The People's Rights A Representative Deraocracy The Union and the Constitution Without Any Infractions,
VOL. L. NO. 38 WHOLE NO. 4489,
SATURDAY. JANUARY 25, 1913.
THE SPIRIT OF THE AGE
Printed Saturday Morning
ONE DOLLAR A ' YEAR
The Hartland Nature Clnb.
'L'fio uuniliil Hiippernud roll cuil
wliiuli oliwen ouuli yuur'H uoik o( Un
Hartland N'ntuio elub, wuh liuld tliir
yeur itu Friduy evening, Jniiuarv
10th, in tlio veatry of tlie MelliodiHi
Some muuiilud liinlH, witli colleo
tititiB nf. pliuitM ii liui Sorviaaud lIimm
gutlieied by llie ultib duiiiiK' lUii,
docnmled tliu wulla Jn uaKtM wun
be.uitiful exlubitrt nf Bonninia
muriue lile, couirtiiutud liy Ali.
Whiting, Uud biitleiflieti nud ulliei
lllKOUtb COIIII ibult'il by All'n. A. I.
lluill. I'llU nll)HM' lllhlUn ut-io tai .
ili green itinl nlutu uinl lignied li
AllOr II HllUlld llolll , . llO BU.I
watt aerveil 111 u vrj ellii'luui tiiuiiln i
by live Queeiia ol Avuhni, Al .
ltngt;ert reuiliiiM u nini') 111 ilu H'M .
Tliwiriollmved tlio liierur pigiiiii,
Mr. VViiiting piertniuii.
The rtijjnri of tlio pivpiiii'iii lor
11)12, UlllltSI UtiOll, illlille hlh-Clil
meution ot tlio' liildiug in liuiiliiin
u tlie curdiuul llunttr, Auiei'. Iiiiiitu-
ioliiiH, uud tlie wulkmg leili. it
hckiiuwludgud tliu leeeipl ol be.veiiii
uuturo bookn uiiU putupldru j
soiileii by lileiitla ol iuu uiuh iuu
llio" gift liy Alit. Hurtl ol Uie c'ollt-i-tion
ol iimtiutri ubove ineiituiued, wiin
toa dollara to be expeiuleil (in Ueiiloii
mouiita un m-eiied.
Al Mr. UuderwiHid'u uuugentioii.
it wuh vutod tbut tlio clnlr jimi tln
New Engluiul I'edmuunii ol Nwintul
AIihU Eliiellho Webslor, llitt uulii't.
"SoiJlUtiMy-ticuHUior, jf.(li'led iiii n
erugo ultt'iHlatifo ul .heveuuen Ji
tlio meetiiigH of iliti yeur aml iht
lurgeat meetiiig ul Suitluei'b 1'idl,
wuh uu uitetidunce of liliy-iwn, ix-
toou beiug cliildreu.
Alr, Wlutiiey. u ediioi-ui-eliiei,
rcud tlie bulletiu, ubiuli tlilu jrui
iuoluded tlio reportn ul llio vuimut.
sub-odilora. Tlien followod tlio mll
cull, to wliiuh ull leHiJOinleU cnioi-
tainiiigly by giving eiilierHeiuiniei:ih
or ('ibsei vatidim im nuture.
All wlio wcio proHont innmuiuei
ithe noimsiou uioul eujiiyulile;
Tlio UrsVvvprkiug mooiiiig of tlie
new yeur i's uppoiutud lor Haitinla,
TRY WHITE TURKEYS
JBronze bo Much inbred on
Farms that VCild Blood is
Tlie white lloiliuiil turkey 1ms et
toicomo to ils wn, uud il tlie lurmt'r
wla la liaving bo iniicli troublo uitli
hia br'oiizo turkeys would got H('iw.
whites ho wou'ld iiud out tliut lijx
troublo phictii-ully ib ended. Tlii
. lironzo liaa lieou iulird too iiiuuImiii
tbo furniB. The only wiiy ilioy cnn
gbt buck'to ptrung viialiiy ia to in
iuHO wild turkey ,blo')d iutn tlioir
flooa. , ! '.
But not 8o vitll tlio ivhitea. Tht y,
lmvo been lrcd by n low porsouM iu"
iBCftttere.d pnrts of llio t eouutry niid
ibuv'o all .their imturnl Hlu'miiiu. Thj
nvcigh hourly us muoli tis thoMr"t'2k
any toma uttuiu Ihirty poundH uud
ovej'iK tlieir sevoml yeur nud. heim
fetgliteen, They .nre kept eanily ,aj
ihome, aro not tlid , lomurs ihut llio
Ibronzo are, nlihougli good ifonifjerH
and fiud a lot of their oivu fnod.
They are. hatidpomo to lpok at and
muke a sploidid pioturo on a t:un
Ury estalo wheu out on Jhe gi'fen
anendovvs. In .England tliey uwget-
tiiic1 pnpnlar,. There ib a girat de-
mnrid for tije IfaiherH ivhich. urmv
from undor tlie tail to the !? for,
mnkinp miirilinu mtiffrt and not-k,
pteoe, The ojhor foatne'B aho bri.iipt
4 EltKiia May of St JoluiBhury, Iih
been npjSointed a leleato. to tlippc
ond WorltlB ChriBtian iGitizeiiBliip
Cnnference to bo held at Porllaiid,
fOro., J uiio 2ii to J ul y U.
DECEMUEIt THRM 1912.
Ilnn. Wm, II. Tnylnr Presidlnir JMko
1I(IU CllUH. H. Mlixlllinil Aflolotnnf TmliTflS
liiv lleiul Pomkor. Clork
Katl A. Peralior, Asslstant Olerk
luraos it. iuiury aiierin
I'uul O. Tinkhnm nttrh BaMitT
Iiilm II. Mimmn RtenoerHpUor
FroU'Jc 0. SoulbKivto Frobatiun OlUcor
Cdtti t took a recess Irom Jmninr
i6tb lo Fobruurv 10. liefure tukiiiK
tlie recess, tho court uratited 14
vorces ils follo'wn: Ciirrie P.
Eubiir of Rochester fm Jiimef
J0I111 EtibHi for intolerble severity
with Hberid ulimony. llns wns 11
ciuitested cuse. Walliice Uiitclielder
for petitioner, John J. VVilson for
Emily L. Adams from Ellswortb
M. Adnms, fir refusnl to stipport.
A. G. Cox for petitioner.
Elhel S. l Gill of Ludlow from
Jiiipns S. Gill for intoleinble
severity. Wilcox lor petitioner.
Stickite), Siiiyeut & Skeels fot
Georjje VV. Hmwood ol Sprinu
lieltl 110111 Jtiliti Hitrwood, for
iiihiltfi v nt V iiuibor. Duvis & Diivih
A. M. Hotihtoii fiom Ednu M.
1 lotiu lit 0 11, lor inl"let.ible neveifty.
E U . Gibson lor petitioner.
Ilin'ry lc.liiison fion'i Lucv John
sim, 101 tlescltiou. V. O. -ox 101
Euuene 1'. Puiiuini 1'icjni Winjiie
Ptiliiain, l'or desertion.'S. E Euiery
and Gilbeit A. Duvis lor petitioner.
Nadiue A. Pmker ftom Allen E.
fiuker, foi refusnl to snppoit. E. E.
loore foi petitioner.
Fied VV. Pnitrid(e from Noru P.
I'm tiilt;t. for udulteiv. F. C Duvis
tof petitioi or.
Pliitnn VV. U1U011 from M. W.
Uilbon, for lelusiil to btipport
VVilluim Dtitchelder for petitioner.
Heibert L. kiclinrd.-oii tioin Veia
L. " Kicbauliii.il) for ndtilteiy. U
rinitioi t'oi pt'titiouer.
Ether C. bennott from Arthtir K.
ennott, fiir ndiilterv-v L). A. Pingiee
Mni A. Pcrkins from Otto H.
I'eikiiiK, for desertion. R. Tniino
Aipbie G. .Suvuye of Windso
fiom Susie, N. Snvnye, for ndultery
P. 11. Cliitk lor petitionel".
1 1 1 tlie ciibe ot Stute Vf. Heini, in
wbicli tliei.e vvns 11 diHiigieemenl o
the jury, the couit flxed tlie b.iil nt
In ' tlie' chHncery cnse ol Irvine.
ifceivet, vs. Henieiivviiys of VVind
sor. the chnucellor granled lenve t
iime.nd'lhe bill iik praed for. Dhvik
& Duvis for oiutor. C. C. Fttts fo
T.wo lliditms, chnrfjed with break
inj; ihto 11 fieijjht cr ut llethel witli
inteiit lo 8teill, were sunndeied iu
couitby their biiil und they wer
r tnniuled to j.iil. It is expected thal
tlit-he inen niiiy huve 11 tiiid by jun
ul tl'e inljoUi neil sessiou,
Ii the cut-e of U. W'ulkiiiR Vs.
Geoie C. Sutherland ol Reading,
jiidnniept wii8 teudereil for thi-
pluiuiiff for the , amount ciuimed.
Diivih & Duviti lor pliinitiff, li. E.
Cole for deieiidunt.
'l'heie iire 33 div'oice cuses on ib
docket ni.t disposed ot. Judjvr
Muxluim is Roiuewliut improved,' but
is slill eiilically ill ut the Mew Purk
Two divorce cases iire lield under
adviRtnicijt. ihut further teslimqm
muj-"be prebented, and' other ciiKe.N
In the cuse ot Stute vs. J, VV.
D10v.11 ot Lheter, who wiib con
victed of ci'iminul nssnult, but wu
Hninled 1 new triul by the suprenu
court', the tttitte'suttoriiey luiHeittered
11 uolle prost-qui uud tfie repondeu
liati been dttscliurged.
Tlie stute's ntt'orney bns uU
eiltfied 11 nolle prosequi in encli of
the follnwiu" in which hud been
innde, nsstuted; Hurvy Ujunchurd.
iiilu lerv: iutoine noniHv, inr pcu
dling witbout'n license, und TumH',
Hptnsydr the wiine; Myra Perkins,
fi)r . ndultery ; .'Gludys Witliinjjton.
obfcene ltteruture; John. DanbeV.
Froma hastv exanimiition 01 th.
docket t appeurs tliut 4S crimina
cases remain 10 oe tn8p.e.. .
of .violation ol tbe liquor law, was
sentenced to 8)X montliSHt.hiirdlnboi
in tbe county juil.
MOONTS INFLUENCE ON TIDES
Qurvlval of Old.Tlmo 8uperstltlon
Whlch Has Been Found Impossl-
slble to Eradlcate. I
Tho lnfluenco ot the moon upon the
woathor was ln anclont tlmes aBaumod
In much the samo way as tho lnfluenco
ot tho moon upon tho tldeB ot the nea
was asaumed. Thoro waa no propor
knowlodge ot tho facta tn oltha: caBo, .
and It was accopted ln both caooa j
mero'ly becaueo tho rogular changea
ot tho earth'a shadow on tho moon
woro usod as tho great prlmltlvo tlmo
koepor. nnd any troquent changea In
othor thlngs muBt happen attar aomo
ono or othor of those rogular changos.
Tho barbarlc guesa, "Post hoc orgo
propter hoc," proyod, when caretul
Btudy ot the mattor vma mado and
Newton'e law ot gravltatlqn was 1
plied to lt, to bo rlght In rogard to tho
tldes.'but wrong ln regard to tho
woather. Tho "banldng up" ot tho soa
ln a movlng hood whlch pasaos, as lt
woro, "over tho taco ot tho wafors"
twlco (approxlmatoiy) In tho 24
ftours ls now known to bo duo to tho
"drag" or gravltatlonal attractlon ox
ortod 011 tho hoavy but mobllo masa ot
tho ocean by tho moon aa lt clrcloa
round the earth, wlth a roturnlng
ohango ln Ub rolatlve poaltlon to earth
and aun, tho phaBea of whlch occupy a
But lt has no auch actlon on tho
fllmay vapors of the alr. An lmmense
nurnbor of oxact numerlcal dotallB, do.
penJlngon tho welght of tho moon, lts
posltton, and moVoments In rolatlon to
the earth at Bucceaalvo moments, con
eequently ot 1W actlon ln produclng
tho tldes of tho aea. havo been ascor
talnod wlth astoundlng accuracy. At
tho aame tlmo astronomers and mo
toorologlats (thoso who study the at
mosphore of our earth) havo como to
tho concluslon that what wo call "tho
weather" ls not affected ,by tho poal
tlon of tho moon ln regard to tho
earth, elthcr at any hour of the day or
any part of tho month (phaso or
"quartor" of tho moon), or at any part
of tho year. I
BEAT STREET CAR COMPANIES
. " 1
Standard of Helght 8et for Chlldren
Does Not Always VVork Out
Wlth Exact JuBttce.
"In cltles whero tho atreot car com-
panles attompt to detormlno tho ago
of a chlld by its helght Bomo pretty ,
compllcatlons enauo," sald tho travol
Ing salesman. "Forty ono lnches haa
beon eatabllahed aa the averago helght
of a chlld of flvo yeai"S, but tho. lnua
tlce of that'rulo ls frequently dem;
onstratod ln cltles wlth 'a large fcr
"Into the car of a westera ctty
whoso street rallway haa adopted tho
forty-one-lnch gaugo. como a chlld
carrylng throo books. ,HIa mothor re
fused to pay faro.
" 'It that kld's undor flyo what'a ho
dolng wlth all thoso books? tho con
"The mothor was sereno ln hor
rtght. 'Meaauro hlm and seo,' sho
"Ho marched tho chlld up to tho
dobr Jamb. Tho youngater fell a
quarfer of an Inch below tho topmost
" 'Seven, lf ho's a day tho conduc
tor g'rowled; fbut she ovades payment
bocaUBO ot hls natlonallty. Ho's Ital
lan, and Itallans run smalj. On. tho'
measuremcnt basls halt the Itallan'
chlldren could rldo freo tlU thoy aro
twelve years old
""In that. samo town thoy huve a
largo BUlgarlan and Qroek populatlon.
They are mostly underslzed. A Swede,
on tho other hand, would overtop the
niark bo much that oven a blrth cor
tlflcato would not entltle hlm to a
J Potpourrl of Peoples.
In thls most coamopolltan of cltles
(Buenos Alrea) tho forelgners fore
gather ln little worlds. ot Jhelr own.
Most aro roprosonted by nowspapers
publiohod ln their own languagos,
most .havo clubhouses moro or less
On tho samo evenlng one seaaon re
ccntly "Tho Morry "Wldow" was pro
duced ln Spanlsh, French and' Itallan
,(n .as many dltferent theaters. And
thoro are all sorts of places ot amuso
ment whore forelgners can enjoy them
boIvob each after hla own fashlon
from an lmmense ortlflclal Bkatlng
rlnk. (a very fasblonahlo roaort by tho
way) to a troplcal coftoo houso, from
a golf or.raco courao.to a poolroom or
bowllng alley, from tho most attrac
tlvo and elegantly cnulpped ot modern
cafoa to a little French domlno parlor
or Gorman beor-saloon, from a magnl
flcont opora houso to a choap vaudo
vlllo or movlng plcthro theator. -From
"Xhrough South Amorlca," by
Harry W. Van Dyko.
. Loved for H.ls Inflrmlty.
A case whore bodtly and, not moral
mpnltnRsn broucht hannlness waa that
0f Sergt. Thomas Plunkett ot , tho,.
iwijnijtmin iudbwiuou, iMnuk
durlng thp Clvll war. In av chargo at
Fredorlcksburg tho color boaror.was
among tho flrst tQ-,fall. Solilng tho
flag Sorceant Plunkett hore U almoat
over the ramparts, where he tell wlth'
both anns shot away.
Whon the newo was carrled to hls
sweetheart, bo tho story goea, aho pro
tested that sno could never maxry
olared 8,8ter. They wwe marrloo
as soon as ho recovered. He was
yoted n, modal iy congresa and mado
a mostongor ln the Massachusetts
state house, whee he served for iany,
RING Sn WDE
Misfortune Befalls Possessor of
Man Takea Solltalro From Woman'a
Flnger and Pwn It Constablo
Deflei Gun and Carrlea
Clrclet to Court.
Denver, Colo. MlBfortuno haa bo
fallon each for tho last throe pOBses
sera ot a beautlful diamond rlng whlch
now reBts ln the sate at tho offlce ot
tho dlatrlct attorney.
Ono marrlod woman mourna tho loas
ot tho rlng and loas of . gontloman
frlcnd; tho aforesaldgontlemanmournB
tho foct that he wlll havo to stand trlal
on a chargo of larceny; a pawnbrokor
mourns the fact that tho rlng was
snatched from hlm by vlolence by a
conBtablo and the constable, although
ho, Ib not dolng any partlcular mourn
lng, declarea that be came near loalng
hlo Uto la an effort to caDture tbo
It all atarted ln a prlVatO dlntng
room of a downtowh hoteh Jaclt
Chandor held tho bejoweled hand of
Mra, Eatollo Croxaon ln hla own. ln
a playful mood he la allcged to havo
Bllpped otf tbo diamond rlng aud
placed lt on hla own flnger, after
whlch ho was unablo," lt la allcged, to
got the rlng otf. The latly wolted for
Boveral daya and the" rlng waB jot re
turned. Chandor was arreated and a
pawn tlcket on tho Newton Loan com
pany waa found ln hla pocket
Paporo to get tho rlng wore owprn
out and a constable started to tho sbop
to get the Wng. Tho conBtablo caya
he waa refused the possosalon of the
rlng and that when he trled to get out
of the safe tho aon of tho proprletor
of tho ahop drow a'gun on hlm. After
conslderable Bklrmlshlng ho declarea
h. cuccoeded ln dlsarmlng tho pawn
broker. Upon tho refcsal of the pawnbrokor
to open tho jjafo tho constable dellr
ered an ultlmatum to hlm Klther tho
tnQ BajQ muat be opened and the 'rlng
dellvered to hlm or ho wbuld go
for a movlng van and transport the
entlro safo to tho court of Justlco
Faclng the poBBlblltty of loalng a
aafe the pawnbrokor Burrendered tho
rlng, and lt was turned , ovor to' tho
dlstrlct attorhey. Provldlng no fur
ther' misfortune overtakoa" thoso ln
possesslon of the BtohH, lt wlll bo
used as evldence ln the 'Chandor trlah
264 POEXRY BOOKS A YEAR
That Is, Lbndon Revlew'a Eatlmato of
dutput ot Seaaon In Eng
land. london. A Btatement reccntly mado
ln a dally paper that present-day
"BrltlBh poeto aro few.Jind their out
put small," ls taken exceptlon to by
several' llterary revlows, one of whlch
saya that 65 books of poetry were ro
cclved by It for revlew d'uring threo
montha, and lnfers that modern Eng
llah coeta place at leaat 264 books,
many of them contalnlng good poetry,
In tho hands of the publlc every year
On thls tho Acadetny cdmments that
tew of these 264 volumes contaln. good
poetry, many of them contaln very
moderate verse, most ot them are neg
llglble from a crltlcal stondpolnt, and
a tew of them conta(n doggerel thar la
almply pathetlc, wrltten by persona
who never had and never wlll hava
tho remotest Idea of what poetry ls or
means, thal la to aay, reol poets are
tew and their output very sllm.
HAS 16 TRUNKS; IS DETAINED
'Amerloan Woman Who Marrled' a
Frenchman In Peck of Troublo
at 8an Franclaco.
San Franclaco. Cal. Mjrs. .tprton
Blalr. who says sho wa born. la"?an
vlllo, OhlOj was taken lnto cuatody
by tmmlgrntlon' Inapoctors aa ahe ntep
ped from the Paclflc mall llner Vrala
from the Orlent. In Danville Bhe was
marrled four years ago to a natlve of
Franco and because she thua acqulred
the natlonallty of her husbaiid ahc
mnat remaln ln detentlon untll dc
talli concemlng her papers can b
Investlgated As baggage she has slx
toen 'trunks and she woro expehslve
furs and mauy Jewols,
8ELLB0.Y HANDCUFFS , SELF
Omaha Uad Get Out of a Prcdlca
mont wlth Hamm'er and Chlael
Polioe Unablo to Ald Hlm.
Omaha, Ncb. When Frank Sulll
van, a bellboy at a local hotel. fo'Und
a' pal'r of handcuffs left ln a room by
a government detectlve, he thpught
they mado a ntc'e playthlag and trled
tHem on. Instantly hls hands were'
locked hard and fast In .tho manactes
Ho hurrled to pollce beadquartera. but
the noilce had no key whlch would un
. lock them. and tho youth, was, com-
pelled to submlt to havlhg tho ihand
cuffs removod wlth n hammer and
PLANS A' MARRIAdE CURB
Helen R Roblnion to Introduce Bll,
In Next Arsembly Reqblrlng
Denver. Colo. Helen Rlng Rohlnaon,
who .waa electet! Colorado'B flrst wo
man. Btate aena'tor nt tbe :aat elec
tlon, Vlll Introdace a blll at tbe . next
asBembly requlrln'g health ccrtlflcatea
befor.c marrloge la understood that
Mrs, rtoblnsori hap the baeklng ot
DfoaiseBt oiomaa piufj mom)era.
FIGH.TS AGAINST HER BABIES
Chlldren, Two, Three and Four Years
Old, Are Kept at Cradla Aflo
Clevoland. Ohlo. In a Uttlo kltchon
at her homo, Mra. Mood Thol haa bat
Ued wlth naturo for years secrotly ln
an effort to koep tlmo from touchlng
Around her feet crept three chll
dren, two, throe and four years old.
Vlctlms of a strango codo her ln
genulty devlsed to prevent them ad-
vanclng beyond tho cradle, thoy
laugbed, klckcd their feet and'-waved
tholr hands as aho crooned over them,
The eldest boy dld not creep faater
or wlth greater eaae than tho younger
onen. IIo mumbled lncoherently, and
tuggod at hls mothor's dress and olob
bered over a little blb, when ahe, tlok
tod hlm benoath the chln. .Ho ls
barely larger than a chlld ot two years
and apparcntly has not advancod ln
tollectually boyond tho cradlo.
To further dofeat their developmont,
the mother has never fod them any
thlng except baby food. What lay bo
yond the door, through whlch a stran
gor norer pasaed, they had no Idea.
Nelglibora say tho woman never took
her chlldren away from home. Occa
alonally ln tho hot aummer, thoy soy,
sho would wheel thom away ln the
darkncss, but always guardlng them
closely from the gazo of any persons.
"9ho has u strango doslro to alwaya
keop them bables," Deputy 8herltf
Sobczak sald. "Tho four-year-old boy
cannot talk or -walk. He ls npt as
largo as an ordlnary youngator of
elghteen months old."
Several days ago Wllllam Jamea,
clork of the probate court, dlscovered
tho pllght of the chlldren and Investl
gated. He contlnued the lnvestlgatlon
.untll 'ho made sure tho chlldren were
James and Sobczak went to the
houao, orrested tho woman and took
her to tho Clty hospltal. The chlldren
wlll be placed ln rn Infant lnstltutlori.
MAKES MASTER SAVE HIM
00 Cllngs to Boy's Coat by Hls
Teeth When Both Fall Into the
New V'ork. Arthur Johnson, seven
years old, waa thrown from tho deck
of the barge Llma, .of whlch hls tather
Is captaln, when a Hghtor htt tho
barge as lt waa entortng Plor 57, North
rlver. Hls fox terrler, whlch stood be
sldo the boy, waa also knocked lnto
the water by the colllston.
LouIb Johnson, head steyedore of
tho French llne, and hls aaslBtant
Harry Smltfa, who had been otandlng
on the Btrlngpleco ot the pler, saw
tho-boy fall -lnto the wator;aiSl,dl8'ap;
pear, whtle tho terrler swam over
the placo where bo had sunk. John
son took hold ot Smlth by the feot and
let hlm down from the pler near
tho placo where the boy had gone
down. As Smlth was waltlng to selzo
the boy when he should reappear, hls
head came near the ond ot the pler,
showlng that tho boy was rapldly
Tho twp men ran to the end of tho
pler, and as they dld so a tugboat
arrlved with Capt. Wllllam Johnson,
father of tbe drownlng boy, on deck.
He threw a ,ropo to the two men at
the end of the pler. When tho boy
roae for tho thlrd tlmo he waB between
the tugboat and tho pler. Tho boy
threw hla arm over the rope and so
worked hls way to tho pler. The
little dog, whlch had been swlrotnlng
from the sldo of the tug to tbe pler
without being abta to land, made hls
way to the boy and clung to hla coat
wlth hla teeth. When tho two got
to the pler thoy Were qulckly Ilfted to
GIRL ROBS IN MALE ATTIRE
Jitoung Woman Arreated as Burglar-
says Man inaucea rior to
Oanbury, Conn. DlBguIsod ln malo
attlre, Amy -Travors. a pretty 22-year-
old gtrl. entered tho apartments of
Oeoroge Trumbley shortly after mld
nlght and stole $22 trom the pocket of
Mr. Trumbley, who was asleep fin the
The glrl. who had never been ar-
rested betore. accrsed Georgo Smlth
of haylng Induced hor to commlt th"
crlme, Smlth has a crlmlnal recorr)
tn Connecticut cltles. The glrl sald
she' retalried only' $4 of tho stolon
.monoy. 'glvlng the remalnder to Smlth
The man denled thls, , but the pollce
found the money ln hls sboes.
Mlss Travers was relcased on bond.
furnlshed by a relatlve. Sho wlll 'be
arralgned ln the pollco court Monday
Detectlves w.ho havo been Investlgat
lng a serlcs of burglarloa arreated the
glr) at her hqme thls afternoon
She sald Smlth furnlshed her wlth
the cjothlng she wore when she, vlslt
ed Trumbloy'si apartments. She de
nled'havlng partlclpated ln any other
Death Betrays Ex-Convlct.
Denton. Tex.--The death of John EU
llB4,for J351years a reBldent ofthIa clty,
reaultod Jn the revelayon that Bllls
wasvreally Joseph O. AdiH'oon, who
wns conylcted of voluntary 'manslauBh'
.ter Ip Buqhanan county, Qa. In 1C73,
and eacapeil after. servlng three years
Of a 15-year senteheo.- Flvo years auo
Ellls told hls story to a frlend wlth
the request that It bo glvcn to the
No' Coffln Nnlli for H. 8. Boys.
Shenandoah, pa. lgh school boys
baye found an anU-clgarette oBsocla
tlon ahd declare they wlll uae no
moro "cdflln ttalls." Those who con
cBlder tobacco an absoluto aecesslty
wiU und solace ln Bipet
IHINOS that woro wont to
flguro as bugbcars ln tho old
day travel ot Xtussla are now
but memorieB. The waye of
tho bureaucracy havo bocomo
moro Ilberal and less rlgld, bo that
iraveiing today ln that country is as
jjiuubuiu ana comionaoio as id iuuoi
countrles, and a good deal Iosb ex-
penalve than ln- many. Bostdes no
other country in Europo "can otfor
moro beautlful scenery, more objccts
o( new intercata, or pleasanter con-
dltlons of llfe and cllmato" than some
parts of Russla that are qulto acces
Blblo to the tourlst
The only dlfllculty n Journey ln Rus
sla occaslonally presents, ln placea
off tho beaten track, ls that of the
Rallway travel ln Russla leaves
much to be deslred, however. For
cxamplo, accommodatlon on one
much-traveled road last summer' tho
demand for flrst-class spaco was so
presslng that travelers were some
tlmes compelled to walt their turn tor
a woek, whtlo the demands of offlclals
for "tea-money" lncreased wlth the
competltlon. Thls traln haa nelther
restaurant nor sleepers.
Nothlng Really Matters.
Russla ls the land of "Nlchovo
the country where nothlng really mat
ters, even as Spaln ls the land ot the
tomorrow that nover comcs. Let tbo
traveler reallze thls at onco and for
alU lot hlnv.recognlzo the fact that
"hS'hks lett behind hlm, at the Oer-
man frontier, husInesBUko hablts,
punctuallty, scrupulous accuracy ot
Btatoment and all such commorclal
virtuos. Let hlm ln their plaoe ac
qopt and enjoy tho easy-golng and
tolerant attltudo of a people whlch
faccs llfe and all lts probloms wlth a
certaln leisurely and speculatlve
stolclsm, an attltudo whlch, after all,
has much phllosophy and a good deal
of rellglon ln lts favor, Let hlm adapt
hlmselt to hs Slav envtronment and
ho wlll Bpeedlly flnd hlmselt enjoy-,
lng tho buman comedy from a new
and lnstructlve polnt of vlew tho
polnt of vlew of a raco of "thlnklng
chlldren," for whom tho' world of
Ideas Is more than all the cold facts
and flgures of trade.
The man who must needa carry
wlth hlm on a journey hls own coun
try and all hls flxed hablts had bet
ter remaln at home, for tho sclence
and flno art of traveling conslsts ln.
roduclng our materlal necesslties and
local fads to a minlmum. For all
that, those whoso pleasure lt ls to
Journey wlth "all tho comforts. of ,a
homo" can do so today on al the
maln Ilnea of travel ln Ruasla from
Rlga to St. Petersburg, Moscow,
Nlzhnl, Rostov-on-the-Don, and Odos
sa. Internatlonal wagon-llts, polyglot
porters, electrlo llfts, and meals
served to tho walllng of Hungarlan
mustc, all1 arO, thero, comblnlng the
creature comforts of a trlp to Parla
wlth a rapld lmprosslon of tho land
Bcapes and people'of Russla. ut for
tho man who can doff on occaslon hls
Karments of custom, to whom th'e.'
cltles of mcrt otfer Bomothlng more
than museums..and raealB, tho byways
of deaultory travel in Russla open up
a new and InBplrlng fleld of rocrea
tfon and knowledge. Espectally won
dorful are the unfrpquented ibeautles
6f the Caucasus nnd the Armenlan
hlghlands.' all that ferttle and hlstorlc
land, whlch Hes between the .Blafck
Sea and the Casplnn; and tho Jour
ney thenco,"from Tlflls.by rallway and
Steamer, to Tashkond' and :Fergana,
Bokhara and Samarkland. Here, ln a
summer vacatlon's, wanderlngs, one
may seo Europa and Asla overlap
plng and dovetnlllng,, their confllct of
ottilcB and economlcs actlng and re
ncting at a' thousand polnts of absorb
ng interest: ond all in comfort qulte
sufflclent for- any sensible man.
Buylng Rallway Tlckets.
In buylng tlckets at a Russlan rall
way etatlpn, one soon learns also
that lt ls wlser to book them ln ad-
vnnce, for the draybacks ot the
"Nlchevo" system of phllOsophy are
nowhero so cohspi'cuous as nt a
crowdbd tlcket offlco. To tho wrlter
lt has happened ,on nearly every ralh.
.way in Ruaata, includlng the Trans-
Slberian at Moscow, and at Kharbln,
that, after belng lntormed at the tlck
et offlco that no sleeplng-car accom
modatlon was avallable, a coupo hste
been fprthoomlng on tho traln as the
reeult of largesso to tho conductor
and other .douceurs. On qne occa
slon, boardlng tho Revel-Petersburg
oxpross at Welmarn statlon at 4 a. m.,
I was lnformed- by tho conductor ihat
tbwo wa pa jOfX ao fy tW r
rldor, only to discovor tnat every ae
partment wns occupled by a slnglo
passenger wlth a slnglo tlcket, each
of whom had paid the conductor tor
undlaturhed nrivaey. Incldents of thls
jinj nro controry to tho Anglo-
saxon's ldeag of tb i fltnesa of thlngs
but thoy 'can usually be adjusted by
lnvoklng tho lnterventlon of any dls
lnterested member ot the staff, say,
tho next statlon master. The patlence ,
wlth whlch the average Runalan,
suckled ln 'tho "Nlchevo" crced. en
durea theso thlngs, ls at flrst a source
of constant surprlso to tho forelgner;
not only a raco that has borne for
centurles wlth burcaucratlc lncffl
clency could thus accept -them as part
of tho establlshed order of thlngs im
mutable. I remember, one hot afternoon laat
July, watchlng the fcale of tlckets to
passengers by a 'Black Sea steamer at
Novorosslsk. Thero was a surgtng
crowd and but ono tlcket offlce, wlth
a tlny wlndow, some four feet hlgh.
at whlch each suppllant squlrmed in
turn, and lnslde lt sat a weary clerk,
apparently utterly lndlfferent to ttme
and tlde and all tho thlngs that strug
gled under an unkind beaven. In the
intervalB of hla toll, after wrltlng out
an offlcer'a speclal Uckot ln dupllcate
wlth a reluctant pen, he would llght
a clgarette, slghlng heavlly, and 8lp
hls lemonade tca, obllvlous of tho por
splrlng crowd. And agaln, when he
had lssued to an ordlnary passenger
hla puBsage tlcket and hls berth tlckc
et. hls wlfo'B tlckets, and a speclal
tlcket for tho baby,. and had caro
fully blottcd all ' tho ondorsementa
thereoh, the chango out of ti ten
rouble note had to be laborlously cal
culatcd, and then checked on an
abacus ln the corner
WOMAN. RULES INDIAN STATE
Begam of Bhopal Has Governed Coun
try Wlsely and Wetl for Eleven
Thore have been a few opportunl
tles to know somethlng of that lntor
estlng and unusual woman, the Begam
ot Bhopal, who has for the last eleven
years been ruler of her country, tho
small state of Bhopal, ln tho mlddlo
of Central Indla.
The Begam was born ln 1858, nnd
the free, lndopendent splrlt of her
famlly ls shown by tho fact that
though a glrl her advent waa not un
welcome. Whon Bhe was' seven years old ar
rangemonts were mado for hor mar
rlage, and the boy selected for her
husband waa brought to the court and
shared her Btudlos. When the Begam
waa fifteen they were marrled,. and
strangely enough, tbo marrlage was a
happy one. Tho Begam found ln her
husband a falthful frlend, and lt ln
sald that sho jnournod hls death very
. In 1888 tho Begam's eldest daugh
ter dled. She would have been her
helr, the flrst born, lrreBpectlve of
sex, bolng ln Bhopal the helr ap
parent. In iflOl sho became ruler owlng to
the death of her1 mother and at once
set about lmprovemonta and reforms
ln all the various stato departments.
One" ot, tho Begam's chlet intcresU
waa ed'ucatton, ;particularlly, too, the
educatlon ot glrla. She decldedr thero
fo're, to open and' 'patronlze person
ally a glrls school. Tho educatlon of
glrla ln Bhopal waa chlefly llmlted to
a Btudy of tho Koran and tho rudl
merita of the Urdu language; wlth
here and thoro some sllght knowledge
of wrltlng learned from fathers and
brpthers. But their attondanco at
schoolB and their advancomont ln gen
eral knowledge was looked upon aa a
It ls only ln recent years that Mon
tenogrins havo begun to appreciata
tbo Borvlcos of tho hospltal. Hulmo
Beaman, attor vlsltlng the country in
1889, wrotahatthe people "tako very
little caro of tholr chlldren, and only
the sound.and the strong grow up.
In after llfe, too, they are extremoly
nvenso to sanltary precautlons or
mpdfrl treatment, asd a alolc Mon
tonegrln ls almost Byaonymous wlth
a dead man. At leaat, he at once
glvoa WmoM up, asd it ho recovers
looka upon tt ba a corlous freai la
nature's lawa. Tho few who
rdwctanUy submlt to loalng an arm
or a leg lnvarlably refuso anaesthetlcs
and converse wlth their frlends', smok
lpg a clgarotto whi (b0 tenlta sad
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