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WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 16 1910 1910Military 1910ril1tary
WDNESAY NOVMBR 16 1 1Mt
Military Mt Courts Cours and ad Influence InfluenceArmy Iuence Iuencey Influencemy
Army my y officers omcer are wondering wondeingad wonderingand and they theyvidently t th y ye1dety ye1dentb
vidently e1dety are ae entitled entted to the perplexity perplexitywhy perplelty perpleltyhy perplexitywh
wh why hy action aUon should shoud be delayed delaye In the te oases oasesof oaes oaesof casesot
of two or three tree courtmartial ooutmaral sentences sentenceswhich esntenceswhich
wh1h which wore woe submitted ubmt ed for approval appoval some someweeks someeks someweeks
weeks eks ago In at least lot one ot these thesecases the theees thesecases
cases ees the te specifications speUlcnUns epect catians were of such suc a acharacter achaer acharacter
character chaer and ad the findings fdhlg of tha ta thacourt thacourtwere court courtwer CQurtwee
wer wee were so conclusive eonclu that tat anything an thlng like likeleniency lke lkelenieny ltk6leniency
leniency lenieny would be b f dofeaj dof of justice justiceIn jutce jutceIn justiceIn
In another case ce which involves InvlY8 alleged allegedfinancial aleged al1esdfinancial I Ifnacal
financial fnacal irregularities Iregularto on the te part prt of an anarmy anary anarmy
army ary officer ofce retired retre as a eolonel oloRel since Blne the theiltenso th thc theffenso
c iltenso 1enso was w committed cmmite the Uo tnng findings of the thecourt thecout thecourt
court cout are Ue hardly harly less la convincing convlnong The Theother Thooter Theother
other oter ca CRo cases o which are ae pendhG pending are ae less lewsflagrant lessflagrant
flagrant tagant but sentences Ht of dlwniwal dl8l wer werimposed wo woImposed wore woreImposed
imposed in all the the these cases C It is isevident IsEvdent isevident
evident Evdent according acrding to t a current cur nt report reportthat reportthat
that the officer ofcer most m directly diety concerned concernedare eoernedOZO
are 60 relying relyng upon upn Influence Infuone to save a them themResort te teResort thornResort
Resort to such suo powe pressure is J e a trans transgression tas tasgeson transgresalon ¬
gression geson of tho measures meru for disci discipline dlsclpHne dtsclpllno ¬
pline and brings discredit dSOett upon upn the te opera operation opea opeaton operalion ¬
lion ton of justice justc This Thi te i manifestly manUtT wrong wrongand WIg WIgad wrongand
and ad its detrimental detimentl d tiimsntal Influence In uec8 extends otend so sofar i ifar sofar
far and ad has so many intricate Intrcte and laU intimate laUmoe taLlmate ¬
mate moe ramifications raml6aton8 that tat it is I impossible impossibleto Impslhlo Impslhloto
to estimate etiate the te results r0ut It I is not safe safeor afeor safej
j or proper prope to t assert asQ that tt sentences HtaCe of ofcourtsmartial otcoutsmaa ofcourtsmartial
courtsmartial coutsmaa must mut be Invariably Inviby ap approved ape aperved apDroved ¬
proved rved by reviewing authorities autorite There Thereare Thee Theea Thereare
are a instances Instaoes where the to sentences stenC are areinadequate ae aeineuate areInadequate
inadequate ineuate and ad where whee It I la I necessary necessaryto n8WY n8WYto
to rebuke rbuko the court cout for Its it leniency lenienc But Butit ButIt ButIt
it la I pretty prett safe sae to say sa that tt when dIe dismissal dl dlmlun dIentlssnl ¬
missal mlun Is i made a n part pot of the te sentence sentencewithout sentenoswithout
without witout the te appeal appea to mercy mecy on the te part partof parto
of o o the te court cout there te should shoud be b little 1tle or no noquestion noqueftlon noquetIon
question queftlon of the Justice juUoo of the action a Uon If Ifpolitical IfDolltiea1
political voltc or personal perona influence 1 uenco is I success successful scess scessful suocesslul ¬
ful in setting settng aside o1 astd such a sentence the theadministration theadinistaton theadministration
administration adinistaton is i speedily spedil placed plao in i the thoposition to topoiton theposition
position poiton of nullifying nullng Its system sst8 of mill military millT ¬
tary u T szy justice justiceArmy jusic jusicmy justiceArmy
Army my officers omeaa who are interested iterete in I the thegood thegood
80 good name nae of the service serc have a 8 right rightto rIghtto
to expect that such Influence will not pre
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The new Congress Cong will wl not be a a case caseof cs csot caseot
ot All all axe ae gone the old familiar familiarfaces taUI familIarfaces
faces but bt therell teel be many may a new one onethere oneter onethere
there just the same earaeWorkmens sameWorkmens
ter same sameWorkens
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Workmens Workens Compensation CompensationThe Compenaton CompenatonThe
The time for a careful coful examination eaminaton of ofthe atthe ofthe
the question qUetl of workmens workes compensation compensationnow cmpeaton cmpeatonnow
now is opportune opp rtune as a a number of States Statesare Stte Stteac Statesare
are ac considering conldelng tho te passage IMUig8 of laws 1lwI rag regulating ro roulaUng ragulating ¬
ulating the compensation cmpanatlon of Injured Injuredworkmen injuredworkmen
workmen workmenThe workme workmenThe
The sense sene of justice justce and of humanity humanityrevolts humaiy humaiyrevolt humanityrevolts
revolts revolt against agnst the idea of a system aytem of ofcompensation otcompQsatJn ofcompensation
compensation compQsatJn of workmen worken for aoeldants aoeldantsunder aoldent aoldentunder acoidentstinder
under which whi an injured Injure workman can se socure j jcure
cure redress ror only when wh ho oan on show showconclusively 5howconcluslnly showconclusively
conclusively negligence negoco on the to part lrt of ofIlls otls of1iIs
Ills ls employer eployer It I would seem S as an In Inferenoe Intereno Inferenos
ferenoe tereno following fonown the te events eent of the to past pastfew pst pstfew pastfew
few years that the th United Unte States Stte Is IBcommitted Iscmmitte Iscommitted
committed cmmitte to a better bettr system syste The com common Cm Cmmon cornmon ¬
mon sense sese of the people pople condemns onden a sys system ayster nystern ¬
tem ter under which there IB 1 so much waste wasteof wate wateot wasteof
of money which whl goes 10e largely to toclam claim at attorneys nttorne attorneys ¬
torne torneys instead Instd of to t the te injured Injur work workman wrk wrkmn wprkman ¬
man manTrue mn mnTre manTrue
True Tre there thoe are those tho who urge that thatthe thatthe thatthe
the workmen worken themselves teseve aro oarelese orelese and andhence antIhence
hence are or ought to b4 bd b responsible repnble for formany torInany formany
many of the to Injuries Inurie they tu receive roelv and andthat andthat andthat
that it would not be just to t compel copol em employers omployers employtra ¬
ployers to pay py compensation compenMton in such suchcases suchcn suchcases
cases cn s But in this tis respect rapet It should sould not notbe notbe notbe
be forgotten forgoten that tat any ay possible careless carelessness oaeless oaelessne8S carelessness ¬
ne8S ness thus complained cmpland of is in a sense sonse sans It Itself Itselt Itself ¬
self an accident It I is practically pratoly impos impossible Imposalbic Irnposaiblo ¬
sible for any an man to keep himself hhnslt keyed keyedup keyedup keyedup
up to the te mark mrk all the time te Heat HOt noise noisefumes nois noisfumes noIsefumes
fumes gases g smoke smke overwork overork fatigue fatiguetiredout faUge faUgetireout fatiguetIredout
tiredout tireout nerves nCMMe nervesthese these all al have their ter ef effects e offeet ¬
fects feet and at any an time tle may cause 0Ue that thatmomentary tat tatmomentar thatmomentary
momentary momentar lapse lape of attention atenton which i iuniversally Iunlyeraly jg jguniversally
universally unlyeraly olaseiflod olaslod as carelessness carelessnessThe caeleness carelessnessThe
The truth tuth of the matter mtor is that a very verylarge verylarge
large percentage peoentge of o all 8U accidents aodet is In Inevitable Inevtabe inevItale ¬
evtabe evitable being bong the ffult of neither nete em employer o oplorer employer ¬
ployer nor oploye omployo but that tht they aro arodue arodue aredue
I due to that certain corln amount of risk which whichis whichI whichIs
is found in all al conditions of trade and andmainly andmaInly andmainly
mainly to t the Imperfection Imperteton that charac characterizes caac caacterlze charactenses ¬
tenses terlze all al human buma efforts effortsStill etorl effortsstill
Still SUI though tough justice and an humanity huwly humanIty may mayrequire 1IY 1IYrtulre ay ayrequire
rtulre require the thl th adoption adopUO of o a I better betr system systemof systemof
of comr cmrfmsaton compnaatIon < nsation for Co tu workmen wokm In case ce of ofaccidents otacidents ofaccidents
accidents acidents it does doe not signify sty that tat pru prudence prudenco prudenco ¬
denco and ad common sense oSQ should bo alma abandoned abn abndone almadosed ¬
dosed done In devising devlstc such s a new system systemIt Sstm SstmIt
It should be made to t fit ft all al the te contin contingencies cntn cntngence contingencies ¬
gencies gence and should soul1 be b carefully cefuly propor proportioned proportiore proportiorsed ¬
tioned tiore to fit ft the situation stt ton else it I may maycause mlY mlYcause maycause
cause evils evis qolte as A reprehensible reprehollble as those thoseit thoseit
it I is designed doge to cure cureIt ourq cureIt
It I has ha been proposed popo that tho fallowing fallowingplan foUowng foUowngplan followIngplan
plan might ml ht provide a just and equitable equitableFirst Muitblesolution UIble UIblesoluton
soluton solutonFIrtNo solution solutionFirstNo
First FIrtNo FirstNo No redress roros should be given to tomen tomen
men Injured Inure through their own serious seriousor
or willful w1fu1 misconduct misconductSecond mlslondu mlslonduSecondI miseonduetSecondIf
Second SecondI SecondIf If possible under the common commonlaw commonlaw commonlaw
law take te away from Injured 1ured workmen workmenall workmenen
all rights rht to recovery rcov al o c oany any existing e tng
emplbyerl employers mploy rilla llablllty statutes statut giving them themmstaad themtatead themtnstead
lt gvlng
mstaad tatead all al of the Benefits eneft of the planned plannedworkmens pllnned pllnnedworkmas plannedworkmens
workmens workmas compensation compO Uon act actThird nt actTblrdThbwOrkmOn
Third Thlrdhwokon TblrdThbwOrkmOn The workman should sh h Uld contribute contlbutoln contlbutolnpart contributeln contributelnpart in inpart
part to the cost of workman worlin componsa compensation componsaUon componsation ¬
tion as te 1 now done in other othcr3quntrIeS othcr3quntrIeSnot Countries Countriesnot untrie untrienot
not necessarily necariy a onehalf onohnU but sonrts sot so part partperhaps prt prtperhaps partperhaps
perhaps a third or even a fourth But Butthe Butte Butthe
the argument might bo b advanced that thatthe tat tatthe thatthe
te argent
the laborer labaTr labor already bOats bars a I vory large largepart largepart
part of the burden a as only half haI wngeg wngegare wng wngare
prt are ae paid during durng his period of disability disabilityThis dtsbUt dtsbUtThi disabilityTitle
This Thi is 1 true enough but if each ech workman workmanindividually workmenIndividually
individually Individualy had to pay pa a 8 small smal fixed te sum sumweekly sumweekly sumweekly
weekly he would be more alive to t the theneed the thenee theneed
possible to pre prevent provent ¬
need of doing everything averyUlng
nee vent vnt accidents 6odet Also he h would be moro raorsready moroready
ready redy to rebuke carelessness crelossnls8 in his Ils fel fellowworkmen fO to tolowworkmen ¬
lowworkmen lowworkmenFourth lowworkmenponthA lowworkmenlotrthA
Fourth ponthA lotrthA A waiting waitng period peiod of say s two twoweeks towek twoweeks
weeks after the accident acIdent during durin which whichno whtehno
no wek benefits boueft are to be paid should bo pro provided provide proiMed ¬
vided Why If I there thre is no compensa compensation compo componiation ¬
vide
tion to the Injured Injued workman workmandurng during tho thofirst thofrt theftrt
first ton frt two weeks wees of disability dlsablty there tltt might mightbe mightbe mightbe
be less IO Incentive Incentv to soldiering soldieringA soldlorng soldlorngA
A law davised dqvlse dqvlsed on something like likethe lke lkethe likethe
the abovo lines l0B in the end certainly certainlywould certainlYwould certaInlYwould
would cost the employer more but butnot butnot butnot
not the community cmmullt For the community communitywould crnpmunttywould
would save 8ve the expense epense of maintaining maintainingdamage maintainingdamage maintainingdamage
damage courts court would save taxes taos ralsod ralsodfor ralsodfor
for poor relief and would woul derive deive beneflt benefltfrom beeft beeftfrom beneiltfrom
from men saved from penury penur and ad dis discouragement di dicurgement discouragemont ¬
couragement curgement from tam women who have no nosupport nosupport nosupport
support and ad from fom children chidren saved from frompremature trompreature frompremature
premature preature entry ontr into Int factories but who whocould whocoukt
could coul be more efficient ofoont workers worlter by having havingan havln havlnaf
an af opportunity opprtnity of getting gettng a batter boter educa education ou ouUn eduZa eduZatton ¬
tion tionAnd Un UnAd And Ad last lat but not least let no workmens workmenscompensation workmencomp9tlon workmenscompensatIon
compensation comp9tlon act oan on be considered oonsldoed per perfect pertot perfoot ¬
foot tot which does doe not also al embrace orbrace a a wU wUdevlsad w vslIdevised l ldevlsf
devised devlsf scheme scluno for the pYventlen peventon of ao aocldents ascidants
cldents
When Gladstone Gldl e was defeated det tBd at t th thpolls U1 U1pls the thepolls
polls pls he ratlred7to retrod to Hawarden and chop chopped chOpped chopped ¬
ped down treoa treo The Th Sage of Oyster O stl Bay Bayconfine Dy DyoonfluM flayconfines
confine oonfluM himself hlmsl to sawing sawng wood woodSuffragette wo woSufraete weedSuffragette
Suffragette Sufraete Methods MethodsMore Hethocis Hethocishloro etlod etlodMor
More Mor and ad more we are nr becoming becming eon eonvinoed on onvlnoed onvlnoed
vlnoed that tat tho woman who ardently ardatb ad advocate advoate advocate ¬
vocate voate woman suffrage sutrce and who are wi wiIng Will Willing willlug ¬
ing to make any reasonable reaonblo Baorlflues saorDues to tobring tobrn tobring
bring brn it about often hurt hur rather than thanhelp thanhelp
help their thr causo CO by the te vary voy daring daringof 4erlngot lln llno1t
of o1t the methods metos they the adopt One of the thefavorite thefavorJe thefavorite
favorite favorJe farms fn of agitating nglatng the thation ques question ¬
tion ton of woman woma suffrage strge is the street stroetmeeting strot streetmeeting I
meeting in crowded cities and frequently
one may my And fn lint bands bd of three thr or four de devoted d dvt devoted ¬
voted vt women Y the to center ct of a a gang on ot othoodlums otholum othoodlums
hoodlums holum and nd loafers loatol with wit a sprinkling sprinklingof
of orderly Mely cltisons olt s attracted attatod by curiosity curiositysetting curot7 curot7Http curiositysettiug
setting Http forth their tlolr pleas ples for the te jus justice jut jutUe justies ¬
ties Ue ot extension extene of the th suffrage stso Th Thother TM TMother
oUe other day e in Now York a prominent pminet suf suffragette wCtplt stiftragette ¬
fragette Mrs Leeblngar exhibited two twowratchftd twowrtcbd o ottt
tplt Mr Loelnre o lt
wratchftd ttt specimens 8pmens of men me trout tim the te gut gutter gt gtte guttar ¬
tar te drunkards drnkrds and bums and IUgt sought to tohold t tohold
hold hel thorn Um up to a n crowd as oxawple op of ofthe ofte ofthe
te the injustice InJuUoe ° whloh hloh allowed alowe seek h area creatMres cr crtr areatures
tMres tr to vote Tte oto and yot denied deie the t ballot ballotto ballotto lt ltt
to t respectable retah women wome Of course COn in its itsessence It ItC
essence C the te tb argument armt and the demon demonstration dln dlnattn dembnstratlon ¬
stration attn ware woe fallacious faUaelo for to as readily readilytwo reiY reiYtwo readilytwo
two tough tug woman woen could culd have been beennicked besapicked
nicked pcke up from Broadway Brdway to offset ort Mrs MrsLoablngars Mr MrsLoobingers II IILelIers
Loablngars LelIers exhibit ohlhL But when whe this oaf suffragette nftrgete oaffragette ¬
fragette trgete spoke spke and an pleaded pl9e she was hoot hooted hoote hooted ¬
ed e down laughed laughe at sworn swor at and andfinally andfinally
finally fnaUy had to make her escape escapeSuch eSQp esoapoSuch
Such Suc efforts etora do the cause cuse of feminine femininesuffrage tolnlne tolnlne8utragwhl femininesuffragewhich
suffrage 8utragwhl suffragewhich which has ha much muc to be b said eid ld in inIts InIt inits
Its It favor tavorIncalculoblo favorIncalculable incalculable harm han It I has ha al already alrey a aready ¬
ready rey caused cuso the torm suffragettes strgeU to tobe tob tobe
be b regarded rgaded as a a u joke joke It has made mae us usall usal usall
all al think of suffragettes utratO as those th strong strongminded strng strngminde strongminded
minded minde females feale devoid devod of fine fne feminine femininegraces fomlnlnege femininegraces
graces ge which whch rightly rCbUy used ue do so much muchfor mushfor
for the regeneration rgeneaton of man nn It I looms soomssuch loomssuch seamssuch
such a pity pt that tht the to women who have havethis havetis havethis
this tis cause eU at heart hea should aoul so 8 recklessly recklesslyand ral rala recklesslyand
and a thoughtlessly thughtessl discard disr their thor keenest keanestand kcMt kcMtan keenestand
and an most mqst efficient ofent weapons woDnl
Judge Judg Landis Lads of Chicago Chicgo fined na a wom woman woman wornan ¬
an ffor for selling selng hair har restorer rfstr that tt would wouldnot woul wouldnot
not restore rOtrs Seeing Soeng that tat it was wa only onlyhts onlyhis ffg ffghis
his court may be able to collect coU t If I for a achange achange achange
change changevThe change
changeTe i
4 vThe > Te The Billboard ibard Nuisance NuisanceChicago Nuaoe NuaoeClso NuisanceChkstgo
Chicago Clso which Is 1 trying rather rte hard hardthoso hardthose
those thO days day to t render rener the te < lty ty lass I hldej hldejous hide hideous hide
ous has lla received r ehe a check chek in 1 A decision decisionof delon delonot
of the th courts curt that tt a law it I had h passed passedMaking passedseeking
Making to do away with wit the te billboard billboardnuisance bibard bibardnuisance billboardnuisance
nuisance Is unconstitutional unconsttutona But it by byno byno byno
no means mes proposes to give gvo up the to fight fightThe fght fghtI fightThe
I The Municipal Art Ar League Lge has bs called cl0 upon uponthe uponthe
the directors dlretors who represent rapreent the various variouspark vaius vaiusI varlouspark
I park par systems sytems to t see s that tat the te ordinances ordinancesregulating orinaces orinacesreglatng ordinancesregulating
regulating reglatng billboards bUboards facing facng the te citys citysparks citys cityspk citysparks
parks pk and boulevards bouloard be rigidly rgdly enforced enforcedOne efore enforcedOne
One result will wU bo that tnt new ordinances ordinanceswill ordInanceswill
will wU bo drafted drfte seeking okng to drive drve the bill billboard bi billboard ¬
board brd from the streets atc6t and as the Chi Chicago Chiago Cliicage ¬
cage ago public publc Is In earnest earet In the te matter mattertha mater materthe matterthe
the billboard bUbr will wt probably have to t go goThere goThoro goThere
There is scarcely sccely a city cty in the country countrythat cunt countrythat
that Utft does doe not have to contend with wih the thesame te teo thesame
same o difficulties dlfoultes In Its It struggle stuggle to make makethe mae maete makethe
the te city cit moro mor pleasing plealng pleasinga a better beter place plac to tolive tolvo tolive
live lvo In Here Hor in 1 Washington Wahngon where we wopride wepride wepride
pride ourselves ous he3 on having hnvig a city ciy that tat has hasa
a largo larg appeal appl on its It aesthetic aeatEto aide we wofind wefnd wefind
find fnd many of our natural ntur and ad artistic artisticbvautles arto artobaute artisticbeauties
beauties baute sadly marred mred by the te hideous hideousbillboard hideousbiboard hideousbillboard
billboard billboardMuch biboard billboardMuch
Much can c be done to eliminate elmiat the thobillboard thebibod thebillboard
billboard bibod by regulation reglaton by the te author authorities autor authortIes ¬
ties tlS but much more could cud be accom accomplished nom nompUhed aocompUshed ¬
pUshed pUhed by b a campaign campg of education eucaton which whichwould whichwould whichwould
would seek e to bring home the truth trth often oftendemonstrated oftcndemontated oftendemonstrated
demonstrated demontated that hat this tis placarding placding of the thedead thedoad thedead
dead walls wals of tho the city its Is vacant Y cnt lots lotsand lot lotad lotsand
and ad Its Is spare spae places plae with wih gaudy gudy and n usu usually usuany usually ¬
ally hideous posters pQstet is sheer waste was to of ofadvertising ofavertsing ofadvertising
advertising avertsing In I the post pat there has bean beanno bon bonno beanno
no more persistent peristent user of the te billboards billboardsthan bUboards bUboardsta billboardsthan
than ta tho theaters tetrs yet year by year ye yeaj the thej te teteatrca thetheatrical
j theatrical teatrca managers manscrs are coming tq t regard regardthis rearlthis regardthis
this form for of advertising avetsIng as a useless useles ex extravagant extavagant oxtravagant ¬
travagant tavagant and unproductive unproductve of returns returnsThey reurd reurdThey returnsThey
They like lke the local merchants have havecome lavo lavooomo havecome
come to see that tat the newspaper is the theonly theonly theonly
only solid and proper prper medium modi ur for adver advertising advertising ¬
tising tsing In Chicago Chlcgo lost lat year there was a astrike aItka astrike
strike Itka of the billposters blposters wjth VJt the result resultthat resultthat
that all the posters psters of the te various valous theat theatrical theatX theatiieal ¬
rical X CI attractions attaotons playing there remained remainedIn
In the UI blllroom bUroom and were wer not posted poste The Themoney Thomoney Themoney
money saved Sed in this way the te managers managersspent managersspont managersspent
spent in extra eta advertising ncrlslng in the to news newspapers newspapers ¬
papers with the thorQslt result that the shows
did di a larger lager business bUlncs than they the had dona donabefore donabefore donebefore
before beforeTho before beforeThe beforeThe
The billboard nuisance nuIsnce Is unnecessary unneoessaryIt unne ar
It I should sould disappear disappearIt disppea disppeaI
> It I Is said now that the Portuguese revo revolution rovolution ¬
lution luton was brought about by the areas excessive ece eceshoo areasdye ¬
shoo dye price of the Queen Mothers MotQrs hats hatsWomens ht hatsWomens
Womens headgear has ha always been a aprolific aprolfc aprolific
prolific prolfc source of trouble troubleRichard troubleRchar troubleRichard
Richard Rchar Croker Crke was wa gojag gqg to t take tke up upbSa uplila I
lila h 8 permanent pracnt residence in tnlrelantl 1n IeJal1tJ Ireland L but butj
j
no rio sooner does the news of Democratic Democraticvictory DemocraUcvlotory Democraticvictory
victory got out than we hear that ho has hassailed hassaUod hassailed
sailed for this country countryMrs countryMrs countryMrs
Mrs Leslie Carter says saY that aha Js anx anxious nnxlo anxio ¬
ious lo s to encourage emnurngQ American playwrights playwrightsAll
All aha has to do is to keep her hands oft oftAmerican oftAmorican oftAmerican
American plays playaIt playsIt playsIt
It is evident that the tholnQrease Increase In aav aavings 8oVhlgs oavIngs
ings bank deposits i is not duo to tbe high highI hip hlfhcost hipcost
I cost of living but in spite of it itAt ItAt ItAt
At any rate Mr Roosevelt cannot be boblamed behlamed beblamed
blamed becau b ca w Maine led off the thoproces thoprocesalan proces procession processlon ¬
alan alanThat
That deficit in the Baltimore aviation aviationmoat a aviationmeet vlat10nInjQt
moat shows that some of the flyers went wentfor wenttor wentfar
for altitude aItitulo records r Qordson on prices pricesAnother prlcosAnothar pricosAnother
Another strange paradox is How can cana cana cana
a live faunal naturalist be a dead one oneJust oneJst oneJpst
Just as the prohibitionists were about aboutto aboutto aboutto
to congratulate themselves because Lon Londons Londuns Londuns ¬
duns new ew lord mayor is a a teetotaler they theydiscovered tbeydlscoytlrod theydiscovered
discovered that he wears side whiskers whiskersMr whbkersMr whIskersMr
Mr Al Re of Everett Miss claims that thathis thathis thathis
his Is the shortest t name in the world worldbut worldbut worldbut
but when we turn it around we w can an hard hardly hardly hardly ¬
ly believe it IB a Ra Al name nameIt nBmo nBmoIt nameIt
It might not bo a bad idea for those thoseBaltimore thoseBaltlmoro thoseBaltimore
Baltimore undertakers who advertise cut cutrate cutrato cutrate
rate funerals to send some of their liter literature literature literatire ¬
ature to the guides pia in tho doer woods woodsAnd woodsnd
And 4 nd let it not be forgotten that Mr MrRoosevalt 1lrRoolQvalt MrRoosavot
Roosevalt did not speak in Maine whoso whosomotto whosimolter whosemotto
motto is DlrIgoI Dlrlgo I load loo It most cer certainly certlJn17 certainly ¬
tainly did didSlue 1tc1SIaM didSines <
Slue SIaM we have lent China a largo hunk hunkof hunkot hunkof
of ready cash w Wt arc all most interested
Iin In her reform scheme schemeA achentA sohemsA
A LITTLE NONSENSE NONSENSEMAUIC NONSENSEMAlue
MAUIC TIVAIXS Tr AI JS LEGACY LEGACYSix LEG LEGA or orSix CTSix
Six hundred hundr t1 thousand was the sum sumHe sumne sumlie
He left behind bohJndAnd behindAnd cohlndAnd
And not a a dollar wrested Vo > from fromPoor tramloor fromIoor
Poor humankind humankindHis humtUtldndHl hurnandndHis
His Hl earnings were the recompense recompenseOf
Of work well we done doneOf doneOf donsof
Of waggisaueM wa without offense offenseAnd otrenseAnd offenseAnd
And kindly fan fanAnd tunAnd funAnd
And in his books it doth befall befallOn betoll1n befallho
On ho every page pageThe PACerile pageThe
The gantle ga tJe author auth r left us all allA allA allA
A heritage l1rtt
A 4 Sugarcoated Pill P11LHew PllLRow PillUow
Hew Old you 7OQ11R1 pemiado t your Ottr daughter daughterto
to learn kitctatuwork kitctatuworkBy kttchelwOCkUBy
UBy By ly calling it domestic science scienceAf lICloncoA
Af it Lonely Future FntnrcYour FutureYour IrutnreYour
Your refusal has blasted my llfesald llfesaldhe Ufe iifeaidbe ald aldhe
he heOb Oh youll yoitll get over eve It In time said saidaba saidshe saidshe
she shePerhaps Perhaps 0 st But But under no oircum oircumstaaces QlrcumstaacM elrcumt0es
staaces will I call on any other girl for farat forat forat
at looM 1M t a n w weak JcN It
Just So SoDont SoDont SoDont
Dont b be a chronIc grouch grouchNobody In UdLNoboIIy grouchNobody
Nobody cares what I am amMaybe amMaybe amMaybe
Maybe not But you OU can at least leastpopulnr i ipopular e epopular
popular with yourself yoersolfA
A Cold Climate Climatei
i It gets so cold in Labrador LabradorAnd LbradorADd IbradorAad
And kindred dn recl lands landsThat laBd laBdTnat landsThat
That ail the docks need mittens for forTheir torTh8lr forTheir
Their little hands handsOencrnl 8Oenernl handsOenernl
Oenernl Improvement ImprovementPsUtleal 1Prov TrnprovmentPelitieal ment mentPIIUMI
PsUtleal oondidens are improving all allthe nIlthe allthe
the time timeYes tlm tlmYes tImeToo
Yes I have baV noticed that even the cam campaign campalgn campaign ¬
paign cigars al rs are netting better betterMere betterMere betterMere
Mere Hearsay HearsayI
I hear you women had trouble at your yourmock yourmock yourmeek
mock election electionWe electionwt It ItWt
We Wt had no trouble troubleThin treublThin troubleThn
Thin It isnt true that the jonltress jonltresspicked janltrossptckod janitrossPicked
picked up U a bushel of puffsT puffsTHeres puffs puttaHere puffsflares
flares Here the Proof ProofDo ProofDo ProofDo
Do you trust your staff humorist to
select the clipped jokes jok S you prnt prntTes p pntYes nt ntYes
Yes and and1le lie clips good ones too Oh Ohnewspaper Ohncwapapor Ohnewepapor
newspaper men are an honest lot lotA lotA ot otA
A Sad Sequel SequelYou SequelYou SequelYou
You remember that young lady who whowas wbowas whowas
was rescued by that handsome young youngman youngman Oungmn
man last summer summerYea 81ImmrY0IiI summerYes
Yea It was quite a romance And Andwhat Andwhat Andwhat
what was the sequel sequelOh sequelOh sequelOh
Oh they were married and nd she has hasjust hnajut hasjust
just sued him for nonsupport noft tUJport
BEST DRESSED WHIP WHIPMiss WHIPU8 WEIPtUas
Miss U8 Vera Morris Una Thirtytwo ThirtytwoRidiur ThirtytwoRldlu ThirtytwoRIdiu
Ridiur Rldlu Habits In Use UseFrom UeErom UseFroni
From UM New Y Yerk rk Amwkan AmwkanThe AattkanTho AmanThe
The best dressed dren d woman whip in the theworld theworld theworld
world It Walter Winans can be taken takenas
as an authority is Miss Vera Morris Morrisand MorrIeand MorrIsand
and so great Is her wardrobo warc robo that she sheis sheIs sheIs
is obliged to tako an extra ropm at the theHotel theHotol theHotel
Hotel Savoy for her riding togs togsMy togsMy togsMy
My maid tells me I have brought brvught over overa overa overa
a hundred street stroet dinner d ner and evening eveninggowns eveningt0IUi eveninggowns
gowns said Miss Morris She was la lamenting lamentln Iainenting ¬
menting mentln this morning mornln that she had no noplace noplac noplace
place plac to put them the closets were so sofull sofull nofull
full of other things and I just said if ifanything itanthlug Ifanything
anything had to be sacrificed to crowding crowdingand orowdingand crowdingand
and wrinkles let it be those things for forthe torthe forthe
the only clothes I really caro about and andwhich andwhich andwhich
which express the real mo are tho things thingsIn thInga1n thingsIn
In which I ride to pound hounds or other sport sporting sportIng sporting ¬
ing events eventsMiss ovontlMIss ovontaMiss
Miss Morris has hasthlrtytwo thirtytwo riding hab habits habIts habIts ¬
its two dozen different riding hats one onedozen onedozen onedozen
dozen pairs of patent leather riding ridingboots ridIngboots ridingboots
boots six dozen white and colored stocks etockoand stocksand stocksand
and two dozen waistcoats from the vivid vividEnglish vividEnglish vividEnglish
English pink for the chase to the thasmart thesmart thesmart
smart black and white nnd gray for very veryconventional VcryconvenUonal veryconventional
conventional riding events Miss Morris Morriswears Morriswears MorrIswears
wears her hair in the severest manner mannerpossible mannerpossible mannerpossible
possible It Is combed smoothly back backand backand backand
and then braided in a i tight braid and andcoiled andcoiled andcoiied
coiled in a low knot at the back of the theneck thoneck theneck
neck It is a stylo that would make most mostwomen mostwomen mostwomen
women look plain pl ln and homely and no nowoman noOman nowoman
woman should attempt it unless she has hasfeatures haateatures hasfeatures
features Almost classic in regularity regularityA
A Permanent Cure CureFtcm OUreFtom CureFrom
From the National Magazine MagazineTho fl1gWneTho MagazineThe
Tho various rulings of the commissions commissionsand comm1ssionsand commissionsand
and departments at Washington are often oftentimes ottenUmos oftentimes ¬
times thought to be arbitrary and unneo unnecessary unneoessary unneoessary ¬
essary No less a personage than David DavidStarr DavldStarr DavIdStarr
Starr Jordan joked about the laws of o the theinternational theInternational theinternational
international fisheries commission commissionThe commissionThe commissionTh0
The fish there have no chance he helamented 11elamented lielamented
lamented they have as hard a time of ofit otIt ofit
it as the whites in the interior of China ChinaA ChinaA ChinaA
A druggist there said to his clerk one oneday oneday oneday
day dayDldnt
Didnt I see a foreign devil come put putof putor putof
of hers as I came down the street streetYes streetYes streetToo
Yes sir the clerk meekly responded respondedHe
He wanted a permanent cure for head headache headnehe headecho ¬
ache acheXAnd
XAnd And you sold him himRat hI him himI D DRAt
I Rat poison sir to
fllndenaburg lnden lmrgEnterprbe lmrgEnterprbellr Enterprise EnterpriseFmea
From Harpers ilarper lIarpersesuIee lIarpersesuIeeThe a 1 1The taMta taMtaThe
The historic town of Bladensburg Md MdHad MdHad Mdhad
Had a good bit of fun poked at it by rea reason renson mason ¬
son of its alleged sleeplessness For In Instance Instanoe instance ¬
stance the story is told that a Bhxdens Bhxdensburg Bla Blabnsburg en enburg
burg merchant was dozing In his shop one oneday oneday oneday
day when a little boy came in with a apitcher apitcher apitcher
pitcher and asked for a quart of milk milkTh milkThp milkThR
Th Thp merchant yawned stretched himself himselfhalfopeReil himselfhaltopened himselfhalfopered
halfopeReil his eyes and then n the themost th themost
most injured tone > fo raid EldGet raidGee d dGee
I Gee whiz Aint thefe th re nobody that thatm thatthis thatsoijmiThJntMs
soijmiThJntMs m this town own but b bt mo mot
LONDON POUOE REPORT HEPORTSleuths REPORTSleutJls REPORTSleuths
Sleuths of English EngU h Metropolis Make MakelljJ4a lfakcI
I lljJ4a 11r 1J642 t2 Arrests Daring Year YearPrvrn Year1ITm Yearkaini
Prvrn thst the tendon Telegraph TeJecmDbThe TelegraphThe Td eraph eraphThe
The annual report of the th oommlsslonar ommlsslonarof j jof
of police for the metropolis just issued issuedcontains lsauodaontnlns issuedcontains
contains contains as usual u many interesting and andstriking nndstriking andstriking
striking facts The area guarded by the theforco thetorco theforce
force is of course exclusive of the city cityof clt cltof cityof
of London and Its liberties It is 00942 00942fequare 0094 0094fquare 6094quare
fequare quare miles in extent and stretches stretchesfrom 6tretchestrom stretchesfrom
from Colney Heath Hertfordshire lIer ordshlre on the thenorth thenorth thenorth
north to Mogadora Todworth T Heath HeathSurrey HeMhSurrey HeathSurrey
Surrey on the south and from Lark ark Hall HallEssax lIntlESflQX hailEssex
Essax in the east to BtauesMoor StauelJ gtaneg11oor oor Mid Middlesex Middlesex Middiesex ¬
dlesex on the west This Tltl is a radius of offifteen Oftlfteen offifteen
fifteen miles from Charing Cross and an tho thorateable thorateable therateable
rateable value of the area is oIIl19S3 oIIl19S3The WS17983 WS17983The 1611O3The
The force required to protoot this large largeand largeand largeand
and valuable district in 1NO was 186S7 an anIncrease anInorease aninorease
Inorease on 1008 l9O of 400 men The different differentgrades dltt8lontgrades differentgrades
grades ore as follows followsBHperlntendenta t01lowsBUIJIrhstendenta followsSuperintendents
Superintendents BHperlntendentaIncpectars BUIJIrhstendentaIUllJC SuperintendentsInora
Incpectars IncpectarsSetvmnta IUllJC ra 008 008Sen 108Sergeants
Sergeants SergeantsCetable nt 2487 2487Constables 1 1Co
Co CetableThere Constables table9 JJW JJWThere ifiIIOThore >
There was Qally an average of onefour onefourteenth oD onofourteenth four fourteonth ¬
teenth of tho force torc away from duty in inaccordance toaQQordanoo inaccordance
accordance with the regulation granting grantingono grantingono grantingone
ono days leave in a fortnight to oftoh oftohman Ofohman oachman
man It will be heard with satisfaction satisfactionthat sattafactJonthat satisfactionthat
that within a ft1ltUo little over three years it will willbe wlUhe wIllho
be possible to secure one days rest per parweek perweek perweek
week for each man nw About to per cent centof centoC centof
of the men on duty are engaged at night
10 p m to 6 a a m The pay of tbe force forcowas forceaa forcea8
was a8 fllOJ8oJ fllOJ8oJAmong 1K IOS43 IOS43Among S4S S4SAmong
Among the notable fact facts mentioned by bytho bytho bytIm
tho commissioner comm qjoner may be quoted the sta statistics statIsUcsrelating stnUnties ¬
Unties tIsUcsrelating relating to street accidents It ap appears ape apeDQ appars ¬
pears DQ rS that the number of such accidents accidentswhore aectdentawhelO accidentswhore
whore persons perSO II were killed was 306 and andof andoC andof
of those where persons were injured 16
974 Of the deaths 85 6 were caused by byaccidents byaccldents byaccidents
accidents In which vehicles hJele were con concerned concerned concerned ¬
cerned and of those vehicles MS ware waremotordriven weremotordnen woremotordriven
motordriven 115 of the deaths were of ofparsons ofpersons ofpersons
persons under flftaen years of age ageThe ageTire g8 g8The
The number of persons p n na apprehended ap by byUio bytJ10 bythe
the London polte in 1909 1 was 112142 Of Ofthese OCthese Qfthese
these 340 a were convicted at sessions 81 811GS 8110S SIus
1GS were convicted by magistrates 7S2 7S2were 712were 72wore
were acquitted bills ignored c c at sue sessions SOfIslone sueslo ¬
sions slo s and i003 tm were discharged by bymagistrates bymagl8trates bymagistrates
magistrates Tlje fle numbers of criminal criminaloffenses crtmlnaloffenses criminaloffenses
offenses felonies burglaries and house housebreakings houl houlbre housebroakings
breakings bre Jdnls have decreased Nineteen Nineteencase NInotnCIUiOl Nineteencacao
case of murder were reported In eleven elevencoses c1evonaasflB clovencases
cases arrests arrOllts4 wore ON made and In six sixeeaw sixOtlHII clxsame
same the murderers mur er committed ulcids ruicidsOr ulcidsOf uleld ulelda
Of a the th fourteen persons apprehended apprehendedSevan appre apprehendedseven hendCMl hendCMlsoyan
seven ware convicted and sentenced to todaaih todoath todeath
death four war were ere found to ba insane at atthe attit atths
the tit time of the murder and one on ar arraignment arrnilPUftent arralgnment ¬
raignment One accused person was die discharged dfaoharpcI diecharged ¬
charged by a magistrate and In tho thootfesr thoou theother
other ou case the bill was ignored by the tnegrand tMd thegrand
grand d jury
16inWlcatJoM anuncations by the fingerprint aye system 85tUlft ayetein ¬
tem says the commIssioner loa show a sub sabstaatial 1lUbtaattal substantial
staatial increase 9MO t being recorded as asgainst Uanaut asagainst
against S44I 44 In 1908 Of these tJM 0 ware wareby ware1Mr wereltj
by provincial police forces tore Tha method methodcontinues meUaodeoIItinues methodcostinuec
continues to give gi unquauaed satisfac satisfaction eatletaoLou Wttae WttaetltMJ > ¬
Lou not only nly in the United Kingdom Kingdombat KUtl Kingdombut lom lombut
but alee It Is 1 battered in all other otl1 r coun eountriM countriM countries
triM where wtt introduced introducedDuring Iatroduee4I IntroducedDuring
During I the year r the following licenses licensesw lloensesftN licenseswere
were w r issued for public vehicles vehiclesUMMM vehiclesHeesea
UMMM 11 etia taiswbIet M me meIW
wbIet 1 I I esba esba1ster IJIII IJIIIDior
Meter Dior ala ofeMotor caIII alaUIsIdISWs IW IWjm
II UIsIdISWs OSSIIeNS OSSIIeNSI jm jmMeetatBtotl
Motor I ouitam ouitamSCHOOL lBftl lBftlUssedw 1 1nawtt
Ussedw nawtt UIIM UIIM1I ass assMechailcil
MeetatBtotl 1I MB uI ass assTetsi JJM JJMT
I T Tetsi TetsiThe t I MSG3 MSG3The i iThe
The absentmindedness abBQftt aess of the public in inthe Intho
lt the matter of lost property shows sows OWII no noshuskaam nostackoalnc n nslackening
shuskaam slackening There were wee found Oaring the theyear theflr theyear
year flr OI < XfB articles lost in public ear carriages earrfa8S earriages ¬
riages there being 4 498 more than in
18 1 Of these 2802 O62 were restored to toowners toowaers toowner
owners owaers their value estimated tbnRtod at JW JWSCHOOL MM7 MM7Meter 147 147SCHOOL
SCHOOL FOR BRIDES BEIDESYoniigr BRIDESYonug
Young Wires Ives to He Taught Rt1ht How to toJ toMake
J Make Their Hnalmnds happy HnppyEhw I1npPT1n happyFist
Fist Ut Ute CUeae TdboM TdboMThe Tdbei TdbeiThe
The now department lent just opened in inUie InUte inthe
Ute School of Domestic Art Art and Sci Sciences Sc Sceases ¬
eases in this city dt in I which prospectiveand prospective prospectiveand
and youag wives wlv are to be taught how howI howto
I to make prospective prGl UB and young 7OI j husbands husbandsnappy husbandshappy
nappy ought to be aa attractive and andusaful amlsf anduseful
useful sf CUI one The most t hopeful sign a is the thepracUcabiltty thePlRCtJcabUUy thepracticability
practicability of the new schema Instead Insteadof Inatoadof Insteadof
of the various political philosophical philosophicalufTraseticul phllo8ophleaIutrrq8deal phlloopiicaipuffragedcai
puffragedcai ufTraseticul and ethical reforms which whichhave whichhavo whichhave
have been agitated as a antidotes for the thodivorce UtodlQreo thedivorce
divorce habit the author of this scheme schemagats schemegots schemegets
gets far down u to > the roots of Benedictine Benedictinehappiness Ben Benedictinehappiness lctlne lctlnehappllMSS
happiness by establishing < a curriculum curriculumto
to which the prominent items are ar making makingmodel makingmodel makingmodel
model bedrooms disposing dJepoalD of socks ties tiesand Ue8and tiesand
and vats vo ts preserving pre erv1nc trouser creases creasesputting eIeaHIIputting creasesputting
putting away fun shirts ahlra airing rooms deco decorating d decorating O OraUng ¬
rating them matching furniture c cAH 0 0All cAll
All this satisfies satJ the outer man but butIt butIt butit
It does not provide for the cravings of oftha ofthe ofthe
the inner man The kitchen klt heft should not notbe notbe notbe
be omitted Unhappiness often begins at atbreakfast atbraaktut atbreakfast
breakfast and culminates 8 at dinner
Tough biscuits and burned roasts have havebeen havebeen haveboon
been the source of much domestic undo undoing lndoIng undoing ¬
ing Domestic dyspepela dY 8pela for which no nopepsin nopCplln nopepsIn
pepsin remedy reme 1Y < has yet bean found is isfrequent a atroquflnt afrequent
frequent cause of dissatisfaction derange derangement derangement derangemeat ¬
meat ment divorce Ac AcJUSTICE CJUSTICE c cYUSTICE
JUSTICE HUGHES DECISION DECISIONHis
His First Opinion from Supreme SnprcmeBench SnlrenteDeneb SupremeBench
Bench One On of Importance ImportanceFrom ImportanceFran ce ceFrom
From tho Nwr 8W York Yoiiclifafl YoiiclifaflAssociate Matt MattAssociate MalLAs
Associate As oalate Justice Hughes Hugh of the Su Supremo SUe SUepreme Suprema ¬
premo Court of tho United States dolly delivered deUvered dollyered ¬
ered his first opinion as a member of that thattribunal thattribuna thattribunal
tribunal and It treats of a a question of so somuch somuch somuch
much Importance that it is worth noting notingSuit notingSuit notingSuit
Suit was brought in Missouri to forfeit forfeitthe forfeitthe forfeitthe
the title of the National Bank of Trenton TrentonMo Trenton TrentonMo TrentonMo
Mo to certain lands which it had ac acquired acquired acquircd ¬
quired through the nonpayment of a loan loanmade lonnmade loanmade
made thereon tho plaintiff seeking stoking to eet eetaside aotuslde ot otaside
aside the transfer on the ground that th t a anational anational anational
national bank is forbidden torblddetl by law to hold holdI holdreal
I real r al estate under such circumstances circumstancesThe clroumstAncesThe ciroumstaneesThe
The plaintiff was w s defeated and on ap appeal appen appeal ¬
peal to the Supreme Court that body sus susI sustained sustamed
I tamed the court below Justice Hughes HughesIn
In delivering the opinion pointed out that thatwhile thatwhile thatwhile
while the law forbade national banks bonksfrom banksfrom banksfrom
from making loans on real estate yet In Inthe Inthe inthe
the absence of any express Intent on the theport thepart thepart
part of Congress to make such transfer transfervoid transtervoid transfervoid
void such deeds were not to be voided voidedby voidedby voidedby
by tha th grantor or his descendants where whereno wherono whereno
no fraud frau was shown
Not to Be Fooled FooledlYom Foolec1From FooledFrom
From an Hschancs HschancsProudly Jhchan JhchanProudly 53cbangeProudly
Proudly Tomklns displayed the sights sightsof sightsot sightsof
of London to his uncle fresh from the theverdant theverdant theverdant
verdant country They visited St St Pauls Paulsand Paulsand Paulsand
and the Embankment and the National NationalGallery NationalGallery NationalGallery
Gallery and all the places they could get getIn getIn getIn
In free and as an especial e peclal treat treat they theyvisited tbeyIslted theyvisited
visited Islted iff a music hall where a trombone trombonesolo trombonesolq
solo was in progress s when they entered enteredWith onteredWith enteredWith
With rapt attention the old man watch watched watched watched ¬
ed the instrumentalists facial contortions contortionsAt
At tho close the audience applauded applaudedthunderously appl9udedthunderously applaudedthunderously
thunderously but the th old man sat mute muteWell muteWell muteWell
Well said young Tomkins didnt didntyou dldntyou didntyou
you like it itVorra ItVorra 1 1Vorra
Vorra good ve ve yearn > ra good no no doubt doubtnodded doubtnodded doubtnodded
nodded the old man but we country countryfolk countrytalk countryl
folk l lk canna be taken tak n in so easy as oil oilthat aUthat allthat
that I knew all the time he wasnt wasntaswallowln wasntaswallowln wasntaswallowin
aswallowln of o It ItPant ItPUjlt ItPnt
Pant Help JlelpFrotI1 helpFrom
From Youths YouthO G 1 1The Oeeles OeelesThe rtaB rtaBThe
The man with the old clock under hisarm hisarm
arm laid It on the jewelers showcase showcaseI
I wish youd Oul see what Is tho matter matterwith matterwith matterwith
with this he said stUdTho saidThe
The jeweler removed the dial screwed screwedhis 8crewedhis arewedhis
his eyeglass into place and inspected the theworks theworks theworks
works of the th ancient timaplabe timaplabeNothing Um timepleoeNothing pla6e pla6eNothing
Nothing is tho matter with It Itnow ItnowItS itnowit now nowIts
Its it sufferings are over overWell OV01Vell overWell
Well Vell how much do I owe you youasked younskpd youasked
asked the man manNothing manNcthlng manNGthing
Nothing answered the jeweler This Thisisnt ThisIsnt ThisIsnt
isnt a professional tnatment tnatI ent This is iaa isa isa
a coronerla OOOI coronerinqIcSL coronerinqIcSLi rna nqUest i est
0 > i
ELECTION VIEWS VIEWSBcverldjre VIEWSDClldge VIEWSfleverldge
Bcverldjre and Retirement RetirementFwm RetirementVrorn UetIremeittrroin
Fwm the BU St Louis Republic RepublicTho nepbllcTho RepublicThe
Tho Republic has from from time to Unit UnitInduJged Urn iimIndulged Urnindulged
Indulged In goodnatured oodnatured fun at U we ex expQt1IiO cxpojiso x xpenso
penso of Senator Son for B0v 13 flnvrldge ridge In view of ofhis olhfs of1db
his invincIble youthfulness we w we have occa occasionally o ostonally occasionally ¬
sionally felt in contemplating contempiatlnglnim him as an anEnglish anEnglish anEnglish
English wit folt about Maoaulay who whowished whowlshed whowished
wished ho might bo bone as cocksure of any anything anything aIrything ¬
I
thing as Mncauly was of everything everythingBut evefthlngBut everythingBut
But it to time to leave jests behind and andpay andpay andpay
pay trlbuto to the spirit in which the thesenior tit titfienlor thesenior
senior Senator Jrom from Indiana has h met metdofeat matdorent metdetent
detent dofeatI
I bow to the t ewJJ1 will of the people s said stlJdthe saidthe W Wthe
the Senator I have b ve held the tlt offloe offloet for fortwelve fortwelve r rtwelve
twelve years oors and retire with a clean cleanrecord cl cleanrecord an anrecord
record This attitude is tine and strong strongit
it hints of the possession possea lon of a reserve reserveof reselYoot reserveor
of forco a latent lat nt strength of spirit which whichwill whlckwUl whichwill
will surprise many Americans who whohaV6 whohaV6done have havedone havedone
done full justice to Beverldges Devt1rldg s ability abilitycleanness abl1ll7olo abilitycleanness
cleanness olo l1ness of hands and bayish enthusl enthuslDomocrndc enthuslasm enthusiDeniocradic
asm asmDemocrAtic
DemocrAtic Presidential PreHIlen f lulPolbIUtT lulPolbIUtTFrem Possibility PossibilityFran PoaefIllItyFrom
Fran the llwton Tr Teanenjint TeanenjintThere nit nitThere L LTltero
There is a Democratic 1emocratlc Presidential pos possibility postbUUY peesihility ¬
sibility that has been overlooked by br the thetlckotmakors theUukotrnakors theticketmakers
tlckotmakors of th the Bast Eastthat that is Kie Kiegovernor 411 411govetnor ro rogovernor
governor governor of North Dakota John Burke Burkewho Durkowho Burkewho
who has just been elected for a third time timeIn timeIn tIns tInsin
In that that stalwart Republican State StateVoting StateVoting StateVoting
Voting for John Burke has become b mo a sort sortof sortor sortOf
of mania for tho Republicans of North NorthDakota NorthDakota NorthDakota
Dakota and no matter how good a candi candidate candldate sandidate ¬
date tho Republicans put up against againstBurke agalnatUurke againstBurke
Burke the latter is always sure to win winThis wInThis winThis
This time they thought they had made madesure madesuro mad madsure
sure but In spite of the fact that the theRepublicans theRopubUcans theRepublicans
Republicans nominated a Scandinavian Scandinavianthe
the Scandinavians seem to have voted votedfor votedfor 0 ANI ANIfor
for the Irishman allowing a commenda commendable commen comnmendable a ablo ¬
ble lack of racial bias not as common as asIt asIt asit
It ought to bd bo
How It Wan Vml Done DoneFrera DoneFrem DoneYrem
Frera tie Nw lUrm II IB JoHnMlOwrter JoHnMlOwrterThe JCettrlerThe JeaesItwrloThe
The Democratic party was powerfully powerfullyhelped powerf1lh powerfullyhelped
helped h lped by a spirit of unrest unrest and dissatis dissatisfaction dIatistaotlon dissatisfaction ¬
faction among conservatives and thought thoughtful thoughtful thoughtful ¬
ful Republicans who regretfully re8tet ny bolted boltedtholr boltedtbolr boltedtholr
tholr beloved ticket And the Democratic Democraticparty D Democraticparty lDocratiofUbp
party for onco again In Its history put up upin upIn upin
in conspicuous instances Instanc S as candidates candidatesmen candldalemen candidatesinca
men of o ability men of highly highl honored honorednames honorednames honorednames
names men of unquestionable unquesU nabIe fitness for forhigh forhgh forhigh
high office OllIceu men like ilk Baldwin of our own ownState OW11State ownState
State Wilson of New Jersey and Har Harmon Harmon Hexmon ¬
mon of Ohio And tho Democrats for foronc tornee forene
onc nee again stood to their guns as a a aunited aU aunited
united U ted party and not as In maly maJ recent recentcampaigns r recentcampaigns nt ntcampaigns
campaigns a divided party partyCltnnce partyChance partyChance
Chance for Republicans RepublicansFrom RcpnbUcanFrom RcpubllcanFrom
From From UM Now w Yerk JI Mall fl
The worst thing the Republican party partyooukl putyoould partycould
could do is to do nothing not lag at all aUto to stand standpat Hanelpat standpat
pat on everything and await walt the moves movesof movOioC movesof
of the Democratic Congress which will willconvene wtIJCOft willooetveno
convene COft ne thirteen months hence Thirteen Thirteenmonths Thirteenmonths Thirteenmonths
months when the high cost of living is isa Saa isa
a a question qUOl on of this and each suooeedlng suooeedlnghour suooeedlngtour cuoceodlaghour
hour and certain parts par of the tariff bill billare billan billare
are under present condemnation condemnationFrom co coadornnatlonFrom maaU n nrom
From Docember 6 to March 4 next the theRepublican theRepub1loaa theRepublican
Republican party will have undivided undividedcontrol und1kJedcontrol undividedcontrol
control of the executive the Senate and andthe andthe andthe
the House For the sake e of tb u general generalwaifare geAoralwaltan generalwelfare
welfare and for its own sake ke In lilS Ill the theparty t tparty theparty
party should crowd the session with withaccomplishment with0C011IpUahmcmt withuocomnpllahmunt
accomplishment accomplishmentWhen 0C011IpUahmcmtVhen uocomnpllahmuntVhen
Vhen Champ Clark < AB Asserts ABBertsI AssertsFrim erl M MFr
I Fr Frem m the Hartford artItt OMnat OMnatChamp 0DcuLChamp msL msLChamp
Champ Clark now sees 160 Mr Speaker Sp kr In Inthe Inthe inthe
the mirror when he shaves himself of a amorning amorning amorning
morning and hes already trIAd telling how howhes bowhes howhes
hes going to assert his views Iews on the thetariff thetarltr thetariff
tariff Let L t the manufacturers sit tight tightand tightand tightand
and continue to make mak things thingsmoney money in inoludwl Inotu Ineluded
eluded otu etd Their common sense H se should tell tellthem teUthom tellthorn
them that hard words break no bones bonesSpeeches bonfWISpoeohe bnoaSpeeches
Speeches ar are to be expected on the tb fa fanHKsr t tntUi1 fauoWi
nHKsr principle that when a dog is aH aHfull aUtull allfull
full of barks bark ho just has to bark But Butthere Butthero Butthere
there will be no violent businesssoaring businesssoaringripping buainessscartngripping businessscaringripping
ripping up of the tariff in the winter of oflill12 or1U12
lill12 or the winter after that thatThe thatT1e thatThe
The Way TnT to Short ShortShrlft ShortShrlftlfrem Shrift ShriftFicm ShriftFrees
Frees tA the i1m er r T Yn YnSome Ter rk San SanSorao SenS4rnto
Some Democrats who were forgotten forgottenand tor forgottenand otlGD otlGDaa4
and deserved to be forgotten for In Instance Instaace Instance ¬
stance James B Campbell and John J JLontz JLontz JLontz
Lontz are mentioned in Ohio as candi candidates o oandidates ndl ndldatp ¬
dates for the seat of Charles Dick in the theUnttod theUnited theUnited
United States Senate It the Democratic Democraticparty Democrattcprt Democraticparty
party prt sends political poU e l hacks to Washing Washington Vashlngton Vashtngton ¬
ton from those theS States where the oppor opportunity opportunity ¬
tunity has come to It to strengthen the theminority theminority
minority in the Senate It ought to have haveshort havoshort haveshort
short shift at the hands of tho voters votersOanRht votersCaught
Caught In a Trap TrapFrcra Traplem
Frcra the Hutted Times TimesGoveleot TimesGovoloct
Goveleot Foss of Massachusetts will willnow willnow willnow
now proceed to discover how little power powerthe powertho powerthe
the governor of that State roally roolly pos possesses pott1i pen50I503 ¬
sesses 1i and how much remains in the thehands thehands thehands
hands of the board of assistant govern governors gGornors governarc ¬
ors called the governors council councilTried councIlTrice councilTried
Tried to Save S ve the Party PartyFrom Part PartProm PartyFruit
From the Nw York MAil HailCol MAilCol MailCol
Col Roosevelts prestige bears the scars scarsof scarsof
of tho combat but to his everlasting everlastingcredit everlastingcredit
credit let it be said that they were sus sustained sustamed ¬
tamed In an Immensely forceful and re resourceful resoureoful ¬
sourceful effort to rehabilitate his party partyEEMEDY partyRE
REMEDY RE DY FOR POVERTY POVERTYIntelligence POVERTYIntelligence POVERTYIntelligence
Intelligence Purpose of Life and andKnowledge andKnowledge andKnowledge
Knowledge of Responsibility ResponsibilityFran
Fran the Ohio Stats Journal JournalA JournaLA
A speaker at the Fifth Avenue Baptist BaptistChurch BaptistChurch BaptistChurch
Church Bible Class New York is quoted quotedas
as saying sa lng at a recent meeting of the theclass theclass theclass
class that the remedy for poverty lies liesin liesIn liesin
in education oducntion postal savings banks and andbuilding andbuUdlng andbuilding
building and loan associations in which whichremark whichremark whlchremark
remark there Is a great deal ot truth truthThere truthThere truthThere
There are three thing thing that operate operateagainst operateagainst operateagainst
against poverty and an they are Intelligence Intelligencea
a purpose in life and gnda a responsibility responsibilityThere respon responsibilityThere lblUty lblUtyThere
There is no progress progr ss that does not In ¬
volvo 01v6 some form of Beltdenial some plan planthat planthat planthat
that makes a man feel stronger today todaythan toedaythan todaythan
than ho was yesterday That is what whattho whattho whatthe
tho postal bank and the building and loan loanassociation loanassocIation loanassociation
association is supposed to do and very veryoften veryotten veryoften
often does do A man or woman must musthave musthave musthave
have some ambition to get along some something somethIng something ¬
thing that he does for himself and leaves
I a balance some point ahead to gain gainThat salnThat gainThat
That is the remedy r for poverty It is not notdependence notdependence notdependence
dependence or charity or gifts but the thaplanning theplannln theplanning
planning to patronize the postal JO tal or say savings save saveIngs saylags
ings bank or the building and loan It ItIs ItIs
1 is the spirit that gets along In the theworld theworld theworld
world if a person hasnt that that ho is isbad Isbad Isbad
bad off otto
So Idyllic IdyllicLaura IdyliioLAura IdyllfoLaura
Laura Jean Libby LlbbyThere LibbyThere LibbyThere
There are evenings when a sweetheart sweetheartcolls sweetheartcnIls sweetheartculls
culls when he is in no mood for Jests Jestsand jestsand jestsand
and flippant conversation The right rightkind rightkind rightkind
kind of a girl will sit down quietly and andtalk andtalk andtalk
talk with him drawing his thoughts thoughtsaway thoughtsawny thoughtsaway
away by her genial subtle power Into Intoa
a pleasant mood She will even make makehim makehim makehim
him forget his sorrows altogether altogetherSo
So Very Vcr Soft SoftFrarn SoftIinm SoftFrom
From the OtreJand Plain Dealer DealerAn DealerAn DealerAn
An upState New York coUple knelt kneltduring kneltduring kneltduring
i during the marriage ceremony on a pil pillow pillow p11low ¬
low stuffed with love letters Ten thou thousand thousand thousand ¬
sand kisses to say nothing nothln of loving eyes eyesand OOSanddawy eyesand
and anddawy dewy lips and hearts and darts and andmoons andmoons andmoons
moons and spoons must he vory comfort comforting comf comfortlug rt rtIng ¬
j ing to human knees kneesno no matter how cal calloused colTOUJ calhoused ¬
loused TOUJ d
Lesson from the Past PnstFrom Pastom PastProm
From Prom tho t qre e Chicago Tribune TribuneWell TribuneVel1 TribuneWell
Well Vel1 who do you ou think you ou are areasked aret amI
1 asked David unafraid unafraidI
i hI I am the man higher up gruffly rUmy an answered answered ¬
swered Goliath looking contemptuously contemptuousLYd I II
1 j I down d wn upon him himI himut himUt
I But ut David got him I 11
RESTAURANfs RESTAURANfSAND RESTAURANfSANDTHEIR AND ANDTHEIR t tTHEIR
THEIR HISTORY HISTORYP
P Few w people scent em to have traced the theevolution he heevolution e ecvofutiori
evolution of the the French Irnch onch term restau restaurant rosta rostarant restaurtflt ¬
rant in the sixteenth slxteenUt century cent ry the great greatspecialty great8peehilty greatspecialty
specialty of food was a preparation of ofmeat OCmeat Ofmeat
meat cabbage and chicken o lclion chopped cho Ped to together togethEr together ¬
gether mixed with barley and raisins raisinsflavored raisinsttavoretl raisinsflavoreti
flavored with dry rose loaf seasoned with withred withI tithrod
red pepper lJper and cooked in a casserole casseroleThis cnsscrolei casseroleThis
i This French chopsuay was called res restaurant rcaLaurent ¬
I taurant Every very establishment that eoldj eoldjrestaurant io1d io1dreataurantlt soltirestaurant
restaurant flaunted a placard < to that thateffect thatefCect thateffect
effect just betas as In Boston you may meet of ofa ofa ofa
a Saturday night tho th bold sign Baked Bakedbeana Bakedbeans j
beans ana brown bread Thus Thusttre tthe the CUB CU5tom cuetonn j
j torn wa WU kept up until about the end of ofthe oCthe ofthe
the eighteenth eIghteon century restaurants be became becamp becamp ¬
camp the name of the houses where the thedish thedl4h thedielt
dish was wa served servedBefore servedDetore 8evodBefore
Before that period travelers could pro procure procuro procure ¬
cure cooked food at Inns but no accom accommodation RecommGdaUon accomiflOatlon ¬
modation was provided for the citizens citizensof citizensor citizensof
of the town The man who In those thosedays thoeclay thosedays
days clay deserted his own table turned to totavern totanl totayerns
tavern II Here 610 lte lO choice of dishes was waslimited waslimited waslimited
limited wherofor indulgent proprietors proprietorsallowed proprietorsallowed proprietorsallowed
allowed their patrons to cart in roasts roastseookod roastscookutl roastscooked
cooked tyy b a rotlsgeur or ragouts ragoutsbrought ragoutsbrought ragoutebrought
brought In from a traiteur And woo wooto wooto wooto
to the rotlaseur or traiteur who tree trespassed treapu treepassed ¬
passed ed on the province of the other for forspecialties torSpeclalUM forspecialties
specialties usually UBUtlU were patented If Itthe
I the cook who roasted should dare to sell sellhf seJlh sellhis
hf h his roast in the form of hash he was waspromptly waspromptly waspromptly
promptly put in prison prisonAbout prisonAbout prisonAbout
About 17ft 1 17 a merchant of o the name of ofBoulanger otBoulanger ofBaulanger
Boulanger opened an establishment In Inwhich Inwhich inwhich
which one could be served with either eitherroasts eitherr eitherroaSts
roasts r a tli or ragouts besides pastry wines winesand winesand winesand
and liquors Next to follow was the themode themode themode
mode of calling those caterers restau restaurateiirstraiteurs re rostauratevrs4raiteurs tau taurate
rateiirstraiteurs rate ntrtllt urs whiCh title was writ written Vorlttoo writton ¬
ten upon their licenses Uc nsos Among the most moatcelebrated mostcelebrated mostcelebrated
celebrated of o those establishments was
that of Legaque in the Tuilenos where wherethe wherethe wherethe
the notorious members of the Mountain Mountainmet Mountainmet Mountainmet
met nightly Herd IJer Marat St 81 Just JustRobespierre JU8tRobeaplerre JustRobesplerre
Robespierre Lepelletier and other o her pow powerful powolfl powertal ¬
erful leaders of an agitated country pre prepared prepred propared ¬
pared their th lr motions and discussed dlscu sed the theConvention theConventlon theConvention
Convention In those days restaurants restaurantswere rOltaurantswero restaurantswere
were more like political clubs clubsDuring clubsDurtng clubsDuring
During the revolution which ruined the thegrtutest thegrU thegrthtomt
grtutest grU t tlt families of France their famous famouschefs famouschets famousallots
chefs wore set adrift Many of them themopened themopened thornopened
opened restaurants r taurants and the best known knownamong knownamong knownamong
among them perhaps was Beauvllliers Beauvllliersfrom BeauvnUerstrom Beauvllliersfrom
from the th establishment of the Prince do deConde doConde doCondo
Conde He it was who Inaugurated the theservice theservice theervic
service ervic known to this day as a la lacarte lacarte Iacarte
carte One of the most notod spots of ofParto ofParl ofParis
Paris under the empire was the corner cornerwhere conerwhere cornerwhere
where the Cafe Anglais was wa erected erectedHere oroctednre erectedHere
Here was the rendezvous of dramatists dramatistsauthors dramatistsAUthOre dramatistsauthori
authors and the th most brilliant society societyleaders socIetyleaders societyleaders
leaders under the second empire and the theflrst thetlrat thedrt
flrst years of the present republic This Thiscafe Thiseats i icafft
cafe was to have been torn down last lastspring lastspring lastspring
spring but sentiment prevailed against againstHousmannic ngainstHon againstHousmannic
Housmannic Hon mannJc ideals of civic beauty beautyThe beautyTbe beautyThe
The founder of the Cafe ear Anglais Del Delhomme Delhomme Delhomnr
homme was a fine ne connoisseur connol cur of wines winesCovering winesCovering winesCovering
Covering the tour walls of his cellar were woreiron werelronplgeonbolos wereiron
iron lronplgeonbolos pigeonholes containing wines of ofall otan ofall
all colors countries C untrles and epochs and ar arranged are areransed at atranged ¬
ranged to a perfect system of his own ownCenturyold ownCenturyok ownCenturyold
Centuryold cognac from the cellars ofj ofjBanas of ofBarras ofBarras
Barras of Luxembourg and the wines of ofConstance otCon ofConstance
Constance Con taace that were to have been served servedto servedt servedto
to Marie Antoinette Ant AntoInettebottles lnettebottles bottles with the theroyal theroyal theroyal
royal seal 1 affixed amxedwero were among the choice choloabrands cholcobrancb choicebrands
brands of Delhommes Do1hotnme collection collectionAt collectlonAt collectionAt
At one of his celebrated banquets 4n 4nvitatkms 4nvittkrne n nvtttlons
vitatkms to which were as much coveted covetedas covetedpruentatioDS
as presentations at court are nowadays nowadaysDelhomme nowftdaysDelhommo nowadaysDeihomme
Delhomme addressed his guests as fol follows folIowa to tolows ¬
lows Messieurs ycu are about to par partake partake partake ¬
take of a soup that is absolutely new newand newand newand
and specially prepared for you ou Sud Suddenly Suddenly Buddenly ¬
denly a door opened and the maltro maltrodhote mal maldhotel maitrodhotel
dhotel entered flanked by three waiters waitersin waltersIn waitersIn
in evening dress The first carried carrl d an anenormous aneBOnJlOUS anenormous
enormous silver soup tureen tho second seconda secondIIIlvor
a silver platter on which whl hroposod reposed the theladle theladle theladle
ladle and the third carried a silver silverbasket sllerb silverbasket
basket b of golden brown rolls Hot plates platestilled plateswere plateswere
were substituted for the cOld onosand onosandftUed ones and andfiled
tilled by the grandly ceremonious maitre maltrewith mo1trewith maitrewith
with the now creation Besides the in inevitable Inovttable Inovitable ¬
evitable gurgling of the Frenchmen Frenchmenwhen Frenchmewb Frenchmedwhen
when wb n eating soup nothing was heard for fora fora fora
a moment but the clinking of spoons spoonsand spoonsand poonsand
and sighs of satisfaction Suddenly a aRussian aRuulan aRuesln
Russian prince shrieked colossal There Thereupon Thoraupon Thereupon ¬
upon these firstnighters clamored for forthe folthe forthe
the author Duglere the head cook cookwas cookwall cookwas
was pushed in and deluged with praise praiseThe praIseThe praiseThe
The name of the chef ahe doeuvre was wasgermlny wasgermJn wasgerminy
germlny Why Yh germiny some one oneasked oneked oneasked
I asked ked I call It germiny replied Du Dugtere Duglere flugisre
gtere because that is the name of the theformer theformer theformer
II
former governor of the Bank of France Franceand Franceand Franceand
and one of our oldest patrons patronsNo p patronsNo trons tronsNo
i
No greater fame could befall b fllU the finan financier financier financier ¬
I cier than to have hfv a soup perpetuate his hisname hisname hisname
I name And I may add that both Dumas Dumasfits Dumasfils Dumanfile
fits and Alfred de MusseL attended this thisdebut thisdebut thisdebut
debut of germlny germlnyThe germtnyThe gorruinyTh
The Th Lpperouse p43tOuse on the Quay Qua St Augus AugusUne AugusUa6 Augustine
tine Ua6 c Cme me e Into international prominence prominencesome prominencesorne prominencesome
some < en years ago by its being the scene sceneOf sceneor sceneor
or a mysterious disappearance A finan financier financler financior ¬
cier named Boulaine had been arrested arrestedfor arrestedtor arrestedfor
for a swindle involving a million nl1llon During Duringhis Duringhis Duringhis
1 his trfal tral he was escorted dally dal1yrom from the theprison theprison theprisoti
I prison to the court by b a strong guard guardOn guardOn guardOn
i On their return elurn from court Boulaine BoulaineJoined Boulalnejoined Boulainejoined
Joined by his guards usually visited visitedLaperouso vIsitedLaperouse visitedLaperouso
i Laperouso for a midday dinner In which whichall whichaU whichall
I iI all the delicacies of the menu were wereserved wereserved wereserved
served accompanied by rare old wines winesAfter wInesAttora winesAfter
After Attora a few days d s of Laperouse dinners dinnersthe dinnersthe dinnersthe
the careful guardianship relaxed until untilBoulaine untilBoulalne untilBoulaine
Boulaine completely had won their confi confidence confidenc6 confidence ¬
dence Finally during an exceptional exceptionalfeast exceptionaltoast exceptionalfeast
I feast special atontlon having been paid paidto patdto paIdto
to the wino list and amid the laughter
occasioned by the latest boulevard story storyBouiaine stor storBouialne storyBoulaine
Bouiaine excused himself for a moment momentd
d moment that has lasted up to today todayNot todayNot todayNot
Not many man years ago when the late lateI lateKing lateICing
I King Edward with a few intimate intimatefriends IntlmatfriendS intimatefriends
friends was dining at the Voisin wgose wgoseultraepicurean w wose woseultraepicurean ose oseultraeplcurean
ultraepicurean cuisine is the joy of per perfeet pertoct perfeet
feet gourmands that diminutive bit of a aplace aplace aplace
place In the Hue Cambon he was so sostruck sostruck sostruck
struck by the esotericlsm esoterlclsmQt of the cuisine cuisinethat cuisinethat cuisinethat
that he 1t t once engaged the chef hef and took tookhim tookhim tookhim
him to Buckingham Paiace
There are more than 2000 restAurant In InParis InParis inParis
Paris today This does not Include Includecafes Includeoafes includecafes
cafes the brasseries whoso specialty is isbeer 15beer Isbeer
beer and where one can order onion soup soupham sOUPham soupham
ham or sauerkraut nor the creameries creamerieswhore croamerleswhore creamerieswhere
whore one can have a little dairy lurch lurchThe lUfChThe lurchThe
The popular bouillon restaurants where wheresoup whersoup wheresoup
soup is E cents meats from 12 to 15 cents centsa centsplate
a plate and a small bottle of wine 8 8cents 8conts Scosts
cents were started in 1SS by a butcher butchernamed butchernamed butchernomad
named Duval There are twenty of these thesain theseIn thesein
in Paris and all are aredoing doing well wellThe wellTho wellTire
The restaurants alone buy 42000 sheep a aweek aweek aweek
week In the Halles central market Let Letthis Letthis Letthis
this one Item suffice to show the enor enormous enormous enormoss ¬
mous amount of food consumed There Thereis rhcreIs rhereis
is one form of catering to the public that thatIB thatIs thatis
Is perhaps peculiar to Paris that Is the thelittle thelItU thelittle
little lItU shops In the poorer quarters which whichserve whichserve whichserve
serve the workingmen but there is no noaccommodation noaccommodation noaccommodation
accommodation for them to t eat there thereThe thereThe thereThe
The man brings his own plate and buys buysa
a hot moat with a vegetable for 8 cents centsHe centsHe centsHe
He then stops at the bakers and gets getsconts
2 cents worth of broad The wine shop shopis shopIs shopi
is i visited next Here a small bottle is isobtained Isobtained Isobtained
obtained for 5 cents Fifteen cents has hasbought hasbought
bought him a nourishing lunch which is iseaten Iseaten Iseaten I
eaten in company with with his fellowwork fellowworkmen ¬
men who of course have bought their theirmeal theirmen theirmeal
meal In the same manner mannerOopgrlgbt FLANEUR FLANEURCowrlEbt FL EUn EUnOopJrlitl1t
CowrlEbt 1910 by ilcdure Newspaper NeT per Syndicate SyndicateWhich Srndlcatebleh SaIIeataWhich
SrndlcateI I
Which bleh Nobody Nahoe1 Can Deny DenyFrom DenyIrrPm DenyYnra
From Youths Companion CompanionAunt CAlmvanlonAuftt CeminkmAunt
Aunt Jane Smith who without any In Intellectual intel1ectunl inteliectunl ¬
tellectual equipment to boast of was ex exceedingly excoeitlngly cxceedlagly ¬
ceedingly fond of moralizing over the theaspects the theaspects theaspects
aspects in which life presents pregents Itself was wascalling wasca1Ung wascalling
calling on a neighbor who was conva convalescing comalasclng convalescing ¬
lescing from a severe severe illness IlJnessWeU illnessIVell v vWell
Well said Aunt Jane Til ru tell you youwhat YOUwbat youwhat
what it Is When we dont feel very verygood verygood verygood
good then wo think we wero re pretty bad off offbut offbut offbut
but when we get worse wor r then we wish we wewas wewas
was as well as we wew wfis s when wbe we thoug thought thoughts t tbadoifl
s bad badoifl oft 4
AT TFiEHOTELS TFiEHOTELSNikola THE THiH HOTELS HOTELSNikola TELS TELSNlkOla1auma
I Icommissioner
Nikola NlkOla1auma Kaurpanns imperial perJal German Germanscommissioner Germancommissioner
commissioner for agriculture to the theUnited theUnited rt rtUnited
United Stales who is attending in a nono nonoofficial non nonomclal nonomcial
official capacity the convention of the theAssociation theAssocIation theAssociation
Association of State Universities and Ex Experimental Expetlmentnl ¬ f fperimental
perimental Stations upon the invitation fnvJtauon ofi ofiits ot otIts otits
its president Is at the Shoreham Mr MrKaumanns Mrl MrKaumanns
Kaumanns l aumanns has ben b bqn en a resident of this thiscountry thiacountry f fcountry
country for five years and has mode modeAmerican madeAmerican rnadbAmerican
American agriculture a special studjL studjLand 8tud 8tudand atudand
and he Is regarded by many agricultural agriculturalauthorities agriculturalauthorIties 1 j jQuthorftles
authorities as one of the greatest exports exportsin oCper oCperIn expcrtin
in his line lineA f fA t I IA
A number of delegates were last night nlghttIn nightin
in the lobby of the the Shoreham discussing discussingthe dIscussing discuasi discuasithe I Ithe
the question of meat and meat supply supplyand suppltand uppl uppland
and they asked Mr Kaumanns about aboutthe aboutthe aboutthe
the German meat question Mr Kant Kaamanna Ia Iamanns Kantmanna
manna said The favorable position ot otGermany of ofGermany t tGermany
Germany with regard to the meat suppl supplyfor supplfor supplfor
for its inhabitants in spite of the rapijj rapijjincrease rapi rapiincrease
increase in population and the high prlee prleefor pr1ee9 prieefor
for meats is shown by 1 y the fact that the theconsumption thfconsurrptlon theconsunrption
consumption per capita is 108 pounds poundsthIs poundsthe Ojk OjkthJs
thIs all except 2 per cent is raised rnJ raisedhome ed iff iffhome t thome
home With the rapid increase in caift caiftsatisfy ca cabreeding catIfbreeding > >
breeding Germany will noon be a1 ab3 fQ fQmUsty fiIsatisfy
satisfy the demand of o the home rojrkat rojrkatIn ItrketIn rket rketIn
In Germany German continued Her Here Kau Kaumanns Kaumanns Kaumanna ¬
manns We do not believe It Is I noses necessary ne nosesnary es essary ¬
sary to consume consumeas JBS as much 1 ch meat mea as the theAmerican theAmerican I IAmerican
American people do We W are of jthe iie opt option aplfIon opirion ¬
ion that the use of much moat la i s more moreor moreor sporeor
or less harmful for theoretical Jnd nd jwa jwatlcal Hatical pratical
tical people Neverthleas we are ar In thtnt thtntplace tblrIpJace thiriplace
place today as meat consumer consu lcf4 and in ina I Ifew ina
a few years will pass into second see aecq d place placewhich placewhich placewhich
which is now held by England Englandcrease Enb1andWe EngiandWee
We In Germjiny credit much Pfthe pf the tn tncrease increase
crease in our cattle CAtt1 Industry to the t splen splendid splendid splepdid ¬
did laws against the spreading cf f all dig diseases dlaens digeases ¬
eases ens and epidemics that domestic ani animals animals anlmale ¬
mals are heir to We endeavor U tc prevent preventdiseases prcventdiseases preventdiseases
diseases rather than wait until it exists existsand existsand eietsand
and then fight It It Statistics shofa Ih that Ota Otaproduction thoproduction theproduction
production of bread and food Stuffs In Cog Germany Gorman Cogmany ¬
many man has kept up with the focroase ncroaile In Jnpopulation Inpopulation Inpopulation
population Even It yen tho Imports Im ort1t with the
exception of the years whon when1 there was wasa Wasa
a a failure of crops show that Germanys Germany1dependence G8tmanrsdcponlence Germanysdependence
dependence on foreign countries aount e5 has by byno byno byno
no means increased Judging from our ourprogress ourprogrelS outprogress
progress in the th past years w We believe b Uce wa wawill W Ww11l wewill
will become more and more independent independentof IndJ ndentf ndentfof
of foreign grain in the neat nea future by byraising byraising byraisIng
raising all of our rye oats neaz and barley barleyThe barl barlThe barleyThe
The diminishing importation huportat on of corn cornproves corn cornproves cornproves
proves clearly our progress progr progrep in raising raisingfood raJslngfood rsingfood
food stuffs Your American farmers armers seem seemto seemto seemto
to have learned that the farmers f frrners mers nasa associations IUSOelations nasaciations ¬
ciations have been and stiUV are of great greatvalue gJ greatvalue t tv
value v lue to Germany You 4re re gradually graduallystrengthening gradu graduallystrengthening Iy Iyatrencthenlrtg
strengthening and enlarging enlargl g your scale societies 2001eties scaleties ¬
ties but you ou are just beginning beg nlng for to today teda today ¬
day da the middle man receives rccejves too large largea
a share of your rightful profit profitHerr JtofitHerr ProfitHerr
Herr Kaumanns said th iliat t the Ameri American American Amencan ¬
can meat mea t supply does not keep abreast abreastwith abreagwith abreastwith
with the growing population polUlat no on which ac accounted ao aocounted accounted ¬
counted partially for th high cost of ofliving atUlng ofliving
living UlngArohblshop livingArchbishop f fArohblshop
I
Arohblshop Ireland IrelnndOf of St at t PAul Minn MinnIs MlnnIs Minnis
Is at the Arlington ArlingtonAmerican ArlingtonAmerican r rAmerican
American architecture archtteotrels js more Or less lessan ItI ItIan lersan
an imitation of French afi aha i other style stylesold stYlesaid stylensaid
said Albert EUel an architect of Stutt Stuttgart Stuttgart Stuttgart ¬
gart Germany who la I I making a study studytour stud1tour studytour
tour of the United States Sta Statp and 10 1 at th thNew tl1New the theNew
New Wlllard WlllardI
I must admit that I have Iave seen some somevery someery somevery
very ery attractive building in Chicago and andother andother andother
other places said Mr MriElteJ EUel but but as a ageneral altellral ageneral
general rule the American architect is te tea t ta toa
a certain extent a copyist OO yI5t and not an anoriginator aftoriginator anoriginator
originator of exterior styles There Is Isnothing I Inothing isnothing
nothing modern about about yo your r American Americanbuildings Amerhenbuildings Jnerfean JnerfeanbuUdlng
buildings as may be fdund With German Germanarchitecture lrt Gernanarchitecture rman rmanarchitecture
architecture Of cours course this is my per personal versonal pernonal ¬
sonal view Iew and only Applies to the ex exterior exterior cxtenor ¬
terior appearance of buildings buildingsThe beffldIngeThe I IThe
The interior arrangements arran ments of your yoursuperior yourbulJdlngs yourbuildings
buildings continued 1j1err lerr Eitel JhIt Is ta far farsuperior farsuperior
superior to our style stJo stylq Everything in inAmerican InAmerican InAmerican
American buildings irf I so practical and andartistic andartistic andartistic
artistic effect Is not af a all neglected nesleott4 neglecL We Wecan W Wecan e eCRn
can learn many thingj thing from your Amen Amerlcan Amerscan Amencan
can architect tuohlto ti so tIer r as the UteAh thelnterisr thelnterisrconstruction interior interiorconstruction tertef tertefconstructlon
construction of buildings Is concerned concernedAnother colloernedAnother concernedAnother
Another wonderful HUng in American Americanbuilding Americanbuilding
building is the businesslike bUliln Uke and rapid wa waIn way my
in which buildings ar erected America Americais
is far ahead of Eurpe in this respect respectand respectand respectand
and in many man others othersSkyscrapers othersSkyscrapers J
Skyscrapers are nt ntt the ti rule In Ger Germany German Carmany ¬
many man and thereforeiron therefore therefore1 Iron skeletons for forbuildings t forbuildings r rbuildings
buildings arc not in use The building buildingregulations buildingregulations buildingregulations
regulations permit onfcy o Oiy y a certain height heightin
in buildings which ts much below the theAmerican tileAmerlean theAmerican
American standard standardSir standard1r etandardj etandardjMr WhlCUS
Sir 1r R n I de Lima e jkllva Sl1vl1 the counselor counselorand counselorand counselorand
and charge daffalrs bf rf the Brlzallon n Bm Bmbassy Bmbassy Bmbassy
bassy and Mrs frs de fLima Lima ma and Mme da daCorarrublas deCorarrublas daCorarnubias
Corarrublas of tho Mexican oxIoan Legation atlon In InLondon InLondon InLondon
London mother of Mrs rs de Lima Lima are at atthe atthe atthe
the Shoreham ShorohamThe ShoreharnThe
U l lThe
The people p ople of Sa SFranc1sco Sai Francisco accord accordIng aacordIng accordlag
Ing to Frank S StHfcsof SUI s ot San FrancIsco Franclsaewho Eranolsoowho FrancIscowho
who is i at the Raleigh nalel Raielh h are more devoted devotedto
to amusement than any other community
in America AmericaSan AmericaSan AmericaSan
San Francisco j said Mr Stiles is isalso IsaJ50 Isalso
also a city noted for or its enterprise on energy onerg onergr ¬
erg and orlglnalify in a business way
It la i unique among American cities In Inthat Intlat inthat
that it will euppdrt sup amag rt grand opera con continuously contlnuously eontinuously ¬
tinuously Its individuality Ind Iduallt is further ex expressed expressed cxpressed ¬
pressed In the Innumerable 11numerable quaint res restaurants restaurants rectaurants ¬
taurants of it I foreign ftreign quarters where whereartists whereartists whereartists
artists musicians muslclnnsL and other bohemians bohemlansresort bohemiansreaort bohemianasresort
resort and wher wher4 one can get the most mostdelicious mostdelicious mostdelicious
delicious things at at prices that seem as astonishingly a atonlshlogly ustonishingly ¬
tonishingly low tf tc tt the average American AmericanEvery AmerIcanEery AmericanEvery
Every big restaurant and every big ho hotel hOe hOetel hotel ¬
tel feels under Obligation to provide Its Itspatrons Itspatrons itspatrons
patrons with tholm0st tho most lavish features of ofamusements otamusements ofamusements
amusements anft an anj the San Franciscan Franciscanwho Franol8C1nwho Pranoiscanwho
who sits down to tolsupper supper and does not see seea seebeautiful seea
a beautiful Spanish dance hear a trio of ofgrand otTnnd ofgrand
grand opera singers sln ers and enjoy a lot of ofclever oCclever ofclever
clever comedy feels feels eels that he has been beenrnhVinI baenrobbed beenrobbed
rnhVinI robbed I
San Franolsco has over 60000 hotel hotelrooms hotelrooms hotelrooms
rooms of the mist st modern character All Allhave Allhave AUhave
have been conatruoted cons uoted since the fire and andall andall andall
all possess with 14rth Uh varying degree of ofluxury otluxuT ofluxury
luxury the thfl th most m st advanced Ideas of an anage anage anage
age which m mkes kes a science of catering cateringto
to creature comforts There is no city In Inthe Inthe inthe
the world which 111th In proportion to its size sizehas slzclas sizehas
has las so many jand nd such good accommoda accommodations accommodations accoinmodations ¬
tions for handling immense throngs of ofpeople otpeople ofpeople
people One should bear in mind that thatIn thatIn thatIn
In addition to the 60000 firstclass hotel hotelrooms hotelrooms hotelrooms
rooms mentioned there are more than the theusual th8usual theusual
usual auxiliary accommodations in lodg lodging lodgIng lodging ¬
ing houses abd private residences not to tomention tomention tomention
mention the th s excellent equipment of the thelarge thelarge thelarge
large and flourishing t flpurIshing urlehlng cities of Oakland OaklandAlameda OaklandAlam OaklandAlamt1e
Alameda Alam a and nd Berkeley across the bay baywhich bfLwhich baywhich
which In ttit Ui Immediate future will prob probably probeably probably ¬
ably cunlteJwlth unite Jwith the metropolis of the theState theStats h8 h8StntlS
State Jotocni to form the Greater San Fran Franclsco Franclscqi Francise
clsco clscoB clscqi clscqiR cise j jB
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B presenlatlve tncs res n native Uve McKlnloy of California Californiawho Ca11tomawhiit Californiawhds
who whiit whds was s Defeated defeated for renomination InthqSepte In Inth J Jth
th thqSepte Septeihber hber primaries by William WilliamKen WllUamK WilliamInsugerrt
Ken K t t Inautgent Insufgent is In Washington Mr MrMeJCInlay MrrgKlnln MrMiiKinlay
MeJCInlay rgKlnln Js 5 one thie ne of the Cannon leaders leadersHe leadersH leadersH
He H tells rfome ome awful stories about bout the thegoingson thegolngson thegoingson
goingson of the insurgents In Call California C Callfornia U Ufornla ¬
fornia fornla
f The Fussy Fu Man HanFrom ManFrom ManItom
From the JCpw pw Tort Times TimesEvery TimesEvery TimesEvery
Every one smo ne knows one or more of thoio thoioconsclenfious th tholooonsc1en1ous o oconscientious
conscientious egotist who cannot cannbt carn9t rid ridthemselves ridthemselves ridthemselves
themselves of the idea that no one on on can canbe o eanbe n nbe
be trusted to carry out the simplest de details details tietails ¬
tails of ofrouUne routine work without their per personal personal perserial ¬
sonal supervision One of these mn mnsailed tJ1ensailed incasailed
sailed for Europe leaving In his brothers brptherscare brotberscare brotherscare
care a parrot of which he was very v6tYt veryfond veryfondAU fond fondAll nd ndAU
AU the way across the Atlantic he wor worried worried worried ¬
ried about the bird and no sooner had hadhe hadho hadhe
he landed than he sent this cablegram cablegramAo cablegramAohis cablegrarntohis to tohis
his brother brotherBe brotbcruDe brother13o
uDe Be sure and feed the parrot parrotAnd pnrz1tAtu1 parrotAnd
And the brother cabled c blod baqk baqkHave baQkHave backHave
Have fed him but buthes butlies hes hungry again againWhat agl1lnat againWhat
What at shall I do next nextRich l t t1l
1l 1lRich ii1 ii1Rich
Rich English Editor EditorFrcm p pFtan >
Fran the Cincinnati Cincin U Ttoes TfmesStar TfmesStarA Ur UrA
A London editor has been ordered orde ordeed1n e4ilr inl inlprisoned j jprlsoncd Fprisoned
prisoned untu unt his fine of 1000 1000 InflleEed InflleEedby tntU infliidby t d dby
by the High Higt Court curt has been paid paldW1n paldW1nAmerIca paidinAmerica In InAmerica
America this hls might mlg t be b galled aled the limit of ofpunishment o opunishment ofpunishment
punishment Mighty few W editors have haVeVOOO
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