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PostofBoe ns neeond-clnas matter. SATURDAY. APRIL I. 1008. CASTRO IS A DIFFICULT PROB? LEM TO SOLVE. U the contumacious and Insolent Uns? tro Is In close touch with tho Unltutl Statea these days, bo Is doilbtlest 1 very happy Individual, as lie Is of the sort that finds delight in the fact that he Is n souroo of worry and trouble to others, but if lie continues hilf ut tor doflnncn, pcrlinpa it ?III. not bu auch a long Ihne before his happiness ill changed to something else. Since tho pnpors bearing on tho Venezuelan quoatlon were given to tho public tho belief has been growing that some? thing imiat be done to the head of that country, but just what men.iuris tibotilil be taken to compel hint to be less Itiaolont to tho United Slates is no easy proMeni to solve, There seem to be only two ways In which ho can bo brought to terms?to menace him with force of nrina or threaten him with trade reprisals. The country will naturally hesitate a long time be? fore sending to Venezuela n punitive expedition. It has in the past shown in no uncertain way that H depreci? ates such a course, and It perhaps would be cotuldl red Inconsistent If It did what it told other nntloua they must not do. A trade war with Venezuela woul I seriously injure the Interests of that country. A popular proposition Is thnt the Hulled Stales place a prohib? itive tariff on Venezuela coffee the ex? port of which constitutes about one half of the foreign trade of Venezuela. Of the eff.tey of this device to ItlfUct punidhmcnt there is little doubt. Yel It may bo that Castro, wily and re , aourceful ns he Is. would find n way to circumvent this more. The question has been asked whelh er It would ho dignified for the United Sftttes to adopt subterfuge, or indirect mcamr, of enforcing what are univer? sally regarded us legitimate demands If the question of difference with Venezuela was one of tariff a punitive duty on coffee from that country would bo a stroke in kind. But the issues spring from the refusal of the government at Caracas to satisfy claims; of American citizens, the Jus llcu of which lids country is convinced, or to "Recede to lltclt reference to The Hague' court of arbitration. In the last analysis of the case Venezuela ban adopted a position of utter an I contcmptone defiance of the United States, Involving a denial of its con tcntlons on a variety of subjects and a refusal to admit its rights to press for settlement any of the questions at Issue. To withdraw the United States nilnikter front Caracas would merely . Rover relations and leave Castro hap? py In his immunity from further mo? lestations. The case Involves no many ramifying considerations- that It was too much even for President Roosevelt, to solve, so be sent It on to the Senate. Whatever Is undertaken should bo carried out to the llnl.dt. If It in doomed licit to send n fleet to Venezuela to bring that olArtinnte. un? grateful country to terms, it should do Its work so well thnt a second los ton would never ho necessary. It would perhaps scorn the part of a bul? ly to have a war with Venezuela, litt' feiere are k<a of things a great na? tion has- to perform which it does not ?want to do The commlitco on. torclgu rolatious HnffiMHSaHkaSS which has the case of Vono/uola un? der consideration, will doubtloss con? sider this unhappy cpiitrovorsy from all reasonable points of views. With much deliberation und with an earnest duidre to maintain a friendly Inter course with the South American coun fry, in whoso behalf the good offlccs of this country have more than once been effectively exercised. Mat the point of view which will dominate the situation, and from which final deel slon will bo made us to furl her action, will he that regard for the honor and dignity of HiIh country, for the right ! of Ha citizens and the Integrity of Its treaty stipulations, and Tor those prin? ciples of International Justice. equity ami comity which form tin- only abid? ing basis of friendly relations. KEEPING FOOD FROM STREET DUST. The health departments In n largo number of cities are pursuing a vigor? ous campaign against the exposure of meals, some sorts of fruits ami con foctlonary from the dust which blo>vj about In' Hie street.!, and In some In-! Btance-s, rigorous ordinances have been adopted t? break up the filthy practice. About a year ago the ques? tion was agitated In Newport Mows, but unfortunately the proposed ordl nance W.lg never adopted. That tin* city needs an ordinance requiring all merchant* to Keep within doors cer? tain articles or commodities, or have them Inclosed in glass cases, there U not a doubt. II Is a prudent and sani? tary measure which should he made effective as soon ah- possible, it la true that the Offering* of the merchants exhibited on the outside of the store nre attractive looking and perhaps in? duce trade, Uit In Instances whor? they have I.u exposed for any length of time, a miscrosYnpfc examination would ?llOW that they were powdered with street dust, containing all man? ner of nameless abominations. Insistence that food, whether ani? mal, or belonging to the vegetable kingdom, shall be protected from this sort of contamination Is not the more fnd of Impracticable theorists. It l::' an eminently sane proposition, and Newport News should Immediately I take steps- to have an ordinance that would make it Impossible to purchase I articles of food that are nothing short' of being filthy and are full of breed diseasing- germs. A few years ngo Ihn minor.! refused ! to work and the price of coal was put j up lor the consumer; now the opera? tor i refuse to let the miners work and the price of coal will be put up for j the consumer, No matter what hap- j pens the public holds the bag. The winner of Senator llourne's $1.000 prize for the best essay in fa? vor of a third term for Roosevelt, took the ground that the President's be? sotting Mi) Is modesty, and that ho ought to put it away and listen to Ihn voice of the people. That's easily worth double tho price of the pri/.o money. There will be r.o happier people In Newport New.? today than tho Rich? mond and William and Mary fribn. They have been here before and they know thnt a cordial welcome awaltft I hem on all sides. Krom the way that the Tail adher? ents are piling up delcgutes. it looke as If the people hi the states that have favorite .sons would have to Ho strings on their lingers to remember the fact. A Kansas fanner has dug up the bonos of a sea serpent This would make it appear that the Jcrsoylto is not the only person capable of ruu Itlng a summer hotel. Somebody hns unearthed the fact that soap was discovered ."..Odd years ago. Then It muM have boon ,1,000 ; years ago that people began to steal! It from hotels. i A woman has Ju*t captured her hus? band after chasing him for 5.000 miles. It Is our JturuHo opinion (hat no man Is worth'that bother. An exchange (rf speaking of tho of? ficeholders who are going to Chicago gpcalis of thorn a* "hired delegates." It docs pot BOIlhd good, but It is von true Just he same. There are too few labor leader:; of I the typo of .lohn Mitchell, and the I country cannot well afford to lose lilni at this lime. Mine. Anna Ooulii Is magnificent living ovldonce of the truth of the old saying ?'that love 1.; blind.-' How did it come about that In all this mess about Ambassador Hill no blame was placed on I/job? \ ~?i-1 ? MB ii ua Missouri reports a mined fruit cup. Heie is h real harbinger of Spring. Qoiue to the bull gamo today? WITH THE PARAGRAPHER8. Dry on takes occasion id tliank |bo| I President for "making some of his' ? Ideas respectable." It was ? hard I enough Joi> to deserve some apprdcl-j ntlon;?Philadelphia Press. I Mr. Hill may think ttint if lie rcajl) | ,is persohn grata the khlspr wnsi (Strangely tardy in grasping the fact.? i Philadelphia l?odgor. If Governor Johnson has any aorl ons presidential hopes he should get busy soon and beard tho oclopun In his don.?Chicago News. Tho President urge; tariff reform, but, then, Mr. Roosevelt Isn't the speaker of Iho House.?Cleveland lender. Tom Lawson's report of nearly $2. nuo.ooo profli on golntluo-spine shrimps should run with the other Items on rising food prices.?New York World. It Isn't always that the hat Itself is so big. hut that the woman under it la SO small.?Indianapolis News. Anarchy, so to apeak, is a tombj mot.?Now York Mail. The theory thnt the North Polo is shifting ought to comfort Peary. Per- J haps the Polo Is looking for him.?i Philadelphia Ledger. Reef Trust prices co up .10 per cent, i Koine day the Reef Trust will po all J the way up.-St. lands Post-Dispatch, j ] There Is a singular want of liar- j inouy between the Democrats in Con-I press nnd Mr. Bryan in regard to .Mr. HooseveR?Charleston News and ! Courier. I CHANGE8 IN THE SENATE. The deaths of United States Srnn tors William James Bryan and Wll- | ! llnm Pinkney Whyte, both depart Ina I In the same week, recalls that there bus been a long death roll of senator Since President Roosevelt succeeded I to the presidency through the demise of President McKinley. I Senator Bryan was only r.t year.; 1 Old, the youngest member of the Sen? at??, nnd Senator Whyte, the oldest I member, was almost 84 years of ag".' I These two gentlemen sa| side by side. ' and It Is related that when Senator , Bryan was sworn In lean thnn threo months aco Senator Whyte remarked to him: "I hope yon may serve In the 1 Senate until you nre a? old as I am." Tn reply the youthful member from j Florida said: "I expect to be here for many years, and 1 trusi when 1 am your age my record may bo ns good as yours." Tho many changes which have lak- I on place In the personnel of the Sen-! nie since Mr. Roosevelt became Pr> n Idont are so remarkable that th Washington correspondent of thu I New York Evening Post hns made a record of them. II la a singular ex? hibit, and snows that more changes occur In this august body than is gen? erally known. It appears that since Sept. It. 1901, tho date of President McKlhio.v'a death, no fewer than 17 senators have died. There have been 12 dentha of senators since the beginning of Mr. Roosevelt's present term, of the 17 senator! who have died since the be? ginning of the noosevclt nduilnlstra Jtlon nine were RopliHIcaha nnd eight were Democrats. Of the seven sena-j tors who have died since the adjourn- \ ; metit of the Inst Congress only one? ' Senator Proctor of Vermont?was a I Republican. j following Is a list of the 17 sen-' a lorn who have died since Sept. 14. 1*01: Sewall of New Jersey. McMIt-| inn "f Michigan, Hanna of Ohio, Quay, of Pennsylvania. Hoar or Massacltt'-! 1 setts. Bales, of Tennessee, Platt? of Connecticut. Mitchell of Oregon, Gor? man of Maryland. Alger or Michigan j Morgan or Alabama. Mallorv of Florl-j |da, I.atlmer of South Carolina. Proc-1 tor or Vermont. Wythe. of Maryland, ami Bryan of Florida. I In the above list are (he names Of j aotiie of the most notable public men; of this generation. Senators Hanna, Quay and Gorman were very astute. I political generals. Senator Hanna was one of the mna'-j I popular men In Washington. He was, i in demand everywhere, and he was-, I liked by every one with whom h-i. came In contact. I Senator Quay was for many year.<| ; the idol of his state. He had bitter enemies. but thousands of warm friends. He became the absolute rul? er of bis state, naming governor;, senators', judges and mayors of cities, almost without reference to deslre-? of i his political opponents. His political "machine" became as efficient as that of Tammany. Senators .Hoar, Platt and Morgan are classed among the most scholarly aml able men who have held public office in Washington since the war. Senator Hoar's brilliant record Is fa? mili?r tn all New Engl?nders. Senator Morgan of Alabama was an eloquent stimm speaker, an able de? bater, a skilful pleader and good lawveri He was one of the mort ver? satile among even the able men of Congress. ^ There have been 4;t changes In Hie Senate In the six, and a half veora of President Roosevelt.'8 administra? tion. Resides the 1.7 senatora who Idled In office, th.. following men. not now senators, served In 'he senate under tho Roorevclt ndf uistratlon: Hnwley of Conne- cut. Berry of Arkansas. Pat. "'?"? ? J Colorado. Bur Inn or Kansas, ll<in?*on of Kansas. BlacklMtrn of Kentucky. Mulkey of jOreson. Cearln of Oregon. Cannae* e>f Tennessee. Reams of Utah. Poster !or Washington. Qnarles of Wisconsin. l"airl)anVs of Indiana. 8nr,.v.;.-.r sf V.is |Contin. Clark of Montana. Drydnn of New Jersev. Mlilnrd of Nebraska, Stewart of Nevada. Ball of Delaware. Bard of California. Cockrrll of Mis? souri. Diet rich of Nebraska. Gibson of [Montana and McCoroas of Maryfand. ,?Boston Globe. _ A MATTER OF INSPIRATION Mr, Bullwlnkle tupped Iii? lipli for a stenographer and one c?mo In. Oh, but she wan a vision, with her hair marcelled to dint ruction, her eyes full of tender sympathy and her llltlo mouth like a honeysuckle In bee time. Mr. Bullwlnkle, lltling his face from his denk, gave such n look of astou lshme.nl that sho murmured: "l am the new stenographer." "Did Mr. Cooley engage yout" "Yes, sir." Tho old man registered a mental noto to have u talk with Mr. Cooley on this subject, the office of Hullwinkle * Cooley belli;; a busy place and afford? ing no time for charms. "Whnt's your name?" ho asked. "Miss Rose." "YeR, yes; but Uose what?" "That's my hist name?Hose." "Oh. Rose. Did you take Miss Dough? face's place, ilo you know?" "No. sir. She's still here." "SHU here. Very well. Please take a letter." He picked up a letter from his desk and scowled nt It horribly, suddenly turning to Ml*s Rose and saying: "Messrs. Stnoolbfare &? Punchett. Chicago. 111.?Dear Sirs:?" As she wrote her stenographic notes the old man's eyes fell on her. Her cheeks were very rosy, and as she looked down st her note book she seemed to be las Charles Kcude suva), all eyelashes. "Hear sirs?" ho repeated. Her hands wore small: woo Utile bauds, pink little hands, and well manicured. As she held her pencil her little finger was curved around In a ridiculously feminine fashion. "Dear sirs, replying to your?cr?" Jihe hail a watch upon her bosom nnd a bracelet on her arm. The watch ticked away everlastingly. "Look at me, look nt me. look at me." and the bracelet whispered Into Ihn ear of observing man: "Isn't this a .pretty arm?" Replying lo your favor of the 15th Instant, we?or?" Tho old man slopped.^pul the letter down, looked at Miss Rose over his spectacles an.I growled: "I wish you'd send Miss Doughface In!" Miss Rose went out: heartbroken was her glance, nnd In came Miss Doughface and -sat down In the chair. The old umn turned and looked nt her. and In a loud voice cried: "Messrs. Smoothface ft Punchett. Chicago. III.?Hoar Sirs: Replying lo your favor of the 16th, we wish to say that wo are disgusted at your method of doing business. Yon have broken your promised delivery four times now, and wo will have no more of It. 1'pon receipt of this letter we want you to telegraph us whether the order has yet been shipped, and unless we re? ceive such a telegram we shall lake such steps as seem host to us. To cancel the order alone would afford us loo little satisfaction under the cir? cumstances, and we shall consider It our duty to the trade to enter suit for the damages which your conduct has caused as, an n warning lo othris whai they may expect at your hands. Yours, etc." He picked up nnother letter from his desk and read It over with a smile. "Write that letter Hint I gave you at once, Miss Doughface," he said, "and ask Mlns Hose to come in." In came Miss Rose, lovelier than ever, and as she sat down the old ?nan beamed on her and said: "Messrs. William II. Chase & Co.. Dilsburg. Pa. ?Deur Sirs: We beg to acknowledge with our best thanks re? ceipt of your valued order of yester? day. Wo have entered this for imme? diate attention, and we shall do our best to ship It well In advance of our promised delivery. Again thanking yon, and with the writer's kindest re? gards to Mr. Chase, we nre, yours sincerely." As she finished her notes she looked up and caught his eye. He smiled encouragement upon her and picked up another letter. This letter ho rend to himself slow? ly, and the further he read the more he scowled. It was evident here was a letter thai called for a severe and caustic answer, and In an ominous voice. Mr. Hullwinkle cried: "Send Mifa Doughface In!" Easy to Trace Origin of Worda. Velvet takes Its nnme from the Italian "velluto," shaggy, offering in this respect a parallel with "satin." which comes from the Latin "seta."] a bristle. As a rule. It I? safe to guess that the niime of a dress material comes from sonio place. Resides such obvious cases as "astrakan," ?cash? mere" and "tweed." thcie aroj "fustian," from Kustnt (Cniroi; "iuus-1 lin." ftom Mosul In Mesopotamia; "damask," from Damascus, nnd "cam ] brie." from Cambrai?while "millin? ery" Itself Is from Milan. The case of "silk" Is a curious #cne. It is "sori cum." the *tiiff obtained from the Seies or Chinese, but these people seem to have been named In nncient (Sieok after the Chinese word for a silk worm. His Claim to Distinction. In strolling through tho garden,' while waiting for his hostess to ap? pear, a newly arrived, visitor came upon Rob. who was building a fort of Uje gravel of the walk. 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"I don't know, but I'm willing to bo used for experimental purposes." Query. "The hoot i? Into." Yes." "Wait and we'll see it docked." "For being lute?"? Houston Chronicle. 30am| 8: DO am| 9: 30 nm|H : 00m 112 30 pmj 2. 00 pm( 3: 30 pm] 5-: .00 pm 6; :tn pm| 8: General General 00 am 30 nm oo am 30 pm 00 pm J 30 pin 00 pm 30 pm 00 pm Man Sup Tho eastern philologist who shv* that nil languages- ore reined doesn't seem in have studied the baseball dia? lect?Cleveland Leader. PROMPTLY DONE g From a Parcel to an Engine. Freight, Baggage, Furniture and Safes CarefuHy and Promptly Hovcd. Transportation Co. Storage Warehouse 514-520 27th Street Reasonable Rates.