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WEDNESDAY WED ESDAY APRIL tl tlif 29 198 198We 19411e
We if 1e e Jog J Jojinllis 01 in His Youth YouthYoung Y otith otithYoung th thYoung
Young Chauncey Has a Philosophy PhilosophyWhich PhilosophyWhich PhilosophyWhich
Which Defies the tJ e Years YearsTiiat YearsTiJat YearsThat
That grand old boy and friend to toall toa1 toaA
all the worthy Chauneey Mitchell De Deli DepW Dep ¬
li pW v has just skipped lightly over the theI
I 1 riiles d j les es of time t meon on his joyful sprint sprintt sprintthe
t 1 the century pole Pausing
a ino inoiut 100It meT
T iut It on the threshold of his seven seventiiL neventd eYcnbd
tiiL year he told some SOp1e of his hiftfriends hiftfriendsle hi friends friendsihe friendsie
< ihe le Montauk Club in Brooklyn Brooklyna BrooklynVd
Vd a beautiful b b autiful thing it is to be beyuig beJi beng
yuig Ji ng lb at sixiyn3ne Let t him be be1I1nred beIi
1 1I1nred Ii < i < ored as a abribt bright bright811d and shining exam exampi cXamI examF
pi I F to the old men said nd young ones onest
t of the nation
and may maay a ai allrnal aernal
i llrnal aioraal ernal blessing bles ng fall upon his hisserellc hisserellcadoJe serene serenei
i < adolescent adoJe ent forehead foreheadThere foreheadlhere foreheadThere
There is more true e wealth we th in the thei theilosopl1y thei
i i ilosopl1y iTosopliy osop1iy of Depew as uttered in iuii int int
ii t > se s cheerful and cheering words wordstiun wordstiH wordsIn
tiun in In all the millions of a Roeke Roekei lWekehiler Roekeiiier
i filer multiplied by b millions Were Werewe Werewe Verewe
we In the brink of suicide suicide the words wordscf wordsf wordscf
cf f this jolly lad of sixtyinne would wouldcause wouldCause wouldcanse
cause us to draw back and have an ant allt anuther
t uther liier t bout with the collarandelbow collarandelbowuap
uap called Life One feels as if f he hecvuid het
cvuid t uid throw a whole battalion of blue bluedevils bluecf bluevils
devils cf vils ils after listening listenin to such words wOJds as asthese as1ttc s si
these i tSt
tStVe We Ve e celebrate ce1ebrat The ilietears years we weft feave feavehank ve veauk
hank auk God God there were r so SOllHll1and many manyand manyandtntt and andtrust
trust tn t providence > Ioidence for the future futureYshen futurechen
Yshen chen hen past sixty do donof riot make life lifemiserable JifeJ1ira lifeTniserable
miserable J1ira le as is the habit of many by bytreasuring bytr y
treasuring t 3surmg the number of acquain acquaintances cquamtanees aequaintanees ¬
tanees who were ere contemporaries eOllt o 5W who whoLave whohave o
Lave departed during duriugthe the year Cut dulil Cutt
il t anfl an pat in your lonr pocketbook pee kctb ook the theiucounts thetrcounts
iucounts which Which1t Whielzpour appear pear at feast once a aiinih annth aiith
iinih iith of the nurses nu and a a coa coachmen coachmenMiil hmen hmenill
Miil ill living who wJJOofteC oi ca e serve serV dGeo1ge dGeo1genhington ser < f Geofge GeofgeWashington Geotgeas1mrngton
Washington nhington < Remember that citizen citizenxvho citizenwh CltiUlivi
xvho wh vi norw3thfitandinghe notw thstaDding he basbe has been n fifty fiftyj
j > nrs DI Is In the poorhonse in New Jersey Jerseyfbrated Jerseyhrated Jerseybratd
fbrated hrated in March 1his his 134th anniary anniamy anni anniary
ary A A gentleman who wh has just justi justrued
i rued r tied from Cuba Cub met there an old olditlent oldident oldtIent
itlent with a proved record of 128 128urs 128rg 12Swho
urs rg who 110 was friskily y eontemp contemplatingLther contemplating contemplatingi ating
i vi 1 Lther < ther matrimol matrimonial al adventure Ad Aduural Adiiral Adra1
uural iiral ra1 Keppel of the tb Bri1 British tish navy n ry at atietyfour atetyfour attyfour
ietyfour has hasdust just completed OnpJete9a a tour touiift to tourt A Aft
ft ft t Jbis countrys colonies and is said saidto saidto
to be b engaged to a young lady 18 yTbese These Thesetn Thet
tn t 1 v the lights which illumine Je the path pathvxyofKfe pathwzy
vxyofKfe vxyofKfeYoung wzy 1 of life lifeYoung IifeYiungiiien
Young Yiungiiien men write w te to t to Us as and ask us ustin ust ustit
tin t it means to achieve success su suce We Wepa Wep Ve Velilt
pa lilt p wt it to the jnnior jBniormator S tt tOT from fromYork fromYork fronmYork
> > > York the sum of the successful successfulFollow sueeefulW uJ uJiJ
iJ Follow his example young youngcheer yoUIIgrtllds youngI
rtllds I iids Be L1i iheerful rfulJmd rfulJmdfutr itnd mskego d dI
I cheer I futr r for for9th others S J Laugh i JtlMtttb JtlMtttbJd that tb tbv the thei4
v rid may may laugh with you Smile Smilethe Smilej
j the grim visage of destiny and andb andit
1 kt it smile with yQuit VQ it wiH wi wil if yo yon yoni yousi4t j jjsist
i jsist si4t ot It has brought 5tOOOOOO 5000000 to tophilosopher toi tophilosopher
i philosopher phi osopber of Manhattan But Butour Bnti
i our Chauneey were not worth a ai alar aar
i liar lar ar or a securfty seeurftybe he still would be beicii beh beih
ih icii h when Wl bfteked hy saab philosophy
The Militiamans f1 iliti am ans Liability LiabilityImportant LiabHit LiabHitbportnt LiabilitjjLportaat
Important Dedsiaa by the t Pemaylyania PemaylyaniaSupreme PennayFvamaSunrame a aSureme
Supreme Court CourtIn CourtTn Courtiii
In Tn ihe tt mp supreme D1e court of Pennsyl PemumsylAiua Pennsylvauia Permsyla
vauia a a decision oDW8S was given lastMon lastMoniuiv last 1astMonty Mon MonL
iuiv L ty y which goes S far toward fixing th thAbility the theirdility the2hiIity
Ability to Criminal himinalJro preaecutiou eeutioll of a aT aj aJitjaman
T Jlitiamsn j shooting to kill in times of ofi ofIt
i It t at the command oomUJ d of his superior superioie superiorIer supe oi oiAwrioflmabeascoipnswas
Ier e r A Awrioflmabeascoipnswas Awrioflmabeascoipnswasd writ r of I habeas coipae was wasi ao
i rk < < d ip ID tliis coort UIt to seeute seeUR SUI the theof re reof
1 < ± of tiol1eArthJu one oneArtitr Arthur Wjg Wlsworth l sworth rth a p pt pn pnt
t in i the Eighteenth ighteen tb Regiment Regimenti ot oti
i Pennsylvania 1 National Gtiard Gtiardler Omard1er
ler indictment for fo manslaughter mangaugh maumdaughtereourts ri in incourts
< courts urts of SchuylkiH SehuyJliIieunty SehuyJliIieuntyVdsworth C county countyVadsworth 1Ulty
Vadsworth was stationed with his hisvIH hisp
vIH efit p itt 1 at Shenandoah during the thei thesode
i strike disorders sode rd erS of 0 last la lac ast antumn antumni
i c > was sent with itb oth otherS rs ilo to guard the theIIM theof
IIM 1 Le of a nonunion non1U nminer miner which wh h li had hadi
i 1 dynflutiled dyuuait the previous pm prevous ons onsIt njj iEf iEfIt
It 1 v it i lb > occuf Up ie edbydhe < byvth by the nailers nrlnerlim fain fernand j jih
ih 11 and further assault u auit was 86 feared fearedViulsworth fearedhworth fearedv
Viulsworth v hworth had Olden to let no noone nooner one oner onetJroaeL
r tJroaeL pioaeh lJJ 81fh About midnightsow midni nthinight it sonj aomsne aomsnet1lIpte1 one onetempted fte ftetwpted
tempted to cross CrO the lipe l The in inuer illtl iii iiier
uer tl rag thceetinies threetimeswamed warned to tolt toh1tflg hglt 1tt hgltgiimg
t giimg i ing flg no heed to the command commandslf cO UIJandsl
slf sl sh by Wadswortb in obedience bedieneebe obediencethe < > bedienc bediencThe
The be f TS he hehadreeaived hehadreeaivedqat had badfie received receivedA
A tic > qat ai a strike ww over aud audtiJe ii4 ii44e < 1 1ue
tiJe ue Eighteenth Ei l1teenth Regiment had havttn1ied harifld ttlfned
to Pittsburgh Wadsworth was wRsarrcstod wRsarrcstodn arrested arrestedon ariestuddu
du on n a charge of manslaughter The TbeSehuylkill TheSclmylkill TheSchnylkiil
Sehuylkill authorities insisted on their theirTight theirjght theiriight
Tight to try him in their county courts courtsand courlsy courlsyand courtsand
and his hiseo1nsel counsel went to the the1 State su supreme 511preme suprezne ¬
preme court for an order releasing releasinghim releasinghim releasinghim
him from custody That order was wasgranted wagranted wasgranted <
granted on Monday by Justice J ustiCe Mitch Mitchell Mitchell Mitchall ¬
ell who held that that on the facts pre presented prented proseated ¬
seated nted there was no legal ground for forsubjecting forsubjecting forsubjecting
subjecting Wadsworth to trial trialJudge trialT trialJudge
Judge T udge Mitchell declares that white whileState whiteState whiteState
State troops are iu in active service for forthe forthe forthe
the suppression of disorder and rio violence riolence 0 0lencc ¬
lence thehyrights theiV rigbts and obligations obl Wltions as assoldiers assoldiers assoldiers
soldiers must be judged ju 1ge < < l by the standard stand standards standards ¬
ards ard of actual ctu war The requirement requirementof
of the situation in either ease shift snifvwith shiftwitb shil shilwith
with HI the t1 eircniastn cnmstances < es and the same samestandard samestBndan samestandri
standard of justification j tion mustappJy mustappJyto must apply applyto
to both bothIt bothn bothnIt bothit
It is true he admits admitsr that in ac actual 8Cbud acthai ¬
bud war a commander is answerable answerableonly answernbleonly answerableonly
only to Iris military superiors while whilefor wbilfor Whitefor
for acts done in domestic do tie territory territoryeven t territoryeven rlltory rlltoryeyen
even in the suppression of public publicd din disorder sorder dinorder ¬
order he is accountable after the exi exigency eDgemyhas cxigooey ¬
gooey gemyhas has passed to the civil power powerboth p powerboth wer werhotbbi
both hotbbi bjf b prosecution in the courts and andby andby andby
by civil action at the instance of par parties parties parties ¬
ties aggrieved But the burden bm len < must mustlest mustlest niustrest
lest on the complainant of showing showingthat sho showingthat ing ingthat
that the acts complained of were not notjustified notjustified notjustiflea
justified by military necessity necessityIn necessi necessiIn
In the Wudsworth V udsworth case according accordingto accoldin accoldinto accordingto
to the decision given ivcn there could oul < l be beno beno
no ground for fordOllbting doubting the th legality legalityof
of the order to shoot The relator relatorwas reitorwas
was a private soldier and his first firstduty prst irstduty
duty was obedience His orders were wereclear ere ereelear
clear and specific and the evidence evidencedid evidencedid
did not notilldicate indicate that he went beyond beyondthem beyondth
them th rn in his action No basis for forcriminal forcriminal forcriminal
criminal prosecution could therefore thereforebe
be held to exist existThe e existThe st stThe
The courts decision seems eminent eminently eminently eminently ¬
ly sound and sensible The law pro provides provides prosides ¬
vides its remedies for wanton or vio violent violent riolent ¬
lent abuses of the military power powerBut powerBut powerBut
But unless violence or wantonness wantonnesscan antonl1ecan
can be shown military exigencies exigenciesmust e exigenciesmUSt gencies genciesmust
must mUSt be held to justify the means ac actually actUiHy actuailv ¬
tually taken to repress repress disorder On Onno Onno Onno
no other theory can the State freely freelyemploy freelyemploy freelyemploy
employ its armed forces to tosnppress tosnppresslawlessness suppress suppresslawlessness snppre snpprelawlessness
lawlessness lawlessnessOtherwise lawlessnessOther1ise lawlessnessOtherwise
Otherwise as o one e of our Philadel Philadelphia Philadelphia Philadelphia ¬
phia contemporaries well puts it stlie stlieNational the tbeNational theNational
National Guard could exist e ist for noth nothing nothing notlibig ¬
ing but amusement parade and andpeace andpeace andpeace
peace I ISites tSites
Sites for Statues StatuesIdeas StatuesIdeas StatuesIdeas
Ideas Which Should Govern in n Placing PlacingOur PlacingOur PlacingOur
Our Effigies of Dead Heroes HeroesNow HeroesNow HeroeNow
Now that the the Earl of Yarmouth Yarmouthhas Yarmoudlh Yarznoulihms
has h safely been landed we may be bepermitted bep hepermitted
permitted p perhaps to resume the con consideration consideration eonsideration ¬
sideration of matters of lesser impor importance importance importance ¬
tance Among these is the agitation agitationstarted agitationstarted agitationstarted
started by members of the Cosmos CosmosClub CosmosClub CosmosClub
Club of this city for the preservation preservationof presern ion ionof
of the elm at the northeast rtheast coner coiner of ofLafayette ofLafayette ofLafayette
Lafayette Park The life of theVenerable the thevenerable thevenerable
venerable tree it seeins seeins1 is threat threatened threteued threatened ¬
ened by a statue of either Pulaski Pulaslior PulasliorSteuben or orSteuben orSteuben
Steuben similar in character charflcterand and de design design design ¬
sign to the statues erected on thesoutb the thesouth timesouth
south side of the tb park to th tlNtmeft ttieueiflory ttieueifloryof memory memoryof Jrj Jrjof
of Rochambeau and Lafayette The TheCosmos YfheCosmos TheCosmos
Cosmos Club we are told has riseu riseuin rise risein riseain
in its might to protest And when whenthat wbenthat whenthat
that club protests plO protestnwhy StS why something somethinghas romethingbas somethinghas
has got to toLe be bedrie i1v ors G Thats evident evidentLeaving evi evidentLeaving ent entJeaying
Leaving the Cosines in its double doubleattitude doubleI doubleattitude
attitude of protestant and protector protectorand PlOtee proteetoand tor torand
I and ignoring ignori for the moment the epis epistolary episI epistolary ¬
I tolary torrent tonentm11 all r beginning of ofeonrse ofcourse f fi
i course eou with Woodman spare that thatfeeJ thateewhich
K feeJ ee eewhich which will break breakloosc loose the rain raintrte mainte
I trte tde te an ax is raised raL ed < to fell this partic particular partici particaJar ¬
i ular elm we make so bold as g to say saythat saythat saythat
that it will be best bestahI 1iU 1I things consid considered cOlLidered100 connideyed ¬
eyed ered100 to complete c mplete tb the scheme se ne which is isto isto is isto
to furnish some reason for turning turningLafayette turningLafAette turningLafayette
Lafayette LafAette Square into Independence IndependenceSquare Indepe LidepeudcnceSquan dcnce dcnceSquare
Square or 4Squ S Square < Juiire of the Revolu Revolution RevGlulion Revolulion ¬
lion and not to stop midway in the theexecution theXeeution theexeeation
execution of that plan pla We have we
j think enough euou gJl halfcoi halfcoion h a co mpe tM schemes schemesIon 5C hem es
Ion on 111 band handwitness witness the Capitol terraces terracesI
t I
J j without w thout adding another to their theirnumber theirJnu theiruumber
Jnu JnuJ number numberAfter uumberI
J After fter the two statues to Steuben Steubenand SteubenI teuben teubenand
and Pulaii Pnl ici have luivcb been placed inLion in posi position jwsifions ¬
I Lion fions hweverwc however we hope hopethat that not an another anotber another ¬
other statue or monument will villbe be per perrmiited perI perzuitted
I miited to be erected e ted in any of the city citypa cityparks ity ityparks
parks pa ks or reservations A place for foreverything f foreveTybing r rI
I everything and everything everythingP1 in its itsplace itspIM itspIee
place is the housekeepers motto It Itshould ItI ItshouM
should be that of the men to whom whomtbe wbomthe whomthe
the ta ti task k of f selecting selec Jmg sites sitesf for r statues statuesis statnesMSigued statuesis
is assigned And they ought ught to know knowtliat knowthat knowtbat
that bright foliage in summer and andleafless andleafless mdkaf1ess
leafless branches branch in wmi winter r make no noproper noproper nopro
proper pro background for bronze figures figuresThe i gttresThe figuresThe
The French rarely if ever place a aUtatue aftrtatne atstne
ftrtatne Utatue tstne in a park They give it it when whenI whenever
I ever e r possible possiblettn an m architectural ae tectural setting scttin scttinI settingI
I I pin m n front of a building almildiugI abuildiugWe buildingI
I I We Jive tinder what is compared comparedwith comparedwith omp3rcdi
i with Central Europe a s bright sky the thejvy theI thear
jvy I year ar r around If you y you u place pace ft a bronze bronzestatue bronzestatue ronzc ronzcBtatuein
Btatuein statue in > a position positionwhC1e where it will wi l have havea
a bright blue sky ky y and nothing else eJ for fora fora fora
a background it becomes little more morethan IUOrcthan morethan
than a silhouette Thats what ih ihSherman this tbeShennan thisSherniaii
Sherman statue t tue1 faeingthe facing the south parr parrtk I pertieo r rtico
tk tico > o of oftbc tb ftie Treasury wilt in 1 he that is isif isif isif
if it ever is finished uiibedYithgny With gray gran granite grAnite grante ¬
ite te on on n the other hand han as a nba back baefcgronnd background < k kd
ground d or better still sandstone mel mellowed JUellowed mellowed ¬
lowed by awe the form no less thanj than I
the outline outD of fasblhte a statue tate will Willbe be brought broughtout broughtout hioughtout
out as as it should be be For lhat J8t reason reasonwe reaOl1I reasonwe
we e believe the sunken spaces spac es north of ofthe ofthe ofthe
I the War Department and of the theTreasury theTreasury theTreasury
Treasury should some day be adorned adornedthe adornedI adornedthe
the one by a group gIoupof oup of Revolutionary Revolutionaryheroes Revolutionaryheroes Revolutionaryheroes
heroes surmounted by an equestrian equestrianstatue equestrianstatue equestrianstatue
statue of Washington the other by a agroup agroup agroup
group of financiers fi1ftnc ers whose part in the theearly tbeearly theearly
early struggles of the tJJcRepnblic Republic was wasas was wastnport1Jlt
as important a one oDtf almost alm t as that thatplayed thatplayed thatplayed
played by the map who whodrew drew a sword swordor
or Sh shouldered mlderec1 a muset The city to today to today tolay ¬
day has no better sites to offer We Weonly WeI Weonly
only o 1y hope that some 5 O me cheerful ClIOO rrUi idiot idiotwill idiotWIll idiotwill
I will not come along ILIOn ong one of o these fine finedarjrs fineI finedays
I days to damp < a i Tile rile horror hon oi like the theHancock theI theHancock
Hancock statue st ue or the Peace inonui inonuiment lLOnuI monumeat
went upon them Is it hoping 110p DIZ for too toomnchf toomuch toonitich
I mnchf mnchfThe much nitichThe
l lThe
The Field of Politics PoliticsRebake PoliticsRebtke PoliticsRebuke
Rebuke W t Political P 1itical jealousies JealousittSThe jealousiesThe s sThe
The weather man yesterday adminis administered administered admlnintered ¬
tered a rebuke to childishness ldishnes caused caused by bya bya bya
a petty lettypoll etty political tcal jealousy and did it so sowell sowell sowell
well that it should should prove a lasting les lesson lesson leaNon ¬
son to Representative RepresentatifeHuII Hull of Iowa and andthe andtbe andthe
the portly mayor mayorol of Des Moines Weeks Weeksbefore Weeksb Weeksbefore
before b fore the date for President Roosevelts Rooseveltsarrival Rooseveltsarrival Rooseveltsarrival
arrival in Iowas capital the country was wasstirred wasstirred wassthred
stirred by accounts of a contest to de determine de determine determine ¬
termine who ho should occupy the fourth fourthseat fourthseat fourthseat
seat in the carriage with w th the President PresidentParties PresideRtPartie PresidentParties
Parties to the controversy labored laboredIons laboredIOI1 laboredlonj
Ions a and d diligently over the question of ofetiquette orI ofetiquette
etiquette enthorIUe8 authorities were sought so ught and andprecedents andprecedents andprecedents
I precedents cited some going to show showtfcat sho shotJat showthat
that a member of Congress has rights rightssrior rightsI rightsrIor
I rior to those of ofa a mayor mayorand and some the therererae thereTerae thereverse
reverse Public Publicmeetings meetings were ere held the thereception therecepUqu thereceptmjmt
reception committee took sides the thepress thepress thepress
press discussed the question and bit bitterness bitterness bitterness ¬
terness was exhibited everywhere everywhereIt
It was conceded conc ed that th t the President Presidentwould PresIdentwouJd Presidentwould
would b be accompanied in the parade by byhis brhis byhis
his private secretary Mr Loeb and andlikewise andlikewise andlikewise
likewise that Governor Cummins sbouloccupy shouldoccupy should shouldoccupy
occupy one of the positions of honor but butwho butwhowould
who whowould 110 would fill the fourth seat seatUnquestionably seatUnquestionably aeatUnquestionably
Unquestionably if the matter was as left leftfor Jeftfor leftfor
for the President President to decide he would wouldhave wolddhaye wouldhave
have selected < l Mr Hull not because of ofany ofany ofany
any particular friendship merely merely a amatter amattero amatter
matter mattero of comfort comfortA comfortA
A Marvel of Avoirdupois AvoirdupoisEverywhere AvoirdupoisEv AvoirdUpoisEverywhere
Ev Everywhere rywhere Mayor Breaton Brent n has been beenheralded beeRheralded beesheralded
heralded as a amrvel marvel of avoirdupois To Tobe Toexae Tob
be b exact exae he tipped the beam at atpounds 349 349pounds 349pounds
pounds on the day tut was inducted into intooffice Intoottlce Intooffice
office officeBut ottlceBut officeRut
But the President President failed to take Issue Issueiu issuein issueill
iu the matter and it twas was fought fougltout out outon outonlines on onlines onlines
lines peculiar to the Hawkeye State StateThe StatoI StateThe
I The mayor mayoras as an exponent cXponento of the Iowa Iowaidea IowaI Iowaidea
I idea an won o outand out t and having been vic victorious vlci vietorious ¬
i torious in his fight he was magnanimous magnanimousenough magnanimousi magnanimousenough
i enough to then give way and wave Cap Captain Captaln Captam ¬
tain tam Hull to the th coveted seat seatThis seaLi seatThis
i This would all have been very well wellhad wenlhad wellbad
lhad had the weather man been en consulted consultedbat consultedI consultedbelt
I bat he was w sot hot and yesterday when whentbe whentbeI the theparade theparade
I parade was being beingOlCanized organized he pro proceeded plOI proceeded ¬
I ceeded to get reveng revengA rebengeA
i A downpour d wnpour of rain rain came without withoutwarning w Withoutwarning itbollt
II warning and like time and tide the thePresidents thePresidents thePresIdents
Presidents plans would not wait The Thecarriages Thei Thecarriages
i carriages carriages were were closed against the ayes ayesof QYeI eyesof
I of a curious public and the procession processionmoved procea processionmoved loD loDmoved
moved like a funeral fu ral train with no one onethe onelbe onethe
the wiser as to who accompanied the thePresident thePresident thePresident
President The Thepartles parties to th the contro controversy cootroversy centreversy ¬
versy will now have have opportunity opportu ityto to re reflect refleet ¬ i ineet
fleet upon the wisdom of Shakespeares Shakespearesselection ShakeilPearesselection Shakpearesselection
selection of name for his popular popular play playMuch pI pIfuch playXuch
fuch Much Ado About Nothing NothingAs NothingAs othIDg othIDgAs
As Successor to Cummins CumminsTalking CumminsTalking CumminsTalking
Talking of Iowa they U the have a way out outthere outthere outthere
there of determining the th political fu futures futures fuLures ¬
tures of men long before the time tl tIin ar arrives arrives arrives
rives for making nominations nomlnatioDsNow Now that thatit thatit thatit
it is conceded Cummins will have ha Ve no op opposition opposition
position for his second nomination for forgovernor forgoveror forgovernor
governor and it is a settled principle principlethat principlethat
that no one shall have more than two twoterms twoterr twotern1s
terms timber is under discussion for forthe forthe forthe
the building of a successor successorThe SUCc successorThe SSOr SSOrThe
> The political P litical complexion of the State Statehas Statehas I
has so changed since the death of Sen Senator enI enIat en enator ¬
ator at or Gear and the subduing of hiS lac laction ac action
tion by the Cummins forces and the thetow theIiWa i
tow IoWa idea that t t there is no longer lon T any anydoubt anydoUbt l
doubt the riomination will be made from fromthe fromthe fromthe
the supporters of the pew iew Republican Republicanparty Republlcnparty B Bparty
party partyThere partyThere partyThere
There are two men prominent in the thenomination thenomination e enomination
nomination of Cummins who o are aTOCOU aTOCOUdered con considered considered ¬
sidered dered for the place One of these tbes these isWeblSByers IsWebl is isWb8
Wb8 WeblSByers flyers ezspeaker of the Iowa IowaHouse IowaRouse
House of Representatives Rep el1tathes an and nil d the 1ndieatitD5 indi mdicati9us indicattyns
cattyns eatitD5 are that he bemfY may be left with a aclear acIear aclear
clear cIear field fiel > >
1 j Senator Tom Nealey woo who is one ofth ofthe of ofthe
the th leading lawyers t tae State and a aloyal aloyal aloyal
loyal Cummins man has before been beenurged beenurged n > I
urged to topennit permit his name narne to go before beforeIcrwaT bef beforeIawa 1e j jIowa <
IcrwaT Iowa conventions nventIcnsbut but he now has other otheraspirations otherUpLatJons otheraspirations
aspirations It seems aeemsl1ke1y likely > that tn Judge JudgeSliiras 1ad 1adShtras JudgeShiras
Sliiras of the northern district of Iowa lowemay Iowamay Iowamay
may be elevated to a vacar position on onthe onthe onthe
the United States < bench Senator Se ator Healey Healeywould Eleywould ley leyould
would ould like Ilketo to succeed aueceedShlras Shims aDd it the thevacancy t thevacancy
vacancy occurs oeeurs will undoubtedly undoub edly receive Zefeive xeceivethe receivetee
the indorsement of every prominent prominentlowan PlOmfnenowan
Iowan IowanThe lowanTie owan owanThesenat
Tie Thesenat senator r Is now In Washington to toattend toattend toattend
attend the wedding tc t teniglit D night of i MIa MfeOConnell MIaOConnell MIsS MIsSOConnell
OConnell daughter of the the solicitor tor of ofthe oft ofthe
the t United t aired States Treasury and t am LIeD Lieu1 Lieu1tenant Ueutenant I Itenant
tenant Condon of Fort Hunt V VLincein Va Vs VsLincoln
Lincoln Li 9In Did Split Sails SailsFront Rai1sFrOUt RailsProm
Front far off o Kansas a voice of protest pro protest protest ¬
test has been raised against a recent de derision derision doiIsbn ¬
rision of the t timehonored belief that thatAbraham thtAbraham thatAbraham
Abraham Lincoln split S llt rails when lie liewas hea bewas
was a young man J R McLean McLean of ofFlorence ofFlorence ofFlorence
Florence Kan has absolute personal personalproof pentOnalproof personalproof
proof that Mr Lincoln acknowledged acknowledgedwielding acknowledgedwfeldinl acknowledgedwielding
wielding the t1 ax for a livelihood UveU livellhoo o9d Mr MrMcLean trWcLean MrMcLean
McLean writes writesI
I was 11 a delegate d lepte to the th State Stato COB COHvention COBvenli convenUes
venUes venli n held in Decatur 111 in 1860 I860Mr 1860Mr 1860Mi
Mr Lincoln sat on the platform daring daringthe dnringthe daringthe
the convention when two men came cam into intotire 1totdw Intothe
tire hall hlII bearing between them two Tails TailsMr T311 T311Mr railsJdr
Mr Lincoln tncoln was asked if he had lKd split splitthe splitthe splitthe
the rails in question At the Inquiry he heiwse heP hepeso
peso P from his hi chair and stepped to the theedge Uteedce theeige
edge of U1 tad platform As the th i itwtit Thou n pass passed pAaIted pasaei ¬
ed ed him with the rails ran he looked them themcarefully thenaearefUUy themareufly
carefully over and replied rtpn that he lten was wasnot wasno
not n no Sure sure that he had J plit l1t these rails railsbut ralla rallabut railsbut
but but he wa wag sure ore he h6htd had split ltplftmany many h 11ter bet better t tter >
ter ones
Emperor William Vil Ii am Annual A Annually interrupts te rrupts His Remarible Reln r able Adiv Activity ity by a aIerioo period 1eriod of Religious Re 1ig110u SecIusion SeclusionParis SeclusionParisPreparing Paris ParisPreparing PariSPreparing
Preparing for a CordMl Cordi lVel Welcome omefo to King Ed Edward EdwardLeopold ward Leopold Woelfiings WoelflingsBargain Bargain Barin With wifhjrands Francis rancis Joseph
I Kaiser Retires to WorthiBg WorthiBgEmperor W WorthingEmperor orthillg orthillgEmperor
Emperor William Is the oillY only mon monarch monarch menarch ¬
arch of the Old World who whoea each Ji year yeargoes yeargoes yeargoes
goes Into a a species of religious s retreat retreatlasting retreatlasting
lasting several days and during ilurl g which whichhe whichsecludes whichhe I
he secludes himself from the tbeworId world and andfrom andI andfrom I
from matters mundane in the castle of ofWartburg ofWartburg
Wartburg Wartbur famous as having been the theplace
II I place where Martin Luther while Idle In Inrefuge Inrefuge I
I refuge from his numerous uunierou enemies enemiestranslated enemiestranslated
translated and wrote the version of the theBible theBible theBible I
Bible now in use throughout Protes Protestant Protestaut i itaat
taut Germany German > and known as the Lu Lutheran Lutberan Lutheran ¬
theran Bible The room which Luther Lutheroccupied Lutheroccupied Lutheroccupied
occupied in the castle is the t tb bourne of ofmany ofmany ofmany
many a pilgrimage to t1tf Hs day t1a > and the thespot thespot
spot on the wall said to tOh8Vi have been beenmade beende beenmade II IIspot
made de by him in hurling his inkstand fnkstandat j jat I Iat
at the head of Satan is still Ul shown to tothose tothose I Itoose
those who care for old legeadsWithout legeads 1s 1sWithout j
Without entering into i to the merits ofj of ofthis ofthis
this story It cannot be denied that tho thoWarttrarg thoWartburg theWartburg
Wartburg castle which wh which ch is J TMtuated situated at atabout atabout atabout
about twenty minutes distance distancefrom dIstancefom distancefrom
from Biseaach the capital of ofSaxe ofSaxeWeimar ofSaxeWeimar
Saxe SaxeWeimar Weimar is is looked upon through throughout throughout throughout ¬
out Protestant Germany as the thecradle theczadle thecradle
cradle of Lutheranism and Js revered reveredas rcvere < l las
as such It Is therefore only natural naturalthe naturalthe naturalthe
the castle should be selected set Cted ete as the one oneplace oneplace oneplace
place above all 11 others In Germany aermany by bythe bythe bythe
the Kaiser for quiet religious r Uaf i1gipu t medita meditation meditatIon meditation ¬
tion from which this this most 1R t interesting interestingof
of contemporary monarchy issues forth forthwith forthwith forthwith
with increased development deT luPJlfiUlt of that thatspecies tbatspecies thatspecies
species of religious mysticism which whichforms whichforms hich hichI
I forms so extraordinary a ai < feature of his hismanysided hIsmanysided hismanysided
manysided character characterTomorrow characterTomorrow
Tomorrow he will attettd att tad at Buck Buckoburg Buckburg Buekburg
I burg the wedding wedding of Princess Prin e Caroline Carolineof
of Reuss and the Grand Gra d Duke of Saxe SaxeWeimar SaxeWeimar SaxeWelmar
Weimar who is one of ottbe the wealthiest wealthiestof
of German sovereign and next in the theline theline I Iline
line of succession to the throne throu of Hol Holland HolIand lintland ¬
land as as long as Queen QueenWBhelmina Wllbelmlna re remains reI remaIns ¬
I mains mai childless It is probable how however however however ¬
ever he would waive his rights to the theDutch theDutch theDutch
Dutch throne it called upon to succeed succeedthereto lIucceedthereto succeedthereto
thereto preferring his bisplesent present sover sovereignty sovereignty sorereignty ¬
eignty which entails little trouble and andfew amidfew 141 141few
few responsibilities to the crown of ofHolland otHoHand ofHolland
Holland and the obligations with withwJiich withwbieh withwhich
which it is burdened burdenedGrand burdenedGrand burdcneGrand
Grand Dukes Son Renounces R hotlnces Title TitleLeopold TitleLeopo1d TitleLeopold
Leopold Woelfling tlU the < eldest eldest son s sOn n of ofthe oftbeGrand ofthe
the tbeGrand Grand Duke of Tuscany TU8etU 3r has at length lengthaffixed lengthafftxed lengthaffixed
affixed his signature to the t e agreement asreemfmt to towhich towhich towhich
which he was called I1ed upon uPon to consent consentby consentby consentby
by Emperor Francis Fr ncl Joseph J and ac according according ¬
cording to the terms of oJ which 1ich he re renounces rcRounC8S ccflounces ¬
flounces not only his tl title titleof l e of arch duke dukebut dukebut
but also that of Prince Prlnceot of Tuscany Tu eany as aswell 18weU ts tsWe11 II
well as of all his honors dignities and andAustrian andAustrian andAustrian
Austrian nationality natlonalityhtreturn fa I return for an anannual anannual
annual income of 6000 a year payable payableto
to him monthly The Theareh areh duke has at atthe atthe atthe
the same time given to the Emperor Emperora
a solemn pledge under1i underi0cfrcumstances underi0cfrcumstancesto under no circumstances circumstancesto
to marry Wllhelmine WfIhelmhietdamovich Wllhelmi e Adamovkch for forwhose forwhose forwhose
whose sake it was s i1n understood er he h orlgi orlgiSUGGESTS orlgiSUGGESTS fIgi fIgiSUGGESTS
Army and Havy N Najvy vy Journal Thinks ItCould It ItCould ItCould
Could Be GiY Given n as Well W < 11 as Silver SilverIt
It is 15 expected that announcement will wUlbe willbe willbe
be made in a few days of the selection of ofa ora ofa
a silver service for the armored cruiser cruiserPennsylvania crulaerPenDSylvaDla cruiserPennsylvania
Pennsylvania for which the Legisla Legislature LegsJature LegislatUrn ¬
ture appropriated I5060 25600 The commis commission Munnlsalon commisaba ¬ i
aba to select sele Iectthe t the designs desgnshieh which con consists consistsof ¬
sists sistsof of Governor Pennypacker Pennypacker and andSen andSenator Sen Senators Senstore ¬ I
store Quay and Penrose has held one onesession on onsession onesession I
session and viewed the designs sub submitted su sumltted submitted ¬
mitted It is thought that the awtrJ awtrJwill l wsiIwill l lwiU
will be bepmade nade ade this t tIns s week weekIn weekIn weekin
In connection with the presentation presentatl u or ofthis orthis orthis
this silver service the Army and Navy NavyJournal NaYTJournal NavyJournal
Journal just Issued says saysWhile saysWhile saysWhile
While there will be no captious criti criticism eritlci5m ccliielem ¬
cism of the act of the thePennsylvan Pennsylvania PennsylvaniaLegislature PennsylvaniaLegislature a aLegislature
Legislature appropriating 25000 for the thepurchase thepurchase thepmchase
purchase of a silver service for the t1teUnited theUnited theUnited
United States Stat a armored cruiser named in inhonor Inhonor
honor of that State there Is considera considerable consi consideraWe ¬
ble force in the suggestion that a apor por portion pOr pOrlion ¬
tion of the the money might fitly be spent spentin 6pentin spentinprosidiug
in inprosidiug providing the ship bip with a handsome handsomelibrary handsomelibrary e
library for the common common use of officers officersend officersand s
and men The supply of desirable read readleg reacmaller readlug
leg matter on our warships is always alwayslimited alwayslimited alwaysIixited
limited and the means means of Increasing it itare Itare I
are exceedingly small The gifts of sil ¬ I
ver which have been made mad to the thesela ves vessels vs vseels ¬
eels of the new w navy by their sponsor sponsorStates sponsorStateaare sponsorStates
States Stateaare are both beautiful and appro appropriate appro appropriate appropilate ¬
priate but if in inaddition addition to them each eachship eachship eachship
ship were presented with with1OOO aOOO or 2J0G 2J0Gwisely 2000wisely OOO OOOwisely
wisely selected selcteiworks ekttC works of history biog biography biography blegraphy ¬
raphy and fiction by the people PeOple of ofState ffce ffceState the theState
State for which she is named namedtbe the educa educational edu edueational a atlonal ¬
tional results would be altogether altogetherwholesome altogetherwholesome altogetherwholesome
wholesome The silver Is ail right but butwhy bittwhy butwhy
why not books as well a aasllftrY aasllftrYAMBITION as silver silver1YEfITION
Its feet are arefllante planted on the bumble eartli eartliIts earutIts earth earthIts
Its eyes are cast toward tie dazzling dazzlingsnn dazzlingsun
sun snnUntil SI1DUntil suntntii
Until too oft tin blinded bllnd led astray astrayAnd aStrayAnd astrayAnd
And in a gulf hurled ere tie day is isdone isdone isdone
done doneNo done doneo doneNo
No o hill so 0 steep that it may not attempt attemptNo attempNo attemptNo
No precipice it may not nottry try to scale scaleNo sCRleNo scaleNO
No lurking horror by the waysMe waysMecrouched waysRtecrouched waiz1ecrouched
crouched crouchedCan crouchedCan crouchedCan
Can cause Ambitions eager ea erche cheeks ks to towile t tDale topale
wile wileThe DaleThe paleThe
The white bones scattered by the IBOUH IBOUHtftin moUAtln mnountam
tftin tam r Dals Dalsfhe paf1The > aCfr aCfrTie
Tie white whltecleath death lurkIng wtaee wmeya the fog fogbanks fogbanka fogbanks
banks run runIt runIt runIt
It sees sees not for its It fatuous atuQu eyes are arefixed arefixed arefixed
fixed fixedUpon fixedUpon fixedUpon
Upon the red shield of the glariag glariagOh gJa1ingsun Imtrthg Imtrthgsun
011 tliat t Jat Ambition would but b t clothe iothe itself itselfIn i ItselfIn lt ltIn
In sober raiment and upon the earth earthFnd earthFnd earthFad
Fnd calm content in searching out the theKOOd tiJIOOQ thegood
good KOOdAnd goodAnd OOQ OOQAnd
And doing deeds ireplate replatewltl1 with honest honestworta bOlitortk hoiientworth
wortaBut worth worthBut ortk ortkBut
But so twill be until the end of oiTlme oiTlmeUnb Time TimeUnheeding TimeUnhceding
Unheeding Unb cllng care1eaj careless will witl Ambition Ambitionftife Ambitionnih
ftife nihIts 11 V c cIts i iIt
It Its sttfmbling stl1l bUtiC f feet t amId m t1 < I tins pits nwii nwiisun aOOaJ and andsnares
aJ snares snaresIts ea eaIta
Its f foolish OIJ 1t ey ey axed td al1imdly i 1Y on t tsun the
sun 5111Lowell f 0 0I
Lowell I O R Reese ese in S Stlf1f San HT HTBulletin FfaDeiSlO FfaDeiSlODul1eUn FraneisoBulletin
Bulletin Dul1eUnI Dul1eUnd
nally nay broke with his relatives He has hasdefinitely hasdeant hasdefinitely
definitely deant IY stated he has no intention of ofcoming o ocomiilg ofcoming
coming to t the United States but Will Willon willon willon
on the contrary settle down In Switzer Switzerland Swlberland Switzerland ¬
land and apply for naturalization there thereInasmuch thereInaamooh thereInasmuch
Inasmuch as he has committed no crime crimein crimeIn crimein
in the eyes of the law either Austrian Austrianor
or foreign there is no valid reason reaaoI1 way wayhis why whyhis whyhi
his hi application for naJuraJizatlon naturalization should anouMbe shouldbe houM houMbe
be refused refusedParis retuaedPuis retueedParis
Paris Awaits King Xin Biwtid EttWldKing dwud dwudKing
King Edward will reach Paris the day dayafter dayatter da daafter
after tomorrow tomOrrow from Italy not at atthe atthe t tthe
the Gare de Lyon terminus termlDus but by the thestation tb tbuon thestation
station uon in the Bois de Bologna waei waeihe where wbttnhe wherehe
he will be received by the President ot otthe
the Republic who will drive him in his hisstate hisstate
state carriage e rriage and four along tbe A AvenSe AvenSede venae venaede vente ventede
de Bois de Bologne and down the theChamps theChamps theChamps
Champs Ely Eljes ees to the tnBritish British embassy embassytroops embaHytroops embassytroops
troops lining the entire route Later in iatne intJ intile
tne tJ tile e day the theKing King will officially visit visl t the thePresident thePresident thePresident
President at the Eiysees and atter attertUning afterdining after afterdining
dining alone at the embassy e bassy wilt join joinM joind joinM
M Loubet at the Corned ComEdie ie Francalse FrancalSfOn FrancaiseOn
On Saturday Saturda afternoon there will be a areview areview areview
review of o thi Ul entire Paris garrison for forhim forhim I
him at l Longchamp a dinner by the thePresident thePresident I Il
President l > at the Biysees and a aatate state stateperformance stateperfothance i iperformance
performance at the theopera opera Sunday SUlday the theKing theKing I
King will lunch with the minister of offoreign offoreign i iforeign
foreign affairs will give a banquet at attbe atthe atthe
the English ED isb embassy in honor of the thePresident thePresident > i iPreside
President t and will leave for London Londonon LondonOD Londonon
on Monday MendavEnglands MondayEnglands fcJldayEngJaDfPs
Englands St St Louis L ii Commissioners CommissionersLord COmmiaionersLard ChutmissionersLord
Lord Alverutone Alver tone lord chief justice of ofEngland ofE1g1aDd ofEnglandand
England Englandand and al d one of the t most mostnotawle mostnotawlememt notable notaWememiers notablememLers
memiers memt ts of o the newly created royal royalcommission royalcommission
commission to the 3t St Louis Exposition Expositionis
is f perhaps the theet best known to Americans Americansof
of all the members of that body though thoughnot thoughnot thoughnot
not under his present Ire nt name For 1 it was wasas wasas wasas
as Sir Richard RIchard Webster Webet r that he figured figuredas
as chairman of the t e government commis commission commission commisales ¬
sion to the Chicago Worlds Fair and andlikewise andIfkewIse andlikewise
likewise as member of the Bering Sea Seaarfd SeaaJ1d Seaamid
amid Venezuelan boundary arbitration arbitrationcommissions arbitrationoommfui arbitrationcommissions
oommfui commissions ns He has frequently been in inthis Ir IrthiB iithis
this country is personally acquainted acquaintedwith acquaintedth acquaintedwith
with th most of the leading public men of ofthe oft ofthe
the t United Slates ttS and may be said to tohave tohaY tohave
have haY had even domestic ties with withUnited the theUnited theUnited
United Stales through tie tbemarri marriage of ofhis ofhis f fhis
his only son sonwho who died last year yurto to the tbedaughter thedaughter thedaughter
daughter of Sir Sfr Francis FrS Dels and Lady Lad Evans Evansthe EVUD8the Evansthe
the latter being < an American riun girl girldaughter girldaulhter girldaughter t
daughter of Samuel SQ mel Stevens SteeDs the tbe former formerattorney formerattorney formerattorney
attorney general gen ral of tie State of New NewYork NewYork NewYork
York YorkWhile YorkWhile YorkWhile
While at the bar Dick Webster or orLord r rLord rLord
Lord Alverstone Al verst one as he now n wJs is had tb tbwell th thwen thewell
well deserved reputation r utation of enjoying enj yina its itsmost t tmost itsmost
most lucrative practice and the great greatest grMtcst greatcat ¬
est amount of personal popularity tie tielatter t thelatter e elatter
latter largely due to his perfectly > even eventemper evatemper eventemper
temper unruffled even under the most mosttrying mosttrying moattrying
trying circumstances this in its It turn turnMR turnMR turnMR
uWill Will Be Little Left of f Him After AfterNext AfterNextCampaign Ifcxt IfcxtCampaign 1f xt xtCampaign
Campaign CampaignBOSTON CampaignBOSTON CampaignBOSTON
BOSTON April 2S 2ecretary Secretary o of the theNavy theNavy theNavy
Navy Moody played the part of prophet propbeteven propheteven propheteven
even in his hI own country Monday night nightand nightand nightand
and his prophecy was received with wild wildacclaim ild ildacclaim
acclaim by b the 300 and odd members at atthe atthe atthe
the Middlesex Club who were celebrat celebratIng celebrarlag
ing Grant night at the Hotel Brunswick Brunswickwhen Brunswickwhen
when he declared that Theodore Roose Roosevelt ROO1Ievelt Roosetelt ¬
velt would succeed himself as President PresidentThis Pret PresidentThis dent dentThis
This boom for another term preceded precededan
an earnest earn < st speech in support of reci reciS reciScal recIwocal O Ocal
cal trade relations with Cuba end in de defense d dCense ditense ¬
Cense of the administrations processes processesin proceusin I Iin
in the regulation egul < tlon of trusts trustsI
001 I pity pit the man said ie who is isbeguiled isbeguiled isbeguiled
beguiled into becoming omluC the candidate of ofthose ffth05 ofthose
those > who oppose the President because becausehe becausehe becausehe
he is not willing to leave the statute statuteenacted B statuteenacted tute tuteenacted
enacted by the Republican party and andindorsed andmdorsed andiiidorsed
indorsed by all its platforms Idle and andlifeless and111eless andllteless
lifeless upon the statute books hoo or be because becaUe because ¬
cause be stands for the great principle principleof
of equality before the law I pity him htmbecause himbecause himbecause
because after the next campaign there therewont therewont therewont
wont be b > enough of him left even with witha
a judicious admixture ad ixture of wind and water waterto waterto waterto
to incorporate under the laws of any anyState anyState anyState
State even the State of New Jersey
Dr T C Chamberlin bead of the de department dePartment Cepertinent ¬
pertinent Partment of geology at the University of ofChicago ofChicago ofChicago
Chicago and in charge of geological re research researcl1 ccsearch ¬
search in that vicinity for the United UnitedStates UnitedStates UnitedStates
States Geological C > Survey has received receiveda
a grant of 6090 front rOlD the Carnegie In Institution Institution Institution ¬
stitution which will enable him to carry carryact carryont carryout
act original research in the fundamental fundamentalproblems tw1Qamentalpt fundamentalproblems
problems pt ilems of geology The investigation investigationwill
will consist of a joint mathematical mathematicalastronomical mathematicalastronomIcal
astronomical nit aI < physical chemical and andgw andgtoOIogical andgeological
gw geological > logieal inquiry into earth problems problemsly problemstying
ly l tying ngr in the cefnmon c domain of these thesesciences thesec1ences theseetences
sciences sciencesDr etencesDr c1encesDr
Dr Chamberliii will be assisted in his hisresearch hisresearch hisresearch
research by men intimately connected connectedwith cJlUtected cJlUtectedwith cjnnectedwith
with these thes sciences sciel Ces They are Dr F R RMouHon R RMoulton itMoulton
Moulton of the department of r astron astronomy astronomy astronomy ¬
omy of the University of Chl Chicago xo Prof ProfC ProfC ProfC
C S Schichter of the department of ofmathematics ofmathematics ofmathematics
mathematics of 0 the University of Wis Wisconsin Wisconsin WIncousin ¬
consin Prof 1ro L L M HosKins of o the en engineering engineering englneertng ¬
gineering department of Leland Stan Stanford Stanford Stanforth ¬
ford University Prof Julius Stieglltz Stieglltzof Stleglltzof Stiegtitzof
of the department of chemistry and Dd Mr MrLunn MrIwut MrIunn
Lunn of the department of f mathematics mathematicsof
of the University Ul1iver lb of Chicago ChicagoDr ChlcftKoDr OhicagoDr
Dr Chamberlin has long been recog recogpized recogpl1ed recogpized
pized as one on > of the foremost t authorities authoritiesIn autJoritiesin
In glacial geology and has already made madevaluable madevaluable madevaluabte
valuable investigations in the funds fundamental fundsmental undamenta ¬
mental problems of geology geologyBISHOP geoogyBISHOP geologyBISHOP
CHICAGO C IICAGO April 29 29Frlends Friends of the theRight theRight theRight
Right Rev William E McLaren bishop bishopof bl p pof
of the Episcopal Bphu opaI diocese dloc of Chicago Chicagolearned Chicagolearned Chicagobattied
learned yesterday that lie ia 1 ill in At Atlantic AtluUc ktIssUe ¬
IssUe City Cit and will m probably not bo boable boable hoable
able to return to Chicago t W preside presideat
at the annual Episcopal convention conventionwhich coventionwhlcb conventionwhIch
which is to be held May 2G iti 27 and 28 2 S
resulting rem1ti perhaps from Ws wonderful wonderfulhealth won wonderfulhealth rftl rftlhealth
health which he preserves by his hi ab abstemiousness abIrtemlousneas abstemlousness ¬
stemiousness alike Ub ia food and drink drinkand drinkaJUl drinkanI
and by his keeping up some of those thosephysical thosephysical e ephysical
physical exercises exerei88Bwhlch which won for him himwhen klmwben himwhen
when at the university the champion championship clampion clampionI championship ¬
I ship of several different branches bnin lHJs of ofssoor oCs ofsor
ssoor ssoorIt s orC orCt sor sorlt
It t Is necessary neees at7to to mention this as it itia Itis
ia difficult In in n looking at Lord Ahrer Ahrerstones Aiwerstones U r rtoues
toues stones massive m in figure with its sixteen sixteenstone sixteenatoae sixteenStone
i stone of flesh Ie Rand and muscle to realize be beWM heIn bewas
WM in tie early sixties tie champion championrunner championT1 championrulluer
runner T1 luerlUld and the u maker niaJrer of all sorts ertz rts of ofathletic o oathletIcrecorda ofathletic
athletic athletIcrecorda records at Cambridge H He Ht Htwonderfully 1 1wOBdernUy Iswonderfully
wonderfully musical and a most accom accomplished accompushed opt optpUab4td ¬
pushed organist frg nlst and is never so happy happyas happyas happyas
as when seated at the splendid organ organto or811nIn organin
In the large lULU at Winterfeld Wlnt rfold his iisbeautiful hisbeautiful hIsbeautiful
beautiful place in Sussex He Is pas passionately passiODate1y pusSionatehy ¬
sionately fond of r shooting shootin rents a forest foresteach foreateaeh foresteach
each year for deer stalking In Scotland Scotlandwiere SeotJandwhere Scotlandwhere
where he is known to ti the neighboring neighboringlAtrds neighboringhUrds neighboringlOirds
lAtrds all of whom have nave territorial ti titles titles titIes ¬
tles as Pump Courts a spot ipotln pot fa the thaLondon theLondon theLondon
London Inns Tnfl Court familiar to t tOOevery tOOeverymember every everymember everymflmber
member o of the bar barLord barLord barLord
Lord Jerseys Good Fortune FortuneLord Fortune FortaneLord FortuneLord
Lord Jersey another of the royal royalcommissioners royal royalcommiuiO royalcommIsMonem
commissioners commiuiO rs to tie SL St Lotris L tris c1s Exhibi Exhibition EzliIbItion lbl lblt1on ¬
tion is the principal owner of the fa famoaa 10moaa Inmona
moaa Childs Bank in London Ho owes oweshis owesbt1I oweshis
his connection with this ancient a nt institu institution Institution institutioti ¬
tion to the fact aet that one of his hi an ancestors ancelltora anCestors ¬
cestors Lord Westmoreland made a arunaway arunaway arunaway
runaway match and a Gretna Gretnar GretnaGreen r Green Greenmarriage GreenmalrlagA Greenmarrfgs
marriage with Sarah arah the only daughter daughterof
of Robert Child the banker The latter latternever latternever latternever
never forgave hcr and at his death left lefther lefther lefther
her without vtilh uta a cent cent bequeathing the thewhole thewh thewhole
whole wh le of his colossal eoi058I property to her eld eldest elddaughter dCeat ¬
est daughter Sarah who married the tbpfth thpfifth thefth
fifth fth Earl Earlot of Jersey renowned for his hisgood hIsgood hishood
good looks while she Lady Jersey was wasone wasone wasone
one one of the themost most courted beauties of the thecourt t thecourt e ecourt
court of King George IV and high in inthe Inthe Inthe
the good graces of that sovereign sovereignTbe 10vereIgIThe soverelgpThe
The present pre ent Lord Jersey spent some someyears someyears someyears
years in Australia A1ItJtraUa as governor govern r has trav travelcd trave traYeid
elcd e extensively both in this country and andin andin andin
in in Canada and when at t Cambridge withthe with withthe
the tb present pre e t King achieved celebrity as asan asan asan
an athlete He has a magnificent magnIficentat place placeat placeat
at Osterley Park which formerly be belonged belonged belonged ¬
longed to the banker Child the older olderpart olderpart
part of the house dStlng back to the thereign thereign thereign
reign of f Queen Elizabeth who spent spentsome spentthere spentsome
some time there as a the guest of o Sir SirThomas SirThomas
Thomas Gresham Gr am then Its owner ownerBut ownerBut
But Bu Osterley Park and the chief own ownersilp ownerahlp ownership
ersilp of Childs Chlld Bank would never hav havbelonged b bbelon bdve bdvebelonged
belonged belon tojbe present Lord Jersey had hadnot hadnot hadnot
not Lord Westmoreland when eloping elopingwith olopingwith elopingwith
with Sarah Child stopped tie old bank bankers henkers bankers ¬
ers hot pursuit by bybendl bending g out of his hischaise hischaise binchaise
chaise and shooting the leading horse horseof hosesof e eof
of old Childs carriage This enabled enabledtie enabledtJle enabledthe
tie couple to reach Gretna Green before beforetie beforethe beforethe
the irate father could arrive arrive to stop stopthe stopbe stopthe
the be marriage
PUBlishing House to Be Moved in Def Deference Deference Deference ¬
erence to Prophecy ProphecyBATTLE Prophe ProphecyBATTLE y yBATTLE
BATTLE BATTLE CREEK Mich Uch April 29 29After tAtter L LAfter
After a fight lasting mere re than a weekthe weekthe week weektie
the stockholders of the Seventh Day DayAdvcntiBts DayAdvcntlats DayAdventiits
AdvcntiBts publishing pubJlsblnghouse house here have havedecided havedecided havedecided
decided to move their plant East Ea the thenew thenew thenew
new location l not yet having been de decided decided CeclUed ¬
cided 03 03Tais 01T OnThis
This T ti action shows that the majority majorityof majoritythe
of o the stockholders believed in Mrs MrsEl MrsEllen 1rs 1rsElkn
El Ellen ten White a leading prophet of the thesociety thesociety thesociety
society Whp r p predicted disaster if the theplant theplant theplant
plant were not Dot moved and the Adven Adventfsts Adventists Adventists
tists colonized colonl ed here io not scatter S to tovarious toariou6 tovarious
various parts of the country It is be believed be1ieved beIjeved ¬
lieved the action will split the denomi denomination denomination denomination
nation into two factions factionsBUILDINGS tactIonsBUILDINGS factionsBUILDINGS
When the United States came into intopossession intoJKI58eMIoD intopossession
possession of Porto Rico there was wasuch wasmuch wasmuch
much uch dispute as to whether the title to topublic topublic topublic
public property was vested in the theUnited theUnited theUnited
United States or in the local govern government govern governIDent goverumeet ¬
meet To 0 settle tais question Congress Congresspassed Congreat6putted Congresspassed
passed an act providing that officials officialsin oMelalsin
in Porto Rico under the jurisdiction of
the Department of Justice should select selectpublic selectpnbllc selectpublic
public buildings they desire for the use useof useof useof
of the courts and for office purposes and andthese andthese
these should become Government prop property property propoily
erty as as soon so n as Ute President Pre ident approved approvedtbe approvedtbe approvedthe
tbe selection selectionThe selectionThe selectionThe
The Department of Justice has re reeelved received
ceived a report from the Porto Rican Ricano1ftcials Rleanofficials Ricanofficials
officials In which the buildings they de desire deire desire ¬
sire ire are indicated This is now in the theJands
hands of oCharles Charles W Russell special specialassistant specialasaistant specialassistant
assistant attorney general It will be besubmitted besubmittgd i
submitted submiUfd to the President Pr S dent upon his re return return ¬ i iturn
turn The act provided that the choice choicemust choicemust
must be made before July 1 of thisl thislyear this thisyear thinyear I
year yearWESTERN yearWESTERN
V i
nE I Ipany
The T Western v Union nl Telegraph Com Company Cornpuny ¬
pany has filed a petition in the United UnitedStates UnitedStates I
States circuit court in Baltimore asking askingthat askingthat askingthat
that a right of way ar be condemned along alongthe alongthe lOng lOngthe
the tracks of the Philadelphia and andWashington andTashlngton andWashington
Washington Railroad Company for the theuse theuse theuse
use of the petitioner This action is istakan istaken istaken
taken by tae Western Union Company on onthe onthe onthe
the ground that the lines of all railroads railroadsare railroadsare railroadsare
are post roads It Is also stated that thatthe thatthe thatth
the th Philadelphia and Washington Rail Railroad Railroacl Railroad ¬
road Company is a branch of the Penn Pennsylvania PennaylV4nhtBallro Pennsylvania ¬
sylvania aylV4nhtBallro Railroad d The proceeding of oftie ottbe ofthe
tie Western uteln Union Telegraph Company CompanyIs
Is 1 a part parrot of the litigation between It Itand Itand Itand
and the Pennsylvania Railroad Com Compaay Company Cornpeny
paay subsequent to the latter companys companysrecent companysrecent companysrecent
recent contracc contrae with the Postal Tele Telegraph Tel Telxraph Telegraph ¬
graph Company CompanyThe CompanyThe CompanyThe
The railroad company has notified the theWestern theV theVestern
Western V st rn Union Company to remove its itspouts it itpolitS Itsposts
pouts and wires by May 15 next If this thisis tbIst
is t done the telegraph company asserts assertsthe u assertsthe ert ertthe
the public business of the country as aswell asweB aswell
well a as tie business of the principal PrIbcIpalcities principalcities principalcities
cities af America and Europe wIll be beendangered beftndangered beendsngered
endangered The Western Va tern Union Tele Telegraph Telepaph Telegraph ¬
graph Company is represented by Isidor IsidorRyner Isidoryaer IsidorRayner
Ryner yaer attorney general for the State Stateof SUiteor Stateof
of Maryland
Union UpK1n Republican Leader l Has Out Outlawed Outla Outlawed ¬
lawed la Organization OrganizationWrLMIJWFQK OrgniD OrganizationWILMIl4roi ion ionWILdI
WrLMIJWFQK WILdI Del April 2 fflOwing fflOwingto OWing OWingi OWingto Owing Owingto i
to the refusal ttUte of < tk the Tfnkm Republican RepublicanVrst Republicanrat RepublicanScat
Scat rat district committee ee t t accept the theproposition tbepropositlen theproUon
proposition of the regular Republican Republicancommittee RepublicanCOJBmttt Republicancomrnttte
COJBmttt committee it is I almost a certainty that thattwo thatho thattwo
two tickets will be te the field at the theconiBg tbeloIBIB thecoming
coming loIBIB city ejection eIectIo1 and the mb mbnowliave Democrats DemocratsNormally DemoerataDOW
DOW nowliave bave hopes b pes of wisatag hie out outNormally outNormally
Normally the efcy is Republican but butwith butwith butwith
with warring warrin < factions fac faet ima na to t tke geld it is isthooght isthougbt Isthought
thought that t4tat t the Democrats Dewoi ta Will WI have a awiflfeover awdWover
wiflfeover Iver In declining te proposition propositionof
of the Regulars the listen 11 Republicans RepakHcansinvite RepabHcansbrvlte Republicansinvite
invite them to come into the fold foldJ feIdJ foldJ
J Edward Addfck who had charge of ofthe otthe ofthe
the eommtttee meeting meed and ran things thingsto thingsto thingsto
to suit himself himself has the ffell following wing to tosay tosay tosay
say in his organ o aD the s ISmn IIn concerning concerningthe eoaeeraingth eoucernlngthe
the matter matterThe maUerThe mustierThe
The action of the Union Republican Republicanelty Republicantty Republicanefty
elty tty committee last evening to declining decliningto deeUnin deeUninto
to recognize the bolting organization organizationmarks CgaBisatlonmarJlts organizationmarks
marks the tit parting of the wmy wa ways Ha who whoruns whoruBs whoruns
runs may read ree The treachery o or the thebolters thebolters theboltere
bolters In bolting boltlD common primaries primariesla primarieslut primarieslast
la last t fan and nominating Sparks S and andRudolph andRudolph andRudolph
Rudolph when they had been beaten as ascandidates 83cundl ascandidates
cundl candidates ates at Ute common primaries primariesthe prImariestbe primariesthe
the treachery trea hery of Dr Ball and Marshal MarshalFlinn MarshalFlbn MarshalPica
Pica In violating their pledges to ap appoint ap appoint nppoint ¬
point David S Clark deputy marshal marshalthe marshaltbe marshalthe
the treachery of Dr Ball in breaking breakinghis breakingIils breakinghis
his word word to the President by opposing opposingthe opposingthe pposlngthe
the confirmation of William Michael MichaelByrne MichaelByrae MichaelByrne
Byrne these e three things have con convinced convInced convineed ¬
vinced the Union Republicans that tha thapledgee thapledges thepledges
pledges of the bolters do not Wad them themTherefore themTherel themTherefore
Therefore Therel re the Union Republicans the therecognized therecognI24Id therecognised
recognized Republican party ef the State Stateof Stateo Stateof
of o Delaware have determined det rnriDed not to torecognize torecosnlze torecognize
recognize bolters 1 ltera as an organization orgu izatioa any anylonger anylonger anylonger
longer as individual they are welcome welcometo
to our ranks This aetien is Seal and andwill andwfll andwill
will not be departed from in the smallest smallestparticular emal1estpartlculu smallestparUeular
particular particularSENATOR partlculuSENATOR parUeularSENATOR
Union Republicans He Says Will Not NotAffiliate NotAffiliate NotAffiliate
Affiliate With Regulars RegularsThe RegularsThe RegularsThe
The Union Republicans Repu JcADS of Delawarewm Delaware Delawarewill Delawarewill
will net aaiiate with the socalled Reg Pegliters Regumrs Regulars >
liters In a primary this year said Unit United Uniteel United ¬
ed States Senator J 1 Frank Allee of ofthat ofthat ofthat
that State StaLey last night rt t the New Wit WI1lard Wlllard Witlard
lard lardInstead
Instead the Union Republicans will willchoose wiUchoose willchoose
choose their own men for place on their theirticket theirtit theirticket
ticket tit > ket and pat It before the people of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the State Sta at taeMeleetton Ute eleetion this thIas1J fall So Somany Sonnyaddttioo Somany
many nnyaddttioo additions have been made iaad to the theranks theranks theranho
ranks of the Unionists ta they feel conS confident n1lGent conSdent ¬
dent they can ca go into i to the field alone and andelect andelect andelect
elect their candidates candidatesA
UA A conference was held lust night by byrepresentative byrepreae byrepresentative
representative tadve men in tile Unionists Unionistsrank Unionists UnionistsrankaDd Unionistsranks
rank rankaDd and this decision was readily readilymade readHymadd readilymad
made madeing madd mad I was not present and am tak taki taklag
i ing no hand in the matter but cannot cannothelpbet cannotIhelpoot cannotbeipbut
Ihelpoot helpbet notice the increased confidence confidencethe CODftdencthe confidencethu
the Unlenfste enjoy The Regulars held helda heldS
la S a meeting one week Week ago and submitted a aproposition aprOftOSition aproposition
proposition to the Unionists UJ liBts to have havejoint a ajoint ajoint
joint primary for the nomination of of officers alI officers ¬
I ficers fieersI
I Heretofore this has been done but batthe buti butthe
i the theUme time has come to put a ete atop to this thisscheme thisscheme thisscheme
scheme Every day finds new recruits in inthe inthe inthe
the ranks of the Unionists and brings bringsas
as many desertions d from the Regulars RegularsI
J I am confident Ute Unionists Unieni ts will elect electat electat electat
at least thirty members of Ute next State StateLegislature StateLeg1slature StateLegislature
Legislature rids will be a sufficient sufficientnumber JIIIrlficientnumber secientnumber
number to l lId > ld the balance of power powerThat powerThat powerThat
That Mr tr AdiUeks will be elected to suc succeed succeed sueceed ¬
ceed Senator Ball there is no doubt doubtSenator dOtlbrSenator doubtSenator
Senator Alias arrived IB Washington Washingtonyesterday Wti Washingtonyesterday lngtoI1 lngtoI1esterday
yesterday with his secretary D J Lay Layton Layton Layton
ton to attend to business busIl matters in inthe Inthe inthe
the departments of the Government He Hereturned Herelumed Hareturned
returned to Delaware this morning Af After Af4 Af4ter Atter
ter the departments closed yesterday af afternoon afternoon afternoon ¬
ternoon the Delaware Senator spent spentseveral spentseveral spentseveral
several hours in looking after a house housefor housefOr houSOfor
for next fall fallIt fallIt fallIt
It is not the intention of the Senator Senatorto Senator
to 0 establish e tnbU h a permanent residence in inWashington 41Washington iiiWashington
Washington but to lease an apartment apartmentdesirable ApArtmentIn
In a desirable location loeatf n and have his hiSfamily hISfamily
family spend a part of the neat winter
here Because of the nervous Del tMi condition ¬
tion of o Mrs Alice neither tie Senator Senatornor Senatornor Senatornor
nor his wits w f a will participate in many manysocial manysocial manysocial
social affairs Both are home folks folksand folksI folksand
and remain indoors much of the time timeReferring timeI timeReferring
Referring to his visit to the depart departments departments departments ¬
ments Senator Allee said uTIle The State Statehas Statehas Statehas
j I has been without wltb ut Senatorial represen representation reprasentUon representation ¬
tation for so long many matterl inatter matt erg of Im Importance importance importance ¬
portance to wtlle the people of otDelaware Delaware have havebeen havebeen havebeen
been greatly neglected Both Senator SenatorBall SentorBall SenatorBall
Ball and an myself have been kept busy busyendeavoring busy65deavorlng busyendeavoring
endeavoring to catch up with the little littledetails littledetails littledetails
details and many visits to Washington Washingtonwill Washingtonwlll Washingtonwill
will be required of both of us this sum summer summer sumnier ¬
mer meruMr
merMr uMr Mr Addieks Addlcksis is busy looking after afterbusiness afterI afterbusiness
I business matters and is permitting Ins Insloyal hi hiloyal
loyal friends to look after fter his political politicalI politicalinterests 1 1interests
I interests The action of Governor Huua HuuaLin HUwaiu HuaIn
Lin iu allowing th the Mil to repeal the voters votersassistance votersassistance
assistance law to go unsigned u iiesffl s ° is s strongly stronglyindorsed stronglyindorsed
indorsed by the thinking people or oi the theState th6State theStats
State He has made a good governor governorand IOvernorand governorand
and will no doubt be renominated renomiaatedPAPER renominatedPAPER renominatedPAPER
h Ainsworta Ainsworth R pofford Assistant Li Lii Librarian Librarian
i brarian of Congress read an interesting interestingpaper iaterestingpaper interestingpaper
paper last l uit night before the Anthropo Anthropological Anthropologieal Anthropological ¬
logical Society at the Cosmos Club on onThe enThe onThe
The Folk Lore of Popular Sayings SayingsHe SayingsHit SayingsHe
He gave numerous illustrations of popu popui popular popular
i lar saying some wise some witty some someIn someIn somein
In prose some s me in v verse r e but all brlf brlfand brk brkand brifand
and pithy lt1ly He H caused laughter lau by his bisrecital hisrecital hisrecital
recital of the remarks of undent mi miogamlsts m nile nileogamists i iogamlsts
ogamlsts upon the subject of wives wi and andthe anJthe anlthe
the replies of fond husbands who tooK IOOKa tODKa
a more cheerful view of the silent silentA Loa LoaA iolA
A p pepsi p r by y W Frauds Pr zade Own on Soiu SoiuExploded SomExploded SornExploded
Exploded Theories Concerning CO cerDbl South Soathv Sou th thwestern
w western v Stern tern Archaeology WM read by byproxy byproxy byproxy
proxy proxyFOWLER
CHICAGO April 2S 21BepreeeataUv6 21BepreeeataUv6Fowle sepraeeatativeFowlers R pr entativa entativaPowler
Fowlers s bill In the Lettrtt Lecb Legislature latu1 re tt r rhlbit pro prohibit o ohIbtt ¬
hibit speculation in grata w WIt was decisively decisivelydefeated d4ieisivetydel decisivelydefeated
defeated del ted yesterday Board of trade men menIn mtuin menIn
In Chicago are gratified at the defeat

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