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WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 14 1903 1903Daily 1905Cally 19O 19OCa11
Daily Ca11 Calendar of American History HistoryOctober HistorijOctober
October 14 I Ilii4Congross 4 41774Congress +
1774 lii4Congross Congress adopted a Declaration or
Colonial Rights Rights17SO RightsliRoGen Rights17OGen
17SO liRoGen Gen Nathaniel Geeno appointed to tocommand tocommand tocommand
command of armies of the South Southsuperseding Southsuperseding Southsuperseding
superseding General Gates GatesUS03 GntC GntC1i3Bnttle Gateslst3rattio
US03 1i3Bnttle Battle of Bristow Station Va VaPrivate VoPrivate VaPrivate
Private Martin M P PHis PHis PMis
His Case and That of Venezuela on All AllFours AllFours AllFours
Fours It Seems SeemsPrivate SeemsPrhate SeemsPrivate
Private E R Martin I rtin of the police policeforce policefprc 1oliccforce
force was tried the other day for fordisobedience fordisobedience fordisobedience
disobedience of orders and autl pronipt proniptly pron1ptIj
ly b found guilty b11il Major Sylvester Sylvesterhas Sjlvesttr113s Sylvesterhas
has forwarded the papers to th thCommissioners thConmlj tliCommissioners
Commissioners Conmlj iol1ers with his approval of ofthe ofthe o ot1it
the findings of the trial board If Ifthe I Ithe Ithe
the Commissioners agree aTcc with him himPrivate himIr hintIrivnto
Private Ir nte Martins days day as a member memberof memberof memberof
of the police force are numbered numberedThis J1umbei nuinbeiedThis d drhis
This is the case in ina a nutshell as it itwere itwere itcre
were wereBut wereBut cre creBut
But what was this disobedience of oforders oforders oforders
orders by which Private Martin was wasguilty wasuiltyi wasguiltyi
guilty uiltyi oHad Had he refused to report reportfor reportfor reportfor
for duty at a certain hour or place placeHad placeHad placeHad
Had he declined to carry out the in instructions instructions instructions ¬
structions of his superiors in appear appearing appearing appearing ¬
ing at the station in the proper uni uniform uniform uniform ¬
form Had he defied the authority nllUlorityf aittliorit aittlioritof j jof
of f his captain or been otherwise ob obstreperous obstreperous obstreperous ¬
streperous in his conduct as a guar guardiari gllnrdJ31i guardrnii
diari of the peace pcacelf Not so far as we1 we1have we we11ave wehave
have been able to ascertain or so far
as the papers in the case disclose the themeasure thereeasure themeasure
measure of his guilt He had simply
been disobedient in not paying a adfbt adbt a1bt
dfbt as ordered ordeC presumably because becausehe becauseh
he h was unable to todo do so soXow soXow
Xow we do tb not wish to bfj under understood iinderstod rider riderstond ¬
stood as entering a plea in defense of ofdilatory ofc1Jatory
dilatory debtors aebto or of people who whohabitually whl1ut wb wbhabitually
habitually 1ut habitually itually contract OI tract debts without any anythought an anthought
thought of paying them thc n But we weany weITr weILay
any ITr well ask what good purpose is isserved isfened isEerved
served by turning the Chief of Police Policeor Policeor
or the Commissioners into agencies agenciesfor agenciesfor agenciesfor
for the collection of debts We Ve have havehad It havehad ve velad
had quite recently Ihrtst upon us an anexample nne aneanIple
example e nmple on a larger scale of this at attempt ntHmpt attempt ¬
tempt to collect debts by extraordi extraordinary cttraordinm ¬
nary nm Un means means in a way which should shouldmake shouldmake shouldnake
make us hesitate to apply similar similarlucans similarThcal1S similarmcans
lucans in the case of an obscure po poLceman pohfman po1ternan
Lceman We Ye said to the assembled assembledpowers assembledl
powers l p wers of Europe leY You Oll shall not notcollect notclI1ect notCOllect
collect the debts of your our subjects subjectsfrom subjectsfrom subjectsfrom
from Venezuela by threats of vio vioUnce vioItnee vieknee
knee you ll shall not convert your yourfleets yourflets yourfleets
fleets into agencies for the liquidation liquidationof
of obligations which may or may not nothrvp nothCYl notbrvo
hrvp been incurred honestly and andyou andou antyou
you ou shall not above all be so foolish foolishas
as a further to impair or utterly utterl de destroy destr destrOy ¬
stroy str your debtors ability to settle settlewith settJewith settlenitli
with you by depriving him of the theculy thenly thecnly
culy nly means left him to demonstrate demonstratethat demonstratethat demonstratethat
that his hi intentions are honorable honorableThis honorableThis honorableThis
This we said we repeat to the as assembled as5mblcel assembled ¬
sembled powers of Europe and in inscying insJing insaying
saying it we put ourselves as we wethought wethought wethought
thought on a high moral plane and andbsumed andCa andsbsumed
bsumed Ca a position which we consid considered considcrEdat consideredat ¬
ered crEdat at least Mr Bowen with a i fat fatfee fatfec fatfee
fee from Venezuela Y ooozuQa in in his lii pocket pocketJ1Ide pckctncde J Jncde
ncde us consider it itunaSsnilable unassailable In Inhat Inhat Inwhat
what hat respect except c c > pt in degree does doesthe cIoe5tJu doesthe
the tJu case of Private Martin differ differfrom difTrfrom difftrfrom
from that of Venezuela 7 Arc not our ourAuthorities onrftuthorities ourzitttlrnrities
Authorities preparing to threaten him himns himns himas
ns England Germany Gem1an and Italy Italythreatened Italythreatened Italythreatened
threatened Venezuela by saying sayingYou sayingYou sayingYou
You must pay pa the amount you ou owe oweor oweOle oweor
or be dismissed dism 3ed from tho force wo woare w wfil weare
are fil > your our official superiors and we weshall wethall weshall
shall use our power to compel you on to tosettle toettle tosettle
settle with ith your rcditor and m < t we shall shalldo shnldn shalldo
do it too though we know that after afteryou nftcryou afteryou
you are dismissed from the force forcejcur forceur forceur
jcur ur abiilty to pay will rill bo impaired impairedand impriiredanti impairedanti
anti probably utterly destroyed destroyedIt
It seems to us that such a position positioni
is i an utterly absurd one for the Com Commissioners Commissioners Cornniissioners ¬
missioners to take We Vc have no ex excuse ctCllse cxcuse ¬
cuse we say again to offer for any anyone anyone anyone ¬
one who deliberately contracts debts debtshe dobtsh dobtthe
he h knows he cannot pay But be between between between ¬
tween such a man and one who for forone forne forone
one ne reason or another may m find him himself himtfJf himdf ¬
self df nimble to repay a loan in which whichUPury whi h hUfury husury
usury plays a conspicuous and wholly whollylsreelitable
discreditable part there 1cre is some and andin andb andri
in ri fact a good deal de aI of differc difference differenceXor differenceor
Xor or can we admit adniitfor for a single mo moment moment meincnt ¬
ment that it is iseith either r wise or jzxpe ctp
dient < ICnt for the Commissioners to per permit pormit flcrmit ¬
mit themselves to be made the instru instruments instruloents instrumeats ¬
meats for the collection of debts We Wesaid Wesaid Ye Yesaid
said to Venezuelas creditors There Thereere ThCreure Thereare
ere other means besides shot and shell shellto shellto shelito
to get your money mone if the money mone is isdue isue isttue
due ttue ue you OllgO go to the international trib tribunal hibUlUlIat tribtimial ¬
unal UlUlIat at The Hague and light it out outthere outthere outthere
there To Private Martins creditor creditorthe creditorthe cteditorthe
the Commissioners should say sn We Wedecline Wcdecline y c cdecline
decline to threaten your debtor with witlidismissal withsmisstl vithdismissal
dismissal smisstl if he doesnt pay you youyour youyour OU OUyour
your remedy is in tile courts courtS and no nodoubt 110doubt nodoubt
doubt they will do justice if justice justicethere justicthere justicethere
there be in your demand demandIs demandIs
Is this common sense or is is it not noti notiPresident notPresident 7 7President
President and Booders BoodersHe
He Will Do Justice to the Worthy and andUnworthy andUnworthy andUnworthy
Unworthy Alike AlikeWhen AlikeYhou AlikeWlion
When Yhou The Times the first newspa newspaper newspaper newapaPer ¬
per in ill the United States to expose the thegrafters thegrafters thegraftors
grafters in the Postofllcc Department Departmentdeclared Departmentcclared Departmentdeclared
declared cclared that the President would do dofull dofull dofull
full justice alike to the worthy worth and andthe aucith andthc
the th < unworthy to the straight and the thecrooked thecrooked thecrooked
crooked it was because we knew full fullwell full1eIl fullwell
well that no power could swerve him himthe himthe hiiiithe
the millionth part of a hairs breadth breadthin
in his implacable opposition to boocl boocllers booell boodleis
leis l < rs and grafters As the Kansas KmsnsGit KansasCity KansasCity
City Git Journal J ournn well says saysThe saysThi ays aysTbf
The people know kno that the President in spite spiteof spiteof spiteof
of his political beliefs is nonpartisan when it iteomcs ItromtS Itcomes
comes to a matter of honor honesty and pa patriotism pittrlo patziotlsiu ¬
triotism trlo sm The confidence ron dencc which the public feel feelin feelin feelin
in Roosevelt the man makes him one of the thestrongest thestrongest
strongest t1 tSt characters c ctelA that bare ever been in
POUUClf In thts country countryIf countrJIf countryI
If I f under the Presidents tests of an anhonest anhonest anlonest
honest impartial and rigid scrutiny scrutinyremovals scrutinyl scrutinyrenmovals
removals l < ltlovals arc made it will only be to togive tvgive t tgive
give place to true merit and worth worthOn worthOn worthOn
On the 2Sth of September The TheTimes TheTimes TheTimes
Times in a special dispatch from fromOyster fromOster fromOyster
Oyster Oster Bay stated that upon the thefindings th thfindings thefindings
findings and conclusions of the report reportof reportof reportof
of special counsel Bonaparte and andCornad anelCenrnd andConrad
Conrad which dealt with the Tulloch Tullochcharges Tullochcharges Tullochcharges
charges and the conduct of Msssis MsssisHeath M I25S1SHeath SS1s SS1sHeath
Heath Castle Lawshe and Trace Tracewell Tracowe11 Tracewell
well the public need not be sur surprised surpriEed surprised ¬
prised if certain resignations were weredemanded weredemandecl weredmnande
demanded dmnande l Auditor Castle Ca tIo has re resigned 1esigneel resigne4 ¬
signed signedThe signeelfhe signe4flie
The Times further stated stttc that one oneconspicuously onecrnspiCllously oneeGnspicuously
conspicuously honest man who had hadbeen badheen hadbeen
been degraded and reduced red cod in salary
because he made himself offensive offensiveii
ii ii his investigations iuycstigtticnsTholnns Thomas W WGilmer WGilmerwould V VGilmerwould
Gilmer Gilmerwould would be b fully vindicated vindicatedThat vindicatedThat vindicatedThat
That he should be every honest honestminded honestminded honestminded
minded man must concede that he
will be we have no sort of doubt doubtPresident doubtPresident doubtPresident
President Roosevelt will never ¬
per permit permit peralt
mit m alt a faithful f ithful public servant to be bepunished bpptmished hepunished
punished for doing his duty dut r no mat matter matter matcr ¬
ter i cr what the influences against that thatindividual thatindhidnal thatndividual
individual i may maybe be The Presidents Presidentswhole Prcsident Presidentswhole s swhole
whole life is a conclusive proof flint tliatif t6aLif flintf
if i f there be
anything which he hi con condemns condemns condemns ¬
demns repudiates and abhors it is isthe isthe islie
the i lie influence system 5 ctcm which despises despiseshonesty dcspisc3bCl11sty despiseshoiwsty I
honesty and merit and makes of ofpublic ofpublic ofpublic
public officials high and low mere meredependents merec1cpEndents merelptfldcfltS
dependents weakening their senso sen of ofhonor ofllonor ofhonor
honor impairing their usefulness usefulnessand usefulnessmd usefulnessand
and destroying their independence
Cabinet Members in Politics PoliticsThe PbliticsoThe
The Propriety of Secretary ShaVs Par Participation Participation ¬
ticipation in a State Campaign CampaignOf CampaignOf CampaignOf
Of course Secretary Shaw has the theundoubted theundoubted theundoubted
undoubted right to take part in a apolitical apolitical apolitical
political campaign to the extent of ofdelivering ofdClhering
delivering stump speeches if he de desires desircs dosires ¬
sires to do so and qnd as he has the un unqualified unqualified unqualified ¬
qualified approval of the President in inthe inthe inthe
the course he has taken he need fear fearno fearno fearflu
no censure from one higher in au auhority auUl0lity anthority
hority Still the question remains remainsas
as to the propriety of his action and andwhether andwhether andwhether
whether it is good policy for him to tocave tolave toleave
lave cave his office in Washington for forweeks forweeks forweeks
weeks at a time and go about the thecountry theco thecountry
country co ntry as a spellbinder The Thepractice Thepractice Tuepractice
practice of Cabinet
officers taking an anactive anDctive anactive
active part in political campaigns has hasbeen hashccn hasboon
been much discouraged in recent recentyears recentyears recentyears
years and should wo believe be beabandoned beubandoncd beabandoned
abandoned entirely It seems some somewhat somewhat sonicwhat ¬
what beneath the
dignity of men in insuch 111such insuch
such positions to mingle in the petty pettyaffairs pettyaffairs pettyaffairs
affairs of State
politics unless per perlaps perImps
Imps laps it may be the political affairs affairsof nffairsoj affairsof I
of oj their own respective respect e States Statesdoubt Wo Wodoubt Ve Vedoubt
doubt very Yel much whether hether Secretary
Hay would accept an invitation ns nsSecretary asSecretary s sccretar
Secretary ccretar Show has h s done to deliver deliverstump Jclivrstump deliverstump
stump speeches m hi n Ohio this fall al although although a athough ¬
though doubtless oubtIc he has been asked askotti akedt askedti
ti t do so as the Republican committee committeehas committoobUH committeehas
has sent out invitations to nearly nearlyevery nearlyQyery nearlyevery
every prominent member of the par party pDrtr party ¬
ty in the country countryFurthermore countryFurthel1uore countryFurthermore
Furthermore is not Secretary Secretary51mw
Shaw reestablishing a bad precedent precedentand precedont2tncl precedent1tflI
and setting an example which the theAdministration theAdministration theAdministration
Administration would not be willing willingto
to follow in the case of minor ofll ofllcinbr omcitlci ofilciaLci
cinbr If the th Secretary SccrctaI of the Treas Treasury Trcasu Treasury ¬
ury u is 5 privileged to neglect his duties dutiesin J
in this way why should the samel sam same sameI I Ight i
right ght bo denied to subordinate ofli oflicials oH i I i
cials of the Government Goernmentperhap Goernmentperhaptppointees Governmentpcrbaptppointees perhaps perhapsappointees I
tppointees from Ohio who may have havesomething hav havs havesomething
something s 1othing at stake in the result of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the election in the Buckeye Buckc e State this thisyear thisyenrY thisyear
year yenrY Certainly the Administration Administrationif
if i r it follows the course it has hereto heretofore heretofore heretofore ¬
fore pursued would not tolerate the tlwinterference tbeicterfercl1ce theinterference
interference of division chiefs and andordinary andordinary andordinary
ordinary clerks in a political cam campaign camIJa camPpacgn ¬
paign IJa pacgn gn Then why should shou1 the Prosi ¬
dent so readily rea d ilj and cheerfully sanc sanction sanction sanetion ¬
tion such a course on the part of ofCabinet a aCabinet aCabinet
Cabinet officer If an officeholder1 officeholder1desires officeholdetcsires OffiCCllOl1CCdesires
desires csires to devote the time which the theGovernment tbeGocl11Illcnt timeGovernment
Government allows him for his an annual annual anzitial ¬
nual leave toward advancing the in interests intcrcsts interests ¬
terests of his party in any nn way that thatis thatis thatis
is quite another matter although the thefact timefact I Ifact
fact is that this privilege is refused refusedto refusedto refusedto
to certain employes of the Govern Government Govenlmente Government ¬
ment mentIt menteIt mentIt
It does not seem that the exigen exigencies exigencies exigoncies ¬
cies of the situation in Ohio demand demandthat demandthat demandthat
that Secretary Secreta Shaw should turn turnover tU111ccr turnver
over ver the affairs of his office to his hisassistants hislssistants hisassistants
assistants and go about the country countrydrumming countl1dntmming countrydrumming
drumming up political trade Sena Senator Scmator Senator ¬
tor Hannas opponents are for tho thomost thomost themimest
most part confining their t lCir campaign campaignto
to State issues with side attacks attacksIpon nttnckspon attacksrpon
Ipon pon the Senator which he and the thearmy thefinny timearmy
army of o Republican orators assisting assistinghim aSgistillghim assistinglim
him are fully able to answer without withoutthe withontthe withoutthe
the assistance of the national Ad Administration Adninistra Administration ¬
ministration ninistra Lion Secretary Secret 1 Shaws ex excuse escuse ¬
cuse for accepting the invitation to tospeak I Ipeak I Icase I Ispeak
speak in Ohio is that he is serving the thePresident thelresidcnt thePresident
President by so o doing while it would wouldseem wouldI wouldseem
I seem that his duly dut is to serve his hiscount 11i5I hisecuntry
I count ccuntry ry He could serve rYe the Presi President Presicimt Presidcnt ¬
dent fully fuIl as well by b performing his hisofficial hisofficial hisofficial
official functions in Washington as asby 115b asby
by b traveling up UJ and down the coun country count country ¬
try t ry mixing mixin in State politics and es especially esrcinlly es1cially ¬
pecially in a t State where his services servicesare servicosarc servicesare
are not required to insure the success successof success successof successof
of his party
i Mistaken Praises PraisesGood PraisesGood PraisesGood
Good People Who Defend Dowie Are AreWellMeaning AreWellMeaning AreWellMeaning
WellMeaning But Indiscreet IndiscreetDr IndiscreetDr IndiscreetDr
Dr MacArthur and some otln other otIwrgood othergood r rgood
good folk seem to think that Chris Christian Christian Christian ¬
tian charity requires them to defend defendDowie defendDowic iefendDowie
Dowie from criticism On n the ground groundtlat gronndtIat groundtlat
tlat he is said to be conscientious and andof audof andof
of no flagrantly bad habits The ar argument argument argument ¬
gument in the particular case of ofDowie ofDowie ofDowic
Dowie would not be worth noticing noticingsince noticingsince noticingsince
since no sensible person is likely to toregard tolegard toregard
regard him as anything but a human humanfreak humanfreak humanfreak
freak but it is unfortunately true truatbat tnlctbat truethat
tbat a good many other wellmeaning wellmeaningpeople weUmeaningpeople wellmeaningpeopie
people are inclined to support in a ahalfhearted al13lfhenrted ahalfhearted
halfhearted way wn unfortunate efforts effortsto effortsh effortsto
to h improve mankind on the ground groundthat groundthat groundthat
that the authors thereof are harm harmless hnrnlIc harmless ¬
less Ic s
lessIt sIt
It is not necessary necessary to prove a man manvicious manici manvicious
vicious ici 0 us immoral or insincere to toprove toprove toprove
prove that he is not a good leader of ofthought ofthought ofthought
thought More Morehann harm has unwitting unwittingly ¬
ly been done by some good people peoplethan peoplethan peoplethan
than by some bad people because becausethey becausethey becausethey
they have made virtue unlovely and andridiculous andridiculous amidridiculous
ridiculous The TLestrong strong men in the thechurch th thelmreh tlwchurch
church have h ve been those who vho recog recognized recogJlized recogrized ¬
nized this and put the right man in inthe inthe inhe
the he right place Such a man was wasthat wasthot wasthat
that leader of a pioneer church who whomade whomade whomade
made a proverb well deserving im immortality iruI irumortaht jammortality ¬
mortality mortaht in church annals A con conscientious corscjcmtious conseientious ¬
scientious man conspicuously illfitted illfittedfor ilIfitteclfor illfittedfor
for the ministry had been trying to toconvince tocomince toconvince
convince the th clergyman clCrfpI n of his worthi worthiness worthiness worthiness ¬
ness to preach and finally exclaimed
But brother you ou cannot deny that thatthe thntthe thatime
the t ime Lord hez commanded ns to preach preachthe preachthc preachhe
the t he Gospel to every critter 1 The Thei The115er Timemswcr
115er i i swer accompanied by a twinkle of ofthe ofthe ofthc
the eye was Yes dear ear brother bur burwe butwo hutwe
we dont dont find that he commanded commandedevery commandet1every commandedevery
every critter to preach preach the gospc gospcThe gospel gospelThe gospelTime
The test which should be applied appliedto appliedDowi
to 1 0 Dowie or any oilier man assuming assumingspiritual assumingflpiritual assumingspiritual
spiritual leadership lC3dershipJs Js not only perj perjsonal per perslnal personai
sonal goodness goodnesswhich which is possessed posse cd by bythousands bythonsants bythomisanls
thousands of the rank and file filebut filebutf1tne filebutIllness but butfitness
fitness f1tne for leadership leadershipHenry leaJersbipHenry leadershipHenry
Henry Wattorson attorson Is said to be looking lookingfor lookingtor lookingfor
for a Democratic Moses Well Vell whats whatsthe whatsI whatsthe
the t c matter with Col Moses 2 > 108es AVetmore of ofMissouri orZtIlssourl ofMissouri
I
Missouri Why Vhy seek further
Candidate McCIellan Is said to be able ableto abl ablto ableto
to converse in five different languages languagesbut languagosbut languagesbut
but can he h speak the language of tho thoBowery thoBowery theBowery
Bowery BoweryThe BoweryThe BoweryThe
The Democrats of Massachusetts have havenominated ha havenominated e enomlnatcd
nominated as their candidate for socre secretary socretary socretary ¬
tary of state the lIon Ezekiel M MEzeklol 1 1Ezeklol MEzekiel
Ezeklol How Is this for tautology tnutolol In Inpolitics Inpolitics inpolities
politics politicsLou politicsLou politiesLou
Lou Dillon is able nbio to smash records recordsbut recordsbut recordsbut
but when It comes comes to smashing any anything anything anything ¬
thing else the automobile has her faded fadedout fadedout fadedout
out of sight sightWhen sighthon sightWhon
When hon he reads of the Marqulk of ofDonegal otDonegal ofDonegal
Donegal a father fl1thernt at eightytwo the theHon thoHon thelion
Hon Thomas C Platt must fool that thathe thatho thatho
ho is I just in hi his period of adolescence adolescenceMr adolescenceMr
Mr Ilr Grout probably never would have hnetound havefound
found out what his fusion friends friendsthought frlenc1sthought friendsthought
thought of him had he not decided to go goover goover goover
over to Tammany TammanyIt
It is alleged lleged in a pending divorce cave cavethat caNthat casethat
that the fair air defendant ha has boon kissed kissedby Idss8 Idss8by Icissedly
by representatives of the army navy navyand JUloyand navyand
and the lighthouse service We Yo had be bogun begun begun
gun to fear that this thl practice suffered suffereda
a decline ccllno since the retirement of Hobson HobsonTher 1lobsonThere
There Ther < > is 1 a slight vein eln of inconsistency inconsistencyin
in Senator Hannas fulsome praise of otGroycr ofGrover
Grover Cleveland and his talk about the theDemocrntlc thtDemocratic
Democratic panic of 1S039Chamberlains 180391Chf 1S039 150301Chamberlains
Chamberlains Chf mborlnlns Ideas Ido a on the tariff tari ought oughtto oughtto
I Itn
to suit the Iowa Republicans who are aresomewhat nresomewhat aresomewhat
i i111E
somewhat uncertain as to Just where wherethey wherethey
they 111E stand on the proposition propositionIf
If the editor of Life who Is running runningfor runningtor runningfor
for tho Assembly Assembl on the Tammany Tammanyticket Tammanytlckot Tammanyticket
ticket is defeated he will probably probnbl re regard regard regard ¬
gard it ns a practical Joko JokoA jokoA jokeA
A man died of laughter lAugh tot In a Q New York Yorktheater Yorkthentcr Yorlctheater
theater ono night last week weekanother another In Inatance In8tnnce Instance
stance of one of those practical jokes
The People Peoples s Forum ForumCars
Cars for BaltimoreansTo Baltimoreans
To the Editor of The Washington Times TimesI
I again write to draw Ira your our attention to tothe tothe tothe
the miserable service afforded by b the theMetropolitan thoIIetropolltan theMetropolitan
Metropolitan Street Railway Company
In meeting tho th midnight ml nlght train from Bal Baltimore BnlUmme Battimore ¬
timore at the Baltimore and Ohio sta station stntlon station ¬
tion On Sunday Sun < 1n night the last car on onthe onthe onthe
the F Street line arrived at the station stationjust stationJURt stationjust
just as the passengers were coming out outAbout outAbout outAbout
About tour of those who desired to take takethat t takethat ke kethnt
that car caught It by b a hard run Pas Passengers Passengers Pitssengers ¬
sengers were streaming out of the stir station stntlon stirtion ¬
tion and I know of several on the train trainwho tmlnwho trainwho
who wished to take the F Street car carbut cnrbut carbut
but the conductor con uctor gave the signal and andwe andwe andwe
we disappeared around the corner at atfull attull atfull
full speed The number on the conduc conductors con conduetors uc uctors ¬
tors shield was 31 3t and what we people peoplewho peoplpwho peoplewho
who are regularly treated In such a con contemptible contemptible contemptthle ¬
temptible manner want to know Is Iswhether Iswhether Iswhether
whether the conductor acts In the man manner mnnner mannor ¬
ner described because he is If anxious to toshow toshow toshow
show his Indifference to the companys companyspatrons companyspntrons companyspatrons
patrons or whether his action Is the theresult th thresult thresult
result of a Instructions from his superiors
In strong contrast to the course pur pursued pursued pursued ¬
sued by the F Street conductor Is that thatof thntor thatof
of the conductor of the Fourteenth
Street car Each night he holds hol < 1s his car caras cnrns caras
as far as I have observed until the
last traveler for Washington has loft
the station The delay Is only for three threeor threeor threeor
or four minutes but the theresult result re mlt Is that
he fills his two twocnrs cars every eYer Sunday night nightand nightnncl nightand
and other nights gets a good crowd crowdIf crowdIf crowdIf
If there is I no direct method of caus causing cnusIng causing ¬
ing the Metropolitan to extend ordinary ordinarycourtesies or ordinarycourtesies lnao lnaocourtesies
courtesies to the people who use its itscars Itscars itscars
cars perhaps nn indirect way can be
found when Congress meets and the thecompany thecompan thecompany
company desires new privileges or ex ¬
tensions
BELATED BALTIMOREAN
Washington Oct 12 12Is 12Is 12Is
Is Bigamy a Crime
To the Editor of The Washington Times TimesHero TimesHere TimesHere
Here is a curious state of affairs affairsWilliam afInlrsV1lllam affairsWilliam
William A Miller now of national no notoriety notoriety notoiIety ¬
toriety as the disturbing clement in the theGovernment theGovernment theGovernment
Government Printing Office and subse subsequently subseQucntly subsequently ¬
quently the cause of the open shop
discussion between betw n President Roosevelt Rooseveltand Rooseveltand Rooseveltand
and organized labor has been accused accusedof nccusedot accusedof
of bigamy hlgnm This accusation has not notbeen notbeen notbeen
been made furtively but It has been beenpublished beenpublished beenpublished
published far and wide and Miller has hasgiven hasglen hasgiven
given no conclusive proof that he Is not nota
a bigamist Notwithstanding this fact factMiller tnetII1llcr factMiller
Miller walks the street as free as any anyold an anold anyold
old bachelor In town townIs townIs townIs
Is bigamy a crime and as such punish punishable punlshnble punishable ¬
able before the law Or Is the accusa accusation acc accusation sa satlon ¬
tion made by the union men a bluff bluffA blurry blurryA bluffAGL
A AGL AGLWashington G L LWashington L LVnshlngton
Washington Oct 12 12Unions 12Unions 12Unions
Unions in the Philippines PhilippinesTo PhilippiI es esTo
To the Editor of The Washington Times TimC8I Tim TimI r rI
I noticed In The Times recently recentl that thata
a charter had been granted the printers printersemployed printersemplocd printersemployed
employed In the Government Printing
Office in Manila and that a union had hadbeen hndbeen hadbeen
been organized by the knights of o the thestick thestick thestick
stick and galley go II e If my memory memoryserves mcmoryserves memoryserves
serves me aright I think it was stipu stipulated stipulated stipuhated ¬
lated by b the War Vnr Department officials officialswhen officialswhen officialswhen
when the printers left the United States Statesto Slotesto Statesto
to go to the archipelago that no unions unionsshould unionsshould unionsshould I
should be organized there It such was wasthe wasthe wasthe i
the case what right had the wielders of ofthe otthe ofthe
the type to establish such a body among amongthe amongthe amongthe
the Filipinos who let us hope are still stilluninitiated sununlntUnted stilluninitiated
uninitiated Into tho mysteries of despotI despotlcal despotIcnl despotical
cal unionism I together with with1a Vltha a large largeper Inrgeper largeper
per cent of the persons in the United UnitedStates UnitedStntes UnitedStates
States believe b lfee the labor unions lOt of this thiscountry thiscountry thiscountry
country as 8S they the exist today are ro the themost themost themost
most Infernally Internnll anarchistic bodies In ex existence exIstence oxistence ¬
istence at the present time and fail to tosee tosee tosee
see why wh the Government officials who whoheld whoheld whoheld
held the reins and winning cards at the thetime thetImo thetime
time the disciples of Gutenberg set out outfor outfor outfor
for the Philippines should allow them themto themto themto
to sow their wild seed among the theunsuspecting theunsuspecting theunsuspecting
unsuspecting natives who are Ignorant Ignorantof
of the deteriorating features of union unionIsm unJonIsm unionlam
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I By TIlE MARQUISE DE FONTENOY FONTENOYDevonshires FO FONTENOYDevonshires E OY OYDevonshires
Devonshires Retirement RetirementAs
As the Duke of Devonshire has long longheen longleen
been desirous of retiring from political politicallife polltlcnllifo politicallife
life and has only remained In office officefrom officetrom officefrom
from a sens sense of duty dut And at the press pressing pressInr pressing ¬
ing Inr request requC t of tho late and the present presentsovereign presentsocrelgn presentsovereign
sovereign all of whom realized tho hold holdwhich holdwhich holdwhich
which he h possesses upon the goodwill goodwilland goodwilland goodwilland
and the confidence of his countrymen countrmenhis countrymenhis
his withdrawal froci tro froS the Balfour cabi cabinet cabinet cabiriot ¬
net nt the age of seventy cannot be beregarded beregarded beregarded
regarded as otherwise than his disap dlsnppenrnnce disappearance ¬
pearance from the parliamentary arena
In which for nearly nearl half a century ho
has been be bee n one of the most Important and
Interesting I terestlng figures He deserves there ¬
fore something more than the curt no
ties that his refusal to follow Arthur
Balfour any further on the road to pro protection protection protection ¬
tection has received from the press on
both sides of the Atlantic AtlanticIt AtlanticIt
It Is doubtful whether there has ever
been In the history of England
a states statesman statesman statesman ¬
man who has been noted to such an ex ¬
tent for his silence as the present Duke Dukeof Dukeof Dukeof
of Devonshire Tho Cavendishes of otwhich ofwhich
which noble house he Is the chief have havealways havoalways
always been noted for their taciturnity
Henry Cavendish the famous chemist
Is on record as having uttered fewer tewerwords fewerwords
words during the course of his long life liteot lifeof
of four score years ears than any man not notcxceptlng notexcepting
excepting the monks of La Trappe The
duke runs him close and I doubt if
there Is any an > man In either of the houses housesot housesof
of parliament who has chatted less with
his fellowlegislators than the duke If
ho speaks little he laughs less a smile
rarely lighting up his rather heavy face
When Vhon he does laugh It Is Islth with a sort
of gasp b lSP and he conveys cO e s the Impression Impr sion
of restraining himself suddenly
Twice Declined Premiership
There Is a certain amount of
between himself and the late Charles
Stuart Parnell both in their manners
and in their reserve of speech as well
as In their Inborn
instinct for tho gov go ¬
ernment o of their fellow creatures for or
with all his odd manners the duke dukeexerofse dukeexercises
exercises exerofse < an immense Influence over
his fellowmen This is due to his In ¬
grained disinterestedness which has led lediim
him on at least two occasions to decline
the premiership once from motives of orchIvalrous ofchivalrous
chivalrous loyalty to the late W V E
Gladstone It Is due also to his dogged doggedveracity doggedverac1t doggedveracity
veracity verac1t to his sound soun common sense
his courage his devotion to sports and andabove nndnbove andabove
above all to the universal knowledge
that his word Is as good as his bond
It was said by b Dr Johnson of the first
Duke of Devonshire that if for in instance Instnnce instance ¬
stance he had promised you OU an acorn acornand ncornand acornand
and none had grown In that year In his hiswoods hiswoods hiswoods
woods ho would not have been con
tented with that excuse he he would have haveBent havesent havesent
sent a special messenger to Denmark
for It Tho same thing may ma be said saidof saidof saidof
of the present duke dukennd and Is one of his hischief hIschlet hischief
chief titles to the esteem of his follow followcountrymen tollowountomen fellowcountrymen
countrymen He has a warm heart be beneath benonth benoath ¬
neath an impassive exterior I never neverrealized neverroollzoo neverrealized
realized this until a a little while after ntterthe afterthe
the murder of his brother the late Lord LordI
Frederick Cavendish In Phoenix Park Parki
Dublin by the Invincibles InvinciblesHe InJnciblesHe
He had given no sign of grief at the thefunornl thefuneral
funeral or even when Sir William Vor Vornon Vernon Vornon
non Harcourt communicated the trag tragedy trngedy txagedy ¬
edy to him as they tho were driving away awn away
together from Whitehall hlteball In Sir Wil Williams Wilhams VIl VIlIInms ¬
hams carriage But two or three months monthslater monthslater monthslater
later I was present when he delivered delivereda
a speech to his constituents at a place placecalled plncecnlle4 placecalled
called Baoup It was the first time that thathe thnthe thathe
he had spokon In public since his hisbrothers hislrothers hisbrothers
brothers death I have lost he re remarked remnrked remarked ¬
marked a relative loved I believe by bynil bynIl byall
nil who knew him loved vove oe all by bythose b bthose bythose
those near and dear to him Here Hereemotion Hereemotion Hereemotion
emotion compelled him to slop for a afew afew afew
few minutes and he turned aside to toconceal toconceal toconceal
conceal from the public the tears that thatrolled thatroUed thatrolled
rolled down qn either cheek
His Romantic Marriage MarriageThen MarriageThen MarriageThen
Then too there is his marriage It is isnot Isnot Isnot
not so long ago that he remarked in inthe Inthe inthe
the course of a a speech happiest of all allIs nIlIs allis
Is the man happily married and to all allwho nllwho allwho
who knew him It was obvious that he healluded henlluded liealluded
alluded to himself His union to the theduchees thoduchoes theduchess
duchess was preceded T > y a romantic romanticattachment romnntlcnttachment romanticattachment
attachment that continued throughout throughoutthe
the thirtyodd years 08rs of her first mar marriage mnrrlage marriage ¬
riage to the Duke of Manchester MnnchC ter She Shehad 8hohnd Shehad
had wedded the latter in a moment of ofpique orplquo ofpique
pique after quarreling with Lord Hart HartIngton HartIngton Hartington
Ington the title by b which her present presenthusband presenthusband presenthusband
husband was then known He remained remainedher remainedher remainedh
her h er devoted and constant admirer and andclose andclosetriend andclose
close closetriend friend until she ho recovered her herfreedom herfreedom herfreedom
freedom through widowhood everyone everyoneeven everyoneeven everyoneeven
even the late Queen Victoria smiling
kindly upon their romance and rarely
Inviting the one to Windsor or to Os Osborne Osborne Osborne
borne without asking the other otherA otherA otherA
A little more than a year after the thedeath tbed thedeath
death d < ath of tho late 10 to Duke of Manchester Manchestershe Manchestershe Manchestershe
she gave her hand to the Duke of De Devonshire Deonshlre Dovonshire ¬
vonshire and It Is difficult to find a amore amorc amore
more devoted couple They are seldom seldomfar sol seldomfar om omfar
far away awa from one another nn thcr and while whilehe whileh whilehe
he h is engaged in fishing a sport to towhich towhich
which he is devoted she ho Invariably Inynrlabl ac accompanies nccomP nocompanies ¬
companies comP nles him sitting beside bo ide him on onthe ontbe onthe
the bonk Indeed there are few more moredevoted morodevoted moredevoted
devoted pairs than the Duke of Devon Devonshire Devonshire Devonshire ¬
shire and nn his Germanborn consort who
Is by b birth a Countess von Alten of ofHanover otHanocr ofItanover
Hanover The duke like the duchess duchessIs
is exceedingly fond of animals His
favorite collie dog which used Invaria ¬
bly to accompany him down to the
houses of parliament P rllnmcnt was wn a familiar
figure gure In the halls of the national leg ¬
islature and le used to bo the only
visitor fsltor who was not only onl permitted
but also naked by the late Queen Vic ¬
toria to bring MB dog with him to
Windsor Balmoral or Osborne when
commanded to todine dine and sleep sleepStrict sleepStrict sleepStrict
Strict Sense of Duty DutyIt DutyIt
It Is solely from a sense of duty and an < 1
not from any taste for politics that
tho duke has devoted the greater por ¬
tion of his life to the service of his hi hicountry
country countr Like other great nobles and I
territorial te < rrltorlal magnates In the Old 01 < 1 World
he hI is Impressed with the Idea that his m
possessions and hi his dignities carry cnrr with
them heavy hen V obligations to his country
and to his fellowcitizens having noth ¬
ing to gain whatsoever either In the thoway thlof theway
way of emoluments or honors by b m mmalnlng rtJmalnlng rumaining
malnlng in public life Several times timeswhen timeswhen timeswhen
when disgusted with
political Intrigues I Iand
and with the squabbles among the lead leaders lenders leadera ¬
ers of the party p rt to which he belonged
ho was on the point of o withdrawing
fiom public life but was Induced to re reconsider reconsider reconsider ¬
consider his decision by the strong re remonatrances remonstrances remonstrauces
monatrances of old John Bright and andother nndothr t tother
other frlendri of the same samecaUbr callber who whourged whourged I Iurged
urged urged upon him that he had hu a duty dut to tobin tohlB tclmi
bin lmi country countr to fulfill fulfillParliamentary fultlPnrlamentaI fulfillParliamentary
Parliamentary PnrlamentaI Ufo has always bored boredhim boredhim I Ihim
him and he has never concealed the thefact thetlct m mfact
fact tlct Frequently Frequonty in making maing a a speech speechhf speechh speecr speecrh
hf h stops In the middle mfdlo of a sentence to toynwn tolwn toynwn
ynwn lwn and his favorite tnorlo and familiar tnmlar po position po poitlon ¬
sition itlon on the front bench bencl In the house houseof houseot m mof
of ot lords as formerly rormerl m tho house of ofcommons otcommons ot otcommons
commons Is with his hat hdt jammed down downon downon I Ion
on his nose his eyes shut a gentle gente
sncro issuing from his parted parte lips his hishands hIsbnds hisbands
hands bnds plunged < I Into Int < his trouser troulor pockets pocketsand pocketsamI pocketsand
and his legs Jog stretched stretche out In front of ofhim athim ofhim
him as far as they will wi gp gpMuch g goMuch
Much more could be written about the thehead thehead thehead
head of the house hOUSf of Cavendish But Butthes Butthes Butthese
thes these few notes will wi I think contribute contributeto
to dispel the Impression ImprcSlon which seems seernto see seemsto
to have arisen in this country countr that tht the theduke tbodukc theduke
duke in resigning his seat set in the pres present lrO jmr jmrent ¬
ent cabinet cnbinct cabinet has ha rendered himself himselfguilty hlmsot hlmsotulty himselfguilty
guilty ulty of something akin to a brooch breah of offaith oftalh offaith
faith talh with wih Arthur Balfour There is isno Isno isno
no man in England more incapable IncoIable of ofanything otanthlng ofanything
anything that is not characterized chnrcterized by bythe b bthe bythe
the highest sense 8f e of honor and chivalry chivalrythan chivalrythan chivalrythan
than the duke and all al along he lias liasmade ha hamade
made it I thoroughly clear that being beinga beln belna
a partisan parisan of free trade he might pos possibly possibly possibly ¬
sibly consent to a a certain cerln degree degee of oftariff attrJt oftariff
tariff trJt retaliation but could under no cir circumstances circumstancES cixcumatances ¬
cumstances cumstancES ever become a party vnrt to a apolicy apolicy
policy pol C of protection protecton and to the latter latterPremier later latterPremier
Premier Pemlr Bnlfour has In the th dukes dukesopinion cuke dukesopinion
opinion now committed commited himself lmselt by his hisrecent hisrecent
recent speech at Sheffield SheffieldLeinster Shefeld SheffieldLeinster
Leinster Now Wealthy WealthyThanks Wealhy WealhyThanks WealthyThanks
Thanks to the new Irish land bill bi the theyoung theyoung theyoung
young Duke of Lolnstor Lelnst r now seventeen seventeenyears seventeenyonrs seventeenyears
years of age is transformed from rota one of ofthe ortho ofthe
the poorest of dukes Into a wealthy wealthymember wealh wealhmember wealthymember
member of the nobility nobity of Ireland Ircla of ofwhich o owhich ofwhich
which kingdom he Is the premier peer peerHis peerHis peerHis
His trustees and guardian have arrang arranged arnng arnnged axranged ¬
ed for the sale of his estates etates in Klldare Klldareto Kldare Kldareto Kildareto
to his tenants for sums amounting nmountn to tosome tosome tosome
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money by way of bonus bnus and Induce Inducement Inducement ¬
ment The Te duke who Is rather delicate delicatesucceeded delcte delctesucceede delicatesucceeded
succeeded succeede to his fathers honors honrs when whenbut whenbut whenbut
but six si years enrs of ago and he Is the head headof headof
of o the great Irish house of Fitzgerald Fitzgeraldwhich Fizgerld Fizgerldwhich Fitzgeraldwhich
which was founded tounde by b a Florentine Florentne noble nobleof nobloor nobleof
of the name of Gerordlnl Gerdlnl who was wa a afavorite araorlte afavorite
favorite of King Edward the Confessor Confessorand Contessornnd Confessorand
and whose grandson gandson settled setted In Iroland IrelandThe IrolandTe IrolandThe
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country count seat at Duncombe when It was wasdestroyed wasdestroyed wasdestroyed
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call cl the legend according to which the themonkey themonkey themonkey
monkey monkey which figures figure so prominently promlncnt in inthe Intho inthe
the armorial arorial bearings barings of the ducal ducalhouse ducalhouse
house of Leinster owes Its place plne there thereto thereto thereto
to the fact that that one of the young oung dukes dukesancestors dukesnncestors duksancestors
ancestors John Fltzthomas Fltthoma Fitzgerald Fitzgeraldfirst Ftgerald Ftgeraldfrst Fitzgeraldfirst
first frst Earl of Klldare Kldare having been for forgotten torgoten forgotten ¬
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the destruction detcton of the castle at Wood Woodstock Woodstock Woodstock ¬
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language lQn tQ c l y the t audition ailtln of the adjective adjectivechesty adjetv adjectiveckesty
chesty ckotJ Now the German Gen language Jnngage has h re received ro roeche meethel ¬
ethel eche an addition addlt n that is I sanctioned sncioned by one oneof oneor oneOt
of the leading leding philological phl0lic4 societies etc of the theempire tMempire theempire
empire This Ti organization orgnitin felt there tJere was ws no noGerman noGen noGerman
German Gen equivalent euhlent for fo the English Elih word w cake cakein cke rakein
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known knwn in some 5me section sUOn of the tw United States Statesas Stat Stata
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the best bet translation trnlathm of the he terra t Finally Finallythe Jnl FlasHythe
the word knuspcrchen knusprhen was selected lete It Itmeans I Itmeans
means ment something sotthlng that can be nibbled and andthose an andthose
those tho who wh hare ba keen an children cUdre munching mnohlng away awayon awayen y yon
on cookies Odes from frm the kitchen kichon of their thr grand grandmothers grandmothers n ¬
mothers can sec how bw neatly ty the German GCnR term t tfls tet tetSilo
fills fls the bill hlSew billNew New lfk Ywk Prom PromREFLECTIONS IrO IrOREFLECTIONS Pr PrREFLECTIONS
REFLECTIONS OF A BACHELOR BACHELORYou BACHLOR BACHLORYou
You can cn always 1 trust tnst a a womans mils instinct Intnc te tego t tamgo
go against agint cold c reason nIn nInWhen reseenWhen j jWhen
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love he must Jot sing a song son of sixpence sixpenceIt sx nc ncI
It I is i the tI man who wh blows 1lowy his hi own O horn that thatgets tMtgets thotgets
gets picked picke te be b the theleoder leader leder of the band bandThere Lnd LndThae bandThere
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ceited as to know haw hw to t make mle Ms furnace furHCkum furHCkumThe furnioskurn furnioskurnThe burn burnThe
The reason rsn women will never wear wer tr treus treusIs trisora trisoraIs tsem tsemis
is that they t1J would bide bte too t much muo of their theirprettiest theirpretteb theirptsttieab
clothes
prettiest pretteb clothe
Xew York Tress lre
Political Poltical Gossip GossipHere GossipHere GossipHere
Here and There ThereThe
The Result in Indianapolis IndianapolisThe Indianapols IndianapolsThe
The result rCult of the mayoralty moml election electionIn electon electonIn electionin
In IndIanpolis Indianapolis yesterday 7eterda m ma may y have btvo a adamaging a adamaging
damaging amaSIng ooct et upon upn Republican RepubUon pros prospects prs prspt prosPoets ¬
Poets pt in Indiana Indina next net your YG Mayor MayorBookwalter MayorBookwaltor Inor InorBookwlter
Bookwalter Bookwlter was defeated leCote and a the ma machinery machInery machicory ¬
chinery of the government govormet of the t largest largestcity larsesteft largestctt
city eft ctt In the State Stto will wI vili be placed plcid In the tholiandR te tehandR
hands of tho Democrat DemocratPrior Demort DemocrathPrior
Prior to the te election eloton the te Republicans Republicansconceded RopubJcns RopubJcnscncede Ropublimsensconceded
conceded that In their candidate candidatefor candidatefor
cncede tt en e ease e cndltnto cndltntoror
for mayor mlyor should sould go down dO to defeat defeattHe doret doretdie dofeattile
tHe party prty would be b seriously tusb Injured Injuredthroughout Inuredthroughout injuredtlmroughout
i throughout the Stte Stte and td It J was WD be because becuse because ¬
j cause cuse of this fact that the tle two United UnitedStates UnitedSttM UnitedStates
I States SttM Senators S tOI Representative Roprentntve Over Overstreet Over Overstreet
I street street of Indianapolis Indianapls and ad a number numberof numberot numberof
I of other oUer prominent prmlnot Rpbllns Republicans of the thoState theStto theState
State Stto took an active aeivo part Pr In the te cam campaign elm elmplg armpaign ¬
paign plg In behalf bhJr of BeokwaUor It I la latho 19tho isthe
tho effect etcct upon upn the t election of logIs legislative logIslatve logislative ¬
lative latve candidate cndldate next net year Or which whIc tho thoRepublicans thoRepublcns theRepublicans
Republicans Republcns fear ter The Legislature LsglsJaturochosen lg9turo lg9turochsen LegislatureIn
chosen chsen In 1604 lO will wI select Slect a A successor suoer to toSenator toSenator toSenator
Senator Bovcridge Boveldge There Thee axe ao MO 1 1 mam mambers members enemhers
bers In the body by at present preet and w ml at pros present proseat re ¬
ent an even 100 10 of them tor we a Repub Republicans Rpub Bepublienne ¬
licans IC thus giving th te the party Jt part a 1 majority majorityof morty mortyof
of fifty fify on Joint ballot ballotDemocrats balot balotDemorats ballotDemocrats
Democrats Demorats Are Hopeful HopefulMany Hopef HopefUlMany l
Many of those to especially epecaUy mombr members of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the lower house house weraeleeted weelotn bj b bie nar narrow narrow narrow ¬
row majorities mnjortles and there wH wtl ba b hard hardfights hrd hrdfghts hardfights
fights fghts In these thEo districts dllt next net year yor for forthe forthe forthe
the Democrats Democts profess prCe to believe O10vo that thatthere tht thtthere thatthere
there tis a chance chanc to carry cr th the Legis Legislature lgs lgslatore Legislatare ¬
lature Marlon county in which Indl Indlunnpolte IndlunnpoJ mdiannpolis
unnpolte unnpoJ is situated sltua has b fourteen foureen repre representatives rapresenttva representativs ¬
sentatives senttva all al of them now Republicans RepublicansWith Repblens ItepamblienusWith
With the Democrats Dem In c control the
municipal munlIPI government b VCrmeJt of Indianapolis Indianapolisth idianapls idianaplsthe
th the Republicans Republcns entertain eterin some sme fear fearthat rer rerthnt fearthat
that thoy may m have difficulty dlicult In again againreturning agIn agInrcturnlnt agniareturning
returning fourteen Republican Republc members membersto mombr
to the Legislature Lglature Should fourteen fourteenDemocrats toureen toureenDemocrts fourteenDemocrats
Democrats Democrts be chosen Instead Insted that party partywould pr partswould
would thus obtain obtin a I good lead lOd toward towardoverturning tO towardoverturning r
overturning oerturing the adverse ndec majority majOrt in thoLegislature thoLgslture tho theLegislature
Legislature Lgslture and electing eletng a Democratic DemocraticSenator Dcmortc DcmortcSenator DemocraticSenator
Senator The result reult will wi give gh the theDemocrats theDemo theDemocrats
Democrats Demo mt some hope hop and while whie the ad advantage adntge advantage ¬
vantage ntge Is still stl largely with the Re Republicans Re Republicerns ¬
publcns publicans in retaining retnhg a a majority maorIy in the thoLegislature to toLegslature theLegislature
Legislature Legslature it will w1 be necessary nsao for forthem forthem forthem
them to put forth forh every o er effort afon possible possiblein pssible pssibleIn
in order to retain retin the extent etet of control controlwhich Cntl Cntlwhich controlwhich
which they the now exorcise exorciseHumorist eorlsQ eorlsQHumorist exerciseHumorist
Humorist in ir Politics PoliticsOver Poltcs PoltcsOcr PoliticsOver
Over In New N w York York the te politicians pltchms are arelaughing ae aelaughing arelaughing
laughing and gossiping about aut the te can candidacy candl candidacy ¬
didacy dl acy of James Jame Stetson Steton Motcalfc Ietclto who whoaspires whoaspir whoaspires
aspires aspir to reach roch the lower house houe of the tlioState tl tlState theState
State Legislature LegIsLtre on o the Tammany Tammanyticket Tnmm1ny Tnmm1nytcket Tammanyticket
ticket tcket It has long been bC Mr lIr Motcalfes Motcalfesbusiness 2 Motcaltsbusiness > otlos otlosbsiness
business bsiness to make people pl laugh for he heis heIs heis
is one of the editors ediors of LCe Life and ha hasoems he haseems
soems to be perfectly prteot willing wflng to keep keepup kep kepup keepup
up the Joke although atough he has h sosoon sosooncome solon soloncome sosooncome
come to regard regr politics poltc as D serious bust business bu51ne bustuess
ness ne He thinks It i will wt be his turn tr to tolaugh tolaugh tolaugh
laugh when the votes vote are counted cunteiand cunteiandI and andit indi
i It I probably will l for the district distct In wMch wMchhe wisichhe ch chhe
he is a candidate cndIdate Is i heavily boII Democratic DemocraticMr DemOrtc DemoeraticMr
Mr 1lr Metcalfe lIetclre Is fortyfive years yors of age agea ag sgea
a graduate gduate of Tale Ynle and entered upon upona upn upna upona
a literary ltorry career creer as a the editor edtor and al pub publisher pb nzb nzbusher ¬
usher lsher of the Modern Moder Age Ag He was waslater wa waslater
later an a editorial edIoril writer wrter on the Buf Buffalo Buttalo Buffalo ¬
falo Express and afterward nttenard had hadcharge ha hadcharge
charge of the Peoples Peples Pictorial PJotrial Prone ProneHe Pe FreesHe
He has been ben associated asocfnte with wit Life Lifesince Llesince Lifesince
since 1SS8 l with wih the exception excepton of about aboutfjoui abut abutur about1our
fjoui ur years e when he wag managingLRdi managingLRditor mnging nianagingpd1tor
tor of the the Cosmopolitan Gsmo ll Magazine MagazineHis 1fgfne MagazineHis p
His candidacy cndldncy only onl further furtbe Illustrates Illustratesthe fplrtes fplrtestho Illpatratcathe
the fact that literary ltery men me are arc taking tkng on onactive a anactive
active interest Jntert in politics politicsDiscussion polt poltDiscussion politicsDiscussion
Discussion in i Arkansas ArkansasThe Akansas AkansasTe ArkansasThe
The Te Democrats D mocrats of Arkansas Arlcnsas are con conducting conducting In ¬
ducting an interesting campaign with
the governorship as the goal goa of several severalambitious sesr severalambitious
ambitious ambitous and d strenuous politicians politiciansGov poltcians politiciansGot
Gov Jeff Jot Davis D < nls wishes to succeed succee him himself hlmselt himsalt ¬
self and is iconductng conducting a series sere of o Joint Jointdebates jointdebtes jointdebates
debates debtes with wIt his chief opponent oPIonent Judge JudgeWood Jud JudgeWood e eWood
Wood JNow O ow and nnt then the two man en entertain enterin antertain ¬
tertain terin the spectators with a fistic fstc en enoounter onaounter encounter
counter Just to enliven enlven the te proceedings proceedingsafter proeedlngo proeedlngoater proceedingsafter
after ater which each apologizes to the other otherand oter oteraod otherand
and to the audience and then ten they re resume resume resume ¬
sume their discussion In the gov governors gv gvernors govoxnors ¬
ernors first frt match with Judge Wood Woodpeace Woo Woodpeace
peace poce was maintained mnlntired by b his hI assurance assurancethat asurnce asurncethat assurancethat
that while whie he believed boleO the te court curt of ofwhich otwhich ofwhich
which Judge Wood Woo is a member menber to be becorrupt becorpt becorrupt
corrupt corpt yet et he bad the highest respect respectfor respt respttor respectfor
for the te Judge himself hiselt In the second secondencounter secondencounter secondencounter
encounter the Judge knocked the te guy governor gv gveror guyoxnor ¬
ernor eror oft of the platform platorm The third thir en encounter encounter encounter ¬
counter was complicated complcte by the te pres presence prese presonce ¬
once e Qe of Mr Vandeventer who thinks thinkshe thInk thinkshe
he h is a third candidate The governor governorobjected goveror goverorobjectt govarnorobjected
objected objectt to Including him In a Joint de debate de debto dobate ¬
bate bto because he was wa not in the same sameclass sameclass sameclass
class with vlh himself and Judge Wood as ashe a ashe
he had hld no strength stNngh and ad was wa not run running rn rnning running ¬
ning for any good purpose purse Vande Vandeventer Yade Yadeventer Vandeventer ¬
venter called cone the th governor a contempti contemptible contempUble contemptible ¬
ble liar lar and each eih grabbed gbbe a chair but butJudge bt btJudge butJudge
Judge Wood Vod and the governors more secretary seare searetnr moretary ¬
tary tnr prevented the use of these lhee deadly deadlyweapons deadlyweapons deadlyweapons
weapons The most curious curous thing about abmitthis nbwtthis aboutthis
this campaign Cmpign in the fiery foO and ad untamed untamedState unte untamedState
State of Arkansas Atknsos is that in all these theseencounters tee teeencounter theseencounters
encounters encounter no one seems to t have had a agun asun agun
gun or a knife knie Fists and chairs and andother andother andother
other extemporaneous extemporneus weapons wepons are tho thoonly to toonl thoonly
only onl ones mentioned mentionedThe mentoned mentonedThe mentionedThe
The Drift of Public Opinion OpinionDort OpinionDetroit
Detroit Dort Tribune Tne If I William lm Alden Aw Smith Smithwowkl SU SUstuy Sjlthwould
would study stuy landscape ndaJ areUtoctwr ara he might m at atleast it itle itleest
least le learn ler how IH to t lay lyot out JuHte J Qteear o Btttrtws Btttrtwsproporly Bw Bwltl Bticvwproperly
properly proporlyNtehville properlyYathvflle ltl
ltlNrle Nrle Ntehville Banwr Bn Mr r Qonwas s claims daim to toregularity t tr toregwlerity
regularity r lr apply ap to t kfe W iwvfeg r feted Ttf f fr r T Mr MrBryan Mrflr3u I
Bryan DrR in spite of o his h dtstgrcoKent d t with itb Bnan Bnanpolicies DI3n DI3np flrsnpolicies
policies 3pe Hi Uk acttoM Ht la I febatfag f tariff trf tan ref < nn nnthe I Ith rnthe
the th p principal papl fesuo on O wMelt w a Democratic DemocraticPresWent IO3tl IemoerakPrashlent
PresWent Ptldet awl Owgress Cgl mmgrcss bid b I beea e chosen dlon vas visfrom vasfree 1 1fr
from fr a party prQ paint pnt e Si X 1ea w a a wry w irregular irregularproceeding ig irregularprootediug
proceeding proceedingPittobwrg prID prIDPltbg prootediugPitisbeeg
Pittobwrg Pltbg Past Po It I was Slai Shakespeare par N < who wl rrh m mde mdetht rnIethat do dotbat
that tht geographical ggpc1 mistake ni ndet of o alluding aluing t > HW HWsJ the thesesgkt < TM TMseagirt
seagirt sJ coats c of o Rokemia na but that tat was n Jf JfSI1to < > as asccstir saoeML
ccstir oeML as Senoter SI1to Hanois Uas effort e to p < mia n r rthe j jtM < te tethe
the people ef e Ohio 0110 < ey y MM M seat pay Est Est Eastern < rn slD slDowners s1 p pmenses
owners owner pp a bounty IMnt Ohio 0 people e know knw tTrlr tTrlrgeography tb tbty t nt ntgeography
geography ty and nd buN Id onto their t pocketbooks pocketbooksKansot pktt pockctboktSassie OK OKKR
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of af an H ambassador nb or those t days syS 1 i if to t make makf g gfeng < xl xlfooling d dfeeling
fooling feng between btw his I own o oowitry eu toast anil ano the ne neto n nto neto
to which whi Ue is I odclaUj GIU assigned we arc Ui tvtt tvttsure nltsn umtMiEn
sure sn that UWt Great Britain DrtlR gould Q d do < k > btt btt4 batter < r than thantil thn thntt ttae ttaeI
til tt I appoint appnt Sir SrTm Thomas Upton LI to the vacancy vacancyt vaauryat nIT nITt
at t Washington WashingtonNew Wasdng WasdngNI WaskingtoaNe
New NI Ne York Stall 11 fewl II sml Kxpns Colrnel otnI YITI e < > nng nnghhtod mgbleed
bleed Ihl has S dfecoverat dn that Republicans RpphilJ ratimt ratimtcarry fJnt fJntel ejuSittsr
Alabama Thk spirit of original iovsti iovstigatlen inistigatien
carry el tsr AJbl T I 0 oign1 iot
gatlen gtn among nmnl our professfeaal Itet politicians pltcims Je6orv de Je Joserves
6orv 6 serves s encouragement encouragementCMeogo en encouragementChteog r m9nt m9ntCfep
CMeogo Cfep Trllwne Tlln If 1 Tarn T Johnson Jolmn Ottjosat Ottjosatknow dsenthso
know kl hso when n he h la i Hcked 1ckc he h cliosnt dIt d cant ktww ktwwenough h tW tWnO uw uwenou5k
enough nO to be h governor wPr of Ohio OhioBoston Ohiolstnn OhioIketon
Boston lstnn Globe Gob Senator SatO Thomas Thma < Ht lTe Her patt pattas lhtt lhttbas Iitthas
bas as formally fomlal announced annunw that he hI is i to wed this tLiamonth tt1 thismonth
month For or a man of seventy JntJ he acts ai hke Ike sixty

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