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6 THE T1wA1NrONTIMES WASHINGTON V TIMES TI IES SUNDAY JUNE 12 1001 tun
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SUNDAY JUNE 12 1 1 1 lltJ lltJOUf i4Our W WOur
Our Hepless He pless Government
The Colorado strike war demon demonstrates demonstrates ¬
strates once more a fact which has hascome hascome hascome
come up for r observation in half a adozen adozen
dozen ways within ten years yearsthat yearsthatthere yoarethatthere that thatthere
there is a screw loose 0010 somewhere in inour Inour Inour
our system of governmentWe government governmentWe overnmcrn overnmcrnr0
We r0 are at present pre ent in a situation situationquite situationquite situationquite
quite anomalous The rioting in Col Colorado Colorado Coloraclo ¬
orado affects not only nly the citizens of ofpeople ofthat ofthat
that State but the interests of many manjpeople manypeople
people in other States and possibly possiblythe p08tJiblythe possiblythe
the lives of nonresidents who may mayhappen mayhappen mayhappen
happen to b 1 there for the time timeSuch timeSuch timeSuch
Such a condition of affairs in Cen Central Central CentELl ¬
tral America in Venezuela Vcncsuelan in Haiti Haitiin Haitiin Haitiin
in Morocco or in China would lead to totalk totalk totalk
talk of intervention by the Washing Washington Washington Yashington ¬
ton Government to protect American Americaninterests Amcrlcanintcre AmericanInterests
interests intcre ts If it involved ae a many manyAmerican manr manrAmerIcan manyAmerican
American interests intore ts as a there are of the theinterests theinterests theInterests
interests of nonresidents of Colorado Coloradoinvolved Coloradoinvolved ColoradoInvolved
involved in the present pre ent difficulty difficultyNot dlmcultjNot difficultyNot
Not Only On is there no such talk of ofFederal ofFederal ofFederal
Federal intervention but such action actionon acllonon actionon
on the part of the President Pro ldent would be beimpossible befmp08ible beImpossible
impossible unless the transportation transportationor
or the mails or the safety of Federal Federalbuildings Federalbuildings Federalbuildings
buildings were threatened thretenoddevolop thretenoddevolopments develop i iments
ments not likely to take place Our OuriGovernment OurGoernment OurGovernment
Government can help keep order out outside outside ¬
side our own country but not in it itThat it ItThat
That is a peculiar restriction of duty dutyPrecisely dutPrecisely dutyPrecisely
Precisely the same obstacle was en encountered encountered oncountered ¬
countered nearly near two years P rs ago in indealing indeaUng Indealing
dealing with the coal strike a gigan gigantic gipntic gigantic ¬
tic conflict which affected the busi business busln busifleas ¬
ness n 8 Interests the comfort and the therights therights therights
rights of the whole country and then thenas thenas thenas
as now it proved insurmountable insurmountableWe
We have been for three generations generationstolerating generationstOlerating generationstolerating
tolerating that monstrous anachron anachronism anachronIim lDachronIpm ¬
ism polygamy in the State of Utah Utahbecause Utahb Utahbecause
because b u e it did not Interfere with the theworkings tbeworklD theworkings
workings 8B of the Postoffico Depart Department Dopartment Department ¬
ment or any an dthor dtherstrlctJy strictly Federal Foderal1n In ¬
stitution stitutionThe stitutlonThe
The United States Government can cansend cansend cansend
send officers into the Appalachian Appalachianbackwoods Appalachianbackwoods
backwoods to carry on guerrilla guerrillaw war warfare warrare r rfare ¬
I
fare against ignorant people who whomake whomake whomake
make whisky without a license but if ifan Ian ifan
an entire State repudiates the later lateramendments lateramendments lateramendments
amendments of the Constitution there thereIs thereis thereIs
Is nothing which can be done about aboutit aboutit aboutit
it and nothing could be done about aboutany aboutany 1
any number of lynching by stake stakeand stakeand I
and torture unless unl the State authori authorities allthorl1 allthorl1ties authorj1tleschosetodolt ¬
ties tleschosetodolt chose e to do iL iLIf I
It any one State saw fit to revive revivepersecution revivepereectttlon revivepersecution
persecution for witchcraft it is hard hardto hardto
to see what the Government at Wash Washington Washlngton Vaahington ¬ I
ington could do though a member of ofCongress ofCongress
i
Congress from another State should shouldchance sbouldchance shouldchance
chance to be among the martyrs martyrsLawlessness martyrsLawlessness
Lawlessness in k any part of the thecountry tbecountry thecountry I
country reflects reflcct uT Jron > on the reputation reputationof r I utatIon
of the whole people and ultimately ultimatelyaffects ultlmatel ultimatelyaffects I
affects the whole people peopllbut peophC but there is isnothing Isnothing isnothing t I
nothing which the lawabiding people peoplein peoplein peopleIn
in other sections BeetlO can do to protect protectthemselves protectthemselves protectthemselves
themselves themselvesTo
To give more power to the Execu Executive Executive Exocutive ¬
tive would manifestly manft be e dangerous dangerousTo i
To give more power to Congress hyj hyjway by byway I Iway I I
way of strengthening the central Gov Goveminent Coycrnment I Icrnmcnt
eminent might not b be Th The fact is iswo iswa
wo have here the old question of ofStates o oStates ofStates
States Rights Rl < hta over again absolutely absolutelyunsettled a1MoJutelyunsettled absolutelyunsettled
unsettled unsettledUnless unsettledUnlna unsettledUnless
Unless the tit country untry as a whole is iscontent 115content Iscontent
content to occupy Occupy itself with tu tuquoque tuquoque tuquoque
quoque argument each State excus excusing excuslug ¬
lug its own lawlan lawlessness by pointing pointingto
to the pet outrage of some other otherState otherState
State it will soon become obvious obviousthat obviousthat
that some way will have to be found foundto fouudto foundto
to stop local lawleaeaes if it goes goestoo gosstoo
too far by the anrtfcatioa of acme acmeprincips
principle aida to that of international internationallaw
law
Free Ice IceThe IceThe IceThe I
The news that free freefee ice will be pro provided proided provided ¬
vided ided for children and sick people in infamilies InfamJHea infamilies
families which wl eh cannot afford to buy buyit buyit buyIt
it for themselves t auelY will be weleo welcome to toall toall toall
all rightthinking rt bttbfukl people of Washing Washington Washington aaIItq aaIItqton ¬
ton and the fact that this tl e geaeroua geaerouaprovision geasraisprovlsloa OM OMproisloa
provision is made by some ybOan JiIIIJaItt pfla pflathropist ybOanthropist
thropist t who refuse r to allow fete fetename Jdaname kisname
name to be disclosed Ss still dll more morepleasant JDONpleuaDt atrspleasant
pleasant to think of ofRich oCRich ofRich
Rich people might t in 1 fact fMt save mvathemselves savethemselvss 8 8themI
themselves themI a great rt deal of trouble troabl8adopUq by byadopting byadopting
adopting the anonymous method of ofdoing otdoing cCdoing
doing good to their t fellow men Sup Suppose Sappose ¬
pose for instance tm t pMtaothroptet pMtaothroptethad pil piantbroihad
had allowed his name to be pub published pablished ¬
lished he b would Inunamaiety JDlIM t4IIy have havebeea byebeM havebeen
been postered out of Me life by peo people NOpic psopie ¬
pie wh Vth t wanted hint hi to pay their gro grocery poCfry grecery ¬
cery bills their butchers Mile ItUI and andtheir aa aatheir andtheir
their faro to St Louis and he al mlgbtalso t l ht htalso
also have hay beem receiving r aoonymou aoonymouJettets eacaymossletters IDOIUI IDOIUIJPUQD
letters from cranks threatening tltrltt in incas4f litcasf inca
cas4f ca of his not placing hundred kItJIdr dollar dollarbJllfi dollar1Jm dolkrbIII
1Jm bJllfi on his III doorstop dlx r p at a aUrn aerteta aertetatime Qljrmtimo
time Urn to drop a stick tlck of dynamite
down his chimney Sometimes the thechildren thechildren thechildren
children of light are wise wl o in their theirgeneration tbeirgeneration thairgeneration
generation generationA
A more useful charity larlty than this has hasnot hasnot hasnot
not not been known in Washington Ice Icein Icein
in such a climate as this is practi practically practicallr practically ¬ I
cally a necessary necessar of life and the chil children children children ¬
dren of the poor have in times past pastbeen pnstbeen pastbeen
been reduced to getting it from du dubious dubioUK dublous ¬
bious places placesHenry placesHenT placesHenrj
Henry HenT Cabot Lodge LodgeMassachusetts Lodgel188Mchl LodgeMassachusetts
Massachusetts l188Mchl etts is gravely discussing discussingwhether discussingwhether
whether Senator Henry Cabot Lodge LodgeIs
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Is Ii a firstclass s representative repr entaUe of the thescholar thescholar theocholar
scholar In politics Palpably that de depends doponds ¬
pends on what standard one is main maintaining maintaining maintaming ¬
taining If the standard standard be success successplainly successplainly successplainly
plainly Senator Lodge is He has hasMassachusetts hasllusachuselts hasMassachusetts
Massachusetts by the throat throat for one onething onething onething
thing and it takes a successful man to todo todo todo
do that thatHowever thaLHowever thatHowever
However if one one moans by the schol scholar scholar scholar ¬
ar in politics the chap who stands standsaloof standsaloof standsaloof
aloof from the fray fra and regards life lIfeas lifeas
as a philosophic study study and politics as asa asa asa
a statesmanlike state manUke pursuit in which the theoffice theoffice theoffice
office seeks the man it may m y be that thatthe thatthe thatthe
the man from Nahant is not a com complete complete cornplete ¬
plete success
Just as there are two kinds of ac actors actors actors ¬
tors so there are two kinds of poll politicians po11tlclans pollticians ¬
ticians One variety of actor acts be because be because because ¬
cause he cannot help it it Char Character Character Character ¬
acter impersonation bubbles out of ofhim of111m ofhim
him and he expresses character chlracter as a amatter amatter amatter
matter of course The elder Booth Boothwas BoothWas Boothwas
was a notable example of that class classThe c classThe ass assThe
The second variety of actor is an in intellectual Intellectual Inteliectual ¬
tellectual triumph He wins by men memtal mttltal mental
tal analysis of character and by care careful careftit careiul ¬
ful study of gesture and expression expressionSuch expressionSuch expressionSuch
Such a one is Richard Mansfield MansfieldPresident lIansfiedPresident MansfieldPresident
President Roosevelt is a politician politiciancorresponding pol1UclanCOfl politiciancoriesponding
corresponding COfl etIIpondlng to the thoflrst first type of ac actor actor actor ¬
tor He is naturally democratic democraticHe democraticHe democraticHe
He instinctively knows the people peopleand peopleand
and he instinctively does the things thingsto
to win the people Henry Cabot CabotLodge CabotLodge CabotLodge
Lodge Is a politician corresponding corro pondIng to tothe tothe tothe
the actor of the second type He Heprojects Heprojects Heprojects
projects himself by a conscious men mental mental mental ¬
tal process proc into the attitude of the thepeople tbepeople thepeople
people and acts accordingly hcco inlly But he hedoes hedo hedoes
does do not really feel his part partThe partThe partThe
The practical results of Cf those tho e differ different different different ¬
ent methods are that the first man manmay manmay manmay
may make mistakes galore and still stillkaep stillkeep stillkeep
keep the love and respect of those thosewho tholleII thosewho
who cast the votes But let the sec second aecond seeond ¬
II ond man blunder over so little in sis sising siz sizing sinIng
ing up the situation and he is isdoomed Isdoomed isdoomed
doomed For his personality has hasgained h lta ltagained
gained him no personal adherents adherentsBorn adherentsnorn adherentsI3orn
Born and bred in an aielo al1doPuUc < ialic old oldBoston oldBoston
Boston atmosphere Henry Cabot CabotT CabotLdge bot
T rlge rdge bus never In liven en In his heart f fhearts rhearts 1hearth
hearts anything but an aristocrat and andhis andbls andhis
his failure to gain a strong hold on oneither oneither oneither
either his constituency or the country countryat
at large uge may ma be traced directly to the thefact thefact thefact
fact that both his constituents and andthe anlthe antithe
the country at large instinctly feel feelthat foelthat foolthat
that they do not know lmo the real man manLabors manLabors manLabors
Labors Methods
President Benjamin Benjamin Schlesingar Schlo lngor of ofInternational ofInternational ofInternational
International Ladies Garment Work Workers Workera Vorkers ¬
ers Union made the statement in inhis inhis inhis
his annual address 8 in Boston that thatrather thatrather thatrather
rather than accept the open shop it itwould Itwould itwould
would be better for the workers to totie totie totie
tie up the trade everywhere everywhereSuch everywhereSuch everywhereSuch
Such a remark showing so little littlecomprehension JltUecomprehension littlecomprehension
comprehension of the ethics of the thesituation thesituation thesituation
situation which In reality are the thefundamentals thetundamenta1a thefundamentals
fundamentals of the situation fosters fostersthe foet fostersthe N Nthe
the belief that the union of which whichMr whlcltMr whichMr
Mr Sehleeingor is president pro ldent is not notfulfilling notfulftUiOC notfulfilling
fulfilling its chlof duty to Its mem members members mornhers ¬
bers that of so educating them by byprecept byprecept byprecept
precept and example that their views viewsshall viewsshall viewsshall
shall be righteous rl hteous broadminded broadmindedand brOAdmindedand broadmindedand
and Impersonal and their actions actionsprogressive acUonsprocrtv actionsprogresstv
progressive constructive and nndot nndotfectty6 v of offective effecttvo
fective fectiveIt fectty6It fecttvoIt
It may IDA be stated as a a basic fact factthe factthe
the right thing Is I the only thing lhln < that thatwill thatwIll thatwill
will win in the long ong run It plainly plainlyis
is i not right to tie up a whole trade tradeto tradeto tradeto
to punish punl a part of that trade tIde An Anemployer Anemployer Anemployer
employer who is J on the square squareshould
should be protected by tho labor Jaborunion laborunions
unions even at the expense of their theirown theirown
own immediate material interest for forsuch forSUCll forsuch
such an employer is I a real gain from fromtho tromthe fromthe
the ranks of the enemy enemyThe enemylhe enemyThe
The whole human race makes a aheap aheap
heap of trouble for itself by con constantly constaBU constantly ¬
stantly staBU tumbling into the fallacy of ofthe oftbe ofthe
the universal Human affairs are al always alway 1 1ways ¬
ways way specific and the biggest t thing thingabout thingabout
about a generalization is always the thenumber thenumber thenumber
number of exceptions that gather in inits Ini8 inIts
its wake The great battle between betweenlabor betweenlabor betweenlabor
labor and capital must um t be fought in Inptceemeal InI
I piecemeal and peacefully or else elsethose eillethOH elsethose
those who think they the are winning winningby wnni wnnib winningby
by b brute force will 111 And themselves themselvesthe themeelvethe themselvesthe
the actual losers in the long run runThe runThe runThe
The open shop may be right or it itmay Itmay Itmay
may be wrong We are not arguing arguingthat arpfatbat arguingthat
that question But we do maintain maintainthat maintainthat maintainthat
that to attempt to stamp out an evil evilby e1llby evilby
by destroying both good ood and evil is islike IUke Islike
like trying yta to save a dcklod of lust lumber htJftbel lustbet ¬
bet by sinking th < chip thipThe chipThe p pThe
The Scholastic Peril PerilThis Periln18 PerilThis
This Is the sesoa on of tile baeeatou baeeatoureate bacealearests CClMti CClMtirte
rte which wille once a theological tJleoIoctCIaM 1s 1scds4ost w wofaeeion
ofaeeion aM hUqr Iti aicj a pWkJnopfcieaJ pidlallollea1aT es essay ¬
say now reflects the spirit rtt of the day dayby dayby Y
by deaitec academically ksl17 with modem modemsociological rodrai CHlera CHlera8OdoIocIeal
sociological i problems problemsGiven PIObemsI p pGiven
Given Glv to those about to step forth forthinto torL1lato forthinto
I into life M the flnal nJ word of coun counsel eo1aI ¬
sel by men whose wh ripe rip experience and andthoughtful aadtJlfMl andtboeghttiui
I thoughtful tJlfMl research has earned them litemthe themthe themthe
the right t to speak with authority the thabaccalaureate theler2vreate
I baccalaureate is a really ran weighty in influence InI InI ¬
fluence a nee It hi important
I I therefore thereforethat therefore thereforethat thereforeI
I that its influence should be on the theright tit titrtPt theilght
right rtPtUJltortuDtCJIT aide aideU sIdeUzforthnateiy
U UJltortuDtCJIT ortunialy pesetinJem iim m Ia a fit fitBall pfttall pitku
Ball perpetually dug for the feet of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the unwary student in whom nipro
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portioned romanticism is overpronu overpronuto
to belittle the merits m rits of the present presentin
in comparison with the illusionary illusionaryglamours IllusionalglamouJS Illusionaryglamours
glamours of an idealized past A ten tendency tendencj tendency ¬
dency toward pessimistic condemna condemnation condemnation condemnation ¬
tion is the scholaTic peril lurking in inthe Inthe inthe
the modern bad1 bacl aureate aureateOne mreateOne ureate ureateOne
One thing which makes President PresidentEliot PresidentEliot PresidentEliot
Eliot of Harvrml HarY Tl foremost t among amongmen amongmen amongmen
men of his calling is the sympathy sympathywith sympathywith sympathywith
with his times which he has kept keptalive Iteptalive keptalive
alive by constant touch with all allclasses allclaS allclasses
classes claS es and conditions of men It is ishis Ishis ishis
his excellent fortune therefore to be beable beable beable
able to criticise his times from the thestandpoint thestandpoint thestandpoint
standpoint of an outsider who has hasexclusive hasixclusive hasoxciusive
exclusive and reliable information informationfrom Informationfrom informationfrom
from the inside insideHad Insl InsideHad e eHad
Had President Raymond of Union UnionCollege UnionCollege UnionCollege
College been thus equipped for the thecritical thecritical thecritical
critical fray lIe would not have given givena
a onesided and erroneous view iew of oftho ofthe ofthe
the political situation by saying In Inspeaking Inspealdng inspeaking
speaking of corporations and their theirlegislative theIrlegislative theirlegislative
legislative influences influencesWe InfiuencesVe influencesWe
We Ve are forced to believe that the thegovernment thegoyernment thegovernment
government of the people by the thepeople thepeople thepeople
people and for the people for which whichour whichour whichour
our fathers fought fo ght Is todayv today toda more of ofa ofa ofa
a theory than a reality realityThe rerilltyu rerilltyuTheclement realityTheelement
The Theclement element of truth in President PresidentRaymonds ProsIdentRaymonds I IRaymonds
Raymonds premise only makes more moredangerous moredangerous j jdangerous
dangerous the error of his implied impliedconclusion impliedconclusion impliedconclusion
conclusion that the country is in a adecadent adecadent adecadent
decadent condition condition Tho wrongful wrongfullegislative wrongfullegillative wrongfullegislative
legislative domination of corporations corporationsis corpointionsis
is not to be bedenfed denied but the govern government goyernment government ¬
ment of the people is no less a reality realityon
on that account accountThe accounLThe accountThe
The important fact at the present presentmoment pre presentmoment ont ontmomont
moment is the general awakening to tothe tothe tothe
the conditions gn n the the part of the peo people people peopie ¬
ple What is needed is not warning warningbut warningbut warningbut
but instruction instru tlon as to the best reform reformatory reformator reformatory ¬
atory ator method in order that calmness calmnesswisdom caimneawisdom calmnesswisdom
wisdom and justice may prevail in indealing Indeal1ng indealing
dealing with wl h the evil of corporative corporativeInfluence corpo corporativeInfluence tive tiveInfluence
Influence Instead of dwelling on a aselfevident a5fIrevident aselfevident
selfevident error those thosewho who stand in intho Intho inthe
tho mental and moral vanguard vanguardshould vanguardshould vanguardshould
should be devising means to accom accomplish accomI accompUsh ¬
I pUsh the destruction of the error by byweapons byI byweapons
I weapons of peace lost unprotected unprotectedreform unproteeteclI unprotectedreform
I reform become the victim yJc tIm > of hatred hatredand hatredand hatredand
and revenge revengeAn revengeAn revengeAn
An xray operator failed to discover discoverMia dscover1m discoverMIss
1m MIss Mia Roosevelts Roo heart but if she he has hasgiven hKSglvon hasgiven
given it away th the Iucky possessor r can cannot a anot ¬
not bo blamed for holding on to it itThrough IL ILTbrough ItThrough
Through the detective det < tlve work of a small smallboy smallbo smallboy
boy bo Government authorities have been beenI beenable beenable
I able to break up a New York counter counterfelting count countfelting counterfelting <
felting gang Score one for the th dime dimenovel climeno dimenoe1
novel novelIClng no noe1King el elI
I King Edward has conferred upon Mol Molba Melha Ol Olbe
ba the decoration for science art and andmusic andmusic I Imuelc
music the first woman to be thus hon honored hoeored ¬ I Iored
ored Still the same me susceptible s Uble Ed Edward EdI d dward ¬
ward wardA wardA wardA
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A warrant has been Issued for Law Lawyer LawI LawIyer Lawyer ¬
yer Fields who Is charged with embfos embfoszlement embeszlement
zlement and the authorities rather Im Imply ImP impl ¬
ply P pl that tha t they know where he i 111 It Is Isup Isup Isup
up to them to prove It ItIt fl flIt ItIt
It 1 11 not true that Speaker Cannon Cannonnag Cannonbail Cannonline
nag been b consulting connUh a celebrated lebrR ted pay psychologist p87ch paycbelogtst ¬
chologist ch Jtst about the possibility of hypno hypnotizing hypnotlzlns hypnotizing ¬
tizing a man to make him become Vice ViceI VicePresident
I President t against agai 8t lila will
Democratic editors are re already alr y begin beginning bsnnlng beginfling ¬
fling to abuse the President for the In Intensions Interftlows inteeltions ¬
tensions they think he has about filling fillingMr ftJUngMr tillingMr
Mr Knoxs place In the Cabinet CabinetA CaLI net netA
A thief In a store in the northeast t pre pretended pretended pretended ¬
tended to talk over the telephone while whilehe whilehe whilehe
he robbed the safe sat The thief should shouldhave ahouldhave shouldhave
have got the proprietor to ask k Central Centralfor CentrJ1tor Centralfor
for the number then he would have had hadtime badtime hadtime
time to loot the entire entl premises premisesMr lKemtaMr premisesMr
Mr Zinkhan the new intendant at atthe atthe atthe
the workhouse workbo finds that In the female femaleward femaleward femaleward
ward there is I no protection prole < tloll against fire fireThat IIr6rhat flr flrrhat
rhat is one of the oversights which whichwould whichwoulel whichwould
would probably in the event of sect accident aeddent sectdent ¬
dent be called a burning disgrace to the theDtetrtet thtDltttrkt thuDistrict
Dtetrtet DtetrtetCleopatra DltttrktClopatra DistrictCleopatra
Cleopatra achieved some me renown by bydrinking bydrinking bydrinking
drinking a pearl dissolved In vinegar vinegarbut vinegarbut Inegarbut
but there are hundreds of thousaixls 8 of ofpeople orpeoplQ ofpeople
people at thus present minute drinking drinkingMaryland drinkingMaryland rlnklna10larylancl
Maryland real r l estate e tate by the quart die dissolved dl dlaolYed diesolved ¬
solved in Potomac water and not get getting setti getUng ¬
ting ti into history at all allWhen allVhen allWhen
When Filipinos visiting Washington Washingtonexclaim W3ehSngtoexclaim Wahln < ton toneulalm
exclaim with one voice Viva Bill Taft Taftthe Tanthe Taftthe
the Secretary has a reason to point pointwith potnlUb pointwith
with Ub pride No cut and a d dried instruc instructions lnalructlons instruetions ¬
tions ever made a delegation put It ltcheor Itche itcheer
cheer che > r in that form It la I spontaneous spontaneouscordiality spontaneouscordiality spontaneouscordiality
cordiality that is what hat it in inWashlngtonlans I IVashlnstonlaDII IsWashingtonians
Washingtonians who ho are JlredeparUng departing for forvarious foroarlou forvarious
various seaside reports re orta should remember rememberthat rememberthat rememberthat
that whatever may may be said Id about the thesea thesea thesea
sea serpent > It depends largely upon uponmens uponI uponmens
mens habits whether in course of their theirvacations theirvacations theirvacations
I
vacations they see serpents r nta seesaw IHe aw or ormerely ormrely ormerely
merely and Innocently Innocenti seaside seasideItwould I seasideItwould slde sldeItWOUld
Itwould be an awful thing if Judge JudgeParker JUflgfePalker JudgeParker
Parker should be nominated and elect elected eletd elected
ed to the Presidency and when stand standing standing taoo taooInK ¬
ing on the steps Jlel 8 of the Capitol should shouldsuddenly shouldsuddenly houldsuddenl
suddenly suddenl discover that his long silence silencehad alIeneeha silencehad
had ha so affected fttrfet his hi voice olce that he could couldnot couldnot couldnot
not deliver the Inaugural address addressThere addressThere 8 8There
There are various opinions as a to what whatwill whatwill whatwill
will happen when Gorman meets meei Hill Hillia HiliIa 1111In
ia the Democratic convention It may maybe
I be an uphill rood but Qorman i Is used usedto U8edI usedto
to that and = ome me e eople l > > around in this thisneybborhooil tbl tblI thisnehborhood
I ne neybborhooil bborhOOl have bav an idea klE that the theMaryland theI theMaylnnd
I
I Maryland land boss wi w 1 tunnel right rightthrough riClttI rightthrough
I through throusbTHE throughTHE throughTHE
THE OU5FASHIOKED Or F ASIHONItD FLOWERS FLOWERSThe FLOWERSThe LOWlIRSTbe
The dear oldfashioned Mowers MowersI
I loved Jov IH days of o yor yorTheir 1 1Thetr yore yoreTheir
Their beauty and Jtd their fragrance fragranceWin tra fragrancevIu e em
Win m never charm me ere utcreCoftttetttsh ereCttta nereCoenettiJia
Coftttetttsh Cttta blackeyed b1ackectThe sosatm sosatmThe n nThe
The crimson colmnbtoc colmnbtocPetunias eoIllllltdaePtur1u eoIussitdsaePturlas
Petunias pinks aU and udIlr poppies poppiesHeartsease puppiesIkrtaesse
Heartsease Ilr and eglantine eglantineTh cuHand cgiaatlneThe
Th The MMrtgoMs and phloxea phloxeaCockscombs plalccMCoe pkIoxesCoekcois
Cockscombs Coe and hollyhocks h llytlockanIe koflyhocksThe hollyhocksThe
The dainty lady rT sippers sJnpraThe sippersThe
The T tardy tard fouroctoelcs fouroctoelcsThe tourodOebThe touroetoeksThe
The gbden gt4denrlnmed 4fftr1at1ll rlmiaed sunflowers sunflowersgo au lowclltproud
go o gaudy proud and tall tallThe taUThe tallThe
The truant tnLTINt mornta ornstg gVxto gVxtoThat oiia oiiaThat
That TINt t death the garden I1l wall wallVerbenas wallerlteltAlt wailVerteenas
Verbenas erlteltAlt china 11I asters astersSnowballs utenSItowbaU astersnowbaUs
Snowballs and itfbhas Ubi gay gayThe 7net wThe
The etovw Ii thelneadew tlte tkebtdowaThe thelneadewThe Iwa IwaTM
The scent nl of new tcown own bay havThe bayI hayThe
I t Of OfThe
The dear oldfiuhfo o1c1lIurhlotwd d school hool girls gfrtoI
I loved In I flays CIa of yore yoreBo yoreo
Bo o pretty lrt print and prudish prudishThcfr IKu IKulhlfr prudislliir
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LIBRARY EXHIBIT mmCollection EXHIBITAT EXHIBITAT
AT ST lOUIS FAIR FAIRCollection FAIftCo1Iectio
Collection of Portraits of olThomas ofTholnas ofThomas
Thomas Jefferson JeffersonHISTORICAL J JeffersonHISTORICAL effersollHIS
HISTORICAL HIS TOR I C A L DOCUMENTS DOCUMENTSMaps D06UMENTSMaps DOGUMENTSMaps
Maps and and Letters Pertaining Pertai ing to Lou Louisiana Louisiana Louisiana ¬
isiana Purchase Shown ShownMusic ShownMusic ShownMusic
Music Music Exhibit ExhibitOur ExhibitOur ExhibitOur
Our aim in making the exhibit of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the Library Llbrar of Congress > at att St Louis Louissaid Louissaid Louissaid
said Dr Roland P Falkner In charge chargeof ohnrgpof ohargeof
of this this display who has just returned returnedto retur d dto
to Washington 1n hlngton wns to typify t plrr as much muchMS muchMI muchas
MS pOt possible lblo the event which the Expo Exposition Exposition Expositlon ¬
sition represents In the transfer of the theLouisiana theLouisiana theLouisiana
Louisiana territory by France to the theUnited th thUnited theUnited
United States This Thl was possible possiblethrough possiblethrough possiblethrough
through tho aid of papers written at t that thattime thattime thattime
time documents and pictures of prom prominent prominlnt prominent ¬
inent persons of the th period etc ctcBut etcBut tc tcBut
But of course aside from this char characteristic characteristic characteristic ¬
acteristic the exhibit of the Library of ofCongress orCongress ofCongress
Congress at St St Louis Loulsoos has a still wider widersignificance widersignificance widersignificance
significance and will we believe at attract attract t ttmct ¬
tract the attention that it deserves deservesThis deserv deservThis deservesThis
This is the first time that the nations nationslibrary n nationslibrary tlon tlonIIbraIj
library has ovary made an exhibit of Its Itsworks 1tJ5works itsworks
works
No Precedent to Foilow FoilowWhen FoilowWhen FollowWhen
When the task was Intrusfsd to me meas meas meas
as chief of the division of manuscripts manuscriptsto rnanu crlpts crlptsto
to take charge of the preparation of an anexhibit anexhibit anexhibit
exhibit for St Louis it was naturally naturallya nflturan nflturana
a little perplexing perpl lnK at first to determine determineon
on just what linos to procee pr proceed The Theessential Thuessential IHt IHttMenth1
essential Idea which we had al alfront a ai4bs In Infront infront
front of us however was to Illustrate Illustratethe 1lI118tatethe Illustratethe
the function of otthe the library In tho pre preservation prervlUon preservatlon ¬
servation rvlUon of printed records of f the na nation ntldon naLion ¬
don tionFinally donFJnnll
Finally FJnnll the exhibit was mapped out outaft outa outaS
aft a follows followsI
1 The equipment resources meth methods methods ninthode ¬
ods of the Library of Congress
2 1 2 Its relation to the national libra libraries Ubl1lrlt6 librarine ¬
ries of the world worldS
S Relation to libraries of the United UnltodFtatee UnUodptates UnitedIn
Ftatee FtateeIn ptatesIn
In order to best convoy an idea of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the library itself we had a model con constructed oottf4truetflt coststructed ¬
structed by b Sculptor Barley of this thiscity thisell thiscity
city ell This Is a sectional View Iew ten foot footbroad featbroad Get GetbrOlld
broad by b four feet high The various variousdepartments variousdCJKrtmentJiJ variousdcpartments
departments and the organization Of Ofthe oCthe ofthe
the library Into divisions is typified typifiedThomas t typifiedThomas plfted plftedThom1s
Thomas Jefferson J efIerson Portraits PortraitsAside PortraitsA PortraitsAside
Aside A de from this model the visitors visitorsinterest vlJtorsInterest visitorsinterest
interest in the exhibit will doubtless be beflrst befirst befirst
first attracted by the collection of per portraits por portraits pertraits ¬
traits of Thomas Jefferson There are arethirtyeight arethirtyeight arethirtyeight
thirtyeight showing different concep conception ooncepUuI conceptin ¬
tion tin of artists and engravers One of ofthe orthe ofthe
the most mo t Interesting Intere InteresUn tln of these portraits portraitsIs
Is I that by b Koseiusko Ko This display l1I play is ismeant SnUUtt isnant
meant particularly to represent the thelibrarys thelIbntIj the1lbrara
librarys lIbntIj work in the preservation of ofpictures otplctures ofpictures
pictures picturesIn
In the manuscript division dlvl lon is to bo bofound boround befound
found a letter from Jefferson to An Andrew Antlrew Andrew ¬
drew Jackson on Informing him of tho ad advantages adantA advantages ¬
vantages antA es to accrue from the Louisiana LouisianaPurchase LoulelanaPurchase LouisianaPurchase
Purchase A specimen IB shown of th thlast the thelast thelast
last letter Jackson Jaek on ever wrot wrote rota It was wasaddreased wanaddressed lIS lISaddrf
addressed addrf ed to President Polk PolkAn PolkAn PolkAn
An interesting Intere tlns Jefferson letter is
that which blch ho wrote to Bonaparte on parte as aeFirst asFJrst asFirst
First Consul of the French republic republicadvising republicadYlatns republicadvising
advising him of tho appointment of ofMonroe orXonroe ofMonroe
Monroe u the first minister mlnl te to France FranceIn FranceIn FranceIn
In the manuscript division is a cot collection cotlectiost < 01 01lecUcNl ¬
lection of Journals and sketches of ofBaron orUaron ofBaron
Baron de Cloeen aidedecamp to toRochambeau toRochambeau toItochambeau
Rochambeau during tho Revolution RevolutionBaron RevolutionBaron RevolutienBron
Baron de Closen was an artist art1 t and andmade andmade andmade
made sketches of the prominent men m n ot otthat otthat otthat
that time Among the lot is a pencil pencildrawing pencildrawing encU encUdrawing
drawing of Mrs Washington made by byAlexander byAI byAlexander
Alexander AI xander Hamilton HamiltonMusic HamiltonMusic HamiltonMusic
Music Exhibit ExhibitIn
In tho music division the first piece pieceof pieceor pieceof
of music over copyrighted In St St Louie Louieis Lod8I Louisis
is I shown also a facslmlle of Handel HandelAJlelulh 1IandelAlleluiah Handels HandelsAllelulah
Allelulah Chorus and specimen ot otearly otAr ofearly
early Ar American books on mugtc tc an4 an4war an4war andwar
war songs songsThe 8OngsThe songsThe
The map division has maps particu particularly pttrUcularly perticularly ¬
larly applicable to the period of tho thoLouisiana thoLouisiana theLouisiana
Louisiana Purchase PurchaseIn
In the book division dlvl lon the display is I t tbe tbe tbe
be elaborate The George Washington WashingtonBible VashlngtonBible YaehIugtoaBible
Bible and the rtrst edition of the Mid MldHummer JlUdHummer Midsummer
Hummer Nights IKhts Dream Dre m are among the thevolumes tbev thevoumes
volumes v voumes umes picked out to be sent IM sentThe nL nLThe
AThe The whole exhibit occupies a floor floorspare floorspcue floorspace
spare of 30000 feet in the Government GovernmentBuilding GovernmentBuilding governmentBuilding
Building Pictures of other libraries are areshown areshown areshown
shown From an Inspection of these the thevisitor thetaltor thevisitor
visitor is Ii able to ascertain a cfOrtaln that tho thoLibrary thoLlbr theLibrary
Library Llbr r of Congress Con rtM is the largest build building buildIng building ¬
ing devoted to library collection In the theworld theVooId theworld
world worldi VooIdNO worldMEl
i DECISION EIS1 mm REACH EAE EO
UPON up PANA PA1AMA lA CURRENCY CURRENCYThe
The Joint commission created to de decide ticchin e ecld ¬
chin cld upon a systm of currency for forPanama CotPanam1 forPanama
Panama and the canal JIItMp tnp met yes yesterday y yttrday yesterday ¬
terday In the olflee of Secretory S t r Taft ToftIrthmtan TnftIPthmtlut TaftIsthmlsn
Irthmtan finance was discussed for formore tormore totmore
more than an hour but the th contmtosloii contmtosloiidid COAlIR IIII4HI IIII4HIdid
did not arrive at any definite decision decisionas de deI dedsiesas
as I to what bat sort of a system should be beadopted headoPted beadopted
adopted adoptedThe adoPtedThe adoptedThe
The commission will meet again arr1n next nextSaturday nxtSaturday nextSaturday
Saturday and at that time will probably probablyframe probablyframe probablyframe
frame a recommendation reocomllumda tlon to the remsbfie remsbfieof repabftcof
of Panama PanamaSecretary PaMmaIftTetar3 PanamaSecretary
Secretary Taft Rear Admiral Walker Walkerof Walkerof alkft alkftoC
of the U Panama Canal Commission John JohnBarrett JobnBartt JohnRtrrett
Barrett United States minister mlnl htr to Pan Panama Panama Panama ¬
ama and Judge Magoon the law officer officerof omceor offleerof
of the Bureau of Insular In ular Affair repre represented repreed reproseated ¬
seated ed the United States at the theconference tbfcoaCtoZCn th theoahrence
conference coaCtoZCn and the Isthmlun llthml l re republic te tepablko repitbile ¬
public was represented by Its It charge CM ehorgudairee
4 411 dairee > Caires Senor nor Aroeerocna HIM and Senors SenorsArias Smoraanll ScumsArias
Arias and Morales the txvo financial financialeontmisstoners t1iianciilsommissioners nnclalCOIIIIM
eontmisstoners COIIIIM ioneltl William lIIlant Nelson tllOn Crom Cromwell CromeU Cromwell ¬
well eU the attorney stLurn for the th C ew w Panama PanamaCanal 1 PanamaOsi 1UUftM 1UUftMCtt
Osi Canal al al Company and art Charles A Conant Conantalso ConantaIO Consistalso
aIO also attended aUen lll the conference conferenceA conf ontfrfn ontfrfnA rnc rncAt
A At y 1t t It has not Ixen determined determinedwhether IItfmlrKdwbtllo dofrrznfnedwbtthe
whether It would be better to have hav th threpublic tbiepubfic I IlepuWlc
republic make u use j of United States cur currency curreary urI ¬
rency or nuopt a system of its u own ownSecretary ownSecretary
Secretary Setr un Shaw is said ald to favor tbe ue ueof Utior useor
I or United trnlt l States money in Panama and andon anflOft antion
on th Lbs canal strip In fact this th is t delr delred cIf4lre tisaire
ed e by b ti many United States officiate but butPatiamxn mtI butPaismanu
Patiamxn Patlan objert to thin Uti and say such sucha tlch tlchrfeori1lnlnt
a recommendation rfeori1lnlnt a tlcn would nuld me mot t with withmuch withmuch i
I much 11 uh objcftlon O tlOI1 on the tli Isthmus and andmight audmllbt andmight
might rodiilt disastrously to valti valtiOn val valOn valtsOn
On the other hand the tb UniteO lnit States Statescannot Stat Stnteal1Qot Statcannot
cannot adopt Panama currency for u uon u4I ueon I
on the canal strip unless II the system of ofthe ofthe
the republic be founded on a cold old stand standprfl > tftnd tftndresnd I I Iril
prfl resnd ril and a liberal lIb lIl gold reserve bo pro prorhled proljJed proeIded
rhled U to > back up al silver money monc dud amiprevent dudiIrevsnt
prevent Pr iIrevsnt t Its vnlue vnlu from fluctuating with witht
t lI to al 1n rtt
Composition of Federal FederalAnd FederalAnd FederalAnd
And Confederate Armies ArmiesCurious ArmiesCurious ArmiesCurious
Curious Statistics Collected by C G Lee LeeThree LeeThree LeeThree
Three Hundred Thousand Southern Men MenFought MenFo MenFought
Fought Fo ght the Battles of the North
CaSsonove G Lee n recognized au authority authorlt authority ¬
thority thorlt on civil war statistics has pre prepared prepared prepared ¬
pared an interesting Intere tlns table showing the theenormous thenormOU8 theenormous
enormous numerical superiority of the theNorthern theNorthtrn theNorthern
Northern army arm over that of tho South Southduring Southdurlns Southduring
during the civil war warMr warMr warMr
Mr Lees figures lurc show that tho totnl totnlenlistments totnlenlistments totalenlistments
enlistments in the Northern army arm were Ver wereZTTB351
ZTTB351 27783 27 8301 < H as against G00000 In the Confed Confederate Conre Confedorate 1 1erate ¬
erate army armyThe arm armThe armyThe
The foreigners and negroos in the theNorthern theNorthern theNorthern
Northern army arm aggregated 680917 or
80917 more than the total strength of ofthe otthe ofthe
the Confederate Coned rate army armyThere armyThere armyThere
There were 31 3Il41 l men of Southern Southernbirth South Southernbirth rn rnbirth
birth In the Northern army armyMr armyMr armyMr
Mr Leos Leeapgures figures ures are as follows followsNorthern followsNorthern followsNorthern
Northern Army ArmyWhites ArmyWhlte ArmyWhites
Whites from the North 227233
Whites TJlItes from the South S lth 316I21
Negroes Ne oe 186017 11 > 1i011
Indians I IndiansTotal neIlanll asao asaoTotal 3511Total
Total TotalSouthern 27Ht30i 2 mat
Southern army armyNorths rm W4UX W4UXNorths D Dorths
Norths orths numerical superiority 217530 2178301In 21TS301In 1 1In
In the Northern orth > rn army there were wereGermans wereG wereGermans
Germans G man8 I76S90
Irish 1H20J IB2O
EDITORIAL OFFICE OFFICERMS OFFICERrS OFFICEILMS
RMS CAMPANLY CAMPANLYMonday CAMP CAMPANIAMonday ANL ANLMonda
Monday Monda June Cth 18W 904 100 pm pmReceived pmReccived pmReceIved
Received from the flarconi Sta Station Station Stalion ¬
tion at Poldhu England 800 800niles 800Miles 800IlIles
niles distant distantWAR distantWAR distantWAP
WAR NEWS NEWSAccording XEWSAccording NEWSAccording
According to a report from Admiral AdmiralTOgo AdmiralTOgo t1mlral t1mlralTIso
TOgo Wireless Talqgraph Ttl Telepauh lIh 3JlUqns 3JlUqnsttlfeb Stations StationsHave Stttionshave
Have ttlfeb bo bien en n erected erect en the promontory promontoryof
of r LiautiShtui LiautiShtuiExplosions LieutiShunExpiossons
I IExploston
Explosions occurred at Port Arthur Arthuron Arthuron
on Saturday Sctiurda from which hloh it is Inferred Inferredthat Inferredthat Inferredthat
that new batteries are being pre prepared preIMIred propared ¬
pared paredI paredNew IMIredNews paredNews
I
New News has has beon received In Paris Paristhat PltrJ PltrJthat Paristhat
that the Russian Army Arm Corps is axe executing nxeCUUDga axecutinga
cuting CUUDga a forced march southward southwardhaving southwardttnlng southwardhaving
having received urgent orders to re receeuny reun rececuny
ceeuny un LlauTung Peninsula and re relieve re relIee relieve ¬
lieve Port Arthur ArthurTIBET ArthurTIBET ArthurTIBET
TIBET EXPEDITION EXPEDITIONThe
The Tibet Expedition has f8 captured copturodtwo capturedtwo turod turodtwo
two of the enemys Runs un8 and nncf thqtc thQI is isa Isa Isa
a roport current that a Lhasa Gen General Goneml Gmcml ¬
eral has beon killed killedAMERICAN klllerlAIERICAN killedAMERICAN
AMERICAN NEWS NEWSA EWS EWSA
A distillery at Peoria Peerla 111 which is isconsidered Isc isconsidered
considered c n lderccJ to be the second largest in inthe Inth intb
the th world has boon destroyed de troyed by b ex explosions ex11CH enloelons ¬
plosions 11CH loelons O and lire 1M causing the death of often ort often
ten t persons rOns
KAIO iiT VUSSI ussi DEPOSED BEPUSEAT I IAT
AT RAISULIS DEMAND EAM EAMAppointment
Appointment cf New Governor of Tau Taugier Tangier
gier Concession to Bandit Chief ChiefFavorable ChicfFaomblc ChiefFavorable
Favorable Faomblc Indication IndicationPARIS Indicationl IndicationIATtIS
PARIS l AnIS Jun June 11 1lAc 11According According < oorl1lng to the theTemps th threm theTemps
rem Temps the appointment by the Sultan Sultanof Sultaftnr Sultanof
of Morocco of HarldElBarrada HarldJ IBrntda to be begovernor begovernor
governor gonrn r of Tangier hHs h ha favorably Mr Mrlireasftl ntpreasid r rIr
lireasftl Ir d the th population and is believed to toindicate tomclkte toindicate
indicate that a solution of the dillicuUJes dillicuUJesgrowing df11ieultlesJrrOwlns dillicultiesgrowing
growing out of 0 the demands of the thebandit thebandit I IbandJt
I Il
bandit Raiauli na uU for the ransom of M Mlertitctris
Iertllcirls l nlhtrIB and hs h companion c mlQnkm M I Var YurI Varlet Varloy
loy I let is near at hand handTh haudTho handThu
Th Tho authorities R remain slent rent relative relativetc relativtc
tc the tb course of the negotiations in or order urdel ortier ¬
del to fonc oneml < wil the concession cone t lon mado mud to toRnUull toRftl toItaisuil
RnUull Rftl uU This Is dono for fear of en encourHlrg enOurR eneouradrg
courHlrg OurR dr further outrages outrageKnld outragesKald outragesKniI
Knld Yusvl who was deposed el from his hisposition hispoitlon
position ot authority authorlt at the demand of ofItalSHli o
ItalSHli is one of the most valiant ot otMorotcos ot1orlKO otMoroccos
Morotcos warrior J and played plk e a promi prominent promlueftt prominest ¬
nest part in the campaign against apln t the theprtrttader thepnttnder theprettader
prtrttader prtrttaderCHILDREN prettaderCHILDREN I ICHILDREN
CHILDREN BITTEN BY DOG DOGWhile
While YhfJ playing In Takoma Park ye yeUTu j jtPrGe yes
UTu tPrGe y IBmm mml1 Blunt twelve years oars ojd o o1 o1and l1 l1and
and James King living on the Blair BlairHoad BlairBond
Road were bitten bltt m by b airs irs A j J I D nn nnlols n
lots pet dog do The animal was after afterward afterward
ward shot by Policeman Spear of tho thoronth thefuntit
Tonth precinct station Both children childrenI childrenwere
were w re bitten on the leg lot but neither n < lth r was wasIIrt
rtMI 111110 v JlllfC IIrt
British Americans AmericansEnglish 32109 32109ISnglish I
English EnglishOther Jtt JttOther tIIIJ tIIIJOther
Other nationalities naUon nationalitiesNegroes Utl IU > I INc
Negroes Nc NegroesTotal roes ISfttTotal ISftt SittiTotnl
Total TotalTotal tjtaifti tjtaiftiTotal ftiTotal
Total of Southern army armySouthern arm armSouthern armySouthern
Southern men in Northern army SMtftl SMtftlForeigners 113tForeigners 311111Foreigners
Foreigners ForeignersNegroes ftH ftHNegroes W4AK W4AKNegroes
Negroes NegroesTotal NegroesTotal 1IfItj 1IfItjTotal
Total TotalArmies
Armies at the Wars End EndAggregate EndAggrcgnte EndAggregate
Aggregate Federal army arm May 11 1 11SSS 1tSGi 1Aggregate
1SSS < > 10W5M 10W5MAKBregatc 0Qiti1f 0Qiti1fA
Aggregate A Utga tc Confederate COft rale army arm armIa armyMay
May Ia 1 10 1S111 15Number eo 151423 151423Number tI
I
Number In battle Confrds Federals FederalsSevon FederalsSevon FederalsSeven
Sevon days do s tight sht 8 Sti3S f35 1K2M 1K2MArtletam ni niAntietam 1li 1liAntietam
Antietam 13t15 323S S73t S73tChancellonsvHie StalChancel10nwJlte SIIChancelloraville
ChancellonsvHie ili M flt 18191 18191Frodcrlckaburs 131 131Fredericksburg iateIiFredericksburg
Fredericksburg 1S1M llt000 llt000Gettysburg 11 11Gcttsburg 115110Gettysburg
Gettysburg G2I01 SSKJ SSKJChSckamausa 9 9ChlckqmRun 91113Clilckqmnuga
ChlckqmRun ChSckamausa UfrX HtXHderne 1sa 1saWiiderness 5W 5WWilderness
Wilderness Hderne s C3W7 MIS MISFederal Hi 1 1F lOt lOtFodral
Federal F tlral prisoners in Confederate Confederateprisons Confeaerateprisons Confedeiteprisons
prisons > 70000 lieGOOConfederate 210000Confederate 70000Confederate
Confederate prisoners In Federal Federalprisons ledenllprisons Federalprisons
prisons prisonsConfederates 23CC3 23CC3Confederates 2I8CGConCederates
Confederates died in Federal Federalprisons PederalFel Federalprisons
Federals Fel prisons ra died di d in ii Confederate Confederateprisons Confederateprisons d i SMS3 SMS3Federals 35433Federals
prisons S57
BREAKFAST BREAKFAST BULLETINS BULLETINSDAILY BULLETINSDAILY I IDAILY
DAILY ON THE OCEAN OCEANMarconi OCEANarconiKept OCEANMarconi
>
Marconi arconiKept Kept Campania in Touch With the theWorl WorW orkl Ashore AshoreOne AshoreOne AshoreOne 1
1
One Message Sent Sen t 2300 Miles MilesCUNARD
4 CUNARD DAILY BULLETIN BULLETINMARCONIGRAMS BULLETINMARCONIGRAllIS BULLETINMARCONIGRAMS
=
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MARCONIGRAMS MARCONIGRAMSDIRECT i
DIRECT TO THE SHIP
STOPPRESS STOPPRESSWAR STOPPRESS1YAR STOPPRESSVAR
WAR NEWS NEWSRussian NEWS NEWSRu NEWSRussian
Russian Ru elfln DfeMtcr DfeMtcrTelegrams DimaterTelegrams er
Telegrams to hand state > that thatAdmiral lMLtAdmiral thatAdmiral I
Admiral Togo reports a further furtheroncountor furtheroncounter furtherencounter
encounter during which blch a Russian RussianGunboat RussianGunboat RussianGunboat
Gunboat was 8S torpedoed and sunk sunkIn sunkIn sunkIn
In the vicinity Iclnlt of Port Arthur thus thusstill thusstUt thusstill
still further reducing tho Russian Russianfleet Ru Rustnnfleet slnn slnnfleet
fleet available in Eastern Waters WatersTuesday WhtorsTuesdu WhiorsTuesday
Tuesday Tuesdu 2 a a m mCommunication mCommunication mCommunication
Communication was estab established established established ¬
lished and the following news newsreceived n newsreceived ws wsreceived
received from Harconi Station StationCape StationCape StationCape
Cape Breton Canada when the theCampania theCampania theCampania
Campania was 2000 miles milesfrom milesfrom milesfrom
from New York YorkICEBERGS YorkICEBERGS YorkICEBERGS
ICEBERGS ICEBERGSAccording ICEBERGSAccordinG ICEBERGSAccording
According to reports which continue continueto
to come to hand more Icebergs than thanusual thanusual thanusual
usual have been sighted in the At Atlantic Atmntte Athsntic ¬
lantic the steamer Maland from fromCopenhagen tromCopenhagen fromCopenhagen
Copenhagen for New York In par particular p particulsir r rUculRr ¬
ticular reports having passed ton tonThe tonTho tonThe
The Compagnie Generale Trnnsat Trnnsaticntlque TrlnsatrnUque Transatlrnttque
icntlque uLft Ln Lorraine reports Ice Icetergs Ice IcetlrfS icetorga
tergs In latitude forty fort fortyfive fortfl to tofortytwo toturt tofortytwo
fortytwo turt two thirty longitude fortyeight fortyeighttwentyseven tort fortyeighttiventyseven elsl1t elsl1ttwentseen
twentyseven to fifty fin fiftyfour fiftyfourDEATH firt fiftyfouriEATIi rour rourDEATH
DEATH OF PRINCESS MARY MARYOP MARYOF IARYOF
OF HANOVER HAXOVERTelegrams HANOVERTlegrams HANOVERTelegrams
Telegrams to hand Indicate that the
dtath of Princess Prlnc qs Mary tKr of Hunevrr Hunevrror
or Saturday last has caused universal universalTHE universalirrow universalsorrow
sorrow sorrowTHE irrowTHE
THE TIBET EXPEDITION EXPEDITIONTelegrams EXPEDITIONTelegrams EXPEDITIONTelegrams
Telegrams received confirm that the
British Brltl h have Captured two twenty
four pounders and killed a Lhasa L LGonera1 Lha LhaGeneral
General
V
FINANCIAL FINA CIAL NEWS NEWSStocks NEWSStocks EWS EWSStocks
Stocks dull generally and prices re retrain r rIrnln rctrain ¬
train unchanged
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Facsimile cf if a page of the ocean newspaper
COUNTIES OF TEXAS TEXASDelegates TEXASINSTRUCT TEA8Ii8TEllJE1T
INSTRUCT FOR PARKER PAKEDelegates
Delegates to State Sta Convention Selected SelectedMajority Scl SelectedMajority ted
Majority Favor New York YorkJurist YorkJ1ris YorkJurist
Jurist JuristAUSTIN J1risA JuristAUSTIN
AUSTIN A USTIN Texas Tex 8 June J 11 IlIlNttrvetioes Instructions
for Parker prevailed throughout Texas Texastoday Texastoday Tecastedsy
today todayThis todayThis tedsyThis
This was the day da upon which are se M ¬
looted delegates to the State convention conventionwhich conventionwhich
which hlch meets in San Antonio June Si 1
Reports from all over the State show how
that Parker Prk r men were re voted for and nd a
large majority of the counties instructed instructedor
for or Parker ParkerSAVES ParktrSAVES ParkerSAVES
SAVES HER THE ELOPING FARE FAREPITTSBURG FAREPITTS FAREPITTSBURG
PITTSBURG PITTS BURG June 11 11tar Mary E Cun Cunningham Cunningham Cnnniugham ¬
ningham a pretty prett girl was H arrested r rented In Intho Intho Inthe
tho SU St Charles Hotel today todl by Detec Detectives DetccUos DetecLives ¬
Lives Egan and Cole When h brought to toj
j Central police staton her father was wasawaiting wasawaiting AS ASawaitln
awaiting awaitln b hr hrihy n nh r rWhy
Why h Mary Mar he said what in the thename thentim thename
name ntim name of commoi commoaense > ensf do y U i unt nt to toelopo toelop toelope
elope elop for Go tiid Ralph mi we wilt wiltgo wutgo wiltgo
go to the marriage license oJ omc cx This Thiswill Thiswill hls hlswHI
will save ae you ou railroad fare tire Shot com complied CUIRvlled coinplied ¬
plied
HIS EVIDENCE MIXED MIXEDPleading MXEDPleading ED EDP1CAdln
Pleading P1CAdln < guilty rdllt to a charjo of assault assaultand a assaultand saultand
and battery Bruce Bates a negro then thenwent th thenwent > n nwent
went upon the witnon standln stanel In the Po Police PoHce Pclice ¬
lice Court yesterday eaterda and It nd denied den ed that he hehad 119hnd hehad
had mode any an assault upon upo Martha MarthaJonoH lIarthaJonos MarthaJones
Jones the complaining witness wltll s Twen Twenty Twenty Twenty ¬
ty dollars dOl11tr line tm or sixty s xt days dlt S in InJail InJailwits Jail Jailwas JAnwus
was the penalty p mlt Inflicted In lete < by b Jftdge J dgtt Klm Klmu Kimt1I
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TRADE TRADEPRARK iARK LAW LAWIN LA LAIN
MIEEDOFni MIEEDOFniVarious IN NEED NEEDOFREVISIONVarious OFREVISION OFREVISIONVarious
Various Enterprises Ask Askfor Askfor Askfoi
for Change of Methods MethodsA Met hods hodsA
A FIXED STANDARD NEEDED NEEDEDDifferent NEEDEDDiffera1t NEEDEDDifferent
Different Commissioners Cemmisl occrs Have Ruled RuledDiffereatly RuledDifIcreat1y RuledDifferently
Differently oa Same Subject Su ject and andMuch luc1Much andMuch
Much Cwfarion Exists ExistsFor EX gxistsFor sts stsFor
For the benefit of Americans Amertea Amer1 having havln havlnPIOI havingprosr1ear3 bavinsproprietary
proprietary PIOI rleLaO protects prodc ta to sett U abroad a aradical nradtfoal aradkal
radical revision of our trademark laws lawsis law lawis lawnis
is believed b tned to be greatly needed The TheCommissioner TheComMluIoner TheConualasloner
Commissioner of Patents under the thepresent thep thepresent
present p t law w determines c1eterml the validity Ya t7 of oftr ortlidemarks oftredeinarks
tlidemarks tr demarks so far as resist rtStatraUon ration la laconcerned 11coACtrned Inconcerned
concerned From his hi decision as a the thomw theJaw thelaw
mw Jaw now stands there is no appeal and andmandam andInardamult andmandamus
mandam mandamus cannot be granted to compel compelregistration compelregl8traaon compelregistration
registration This makes the commis commissioners commlestORers conxalsstoners ¬
stoners oftlce the Anal tribunal tl ul1l for de determining deternnhlJ deterrisining ¬
termining whether a trademark can do doregistered Zotered beregistered
registered registeredOf tered teredOf
Of course this does not give him any anypower anypower anypower
power to determine the common C 1Ioa law lawrights lawrlth lawrights
rights ia the use of trademarks but butmerely butIller butmary
merely Iller the right ht of f registration regJKtra Uon This Thishitter ThisIaUer Thisletter
hitter te a small matter so far as this thiscountry thitCOtIAtr thisceesir
ceesir country is concerned but becomes vast vastly vastly ¬
ly 1 important when wh < n American products productsgo ucts
go 0 abroad for In order to protect prot t a atrademark atradc atrademark
trademark tradc k there it must Am be regis registered r registered ria riaterecl ¬
tered here On tbe basis of this regis registration rfgSstratkm rsgistrtIon ¬
tration it can be registered in foreign foreigncountries torelgncoontrles forelgzicountries
countries The effect efI t of our law givlrjj givlrjjtho gtvlr gtvlrth6 glv1rfthe
the commissioner oommts toner heal authority authollt in this thismatter thismatter thismatter
matter virtually virtual places him in control ol olthe ott ofth
the t th right of registration of American Americanproducts Americantr04Ct Americanproducts
products hi foreign countrk countrkThfere B BTbue aThere
There has been a good Seal eal of tlHats tll43itstaeticm dlasatsfaction
faction m m the policy polk of the Patent Patent Office Office Oificein J JIn
In tho registration r trat1oh of trademarks trad m3rk The Tbepresent Thdpreaent Thepreaent
preaent com eemmt eionfr mission er especially baa baabeen b bbeen baebeen
been i let ef ofsslrg using rg trademarks that are a Ei held heldeeod hel helby heldsend
send by the courts rta to the great gc incon inconvenience SncOlTeIIIenoe Incotvenleace ¬
venience and detriment of American Americanportars ex exporters 4 4MXt ¬
porters MXt 1J Tho House Committee on Pat Patents Patents Pateats ¬
ents Is much interested in this matt tt r rnnd rand rand
and there is a strong proapect that legis legislation legIslaUon Jegislatlon ¬
lation materially changing the prescn prescnhrw pt presenlaw < n nJaw
Jaw will i1l fte paj p pad d at t the next session toeNllIA sessionA
A Few Seeming SCe1 ing Paradoxes ParadosesAs Pat otr3 otr3As
As anfxtmple I mple of the chaotic situation situationWhich MltusUtnwJakh itituatitnwhich
Which now no prevails a list has b been en prt prtpared prepared f fJUed
pared by uy y Arthur P Greeley Greele of some 6OII1 somethe c cthe r rthr
the trademarks which have been sus sustained sustalD suntamed ¬
tamed talD by the courts as valid be bdc bdcthose tdca tdcathose Jl1tme
those which have been refused registra registration r registraLion giatra giatratlOn ¬
Lion by b the commissioner not m all alloases 11oases
oases the present commissioner but butsome b butsome t tsome
some occupant O ef that tha office officeYankae olftank ofilceYankeV <
Yankae ank for soap was a held n valid validtrademark yalidt1tdemark validtrademark
trademark while wb e UNJ commissioner re refaced r rneed reftsd
faced dUeeten Ut edna for corsets come ta on th thground thbTOUftJ thgreusei
ground that the word is either ettu r sfOgrapn sfOgrapnical gcugrapatoni lOOpn lOOpniea1
toni or descriptive descriptiveBy desuJpUveBy
By the same contrast German Sweet SweetChocolate SwtetChocolate SweetChocolate
Chocolate Is a well ell recognized trade trademark trademark trademark ¬
mark while bIle The The Roman for clothing clothingwas clothingwas clothingwas
was refused as indicating tat the thegoods tb tbgoods thegoods
goods were manufactured m Rome or ormado ormado ormade
mado after the Roman style styl or pattern patternThe Itern IternThe patternThe
The average averge service of 0 the to commits commissioner cmms cmmssloner commitsstoner ¬
stoner of patents ptents has hs been bn lees les than thantwo thantwo thantwo
of different com commissioners commisoner cornmissioners ¬
two years er The Te views vaw3 dttcret
missioners misoner differ dlter widely wely as a to what whatconstitutes whatcnstt whatconstItutes
constitutes cnstt te a technical tecbnlcl ttaifemtirk td mrk Is Isit I IsIt
it I any an wonder wodr that tt great grt confusion cfwon has hasresulted hasresuled hasresulted
resulted resuled Aurora has 6 been b refused refusedregistration retusedregstto refusedreglstraton
registration regstto by b one commissioner cmmtsk r as a be being beIng belug ¬
ing merely a geographical genplel term ter and 3 has hasbeen ha haLeen hasteen
been held not to be b merely geographical geographicaland gephc gephcand
and ordered registered by hw successor successorDefiance aue sucuessorDefiance e5sor e5soruDe
uDe Defiance anco was 88 refused on the same samegrounds snmesrounds samegrounds
grounds by b one commissioner commt 6loner and was washeld wasbeld washeld
held registerable by b his accessor accessorGibraltar saccessorGibraltar cessor cessorGibraltar
Gibraltar has been refused d on the thesam thesarna thesame
sam same grounds by b one commissioner commissionerthough commissionertb commissionerthough
though tb ush used In connection vrlth lth a rep representation representaUon representation ¬
resentation of the roci rock of Gibraltar Gibraltarand GIbraltarand Gibraltarand
and has been held registerable by b his hissuccessor l hissuccessor s ssuccessor
successor successorPerfection successorPerrectlon successorPerfection
Perfection baa as as been refused regis registration registration registration ¬
tration as being descriptive though held heldin beldIn heldin
in a carefully considered decision to tobe tobe tobe
be a valid lId trademark by the supreme supremecourt supremecourt supremecourt
court of the State of Alabama At the thesame th thsame thsame
same time Spcceas a Invincible and andBoss andB086 andBoss
Boss have been n accorded registration registrationalso rei regietrat1nalso traU > n nalso
also U Waukeasy ankeftfU for corn cure cureSolid cureUSoUd cureSolid
Solid Comfort for furnaces turnaces and rndWaukwoll andWaukwohl nd ndYaukwoU
Waukwoll for shoes Vogue is re refused reC refused ¬
fused C registration as descriptive Olive Olivefor Ol1v Ol1vtor Olivefor <
for bicycles is refused as descriptive descriptiveRed descrlptheRed descriptIveRed
Red for snuff santO is l refused as descrip descriptive devr1pUve descripLive ¬
Live or deceptive Malted a1ted Mflk Mll is re refused le isfused ¬ I Ifused
fused as descriptive FUraecaay for forcorsets forcorsets forcorsets
corsets is refused as descriptive Uve but butJust butJuat butJust
Just Right for corsets eontet8 is regis registered leS1ater6d registOroti ¬
tered ter6dAffects
Affects Standing St ndmg Abroad AbroadIn
In many foreign eonsjtr cos notably notablyGermany aotablyGermany notablyGermany
Germany any mark rJt registered as a atrademark fttdemark atrademark
trademark in the United Ualt States tatfs Patent Pat r rt
OiBee will be registered rlSlat red under treaty treatyprovision trfat trfatpCOYIaIon treatyprovision
provision whether it conforms CODr mS or not notwith notwith notwIth
with the reqvhrcments ef the foreign foreigncountries tOfflsncountrleL foreignconntties
countries countrleLTIM connttiesThe countriesThe
The bill WI which was approved by 1 the theBar theBar theBar
Bar Association proposed to turn the theregistration therectstJaUolt theregistration
registration of trademarks over op ov to the theDepartment th thDfpartuteat theDepartment
Department of 0 Commerce and Labor LaborThe LaborThe LaborThe
The object t of this change chan was W3 to take takethe takethe takethe
the work away from the th Influences of the thetechnical thetedlaleal thetechnical
technical rulings nil of the Patent OftVt OftVtbut Otftot Otfi e ebut
but t it is unlikely Uket that the th bill will b bpassed bI bpassed
passed in I this form The expense of ofesUihUsMnt ofMtaWi ofestablishing
establishing IhIC a trademark burrau in inDeW innow a anew
new department would be eonid onstdernbe eonshderabeThe onstdernbeThe > rab rabThe >
The preeeMt Commissioner of Paten Patrns PatrnsIII a ais
is much oppored to the proposed change changein changIR
in the U law Ia and lid It if assumed would be beespecially beNlMclally beespecially
especially hostile to it were it proposed proposedto
to transfer the authority thorty to another a othr de department dfpartaaeat ticpartmeat ¬
partment His argument is 1 that the thepresent theprt thepresent
present law has worked well for the last lasttwentythree lasttwe1tthree lasttweptythree
twentythree years and he sees no oc ocenston ocCAIIIen ocaisles
enston for a chance That is the very verypoint ypryHdnt verypoint
point where the critics of the th present presentlaw prf presentlaw nt nt1a1
law disagree with Mm him they tht think such sucha
a chaos of conflicting policies MS that thatalready th1talread tbtilredy
already alread outlined cannot be regarded a3 a3a 15good asa <
a good system systemConmtssioiMr f1StelllConmL sistemCoivmLssioaer
ConmtssioiMr ConmL r ALes ACe is a grt t stickler sticklerfor stlcderfor > tlc ler lertor
for rules In the registration trAUon of f trade trademarks lralt1Utrk traemarks ¬
marks 1Utrk Critics of his policy believe that thatour thutour thatour
our manufacturers should be given gl eIl every everyfacility Inryfciltty everyfacility
facility for rectetratio re tra Oll abroad of the Dietrademarks thetrademarks thetrademarks
trademarks thty actually ctu lly us 11 < whether whetherthose whetherthose bether betherthose
those Accord with all the techrlcki t h1lci rults rultsor rultsor rulesor
or not notThe noLT notThe
The T bill which the Bar Association Associationnow Assoetatinnow Asaoclatlmno
now no seks 8 ekK to pass P5 proposes e8 to refuse refuseregistration rt refuseregistration > fls flsreciRtration
registration to any mark that cotAprlst COIhprlstsImmoral cotaprissImmoral s sImmoral
Immoral or br r scandalous matter or com comprises curnprIsu u01 u01pr ¬
pr prises ue the flag AS or coatofarms or other otherinsignia Olhertnslsma otherInsignia
insignia of the United States or any anysimulation an anslmulotlon anyalmulatioti
simulation thereof or of any State or ormunicipality ormunldpat ormunicipality
municipality or ot any foreign nation nationMarks naUonMarks nationMarks
Marks which are identical with a regis registered registered egis egisttred ¬
tered or known trademark owned and andin andIn mdIn
in use by b another and appropriated tj tjgoods t tgoods tgoods
goods of the Mme me descriptive tll rlpthe proper properI proprrtor Mo Moor 3 3or
or which hlch so nrvrly n ul resemble rflSP a regisured regisuredor > d dor
or known know trademark owned and 1 1by fr itby II IIanother
by another and appropriated to goods oi oithe o othe
the same descriptive properties as a to to tolikely 1cIIkel telikely
likely IIkel to cause contusion eon or mistake in intho Intho ittthe
tho mind of oCthe ± he pblic or to deceive pur purr purh
r h 11 t 1 r T i t I1

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