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6 THE WASHINGTON V ASHINGTO TIMES TUESDAY TrESDA Y TUNE 23 23t 1903 19O
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A vllere here Washington Wa llngton papers usually are sold in intending Inendlng 1ntending ¬
tending purchasers purch ra will confer a favor by in informing Informing InConning ¬
forming this office of the fact factHeaders fnctnooders factReaders
Headers of The Times leaving the city should shouldhave shouldhue ehouldbve
have the paper p2r rr follow them Addresses will willbe willbe wiltbe
be ciMngmlas ehllngld ns often as desired desiredTUESDAY desired1UESDA doalredTOESDAY
TUESDAY Y JUNE 23 1903 1903Let 1903Let 1903Let
Let in the Light LightA
A Case Cas Which Requires the Commis Commissioners Commissioners Commissioners ¬
sioners to Act Promptly PromptlyWe PromptlyWe
1
We e have no desire at this stage to toplace toplnce toplace
place the responsibility for the irreg irregular irregular ¬
ular methods resorted to to pay P3 Miss MissJohnstons MissJohnstons MissJohnstons
Johnstons claim against the District Districtupon District1JpOn DistrictI
I upon the shoulders of anyone in par particular pnrticulnr particular ¬
ticular For the present we rest con content content content ¬
tent in establishing what we think to tobe tobe tobe
be the facts in the case and in draw drawing drawing drawing ¬
ing attention to the loose manner of ofconducting ofeondl1ctii1g ofcondiictiig
conducting certain branches of the theDistrict theDistrict theDistrict
District government We Ye say this thisbecause thisbecause thisbecause
because some people have been f > ecn good goodenough goodenough goodenough
enough to suggest that our disclosure disclosureof disclosureof < liscIosl1rcof
of this irregularitj irregularityconsisting consisting in insome insome insome
some one signing a requisition for forthings fortbings forthings
things not wanted and never intended intendedto
to be delivered and in the certifica certification certificntion certificafinn ¬
tion of a voucher by some one else elseafterward elseafterward elseafterward
afterward to the effect that goods goodswere goodsWere goodswere
were received which were never fur fnrrjshed fl1rri8hcdconstitutcs furr
rjshed ri8hcdconstitutcs r constitutes an attack att3 k upon uponthis uponthis uponthis
this that or the other individual We Wesay Wesay 1 e eS3
say S3 we arc nre concerned for the present presentin
in developing the fact and nothing nothingmore nothingmore nothingmore
more And in this task we may add addwe addwe addwe
we hope we shall have the enthusias enthusiastic enthusinstic enthusiastic ¬
tic support of the Commissioners
Meanwhile however we have read readwith readwith readwith
with a good deal of astonishment in inthe inthe inthe
the Star that the Commissioners Commissionershave CommiEsionershae Commissionershave
have taken no action regarding the thealleged thenl1eged thealleged
alleged irregularity and will villnot not do so sountil 50until sountil
until they the receive a report of the theboard thebonrd theboard
board the Board of Education Educationi on onthe onthe onthe
the subject As the Commissioners Commissionershave Commis Commissionershare ioners ionersl1ae
have all the papers in this case in intheir intheir intheir
their possession possession and Commissioner CommissionerWest CommissionerVest CommissionerWest
West has examined them as appears appearsfrom appeanfrom appearsfrom
from the Stars reportand as the thestatute thestatute thestatute
statute of limitations as shown by byThe b bThe byTile
The Times runs in this case cn e within a avery aery avery
very ery few days it is a matter of per personal personnl personal ¬
sonal consequence we think to the theCommissioners theCommissioners tileCommissiOners
Commissioners that they should act actquickly actquickI actquickly
quickly quicklyLet quickILet quicklyLet
Let in the light upon this transac transaction transnction transaction ¬
tion And nd do it promptly promptlyThe promptlThe promptlyThe
The GreenWoods Cure CureA
A Month in Gods Forests Worth WorthDozen a aDozen aDozen
Dozen Doctors for Most Human Ills IllsThe IllsThe IllsThe
The present tendency tendenc of those able ablei
II i te tO > spend their time as they wish is iscertainly islrtninl iscertainly
certainly lrtninl to be praised The wealthy wealthyof wealthJof
of America are taking to the woods woodsrnd woodsud woodsmd
rnd ud fields Not that they fear their theirfellows theirfellow theirfellows
fellows but themselves They TIle realize realizebecause realizebcause realizebecause
because of better education that to togot togpt togt
got back to Mother Earth is well wellThis wellThis wellThis
This dear mother is able to effect effectcures effectcures effectcures
cures of diseased minds and bodies bodieswhere bodieswhre bodieswhere
where others fail because she is so old oldand oldnnd oldand
and good and pure and wise wiseEverywhere wiseElIwbere wiseEverywhere
Everywhere ElIwbere through the Maine and andVermont andVr andVermont
Vermont Vr > nnont forests in the heart of the theAdirondack theAdirondueks tileAdirondacks
Adirondack and the Catskills in the thewild thewild thewild
wild wildernesses wild n1 cs of Canada camps cnmpeore cnmplDre campsare
ore found every summer filled with withmen withmen withreen
men and women and nd children who whowish whowj whovis1i
wish wj h to become better in mind t ind and andmore slidmore ud udmore
more sound in body This is infinite infinitely infinitely infiniteJy ¬
ly superior to the enervating soaphorc soaphorchotel SOft soishorcote1 fib ore orellOtel
hotel ote1 where wtere hops and flirtation flirtationnre ftirtntioor
nre or re the main maul diversion The benefit benefitdorivod benefit11r1ypd benefitleflved
dorivod < from the infrequent dips in inthe inthe
the water nter are not commensurate with withthose viththose withtlose
those so freely frool bctowed bc towod by b the pine pinegiants pinegiants pinegiants
giants of our primeval forests forestsSuch forestsSuch forestsSuch
Such a life takes the conceit out of ofCUP ofonf ofcap
CUP > No loan living thus for any anylength ftn ftnkngth anylength
length of time can remain remain conceited conceitedMan conceitedfnn conceitedMan
Man fnn is conceited only on I when he com compares comprrcs cornpares ¬
pares himself with his follows In the thedeep thedeep thedeep
deep silent forest his comparisons arc arcwith nrewith arewith
with God and Nature and he sees se 6 how howtiny howtin howtiny
tiny tin an insect he really reall is He sees seesthe seesthe seesthe
the birds and boasts evidence more morereal morenal morereal
real intelligence than he He listens listenst
tc t the songs of praise which the pine pineloaves pineItavcs pineleaves
loaves sing to the Creator and his own ownsoul ownS owitsoul
soul S < Jul is hushed and abashed It does doeshim doeshim doe doehim
him a a world of good goodHe goodHe
He may not realize ro izc this or be able abloto nblato ableto
to to explain why but ho will if ho be bonot benot benot
not a pervert long each spring to toturn toturn toturn
turn to Mother Earth for rest and andcomfort andcomfort andcomfort
comfort The lullaby of the forest is isa isn isa
a more entrancing sound than that of ofany ofanJ ofany
any human Not even that th burst of ofmejody ofmeJody ofmeody
mejody which Paulino Hall gao us usnearly usD usnearly
nearly D nrly twenty years ago a ao o in inIfE11Qiilio Empiric
whell she sang her goodnight lulla lullnb lullaby 1 1by
by b could equal this thisThose thisThose thisThose
Those who can possibly spare the thetimo Uletimo thetime
timo and money monc to do tb so should cul cultivate culI ciiitivate ¬
I tivate this habit of sojourning for a alittle ni alittle
i little with the sweetest motherlove of ofthis ofthis ofthis
this earth Sleep in the open lie lieawake lieawake lieawake
awake a l bit when the stars come out outlisten outlisten outlisten
listen to the soft voices of the night nightcommune nightcommune nightCOIIIIII1IIIC
commune with her absorb nb orb her love loveher loeher loveher
her She will do 10 you OU an infinity illfini of ofgood ofgood ofgood
good The miasma of self will float floataway floatawa floataway
away awa for at least a little and the thegrandeur thegrandeur thegrandeur
grandeur of high purpose of noble nobleresolve nobleresolve nobleresolve
resolve will enter The great things thingsof thingsor thingsof
of this world have been done by b those thosewho thoseho thosewho
who ho thus stole away awa to be with God GodCall GodCnll GodCall
Call Him Him by b what name you will His Hisinfluence Hisinfluence hisinfluence
influence is the same mllC and the place placeto plac placto
to find Him is in His glorious green greenwoods greenwoods greenwoods
woods Thought executed execute performs performsour
our seeming miracles The journey to totho totho totito
tho forest is worth the taking aside asidefrom asidefrom asidefrom
from its curative effect on the body bodybecause bodybecause bodybecause
because it makes us think All honor honorto honort honorto
to t the men and women of wealth who whohave whohre vitohave
have made it a fad to have a camp campin campin campin
in the woods in the good old sum summer SU111mor summar ¬
mar time Imitate them them in this in inso inso ins
so s far as you OU may ma be able If you youImvo youtmve youhave
have never tried it you ou have no appre appreciation npprecintion appreciation ¬
ciation of how it will change for the thebetter thebetter thebetter
better your whole nature natureGo natureGo
Go to the woods this summer summerOur summerOur
Our Servian Policy PolicyWe PoIic PoIicWe
We Have No Cause for Severing Diplo Diplomatic Diplomatic Diplosnatic ¬
matic Relations RelationsThe RelationsThe RelationsThe
The news that Great Britain has haswithdrawn haswithdrawn ilaswithdrawn
withdrawn her minister plenipoten plenipotentiary plenipotentinry plonipotentiary ¬
tiary from Belgrade will probably probablystimulate probablstimulate probablystimulate
stimulate afresh the hystoria of cer certain certnin certam ¬
tain tam busybodies here who have been beencalling beencaIling beencalling
calling on the United States to ostra ostracize ostracize ostracize ¬
cize the new King Peter and to refuse refuserecognition refuserecognition refuserecognition
recognition of any an sort to the gov government go gocmment government ¬
ernment just set up by the Servian Servianpeople Senianpeople Servianpeople
and the Servian I IYe
people parliament parliamentWe parliamentWe
We Ye quoted the Philadelphia Led Ledger lPdger Ledgcr ¬
ger the other day as summoning the theAdministration theAdministrntioll theAdministration
Administration to take the lead lea < 1 in indisclaiming inlisc1aiming inlisciaiming
disclaiming acquiescence in the Bel Belgrade Belgrndo Belgrade ¬
grade enormity enonnit Time seems to have haveadded hnyead haveadded
added ad ed edge e ge to the Ledgers sense of ofoutrage ofoutrage ofoutrage
outrage For it now assorts its con conviction coniction conviction ¬
viction that a mere stoppage of dip diplomatic diplomntic diplomatic ¬
lomatic intercourse with Servia will willnot willnot willnot
not sufiice to clear us from the sin
of connivance at murder No the theState theStato theState
State Department must must at once issue issuen j ja
a proclamation expressing its horror horrorand horrornnd horrorand
and detestation of all that has hap happoned happoned happoned
poned at Belgrade and declaring its itsfirm itsfino itsfirm
firm refusal to acknowledge the au authority authority anthority ¬
thority of the newly created govern government govemmente government ¬
ment mentWe
We Ye trust that the United States Stateswill StateswiII Stateswill
will not be weak enough to follow followGreat followGreat followGroat
Great Britains questionable example examplein
in severing diplomatic relations with withScrvia withSonia withSorvia
Sonia as a protest against atrocities atrocitiesin
in Belgrade Bclgrn e with which we as a na nation nntion nation ¬
tion have no legitimate political con concern concem eoncern ¬
cern The United States cannot ven venture 1entureand vezitureand ¬
ture tureand and has never ventured ycnturcdto to in inquire inquire inpure ¬
quire pure into the processes by which whichpower whichpower whichpower
power has shiftcfl in European coun countries COU11tries countries ¬
tries from one dynasty to another It Itj Itmust Itmust
j must maintain the right from which whichour whichour whiebour
our own existence as an independent independentnation independentnation independentnation
nation is derived deriycdthat that of a people peopleto
to choose its rulers and its forms of ofgovernment ofgovernment ofgovernment
government We Y c must recognize and andtreat andtreat andtreat
treat with the do facto government in inSorvia inSonin inSorvia
Sorvia whether that government is isbased isbased isbased
based on revolutionary violence or ornot ornot ornot
not notIt
It is unnecessary for us to question questionGroat questionGreat questionGreat
Great Britains motives in refusing refusingrecognition rtfusingrecognition refusingrecognition
recognition to King Peter and the theServian theScnian theServian
Servian parliament Those motives motivesmay motivcsmn motivesmay
may mn or may mn not be beyond beond criticism criticismIn criticismIn criticismIn
In her day Great Britain has deposed deposedimprisoned deposedimprisoned deposedimprisoned
imprisoned exiled or executed hun hundreds hundreds hundreds ¬
dreds of rulers She has had revolu revolujtions revolutions revoltitOllS
jtions tOllS of her own ownnot not wholly blood bloodless bloodl bloodless ¬
less l > ss She has bred her own regicides regicidesIt
It is for her to take her own line of ofaction ofaction ofaction
action at Belgrade BelgradeBut BelgradeBut BelgradeBut
But it would be a piece piece of political politicali politicftlfolly politicalfolly
i folly for us meekly to follow in Great GreatBritains GreatBritains GreatBritains
Britains footsteps and to commit commitourselves commitGurschcs commitcurselves
ourselves to a policy of censorship censorshipI
I in Ill the tJc domestic affairs of European Europeani EuropennStat EuropeanStafrs
i Stains Stat clearly repugnant rcpu nnt to our own ownideas ownideati ownideas
ideas and to all the counsels of the theframers thefrnmers theframers
framers of this republic republicII
II H Rand the Postmaster Generals Generals1private GoneralBprlate Generalsprivate
private secretary s cretary must be taken care caroof earoo careof
of o in Bomo omo way wa or other Ho IB I repre represented roproBen ropresentod ¬
sented Ben led upon the authority author It of Mr Payne PayneM pnnebeing
M being engaged in conducting an in investigation InfUsatlon InoatIgatIon ¬
vestigation fUsatlon Of whom or what doo doonot doonol does doesnot < <
not appear This is decidedly doc1ded1 novel novels novelIIman novelsiran a aroan
roan himself hlm el under Investigation in investigating Inv Investigating ¬
vestigating v > some one olse Dut nothing nothingthat nothingthat notliliigthat
that Mr Payne does surprises us Any Anything Anything Anything ¬
thing to boat the Government and to totake totak totake
take tak care of friends If Mr Rand can cannot cannot cannot ¬
not be paid as assistant superintendent superintendentof
of the division of salaries and allow allowances allowallct allowslices ¬
slices allct because he doesnt perform the thowork th thwork thework
work and because b9oall of certain inhibitions inhibitionsof Inhl ltlona ltlonaoC
of the law lawwh lawwhy why we can detail hlrr hlrrupon hlrrurIan bInupon
upon the order of the Postmaster Gen Genoral Oentlral Ocnoral
oral to conduct a special investiga investigation Investigation Investlgatlon ¬
tion Truly Mr Paynes mind is iswonderfully I Iwondrrull Iswondsrtully
wonderfully fertile fertileMark forUlelMark fertileMark
Mark Twain feels hurt because all his hisneighbors hisnctghbors hisncighbors
neighbors in Rlverdalo have been visit visited vlsltN1 visItNI ¬
ed by thieves and he has boon bo n overlook overlooked ¬
ed 41 His experIence with book pirates piratesIn
In the past ought to satisfy Satls him himIt MmIt himIt
It is said that Bryan may ma bolt the thereorganized tb tborgantzod thereorganIzed
reorganized < > Democracy Just at pro prooat pr pront prooat
oat It looks as if the reorganized roorganIZltdDo roorganIZltdDomocrucy De Democracy Doniocracy ¬
mocracy has h a boltod Bryan
The Field of Politics PoliticsStill
Still in the Race RaceIn RaceIn RaceIn
In connection with the controversy be between betweon betweon ¬
tweon exPresident Cleveland and George GeorgeM
M Bailey Dllle the able Washington corre correspondent correspondent correspondont ¬
spondent of the Galvoston News Newsthere Newsthere = ew5 ew5there
there is one fact Qct which must bo appar apparent apparent appareat ¬
ent to all political observers It is that thatMr thntMr thatMr
Mr Cleveland still wishes to bo con considered consldored consldered ¬
sidered as a candidate for or the Demo Democratic Domocratlc Democratic ¬
cratic nomination for President next nextyear nextcarl nextyear
year carl No other logical conclusion can canbe cnnbe canbe
be drawn from Mr Clevelands denial of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the interview interviewThose InterviewThose IntervIewThose
Those who know the correspondent of ofthe oithe ofthe
the Galveston News and are acquaint acquainted ¬
ed with his work are Inclined to belIeve believothat bellcvthat belIevethat
that he has the better of thc argument argumentand argumcntand argumentand
and there is the mystery of the wholo wholomatter wholomatter wholomatter
matter how a man so reliable and ac accurate accurate accurate ¬
curate as he could have placed such mis misconception misconception misconceptIon ¬
conception upon statements made to him himis hhaIs himis
is something which It Is difficult to com comprehend comprehend comprebend ¬
prehend prehendMr prehendMr prebendMr
Mr Cleveland certainly made some somestatements somestatements somestatements
statements to Mr Ir Bailey and how there therecould therecould therecould
could be any misunderstanding of them themis thcmIs themis
is not easy to see SO The caso is all tho thomore thomo thomore
more mo e singular because of tho fact that thatthe thatthe thatthe
the correspondent corr sponc1ent sought to do the ex exPresident exPrcsldent cxPresident
President a service lie endeavored to toplace toplacc toplace
place hint hIx before the country in the theproper theproper theproper
proper light in the aspect of a man manretired manrcUrod manrctirod
retired rich with honors living the life lifeof lIeot lifeof
of a plain American citizen sur surrounded surrounded surrounded ¬
rounded by his happy family amll and de desirous desirous dosirous ¬
sirous of o being loft alone in his enjoy enjoyment enjo enjoment enjoyinent ¬
ment anxious only on 1 to see tho party partywhich partywhich partywhich
which has so often honored him again againunited againunited againunited
united and enthroned in power powerWellDrawn powerWellDrawn powerWellDrawn
WellDrawn Picture PictureIt
It was a beautiful picture which Mr MrBailoy MrBalloy MrBailey
Bailey drew of tho Sage of Princeton Princetonand Prln Princetonand eton etonand
and his surroundings and his descrip description doscrlptlon dosoription ¬
tion between the linos of tho exPrcst exPrcstdont exPresident oxPrcsident
dent sitting beneath his own vIne Ine and andfig anllfig andfig
fig tree smoking an old corncob pipe pipedressed pipedressed pipedressed
dressed In homespun and living on 3000 3000a
a year must have appealed oven to the thoPopulistic thePopullstlc thePopulistic
Populistic heart It was a word photo photograph photograph photograph ¬
graph of true democratic simplicity Just Justtho justthe justtho
tho ideal sort told of in political story storybooks stor1books storybooks
books booksMr booksMr
Mr Ir Bailey has beon a warm admirer admirerof
of the exPresident he has boon more morethan morethan morethan
than that thatbe he has beon a Cleveland Clevelandidolater CleelandIdolnter ClevelandIdolater
idolater humbling himself at the feet of oftho ortho ofthe
tho former President and worshiping at athis athis athis
his shrine His newspaper has beon one oneof oneat oneof
of Mr r Clevelands stanchest sup supporters supportors supporters ¬
porters And for what thanks Corre Correspondent Correspondent Corrospondent ¬
spondent Bailey hies himself to Prince Princeton Princeton Princeton ¬
ton Is ushered into the august presence presenceof
of him who Is greater than his party partyadmitted part1admitted partLadmitted
admitted to the Innermost circle of the theWcstlarid theWestland theWestland
Westland home and listens with withrapt withrapt withrapt
rapt attention to the words of orwls orwlsdom wis wisdom wlsdom ¬
dom as they fall nll from the lips of the theSage thcSage theSage
Sage of Princeton He prints a story storyIn stor storIn storyIn
In which ho seeks to sot Mr Ir Cleveland
aright and tho type Is not cold before beforehis beforehis beforehis
his host repudiates the interview interviewRemember lntorlewRe interviewRemember
Remember Re mber Cleveland ClevelandThose ClevelandThose ClevelandThose
Those who heard or road Mr Ir Cleve Clevelands Clevelandu Clovelands ¬
lands somewhat remarkable speech at atthe atthe atthe
the press banquet in St Louis at the thetime thetime thetime
time of the dedication of the Louislona LouislonaPurchase LoulslonnPurchase LouisionaPurchase
Purchase Exposition will recall that at atthat atthat atthat
that time Mr lr Cleveland told of numer numerous numerous numerous ¬
ous Incidents wherein correspondents correspondentshad
had made mistakes by climbing fences fencesand fencesand enceR enceRand
and peering Into windows for nows when whenthey whenthey whenthey
they should have gone straight to him himHo himHe hImHe
He Invited them to come to him he hepromised hepromlsod hepromised
promised them not only cordial treat treatment treatment treatmont ¬
ment but any information which it was waswithin waswlthln waswJthln
within his power to give giveMr giveMr giveMr
Mr Bailey seems to have been be on the thofirst thefirst thefirst
first writer to accept tho invitation Ho Hodid Hodid HodId
did It in the proper and most approved approvedmanner approvedmanner pprovedmanner
manner He wrote to Mr Cleveland Clevelandstating Clevclandstating Clevelandstating
stating his purposo and making an ap appointment appointment appoiatnient ¬
pointment He went ho saw sao he had hadspeech haaspeech badspeech
speech with and he wrote Thon Thonhe Thonhe Thonhe
he got what is vulgarly ulgarlybut but never nevertheless nevertholo85 nevertheless ¬
theless forcibly forciblydescribed described as a nasty nastythrow nllStythrow nastythrow
throw down That Is all that can be bemade bemade bemade
made out of the whole transaction and andwhat andwhat andwhat
what purpose Mr Ir Cleveland could have havehad havehad havehad
had in talking to Mr 1r Bailey as ho evl evldontly 01dontly evidently
dontly did and then repudiating the In Interview Interview interview ¬
terview it is impossible to understand understandThoro understandThoro understandThere
Thoro Is a class of socalled states statesmen stntesmen statesmen ¬
men tho personnel p rsonnol of which is well wellknown weljknown elJ elJmown
known mown to correpsondents who make a apractice apractice apractice
practice of getting themselves Inter Interviewed IntrIewed interviewed ¬
viewed and as promptly repudiating tho thostatements thostatoments thestatements
statements attributed to them no mat matter mattcr matter ¬
ter how accurately they may be set setforth setorth setforth
forth and the best b st way for the public publicto
to judge of the truth or falsity of such suchan suchan suchan
an interview with such a statesman is isto Isto isto
to wait until the next day and sec If it itis ItIs itIg
is not denied if it Is then It may be beconsidered beconalrlered beconsidered
considered as absolutely correct correctPredicted eorre correOtPredicted t tPredicted
Predicted Success of Bryan BryanIt
It will also als be
recalled that on the eve eveof cveof eveof
of the last Presidential election an in interviewer Interviewer Intervlewer ¬
terviewer reported Mr Ir Cleveland as pro predicting prodlcting prodieting ¬
dieting the success lCCCH of Mr Bryan The TheInterview TheInterview Theinterview
Interview was published in the Phila Philadelphia Philadelphia Ihiladolphin ¬
delphia Times which hnd turned Demo Democratic Democratic DemocratIc ¬
cratic in the midst of tho campaign and andwas nndwas andwas
was promptly denied by b Mr Ir Cleveland ClevelandThe ClevelandThf ClevelandThE
The story really did appear to bo ab absurd altBurd ohsurd ¬
surd and was generally discredited but butIn butIn butin
In the light of the repudiation of o the theBailey theDalley theBailey
Bailey Interview there aro doubtless doubtlessthose doubtlesslhose doubtlesithose
those who will believe that perhaps perhapsthere perhapsthere perhapsthere
there was some fact as well as much muchfake muchtake muchfake
fake In the Bryan interview interviewThe IntervlowThe intervIewThe
The substance of tho wholo matter Is Isthis Isthis isthis
this Mr Bailey wrote a story stor saying sayingthnt sayingthnt sayIngthat
thnt Mr Cleveland was not a candidate candidatefor candldntefor candidatefor
for the Presidency Prehlenc Mr Ir Cleveland makes makesdenial makesdcnlal makesdenialS
denial denialS and declares d clares the statements at attributed attrlbutcl attributod ¬
tributed to him and upon which the story
is based aro grossly grossl Inaccurate There Therefore Therefor Therefore ¬
fore for it must bo inferred that Mr Clove Cleveland Cloveland Cloveland ¬
land wishes Ishe to be considered as a can candidate landMato candidato ¬
didate for tho Presidency There la I no noother noothor noother
other way of o looking at it unless it bo bothat bothat hothat
that tho oxPresident is playing a proc practical prnclIcnl proctical ¬
tical Joke joJl upon the correspondent correspondentNEW correspontntNEW correspondentNEW
NEW YORK ARCHITECT ARCHITECTMADE ARCHITECTMADE ARCHITECTMADEGOLD
MADE MADEGOLD GOLD MEDALIST MEDALlSiLONDON MEDALISTLOXDOX MEDALISTLONDON
LONDON Juno 23 23CharlI8 Charlog F Mc McKlm McKim McKim
Kim the New Nc York architect was as last lastnight lastnight lastnight
night given the Kings gold gal medal by bythe II IIthe bythe
the Royal Society of Architects The Thamedal Thomednl Themedal
medal was W bestowed bc toed upon Mr McKlm McKlmon
on account of tho excellence of o his do doslgns dosigns dosigns
signs of many many Unlto1 Un1t States public publicbuildings publicbulldlngll publicbuildings
buildings ns the president of the Amen American Amorlcan Amencan ¬
can Institute cf Architects and to co cohonor tohonor io iohonor
honor to the greet progress llrosre of archi architecture nrcbltecturo areliltecturo ¬
tecturo in America Mr Ir McKlm In ac acknowledging ncknoledKlng noknowleding ¬
knowledging th thl j medal Ioted the fact factthat factthat nct nctthat
that the medal had gone to America Americatwico Amerlentwice Americatwico
twico within a decade d decadeI cado
I
COURTS AND CAPITALS OF THE OLD WORLD WORLDPresident WORLDPresident WORLDPresident
President Loubet to Be Housed in Sr James Palace When He Visits London LondonWi11 Will Receive a Cordial rdial Wet Weicome WetcomeRoyal WelcomeRoyal
come comeRoyal Royal Personages Who Have Received English Hospitality and Who Detest Great GreatBritain GreatBritainThe GreatBritainThe
Britain BritainThe The Turbine Yacht Emerald Attracting Much Attention
Loubets London Visit VisitPresident VisitFresldent VisitPresident
President Loubet when he visits islts Lon London London Loudon ¬
don early next month will be housed housedin housedIn housedIn
in St James Palace in those apart apartments apartments apartmeats ¬
ments which were for or quite a number numberof
of years the home or the present Prince Princean Princeand
an and < Princess of Wales It was original originally ¬
ly intended that the President should shouldtake shouldtnlc shouldtake
take up his quarters at tho French em embassy embns5Y embassy ¬
bassy in tho same way that King Ed Edward Eduard Edward ¬
ward stopped at the English embassy embassyat
at Paris But King Edward was in the theFrench theFrench theFrench
French capital as a distinguished vie visitor vlsIlCJr vielior ¬
itor whereas President Loubet is com comin comIng cornIng
in Ing to England as an invited guest of oftbo ortbo oftim
tbo sovereign sovorel and of the nation and andas nndns andas
as such it was wa felt that it would be bemore bemoro bemore
more appropriate for or him to be housed housedin
in one of tho royal palaces than at the theFrench theIronch theFrench
French embassy embassyWhat embassyWhat embassyWhat
What St SL James Palace lacks in ex external exterDal cxternal ¬
ternal Imprcsslvoness Impr sslveness it makes up in inhistoric Inhistoric Inhistoric
historic interest and tho apartments apartmentsof
of the palace possess a grandeur a aloftiness alcftlness alcftiness
loftiness and a stately magnlfieanco of ofwhich orwhich ofwhich
which the dingy and squat exterior of ofthis orUllc oftitir
this ancient royal abode conveys no noidea noidea noId
idea ideaIt Id ideaIt < a aIt
It Is on historical record that when whenKing whenKing whenKing
King Christian VII of Denmark came to toLondon toLondon toLondon
London to woo Caroline Mathilda sis sistor sister alator
tor of King George III he was at first firsthcrrined firstherrlned firsthorrifIed
horrifIed at tho dingy ding appearance of the theexterior theexterior theexterior
exterior of St James Palace where he hewas hewaG hewan
was to be lodged But Walpole relates relatesthat rolatestbat relatesthat
that he was so delighted when hon he saw sawtbo snwthe sawthe
the interior of the palace that the ut utmost utmost Utmost ¬
most difficulty was experienced to In Induce induce Induce ¬
duce him to bring his visit to a close closeBuilt closeBuilt closeBuilt
Built by Henry VHI VHIThe VilIThe VIIIThe
The palace which looks very ery squat squatand squatand squatand
and low owing to the loftiness of the thebuildings thobUlldlngs thebuildings
buildings by which it is surrounded on onevery onevery onevery
every side is a hoary old structure with withcrenelated withcranclnted withcrenelated
crenelated walls built by King Henry HenryVIII I IVIlI IVU
VIII VU on the site of an old convent and andhospital andhospital andhospital
hospital where hero lepors were cared for forby forby forby
by CIsterian nuns In those days Char CharIng CharIng Charlug
Ing Cross was an isolated village near nearthe nearthe nearthe
the Abbey of Westminster and what whatis whatis hat hatIs
is now St James Street was a country countrylane countrylane countrylane
lane laneSt laneSt laneSt
St James palace has been tho resi residence residence restdeuce ¬
dence of British royalty ever since the therolgn therolgn thereIgn
rolgn of the Bluebeard monarch monarchthat monarchthatIs that thatIs
Is to say for some five hundred years yearsand yonrsnnd yearsand
and has boon tho scone of the most mo momentous momentous momentous ¬
mentous events In British history historyDuring historyDuring historyDuring
During the last hundred years onrs It was wasthe wasthe as asthe
the residence of tho late 10 to Duke and andDuchess nndDuchess andDuchess
Duchess of o Cambridge of that thatDute Duke of ofCumberland oCCumbcrland ofCumberland
Cumberland who afterward became becameKing becameKing becameKing
King of Hanover of the late Quoons Quoonsnephew Quoonsncphew Quoonsnephew
nephew Prince Victor Hohonlohe and andmore andmoro andmore
more recently of the Prince and Prin Princess Princess Princoss ¬
cess of Wales But It is the first time timethat timetbnt timethat
that It has been used to lodge lo ge the ruler rulerof rulorot rulerof
of a 1 foreign nation since King Chris Christian Chrlstlnn Christlan ¬
tian VII of Denmark camo as above abovedescribed aboedescribed abovedescribed
described to woo King George IIIs Illssister IIIssister IIIssister
sister Caroline Mathilda MathildaWelcome MathildaWelcome lnthl1daWelcome
Welcome Will Be Royal RoyalPresident RoyalPresident RoyalPresident
President Loubets visit cannot but butprove butprove butprove
prove a great success For tho wel welcome welcomo welcomae ¬
come which ho will receive In England Englandwill Englandwill Englandwill
will be a royal one in every senso of ofthe o othe ofthe
the wprd w lrd and It is i a satisfaction to toWYOMING toiYOhlNG I IWYOMING
WYOMING TO BE GIVEN GIVENTO GIVENTO 1 1TO
TO MRS ROOSEVELTi ROOSEVELTiHorse ROOSEVELT ROOSEVELTHorse
Horse Presented to President by West Western Western Westera ¬
ern Cowboys CowboysWyoming CowboysW1omlng CowboysWoming
Wyoming tho beautiful horse given to tothe totho tothe
the President by the people of Douglas DouglasWyo DouclasWyo DouglasWyo
Wyo has boon promised to Mrs MrsRoosevelt MrsRoosovelt MrsRoosevelt
Roosevelt if the animal proves to bo bosafe boflare besafo
safe nnd gentle The cowboys who ar arranged arranged arranged ¬
ranged the presentation suggested that thattho thattho thatthe
tho animal was well suited to Mrs MrsRoo MrsRooserolt Irs IrsRoolleolt
Roo Roolleolt evolt as ho was a5 strong and spirit splrited spirited spIrited
ed but unusually Intelligent and easily easilyhandled easilyhan easilyhanIled
handled han l1ed and ani the President wants to car carry carry carry ¬
ry out their implied request requestWyoming requestWyoming requestWyoming
Wyoming is at the White House stable stablebut stablebut stablobut
but Is still in the hands of his trainer trainerJohn trainerJohn trainerJohn
John G Wright who ho brought tho horse horsefrom horsetrom horsefrom
from the West ten days ago and has hassince hassince hassince
since begin b n getting him accustomed to totho totho tothe
tho sight of automobiles and other otherthings otberthings otherthings
things that he never saw out on the theplains theplains theplains
plains Mr Roosevelt will take his first firstride firstride firstride
ride on the animal this afternoon afternoonweather afternoonweather afternoonweather
weather permitting and if 1 it comes up upto upto upto
to expectations Wyoming yomlng may be sent to toOyster toOstor toOyster
Oyster Bay for Mrs Irs Roosevelts use dur during durIng durlug ¬
ing tho summer summerPRINCESSES summerPRINCESSES summerPRINESSS
PRINCESSES OBJECT OBJECTTO OBJECTTO OBJTTOCAMERA
TO TOCAMERA CAMERA FIENDS FIENDSDo
Do Not Want Snapshots Taken While WhileThey WhileThey WhileThey
They Try to Swim Straits of Dover DoverVIENNA DoyerVIE DoverVIENNA
VIENNA VIE XA Juno 23 23The The Princesses PrincessesObolonskl PrinceS888Obolonskl PrincessesObolenski
Obolonskl nnd LubomlrskI who intend intendto Intcnl1to
to swim from Calais to Dover with withBaroness withBaroness withBaroness
Baroness Isacoscu IS ccscu sent a singular peti petition potltlon petition ¬
tion to Emperor Francis Joseph JosephThoy JosephThey JosephThey
They want him to order the minister ministerof mlnl t r ro
of o the Interior to combine with the theFrench theFrench theFrench
French and British authorities against againstcamera ngalnstlamera againstcamera
camera fiends who may want to snap snapshot snapshot snapshot ¬
shot their highnesses in bathing cos costumes coslumos coBtumes ¬
tumes tumesWe
We 0 dont want our figures arms and andlimbs andlimbs andlimbs
limbs scattered all over tho Illustrated Illustratedpapers 1llustrattHlpapors illustratedpapers
papers wrote the picturesque Princess PrincessObolonskl PrlnceesObolmsk1 PrincessObol
Obolonskl ObolonsklThe Obolmsk1The Obol onaki onakiTIme
The Emperor took tho CAse under ad advisement ndyhement advlsement ¬
visement
BUOY IS FOUND FOUNDCOPENHAGEN FOUNDCOPE FOUNDCOPENHAGEN
COPENHAGEN COPE HAGEN Denmark Juno 23 23A 23Abuoy 23buoy A Abuoy
buoy thrown out by tho BaldwlnZeiglor BaldwlnZeiglorexpedition DaldwlnZelglerexpedition BaldwinZeiglerexpedition
expedition at Franz Josef Land June 11
1002 was picked up at Vopna Fiord a abay aba abay
bay ba on the northeast coast of Iceland IcelandMay IcclnndIa IcelandMay
May Ia 2 of the present year yearLOOPTHELOOP yearLOOPTIIELOOP yearLOOPTIlELOOP
LOOPTHELOOP MAN AN DEAD DEADINDIANAPOLIS DEADJ DEADINDIANAPOLIS
INDIANAPOLIS J June 23 23W111 Will Zim Zimmerman Zlmmtrman Zinimormon ¬
merman who fell while attempting to toloop toloop toloop
loop tho loop on roller skatos before beforean botorean beforean
an audience in the Cyolorama Building Buildinglast Buildinglast BuildingInst
last Thursday died yesterday
the English people to hail the execu executive executho executire ¬
tire of a foreign nation who is a man manso manso manso
so honest unaffected and genuine as astho asthe asthe
the worthy Chief Magistrate of France FranceThe FranceThe FranceThe
The city of o London has already voted voteda oted oteda
a very large sum for the purpose of o en entertaining entortalnlng entertainlag ¬
tertaining him with Its traditional hos hospitality hospitality hoepitality ¬
pitality when he visits Isits slts what hat is known knownas knownns
as tho city and the popular enthu enthusiasm enthusiasm enthusiasm ¬
siasm with which he is certain to be bohailed behailed behailed
hailed from the moment when ho sets setsfoot sctstoot setsfoot
foot In England En land will surpass that with withwhich withwhich withwhich
which he was greeted either in Russia Russiaor Russiaor Russiaor
or in Denmark DenmarkIt
It may be hoped however that the Ihohospitality thohospltallt thehospitality
hospitality accorded to him will not nothavo nothave nothave
have tho usual result that It has had hadupon hadupon hadupon
upon other French rulers King Louis LouisXVIII LouisXVIII LouIsXVIII
XVIII of France KIiuj Charles X King KingLouis KingLouis KingLouis
Louis Philippe and Emperor Emperor mpcror Napoleon Napoleonhave Napoloonhnve Napoleonhave
have all In turn found refuge and gra gracious gracious gm gmclous ¬
cious hospitality in England which hIs hpshad hIshad hshad
had no other effect than to render thorn thornmore thommore themmore
more bitter nnd hostile against Great GroatBritain GrontBritain GreatBritain
Britain than their countrymen Indeed Indeedthero Indoc1thero mdccithere
thero are no royal personages today who whoare whoarc whoare
are more Intense In their detestation of ofEngland O OEngland ofEngland
England nnd of everything English than thanthe thanthe thanthe
the present Duke of Orleans and those thoseparticular thosoparticular thoseparticular
particular members of his house who whowere wlloworo whowero
were born on British soil soilBaron BollBaron soilBaron
Baron Arnold de Forest ForestBaron ForestBaron ForestBaron
Baron Arnold de Forost who has Just Justbeen justbcen justbeen
been divorced by his wife is an au1l1CglU au1l1CglUmato illegiti illegitimate Illegitimate ¬
mate son of the lato Baron Hirsch who whoaftor whoaCtor whoafter
aCtor the death of the famous Hobrew Hobrewphilanthropist Hobrewphilanthropist Hebrewphilanthropist
philanthropist was adopted by his hiswidow illswidow hiswidow
widow who bequeathed to him and to tohis tohis tohis
his younger brother the greater part parther of ofhor ofher
her vast aat fortune Shortly before the thedemise thec1emlse thedemise
demise of Baroness Hirsch the Emperor Emperorof
of Austria in recognition of her bound boundless boundless boundless ¬
less charity conferred c > nerred the rank of ofbaron oCbaron
baron upon both Arnold dc Forest and nndhis andhis md mdhis
his younger brother Raymond and anI be being beIng being ¬
ing naturalized English citizens they theyreceived theyrecohcd theyreceived
received permission of tho late Queen QuoonVictoria QueenVlctorln QueenVictoria
Victoria to make use of this Austrian Austriantitle Austriantitle Austriantitle
title of nobility nobtllty1n In England EnglandTho EnglnndTho EnglandThe
Tho elder of the two de Forests who whohavo whohavo whohave
havo both been treated with exceptional exceptionalkindness exceptionalklndnese exceptIonalkindness
kindness by King Edward Edwnrdmarrled married the thoalmost th thnlmost thealmost
almost equally wealthy widow of o Albert AlbertMenier AlbtrtMenier AlbertMentor
Menier of chocolate fame She Is de devotod devoted dovoted
voted to racing and has one of the best bestracing btstracing bestracing
racing stables in France whereas young youngdo youngdo youngdo
do Forest now hor oxhusband is isequally Isequally isequally
equally devoted to yachting spending spendingmost spendingmost spendingmost
most of his existence on board his yacht yachtNomosis yachtNemesis Rcht RchtN
Nemesis N mosls It is probably to this di diversity diversity diversity ¬
versity of tastes and to the refusal of ofhusband othusband ofhusband
husband and wife to defer to one nn nnothor nnothor another
othor that has led to tho dissolution dissolutionof
of their matrimonial bonds bondsHeiress bondslleiress bondsHeiress
Heiress of a Millionaire MillionaireLot Mil11onnireLot MillionaireLot
Lot me add that tho baroness be besides besides besides
sides being the widow of Albert Mnnter MnnterIs 1pnl3rIs
Is the daughter and heiress of the mil millionaire millionaire ¬
lionaire owner of the Paris newspaper newspapertho neWsp1perthe newspaperthe
the Journal and owns the beautiful beautifulchateau beautiCulchntcnu beautifulchateau
chateau of Chamant formerly ormer y the coun country country ¬
try seat of the Due do Persigny who whowas whowas Whowas
was foreign minister and fidus achates achatesof
of Emperor Napoleon III IIIYoung IIIYoung IllYoung
Young Baron do Forest who Is an anEnglish nnEnglish anEnglish
English military officer and his brother brotherREFLECTIONS bro brotherREFLECTIONS her herREFLECTIONS
REFLECTIONS OF OFTIMES OFTIfV1ES OFTIMESTHOUGHT
TIMES TIMESTHOUGHT TIMESTHOUGHTThe THOUGHT THOUGHTThe
The Washington Times remarks that thatbod thatbad thatbad
bad Judgment has led Hon Marcus A AHnnna AHanna AHanna
Hanna into an unpleasant predicament predicamentin
in the matter of Roosevelts Indorse Indorsement Indorsement indorsemont ¬
ment by b the Ohio convention conventionUndoubtedly conventionUndoubtedly conventionUndoubtedly
Undoubtedly the predicament predlcam nt Is un unpleasant unploasant Unpleasant ¬
pleasant enough but was it necessarily necessarilybad necessarilYbad necessarilybad
bad Judgment that led Mr Ir Hanna into intoIt IntoIt intoit
It We Ye do not see that the conclu conclusion conclusion conclusion ¬
sion is necessarily warranted In the thepremises thepremlsos thepremisos
premises Mr Hanna is chairman of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the Republican national committee and nndthe andthe tndthe
the largest factor in Ohio politics If Ifho ItllP Ifhe
ho had remained silent while the Ohio Ohioconvention Ohioconvention Ohioconvention
convention indbrsed Roosevelt he hewould hewould hewould
would have boon regarded by his party partyand pnrtyand partyand
and the country as committed to Rooso Roosovolt Roosvolt Itoosovolt
volt personally and officially This Thiswould Thiswould Thiawould
would have been a a predicament prodl ament that thatmight thatmight thatmight
might also havo been very vo unpleasant unpleasantfor
for or Mr Hnnna HnnnaMr HannaMr HnnnaMr
Mr Hanna has Just had an unsuc unsuccessful unsuccesstul unsuccesaful ¬
cessful colloquy with the steam roller rollerto rollerto rollerto
to be sure but by b every eer rule of politi political pollUcnl political ¬
cal wisdom and every precodent of party partyusage partyusagc partyusage
usage he was right The convention conventionthis conventionthis conventionthis
this year car will m bo guilty of an act of ofgrosB oCgross ofgross
gross usurpation as Mr lr Hanna pointed pointedout pointedIn pointedout
out in declaring for or Roosevelt It will willassume willassume willassume
assume the function that rightly belongs
to the next convention It will In fact facttake tacttake ac
take snap Judgment on the rank and file fileof nIl nIlot fileof
of Ohio Republicans who have been beengiven beengiven beengiven
given no opportunity to say sa whether or ornot ornot ornot
not they the are for or Roosevelt RoosoveltNorrolk RoosoveltNorrolkPilot Norfolk NorfolkPilot
Pilot PilotTho PilotTho PilotThe
Tho Washington 1shlogton Times says the thenogro thenogro thenegro
nogro has a right to voto To bo Euro EuroBut lurcDut sureBut
But what troubles the negro are the ob obstructions obstructions ohstructions ¬
structions put in his path to the ballot ballotbox ballotboxSoatllc ballotboxSeattl0
box boxSoatllc Seattle Intelligencer IntelligencerTho IatolllgoncerTho IctolllgencerThe
Tho Washington Times is entitled to tothe tothe tothe
the privilege of felicitating Itself upon upontho uponthe uponthe
the very excellent exc llent public service it has hasrendered hasrendortd hasrendered
rendered In forcing to the front the thescandalous thescandalous thescandalous
scandalous conduct of Government of officials otOclal offlcials ¬
ficials connected with tho Postofflco De Department Department Dopnrtment ¬
partment in Washington Now let the thelaw th thelaw
law 11 w be b as vigorous and unerring in its itspursuit Itspursuit itspursuit
pursuit and punishment punlshmentRnlelgh Raleigh Post PostA PostA PostA
A fairly safe guess to make would wouldbe wouli toul toulbe
be that Vespasian spAslan Warner arner Representa Representative RepresentnUve Representatire ¬
tire In Congress from the Nineteenth NineteenthCongressional NlnetcnthCongre8lonnl NIneteenthCongressional
Congressional district will be named nnmet to tosucceed tosucceed tosucceed
succeed Governor Go nor Yates and if ho J Is Isthere tsthere Isthere
there will be llttlo doubt of his elcc elccj dcc dcctionWnshington I Ilion
j lion tionWnshington Washington Times TimesTho TimesTbo TimesThe
The tenor of that part of Tho Times Timesarticle Tlmosartlcl Timesarticle
article artlcl referring to Colonel Warner Is Isreflected Isreflccted isreflected
reflected in tho opinion of almost every everybody everyod everybody ¬
body od in Washington who knows anything anythingabout anythingabout anythingabout
about Illinois politics That gentleman gentlemanhas gentlemanhas gentlemanhas
has made himself solid In the good goodgraces goodgraoes goodgraces
graces of o people here by reason of his hisgenial his5nlnl hIsgonial
genial manners and his courtesy while whilehis whilehis whilohis
his ability as a lawyer anti mombor of ofCongress ofConroBs ofCongress
Congress encourages everybody in the thebelief theblllet thebelief
belief that ho will make a success In Intho Inthe I
tho gubernatorial chair ohalrChlcago Chicago Chron Chronicle Chro1Iclo Chronide ¬
icle Washington correspondence corroapontlencoj
j
must not be confounded with MIle > 1110 Lu Luclenne Lucienne Ludonna
clenne donna Hirsch although she is quite 38 38Illegitimate asIllogitirnato s sillegitimate
Illegitimate as thoy are Sho Is the thodaughter thedaughtor thedaughter
daughter of the Baron Hirschs only onlylegitimate onlylegitimate onlylegitimate
legitimate son Lucien who died In 1SST 1SSTat 188 188at 1557at
at the age of thirty Lucien fell ell In love lovewith lovewith lovewith
with a girl of the name of Proniellc Proniellcwho Promellcho Promeliewho
who ho occupied a quasi menial position In Inthe Inthe inthe
the household of Baroness Hirsch Lu Lucien Lucien Luden ¬
cien den went through a religious ceremony ceremonywith ceremonywith ceremonywith
with tho girl In France where he made madehis madchis nadohis
his home at the time but his parents parentsdeclined parontdeclined parentsdeclined
declined to give their consent to the thomatch thematch ho homatch
match and consequently he was debar debarred deb debarred r rred ¬
red by French law from going through throughthe throughthe throughthe
the civil cil portion porton of the ceremony ceremonywhich ceremony ceremonywhich ceremonywhich
which Is absolutely necessary ne es a In France FranceIn FranceIn FranceIa
In order to render a matrimonial matimonial union unionvalid nnlonyaUd unionvalid
valid Luciens Luclfns daughter therefore Is Isillegitimate Isilegitmate isillegitimate
illegitimate ilegitmate in the eyes of the French Frenchlaw Frenchlaw Frenchlaw
law and tho lato Baron and Baroness BaronfH BaronfHHirsch BaronessHirsch BaronesfHirsch
Hirsch undertook her education educaton and Jo Jomake to tomako o omake
make her one of the heirs o ot their theirwealth the their theirwealth r rwcnlth
wealth on the condition conditon of her complete completeseparation completeseparaton completeseparation
separation separaton from rom her mother who is now nowmarried nowmarried
married to an Italian ItalianTurbine Ialnn IalnnTurbie ItalianTurbine
Turbine Turbie Yacht Excites Exctes Interest InterestNo InterestNo InterestNo
No little lUle Interest has been excited excitedamong excied exciedamong excitedamong
among American yachtsmen yalhtsmrn by the pres presence presence prosence ¬
ence in American waters of the turbine turbineyacht turbineyacht turbineyacht
yacht Emerald chartered for the sea season season season ¬
son by George Gould The turbine motor motoris motorIs motorIs
is the invention Inventon of the Hon Charles CharlesAlgernon Carlos CarlosAlgernon CharlesAlgernon
Algernon Parsons brother brcther of the equally equallyscientific eQuallyscentfic equallyscientific
scentfic scientific Earl of Reese Rsse Lady Ldy Rosso Rossowho Rsso Rssowho Rossewho
who not long ago celebrated her silver silverwedding siver siverweding silverwedding
wedding weding Is quite quie a well w l known figure fgre in inthis Inthis Inthis
this country countr which she has frequently frequentlyvisited rreQuentlylsledlmot frequentlyvisitedalmost
visited visitedalmost lsledlmot almost as frequently trequenty indeed inded as asher asher asher
her brother Lord Lrd Hawke the famous famouscricketer famouscrIcketer famouscricketer
cricketer cricketerLord crIcketerLord cricketerLord
Lord Rosso and his brothers are de descended descende descended ¬
scended scende in a 1 direct line from one of the thoprincipal theprlnclpnl theprincipal
principal statesmen of the reign reig of ofQueen otQueen ofQueen
Queen Elizabeth Their Teir father father was cele celebrated celebrnted celebrated ¬
brated throughout the civilized civized world as asone asone asone
one of the leading astronomers of the thoday th thday theday
day whose name will wil forever be Identi Identified Idont identIfled ¬
fled fed with w1h the wonderful telescope which whichho whichhe whichho
ho erected on his estate at Pnrsonstown PnrsonstownIn
In Ireland IrelandWanted IrelandWanted IrelandWanted
Wanted to See Se an Accident AccidentLord Accdent AccdentLrd AccidentLord
Lord Lrd Reese is very cry careless about his hisdress hisdress hisdress
dress and on ono occasion ocalon having hnvng en entered entored entered ¬
tered the he e engine engne room of a large larg manu manufactory manufnctory manufactory ¬
factory the engineers engneers attention atonton was at attractnd attracttd attractod
tractnd tracttd by his odd behavior behaviorWhats behaviorats behaviorWhats
Whats ats up now he growled at the thepeer thepeer thepeer
peer What 1at are you shaking your head headand headand headand
and pulling pulng out your watch for forOh CorOh forOh
Oh replied repled Lord Lrd Rosse Its all nl the thesame tLesamo thesame
same to me Im Im Just waiting walng till tl tho thoboiler thobaior theboiler
boiler baior exDlodes exDlodesYoure ex exdodesYoure lodes lodesYoure
Youre crazy man exclaimed eclaimed the en engineer engineer engineer ¬
gineer angrily angriy preparing to turn the thepoor thepeer thepeer
peer out as a n dangerous crank crankWell crankWell crankWell
Well retorted the earl If I you youwork youwork youwork
work ton minutes longer with wih that loose loosescrew 10080screw loosescrew
screw the boiler boier will w11 certainly certanly explodp explodpThe explodt explodpThe
The engineer turning turing In the direction directionIndicated direton diretonIndicated directionindicated
Indicated by Lord Lrd Rosse paled pale and andJumped andjumped andjumped
Jumped lo o stop sto the engine engineWhy eine eineWhy engineWhy
Why the devil dcvI didnt you say so sosooner 50sooner sosooner
sooner he blurted out outWhy outr outWhy
Why r should I 1 answered the the peer peerI
I have never yet had the opportunity opportunityof opportuniy opportuniyot
of seeing a a boiler boier explode explodeMARQUISE explodeARQUI explodeMARQUISE
MARQUISE ARQUI DE FOXTENOY FOXTENOYSHE r FONTEOYSHE TW TWSHE
SHE RUSHED IN WHERE WHEREMEN WHEREMEN YHEREMEN
MEN FEAR FEARED ED TO TREAD TREADToured TR TREADToured EAD EADToured
Toured the Feud District Distct as a Sales SalesPITTSBURO Saleswoman Saleswoman
woman womanPITTSBUO womanPITTSBURG
PITTSBURO PITTSBUO Pa Pa June 23 23Mrs Mrs lr Helen HelenB
B Lansddwne Lnsd we of Cincinnati Cincinnat now in this thiscity thisIty thiscity
city Ity has completed a hazardous hazrdous tour of ofBreathltt ofDrenthlt oflireathitt
Breathltt Drenthlt county Kentucky The Brent Broathltt Drot Drothltt Brenthltt
hltt Coal Iron Irn and Lumber Company Companyowned Compny Compnyowned Coipanyowned
owned 120000 12000 acres of land in the feud feuddistrict feuddistnict eud euddistrict
district Owing to the condition cndlon of af affairs nffair atfairs ¬
fairs fair the company compay offered otered to sell sellA sellA sellA
A New York and Canadian Candian syndicate syndicatewere sydicate sydicatewere syndicatewere
were bidders bidder To complete compl6e the deal it itwas I Iwns itwas
was necessary to record a deed deo in Jack Jackson Jackson Jackson ¬
son Breathltt county As much of the theland theland
land is settled by squatters sCunters no attorney attorneycculd atorey atoreyculd attorneycculd
cculd culd be found who would go down and andmake andmako andmake
make the record recrd It I was also alo necessary necessaryto
to inspect nspet the land lad and make a report reportto rpor rporto reportto
to the syndicate syndicateMrs sndicate sndicatelrs syndicateMrs
Mrs lrs Lansdowne Lnsdowne was a stockholder in inthe Inthe inthe
the company and as it I meant a loss of
75000 750 cash If 1 the deed was not record recorded recorded recorded ¬
ed In Jackson she volunteered volunteere to record recordit recrd recrdit recordit
it nnd make the inspection Inspeton With a atent nI atent
tent a small 8 all camp stove and cooking cookingutensils coking cokingutenls cookingutensils
utensils she made the tour of the whole wholefield wholefield
I utenls
field and no one suspected suspoc suspoctedhor her mission
CRUISER GALVESTON GALVESTONTO GALVESTONTO
TO BE BELAUNCHED LAUNCHED SOON SOONInjunction SOONInjuncton SOONInjunction
Injunction Injuncton Against Government Gvernment Dis Dissolved Dissolved Dissolved ¬
solved in Richmond RichmondTho RichmondTho RichmondThe
Tho Injunction Injuncton granted at Richmond Richmondagainst Rhmondagainst Richmondagainst
against the launching of the unfinished unfinishedcruiser unfnlshcd unfnlshcdcruiser unfinishedcruiser
cruiser Galveston which was being built builtby buit buitby builtby
by the Trigg Shipbuilding Shipbuiding Company Companywhen Companywhen Companywhen
when it I failed taied was dissolved yesterday yesterdayTho yesterdayTho yesterdayThe
Tho Government GovCrnment has filed mCt a stipula stipulation stpula stpulaton stipulatioa ¬
tion ton which hlch acts as a bond and will wil pro protect protoct protect ¬
tect the supply creditors crediors In any rights rightsthey rightsthey
they may have against the Government GovernmentAttorney GovernmentAtorey GovernmentAttorney
Attorney Atorey General Knox denies that they theyhavo the thehavo theyhave
havo any claim clam on the Government and andIf andI andIf
If I they continue contnue to push their claims In Inthe Inthc Inthe
the face of his opinion he probably pr1bly will willtake w1 w1take wIlltake
take take the case into the Federal Foeral court courtSimilar courtSimlar courtSimilar
Similar Simlar action acton will wi be taken with wih the therevenue therevenue
revenue cutter Mohawk which was be boIng beIng beLog
Ing built at the Trlgg Tigg yard and is to tobe tobe tobe
be finished fnishe by the Government GovernmentThe GoernmontThe GovernmentThe
The Galveston will be launched in a afew nfew afew
few days and will wil bo towed to the Nor Norfolk Nortolk Norfolk ¬
folk navy yard to be completed completedTROOPS completedTROOPS completedTROOPS
TROOPS SHOOT PRISONERS PRISONERSST PRSONERS PRSONERSST
ST PETERSBURG PETRSDURG June 23 23Toops 23Toopshad 23Troops 23Troopshad Troops Troopshad
had to bo called upon recently reenty to quell quel a amutiny amutiny
mutiny muUn of prisoners in the Jail Jai at Vladl VladlKavkas Vadl VadlCakas ViadiKnvkas
Kavkas capital of the Torek district districtClscauoasia districtCiscauoasia
Clscauoasia with the result result that four of oftho ertho atthe
tho mutineers mutneors fore ere killed kied and eight wore worevounded worecuulcd worerounded
rounded cuulcd bv bva a volley ole fire fre
MR PAYNES PAYNES RETIREMENT RETIREMENTURGED REIREMENT REIREMENTURGED RETIREMENTURGED
URGED FROM FROMALLUARTERS FROMALLUARTERSDemand ALLQJJARTERS ALLQJJARTERSDemand ALL QUARTERS QUARTERSDemand
Demand for His Hs Resignation Resigaton K Ne Net NetPrompted t tPrompted
Prompted by Partisan Pain Motives MotivesPostmaster Motves MotvesPostmaster MotivesPostmaster
Postmaster General Payne Paye entered th thCabinet the theQnblnet thecabInet
Cabinet late in 1901 and most of the theirregularities theIroglnrltes theirregularities
irregularities Iroglnrltes which have been discov discovered dlscoyered dIscoyered ¬
ered in his department departent belong to a aprevious aprevious aprevious
previous administration administraton No ono has hasaccused ha hasaccused
accused nCcuso Mr Payne of any complicity complcity a awrongdoing awrongdoing awrongdoing
wrongdoing As s the head of the Post Postoffice Poatoffice Postoffice
office Department Dopartment he has inherited inhoried cer certain certain certam ¬
tain tam grave gave abuses the to disclosures of ofwhich ofwhich ofwhich
which have he already aready led le to the forced forcedretirement fored foredretrement forcedretirement
retirement retrement of several officials and to tothe tothe tothe
the application to the grand gnd Juries juies for fora forn fora
a number of indictments Indlctmont But notwith notwithstanding notwih notwihstnding notwithstandIng ¬
standing stnding this general exoneration oxon raUon of ofPostmaster otPostaster ofPostmaster
Postmaster Postaster General Payne from personal personalcomplicity perona personalcomplicity
complicity complcity In the scandals that hav havbeen hve hvebeen have havebeen
been disclosed there Is a loud call ca1 foe foehis tothis fo fohis
his retirement retrement from tho Cabinet CabinetThis CabinetTis CabinetThis
This Tis call cal comes come from quarters qunrter that thatare thtare thatare
are In large measure free from trm par partisan partsan vartisan ¬
tisan tsan motive motve and that appear to be e an anexpression anexprosslon artexpression
expression of enlightened enlghtene public publc senti sentiment fent sentimont ¬
mont Tho Wall Val Street Journal ournl 101n 101nIn loins loinsin oln olnIn
In this call cal ft bolievos boleo that tbt Mr Ir Payne Paynshould Payneshould ay
should retire retre voluntarily oluntarly thus relieving relievingtho reUevln relievingthe
tho President Presient from a position 1ollon which whichmust whichmust whichmust
must be becoming embarrassing embasslng to t him himMr him himMr
Mr Payne can cn do this th now because becns < by bycommon brcommon bycommon
common assent he has been relieved relievedfrom reUeve4from relievedfrom
from personal responsibility respopslblty for the thawrongdoing thewrongdoing thewrongdeing
wrongdoing that has has been unearthed unearthedand unearthedand unearthedand
and therefore th rptorp he will w11 not have to retire retlrounder rctro rctrounder retireunder
under a 3 cloud of suspicion of his owa owahonesty 0 0honesty owahonesty
honesty But if i he does not retire rotre of ofhis othis ofhis
his own accord the Wall al Street Stret Jour Journal Journal Journal ¬
nal is firmly frmly of the opinion that Presi l > esl ¬
dent Roosevelt should request him to re resign rosig resign
sign signIn sig signIn
In saying this the Wall Wnl Street Jour Journal Journat our ournal ¬
nal speaks s eak8 as asa a friend of the te Adminis Administration Administraton Administratioa ¬
tration traton It I believes belevs firmly frmly in 1 President Pesident
Roosevelt it has also the
I nofc not slightest slightestprejudice slghtest slghtestprejudice slightestprejudice
prejudice against aginst Mr r Payne Paye politically politicallyor poltcaly poltcalyor
or personally personaly Moreover It I sympathizes
largely with lh both the President and Mr
Payne in the situation that has devel developed deelope developed ¬
oped ope Mr Payne Is President Preident Roose Roosevelt RooseeUs Roosevelts ¬
velt velts eUs s own choice for the Postoffice Dc Department Dcpnrtment Dcpartment ¬
partment pnrtment He Is i not one of the hold holdovers holdovers holdovers ¬
overs from the te McKinley Administra Administration Administratlon ¬
tion ton The situation situaton thus developed must mut
be peculiarly awkward to both But all allthe al allthe
the more reason for the retirement of
Mr Ir Payne Paye and If I he has rotroment not the deli delicacy dl delicacy ¬
cacy to appreciate the fact et the Presi ¬
dent must act himself however painful painfulthis painfulthlu painfulthIs
this may be beMow beNow beNow
Now why is this demand for Mr
Paynes retirement retrment made when he Is Isabsolved Isabsolved Isabsolved
absolved from any personal peronal complicity compUcty
In I the scandals that have developed developedWithout
Without Wihout going into the history histry of the thonauseating thenauseating
to tonnuseatng
nauseating nnuseatng Poatoffice PostoIce Irregularities JrreglarlUes so soar
far ar as they are known It is sufficient suIcJent to tosay tosay tosay
say that Mr lr Payne has disclosed a pain ¬
ful lack of appreciation appreciaton of their teir serious seriousness seriousness ¬
serous serousness
ness and of his plain duty In regard to
thorn What Wat has been done in the un unearthing unearthing unearthing ¬
earthing of 0 the abuses has ha been bee accom accomplished accomplshed accomplished ¬
plished plshed by Mr 1 Paynes PayeS subordinate subordinatewith subrdlnatt subordinatewith
with the te backing bac n of the President Pesident Mr r
Payne Pa7e himself hlmsel has displayed displaye sceli st suu a a1ppancy
flippancy 1ppancy of language langage and a weakness wekEss of ofattitude otatttude ofattitude
attitude atttude toward the te gravest Government Governmentabuses Governmentabuses Governmentabuses
abuses that have he been developed in inyears 1nyears inyears
years that It I has hs become beome clear that he
Is entirely unfit to deal with the
entrely unt wih te con on ¬
ditions dlons that exist est in his department dC1rmenL
What Wat Is wanted there is a fearless re reormer ¬
former ormer not an apologist aplogist of wrong wro wrom ¬
doing or an official ofcial who seems disposed dlspoS
to belLttle the
whole matter mater and io iocover 0 0coer ocover
cover it up Mr Payne has the repu reputation reputnUon reputaton ¬
tation of bqing a fine fn campaign canp lg man manager manager manager ¬
ager and aId ho bqng is moreover m moreover reover an agreeable agreeableperson ageeabla ageeablaperson agreeablaperson
person to have In ones company Un ¬
compny tn
der ordinary conditions he might make makua
a satisfactory satsCactory head of a Government mau maun de department department department ¬
partment It I is noteworthy noteworhy that when
he was wa appointed appiated although alhough he was waschiefly waschlefy waschiefly
chiefly chlefy known as a practical practcal politician politiciannot polUcfa polUcfanot
not exactly exacty of the Presidents Proldents school of ofpolitics atpoltcs ofpolities
politics poltcs no special spcial criticism critcism was S ma mao maoof > a aof aor
of his selection selocton except from people whowould whowould who whowould
would probably have objected objete to any ¬
body that the President Pesident wo wopId would Id appoint appointIt appin appinI appointIt
It I may be b said sal however that to con continue conUnue continue ¬
tinue him at the head of the PostoCka PostoCkaDepartment PostoflkoDepartment e eDepartment
Department under prevailing preallng conditions conditionswould conditons conditonswould conditionswould
would strengthen the suspicion that
strenghen tat was wasthen wasthen IS ISthen
then entertained entertane that he was called caled to tothe tothe tothe
the Cabinet at the instance of part partlenders partleaer party partyleatlers
lenders leaer simply as a reward for party partyservice partyservce partyservice
service servce and nd as one who could culd be de depended depended dopended ¬
pended upon In any party emergency It ItIs ItIs itis
Is clear that there has been ben too much muchpractical murhpractcal muchpractioal
practical practcal politics pol cs in the Postefllce Postemll De Department Ie Ieprtment Dopantmeat ¬
partment prtment and a practical practcal politician poltician lIke IlkaMr l1ke11r lIkeMr
Mr 11r Payne Payo is not the te man to deal WIL WILthe with wliilthe withthe
the situation His retirement would
situaton rtreent up uplift uplUt uplift ¬
lift the standard of the public publc service serviceIn serlc serlcIn serviceIn
In the present prtsent crisis he has disclosed discloseda
a deficiency defciency In the qualities qualte that are a de demanded demanded tIcmended ¬
manded of the te head of the Postofflee De Department Department Liepartment ¬
partment There is an entire entre lack of ofpublic otpblc ofpublic
public pblc confidence confee in his ability abUty to cope copewith copewih copowith
with wih the situation siuaton especially spaly as the thoscandal thesendal theseandal
scandal sendal appears appers to grow grw dally daly and ad there thereis therola thereis
is no knowing how deeply the knife knie of ofinvestigation ofIn6stgalon ofinvestigation
investigation In6stgalon must be plunged plunge and how howmany howmny howmany
many mny officials ofcals of o high degree dege it I may cut cutWo cutTO cutWe
Wo TO repeat therefore Mr Payne must mustretire mustretre mustretire
retire retre or bo retired reUre Our special speial Inter Interest Interest Intereat ¬
est In this matter maUlr is twofold twotold First FirstWall FlntWall FirstWall
Wall Street has objected ojte strong to Presi President Pesi Pesident President ¬
dent Roosevelts Ros8eltS policy pUe of publicity publciy as asapplied a asapplied
Well now there theroId
applied appUc to corporations crraUO Wel
II I Id need nee of the application applcUon of o that policy policyto pl 1
to one of the te Presidents Pldents own ow depart departments departments departmeats ¬
ments and ad be must not Dt permit prl one of ofhis othis ofhis
his own subordinate subrdlnaa subordina to prevent the thamost th thmost themost
most searching light Igbt of publicity publciy in the thoPostofflce th6POltomeo thePostoifice
Postofflce Department Never was there therea
POltomeo Dprtent tere terea
a greater greter need of illumination luDtnatn than thanthere thanthere thanthere
there and Mr nee Payne PaJe Is not exactly exaety the theman theman theman
man to hold the searchlight searchlightIf sreUght
If I Wall Wal Street sees see that tht Roosevelt Roeelt la lastrenuous 13strenuos isstrenuous
strenuous strenuos In applying appl lng his own policy plc to tohis tohis tohis
his own political pUUel household tseld its It respect respectfor respecttor respectfor
for him and an his policy ple will wi be height heightened heightene heightcued ¬
cued enedThe cuedThe
ene The President Preident will w1 not have De failed talpJ to tonotice toI
I notice the sarcasm Mres with which the n nws nwspaper > ws wspaper WI
I notc paper which has made mae Itself lMl the special specialchampion speialI
t I champion ppr of that tht section eton of Wall s ret reetopinion r retI t topinion
I opinion that antagonizes nnlgonize the t1 President Presidents Presidentspublciy 3 3publicity apublicity
speaks of his attltuJo attltuJotoward attitulotoward
publicity policy
apaks atUtuJo atUtuJotoward
publciy plcy
toward the Postofflce Postotce scandals 5nlt Veiling VeilingIts Velirgits ell 11
of admira admiration admirntlon admiration
Its language under a pretense pretens ¬
Is tion langage for or the President Proldfnt It says The Thamost Themost Themost
most confident confdent and circumstantial crcumstantial state statements statemeats tate tatement ¬
meats alleging aleging the Presidents Peldets Intention Intentionto Intpntil Intpntilto
to mitigate miUrate his activity actvity in 1f certain tIre tIretions < M Ir ra rations ¬
tions in the matter mater of punishing rasoal rasoalUy r8531hy rasaiit
Uy it in the Postoffice PotoOce Department DtprmentI Departmentif If uch uchbe ulh ulhbe uchbe
be proven prov provenfail ntan fall to shake blt to the extent extentof eventof et etot
of the thousandth thousanth part prt of o a hairbroach hairbroachof blrbr lh lhot
of vibration Ibraton our or belle bele t tno that be will In lot lotno let letno
no guilty giy man escape escapeBut epe epeDut escapeBut
But seecnd 5 nd the Wall Wal Street Sr t Jou Jounal JouDal Jonnal
nal asks for fO Paynes removal rmvl because becausoof bC3 S Sof
of the fine fn example examtle It will 11 s Nt t to Wall WallStreet WnllStreet 1
Street itself Itslf which whle In some sm resprti resprtineeds resptq resptqBe resptQseeds
needs Be ds a strong stong moral toning up Th Thsame Tn Tnsam Thsame
same sam Sparton courage crag which will wil lead leadthe If11 If11the leadthe
the President Pealdent Sprton n uncovering uaverlu and puni puhh puhhIng punth punthlag fl fling ¬
ing corruption in his bt own Administra Administration Atmlulstn Atmlulstnton Atiministration ¬
tion ton is needed Deee here in Wall al Street Streetwhere Srtit Srtitwhe Streewhere
where whe there is a pressing necessity no ly for fordirectors rQrdlreton fordirectors
directors dlreton who wh are ar not Dt afraid arid to direct dlreeand dlrptand directsad
and for stockholders ltckholders who wh are public publlospirited publa publaspirie publicspirited
spirited enough to act act separately Hpratelr or r In Inconcert Incncrt inconcert
spirie concert cncrt for the protection proteto of their In Interests Inter0ts interosts ¬
terests ter0ts and for the saving sng of corpora corporations corQrn corQrntcn corporations ¬
tions from men who would control ctrol them themfor thc themfor
tcn ends endsMore endsMore endsMere
for their own selfish speculative spoulaUe
More than all al else el the Wall Wal Street StreotJournal StreetJoursal tftt tfttJourRaI
Journal JourRaI wants uts to see se men me In public of office ofsee r rIce ¬
Ice sad ad at the U head d of corporations corporationsand crpratons crpratonsaolaaBcalIUuUoD
and aolaaBcalIUuUoD financial inetttuttoas who have been beenput bfn bfnl becapat
put l there tkMe not nt merely lely by 1r political plthal or orpersonal 01 01pr30 orprsoaal
personal l favor Ior Kit because hauM of 0 Vrf Vrfconspicuous t Ieonapicuis lfr lfrensplcuQI
conspicuous ensplcuQI pr30 Ktaese AtB tsee their thr courage eurg trl trltheir 1 1teir 1their
teir their untjueetl unlutn uaitieetiened B cl character crreterVal charaeterWall charaeterWallStreet Vall VallStroot
Street tr t Journal Jfurnn 1

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