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WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 19 1910 1910What 1910What
What Mr rr Bumble Said SaidOur SaidOur
Our legal lt ll system Is full of curiosities curiositiesaiid
aiid 4 paradox and to the layman it itoften Itotten
often give rare examples axampl 8 of jneptnea jneptneaani lnoptneaaAM ncptfl65I
aid stMnMtty w WIb Often indeed Joo there come comeup cometip cometp
up ea4s e zei tnat remind 2 Ofllfltl us very forcibly of ofwhat othat
what hat Mr Bumble the boodle In Oliver 01l6TMat OlivoyTwist S
TwW Twist Mid Id Idla
1 la Now N w York the other day there wu wua wua wasrow I 1
a a row Mtwoen B t on two rogues one of them thomexooat
aa a exooat xootrriet and M the upshot of the ther t 1
< pNvri r was that the looser rogue chased e aHdthi I
th0 th0exieavIct axeoortet with wtth wt a a gun Hard pressed pr prt ras1 i
ad 1 almoat t overtaken the tlI exeonvtet eceonvicta
Apuad a young boy in his way a per JMIt S
feOy t ianocent lad and grabbtos gra WAg him h he hethe I
iwuag mm the ehltd around as a shield Th Thr TIM TIMJM
JM r nrad rsd the body bod of th the unfortunate unfortunateboy untortUIMUeeettrilll I
boy raectviag reeitvIn the fatal ballet iullet Th The man manwno manwM I
wno wI shot the boy bo intndlng the shot hot for forthe torue tot
the tM flcoonrlet xooCOllTtct was in danger of being beingoaptwdd beinge betniws
oaptwdd ws e and so killed hinureif The man manwho man1IHd ma I
who puI wad the boy be aa 5 a shlaM sial to save his hisown his0WIt bh I
own wretched eteMd and id worthless a llf Ute was wasfistptwod wasQCI C
fistptwod fistptwodN QCI QCINew
N New w tk t8 U thing thtzb that te troubling tr ubItng the emi emiawt emlw emlw1IIp1
awt Mt Itptl minds o ol C N Now York Yo YOr c te Of Ofwhat Ofwhat 0 r
what crime can ct the exoonvlct convlct be charged chargedand chargedaa I
and oonvteted According A rdlng to law a aa he hedid hetd
did not ore lire th the shot lJ at ho I Is not the raur raurrr murat
rr sr of the th boy And so We q nave hv quib quibvj flulb11M uIty
vj 11M and quibble qulbbletaUc talk about statutory and andMI andeGIDIIIOft ani anicemmofi I
eGIDIIIOft MI law offns oft otZsns1 s and citations here hereand hereuc her C Csd
and sd opinion opba there ther and in the moan moantimath meandIU meaitiMo
timath dIU the th innocent lad te dead dead1 through throughthe througi througithe roush roushtb8
the cowardly COWIlnll act of a villain villainIt lJlatn lJlatnlt
It te soon uch aoh qutfaaltng flutbbUn and fltl doubt and legal legalhjpfltaktkm legalItDIkatfoll loge L 1
hjpfltaktkm that throw the law so often ofteni ottenlato otte ottelate a 1
i late t > 4tereepct among am the people It is isjMt Isj I S SJiet
jMt j such fool case as a this that saem saemsstnodmas soemsellMdRtes soenissi
sstnodmas ssi tbses to justify the people in tak takteig takiag
teig things t out of the hands of the law lawand lawaeUng la V Vand
and acting on the Impute Impu of humanity humanityTh hum humaaIt nlty nltyTIM
Th TIM law w is oommoa aenae to said s kt a dls dlsttngiitehed dtsttftgushfd distIftg1IIhed 1
ttngiitehed Juror and a d no doubt he was wasatoeere WIUiIiftoM wa a aoere 9
atoeere oere but It that was ya ever so such suchheM sucbbIoIden suel h hhicMents 1
heM bIoIden hicMents nU a a a thte th show that it has ceased ceasedto COAsedto cease U Ut 1
to t b be It te by the law that our big bigortan bigare bi g g01MM
ortan 01MM are committed that the th big regMa regMaget rogu8111It S Sget s
get off that a man in Chicago gets e s fifteen fifteenyears ftfteentOt flttee n nrs i
years rs far stealing two banana and a a man mante manIa ma Ii t
te 1 Now N w York sets two years for t r stealing stealingMMN 8tlI11The stealirs < g gThe f
MMN Th The law I If that man who used usedths uMdthe use d dtb i
the tb poor boy a as a shield so that tho lad ladWM ladlIIurderecl Ia i dwee
WM murdered lIIurderecl te net speedily hanged or ortoetroeuted GCehIoUocuUd a a aelsotrocuted r
toetroeuted we shall be more than ever everot eva a aat r
ot the opinion of our old friend Mr MrBumble Mrthe M r rbIe
Bumble bIe the beadle beadleand and Bumbl Bumble said saidTh saidlaw I IeTh
eTh Th law te an anAfter anAft a aAfter
After Aft all ci there is IIGmetat something to be said saidtor saidtile sat a afor 3
for th tile way In which the Jt late lamented lamentedJfr lamontedCohIM a aColaMus
Jfr Columbus CohIM us crossed the Atlantic AtlanticThe AtlanticThe AtlanticThe
The little Island of Barbados Barbadosbeen BarbadosIt arbados arbadosIt
It bu been the lot of but few small smalldtvMoiui smaUo ama Ii Ii4Mona
dtvMoiui of o the earth especially In the theNew theNw Ui e eNew
New World to attain to th the eminence eminencein e eIn
in so many IIY way ways that makes the little littleattend littleJllancl litti e eIand
attend of Barbados one of th the most ro ronwrkaM row rowet r rrrab4
nwrkaM et f th the We West 1t t Indies Ind Situated Situatedfar Situatedtar d dtar a
tar out la th the Windward group it forms formsa Corn lS Isa
a port of call for more linos of steamers steamersthan ateamentbaR I Itbai
than It It insicnlflcant size of only onI 1M 1Msquare 181mila Ii Iiure
square ure mite miles would seem to justify Yet Yetthe YetUte Y t tthe
the SAM Inhabitants of the little IIttl coral coraltektt coralsIet con ii iiislet tl
islet give iv In it about 12M persons raGM to the thegotiare theare t ie I0eare
are gotiare eare mile and so make it ono of the theit theJDOIIt tI Is Ismgst 9
JDOIIt it densely populated portions p of the theWH the1tWllt U I Itibt e
WH WHRigfct
Rigfct upon that fact centers Qt s a con condition oonw oonwdltitNI cotdttI ¬
dttI dition U that carrta with wh it a Jon eson which whichth whlehthe whit hU h
th the U United Stat 3tutoe so prodigal of Its vast vastrogonrca lastrOltOUleM va st stresources t
resources rOltOUleM ha has now to learn learnthe the art of oftntomrira otInt oflntonilw
Int tntomrira cultivation The tend here is isiiyWad isId todtIded
iiyWad Id into 3JQO I estates catat every 8ver one of ofwhich orwlt6a ofwick
which te 1 cultivated with Ith the spade and andit ac I IIt
it te said that there are only three or orfour orotIr orfom
four plows pIot on the whole island Can It Ith Ithe
h 1M that the statue at plows Iows automobile automobileIrtewg aut automohi M8bUe M8bUe1M F 0 0Islews
Irtewg 1M gang plows tad th tM like that are aret arete a ats
t te 1M son turning turnln over square milos mlIosoatr of ofottr orour
our farm land not only cultivate the theeol ti to toofl
eol ofl 11 imparlectly but ut tempt our ag agrleoittirteta ag1Iealtatlitts a g grIeoItr1
rleoittirteta rIeoItr1 t by th the ease and attrao attraot attraottnnHS attra 0 0S
S t ttnnHS van9s of th Ute 4peration peratIos ratloft to break up upmore upmor i ipmore
more mor land tn thaV th the oem handle prop properly property pro II IIany ¬
any Hoer Howr HOwor > r that may 1M be be the fact factramains factralns fa at atremains
remains that the puny colony where whereprimitive wheraprtndUye who re reprimitIve
primitive conditions oCMWUtio eo dltiona 8 reign ha baa a lesson lessonfor leMOnus lessi a atie
for us in the art of making every foot footyea footYea tot ot ota
yea a every tech of land yield its utmost utmostof utmostfJt utmo at atec
of areflt r0t t from it its gardens pn1 of sugar cane canecotton CluteDItton cna to toS
S cotton and general tropical products productsIt productsIt
It It was aa from froIat tl te Mttle Island J that that th thUnited tIIUaltN t be beUltod
United Sfctt Shw iicv ew so many man of th thlaborer the thewho t he helaborers
laborer who are making the dirt fly in inthe Intlte inthe
the Mf l4 ditch at Panama These man maniwwod JnnlMIrod me tn tniurt
iwwod iurt to 9e ha o climate and Immune alike aliketo aUketo all ice iceto
to tha dansers ansels of heat and disease are aresending nreCIIM a re reaendIn
aendIn sending home ham to their telr families in Bar Barhudoo Barnit Ba tr trbe
hudoo be rrr sx ti8COOW annually and for forthree tort I or ortkras
three t days da in every month the tit little pogt pogtolteee po tt ttoicM
0 olteee all over o r tho island are buy bu pay paythe paYwtile pa Sy Sy4ng
4ng the money orders which represent representUncla represent representUac1e roproso ii iiUce
Uncla Sums Sasn s contribution to the economic economicwelfare oo9nomlctara eenon ile ilewelfare
welfare tara ef an Island and a people already alreadyrich alreadyrieh alrea dy dyr1h
rich richIK
IK 1 fovernment ewrnmant too Barbados holds h k1s a apiaoe a1IIa altoe
piaoe 1IIa of prominence as the ideal home homeof homoof hot no noof
of the negro whoro he enjoys equal equalpolitical equalpolltica oq tal talojttIea
political ojttIea rights and privileges with tha t ho
whites w hites whom ho there greatly outnum outnumbers
bers bo boof re Even Liberia the r political i Utopia Utopiaot
of the th colored race races does not equal the thepolitical
political po litical freedom treed om which Which Barbados affords ntr rds rdsand
and an ancli d then too It cannot compare with tho thoclimatic thoclimatic thematic
cl climatic cli matic conditions or the natural pro productions
fl ductlons ductionsCrowded du ctions
i Crowded as the Island Is and follow rol1o rol1oIng
ing In g a life of primitive simplicity Bar Barbados
bados ba dos enjoys the reputation of being one oneot
01 of natures greatest sanatorluma Hedlthconditions Heolth
Oi conditions co nditions are Ideal yet as ono goes goesthrough g068through
tl through th thse rough tho crowded churchyards and nnd8ees
eees se es the tombstones of the many manyomcers
ofllcers of ofbu ilcers and soldiers who died and were wereburled wereburled worerled
burled bu rled there In the old ol garrison and mill m1llwtnry
t tary ta ry days and reads from thorn the therecord
r record re cord that death resulted from the of offecta oCw oCwtecta
fecta fe cta of this deadly climate one mar marvela marvels
vela ve I until told that this should fend feadmans fendtimans ead
timans mans Indiscretions IndlscreUons and andsanltaT sanitary neg negletc negwlete
letc le te And here again Is an Instance instancwhero
W where wta here many monument a a has roared Its Itstall Itstal1 itsll
tall ta ll head and lied liedAnd tiedAnd
And now wo suppose because Walter WalterWeHman
Wellmnn W eflman was not lost at sea his critics criticswill rWCB rWCBwill friUcsill
V will w ill start all over again And we had hadhoped hodhop
n hoped hop h oped < 1 that as material he was lost to tothe
t the th e paragraphers forever foreverFive tore8rFive foreverFive
Five Dollars or Ten Days DaysAttention DaysAttention
Attention has been b n paid recently roccntI both bothn bothin bothpublic
in Inzi n public lectures and lJ1d In essays In maga magazines magazlnes maganes ¬
z zines zi nes to the problem of the drunkard drunkardIt
I It t is the consensus of the best and most mostadvanced moatl mostdvanced
a advanced < opinion that tho oldfashioned oldfashionedremedy oldtaaldonedremedy
r remedy proscribed pr lbcd by the police court courtjudge courtjudgo
judge j of Flvo dollars or ton days is isworse Isworso
worse w orse than useless s The question of fine fineand fineand
and a nd imprisonment for tho drunkard has hascomo hasQOme hasome
como c ome to be recognized rocognlz d as totally Inade Inadequate Inadequateft ¬
quate quateft q uaten a shuffling and lazy not to say saycowardly aacownrdly
cowardly c begging of tho question The Thephysician Thephyslctfn
physician p who would w uld repeat the same sameformula ftmetormuln sameormula
formula f to the majority of Ida III patients patientswould patlcntswould patientsould
would w ould be ostracized o trulEo yet for many years yearswo yearswe
wo w e have read of tho wholesale disposition dispositionof
c of o f drunkards by nolle police courts as It Ifeverything IteV
e everything eV e r thlng were going along Alon quite well woJlNew wellNew
New York has now a board of inebriety inebrietyFive Inebrlet InebrletFive
j Five F ive members are appointed by the thellAJ01
r mayor m ayor who sitting with the commle commleatenar commlwslonr
a atenar d onor of charities and corrections C rr etlons has hASenUre
e entire e supervision of tho question of pub publie public pubic
1 lie ic intoxication This board Is not yet in inoperation Inoperation Inperation
c operation o but its alms and purpose purposetwve pUIpOSqhave purposesave
1 have h ave been warmly annl commended by ex exGov exw exwGov cxev
Gov 0 ev Hughes and ft d by b by Waycr iayor Gaynor Gaynorae S
ae 8 practical praotl aJ economical and humane humaneThrough humaneThrough
Through T this th medium It Is hoped to pro provide provIde ¬
vide v ide some sort of
probation or supervi supervision 8uperlcm ¬ S
sion s lon cm for or the early offenders Part of the thapian tbepian I
pian Is to establish est bUsh a farm colony for fordrunkards tarcinnkards forrunkards
drunkards d where aa in foreign tOr lp countries countriesand countrlBand countriesnd
and a nd already In Iowa and Massachusetts Massachusettsdrunkards Ma56achMettadrunkards Massachusettsrunkards
drunkards d may mn be treated scientifically scientificallydischarged 16ntt aa1Jy aa1JydllCbarged S
discharged d when cured but even super supervised suporleed up 1 1vleoo ¬
vised y leed l lest at t they relapse relapseThe rolapsaThe
The basis of this proposed method of oftreating oftr8 of I S
treating tr8 t t1ng drunkards is that drunkenness drunkennesste
te I s a n disease It recognizes too that the thecriminal thecrimInal theriminal
criminal c drunkards must be treated sop separately soparately ¬
arately a from the th noncriminal Tho for former or ormar ¬
mar will be sent to the farms and to tohard tohard it ithard t
hard outdoor work the latter to the thehospital thehotipltal tluhoSpital
hospital At both places fresh air airnecessary alrnecOMftry
necessary medical help plenty of bath bathand baths
and so ° forth will be bi b provided providedWhen providedWhen providedcmen
When we approach appro ch the subject of ofdrunkannesq a C
drunkenness from fro the humanitarian humanitarianpoint humanitarianpoint r r
point of view that informs such move movements movements movemonte
ments of reform as this thla wo come to see seethat seethAt set sethat
that t hat in spite of the vaunted unted progress of ofour otOur o oour
our civilization we have much yet to do domuch domuch domuch
much probably to learn As a people peoplewe peoplewe peoplewe
we were Instant to recognize when hen the thesubject tlu a asubject
subject came up that China could not nothope no t thope
hope to make progress In Western ostern clvlll elUIUon clviiisetlon
aation Uon BO long as she was WR cursed curse with withthe withtb witithe
the tb opium opum habit habt The mot mo t enlightened I IChinese
Chinese Clne statesmen took tok this t view too to teaand
and an though the te slave of o opium opum is usually usuly usulybun usuaU r rbound
bound bun with far stronger chains chain than tn tnbin 1 1bind
bind bin the drunkard drunkrd the selling pelng and bdfnly at 1 1fInally
Anally fnly the th use ue of opium was interdicted intedlce tnterd1ctebY
by b imperial Im11 edict eit supported supprte by provin provinci provinclal
ctel ci and an municipal municipl regulation reulatn Neither NUbr NUbrtl r rthis
tl this country contry nor any other othe civilized cvlhe nation nationhas nton ntons a areached
has s reached reache that stage sge of altruism aUrwm where wherewe whee wheewe a awe
we can cn or are willing wiing to enforce entoe prohibi prohibition prohib prohibition ¬
tion ton upon upn all a1 our citizens ctzens nor no is it itnecessary Itne I tnecesary t
necessary ne Sry when we consider that tht num numbr numbars
bars br of those thO who wh use alcoholic aJchoU liquors liquorsdo a
do not abuse them and an that tht the habitual habitualdrunkard hbtual hbtualdrunkard Ll 1
drunkard Is very cr largely largelyln in the minority minorityBut mtnorlt mtnorltBut
But It I Is time tme that tht an enlightened onUsbtene pub public pubJe publie ¬
lie Je opinion came cme to see se that tha t the habitual habitualdrunkard hbiul hbiuldrnkad l ldrunkard
drunkard drnkad Is a menace to the te community communityIn ommunlt communit IT ITwhh
In i wh whh svhlgh ho lives IV that tht his hLo productive poutve poutvevJue e evalue
value vJue to society Ioty has bs been n lessoned loioed that thathe tlt tlthe tha t the
he te I a f a costly citizen etzen often a A a bad b hue huaband hu hueband
band bnd usually a bad bd father faher It I is not a aquoton aquestion
question quoton of sentimentality sentmcntlty or O prejudice pejudie pejudieI i iIt
It I te 1 solely ilelr a question qUOtl of humanitarian humanitarianeconomy humaniarin humaniarinenmy n neconomy
economy enmy that thA we should S110uk adopt the the teach teaehings ten tenInp I I1ng
ings 1ng of science Ile e and Instead inted of being bela g gcoatept
content to t punish a drunkard dnkar for the theRnfnCe th e eannoyance
annoyance RnfnCe he has caused cuse and then tlen turn turnIn L Llag
lag In him loose Jse to t sin sn again aAIn we should 8hul1 do doour d 0 0duty
our our duty by him cure him and give Ivo him 11m 11mA hit n nR
a chance tQ begin ovor again aIn bettor btor a ud udstrn aa d dstronger dstronger
stronger strn r than he was WI before beforeWonder belore beloreWenr beforeWonder
Wonder Wenr hew ho hI h will wn sever MVe his cenncc Mnne 0 0t
tlon tln t with wih the Outlook OuU k Will Wil he resign reign reignba or a R Rbe
beflred ba fre tIred
freTtPrce The TtPrce Price of Coffee CoffeeThe Cofee CofeeThe CoffeeThe
The price of coffee cfoe has advanced adlce ap approximately npproximately a aproximately ¬
proximately 75 7 7 per cent during the last lasttwo lattwo la at attwo
two years yearsOur yearsOur Qr5 Qr5Our
Our Interest IItrest hterast In this tremendous advance advanceIn advan ro roin 10
In the Price of coffee caree arises arise not only out outof outor ot Lit Litof it
of the fact that tht coffee cotae Is considered consld 1ed by bymany b bmany t 13 13many y
many a necessity necesaU and the United Unie Stntoe StntoeIs Stoti 08 08is IB
Is the greatest geatest coffeeconsuming cfeeIonsumlng country countryIn ountn ountnIn counti y yIn
In the world but also from the te fact that thatit tat tatI thi it itwas Lt
it I was as brought about In a most mtt novel novelmanner novolmanner nov el elmanner i
manner mannerA mannerA mannerA
A single state stte In Brazil Brazi Sao Paulo Pauloproduco D Dproduces I Iproduces
produces produco about abut the thesae thesame same amount amont of the theworlds ti tiworlds i iworlds
worlds coffee coree that tat the South does of Its Itscotton Itq Itqcoton I ta tacotton s
cotton coton In 1806 190 the to worlds production producton of ofcoffee oreore 0 0was
coffee eore was so s excessive eceive that Its It price pricefell pri crc crcfell
fell tel to S 3i4 cents cet a pound This did for forSAO torSn Ci or orSen r
Sn SAO Paulo what icent cotton ctton would do dofor dotor i lo lofor o
for the t e South Soth the wealth wellh of that province provinceconsisting provinceconsisting provin re reconsisting e
consisting almost entirely entrol of o its Is coffee coffeeestates cofee cofeeestates colt cc ccestates G
estates estatesThe estatesThe estatesThe
The situation which confronted nCronta the cot coffee cotte cc I Iferwors
fee te ferwors gpowers w rs was so S desperate that It was wasfait wastef w as asColt
fait tef that as Individuals they toy would be beunable beunable beunable I6
unable to cope o e with it and that the thestate thestate U re restate e
state itself Iselt must step in and protect its itscitizens It i Itscitizens
citizens citizensFor cltbensFor citizensFor
For the last four years ears the state stae of ofSao otSaD ofSao
Sao Paulo has been using the wholeforc whc whole wholeforce ile ileforce le
force forc of Its It governmental govornmentl machinery to toboost tobost tobOst 0
bost the price of cofee coffee And It has been beenfully bon bontUly ho en enfully n
fully tUly as successful as some of our great greatcombinations get getcombinatons gre at atcombinations
combinations combinatons since4 slnc It has not only used usedthe usedthe us ed edthe s
the methods employed by them but also alsoother alsoothe a so soother J
other othe methods open only to a govern government gover gover It Itmeat f ¬
meat ment It I realized realzed no less l ss keenly than th an anU n
ou our r combinations combInatons and corporations CQ ccr poratons poratlons have havedone I Idono I Ine
do done ne that that In order permanently permnnenty to raise raisethe rlse rlseI raiseprice
I th the < price of a commodity Its production productionmust producton productonmust productionst
mi must mu st be limited limied and It I ith sale controlled controlledIt controled controledI
I It I I t accordingly proceeded Itself Itelf to pur purchase purahase ¬
Oh chase as0 large quantities quantte of coffee coree at a high highprice
pr price pri ce and thus In effect eteot prohibit prhibit Us Is sale saleat Baleat
at a lower price by others through a tax taxImposed
jm Imposed posed upon all al suoh sales It I also alsoplaccd
pj placed pla ced a heavy tax upon tho planting plantng of orcorea
co coffee corea ffee trees treesIt troesI
It I I t hns certainly lost los nothing by the ex experiment eXw eXwperlrent
periment perlrent pe fl rlrnent as coffee Is now selling selng at 11 1
ce cents nts a pound poundOt
Of course the general public publo would feel teelItaeI
jf Itself ItaeI Its elf luoky to purchase coffee coCee at any anysuch
Du such su ch rate No doubt It one could trace tracethe trae traethe
the th e methods pursued pursue by b the coffee cotee dealers dealersof dealersof
of ° the United States he would find fnd that thatthey
they th ey have dono by contract and agree agee ageemont
m mj mont ont BO far as they could what Sao SaDPaul
j Paulo Paul Pa j ulqha has done by force of law lawIt lawn
It I Ito t Is quite quie necessary ncessa for lor some fome politicians poltcians poltciansto
to saw w wood before ofore they can repair their theirfence
je fences fence fenceI nces 5
It I Is shocking shocldng to learn that a n Kansas
Gj City C ty girl eloped wih with an electrician and nndwas
was w as married In a powerhouse powcrhoule powcrhouleToo s
Too much muC news IB often oten bad news The Theloss Theloss
loss lo loba ss of life le in the Minnesota Mlnn otn forest fires fireshas fres fresh tiresa
has h ba a been reduced reuced from SCO 8 to 35 35What 3 3That 35What
What That possible work could an art dealer dealerdo
do In tho penitentiary penitentr penitentrTho
The Plttsburg Pltsburg Dispatch has a paragraph par gaph gaphabut
about ab out noosevolt and Caesar In
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from fr om overeating oveoatng than than from starvation starvationBut starvaton starvatonBut starvationut
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high hi gh cost of living lhrng lhrngThat
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hava hn h ave given up out there thereJapan tb tbJan
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always flings the driver his purse purseWell pnrseII pureeWell
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II waiting from chapter to chapter chapterThe chapterI chapterThe
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rem the Atchison Globe GlobeOne GlobeOne
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Sir Ir Dolllvcr and the Tariff TariffFrtm TarftFrom Tariffm
From Fro FroS m the Philadelphia Pbll dJpbla Record UeootdSenator RecordSonator Recordenator
Senator S enator Dolllvers death is greatly to tobe tobe toregretted
j1 be regretted He was one of the most mostIntorostlng
Interesting int eresting political speakers in the coun counwtry
try tr y his opinions were adapted to the theprosent
pr present caont day instead of being derived en entlrely enUrely
th tlrely tiran ely from the period of the civil war warand warand ward
ar and d ho had the rare courage of differing differingwith differingwith
with wi th his party associates On two not notwable
able ab le occasions he did admirable service servicein serviceexploding
In exploding the tariff humbugs of his hispnrty
pe party pa rty Several years ago he said the theDingley
j Blngley Di > ngioy tariff marked up figures with wlhthe
th the thdu e expectation that they would be re reduced rew rewduced
di duced du ced by reciprocity treaties Severn SevernRepublicans SevernlRepublicans
Republicans R epublicans who had antagonized the thereciprocity thereciprocity
reciprocity re ciprocity treaties denied this but who whocould
could co uld doubt It The Dlngley tariff raised raisedmnn raisedany
m many mnn any duties and It provided for two twoclasses twoclulos
cl classes clth assos of reciprocity agreements That Thattho
th tho e duties were Jacked up under the pre pretext
text te ° xt of reciprocity and left there when whenrecIprocity
reciprocity re resi ciprocity was flouted by the Senate Is IssImply
el simply mply a matter of record Last L st spring springMr
M Mr r Dolllver made a great speech ex exposing
P posing po < sing the sophistries which had bean beansupplied beensupplied beanpplied
supplied su pplied to the President for his apology apologyCor
fc for r the payneAldrlch bill in WInona WlnonnThere WInonaThere
T There here has seldom been a moro powerful powerfulspeech powertul8peech
si speech sp eech on any subject subjectGen N NGen
Gen Gronvenor In Limelight LtmelishtFrom IImeUgbtFrom
From Fr om the Houston P Pffit PffitGen I ¼ st t tGen
Gen Charles H Grosvenor who during
a long service in the Federal House of otRepresentatives
R representatives won the sobriquet of Old OldFisgera
FU F Flggers Fi Fidi ggers because of his accuracy In pro prodlctlng
U dieting di eting Republican n victories has been beendown beondown
d down do wn In Tennessee addressing addro slng Union and andConfederate andConfederate
Q Confederate veterans Old BIgedra DlfSS rs as asn
a member of the Hous House wan at all times tlmeaa tm 5 5a
a a violent partisan Occasionally he liked likedto
tow t to wave the bloody shirt but he was not notwithout
without w ithout a certain charm of o personality In Inhla ins
his hi s private relations relationsStimson8 rclaUonaStlmllon
Stimson8 Uphill Fight FightFrera FightPram
p Pram tern tae PWkdalik Pk4ely t la lUeani nIIt
It Is I announced that the President will willdo
do d o all he h can to help Candidate Stimson Stimsonancl
and a nd the Indications from New York are arethat
that th at SUmeon needs all the help he can oanset L
get g et The Presidents determination to tohelp I
help h elp him is probably duo to his recogjii rfeo resoni resonion l ltlon S
tlon ti on of the uphill fight th0 th Republican R RpusIican lMpJtcan lMpJtcancandldte L Landidate
candidate c with the oaratoga convention conventionhanginS
hanging h anging around his jeck Jock ock must make makefll
Swill fll They The Believe Itr It Itfrtn r rFrem
FVnu F rtn the New ew York Sue sIn S
In a a few d days the colonel will il have to toshow t
show s sco that there never was a more right righteous ¬
eous co os fight ft t than that for the reelection of o othe oi r
the th e Hon Henry Cabot Lodge and that thatMr t atMr t tr
Mr M r Lodge in voting for the tariff Mil WIUk
Uko Uk Il k Mr Beveridcg who voted ted against It It Itvoted
voted v oted in accordance with Ith the views leWli of the thegreat th thgreat i
I great m t bulk of his party puly1ot
Not ninlH Dlrd of n Feather FeatherPMM FentllerfIIrOM FeatherN
PMM N UM KMHM City StaT SUrCol StaTCot 5Ia
Col Roosevelt RO refers to Mr fr Dlx the thtDoeraUe thi
Democratic D emocratic nominee for governor of New NewYork Nosork i
York Y ork as respectable resetabio but bg unimportant uRwp rtaat rtaatOn
On O n the other hand Dlxs nomination nonttna Oft Oftd1etatd wa I
dictated d by b Boss Murphy who is neither neitherrespectable nattlterrspeetable r
r respectable nor unimportant unimportautInou unimportantHnomrs
ICnoirn Inou Whereof hereof lie Speaks Spenl SpenltM
tfrtm F yas th tM KMU K Ks City fin 8UrAlttw finAJtOD iar
Alien B D Parker to warning warnln the public publicto pubUcto C
to t o Beware of Roosevelt and an the th thin thtedterm thJnlterm I Ierm
term t erm Judge Parker will be remembered rememberedthe S Ss
as u s the man who failed to beware of ofRoosevelt otRONeYeit 0 r
Roosevelt R ooevt and the second term termShaken termShl11en termShieketi
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FTMM F ree UM OMe Cli State JgwraaU JgwraaUSecretary J ial l lscrtalJ
Secretary Balltaser wa WN slightly shako ahakonup shakop a
up u p In a railroad Ikoad wreck the other day but butmanaged Jutmanaged bu I Imanaged
managed to it cling to his seat seat possibly possiblyfrom pessibi r
from f rom force of habit habitSUGGESTS habttSUGGESTS habitSUGGESTS
Thorough Cooperation in the Inter Interest Interet Inferest ¬
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B F Yoakum bead of the Frisco Friscorattroad FrlscoraUroad Frkac 0 0I1road
rattroad i I1road system In a recent talk to toOklahoma teOk I a aOklahoma
Oklahoma Ok farmers tar emphasised cnp the need needof nendot men ii iiOf
of better Beft highways h was and made the a aUon asses assesime
Uon t ime that wagon roads and railroads have haveInterest ha hahuor has a anterests
Interest huor I in
common Probably not many man y yarmers
farmer tar f armers or for that matter r ell en of other othervocations othwUOft othe 5 5vettions
vocations would ould recognise at once on e the thesympathy theaympathy Ui e esympathy
sympathy between the tb two modes mod of oftravel oftravel t travel
travel travelWhat t ravelWhat
What Mr Yoakum said to t the Okla ¬
homa farmers applies equally as well wellte weDte we weo
te t o other Statos Stat Mr r Yoakum declared declaredand I Iaad
and rightly too that the general value valueof valueot vale I Iof
of farm land is fixed by Its nearness to toa toraUroad I 0 0a
a railroad With WUhood good wagon IIon roads the 0 0armers
farmers f armers market is made But with lth poor poorhighways po ir irhighways r rhighway
highways rich producing farms might mightt migt St
as a 1 well be located in South America he hea Ii Iiasserted
asserted a as far as getting the tb benefits benefitsr benetliof
of good oe markets aro concerned concernedAll concernedAll concernedAll
All heso hellO observations are trite but butmany butmany hr St Stmany
many States have long been handicapped handicappedby 4 4by
by Jack of nrstclas highways The net network nei L Lwoi ¬ i iwork
work woi It of railroads n lroad8 gives farmers ovary ovaryopportunity over 3 3opportunity I Iopportunity
opportunity to put their produce in the tboheaTY tI In Inheavy
heavy population centers on short no noUc ru ruIcs
tlce Uc t Ics But in winter time a tea to years yearsago yot yotago oars oarsago
ago when the weather was Inclement Inclementand Inclementand incleme t tand
and roads roads knee deep in mud and at the thename theame iii I Iame
name n ame time prices were high the average averagefarmer a avorag 1agc 1agctArmer o ofarmer
farmer had to sit at home before a fire firein ftr8In fit 5 5n
in i n idleness and let profits slip simplybeea simpi simply simplybecaiMM ly lybecause
because beea there were no facilities whereby wherebyhe wbereb wberebe wherebhe
he e could move his produce to a rail railroad ra1lr rat ratroad ¬
road roadThere r Mld MldTh <
There Th re is now a stronger movement to toward toWlud ii 5 ¬
ward hotter roads and more of them for forthere ferthore ft ftthsire sr
there are still many sections where the themaeadam themaeAdam ft So Somaeaeism
maeadam highway Is a stranger Mr M r rYothum I IYoakum
Yoakum said to tb the OklAhomans that the thefarmers t tfarmers U Ufarmers
farmers must work together in a trust trustif trutIt trusiif
if they wanted better highways They Theymust The Themust
must do < the same me everywhere for It is ismoroly Ismoro1 u
moroly putting more wealth in thoir thoirpockets tholrpockets the ir r
pockets ovary time a modern highway highwayconstructed in inconstructed IIconstructoo g
constructed constructedThe constructooThe constructedThe
The Estate of a Jockey JockeyFrom JockeyFrom JockeyProm
From the New ew Yerk Mail MailIn taILIn
In these days when tho average estate estatefigures estatetlgur eats to 6
figures tlgur up to much less than 18000 OOO it is issurprising 18surprising
surprising that the lato Tom Loatea Loateasometime Loateasometime 5 8
sometime famous tam us English EngU h Jockey left le ft
1125000 Race track jockeys while con consldored co n i
sidored sidor d as professionals have never b been beenclassed bet en enclassed m
classed as learned They have in point pointof poi it
of fact often been looked down upon by byholders b bholders 1 my > y
holders of modest clerkships and yet yethere yethere y it
here was a notable case where a despised despisedJockoy despisedjockoy despis ad M
Jockoy died seized with property the thetotal thototAl U to ie
total value nluo of which exceeded a million millionNot mUll on onNot n
Not every one can be a Jockey There are arecertain arecertain a re
certain requirements that would abso1 abso1lutely absoIJutely abs 0 o1
lutely disqualify a man weighing weighingpounds 200 200pounds 200pounds 00 0
pounds or over for example exampleMr exampleMr
Mr Loates In the building up of his hisgreat hisSTeat t us Is
great estate was highly favored In hav having havwIng ha v ¬
ing Leopold de Rothschild ns a tiankor tiankorand bank ankor ankorand or
and friend Altogether aside from that thatfact thatract th at
fact however he was helped In that he hewas hewas ie
was abstemious in the matter of wine winesuppers winesuppers wi le
suppers ballets chorus ladles and prec precious prcwlou8 pre c ¬
ious tones Tho news regarding the theLoates theLoatos t he ie
Loatos estate will not tend to encourage encourageyoung encourageoung encoura encourayoung 36
young oung men to study for the ministry ministrywhere mlnl minlati try trywhere y
where the safarles averago away under underl und er yer
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There Th re is authority for the reported reportedbetrothal reportedb6trothnl repo1rted repo1rtedtrothal I
t betrothal be trothal of Miss Ivy GordpnLennox to toLord toLord
i Lord L ord WInterton well w ll knoxvrf kno it In Journal Journallatio I IIsUo
j latio le tlo circles as one IDe of the editors of the
London Lo ndon World WorldMiss Vorld11IS8
Miss GordonLennox Is the only child childof I Ior
0 of Lord and Lady Algernon Gordon I
I Lennox L ennox second son sQn of the sixth Duke Dukeof I Iot
o of Richmond and brother of the th present pro ent
dt duke du ke She comes of a vary ory distinguished dl tlngulshed tlngulshedfamily
family fa f mily whose oldest t title is that of tho thoFrenoh
French F rench Dukedom of dAublgny The Thohead
he head ad of the houso combine in his person personquite personquite
I1 quite qu ite a number of t titles He Is Duke of otnlchmond
R Richmond Earl of of March Earl of Darn Darnl
ley l Ic y and Baron Methuen of Torbolton In fnEngland
B England ngland Duke of Lennox In Scotland ScotlandDuke
n Duke uke of r Gordon and Earl of Klnrara In Intho ine
tj tho th e United Kingdom Duke dAublgny In InPrance InFl1U1CO
p Prance rance hereditary constable of Inverness InvernessCasUe
Q Castle astle lord lieutenant of the counties of 0 0Elgin
E Elgin lgin and Baff c cCharJS c
Charles Lennox who founded the thehouse
h house ouse was born in July lIT as the theillegitimate theegitimate
Illegitimate ill egitimate son of King Charles II His Hismother Riamothor
mother m other was wa Louise Hence do Perren i
court c ourt de Queruallle of France and was WallcrOllted
created cr eated Duchess of Portsmouth Por lmoulb Countess Counteuat
of ° f Fareham and Baroness Peters Potorsfield Potorltleld
fl field eld after the birth of the son Louis LoullIV
r IV I v made her also a Duchess Duell dAubgny dAubgnyat dAub gny
a at t the same time Her son w wu enrolled enrolledamong enrolledamoag
a among tho peers of England in 1675
as a s Baron of Settrington n Earl of t March Marehand Marchnd I
and a nd Duke of Richmond Rlchln nd and the month monthfollowing montht
f following < JlGwln among ant nS the th Scottish Sc ttWh peers peerse ers ersHe
Ha H e was WI installed a knight of the Garter GarterIn GartrIn
1 In n 1S81 Miss GordonLennox also is isa Saa
a niece of the Duchess of Southeriand SoutheMandand
a and nd Lady Warwick WarwickLord arwlek arwlekLord
Lord Winterton succeeded his father fatherthree fath r rthree
t three th ree years ago at the age 8 of f twentyfour twentyt ur urI
as a s sixth Earl of Winterton Viscount Tur Turnoar
n near our and Baron WInterton in the peer peerage peerwage
a age ge of Ireland He is an M I P for Horse Horseham Hora Horseam w wham
h ham am since lJ IfHHall1O also parliamentary pri private private ¬
v vate ate secretary of the secretary of the theAdmiralty
K admiralty and captain of the Sussex SussexYeomanry SxYeonry Sussexeomanry
T Yeomanry Y eomanry The founder of th the house houseSir haUNSir
S Sir S ir Edward Tumour Knight Xnl t was wa an aneminent aneminent
e eminent lawyer in Kla King r Henry ivs time timeHa timeHe S
I Ha H was speaker in th the Commons from I
i m t to IfTQ resigning rntn that tb t post to be becod
C come cod solicitor general generalLord generalLord
Lord Wintarton is a stanch eonsarva COIUiMawUve
t tive he in Polities His maiden malel speech in inPariianaaot InparHamDt is I t
j Pariianaaot P elicited a graceful cotnpli cotnplimoot compllmont
moot i from Sir Edward Grey He soon 800nbecame I
fc became b ecame known in the Commons as the theInfant theInfant 1
Infant and U many soon found out outto outto ou ouo t
t to o then coot an enfant Cnt terrible for forno torbe
j no be b e quickly developed in a marked Jll degree degreethe dereelbe
the t he gentle art of asking awkward a kward ques queatloq
t ttona ttonaOn tloqOn u ses
On his mothers sd we Lord WInterton is isconnected IIeoaR8elecl Ii Iiconnected I
connected < with a score or more of the thegreat therrt thi 1
t great g reat British families She is I Lady Lad Geor Georgian GeortaDa ¬
e gian taDa ian Staan Hamilton of t Sbitlmgle SbitlmglePark SblllttlglNPark I
J Park Petworth Sussex and ta a daugh daughter dauptr ¬
1 ter t er of the first Duke of o Abereorn chief chiefof cbletot chicf f
of o < f the house h of Hamilton and carrying carryingthe carryingtbe carryInhe
t the t he burden of t not only a dosen or so of ofBritish otDtftJak e
3 British I titles but is in the t e French Frenchpeerage PreachpMrage Freud Freudeerage m
j peerage p an well a u Duke of Chateltarault Chateltaraultby
by 11 y royal edict of C Louis Lou XIV at Mary in inIfll is isTt 1
Ifll i Tt
318 XI Liss GordonLennox te 1 a a singularly singularlypretty slagularlrpretty r
j pretty girl fairhaired and with small smallregular smaliegular 11 11regular L
regular r features eaturee Her cousin Lady L y Helen HelenGordonLeanox HelenGord It
GordonLeanox Gord < nInox is hr chief bridesmaid bridesmaidTke brt eImaJdThe
The golden wedding of Sir George Ge rga and andLady andLad ant 1 1
J Lady Lad Julia J Ua W Wmbwell mbwell of t NewbursJi prl prleiy prlQ pciO
Q < eiy recalls r Ute fact that the aged SQUtre SQUtreis 5Cf1ItreIs 0 0s
i is i s owe of the tow remaining survivors of ofthe orth a f
the th Death or Glory boys 1 in the fa famous tamous famoos ¬
mous charge of th the light brigade briga e at atBalaklava Ltna1ak1ava a St StBalakiava I
Balaklava In which he took part partUntenant as aslieutenant a a aieutenant
lieutenant l He also fought at Alma and andat adftt an d dat
at Inkerman InkermanBoth InkermanBoth InkarmanBoth
Both Sir George and his lady ladi who was wasLady wasLad we a s
Lady Lad Julia Alice Sarah VilMora eldest eldestdaughter eldestdaughter cities it itdaughter t
daughter of th the Earl of Jersey are in the thebest thebest Ui C e
best of health and so full of energy as aswell aswell a awell g
well as of Joy jo of life u to be an object objectlesson objletleuop tt ttleseoji >
lesson leuop of how advancing years may be beborn bIlonA b c cbori e
born IlonA gracefully tuUy Only Onl recently r ent1y they en entertained entertained I IterlaInM ¬
tertained a shooting shootJn party rt at the priory prioryin IMIeryIn prier V VIn
in Yorkshire when hen their guests sta included includedthe t eludedthe jj tlthe
the Marquis arqU I of Londonderry Counteos CounteosHowe CouateaH ts tsHowe
Howe H we Viscount V t and an Vtecountos Helms Helmsley HelDUJley I IIcy
ley Counteee Victoria Vet rla of Yarborottgh Yarborottghand S Sand
and and Sir John and Lady Maxwell MaxwellSir iaCweUSir hfaxwell5k
Sir George Geor e was presented the other < day daywith daywith da y ywIth
with a handsome Queen Anne silver cup eu euby p
by the Easingwokl Society in recognition recognitionof r recognitloof tJon tJonof
of his Interest 1 rei1t In the association since sinceIts sine 51noIts to toits
Its inception Jocpp on half a a century ago whan whanbe wbenbe who L Lhe
be opened the first fair For fifty ftft years yearsthe yoai U1 U1the s sthe
the veteran squire has attended the ex exhibits oxhlbUs as ashibits ¬
hibits and presided preal ed over the annual annualluncheons annualluncheons annus annusluncheons
luncheons and for twentytwo of these theseyears thes6ye thee theeyears
years ye rl he was accompanied d by his old oldfriend oldfrIend ol olfriend
friend the th Duke of Cambridge On one oneoccasion oneocoo6Jon eu I Ioccasion
occasion King Edward as Prince PrinceWales of ofWales otWale
Wales was his I s guest Uelilt for the show showSir showSir showSir
Sir George Orby Wombwell was born in in1SS2 I InHe I
1SS2 He served in the Crimean war in inthe I a athe I Ithe
the Seventeenth Lancers and retired in inUK InUS I H Hand
UK and is I the fourth baronet The first firstancestor fir firancestor
ancestor of this ancient family on record recordwaa r recot recotwas COfds I
was s Robort de Wombwell who in King KingStephens KingStephens 1Cm 1CmStephens
Stephens time purchased 1lrehasoo th the Wombwell Wombwellestate Wombweestate VombweJl1 VombweJl1e
estate e tAte and took its name In 1645 His Hisgreat HI5rnt H 4 4great
great rnt grandson George G ge Wombwell In In1TJS In1m I Iniris
iris was va a created crOAt a a baronet for fo his serv services servICM ear earieee ¬
ices at the head of the East India lAd Com Company Compeny 1 1puny ¬
puny panyThough penyThou punyThough
Though Thou h freak costumes consisting cONl1 tlng tlngthe of rotthe
the moat m mbet lt tightly swathed and tiadbaok tiadbaokg tiedbac tk tkof
of dresses dr still aro being shown by b fash fashionable faahlonable faa t tlonable ¬
lonable dressmakers bride brld of the mo moment moment m 0 0mont ¬
ment are keeping to pretty picturesque pleture que toi toilets toilets to I Ilets ¬
lets with graceful Una lines and draperies draperiesMiss draperJotJSfI 5 53Iss
Miss tJSfI Gerard who Is a daughter of tho thoHon U 10 10lion
Hon Robert Joseph Jo ph Gerard Diceonson Diceonsonte n nof
of Wrightlngton Hall Lancashire Lan aablre young youn p pout w we
est e t son of Robert T Tlver > lver first Lord Ge Gernr 0 a acard
card rnr and whoso marriage In October was W8Sot we Is Isof
of the fIrst Importance selected for torhor ft ror rorher
hor eight bridesmaids bride makis dainty Romncy Romneydresses Romne Y Ydresses
dresses of white whlt Ninon de Sole over overwblte ov ovwhIte
white satin Tho corsage is softly folded foJdedIn bIde Sd Sdin
In n croseover offe fte t both back and andfront ax d dfront
front front and completed at the waist with wil Lb Lba I Ia
a threefold belt of Romnoy blue silk el 1 1ribbon I Iribbon
ribbon edged with gold and fastened with wi Ut Utthree I Ithree
three email buckles The hats are of ofthe ofthe
the same shade of silk as the bolt of tho thotruo ti o otruO
truo Romnoy Romno type with a small lace cap capunder cc op opunder 1
under the brim brimThe I
The brides dress is I very simple Jn Inst i a astyle
style st lo of soft creamwhite satin tift the theskirt ti 00 00skirt
skirt front embroidered ombrolder d with silk Uk and as id idpoari I Ipoarls
pearls whloh matches a shaped coln cot cottue
tuiX tu tue of the same on the corsage The Thj ThjtrAin TI TItrain
train falls from tho waist alst and is I turned turnedbflok turn turnback
back at ono corner with pearl om ombroidery en m em embroidery
broidery broideryThe 1 1The
The bridegroom is Col and nd Hon John 101 in enEdinond I IEdmond
Edmond Heugh Balfour late of tho t ho hoEleventh 0 I
1 1of
Eleventh Hussars and now in command commandof commai red redof d
of tho Royal First Dovon Yeomanry YeomanryHe Teomani y 1 1Ho
He served with Roberts Horso in the theSouth theSouth t he heSouth
South African war and afterward was waaalddooamp wasnlddcORmp w as asaiddocamp
alddooamp to MaJ 1aj Geii GEfi Sir Ian Hamll Hamilton Ham II iiton
ton He was decorate with the Dis Distinguished Dlsw Dlswtlngulshed D Is Istinguished s ¬
tinguished Service Order and Is a K C C CB CB
B His father was George Edmond Bal Balfour Dalfour B il Ufour ¬
four of Sldmouth Manor Devon DevonMlsa Devon1IIs9
Mlsa Gerard has received many mAn hand b hui ndw ndwspmo id idsome
some and extremely valuable wedding weddingpresents weddingJrosents weddi ng ngpresents
presents Her fiance gave her a 10 long longstring ng ngstring ig
string of pearls Her mothers gift was wasa wasdIamond w as asa
a diamond necklace > FJANECR FJANECRCopyright FJASEURCoppiht t tCopyright
Copyright lO l lO by McClure Clurc N Ncirspaper pcr Bjodlcate SJ11dl teJ La c
Jnclffc Jn dge Knvnnnueh lifts Something Somethingon
on Infaniotm KnglLili f ngJuh Judge JudgeFrom JudgeFrom
From Fr P eer the Meraphti Imph hewsSdmitar Se fsdmltar fsdmltarChicago Sdmitar SdmitarChicago
Chicago can boast of a modern Jeffreys Jeffreysa Jeifreysman
a man who delights in misery mlsor as misery miseryOf miseryOt
Of Jeffreys it has been said by one who whoknew whoknew
ki knew kn ew that there was a fiendish exultation exultationIn
In the way In which he pronounced sen sentence sentence ¬
tence tw ice upon offenders ott6n lers ors Their weeping and andimploring andImplorInG
jn imploring Im ploring seemed to titillate him volup voluptuously voluptuously ¬
tuously tu ousiy He liked to scare them Into fits fitsby fitsby
bj by byon dilating with luxuriant amplification amplificationon
01 on all the details of what they had to tosuffer tosuffer
8l suffer su ffer Thus when he had an opportunity opportunityof
of ° ordering an unlucky adventuress to bo bowhipped bowhipped
w whipped hipped at the carts cart tall Hangman Hangmanho Hangmanwould
ho would say I charge you to pay par particular partlculnr
tl ticular oular attention to this lady Scourge Scourgeher Scourgeher
HI her he r soundly man Scourge her till the theblood theblood
bl blood blti ood runs down It Is Christmas a cold coldtime COldtime
tl time me for madam to strip In See that thaty thaty
y wl < yj warm arm her shoulders thoroughly thoroughlyJeffreys to toJ
Jeffreys J etrey has been held up as the person personification personIfication personation ¬
If ification ifl ation of malevolence the archetype of ofJudicial atjudlClal
J Judicial ju dicial Infamy Infam and his name has been beenloaded beenloaded
1 loaded loa ded with obloquy to such an extent extentthat extontthlU
tl that th at the mere mer mention of it causes until untilthis untilthis
t this th is day da sensations of horror and disgust disgustBut disgustnut
But Jeffreys lived lved more than two cen centuries centurle ¬
I turies tu nes ago ag and two decades dcc dMj more than two twocenturies twocenturfes
Cl centuries ce nturies ago he died and the world has hasprogressed haspri
P progressed pri pr greBIed > much In two centuries Cultural Culturaland CulturalaJ1d
and ar id humanizing Influences have been doing doingtheir doingtheir
tl their th eir work toward mollifying rancor ansi amimitigating anc1mitigating
n mitigating m savagery in courts of law lawespecially laweclaI1y
especially es pecially eclaI1y Almost every oOl one believed that thata
a Jeffreys were an Impossibility in th thpresent the theprCJient
n present pr esent day dayFond da daPond
Fond delusion A worse orse than Jeffreys Jeffreyshas Jetlleshn
n has as arisen arisenJoseph rIMnJGlJopk
Joseph Welcome a murderer a eon confessed eonteued ¬
fessed to < ssed murderer a horrible diaboliC mur murderer mUrderer murorer ¬
d derer orer had plead guilty guilt No punishment punishmentwhich punishmenthlch
which w hlch the law could inflict was w tO > o severe severefor severetor
for fo r him or could expiate plate his terrible terribleerlmo terrfbleerlmo
e erlmo He merited no mercy and had hadpasced hadptUNtoo
P pasced sed far beyond pity pit All this con conceded coneedod ¬
ceded c eded But In sentencing him Judge JudgeKavacugh JUdgtKVUAUSh
Kavacugh K avansugh took t oeeasi occasion n to say sayWelcome MJYoJeome
Welcome you have hav committed a tee terrible terw terwrlbla teebio ¬
r rible rl bio crime critn Your punishment Is to be bemore bemore
more m ore terrible still stillThe 5Ul1Tho
The Instinctive InsUn tlve unreasoning horror h rror rrormankind of ofmankind
mankind m ankind regards the death sentence as asa asa I
a severe eVf f6 punishment t This idea le not notcorrect notcorr
c correct corr t You Y ttt are to receive a sterner sternerpunishment st 1ner 1nerpunt
P punishment punt p bDtent Your victim died bait Imtonce blltaRCe
once o ° nce Y Yu u will dl 51 dis a hundred tin tinyou tint tintyou times
3 you y ou will suffer more ora the day you OU put puton
on < ° vour your prison pr On clothes el Ute than she did in inher Inher I
her h er death After that there will only be bethe bethe C
1 the t he hopeless painful years from day t tday te teda C
day da d ay month u 8 > month atretchiag out for forever forever fOrver ¬
ever e ver and in agony agonyIn gOllYIn agesyIn
In four or ot five years the eternal soH soHtnde solitude
tnde u sde and silence will begin to crush in inupon Inupon I
l upon u pon you ou like an iron weight You hoar hoarthat hOArthat
that t hat street ear bell n ringing rin ng in the street streeta streetas I
a as It passes now net You will remember it itin ItI it m
in after fter years as 1 the most exnuteUe ex4t1 llte mu music moIt ¬
I sic s ic It lyitl 1ii mean nteaa hurrying crowd that thatgo t t L
go g owhore where they Hke and do as they jtioase jtioaseit
it I t will 1l1 mean the greatest of all ptoasuros IMu pleas
u uros restreoa tr trYou freedom freedomYou
You can only oal dream of it by day and andby aadby suE I
by night and your dream will be tor torture torture ¬
ture t uro unspeakable lll8PMkabieJuclS unspeakableJudg
Judg Kavamuigh had no part or por porUon porU
don te the infliction t1 bsfIietI Uon of t pain or punish pahment
ment It w was s not within his province provinceHis proytaeeH i
His H duty was t to pronounce not his sen sentence senteare zenence ¬
tence t ence but the sentence of the law There Thereit Thor S
it began and ended Had h he not DOt Ilk IlkJeffreys Uke Ukerrtreys a
Jeffreys J been a man who delighted del t to toInflict toInftlct t 0
Inflict I pain by dilating with luxuriant luxuriantampHfieation luxuriAntIUIIplttJoa luxurlanttpfthIeatoa t
ampHfieation l on all au the details of what Whatthe whoa t
the t he condemned eond mlled had to sUffer s tter he would wouldhava wouiehave ould h I Iha
have ha paed pu ed sentence a as the t t e law directs directsHe dlr6elSHe i
He would a t t have gloated ovor the theprOlPHUve tb tbpropetlve 0
prospective sufferings wrodB of C a Woman bei beiing be beIRK
IRK l ag however degraded de and infamous and anderhwlnaJ an ancriminal ti
criminal He would not have inflamed inflamedthe inflamedthe d
the trembling wretchs Imagination kIIa ftAtlon by byvtvtd byvivid a avivid
vivid picture of f what his fate was to be beHe belIe be C CHe
He would not have antedated or antici anticipated anticipated I Ipated ¬
pated his sufferings In the law there thereIa thee 0 0I
is I g no similitude of vengeance and pun punItIhlll6llt pusiehment I
tehment is inflicted not for or the Joy of otp a tf Stpaining
paining p alar the condemned who te beyond beyoodfurther 4 4further fl
further harmdoing but to deter others othersby otbersby othes 5 5by
by making an example of him fttmJudge 1dmJudge
Judge Kavananghs cruel and uncalled uncalledfor uacaUecIfer 1 1for
for obiter dictum does not constitute n ncrime ncrl asr
crime crl crtm of such turpitude as that for torwhteh b bwhich sr r
which he was a sentencing th the man ma before beforehim 1Mlorehim bates C Chim
him but it was U such um a breach of pro propriety pr0priety 0 0pricty ¬
priety such a a display of ferocity that thatno tbAtno thi Li Lijust l
no ° Just Judge would ould be guilty tullt of oCt and no noone 110one a 10 10one o
one guilty pUt of sinwild 8 OU1d be permitted to sit sitla altla a itI It
la Judgment He should be sent cata catapyltingr catapultlDg I
pyltingr from tint bench into congenial c cosigeulioblivion KeaIa1 KeaIa1oblllo j I
obilvtoa oblivionFrets
Divorces DivorcesPro nITorceProia
Frets Pro UM Ohio Stat JwnttU JwnttUThere J JTheca 3ssdThere
There are in 1 applications a tJoAS for divorce divorcein divert e eIn
in tha thoJ PIttsburg Pltt burg court eout courts most of them thembrought thembrouJht tires a abrought
brought by b women on the charge of ofneglect otnegl of ofneglect
neglect negl Ct What tale tal tales of broken Drok8n homes do dothey dothe d mo mothey
they denote And they tbe all occur in tho thogroat thor8t Ui to togreat >
great r8t city clt of finances money making makingblv maklnrbl makinibig
big pay pa rolls roU wonderful Industries Industrl611 clubs clubsand clubsand S Satid
and luxurious social 8 laJ life Do these things thingsgo thlnsstogether thlnt s stogether i
go together Does the struggle for forwealth ferw1th ft ir irand r
wealth and material prosperity tend to todestroy tod I L0 L0destroy
d destroy tror domestic bliss blissPossibly blissPossibly Ibs IbsPosstbl
Possibly Posstbl if one ne burrows deeply d b for an answers anIwers at C Cswats ¬
swats to these questions he may find the theexplanation thecxptanatlon tI I Iexplanation > e
explanation of this big divorce tUvo e list Any Anyhow An Anhow ¬
how it seems cms where lifes purposes are aredirected aredlretecl a adirected 5
directed toward terrestrial terro trlal glory sl r the home homeis homeIs ho ce ceis e
is apt to suffer Happy is the man who whois whoIii wh to tonot 0
is not thus involved who ho makos his home homehis homehiI hoer to tohis e
his first interest and hands everything e I7tblnS to toits toIts I o Oits
its beauty and Joy As soon as a one locos locosthis JcNOBthis lost Is Isthis B
this aspiration and makes his home home hte htelast hielast Ii is isconsIderatIon s
last consideration that soon he is less a acitlsen ftdUMn acitizen
citizen and less a n man manThis maaTbls manThIs
This is the story where the wives most mostly f1K8tl moe t tly ¬
ly l are the ISbellants and the plea is isdsrtion Isd IsdesertIon is
desertIon d tlon and 8n < 1 neglect neglectllncl neglectHad
Had Never Been There Before BeforeFw Before1r
1 1r Fw the KUHM K its Tfaaex TfaaexFew csFew TiasiFew
Few people in Smoke Ridge had ever everseen oVerHen cv 01 01seen
seen an automobile so when one of those thosered thosered thu Be Bered 10
red devils stopped for a few f fo minutes in inthe Inthe inthe n
the Isolated village the curious Inhabi Inhabitants Si Sitents ¬
tents gazed gn od at the snorting demon with witha wi iii iiia Ji
a mixture of fear and awe Th The owner ownerwho owne t twho r I
who had entered die store to make a apurchase IlpurchRst apurchase
purchase heard one rustic remark Ill Illbet Illhot I U IIbet
bet It is a mankiller manklller1t Of course it is isassured Isaaauretj to tou
assured u ur d the other Look at that num number nu nubar nut a aher ¬
bar on the back of the car That shows showshow ahmom bowshow es eshon
how many man pooplo its run over Thats Thatsaccordln ThatsAccordln Thai s saccordin
accordln to law Now ow if that feller fell or was wasto wi as asto 55to ts
to run over anybody here In Smoke SmokeRidge SmokeRldgo Smo ke keRidge e
Ridge It would bo our duty to telegraph telegraphthat telegraphthat telegra h hthat
that number numborl2S4to 12S4 to the next town townahead townahead toy rn rnahead L
ahead And what would they the do doasked doked doasked
asked ked th the auditors Why the perllce perllcewould perHeewould peril cc ccwould
would stop him and change his number numberto numb or ortols r
to tols 1355 1
Room for Ilotli IlotliPram DothFrom IlotliProm
Pram tb t1le Ctofetkn > Sciaacw Monitor MasherNotwithstanding W WNotwithstanding
Notwithstanding the demand for gaso gasoline gas 0 0line
line line the country has raised 1006 IOC l0C40 < a00 OOO OOObushels 10 10bushel5 0
bushels of oat oats this year The automo automobUe 0 0bile
bile Is a goer but the horse Is a stayer stayerAn starerAll stayc cc ccAir
An Unsolved Problem ProblemFrm ProblemFisnr
Fwn the Dates News NewsPercy NewsPercy j
Percy Noodles oodleft declared that he has lain Jainawako Is Lin Linawake
awako half the nights for a week trying tr tryl lng lngto ng ngto g
to imaglnevhow Imftglno Imginohow how a girl giriin In a hobble skirt skirtwould Sfklrtwould zk itt ittwould
would ride a bicycle bicycleA blccJcA
A Good Habit lInJItFrom HabitPram
From the Atchijen Globe OlnbeSucctss GlobeSuccess
Success In life is not as difficult aals aalsgenerally as1sgenerally as is isgenerally
generally believed It Is a habit once oncepcqulrcd or ce ceacquired
acquired it la as easy as being lazy la
Marquis Slederic JU derlc de Gerln Germ avocat avo < at a la lacourt 13court Iaurt
court co urt dappel Paris Par France is at the theew
New N ew Willard The titled Frenchman is isa Isa Iswellknown
a wellknown lawyer of the French rapl raplwtal
tal ta l and a member of the Legion dHon dHonneur dHanneur dHonur
neur flo ur Marquis de Gerin Germ Is in this roun rounry Iuntry rouny
try tr ry y In connection
trw principally with withwork a awork i iork
work w ork which he Is preparing dealing with lO1 lO1the t te
the tir e legal aspect of American ami Cana Canadian ana anadlan ariaan ¬
dian di an railways This book is Intended Intendedo intendedinform
to o Inform European and parttularl parttularlDrench Jart1 partVularirench Jlarly
Drench F rench financiers of the legal guarai guaraieea guara1tees guarames
tees te eea es with which the State and Federal Federallaws FedPTalJaws Fe4raiw
laws Ia w surround railroad enterprises In this thiscountry tt ttcountry tleuntry
country co untry for the protection and safeguard safeguarding safegiar1g teguarj teguarjIn ¬
ing In g of Investors InvestorsSpeaking fnvestorsSpeaking 1flveatorsSpeaking
Speaking of o France and her statesmen statesmenUarquls statpsmenl1arqul statesmenarquis
M Uarquls arquis de Gerin Germ who 1 Is a native f rt rtNew rfew < t tCew
New N ew Hampshire Ifam 9hlre the son of French no nobility ntUlty noility ¬
bility b Ulty but who went to France when vrhenquite whtnquite whenite
quite qu ite young ounS said that M Briand th thpresent thpresent thesent
present pr esent premier of France FraMe Is the best bestprime bpjtprime bestime
prime pr ime minister France has had since VCA VCABriand 1 1Briand 7 7Briand
Briand is not only highly respected respectedby resp tM tMby
by all elaseec of O the French people but buthe bl bte t the
he h e Is popular as well He used to be a asocialist asocialist acialist
socialist so cialist up to a little over
a year ago agoand ago agoand agond
and a nd knows the th tuylemands demands of that party and andhow an1how anlow
how h ow to appease them No N one but hft hftcould h hcould heuld
could co uld have handled th the railroad strike strikein fltdheIn strikesuch
in such a masterly and successful man manner manner manor ¬
ner n or Another great gre t etatetman 8tatc 1ftO of Frar PraTf PraTfM Frarras re rewa
wa w as M Dele DeJcaNe we formerly former foreign t r lgn mm mmlater mmIster mm mmter
later Is ter who completed the alliance between betweenFrance bhpfnlrance betweenrance
France F rance and England which was wa a > origi originally orig orign ortgail ¬
nally n ail ly suggested augg Sted to President Louhet Ltetr M MSir JwSir
Sir Si r Wilfrid Lauder of t Canada Lnuhft LnuhftIn Lrsetturn > uV p pin
in turn told King Edward of t Englarl Englarlwho EngJar1who Englarlho
who w ho at t once took hold of the th Idea an1 an1acted an anacted anicted
acted a cted on it It Frwe lo J lost llt t a pr preon preoniend onal onalfriend l1 l1friend
friend fr iend when hen Ed Etkroarfl le Paeln Pafllt Paetfieater Paetfieaterce > atiT atiTdtod r rdIed
dIed di ce
dtodMarqni ceMarqds
Marqds de Gerln Germ paid a high tribute to toM 11r t tJussersiod
3 M r Juwenutd Ute 7r French neii Ambassador as asbeing asbeln aseing
being beln b eing ono of the apE effective diplomats diplomatsof dip1orator
of o f France who has the absolute ab lutf rorf rorfdeaoe rfdu f fene
deaoe du d ene e of his government Jovern l nt which hteh r ra1 rea1z aTlz3 aTlz3that z zthat 3 3hat
that t hat it would be difficult indeed t tplace tplace r rlace
place p lace him Marquis do Oerln predl predte1 tr td i a agroat 1groat areat
groat g reat future for M Jueeerand JueeerandRooeevelt J JRooaevtlt JusserandRooevelt
Rooeevelt made a splendid apJ Jd Impress1 Impress1not ImprfOnot Impressret
not n et only oal in Europe but particularly so soFrance Iihratee n nrance
France F rance It is true h be did not pronoun pronounany prono pronorny r rafty
any a ny startling or new doctrines or thr thrrise Urrtu tlrsa
rise n sa but whatever he had to say H stru struhome stLhoma str strosiie <
home hi osiie by b reaaew rea of the way be said It it4 it4haraeterfaticaiiy f fcharaeterisHically 1 1cbaraetertatJeall >
charaeterisHically c blunt powerful av aJ aJtearlen a1earless 1 1faertest
earless t way Everybody erybody admires th mn mnof m11ot nv nvf
of o f courage the fighter and Boo Rooeevrit Rooeevritoth ev > i1t < t ii iiboth 1 1bath
both b oth and ie absolutely abJo lute1y > sincere and ior = t tIn tIn this
In his a views President Taft also is pnj pnjlar pnrlar p par
lar l ar He ic regarded a am another ather part f fthe tthe fhe
the t he American temperament temperamentUnder tempeeatUnder temperamentLnder
Under normal conditions the Stnf St t rf rfNew r rew f few
New N ew York Yor elects eets a R Republicanicket Republican Stn Stnticket 3 3tleket >
ticket t aa3d gd B J W McDowell of o S Ne Neork > f fTorte v vYork
York Y ork at the t e New Willard last night If Ifthe Ithe Ifhe
the t he Republican ReftU RepuhUejrss na support their nAirlr nAirlrthere ntlmlrlcl ntlmlrlclthere nornirhere
there t should s bo no qnettton On about t tsuee tU51 A Asuccess
success suee S 8 of their t etr ticket this fall T Tr Trs r rte rk
te It s no reason r 8SOft why those who claim f fa fao a ato at
to t o the Iiep RepllWleaa Mteaa party part should nor norport artort F Fport =
port p ort the tie ticket which WM named mUD flAifltlonvention in inconvention n I Iconvention
convention c by a handsome major majorJe majori majnra
Je I a true that there th ro was a strong ani aniftght arhIght 1 1flght
flght f before juid sid In the convent eon conventn conventnontrol nt1 nt1eontrol < > r rcontrol
control c of f the body and one faction factionover tactj factimver n newer
over o ver the other The majority maj rlly w wrr wrrthe n nthe 1 1the
the minority JDln rlty must m t submit which is ismore msmore 1 1more >
more than right It was a bitter r for forlhoR y f fthose
those t who had been at th the Jpad ead ad adState < > f fState ftate
State tate Republican R publlcn machine fSf f so fiOean anto r v vyears
years ean to be so rudely dlsfpssescf 1 8t 8tI 1 f fwhat fwhat
what hat they thought their inallenahl lna Inai1enabogatives na r rrelatives r rrcgathes >
I relatives r One faction simply j ya yahotter a < 1 1better
better betterpoUUcs politics than the th other otberthat otherthat that l land rnd j jand
and a nd everything 8YerYth is fair in polities politiesThere poUt1lItrhere politiesThere
There is much talk about the sorve loqc srtcOki 3 3Old 1Old
Old Guard feeling feeJbt < sore 8 over tiuir tiuirfeat ti th f fr08t r reat
feat f eat at the hands of Roosavelt TJ 7 Tt Ttseems t tseemc tSoeema
seems natural but they have no rig rigendulger rigendanger + t tendanger >
endanger t the e success of their party part t r rby f fby tby +
by the th attitude they are 0 assuming auumlngRepubUeanti i iRepublicans r rRepublicans
Republicans they the are bound by byrules r rrulell r rrules +
rules te support the ticket with It al albest H 1 t tbest r rbut <
best efforts If they fall in this th thisare r rare c care
are guilty of not doing dol their duty dut frc t s 3 3their 1their Itheir
their party and are liable to dlscir d1sr d1srthe r rIf
If the ticket should be defeated an al1dett ardefeat + n
defeat can be traced to these fra framembers i imembers
members of the party parl they thereby therfh therelvvery I 8
I every ever right ht to recognition on the pert perttheir re rrrttheir rt rttheir
their political poUU I1 < friends in the future If IfSherman 1Sherman I ISherman
Sherman Barnes Woodruff Yourg YOl1gther M Mother I Iother
other prominent New Xc Yorkers York en fail flu in induty V t tduty
duty and do not support the ticket tfketthey 1 1tMy < s
they ought upt to their future Cutur usefulness usefulnessmembers Uefun 1 1memMN n nmembers
members of the party is 1 extremely extrem J 1 1tu1 < ivr ivrful L Lfish
fish They have ftaYe no right rl ht to OPPOE t tparty tpart tpotty < <
party part even though they suffered Ifr IfrIn re iein
in the convention eonftnU IL If the Rejrit an a atJeket anticket
ticket Is defeated fted In New N W York r e emonth it t tmonth
month it will simply be due to t tr trmembers t tmembers tmembers
members of th the socalled Old Gua Guawho Gua3 Gua3who
who are using U51n every opportunity to r re rethe a athe 8tbe
the chances of the ticket of their part partThose fartThBlie partThese
Those man should houid not forget t l U UPresident ItPresCdent mtPresident
President Taft has h signified his wish t f at atthe attho atthe
the Republican ticket with 1th Stlinf St1mfthe 5Innthe > r t tthe
the head be elected and it is thercf thfrlO thfrlOthe therefthe >
the duty of every Republican no rnaf rnafwhether rnrt rnrtwhether mncwhether
whether he be a New ew Nationalist NLtionaU rr r rmenabor i imembor 1nMmber
membor of the Old Guard to Jump In InJoseph i iand n nand
and work odc for the snecess CCC5S ar the tkkFt tkkFtJ050ph tiketJoseph
Joseph H Choate former Amhasfa mh8s a 1 1to Ito r rto
to England is at th the New Wihar WthariChGate < i 3r 3rChoate MrChaste
Chaste pleaded to be excused from frln11 frln11Interview in inhoter1ew
Intar Interview ew being < fatigues tU 8d from the t tf tfHe tr trHe r
He He however entertained a a party plUt rf f f tat r rat rt
at t dinner and was IUI ae usual talk tallcLc tallcLcMd ta1t t e eand cand
and Ue UeCapt livelyCapt lively livelyCapt
Capt Edward Sholto DouglasPennart DouglasPennarte t tthJ8
this being the family mJlr name of Bircn BircnPonrhyn Ibr1Ponrhn BarcrrPonchyn
Ponrhyn of London is at the New Newlard Nt Ntlard S Slard
lard The Hon Edward is the eldest s n not nthe
of the firSt Lord Pearhyn arhyn and Parrpa P1CJBlftnolM Pr ci ciBlanche
Blanche daughter of Sir C Ru Rme RmeRushout l lRushout +
Rushout Dart Capt DouglasPenna DougtuP nnvt t h iimember 1 1a
a member of the t e Carlton and BaiVf Batrelubs Bacclubs
clubs in Leaden and the family tamn tamndeaee r rdance >
dance is I the Penrhyn Castle CutJe Banger Bangera Dang < r rRe
Rev Re R + J D Jones Jon of o Bournemouth T 11 11JAnd Fgland s sland
land accompanied by Mrs Jones Is s at atthe otthe zitthe
the Now Willard Rev Dr Jones was a ndolfil8ate adelegate
delegate to the tne Congregational Congr Congrwhich Congrrm Congrrmwhich ongt ongtwhtch
which was held at Boston and is sprn sprning spcrlog prr prrIng
ing some me time in this country to see tl tA tAalJht3 tesights a aBighta
sights BightaI
I am a minister of the Free Fre Chur Churand 51hurh 51hurhwe h hand
and we are ar all Liberals1 Liberals said the Erg ErIUshmAn ErgUshman
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even though it may be claimed that re retries i itries c ctrtet
tries which have the protective tariff tar tarmAkIng tarIffmaking
making incursions into our come 1 1terrItories Iterritories
territories I do not n t believe that th tfI t t17 t17has ti tihaS
has anything to do with Ith It at all 1 Tmust j jmust
must be other reasons reasonsLook reaaonsLook reasonsLook
Look at your our own city continuri Pr PrJones PrJones PrJones
Jones Yours Is a high ir1g t tariff < rtr0 rtr0and r rand +
and I am quite sure there is no nvtr i1 tr tron
on earth whore living expenses exp nS68 are re m lJhigh aihigh
high as thoy are here If high tr tl tlbrings tat tatbrIngs
brings about high cost of living I tn t trtree r rtree
tree trade Is to be preferred protorredtoRenl preferredReal
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Anxious Husband HusoondMy My dear the rr3 Ijmust r i imust
must be sick from the way it is cryirg cryirgFashionable eryrgFashionable ryrrgFnshlonable
Fashionable Wife WUeIt It certainly fs s n nnuisance nnuisance anuisance
nuisance Tell the nurse to take t tthe f fthe tthe
the doctor or It will be making dear dearlittle dearmUe drarlIttle
little Fldo nervous nervousDhnpPolntel nervousDisappoInted
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paper office the other day dayWell dayWelt dayWell
Well what happened happenedSure happenedSure or orSure
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took her to the composing room

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