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The mere landsmen landsmen ivho 110 presumed presumedto
to bite their thumbs at Walter raUer Well Wellman Wellman VelIman
man and to drop hints that he he be belonged belonged belonged ¬
longed to the school of admiralty admiraltywhich admiraltywhiCh admiraltywhich
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zone between Spitzbergen and the theWhite theVh theVhite
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carrying along a mascot and therein thereinas
as the event has shown the true great greatness greatDESS greatBCSS ¬
ness of Mr r Wellman appears Like Likepall Likenil ikc ikcnIl
pall nIl sailormen with the tang of the ther therine thebrine
r trine rine in their speech and a roll in their theirgait theirga theirgait
gait ga t as distinguished from the mere mereMarryat mereMarryat mereMarryat
Marryat type for instance who shiver shivertheir shiver
their timbers in books booksMr Mr r Wellman Wellmanis TellmanIs
is superstitious He would as soon soonhave soo soohaye soonhave
have thought of going to sea without withouthis withouth1s withouthis
his binoculars as without his cat catFor c cFor eatFor
For hours he was in great peril perilwith peritIUI perilwith
with IUI his cockleshell boat tossing in inthe inthe inthe
the trough of the sea n but in the nick nickof nickof nickof
of time the Trent Trenta a name namealready already en endeared cndeared endeared ¬
deared to nautical fame famerescued rescued the thethreatened thethreatened thethreatened
threatened lives lhcsincluding including those of the thecat thecat thecat
cat catThe
The true sailorman and his super superstition superstition superstition ¬
stition have been Justified justified The Well Wellman Wellman YeU YeUmnn ¬
man prescience has llR brought him safe safeashore safensllore safeashore
ashore But in the midst of the bay bayleaves bayJeaYes bayleaves
leaves and extras c trns the part of the mao mascot ma macot maocot ¬
cot must not be forgotten for en In the thegreat thegreat thegreat
great Valhalla of renowned Toms Toms and andTabbies andTabbies andTabbies
Tabbies Dick Whittingtons cat c4t must mustScrooge mustroogc mustrooge
Scrooge roogc up U a little closer to make room roomfor roomfor roomfor
for the Wellman mascot mascotA mascotA mascotA
As the Congressional rnl election ap approaches ape apeproarhls apFrOaehCs ¬
proaches it finds everywhere a confu confusion confuSion confuFiOil ¬
sion of issues which may ma well perplex perplexthe perpl perpltbe perplthe
the voter Independent citizens who whovould wllowould whoouki
would support Democratic candidates candidatesin
in In the t11 hope t that mt capture of the House Housewill Housewill Housewill
will hasten refonn of the tariff must mustbe mustle mustie
be put to it when they tbc recall the mak making makiug mztklug ¬
lug of the PayneAldrich J > neAldrich tariff bill billThere billThere billThere
There were a score of Democrats Democratsfrom Democratsfrom Democratsfrom
from the South after the th swag in a avray nJay aV
vray V Jay ay that made the average Republi Republican ¬
can look like a piker The vote ote of ofpractically ofrrutical1y ofrrlctically
practically the whole Louisiana delega delegatoii delegaLrl1 dol ga gais
toii is to be had now for foJ foia a high tariff tariffif tarifflf tariffif
if it cannot annotprotect protect sugar rice and andhuber andJ
huber J tber ber in any an other way wRfAnd And so with witht withL
t L Democrats from other States StatesThe Statesrhe StatesThe
The best hope seems to lie with the thew
The Tuberculin Tuberculin Tuber ulin Test Reduced to Words WordsOf WordsOf Wordsof
Of One Syllable SyllableThe Syllab e eThe
The Vashingtonian who is interested in the kind of milk he uses usesand uSes uSesand usesand
and in the price he pays forit should not throw up his hands in despair despairand despairand despairand
and jump to the conclusion that he cannot c nnot understand the issues issueS in the thecontroversy thecontroversy thecontroversy
controversy now ow raging because of the mysterious mysterio s scientific terms used usedby usedby usedby
by the milk experts e perts and the milk dealers in their arguments for and andagainst andagainst andagainst
against regulation regulationThe regulationThe regulationThe
The scientific term used most frequently is Utub tuberculin rculin test testu but buttheres buttheres buttheres
theres nothing mysterious about the test itself theres no reason why whyevery whyevery whyevery
every man and woman in the District should not understand it thor thoroughly thoroughly thoroughiy ¬
oughly oughlyThe
The tuberculin test is merely a test to ascertain whether a cow has hasbovine hasbovine hasbovine
bovine tuberculosis or cow consumption The scientists have discov discovered di discovered v vered ¬
ered that a certain serum or fluid which they have learned to make makeinjected makeinjected makeinjected
injected into a cow will cause a condition by which it can be determined determinedwhether deteID1ined deteID1inedwhether deternlinedwhether
whether the cow has consumption consumptionThe
The veterinary takes a small pcrtion of the serum which is called calledtuberculin calledtuberculin calledtuberculin
tuberculin and and injects it beneath the th cows skin If the cow has tuber tuberculosis tuberculosis tuberculosis ¬
culosis she will develop a fever vithin a few hours after the the injection injectionIf
If she is free from tuberculosis she will not develop a fever the serum serumwill serumwill serumwill
will have no more effect than so o much water After the serum is isinjected isinjec isinjected
injected injec ed the cows temperature is taken with a veterinarians thermom thermometer thermometer thermometer ¬
eter to ascertain whether or not she has developed fever feverThats feverThats feverThats
Thats all there is to the muchdiscussed mu hdiscussed tuberculin test Theres Theresnothing Theresnothing Theresnothing
nothing mysteriously scientific about that is there thereNow thereNow thereNow
Now we ve have also heard a great deal lately as to whether the thetuberculin tl1etuberculin thetuberculin
tuberculin test is reliable That is is if a cow has tuberculosis will she shealways shealways shealways
always develop a fever after the tuberculin is injected and if she hasnt hasnttuberculosis hasnttuberculosis hasnttuberculosis
tuberculosis will her temperature always remain normal after the tuber tuberculin tuberculin tuberculin ¬
culin is injected Thats a question which naturally must be definitely definitelydetermined definitelydetenni definitelydetermined
determined detenni ed If were going out among the farmers to test their cattle cattlewith catUewith cattlewith
with tuberculin and to make them destroy destrc y every cow that has fever after afterthe afterthe afterthe
the test is applied we must be positive tnat the test is accurate It would wouldbe wouldbe wouldbe
be unjust to the farmer to force him to use the test as the basis for forcleaning forcleaning forcleaning
cleaning up hisTherd unless we knew that the test t st told a true story storywouldnt storywouldnt storywouldnt
wouldnt it What do we e know kn w then about the reliability of the thetuberculin thetuberculin thetuberculin
tuberculin test testWe testVeknowthis I II I
We Ve Veknowthis VeknowthisThat know this thisThat thisThat
That from 1 1893to 893 893to to 1908 the tuberculin test was applied to to 400005 400005cattle 400008cattle 40000Scattle
cattle under the jurisdiction of the Bureau of Animal Industry of the theDepartment theDepartment theDepartment
Department of Agriculture AgricultureThat AgricultureThat AgricultureThat
That 37000 of them had fever afterwards afterwardsThat aft aftrwardsThat rwards rwardsThat
That 24784 of the 37000 were slaughtered under the bureaus bureausinspection bu bureausinspection aus ausinspection
inspection inspectionThat inspectionThat inspectionThat
That 24387 or 9839 per cent of those slaughtered were wer found Joundwhen foundwhen foundwhen
when examined after death to have tuberculosis tuberculosisThat I IThat IThat
That there was an apparent error in the t e test in 397 out of 24784 24784or 24784or
or that the percentage of error was 161 per cent centThat centThat centThat
That the experience expe ence of all scientists of all countries who have ex experimented experimented cxperimented ¬
perimented with tuberculin has been substantially the same as the ex experience experience cxperience ¬
perience of those who have conducted and studied siiKIied the tests under the theBureau theBureau theBureau
Bureau of Animal Industry IndustryThat IndustryThat IndustryThat
That the universal scientific conclusion as to the reliability of the thetuberculin thetuberculin thetuberculin
tuberculin test is that it is accurate in from 98 to 99 per cent of all cases casesin c ses sesin casesin
in which it is used usedFrom usedFrom usedFrom
From this we may conclude that the tuberculin test while not notinfallible notinfallible notinfallible
infallible is sufficiently reliable to justify its acceptance as conclusive conclusiveevidence conclusiveevidence conclusiveevidence
evidence in determining whether or ornof not a cow has tuberculosis tuberculosisThe tuberculosisThe tuberculosisThe
The question of the tuberculin tuber ulin test i b > not the only question that thatmust thatmust thatmust
must be solved in the present milk controversy It is an important importantquestion importantquestion importantquestion
question however and one with which the people of the community communityshould communityshould communityshould
should familiarize themselves In the light of the evidence at hand handthey handthey handthey
they must admit the tests reliability Vhether they demand its it en enforcement enforcement enforcemedt ¬
forcement forcement among the owners of the herds who furnish them their milk milkis milkis milkis
is another issue to be decided decidedAs decidedAs decidedAs
As the hearings before the Chamber of Commerce progress infor information information information ¬
mation on which a decision can be reached will undoubtedly be obtained obtainedIt
It should sh uld be considered by every man and woman in Washington Vashin Of1
men who 110 are not BO biased by parti partisanship partisanship partisanoltip ¬
sanship that they the can be delivered deliveredwhenever dclheredwhenever deliveredwhenever
whenever the party boss gives the thecue tIlCcuc theCite
cue There was never a time when whenthe wIlenthe whenthe
the candidates party affiliation count counted counted counted ¬
ed ed for so little and his character and andindividuality andindhiduality andindividuality
individuality counted for eo much The Themen Themen Themen
men who rescued rescue4 the House of Rep Representatives Representathcs Represeittatives ¬
resentatives from Cannonism C1 HOU5m were not notDemocrats notDemocrats notDemocrats
Democrats they were called progres progressive prolrressie progres8lye ¬
sive 8lye Republicans As a matter of fact factthev factthey factthey
thev they were men with minds of their theirown theirown theirOwil
own and strength of character enough enoughto
to tear party ties to pieces when they theybelieved theybelieved theybelieved
believed the party part was as wrong wrongGood wrongGood wrongGood
Good citizens who are in doubt doubp as asto asto asto
to how they shall vote ote in the Congres Congressional Congressional Congressional ¬
sional campaign will do well to bear bearin bearin
in mind that what we need in Con Congress Congress ¬
gress at this crisis is not men who whocan
can be delivered by somebody else upon upoirevery uponevrv
every e evrv ry rollcall but men of character characterand characterand
and independence When 11CIr the voter votermakes votermakes
makes up his mind as to which candi candidate eaiididate
I date in his district measures the closer closerto closerto
to this standard he can best do his hisduty hisduty
duty dllt by 1 disregarding what party label labelis labelis
is over the candidates name nameVALUE nameVALUE
The railroads are to spend approxi approximately approximatel approxiinately ¬
mately 50000000 in the
of safetly appliances to safeguard safeguard the thelives the1ies thelives
lives of their employes employesThe omltloesThe employcsTue
The great transportation companies companiesand companiesand companiesand
and the men who perform the actual actualphysical actualphsicnl actualphysical
physical labor of operating trains have havemet havemet havemet
met upon common ground with regard regardto
to this point after thirty years ears of ef effort effort offort ¬
fort An agreement has been reached readiedas reachedas
as as to what constitutes tIle duty d ty of the theroads theronds theroads
roads toward the men menAppliances menAppliancos menAppliances
Appliances are to be attached attacl dtC to ali alirailway a allrailway 1 1railway
railway cars and locomotives to mini minimize minimi minimic ¬
mize mi c the danger dimger attendant upon the thecalling tll tllcalling thecalling
calling of trainmen The equipment equipme t
thus provided will be b an u appreciable appreciablefactor appreci80blefactor appreciablefactor
factor in the expenditures of Ut the rail railroads railroads railroads ¬
roads for some years eans But it will be beone beone beone
one of the best investments the roads roadsever roadscer roadsever
ever have made madeRailroad madeRaiIr madeRailroad
Railroad RaiIr > ad vital ital statistics SHOW s ow a astartlingly astartIingl astartlingly
startlingly large number of accidents accidentseach accidentseach accidentseach
each year ear in which employes emplo es have been beenmaimed beenmaimed beenmaimed
maimed or killed In many man instances instancesthe instaHCesthc instancesthe
the cause is the absence of safety sttfet safety ap appliances ape apepliances apphiances ¬
pliances or a lack of uniformity in inthe inthe inthe
the appliances in use useEvery UieEvery U30Every
Every large road has its pensioners pensionersThe pensionersThe pensionersThe
The sums paid voluntarily to injured injuredemployes injuredemployes injuredexnployes
employes or in damage suits have haverun haycrun haverun
run into tens of millions The army armyof armyof armyof
of maimed gate tenders and flagmen flagmentestify flagmentcstify flagmentestify
testify to the number of accidents accidentsViewed accidentsView accidentsniewed
Viewed View d from a purely practical practicalangle practi pranticalang l langi
angle angi ang the move to install safety ap appliances aPi aPiplinnces appliances ¬
pliances is i excellent pxcellent celIen insurance insurance View Viewed Viewred Viewedas ¬
red ed edas as a moral proposition it is a long longstep longi longstep
i step in progress progressHuman progressI progressHuman
I Human life is greater than any anyfinancial anY anYfinancial anyfinancial
financial consideration It is not to tobe t tI tobe
be weighed in the balance with dollars dollarsaiid dollarsahd dollarsahd
ahd cents The lives that will be say saved sa sayed ¬
il ed as the result of improved appli appliances appJiI appliances ¬
I ances rtnces arc tire worth far more to society societythan societythan societythan
than than any amount of jnoney the rail railroads railroads railroads ¬
roads are likely to Lave to spend spendIt
It would be Interesting to know knowwhether knowwhether knowwhether
whether whether President Diaz considers the thealleged theaUesed thealleged
alleged Roosevoltian likeness lIkene odious or orcomplimentary orcompUmontar orcomplimentary
complimentary complimentaryIt
It Is a relief to learn that Edgar EdgarAllan EdbllrAlIan EdgarAllan
Allan Poe is really famous and nd not notas ROtas notas
as some people contended infamous infamousHarry Icamoust
t Harry Hurr Thurston Pock seems to have havebeen ha havebeen e ebeen
been handed his hat without the usual usualquery usualquer usualquery
query quer as to why he should hurry hurryThose hurryThose hurryThose
Those who still doubt oubt the colonels colonelsversatility colonelsrsatmty colonersversatility
versatility rsatmty should observe obs nc those Bev BeverlSge BeverI Boyer1ge
erlSge erI ge and Lodge indorsements indorsementsHarmony IndorSementsHannon lndors rn nts ntsHarmony
Harmony Hannon In Massachusetts Iassacbusetie Massachusedsracy Democ Democracy Domoemc ¬
racy mc came with an awful wrench but butIt bUtit hiltIt
It arrived arrivedIf arrhedU arrivedIf
If Prof VVoodruff isnt careful C8tetuIT ieful T R Rwyi RW ItVVI
wyi W IJ be suing him for infrtngoment InrtnJ uicnt of ofcopyright otcop ofcopyright
copyright cop rl ht
r lMactin Martin Machine Fighting FightingHard
I Hard to Beat Slemp With WithH WithH WithH
4 4Democratic
Democratic Candidate Supportedby SupportedbyOrganization Supp Sup portedby portedbyOrganization rtedby rtedbyOrganization
Organization Organization Which WJlic1 He HasFo Has HasFought HasFought
Fought Fo ght in Past PastBRISTOL PastBRISTOL PastBRISTOL
BRISTOL Va Oct 22 2Po flPossIbly Possibly aIbly no nomore noJROre nomoce
more strenuous Congressional Congre lonel campaign campaignis
is on anywhere 8n where in the country than in 1ftthe usthe j jthe
the Ninth Virginia district where the theDemocrats theDemocrats j jDemocrats
Democrats led by Henry Carter Stuurt Stuurtmultimillionaire SUIa SUIamultimillionaire StuatmultimIllionaire
multimillionaire cattle raiser and andnephew aNIMphev andnephew
nephew of ofGen Gen Jeb Stuart are try trying trylor trylog ¬
log to displace Representative C Bas Bascom Thutcom Baacorn
com Slemp the lone Republican Con Congressman QtnKrN Cingresman ¬
gressman KrN man from the Old Dominion DominionThe DominionThe DominionThe
The national issues I Ue8 upon which the thetwo thetwo thetwo
two parties differ are the issue of thla thlacampaign tb tbcamJMklbD ttd ttdcampeign
campaign and the PayneAMrleh PaylH Aklr1ah bin binknd bittancl bUtnd
knd nd its I relation to the increased increased cost costof c tor ctof
of Hvln Hvlnagainst living Is the paramount issue raised raledagainst raisedagainst
against Slemp by b the Stuart forces tOlCeBSlemp forcesSlump j jStemp
Slump is calling on the national execu execulive executive execulive
live committee for speakers and hall haxhad hallhad hashad
had numerous n merou prominent Republican Republicanstump RepubUeaa3Itump Republicanstump
stump orators from Theodore Roose Roosevelt RO ROvelt Roosevelt ¬
velt down rho former President came camehere c camehere me mehere
here October 7 at Stamps solicitation solicitationand solicitationand solicitationand
and made a speech for an hour In Inwhich Inwhle1t Inwhich
which he lauded the Ione Congress Congressman ConFr0i8MIln Congressman ¬
man declaring that he e stood stO 4 as asstraight s satrahht asstraight
straight as a a string atrlngbehlRd behind the policies poMclosthat 1JOItcletbat policiesthat
that he advocated while President PresidentHowever Pr PresidentHowever lck > nt ntHo
However Ho ver there thert ther are some important importantthing ImportantUI ImportantthIa
thing UI about which Roosevelt and Slemp Slempdiffer SlempItrer Siemp4ltfer
differ 4ltferFor differFor Itrer Itrer10r
For instance Mr Slemp Is a great ad admirer adlIdrer adinirer ¬
mirer of Speaker Cannon voted against agaiasthe agatnthe againstthe
the change of the rules ru rui to elimInate elllRl 8 his hllJt01er butpower hispower
power and is also Tetandpatter Ddptter and andis andIs
is proud of his opposition t to Republican Republicaninsurgency R RepublicanInsurgon4y UblicanlneunJ
insurgency Y such as was led by the thelate tbelate thelate
late Senator DeWver La FoHette and andothers andothers andothers
others othersBede
Bede Stumping District DistrictHon DistrictHon DistrictHon
Hon J Adam Bede of Minnesota the thehumorist tlMhumorlat thehumorist
humorist is now stumping the th district districtfor ellatrietfor districtfor
for Slemp following Duncan E E McKIn McKInJay IeKhIJay MeKinlay
Jay former Congressman CO Te man from Cali California California aft aftforum ¬
fornia who was beaten teat a few months monthsago m monthsago oth othCO
ago CO for or the Republican nomination for forreelection rotreelectton fotreeiecti
reelection reelectionIn reeiecti ii iiIn
In contrast to th the JtaynardYoung JtaynardYoungHolland Yaynard MynadYOUl5Holland yOWtg yOWtgHolland
Holland light in the Norfolk district districtwhich dletrlelwhtch districtwhich
which ended eA ed this week with the tbnoMn tbnoMnflea nomina nomination non non1IGil ¬
flea of Holland an antimachine man manit manIt n nIt
it is interesting that Senator Thomas ThomasS
S Martin alleged iIM to be the head of the themachine lbemaebloe themachine
machine in Virginia and who was the theissue theluue theIssue
issue in the Norfolk ortolk contest t Is making makingH
a tr tremendous mendous Ight 4J ht for Stuart The tat tatter latter lettar ¬
antimachine Democrat ana anaexpects andexpectS nl nlexpects
ter is an
expects to be nominated for governor v lKr to tosucceed toGo tosucce
succeed succe d Gov Go W I H Mann Kanna tann a Martin MartinHowever Martirtwever MartinHowever
rtwever However this has ha not deterred Sena Senator Senat4K Seantr ¬
tor Martin th tu > aUeged boss bOs whose w ma macMnVStnartlS machine a achine
cMnVStnartlS chine Stuart fit reported tote to 14 ready read to tosmash tob tosmash
smash b from doing a tremendous aunt ampuntofwork a auntof nt ntor
ofwork or work for th tM latter latters election to Con Congress Conre Congress ¬
gress re though Uou h Stuart is saying that he hoy heonly heonly
only y W want 1V to SO ° f to CODjre Congrees s one ° rJ rJnatorlal term lennu termas
launch Into the H guber gubernatorial guberuatorll
u he expe expects < ts to
natorlal tight ft ht It to also significant slgnlftc nt that thatformer thatformer thatformer
former Governor Montague who te Mia Mialending UeIMd1 thelending
lending IMd1 11 antiMartin anU Iarttn Democrat of the theState theStatt theState
Martin Martinfaction IrUnt Martinfaction
State and nd Senator Swanson a
faction t Uon man are both stumping the th din district d dtrict dintrict ¬
trict and working almost night and day dayf daytOT dayfat
f tOT fat the election of Stuart Stuartprobably stuartlh StuartThis
lh This 8110 shows that the Democrats have haveprobably haveprobably
probably buried their factional differ differences dlaerePees differences ¬
ences or laid them aside for the present presentin
in a fight with the common enemy enemyRhea enemyRhea onemyRhea
Rhea Enters Fight FightCorporation FightCorporation
Corporation Commissioner W V F FRliea FRttea FRites I
Rites former member of Congress and anda aDd10841er
a loader of the Martin machine against againstwhom agtllllthoot agahtwhom
whom whom hoot Stuart was one of the principal principalwitnesses principalwitnesses rindpal rindpalv1tne
witnesses e at the legislative hearing in inRichmond InRichmond InRichmond
Richmond three years ago to determine determinehis detennlnehla determinehis
his personal fitness for the position on onthe onthe onthe
the corporation commission to which whichGovernor whichUoernor whichGovernor
Governor Swanson Swan on appointed him Is Isalso IsaiM Isalso
also coming to stump atumpior for Stuart
whether hether the Republicans win bokl i iseat a aeat aseat
seat > in Congress Cong from Virginia depends dependsupon depen4su dependsuIon
upon u n the flght in the ninth and fifth flfthdistricts DUhdistricts fifthdistrictL
districts They may ma possibly hold the theninth thenlatb theninth
ninth and win the fifth against Judge JudgeE
E W Saunders the Democratic in incumbent Incumbent incumbent ¬
cumbent The Republican candidate candidateagainst candkIatoagainst candidateagainst
against him is J M Parsons who con contested COftte costtested ¬
tested te ted Saunders election the last time timeand timeand timeelk
and elk whom the contest committee of ofCongress orCongress o oCongress
Congress has recommended to the next nextCongress nextCongre nextCongress
Congress e for a scat However it Is be believed be beUeved beflayed ¬
flayed that Saunders chances aro a better betterthis betterthtG betterthin
this time
In Second econd Tennessee TennesseeThere TennesseeThere j jThere
There is a most interesting Intcre3t1nlftlht fight In Inthe 10the Iathe
the second Tennessee district dstrlct which whichhas whichhas whielthas
has some significance from national po political po poUtical poUtica ¬
Utica standpoint inasmuch as Reese Rooeevelt Rooseveil Reesevolt
veil and President Tafts names are arebeing arebeing arebeing
being vsed isei sed freely reel Former Representa Representative Representat1veXa ReprenentatIveNaan ¬
tive t1veXa tIveNaan Naan an WHaie w Hale an original Roost Roosevelt Roostvelt Roosvelt ¬
velt man and now national Republican Republicancommitteeman RepubUcancommlthman Repub1ioacommitteeman
committeeman from Tennessee whowas whowas who whowas
was defeated de ated two years earsago ago by R W WAustin S SAustin W WAustin
Austin an ar antiAdministration man is isrtow isw Isflow
flow w running runnIng against Austin Austins Austinsfriends Austinstriend Austinsfriends
friends claim that he has the backing backingof
of the Taft Administration and that thatHale thatHale thatHale
Hale 15 1 not Ir accord accordwllh with the powers powersthat powersthat powersthat
that be at WashingtonHowever WashIngtonHowever Washington WashingtonHowever
However when Roosevelt visited ysltedKnoxme visitedKnoxville j
Knoxvllle he sent messages ahead ask askIn askIng j
ing In for a conference with Hale Some j
believe that the Roosevelt forces are areanxious areanxious 1 1anxious
anxious to see Hale defeat Austin Both Bothare Bothare Bothare
are Republicans and there is no Dem Democrat Democrat Dentocrat ¬
ocrat in the race raceHale raceHale raceHale
Hale is making his fight largely on
the Roosevelt platform He devotes devotesmuch deotesmuch devotesflinch
much of his speeches to praise of
Roosevelt and says he Is 5 an original originali orl 1nal >
i disciple of the former President PresidentAustIn 1 1Austin
Austin Au tln is busy boosting Taft before i
the people of the district though at
the time of his election he was 8S a sup ¬
porter of oi the late Waltor P Brownlow Brownlowmember Brownlowmember Brownlowmember
member of Congress Congre from the first dis ¬
trict who was deposed as State leader leaderand leadforand leaderand
and Federal patronage referee about
that time and who took a bolting dele ¬
gation to Chicago against the Roosevelt Rooseveltprogram Roosecttprogram Rooseveltprogram
program to nominate Taf TafFIREMEN Taft TattFIREMEN TaftFIREMEN
Praise for two members of the Fire
Department William J Seltz captain captainof
of No 22 engine company campan Brishtwuod Brishtwuodand BlI Brightwu Brightwuand htwuod htwuodand
and F 1 B Clements private of No 2 2engine 2engIne 2engine
engine company comPan is is contained in letters lettersjust letters lettersjust lettersjust
just received by b the Commissioners CommissionersCommenting CommlssloneICommenting CommissionersCommenting
Commenting on the work of Captain CaptainSimpson CaptainSeltz CaptainSeits
Seltz at the fire In the stable or A A N NSimpson NSimpson
Simpson Thursday Thursda morning W v vGrant W WGrant wGrant
Grant Grant of the firm of Grant Willis Willis1S47 Willis154T Illis Illis1SCi
1S47 Seventh street northwest says saysThe saysThe a > s sThe
The captains work was W s the riufst riufstskillful 11 nzdstskillful St
skillful under the he e circumstances I
have ever witnessed witnessedFireman witnessedFireman wltnessedFireman
Fireman Clement is complimented complimentedfupon complimentedupon complimentedupon
fupon upon his callantrv J 1n asslstjnc asslst1lIss Miss
Lilly LW A Chester and Miss Is I Knott KnowI Knottte KnottteneFiers
I teachers te cers in the Western Hi High h School Schoolfrom Schoolfrom Schoolfrom
from a trolley trolIe car following a collision collisionTlnirsday collisionThursda
Thursday Thursda morning at the corner of Wls Wlsconsin Wisconsin 11 11consln
consin avenue near Thirtysecond Thirtysecondstreet Thlrtsecondstreet Thirtysecondstreet
Andrew Andr and nd Imogene Imogenei I IIMOGENE
PIOGENE i MO GENE pulled a puff from over her left ear and anchored ancAoredit it on top of other ofI
IMOGENE I 1 her head with a hairpin 4It certainly It is too bad that its so dark darkIt darkIt darkIt
It seems s som ema to me its dangerous dangerousYes dangerousYes dangerousYes
Yes said Andrew Its three shades darker than the test t 5t of yo your yourhair yearhair r rhair
hair I dont understand why you doat buy all yourhair at one store stor and aadIt udit andit
It wouldnt look so much like a piebald pinto pony ponyIm ponyIm ponyIm
Im not talking about my hair Im talking about these sub subtlrbtm subtlrbtmstreets subarbenstreets rben rbenstreets
streets where they havent enough of light lightDont UghtDont lightDont
Dont expect me to follow you dear when you turn mental meat flipflaps
Im no mental acrobat Neither must mastyou mustJou mustyou
you expect me to try to unravel this thismilitary thismUitary thismilitary
military problem I haw long since sincelearned sincelearned sincelearned
learned that living in the District of ofColumbia orColumbia ofColumbia
Columbia js like paying alimony aUmonJits aUmonJitstaxation alimonyitstaaation its itstaxation
taxation without wIUtoutrepresentatlon representation and andif andIf andIf
if 1 ail an correct in my history this thismade thismadea th thmade
made madea a war once onceBut onceBut onceBut
But what have wars ars alimony and andmilitary andmlUtaryproblems andmllltaryprobloms
military mlUtaryproblems problems got to do with dark darkstreets dttrkstreets darkstreets
streets in the suburb naked Imo Imogene linegene
With Commissioner Judson a major and Comnii Commissioner sio er Johnston a ageneral ageneral ageneral
general scrapping with Colonel Randle and Brevet Corporal Bill Price Priceover Prieeover Priceover
over the matter it look looks to me very much much like a Military and xoiittaat af affair altall aCfair ¬
fair returned Andrew with some heat b at I tall you we w are under mill rolfiUry military milltary
tary rule here b re and it wontbe wont be a year before the ash h1BeJ1 men aDd garbage gen gentlemen lentlemen geatiomen ¬
tlemen will be wearing epaulets and carrying a sword swordThere swordThere swordThere
There Is another Commissioner isnt there thereYep t thereYep ere1 ere1Yep
Yep but you will never hear of him in this tAl affair He is not ot Mili Military utary Mi Mitary ¬
tary at all alL In 1868 he was elected temporary captain of a dackpia teejn teejndown tea teadown ll lldown
down at the Rathskeller but when the organization was made permanent perauuMBtDr
Dr Harry Harding beat him and his military aspirations went down like likeone Ja Jaone Ilkone
one of George Williamsons Yllllam ons mint juleps before a Southern Senator SenatorBut SeaatorBut SenatorBitt
But whats all these title epaulets swords braes bra s pants and bine binebuttons Wbuttons biv bivbutton
buttons got to do with the lighting roblera insisted Iraogeae Iraogeaer IraogeaeDearie 11D088eDearie linogeneDeane
r Dearie it goes oes to show that we are under martini law Martial law is islike isUke Islike
like martial law only its one ran power instead of one woman power powerMajor powerMajor powerMajor
Major Judson aspires to go down into history in the s eame e clue wtta wttaMajor wtiMajor wft wftMajor
Major Domo Napoleon Bonaparte Captain Kidd ad the boy who stood stoodon stoodon stoodon
on the burning deck He want to be a dictator aDd feels that as sack sackhe swckhe sackhe
he has the right and might to ride ks war horse over the cucumber patch patchof patehof patchof
of any resident of the District of Columbia He Hebelieves believes that if he wants wantsto wantsto wantsto
to to turn out the lights in the suburbs and allow the bold bad highwayipeb highwayipebto hlghwayciito R Rtcf
tcf to rob the suburbanite of his seed catalogues and ben journals h 1M has the theright tlteright theright
right to do it it He feels that if he wants to illuminate Sixteenth street streetwhere streetwhere streetwhere
where every resident has an automobile and a military title he has the theright UterIght theright
right to do that also Let Colonel Randle howl for the citisen ia his biscommunity 1liscommunity hiscommunity
community let Brevet Corporal Bill Price rant for f r his conetfttteats or orcity MIlcity oarcity
city is regulated to suit the tourists not n t the citizens citizensWhy eiUz8BSWhy cithensWhy
Why dont they let the citizens vote asked ked Imogeae ImogeaeDont lmogeaeDont ImogeneDont
Dont Dont say that dear Thats a fighting remark here ia Ute DIstrict DsrietThe DIstrictThe D strkt strktThe
The property owners turn purple and get asthmatic when j you u DI meaLloa ealk It ItIts itIts itIts
Its like sayi saying g uNe New Masonic KSOnic Temjle to a Washiagto Waskta Mesoa It rile rileem riles rilesem rilesem
em There is only ORe remedy I can think of ofWhat ofWBat oflrht
What is it itLet itT
Let Cuno Rudolph take som > degrees Let bin hi go see Dick OBrlea OBrleaand O1k1eaand OBrienand
and get made past exAlted e 1ted ruler of the Elks 30 he will have ve a title big bigenough Digenough bgenough
enough to enable him to get in this game oa an equal footing with the tbeoiber tJMoLher theoLber
oiber Commissioners Cuno lives here He is a business man aDd a citi citizen citizen citizen ¬
zen He has made other sacrifices for this job ob He sold his interest atereat ia iahis iahis Iahis
his hardware store when he went ent into office let him BOW DO acquire a a title titletake titletake
take take some degrees get elected vestryman or something somethingWho somethingWho somethingWho
Who did be sell his hardware store to Inquired Imogoae ImogoaeNobody lmoseaeNobOd ImogeneNobod3
Nobody NobOd knows but Billy West and hes h s not nott no talkin WaR till be begoes ite iteg006 hegoes
goes oat ntt t of the Commfsgioaersnip Conun C minIisiooersfii l i oersnip andMybeW an1My te we will wHl see seeI seeI ee
I didnt really real1 want to know I just asked because I like Jtketo to bear 1Mry 1Mrytalk yea yeatalk o otalk
talk You wiggle your mustache so funny when you talk talkHumph WkHumph talkHumph
Humph Andrew retired behind his h paper
Man > Lipacomb LS 1J fifteen Att years old of ofS3 otJg
S3 2 Prospect peet street northeast nort eut w wu c stfghi stfghily sMghtly t
1 ly Injured yesterday when Bhe si s e stepped steppedfrom 8C 8Ctrom steppodfront
from a a Capital Traction Tracdon car in Florida Floridaavenue Floridaavenue Floridaaveflae
avenue n near ar North th Capitol street streetwas Mr t aM aMwas andwas
was thrown to DM ground 3 Dr > r Cnariea CnarieaH CbrtesH
H H Bowker is treating her herI
The Business Doctor DoctorBy Doct DoctL
L I I 1By By Roe Fulkerson i
UTELI ccBLL DLL you 00 about stock companies companiesrepeated companiesL I IrepMted
L repMted the Business Doctor DoctorI
1 suppose you are gutting the fever of ofincorporation otIncorporation ofincorporation
incorporation which has become al almost almo a amost ¬
most mo t an epidemic Fundamentally I Iknow Iknow Iknow
know ot no possible objection obJe tloIt to incor incorporation iooqr iooqrp lne r rp ¬
p p poration nitlon In many many cases it Is Isalmost Isalmost j jalmost
almost a necessity nece slt and in a large ma majority majority majority ¬
jority of caseS csse it is advantageous advantageousWhere advantageousWhere 1 1Where
Where a partnership exists incorpora incorporation lneorporaI lneorporaIOon incorporalion ¬
lion is l always awa s desirable because any anyman an anmtln anyman
man who who wso owns an interest Jnt ESt in a business businesson butJlnessona
on ona a partnership basis Is liable under underthe underI underthe
I the law la for the entire debts of the es establishment estabilshiiiont entablishment ¬
tablishment in case clschi8 1Se his partners cannot cannotpay cannotJJ cannotpay
pay lie Is not only liable to the ex extent e etent cxtent ¬
tent of ot his interest but liable to the cx cxtent x xtent
tent of all his moans mo n In case of an anincori anIncoTKraUon anineorisoratlon
incori IncoTKraUon oratkm the owner of stock te H Ha 113bl Baold
a 3bl aold > ld for nothing nQthl g provided the th stock cer certiiicatc certi1lcate eartilicate
tiiicatc states clearly cle8rly that the stock Is tenonassessable IsnonR5essable Isonasnessable
nonassessable Again if a partner part er In Inany inany inany
any business gets disgruntled he can Ue Ueup ileup iieU
up U the business In meshes mesbesoC of legal red redtape redtape redtape
tape till it is ruined before it can be dis disentangled disentangle dinentangled ¬
entangled < Whereas if it is a stock stockcompany stockcompan stockcompany
company he can vote the amount of o his hisstock Itisstock hisstock
stock in any deliberation of th the com company compnn cornpony ¬
pony pnn but in case the majority decide d ide on ona onfne ona
a line of o1actlon action different from his opin opinion ot o14nlonlie ln lnion ¬
ion ion lonlie he must submit With docility or pro profanity profanlt profaulty ¬
faulty fanlt as he h086es sees fit ftt but he must sub submit submit submit ¬
mit mitIn In any any business buSineSs owned by one one man manthe man manthe manthe
the reasons for forming tormlilJ a stock com company COIftpaJU conspany
pany are fewer tewerand and an limited almost en entirely entirelY en431ely ¬
tirely to the need of more money to toenlarge toenlftrtc toenlarge
enlarge the business Many a prosper prosperous plosperOUSI prosperous ¬
ous OUSI ous business could be improved with withmore withmore withmore
more capital and it Is not unusual for a aman 3man aman
man to incorporate inc rpomte vand and sell shares of ofstock orstock ofstock
stock to use the money mono in enlarging his hishusinesg hisjusnes hisbustnes
husinesg bustnes instead of borrowing berrowi the themoney tlIemon themoney
money mon If he barrowsf and Is able abloto ablotopay to topay topay
pay back he is 1 better off for the new newbusiness nowusn newbusiness
business usn S Is his whereas whereas if he sells stock stockto stOCktoralse stockto
to toralse raise his money the larger lar cr portion
BERLIN Oet 21Arraasemeate ArIaaK8IIMRts are arebeing aretor areIng
being Ing made for the funeral ef C otto ottoYriacus OttoYrlacs 06 06Yrlacus
Yriacus a partner ia the publishing pubMsituurflrm ubll8b ubll8bSInn
SInn of Voickmar tI Co who whomltted com committed cornmitted ¬
mitted suicide yesterday on learning learningthat efDIathat lamingthat <
that the flrm had discovered that be bewas bewas hewas
was a defaulter to the amount of J3SOt 250Iee M j
of the increase lDOr e goes to teUie 6 the stockholders stockholdersin steckb4derin
in dividends dividendsAnother dlvJdindsAnother dividendsAnother
Another advantage In the t e stock n6c n6cpstU3 iINn iINnpany a acredlt
pany Idea Is that It makes 2 co e Arms Armscredit ariascredit
credit better betterweak Per contra
COfttnt it makes a aek aweak
weak ek ones credit worse Once each eachyear ead1year eachyear
year every incorporation l orporatIoft must give Iv to tothe toUte tothe
the cowrWf a sworn statement of Its Itsliabilities itsItabiUtles Itsliabilities
liabilities anti a assets F5eLS If the creditors creditorsor credito creditoor I
or any person who Iio te interested in the
business ltust desire to know anything anytbh el f I
Its affairs this report Is a j
matter or ofrecord orr orrecord
record r and n my ay be seen Falsifying Falsifyingsuoh FaJ8lfytagsudt Falsifyingsutit I
suoh a report is a criminal offense oftenseincorporation oaenaer
r 1 know oC ORe ease cn here articles or
incorporation I rporaton would have saved sav three threemen threemen
Imen men from absolute ruin Three bust bustrock buadaea bsjinssmen
men men took a ft flyer er in the purcha e oC oCrock a arock
rock quarry They put up 1 3090 each and andput Ddput andput
put a foreman with
a gang of mea to toworking toworking toworking
working the wasi wasicareless
quarry The foreman was wascarcle88 wascareless
careless and one morning a blast ba
T Toff set setoff eat eatot
off prematurely adding nine nIs Italian t tto faces facesto lacesto
to the population ef c heaven The Thewidows TAewidowS Thewidows
widows wailed d and and then sued for tOrate8 dens 4amases densage
ases ate8 age which the court allowed at the therate therate I Irate
rate of KW 4Ols per victim The total was wasthey
36Qli eoo and when the entire 88Mt8 aeset of the
tbre three owners were were gathered In a Danek Danekthey buackthey
they amounted to SSOW StJ06 of which whichi wh eoe eoeman ee eeman
i man had lets than sen another s54IO 5M 5ieand 5Mand
and andthe the other fellow the balance bala Had Hadthe
the quarry been a stock company the theonly u uOnly
only 0111 liability to either elt ciLie ciLiesnesaU er man manassessable Oft Oftassessable
assessable snesaU stock would ww have ve b bproceeds 1Htf hees Ute Utepro thepro
proceeds pro pro e eeds ds of the sale of the quar quarthe quaay aM aMthe andthe
the tools used in working w8lkl g it itOne It ItOne ftOne
One more advantage tlvaute IK J the stock com company eGID eGIDea cornpen ¬
pany ea is that t t each es k hag its board of ofdirectors ofdirectors ofdirectors
directors con conIsting < sttag Df of from Ave Avetwenty ftv ftvtwenty to
twenty men and nd the policy of the
arm is settled BY sy these theseference men 1ft con COIIt conferenee
ference t rence As a a result of ha hawen having < a dense doHftJJteI1 densemen
wen cooperating cooperaU the th affairs aJralrsoC of the fl flare AnA AnAare ftmnsare
are not so liable to run to extrea extreafor exir exirtor extremes extremesfor
for ten heads are better than tbaftlit one oneIH oe oeIn
IH case ot a mans man death his A estate estatehas e tatehas estatehen
has a much more tangible tft I and market marketable J8aJ1EetbIe rna rnaable ¬
able asset in shares of stock to a con concern COReeiD concern ¬
cern than they have In a partnership partnershipor tAel5bip
or or part p rt ownership Where a father fatherraises ftheeraiee fatherraises
raises his hI sons up In a business it is tenow isJlOW Isnow
now the custom to incorporate giving givingi gtvt gtvteach gtvingeach
i each son a certain number of ofof shares sharesof 8bare6I
I of stock in addition to a salary for his hisservices hiservlces hisservices
services Tbe father may retain SI per percent percent
I cent and thus hold ld control > of the Utet bust business bustness ¬
t ness Jlas up te the time ttm of his death deaUa and aadaUB aBd811I andstill
still not > make the sons ItS feel that thatara tbe they theyare
are mere hirelings waiting for formens t dee deeMlS deedmens
I mens shoes Faithful Faltht l employes are areoften areottonrewarded areoften
often ottonrewarded rewarded in the same way These Theseare Theseare
I are some of the advantages of loose incorporation 1acoEI looseporatlon ¬
poration pOnLtlon and if there be dteadrastasM dteadrastasMI diRdTaftt
I I do not know ot them
Delivery and Collection CollectionService CollectionService CollectionService
Service to Be Improved Improvedfor In proved provedfor
for Holidays HolidaysAnticipated HolidaysaUdpted HolidaysAadcipeted
Anticipated IMIM Irnproernents tas ni eaiosnir fe 1 the theposto thee theposlof6ce
poslof6ce posto Oce e delivery and eallacttaa tT e ItMIt serv service RrIce servIce ¬
ice Ice lid a pten to sav usao the Govern Government GorernJDeDt Gosreramont ¬
mont JU 110ft ll to asMMMy are areresponsible arefoe arerepoudbis
responsible for a iltclstin to sotteh sottehStatloa MtoUahStatioa sholisliStation
Station D at 714 JTourHUNlalMtf street streetsouthwest areetJtOutbwe Streetsouthwest
southwest t according < 1 10 Postmaster PostmasterNorman PoslmeeterNorman tel telorman
Norman orman A A Xcnitt XcnittIn XentttIn MerrittIn
In an Interview today XT Jferritt Jferrittsaid Xen1ttsalel Merrittsaid
said the employes of tile station would wouldwhile wouldbe wouldbe
be in given positions 1ft tile nenerat neneratwhile mct mctwhile
while a contract station wilt fee tab oetbItehed e tabJI estabItehed
JI Itehed where residents of the south southwest OathWe8t southwest ¬
west CAR register letters iettenr iettenrJDODe7 purchase jMtrchasemoney purchasemoney
money orders and secure posteffice postefficeTb po CottlceMlppUec
MlppUec MlppUecTIM Ju
Tb TIM arrangement arraae eat which te 1 te become becomeetfecttv MeomeettectIYe becomeeffective
effective December 1 te designed to be beof beoC beof
of common advata a4 advautsa e to reatdonts r of ofthe otUte ofthe
the southwest section employee of ofStation orSttJoa ofStatloit
Station D lid the Government 0 Msolf Msolfand k eHto hueand
and to give the action o a better 1teU maI maIservice maIaervtce maIservice
service than it itCaiie has ever had hadCause badCause
Cause ef MaE Delay BelayUnder DelayUDder DelayUndee
Under the present t arranges arraa armanernsut not ma mate madt mais
te dispatched from tile several office officeat officeat Uke Ukeat
at a stipulated time la ia order te 118tDrDed be beturned b bturned
turned over to the carriers at t Station StationD
D It frequently happens that when whenMS wbenthen whenthere
then is a heavy n some MS ot It has haste hasto hasto
to be left until a second delivery deliveryAccording dellYeTAecordlDc deltver deltverAccording
According to Mr Menitt under the theplan theIIa theplea
plan shortly mortl to be installed the first firstmail firstJDi1 firstmail
mail delivery deIiver of the day w wtJI l be made madeat mad madat madeat
at the same time It is now made de but butwill butril butwill
will be more complete completeWith completeWith completeWith
With the deliveries deUv to be ae early earlyand ear earaDd earlyand
and more complete eompl the collections un under under undes ¬
der the new system wm be later This Thiswill ThiSm Thswill
will m be the th result re of the matt goJn goJndirect 30 30trect goindirect
direct to the general eaenl office ollie instead tasteedbeing insteadberog i ibeing
being relayed The present at force forcethe in inthe i in
the general eral office will be sufficient eJe t i ihandle tIe 1handle
handle n Ie the service e in the terxitcr terxitcrrepresented terltorrepreeented lerriterrepresented
represented by Station D which ex extends e eteads etends ¬
tends south from the Smithsonian 1tDan Ir Irstitnte 1 13titute Istttut
stitnte stttut to th the river with South Capit Capitstreet Capitstreet 1 1street
street as its eastern boundary boundaryHandle bouIMiarJHa bouryHandle
Handle Ha le Holiday Work WerkWith WetkWltb WorkWith
With the rush of the holiday season seasones 8MSe masoscheduled
e scheduled t4 beftaat begin nt the tilDe Scatc ScatcD atc atcD
D Ia abandoned empIoy empioyus es of the sta station statioI1 stalion ¬
lion will be taken into the genera generaoffice generaoffice generaoffice
office and given employment ent in ban bandims bndliJIf bandUng
dims dUng the extra work It te planned t tgive ttYe tsive >
give them regular vacancies la 1 tn tnservice tnt tntservice np npHrVIce
service as fast as they occur and it I is isbelieved Isbelieved isbelieved
believed that all of them can be per permanently irentIy perasanently > ¬
manently placed within a few fewXT J80 months monthsMr th thXr
XT ierriu > today said that tAe coi coitract co cotract cotract
tract station probably will be located locatednear 1ocatHlJMr Iocatcdnear
near the site of Station D It is Istended in intended i itended ¬
tended to have It folly equipped equippedbaAdUng f fhandling fhandling < >
handling the regular business of a apostoffice apo apotofftce
postoffice po with th the exception of ofliver de delivery dfllYer ¬
livery liver and collection The contract contractstation eo contratitadon trad tradIta
station Ita on will be opened simultaneously simultaneouslywith simuttaaeouslwith simultaneouslywith
with the close e of Station D DIn DI DI
I In IntheMailBag the Mail BagThe Bag BagThe I IThe
The Wifes Cold Feet FeetI
I T To the theThe be tor OTbeW OTbeWTIle of The Waahsgqu misses missesThe
The editorial in Tuesdays ys Times about aboutCold aboutCold aboutCoM
Cold Feet in Hubbys Back would wouldmarking wouJd8eem wouldseem
seem important enough to De It epoch epochJllUktag epochmarking
marking event eDt consfderia considering the char character charter charactor ¬
actor ter of the principles involved The
old old story of a husbands erueit erueitfusing erueitRobert erueitRobert
Robert OweD of LogazuIport lad re reto xvfusing
fusing to allow his better hair to towelcome totout totoast
tout her Icy pedal extremities In the theweIeome thewelcome
welcome warmth of the small sms of his hisIt hisbadc hisback
back It is another old old story of ofuniversal ofInnss
Innss 5 universal gallantry as protector protectorof
of the weaker sex Then a new IMW story storycomes storyCOJDe storycomes
comes in te th the form of another big bigi bIgvictory bIgvictory
victory scored 1ft the onward sweep i of ofToward orWomaD ofwoman
woman Toward the Goal of Her HerComplete HerComplete HerComplete
Complete Emancipation EmancipationSo
So far so good dl8 > in regard te the theemancipction theemaadpetJoD theetnancipetlost
emancipction and emancipator the thebeen thecruelty thegeneral
general cruelty ot hu has already atreadybeen alreadybeen
been disproved but hIItaad and that Is the theimportant theost themost
most important part to consider It goes goessay gOfSoa goeson
oa to > say that frostyfooted wives the theworld thewo theworld
world over are going to rejoice that the themarriage tbemarriace themarriage
marriage certificate guarantees the theright theri thexigbt
right to a human hot water bottle 1 sttie or orwords orv orwueds
words v to that effect effectNow eIlectNow effectNow
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