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OHIO CONVENTION CONVENTIONBesides CONVENTIONBesides CONVENTIONBesides
Besides being the home State of the thePresident ePresideat tiePresident
President Ohio is is one of the tileStates pivotal pivotalStates liotaistates
States of the Union U in nations elec elections eIeet eleetions ¬
tions t and for both reasons the tileDOW struggle strugglenow
now a apatters under way en betWMII betWMIIpatters stad stadpatters
patters and progressives esMUS for eoaboIof control controlof
of the State couventkm t creates createsof ore oreof
of the most interesting ia ianna of t I SmuchJllixed t thisj thisjmuchmixed s smuchmixed
muchmixed If t18 10 ramps eMpaigr ign On the theone theone 1
one side stand theKepubiieaa machine machinein iaatiaein
in the bands of Cox Cox Burton Dick DickEllis DickEllis DiekEllis
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Ellis and other regulars On the other otherstands otIter5tands otherstands
stands James R R Garfield candidate d for forgovernor forgovernor forgovernor
governor and head of the Ohio Oki inour inourformidable iaergent I
gEnt JDOf moveasent eJlt with a formidable fol following following tolowing ¬
lowing of insurgent delegates The Thebattle Thebattle
battle is 3 for the governorship aI and tIN tbeprivilege tINprivilege theV I
V privilege of writing the State platform platformIt platt plattIt
It looks as if ifthe the regulars ie mars would be beable beable I IabJe
able to control eot I if they were united on onany asany t tany
any one candidate eII cIte for f < governor but buttheir buttheir
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their forces are Ue badly divided diTidedlocal mnnf aonglocal mnnflocal
local favorites They are also a1e divided dividedon
on the platform p atfrm some demanding demandingflatfooted dd a afIatfooted aflatfooted
flatfooted indorsement u u i of Mr Taft Taftand Taftand
and the PayneAHrich tariff law lawome andsome and andsome I
some believing be ieviag it would be wiser to tomake tomake tomake
make the indorsement i i less emphatic k kand I Iftd I
and thereby invite insurgent t support pportThe supportThe l 1
The situation is complicated by the thefact UaefAct thefact
fact that the standpatters tt4n recognize reeogaizethat j jthat Ithat
that witk Harmon the Democratic can candidate autdidate taandidate ¬
didate the Republican bI candidate te teplatform and andplatform andplatform
platform mast be such that they theyappeal will willappeal winappeal
appeal to independent voters The dif difficulty difficulty dificuity ¬ I
> ficulty of fading a man and nd eeaatrueting construct constructing catdlldiDg ¬ I
ing a platform pIaU that will draw tins in independent iadependeat independent ¬ I
dependent support without seeming to torepudiate terepudiate t trepudiate
repudiate the national ODallre5ent5 jutmnustrataou jutmnustrataoupresents sr srpresents
presents a hard problem problemThe pnbIeaaThe problemThe
The Roosevelt influence in the Olioconven Ohio Ohioconvention 0convention
convention conven trop also aL iO furnishes food for leiultbn spec speculation alee aleedatbn ¬
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ulation Garfield it will be recalled recalledgonsl reedledL j jone
L one of tIM eoIoers warmest per persotial
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zonal friends Reports from freIaare from Columbus Columbusare
are tba that Ree1 Roosevelt elt would like to see seehim ee eehim I I1rim
him nominated for f governor ehu and would wouldlike wouldlike I
like to have a progressive eM ptatform pmtforaadopted ptatformadopted patfj
adopted If this is J8 true trae then Boose Booseis aoeeselts I Ivelts
velts influence ia Ohio as tII 5is writing writingis
is against a some of the friends of the thePresident therresidell thePresident
President 7 7fore It is just pouibIe that be before belore
fore the convention CDII doses esWill someUMUg someUMUgtrill soeedrmgsill
trill haft happened to throw 1 fight M on onthat 0Iit1tat enthat
that perplexing per ing question p tiea How does doesRoosevelt dOetJRoosevelt dwellBooeevdt
Roosevelt stand on the Taft jadmiais jadmiaistratiom d dtratioar dnie s stratioa2
tratiom tratioar Xfe the other mum JIuId Mr MrRoosevelt MrRoosevelt MrRoosevelt
Roosevelt may > lay y fed be can espouse the thecause tilea thecause
cause a of big old friend Gurfieid with without witItout without ¬
out being antagonistic taga to Mr Taft TaftWhatever TafthateYer TaftWhatever
Whatever is the outcome of the con convention e8RTentiOla enTention ¬
vention the eampaigr eampmn eampmnult ia 0I r I W Wis fallis
is bound te be iteeeiirg I lira lirasult ie iesuIt
suIt ult significant sigsif i1It ut ix Ity It muj IUCVB J4I J4IportaDt im important im important ¬
portant portant bearing on national > i io ieala psEtiml psEtimlatfairs l latfairs
atfairs a airs of 112 112THE Itl ItlTHE 191THE °
THE PENNSYLVANIA P PI VANIA WU WINS WINSANOTHER WINSAi S SANOTHER
ANOTHER Ai OTHER VICTORY VICTORYThe V VICTORYThe CTQRYThe
The fact that tile Pennsylvania P1I ia railroad iaroad DiIroad
road was ahse te reach ftMIia ftMIiait a eont eontence eoglroatne eoglroatneWith =
With it its eetpiyea J YY ill tile reee 6 6nce ditlfrence
ence over wages ages and conditions ti of ofis labor laboris mboris
is another one of the tileeenie theevent encouraging encouragingevents
events that mate for f industrial pence penceThe peMeThe peeThe
The Prnnsvlrsjua PtDnsyl aaia might almost be beheld beheldup beup held heldup
up as the model imflroad corporation corporationin corpora
in so f fin JOT as its i iasmtman k t t uf employes employesis
is eon Menem 1aiaii 3fc lIteilller otter mihoad pays s
higher wages and few pay as highNo high highNo biPNo
No railroad treats its employes more moreconsiderately ey moreoonsid
considerately oonsid d y No railroad has work WOIkeel worked
eel out t to so far farraping a corcluadon corcluadonthe J JtAe
the theory of liberality to labor as a abusiness abue abusiness
business investment investmentIt m t tIt
It would have Ye been unfortunate ertutbe ifthis if ifthis ifthis
this policy wlsi which e has been Ia m opesa opesataon epera eperabnd epentieR
tieR for aay y gears bad culminated culminatedm ted tedia
ia m a strike It would hav bare been feato dis discouraging disCoeraging ¬
couraging to the Pennsylvania Pel lid to toother tootIIer toother
other roads which have been following followingthe <
the Pennsylvanias lead As it is is the thegood thegood
good feeling I between employer pie and andesapleye lj ljempmye
empmye pie ie is retained and the injury injurywhich iajarywJaick injurywhich
which a strike would have Toe indicted hdIieted1tot OK onboth OKboth
both ha au been avoided avoidedTHE aidedTHE avoidedTHE
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THE GOVERNMENTS GOVE MENTS SUIT SUITAGAINST SffiTAGAINSTBAT SUITAGAINST
AGAINST AGAINSTBAT BATHTUB TRUS TRUSrTIle 37 rThe 37Tbe
TIle Governmaits G Ge venHBe fs attaek on the theleged al alJeged alleged
leged combination oo > of ofeel deulezs m in enamel enameled ¬
ed ware popularly called the Bath Battwh Bathtub Bathtub ¬
tub trust adds another to the tateJi longlist long longlist
list of efforts made to break up > p cont contact ea1QatioB eoaab ¬
1QatioB b bi i a atioia ill restla of tnIIIe tnIIIeare trade which whichare
are JDde IT t Siermaa aIIiitnltlt antiirt > rd rdact
act an offense oae a apiIIIIj agh 4 the Federal Fedelailaws Federallaws Ji1IIIIera1kws
lawsIt laws lawsIt kwsIt
It is a c cmftted and way of Preventing ptAII abneinels a a4k
bneinels development 4k l eR which aeeme ia iaemawe inevitabie
emawe a y yet wI caDJMIt 1te per peIMittel perMitted
mftted to t go ou without check It has hasbeen 1Ia8beea hasbeen
been demonstrated de that combinations combinationscan a tioIIs tioIIseaa
can be formed s M powerful powea al thai com eompatitiott competition COMpeti ¬
petition is ra unavaing and that thus thusa
a monopoly of trade which can levy levywhat leTiwJM levywhat
what tribute it pleases on the great greatmass peatof gieataiaae
mass of consumers is put into the thehands iJteof thehalide
hands of a few How to aid enterprise enterpriseto
to develop along Ie legitimate inmate t lines 1iDes to toffernrit tol
l combinations tiau which only aid incidentalry iadeaiaIJy aiddentally
dentally restrain trade and yet admit ndmittediy admittedly it ittedIy
tediy work to tile be8dt eneftt of the tileNbIie general generalpublic generalpublic
public ig 3 one onethe fIf 1 p pe question questionthe
the country is mow seeking to t deterj deterjto deter deterThe deterTheee
Theee The e eheme of Federal JieeIIBM favored fa faTUred
TUred by a good y altdents of tile tileMllti thequestion
question done DOt yet vet corasand 011 l i itself iUelfto itselfs
to public a efdeaee RN lIen s is isto objection objeetioato
to giving Federal authorities tike right rightpermitted riptto rightto
to decade when oohnbinatioo hR shall be bepenaitted bepermitted
permitted and when they ae shall not be beTo bTo beTO
To push Ute statute to its legitimate legitimateconclusion Je8 legitimatecedu6ion tilBate tilBateCOIId1a8ieR
conclusion meant buoincas chaos and andan aIMIaa andan
an arrested development which would wouldparalyse WOIIIdpan wouldparalyse
paralyse pan the country Hence we are areproceeding areia areproeeMing
proceeding along m ia a lame and halt halting WtIIg halting ¬
ing way the Government attacking attackingonly attaekiJIgOldy attachingonly
only those trusts apparently tIy whichare which whichare wla wlaale
are particularly particularlyThe objectionable objectionablemay hJe hJeTJte
The flit upon monopoly i If tIy is et etas
as oW as tIMe it aM how to totroI eon eontrot
trot it a as to reap tile eat whichfray wI cIay
may y accrue from it without incurring incurringthe <
the evils which can as certainly lot fotTHE follow lotlow
low iaas is as yet y na unsolved problem problemTHEKISSLESS Dh DhTHEKISSLESS
THE THEKISSLESS KISSLESS COURTSHIP CQUkTSmpPRO CQUkTSmpPROPOSED PRO PROPOSED ¬
POSED NOW NOWIf
If the jfttitmai Na Dental DeatalJs Association Associationhas
has its way well soon have 9e the kisslea kiss kissearringe JJes
lea eorahip along with tile MnFlel1 MnFlel1tile bornlema
a earringe tile wireless telegraph the theiiotseleas Ieai8e theneiedcet
iiotseleas ai8e nEi cannon and tie ookdeespowder smokeless smokelesspowder okahpowder
powder At their annual convention conventionat e8llftll OR ORat
at Denver tile dentists said some very veryvery Teryvery veryvery
very mean things about that delicious detiekmsworldold de deoddoW deliciouswoadold
worldold institution iDs t1Itioa of osculation All Alltiie Alltile Allthe
tile usual baeters bacteriological eio it evils aaeo UtiOciated aseedated aaeoeokLbtooded
dated wi 1 kioin ia tile minds of the tbecoIdbIoodeIl theeoidblooded
eokLbtooded scientists were taken out outof oatof outof
of tile closet and waved riotously overthe over overand Ofttile
tile Jaads of Ute assembled a e Wee WeeaM delegates delegatesreawes I
and tbe public was once more mo moit reawes re told that thatit iJIatj
it j simply must nine not kiss under penalty penaltyof J Jof tof I
of catching IIgtypboid or conveying tuberculosu tabaalooiityphoid j jtyphoid
typhoid fever feY ia grippe and all tIt tncone tItother tb r r rother
other aits which aft spread when whena 1 1a
a nimble gera b ecia leaps IeapibeiJIg Irma one humanbeing human humanbeing
being to toSe another an anNevathdOOS
Nevertheless Se Setile and andprobabilities notwithstanding notwithstandingthe
the probabilities aw that well keept keep kepript
right rugbice t on kissing KV ail H right to the tbeoranalysis rto
ice and to be impressed fXII u ut by lei satinti8e satinti8eaaalysiis ae aeaaaIysis
analysis of the tIteWbe kfeetug k evil but butto bidWhen
When a pair of red Up Upto see upspnraed upspnraedWith
to y yWith J01Ir oODe owa owaWIth
With no noWett ODe to pmalp about It It
Do you pray I for endurance to I then tJMaatioDe thenalone
alone aloneWelt
Well maybe you do but I doubt tt ttWhen It itWhen
When tile mitikiaeing antikimi ti g ehamniou ehamniouproduces champion championproduces il ilpIueett
produces a Bashlight picture of bi bisetf him JdaeIf himself
self ia the parlor with tile tileiMnIed light lightsturned lightturned
turned low spurning the proffered kiM kiMor kissor
0 or abstaining ab6ta from h the kiss which wAidlkJIows he heknows heknows
knows will not be denied deaiedtltea then will wfflMankind willkiM willataskind
Mankind kiM begin to think about the tbeevils theevils
evils of kissing la the meantime meantimeie
is safe to arcane that the kiss will willcontinue willQOIItiINe willootinue
continue to be frted freighted with its usual usualdouble 1 1bIe usualdouble
double bIe danger dangerBASHFUL claaserBASHFUL dangerBASHFUL
BASHFUL HEROES OF THE BIGGUN BIG BIGGUN I
GUN DISASTER DISASTERfere DISASTERLeft
Left te their owa devices tile S1 IIlien eeleliera
lien who did the brave work w k at Fort FortMonroe Perl1IMIroe FortMsrse
Monroe the other day when the tJepit biggun big biggun
gun exploded would never acquire reMro any anyCnnegie anyCarnegie
Carnegie hero medals Indeed if they theyhad t1aeyhad theylad
had their way about it history would wouldiu IcltIIe wouldnot
not reeord the we part they played IayedcleM playedie
iu rescuing dead and injured jWed and inpreventing in inpreventing iIaf1lriJler
preventing further disaster from see secondary see0IIdary ¬
ondary 0 explosions When a as attempt attemptwas atteMptwas
was was as made to discover who had beenthe been beenthe beatM
the heroes tile g b Hy ty y parties IK IKsubjected bad to be besubjected DeSllbjeeted
subjected dcted to a sect of thud degree degreebefore ae degreebeere ee eee
before e they would eodeesThe confess confessThe eoareTIle
The expfawBtwu expIa ea of this perf perfwI performancewhich performance performancewhich
which which strikes the civilian as peculiar peculiaris pee8Iiaris
is is found in the code of ethics that thatprevails iJMtJR thatprevails
prevails hi the army Ik the first place pfaieethe paeetile placethe
the soldier holds to the theory thatbe that thathe atJe
he is paid w to take e risks rinks and that any anytking anyt 7 71Ie
tking t he iH called upon to do ao DOter matter mat matter ¬
ter how umBgerous pis is merely a task taskin ta8IEill taskis
in the line of duty over which there therefc fteis
is no occasion for any y fuss Beneath Beneaththis eeaiIIia BeneathChill
this lies tile seemingly peculiar mental mentalattitude meutalattitude
attitude of the soldier toward his hiswork owa owawork own ownwork
work As a matter of fact he is notnearly not notnearly DOtnearly
nearly so much muehaM a hero in hie hi own eyes eSas
I as in tM of riIae ls prbkSroltli r
ing with him is business routine in inwhich inw11 inwhich
which he f finds mighty JII ty little little romance romanceProbably lOIBIUIC8ProbaWy romanceProbably
Probably the duct reason re son fofr foo the dis disphvy tUapiay display
play of modesty od 8ty by the lads at Fort FortMonroe Fortwever FortMonroe
Monroe however wever is the fact that thatthroughout tIIattJbOlllbouL thatthroughout
throughout ttte army generally the life lifeof lifeof lifeof
of tile JteroH hero ero is made OB and long night nightmare 1I nightmare l t tby ¬
mare by tile taataliaiBg josts of his hJscomrade seoJ1IIdM hiscomrades
comrade The The1tero hero is resueeted resueetedbut r respeeted respeetedbut ted tedhilt
but he is sever for an instant permit permitted penRtell permitted ¬
ted t te forget f Ute act of heroism liiia which whichwoa w1rieJ whichwain
woa him his title Looking into the thefuture theaBd thefuture
future and beholding beIto1di It a unbroken unbrokenchain unbrokenchain broke brokeof
chain of 3oshtn the tJ Fort Monroe Monroeheroes AlOIIIOC1Ieroei ldou oe oelaeroea
heroes mrturaliy shuddered and did didtheir 61tWr didtheir
their best to escape e the goodwatered goodwateredpeisaciitiuR goodaatredpmaattiot Mtured Mturedpe
peisaciitiuR pe I tioa which dt they knew k1t W would be betbein 1MtIIein betheta
theta if they admitted d their braveryThe bravery braveryThe D1TerjTIle
The yoaas maa who is dansjerouslr dansjerouslrttl y ym
ttl from sunburn at Attaj th tte City is isanother 18II8tIMr faanother
another argument ta support of tn tntheory the tIMotbeorr thetheory
theory that bathing suits are really in intended lit litteIIItcl intended ¬
tended to be worn la the sur surHaving surf surfSaving
Having 11 done so well with tb the thelid safe anteand safeaad
lid sane Fourth the country coaatI7aIel coaatI7aIelDo snouM snouMnow oald oaldhow
now turn its attention to tfc u grabb safe 8fe9aIMIay andsane and andsane
sane Shy exenrstoa ezearstonPerhaps exenrstoaParhaps ex exPwhapa
Perhaps tn tile hobbiesfcirt bathing suit suitis IIUttIs suitis
is not out for the purpose e of orIt making maMnstt makingk
tt at absolutely elutely Impossible Jaa to do aoytntas aoytntasbut anytflagbat TtIdac TtIdacbqt
but stay on the tileJteceat beach beachRecent benchReomt
Recent Ofadosures IB IRNew New Yolk must mustfeel mustmake UIIt UIIttile
make tile fraterD1t7 of bank Daakfeel bargbra bargbrafed
feel that Itf life realty isnt worth the ibebe theThe thestruade
struade struadeThe
The White Way Wayhabits babltues JaaWt JaaWtbe ought to tobe tobe
be ante to get a fair measure of Joy Joyout joyout Joyout
out of the unique expel experiment of drink drinking kbaa drhilrtng ¬
baa water waterIt writerIt
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New Turk to find that d din dinpatsies 0 noossrpaiMes 0thNe
patsies these terribly hot nights nlghtaJohnson nightsJobnsoe
Johnson 1 amtxrewUr uc 18 18lis determined to toBread
spend his profits for auto autoTbe spttidlsjg speedhigThe spttidlsjgTb
The Tb Bathtub trust cant expect any anysympathy IIQQ1IIIIaday anysymoaihy
sympathy te this find of weather weatherIt
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embezsteaie e41 t growing broaderThis broader broaderThis erIbi
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humidity humidityIts h1lBlidltJIt humidityIts
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grand jury is making an effort ort te pt pthold getfold
bold of the books of the United WIre TvlrotosK WIreIeIIa Wirelean
lean Company eoneemtag which pro proceedings preeeecIIDp peoeeedinga ¬
ceedings ar arofttcers IUI HDdIJac e arrth eertabI eertabIoflleers a misinoffices
offices with dtaposteg t > 4IAIO of stock IItocItIta above aboveits atjeeits
its real value valueChrfetopner TaleClutlJtcpber valueChrlatopber
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tile company Samuel S S Bogart vicepresident vice vicepresident cepnsIdeDt
president Franete X Butl tJer r and Cloyd CloydMarshal CJoydeeretaIT CtoydMwbai
Marshal secretary bav have been cited to toappear toappear toappear
appear to show cause why they should shouldnot IIboaIdDOt shouldnot
not be a adjudged in contempt contin for refus refusing rerum refuslag ¬
lag to produce the eighteen teen books bookswanted boobwaDted boakawanted
wanted wantedCbunflel waDtedCu wantedCounsel
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court that ahtetynine J De books bad been beensunended beeDto beepsurreaded
sunended to the Government and a aspecial aapedal aspecial
special master has been appointed to todocuments toIa toInvestigate
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I road Mr Oysters account of th thalley the thealle thealleys
alley alle with tbe deepest interest I Iwill Iwill Iwill
will first tell you 0 why Twentysix Twentysixyears TwentYIShYeenI Twentynixyears
years ago I came with my y husband husbandto
to 10 o live lIT hero lie in this city I bad before beCoreIDrIiap beforeny j
my marriage been a missionary in ine s
borne e of our largest Northern cities I
know what Fire Point New ew York Yorkwas Yorkwas Yorkwas
was I kn knew v the Tombs the hospitals hospitalstt ho pltls pltlsflte
flte etc tt for I nad seen and an talked with withtheir withtlaeJr withtheir
their occupants again a and again I Inever
knew what PITe Pt Points was when it itwas
117 was at Its worst but t Jet me tell you I Ieyer Inever
never > tw aw there what I have seen see in
the alleys aU of f this elty All aton along the theWitness theyears theyears
years until now I have Jaay bees a alien silentwither t
Witness W of what Mr Oyster has de deserf described
serf scribed scribedOh bed I IOh
Oh Oh Gr MY heart Ia sick Ick IS I writeand write writeand writei writelid i
and my eyes e are blinded with tears I
ban appe appealed ppyd ed to ministers nteters and hav
told them how white whl families employ emplovservants
servants er era nurses for their children childrenof
nurses
etc etc and a ad some of them tb m come from
close rooms roo where perhaps one is isTr
slowly Jowl Tr dye < with tfc tuberculosis I am
sick
t4ooartUy 2rSffiSi7i I k of bearing t1 talk aboutblindly about
lAe in white 0 P1
IS placue when
we are a e so eowhat
blindly ignorant of what cause it
JiJ I have iglJ5iteK seen tJIbt tMrgs have known of
thfoRs which will not bear description
with penand pen Del ink Negro women have
t told ° J me 0 wn what t I can never repeat We R e
all know that where persons of all
a aces aDd ndboth both sexes are crowded c wded to tol tot toMnR
ITtDc In knoraac aDd squalor
l tb t Jsonethil1 Is something worse 0 there than
tile white plague
J I have wondered I have pleaded Ia I
have ve wept I have prayed but it itattended all a
Messed useless Recently Recentlybut y I attended a
meeting meet of oft ofthe tbe Alley II Improvement lm Improvementy Improvementsedation As S
sedation hot as I sat there ftstewnfnherlat listening WrtenJn In s
myhfrart my heart said What do you know knowabout knowaloat knowabout
about the alleys We may talk until untilare
we are dorob but we have sot to come
right down to business The ax has got ot
to be laid at the root of this great tree tr I
the poisonous atmosphere atm 1IDbere of which whichI has eta
ton long affected a < ectPd the whole city
I Ihave I have visited such places as Mr 4r r rmeatlon
Oyster mentions from HiUsdate to the
other side of Georgetown i moW
whereof I speak when I say y that I have
learned of things which could not ixmo Ix
ecUpsed mowed wed by any city citymore
For mo more than twenty years I have ha
been a member of Calvary a1 vary Baptist Baptiststate
Church but I do y that tile cburchs cburchsare c u rch s sare
are partly to bIaIIIe for the disgraceful disgracefulstate ful
state of things in our city I have eras erased ceased 8 ¬
ed to attend the missionary IT society t tmeetbapP
meetings where I heard rei about ihf ihftben th thrthen i
then in ether countries when I knew newere knewere j
ere were heathens h within our very
sates that were never even thought thoughtabout thoughta
about aboutI a
I am I in L earnest about this matter if Ifwhether
tt does mean ostracism ism If yon want to
know whether my word to reliable or ornot ItDOt srask
not ask H H B B F PactarIaDI Macfariaad Tours to Inwooer
the work workCruelty wooer wooerCruelty
tbeCruelty
Cruelty to Animals AnimalsMe A1l palstile
Me lb the Editor of TIle Wa w wafctstoa wafctstoai Ingta Ti TiIt TinaIt
It ea i to me that in this beautiful beautifulctty bnottfhimay I Idt7
may tb tboo Capital of the nation ttoa a model JDOdeIaDIODIr modeamong I Iamong
among other cities ef the world there therewould tbenw thenwould
would w exist existprotection e 1brwa of Jaw for the tJIeprotect theprotection
protection protect of our poor dumb brutes brutesthat bnaWJIthat brutesthat
that suffer m silent an the tortures ea in inflicted lit litIIheII Indicted ¬
flicted upon them by heartless human humanity huaumfty humanity ¬
ity Borneo It to say your our laws in that thatrespect thatftspect thatrespect
respect are weak Why does not that thatgreat thatgreat thatgreat
great towmaking < body Congress Congresswhich Congresswhich
which hich for a moment would not hesitate hesitateto
to appropriate money for the purpose purposeof purposeof
of beautifying < the city take this tit mat matter matter t tt ¬
ter t r into consideration ° Ere Er Ions the theexfeting 1beexht theexisting
existing exht evils evil could be beAmong eorrected eorrectedAmong ivrrectedAmong
Among the greatest sufferers is our ourworking
hard working worldn patient and faithful faithfulmend
friend the horse It is not an uncom uncommon UDeOIIIIDOD uncommon ¬
mon sight to toRe see every day some poor poorexhausted poote pooreshattsted
exhausted e austed beast mrwatered u halffed halffedtrudging halffedtrudging
trudging t through the hot streets car aru arburden carrying
rying a burden too heavy for its weak weakannourtebed weakUJUIOUJ1sbe4 weakbody
annourtebed u body to stand More often oftenthen oftentheir
their backs are coveted with painful painfulsores paiaf paiafSbres painscres
Sbres sores caused d by the friction of the
heavy harness Their knees are some sometimes eometam sometimes ¬
times woolen from excessive standing standingand ta taand
and too little rest Yet T tot the drtversof drtversofjust drivers t tJUlit ofJust
just such pitiful creatures win merci mercilessly merdllealy mereileuiy ¬
llealy lessly beat t them and draw dra the reins reinsinto reinsso
80 tight t that the horses mouth Is drawn draWlaInto drawninto
into frightful shape shapeNow shapeNow
Now on the other hand baDd If there ex exfated ex existed existoId ¬
fated a law prohibiting such inhumane inhumanetreatment hah hahtreatmeDt inhumanetreatment
treatment on tile part of brutal 1wu1alaDd brutaland dilveis dilveisand
and if a severe penalty were talnctsd talnctsdupon JaUIkt JaUIktupon I Iupon
upon the offender o less suffering < would wouldbe wouidbe wouldbe
be endured l by the t innocent helpless helplesscreatures belpJeacreaturea helplesscreatures
creatures Thanks to the Humane So Society S0ciety Society ¬
ciety and its It good work That or organisation orDizatioD organisation ¬
ganisation DizatioD deserves credit for what It ttfco ItlaJl itlas
las fco lone doneHow fODeHow loneHow
How often is tt our lot to see some somehuckster somehucklrter somehuckster
huckster carrying in each hand a dozen dozenor
or more ds chickens ena head down and feet feettied teettied feettied
tied tightly together Can anyone anyonerealize aaOneftaUze anyonerealise
realize for a moment bow It must feel feelto feelto feelto
to be pulled thus about the streetswithout streets streetswithout streetswithout
without even ftD water from early morn morning morauntD mornlag ¬
i lag until late at night Wouldnt it be bebetter ebetter
better to have a wire cage ea e where the thechickens thechlekeDs thechickens
chickens could stand up and moveabout move moveabout mcweabout
about at will even though It maybe maybea JDT be bea
a little harder for the mortal to man manage JDaDare manaThere ¬
age ageThere There are remedies for all these con conditions CODdltJoDB Conditions ¬
ditions If only they could be eII elawfully enfoi enfoilawfully eIIlawfully
lawfully As a resident of ofton Wash Washton WaaIdDS WaaIdDSton
ton for thirteen years fi OM OMtIoDed e facts men ineationed mendouone
douone tioned doned have come under my daily T TrffYatlon ob obrervatkm obraervatlon
rervatkm and I firmly believe that thatthis tllatthis thatthis
this city stands uncquaied in Ms barbarous bar barbarous barbaIOUII ¬
barous treatment tmeIIt and cruel usage of ofKATES 8ldumb ofdumb
dumb brut brutes
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Is now preparing to dispatch about fifty fiftyof fiftyof
of its experts to the West and North Northwest Nortbwest Northwest ¬
west for an examination of the books booksof IIeobof booksof
of the Hill and Harriman Bani roads roadsthe
tnart t to toaction actIoR by the commission 11 cu OIl OIltbe onthe
the Rocky mountain rate cases casesIn esIn casesIn
In a few of the cases already invent investigated inventgated tl tlpted ¬
gated the commission has ordered a are areetion re reduction
auction in the rates of as much as 21 Mper 3 3per 21per
per cent In these instances the tong tongandshorthaul longandshorthaul
andshorthaul question was involved involvedSome laYOlvecLSome involvedSome
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who were married July i 1C ar Aubrey Aubreythe Aubreythe
the Country II of tile bride parents pareatsJIIr parentsMr
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day y to spend their boDeJ honeymoon ooe abroad
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the American Americanaad AmIm odor Dr to France Franceand
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been spending endlng 115 tile early aummor at theirpuce their theirplace tbfIrptaa
place m III Connecticut Onl Uk have ye gone to toLenox toLeIIox toLeas
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David vid Baer who spnt the t e weekend weekendas weekeadOceea wedcmetOcean
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daughter of Mr and Jan JIraCwsbmaA MrsCushhaau nl Bmir
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the brides parents MM Ttrinnjul BeItnortbWellt Bsimosnorthwest strsst strsstnorthwest i
northwest northwestOnly nortbWellt0aIJ northwestOnly
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eat at tile ceremony Y at t which the Bev Bevgational BerDr BorDr
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ly after the ceremony for aa amwedding t ttrip
wedding trip North They will rare Sa u uWashington
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evening at 8 oclock at the nPSJasnua nPSJasnuaof r rof
of Mrs Mary X Howard ta lhhi Thirteenth Tblrteemthetreet Thirteenthstreet taL Oa Oastreet
street when her daughter daa hto t Mms May MayA JIayHoward DbloHoward
Howard became the bride 01 Dr Walter WalterBIoedona WNberA
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The Rev James F IaeIIIIa laranel was the theoffeiatiag tbeofficiating tJMot1lelaUDrr
officiating clergyman n perf 11 f11 nupu tile tteceremony tileceremoay theceremony
ceremony to tile presence IN 1 T De of a wall wallBatt muaUgathering Uga
gathering ga Batt of relatives reJadT nod mttmute mttmutefriends a afriends
friends friendsQuaattUea friendsQwmUu friendsQuantities
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palms a alms Ims and fens fsrmed the floral aaICOrati floraldecorations noraldecorations
decorations COrati of tINt tINtc house and rm or ortbe orh
c hestra h from the Maria Bead r rthe fwair6ed fwair6edthe
the wedding mnss mnssDr JIIII8Ic JIIII8IcDr r rI
I Dr > r Stanton W Howard brother of ofthe oft ofthe
the t he bride gave his hiliThe sister sl tdr in marriage marriageThe montageThe
The bride wore a beautiful l gown of ofeuse oCwhite o owhite
white chiffon draped over white cIaania cIaaniat1 eharmt eharmtease
ease satin dD and she wore a long tune ID8ieil
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veil arranged with a coronet of ofbIoaom8 orange swageblaeoms orangeblossoms
blossoms and carried a shown sbo ei bouquet bouquetof
of lilies of o tile valley and orchids orchidsMrs orchidsMrs
Mrs Joseph Stotsenburg St and Miss
Trances ElwmrdSmith Headed thebride the thebride theJ theUQ
bride and little Jack J Spear Stotsennnrg Stosseabhrcgacted Stotsennnrgacted
acted as JB flower bearer Mrs tltotsmlug Stotscn Stotscnbur
bur UQ wore a handsome bI gown of a paleblue pale palebloc paleblue
blue bluechide ebarmeuse Missand satin and carried or orcnida orcIdda orwhits
chide and Miss 3ward8mttli wore worewhite werewhite worem woreDr
white whits lace and carried orchids orchidst erdIidIIDr m
t Dr > r Raymond Spear of the Naval 2iuvalHospital aaIHoepIta1 NavalH
Hospital H acted as best man for Dr XtarBtoedom DrBloedorn Droedorn
Btoedom oedorn Bothac Both Bodt1lor1desaOO bridegroom and his best bestman Bestmaa bestm
m man ac wore the white ruBdress ruBdressvoiform fulHlreM1HIitona wanner wanneruniform
uniform 1HIitonaAn voiformAn
An informal reception followed the theceremony tileeeremoRY theany
ceremony and later Dr and Mm Bloe Bloedorn BIoederII Bloedora
dora left for an extended West W Western eta bridaltrip bridal bridaltrip Midaltrip
trip They will visit t plU PiUsbuig p bats Omaha OisiahaDenver oJaaDeaver OmahaDenver
Denver and Seattle before going to toMare toMare toMare
Mare Island CaL for a two months monthsstay JDOBtb8lltay monthsMay
stay before i sainng Jng for the Philippines PhfiippmesMrs ph il I n nMm
Mrs Bloedorn traveled in a tailored suit suitof 8Uitof suitof
of natural color linen with a becomingstraw becoming becomingstraw becombagstraw
straw bat trimmed with blade velvet ventYrs velvetMis veIfttxn
Yrs Evan Sinclair Cameron c q ran left leftr leftW8hIII leftW
W W8hIII Teaday y for SIJriIIIr fAR fARX LateJ
X 1 and later will go to tile tiledadaI Ailren Ailrenwherre
dadaI wtIere My Camena will JaIR hey heyr
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Miss Shed Jtebeaon te temainder iffilll alesesliag tile R Ror so somabader
mainder of the season at Bar Baauor BaauorMrs Rasterwith
with her aamt aamtXr airs Pr1oe
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Mrs Charles Bayte left Wsmnnujtoa Wsmnnujtoayesterday w Wgtonyesterday 40ft 40ftyestT
yesterday to join joinsister leg bcotherdv d deI andsiste
sister Mr add IIn John Baja m mIIIOad Hammom
mood at East Gloucester tar rro I e the vest restof vestHalted
o Ute seasonMr M8 ILIr
Ir J88dce Joeph lids c fI1 the tJIeUalteil theUnited
Halted States Supreme 9aiw e me Court Courtid mm I
waled id by WIt son Frank B TfftlKmuu TfftlKmuugone 3oC 3oCha
ha gone Pe to Karragansett N IV e1LIIK for aa ex extended exte extended ¬
tended sojourn aoJoanLJID8B J JMiss
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yam Grace Refily of otGett Culnmuui read readbaa xoadhas
has gone to t Spring Lake 2 x N 3L J u iin > re remain reo reomaID remain ¬
main untB October 1 L she SIM1W wnt bajsuucd be isleed isleedby
1W el titer fOr tile mouth of Aaghrat A
The Th Business Doctor DoctorBy II IIBy 1
I II By Roe Fulkerson I II I
Dont Dontcan thauge jour eltoyer yer If you youCI1 youcan
can possibly help helpIt it advteea the Brat Bratness BusSDa Bustneh
ness Da Doctor rile beat recommendation recommendationtfane re QId atiftB atiftBIa
Ia a young man can have Vit Ist is e length ot ottime oftime
time be has stayed with ORe employer employerThe e apIoyerThe employerThe
The adage about the rotttog stone bad adparticular badparticular aadparthmter
particular reference to men who worktor wortfor work workfor
for other x people > on a salaryn salary aJaQX
n I saw an instance of it within a week weekA weekA weekA
A cleancut young fellow came into a abusiness ahouse abusiness
business house lookl looking g for a position positionHe
Be told the merchant that he bad been beenwith beeR11th beenwith
with his last employer for eight years yearsand yeanJaad yearsand
and then started to explain the quarrel quarrelwhich fluanelwIddt quarrelwhich
which caused Mm to leave Iea TIle mer mmInterrupted merchant DHIc ¬
chant Interrupted Mm with the remark remarkthat remarktllat remarkthat
that he didnt care about tile details detailsbut detaIk1Iut detailsbut
but picked up a desk phone and called calledup called1Ip calledup
up the borne nouae and asked th them a If they theythen theyAa4 theyhad
had bad t maa fa tiMIIr employ and aadUIeD andthen
then asked bow ton 1oDt be had been there thereand therethe thereand
and as the answer tallied with the state atateof statemeet
meet 1 of the applicant he hired him on ona Oftthe onthe
the spot without a aThe iJP dA OlLnae
The t Is that It a max a stays 78 In Inplace InCIIM Inone
one place for years y he must be the right rightsort rightiIOCt rightsort
sort of a man It takes no business businesshouse busIDeMaee businesshouse
house ebjt years to find out if a man te tehonest 18lIoDeet Ish
honest h industrious tnous and capable Ha Hawould Hewould H Hwould
would not have been able to stay that tJtatIeII5da tliatlength thatlength
length of time if lie were not notAgain BOtAPI notevery
Again every employer can be Mkeaed Mkeaedto Jlke ed edto
to the theatrical manager who has aa aanuderstadr aD1AM1ent1M1J ana
nuderstadr a dy for every Important part In hihte InhJ inhis
his play You younger feHows never neverseem DeverMellI neverseam
seem to think that every employer has hasyour has7OIr hasyour
your future planted for you Hte beetmen beet boatmen beetmen
men are liable to leave him at any all time timeto timeto timeto
to go into business b for t themselves or are arelured arelured arelured
lured away by a higher salary for some somerival 2IIOIDerival somerival
rival house and some of you fellows are areslated areslated arestated
slated for promotion aad do not know knowit kDo1it
it The thing for you to lode do is to study studythe SbIclythe studythe
the work of the man just aheadof ahead of you youG youGet youGet
G Get t ready BOW for the job which yon yonhope yonhope youhope
hope to get next year ITje Tie e chances are arethat arethat arethat
that your our employer is now wondering
whether poll can au the pines r not aotJr notand
and Jr its up tilt you t tab tabIh eahy Agor Agortarty
tuatty to demonstrate Ih ulta this tldlllllllllr71tefort tldlllllllllr71teforttbe amnty before beforetb > g
tb tbe time comes Let blot IITUHI ka + w what whatyou wheatdo t tJ
you IIw ins do doTbe o71IeLeBow doThe
Tbe 71IeLeBow The fellow who a rhaugjos hang as his enustover enustovertop c Ioger Iogeroften e e8Iftea
often is not the bean who n to the theBe thebop
top Be stands where he te as tile tilea now nowMm nowemployer
employer a wm reember I how on y J Jleft fc fcsett
left the old Job and know Jae will leave leavebum e eJda
Mm Just j as quickly The c pfinso pnoom Of Ofbut orIa ofrising
rising Ia business 18l11ow le slow but for sr the theman thew1le themean
man who make good m his Job It te a asure aa aasure
sure as fate Dont tot a aI few dollarsraise dollars doBsrirrtnl
I lit MIarT otftnII by none rival rtnlhouse alhou rivalhouse
house bond you to your attteaat goodbut good goodconditions poclbQt
but hang on here wheN TOW know the thens e eCODiiItJo
conditions conditionsA CODiiItJoA ns nsA
A Cleveland Ohio OhbBaek Bank BalIkto hi nudaavariny nudaavarinyto
to increase its deposit depositthey 1 mrg Ute UtefnltelS thefarmers
farmers MIlt out a cIIeIdIIr Jett that thatt thatthey
they would supply a wagon ambaiito nmbnrtU nato
to any farmer who would open an ac account c cCOURt account ¬
count of OS there bud they used up up5M 1Iill
5M umbrellas on the srhtsmj in three threemonths reeJDOIIths threemonths
months Of the 6W accounts eIpeIIedoaJy opened openedbeing panedonly
only SI MI Cent were for sa u rest restaetke restbelaF
being good active aceounte Ak wHn a oem eomfortable eemfortable oemfortabie
fortable balance at an timns tfineaAn timnsshow uAn
An own ow window adios as asMow asshow
show cards the fact that thatcent most people peopleknow
know the valet of pok poker haads A AceIIt re recent
cent one showed iorr our kings and andpasted en sapaced ace
pasted on a card CL wnOe oppextta was a abobtailed a4MJIttaDed 1 1bobtaped
bobtailed nuuh rromiuinieil Ilk r by this thteI thiswonJIDg thiswording
I wording Theoe hands have no greater greaterdifference pwat greaterdifference t
difference m lit value than f fA pedal 5eia 5eiapicked
picked aDd the standard prima the theriJcIe theill
ill M MA
riJcIe riJcIeA
A dgar dealer has removed r ids usual usualon 1dsplay usraldipisy
dsplay amid pat Ia JaIl window a lice licerug aloerug
rug on which sits a X Morris chair and aJIIloa andon
on a small stnoknaj table tablecard IMIk at hand
a asits
8 a stud bOx of his bed cigars TJIe TJIecanI Tbcard
card says We We self you youhi mWd fIIrt fIIrtIa
hi tills brand of ofIf cigars cigarsIf dpnIfthe
If Ifthe the average a young youngehaaoe yoaDCDtUda ma agent am ammach
mach time figuring out how is reduce nhcetile reducethe
tile overhead eqJeIIR of his employer employeras 4 4as
as he awes ararllC the 98 98dIace perceuos of ofchance
chance of fining an inside I sIcIe strait IItrait1IMIdI or ormuch err errmoth
much time trying to learn the best bestto bestt wayy wayyto
to put a dollar into In to his employers employepockot employeapocket employerspodiet
pocket as he does trying to figure a athree athreen athreebail
three threen bail combination for the corner cornerpocket eoMlerpocket cornerpocket
pocket of a apoo1 pool table or as much time timelearning timeIeamJJIg timelearning
learning to distinguish between wool and andcotton aDdcotton andcotton
cotton as be does between straight ryo ryoand 179aDd e eand
and blended the life of a merchant merctlasstwould merchantwouM J Jwould
would b b one long dream o of bliss blissBert bUasBert Misss MisssBert >
Bert Ball A 5

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