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TUESDAY SEPTEMBER 20 1910 1910Game 1910Game 11OGame
Game of Artful Politics PoliticsA
A great political game ame IB I now being beingplayed beIngplaj beIngplayed
played plaj d In Now York Stto Roosevelt Rooseveltunderstands Rool eClt eCltunderstands
understands the game He can play it itquite Itquite 11 11quite L
quite as e well as a Barnes or Woodruff or orany oran oxany
any an of the rot of them themEmissaries tbemEmlS8 theaEtniseariet
Emissaries EmlS8 ri s sent nt to Beverly were In Instrumental Instrumental ¬
strumental in involving InYOhln the President in inthe Intho ir irthe 1 1
the Imbroglio over the temporary chair chairmanship chairmanship ¬
manship of the Saratoga Sara convention conventionthing a athing athing L
thing small maU enough onou h In itself but affect affecting att et etIng ¬
ing In party discipline and leadership lea er lp and andthe andUte an ante I 1
the te political J tJeal fortunes of men menThe menT
The T ProsMent IrQ lettt sought to Keep his hands handsafV n hendxaif9f nds ndsqtJt I 1
qtJt afV f ceorso but t that was wa v contrary to tothffame toU U Utkatme
U tkatme thffame thffameAn p pJt
An Ai Jt unwitting victim of artful politic politicwith poJltie8with
with th progressives PIOC1 ves avowedly avowed out of ofsympathy ofpathy o f
sympathy pathy with him and his admlnlstra admtnletratlen
lien ht moat bo placed In a role of o f
antagonism to the regulars re lars steadfastly Itoodtatlyuportla moadfastl r
supporting uportla him hhnTherein himrhoroln
Therein developed this artful political politicalpM poIitic poIiticItY 1 1
pHy pM ItY and therein Avas revealed the skilled skilledhand skillethand kIile I
hand so artfully engaged in it Itthe the past pastJItfLtr pastmatatr
twister of the game gameAnd
And now after the melodramatic meet meeting meetIng meeting ¬
ing at New Haven we shall expect har harmony harmonyharmony ¬
mony monyharmony harmony with a big H All will be bePaaee beP4ae b C
Paaee Pae and Accord and Brotherly Brother Love Lovewith LovewUh Lov Lovtlth tl
with the square deal principle triumphant triumphanteyery triumphanterery triumphantevery
every sentence of the decalogue truly trulyvindicated trubofndeated trui truisindleated
vindicated and the redoubtable T R if ifha Itho I f
ft
ho still choose wielding wleldln the gavel Avel at atSeratoga a t t
Seratoga SaratogaIt
It will be harmony harmon big enough and andthick an ii I
thick enough to cut and slice and dis flstribute
tribute among the faithful until the theconvention theconentlon th thconvention 9
convention is over and then will come comethe comothe corn 0 3
the accounting acaounttngVe
We Ve abhor machine politics Whenever Wheneverit r
it rears its ugly head we feel like hit hitting
ting it it But in one aspect machine machinepolitics machinepolitics U
politics appeals to us It is open and andabove an a j
above board and in the parlance of the theItreat th e i
street on the level levelOf levelor
Of course It Secretary Norton is going goingte goin olng olngW g j
te write another latter it may ma help the theMaine the1Ialno th C 3
Maine situation somewhat somewhatMunicipal I mewhat mewhat1rlunicipal
Municipal Ownership OwnershipIt
It is I curious and a little more than thanaggravating tim n
aggravating agg avating that municipal ownership of ofpublic c cpublic if f
public utilities has never been a big suc suceose suefSf
eose fSf in this thl country countr The more so when whenwe whenwe whe n
we are constantly hearing from other othereowntrioe othereMtntrlos othe ir r
eowntrioe e untrlos that do make it a success successBaeent successaHont a
Baeent eeeatt trade reports rop rtJI of the United State StateDepartment StatOMDepartment g
Department of Commerce and Labor Laborbring LaborbrillS Labc ir r
bring the news that municipal ownership ownershipin ownarshi p p
in many foreign cItIes has recently made madegreat madesreat mad Le a
great strides In Belfast for instance instancethe Instaneethe instane4the
the street car service has been run at low b lv v i ifare
fare t ftr rl with marked success and special specialcars spacialrs ti lvti 1
cars rs s are run at fixed hours night and andntorning andDOrnlng an annorning 41 j
ntorning to transport worfcinfmen to and andrem andtrom an d fl
from rem their work and their homes at a two twocents Jwoceas pv 0eeatts 0
cents for any an distance During Durl the rest restof r at t i iot
of the day the regular fare on the street streetoars 5treetGars stroi t t
oars is two cents for the average dis distance dttance dli 5 5tance ¬
tance of two miles Writing on condi conditions conditions I ¬
tions in Belfast Unites States Consul ConsulMiller ConsullllIer Consi Lxi LxiMiller tl
Miller lllIer says eaysThe 885The
The satisfactory satllfactor management of this thissystem thlsaystem tl Is a
system of city olt transportation its special specialadaptation specialIldaptatlon sped ii 1
adaptation to the character of the city cIt
its t economical administration its free freedom treedOm frei freidom ¬
dom from accidents and low 10 cost of oftransportation ottransportation f ftransportation
transportation commend it as of special specialinterest specialInterost specil at l
interest to the student of municipal municipalownership municipalownorshlp Si Ll
ownership of city tramways tramwaysIn tramwa s sIn
In Birmingham B1mln ham England the city has hasalways hasalways hi s salways
always owned its street oar tracks but butit butIt b ut utIt 1
it has leased them to companies upon uponterms uponterms up n nterms
terms that repay the cost of laying layingthem layingthem layir g gthem
them within the terms of the lease leaseThis lenseThis lens e eThis
This eyetem did not prove satisfactory satisfactoryand aatl satisfactor satisfactorand taetorj taetorjand
and as the leases have run out since sin °
1807 the city has been operating operatin the theoars theQars ti tioars
oars itself In 1911 when all the leases leasesexpire loasesexpire loss Cs Csexpire
expire the city cU will operate oJ rate every traction tractionline tractionline tractio n nline
line in its territory Consul Halstead Halsteadat d dat I
at BJrmingham says saysIn MfSIn saysIn
In the year ended March 31 IMS 100s the thetot ti ic ictoti e
total tot l revenue was 1409125 14 l5 and the theoperating theoperating tl ie ieoperating e
operating expenses JS97SS S7Z3 leaving a aprofit aprofit aprofti
profit over working workln ex expense nSeM of USLZI 888391 888391of ISD391ot 11 11of
of which whlc1 sum 1fO37 170327 was ns applied to re r e ¬
duce taxation and the balance was used ust
to pay interest on money borrowed and tu
to sinking alnkin and reserve rOS f funds Working Workin Workinmen Porkln Porklnmon
men are transported on certain of these the
lines a distance of more than four miles mU Os Osor g
for or 2 cents oeat As a ft rule a workingmans workingmanstJeket worklngm ns LS LSticket s
ticket return trip costs about 3 cents centso cent 5
To o secure ccurc these reduced rates he must muststart mu at atstart t
start tart at any time before S a ft m but he henmy hey hexsoy e
nmy y return at any time during the day dayIn dayIn dayIn
In Leeds those thoa in
charge of the mu municipallyowned munlalpftUyowned m U Unieipalyowned ¬
nicipallyowned tramways are planning planningto plannii tag tagto
to take up the handling of heavy hea freight freightae freig lit litso 1
ae as to help manufacturers get their theirproducts theirproduots th iir iirproducts
products to market at the lowest possible possiblecost possibleoet possil le lecoat
cost oet Special cars are being built for this thispurpose thispUr ti xis xispurpeee
pUr purpose and it is said that the new serv servlee servJle ser 1 1iso
lee will in no way interfere with the thepassenger thel t he hepassenger
passenger l engar traffic trafficIn trafficIn trafficIn
In Amsterdam where w ere they the have been beentrying beentI1lng be en entrying
trying a system of reduced fares on ontheir ontholr onthoir
their municipallyowned street oars there therelet there thereIs the re reIa
let complaint of unsatisfactory un returns returnsThere returnsThere returt s sThere
There has been np n loss in running the thecars theoars t he heoars
oars but the thpr th profits jQftt t1tfJ have not been so BOlarge solarge solarge
large as they tl1Qf thiqytre WEre tfere formerly Round Roundtrip Roundtrip Itou nd ndtrip
trip tickets fn Amsterdam msterdam sell for four fourcents tourcents to ur urcents
cents and yet in 190S the business re x e ¬
4
turned tur ned a profit to the municipality of J269 269
1GS 162of and it is shown that the lower rate rateot
of fare greatly increased the passenger passengertramc passengerfflc
traffic tra fflc and BO proved an economy for fora fora forgreater
a greater number numberot of citizens In the face faceot
I o of records such as these it is Idle for torus
15 us uspu to say sa that municipal ownership of otpublIc ofblic
public pu blic utilities is a dream Its realization realizationdepends realizationdepends realizationpends
depends de pends however altogether upon the thekind theJdnd
kind ki nd of municipal government under underwhloh
kiwh
W which wh ich it Is 14 14tried tried Municipal ownership ownershipin ownershipthe
I in the average ringridden American city cityor cl clor
0 or orru in any an city where wher partisan politics politicsrule
rule ru le would be a failure costlwand costl and abject abjectThe abjecthe
The T he new White House cow may be besaid besaid
g said sai d to be le creme creme de la oreme of bovine bovinesociety bovineciety
s society societyA societyA so ciety
A Wail Across the Continent ContinentThe
The Portland Oregonian dodging its own ownInqulr ownuiry
Inquiry inq uiry What has become bec me of the party partythat partythat partyat
tl that th at elected Taft answers sententiously sententlouslyAsk sentonUouslYffAsk
ffAsk Ask A Aha sk Roosevelt and throws up its itshands itshAnds
hands handsHere hAndsHere ha nds ndsHere
Here Is a catechism cat ch1 chini m recently printed printededitorially printededitorially
editorially ed itorially in that th t always stalwart but but110W
n now no w hopeless champion or Republican RepublicanIsm
JQ ism isn i and which will tend to enlighten the theEast theEast
E East Ea st as to the state of mind of the G GO 0P
O P on the coast coastWhat coastWhat
What Is insurgency InsurgencA insurgencyA
A sort of nn epidemic which has hasspread
spread all over the United States StatesFor StlltesFor StatesFor
For what object objectTo objeotTo objectTo
To split the Republican party into intotwo Intotwo
two factions factionsWhat tactlonsWht
What Is the result resultThus
Thus far the election of Democratic DEimoorattcCongrosamen DemocraticCongressmen
Congressmen in districts that have havealways havealwa haveaiwnys
always alwa s been safely satcl Republican RepublicanIs
Is the disease spreading spreadingRpad
Read the returns from Maine As AsMnlne
Maine goes go S so goes the Union UnionWhat UnionWhat tnionWhat
What is the remedy remedyThere
There is none The Democrats are areplaying areplaln
playing plaln both ends against the middle middleThat
That party presents pr tmts a solid front frontWill frontW111
Will the next Congress be b Demo Democratlc Democratic
cratlc cratlcMaybe cratlcMa craticMaybe
Maybe Ma be two to one oneWhat oneWhat oneWhat
What about Oregon OregonThe
The worst duck in the puddle puddleWill puddleil
Will 11 Oregon elect ele t a Democratic DemoaraUcgovernor Democraticgovernor
governor in November NovemberPossibly ovtmb6r ovtmb6rP05
Possibly P05 lbly lblyHow
How HOt about Congressmen CongressmenYe
We Ye are worried But whats the use useThere useThere useThere
There is i no Republican party in InOregon InOregon
Oregon OregonWhat OregonWhat OregonWhat
What has become of the party that thatelected thatelected thatelected
elected Taft TaCtAsk TaftAsk
Ask Roosevelt RoosoeltThe
The Oregonians pessimism is natural naturalenough naturalenough 1
enough e yet et wholly partisan and Is Isa I Ipessimism S
a pessimism 01Jslmlsm shared fully by the Old OldGuard OldGuard Oh
OhI
Guard G < uard throughout the land l nd Accentuated Accentuatedby I
j by b y the news from Maine this partisan pnrtlsanposslmlsm n
j pessimism p essimism will t1ll be felt at the polls with withcrushing withcruehlng
c crushing cr uelting effect no doubt doubtBut doubtBut doubtBut
But no newspaper has license to throw throw5UCl1 throt
a such ucli a question into the teeth of Thoo Thoodore Thoodore
dore d are Roosevelt It is Impertinent and andmore andmore an anore xl
dm
n more m ore It is nothing nothln less than a sign of ofmoral otmorAl o t
r moral m oral obliquity obliquityr obliquityMr
Mr r Coy CO of Yale says Stl S that football footballIs II
Is a game for gentlemen Not too gen gentlo Jentlo gene
tlo ti e though
Profitable Kindness KindnessWhen KindnessWhen KindnessWhen
When the United Unlt d States alone of o all aUnations a 11 11ir j
r nations n that were Involved In the Boxer Boxeruprising Boxeruprising Boxe ir r
uprising u In China decided to return to toChina t thina a
c China C hina her share of the Indemnity of 830 80 p poooo
f 000000 o Imposed upon the Chinese nation nationour
our o ur government was moved we know by b ba hsense 1 y
a sense of kindness and by that feeling feelingof feelingot feelin gf g
c of o f Inherent justice that has always mark marked man r rthe
ed the dealings of this republic with withother withother wit h hther
c other o ther nations China on her hand acted actedwith actedwith acte d
with w ith wisdom when accepting our gen generous get
e erous e rous offer she decided to expend the themoney tli 6
r money m oney thus returned in educating a a num number number 5 ¬
ber b er of her youths In our ways was customs customsand customjand ir
and a nd commerce commerceSeventytour
Seventyfour of these Chinese youths yout youtave ouths outhshave g
have h ave Just arrived arrlv d on our shores and are areentering areenterIng ax e entering
entering e at once in American colleges and anduniversities andunl6r an d dniversities
universities unl6r u iUes They are re educated Chinese Chinesemen Chln6lcmen e een
men m en of good family famll They are well sup supplied supplt sutlied
plied plt p lied d with moans and with the desire of ofprogress if t trogress
progress p and In the course of a few fewyears tewYeflrs fe w wthey v
years they the will U be turned out as well ed educated educated e 1 1cated
ucated u as the ordinary American grad graduate gnat I IatC
uate u atC Then they will return to China Chinafor Chlnafor Chinaor
for f or that is part of the agreement under undetwhler undi ar arhiel r
which w hiel we have received them themfit fit to take takeup tal re rep 6
up u p the work of instructing their fellow fellowcountrymen follo folloountrymen
countrymen c They will be native mls ml mlslonarles mlionanies i
sionarles s In a foreign cause and It will willbe willbe w ill ille H
be b e their task to carry on the upward upwardmovement upwa d dIs
movement toward modernism which has hasalrotlfly h Is
already a made considerable progress since sinceopium sini re repIum e
opium o pIum smoking was prohibited In China Chinaa1 Chit ta talout a
about a1 a lout ut thr three y yeara ears ar ago agoAnd O OAnd
And the leaven that will work through throu throui h hthe hhe
the t he various arloua provinces of China through throughthe throui h lihe
the t he medium of these educated Chinese Chinesewill ChinesewUl Chine Sc Scwill ie
will be an American leaven The practl practlcal practical i iat
cal c at results that shall come from this thismovement Ui 13 13movement
movement will be be certainly a much bet better better be t ter ¬
ter t er understanding understa dlng between the peoples of otthe ofhe
the t he two nations natlo ii There will be a desire desireon deal re ren
on o n the part of many Chinese to emulate emulatetheir emulatetheir emula te teheir e
their t educated countrymen there will be becreated 1 becreated
created at the same time an ever ln Increasing I n nreasing l
creasing c demand for American goods In Intho Inhe n
the t he Celestial Empire lies one of the most mostgigantic mostgigantic mc st stgigantic it
gigantic potential markets In the world worldIt wor It Itis 1
It Is a market In which the English and andthe ai rd rdthe id
the Germans have ho ve been first In the field fieldand fieldand lie Id Idand jf
and we have their keen competition to tocombat tocombat tocombat 0
combat No surer or better means of ofentering atenter1n ofentering
entering enter1n the field fairly and squarely squarelycould squarelycould square ly lycould y
could have been devised than this educa educational educational educ a ational l
tional method which the kindness and andfairness andalrneSft a nd ndfairneso id
fairness of cur diplomacy has brought broughlabout broughtabout broug ht htabout it
about and made possible possibleI possibleIt
It is quite proper for the Mississippi Mississippipress MI Misaissir ls lppl lpplpress ipi ipipress ji
press to be indignant
over the false re report r C Cport >
port that six negroes negro s were lynched There Therewere The re rewere
were only five fiveAnd fieAnd fiveAnd
And not a word from Syracuse S racuse Univer Universlty University Univ xr xrshy
shy yet Stricken dumb Chancellor ChancellorDay ChancellorDay Chancell or orDay r
Day DayDid DayDid DayDid
Did you OU ever observe that always alwasaround aiwa ys ysaround
around campaign time there Is talk of otCanadian ofCanadian f
Canadian reciprocity reolprocltyDob reciprocityBob
Bob Chanler Is doing well as Cava CavalIerls Ca a aliens
liens press agent And the job is worth worthmore worthmore war ti timore
more than 90 a month no th too tooJudge tooJudge tooJudge
Judge Parker says that Roosevelt Roo 61t will w1llnot ill illnot
not dare to realize his dream Prob Probably Prc b bably
ably 8 l not Hell wake up soon soonA soonA soonA
A judge in Poughkeepsie has Issued Issuedan Issuedan issu ed edan
an injunction forbidding torblddln a man to speak speakto speakto ape ak akto
to his wife for thirty days His fate fateIs tateIs ft tte tteIs
Is to stay downtown downtownIt
It Is reported that goldfish g ldfish eat
mos mosquitoes mosquitoes mi s squitoes ¬
quitoes But you cannot take goldfish to tobed tob tobd
bed b with you youThe youThe ou ouThe
The Hebdomadal H bdomadal council of Oxford Uni University University U ni niversity ¬
versity is worrying over making the thestudy thestud I he hestudy
study stud of Greek optional This will be beGreek beGreek C CGreek
Greek to a good many manyThe manyThe manyThe
The Chinese tongs t ngs of San Francisco Franciscohave Franciscohave Francix aco acohave
have agreed to cease fighting while Prince Prir Ice
T Teal Ts al Hun uncle of the Chinese Emper Emperor ¬
01 or Is In this country countr Let us keep the theprince theprInce theince
p prince pr ince here hereMrs hereMrs heroMrs
Mrs Amy D Winship who is entering enteringthe enteringthe enteringe
tj the th e University of California at the age ageof ageot ageeightyone
01 of ofju eightyone can hardly be called a ajunior ajunior anior
ji junior juniorWe juniorVo ju nior niorWe
We Vo have not heard much about the thepure thepure there
pure pu re food law recently It must be mak making makIng makg ¬
j5
ing in g good goodA goodA goodA
A blacksmith of Pittsburg broke broc his log logchasing logchasing legasing
c chasing ch asing a skunk Perhaps more fortu fortunate fortunate fortute ¬
n nate na te than It he had caught it itMore ItMore itMore
More coal fields discovered in Alaskal AlaskalNow AlaskalNow Alaskalow
N Now ow where Is Cunningham CunninghamThe CunninghamThe CunninghamThe
The voters In Mr Cannons district say saythey saythey sayey
they th ey are going to return him to Con Congress Congress ¬
gress gr grbe oss as a matter of pride Pride goeth Roethbefore goethbetore goethfore
b before be fore a fall fallWoman taUWoml1n
Woman ruled man for centuries says saysProf saylSProto saysof
Proto Pr of Clark of the University of Chicago ChicagoYes ChicagoY
Yes Y s and shes still or tho Job JobA jobA
A North Carolina farmer complains complainsthat complalnthat complainsat
t that th at crows have eaten 4060 of his hischickens hisohlckens
o chickens ch ickens this year Relief Is in sight sightRating sIghtKatlng sightating
Rating Jt ating crow is going to be fashionable fashionablesoon fashionableeoon fashionableen
e soon soonThe eoonThe se en enThe
The number of people who drop dead deadsuddenly deadsuddenly
s suddenly su ddenly has increased materially material since slnq slnqnlrahlPti
a ai airships rship were Invented ImcntedA
A merchant Irt New York Yorkis is advertising advertisingfor
for fo r sale his entire stock of notions notionsIf notionsthey
I If they tho are queer enough he can find a aready aready aady
r ready re ady market for them In Oklahoma OklahomaThe OklahomaThe OklabomaThe
The Ohio State Journal SIs There Thereare Thereare Theree
a are ar e too many man dark spots In Columbus ColumbusJack ColumbusJkGk Columbusak
j Jack Je ak Johnson has hnabeen been playing there thereThe thoreI11e thereThe
The man who Wh traded one of his children childrenfor childrenor
f for fo or r a pig was made by the authorities authorItiesto
to give the pig back Tough on the thechild theQhUd t
c child childEven QhUdBven qh iid iidEven
Even In tha th cartoons Roosevelts Is Ishave Ishave Isave
j have h ave It ItWhat ItWhat it
What about potash asks the St StLouis
l Louis L ouis PostDispatch Well what about aboutPOLITICAL nb01ltIt
i It it
POLITICAL POINTS POINTSPresident POINTSPresident
President Taft appears to have called calledin call I
j in seine expert cWrogmpiitets ChirO iIIIWtI3 to translate te band bandwrltlBC aDd aDdwrlUml
wrltlBC w > xltisg M the wall 311 n MJ says the Kansas City C1t SUr SUrA SUrJIttleal Starpettkal
A paMtteal btaeksinith rather r oonslderine tfce tfcetarns 1MeNms t tlenui
eNms e lenuiA tarns Job JobA jA
A moral Issue l eue In the Dingle tariff tariffpurposely tarlrtPItlJQadr f
I purposely P 1b made hIss in I aatkifutten a tSeiJtlU n of rwfjHwstty rwfjHwsttyredttcttoctt rndprecltrrechIcUoIIt redpreotndoctises
redttcttoctt re tit MT sat < T came ClZH y yet < t undisturbed aDder andwRooMTdt aDderRooseteit
RooMTdt fl I An tepdltacBt ertsot Uxwsht t sir sirPoor drPoor sirPoor
Poor Ballinger His own State took a aswipt awlfIt t
si swipt ip at MM in I a MJttuaUmit arfoatiBg Polndexter for Ue UeSesaJe UteScadt th C
SesaJe ScadtThe S SesaJeThe esate
The Ultimate Consumer a myth In lOflO lOflOis 1900Is 19
J is b0kbi tig sr KP frets er enQ y 4 aarter arUr IB 1 the Bar 1F SUU SUUU Stawt Stat a
t t U ee Nreuo wlMftAOllf sortiasiting i e dajrs 61 sad maktas maks Henry Cak Cabs CIMtIAIIp Cabspolitical t tLotseB
LotseB IAIIp ° political We perfectly raberabie Can UM UMLion uLIH t S
Lion L bs Tam C r appease a ue the eteUepsreus itxliridwal itxliridwalA
A Democratic victory I tor will not upset upsetrw upsetrPft upse t
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rPft r rw eseat Bt Iioiawi I IsIa tradHiMi in Me H iwroet The tw twHM tlfe tlfeHMeIer C
HM HMeIer H oeair ir S S 4ten atws win ntt detf4 detpkoc e each ether etherVlth tcr r rlth
With lth the boost T R has given him himwby himwhy I Ihy
why w hy gJwttWBt BH Cox GO after Dicks Dlek toga if be Jtef b S SIlico
feel f < 1 Iflca it itA ItA
A WORD FOR THE CHINESE
Celestial C telltlnl flea Everything Eer > tblng to Gain bjr bTComing 1 r
Coming to This Country CountryFrom CountryFrom
From the DeMon TraTticr TraTticrLast TRn TruekrLast r rLast
Last Sunday Sunda in Springfield four China Chinamen Chinamen Chinamen ¬
men were dragged c1ra ged from a freight car carnearly carnearby ca r
nearly n early dead They had tried to get into intothe Intothe mt 0
the t he country from Canada by hiding In a aelosed
closed c losed box car full of hay ha Their water watersupply watersupply
supply s ran out Crammed into a foot of ofspace orspace o
space pC5 between the bales of hay ha and the thetop thetop th a
top t op of the car these men had lain mo motionless maionless I
tlonless t for days and at last perishing perishingof perlshlnat ir irof
of thirst thirst had made their presence known knownby knownb know n
by b feeble cries f f3r > r water waterServes waterSryem
Serves cm right you any We t3 dont dontwant dontwant don t
want any smuggled Chinamen in this thiscountry thiscountr Uxi 5 5country
country countr countrOt
Of course we dont want them TVa W Whave Ya Yahave
have to bar the swarming millions of ofAsia otAsa a
Asia to protect ourselves and maintain maintainour maintainour a
our standard of living livingBut JIvingBut
But theres ther s tragedy In it Did you ever everthink everthink eve r
think of the Chinamans side of the ques qUC8tlon quo quotion
tlon At home there are those hundreds hundredsor S Sof
of millions CO1 consuming umlng food faster than thanthe thanthe tha n
the soil can produce It It America Is the thepromised th C Cpromised
promised land In just as real a sense as asIt a at
It t ever was to Puritan Russian refugees refugeesd
or povertystricken poert strlcken Italians The China Chinaman Chinaman Chin Chinman ¬
man painfully palntul saves passage money mone from fromthe tromtlte trot TI TIhe
the t he toll of many man years he learns a little IIttloEngUsh littl irs irsEnglish
English in England or Canada he sneaks sneaksInto snealt s sinto
into the country frightened and starved starvedand stlrOOand starvedand
and we throw thr w him out like a criminal crIminaljust 1 1just
Just because he wants to earn a living livinghere livin g ghere
here hereWith
With all our political wrongs and our ourhigh ourhigh ot ir irhigh
high cost of living the average citizen citizenmay citizenmay citize In Inmay
may well feel a a lively sence of satlsfac satlsfaction satisfaction satisfattion
tion and gratitude In contemplation of ofthese otthese at atthese
these yellow enow immigrants immigrantsAn immigrantsUnprejudiced
An Unprejudiced Juror JurorFrom Jurorthe
From ° ° the Kansas Kan o1S City Cit Star StarIn StarIn StarIn
In a southern county of Missouri years yearsago yea ears earsago 5 5ago
ago when the form of o questioning was wasslightJ w L Lslightly
slightly different from now much trouble troublewas troub le leexperienced
was experienced in getting a Jury in a amurder amurder
murder trial trialFinally trialFinally
Finally an old ol fellow answered every cveryquestion ever F Fquestion
question satisfactorily He had no preju preJudices i idices
dices was not opposed to capital pun punIshment pu puIshment
Ishment and was generally considered a avaluable avalunble avaluable
valuable find Then the prosecution said saidsolemnly saIdsolemnly sa id idsolemnly
solemnly solemnlyJuror solemnlyJuror
Juror look upon the prisoner prls prisoner pri S Soner
oner look upon the Juror jurorThe jurorThe
The old man adjusted his spectacles spectaclesand rs rsand
and peered at the prisoner for a full half halfminute haIrminute ha if ifminute
minute Then turning to the court he hesaid hesald I te tesaid
said saldJudge
Judge durned if I dont believe hes hesguilty hesguilty he a aguiity
guilty
Force of Habit HabitFrwn JlnbltFrem IlabifFran
Fran the Bc Bctan ten Transcript TranecriptDiner TranecrlptDinerHow TranscriptDinerHow
Diner DinerHow How Is It that most of the things thingsr thin ga gaon
on your bill of fare are struck out outWalter outValter outWalter
Walter confidingly confidlnglYO Our r new manager managerused managerused manag er erused
used to be an editor eell editorGOLDENliOn tor torGOLDEXnOD
GOLDEVIIOD GOLDEVIIODTilts
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Tilts world is full of beauty
And the Marta of nwn are cay
The eblMrM about with elatines elatinesAll glailnesaAU lal1ness lal1nessAn
All tbrowgh the ennny day
But tile days are growing shorter and my heart is
rifted with rfo siooen siooenPer n nPer
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II IIIts I IIIts
Its I sweet tt to tee the beauty bonlt
And AJ ita it a wrong to be b so sad sadWhen sadWhan
When WI the tb toyine Ilrng of c the children cidre sa
SboBld Shl make mke my old ol heart hear glad gld
Bat ray tr days dr are ae growipj gnnvl shorter Moe and I seem sm to tosense toIm
sense Im my doom doomPer dom domF doomFor
Per F the Ue in bloom b k kt11 katyrlids tydd are calling cUng and an the goldenrods gldenr goldenr ti a
I JI III IIIAvrake IIIAwake
Awake tny ny y soul st aouf to t comfort cmfo eamfortMy
My 11 heart l rt fors forget ott t thy th fear lor oar
If I my days cp are ar growing gwlr shorter mor
Then Te heaven JWle It IB more tor near neA nea neaIf
If the
I tatydids btr1 are tailing Clng
And the t e crickets cdcets song ng is 1 told tolda toldTic
Tk Tic a promise 1rls roniise that tht the apringtime
Shall follow winters Irnge
51 o1o mnter1 cold
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With Wih In i the te bloom bo children chUdn ever etr ere singing an and the goldenrod gldnr golden rod 1
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A LITTLE LITTL L1TTLENONSENSE L1TTLENONSENSETHE NONSENSE NONSENSETHE NONSENSE NONSENSETiE
THE TiE VANISHING VA ISII G VINE VINEWoman VIXEWoman VINEWoman
Woman was a fragile tragle thing thingIn thingIn
In the days of old lang sync syn synTo
To her husband she would cling clingLike clng clngLike
Like a vine vineNow VIMNow
Now the clinging clnging type Is rare raNHas
Has been long upon the shelf h lt ltModern
Modern woman can take care careOf Cre CreOf careOf
Of herself herselfModern
Modern husbands we confess confessAre ptess ptessre
Are re a rather tiresome tresome paqk paqkOnly paQkOnly
Only used to hook a dress dress dressUp
Up the baok baokFun
Pull Dreau Dre1 Necessary lecelnr lecelnrWh
Why Wh are you dressing dr lng so early In the themorning
morning morningPhy m orning orningWhy
Why Phy I am reading an English novel noveland novelnnd
and an anfe d It Is so dreadfully drodtuly swagger sw ger that I Iteel
feel fe el out of place in a tea gown gownler
Her ler Career CareerWeU
Well has your yur college colege daughter decided decidedupon dQol ed edUpon
upon up on her career qareGrYQs qarer7
Yes he has blue eyes e Els brown hair hairand
and an ti works In a hardware store store storeTbe
The Tie TIeThey
They quarrel dreadfully dredrulY Im Im told toldYes
Yes I think she would sue for a adivorce
divorce di vorce but for the fact that he has
n nearly ne arly enough tobacco coupons to get a apiano
n piano pi ano
Modern CampaIgnIng Campaigning1An
An oration oraton scarcely sarcely pays paysA paysA
A debate debte dbat Is too much bother botherSo botherSo botherSo
So the statesman merely says saysYoure saysYoure
Youre another anotherBoth
Both Exempt ExemptDo
Do your daughters help their mother motherwith motherwih
with wih w ith the housework houseworkWe houseworkWe
We wouldnt think of expecting expectng it ftMuriel
j Muriel M uriel is temperamental tempermQntal and Zaza Zaz is isIntense IsInton86
Intense Inton86 in tense
A Good Scheme SchemeWh
Why Wh does doe a player plye pick up two hats hatsbetore
before b efore he h gees gOe to t the plate plateIt
It makes mkos one bat bt seem lighter lghter dont dontOU
you y OU see sie 1 1I I II
I see S e Its Is a fine scheme aheme I think Ill Illtry I1
trh try tr tr y it on the biscuits bisit at our boarding boardinghouse
house h ouse
A Futile Futle Scheme SchemePolteal
Political Polteal ingratos Ingrta are re getting gettng so com common
mon m on that the expression expr ton doesnt doont mean mon monanthlng
anything a in particular prtlculr these th e days da daEDMON
EDMOND EDMON HOSTANDS ROSTADS BARBER BARBERIna
Has Ina h as Shaved Poet for Years Yet YetNever Yetccr TelNever
Never ccr heard Hint 11m SpeaU SpeaUParis SpenL
Paris V aris r Lotttr L to London Ttfesmpfa TtfesmpfaOne T TOne
One of M Edmond Rostands moet mt fer Cerot
vent v ot ent admirers is i a sad 5d and almost almot do dosPlrlns
sPlrlns s paining man man For Por years he has felt fel Ilka lke lketcrlnG a
tearing tcrlnG t tti his hair hall with molfaton mortification and andtime andtme anc I
time tme ti me only onl increases IfMi hIs hf chagrin He is Isthe Ii S
the t he poets pets barber brbr and he has ha never heard heardthe her I j jthe
the t he poet pet speak splk He has shaved shao him daily dailyand dly dlyan P
and a nd cut his still locks
an ct Ut plentiful plenttul weekly weeklyfor weekl weeklfor
for f or years yers at Cambo C b but bt he was never nevermanaged nevermnage neve r
managed mnage naged to make mko him open opn his lips 1 He Helas Hi a
Has las h as thrown out the most mst fetching f thlng sug suggastions sU sUg
g gastions estions tons made the moat mt ludicrous luJrou obser observatlons obsorUOM
vatlons v UOM given the moet mot exasperating easpratng hints hint I
that tht the conversation convestonl knowledge knowl6se of the thebrbr I
barber brbr can devise devis but he has ha never nevermoved nevermvd neveioved r
moved mvd m oved M I Rostand RosUnd to words either In In Interest Interest ¬
terest t sympathy sympth or rage rce The poet PO t may mayhav ma maave
have hav h hh ave winced wlne frowned fr wno smiled smied may mi even evenhave evenhave eve eveave
have h ave shed she tears te at the hairdressers halrre6s per persistent persistent ¬
sistent s efforts etort to draw him but he h has hasnever hasneer ha S
never n ever been drawn drawnOne
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more mre in the etymological et mJgtl sarse gersthe sensethe the tan tantalizing tantalzlng
talizing talzlng t torment of the barber brber or the theheroism theheroism lb a
heroism h of the poet pet the poets pets sufferings sufferingsor autornp autornpor
or o r the barbers brbrs pertinacity Any An stub stubbornly stubbrnly
brnly b bornly silent lilnt customer cuaomer must pain pn a hair hir hirdrese
dresser drese d resser but the Ue grief glet must grow gow a mil milllonfold ml
llonfold l when the
customer Is M Edmond Edmon I
Ro R Bostand t trd trdThe rd
The tortured torture barber brbr of Cambo CAmb suffers suffersthe sufferhe S
the t he more because beau other great sret men have havespoken haespken bar S Sit
spoken spken s to him When Phen geniuses enlus6 entusez go O down downto dew it
to t o visit M Rostand Rostan they get M Rostands Rostandsbarber Rotandi Rotandibrber a
barber brber to shave sava them the they speak sPek to him himand himand his it
and a nd what is worse wors speak sp9k to him of o M MRostand N NRostand I
Rostand Coquelin COu Jn was shaved shave by him himand him2ncl bin it
and 2ncl a nd spoke to him Signor Gabrlele Gabiele dAn d An Annunzlo
nunzlo n unalo has bs been ben shaved shve by him and has hasspoken isa s I
spoken s to him M 1 Roatand RCtan alon is issilent Isstent I S
silent stent s The Th Th despairing desPlrlng barber brber who has hasnever hasneer aa S
never been betn to Paris has made up his hismind hismind hi S
mind to eme come < x mo up the n next xt time M 1 Ro Rotand R Rtand floe floea
tand t somes 5es and an tt t force or o worm Irs Irsway hsway h hway a
way into ducheeees duehees drawingrooms drawingroomswhere dr8wlngro n 5 5t
where he has h been ben told that the poet poetsometimes iet ietsometmu pot potometimes t
sometimes sometmu s recites reies verses versesGrammar verse verseGrntnmar versesGrammar
Grammar GrammarV
W V D KesWt eWt in i the U CMrase C hIeag Bve B weMg tae taeGrammar P PGrammar Peat
Grammar is an invention Inventon to make con converaation conyor5atin conversation I
veraation yor5atin difficult difficultIt difcult difficultIt
It I is lx an everpresent eV resent aid to the comic comiccritic cori comi comicritic
critic and a a slight criterion of social socialstanding soial soialstanln sock ti tistanding 1
standing standingIf stanln stanlnI
If I a man have cash and no grammar he hecan hecan ii 0 0ir i
can get through but if i he have neither neithercash neiher neihercash nelthecash ir
cash nor grammar gammar he is impossible impossibleAnd Impslblo ImpslbloAnd
And yet when a man says Sf to you ou It ItI I i If IfI t
I had have knowed that you OU would bave bavecame bave bavecme ba e ecame B
came cme I wouldnt havo went till ti I seen seenyou seenou see fl i
you ou you ou understand undertand him perfectly perfectlyIf perecty perectyI
If I you ask ak him to lend you flO 10 and he hesays hesas Ii e esays
says sas to you OU simply I haint got no nomoney nomone n 0 0money
money mone nohow you ou do not require reuire a adiagram adiagam
diagram diagramEven diagam diagamEen diagramEven
Even when some one splits splts In Infinitive Infinitiveand Infnitve Infnitveand O OIs
and confuses cntuses his wilts ws and shalls shals his hismeaning hismeaning h hI Is
meaning is clear even to t the most cul cultured cuItured cu cutuned I ¬
tured mind mindSpeech mindSpeeh mindSpeech
Speech Speeh Is the vehicle hlcle of thought and andgrammar andgrammar an id
grammar is merely the gilt git on the wheels wheelsBad wheels wheelsBad heel 5
Bad grammar gmmar like bad language Is al always always a aways I ¬
ways learned from the neighbors ncghbor chil children ohl chi I Idren ¬
dren drenAddlsonlan drenAddisonian
Addlsonlan construction and Chester Chesterfieldian ChesterfoJlan r
fieldian foJlan elegance is always aha s inherited Inheried from fromyour tromyour froi froiyour rn
your side of the family familyOne taml familyOne
One form of grammar was invented by bya byn ty
a man named Harvey HarC The Harvey who whoinvented whoInvQted wi wiinvented 10
invented InvQted the sauce sauceBut sauce
But sauce may at times Ures be good gram grammar grammar grarimar i ¬
mar marGrammar marGrmmr Grammar Grmmr was w whs s hammered Into you ou at atschool atschool
school until now you ou can shudder when whensome whensome wha n
some one oro says Sf S had saw 1w but oftharrd oftharrdcould ofhan offhar offharof sd
could you OU name the eight parts partsspeech of ofspeech atspeech
speech speechNine speechNine
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that
Gold Soup in Jersey JerneyFrom Jerley JerleyFm JerseyPram
From Fm the th Newark fr ¼ Star StarSheriff Str StrSherl
Sheriff Sherl William Wilam Harrigan drifted drled into intoJake intoJfke in inJnke to
Jake Jfke the Barbers Barbers for lunch recently recenty recentyand recent ly
and surprised the husky German propri proprietor propr propr 1 ¬
etor when he called cale for a a plate of gold goldsoup go goDont Id
soup goupDont
Dont know the meaning sheriff sherif said saidJake saidJake sa Id IdJake
Jake JakeWell Jake
Well Wel then its time tme for you to get getout getout g gout et
out of business busines Jake was the sheriffs shers shersresponse sheriff s sresponse
response responseCant responseCant responseCant
Cant help it i sheriff sheri it i aint lnt on my mybill m mbUl n ty tybill
bill of fare fareCome tareCome fareCome
Come here Jake and Ill Ill tell you Its Itssoup Is Issoup i s ssoup
soup with fourteen carrots crrots in It ItSo I itSo
So dont be surprised if it Is on the themenu themenu ti e emenu
menu card dallyCompatible dan dally dailyCompatible
Compatible CompatibleFrom Compatibe CompatibeFo CompatibleFrom
From Fo Life LICe LifeHeWhat
He HeYhat HeWhat What a grouchy looking couple I Iwonder Iwonder Iwonder
wonder what they the see in each other otherSheThey
She SheThey They probably have havesimilar a a lot lotsimilar or orslmUar
similar distastes
KING KI NG GEORGE AND THE THEPRINCEDOM THEPRINCEDOll THEPRINCEDOM I
PRINCEDOM PRINCEDOll OF WALES WALESThe
The T he Intention Intenton of King George to revive revivein revheIn
In Wales Wale the ceremony of investing InvOtng his hiseldest hiseldost
eldest eld est son and heir with the princedom rlncom of ofWales ofValO
Wwh Wales W ValO aleaj has his given riM rM to a question queton as to towhich towhich
w which wh ich of the Welsh cities clUE is entitled enUUe to tothe t tohonor
th the honor of the te picturesque ptturfue function functionChancellor functon functonChanelar
Chancellor Chanelar C < of the Exchequer Exeh u Lloyd LloydGeorge LloydGeor
Ghi G George Geor Ge Gehis < orge e has ba been called cle to Balmoral Balmal from fromhis fromhis
hi his restkur retkur on the Continent Contnnt to advise advisethe advIsetho
the th e King who is anxious not to offend offendthe ottendthE
l the thE th e Welshmen The chancellors chneJors native nativetown nntv6 nntv6town
to toIn town wn Carnarvon Cararvon seeks the honor of the theInvestiture theInv6ture thevestiture
In Inv6ture Investiture vestiture and lt IU its accompanying acmpnying flood tood of ofgold atgold
gc gold go govis ld to he gained selno from the stream trem of ofvisitors otvlsto
vl visitors vlsto vis itors from all parts prt of the United UnitedKingdom Unied UniedIlnldom
K Kingdom Ei ngdom to witness wltne the ceremonies ceremoniesAs cerGmonle ceremoniesborate
As A home secretary Winston Churchill Churchillshould Churcht
sf should lhould ould have hv advised advie the te King Kln but it itseems I
sedl se seems Sf sestis ems that he ha h has incurred Incre the royal royaldispleasure royalclsplesure
dl displeasure clsplesure stis ploasure by leaving the to country even evenfor eventor
fd for r a f muchneeded muchneoe rest violating vlolatnl a prece precedont preceont
dont d ont < nt for the homo secretary retary it I not to toleave toleave
le leave ave the realm during dulq his hi tenure of ofoffice oroffice
ol offi office ce His duties dute bring him into close elwecontact eloe eloecontat closentact
ocsi oc contact contat co cosu ntact with the royal family famiy muLy hence he Is Issupposed I Isupp
si supposed supp su pposed o to be always within wihin easy OY call callBut cn cnnut clut
B But ut Churchill Churchi is I i yachting yachtng in the Levant Levantamong Levqt I Iamong
a among am ong the Grecian Grecan Archipelago Archiplago his h mod modern mo ¬
CJ ern er a argument being Ing that in an epoch eph of oftelegraph oftelogph
tc telegraph telogph legraph wireless wlrelO messages mWJf and an express expresstrains expres exprestrain
ti trains train ains the old usage ulo uiao Is out of date dateThose dlte dlteThose
Those whom the te late King made Mde his histrlend
friends fri ends realize relzQ more ovary day that the theold theoM theorder
old order of things has changed chanle
For instance King Kina Edward established
Mtblsled Mtblsledtevoat
JJ several tevoat se veral of his friends frien in residences rfdenO In Inroyal
royal ro rogi yal parks prks which were in his hi personal ersnl ersnlgl
gifts gl gi 1 fts So he established Otbllho Lady L Y Wilson Wlan the
aunt au nt of the Duke of Marlborough Mrtbouch and ad adher
her he r husband in the beautiful beutful Stud Stu House Housein Hou HouIn HouseHampton
lr in Hampton court But the tenancy tenncy of otIlU
all al l these the houses hole in the court having hn hnpsed
I It passed psed pa ssed away with King KlnS Edward Edwr the only onlytenant onlynant
t tenant tennt te tere < nant the present lrent ruler rule has hs invited InYtc to toremain
r remain re < main is the Dowager DowfJer Countess Counte of Dud DudIe
ley Ie t y who wh was wa given Iho the occupancy oup cy of ofPembroke ofembroke I
r Pembroke Lodge Lge Richmond Rihmo Park Lady LadyWilcon Ldy Ldyand
v Wilcon W ilson and her husband hubnd have been ben evict evicted elt evictl ¬
C ed cc l from Stud House HouseKing
King George Gerge Intends Inten to give Stud Stu Home HCe HCet Househis
b to t hi hi his aiddecamp alddecmp Hon Derek Deek Keppcl Kepl KeplbrothOlalw
b bb brotherinlaw brothOlalw to Mr Mrs r George Gee Keppel Kepl Keplbt
b but bt ut h he is having difficulty dtmhy to and fn a a ton toner te teatfor ¬
e er eth for White Wblo Lodge Lge Richmond RlhO Park Parkthe Pr
tl the th e maintenance maJnt6nne of which whlh coats t a a a large I
s sum sm su m The King offered foo White Lodge Ine to tohis tohis tes I
h his hi s brotherinlaw brerInlw the te Duke of Tack Tek Tekvoh
who voh w ho declined deUne it I on Of O the te ground that tht he becan hi S
c can an not afford ard the te maintenance mtennce of the thoostabUcment thi a
establishment ostabUcment ostabUcmentFlf es
Fifty Flf years yers a member of Parlia Parliament Parla Parlament ParUaent ¬
ment ment m ent both bt as a commoner cmmer and an peer P and aa I
f for fo r many mfy years ear prograndmacter posAmate of the theFreemasons te teFemMs a
3 Freemasons FemMs F reemasons of England XAln i i is the te enviaM eS I
r record r eOn Jef left eft by Lord Ld Amherst Am6 who wh died de In InAugust InUKUSt it itugust I
August A < UKUSt ugust But the late lte earl er also a ditin ditingtilehed cUn cUnSlhe
I gtilehed Slhe g uished himself hlmre in the te army am becoming bmng a L
captain etln c In the Codtream CodtTeam Guard Gum and andserving aMsenInl ane I
serving senInl s In I the war in the Crimea Cre where wherehe be behe a ae
he h e was severely wounded woune at Inkerman Inkorla InkorlaIn
In ISSt 1 L he entered cntee the House Hou of Com Common C Corna
J mon n u a Conservative Cf6vthe member meb for fO W Ws Wsent t tKent tKent
Kent K ent and 0 from frm IMS 1 until unt 1 11 he h cat s se for forMiddle to toiddle
Middle M Udle iddle Kent Kent In 1KD 1E i he wag summoned summonedto suoe summoo summooo
i to o the House of Lord Lod Lorda to represent ree hi hifathers S
J fathers fAtbers f barony brony of Amherst Amn t and aa to f UK UKhe 1 I Ie i
he h e succeeded SUC ee to the th earldom earldomHo eld
Ho wag wa twice tle married mrrie but there the w wer re reno e eno a ao
J no n o children chidre by b either elt marriage mrrSe mrrSeDr
Dr Salvador Slvado Castriiio Ctrlo who in I to be beaccredited beaccrole hi a accredited
accredited accrole a as minister mile plenipotentiary plenipotentiaryfrom plnlptmty plnlptmtyfrom r
i from f rom Nicaragua in Washington had
IOtag ahlnt 4 to toflee tofiee t 0 0ee
i flee fl ee from fro his hi native nte land n to escape 1 th thvengeance t a aengeance
vengeance vengence v of Zeiaya Zey who h accused eo him himof himof bin a
of o f aiding Illln in the pk pt plot > t to start strt the latest latestrevolution ltel ltelroluUon t
revolution r there The Te doctor dot for to months monthshas mths mthsha S
has ha h as been ben the special apl envoy of the Estrada Estradafaction a aaction
i faction tacton f to this thi country county after ate hi hl his arrival arrivalIn arrivl arrivlIn 1 1n
In i n New NeY York Yok a as a a refugee It I 1 is ex expected expete ¬
1 pected pete p ected that the official o ell recognition renlUon of the theEstrada theEstrda th 0
J Estrada Estrda E strada government pernment by the te State Stte De Department D ¬
1 partment Prtmet p ertment soon sn will 11 follow followIt CoUonI followis
It I i is due In no small sml degree d e to tbe t tbeper tbeperietent per perslstent pe
J slstent s efforts ettot on O the part pr of Dr D Castrllio Castrlliothat C Castnil trlo trlotat 0 0that
that tat Secretary Seetan Knox from Crm the te start strt took tooka tok toka too k
a a favorable favab view vie of the te Estrada Etradl interests interestsand InteCt S
and a nd cause causeDr cuse cuseDr
Dr Castrilte CstrUI alr already ady ha has notined npU all allNicaraguan a n nrasUn II
3 Nicaraguan N rasUn consul cMub appointed pnte by b Zeiaya Zeiayaand 5 5nd
and a < nd later lter by Madrlz that tht their ter exequaturs exequatursare Xqutus Xqutusare 5
are a re void ol the State Ste agreeing a reg to the pro procedure p I ¬
cedure cedureThe c edureThe
ceure ceureThe
The doctor dotor had hd a a a stirring strring career cre at athome athomo a t touse
home h ouse before bfore Zeiaya Zela a forced wce him to t too tooHe fQ fQHe 3
He practiced pactce Jaw at Managua nal and nd was wasmarked 1 wa a
marked mrke by the Zeiaya Zel administration admlnlrton as asa a LS
a suspect spet A nle fle of soldiers Illr were wer die diapatched dl I Ipatched
patched Jthe to his hl home with orders ores to cap capture cp cpture ca I Iiara ¬
ture t iara and ao take tke him to th the suburb sbr and andshoot an d
shoot Fhot s hoot him Warned Wane by a friend frd CastrHte CastrHtemounted Clrtl Ic
mounted mnto a fat horse and a was 1a on his hisway hi hi Is Isway
way to the Costa Ctl Rle Ri Rice frontier C nU6 when hte htewouldbe hl hi
wouldbe executioner e eutJnen arrived arho at his hishouse hishOtle hi is ishouse
house hOtle houseReaching
Reaching the coast cat the doctor doto managed managedto mnge d do
to t o secure a I fishing Jhlf boat bt and set sail si for forPorto ft ir
Porto Rico and an from there thec he went to toNew toXew t 0 0New
New York where Central American Americantraders Ameicn AmeicntrAdes n nraders
traders trAdes t moved mved by hi hl his tales tle of hrI horror r rwere
were persuaded to give ve more than tn 1009 10 10in f
030 OG In aid of the cause cDe of the revolu revoluton I Iion
tlon ton t ion
tonThe
The King of Saxony Friedrlch Ferlch August Augustwell AU 5t 5twel I Iwall
well wel known through thr gk his domestic domeU infe infelicities Inle1CIUs a aicitiss ¬
licities 1CIUs l which nhlh finally ftnaJ led l to the divorce divorcecourt dlvorcocourt divora o 0court
court court court his wife then Crown Princess PrincessLouisa PrIMeSLo Pnlnee ss ssLouisa 3
Lo Louisa an Austrian archduchess arhdue being beingallowed blf bolt it itallowed K
allowed alowed by b Emperor Empero Franz Josef Jo f to take takethe takethe tal e ethe
the title tte of Comtesse Cortoic de Montlgnoso Montloo but butwho butwho hi It Itwho it
who later llter married Enrico Enrio Toselli TOI the themusic themu ti to tomusic e
music mu lc teacher techer at the court of Dresden Dresdenwho Dreen Dreennho a awho i
who is said to have caused cused her downfall downfallIs down taU Ii Iiis I
Is I devoted to his children chldrn whom he hewould howould I 10 10ottld e I
would ottld not allow hi
IJow his divorced wife to re retain retln ni 5 5tam ¬
tain tln tam The King let lete not a a single sngle day daypas da dapaS IF IFpass y
pas paS pass without wihout taking taklnJ his children chidren out for fora fo ft St Sta r
a a walk roaming roming In the beautiful beutful hills hillsand hil hil Is Isand s
and dales dale of the Efb River valley valleyThis vllle vllleThis valleyThis
This one on day da recently reentl led to a strange strangeencounter strangeencounter strant e eencountor
encounter incidentally Inccental causing cusing grief glet to toan toan toan o
an apostle apste of the simple simpe life le A musi musician musican mu ii iiclan ¬
clan the King just loves
can loa musicians musicianssince muallar is issince
since his wife wie ran away awf with one hav having hv hvIng ha v ving ¬
ing convinced himself
that
sunbaths sunbths were werethe we re rethe e
the secret of good health hoalh and longevity 3
betook himself hhnelt to a lonely lonel cottage cotto In the thewoods thewoods tI te tewoods e
woods of Wahnsdorf near Dresden Dreen At Attlrod Attred A t ttired t
tired tred only In a pair pir of bathing bthlng trunks tunks I he heroamed heroamed Ito Itoroamed
roamed the country countr daily dil absorbing absorbln into intohis Intohis in to tohis 0
his skin the beneficent benefcent solar lsr rays raysOne rs rsOne raysOne
One day df while whie basking bsking In the sun his hissolitude hissolude ii is issolitude B
solitude solude was wa broken brken by b the appearance appearanceof apper appoaran nce nceot ce ceof
of a gentleman gentemn and two little lte girls gIrls The Thechildren Thechidren TI he hechildren
children chidren uttered utere a scream srem and fled fe while whiletheir whie whietheir whi lIe lIetheir e
their father with upraised upraied stick and furl furious furlOU8 U 1 1gestures I ¬
ous gestures eture advanced 8chlCed upon the dis dismayed di dl a amayeti ¬
mayed m8e disciple discple of Adam AdamThe AdamThe AdamThe
The surprise ulprIIO and fear ter of the musician musicianwns musicianwns inusicit In Indue n
wns due to the fact ta t that thA he had recog recognized reco reconlzed g gnisad ¬
nized in the disturbers of his solitude soHude the theKing theKing t he heKing
King of Saiony Saon and his two daughters daughtersStutterlngly dau hte s sStutteringly
Stutterlngly Stuterlngh he attempted to explain expl n to tohis tohis tohis o
his sovereign svereign the reason r6sn for his lack of ofdress ofdres ofdross if
dress dres The angry monarch monaoh would hear of ofno orno ofno
no excuses and took tok the name and ad address addres a d ddross ¬
dress dres of his his primitively primitvely attired atre subject subjectThen subje ubject ubjectThen rt rtThen t
Then he strode off to catch ctch his fleeing feeln feelndlghtcr feel tag
daughters dlghtcr his one fear since his wifes wifesescapade wltesescapade wift as asescapade
escapade being that she would some > re day daytry daytry di sy sytry y
try to deprive deprte him of his children chidren by byfair byfair byfair y
fair means or foul foulThe foulThe foulThe
The King has invoked the extreme etreme rig rigors rlE r 1g 1gors ¬
ors of the law to punish such a breach breachof brenchof brea ch chof
of the conventions conventons of outdoor costumes costumesFLANEUR costumesF costumesFLtsEtIt
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IN STATUARY STATAY H HALL HALLStntenmen HALLtestisen
st Sta Stntenmen testisen of Other OtherDal Day Da ni OIcnl Discuss cuRH the theInnurKeut theInlurJent theInsurgent
Insurgent InlurJent Movement MovementFrwn Iovcrnenj ocme t tFln
Frwn Fln Fro m th the Kansa Ian City 01 Star SurThe Str StrThe
The T he news of the Maine Mane election electon had hadjust had hadjust
just jus t reached roche Statuary Hall Hnl Ir hi th thu Cap CapItol CapItol
Itol ltd at Washington WashingtonDear Wahingon WahingonDEar WashingtonDear
Dear DEar me said said Samuel Adams ffls fflstis Is
this tis thi s another revolution revoluton They Toy havo havothrown
thrown th rown the Republican Republcan party tover over overbord
board bord bo ard
i bordWel Well Wel said S lei Benton sharply that thatI thatwhat
la I what you OU fellows felows did with wih the tea tenand
and a d Maine used to be a part of Massa Massacrruietts Massachlets
crruietts chlets chletsAnd ch usetta
mighty good goodting
And Maine did a
thing ting thi ng when It I cut cut loose said Roger RogerWilliams RogerWJlams
Williams WJlams Wi lliams When I took to the brush brushand
and an d founded foundo Rhode Island IslandGentlemen IslandGeUemn
Gentlemen GeUemn broke In the deep voice voiceot
of Webster let us have no bickering bickeringAlthough bickerng bickerngAlthough bickeringthough I
Although Al though I served Massachusetts Massachusets In the theSenate theSente
Senate Sente Se nate In this hall hal I represent New NewHampahlre
Hampshire H ampshire Let that be a symbol of the theunity theunity
unity un ity of these the6 States Stat I always stood stoodtor
for fo r unity When my eyes shall shal be raised raisedfor rlsod rlsodtor
for fo r the last lat time to behold beholdYou beholdYou beholdYou
You said sid all al that in your reply to toHayne toHayne I
Hayne Hayne H ayne said sid Benton pettishly pettishlyYes pettshh pettshhYes
Yes and I am am not aware that tat you youever youeyer
ever ov er put pt one over In the Senate to equal equalit ual ualIt
it retorted retorte Webster I am not sur surprised surprise
prised prise pn ised at the result reult in inMaine Maine You will willremember wi
remember re member I said In 1S43 1S43I IS4
I remember that the country countr repudi repudiated repudlato ¬
ated ato at od what you ou said in lStS 1S48 interrupted interruptedBenton InterruptedBantn
jj Benton BentonThe Bantn BantnThe enton
The Senator from Missouri is out of oforder ofordor
01 order or der Mid aid Webster By what right rightdoes rightdoe rightes
4 does doe do es he come here and and raise rais his hil voice voiceagainst voleeaslnst
a against aslnst ag ainst Massachusetts MUfchusotts I i pass pas no onco oncomlum
m mlum ium on Massachusetts Masiachu5ett there she stands 5tandsMlar
j Missouri Mlar M issouri never gave gve the country cntry a t Pros PresWent Pre Prosont
j Went WentNo Ient IentNo M ont ontNo
No and an Missouri never was run by bythe bythe
u the th e Boston Bsto and Maine Railroad Rairod retorted retortedBonton rerte
Q Bonton BontonWhat eaten
Dontonhlt What Whet hlt said si Ethan Etban Allen IM llen in the thenme
iJ
n nme na me ot the Gret Grout A Jehovah and j i the n ntlnontal Cn Cntlnntl Con
y tlnontal tlnntl th tental Congress Cogre is an Insurgent InsurgentA lMrgenU lMrgenUUA
UA A Democrat Dem Demoerat rt said Benton oracularly oracularlyis oracl rJy rJys
is i s a man mn who saves 5V the country countryAnd Qunt eeuntr eeuntrAnd
And An an insurgent Inurgent said nl Adams Is Isa Isa
a a man who save S M the the people peple In It I I Iwas Iwa
was wa v an Insurgent lurget The first trt downward downwardrevision downwardrevn
r revision revn re vision of the tariff ari was W when we threw threwthe threwtie
t the tie th e tea te overboard overboardWhere ovebr
Where Whee did di you learn ler to talk tak the theKansas tht
Kansas XaMS K ansas language InGU e inquired Inquire George Gerge CJin CJinton Cln Clnton
t ton to n
In Faneuil P1euU Hall saW sak Adams prompt promptly pomp
j ly We did di the sam sm same thing to King KingGoorge KIRSOfe KIsSeorge
c Goorge Ofe G eorge and aA hi hl his standpet stand Mpt pat ministry mMr that thatKaasa tht thtKau
i Kaasa Kau K ansas and an California Clfoi and aA Iowa Io and andWisconsin I
Wisconsin WXn WT W Isconsin and al Maine lne are ae doing dng to tl King KingTariff KingTarff
1 Tariff Tarff T ariff and an hi h his mercenaries ner today tdy tdyt
Who i t Is thi t Lists man maf Roosevelt Ros Ro eevolt et we hear hMrs
s so s o much mu about abt inquired Inuro Jonathan Jeathn JeathnTnuabn JonathsL I
Trtratbull Tnuabn T He I is an af insurgent IMrget isnt t theT L
h her er
herH
H He If I the tt th Sam Sm Adams of f the te new nw nwTwU
revotatkm TwU r replied rol Nathaniel Nat1 Greene Greenebowing Oree Oreebwn
1 bowing bwn b owing graciously gr y to t the MassaehMiauc Muaseekusothtataginan
statesman statesmanThank stt s
Thank uRk yon ya said t Adams daI I tnrst tnrsthe t
h hh 1 he h h e dnt doesnt run rn the same me risk r of taring taringhanged lnr lnrhnse
hanged
hnse hnseA
A VILLAGE VLLGE FOR WOMEN WOMENModel WOrN WOrNIocleI
Model M odel Settlement Setlement for Poorer ClasMe ClasMeto CI1HeA CI1HeAto Claaseto
to DC Built Dnlt Near Io Los Ol Angeles jAngeletiPIMK Ansclel Ansclelth Angelesrom
PIMK F rom the th Lot L Ancdet n EMmioer EMmioerA EI
A model moel village lnKe within wihin the t icent icnt ear earfare er ertare r
fb i fare f are limit lmi built by women ome and conducted conductedby tute cosduet I
by b y them tH where the th poor pr may for to the theMime te teme thi thimme I
Mime me price pice they tey now no pay PT for to or a miserable miserableunsanitary ml8b
unsanitary uMltrr u court cut dwelling dMlf obtain oin a con conerst cn cnCe
erst Ce yet home hcnne sunny SMY clean clen sanitary Muttry with witha wit 1th 1thf S
a f tilt bt of garden pre where wbee they the may grow growtheir gr grther
their ther t heir vegetable vegetab and aJ flowers rs This is iswhat Ishat lx a
what w hat is l to be b accomplished aplae by b LOB Lo An Angales AnelH
gales g ales women womenWe Yome
We e hope h to t make mke the Ue Ut village vUlse said saidMr MidIr aeliMrs I
Mr Mrs Ir Runoel Run It will 11 be b an example emp of ofwhat ofwht 0 f
what wht w het women vome may my accomplish acpt As now nowoutlined nw nwouti no
outlined outi o the tb houses ho wil wilt < be b built bit by byclub byeluh b r
club eluh c iuba or o Ut Individuals Iniviuls each ech house hse to t b o omarked S
marked nrke with th the name nme of th U the donor donr If I a aroan amw I
roan mw wishes wske to give n a house h let him name nameit nme nmeit mum e efor
it for to his hi wife w The Th house bue would woul I be belleve b
lleve Ue l iev have h n to become bm the t property poperty of the thecity te tect th a
city ct c ity but bt the government gOtunlent could I entirely entirelyremain entirel ntely ntelyremin 1
remain remin r with the te women wOn acting tnC with th thhousing tb th C
housing Mung h commission commton of f af the city cityThe cty ctyTt
The Tt plan p1n as a outlined ouUM b > the club women womenand wome a
and an a nd which wlth will wl b dicu jl tiscujsei ed at the t com coming Cm CmIng
ing i ng meeting m UnA when means J6M of fnanlnS financing financingwill nancln g
will be taken up includes lnchles building buldlnl the thehous theh th a ahesjy
hous h hesjy with space s e for fo gardens sre From Fromthe Frm FrmUte C
the t he rental rentl of the t house buM it I is believed bUee a asufficient
sufficient Jumltt s sum could cul be obtained obtIne not Bt only onlyto oly oni y
to t o pay J for th t the actual Hctua maintenance mlntue but butcover bt btcvo be t tcover
cover cvo the expense e pns of a district dilrJt nurse nursewhose nur nurwhe a
whose whe business bsines it would wol be b to t teach tech the theInmates theInte th a anmates
Inmates Inte i nmates to adopt adop American Ameen methods metbos and andlive an an d
live l ve In cleanly elnl hygienic hy enle manner mannerAs mnner mnnerAs
As soon Sf as 1M 10 1O children chilren are ae gathered gatheredin gtheod gtheodIn ii iin
in i n th the district dltrl t said sai one of the te club clubwomen clubwom clu b
women wom n recently r entb a a school abo will wi be b given givento givento give a
to us us The work wok would woul be one of sym sympathetic symptheUe I
pathetic ptheUe philanthropy pllnthtpy for every eer club or orindividual o c 5 I IInhuel
individual Inhuel I who builds buils a house h will 1 take takepride tke tkepde tak a
pride pde in It also a personal interest Int8 t in inthose Intbose i a
those who live In it itMM t
MM Mitre 111 ii vs 1 AVomnn AVomnnFnea Wotitanleaea oman omanpN
Fnea pN the > Loifcrflt Lrl TtaMi TtaMiA TbeesA
A woman womn wons ra in a club lighted lghte a fresh freshcigarette tras fres ib i
cigarette cigaretteMarcel clgar cigaretteMarcel te teMarcel
Marcel Provost has been telling tolng me meshe meshe
she sneered snElere why wh mon object objet to smok smokIn r
big In women wome Its Is because beuse forsooth ors th the themlos U Umales te rte e
males sense of smell ts I so s much more moredelcte mot Q edelicate
delicate delcte than tan the females femles A woman womn womndoent wome ndoesnt n
doesnt doent mind a a man who reeks of tobacco tobuc to toand 0
and ao whisky whlsk and onions onionsat onionsat at least least Marce Marc Ire IrePrevost e eProvost
Prevost says S S she doesnt doent No she hard hardb I Ily
ly b notices notces those stenches at all al Her Hersmelng Hi r rsmelling
smelling smelng organ Is so defective derete But to tokeennose I tokeennosed 0
keennosed keennose man the odor of tobacco tobaco on ona ona e in ina
a woman Is almost nauseating nauseatingWel nauseatingWell
Well Wel you ou know I have often oten re remarke r e
eii
marked marke that these thee comparisons comprisns which whit hleh ii I
show woman to t be mans inferior interiorhis interiorhisInferor his hisInferior Is s I
Inferior Inferor in sensitiveness to pain pin to smells smels smelsto smell smellto S
to sounds to sights slghtr sightsare are always made by b i imen I
men Men physiologists are always prov provIng pro proIng
Ing mans superiority uperlorlt over woman and andthe an an id i I Ithe
the world of men welcome welcoe these thee proofs proofsLet profs profsLet S J j
Let men put themselves however in Inwomens ix
womens boots bootslet bootslet let men ask k themselves themselveshow themselve as s
how much credence theyd give to a awoman a
woman physiologists ph slologlsts proof of womens womonssuparlorl vomon vomonsuperiority s
superiority suparlorl over men menPennly menPenalty I
Penalty Pennly Should Shoulc Fit Crime CrimeFran CrimeF1 CrimeFoote
Fran F1 the Baltimore Balir American twerIcauFond IB IBFon
Fond Fon mother motherWhat What do you ou think of my mydaughters m mdaughters xr ty y
daughters execution e utlon oi o the classic cassic pieces piecesExasperated pl6es1 pl6es1Exsperat 5 1
Exasperated Exsperat musician muslcanI musicianI I think for or exe executing cx e
cuting those works she ought to be belyohed I Ilynched DC e
lynched lyohed
Strictly StrIcty SiicnUln SIlcnldngF SticalaingPests
From F the te deretend Cetel Qerek d L Lc Leader LeaderHerHow d r rHer
Her HerHow How do you ou like Jke my new 11P hat hatHim hat hatHimVeJ hat11ImWell
Him HimVeJ 11ImWell Well its Is passable passableHer psble passableHerYou
Her HelYou You dont like lke It then thenHlmI thenHimI
Him HlmI I sure do A follow tolow cant cnt pass plS plSmany po 55 55many is
many of em emAVouliI emWotild
AVouliI 011 Tnke n n Chance ChanceI ClinticeIeat
Pw I Llf LlfWill Lt Life LifeWill
Will Wi ye 0 loan mo yen or bike Jimmie JimmleI Jimmiedas
I daseent dasent das ent loan it i to ye Y6 cos CO It aint alntmine aix ft ftmine t
mine but I guess maybe itd Id be all rig right rlshtto ht htto u
to rent it I to ye e
Providing ProvidingFtom PrnIUngF Provilingthe
Ftom F ° ° the th Baltimore Bltmoe American tsndeanDont maB maBDont v vDont
Dont you believe beleve In allowing alowing every everyman cveryman eve ny nyman y
man to follow Colow his own bent bentWel bentWeU
Well Wel not If its crooked croo ed I
AT ATTHEHOTELS ATTHEHOTELSPrunes THE HOTELS HOTELSPrunes HOTELSPrune
Prunes Prune may be b berated rated nte as table tbe delica delicacies dlca dlcacle dUcainstead ¬
des instead of boarding house ho
cle brml Standbys siaadbysbefore labs labsbefoe Standbysore
before befoe bef ore very e long said Horace Hot L Mc McNeil Mcil c cNon ¬
Neil Ne il of the Santa Snt Clara Clr Valley Vane at the theNational theNatonal thetional
National Natonal Na tional Hotel Hot yesterday yesterdayThe 7Ht 7HtTe yesterdayThe
The Te prune prne crop cro of California CaHtor I Is about aboutninetenths abt abtnnetethi aboutetenths
rrf ninetenths nnetethi nin ninand etenths of the entire consumption consumptionand estssumpdonit
an and it I went an to t pivees p ptee this thl Cpn Cpnand season n The Thesame TheMU Theme
same so MU a me 1e section of State fwrrtton furnsbes
my
setln Stta tun more morethdn mre mrethrn moren
thi thdn thrn thd n 89 S per pe cent cnt of the worlds wrt SPy UPMy PPly of ofaprleots 0friects t taprluts
aP aprleots aprleotsThere aprluts aprlutsThere riects riectsThere
There is plenty plont of that fruit to t sat It ItJfy saty ¬
fej isfy Jfy y any grower growe and the tO ranch owners ownersmost Oer ownersl
w wi wil l most of them make mke up tp for what whatthey whatthoy whaty
f they tho y lose on the prune prn orop oop by sIUns sIUnsmore SUng SUngmore ssflthgre
m more mo re apricots aprict than usual ulul You know knowthe knowthe knowprocem
the tjj process prOctUI of preparing poprng dried drll fruit tult for forthe torthe formarket
the
market is a very v8y complicated empkto one oneand oneand oned
and an d costs Cl much mu more mre than most mt people peoplethink p poplenk ple plethink
th think thi nk it t does doe doesIn
In the first frt ftrs place pce prunes pne have hv to be begathered begathered bethered
gathered ga ° thered scientifically scet Uy They Te are shaken shakenfrom sJn sJntrom shakenm
from fro f m the tree trees and th the
tre te grower r must muatknow mustow
know kn ow exactly eety what wht the te condition cnltn of the te tefrui theit
fruit frui fru f it Is before befoe he tern trn his hk man mf loose looseIn l loosethe
In the groves grovesPrune grove grovesPrunes
Prune Prune and apricots aprics ar ae are sold Id by b the te tepound theund
pound po und you OU know kn and an an even en out O day d on onthe onthe one
the th e trees tree will 11 make mke a big b difference dteN In Inthe Inthe ine
the th e weight of the fruit because the
weght
trtt bU t sugar sugarIn sugarthem pr prIn
In them i Ii what add a adds weight and the thelonger thelonger thenger
we ht aa
longer lo nger they are ar ailowafe ailow
all to t o stand ln the themore themore theore
more m ore sugar they te will wtt have haveOn hv hvOn haveOn
On the other hand Mn if I the fruit t stays eUyson sys syson staysthe
on the trees too long it is ruined
tree to Jong I rn After Afterthe Atterthe Aftere
the th e picking plklng prunes prn are r dipped dip in ia a so solution 1 sotion ¬
lution luton lu tion of lye to crack ck their tir sMn aM iidrm and are arethen arethen areer
then th er rolled and an packed packedApricots pcke packedApricots
Apricots Aprcts are given gven a treatment t6lmt of f o sul sulphur sulphur sutur ¬
p phur ph ur smoke ake before they thO are ae packed pkl be because b beuse ¬
c cause ca use if they theY are ae put pt up without wUu this thisprocess th1apoeo thisocess
process poeo pr ocess they will wf turn Mack back in a I wfc wfcCharles Wn WnCharle w wCharles
Charles Charle K Millar Ule of Club Columbus Ohio Ohiowho Ohiowho Ohioho
who w ho Is at the Raleigh Rat8gh in 1f discussing Ohio Ohiopolitics Ohiopiti Ohiolitics
politics piti po litics yesterday yeerday said st that tt the tI Demo Democrats Do Doerat Demoats ¬
CI crats er ats of the Buckeye State ate have
erat Bckee Ste ye an ex excellent tx txceUent x xlient ¬
cellent ce < lient chance chn of electing eet not J only Ot their theirfull t thnrll jr jrfuU
full lu ll State ticket tcket but also a a a la lawhich ItUr ItUrwhih atur aturhich
which whih w hich would woul in turn t elect eMt the theof t successor successorSenator Jr Jrof
of Senator Sa Dick DickProspect DI DickProspects k kPrpt
Prospect Prpt for or Democratic Dt sueetw I In InOhio InOhi inhio
Ohio Ohi O hio never Mve were brighter t a said Mr MrMiller Mriller 11
Miller MUe M iller and an Reb Republicans are da nfcy Yf 1 1and 1an
and an a nd see a defeat detet staring itn them t in t the t fa faThe tat fae faehe >
The T he Republican Repbian party paty in I Ohio Oho i I is any anything anything anying ¬
thing th ing but united unltu and an harmonious Titer Thtr Thtrae Titere rv rvare
are ae ar e a a number numb of factions fa U each of which whichte whichIt whichplaying
J te playing an independent little littleereby gnv gnvthereby pmptberohy
thereby th ereby endangering the whole Ie party partyGov pertyoy tr trGov
Gov C oy Harmon ought to b be elected electedThere eIeetecLThere electedThere
There i t probably only on qM thins thinswhich thinYohlch thin thixrhich
which w hich may help p ta cut down hi his ma majority majority manity ¬
jority jo nity and that i Ja hi WI manner ht baadiir baadiirthe h8clUrthe badimse
l the U se Columbus Colum strike nke situation tuat There a amany amany aany >
r many m any people throughout the State wh whsay wi wiy > 1say
fi say sa y Gov Harmon should haw have acted wit witmore witore it itmore
f more m ore decision and instated that order ai u at1 at1w oj ojlaw i ilaw
law la w be restored at once e no matter wh whthe whthe whe =
t the th e cost or the consequence They say saythat as ashat F Fthat
that t hat h be wa wu playing pIa politics in handling haadllrgthe ba dJ1n dJ1nthe handlinge
t the th e strike question questionThere questionTlMre questionThere
There are others oth who say ay 7 that his hisattitude I Iattttucte fttitude
attitude a toward the strikers was u unecessarily uetI8 Ui Uieceisadly < >
necessarily n etI8 I7HVere severe and again some who whoclaim wL wLlaim 10 10claim
c ce claim c laim h 1M was sworn to protect the prop property propertT proprty ¬
e erty e rty of the company and ad failed to de hi hiduty hjdut hie hieuty
duty dut d uty I hav MI no doubt however that thathe that1M tb tbe
he h ht e will 1U be able to dear himself of ail ailthese a aihese 1 1tb
these tb t charges in doe time timeMrs tJaaeXr timeMrs
Mrs Xr Norman PareRodgen of o Lon London L Lonos n ndoll ¬
don d os 1 II registered r tered at t the Shorenam HteinS HteinSinterested Beigterested Lg J
interested In terested in the education of the A Aeaer Aeaeran er ercan ern
can c an n girl th the Eft English w wPeople woman aald aaldPeople id idPeople
People ta these day da days of hurry aav aavno lIa hso t tno
no n o time nor inclination to look for qual qualities QulIties QU I Ias ¬
ities Iti as which whl k are below belo the Aorta AortaMot1t surfaoters mrfar mrfarMotaers
Motaers Mot1t M oters ll are Je e befetantNg to Veafts r reft this thisimportant ttLSImporta thismportant
important Importa i mportant t fact and are amdoue that their theirdaughters theiraughters lr lrdau
daughters dau d aughters ters should posieM what have been beendescribed beendeKrib6d beenescribed
described d escribed a as good Od shop hep window windowNevertheless wbado wbadolenrtheless windowsNevertheless
Nevertheless one i Ja still mad made aware awareof awarethe art artor >
of the melancholy fact that in spite te of ofthe ofthe ofe
the th e freshest complexion and one of the theprettiest frpretUet tieettiest
prettiest pr ettiest faces in the world world the Engli Engligirl EnlUIrl Esglih Esglihirl
girl g Irl remain too often ften ineffective lne < tive fa faei p pd seityat
d eityat ty at least in comparison COllI with her herAmerican h1Amencan hrmerican
American A sister sisterTo miterTo sisterre
To be brilliant and also really young youngis yourss ourg ourgIs
is I s rare in England lid one watches tht thtapparently tfJIIIIlefttl7 tl tlpparently >
apparently a characterless ehara ter1 doll or the awk awkward a au k kward kard ¬
ward w ard tomboy slowly blossom Into the theaccompuahed tIfaccompUah theccoinpliabed
accompuahed a d woman of the world WITH WITHiayed wiflionder T Twonder
wonder w onder thai that the process Ja 10 lone dt dtJaed 1e 1eayed
iayed l The tnuth t th I is that the education of ofEnglish fEn cfnglish
English En E nglish lilih girls 15 of the upper class classes II con conducted condu conueled ¬
ducted du d ueled tad in a a very haphazard fashion fashionLessons tubloDLeaoas tuitionLessons
Lessons form a brief and unbttarestln unbttarestlninterlude unlatertinInterJude un1nteret1nnterlude
interlude i between riding < hockey ari ariother anithe P PClU
other ClU o the outdoor pursuits and parents ar arso a aSO aro
so s o anxious a ous about their childrens health healththat taititlat besit besitthat
that they are re terrified ten1 ed at infllctln tD4letSacupor tD4letSacuportbem upon upoithem uponhorn
them t horn the least mental strain strainAfterward stramAfterwrd strainAfterward
Afterward In society oclet the girl girls real realtheir nallz nallzUteir reslizheir
their t deficiencies and pick up the neg neglected necocted f flocle ¬
lected b knowledge knoled e as well eIl a u they cnn cnnfrom emfrom canroan
from roan contact with sUt the world Than the theart t thort hf hf1t
art a 1t of conversation or even even of talking talkingintelligibly talkIngInteUbly talkingntelligibly
intelligibly I Is never taught In the aehn aehnroom aehnrOOM I Ioost >
room r oost and it i Is not by any mean tbf tbfeaiet t ti tiasIest r reuieat
eaiet e matter in the world 0114 to give readv readvoxprMNdo read reaivxpression v vLltrMllOD
oxprMNdo e to ones ODe ideas 14 without at atleast atleaet ateast
least l east some previous practice practiceItalian pnudceItHan practiceItalian
Italian prisons are aredark dark aad forttddine forttddinethey torbkl4inthey forb4ddlnrhey
they t hey are n made this tltl way 10 purposely t thave thave 1have > >
have a deterrent tiet < rent effect e t on the criminal eriadlas1Jlncltned criminally criminallynclined v
inclined i according a lnK to Dr Carlo N Ha Jltaof aei aeiof < vi viof
of Rome Italy who is here attending aU sUendhv th thInternational thp thpInternational thnternational
International I Prison Congress CongressEvery Cona ConaEvery COfljttISEvery
Every prisoner prt cmer convicted convtct in Italy Itat mite m mitese II IIbegtn
begin l se his sentence with a term of solitary tar tarcon I Iccnflnt
confinement con in nt lengthened accordla aeeorcl1Dtrto to thf thttotal t ttotal
total sentence imposed said Dr Ram R RThere ReedThere
There is no capital punishment Th Thsolitary Tho ThoUtar Thsolitary
solitary Utar confinement portion n of a a life lifesentence tlfisentence altosentence
sentence te served In a stone OM cell under underUte waderthe
the level of the street where no light Ughtmay lightmay
may ever penetrate The cell culls are 1 six sixfeet sixfit sixfeet
feet fit long < sx six Ix feet high hnd < and three tbr feet feetwide fetwide feetwide
wide Usually they are infested with rats ratsand ratsand ratsvermin
and vermin Along Ioft the side of the tb celt celtI t l lIs
Is i s an elghteeninch board six feet long ng ngThis I IThis
This must serve as a bed and chair chairAt etIar etIarAt chairAt
At the top of the doer oor of o the th cell is isa IIIIl isnarrow
a narrow hole through which bleb however howeverno
no light can come Through thi t hole ho hotood tactIcfood
food is passed twice t a day Daring the th thsoUtar thsolitary
solitary soUtar confinement period thi this food con eonists consists
sists ists of nothing n thing but soup bread ani an1water anIwatey
water water A pitcher of water ator Is allowed 1 1the 1tbe r rthe
the room roomThere i I J
There is no other furniture A u there thereis thfrtIs thereis
is Is not enough light U t to read by th the pris prisoner pnisoner rts rtsonar ¬
oner must simply stmpl sit with his thought thoughtday tboachtldfl thoughtday
day dfl after day d He ha has no reckoning of oftime ottime oftime
time He does not know night from day dayHe dayHe
He may Inn think thinkthat that is all all allOne allOne
One hour each day da continued th thItalian thItaHan tho thoItalian
Italian specialist he is I allowed allo CI to walk waIkIn walkIn
in the narrow courtyard of the prison prisonnot Jlriaonnot prisonnot
not with the other prisoners but In a anarrow anarrow anarrow
narrow walled space reserved reHrV d for hsuse hs hisuse rI rIuse
use He will 111 not even see ee his h guard guardat guardcat rdq rdqnt
at this time though they the will 1U watch him himHe himHe himHe
He never hoars the sound of a human humanvolee humanvoice p pvoloe
voice and never receive any ny letters lettersnor letl betterenor r rnor
nor can he write any Breed the Peter Patfrson Peterson
son N J anarchist anarchist t who killed King KingHumbert Itn ItnHumbert ICingHumbert
Humbert could stand only three months monthsof nths f fot 4of
of this solitary S4 Utry imprisonment Impl lOft nt Then T he hestrangled hestrangled hCstrangled
strangled himself with his bed quirt uftt Th Thtwo Thc lhftwo Thctwo
two other men who attempted the Us Kings Kingslife ItlRgsUte ItbauSlife
life aro still alive but both are hopelessly bopeIePhImbecllo h000PssYimbecile
imbecile driven mad by the early 1011 1011taf 4011tr oH
tary tr confinement confinementA
A great great agitation Is I sweeping weepln Italy Italyfor ItaTytOr Italyfor
for a modification modl cation of this form of con confinement eonfinemnt on onfinoment ¬
finement but it has had little weight weightwith Wi wgtwith ljt ljtwith
with the government which 1Ihi h abolisluJ aboIIs11capital OOI1511H1capital
capital punishment at f the demand of the thepeople thepeople thepeople
people and substituted this form of pun punishment punlshment ¬
ishment

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