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GOVERNMENT GOVE 1ENT CONTROL OF OFRAILWAY OFRAILYAY OFRAiLWAY
RAILWAY RAILYAY CAPITAL CAPITALPresident CAPITALPresident CAPITALPresideut
President Taft has h s eea eea fertmmte ate H Hobtaining ill i iDbtaiRing i iobtaining
obtaining the t e service of five ve sock sc ep capable epable ¬
able b1e men as tfeoee tho e WM w 1aye nave YC e9B5eBtei e9B5eBteito eoeMeto ee se ted tedto
to serve cm tae oomaiseioB to investi investigate iaestigate inetigate ¬
gate the question of Govenmeat Cvernetrol eat con control COIitrol ¬
trol or oi railway eapitIizatwB T1 T1fact The TItefact Thefact
fact that CoBgress authorised led tfce a apointment q qpointment p ppointment
pointment of sttea S a eoausriseioA s8iGa at a its itslast itslast itslast
last session shows s that w we are amk amklngj JMlkIDgprogress ak akitgprogres
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and nd difficult problem pob4e lea of railroad regu regulation reg reg1atlon ¬
lation lationWithout htionWithout 1atlonWithout
Without adequate ad e control of capitali capitalization eapitaJiation eapiteliZation ¬
zation however it i je iflsposafale iMpos ipo We lor the theGovernment theGovernment I IGovernment
Government to regwlaie te the railroads raitroatlsefiectively railroadseffectively railroeseffectively
effectively Coagress e36 recognized r ThCUflIZed this thisfact ifact t tfact
fact when it took steps t to get et t inlormn inlormntion iRi iRition inioration
tion upon which to base le IegieMtiOII IegieMtiOIIThe isiatioa isiatioaThe t tThe
The comraisiofl COmDI 6sioB proWbir will not ot be beready Deready beready
ready to report at Ae next e t session but butthefact 1Mttthe bitttliefaet
thefact the fact that it is s at work and that it itwill itill itwill
will ill by bi next year be able to Jay be before be before before ¬
fore the lawmakers a comprehensive comprehensivestatement eoprelteneiestatement eoprebeneivestatement
statement of the capitalization c pitaJizatiolem ta1izt oaprob oaprobIem prob problem ¬
lem may encourage eDC us to hope that t IB IBthe i ithe ic icthe
the > near future the t e Government will willexercise willexercise willexercise
exercise over ov coaaoa carriers that au authority authority authonty ¬
thority which is necessary as the foun foundation f4MIIIdation foiadation ¬
dation for effective regulation regulationGIVING r regutatioiGIVING t Oll OllGIVING
GIVING GALLED PLACES A ACHANCE ACHANCE ACHANCE
CHANCE TO HEAL
Justice Motsefaaeeer M or ebaer r of Poughkeepsie PoughkeepsieI Pougllk ie ieL
I 1 Y is istion wile i8e i ia is ay y lid lidbon id genera generation
tion If Ifwebocejwesbkebjj Ifwebocejwesbkebjje we e had JROFe ore judges Kke him Millwe himire
ire e might set ot hear ltMrso so 1IIIIy1t many ay nafavoraoie itnIavovab4ecomments 0IdIIe 0IdIIecomments i icomments
comments on our divorce di fte statistics statitic3lrs ic icl1rs j jIrs
l1rs Irs Ja James es Turner sued JaMeS JaawsTurner JaMeSTurner JamesTurner
Turner for separation sepuat Olt an the grounds groundsof ouads ouadsof
of cruelty crueltv and aa ad Justice IorEdtaer MorEebaMeerieAii > ior cha ser serieam
ieam 1 eAit her eompiaint eoinL But did he bea grant granta gnuttdecree
a decree Not Nott at aIL He prescribed prescribeda
a remedy He issued an order restrain restraining restraining n ning ¬
ing James Turner from visiting Yisiti hie hiewife JialIe biscufe
wife speaking to her entering upon her herpremises Jterpre herpremises
premises pre ises or in any way homing 1toI com communication MIImumcatio eonmunkation ¬
munication with her r The judge e thinks thinksthat tJIiaksthat thinksthat
that at the end of a aonik otii James and andwife aacliie sdsire
wife iie will le ready ts live livehappily tegether tegetherhappily tether tetherbappily
happily again againJustice againJustice ai aiJustice
Justice Meracbanser Ior llltlsecy may ay ayMve pptmftlj pptmftljfcftve WYMve
Mve gotten got gotteahis his insphationfr iaapiration far f s suck efc it itis ithfrom itfrom
is hfrom from that delightful aid l w wnoman waR waRoman washoman
noman oman Aunt Mirandy J mad nde fntous fntousby faMOtIISby fonsby
by Dorothy Dix Di Who does oes not ut TecaJl naJIAunt reesilAunt i iAunt
Aunt Mirandys declaration M the iJtej sub subject subet ¬
ject j et t of o1vacations vacations vacationsYesBunn TaeatioDs1Yes6umc vacationsYessuini
YesBunn I i alias aJI1 goes olT 0 en a sum snmicer S1UIItter sumuer
icer vacaUon an D I gives gvea lice Dcemcaze one onebe onebecaze
be mcaze raze Is a merciful woman and I Ibelieves IbeI Ibplieves
believes beI ees dat evry wife ou OGght nt to let letter Jetrer letler
ter husband hm baR4I git t de chanst to sli slip slipoke d dyoke do do3nke
yoke oke of matrimony evry e now an JUlSo den dene don5r
e So as to ease his neck neck a little Uttle as ast allat aatt
at = t de galled places sit well wellHomely welLHomely W511Homely
Homely but t true as gospel the creed creedof ereedof creedof
of Aunt Mirswdy a might ht well be adopted adoptedby acIeptedbJ adoptedhy
by many man husbands and wives who And Andthemselves AIICIthfm5eVeij ed edthcm5eIYes
themselves after a few year of edatant oan oanEtant IJIItant
Etant association as with each other otherirritable erirritable otherirritable
irritable and given t hnatr busty cruei crueiEpeech enIel6peeeh crocispeech
speech Theres iher es s a denl iii C truth in inAunt iaAunt inAunt
Aunt Mirandys ooiaioa opinion that it eman tn time a aman aman
man an woman YO has Bved e togedder togeddergot togedderleven
1e leven n JDOIItM eMIt ef 4Ie yonr iley a6 a6got ha hagot I
got enough e and aadeach me s den enough enooghcaeh < f feach
each odders company j dey leTs < told each eachodder eachodder I Iodder
odder everything e ru dey knows an de deconversation deconversation i iconversati9R
conversation kinder > r runs low 10 in de bin binan binan binall
an des to make talk dey d der y begins to toargufy toar2Uh toargufy
argufy ar2Uh aa dat leads to scrappin an anmost anmst anmost
most genraHy dey lands ns B dc divor diWMS
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f court eoIHt or de cop comes along e an ande runs r1IBi runsdent
i dent de in for nmkni a ro roogh gn hawse hawseAeeoviing JIIIS JIIISi batsAccording <
i According A fe this wise ss 81Ht eotbaayer thsayer J fi of ofdusky 01dusky
i dusky skin o and clear kgfe in the sera semtratioa sepan sepanI seratio <
I tioa OI tio medicine works like file e proverbial proverbialcharm proverbleharsi al alcIIanK
charm When WJteaMinlMly Minuidy departs all she shecan sheeaa sheean
can see at the depot is a a p0 runty runtytittle lUIItylittle rustylittle
little nigger iser man wnl w a bald head an anstooped IIstoeped sastooped
stooped sfcoHJders ax erooked erookedThe legs legsThe JegsrIte
The tranefermatioR fen of Ike lkewllo who by bythe lty11te bythe
the way is very v flIrT y much like any of oftoe his biswhite hiswhite
white toe brothers DrO who might ht be subjected subjectedfe l jeeted jeetediI
fe a Ofe same experiment exp eatis iiitientis is thus thusdescribed tJntsItleseribei thusIdeseribed
Itleseribei described by Aunt Mirandy MirandyI
I aint been gone mo mO dan three days daysbsfo 4Iaaheto dapsbsfo
t bsfo he sorter lt negios lI to improve J Jy in inmy 35my
my y mind when I thinks about Mm Mman him himI
I an a 5 ny de end of de fust we week lc I finds findsdat Aads4lat Sadsdat
dat I is I abra ahrar1R dn to de women dat datI
I meets up wid about 1 etIt what a apaaonabteleoI taO taOpumonahle4ookhn a apassonaMeleokin
passonaMeleokin n man I is married marriedto marriedto
to An hits de same e wid Ike I cosoef C08MIIfIt me mehome
home It an you better believe hes besto glad gladto gladto
to see me an a Ts glad Iad to see him hi hiI him an anI in
I dont doD notice dem bow legs of o htssen htssenan Jalaieall hiesenan
an d cJe fast fu t word dat he says 11 to tome me is isLand 18Land isLnnd
Land of Goshen GoshenIrandy tfirandy nuady how you youis youI youIs
I is feU off I declare to gracious def defi de deI deaist
i aint none of dose heals young gala salsdat piadat galadat
I dat a got a ngger er laic yourn yournThe yournT1te yoursThe
The application of ot waehtnb t1Ib philoso philosophy philosoplsy ¬
I pity to court procedure in the ease of ofMr ofI ofMr
I Mr and Mrs James Turner must sr3ce sr3cethe szikethe
the unbiased unbiased observer o as particttfeurly particttfeurlyappropriate particatarlyappropriate PSrtIcnarIYappropriate
appropriate Theres a tip in it t too tAtofw toofof o ofor
for many 5fly men aad a women Before BefJPIIg nl itlag nling
lag a petition for divorce try Aunt AuntMirandys 4unt 4untlirys t tI
Mirandys J preventive preventiveFUND prevetiYeFUND preventiveFUND
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FUND NEEDED FOR MANUFAC MANUFACTURES 1IANUFACTURES MANTJFACTURES ¬
TURES COMMITTEE COMMITTEETile
Tile good Od work dose by y the thetioit e INmJt INmJttioa trv n ntion
tion committee of the Chamber of ofCommerce ofCeree ofCommerce
Commerce since the adoption of 1 the theplan tJIepia thepins
plan to place at its disposal a sub substantial substaatial substautiJ ¬
stantial fund contributed especially for forgetting foraacl forgetUag
getting and entertaining eat eatea conventions conventionsenmhasisea nyentio nyentioemphasiucs
enmhasisea ea the necessity JtU 8 ty of 4Kas establish esiablishcewmittee establishlag
as a si similar tilar fl for Ute use of Ute Uteittee thecommittee
committee ittee on 011TIle onThe manu actures acturesThe
The business of bringing briag industries Jadustriesto
to Washington Washi the work of ofue aiding aidingthem ailingthea
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them in every reasonable way after afterthey aftertile alterthey
they tile get et here ere > and the development of ofindustries elJ ofi
industries i dries Already J ready established ed consti constitute eoMtitIIte conotitate ¬
tate UK primary purpose for which the theChamber tileber theChamber
< Chamber ber of Commerce was wasTJte organised organisedThe organisedThe
The committee on manufactures adure has hasdone 1tudoae hasdone
done excellent eat work but t it baa Mead been beenhandicapped beenhandicapped
handicapped ad by tile limited funds xt xtits 1ftits atits
its command acl fet necessary expenses expensesIt 4Xf etaS es esIt
It has had to depend on 011ilOlR appropriations appropriationsfrom
from the fixed general revenues le of the theChamber theo1 thecibei
Chamber er derived front f fre annual dues It Itshould ItI itshould
I should have ve at its disposal a s special specialfund peeiali1llld specialfond
fund i1llld solicited for ior 0 the specine purpose purposeof
of enabling it te broaden iU it AeLl eW ot otwork etwork otwork
work workAn workAn
worka
An experiment which w iell is being worked workedout werkedGIlt workedout
out in Kansas City might be a good goodthing goodto goodthing
thing to try in Washington W m ilk riew ot otthe ottlM ofthe
the oueeeoo with W t when that Western Westerntw W Wtewa WesterutohandIes
tw tewa tohandIes handles everything Cl it undertakes undertakesThere undertakesibre k k11tHe
There tile Commercial aI Club is striving striringto strivinghas
te build 11ft the industries it already alredyas alreadyhas I
has by by bringing about the t e eooperatMn eooperatMnof eooperatioof
of manufacturer er jobber jshb retailer retail r and andIt andc I
c asomer 1DeI It is gathering ga gztheri information informationfrom ialoeaationfrees ea eafMIII
from every vry manufacturer f and will use 1IetsMw useft e eit
ft tosfcew t rIee th four interests eonerad eoneradr esnetrnyL esnetrnyLnow e ei4fw
i4fw now r they can help each eonotber other TotmU TotmUA To uu uuc thetshbs
A P c A shbs u S itaKer n T eeof4 Jt Jtbuer
taKer a letter Jetteruf reouesting feifermatiyi feifermatiyin
on n tk uf th1liawing fsttgwing onbjt onbjtPirntname 8nsjc tTi i iytr i iJrlnt
ytr Jrlnt Pirntname Pirntnameados t name nameJLntonnt DIDCte
ados adoslte
lte te of orpahl8ttea orpahl8tteaJaollllt orgnIatlonAmount
JLntonnt of capital el itAlat at t start startAmount startAJDOUnt tert tertAmount
Amount investedSat Invest at start stareKnmber startKamber startXumber
Knmber of employes eMpIeYt at start startAmount startYalueoC startValue
YalueoC Value of first year years output otputAmoullt outputAmount
Amount of capital January 1 1 1999 1999Amount 1 1Amount 1S 1SAmount
Amount invested January 1 1Value 1 1Value 1Value >
Value of output outputNumber 1999 1999Number 1 1Number
Number of employee 1 1Kinds ThO ThOKinds 1999 1999Kinds
Kinds of goods manufactured maaafaetlHMNames manufacturedNames manufacturedNantes
Names of brands brandsT bran brandsDo L LDo
T Do > o you buy goods outside of Kan Kansas X Xsas ¬
sas City which now are being ltetn ltetnfaetured manu manufactured mansfactured ¬
factured in Kansas City If so why
What firms la Kansas City sell y yproduct 7r 7rproduct yourproduct
product productWhat productWht productWhat
What firms in Kansas 88 City should shouldsett sbo8ldBell shouldsell
Bell your product which wtaklttlo do not now nowIs BOWI nowIs
Is I there any way ia I a wide which w we can caneooj eaacooperate cancooperate
eooj cooperate rat with ad assist you in de developing deve1optaS deveinng ¬
veloping and extending exteD illf your factory factoryoutput actol7evtJNIt factoryoutput
output outputHow evtJNItJIw outputHow
How about your fuel supply watersupply watersupply water watersupply
supply etc Can we assist you ia iareductag I Ireductg Isreducing
reducing the cost costHow eostI
I How H far from K Kansas City CltTlle no you yousell YtMIsell yousefl
I sell goods goodsConsidering oedAI goodsConsidering
I Considering its limited fa facilities 6 es the theChamber eC thechamber
Chamber of Commerce through 1Ju k its
committee on manufactures has done donevaluable ooenhMbie doneralible
valuable and effective elfe tive work for the thecommunity thecommunity I IeoalBtlBity
community However the practicabil practicability practicability ¬ i iity
ity and advantage adYB of the special fund fundpisji f1lMplaA fundplait
plait has been so dearly eleanyin demonstrated demonstratedin
in the case e of the convention eoavea 8 commit committee committee t ttee ¬
tee that no time should be lost ost in inadopting i iit inadopting
adopting it for the manufactures Wle com committee COMMittee cammittee ¬
mittee in i order to equip that tzatioa organi organization organization ¬
zation with the means to achieve the thegreatest tJtetest thegreatest
greatest test possible success suece ia iaiDdustries bringing bringingindustries bringingIndustries
industries to Washington aad in i de developing de detAose developing ¬
veloping those that are already here hereIS hereIS hereIS
IS IT DISORDERLY TO CALL CALLAMA3STALIAR CALLA CALLAMANLIAR
AMA3STALIAR AMA3STALIARBy A lIAi A LIAR LIARBy
By handing down a decision that t it itis i
is 1 not disorderly conduct acl1ICt to call a aJiar man mana maita
a a list nar Justice J Gramaa G of f Baltimore Baltimorehas Baltimorehas < e eJIaf
has raised an interesting iat question The Thewho TIlecue Theease
cue under consideration ea was ut of ofa ofa
a puenger en a BaltilllOre tt1et stret car care earwho
who called the conductor a lair I in ia a avery aecy avery
very ecy amet ft and digniied iW manner The Theconductor TIleCOIIIIhtetor Thecondudor
conductor had him J arrested fer din disorderly dbenledy dinordeiiy ¬
orderly conduct conductSine eetMhietS cendueLSince
Sine there was Was no actual breach of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the peace peee Jostke Gmman acted wisely wiselyin
in i taking a a broad reM and simple pie view ot ottbe 0Ute orthe
Ute ease and releasing releas ig the tIIei prisoner but butif 1MItif butif
if the epithet bad resulted in HOTS HOTSthe We7stile hIsrethe
the weight t of authority atltlt rity probably probahljxwonld probablyww probablywould
would have been against the learne learneJustice learned JeanMdJ1IStiee learnedJustice
Justice for abusive ahsi epithets aTe haviuenairy aTeaty bareusually
usually been held as euiuIeat efWvaient to i inest tile tileJi thetrt
nest Mow 1110 and to justify retaliation retaliationThey retal retaliationThey oII oIIT1te7ue
They T1te7ue are axefrowned frowned up upon n by ByiJte the law lawcakwlaied is isrwell aseakulated
cakwlaied to feud to a breach OfOf of f 1 1peace the thee theOf
peace peaceOf e
rwell Of eeurse eIHI e there arevarieus are va ons ki kiof kinds kiIICi6of kindsof
of lies lies as Tcuckgone T OBe has well 1 1us told toldus
us 1 and according to his whhncal whhncalreasoning wh whin whinreasoning mseaI mseaIreasoning
reasoning it was only ethe the lie tiirect tiirector iirectI
I or the lie ia i the seventh degree which whichrequired whichrequired whichrequired
required a man to avenge his honor honorTheotaer honorfieot honorTheother
Theotaer Ber > six six it will be recalled reeaDedJ were wereI werej
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the retort courteous the quip quipModest quipthe quipmodest
Modest the reply churlish the re reproof reproof re reproof ¬
proof valiant Mthe the countercheck quar quarrelsome quareJf18OMe quarrelsonie ¬
relsome and the t c lie circumstantial circumstantialafter circumstantialafter circumstantialafter
after which came 4ftJte the lie Jiedi direct cct The Thefool TIlefool Thefool
fool of of Arden added Ail these you youmay youmay vou vouy
may y avoid except the tJlelie lie direct directAnd direct directABd 3IireetAnd
And the eridsrec goeeio oesto show showtJt showtJtthe that thatthe thatthe
the epithet Justice Graiman passed passedupon 4upon passedupon
upon was distinctly tly 4 4tI4o tho o lie direct directTbe dircctThe directThe
The revival of this popular popul r nick nickname ni niekname k kJIaMe ¬
name for persons whose w hose ose veracity veraci wo woqBesti w wowstien weqwstion
qBesti owstien ll makes it timely to determine determineonce dotenniDe0tICIe determineoI
once oI for all if Justice Grannan is cor correct corNet cotrect ¬
rect in hoMing bo4d it to be orderly con conduct tAdud cosduct ¬
duct to call I a man a liar liarHOW liarHOW iar iarHOV
HOW WILL THE POLITICAL POLITICALBAROMETER POLITICALBAROMETER POLITICALBAROMETER
BAROMETER READ READLittle READI READLittle
I Little old Vermont Vn t will hold the t eeea eeeaIter ecu center ecuter ¬
Iter ter of the political stage s etac tomorrow ix ixspite b bspite isspite
spite of Mr Taft blonelSRooseveltconservation Tone14tooeeveIt Tone14tooeeveItouiervatioii blonelSRoosevelt onellRooseveJttioa
conservation tioa the old guard gsai nI and aU alltbe aUthe aUthe
the rest of the nrstpagers that have havebeen Jtav Jtavbeet leavebeen
been attracting at attention for tfyj tle last lasttwo as astwo lasttwo
two weeks Vermont win elect State Stateoftjcers Stateot6een StateoIceiu
oftjcers two tw Representatives Repreelltat vC6 in Con Congress Ce Ceaad Congresa ¬
gress and a Legislature Legi61 turc that will elect otacta eIaetUaiW
a United States Senator Se tor There is MO MOinsurgent soinsurgent 0 0I
I insurgent organisation MpJIia orasiaation on ht s Vemiont Vern ont the theiswe UteS8tIe theleone
leone there being almost 11R08t strictly parti partisan rlisaa partiSan ¬
san saaAlwais Always being b the first State to held bahiam MWI heldan
I am Jirtian el ciissi and being bei normally Repub RepubKCKR R8fItliraH Itopsebiit3
KCKR by et bott 25fleO 5 OOO Vermont is isere mo mosidered on onstdered
stdered r ere re or leas of a a political politicalbnromeirr politieaJI politicalbaromt
I bnromeirr baromt foretasting fJ454l5 i the political peWticalevents politicalI politiesievents
I eVftItalJl events X i KT cember w ber Thats the reason reasonpoKtiriini reasonitielMss I
poKtiriini itielMss of all stripes are waiting waitingeagerly wai waiI waitingeny
I eagerly eny for the returns from fro the Green GreenMountain Greeti GreenMoaatois
i Mountain Stoic tomorrow W night nightThe nightThe t tTIle
The ahmatrh tda annauncimj aDav tnat tnatmeteor a aMeteoc ameteor
meteor has be landed fll > n Orego OiOfOdtt tt Is ns nspectet sunpected w wpectetl
pectetl pectet ny the wen informed MConMdtIt wag snn snnJected b becd
Jected ecd to an error in traiitiuliwioii I t 3ar 3arwhich iTOr brwhich
which Or co was substftwtell ubiiti tfIII ted for Kin AUnTheres Kinaeeota Mm MmTheres
aeeota aeeotaTberea
Theres nsmn eomaHatteu eomaHatteuthought latlea iii me metlIeGIdrt tl tltgbt
thought that if one te to par t te tetile tCa tCathe snena snenathe
the summer unmer at Newport ewpert he 1M1i5 > Is also hm too toopoor toopocK toopoor
poor to get t nervous prostration ufroIa ufroIaNewport from fromNewport fromNewport
Newport NewportBefore socteUtm socteUtmBefore SodalitiSBefore
Before scttma worked ed up up over the thetaestton theoaWldtlOD theuestlon
taestton uestlon of State rlghte It might be beweB 1Mwd bewell
weB for the conservaiionlats A uado hts to And Andout aiout miout
out from the colonel whether States Stateshave StaeGhave Stateshave
have any riata riataIf rhtaif tL tLIf
If the Chicago schools realty teach teachgirls teh3IrIs teachh
girls h Ia plumb plumbing as a proposed theseH tbewellbe tbewellbeODe be bechum beone
ODe chum of women te the future vture ttou ttoun tJlateajoys tiestenjoys
enjoys real depOOCO depOOCOIn J 988Ce 988CeIa
Ia vieW oC the fa t that women aYe aYeIteea havebeen
been wearlag willS for many yenre its itstbe7 Itsetrsige
etrsige they n nones were able M ny be beTbe be befOft before
fore V
fOftTIle
TIle mat remarkable thing bout boutMorae bout boutMoranes
Moranes s stunt te that he broke his hisTbe JaI8reconI hisrecm
reconI recm witboat be hisne hisneThe netic neticThe
The woman who want te be krx kToWII kToWIIas wn wnas
as 5 extravagant traVaPD now boasts of hex cot cotton egttOIl cotton
ton instead of her sOk k kIt dresses dressesabout HS HSIt
It reported that LIttIeJ Littie Joe Brown BroWlla1 is isabout
about to announce his candidacy al for fort forr forXIc forGeotla
Geotla r 1 1s
s untryisisV untryisisVadcVp XIc adcVp a atement cx cxemeut
emeut t orar f11IIrt or a ak a PaDaIW IeedeR at atJiM a atids
JiM k e this thisthe tbL tbLr tidsp
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the fun mU7hd picnic basket ptocassion ptocassionJ a All a aTIt8
J Th TIt8 Amrveious rv rVeO53 oas part oC th t tinwnie whole thmg thmgm umgs
1 s 1 m > he heeSVIt does it without wttboafThe sch schThe 1 1i
i The weather evidently doesnt realise realisethat reaIiBetI realiset
that t this is laan an R month monthTABLET monthTABLET monthTABLET
TABLET TO MEMORY MEMORYOF MEMORYOF
OF MARINES KILLED KILLEDServices KILLEDServices KILLEDServices
Services Tomorrow at Charleston CharlestonNavy CharlestonNavy CharlestonNavy
Navy Yard for Men Massacred Massacredat
V at Samar SamarBOSTOX SamarBOSTON V
BOSTOX Mass x Sept 4 4111 In memory memoryof 017of memoryof
of the men of the Fcst FIpt Battalion B ttaUeB of ofmarines ofmarlDe ofmarines
marines who lost their Urea during an anthe aa1D slnsurrectlou
lnsurrectlou 1D rectIoR em t Island or SaaIer ia iatbe inthe
the massacre e of 3Si t a tablet was waserected wallerected waserected
erected today at the Charfestewn Charle to J NaY NaYYard avy avyI aryYard
I Yard YardThese V V
Yardbeee These men who 110 have e never since eupce e1teeIt e1teeItbeard been beenbeard beenheard
beard of of were George e Foster Haver Haverhul HaverbUI Haverbin
hul bUI bin N H H Thomas Brett PhttadatpMa PhttadatpMaThurston PMladetpRIIIThurston PhiladelphiaThurstoet
Thurston Murray uY Washington biDS WiUtejm WiUtejmBrown WIWUSBrown I Iron
Brown Alken S C James WoodiShelburn WOOdShelburn Wood VoodSbe1bant
iShelburn Sbe1bant Falls Mass X 5 Patrick Coanell ConoeHShenandoah CoanellSheDaDdOah CoanellbenndOSb
Shenandoah Pa Eugene Saaguel cia Cincinnati em emdnti ciacfnnatl ¬
cinnati and Joseph Bro e Washington WashingtonThe WashingtonI1Ie WashingtonThe
The Rev ritoer nther Chadwick CbaG wtck chaplain chaplainot cha1alnor
ot the battalion will make the address addressat a4 addreseat re e eat
at the ceremonies
GOVERNORS TO ATTEND ATTENDSAVANNAH ATTENDSAVANAH ATTENDSAVArAH
SAVANNAH Ga G Scot sept 5 5TbeSO 5TbeSOensors 5The The gov governors governois ¬
ernors of Georgia Florida South SouthCarolina SouthCar1ina southCarolina
Carolina Alabama and anGXJ Miesissi Miesissiare MlisippI MlisippIare trlni trlniare
are expected expec to attend the unveH unveHof unveiling 1JnveHbagof
of the 35000 monument and statue statueof sttueCJt statueof
of Gen James Edward dwaxd Opletherp O etbe1N at atSavannah atSavanah atSavannah
Savannah on November 15 15Whats iiWfzafs 16Ii1rhats
Ii1rhats Whats on the Program in inWashington inWasJ InL InAmuseeAitz
L Washington WashingtonAmusements WasJ ngton ngtonAmusements
Amusements AmusementsToaight AmusementsTo AmuseeAitzTonight
Tonight ToaightBelaeco To TonightBe1ascoCO5 ght ghtBeI8coCoB
BeI8coCoB Belaeco Con tt Co SJ5 p Po in inNatistwd mNatillbalIbe xn4TatlIThe
NatillbalIbe Natistwd The Sorin Sf 81i i iColumbia t p m meotumbiaTIIe aColumisa
Columbia eotumbiaTIIe The Marriage of E3try StU StUCnases S1ict si sip
p UL ULChase
Cnases ct Chase sP sPollt PoUte Ute vaudeville S15 l p m mAcademy R1Aca aAcadcwYThO
Academy Aca AcadcwYThO nae Tbe Boy From Wall all Street StreetSUSP StreetSJi Streetp
SUSP SJi Po p at atLyceum mG aGayety
G Gayety tYXJdnielrt n dnigbt Maidens IWeosSJi 515 p pBeIleg m mLyceumKe
Lyceum LyceumKe Kentucky BeiiesSS BeIIeii 81i p m mCasino moCoattaaouS aa1roCoadnDOUS
Casino a1roCoadnDOUS oCoattaaouS ContJnnous motion pictures and andvantfevHle 3Mvaa andva1udevUle
vantfevHle vantfevHleCownoa vaa evlUeC
Cownoa C OonUnuous 1IOUS motion picturesand pictures pic plctsresAvenue lres lresAvenue
and vaudeville vaudevilleAvenue
Avenue Grand dVaudevllle Vaudeville and motion motionpictures motionpictures motionplctur
pictures picturesMajestic plctur plcturMajestacMVlation
Majestic > MajestacMVlation jestIcM Marlon dou pictures and made vaudeville madevine ooe ooeville ¬
ville villeaiaeetc vineMasotc T TKte
aiaeetc AudKoriam Al AuditortomM0t10fl ltoriumIotion Motion pictures picturesGeorgetown pictur picturGeot1 picturesGeorgdOWn
Georgetown Geot1 Open Air Theater TheeterMoUon TheeterMoUonnares TheaterMotionniotures Motion Motionpictures
pictures nares and vaudeville vaudevilleGhm V8IH1eV1fleGlea vassievifleGina
Gina Bcho Echo ChOI Imncmg and andmotion motion plc pictures plctureL plcLLeaPSXkMU5iC ¬
tures turesrona tureLI4ma
rona LLeaPSXkMU5iC Park ParltiIIU8k Mosfc and vaeflaviHe vaeflaviHetase vautIavHeCbeIY vaMevfflcChory
CbeIY aae tase LakftSeetJon LSk Seetloft ot 0 Marine Mariner MarineArcade MadAaBaad iariaeBand
r Band BaadI BandArcadeuMc
Arcade AeIusI Music aDd motion pictures on oaroof onroof onrOg2od
roof rOg2od garden gardenExcursions V VExcursions
I
Excursions Today TodayKnights T TodayKntghta day dayK
Knights K of Labor extursfcm n to toHallBoat Alarshali AlarshaliHall
Hall HallBoat Boat leaves leaveswharf Seventh street streetwharf stIeetwlaarf
wharf to a a m 2 P1 and 535 535old 31 JJ pra praOld m mOld
Old Point Comfort Com on and Norfolk orfolk steamer steanierleaves steamerleaves steamerlenves
1 leaves Seventh street wharf 645 6 64 p m mChesapeake m mChesapeake rnchesapeake
Chesapeake Beach BeaebTraiD8 Trains leave leove Dis District Dis District jistrict ¬
trict line IIu 2J 3 tI 7 7Ji 7I and 945 9 94 p m mIndian mIndian aIndian
Indian Head Headste HeadSteaiuer Steamer mer Charles Ivlaca lacalester Macalester Ivlacalester
lester leaves Seventh Seventhstre street t wharf
636 p m mThe m mThe V
The Tin liJPes es will be pleased to an announce announce announce ¬
nounce meetings m etings and entertainments enterta ments in inthis inth1s inthis
this cilunm c 11umn Phone or write wrft announce annJun aunounenefltsJ e emeets
meets nefltsJ V V
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MRS MFf WILSON LuU LuUWife Qf GIVES GIVESIN GIVESINFORMALLUNCHEON
IN INFORMALLUNCHEON INFORMALLUNCHEONWife ORr AL LUNCHEON LUNCHEONWife
Wife of Assistant Secretary Secretaryof
of State Hostess HostessToday HostesToday HostessV
V V Today TodayMn
TodayWUIonr
Mn Huntington TOteon wife of the theAssistant theaas
Assistant 1 aas Secretary S of q State entertained entertainedtefofsaally eatel1alned eatel1alnedWaIIJ catarlabiedinformally
informally at luncheon e today at her tee resmenoa raIdeIICe teeIdence
menoa Us K street streetKIn
4 4Miss + 5 5JOss
JOss Mabel Boardmaa who ha habeen ball ballMea habeis
been spending tb tIN season with h her helP herpatenta r rparents
parents P Mr XIand and Mrs William Willi J JBoardman JJoardmaa 7 7lloardmu
Boardman at their summer place at atManchester atKaDcheater atManchester
Manchester Mass lIIa has arrived at atNewport atN4wpon atNewport
Newport and is the guest of airs airsSlater lIrsSlater M1LSlater
Slater at Hopedene HopedeneMrs Hoped HopedMnt BopodeueMrs
Mrs iJaraes James F Barboar B our and d Xi XiJIIaI1Jaerlte Miss MissMrnertte k kMarguerite
Marguerite Barbour who spent the thegreater thtSIWlter thegI
greater gI entr part of the summer at E tlan tlantte Uantic tiantic
tic City have arrived at t the Virginia VirginiaHot VlrllntaHot VirginiaHot
Hot Springs where they will ill spend spendthe spendthe spendthe
the autumn season Mrs Barbour Harbourd Barbourand
and d Miss 1IU Karbour spent the last week wekvisiting weekvisiting ek ekvleltla
visiting vleltla < on the North Shore ShoreMrs ShereMn ShoreMr
Mrs Mr Marshall XanhaJl and Dd KIN Malt Xaltland XaltlandXar MaitlandMarshall land landMarshall
Marshall Xar bal1 wife and daughter of Gen GenWilliam GenWill GenWilliam
William Will L L Marshall who spent th tteaion thIn thseason >
season eaion In Atlantic City and Dd the Vir Virginia VlrIa Virginla ¬
ginia Ia Wbita Whit Sulphur Springs have rr rrtnm rftllrDe4 rcturned
tnm turned d to Washington and have ve open opened oPfned opened ¬
ed their residence on Bancroft Place PlaceMrs Placpr PlacpKra PlaceMrs
r J
Mrs Thomas Tho T Gaff < who was the theguest th tht theuost
guest uost t for a few f days last week of ofMr ofMrs
Mr Mrs Frank 2111s XIII at t Ctaarfteld Bar BarHarbor BarHrbor BarHarbor
Harbor has aa returned to her h summer summerhome ulPmerhome summerhome
home at Ostervttle otervtleWKary terrlie Mas MasMiw Mass MassMiss
Miss WKary Mary Massing ManatagWedt MassingWeds a aVeda
Veda Patrick J tsrj tsrjMiss ieiy ieiy1IIary ielyMha
Miss Mary K M Mtnhmg jteg daughter of ofMr ofXr ofMr
Mr as 1M Mrs x John 10 Mannlsg Man M Bins was mar married 11IIIIe4 maried ¬
ried ied to Patrick Pat ik J Kirty of New Tort Tortthis T TtJda Yorkthin
this momma merisisg at 9 oclock clodt The TIMDIOIIy Themony cere ceremony ¬
mony which was performed perf in at Mat Matthews XattIIe Metthaws ¬
thaws tIIe v Catholic thoiIe Church by the paor paorthe p pastsrtb ec ecI
the tb Jtev Thomas s S Lee Lee was attondafl a aJarty
by a small party of relatives and andonda
onda
Miss Irene Manning ias her IMrOIIIT atora atoraonly
OIIIT atteMaDt and w WUhlem Plyan was wasIDII
best man for Mr KIeI7 KIeI7A
A wedding 1 naktat brekfa was Nned NnedtIM at atthe
tIM residence of the 1Iiride parents at
MIS Eighteenth street and later In the theday
da day Mr Mrfuture r Dd M Mrs Kiely left Wr Waabur Waaburlea
lea for New Yorkr York where they w1 wL make maretheir
their future futu home homeT homeMr homeMr homeMr
T
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Mr aDd Mrs X written Wifliam S S Knox hare harereturned aftretnMd barereturned
returned to their home oa New Hamp Rampshire Hampshire ¬
shire lire avenue eeue from from Atlantic City where wseee
they spent a portion of the suenaer
They were accoopaniea by their theirlB di dtugh dtughtsr ven venter ¬
ter Mrs Harry Smith kb Berry of o oTille ofrne Kaj KajVan
Tille rne Tens lid theIr 1IIIeee deco MI 1tl1a 1tl1aV fuu fuuVan
Van V Arsdale Arsdalem Anlda1eJIra ArudaleMrs
Mrs Berry ret1llDed to her bun JI8
m ill Sftmhville Nv 1e and Miss Van Arsdal is
the guest ueat of Dr and aa Mrs iMUams lhama at atI atIAJabertavtJle atLambertsvifle
I IAJabertavtJle mWtaviile N J 8b 8be ie wnl return to toWashington Ietile I
Washington the latter part of tins week weekMr weekMr weekMr
Mr and Mrs Edward E4twanI E4twanIelr Bwwn ruwo and andtheir andtheir
their elr young yo son are sssnitui the themonth theIIIOIItII themonth
month of September S ptember a at atIlL M CLieamdi3iro CLieamdi3iroMiss aafo > ro ror roMtsa
IlL IlLMi8a r
Miss ReKhar anl Bride Bn4eOf B BOf BrideOf
Of Horace M X M MAunouneeusent LappeW LappeNAJlJHMIDeelDeDt i iAnnouncement
Announcement is made of the mar mrri mari j jrtege
rtege ri i of Miss Hazel P Retenard Retenarddaughter ReJeIaanidau5hter Reichaiddaughter
daughter of Mr and Mrs Randolph RandolphBetemwtf BaDdelpiaI RandolphMelchaid
I Betemwtf to Horace M IL LAppoM 1AppokITIte 1AppokITIteW The Thewedding lbewedduig
wedding W daaa took place Saturday evening evening3elahfir eyenia eyeniaa
l 3elahfir a slw W a a at oclock 4fcltMlkPreab a at 4haVNxnt 4haVNxntPresbyterian o lttr i iPresbyterian
Presbyterian Preab Church the pastor the theHer tJaeRfl theRev
Her Donald Campbell Ma 54d d tftod o oC dt dtIa f fdriatbj
C driatbj Ia < iatfcns in the he presence IK e efl of e a a small smallparty smallfrty
party fl rty of relatives and a few intimate intimatefrfrcntts lIittmteMr intimatefriends
friends frfrcnttsMr friendsMr
Mr and Mn LappoM left leftI Washing Washington Washingten ¬
I ton immediately after the wecldhtgeEreRY weddingcorcemay wedding weddlnVceremony
ceremony for 01 Xorfollc Va Va V They will willmake wHIfDke willpuke
make their future hisme ta iIItea Washing Waabington Washingto
ton to
V Vi
tonMr j i V
Mr and Mrs rs Oorse A A Smith mJtk th of ofWashington oCWuhlB ofWablagton
Washington ton < are spending a atone time 1DetD timeIn timein
in Atlantic City guests at the New NewCansbloa NewCmb NewmbIos
Cmb Cmbr Cansbloa mbIos mbIosMr
P I IMr
Mr r mid ad Mrs M 1 Bennett ft5 ft5Piebmond Poryear of ofRichmond ofRieIuDoDd
Richmond Va have b ve issue Ieau invitations invitationsCor hn hnCor
Cor the marriajte of then davr da = ter terMiw tee1Ii115 terMiss
Miss Elizabeth Leroy Purjr Puiyesr ar to Henry HenryWise H11UWille Henrywise
Wise Mayo oa Wednesday W afteraoonSeptember afteraoon afterosU tteraoenSeptember
September 14 at 4 oclock at t twcod lge lgewcod ge gewood
wcod near Orange Va VaMbs ValIPS VsMn
lIPS Purvear PII and Mr Mayo fa are anIDe bock bockmembers bothmembers
members IDe of of nromintet Virginia famines faminesand taIIdIIeaaDIIFe famlfl famlfland
and aDIIFe are re well known in Washington WashingtonMrs W Wi Washington1e
Mrs i 1e Rtrhard Rk nl OBrfea OBne and Miss Ger Gertrcd Gerf Gertrde
trcd trde > OBrfen f ef Washington W are areseendter aNpe arespending
spending pe aa some 80IIIS time t in J Atlantic City CityMiss CItyattJM cityauu
auu attJM attJMM at the Edpuwaim EdpuwaimMiss
Miss M Loufce C Wilson of oePvrtaer oePvrtaerif thePurtaer thePurtaersndtita the Portner Portnerrore
if sndtita a fItwn wdaYn at Ocenit Grove GroftI GroveAnnomceme rore roreX
X J JAnnouncement
T
Announcement AnDOUK femsde is l m8de of the mar marriage marriale marrare ¬
riage rare of Miss > 18 Laura Hagood H3 Alexander Alexanderof
I of Bhmiacfaann AMu Al ai Ii l David H Al Alexander AIexancler Alexnder ¬
exander of WasWnptcr Th The wedding weddingtook wedclin wedclintook weddinglook
took pluoe Saturday aft moon Septetn Septetntbe 8eptemer 5p 5pher
er 3 3 at 4 o ocbdc at t te e 1MU8 paraon3ge ft f1 f1I Ofthe
the Wt t Vernon Place Methodist Episco Episcopal EpitJeopal Episconl ¬
pal nl Church South sc otb the pastor the jtev jtevJ
I J H Veils 11B ofnctextas m is tbe tbeor nrejace nrejaceof nretfmoeof
of a small party of retattves o and friends
Mr Mras and M Mrs Bran s S eaer amerea Ave Avetheir
I as 8 their house homeguest guest for a few fewDuaa1d iewDonald days daysDonald
Donald McKaig of oft ofPUisburs t PltIr PUisburs 5 5fer Pa PaLeave PaLeave
Leave fer Visit VilRtI VisitTo VisitTo
I To Mexicaa Capital CapitalMr CapitaLXrIUMlns CapitaLMr
Mr XrIUMlns and Mrs GranTffle R RFerte6ft1le RFerte6ft1lei vForte i e eleft
i left Washington w yesterday y for Mexico Mexicoto YedMi Mexicoto
i to attend tteDd the Mexican centennial cele celebration ceteuea celeisdos ¬
bration brationi brationMrs ueaXJ isdosMrs
i
Mrs Wayne Parker Parker wife of Repre Representative Rpresentadre Jie JieMllt8tWe ¬
sentative Parker Is S8o spending dIzIc diac some time timewith tilaewIt timewith
with Mn and Mrs Douglass Robinson R Ri Robinsonat rToteiasoDat
i at Henderson 1La4u 1C NM T TMt Ti
i Mt JIIha M CTMeara of w Washtngton access accompanied ee9mIRed accessnaiod ¬
panied IRed by her sister 8l Miss Margaret MargaretForbes KUlretaDd Margaretrotbes
Forbes and Miss Ellen OBoea are arespendte ant arespendln
spendte t a few days m ia Atteittic At1a tlc City Citysu CItype Cityguests
su pe st at t the thewJa Snoreham SnorehamMiss ShorOhauLMiss
Miss Ruth Causey of Battfenora re Md Mdto Xd XdIs
to sneauteg sponiflngVseveral l U 111 several days in Washington Washingtonvhrtting WA Washingtonvisittag Oft OftvtsItiJlf
vhrtting friends at the Farther lrtnerMms lw FartherMba ler lerXJ
Mba Dam Kline of 2fastta8l ninobur ur ur urVa WVs W WVa
Va who spent the last week visiting vteitlntfriends vI8IUOIfI1etId8 visitingfriends
friends on Capitol HH1 iIas ass returned to toher wher toher
her home homeBOSTON bomeBOSTON homeBOSTON
BOSTON MAN ENTERS ENTERSRACE ENTERSRACE ENTERS ENTERSRACE
RACE FOR GOVERNOR GOVERNORCharles GOVERNORI GOVERNORCbar1ess GOVERNOR GOVERNORCharlesS I
Charles Cbar1ess S Hamlin Is a Candidate Candidatefor Candidatefor Candidatefor
for the Democratic Nomi Nomif Nomination Nomit10
f
V V V nation nationj flJflV t10 t10DOSTCh V
j VV BOSTO Sept SePt 5 5Cbr1e6 Charles S soHamlJn soHamlJntbeW SiTamItn SiTamItnthe Samite Samitethe
the tbeW weUIoaown lawyer awyeralldDemocratIe awyeralldDemocratIelea and Democratle Democratleleader Deaociatleleader
leader lea er ofthte of this city who was Assistant AssistantSecretary AssIstantSecretary AssistantSecretary
Secretary Secretary Secretaryof V of the theTree Treasury ury during one oneof eRef oneof
of the Cejeveland C AdlDbd Administrations is Iscaadi a acaiKUdate acandidate
ate caadi for the DeeooeraIc Demoera Ic wftmina wftminatioa nOminaties
ties for governor at the coming State Stateconvention StateconventioD Stateconvention
convention on Octobjer OctobjerMr 5 5Mr 5 5Mr
I Mr Hamltns Ha ItDs willingness w ling11e86 to accept the thenomination theDODluaUon thenomination
nomination became known when Ed EdLward Eward Edward
ward A McClintock > cC1int of Springfield Springfieldmade Springfieldmade Springfieldmade
made public a letter received r jved by him himfrom himfrom himfrom
from Mr Hamlin Mr McCltatock McClinto k had hading hadpreoYsli badpreioisly
preoYsli preioisly written to Mr Ha1i11in ask asking askIns
ing the iatters lattes views iews on public ques questions Questions questions ¬
tions and also inquiring if Mr Hamlin Hamlinwould Hamlinwould Hamlinwou1
would wou1 > e a candidate for nomination fur furgov brgere
gov gere V L V
HAPPY HAIPY1 THOUGH MARRIED MARRIEDACTRESS MARRIEDACTRESS MARRIEDACTRESS
ACTRESS TELLS SECRET
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4tiA ulj U A liAif IAYESAND AYES S AKD JACK J Abc JfORWORTH JfORWORTHNora WORWORTH WORWORTHNora MORWORTHNora
Nora Bayes of the Team of Norworth and andBayes Bayes Head Headliners Headli HeadV
V liners li ers At Chases C S This Week I eek Discusses Team TeamWork TeamWoc TeamV
V V Work Woc In Matrimony V V
SeMe Sam C CVtW WmV IIIe IIIecalled spo m Bv ami smmi BBlP hm > Tnt lM facedses anrnssnttnt 1 9mm VhrnVsmmfl pemon pemonant B Ba
ant a t hlmiilf down n ami wrote wroterted a beak beakenfled
called liow to Be BerIed Bappy Thegh Mar Marsted
rted wmcn votame e was nnrhmg aeth but 1IIIItOf a aof aseries
series Of Jmoek at tile tileot soed bliss blissof
of married We WeBut lifeBut leBut
But enow comes a vandevffie Ta TaraJaJdDC team teamranking teamrankhvg
ranking with the highest te their pro profession pro protWIIo professlonwho ¬
tWIIo fession who according to V Vhalf the tJIeDaIf > etter etterhalT
halT of the pair are well qoattned to towrtte towrtt towrite
write wrtt a book with the name e title titlea but buta bata
a serious one this lime Umefer for Nora Bayes Bayesof Ba Baof yes yesof
of Norworth and Bayes Ba7 die headlmers headlmersat
at Chases cae this th week V says that tbatftlt1NI she te teentirely isentirely
entirely ftlt1NI and sincerely and genuinely genuinelyhappy pa8lDe1Jbappy uSUk1eYhappy
happy wtth her husband whom she e af affectionately aftecttollateJy atomiosately ¬
fectionately spealr of fIICWIIea as Jack JackWhen iarkWhen
When the feminine temta dolt rtlo of the thehotef tbeteam theteam
team stepped STem the elevator at her berafter herhote
hotef after Ute Interviewer 1 had waited wattedsame waitedee waitedsonic
ee same minute mbmt she was attired te a aneat aBeat aneat
neat tailormade gown and a creation creationderyaas ftMtIoethe creationthe
deryaas the eyes ey of a amere mere man oa her herhead berMad herbead
head headThats
Thats rbat what kept me so long 100tbat sh shexplained she sheexplained
explained seeing that the interviewer interviewerbut IDtervtewftwDted interviewerwanted
wanted w ask why 111 IIIte bad lOt harried bmrledbut harriedhot
but that be did not dare to YeaI Yen see seeI seeI
I dpjtv 4Qiielypqt merely put an a a bat I boOd tt ttHowTdo tt itW
HowTdo W w aI 1 do 9fr It Ab Ala A tbaflB tbaT thaTla II it deep 6eep8eCIet deepdi1tet deepdarksecre
darksecre 8eCIet of mr mgUfe life Ill ruteU ruteUoW tell tellbut ron bow bowold
oW I em or say fII Jacks 1I WIldt past IIUtJwID pastand
and JwID I wOl make y of the other 1ua1l7 1ua1l7eIetODa mUy mUyekeletons
ekeletons eIetODa come oat and daacetor dance for YOU YOUbat youbut
but I absolutely tuteJy refuse to tell you bow bowI
I built this hat 86 there And nd be besides be be1Iides besides ¬
sides you wouldnt understand if I Idid Idid Idid
did tell you Yourr only a man manSomehow maILSeIeeho rnasSomehow
Somehow the conversation seemed to totorn totuna toturn
torn on marriaa utIIringepercbanco perchance 1Chance it was be because be becaa because ¬
cause e that was the thing < hi which Mrs MrsRIVER XI1IRIVER Mr MrRIVER
RIVER BURSTS BANKS BANKSMANY BANKSM4NYDEATHSFEARED BANKSV BANKSMANY
MANY M4NYDEATHSFEARED M4NYDEATHSFEAREDI DEATHS FEARED FEAREDHouses FEAREDHouses
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Houses Collapse in Huagsrian HuagsrianTown HuagarianJovR Huiigarianrown
JovR Town and People Are AreTrapped A AT ArtV ArtTrapped
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Trapped T
BUDAPEST Sept 5 V A ietoeramlecetved teIernuarecetYei ietoeram te3onamreceived
received here re from JKaraasebes on onthe 01tdie onVthO
the basilc 1t of t tiIe Itover Bemnos Hun Hungary H Hpry Hungary ¬
gary says that tb1 town Is inundated bmndatedand inundatedand ted tedaa4
and it Is feared tile tie casualty list will willbe wtUI willbe
be heavy heavyFoitowtax ea heavyFoliowtnx TY TYO
Foitowtax O fortyeight forty t hours of in incessant Iaeessaat Inceasast
cessant rrfrnfiall r the emAaaJcm emOankiasat nt of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the rlvr bnxt bnz aut 51 > i flooding a greater groterl greA4trlart greateriart
lart l rt of f the town townHtvue to townHuse > WIL WILH
Htvue H are ccl cdlapaiag lapsing and people peopleunable peopleuaa peopleunable
unable uaa to make their way through tiw tiwflooded teflooded e eftooded
flooded streets are trapped The Thecountryside ThecoutrYSlcIe Thecountryside
countryside for ailed mo about is Inns inanOat IB IBt Innsdated
dated Oat t d and the property lea will willPPavy he heheavy bepsavy
heavy Railway communication comm1U CUon Js Jscut iscut s scut
cut oer oerKaraasebes ot otKaransebes
Karaasebes has about boal Co 5000 inhabi inhabitants inhabifasts i itaDts ¬
fasts tantsHEALTH taDtsHEALTH fastsHEALTH
HEALTH GUARDIANS GUARDIANSOPEN GUARDIANSOPEN GUARDIANSOPEN
OPEN CONVENTION CONVENTIONPromotion CONVENTIONPromotion CONVENTIONPromotion
Promotion of Public Hygiene Is IsChief IsChief
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Chief Object of Sessions In InMilwaukee InMilwaukee Iniilwaukee
Milwaukee MilwaukeeMIIVAUKEE MilwaukeetIL iilwaukeeMILVAlThcEE
MIIVAUKEE tIL UKEE Wm Sent Sept 5Physi 5Physiclans Physi Physicians PhyslcIa8 ¬
clans surgcono aad baeUrtow 1act bsctadeieims al 111 ste from fromall tl88laJI fromall
all parts partt of the United States and from fromCanada tremCanada freesCanada
Canada Mexico and Cuba have e come to toMBwaukee 10XIIwke toMilwaukee
Milwaukee to attend the thirtyeighth thirtyeighthannual tbIrt tbIrtaan1J1 tbbtyei ith ithannual
annual meeting of the American Ptijtte PtijtteHealth Pu PucHealth
Health Assoctetion wuich opened upen today todayland todaYaDd todayand
land aDd will continue until Friday night nisbxThe n nTbe nightThe 1
The object of the association a is the thedevelopment tiledeeIopDtent thedevelopment
development of the science aden aDd art of ofI ofpublic
I public hygiene and the promotion of ofpublic ofpublic ofpublic
public hygiene as a distinct profession professionAlong professlolLAJo professionAlong I
Along AJo these lines a wide range of sub subI subjects b
I
I Jects has been prepared for discussion discussionThe d dTbt discussionThe
The president of the association who whowill whowill Jto Jtowill
will preside at the meetings > is Dr DrCharles DrCharles DrCharles
Charles R R Probst of Columbus Ohio OhioPREFERS ObtoPREFERS OhioPREFERS
PREFERS DISHWASHING DISHWASHINGTO DISHW DISH WASHING WASHINGTO ASHING ASHINGTO
TO LIFE OF LUXURYGALVESTON LUXURY LUXURYGALVESTON LUXURYGALVESTON
GALVESTON Tex Sept 5 iWo iWorking iWorkingas Working Workingas ins insss
as a anfcnRrasher JI fat a hotel hot 1 here for his htemonth biabos hisboard
bos board and s 5 A month Erne L 1 Mar Martyre MarTre Martyre
tyre Tre twentysix years y ars old and a V th thyoungest tho tbtiouuest
youngest son of Sir Charles Martyre of ofSnrUttd ofEngland
England jU wtly Iy refuses to return hon home OIPOor homeat e eer I
er to 0 accept 3 t a nrouesttton Dl iron Ms Msfather ts tsfather
father to reinstate rf mtate him as heir to IIIY IIIYmiUlODS mayamloos ny nymillions I
millions unless unlp be receives cousefat oeaet to tohis tohis I
his marriarc 1Darrta to a DOOr nuncfee Tb Tbyouns The Theyoung i iman
young man as located by tbe inonicra inonicratian Immiaatiea Inunirratien
tian authorities authoritiesGOVERNORS V VdOVERNORS I IGOVERNOR
GOVERNORS S BROTHER DEAD DEADATLANTA D DEADAThANTA AD j jATLA
ATLANTA ATLA TA Ga Sent S 5JuUus Julias L LBrown L LBrown LBrown
Brown a broth IMot bVfother 9 of Governor vBrown vBrownaad BrowaaiI i iaDd
aDd the eldest sea oa R of Georfrfas war gov governor GTrnor Ov Overnor ¬
ernor rnor is d dond ad ad after a lone fliitese iJ He Hewa Hewe Hewas
wa was known ss an eccentric ntri character characterand characterand characterand
and t n ° ent nt much time oo1lec rQJltCnz 1tee1 r a rare rarecins rarecdns rarecins
cins and curios He was a irtend of ofthe ofthe o othc
the tiiii < and entertained nearly arly eery everyprominent eerypromtn4 eeryprominent
prominent promtn4 > nt a 3dor tor and a atr artrSe tr > ss w who w wto o caf cafto came cameto
to Atlanta His Wife euol = u vl 1 Vi Vivorce rim for a di divorce divorce
vorce because of his eccen eccentricities nddes
eceeatI1ctUesl eceeatI1ctUesf f l
Korvsrt Nort emit wag mast st S heresteiand 4ereste6 aDd aad the thetntervfewee thenIt thesecret
nIt or a good interview J 1e Jet the t1tebden theIjiterijewee
tntervfewee bden Jrewee talk about what he is isakesupwttk most mostA DIINt1Ip
akesupwttk akesupwttkA 1Ip wIdL wIdLA
A A swtfe suggestion te the form f of a attnestton aqIoa
ttnestton 4 as to whether the nmtr were werereuy werermiy ere erereld
reuy reld Y as s happy taapp as they seamed to be beOK beOIl beol
OK the stngse ge brought t forth the reply replyWe r8IIYe
We e < rtalaly trtMIyV < rtab ly V are N and a d then some someWere someWtre e ei
i Were a hundred times happier Why WhyJack VI WhyJack Yr YrJack
Jack a and d I 1 we werswerewley were were werwlt why were werejom were wereJust
Just happy thais all We like the same samethings maethings
things tla you know a nil 4 that is the real realsecret realhWMIL realsector
secret of happiness We ice the same samework sameworlt samework
work worlt the seas people tHe same songs songsand 8ODgsD4 songsand
and we adore adpre each other othertJlO so there Utereare you youare youare
are Isafthat Isnt t that enough e to make any two twopeople twopeople twopeople
people happy happyAnd JaappyIJId happyAad
And we love Ye to work together to When Whenyou Whenyou en enyou
you come to think about it matrimony Is tstbe Istbt isthe
the oldest om team work in the w W4 W4and 1J 1Jitnd
and I think that I can say that Jack JackI afld afldI
I do team work domestically dunleti ally as well wellprofessionally wellvt wellprofemosaIly
professionally vt l1y TeIJIO TbreV Tb re te no reason re86on tha thaif Iif that thatit
if tw two person can agree in their h bezx bezxhfs JHmre ir irhf
hf hfs they cant work together when whenit whenft
it comes to making a living ttvmgAnd livingAnJ
AnJ all this time the inventor of ofKelly ofKelty ofKeiiy
Kelly was using the most delicious deliciousassemblage deliciousassemblage
assemblage em of qf brogues u that it ithacl ithaclfaDea had hadfallen badfallen
fallen to the k h t of man to bear j As 5 5the on onthe
the stage when she te inimitable as aa aaend anma
end = men ma for one moment and then thenbrings thenbrings
brings down tAe house with her 1 won WUBdher wondber WOBdher
dher how howtbey they tell Fm r Otrtsb her hertongue 1testoague hertongue
tongue was perpetually 1II1y attacking attAt attAttrylJlff and andtrying andtrying
trying the different inflections ln of the theraces theraces theraces
races Eager r to know where she picked pickedIt
It up the interviewer iDt Wft qed i where she sheput 8heput shegut
put them themI
I cant tell you replied she but butIve butr butIre
Ire r just got them them Im r a regular klepto kleptomaniac kJeptolllanbtc kieptomaniac ¬
maniac when it romes to brogues and andits andIts andIfs
its daneerons for anyone to leave one oneof oneof oneof
of the i lying around loose if they dont dontwant dontwant dontwant
want Jtf to r annex a x it Welt ell heres Jack Jackand Jackand Jackand
and he doesnt like to be kept waiting waitin waitingso r
i so I guess Id better go But if you youi TOIlW1LDt youwant
i want to ptease p both of us just say that thatI
I said that T would rather ra her do team teamwork teamwork tenmwork
work with Urn iuvaudeville III vaudeville udeviUe than be beany beaJU beany
any Mud of a sar 2It starfnywhere rr aywtere uvwltereA etee eteeAnd eieAnd
And A ad on oil they th strtAle scrode for a short walkbd walkbefore walk walkbefore
before bd It was time to go to the theater theaterfor tlteterfor theaterfor
for the matinee performance per performancethe the hap hapnjest hapt
njest t eoarie coureb ta vaudeville va
t IC 1 ft ANN ANNOT OT af afford afI atI
I I > ford a a sub suburban stlbOrMn suburban ¬
urban bonaer home in inquired Ino ¬
o l quired th the Bust Business Bu5Io Bustseas ¬
o ness Doctor That Thatdecenos Thateceu TbtV Tbtderende
decenos s entirely o owhether Oft OftEr onwhether
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whether Er you are arelazy arelazy arelazy
lazy or Bet A Aurban sub suburban suburbau ¬
urban home is a health jrt niB r prof profitable DIOCitabl proflIable ¬
lIable proposition Dro ltion or one of this world workTamost worldDGSt worldsnGst
most expensive luxuries just as you see seefit ace1It seefittohandlelt
fit fittohandlelt to handle it itWhat It ItVhat V
What are your eur tastes Do you ou want wantto Van Vanto wantto
air off of ofthe oftie oftlie
to set et your Mvintr UviD out oC the
the tie ou DiI d Tinder = nder It It on the water or orunder or1IDd orunder
under it It can be made in any way waymet < vay ay ayjuet j jJust
Just aecovtttaf aeco to your tastes If it is isto Isto Isto
to be up in the air I shouW shO advise you youstart youttJ youtp
ttJ buy half a doen bonier tM pigeons and andMart andstart
start a loft A w wilt v K H behaved nfeeim eR Is Istne Isi Isa
i a aad graUdPOTefl in ShOUt boat sIx weeks and andI slidthe
the t e so squaDs uabs or squealers as as they th are arecalled areeallted arecalled
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called are worth 5 ± 5 cents in the aarket aarketand arketand tket tketand
and always te demand desnandAnother demandAncttber demandASOtbeF
Another uo in the air proposUion is febee isbec isbee
bee keeping eepha A hive of bees wW produce producepeople producea
a hundred pounds S of honey a year aDd aDdwith andpeople
people with a a sweet tooth pay 20 cents centsa
a i > bcnd uud Dd for it You can n put ut twenty twentyhives twentYhives twentyhives
hives ou a city hottsetoo ott otttet top and ind they wilt Vivllthatle wilthuatlef w whustle
hustle huatlef f for r their own OW honey even ven if they theydo theydo theydo
do have to t4 rob your neighbors nowers nowersIf aoers aoersIf liowersIf
If you want to raise your iKms on onthe OIlthe onthe
the ground your choice c e can run all the theway thewar thewaI
way from chickens ChlCk which are a a staple staplerarenecked taplenmJleCked tap1erearnecked
rarenecked pheasants whose hose eszs are areworth arewertit areworth
worth S cents each and can be b tocu tocuIwued mcu1wued lnctihated
hated by bantam n hens into birds worth worthJia woctk3I worthits
its 3I in a few weeks or to Belgian hares hareswMch hareswll bareswhitk
wMch wll 1t ar r the only rivals vals of nitons nl ODs In Inantirace Inauti InnatIrae
antirace auti e suicide 5UCe tactics tacticsUnder tacticsutnder tacticsUnder
Under the ground MO invested in gin gtosentr ginseur ginsen
sentr sen will plant threcacres and produce producein
ia four years S5WX fOG worth of roots and andseed andMed andseed
seed I know one man who Invested InvestedS
S in mushroom spawn and in one onebed onebed I
bed Ib m his cellar produced and sold soldworth oid oidworth ii iiworth
worth of the crazy things thin s which whkh comd comdtip com comtI comdup
tip in Ie the naming and a nd co o down stewed stewedin stewedcream stwOdiii
in cream a night I know another wise wise3ian wiseI
3ian an who planted vJ8tted one acre of asparagus asparagusand aara aaraI asparagusI
I
I and it netted n ttf 4I hIm S550 550 one year and Is tesood IsI isI
I rood for a larger r sum each year from fromnew tromnCw fromncw
nCw til till the th > day the Panama canal ee a1 te teopen isI
1 open Pf t for boats boatsIf bo bots1rourscburban ts tsIYyour
If IYyour 1rourscburban your burban home has a a couple
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HINRICHS HINRICHSRECOVERYEXPECTED IMPRftVES IMPRftVESRECOVERY
RECOVERY RECOVERYEXPECTED RECOVERYEXPECTEDVictim EXPECTED EXPECTEDVictim
Victim of Infantile Paralysis ParalysisNot ParaLysisNot Para1vsis Para1vsisNot
Not In Serious SeriousCondition Seriousf SeriousCond SeriousCondition f
Condition ConditionNotcUlie Cond ConditionNotwlthetudtng tion tionotwUlltJIdtD
NotcUlie otwUlltJIdtD < 2 dteg reports to t tl4I ti on ontrary Q8Dtmry motrary
trary tmry the tbe eondfiion eon ftioa of Bit Hinrichs Hinrichsthe Hinticllsthe Hinriubsthe
the player of the Washington W ba baseball baseballteam bas ioall ioallteam lI lIteam
team who 110 has been stffertog for sew several sewera v veral ¬
eral era weeks w eks from fr ns Infantile paralysis psraly wa wareported w wreported was wasreported
reported as much m cll Improved today A Asensational AsensaUoRal Asensational
sensational report in a a morally mornlaV mornlaVnews news newspaper ewspaper newspaper ¬
paper stated stat that Htartehs had snmlen snmlenly tdeny eaddenly
ly y become worse and that 1 be t had been beenplaced beenplaced n nJlar6d
placed under qwarantin and that his hisphysicten hilipby5ldn hisphysician
physician entertains qttect A15 grave doubt for forhte forbls forhis
his recovery recoveryDr recoveryDr recoverYDr
Dr S Clifford tffetd Cox Cox of MB i I street streetnorthwest ttreetnortJrwest eet eetnorthwest
northwest who has been attaining Bin Hinrichs Blnt1ch6 Binriclis
richs from the inception of Ute tin ball ballplayers balljHaers balljilayers
players illness illae6 stated thte t morning that thatsuch 1iIatsuch thatstick
such a report rep rt was ridfaulous rJdteul and was wascalculated W85calcUlated wascalculated
calculated to ridicule rt Jcale the medical pro profession pcofesloR proSession ¬
Session fessionAIT fesloRAJt SessionAfl
AIT cases of mfanttte Intandlig parfysto patsY are areplaced areplaced areplaced
placed in quarantine he 1M said saidUtet Jant t ss ssthat s sthat
that of Hlnrfehs was when it was die discovered f IJeovered diecovered ¬
covered Htarichs Hl rlck8 has been bee in quaran quarantine qaa9Sl1Une quarantine ¬
tine since the first day of hit 9efc 1IIIekJIesb ekaea ekaeaBut t tBut
But he is getting much better tetter in fact facttoday facttoday et ettoday
I today we have hopes h of his recovery recoverySuch r rSuch recoverySuch
Such reports are stultifying stultttyt lt to the pro profession pro proI protension ¬
tension as welt as an n Imposition upon uponthe uponthe
the public Hlnrtchs is all right rtghtBOFF rightGaFF
I GaFF GoFF IS ffi EN DENOUNCED HIEDDecision UNGEOn UNGEOnBY
BY LABOR LABORPARADERS LABORPARADERSDecision PARADERS PARADERSI
Decision Against Unions UnionsBrings Unions3rings UnionsV UnionsBrings
I V Brings Forth Demonstra Demonstration Demonstration ¬
tion In New York
NEW EW YORK Sept 5 il1tedecl The decision of ofJustice ofu ofJustice
Justice u tice Go GoK Gd of the supreme eottrt otMIrt rt tha thalabor thatJabor thalabor
labor uafeme are guilty of conspiracy otfnsniracywhen conspiracywhen y yWReD
when they tbe order rer a strike to enforce enforce the tbeclosed theZhep theclosed
closed shop was bktery Di er y rsseafe6sl by byorganized b bed byorganized
organized ed labor < in its street tItr t taon daztraelan demanstra demanstraoon
oon today todayThe todayThe todayThe
The Labor Day parade was one O of the thetersest theet thelargest
tersest et ever held in lAt this eh Q r acadat shd at the thehead thehead thehead
head of nearly every e every r7 organization wascarnoo wascarried was wascarried
carried a banner denouacln deaouadng deaa uBdDb God < Some Sonaof Someof Someof
of the thestrllctilres structures closely approached approachedcoBtefupt appreacltedCORtet oached oachedcontempt
contempt ptDut bet BO attempt was made to tointerfere tointer tointerfere
interfere inter ere with them They were the theproduct theproduct theproduct
product of the Womeas Trades Union UnionLeague UJdonLeaue UnionLeague
League LeagueThere LeagueThere
LeaueThere
There were several en unique incidents in inconnection inc Inconnection
connection c with the parade In the theline t theline hI hIline
line were wer members of the clcakaiakers clcakaiakersdnftns cloakmakersnlmsrwho ccakmakeithbnsho
dnftns nlmsrwho Mfbo have Just won their DIne ntoeIggto DIneSot ninevMals
vMals Iggto Sot zie siobe after suffering ag great eat prlva privat lTa lTani
t JSmT ni vmec YtOO ntI and men members march BmrchJK marchnS ch chst
nS JK side st e by side e and stopping the parade paradeo pnrajebeVd1OIi55
o beVd1OIi55 a kri I y to cheer for their ofneers ofneersBefore otaeenBefore ofteersBefore
Before tbe parade started a committee conmitteenamed committeenamed
i named by the Central Ce tral Federated Union Uitkminspfccted UDIonted UnionInspected
Inspected ted the marchers An were com compelled cornpelletl m mpelled ¬
pelled to display the union label el on their theiruniforms theiruniConns theiruniforms
uniforms j J44psdgen e bes moses a and5pmp a of the themarchers themarchers theIflCbOS
marchers ns forced fureedtbd4scaed dfcca i those thosethat diosethat V Vthat
that did nt IM Cmw show pvbHeiy that att they theywere theywere theywere
were the product p of union labor Ja laborTh
I Th parade pe mar down Fifth ave avenue ayeflue e enue ¬
nue and there tlIer was a good deal of Jeer
lag from the doakraakers cle as they passed passedthe
the aristocratic arist tlc clubs from froi which wbic the thecomplaints thecomplaints theconplIntz
complaints were made de against them last lastweek Jastweek lastweek
week causiac wholesale wholesaleBURST arests aestaBURST arestsBURST
BURST TIRE DEALS DEATH DEATHSAVANNAH DEATHSA DEATHSAVANNAH
SAVANNAH SA XAH Sept PLSXlkeJ 5 5Mike Mike Jeoee Josee a alocal alocal
local 1 1 retail merchant was almost in instantly Instult1y Instantly ¬
stantly killed and four other occu occupants oecup occupants ¬
pants p of Jones touring car were bad badly BadJy ¬
ly bruised when a bursting bUl8tiD tire caused
the machineto machine to turn a somersault on
the Grand Prize Pri race course e Jones To Towas
head was caught ca t by l y the steering steerln
wh wheel J as the car turned over and h his
neck was broken The machine was
reeked
The he Business Doctor DoctorBy Do to
01 I By Roe Fulkerson JJ I
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or feet fe Of o Water 011 It dollt get et e1dted t ta
a 1441 r I1 Jlallt pia H with cav eil eaviar hoping > i sr to pull pallup
the stur stur
when they come up The Theouatic
supply or Water flUes at an othw oth aquatic ouatic
Pla Plants = has never nee been
oqmu to the tb
demand e aad It you yo are e nat interested JM in
these a nock of ducks win yield either eitheradvantage
feathers or duck Mt t e your AIIaDcia1 AIIaDcia1vaDte
advantageIf advantage vaDte vaDteIr
VIf If you are fond fo of music 8Eie a a colony of
bull frogs will furnish you YOiI musfe mui all
sight J l ht k long and will
s be wa wtlH wtltng > ff at a any an
tk time e to lay down their Mves for their
Itega bit of red flannel Ilanzi oa a ash book
and the market men will band you yo yocents 33 33cents rocents
cents for or him if Iris Jumping apparatus appart
is I well developed developedIf
If your yomODd pond is running ra water
you can cannil cantill
nil tUllt it with gold fish and sell I them an fast fastas Castas fastas
as they STOW w or at one dollar each
brook trout may be raised to advantage advantageThere advantageThere
There are half bel a a hundred ways to tomake tomake tomake
make money in tbe suburbs besides besidesralstner besidesrals1 besidesraising
raising rals1 garden vegetables which is the thestandard thest thestandard
standard st Ddani way But In everjr hsstaace tnstaa it itis ItIs itis
is a partnership pttrtuer Jb1p affair Hard work must mustbe musthe
be the senior member of 4 the firm The Thesood Th Thbood Thegood 1
good old Mother Earth owes every e ery man roanJt manliving mank
Jt k living but she be must t be well tickled tickledwith UckIedwith tickledwith
with a hoe before she e will laugh a bar harvest barvest nar narand
vest Hard work Ork and violent bsr work workand workand
and bull frogs fr or bard work aDd pheas pheasants pheasants pheasants ¬
ants are all splendid sple teams but as I Isaid Iaid Isaid
said the senior member of every oni oniof on onth ouof
of these th e firms must be hard work Bees Beesare Be Beare Beesare
are the only things that I know of ofwhich orwhich ofwhich
which will work w Ik Just as well for f r a a lazy lazyman lazymnn lazyman
man as they t wiH wtl for an industrious industriousand iadlt5triou5rd Ind stt ious iousand
and rd even even they seaerHy g erHysdng1Im stiughim sttes M when whenhe whene whenlie
he e is robbing robbin them Yes Y 8S a country countryhome C IIDtrYhme countryhmis
home may n y be made to pay for itself Its but butI butjust butJust
just bear in mind that Jt t wont tie so soof soof
I of its tc own free wilt and aadacoDCd aecacdks accord Jts < s sot sotto gotto t tto
to be made do it itThe St StThe ItThe
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The Kaiser is reported r ed to be so c ctain ar artain errtam
tain tam of 1 t the power of or the press that hfi hfiis h hIs heis
is starting a newspaper to combat the thesocialists thesocialists thesocialists
socialists who are becoming stronger strongerand strongerand strongerand
and stronger in the fatherland The Thepaper Thepaper Thepaper
paper will have alt his J c money back backof backof backof
of it It and wW be sold for a very small smallnum sma smaUsum Il IlSIIum
sum so it will without doubt have JIaelarge a alarge alarge
large circulation clrcuJa nat fuiau rlll Ju Us mission mtesionThis DllsadonThis missionThis
This much discussed powe pot tl rf the thepress thtpress thepress >
press press by brthewal b the way is only 011 advtrtislafi advtrtislafiafter ad a4ertIstugutter 1 1aftsr
after aftsr alL

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