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EDUCATIONAL EDUCATIONALAn
An Education Which Counts Countsla
Is the only kind the future money moneyearner moneyearner moneyearner
earner should bother with The edu educntlon education oducation
cation you ou get at Strayers can be beconverted beconverted beconverted
converted Into dollars and cents In Inany Inan Inany
any an office In this thl country countr Its right rightto rightto
to the point pracUcal sufficient sufficientPhono 8ufficlentPhone
Phono for catalogue catalogueOld cataloguoSTRAYERS
STRAYERS STRAYERSBUSINESS STRAYER7SBUSINESS
BUSINESS COLLEGE COLLEGEOld
Old Masonic Temple 9th and F Sts StsFortysecond StsNational
National NationalUniversity
University UniversityLaw
Law School SchoolFort
Fortysecond Fort cond Year YcnrEvening YenrEvening
Evening E vening Sessions Exclusively ExclusivelyOPENS ExclusivelyOPENS
OPENS OCTOBER 11910 11910Offers 1 1910 1910OftftI
Offers practical three and four year coureei cou teidiog teidiogto
to t o tUodird decree Ateo o srecUl tnvyetr course courseFor courseFor
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Bank B ank DM Dhl 613 15th st t aw TeJopttDHe TRCI M 687 f or orafter orafter
after a fter Oct 1 at the Law School bool DciWlns Th B1SECO B1SECOIXh 8 813th 81S40h
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COLLEGE C OF VETERINARY MEDICINE MEDICINEGeorge MEDICINEGeorge
George Washington University
Third teuton begins Sept 15 1MO Complete Completehireyear CompJeteNr
hireyear Nrie Nr er court in reterlnary n JDtdiciae did Lecture Lecturehour Lectureour ctU ctUtour
hour h our beginning < ai a 5 It p m to accommodate cort cortemployes t tmplores
employes Entrance by Wgh edwal U S civil drilferric clUnrnlfl civilerT1r
ferric or teaeJwrs certificate certificateCredit arU cst cstCttdlt
Credit Credit circa beD for degreea la agriculture medicine medlciaertirttJ medicinei
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For inforMarloa or catalogue addraM addraMDAVID
DAVID 1 A VJD E E BUCKINGHAM V M 1 D Dean DeanCOLLEGE Dnn DnnCOLLEGB
COLLEGE OF O1 VETERINARY MEDICINE
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Bliss Electrical School SchoolIi
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towns e coaptete cenpl + te in one year Students actually actuallycontract actull1CWltnact
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EIcht EIlttth ath year begin September O OCatalogs 1 1Catalotue
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Address Addt BLISS ELECTRICAL SCHOOL SCHOOLNo SCnOOLo SCHOOLo
No o o 39 Chicago C1 avenue TakooM Park D 0 0au930t 0 0au93Ot
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Twontyfivo years experience experienceCommercial cxporloncoWOODS
Commercial CommercialSCHOOL CommorclalSCHOOL CommercialSCHOOL
WOODS D SCHOOL
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UNITED STATES COLLEGE OF OFVETERINARY OFVETERINARY OFVETERINARY
VETERINARY SURGEONS SURGEONSZ2
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Rated Clan CJn Clnnsi A lay U S Government GovernmentSEVENTEENTH GOTernmentB1iVETXE GovernmentSEVENTEENTH
SEVENTEENTH B1iVETXE TH SESSION OPENS OlEX SEPT U 1MO 1MOLaree MOLane 40 40Large
Lane hospital and cnnfe New buiMing and aDCtOIIIpfftflr andomplete4y i icompletely
completely e equipped operating and dinical dbatnilH rooms roomsBacteriological
Bacteriological H tri l l pathological and cUntcal labora laboratories Jaboratorin laboraone ¬
tories t one and lecture rooms Ererythtnc complete completeWRITE completeWRITE onp4eteVH1TF
WRITE FOR OR iATALOU iATALOUContinuous ITIOUSHORTHAND ATALOGSHORTHAND
SHORTHAND SPEED SPEEDCLASSES SPEEDCLASSES
CLASSES CLASSESCooUnuonl
Continuous special a1 note taking each rrentog eT In ialegal Inka1 inegal
legal l scientific and jraTUamaitarr matter r under undertbe underthe undertbc
the personal direction of tJeDngrapher o DC twenty twentjTtars twtrears twentyreir
rears reir practical experience Trial gratis gratisTil gratiaTHAD gratisTHAD
Til THAD AD E RAG IlGSDI RAGSDALE RAGSDALEShorthand SD ALE E EShorttnud
Shorthand Reporter ill 2 FIFTH STREET STREETAccountancy STREETAccountancy STREETAccountancy
Accountancy Instruction I Preparing Preparingtor
tor C P A degree and BeI professtaoal career reer Waih Waihfactea WuhID Weabegion
factea ID l School of Accountancy A aDC1 conducted br Y IC M MC 1 1a
C a A Institute opens October lit Catalogue CIIC Ue Per Personal Pereesl ¬
sonal 1 conference cool with eligible candidates caDdidat soUcitfiL soUcitfiLAddress 1IIIci 1IIIciAddre IOICI2 IOICI2Address
Address Director WASHINGTON W SCHOOL OP 1JFACCOUT OPACCOUNTANCY OPACCOUNTtNCY
ACCOUNTANCY ACCOUT CY 1733 G st at U UST uST UST
ST JOHNS COLLEGE COLLEGEVERMONT COLLEGEVRIUtOT COLLEGEVERMONT
VERMONT AVE NEAR THOMAS CIRCLE
The Catholic CMIeee for Young Men Ift and Boja BoyncbcoI
School reopotK Monday oncb September K I 12BROTHER
BROTHER DOKOTHEUM President PresidentPOTOMAC Pr tdeatPOTOIAC PresidentPOTOMAC
POTOMAC UNIVERSITY UNIVERSITYLAW UNnERSITYLAW UNIVERSiTYLAW
LAW SCHOOL SCHOOLDAY CIIOOLDAY I100L I100LDAY
DAY AXD NIGHT CLASSES CLASSES1S1 CLASSE61Sljl CLASSEdissi
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School SchoolWaynesboro SchoolWayneshoro
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InttnKtors In5t tor tbonwgh work and its Ugh standard standardof
of tcbolarthip Preparea for University and boa buvinm 1N1Inell boaIns <
inm Ins life Beautiful and healthful location near nearthe neartbe nearthe
the Blue lue Rldga Mountalni altitude 1 13 > 00 feet ttttMod feetIodml feetModern
Mod Modern rn equipment Rates moderate For cat catalopie catalole catalogos
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ST MARYS MARYSACADEMY MARYSACADEMY
ACADEMY ACADEMYALEXANDRIA ACADEMYALEXANDRIA
ALEXANDRIA VA VABoarding VADo8rding VAIloerding
Boarding school lI for l girls modem building home
comfom cornint EnKi E Eng1ih i h crammerrtal and music counn cour
Term moderate m atl Write rite for f catalogue catalogueSISTEUS IItalOlUeSISTERS catalogueSISTERS
SISTERS OF THE HOLY CROSS CROSSMARYLAND OROSSIARYLAND CROSSMARYLAND
MARYLAND SCHOOLS SCHOOLSELL1COTT SCIIOOI4SROCK SCHOOLSROCK
ROCK HILL COLLEGE COLLEGEELLICOTT COLLEGEELLICOTT
ELLICOTT CITY MARYLAND MARYLANDCountts MARYLANDCourres MIRYLANDCourros
Countts Lilcrary Kl1tl6c d ntiflc commnckl prepar Ifttllnt s
for all terms of engineering Alto an excellent excellentpreparatory aceU8QtprcparatOO excellentprenratory
preparatory department d rtmmt for boys from 12 yean and adupward andupward andupwind
upward Schopl reopens Monday Bept 12 12KIT zMT 2 2MT
MT ST JOSEPHS COLLEGE COLLEGEIrrlnston COLLEGEIrrlDtOl1 COLLEGEIrlegton
Irrlnston Station D Baltimore Dalt Md MdClassical MdC1auICII MdClassical
Classical C1auICII tdentiflc commercial course full de debulldlogs d ds degites
gites s cowmed conferred Convenient healthy 1 1ocatjon tlon tllle
bulldlogs MIngr extensive crounda nou d Athletics Gyro OymniUura Gyronailum
niUura track field swimralng pool Speimld
training rrlntD for young men Term moderate t lita tt u
loeur Write Brother Dt r Director DirectorEASY DirectorEASY DirectorEASY
EASY ON POROUS PLASTERS
Germany G rDlnn Retlncea Reclnc 21 Import Duty on onVnltutl onUnltctl onijji1
Vnltutl Stntew Product ProductPorous l iroInctPorous rollnctPorous
Porous plasters manufactured In the theUnited theUnited theUnited
United States will bo admitted into Ger Germany German Germany
many man at a much reduced tariff duty here hereafter hereafter hereafter ¬
after according to the Stato Department DepartmentDuring DepnrtmentDuring DepartmentDuring
During the tariff negotiations between betweentbe b betweenthe twen twenthe
the two countries last winter the State StateI StateDePArtmont stateDepartment
I Department brought bro g11t to the attention of ofGermany orGornuiny ofOormRny
Germany tho sooallod unfavorable tarJft tarJfttreatment tnrltttreatment tan tantreatment
treatment to which porous l plasters were weresubjected wproa1lDJectM waresubjected
subjected on tholr Importation into the theGorman U10Gorman theGerman
Gorman empire They were classed 05 05secret a aseoret nsooret
secret remedies and were dutiable at atj ntOO ut0o
j GOO 0o marks per kilogram Germany German has hasnotified hasnotified hasnotified
notified the State Department that here hereafter hor horattortho horafter ¬
after attortho the little back bnakplastors plasters will be ad adm1tted adnutted
I mitted Into that thMcountrY country at 40 marks per perkilogram p perkilogram r rktlOSTam
kilogram
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ROOSEVELT R FAVORS FAVORSRADICAL FAVORSRADICAL FAVORSRADICAL
RADICAL POLICY POLICYGontinuecV POLICYCont POLICYContinued
Continued Cont nn lfrom from Page Trro Trroand T1Tonnd Tvond
and a nd far more effective eUecUen n graduated In Inheritance Inherltanoe Ineritance ¬
heritance h tax on big fortunes properly properlysafeguarded properlsnfegunrded properlyfeguarded
safeguarded sa salu against evasion and morons increasing IncroQsIng moronsg ¬
ing lu luth g rapidly in amount with the size of ofthe o oI ofe
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th the e estate estateStable estateStnbl
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Stable Stnbl Currency Currene Needed NeededThe NeededThe
The people of the United nUed States s gtffe gtffefrom sqffeom ffoi ffoifrom
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from fr om periodical financial panics to a de degree de deI dece ¬
I gree si sio sici ce substantially unknown among the theother thtI thether
I o other ther nations which approach us in finan financial finnnclal finana ¬
cial ci a strength There Is no reason we weshould weshould wehould
cis
should s suffer what they escape It Is Isof IIot isf
of o f profound importance that our finan financial finAnclal Ilnanml ¬
cial c ml system should be promptly investi investigated Investlgated investiated ¬
gated g ated and so thoroughly and effectively effectivelyrevised ertecUvelyrevlacd effectivelyvised
revised re rea rea vised aa a to make It certain that t ti t here hereafter hereaftor herefter ¬
a after fter our currency currene will no longer long r fall ftt fttat atat ntt
at a t critical times to meet m et our needs needsIt noediIt needsIt
It is hardly necessary neCOiJ 8ry for me to re repeat repeat reeat ¬
peat p eat that I believe In an efficient army armyand arm armnnd armynd
and a nd navy large enough to secure for forabrond us usabroad u ubroad
abroad a that respect which Is the surest surestguarantee surestguarantee surestuarantee
guarantee g of peace Justice and fair fairdealing falldealing fairealing
dealing d among nations rests on princi principles principles pninelies ¬
ples p ies identical with those which control controlJustice controljustlc controlustice
pj
Justice j and fair dealing among Indlvldu Indlvlduuala Indlvldulala individuaie
uala u aie of which nations are composed composedwith compoaoowith componedtth
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with w tth the vital exceptions that each na nation notion naon ¬
tion ti on must do Its own part of International Internationalpolice Internationalpolice Internationalolice
tip
police p olice work National friendships like likethose Uk Ukthose Ilkhose
those t between men must be founded on onrospoct onr onespect
rospoct r poct as well as on IIkln liking on for forbearance forboarnncc ¬
bearance b oarance as a well as upon trust In all allthis allthis 11 11his I
this t his it is peculiarly the duty of the theUnited theUnltuJ timnitul
United U nitul States to set a good example
Of conservation I shall speak more at atlength atlength atength
length l elsewhere Conservation means meansdevelopment Innsdevolopment meansevelopment
development d as much as It does protec protection protection protecion ¬
tion t ion I recognize the right and the duty dutyof dllt dlltot dutyf
of o f this generation to develop and uw the thenatural thenatural theatural
natural n resources of our land but I do donot donot doot
not n ot recognize tho right to waste them or orto orto oro
to o rob by b wasteful use the generations generationsthat goneratlonsthat generationshat
that t hat come after us The natural re resources re relIourceti remources ¬
sources i must bo used for the benent df dfall ofll t taU
all a ll our people and not monopolized for forthe forthe forhe
the t he benefit of the few That Is one of the thefundamental thefundamental theundamental
fundamental f reasons why the special In Interests Intorests inorests ¬
terests t must be driven out of politics politicsOf poiitt poiittOf l lOt
Of all the questions which can come be before betore beore ¬
fore f ore this nation short of the actual actualpreservation actualprOliorvation actualreservation
preservation p reservation of Its existence in a gr great greatwar greatwar t twar
war there Is none which compares In Im Importance Importance Imortance ¬
portance p ortance with the groat central task of ofleaving ofleaving ofeaving
leaving l this land even a better land for forour torour forur
our o ur descendants than it is for us and andtraining andtraining andraining
training t them Into a bettor race to t In Inhabit IAhabit inhabit ¬
habit the land and pass it on Conserva Conservation Conefnntfon Coneervaion ¬
tion t ion Is a great moral issue for It In Involves Involves Inolves ¬
volves v olves the patriotic duty of Insuring the thesafety theafet theafety
safety afet s and continuance of the nation nationLet nauonLet nationLet
Let me add that the health and vitality vitalityof vitaltt vitalttof
of o f our people are at least a as well worth worthconserving wwthconervlng worthonserving
conserving c as a their forests for waters lands miHteand Jand8and landsand
and minerals and that In this great work workthe workthe workhe
the t he national government must bear a amost amost amost
most important part partWould partYould partWould
Would Yould Aid the Farmer FarmerI
I have spoken sP01 < cm elsewhere asia of th thgreat t tgreat the thegreat
great task taskswhteh swhteh whleh hleh lies before the fanners fannersof f fot
of the country countr to get for themselves and andfor aJhlfor andfor
for their wives and children not only onl th thbenefits th thbone thebonetts
benefits bone ts of better farming but also those thoseof Uaoof thoseof
of better business methods and better betterconditions botWlcondltlontl betterconditions
conditions of life on the farm The bur burden burden bunden ¬
den of this great task will 111 fall as it itshould Itshould Itshould
should mainly upon the gr great organiza organizations wpataUons oraubalions ¬
lions of tho farmers themselves them l I am amglad amgtad singlad
glad It will for or I believe they arc well wellable wellao 11 11a11l0
able ao to handle It It In particular there are arestrong arestrong arestrong
strong reasons why wh the departments of ofagriculture oCagricuturo ofaknicutturo
agriculture of the various States the theUnited UMUnited theUnited
United States Department Dcr > artment of Agriculture Agricultureand Agricultureand kultUt kultUtand
and tho agricultural agrlcultu l colleges and experi experiment 8X11ment experiment ¬
0
ment stations should extend their work workto workto workto
to cover all phases of life ur on the farm farmInstead farmIntead farmInstead
Instead of limiting themselves as they theyhave theyh theyhave
have h va far too often limited themselves tb In Inthe Inthe Inthe
the past Eolely to the question of the theproduction theproduction theproduction
production of crops cropsNothing cropsNothing cropsNothing
Nothing is more true than that excess excesiof excesaot excessof
of every kind Is followed by reaction a afact atact afact
fact which should be pondered by re reformer reformer reformer ¬
former and reactionary rencUonar alike We 1r are areface anCa areface
face Ca to face with new ne conceptions of the therelations tbere18Uons therelations
relations of property to human welfare welfarechiefly welfarechiefly elfare elfarechlefi
chiefly chlefi because uo certain advocates of the therights therights therights
rights of property against the rights rightsof rlgh rlghot rightsof
of men havo been pushing their claims claimstoo ClAImstoo claimstoo
too far Tho man who ho wrongly holds holdsthat boldethat holdsthat
that every ocr human right is secondary secondaryto secondar secondarto
to his profit proal must now give way wa to tothe tothe tothe
the advocate of human welfare who whorightly whorightly ho horlghtl
rightly maintains that every man holds holdshis holdshis holdshis
his property subject to the general right rightto rlghtto rightto
to the community to regulate Its use to towhatever towhatever towhatever
whatever degree the public welfare may mayrequire mayrequlro mayrequire
require It It But I think we may go still stillfurther sUIIfurthor stillfurther
further Tho right to regulate the use useof ulleof uneof
of wealth in the public interest Inter llt is uni universally universally nutvernally ¬
versally admitted admittedLet admittedLet admittedLet
Let us admit also the right to regulate regulatethe recutatethe rsuIatethe
the terms and conditions of labor which whichIs whichIs whichis
Is the chief element of wealth directly directlyIn
In the Interest of the common good The Thefundamental ThefundamentAl Thafundamental
fundamental thing to do for every man manis manIs maziis
is to give him the th chance to reach a aplace aplace a aplace
place In w1ich hlch he will 111 make the greatest greatestpossible groat greatestpossible st stpossible
possible contribution to the public wel welfare welfare ¬
fare No man can be a good citizen un unless unless unless ¬ S
less he has a a wage more than sufficient sufficientto
to cover the bare cost of living and I
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September starts a new year for many manyfar manyfar manyfar
far more truly than does January Januar With Withsome Withsome WIthsome
some it means the beginning of business businesslife buslnes8lICoi businesslife
life lICoi with others the start of some spe speclal speclnl spedat
clal study stud With many mnn It Is just taking takingup taldngup takingup
up again the thread of work whoro they theydropped the thedropped theydropped
dropped it to go off on a holiday But Butnevertheless ButneOItbeless Butnoverthelesa
nevertheless even with these it is isa Isa Isa
a fresh start Tho year yea el1 Is ahead for all alland alland alland
and whether It is faced eagerly eag rly because becauseof
of the new experiences waiting or looked lookedforward lookedforward lookedforward
forward to as the same monotonous grind grindit grindit
it has always been it is there for all to todo todo todo I
do with It as they th they will willThe willThe willThe
The story Is told of Chase the artist artistthat arUstthat artistthat I
that he keeps hanging In his studio a alarge alarge alarge
large untouched canvas and that when whenpeople1 whenpeople whenpeople
people1 people ask him what he considers his hisgreatest hisgreatest hisgreatest
greatest picture he points to this His Hisgreatest Hisgrcateat Hisgreatest
greatest picture is I still unpainted It Is Isstill Isstill isstill
still ahead of him He has never yet ac accomplished accompUshod accomplishod ¬
complished his ideal idealIt IdenlIt idealIt
It Is well to have a high ambition It Itspurs Itspurs Itspurs
spurs effort It keeps k e s one up to his best bestThe bostThe bestThe
The girl entering business should have havean h8oan harean
an ambition In regard to her work She Sheshould Sheshould Sheshould
should not go nt It listlessly Ustlo sb lImply to toeain toeaJ toenan
eain eaJ n so much a week we ok Above beyond beyondand beonaand beyondand
and more Important than the salary salaryshould slllar slllarshould salaryshould
should be some ambition In regard to It ItShe it itShe ItShe
She should havo an ambition to work her herway herway herway
way up or to learn all there ispos 1 In pos
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hours of labor Iab or short enough so tha thahi that after afterhis
his hi days work Is I done he will have ha time timeand timeand timeand
and energy to bear his sharo in th the man management management ¬
agement of the community to help in incurrying Inettrr310g Incarrying
currying the general load loadNeed loadeed
Need eed Lntygjr Regulations RegulationsWe Regulntlon1r
We 1r e keep keLp countless men from being balnggood being00d beinggood
good 00d citizens by the conditions of life lifewith liCewith lifeWith
with which wo surround thorn We need needcomprehensive needeomprekOltsho
comprehensive workmens compensation compensationact compon tlon tlonacr
act acts both State and national laws to Mregulate toregulate tOregulate
regulate child labor and the work of ofwomen atwomen ofwomen
women and especially e pecllh we need In our ourcommon ourcommon ourcommon
common schools not merely education In Inbook 1ftbook
book learning but also practical train training traJaIDS trainhag ¬
IDS for daily life and work We n need needto d dto
to enforce Corel better sanitary anltar condition for forour torour forour
our workers and to extend the use of ofsafety oCalot
safety alot appliances In industry and com commorce commore coinmores
more both within Uhln and between the theStates theStatM
States Also IH friends in the Interest of ofthe
the working man himself we 8 need to set setour 5etour
our faces like flint against mob violence violenceJust violenceJuat violencejust
Just as against corporate greed against againstviolence a againstviolence alnat alnatViolence
violence and Injustice IDJueU and lawleealees by bywageworkers byweork bywMworkers
wageworkers weork ra just Ju t as much as against againetlawless agalMtIa againstlawless
Ia lawless wle cunning and greed reOd and selfish sel lh ar arrogance Arropnce arrogance ¬
rogance of employers employersNational empJol6rsNational empioyersNatloisal
National efficiency lcleac has many factors It ItIs Itnec6 Itis
Is a a necessary nec6 result of the principle of ofconservation oCconaUoa ofconservation
conservation widely wldel applied In th the end endIt encIt endIt
It will 111 determine our failure or success SUCCN8a aa aaa asa
a a nation National efficiency emcleDc h baa s to do donot donot denot
not only with natural resources rourc and with withmen withIMn withmen
men it to equally concerned with 1th in institutions IntIt1tJ0 InstlfttIoos ¬
stitutions 8 The State must be made ef efficient aCActent ofSctet ¬
ficient for the work which concerns only onlythe onl onltbe
the people of tho State and tbe tb nation nationfor natIOntor natiorfor I
for that which concerns all the people peopleThere peoPleThere poOplThere
There must remain no neutral ground to toserve tollerve U
UI
serve as g a refuge for lawbreakers and andespecially aMIoe ai aiespecially I
especially oe for lawbreakers Iawbr uu rs of great wealth wealthwho wealthwho wealthwho
who can hire the vulpine legal cunning cunningwhich cunalngwblch cunaln cunalnWhich
which will teach them how to avoid both bothjurisdictions bothjuriscUetiODs bolljurisdictions
jurisdictions It is a misfortune when heft the thenational tbenational thi
national legislature lgtal ture falls to do its duty dut In Inproviding InPIO1cIIAg I Iproviding I
providing a a national remedy so that the theonly th thonl7 tinonly
only national activity Is I the purely nag negative JtegaUn nagalive ¬
alive activity of the judiciary in forbid forbidding forblddtDS forbidding ¬
ding the th State to exercfee power in th thpremises Use UsepremlML thpremises
premises premlMLCentrnllzntlon
Centralization I Js Needed NeededI
I do not ask for overcentraliaation but butI bUtI bu buI I
I do ak that we work In a spirit of ofbroad oCbroed 0 0broad
broad and far reaching nationalism when whenwe wbeewe wbe wbewe
we work for what concerns our people peopleas peopias
as a whole We are all Americans Our Ourcommon Ourmmon Ott Ottommon
common mmon Interests nterest are as broad ac Uac the thecontinent tb tbcontinent
continent I speak peak to you Ou here in Kan Kansas XanexacU ¬
Sal exactly exacU as a I would speak In New NewYork NecYork I
York of Georgia for the most vital Itat prob problems prohlems ¬
lems are tboee which affect us all alike alikeThe Alike L LThe
The national government belongs to the thewhole thehole tb C Cwhole
whole hole American people and whoro the thewhole tb a awhole
whole American people pf plo are interested Intero ted that thatInterest thatInttrest tha t tinterest
Interest can be guarded effectively ottoctholonly only onlyby oni V Vby
by b the national government The better betterment betterment bettormont ¬
ment which we e seek must be accomplish accomplished accomDUsh ¬
ed I believe mainly through the notional notionalgovernment n naTon 110nal 110nalgtV8IDmant 1 1government
government governmentTho gtV8IDmantTho governmentThe
Tho American people are right In de demanding demncUng domnanding ¬
manding that new nationalism without withoutwhich withoutwblch t twhich
which we cannot hope to deal with new newproblems ne neproblems
problems The new nationalism puts the thenational thenational th S Snational
national need before sectional or per personal personal personal ¬
sonal advantage It Is 1m impatient pat Ion t of the theutter theutter th 0 0utter
utter confusion that results from local locallegislatures Jocallegl locs locsiegishturos
legislatures legl l1tur08 attempting to treat national nationalIssues nationalIssues t tIssues
Issues AS local issues It Is still more Im Impatient Impatlent impatient ¬
patient of the Impotence which springs springsfrom springsfrom S Sfm
from the overdivlslon of government governmentpowers goornmentpowers t tpowers
powers the Impotence which makes it itpossible Itpossible I t tpossible
possible for local lo < al selfishness or for legal legalcunning legalcunning l lcunning
cunning hired by wealthy special Inter
Talks TalksBoJ
BoJ
slble to know Im kno w about one thing she Is Isdoing Isdoing I S Sdoing
doing or to to do dolt It so thoroughly horoughl that th t she sheIs sheI ab LC LCIr
Is I Ir sure each night lIght no ria smallest detail has hasten hasAen ha 5 5bten
ten Aen neglsotad negl Qta She should bo ambitious ambitiousabout amblUoulAbout Is Isabout
about It In some way not only to get the themost th e emost
most out of It but to really roall enjoy It ItIf JtIt ItIf I
If the one who Is returning to the thesame thesame Ui e esame
same task he has performed for years yearswill yearswill I Iwill
will put a spirit of Ambition mbttion into his hiswork hiswork It is iswork
work he will find the year ear to come more morepleasurable moreploasurable mor morpleasurable
pleasurable and profitable than the ono onothat anatbat or orthat
that has gone The man or woman who whodoes whodoe w wdoes
does his or her work In a plodding mo monotonous monotonous rn rnnotonous ¬
notonous spirit simply as a means meansearning of ofearning ilternlng
earning bread bre d and butter throws c a gray grnrpall gre grepall
pall over tho most of his life The work workone workone wor worone
one does consumes the most of the time timecf timect tin 10 10Cf
cf tho worker and If there Is no Joy in inIt InIt I InIt
It dull indeed Is that life lifeThe lICeThe lifeThe
The one > who is looking forward to toysar a ayear
year year of some special study stud probably nl nlready nlready a aready
ready has an ambition It is I this that thathas thathu liii liiihas
has brought him to the edge or the year yearthat yet yetthat ear earthat
that now thrills him with delight as the thofulfillment therultJllment tl 10 10fuflilment
fulfillment of some long desired wish wishAn wishAn 15h 15hAn
An ambition puts uts zest 01lt Into life m < Only Onlychoosing OnhchooslnJ On y ychoosing
choosing an ambition look ahead to see seewhat seewhat n e ewhat
what Is fulfillment
means Make sure surethat surethnt sui suithat
that its l s fruition will 111 bring happiness happinessEvery happinessEver happinesEvery
Every Ever work offers ocrs subjects for worthy woru woruambition i iambition I Iambition
ambition Choose wisely wise and and not only onlyonjoy on onenjoy I IonJoy
onjoy your our present resent tasks but lay up a ahappy t thappy
coma happy fruitage f iitage for tho years that are to tocoma tocomo i tocomeS I
ests tp bring national activities to a adeadlock adendiook adeadlotk
deadlock This now nationalism naUonaU m regards regardsthe rgar regaristhe s sthe
the executive power ower as the steward of oftho ortho ofthe
tho public welfare It demands of the theJudiciary thejudlcary thejudicIary
Judiciary that It shall be Interested prim primarily prImarily primarily ¬
arily in human welfare e1arf rather than In Inproperty Inproperty inproperty
property just as It demands that the therepresentative therepr therepresentative
representative repr entat1ve body shall represent all allthe allthe
the people rather than any anyone one class or orsection orsection orsection I
section of the people peopleMen
Men Before Dividends DividendsI
I believe In shaping the onds of govern government government governmeat j
ment to protect property as well as a bu human buman buman ¬
man welfare Normally and In the long longrun longrun longrun
run the ends are tho same but whenever wheneverthe wheneverthe
the alternative must be faced I am for formen formen I
men and not for property property I am far from fromunderestimating fromundfr08UmaUng fromunderestimatIng
underestimating the Importance of divi dividends dhldends dicidends ¬
dends but I rank dividends below human humancharacter humancharacter
character I know well that the reform reformers reformor reformens ¬
ers or must not bring upon the people eco economic orenomic ¬
nomic ruin or tho reforms themselves will willgo wiltgo
go down in the ruin But we muet be beready beready
ready to face temporary disaster whether whetheror whethernot
or not brought on by those who ho will war waragainst waragainst
against t us u to the knife Those who whooppose whooppose whooppose
oppose all reform will III do we wed i to remem remember remember rememben ¬
ber that ruin In its worst form is i inevi inevitable IAEWItable
table if our national life bring brl us noth nothing nothIng nothing ¬
ing better than swollen fortunes tortun II for the tbefew thet thefew
few t w and the triumph In both politics and andbusiness andbulne andbusiness
business of a sordid and selftsh Gl 8h material materialism matertalIsm ¬
ism ismIf lamIf
IsmIt
If our political Institutions were perfect perfectthey perfectthe
they the would absolutely AbsoluteJ prevent the pout political polltleal ¬
ical domination of o money in any port portof porto
of o our affairs We need to make our ourpolitical ourpolitical ourpolitical
political representatives r pro entathr 6 more quickly quicklyand quleklyand quicklyand
and sensitively responsive porNilY6 to the lb people peoplewhoee peoplewhOle peoplewhose
whOle servants they tho are More llor direct directaction dtr directaction t taction
action by the people in their own affairs affairsunder affairsunder traJr traJrunder
under proper safeguards is I vitally nec necessary neeOMary ¬
essary easer The direct primary Is a step in inthis Inthl Inthis
this thl = direction dlr Uon if It is associated with 1th a acorrupt aCtJrrupt acorrupt
corrupt practices act effective eftc < tIve to prevent preventthe preventthe preventthe
the advantage of the man willing reckless recklessly reckletWJaIV ¬
ly and unscrupulously unserupuloualf to spend money over overhis ovorhl
his hl more honest competitor r It is particu particularly parUcularly particuarly ¬
larly l important that all moneys received receivedor
or o r expended for campaign purposes purposesshould purpo purposesshould e ehould
should be publicly accounted for not notonly notonly notnly
only o nly after election but before bCor election electionas
as woll Political action must be made madesimpler madehnpler madehnpler
hnpler s easier and freer from confusion confusionfor conCusiontor confusionfor
for every citizen cltl n I believe that tho thoprompt thoprompt theprompt
prompt removal of unfaithful or incom incompetant Incompetant incoenpetant
petant public servants should be made madeeasy madeUy madeeas1
easy Uy and su sns s In whatever whatever way expert experience experlO expertnce ¬
ence O nce O shall show sho to bo most cont t expedient in inany Inany Inany
any given class pf cases casesServe ca caSenc casesServe
Serve the People Alone AloneOne AloneOne AloneOne
One of the fundamental necessities nooe ltles in a arepresentative arepro arepreeentatve
representative repro ntatve government such uch as a ours oursto oursII our ours
to i s to make certain that the men to towhom towhom towbom
whom the th people delegate del te their power powershall powerhalt I IJlhalt
shall s serve rve the people by whom they tile are areelected ar areeIcted I
elected eI ted and not the special interest interestI InterestI interestsboflece
I i believe that every national officer oOlcerelected om omtlected officerelected
elected or appointed should be forbiden forbidento forbld n nto
to t o perform any service or recieve any anycompensation anyrompOOHUon anyompensation
compensation c directly or or indirectly from fromInterstate fromInterBtate fromnterstte
Interstate i corporation and a similar similarprovision similar1Mcwt51on similarprovision
provision could not fail to be useful usefulwithin Yktulwithin usefulwithin
within the States StatesThe satThe StatesThe
The object of government is the welfare welfareoC
oC the people The Tb material I progress progr and andprosperity andp andprosperity
prosperity p perlty of a nation are desirable desirablechiefly drableehleAy desirablechielty
chiefly so far as they lead to the moral moraland mocalaDd moralmaterial
and material welfare of all good citizens citizensJutt cllbenaJUlt
Just in proportion as the average a man manand maaaDd menand
and woman are honest capable of sound soundJudgment souaclj seundjudgment
Judgment j ent and high ideals active in pub pubHe
He lc affairs but but first of all sound In their theirhome t theirhomt elr elrbeme
home life and the father and mother moth ftt ftthellhT ofhealthy t thealthy
healthy children just s so far and no fur further furthor ¬
ther we may ma count our our civilization a sue success suoCtUiS sueWe ¬
cess We must have haveI I behave we e have havealready bavealread
already alread alreadya a a genuine and permanent moral moralawakening moralaoakeaJng
awakening without which hIe no wisdom wM om of oflegislation ofIOCIsIaUon oflegislation
legislation or administration a really reallyanYthing means meansanything meansanything
anything and on the t e other hand we wemust wetry e emuet
must try to secure Ute Ua social and eco economic economic eecni ¬
nomic ni legislation without IOtout which any im improvement Improvement urnprovemnent ¬
provement due to purely moral moralS agitation agitationto agitationnecessarily
to necessarily evanescent e nt What we need needto needJ needie
to good citizens cJtI > na Good citizenship means meansprogress meansprogr meansprogress
progress progr 8 and therefore alt good citizens citizensshould clttenllilhould citizeneshould
should stand for progress and must be beprogressive beprogrlve beprogressive
progressive progressiveNEW progrlveNEW progressiveNE
NEW NE PASTOR TO BE CALLED CALLEDVermont CALLEDVermont CALLEDVermont
Vermont Avenue Church Officers OfficersWill OffioersWill OEoersWill
Will Aot Tonight TonightRev TonightReT
Rev Baric Wllflcy lIne of S SJ Louis May MaySucceed JlnTSUfceed
Succeed SUfceed Rev F D Power PowerWho Powerbo PowerWho
Who bo Is HI HIThe HIThe
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The Vermont Avenue V8DUC Christian Church Churcnwill ChurchvIll
will vIll call a special business meeting Ung of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the the congregation tonight to consider the therecommendation therocommeAdaUon therecommendation
recommendation of the board of officers officersthat 0fi1eer8that officersthat
that Rev Earle Wilfley rUOa oft otSt St Louis Lou Louis be becalled becaJlerl
called as active pastor of the church This Thisaction Thisaction
action is necessary because of the Ill Illness 111nl5S it ¬
ness of the pastor Rev Re F D Power Powerwhich Pow Powwhich Powerwhich
which will prevent his doing active work workThe workThe Ork OrkThe
The church will have two pastors one oneactive oneactive oneactive
active and one passive passiveIt passiveIt
It is not known positively that Rev RevMr Rt RtMr RevMr
Mr WilHey Wnne will accept if called It IP IPbelieved IpbeUeved ii iibelIeved
believed however that such ch a call will willbe willbe 111 111be
be considered favorably favorabl for It is known knownthat knownthat knownthat
that ho regards Washington as an ex exceptionally exceptionally oxcoptionally ¬
ceptionally fine field Dr Power has hassaid bassaid hassaid
said that ho regards Rev Mr Ir Wilfley Wilfleyas llfiey llfieyas
as one of the best pulpit orators in the theChristian theChrlsUan theChristian
Christian Church ChurchRev ChurchRev ChurchRev
Rev Mr Wllfley was born in Kansas KansasCity KansasCity as asClt
City Clt Mo Ho Is a graduate of Bethany BethanyCollege Beua BeuaColloge BeUcayColloge
Colloge in West Virginia ad a d of Chi Chicago ChIcago Cliicage ¬
cago University His HI pastorates have havebeen havebeen havebeen
been at Newcastle Wabash and Craw Crawfordsvllle erawfordsvl1le Crawfordsville
fordsvllle Ind and St Louis Mo Howhere Mowhere Mowhere
where he was was pastor of First Christian ChristianChurch ChristianChurch ChristianChurch
Church He Is conducting a party JWr in inEurope inEurope InEurope
Europe now and will return Septem September September September ¬
ber 12 12Dr 12Dr 12Dr
Dr Power is in a serious condition conditionLast conditionLast conditionLast
Last October he suffered a cerebral c rebralhom rebralhomorrhage Hem Hemorrhage homorrhage ¬
orrhage and since then has given up ac active actire ¬
tIe work in the church He is at pres present prosent ¬
ent at Bethany Beach recuperating recuperatingOn
On September 26 2 he will fit have completed completedthirtyfive completedthlrtfive completedthirtyfive
thirtyfive years ears of active service in the thechurch thechurch thechurch
church
Rev Dr Radcliffe Is Back BackRev DnckRe BackRev
Rev Re Wallace Radclifte pastor of New NrwYork NewYork
York Avenue Presbyterian Churoh will willoccupy willoccUU willOCCUJO
occupy his pulpit next Sunday morning morningafter morningafter
after an absence of three months He Hewont Hevont
wont as a delegate to the Worlds Con Conference Contoronet Conference ¬
ference of Missions held in Edinburgh Edlnbur EdinburghScotland h hScotland j jScotland
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difference between these roods ood8 and the imported ginghams sell selling selling ll ¬
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S Is rare good fortune f6rtunethlnk think of buying buyla material and having just as Rice Riceand niceand ic icWevs
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H clu clusive lve designs and many of tbe them cannot be had after th those now In Inst instock
st stock Ck ar are sold out It Is a a rood poU poliry to set ant cholcplck 0 out the theexclusive
n 1 extIu exclusive styles When you are here we want you to compa compare these theseginghams
ginghams lft haIl18 with lth those at tic 5e and Uj You cannot tall tf be impressed Impreuedwith impressedwith
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