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SUNDAY SU DA Y SEPTEMBER 17 I 1905 1905Plunkitt 1905lIunkitt 1O5Iiunkitt
Plunkitt and Reformers ReformersOn
On another page of this issue there thereis thereIe thereIs
is an n account acccuii of of Mr Georgo Wash Washington WashIngton Wazhlngtort ¬
ington Plunkitt exState senator senatorTammany s senatorTanixnany nator natorTammany
Tammany sachem practical poli politician politician pollUclan ¬
tician and honest h nest grafter grafterPlunkitts grafterPlunklUs grafterPlunkltts
Plunkitts kind has been b n known knownsince knownsince knownsince
since the world began and the breed breedwill breedwill breedwill
will not die out until mankind develops de develops develops ¬
velops into a very ery much higher con condition condition condition ¬
dition and ceases ases to huddle into cities citiesreeking citiesreeking clUesreeking
reeking with opportunities for graft graftPlunkitt graftFlunkitt graftPlunkitt
Plunkitt is a political dustman a civic civicragpicker ciicragpicker civicragpicker
ragpicker constantly on the lookout lookoutfor loolroutfor lookoutfor
for the good things that th t others othersdrop othersdrop othersdrop
drop or cast away or walk over ov oir r His Hisone Hisone Hisone
one moral precept is to avoid touch touching touching touchlug ¬
ing the penal code everything eve thing else elsegoes elsegoe elsegoes
goes goesHe goe goeH
He H says a man who ste steals stealsis 1s 1s is a fool foolbecause foM foMbecame foalbecauEe
became because there are so many opportuni opportunities opportunities opportunities ¬
ties for f honest graft that stealing stealingis
is utterly unnecessary His opinion opinionof
of reformers is equally refreshing he hecalls hecalls hecalls
calls them morningglories that thatlook thatlookJove look looklovely looklovely
lovely Jove but wither up in a a ashort short time timeTruly timeTruly timeTntly
Truly Plunkitt is a philosopher philosopherand phUosopherand philosopherand
and there is too much truth in his hisdefinition hisdefinition hisdefinitiOn
definition of reformers The Theordlnary Theordlnaryreformer ordinary ordinaryreformer ordinaryreformer
reformer is isan an excellent man but butJs butJstoo is istoo istoo
too much muc engrossed in other affairs affairsto affairsto affairsto
to attend to his 1itsclvlc civic duties When Whenthe Whenthe TJien TJienthelunkitts
the thelunkitts Plunkitts get too much in evi evidence evidence evi evidence ¬
dence he attends meetings which he heis h2is heIs
is not trained to control ie makes makesspeeches makesspeeches makesspeeches
speeches and he stirs himself in inmany inmany inmany
many ways waysuS waysuially usually atlY without much mucheffect mucheffect mucheffect
effect His activity is fitful sporadic sporadicunavailing sporadicunavailing sporadicunavailing
unavailing The Plunkitts however howeverkeep howeverkeep howeverkeep
keep eternally at politics they work workwhile workwhUe workwhile
while the thereforiners reformers sleep sleepThe sleepThe sleepThe
The St Stage geB Britisher BritisherIt itis er erIt
It 1 will be news to most people that thatthe thatthe thatthe
the stagenovelcomlcweeklyBritlsh stagenovelcomlcweeklyBritlsher
er of recent prlgin Is of sufficient sufficientImportance sufficfentimpQrtance sufficientimportance
Importance to be seriously discussed discussedby discussedby discussedby
by historians philosophers and learn learned l learned arn arned ¬
ed editors in the weightier magazines magazinesBut magazinesBut magazinesBut
But so it is The Literary Digest Digestquotes Digestquotes Digestquotes
quotes a whole page of very ve excellent excellentexcerpts excellentexcerpts excellentexcerpts
excerpts from two distinguished writ writers writerswho writera ¬
ers erswho who prop up and then demolish demolishthe demollshthe demolishthe
the straw British Brit1sq aristocrat arlsto rat of the theBtaglerbarreled theslngle thesinglebarreled
Btaglerbarreled slngle barreled eyeglass the firmset firmsetunemotional firmsetunemotional firmsetunemotiOnal
unemotional mouth the slightly rais raised raised raised ¬
ed eyebrows and the general intel intellectual intel1ectual intellectual ¬
lectual attitude that could only find findexpression findexpression findexpression
expression at the tltefinal final judgment in an anejaculation anejaculation anejaculation
ejaculation of fBah Bah Jove Thats Thatstough Thatstough Thatstough
tough on a fellah doncherno donchernoThese donchernoThese donchernoThese
These philosophers show rather ratherfully ratherfully ratherfully
fully that the comicsupplement comicsupplementHichensCraigleHopeKipling comicsupplementHfchensCraigleHopcIipllng comicsupplementBichensCraigieHopeKipling
HichensCraigleHopeKipling model modelBritisher modelBrttlsber modelBritisber
Britisher Is wherever existing in na nature natur nature ¬
ture tur a hypnotic hypn Uc product of oraIe alien sug suggestion m mbsstion ug uggasUon ¬
gestion and Involved interaction be betwpen betw betwen
twpen tw twen n the aristocratic byproducts of ofa ofa ofa
a smart set and Its caricatures caricaturesThe caricaturesThe caricaturesThe
The matter is not one of moment momentous momentous momentous ¬
ous interest however though the theauthors thelUthors theauthors
authors who have cttaptcd to im impose impose impose ¬
pose on our credulity night think it itBO Itso
BO What the smart set 01 the British BritishIsles BritishIsles BritishIsles
Isles have haeJost lost in the useful usefulpower power of ofexpressing ofexpressing ofexpressing
expressing emotion the rest of ot theworld the theworld theworld
world will wfllnot not envy them There T r Ig fiaossUlzcd Iga I Ir
a aossUlzcd r fossilized provincial Pharisaism Pharisaismcultivated pharis pharlsiismcultivated lsm lsmcultivated
cultivated among smart sets set every everywhere eery1rhere everyWhere ¬
where that eliminates elimInat g all decadents decadcn t5
C Lat = t wander wand r into that trap trap1Silent trapSilent trapSilent
Silent Sympathy SympathyLast SjmpathLast
Last summer a dying boy bo was waswheeled waswheeled waswheeled
wheeled In his cot onto the Steel SteelPier SteelPIer SteelPier
Pier at Atlantlc City Clt in order that thathe thathe thathe
he might delight his housetired eyes eyesby eyesby eyesby
by the sight of the thousands of well welldressed welldressed ell elldressed
dressed people peapc end listen to the music musicof musicor musicof
of Vesselns Yc elns band At best he could couldonly couldonly couldonly
only have a few f w months in which to tosee tosee tosee
see the pleasant faces of his fellows fellowsto reHowsto fellowsto
to hear the music that haa h ha iJ been beenwritten beenwritten een eenwritten
written and has delighted the ears of ofall otaU ofall
all civilized peoples 1J ples during the past pastcentury pastcentury pastcentury
century His mother who kept by byhis b bhis byhis
his side and his father f the who pushed pushedhla pushedhis pushedhia
his wheslcdcot were subdued snbdu d and andcalm andcalc andcalm
calm in mann but their faces show showed showed showed ¬
ed the marks marl s 01 ot patient lonely vigils vigilsby vig1Jby vlgihby
by the side of their fading earthly earthljhope earthl earthlhope earthlyhope
hope His face had the stillness ol olapproaching 01npnrpachlng olapproaching
approaching death deathIt deatht
It J t was WS2 a strange sight sightAs sightAs sightAs
As the boy lay in that wheeledcot wheeledcotjust wheeledcotjust wheeledcotjust
just out of the full tide of humanit humanitthat hu hurnanltl hurnanltlthat anltJ anltJthat
that surged past the bandstand a ahis m mh ahis
his h eyes followed the moving thronj thronjor thron thronor
or dwelt upon the waving wavh g baton o othe 0the othe
the bandmaster as he listened dur during duroing durlag
ing the intervals of the concert to thi thimingled th4mlnsled ttumingled
mingled hum of voices and the splasl splaslof splaslor spiazlof
of the surf what a splendid spectacle spectaclehe spcctaCJ4he spectacIhe
he and his parents pnrcnt5presented presented of pa patience patience patience
tience courage courage contempt for vulgni vulgniopinion yuJgmo vulgaiopinion
opinion o lnion And the crowd the cosmo cosmopolitan cosmopaUtan cosmopolitan
politan motley motey throng trong of Atlantii AtlantiiCity Atantit AtantitCity AtlanthCity
City showed all al the courtesy and 1d con conBideration consideraton consideration
Bideration sideraton for the melancholy meancholy grout grouthat grouJthat groutthat
that a trained trined corps could have ex exhibited exhi cxhiblted
hibited hi ied A glance a look of of Intelll Intelllgent intelligent
gent sympathy and the th passersb passersbwithout pasersb pasersbwitout passersbwithout
without witout a pause without a remark remarkwithout remnrlwitout remarkwithout
without witout a stare stTe pursued their way wayThe WYThe vinyThe
The spectacle spectcle was a reassuring one oneAmong one0ng oneAmong
Among 0ng all al those thousand thovand of pleas pleasuri pleasurs
uri u mtturn ter titer there was wanotone wasnotone notone to tstr tostar star
0
I at the unusual spectacle spect < ce not one 01e to tobetray toi tobetray
i betray betay effusiveness etuslveness or to obtrudesympathy obtrude obtrudesympathy btrudesrmpathy
sympathy upon the patient patent trio trioTruly tr1oTruly ro roTruly
Truly our manners are improving improvingFences imprin improvingI improvingFences
I
Fences FencesThe FencesThe FencesThe
The fences fences which whic formerly disfig disfigured disfg disfgured disfigured ¬
ured our parks everywhere eve here have for forthe torthe forthe
the most part been removed and to today toda today ¬
day da the eye is only onl occasionally oc nsiQnaUy In Insulted insuled insuited ¬
suited suled by their teir hideous hideQu lines But Butthe But Butte Butthe
the te fences ena that tatare are permitted to to be beerected Qe Qeerected beerected
erected or to remain remin around rund l1 the theparking theparking
parking In front frnt of our our1 oui1Oiises houses sesaif are the thelimit te telmit thelimit
limit lmit esthetically stetcaIy as well wel as tex territorially t texrltoria1l r ¬
ritorially ritoriallyAll ritorlal rltoria1l rltoria1lAll
All varieties of material materal are used usedfor usedfor usedfor
for parking fences ences from fr i plain plin wood woodto woodto woodto
to ornate orate bronze bronz and all al styles are areexhibited areexhibied areexhibited
exhibited exhibied from the classic classi classicpO pot t andrai and andrail andrail
rail rai pf oie Virglnny to tR RenarEsanee RenarEsaneewroughtiron Re naiftce naiftcewroughtIron aittpce aittpcewroughtIron
wroughtiron work workThe wtMkThe ork <
The effect ffect of l the te fences felcs whether whetherthey whet whetthey whetherthey
they be common ommon or orreabarUsU really artistic is isto isto Isto
to make our streets street appear appearnarower appearnarowertan narrower narrowerthan narrowerthan
than tan they tey really reaIy are ar where they th y are areout nIe nIeout areout
out of renair or dilapidated diapidated the t result resultIs resul resultis
Is to cheapen che en not notonlYte only the looks of ofthe ofte ofthe
the te houses next net to them but ut to t give givea gve gvea
a squalid squald air to t the te whole wh le neighbor neighborhood neighborhood neighborhood ¬
hood hoodFences hoodFences hoodFences
Fences of course cUre are useful useul in inmany inmany Inmany
many ways way In the thoearUer earlier days daysWashington da daysI s sI
I Washington VRshlngn fences not ot only kept Jteptyagnt keptvagrant keptvagrant
vagrant yagnt cattle ctte from frm browsing brwsig upon uponour uponour uponour
our lawns and flower fower gardens grdens but butprovided butproYided butprovided
provided ever ready though incon inconvenient in InconvenlenL con convenlcnlset ¬
venient venlcnlset settees e3 for courting couring couples couplesand cuples cuplesand couplesand
and idle boys bys But only dogs dog and andchildren andcidren andchildren
children cidren roam roa the streets stre t today and andwhile andwhie and1 and1while
while whie both bot kinds of animals aimals eat grass grassoccasionally gass gassoccasionaly grassoccasionally
occasionally occasionaly their depredations depredatons in inthis Inthis inthis
this line are not seriously to be con considered considered considered ¬
sidered besides beides no wellconditioned wellconditioneddog wellcondioned wellcondioneddog
dog or active acte boy can resist the thetemptation thotemptton thetemptation
temptation temptton to jump a fence and andtherefore andterefore andtherefore
therefore terefore the only way to t keep kep them themout themout themout
out of oour your plot is to take tke down dow the thefence te tefence thefence
fence fenceSeriously fenceSeriously fenceSeriously
Seriously the parkI parking gf fences nces of ofWashington atWazhingon
Washington Wahingon are eyesores eyesore abomina abominations abmln abmlnI bomin bominI ¬
I tions useless bits of ostentatious oS m tQus ex exclusiveness exelusivenes cxelusiveness
elusiveness elusivenes that tha invite depredation depredationLet depredaUon depredaUonLt
Let them be done away with withA withA
wt wtA
A DoubleBarreled DO ble Bareled Dukedom DukedomThe
The New ew York Stock Exchange Excange now nowboasts nowbast nowboasts
boasts bast among Its it members a real realduke realdulte realduke
duke His titles ttes are Duke of Hurrah Hurrahand Hurrahand Hurrahand
and Duke of Hiwash Hiwah a sort s rt of a adoublebarreled adoublebaeled adoublebarreled
doublebarreled doublebaeled dukedom dukedo These Thesetitles Thesetitles
Thee Theettes
titles ttes we are informed are the real realthing re1thing realthing
thing and come from Menelik 1en lk lineal linealdescendant lneal lnealescendat linealdescendant
descendant escendat of Solomon Slomon and Sheba Shebaemperor Shebaemperor Shebaemperor
emperor of Abyssinia Abysinia etc etc etcOf eteOf etcor
Of course coure the stock stck exchange exchage ex hange Is Isedified ise1fed isedified
edified e1fed elated elatd and ad all al that sort sor of ofthing orthing ofthing
thing to have a real dook dok in Its i1 midst midstBut midstBut
But the thought may obtrude obtrde itself itselfupon itsel itselfupon
upon some of the growlers in that thatanimal thatanimal thatanimal
animal pen that old Menellk leneUk not only onlyknows only1tows onlyI
I knows 1tows something of English but a alittle altte alittle
little ltte of the stock game otherwise otherwisewhy oterie oteriewhy otherwisewhy
why did he confer upon a broker the thetitles thettleso thetitles
titles ttleso of Hurrah and Hiwash Hiwah 1 Has HasMenellk HaslIeneUk HasMeneilk
Menellk lIeneUk ever heard hrard the Bullroar BuU roar of ofa otI ofa
I a rising market and does he know knowthe knowthe knowthe
the meaning of washsales washsalesWe wahsales wahsalesWe washsalesWe
We hope Menelik had no such hid hidden hidden hidden ¬
den meanings behind these titles tles We Wecannot Wecnnot Wecannot
cannot cnnot believe that he had The Theenvious Theenylous Theenvious
envious and detracting detrctng nature of the thebears thebears thebears
bears is a a matter mnte of common knowl knowledge knowledge knowedge ¬
edge however and the suggestion sugesUop is isoffered Isofcred isoffered
offered ofcred for what it may be bewo worth worthI worthKitchener h hKichener
I Kitchener Kichener gave Curzon CUIon a grand Irnd roast roasta roast roastFor roastFor
For a gasman Jastan Addlcks uses use up too toomuch toomuch toomuch
much of o the limelight limelightThe lmcltht lmclththe limelight7he
The he home annex account of theI the theXew theNew
I New ew York Life seems to be b a a handy handythins hnn hnnthing handytiling
thins to tr tr hnvc bl about the house houseRussia houseRusln houseRussia
Rusln Russia always fulfills fulfls her promises xrmllC promisesLong j jIong
Long hgo ago go she said sId she would ould retire from fromManchuria Cromanchurla fromManchuria
Manchuria ManchuriaThers ManchuriaThere
I IThe
There The 5 a proposition propositon on foot to torn tornDJ run runBryan runfliyan
Bryan DJ 2Q and Lawson Lwson as a team te in the thenext thenext thenext
next Presidential Pre1ldntnl campaign cnmpdg They The are arewell nrewel arewell
well wel matched mnt hed In the mouth mouthProfessor mouthProCessor mouthProfessor
Professor llllgard Hlgard a a cousin of o the late lateHenry lte lteHen latehenry
Henry Hen Villa Viard Villard rd and for thirtyone years yearsconnected yearsconnected
connected conntoted with the University Unhersit of Call California CaUtornla Callfornla ¬
fornia is threatened with 1th total blind blindness blnd blndneu blindness ¬
ness and has been compelled compeled to suspend suspendwork uspendwork
work on his book po ok on Soils son which w 1lch rep represents represents represents
resents fifty f years eaTS of study stud as an agrl agrlcultural agl aglI agriI
I cultural culturl chemist chemistWONDERLAND chemist chemistI chemistWONDERLAND
I WONDERLAND WONDERLANDXow WONDERLAD WONDERLADNow
Now while whie the sun un and rain divide divideThe dhp divideThe
The Te path pcr upon the mountain ountnln aIde cldeBefore ndeDefoTe aIdeBefore
Before the shining pools that He lieIn HeIn HeIn
In all al the tiny Un hollows holows dry dryCome trJ dryCome
Come share the morning and ant the way wayAnd wajAnd wayAnd
And trust t t the sun to win wn the day dayCome tay tayCome dayCome
Come ore ITC re the sweetest scent of irasi irasiNewborn run runeWbom ras rasNewborn
Newborn eWbom of heat and rain can pass paasWhile passhUe passWhile
While hUe every ewry flower with wih drooping roopn stem stemStill stm stmstn stemstill
Still stn holds a dewy diadem diademForget dlld diademForgot m mForget
Forget today toda to to toil tol and spin spinAnd spinAnd
I And lose Itse the t world vourscU oulcl to win winCome wn wnCtme wInCtme
Ctme ail nI along alonl the ways n8 of peace peaceI eCC eCCTe
The Te song gon of streams trenms wi will never ccasa C ceassEach S SEach
Each conscious cor3cous of some high employ employEach cmployEach employEach
Each thrilling with an Inward joy joyThey jo joThe JoyThey
They The trust tr 3t the future tuturl undescried undescriedAnd undescr undeserleilAnd eel eelAnd
And hurry hurr down the mountain side sideA sd sdA sddA
A slnclc moment rorcml sets us u free freeAnd CreeAnd freep
p And one with th all al a the hlUs htls hi1snj ar < we weOf rer I Ir
r or kinchin klnrhl to the t th h fcrce rcr e dvlnc Ire Irehlh
Which hlh plants the boulder and an the pine pineAnd ilineAnd
0 And sharers htuescf cf the Joy that sir sirThe t slrrue
The tiny tn hearts cf cf grasshoppers grasshoppersImportunate 63shQpper grasthopperzimportunate
Importunate to search our coats coatsWith coat coatrlth coatWith
With rlth prying h hadl hads ads will wi come the goals goatBwcdbrcthln goatsI
Swcctbroathinjj cows cow will wI wiI stund b1d and aibtare
btare btartvAnd btareAnd btareAnd
I And little ltte silent Jn nt maids who bear bearSuch hearSuch bearI
Such heavy hon burdens In lJS on the th ° back backI bnc baccVIII
I Will VIII 1 watch wtch us up l the he clImbing clmbln track trackTo trclr trachr trachand
r
I you and I hnf have thought am amo allied alliedTo
To o all ul that loves the mountain side eldoWell fIt sideWell <
Well l keep kltJ the morning message mIage still BtHIThe sti stiCtnt stillthe
the thrill thrJHAnd thrillAnl
The scent Ctnt the music and thrU
And nd brave brye to bear blar the childrens chidren chiidrcn = way wayWell wn wnVel wayWell
Well Vel trust our hearts hears to win the day dayWell d3Y d3Ycn dayWell
Well cn truSt tust cur hearts Yet far rI from fromhero rromheft fromheiu
hero heroThe heft heiur
r The city et children Chltren all al the th year yearDream yourDream elr elrDream
Dream their unconquerable ° d dreams dronmsOf dreamsof roams roamsOf
Of gouts and cows of flowers towr ant antstreams and nnlIstr andstraams
streams streamsAnd str straamstd amg amgAnd
And we wewe wewe we suffer sufer them thrm to stand standOutside stan stanOutside tan1 tan1Outdde
Outside the gates of Wonderland WonderlandHugh Wonderian onderJnn onderJnnaHugh l lHugh
aHugh Hugh Macnaghtcn Macnaghtenln in the he Spectator
OYSTER QUESTION QUESTIONBASI QUESTIONBASISFOR
BASI BASISFOR FOR BATTLE BATTLEPolitical BATTLEPoltical BATTLEPolitical
Political Poltical Fighting Fighting Grouncf Grouncfin Groun Grounin Grouiill <
in Maryland MarylandBOT MarylandBOr MarylandBOT
BOr BOT H HPARTIES PARTIES RETICENT RETICENTYet
t
Yet Legislative Leglatve Ticket Tic e Depends Depends Upon UponStand UponStand UponStand
Stand Taken Tak by Respective Rep ctve Con Contestants Contestants Contestants ¬
testants for Honors HonorsBALTIMORE Honor HonorBALTIMOR HonorsBALTII4OBE
BALTIMORE BALTIMOR Sept 16For IGFor the first firsttime frst frsttnA firsttimA
time tnA in years Ycrs the oyster os question qucston will willnot wi willnot
not be an anlS8ue issue zsue In the State campaign campaignXot campaignXot campaignNot
Not Xot that that it has been be n settled settedforlt for It Is Isas Jsas isas
as much of a problem now na as ever but butneither butneither butneitber
neither party pary Is disposed to commit commi It Itself i Itself ¬
self sel at this time tme for rear it may serious seriously serous serously ¬
ly 13 effect its isiote Vote In those sections leclons in inwhich Inwhich inwhich
which the views regarding re rdng its disposi disposition dispositon disposttion ¬
tion ton are radically radlc1y different differentBaltimore dUterentBaltmore differentBaltimore
Baltimore Baltmore dt city and nd all of the western westernMaryland westernMaryland cster
Maryland arland counties countes favor the leasing leaslnJ of ofthe oCthe ofthe
the oyster ostcrbeds beds believing beledn that only In Inthis Inthis Inthis
this way wn can the industry Jndustr be 1 reestab reestabiished reestblhed reestabIIhed
iished lhed and bring a revenue to the State StateThe Stto SttoThe StateThe
The tidewater tdewater counties on the the eastern easternshore clstcm clstcmshorE easte easteshore
shore shorE and 1n southern soutenl Maryland aland where wherethe wberet wheret7ie
the t e tongers and dredgers dr sers have frpm frpmtime trQmtme tronitime
time tme immemorial Immemorlalghicd gained a a livelihood UcHho by bycatching I b bcatching
catching and disposing of ar the t eJl bivalve bivalveand biralveand ahc ahcand
and in which hleh the th oyster grounds are nre lo located 10cated o ocated ¬
cated are opposed oppo ed tQ any Un planting plantnG law lawwhich la lawhich lawwhich
which would deprive d prhc them of or full f1 con control control control ¬
trol of the bottoms of the Chesapeake Chesapeakebay Ch Chesapeakebay snpeal snpealb
bay b and nndJts Its It tributaries tributariesWTiat tributarieswt tributariesWuiat
WTiat wt Advocates Claim ClaimIt Clai ClaimIt
It I Is claimed by b the advocates advocrtcs of a aleasing alcslPg aIcapg
leasing lcslPg system that the yield h ld Is grad gradually gradually d duaUy ¬
ually lessening lesening because bcause of a failure falure to toreplenish toreplenlh toreplenish
replenish the depleted beds which the theState thestate
State tto has sought to protect at t great greatoat great05t greatcoat
coat oat and that eventually unless n nremedy 1 aremedy
remedy remEdy like lke that proposed is applied app1ed tne tneoyster toeOstt tneoyetcr
oyster Ostt must must gradually rdu lydlsppear disappear from fromMaryland fromraliand fromnIarand
Maryland raliand waters wates aters As s It St Is I the he quality qualityas QU quaI1tas Jy
as as well as the quantify quanUff quantl is iSdeteri 13 deteriorating deterioratfn deterioratfnwhile r lnJ
while whlp the expense attending aten lng the th guard guardiansshlp gu guardlansshlp rd rd1ansshlp
iansshlp taji ha correspondingly eorrepon oc pon Jngly advanc advanced ndvaaced da c ced ¬
ed The Th point ont is made lnde that tlt in In Nw XewYork NcwYerke NwYork
York Connecticut and Virginia where wherethe w wtheleasfng wiirethe
the theleasfng leasing of the theb beds bed ds has resulted resuled In Ina Ina Ina
a decided advantage adantageo to the State Stte im improved Improve miproved ¬
proved prove the th industry Industr and afforded a1orded the theplanters thoplant theplanters
planters plant rs a 1 handsome profit proft the oyster ovsterIs o oysterIs ter
Is thriving and that the Maryland Marland prq
duetlon dueton could c uld be made to pay equally equallyas equal
as well w U b
by adopting the
adoptng same or a asimilar aslmUar asimilar
similar system systemThe EystemThe systemThe
The oystermen 08tenen on the other hand handcontend handcotend handcontend
contend cotend that the conditions condltons here her are en entirely entlroly ¬
tirely different dlterent While vhlc admitting dltng the theyield theJeld theyield
yield Jeld to be b far from satisfactory satstaton they theyattribute the theattrbute theyattribute
attribute attrbute that tat fact to a a failure falure on the thepart thepart thepart
part of the State to properly 1operl enforce the thecull thecuJ thecull
cull law and
In preventing preentng an en encroachment encroachmet encroachinent ¬
croachment croachmet on grounds that should be beprotected 0 beprotected
protected proteted during the closed season sealon
They The suggest 5UISCt various remedies rcmeJes among
others other being the proposition proposion that the
State Stte replenish the natural natml beds nnd
bars blrs with shells shels to which the spawn spawncan spawncan spawncan
can adhere and then give the grounds gounds a arest are5t arest
rest for several years Their objection objeton
to the leasing leaslnC system tem Is that it I must In
the end result rcsul In corporations ororatlon5 obtain obtaining obtin obtinIng obtaining ¬
ing control of the most productive pructve fields fieldsand felds feldsnnd fieldsand
and drive out of business
the oysterman oystermanwho oysteran oysteranwho oystermanwho
who now depends upon his hL catch for tora a
living They Te further claim the waters
in the State belong b lonG to the people and andshould andshould andshould
should not be farmed tare out to to private in individuals Indhldung individuag ¬
dividuals or or corporations corporationsHad corpratons corpratonsHad corporationsHad
Had a Close Shave ShaveUntil Shaverntl Shavetntil
Until rntl now the tidewater tdewater counties countes have havesuccessfully havesu havesuCcssfuI1y
successfully su crssCul resisted resiste every cve attempt atempt to toenact toenact toenact
enact any nn legislation Jeglslaton which would ould de deprive deprhe deprive ¬
prive them of control By B logroll 101oJn logroijing Ins and andother andother andother
other methods only onbtoa too common to legis ¬
lative bodies they theYnlwa always 8 managed managedeither managedflther managedeither
either flther to kill ki the bill bi outright outrght or or load
it down with amendments amendment which hlch render rendered rendered rendered ¬
ed It Inoperative The latter plan
Jatte work worked worked worked ¬
ed at the last session but It I was as not notuntil nt ntunti notuntil
until unti the th closing cosing hours hour that the the bill bl was
beaten beten It I was the closest shave sh e the theoystermen theosteren theoysterinen
oystermen osteren ever had Had It not ot been b6n
for the Senatorial fight which left
ght sore soreness soreness soreflees ¬
ness and a a desire denJIe on the part of certain certainlawmakers cernln cernlnlawmtk certainlawmakers
lawmakers lawmtk r to get even with certain certaini certin certinpeople certtnpeople
i people it is more than likely 1el the th tv meas measure reas reasurA measurn ¬
urn would have hne passed passedThe puesfd puesfdThe passedThe
The Intention Intenton Is to push It again at ntthe atthe atthe
the coming session scsSlon sessionS and already the con contending contentlng contending ¬
tending tentlng forces are lining lning up for the thefray thetra thefray
fray tra But tho politicians poltcians dont don1 intend intendto Int nd ndto
to take sides this time timeTwo tme tmeTvo timeTwo
Two years 3r ago the th Republicans Republcans put a aplank aplank aplank
plank in their platform plator which hich read like likestraddle nkestraddle likestraddle
straddle but leaned 1cncd very ycr ver much to to the thetidewater th thtdet thetidewater
tidewater tdet r counties cuntcJ The object was to tocatch tocatch tocatch
catch voters on the Eastern E9tern Shore and andyet atd3et
yet et not seriously p rlomdy offend orend those on this thisside thfsIde thisside I
I side Ide of the bay ba The Democrats simply 8ImI 8ImIadocnted simplyadvocated
advocated some experiment In 1 oyster oysterculture
culture culure and let It so o at that As A all allj allthe I
j I the candidates carcdtts of both parties prles In the theoyster ther theoyster
oyster r gter districts I trt declared teclurcd against leasing leasingneither I I Ineither
neither Uhr Sid Id gained glln < anything anthtn the thl Demo Democrats Democrate ¬ I
crate cr ts as heretofore h NrOr votSnc otn < for or her tHr tHrnomSItfS theIrnominees hernominees
nominees nomSItfS and u1l the thl Republicans R pubUem < being beingequally bel belccuaJ beIngequally
equally ccuaJ partisan partisanIn I
In Baltimore nalU ore city et and county the sen sentiment sentment sentirnent ¬
timent tment was strong for planting plantng but in inthe 1 1thf iithe
the thf upper western westornMryland Maryland counties countieslittle coun11esItJe countieslittle
little ItJe or no no Interest was taken tnJon where whereupon whereupon whereUpon ¬
upon it I was ra proposed thnt all l of the therevenue theII therevcnui
revenue derived Itrltd from the leasing l a5lng of the thebeds thebeds
II beds ahould be applied applec to the better betterment bNtermnt bettermoat ¬ I
moat of the th roads rOfHs This brought brou h these tht theseinto e I IInto I
Into line 11 and d but Ilt for or the break hr lk at An Annapolis Anna n nnapolis ¬
napolis na ols rrferrod r1c to the planting JI nUng advo advocates adr ndecntes ¬
cates t g would rou11 have h C won wonThe wonThe on
II The Republicans Rcpubllns esnlaln their failure failureto aiure aiureto j jto
to refer to the thp oyster QJstcr question this year yearby ear earh j jby
by h stating staUns that it Is I a sectional ntctonal one oneand on oneand
and must mu t be settled ltN on nonpartisan nonpartisanlines nonpartsn nonpartsnJne nonpartisanHnei 1
lines Jne < The fact Is limy Ihty feared f nrEc to offend offendrithcr ofen1 ofen1it Offcnltithcr I
rithcr it r side apprehending apptflHU gome eorr omo effoet effoeton eiTeton t ton
on the th amrrdm nmerdmet mrdm n t vote ot in ease tas the theelement theClcnt theelcmnt
element Clcnt ignored lJnord slouitl feel Cel 1 pggrlwed pggrlwedFor rsgrhpdFor oggrledFor
For the tht same t1 rason It is s mon < than ihanprobable rhnprob thanprobable
probable prob bJe the Democrats Dro ats may m3 nao fli2OCifl fli2OCiflelude con conclude cndude ¬
dude to t eliminate clmnate any = n ny reference rorr ne to oy oysters 0 0trs oyaters ¬
sters trs from their thflr platform platformApplegarths platformI platformApplegarth3
Applegarths Candidacy CandidacyThoro Cnndidacyrhlr CandidacyThere
I
There rhlr is I one ardent advocate cf tho thooyutermcns tm tmO tiooystermcns
oyutermcns O I ttlcns cause use in the Eastern E trJ Short Shortvho Shortwh
1 vho vh wh is I neekint llnf reelection rrehcton and who nnd nndho nudh6 atidho
ho play pln p1ayd J walr dr with wih his h party plrl partyomits siso sisociates S SC3tfS
omits C3tfS irfsht fght haw 1 iave avoided 30Id d rou rouh h aks aksdinj 3i 1 1dh1
dinj dh1 and ard probable 1nobaticctdflt defeat He HI is Sttm Sttmtjr S Stiut u utJr
tjr t r William Ila Apple pplcgnrt nrth cf Dorchester DorchesterThis iOCi1tr iOCi1trnus Ociit5cr Ociit5crrhs
This county count should hould be Republican ncnlc but butwhn h1 ltZwhen
when h n tii tJ the Democrats Dcocrat arc re united un I J and andprovided an1proIGE nnIprovided
provided proIGE with plenty of cuh coh Ii tiuy tw man manege Jln Jlncg ina inaage ¬
age cg to win In out out Four years cus ngj Ig Apple Applegurth PI PIs piiC piiCgarth <
garth s rh was elected elcl d to the senate Stnllte and andIhrre nndIt andlhre
It Ihrre hne Democrats D m rits and nd one 01 Republican Republicansent HtpuhUcn HtpuhUcnsrrt flCPUII1C JIi JIiscnt
sent srrt to th the house hO5 o of dultkatra dclJatc rhtr rhtrrras rht rhtt33 rhere rhereivas
rras t33 no division lilon In th the > tnuc then t1 At Atthe t tthe tthe
the l Iat cfl t State Stat ejection ehtt 11lron Ion J hx vAr I r Aiua AiuaApplesarths J IL ILpplltths lit litApplegartiis
Applesarths pplltths scat Jrat va not at tt Ke i t l lie lieholding > e eholding
holding ovvr u7 r he tGneuiT t lntHrcl d in lb ti > 1 ittn ittnination in inination mInn
ination Inn ton of C candWstt clellht caiitlltts s who 10 were frf un unfriendly ur urrrIendl ittfriendly ¬
friendly rrIendl to his faction tacton but i iet t the th ol oltlon f1 f1lion o1e o1eLion
lion fa s charssd cha = wlthhavins witIihavin IU1hhlntthrovIU1m thrown them
1 It MATTERS OF INTEREST INTERESTTO INTERESTTo INTEREST INTERESTTO
TO ALL MUSIC USIC LOVERS
Mr M Sydney SYdne Lloyd Wrlghtson presi president president presldent ¬
dent of the Washington Coot C coeor coeorMusic of ofMuuic orIu
o the Vashtntton
Music Iu I returned rturncd from California on Fri Friday Frida Friday ¬
da day last Just J st previous to his leaving leavliigrVenice levlr levlrn leavingVnicc
Venice n c he closed a contract ontrct with lh Mr MrAbbot MrAbbOt r
Abbot b Kinnoy lnne the te founder oun er of o Venice Venicewhereby Yenlcewhfreb Venicewhereby
whereby whfreb he he leased iead the University of ofArts otArfsbn ofArts
Arfsbn Arts building l g and andh1s has established tblhed there thereIn there thereIn therein
In a branch br nch of tho thoYvnehingtofl Washington VnshlngonColog VnshlngonCologor College Collegeof ColIogof
of Music luslc This college colese wfllbe f c under dcr uie uiedirection t thc thcdireotiop
direction dlreton of Mr r William WlUnm H LOU who whoIs whc Whois
Is most favorably favorb1 known lcon throughout throughouttho throughout throughouttho
tho State Bt te of California CaUfor1 and especially especiallyin eseJal
in and ground rouJd lx LsAng Lea > s Angeles AngelesMr AngelesMr les lesMr
Mr Wrightson rthtson has haS engaged cngged fourteen fourteenmembers fourteen fourteenmember fourteenmembers
members member on the t1e the facility and one of the themost themoet themogt
most important ImprttntcQ cQritrjxcts Urict that he h made madewas r madewatt ce cewaf
was waf that the dramatic drmatc department departmentshould department1hon departmentshould
1hon should be controlled by the Doblnson DoblnsonSchool DoblnsonSchool DoblnsonSchool
School of Expression rejlon as part pat of the thecollege th thcol thqcOlIg
college col e of music music This dramatic drnuiU draatIdChooI draatIdChooIis School Schoolis chool choolIs
is the th leading institution Insttutonot of Its kind kind on onthe onthe onthe
the Venice V niacotst nitce coast coastIt otst otstIt
It f la 18 Mr r Wrlshtsons 1Vrlght50ns intention Intenton to go goto goto goto
to California Calforia every everY summer Iummer In I person personto persontConduct personto
tConduct to conduct the summer s summer mmer school tking tking1th taking takingwith takingwith
with 1th him the most m05t prominent promlIcnt members membersof m mbers mbersor
of or his college colcge here He has had a a most mostsuccessful mostsucpssful mostsuceeserul
sucpssful successful season this summer and the theestablishment theestablshment theestablishment
establshment establishment of this branch brancho of his hiscollege his hiscolfSe hiscollege
colfSe college In California Caltornla will wJ add still stU fur further further further ¬
ther to his 1 ls prestige prestigePupil prctgc prctgcPupi prestigePupil
i
Pupil Pupi of QfHeinrchBar Heinrich Hei rich Barth BarthFranic j
B Frank r Gebest pianist organist and andteacher andtecbcr andteacher
teacher tecbcr has been spending spending the past a t year yearIn yearIn yearin
In Europs EurO reviewing his musical musl al studies studiesHe studiesIte j
He was previously a n pupil pupi of the great Jreat Jreatmater greatmaster i imaster
mater master Heinrich Earth at the t Royal RoyalHigh RoylIg RoyalTlgh
High Ig School of Music tusic Berlin Berlnand and has hasnow hasnowJust hasnow
nowJust now just spent sp nt half a a year In the same samecity samecity samecity
city under und r the instruction Instructon of or Xavier XavierBcharwenkn Xavlr8ehar XavierSeharwenka
Bcharwenkn 8ehar nk and atd half ha1fa a year In Paris Pariswith ParIlh Pariswith
with lh Moezkowskl o8zowskl Mr lIr Gebest received receivedmuch receivedmuch receivedmuch
much praise prise from rromboth both these gentle gentlemen gentlemen ¬
men for rOt his talents talent and attainments He Heintends HeIntends Heintends
intends now to remain In Washington Washingtonhaving Washingtonhaving Vashln8on Vashln8onhavng
havng having reopened reopene his studio at 1227 13 Four Fourteenth Faur Faurteenth Fourteenth ¬
teenth street northwest northwestA natw at atAVau
A AVau Valuable b e Additioni AdditioniSydney Mditisa MditisaSydne < dt n i i8ydne
Sydney Ziloyd LloY 140 d WrlKhtson Vrght on president r i iot of ofthe ofThe
the 1 Washington 1 Ta h mtonCollege College of Music iuslc usl an announces an annouce anflounces ¬
flounces nouce the engagement engaseme t o Mrs Irs Xotta XottaMills Lott LottaZsjIis
Mls Mills Hough HQ HQU g gh as s one ne of r the members of ofthe orhe ofthe
the he piano department deprtn nt of the the college collegeMr colege colegeIr collegeMr
Mr Ir Wrightson rghton is to be congratulated cougrtUJated cougrtUJatedupon congratulatedupon j
upon securing such a valuable addltloij addltloijto atdlt011 atdlt011ti additioli additiolito
to ti his college co1e e Mrs trs Hough lough who wh has al already alrend already
ready rend been known know here previous prelou to her hermarriage hermariage hermarriage
marriage mariage as n < Miss 188 Lotta Ltt Mills Us has las one oneof oneor oneof
of the finest fnest reputations reputtions as a musician musicianIn mutlcatl mutlcatlIn
In the country countr and will 1 add consider considerably conslder consldernbly considerably ¬
ably to the already arendy high hf h artistic Ustc per personnel per personnel personnet ¬
sonnel of tle faculty cu1y of of the college colege Mrs MrsIx MrsLotta
Ix Ltta Lotta > tta Mills IU s Hough will vm be here for the t the theopening e eopening j jopening
opening qf the t o college colege tomorrow tomorrowCollege tomorow tomorowCole tomOrrowCollege
College Cole e of Music Open OpenThe OpenThe
The Washington W hlnson College Co1ege of Music Musicl2llZO rusl
12131220 lZ81Z F street opens Its Is doors door to tomorrow ¬
morrow moIW for its Is second season with a alargo f s slarge
largo and Increased Increaed faculty facul Much Iuch is isexpected isexpected
expected expcte of this Institution JnsltuUon In musical musicalcircles musIcalcircles
crclEs circles this year Enr The personnel of trie triefaculty ti tflefaculty
faculty facuJ is a great geat improvement Jmprement upon uponlast uponlat uponlast
last lat year ear The addition additon of a Dr Cornelius CorneliusRubner Corelu CorneliusRubner
Rubner Is a big thing as he holds the thechair thechair thechair
chair at the present prsent time tmo of Dean of the theMusic theMusic
Music Department of the Columbia Columbia Tni Tniverslty Fniyrsit
verslty ve I3tr Mrs Mrs Hope l < p Hopkins Borroughs BorroughsIs Boroughs BoroughsIs
Is another valuableJacquisition yalunblcnculslonin in the thepiano thepiano
piano department deprment as as s are Miss Uss Clara ClaraDrew ClaraDrew
Drew and Mrs rs Henry Hen Hunt McKee cKee in inthe Inthe
the te vocal department deprtmet The dramatic dramaticdepartment drmntlc dramaticdepartment
department this year ear will wI be in in the thehands thehands thehands
hands of Mr Charlemagne Koehler Kocher who whois whois
is already alrady known in Washington Lee Lectures Lc Lctures Leetures ¬
tures on musical topics topic will 1 be given giventhroughout giventhroughout
throughout thrughout the year enr by Mrs Mr Berenice BereniceThompson BereniceThompson
Thompson Mr Wrightson rlghtson announces announcestwenty announcestwenty
twenty free scholarships cholarhps in the different differentdepartments dicrent differentdepartments
departments deprtmets which will wU be b open until untilOctober unti untilOctober
October Octobr 10 and which wilt wl be bCward awarded awardedby awarde4by 1 1by
by competitive competUe examination examinationThe examinationThe xmlnton xmlntonThe
The general senerl lines Umsd of the college clege thi thidown this thisdown thisdown
down The T Th feeling against arnt hint h1ws hiztvas was in intense Intese intease ¬
tense tese but nevertheless he managed managedthrough Janu rnzinngdthrough d dthrough
through control of o tho th organization organizationsecure Orulzllu ergaitizatittosecure > Jlecure
secure lecure a renominaMon this year < r Now Xowthose Xu Xutho Nowthose
those tho r who accuse him hlmC if treachery trcu tr achorr i1 > Y arc arcout arcout areout
out with Tlh their thtr knives and the t thetions indica indications nel ¬
tions are that not qv cyn n the oyster oy tQr vole volewhich votewhich ot otwhich
which is very ery heavy ea can In save fac him Tinthree Tin Jh Jhthree Jltethree
three Democratic Democrat newspapers newsfapcr Jr r Cam Cambridge CambrdG Cantbridge ¬
bridge brdG which is the county COnt seat seat re refused refued refued ¬
fued to support lupport Mm and nd havinc J1tI no noadvocate 11 11d10 noadvocate
advocate d10 tf he wag wa oblIged to start a anewspaper anewspaper anewspaper
newspaper himself htmsc The Th first frst issue was waspublished naspubllhcd ns nspubUshcd
published last week and in It Applcgarili ItApplcSrthurfu itAlIlCgartliurged Applcgariliurged
urged urfu harmony and forgiveness forgivenessCollector torglensColector forgivenessCollector
the Republi Republican Itepubilcan ¬
Collector Colector Goldsborough publ publcn
can cn leader lend r in the t1C county count says suJ his party partywas part partW33 partwas
was never so well wl organized orgnIzed as s now nowand nownl nowand
and nl with vUh dimension di nslon in ih I h Democratic Democraticcamp D Deocratlccamp crtlc crtlcc2mp
camp c2mp he predicts preicts a a Republican majority majorityof mujori mujoriot
of at least n5t COO o The ticket Uctct here is more moreeasily mor morensl moreeasily
easily ensl voted otid because the the party desig designation desl deslnnton designation ¬
nation I Is retained relaln hence It is though thoughthe thouhthe thoughthe
nnton the illiterate liter t jiegroes JEgrOp3 can ivi o n nt nstructtd nstructtdto > tructfd tructfdto rurtt rurttto
to vote ote It properly proper Should this prove proveto prC prCto proveto
to be truc the Dcma Demoirttic < ritlc rat tlaUet tl 15 s In Ina 11 11a itta
a bad way wa
wayBlair waBli Blair Bli Lees Chances ChancesBlair Chancesar ChancesBiar
Blair ar I Leo ef the thl Democratic Democrtic candidate candidatefor cnid candidatefor tc tctor
for State St tc senator In Montgomery rontomcrr Is s an another anotht another ¬
other otht who who will wi need every eYer vote he can canpoll canpon canpoll
poll notwithstanding nQtwlthsnn lnc the county count is nor normally norman normalir ¬
mally man Democratic D mocrtc by from frm 300 50 to CK C > Mr MrIce MrLee lr lrIe
Ice succeeded succ edt1 In defeating deutng Spencer SpencerJones SpcncrOn SpencerJones
by h enlisting the theaid thenld theaid
Jones On > R in the primaries prmarcs nlstlng
aid of what rat Is termed tertd the club crowd crowdThis cruwdThis crowdThis
This includes InludEs the sporting sportrs clement tliment and andlh andth
of license With Ith these thesewere thesewere
th advocates a oates 1n ttese ttesewere
were < the th Independent Democrats Dfcerats head headed hetdtd headed ¬
ed td by Dr D Wootten Vooa and oxSenator oxSenatorlioulc cxScnnorBouie exSenatorLteuc
lioulc who have h been tiRhtlntr ti htn the t e reg regular re reu13r regular ¬
ular organization orrnlaton fcr year years ear and Gay Governor Go Gomor Gayernor ¬
Warfields friends who have no nolove noJove nolove
ernor mor nreldS
love for to Colonel Jones ane Without lhott those thosewho thosewho thosewho
who obJect ob1ct to the lid tt being b jn Kept down downhowever downI own ownho
I however ho the independents could not nothwe nothave
have von They The tried It rpentecly and andfailed anciI
I failed falld > otv th tht the < club cub men mt expect tprct Lt Ltto Ltto Lee Leetorl >
to torl nd dthm thom a at t Annapolis mroU In having ro ropMlf 1f 1fj rrpcnltd 1
j pMlf pcnltd d the lay I which wl lch prohibits pohibtsthe the sal salI al alI
of r lIquor at a 11 the 1h clubs nd nd r
other olhfr objectionable objcUon restrictions restrictionsThe rertrktioflsThe
I The antisaloon ntsloon clement CIfJH > nt is cognisantof
I of f this uptl 111 with the thp vlfv vie 1tn of forcing forcingithe rrclJ rrclJthC
ithe thC lhciSsUe Isup Ul has called c lcd upon uIon IOfl the candidates
1 of 0 bath jinrtics rl to declare 1clr themselves themselvesI themstIls themstIlsr
I 17r r lees I ecs os reply rtp Wf was V s he ht wouM wo tl reftr retf r th thquestions thQUlem
questions QUlem 8t1i askf Pk i to the he
rrunty committee but 1lt Jcs JcgJh ph T Moore Moorethe Moorethe oorc oorcth
the th nrpnbl1 Republican lad Ifn leadtr tr r frankly frnk1 tn announced tnnouueed n nI
nouueed fUI lie hI ii would o11d prevent 1Ircot1 If possible possiblethe ussihe ussihethe c sslb sslbthe
I the the rp r repii pII I of the the laws now n force forceSinsularly fcreeSingularly crc crcSlnulrh
Singularly enough cnouch It w Wi wis w uP upon ° n this 111s Is Issue isI Issue
sue that Mr M Moore Ioore was as eloctod lfctod senatoronce
I once before defeating George G lrJc Peter fi fifather t1father
father t f f the th < three Peter ctC1 boys who en enKlnereri f fJhl ongineeren
Klnereri Jhl rc the tight lhl against Irslnt Jones Oe ttn1now n
coarty I t orgnnteitlrr orgnnteitlrrMr h
now not eonrnl onr1 th tIA the CO orhnI
I Mr 1 r llo IoJ o1C re wns w1 pUetetl pIc tt State senator tn tr in in18S
18S 1S t inil snC < rce Cl then no 1 ii H nfhc llcnthlican ubllcan n hs hsrrpesente1 h
rrpesente1 1 the c county In the th senate senateMr senateIr senateMr
t
rpescn Mr Ir Moore llv JhfS ° s In thi QuriUer Qu kcr set settlftrrcrtt s settisment t ttm
tlftrrcrtt nt tid rid wIH wl receive the solid ol sup supTcrt SUJ stir4ct
Tcrt tm crl of oltht1 o the rc Friends Frlc1 who hc poll 1dl a i iperccntae large largepercentage
percentage of the vote cast in the th coun
lcrcntae tle
year ear will itll 1 be purely pure of an educational educationalcharacter eductUona education1character
character charcter Mr r Wrightson Wrlghts n will w1 devote devotehis devotehis deyotehis
his entire entre energies to the development developmentof
of the college collg which which lias 1mlncreM lut increased d so sorapidly sorpidly sorapidly
rapidly rpidly that It will wi occupy OCUpy his entire entiretime enUr entirOtIme
time tm He has abolished abolshed his hs bureau burau pf pfartists citartists t tarit
artists arit and has retired retre permanently permanentlyfrom p prmaiientiYrota raerty raertytrom
from rota the managerial Held ot any dcr dcrscriptlon d dcrpUon dcription
scriptlon scriptlonReturns crpUon crpUonRetums criptionReturns
Returns From Abroad AbroadMrs Abroadlr AbroadMrs
Mrs lr Grace DyerKnight D erKnlght who has hasspent h hasspent s sspent
spent six months of this thI year abroad abroadhas abroadhas abroadhas
has just returned retured to this city cJt arid a Is Isnow Isnow isnow
now at her hel home 1347 117 Roanoke street stect streetMrt j jMrs
Mrs DyerKnight D rKnlght Is I wellknown In Inmusical Inmusicnl inmusical
musical circles crcles In this country countr and nndabroad andabroad j jabroad
abroad While in London she sang at ata ata ata
a garden rden party part given by by Lady Ld Victoria Victora VictoraMurra VictoriaMurray j jMurray
Murray Murra and also at a a a reception recpton at the thecIty thecity j jcity
city residence of the Earl Ear of o Dunmore DunmoreMrs DumoreIr DunmoreMrs
Mrs Ir DyerKnlpht Dy rKnlft possesses a n dramatic dramaticsoprano drm dramaticsoprano tc tcsoprno
ot and at attractive attcUve attractive
soprano soprno voice of rare rn training ¬
tractive powers POCr While in Europe she sheadded shenddd sheadded
added considerably co Id erbl to her repertoire repertoireand repertolrcand repertoireand
nddd 1
and also a 3 good collection of old Eng English Englsh English ¬
lish lsh folklore songs and nd songcycles of ofmixed ormlx ofmixed
mixed mlx quartets quartet both with wih and without withoutorchestral wlh withOutorchestral ut utrchpstral
orchestral rchpstral accompaniments Mrs rs Dyer DerEnl DyerKnight i iKnisht
Knight Enl ht has many mnn friends and admirers admirersIn admlrcrt
In this city clt whose hese number was was largely largelyincreased largci largelyincreased
increased last lat winter by her most satis satisfactory eatisfactory aU aUfactory ¬
factory work vork ay leader or oalnglnJ singing in the theFirst LheFirst theFirst
First Church of o Christ < hrst Scientist SCIEnUst She 9hcIs SheIs SheIs
Is an American AmeIcan gfrl Jrl rl who has had an ex extended extpnded cxtended
tended tpnded musical musicl training in Europe Europe She S Sheig e i iIs
Is a a young oung widow having hln been married marriedto marffe
to a distinguished dlstn distinuirhed l hd young oung Englishman Englishmanand Englshmnt
and nrd was thus introduced Into English Englishsociety Engls Englssocift Engltsisociety
society socift She returns to her native coun country count country ¬
try t to 9 establish cSUb1 h hersel herself In this hll city cf as a asinger asinger asinger
singer and teacher a twofold role rolewhich rolewhich rolewhich
which by gifts sUs preparation preparUon heredity hereditypersonality hereditypermnaU hereditypersonality
personality permnaU and conscience conce e she is emi eminently eminentj cminently ¬
nently nentj fitted ftted to fill fl with 1th grace gac and andpower andowr andbower
power powerOrganist bowerOrganist owr owrOrganist
Organist at St St Margarets MargaretsAlfred MargaretsAlred MargaretsAlfred
Alfred Alred G Eldridge will w1 on Sunday Sundaycommence Sunda Sundacmnrencc Sundaycommence
commence cmnrencc his work as nsorgnist organist at St StjMargajets Star StMargiijets
jMargajets ar ct Church Churh Connecticut Connetcut avenue aenuer avenuetr j
Mr tr r Eldrldgc Eldrlse made 1ndehl his first frst appearance tPparanc appearanceI
I iin irt Washington Ya hlngton last spring srng when many ma manywill j jwill
will wf recollect reolet his brilliant brUat playing plnlngnt plnlngnti at atone atoqa
i one oq of the Saturday SturdY organ oran recitals recItas recitals jgivcn jgivcnat give ives ivesat
i at St St St Johns John Church during Lent under underj underthe
j i the direction drectan of H H Freeman Frema or organlst 01 organist
r ganlst gnlst of that tta church churchj churchMr
j I Mr r Eldridge Edridge completed compJete his education educationi educaton educatonI educationwith
i with wih several eerl years yenn study abroad abron < study studyIns studylog
i Ins In Berlin Berln Dresden Drese and London Londont Lndon LndonIAmong LondonAmong
t IAmong Among his teachers were wee Otto DIencl DIenclorgan DIencli Dienelorgan
i > organ Ernest LTest Hutchinson piano and andOtto andOUo andOtto
Otto Boise composition compsiton and ad harmony harmonyall hnr harmonyall n nnJ
all nJ of Berlin Berln For five fve years ye Mr Eld Eldi EldrISC Eldridge
i ridge rISC was the organist orgnist pf St St Johns JohnsChurch JohnsChurch ohn ohnChurch
Church Knoxville Knoxle Tenn the largest largestand Inrget Inrgetand largestand
and most fashionable church of that thatj tht thatcity
I Ii
j city tlt He resigned resIged to to go to Epworth EpworthChurch Ep EpwotlhChurch orh orhChurch
1 Church Norfolk Xorroll Va Va where he presided prsided prsidedover presidedover
over the largest organ orn In the country countrysouth countrysouth
south fouth of Philadelphia PhiadelphIa and one of the thelargest thelarsest thelargest
largest organs In America merlc In addi addition additon adciitiOn ¬
tion ton to these prominent positions pslt ns Mr MrEidridgc MrEidridge r rI
Eidridgc I drldgc was also at one time organist organistof ornIst ornIstor
of the American Amerlnn Church Churh In Berlin BerlinWhile BerHnhle BerlinWhile
While hle in iCorfolk Mr 1 Eldridge Eldrdge gave gve a aseries aStrles aseries
series Strles of organ orn recitals rtcbl which were very verypopular yeryJpuLr verypopular
popular JpuLr with the general generl public publc and and1elicited andUelted andelicited
elicited favorable ft rble comment from the thepubc thepub thepubc
pubc pub c press pressMr pressr pressMr
Mr r Eldridge comes to Washington Washingtonwell WashingtonveU Washingtoni
i well equipped culpped In Intu31C1 musical experience ex rlence and andchoir nndchoir andchoir
choir training tclrlng His Ils playing pla ng is charac characterized characI ¬
I terized terze by 1 broad and expressive inter interpretation 1ntcrpretaUon Interpretatlon ¬
pretation pretaUon He is a brilliant brlant technltl technltleian technlt tecnnitiI
i I elan One of the pleasing qualities qualtes of ofhis ofI ofhis
his Tork Is his versatility yersatity His organ organplaying organpln organplaying
I playing pln inS is always ahva characterized cbarcterz l by bJ a nvery aI avet
very vet C soulful ou1ul and intelligent Jntdlgert interpreta interpretation IntcT Interpretation reta retatlon ¬
tion In addition additon to being b ln an organist organistand ornls ornlsand organistand
I and choir director dlr ctor Mr Eldridgo EldrdJo is also alsoa
a 3 pianist of some ome note having done doneconsiderable done donecomddcrble doneconsiderable
considerable comddcrble concert playing It is the
Intention of Mr r Eldridge EldrJdJe to give IIe a series seriesof seriesof te
eres eresof
of organ orgn recitals recinls the coining comig season 2enson In
St St Margarets Church Churchty ChurchI Churchty
ty t and many man of whom are Democrats DemocratsThen Democmtrhen DemocratsThen
I Then again agin there are many my other Demo Democrats Democrats ¬
crats crts opposed op osed to liquor lquor selling splng who ho will willnot willnot m
I not no1 vote ote for a h candidate unless he In Inclines InJnes inclinics ¬
clines Jnes toward prohibition prohibiton Unless Unlesstherefore UnlesRthererore Unlessthoretore
therefore Mr lr Lee unequivocally unequloc1 de declares docitirea ¬
clares cre3 his opposition oppositon to to any n change in inthe Inthe inthe
the Jaw he cannot rnnot count upon his hispartys hlgpart hispartys
partys part support On the theother other hand handshould handhould handshould
should he decide ccde to cater to the anti antlllqupr ant antiliquor
llqupr liquor vote ote he will wi alienate alenate that ele elemesit dcmetit
mesit melit which not only on1 helped to nomi nominate nomlnnte notninate ¬
nate him but actually ctunlh contributed contributedheavily contributedheavily
heavily htnJ to his campaign fund fund2Co fundXo fundNo
2Co candidate In recent re ent years ear5 has sue succeeded sueceeded ¬
ceeded In winning wlio viiofavcred favored license licenseand licenseand
and as the sentiment sentment in the county count has hasnot hasnot
not undergone undEronc any change It would be bea bea
a risky rlsk thing for any nn candidate to com combat comI cornbat ¬
bat It
I
I Robinson of Harford HarfordStill Harord HarordSUB HarfordStill
Still another candidate for the t10 senate senateIn senateIn senatein
In a Democratic Democrtc county count who ho is up upagainst upnralnst upagainst
against nralnst It is I Thomas H Robinson of ofHarford of1larford
Harford He was renominated after nrer a ahot ahot
hot fight f ht against two others othcn Hud there therebeen tI thereben re reb
been b en only ono on other in the th field feld the thC vote votewould votewould
r would have been bccn pretty prty close caBo as it I was wasthe va wasthe
the two divided thled the opposition Oppoon and Rob Robinson Itohinson ¬
I inson received a plurality plurlt of nearly nearl nearlAlhoulh SOO SOOAl 500Although
Al Alhoulh Although though an n able representative and the theprospective thtprospctvc tlitprospective
prospective prospctvc president of the senate senateshould sente senteI senateshould
should shouJt he be elected eJte Mr Robinson Is Isnot Isnot isnot
I not a 3 bit bi sure of nn election electon He le in incurred Incurred incurred ¬
curred the ill i will of a number of his hispeople hispcope hispeople
people by b advocating a oC1lng and voting vctn for the theJudges thejtilgeS
I Judges pension ptzlon bill hl and for helping helplnl to toI todefeat o odefeat
I defeat Iefethe the railroad Tlrol tower towlr mens men eight clghthour el eighthour ht htI
hour bill bl Then again he fought the themeasure theJrsure theInerisure
measure Jrsure Increasing the nay pl of teachers teachersThe tc teachersThe ache acheorb
I The Democrats Democrts In the county admit dmlt he hemust i1emust liemust
must hustle to win In The rlc Republicans Republicanswill Republcans RepublcansI
will Tm probably nominate Edward Ewart M 1 Al Allen Allen AlJEn ¬
I len JEn one of the most popular young men menIn menIn menIn
In the county countyThe count countTIt countyThe
The TIt illness Inls of Gen L r Victor Vitor Baush Baushj Itauglitrait
j I iran ran h hns s dlsnrranpetl c rrn t the plans of Sen Senatoz Seaator
1 ator atoz Gorman The TI Frederick Fre rlc county count countI countyleader
j I leader cndc was to have lun been betn placed in incharge1 incharge
charge chaf of tho campaign tmpalon for the amend amendment nmendm amendmont ¬
1 mont m < nt leaving Ilaln Chairman Chtlran Vandlver free freeto treeI freeto
I to look after ner the registration nl trton and the thecandidates thccandidates thecandidates
candidates If the reports received here hererc hereI heresre
I trc sre rc accurate uct rtc General Gencrl Baushnian may mayl rny rnyho maybe
l ho > e obliged obUred to leave the State nnd seek seeku seekitt
J itt u more eongoiiii congo11J climate flte until unti he has hasI
I fully ful recovered rCelt His enforced cn orcet absence abs absenceI nco
J 11 I will necessitate neelate a change ehnn In the t1 man management manI ¬
I eut It Is mci Mr lr
agement aoc likely Vandlver Vauelnr Vauelnrnay Vandivcrnay
t nay have to assume asume full ful control contrl as asj a ai aislicretofor
j heretofore hCIetaor and do the tht best he > can The Theannouncement TheI Theannouncement
announcement annonc mnt was a3 made at t headquur headquurI headquarters hendqutrters
I I ters that the the campaign Cmpalg would oult not be beInaugurated le leInaut beinaugurated
Inaugurated Inaut rrntcd until unti after the State State con cont
j I I xention ientionltnltirnorc t nton
I Baltimore BIItmorc politicians polUclnn3 are art more inter interest Iltr litterI
i I est 4fh1 esti l in their t htIr primaries which are to toI
be hI held h 1l Moiuln tcitt1i thin in the nmenil nmenilI ament
I I iont Jn Both parties partes will m nominate can cncldntes cani
i dlJntcs cldntes for one ont eourt Clurt clerkship sheriff sheriffsurveyor shert sheriffI
1 I surveyor tlryor a t chief chh1 ju jltl judge < lre for the supreme supremeI
I l 1peIi i neh and members mmhfr of the th Legislature Lglslnture
jit I J it Is s I not likely 1 iikel 1 el that Chief hl Judge utlEe Henry Hen HenI
Harlnn Harla who iy candidate for
I 11 a l cnn1cnte fot rc rcelection r reeletton
election I will be opposed opposct by the Repub R RepubIlicaas pub
I Ilicaas
L Long ng Story of GraftIn Graft GraftIn GraftIn
In National Capital CapitalRobberies CapitalRobberie5 CapitalI
Robberies I in National and District Govern Governments Government Governments ¬
ments ment Reviewed by Mrs John A Logan LoganTalks LoganTalks LoganTalks
Talks of Vacations Also
Some one h ha has said Bad that tht latterly laterJy con conI cOr coit coitJittons
I Iiton8 Jittons itlons have have not been been9o pod for tor grafters graftersThey grafer graftersThey
They The have h3ve certainly ctlJy been be n most osttavorablc osttavorablcto favorable favorablefor favorableor
for to or the thedlscoer discovery of defalcations defacUons and the theexposure theexposure theexposure
exposure of the unfaithful unCatJtul in Washing Washington Wahln Wahlnton Wazhngton ¬
ton I i believe beleye it is expected expcted that tht at all allcapitals al allcapitals
capitals there there1s Is Is alwaJs always some dishonest dishonestperson dshonut dshonutperson dishonestperson
in the employ of the
person government governmentand gverment gvermentand governmentand
and that It would wouldbex be expecting ectng too tO much muchto mucht9 ranchto
to Ima Imagine lne that thnttherwould there Would ever be a atime at8 atime
time t8 when there therwa was not peculation peclaton of ofpublic o opublc ofpublic
public publc funds fundsSome tundSome fundsSome
Some tjjne te ago jgo investigations In tgtons began bgan in inthe Inth inth
the th PostofftcQ Department resulting reultng in instartling iJ I IstartlinK
startling tarUng discoveries dlsoverl s and ad the fall of men menwho menwhQ menWhO
who had ha < been ben Intrusted Intsted with power powe and andhonored andbonored andbonored
bonored by appointment appoIntmen to prominent prominentand pr prominentand mlnEnt mlnEntnd
and nd important Important positions posItons and develop developing deeoplng developIng ¬
ing astounding connections conneUons In the sys systematic sy systennatic ¬
tematic tematc robbery of the Government GovernmentIn Goverment
In the offce otce o of the Auditor Audtor of Q the he Dls Dlstrict Dlstct Digtrict
trict tct a ayounK young man ma on a e small s al salary salar had hadactually hd hdactuaUy hadactually
actually actuaUy carried carlldon on the most audacious audaciousscheme au au4aclousscheme aious aious8chem
scheme of thievery thl ver in handlin hatdUn the thechecks tb tbchecks thechecks
checks payable to the Auditors u4lors office officeand ofce ofcend ofitceand
and nd boldly dashed dnned about out the city et In an anautomobile anautmobic an anautpmobiie
automobile autmobic that tat many wealthy t lh men menwpuld menW9uld menwciuld
wpuld not have thought thtught of owning owningplayed owing owingplaed owningplayed
played the races races went wen to New No York and andother endother nd ndo
other o her cities cltes on outing outn expeditions epitons with without without without ¬
out attracting nttractng the attention atenton of the theOclals of officials officlais ¬
ficials until uU by accident cldent his hlsdetalcatlons hlsdetalcatlonswere defalcations defalcationswere defalcationsWere
were discovered discoveredHe discoveredHe oercd oercdHe
He was subsequently subsequent tried convicted convictedand convictedand convictedand
and and sentenced s ntenced to the penitentiary penlentar for a aIons along along
Ions long term ter but that did not change the thefact thefact thefact
fact that there had neeri nen blind ncll ncllgence neUgence neligence
gence or he could culd never eor have ha e taken tkeq 573 i T5
000 0 from the treasury treasur by false fale entries entres be before betore before ¬
fore he was caught caughtInterior cught caughtInterior
Interior Iteror Department DepartmentThe Depaent
The Interior Department furnished furished an another anot another ¬
other ot r opportunity opportun1 for stupendous stupendous frauds fraudswith fruds frudsIL fraudswith
with IL which wWc the t names of distinguished distinguishedpersons dlstn distinguishedpersons lshed lshedp
persons p rsns were ere connected onnect d to the extent ex ent of ofblasting atblatI ofbiastIris
blasting blatI hitherto hittrto brilliant bilnant reputations reputationsThe reputatons reputatonsThe
The National Natonal Museum supposedly supposdly one onepf oneef oneof
pf ef the most carefully ct ul administered de departments do dopartments ¬
partments of the Government Goerment furnished furnishedthe furishEd furishEdthe furnishedthe
the next startling strtg case c or systematically systematicallycrooked sstetcU sstetcUcrooke systematicallycrooked
crooked crooke boqkkeeplng and abstraction abstracUon of ofpublic otpublc ofpublic
public publc moneys extending extendinG over ove a number numberof num numherof r rar
of years eas that has h ever occurred occured A A man mancommanding mnncommandIng mancommanding
commanding the confidence of every everybody eer everybody
body connected cnnected with the Museum MuseuI had hadbeen hadbeen
been practicing prcteJng the most glaring glarng frauds fraudswithout fraudswIthout
without ylhQu anyone ayone having havlg the least lest sus suspicion suspicIon suspcloa ¬
picion of his dishonesty until untl many man thou thousands thouan thouands ¬
sands an ands 3 of otdolar dollars were diverted dherto to his hisown hIsown hisown
own own use useThen ue useThen
Then came Cme the amazing amnzlnJ announcement announcementthat aounceent aounceentthat announcementthat
that In the staid tad and ad apparently aparntb incor incorruptible Incorrptble incorruptible ¬
ruptible rptble Agricultural lculuI1 Department Dparent there therewas tberew therewas
was w the most ntOlt lucrative lucrte speculation going goingon goingon
on that t at could be b imagined imaginedRigid ImaginedRlgJd imaginedRigid
Rigid investigations Investgtcn arc nr being bIng made madeand mad madnnd madeand
and almost everyone everone connected with wth any anyof anyof y yot
of the departments patment feels fes like the officers officersof ofC9rs ofC9rsof offlcersof
of the army nr do about nbqt the Taggari Tagr case casenervous ce cenerous casenervous
nervous lest their names name may be men mentioned rcn rcnLoned mentioned ¬
tioned Loned In some way a as associated asocate with withsome withsome withsome
some of these UUS cases casesThus caes casesThus
Thus Tus far much muc has ha been done to purge purgethe purgethe purgethe
the departments deparments of the th Government Goerment of ofunworthy ofunworthy
unworthy unworth agents and officials ofclal and it is isto I Isto
to be hoped hope that the results result may be bephenomenal bephenomenal bephenomenal
phenomenal in the successful succetul prosecu prosecuclon prosecunba
clon and conviction convIton of wrongdoers wrongdoersVacations wongoer wrongdoersVacation5
Vacations Vacatons Here Hee HeeT HereThe
The T annual vacations actons are ae about over averwth overwith
1 with wth everyone everone from rom millionaires mllonalres jp jpschool 40Echool Q Qschool
school children chidrn and d In no no place In 1 the thecountry te tecount t4recountry
country count Is vacation vacaton more of an institu instituj Insttu Insttuton institution
j tion ton than in Washington Washington The Te holidays holidayshave hol holidayshave ays ayshave
have almost amost ended ende and all al must mus return returnto
to their ther accustomed nccutomed occupations occupatons Men Menand Menand Menand
and women vomen girls gJls and boys bys who have haveemployment hve hvecmploy haveemployment
employment cmploy nt must mut take tke up their teir duties dutiesi dutes dutesafe dutiesafter
i after afe a 3 b bi btlef Ief et respite from the to treadmill treadmilli treadmilllife
i life tte they must ust lead for eleven eleve months ot otI ott1eyear ofthe
I the t1eyear year Most llost of them th m feel tee refreshed refreshedby refreshedby
by b the change and are ready rady for the themultiplied themultpled themultiplied
multiplied multpled duties dude that generally gnerly await awaiti awaitthem awaitthem
i them themIn themIn themIn
In some sme cases cae the leave of absence absencehas asence asencehas absencehas
has been ben spent spnt at some resort rsor where wherethey wherethey whCrethey
they have entered entere into all al sorts sort of di diversions dlVerO1 diverions ¬
versions VerO1 with Ith a perfect perfec abandon abdon and andi andI andIf
i if I they have derived derive any benefit b Qent it Is Isfrom isfrom
from the change of ot o occupation occupato and ad en environment enIronment environmetit ¬
vironment and not from frm the rest and andquiet andquiet andquiet
quiet supposed to be necessary necesa for the thewellbeing t twelbeing thewellbeing
wellbeing welbeing of every cer person personJt peron peronIt personXt
Jt is a lucky luck thing for the children childrenthat childrenthat
that tho long vacation mcUon which intervenes intervenesbetween Inteenes Inteenesbetween tnterienesbetween
between tho closing and opening opnlnl of the theschool thaschool
school term ten should come to a close coBe as asbefore asbefore
before the expiration eirtonot of th the three threemonths threemonths
months usually given J1cn they tej become des desperate desJJ desuerate ¬
perate JJ rte for something somethlng to do and general generally fenerl fenerll generally ¬
ly l get t Into mischief mlschler and give their theirparents theirparent theirparents
parents or guardians gardLns a great geat deal of oftrouble ottrouble oftrouble
trouble to keep them employed emploe until untiltime untiltime
time tme to begin begn their school work workJt work workIt
It takes them t m almost almost a a month to get getseTllcd gett getsettled
t settled seTle down tQ earnest earest application to totheir tQI totheir
their t elr studies studie after spending spendi g so much muchtime muchtme muchtime
I time tme In Idleness Idl > ne9 It I seems sometimes sometimesthat sometmes sometmesthat sometimesthat
that they can cn hardly hard get well started startedbefore startedbeCore startedbefore
before the Christmas Chritmas holidays hol1ys again alln in interrupt IntcrtPt Interrupt ¬
terrupt tcrtPt th them m and nd yet we hear a a great greatdeal
deal eal about too close lo e application appUcton and too toomuch toomuch tooranch
much confinement confneme t of the children chidren of o the thepresent therr therresent
present rr sent day dayYoung dn dayYoung
Young Looked 1ooked After AfterTo Ate AteTo AfterTo
To most observers observer the variety nret Intro Introduced Introduced introduced ¬
duced in modern schools leaves leae little littlepround Utte UtteI littleground
I ground Jround for this complaint cmplaint Athletic Athleticsyoris Athleticsuorts Athletc Athletcsporls
syoris suorts military mmtar drill drl physical culture cultureand culturenn cultureand
and nn manual training trJuJng are now noW part pr of the thecurriculum thecurrculum thecurriculum
curriculum currculum of all vschools schools Girls and andboys andbys andboys
boys bys have 11 hay < E the Ul privilege prlYlege of the gymna gymnasiums omna omnaslums ymnaslums ¬
slums and as most l young oung persons perons en enjcy enjC enicy
icy jC exercsa eXfrcsf there are a few who do not notavail notlvaU notavail
avail lvaU themselves of these t tese uo privileges No Nonation 10 10nnton NOnation
nation nnton on the globe < d loez Oc ° cs so much for forchildren torchidren forchildren
children chidren as the American Amencan An ° rIcan not only onlyfor oubfeI
for feI their ther advancement but for their theirdiversion theirtUerlor theirdIversiofl
diversion tUerlor as well wellAugust wel veliAugust
August 29 1603 1 will wl be a a memorable memorableday memorble memorblem memorableday
day m the annals anrnls oT history hltor as on this thisdy thisdy
dy d the clad rlad tidings tdings of o peace pnce between betweenKuesa betwen betwenI betweenRussa
Kuesa I u5a and Japan apnn were spread 8prea through throughout throu throughout h hout ¬
out th the s whole world The labors ot otPresident orPresice11t ofPresitlept
President Presice11t Roosevelt Roose lt for peace p ace and hu humanity hum3nlt tininanity ¬
inanity m3nlt have borne bre rich fruit trl as also alsothose alsothose alsothose
those of the representatives representZUes of Russia Russiaami Russiaand Russiaand
and Japan JapanThe JapanTe JapanFhc
The Te agreement reement of tje U tle e conferees confertes on onsuch onch onbitch
such > ch a broad basis of magnanimity in anlm on onthe ontit onthe
the tit part of the Japanese Japanee apnC e does doe that na nation naUon natton ¬
tion the greatest GreatCt possible po sl le credit crcdt Th ThMikado
Mikado who directed direted this < his representa representatives rcpresen rcpresent representatives ¬
tives t S to accede credc to the Jingenerous ingenerous nit ultmututn uIt1natum nitinatum
mututn laid down by tjie tpt tie Czar Car to sav savfurther
further lrth r bloodshed bloodshe has his crowned hlmseljwith hlms
with th imperishable hnpcrshable Glory Gloryf gloryThe 1 0 r rTht
f The Tht United ented States tntcs tntc hS won on the great greatj greatdid nt ntI
j I cst victory tctl of mofieni mo moderT er times trcs PresldenRoosevelt Peslden Pesldennooseel
Roosevelt nooseel by b his masterful m mstorful sterul stroke 8r1o Ir Irjeetitiig
jeetitiig I gctlr gettli these thsf great i 1poWer powrrS powfr to asrtto <
to a conference CQfeItnce in the he United Pnl States Statesaway Sutesa Statesaway
away a away from tron all 11 the influence lluence iiit1uence dlered of o an m mI mJCTl meriai
I JCTl eriai l court h has re rerkdered
8 service rhe to the whole7 whole 1world 1worldThe orld orldT
I The selection ot t sb quiet a spot t
T eeoton
i
Portsmouth Portsmout N H I IL for the conferesoa conferesoawas cntcrec confereecewas
V was S another strategic trtegc movement moemeL Here Herethe Her Herethe
the distinguished Iistnglshed representatives reprenttes could couldmeet coud coudmeet couldmeet
meet and discuss
dicus the te articles arIcle of agree agreement age agre agrenient ¬
ment m nt undisturbed by b unfavorable unorbte en environment envirnment environment ¬
vironment virnment Both Bth nations natons had bad had h ha i idubltable 1 idubitable
dubitable dublnble evidence of the sincere friend friendchip friendship rend rendEJlp
chip EJlp of the United Unitd States Stte and ad that thatthey th thatthey
they could rely upon the impartial impartialjudgment Impat impartialJudgment
judgment judSient of o the te President Iresldent whose good goodoffices goodomces 00
offices ofccs could be b and were Invoked when whenthey when whenthey
they needed nete him himEolh hlT himBoth
Both have attested ateste to his friendly tendJy m mterventlon h Iatervention
i terventlon tencnton for peace for no n < other pur purpose pur purpose ¬
pose pee Critical Crtcal moments momnt were reached reachedwhen reathe reachedwhen
when hen both bth appealed appclcat at once to PrejJ PrejJdtnt Pre PreIdent
dent Roosevelt lt for In their
1oos help teir diplo diplomatic dlplo diplomatte ¬
matte contests contet The Te sequel has ha shown shownthat sbow shownthat
that thtt his influence Jnfuence prevailed revaied for arhu arhumai hu humanity huinanity ¬
inanity mai and and a n a peace that would woud cause causethe cu cuie caueethe
the ie carnage crage of war wr to tocease cease And Ad whe wheapn whileJapan while whileJapan
Japan apn yielded her righteous rchteous claims caln she shehas ahehawQn shehas
has hawQn won the greatest of a her many vic victories vletores victories ¬
tories she has hs ha accomplished accopUhe all al for forwhich forwhlcb forwhich
which she has h been fighting tshtng for almost almostlarge almot almottwo almosttwo
two year years and prved pgoved to the world ord at atlarge atlarge
large her Intrepidity IntrepJclt sagacity sagclt and ad na national n national ¬
tional tonal unity unityICo uniy uniyNo unityo
ICo o internal Interal conflicts confict have ha embarraa embarraased emb embarrassed
sed her In the stupendous struggle stssle she shehas sheh shehas
has h been ben making Ikins for right rg t and nd Justice JusticeShe justce JusticeShe
She Sle has done one much m h more mrc Though Toughe se securing securing ¬
curing curIn eight articles aCclea of the to original originaltwelve orsnal orsnaltwelve originaltwelve
twelve which had been accepted accepteby by the theRussians theRussians theRussians
Russians before bfore the final nal diplomatic diplomaticstruggle diplomatc diplomatcstrgle diplomaticstruggle
struggle strgle Japan Japn is accorded acored most im important Impornt innportant ¬
portant pornt advantages advantagesWith adantgE advantagesWith
Wth With these acquisitions acquislon though so sodearly SOenrly sodearly
dearly bought Japan apa could coud well el afford affordto aord aordto affordto
to magnanimously mglmous1 yield ield to Russias Russlas ill illgraced l Illgraced
graced gaced ultimatum ulmtum since slnc to t enforce their theirrighteous tbelrrGhteous theirrighteous
righteous rGhteous claims clims would woud cost c st Japan the theexpenditure theependitur Theexpenditure
expenditure ependitur of many my millions mUlons of money moneyand money moneyad moneyand
and ad legions leb ns upon upn lesons legions of her people peopleas pople poplea
as a well wel as a jeopardize jeopre the concessions concessionsenumerated cncssion cncssionenumerted concessionsenumerated
enumerated enumerted in the final fnal agreement agreementdded ae agreementAdded ment
Added dded Prestige PrestigeShe Presge PresgeShe PrestigeShe
She can and will wn turn t r all al of o them bem to toimmediate toImmediate o ohnmelate
immediate hnmelate account to say nothing of ofthe otthe ofthe
the prestige prestge she has ha gained gined among the thenations thenaton thenations
nations naton of the earth erh Released Reeae from frm the theburdens theburden tireburdens
burdens burden of war W the Japanese Jree will 1 renew renewtheir renewtheir renewtheir
their wonderful wonderul strides strdes In 1 modern moer civil civilization cvl cvlIzton cltilizatlon ¬
ization As A a a unit they will il begin be ln the thework thework thework
Izton uni
work of recuperation rccpprton along along all U the lines lineswhich Ines Ineswhich lineawhich
which have been bee so overtaxed o re by the thewar te tewr thewar
war wr and Its It constant constt demands 4ead upon uponevery uponeer uponry
every eer ry resource r oure of the empire They Tey hav havbeen bwb have havebeen
been b ngent great In n the preparations preprtons for fort the thewar thewar
war wr matchless xtchle in its It conduct and In Intheir Intheir intheir
their achievements achevemet and ad will w prove proe that thatthey tht thtthe thatthey
they the are equally great geat in peace peacePaganism pece peacePaganism
Paganism Pis is I not Christianity Chrtaty but ut one onecannot onecnnot onecannot
cannot cnnot fail ta to admire mre the te Christian Christianspirit Crsta ± i ispirit
spirit sirt manifested m if teJ by the Japanese apes since sincethe sInc sIncthe sinesthe
the beginning bgning of their war w with mt Russia Russiaor Russi
or to condemn the te brutality brtait practiced practicedby prctcd prctcdby practicedby
by the orthodox Qroox Russians whose fanat fanaticism f fanrticism t tfclsm ¬
icism Is almost incredible Incible They Tey seem se to tothink totink tothink
think tink if I they te conform cntor t to the tenets teet of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the church churh they tey can cn perpetrate prtrte the te most mostterrible mostterble mostterrible
terrible terble atrocities trolie upon each eh other ote at athome at athome athome
home and upon upn their foes foe In the field fieldNotwithstanding fieldNotwithstanding el elNotwthstandng
Notwithstanding Notwthstandng the boasted bted diploma diplomatic dplom diplomatic ¬
tic tc victory Ictor and the t th unprecedentexl upr unpr c cOdentod enteUber enteUberaUy liber liberality hlberality ¬
ality aUy of the Japanese Japee the te This Russians s stasis s can cannot c caiinot ¬
not hope for peace pee wltnter within their obrdera obrderaor obtder
or for speedy spedy recuperation recuperon from the te w waron war waron
on account cQut of the te political polticl conditions conditionsexisting conditons conditonsestg conditionsexisting
existing estg In I Russia Rusa The Te Czar Czr will w l be beobliged b beobliged
obliged to grant gt greater gate concessions concsions to tohis tohis tohis
his own ow subjects subject than th those tose demanded demandedoriginally dede demandedoriginally
originally orsnly by b the te Japanese Jape and ad at the thesame thesame thesame
same time tme live in great gat terror terr because becauseof becauseof cue cueof
of uncertainty u cranty as a to wpeter whether they tey can canbe c canbe
be reconciled reconcle with wt anything aytIng short sho of al almost a almost ¬
I most complete complete surrender surenderor of his hs auto autocratic auto autocratic ¬
jcrUc cratic power powerIt pwer powerIt
1 It I will wil take te a long time tme to convert cQnTer the theI te theRassians
I Russians Rsslas to anything nyhng approaching aprahing a agovernment ai agovernment
i government goerent by the te people pepe and ad for fo the thepeople thePOpte thepeople
people POpte And Ad unless unles something sometlg akin an to toto toI toto
I to this theory th o is speedily speed1Yco considered lde4 and andadopted ad adadopted andadoptecL
adopted adopted Russia R sa whl have he peace pace abroad abroadbut abtad abroadbut
but war at home homeMRS home homeMRS
MRS M JOHN JOI A I LOGAN L LOGANCopyright < OGANCopyright
Copyright Copght W R R Hearst et 1905 1905Prominent 10 10WANTS 1905ANTS
WANTS ANTS EUROPEAN EUROPEANFEDERATON EUROPEANFEDERATION
FEDERATION NO NOProminent
FEDERATON NOW
Prominent Englishman Englshman in inFayor inFavor inFavor
Favor of It ItLOXDOX It ItLONDON ItLONDON
LONDON LONDON Sept Sept 16 IGSJnce Since the idea o oa of ofa ofa
a European Europen federation federton first frt came up it ithas Ithas ithas
has spreatt pre with wih amazing amaIng rapidity rpld1 notonly not notonly notonly
only omens ong those who are almost almostcrushed almoSt almoStcrshed almostcrushed
crushed crshed to the ground gound by the heavy heavymilitary heaV heavymIlitary
I military mtT and naval burdens Imposed onthe on onthe onthe
the taxpayers taqQer of every eej European Europea coun country countr country ¬
try tr but also among the welltodo welltodoand weltodo weltodon welltodoand
and n rich rch to whom the payment p ment of a afew afew afew
few t thousands thousnds more mor In taxes ta es matters matterslittle matter matterl matterslittle
little littleSome l littleSome te
Some time ago Andrew Carnegie ex expressed cxpressed ¬
Sme tme alo Adrew Carnege e eprMed
pressed the opinion that universal unherl peace peacewould peaceould peacewould
would ould only onl be possible sslbJe when wh n all the thetion thestates thestates
states of Eurpe Europe had tore rormed a feer federa federation
tion ton In whicii hJc they were all closely clos J al allied a al atlied ¬
lied l d but where each was to have ab absolute ab absolute absolute
solute independence ind pendence in matters mater which whichconcerned wblchconct whichconcerned
concerned conct red itself Itel alone aloneThe cone coneThe aloneTire
this creed is isLord isLord
The newest newes proselyte prosel te to I
Lord Avebury A ebury who who in a speech made madeto madeto madeto
to a a large Inr number or workingmen orknsen the theother theothe theother
other othe day da said saidI sld sldI
I am fully CuU convinced conlncd that the best bestcourse bst bstcoursE bestcourse
I course coursE In the Interest Inteicst of peace Is I to towill tostrengthen tostrengthen
strengthen the Hug Tribunal W which whichwill lch lchI
I will wU in time tme lead led to the formation onaton of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the United rnted States of Europe EuropePosition EuropPositon EuropciPosition
Position Positon Most ost Grave GraveThe GraveThe GraveThe
The present position poston of Europe is iscertainly I iscertainly
certainly most grave grne In our own own case casethe casethe a e ethe
the naval and military mitar expenditure exenditure has hasrisen h hrIsen hasrisen
risen in ten years Inrs from trom 33000000 300 pound poundto pund pundto poundsto <
to C6270000 G jOO pounds pounds poundsan an n increase of over overSO000000 o over50eA000 r rS
SO000000 S oO pounds pounts poundsfar far r more than that tat of ofGermany ofGmanj ofGermany
Germany Gmanj and ant France put together togetherMoreover togethe togetherMoreover
Moreover we are ae told that our army armyIs am amIs armyis
Is no stronger than it S was five fve years yearsago yes yesI yearsI
I ago < 0 when it cost us us1000 10000000 pounds poundsI poundsless
less
I Expenditures Expendt res ot this kind knd are the thecurse the thecurse
curse oC modern moern times tmes and are rapidly rapidlyI rpldly rpldlyI rapidlydrIvng
I I driving even eve country countt In Europe to the theverge theI theverge
verge erge of bankruptcy bankruptcyA
j I A 0 European federation derton would put an anontl anend
1 ontl end ml to this as It i would wonl then be b no more morenecessary morej morenecessary
j necessary nees for or f any an European state to tosjortl toI tosilent
silent srend the th greater 8ratr part of Its revenues revenuesIn 1cnucsIn revenuesin
In maintaining an a army un than for the theStat theStnt theState
I Stat State of Illinois Ilnos to send end millions milions to toprepare toleparE toPrepare
prepare leparE for an attack atack By the th State of ofOhio otIi ofOhio
Ohio The he federation CCdetou is IS the only practi practical pracl practtcal ¬
Ii cal cl suggestion Su geUon offered otered toward the gala solution 501uton galation ¬
tion ton of the th Universal 1nlversal Peace Problem Poblc ProblerM ProblerMt
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