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The Te Navy General Store StoreThere StoreThere StoreThere
There is no D question queton that thp th new newgeneral newgoneral newgeneral
general store which has hl been established establishedat ctabUsho
at the Washington aangtn Navy Yard YAr In an anexperimental aneporlmontl anexperimental
eporlmontl experimental way w and slmllhr sJmltr stores storeswhich store storewhich storeawhich
which arc likely lkel to be ostabitihed ostabUlhe at atother atother atother
other navy naT yards yad will b be of benefit beneft to totho totho toth
tho th officers ofcer of the navy n and Marine arlno Corps Corpsand Corpsand Corpsand
and their families tamU and the enlisted enlited men menIt monoI monIt
It I is the same sort lort of establishment establishmentwhich etablsbment etablsbmentwhich establishmontwhich
which the te Army Ary Commissary Commisary Department Departmenthas Deprtment Deprtmentba
ba has had hd In J operation oltUen at military mUtry garri garrisons garriSons rrl rrlBOn ¬
BOn sons and nd in the principal prnolpl cities cte for the thebenefit theblneft th thbeneflt
benefit blneft ot members mb of the military mUty estab establishment etablishment tb tbUshment ¬
lishment and an tholr tor families tantte Doubtl Doubtlall Doubt Doubtleee Doubtleeeall
all precautions preeautQU are taken tken to restrict rtlct the thobenefit thebne thebeneglt
benefit bne t to t those thO for whom who the te stores ltro are areoperated areoprate areoperated S
operated operatedThere oprate
There is no special ell reason reMn why wb there thereshould thereshould thereshould
should be b interference Intfferte with wtC any an scheme schemewhich Ihem Ihemhlch mitemowhich
which hlch permits certain c ttln people to exist at atless atles atless
pnis ctain ppe elt
les less cost ot t than the te prevailing prtvtng rate rte of ofliving oflvlnr oflivinE
living lvlnr which to most Qt families tmlM is a agrievance agievne agrIevance
grievance gievne and a hardship hrhlp At the Ue same sametime ametme sametime
time tme It the government govement is I going goln to do dothis dothis o othis
this sort 8rt of thing thin for the te benefit et of Ute Utearmy t thearmy
army and an navy and a Marino arin Corps Crp offi officers of7 of7cen 0111cers ¬
cers why should shoul it I not nt as well wel do I it for forthe trthe forthe
the civilian cvln CPIOlM employes of cf the government governmentin go govdrnmpntin rmft rmftIn
in Washington WashingtonThese Waalngto WaalngtoThes WashingtonThese
These Thes stores are ae operated opte under the theWar theWar theWar
War and an Navy Nav departments dcrtt with 1t such suehfacilities suchfacillUes ue
facilities factUe as a they the command emmn Looking LoklnS at atthe atthe atthe
the question queton from fm that tat point pint of view it itis ItIs Itis
is seen Bn that this th would ould be b a positive positivedetriment plve plvedetiment positivedetriment
detriment detiment to the tb business bunH interests Inlret of ofany ofany ofany
any city elt where Ibere such su a store aoe is 1 located locatedIt loate locatedIt
It would be b an interference ttrfeenc with wit private privatebusiness prlVte prlVtebualnO privatebusiness
business bualnO on the th part p of the government governmentand govenmet
and is I a species spel of paternalism pternali that will willextinguish w1 willextinguish
extinguish extnguis legitimate lesmte business bsne enterprise enterpriseand enterl enterpriseand
and discourage d urp the investment Invetent of capital capitalrThe optl oap4t1The
rThe The fact t < t that tht these t army and navy navystores naystore navystores
stores store are ae limited lmie In their ter operation oprtin to toa toa toa
a very ery restricted rstrle class et of beneficiaries bnefefe is isbeside labside Isbeside
beside bside the question quetUon From Pr the standpoint standpointof andpat andpatof
of the civilian evlan who wh pays py the th taxes tax And Andthe andthe d dthe
the civilian lvJla clerk cerk who wh helps he to t run the thegovernment thogoverent thegovernment
government goverent there is I no n special I reason reasonwhy r85 reasonwhy n nwhy
why army amy and navy officers eO should lhl Have Havethe havethe
the exceptional eeptonl advantage adva of buying blylS their theirfood tMr tMrfo theirfood
food fo and household articles arUI at t a favored favoredrate fyre favoredrate
rate It is i using lnS the machinery 1clnef ur efgovernment f the thegovernment th
government lvernmtnt in a direction dlUOf which whlb la I not netnecessary notneH notnecessary
necessary neH or Just jusLThe just S
The only excuse exe for to the Ue establishment establishmentor etaIhet etaIhetor
or such stories trt Is I ta U the lack of or other tha means meansof men menor meansof
of provision prvllon and An In such ac cases C the gay govment go gayment v vment
ment ordinarily OlnarUy looks lo after ator its It people peopleadequately PiPle PiPleadeutely peopleadequately
adequately adequatelyWoodrow adeutely adeutelyWorw adequatelyWoodrow
Woodrow Worw Wilson WUn says rs that tat he stands standsfor staas staasfor standsfor
for pUIlM ptlH iMMMtjr Jqbllt ag far as a public publicbusiness DbUc DbUcbUAlne publ publbuineg
business bUAlne ie J s concerned cn eoncit ned If I the th pobllo pbla bust business bl blnea bustness ¬
nea ness Is I ran nn right 1bt publicity pblcit need nea not be a amatter amatter amatter
matter for fe pity pitylabor pityS
pty ptyLabor
S labor of Children ChildrenNothing Ohidren OhidrenNothng ChildrenNothing
Nothing Nothng speaks sk more nro loudly or ale eloquently 0 alequently ¬
quently quety in the th cause c e at f higher olvllhsa olvllhsation olvfb olvilizaHon
Hon than tn the te way W in which the children childrenof ohldren ohldrenor ohldre ohldreof
of the nation nti are a safeguarded sfeguane from op oppression Ope OpepHlon oppresslon
pression pHlon and Injustice InJuatce In this ti country countrythere countrytere countrythere
there tere is 1 already ld a healthy helthy sentiment sentimentagainst sentment sentmentaglnt sentimentagainst
against aglnt child cid labor lbr although 8though as a we wehave wehave wehave
have seen ieA from fr the results I uls of export eort In Investigations InvuUpttn Investigatless ¬
vestigations vuUpttn and a from fom statements utatem t made madein mde mdeIn madeIn
in Congress Co r the th laws designed d lgo U t to > prevent preventyoungsters prevontyoungt preventyoungsters
youngsters youngt from trn 1mm working wrking In factories factrie are aremore aremore aremore
more honored honoe in the th breach broch than In the theobservance theoberM thebervance
observance observancePeculiar oberM bervancePeculiar
Peculiar Peular point pnt is lent to this subject iubjet by bya byreeft byft
a recent reeft bulletin uleUn isauod 10 by the United UnitedStates Unlcd UnlcdStte UnitedStates
States Stte Bureau reu of Labor 1br dealing delng with withchild wih wihc withchild
child c ld labor la1r in Europe Europ We are apt to tothink tothink
think that reform re along these Uee lines Ino has hasmade bs bsmade hasmade
made some amo progress prs8 since sine the to time tmo when whanCharles who whenCharles
Charles Charle Dickens DICk s so J eloquently eouenty oqusntly raised raie his hisvoice hi hisvoiCe
voice In behalf bol of the little lte ones ol and andscathed andsathe andscathed
scathed sathe the English ngls saglIsh laws laws which whichat whIchat whichat
at that tht time tbe forbade tobade X children chldron un under under tinder ¬
der twelve twoh yers ydsrs of ofX ofage age ag from work working workIng workIng ¬
ing in factories fctorl moro than tn ten tenhours tenhour tenhours
hours hour a a day But Dtt recent Investigations Investigationsshow InV0tsaUons InV0tsaUonsshow Investigationsshow
show that tha much muh remains to be done for forthe forthe forthe
the emancipation emacpton of o children c1ldren In Austria Austriafor Austriator Austriafor
for instance Instanoe children chilren not yet sIx years yearsold yearsold
old were wer found fon working not for wages wagesbut waSO wagesbut
but for mere scrape p of broken food to anl anlras nn nnr an1rags
rags r of clothing coUtng In Belgium chilli chls chil labor laboris Inbor InborI
I is not paid pId at all al the nearest nearat approach approachto
to reward rewAr for to work wor coming to the most mostagile mot motacle moat moatagile
agile acle among amon1 the te youngsters youncstor prizes be being beIng beIng ¬
ing given o to the te ones that can disappear disappearthe disapper disapperthe disappearthe
the quickest qulckOt when wht the inspector comes comesaround comesaround
around arund In Germany the socalled socaled Sac factory Sactory ac actory ¬
tory law has merely succeeded In driv driving drivIng drlilag ¬
ing the child cld laborer Jabro from the factory to tothe tote tothe
the te sweatshop sethop and the home home Nowharjj Nowharjjin Nowhof9hi Nowher NowherIn
in hi Europe Eurpe is I there th any an adequate adeuate In Inspection Inspoton inspoction ¬
S spection spoton regarding regding child etd htld labor and it itIB i itS itpointed
IB pointed plnto out that tht in Belgium it I would wouldtake wouldtake wouldtake
take the present praont corps crps of inspectors Inspeotrs fifty fiftynine ffty fftynino fiftynine
nine years y r to visit lt the factories tnctorletho they are aresupposed aresuppsed aresupposed
supposed suppsed to supervise sporvlse When hen the vio violators violators yb yblators ¬
lators of such a laws la11 as exist eist aro caught caughtthe oaught caughtS
S the penalty pna1ty is so s light lght that tat the te employers employersfind employersfind
find fnd it profitable Pfoftabo to tQde defy the te law Ifw and pay paythe paythe
the fine fineBack
fne fneBck S SBack
Back Bck of these the European lropen nropcan laws there toro Is I a aweak awok aweak
weak wok and Inefficient Ineflcnt public pUllc sentiment sentimentBefore sontm sontlmOntBefore nt
Before there toro can cn be any adequate protoc protection protocton protoctinn ¬
tion ton for the te children chidren it i Is I necessary that thati
i
the public pubJc consclisnce cQuscl ncG be aroused aroused an al aro1 aro1stimulatedmade l lstlmulatedmade lstImulatedmade
stImulatedmade to see the horror and andthe nndthe andthe
the crime of ofsUQh suoh A system systemAnd s system systemAnd stem stem4nd
And from conditions condtonl as they exist eIst to today today today ¬
day in European countries surely S1oJy we In Inthis Inthi inthis
this thi country may maytake take a warning arning Where Tliemla WhereIs her4 her4Is
Is not wanting a vast n5t and authentic luthenUa lit literature It Iteratureshowlnp literature ¬
erature eratureshowlnp showing In detail detai how In many manyStates manyStates manYStates
States children clldre1 oi tender tend r years are put to towork towork towork
work in l factories tnotorJ s In cotton coto mills iUI shoe shoefaotorles shoefaotorle lioe lioefautorbes
faotorles faotorle and other dther industries Industrfs deprived deprivedof
of home life Uo schooling opportunity opportunitymade opportunItymade opportunitymade
made aged before their time knowing knoln no noglory noglory noglory
glory of youth outh or childhood doomed doomedfrom doomedfrom
from the beginning to fill fU early graves gravesWe gaves graveLWe
We believe there is hardly a n sociolog sociological sociologIcl sociologlent ¬
lent Icl subject of more vital vitl importanca to toAmerican toAmorlcan toAznorboan
American Ideals and American clvillra clvillratlpn clvUbat civillzati
tlpn t ti m n than this one of child chid labor It I Is Isso Isso isso
so important to the welfare welaresplrltuaJ welaresplrltuaJas welfarespiritual welfarespiritualas spiritual spiritualas
as well as materlalt material of our common commonwealth ommon ommonwo1h commonwealth ¬
wealth wo1h that every manly man and every everyhonest everyhonest
honest woman should use their infiu Infu Infuonce Influonce
once not only to secure laws protecting protectingthe protectng protectngthe protectingthe
the children chidrn but should s ould see too that thatsuch thatsuch thatsuch
such laws are enforced enforcedA cptorcedX
X scientist scentIst asserts aserts that a a bumblebleo bumblebleocan
I can pull ate 3 times its Is own weight weight The Theaverage ThQI Theavorag
I average American Amercan politician poltcian Is s no bum bumblebee bumblebee bumblabee ¬
blebee blebeehe blebee blebeethe blabeeThe
The he Author Auth Authrof rof of uWar War and Peace Peacetiihe Peacee
the
tiihe e church refuses to lift Its It ban upon uponTolstoi uponTolstol uponToletol
Tolstoi even after ater death deat the philosopher philosopherhaving phlosphor phlosphorhavIng philosopherhaving
having havIng declined to admit admi a n priest to his hisdeath hisdeath hisdeath
death bed be thus demonstrating domonstratng that ho hohad 10 10ha hehad
had ha no desire dolre for a n reconciliation reconcUfton with withthe wit withthe
the holy synod Tho ecclesiastical eleslfsUcal au authorities authoriUe authoritias ¬
thorities thoriUe deolare vtlmt that this last latnct act of ofanimosity ofanlmosi ofanimosity
animosity anlmosi renders renders a n religious relgious ceremony caremonyat caemony caemonyat
at the 1he reformers retorors funeral impossible impossibleStill impossibleStill
Still Sti there may be a loophole for the thoGreek Ue UeGreek theGreek
Greek Church to officiate ofciate and pray for forthe fQrI forthe
I the repose repO of hi soul soulThe aul aulThe soulThe
The count recently recent paid pad a n visit to his hissiatsr hisSItlr hissister
sister who is a f nun in 11 a a convent and andthis and andthis andthis
this stop is to bo b construed cnstr d as 1S a tend tendency tendono tendoncy ¬
ency ono on his part to return to the mother motherchurch motherohurc motherchurch
church ohurc As J the people pople clamor for a rec reconciliation reconclton roeoncillation ¬
onciliation onclton and a religious relgious burial for fortheir torthr fortheir
their Idol thero thfra thr will wi bo boo found a a way out outof outof outof
of the difficulty dl1culY especially Opeclaly since the Czar Czarhas Czarha Czarhas
has ha expressed eprosod his wish for such suc a rite riteAs rite riteAs
As a moral morl and social acl loader Tolstoi Tolstoilost Tol6tol Tol6tollot Toletotlost
lost lot his Influence In u8nC years yors ago Hailed Haie as asthe I ssthe
the th prophet of a a new dispensation dispnsaton the thehead te tehed thehead
head hed of a a a cult that was to dominate the theworld theworkl therk1
world rk1 he had his day dy and saw saw It i pass passowing pss pssowing passowing
owing mainly minly perhaps perop to the inconsist inconsistency Inemst Inemstooy ineonsistency ¬
ooy ency of his I later lator pronuncltmantos prounciamento His Hi Histheories i itheories
therie theories of art and of marriage mrrag his h1 ad advocacy advC advocacy ¬
vocacy vC of what really redl amounted aounte to moo raeeaulcldo moosUicide
aulcldo sUicide had to be rejected reecte by progres progressive pog6 progrossive ¬
ae sive civilization clvlzt Becoming Baomlng the te champion championof
of his countrymen euntrmen in bondage bndase his h real realmission realmission
mission ml on was national naionAl and not interns international Inten Intentonal internstional ¬
tional tonal but oven ovo here he was Inimical Inlmel to tothe tothe tothe
the practical pctcl views and ad ambitions amblton of the theleaders thelodo theloaders
leaders lodo of the people pple He preached prece a areturn areturn areturn
return to the social solal and economic eanomlo condi conditions conditons oonditbons ¬
tions tons of primitive primitve simplicity nQ notprogrses notprogrsesVhIbe progrtss progrtssWhile prog
While Whie opposed oppoed to wrongs wrong and abuses buH to toward toward ¬
ward war the to th common cmon people pople ho was W8 any anything ay aything anything ¬
thing but bt a constructive ontrt8 loader loaderThe loaderTe loaderThe
The Te world wOld at large will wl remember romambo only onlythe onlyte onlythe
the te Tolstoi Tohaol who wl was an artist rUt by the thegrace thegrace
grace c of God G the author of War WarPece and andPeace andPeace
Peace Pece and Anna nna Karenlna tho friend friendof friendot friendof
of Turgonloff TurgonloffThat Turonlof TuronlofTh TurgonieffThat
That Th Wyoming man who committed committedsuicide committedsuicide
suicide wlco by exploding eploding 100 10 pounds pun s of f dyna dynamite dynamie dynamite ¬
mite mie under himself hlmJt evidently oldonU dW di not ears earseven carseven
even eve for to one of Baltimores Baltmores cut ct rate ratefunerals nB nBfunel ratefunerals
funerals funeralsMr funel funeralsMr 4
Mr M Nagel on Federal FederlPowcr FederlPowcrSeetar Power PowerSecretary PowerSecretary
Secretary Seetar Nagel laSel In his recent reent speech speechbefore speechbefore
before tho Commercial ComRoclal Club at atCity Kansas KansasCity n5 n5City
City about abut Federal Jeeral control cntrl nradt md mdet msd us usef usof
ef the th following fot1ni declaration declarationSubstantially delrtn delrtnSubtantaly dcc1ratlnSubstantially
Substantially Subtantaly no one one adheres adbM8 to the theold te teold theold
old doctrine dotrao of restricted rMtcte power pwe of UN UNnational thenational
national nalnal government Kvernmoft The old ol restric restrictions rectriations ¬
tions tlOM upon upn Federal Feerl authority authoriy and a Federal Federalappropriations leri leriappropatoJ Federaappropriations
appropriations appropatoJ have hvo been ben sweptaway In InH in inal inaft
al aft H directions dlroUO tho old barrier brrer has ha broken brokandown brokendevn
down dow and it is J i admitted admite in practice pcUo if ifnot I itnot
not in platforms pltforms that national natonl authority authorityIs
1 Is absolutely aMlutey essential e ntal to moist national nationalproblems natonal natonalpblem nationalproblems
problems pblem as a they now present prOent them themselves themRive themselves ¬
selves Rive If I this be true at a home In respect respectto rept reptto
to domestic do tc affairs aair it I is infinitely Infnitely more moretrue moretre moretrue
true tre with wlt respect rOpt to foreign affairs affairsNational atalr affairsNational
National control eontl no doubt is essential essentialto
to t national natonal problems problems No one will wi gain gainJ gainsay
say J the te Secretary Seretary In that tht respect rupact But Butt Buthftt
wthat hftt t are national natonal problems probtem Almost In Invariably Invarably Invariably ¬
variably varably they thy grow gow out of trade and andcommerce anacommoowhih andcommerce
commerce commoowhih which Congress has hs the te power powerto Jwor powerto
to 0 regulate rogl te among amog the te different diferent States Statesajnd Statesnd
ajnd nd with foreign nations naUoI But these thesehardly thoe thoeharly thosehardly
harly hardly include Includo all U tho tl practical pracU01 affairs affairsof aalrs aalrsot affairsof
of life 1e as Mr Nagel declared eclre There are arepractical ae aeprctcl arepraetieal
practical prctcl affairs afair of life lo In matters 1naters of oflocal otlol oflocal
local lol administration administaton also als and the Fed Fedoral Federl Fedoral
oral erl government hardly has ha the to time tme or orthe orte orthe
the te desire delro to meddle with wih them or the ex exercise exercise cxerciso ¬
ercise of the police polce power the protection protectionof proteton protetonof
of health care Qro for for education ucaton or a n thou thousand thousnd thousand ¬
sand snd other things that concern con con the prac practical practcal practioal ¬
tical tcal life lo most intimately intimatelyAs intimately4s
As 4s to foreign affairs afalrs no one disputes disputestho disputestho
tho to national natlomi authority to control them themcompletely themcompetelY themcompletely
completely competelY and exclusively ecluslvely because it itwas I itwas
was so S declared doclare In the Federal Feerl Constitu Constitution Constu ConstutIon Constitution ¬
tion framed by b delegates dolegte from rom the sev several severl several ¬
eral erl States Stat They The gave z6 the Pe central gov government government government ¬
ernment all al the powers It has hn and de defined defne defined ¬
fined fne expressly what hat they should consist consistof consistoC consistof
of especially 6p chlly reserving reerving all au other powers powersto pwers pwersto powersto
to the States or to the people peopleWhether peopleWhether peoflleWhether
Whether right or vong wrong ong the Federal Federalgovernment Feeral Feeralgovernment Federalgovernment
government decidedly deldedl is l one of restricted restrictedpowers restrictedpowers
powers pwe In domestic domllo affairs afairs and who will willsecond wi willsecond
second the declaration dalnrton made by the thE Sec Secretary Sorotar Sacrotary ¬
rotary rotar that the restrictions retrictons have hve been beenswept beenswept beenswept
swept away or the barrier between botwel State Stateand Statead Stateand
and ad Federal Fe6l jurisdiction rISdlcUon broken down downas downas downas
as long as a the present preent Federal Feeral Constitu Constitujtion Constu Constuton Constitution
jtion ton tion is In force forceThe trcoThe forceThe
The man in Hot Springs Sprll Ark who ho has haslived haslved haslived
lived lved thirtytwo tlrutwo days dayawithout without witout Gating otlng Is Isprobably Isprobnbl Isprobably
probably trying tyIng to solve the high 11 h coat Qat of ofliving ofJving ofliving
living Jving problem problemTho prblem prblemTh 55 55Tha
Tho Th stage is getting gcttng worse and worse worseNow worseNow
Now it has secured soured Count de Beaufort Beaufortwho Beaufortwho
who for a a eolary elary will wl toll tol people why whyhe whyho whyh0
he was s kicked down stairs stairsAfter stairsAfter stairsAfter
After all al the advertising ndvor3ng Birmingham BirminghamAla Brmingham BrminghamAla
Ala Ala has done d dane < na it seems a a little lte imgratmfui imgratmfuifor Ugattl Ugattlfo Ungratstulfor
for fo Aviator Ely Flrt to fly fy away from tom rozn the thoplace to toplace theplace
place placeNew place placeNew placeNew
New Jersey Jesoy farmers have hnv found fo td n11 thlt thltwhe that thutwhen thatwhen
when whe turkeys are ar hobbled hobble they the grow growfatter gw gwtater growfatter
fatter tater When a a fashionable fnshlonabl woman wears wearshobbles wearshobbles ears earshobble
hobbles hobble she looks thinner thinnerThe thinnerThe thinnerThe
The Now York Times TIme says says that thfu cold coldstorage Qld Qldstorge caldstorage
storage storge ought ougt to bo x o limited Umrt to a f year yoftrBut yo yonut yearBut
But some of the defeated deCete candidates cndidates wlji wljihave ul ulhavo iijhave
have to stay sta there longer lon or than that thatThe that thatThe thatS
S The American Amerca workmen on onthe the Pan Panama P4n P4nnmB Ptnama ¬
ama nmB canal onal timed tmed their teir strike stike so 5 as to tomake toa tomak
make mak a e It coincide with wih the visit of the thePresident te tePesident thePresident
President Pesident in order to place 1IIC6 their griev glev ¬
J
ances a1cs directly dlrect before the Chief Execu Executive Executive Executive ¬
tive tive But quite naturally naturalY Mr Taft Taft de declined dec deebneci ¬
clined c ned to give snap s ap judgment judgmentAs judgment judgmentAs
As November 23 advances Dr pro Crippen Crippenis
is betraying a a1ne fine Duality 4ualY of patience patence in innot Innot innot
not urging urSlng that the th hunt for Belle Belo El Elmore Elmore Elmore
more be hurried up upThe upJhe upThe
The flrolass cdoker c ocer second cousin to tothe toth totho
the th unalnlmblaybeat un8In1mbJ unsinkableboat b nt set firo to a house In InSt InSt inSt
St St Louis last week weekIncidentally weekIncidentally weekIncIdentally
I
Incidentally the Americans seem to bo borunning b brunning berunning
running the rocord Goard pretty close for or thaj thajnumber tIle tIlenumb61 thenumber
number of deaths do ths caused by aviation aviationsun aviationStill j jStill
Still we can hardly believe that all allthis allthis allthis
this row row over Mexico has been brought broughtabout broughtabout broughtabout
about by the muckraking magazines magazinesFranco magazinesFranoo magazinesFrance
Franco must bo feeling like an Amen American Amerloan Amencan ¬
can trust with all that water in her hercapital heroopltnl hencapital
capital capitalMrs oopltnlMrs capitalMrs
Mrs Borger the wife ot the Socialist SocialistCongressman SocialistCongreasman SocialistCongressman
Congressman says s ys that there should bo boan boan bean
an equal division of a mans salary be between her bCrtween hertween
tween himsolf and his wife Most men menwish men moiwich
wish 111 there were wereHow wereRow wereHow
How could a Western State send a man manto manto manto
to Washington as a ftnow now Senator If he hewore llewore liewore
wore in Washington already alreadyThe alreBd alreBdThe alreadyThe
The customs paid by the steamer George GeorgeWashington GeorgIWllIhlngton GeorgeWashington
Washington broke all records So did the thepassenger thepauonger thepasecuger
passenger who wished to pay duty upon uponarticles uponarticles uponarticles
articles that wore free freeTha rreeThe freeThe
The British Houso of Lords is going goingto goingto goingto
to reform itself I 1101 t Perhaps thoro ara some somewho Bomtwho somewho
who regret our Senate dl din not do like likewise likewtH lIkewise ¬
wise wiseMr S
wtHMr S
Mr Molsant Is Is 1 planning aorlal taxis taxisThe tnxls tnxlsTho taxisTh
The Th surface ones come pretty pr8tt high now nowAn nowAn nowAn
An ossified man n has boon married In InPennsylvania InPenns inPonnsxivania
Pennsylvania Penns hnla His wife cannot blame him htmwhen himwl100 himwhen
when he comes eome home that wdy wdyDe w wdyDo y yDe
De Beaufort says that his hi wifes father fatherdoas fatherdOal fatherdoes
does not count Yes he does Count CountIt CountIt
It is said that the fewer fcer the Republican RepublicanSenators RepubllconSonator RcpublfeaiSenators
Senators become the more mor power they theywill tho thowill theywill
will havo at the White House At the thepresent theprMOnt theprosont
present rate of decrease some of them themwill themwill
will soon be dictators dictatorsA dletatorA dictatorsA
A LITTLE NONSENSE NONSENSEMIXED NONSENSEnXEn NONSENSEMIXED
MIXED POETRY POETRYUnder POETRYUnder POETILYUnder
Under a spreading chestnut troe to has hastening hastening hastoning ¬
tening Ills m a prey preyBeneath preyBeneath preyBeneath
Beneath thy cold gray crags 0 seal my myfondest myondt myfondest
fondest hopes decay decayThe decayThe
The melancholy mela cb l days aro here Touoh Touohnot Touohnot Touchnot
not a single bough boughIt bousbIt boughIt
It sheltered Clara Yore Tere do Vere and Ill Illprotect IllPlDteet Illprotect
protect It now nowLet nowLt xwLet
Let doffs delight to bark and bite beneath beneaththe beneaththe beneaththe
the mystic moon moonBut mOORBut moosBut
But curfew sanll 11 not ring tonight yo yobmes yobrt961 yebraes
braes of bo bonny BY Doon DoonTha DoanTbe DoonThe
The heart bowed down By weight of woo woowill woowtu woewill
will rise rls again m 1ft time timeMan tlmoMan timeMan
Man want wpntM but little here below so let us usd usond usend
end d this rhyme rhymeA
A A Doting Bail DnilShe DatIuShe BailShe
uShe She has an indulgent Ind lS8At father fatherSettled tathwSotUod fatherottlod
Settled a million on the dftka I hear htarYes blarYoi heareyes
Yes Yoi awl put Hdt I in trust in case she shevar sheVGr sh shever
ever var wants aUs a otrorca otrorcaInnncmlo dmrceInnnenlo dtvorcsInnu
Innncmlo InnnenloTbe Innu InnncmloThe enil 0 0The
The really good hairdressers 1IA1r 1tllltNS are are very veryIndependent veryIndependent ery eryIndependnt
Independent IndependentWont IndependntWont IndependentWont
Wont call for It it oh ohExpert 01 01I ohi
I Expert UXDcrtAddce UXDcrtAddcehats Advice AdviceWhats AdvIceWhats
Whats hats the best way to succeed succeedBagln succeedogin 1 1Dogln
Bagln ogin early rl and get yourself used to totha toUti toth
tha th Idea i6 that you are a big thing thingTheir thln6Thcl tilingTheir
Their Thcl Turn TurnTho TurnThe rn rnThe
The Democrats Damc1aU are perky porkyAnd perky1Id perkyA5ud
And 1Id we ail know knowtTis knowm knowTIe
tTis m TIe better to t eat turkey turkeyThan turkeyThtin turkeyThin
Than crew crewHotel eroYoHotel crewhotel
Hotel Scnnniion ScnnniionLook SenHnHonLoott SensalionLook
Look at the people crane cra e their tlt lr nooks nooksEvidently neQkaE necksEvidently
Evidently E some rich man manWhat manWhat manS
S What WhatW the matter Somebody order orderins orderIn orderlug
ins In < champagne for breakfast breakfastNo breakrutuNo breakfastNo
uNo No he ordered bacon and eggs eggsLoolcinfT OggsLooldnJ eggsS eggsLookingr
LoolcinfT Backward BnclnrnrdBoss Dueknrl DueknrlDoH Backward3oss
S
Boss I cant live on o 2 a weak any anylonger nnyJctn8er anylonger
longer longerStick Jctn8erStJek longerSticic
Stick it out for a while urged his histhrifty biBthrifty histhrifty
thrifty employer ompl yer Think of how you can canbrag canbrag canbrag
brag about It when youve < made your yourfortune yourfortune our ourtortune
fortune my lad
For Sim Shame ShnmeA me meA
A collector recently recentl showed a profes professional protosslopal pnofossiopsl ¬
sional humorist a bootjack and the tel fellow fallow tellow ¬
low actually actuaU didnt know what It was wasGREATEST wasGREATEST wasGREATEST
GREATEST OYSTER STATE STATELonlnlnnn STATELonldnnn STATELoniniana
Lonlnlnnn Dispute Longstanding LongstandingClaim LongtnJullngC1nhn LongstanihlaigClaim
Claim of Maryland and Virginia VirginiaFVow Irglnln IrglnlnFraM 1rgininFrou
FVow the X Nf ew w OthB9 Picayune PicayuneIt p PicayuneJt CaJ1Jlle CaJ1JlleJt
Jt is not commonly known that Louisi Louisiana LouIsiana Loulsiann ¬
ana ana is tho greatest oyster State in tho thoUnion thoUnion theUnion
Union This claim was for a long time timeheld timeheld timeheld
held by Maryland because it had control controlof controlDC controlof
of a large area of Chesapeake Bay while whlloVirginia whileVirginia whileVirginia
Virginia disputed with Maryland over overthe overtho overthe
the situation At that tlmo the oysters oystersof ostersof oystersof
of the Louisiana waters had only a local localreputation localreputation localreputation
reputation and up to a recent date no nospecisl noaped nospecial
special aped a I care was taken of them and no nodefinite nodoftnlte nodeftviite
definite information concerning the ex extent extent cxtent ¬
tent of our oyster area was at hand handWithin handVlthln handWithin
Within a very few years past the oys oyster oystv oystot ¬
tot waters have ha va been put In cnarge of a aState nStato aState
State commission and a boundary has hasbeen hasbeen hasbeen
been established between those of Mis Mississippi Mississippi Mississippi ¬
sissippi and our own According to data datafurnished datafurnished datafurnished
furnished by b the chief surveyor the oys oyster O Otor oy oytar ¬
tar area of this Stato is nearly 500000 500000acres 500000nero 00000 00000acres
acres In extent The yield is between 200 200and 200and 200and
and 300 barrels to the acre The oyster oysterbods oysterbods oysterbeds
bods in Louisiana are now n w producing an annually annually annually ¬
nually something like lIk 600600 barrels the thesupply thesupply thesupply
supply being regulated r lated by the demand demandIf demandIt demandIf
If the demand were wer great enough to totax totaxthe totaxthe tax taxthe
the product xly < ly of the entire oyster area areato areato areato
to its capacity capa lty the yield would run high highinto highinto highinto
into the millions of barrels barrelsOne barrelsOne barrelsOne
One thing which has kept a largo part partof partof partof
of the consuming population Ignorant of ofLouisiana otLouisIana ofLouisiana
Louisiana oysters was the fact that they
have been shipped under Baltimore Baltimorebrands Baltimorebrands Baltimorebrandg
brands Under the United United States pure purefood puretood purefood
food laws this thl will be no longer pos possible possible possiblo ¬
sible
r
S A Financial Thought ThoughtPram ThoughtFrom ThoughtProm
Pram the t th New ew Y Ydt Piwe PiweJohn 1rMIJohn PrNaJohn
John PurroyAIltohel Purro Jutchcl New Yorks very veryyoung veryyoung veryyoung
young but very vorI ort ofllclont oIDclo 1t acting mayor rmayorsaJfl JnayorSIIJd mayorsaid
said the Other day da to a reporter apropos aproposof aproposot aproposof
of a aC aoertAln C certain abuse abuseThe abuseTho S
The conduct or of theso people is omi ominous ominous ominoDs ¬
nous It reminds me m of the famous famousfinancier famousfiooncler famousfinancier
financier financierGeorge fioonclerGeorge financierGeorge
George said the famous financier to tohis tobls tohis
his secretary Iccratar Ive boon thinking thinkingYes thinkingYes thinkingyes
Yes sir1 sir said tho secretary respect respectfully respectfun respectfully ¬
fully fun What about sir sirWell 8frWell tr trWell
Well George said the t e financier I Icant rcant Icant
cant help wondering where on earth thelambs the thelambs tholambs
lambs get this inexhaustible stream of ofmillions otmillions ofmIllions
millions that we get from them themXoj thomo thornNo
Xoj No o Not ot Esperanto EsperantoFrom Espernntolltom EsperantoFrom
From the SitU m Kmncteoe l Chitwide ChitwideTshishtigama ChrottfcleTshlhtlSaml GhmslclaTshIehtigamn
Tshishtigama Kisklsink Coocoocaiche CoocoocaicheNlplsfilng OoocoocalcheNlplS6lng 000coocaicheNipissing
Nlplsfilng Blscotaslng Pogamasslg Pogall1asslgno Pogall1asslgnopot no nonot
not Esperanto Esp rnQ O simply names of places placeswhore placeswhefetho placeswhore
whore whefetho Iho international balloon racers racerslanded racersIonded racerslanded
landed
A Sharp harp Reminder ReminderFrom Rentfut1er flenifuderFmeutkeni11inepolk
0 0p
From p Fmeutkeni11inepolk the Jadifixpolb 1Bd 1MJIOIk New NewOnge sewsOnco es esOnoe
Onge moro the thQ Crippan case shows that thatthe 1hattho thatthe
the technicality toohnleaUtyIS 1s a much loss effective effectivedevice effectivedovice effegtiyedevice
device in England than 4t is in tills tl s coun country country counta ¬
try ta S
tryt t
j
ELECTION VIEWS VIEWSLa
La Follette Smiles Last LastProm LnHtFrom LastFrom
From the Detroit News ews ewsSenator ewaSenator >
y
Senator La Follette was ns variously re regarded regardcd regarded ¬
garded as an extremist and an fin imprudent imprudentand Imprudentand Imprudentand
and an unstable man He made a nota notable notable notable ¬
ble speech in the Senate on tho Aldrich Aldrlchtariff AldrichtarlfC Aldrichtariff
tariff measure In which he said saidI 8uldhI
hI I warn you oU that if you Ou refuse to con conElder eonsider conskier
Elder every e ery proposition advanced in be behalf behalf ¬
half of tho public and carry out your yourdetermination yourdetermination yourdetermination
determination to make this tariff legis legislation legtlilatlon legislation ¬
lation but an instrument by which special specialInterests specialinterests specialinterosis
Interests may enrich themselves the pub public public publie ¬
lic will hold you ou responsible re ponilblc and prove proveUs procits proveIts
its resentment as certainly as elections electionsare electionsar electionsare
are ar held heldNine heldNine ticldNine
Nine of the Senators who laughed at attho attho atthe
tho La Follette demagogy were re retired retired retired ¬
tired November 8 and In seven of the theStates thQStntes theStates
States so represented repr iented Democratic legis legislatures le legislatures ls lslatures ¬
latures were elected electedToo olectedToo electedToo
Too Much Money Spent SpentFrom SpentFrom SpentFrom
From the Fitchburg S Sentinel SenUnelhe SentinelThe ntl d dTho
The he returns of Fo FOIS s of S7OOO 37000 spent for forcampaign torcampalgn forcampaign
campaign contributions and of Draper of otn7OOO
517000 show still that too much money moneyIs monoysraqulrel moneyis
Is sraqulrel required from candidates Draper Draperlooks DrnpOI1Ilooks Draperslooks
looks small beside the 8000 36000 he spent spentto spentto spentto
to get the nomination for lieutenant got governor goternor O Oer ¬
ernor er or Fos Foss is small compared comp red with the theover theover theover
over 5100000 100000 which Storrow spent in his hisBoston hllBoston hisBoston
Boston city campaign fast year But any anyof anyQt anyof
of the sums sums are altogether too large for forthe torthe forthe
the case where the office is supposed to tobe tobe tobe
be seeking the man manalthough although everybody everybodyknows everybodyknows everybodyknotts
knows that tho man was soaking the theoffice theoffice theoffice
office Not only are the thecontnibutions contributions too toolarge toolargo toolarge
large but they ought to come from a agreat acrea agreat
great crea many more people PO pe pie if the voters votershave votershavc votershave
have an Interest Jn their principles principlesClinncc prIncIplesChuncc principlesChance
Chance for Republicans RepublicansFrom RcpubllcnuProm
From Prom tho New cm York M MaP MaUThe MaPThe H HThe
The worst orst thing the Republican party partycould pertycould partycould
could do is to do nothing at all allto alltostlme alltostanch to tostand
stand pat on everything evor thllg and await awaitthe aWll1tthe awaitthe
the moves of the Democratic Congress Congresswhich Congresswhloh Congresswhich
which will convene thirteen months monthshence monthshonce monthshence
hence Thirteen months when the high highcost highcoat highcost
cost of living is a question qU8 tlon of this and andeach andeach andeach
each succeeding ucceodl g hour and certain parts partsof partsot partsof
of the tariff bill aro under prevent con condemnation eondcmnftUon condemnutbon ¬
demnation From December 0 6to to March Marcht
4 next tho Republican party will have haveundivided haveundivided haveundivided
undivided control of the Executive the thoSenate thennie theSenate
Senate nnie and the House Hollto For the sake sakeof ak akQt sakeqt
Qt the general welfare and for Its own ownsake ownsako ownsake
sake sako in 1912 1 12 the party should crowd tho thosession thosCillon thesession
session with ltl1 accomplishment accomplishmentEffect necompllshmeftlE1Ject accomplishmentEffect
Effect in Chicago ChicagoOf ChlcRgOFrcrn ChicagoFivin
Frcrn the Spdlldeld nablb nablbor JtesiblIcaaOf
Of all tho cities in the country Chi Chicago Cbleago Chiongoexpenlencod ¬
i
cago ongoexpenlencod experienced the worst effect from fromthe fromthe fromth
the th landslide The elective Judiciary ef efCook orCook ofCook
Cook County was as revolutIonized rtw luUo 1 d almost almostnot almotnot almostnot
not a single Republican Judicial candi candidate candidate candidate ¬
date being chosen and ther tbe there were about abouta AboutIL
a score of them Cnicagoa Municipal MunicipalCourt MunicipalCourt unlclpttl unlclpttlCourt
Court of which the city la l justly proud proudloses proudloses
loses many man of Its It old and d experienced experiencedjudges exporJencedjudges experiencedjudges
judges whq wh were up for reelection and andwhoso andwhoso andwhose
whoso excellent quejlncatl qua1iatins lcat1 n 1UI for con continued oonUnuod eontinvod ¬
tinued service were of no avail in such sueha
a political convulsion lllOn Many any Judges of oftho ortho ofthe
tho higher courts who merited uaerlt d another anotherterm anothlNtorm anotherterm
term were buried in the general election electiondebris eleeUondobris electiondebris
debris
A Word for Mr 11 Lodge LodgeFJWB IodgcOio LodgeFrom
From UK N Nwbiset wlmnrrt Maw DIaeI News NewsFor NeMiFora NessFor
For Fora ft Republican to vote against Sean Senator Snator Seantsr ¬
tor Lodge unless unl68li the issue issu 118 has been a adirect adirect adirect
direct one and he knows the feelings of ofhie otala ofhis
ala constituent consututII is an error w we believe believeThe baUntThu believeTh
The Th Senator deserves election from the thehands thehand thehands
hands of his own party Democratic ad advice advice advice ¬
vice to the contrary notwithstanding We Wearo Weare r raro
aro glad that it is 1 to be noted that the therepresentative thertlprosEtItat1e therepresentatIve
representative and senator from our ourlocal our100al ourhocal
local districts have the sand to stand up upand upand upand
and fifty what they will do In the matter matterThey mattvThey matterThey
They are occupying a a much more envi enviable 0111able ouvlable ¬
able position s4bon than the little lIUI trimmers trimmersfor trlmmOnJfor trimmersfor
for alt men respect a man of sand sandwhether andwhether sandwhether
whether they agree with Mm him or not notWhat notWllat notMhat
What One Socialist Will nl Do DoFrwa DoIrnn DoFrna
Frwa ties Chfe lIMIB lIMIBVIctor 8 TiThes TMtanVictor TiThesVictor
Victor Berger the only Socialist over overlooted oyore1ootod everoioatod
looted to Congress Conll beArs his honors honormodoaUy honorsfn1l honorsuIdesUy
fn1l modoaUy 1e1Uy < and does net expect to over overturn onrturn overturn ¬
turn the House But some of hi hU kind kindare kindaro kindare
are not so modest A Socialist plumber plumberor
or Rending Pa has been elected to tothe totho tothe
the legislature and b he announces that he heintends hointends I Itntends
intends to n raise the devil lit He will find findwhen 1Indwhen Iliadwhen
when he reaches Llarriaburg Iiarrl urg that there thereIs thereIf thereIs
Is not no much in the Hoe II in left to do The Thelast Tbelast Thelast
last two or three legislature of Penn Pennsylvania Penn5Ilnfa Pennsylvianfa ¬
sylvania did about a as fine a job of that thatsort th thatsort t taGrt
sort as ever was done outside of Illinois IllinoisPolitics illinoisiolities i iIoU
Politics IoU tic und Prices PricesFrem PricesFrem Pricesen
Frem en tq Pnnttaaet PnniI ItaMeUn ItaMeUnIt IIuIWiaIt ItuliedsIt
It Is no no doubt true that the removal of ofthe oftho oftho
tho tariff on meat products would nave I e ebenoftcont a abeneficent abeneficent
beneficent effect and the Democrats will willmake wtUmnko willmake
make a hit with tho people if they tbO can canbring canbring eanbring
bring it about But if they have under undertaken untIertakon uicr uicrtaken ¬
taken the Job of reducing the cost of ofliving oCIhlne ofliving
living all around and have won votes by bygiving bygivIng I Igiving
giving such a pledge they have a tough toughproposition toushproposition toughproposition
proposition ahead of them to make their thoirpromises th8l1promises theirpromfse
promises good goodPinching goodllncla1n goodPinching
Pinching llncla1n Trust Profits ProfitsFrom ProfttsFrom ProfitsFrom
From the PbUacMpbia PubNc Lodger LodgerAfter LedirAfter t tAftar
After boosting the price of window windowglass windowglass windowglass
glass about 70 per cent the glass trust trusthas trusthas trusthas
has been fined a total of 1G 10000 Fears Fearsare F08rsare Fearsare
are felt tHat this makes slight inroads on onthe ontho
tho profits but otherwise it Is satlsftyj satlsftyjtory saurcctory satlsfr satlsfrtory
tory enough It Is is Is refreshing rofre blnc also to tosee toilee tosee
see a demonstration of the fact that nut notevery nutevery nutevery
every advance advan e in prices can be ascribed ascribedto aecrtbedto bed bedto
to the tariff
Xot ot Signed SignedFrom Signed SignedFrom SignedFrom
From the Kew ew Y York rk World World WorldThe WorldThe V0rMThe
The Outlook advances many reasons for forRepublican torRopubllcnn forRepublican
Republican defeat without onco mention mentioning montionIng mentionlag ¬
ing the third term or the New National Nationalism NationalIsm Nationalism ¬
ism As My M Name Is not signed to these theseextended thelieextended theseextended
extended remarks they thercnn can be denied and andrepudiated andrepudiated andrepudiated
repudiated of course Hence the Out Outlooks Outlooks Outlooks ¬
looks Inlook has no real value alue to those thosewho thosewhC thosettltc
who seek the theght theghtStiffening light lightStiffening 1IghtStl1Jenl
Stiffening Stl1Jenl gof of the Spine SpineFrom SpineProm SpineFrom
From the littsburg DispUoh DispUohWith DI DIWith Dia acii aciiWith
With Mr Bryan still plugging for It In Inthe Inthe Inthe
the West Wall Vall street exerting fts pull pullalong pulltor pullfor
for It In the East and tie South keeping keoplngalong keepingalong
along Just by force of habit habit the Demo Democratlc Democratic Democratie
cratlc party is beginning jto 10 have some someconfidence someconfidence someconfidence
confidence in its future future01i futureoutside outside lde of Penn Pennsylvania Pennslvantn Pennsylvanie ¬
sylvania sylvaniaCOLLEGE slvantnCOLLEGE sylvanieCOLLEGE
COLLEGE GIRL AND ANDCTJPID ANDCTJPIDFar CUPID CUPIDPar CUPIDFar
Far More In Favor In Matrimonial 3IatrlmouialCircles MatrimonialCircles IntrlmonlnlCircles
Circles Than Heretofore HeretoforeFrom HerctoforeFrom HeretoforeProm
From the Boston Globe GlobeIt GlobeIt GlobeIt
It has long been generally believed believedthat beHevedthat be1ievcthat
that the percentage of college girls who whomarry whomarry whomarry
marry is small small Twentyfive years enrs ago agoIt agoIt agoit
It used to be said that not a quarter quarterof
of the girl graduates over wedded The Theimplication TheImp Theimplication
implication Imp lcaUon plainly plalnl was that threequar threequarters throequartor threequartorn ¬
torn tor of them wore not worth marrying marryingThey marryingThey marryingThey
They wore pictured as wanting to t dls dlscuss dlscuss discuss
cuss literature at breakfast science at atlunch atJunch atlunch
lunch lunch and philosophy at dinner Grad Gradually Gradually Gradualiy ¬
ually as this tht unfair view passed p the thestory thestory thestory
story went that only a third of oftfio the girls girlsgot girlsgQt girlsgot
got married Now the common report is isthat Isthat isthat
that half of them marry No statistics statisticsare statisticsarc statisticsare
are available on this flubjoct l1ubj ubjcot Ct but the theImpression theimpression theimpression
Impression grows that college girls are arein areIn arein
in moro favor In matrimonial circles circlesIt circlesIt circlesS circlesundoubtedly
It Is undoubtedly 1mdoubtedl true that higher edu education education ¬
cation cation S has not not made the average college collegegirl collegegirl collegegirl
girl moro sought by marrying mon Few Fewmen Fewmen Fewmen
men want 3nt a wife who knows more than thanthey thanthe thanthey
they the do dQ but the masculine prejudice prejudiceagainst prejudiceagainst prejudiceagainst
against the college girl is passing passingTwo passingTwo passingTwo
Two of a Kind KindFrom Itlut1From IgindPron
From TitBltu TitBltuA TltDltafA S
fA A person begging be glng alms of Lord George GeorgeGordon GeorgeGordon GeorgeGordon
Gordon said saidGod saidGod saidGod
God bless you my mylord lord You YQu and I Ihave Ihave P Phave
have been In all ll the prisons nisons in InLonc1on InLonc1onWhat London LondonWhat LondonWhat
What do you mean cried cffedLord Lord LordGeorge LordGeorge
George qeorg6I I never neeI was in any prison but butthe butthe butthe
the tower towerThat towerThat
S
That Is true my lord said thi thiand the other otherand otherand
and I have been in all the thereat rest
LADY DOROTHY DOROTHYUNDER DOROTHYUNDER DOROTHYUNDER
UNDER FIVE FIV REIGNS REIGNSIt
It does does seem singular alngul r that Lady l tcy Y Doro Dorothy Doroth Donethy ¬
thy th Nevill N il1whos whosoj whose lIt Ufa oxtands h nd i iover Jover a ana nperipd aperlpd
na tnA ff Qf etShtytofir olghtyfofr 1 li lf xi i A i j jvolume
peripd yenrli In ho her latest lattvolume latestvolume
volume of reminiscences remlnlC nc under five fivereigns fivereigns fivereigns
reigns Bh should J11d have singled out such ex extreme extremo Oxtremo ¬
tremo characters as Mr Joseph Cham Chamberlain Chtlmberlain Chamberlain ¬
berlain and air John Burns as two of otthe ofthe
j the mqst Interesting people sho shooor sli ever met metand metftnd met metand
and she certainly knew everybody who whowas whowas whowas
was anybody aphod during the Victorian era eraOne EWaOne eraOne
One or tho photographs in her now vol volI volurpe volurpe
I urpe shows her standing arm In arm with withthe withthe wIththe
the president of o the London governing governingboard goerninSboard governingboard
board for whom she saya sars she sh entertains entertainsthe ontertalnst entertainstire
the t e highest admiration admlJ Uon although she shewell IIhewoll shewell
well remembers him 1dm being considered consideredterribly consideredterribly consideredterribly
terribly revolutionary while she pub publishes publ1be publishec ¬
lishes several particularly Interesting let lettors lett014l lettori
tors from the veteran member for West WestBirmingham VotBlrmlngham VostBirmingham
Birmingham BirminghamOne BlrmlnghamOne BirminghamOne
One of them relates to Mr Chamber ChamberIains Chamberlalns Chamberlains
Iains third marriage that to Miss Mary MaryISndlcott Manndl MaryJndlcott
ISndlcott ndl ott of Boston in 1SK 1 Writing Writingthat in inthat I Ithftt
that year tM1r to Lady Dorothy Doroth he said saidI
I am iping Olng to America to marry Miss MlasEndlcott 1lISlElldlcott MissI0ntlicott
Endlcott one of those American girls girlswhose girlswhose girlswhose
whose importation Into this country you youdeprecated roudoproOfttc youdeprecated
deprecated once so 0 strongly in my hear hearing hearIng hearIng ¬
ing You said I like the Americans Amerl ns very verywall verTwoll verywall
wall but thero aro two things I wish wishthoy Wlabthey Wishthey
they would keep to thomselvos themselvothelr themselvothelrglrlll themselvestheirgirls their theirgirls
girls and their tinned lobsters I am amready amready amready
ready to give up the th lobster so you must mustbe mOltbe mustbe
be prepared to like tha tIi girl girlLady girlLady H HLad
Lady Lad Dorothy also tells an amusing amusingstory amusingstory amusingstory
story about Dr Wolff father of Sir SirHenry SirHenry
I
Henry Drummond Wolff oUt and husband of ofher oth ofher
her h r aunt Lady Georgians Walpole Lady lAd LadyGeorgians I
Georgians first was captivated by the thedoctor theoctor thedoctor
doctor octor at an Exeter Hall mooting In Inan InAn Inan
An an outburst of oratory ora ton he waved his arms armsand armand armsand
and struck A lady on the cheek Pausing Pausinga
a moment Qmertt he asked IlSkpd in a whisper who whotho whotho whothe
tho lady might be beLady beLady beLady
Lady Georgiana Goor ana Walpolo was tho thoreply thorep thereply
reply replyThat rep replyThat
repThat That woman shall he my wife he hesaid hesaid
said And quietly want on with his hisspeech blsspeeQh hisspeech
speech speechIt a aIt
It was some little tlmo Wore the two twomet twomet twomet
met again but ultimately Dr Wolff sat satnest atn satngt
nest n tt to Lady 13 < 1 Georgian Goorsl < at t A luncheon luncheonparty luncheonport luncheonparty
party port She chanced to trop her fork forkThe torkTho forkTh
The Th doctor bent down to pick it up and andpinched andpinehod andpinched
pinched her foot footThat tootThat footThat
That kind of a caress ear M says Lady LadyDorothy LadyDorot11 Ladyflorotby
Dorothy entirely novel to Lady Georgi Georgiana GiOrlIlann Georgiatm ¬
ana atm made such uch an n Impression upon her herthat herthat herthat
that she actually a tun fell in low with its itsgiver Itagiver itsgiver
giver and very soon they became en engaged engaged engaged ¬
gaged The child of that marriage was wasHenry wasHenry wasHenry
Henry Drummond Wolff WolffApropos WolffApropos olrt olrtAprOPOI
Apropos of luncheons and dinners Lady LadyDorothy LadyDorothy LadyDorothy
Dorothy quqtos an amusing story which whichwas whlebwu whichwas
was told In connection with the th widely widelydivergent widelydlnr widelydivergent
divergent dlnr t types Up S of guest who were wont wontto wontto wontto
to assemble u omblo at the house of Lady St StHeller 5t 5tBeller StHellos
Hellos Lady Frances Jeune ono of Lon Londons Londons Londons ¬
dons most famous hostesses hostessesAn hfUlteatl1lAn hostessesAn
An explorer who had ventured Into a aparticularly apIUcularJ aparticularly
particularly wild and hostile region hav having havI mvlug ¬
lug I been captured by b its savage and andcannibal andcannibal aridcannibal
cannibal inhabitants was bound to a tree treeby treeby treeby
by them preparatory to being roasted roastedand roastedand roastedand
and eaten At thi this critical moment their theirchief Uteircblet theirchief
chief appeared who on seeing eln the un unfortunate untortunAte usafortunate ¬
fortunate explorer addressed him in fair fairEnglish fallEngllah fairEnglish
English EnglishI
I 1 know your face tace he said we have havemet btLvemet havemet
met at my friend Lady Jounes and so soInstead soIntoM soinstead
Instead of dining off you I shall ask askyou aakyou askyou
you to dine with me and tell me all alltha alltJto allthe
the London news newsThe newaThe newsThe
The book contains COntin also a good poet postprandial poetDllUtdlal poetprandial ¬
prandial story stOf of Whistler WhistlerOn W VhtstlerOn lstlf lstlfOn
On one occasion Oft when wh n asked to din dinner dinner dinnor ¬
ner by a somewhat punctilious host the theparty theparty theparty
party after waiting for an unconscion unconscionably uneolUlelonably unconecbonably ¬
ably long time time eventually sat t down to din dinner din dinner dinnor ¬
ner Soup and fish were served ed and andun andstill
still un no Whistler and when at last I t he hearrived heArrlvod bearrived
arrived the host was in anything but butthe butlho butthe
the beet of tempers as his countenance countenanceshowed countenaneosbGwod countenanceshowed
showed Whistler however was in no nowise nowise nowise
wise disconcerted for < cheerily grasping graspingthe grqplngUte graspingthe
the somewhat limp hand he rattled out outDont outDont outDont
Dont apologize for having begun with without with without without ¬
out me I am not offended in the very veryleast voryst veryleast
least st After which taking his seat sent t he hebecame hebecaJ1lft hebecajne
became the life and soul of the th party partyAmong partyAmong partyAmong
Among her personal friends Lady LadyDorothy lAdyDorothy LadyDorothy
Dorothy of course oour e numbered Lord LordBeaconafleld LordBMcowifteld LordBeneonsekl
Beaconafleld in the days day when he still stillwas atmwu stillwas
was Benjamin Disraeli In his House of ofCommons orCommons ofConunons
Commons days d she says ra he was 88 very veryselfconfident very8e1teontk1oot veryseifconikiont
selfconfident and quite assertive Once Oncehowever Oncehowover Oncehowever
however when addressing addre lns the speaker he hesaid heMid heoak
said Mr Speaker I have sojna mod modesty modeaty modesty ¬
esty I hope A voice from under a ahat ahat ahat
hat below the gangway 1 snuffled med out outYour outYour outYour
Your hope tells a a very flattering tale taleI We WeI taleI
I am afraid afraidReferring aCraldRaterrng afraidReferring
Referring to the story stor of the oW lady ladywho adywbo ladywho
who attending a funeral and being told toldthat toldthat toldthat
that Mr Gladstone was 8S present said saidOh MIdOh saidOh
Oh I do hope he wont make a disturb disturbance dl8Utrbanco disturbance ¬
ance Lady Dorothy Dorollt mentions that dur during durIng durlug ¬
ing the general election that year great greatcrowds grMcrowds greatcrowds
crowds having assembled at Ipswich Jp wleh a acertain aeertaln acertain
certain old lady l d was convinced that they theywere tberwere theywere
were caused by the opening of the quarter quartersessions quartorsosafons quartersessions
sessions They are only waiting for Mr MrBalfour llrBa1four MrBelfour
Balfour said an n acquaintance ae rsainanee Well Wellreplied WeUrepl1 Wellreplied
replied repl1 she I suppose It the poor man manhas RUlRbas manhas
has done anything wrong he will 111 have to tosuffer toImtter tosuffer
suffer for it now nowYet nowYet
J
Yet still another political story in Lady LadyDorothys LIldrDorothys LadyDorothys
Dorothys book tells how Sir William WilliamHarcourt WilliamHarcourt WIlliamHarcourt
Harcourt and Mr Cakhvell exhibited exhibitedsome 6xhlbltedsome exhIbitedsome
some nervousness when addressing a ameeting ameeting ameeting
j meeting In a country oouAt town which lad to toa toa toa
a local tailor remarking atterward You Youthought Yout1tousht Youthought
thought too highly of them gentlemen gentlemenWhen gentlemeuhen gentlemenWhen
When hen I speak to such a crowd I treat treatthem trOfltthem treatthem
them as a so so many cabbage stalks stalksIt talksIt stalksIt >
It Is lsa a curious commentary on society societyof socletJot
of today that Lady Dorothy bas no sym sympathy symatby sympathy ¬
pathy for what nowadays is called the thesmart the8Mart thesmert
smart sot The adjective would have haveconveyed JuLYOconveed haveconveyed
conveyed to the ladies of other days the theidea theIdea theIdea
idea of some kltchenmaid kltehentnald dressed dr 5iOd up in inher Inher inher
her Sunday Sunda best The They certainly would wouldnot wouJtnot wouldnot
not have ho ye regarded r garded it as a flattering flatteringdescription fiattprlngd flatteringdescription
description d rlptlon of a lady or of a gentleman gentlemansho gentlemansho < enUmnn enUmnn5ho
sho writes writesAs writesAs writesAs
As to tho money mone spent by society societywomen societywarnell societywomen
women on dress Lady Lad Dorothy Doroth recalls recallsthat recaJisthat recallsthat
that when shfr ftcame came out her allowance allowancewas allowancewas allowancewas
was only 45 sterling a year ear and her hermother bermother hermother
mother spent on dress Ac c only about abouta
300 a year oor which was considered ample amplefor amplefor amplefor
for the tli wife of a wealthy wealth peer But Butnow Butno Butnow
now no says sa s Lady Dorothy I fear that thatJC3000 thatcaro3
JC3000 3000 a year In a great many man cases would wouldbe wouldbe wouldbe
be below rather than above the correct correctfigure oorrectfigure correctfigure
figure figureShe figureShe figureShe
She mentions that Queen Victoria as a ayoung aoung ayoung
young oung woman always was simply simplydressed simplYdr simplydressed
dressed dr d and at a great ball given in her herhonor herhonor herhonor
honor at Stafford House when the theDuchess thoDuchess theDuchess
Duchess of o Southerland wore a most mostmagnificent mo moatmagnificent t tmagnificent
magnificent dress glittering with dia diamonds diamonds dinmonds ¬
monds the Queen who went In a simple simplemuslin simplemuslin simplemuslin
muslin embroidered in cplors c > lors remarked 5yemarkedon remarkedon
on shaking shakln hands J r come ome from my myhouse m mhous myhaus
house hous to t your our palace palaceIt pala palaIt palaceIt
It is i not a great many years jears since lnC6 Mr MrH MrH MrH
H J Duveon the millionaire art dealer dealerwho dealorwho dealerwho
who has ha come into conflict con lct with the theUnited tlteUnited tireUnited
United States customs emigrated from fromthe fro frotho fromthe
the Zuydcr Zec In Holland with his hisbrother1 1lsbrot1H hisbrother
brother brot1H r Joseph who 110 died in 1908 190 after afterbeing atterbeing afterbeing
being knighted and commenced work an ana asa ana
a blacksmith In Hull HullJoseph HullJoseph HullJoseph
Joseph opened a small art shop in that thatcity thatcity thatcity
city and this proved the nucleus nucle1 of the thegroat thegreat thegreat
great firm which today thinks in mU millions mUlions mUliotis ¬
lions This year ear they paid 10COQOO for a aplat aplat apInt
plat 6f 6 land in Fifth avenue New York Yorkfor Yorkfor Yorkfor
for the erection of a block of o sumptuous sumptuousart sumptuousart sumptuousat
art galleries and as an example 9ample of their theirresources theirresources theirresources
resources It might be mentioned that thatthree thatthree thatthree
three years ago they paid nearly 5000 5000
000 for the th thp celebrated Rudolph Kann col collection collection collection ¬
lection of old masters It was the late lateSir lateSir lateSir
Sir Joseph who gave c20OOO 20000 for a now nowTurner nowTurner nowTurner
Turner Wing at Mllbank VLANBUR VLANBURCopyright 1LA ILANUURCopyright JUIR JUIRCo
Copyright Co Tlght 1910 bj Mcclure Newspaper eTpaIJCr Sjndfouo SjndfouoBy 8001010Dy Syndierrefly
By VaT of Suggestion SuggestionFrom SngestlonFrom SuggestionFrom
From TitHits TitHitsA TitnitsA
A pewhfllder pewh ilder once came from His parish parishchurch parishcl1urch parishchurch
church to the tl bishop with the complaint complnlntthat jomplaintthat complaintthat
that a stranger had intruded Into his hispew hilipew hispew
pew He said I would not disturb di divine divIne dlvine ¬
vine service by ejecting him but I took tookthe tookthe tookthe
the slight liberty of sitting on his hat
5
HOW LANE SAW WASHINGTON WASHINGTONAlthough WASHINGTONA1tllough WASHINGTONAlthough
Although Only OirlyEIghtysix Elghtynlx Virginian VirginianMnkea VlrglnlaUak VirginianInke
Mnkea Uak Inke a Satl Sa1Ict Sntisfsctoiy fctpry Explanation ExplanationWaahiBicK Esplann ExplanationWashirtettan Jon JonWaahlltgt
WaahiBicK l Letter to Chicago Eninios Er nJDIt lint PoatIn loot lootIn lintIn
In Washington lives l1ve John Lane a de descendant descendent deaccndont ¬
scendant on his father tatherslde side of an old oldVirginia oldVirginia
Virginia YI nla family and on his mothers side sideof sideof
of an old New England family Mr MrLane MrLane
Lane is eightysix years of age For Forsome Forsome Forsome
some years he has hft liked to puzzle people peoplewhom peoplewhom peoplewhom
whom be met by 1 telling them that he heT h hloas lievs
T loas as the only onl living parson so who ever everdaw everE8W everfsaw
daw Goora Goorfo Washington Now aa Wash Washington WashIngton WashIngton ¬
ington died In 1798 and as Mr Lane Is Isonly Isonly isonly
only eightysix olght lx years ears old It It can be un understood undeMtood underrtood ¬
derstood that persons to whom the state statement stateInent stateinent ¬
Inent of having seen George Washington Washingtonwas VashlngtonWIUI
was made were naturally naturall incredulous incredulousand Incredulousand incredulousand
and looked on their Informant as either eitherbeing eitherbeing eitherbeing
being something of a joker or as being beingsomething beingftomethlnc beingsomething
something which they did not care to tomention tomention tomention
mention when facing him himWhell himWhen
When tho old Virginian has excited excitedcuriosity excitedcuriosity excitedcuriosity
curiosity or Incredulity InoreduUt to the highest highestpitch hlgh highestpitch < t tpitch
pitch ho will make explanation When Whenhe Whenhe Whenhe
he was wa a boy bo about ten years ear old ol he was wasstanding wastandlng wasstanding
standing on the road In Georgetown Georgetownwhen Goorgetownwhen Georgetownwhen
when a Mount Vernon stage coach passed
The Th driver knew the boy and asked him himif himIt himIf
if he wanted a ride He did and he heclimbed haclimbed heclimbed
climbed up and took his seat beside tho thodriver thodrlvor thedriver
driver and stuck there all the way to toMount toMount toMount
Mount Vernon It happened that at the thetime thetitno
time of their arrival the body of Wash ¬
ington was being moved trdrn the old oldtomb oldtomb oldtomb
tomb to the new one and In order to tomake tomake tomake
make sure that the ghouls who had en entered enterd entuned ¬
tuned tho old sepulcher some time before beforhad
had not disturbed the remains of the theFather theFaUler theFather
Father of His Country Countr the coffin was wasopened waspened wasopened
opened and tho bey Lane was lifted liftedupto 1ItteduJtto liftedupto
upto look upon the face of the First FirstAmerican FiratAmertcan FirstAmerican
American So It is that today Mr MrLane MrLane MrLane
Lane can say truthfully that he ia ir the theonly theonly theonly
only living person who over saw George GeorgeWashington GoorgeWashington GeorgeWashington
Washington Everybody else who was waspresent waspreacnt waspresent
present preacnt at the removal of tho remains remainsdied romalnsdied remainsdied
died long ago agoATE agoATE agoATE
ATE WHAT SHE ORDERED ORDEREDIf ORDEREDor
or orIt
If She Vati nll Deceived by the French FrencnMenu FrencllIenn FrenchMenu
Menu She Did Not Let On OnFran OnPJ1llil Onzmi
Fran zmi Ute Cfenaad OM Plato l a Outer OuterA De ltr ltrseltp
A 4 selfpossessed seltp SHIIScd young woman strolled strolledInto stronoJInto strolledInto
Into one of the larger downtown cafes cafeaShe cateaSIIe cafesShe
She spoke to the waiter in that decisive decisivetone dedstnton decisivetotro
tone ton which distinguishes tho initiated initiatedand Initiatedand 1itiatedand
and glanced Ianeed over the French bill of fare farewith fa fawiUt farewith
with the nonchalant air of a Parlslenne ParlslenneTil PrlsienneIll
Ill have she began firmly as she sheplunged shotIUlllfed sheplunged
plunged into the soa of French dishes dishesIll dIshes1n dishesIll
Ill have havelet vJet let me see Hoob seeoh oh yes 08 IM have havesome haveIIOft1e havesome
some bisque bI u torteni a sultana roll rollpommes rollJ rollpommea
J pommes de terre and a little of that thatfromage thattromae thatfrome
fromage And garcon you Ou might as aswell aswell aswell
well bring mo a cup of coffee coffeeThe coffeeThe coffeeThe
The waiter alt r gasped Ho started to tospeak totteak tosIiek
speak > but the th young woman froze him himwith hImwith himwith
with one ne of those Icy stares peculiar peculiarto
to th the thoroughly sophisticated sophisticatedAnd 8OphlsUeat6dAnd sophisticatedAnd
And the order arrived arrJvedtwo two kinds of ofices otI ofIces
ices I boiled potatoes and a piece of ofcheese otebeeH ofcheese
cheese But she ate it as It she had hadbeen hadbeBtt hadbeen
been used to that sort of diet all her herlife herUte herlife
life X XThey 1 1They
UteThe
They say In restaurants grillrooms grillroomsand grillroomsaDd grfiroomaand
and cafes that its quite customary euatordaf for forguests torwho forguests
guests who are handed nIIerI a I French card to toorder toorder toorder
order boiled eggs and four varieties of ofstewed otstewed ofstewed
stewed prunes when they the really ro Uy want a aroast arout aroast
roast of pork and apple sauce MU e The Theyoung Tbeyoung
young 7055111 womans mistake ml take was wasnot not unusual unusualMATRIMONIAL thtuliUal1rfATR unusualMATRiMoNIAL
MATRIMONIAL 1rfATR MATRiMoNIAL MONIAL PERILS PERILSWenllh PERILSenltb PERILSWealth
Wealth enltb Apparently Not ot Conducive Conduciveirt
irt t Conjugal Felicity FelicityPhm FcllcltyFftIa FelicityFrom
From tb tile OMo State Stat JOHCM JOHCMWealth J JWealth Jssusl JssuslWealth
Wealth seems to be a constant OOIIst nt menace menaceto menaceto menaceto
to matrimony One can hardly open a apaper aPAper apaper
paper thai th he does not see an account accountof accountot accountof
of a fuss between a millionaire and his hiswife blswife hiswife
wife Of Oln nh 11 tho events illustrating the thegood thegood thegood
good old Scriptural Injunction that the thelove theJove thehove
love of money is s the root of all evil the thedisturbance th thm thedisturbance
disturbance m turbance of the domestic relations of ofthe otthe ofthe
the owners af vast wealth Is the most mostfrequent mostfreque mostfrequent
frequent t and convincing convincingThis eonvlnclngThI8 convincingThis
This fact is in strange contrast contrajit with withthe withthe withthe
the humble home of moderate means meanswhere meanswbore meanswhore
where family joy jO and conjugal love hold holdsway holdWay holdsway
sway Way Great wealth has its fascinations fascinationsand t fascinationsand clnaUons clnaUonsand
and its perils as well They go together togetherBut togetherBut togetherBut
But tho tbocomfortable comfortable home with plenty to toeat toeat toeat
eat and wear and music and books booksaround booksarowu booksaround
around arowu with parental pride in the love loveof 101of loveof
of their children beats bGl all the palaces palacesreeking palac06reekl palacesreeking
reeking reekl g with gold for really rull wholesome wholesomesafe WhoINOmete wholesomeante
safe te enjoyment enjoymentThere enjoymentTheft enjoymentThere
There is no need in reaching far out outfor outfor outfor
for that contentment which makes lifo lifosweet UCoSYoHt lifesweet
sweet and noble A true home is not notmade notmade notmade
made of riches but of a spirit of mutual mutualrespect mutuftlretJpecl mutualrespect
respect and forbearance and of a phll phllosophy phllOIIOphy philosophy
osophy that Invades the simple facts of o olit oflife j
life lit with a t divine meaning and a sacred sacredpurpose sacredpurpose sacredpurpose
purpose Ho who has such a home may mayhave mn mnhave mayhave
have a pity for those who have not notJOKE notJOKE notJOKE
JOKE CARRIED TOO FAR FARMlHcliIefnmklnpr FARl1Iellletmnliln PARMiscliiefnrniclng
FARI I
MlHcliIefnmklnpr Letter Hail Un II Oppo Opposite OP1101 OP1101IIlte Opposite ¬
site Effect on Loving Couple CoupleVnm ConpleIIma Coupleyrmi
Vnm the Youngttmni Telegram TolegnmThe ToIetnmThe TelegramThe
The presence of a young college student studentwho studentwbo studentwho
who dropped into the city tho other day dayunexpectedly da daunexpectedly dayunexpectedly
unexpectedly has caused no end of gossip gossipamong gossipmong gossipamong
among hit friends not to mention the theshock theshock theshock
shock that naturally resulted in the thehousehold thehou thehousehold
household hou bold of his immediate relatives relativesThe reJnUvesThe relativesThe
The young man astounded his family familywith fa familywith m 11 11with
with the announcement that he would be bewith be1th bewith
with 1th them a afow few to days daysIt daSIt daysIt
It didnt remain a secret long An In Intimate Inttmate inthflte ¬
timate friend with a sense of humor less lessworthy lessworthy lessworthy
worthy of a blackface minstrelsy minstrels of oftwenty ortwenty oftwenty
twenty years ago wrote the young col collegian collegian collegian ¬
legian to the effect that his hL < girl was wasabout wasabout wasabout
about to marry a rival of the student studentCoincidently studentCoincidently tudentColncldenU
Coincidently ColncldenU communication between the thepair thepair tirepair
pair has inadvertently been allowed to tolag to1ag tolag
lag about that time and It didnt require requirepersuasive requlrorsulve requirepersuasive
persuasive rsulve argument agum nt to convince the theyoung theyoung theyoung
young undergraduate that something was wasup wasup wasup
up He rushed for the first train and andstrangely andstrangely andstrangely
strangely enough the first person he rec recognized ree reeognlzed necognizod ¬
ognized upon his return home was this thissame thisame tiui tiuisame
same young lady ladyThe ladyThe ladyThe
The fuss she made over him and the thesurprise thesurprise theSurprise
surprise which his visit occasioned o cnsloned more morethan morethan morethan
than made up for the anxiety which the theletter thelattor theletter
letter caused u ed From now on there will beore be bemore bemore
more ore letters between the young oun couple couplewhile couplGwhile couplewhile
while those of the intimate friend will be bediscontinued bediscontinued bediscontinued
discontinued by request requestWOMANS requeslWOMANS S
WOMANS BIPLANE A SUCCESS SUCCESSFormer SUCCESSlornler SUCCESSFormer
Former Secretary Seeret Secretnr to Mrs 2lr Russell RnmtcIISage RntlHellSngc RussellSage
Sage Seen Her Ambition Realized RealizedFian RcnlhcdllWI RealizedYasur
Fian the New York Tribwe TribweAfter TrlbtalltAtter TdbuaeAfter
After several years of effort during duringwhich duringwhich duringwhich
which time she suffered many mnn disappoint disappointments disappointments disappointmeats ¬
meats ments Miss E Lillian Todd realized her herhopes herhopc herhopes
hopes when a biplane the work of her herhands herhands herhands
hands and brain flew across the avia aviation iwiation vla vlation ¬
tion field here Miss Todd has the finnn financial finnnclal finnncml ¬
cial backing of Mrs Russell Sage whose whoseprivate whoseprivate whoseprivate
private secretary she formerly f9 merly was A Agoodsized Agoodtltzd Agoodsized
goodsized crowd was 6n n hand to wit witH9S6 wltIt witnose
nose It the trial of the machine D Mas Masson 1nsson Masson
son took It up He ran It across ncross the theground thecround theground
ground then went w nt Into the air for twenty twentyfeet twentyfeet tweptyfeet
feet and made a turn at the far end endreturning endreturnln endreturning
returning returnln to the stnrtlnj place pll ce where he hewas hewas hewas
was enthusiastically enthyslastl ally received recelegThe recoivoiThe j
The uppor planes of the machine are areshaped arosaaped areshaped
shaped like the th wings nss of a bird when in Infl inflight I Inteht
flight fl bt while the he lower ones aro level levelTn levelT levelT
Tn T machine is higher than the ordinary ordinarybiplane ordinitrabiplane fdlnnr fdlnnrJlplane
biplane the chassis being b lng about five flv feet feethigh teethigh feethigh
high highS
S Wellington and IHncher DlucbcrJ flincherFma j jFMM
FMM J the London ftrooid C11roa1ck C11roa1ckI j
I remember the touching anecdote of ofhow othow ofiron
how the Iron Duke and that old Prussian Prussianwarrior Ffusslan Ffusslanwarrior PyusslanwarrIor
warrior Blucher met upon the field fl la of ofWaterloo otrltterloo ofWaterloo
Waterloo rltterloo and mingled their tears over overthe overthe overthe
the bodies of the slain j Tho wellknown wellknownand wellknownAnd wellknowpand
and much moro probable story stop is told toldof toldor toldof
of the latter that having bean b6n enter ontortained ontOItalned entertamed
tamed at a city clt dinner nnd thoroughly thoroughlyenjoyed thoroughlenjoyed thoroughlyenjoyed
enjoyed its gorgeous hospitality he h de delighted deIIgbted tielighted ¬
lighted his hosts by b his admiration of ofLondon oCIo ofLoiadon
London Io don concluding however with the thestartling thfstaLt1ing theetartling
startling exclamation What a splendid splendidcity splendidcity splendidcity
city it would be to sack
AT THE HOTELS HOTELSJ H TELS TELSJ
J Pierpont Morgan Morganthe the worlds great greatest greatest greatest ¬
est flnanajer and art Maecenas Is at atthe Dotthe atthe
the New WJUard rllard He did not resistor resistorhe reglsterihe
he never does wherever he may be beThat beThat beThat
That Is one of his peculiarities and andthere andth andthere
there th re Is a reason Whenever the man manof man manof manof
of millions Is In this city there is much muchactivity fuuah fuuahactivity inuchactivity
activity among newspaper correspond correspondents correspondents correspondents ¬
ents to get Hnt next > t to him for a story storyAs storyAs storyAs
As a rule they are disappointed dlsap1 Qlnted > for Mr MrMorgan MrMor MrMorgan
Morgan Mor an seldom talks for publication publicationWhen publlCftU publicationWhen n nWhen
When he does there te a reason He Hedid Hedid Hodid
did not have much to say ether than thanthat thanthat thanthat
that If he had any news he would be beonly beonly beonly
only too glad to dispense it It was sug suggested suggested suggested ¬
gested to him blmthat that ho might be here In Inconnection Inconnoctfon Inconnection
connection with the hearing hearln of the rail railroad railroad ¬ I Irond
road presidents before the interstate interstateCommerce IIttorstateCommerce InterstateCommerce
Commerce Commission Mr Morgan pro protested pro protested ¬ S I Itested
tested that this was not the case that thathe thathe thathe
he would try to leave town before the therailroad ther therailroad
railroad r llroad presidents pull In Again It was wassuggested wasuggc wassuggested
suggested uggc ted to him that ho might be here hereIn herefn herein
In conpection with the meeting of the thetrustees thotrustees thetrusteos
trustees of the Peabody Fund and ho hosaid hosard hosaid
said that that might be the case He Hethought Heth Hethought
thought th ught it would be a a good Idea not to toInform toInCorm toinform
Inform the public that he is In town townAnother townAnother townAnother
Another man about whom much was wasprinted wasprinted wasprinted
printed during the last political JX Utlaal cam campaign campalgn campaign ¬
paign is at the New WillardJohn Llnd Llndformer Lind Lindtormcr Lindformer
former governor of Minnesota The TheDemocratic TheJemocratlc Theemoatic
Democratic emoatic party at its last State con convention convention convention ¬
vention made every effort to persuade persuadeMr persuadeMr persuadeMr
Mr LInd to accept the gubernatorial gubernatorialnomination gubernatorIalnomination gubernatorialnomination
nomination but he remained adamant adamantto
to their arguments and appeals Gov GovLlnd OovLind 0evLind
Lind said that he Is hero on business the thenature thenature thenature
nature of which he did not specify He Hexvns HeVn Hotvas
xvns Vn asked his opinion regarding the thepolitical thepoUtical thopolltical
political outlook and was assured that thatby tl1atby thatby
by outlook was meant the other one onenot onenot onenot
not T Rs Gov Lind smiled and said saidthat Midthat saidthat
that the latter was not an Issue disposed disposedof dlspoiedof
of by any an means That is lsall all the Min Mlnnesotan Minnesotan Mm Mmneotan
nesotan vouchsafed vouchsafedRay vouchsafedRa vouchsafedRay
Ray Ra Stannard Baker of New ew York Yorkassociate Yorkassoqlate Yorkassoqiate
associate assoqiate editor of McClures Is at attbe attbeShor the theShoroham theSliorOham
Shoroham ShorohamLieut Shor SliorOhamLieut ham
Lieut Mallarml Lieut Jolibols and andLieut andLieut andLimit
Lieut Baron de Meslon of France France are areat are8t areat
at the Shoreham These cavalry officers offloorswere offlciirsware officerswere
were detailed by the French government governmentto
to the New York Horse Show They Theyrepresent Theyrepresent Theyrepresent
represent Frances most celebrated celebrat car carairy OILYair cayairy
airy air school but failed to land in the theribbons th8ribbons theribbons
ribbons at the show The Englishmen Englishmencontesting EngUehmene Englishmencontesting
contesting e ntNUng carried oft the honors ever evertheir Overtheir evertheir
their American Am 1can and other European n com competitors competitors cornpetitors ¬
petitors The three French officers cre created created areated ¬
ated a mild sensation late yesterday aft afternoon afternoon Lt Lternoon ¬
ernoon a na they promenaded down FIt Fifteenth FItteenth Fitteentit ¬
teenth street and along F in their full fullregimental tullrelmontal fullregimental
regimental uniforms consisting of 0 red redtrousers fledttOulieJs sadtrousers
trousers black tunics braided and andtrimmed arultrlm3led apdtrimmed
trimmed with 1th black fur red JcopiM k PIIi and andclanking aDdclanking adclanking
clanking cavalry sab saber r and rattling rattlingspurs rattliDCpurs rattlingspurs
spurs purs They Th The were entirely oblivious to tothe tothe tothe
the fact that they were attracting more moreattention moreattentJon mereattention
attention than a cirtfus cirtfusBaron etrcUsBaron eirtusBaron
Baron James Rothschild who was re recently nocently ¬ j jNntJy
cently In this city with his kinsman the theHon UteHon theHon
Hon Neil Primrose M P second son sonef ionaf sonof
ef Lord Rosebery whoso wlf w1ft was Milan MlissHannah l1iUHannah MilanHannah
Hannah Rothschild is a son of Baron BaronEdmond BaroQEdmond BatonEdmond
Edmond Rothschild and has Inherited Inheritedfrom InheritedfrDm inheriedfrom
from his father who belong belon to the thePronch thePronch theProrich
Pronch Jockey J ocker Club a pronounced taste tastefor tutefor tastefor
for the turf Edmond Rothschild Roth child like likehie likehi likehis
his brother broth r Gustave and the late Al Alphonsa AJphonse Alphonsa
phonsa de Rothschild is a eon se of the theold theold theold
old Baron Rothschild who played so soimportant soImportAnt soImportant
important a role in Parisian lifeduring lifeduringthe life during duringthe duringthe
the reign of King Louis Lou Philippe and or orNapoJeon ofNapoleon
Napoleon III being indeed the founder foumterand founr1erand founderand
and chief of tho French branch of the tteflrm thefirm th thlines
firm flrmThere linesThere
firmThere
There is one feature about the Roth Rothschilds Rothsehllds Rothschids ¬
schilds which it may be worth wfelle to tomention tomention tomention
mention here in connection with the late latevisit latevisit latevisit
visit of Baron James A rule which the theRothschilds theRothsehUds theRothachilds
Rothschilds make is never to appeal to tothe tothe
the courts or to the police m In n the eases easesof CfUMSot casesof J
of those e who have defrauded the firm in inthe Inthe Inthe
the slightest degree Of < cofosar corsetey corseteyare tHey tHeyare tJleyare
are like all other bankers occasionally occasionallytho
tho victims victlmsof of dishonesty But neither neitherthe neitherthe neitherthe
the police nsr nor the public ever hear about aboutthe aboutthe
the matter from them This fcas ias always alwaysbeen alwaysbeen
been a principle of the thehee heads s of the thehouse tbehOMe thehouse
house who take the ground that it la labetter 18better Inbetter
better to boar their t lr losses in silence silencethan dancethAn nOosethan
than to disturb popular confidence con denee m the thesafety thesalet theSafety
safety salet of the concern by allowing it to tobo tobo tobe
bo known that its treasures are not ade adequately adequ adoquately ¬
quately qu toly safeguarded s Thus Tha nobody nobedrwould nebtclYwould nobodywould
would hat learned of the fact that the theestate theestAte theestate
estate of the late Baron Nathaniel NathanielRothschild NathaaJRot NathanielRothoehild
Rothschild Rot hlld of Vienna had bean her defraud defrauded defraudeel ¬ I
eel of more than two millions m Uon by Julius JuliusSchuster JuliusSchuster JuliusSchuster
Schuster one of the most trusted em employes employes empioyes ¬
ployes of the firm had It not been be for forthe forthe forthe
the fact fa facj t that the man had tho Incredible IncredibleImpudence lnerecltbleImpudi Incrediblelmpuddhce
Impudence Impudi 1ce to threaten proceedings for forhis forhis forhis
his dismissal expecting apparently that thatthe thatthe thatthe
the desire of the th Rothschilds to avoid avoidnotoriety avoidnotoriety l lnotoriety
notoriety at all costs would lead them themto themto thornto
to make still further pecuniary pe tlnlary < sacri sacrifices stlcrtftees sacriflees ¬
flees in order to secure his silence In Inthis Inthis Inthis
this lie was disappointed disappointedThe diSAppoIntedThe disappointedThe
The Mexican Mex an troubles will bo settled by bythe bytho bythe
the Mexican government and the Amen American Am8 Amencan i ican ¬
can government will not in any an way in interfere Interfere interfere ¬
terfere according to James R R Wttttains Wttttainsof WIIUgI WIIUgIof
of Mexico and New York who was as seen seenat soanat seenat
at the Raleigh last night nightThe nightThe nightTire
The present disturbances are primarily primarilyaimed primarilYaImed pninisrilyaimed
aimed at t the Americans said Mr Ir Will Williams W11Iiams Willlams ¬
iams Mexicans in certain parts of ofMexico otMexleo oftexieo
Mexico especially where American In Interests interests Interests ¬
terests predominate are becoming afraid araidof 1 1of 0of
of the evergrowing American Influence InfluencePresident In influencePresident ueeee ueeeePresident
President Diaz of Mexico Is the friend friendof friendot friendof
of America and the protector of Ameri American AmerIcan mer mercan ¬
can interests in Mexico he having at attracted attraeted attracted ¬
tracted those interests Intere ts to his country countrysince countrysince countrysince
since he became a political power In his hisland hisI hisland
land I nd The Th American government is aware awareof awarot awareof
of tho fact that Diaz is Americas cham champion cbampion cirnmpbon ¬
pion In every way wa and will therefore thereforesupport thertoresupport thereforesupport
support him and approve his every over action actionin actionIn actionin
in putting down the present disturbance disturbanceBy dlltumaDeeBy disturbanceBy
By rebelling against Diaz those who are aroat ar arat areat
at tho bottom of the revolt are aiming aiminga
a blow at American interests interestsA
A speech of the Prince Pr 1c of Wales now nowKing D nowKing W WKing
King George on nationalism I tlonaUem i is at the thepresent thepresorit e eprosortt
present time discussed in England EnglandbQtrlng as asbearing asbearing
bearing on the present pr ent question of Irish Irishhomo IrishhomB Irishhome
homo ruleJi rule said G T Youngs of Leeds LeedsEngland LeedsEngland LeedsEngland
England who Is at the Arlington In Ina Ina Ina
a speech delivered last year eer at a banquet banquetof
of the Highland Society Soclot of London the theprince theprince 1 1princ
prince gave utterance to views on the thesubject thesubject thesubject
subject of federation ftnd and d nationalism nationalismAfter naUomillimAfter nationalismAfter
After calling upon tho Highlanders to toput toput toput
put forth all thoir power and all their theirinfluence Utet Utetinfluence theirinluextee
influence inluextee to prevent any interference interferencewith Interforoncewith interferencewith
with their individuality their customs customstheir customstheir customstheir
their literature nnd their traditions as asHighlanders asHighlanders asIighlandars
Highlanders he said that the glory of ofthe otthe ofthe
the empire could best be upheld in a aunited aunited aunited
united flag by keeping alive in its Inhab Inhabitants Inhabitants inrabitants ¬
itants the local racial and nationalist nationalistdistinctions nationalistdistinctions nationalistdistinctions
distinctions of f English Scottish Irish IrishWelsh IrishWelsh IrishWelsh
Welsh Canadian and Australasians Australasiansthereby Autralaslansthereby Australasiansthereby
thereby creating a generous emulation be between between between ¬
tween them which under ono flag and amiunder am amlInder andunder
under the suzerainty of one free federal federalgovernment foderalgoornm federalgovernment
government goornm nt may maypromoto promote the good and andglory andglory andglory
glory of the whole empire empireIt empireIt
It is difficult 111 1cult to construe this as any anything anything anything ¬
thing else lse than an expression of royal royalsympathy royalsympathy royalsympathy
sympathy for the cause of nationalism nationalismin
in Ireland The prince expressly recom recommendad recommended rocommended
mended the keeping alive of the national nationalist ¬
ist spirit not only in Scotland but also in inIreland tnIreland hiIreland
Ireland thus confirming tie impression impraesionto
to the effect that he regards with flavor flavorthe favor favortha fayerthe
the alms of the nationalists in Ireland Irelandseeing IrelandseeIng Irelandseeing
seeing in the development develop developjnent 1ent of nationalism nationalisma
a source not of weakness weaheea ea hoss but oC 0 strength strengthto
to the empire empireThe omplreJ empireTire
The lieriri J Germ of Happiness lInpPlneuFrom ilappirresriFrom HappinessFrom
From thcAUnta Ute AlJllntA Csfistltstioo CsfistltstiooHo CsUtwtlHo CsaatltstiseHo
Ho was happy on a a pint measure measuresays meaeureays measurenays
says ays a BHlvlllfr philosopher but never neverobjected neverbjeetod nevertbjeetad
objected to A gallon gIllto Jug ug If h Ill had In Indwell todwell fedwell ¬
dwell In the valley V1l1l ho eontpnte contpntff1 < l him himself hImBOlt himself ¬
self with th the thought t 1Durht that User WU WMnothing WUnotbl WUnothing
nothing notbl but td torni m nnt nn nd thunder thund on tho thohilltop thohUlWp tirehilltop
hilltop anyway nnd they all hay haw to toget toget toget
get back bu k to t the simple life Ht In the end endThus endThus endThus
Thus on the rugged pathway of life lifehe liCehe
he preserved an even souL

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