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TUESDAY Y MAY 3 Irate IrateI IrateLoriiner
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Loriiner and His Accuser AccuserW1UIam
William Lorlmer may not belong blon In the theUnited Oaelnlted th I
United States Senate His election eJ tIoft x xyear Aear a
year ear ago after a long deadlock was s by b
210 means free from scandal The result resultwas rultw
was w brought brou bt abovt by a a dicker with with the UieDemocrat theDomocrAts 1
theI
Democrat In n which Roger Sullivan Sullivanplayed I
played 1ayM g 8 conspicuous part If there was wasno WS8n wi
no n actual ctuI corruption In n It the denoue denouement AeAouement deaou ¬
ment ent at any rate rat cau cau ed ed a general SOl go eraI look lookIng look1n
Ing 1n askance sUnc and was U not a thing con contemplated COfttemplat8CI ¬
templated with housE pride in any anyQuarter MYquarter Kfl r
quarterBut Quarter QuarterBut
But whether bether Lortmer belongs beo In the theSenue thi
Benate or not not everybody knows where h bls blsseltaccuoct s sselfaccused a
selfaccused accuser the confessed conC 8Hd bribe bribetaker brtbetaker brib bribtaker ¬
taker White belongs Mia place is the thepenitentiary theonUeftUary th thpenitentiary
penitentiary He Is a knocking knockln hard for ad admission admiNion admlslon ¬
mission Either he e Is what he professes professesto proease I
to be be a corrupted legislator or he is iswhat ItWhat Ii I II
what Lorimer brands him to b be the lying 1lnstool
tool of unscrupulous political marplots In Incither Inclth Ii
cither clth r CAM whether bether guilty pUt l of o bribe brtb brtbtaklnc
taking or 0 perjury he b is unfit to be at atlar t
large lar < e He H is eternally ecernall damned by D word wordof wore Otd Otdor I
of mouth mouth < a despicable creature by pro profession profoulon
fession and confession The prison yawns 7n 7nfor a
for him himDirty himDlrtT
Dirty politics is obviously the th basis of orthe o f
the disclosure just made to smirch Lori Lorimer Lorirner
mer No highminded hl hmin ed motives moUv prompt It ItHis ItHI Ii
His HI election might m ht more easily and con convincingiy convlnchaslT
vincingiy have been discredited dl in May Lay
1900 91 no doubt but the incentive thon was waaInckmlt Wa a
lacking 1nck1n it appears Now the criminal ertmlnalauthOlitlM 1
authorities of lUtoois nu IWns s for the States Stat Statsake Stte Sttesake I
sake and as a public duty must probe proboto prob 0
to the bottom the miserable I mess and andpunish andpunish azi 11
punish the wrongdoers wrondoer according aeeocd accordta to their theirdeserts tb tbd8erta tlel a
deserts d8ertaThere
There was a one pal palltaUJag Ma ting feature of ofLoriraers otLorhDer a f
Loriraers election It elevated from tromlIouM roa roaHouo a 1
House to Senate a a selfmade man of ofdemonstrated ofdemoutrated if ifdemonstrat4
demonstrated capacity to serve his con constituents COIaftltue I ¬
stituents ftltue in a a practical way W T He H did didnot didlot dl dlriot d Id
not become a Chicago Chlcao boss by accident accidentor acclde It
or a leader of men by chance It ItgeniUII was wa
genius as s an fllnt organizer r and ad sorpasstog sorpasstogability Rrpttm Rrpttmability g
ability to handle a situation attuatlontho these things thJn thJnand thIns I
and methods ll known only to such thInse as he betht i ithat e
that gave him the toga to he wears ears today to toda a7 r
If the element eJe Mnt of purchase entered into intoitaad IDloUJMI Sal Sallta3w1 0
itaad it probably did directly or led I1tctlyft i
rectly 1tctlyft it was w merely incidental to adroit adroitmallMlv8lh adro It
mallMlv8lh maneuvering < and manipulation of which wbtchhe whic it
he is past master in local politics poUtaSpker politicsSpeaker
Speaker Cannon has
been studying a aset Ilst aset
set of burglar bar lar tools It he h leaves Jeav poli politics pOUtlc pal I ¬
tics tlc of o course co It will be
necessary to tohave tohaV8 1 o
have some other gainful occupation in inview inIe I Iv1ew n on
view Ie says a y the Philadelphia Ledger LedgerThis lAdserThis r
This This It will be observed however howOImerely is ismerely
merely a Pennsylvania view viewWesterns viewWestons
Westons Walk Ended EndedAll EndedAll
All honor is due the
seventytwoyoar seventytwoyoarold r
old pedestrian who has Just completed a a
foot Journey from fipn San Francisco to New N W
York a distant dtatalle dista4e F of 1111 1 2i miles Exclu Exclusive E Excli Clu < Ii ¬
sive M le e of Sundays he ha baa been n on the U th road roadseventyseven ro ro + wI d d1IenntyHYen
seventyseven days cia In rain and shine shin C
in n blixsard or in balmy weather and an did didnot 4IIcInot 4 54
not lose II day da New
York gave gav a royal royalwelcome roalwelcome roy al
welcome to tho veteran and It
was doe di a
him himSensationalism himSenaUonau himSensatlonajlsm
Sensationalism was not his object and andselfadvancement ancIlIelCadnncement si ad
selfadvancement far from his thought tboU thougt ht It
He is an advocate oC a hygienic mode read of
living livi is 1 temperate and nd HIM believes in out outdoor outdoor o it ¬
door exercise Many iny years ago a o he h hhhnselt inaoe x e
himself an anadvocate advocate and apostle Ue of walk waJ aJk k ¬
ing as a an intelligent 1JtU t pastime past1
and health healthgiving hMltbgiving honit h hswing
giving exercise He has preached this ti its
doctrine in season and out oul and
his hiliwAlka long loi s swalks
walks are due to his
desire re to set an anexample anexample i 1
example ot what bat can be accomplished ad
by proper exercise in
a proper manner nnr nnrThlrtYJ
Thirty ThlrtYJ years srs ago ao he walked across a adrosg ru the thecontinent tbeo t he 16
continent o Untftt and
Immediately
many would wool I
be competitors for the honor entered nUtr the thelists tJaelists t he
lists These professional pedestrians pedestrianshavo podeatrhuulhae ijodestria as ashave
have long Ion since passed from view They Theywere Theyere Th sy
were ere not serious noUl and as a result they th y
lost l tt < interest as soon as notoriety had hadworn hadworn h ad adworn 1
worn off and nel they the were
no longer
getting gettingnewspaper getUnKn gaul eg egnwspsper
newspaper n wlpaper space I Not so with Weeton WeetonHe We Weste lon lonHe m
He believed in his h
theory of living and a ii
knew the th only way to advocate it
to ad advantagewas advantagea a ¬
vantagewas by living 1tYin up u to the principle prlnctplLThe prlnci I a
The example thus set has been 8 a worthy wart Oru ty tyone
one > and no doubt has
inspired thou thousands thoufnd th u ustands ¬
sands fnd to take e
exercise which
has hs
proven provenbeneficial provenbneftclal pc eet 1
beneficial to t them themWeston themVellton
Weston is an excellent specimen of ofwellpreserved otweUpre 0 0wellpreserved C
weUpre wellpreserved ervOd old age e Despite his hi three threescore threel5core thr thrscore ¬
score and twelve he Is I
hale hearty and androbust androbut a arobust
robust In his walk walkfrom from February Pebruar 1 1to 1to
to May 2 his weight t was wa reduced retucad from rn em
155 pounds to m 1 which is not the amount amountof amountor amol nit nitof 1
of weight that would be
taken off by an anathlete anathlete
athlete training tra ng for or an event Wostons Wostonsfeat Wosto ostons ostonstat n S Srent
feat is one on of rational cultivation
and andconservation Rndconeervatlon a Lnd LndconaervaUon
conservation of physical powers and andshows andhO8 a LflhI LflhIhowa
shows hO8 the possibilities of of a correct corrftCt corrci mode modeof modeot nec de deof 8
of living Ivin We need not walk Ik from coast coastto eOftatto co coto
to coast to become M disciples of Woatona Woatonatheory Wosto VlMItOnstheory flS flStheory
theory but in our daily dRIf lIfo can put to topractice topracUce 0 0pracUce
pracUce what ha b preaches with advan advantage adantaco advi rn rntago ¬
taco to ourselves oarHJv and as a a boom to pros prosperity prOIperlty pr Os Osperlty ¬
perlty perityThere perltyThere perltyThor
There Thor is I no law to prevent any anjonc anjoncCrom anyfrom one onefrom n °
from looting the United States Treasury Treasurysays TrealUrySA Treas r rsays
says SA the St St Paul Dispatch Dl ptch The active activedesire aoth aothdNlre aol iv ivdesire v
desire to pass p atieh a law always alWIL s abides aM den s
with wit h the Congressional ConsrG Congrosaloqal udona1 minority of o the themoment themenL
moment rflo rflolaw menL And nd minorities nln rlUo cannot CAnnot pass passPoverty
laws law s
Poverty in England EnglandSoahdttm
Socialism S < of poverty Is l decreasing while whllosochdlem
socialism soc socfor tallem of discontent is growing Tho Thotormar
former for mer Is especially true In England E sland and andt andother
the t o other is readyy ra roady d y recognized In condi conditions concltlonl ¬
tions tio ns in America and Germany GormAn Social Socialism Social11m
ism is duo to the propaganda of discon discontent 4U e n ntent ¬
tei tent ten t by b advanced thinkers among tho tholowor
Io lower low loware er classes but la latGl laor or the adherents adhe nt8 nt8arc
are f drawn from other ranks of society societyTear soelotTORr
Tear Y ear by year ear the various progressive progressivegovernments progrosshogovornmonts
K governments gov ° ernments are enlarging their powers powor8and
an and provinces apd attention aUon tlon is now given givento
to matters which a few years ears ago would wouldhavo
nr havo ha ve caused the cry of socialism or orpaternalism orpnternaUsm oraternalism
paternalism p to be raised England has hasroachod
reached roa chod tho stage where a bill before boCoroParllamont
Parliament Ps rliament to prevent destitution is ac accoptoo
co cop copied ted in a matteroffact way Tho Thopoor
P poor poo ° r laws are antiquated and labor mono mensures monoa
ure ures r a are not sufficient to cope with tho thosituation thoIltunUon
situation Sit n uation Hence the departure which whlobpracUcally
practically pra ctically amounts to a evolution evolutionSuch
Such S uch a condition would have been 1m 1mpossible
po possible pos sible fifty 8ft years ago At A t that time
tn there tho re wore sixtytwo paupers per 1000 1000population 1000population
population po poty pulation while now there are but twon twentysix twont ¬
ty tysix t six Sixty Sixt years o rs ago thoro wore in InEngland
England En gland twelve ablebodied paupers nnd nndno andw
n now no < w thore are but two per thousand thousandChild thouliRndChi
Child Chi Ch Chty Ik pauperism has decreased from twen twentysix
ty l tyslx six per thousand to seven This Tht shows show showromArkabl
ro ropa remarkable progress progr and with the pro proP910d
posed pa pabo ed laws In effect this proportion will willbo wUlbo
bo c still t1li further reduced reducedSuch roducooSuch
Such S uch governmental GOrnmantallntelCerOllCe Interference with per personal persoul
soul sou st rights a fII the forceful employment emplomontor
or the finding ntUng of work tor those tbo e who ap apply apply
ply is a long step forward It wlllbe will 11I bo boan
n an incentive looontl for oldage pension and an for forothsr torother forsr
other oth sr provisions X01 lon to caro for the decrepit decrepitWhether decrepitI
I
Whether W hether this be socialism or utilitarian uUlltarlanMm
ism matters not It the law proves prOy sue sueeeesf 8JCul
eeesf ce asful ul it will be copied by other nations nationsand nationsand
and an d the credit will 111 be Engineers Social SocialwUI Socials
1st s will have ha Y8 no quarrel with the t e Origin Originof orlslnor I Imeasure
of a measure which is along the lines lInoethey I
they th ey have been advocating adOCAttn It Is probabl probabltM P
the th j e groatoet progress ever made toward towardstate towardtate towar I
state s tate socialism sodallamThe socialismThe
The Coming of the Comet CometNotwithstanding CometNottthetaDdfa
Notwithstanding NottthetaDdfa the fact that it has basbeen ha a ata
been be ta advertised even more extensively extensivelythan 6delWlQllthan ectensIvol ectensIvolan
1 than th an the average circus and we doubt doubtnot doubt1IOt t tt
not 1IOt no t with much greater 81t regard for the thetruth thetruth th I
tr truth uth we e fear Halleys HaJJs comet is not notdralng no t
di drawing awing the popular audiences that It Itshould Itshoukl I t
should shouldInasmuch shouklInumach Sh Ould
Inasmuch I a as this big celestial 60w 60wplays shovays < how howplays r
P1 plays ays this circuit so seldom it would wouldseem oolc1 oolc1seem S Sem
seem se em that it might attract something somethin
I m more ore than small 11 but appreciative approclatlvacrowu apprcclativowds
cr crowds owds And It would OUld m In all probability
I if It observed rv more engaging hours If Iffor Htor 11t
for to t instance it contrived to shoot athwart athwartthe ath1loattthe
tl the th > e horizon along one about 9 oclock in the theevening OMevening tb S
91 evening ev ening its business would be b immense immenseIndeed Immea ImmeaIndMd Immenadeed I
Ij Indeed In deed an appearance so late as midnight midnightmight mldnlchtmlpt t tibt
n might m ibt prove enticing enough for the thet tb C
S3 great t run of humanity But when hen it con conAnN
fines ftn ei Itself to the early 1 hours hour just before beforedawn beCoredan e ewn
dawn da wn it gets out of O the reach of the com common oemmon L ¬
mon w on bend and lays Itself 1t8e1 liable to in inspecUofl In8pecUota I LI
specUofl sp ecUoii therefore all but exclusively by bythe l S
u the th e somewhat limited circle or the high hlpbra I
brows bra
braAnd
And yet ye there dwells within the mental mentalequipment meets Li
equipment eq uipment of approximately every man mana DIUdtre ma a adesire
a desire to see the comet eomet surely The Themere Tbemere Tb 0
n mere m ere fact that It comes only onl once in Infetimeand 0a a atetbn
lifetime li tetbn fetimeand < and Dd a a good Song lifetime at atI a it itatrenders
I ll that thatreDden th renders it interesting IatUn In a a degree degreeto d 1e cc ccoven
I u to oven the casually tay curious we 8 should shouldsay aboul 4 4Yeftrs
say Years from now it will III be worth worthwhile WOILnI wort worthIle
I while w hIle to be able to remark I have seen seenHalleys HenHaUs see a aalleys
J Halleys alleys comet COlll Not that there ther will willbe al n nbe 11e
b be e any money In it of coarse or or any auygreat an
s great gb reat glory for that matter mayhap mayhapbut mayhapbut mayha mayhaut
b but ut that it will in be some satisfaction DtlataeUonknow to toknow I
know k now that you have seen something methtng that thatmillions thatmtWoM the it itpeople
millions of people then alive Uve may 1 never eave Cr Cre r rHe
see se e at all allThe AllTbe au auThe
The comet has played its part In mil making k kIng C ¬
ing la g history It has not done that with wil wilalice 101 101maHce I
malice m alice aforethought to be sure It Itsimply Itsfmpt7 it
simply mpy has traveMd its prescribed way wayyear Wa aT aTyear I Iear
year > ear after year for nobody knows how howmany ho hoJMay w wan
many m an centuries and man has attributed attributedmany attributedmaa7 Id Idny
many maa7 m ny things thlD to Its potency and Influence InfluenceIt 0
It has b been en held responsible for ware wanamln r 5
famines f amln flood pestilence and insanity insanityIf Inannit 7 7anything
If anything good ever was a attributed attrlbut l to It Itby Itby ItIs I
by b y the ancients thu record r d thereof has hasmanaged humanaed hi hianaged Is
managed m to get hopelessly lost m In the theabuftSe U e
shunle s hum of the tb ages a apparently It we wetoday t ttoda
today toda to day were as a our ancestors n tOrJl four or five fivecenturies tincenturl 11 e eenturIes
centuries centurl c removed r6J O1d scum to have been xve xveshould Weshould re rel e
should Sh ould charge cbar e the suffragettes up to the thecomet thecomet ti tiomet l
comet c of course courseStill eoarMSUlI
Still despite the th comets comet recognized rocornizodreputAUon sd d
reputation r and extremely venerable venerablestatus venMbletu venorab Ie a
status s tu a lot of people will 111 miss seeing HelngIt seeli sg sgas 5
It as long as it insists on exhibiting exhibitingItself oxblblUnGttMIt oxhibitli ag age1i
Itself h e1i only in tho wee SOUL am hours of ofthe oCthe ofhe t
the t he morning morningOrigin morn morningOrigin
Origin of Kissing KissingHelen KissingHelen
Helen Morton iorton Livingston In the Sunday Sundayedition Sundayedition Sundi 7 f
edition of The Th
Washington Herald has an anarUcle an anrticle n
article a on kiscing In which various arlous views viewsare vloi lowl lowlare g
are a re given An analysis or the subject subjectshows subjectshows subjs ect ecthows t
shows s hows an interesting difference of opin opinIon opi n t
ion I on and nd the the expressions of several severalessos act actes actreaf18 nt t L ¬
reaf18 r es Is not the least engaging part of ofthe otthe t
the t he story storyNumerous storyNumerous tory toryNuaneroua
Numerous savants have sought to arrive arriveat Rrrlvoat arri V VIi
at a t th the origin ort of the kiss The generally genorallyaccepted general Ii
accepted a belief Is I that It was a form of oCalntUon 0 yr
salutation to distinguish dtln utm between friend friendand friendand trio ad
and foe The touching tou hlngor of the lips among amongsavages AmongtRyagM ama ag B
savages s gave ave an opportunity to scrutinize scrutinizethe acrutini rutlnlze rutlnlzethe Izo Izothe Q
the stranger and the sense of smell aided aidedIn aidedIn aid ed edn d
In I n the Identification Since then kissing kissingchanged kissi ng ig
changed c from a salutation of suspicion suspicionto suapici uplclonu on n
to one of affection affectionMedical affectionMedical
Medical mon gravely warn against kiN kiNIn ki king as
Ing In I ng 1 But medical mon are 10 alarmists ac according acCordlng x Lc ¬
cording c to the popular view vie and the more morethey morethey mc ire 0
they rail tho more tho average man or orwoman orwoman ir
woman smiles at the violation of the rules rulesof ruleoOf ru lea 25
of hygiene True Truo the baby does not like liketo liketo II ice iceiO e
to t iO bo kissed and the feelings of tho infant infantshould InCantahould infr tnt nt
should be respected rcspoct d but tho young you oung oungwomn ag agwoman g
woman who te capable of exercising her herjudgment herjudgment S or
judgment j often takes a different view viewMembers vI Iow IowlemborJ as asMembers
Members of the same family are usually USULlI USULlIImmune usun liy liyimmune I
immune to the germs of the other mem members members me m mhors n ¬
bers of the family and the danger of ordisease ofdisease
disease spread is therefore practically practicaly nil nilLet nilLet i ill UlLet
Let the origin of the habit bo as far farback farbaok tarbaok ar
baok in history hll5tor as it will it has become becomerather bocomortlthor boco me 10
rather fixed as a custom and advocates advocatesof ahocntoooC advoca 4 00 00revolution
of a revolution will 111 havo their pleas fall fallon tallm I all allon
on < m deaf ears Tho same theory applies appliesas appl ion ionas es
as In n that slang expression A
camel camelcan camolcan car nol nolcan
can go seven days without a drink but butwho 1 Dutwho t
who watats 3111ts U to t > be a a camel came cameA camelA
A A Rhode Island girl says savs the world Worldw1ll we rId rIdwill 1
will end on Jane 2L notes notes the Los An th L
go geles gal es Express It is I hard to believe thla thlai thww11l
i w1 will wilthe l bo allowed tb come XflO to pass right in intho Intho Inmidst
tin tho midst of the June bride season seasonAn saasonAn seasonn
An A n Arkansas diamond in tho rough has hasbeen basbeon hasn
b been bea n attracting B groat oat deal of attention attentionin attontlonNow
in Now York of late It is perhaps1 un unnecessary unnecOSfJary uneseary ¬
no necessary nec necJe eseary to add that it it is not tho Hon HonJeff lionJ Honff
J Jeff Je ore ff Davis DavisSenator DB Davisenator vis visSonator
Senator S enator Clapp insists that ho cannot cannotbe cannotbe cannotroad
be road out of the Republican party P by byanybody byanbod bybody
anybody anbod any body In fact this game of Clapp In Inand Inand ind
an and d Clapp out docs not appeal to the theSenator theSenator theator
g0 Senator Sen ator at all allA allA
A number of learned doctors have haosolomnly
so solemnly sol emnly decreed that after all there thereIs thereIS thereno
J8 Is no n 0 bacteriological harm in jkissing jkissingThought dosIng dosIngought h ll nS nSThought
Thought Th ought these medical highbrow hlghbrow4 1 would wouldcome wouldcome
co come me to their senses after a while whll whllSonator
Senator S r enator Bacon IB 1 talked of as loader loaderof loaderor loadertho
of tho Senate Democrats The Senator Senatorprobably Senatorprobably Senatorbably
pr probably pro prowh bably would not load them anywhere anyxvherewhence an Vhar
wl whence wh ence they might not easily n bo led 100right 1
I rl right rig ht back If necessary nocOHlryThore necessaryhere
f There T here will be no more polar dashes dashesright I Iright
rj right rig ht away because th the men who In iniably
variably var iably put up the polar dash fund are areputting areputting aretting
putting pu tting it up nowadays for Or something somethingelse somethinge I IeJlo
el else els e more to their liking likingAU v vAll
I
All A ll the members mombe of Secretary S retar Ballln Balllngera BalUngors Baum
S get gera s Ananias nanln Club are large and robust ro robustcimens uet I
sp specimens spe cimens it seems seemsMark see seeIark seemsark
i
Mark M ark Twain died worth a million or so soit oois
it to said Id It ls Just as well to bear In Inmind Inmind I Ind
In mind mi nd moreover that Mark never made madeany mad I Iy
an any y > of his money by b whining whiningAn whiningAn whmnIngn II IIan
An A n Alabama AJa man ninetyseven years yearsof yoorsor yoetr I Iage
of ° age nays he has eaten hot biscuits biscuitsregularly bilcuttaregularl I Iularly
re regularly regularl reg ularly all his life and Dd never yet et has baaxperlel1cod I
experienced ex X perlepcod the slightest U htC8t inconvenience inconveniencefrom IncoavOllleaeefrom I Im
from fro m them Death surely has no terrors terrorsfor torrorstor I Ithat
fo for that man manThere manThore
There Is nothing more bright and andpromising andpromletng an anomising I
pi promising omising than the Democratic outlook outlooknotes outlooknotel outlooktes
notes mo tes the Buffalo Times Nevertheless Neverthelessth Neverth
th 0 0 Democrats would oldd appreciate a a look lookin lookIn
in > n we suspect suspectA su supoctA peet peetA
A man of the th name of Booze has been beenconvicted beenconvicted
M convicted co nvicted of a a felony In New Ne Jersey JerseyBooze JerseyBooze
Q Booze ooi is indicted indlcl d from one end of the thecountry thecountry tb S Suntry
country co untry to the th ether every tner day dayA d7Xeyorthea dayNevertheless
Xeyorthea Nevertheless we are fIrm la the faith I 1
i
that th at ItnL straw hats will 111 be reaaonabb I Imerous
numerous nu merous around and about be strt strtby N 1 I
b by July 4 anyway anywayA
A Chicago man has discovered that by bysetting bytetUat b S StUfl r
setting 1O tUfl his phonograph pbono ph to playing Wa Wanerian Wanerlan Wag Wagnln
H nerian ne nln music he can stop top the cat yowl yowlIng yowlg
Ing la g in the neighborhood hborhoocl at night His Hisneighbors IillMtgbbors Hi a i
neighbors ne ighbors however however may much prefer preferthe Xer Xerlbe prefee r f
the th e cat yowlln yowllnDont yowling yowlingDont
Dont poke fun at a a baseball eb1I crank crankadvises craakactvleel
K advises ad adus vises the Greensboro Record Rather Ratherufletess natlterWIle lhatheeless r r
v ufletess WIle us eless suggestion tIon inasmuch as practi practically practically 1 1fly ¬
c cally ca fly everybody ctr7Md is I a baseball crank crankEven enuakEYeD
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Indistinguishable Inct In 18haWe part of the general generalbackground genera generackground LI 1 1back
background back ba ckground ound effect effectNo ettectNo eltecLNo
No man tot this tJa country ever wilt have havethe hay ViI ViIthe C Ce
t the th e temerity temerity to assert that U t Col Theodore TheodoreRoosevelt TheocIoreROOMVlt C
I Roosevelt R is I In any u sense a Vocal ocalUnquttonabl7 issue issueUnquestionably
Unquestionably Mr Weston is a a great greatwalker gres reat reatwalker Lt Ltalker
walker w alker This country Is fuU of men menhowever menboeyoc a
however ho wevor who might walk tk from Califor California CaUtornta N ¬
nia ni ft to New York without serious phys physical phy phyeal i ¬
c cal ea eati l inconvenience if they had either tne tnetime UMtlDHt th cc 1
t time ti me or the Inclination But they the have haveneither ba hOe Y8 Y8Mltber PG 9
x neither n either and really why wb should they theyMr 0My1 0My1r
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t ting ti ng better and Miss Iias Ida Id Tarbell says saysco ia r pa 1
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is i s not small smallwho who to all intents and pur purposes purpoeo pe peregard ¬
poses regard their mothers as conven convenience convenlone8 COflV n aonces ¬
ience l onces if I not actually servants whose whosechief whe boIe boIechler 150 150hief ie
chief c hief function it is to wait upon them themto themto the rn rno n >
to t o see that they have a cup of coffee and anda a id
a roll before they get out of bed of morn mornIngs moe nogs n
ings l ogs that their lingerie lIng rlo is s all In proper propercondition proi er
condition that their buttons are all ansewod 111
sowed on and nd their laces in the right rl ni ht htpla htIa4eS n
places pla p Ia4eS e that their shoe are polished and andtbelr a M
their t heir hats and ribbons fresh Girls of ofthis otthls ° ofhis
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this t his class cia think little are care less about aboutthe abouttho aix ut uthe
the t he tired hands and aching heads head of their theirmothers tholrmothers th air
mothers It worries them not the least leastin loastIn lo
in i n the world worl If the china Is soiled and lohSt the tbefurnlturo I Iurnituro hSt hStn
furniture f and mantels dusty dust dustymother mother moth r can canJook c cook m
look l out for that In their selfishness selftshnessthoy sehlshn can canhey
they t hey look only for personal ease and andbecomo a nd ndbecome ld
become fretful and peevish if required to tolend toend
lend l a hand at tho housekeeping housekeepingThat housekeepingThat
That fretfulnoss tretfulno and peevishness grows gro Iws Iwsand ws s snnd
and becomes a fixed habit habit and is carried carriedinto curledInto earn led lednto 0j
into I nto the girls own home when she mar marrles marries m ar arrice ir
rice with th the result not infrequently that thather ti flat flather at
her husband jams his hat on his head headslams he ad adslams id
slams tho door doorand and goes down town to totake totako
tako a drink and get his dinner at a 0rostaurant arestaurant
restaurant while his wife cries and feels feelsthat ide idethat ils
that she is a much abused creature The Thegirl j rho rhogirl he
girl who is kind and considerate of her hermother hermother hermother ior
mother Is invariably of a a sunny sympa sympathetic SYInDatbotlc sy pa pathotic ia ¬
thetic disposition loyal affectionate and andhealthyminded andhealthyminded z tndhealthYminded nd ndJr
healthyminded She Is a good daughter daughterand daughi Len Lenand Jr
and will mako a good wife VitoPopular wifoPopular
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Well the last one I wrote was read readat r cad cadat ad
at over fifty editors
A LITTLE NONSENSE NONSENSEOFTEN
OFTEN OFTE UNINTELLIGIBLE UNINTELLIGIBLEIt U I TEJIIG nLE nLEIt
It was a a Boston baby babyThat babyThat
That came along one day dayTo dayTo
To grow amid tho culture of ofThe orTbo
The Th famous old Back Bay BayThay aa aaThBr
They named the infant Browning BrownlrifcFor BrownlnSFOr
For ho was simply grand grandAnd gr nt ntAnd
And then he said Mfdso kLhI so many miny things thingsThey tl1tngsThey
They couldnt understand understandHer uritIorstandHcr
Her Feminine Foil FoilEver Fotlll FotlllEver
Ever notice hoW a girl whoso folks folksown tolksoWn
own ° w n a a summer cottage hag ha other girls glrtavisit glr I Ii5ft
visit isi v vThats
t her herThats
Thats natural enough enoughBut onougbBut
But ng n the girl grows older did you youover youoer
ov over ova l notice how howhor her line of visitors Itors grows growsuglier growsusller
uglier ugl ier year oar by year yearA oar1 oar1A
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My Brooklyn aunt has put me town Vlownin j1OWfl
in n her will viI1 foi to 30OMi it pays pe S to hVimor hVimorold htmorold humor humorfolka
ol old folks folksWhat olbWhat
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I went ynt ent Into halfmourning the time
he her pet rubber plant died diedA dl diedA 1d 1dA <
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I suppose suppo it takes a vivid imagination imaginationto msginatSonwrite
to write writeY rlt02 rlt02Y41a
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Thats That why whyTko 117 117no
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and an d mother trim him
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Dont jump oft the bridge Ywrtl Ynn11 Ynn11Y9Ur sell eel 1 1ur
yww yo ur play yet yetThis yetTIlt yet
This Thi is not suicide IUickIe ia1e1d but a a bid for fame tM
They Th ey say 1 my play Is goad onewg enough to toproduce toPlochae te
produce pr prau oduce were wer it not by an ail unknown unknownauthor uakwlutJtor a
author au thor
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houeer ho use useTaking r rra
ra Taking too active ac vI a part it Jatbe iuth in the family familyaffairs r rau famit p
affairs au aff airs foe a new meexfcer meexfcerOften W WOrten
Often the Cnnc CneHe CnscHe
He doesnt seem to be awed by l the thecomet tJIeCOI8et th cc t
comet cometHes COI8etHe
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he can ea see tfor or nothing nothlnCOST
COST OF OPAIB AIR TRAVEL TRAVELlO
120 Fnre to ICnropo lir I Flr FJrteJriu FJrteJriuAir F1rstc1 tcln LI LIAir i iuiu
Air Liner Would uultl
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> uiu i c Dividends Dhllcnbtile iJHHH iJHHHfnm
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The expense exp 8e of air shipping 8ht steadily steadU teadU y yecreases
decreases deer d ecreases with experience In
operating operatinga operaUutraJUKCltAIc g gtransonlc
a transoceanic service one week would wouldundoubtedly woulduDCIoubtedly wou Id
undoubtedly u be allotted Iolt to each of forty fortyeight tort tortIIpt r
eight es it annual uat voyages v The crossta crosstawould CtOMtDwould ig
would w ould take two to three lays Engines Ea81neeand
and a nd ships hlps would OuId be overhauled after aftereh atte N
each ea ch trip tripAir tripAir
Air ships of 20 0 cubic meters lINt lINtplacement dte dteplacement d I
placement p would need D to be renlled twice twicea tWINa twk e
a a month A new process proc for nrodnHns I
hydrogen h makes the mflatma ineaung of o ships shipsthe shI Ips Ipsthe i
the t tc he size of the Zeppelin IV cost etcoaaped jim as ascompared i 11 11omired
td compared c with J80W l11 a a year as WO > Oas Oasdrawn autkLB Ge a
drawn d ILWa from rom the chambers and burned burnedm burne Ml Mlthe j
m the motors to compensate com te for weight weightlost wel < ht 1 I
lost lo low st by the consumption of gasoline gasolinewould gasoib I I Iwould
would w ould coat SM5 M6 leaving lea vlag UK 11 for the the1Ia6 U th
gasoline g aoolhs 1Ia6 consumed Docking Dockta overhaul overhaulins overbu1s oventtai l lag
Sn s S ins ag and repairing between Detw trips trl would wouldnot wouJdnot wou Id d
not n ot exceed ceecI J2W An airship costs 1 144 144IM i4 4 4tt I
IM it will last four years Mn if regularly regularlyoverhauled rularlyoerbaulecl reaniar iy y
overhauled o a credit of 5 IN L W each ea for each eachtrip eachtrip ea rh rhrip R
trip t rip would wald represent material that could couldbe couldDe con 14 d
be b e taken tak from an n obsolete obeolet ship to re refurnish re reCUr r e euraiIeh
furnish CUr t a a new one oneA ODeA
A captain now receives receIY 1 S36C a year yeartwo yes a aWO r >
two t WO helmsmen each 1 4M and three en englneers e5i e 5
glneers 5i g e 1aee each Jl 1 + 4 This personnel would wouldneed wouklneed won 14 14eed
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need n eed to earn ISM 210 each trip but by trans transfarrina iran tranferrlq I i
t farrina the crew er from wsjoins < to outgo outgotog out outalai outg 0 0Ig
tog b Ig ships alai lO 300 would be a conservative conservativeestimate eouervatlveestimate coaservati ye yestimate
estimate e for wages wa e Roughly the o x xpenee xIMnM xeach
penee of each trip would be about aboatU 1 1It 1201 1201If L
If twenty passengers pa en were eC carried at atU9 atI atl t
U9 I l > each the tb fare on a ftrstclass steam steamship ateamhlp a
ship s hip the returns tur 8 would enable the air airliner a dr driner r
liner l to pay a handsome dividend and an41aT ac etd 3
lay Y aside a fund for better bett wages to tomore tomore tott
more expert offlcere o n The Tb captain must mustta mvattecl mu tt
muC
ta assisted tecl by a naviaatlnc officer both bothdrawing bothra1rial ho horawing C
drawing d tt000 000 ca to 10000 10000 a year according accordingto accordln
to t o the training uunln and service demanded of ofthem oftlMm ofhorn
them t horn which bleb Includes export skill tiIl in as astronomlcal utronomIeal asronomical
t tronomlcal and meteoroloeicil meteo lcll calcula calculatiotM weu1atSoni calculalons
tiotM t and wireless telegraphy teJ telegraphySNAP pby pbySNAP
SNAP SHOTS SHOTSLife SHOTSLIf
Life LIf is about bout the he best teat of ones oeexstaying OMSln1 onestaying
staying s ln1 qualities qualitiesAs quantlea1 quantlea1As qualitiesAs
As a general thing a man with Ith the Ulerong thewrong
wrong rong kind of religion relt ton criticises the other othorkinds otherInds
kinds kindsAlthough kindsAJtbouh k Inds
Although AJtbouh a girls face may ma be her for fortune tolun
tune lun t une she cant raise aayN IUIYmolMy money by turn turning turnIng turnag ¬
ing l ag up her nose noseIt nMeIt
It Is very rare that t t a challenge chaUen6 Is Ishurled ishurled
hurled h urled into the teeth of a a person who whokeeps whokeepjl whoeeps
keeps k eeps his mouth shut shutA shutA
A girl is a person who can be happy happywith bapP bapPwith haIpywith
with a bad case die of indignation If she o has baaa hasgood
a good GOd case of C spring prJn hat hatAnoth8r hatAnother
Another difference between twoon an under underrlt underwriter
writer rlt r and aIM an undertaker i Is that the tbeformer theormer
former f ormer insures against fire firoSomeUmeas SIreSometimes
Sometimes the boy who Is afraid to go goto goo
to t o bed In the dark has a father who whodoeant whooeant
doesnt d oeant come home me until daylight daylightThere daylightThere
There aro some who get rich because beeaUtethoy becausehey
they t cant help it and others who ho re remain re remain nomain
main poor for precisely the same reason reasonAfter r reasontter uon uonAfter
After tter a woman wo n has met her social ob obllgations oblI oblgatlons
llgations lI l < atlons at home her husband uaband begins to toentertain toentertain toentertain
entertain the bill collectors at his office omceOne otilceOne
One of the hardest things thln s in this world worldfor workfor orl1 orl1tor
for a woman oman to understand is why 8 a man manbatos manhates
hates to carry an umbrella with a a tassel taa tasselon 81 81on
on 1L 1LIn ItIn It ItIn
In a fen thousand years ears more the peo people pecplo
pie of this world may tolerate tho whole wholetruth wholeand
truth and nothing but the truth if they theykoop theykeep
keep on improving ImprovingIt
It takes a good deal of nerve for a noung ayoung
young oung man to ask his sweethearts father latherfor fatherfor
for her but it takes more for the old oldman oldman
man to give her to him himA humA
A woman is a person who will carry carryn
a purse two feet long woar a hat a yard yardwide ard ardwld
wide wld t and trot a mile in search s rch of a npl apiece
piece pl e of lace tho length of her finger fingerPay lIngerPays
Pays Pay in the < he LOUR Run RunFrom RunFrom RunFrom
From UM Loafadlle CourierJournal CourierJournalNumerous CGIric CourkrdoumaLNumerous UI1HIL UI1HILNumtrous
Numerous actresses actress are now making makingspeeches makingspeeches makingspeeches
speeches on woman suffrage This re requires reQuiros noquiros ¬
Quiros more mental application than los losing losng losleg ¬
leg ng a hatful of diamonds in a hotel or orsle orsleiping
sleeping sle plng car but It also results in wider wideradvertisement wldaradvertisement wideradvertisement
advertisement
If IfPEOPLE
PEOPLE P EPLEANDTH1NG AND THINGS THINGSThe
The Tle e Illffhcftt I1lglu t Dam DamCalculations DamC Danialculations
Calculations C lcl1laUons of the reclamation engi englnOtra
noers noo ns have it that the barrier now under underconstruction undercoa understruetlon
construction coa cou struetlon in Wyoming in lr i connection connectionwth
wltti wft wfthig jt the Shoshone project will be the
highest hig hest ever in the way of American AmGllcnndama
dam dama s The Th Shoshone gorge where the thework
work wor k Is being erected is very narrow in inproportion
proportion pro portion to its depth Its walls being elng elngep0QJa1ly
eepeejany esp espthe eulafly favorable for water ater storage as LathO
they the y are composed of hard granite The
dam will rise no lee IGN than 310 feet above abooIw
Its foundation and so narrow mrro to t8 the can canyon
yon that the th masonry muoor will measure but b t
179 feet along its crest Here as in the theca
caso caa of the Roosevelt nOOevelt dam It has ha been beonOO8MtU
necooaary noc OO8MtU eosszy to cut a a road many man miles in InJensth ingth
length len gth out ut of solid rock in order to gain gainacc18
acc18 accetfe ce cea eente te the site The he dam will provide provideI
a reservoir wltk a storage capacity of
466600 466 466dar 000 acrefeet Thirty miles below tho thodam
dam dar n the Ut stream tr m Is I to be turned into a atunnel
tunnel tun nel three and a a quarter miles ml in II length lengththrough
through thr threlec ough which hleb the water will be con conacted
ducted elec acted ted to the district Utr1 t to be irrigated irrigatedSpnrroiv
i iSIJnrro
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Spnrroiv SIJnrro Sp arros GraIL CraiwSparrow GraILSlNlf
Sparrow SlNlf S parrow grass or a asparagus P8ra UI as a some mo moUJ
wllj wil wilpro UJ l baT have It is lit greW gr tbt it plenty ptenty at the the1W6SitQt
present pro soult time Meet ivakiome wuone 0 news new as asoer10ne
nearly nas aly everyone is very rY fond of aspara upara1t4J
gsts and 1t4J a as It Js within the reach of ofevery oCMer ofry
every eve ry pocketbo ockethogc c According to the an anlentt
clents de dena lentt nts asparagus aspara kj I a deobetruent doob trunt a aNlDtdr
remedy na medy against a lnt toothache tootha e an antiseptic ntpUcnd
and an nd d Is excellent as a pickle in affections alfedloneof
of tlfe tW spleen Robert Southey insisted InstatedtlIai
that tha t sparsgrs s was the proper spell pe1LI
hug I but we dont all agree with him on onthis
this d dsi dsico
point Walkers dictionary of DPI 1meoataod
conutood co ntaig d this
note Sparrow grass is so 80pneral
general ge neral that asparagus upa has t ha an air of ofstiffness ota04 ofrneon
stiffness iti rneon and pedantry And yet we
dont to do nt t alt agree e with this eminent emt ent author uthor uthorIt
Ity It Ai any rate whatever the proper properand
spelling 1 and pronunciation of o this favorite fAVOritetable
garde ga rden vegetable table It seems rather certain certainthat ertaJnthat
that th thof at it was w originally found ieun In the wilds wildsof ridsot I
of Natal atl Persia Pere and Siberia some two twot I Isusld
thousand t th susld years ago and iwl that touring iuning urlBg this thJaIons I
long lo ng period up to the UI t present day it has hasbeen baatHMn I
been be en cultivated into a most t presentable presentableand JVeMfttablaft
and aft d delicate dish with IUt only one draw drawback dra w wtek
back he If you have ba ve eaten any uy you know knowwhat knowwbat kneehat
what w hat we e mean meanWilliam mtallIlnm
William llIlnm Icnna lcnll VVlc VVlcWtUhun rJ rJWilliam
William Peon P has been variously de depicted ¬
picted ted as s to his h
headgear and it is a amatter a L
matter m atter of some interest
to learn from fromthe I i
the th e loiter of a friend written in 177 1mcentJ rr rrcently rc rcally
cently centJ re ally reprinted Int in a magaatoe just what whO t i
Penn P eas 61 Hd wear upon his head It appears I Iw i
from t fe w his own statement here h e quoted that tha I Iho t
he ad 4 ware war a little MtU civil IU border be becans be beca beuse
cans ca use his hlehatr hair was Come of o his head headand headad headnd
and e nd tne ta writer continues since nct I have ha haMea hay S Sspeak
seen A speak poakwttb with WUttant WU1Ia Penn his hisborder htaII hi I Iorder
border b order II so thin plain A short yt t one onecannot onecaaaot on C Cgnot
cannot ca calt gnot wU know It from his own hair hairIt1 hairIt
It1 It 1 further explained regarding nc this thtavert thi S Sabort
very short civil thing that be be ware waresthem warethem a aem
them th em to keep his bead a ears warm ft tMt 4 4tar k
not tar pride which to manifest in that thatperrtwip the I Is t
his hi s perriwigs Cost him many y Pounds Poundsapiece S Spiece B
apiece apae a piece formerly when of ye world A Anow ADOW 4 I Iow k
now n ow his Border but a a five tw shillings shillingsNow ahDtmgow shlllthgow
Na Now N ow that this thing is settled for good goodand goodand goo 4 4nd 1
and a nd all let us take up something thlng moreprofttaba mar more moreprofitable C Cpnrrous
profitable profitableSpnrrntrn profttabaSpnrrow
Spnrrntrn S pnrrous an 8Rl00 fl Pond PondQuoting P001Quoting < 1 1Quot
Quoting Quot the Biblical question Are Arenot tlrenot Ax a asparrows
not two sparrows aparrowl8Old sold for a a farthing a aLondon aLoDCloa andon
London Lo ndon paper suggests unta that the ubiqui ubiquitous ublqultoOl ubiqulns ¬
toOl to ns and superabundant English ngiish J1ah spar sparrow aparrow spasow ¬
row r ow might be utilised as a a means me mean of food foodfor foodfor too d doi
for f oi the people It Is possible says Y the theNew theNew th 6 6ew
New N ew York Mall that the sparrow would wouldgo woul d do
go g o weD on toast out If sold as a a reed bird birdbut birdbut I Iut
but b ut in this part of the world his I4JuUlywould Idoatit identity identitywould 7 7ould
would w ould have to be concealed W m ba order to tomake tomake 0 0ake
make m ake aim at all available as a table tabledelicacy tableeUcac tab I Ielicacy
delicacy d eUcac eUcacHere elicacy elicacyHere p pHere
Here seems Indeed to be one case casewherein cuewherein cas ie ieherein
wherein w herein prices have fallen rather than thaanea the a
risen 4 Ia the old days two sparrows aparro aparrom sparrouay 72
may m m ay have sold for a a farthing 1arthln which is isat IIat IsIs
at a t the rate of four for a cent but it itextremely Itxtremely is isextremely
extremely extremely e unlikely unUMI that any one could c coal ld ldget Idcent
get 1 cent for 1tO 0 tbiin In any New NewT No w wregetet
York T ork market dtet Their occasional substi substitutton wbaUt sust 1
utIon t for r emails rice birds and other otherdelcate othc r
delicate d little creatures may m afford affordmarket ttoni a ataJa i
certain taJa market for them but the tb traf trafftc ua r rc
ftc ti c is attended with risk and money moneyis mane JIaOQeII y yottener
is oftener er paid to got et rid of them th than thanto thuto lbs La Lao
to t o acquire them themThe themm
The m people will 111 have t 18 be still stillhungrier sUUhuo8IW ati Ill Illungrier U
hungrier h than they are now before these theselarge eHIarp the a amassos ie
large masses of floating < food supplies auppllelare ppM as asre
are a re utilised even at the rats Of e two twosparrows t1OIPMro ta ro ropa
sparrows pa for a a farthinir farthinirSo flcthtB flcthtBSo trthtaigSo
So Mhats hn t the Use UseFKM Usef r rFJoe
FKM y 5 the Kmaitni amta Ptf POol PtoItCWoulcmt POolWouidnL
Wouldnt you like to get eneof one 0 these thesenew tJMMn thee p pew
new n ew egg beaten beatenIt
It would hardly 17 be worth ww a while w Uo It i Jc Jcbani Ise
s e hard to these cold A storage times to t tlel tot
lel t MW eggL
A KINDS POCKET MONEY MONEYSome MONEYSOl11e MONEYme
Some So me of LonlwXVIa Louf Louis XVI XVIa Konntie Do BountiesWhen BountiesWhenlie ntlellVhen ntlellVhenHe When WhenHe
He Went Vent Marketing MarketingFratt lnrkc lnl lnlFJ8M
F Fratt Fre en the W Wtsaiiutor tflriat r Gizette e erRft
Tho whole world has smiled or sighed a6ghtMIoer
0 over ov er that extraordinary diary in whleh hleh hlehLouis
L Louis Lo uis XVI entered enterl day after ter day what whatscarped whatemed
S seemed se emed to him best worth recording and 000remomborlnS
r remembering re After a days good sport sportin aportIn sportthe
jr in tho Ver Versailles llloti woods he set down the thenumber th4number
n number nu mber of birds bird or beasts bGU he had kiU ktUed ktUedO d dOh
O Oh n days when he abstained from hunting huntingthore
tl there th ere ie only a a laconic and significant slgnt sIgnilictIntothing e8nt e8ntnothing
nothing n and In October 17 1731 lTh when the theParts theParia
p Parts aris mob raged round the Palace of orVormea
Versailles V y his majesty maJ llty chronicles the fact tactthat
tl that th at he has tue twentyone pieces ptee and alldadd
a add ad d serenely interrupted by events eventaThat
That diary though it will be long be before betore bere
f fore fo re it ceases to Interest Inter llt does no longer longerexalte longerexalte
c exalte ex alte curiosity Meanwhile another and anda Ada
a a more intimate private journal kept by b7Leu
i Leuln Leu L ouis XVI ha na come to light and has hasjust baajt
j just Ju st made Its appearance ia a luxurious JlIxunoavolwne
v volume olume It is edited by b the Comte Comt de deBeauchamp dc
3 Beaucha Beauchamp B np after ftee the Kl Kings gs autograph a apb apbmaRutlCrtpt
m maauscrlnt preserved t at the National NAUonaJArchive
mA Archives A rchives and contains the accounts of orUte
the th e Kings KI s private Mnte expenses expe expens from m 1772 1mto
t to 1784 and of o the pensions and gratl graUfteatlo
fl fleations fteatlo he gave Po ve from 17H to 172 171Z all allot
o of f which he h entered in a neatly kept keptledser
l ledger le < dger with his own hands haBIn
In order to fnlbr appreciate the algal 811 811ftca
fl flcance ftca SI caisee C8 of these thneentriel entries it must be re re reJMOtbered
n membered n that at Varsallles alone Jane JaneperIIOftl some SO
s 009 r e persons were ere attached to the Kings Kingshousehold X Xb ICIngSousehold
h household h and that an equal eq aa number numbermade umber umberIUde
n made m ade u UI1 the queens quee particular court COUItrtM
g Tlie r b payment of an aJIthMe ii these m was of coarse eearaedelsated
delegated d < to sertaJn functionaries and JICIthere
t there is no mention of them m tit these tbeHnewly
z newly n published accounts aecowatThe
The incomings and outgoings of his hisprivate b bprtvate I
j private p rivate purse are faithfully set down IowDThus downhus <
i Thus T hus one day be writes writ Gained ML MLat HIat 1
Ta
t at a t the Jotter or Given 1S UIOOI 1bbc 0 to toUte te I
t the t he queen for X X dEsterhaay dEattlb or Lost oat1SUL
tt 1SUL 1 214L L Ms at cards Given 12COM to the thequeen I
queen < q ueen That his majesty was a kindly 1T
I
j man a given to the dispensation of alms almsaPfMlAItI
t appears a from entries such as these 01 To Toold T Tld
old o < ld By aged J2 H H To To the girl Four Fournet Fouret
net net n et on her marriage e WL To leroux MerottXgamekeeper lerouxPM
gamekeeper PM g eepes who has Jul lost his cows cowaSo Mot MotSo
So far there is no mystification con enec
cerning c the entries But what about the thefollowing tbeCoIIowtft the S
cf theC
following CoIIowtft f Items ia the account book of otthe 0 C
the t he monarch who had sw o servitors Hn1t0r8hoJe I
whose hoJe duty 4ut It was to stand between his a
hisC I
i and 5 554 all the petty tasks and trials of a aaily C I
daily d < aily life For a lb of pepper < IL L lSlheeP
Sttver lrei plate brushes 1 lb of soap tip ill p 1 1to
to t o carpenter carpent 3L 21 Its Water for baths bIIthaII I
8 For boots M And again these C
even 011 more ineomprebenetble eMlb entries entriesShows entriatrotters entriesSbeps
Shows trotters 11 ISs A bottle of ofred cred e ered r
red wine 1n 15L 151 A doaen herrings herringsHow b rbIp a aHow
How was it that Louis XVI rvl paying aa aaarmy a aarmy a aarm n i
army arm of coureurs cour de vtns vioL cooks house housekeepers ho hokeepers ¬
keepers cleaners ftc c paid privately private for forbags torba to I r
bags ba of pepper and ndbOItInS bott bottles of wine to say saynothing on 7 7DOth T
onr
nothing DOth of sheens trotters UOtten1 And why whywith wby1 wby1with wh r
with the unrivaled gardens attached to t tthe 0 > i ithe
the royal ro residences and with all the therrutt th
thcc
fruit of p Province at his service did he bepa7 h cc
hL i ilade
pay 121 for 1W apricots for manna L
ted lade r Or was It that his majesty on onth 0 a I Ithe
th the quiet played at housekeeping bouek a la I a 1
Iit
bourgeois boar just J as 5 he played plq openly at atbeing atbeing a abeing it t
being a locksmith locksmithnooweveltci JocUmlthROOleeltlI lockmlthRoosevelts
nooweveltci popularity PopHlarityFnai PopolarftTPre popularityFree
Pre lbs Dotadi HenM HenMThe BeraIcLThe MtsMThe
The reason why Wh Roosevelt It is popular popularwhy popaIarwQr
why ne lie always lands on his feet and andwhy a awhy sa ii
why h ha Is approved approv even when he is iswrong I S 1
wrong is very er simple We believe It to tobe toM I 0
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be because becau he h subjects ub ts every problea problemand probleaand probleaSad a 1
and every situation to one test tNtwhat tNtwhatthe what Is Isthe I 1
the right the just and fair thing to do door door d 0 1
or ortj siif avin found wtW he believe IMl1ento a 1
believeg
tj tjto to be ddt rtI the J just sad the ta tato g I
to do do he does it It and Dd be doe dON It with an anof anor a n
of his hi might mlabtead and that means a goad goaddeal goecIJ goecInthl gee geedeal 4 1
deal J
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n tIn MIseIson Daat DaatA
A London professor declares d l8roc that a saa saacan MUCAA me a 1
can through regulation ef his diet diet have haveany bai n nu 9
any u kind of dream cam he wants The pro professor proteal pr 5 ¬
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experimented After eating fa tln fried chicken chickentraben1M it u
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dreamed that we were living 1tvtn in Texas TtuCenRu TevuCensus
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I TODAY IN HISTORY HISTORYOur
Our First Medical SchoolMay School May 3
The first medical school s hool In the United UnitedStates 1nttedtates enttedStat
States Stat S tates was u established titbUhed on May 3 1765 A Acharter Aeharter Aharter
charter c was granted for the Academy Academyand Aadem Aademand Academynd
ca
and a nd Charitable Schools Schoo in the Province of ofPennsylvania ofPennyhanl8 ofPennsylvania
Pennsylvania at Philadelphia P de1phta on July Jul 11 11 11lB 12Tha
1751 l Tha out of which organisation the th Uni University Unlerally ni niensity ¬
versity v of Pennsylvania has grown own The Theusual TIMusual Theusual
usual school course of studies stud was pursued pursued pur perued ¬
sued s ued and the first nt commencement oommen < n nt was vrashW wasb wasbob
hW b bob J41 on May Iay 17 1 ITS l Among its gradu graduates rraduate graduatm ¬
ate were re John Morgan who ho after afterspending AnerIJftlN1ln afterspending
spending IJftlN1ln five years 18 ia t the study of med medkln medIcl needkln4
Icl kln4 kln < In Europe upon his return laid be before be before before ¬
fore the trustees a plan for the establish establishing fflltabU C5tAblI5hing h hIn ¬
ing of a medical department He was waselected waseIectd U Uelect
elected elect its it professor proceaorot of the theory and andpractice andpnLctlee andpractice
practice of medicine at at the age age of thirty thirtyOp thirtyOp
Op June 21 1768 l7P the degree de ee of bachelor bachelorof bachelorof
of of medicine was conferred upon ten gen gentlemen 1e geetiamen I ItJemen ¬
tlemen the first physicians graduated In InAmerica InAmrlea inAmerica
America AmericaDr AmrleaDr AmericaDr
Dr William Shlppen who had privately privatelybeen prlvatolrbeeR privatelybeen
been instructing pupils in anatomy as asearly asearly asearly
early as 17C li 1I had suggested the depart department departmeat lepartmont ¬
mont of medicine but butt it remained for Dr DrMorgan DrMorgAn DrMorgan
Morgan to carry out the project Previ Previous PrevloUtoJ ¬
ous 011 lo the establishment e of this school schooland schoolAnd schooland
and from an early period public lectures lectureson l tures tureson
on medical topics were given Iven In various variousparts variousparts rlous rlousparts
parts of the country countr To Dr Cadwallader CadwalladerGolden CadwalladorColden CadwailadorColden
Colden is ascribed the credft cretlt of the first firstattempt ftrstttempt liratattempt
attempt to establish a systematic course courseon coursoon courseon
on medicine In the eolonlos He tried to tohave tonae tohave
have tho assembly of Pennsylvania pass passan passan passan
an act Imposing a tax ta upon every un unmarried unmarrIed unmarried ¬
married man for the purpose of support supporting supporttag upw rt rtIng > ¬
ing a a public physical lecture in Philadel Philadelphia PhiladelphiA PhiladelphiL ¬
phia His efforts wore wore fruitless fruitlessIn fruitlessIn s sIn
In 1760 Dr Thamas Cadwallader elcturcd elcturcdon
on anatomy anl tom in Philadelphia and in 1752 1752Dr Ii5 Ii5Dr 1752Dr
Dr William Hunter a cousin of the great greetJohn greatJohn greatJohn
John Hunter lectured on anatomy at atNewport atNewport atNewport
Newport R R L Dr Charles F Wtesen Wtesenthal WiasenthaI riuen riuenthaI
thaI of Baltimore delivered lectures turc on onsurgery onsur8ery onsurgery
surgery In Baltimore prior to the Revo Revolution Revolution Revolotion ¬
lution Shortly after a ter the Philadelphia Philadelphiaschool Philadelphiaschool Philadelphiaschool
school was organized in 17C7 a medical medicaldepartment medicaldeparuitent medicaldepartthCnt
department deparuitent was started in Kings Col Collego CollObe College
lego New York tho lineal ancestor of
Columbia University Harvard University Universityestablished UniverlkTtbl18bed 1Tn1YeVI 17
established tbl18bed its medical department in 11S2 11S2and 1 1and 1and I
and In 1796 17 a a medical department departmenttbltshed was es established e a atablished ¬
tablished by Dr Nathan Smith Sa th at Dart Dartmouth Dartmouth e t ¬
mouth College CollegePrevious CoUelfePrevious CollegePrevious
Previous to th the foundation of medical medicalschools mocHca1schools medic U uIschools
schools the education of physicians p 7Sida in inthis inthis Snthis n
this country countr had been entirely by b i iof means meansot me as i
of the apprenticeship aJJlXentlce hlp system except exceptwhen eXceptwben exe ipt iptwhen t
when a a young man poettassd sufficient sufficientmeans autDdentmean suflicia et etmeans it
means to go abroad and study at the themedical themedical t he ie
medical schools of Edinburgh London or orthe orthe > r
the continent continentIt continentIt
It has been estimated that at the out outset outset cc it t ¬
set of the war ar for independence Ind pen 6 there therewere therewere the se re
were upward of 3500 practitioners in the thecolonies tbecooaIQi t he ie
colonies of whom not more than 4W had hadreceived badreceived h ad adreceived id
received medical degree lTeea At the present presenttime preeenttime press eat eattime it
time there are 121 regular medical schools schoolsin achoc sla Is
in the tb United States attended by 22752 22752students 22 75 75students 752students 52
students and 22 homeopathic schools with wi ith Ji
1000 students studentsThe stuil6ntThe
The education of women omen ia the medical medicalprofession medicalproCetralon medic al alprofession
profession began be An with Ith the opening < ef th thBoston the theBoIIton 1 he heBoiton to
Boston Homeopathic School for Women WomenIn WomenIn Woes en enin m
In 1S4S and two years 15 later the Womans WomansMedical Womans1fedlcal Woma as asMedical is
Medical College Coll e in Philadelphia ws wsopened wnopened c ts g gopened
opened It was not until eighteen eigh n years yearsafterward yearsafterward yec US USafterward rs
afterward that the Womans omans Medical Col Collego CoIJOEQ C ci ciloge > I
lego of New No York was wa started startedThe startedTho startedThe
The earliest institutions for the teach teaching teacIngoC teac rh rhingof h ¬
ing IngoC of medicine were re situated in temples templesand tem temp e end les lesand as
and nd groves dedicated to the worship orhlp of ofthe oftho ofthe
the deities who were supposed to preside presideover pros lde ldeoer Id Idover ie
over the health of their worshipers Thus Thusin ThusIn TI us usin us
in Egypt the god Gains and his wife late latewere Yakwero I ais aiswere to
were the tutelary deities d UIec of the medical mecUcalrts needi medicalarts cal calants al
arts rts and in Greece the god of health was wasAesculapius wuAOMCulaplus v as asAesculapius s
Aesculapius AesculapiusMay AOMCulaplusla AesculapiusMay
May la I Is the date on which Jamaica Jamaicawas Jamdc8ns Jams lea leaWaS ea
was ns discovered in i4 i4t 4 It te the birthday birthdayof biruit Iy Iyof
of Lot M lf Morrili Secretary of the Treas Treasury Treasury Tre as asury ¬
ury under Grant Clflx 113 of William Proc Proctor Proctor Pr Ge Getor ¬
tor the noted American educator UCt r ft7 ft7William 1117 1117Imam il Li LiWilliam i
William Imam Ii Wilson author of the Wilson Wilsontariff W Wtatlfl Wile eon eontariff
tariff bill II1 Jacob A RIle the re reformer reformer noformer e ¬
former lt and the day on which whichThomas whichThomas wh kit kitThomas sh
Thomas Hood the poet died in 1S lS5
AT ATTHEHQrELS ATTHEHQrELSTon THE HOTELS HOTELSTon HQIELS HQIELSTon
Ton years ago everything 6 Ctblng cent from fromArnarioa fromAm8rJe frommerica
Al Arnarioa A merica into Germany GermanyhumBug er3nsnyr was regarded as ashumbug a aznbag
n humbug hu znbag said 14 Dr D Dc George A Kobior of ofBerlin otBerlin ofrlin
B Berlin Be rlin Germany at the Raleigh feu tit titntght lastght t tnight
nl night ght but now ow sentiment toward Ameri American ican Ar1n ¬
d can n business bu8t propositions k > different differentDr dUfertDr d1ftire d1ftireDr
Dr Kubler is Americanborn but bsc bsced naa naalived Au AuJIved
lived liv ed in Berlin more than twenty years yearswhere 7 7wbere ysnihere
w where here he represents American interests interestsHe mtsHe Interestse
H He e visit this country twice every year yearNot 7UlNot yearNot
Not only do the business people favor favorAmerican taOTAmtrlaa favormenleen
A American ideas Id but the government gOftIJIID does doeseverything oe8erytblag doeserythIng
w everything ev erytblag to encourage the idea of ofpatronizing orJMLtronl oftrouIzin
I patronizing JMLtronl pa trouIzin American enterprises he hesaid beId heid
si said sa Id The The t Germans Ge nana are now stout be believers be bevers ¬
levers ho vers in American genius geniusThe Ieai IeaiTh geniusrho
The greatest fRteltt reception CoL L Roosevelt Rooseveltever Ileoevelter
ever ev er received anywhere outside e his own owncountry ownuntry
o country co untry is f the one which will be a acorded ar arded
corded co rded hint in Berlin The people peep there theredont theredont therent
d dont do < nt talk about anything else bat RooM Boosevlt RooMVi1t Rooselt
v vlt vo lt They btwan pagan over a month ago agodecorating agocorating 0 0decorat1
d decorating decorat1 de corating the houses and making makingpreparations M IDpr seskinaeparations <
pi preparations pr parattoDl for the reception and enter entertainment esterinment ter tertaJlUMnt ¬
U tainment ta inment of the great American Ger Germans GerDUUI8 Ocrasa ¬
n mans m asa rank Roosevelt alongside of t Wash Washington Wuhlaston Washgton ¬
i ington In > gton They also lso regard Lincoln and andCleveland andleveland
C Cleveland Clevela as great Presidents But ButRooseveh Butoosevelt
B Rooseveh Roo R oosevelt surpasses them all with the theexception thexeeptloa thexception
e exception of Washington He particu particularly JUcuJt1y psrucurly ¬
U larly ia rly appeals to the German n people be because beause ¬
c cause ause of the similarity abnUarlt of o his character characterand cbanleteraDd characternd
a and nd temperament with those of our own ownKaiser ownKdHr ownaiser
Kaiser KaiserUt KdHrrt K aiser aiserit
Ut it is tile general opinion ia S Berlin Berlinand Berlinand Rerlinnd
a and nd throughout Germany that eel Rouse XteaseWU RMIeit RousenIt
v WU nIt it will be the next President Pl of t the theUnited thetntted thenited
1 United U nited States and they tile hope be win be beWhy beWhy behy
1 Why W hy 7 Because uae his election would mean meanbusiness meanbwIDea meanusiness
I business b usiness prosperity and Germany would wouldnaturally wouldnatura wouldaturally
naturally natura n 11 proftt therefrom like all other othercountries othercountr1eL otherountnles
c countries countriesSpeaking c ountnlesSpeaking
countr1eLSpeaadnc
Speaking of the relations between bet Ger Germany GerJUn Ocrany ¬
i many JUn m any and France Dr Kubtar K said that thatif thatIt thatf
i if f Emperor William were to vMt Paris Paristoday Part Parttoda arls arlsoday
t today toda t be would be received with en enthusiasm enthusium enhusiasm ¬
t thusiasm t Our Kaiser Xa kj doing every everything eyeryt everyhig ¬
t thing t nf in his power MJW and in keeping k with withhis w1thhis withis
1 his h is omee to promote friendly relations relationsbetween rftaUonsbetween relationsbetween
I between France and Germany he h said saidTh aldhft said7hcrs
7hcrs Th hft re kj no Ul feeling feeUa In France against againstermany ntt nttOerIDlU1Y
Germany G < ermany The war was w fought ou forty fortyyears torty7ear1 fortyears
2 years y ears ago and the present generation generationdoes gtlondoH generationoes
does d < oes not entertain the same me bitter blttj feel feelnigs feetbp feelegs
i nigs toward Germany Q many as those who par participated part1dptaed paridied ¬
1 ticipated t In it It
France and Germany are arethe aret arehe
I the t he best customers of each other and andfinanciers andftaac andnanclers
1 financiers ftaac il nanclers have ba abo8t
a word to say about war warthese Wartheft warthese
1 these days daysProf 4aysProt daysProf
Prof Dr Frank Cushny of London LondonEngland LeadODEnctn4 LondonEngland
England is I at a the Raleigh Dr Cethay CethayIs Cr DIa
Is i s a scientist 3dUt18t pure and ad simple shOp Imp He is a ameaber amember
member of the Bath Club ClUb Piccadilly PiccadillyLondon pteeadlll pteeadlllLondon PiccadillyLondon
London and resides at Marlanda Xu Exeter ExeterThat ExeterThat
That That at least Jeut II the tb imprint on his en engraved enpaved engraved
graved calling card The Englishman E is istaU istall
tall and broad has a florid complexion complexionwb1eb complexionwhich
which shines as if it were polished and andhas andbaa andha
has ha deep dark brown eyes Dr Cnshny Cnshnyis
is a fish savant savant lUll is collecting specimens specimensof
of American fish 1Wh having spent some som lit Uttie little littie
tie time at the Fish Commission C and andis andhU andis
is full or praise pralaefor for that institution institutionTour tnadtuUoaYour InatlIntlOsyo
Tour yo Bureau of Fisheries is without wtthouta withoutdoubt
a doubt the finest institution of its kind dQdIn kindIn
in the world said Dr Cushny Your Tourgovernment Yourament Yourgovernment
government ament is liberal with funds with withwhich withwtdeh Withwhich
which work of this nature may be pros prosecuted proseeutH prosecteted ¬
ecuted In England the South Kensing Kensington KmgOA Itesasingteso ¬
ton Museum which institution I am con connected conAeCtM connected
nected with with is very much hampered in inits Intt inIts
its work on account of the lack k of funds t1IDdsU fundsIll
If it were WF not Ot for the private means meanswhich means meanswl seanswhich
which wl ch some e of those th devoted to their thel thellldeoee theirhave
science have at then disposal and use usefreely usefreely
freely to promote their researches r we wecould weaccomplish
could accomplish very little UtOeof littleSpeaking
Speaking of English polltlcm Dr DrCuabny Drsaid
Cushny said that ha I Igeneral believed that there therewill taaetewin
will be a general election of Parnaeaent Padluesentbefore t tDetor
before Detor very long and that the Unionists U1DeaIatawould Uiesiktswould Unionistswould
would be returned to power Prof Cnshny Cnshnydoes chnJoee Cionitnydoes
does not believe that the bishops who whooccupy wbooecuPy whoeccup1
occupy seats in the House H of Lords Lordsshould Lordsabould Lordsshould
should mix in politics outside of matters Dl8ttersCOftcerntns 3uattersconcerning
concerning the church churchDr churchCushny
Dr Cushny while wbll Up lighting his cigar cigarmade dprmade gar garmade
made the observation that smoking IIDO as uatated ashim
sUted him considerably in formulating tonmdaUngIds
his essays that it served to concentrate concentratehis coneeotrathili concentratehis
his mind and inspire him with the proper prop properwords r rwonk
thoughts word and expressions in n his hiswert hiswork
week weekThere workThere
wertTItere
There to J an city in Sathe the world that has hasmore haseexpealdn hasmore
more eexpealdn expensive exS cI dnbhoosee than Yew KewYork YewTest ew ewYG
York according to Dr Fred S S Atten of ofNew otNew ofNew
New York who is at the Shexeham ShexehamTo sorsma
To 1 a man with a a modest Income said saidDr aliiDr saidDr
Dr Alton one good crab In in many manyways an anwap ny nyan
ways an economy For the millionaire a aooien aen a aoaen
ooien oaen en clubs are not worth their dues dusHe d dH duesHo
He H may zaaJlf1lnd mI find it convenient to fiw three threeor threeor threeor
or tour of them and he probably does doesnot doesDOt doesnot
not enter fIAt the others more than once a aI a7MU aI
7MU 7MUI
I know one man in New York who whois whoa whomember
is a member in twentyone clubs cJ He Hehas Hehu Hehas
has paid dues va to one of them ever since sincewas sinceIt
It was as organised nearly twenty years yearsand yearsand yearsgt
gt and he has been inside of its doors doorsbut doorsbut doorsbut
but once If one picked out at rcndcln rcndclna
a doaen young men of wealth and social socialporition octaltIon socialpoaition
porition tIon In Ne Ner et r York he would find that thatthey tbattM thatthey
they tM had at Ifast ISat five chaos M In common commonThis COIIUIIonTltis commonThis
This Is both the weakness and the thestrength th thlItr thestrea
strength lItr strea th of New York club life The Theclub Th Thclub Theclub
club does not identify In New York as It Itdots Itot8 ItdoLl
dots in London Each club has a a few fewmen fewMeD fewmen
men whose names are always associ associated sasociMed oel oelated ¬
ated with th it It but the majority of C its itsmembers ItsnteIIJben Itsmembers
members are also members DMm of several severalother severalthet eraJ eraJother
other o thet clubs which they use quits as asmuch asmaeft asmuch
much and their loyalty i is divided Were Werethis We Wethis Werethis
this not the ease however we should shouldhave shouldhave shouldave
have h ave many fewer tew 11 handsome clubhouses dubhouMlWhen clubhousesWhen
When I reach New N Nd York ad am amMtUt amsettled
settled for a a few fe days tot one of Its Itsswell Itswell
swell s well hotels hot said sakIRobert Robert H JOHar of orNew ofNew
New Orleans OrIM at the Arlington Arll tOft but night nightit
I am loth 10t to leave reave We dont have havehotela bareotels
hotels h otels In my section where here everything everythingr ever t lllg lllgtor
for f or mans IDIln comfort is provided with the thesame theme theme
same me lavishness ac In New York A con conversation conersation
venation v I overheard in the only ont hotel 1Iott1In
In i n Greenville Ky will show you the thldUfKeae theifference
difference d Greenville is not too well wellbJeaecl wellblessed
blessed with railway facilities and If ItyoU Ifyou
you want to take a through train out outIn outn
In I n the morning you must leave at SJO 110oclock 310oclock
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vised the proprietor that he would go on onthat onthat onhat
that t hat early cerl train Another man added addedthat addedthat
that he might leave on the same train trainThe trainThe
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lobby Iobb for some MM time the Finally he ad addred addressed
dressed the man m who said lei be might t go geAh goAlt
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brains or a pretty woman without any aIrYlieX awyHeMsdasn
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to either eitherAnd ttlMrAM eitherAnd
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hour or two In your 7OU company he h said aldtbat addthat
that I am ama a better betterIt man isaIt
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replied Dont hesitate to come me often oftlllr
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