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SPKCIAL AGBNCy BtwwrieJr BiikUag BiikUagChic
HAM nAYSA Ioj e Jtoflatee JtoflateeSATURDAY
The Conservative Referendum ReferendumIn
In this country countr the Ides kI d of UM inttta intttative bditati8 tnttt
tire and referendum ret um is comparatively comparativelynew
new and in those Western States where whereit whereit
it ha hu been adopted aa au instrument instrumentallowing InstrumentaIlowtflK t tallow1D
allowing < the popular will not only 0117 to be beexpressed benprtWllld
expressed but to be DINed in force the thetendency tbettndeaq
tendency at t present ta to we It It1firgely more morelargely I
largely perhaps u than need requires Part Partof PartIt Psrtt
of t thia th l tendency of course may SF he at attributed attributed ¬
tributed to the desire of the th people to toteat totst totcst
teat the novelty JIDYeIt of tlua new power sr which whichhas otaIeb otaIebhaa
has ha been put back hits their tbet hands where whereit wta wtaH whr
it rightfully belongs belongsOne beJoftCLOne
One of the first t countries to make tile uaeof UHof tileof
of the Initiative and referendum was wa the thejutle tbe1lttle
jutle tttle republic of SwitseHand which still stillremains WI WIremai
remains remai for us P the heat be example e of the thepractical UaeIlIactleal thepIaetlcftl
practical worlctnca of the system There Therethe Ttaerethe
the initiative has h ha not been allowed to be become bscomne ¬
come 01118 a a vehicle vebkl for special legislation Ie on oni ODtery I Ievtry
tery i very and all occasions and the referendum refenaJ referen ¬
dum J um la used only M a 0 means of OfTopular secnrins secnrinspopular ISCUdS1IMpUIaF
popular opinion o opInion n on a matters of national JIdoaaIIJurtance Im Importance ¬
portance 3toce the th initiative and Sd refer refertnilura refert
t tnilura warn estabHabtd in Switzerland SWStser in inis Sahi Ir Irhtt
is hi htt it the referendum referen4u tau been Invoked Invokedonly laYOketlonly ivoke ivokeonly
only thtrt thirty t times though in that period perioduf periodur perLx I Iof
uf alxtytwo years hundred of biUa have haveen banI L Lkeen
I keen > < en paaaed by the tb Swiss aaaembty Of Ofthe OftIle O t tIlte
the thirty thtrt eases referred back to the peo people peoTle ps psjik ¬
ple the new law proposed was adopted adoptedby adoptedby t tb
b by both a majority OI1t of the cantons and anda ea I Ia
a majority 11 Jortty of tb the electors on In nineteen nineteenother Ableteeauther L Lo 1
other o her cases een the proposed law waa rejected rejectedThe rejectedThe
The 1 tiC matters iyi tter referred back 11 were ones of ofital eli o t tttal
ital i tal interest Intere to the people Among Jmo them themu I Iwits
u wits as the proposition pro osltlon of the u1Itate state purchase purchaseof e eUt
of Ut railway which was at a flrst t rejected J8Ject1dly rejectedby I IIly
by the people but bi letter referred to the thepeople tMptople tb I Ijople
people was adopted Among the WIle re referred teclred xererred ¬
ferred clred and accepted was the principle of ofcompulsory ofornpuJ80ry 0 f fconipuuioy
compulsory universal insurance against againstsickness uaautbiekn t tsickneai
sickness biekn the eatabUahment of a NeraI NeraIbank Federal Federalbank 1 1bank
bank the unification Wlll1cat of the cantonal cantonallaWli cantonallaWliinto laws lawsinto U Uinto
into federal criminal ert and civil codes the thecontrol tbecuntrol tb C Ccontrol
control of the tb alcohol coho1 monopoly by the thefederal thet tb S Stedtrl
federal t authorIties and the jrohlbtUoa ofi ofithe o othe othe
the IIJe ale at f absinthe absintheit bstutbeIt
it 1 t is plainly understood U teoct in SwHseriand SwHseriandthat S Stil1t SWtInerIsiltntt
that the th initiative and referendum ref are not notpolitical DOtpolitical no t tpnlitlcal
political weapon u to be lightly used Only Onlyin O01 O01in
in the ease sae of a genera and ucIItemand pressing pressingdemand preesth I Itlenund
demand are these thee powers invoked and andthen andthen an t tthen
then with such ueb moderation as to make makeit mak S Sit
it clear lear that the people do not no want them themin tbemin I IIn
in any way to supplant or override rep representative reprlientatlve rejmrvsentatlye ¬
resentative government vemmeat In Switzerland Switzerlandthere SwitMIIlaDdthere ii iithere
there are about OMM voters No law lawunder lawunder m munder
under the initiative can be proposed with withHsa withIt wtt it ith
It Hsa s than M00v OOOG votes and for a a referee referendum nferead refereedum ¬
dum d urn there must be a popular demand rep represented reprtentecl reprtsented ¬
resented by not leas 1e than 99G 3IIS votes votesSo YotaHu vossu
So u it will wit be seen that thia u system of ofarrlina a f farrIving
arriving at the popular win in matters ol G Gkgislatlolt t tlgi1itIon
1 jrisUtion la la the country where it has hasiKm Mbetn lie a >
iKm longest practiced used carefully rstulLy and andthrouak siithrough I aI j jthrough
through experience skillfully and those thoseWestern uoeW this a aWceterit
Western W cstem States tell tfut have ba bay already secured securedit 8IIC1Ir 8IIC1IrIt escure it itit
it as well as 1 these who hope to toj embody embodyit omhod I IIL
it in fl their legislative t1v programmes MO ftHjtfae ftHjtfaefuture tDtt the thefuture th a afuture1
future future1 will do well to study M the ex example exampl e eample ¬
ampl ample of Switzerland in this ttttWatcb regard regardWatch regerdVateh
Watch him him Old Father Tim Tt Is earning earningstrong ooinl ooinlI cemmin cemmint
strong I rong on another lap of Ufas 1ItS7Ne race seen seento 100fttu coo cooto
to to be flntehedOar flntehed flnlshdOur bed bed01lrYonlt
Oar 01lrYonlt Yoitiifwt Department DepartmentOur Departm nt ntOur
Our youngest governmental department departmentis epartmsr I
is 1 not so young but that its latest la ra raport roport r L Lport
port just issued is its eighth a report reportthat rQportthat ropom t ttIat
that should be more interesting to the thepeople thepeople Ui to topeople B
people than such reports usually 1 are are be because be bel b btetUIe ¬
cause l tuae it tndteateg the varied work that thathas thatlliJ the Lt Ltliiis t
has lliJ tobe to be done under the Department Departmentof it itof t
of Commerce Coiyt and Labor It is 18 I of course courseunder eoul eoulunder I i
under this department that a bureau haa haajust bUju he hejust 5 i
ju just t completed counting the people o othe of ofUle It Ittii f
the tii United States and la at present en engaged enge or I ¬
gaged stgpd ge night and day in 1 sorting us ail ailout allout a aU 11 j
U out U L Into our various occupations incomes incomescolora laeom laeomulo I Icolors i
colors ulo of hair and what not Dott so that we wemay wemay 0 3
may know all there is to be known knownabout knownMbout know knowabout 31 a
about ourselves oura elYe It is this th department departmentthat JJIIttment JJIIttmentthat It ItLa lt
that takes charge of the immigrant ImtIt 8nt as assoon a a800n s sbOOfl La g
soon as he lands on IMM feese shores and andthrough andthroush am i I
through ita It Bureau of Immigration and andNaturalization andNaturaUzrtionwbo ar g
Naturalization NaturaUzrtionwbo whose work is I being beinglargely bdim bdimlargely Dg Dglari ig s
largely lari ely extended year by yoar youIt It seeks seeksto ebto aeeb aeebto v
to place e the incoming workman where wherehis wberehis whom whomhi t
his hi labor will be of the graatsst crt value valueto valueto VaIL to tor0 e
to the community communlt and to himself himselfgovernmental No Nogovernmental Nogovernmental r0
governmental department de tment has such suchvaried suckvaried cue th thvamled k
varied interests It has to concorn It Itself Itl I t theif ¬
self l about the great fisheries of the thecountry ucounlr U I Icountry
country chart the coasts cou Hlurainata the theharbors tileharbonl U I0 I0harbon
harbors and buoy buG the reefs and shal shallows shallowl she 1 1lows ¬
lows keep steamers from overcrowding overcrowdingtry overerowdinitry
try to prevent strikes aim to bring to together tog t tgether ¬
g gether ther < producers and consumers keop keopa ke p pa
a wan war eye on the doings of corjwra corjwrations corpo corpotlons l ltlonz
tions and hold in charge the standard standardinstruments dard dardInstrwnenUi t tInsJUUmentM
instruments of weight and measure measurewhich IDeftturowhich o owhich j
which regulate the selling of peanuts peanutsby pe pnui nuts nutsby Is Isby t
by the peck no less certainly than the theweight theweiCht U ie ieetght e
weight etght of the steel teet that goes into a abridge abrld abrlde
bridge bridgeUnder brld brldeUndir
Under the administration of the present presentSecretary presentcret preset preseteCret4r
Secretary eCret4r cret f y of onrmrrcc mmrc iuHd Labor the thelion tbolbn U 0 o1ijn
lion Charles Nagel aKel the department has ha3t lia 3
In tile t1tO past year added another industry industryto
to t o its list It has embarked in the seal sealakin sealkin
akin s kin trade Up to last year the Alaska Alaskaeal
seal s eal 1 hunting bnnUn was leased to private privateparties prIvatepartl privatetI
parties partl tI and the lease having expired expiredtire
tire t he government took charge ch re of it in ac accordanee
cordance c with JUt an act of Congress owing owingJargeJ owIngaIIY
largely I to Uw fact that the th seal herd herdseemed herdaoem herdeemed
seemed aoem s c1 to 118 ua In danger of extinction extinctionAfter extllCUonAfter
After 41 ttit experts under the direction of the thodrtmBlt
department d epartment had b been cn consulted it was wudeemed
deemed d expedient to kllloff kill oft a large e num number numbel xwvnet ¬
ber b et of male ma1 seals JIe as these thee were greatly greatlyin poeatlIn
in i n excces 8xCOIIII of the cows eow and in fighting ftchttngamonI
among a mong themselves them they managed to kill killgreat 11great killreat
great g reat numbers numore of UVe Ue young younsThlrtQon seals sealsThirtaan
Thirtaan T Uiousand bull uuj were ere stain laJft to tothe
the th e advantago Io of the herd which In Infuturo Infuturo Inuture
futuro f will have more ample protection protectionand protectOan protectionnti
and an a nti the sealskins placed on the London Londonmsrliat Londanma01let
msrliat m srlot are e expected to t bring in no DOth less lessthinj Iis
th U thinj in nt 340eoo UfiO As A Congress Congr appropriated appropriatedonly appropriatednly
only o nly 1roOOI OOM for the work of battering batteringtho bolterlftlthe botteringhO
the t hO Alaska saal HIllbd herd it can be Hem that thatthis thatthtl
this t ono bureau alone of the Department Departmtot
of o f Commerce and Labor to returning retunllnDeat a
neat n eat profit to the government Last Laatyear Lutyear Lastter
year y ter under the private lease system systemthe ystemthe
the government received only onl onlfrom HM4QQ I
from f rom the Alack Alaska seal herds berdaThla
This eIghth eapth annual report ot the De Department De Departmut Dortmeut ¬
partment I rtmeut of Commerce and Labor is an anattractive aDattftlcth
attractive ft document and one that gIves v vtboM
those t hos who read it a finely bel intelligent intelligentMe JntelUpntkIea InteWgentdea
i Me kIea i dea of the many branches bra of endeavor endeavorin
in i n which Uncle Sam watches out oat with withoaret1l1
careful c avuncular oye over the interests interestsof
of o f his hi nephews nph ws and nieces alee aleeNe nIeA
A New Ne Jersey Jene woman vowW on club wants w Gov GovWilson
Wilson to get t a law enacted making all allmarried allmarried
married m arried man wear weU a ring rt on their theirthumbs theJrUtulDH
thumbs If It la passed the Ut gay dogs will willkeep wtUJeMP williep
keep k iep their thumbs tkum in their pocket poeketa poeketaThe pocketsThe pocketThe
The Invention of Federal Powers PowersThe PowersThe
The doctrine of Now Nationalism D first firstpromulgated ftntpIOIDulpted liratromulgated
promulgated p by Cot Roosevelt at t Oaa Oaawatomie 0watomle Oenwatomin
watomie may be dead aa a a politic politicahlbboleth poUUea1 poUUea1ahlbboJetb
ahlbboleth s but it ia erWeot that it la lastill astUi
still s till rather alive as a a topic for argu argument arp1Dfat arguint ¬
ment m int and controversy controversyCol
Col Roosevelt la his famous f4tQIo speech speechhjBld apeeeIutkI speechlnId
hjBld t that there t was little or orenee no differ difference ¬
ence o nce between the powers DO of the Fed Federal Federal ¬
eral o ral government and those the of the States Statesthat Statethat Statesthat
that if there appeared to be any such suchdifference Iacbdla
difference dla d It was simply because we had hadfatted nad nadtaDti
fatted t to Interpret ihe b Constitution prop properly properl7 proprly ¬
erly e rly If there was airy need for guy governmental guyrnineustal ¬
ernmental e action anywhere of which whichadvantage wldebacItAp
advantage a had not been taken by r the theStates tiNStatw tiLeStats
States then it was clearly clearl the duty ac according ac acCCIIIdtq soording ¬
cording c to Mr Roosevelt for the Prod President P Pt ¬
dent t or or1 at least Jeut some one ia Waahntg Waahntgton W Wtoa
ton i ou to take up the work workIn workIn
In discussions on this Ut subject Jeet m ID the theOutlook UseOuUook
Outlook Dr Dr Lymaa Abbott Col Col Roose ROOIeelt itoocevolts Roosevelts ¬
volts elt chief seems inclined IaeU fd to stgrei grto 0 In Inall Saall insli
all essentials nU ntInIc with his contributing contributingeditor CO U1baUq U1baUqeditor
editor and to hold that because 1HMa the Con Constitution Con8dtuUolt ¬
stitution had not expressly stated that thatcertain tbatet1taJa
certain governmental powers were eon eonf 001Iterred coaerred
f erred an the Chief Executive xeest1ve ue ft most mostnot IIW8tIot mimInot
not be taken diet U t CoMtUiiUon Cal t1lUua t1lUuato meant inesaiito
Uf to deny the exepejps of oeu tnsjw govern governmental n nmeDtalpowen ¬
mental meDtalpowen meDtalpowenODPOHd powers powersOpposed powersOniioeed
Opposed to this point of view ew to Prod President Prottdeat ¬
dent H P Judson of Chicago Uaiver Uldftly Vulverwho Uaiveraity
aity y who 1 o in a letter to the tM tboOuLIook tboOuLIookadmits Outlook OiiUookadmits OutlookIt
admits It that under u der certain eomfalona It Itmight JtHdPt II L Lmight
might be deatarahle for the Chief Bxecu BxecuUve JDxeeuU ecn
Uve U to do certain things Ud that are not notspecifically DOtcJ1 aolspocuiccily
specifically cJ1 authorised toy any eoBStme eoBStmetkw CIOIIItJUeUOp
tkw tI n of the ConstItutIon But he ta very verycareful wryearetuJ veracareful
careful to distinguish la between b what wbatepl is islegal Ii I IIegi
legal and what is desirable H Hmany HJDaJI Re coos I
many JDaJI points en which w leh Congress might mightbe t tbe L Lbe
be helpful to the government P ment aa a whole wholebut oJebut wbolbut
but aa they may not legally be done it itis ItS ii L LIs
is beet b08tthat that they the be left undone UD oae Op Opposed Op Oppoeetl Opposed ¬
posed to this view Dr Lyman J Abbott Abbottdeclare AbboUdeclar L Ldeclares
declare that the Constitution of the theUnited tlMUJ thi L LUnited
United UJ tecI States is a living and growing iaatrument Ia IaatruJQftt ia Instrumint
atrument Adopted for the theof governance governanceof governncof
of thirty millions of people some of its itsprovisions ttaprov It I IprovIsions
provisions prov and clauses c dances are not adapted adaptedto ada tfd tfdto I Ito
to the uses of ninety million peopte and andthe aa4th andthe
the th sum of a rather long O K argument which whichhe whichhe whichhe
he presents preeen Is that If the Constitution Constitutiondoes CouUtadondoea L Ldoes
does not contain OOIItfJn Inherently b the powers powerswhich JJCWt JJCWtIISeIi powerwhich
which IISeIi the 8 fullbodied country eoua y needs Jteeda it is isthe Isu Ii L Lthe
the u business buan and duty of the Supreme SupremeCourt SuJIeJMCourt L LCourt
Court In some mysterious way to clothe clothethe clothetile L Lthe
the Constitution with the necessary pow powers po poen pewore ¬
ers ersAnd And opposed ipposed to both these views we wehave webave w whave
have the thee sane expression ex of that scholar II oJarIn scholarin r rj
in j politics Qeveieet Weodrvw Wilson Wilsonof WlIItonof Wlosiof
of New N Jersey who at the conference coal of ofgovernors ofIOftMtOIII o ogosrnols
governors discussed d the New National Nationallam NaUoaalJus National1cm
lam aDd instated ited that while wbll jt It was right rightfor rlchtfor I Ifor
for the Federal government erDt to tolbe to exercise exercisethe S Stime
the fullest CuU power in Federal FedcalRdt concerns concernssuch I Isuch
such power should oukl never ney be allowed to tooverride teeverrlde ti i ioverride
override or dominate purely local condi conditions 00001Uou condiDons ¬
Dons He summed nnod up tho danger of the thewhole thewhole tb p pwhole
whole project of New Nationalism when whenhe wJumhe a ahe
he declared that he did not believe in inthe Inu Ii Iith
the th ulnve invention Uon of Federal powers Said Saidhe SaJdht ais I Iht
We have no foolish ooU or pedantic Jeal Jealousy Jealousy ¬
ousy ooa of Federal power We Ve believe in Inthe Ii v vthe
the exercIse of the Federal powers to the thet1nOilt th e
utmost extent wherever it is necessary necessarythat neeeaarythat necessar r rthat
that they should be brought into action actionfor actiontor a afor
for the common benefit But we do not DOtbelieve no t tbelieve
believe the invention of Federal powers POWOllleither I Ieither
either necessary or desirable dealrabJeIn desirableIn
In common parlance rlnCe this th hi saying yin that thatwethe thla t tWethe
we wethe the American Ameri n people peopl peopleare < are re quick to toseo ti 0 0see
see that extending the use of Federal Federalpowers Federalpowers I Ipowers
powers an inch the Federal powers powersJnIIelv a athemselves
themselves JnIIelv 8 may soon take an ell With Withi Witi Witia
a a wise farseelng qapnbla and honest 1ontChle t tChIef
Chief Chle Executive the stretching of the th a apowers
Federal powers to cover some Mm wrong or orto o r rbring
to bring about some me good might be of ofareat 0 f fgreat
great benefit to the country but all n the thetime th 0 0time
time we are sane enough to recognize reeotl1lzethat reeonIs e ethat
that it SB I dangerous dan roua to the liberties Ub rU of otthe a f fth
the th people to go outside the law lawTho lawThe
The States must be sovereign and sa u uprom upromo
prom under constitutional limitations Ifmltatlonwithin L LwtthIt
within their own borders and no political politicalfetich LI LItOUCh 1 1feUcb
tOUCh or promulgation of new faith faithmutt I Ibe
must be allowed to impart the liberties libertiesof UbertJaof C Cof
of all the tb people peopleThe poopleI peopleThe
I The medical journals report report with wtth won wonder wond I Idcx ¬
der d the tit earn nof of a man uajiwk 1lnw1tO who ia Itri living with withhalf withball wit Ii Iihalt
half his h skull gone Still we have seen seenpoliticians Henpol1t1cl1Ul1 see fl flpoliticians
politicians completely cOfuPttOJ lose Iietr hoada hoadaand hoed Is Isend
and 00 still a Wl exist existThat extwtThat exlsLThat
That Mr Robin of New York seems seemsto eemato seeni Is Isto
to have1 been a ablrd bird of a bank buster buaterWe busterwe
We hardly know whether it was a acomJhnent acompilmont
compliment or not that the Smithsonian SmttMonlnIn11LltalUon St StInStitUtion
Institution intended by giving the name namoof naiti 0 0of
of the colonel to a shorkclawed sltort clwed shrew shrewWe ahrewWI chje
We might be able to tell better if we weknew weknew w wknew re
knew exactly what a s s c Co s is 1 1Tho IsThe
The only objection we have to seeing seeingmore Helngmore seem g gmore
more Congressmen CODgr mcn in Washington so as asI s LS
t to give our increased population repro representation reproaint8Uon reproentaUon ¬
sentation s is i that It is likely to Increase Increasethe fncroasethe Increasee
l the th e size of the Congressional Record RecordThe RecordThe BoaonLThe
The latest things in P P A Y E I street streetcars IitrQotctUIJ strqetar
c cars ar isLlot machine that makes change changeAll chanGeAll changell
j All A ll they need neednow now is an invention to give giveever giveeVer givevery
e ever eVer very one a seat seatabout aeatThe seatThe
The tact actthat that It 1tcosL COtil Mayor Glynor GlynoraboutltUIO
about aboutltUIO a bout MIQ9 l to be shot at by a a wouldbealto wouldbe wouldbeassassin wou1dbessassin
a assassin also recalls the taut that said saidshooter ld ldshooter
a shooter is still un untried untrl6dMedicine
Medicine Hat wants its name nam changed chn1SodIt
If I t it succeed IDeC it wont get half as much muchtr
f free tr 00 advertising herof 1 hereafter aroatt ter terAnd r rI rAnd
And may it net ba that the vary fact faetthat aet
t that th at we w are r unprepared for war w r helps helpsus 1111pllq
u us s t tc keep out of trouble troubleThe trou lo loTh
The Th scientists say now that the aver average Qf Qfhuman ¬
age a la human being is worth about 6000 6000We 6000e
We W e never knew before how far below belowthe balowthe
t the th e average we are areWe 810Va areWe
We Va liope hop that all l qaraara flood have havetkan bantakfJII
tkan t notice tot of what happened to those thoioBritish tholQDrtUah
j British B ritish officers who used u td their Ul Jr Kodak l lIn
t in n Germany GermanyAn GermaDYAn
An Atlantic City woman kissed a po policeman OJleeman o ¬
liceman hi ceman who restored a diamondriug diamond rmg ring she e eha4
j had h ad lost And we thought thoughttho the police were wet wetnet
f not n ot allowed to torecivo receive gratuities gratultiea gratuitiesWhtsit
When a frensJed New York financier financiercant flnMel flnMelcaDt
c cant c ant even vst break into a a lunatic asylum asylumit
it must be the wrong sort ofr o frenzy frenzyA trolY Y YA
A man who chucked a lion under the thechin thocbln
c chin c hin in San Francisco lost throe thro flngars flngarsAdmiral fin finA4mtral
Admiral A dmiral Sims who tried to pat one one also alsogot a apt
1 got g ot Into tutotrouble troublene trouble troubleThe
The Tb Nashville Nviuo Banner sa says that a a man manwho mfUlwlto
who w ho beta on how races ra ought to be pun punished pun1ahec1 ¬
ished Id led He is ill If he keep it up ong ongenough 0 0tDOh ongnough
enough enoughPoor tDOhPoor e
Poor Augustine A Blrroil chief secretary secretaryfor IQCQtBrytor secretaryor
for f or Ireland t No Nosounor sooner did he got out of ofthe oCthe ofhe
the t he way of the saftragottes than he bad badhis ha hahili
his h is pocket picked pickedThose Jleked JlekedThaee
Those Italian kidnappers who have htw been beensentenced boeaHIlteneecJ
s sentenced to twentyfive years y imprison imprisonment bnpriloameAt ¬
meAt w ont might aat see if some ao O of 0 their u friends friendscant trl trlcant
cant c ant ransom then thenawfully i iIt
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It so awfully fully bard for some of thou tboteMexicans e
Mexicans Medea to understand that President PresidentDtec PrNWlDtDtu II IIMedea
Dtec D isa has declared that the revolution ia iaAmong I
e ver I II I1IIOft I
Among 1IIOft other ot er NewYoars resolutions let letus lets I Irl
us a s resolve rl If we climb on the witeragon water waterwagon
Ii Iiwapn
wagon w agon not to talk about It too much muchIt muchIt
It hi said that the latest fad is pajamas pajamasfor prjaznsJor I I Ifor
fA for f or the women while they do housework houseworkAnything houseworkityUuing
Anything A to make the home attractive attractiveThose attraettoTbcNIo
Those who were made c ill by by bavin having two twoChristmas I
Christmas C dinners crammed into them on ontwo ontwo I
two t wo successive days may take comfort comtort ia iathe Sftthe
the t beThougtit thought that It will be nearly noorl a dec decade doc docade doedo
ade a do before Christmas Day comes CO on Sun Sunday 9unday Sunay ¬
day d ay again againExSenator againExSenalor In InExsuator
ExSenator Smith Sndth of New Jersey JOIH says saysthat sa satbat soyabM
that I be stand for a Just tapig tmrt In which whfobbe wJalo1M whiche
be b e differs tWr from many legktetars who are arejust arefor erauit
just S uit for tariff tJtriffFrank tut tutlraak tariffFreit <
Frank Qotci says that he baa given up upthe 1IPthe u uUm
the wrestling game and is goin going beck to tothe tethe t
Ut the farm but then this may 1f ho only o a aconventional aGOIIVdona s sonyentlonsI L
o conventional New ow Yoare y resolution resolutionMany reaolu resolutionNany Pn PnMIUIY
Many a a woman got an automobile veil veUfor v vfer
t for ier Christmas who never even redo In a ataxi ataxL n ntaxL L
taxL taxiMaybe
Maybe that NaaavilU justice who is giv giving 51 51IDa gireg ¬
IDa l eg cut rates ra en marriage tarr mWi SO foes hopes lI to toget tept to toget
get even by fine over matrimonial matrimonialsquabbles matrbnotaiWaquabb matrlmoidtmjquabbles
squabbles squabblesIf aquabb aquabbIt s quabblesIf
If that unknown UJ uaknotWan JfP man man who stole the themanuscript WlemaaUlelipt themanuscript
manuscript score 1cjc Qf C two new operettas operettasin opcr operettan tas tasIn
in I n New York will 1 oOwo me 0 forward agrat agrattal a grate grateful ¬
ful country will 111 award wrd him a modal modalThe moMJIM medalThe
The editor of tae T Tokidoosa akaloosa Ne New News s says saysAll sanAll saysAll
All kinds of pavements are good OOdueept OOdueeptucI xaept xaeptmndH I
mndH mud ucI N Thy brother you QU must have havebeen hav havIn e eMea
been in Washington Waat DrtoR recently recentlyDimples rIeOlltY rIeOlltYHb recentlyDm
Hb Dimples Dm are going out of style styl styla says saysa I
a a contemporary Yes the thetuhlou fashions change changewith cnaswwith S
with the years and what ware w re dimples dimplesonce dlmplMonce diznplosOflOC I
once are wrinkles now nowAviation nowvJatkm
Aviation is very much like life itself itselfthe ItHItthe Itslfthe
the higher you go 0 the colder col er and s41 more morelonesome more10000000Q mor S Slonesome
lonesome it it itWhy iLWhy IsWhY
Why doesnt some sttistkian with withplenty withpleaty withtime
plenty of time on hIs hands jLsJl us some something IOIftcdaiBf ¬
thing thIa about the horrible mortality utot4Hty of ofChrtetmas otChrllltmu o ochristmas t
christmas toys toysTnt toysThat
That km lone highwayman n who held up an anexpress angoam at atepreod 1
express train hi Texas Teca robbed the th Pull Pullman PaUOItec Palltflfl ¬
man porter first ftrlt That haps h p got m mtellicence tn tntdltaeae intehIt5encs
tellicence tdltaeaePOLITICAL
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New Yortf DcHoomta D han wen eoatmt of tile tketafUmtBN tiletiaa thi a
tafUmtBN Uw tiaa quHttoa q MW a tt aUar itxUBe New York YerirwIIoun thiS is iswko I S
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poMd to be SB ohwwt Brthftatiw lfW fat fa favorite favoriteth WHit WHittile it itArisooa
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dcu i n State eYe lino I th there ra w were c any anyVnm anyt
Vnm t tfae lb Da DQtoa an News NwwIf N NIf
If the Piufcfant were t to dw decete te e one minute to each caefaletter eachIeUw cad cadIe Is
letter Ie tiMrarnd to bte b ho would hare to work an aniat wi wiiJIMrnQItodl1 u uIMeeruty
iat iJIMrnQItodl1 rniptQdly stztoaa ae bunny bo ra a day Ho could hardly hardlygtenca Iwdlrat hardt hardtsoea
gtenca soea at Uw NButafaic 4000 OO pieces donn of mall matter matteriikliiaMl maUerMtd110 nataI
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Fn InIa tte New ew York World WorldIB WorldI
IB I isite of Ute artnerdtoarr aWHsorttean aoapa fran erpiw erpiwion expnsat eirnrico I
rico ion at the polls i III Kercraber the nete raost fre freejaently fftQUeDtJ in
ejaently Mwrftd seded at WaAinateo is tot t of partleaB partleaBahip puilia1bIp partlassmIp I
ahip No one party va fa cas iaatmcted tI at tho ballot ballotbates balotbani 1 1boon
bates If tkeitenir 0 eftlf vsa u a popakr r mandate enc enctcadtac exteDdIaI e eto
tcadtac to an pertJes aDd to aft political htknl leadna leadnatint Jeadmtllat leader I Ithat
tint was OB
Slurring Mr r Carnegie CarnegieFrom Carnegieiris
From the Ohio o SUto Stab JournaL JournaLHow JOIImalHow
How any ftU man could slur CarnegiE for forhis forhe fo fohI r
his hI great reat gift in the interest of peace is ishard Ishard I Iherd
hard to imagine I ne But there ore such suchmen suchmen sucimen
men We noticed that a minister spoke spokeHI spokeIII spok spokof
HI of Mr Carnegie because he never gave gaveanything gaVGanytrinc gay gayanytiing
anything to religion We would like to toknow toknow t tknow
know if this great gift tt of ten millions In Insupport Insupport Ii
support of the cause e of peace on earth earthsM earthaacl eartiand v
sM good GOd will to men isnt giving It to toreligion toreltclon t D
religion This was the th glad tidings that thatthe thattJae tha thathe t
the birth of Jesus Christ brought to man manJdnd manktnd mankind
kind nineteen centuries ago and which whichhas whichbaa whicibaa
baa ever since been the prayer of of hu huinanity 1umantty humanity
inanity Mr Carnegie joins in the prayer prayernot pr8 prayernot fr frI1
not I1 t perhaps in the form of a ceremony ceremonybut ceremonybut I Ibut
but in the form of a groat gift giftAVhnt sifthnt giftWhat
What hnt Worried orrletl the Puritan PuritanPMP PuritanFr PuritanFme
PMP Fr lwdr lwdrTh Pa PaTile tit titTK6
Tile Th Puritan settler was In a gloomy gloomymood gloomymood gloom gloomrHooI
mood moodTl8
Tl8 indeed a hard Ufo anda and a perilous perilousone perilousone S SOflC
one here In tho wilderness quoth he heOne lIBana in 5 5One
One can scarce get enough from the soil soilto soUto so 11 11to
to keep body and soul together Still StillAnd StlUAnd StillAnd
And here he brightened a trifle trifleit trlfieIt trifleit
it ia not as bad as if I Irtid to sup aupport support siyport
port all those who will claim me for their theirancestor thcrancestor they r rancestor
ancestor by and by S
I Senator Lodge sat t in i the th lobby lob y of the thoI
New N ew Wilhtrd the other morning in a alounglul
I lounging lo unging position with his legs crossed crossedand Qros oo ooand
and nd a cigar in his mouth puffing away awayunconcernedly
unconcernedly u like a man who ho had been beenloafing beonlCHl1ln
I loafing lCHl1ln lo oting around hotel lobbies all his It life lifeNow UreNow
Now theres there nothing remarkable about aboutthat abouttbat
t that hat It it had been anybody but tho thoscholarly
a scholarly ss Henry Cabot Lodge who is issuch 18web
such s uch a a highbrow that hanging haJ1stn around aroundpublic aroundpubUc
public p ublic place such aa hotel lobbies has hasng
1 long lontbeen lo ng been out of o his line e Strong men mnwho
who w ho have been in Washington for or years yearsand yearsand
and a nd year stood GOd and looked at the figure figureof figureof
of o f the th Massachusetts 1q cUlltttll Senator in amass IIma IImameat
meat m eet and declared that t theyll b be pro prooared
oared o ared now to see him hlmoktlh smoking smokin a corncob cornoo cornooph
pipe ph p ipe and having his hi neck shaved all the theway
way w ay around in the back bttckTo
To Senator Hughes of Colorado Coont half halfthe hillthe
the th e fun of bong a United Unl States Stat Senator Senatorlas SenatorI
las I i in having occasion to ride rid back and andforth andforth
i forth f in the subway automobiles between betVfonU betweenhq uetwtanthe
tI the U t hq Senate office G koe building and the Capitol CapitolIf
If I f be had the time Senator Hughes would wouldprobably wouldI
probably pr obably stay in one of the machines by bythe bythe
I t the he hour and Just rkle rid and ride aDd rid ride ridehaY1nc
i having h hi more fun than a dog cJ at a tub fashionable tublonable ¬
i ionable rat r t killing Aa it ia fa be frequently frequentlymakes trt < luent17 luent17mak
makes mak m akes two or three thr round trips before beforehe beforee
he h he e gels out out and he h usually takes the theelevator uelevator Us Uslevator
elevator e at the farthest end of the lee ottlcebuUBlng o leebullltDC
buUBlng b in order to gat the longest l t ride ridepossible ridepouIble
possible p ossible When he was a youngster he hewaa hewu
waa w as crazy about a ut riding ridl on merrygo merrygorourwte DMfIYprounds
rounds r at county COWl ty t fairs and such ueta places placesand placesnd 1uu 1uuaa4
and a nd the subway autoa otter him about aboutthe aboettbe abouthe
the t he most fun of that son that boa be had hadsine had1h1ef
sine 1h1efSenator s sineSenator ince
Senator Overman of North Carolina C is isanother Ieanother Iinother
another a of the Senators most anthasiasUe anthasiasUeover eathMlutieover
over O Oth YT subway Joy y riding in the machines machinesthat PChInuthat
th that at the government venamellt so kindly provides providesThe provtcIeLThe
The thing ill that get p xcii these Senators 8tNtorawt ia iawhat
what w hat manner of man SenatorBailey can canbe canbe
be b e f or refusing to ride in the autos autosWhen auIHWhen
When Representative James A A Tw Twney TwDe
ney De n ay of Minnesota retires retlr at the close closeof claMot
of o f the present session Sereno B Payne Payneof P o oot
of o f New York will no longer have ya to todivide tovide toivido
divide d vide the honor of wearing wear the th largest largestsued IuptJtDed lariectlaM
sued s hat In Congress Concr Twaey TaWft and andPayne aadPuue
Payne r ayae each wear a 7 Ai 7j dome coverinc coverincWhen aovttriftcWheB
When President Taft was elected it was waathought wuth
thought t that there ther might be a third In Inthe IIIlbe
the t he 7 A class in Washington hUNt but the thePreaidvat thePreldd thereoldqist
Preaidvat P t only wears a 7 7There 74 74Tbere 7
There Thor is a a Senator and a a Representative nepreMAtatift Representa ¬
tive U ve or two who WeAr only oat a t P4 bat bat but butthey bottbe
they tbe th tha ey seldom if ever go around bragging braggingabout braatuabout
about a bout it itSenator It
iLenatftr S S S
Senator Newlands New of Nevada is the theman thewho
m man an who looks indignant PNt Not that he heU hea
U i s indignant nL II Ha Just looks that way wayOne 7
One would think from the tilt of his hiseyes hilieyea
eyes e yes and the rest of his facial arrange arrangement arrangeeet e emeat ¬
meat m eet that somebody 1IOIIM had Just been bHaUd along alongand
and a ad accused him oc driving CIrI aa old oldbrokendown old oldbrobDdown oldrokendown
brokendown b ping of a horse that the theHumane tbeHUIDaDe
Humane Society ought to have hav shot Il aa aaa umartJr
a martyr martJrbat
That would make Jr him more indignant indignantA bMUpantA indignantA
Buildings P and viasolii born bornBach burntech 11 11ac
Bach ac day da a a an anAt IreAt r8 r8At
At wellnigh we every tJ17 tern ternDisasters UrncUre tarnDmtsrs
Disasters dire direThe cUreJDODtb di diThe
The JDODtb months aoeotutt eistA hs 1IQli 1IQliA 1IQliTIle nwn nwnA
A amd array arrayTne arrayThe
TIle year y ta ending edio in inA IRwoful n nAwofulwy
A Awofulwy AwofulwyWM woful wof ul way wayHiMi wa waww
HiMi Jsvrs yon flajifjkr gq gqssbsupismnd ha > a aAnothor
Anothor blaao blaaetTie S v vThese
These ssbsupismnd ssbsupismndT be be upon my Twern TwernDtotrous d dIll
Dtotrous T sjay sjayThe S
The Ill Thomsutbheaasdnar ThomsutbheaasdnarAsisafla month has cost ns doar < doarAs
As 4IW Asisafla yoirJI agree agreeW e S Swe I
W we hope the bright tw twWI now year yearWill yourS
Will WlUbetterbs WlUbetterbsNot better he heXot M MNot S
Not So SoSmart Smart SmartI Smnrt SmnrtI
I I thought I was amartln n mrrylss an anorphaa
orphaa orphaaWnaf o M
Wnaf s the trouble troubleOh troubler troublerOh
011 Oh nothing Only thai girl exchangee exchangeeChristmas sgubssCbn i 11llUlJlII 11llUlJlIICI
Christmas Cbn presents with tweaty twentysews eevea tvtn tvtnaohopl
aohopl IGIaooI s chunw cIa S
Not Happier HappierThen lfupler happierThen
rhea Then wealth doesnt bring brmaNo hapebtessr hapebtessrHo
Ho to since we inherited money my pea peaie people ¬
p ple ie dont want mo to loaf In th the grocery groceryAnd groceryAnd
And I cant get no comfort out of 01tit loafing r
ta I n a a hank The hours are too short shortInterrupting abortInterrupting t
Interrupting the Game GameMother Gnmeot Causeblather
Mother ot r the baby J ta having a at atJust AL ILJust
41 Just as Im dealing d complained Mra MrsWattsTrumps MraWattTrumps
WattsTrumps Why couldnt she have havewatted 0 0walLeti
waited un uaII ll I was dummy dummyTime dummyThe
The Old Year YcnjSome YearSome enr enrSome
Some dreadful accidents oooerred oooerredBut OQQt1rrOOBut
But many IDIIII7Can aaen aaenCan mmcan
Can say y a a kindly kIIMII parting word wordFor WQrdlW wordA
For am amA
A ChriHtmas Chrbstiuzuhiouse House Party PartyThe PnrtyHThe PartyTb
HThe Tb The balls seem to ktos readfty tfeta tfetaeveowsT tJdIv tJdINo thu I
evouhsgItro eveowsT eveowsTNo v
No wonder somi Somebody has lee btm bong a asprig aeprte L Lprig
sprig s prig of O mistletoe mtllUet over the billiard table taJUaMaking faWoMnldnl table1aklng
Making Up UpJohn UPJoitn lipJohn
John Joitn this te the u last day ria of the year yearaad eIUaDd ysorsad
aDd I have made ma up my mind to go to the thetbeatar tileutw I
tbeatar tonight tonightMade tonightMade
11 Made up your mind eh Thats Tbat a fLtart a good goodstart guet I Istart
start tart New go to work on your back backliair r1 t
I IOtirLoas
Our OtirLoas OtirLoasTWa Lou LouTMs Lo LoTbIII S
TMs muckraking baa mad nude the big bigcorporations biSCOI bli blidead
corporations COI tloIIM dead sore e aDd hurt theeountry the thecountry I Icountry
country countryThatll countryTbts i iu1bal
u1bal Thatll right Hardly anybody ta I stY giving Iy Iylug ¬
lug In blotters this year yearCost yecrCost r rCost
Cost of War Warfoam WarIrna Vnr Vnr1hw1
foam the OewJaad Plata Dsafer DsaferEngland D fluslerIfaigland nlc nlcEngland
England has a war debt of S400000000e S400000000ewhich 24OOOQO 24OOOQOwhich iOOQOMOM iOOQOMOMwhich
which It will 1n never pay p y The Interest Interestaccount interestaoeount interosaccount
account amounts to 1289000000 annually annuallywhich annuallywhich
which the labor of Europe has to pay payThen payThen payThen 5
Then think of tho blood that has been beenspilled beenapUled beetspilled
spilled to create that burden and the sor sorrow sorrow sorrow ¬
row and anguish it brought to millions millionsof S Sof
of households and then listen to the cry cryof cryor cr r rof
of the war lords for more army and andbattle andbattle am I Ibattle
battle ships for more powder and cannon cannonNo cannonNo cannonNo
No It ta time for peace measures not notfor notfor no t tfor
for war measures time to t consider to toinsist toInat U LI LIinsist
insist Inat t to combine and to remove the very verypossibility verypouij ver V Vpriestj3illty
possibility pouij lUty of a fight ht It can bo done doneand aone aoneand doneand
and it is a crime against mankind not notto notto no noS
to do it itDuke itDulLc It ItDuke S
Duke as Locomobile Driver DriverFh DrIverlIMm DriverYton
Fh lIMm M 1 A P PAlthough pAJthough 5
Although the Duke of Saragossa is very verywealthy verywealthy ver y ywealthy
wealthy and owns large lrg estates in Spain Spainhe t3pttlihe p lu luho
he prefers the life of an enginedriver in inthe Inthe II IIthe
the service of a French railway When Whendressed VIIondretilfled Vltei Vlteidreesed
dressed in the rough garb of a driver driverthere drlv8tthere drivethere
there is > nothing about him to indicate indicatethat indicatethat indloatthat
that he was not born to the business s ex except except oxcept ¬
cept perhaps perba his wr4t whita IJtA linen collar and andhis andhis an anhis
his smartly cut shoes He J1 qualified live liveyears tlv tlvyeors 0 0years
years ago and since then thenb has a been em employed omploytd emplayed ¬
played on several railways in Spain and andFrance andFrance am LI LIFrance
France The Duke of Saragoasa ia i very verypopular nrypopular ver y ypopular
popular with his comrades on the railway railwayand mllwaytlnd
and he ta the only enginedriver in Francs Francswho Francawho Francwile S
who smokes goldtipped Jf ldtlpped cigarettes cigarettesDog1 elgarotteaDog cigarettesDog
Dog Talks Tnlk German GermanFt Germal1t CernianFum
Ft 1 Fum TiMHta TiMHtaA Tit ThIItIA Dtb
A Hamburg Hambu gamekeeper has taught hta htadog hlidoC hi C
dog tlo to converse e more more or less fiteqly in inGerman InGerman I n Cn
German Ibo animal bus become tequa tequafcious 1oquaous hoqun1ous 5
fcious 1ous ous in Teutonic gutturals It can say saysix sayilx sa y
six lx words of which one ta cake Well WellI WetI m
I can only say that our dog frequently frequentlytalks iroqucntlytalks y ytalks
talks what Is very vcry like German G man when whenthere wu wha n nthero nthere
there is cake on the table Our cat pro profers prefcrs prt prtera
fers era French
t than th an anything else The Senator loves loveslioraw loveshOr
I lioraw hOr Im i1l00d good horses horsessod cod he has a stable stablefull tabletul1
full f ull of them He sets half of the Joy Joyof joyor
r of f living out of his saddle horses Just Justnow Juatnow Justow
now n ow hes ho hesitating tftttnc between his loyalty loyaltyto
to t o the horse hOlll and his desire for speedy speedytransportation speedytanporlaUon
transportation tr and trying to reconcile reconcilehimself roconcUehlmelt
himself h to a hankering for a big bI chuff chuffchumng chu chuchu1ftnc <
chumng c < automobile to supplant the theprancing thepmnclRC
prancing p team behind which he ride rld rldea to tohis tohi
his hi h i olSon OfDC each morning morningHere mornlncHwe
Here ta an example of Senator Hew NOWend
l lands la end feeling toward a horse Out on onhta onhra
hta h is place fn Nevada he had a horse that thatwas thatwaa thatas
was w as too old te be of further use to any anyone
c one 0118 Ot to and he had placed placosl it on the retired retiredlist retiredUat
i list li st at full pay One morning it caught caughtIts CMushtIU
t Its It s leg in a barbedwire fence which in inflicted IntU ¬
f flicted tU cted ted serious otta Injuries When the veter veterinary veterIptuy ¬
i inary flZy came eam he said that it w wuid uld cost costat eMtat
at a t least tfo O to Ix the horse hor up again in and andas andu
as a s it waant actually ctuallyworth worth that much muchperhaps Inuehperbti
ps perhaps perbti p rhp the better plan would be Jut to toshoot toIIIoetlhe
shoot IIIoetlhe s the th animal and put it out of its itsmisery
misery miseryNo mtllerTUNo m isery
UNo No indeed IndeedkI said Newlands How Howdo Howdn
do d n T 1 know that the horse wants to die diePut dielJut dieut
Put I5 ut him on hta feet again1 and send me methe metbe
the t he bill Do you suppose auppo o Id want any ¬
body b ody to shoot hoot me when I get old just justbecause JuatbeeaUle
because b ecOUe Ive ceased to be worth the theamount theamoUftt
amount a of a doctor bill bille billNext billN
Next N t to amusing himself with ith his htahorses hlaw
horses h orses Senator Aator Newlands would ould rather rathersing rathernC
sing s ing nC II his wife plays l lan the piano while he It
lifts li fts up hill voice la song and they do dosay doMY doay
say s ay that ho has a firstrate voice voiceNow voiceNow voiceS
Now that Roosevelt nooaevt Is out of official officiallife ometalUte
life li fe for the moment the champion cross crosscountry o seo1Ifttry ¬
country c walker around Washington Wuhln < ton Is iathe Isthe
the th Right Hon James Bryce the British BritishAmbassador BriUhAmbador
Ambassador A With the exception of o Am ¬
bassador b Juaserand who plays play lawn ten lennta tennbl
nta n ic Mr 1 Bryee is about the only promi prominent prom promIMPt ¬
nent Is ent diplomat who goes in for much muchoutdoor mUthoutdoor
outdoor O exercise sercl But anywhere within
flve v l ye or six miles from Washington one onemay onemay
may m ay meet up with the sturdy Britisher Britisherudgtng
tr trudging t udgtng briskly along Usually he Is taaccompanied IsaeocMIIpaftJed
accompanied r on these excursions by his htawife h18wlte
wife wifeThree w ife
wlteT1ar S S S
Three T1ar or four House members were werediscussing werecttcuai wereiscussing
discussing d how it all happened like Ilk a abunch abu
bunch bu b unch of college aol boys boy fanning over or the theresults ther
results r esszk of a big bI football game e Some Somebody Somebod ¬
body bod b ody asked Judge Walter I Smith the thelowan theIowan
Iowan I owan who probably would have been a i
Republican R nominee against Uncle Joe i ifor
for t oi Speaker what his hi Is plurality was w The Thesituation Thj
situation si on in Whin Washington oa by the way ray ta tanot isot
not n ot unlike that at some boys school
wfl with w ith all the big b talk about who got t
flunked fl unked and which ones Oft passed Well
aa a s w We were saying when our mind began begano
to t o wander and get incoherent somebody MIDebod
inquired I of Judge Walter I about his
plurality pluralityI p Ut7 Ut7I
I had Lss 1 to the good replied Smith SlDtth
dryly d ryly as be bit the end off a a fresh cigar cigarand
and everybody know kDo that any man a who wboay
got g ot any ay larger aar plurality IuraUt > than L a this
year y ear did so by mean III of fraudulent
1 handling haD h UaK of the returns returnsonmiffct rotWIIL1Ir returnsIabssdt
onmiffct a 1Ir b PM c C 1Mb 1MbJERSEY EdlrJERSEY KCtIrJ
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House H ouse which was transformed into a avast aast
vast v ast emporium where every Yery conceivable conceivableroyal cpne hable hableluna
luna k ind oC objeet could bo bOItht bel
royal r highness hlShn purchased pUnha CI with the ut utmot
most m eet liberality for as she he remarked remarkedthe remarkedthe
the t he bazaar vas erg organized nized by tho Vie Vietoria Vletortu
toria t Hospital Ho pttal Ladies Ladl Association claUon of orwhIch
which w hich her royal highness hl hnou is president prdlnt11th
with w ith the object of raising lCCO pounds poundssterling poundisterUng
sterling s to endow a cot to the memory momoryof memoryf
ef o f King Edward EdwardLord EdwardLord
Lord Arthur Hill and Lady Lad White re re reMind
Mind o the princess who gave avo a most mOltcordhll
cordial c sad affectionate greeting to Lady
Llangattock L who was a in deepest mourn mournllaC
ing l ag for her son the late Mr C S Rolls Rollsn
In I n the th yellow yeUo ballroom tHlllt oom > paneled with withamber withamber withmbet
amber a mbet brocade were stalls 8ta stocked with 1th
beautiful b wares waru including quaintly q lntir made madeob
objects ob o t from the West Indies elegant
Parisian P arisian trKes and curious curto brJ brkftbra4 < rabra
from t rain the Argentine Lady TAd Arthur Hill
had h ad a a stall for the sale Ie of wickerwork rk rkmade
made m ade In Ireland Irelandrhe
The Duchess of or Buckingham drewed
in I n black with sables I Lady oy St Germans
Lady L ady PrtscJIla Prl cliia Annentoy Mrs Irs Ronalds
Princess Prine P Alexis Dolgorouki D Lady Laa Vava VavliliOur
sour S our Lady Mary Cooke Lady Allon and andady
Lady L ady Evelyn Glttard were a few of those those118tJn
assisting a 118tJn The beautiful onyx staircase staircaseand e
and a nd loggia of Seaford Hotpe I8 proved a agreat apeat
great g gW reat attraction and Lord Howard de d
Walden W aIde ita owner own appeared about abouttime te tetime tea
time ti me and was host to several veral friends trt n
From Seaford House the Duchess Duche of
As Argyll A rgyll went to 58 I Park lane to open a asale asale
sale s ale of hund haudwork nclWOrk ork held under the thepleta Us sun auspices ¬
pices p tcea of the Home Arts and Industries
Association A Here Lord Brownlow con
ducted d the duchess around the Stalin Lady
Waterford W aterbed was w selling golf coats eo ta motor motorltearta
scarfs ltearta s and sweaters made by the Cur Currllhmore
raghmore r workers work en and Lady BeIRJHtr BeIRJHtroUlh Beenberugh Beg r rough
ough o ugh bad her two daughters Lacy
Oranmore O 5flIflOre and Lady Gweneth Poruonby Ponso Ponsohelpl
helping helpl h elping to sell the needlework of Garry
hill I d
Queen Alexandra sent a check for Or oro JS JSto S Sto
to t o Mrs Carpenter requesting rOCl tlng that pier pwrchasea purchuea
chasea c hae to that amount should be roads roadsorarttctea madoof
orarttctea of o f ultelM suitable 1I1I1 for Christmas Clu tmu gifts tdttaaDd giftsnd
and a nd among the articles selected for her hermajesty hermaJest
majesty were pieces of Jlitakin POttery pottery1CarrfckmaeroM
CarrfckmaeroM Can1ctanae lace Jabot and wool woolruga woolniP woolugs
niP r ugs made de In Birmingham BinDli1 am The Duchess Duchessof Ducb Ducbot
of o f Wellington Lady Londonderry who Whow
waa w as accompanied by her mother Lady LadyShrewsbury IA4YRhTewaburY
Shrewsbury S Lady SL St Davids Mr Mrs Otto OttoBeit OttoBftit Ottoolt
Beit B olt Lady T Love1ace Lovelse ovelace and Lady Talbot Talbotalt Talbotall
alt a ll bought extensively O lvely lvelyThirty
Thirty year ago G landmarks almost t in 1 1no
numerable no n existed sw in London which the ther theeader
reader r familiar with the works of Dick Dickens DJek1BIPt Dickrw
ens t rw might ht reeogntee Gft re aa th UN seen ate of a achapter acbapter ahapter
chapter c or an Incident in one of his nov novel novo noxc ¬
el o c The heusewreckers JH lIHWnCkera pick has been beenbuay beenill beenusy
buay b usy in the interval and now after sf8 a ageneration S
generation g of change and decay deta tkare is laa i
a a sadly AdI diminished ecl number of buildings bufltflngswhich UI1dInpwhIdt
which can be identified aa the actual actualplace actuIlace I Iplace
place p lace which the master t had In his mind mindwhen btd i iwbea
when he hewv04 weavod hta 11 romancss around it itBut It ItBut S i
But there are even la Central London Londonseme L1NIde1lMIH
seme a af t these landmarks still remaining 5 i itU
Miss tU Flit Jtl PUs who it will be remembered rememberedintroduced rol8ber rol8berIntroduced rememberedntroduced
introduced I herself elC to the wards hi Jara Jaradyee Jarad
dc dyee d yne thus I have the honor to attend attendcourt ttend I i
court c dI regularly 7 With my document documentI cJocunta1 documentsexpoet
I expect a judgment shortly On 0 the theDay i
Day Da of Judgment Jntliv Hved cl close to Lie Lincolas Lieains i ilOIa
colas lOIa r Inn 18 In I the garden of thIs bin binQqjtf tnlt tanQnit
Qqjtf quite Qnit a bower in the summer time ttmeMo ttmeMothe she shetioa S Stb
the tb greater ter part ot tile long rues Iaeatleft ruesies
tioa tleft t ies being then relieved from her at attecdance attODdaaee atoisdacee
tecdance t in court She Sh lived so cfejae by bythat b bttsat hI
that t we had not time to have done hu humoring buIIIOIta huher ¬
moring her for a few moments t before beforeshe belore1Ie littonhe 1
she s 1Ie was Yo at homo Slipping ar us out at a alittle alittle u uittle
little l sis gate p toe Lb old lady stopped most mostunexpectedly I8OtlIunectedl
unexpectedly lIunectedl in a narrow back street streetpart Itreetpgt
part p art of otome some courts and 1aR lanes immediate immediately 11DIII8IIIUeIy ¬
ly l y outside the watt of e the inn and said saidThis aIeLTttts saidmy
This Is my lodging J Pray walk in inThe I IJhe InThe
The ground ved ftoor wa was a shop then thenkept t thenkept n nk
kept k by Krook Kr k dealer dM1 in marine stores storesThe sternsheep s sTI
The shop we are told wu was blinded by bythe b btlte bhe
the t he wall of Lincolns Inn Inn intercepting interceptingthe IfltirOePtiUithe
the light within a couple of yards Miss MissFttte 111 1111Utt I Ihived i
Fttte lived at the top of the boom he in ina 1ftMetty Ir I Ipretty
a pretty large room from which she shehad 8 8had S Shad
had a glimpse PM of the roof of Lincoln LincolnsInn LIDcoIaIIbS I i
Inn I nn Hall This seemed to have been her herprincipal berprtadpal hotprtndpal
principal inducement l du Dt originally orltnallyJtor for ink inkeg ¬
ing l eg op her residence there fleer 8be abe could couldlook couldlook I Iook
look l at It It she aid in the night espe especially ¬
dolly e ia the moonshine moonshineHer IDOOUht moonshineHer e eHee
Her room was clean c hut very very VeT
bare bar I noticed the scantiest necessaries necessariesin Deo 9sarJQ 9sarJQIn L
in I n the way of furniture a few old otdprlnts prints prta I i
from books of chancellors and barristers barristerswafered borristeroagainst
watered against the th wan and some half I
doom reticules and worktmgs contain ¬
big documents as she informed us I
There were neither coal nor ashes M in inthe Ic I Ithe i
the grate and I saw no articles rtlcl of cloth dothag > I
tog In l ag anywhere nor any kind of food
Upon a shelf in an open cupboard were wereplate werta ere erea i
a plate or two a cup up or tw two and so os I >
forth f < Ut but all dry and empty
She partly drew aside the Us curtafQ of 0
the long low garret window and called calledour c lledour caBotattention
our attention to a number of bird
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hanging there some containing COlttalntR several I i
birds There were larks ttmagts and n I I
IJ gfl4 SoWflnohoe I should think at lone I
twenty twentyI
I began to keep the little ereturoe ereturoeshe
she s he said with an object that the th wards wardswill wantm C Cwill 1
will m readily 1ettdU comprehend With th the thethought th e
thought th it of restoring them th to liberty libertywhen t1hertywbtn libertywhets
when my judgment should be given givenYeaa 5fvenY givenYees
Yeaa Y They die in prison pe1nsn n though Their Theirlives ThefrUnw Thou r rlives
lives Unw poor slITy st y things are so short In Incomparison Incomp ii t tcomporleon i
comparison comp rbiGft with chancery proceeding
that that one by one the whole collection colieetl i I
has died over and over again n I doubt
do you know k Ow whether one of these thesethough t thosethough oe oelhOu
though lhOu they are all young will live to tobe toDe tt ttbe
be free Very mortifying is 1 it not notMr noU noUYr notMT
Mr Krooks Krook other lodger in this house houseNemo houseNenio
Nemo the law 1 writer lives Jlv tD < ta the thesecond theMeOftd thi a asecond i
second floor and dies there theredle die as a the theinquest theInquot tb S Snquest
inquest I I reveals from an overdose of ofopium ofopluml o f fopium
opium opluml It is > a small room rO m nearly black blackwith blaekwith bind r rwith
with soot and grease ease and dirt In the therusty theMIsty tb P Prusty 1
rusty skeleton of a grate pinched at atthe atthe a t tthe t
the middle aa if poverty had gripped grippedit rIppqt I IIt
it it a red coke nre fire burns burn low IG In the thecorner thecorner th C Ccorner
corner by the chimney stands a deal dealtable dooltAbla doe Si Sitable I
table and a broken dk a wilderness wildernessmarked wiltlernQlSMarked S SmarkcI s
marked with wtth a rain of ink In another anothercomer anot or orQOrner C Ccorner r
comer a ragged ra ged old portmanteau on one oneof oneof on C Cof s
of two chairs serves for cabinet or orwardrobe orwKrdrobe a r rwardrobe
wardrobe no longer 10Jl er one is needrd for forit forIt fo r rcollapses r
it collapses like the cheeks of a starved starvedman starveThe red redJnIln
man The floor is I bare except that one oneold on onold j
old mat mat trodden to shreds of ropo yarn yarnlies yarnIlea L Llies
lies perishing upon the hearth hearthNo hearthNo hearthNo
No curtain veils the darkness darkn ilS of night nightbut nlshtbut t tbut
but the discolored shutters are drawn drawnaltogether drawnaHoSotJ1 draw n naltogether
altogether aHoSotJ1 r and through the two gaunt gauntholes gaunt gauntholes gaits it itholes J
holes pierced in them famine might be bestaring b batarin bstaring 9
staring atarin in Inthe the Bam BnnfhQo hoe and tho man manupon manupon me meupon j
upon the bed bedHere bedHere bedHere
Here not long afterward Kroek an aneccentric aueecentrlc a St Steccentric II
eccentric individual of intemperate tnt pr hi hat habits hatIts nb nbIta ¬
its far advanced in life ur expires of ofspontaneous ofpontaneoua c uf ufspontaneous f
spontaneous combustion a method of de departing deperUQI dc 5 5parting ¬
parting this thl life which led to much con controversy controversy I Itroversy ¬
troversy when Ble Bleak k House wan first firsteistn fir ut utpublished t tpubllshfd
published Dkk Dickens na repJled to tg th these crtQ crtQciS1M er1 I Iemma
emma eistn in the preface to a subsequent aub equcnt edi edition edition ed I IUon ¬
tion and maintained that what to called calledspontaneous callfJaJtOntAneous calle 11 11spontaneous 3
spontaneous combustion combu Uon was not oi oti1 oly ly pos possible posbiB L Lethic ¬
ethic biB but had happened in soveroj soero J well wellauthOnUcated welJuth I Iauthimnticated
authOnUcated uth ntlcatcd crises crisesAfter oneeaAttB
After that Incident Bleak House Houseknows HODSOknows Houseknows I
knows the rag antI bottle shop hop no more moreMiss mor
Miss Ml 11 FHtc no longer 10D < or lodges lod there but butdepart butdoparta bt bta it t
depart with her birds to live with Mrs MrsBlinder Mrsnil Mn a i
Blinder nil dw in Bollyard The shell bell of bricks bricksand brlckJiand beI K
and mortar In which the author laid these thesetragic thesetrastc thea theatragic I e
tragic scenes of Ida novel is still in ex existence exlate e ¬
late ee one of tho few remaining relics relicsof reUcsof relic relicof ta s
of Blekene London FUXK9R FUXK9RGfrrnfeM n1XRt1UlOW
GfrrnfeM 1010 by McCtare Nomaaper N ewieaiar SjMtafC SjMtafCPrcKcrvoji Skntt SknttPreserves t treHerf 1
Preserves reHerf in toSn Save e Elephants ElephantsPram HlcpbnntPm licphantaPenn
Pram Uw Ohio State Sa teteJzne1 teteJzne1Plans Jwtrnel JwtrnelPlans JJttJN1Plans
Plans have been ompleted < Umplt t d for the > os1 os1ablishn6e e cu I Iab1l8bro60
tabllshIflOVI ablishn6e of great reat preserves In Africa A Afric Africwhere ried sft j jwhere 1where
where tho elephant may ma l be > e free fr f tnm r < m th thattacks < i I IatUlcks
attacks of the himt hllntn T In MJirie ome parts partsof pmrt Ls I
of r the Dark Continent the elephant has hasbeen hr hrbeen La 1
been exterminated
55 55VIEWS
5 5itmuerleziuc
I American Womtiii Far garperlor garperlorThe SurperlorThe orlCrJorThe
I I The AlQertt American = q woman at twenty te far farsuperior tarSUperior fueruperb
superior s uperb ip every way wa U 0 > tho women wom n of ofthe otUte ofe
l the th e stfmease 8fiihi sene age of an any other country O esent UfttiY i ihave 1have Iave
have h ave visited almost every part of the theworlu theworl theorks
worlu worl w orks and have made mati observations along alongthia aloolU alongis
l thia U th is line in my tray travels abroad I have havemet havemet bareet
r met m et many American Am n woman n and in all allinstances allIntanee allstances
instances In stances have pave Ye found them uneqwied equaled in inevery mevery invery
e every e very respect respectThis reapeet1h respectThis
This 1h statement > was made by the tall tallwellbuilt taUwellbUilt tallellbuilt
T wellbuilt w ellbuilt thirtyfiveyearold thirtyfiv yearoj GornteJean GornteJeandu Oomta Jean Jeandu Jeanii
d du ii Monceau of Brussels BfD selS > Belgium at the theNew theNew tiLeew
New N ew willard hIlaM Jut st night Tb oount ount most mostpositively mHtpOiftlYoly fliOOtositively
V positively declared that he was net in inthis Inthla inis
t this th is country count in search of an heiress heiressI heir
I attribute the Lb superiority periorit of the theAmerican thoAmenn themerican
j American A women to the fact continued oor4juuednoblemen
t the th nobleman that they are given more mor morUberty
n liberty li berty and thus are aremadtt made more inde independent IndeP mdcendent ¬
p pendent P p ndent than thaJ foreign OiIn woman Foreign Foreigngirls JoreJsntrtfi Foreignirls
girls g s irls are highly educated and kept In iaschool Inschool inchool
8 school usually until they tb are twenty twentyyears twentyyear twentyears
y years y ears old but their education does not notaid notaid notd
a aid i d them in entertaining others tn In the thedrawingroom th thdr8Winrroom therawingroom
d drawingroom their musical education is isuseless Isuaeleu isseless
useless u and they are always of a a retiring redringsposition >
a disposition dispositionSpeaking dlflJNiU di spositionSpeaking n nSpeakIng
Speaking of Belgium the count who is isa isgraduate
a graduate of the University of Loovain Loovainaakl Loavainud
aakl st ud Belgium Bel um is making wonderful wonderfulprogress WOIMI wonderfulrogress rtul rtulproy I
progress proy p King KIIt Leopold before befor he died diedurged dJedurpd diedrged
urged u rged his subjects to travel and gain all allths alltlte alle
ths th e knowledge kno ledse they could This has been beendone beend beenns
d done do ne on a large scale and when iIeft our ourpeople ourpMIPie oureople
people p eople return from foreign tor fends s we weadopt woadopt wedopt
adopt a dopt whatever new ideas Idea and uptodate uptodatemethods uptodaternetho uptodatrethods
J methods m ethods they thu may have acquired We Wehave WeI WeVe
I 1 have II Ve some of the greatest and most skill skillful IIJcilleenI skillst ¬
ful fi st engineers eenI in the world Many of them themare Haemare thornre
a f are a re building railroads ra r and great bridges bridgesin bri briIn bridgesChina
in I Chin China and doing work throughout the theworld theworld theorkL
world worldCowte w orkL orkLCote
Cote du Monceau yesterday paid a avisit avJatt aisit
visit v isit to Count de Buisseret the Bel Belgian Belgian ¬
gian g ian Minister here hereA IsereAsk
A Ask HI k MnrpnyCharles Mrl Mnrpny MurpfryCharlai I Y YCharltllll
Charles Holland Duett of New York Yorkformer YorktOtmor Yorkormer
former f ormer Commissioner of Patents was wasseen wuBeen waseen
J seen s een at the New Wlllard last night nlc nightJudge t
Judge who is going 50 to be Senator Senatorrom enator enatorfrom
from f rom New Nit York Will It i be Gohalan or orSlMN orSI orheehan
SI S SlMN heehan heehanDont h hlW > Ln LnDont r rD08t
Dont MIr me 111 I dont t know Youd Youdbetter Yo Youdetter d dbPtt
I better bPtt b etter r ask Murphy Maybe hed tell you youand yound rou round
and a nd then Ut again be might not notMrs DotCbIIrlM notMrs
Mrs Charles Bmory Em Smith wiiiow wi of ofPostmaster otPo ofosimuoter
J Postmaster Po P osimuoter tmastAer General Smith accoaapuited accoaapuitedby
1 by b the Misses M Frances L and Lot IA Letahiul Letahiullvan Hul Hulllvan
I llvan 11 IU daughters c1a1Pt of Vice President thai ttullivaa HulUvaa thaivn
1 livaa Uvaa U vn o the Midvak Steel Work W8l1ut it J at atthe atthe
the New N 110 Willard WillardAmerican WillardAmerican VUlatdm
American m rlunn Cookinif C CooklmmNeodcid CooklmmNeodcidBefore ln XeodQd XeodQdBetore ecdad ecdadBefore
Before Porto Rico can become beeosn the thewinter th6winter thewinter
winter resort for American there will willhave willhave willave
have h ave to be some firstclass American Americanhotels 4DMPI morieanotels n nhotels
hotels h otels erected in the island with wltltaNt wltltaNteJaas ftret ftretclass rst rstlass
class c lass American cooking said Charts Ch B BLandis BL BLandis
Landis L ndbi a a former Representative from fromIndiana tr9mJudiama tramndians
Indiana I at the Raleigh recently recentlyTlit recentlyTII recentlyTim
Tlit Tim dimate tmatt of Porto Rico is i al h that thatone fba thatne t 1
one o ne could wi wish h but theie ia ono on great greatObjection greatbjection t tobjeocUon
Objection o to the whole holt thing and that te tethat i ithat istiat
that everything C edible that find Jinds its way wayon wayOft wayen
on the dining tablf is flavored with wit gar garlie garlic garie
lie l ie I do not seriously eriou ly object to t garlic garlicprovided Iarlicprovided garlicprovided
provided it is taken iu proper due few fewand fewand fewnd
and a nd far between beh eeII but I most deddtidlv deddtidlvobject dtl dcidlvobject t tMliv tMlivob
object ob to it as a steady diet I have havebeen IlIInebOftl havebeen
been in Porto Rico a number of times timesand tJme5and thomand
and whenever the word Porto Rice is ismentioned 13doDed inwondoneil
mentioned doDed now the word garlic toosjsi loo up upstore
before me like Ilk a nightmare nightmareHarmon nlabtmueUnrmon nightmareharmon
Harmon and Culberson CulbersonI
I am of the opinion tt t a Southern Southernman Southerna Southernwan
man a for Vice rJco Prorideot t OOWIQ on onJi 0 0cratJc Demo Democratic Dunoritic ¬
cratic c ritic ticket would strengthen 8 staengthe4 eDCthen if a aeii great greatdesX
desX 4 eii safe J C C1UaiIr Xiohf PJch oft MoWe M i Aa Aageneral Jnet i igeneral
general net counsel of the Mobile and Ohio OhioRailroad OhioRailroad 1 1Railroad
Railroad at the Raleigh recently recentlyHarmons recentlyHarmoa recentlyHarmons
Harmons Harmoa victory has made him the thelogical th th1ortcal thelogical
logical candidate for the Presidential PrasJdantialnomination Prl PresidentialnomInatIon luaI luaIoonduoa
nomination and if we could have as s a arunni arunning
running runni mate m te for Harmon a Southern SouthernDemocrat outbernDemOClU SouthernDemocrat
Democrat it wnoJd uId add addSUMCtb considerable considerablestrength oouddorblestrength
strength to the ticket Senator Cufiber CulberjIOft Ousiborwould
son would probably not accept the n DI nem nemiiadon m mtaUoa
taUoa I i for Vice President Hat if he hecould becould hecould
could be induced to do so it would make makea Wk Wka
a winning combination for lli l11HiJl1IaOD l11HiJl1IaODlid 11Harmonand Hrmon Hrmonand
and Culberson CulbersonIf
If the Democrats DemO < rat8 manage to ke kitp k ep p out outOf outGt outOf
Of blunders bIUfld between now and 1JU m there thereis thereDOthLnc thereV
is I V nothing flOthifl that can prevent the elrtfton elrtftoni On Onor
of a Democratic President Woudrow WoudrowWilson WoodJowWi WoudiowWilson
Wilson Wi ta a strong < man but Gov Har Harmon HArbU Hermen ¬
mon baa greater eter claim upon the Dumo Dumooratie Dumocratte Danoerotic
erotic party by reason of his long serv service MfVIce service ¬
ice and loyalty There ta no hotter few Jawvert iowyer
yer and he is a stazesmaa at D of the high higneat hlcbest higheat
eat order 0IderulUnn orderWoman
Woman ulUnn Suffrage Suifragemind and Prohibition ProhibitionBdward ProhibitionBctwanl ProhIbitionlidwaxd
Bdward Wallta Heel Journalist jow pub publicist pub11clat pubHeist ¬
Heist and for two terms t governor of ofKansas oiKantIU ofKaneac
Kansas when that State was the hot hotbed hotbecl hotof
bed of olJXobtbltJoR prohibition agitation Itat when neen neenat een en enat
at the Bbbitt blMU recently declared that in In1omtU1 inwomen
woman suffrage ho saw a probable slier allevlatlon 81 slierJatleun n nJatlon
latlon of the barroom remnant ramaantIn rallCll remnantnhiny t tIn
In nhiny my judgment ent be said MI manhood manhoodand oodand msiboodand
and womanhood should be bonded to tober togerber
gerber ber In civil government I have never neverheard neverhoard vel velkrd
heard a good argument against woman womansuffrage womanffrap womansuffrage
suffrage ffrap and I would go 109 miles to tohoar taltoar t tboarons
hoar boarons one oneI t tbelieve
I believe a a woman should have hlLYOvote a avote
vote if only to protect pr t her son growing growingup powtngup
up to manhood Woman In pottttos la 1aaM inand
and always baa been beeaq an influence h for forgood torgood forgood
good If 1 women have baY the ballot the thesaloon theSftJoon thecoloon
saloon will have to go goI >
1 nm an optimist The world to grow growing growIng growlag
ing better and I pity the man who ho is isnot Isnot Isnot
not glad he was born bornKarwas bornK5anaac
Kansas has b been a temperance State Statefor Statefor Statefor
for thirtyfour tblrtf ur years Kansas was wa the thefiring theftIloK thefiFing
firing line of prohibition Now the thewhole th thwhoe thewhole
whole world baa caught the Kansas Kansasspirit CanaasspIrit
spirit But I warn you that what is isMOod isgoad
good for the cause of temperance Ip isaccomplished Ipaccompltsbed ipaccomplished
accomplished by temperance The man manopposed manoppo manopposed
opposed ed to prohibition has a right to his hlaopInion hisopinion
opinion In Kansas onethird of the thecUlti thecustlus
cunties cUlti have no prisoners la jail and no noreekltaW norOSIdOSIS
residents of the tit poorhouse In Kansas Kanas1 Kanas1out
Si out of MS I counties have haV not sent a aprisoner aprtMoner aprisoner
prisoner to tho State penitentiary ry in the thelost 1 1last
last year
Prosperous Alaska AlaskaOn lhlmOne tlasknOne
On One of the most significant of the years yearsdevelopments yearsdoveJopments yearsdevelopments
developments in Alaska according to Ed Bdgar Edgar Edg5r
gar F Thompson of o Seattle who Is at atthe attha
the Arlington ArJln to has b been the Increasing IncreSingnumber Increasingnumber
number of small stamp mills mfil which have bavebeon havebeen
been put in operation testing ttln out the thonumerous thenumtrOU8 thenumerous
numerous veins of freemilling quartz quartzwhiCh quartzwhich
which have hi VI been uncovered une in the course courseof oot omirsoof rse rseot
of the last year eAr or two twoOn twoOn
On the coast continued Mr Thomp Thompson Thompton Thompson
son who is interested intere ted in mining proper properties prOperties properties
ties some ome phenomenal paenom Dl cleanups have havebeen iievebeen
been made mail by the small mills which have havedone havedone havedone
done their first work the present season seasonH IICIUOnt omsonIt
H t Is with the development oY 6 the quartz quartzproperties quartzpropertieS
properties that the greater great prosperity pnNIpertt will willcome willoome willcome
come to Alaska and the greeter Mter wealth wwuthwill WH1thwm wealthwIll
will be uncovered u eoyerPd in that country When Whenthe Wilentb Thenthe
the tb railroads 1 l1roada are constructed into the theinterior theInterior theInterior
interior so > that it will be possible to toget toget toget
get in mining mJnln machinery without an antraagant ex ecravagmnt
travagant outlay there thff will be quartz quartzmilia iueirtzmills
mills by the hundred hundr d all over ov r the th interior intertoror interiorof
of Alaska With Uh th permanent mines mlbeawill mineswill
will come the p pfrman1mt rmarumt population to todevelop todevelop todevelop
develop the rountry in a thousand dir diCferent direrent
ferent erent directions directionsA
A Mxssachiwtts minister IHITlI ter was making his hisfirst hisa hisdret
first a t visit to Kentucky Kentc several veral your Y yeirs r ago agoHo aEoHo go goHo
Ho heel to spend the night in a sn oma omamountain mvatl mvatlmountaIn H Hmountain
mountain town where feuds and HV Ii itsn itsnshine > MI MIRhine 11tthlnt
Rhine abounded Engaging En Engagn gaJit i f1 In f < fin > nraa n nlion rlft rlftHon
Hon with one on of thp uh natHcs he i y sal ss1My it1 it1My
My fri frlf r rti Fim < i thi t tttb hiI is a vry vury tihuiws tihuiwsytatf ti Fbulusitat thllJUS thllJUStatl
ytatf itat tatl I hear hearLord heftll
Lord l rd replied the th man tnere haint hainttwentyfive hainttwcntfive iszinttwcntyflve S
twentyfive Bibles in all Kntucky o bntuckY ntucky

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