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It is wall ll worth noticing1 that the theprevalliag1 theprevailing theprevailing
prevailing sentiment among the thespeakers theaspeakera thebpeaker
speakers at t the trust conference in inChicago inChicago inChicago
Chicago is that trust busting will willdlft willdefer
defer dlft > r rather than hasten the the goner goneralIJr gonerally
ally desired results re ultt Prof Frank FrankParsons FrankParsons 1rankParson8
Parsons of Boston sounded what whatseems whatseems hat hatseems
seems to be the keynote of the themeeting themeeting themeeting
meeting when he said saidThe SAidThe saidThe
The destruction of 1 trusts l and com combines combln cornbines ¬
bines bln s IK a a false aim In the first place placeIt placeit
it is Impracticable Trust and com combines c coinbines m mbmes
bines exlst ciat in ooedtonoe to the law of efindustrial ofindtBtrlal ofindtatrlat
industrial gravitation gnLvlt tlon which outranks outranksany outranksany outraakoany
any law that Congress or Legislature Legislaturecan
can Rn make No practicable legtelation legtelationcan
can prevent pr wnt men from acting in har harmony harmony harInony ¬
mony if th they y have the sense and char character oharacter character ¬
acter to do doin so soIn soIn
In the second nd place plac combination e ought oughtnot mghtnot ught ughtnot
not to b be destroyed because It IB l a asocial 8liOCial asocial
social benefit It Is not combination but butthe butthe butthe
the abuae of the powers of combination combinationthat combinationthtt i
that should be abolished The real realproblem realiNTh1eifl I IMblem
problem Mblem is to adopt such measures as aswill aswl11 aswill
will secure a a fair distribution of the thebenefits thebneftts I Iben
benefits ben fit8 of combination and prevent the theabsorption theabeorpdon I Iabeorpdon
abeorpdon of an undue u due share har of these thesebenefits thesebenefits thesebenefits
benefits by a few individuals or any anyarbitrary anyarbitrary
arbitrary or unjust use of combination combinationpower combinationpower combinationpower II IIarbitrary
power for the private purposes of the thecontrolling thecontroUlng thecontrolling
controlling owners ownersBut ownersBut owsersBut
But the fair distribution diatributionI diatributionof I of ofwhich ofhleh ofwhich
which hleh Prof Parsons speaks is i only onlythe onlythE onlythe
the philosophers logipal logi al result It Itwill ItWill Itwill
will hardly be b sought by the uprnc uprnctical prac practical practical ¬
tical men in charge of trust affairs affairsLeaving aftairsLeaving affairsLeavIng
Leaving Business Undisturbed UndisturbedGive
Give us a rest is lathe the plain Eng English English English ¬
lish of the appeals to the President Presidentprinted Pre residontprinted ident identprinted
printed to the world by the New NewYork NewYork NewYork
York Sun the Springfield Republi Republican ¬
can an and other newspapers B WpApers of the thesame thesame thesame
same overwrought fineness This is isth istl isih
th latest form forin form of attack upon him himfor himfor himior
for ior proceeding against a hit corporation corporationviolators corporationiolators corporationviolators
violators of the law la Let us con consider considlr consider ¬
sider what would ou1d have happened happenedhad hlpene hspenedhad l lhad
had the President safeguarded safeguardedbusinese safegttaraodbusinesi feguardodbusines
businese in the manner mannor desired dc ircd of ofthese ofth ofthese
these th 8e newspaper Here it t is in inparenthesis inparenthesis inI
I parenthesis parenthesisNot
Not ot quite The railrdads rai1r ti 6 would wouldhave wouldhave wouldI
I have gone on giving rebates The Thetrusts Thetrusts Thetrusts
trusts would have gone on getting gettingrebates gettingrebates gettingrebates
rebates and using them as the theStandard thetandard theStandard
Standard dW to drive independents independentsout indep delts deltsuut
out of the market The groat com combinations oombinationa cornbination ¬
binations headed by the best busi business business buMness ¬
ness men of the country would wouldhave wouldrave wouldhave
have gon gone on making honesty a by byword b bword byword ¬
word and the law a joke And work working working working ¬
ing for a living saving ng a dollar here hereand hereand hereand
and a dollar there buying a home homeand homeand homeand
and providing for wife and children childrenby childrenbr childrenby
br by Pyn payillK increasing tribute to the therebaters therebaters therebaters
rebaters and the great industriessuperior industries industriessuperior industriessuperior
superior to the law lawtMs this would wouldhave wouldhave vouldhave
have borne harder and harder on onthe onthe onthe
the little man ma down below belowBut belowBut belowBut
But business busiJie would have been beenundisturbed beenundiaturbed beenundisturbed
undisturbed and that that we are to topresume topresume topresume
presume from the present attitude attitudeof
of these newspapers would have havemade haemade havemade
made the Sun and the Republi Republican RepubUcan Republican ¬
can happy happyAn happAn happyAn
An Opening for Sagacity SagacityA SagacitYA
A Parker ghost t a declaration declarationfrom declftrationfrom de1arationI
from the New York State chairman chairmanthat chairmanthat hftirmanthat
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that Bryan cant win a Democratic Democraticmassmeeting Democraticma8Smeeting Democraticmassmeeting
massmeeting at Nashville declaring declaringfor deelurlngfor declaringfor
for the t1u same uncertain some good goodSouthern goodSouthern goodI
I Southern man and the steady rise riseof riseof riseof
of Governor Johnson r ohn on of Minnesota Minnesotaare Jfinne ota otaare
are shaping the situation thus far farin farin farIn
in advance of the Democratic con convention con convention on onvention ¬
vention It would look from this thisdistance thisdistance thisdistance
distance as though the Peerless PeerlessLeader PeerlessLeader PeerlessLeadex
Leader might have considerable considerablepeering considerableptlring considerablepeering
peering to do doThe doThe doThe
The hant of the latest candi candidate candldate ndf ndfdate ¬
date ha has interest for or the ghastly ghastlylight ghastlylight ghastlylight
light it throws on the boom for the thepresent thePresent thepresent
present lieutenant governor of ofNew ofl ofNew
New l ew York That movement al always always a aways ¬
ways misty and wraithlike will willhardly willhardly willhardly
hardly survive the suspicion nu picion that thatMr thatMr thatMr
Mr Chanler Ch nler is the offering of the theproponents theproponents theproponents
proponents proponents of oJ f Judge Parker Just Justly Just1y JustI
ly I or unjustly to him the view is isspreading 9spreading isspreadUig
spreading that suohis suob is the th case and andif andif andif
if it continues to spreadno clair clairvoyant clairvoyant ¬
1 voyant is needed to see the finish of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the Chanler boom boomThe boomThe boomr
r The other oth r indications have sig significance sig significance significance ¬
nificance only in so far as they draw drawsupport drawsupport drawsupport
support from Mr Bryan It has hasbeen hasbeen hasbeen
been entirely e tirel f possible and is now nowthat nOwthat nowthat
that the Nebraskan may be nom nominated nominated nommated ¬
inated because a great number number of ofdelegates ofdelegates ofdelegates
delegates will not know any of the theother theother theother
other candidates But the good goodSouthern goodSouthern goodSouthern
Southern man movement Jf if it itamounts itamounts itamountu
amounts to anything at t all will willprovide willprovide willprovideat
provide provideat at least a favorite son or ortwo ortwo ortwo
two which means so many dele delegates de1egates delegates ¬
gates less floating around New NewYork Newrork Newyork
York is out and out antiBi antiDrUn an and andthe andthe andthe
the Democrats of Judge Parkers ParkersState Parkers8tate ParkersState
State will ill not lack for a candidate candidateAs candidateAs candklateAs
As Johnsons strength increases the thelogic t theI e elogic
I logic of Mr Bryans selection tie tielrlases de decreases decreases ¬
creases creasesSo lrlasesSo creasesSo
So it would appear the time was wasripening VasrIpening wasi
i ripening for the demonstration of ofreal ofeal ofseal
real eal political sagacity on the part partthe partthe partFd
Fd the Democratic leaders leadersif if they
have any an A i liftle tt i part par t of the work workalready workRJroaQ workalrea4y
already RJroaQ r done for any anyone one of the theItepublioan theItepubIionn theitepublican
Itepublioan aspirants and the party parlymay pOrtJmfl partymay
may mfl be sCbured s ured from the stop its itsopponents itsopponents itsopponents
opponents most desire it ip o take takeWill takeWIll takswill
Will that sagacity coma to light and andgo andgo andgo
go to work Not according nC < ording to any anyprecedent anypreoedent anyprecedent
precedent in the history of the theDemocratic theDamooratio theDemocratic
Democratic Damooratio party part these past twelve twelveyears twobeJ twolvcyears
years yearsPattern11 J yearsSiatterfli 8 r8 r8Pattern
I Pattern Houses of Concrete ConcreteMr
Mr Edison has published his hisscheme hi hischeme hisscheme
scheme for the tb building of lowprice lowpriceconcrete lowprioe lowprioeconcrete 1owrieeconcrete
concrete houses lOUSCS with uniform uniformmolds uniformluolds uniformmolds
molds His > idea is still capable of ofmuch ofmuch ofmuch
much development de opment for so O far he hehas hehas hehas
has proviaed pro r1su1 only for a pattern patternhouse patternhouse patternhouse
house of fixed dimensions But the theannouncement thoannounoement theannouncement
announcement has great interest interesteven interesteeq interesteven
even so soThe so soThe soThe
The project is to make m ke forms formschiefly forms formschiefly formschiefly
chiefly of iron for the walls and nndiloors ondfloors andfloors
floors of the house Thoee are to t be becarted bocftrted becarted
carted to the site with a machine machinemixer mftchiqemIxer machinemixer
j mixer locked io ked together and held In Inplace hiplace htplace
place until the fluid mixture of ofcracked ofcraoked ofcracked
cracked stone or cinders and andcement andcement andcement
cement has set Then the frames framesare framesare framesare
are to be taken down and carried carriedto carriedto carriedto
to the next site and so on onManifest onManifest onManifest
j Manifest advantages are sur surprising surprising surprising ¬
prising economy in first cost oost abso absolute abBolute abolute ¬
lute proof against fire and com comparative compftratie cornparatlve ¬
parative indestructibility IndestruetibUit Disad Disadvantages Dili Disadvantages d dftntagct
vantages not quite so somanifest manifest are aremonotony aremonotony aremonotony
monotony of form fo exposure of the theplumbing theplumbing theplumbing
plumbing and difficulty in making makingthe makingthe makingthe
the dwelling express c prcsg the tenants tenantspersonality tenantspersonal1tJ tenantspersonality
personality For the time timeJn jn this thisage thisage thisage
age of riprap construction and gim gimcrack gimcrack gimcrack
crack ornament ornamontthe the formar out outweigh 1t 1tweigh oytve1gh ¬
weigh the latter as the Edison Edisonstyle Edisonstyle Edisonstyle
style of construction mak makes It pos possible possible possible ¬
sible to build a dwelling of six sixrooms sixrooms Mirooms
rooms of good size with comfortable comfortablestairways comfortablestairways I Istairways
stairways and plenty plent of closet closetroom clo closetroom ot otr
room r om for about 1000 and to save savepractically SAveprncticaUy savepractically
practically the th whole cost of insur insurance insurancft insurance ¬
ance and repairs repairshow I IHow
How large a need Mr r Edisoas Edi oag in ingenuity ingenuity ingenufty ¬
genuity will ill enable the nonrioh to tofill 1 11m
fill will be e manifest from even a abrief abrief abrief
brief talk with one of our ourWashing ourWashington Washing Washington Ashin Ashinton ¬
ton real estate agents With land landhigh landhigh I
high and building materials higher higherthe higherj higherthe
the profit in letting separate houses housesis I Iis
is nqt tempting t mptng Investors prefer preferfiats preferflats
fiats So the whole tendency is isaway isaway isaway II
away from the individual dwell dwelling dwolling dwelllug
ing toward a commercial and anduninspiring anduninspiring anduninspiring
uninspiring communism Hunt the thetown thetown thetown
town over an3 for every house held heldat heldat heldat
at any rental ren 81 between 10 and 25 25you 85 25you 85you
you will ill find four possible tenants tenantsNo tenantsNo tenantsNo
No wonder the flats are crowded crowdedNo crowdedNo crowdedNo
No wonder the spirit of home is isgrowing isg Isgrowing
growing g awing weaker and ud weaker weakerThe weakerhc weakerThe
The hc temptation is to say that the thepattern thepattern thepattern
pattern dosgns of these tho e houses housesstretching housesstretching housesstretching
stretching along some so e country road roadlike roadlike roadlike
like buttons on a a string will not be bemuch bemuch e emuch
much of an improvement over flats flatsThtjy flatThty flatsThey
They will willprovide provide the improvements improvementsof improvementsof
of a house hou e for each family of air airand airand I
and light and play space all about aboutof about aboutof I Iof
of sleeping rooms apart from the theliving theliving I Ililng
living rooms of room for the tam family tamily ¬
ily spirit to thrive One season sea on will willgive willgive
willi
give this concrete house its setting settingof
of ivy and geraniums and its set setting setting setting ¬ I
ting of climbing roses and oldfash oldfashioned oldfahioned ¬
ioned pinks The further develop development development development ¬
ment ment of f Mr Edisons plan so that thatthe thatthe I
I the molds can be set up u room by byroom byrooms i iroom
room rooms with variation in the eaves e es and andporches andporches I Iporches
porches will ill carry even individual individuality individualiLy ¬ i iity
ity into these more solid and safe safedwellings safedwellings
I dwellings dwellingsCuba dwellingsCuba I
1 I 1I
Cuba Is getting along al Jr She Is threat threatened threateseti t teJuMI ¬
ened with a general l strike ptrik AU she sheneeds sheneeds he heMd
Md needs new to take rank Among mon the thegreat thesr9tit thegreat
great nations Is a beef investigation investigationand JnVe InsetIgthzuul tptOft tptOftI tptOftft I
and ft d a war W warsoare warsoareDr f scare scareDr scareDr
Dr AVIley will be able to sympathize sympathizewith smp sympathizewith th1ze th1ze1th
with 1th some food manufaoturorsnow that
he has h been given a thick yoolen yoolensweater voolensWMter vooiensweater
sweater sweaterSome sWMterSome sweaterSome
Some one comes to the front with the theannouncement theannOUlcement theaflnouicement
announcement that John D is a baron boronand baronand baronand
and has two coats co ts of arms rm Well VeIl he
has retainers aplenty aplentyLieutenant aplentyLieutenant aplentyLieutenant
Lieutenant Governor Chanler wants
the he tarIff taken out of politics politi os The Themore Thomore Themore
more It stays JJtt s in politics the better it itought Itought Itought
ought to be for a man
who can talk talkas talkas i ias
as this gentleman g ntleman did down In Georgia GeorgiaThat GeDrgIaThat GeorgIaThat
That was another Daniel Danjelme
come me to toudginent
Judgment udginent who closed down Berlins
libel suit before the Kaiser was sub subpoehaed sub subpoohaed subpoonaed
poehaed poehaedThe poohaedlthe poonaedThe
The market for golf balls continues
firm wlthNipward wJth WIth1w upw rd tendencies tendenciesSmoker tendenQlasLoo tendanoigLoesi
Loo Loesi l bUShtss bodies bodies might set a
pointer by watching the St St Louis Bus
Incas Mens Club go after both pelltlost pelltlostconvontIons peiitoilconventions
conventions convontIonsSmokert conventionsmokerz
Smoker Smokert mokerz have been beenbrrj barred from
New Yorks automobile show Human I
or gasolene gasoleneThis gasolonoThis
i iThis
This is a field day in the theseason season of
higher education educationTHE educatI educatJnTHE n nTHE I
THE ENDSEAT NDSEATnot NDSEATnotThe BOG BOGThe I
The endseat endseatWe hu ijog 18 glued to the spo spor 1
We have tried to move him but wo
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cannot oannotlIe cannotHe I
lIe sits walks10 there and pe people ° pl ° over hIm hlmThey
walks walksThey walksThey
They say rijbve nOv over but there he
balks balksTl1 balksTile I ITHe
THe Tl1 old oh and erinnle < over him limb
But he sits there with Ith legs crossed and
reads The TImes TImegNot TImesNot TImeSNot
Not sealng or caring how others fare
He Ie has the th end sent and amlJsplng Is 1sgoing gelnff to toHorses tt
stay there thereHorses thereHorses
Horses and mules oannot Ofnnot drag him hImIt
away a j
Ho It te was n there here first and there he will
stay stayTo s sTo stayTo
To the end of othls his Journey journo be belt It near or
far farHg farn farlie
Hg n will Keep that end seat se t while on
the car carFor carPor carFor
For the comfort of f others he hasnt a
thought thoughtSuch thoughtSuch thoughtSuch
Such things 1 suppose he never was
taught taughtOh tnu tnughOh bt btOh
Oh i shame on the th e person e rson who ho sits like likea
a log I
And goes by the th name of endseat hog
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Brags on 4oFoot JumP JumPOn JunI JunIon
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Elizabeth Murray M u rr ay In InConvicts InConvicts InConvicts
Convicts Stripes Stripes Is IsClever IsClever IsClever
Clever Entertainer EntertainerBy
By the 3NDCFTHEWEEK NDCF THEWEEK CRITIC CRITICHow CRITICHv CRITICliGw
How moneykind baa 8 degenerated since sincethe sincethe Inee Ineethe
the specie began gtU to associate a soelatt with man mankind mntkhH1 mankindl ¬
kind I I saver fully realized this fact factuttUl factultU1 factuntil
until I went to Chases this weo wol oi Than ThanIt Th ThenIt n nJt
It struck m me all in a a heap for the th first nrscnumber firstnumbet firstnumber
number on the program pttgr m was Robartis Robartispcrformtng RoborUspcrtorintwg Robertispcrforintsg
pcrformtng menagerie mena orle Now Robert Robertisnt Robertiisnt BobortiIsnt
isnt much oh on the gab but he man managed managed managed ¬
aged to inform Iaf rm his audience that ze Z6letle zeleetle zelesLie
lesLie moMtkee mo Rkee > wheech I F hold In my myarms m marms utyarms
arms ez ae e only anemal that makes a adive adive
dive of tlrty or forty tort feet wizeout aid aidof aidof aidof
of a net nlft and presumably without the theaid Ut UtaM theaid
aid of a Oftt4derate nfederate though Roby for forgot torgot forgot ¬
got to say y so soNow soNow soNow
Now Just think of that Of course coumeit couneIt courseIt
it dee not occur to the mind to dispute disputethe dlsVutttth disputlbs
the th claims of Roberti for if on one ques questioned QU QUtI questioned ¬
tioned tI ned the claims cf vaudevllllans vaudevllllanswhere vaudelIllanswhere vaudeviilianswhoce
where would the t e pleasure of the pur purfcrmances ptKf perS perSfeinances
fcrmances f ftaftces be But its mighty hard on onhumanity onhumanity onhumanity
humanity to think that our antecedent antecedentecle anteco antecedentecie 1ent 1entrecle <
recle > ecle has degenerated to the stage stagewnere stageRere stagewacre
wnere Rere a a thirty rr r r forty foot jump taxes taxestho taxersUto taxesthe
the skill and the nerve of the jumper jumperwhereas jumperwhereas jumperwhereas
whereas before tho lays iny of Adam And Andeven andeven aiideven
even since slnc then I am told monkeys monkeyshaw monkeyshVIt monkeyshua
haw been known to spring from tree to totree lotr totree
tree tr and from lofty branches to the theground the70uud theground
ground
Let Vaudeville Soothe SootheBut SootheDut SootheBut
But let vaudeville soothe your aston astonishment astonishment astonIshtnent ¬
ishment with a a little music little music musicand IllUMeand musicand
and considerable costume The Bank BankKBrttazeale BankBritazeaJe BanksBreazeale
Brttazeale duo the second number on onthe onth onthe
the th program Togram Is discovered sawing sawingaway 811wlngaway sawingaway
away before efore a purple purpl fire Ycu may not notbelieve 110tballee notbelieve
believe me but the evidence Idencc Is there a apurplo aI apurple
purple I urplo fire It shows those costumes up upbeautifully upboautlfuUy upbeautifully
beautifully however and gives the de desired d dsired desired ¬
sired color to the t e music musicElizabeth musicElfzabet musicElizabeth
Elizabeth Murray as far as T t could couldjudge couldjudge couldjudge
judge is a a very estimable woman and andher antlher andtier
her voice was as pleasing ple 5lns so why should shouldsho shouldshe shouldshe
she as the third entertainer have been beenforced baenforced beenforced
forced to appear before tho audience In Ina Ina liia
a striped suit a regular convicts garb garbIt garbit rb1 rb1It
It was becoming however and the au audience audience autlieilce
dience welcomed thE sinner to the flock HockPaul flockPAul flockPaul
Paul Conchas Did youever youevtr you ever hear of ofhim o ohim
him Why hes the man who toU tolaNewark toUDoub toUDouble
Doub Double e Life LifeIls LifeIs
Ils UnlikellJ on onSlaWeek
SlaWeek SlaWeekNewark 1 a Week WeekNewark
Newark Judge JudgeNEWARK JudgeNEWARK JudgeNEVARl
NEWARK NEWARK NJ N J Oct 2SEvery 2 Every mar married marrIed marned ¬
ried couple must be interested In two twodecisions twodeclslons twodecIsions
Judge Howell at atthe atthe atthe
decisions rendered by
the first criminal coWt coWtFirst co1rtFirst coirtjrst
husbands simple simpleduty simpleduty
First jrst It Is ovary
duty to wash dishes in his hl household householdt
t needs be But that duty Is not cumu cumulative cumulattve ¬
lative if his wife carefuly collects the thedishes thedishes
dishes at their three dally meals and a d de demands de demands demands ¬
mands that he wash them themi he Is per perfectly pertectly perfectly ¬
fectly rIght to refuse to do so soieeofld p pSecond OSecond
Second If a husband cams 35 5 a aweek aweelt aweek
week and gives 34 to his wife each week weekhe weekhe weekhe
he should be free front her suspicion suspicionthat suspicionthat supc1onthat
that he Is leading a double life lifeThesa lIfoThGS lifeTIIehiI
Thesa decisions were randored by byJudge byJudge
Judge Howell owelI when Mrs Harry Luck Luckwood Luckwood Luckwood
wood charged her husband with having llavlngstruct havingstruck havingstruck
struck her herI herux herconfess
ux I confess that I lest my temper tcmp r your yourItocor yourltcor yourhonor
honor but It was under Intense provo provocation provooatlon proveoation ¬
cation concluded conclud d Luckwood She Shept Shekpt Shelcjpt
kpt pt the dishes used at breakfast dln dln4Jir dlnn1 dinnr
n1 nr 4Jir r and supper ono day and told me meto mei meto
to i wash them When hen I refused she up upset upset upset ¬
set the table and am started to ihrow the thedishes thec1lsheJ thedishes
dishes at me I had to defend myself myselfMy my myselfMy e1r e1rU
U My y salary salary Is 3 3 35 a week V ck I have ttnVIway al always always ¬
ways given 4 34 a weOk to my wife keep keeplag ke keeplug p pmg
lag I 1 for my laundry and tobacco Yot Yotmy Yotmy Yetmy
my wife wIt Is very Jealous of a a woman womanalthough womanIllthough womanalthough
although I dont know bow she fiGUresthat figures figuresthat figuresthat
that I can lavish gifts on any other otherwoman oUltrman otherwoman
woman man out of my U 1 a week weekcr or r the thechange thochanJc thechange
change from it It 1t88i5
88i5
Bill the Kaiser that the whole German Germansystem Germanarmy Germanarmy
army Is belB opertd Oft the wrong wrongSlIttm wrongsystem
system Bill BUI said Paul taw business businessOf bu businessof lness lnessf
Of f oomp compulsory tl ory military service is all allwrong allwronc allwro
wrong wro You Y are lu just t wasting WIUI g a whole wholelot whelot WIlSISlot
lot ef rations feeding < men who have no noiHislneee noHeineN nobU8iflSSR
iHislneee being soldiers IiJOldl rs Let all these theseyoung the8 the8young theseyoung
young fellows unlike me out out Have a alaugh apicked apicked
picked Cfrps of athletes like Ours trulYr truly trulyaad
alNl then It 8 war should come we wlh wlhlaugh wili wililaugh
laugh in UM taM of the enemy When Whenever Whenever Vhenever ¬
ever there t r6 is a bit 1 of cannonading a nno dlng going goingon goingon goingon
< on well just turn our > ur backs to the theenemy theenemy j jenemy
enemy Dont misunderstand fI1i LItdertAJ1d mo Bill Billnot BtUnot Billnot
not to run away awa you understand but butWhereupon butjuat butjust
just to allOw Ilow the dinky little Iron pms pmsbounce pillsbounce
bounce oK our InQUWent thltI thltIW thIy thIyWhereupon
Whereupon W ereupon Paul did before the Kaiser KaiserI Kaiserthe r rtbe
I the stunt which hlch he has been repeating repeatingat
at Chases C 8 this week and which has hasealled basealled hasealled
ealled forth salvos Mlv yes salvos Is a agood agood ag
good g wnrd to use in this connection of ofapplause ofpplaU84 ofapplause
applause from the audience alldl audieaeeBill nee neeBill j jthis
Bill the Kill er has kept the plan lan ot otthis ofthis
this reorganization of the German army annya j ja
a la Conchas a secret Other nations nationsof
of the earth still believe that every everyyoung everyong everyyoung
young ong German will have to t continue to toperform toperform toperform
perform military service but take It Itsince Ittrom itfront
front me aU au this I Is going to be changed changedstRee changedsince
since Paul Conchas told the Kaiser Kaiserwhat Kalselwhat Kaiserwhat
what waft wa what in army athletes and andhereafter andhereaIter andhereafter
hereafter only those young men who whorow whorow whorow
row play football and fence for sport sportwill sportwill sportwill
will be required requlr to play the war game gameThis gameThis
This is stated tated on the highest authority authoritywhich authoritywhich authoritywhich
which for obvious reasons cannot be bedivulged bedlvuled bedivulged
divulged at this thl time but if the reader readerwill j jwill
will 111 look at the vaudeville program the thenext theBext thenext
next tlm tl he e is at Chases Ch hses 8 some light lightmay lightmay lightmay
may be thrown upon th the subject subjectSpeaking subjectSpeaking subjectSpeakIng
Speaking of Conchas those certainly certainlyare certainlyare certainlyare
are powerful po wtrf ul call boys at Chases ChasesThes Chases1he ChasesThese
These 1he e two boys with one Hand each eachstrength eachugsed eachuiggcd
ugsed oft the stage talf that enormous onormousMUd enormoussmid
MUd steel s1e11 whICh took aU the theItrength thestrength
strength of th the great Conch himself hlmsolfto
to lift
Needed Dictionary DictionaryI Dicti nary naryI
I am net going t te mention m RtIOft any ny names namesbut namesbut namesbut
but the yeung n man Vn who sang Graduh uGraduhtude Graduhlude Gradnhtude
tude yesterday terday needs a dictionary dictionaryabout dlctlonarabout dictionaryabout
about as 8 badly aa he needs a voice olee He Hehovered Heoovend Hebevered
hovered arbund middle C making a anoise anoise anoise
noise like a a man who was trying to tosing tosing tosing
sing at least I have strong suspicions suspicionsthat suspclonsthat suspcionsthat
that that was what hd h was trying to do doHe doHe doHe
He had two strlnWng looking feminine feminineassistants feminineassistants feminineassistants
assistants In brown green and black blackvelvet blaokelvet blackvelvet
velvet elvet consecutively whose very er evi evident 6vIdenteorporeal ovident ¬
dent denteorporeal corporeal presence helped some someWlnsor IiOmeVlnsor someWinsor
Wlnsor McCoy cartoonist made his hismark hismark hismark
mark which Is necessary is order for forhim torhim forhim
him to draw down his weekly stipend stipendThe stipendThe stipendThe
The signature had as witnesses the en entertained entertalned entertalned ¬
tertalned audience Any time he wants wantsto wantsto wantsto
to sign for money I will gladly act ct as aswitness aswitness aswitness
witness again for It is one of the best bestfeatures beatfeatures bestfeatures
features en the circuit circuitClayton circuitCloyton circuitClayton
Clayton White and Marie Stuart ap appeared app appeered ¬
peered p Ared In a sidesplitting playlet entitled entitledCherrle cptltIedChenI entitledCherrie
Cherrle They call It that from the thecolor theI thelor
I color lor of the plush sown RO which Marie Mariewears MarIewears Mariewears
wears wearsBe wearsI wearsBe
I Be Real Gentlemen GentlemenNo GentlemenNo
No Matter How Hard HardWhen HardWhen HardWhen
When Girls Are Here HereYale HerYal
Yale Yal News NewsNBXV NewsNmW NewsI NewsNW
I
NBXV HAVEN R VElN Conn Oct O t 26 26Be 26Because 2Because Be Because ¬
cause of the influence of girl delegates delegatesfrom delegatestrom delegatesfrom
from Smith College C llege Mt t Holyoke and andother andiJther andother
other sister institutions to attend the thefirst thefirst thefirst
first womens mIssionary conference the theYale theYale j jYale
Yale Dally Dall News warned the home stuj stu students students
dents to behave In the following stern sterneditorial sternI sterneditorial
I editorial editorialI editorialThe j
I The appearance on the campus of a af adred I
f u dred of the feminine sex Is h likely
I 0 i ause somewhat of a flurry among amongEN amongcer I Iceri
ceri cer EN In members of the university and andthe andnil andtemptation
the temptation to acknowledge their theirpresence theirpl theirpresence
presence pl 3enCe will probably prob bly be great greatIt greatUIt greatIt
UIt It Is to be hoped however that our ouroverenthuslasUc ouroverenthusiastic I Ioverenthusiastic
overenthusiastic brother students will1 will1spare will wll1spare willspare
spare the young oung ladles some embarrass embarrassment embarrassI embaryassinent ¬
ment by restraining r8Btraln Ing their th lr feelings and andassuming andassumIng andassuming
I assuming the dignity befitting a man manand manand manand
and a gentleman gentlemanMRS gentlemanII gentlemanMRS
MRS GOULD LOSESS LOSESSCOURT LOSE LOSECOURT LOSECOURT
II COURT WITH WITHHUSBAND WITHHUSBANDI HUSBAND HUSBANDNEW
I NEW YORK Oct 26 26Mrs Mrs Katherine KatherlneClements KatherineI KatherineClements
Clements Gould ha haq < suffered a setback setbackin
I in her suit for a noqaratlon 1 narntlon from her herhusband herhusband herhusband
husband Howard C c Cu1d tuld < > uld in a decision decisionhanded decisionI decisionhanded
handed down by tho appellate division divisionof
I of the supreme 5U1JremCco cont t affirming afl1rmln a a deci decision declby dcclaba ¬
aba by Supreme Court ourt Justice McCall McCallstriking McCallsfrlking McCallstriking
striking out certain passages In l Mrs MrsGoulds MrsG MrsGoulds
Goulds G ulds complaint complaintThese complaintJhese complaintThese
These passages 1as agtg related to charges chnrgesby chnrgesbyMrs by byMrs byMrs
Mrs Gould about her husband hu husband bad and other otherwomen otherwomen otherwomen
women and that lie ordered the super superintendent superintendert r rIntendant ¬
intendent of hig estate to open her moll mollJustice mallJUStiCe maIlJustice
Justice McCall ruled ft t d that these the o mat matters m mattom t tters ¬
ters were not proDerly Included in a asuit n ni asuit
i suit for separation and could only be bemade bemade bemade
made use u c of to Jl a suit for divorce
GERMAN ELOPERS ELOPERSFAIL ELOPERSFAIL
FAIL TO TOBureau APPEAL APPEALBureau APPEALBureau
Bureau of Immigration Will WiillNot W WillNot ll llNot
Not Interfere With De Deportation Deportation Deportation ¬
portation Order OrderNo
No notion will be b taken by the Bureau BureauOf Bureaut Bureauof
Of t Immigration Imml t1 tJon at Was Washington ngt4m in at atdeportation the Utajap thedapprtatiy
jap deportation rtaU6rl ettse OttS of Mrs Vlizabeih VlizabeihH Uzab8llh Uzab8llhLI itzabtkfleece
H fleece Ul e and Huns Naehligall who sloped slopedfrom < ekipetifrom J1 J1tram
from Bremen and reaabed Baltimore Baltimoreyesterday Ballhnureyesterday Baltimoreyesterday
yesterday unless unle an appeal Is taken takenagainst takenB takenagainst
against B 1Jnst the order of the Baltimore tat IntTnlgraUoa 11mlifraUon tatmigraUon
TnlgraUoa authorities for their return returnto returftto returntoGermany
to toGermany Germany on the same steamer wmoh wmohbrought wh4obbrought 1Iiok 1Iiokbrought
brought them to the United States StatesThey Statetihey StatesThey
They were roL permitted to land In InBtiithnore inBr ittBriitftnore
Btiithnore Br tIonore yesterday but were com compolled co costpelled t tP
polled P l16d to remain aboard the staanuhtp staanuhtpRheln steam steanihtpRhoin htJ9 htJ9RheIn
Rheln Commissioner Comml sloner Sargent of the theBureau theIhlreau thelinrean
Bureau of Immigration said this morn morning mantJng mornlag ¬
lag that should an appeal be taken the theI tit titoa theease
I case oa o will UJ be reported to Washington Wa hlftgA1I fee tordisposition rerdls feedisposition
disposition dispositionMrs dls dispositionMrs Osltlon OsltlonMrs
Mrs House IIe se left her husband in Berlin Berlinto BerHnto Berlinto
to run away with young uunC Naehtlgall Naehtlgallwho Naeht1pUwho Naehtigaliwho
who is fourteen years ears her junior On Onthe Utltht tnttime
the steamer coming over the paMcn paMcngcrs aagcrs psaicagers
gcrs generaly regarded them t tjiem em as mother motherand mvthaand motherand
and son When Mrs Reese reached reachedBjtlUmoro reachcdItsitimoro
BjtlUmoro 1 IUmoro she received a cabie from hwr hwrhusband h husband harhusband <
husband usband begging her to return and andpromising andpromtsln andpromising
promising absolute bsol forglveneee forgiven Mrs Al18Hc Mrsilease MraHcs
Hcs Hc ilease ee e however declared dcclandJlt if she IB sent sentback Mutback semitback
back she h wilt not reach Germany armanr alive aliveThe altVHIhe aliveThe
The friendship between Mrs Hce 1It 1Itard lIceacand Hceand
and young oung Nachtigall who 110 tc j jest JtHIttwentyone jesttwentyone et ettwentyone
twentyone began eleven years eara ago lie liewas liewas Hewas
was a constant visitor at the lieu lieuhome l lhome Jiesse Jiessemime
home and was considered one of the thehusband thehusbandlI thehusbands
husband husbands best friends Hesae is forty fortyone I01Lync fortyone
one nc years e1 old old according to hi hla YrlfL YrlfLtnd wirt wirtend Iro Irottnd
end their married life was not hapv ha1JSy ha1JSyXschUl1 hapyNeebtigali y
Nachtigall who resigned from from the anny armya
a year ear ago bad trouble with his father fatherand t fatheranti t r ranO
and the ojpment was wa planned plannedThe plannedThe plannedThe
The oorple first went to Switzerland Switzerlandbut SwttzerJencbut Switzerlandbut
but later determined to come to Amar Amarioa AniorIoa MW
ioa toe It was as their Intention to go to St StLouis StLouis StLouis
Louis but subsequently they chtuiged C1Hulretltbetr chessedtheir chtuigedtbair
their minds and were ere beund for Cleve Cleveland Clc Cleveland e ehmd ¬
land whin wh n the immigration oCfldmia oCfldmiaat utJ1elalat
at Baltlmoii prohibited them from fromlanding fromndlng troutlanding
landing ndlng The law WIder which this ac action acUnn actien ¬
tion wai 1 taken was aM that which cover covertne covuUte coversthe
Ute oasuR of peru pcracns k ns believed to be betntn a amenace amenace
menace tntn to public morale moraleHELD JnoraJHELD moralsHELD
HELD FOR ROBBING ROeiGBronze ROBBINGijUALTROUBH ROBBINGQUALTROUGHHOUSE
ijUALTROUBH QUALTROUGHHOUSE QUALTROUGHHOUSEBronze HOUSE HOUSEBronze
Bronze Statue Recovered RecoveredFrom REcoveredFrom RecoveredFrom
From Junk Junk Dealer in inAlexandria inAlexandria inAlexandria
Alexandria AlexandriaWhile
While the po p ae still assert aa that the therobbery therobbery therobbery
robbery of the residence r at 3MI F street streetaorthwest tBOrth streetnorthwest
northwest BOrth west Is only b an 11 ordinary vaoam YMN Ithouse Yaeantbees vaoamhouse
house bees job and feat the loot obtained by bythe bythe
the 01 thief consisted of ptemMng pI fixtures axt axtand naturesapd fixturesand
and the like 1Iko every effort has ben made madeto JMdete nisdeto
to recover r ec the property and aMthe apprehend apprehendthe apprhesdthe
the thief thiefThe tltlefTIM thiefThe
The attitude of the poUoe M nae lent t an anair asair
1 air of mystery to the robbery reh ry The Thehouse Thehouse
I house Is owned by Mrs Yr Bdward ilwar F FQualtrough PI PII FQualtrough
Qualtrough wife of orcmlftllBder Commander Qtw1 Qtw1trough QItrouKh Queltrough
I trough U S N and wa was formerly oc occupied oej o oetpied ¬
cupied by Assistant Secretary S retAt1 of State StateFierce StateI StatePierce
I Fierce It has aas been vacant for the lest lestyear lsstyear t i
year yearDetectives iII
I Detectives Bar1tee Bar bee and V VmUlIoa rmHllo ar arrested rI arrested ¬ II III
rested Charles harles Walton twentyeight twentyeightyears twentyeightyearn 1 1years
I years old yesterday in a Junk shop In InAlexandria IIIAlexandrl InAlexandria
Alexandria Walton had sold one of t the thehandsome thehandsenle I
I handsome bronze statues taken from the theresidence there theresidence
residence re ldence to the junk dealer for 1201 120 120It l2OIt
i It Is valued by Mrs Qualtrough at DOG JKKIWalton DOGWalton I IWalton
Walton made arrangements to return returnwith returnwith 1 1rJth
with rJth more more of the loot yesterday and andwhen aJHlj andWhOU
when he tnt ut In his appearance the de deteetlvos de deteeUvos dotecUvea
teetlvos vee cere ere waltine Walton had a aquantity aquantity aquantity
quantity of mutilated brona bron and pewter pewterornfrnents pewterornnmet1t pewteromitnetts
ornfrnents He was brought to this thl city cityand cityand i iand
and the police say he has made a a con confession eontesalen confession ¬
fession fessionHe fessionHe 1
He was locked up on a charge of ofgrand o ofgrand
grand larceny ktrcenyTHAW JarcnyTHAWS larcenyTHA8 I
THAW THAWS S JAIL FRIENDWHIPPED FRIE FRIED1PPED FRIEND FRIENDWHIPPED
WHIPPED D1PPED BY KEEPER KEEPERNEW
NEW YORK Oct 26Acou 26Acoused 26 Accused ed of as assaulting assaulting j jsauUing
saulting a prisoner In the t e Tombs John JohnMcPartland JoknMcPartland JohnMcPardand
McPartland a a keeper ws wa Ais usended usendedad ended endedand ed edaM
and only escaped OS arrest arr st on 1 a oharge of ofassault ofAssault ofassault
assault Assault because he had removed from fromhis tromhis fromhis
his former tonn ormor r residence In Brooklyn BrooklynAmong B BrooklynAmong kJyn kJynAmong
Among the men In the Tombs accused accusedof accusedof accusedof
of murder is Anthony Bones who has hasbeen aubeen hasbeen
been there for several months and who whoalways whoalways whoalways
always has made a a third hand when whenHarry whenHarry whe wheHarry
Harry K Thaw and Rffaelo Ra1a l Caseone Caseonechose Caseonechose fte ftechose
chose to j play > lay handball in the prison prisonyard pri prisonyard en enyard
yard yardHe yardHe yardHe
He told Warden Flynn that he was wasIn W8In wasin
In his cell when about 9 oclock the theprisoner theprlsonor theprisoner
prisoner In the next cell tapped on the thewall thewall thewall
wall a signal that he wished to com communicate communicate cornmunicate ¬
municate with the man in the cell onthe on onthe onthe
the other side Of r Bones Immediately Immediatelyaccording Immediatelyaccording Immediatelyaccording
according to his story McPartland l ParUaltd ap appeared ap appoared appoared ¬
poared and opened the door to his cell collBones cellBones cellBones
Bones said the keeper kN per pulled him out outhit outhit outhit
hit him on the hood with a bunch of ofheavy ofheavy ofheavy
heavy keys beat t him with a black blackjack blackjaok blackjack ¬
jack and then taking him to a bath bathroom bathroom bathroom ¬
room at the end of th th4 < tier locked him himthere himthore himthere
there for the rest of ths th night nightMEADE nightMEADE nightMEADE
MEADE NEGLECTED NEGLECTEDWRITER NEGLECTEDWRITER
WRITER TO TIMES SAYS SAYSTo
To the Editor of The Washington Times TimesBefore Time TimeBefore TimesBefore =
Before going outside of the loyal loyalsoldiery loyalsoldl loyalsoldiery
soldiery soldl ry for an exhibition of gush gushwould gushwould gushwould
would it not be proper to remember rememberMeade rememberMeadewho rememberMeadewho
Meade Meadewho who held high rank before the thecivil thec1yU thecivIl
civil war and served s red In Mexico His Hisduties HIsduties Hisduties
duties with the army were most trying tryingGoing tryingGoing tryingGoing
Going down mangled In the terrific terrificbattle terrificbattle terrificbattle
battle of Charles City crossroads with withwounds wIthwounds withwounds
wounds still open he led his Pennsyl Pennsylvanlans Pennsylvanians Penneylvantans
vanlans at Antletam won praise at atFredericksburg atFre atFredericksburg
Fredericksburg Fre erlcksburg took the army under underadverse un uneradverse er eradverse
adverse circumstances and by his cool coolness 0001nesS coolnesS ¬
ness won the battle of Gettysburg
Then with his depleted army and by
forced marches he saved the Capital CapitalReturning CapitalReturning CapitalReturning
Returning he captured the lines of the
Rappahannock and drove Lee across acrossthe acrosstht acrossthe
the Rapidon Who has ever heard
Meade lauded He has no monument monumentIn
In the city he saved The dealers In Ingush Ingush Ingush
gush have passed assed him by byJAMES b bJAltES byJAMES
JAMES H L REA REAGEN REAGEN REAGEN
GEN BOOTH STARTS EAST EASTAGED EASTAGED EASTAGED
AGED LEADER LEADERFEELS FEELS BETTER BETTERCOLUMBUS BETTERCOLUMBUS BETTERCOLUMBUS
COLUMBUS Ohio Oct MGen Wil Wi Wi11am ¬
liam Booth of the Savatlon Snvatlot Army Armyspent Annyspent Armyspent
spent last night quietly at his hotel and andwas andwas andwas
was feeling much better today The Thegeneral TheItcneral Thegeneral
general and his staff left l n Columbus to today today today ¬
day day for P PLt8burg tsburg His route from there therewill therewill I Iwill
will tak take > him to Washington BaIt Baltimore Ba1tIj BaItmorn ¬
I more Philadelnhlo and New York i
I
i
The Baker Taylor Company an announces announoes announoos ¬
nounces a series of books to be known knownas
as the Childs Guide Series Serl Several sub subjects subjects subjects ¬
jects have been arranged for The InlUal initialvolume InlUalblume inlUalvblunie
volume will be by Charles H Caffln au author lUtl10r author < ¬
thor of Howto How to Study Pictures It Itwjll ItwUI itwIll
wIll be known fts The Chills ChU i Guide to toPJetaroB toPfeturo toPoturos
PJetaroB Mary E Burt editor of ofPoem ofPoem otPoems
Poems Poem Every Child Should Know now is ispreparing 13Kpar1ng Ispreparing
preparing a Childs Guide of Mytnol Mytnolagy 1rIytholagy Mytholagy
agy agy for early publication aim Edwin Edwinand Edwinand Edwinand
and Catherine Markham ukham will prepare prepareChilds a aChilds aChiids
Childs Guide to Biography Trs Trsseries Tt TIaseries a arle
series rle alms to b be mechanically attrac attractive att1oUo attractivo ¬
tive Uo exceptionally exce tlonally well ell printad fJrln r1ntad on good goodpaper goopaper goodpaper
paper well illustrated and bound in ac accordance acoordance anoordance ¬
oordance with the more important rec recommendations recommendations recommnendations ¬
ommendations c Gi the American Library LibraryAssociation LIbraryA LibraryAssociation
Association A It is expected that the first fi firstroiUme t tolume
Volume olume will be issued in February FebruaryAn EebruaryAn FebruaryAn
An Irish I sh HajL HajLHaji HajLajl HaJLBaji
Haji ajl A Browne wh whose < H beck on onBonaparte onBonaparte
Bonaparte in Egypt and the Egyptians Egyptiansef I
ef Today has just been Imported by bythe bythe bythe
the Scrlbners died on the eve of it itpublication Itt Ittpubl1 itspubiIsation
publication publ1 Uon Ho had an unusual career careerThis careerTbl careerThis
This Tbl adventurotn adenturo Irishman was the theonly theonly theonly
only man from rein the British Islands who whoever whoev witoever
ever ev r saw the throne of the Caliph CaliphHarouu C CaliphHaronu lJph lJphHIUOhl
Harouu AIRaccIiid In the temple at atM AtM atMisiliocl
Misiliocl M aiitKl h IDgulsed Disguised as a Turk Turk he made madetMi tnftdtth madethe
the th pilgrimage ptl rlm8g to Mecca as r Mahom Mahometan Mahomelan Mahometan ¬
etan among Mahometans it was as thus thusEgypt thus1hat thusthat
that he got his title ot l Hail He knew kmnvEgypt knewEgypt
Egypt welL TLe spirit of his book may maybe IUa IUab maybe
be inferred from this not notJ in b the thepreface thePftafac thepreface
PftafacFor prefaceFor preface prefaceFor
For over thirty years cars I have given givenof glvtnof
of 0 all I have had to give for the pro promotion promotlun promotion ¬
motion of two objects obJectsftrlJt nrat that Pan PanIlaiatstn panItNaml81n panIsiamism
Ilaiatstn Which 1 I conceive to be the tnetru Ulelrue thetrue
tru true interest Inter tft of the Islamic World a afit afit1eeucdlY auduecocdly d dsecondly
secondly the development of friendly friendlyrelations friendlY1eItllJnS friendlyreiations
relations between btflwu n the Moslems of the theE theEat theEaat
E Eat t and the British empire empireIn empireIn empireIn
In the book he gives an exceptionally exceptionallyuloar exoeptionaUyIGtlr
uloar IGtlr Idea ot o Egypt and the Kgyptlans KgyptlansMr lyptlansMr trYltllUSMr
Mr Cannon bnd nd Japan JapanMasujf JapanMuuJI JapanMasuji
Masujf Miyakawa whose book Life Lifeof Liteot Lifeof
of Japan was published this month monthtoy month1fy monthby
toy the Baker Taylor Company was wascuriously wascuriously es esCUrlOtudy
curiously enough the attorney for the theJapanese theJapaneee theJapanese
Japanese schout children who had been beenexpelled beenexpelled beenexpelled
expelled from from the public ubUc schools of SOB SOBFrancisco SplrAnclllCO StnFrancisco
Francisco There is a certain curious curioussignificance curiousIgnlftcance curioussIgnificance
significance In now finding his Life of ofJapan otJapan ofJapan
Japan so evidently Inspired by a afrteMdimass afri84Unesstor afriendliness
friendliness fri84Unesstor fOr things American and ox expressing oxpre oxpressing ¬
pressing pre 1ngso so great a debt to gratitude gratitudetoward gratitudeon
011 the part ot the enlhltte enlightened edJapanese edJapanesetoward Japanese Japanesetoward
toward this country countrywritten The book IS ably ably1rlUen ablywritten
written and may in point of fact fact be becalled beca11ed becalled
called special lIPec specIm t pleading In favor of a agreater agreater agreater
greater friendship dend hlp between the two twocountries twoCOUlltrle twocountries
countries The Th author has received r ved the thefollowing thefolloWing thefollowing
following interesting letter which whichspeak whichspeau whichspeaks
speak for itself itselfI
I have read with great Interest t your yearbook yourbook yourbook
book Life of Japan JapanI
1 hope it will be read generally generallyJapanese generalIYthroughout generallythroughout
throughout the country as I feel sure sureit suret
it t will ill tend to give the people of the theUnited
United States a true conception ot the theJapaneH theJapanese I
Japanese his hi civilization and character characterSuch characterSeck characterSack
Such kaoitfedgd cannot fall but promote promotefriendship promotefriendship promotefriendship
friendship between the two nations and andremit andIn andresult
remit in mtfal profit profitI
I am wth respect etc etc Yours truly trulyJOSEPH trulyJOSEPH trulyJOSEPH
JOSEPH G CANNON CANNONa CA CANNONSpejcer ON ONr
Spejcer = a aker r of the House of Bepresenta RepresenteKJI RepresentaMaijl
86 86Mawjjl
Mawjjl Miyakawa MiyakawaWashington MhakawaWatlbiagton MlyakawaWashington
Washington D C CThe C CThe CThe
The Transition in Louisiana LouisianaWhen Lousianav Lousianswileit
When v en Louisiana was oododrto coded ceded fto to Spain Spainin SpainIn Spainin
in 1719 the colonists were in despair despairaad despairand r rand
and still U11 more so after their futile but butnoble butnoI butnoble
noble noI le revolution The rule of the Span Spaniards SpanIards Spanlards ¬
iards subsequently became mild how however boweverand however ¬
everand ever and the Lonisianlans were happy happyunder happyunder happyunder
under the domination of the King of ofSpain ofSpain ofSpain
Spain In iMi IIt 1 the colony colon was ceded cededback cededback eded ededback
back to France only to be surrendered surrenderedto
to the United State In 1863 While bile the thepurchase thepurchace thepurchase
purchase was a3 one of the wisest t deeds deedsof deedsot deedsof
of Je Jeerson erson and most fortunate for the theLoulvantans theLoul theLouianians
Loulvantans Loul anlanl they did not take kindly kindlyto klndl klndlfo kindlyto
to the new government A period of ofunrest ofunreet ofunrest
unrest and threatening intrigues en the thepart thepart thepart
part of the foreign element followed followedand followedand foliowedand
and it is I in this interestingly transitory transitoryperiod transitoryperiod transitoryperiod
period of Louisianas history that Ed Edward Edward Edward ¬
ward Childs Carpenter has laid the plot plotof plotoC plotof
of hie new romance The Code of Vic Victor Victor Vietoe ¬
tor JaJlot which whl has Just appeared appearedfrom appearedtroM appearedcorn
from corn he house ef George W Jacobs JacobsSt JacobsCo JacobsCe
St Co CoRhyme CoRhYJlc CeRhyme
Rhyme RhYJlc for Fat Children ChildrenJohn ChildrenJohn ChildrenJohn
John and ROle Carpenter have pro produced protlueed produced ¬
duced Improving Songs for Anxious AnxiousChlMrgn AnxlousChlkl AnxiousChiMtSn
ChlMrgn Chlkl to be published by A A C CMcCIurg C CMcClurg CMcCiurg
McCIurg Co on October 5 It will bo bon boan bean
an n oblong folio uniform with When WhenLittle VhenLittin hen henLlttlf
Little Boys Sing illustrated In color colorquaintly 00101qualnfly colorquaimvly
quaintly and oldfashlonedly with withmerry withmerry withmerry
merry words and melodies which w lch are aregood aregood aregood
good music as well as engaging to the theear theear theear
ear of little people peopleAn peopleAn peopleAn
An adult who has suffered In earlier earlierdays earUerdays eerierdays
days of girth too great for his height heightwill heightwtu heightwill
will approbate one one of the lyrics which whichruns whichruns bleb blebluns
runs as follows followsAlas followsAlas followsAlas
Alas I m m a heavy child childA ohlldA childA
A very heavy onl onlI one oniI oneI
I cannot do tne fearful things thingsThat thingsThat thingsThat
That other boys have done doneI
I try to capor on the green greenI
I try to skip and run runBut runBut runBut
But all my IIJv an buttons they burst off offAnd otAnd offAnd I
And malcp maKp my clothes undone undoneIt undoneIt undoneIt
It Is a very sad sad thing thingTo th thingTo g gTob
To Tob be so fat a child childTo childTo childTo
To have to merely sit about aboutAnd aboulAnd aboutAnd
And yet to feel quite wild wildIt wlltlIt wildIt
It Is accompanied wlth appropriate appropriatemusic appropriatemusic appropriatemusic
music quite the heaviest In the book bookand bookand bookand
and with sympathetic illustrations In Incolor Incolor incolor
color colorNew colorNow colorNew
New Macmillan Books BooksThe BooksTho BooksThe
The Macmillan Company Is publish publishing publhshing publishIng ¬
ing this woolc the following new books booksArethusa booksArethusa booksArethusa
Arethusa by F Marlon Crawford CrawfordThe Crawfordrhe CrawfordThe
The Crucible by Mark Lee Luther LulherComrade LutherComrade Luther1Comrade
Comrade John by Samuel Snmu l Merwin Merwinand Merwinared Merwmand
and H K K Webster Ninas Career Careerby Clrecrby Onreerby
by Christina Gowans Whyte The TheGentlest Thent1est TitoGentlest
Gentlest nt1est Art by E V Lucas The TheModern TheJtodem TheModem
I Modern Readers Rea ers Bible Bible onevolume onevolumeedition one onevolumeedition oIU1re oIU1reedition
edition edited by Prof R R G Moulton MoultonSpecfanona MoultonSpecwonlJ MoultonSpecimona
Specfanona of Modern English Liter Literary Litary Litersty ¬
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Brewster New Arithmetic Two TwoBooks TwoDOOks TwoBooks
Books by Messrs Hopkins and Un Underwood Uudlrwood Underwool ¬
derwood British PrLUs State Telegraphs Telegraphsby T IographJ IographJby
by Prof Hugo R R Meyer and a new newedition newdltton newedition
edition of W V S S Hitrwoods New NewCreations NewCreations NewCreations
Creations In Plant > Innt Life LifeThe LtfeThe LifeThe
The Chemistry of Toxins ToxinsProf Toxi1sProf ToxinsProf
Prof Svante Arrhenlus the dim distinguished diE diEtingulshed dimtinguished ¬
tinguished physical chemist of Sweden Swedeni Swedenth
i is the th author of a a work with the strik striking strlkIns striking ¬
ing title Immunochemistry which whichhas whichhas whichhas
has just been published by the Mac Macxrlllan Macmillan Macmillari
xrlllan Company Although this book bookmakes bookmnkes booknuthes
makes Its appeal primarily to scientists scientiststho scIentiststho scIentiststhe
tho subject discussed is ono In I which whichfts whichit whichat
fts the present pres Jnt < time Um there Is a n very verygeneral verygeneral er ergcmeral
general Interest The subtitle makes makesclearer makeSclparcr makesclearer
clearer the scope of th the work The TheApplication TheApplication TheApplication
Application of the Principles of Physi Physical Ph Physical > sl slcal ¬
cal Chemistry to the Study of the thelogical Blo Bloleglcal Blolcgical
logical Antibodies AntibodiesProf AntibodiesProto AntibodiesProf
Prof Arrhenlus is one of tile foremost foremostadvocates foremostadvocatws foremostadvocates
advocates of 0 the theory now widely ac accepted ac accepted nocepted ¬
cepted that the reciprocal action of oftoxin ottcixin oftoxin
toxin aid antitoxin Is of the same same na nature nature nature ¬
ture as a r chemical reaction in opposi opposition opposition oppositlOn ¬
tion to the view vl w of Metschuiicoff hatthe hat hatthe hatthe
the effect of an antitoxin Is chiefly chieflyphyslolograal chieflylhyslolo chieflyphysiologvtl
physlolograal lhyslolo tI the t 1e antitoxin being sup supposed sup8ed supposed ¬
posed > 8ed to stimulate In some way the or organic organic orgarlc ¬
ganic tisues in their struggle against againstthe againstthe againstthe
the attack of the poison The author authortakes authorkes authortakes
takes kes up U in turn the various poisons poisonsfrr poisonster poisonsfcr
frr which wblchantltoxlnn antitoxins have been discov discovered diacoycrud ¬
credo eremlnlnff Inln in detail Ue effect of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the chemical reactions set up by the theantibodies theantibodies theantibodies
antibodies and in more thoroughgoing
fashion than has I Itor
any other Investiga Investigator ¬
tor The results re ults of the theft thefttloris l invest4ja invest4jations v vtioris
tioris in the form of mattm ma mathnsutnl r
formulae afford a most pennsit com comdemonstration 6
demonstration of the tt truth truththeory re es < the Uletheory thetheory
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explains that this collection eoU eUOIl of letters lettersdaes IeU8I8dJe5 1ttsdate
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throw up your hands and enelate enelatewhy c cWhy eacIa4uiWtmy
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of letters The little book Se admirably
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A Successful Roosevelt Life LifeJames LifeJameJ LifeJamea
James Morgans organs Thedor RooeeveHl RooeeveHlTho Roo RooevtiThe ev ltJ ltJTho
Tho Boy and the Man Ia1 went into a asecond a2econd asecond
second edition within a few days after afterits attuIts afterits
its publication and the amount am HJftt < of octentlon at attention attention ¬
tention it is J receiving r in the twp aprs r in ¬
dicates dicf that it Is likely to rank In popu ¬
larity with the best novels of i the t e eon sea season season ¬
son on Apparently Mr Morgan X rgaa has liasachieved hasachieved
achieved the difficult task of wridag
a life of the President that does full
justice to his remarkable and pfot pIotmo r
asque qualities without becoming ofw ef
fensivoly eulogistic The New 1orlc
Times calls it an n Ideal biography biographyThe biographyI biographyThe
I The Story of Magda MagdaMogda Magda1fngda MagdaMagda
Mogda Queen of of Sheba Shebalated was trans transjlated tra1l11ated
jlated lated Into French from the original oo1gj a1 a1I
I Obese the language of the Ethiopian EthiopianI XthIplanrlests thispiaupriests
I priests rlests by Hugues Le Reur Reux member of e
I the Academe cademe de Belleslettres aDd an anfrom ad adfrom
from the French Into Bngllsh ngftsh h by Mrs
John Van Vorst with an mtrodyetfoa nitroduetJo nitroduetJoespecially
especially prepared for tab edition by
Hugues LA Roux KouxThe RouxThe
The story is that of the visit of the
Queen of Sheba to King Solomon S 1 mon and Bd
of the early life of their son told In
the form of fiction but with aa Wa 8
torical basis the facts towing those thosewhich t thosewhich
which hieh have been b en believed bellcwedln In Abys AbysMalu bde
for many generations Experts have liaregiven 1Ive81n havegivOn
given the opinion that the date ef the theoriginal tIteorglnnl theormginnl
original manuscript is probably some somewhere SOMewhere somewhere ¬
where in the fifth century of our era eraand era eraand
and that some learned Abyssinian per person
son possessed or aU the historical historIcaldata historIcaldataput rta rtaput data dataput
put them Into this form under the In ¬
lIcence of the literary culture of By ¬
zantium zantiumThis zanUumThis zantiumThis
This extremely curious story forms formspart fo fopart fernspart
part of an ancient manuscript entitled e UUed
uTh The Glory of the Kings la wW1 wW1contained Is Iscontained
contained c ntaJned the genealogy enea1 gy of the theopian theoplan WAli1s WAli1sc tid tidopian
opian kings from the beginning sJnnlDg of their t ell
known history hi toTY No full translation tran k OR of
Magda dagd has ever b before for boss b R maia
Into any European language it Is iH iHustrated iftutrated mUustrated
ustrated with quaint drawings by a na native astivo ¬
tive tlv Abyssinian artist artistSteeped arUstSteeped
I ISteeped
Steeped in His Subject SubjectGeorge SubjectGeorge SubjectGeorge
George Georgebonk 1 Voodberry toae M19 M19bopk nc nc1011k
bonk bopk The Appreciation or Ltteratung Ltteratungbas Llteratert Lfteratsr Lfteratsrh
bas hasJust h just been published pubn with the t e Baker BakerTaylor BekerTaylor er erTaylur
Taylor Companys imprint letted his bisfirst hisfirst
first book twentyfour years ago A Agraduate Agraduate Agraduate
graduate of Harvard h h4t was wn professor pruteseeror prwf s r rof
of Bnglisli ct t the University of Wisooft Wisooftsin WI WIse WIsesin
sin In but later he boeame proftaoor sor sorcomparative o oeomparative f fcomparative
comparative literature Ut lrature < at Columbia Uni University UBIernty PMvarsity ¬
varsity Mr Woodberry Ss the anchor anchoroe IIdietot I
ot eleven wllks and ecU editor r ot the thepleteworks esut esutplate
pleteworks plate works of Shelley a amj d INca ger r Allan
Poe oe with Edward C Stedmav St IIIaI Prof
Woodberry oodbetTY is now living ia Beverly
Mass engaged in editorial and literary
work workOptimism workOptimism workOptimism
Optimism Tletcherized TletcherizedEarly FletcheriedEarly J JEarly
Early in the new new year Messrs rs A A C CMcClurg C CMCClurg CMcClurg
McClurg Co 0 will lsu S a booklet from
the pen of Horace Fletcher with itk t the tltesuggestive thesuggestive o osuggestive
suggestive title Optimism A Real
Remedy Mr Fletchers name and
inine make this announcement JIlOtln nt of t8 pe
culiar Interest Mr Ir Fletcher j1etch has doi doishow dose
more p perhaps rhaps than any man JlVNy t
show mankind how te secure owe ratRnnl
and prolonged prolon happiness M lit Mf life Ha Hatlcal
books on the pro proper er methods metho ot eatMg
have been made the basis of a system
known the world over as FletC Fletchevlsni etlsftl
and his entire outlook 1s that 0 of 4
tical optimism optimismLiterary o optimismLiterary > t1m15m t1m15mLiterazy
Literary Notes NotesJohn NotesJohn NotesJohn
John C Fitzpatricks article in the
November Sortbner The Spanish Gal ¬
leon and PiecesofElghV Pie Ple4fosofEigh esofElght is ispanted aooora aooorapanled aocompanIed
panted by b foUr remarkable temarkablepalntlngs paintings in Incolor Incolor
color lr b by F1 Frank 1 Brangwyn The author 8u r
says Sft that primarily the galleon nlleon was
but a peaceful merchant ship s but by y
the irony of fate she became almost
from her r Inception 0 a CWlter Of OCgalleon lIot1le8t
fighting From the day Sir Francis
Drake saIled Into the Caribbean 8n the e
galleon galleons s security vanished andi andt and her
wake across the seas was fouled with withblazing
drifting spars shatteted hulks amyt J1d
blazing
wreckage wreckageA
A new edition of OfOur bur Our Christmas Chrifltmasrecalls
Tides by Rev Theodore L Culer
recalls the fact that Dr Cuyler Is Rot
only well but active and In spite of
his great ago of eightyfive years he
still continues to write Dr Cuyler has
contributed more than 4000 articles to
the religious press pressSwainl pressSwami pressSwami
Swami Abhedononda Abhedanandaof of the Vedanta
Publication Society has Just returned
from England where he has been es ¬
tablishing tabllshlnga a branch of the society OCi tyln in
London He reports that his hi miseon
was entirely successful successfulThe sucoesstuIThe successfulThe
The publishers report roportg a new n w printing
of Dlmble and I by Mabel Barnes
Grundy author x Of > f Hazel Haz l of Heather
land Mrs Grundy who lives In Che Cheshire Ohe Ohsshire
i shire In England Is at work en n a new
book bookThe bookThe bookThe
The Baker and Taylor Company an announces announces anflounces ¬
nounces the postponement postpOh ment until the
early spring sprln of the th publication PU llcaUon of otplldlnga
Building plldlnga a Home by H H W Doamond Dcsmondi
i editor of the Architectural Record RecordNew RecordNew
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Fun and Its PopBibiflHos Beatrice
Grimshaw Doubleday D ubl6day Bags Qo QoIllustrated
Illustrated IllustratedAn IllustratedAn IllustratedAn
An excellent study studyo of the conditions conditionsmental condJUonsmental conditfonsmental
mental moral and an physical physicalamong among the thesavage theYage thesavage
savage Yage tribes in these cannibal Islands IslandsThis IslandsThis islandsThis
This book can C81 be used as a geographical geograpbfoalsrulde geographiontulde i iiulde
iulde iuldeTHa sruldeTlie ulde uldeThis
This Queenly Mother Margaret Sang Sangster Sangster i isterr
ster Fleming H Raven Company ny i
Illustrated IllustratedA i 1
A collection Of t essays whIt whl treat In Ina Ine ina
a a practical and feminine manner of i iwomans I1omans Iwomans
womans place in the world as mother motherof I Iof Iot
of the race and her ability to make tho j
home what It should be beThe be beTiid
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The Art of Living In Good Health
Daniel H Sagor M Me D Frederick FrederlckA A
Stokes Company CompanyA
A scientific discussion of the practical practicalwa
wa to eatslecp eat sleep and drink In order
to get the best there is In life lifeThe liteThe lifeThe
The Adventures Av nturos of a a Doll Nora
Archibald Smith The McClure Com Company Compan1 CornpanlP ¬
pany Illustrated IllustratedA Illustratedthoroukhlv
A thoroughly amusing amusln childs story
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