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tain tal number D awb r of scholarships i lnrahl l at t Oxford OxfordUniversity OxtorDlnnlty Oxfordtnh
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JJ Id1l It apsrs rs r that ia one part at atleaafc iileaj t tIe
leaafc Ie t of hIS pain the th hope of Cecil CecilRhodes C4td1RhedM Cc11Rhodes
Rhodes are to be marred Amarieanhwi Amarieanhwiartfreliant AlMfIean AlMfIeanH Amieanlaenft
H 1IIeIU een 1ft tOO artfreliant too aur euro ur ot ofitself otit otitilt
itself it to 1M tb be weakened even ev by y three threeyear thr thryeara thrYtT
year association OClt1Ofl with Kngltoh nsUsh univer university university ¬
sity 51 t students or o to t be moved Oftd by tM fine finetradition betracUtIoea fluetiadfloe
tradition of English njftsh life lifeAn UttAD UfeAn
An Cnftiah IUb 1 writer to th tile London Mail Mailcall Wa11eal all allcall
call eal the attention of the public to the thefact thefact thefao
fact fao that watt wbUe the th British colonIals and andtho andtho andtho
tho qcnnau erman who have won Oft Rhodehchatenhip Rhodhave Rhode RhodessSsIanbIps
hchatenhip have assimilated easily lUll and andweM aacIwe sadweft
weft we with h the traditional life ef C th the clas classic cla clas classe ¬
sic s se I uatversiiy it ha bu not been so with the theAmerican tAlArnertea themsrcau
American msrcau Rhode scholar cho1 who ho do not notassim BOtas notasImPale
as asImPale assim ate do not asaoctote with the rout roatif r05tt
if t tile a students This writer who to I IOxford an anoxford anOxford
oxford man cay esys that alter the first week
at Oxford the th American mertcu scholar mur murmur murmur ¬
mur at Engltoh U8b incuhurfty InauIsJ k3 and draw into intoIve 1ft intothemselves to tot
t themselves h Ive at the American Club where wherethey wherthe whrethey
they read American newspapers dtocu dtocuAmerican dWeu dWeuA
American A politic atnr Slfl American song songand IO IOan4 usage usageand
and might Jut a al well be back in Amer Amera Aawrha AmerIra
ha a for toraR all U the good they the do Oxford or ortMeaneivea ort ort1eeIsIeL
tMeaneivea t There TIM seem to be beOftly only on onplace one oneplue onerlaee
place where the th American scholar join joinwith jobsIda jo4nwith
with Ida their fettow te8 f low w students tudent of Oxford on onrommon Oftc oncmm0u
rommon c ground ad thai ttIa hi on the ath athletic athIftie athletle ¬
letic field fteId where It 1 to admitted that the theexcellence tbeueeIJeM theexcellence
excellence of the American gaIns him himrovrta mIovete
Iovete rovrta < dtotlnctlon sad to of great ben benefit beIIfftt binefit ¬
efit to Oxford In her rivalry with Cam Cambridge Cantbrt cambridle ¬
bridge bridgeU brt bridleIi
U may ma he remembered QIII1d that when the thefact tINfl thefa
fact fl ta ts of Cecil Rhodes will became known knownthere knownthere knownthere
there wa wee some apprehension expressed expressedlest exptMHdlest expressedleet
lest our Rhode Rb04 scholar should Jlbouliatt Jlbouliattth after afterthree <
three th ttiri year at Oxford lose much of their theirunderstanding thetrundeniaDdiac theirunderstanding
understanding of the true American Americanspirit AmnPIJSt Amerimn5p1v1t
spirit PIJSt thai being steeped In British claa claasictom clu5ie cmiMeiain
sictom 5ie they might return with a weak weakened weakened weakened ¬
ened affection and reverence for the dem democratic democratlc dimoeratIc ¬
ocratic Institution which are at t once onceThe onceI
The 1 he strength and the glory dor Son of o the United UnitedState GntedStat LnItadStates
State Stat States It appear that all such cht chtwe fears fearswer tearswere
we were wer tllroanded The American youth youthremain 78Qthenaata youtherrjsIis
remain an n American youth still UM and andven andvea andven
ven in the schools that hat bred the proud proudrt proud3t
rt 3t of British stmteemen hil1fteft and who whose halls hallshave hallslve hallshave
have sheltered ed kino his pauiotUm to toproof JaI Ispmo
proof proofSlnea I pmo pmoSines roof
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GayiMw to entirely well or that the thellodMBtar UteHoetNRIr theJtocbesW
llodMBtar convention erred Hr in accepting acceptingthe aoeepU aoeepUlhe aeeeptInthe
the Craebaan cr ultimatum ultimatumThe ultimatumTke ulthnatuuThe
The Healing Arts ArtsGH ArtsGI ArtsGfl
GH Bta Biu In an extravagantly extra pan carica caricature euteat caricatared ¬
ture t tared ur description of his h several appren apprenticeship aPlMenticellal1Nl sprentlc ¬
ticeship tlc aidpi with physIcIans of the age a in inwhleh 1ftwhldt inwhkk
whleh he lived present t te the utweeJt th reader h htween bu butween
tween th tIM line I lines a pretty fair idea of the thehealers theh th thimnaim
healers h imnaim art rt and method UtocIa in th the ofght eighteenth ofghtefntb ¬
eenth century Such a standard a as may mayeasilr UI UIaslq maeasily r
easily he erected upon upo the pictures ptetur which whichThte whtehth I Ithis
this th account and nd old romances JOMaftC give Ive An Anablol wt wtahios n nablo
ablo one to Institute a tolerably ju juat jualiomarlaoii t tompartson
ompartson 0 of It with preeatday tatday etab etablished eltabHaW tb tbuiabed
HaW method and the several voral SUKBO SUKBOtion aUI uuggoslions ll llHou
lions Hou that are so frequently put forward forwardpotent formt I Ipotent
potent t hcattng heaIt halta agencies agneieThe agenciesThe nelM nelMTIM
The change which the world ha au made madeIn machoIn msibin
In the treatment of o the sick fek within 1 otthln the thesuggested thesuatad thiMlfleIted
suggested period pei lod and more IftOr particularly particularlywithin JJlltIeUlAllywltlda rtieuIar rtieuIarwithin
within the hut half century Is one of the themoat themMt thfmost
moat ulaldcant ap ificam meacuats meuu of the progr progrof procrot prograd progradof
of elvittmuion for its vary foundation foundationand foundationand I Iand
and the Ui mahMprmg mhwpi iiiis which incite to the thecure thecure thicurs
cure of disease and relief of physical suf suffering sutten stttturing ¬
turing ten are those benevolent affection affectionthe alteeUoMthe elfectionithe
the scjwrotw esous 0IIe exercise of which wsieithe thrtntgh thrtntghthe tbfo h hthe
the social community make for all that thatis thti8 t tis
is really re 1 well worth while in life lifeIn lit litIn lifeIn
In the Krietly etrlcU technical and nd academic academicstudy acad acadtud acadei acadeistudy
study tud of dteeaae there
te at work all over overthe overt oveit1e
the t 1 world
an Incredibly Jarga army arin of ofoctentavtc si sinelendsis C C8tdIq
octentavtc whoM live are devoted in instudy IIIf I ItU
f tU study exposure ur and experiment to the therigid theril1d th thrii
rigid rii vetgatlon of conditions ages agenrie agesci 1 1c
c ci rie i a ned d1 remedie with
all th the exae exaetnee nee neeof I Irbf I Iof
of eieadlcJICIID ncieatl cieatifle procedure ure It Is upon this thisgreat thl 5 5groat i
great 1 Mbaiiatum biLaIsim of pteelsd tIe lo kno tZO1edg tZO1edgthat > edge edgethat I
that I hat the t world mot ost relies for both aid aidand ak akad
and iKtormatfan bsfnrma detrin irieg inS the th crtee crises of dte dtefe d1aese I
fe feBut 0 eseRut t
But hardly less important in the great greatevidence grea r t tC t tevidences
evidence C < f advance appear the develop development deloloprfnt developmont ¬
mont of all th the means of helpful minis minterattan minisrittls 11t 11ttroltMM
troltMM rattan rittls s by nurse Aur nursee the sanitary and com comfwtahte comf cornfrtbs
fwtahte f housing of o patient and an the thethoulainfl th I
thoulainfl tho and one means of ameliorating amelioratingriffering am amellorstlniFdfertng lto ltnr ltnrJlferiDG
riffering and prometn promoting n phyateal com comfort eomf earnfort ¬
f fort on during Ing the 01 hour h u of pain pal and suffer suffering autrerinr settering
ing to which hleh all are at t time dlnOi exposed exposedTht upGsedThta exposedThis
Tht This jfd side dl sttpniMtonttd ootid by the generous ginerousontrftwtlone generouson
1 ontrftwtlone on tlone of sympathy pathy and philan philanthropy phUnnthropy phflanthropy ¬
thropy everywhere BO apparent affords I
a correct view of the advance ndvanaathi the world worldhas worl worlhf18 worldhan
has mndo In tho militant charity that Is Ischaracteristic Inoharactorlstio s shorncterlstlo
characteristic of this age ageIt ageIt ageIt
It la doubtless along alongthese aIon these avonues of ofsympathy otsympnUt ofsympathy
sympathy philanthropy and tho applica application application appliestion ¬
tion of what may be regarded a as the ao aoceaeorlea aoC accoesorles
ceaeorlea C of medical treatment that the theadvocates tlliad8Cates theaclvouates
advocates of tho many theories th60rl that the themind themind themind
mind Is a dominant factor In physical physicalhealth phylealhealih physicalhealth
health have arrived All 11 schools of phy physicians ph1slclans physicians ¬
sicians are ready to admit that the mind mindInfluences mindInt1uences mindnilueneon
Influences I both the feelings Ce Hn s and the thehealth th thehealth f fhealth
health it Is the question of the true truemeasure truemOftsure truemeasure
measure of this Influence that cause ft adifference ftdltr ftdifference
difference dltr rence among them And upon this thissubject thf thf1bJect thissubject
subject aa upon nearly ne rly all others which whichHe whiehiie
He l ie close to human interests and welfare woJf1iroextromlS welfareextremes
extreme of opinion are freely ami vigor vigorously vigorously vigorously ¬
ously expressed No one even the mot motconservative moateonHlat1vo mosteenserativO
conservative objoets to a resort to all of ofthe otthe ofthe
the agencies that may be palliative or orhelpful orh6lpul orhelpful
helpful In illnossand pain so long as a arational arational arational
rational prudence does not neglect the ap application application apphicatlon ¬
plication of the agencies Rsncl a which long ong ex experience experience oxporlonco ¬
perience has taught have the Indorsement Indorsementof
of science which after all la only an another another another ¬
other name for tried and proved knowl knowledge knowledgo knowledge ¬
edge edgeOf edgeof
Of t course coutH if ifwo we should need any ex executiva e eecutln oxoCiUvfI <
ecutiva holp while hUo PreaWeat t Taft to in inPanama InPanama InPanama
Panama we know where wherb to turn turnArmy turnArmy turnArmy
Army and i Navy Legislation LegislationThe
The Th annual sauna report of the military com commanders commaftClen cornmandere ¬
manders teem with recommendation for forthe Cortb forthe
the tb increase of the commissioned per personnel persoaHI personnel ¬
sonnel which wJllch is the subject of a special specialbill specIAlbllt sp ci1 ci1bill
bill now no pending before Congress The TIMrcomm8ndaUoM Thereoommendatlons j jrecommendation
recommendation pertain to the coast coastartillery coaatartUter coastartillery
artillery a Il well elt a aa the mobile army and amiseek aacl8k andnek
seek to supply ppl the number of officer ome re required rlt rltqulred required ¬
quired for Ailing the places of those who whoare wltoare whoae
are called away from their regular com commands commanda cotsmands ¬
mands by what to known a u detached detachedduty detubedduty detachedduty
duty such a aM that with 1tb the militia the thecollege theeol1 thecolleges
college eol1 where instruction to given in inthe Inthe hithe
the military art by army arm officers ocers recruit recruiting recrultIn rocrultin ¬
ing in < duty dut servico Y1ee with the general al staff taff of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the War Department t and so on It Itwould Itould Itwinki
would ould take nearly SCO O officers to fill the theplace theplaces theplacot
place of those who are now no oa duty of ofone ofOftl ofOs
one Os class or another anotherIt anotherIt
It is not likely that Congress COft ruIi can be beinduced beIJMluced beinduced
induced to make any such ucb increase laer at atthte Attitle atthis
title time especially peclt11y a as the navy VI and andMarine aIMIartne andMarine
Marine Corp have their need in th thsame the theaPle thesame
same direction if to a lea loam numerical numericalextent Jlumertcalxteat numericalextent
extent and represented ales by pending pendinglegislation MIICftagle peedhiglegislation
legislation le Looking at the situation from fromthe tr trtbe fromthe
the standpoint of those of the military militarynaval mtlttaynaval militarynaval
naval establishment tabl t it probably appear appearthat anthat appearsthat
that Congress to singularly lacking 1ackta la lasagacity IApcltJy Insagacity
sagacity pcltJy in it its postponement of definite definiteand de atlaDd definiteand
and positive action on the these varlo varlomuauretl variousmeasures various j jmeasure
measure measures of relief but the legislator le lator latorpermUted to topermitted Ispermitted
permitted to view vie the th situation from a aless a1ftI aless
less prejudiced standpoint and appreciate appreciatethat apprecmtethat Pl NClatethat
that there are other ther neceatltie quite a aurgent u uunt asurgent
urgent and of equal value to the public publicand publicand publicand
and for the maintenance mt D of the govern pv ¬
mien a aa any ot me p pfor propooe tegisinueti Uott Uotttor
for f ot the Increase of oommlwtoped Io ed person personnel penIOftnel ¬
nil nel the reorganisation of the military militarynaval ntIUtar ntIUtarMva1 militarynaval
naval body or the augmentation of the thetacilitie teadUU theacilities
f tacilitie adUU of o attack ttaek aad defense defenseOn defenseOn
On 0 of the dUUcultie which beet mem member member ¬
ber hers of the Howe and Senate naval and andmilitary andntllttary
military committee when it coma to todetermining toetIh todetermining
determining etIh which wb of a voluminous and andvaried aa4V1UMd n4
varied maa ream of proposed service vk legtota legtotaUOR hs hsUoft
tins shall ba11 b be enacted art from the thefailure UtelaUure thefailure
failure of the service > expert themcolveto t61 t61to themcolve thrmvssto
to agree upon the th beet measures meaur of re relief reIkf reot ¬
lief h ot and reform Hardly any measure measurewhich murewhich meaaurewhich
which affect a < eell mor more than one officer officerreaches o ofilcerresehes lcer lcerrettM
reaches Congress without being closely closelyfollowed eiGHtytotlowCMI closelyfollowed
followed with IIt the information that It to tomore Itmore Iimore
more or lea Ie unworthy of Congreutona Congreutonaadoption COft Conresaiona1adoption reutoDal reutoDaladoption
adoption With Congress disposed d to do donothing doOtltl donothing
nothing Otltl en the slightest provocation provocaU U 1tII Its
1 II s no occasion for or remark that this tb ofH ofHportion OfopoIJtlon op opposition
portion to sufficient for the pigeonholing pigeonholingof pllllOnhoUftot
of bills which are sent to the Capitol Capitolwith Capitolwith l lwith
with departmental indorsement if not notdepartmental notdepartm6fttal so4departmental
departmental authorship and sustained mi4alnoda
a as they are in some Instance by Presi Presidential PrNldentl Presidentist ¬
dentist approval and an ftd appeal It to not notnnueual aotuftual notunusual
unusual for member of the military militarynaval mlUtaryIIval militarynaval
naval committee to find it poattbte to tovay toiay toiy
vay iay to theae seeking legislation on some somegeneral somegeneral 0 0le
general le eral proposition that they are willing willingto
to impart committee eoalI Uee support ppwt to a propo proposition propoJlLIon propoiltion ¬
sition when it shall > hall have met with ith a areasonable ar areasonable
reasonable r Da1e measure of approbation on onthe 011the onthe
the part of those ia I wheN behalf it Itoftfltld to tooffered Isotfred
offered This ft to antagonism a which it itwould Itwould Itwould
would seetn eem to be easy enough to avoid avoidbut votd votdNt
but it ha hu undoubtedly been n the principal prtnclMi1Ie principalobstacle
obstacle Ie in I the Ut way of successful JJueee tul serv service rvIe aervice ¬
ice Ie legislation legislationAlas lea legIslationAlas t toft toftA1u
Alas for or the rarity of ChrIstian charity charitybetween eilultyt8en
between t8en opposing optMMll candidate candidateThe candldatThe
The Probation System SystemThe Systemfie SystemThe
The probation system s tem ha h has recently r < ftftU been beonput fe6put beenput
put In force in Washington The Th pri primary 1 1mal ¬
mary object of this 0 system ayet m te to save saveflri IAnftrK
flri ftrs offenders from 10 the th severe punish punishment punlllhIIeat punishuent ¬
ment to which they become beom liable and andrf alHltt andf
rf f possible to reclaim them and make makeuseful makeuseful are areueeful
useful citizen of them themUnder tb tbUftdfor themndfr
Under ndfr It probation officer are are In the thediscretion Utedbleretlolof thedimretionof
discretion dbleretlolof the trial Judge Jufl e given tYen charge chargeof cart cartan
of all first offender except those guilty guiltyof plittor
of the more heinous crime And it is tethe isthe isthe
the duty of o the probation officer to keep keeptrack keeptraek keeptrack
track of the th offender ottender for a prescribed prescribedtime preserlbedtime
time and exercise a certqln guardianship guardianshipover
over 1 him himThe Iftt IfttThe
The Tb benefit bon8atI of this system when well wellmanaged ell ellma8eel
managed are far reaching rehln The benefit te tenot illnot Isnot
not confined eoft Md te the criminal nor to his htefamily hi hitmlly hisfamily
family but extend to the public at atlarge atlarle atlarge
large for it te well known that service servicein servicein e eht
in prison tend t tends to make hardened crimi criminate erlatlnala ¬
nate nateBut nalaBut
But ut the sysiem J1I te prone to mismanage mismanagement mismanagemeet ¬
meet ment Any ftl one familiar with 1tJt the work workings worklags wk wkI ¬
lags I of t th the system In Mew York City Cityknows C1tItDO Cityknows
knows ItDO that It ha has detracted from the thefear thefear thefear
fear of the law The criminal classes classeslook cluRlloot dames dameslook
look upon probation ax a Il matter of right rightand dabtancl rightand
and a as a surety ty against punishment for forthe fOlthe forthe
the first offence This th 1s I due in no small smallmeasure smallmeuure smallmeasure
measure to the fact that the New York YorkJ Yorkjudges
judge J have ratted to exercise o erdM the diner discretion dinertio ¬
tion tl tio vested eetetl in the them aad have enforced enforcedthe forCetil forCetilth I Ithe
the th hvw nfi a It It read all first offender offendershall olr offendersshall dWII dWIIshan
shall bo nrt pwtupon upon probation probationThe probaUonTbeMOtJon hWiltiOlIThe
The TbeMOtJon probation oflleer oaicers m en are overrun overru with withprobationers withprobattonCMS withprobatlonecs
probationers and It te Impossible for forthem fortttjftt forthorn
them to keep kee track of much tes him to toupervfae topeniee touporiee
upervfae those tho commuted eOIRmU ted to their tb Ir care careTho careTIlo careThe
The probationer JMob tlOfter usually make makes a formal formalj formalreport
report r rt only once a ij month which may bo botrue betw botrue
true tw or false Under these circumstances circumstancesIt
It 18 I ° not t surprising that we very often oftenand oCtenSbtd oftenfind
and the probationer proM tloner engaged engag fl In crime crimeeven crimeon crimeeven
even during durl the term of his probation probationIt
It is to be hoped that these theM thee and like likeevils I1kfto11ti likeevils
evils will be avoided In the Washington AVaahlngtonsystem Washingtonsystem
system 8 8tem This can be dene n through the
trial judges exorcising exorolsln tho discretion discretionvested dlsoretlonostod discretionvested
vested in him wisely wilel wieelythat that is by extend extending extendIng extendIng ¬
ing tho benefits of the system to none nonesavo nonoSaO nonesave
SaO those thO O likely to prove worthy of it itAnd ItAnd it itAnd
And by the maintenance of an adequate adequateforce adequatetorea adequateforce
force of probation oJflesrs who take their theirduty tholrdUty theirduty
duty of guardianship seriously and un under undor Under ¬
der no circumstance are content with withmero withmoro withmere
moro torml reports reportsAs repoltaAs reportsAu
As wo understand Actor Sotharns an answer answer answer ¬
swer to his wifes 1fes divorce suit he left her herwithout herwithout herwithout
without juttt provocation but was justly justlyprovoked j justlyprovoked itl itlprooked
provoked when he left leftIt leCtIt leftIt < >
It took a big council a whole w Wflek jek to todecide todecldo todecide
decide whether prayer helps a siok man mannd mnnand manand
and nd then the they > didnt decide it itA It ItA ILA
A headline says Egg 1ggs are soaring soaringand soaringand soaringand
and at the same time a news now item Kays Kaysthat 81l EaySthat S Sthat
that a number of actors are going back backto backto backto
to the farm to work workBast work13aat workEast
East St St Louis L uIs will not permit its po poHoamofl poUCirtHtn pohSoepio
Hoamofl to smoke cigarettes East St StLouis StLouis StLouis
Louis mind you lout loutIt youIt
It te reported report that tho now President Presidentof Pr Preidcntof ldent ldentot
of Portugal write poetry But even evtmAmerican ctlnAmnen evenAmerican
American Presidents are often oft eruelly eruellymaligned jru91l jru91lmaUgnld oruohlymaligned
maligned malignedAs
As u MI expounder of political English EnglishProf EnglishProf EnglishProf
Prof Woodrow oodrow Wilson has his distinct distlnetuee distinctHe distinctuses
uee uses He declare doclar that the trouble with withdirect wtthdlnJct withdirect
direct prinmriee te that thai th are not notdirect notdlroet notdirect
direct nor y yet t primaries primariesThe IMlmarl6SThe primariesThe
The statement that Manuel of Portu Portugal Portua1 Portuga ¬
gal ga own 0 owns several eral million in foreign torolgnCuriUOI so socuriUca e ecuriUoc
curiUoc would seem to indicate that at atleast atunit
least 1 he was as thoughtful enough to look lookahead lookaboa lookahead
ahead aheadThe aboa aboaI aheadThe
I The Milwaukee MUwftuk Sentinel entinol asks Hasnt Hasntsomo Ha5ntI Hasntsome
I some kind motherly or fatherly fatherl porcon porconInvited JtontOnInvtted orion orionInvited
Invited you to Thanksgiving Thank > IlftS dinner yet yetWith yotr yotrWith ot t tWith
With humiliation the lh confession comas comasNot comliNot comesNot
Not yet yetMrs yetMr et etIra
Mrs Mr Ira s Rorer the famous oook says that thatwe thatw thatwe
we w should iftoldc1 beware ware or lobster But nor horadvice nora6viee heradvice
advice is not directed toward chorus chorusgirl choruaI ehorueEtria
girl Etria k kt 1 1At VAt
At t least it might scum that those Now NowYork NowYork NewYork
York art dealers were artists in smug smugfling smugCling smuggling
fling flingThe
The Swiss republic has h formally torma1l wel welcomed woleomotl ol oleoeeed ¬
comed the new rapwWiean iJMl infant POt Portugal POttuwal Pertugal ¬
tugal There are re likely Hkel to be mont in infant Intam Inanti ¬
fant tam anti of the same sort in n that European Europeanfamily EllropoantamilI urupcaa urupcaafamily
family familyWhen tamilIWh familyWhen
When Wh that proportion to sell II ileUM by bythe bythe bythe
the pound goes through throu < h there will hardly hardlybe naml namlbe hardlybe
be so much light reading readingA nacllagChIea
A Chicago ChIea physician says that too toomuch toomuch toomuch
much pie is detrimental trlmentai to health All Allthe Allth Allthe
the th political pie p1 is soon to be put safely safelyaway eafelyaway fel felaway
away in the civil service cupboard cupboardTalk clipboardTalk cupboardTalk
Talk about Uk a feast of reason They They0arge Thoyarge Theyserge
serge arge that the colonel te eating his hiswords hiswwda I Iwords
words in his latest speeches peeeh on the tariff tariffKin tanltK tariffXlng
Kin K Xlng Manuel MaueIIt it is said selected Ieoted Gibral Gibraltar CUbsaltar Cibraltar ¬
tar M a a BM PlaCe of refuge rfu e because beca becaus it had
bs been b een so well 11 advertised That New Jer Jersey Jery Jeroy
sey s oy y insurance company should otter
a job jobFor jobir
For ir his courage and Independence IndependenceSenator IftClepende IftClependeSeator indepoadencenaer
Senator enaer Bourne ourne Jg to he admired says saysaa saysn s sA
aa a n Oregon Journal Yes Y and genrsflvupported
I supported s too tooI tooTbe tooThe
I The new regime N in Nicaragua guaran guarantees guarant guaranees ¬
tees t ees the th privacy of letters Prof Harry HarryPeek Harr HarrPeck Harryeck
Peek P eck hi thinking tJataJda of moving down wn there thereA thereA thereA
The solitude to not a myth mythTto mythTta mythTie
Tie cold upon the th river riverYuu rtV8lYuu riverYen
Yuu contemplate your bedroom with withA 1otthA withA
A shiver shiverThere MlvllTtlere shiverThere
There are a no people peopMOft on the U lawn lawnWhich JaWftWbieb lawnWhICh
Which make m you glum u and glummer glummerThe lumm lummTiM tuznmer tuznmerTb
The Tb pretty girl girls have va all n bean bHItSInce g ne neSince n nSince
Since summer summerThe summerThe nner nnerThe
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Th TU night dark decks gab Q seam jj sema silly sillyTbe atyI sillyThu
I Tbe porch to empty and tb the breeze braozeI Brtl breezeIs Z4t Z4tb
I b chilly chillyThe chUffTM chillyTb
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And shakes ahale his head ia pity pityYou ttYo pityYou
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The city cityTh
In Full Swln SwlnTIt Swing SwingTb
Th campaign pasn to now formally to < ma1t open openWhy o openWhy n nWIQ
Why do you say that thatI thaU thatI
I ate e an a engineer ha hAS shaken Jrea haMS haadawith haMS1th hnndtith
with w 1th a a trainload of candidates candidatesAll candldatsAU candidatesAll
All Along the lie Line LineOur JlneOur LineOur
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goes g nus up he raises r the price of meat meatThats matUTtMlls meatThats
Thats all right He H has to use u ko to tokeep tokeep teeep
keep k eep his meat chilled chilledBut chilledBut chilledBut
But he also a gives ivee the price of kindling kindlingwood kln k1ndtn k1ndtnood lInl lInlwood
wood w ood a substantial boost boostIn bootitIn boostIn
In Armor ArmorIn A triiioin rIlIOI rIlIOIIn
In I n day days of old when hen knights were bold boldAnd boldAN bldAnd
And never MV r known to blench blenchTe blenchTe blencho
Te T o don their clothes the th saying goop goopThey 800ZTber goesThey
They used a monkeywrench monkeywrenchAll monkewronehAll
All ll the AdvantageThe AehnlltngeTbe Advantage AdvnistngeaThe
The house to easy ea of access you OU say sayOh sayOh r rOk
Oh ye 1M It I is within short walking walkingdistance walkingd ssahktn ssahktnistance
distance d tance of a point where a railroad is isexpected isoxpected it S Sxpected
expected e to be built soon soonnolnc aeonDollIJ soonDoing
Doing Her Part PnrtWife PurtWit PartWife
Wife Wit will you thread a needle for me meI meI mewant
I want to sew on a button buttonCertainly buttonCfrtalnl buttonCertainly
Certainly Cfrtalnl Ill thread the needle for forynu fory foiou
ynu y ou u There you OU are I dont knew how howyou howou ho hoou
you y ou aver managed before you ou wore mar married married marod ¬
ried n od
A Duel Egg BKRTHe EggHo EggHe
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What te his latest roguery rogueryHe rogueryHe 1 1He
He borrowed my revolver ostensibly ostensiblyto oatGn ostensibI bl blto r ro
to t o commit suicide and then wont and andpawned anlip an anawned
pawned p p awned ned it
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With i JI nanf IIIb ahem of trcef tl tie lfl for warfare droised
C CaD ca a risttly TIlt t1 assume 0 or disphty
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L Local jr l to guard thy th mow than royal sway awai
Of tawdtfHried haw 4Wmi511 liberty libertyMillion Hbert HbertmutoDs Ubettylhimma
Million lure COM t arrow th Ute ocean CICl 11 foam r earn
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MiUtors were bora beststh thy Mds and know
No other Sag but thee thteA thwAM theetmt
A AM d ether darter < millitms here the joke
or bawhtRf imds In thy borders till the rake
Of LJtMoln Rjxsk IlOIte Zok
BenT Van Djke in Scritaerl
New eT Yorks ta FlBHtlnjf Chance ClmnccFrwn ChnnecFretn ChancePtern
Frwn th the Milwaukee mW lukre Sentinel SentinelWhen SClItfnelWhen ptinel ptinelWhen
When the th doctors doctors say sa of a patient II tl nt that thathe thathe thathe
he has a fighting chance that patient patientthereupon patlontthereupon pationtthereupon
thereupon bocomts an objoet of brisk briskanticipatory briskanticipatory briskanticipatory
anticipatory interest to the undertaken undertakenIn umlortal en enIn
In sporting tiJl10rUngclrcles circles a lighting htlng chance is iscommonly Iscommon iscommonly
commonly common taken as a mighty poor one onesay oneICl onesay
say ICl about f1 out a 1 to 3 shot in tho betting bettingAnd bottlngAmi bettingAnti
And when politicians say their candidate candidatehas eandldntehas candidatehas
has a fighting t1ghtfrtg chance in the election electionIt
It Is about equivalent to admitting that thatnothing thatnothing
nothing much short of a a miracle can cansave CRnIfLe catisave
save him himYet himYet bUnYet
Yet we find Senator Root saying sa lng that thatthe thatthe thatthe
the Republican ticket in New York ha haa hal hala hasa
a flighting n hUnll chance I Iii that tho best bestconscientiously bOthe besthe
he din conscientiously say for It at a astage IIstage astage
stage when whoops of confidence in inbentlng inbettlnr inbesting
besting thorn to a frazzle are needed neededSo n neededSo ad6fl ad6flSo
So whats the th matter Has the colonel colonelBryanized colonelBrIU1Izod colonelBryanizod
Bryanized hi his party In New York Into Intofragments Intofragmonts tatefragments
fragments with that Oiawatomie doc doctrine doctrine doctrine ¬
trine of hi his It wa was hi his convention It
j 1 11 hi hit platform and hi his ticket It will willbe witbe willhe I
be regarded r ranlod as hi hllll defeat should Mr MrRoots MrRoots MrRoots
Roots Indirect prognostication coma true truein truen
in n which case It will be easy for tho thocolonel thoeolonol thtcolonel I
colonel to Issue an under no circum circumstance circumstnnces circuntstances ¬
stance Ac c manifesto a as to 1012 1012Senuior IOl IOlSClllttor 1012Senator
Senuior Curler ISntlmrrnMseil ISntlmrrnMseilPrem I Iiinlnrrnssediro mhnrrnedINM
Prem iro the Butt Pette Miser XiMrThfl I IThA MiserTha
ThA beat b t Joke that has ha happened so sofar Mfllr
far In th the political battle Is reported reportedfrom roportfMlfrom reportedfrom I
from Phllipcburg Phm bur where here Senator Carter Carterspoke Carterspoke Cartespoke
spoke hut Thursday Thur y night In his reg regular 1ogular regular ¬
ular set t speech Mr Carter pay pays quite a atribute aISut n
tribute ISut to Congressman Pray who is istarred istarr ii iitar4ed I
tarred tarr with the same m brush a ail tho Son Senator Sonter Sonator ¬
ator ter although one to Aldrlehiwn and the theother tbeother theother
other Cannontem CannontemTh Canontmrb4t Cannoninnlbu
Th rb4t Senator had himself worked orked up to toK toat
K daily simulated slmula tecl pitch of oarneetn oarneetnwhich OflmMtnwhteh eameetnim I
which to I necessary to the play pia when whenSpeaker ben benp8f1ker I
Speaker p8f1ker Cannon Montana supporter to toIntroduced tl 1 1introduced I
Introduced l tradueed and Mr Carter started thla thlasubject thhlotl thhsubject
subject off by saying sayingNow sayingNow 1n 1nNoW
Now there to Mr Pray Who Win to toCharles I
Charles N Pray Pr y Then TIt with Ilk a Anal Analfkjurifch AnalI analflourhib I II
I fkjurifch urifh of his right rt bt hand the Senator Senatordeclare SenatQft1eelarefl
declare I repeat repua who ho to Charlie CharliePray CNrtlePray CliaclitPray t
Pray PrayHe PrayHe PrayHe
He seemed to pause for a reply roIJI and a atall atill atall
tall till gauntlooking gauntlook man arose in the au audience audleae ¬
dience and amid Id If no one on else will willbite willbite willbite i
bite I wHL Who to he he any u7war u7warr anyway way r rMr
Mr r Carter Ca r to said to have baY appeared appearedterribly a apposreCterribly td tdtorrlbl I
terribly torrlbl embarrassed banaed while the th audience audiencewa audJewas I Iws
wa was convulsed with Jaupterh laughter laughterWhy
Why h IK the Colonel JnJllnJf JnJllnJf11M laggingfFaes In ginpr ginprFma
Fma ik she RsktoMN 1sito fcm fcmThe w wTb
The Tb colonel to lagging 8 very far behind behindthe behindlhe I Ithe
the insurgent on the tariff They frank frankly Mftkly frankly ¬
ly and freely freel denounce the PayneAM PayneAMrich PaYMJktneh PayneAidrich
rich len and demand an a immediate immediatevision re revteton r rvt
vision downward Col Roosevelt ROOHvelttate heat heattales hesitotes
tales tate allow the New York convention conventionto I Ito
to adopt a a standpat tariff plank and andtalk nd ndtala I Italks
talk talks vaguely vacuel of investigation by tariff tariffcommission tarllrcomtone r rcommissions
commission On other qu question d Mr MrRootevelt rROOIeYo1t MrRoosevelt
Roosevelt may have caught up and lidme In Insome Is a aman
some man me cases to even running rUtUtI ahead heac of ofthe ofthe ot r rthe
the progressives pa v On the tariff question questionhe qttonhe I Ihe
he appear to be still in the rear along alongwith alon alonath aloniwith
with ath Taft Lodge AJdrich Cannon and aJtdPane aes I IPayne
Pane Tb Tha colonel himself haa
very late in starting on tariff revision revisionand r rnd
and nd will have considerable prograec preg to tomake toke tomake
make before he catches up with Cum Cummin Cumnstul Cutsmine ¬
min mine La Foilette DoHlver sad his b dear dearfriend dMrfriend dearfriend
friend Beveridge BeveridgeDr
Dr AVIUon 11011 Xot AinatcHrlili AinatcHrliliPVo Amnt Rrlh RrlhtJl
PVo Pine th the PbibMMphia Ib IbA ftocead ftoceadA
A free country according to Wood Woodrow rOOd rOOdrftW
row Wlteoa WI kIoe to a a country wherein wMr the theprofOMlonal theKOteulonal
professional politician poUttc are 10 kept perpet perpetually torpstusily ¬
ually guessing Ias For a aa amateur near nearthe in inthe Isthe
the art of government pvern Nftt this Is not bad hadAnd badAnd badAnd
And it to wonderful what aa amount of ofguesaing otCHaine
guessing this mere schoolmaster ha haalready hu hualNady
already compelled eUed the professional to todo todo
do It look looks as though New Jersey were werefast
fast Hearing nearln the day y of her freedom freedomfrom freedomOlft
from Olft the board of guardian and other otherexponent oUwtrtxponenta
exponent of o a government of the In Interests latera
terests by b the lat interest eta nod few the in inter 1 1tEtl Intereats ¬
ter tereats evta
A Strong Combination CombinationPnsa CnmhlnntlonP CombinationP
Pnsa P th the Nan X York y aiM XsttThree KdTbrH
Three Republican and they tht the most mostdtotingutohed moetUaSUiah mostdistinguished
distinguished UaSUiah in the land cooperated to tofarm tolerlll toform
farm ib th Republican line II of battle in Uit UitStatedirect the theSUited1roct thisStatedIrect
Statedirect nomination to the fore a apragreeatve aGrve aproressive
pragreeatve ticket and ad I IHUMa
Grve platform Gov GovHush Go
Hush HUMa made the issue President Taft Taftsave TaftiTO I Ilit
save lit it his h support a as national party partyloader partyloader I IJOtHter
loader Theodore Roosevelt ROOHn lt to driving drivingthe drivingthe
the tit light home Any cause UM in which hleh these thesemen thesemen I Iea
men ea stand shoulder to shoulder > may not notappeal notaDP notappeal
appeal to Democrats of the Murphy ilk ilkbut ilk ilkIMtt Ilkbitt
but ought to look good to Republicans RepubUcaasnother RepublicansAnother RepublicanstntIier
Another nother Foolish QueMlon QueMlonPtm Qn tlon tlonI
Ptm Uw Lanterilte L CourhWoanal CourhWoanalWould Courie Crorier4mwaJWould OIIIIIa1 OIIIIIa1Would
Would Theodore Roosevelt like to be bePrescient bePre1ent
Prescient again ak uk a Honolulu jour journal jourmel ¬
mel Would a deepaoa d eploe fish in lAthe the Hono Honolulu Honolulu Honolulu ¬
lulu aquarium like to get loose in ft the theocean tJMoceAn theocean
ocean oceAnAn
An 4hntn Advnninpeon eotlll Po Position PoitIonPram PositionFrw 11 Ii Ion Ionp
Pram the ThiU I W l hli Pus PusCol l lCt PasseCil
Col Roosevelt 1tO s o doubt enjoyed hte hteairship 1151Alrsblp Msairship
airship trip It put him in a a poeitionhere position positionwhere poeiUonbere
where here he didnt have to explain anything anythingabout anythingabout nt1lngabout
about the tariff tariffThe wltrThe tariffThe
The Fairy Pnlr Godmother GodmotherFrom GocJmothcrllthe
From the Cfewfewl CI Mata DMfer DMferThe DM DMTho PealeThe
The fairy godmothers stood to around the thecradle theeradl thecradle
cradle of the pink and white newcomer newcomerThere newcomtrThere newcomerThere
There were a a half dozen of these thee god godmothers lOdmotherl godmothers ¬
mothers because the family was an old oldone oldone oldone
one and an had them in stock stockThe stoekTho stockThe
The old ladle leaning on their ebony ebonycanes ebonycanes bonyCAnes
canes looked ked down at the stranger strangerthoughtfully strllnletthoughtfully strangerthoughtfully
thoughtfully and were silent for a little littlespace littlespace littlespace
space spacePresently spacePreentl spacePresently
Presently Preentl the oldest godmother spoke spekcI sJ > k kI
I will give her wealth she said saidthat s1dthat saidthat
that she may ma marry a prince princeI
I will 111 give her pride prid said th the second secondthat sec nd ndthat
that she may hold herself aloof front fromthe frontUte frontthe I
the poor and common commonI
I will give nor selnehMM selftahne said the thethird thethtrd thethird
third that others O may nta Hatter her by bytheir b bt1l bytheir
their t1l envy envyI
I will give c ve her beauty bOlut said Id the thefourth thefourth a afourth
fourth fourthI
I will 111 give he her the lev love for dres dresid dress tlreySIlk dresssaid
SIlk id the fifth that t she sb may not be an annoyed annored anno ¬
noyed no by b the commoner objects o JeetJ of affec affection atreetlon afteetion ¬
tion tionThen Then Then they all looked at the sixth god godmother godmether godmother ¬
mother motherAnd metherAnd motherAnd
And I said Id the sixth godmother with witha
a sudden smilf will 1It give 81 her the power powerto powerto powerto
to reject all your our gift gifti that she ny be behappy behappy behappy
happy happyPooh happyP06h
Pooh cried the five godmothers In a asatirical asatirical a asatirical L
satirical chorus choruThen chorusThen
Then they went their separate parat6 ways wayswith wa walth wayswith I
with lth much tapping of the ebony canes canesAnd canlSAnd canesAnd
And the little maid > grew up without withoutwealth withoutwealth withoutwealth
wealth or beauty beaut or pride or coltishness solflshnossor sQJ hnoss hnossOr
or vanity vanityAnd vanityAnd nl1 nl1And
And wa was merely morI happy happyWhich happWhich happyWhich
Which after at r all Is something somethingOr
Or Diet He Excnpcf ExcnpcfF EllcnpePreM l3scnpefPeon
F Peon ft Ute Houston Past PastI Pestr PertI
I met Miss Elderly and Miss I1ss Sere 5cr go going goIng gotog ¬
ing for a tramp yesterday yesterdayWhich ye yesterdayWhich torday tordayWhich
Which one of them got him himThe himThe 1 1The
The One Exception ExceptionFrom ExceltlonFrom ExceptionFrom
From the Dallas Xevw XevwWhen News5 News5When ews ewshen
When hen It comes to tho necessities of life lifebreath Ufibreath lit litbreath
breath is the only onl one of them thats thatsfree thatstree thatsfree
Society has another new fad This Thtetime Thliltime Thistime
time It is the collection of rare and andantlQua andnntlqu andantique
antique rings For a real unique ring ringset rlnsIet ringsot
set w with th uncommon stone enortrou enortrousum ctnonrousurn
sum surn sunlit recently rocenpy have been paid p kl by tbe tbesmart tbesmart thesmart
smart set and Mrs Maldwin Drum Drummond Drummond
mond about bout whoso plans for the com coming eornIng corning ¬
ing season In the way of grand enter entertaining ontertalnlnG entertaming ¬
taming at hor London hotise so much muchhas muchhits muchhuts
has been said In the pro prose of both hoist hemispheres homtspherO hoistspheres ¬
spheres lately has tho finest collection collectionof
of such rings ring In England connoiatourx connoiatourxsay connolooNJsay connolmoursnay
say sayThere Thero an ftr one especially reclaUf two ring rings in Mrs MrsDrummond AirsDrummonds t tDrummonds
Drummonds collection which Jf1eh if her herclaim horchthna ltorclaims
claim are true deserve attention One Oneof Oneof Oneof
of these Is I a ring worn by Marie An Antoinette Antoinette Antoinette ¬
toinette on fier Ier way to the guillotine It ItI Itis
I 11 sot with ft a pearl and the unfortunate unfortunateQueen unCortunateQueen unfortunateQueen
Queen It te i said were 01 It on her fore forefinger foreInger fore9nger ¬
finger on her last walk on earth Then Thenthere Thenthore Thenthere
there thore 1 u superb super ruby rub ring which be belonged be belonoo belonged ¬
longed to Queen Christine of Sweden Swedentho Swedentho Swedenthe
tho famous Spinster Queen of the theScandinavian theSeandlnavlans theScandinavians
The Duche Duchess hHa of Westminster MUftluter Mr MrWaldorf It1raldortAtItOr Mrs MrsWaldorfAstor
Waldorf 1raldortAtItOr Astor who he recently wa was u re received roCftved recetved ¬
ceived by lOng George acor e awl Queen Qu Mary Maryat Maryat al alt
at t Balmoral despite the fact that she shelias shehas
has 11 divorced dlY6 ed her first husband and nd Mr MrIan In InIan hireIan
Ian Malcolm a daughter of Mr ilr8 Airs Lang Langtry J Langtry ang angtry
try now Lady de He llcube the alo lo own in interectlng JIttUnS Interestlag
terectlng ring rings with WJ b historic tor1c associa association MeOCIatlonlll sosoclatiorsu ¬
tion tlonlll tlonlllWhy tiorsuWh7
Why rlttx rJp I IJ 1 to because the fashion fashionleader ruh10aId fuhlosleader
leader Id have set the pace that no noare gloves glovesare rtof rtofare
are to be worn evening eeat and andIn women womenin omen omenIn
In all grade rad of society naturally follow toliowaul follocsuit
suit aul Finger rns therefore are not only onlyadorned onl onlIIdorJMd onlyadorned
adorned with 1th rings rln that are worth onb while whileshowing wblleshowlnK I Ishowing
showing but tho hand also al iO must be in inperfect 1ftperCect I IPStOCt
perfect condition Beauty specialist Peel > ar arnow arnow art I Inow
now coining money lnone manicurists mamcur of the theLondon 01 01London t tLondon
London Wast Wo t tend being called by tile telegraph t tgrpn tilegraph ¬
graph to all parts rt of the land to perfect perfectthe WWfectthe L Lthe
the ladys lady long digit d tAI into thing of ofbeauty ofaut o r rbeauty
beauty aut a process which It to averred averredoften averredoften rttId rttIdotten
often take tak week b to accomplish accomplishSpeaking accomplishSpeaking CCCMDpI CCCMDpISpeaking
Speaking of the gracious reception ac accorded ae aecortled secorded ¬
corded Mr Mrs n Waldorf raldert Astor by royalty royaltyspeculation royItspeculation royaltyspeculation
speculation on that very account to rife rifewhether ritewutber S Swhether
whether King George will deviate t from fromthe tromt I ILb
the t Lb British courts eourt castiron e crott rule never neverte IMYIrtft nevetto
te have hA divorced dlf1He women appear at court courtCbtictionfi courtOHIctJou courtfbections
Cbtictionfi CbtictionfiWe OHIctJouWe fbectionsWO
We all know what hat a stickler UCk Queen QueenVictoria QueenVictoria I IVictoria
Victoria wad far that rule and that sht he hewa hewa a awas
wa was Irreconcilable IrrecotMlla m In that respect Well Wellbeing Wellbel Wellbeing
being bel the first lady of the land and auto autocrat autocrat autocrNt ¬
crat at her own n court eourt she he of course coprae had hada hadIl ha I Ia
a right bt to dictate dtcta court etiquette and a CI to toenforce toentoree u uenforce a
enforce her command If Victoria judg judged judreel judgoil ¬
ed all marriage from the viewpoint of ofher oCI et r
I her own extremely foxtra happy union she he wa wahardly wu wuhanllY I
hardly to be blamed It she sh believed btollen41a btollen41athe In Inthe ix I
the maxim that no woman had a right rightto ntltto rigtat t
to divorce her husband no matter how howbadly howbadl P
badly badl treated she clung < perhaps pertaa too toomuch toomuch totmuch a
much to the orthodox tenet tenon of the Bible BibleBut BibleBut BibleBut
But then Victoria 1etorla wa WU brought up in the theearly theMrly S
early part of the last century and it Itto was wasto p Sp
to be supposed that her view views e would be bea bea hi I
a a bit antiquated though in principle she abewu shewas a
was absolutely right that a woman if I f
she JIb would but try could make a man manInstead maaIDtead
Instead I of break up family tlI tie tieWhen 0 0Wben
When Edward ascended ended the throne it itwa itwas
wa was confidently eonftdenU expected that to totertaJa please pleasea
a certain element In that coterie c terle which he hefancied befueled
fc fancied f In hi his princely day days he would wouldchange wouldehan8e
change c all that and admit divorcees divorceeIndeed divorceesladeed
Indeed I for a while It looked a as though h hreally hr he
really r lIy would but he did not after all alland allaad
and a nd the rules rul to laid id down by his hi mother motherremained moth motheremaInd r rr
remained r in n full and unabridg unabridgld < CI > d force forceNow
Now we hear that King George and andespecially adQ1IHII andespecially
especially Queen Mary lac baa sympathy sympathywith symsmthywith
with women who were e forced to discard discardan dtaeantaa diseariln
an a n undesirable husband For that matter matterso
so s o did King Edward and none more 10than 10 sohan o othan
than t Queen Victoria herself her lf But she wa wadetermined wee U Utfrmlned
determined d tfrmlned before all U things to keep her hercourt hforrourt herourt
court c on a strictly trlctl moral bails b and 80 o will willtbe winthe wilthe
the t he present rulers flee if they do not It Itto ItIs
to i s not personal likes Ilk or dislikes dleUk it I Is the theexample theexmpJe
example they have to set to their country countrywheee
wheee we populace looks up to them for torcetttional ex exceptional ¬
ceptional morality especially since Iaeethe Iaeetheunvor the theunsavory
unsavory unvor doing of o the George CJe n and Wil William Witltam ¬
liam l and to the world in general generalTh eneral eneralThe
Th The Kaiser Killers brother Prince Prbte Henry of ofPrussia atPruuIa
Prussia to doing more to promote good goodfellowship podtellowwhlp goodfellowship
fellowship between betw Germany and Eng England Xa Xalaad ¬
land l than all n of the speeches that tIN tbeEmperor tINEmperor
Emperor ever ha has made de no matter how howfull howfun
full of friendly expression Prince PrinceHenry PrlaeeHear
Henry Hear who recently rer U ha hu been the guest guestof xueeto
of o Ids cousin King George at Balmoral Balmoralthe Balmoralthe
the cousins are very chummy has hasevolved huYOIved
evolved a plan that to bound bounclto to bear bearfruit beartrult
fruit fruitHaving
Having suggested a atrlen417 friendly motor con contest COfttNt ¬
test t est between fifty cars earl representing thebeItt the thebest
best in either country and d which to to totake totake t
take t place next year after 11 the corona coronation eGronalion ¬
lion Prince Henry now Is beginning to toperfect topertod
perfect the details of the plan As A soon soona 3IOORa soonas
a as Prince Francis of Teck lias fully re recuperated re recuperated reCupOettOd ¬
cuperated from the effects eIl cts of the opera operation operaUoa ¬
host which wh b he recently had to undergo undergoa undoteetJn
a meeting < of the competition and the theroute therout theroute
route rout committee Is to be held held when whenPrince WbeftPrlnee whoaPrince
Prince Henry Hen Admiral Rompokl and andCount andCount
Count Muenster representing repre nUq tb the Impe Imperial Imperlat ¬
rial rlat Automobile Club of Germany will willattend wtltattend willattend
attend in person personThat pertlOnThat personTht
That contest t will IU be one of the lead leading 1fMIn ¬
ing In I ng social event of f J 1111 11 l Each car will willhe wtlllte wiltbe
he decorated with 1th British and with IU Ger German GerItUU ¬
man flag flags and carry carr an observer < in inuniform 1ftuniform
uniform an Engltoh E tWb expert on each Ger German German Ourman ¬
man car and a German expert on each oachEnglish OMchEnsUsh
English car carThe carTho
The tour to to occupy twelve tel to four fourteen fourtOOft
teen days and the route will traverse traversedistrict tTaVM58daetrlcUi
district of Interest historically butorlcal1y and the themost themeen
most picturesque pidure que us ft far as scenery is isconcerned Isconcornod
concerned The length of the tour wilt wiltInvolve wtltInvolve
Involve the consideration of some new newand ne neand
and important sporting point The ma machines macbln machines ¬
chines cbln that will m register the fewest mis mishaps mIshal6 asialisps ¬
haps and occupy the let amount of oftime MtlntO oftlnto
tlntO in repairs will win the cup which whichPrince whichPrlzwo
Prince Henry Henr wtohe ita to present presentThe preeentl1c
The entrants already are numerous and andhints andhints
hints have been thrown out ag to toIlorious a aglorious aglorious
glorious reception to the motorists at the theprincipal thept1ncipal
principal places along Ion the route rout But Butbetter Butbetter Butbetter
better than all this Prince Henry H nry ha haexpressed haeXlMeNed has hasexpressed
expressed his h l fervent ervent hope to the mem members members mombert ¬
bers of both club the Imperial I a1 German Germanand Germanand Germanand
and the Royal English that the contest contestmay conttmay contestmay
may lead to Increased AngloTeuton AngloTeutonfriendliness AH8loTeutonfrtendUneSL AngloTeutonfriendliness
friendliness MAXKUR MAXKURConrriahi JiL rttxxunCoryrli JtUR JtURCOIJriIht
Conrriahi NM ts br MeHm Ne Neesinrer q r rer r SjrmNni SjrmNniDickeni 8Jn11eaaDfclenJII SyndimaDIlen
Dickeni Unchanging Popularity PopularityPHMI PdJlUlnrU PdJlUlnrUthe Piapulsirilynue
PHMI nue the Strand StnmdDickens St StDtekent StrandDickens
Dickens public passes p H beyond bbs ttbebounds blaeboultclo bbsbounds
bounds of the British empire There to toAmerica ItA IiAmericawith
America A mericaIth with its SMOC 038 C0CO 0 0 of people and andits andIts andit
its it widespread Us fervent regard for forDickons forDickel forDickens
Dickens Dickel There is France where Dau Daudet Daudet Dandot
det could write Little L tU Nell and Paul PaulDombey PaulDombcy PaulDombey
Dombey came C n1e to me as a revelation of ofpurity otpurity ofpurity
purity and Innocence There te i Ger Germany Germany Ocrmany ¬
many where as Bunsen said Dickens DtekeMcompels Dickenscompels Dickenscompels
compels tears and laughter among Ger Germans Germans Ocrmans ¬
mans as among his own people There Therete ThereRussta Therei
te i Russia where Tolstoy Tolsto relate relates that he hefound heCound hefound
found the Christmas Carol in the cab cabins cabIna cabIns ¬
ins of the humblest serfs IHrf and where here Oli Oliver 011er Oh Ohvor ¬
ver er Twist t and Nicholas Ickol Nlckelby are areread Areread areread
read In seven different translations In the therealm therealm therealms
realm of the Czar CzarIt CzarIt CzarIt
It Is futile to multiply evidences of the theuniversality theunierBal1t theuniversality
universality unierBal1t of the genius of of Dickens DickensNext Dlckenlext DickensNext
Next ext to the Bible and Shakespeare his hisbooks hisbooks hisbooks
books enjoy cnJo the widest popularity
President Meed eeehi a Congress Con reul that thatWill thntVIII thirstIhl
Will Ihl Actually ActlJltll Help l eJl Him Out OutFVn Ontolrn Outitt
FVn itt > tire Detroit Newt NewtTho NewsThe eWl eWlTho
Tho aiistlon ft > iiiition for a tariff commis commission CmmlsIIlon commisston ¬
sion It must be remembered did not notbegin notbestn notbegin
begin with the present pre nt administration administrationnor
I nor with the previous one Tariff Tariffstudents Tariffstudents
Istudents I students saw long lon ago thttt not only onlywas onlywas
was the tariff unscientifically an adjusted mJJuatedby MdJUfttooby adjustedby
by two and fouryear ourr Congressmen Congressmenfrom Cong Congessmenfrom eMmen eMmenfrom
from time to time but that the day dayapproached till tillapIMOIIchad dayapproached
approached when party and national nationaldisaster nationaldisaster al aldtaa
disaster dtaa iter would attend on this thi haphaz haphazard lutphuard hapbazard ¬
ard way of dealing with one of o Uie Uiemost 1MmOllt he hemost
most vital Ital of our nation nattone problem problemFor Jroblemslor problemsFor
For something like lk ttfteen or twenty twentyyears twentyyears twentyyears
years Nelson W Aldrich vucceasfullr vucceasfullrcombated 1111IeeeMCullJcombated suceesofullycombated
combated all movements toward r rtariff a ataritt atariff
tariff common and hi his very teat teatact Jaetact lastact
act was to stab tab the proposition n even evenwhile ovenwhile oreswhite
while President Taft held h it in 1 Ms Mshand ft6Bhaadil hishands
hand as a peace offering to the cons conntry eoetfttry constry
try tryAided
Aided by the InUtttfT Inteu of public publicopinion Ueopinion publicopinion
opinion on o the question of the tariff tariffPresident tariffPrnldftftt tariffPresident
President Taft did the country a signal sI sIItA sig Mgni ¬
nal ItA 1 service by t ls bringing the matter JllAt of ofthe ofthi ofthe
j the tariff commiwiou to the fore at attime ata ataUme a atIme
time when its It enemies were busy 7 with withsomething AUaomoUlfng wkhsomething
something else But those enemies enemiesQuickly eneml enemlqutekly enemiesquickly
Quickly dropped their btiBine ooaln buslosus to knife knifethe knfethe knifethe
the plan for such a a plan contained containedwithin containedwtthln containedwithin
within it the t fate of ot all future revision revisionThe revtslouTh revisionsThai
The Th President Pr nt wanted a a commissioi commissioiappointed eofttmlaBioappointed conunlisiutappointed
appointed note not the terms with cer certain certaln cartsln ¬
tain well U specified > powers POW NI resembling resemblingthose r8HmbJlnKthOle resemblingthose
those of a duly dul constituted co Uluted court of in inquiry inqulry ¬
qulry Mr Aldrich first pared away awaymany awa awaymany
many of the powers Mr Aldrich then thenpared thenpared
pared away much of o ota 4 a semblance of a acommiMfon acommoa acommission
i commission Mr Aldrich 1Jrfch lastly pared paredawHjr paredaWN paredawaay
awHjr aWN y all powers to appoint For days daysBe daysh daysfought
Be h fought to change chao the word appoint appointto PPOIflLto 1 1te
to the word emptey eMploJeIarwd hrewd old hair hairsplitter ba1rspUtter hairsplitter
splitter that he to The upshot of the thematter theJllUH I Imatter
matter la that President Pre de t Taft was al allowed allowed athewed ¬
lowed to spend nd f250tcIO 50000 OOOO to employ err certain errlain ¬
lain men to do whatever ever they can do doThey doThe docant
They The cant make mall any all one on show books booksthey beoUt booksthey
they t cant compel witnesses wtt e to attend in inquire IDqulr Iuquire ¬
quire qulr they the cant do anything in Ixwa a away a away
way wa beflttinf the dignity of represents repreaentatlves rewrtaUvea representsLive
tlves Live of the President Any An revenue of officer ofae offleer ¬
fleer to I clothed with more power than thanthe tbaDUte I Ithe
the Presidents Pr ts distinguished uua em emplorethank employestnls m mpioJtbaDU
plorethank to Mr Aldrich AidrichThus AJcJriebTh
Thus Th the tariff commission eo idea I Itbua reststhus rest restthus I
thus far only onl in the intention of Presi President PreGdent Prestdent ¬
dent Taft and a few who have in spite spiteof spiteof 18 18ot
of other difference ce consistently c fought foughtwith tetwith tonghatwith
with him lor or this reform retorm rm Ko o one ot otcourse 01cour olcourse
course cour doubts the determination of the thePresident tMPreatdent thePresident
President to make the th commission a real realcommtecion realcoton realcommIssion
commIssion appointive not no employed employedand emploedan4 employedand
and clothed with ltlt power sulncient to en enable enable ¬
able it to do Its work If the President Presidentshall Preldeatnail Presidentshall
shall be b able to undo Mr Aldrichs Aldricb work workIn
In the next session Iott of Congress C be wilt wilthave wUII wiPhave
I have accomplished ecomp ahed one of the biggest ut at attempt atumpg attempts ¬
tempt of hi him administration administrationThe admJaiatraUoaThe adminIstrationTh
The Th thins to do at present to to keep keepthe k kthe keepthe
the peopl alive to the tk tact that the thetariff tbetarUt thetarilt
tariff commission Ioa to not no all ULbat that It should shouldbe shouldbe houldbe
be and that the thegrew Pr President lelK JIeeda a COD CODto Congrim
grew to enable Urn to pat the plan far farbeyond tarbeyond farbeyond
beyond the interference Iateriren of men like Ilk Mr MrAldrfeh MrAldrich Me4Udrteh
Aldrich There Th has been so much com commendatory commtndatory cornmendstory ¬
mendatory remark about the commission eomm
that t it to a common a error erro that It Is com complete eotItpJete ¬
plete p lete thousand have lain back In com comfortable COIDtortabl ¬
fortable t belief helle that all our tariff trouble troubleare treultleaare troublesre
are a re really over This is wrong rene The ThePresident TbePreat6Mlt Theresident
President P resident still has the big fight before Mtorehim beforelur
him b lur and h he needs ail U the help he can set setNon 8tXon getone
Non N one but tbo thCMJe thee who favor the Aria rltt com commission eommla cornission ¬
mission mla m ission ton as a an authoritative and perma permanent ptrmaDent
Dent s ent body bod should be b sent to Congress Congressthto Coqr Coqrth
thto th t his fail failSPECTACULAS tanSPECTACULAR
Picturesque PII tnr HIUe Imrl Inwlefjne ensues of Wild Wildnnd 111 111nnel
and Woolly 0011 Thing hlnl of the PHM PRoItUI PHMFrom
From F ree the UI St rftul Dispatch DbfattcfcThe n atdlThe
The taking effect tte < t of the antigambling antigamblinglaw
law l iws of Nevada will m remove another of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the spectacular feature that made mad up upthe upth
the th wild lId and woolly oolly West Petit Licensed Licensedgamiaf LIHnHdamtft Licensedaming
gamiaf g amtft to now a thing of the past puttftr puttftrState every everyState verytate
State S tate of the Union having purged it itstatute its ttaatat1lt8
statute s tatute books of the law which sanctioned sanctionedit ncUOlled ncUOlledIt
it i t But let et the boundless West W be com comforted comforted ¬
forted f It still till has Its picturesque cow cowhoy cowboY cowoy
boY b oy and Dd it will live Ion I long in song n and andstory an an5tor I
story s tor It win live Jlv too te wild West Westshows WtJlho
shows Jlho s as Ion on < as there Is a dollar In It Itfor Ittor iior
for f or the Hon William F Cody CodyIt CodyIt CodyIt
It will be difficult to convince the thecredulous thecredulous
credulous c East that legalised faro ia iaunknown IsuaJuaown
unknown u in th tile West Hearing H it will willnot wtJlDOt willot
not n ot believe It will not believe that thatcowboys thateewbcy thatowboys
cowboys c no longer shoot up tbe streets streetsof ueetoC streetsf
of o f Kansas Xa CIty It cherishes eberls the be belief be beIMftbat beot ¬
lief IMftbat h ot that coyote howl In the outskirts outskirtsof
of o f Minneapolis that Indians in paint paintand paintnd Int Intaact
and a nd feathers fathen prowl about St Paul and andbuffaloes andbutfalOH andulfaloes
buffaloes b are an still t l chased off the back baelcJo backode
Jo l ode of Fargo JIa It cannot realise real1 that thatthere thatthere
there t are more Indians on Broadway Broadwaythan Broadwa Broadwathan Broadwayhan
than t in Minnesota and more gambling gamblingin gambUnn bUD bUD1ft <
in I n New York City than thanIn hi all of the theborder tbeborder theorder
border b States SOU from St Paul to the Pacific PacificCoast Pad PacificCoast c cevat
Coast CoastThe evatThe
The curtain has rung down upon in infar thfar the thear
far f ar West of the Bret Hart novel nov The Theday Theda Theay
day da d ay of o the mining mtnla camp Is over and andwith andwltb andwith
with it foe ON the lawMAn of the gun gunman sunman gunman
man and the glitter Uttn of the gamiing gamiingpalace gamllinmincee mblia mbliapaia
palace paia i The saving ln8li bank has replaced replacedthe r rthe replacedhe
the t he faro bank in the wilds of the West WestTh WoatTh st stThic
Th Thic vte e Days DaysTfnm Dn II IIthe
Tfnm I pso the Gate State ta Journal JournalThere JoamalT1tere JournalThere
There te a a beautiful harmony between betweenearth bot8onHlrlh I Iarth
earth e and sky sk ky these days TIM air ha habeen baa baabeen t teen
been b een sweet and refreshing rerres 1Ag full of sun sunIbjhi Ma11t en entg
Ibjhi tg and soft breezes and the t blue bluehaa sky skyhasl skyasbeera
hasl haa h asbeera 1I > een chiding the leaves lea vea for fo falling so sofast 80fast p past
fast l ast It te a delight to breathe brMth to go goabout o oabout I Ibout
about about a bout to feel the gentle entle hand of mother mothernature motbernatUle motheaature
nature n tickling at t you and patting you on onthe onthe a ahe
the t he head Everything is lovely these thesedays tbeHda t tays
days da d ays Bread and butter ttero Is better lt U < than thanfruit thanfruit I Iruit
fruit f ruit cake and cold clear water ater liner linerthan ftnwthan fineshan
than t champagne champagneThese champa champagneThese ne neThoae
These are the day days ays when heft we w sing the theBonedicite theBonooietteOh a aIlonodiclteOIt
Bonedicite BonooietteOh Oh ye Y big apples and andgolden aBdf I Igolden i
golden f ld8n pumpkin Oh ye juicy grape grapeand a and i iand
and a nd mealy 1noal sweet potatoes Oh ye 8 silvery silveryturnips sllv sllvturnips <
turnips t and big bl bulging bul cabbage Oh Oh OhInclan ye yeIndian b
Indian I pudding lost in cream ueam ye solemn solemnwoods olemnoods solumawoods I
woods oods and rustling leaves lea v ye bttekingfire bUaklngnre btteking blksktnttire
fire t of the evening home ye sweet sweetdreamy 5eetdreamy sweetdreamy
dreamy distance of landscape and sky skywhither skyhlther
whither hlther the soul float floats and stags Bless Blessye Bienye a
ye the Lord praise Him and magnify magnifyHim magnifyHim plty pltyHIM r
Him forever forererThe fOPeerThe foreverThe
The Anonyiuonx nonYI1101l Honor HonorFrost Donorrma
Frost 1 tile St 51 lists GaotwDaatMnt GaotwDaatMntBooker GDeoera1Bookr
Booker T Washington at th the National NationalNegro NaUoaalN NationalNegro I
Negro N 8 10 Suftines DtW League L ues convention conventionprateed COItftllUonAiled
praised Ailed the modesty of the anonymous anonymousgiver anonymoUlstnr anonymousgiver I
giver giverBut
But flu of course he added with ith a asmile asmile a
smile when I praise anonymity nonymlt I dont dontInclude dontlu doniInclude L
Include lu lude the kind klndconon common enough among amongphilanthropist amoninhiianthretostithat mong mongthllanthreplatatbat
philanthropist thllanthreplatatbat that Deacon n Brown of ofLoachapoka ofLoathpoka 04 04Loachapoka
Loachapoka favored favoredLoachapoka faorooLoaelulpoka favoredLeachapoka
Loachapoka te a little place not far farfrom farfrom
from Tu TUfikou kogee Deacon Brown arose ia iathe atho Ii Iithe I
the church one Sunday Sunda morning to read reada r ra reni I
a list of subscriber sub crlbert to the missionary missionaryfund pdesionar pdesionarfund 17 17fund r
fund He began beganThe bosanTh beganThe
The Th Rev Calhoun Travor TrA Ont 1 1Brother 11 11Brother f fBrother
Brother Stephen Jones Jo c i Sister SlsterPboej SlsterPboejR1 fluat5 Phoett PhoettRice 1 1Rice
Rice R1 o 7 anonymous JtOnmoua donor myself myselfThiiipTN mHIelhhl 51 51Things
ThiiipTN lhhl H We st t All Know Jnowdie
Uw Detroit Fret IVm IVmHow JrftIHow ImHow
How to bring up other peoples poeple children childrenWhat cbildr cbildrhat chtldreapVhat
What hat to do for the other maa mas cold coWHew coldHew coldItew
Hew to run a newspaper newspaperWhy n newspaperVhy WJMlper WJMlperWh
Why Wh the other man failed In business businessOur busintsiOur L LOur
Our own good qualities
While in this country Mme Yeuklo YeukloOzakl YeukloOzakt YeukloOzaki
Ozakl the wife wtt of the mayor of Tokyo TokyoJapan TokYtJJaJltQ Tok TokJapan
Japan both of whom are t the Shore Shoreham 8horfI Shorhem
ham ha has gJVQ lvqs expression oxpf ioft of her views viewsof vifWSor viewsof
of American meripa and Japa JapaneSe women antI amiI antII antifaghiona
i I I fashions ThV T woman of Japan J does n not notI ratithave t thave
I have h ve to bother botitaror or interest herself in what whatthe whatt1le whathe
the Uomfctr Mona arp i IB J draf dr dfiS she shedoes hr hrdo h hdoes
does do not hrfve e to o be prepared to chan chanher hani haniher < f fher
her fuHptU td d short skirt into a Ion Ionsweeping IOrlIe ions ionssweepIng
sweeping Ie n tight one on or a banded trapp uaPIH1 uaPIH1bobble MraPPbobble i ihobWe
bobble one But what hat she he doe dom have t tdo1 tdo tdo
do1 do to U to > change the color of her Umrno Umrnoto kbJ1fo kbJ1foto
to carry out the Japanese idea teI of fash fashton ta taIon > h hIon
Ion Color to the thing Her kimono r rmain rmall rMains
main the th same but Mme Nippon m mbe mt mtbe iii iiibit
be terribly trtbl out of fashion If she he dons donsa don dona dona
a kimono that to pink when the season seasondictator or ordictator s sdictator
dictator of womans women fhloa say says th that thatshe t tho
she ho 0 should be wearing violet tone Ar Arhow A Arhow r rhow
how many man people know that th tM oH oHa 011a oila
a woman of o Japan get the shorter an anmaller ansmaller i ismaller
smaller her kimono O sleeve sleeveThto sleeves sleevesThis v vThle
This Interesting feminine goasfp oI rAm cxnufrom rAmfrom CRfltfrom
from the wife of Toko Tokyo mayora mayoraclaimed JDaJOradtalt1M4 mayoraclaimed
claimed the moat beautiful beaaut J JlHS JlHSWOllUUt Jspaeswoman > panes paneswoman
woman that ha baa visited our ourOur shore shoresOur shoreOur
Our women are further
advanced advanceddaily ra racially n nclally ¬
daily than they Ute were before the n w wcode Wcode wcode
code of ten year ago she said It Itha Ithu Jthas
ha hu been brought about through the dif difference lilftlreece dttfereece ¬
ference in the tb marriage tow laws largely largelyNow largpl largplNoW largslNow
Now divorce can only on I be procure procuri procurithroutrb procurthrough i ithrough
through mutual concent Formerly r llllerlY n nman a aman aman
man could divorce his wife wlf without ary aryjust arl arlJWJt arjust
just cause ca whatever According to i ipresent tprt rpresent
present taw laws there are just two r reaSf reaSftor teas teasfor as < r rfor
for divorcing a w wessepon woman n one to unfnit unfnitfulness un unf f It Itt t tfulniss
fulness t and the other to If she ha baa strvi strvia 111prbIoJs set seta
a prison sentence nteaee of over a year years ear tim timThe tinJP tinJPIM ttnielb
The lb women of Japan have not notIOdJ notsocial t tsocial
social equality equallt that the women of K Ktend EaDd I Iland >
tend and America have and It will willfar wiltfar I Iar
far better bet bett r when wbe they get It It I think thinkwill thinkwill ththkwill
will come in no very distant tUme tUmeUte time timethe timethe <
the educational adv advantages that w ware < > i iare Ii Iiare
are receiving la Japan haRd opened Th There IiC r reyes ¬
ere C eyes to the Importance of ft it and andhave t thave thave
have called the attention of their tIIetrbaads i iband ibeids
band baads and brother broth and father tat who whocertainly v vcertainly Icertataly
certainly recognize recoaI the rights of tii tiiwomen t j jwomen s swomen
women But men never acquieae eq la a athing ai aii anthing
i thing unlea un unic compelled to toMme toI tolame
I Mme iii O oJd kl says ay r that although pi piare F xiallowed i iI
I are allowed Uow a voice ia their mania maniamore mart rl i iI tmere
I more than formerly the mother still stilltectc stiltlouts tu I Ii
i louts lee her sontnIaw She SIteakt said that thatthough thatthoh thatthough
though cigarette d smoking ha baa becon i ifashionable IfubwDbIe ifashionable
fashionable hi England and la a Eui Eurr Eurrad y yand rsal
and although her countrywomen COUDtJW sin sintheir nvi nvitbeir nhi nhitheir
their tiny pipe pipes and cigarettes sh shpleased hc hcpleased hfpkued
pleased that it has h grown are oeaew Possewunfashionable oeaewunfashionable w wuDtubJo
unfashionable uDtubJo tble in Japan sad that won wonof WO1ot wonof
of the upper euuae c elsmm are not no frequ frequly frequc frequcJy frequly > <
ly seen indulging IIIIC to their tMi1MIcNNl pipe pipeMichael pipes pipesMichael
Michael F X Xocnan osn of Butte M Mwho 11 11wbo Alrwho
who wa was seen at t the National la last t ni niIn ni1ft niIsa
In pee4fag of otu the tb proposed mamjmerr mamjmerrBarry mouurnertnarrylathaIsmyeaid rs rsBarry
Barry narrylathaIsmyeaid ia into dty 7 said There Thesniss Thesnissthing to > IIt o othing
thing t very peculiar about bout tn the tardi tardirth tartihb tarbvlth
hb rth which h the work of erecting erectingmemorial eree nIMIDOI1aJto erectingmemorial
memorial IMIDOI1aJto to one of the Revolut Revolutgreateet RevoIutgreatest t j jpatt
greatest heroes to being pushed It t
longtime 1on dIM smee mo me the artist COIr cortook e t tookplacesadixissomey 1 1took
took t ookplacesadixissomey ookplacesadixissomeyhe pbvy and it to tome tfr tfrthe ttthe
the t he award wa < t WM w snide There > t tmore i imore
more dispute about this r rabout a aabout 1 1aMut
about any other piece of B t twork 111f 111fwork are arework
j work costing Iac ten time that j jwhich m mwhlcb inwhich
which ha has been appropriated r rBarry rBarry rBarry
Barry memorial Models have L l pn tncepted pncepted pneed
cepted cepted c eed and rejected r jetH and a d other otb r m msubmitted mubmlttH rnubmitted
submitted s to be tint looked upon fa faaWy faaIt1y f fbly
aWy a bly only Oftl to be
consigned to the thepile 1 1pile sile
pile p ile What doe does all this th mean Th ThBment fLan fl flre
an a re essmm Bment and ncatuesl Mat fit f trench trenchPeiWi PtaehNAIll PkeachPolish
Polish and nd other II Kevolatto orsleUsnssy T her hercost lae laea hernd
a nd eeentbts agd poldlei ue cost costerdct 06terect oos oosrect
erect e which clt ha baa bt bout n partly defrayed defmjwdprivate defrayedrivate sred sredprhrate
private p rivate subscripticn but the work in inneoticn IJ1neottoD inneokn
neoticn with them ha has progressed PIOCI w wout w woa sout
out oa a hitch after tter the War Depart Dlipanm Dlipanmaa4 Ipsrtrrnd r rand
and a nd the proper commission bad badannounced hadannounced t tlUUIOUIIeM < >
announced it I its selection and rendered renderedaward nnde nndeanI renderedaward
award anI The Theme same applies to the stat statf ta taron taof
of o f Baron ron von Steuben the German R Rolutkmary RollJtlonary Ftolutionary
olutkmary hero 0 whose statue will willunveiled Willtlnv Willinveiled
unveiled tlnv s iled in November NovemberI Novemberhave
hI I have looked into this th matter mattertinued matterinned t tttnued
tinued t Mr Noonaa during my short shortjourn Ihortjourn shortourta
journ j ourta to this city and I have baveNORiber OPtI OPtInumber H Humber =
umber of people who ought to kr krItUOII w wreason t treason
reason for the dilatoriness dllatorln which to ma malac In Inlite mng >
lac I ng th the erection of the Barry statue statuenvestigations M MInvestigations > 1 1IatveatlptJou
Investigations i justify me m in the com roncI eunsloe
jsfon sloe that it to politics pure and atm atmwhich elmwhich im
I I which to the t obstruction la the path of offarry ofrry ofarry
farry arry rry statue There are ar leaden In Infata inlkin <
fata Irish societies odetie in this dty who whotrying wIiotrylnc whorying
trying t to make political capital out outthe outthe Outthe
the Barry statue and an thereby treart 1ItreU1t atrengitheir trearttheir
their t chances for reelection aa officer officertheir otIIoPrUaetr ooer ooerineir
their organisation The statue inci mciIs mdl mdls < i > v vto
to i s being < used a as a political eonvenier eonvenierand COIIvuifad COVinieand
and the name of the great t hero berobel to t tbeian Ibeing
being bel dragged in the mire It to a agrace aand agrace
grace and a halt should be caltel caltelonce cal cal0ftCe calletionce
once VEven ftn the hand of Tammany Tammanyreacheil 1aImIIADrreaent Tameanyeaehet
reacheil r eaehet Washington la this Barry ma maand iliaand maand
and I understand 1Weratand that the agent t of otcblet t tchief tchief
chief high muckamnck of Tammany TammanyImply Tammanlimply Tammanysimply
Imply carrying IDC out order from fromYork N NYork NYork >
York YorkAll
All sort sorts of rww mres and sn stories atorIeft storiescleat tori s saAoat
cleat t ia connection on with the statue Ratuepeeultar statuem T Tmejst
mejst m peculiar one of them to that thatthe thatthe t tthe
the bHeatJol1ot intention of certain leader to r rthe Tm Ti Tiu
the L u monument monumeni on the day of it its unveil unveiland UDVfIIand unveiland
and thereby throw all responsibility responsibilitythe f fihe fthe
the selection ai etkm of the model on the th gw gwL aoW aoWmeat govmeat
meat L At the same time I have h hthat hthat hathat <
that these very men who are planr plutitthIs I IthIK r rthte
thIs coup have ha quietly quJMl approved approvedaward pDIOVe4ard SIIIWOVO4award
award ard which they intend at the prop propmoment WorMOmant propmoment
moment to repudiate repudiateIt repudiatektgh
It i ii high tcb time that the aearchHjj aearchHjjh MUda1fbe
h be turned on ds > to Bam matter and tr trpolitics ti tipolltks il ilpolitics
politics ajid iid Ifttrlfne I be NeatlllI7 entirely tlimi tliminated tlimlJlted ellmntetL
nated ntetLWr t tHarY
1 1HarY
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chen c or Mur Murtleb AturJeh Bavaria i Is visit visitAmerica ft11ADMrtca visitAinortca
America on aT a tour of study p eaotblt mbir mbirwith i iwith 1wttJI
with pleasure Mr Waldbaur to one onethe oattlM eriethi >
the many yejun young energetic aDd ambit ambitiGrtaans t tGerman 1Gerna
German who of late year have viFt viFtthto vtF vtFttda vtsrnthiS
thiS country studying 8tudyln our way of d dthings do doth1n5 dthings
things and retaining r talntac the bet tberefr tberefrfor UMrefrfor tbirefrfor
for their th lr own use In the fatherland fathartandDiscuasing tatW1aaa4DlsclUl fatherlandIlscustng
Discuasing DlsclUl JlftC thf th growth of socialism socialismGermany IOdaIIsmGermany socialismGermany
Germany Mr Waldbaur aldbeur said Id Then Thenno Theeso Therto
no dlsguMng tbe t fact that socialism aocIaUamon odaUnion
on the inereaao lner iaeree in Germany German All AU laid inditlon laidtines l ldON
tlon dON point to aa a increased repreeentat repreeentatof t1 t1of
of that party in the next R Re1ebatac ichtag T Tarm Tarm Tarm
arm although an n agent a nt for turning turningphysically < tpihyaimtU7 > r rphysically
physically stroag and Intelligent you youmoo YOIIm yeamoth
moo m moth U i partly responsible po eIble for forlbe the grov grovof JIO JIOot grovof
of the the socialistic idea Minor < silicon athe a athe t tthe
the cause of it A AI soon a u they feel t tthey ltM tth
they tM th hay have more power poW than thenrade t then theirFades l lratMa
Fades they assert t it somfjjinea in IDa IDaleh a v vwhich vwhich
which leh I s anything vln but betnAcial bee cal 1 to topnUdottom toPfttdottSm topatriotism
patriotism and loyalty of thoat tb placed placedder p1aeedder placeddcc
der their hwtrvction tMtlIC oe They 1betret 1betretreerutts treat treatrecruits treatrecruits
recruits at drift dr sometime with eru eruand Cf1ICaftd criaand
and do everything to make maJr their lives livestbe I1v I1vtberm livethe >
the tberm army a burden and curse ufte The rerr rerrnot refraotknowtR reernot
not aotknowtR knowing < how to get redress beet becimbUtered beettlDblUorec beckImitiflored < >
imbUtered at tie whole bol ytao aratillnHb systimonly ytaoonly
only tee gladly Idl rushes Into th the er erof < vero oneroarms veroarm
arm arms of soctolisnx soctolisnxSocialtom Mdala Mdala1oeUrn tiocislismiloclatism
Socialtom U t ofjwsad 0 to militarism mill n nmoaarchtom nJDOIIAfthls nmonarchism
monarchism andl anti fld elalism 11am SlIt In Germany Germanyinereacing GernINt1JHrN4dn GermanyIncreasing
Increasing at a st Wtfy rate What will willth po pothe Cthu
th the thu i ultimate ouame lu eiudit of thl thIs POI arowi1That POIt grow r rrbt
That t to a quest ifi j which to not dill dlffito 411t dillto i ito <
to pnswer n r it l4ply ll tlF means the triuu triuuof trlUIJ1 trlUIJ1of triuntOf >
of iooialism oclalsrm jallm J tai i 4rmany wall all Us it i n ncomitunr ticontitant 1 1conttant
comitunr the > doctrines and iil l t j u

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