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THURSDAY TH tSDA Y DECEMBER IS IL mOo IMflWashington mOoWashington 191 191Waslthigton
Washington for the Exposition ExpositionIt xpositionIt xosition xositionIt
It ic to be hoped that all cltisens of ofWashington orVuhinltcm otWEMngton
Washington and those intorostod in the thematerial thematerial thematerial
material and artistic ar t1e welfare fare of the Na Nations Na11ons Nations ¬
tions Capital will heartily hoe rtfly Indorse the thoaction theadion theattion
action of the th Chamber of Commerce Commercelooking CommercelooQng CommQrcO1ookng
looking tojsecuring to aecurbg the holding of the thoPanama thePanama thePananrn
Panama duial ctna1 al Exposition hero Keen Kaonas Keenas Keenas
as J jg the rivalry between New Orleans Orleansand Orloonaand Orleansand
and San Francisco for the honor of hold holding holdIng holdIng ¬
ing this t th exposition there thOlrahave nave boon no nological nologi nologIcal
logical logi al reason advanced that show that thateither thateitber thateither
either city ia more fit than this On Onthe Onthe Onthe
the other hand there are many reasons reasonswhy r0880Mwhy reasonswhy
why Washington Wuhl Is the better place placeTh p1o6The plo ploThe
Th The international character Q araeter of the cola colabration eal ealbration OO10bratlon
bration that should take place when the thecanal thecanal thecanal
canal is formally opened is one of the thestrongest thestronp thestrongt
strongest t arguments arpmontsin in 11 Washington Washingtonfavor 1Y1WI WashIngtonsfavor DstQn DstQntavor
favor Here is the seat of the nations nationsdiplomacy natlgnsdiplomacy natlns natlnsdiplomacy
diplomacy and hero is the place to ask askthe oakthe askthe
the representatives of foreign govern governments government governmeats ¬
meats to be our guests guestsThe GIMtsThe gue tL tLThe
The exposition if f there is to ba one oneshould one oneshould oneitioukl
should by nil 11 means milk be free tr from any anytaint anytaint anyttnt
taint of commereiatisra co That is 111 it itshould Itshould Itshould
should be in BO aoaae lilt a moneymaking moneymakingscheme moneyJDLktD8ohfllDe moneymakinghma
scheme hma The very verf fact that both San SanFrancisco SanJrandllCO SanFrancisco
Francisco and nd New Orleans have raised raisedlarge raHdlarle raIsedlarge
large sums of money to secure the ex exposition axpcWtfon oxposition ¬
position and promise to ask no financial fineaelalaid ftnaBeIa1aid financialaid
aid from the government shows that la laeither iaeilher Ineither
either place the Panama ama Canal Exposi Exposition ExpotIItion Expollion ¬
tion will be sore to have a strong com commercial comJnerela1 corninerelal ¬
mercial side and there will be 1 beIs is bound boundto boundto boundto
to be h6JlULDY many devices devte to get at back part at atleast atleast atleast
least of the money subscribed If tho thoexposition thotion theexposItion
exposition tion war were hold in Washington 1 1would it itwould Itwould
would be as it sh should uld be be purely a gov governmental governmon governmonlal ¬
ernmental ernmon tl function fitn lon though in com commemoration commemonttion cornrnemortion ¬
memoration of the completion oompl tJ n of a bit bitof bitnf bitof
of the worlds world work of such vast mill magnitude millnitude megnitude ¬
nitude tho celebration should be a worthy worthyone worthyone worthyone
one oneIt oneIt
It has It been suggested suge tGd that the exposi exposition expo oxpoeltion i itlon ¬
tion might be the moans U of securing for forWashington forWUhlntrtoa forWashington
Washington some public buildings b Udtnp that thatshould th8tshould thatshould
should help to carry out the plans of ofIEnfaat orlEnfDt oflEnfant
IEnfaat for tho beautifying of the theCapital theCapital theCapital
Capital This could easily be doae if ifCongress IfConcr IfCongre
Congress Concr saw w fit and Congress would wouldhave wouldhave wouldhave
have tha satisfaction of knowing that thatmoney t atmoney thatmoney
money used for such tzli a purpose o would wouldbe wouJdbe wouldbe
be an expenditure oqen tturo that would better tho thoentire thoenUre theentire
entire nation nationIf natJonIt untlonIt
It we could o u1d imagine JmalI a celebration such suchas suchas
as this will be be or or should be be faille falling to tothe tothe tothe
the lot of any of the other great na nations notlo nalions ¬
lions tlo we can see how inappropriate l pproprlato we wewould wewonld wewonid
would regard r d it if tho function were wereheld W6l01u werehold
held 1u Jd at any place but that nations nation capi capital capitaJ cap captal ¬
tal It it be necessary nec6 Mry to havo bav an ox oxposition oxpo oxposition
position po national dignity and pride de demand demand domend ¬
mand Umt it be hold hero
A Parisian Par avjater foil GOO feat without withoutinjury withoutinjUry withoutInjury
injury Thats That just the way prices are arefalling aretal11ng arefalling
falling toe toeTJninterred tDUninterred toeUnintorred
TJninterred John Paul Paui Jones JonesThere JonesThere zonesThere
There is i something s methlng ethlftC approaching apprQ lng the thedUtgraeoful thed thedsgraofu
dUtgraeoful d l if not tho downright scan scandalous 1iC6JldaloU scandalous ¬
dalous in the ti fact that the remains of ofJohn ofJohn ofJohn
John Paul Jones a national hero as asSecretary asSecrotary asSecretary
Secretary Meyer properly describes d rlbo him himin himIn himin
in the annual roport of the head of the theNary tieNavy e eNavy
Navy Deportment have been at the theNaval theNavnl theNaval
Naval Academy sineo 1095 iDO without ap appropriate flpproprillto nppropriate ¬
propriate interment It does not seam seamthat soomthat seemthat
that long since tho remains were werecolvod re received r rcoIv6d ¬
ceived at tho Naval Academy with im impressive ImJre tinpressivo ¬
pressive Jre lve ceremonies It is understood understoodthey undo13toodthey understoodthey
they now repose on a temporary stand standbeneath standbon standbeneath
beneath bon th the main stairway of the build buildIns buildfng buildlog
Ins used as the th dormitory and moss hall hallof ballot hailof
of the midshipmen It is about tho t o last lastplaco Jastplace lastDlaco
place for the keeping of the remains of oftho ottho ofthe
tho dead whether heroic horole or not It Itseams Itseems ItBooms
seams strange that the naval authorl authorities authorlties authorlUse ¬
ties have not been b n able Jo o obtain a bet better bettel bettar ¬
tel location for those honored bones It ItIs It1B ItIs
Is probably duo to the excessive demand demandwhich domandwblch demandwhich
which was made upon Congress s In the theform theform theform
form of an estimate Umate for an appropria appropriation opproprlotion approprialion ¬
tion of not loss than SU5000 135000 for the pur purpose purPOH purpose ¬
pose of constructing a orypt or mauso mausoleum maU6Qlown mausoloam ¬
loam Two years ago the Senate passed passedthe pas passedthe ed edthe
the bill carrying this appropriation but butthe butthe outtho
the Hoas Hoosa < j failed to agree to the allot allotment aUotmrnt allotmeat ¬
meat Annually the th Navy Department Departmenthas Dopartmenthas
has urged the appropriation of this thisamount thIsamount thisamount
amount and for this thl purpose and this thisyear thisYMr thisyear
year the tb Secretary of tho Navy renews renewsthe l1Inoysthe renewsthe
the recommendation recommendationThat rocomm6tK1ationThat recommendationThat
That is a laro lar amount to appropriate appropriateespecially appropriateIy appropriateespocialty
especially Iy in a period of economy for a amausoleum amauMTlum amausoleum
mausoleum The question will naturally naturallyoccur naturallyoccur naturallyoccur
occur why the present cOstly c stly chapol as asIt asIt asIt
It is i too modestly termed cannot some somewhere somewhere somewhere ¬
where within Its precincts provide a asuitable aultablo amutable
suitable resting place for the remains remainsof romalnof
of John ehn Paul Jones For that matter matterthe matterthe matterthe
the interment might be in the tb Naval NavalAcademy NavalAcadiUTY NavalAcademy
Academy cemetery along with othor othorheroes othorhcroQ otherheroes
heroes who have bav passed away In which whichevent whIchevoot whichevent
event a fitting monumont could be beerected beerected I Ierected
erected at much lose expanse than the the135cOo
135000 135 0 nocesfewy neceary for a mausoloumf mausolurn r Or Orthe Orth OrthA
the th remains might m ht bo Interred In the the na national national naUcani ¬
tional cemetery at Arlington ArlingtonJohn ArlingtonJohn ArlingtonJohn
John Paul Jones is entitled in com com
mamoration of o his deeds de ds to an the t enduring en endurlng elFduring
during honor h nor whitih wbl b it t Is possible posSible to be bestow be bestow bestow ¬
stow by a gmtef grateful ul nation but as long lOngCongioss as asCongress asCong
Congress Cong ms seems disposed dl Scd to do nothing nothingalong nolhlngo1o nothingalong
along o1o the the line suggested for the tho lost five fiveyears fiveyears liveyears
years by the Navy Deportment there therewould therewould therewould
would appear to be no reason why tho thonaval thGnuvnl th thnaval
naval authorities should not proceed to todo to todo todo
do thq next oxt best thing with such facili facilities faciUties facillties ¬
ties and opportunities as are afforded affordedtiibm affordedthcm affordedthbm
tiibm thbm at Annapolis The present vr 50nt situa situation situation aitnalion ¬
tion closely approaches the t e grewsoma grewsomaand grewsomeand growsomoand
and suggests a flippancy on the part of ofmidshipmen otmllIshIpmen ofmidshipmen
midshipmen who should be impressed or orInspired orInspired orInspired
Inspired rather rnth r than provoked to ridicule ridiculeas ridlouleM
as is now the case caseA aseA caseA
A Toledo man swallowed a dollar the theother thoother theother
other day and they charged him 100 100 to tocut tocut tocut
cut It out of him him That shows how tho thomiddleman thomiddleman themiddleman
middleman soaks the ultimate consumer consumerMuckraking consumerMuckraking consumerIituckraking
Muckraking Accomplishment AccomplishmentA comp1ishmentIt
A good deal has been said snd first and andlost andlost andlast
lost lost about the harm that has been done doneby doneby doneby
by what has come to be known as asmuckraking asmuckradng I Imuckrnking
muckraking by the magazines which whichto wblchto whichto
to a certain extent tX ent at least havo been baenusurping boOlDI beenusurping
I usurping the powers and privileges once oncethe oncethe oncethe
the exclusive property of tho dally news newspaper newspaper newspaper ¬
paper One striking instance of this thismuckraking thismuckraklng thismuckraking
muckraking was tho assault some somotime sometimo sometime
time ago on Trinity Church Corporation Corporationwhich Corporationwhich Corporationwhich
which investigation showed was the thowealthy thewaltby thewealthy
wealthy owner of curtain rackront tone tenements tonements tonemonth ¬
month ments that wore a disgrace to our ely civilization alTillzntIon elylization ¬
lization the haunts of disease and crime orimabreeders orimobreeders crimebreeders
breeders of immorality and uncleenll uncleenllness uncleanUn
ness n ne i grinders of the tacos of tho poor poorwith poornth poorwith
with their th excessive rentals rentalsWe rentnIsWe rentalsWe
We believe that it was nover con contended contendal contopdcd ¬
tended by members of Trinity Church ChurohCorporation ChurobCorporation ChurchCorporation
Corporation that the charges set forth forthIn forthIn forthin
In magazine m no wore not true In paUla palliation palUt1tion paUlatlon ¬
tion it was said only that the morn mambars mOOlbOIlS mornborn
bars of tho vestry were not notaCQualnWd notaCQualnWdwith acquainted acquaintedwith acquaintedwith
with the facts Tho magazine articles articlesmade BrtiaiNmado artloladmade
made thom acquainted acqUf nled with the facts factsand factsand fastsand
and and blindness no longer possible po lble Trinity Trinityj TrInityChurch TrinItyChurch
j Church sot about cleaning house houseI housCoIt houseIt
I It Is gratifying to learn loam that tho work workhas wOtkbas workhas
has boon done thoroughly and Trinity TrinityChurch TrinItyChurch TrinityChurch
Church can no longer be assailed as a agrasping agra agrasping
grasping lnl greedy landlord caring for fornothing fornothing r rnathlng
nothing but dividends on its property propertyinvestments proportrInvmenta proper properInvestments
investments It was two years ago that thattha thattho thatthe
the agitation began and so successful successfulwas a aoccotutwas ul ulVoS
was it that Trinity Church sot an anpert ex expert 6tpert ¬
pert to work to Investigate the DI i dwell dwelling < lweUIn IWSUlag ¬
lag houses owned by the church Twelve Twelveof Twelveof lWetftof
of these th lo wore found to bo in such bad badcondition bdcondition bedcondition
condition that they ware promptly Im Improved illlpreyed Insproved ¬
proved or demolished The Improve Improvements Improveme improvemeets ¬
meets me ts went on however until 190 of oftho oftho oftho
tho houses es owned by Trinity Church had hadbeen ha4been hadbeen
been destroyed and replaced by modern moderndwellings moderadwoUinp moderndwellings
dwellings fit for the habitation of civi civilised oJl1b1ed clvilisod ¬
lised parsons But it was not sufflcfeat sufflcfeatto u1IIdefttto
to oorroot tho evils evtltli evtltlth8t i that bad been beenpointed 1 1petnted beeapointed
pointed out so blatantly Trinity Church Churchdecided ChurchdeCIded Churchdeelded
decided deCIded that there meat be no raped repetition rapedtion ropeddon ¬
tion of tho scandal The corporation corporationhas
has put Miss Emily DInwiddle formerly formerlyconnected tonaerlJconneet fermedyconnoctd
connected d with tho Charity Organisation OrganisationSociety OrpDtatJoaSocl OrganisationSociety
Society Socl In charge of tho Trinity Church Churchproperties Cburchpropertl Churchpropt1
properties propertl and fMI it 1 is her business bU l to tosee toHe tosee
see that Trinity Church furnishes funtt b BO BOmore ROmore nomore
more sensational HD material either for the themagazines themaptnas themae1nes
magazines or fifcr ft plays by Qrootiaal Qrootiaalactresses QmQ mqUnstlactrs f11 f11actr
actresses actressesTo actr actrTo actrs eL eLTo >
To this thu extent than than muckraking muckraWaghas
has h boon b jusUaed jUaI It has 1 at least leastawakened 1It 1Itawe lstawakened
awakened awe a powerful pwol and ad wty wealthy church churchto churchto
to t the te fact fct that tt Its it highest bil duties dut duti ware wareneglected w wnelote wereneglected
neglected nelote and an an a evil ovf that tt was a re reproach r rp repreach ¬
preach p h to our or civilization chiUztn and I a mookary mookaryof mooryof
of t religion rls has h boon b curod curodIt cU cUI ouredIt
I It 1 to elet evident that te the Brt British u are learnlag learn learning ¬
IJ lag something eUnS about ut plt polities as u upe the theIs tfc game gameis
is pe played Tey They ae are on crying fraud fru new nw nwOf nowover newover
over th the reat recent elections electionaA electionsA
t e eA
A Poser for Mr M Asquith AsquithIt Aqut
It I looks Jk like lke a a a drawn drwl bottle btto in Great GreatBritain GreatBritain
Britain Bitn And no wonder wode The T fate of ofthe ofthe
the House of Lords Lor tie prospect of hey having heylag ¬
te PJt
lag only one unchecked uncoe chamber cb the thaimpamling te teImptflA theimpending
impending ImptflA changes can in the t lit constitution constitutionthe cMttut constitutionthe
the t possible blc shifting shUtng of the t th Crown Cown Itself Itselfwith Ite Itaefwith
with wt relation retIn to the empire epret mptreare are weighty weightymatters whty whtymate weightymatters
matters mate and ad bound bn to sway awy the also electorate alsotorate ¬
torate torateThe tortc torateThe
The decline deln in British Brt console CM is isbeing illb Isbeing
being b worked woke for to all it is I worth wor by both bothparties bth bthprte bothparties
parties prte Conservatives Cnth claim ola that tat the theradical theradical
radical policy of the Liberal government
is ruining rinin the t Ui national ntloQftl credit alt white wbe the theLiberals te teLlbr theLiberals
Liberals Llbr declare dee the decline deine Is due cue to t the theoppositions te teopdons theoptlons
oppositions Ution assertion that tt the te country countryIs cunt
Is I going ln to t tjie te te bowwows bWWOW and can a be besaved b bsaved 1 1sve
saved sve only by b a proteeftve prote protoc v ve tariff tariffAll tariffAll r
All this th hi h nonsense DOnQCo While Wble console consolshave Cmw Cmwhve consolehe
have hve fallen iaUo sharply saly since snco the te elections electionsbegan oen electionshogan
began bpn they are ae not perceptibly pereepUly below belowthe blow blowthe belowthe
the price to which whic they declined dolned last lastOctober lutOetob lastOctober
October Oetob The decline deine doclInwa was duo due rather rte to tothe totho tothe
the scare Bro over the German Germn navy nav and andfears udte aidfears
fears te of a further furer enormous enctnou increase Inc in inBritish InBt inBrIt1h
British Bt naval expenditures Condtur to t bo 0 financed financedby fnce financedby
by a naval naw loan loa which whIc was w wa strongly atonY ad advocated a advacated ¬
vacated vot by Mr 111 Balfour Bafour himself who now nowis nowI nowis
is I raising rng all al this hubbub hubbubTaken huhbubTae hubbubTaken
Taken Tae all II in all al it I Is a campaign cm g of ofsham orsbam ofchain
sham and ad makoballevo mkob6Iev to t cajole cole voters voterseven voterseven t
even ove as a in our ou country cuntr But Bu to t the thecredit te tecet thocredit
credit cet of our British Brltth Britl h cousins couiln cou lns let it be besaid b besaid
said sId they are not deceived doelved by this tis rant ranting raD rantlag ¬
ing on one Sdo side or tho wailing WUng on the theothor te teothe theother
other othe The results reult of the elections oectlon thus thusfar thusfa thusfar
far fa show this Ois plainly planly More than tt two twothirds twothid twothirds
thirds thid of tho now members mobor have been beenelected ben benolee beenelected
elected olee and each ech side has gained sl6 an anequal a aou anequal
equal ou number numberThus numborTu numberThus
Thus Tu far ta It is I a standoff stdot and nd so sofar s sofar
far ta at least lo tha tQ th difference dlterncQ between b1w tins thaold thDold tinsold
old House HOUe of Commons Cmmons and the te coming comingone cmi comingone
one is exactly eacty as a groat cot as that tt between betweentwGQdladum betwe betweentwcodladum
twGQdladum tooladum and ad tweodledao tweodledaoBut teodledol teodledolBut tweedlcdeeBut
But what will wi the te premier preier now do if ifHr I IfMr
Mr Asquith ABQulh hesitated httatd to take tka action acon on ona ona ona
a momentous momontouslue issue when his majority majoritywas majot majodywas
was wa chiefly provided by Labor Lbor and Qd nd Irish Irishmembers It Irishmembers I
members without wthont first Ort consulting consulti the thecountry thecount thecountry
country count what can cn he do now noWa after aft er r he hewas hew hewas
was w compelled QomtUod to consult cnsult the country couRta and andhas andhas d dhas
has received rclved no definite defnlo answer answerJohn awor aworJoh answerJohn
John Joh D Rockefeller Rckefele is to t act 3 as a Santa SantaGlaus Sta StaCla SantaCIau
Glaus Cla CIau for or his hi Sunday school scOl ojass Qra qljtss The Thawhiskers Thewhier Thewhiskers
whiskers whier ought oubt to tickle ticle him at any anyrate ay ayrte anyrate
rate rte rteAnd
And it I might mlgh bo b well w l to t remind rOlod the theladies te telale theladles
ladies lale that tat they tey really real cant cnt got g ot a Christ Christmas Cril Christinns
inns ma cigar cs fit ft for him hln to smoke at 49 49cants 48cnt 4 4cents
cants cnt a box boxIt boxIt ox oxI
It I is I not only wise wsG to bo b an optimist optimistwhen optimistwhen optimistwhen
when buying Christmas presents proant but butalso butso butaIso
also so to retain your our optimism optlm when the thebills te tebUa thebills
bills come in inSomo InSome inSome
Some Some men me prefer pr r an a unrln uncorking time timeThey tmo tmoThey timeThey
They havo a n Jack the te kisser kser a man manwho manwho
who wh grabs gbs women indiscriminately Indcrminotelv and ad
kisses them the porforce Pftorc in II St 8t St Louis Luis The Thomystery ThDmye Theystary
mye mystery ystary is is i why he chose that tha city ct for forhis torhi forhis
his hi field fed of operations operationsThose operationsThose ortlon ortlonThose
Those noted notebeldcn headllnera la tnl1es lifes vaude vaudevina v vaudovifla a avne
vina vne bill bU Peace and ad Goodwill GoowJ are ae ar about aboutready au aund aboutready
ready nd to do their teir annual aual turn turnThe t te thrnTbG
The TbG e egg egginarket market maket is I reported rpored to ba b b weak weakbut weakbut
i but the to product is i strong stong trong enough enoughMr enougbi enoughMr
1 Mr Paul Pau Morton thinks tn that the te great greattrusts get geti greattrusts
i trusts should recurve recIe receIve Justice jUUce Wo W quite quiteagroa qute qutei quiteagree
i agree ag0 with wit him hi but the te trouble tubl Is i that thatthey thatI thatthey
I they manage mnn to dodge it so successfully successfullyMiss succesfuly succesfulyI successfullyMiss
Miss Eleanor Sears walked on the thostage thestage
I Mss Donor Sa wked to tostge
stage stge the te other day dy because bcse sqmo SQm one onedared oneI onedared
dared da her to Of course she had no idea ideabar lde ideaher
I her name would get in the to papers papr again againThe an anTe aa1nThe
The Te seventeenth sventonlh wife we df c Brigham Bigham Young Younghas Youg Youg4n Younghas
has 4n Just jut died dIed There Thee are ae still sUl several severalliving severl severllving severalliving
living lving widows wdows of his bs In Salt Sat Lake Lke City CityThe Cit CitTe CityThe
The Te savings svng bank advertisements adverismet urging urgingthrift utng utngthrf urgingthrift
thrift thrf are a very Wr alluring aurng but If you really reallywant reallYwt reallywant
want wt to begin bon an account accut with Wth a a a dollar dollarthat dolar dolartat dollarthat
that tat will w do you a n lot of good sot just justspend justId justspend
spend Id It In giving gving some soro poor child cid a agod a agod
god Christmas time timeWith timeWith
go Crlatimo CrlatimoWIth
With Luther Lutor Burbonks Burbts invention inention of a apea ape apea
pea pe that win wt not roll rl off 00 ones one knife Imie and anda ad ada
a noiseless nolsl soup sup spoon soon eating eatg In a pub public publc publie ¬
lie lc cafe o may my soon on become bome a pleasure plOMUre pleasureIt t tIt i iIt
It is easier eler to understand undorad why Mr MrThomas MrThoI8 MrThomam
Thomas ThoI8 Edison K dIsgn Is not ot worried about the thefuture te tefutre thefuture
future futre when wo learn l r that tat his hi Income Incme Is Is80M Is00aweek
80M 00aweek 00aweekOne a 0 week weekOne
we weOne
One trouble toble pith iih the British Brith elections electionsseems etectons etectonsae electionssms
seems ae sms to bo b that tat after atar oil a1 the fuss they theyhave theyhave
have hve got right back bck to tc whore who they theystartad theyr theystarted
started r from fromA fom fomA fromA
I navar ntv linger lneI at my bath bathBut bth bthBut bathBut
But But ply py a busy bUy sponge spongeOr 8pnse 8pnseO
O Or f fill the te icy tub with wt wrath wrathAnd wth wthAd wrathAnd
And Ad take te a hasty huy plunge plung plungeI i iI
I never nOr eat t I simply Imply snatch sac snatchA I IA
A AbU bit of shrodded sre pine pineAnd pineAnti
pne pneA
And A break be away awy I gotta gll catch catchThe catchThe t tTh
The Th 74 74I 74e 74eI I II
I never nO get a decent shave shaveAs havc havcAs t tAs
As dawn Invades my den denFfcr denFar denFGr
Far every minute rcan save saveIa saveIa saveIs
Ia badly needed then thenI
I never ver have a a chanco ehsnc to take takeThe takeT1Ie takeThe
The air like rarest wine wineI wineI
I never walk I gotte got make mokeThe makeThe makeThe
The 7 7rW
A Shrewd GirL CtrlGoing GirLOollac GirlGoing
Going to hang up your stocking stockingMaude stocking stockingWaude stoclIngMends
Maude MaudeNo WaudeNo MendsNe
No that wont W Qt get me anything that I Ii Iwot Iwonidat
i wouldnt get anyhow I thlnk Ill hang hangup hangup hangup
up some 110 iafItIstosBarnyard mfiUetoe mfiUetoeBarnyard utoe utoen
Barnyard n rnynrd Aristocracy AristocracyWhy AristocracyWhy rbtocrncyrwn
rwn Why floes that goose go squawk so loud loudly loudThat oud
ly 111
TOOt That gooso explained cd an old hen is isa isD6 isa
a Doeaandant D6 lI1dant of the t e Sfluawkers Who WhoSaved WhoSaved Vbo VboSaYed
Saved Borne ItOlDGOn BomeOn
On Slippery Days DaysDo DaysDo a aDo
Do you OII think the strtots stret In the here hereafter beratter hereafter ¬
after wot fli he flowing with milk I dlk and andhofcsyr andboM7T andhcyr
hofcsyr hofcsyrWhy
boM7TWb7 V
Why not not Ive seen aden till streets s tets sprin sprinkled IPrJnkle4 sprinkind ¬
kind with bveakfwt fOCHlrtPt food right hare in inUjls Intb Inthis
this town
Simply Awfnl AwfnlThis AwfnlTb 4wfnlThis
This Tb hf J 1 dreadful asrsfaind 1IAMr8tandlotber undersasdIotbr asrsfaindMother
Mother is distraught distraughtMiddle dl8trauSbtJd4Je dIstraugbMiddle
Middle Jd4Je of December and andHot andNot andNot
Not a present bought boughtDetails bouIhtDetnns boughtDetatis
Details Desired DesiredAMIS DolredDOt Desireds
AMIS s not like other girls gfriaTompersm1tta1ly 1L 1LTtlDJUafttally v
TtlDJUafttally Temperaal tally Dr Or do you Rican neanthat Ricanthat moonthat
that she 8 has gotten hold of something somethingsonsfttto somsthlngsoabIs
sonsfttto In theway of a hat hatAn 1uItAn hen henAn
An Interesting InterC3tin Antique AntiqueFin AntiqueFJa tnflqucFIn
Fin FJa OW inn air commented aomm ntod the thehart the1MIt thebest
hart Everything in this house has its itsatorr ItsMor7 Itsstory
story atorrI Mor7HJ storyHI
HJ I Jeut cJ t doubt It ItOf It remarked r mnrked the thegrouchy thetrOUeb thegrouchy
grouchy tourist And kt there any leg tecend Jec JecMd legend
end connected with this tAl old placo of ofcheepsT otcheetor ofFor
cheepsT cheetorFor
For the General Good GoodThen GoodThea GoodThen
Then theres th nothing dangerous about aboutsocialism aboutaocIaUaIr aboutaoeiauamr
socialism socialismNot aocIaUaIr aocIaUaIrNot aoeiauamrNot
Not a thing It simply moans for In Instance InataDce instance ¬
stance that that every man shall shovel off offhis otrh offhis
his h own snow snowWHEBT mowWHEN snowWflEN
Will ETe Regard ne nrcl Nuptial Xl trl na as s Osier OsierDose OlerDose OslerDose
Dose or Anticelibacy Genii GeniiFIWB Genutile Germlrea
FIWB the t BattiraoM eeol 5MtIme Aa AaCoyly Aiwwom AiwwomCoyly
Coyly eol acknowledging aeknowJed n5 4to to having boon boonInfected bOluIdfectecl becisidfcted
Infected with tho Venus nus us germ and aDd to tohaving toha tohvtng
having ha a bad case of CnplditiST pldltJS Dr H H W WWller WWIJ WWiley
Wller WIJ the th purefood expert in tho De Department De DepartmeBt Dcpertinent ¬
pertinent of Agriculture A lturo confesses that thatthe thatthe thatthe
the day Is practically set Twenty years yearsbeyond yearsODd yearsbeyond
beyond ODd the age which DrlOstor DrJOs1or gave as
the effective age limit and arrived at atthe atthe atthe I
the years that facetious commentator commentatorupon commentatorupoft oommentatorupon
upon things this in general marked as good goodfor SOOdfor goodfot
for a quieting dose of poison tho veteran veteranOpponent veteranoppone veteranoppoent
Opponent t of impure products is looking lookingtoward tooklngtoward kokingtoward
toward the altar of bliss blissIt blissIt bUssIt
It would not be Just to tho lady or to tothe tothe tothe
the doctor to intimate inti nate that he may regard regardhis rC regardhis 1rd 1rdhi
his hi coming nuptials as tho dose of J poison poisonthat potsonthat > ot on onthat
that Dr Osier recommends for thom ar arrived arriQd arrired ¬
rived at his years unless it is tho poison poisonthat pabo pabothat poisonthat
that will kill the germs of antipathy to tothe tothe tothe
the wedded state that havo held the doc doctor doctor doetor ¬
tor in leash for so long longIt longIt longIt
It Is I now known cnown why Dr Wlloy bado badothe badothe badothe
the people eat their Thanksgiving dinners dinnerswith dinnorswfth dinnerswith
with no thought of gorms Ho bade the thenation thenation thenation
nation to emancipate itself from the theWlleyan tileWlleyan theWUeyn
Wlleyan terrors while he wfllly and andgleefully and51eefully andgleefully
gleefully observed the people doing honor honorto honorto honorto
to his own emancipation from tho anti antimarriage antimanIae antimarriage
marriage germ Kermlhe the germ that produces producesa producesdelUldon
a delusion and a snare which is to say say2e saytJJe saytie
tie bachelor state The country wishes wishese wishesthe wishesthe
the e bridetobe well and it docs not be believe believe behove ¬
lieve that Dr Wiley takes his antipoi antipoison antipolIOn antlpoison ¬
son prescriptions pre so seriously as to re require re require requtre ¬
quire that she > he shall dust the holes In the thedoughnuts thedoushnutc thedoughnuts
doughnuts she makes in order to keep keeptho keepthe keepthe
the germ brigade from using them as the thoavenues theavenues theavenues
avenues of entrance to the inner man manWonld manWould manWould
Would Pay > ay on the Lone Lon Run RunProa RunFro8a RunFrom
From the Milwaukee Journal JwtraalCalifornia JoqmaJCalifornia JournalCalifornia
California has lia voted to tax Itself ItselfSOMfiOft itselfolgi
6001 SOMfiOft olgi and to permit San Francisco to tolevy tolevy tolevy
levy a like Uk tax for a worlds worldS fair OP OPcourse ort ortcountC Oncourse
course It would b 1jc le > socialistic and all of ofthat otthat ofthat
that that yet we have an idea Idoothat lhat that It would wouldpay wouldPAY wouldly
pay San Francisco bettor In the long run runto runto runto
to spend tile money for free picture pictureshows pIctureMOW pictureshows
shows MOW in lntho tha schoolhouss IiIcllOOlhousasthat that is if ifSan ItSan IfSiat
San Francisco co considers a good citizen a aprofitable ai aprofitable
profitable investment investmentWaiting invoatmentI invoatmentVnltlng InvestmentWaiting
Waiting for Him HimJEtam rumPl1II1I Rimtbe
JEtam tie Grease Newa NewaYoe New NewY08 NowiYes
Y08 Yes mum said Poetic Pete as ha hatwined 11ern1ned q qtwined
twined an autumn leaf through his but buttonhole buttonhole buttenhole ¬
tonhole I am a groat t lover of the ro romantic 1Qoo 1Qoomantic romantle ¬
mantic I stopped stoPJ od at die gate because I Isaw Isaw Ieaw
saw de sign Idlewood IdlewoodYou IdlewoodoYou IdlewoodYou
You did approved the housewife housewifeWell housewifeWetl housthvifeWell
Wetl Well there Is a lot of Idle wood WObd down downat downat downat
at the woodpile woodp e Just take this ax and andsplit andIpUt tndsplit
split up half a cord cordA carlLA cordA
A 25OOO OOO Band DnndStnnd DnndStnndFrom Stand StandVna StandFm
From Fm the Fhtt Hirer N News NewsBOlton NewsBoston vrs vrsBoston
Boston Common will havo a a S060 O band bandstand bandstand bandstand
stand of marble Evidently Mayor Fitz Fitzgerald 11t 11tpn Pltzgerald ¬
gerald pn d wants I1nt it said of him himthat that he found foundBoston foundBoston foundBoston
Boston In granite anJto and left it insolvent insolventHe insolventlIe Insolventlie
lIe Was Too Previous ProvlonWrtE PrenousUnm Previoustrns
WrtE the Kan KuIMB a 3ty < Star StarIt StarIt StarIt
It appears that when Gen Madero is issued isued issued ¬
sued his proclamation declaring himself himselfPresident hImselfPreiJdent himselfPresident
President of Mexico he h exaggerated mat matters mattArs mattrs ¬
tArs somewhat
Jud Judge O Joseph Rucker Ru ker Lamar who whohas whohas whohas
has just boen appointed poln ed by tho Presi President President j jdent
dent to a place In the Supreme Court of oftho otthe ofthe
the United States probably owes his bisapproaching hilsapproaching hisapproaching
approaching elevation to the the fact that thatPresident tbatProsidont thatPresident
President Taf raft t used to go down to Au Augusta Augusta Augusta ¬
gusta Ga Ga In the winter to play golf golfTho gulfThe go1fTJi
The TJi President met Judge Lamar dur during dnrIng during ¬
ing one of his visits to Augusta which whichis whichfs whichIs
is thq homo of the newly appointed appointedJustice appoIntedjusUce appointedjustice
Justice and was so much Impressed by bytho bythCJ bythe
the mans manes personality that he h made mademany mademany mademany
many Inquiries regarding his Judicial Judicialabilities judicIalabUitles udlcial udlcialabilities
abilities Those Inquiries brought brou ht such suchhigh suchhIgh suchhigh
high praise that when he left Augusta Augustaho A Augustathe gust3 gust3ho
ho ho President carried Judge Lamars Lamarsname Lamarsname Lamarsname
name in the back of his head as a good goodman gOOdman goodman
man to have In mind when some court courtvacancy courtvacancy courtvacancy
vacancy should occur occurSome cour courSome
5 5Some
Some little IitU time ago the President Presidentsent PresIdentsont Presidentsent
sent for Senator Senator Bacon of Georgia and andasked andasked andasked
asked him wnat what he thought of Judge JudgeLamar JudgeLamar JudgeLamar
Lamar as a possible appointee for f r ono onoof onoor oneof
of the five judges judsos that shall compose composethe composeI composethe
I the new Commerce Court CourtTho CourtI CourtThe
Tho only comment I would make makereplied makerepUod makereplied
I replied Senator Bacon Is that instead insteadof I
of the Commerce Court It should be the theSupremo theSupremo theSupreme
Supremo Court No man is too big to toservo toservo toservo
servo on a circuit court It Is true true but butthore butthore butthere
thore are only a few men big enough enoughto
to take a place ploC on thj Supreme bench benchThat bonchThat benchThat
That is said 8 id to have boon tho first firsttime firsttime firsttime
time the President thought of Judge JudgeLamar JudgeLamar JudgeLamar
Lamar In in connection with the Supreme SupremeCourt SupremeCourt SupremeCourt
Court appointments appointmentsDuring opp appointmentsp5 lntments lntmentsDoring
p5 p5During
During his talk with Senator Bacon BaconProsldant BaconPreilldqnt BaconPresidqt
Prosldant Preilldqnt Taft is said to have brought broughtup
up the question Que Uon of Judge Lamars age agewhether age agewhother agewhether
whether ho was old oh enough and at the thesame thesame 1 1Sme
same tIme young youn enough enoughI
I should say that ho must be about aboutyour aboutyour aboutyour
your own age Mr r President replied repliedtho repliedtho repliedthe
tho Georgia Senator SenatorThe SonatorTho SenatorThe
The President then picked up a copy copyof COpyat copyof
of HWho Whos Who rtlo in America that t at lay layon layon layon
on isis desk and found that he and andJudge andJudso andJudge
Judge Lamar wore born within a month monthof monthor monthcit
of each other Whereupon the President Presidentis Pre dent dentis
is said to have made a smiling remark remarkto remarkto remarkto
to the effect that he couldnt criticise criticisetho crltlc1sel11c criticisethe
the judges ag aga4Jsat that in fact fact fiftythree fiftythreewas
was Just a good age ageIt aceIt ageS
S S 5 5It
It Is said of Judge Lamar that neither neitherho neitherhe neitherhe
he nor any of bi hIs close friends wrote wroteJfO
80 much as a line to Washington in his hisbohalf hllbohaJt hisbehalf
behalf since his name was first men mentioned monUoned mentionod ¬
tioned as a possible nominee nomineeJudge nomtneeJnd50 nomineeS
S S S5 S5Judge
Judge Lamar resigned ate place pl Ce as asassociate asaMOGIate a aasooclate
associate justice of the Supremo Court Courtof Courtor Courtof
of Georgia some time before the tfe end of ofbis ofhis ofhis
his term When asked why he left th thbench th1nct the thebench
bench he occasioned Ddi some surprise by byreplying byroplt1 byreplying
replying that he did so beoIw because he hecouldnt hecoaldat hecouldnt
couldnt conscientiously hold the u job jobHe jobBe jobHe
He oxpUlnd oxpl IMd tAt the court docket ws wsso wegso
so overburdened with cases that to look lookInto lookInto lookInto
Into thorn all as thoroughly tMMu ny as his oon oonsctanfle oonIICIenee coneIenee
sctanfle held to be proper pro r would have havemeant htveJIMIUIt havemeant
meant the uptormning of his health healthWhen he1thWben healthS
S S 5 5When
When Judge J Willis Van Devanter of ofWyoming orW ofWyoming
Wyoming W was WIt selected by Presl pUeut Jent Taft Taftfor Tafttor Taftfor
for a Supreme Court Justice it was not notthe notthe notthe
the first time Judge Van Devantar bad at attracted aitraoted attreoted ¬
tracted the attention of a President of oftitt oft1M ofthe
the fulled States taL AUf the Section of ofMcKfnley IttMcXtn ofMcKinley
McKinley McXtn Judge Ip Van Decanter was ox axeeedtogiy oxDXtoatI oxosedingly
eeedtogiy anxkm to become Solicitor
Brooklyn Eagle The consWaratiens consWaratienswhich COWIidorationsWhlWl dretions dretionswhich
which governed Mr Lr Taft in salQCtlng salQCtlngMr PI OeQGUUMr nc ncIr
Mr Ir White are broad bro broe4 4 and patriotic The ThoSenate TheSoote TheSonate
Senate the judiciary and tb tbQ people of ofthe ottho ofthe
the United States will w l approve the ap appointment 81 81pointmeat nppolatment > ¬
pointment and Mr Taf Tatt9 fa reasons for formaking formakJn formaking
making makJn it itNew ItNew it itNew
New York Sun Mr Ta Tan hag by this thisadmirable tblsadmtnLble thisadmirable
admirable appointment further ompba ompbastsed omphasteed a asIHd
steed not merely the independence l of the theJtmidary UtejueteJary theJiMidary
Jtmidary but Its removal from more morepartisan mClitpt1ruu merepftrtlsan
partisan considerations co for he has given giventhe giventhe von vonthe
the greatest hewer that ho can give to toa toDemocrat toa
a a Democrat and that Democrat a aSoutherner aSoatbJI aSoutherner
Southerner < and an exCeafeaarato offi officer omcor ciiicar ¬
car corNew
New York World Mr Taft has ro rovealod rtr rtrW810d rovealed
vealod in the four setootten diet he hehas bObu hohas
has made and ia the elevation of Jus Justice JIfit1ce Jtistics ¬
tics W hlle itte admirable a wisdom om and tact tactin tactIn tactIn
in consulting legitimate le < sectional and andpolitical andpoliUca1 andpolitical
political preferences By conferring the theChief theCbiet theChief
Chief Justiceship upon a Louisiana LouisianaDemocrat LoustauaDemoernt LouisianaDemocrat
Democrat he bp gives to the South the thagreatest titQe thegreatest
greatest e t6I national honor that it has re received roeelvod receivod ¬
ceived since nee the jrJI fll l war warAtlanta warAtlanta 1 1Atlanm
Atlanta Constitution A dromatle tea feature foature teatore ¬
ture of the sheaf o oJudlelal judldai appoint sppointments appointmeats ppolntmenta
meats handed down by President Pre ldent Taft Taftand TfttaDd Taftand
and they constitute about the most Im Important Important tinportant ¬
portant act thus far of his administra administration admlnlstrationl administrationIs ¬
tion tionl Is the nomination of Justice Ed Edward Edward Edward ¬
ward Douglas Do White White of Louisiana to
bo Chief Justice of the United States StatesSupreme StateilSupreme StatesSupreme
Supreme Court succeeding Melville W WFuller WFuller Whlter
Fuller deceased Thereby not only a aSouthern aSouthom aSouthern
Southern man but as well a Democrat Democratand Democratand Democratand
and a Confederate votoran Is made head hoadof headot hoedof
of the most mo t important Judicial body In Intha Intile inthe
tile land landAlbany landAlban landAlbany
Albany Alban N N Y Journal We Va never novorcredited nnvorcredited nevercredited
credited the report that tho President Presidentintended PresidentIntended PresidentIntended
intended to elevate elWateMr Mr Hughes to the theChief theChief theChief
Chief Justiceship after an experience on ontho ontho onthe
tho United States Supremo Court of ofabout otabout ofabout
about ten weeks That a Republican RepublicanPresident RepublicanProaldent RepublicanPresident
President of the United States should ap appoint oppoint appoint ¬
point to the Chief Justiceship a Demo Democrat Democrat Democrat ¬
crat crat and especially e pecl 1ly at this particular particulartime pnrtlculartime particulartime
time when there is a pronounced senti sentiment sentiment sent sentmeat ¬
ment in favor of making tho Supreme SupremeCourt SupremeCcurt SupremeCourt
Court a legislative body Is highly com commendable comolendable cornmendable ¬
mendable There Is every reason why whyIn whyIn whyin
In the dl selection sel etl n of justices j sUces of the Su Supreme Supremet Lupremes ¬
preme Court C urt partisan considerations considerationsshould conslderaUonsshould considerationsshould
should not weigh weighSpringfield weJG weJGSpringfiold wolg1Springfield
Springfield Republican Chief Justice JusticeJVhlto JusticeY111to Justicevl1ith
JVhlto Y111to has from the vory beginning of ofhis orhis ofhis
his service held a clear and consistent consistentposition conslsteltposition consistentposition
position In favor lLyor of a construction of oftho oftho ofthe
tho law as directed dlroct like the common commonlaw commonlaw commonlaw
law against unreasonable restraints ot ottrade ottrade of oftrade
trade He has rejected the more ox oxtremo extremo oxtrome
tremo position which has generally generallycommanded goneraIlYcommpnded generallycoznmpndcd
commanded the assent as ont pf a majority of ofthe atthe ofthe
the court that the law applies to all allrestraints allrostra1nts allrestraints
restraints reasonable or unreasonable unreasonableHo unreasonabJeHo unreasonableHe
Ho was M therefore against tho majority majorityin
in the transMissouri the joint traffic trafficand trafficand trafficand
and the h Northern Securities cases cas but butwhere butwhero butwher
where individuals or concerns have con conspired conspired conspired ¬
spired in monopolistic purpose or oreftcct oreftcctJustice effect effectJustice effectJustice
Justice White has stood strongly with withthe withthe withthe
the more radical judges in applying the thelaw thelaw thelaw
law lawjlalt3moro
Baltimore American Mr Ir Taft may mayhave mayhftve mayhave
have beon Influenced to some some extent in innaming innaming innaming
naming a successor to Chief Justice Ful Fuller Fullor Pulbr ¬
ler by the fact of recent Democratic Democraticsuccesses DemocraUosuccesses DemocraticuccesseS
successes successes and tho fact that thoso sue successos suecesscs sueces505
cessos will bring the Democrats Democr ts prom prominently promInontiy promlnontiy ¬
inently into the field of determining the thepolicy thepol1cy thepolicy
policy pol1cy of the country in the future ret relative rolativo retalive ¬
alive to industrial concerns But whether whetherthis whetherthis whetherthis
this is or is not the case his naming of ofJustice otJustico ofJustice
Justice White will appeal to the country countryas
as certainly demonstrating that no politi political political politlCal ¬
cal bias can possibly po operate with ltJ1 Mri MriTaft Mr MrTllft MrTaft
Taft m fn tho field from which political politicalpreferences politicalpreferencos politicalpreferences
preferences should be excluded Although Althoughit
it is believed that Mr Taft would not nothavo nothavo nothave
havo made a mistake in naming Justice JusticeHughes Jus11ceHughes JusticeHughes
Hughes for the premier position on the theSupreme theSupreme theSupreme
Supreme bench tho designation of Jus Justice Justice Justice ¬
tice Whit will be received as indication indicationof
of tho cautionary temperament of f the thePresident thePresident thePresident
President The brilliancy of Mr Hughes Hughesis
is unmatched with experience
General The place had already been beenpromised beenpromised beenpromised
promised to another but butwMn when Van De Devanter Do Dovnnter Doventer ¬
vanter was W wa Jn Washington Wa2titon soon after afterMcKinleys alterMoKinleys afterMcKinleys
McKinleys Inauguration his friend Son Senator Sonatar Sonator ¬
ator Warren Invited him to go over to totho totho tothe
tho White House with him and meat the thePresident UlePresIdent thePresident
President PresidentNow PresIdentNow PresidentNow
Now about the worst thing that could couldbo couldbo couldbe
bo said concerning Van Devantar at that thattimo thattJme thattime
time was his extremely youthful appear appearance appaarancc appearanee ¬
ance He had been assistant attorney attorneygeneral attorneygeneral attorneygeneral
general of the Territory of Wyoming at attho attho atthe
tho ago of twentynine when Senator SenatorWarren SenatorWarren SenatorWarren
Warren was governor and didnt look lookmuch lookmuch lookmuch
much older at tho time of this visit visitto visitto 181tto
to the President though he was in real reality roeJIty reality ¬
ity about thirtyeight His hair was wasprematurely wasprematurely wasprematurely
prematurely gray aU in one spot at one oneside oneside oneside
side of his head headWhen headWhen headWhen
When you go In to see tho President Presidentsuggested PresIdentsuggested Presidentsuggested
suggested Senator Warren Jokingly jokinglysure be besuro besure
sure to sit or stand so that that gray grayj grayspot grayspot
j spot will bo toward him and he may maytoko maytake maytake
take you seriously seriouslyIt
I It did so happen that the chairs in the thePresidents thePre thePresidents
Presidents Pre ldents office were arranged in a amanner amanner amanner
manner that placed Van Devantors gray grayside graysldo grayside
side next to the President PresidentWhether ProeldcntWhether PresidentWhether
Whether the patch of gray hair had hadanything hadanythinG hadanything
anything to with It or not not President PresidentMcKlnley PresldontMcKinley PresidentMCKinley
McKinley was much taken with Van VanDevanter VanDewnter VanDevanter
Devanter and after the th conference was wasover WWIovor wasover
over ho remarked to Senator Warren WarrenI
1 I want to have that young man In my myadministration myodmlnjIJtmtlon myadministration
administration I shall offer him a place placeas pIneeI placeas
as Assistant Attorney General GeneralVan GeneraVan GeneralVan
Van Devanter had Set his heart on the thoSolicitor theSollcltJr theSolicitor
Solicitor General norel placo and did not want wantto wantto wantto
to become an Assistant Attorney General GeneralHowever GeneralIIowover GeneraHowever
However after a talk with Cornelius CorneliusBliss CorneliusHIlA CorneliusBliss
Bliss Van Dovanter accepted the position positionas pOlitionaa
aa as thQ country editor says when a boy boyobtains boyobtains boyobtains
obtains a job joband and was wa assigned to the thaDepartment thoDepartment theDepartment
Department of the Interior InteriorIt
It may be remarked now that tho thoJudiciary 1110 1110Judlcl iheJudiciary
Judiciary Judlcl ry Committee of the Senate has hasthe buthe hasthe
the Presidents appointments that the thepublic thepublIc thepublic
public has h s little idea of the range of im important imporlant importnnt ¬
portant factors to Tae bo considered con lderod before beforethe beforethe beforethe
the Judiciary Committee will confirm a aPresidents aPresldents aPresidents
Presidents appointment to tho Supreme Supremebench Supromebench Supremebench
bench For example it is customary for fortho torlho fortho
tho committee to look pretty carefully carefullyInto earetullyInto carefullyinto
Into the records of an appointees antece antecedents anlecedon antecedents ¬
dents don as a well as his own record If Ifsome Ifomo IfSOflIC
some member of the Judiciary Commit Committee Committee Committea ¬
tee should have strong belief bell at in heredity heredityand heredityand heredityand
and there should be found decided traces tracesof traceflot tracesof
of incotnpotency or anything else undo undesirable und undlmble undosirable ¬
sirable in the appointees appot too antecedents the thoPresidents thePre8fdents thePresidents
Presidents recommendation would In all allprobability AUprobability allprobability
probability bo turned down downOno downOno downOn
Ono On may recall too t in this connection connectionthat eonneatJonthat connectionthat
that not such a great many years ago an anappointee anappointee anappointee
appointee for the United States Supreme SupremeCourt SUpnnneCourt SupremeCourt
Court was rejected roj tod because it camo out outin outIn outIn
in the committee Investigation that when whenha whsnhe whenhe
he was connected with one of the depart departments departmonts departmonte ¬
monte hero h ro he had used government car carriages carria carsIagss ¬
riages ria to ride around in when merely on onpleasure onpleasure onpleasure
pleasure bent benti l1entNoorly
S S S S SNearly
i Nearly every great gro t Dum man has some iIIOm little littlestunt littlestunt littlestunt
stunt that bo b deee when prooooupied or orunusually orunu orunusually
unusually unu ul1lJ thoughtful Some pull absentmbMIedly absentinlodedly absent absentmindedly
mindedly at a lock of their hair others otherswill otherswUl otherswuft
will draw useless diagrams dla on a blotter blotterand blotterand blotterand
and another manicure his nails or whittio whittioa whll whlla
a lead pencil When Senator Burton bo bocomes be becomes becomes
comes particularly thoughtful either eitheralone eIbelalone eitheralone
alone or in conversation eoftv l tJon he sits ft and andstrokes admolt andMro1es
strokes molt Mro1es the lobe of his right r ht ear He has hasdona hasdone
done 40 e it so long that his right ear e r has bo bocome 00 00oome become
come a wee trifle forger than his other otherone otheron otherone
one on
oneOsnrabt Osnrabt 1DAO b7 Fred a C Kelly
The mourners bench In tho Hbcse Fro of ofRepresentatives otRoprOlHDtaUvu ofRoproentatlyes
Representatives Is long and the mourners mournersare m4MltJUWSaro moernersare
are many Herbert Parsons and Hamil Hamilton HmUtan Hamilton ¬
ton Y1ab 1sh of Now York art among the thechief thechiet thechief
chief mourners lIu mGls and the late catastrephe catastrepheIs cMatrepboreflected
Is reflected re eeted in their solemn and dejected dejectedcountenances dejectedeouatIUutce dejectedrountenances
countenances A number of the mourn mourners mournI mournore ¬
ers I or as they are better known knownlame knownJame knownlame
lame ducks duek8 are taking advantage of ofevery otnor ofevery
every opportunity to speak liJ k to the United UnitedStates UnitedStates UnitedStates
States through the Congressional Con esalonal Record Recordto Reeordto
to show the citizens of their respective respectivedistricts TMp respectivedIstricts tivO tivOd
d districts ets what r serious mistake they theymade theymade theysuede
made by b not ret ro > rnlng them to the seat seatof seatot seatof
of government wannu ert Hen Richard Wayne WayneParker WalseParker WayneParker
Parker in mournful toaos toao addressed the thaHouse thoHOaM theHois
House yostorday and told the few who whowere whowaro whowere
were there that after January l he e would wouldhave wouJ4have wouldhave
have more to say his last chance before beforethe betorethe beforethe
the retreat Representative Repro entattv Kennedy of ofOhio otOhio ofOhio
Ohio is another of the unfortunates who whoholds whobolda whoholds
holds his hands up when the Ides Id of ofNovember otNovember ofNovember
November Is mentioned A friend stopped stoppedKennedy stoppedKennedy
Kennedy a day or two ago and said saidJim saidJim Id Id11m
Jim what struck your OODr district No Novena Noyem00r Novenaher vein veinTrhy
her S What exclaimed Ut O Ohioan Ohioanwhy IOlUl IOlUlhy
why hy tho people were clean gone gee crazy crazyyou craxyyou crazyyou
you couldnt do anything with them thomS
Sonator Late Young has been a Sen Senator Senalor Sanator ¬
ator Just six days and in that time has haspresented spresented haspresented
presented bills biii and occupied the presid presiding proaJdIng presidtog ¬
ing officers chair cllr for the space spnc of thirty thirtyminutes thIrtyI thirtyminutes
I minutes More 1010 than that he Is going goln to toaddress toadc1re8s toaddress
address the Senate today on that familiar familiarsubject familiarsubject
Isubject subject the tariff The advance copies copiesshow copleshow copiesshow
show that it will be an fntero Interesting tinS effort effortJamoe otrortJames effortS
S SS SSJames
James S Henry who has represented representedthe
the Philadelphia Prose for many years yearsas yearsas yearsas
as its Washington correspondent corro pondent and andwho andwho andwho
who Is one of the most popular popular news newspapar nowsPflper newspaper
paper men in n tho press galleries has hasbeon 1wIbeen hasbeen
been appointed editor of o the Congres Congressional Congrcslonal Congressionat ¬
sional Directory DlrottoryTbe The appointment was wasreceived WaJIrc wasreeivod
received rc lved with much pleasure by his col colleagues colloagu08 eelleagues ¬
leagues in the galleries galleriesa galleriesMr galleriesMr
S S a 5Mr
Mr Kennedy flea Roo clerk to tho Sonato SonataCommittee SonatoCommittee SonatoCommittee
Committee on Appropriations and Mr MrJames MrJames MrJames
James C C Courts clerk to the House HousoCommittee HouseCommltteo HouseCommittee
Committee on Appropriations have pro propared proparoo propared
pared a comprehensive table showing the thecomparison thecomparison thecomparison
comparison by b bills of estimates estlmot of ofregular ofngular ofrugular
regular annual appropriations for the thefiscal thefiscal thefiscal
fiscal year 1911 with thoso for 1312 It is ispossible ispossible ispossible
possible by a glance at the tables to see seethe scetho seethe
the amount of appropriations and for forwhat forwhat forwhat
what purpose It It is an evidence of the thefitness thefitness thefitness
fitness of Mr Rca Rea who took the place placeso placeso placeso
so long and so acceptably accept bty filled by the tholate thelate thelate
late Mr Cleaves CleavesSomething CleavesSomething
5 5Something
Something dropped on November November 8 and andsomething andsomethings andsomething
something somethings Is dropping every day in the thepolitical thepolitical thepolitical
political sphere Senator Curtis was wasseated wasseated I Iseated
seated at his desk in the Senate busily busilyengaged buBflyengaged busilyengaged
engaged In writing when without warn warning warning warntrig ¬
ing his chair broke and an the Kansas Kansasstandpatter KansiSsttndpatter Kansasetandpatter
standpatter dropped a short distance distanceHa distanceHa distanceIla
Ha ha said a Sonator standing near nearI nearby nearby
I by Curtis such a pronounced stand standpatter standpatter standpatter ¬
patter as you had to take a tumble tumbleMrsWRyan tumbleMrRynn tumbleS
S S as asMrRyan
MrsWRyan of New York York is hustling hustlingfor hustlingfor bustlingfor
for the clerkship cler1 hlp of the House Bouse and if ifhustling Ithustling ifhustling
hustling prevails preIls tho New Yorker will willland wiJIJond willland
land the job now held by Mr McDowell McDowellof
of Pennsylvania PennsylvaniaSomething Pennsyhat1iaSomethn PennsylvaniaS
S 5 5Somethfng
Something Somethn doing doln in the Virginia del delegation dole dclogation ¬
egation e and It is rumored that they are aroplugging areplugging arcplugging
plugging for a son of the Old Dominion Dominionfor DominIonfor Dominionfor
for ono of the judicial appointments appointmentsBxGoy appointmentsExGoV appointmentslilaGay
BxGoy Montague MQnta Ue was at the Capitol Capitoland CapItoland Capitoland
and hobnobbed with the members from fromhis tromhis fromhis
his State StateI SUiteTwo
I Two of the nowly appointed Senators Senatorshave Senatorshave Senatorshave
have served their States as chIef execu executives executives executives ¬
tives and add to the already large num numbel numbar
j bar of exgovernors in the Senate SeDate Sana Sanator Senator Sanator
tor Torrell from Georgia is still undor undorfifty undor1ifty underlifty
fifty years of age His full name is isJoseph IsJoseph isJoseph
Joseph Morlwether Terrell and he repre represented rcpretlcntetl reproentcti ¬
sented Merlwcthcr County In the general generalassembly generalassembly generalassembly
assembly He sorved In tho State son sonate sonate seaate
ate was attorney general for ten years yearsand yoarsand yearsand
and was for five years governor Sena Senator Senator Seantor ¬
tor SwansQn Is one year y ycal older than thanSenator thanSenator thalaSenator
Senator Torrell He e represented Vir Virginia Virsinla Virginia ¬
ginia In seven Congresses and was for tornearly fornearly fornearly
nearly tour years its governor
One Onoof of the roost moat important of sales es of ofvaluable otvo1uab ofvalua1le
valuable vo1uab autographs letters poems and andhistorical andhlstorhmt andhistorical
historical documents took thok place at the theMessrs thoM theMessrs
Messrs M 5srs Sothebys week before last the theday the theday theday
day following the sale of the t4ecollectJon t4ecollectJonof collection collectionof
of the famous Owen Merediths e manu manuscripts manuscripts manuscripts ¬
scripts The lot Included letters In au autograph autograph autograph ¬
tograph as well as manuscripts of Burns BurnsByron BurnsByron BurnsByron
Byron WalterScott the he Duke of Wel Wellington Well1ngton WeIlington ¬
lington Nelson Benjamin Disraeli theBrownIngs the theBrownings theBrownings
Brownings and an Important series ot otpapal otpapal atpapal
papal documents from 1513 up to the thepresent thepresent thepresent
present time Among the Byron pieces pieceswas pieceswas pieceswas
was a translation in autograph of the theWar theWar theWar
War Songs of the Greeks including includingtho Includingthe includingthe
the following verse probably intended for forThe torThe forThe
The Bride of Abydos AbydosWho Abydo5Who AbydosWho
Who would not do dowhat what be hath dOD dotMDeath dODDeath doneDaath
Death is but what the haughty brare brareThe bra braTho brareThe
The weak must wartho wretch must crare cafoThen aaVCThen crareThen
Then let life go to him who gare gareI s1Y s1YI
I have cot 1 quailed to Dangers brcnr brcnrWhen broIfWhen bro broWhin
When high hi and happycecd I now nowThere now7 now7There nowThere
There la i also an Interesting letter by byByron byByron byByron
Byron from Genoa while whlJ he was engaged engagedIn
In buying arms and ammunition for the theGreeks theGrooks theGreeks
Greeks Another interesting lot is a amanuscript amanuscrlpt amanuscript
manuscript containing extracts from the thejournal thejournal thejournal
journal of Thomas Moore In the auto autograph autograph autograph ¬
graph of Lord John Russell relating to tothe tothe tothe
the burning of Lord Byrons memoirs memoirsThese memoirslhe memoirsThese
These lhe o documents almost aIm oat certainly would wouldhave wouldhave wouldhave
have cleared up the mystery surrounding surroundingByron surroundlnbByron surroundingByron
Byron which has exercised biographers biographerssince biographerssInce biographerssince
since his death deathAn deotAn deathAn
An important series of seventynine au autograph autograph antograph ¬
tograph letters by Walter Scott addressed addressedto
to John William Croker and written be between between between ¬
tween 1800 I and 1131 also was sold sold These Theseletters Theselelters Theseletters
letters discussed many topics and per person pereons 1 1sons
sons son Including Lord Byron whom whomwrites whomwrita whomwrites
writes Scott I would fain bring back to tosound tosound tosound
sound politics and sound sense as his histalents histalents histalents
talents are really of such an extraordi extraordinary extraordInary extraordlnary ¬
nary description do crlpUon In sincere good goodwill goodwin goodwiU
will to him and to the country he be belongs betongs belongs ¬
longs to I have done my best to give him hima
a rally rallyThere rallyThere rallyThere
There is another important letter from fromWalter fromWalter fromWalter
Walter Scott to R K K Douglas in which whichhe whIchhe whichhe
he repudiates tho suggestion made by byGourgaud byGourgaud byGourgaud
Gourgaud that some of the documents documentshe
he used us d in his Life of Napoleon were wereforged wereforsed woreforged
forged forgedOf forsedOt forgedOf
Of OUt Burns lots the most important importantwas ImportantWAI Importantwas
was a manuscript song of two stanzas stanzasentitled stanzasentItled stanzasentitled
entitled Wilt Thou Be My Dearie for forsinging tOrstnging forsinging
singing to the tune of Stators Doohta DoohtaThe DooltaTbe DoulataThe
The second seo nd stanza runs thus thusLasae5ay thusIurie thusLateMl
Lasae5ay Iurie sar then kVes kVesOr 1Df 1DfOr meOr
Or if thee wilt sa be my ala aiaBay aiD aiDSay
Bay J SOW w await tl rfa moee rfnseIfltwinoacaaaabe e Me Me1f M Mit >
it Ifltwinoacaaaabe Ifltwinoacaaaabe1ica it wfaaa wia eaaaa be beUna he helJtort
Una fer tatsc t l e Jar cbvee a aL laC laCLet me meLet
L Let t me me Jennie J nvicUy 1Itdd2sIru5dIIc qoIct dte dteTrasU 04 04Th5tc
TrasU Iru5dIIc c Slat thee toes es aw awJ aeJ meJcleletxnesiddyibe
J Jcleletxnesiddyibe JcleletxnesiddyibeTrtstle Me let meTrttItt me mridOy dte dteTrattfeg
Trattfeg Trtstle that than toes JoesOther IenaOther M MOther
Other Interesting lots were an auto autograph aulagraph autograph ¬
graph poem by Chatterton entitled entitledHeccar entitledHeccar entitledHeccsar
Heccar and Gaira an African AfricanBelogue AfrJesnEclogue AfricanEclogue
Eclogue two Interesting letters by byMeredith byMoredlth byMeredIth
Meredith on authorship and literary literarystyle Utornrystyle literarystyle
style an Imporfknt series of letters lettersfrom lettersfrom lettersfrom
from Benjamin DlsraolII before he was wasprime wasprIme wasprime
prime minister and chiefly addressed to tohis toJ tohis
his J B sister also an autograph receipt receiptfrom receiptfrom receiptfrom
from Oliver Goldsmith acknowledging acknowledgingthat
that he Received from Mr James JamesDodsley JamesDodley JamesDodsley
Dodsley 86 6 guineas for writing and andcompiling andcompiling andcompiling
compiling a history of England EnglandOf EngJandOt EnglandOf
Of a similar character was the origi original origin1 origina ¬
nal na receipts signed by Laurence Sterne Sterneand Sterneand Sterneand
and James Dodaley Dod l y for the sale of the thacopyright thocopyrlgkt thecopyright
copyright Tristram Shandy which whichwas whichwas whichwas
was put up for sale sale but not sold soldA soldA soldA
A pathetic PRth Ue letter included in the lot lotwas lotwas lotwas
was one written by Grace Darling to toMr toMr toMr
Mr Douglas of Birmingham askinghim
him to thank the subscribers to her herfund herfund herfund
fund fundAmong fundAmong
Among the many Interests which oc occupy oc oceupy ccespy ¬
espy the time of society people men and andwoman andwoman andwomen
woman alike there J none none especially in inLondon InLondon InLondon
London which takes so strong a hold holdand bo1dand holdand
and is so enduring as that of making a acollection acollection acollection
collection of some one particular eurio eurioSeine eurioSOlne curioSeine
Seine go in for jewels others more moreutilitarian moreuUlltarJan moreutilitarian
utilitarian collect furniture of a certain certainperiod cortainperiod certainperiod
period others again like Lord Howard Howardde Howardde Howarddo
de Walden are connoisseurs of and go gofar gotar gofar
far afield to collect armor of all ages agesbut 8GOSbut agesbut
but but on the whole the fancy is chiefly chieflyfor chieflytor chieflyfor
for oddities 9ddIUesB For some years 0815 Lady LadyBlanche LadyBJaae LadyBlanche
Blanche BJaae le Rosslyn had a hobby for col collecting collecting ccllectlng ¬
lecting skulls both human ones and re reproductions reprodueUons reproduetious ¬
productions In china plaster and metal metalthe me metalthe J Jthe
the gem of them ill JI being a very small smallivory smallOf smallIvory
ivory Of one onet which on being opened op ned die displayed d dplayed dieplayed ¬
played a tiny UDY tiny watch watchThte watcbThis watchThis
This reminds me of a skull which is isto isto isto
to be seen on the walls of Sir Arthur ArthurPagets Arthurets ArthurPagets
Pagets ets particular sanctum In Bolgrave BolgraveSquare BoJgraveSquaro BoigraveSquare
Square It is that of an Afrldi picked pickedup pickedup pickedup
up by Sir Arthur on the figld fi fiId ld of battle battlewhich battlewhich battlewhich
which is weirdly interesting Intere tlng from tho thopeculiar thopeeu1lr thepeculiar
peculiar configuration of the skull and andfrom andfrom andfrom
from the fact that that a tooth has grown grownout brownout grownout
out of the lower jaw close to the middle middleof middleof middleof
of the chin bone Sir Arthur has several severalcollections severalcollections severalcollections
collections one of snuffboxes specie ¬
mens of otwblch which have come to him from frommembers romD14mhen frommembers
members of the royal family while the thewalls thewalls thewalls
walls of his study stud above referred to towhich towhtch towhich
which ia I a room on the ground floor tloo of ofhis ofbls ofhis
his town house are completely covered coveredwith coveredwith coveredwith
with wild animals anli dls heads from the thesmallest tI1eamall08t thesmallest
smallest of deer and antelope to lions lionsleopards lionsleopArd lionsleopards
leopards III and tigers all of which have havefallen havefallen havefallen
fallen to his own own gun gunSir gunStr gunSir
Sir Bache Cunard and his father be before before before ¬
fore him have collected armor and in inthis InthIs Inthis
this Lady Lad Cunard has much helped him himtheir him himtheIr himtheir
their halt at Novlll Holt having a splen splendid spJendid splendid ¬
did display of every description Mrs MrsXiUlu MrsLulu MrsLutu
Lulu Harcourts collection of minia miniatures mlnloturtS minlatures ¬
tures in wax Is unique very Interest Interesting Interesting interesting ¬
ing and singularly beautiful beautifulMrs beautiful1rs beautifulMrs
Mrs Hall Walker alker has a marvelous marvelousnumber marvelousnumbor marvelousnumber
number of china cbws quite unequaled unequaledby
by b any one one and to these for somo years yearspast yoarspsst yearspast
past she has added china birds while whileher whileher whfloher
her brother Mr Sheridan lately mar married marrIed marnod ¬
ried to Miss fiss Claire Frewen who col collects Qollects oolbets ¬
lects Jacobian furniture and silver has hasa hasa hasa
a hobby of china cottages of Chelsea ChelseaBattorsoo CholseaBattorson ChelseaBattorsea
Battorsoo and other old makes Mrs MrsGeorge MrsGoorge MrsGeorge
George Batten the singer who so late lately lately lately ¬
ly lost her husband for many years yearsbos yoarsbllS yearsbaa
baa given much interest to gath gathering gathering gathering ¬
ering uncut stones and tho old oldpainted oldpalnled oldpainted
painted eye brooches which a couple coupleof coupleat coupleof
of hundred undred years ago ago were the rage ragelovers ragelovers ragelovers
lovers having their eyes painted for fortheir fortheir fortheir
their faire ladye lad o on any an old piece of ofIvory otIvory ofivory
Ivory and set as a brooch while in re return re return return ¬
turn the lady had a representation of ofhor other ofher
her eye similarly painted for or her ad admirer admlrcr admirer ¬
mirer mirerMmo mirerMme
Mme Clara Butt Buttnow now Mrs Kenner Kennerloy Renneroy Konnoricy
icy oy Ruraford Rumfordhas has set bar fancy on sil silver s11ver silVer ¬
ver ver fish fishes os of every size and kind La4Y LadyDufferln La4YDuOorln La4yDufferin
Dufferln lets no article de vertu of ofthe otthe ofthe
the period of Louis XV V or Louis XVI XVIpass XVIpass vI vIpass
pass her by If It Is at all attainable attainablewhile attaInablewhile attainablewhile
while Mrs Jordan Jord Mott makes Napo Napoleonic Napo1eonlc Napoleonic ¬
leonic relics a special object objectMrs objectMrs objectMrs
Mrs Willie James may be said to be an anInvoterato anInveterate aninveterate
Inveterate collector for or no sooner has she shefinished shefinished shefinished
finished so far as any one can flnlsh flnlshQne flnlshQnecoUection finishonecollection one onecollection
collection than she starts another Lady LadySackvillos LaaySaak111os LlySackvliles
Sackvillos hobby is for jade in every everyform everyform everyform
form Lady Decles and Lady Marcus MarcusBeresford lIarcu5Btresford MarcusBeresford
Beresford share a love for cats whether whetherreal whethorrool whetherreal
real or represented in china silver or orbronze orbronze orbronze
bronze Mrs Chauncey possesses some somewonderful somewonderful somewonderful
wonderful ivories which were the great greatInterest greatinterest greatinterest
Interest of her late husband Mrs Bur Burrowes Burrowes Burrowes
rowes of Stradone who always has been beena
a great lover of fine needlework has the thewalls thewa1ls thewalls
walls of her boudoir covered with em embroidered embroidered embroidered ¬
broidered pictures many of which she shehas shehas shehas
has done herself herselfAnd herselfAnd herselfAnd
And so the list goes on scarcely two twopeople twopeoplo twopeople
people one knows In society having col collections collections cotlections ¬
lections of the th same article while one oneof oneor oneof
of the most perfect groups of Bartolozzl Bartolozzlprints 3artolozzlprInts liartolozzlprints
prints I have ever seen adorns the four fourwalls fourwans fourwalls
walls of Mrs Harland Peoks boudoir in inBalgrava InBelbraV inBelgrave
Balgrava Square FLANEDR FLANEDRCowiigbt lLNEURCo ILASEURCoraright
Cowiigbt Co rlsbt DM im fer i McClure Newspaper N ewaTnPCr pcr Syndicate SyndicateDr Srndic1teJDr SyndicateDr
Dr Cook May Mn Confess Again AgainPironj AltalnFroo1 AgainProii
Pironj too St StLouis Louis Ttinxa TtinxaIf TtimcsIt TthncsIf
If Dr Cook will now only abstain from fromconfessing tromc
confessing c nfesslng that his gonfessloh was false
In the East postoffice Inspectors are arebreaking a abreaking ar arbreaking
breaking up fake stock guarantee trust trustcompanies trustcompanies truStempanies
companies and In Texas about two twoweeks twovecka VWGeeks
weeks vecka eeks ago a cowboy cowbo factory was wasbroken wasbroken wasbroken
broken up by those thOS Inspectors said saidElmer saldElmer saidElmer
Elmer F Gray of Houston Tex who whola wholsatthefliggs
la lsatthefliggs lsatthefliggsThis at the Rlggs RIggslThls x xThis
lThls This cowboy factory was located at atSan atSan atSan
San Antonio said Mr Gray and had hadbeen hadbeen hadbeen
been doing a land office business all over overthe overthe overthe
the United States For 2 2 according to tothe tothe tothe
the advertisements of the factory real realcowboys realcowboys realcowboys
cowboys would be made and placed on onthe onthe onthe
the great RIncon ranch The receipts receiptsat
at the factory from aspirants for the thewhirling thewhirling thewhirling
whirling lariat and life on the range rangreached rangereached rangereached
reached several hundred dollars a day dayThe dayThe dayThe
The factory comprised one man A Aprinted Aprinted Aprinted
printed letter distributed and mailed by byagents byagents byagents
agents of this man In the large cities citiesespecially cities cltiesespecially citiesespecialiy
especially in the North and East served servedto servedto servedto
to bring the dollars The letter said saidthat saJdthat saidthat
that the great Rincon ranch near San SanAntonio SanAntonlD SanAntoflioct
Antonio AntonlD l8 < ng a matter of fact fact there Is no nosuch nosuch nosuch
such ranch ranchwas was In need of additional additionalcowboys addItionalcowboys additionalcowboys
cowboys and that energetic strong strongyoung strongyoung strongyoung
young men different from the oldfash oldfashioned oJdfashloned oldCashtoned ¬
toned Texas cowboy were needed Good Goodwages Goodwages Goodwages
wages and comfortable quarters In ad adopen addlUon addition
dlUon to the tasclnot1onof fascination of a life In the theopen I
open with all the adventures dad pleas pleasures pJeasures planetures
ures of the range were the inducements inducementsThe inducementsThe InducementsThe
The Idea of a cowboy factory con continued con continued continued ¬
tinued Mr Gray originated In the in interest in interet iratereet ¬
terest maidens In the North are evinc evincing evincIng evinclug ¬
ing In Texas cowboys Gov Campbell of ofTexas ofTexas ofTexas
Texas and Postmaster J J Stevens are aredaily aredally aredaily
daily receiving scores S ores of letters asking asking1them askingthem askingthem
them to furnish the names of cowboys cowboyseligible cowboyseligible cowboyneiiglhle
eligible as husbands The idea of a cow cowboy cowboy cowboy ¬
boy factory originated upon the publica publication publication publicston ¬
tion recently of otIelters letters of some of these thesemaidens thesemald thesemaid
maidens maidensWnile maid as asWhile so sohlle
While hlle the cowboy Is still an institution institutionIn
In Southwest t Texas he has practically practicallydisappeared practicallylsappeared practicallydisappeared
disappeared from the vicinity of San SanAntonio SanAntonIo SanAntonio
Antonio the cutting up of the large cat cattle cattle cattIe ¬
tle ranches Into farms relegating him to tothe tnthe tothe
the pages of fiction or history or driving
him to the still remaining large ranches ranchesin
in Northern Texas TexasWalter TexosWalter TexasWalter
Walter MeAtee of ofMontreal Montreal Canada Canadaa Canadaa
a mining engineer who Is at the New NewWlllard NewWUJard NewWillard
Wlllard In speaking of the various re resources TO TOsources Tosour ¬
sources sour of Canada Canada said that if that thatcountry thatoountry thatcountry
country undertook to buIld und a navy she shewould shewould shewould
would have to buy nickel steel armor armorplate armorp1ate armorplate
plate for her ships from the International InternationalNickel InternationalNIckel InternationalNickel
Nickel Company In the United States Statesthough Statesthough I Ithough
though Canada enjoys the exceptional exceptionalposition exceptionalposition exceptionalposition
position of having a monopoly on the theproduction theproduction theproduction
production of nickel nlckeLIf nlckotIt nickelIf
If a condition of war existed II con continued contlnued continued ¬
tinued Mr MeAtee she > might be pre prevented prev prevjusted ¬
vented v nted from buying nickel of her own ownproduction ownproduction ownproduction
production but manufactured by the themonopoly th thmonopoly themonopoly
monopoly in the United States StatesCanada StatesCanada StatesCanada
Canada is up against the interesting sit situation situation sitanton ¬
uation of owning the nickel supply of the theworld theworld theworld
world but that supply is controlled by a aforeign atoreign aforeign
foreign corporation with 1lh headquarters h dquarters in inthe Inthe
the United States That foreign corpora corporation corporation corporation ¬ 1
tion holds up the British government or orany orany orany
any other purchaser purcha r charging exorbitant exorbitantprices exorbitantprIces exorbitantprices
prices which go to pay fabulous divi dividends diy1dends dlvidends ¬
dends to American stockholders stockholdersThe stockholdersThe stockholdersThe
The matte smelted Is exported to the theUnited theUnIted theUnited
United States and is manufactured there therefor thtT thtTfor therefor
for exportation and sold to Great Britain Britainand BrltaJnand Britainand
and the rest re t of the world If a war were wereto wereto wereto
to occur tomorrow nickel steel might mlgtitwell mightwoll mIgttwell
well be declared d contraband so whfle whfleCanada whneCanada whtleCanada
Canada controk contro the production of it itGreat it itGreat ItGreat
Great Britain which 1 h needs the steel for foruse toruse foruse
use in armorplating her war ships would wouldba wouldb wouldbe
ba debarred from getting it itThe itThe itThe
The remedy for the situation is ob obvious o ovious obvious ¬
vious There should be an export duty dutyon dutyon dutyon
on nickel matte the same as on pulp pulpwood pulpwood pulpwood
wood so as to force its manufacture manafa re ra raCanada tnCanada inCanada
Canada CanadaDr CanadaDr CanadaDr
Dr S W Phillips or Boston who is at atthe atthe atthe
the Arlington in speaking JdDg of colleges collegesand collegrgand collegesand
and collage reform said The The purpose purposeof purposeOr purposeof
of the collage today tD y 1 is to train mon monmentally lDfnmentRlly menmentally
mentally and morally for leadership le The Thegreat Tbegroot Thegroat
great changes which have come about in inthe inthe inthe
the college curricula In the last gener generation genfratlon genratlon ¬
atlon are not due to any change cb of pur purpose purpose purpose ¬
pose but rather to the changed require requirements requirements requiremeats ¬
ments for leadership Our modern civil civilization civilzaUon clviiination ¬
nation has so increased in complexity and andthe andthe andthe
the field of knowledge knowJ ge baa become bec me so sobroad sobroad sobroad
broad that leadership is no longer lo er gen general genend genoral ¬
end but has become specialized specializedThe speclaUzedThe specializedThe
The aim of the older college was three threefold tbreefold threefold ¬
fold continued Prof Pro Phillips Uto to give givemental gtvemental gjvemental
mental and moral training intellectual intellectualinterests IntellectualInterests Intellectualinterests
interests and scholarly tastes But with withthe withthe withthe
the growth of scientific xteDti c knowledge the theworld theworld theworld
world has made greater demands upon uponthe uponthe uponthe
the colleges The Increased application applicationof
of natural science to medicine engineer engineering englnEcrIDg engineerleg ¬
leg and the industries industries and the applica application application applieslion ¬
tion of economic principles to our grow growing growIng growlag ¬
ing commerce have h vo lengthened the period periodof periodI periodof
of study required for proficiency proficl DCY in every everyImportant everyImportant everyimportant
I Important calling We car tf no longer longertrain longertraIn longertrain
train mon for effective service by hold holding holdlag ¬
Ins to a single course throughout four fouryears fouryears fouryears
years yearsTho yearsTbo yearsTho
Tho modern college has thus been
forcer to add a fourth to the threefold threefoldaims threefolaims threefoklalms
aims of the older college It now must mustprovide mustpro1 mustprovide
provide 11 < a point of departure from which whichits whithits whichits
its students may go better prepared preparedInto preparedinto preparedInto
Into the professional profo iona1 and technical technicalschools tecbni81schools technicalschools
schools of their choice To accom accomplish 2CompUsh aceompUsh ¬
pUsh this many new subjects have havebeen havebeen havebeen
been added to the curriculum and elas elasticity elastt emsttcity ¬
ticity tt ity has bean introduced into the re requirements rtquirements requirements ¬
quirements A student may choose a abroad abrofld abroad
broad line of study which will aid In his hisfuture hisfulure hisfuture
future professional researches ro 1ches The col college colJege eelloge ¬
loge is striving harder than It hag ever everstriven everstrlvon everstriven
striven to train men for the highest citi citizenship elUzell5hlp citizenship ¬
zenship and the most effective service in inthe inthp inthe
the world worldUncle worldUncle worldUncle
Uncle Sam is kept so busy welcoming welcomingnew welcomingnew welcomingnew
new citizens al a his front door that ho hoseams heaeoms beseems
seams to be overlooking the wholesale wbolesaledeparture wholesaledeparture wholesaledeparture
departure of native sons over the th back backyard backyard backyard
yard fence feace enee said Herman H lL Board Boardman Boordman Boardman
man of St Louis who is at the New NewWlllard NeWWillard NewWillard
Willard WlllardThe WillardThe p pThe
The Philippines during the past ten tenyears tencar tenyear
years year car havo lured away at least 10000 10000Americans 10000Americans I IAmerIcans
Americans and fully a third of thorn thornhavo thomhava thornhave
have settled down in the archipelago arc1 pelago and andwill andwill andwill
will end their days there Probably five fivetimes fivetimes fivetimes
times as many man have moved over the bor border bordol herdor ¬
der into Mexico for in the City of Mex Mexico MexIc Mexico ¬
ico Ic alone there is a a permanent colony of of600G
16000 6000 Americans Thousands have hav set settied setI settied
I tied in other LatinAmerican states statesFinally statesI statesFinally
I Finally emigration from the United UnitedStates UnitedI UnitedStates
States to the northwestern provinces of ofCanada ofCnnada ofCanada
I Canada is increasing every year yearNo yearI yearNo
I No doubt it will astonish most mostAmericans mostto mostAmericans
Americans to learn l arn that almost 1COOOO l OOO of oftheir ortJlelr oftheir
their countrymen crossed cro sad the Canadian Canadianborder Canadionborder Conadianherder
border in 1009 1100 continued Mr Boardman Boardmannot BoardmanI Boerdmannot
not to look the scenery but to make makenew makenew I II
I I new homes under the union jack These Thesepilgrims TheseI Tlesepilgrims
pilgrims carried tholr all with them and andbought andbought antibought
I bought land According to th Canadian Canadianimmigration Canadiani Canadianimmigration
i immigration returns they were citizens citizensof cilIzfnsot citizensof
of the most desirable type for every one onehad onehad onehad
had ambition in him and a thirst th t for forhard forhard forhard
hard work and each had J d in his inside insidepocket InsIdepockot Insidepocket
pocket an average bank roll of ofThat 51005 51005That 1000 1000That
That is to say these theaeemlgrants emigrants withdrew withdrewin
in one year iQoootl 90OGQGOn from the wealth of ofthe orthe ofthe
the United States and Invested Inv ted It in inCanadian inI InCanadian
Canadian farms So far Americans have havebodght havebotJght havebotight
I bodght nearly noarl 2 2OOOO 60060 acres of land landacross Jandi landacross
i across the border and have added more morethan moreI morethan
I than half a mllion acres to the annual annualacreage annun1i annualacreage
i acreage of the Canadian wheat crop cropAnd cropAnd cropAnd
And the ond Is not yet for each suc succeeding succeoding sueceoding ¬
ceoding month sees an increase in the theemigration theemIgration theemigration
emigration Some Som of the States along tho thoNorthern thoNorthern theNorthern
Northern border borderpartieularly particularly Washing Washington Washington Washlngton ¬
ton and the Dakotas DakotAsare are already feeling feelingtho feelingthe feelingthe
the loss losso of farmers The whole of the theCanadian theCanadian theCanadian
Canadian Northwest is bespmlng an anAmerican anAmerican anAmerican
American colony Unluckily their their wealth wealthbutters w6 wealthbutters 1tb 1tbbutters
butters no parsnips for Uncle Sam SamHis SamHis SamHis
His tariff wall keel kee > out the products of oftheir ottheir oftheir
their farms and They gradually break breaktheir breaktheIr breaktheir
their old ties Many of them thom I might mightsay mightsny mightsay
say the groat majority indeed are be becoming be becoming becoming ¬
coming British Britts subjects and are taking takingpart takingpart takingpart
part in Canadian polities It is not in inconceivable inconceivable inconceivable ¬
conceivable that before many years an anAmericahborn anAmeriCanborn anAznerkmhborn
Americahborn Canadian will be bossing bossingtho bo bossingthe slngtho
tho Parliament Parllam nt at Ottawa And whatthen whatthen what whatthen

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