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Congress seems on the whole to stye acted wisely atid UK-rally to fard both the regular army and cltl *a soldiery of tbe nation. The legis itloa agreed upon by tbe conferees ?presenting tbe Senate uad House fed passed by tbe House yesterday sovidee s marked incressu in pay. kagtng from the enlisted men up to MabSjcr generals holding commands t tBtportance. A round million dol irs Is also granted iu res WKf ?' to tbe request of the beretary of war for an approprl jftsjl sufficient to permit Ue holding Wtm% Maneuvers In which the the National Guard take hatter provision should be V valuable If reported plans carried out to concentrate tbis (hasae of practical instruction largely ? tafftng with the problem of coast ?Ssauu- Nearly one third of tne SAhorised enlisted strength or tbe sf/slar establisbment is made up of ?t troops attached to the seaboaru Mflaatloos. such a* Fort Monroe, In It) -capacity of skilled artillerymen aa a defensive factor against iu!i from abroad there !?* which is more vital for the jpUttsjaJ Guard to perform than that I servtag as efficient auxiliaries in je} ttsart tbe batteries on which so itfiy geJUioQS of public money have fett spent vises of the state-* have recognized Pt-^T transforming Infantry regt? et to heavy artillery organlra Masiacnusctu red tbe way la (?attest; bet New York bow ha* artillery regiments, a u um der states have joined; In tbe it and there is not question BJl the example of I hew/states win by otb?r ceromon wealth* eery long?a UNt in whicU Vlr ?ight well ASe represented, tbis. snore Is vitally lav dsdy for ne c.ar.i to perform flSTBtsfatng- adequate garrisons of Infantry' fo; the forts that de ?Men tea tbe recnlar? themselves Is at any rate ground far tope ere gcaerons pay specified ?car legislation will add to tne of the army aad tend t tbe aasersssatly large number | jfatsaji ilnus. Tbe addition of tbl ?sty at aesmMrry aKre sutesaiaallkcj tSS aay pveiect to Increase tbe rega Ffstees ay away thousands men ir] sees ef peace The present leg ?teed strength is astern? iatrlyl fast ahhungh the ranks are ?o?I *y aearty JB.oea if tbeee cat! kept fall cf aler- latent |tt apd i. list worth- sraaVrs. th SJty, backed ap by tbe Ns'taos PM as) ? eagslmi' staiy or reserve j he adeamte for all no; Whitr there |* aseer ao ptaapi 11 of aa early reetov ia? aisHiarv caatrea la Ms lain Kol loa w hich (dSrrrs belrrve %n valnaMe la aeeasertaag s Pf, eSeilplis : aad cawteafawst wlihl la a ebene*, that ibel posed to a great standing army un| der ordinary condition* I? fundament-! ally aound. But there is no like? lihood that the country, will fall to ap? prove of the gene i-oti h Heal in em of the moderate force which the peiullug measure provides for. THEY ARE ALL FOR BRYAN. | There remains no doubt any longer that the Democratic members of the Houae of Representatives are practi? cally unanimous in fsvur of the nom? ination of Bryan for the presidency. The gentlemen representing the dis? tricts In the Middle West arc without reserve doclarlng that the defeat of Bryan at Denver would mean disas? ter to the Democratic hopes, not only for the presidential and congressional tickets, but for all local tickets. In an Interview given out the other day. Judge W D. Shackle ford, a promt nent memt'er of the Missouri delega | t Ion gald: "We want you to tell the Democrat* of South Carolina ami the South, that, with one exception, there Is not a. Democratic congressman, who re pre I sents a doubtrul district, west of the' Allegheny mountains who does not| feel that the defeat of Bryan at the Democratic convention would Imperil! Democratic success In his district. We want the aid of the South to pre-! serve our political lives, and we do, not want the Democrats to wait till the Denver convention but to express' themselves now In no uncertain terms j by Instructing tbelr delegates for Pry j an. If Bryan Is the nominee, then we will certainly return to Congress and. other doubtful districts. In our stales| now represented by Republicans will send Democrats. If Bryan Is defeated for the nomination, many of us will as certainly be defeated. We keep la close touch with the sentiment in onr districts, as we have to. and this Is our deliberate judgment." Judge Shuckleford's views were, concurred In by the Democratic mem? bers from Ohio, Indiana, Illinois, Wis? consin and Kentucky. They do not hesitate to express the opinion that] the Democrats of the Middle West' who knifed the ticket in 1901 will do It again this year In the eveut, if by some possible chance, the movement to defeat Bryan should prove success? ful, hut on the other hand If Bryan Is the nominee the majority of the close district* In the Middle West and West now represented by Republicans will be carried by Democrat*. Congress? man Hamilton, who Is the only Demo? crat In the Iowa delegation, reflects the feeling in his slate when be says: "With Bryan as the Democratic nominee, and with Taft the Republi? can nominee fur President. Allison again nominated for the Senate. I be? lieve there Is an excellent chance of carrying lows. This would not be the case with any other man in place of Bryan. In the northern part of Iowa, next to mlnnesota, there hi a little sentiment for Johnson, Mit the over whelming sentiment among Iowa Democrats rs beyond all possible doubt for Bryan and be is a great favorite with Republicans. The Dem? ocrats In my district will not hear to anybody else and they will vote the Republican ticket If he is not muni anted.** And then there is that shrewd ob? server. Colonel Henry Wattermn. who conspiracy succeed to work the two coosplracy succee dto work the two thirds nil* to defeat the wilt at the majority?under the plea and pretext that Mr. Bryan does not represent the preference of tho^c who will 30 to Denver to vote for him?"it would wreck ?p whilst rm Is port." mean? ing that the Democratic campaign wooVI end disastrously with ibe ad? journment of the national convention ?the very thing the reactionaries are now conspiring to bring about. But Colonel Watterson's opinion dassj not diaTer from that of other careful ob servers when he declares thai the Uwes of th>- approaching presidential campaign are laid and the leaders 1 about as good as nested that Tafi is as sure of the Rcrwiblhai: n ?mma M a aa Brian is of the la-nvorra'ir nomi sat ion and iSo*-- -mho nofbhtc In either rasnp arc politician* piaving for their own adranta: ? or ?hw rn.-roh-s h> dl-ymtee " The veteran editor drive/ strsirbl at the core of the sit wnrtnn ? hon fee adds "If wr r anwet elect Br<an we can eterl wobodv The time for ?lt>-rna I tires went long ago There 14 Wot 1 esse coarse ,.,? - for sensible earn sad 1 good Desanrrat* te sssrswe and thai hi lo wait hair ?pliltiag. to rtove ranks. ?SBd !? rwlK i?on.l the donkc* and the Bag on which Mill appears the > -.. re-raitr leajeajd Kanel!') few a|] nee*. esvdoaBe prt? ih-ges far uosw This la the truth -fated la elate term* and ibere I? en dnwM that |t r* apsw-ectsfed ay real rvsaorrsts' eweifhei?. and tbn< ? ? gotag 1? re. I aw* a* Use sawssdesr of ihew who ar-' ?aar rajsj ???sbu 1? wreck the bog*-* at the IMssisiiMj at DenTer. j sssssssffiMtbjr^Asw ? The "friends" of a newly married couple iu Iowa sent telegrams to the police of different cities aud had them arrested live times as elopers. If the bridegroom had been arrested tbc( bixth time it ought to have been for, justifiable homicide. A policeman In Jamesvllle. Wis, made a woman throw away a ciga | rette which she wsb smoking iu tliej streets. Will downtrodden women never get their rights? There Ib only one objection to the President's coming to Virginia aud that Is the bad roads of the state re? ceive loo much unfavorable advertis? ing. District Attorney Jerome in answer? ing; his critics say* "liar," "all around crook," "conspirator," etc. Sounds like a presidential message. A new balloon just "lutrnched" weighs two tons. None too heavy to carry Roosevelt when he goes up iu the air. WITH THE PARAGRAPH ER 8. The Preident is preparing for his annual retirement to Oyster Hay. The Oyster Bayblee want to make the most of this summer; it may be their last.?Philadelphia Press. An "ovation" to Hearst by the In? dependence League can hardly be d ' med surprising. It's his l< ague,? Philadelphia Ledger. Brownsville promises to cut more of a figure in 1908 polKics than Kettle Hill.?New York World. For a leap-year product, the May Is certainly backward. ? Washington Herald. Is the President billing the ball or strleking out??Detroit News. Most of the Texas Bailey wicks voted.?New York Mail. An American Ambassador lias eome to he looked upon as a form of financial disaster.?Charleston News and Courier. The latest speech of Hon. Jeff pa I vis might be used by the Anti-Saloon League as an example of the evil., of Intemperance. ? Louisville Ccuricr , Journsi. ' Stuyvesant Fish has resigned from o railroad board because he has not time to attend to Its duties. That . curious reason will cause amusement to the great brood of dummy direc? tors.?New York World. I For the sake of convenience Cleve? land conductors might make change with postage stamps.?Kansas City ? Times. I ._ Royallv appears largely to earn its living*nowadays by acting the princi pal parts at weddings.?Cleveland I Leader. THE CALL OF A CULT j The wife of an Indiana coll ge : president has ber husband aud , two sons in pursuit of one of the Oriental cults known an the Yoga i philosophy, a teaching found in both Buddhism and Hinduism. H.r de site, it appears. Is to become a Yogi abstracted from the world and .,11 carnal concerns, and devoted wholly to meditation upon the great All Spirit. In this particular incident there 1 is nothing crass of scandalous tn I the woman's conduct, except herahan ? donment of her family. The aSSterlC l teaching of somr picturesque Oriental, with soulful eyes surmount - , cd by a huge turban, has probably ai>|?a!ed to her woman's love of the ! rt mantlc. as well as to woman's In I nate craving fer i-plr:tuality. Doabt ?Irss if this misguided wife and moth? er once comes into contact ?l'h the j reai Yogis of India, in all their filth br-?fiallty. her American good sense J will r.assert Itself and she will rr I turn home a wiser, but sadder wotmn. I The prrvaience of these eutious [mils In America?various worldly 'wise men from the Kant finding their ! ,>ro:?cralion profltahlo among tbe ' womeu of ihe country? i-- one of the ctirnnis eoe^efjneno? ?if the Increase j of wealth and letswre. There Is s imenswr or faddi<m in their pursuit, they sffo d latereslinn topics of con? version, am! with a few ,iork phras? es shorn "r-svehlc plam-s." "auras." ' niahatmav ? transmUrmtlnn of mmiU." "Verdas." etc.. owe may easily appear to he learned in all tbe lore of lib' fascmatlag Orient The truth Is that these cuRa from the ?aat and caR* from tb?- West it he latter lermdinc ' HoU Rollers.' "Holy f;ho:.iers." and various other holines ?erfsi and favor largely h?-cau?^ <>r lbs- seprrwetal thinkina And artnVlal living that are nrevaJeat teds' M hen men and woavu had a wiH-'w?. to vihdtw large rsmlhes to t ?tee. aad an ?hundanee of hard we ? lo do for ibieai?In? aad ?'?"?r ?i.-ightmrbood tbev got on* of Ike ligPWM of their falbrrs pk-nM of character making ein.-.n: They ttf S ehWpV HvtaC folk, hot i her wrr also a clean think ins folk, sad lhe> took life rather Bf rfrsMv II Is hrianer nsaav of their dracr edant' have r-ached the stage wberr tbev ar? la -earth ?W* a wee aeasatpja. that they are as eetek to roftow are aad 's temirtr -tries fca re- ] lurkas aa la a>as? ?Pblui?????*?a ?-. kstla. 0 ylaterday tb.?e Plan hat rum I eel with ua and nay a Prayer, ma pul him next 2 Pa's rite Hand and set MB close, beside her Ctiare. When we got ready 2 begin, thee queerest look CUBS on Pa's fare and then ho Whlspurt-d: "Ueverend J"nes will you B Pleased '-' ask thee Grace?" ml ma wus watching MR so close she did not s?? mi SISfeR's hand. H flipped against thee preccher's tea j snd spilled It on hire' O my land: I ma's fare not Olst as Red as Fire! O, he Pert ended Knot I rare. I but I cood Tell that he wns grieved I thee way he Blushed up in his Hair: , Thst Tea wus HOT and moid him squirm: I he Tried J NOT but I rood see! he Toald ml ma - never mind that Arridents wus hound 2 be. ml gracious? what a Meal we hnd I with TURKEY browned and cooked gist rite: 1 helped mlself eerh time around until I felt O orul Uta! . somehow I must hsve fl^gerer! Wrong-. I I shood have gone a I.ltel Slow and Kt a resnahul amount Insted of Gorging Turkey so. j Berus, when it wiiz time fer pie. I my stomach wood Knut hold a speck SO I gist up AND KT TU AT PIK j and HELD IT rite L'P In MT NECK! 1 thai wus a TerlB-il mistake? an Oful error It Wood Pc-m I fill mtself so full of PIE? thee last course it wus !'IN'K ICE ? . I'RRAH! J I r.M,d Knot eet a Pinaie Bit j no matter how I trifte 2 ?et thee next time that ther PRKechar comes. I'll save my KECK fer CREAM, you bet! o o o The Critic The critic Is s man. not a light, that failed! Having discovered thst lostead of being full of Ideas, he Is merely full of prunes, the erilie looks about for whom he can Jab. He has I learned that It Is easier to poll down I than to build up?and he tackles the 1 easier job. Like the horse that has been detained, he drags himself up to the judge's stand and blows about j the race. A pelter himself, he hopes I to distract attention from his own failure by creating a cyclone around the head of the winning horse, i Instead of having learned the les? son that It Is nobler and sweeter and I better to rub noses with his fellow I horses, than to injure tbem. he kirks right and left nntil he misses some? thing and kicks his leg off! j If he cracks a joke at all. It Is a ; joke that aboots a javelin Into the j breast of somebody. His fund of I humor is of the sort that must draw I blood in order to make a center shot. I He has no realization of humor that makes the world happier and better because it spreads laughter without spreading gore. I'nabie to attract attention for his own work, he throws the spot light upon himself by maligning a success ful rival. The successful rival, hear? ing a noise st bis front gate, goes down to the hitching block, sees the critic, makes up his mind H Is a big noise from a little man. and ends np by licking his hull-dog for bi'lng the critic and disgracing the family. Any mule can kick, but it takes a real man to be a humorist. o o o Rag Time. A Wisconsin son e'err-d with his father's wife. Here. Indeed, is a true and dutiful son! ? ? 4j A poor man with a large family of daughters should remember that It pays to husband his resoutces. ?* t> * There is s lot of rr-.r."y la it for the man who will Invent a nickel in no stsa machine for granting divorces. WWW Some people spend nwice lime ten tec what lhey are avdna to do than In doing !t I m reminded at five T?nng rr.cr? in New York who wer? seren mon'hs starting a newspaper. Daring all thfs tfssw they talked ahowt the ouhtlrstHWi every day. When Ike paper Pnaily was fcaswed. I? lasted just one week. A friend of mine bsa the -hei:ni^. tlswi an* r?r>cntiv fell an a'ta ? .om leg on in the ni*b< CiefMng up re grabbed ? hnttkv of favorite liniment and gave hi* lege a thorough m**??c tag mhWns in the pain kftler as l-wig an ft sro-tid soak Into ht? a .flirted pegs Tha? is. be tboasrht It was bis favorite llttlmewi. Neft mnotlii; he dtaeoeered that pe bad s parr nf ?be mnet heaotlfafly varnished leva in rwern. He bad weed Ma wife's fan twrw BSsssl ht mistake There ar-' many reasons why you should buy Cloilies from aim He can easily demonstrate tills to .' on if you will call and take a look at I lie naw Fabrics he is showing this season. The Prices Are Right. Sec the swell line of Oxfords he bad on display. His line of Shirts ennnot be excelled. Underwear of all description, both long and short drawers. He will make it worth your while. 2715 Washington Ave Newport News, Va. J ENCOURAGING. The movement for city beatt tifleation in the United States has been conducted in the teeth of formidable opposition. Iu every city where the good ,v has been undertaken, the '?kick ers." obstructionists ai:d utili? tarians have L'jen painfully in evidence. But an enlightened civic spiiii and tenacity of pur? pose have carried tbe day. as they always do. In every wide? awake city in the rnlted States substantial progress has been made toward the ideal stand aids of the city beautiful dur? ing tlie last dbrade. Much re? mains to he accomplished i" that direction no doubt; but It is now far less justification f,:r unfavorable foreign criticism of the physical condition of on cities than was unhappily fur? nished only a few years ago.? Syracuse Herald. "Do you think a woman Is ever Justified in asking a man to kiss her?" queried the spinster. "A married womnn is." repli d tin widow; "that Is. if she wants her ? husband to kiss her at ill."?Chicago News. HOUSE WORK Thousands of American women in our homes are daily sacrificing ' their lives to duty, j In order to keep (he borne neat I ?nd pretty, the children troll dressed . and tidy, women overdo. A female j weaknevs or displacement is often ' brought on and ther suffer in silence, ' drifting along from l?*d to worse, knowing well that th?r ought to have help to overrome tbe pains and I aches which daiiv make lifea burden. ! It is to these faithful women that LYDIA E. PIN KHAM'S VEGETABLE COMPOUND j ttmea as a boon and a blrwsing. ' a* it did to Mr*. F. Ellsworth, of ? MayvilV, X. V, and to Mrs. VV I?. Iloyd,of Beaver Falk, Ps-,wbo aa? : ? I wa? not ahle to do m: owa work. owing to toe tema 1? trouble fiiim whW-fc ! I sanVred. K Pinkham's Vet? ' taMet owtponnd helped me wonderfully, j aad I ass an well that I can do as < a day's work as I ever did. I wish every ' wtck woman wo?id try it. 1 FACTS FOR SICK WOMEN. For thirty years I.ydia K. 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