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6 THE WASHINGTON TIMES MONDAY rO jAY OCTOBER 24 24 4 1910
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i Cptember > cPtember U Ull Ulli 44161 44161Total
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Dally average e c for the h month 4124 4124The
The net total circulation of The Wvohln Vsmhlns
ton Times CdalI dally during the month of r Septem September ¬
ber was > a 9J5J07 9J 9 4107 1 07 all copies cel left over and andreturned andrdurned andreturned
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Vrhcn hen divided by b 26 the number or days of ofpublication orUblicaUon ofublkaUon
publication shows the th ner dally average for foreptemberto
September eptemberto to have be been < < n 1 3Z 3ZSunday 3SZ 3SZSunday 3i 3iSunday
Sunday SundayThe SundayThe SundayThe
The number ot complete and perfect copies copiesof cQltteaor cotilesof
of Th The Washington W hlRgten Times printed Sundays Sundaysduring
during th tH month ORth 9l September w was a as fol ¬
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Time TImes Sunda Sunday during the month or Sep S
tcmber was 165 165366 all copies let J f over overand overand overand
and returned by agents being t eliminated
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of Sundays Sun aYSdurtAS during September l shows shows s the net net7u22ay net6um1ay
Sunday 7u22ay aver average se for September to have be been fl
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In each issue of t The Times the circulation
fgu flsuswi es for the previous day are ptalnly plaln plalnIoIrlntkJ
rtntl r + at the head of th the first page at the
left of the date line lineEntered lineEntered lineEntered
Entered at the Postofflce > at Washington
X D > C as sJcixl nd class matter matterPeron matterPtnona matterPersons
Persons returntne to the city citynay C citymay tT tTma9btaln
nay ma9btaln obtain prompt and satisfac satisfactory satisfactory eatlafactort ¬
tory delivery deliver of The Wnahtncton WnahtnctonTime yashingtonTimes aJihln oD oDltme
Time to their home or of offices officesby otacesby flees fleesby
by cotlfylnc oUfJnl this office either by bymall bymaU bymall
mall or telephone The lime limewill Tlmeehall lJmeflU
will flU be delivered at the rate of 30 30cent 30eente So Soctntll
cent ctntll a munth or 7 cents cent n uneckt unecktTelephone week rreelcTelephone weekTdephone
Telephone Circulation Department Depart Department Departtocnt ¬
ment Main Iuln 5200 5200WHAT raoVHA 5260WHAT
WHAT VHA T WOULD THE TUBER TUBERCULIN TUBERCULIN TUBERCULIN ¬
CULIN TEST COST COSTIf COSTI
If I i the District Commissioners shouhldecide should shoulddecide sh uHl uHldc
decide dc < id to insist upon the tuberculin test testfor test testfor testfor
for Virginia and Maryland dairy dair herds herdswhose llerdshose herdswhose
whose hose milk is sold in Washington Washingtonwhat Washingtonwhat Vashingtonwhat
what would be the expense to farmers farmersin farmersin farmersin
in dollars and cents centsThis centsThis centsThis
This is a question tp which an ap approximately appro appro ¬
proximately pro imatel ilnately accuralojuibwcr should sllo ld be befound befound befound
found by the Commissioners or by h the theC theChamber thehamber
C Chamber of Commerce milk committee committeelor committcFor lttce lttceFor
For two reasons we should obtain
re reliable reliabe rcliable ¬
liable information First because b ause it itis itis itis
is right righttli that t we should shouJd kno know how ex cxpensive expensive exp ¬
pensive p < nsie the test would be to toihcpro toihcproducer ihe hc pro producer producr ¬
ducer and second because we w should shouldknow SIOU SIOUknow shouldknow
know whether the application of the thetost thctit thetest
tit would oult1 seriously seriousl curtail our milk milksupply n milksupply ilk ilk6upply
supply supplyIt
It would be a pretty prett difficult task to togo togo togo
go through tltlou h the herds and make an anestimate aftestimate anestimate
estimate of o the number of cows that thatwould tlmtould thatwould
would ould have ilacto to be l > c destroyed dt5tro ed if the test testregulation testrcgulllti testregulation
regulation rcgulllti n were put into operation We Wehave 1Yebave Wehave
have at hand however information informationupon informationupon informationupon
upon which a a reasonably reasonably fair estimatecan estimate estimatecan estimatLcan
can be made The percentage of tuber tuberculous tubercuJous tubereulous ¬
culous stock among the cattle of the theDistrict tReDistr theDistrict
District Distr < t is known and could probably probablybe probtthlybe
be accepted as an indication in ication of the per perCntagc perctniage perentage
Cntagc of tuberculous stock among the thecattle UlecattJe thecattle
cattle of Virginia and Maryland MarylandA 1LtnlandA IuJJaoo IuJJaooA
A year ago the Health Department Departmentput Depnrt Departmentput ent entput
put the herds of the District under underthe underthe underthe
the tuberculin test regulation Out t
3701 701 cows tested 319 reacted Thiswas This Thiswas Thiswas
was a percentage of 187 It is reason reasonable reasonable reasonable ¬
able to suppose the percentage of oftuberculous oftubercuJou5 oftuberculous
tuberculous cattle cattie would not run as asliigh as11igh ashigh
high in Virginia and Maryland be because hecause because ¬
cause the dairy dairy herds there are notrestricted not notrestricted notrestriftcd
restricted to such small areas areasThcirccords ar areas areasTllc AS ASThc
Thcirccords Thc I Industrr records of the Bureau nurOl Burotptof u of Animal AnimalIndustry AnimalIndustry
Industry probably furnish a better in indicatioi ith ithclicatiol indicatiol
dicatioi of the extent of o tuberculosis tuberculosisamong tuberculosisamong tuberculosisamong
among Virginia and Maryland cattle cattlerom cattIeom
t tZom
rom om 1893 8D3 to 1908 008 the tuberculin test testBt testh testFits
h Bt > applied to t 400008 cattle under the thefmpcrvision thelpri theRnpervision
fmpcrvision lpri i JI pf Qf the buireau I rC l1J The he number numberthat numbertbat numberthat
that reacted re f d hs s3i
was 57000 OOor or 025 2 per percent percent
cent Tlje Tje q q1gures figures 1 1cent gurcs arc are for a long longiKrriod longllCri longperiod
iKrriod llCri period jbM and l Mb Mbparts L were were for fortcsts tests made in all allparts allparts
parts of the country countryIt
It i seems sec safe tp t to estimate that if ifthe ifthe ifthe
the tcXtf t tt tr Xcrc lrleredemhnaed tc gem demanded ndcd the Virginia Virginiaaud Virginiaaud Virginiaand
aud Maryland farmers who furnish furnishmilk furnishmiIk furnishmilk
milk for the District Distri t would aul lose from fromoneeighth fromoneeisbth fromoneeighth
oneeighth to onesixth of their UI ir cattle cattleThis cattleThis cattleThis
This is a smaller loss OSS than the pro producers producers producers ¬
ducers have feared feared it itJf j is much smaller smallerthan smaJlerthan smallerthan
than the retailers here her have h ve given as asprobable asprob asprobable
probable probableWhether prob probable1Vhother l l1tcQ1croon
Whether 1tcQ1croon oven this relatively small smallnumber smnHnumber smallnumber
number of cattle should be condemned condemnedwithout condomnedWitJlOUt condemnedwithout
without Stl r s 141 iy provision provisiollhaing having been beenmade benmltde beenmade
made mltdeitb itb to tibmpensate tbmpensate the owners owners wners is a aserious nscribus aserious
serious question estical ti If 1fd Ifdeuitc definite itc assurances
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can Cl be obtained from representatives representativesof es esof
I of the thaVirginia Virginia and Maryland iar Jund govern governments governmotlts govornmelts ¬
melts that compensation for destroyed destroyedtuberculous destro destroycdtuberculous cd cdtullercu10us
tuberculous cattle will be provided providedeoon providedsoon providedsoon
soon it may mil be advisable for tho thoDistrict thoDistrict theDistrict
District temporarily r to suspend suspen its or order or order order ¬
der for the tuberculin test testA testA testA
A VERDICT IN THIRTY MIN MINUTES MINUTES nN nNUTES ¬
UTES IN CRIPPENS CASE CASEThere CASEThcre CASEThere
There does not no seem to be anything anythingwrong anythingwron anythingwrong
wrong wron with the jury jur system sstem in Eng England Eng11nd England ¬
land if prompt verdicts are what is iswanted isi fswanted
i wanted The The jury in the UU Crippen ease easewas case casewas clsewas
was out but thirty thirt minutes before beforebrin beforebrin3ing beforebrining
brining brin ingv in a a sentence son cnce of murder inthe in inthe ip iptbe
the first degree degreeThe degreeThe f fThe
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The accounts printed here of the thetrial thetrial thetrial
trial have not been full enough to togive toghe togive
give us the case as it went to the thejury thejur thejury
jury jur but we have had enough to con convince conince convince ¬
vince ince us that if Crippen had been tried triedin triedin triedin
in this country with all the technicali technicalities tcdm techmcnlities cnli cnlitics ¬
ties and delays dela delays s our astute criminal criminallawyers criniin criminallawyers 1 1lawers
lawyers lawers have learned to interpose his histrial histrial histrial
trial would hardly hardl be under way by bythis bytbis bythis
this time The The1I1ere mere difficulty of prov proving pro proing proving ¬
ing the body of the crime would have havebeen Jlaebeen havebeen
been a a good enough point for many manyshrewd man manshrewd manyshrewd
shrewd attorneys nttornevs over here to to have havegot hacgot havegot
got a a disagreement on onXo onNo ono
Xo o one who has followed the CripPen Crip Crippcn Crippen ¬
pen F Fthe pse case ase can have much doubt as to tothe tothe
the mans guilt but even with our ourknowledge ourI ourknowledge
knowledge I n wJ d c of of the difference in pro procedure procedure procedure ¬
cedure in England there will be sur surprise su suprise surprise ¬
prise at the promptness and business businesslike businessliko businesslike ¬
like ray Ilcy w the case has been disposed oft oftPOE of ofPOE ofPOE
POE AT LAST L ST IN THE HALL HALLOF HALLOF HALLOF
OF FAME FAMEThe FAMETIle FAMEvrhie
The fact that Edgar Allan Poe has hasbeen hasbeen hasbeen
been included among the eleven im immortals immo inlmoitals ¬
mortals mo taJs just added to the Hall of ofFame ofFame ofFame
Fame meaDS more to the American AmericanPantheon AmericanPantheon AmericanPantheon
Pantheon itself than it does to the thefame thefame thefame
fame of the man whose whose name will willthereby willthere willthereby
thereby there lend rather than borrow oorro lus luster lustcr luster ¬
ter In the balloting tlllotin ne he was a joint jointholr jointhoir jointheir
heir with Oliver Wendell Holmes to toa toa toa
a popularity exceeded only oill by that thatof tHatof thatof
of Mrs Irs Stowe StoweDuring StoweDuring StoweDuring
During the five years which ielt have haveelapsed INlccapsed haveelapsed
elapsed since the last balloting for forthe iorthe forthe
the Hall of Fame ame popular JK > mlar opinion has haspractically baspractiCaIJ haspractically
practically put the institution on OHtrial ontrial ontrial
trial To o have Ita e excluded the t c name of ofPoe ofPoc ofPoe
Poe the first of American men of ofletters ofletters ofletters
letters to attain a position at once oncecosmopolitan oncecosmopolitan oncecosmopolitan
cosmopolitan and enduring e during would have havebeen haebeen havebeen
been to discredit the Hall of Fame Fameitself Fameitself Fameitself
itself itselfThe itselfthe itselfTk
Tk The Caesars pageant shorn of Brutushost Brutus Brutusbust BrHtUfgbwit
bust bustDM bwitDW hostDl4
DM but of e Romes beat e t son remind her hermore 1tcrmore herinure
more moreTHE moreTIIE inureTHE
THE CHURCH FAIRS WHOLE WHOLESOME WHOLESOME THOLE THOLESOME
SOME RIVAL RIVALThednf RIVALT1idr RIVALThis
Thednf This driicof it of the Ladies Aid Society Societytoward Societytoward Societytoward
toward field work instead of the thechurch thechurch thechurch
church social forecasts the passing of ofad ofal ofart
ad institution and the incoming of a nhigher aigh ahigher
higher igh r ethical standard standardup standardup standardUp
up up in Columbia county oount Pennsyl Pennsylvania l Pemisyivania > cnnsy1vania ¬
vania one of these typical organiza organizations organizations organizat ¬
tions which tltick t always have h e to shoulder shoulderthe shoul shoulderthe er erthe
the responsibility for the last quarter quarterof
of the ministers salary SA Jar has aban abandoned abundoned abandoned ¬
doned the predatory raffle the cut cutpurse cutpurse cutpurse
purse auction and the Ilhinebaron Ilhinebaronoyster Rkinebaronostersuppcr thinebaronoyster
oyster ostersuppcr supper and has gone out into intothe intot intothe
the t c rural districts to husk corn The Thesinking Thesinking Tliesinking
sinking fund needed the money and andthe andthe andthe
the farmer needed nce ed corn huskers In Inone Inone Inone
one day da a quartet of these tJl e rosy rosyKuths r05 r05Uutb5 rosyRuths
Kuths husked out 190 90 bushels of corn cornon cornon cornon
cornI I
on the cob at a net profit of 750 750ami 750and i iand
and the delighted delig tcd BOOK has engaged engagedthem engagedthem I IUlem
them for a l month to come comeThe comcThe comeThe
The warmest friends of the th tht church churchfair churchfair i iftlir
fair have Jte always looked more or leas leasaskance 10 10askance lessaskance
askance at the ethics invojved in serv serving servins serving ¬
ing three quarts of oysters and two twogallons twoga1Jon5 twogallons
gallons of milk to a whole hall full of ofhumanity oflJUmanity ofhumanity
humanity and raffling off crewelwork crewelworkbaby crewelworkbaby crewelworkbaby
baby sacques to goodnatured bachelors bachelorswhose bachelorswhose bachelorswhose
whose only course was to donate thorn themfor thornfor thornfor
for another holdup The question questionwhether questionwhether questionwhether
whether charity sanctified the games gamesofchance gamesof gamesofchancc
ofchance of hance which would be reprehensible reprehensibleunder reprehensibleunder reprehensibleunder
under any other form frequently cre created creted createdlittle ¬
ated atedlittle ted little Jjt le rifts in the congregational congregationallute congregati < nlll nllllute
lute which had a a tendency tendcnc to make the themusic themusic themusic
music mute A whole literature of ofchcshirecat ofcbeshirecat ofcheshirecat
chcshirecat humor bas grown b gown up uparound uparound u P Paround
around the prize winner inneI in the beauty beautycontest bcaut bcautCOiltC8t beautycontest
contest of these eleemosynary fore foreatherings foregatherings foregatherings
gatherings gatheringsGood gatheringsGood atheringsGood
Good morals and aJ d agriculture will willalike will witTalike willalike
alike be aided by the cornhusking cornhuskingmethod co cornhuskingmethod n uskjng uskjngmethod
method of lifting the debt on the thechurch thechurch thechurch
church organ and the mantle of char charity charit charitttivill ¬
ity it itttivill will not have to tack on a ruffle ruffleor ruffleor ruffleor
or let et out a a hem to cover all the thedevices thedovices thedevices
devices practiced prncti ed in its name nameThose namcThOfC nameThere
Those jokesmiths whove been rapping rappingthe rappingthe rappingthe
the Quaker City Cll for Its lack of speed speedwill speedwl11 speedwill
will now have to hunt up a new outlet outletfor outletfor outletfor
for their humor humorJudging humorJudginS humorJudging
Judging by the amount of language languagethat languageUMt kanguasethat
that has come out in the milk hearings hearingsthus h hgaringsthus arlns arlnsthus
thus far the retailers and not the far farmers farmors farmors ¬
mors are the producers producersOver producersOer producersOver
Over here the Crippen trial rlal wouldhave would wouldhave ould ouldhave
have progressed about to the reading readln of ofthe ofthe r rthe
the hypothetical h pothetlcal question by this time timeAt time1t
At 1t 1 last the football footbAll warrior warr ior can n have haveour haveui haveour
our our ui undivided attention
Business and Financial Outlook OutlookBY
5
BY FRANK A MUNSEY MUNSEYReprinted MUNSEYR MUNSE Y YAeprinted
5
Reprinted R rbtedfrom from Munseys Magazine 415a azine for or ffovcmbcr
1HE financial situation looks vary varymuch ver vermuch verymuch
THE much batter to me than it did dida dida dida
a few mouths ago agobetter better in infact infact infact
fact than at any an time tme within the thelast theast thelast
last ast six months The powder mines minesare minesare minesare
are out of the market The atmos atmosphere atmosphere atmosphere ¬
phere of Wall Va1 Street is clarifying clarifyingThe claribingTh clarifyingThe
The Th conditions that breed panics have havebeen havebeen havebeen
been eliminated eliminatedPanics ellmlnatePanics eliminatedPanics
Panics come from a disturbed disturbedmoneymarket di disturbedmoneymarket turbed I Imonemarket
moneymarket from wild speculation speculationfrom speculationfrom speculationfrom
from from overextended accounts acoo nts from fromoverextended fromoverextended fromoverextended
overextended business buslne s from sky skyhigh skyhigh skyhigh
high prices for securities and andfrom androm andfrom
from rom overproduction by factories factoriesand factoriesandundue factoriesandundue
and andundue undue expansion of credit There Thereare Thereare Thereare
are none of these in the present situ situation situation situation ¬
ation Securities are below theirvalue their theirvalue theirv
value v lue Bankers have their affairs affairswell affairsweUln affairswell
well weUln In hand There are few If any anyoverextended anyoverextended anyoverextended
overextended speculative accounts accountsand accountsand accountsand
and business Is running along on low lowpressure lowpr058ure lowpressure
pressure Money is cheap and a acheap acheap acheaPPrice
cheap cheaPPrice price for money enhances thevalue tho thovalue thovalueof
value valueof of securities while highpriced highpricedmoney highpricedmoney highpricedmoney
money depreciates the value alue of se securities securitles securities ¬
curitiesJtnotber curities curitiesAnother curitlesAnother
Another evidence of bettered conrliUons con conSiffons conlfo
Siffons lfo s is found in the good demand demandfor demandorondS domandfcn
for orondS Ijonds This demand deI and is probably probablybetter proo probablybetter
better than it has been at any time timewithin timcwIthin timewithin
within wIthin a year o r and a B buoyant bond bondmarket bondmarket I
market arket usually presages It more buoy buoyant buoyant ¬
ant stock market marketThere marketlh marketThere
There lh re are therefore no squall sig signals signais signals ¬
nals nais or or storm signals or hurricane hurricanesignals hurricanesignals hurricanesignals
signals anywhere to be 1 > e seen The Thegeneral Thegeneral Thegeneral
general underlying condition of af affairs arfairs affairs ¬
fairs is sound Our crops have b e been beensatisfactory beensatisfactoryan beensatisfactory
satisfactory satisfactoryan and anc fHlrpeop1e > ur r people have been beenand beenand beenand
and ar 1 r for the most part wellem wellemployed weUemployed wellemployod ¬
ployed and industrious We are arebijt a ablt ab
bijt b extravagant but then we always alwayshave ahraysave alwayshave
have ave been so and notwithstanding notwithstandingour
our extravagance we e have made madeprogress madei madeprogressprogress
i progress progreHprogrOH progress of a kind that thathap thathaf thathas
hap staggered the rest of the world worldSecurities worldSecurities odd oddSecurities
Securities have been selling belowtheir below belowtheir 0010 0010their
their actual value for months but butthe butthe butthe
the danger of something happening happeningof
of a panic of a slump that would wouldbreak wouldbreak ould ouldbreak
break things wide open made thepurchase the thepurchase thepurchase
purchase of stocks undesirable The Theprices Theprices Theprices
prices are are in in the main about the thesame thesame thesame
same now as they have been for the thelast thelast thelast
last three or four months save on ondips OIludl outdips I
udl dips that is breaks caused by the theliquidation theJiquidaUon theliquidation
liquidation of some overextended overextell ed ac account account account ¬
count or by an ultrapanicky feeling feelingon i
on the pqrt of the Wall Street Stre t crowd crowdBut crodBut crowdBut
But with these things pretty pre ty well wellIroned wellIroned wellironed I
Ironed out and an accurate knowl knowledge knoledge knowledge ¬
i
edge of the measurement of our crops cropsand cropland cropsand
and the certainty that we e shall have havemoney havemonel havemoney II
money enough to more them togeth together tOfctherwUh
er erwUh with the obvious certainty that thatsensational thatsensational thatsensational
sensational declines from this point pointare pointare pointare I
are highly improbable the situation situationpresents situationpresents situationpresents I
presents an entirely different front frontThe frontThe I IThe
The fear of a 2 violent break in inrices inprices i iprices I
prices rices which has been quite possible possibleat
at any time during the last six sixmonths sixmonths sixmonths I
months has kept investors and par particularly particularly 1 1ticularly
I
ticularly small investors from picki pickiing pick picking picking
ing up stocks and bonds at these low lowprices lowpricesand lowpricesand
prices pricesand and they are low considering consideringtheir consideringtheir consideringtheir
their dividend yield yield ield and the substan substantial subtantial substantial ¬
tial properties that they represent I Iam Iam Iam
am speaking only of the best securi securities securities securities ¬
ties ties the best are none too good for foryou foryou foryou
you the worst or even en the poorer poorerones poorerones rcr I
ones arc not good good enough for you youWhile youWhile ou
I
While I think stocks are a purchase purchaseat
at present pr scllt prices if purchased con conservatively conservativeJ conservatively ¬
servatively I am m not of the opinion opinionthat opinionthat opinionthat
that we have immediately ahead ot otus otus ofus
us any runaway runawa market marketthat market that is to tosay tosajany tosay
say sajany any great permanent boom It Itlooks Itlooks Itlooks
looks like an investment market at atthe atthe
I
the present time not a speculative speculativemarket speculativemarket i imarket
market marketThe marketThe I Ihe
The he widely fluctuating market is a aspeculators aspeculators i ispeculators
speculators market whereas a quiet quietmarket quietmarket quietmarket
market may nIa well be an investors investorsmarket investorsmarket investorsmarket
market The investor who pays for forhis forhis forhis
his securities should be content withMEMPHIS with withj withMEMPHIS withMEMPHIS
j
MEMPHIS DRY ONCE ONCEIN ONCEIN ONCEIN
IN A GENERATION GENERATIONSaloons GENERATIONI GENERATIONSaloons
I Saioons Saloons Closed for First First Time on onSunday onSundayViolation onSundayViolation
Sunday SundayViolation Violation of Consti Constitution Constitution Constitution ¬
tution Alleged AllegeMEMPHIS AllegedMEMPHIS AIlegeMEMPHIS
MEMPHIS Tenn Oct 24 21For For F r the thefirst thefirst thefirst
first time Um in a a jeeneratlon veneration the drinking drinkingplaces drinkingplaces drinkingplaces
places of Memphis to the number of ofTOO orOO
TOO OO remained closed all day Sunday in inobedience InIbet1ience inobedience
obedience to a temporary injunction is issued issued Issued
sued by Fedcrql Fedcr = JI Judge Jud e John E McCall McCallat McCallat lcCa1Jat
at the instigation of the Law Law and Order OrderTeacuo Order OrderIcauue OrderLeague
League TeacuoThe IcauueThe LeagueThe
The league was urged u ed on to its itsaction Itstctlon Itsaction
action by b nonresident nonresident property owners owjierswho oWIerswho ownerswho
who alleged that the driasr drln drIi r places op operated OPerAtct1 operated ¬
erated erAtct1 in violation of the Statewide Statewideprohibition StatewideProhibition Statewideprohibition
prohibition ixw depreciated th the value valueof valueof alue alueof
of adjacent property and thus constitoted consti constituted constltt ¬
toted tuted tt a violation of the Fourteenth FowrtecntUAmendment IourtoenthAm FourteenthAmendment
Amendment Am ndment of o the Federal Constitution Cnst1tu Cnst1tui Constitutioni
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his dividends and be free from worry worryabout worryabout Worryabout
about the daily orweekly or monthly monthlyfluctuations monthlyfluctuations monthlyfluctuations
fluctuations in Wall Street StreetThe StreetThe StreetThe
The Sherman Act ActThe ActThe ActThe
The Sherman Act and its applica application application application ¬
tion to securities Is still a very im important important important ¬
portant factor in the market We Wehavent Wehavent e ehavent
havent heard very much about about the theSherman theSherman theSherman
Sherman Act recently It has appar apparently apparently apparently ¬
ently been largely forgotten by the themen themen themen
men who talk finance and who are arethe arcthe arethe
the buzzing little pulleys in the big bigmachine bigmachine bigmachine
machine machineBut machineBut
I
But the Sherman Act should not be beforgotten beforgotten beforgotten
forgotten Its bearing on our cor corporations corporations ¬
porations is precisely the same as it itwas itwas itwas
was last winter when President Taft Taftsent Taftsent Taftsent
sent his special speclalmessage message on the 7th 7thof 7t11or 7th 7thof
of January to Congress Congre urging a aFederal aFederal aFederal
Federal incorporation law Up to tothat tothat tothat
that time tl1ye we were slated for a period periodof periodof periodof
of exceptional a prosperity The President Pres President President ¬
ident made It clear clearbe he couldnt have havemade haeI haemade havemade
I
made It clearer clearerthat that If Congress fail failed tailed failed ¬
ed to furnish relief reUe to the corpora corporations corporations corporations ¬
tions failed to provide w law that thatwould thatwould thatwould
would make it possible for the thebig big in interstate interstate interstate ¬
terstate corporations to do business businesshe businesshe businesshe
he would enforce the existing law av aw the theSherman
1Sherman I ISherman
Sherman Act be the results ever so sodrastic sodrastic I IdraaUc
drastic drasticThe draaUcThe drasticThe
The decisions in the Standard 011 Oiland 011and 011and
and Tobacco cases have not yet yetboen yetboenreached been beenreached beenreached
reached by b the Supreme Court CourtThese CourtThese CourtThese
These decisions vhen they come comewhich comewhich comewhich
which may ma be in three months or In Insix Insix Insix
six months will make it pretty prett clear clearwhether clearwhether clearwhether
whether the railroads and other in interstate Interstatc Interstate ¬
terstate corporations are doing busi business busineM bustness ¬
ness legally or not If the decisions decisionsare
are against these thc e two corporations it itis ItlIS Itis
is obvious that not only they must be bereorganized bereorganized I Ireorganized
reorganized but other corporations corporationsand
and big interstate railroads must be bereorganized bereorganized bereorganized
reorganized as well wellBut wellBut wellBut
But with no adequate provision in inour
I
our ourlaVos laws for fora a satisfactory reorgani reorganization reorganl reorganlzatlon ¬
zation what hat will happen then It Itis ItIs ItIs
is tolerably certain that they cannot cannotgo canDOtgo cannotgo
go out of business and it is equally equallycertain equa1JYcertain equallycertain
certain that they cannot be resolved resolvedback resolvedb resolvedback
back b ck into the small concerns and andsmall andsmalJ andsmall
small railroads from which they have havebeen havoboen havebeen
been made up It is It the relation of the theSherman theSherman theSherman
Sherman Act to corporations there therefore thereI therefore ¬
fore that has the greatest bearing oh ohthis onthis on onthis
this market and that is keeping the thebig thebig thebig
big moneyed interests out If this thiswere thiswere thiswere
were satisfactorily cleared up the themain thei themain
main obstacle in the way of a sub substantial substanUal substantial ¬
stantial and permanent advance in inthe InI inthe
the market would disappear disappearIt disappearI
I
It is true that the big financiers financiersare financiersare
are disturbed over the political situa situation situation situation ¬
tion and that they the regard the pro progressive progressive ¬
I gressive gressiye spirit of the day da with ith much muchconcern muchI muchconcernbut
concern concernbut but radicalism today is con conservatism lOPI conservatism ¬
servatism tomorrow Human nature naturequickly naturequickly
quickly readjusts Itself to new coudi conditions j jtions
tions This is particularly true of ofthe ofeg
I the younger men Just how long eg egthe it itwill itwill itwill
will take the older men who have havedone havedone
done business on other lines to fall fallin fanI fallin
in with new conditions and look lookpleased lookI lookpleased
pleased is a problem problemBut problemBut problemBut
I
But there Is one thing certain certainthe certainI certainthe
the man who doesnt bet in step stepwith stepwith stepwith
I
with progress will soon find himself himselfout himselfof himselfout
out of the procession It is a good gooddeal gooddeal gooddeal
deal better and a good deal wiser wiserit wisorI wiserit
it seems seems to me to accept the inevi inevitable inevitable Inevitable ¬
I
table and help shape things up right rightthan rightI rightthan
I than it is to stand on the outside outsideand outsideand outsideand
and kick an embittered and fruitless fruitlesskick fruitlesskick fruitlesslick
kick kickWhile
While this Sherman Act in its re relation relation relation ¬
lation to business and corporations corporationsis corporationsisan corporationsisgn
isan is jan emphatic deterrent with big in investors inestors investors ¬
vestors it does not necessarily fol follow foII follow ¬
low that they are right and that securities se securities securities ¬
I curities should not be bought at pres present presI present ¬
I ent prices The angle of approach approachhowever approachhowcver approachhowever
however is not quite the sanys sa satze with withthe withthe withthe
the man who hag ha millions andmil andmillions andmillions andmillions
lions to Invest as it is with the man manwho manwho manwho
who has a small surplus of money moneywhich mone monewhich moneywhich
which he wishes to employ so thatDAVID that thatDAVID thatDAVID
DAVID B HILLS HILLSBODY t tBODY
BODY IN STATERemoved STATE STATERemoved STATERemoved
Removed Removed to St Peters Church ChurchFrom ChurchFrom ChurchFrom
From Wolferts Roost RoostBurial RoostBurialTomorrow RoostBurialTomorrow Burial BurialTomorrow
TomorrowAIsBANY Tomorrow TomorrowADnA
1 AlsBANY ADnA N T L Oct 31 IThe The body of ofDavid orDayid ofDavid
David B Hill was 1Is taken from Wolferfs WolferfsRoosjf WolfertsRoost olferts
Roost Roo t the home of 0 the the former former Senator Senatorto Sentorto
I
to St Peters Church today There It Itvices itt
t 1 will 1I lie in state In the towel towerroom room Ser SerI Services
vices ics will be conducted co nductcd at 3 oclock by bythe bythe bythe
the Rev Dr W V W Battorshall rector rectorof rectorot rectorof
I of the church The burial will be at atMontour atlontour atMontour
Montour Falls tomorrow morning morningJAPAN morningI morningJAPAN
I
JAPAN FOR GREAT NAVY NAVYTOKYO NAVYTOKYO NAVYTOKYO
TOKYO Oct 24 24An 4An An appropriation for fornaval fornaval fornaval
naval Increase amounting amount ng to 40000069 t4000IJooep8ab1e 40000069payable 40000009payable
payable in six years ears will be a feature featureof
of the new budget bud et according acor acsordin in to Count CountKataura CountKatJiura CountKatsura
Kataura the premier and minister mi str of offinance orftnance offlnanec
finance Hesaid Ho said I the amount is neces necessary n nsary neeeszay ¬
sary to maintain malnt 1n peace
It will bring him in good Interest Interestgood Interestgood Interestgood
good dividends The big man mantho manthobig manthebig the thebig
big financier I mean moancan can better af afford afford atford ¬
ford to wait and let his his money lie liearound liearound liearound
around idle Jhan than can the man to towhom towhom
1 1whom
whom every everydoUar dollar of Interest counts countsIf coun counIt countsIfthe
If Ifthe the big interests interE ts were to begin beginbuying beginbuying beginbuying
buying generously we should see a avery avery avery
very emphatic rise in the price of our oursecurities oursecurities oursecurities
securities butthe probability of their theirbecoming theirbecoming theirbecoming
becoming heavy purchasers until the theSherman theSherman theSherman
Sherman Act is cleared up isnt i nt very verypromising verypromising verypromising
promising promisingThe promisingThe promisingThe
The Business Situation SituationThe SituationThe SituationThe
The business situation is better betterthan betterthan betterthan
than it was not perhaps in the im immediate immediate finmediate ¬
mediate volume of business but bet better better better ¬
ter because the financial situation is isbetter isbetter isbetter
better A panicky panicky condition in Wall WallStreet WallStreet WallStreet
Street means the slowing down of ofbusiness otbutlness ofbusiness
business and Wall Street has been beenIn beenin beenin
In a state ot slow panicsince panic since the 7th 7thof 7thuf 7thof
of January But the disease is now nowpretty nowpretty nowpretty
pretty well out of its system It has ha a aclearer acJearer aclearer
clearer vision and hopefulness is istaking Istaking Istaking
taking rihe he place of fear and inaction inactionAs incUonAs inactionAs
As this better feeling in the money moneycenter moneycenter moneycenter
center spreads stre d to the th business bUBlne s world worlda
a spirit of advance and courage wil wilshow will willshow willshow
show itself I h our industries Illdu fndustri tri s and andcommercial andcommercial andcommercial
commercial life We are a big bi world worldin worldin orld orldin
in ourselves oursev with over ninety Iiet mil millions mllfons niHlions ¬
lions of people to feed and house houseand houseand houseand
and clothe and entertain This means meansan meansn meansan
an n enormous aggregate aggr te of industry industrybusy indu industrybusy try trybusy
busy factories and wide commerce commerceI commerce commerceI
I do dODot not mean to say that business businessis bu llletiS llletiSis
is going to enter immediately upon upona
a period of great eat activity but I do dowish dowish dowish
wish to say that the better condition conditionof conditionof
of things fat Wall Sreet will tend to tocheck tocheck tocheck I
check the receeeJoa in i business bu5in businessto and t tto Ito
to place pl cet it squarely S4luaeJy on its feet ready readyto readyto readyto
to advance again againBusiness againBuslne agalaBusiness
Business Buslne has not suffered as the thesecurity t thesecurity e esecurit
security securit ptark market t has suffered suffer la lafact IIIfact Infact
fact business as a whole covering coveringthe coyerlngthe coveringthe
the country in ever every phase of endeavor en eadeavor endeayor
deavor is up to perhaps S5 per cent centof centof centof
of normal normalcertainly certainly not below SO SOper 80per S6per
per cent of 0 normal This is not bad badIn badIn badIn
In fact it is tremendously good con considering considerlng considering ¬
sidering the demoralizing despond despondency despondency despondency ¬
ency of the financial district and the theenormous tlleenormou theenormous
enormous decline Ia iatbe the price of set setcurities se securities I Icurlti
curities curitiesThe curlti curitiesThe I IThe
The one great drag in the business businessworld IMt businessworld Iness I
I world Is the inactivity of our rail railroads raUI raUroads railroads ¬
roads in the t e matter of extension and andupkeep andI andupkeep
I upkeep In this
respect they are aredoing aredoing aredoing
doing wellni wellnighnothing h hnoUtiR notitiiig They are arebaying arebuying
IHYII baying no raHs rt rand and a d in fact are plac placing ac aclug ¬
ling lug practically no orders for supplies suppliesThe suppliesTbe suppliesThe
The activity orinactivity of the t e rail railroads raUI railroads ¬
roads ro ods cuts a very elJ bI big figure e ia I oorglloeral our ourgeneral ourgeneral
I
general glloeral business businessBut bllsinSsi businessBut
i But the present inactivity OB their theirpart theirI theirpart
I part will not continue cOfttin forever They Theyrimst TheyI Theyliilst
I rimst inst have ave new ne rails The old ones onesar onesa onesare
are ar a wearing every day The Atlantic Atlantico Atlantictea
tea o < ean e i keeps the track well eU repaired repairedall rClNiiredall repairedall
all the while for our seagoing ves vessels vessels vessels ¬
sels but the railroads are not a abranch abranch abranch
branch of the Atlantic ocean and andso andso
so are not In on this automatic autom tic re repair rePfllr repair ¬
pair process processOn processOn processOn
On the whole I aw a optimistic as asconcerns asconcerns asconcerns
concerns both our securities securit es and gen general general general ¬
eral business busineS6uot not wildly optimistic optimisticbat optimisticbflt optimisticbutt
bat sufficiently so to expect and be believe belf believe ¬
lieve lf e that the year Ahead of us will willb willbe willbe
b be n better one than the year year now nowdrawing DO DOdrawing nowdrawing
drawing to a close doseand and this one onehasnt onehasnt onehasnt
hasnt been so bad as to justify us in inbecoming inbecoming I Ibecoming
becoming pessimists P 58imists or wishing ishing tc tcbe I 1 1be
I be citizens of some other country countryWe countryWe I
I We have not been altogether neglect negJect1 negJect1I neglectd j jed
ed d this year ellr in the bounties of Provi Providence ProviI Providence ¬
I
dence and our government while whileslipping whileslipping whileslipping
I slipping a cor cog now and again has in inthe inI inthe
the majn done good work within its itslimitations itsl itsliiyiitations
I limitations l and has squared itself itse itselfto f fto j jto
to its traditions traditionsPolitically traditionsPOlitica1Jy traditionsPolitically
Politically POlitica1Jy we we are moving mo ing forward forwardThere fwardThere forwardThere
There are some rough places en enroute enrute enroute
route but the stretch ahead will be besmoother besm besm
smoother sm 10ther and better for us all allWitten allV allWitten
Witten V ttftl September 24 t 11 11NEW ItM ItMNEW 1ssANEW
NEW CUSTOM COURT COURTMAY COURTMAY COURTMAY
MAY GET GEM CASE CASEDuty CASEDuty CASEDuty
Duty on Diamonds Decision Now NowLikely NowLikely NowLikely
Likely to Be BePassed Passed Over Ove by bySupreme bySupreme b Y YSupreme
Supreme Bench BenchA
A decision of the Supreme Court In the thecase theI
I 1 I case of the th M 1ttoV f00 OG additional duty dut de demanded demanded ¬
manded on pearls bought bo ht by b Tiffany TiffanyCo TiffanyCo TiffanyCo
Co rf New York will decide decidewhether decidewhether lde ldehether
whether hether the decisions of the circuit circuitcourt circuitcourt circuitcourt
court of appeals of teat year are to be bereviewed berelewed bereviewed
reviewed by the Supreme Court or by bythe b byI byI
1 the new Court of Customs AppealsThe Appeals AppealsThe Ap eals
I The diamonds were ere Imported by the theGugsenheims theI theGuggenheims
Guggenheims GUt enheims The PayneAWrtch act actrouting actreting actcreating
I routing the Court of Customs Appeals Appealsprovides Appealstrovidns Appealstltat
provides trovidns that all appeals from th the board boardof boardof boardof
of appraisers shall be heard by It after aftersix fter ftersix tterbc
six bc months of the passage of this act actThe actThe actThe
The Government contends that this thisclause thisclause thisclause
clause should be construed to It mean meajiwithin Meflau1thln meanwithin
within six x months of the organization organizationof o organisatios organisatiosof anlzatioa anlzatioaof
of die new court The court was dr drganlzed drganlsed r rganizftrprU
ganlzed ganizftrprU April 32 Th TIM PayneAiarteh PayneAiartehact Payne Aldrie Aldrieact
act was a5 passedon sedon February Feb aJ 5
1 Andrew Andre and Imogene Imogenet I IWELLtheCU
t 7i 7BLL ELL the CHhe coXdt cQtI dlitcome come b back ck cowH Uieyr 1 Q7NIkecl Q7NIkeclAndrew asked askedAndrew
WELLtheCU A V Andrew AndrewuNo AndrewNo
uNo No said 14 laogene IJIM Qne th tHy y tried so revive re < rift thorn the IeM fe Aurtk AurtkCity AtiatetidCity ltatk ltatkCity
City this summer but none of Ute beet b tt people would carry th these tJMiLWbat thesewhat m mWhat
What the Sam Hill are you talking abowtr abottt exploded Aadcew AadcewIm AcwIm AMrawIm
Im talking about aboutthose those those Teddy bears all the women need 1IM to t carry carryIve cauyIvc carryIve
Ive got one up ia the attic but I spoee spo e its all moth JBOt eaten e ta BOW eve e1ell if j they tfceydo Uteydo theydo
do come back ia style ImogeaeTooked Imog6Be1oo Ineogeae looked < < ed complacent complacentDearie compiaceBLDearie complacentDeane
Dearie Frank Chance has twentythree of them ia Chicago which whichare walchre whichare
w are re much more moth eaten than yours in the attic more ore shopworn than
allowed them to do the his Alga hand feaadshake handshake ad adshake
shake with a Quaker gentleman traveling traTe1i under the t e nom de plume of ofConvaleski orConvale ofConvaleski
Convaleski Convale ki MacGiHteuddy and Gilly merely remarked I trust tnI t thee will willpardon willpardon willpardon
pardon theliberties th Jlberties I am about to take ta and lammed Mr Chances outfit outfitin CMlt11tIn outfitin
in the midriff Then with a a Begging B gi thy pardon I rdoll ke es1ammed stemmed them themup themup themup
up against a inst the fence caviag ia I a few of their slats slatsWhat slatsWhat laaWhat
What in the world are you OU talking Uilld g about A prise fight Ag t Imogene Imogenewas Imogenewas Imogenewas
was still in the dark darkNo darkNo darkNo
No pet a funeral I am out at Mt it St St Albans giviasan givi gan imitation imitationof
of a minister delivering a sormoa SQr from the text A And d the tJ proud and andhaughty andhaughty andhaughty
haughty shall be brought br gJtt few I want you 7 to t be Ute cooir c r and Bd slag slagTake singTake slagTake
Take me out to the le ball game Andrew An rew resumed thesportiag t extra extraOh extraOh extraOh
Oh I know koo you yo are talking about ottt the t e baseball 1 game exclaimed exclaimedIraogene exclaimedImobene exclaimedImogene
Iraogene IraogeneNo ImobeneNo ImogeneNo
No love there have beea no ball games for a week eok A series of ofsad ofsad ofsad
sad events have ave taken takellplae place ia this tits is great and good eeuatrr w1 which c were werefoisted werefoisted werefoisted
foisted on on the unsuspecting public IMt lic as ball bat games gam s but which were were really reallynothing retill retillnothlngtbut reallynothing
nothing nothlngtbut but a slaughter Every piece of hog meat that tat comes out of ofChicagouor ofChlcaloUor ofChicago
Chicagouor Chicago or the next six mouths will be enmeshed in crepe Mr Chance Chancewill CltaBceVein Chancewill
will sit with his head ia his bands and ad mourn mour even as the crosseyed kid kidacross kidacrOllS kidacross
across the street mourns that brindle pup which Einstein caught ca8g and the theeffect theeifect theeffect
effect will be felt even here ere in Washington for no more will we 8 hear near ear Jake JakeJoaes JakeJones JakeJones
Jones recite Casey at the Bat BatHow BatHow BatRow
How did it all allhappeB happen inquired inquired Inuogeaewell Imogene ImogeneWell I eee eeeWen
Well love I told you about the first two games ia Philadelphia Phitadeiphiaand
and then the scene of carnage cal e was shifted s tfted to Chicago o where the slaughter slaughtercontinued sJ s4 nghter nghtercontinued later latercORUnled
continued You couldnt understand the details so let it suffice to say saythat saythat saythat
that the White Elephants Elep ts put it all over the Cubs They never had a alookia alookill alookin
lookia Bender put the Indian sign sI on them Coombs COOIII made em e looklike look looklike JookHke
like p a bole Oie that the doughnut dottg nllt had been knocked off 0 < < and IMl et cetera ad adrafiaitum at at1DfiniulDI atinfinitum
infinitum ae a John Hartnett would say sayVery sayVery sayVery
Very lucid Im sure sneered Imogene but t who w o WOK the game gameGame ga game gameGame e eGame
Game Gamer Game said Andrew indignantly Who 1M said any attyt anything thing ing about abouta aboutasaIDe
asaIDe a game Im not talking about a abut ut a game JDe Im r I > 5a talking about a a young youngwoman youugWOIDan youngwoman
woman down at the Chinese Chi > > ese restaurant trying tryia to eat seven yards of f corset corsetlaces cocsetaces corsetlaces
laces aces stewed ia dishwater What you doat know about a Otlt baseball 1 wouldfill would wouldfill wOtiIdll
fill ll a large aad interesting laterest1aCtome laterest1aCtomeWeU tome tomeWeil
Well Im willing wilJi to learn JI Tell me something Meti about it without so somuch somuck somuch
much slang 85 and aD l maybe I can see what its all about Imogene was a alittle aUtUe alittle
little hurt hurtWell MlrtWell hurtWell
Well said Andrew apoiogetieHy etJcJly MI1I ill begin be iR ia word wor of ORe syl syltable syJIable syllable
table like Pilgrims P riBiS Progressive Pr eaIM Bunion aa first of all play reverse English Englishon b
on Connie Mack copper him every time you rOB piay him Ai cause he e carries carriesan
an ace up p his sleeve he let Jim McAleer pick ide a team of of sluggers sHI ers from fromhe fromthe fromthe
the he American League buRcl bunca and they Y beat t hint 1aj1De nine games JBe Ja ja a row rowaad rowand rowand
and the odds on the Quakers went down do like Ji e a a set of false teeth t ia iRan iRanaquarium an anaquarium anaquarium
aquarium Walter Johnsons pitching made Jllll e em look as greea as the thecucumber thecucumber thecucumber
cucumber editor of aa a agricultural ricllitural weekly and Ty Cobb 1 hatted tted ted their theirpitchers theirDitchers theirpitchers
pitchers till the oldest Quaker residents said Oh pshaw right rightoat rightO1t rightout
oat like that Every ORe was depressed with dark dealt gobs of ofSioom oft ofgloom
gloom t oom But Connie Mack is a for and iad he and Jim McAleerhave McAleer McAleerhave McAJeerkave
have cornered the kale kt e crop on the worlds series There is iswhere iswAcre iswhere
where the t e colored gentleman eBtJe in I the wood pile came ia The biters bitersj MtMSAare bitershave
have DeeR bit and the st stingers agers have DeeR slang j Do you begin Hg a tesee teseeISAt t to seeIsnt see seeIsnt
Isnt it Interesting InterestingVery iteresti interestingVery t tYer
Very Yer said Imogene I e Do you yo know kJIowaay any horse hot Gis se doctor 4ectarYes dQct2 dQct2YeIi 2 2Yes
Yes why whyI
I thought t maybfe Dlay mayb you might t get tickets tleke for 19 the t eM horse se showA show showA slKlwA
A bill from a doctor and the mind of a woman are beyond Imman Immancomprehension hUlDanC huneancompreheesloa
comprehension C sighed Andrew A1t rew as he resumed r leis J 6 paper paperThe paperI paperBusiness
The he Business BusinessB Doctor DoctorBy
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B By Roe Fulkerson Fulk erson
t l1J T TAP AD ne references so you turned turnedMm tunMdJL turnedhim
JL Mm down sitr eh said th the Baal Baalness BuslUft8 13ustness
ness Doctor It may be that be Ieserved de deserved tiesernd ¬
served te t be turned down dow after all for forI forI
I know c1aO of iw one thing thiOII on the top slddeof sMe sMeof s4Ieof
of torts earth quite so easy to obtain as astt asa asa
a reference refere ee Any An non who has as been beenable ee eeI beentbte
able to keep out of j jail H and wear only onlyclothes 0lIl 0lIll4 onlyclothes
I
clothes l4 thes with the stripes running verti vertically Vltically vertically ¬
cally and not hortepntaliy Ot ta1ty can get seta setat ai a
1 andfttl of 0 reference which are as asmeaningless asD1eaniA
D1eaniA meaningless MM as te hieroglyphics typhlcS on the thetomb tMtomlt thetomb
tomb of Ramose IIL
mcc mccits
its
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I was in a More a week a age wben hen henman a aman
man cam ea same e in i looking Jeek for a pootefen JM kjon He Hesaid HesaW Ifesaid
said he had bee Mea with a rural arm nil for foreight forelgJtt foreight
eight years but bad been discharge dischargethe dllllehalJeolthe 4ieehargelthe
the day before without reference and andall a andall d dall
all he wanted was a chance The nmn nmnto JI aian aianto atI atIto
to whom he was waS applying simply y took tookup tookup tookUp
up a a desk phone pho e and ealKn ur un the tberival therival therival
rival house nou e asked if the man had work worked wHIted worked ¬
ed there for eight years When be re received received received ¬
ceived an affirmative reply repl h he gave 1Il the theapplicant theapplicant theapplicant
applicant a position saying as be did sw swthat sethat u utbat
that c Eight ght years ears service vtee was aH a the thereference t treference thereference
reference he wanted wantedThis wantNThtS wantedThis
This is a kindhearted kiacl earted world 1 sad sadevery rMevery radevery
every man hate to discharge an em employe eJrpIoe employe ¬
ploye and in ninetynine cages out t of a ahundred ahundred ahundred
hundred he is willing to ease eaJl e op the ra rabarrassment mb sabarrasament
barrassment b rrassment of the discharge dtaeha w man Jra aa aagiving Uy Uygiving Y Ystvtag
giving him a recommendation reeotll Said tV tVmanager tIOmanager t tmanager >
manager of ene big bit departMeat deJMNtM storeAsking store storeAsking > > tOte tOteAsking
Asking for reference refere ee te merely a matter matterof Matteror matterof
of form here It costs co ts time bother botherstamps hot bothrrstamps > d dstampa
stamps and paper to t look up refer references rer rereDCeti reerences ¬
ences and I can tell a worker when IKnI IKnIbt I Inave 1have
bt have nave lve Men one behind a countertor calf rtaifan calfan at atan
an hour hourI ho tear tearA r rA
I A stenographer steo iI er and 8d bookkeeper kkeeter kkeeteraIeaat came cameas cameair
as aIeaat applicant to a local eoai office eIeejW ari armed armedwiuf ed edIwiUf
IwiUf jW recOnun recommendattos ndat1ens galore sal < < e They The
curios cur in Hancocks and more die diecosiraged discouraged 818couraced ¬
couraged than Sidney Bfeher Bie er over his hisrace hisrace hisrace
race for collector of the port in inGeorgetown inGeor InGeorgetown
Georgetown Geor fttow Andrew looked Jo < Jk841 over overtbe overthe overthe
the pink part of the paper per and aadsmiled andf andsmiled
f smiled
smiledWhat
What has Mr r Chance done d ae to tothem tothem tothem
them 1 said W l Imogene logeaee still puzzledDentIs puzzled puzzledDearie MtZZ1ed MtZZ1edDearie
Dearie he introduced them t8lli into intobad iatobad intobad
bad company replied Andrew uHe He
were all from a neighboring 1 oria toga Sh Shworked She Sheworked
worked like a honor afire for two month monthaBd monthsand iths ithsr
and then left without notice r It later laterdeveloped laterdevelop laterdeveloped
develop developed that her father had justbought just justbought ju t thought
bought a coal business at borne and shehad she shebad shehad
had only 0lIl come to the office e < < Iee to learn earn tii tiibusiness the thpbusiaea thebusiness
business and the references reereaee referencen w were re all allfurnished alltund allfurnished
furnished tund bed by reputable business IMl lAeN men menwho menwbe menwho
who fully understood un etstood what she was wasabout wasa wasIf wasabout
about aboutIf a aboutIf
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to be bandied a bond in a good bond bondtaf bondCOmpany bondtfl
taf tfl company is worth more than a astack asta a astack
stack sta k of recommendations as high as asPikes asPikes asPikes
Pikes Peak while K the position ia one oatCwhere onewhere oDewhere
where hoetting huetIhi will tell the story ory you youwill youwin youwill
will be better able to judge for yourself yourselfthan yourselfthan Ourae1t Ourae1tthan
than you will by any fairy story written writtenby writtenb mittenby
by b a a r man a who 00 wants to help the appll appllA appUCKM applieant
CKM toure a fob jottI fobA
uA A servant rYant from Boston Bo tOR took passage passageon passager
I r on n a a ship for Baltimore B ttaIore and one day on onwhich onthe onthe
the deck eek wa was abow sbowiag her er reference referencewhich merencewhlrh
which she s e called her cbaracter clIaraeaerto to th thcaptain the thfcaptain thecaptain >
captain of the boat A sudden Rust of ofwind ofwiacl ofwind
wind took It overboard To silence thelamentations the thelamentations theIanMnttioRa
lamentations of the girt the captain captaingave captainae captaingave
gave ae her this tJaj substitute Mary Smith Smithcame Smithcame Smithmime
came aboard at Boston with a good goodcharacter goodcharacter ood oodbara
character bara ter but lost It while aboard my myship m mMAp myship
ship Capt Ezra Jones That recom recommendation recommendation recommendatlon ¬
mendation was no doubt as good ood as the theone theone theone
one she IoU and so also lito Is a a recommen recommendation reeomm reoammendatioe > n ndatlotl ¬
dation from a man who w never ever saw 81 the theapplicant theapplicant theapplicant
applicant as good as oae ej < < > Je from frotaor a iran ijjanfor iranfor
for or whom horn he has worked for years yearsLOOK yea yeaLoo yearsLong
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but written writtfl words are of no value valueNever TahleXever r rNever
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references or hire hIM because heeawteoC of them themHeres themHeres themHeres
Heres t tn Major ajor Roeencranz Rose Roseners z Lose Losemay LouMaY Longmay
may he wave wave H He owns an apartment apartmenthouse apartmtntJMMMIe apartmenthouse
house to Evansville and ad presents 1I ts the thein thettlter thefather
father aIM and MOther of every baby By born bornIn bornin
in one of his apartments apAr with ith a months menthsreset monthsrent MOnthsJeItt
rent free He says Houses are bulk bulkto buntto builtto
to live e in and there t ere sfceukUbe 1 e babies in inevery inevery inevery
every home White It Is the Ite rule inlarge in inlarge InJarxe
large cities to bar children of tender tenderyears tt tenderyeara > ndtr ndtryears
years from apartment houses ouserI the plan planme plandees plandeea
dees not appeal to alms me It Is contrary contraryIt
I to the best t teaching It te not biblical biblicala
I I have JteY never r known mow a woman who has hasraisad hasI 1
raised babies D II to the school ago a who whowas whowas whowas
was not ba baypkr pir for the fact t t For th thrcttsou the theUIat therenea
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rcttsou that K tart t right morally y or orpnyefcaJty ora orpays
pays pnyefcaJty to pttt > a bar on babies they theyare the theare theyare
are welcome 1st I my 111 aofese Jio ge I love eml em

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