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A VERY PERTINENT WHY WHYAND WHYAND VHYAND
AND ITS ANSWER ANSWEROne ANSWERO ANSWEROne
One of f Tae TiaMs numerous dosed doseicar eiear dosedcar
car corrcopaaucjitc eorrfI cot has asked 2Sk a very verypertinent verypertiniest ecy ecyrti
pertinent rti queotioM i 1St It is propounded propoundedm
m a letter received fey The Tines Ti Tipinted and amiprinted andprinted
printed on Snwiay SnwiayIt
It is certainly a stort in afajhtcd bted policy polfeythat polleythat policythat
that leads the traction eMnpantes to torun torun torun
run cloeed cars during durtn rUt the + he hot sum summer vm1ner sumrner ¬
mer months For many of us the even evenpleasure eveajng evening
jng ride on tile breezy open ear WU a aPtasurt apeasure
pleasure very frequently indulged ed ta taBut IlLHut toBut
But a ride ta a boxedup oven te sotconducive a aconducive DOt DOtconducive
conducive to pleasure ure comfort comforthealth orhealth or orl1ealth <
health in hot sweltering weather Te Tejnv T Tmy Totny
jnv tny certain knowledge JtD w there are those thosewho tboeeWho thosewho
who would gladly ride In open cars carsuho eanJho earsw I
uho w ho simply stay at home rather than thansuffer tlIaa1Jtfer tksasuffer
suffer ta a crowded closed ear carIf earIf earIf
If the companies desire trarae tratae why whydo wII7do wbyd0
do they not regard the peoples wishes wishesBusiness wI8besBusineu wisbenBust
Business Bust B men In other lines seek seekefor by byevers byevery
every efor means to induce peopleto people te patreize patron patronize patrOItbe ¬
ize them tlae but these car companies seem seemto MellIto seemto
to work on the prtech prtechphall principle that TbatFhan those thosehall
hall patronize their ti11e3 1 1force who whoorce who tbruogb tbruogborce
force orce of circumstances circumstancesobliged are yobliged y yob1i
obliged ob1i to ride rideIt rideIt rideIt
It is easy io understand tel tae 1eMaleonfnsios menial menialconfusion MelItaronfnlrioa
confusion in which this writer finds findsliimself tiBcIshimself ads adshimself
himself In fact the agility ity with wmca wmcaone wI eJIonf whichono
one comprehends his is meutrl taagle taagfeis taagfeisonly isonly is iso
only o ly equaled by the iurdweas t with wttkwhich 1ritw1Jich withwhich
which the attitude of tae traction tracflateoo tracflateoopanies com companies tpanies ¬
panies can be beThere imagined imaginedThere imagiaeLThere
There is but one w wan way too arrive at atan atan
an answer It is by tae route of trac traction tract traction ¬
tion t ion profits Evidently the tJaeaTe companies spaieehave companiesliave
have aTe decided that tae saving in tae taeexpense eexpense theexpelme
expense incident to providing closed closedcars eIoeedears dosedcars
cars will more than make ua ap for the theloss UteJoss theIons
loss in trafftc Applyi Asslyimr AppI their rule of ofwt oft ofpact
pact wt t as much as we can and give as aslittle as1it aslittle
little 1it tIe as poeeibfe poMt n they JIa have iouad iouadpose OWIIIdd frondclosed
closed d can bta stWbed to their 1 1pu parpose
pose pu than open ears earsSengereT eausBat earsJuL
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SengereT J418 1 one naturally asks asksNothing asbotJ ashesNothing
Nothing Bg about ft it The WaaWiw W Wstrett asiitaigtex asiitaigtexstreet ii iistreet
street car eespaaies com comover are not ceieeraed ceieeraedover M4l1 M4l1over
over any say such abstract propanitio propanitioIOWA propiiitieiIOWA I
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IOWA INSURGENTS IN CON CONTROL CONI CONITROLOFTHESTATE CONTROL
TROL TROLOFTHESTATE OF THE STATESince STATE STATEthere I ISine
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Sine t primaries ia rw L wa Jane 1 7 7there I Itbere
there has he Mea a a let of ofover diopntatiom diopntatiomover tatioIIl tatioIIlover
over who WOB the vieiary vietorv and whowas who whowas I
was left M ia control of thestate t State la lasargente IaU Ia Iasurgests
sargente U point tGiatel d to the fact that eifhi eifhiof eiptof e eof
of the sieves Republican Ref blicaa nominees for ferthe 3orthe forthe
the House were progressives thai o o IJy11tTee slythree V Vthree
three were regulars or standpatters standpattersand 5taDipa 5taDipaI
and I nd that the insurgents j h had defeated defeatedthe defeaWt defeatedthe
the t he oldest of the regulars in the House Housefrom uefrom Hessefrom
from Iowa Representative e J A A THull T THull THull
Hull They said icJ too they would con control oeatrol seatrol ¬
trol the State coaventwti in Avgrnet Avgrnetfact A AThe AsstThe
The rega se atsde the toot of t efad thefact
fact that the progressives had failed failedto fattedto
to fclefelli defeat Governor OnrroU a regiiarfor regniar regniarfor r rfor
for renomiaatioB repo ieatioa and of the fact fa + et Rep Kpr Reptatift ReprePentuti
r rePentuti entaJive tatift a Walter r1 I Smith who is isone 5one isone
one of the right hand men of Speaker SpeakerCannon SpeakerCannes eI eIlannoa
Cannon had ia4I been leaominated leaominatedNow re raooiaatedNow 1latelL 1latelLSow
Now the county ClMllltybeea conventions have havebeen havebeep
been held in jAu pursuance 1 W ace of the pri prisoaries pimarie primaries
marie These couveatioK have edattd aaeet aaeetcd aeJectfd
cd delegates to the e State StateHitberie eouvr eouvrHitherto osaeo osaeoHithd
Hithd Hitherto rto it has heem to some somea eaten ta
a matter of conjecture who wmjid IitroI eon eontrol seatrol
trol the State Lsnvuutiuii r 1 anew 1 1ciispatches tile tilei thetii
tii ciispatches i patches agree that tMtan the progrtsr progrtsrare pts nesi es esare
are in full control of that body hy hymajority a amajority ainaiortty
majority of something like 135 15 l liey lieyMill TIleyill They Theywill
Mill ill have n > olid delegations to the tI con convention oa oantioa eoaentioa ¬
vention ntioa from 56 out of the M counties countiesThis tiesThis countiesThis
This TPiUat If rPii is nhjaiinnt wt It Ifcthat IttJlat uses usesthat
that the iIIel pbtorm r 1 which wM iw iwcd Decd adepf adepfed
cd at A tie iman State eoBreotJan soestiobe eoBreotJanbe Will Willbe
be dictated by the JasargeBte iota tJ by such sucf
f 1
mea MB as Senators CUHMUHK 0 awl Delliv Delliver
er awl Itepreaontatme ae gnhhajd aaI aaIHaugen and andHaugea aDIleA
Haugea eA and other insurgents i t It will willdoubtfeis willdetlbtIeis wilde4Ibtlse i
doubtfeis he Bade plain that Iowa HIt aeatawent HItt seabluest I
eat atenis back of ofi the iwmrgMte iwmrgMtein +
in i the House and Seawie both withrefereltee wit witireference witrefereee I
reference to their votes on the tariff tariffaad tamtad tarifnod
aad nod other mcaauras mdudiB idsdi3 tie rail raflroad rMlrMd railroad
road bill bUIIt WliIt billIt
It is set the intention i of the insur insurgeute illlMlrte beargeltts
geute to criticise the Administration Administrationhut
hut to serve aotiee oa the rest ef tinoaatry the thecoHHtry
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coHHtry ky that tie Iowa insurgents j ta n nSenate in inSenate ItSeate
Senate and House have been voting YO m maccordance K Kaecereee ii iiaeeerdaas
accordance with the wishes ites of thenpeople their theirpeople eirIMpie
people As the result It of ofttiOII misrepresea misrepreseatatiou > aisreprsoutatioa
tatiou and nuaetateme isstteeuLr tee t t the Ieie idea has hasto hueto
to MMe extent exteattakea taken hold Il m Wash Wasiagtan Washington WuItIl ¬
ington Il tati in i the East that Iowa hue huejoined 11Mtile ltaajoined
joined the regulars and repudiated IefM its itsineurgeHts itaj rti rtiiasrge
ineurgeHts j iasrge ota t in i ill Congress C It is new pkuM pkuMthat pIiIItItat pladthat
that soiling of the sort has happened happenedand JIAp happenedand eft d daM
and that any y notion that the preve pre progreosive pree
greosive ve e movement > is waning ia ia1fiINIe the theMiddle stnIke
Middle West e is isGAS unfounded unfoundedGAS ualowsdedGAS
GAS COMPANY CANT GET RID RIDOF RIDOF RIPOF
OF SURPLUS SURPLUSTry SURPLUSTry SURPLUSTr
Try Tr as it will the Washington W Gaty Gas GasMonopoly GMI GMIlopoly I
Monopoly y simply cannot get rid of its itssurplus itaswrpJeis itiearplt
surplus profits pro ts Big salaries liberal liberaldepreciation bDeraltlepreciatioa irbeidepreciation
depreciation charges extra dividends dividendsateek dividendsiteek i iMeek
Meek dividends and reduction in i the theprice taprice tlaprice
price of gas have ve all failed to dispose disposeof disposeof eM
of the extra supply of money e efnMa received receivedtried reeeiedfia
fnMa fia wers 8 gas and left Oft aftdevery after afterewsy
every eas aesheoasumilig ollAt nee dev ee JIM Mea Meak beessalad
tried edFor triedFor saladFor
For instance i iao4aa pe for the year yearDeeeMi eadiiuDeeeatber ending endingDowsaber
Dowsaber er 31 19K IM6 the Gas GasPaid Company CompanyPaid o paary paaryPald
Paid dividends of eiPid t SuBgOM X19001Paid SuBgOMPaid
Paid interest of 18t0M 18t0MPaid 181811Paid I91OSOPaid
Paid its president pr a salary o oCharged of I8 IIwt 3W M MCharged
Charged depreciation with 7tM9 7tM9Invested SMOIavested 1 1I
Invested I in new mains and equip equipment eqttipellt equipmeat ¬
ellt meat 393DOOI 393DOO 323800 323800of
I In other woods it o st rid ef a total totalof totsof
of nearly a million > e ausve the actucJ aeMleoet aetuecost actucJcost
cost of operatHuj the plant but tat titenext tMaen tatneat
next year ending December er 91 l IllS ISttit lIII lIIIit IllSit
it was able IP IPFar t tPay inPay
Pay dividends of il SO SOOOPar IO IOPay W WPay
Pay interest iater of S13rM9 S13rM9Pay 1 1Pay 1S7 M MPay
Pay its president e ee SM1 SM1Charge 9tg M MCSiarge
Charge e depreciation ee with i3IM i3IMlJIvest 730M 730MA 73110Invest
Invest ill JIeW sai s and equipee equipee17SO11 tMpIip t tli8080
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A total of nearly MAd another Million Millionwas MiIIieawas aliiliewas
was disposed d of sad tile price Off i gas gaswas pswas gatwas
was reduced a year ago am > inMa fre a tjl fJl fJlIG t to toM toN
M cents bat ere is iII ensugh h sur surof MKphis srphis
phis left to make tM ileials of titay tae taeoampaay ey
oampaay y cast about for more e wy to tomake 18wake tosake
make it vanish vanishOne SJIoe reishOat
One excellent lathed by which ear surplus MHpiE ears ¬
plus s profits > might t be cut down ap aping apeparea oppareaUy ¬
parea pareaUy has not oeeIIIT8Il te tJteee tJteee88S ami amiFortuaate
Fortuaate was saoaage3 Mllf e115 who are Lay Laying T TIIg
ing such a bard time to solve tai taifinancial t r rlaaatial r rbaBeial
financial problemThey problem problemto proWelLTJtey
They slight reduce tile price of ofte gas gasle
to a point w wproduction wllete where CWa wi with i ilia iaciesed iaciesedand eM III IIIprocluetioB
production and consumption receipts receiptsweuM reeeiptsW9t1W reeas reeaswould
would just meet expenditures lid pro provide proride ¬ I IYicIe
vide fair salaries to oncers aiAeers and a iair iairinstead iairlatdad I IiJlStMd
instead of an exorbitant t profit to tostockholders wi tostockholders
stockholders stockholdersIts oCk oCkIts
Its odd that none of f the highly hMypaid highlylaid I
paid officiate of the Gas Monopoly Ji I I liy JaM baethought hasEhougbt
thought of this simple sr srNEW remedy remedyMEW remedyiEW
MEW LIGHT ON WHAT LABOR LABORDEMANDS LABORDE LABORDEMANDS
DEMANDS DEMANDSThe DE Ifu DS DSTIle
The Socialist mayor YOI of Milwaukee Milwaukeepromises Milwsadtesaroesises I
promises aroesises to help cl dispel a few mistakea Mis Mistaken is ¬ I Itake
taken aotions as to what labor desands de demands ¬
sands of f municipal government governmentTbe t tTIte
The labor MOOT agitator agitatorwho who nukes makesj ahviag a aliving
living j frequently y by Misrepresenting Misrepresentingthe Ja 8lepreselltitile isrepreseetiathe
tile wi of Ie Dee ad sinew mthe ef eftile
the ranks of labor Jahrllas has had consider eosdderide considerable ecable ¬
able to do with buHyiag municipal 1Iieip 1IieipU adniaistratioiis ad administrations ¬
ministrations U stratioDs into it confining Jig their search searchfor seanItfor seordufor
for municipal a employee to their own ownlocalities 8WJlJoeaIities ewebealitits
localities localitiesOf
Of course every rightthinking riJltt iDki per person perSOlI pertea ¬
son believes in giving home talent the thepreference t1tepreiereaee thepreiereace
preference but bat since inciination k Joe JoetdhIeBce localiadiaeace > cal calinfluence
influence political pressure and person personal ¬
al acquaintance will always assure aeIMIleJoeal aseareloeah assurelocal
local talent first choice sad since there thereis thereis
is not the slightest test ehaaee of its not nothaving BOtyj netiacieg
having yj all and more is re e eonaderatioR eoa ideratioa atioR than thanit t taait titaait
it it ought t te have a it is exceedingly yams mis misehtevous mi8to
ehtevous to throw obstacles oMtll de in the way wayof wayof way1f
of going 8O JI abroad for service that the thehome tileome themoue
home market ma et eaaaot duplicate Xe Xemunicipal x xJltUDieipaI Neannicipal
municipal administration ad1t will go efee efeewbere eJeewhere edeeebere
where for any sort of service if ascod as asgood ascR
good cod can be bad dose at Mad haadMayor MadJiy9l beadMayer
Mayor Seidel elected by the Social SocialistLabor Secia1Lab SocialstLabor ¬
istLabor Lab vote VOte is confivated nR by arpre arpreviaion vproa a pro prorisioa
viaion in i the charter which requires re4p res arears a ayears ayeNs
yeNs years residence in Milwaukee in order Gnlerto orderd J Jto
to qualify for u municipal tial eiapioyatnt eiapioyatntlie omploi omploiHe t tHe
He announces that he frill disregard disregardthis dfe dfethis i it
this t is section If nccaaary he declare declarefie dechtrt eelare eelarewill
fie will have Toe an the places e wishes wishesto
t to fill 11 put under the civil service lawopen law lawopen JawopeII
open to all comers comersEvidently eoecsEYi eoaersEvidently
Evidently EYi Mayor Seide SeMWt appreciate appreciatethe L Lwerkiagmaa
t f fact tW t red good ef tM tMjet theworitiagfta
werkiagmaa just as the real good c ceverybody of ofwy1MMly ofeverybdy
everybody else e Mes Jiesia m a getting the thepossible Utepseible best bestpeFstbIeraise
possible peFstbIeraise value for the citys money meaevA moneyA
A SPANISH WAR STORY B BSENATOR BY BYSEJ BYSENATOR
SENATOR SEJ ATOR DEPEW DEPEWs DEPEWSenator DEPEWSe DEPEWSenator
> s
Senator Se Depew has been entertain entertaining eatertaiaie t ts
ing his friends with some reD reoinisetea reeuakUUIIPL sCIIMIS
UUIIPL of e t e Sjoiick icl war warAwwdi wai waiiJo warAeoordi
Awwdi te tie uiatiaguiaiied ra racoatettr 1eoaate raooutOar
coatettr the Spaaidi S war M aright t easih easihhave eM 1Ye easilyhave
have Ye been avoided if the Unite UniteStates uJ BaitedStates ited itedStates
States had but show a little MOT motepatience MOTpatience menpatieMe
patience Spain it seeps seea was si siready IIJeady allready
ready to retire from Cuba and Porte PorbRico P8riclRico PorteRico
Rico and niufce everything ee as pleas pleasaat pieaaat pleasmut
aat as eouhft for f the tli ungratefid eft eoi eoionists eoJoaists eolosist
onists osist a TaJaremiou This venue of the history o o19E of
1316 bears xo 11 re resembhuicc ee of coarsem e eto coarse eMmIete
to the contests IIiI lnta of the Katie tie eor eersespedeldfot eorleTfondeitio
leTfondeitio slit lie in Was1a Wuahfagtog W Wwill toa hit yetwill hitwffl
will be TurrininhnTif reose > lered as a characteristic character characteristic er eristic
istic piece of good sage Bfl on oo the pan pars
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of a stateoraan > who has laborod earn earnc earncJy earncay
c cay dy at ill behalf bebalfof of universal optimism optimismIt 8D1
It fe te be hoped the Spaniard will wfllswallow w11swallow
swallow alt those kind and geaecutiscatiasemits generous generousecatimentg gc
ecatimentg eatL It is to be hoped that if iffcteneral i iter0i
fcteneral Weylor ever decides to visit visitthis videthis
this country he will send across a ro word nllWfIIeltud wortk1ocehaad wordftforehand
ftforehand so that iio may be received receivedaccording recoiveiadieg
according to his deserts as a brave braveat Drvee h avd avdate
ate at benevolent e captaingeneral ant antPolo aad aadtlat
tlat Polo y Beraabe will forget for t bow bowI 00 00miedly boyb
I irriedly he shook American dust off offiS of oflas
las iS shoos and come back to get the theloring tlnt
loring 1 t + iiug cup to 0 which he seems to be ea eatided eati entitled
tided titledSenator tidedSenator ti tW tWSeJldor
Senator Depew having whitewashed whitewashedSpain whitewasboSpaia ecl eclSpai
Spain May y DOW revert to more fa fail failt il ili 1 1periNa
i r periods and give us the revisesstory revised revisedstory reiseclst
story of the American RovolutiiosGeorge Revolution RevolutionGeorge Rovo1utiollG
George G the Third T has 8 been waiting W8it all allthese anua al althee
these thee years for some vindicator with witei witha witha
a sense see of humor humorGOOD Muaor MuaorGOOD lllllorGOOD
GOOD ADVICE FROM FR M THE THEHEALTH THEHEALTH THEHEALTH
HEALTH OFFICER OFFICERDistrict OFFICERDi8t OFFICERDisttiet
District Health He Jt Officer Woodward Woodwardj
Jj hs j given th Un < Jwusewives jw Whes of Washing Washingten V Va
ten a most excellent bit ot or advice advicewhich advicewhich
which e they can well welt afford to consider considercarefully iderearefvD eeeidelcarefully
carefully earefvD and take to thenteelves t1telHr dves It Itis Itis Ii Iiis
is that they refrain from from purchasing purchasingfood p parch lg lgfoocJ astir astirfoal
food supplies at establishment e ta lis1tllt6ftta thai thaiare ile thatare
are not dean degasThe deanThe cHarite
The District health authorities are aredoing anduia
doing effective eeti work in i requiring pro proprietors ppunters p pprieton ¬ I
punters of t stores stc res restaurants butcher butcherah btdseishops LeIter LeIteraIId
ah shops opt and other institutions s where wherefood wRenfoocl whenfood
food is sold to keep their places free freefront fTeefNM fretfrom
front dirt ctirt but they cannot reach every everybody eeryMdT everybody ¬
body If those who w O buy food and foodsrippdm food foodsupplies fooclM6ppIies
supplies would accept Dr Woodward Woodwardssuggestion Woodwanfstiea Woodwardsu
suggestion su estiou tiea improvement would we ld come comeautomatically cOMeIUItw comeaatosestiesil3
automatically IUItw atieaJl There would be bey a aspeedy a aspeedy I
speedy y weeding out of unsanitary unsanitaryshops asaaitarishops tary tarysIIops
shops and eating oath bouses Those who whodid whocIid wisedid
did not dean eIe up 11 would be forced f re to todose todoee todote
dose their doors from lack of et patron patronage patr patrMIiI patronage ¬
age and those w who o eontiaued to tooperate tooperate toapesate
operate would be forced to dean aa aain up upin lipia
in selfdefence selfdefenceThe se solidefereThe 4efc 4efcTH
The housekeepers can be of great d as assistance asiI ¬
astaw
sistance to the bealrk officials in aeasphsking ae aeeoMpMshing et1
eoMpMshing this desirable reform refomThe ref refTIM reformThe
The man who invents inventspoints a at afeelse afeelseIse
Ise t oC eatJag corn R Ute eee AIIII AIIIIpelau tndpouts
points out how w one can partake of ofmtermeten ereat drntermelo
mtermeten at lIIleiD without wlthOJIt wlthe tt getting his ears earswet eenwet earswet
wet will be s true benefactor benefactorThe beneCaetorTIle benefactorThe
The blank cartridge succeeded i ta get getting 3ettIac getttoa ¬
ting ta some some good work yesterday ye ta taspite IaIIpite Inspite
spite of everything thats t been done to todenature tode8at1ne todewture
denature the weapons of the Tool ToolKOter oIXJ FoolBier
KOter KOterI Bier BierWbes
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I When alls air a said 1d and done there realty realtymar roall7IIaY rosilydry
mar be some doubt whether the par particular pattIntIar perdealer ¬
dealer pet personality J islity of the prize pug of ofthe IItile ofthe
the age ta a vitally important I e eIt IssueIt sou P PIt
It should be cheering te 3r Jeffries Jeffriesto
to realise that Mr Satttvaa SaIIIy Mr Cor Corbett cbett Cearbett
bett Mr Fftxshamoas P1 and Mr X Sharkey Sharkeyknow stIarJIeTkDow Siarhayknow
know exactly how he f feels fMlol fMlolUatertuately feelstufortuasidy eetoIn
Uatertuately f for their veracity tile tilehIIowa thefe0ows
hIIowa who JnMw aU along t bow It Itwould Itwould
would ead JMJgleete 1 to beck UMIr eGD eGDI coidcUons
vIctIoas with cash easILIII cashIx
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In spite of our gratitude ior or the tAe11III safe safeand sfaamid
and sane Fourth Fourth moat of ue cant hete hetewe JMIIpPut beybdg
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we were kids kidsIn kidsIa
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lurt te a the fact that la recant r years ytwzsThe yearsiarwig
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agateet another period of auopense II IlIl ta taThere illtIM Inewarkig
ewarkig tIM arrival or the Aglst t pk pkTItele pictnfeg
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Jeff got what every man ta the thepe ngat ngatgame SgMgame
game knows hell get in the end endThe eaLThe endThe
The c Cbautauqua season may now proceed pro proceed pntceed ¬
ceed without further iaterniptftou iaterniptftouIt a aIt
It was very eo plainly another case of oftee 8CI oftoo
tee much Johnson JohnsonIt
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eoutdnt stay at put putAdd patAid
Add we almost bad safe and usewe0tbec use saaeweather S8RJIIaiM
weather weatherMaybe we0tbecMaybe
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omy day
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delighted de te4l dear Then the report reportnr is isreaDy htreafy
reaDy true that your uncle left yon iS iSu Mstry
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The Times will be pleased ple d to anaswace an aaneuTirr anae
ace ae meetings and d entertainment entertainmentin enteralomin sta stain
in this column Phone or 1 write x110 annotrncementa an announeementa announcements
nouneementa
I In the e Mail a Bag BagStill Bl BlStill a aStill
Still Contented ContentedSeme
Te T Ute 9id6er el IM w btugtea rIMe rIMeSeme ThreeSome
Seme time ago there appeared in your yourpaper y9tIlpaper yourpaper
paper two articles on the cost of Hvteg HvtegAfter HYtagAfter g gAfter
After reading them I decided te write writeon writeOft writeon
on the subject and by so doing d g I sees saeoito seesto Dto
to have Incurred the wrath of at least leasttwo 1euttwo leasttwo
two Individuals They have NUt NUtJIM written writtenaskiwr wztsale
JIM through u coiussm of Y your IA IAa paper paperasking
asking for informatfea and adJt8D8 wanting wantingThe waatlgnoes
Jt8D8 noesThe
Jt8D8TiM
The w writer of the first one whose wboaename WholleJIaIDe whoseseise
name I do not now B W recall asked a such SBCBfrivolous suchtmoIou suchfrtvoiots
frivolous questions ftnd snowed by the thetone UtetOIle thetone
tone of his letter that Ills mind wasso was wasso waso
so prejudiced and so joinsh that he hewould hewoukt hewould
would not allow himself te se see things in intheir intheir Intheir
their true truet light So I did not deem it itnecessary Itnec Itneceswrr
nec necessary ry to spend the time in answer answering aaswerhim answerlug ¬
lug him He HeeII even went so far as to toassail to11I7 toesan
assail my political affiliations n J y stating statingthat ttIagthat statingthat
that he bet I belonged to the high gb tariff tariffarty tariKparty
arty I will say y to my friend that I Iam Itee Iant
am for prosperity and that not at thetese the theC7
C7 f7a > tese Dee of my neighbor neighborTttc nelgbbor nelgbborThe bor borT I
The T other one appeared ap ecI in the issue of ofJune ofJune i iIllDe
June 26 S alp signed by William B Eo J Johnson Johnsonin
in which he ahnpty oaks one enestionWhere Question QuestionWhere tionWhere a8ool
Where I buy ciwau Mt food foodNow tooLNow foodNow
Now to answer these tII8Ir twe letters letterswould lettenwouJcI letterswould
would require laere space than is a alotted al allotted 411JoUed ¬
lotted for such commawd eommunicationB a doua I only onlywish onlyw1IIIt onlywish
wish i had tile space to 90 tote details detailsnot detaIIIJDOt detailsnot
not for t r the bend benent It of my y two critics criticsfor crltic8tor criticsfor
for they do not understand or else they theypurposely theyIII theypurposely
purposely misconstrue my language Ja tomislead to tomisload to18i8I
mislead the theMlblic public If my m friend would wouldnshness wouldy wouldonly
only y Jet tile t e IIICIea ol pr pceidice b lIcO ad eI eItaB aeldhness
nshness fall from bill vhnon be would wouldbe wouldable wouldbe
be able t to see things more clearly 7 and aadunderstand adtIt andunderstand
understand them tIt in their true light tshtWhere lightWhere
lightI
Where do I bay eneap food I will willanswer willaa willnewer
answer this question by stating that I Inever IJHmIr Iaev
never aev t said wrVrte or Intimated m any anyway allYway anyNay
way that I could buy cheap food foodI foodI
I set forth in my letter means that thatpeople t atpeople thatpeople
people could adopt by which clt they could couldbuy couldboy
buy goods xnueb muchcimeaper > heaper than many of ofthem ofthem
them do and I am prepared to prove provemy KOVeMY proveany
my assertion I also made the state statement JItateJDeRt statesleet ¬
sleet that while the cost of living Is tehigh Isbtwh Ishigh
high wages and the amount of time timemade dinemade tits titsmade
made now over ten years ago are cor correspondingly correpondlnatY correspondIngy ¬
respondingly higher ana am prepared preparedto JlC IMioCtId IMioCtIdto
to prove this assertion to toaay any fairdmded fair fairminded tlrJIIiDCIe4
minded person personI
I also stated that groeerymea of Wash WashIsgtos Washington ¬
ington who do a credit business ulfl and andwhose lidw sadwhose
whose w customers CUl consulted coa principally principallyal elpJlyuC
al Government employe y who as a aIHIIId rule rulesend rulesend
send their little book tr tae store in instead ID IDstad Instead ¬
stead of cash sell goods higher than thanothers tJIaotbenI thanothers
others do I also made the atatemeatthat statement statementthat MtttIIat
that hT people would be a little more la lamarket 11Mpadeat hidependent
dependent aDd carry ea Itto to the More storeor Moreor
or market instead of that little well wellworn wetlworD wellworn
worn book they co collcl ild buy more cheaply cheaplyThis ebeapIynak cheaplyTide
This statement needs neea a no DOWOof proof I have havepositively haTew4ll havepoctivbr
positively w4ll found t a atfference of from fromff fromo fromto
ff to o 2S per cent eDt and even more Where Whereto
I
to and it Anywner A in the city of ofWashington oLW ofWashington
Washington W My friend advised me to toask IeUIt toask
ask my wife If leI I bad ose onv Yes I nave havesee navethink ft fteee
eee sad If you will come or send Or Orwife yor it itwife
wife It y you Me one to JaY house 1 1tllJllk Ithink
think sue win be able to give you some sumacvaluable somevaluable MIlleaIaabIe
valuable JDl information on buying gro groceries groceriee greceries ¬
ceries cerieeMr ceriesMr ceriesMs
Mr Johnson J nianm the statement that thatyou that7e8 thatyon
you said bay as much for Si ten years yearsago YeIIn70QeaII yearsago
ago as yon 70QeaII can now for 2 2 Well that thatnot thatII thatk
II put IIUttIac > hK ta pretty wc g bat I wm wmDOt winmid
not dispute bis word but be looses sight sighttoday ogbtof I IoC
oC the tact that all laboring mer 1r wakeY e ea
a > Y today w wigo where uy Je I i tea tf > I Aft y arcs arcsrgor I
igo aad oCtea mere wMch leaves eay him himJTsrw hilaat hintat
at least a to the good JTsrw Z JW w do not notI notcnMnderptand
cnMnderptand i tDd me me as you have hereto heretof8re hemetafore
fore I do not mean to 557 that saea saeawho I I8et
who get R per clay m bet i DOW but butI
I do moan to say that the b increase ereaee in inwages IDUte Inwages
wages and the amount t of time employed employednow eIIIPIoYedtIIat
now that they were Idle time will Saute ngureAll reat Sautesat
sat at tile end eC the year as scale 01 orstare 01thaa
stare than 1 to I ii which CIUI 8UII7 a oily be bewn beshown
wn wnAll shownAll
All the feed we consume except what whatthe wbtCOIDeS whatcomes
comes from t w Is produced p04iuce4the by bythe
the farmer Now do you think it fair fairfor fairfor fairfor
for the farmer to lay layout out V to raise raAe7OQ raisehonor raisefor
honor bread nod meat MId see 11 to you youf youfor
f for < N cents or less Then kindly bear bearth laoeuIA bearin
IA MID that Ute lid II a amoath amoathfbzla th thmore tItrana
rana heads are DO more than a thing thingof th thee thingd
of the past pastFor JKFer poetFor
For fear fearI of burdening 1MKi tg time u uI bag bagI
I will dose cIooLy cIdaYours
y Yours fee gaol pokes an goad Rages wapeCO RagesC0TBD
CONTXKTZD C0TBDa CONTXKTZDCapital CO K rED rEDCapital
Capital Tales TalesBest a es esBest I IBest
Best Summer Office Office7BAT OfficeHWEIAT OfficeHAT
HAT is the mos most + desirable poet poeltfcm Itlon poetthen
HWEIAT
then in the Presidents CaMaet CaMaetasked lDPtTTlMtor CaMnetra
a visitor at the Treasury Department DepartDIeRtell Departmentasked
asked ell Robert O Bailey private prl MeA secretary MeAtarT seer1a17 ¬
tarT to Secretary XacVeagh XacVeaghThat Xacv XacvT MaeveashTbat
That t depends on the season of the theyear theyear theyear
year replied 3r Bailey who is aa aaottgbly IIoM anow
oM newspaper correspondest capDalle t and thorougbty thor thorCNgbly
ottgbly familiar with the joys and andgriefs aMx andgriefs
griefs of the heads s of the various rartousbranches ousbraRCbe variousbranches
branches of tbe Government GovenmteDtWhat GovernmentWhat
What has the reason of the he year to
do with It Itf asked eel Ute vtsttorlunch visitor visitorMnch
lunch more than you would sue suspect sueMd suepoet ¬
poet replied Mr Bailey Th Tb1 3 office officei otftceof officeof
i of Attorney General eral of the United UnitedStates UBlt UBltStates UnitedStates
States is a most attractive berth gert during duringtbe duringthe
the winter months but really it cannot cannotbe eJIDOtDe cannotbe I
be compared with that of Secretary Se nKar of ofwhen oCthe ofthe
the Navy oc Secretary of the Treasury Tre8UITwbell Treasurywhoa
when the hot weather rolls around or orfor oc1 orfor
for that matter with the offices of ofAssistant o oAssIstnt piAseletant
Assistant Secretary of the Treasury orAeataat or orAssistant
Assistant t Secretary tary of r the Navy NavyBete Na NavyBeinc Yy YyBetrg I
Bete Betrg a diplomat and a d not desiring de to togloat Ct togloat
gloat t over the officials in other otherbranches otherbranches I Iof
branches of the Government service serviceMr serviceMr I IlIIr
Mr Bailey suddenly became mute on onthe ORbe onthe
the subject sub The fact remains how however however however ¬
ever that being Secretary of the Navy Navyis Navyis
is a amitbty mighty nice Job in the summer summerWbea summerWhea summerWhen
When Congress adjourrs and the President Pres President PresI ¬
ident goes to Beverly for hfe > vacation vacationthe vacationtime n nUte
the Attorney General gets himself f out outof outfash
of Washington in much the same samelast fash fashhm rasloR
hm as the ordinary member er of Con Congress COftgre Congross ¬
gross s Like the most hvirnWe ht able depart department departDIeIIt departmeat ¬
meat clerk he must search around for fora forplaee fora
a place in J the mountains or 0 at the thesnore theSbore theshore
snore Not NotM so with the Secretory ofthe of ofthe oftile
the Navy Long before the hot weath weather ¬
er r gets eta around the converted yacht yachtDolphin yachtDolphla yachtIlotpbin
Dolphin has been renovated and slicked snckedup llckedIp slickedp
up p for the exclusive TIB tI use of the Secre SecrexarT SecrerT Seertarr
xarT Thhp The T yacht is not converted convert so somn 90It somuth
muth mn > in that t It cannot be used for cruis cruising cruising endstag ¬
ing Just as Ute private vessel v of ofJr1IIoDaIr a arrflHonaire aw
rrflHonaire w The Secretary seeret8 can escape escapethe eeeapeUte escapethe
the heat of the city and a d the tiresome tiresomesocial ttre tiresomenodal ome omeIOCIl
social functions of the fashionable fashionablesummer fastaloDbIe1AJIIIIReE fasbhoaablesummer
summer colony by taking his family t on ona ORerut ona
a cruIeThe cruise cruiseThe eTJte
The same goood fortune is enjoyed enjoyedby enjo ed edby
by the Secretary of the Treasury whoaf whohas who whohas
has the revenue cutters under Ms Jur Jurisdiction jurI jurlodiction ¬
isdiction I The im office of Secretary of ofCommerce ofCommerce ofCommerce
Commerce and a Labor is the last in the thelint theJi thelist
lint Ji cf < Cabinet ofnces In tbe matter of ofprecetence orinee ofprece4enee
precetence inee but in the summer a num number number nunher ¬
ber of 01 lighthouse tenders are available availableon
on hot nights for tne use of the Seeretary Secre Secretary Secretary ¬
tary The he Secretary of War has ft few fewvessels fewves fewvessels
vessels at his disposal hUt slit sue ofedaisaa offi officials omdaIs ¬
daIs daisaa as the Attorney General Secretary Secretaryof
of the Interior aDd Postmaster General Generalawe neral nerale
awe e compelled C9 to struggle along alonglike jfest jfestMke tat tatlike
like ordinary mortals
Wife of the Spanish S anis Minister lV1inis er Leaves LeavesFor Leavesor eavesfor
For or Brief Visit to the Metropolis
MME EIANO RIANOWife EIANOWife
Wife of Spanish Minister
HiM Cadcrsfl te Wed WedThe W WTIte WeiThe
The fit bier of Greece Greecewhich GreeceA
A JIIILIrlap oC Iateiuthonrl 1Dt 1Dtwdch IMerast IMerastwhich
which win take place tomoirew ao will be bethat bethat bethat
that of Miss Anna Ewing Cockrett aDd aadthe aDdtbe andthe
the bltnnter Xtnteter M of Greece 1 1 A A eon CoromflasTbt aTbf
Tbt ceremony wm take place tomor tomorof tomorrow tomorrow
row afternoon at 1 odock ba tile home homeerr borneof
of Mr and Mrs ra Enson F GallaudetbvtberInlaw GoJteadet GoJteadetelect etbrotIMr
brotIMr bvtberInlaw aDd dater oL die isrldeeleet bride brideelect
elect at Norwich Conn Both bride and andbridegoom andbridegroom I
bridegroom will be unattended UDatt aDd only onlytbe oaythe y ythe
the member mem of the immediate family familya familyaM faintlyand
aM avery a very f Co fw w Intimate friends will be beMat bep bepresent
p present Mat The services ices will be according accordingto
to the rft rite of f the Greek church the theGreek theGreek theGreek
Greek priest at w Washington aal the theIm Rev RecJectim RevJoacrtm
Joacrtm Im Atexopnlos ofBciatmg ofBciatmgFormer of1k ofsclat L LP is isPeruser
Former P Senator Frauds M Cockreil Codrrellfather Cockreilfather Cockrelltat3er
father of the bride win give Ida daughter daugh daughter daaPtel ¬
ter U t marriage marriageAfter JDaJTIaCeAfter marriageAftem
After the wedding the minister < and aadhte aDC1his andhis
his bride will take a short autouwbUe autouwbUetour autos mbile mbiletour e etour
tour before aallrag liDc July 9 for an sotended ex extended exteD ¬
tended European sojourn It te rumored rumoredthat r1I1DOIeCIthat rumoredthat
that at the expiration of his It six months monthstaaton 1IIODuleave mouthsleave
leave of absence tM Ynbte lIB may maytnuIIIferre4 a auamerre6
tnuIIIferre4 to another pest and co eqaeatIT ceasegasmitlr
qaeatIT they may DOt ft to Wash Washtnatoa
taaton to live live liveIn liveMrs
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In h 7 MrtcheO MrtcheOAtteattc 7ht hcil lrs mess to toAtlantic J JdaatIc
Atlantic CItY where are wlB w 4 4of tine tineem
gg0 gg0XttcheB
em ender of the sasmR peons Dr DrJtdtd DrMkchen
XttcheB wai Jote kvsr later for forweeks several severalgo sewaslweeks
weeks weeksMist
weeksan
an ae Power will dose her rt aprtmest rtme
me in tile Chaumials h1Ia toIDOnOW tomorsh tomorshow + ow ad II4 II4JO
go to New Rochelle N T wnere ewm w wwill she sheof
wm join bet mother an the tbeof theof
of the 1bek season seaaouand seasonr
+ C
k r and Mrs John Crayke Craykeand SteP0 Slpoeand SteP0and
and Mrs rs Simpson who he cloy I then thenWashington tbeirhlngton theirWashington
Washington hlngton residence several veral days da dawfIJ ago agowill Eo o
will sail f froj from New York today todaynn fat Ev E Ewill
roj to spend the summer summerRADnWllL
RADnWllL FINALLY i
WEDS MISS DEACON mmPrince DEACONI I i
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Prince Makes AmericanGirlHisBride AmericanGirl AmericanGirlHisr AmericanGirlHisBride
Hisr HisBride Bride After Mys Mysterious Mysterious Mysterious ¬
terious Delay DeityIXMTOON DelayLO DelayLONDON
LONDON LO WON July 5 5PrIDee Prtaee Antetoe AJ AJbert AI AIbert albent
bert Raaaiwl t of Poland was mnrrtet mnrrtetat
at 1 TZM JI p po m r today te St Marys Church Churchu
u 10 > MIllS Dorothy Deacon daughter of thelate the thelate tINlate
late Edward Parker Deacon of Boston J
Monstgneur ea Bidwell officiated orActetedthe officiatedOwing
Owing to the UJLUhy anWng out oL oLlast oflast
last week unexpected patpouiaamt 11 tLmt of oftbe ofthe
the wedding w every effort was made to tohave tobave tohave
have tile ceremony cooOncted with wtUiJIUICh as asmuch asmuch
the theclosest diecIo theclosest
much privacy as possible Only
closest friends of the couple were pres present JAIScat pmescat ¬
cat and the receptten x re ei smi that upIaJUte4I had been beenptaaned boostwan
ptaaned was abandoned abandonedAm ablt abltAa
outside outsidethe uUrid uUridto
Am enormous euOL a UIVUII crowd CJOWIIlt1I waked
the church aDd the police weme ailed eaDedupon ailedupon
upon to bold the people In check De Depostponed Despite Dcspite
spite the recent expIaaadOII that ue uewedc1IBs timewedding
wedding was postponed last week owing owingmother ewtacto
to the objection of the priDces a paItd paItdJ gsaudmother
mother to his marrying a woman with without wIUtout whimout ¬
out a title It te generally believed today todaythat 1101I7that sadlythat
that the princes tam was holding holdingout boId1JIcout holdingout
out for a more liberal settlement upon uponthe uponthe I
the bride bridegroom bridegroomWATER groOut groOutWATER 11OOIIL 11OOIILVATER
WATER CURTAINS CURTAINSFOR CURTAINSFOR CURTAINSFOR
FOR ALL T THEATERS THEATERSla EATRS EATRSIn
In accordance autorJII with an amendment to tothe tothe
the plumbing i jgulatfcms Iadoos the kePt 6centtheaters Bcenttheaters kePttere
theaters tere and entertainment eDt rininmemt t Bails bay iavhug having bay1Dg ¬
hug movable scenery ery win be compelled compelledi
i to install a water curtain such as are arein uein arein
in use in b all of the large theaters theatersThe tbe ten tenThe theatersThe
The device stretches across tile pros 1108ceDhlm proscenium proscenium ¬
cenium area and in case of are throws throwsing tlkowaa
a stream Of water oa the stage IttaIPeIDJIt preveet preveetiug
ing the names from t eochtng nr J other otherI Gtberpria otherparts
I puts of the house houseNEW hou8eNEW houseNEW
NEW YORK COTTON MARKET MARKETICEW JAARKETEW MARKETNgW
ICEW EW YORK July 1111 iIII In the face of ofunsettled ofwaeettle ofunsettled
unsettled and rather irregular cables cablestills eablesthis cablesthis
this morning the cotton market dis displayed displayed displayed ¬
played a good dpal of strength th with withprices withpriees withpiiees
prices 9 to IS points higher w This firm firmness flrrnDe8S itrmaess ¬
ness Was based mi the idea that the theEastern theEaStem theEastern
Eastern belt had received entirely too toomrctt toock toomach
mach ck rain ewer er time theXonuays and much muchof muchlof muchof
lof of the Southwestern belt net enoosb
JC Mws c StaaaeH Bride BriueOf BrideOf
Of Francis E E ManiMta Maai MaaiMrs iXnL
Mrs Lyda M Staasett aaouaces the themarriage theJDUTtace themaiTIa
marriage maiTIa a of her daughter dins Lyda Lydata LytJStaueu IstrisMbie
Mbie Staueu Stansell 10 PraacI Eo Mast Theceremony The ThecenmDIIJ
ceremony took place pIeeSatunt117 Setmdsy at noon 1MHNIIII noonto
ta the parsonage of St Pants Catholic CatholicChurch CatboUcCbareh Catholicchurch
Church te the presence of it t ce e home Jmmediate mediate homedint
diate datives the Je8eDCe Rev James 1 F Mac Mackte JiIacI Machut
hut officiating otJklat otJklatTIle
The bride wore a bocominr tailored tafloredsuit tailored81dt tailoredsuit
suit of blue cloth with a hat to matchaad match JIItcba matchand
and a corsage co bouquet of sweet peas 908and peasand
and lilies of the valley valleyMtes yaJJeyX188 valleyMinn
Mtes Leah StanseH was her sisters stetersoijy sIst sIst0LJy sistersomly
oijy attendant and David J Dnateam Dnateamacted Dunganacted
acted as best man for Mr Maeind Maai
Immediately T ty after ft the ceremony ° F X Xa Mr MrTork
Ma leftft ftt forthe
aud a nd n Yrs left t for a triJ to New
York and Atlantic Ctty After L After July J5 i
they will w l be at home at the Xaasemend Nansessradlapx XaasemendMr N NXr
Mr lapx and Mrs Xraw Woodbury Blair Tral Tralclose 1
close their Washington residence reetdell cfIa about aboutaata aboutthe
tile middle or July sad go to t Bar Han Hanhear Harbar
bar for or the sedsoe sedsoeCoptala BeI IIOII0qItaIa
=
0qItaIa and Mmu Geai left Wash W Wfa
Inioa yestoimay fa sr ttat aata trip tite titeDr is isMaims w
Maims MaimsDr
o oDc
Dr Louis Lehr returned r to Washing Washingtea rasW c ctou I
tea teat eveafaar from Ptkesvflle xd xdwhere Id Idwhore
where he and Mrs I Lori < ehr went several severalomyu MYeraIqo severaldays
days ago Mrs n Lehr who Is isfrlemids visiting visitingfi
fi trieDds tends ta Plkesvflle will remain until uatflthe untilthe
the ndd mddle a of the month monthMrs monthYrs
Mrs 111 William B Belden iden Noble N has closed closedintew edbel closedper
per Ntr X 8tftoft rF hdena ce and is spending spendingsame
anne tIJnp at Fort Myer with her NIt soinlaw
intew and daughter Lieut and Mrs MrsShennaa Kr8SIb YrsSumma
SIb Mile who will accomuuav accomuuavher aocosmipsavbet BY BYbfor
her to her camp on Lake Chamotata Chamotatashortly et etahGribtor Chosunluhasrottly
shortly ahGribtor for the atts snanaaer snanaaerRoot < Lmer LmerM
M Beatrice LeVIe of New Tot TotIs Yo c cXIBB
Is casting Mho J Jolla Root of Fourteenth FourteenthRepresentative Fourt Fourteentheoreseetarive th thatahe
Representative atahe and Mrs James Mc McKi xcKIIItI McKey
Ki KIIItI of IBtaob who spent the win whiter wlater winter ¬
ter and swill IIIIIIPIt season at the Purttend Purttendhave PVrttaDdba Fortbendhave
have ba sauce to their thehAtodo tIMIrAIeID me hem be beAloe
Aloe IB
Dr and Mrs J 10 JL 1 JOchaauaun II n have havedosed 1Ivedoeed haveclosed
dosed their aaartmea te the Fttritead Fttriteadand PortIaaIiand Fortlandand
and are spending the > month of Jury at attbe atthe atthe
the Em1 Eunice Burlterton tcn
The Business Doctor DoctorBy
01 By Roe Fulkerson
Wnafs the thematter theniratter
matter r1o with you youWay
Way dont yousucceed you yousucceed 3OUsuceeeIlT I
succeed suceeeIlT repeat repeated ¬
ed the Buataess BuataessDoctor I BtaekaessI Jld e EDoct8a
Doctor after the theclerk titecJerk theclerk
I
clerk I can tell you very promptly promptlyIts promptlyIts
Its lack of initiative Initiative is dotes dotestbe doIagtbe doingthe
tbe right thing without being toW Nexti Next Nextte NexttIII8
te i this Is doing what you are told toldnrematiy tGldJWOIRIKIT toadpromptly
promptly The young man who will willits
I keep U ttose IIe two fads pasted ill 1118 ht bat batband
band Deed haTe no other rides C suece sue suec
sad fact that half theyoung the theyoung1 I
c ce its a
young men mentired empl employed yed In any citY bOld hOedtheir I IdIek
their condom beCause their er pIoa3 empl ° Y Yare °
ue tired of o trytas to get better betterI menI men II III
why the thea theaverage
I could never understand understandaverage ilL J etasa
average a young mac will drift OR through tIrtOUPthe throughthe fT fTthe
hlife life with no noGI soshape
the best wit ten years of hfe J J
A 1 teSt Uilf shaPe Olainat OC OCcolter of ofeUar ofcorer
GI l tereat torn t tAe e
Ia baseball baseballcollar I IPID8
the score of ofat Ute
collar or r
1Ia1 1Ia1OR heIfgimme
b getting a
when be should e eacimama
PID8 end dI5c It 80 80tIpbt sotight
acimama I5 job
OR
awake awakeJdgWs awakenights
w Jay
tight that hili otrmipiase
worrying 1Or tear f he may Y YI die dieymng
nights WOu3 IR IRtIdB I Ithrill
employer gels
When a ma8 S e
ymng state he Is liable liablea
I thrill highly Y excited a raise ue ueSUIR thesum
at these to tosum pt
aay
If want wDtte wantto
sum m your pay envelope envelopea e ° P you
must ust be as full of fight nghtwer 1Icbta
te succeed you
cIaJekeIa that < ever werer ever1N everbelm
a a th thvrolte the ad saran
vrolte a shell yOU must be 1IP OR year yeart1ptee8 yourtip
the date add H Be or orIe ofthe
t1ptee8 tip toes a aJI I Of f
Ie tam of whom your employer er says saysthat 5ysNeed saysdeed
Need ROt bother about that ha will willtend willto wettumid
tend to it itThe It Itr1Ite ltTime
The trouble Is that the average averagesralte averageyoung veragemaa
young man walt till he te wttIrt7 about aboutbefore aboutthictjrArse
ttIrt7 thictjrArse e before he wakes to an D ap apprsehUion alet apod
prsehUion of nte ili owa business abili abiliirJea abilitks abuttics
irJea tics But by this time the habits ha bi 18 of ofi4enesi 0 ofidleness f fji41MIiIP
ji41MIiIP idleness have se fastened themselves themselveson
on him that their hold te loosened loosenedwith loo loosenedwlth JeD JeDUh
with Uh difficulty You have brainsyeuth brains brainsI braIDseuth
I youth euth an aDO health a1th and there is no nolimit noj nolumit
limit in the great game of business businessI businessDsst
j 1 Dont t wait t till the beer you ou have haveenokes hava1kIuIk lavaj
I j 1kIuIk k rl 1Ip in your tbroatnd tbroatndchokes throat and andchokes
chokes you dont wait tiii you havent
Probably rob ably Will Ill Return to toCapital toCapital toCapital
Capital Before Le Legation LegationCloses Leg gatlon gatlonCloses t oR oRCloses
Closes for Summer SummerMinister SummerMinister r rMinister
Minister and a nd Staff S tuStaff Closing ClosingUp ClosingUp ClosingU
Up U Affairs Preparatory Preparatoryfor PreparatoryDeparture
forMme for Departure DepartureMme
Mme Ruse wife of the theister Ilp IIIIIIIt IIIIIIItJster ttli ttlilater
later win go over to New T Tshort YeafE YeafEshort Yn + r im a ashort
short visit tomorrow t 8 She Shefew Sbeably me wt wtably
ably return to the Capital aplr sir a afew s sfew
few days before tile legation daafor to caunji caunjifor ltsailfor
for the t tThe sameThe summer summerThe
The minister and lab staff are rloulnn rloulnnup
up their aatass sad expect shortly isestabllsb ta taestablish 1 1t
t establish ablblb toe 1t i atloa sUo ta the tiledacks Aduuu Adirasdacks Aduuudacks
dacks or on the North Sbore for the thesummer tileummel tieurma
summer summerThe urmaThe ummelThe
The number of American Americanpresiding Ita tests testsr I Irre5ld
rre5ld presiding r over 0ftFmenta diplomatic dlplums tfc i iments ertabhlch ertabhlchmeets
meets in Washington W Is taable ouate ea to reaaarJt ranrdtable reaaarJtabie
able Mme X XA1 Ittune was fuinuit > IdfasA1 Miss MissAUce
AUce A1 e e Ward of WaanJngton W sad ill amost a amost amo
mo most yeieome addition dI to tibsf 1WHEr tlm carpe eorusHer carpeHer
Her hu amTs recent t1 appehmituee iiypuln mmil t 1 1WaahlJt to toWasbipgton toWaahirgtoe
Wasbipgton WaahlJt R has been a source of f greatsatisfaction great Peat Peatatlsc groutatlsfaeta
satisfaction oa to her many bleeds m is this iMsCountry tMscUDUy thistuntry
Country tuntryMr CountryMr cUDUyMr
Mr and Mrs James 1 M Baker BaINrcIOIIed ham hamclosed hasclosed
closed their apartment m tile tbeThey 11 AsilmMS AsilmMSbcu V V1f
bcu 1f > 8U aDd left leftme Wabrasts for Lanais Lanaisyule
yule me s S c C when they will spend 1M shsssJLron
5 ssJLron They win return to Washington Washingtonn W WMrs a am
m n Sept SeptMnI September SeptemberMrs
Mrs Mrssor Xh acoonpsnbd r T Ii r 1q her JNrsor herson
sor and nd daughtertatew w Mr amid Ms MsHairy JIkIIarry MtaBarry
Hairy Kttsehnan KItII closed her aauruasnt aauruasntin rw rwin
in the Burnagton last events neJllllllf and hat hatfor 11ftfor leftfor
for New Tork y Yo from where they theTtoday wal sett as8today setttoday
today to spend the theXI minim te 3Bma 3BmaMrs > spe speo speMrs
o
Mrs StrotberGmdth Stathersin ltb wife of c Lteat LteatWilliam LIeIILWiWam LismitWilliam
William Strotherflmith 8 hth has retarasd toWasbtngum 1DW to mWashington
W Washington from New York where she shehae liteJIM shebas
JIM been whiting relatives for t the ritefew teat lastfew teatfew
few weeks weeksSenator weeksSemiator
weekslid
Senator and Mrs Gamble of South SouthDakota S88dIdoecI Sohdosed
Dakota closed their aaartment te the thePortland tINPortJaDcl timePortland
Portland yesterday and went to X New NewTodt NestYtk w wTork
Tork city where they will spend a few fewdays fewdays fewThey i
days at the Waldorf They They wm then thenso uapi thengo
so to Amsterdam X Y to make JIIIeIteIks a aserfes anotes
notes of vtetts before retumter l to their theirprestern t1tekWesterB thekWestern
Western home homeCanada homeXr homeXI
Xr mad Mrs Carl Joed J SIIJI eL Ute UteRoc theRacba
Roc Racba ubeao Aye gone to JI Murray Barr F
Canada for the suuuuet suuuuetMrs uasmaMrs
fR fRxrs
Mrs M K Eo Norman has dosed lint berto iterpIUtJDie8t lintt
pIUtJDie8t iii the Portland and bas goRe goReto gene1s
to Deer > eer Park 1s k MdL for the theale tbeII auoo
r rMist
+
II Mist Annie L Edwapde all 1IIss MI g Anal Aa Aaale
ale Owens 1 1in bane 8 cI88tIi thank tbeItia apartra aot aotIn
in the Portland and have wen to tie11II their terRummer theirstammer
11II stammer home at Marion MUS x ss rr nr the tbeMr UaeXr thesaamier
saamier saamierMr
Mr and Mrs Maurice Diy TThimnnfrM TThimnnfrMhave Bbanteldhave eII eIIhaye
have returned from a visit to Bmrpers BmrpersPerry Z rpera rperaFerry
Perry W Va VaMtos VaJIO YesMies
Mtos Sophie Sanger of K tal U street streetxw siseetnorthwest MntetB01tbwe8t
northwest left this moraine forYa for xw NewTork xwYork
f
York Ya where she will be the thebrother geese at he habrother heWother i
sisterinlaw
brother and sisterinlaw Mr and Mrs MrsHarry X1aHaITY itsHarry
Harry Sanger SangerMr err erKr 9sagerMr r
Mr and ailJIIrs Mrs 1IeI aaaueq unla leae leipetbore leaewm 1 1bere
bore touv fir f8rw1111te ckica xNisestfspr xNisestfsprwb
wm w1111te be the guests of their teugMec r ecfi8 ecfi8XIuIrie4 3cs 3cscuislou 7JiisMaurice
Maurice Motet Later die wry v t tIIr tMr
IIr and Mrs sat II el 1odlstsap 1odlstsapoils p
oils lad 1aLo 1aLTJte ladThe o
The ielly noea bas pIiIaJuIed all socursioa u ucundoa
cuislou on the steamer St Johns J for forJury loTJuly forJuly
July 13 IS the proceeds to go to tile Jewteh JetdohFoster lFoster JewtehFoster
Foster Home aXr Fund FundJeanette FundMri
Xr ad Mrs Dav Dave Eieemas Ell EllJeanette densities densitiesJ
J Jeanette aDd son Maurice leave here heretomorrow IIeret hoset
tomorrow t for or son aBKimore lthaore from where wberethey wherethey we wethq
they will sail for forJU TurspeMiss Europe EuropeMtas
Miss Hilda Jacobi 1aeobl has rttmnat r from froma fromachit
achit a visit to toDave Baltimore Mo MoDave YdDave
Dave Stern Herbert Herb Jaoobi and X Lego LeeaPretde1iler LegoPretofelde eon eonPre
Pre Pretde1iler celder who spent the poet few fewdays rewI fewds
days w wtheir at Colonial Beach returned r to totheir totbeIr
their homes in this city cityKn test evening eveningMrs mrcnlugMrs
I Mrs T D > Daniels of of ofk Baltimore alid alidI Md Mdleave
k expected to arrive here herewin tId tIdaad tMsand
and will De the gimlet of M Xr wed Jh JhLee liarsLea
Lee Bator oC u uIIr street streetMs
i ihand
IIr and K J E and family wm wmieae
leave shortly for forwttl Europe EuropewtI1 whore they theywill
will tour extensively extensivelymonths dur slag stnlsale stnlsalemonths
months
money to buy bird seed enough to tofeed tofeed
feed f a s cuckoo clock eioek dont t watt till tilltbe titthe
the black cigars you smoke stttteg up upat upat p pat
at t tnerves the poker table have ruined your yournerves r
nerves dont wait tiff you have havewhisky awhisky a awbt
whisky breath a trtmmhHmg ads andtbottom pit a arta amagenta
magenta rta Lose sad 4 fringe area d the daebottom thebottom
bottom of your yourthe ice liMIt lilt late IRttelM latethe
S SThe
the game this moment momentThe II1OIDeJItTt6
The man who wrote sow year wildoats wild wildoats
oats in your youthful days was a afool afool afool
fool net Wait tin you have TIe accumu accumulated aecaaJated ocumatoted ¬
toted enough dollars and Hiuea to pay payyour papyour
your fertilizer bills for the ere ao isalways is isalways IsaJwaya
always a failure The maa man who is ispaying Ispay Ispaying
pay paying tug your salary 1arT is waatttea to nay nayyou payyou y yyou
you more he te as auxtom ai I to have haveyou llayeou ravevon
you ou rise as you are to uo It It and if ifyon Ifou Ifyou
yon ou will put MI as much on nixiigj into intosimply intosimply to tosiJllply
simply doing the work tbu ot lies near nearest aorEat ¬
est your hand as you uo des into keep keepteg kee keepbig
lag posted on the pnroumsil and stand standtey tsodIug
m tey of oCtile tb the home team you will WIn get g the theyou er therates
r Y wantIf want
It you sit around Mlcsnrher 11 L4 awbclike awbclikewIituk L Nae Naefer ke kebetter
wIituk fer sosedt M taag to tea miler tu tu1Htter tobar
better your yourtains e1J t tat tins tM time 1 1tal it ittales
tales tal JIB ip yen will hcre hotel dead a along so soKm +
long Km that your wife WIll he saytar say to toher toher toher
her second husband Jim its It IttIH a shame shamethe aisrethe
the way we neglect that grave graveThere pa paThere grave graveThore
There wen four men employed te the theplace theplace theplace
place and two of them were foals foalsTwo feelsTwe baleTwo
Two of them were lazy and did didDO almost almostao
ao work and the other otb two were easy easymszka easymarhq y ydid
mszka amid did their work tor them themSac uDEaek themsack
t teek tweek
Sac sack one of th the four received 2a 2aweek > I a
week eek Business B1I8l ess grew tfYe a little dell and aadthf IdIdthf andthe
thf old man was Voeplng their b hat hatUII battine t tUnr
tine < averages The Th tWJ la bay y melt gotdiacharged got gotIdwcharsed
Idwcharsed Iditach diacharged Th The two t tw good things thinga got gotja gota
ja a raise of ten a week epk each The TheUUUl Thethan < > > Vd Vdimiin
telt ek the good goodWlkrt goodtc1 goodICh
imiin was w s twc tWtnty y a to
Wlkrt tc1 of the four ma were tcene ve the fools foulsIf foolsIf fOl fOlIt
If the man next n 1t to you is t wiioi liot enough enoughAcorns nnn nnnto nonit
Ito to ei YN do his work for him O l > a ago agcioil
go Ml sass dolo be an ems uoy < na marl thre tbTois
8 monY in it itWI t tAcorns
Acorns WI become me oaks in the ebemanagers caw tt of of1w ofe
1w liMIt diode tsiisiers severIsom severIsommanagers
managers en5 of deyarnnema
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