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6 THE WASHINGTON WASHL GTON TIMES THURSDAY DECEMBER 27 1906
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In the LifeSaving Service ServiceAnother ServiceAnother Service1Another
Another phase of the salary aary problem prob IJrobfern probfern ¬
fern is presented in Secretary Shaws Shawscomment Shawscomment Shawscomment
comment on the lifesaving service serviceset serviceSlt serviceset
set forth in his annual report reportWhile reportUVhlle reportVhIle
While it is 1 gratifying to note bet betterment bettermenta betterinents ¬
terment in the wrecking equip equipment equipment equipinent ¬
ment and the generally effective effectiveeonditioiuof ef ofieq1iveconditionof the theconditionof
conditionof the material of the ser service servic norvice ¬
vice vic JJ he 1e says sa HI I am compelled to toadmit toadmit toadmit
admit a steady stead decline in n the ef efficiency efficiency efficiency ¬
ficiency of the personnel during re recent rcent recent ¬
cent ent years in consequence con equence of the in inability inability inability ¬
ability to offer adequate induce inducements inducements Inducexnents ¬
ments to proved veterans to to remain remainin remninin remainin
in the service or to promising re recruits 1Ctruits reemits ¬
emits to fill the places of those who wholeave wholeave wholeave
leave
Owing to the great advance in inwages inwages inwages
wages in outside and andleu less dangerous dangerousemployment dangerousCmlloment dangerousemployment
employment and the increased cost costof costof costof
of living this decline has been con constant constant constant ¬
stant and has now become a matter matterof matterof matterof
of serious concern As a rule the themost themost themoat
most capable men now in the crews crewsare crewsare crewsare
are those who w lO have lave passed ptUIII d the vig vigorous vilorous ig igorons ¬
orous period of life while whIl the bestbrawri best beatbrawrl bestbrawif
brawri and muscle mU cle have quit and the thevacancies theTaancic thevacancies
vacancies have had to be filled by byinferior b binftrior byinferior
inferior men menThere menThere menThere
There is expressed e rc ed tersely t r ely and andvigorously Andigorously nd ndigorously
igorously about all there is to be besaid besaid besaid
said about the deterioration of this thishighly this11ighly thishighly
highly important service No rem remedy remedy remedy ¬
edy offers except that potent one of ofhigher ofhigher ofhigher
higher wages Even the proposed proposedpension proposodpension proposedpension
pension bill for life Ufeliiaveril savers will not notaccomplish notaccomplish ot otaccomplish
accomplish much Present pay is isworth isworth Isworth
worth a groat gro i deal more than any anyfuture an anfuture anyfuture
future pittance pittanceAs pit pittanceAs nee neeAs
As to CabinetxCliangcs CabinetxCliangcsThe
The United SUtes of o America is a arather arather arather
rather sizeable lize bJ6 business establish establishment cliubUllhn1ent establishnient ¬
ment Its operations involve the thecollection thecollectifm thecollection
collection and expenditure of about abouta
a billion a year It is not a very verygood verygood vcrJgood
good paymaster Pftyma ier but for men Of Ofrenl of ofreal ofreal
real ability abmt Who get started in the theright theright theright
right places it frequently affords affordshandsome aiIor affo < ls lsband ls lshandsome
handsome band some opportunities to better bettertheir bettertheir bettertheir
their condition They better it ithowever ithowever ithowever
however i lot ot by remaining in Gov Government Govtrnment Oovernment ¬
ernment service but by leaving it itIt it itIt itIt
It is impossible impo ible to contemplate contemplatethe
the Government outbidding ol1tbid inl private privateemployees prhatetInploym privateemployers
employees especially when it seeks seeksmen seeksmen eekamen
men of large l rge capacity for executive executivepositions executivepositions executivepositions
positions It gets firstclass men in inmany inmany inmany
many of its great executive e ccutive depart departments departments departmeats ¬
ments despite de pite underpaying them themand themnnd themand
and it ought to make the best use useof ulleof useof
of them themJust themJust themTust
Just now one of those tho e periodical periodicalshifts periodicalsItifts periodicalshifts
shifts is going on which wl ich could hard hardly hRrdS bardIs ¬
ly S take place in any other than thangOernmental thangovernmental a agovernmental
governmental establishment Heads Headsof Headsof Headsof
of departments dep rtments are being pushed pushedaround pushedaround pushedaround
around in at atcircle 8 circle The man who whohas wholas whohas
has las equipped equipped himself by years je rs of ofwork ofwork ofwork
work for the duties of one position positionis
is taken out of it and shoved into intoanother intoanother intoanother
another Along with him more than thanlikely tluilllikely thanlikely
likely goes hht h personal pertl n lentotrage lentotrageof entourage entourageof
of confidential l men secretaries and andassistants and8ssistant andasaistanta
assistants assistantsAll 8ssistantAll asaistantaAll
All must be broken in to the theduties theduties theduties
duties of o a new sort The experi experience experience oxperienee ¬
ence gained in one position is lost lostIt 1011tIt lostIt
It is diJBcult to figure how service serviceat aeniceat serviceat
at the head of the the Department of ofCommerce ofCommerce ofCommerce
Commerce and Labor for instance instancequalifies instanceqURllfie Instancequalifies
qualifies for effective duty at the theNavy theNs3 thelavy
Navy or whj vhf the PoBtoftlce Depart Department Department Departmeat ¬
ment should be esteemed as in line lineof Uneof lineof
of promotion to the Treasury The Themen 1l1emen Themen
men involved in all these reorganiza reorganizations reorganitions reorganizations ¬
tions arC good men they are giving givingthe givingt ghitigGovernment
the t 1 Government more than it pays paysthem pa paysthem os osthem
them for But the fact remains that thatthe thatthe thatthe
the Bureau of Corporations loses es the theexperience theexperIence theexperience
experience Mr r Garfield has gained gainedthere gainedthtrc gainedthere
there that the PoatoflSce Depart Department Depttrtmtnt Departxnent ¬
ment loses the benefit of the special specialknowledge specialknowledge specialknowledge
knowledge Mr Cortelyou and Mr MrHitchcock MrHitchcock MrHitchcock
Hitchcock have bnv acquired there that thatthe thfttthe thatthe
the Navy for many years etira peculiarly peculiarlyfated pecu1irlfated peculiarlyfated
fated to such sudden shifting gets getsa
a new and inexperienced executive executiveIt occeutivcIt
It is true trti that a Cabinet officer pfllcerlias officerbaR officerline
baR another another relation than that tilBt of oiexecutive oftxecutive ofexecutive
executive of his department He Hemust Hemust Hemust
must also 1 Be 0 ISlie he trusted and confi confidential confidential confidential ¬
dential counselor and adviser B < h ser of his hischief hishiei hischief
chief hiei the President There is thus thuea thusn thna
a large personal equation in the theproblem theproblem theproblem
problem of his selection But once onceselected onceselected onceselected
selected for the Cabinet it would wouldseem wouldseem wouldseem
seem thaf tha the ends ona of efficient ad administration administration administration ¬
ministration would be served bj bjkeeping bJkeeping bykeeping
keeping men in one line of work workand workand workand
and that tb8 below Cabinet grade the thesubordinate thesubordinate thesubordinate
subordinate executive position positionought pOllitioneought positionought
ought cerfrdiily tsi1ly to be marked l tv tvsuch tysuch > j jsuch
such a policy policyLuxury polic policLuxury policyLuxury
Luxury in Colleges CollegesThere Collegesrhere CollegesThere
There are those especially alumni alumnof alumniof alumniof
of the great ConnoetiQUt college collegewho eanogewho collegewho
who may be b Inclined Inclined to dispute dl pu O thE tinstatement thEstatement thestatement
statement made by Joseph Medil MedilPatterson MedilJPnttersOTl MedihiPatterson
Patterson the rich young socialist socialistat
at Madison Madison Wis the other day dn
when hen he le gaid iaidtnnt aid that VIt It is a sad but butindf butindf butIndj1utablo
Indj1utablo indf putable frot that t1 ut luxury lu luXu JY r and andsocial nndsocitil andsocinl
social distinction as t the reSUlt result of ofmoney ofmoney ofmoney
money are growing owing more and more moreapparent more moreappnre moreapparent
apparent appnre tnt at Yale Yul YalCitarvard Harvard Prince Princeton Princeton Princeton
ton arid Columbia Universities every everyyear everyJour everyyear
year yearYet JourYet I IYt
Yet it can be accounted butnatu butnatural but butiiatuiiil ntu nturnl
ral that the power and glUti glUitJr r qf qfenormous Qfenormous Qfenormous
enormous wealth wenllh shall be rflacted rflactedto rf1bcted rf1bctedto rWihcteclto
to some extent in the theinstlt theinstIt1ttOns institutions ti ns to towhich towhich towhich
which rich mens sons repair Col College ColI College ¬
I lege boys are the last nst persons in the theworld theworld theworld
world to fall victims to the worship worshipof
of the golden calf yet even they are arehuman ftrelmmnn arehuman
human and and oven they feel some sometimes someHmes somelimes ¬
times like smashing the tablets of ofthe oftJle ofthe
the commandments and dancing dancingground dftn danpingaround ng nground
ground some particularly pnrtlcularlyJmpro particuiarhyAmprossiveidol improssive improssiveidol sive siveidol
idol idolAdmittin
Admitting Admittin with the wealthy re reformer reformer reiormer ¬
former that all the big Extern Externuniversities Etat Bsternuniversities rn rnuniversities
universities are becoming less and andless ftndI andlessdemocratic
I less lessdemocratic democratic it is hard to follow followhim f0110Wi fofloWhim
i him in his lis statement that t1 t this ton tendency tondenc ton1ency ¬
denc dency is bound to continue iindeas iindeasingly l1u uiidcaxingly enll enllingy
ingly as long as aggregations of ofgreat ofgrent ofgreat
great wealth in the hands of the few fewcontinue fowcontinue fewcontinue
continue Deplorable at a that may maybe mnybe maybe
be it is not the cause of increased increasedfinancial ineremodfinancinl increasednancial
financial ostentation in colleges It Itis Itis Itis
is rather the wider distribution of ofwealth ofwcalth ofwealth
wealth the greater greftternumber number of ofrIe1 ofrIe1men rich richmen richmen
men that furnish more funds to a alarger nJarger alarger
larger proportion of Boys 130 to waste wastein wtUltein wasteiTt
in their academic acadl ni courses The in institution institution institution ¬
stitution that < Contains only one or ortwo br brtwo r rtwo
two plutocrats sons sonsnnd and there are aremany areman aremany
many man suchfp suc1 minor they the are called calledby calledb calledby
by b the men of the larger ones onesJC is in inno iudtlDger inno
no danger whatever of being beingspoiled 1 leingspoiled clnf clnfpoi1ed
spoiled It is only when several severalrich aevernlrich severalrich
rich fellows invade I gaeollogc au college olI ge that thatmoney thlttmone thfttmoney
money mone cirques are fbrmed and the thetrouble thetrouble thetrouble
trouble begin beginWe beginsWe
We 0 are assured ItSSllrodbJ by those tho who whoknow whQlrnow whoknow
know that colleges of the rank rank of ofGeorge ofGeorge ofGeorge
George Washington Georgetown GeorgetownVirginia GeorgetownVirginift GeorgetownVirginia
Virginia Dartmouth and the like likeare like likeare likeare
are in no degreo dagreogrowing growing leas demo democratic democratic demoeratic ¬
cratic or more ruled by wealth wealthThis wealthTIti wealthThis
This TIti peculiar atmosphere at osphere still re remains roo rumains ¬ I Im
mains m ins the chief glory of the smallar smallarinstitutions amaltsrinstitutions I Iinatitutions
institutions and it is i Isto to be hoped hopodthat 11OPodtha hopedthat
that tha t not one of them will ever grow growso growso
so big or so o attractive to the sons sonsof flonaof sonsof
of rich parents as as a to t lose it its ancient ancientTh anciontsavor ancientsavor
savor savorThe savorThe
Th The Sugar trust proposes propo 6 to light ef efforts CtOltliI ICforts ¬
forts to dissolve dlM lve it In other words ord ords it itproposes itpropo Itproposes
proposes to use U more Mad and ad instead ln of ofmore otJItOIe ofmore
more water waterHereafter waterHft waterHereafter
Hereafter Hft in selecting ambassadors ambassadorsthe aJft aJftthe mbsadorsthe
the power Ww that thatM be wilt probably p not BOtiJIltblftecl iotstta1tl b baatutfed
aatutfed with an applicants quatlflca quatlflcatioBS quallfteatlo quaIIfteatIon
tioBS tIon until they tle learn more about out his hiswife Idawlte h3awife
wife wifeCattlemen wifeCattlemen
wltectt1e
Cattlemen ctt1e n put out Wbet WO t lave decided to tomake tomake tostake
make no more more mOre efforts to gobble public publiclands pebilcfands
lands 1 without i1Utout paying for them themJttleu themJttleularly tbempatIouIary particu particularly ¬
larly in States where the pdWte lands landsliave IaMIiIbave lands1aye
liave all been gobbled bled up upThe upThe upThe
The unwritten law should at least be beprohibited 1Mproblbtt6d baprOhflJ4te4t
prohibited from carrying concealed concealedeapons concealedeapo eoeealedeapons
eapons eapo eapoColonel eaponsColonel t tColonel
Colonel Harvey declares in the North NorthAmerican NortbAmerica NorthAinerIeai
American Review that the American Americangirl Am8lieangirl Americangirl
girl 18 I not the equal of o the American Americanboy Am AmarlesahOy lcaa lcaaboy
boy Still St she usually becomes boom s a match matchfor mtLtehtor matchfor
for him himThe himThe 1dmThe
The Thaws Tbsannounee announce that they w wleavtt a411 a411leave 0111 0111lea
leave lea Pittaburs for good Who WhoLady Whose WhoseLady PhON PhONLady
Lady Susan S41 an Townley Town and Mrs nL Stcr Stcrmight Storer Storermlht Storermlht
mlht compare notes on the troubi troubithat troubles troublestba troubiesthat
that tba beset be5 t lady had diplomat diplomatTrue 1lplomataTrue diplomatsTrue <
True a change may not be an Im Improvement 1JnJHOvement lotprovement ¬
provement but it It Is better than monot monotony monotOftY monotOHY ¬
ony onyIn OftYIn OHYIn
In his early days Senator La toilette toilettehad Follettehad 1oIleUehad
had an ambition to be a great actor actorSome aotorSome sotorSome
Some of his colleagues are willing to tosuggest tosugSe touget
suggest sugSe t that h8 hI ambition has ha been real realised ¬
ised isedSecretary 1 IsedSecretary
1Seeretary
Secretary JHItcheock H tch Ck Is breaking brktia an another another another
other precedent by trying tO > make th thcountry the thecountr thecountry <
country believe that it ie I wrong to rol rolan fb fban roban
an Indian IndianJack IndianJack IndianJack
Jack Greenway ha has refused to accep accepthe accept acceptthe acceptthe
the position po lUon of Commissioner of th thGeneral the theGeneral theGeneral
General Land Office Under these cir clrcumstanceg elr elrcumtancea circumstncea
cumstanceg we will have ha to hare haothIng some something something
thing more than t 8n newspaper report be before betoro bofore
fore we 8 believe b bahley that Greenway was i iprominent 0 0prominent aprominent
prominent Rough R rh Rider RiderChicago RiderChlc5o RiderChicago
Chicago educator eduea ra are to introdu introduhugless intr lntrodehuglens ce cehugle <
hugless > s dance In the kindergartens kindergartensThose klnderSftrtenTho kindergartensThose
Those e educators ought to tak tau a A course eouraof eoullHtof courseof
of treatment for the simples simplesA
A man in Chaney Chane Kan claims t thave to tobave tohave
have killed a rat which was half lIat whit whitand wh white whiteand t tand
and half hait black Scorns to ujonflrm the thestory th8t th8tstory thtstory
story about ab1mt abuttho the e selling litng of boose In I tab tablold tabloid tabbid
bid form form In Kansas KansasIt IansasIt
It will soon O n be the open season son for TO TOforms 10OIm8 refoinis
forms OIm8 baaed on remorse remorseTheres remorseThero remorseTheres
Theres Thero a lot of twaddio tw d lo to the th effect eftocthat errctthat effectthat
that the British Ambassador at atIngton Wash Washlngton Vaahington
ington would have got along better 1 1he It Ithe ithe
he had encouraged folk fo1kg to slap 81a s4 him oi on onth Ofltll3
1 tha th back and < call him MortIt Mort MortIt Iort IortIt
It will be a relief rello to find the small be beIB boy boyIs boyis
Is over his strain strainIntense strainIntense strainIntense
Intense excitement was Om84l ouae caused li liHobokcn In InHoboken inHoboken
Hoboken when some 8omebo boys s rubbed him llmburger lImburgor himburger
burger cheese e over the walls waiI of th thschool the thechool thischool
school > room Its a sign of progress progreathat progressthat fll fllthat
that Hoboken notices nOTtlce such things thingsThe thl thlThe thIlWsThe
The spirit a of Utn ho season should be en encouraged encouraged encourased
couraged the spirits of the soasoi soasoishunned jeason jeasonshunned Q8sonQunned
shunned shunnedTht1 QunnedTJtaerage shunnedTaverege
Tht1 TJtaerage average mans iHea of the simple sfmpllife simplelife simplelife
life i Is an uninterrupted loaf leafKentucky loafJCentueky loaflCentueky
Kentucky is making a s Statewide cru crusade QruSf ru rustide
sade Sf de for pure milk Kentucky is l prob probably prob8bly probably
ably tired of having her egg nag an anmilk and 8ndmilk andmilk <
milk punches spoiled spoiledIt spoiledJI
I It I Is announced anou need that the President ProsldenHi PrOSldentv Presidentnull
v null Hi send several more messages to Con CenI Contess
I JI tess t8BS 896 It may aleo al a1s6be 6 be announced w wfeel we wefeel wereel
feel confident that he will not send any anjto anyore anymore
more ore me messes eag to My ry Dear Maria MariaThe MarlaThe MariaFhC
The bookkeeper b okkeeper has ha taken t ken up the grin grinVhere grind grineWhere grindWhere
Where the shop girl aqd d tha th poetm poetmIttCt po tman tman111ft poItmanIft
IttCt off offMr offM1 offMe
Mr Taft found no pledge of ofnogsi nogno nogn Re Republican RepUbUcAn R RpubtlcMfl
publican delegates delesat s from the tho South In Ms MsChristmas hI hIristmas hlChristmas
Christmas ristmas stocking stockingThe atooktngl stockingThe
l The Circus trust has ias divided terri terrilory territory terrltory
tory for next year y r assigning Senate SenateJeff StnatoJJeff SenatoiI
I Jeff Davis of Arkansas 1kan8aS to the Washing YnlihlngI ft ashing ashington
I 1 ton circuit
Time Tirneto to Think fluiikAboit About Swearing Off OffI I
THE TIME TABLE TABLEOh T TABLEOh ABlEObJ
Oh ObJ dear me no Children this thisis thiscis thisis
is not a Yiddish poem nor is it a aCross aCross aCross
Cross Section of the live liv Under Underground Underground Underground
ground Wires it is a Time Table TableDo TabIeDo TableDo
Do you not know what a Time Ta Tabtth Tableis i ibtevis
btevis btth S Why it is a Marvelous MarvelousMingling MarvetousMingoling MarvelousMinglIng
Mingling of Words and Figures Figureswhich Figureswhic1 Figureswhich
which tells tel s us about the Trains in inOshkosh inOshkosh inOshkosh
Oshkosh when we are Anxious to toFind toFin toFlncI
i
Find Fin Out what time the 940 9 40 gets getsIflto getsinto getsiilto
into Hyattsville Jf we Study Stu dy a aTime aTime aTime
Time Table carefulty carefu1l for an Hour Hourand Hourand Hourand
and a Half they will come and take takeus takeus takeus
us to the AsyIum If it were not notfor notfor notfor
for Time Tables Tabl t littie Ones we wecould wecould wecould
could not tell whether our Train TrainwasTwo Tr TriiinwnsTW0 in inwns
wasTwo wns wnsTW0 Two or Three Hours Late LateOLD LateOLD LateOLD
OLD ENOUGH ENOUGHHew ENOUGHHw ENOUGHFlew
Hew old Is she sheOld sheOkI sheOId
Old enough to know better betterBeter betterDet betterflett
Beter Det than what whatTo whatTo whatPo
To tell her an anHIS a aHIS age ageHIS
HIS OPINION OF IT V VDid r rDid rDid
Did I understand taDd you to say asked askaflMiss a askedMiss kofl kofl111u
Miss Woodby WOO4IbYl that you dont d go in for forsociety torMCI forsoc1tyt
society MCI soc1tyt < bat at all allQuite at atQutte l lQslte
Quite so replied Crabbe Society Seeletyis
is simply a silly Diy school l m H which every everynobody fferyno1MMlJ ory orynobody
nobody is taught tauttt to be somebody somebodyMies omelHJtyHIGH somebedyHIGH >
HIGH HIGHMia HIGHaiss
Mia Poatrie PoatrieThq PoatrieThe They say penalee are arefoe arc1ex aoro
foe ro thoughts I i wonder er why whyMr whTXl whyMr
Mr MunnlKrub KURObtrubWeU Well this t t4s time Um timeyear o oyewr 07CU
year they make ake you think twice Ie before beforeyou IHR beforeyou re reyou
you buy em
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There v Y ia once a a young couple who whothoroughly whothoroughly I Ithoroughly
thoroughly believed bell ved in President Pre ldent Reese Roosevelts ROIMI8velts Reeseveits ¬
velts AntiRace Suicide doctrine They Theyhad Theyhatl Theyhad
had been married a number of years yearsbut yeArsbut ye5rSbut
but there th re was WA no visible proof about abouttheir abouttheir ut uttheIr
their home of their thorough thciro h belief In InRoosevelts InR InRoosevelts
Roosevelts R views 1ews and they tht grieved grievedsorely KTtevedIMrely grtcvedsorely
sorely The fairies were finally good to tothorn tothorn tOthorn
thorn however acd a healthy h thy youngster youngsterfilled youl1sterfilled youngsterfilled
filled their hearts with jy j y and their theirhome tholrhome theirhome
home with noise no le What Whatt with doctorS doctomfrom dc doctorSand > toI1I toI1Iand
and walking the floor nlgnta nights and Advtqlt Advtqltfrom adY1t adY1tfrom
such things thingsdevoted It Itdidnt Itdidnt
from old maids and
didnt all Hem quite 1t0 grand and ttuq ttuqdevoted tIIO tIIOdevoted
devoted much time to inducing baby to toclcsa toclc tOclcne
clcsa clc e his eves eyes and mouth and give slv his bislungs blslungs hisluzigs
lungs a rest restMoral relitMoralTust restMoralJust
Moral MoralTust Just ag soon as a couple hav havi have havaa
a baby they try to huSh it up upHOORAIS UpHOORAIS UPHOORAIS
HOORAIS HOORAISA v vA
A Frenchman came her here from Calais CalaisBut 0I aBut 05115But
But he suddenly hurried awais awaisSeare aaIaSoar awalSSoar
Seare Soar dorc fre did roar roarZey rorZ roarZy
Zey Z T all a 11 meK ro mesaore mesaoreWat ma sore soreWat sor sorWat
Wat you teenk Some Son e one call me a ajale alIe aSCRAMBLED
lIe jaleSCRAMBLED lIeSCRAMBLED
SCRAMBLED THQUGHTS THQUGHTSThe THQUGHTSMIe
The rarest tongue are e those tboe that ar arnever aft aftneYeC arenever
never raw rawIore rawMore
4s 4sMore
More Iore fiction to l Uftmrlew and lessjn lessjncommunity I less I IwouI4 hi hibus1oss
bus1oss would be a great help W tile tilecommunity thecommunity
community communityIf I IIt IS II
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If I all good COOKS were W also GOOD GOODcooks OOODtoO OODeooss
toO cooks how happy we w would be beDrinXIOK be beDrlnkloK
4 4Drlnklvg
DrinXIOK to a friends friend heaUh too b bqMIRtIr fro froatiy re reiwcmUy
iwcmUy atiy proved prov d stokly kiY Jausineea JausineeaThe 4buiaissTb buatMa buatMaTb
The Tb average matrtmoalal ma 1al teasn t eo eostela sea seasiti
stela 1 of a leading lady and a general generalutility enssal enssalutility 1 1vtlUty
utility vtlUtyJd man manJust
a a C CJest
Just Jd as soon as a s person pe lOses his rep reputation HP HPutaUOtl repUtatlOit
utation be finds d he has b made another anotherA aaotherSIGN OjiothOrA
A A SIGN OF FORWARDNESS FORWARDNESSshould PORW FORWARDNESSMiss ARDNESS ARDNESSn
Miss n AacinI I 49Dt t Me wa whi 7 U8houltl 7Ushould
should feel Insu1tel InsuM InsuMyour befa beesuas he heroar said saidyour
your eyes ey were like li1ceU ars arstI
Mies U Pnw Prue PrimTea T Tou w d > Dt nt t wr Why Wbykeep W1IYkeep stare stareceep
keep ceep winktae wt at people all the time U
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NatiOntl NatiOnalRichard Richard Carle in The Spring SpringChicken SpringChicken SpringChicken
Chicken ChickenThis ChickenThis ChickenThis
This season Richard Carle Carl wilt wiltpresent wiltpremt 1It 1Itt
present t himself him U in The Spring SpringChicken SptincChkkea SpringChlcken
Chicken which will appear at the theNational theNational
National during New Year Y lr week weekTbe weeklhe weekThe
The Spring Chicken raa for two years yearsin yearIn yearsin
in London on the strength of a a capital capitalstory capitalMory caPitalstOry
story adapted apted from the French and andbecause andbeeauee andbecause
because of the excellent score supplied suppliedby supplle41by suppliedby
by Ivan Caryll and Lionel Monckton MoncktonMr MoncktonMr MoncktonMr
Mr Mr Carle has written six new num numbers numIIfttI flUTflhers ¬
hers He will have in his hi support Emma EmmaJanvier EmmaJanvier EmmaJanvier
Janvier Bessie McCoy Adele Rowland RowlandMay RowlandIflay RowlandMay
May Bouton Amy Dale Victor I < tor Morley MorlpyArthur MorleyArthur lory loryArthur
Arthur Conrad Sylvain Langlols Rich Rfcharrt Richarq Richard
arrt RIdgeSey Rl Stley and Tony Sullivan SullivanMiss SuUlvanMilia SullivanMiss
Miss Janvier was one ot the hits of oflast ofat oflast
last at season as the wardrobe wrdrobe rdrobe mistress mistressof mlstreuI
in TheMayor The TheMayor fheayOl
of a stranded opera company
Mayor ayOl of Toklo and everybody who whowent whoent whowent
I went ent to the New York Hippodrome In Inthe Inthe inthe
the last two years will remember flea Bessie BeItte fleaste ¬
L Tues Tuesday Tuesda7 Tuesday
sie te McCoys dancing dancmg Matinees ¬
day New Year Day Wednesday ednesdny and andSaturday andSaturday andSaturday
Saturday SaturdayColumbia SaturdayColumbiauThe SaturdayColumbiaTlle
Columbia ColumbiauThe The Man From Now NowGirls NowGirls NowGirls
Girls in bevies and pretty ones too tootutte tooflulte tootiutte
tutte the tb prettiest girls on the After American Anierlcan Afterlean ¬
criticsay critic crtt10sy criticssay
lean comic opera stage some
say y form the framework for some ex exceedingly exeeedtqty exceedingly ¬
ceedingly stunning stage pictures which whichwill whichwUl whichwill
will be shown at st the Columbia Theater Theaterall Theaterall fheaterall
all of next week ieek with a special matineo matineoon maUn maUnon matineon
on Tuesday Tue day New Year Day when wh n Henry HenryW HenryV
W V Savage will otter for the first time timebTjoh timeIn timein
In this city Barr Harry Bulger In that son sonahow song songshow
show success The Man From Fromby Now Nowby
Vincent Bry Bryan Bryan Dryan ¬
bTjoh by John Kendrick Kenitrlck Bangs
an and Manuel Klein A nove novet novel Idea Ideaforms Ideoforma Ideafonna
forms the basis baal of construction con tnreUon for hThO hThOelan The Thetindell TheMan
Man From low and 1ft Mr Bulgel BulgelMr BulgerMr
Mr Savage has a deservedly po popular popularstar lal laltat
star tat And the authors have equipped him himwen himwell
wen with a put that ftlll The cat cast castInclqdes t tInclqdetJ
InclqdetJ 18Obt > 1 HAll Helen Hale Hat HattIe Hattie
Arnold Lucy ronge Bertha John Jobnatone Johnstone
tIe
atone Walter Lawrence Edward Mar MarUnlell Martimiell
tindell E H OConnor Phil Branson Bransonand Bransonantl BranSonanti
and the chorusT chorU ChOrUL Regular matinees matineesholiday matln matinersThursdaY s sThunclay
ThursdaY and Satur Saturday ay and a special specialholiday peolalholtcJay
holiday matinee Tue TueBelasco Tuesy TuesyBelascoThe day
4 4BelaSoCouThe
Belasco BelaSoCouThe The karl Earl and the Girl GirlA Girli Girlf
f i A brilliant dialogue two score of tune tuneful tuner tunefig ¬
r ful musical mu lcal numbers a most mo t stupendous stupendousscenic stupendousllICensc stupendousscenic
a vast array of silken silkenfinery silkenftnery silkenfinery
scenic production pr ° duCi °
llICensc finery from the millinery kings of the thetwo thetwo thetwo
two continents and an imposing lg assem assemblage as assemblage em emblqe ¬
and beauty are a few of ofthe ofthe
blage SSrlalieSt the salient of grace feature of the nmgnittoent nmgnittoentmusical lkgnlttoentaulJidLl magnhticentmuslcl
Girl Girlk Girlwhich Girlwhich
musical whirl Tbe Earl and the
nt at the theBe1A1ICo theBelasco
the Shuberta will pre present
which
Be1A1ICo next wed k with 1th Eddie Foy in incesa Intbe inthe
the leading comedy role The Earl and and111e andthe
EntrU English h musical sue succed suecess
Is 1 an
Gfrl
the
having been played nt the Lyric LyricTheatre Lyrl LyrlTheatre LyricTheatre
cess two twothusiaatio twoy tWOyskrs
Theatre In London London for more than
whel the Me8111 Shubort Pf Pfthe gLv gLvthe
y yskrs rs wheIl
magnificent setting seitlnsthan settingthan
the o opera m a more
and pl8a presented nted It to the en enthualaaUo enthusiftetlo
thusiaatio than ever audience L at the Casino The Theater ThEater Theater ¬
ater HI New York orfc city cityChases cityChasesPolite cityChasesPolite
Chases ChasesPolite Polite Vaudeville VaudevilleChases VaudevilleCha VaudevilleChases
Chases Cha s New Year bill of polite vnude vnudevllle tudevllle aude audechile
Harts HartsTen H HdrtsTen rls rls1en
vllle will be composed compo ed of Joseph
Ten Crickets production said to be bethe beUte bethe
the most pretentious tabloid musical musicalcomedy musicaleornedy musicalcomedy
comedy ever submitted In vaudeville vaudevilleftn vnudevDlothe vaudevfllethe
Quigley Brothers The Quartet QuartetHarry QuartetHarry
the the theFour theFour
Laden and Rosa Crouch
Harry Dunbars Zena Kolte and her JerponY herponY
Four Austin Walsh and The Merry MertFroitCM MerryIrrolics
ponY The lhlTen Theron
FroitCM Irrolics ot Satan motion pictures
Crickets Inelude ten pretty grls grlsIn gjrlsIn
Ten ftn rcKsa rcKsaIn
In the ballet baU t Norma Seymour prima prlmadonna prlmndonna primadonna
donna and V N Cripps tenor Quig Quigl Quigley QuigIcy
l Brothers will present the their r original originalsatirical originalsaUrical originalsatirical
satirical Icy y farce Election Day DIL Chases ChnscsMverrateea Chasosnever Chasesnever
Mverrateea never raises prices 8 holiday matinees matineesMajestic matineesMajesticuA matIneesMajesticA
Majestic MajesticuA A Jolly Baron BaronA
A Jolly Buron B r n with Billy S Clifton CliftonIn ClIt1oll1In
In the title role will be be the New Yearoffevlog Y
offering at the Majestic next week It Itj Itil
il j said to be an amusing as as well as asagreeable isaKe asagreeable
agreeable aKe ble fnuslcal musical diversity Few ser serious serI serions ¬
the theauthors theautb theauthdrs
I ious l momenta are encountered
authors autb rs evident purpose being to pro proi provide proride
i ride an entertainment diverting yet not notthinking notmaking notbakIng
making ny great reat demand on ones onesthinking onesthinking
thinking apparatus The in inabove nrodu produtfon tron Is IsabOve Isabove
above the average a handsome cnorus cnorusIn chorus chorusIn
In striking costumes being a feature featureThere featurehat eatureChcre
There hat is to be an extra mutinee nrfttin e given givenNew givenI
New Year Day DayAcademy DayI DayAcademyThe
I
I Academy AcademyThe The Ninety and id Nine NineThe NineThe NineThe
The Ninety and Nine will have Its Itsfirst Itsfirst Itsfirst
first presentation Presenta in this city at popular popularprices popularprices popularprices
prices at the Academy Academ of Music Mul New NewYear NewI
I Year week Its It theme was taken t ke 1from 1fromII from fromI fromi
i the famous hymn of the same Ulle tIl1 > and andthe andtl andI
I I the tl < story tells of a young man of good goodI
I
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Impulse Impu and thorough honesty of per purpose pu perPoe ¬
pose Poe who falls alls through < h drttk from the thegood theood theood
good ood opinion of all his friends except exceptRutb exceptRuth ezeiptRuth
Ruth SIGn BUke the woman be loves and andwho andwho andwho
who finally IIna linany brings him back td t l the re reireneroja reo reospect respect
spect of lUll friends nd and a a poettl POsttkOi POsttkOiworthy n nworthy
worthy ot his character The Theero ame ameFeneroji
ireneroja ero equipment equipmentmade equlp1n t will be e used thst thstmade
made the play such a distinguished sue success suecess ue ueCfU ¬
cess during durtn Its ItJWHentstlon presentation in New NewYork NwYork NewYork
York olty ity for over bait a year A Acapable Aeapabl Acapable
capable company of thirty players pla tYrs will willappear wiltappear willappear
appear headed by XI Kb Biyone 1Myone Whlppfe WhlppfeNew Whlpi4eNew lc lcNew
New Lyceum LycettmHTheKeDtHcky TheKeatHcky Belles BellasTbe BeU BellesTho s sT1Ie
Tbe Kentucky Belles said to be an anexceptionally anexceptleoaly anexceptIeii1y
exceptionally clever company co apany of fun funmakers tUftJ funmakers
makers J akera comes c to the New Lyeemn next nextMonday mmttMonday t tXonday
Monday Besides two atdesplitliig bur burlesques burJ herleaques ¬
lesques J ues Society a satire tire oa interna international International Intarnational ¬
tional marriages and uMurphy uMurphytkeaboth Murphys Mis Mistakes M Mtakeaboth ¬
takes tkeaboth both by bylack Jack Reid who assumes assumesthe assumesthe u uthe
the leading roles the company brings brinieswith brl brlwith bringswith
with it such ueh clever special artist artlaUthe as asthe sethe
the Wiora ION Trio Hungarian H rlan singers anddaneerJ anddoncec and anddancers
dancers iI Reid and Gilbert Ubert exponents exponentsof expoqentof
of Irish wit Young Buffalo u a1o and Mile MileMarietta JeMarietta haleMarietta
Marietta In a sharp shootta SbOoclq exhibition exhibitionquartet exhibitionthe xbtblUonthe
the CHttury Comedy Four a sIa1Pac sIa1Pacquartet aintgquartet
quartet par excellence ex neDce and Andy AndyLeod And tc tcIAod 1c 1cLied
Lied musical e artist and n4 comedian Of Ofcourse orCOUMle Ofcourse
course the ubealty ba bOapt ty chorus is a tea feature teatUre teattire ¬
ture of the show showNational showNationalLast how howNadonalLast
National NadonalLast Last Marine Band Concert ConcertThe Conc rt rtThe rtThe
The last popular Sunday night con concert on oncert concert ¬
cert of the season by the Marine Band Bandwill BandwUl fiendwill
will be given in the New National NationalTheater NationalTheater NationalTheater
Theater next Sunday December DecemberLeutenant at atLieutenant 10Lieutenant
Lieutenant Santelmaan aan amteunces that thatmost Utat1ft000t thatmost
most of the program will be devoted devotedto de deto
to requested numbers nu and aaclthat that Fritz FritzMueller PritzMuellel FritzMueller
Mueller and Ole OleT J May will be the thesoloists thesolol thesoIoIst
soloists soloistsColumbia soIoIstColumbiaBurton U UColumbiaBurton
Columbia ColumbiaBurton Burten Holmes Lectures LecturesBurton LecturesBurton LecturesBurton
Burton Holmes HolmeS Is soon to be heard beardat heardat heardat
at the > Columbia Theater in three paral parallel parallel iaralid ¬
lel id courses cou Course A to be given on onflve 0 0JIve on onlive
JIve successive aucea alve Sunday evenings e ln at SWoclock SW S Soclock 110oclock
oclock Course B on live successive successiveMonday lRIecealveronday successiveMonday
Monday afternoons at 4M 411 and Course CourseC
C on live successive Tuesday afternoons afternoonsat
at 430 4 10 For Courses A and B the sub subjects mbjeets ¬
jects je ta will be Cairo The Nile NileAthens NileAtJielUl NileAthens
Athens and the New Olympic Games GamesNaples Ga GaNaplfOa GassesNaples
Naples and Vesuvius a a course coursewhich eourHwhIch coursewhich
which has done d such a large business businesswhere businesswhere lll lllwhet
where it has been given this whiter wlnt as asto asto asto
to necessitate n tate return engagements engagementsCourse enaqemeptaCoue engagementsCourse
Course C will be made up of those thoselectures tholectures thoselectures
lectures which have proven the most mostpopular Dostpopular mostpopular
popular in several for fvcntr n er seasons seasonsJapan lleaJlOnsTapan seasonsJapan
Japan Port Arthur Ireland IrelandTyrolean IrelandAlps IrelandTyrolean
Tyrolean Alps and SwitmeriHjid hSrJtserlkJ1dAll SwitmeriHjidAll
All of these will be splendidly illustra illustrated ututrated iftustrated ¬
ted with colored views and motion pie pictures plcturfS pietures ¬
tures taken by Mr Holmes and his hl aa aaslutant aa aaBwtant assletant
slutant and nd fellowtraveler Oscar B BDepue BDcpu 13i
i Depue The ale of seats for all three threecourses threeCOt1 threecourses
courses COt1 will rJU begin at the Columbia ColumbiaTheater ColumbIaTheat ColumbiaTheater
Theater Theat r on Monday December Dt 31 31MAULSBY 31MAULSBY 3iMAIJLSBY
MAULSBY HOME FOR BOYS BOYSPLANSCHRJSTMAS BOYSPLANS BOYSPLANSCHRISTMAS
PLANSCHRJSTMAS PLANS PLANSCHRISTMAS CHRISTMAS TREE TREEInvitations TREEinvitation TREEInvitations
Invitations were issued yesterday by bythe bythe bythe
the ladies of the George Maulsby Work WorkIng WorkIng VorkJng
Ing Boys Home 280 C street northwest northwestto
to the f fJ rends And ends and patrons trons of that In Institution instltutlon Insti1uUon ¬
stitution to 0 attend a reception and dona donation donatlon donalion ¬
lion party toirght A Christmas tree treewill treewill treewill
will follow the celebrations celebcaU IWI Mrs Wil William WllURm Vil Vil11am ¬
liam Carr president pr lfl4ent ef the lie institution institutionMiss In institutionMiss tttuUon tttuUon1IS11
Miss 1IS11 Fannie G Childs treasurer and andMiss andlon andMiss
Miss lon s Martha lIarthaDabney Dabney Stuart who is In Ini InI Incharge
i charge of the home iOne will conduct the thefestivities tbcfestldtle8 thefestivities
festivities festivitiesNEW festldtle8NEW festivitiesNEW
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NEW YEAR RECEPTION RECEPTIONARRANGED RECEPTIONARRANGED RECEPTIONARRANGED
ARRANGED FOR Y M C A AMembers AMomber AMembers
Members of the Young Mens Men s Christian ChristianAssociation ChristianAssociation ChristianAssocIation
Association will hold a a reception on New NewYear Ne NeYeAr NewYear
Year from 3 to 6 oclock oclockln in the after afternoon arternoon afternoon ¬
noon and the association building will willbe w11lbe willbe
be thrown open ope to its friends President PresidentWoodward Preeh10ntVoodward PresidentWoodward
Woodward and other official of the as association u uIlIOclatlon as1soeiatlon ¬
IlIOclatlon sociation will receive recelre and it is I expected expectedtheir expectedI expectedithelr
I ithelr their assistants a will wl1 include a large lar c per percentage percentage perI ¬
I centage of f the membershipBOSTON membership membeIldpBOSTON mernberslilpBOSTON
BOSTON MUSICIANS PLAY PLAYAT PLAYAT PLAYAT
AT THE LIBRARY RECITAL RECITALMiss R CITAL CITALMiss
Miss Blanche Crafts concert mistress mistressof mlstreslJthe mistrcs mistrcsof
of the orchestra connected with the New NewEngland NewEnglftnl NewEngland
England Conservatory of Music Bos Boston Boston floeton ¬
ton accompanied nJed by Miss n8S Minna Schott Schottassisted Scl Sckottassisted ott ottlutslsted
assisted Miss MI Murray and Miss Grady at atthe at atthe atthe
the violin song aon and piano recital at the thftReadlnrr th thReadln theReadInr
Readlnrr Readln Rom lor the Blind Library or ofCongress orCoDlIess orCongress
Congress
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Tom Tom the pipers son sonStole sonStole I IStole
Stole a pig pi and away 19 b I run runAnd runThey runThey
They trailed Jilm im by the plts I IUalll IUalllAJd a4IuealO4thd
And tracked trAa him by b his hi rubber nab er heels heelsHe hUae heelsHe
He e Jumped on piggy like a dog dogAnd
And thus they round him on Ute hoer hoerCOZY toSCOZY hogCOZY
COZY CORNER cON cONCondueted CON CONConducted CONConducted
Conducted by Aunt Dotty DottyDainty DottyDl11nty DottyDainty
Dainty lunches for receptions receptionstens receptionsteas receptionsteas
teas entertainments and andthe tbe like are arealways arealways arealways
always to be desired Tor the bene benefit benefit benofit ¬
fit of my many dear admirers X will willglva willgive willgive
give you the following valuable Hints Hintstoday hlntstoday hintstoaay
today todaySomethJng toaaySomething
i Something novel In the way wa of frost frosting trostIng frostlug ¬
lug for cake may be achieved by cover coverIng covering
ing the Uuaurtace surface of the cake with fish ashglue fishglue fishglue
glue and sprinkling over that a quan quantity quantHy ceRntity ¬
tity of pulverized mica Jab a brass braseheaded bras8headed brasslsesded
headed tack here and there In the cake cakeand cakeand Cakeand
and the effect will certainly create com comment oommente cornmont ¬
mont mentCream menteCr9 montCream
Cream Cr9 m puffs will be more attractive if ifthe 1tUle itthe
the pastry ie painted in green stripes to torepresent torepra torepresent
repra represent 9nt a watermelon Color the cream creamred creamrOd creamred
red wlttt cut glass gla dyes and add a few fewshoo tewhoe fewshoo
shoo buttons to represent seeds This Thiswill Thiswill Thiswill
will increase the general genera effect of orig ¬
inality inalityCoeoanut InAlityCoeoElnut a aCesoanut
Coeoanut cak cakes s are easily Msll made mad by bysecreting byecretlng bysecreting
secreting a mediumsized unopened eo eocoanut eocoanut tocoanut
coanut inside a loaf of breaO Serve Servewith Bervewith Servewith
with a garnishing of leaves from the theoocoanut theoocoanut theOocotnut
oocoanut palm and have the waiters waitersi waltersmake waitersmake
i make monkey faces while serving rvlng
I To make a birthday cake cheap eh9 p chop chopone chopone chopone
one pound > pink candles one almanac almanaeone alm almanacone aCo aCoone
one calendar and one diary fine cover coverwith coverwith coverwith
with cracker crumbs and when baked bakedsprinkle bak baitedSprinkle d drtudtt
sprinkle rtudtt with tit sand from an hour glass glassAlways 1tL 1tLAlways IassAlways
Always remove the collars from dog
biscuit before serving servingTHE aervlngTlm servingTHE
THE BRIEFLESS LAWYER LAWYERSo
So 3o your 001 son is a lawyer Ja WTr now y I trust tntet tntetbM truste
be e has a long and nd honored career be before be ¬
fore for hint hintWeil klmVeil h1mWell
Veil it promises prom to be leng t S at ata any anyrate anyrate 7 7rate
rate theres nothing brier about It so sofar JiIOtar sofar
far
JUST A STATESMAN STATESMANKia STATESMANMIss I IMiss
Miss Vane VIUMI I tent out know that man manfery ntaft1ery manPry
1ery fery Pry well but I understand un that bes besbeen bVsbeen s steen
been telling everyone one how wonderfully wonderfullyweM i wonderfullywail ta y
welt preserved JMWen my complexion to toMies 18MJ Ishth
Mies MJ Knox J lCnoxProbaWy Probably hes he an agent agentUSUALLY acefttfor agentiorlt
for iorlt lL
USUALLY THE CASE CASESay CASESa7 OASEay
Say ay Pa Ps said Tommy ToIIt looking up upUsually
trcup hi JMpet Jg What aoe aoeJIM does obvious obviousrssmone
JIM un unUwaJI ueanr ueanrUsuaJly
Usually UwaJI my son refilled ltJ P e it itJPeao8 Itmesas tt ttmeavs
mesas reasons that the writer wrlwJ Ja too toolacy taDIa tonlany
lacy or too ignorant to eM el4aIn ata
EASY AT OMAHA OMAHATO OMAHATO
TO GET DIVORCES DIVORCESDecree
Decrees Granted G anted in Nearly NearlyAll NearlyAll NearlyAll
All Suits Filed Piledin in the theCity theCity theCity
City of Late LateOMAHA LateOJtfA LateOWAHA
OMAHA OJtfA Jfeb Dec J7 17Approximate 17Approximately Ap PI roximate roximately ate ateIy
ly owe dhrOree salt ft tor every three tit mar narrtaces JltArrtq marzljes
rtaces rtq is Ate startling recital dl disclosedby disclosed disclosedr c1oHdby
by r a a compilation I6tioIt of statistics at the thecourthouse thecourthouse
r courthouse bt Omaha 0 for the ArK eleven elevenmonths eIeettmonllul elotenmonths
months of this year yearUp yrUp yearIJp
Up to December 1 1 LStt marriage li licenses 11eenHil Ucomes ¬
censes had been isued in IMS J s 5H1 ad in the thesame thesalIN the1md
same period 110I l divorce cUvor suits Its had been beenWed beenAled been1usd
Wed in the district court In nearly all alltbe anI allthe
I the suite filed decrees d ree were re granted grantedA grantedA ranted rantedA
A very ry large percentage of the appli applicant tpplleanta appilcasts ¬
cant casts for tot divorce d1vo were residents of ofEastern orEastem ofEastern
Eastern States who in order to obtain obtaindecrees obtaindeerfltil obtaindecrees
decrees of divorce came here and tem temporarily temporarily ternporarlly ¬
porarily established etabli8h residences after afterward afterward afterward ¬
ward returning to their Eastern homes homesThe 10mfSThe homesThe
The laxity of tbe law which permits permitsa
a a legal Ul rendenee to be established tabll htHi In six sixmoptha IIIxmeoths mixmonths
months is primarily responsible reIIpOn lbIe for the thevery Utever7 thevery
very rapid growth of the divorce bust busious bunefI bustmess
mess here and It is said that a atreDu atreDuOWl
OWl effort will be made at the next nextsession neottaetlston nextmeiton
session of the Legislature to obtain a arevision arevt arevision
revision revt lOfl of the law la on the baste of the tbei tlMmodel themodel
i model law recommended by the divorce divorcei llvorMconpen divorcecongress
i congress which wlu h met in Philadelphia Philadelphialast
last fall fallHOIE tallHINDOO fallE1lfflIlliU
HINDOO E1lfflIlliU LEADER ASKS ASKSHOME AK AKROME
HOME RULE FOB INDIA INDIACALCUTTA INDIAI INifiACALCUTTA
I CALCUTTA Dec S7At the opening openingof open In InoC
of the th Indian National Congress eon the thepresident tItepre thepresident
president pre lclent Dababbai Da Naoroji formerly formerlya fonfterl
I a a member of the house of commons eommolM de delivered de delivered tieilvered ¬
livered an addreee tasteting upon the tberights therlghm therighto
rights of th the Hindoos H ac Brlttabwb Brlttabwbjects British sub subjects subJects ¬
jects to govern themselves themselvesThe tbenwelveLThe themselvesThe
The speaker pointed nted out that the thePeers th thpoers thePeers
Peers whom the th Indians helped to sub subjugate subjrate subgate ¬
jugate gate had been given selfgovernment selfgovernmentwhile elfgovernmentwblle selfgovernmentwhile >
while India wa was still tlll without Ithout it and andurged andurlfet1 andurged
urged the raising rai ing of a large patriotic patrioticrights patrioticfund patrioticfund
fund to educate the Indians Tndian a as to their theirIightil theirrights
rights arid for the carrvjng on of th thcampaign the theCmpat thecampaign
campaign Cmpat n In England EnglandUpward EnfllandUpward EnglandUpward
Upward of 1 18000 000 delegates were ero preient pros prelt preltent prosent
ent and the speech of Dababhai NaoroJ NaoroJwas NaoroJIwas Naorojlwas
was received eed with a tumult of applause applauseMRS applauseI applouseMRS
MRS REED TO LECTURE LECTUREABOUT LECUREABOUT LECTUREABOUT
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ABOUT MEDITERRANEAN MEDITERRANEANMrs
Mrs M Laadon Reed will deliver delherlecture a alecture
lecture entitled Cruising In the Mediter Mediterranean MedJteanaan Meiliteryanean ¬
ranean in the leoturo hall of the Wash Washfngton WashfngtOn Vashfngtoll
fngton Public Library on January 3 at atS
S p m The lecture will be illustrated illustratedby illustrated illustratedb illustratedby
by b the stereOpticon with views by S R RStoddart RStoddart RStoddart
Stoddart StoddartScenes StoddartI
I Scenes will be shown of the art archi architecture archittture ¬
tecture ute and customs of Spain Italy ItalyGreece Ital1re ItalyGreece
I Greece re Turkey Syria and Palestine PalestineThe PalestIneThe PestineThe
The lecture lec 1re will be especially addr addrto addressed AddrOMOdI
to those who are thinking of 07 taking th thtour thtour
tour ofth6 of the countries c to be described describedbut descrJbedbut dmezlbedbut
I but will also be equally Interesting ti tithose to totoo tothose
those too e who can only indulge in Utarry Utarryat tarry tarrjat tarryat
at home travels travelsTENT travelsTENT travelsTENTOF
TENT TENTOF OF RECHVBITES RECHVBITESELECTS RECHM3ITES RECHM3ITESELECTS REGHAITESELECTS
ELECTS NEW OFFICERS OFFICERHarmony OFFICERSIarmofty OFFICERSHarmony
Harmony Tent Tent TentNo No 1080 held a meet meeting mectIn meetleg ¬
leg In In Rechablto Temple US is Louisfaniavenue
avenue northwest Tuesday Tuesda evening vQtiabout
about fifty members present One can candidntc candldAte candidate
didntc was admitted to membership am amofficers
officers for the ensuing term elected at atfollows
follows Shepherd Lambert D Lyle Lylechief L Lylen Lylenchief lefl leflchlet
chief ruler William M lL Hall deputrulor
rulor David Mockabee ockabee recording mere setretary meretary
tary J H Bartlett treasurer JameT
T Rout levite George Roth Insidguard In
guard = uard John T Mockabee outside guard guardBdward gu4LrdEdward guardlldward
Edward Clementson trustees Hoyt A AHolton AHotton AHolton
Holton and J 1 B Hughes HughesHARD Rugh6HARD HughesHARD
HARD TO PRY LOOSE LOOSEMoney LOOSEMoney LOOSEMoney
Money may be easy but the trouble I Ithat
that the man who has It isnt Atlant AtlantGeorgian
Georgian
Disowns Eloping Heiress HeiressShe HeiressShe HeiressShe
She Married Army rmy ClerkFather Clerk ClerkFather ClerkFather
Father Beside Be ide Hims Himself 1f When Schoolgirl Becomes BecomesBride Beconj BecomsBride s sBr
Bride Br de of Young Man Drawing 15 1 a Month Monthas Nl nth nthI nthas
as Employe I of ofArmy Army Paymaster Payma ter
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PORTLAND > Me Dec 27 21It 1 tic 18 now nowknown noYknown nowknown
known that MIss tJM s Helen Sterling tile Uiaprobablo tileprobablo theprobable
probablo heiress of largo largo property ban buel haseloped j jelopod
eloped el lod with with Bdward W V Carter a pay paymasters DiYmuters paymasters ¬
masters clerk in the United States Statesarmy Statesarmy Statesarmy
army who draws J1S 18 l a amonth month salary salaryQutncy sa salaryQuincy ary aryQuincy
Quincy Sterling her father wa w was al almot alJR08t almoat
mot beside himself with ith anger when whenhe whenhe
he received the news and says he will willdisown wllidll5ovn willdIsown
disown and am disinherit dl disinheritbis his daughter daughterMiss daughterMISfJ daughterMiss
Miss Sterling who IB Js yet a schoolgirl schoolgirlmet eboolgrlmet schoolgirlmet
met Carter last summer when she was wasvisiting wasvisiting wasvisiting
visiting Cape Cottage with an aunt The Thecoast Thecoast Thecoast
coast artillery artlJler station Fort Preblo is isnear 1 1nENn isnear
near and Carter seemed to fascinate fascinateher taclqateher fapeiqnteher
her Her parents made her return home homeand homennd homeand
and forbade her seeing the youth youthMies youthMiss youthMiss
Miss Sterlings home Is on Peaks Peaksisland PeaksIsland PeaksIsland
island a suburb su urb of Portland Soldiers Soldierson oldlelson o1dIeraon
on furlough often visit vi lt tho island l laJtd and
With Mouth Foaming FoamingShe FoamingShe FoamingShe
She Snaps and Snarls SnarlsLike SnarlsLike SnarlsF SnarlsLike
Like Dog DogNHW DogNJDW DogNW
F
NW ROCHELLE N T Dec X XJrfrs t1ni I IMr
Jrfrs Mr > ni Charles Weeks Wka sixty years y eM eMdied o otiled oldd11
died at her home the result dt harme harmebeerf bavtftc1N4 havin havinbemf
beerf bitten by b a pet dog Sh Slid was so soviolent 1101oIent soviolent
violent that It required the efforts of ofsveraT otvera ofeevera
sveraT vera of her family to hold her in inbed Inbed inbed
bed as she frothed at the mouth and andsnapped aJKIanapped sadsnapped
snapped at the attendants
PARISIANS REVEL REVELIN REVELI REVELLAST
IN LAST SCANDAL SCAffiLDivorce SCANDALDivorce SCANDALDivorce
I
Divorce of Madame Lebargy LebargyImplicates lebargyI LebargyImplicates
Implicates I Son of Casi CasimirPerier Casim CasimIrPerier
mirPerier mirPerierPARIS m mIrPerierPARIS rPerier rPerierPARIS
PARIS Dec i 17Not Not since the trW trWef trtIlet trlif
ef the Ut Ct 45tel1Ja Uie dfroree suit has se semuch semaek somuch
much meereet been manifested manltestedin in a do domeedc doJlM doinestic
meedc JlM Uc scandal as s is shown in the hear hearing 11rIng heirlog ¬
ing whereby Madame Lebargy noted as asone asot weote
one of the most mMt beautiful women of ofParis ofParia ofParis
Paris and often hailed as the successor successorof oror
of Sarah Bernhardt as an actress ha habeen has 11Mdivorced hasbeen
been divorced from her husband husbandThat husbandThat husbandThat
That a son of formal President PrMldetttudrPerler Caet CaetmirPerier CaImirPerier
mirPerier is involved 111 tM > acandai acandaibag scaMlhas
bag not lessened the thJntere interest t The Thechief Tacilief Thechief
chief charge on which the decree was wasgranted wasg wasgrnte4
granted g Utted was that hst the actress 8ctr iHI had de deserted de deserted dosertsd ¬
serted her husband hu and eon gone to London Londonwith Lottdonwith Londonwith
with young Pert < Boulevard gossips goseinshave go elphave gossipshave
have It Jt she ah will marry him htmLebargy himLebargy himLebargy
Lebargy Is also well known as a an anactor anactor anactor
actor and has shared with Bowl Castel Castellane Castellane 1wstellone
lane the distinction of setting the thefashions thetuhlons thefashions
fashions for Paris ParisI ParlRNO ParisNO
NO HAT AS GIFT GIFTWlfE GIFTWIFE GIFTIrE
WIFE IrE TAKES MDWoman MDt ACmWoman MD ACIDWoman
t
Woman Quarrels Qu rrels With Hus Husband H Husband I us usI usband ¬
band Over Christmas ChristmasPresent ChristmasPresent
I INB7
Present PresentI PresentNEW
I NEW YORK Dec STAnnle Caning Carrington Carrtngtoft Canington
ton twentyewe years trt trteti ta kill her herWest herHit herself
Hit In the hallway or her home At AtVest 10 10Wept
West Wept Twentyseventh street street by taking takingcreoeute Jibngcr takingcreosete
creoeute cr iMte Her husband knocke kuockeq th the Dot bottle Dottie hottin ¬
tie out of her hand She swallowed walloWed1Ittle a alittle alittle
little of th tb l pCld cW SJ Site e was lacked up upon upOft upon
on a charge or attempted suicide suicideCarrthgton suicUteCarrhigtOtt e eCarrtn
Carrthgton Carrtn ton told the th police that he and andbig andlIis andIda
big wife had been married a year esr and andyesterday aadye andyesterday
yesterday ye via was their first ftr t Christmas Chrtetmassince Christmasmince s sInee
since their marriage She Sheu harf had expected expecteda expect expecta
a hat he ad Md and at dinner tunnel he told toldher toJdbel toidher
her that he had not money enough eDOUC to tobuy tobuy tobuy
buy her one They quarrelled and whea wheaher wheahe whoalie
he starLed tar d to leave and refused to kW kWh8t kissher
her she threatened to kill herself herselfThe henetThe herselfThe
The woman went to a drug store and andgot aAdgot andgot
got the creosote saying 1Iaylft that she wonted wentedit
it for a toothache toothacheATTACKED toothachellnNlS toothacheL1ONf
llnNlS r CONGRESS CONGRESSATTACKED NGRE88 NGRE88ATIAE
ATTACKED BY Y JEWSLONDON JEWS JEWSLONDON JE8LONDON
LONDON Dec 27 iA A dispatch from fromBucharest fromBucharest fromBucharest
Bucharest Roumania says that during duringa
a se4on 5 40n of the Zionist Congress Co gr8 at atCraiova atCralo8 atCralova
Craiova members of An antiJewish antiJewishsociety antiJewishsociety antlJewishsociety
society Invaded the meeting During Duringthe Duringthe Duringthe
the riot that followed many Jews wer werinjured were weroInjured wereinjured
injured The police finally Sinal1 restored order orderand orderand orderand
and the meeting mQCt1n proceeded proceededTHINK proccooadTHINK proceededTHINKMANMURDERED
THINK THINKMANMURDERED THINKMANMURDEREDBODY MAN MURDERED MURDEREDBODY MURDEREDBODY
BODY PLACED ON TRAC TRACTREVORTON TRACK TRACKTREYORTON TRACKTREVORTON
TREVORTON Pa Doc D Dcc c J7 ilWhat What ie ieunposed issupposed 8 8suprosed
supposed to have been n a fatal accident accidenton
on the Trevorton Treor onetenllon extension of the theShamokln
Shamokln and Edgewood Edgewood Electric Rail Railway Ranway Railway ¬
way line at the corner of Shamokln and andFirst ndFirst andFirst
First streets developed in a sensational sensationalmanner sensationalanner sensationalmanner
manner anner when it was found that tho vic victim vleUm vietIm ¬
tim Mathlas Shaschek was alive alivewell jid jidwell ndwell
well at ft a fair in progress here about abouttwenty abouttwentY abouttwenty
twenty minutes before his mangled body bodywas bodyW8S bodywas
was found under the street street car Inves Investigation Investigation hivestigation ¬
tigation shows that certain portions ofclothing
clothing had been removed from his hisbody hisbodY hisbody
body It is now thought thatthe that ho was waamurdered W wasmurdered 1J 1Jmurdered
murdered and that his body was placed placedon
on the tracks tracksGOVERNMENT tra tracksGOVERNMENT ks
GOVERNMENT fiOUSE IOSE BURNS BURNSENTAILING BURNSNTAILJNG BURNSENTAILING
ENTAILING 90000 LOSS LOSSDAWSON LOSSDAWSON LOSSDAWSON
1
DAWSON Alaska Dec 27 iThe iTheGtwCUnment fTThc fTThcQMfqrnment The TheGbvornment
Gbvornment house house which cost 00000 00060 and andcontained andd an anrtaaed
contained rtaaed d many valuable furnishings la lareported Is Isreported s sI
I reported to have been totally destroyed destroyedby dt lroJ lroJb1i
I by b fire
J I
they carried letters between the losers lovqrsa IOYcrs losersa
a soldier H Idler and an d girl friend t1i ef MUw M MI Ster Sterling S 5tdrhing r rUng ¬
1 ling acting as intermediaries intermediariesThen IntormttdlarieThen Int rmdlares rmdlaresThen
Then the th girl and h bsi l r lever l er xnaraged xnaragedmeetings IllJjlll1f5dmeetings arngedmeetings
meetings In Portland Po rtlaJld ute girl ostensibly ostensiblygoing ostdstblygoing y ygoing
going on shopping trip tri trips Her father fatherdiscovered t8tlterdlacover fatherdiscovered
discovered dlacover d this and as a a precaution the theschoolgirls t theschoolgirls e eachoolgirl
> schoolgirls older sister was wa sent with wtthher withher withher
her on her trips tripsHelen tripsHelen
Helen gave p ve her sister 8ter the t e slip in a big
department departm nt store and met ber lover tovarThey Io r
I They The went to the Rev William Ross Rossand Rosaand Rossand
and were married The sister waited waitedan wltedan waitedan
an hour in the store and then searched
No word was received JeCidvedrom from the couple coupleuntil coupleuntil coupleuntil
until the arrival of a letter after the
family famil had feared the girl rI had met with withan wltban withan
an accident Mr lr Sterling was so over ovorcom 0101comewhen overcome
com comewhen come when the news new wa wall broken that he h
fell fell to the floor in a faint faintThe ralntThe faintThe
The young people iook a MtUe ItW littlapart littlapartmoat apart apartment aPfirtmoot ¬
moot in town and there Ute bride fiws fiwswhile lifts liftswhite hiVswhile
while the bridegroom comes over When Whener whenever
I ever er he can get away from itu > peat
WOMAN WOMA N R RABIES RABI ABIES S VICTIM
About three months ago Mrs Weeks Weekshusband Weekshuftd Weekshusband
husband found a small fox terrier ierri m hi the thestreet thestrMt theStreet
street It was a bright and playful play tal Ht HtUe litU t tU
Ue U animal and be took it IIMfte hem with withhim withkiln withhim
him himA
A few days d later la Mrs Week W wa waItiftyinf IWLwttk was waspitying
pitying with the dee when it beeam beeamGKdttod MealnP6tet bieaeieetteftd
GKdttod 6tet lM1 and snapped at her MJIDI finally sink staking sinkhg ¬
ing IDI Its teeth in her ankle She thought thoughtnothing Uou thoughtnothing ht htDOthiDg
nothing of the tit wound at the tin time tilMthe as astbe asthe
the dogs doc teeth scarcely = pierced her herektng 1Ierinc hereekbtg
ektng inc About four azys days Yil age a 81 she snebegan shebegan e epn
began pn to show signs of rabies rabI ante aatI antethefsmIIy nt ntthe
the thefamtly family physician Dr Raymond RaYJftOftd was wascalled wascaUed wascoiled
called in inHe InH inlie
I He H found her In great t agony When Whenhe vntnhe Whinhe
he attempted to give her water = she shefought shefought he hefought
fought and barked at him like a dog dogi
i
INFANT PERISHES PERISHESMOTHER PERISHESMOTHER
MOTHER NOT HOME HOMEBurned HOMEBurned
Burned to Death by Brother BrotherPlaying BrotherPlayjngwith BrotherPlayingwith
Playing Playjngwith with Burn Burning Burning Burning ¬
ing Paper PaperLrtit Paperg PaperLerlag
Lrtit Lerlag g hi a Hide woedea bed near r fee feekitchen Utekitchen thekitchen
kitchen Steve watching w teb her brother and andsister adshilter andsister
sister play with their the1 Christmas ttJnu toy toyLUHe toys toIILIIUe toysLtWe
LUHe Manuel the fourteenmontberold fourteenmontberolddaughter tourteenlIIOR fourteenmoatbeohddaughter oId oIddauckter
daughter of Richard and Gertrude Man Manuel Manuei an anueI ¬
ueI of 1SS7 13 Third street southwest t was wasburned wasbumed wasburned
burned to death tat evening eveningMrs evenlAirMrs oveilaghire
Mrs Manuel was u away way from home hoes at atthe att atthe
the t e Unto the tragedy traA r occurred At Attract AttractetI tract tractdaughter
etI 1 by the frantic crt cries ot her SOft and anddaughtr anddaughter
daughter she > reached the kitchen kite in ini intime
I i time to see the infant enveieped ped in a amass aaiim
lJftSS mass of flame Without a thought for forher 101her forher
her own life she caught mpt the child in inher InIt Inbet
her arirsin arms In j a heroic effort to save ave its itslife ItsIt itslife
life It and was so severely yerely burned btIrHd that thathe Utatchi thatlie
chi he feB in a faint faintWhen taintIlea faintWhoa
When Ilea Mrs 118 Manuel went out out about 5 5oclock 5oclOck 5oclock
oclock yesterday afternoon she e left Lll LllU LIl1H LiiII
U 1H in charge of her other two tw children childrenVHitem childrenVllilam childrenSVftuiam
VHitem six years Y old and Clara four fouryears tourYenI fouryears
years of age A bed had been Impro Improvised Improv1 Inprovised ¬
vised v1 ed near nearthe the kitchen stave atoV and ia it itthe Itthe Itthe
the child was watching her brother and andaister andsister andsister
sister playing playingWilliam playngWlUlam playingWilitm
William hal hafl rolled up pieces of paper paperand paperand J Jad
and ad after lighting theM in the stove stovewaved stovewaved O8 O8waved
waved the t bornmg torches above his hisi hlahead hishead
i head One of the th burning papers dropped droppedfrom droppedtrom roppetjtrons
from his hand falling lan on his sisters sistersbed tersbed sistersbed
bed The Tit bedding and clothing clothta were of oflight ort oflight
light t material and instantly took fire fireA fIreA tireA
A certincate of accidental death was wasiaeued wasis wasiaintd
iaeued by the coroner this morning mom A Ayear Ay Ayear
y year ago the family fam y came to Washing ra lag ¬
ton from Prince William county Va Vawhr V VMre VsWhere
Where Mre the body will be taken for burial uriat
tomorrow tomorrowNSW tomorrowDOCTOR tomorrowDOCTOR
DOCTOR GUARDED GUARDEDFROM I IFROM
FROM BLACK HAND HANDNHiW
NSW YORK Dec 27 TThreatened TThreatenedwith 1Threatenedwith Threatened Threatenedwith
with aaeasqinatkmby unknown enemies enemiesDr enemiesDr
J Dr jarkar Markar G DadirrUn a noted physi physician phYSiclaa physiclan ¬
clan is carefully guarded by y a horde of ofdan orpolice ofpolte
police and detectlv detectives tocJr today The thyi thyidan piiystcan
dan can has received two letters ttelS signed l ed by
BUck Hand declaring that unless unl he hepaid hepaid hepaki
paid 10001 10009 to the th writers he would be beOFFICE bekilled bekilled
killed killedOFFICE
fI fIOFFICE
OFFICE BUILDING BUILDINGIILL BUllOINGWILL BUlfflN1ILL
WILL 1ILL COST 140000 140000A
A phnmit Has been bee issued for or the theerection the theerection theerection
erection of a Ii nirieetery nh nl ett ofltee 0 ellis building buO at atthe attJ atthe
the tJ e corner e eern rn r of Pourteenih and V streets streetsnorthwest streetsnort1 streetsnortltweL
northwest nort1 e t The work OIk of excavating exc valtnr has hasbeen hasbeJtn hasbepa
been proceeding pr cedns for t r some days and andbuilding andbuilding andbuilding
building operations will now n begi be1Itt It Itto ItIti ItIs
to EXJ expected ECttod to have the building which whichis whichis
is estimated to coat SMOflOflL SHO completed completedby
by September 1 1W7 It is understoodthat understood 1Iterstoodtha nt1Ocstoodthat
that tha t the ground floor is already rented rentedand reR d dand p pand
and will be occupied upled by a haberdashery haberdasheryALBERT haberaetyALBERT haberdosiicryALBERT
ALBERT A WILSON NAMED NAMEDASSISTANT NAMEDASSISTANT NAMEDASSISTANT
ASSISTANT ASSESSOR ASSESSORI ASSESSORAlbtrt ASSESSORAlbert
I Albert A Wilson ha baa been formally formallyappointed formallyappointed formallyappointed
appointed a member of the Board of ofAssistant otA ofAssistant
Assistant A Assessors by the District DistrictCommissioners DistrictI DistrictConimiSsIOflerS
Commissioners on the recommendation recommendationof reeomme datlon datlonof
I of Assessor ABss maor or Hopewell H uarneHle Mr MrWHaon MrYt MrWilson
Wilson Yt on will enter upon up n his duties on onJanuary onTanuary onJantitirY
January I 1937 1937TWO 1931TWO l9flTWO
TWO SUICIDES IN PRISON PRISONWHILE PRISONWHILE PRISONWHILE
WHILE WAITING SENTENCE SENTENCEELMIRA SENTENCEELMIRA SENTENCEELMIRA
ELMIRA N Y Dec 7 7Wens flfisie flfisieWells Befsie BefsieWell
Well awaiting sentence stMfor for btovtllns btovtllnsa dittflga ttng
a little girl 11 committed suidd by taking takingacid takIngacid takingacid
acid given glvanher her by Prank Oelan ndaufY J1a who whoended whoended whoended
ended his life in the th same mJiuor In mCr as asha ashe ashe
he stood outside her cell cellA cellA cellA
A guard who was near spranpr < pri pra1 1g on n te ttoeman teman temait
man but was not quirk > nu i t > Eavo Eavohis J sL0his IO IOhis
his lit Delaney is said to t > Jiia 11 < loved lovedthe lovedthe lovedthe
the woman

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