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1J THE WASHINGTON TOTES MONDAY Y OCTOBER 31 1910
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Times Sunday durin during th the month of Sep September September Soptetnber ¬
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THE VENTILATION OF OUR OURSTREET OURSTREET OURSTREET
STREET CARS
In turning their attention lo the theventilation Utevcnti18tion thecnti1ation
ventilation of street cars the District DistrictElectric Di5trietElectric DstrktEloctiic
Electric Railway naiht Commission Comm s8i n is tack tackJlng tacklIng tackling
lIng a job for which w ieh it will lie com commended commended cornmended ¬
mended by the thousands thou ncls of people of ofWashington ofWashington I
Washington Vas1 ngton who usethe public eke electric cleetric eketric ¬
tric conveyances conveyancesManagers commyancusJlanagers conveyancelManagers
Managers of street railway compan companies compfUtfes cornpen5es ¬
ies profess to have devoted ninny nianyhours mAil mAilbours ninnyirnurs
hours of hard study and many mAil years yearsof yersof ettr ettrof
of experimental labor to the problem problemof problemof
of street car ventilation Perhaps they theyhave tHeybac theybave
have but the public tubIic as yet has been beenfurnished bciItfumishCf1 beetfurnihel
furnished no evidence of it From em emto e ernto t tto
to end of this country countr the failure of ofatrcet of8trcct ofotreet
atrcet railway rajIWR managers to ventilate ventilatetheir Vcntilatctheir ventilatetheir
their cars properly is notorious Jo orious Xo Xoexception Xoexception Noexception
exception to the rule is found in Wash Washington ViTthhingtoii T5k T5kington ¬
ington ingtonProbably ingtonPro1mbly ingtoiiProbably
Probably the best example of effec effective cfTccthe elTecjive ¬
the street car ventilation in America Americaifi merktli
ifi offered in Chicago where W cre tire health healthcommissioner hcalthcomm healthcommissioner
commissioner comm 8sioner has as forced the surface surfaceand surfaceand siirfneeand
and elevated eCat l companies to adopt a sys system 85 85tern systern ¬
tern that is said to produce satisfac satisfactory salisactorJ satisfectory ¬
tory results re mlts Windows Vilt ows for admitting admittingfresh admittingfr admittingfresh
fresh fr < sh air ir arc inserted in the floor oor of ofthe ofth ofthe
the th cars toward the front nail wut wutfertvs win winfor
fertvs 1 for getting gettingrid rid r 11 of foul nir are areprovided arcpr acprovided
provided pr itlcd in iii the top topThe topThe topThe
The ventilators are so arranged arnu that thatthey thatthey tilatthey
they cannot IMJ operated ol ratctl by passengers passengersby
by b the motorman or by b the conduc conductor conductor corniuctor ¬
tor They The arc adjusted by b an employe employeof
of the company comp nr provided for that thatduty Ulatdutr thatduty
duty at cither end cn of the cars run runThe TUnThe runrle
The ventilator is sot when the car carstarts carst carstarts
starts st rts on its trip with regard to the theoutdoor UtCoutdoor theoutdoor
outdoor temperature the direction of ofthe ofthc ofthe
the wind and au the winds velocity clocit It Itcannot Itcannot Itcannot
cannot be readjusted until the car gets getsto gctsto getsto
to the end of its journey where it can canbe CAnlc canbe
be adjusted again if changed atmos atmospheric almopheric atrnopheric ¬
pheric conditions demand it itThe itrlae itThe
The Chicago system 8 StCJ1l has been b cn found foundsatisfactory foundsatisfactory foundsatisfactory
satisfactory to patrons Httrollf of the cars to tothe tothc totile
the health commissioner and an to the thecompanies UICcompanies theCOfltpltlIiCS
companies The District Electric Rail Railway Railway ¬
way 3 Commission could very profitably profitablyive profita 1rofitlkgive l lghc
give ive it a trial here JtcrcUNCLE hereUNCLE hereUNCLE
UNCLE JOE AND THAT ODD ODDBRASS ODDBRASS ODDBRASS
BRASS BAND BANDFrom DANDFrom BANDFront
From Indiana In iana comes the news that thatSpeaker UuttSpeaker thatpcaker
Speaker Cannon is campaigning out outthere outthere outthere
there in the company of a brass br ss band bandAt lHtndt bandAt
At t first rst sight the simple si iple IQ statement is ispuzzling ismzz1iltg ispuzzling
puzzling It would seem as if some somemistake somemistake SOniCmistake
mistake mistake had been made madeOrdinary madeOrdiJlaT madeOrdinary
Ordinary statesman require rCiluiroUI the as asBJ ass aseitanee
s eitanee BJ lanee or o of a brass rass band It attracts attractsthe attractsthe attractsthe
the crowd and in due time imposes imposessilence imlo imlosilence ifl1poes ifl1poessilemice
silence Sometimes it inolliflcs n 1li es the thesavage UtcsRvnge thesavage
savage breasts of the jteoplc who live livenear Jiveuear ilvenear
near the rallyingplacc ral ingpJ cc and who have haveno hacDO haveIto
no taste fbr campaign oratory oratoryBut oratoryBut oratoryBut
But what has Mr lr Cannon tq do doC 0
C 4
with a brass IJr S6 band IXll t Vny should he hebe hebe hebe
be accompanied by y anybody or any anything anything anytlsing ¬
thing Hore is l an old description of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the venerable warhorse in action actionWhen nctionhen actionWhen
When hen ho o to speaking the audience audiencefairly audleneefairly audiencefairly
fairly hangs upon his words Uncle Joe JoeIs JoeIs JoeIs
Is a homely character and he uses useshomely usehomely useohomely
homely phrases His word go straight straightto
to o the heart People who have met him himIn himIn himIn
In Washington say that he uses hard hardlanguage laardlanKua bardlanguage
language lanKua but OH Ute stump he resort resortto
to arguments rathe than epithets and andwoe andwoe andwoe
woe betide his opponent O1pon lIt For Uncle UncteJoe UncleJoe Uncleloe
Joe can lash la h a aman man black and blu blue with withgood withgood Ith Ithoud
good oud oldfashioned okI oWfaiehLoned h oned Republican doctrine doctrineWe doctrineWe octrineTC
We TC have IK > idea i ca that Mr Cannon Cannonhas CannonlaRd Cannonhad
has changed We cannot C Ilot somehow somehowimagine somolowimRsinc sornolowimnagilie
imagine imnagilie him for a moraiwt mor Mtvlacing Mtvlacinghinself placing placinghimself placinghimself
himself in the position pOI tion of Mrs Irs Jonas Jonaspirate JonospirAte Jonaspirate
pirate pirateWhen pirAteWhen pirateWhets
When conversing < with isis shipmates he hevery hever hevery
very ver often nen swore sworeThat 8woreThat aworeThat
That he longed to give Ive up piracy and aadsettld aJtsetUQ andsettIO
settld down on shore shorePie MmoreHe ore oreHe
He tired of blood and founder of the thejoys thejoy theJoys
joys joy that theycoold th they yeoold eoei4 bring bringHe brlftgHe bringHe
He sighed i Itc1 to win In the tore of some af affectionate arfedloltAte affeetlonate ¬
fectionate young thing thingThere tbln tblnTJttre thingThere
There is nothing but red r l blood jump jumping jumping jumpbig ¬
ing through Mr rr Cannons arteries He Hewont ITowou
wont wou ORt t give up the ship Xo insurgent insurgentcan isur ct ctcan
can make eyes CCS at him without feeling feelingwhat feelingwhat coli 0 0whAt
what it is to lie fraezlcd and frost frostbitten frolltbitten frostbitten ¬
bittenPerhaps bittenPerhaps bitten bittenPerhaps
Perhaps that tk lt explains Ute Indiana Indianasituation 1 Indianetsituation IMI fln flnsitUAtioJl
situation Beverklge Indianas I ndialwsis pride prideis
is usii iisinj r the soft pedal praying lraJir for forbetter forbetter forbetter
better days promising lomi6i to atone for forthe fort1IC fortbe
the sins SIHS of his is party Mr r Cannon we wesuppose wcsuppose weSiljpOSe
suppose whenever wJt necr he thinks of in insurgenta insurgeats I Imlrgenti
surgenta or Democrat is still for foreating foreating foreating
eating em alive aliveThat a1hcThatt aliveThat
That brass band must therefore be beuseful beuseful beuseful
useful to drown his lterontlioltS eroratioits and andprevent aBClprevent andprevent
prevent riots If Cannon were ere allowed allowedfull a11o041fun allowedfull
full swing SWITIg on ouihe ihc stump Kern would wouldleave wouldleave ouJd ouJdleave
leave Bcvcridge BcerMl c in the dim awl dismal dismaldistance disnadistance disrna1distance
distance distanceCLOSING distanceCLOSING distanceCLOSING
CLOSING WEEK OF A RE REMARKABLE REll REM ¬
MARKABLE ll RKABLE CAMPAIGN CAMPAIGNThis
This is the closing week eek of what Itat is islikely islikel islikely
likely likel to pass into history as owe of ofthe orthe ofthe
the most remarkable campaigns CIIp i HS i iAmerican in inAmerie inAmerican
American n polities It is true e it does doesnot doesnot oes oesnot
not possess that surpassing interest interestthat intereatthat t tthat
that attaches to a Presidential cam campaign e eampaigmi m mpaigJl ¬
paign but the issues i 6 involved are of ofan ofan ofan
an importance impoctA ee utmsual for a political politicalcontest politicalcont politicalcontest
contest cont t in other tJHtRa than a Presidential Presidentialyear PresidcntiAlear
year yearIn yearIme ear earIn
In the first ilrstpiaee rst place th Ute control of fthe fthellottse rtlteIIott the theHou
llottse IIott Hou e is ttt t stake but this tit is is hr hy no nomeans DO1UIUg menicans
means all There is involved too and
IH iR no indirect fasliio the question OIt of ofwhat ofltttt ofwhat
what ltttt elements are to control the Sea Senate S Seaate Jt Jtate ¬
ate and to what Mat extent the old regime regimein
in lt that body hod which hiett S SeMor Senator Jator AWrieh AWriehhas AIdrieILhas Aldriekus
has dominated is to lose its grip gripMany griprAJlY griptfny
Many prediction Ms are iw MA4H d that the theSenate tlteSeHAte theSenate
Senate will be Democratic but while whitethis whilethis whilethis
this is not Jl t to be taken seriously serM usl > there thereis
is reason to believe the Democrats ts will willgreatly willeaty willgreatly
greatly eaty increase their stre strength gtk in th thupper tHe tHeu theupper
upper u house and that in the changed changedsituation eMIt ehamigedsituation ed ed8it
situation 8it the Democrats awl insur insurgents illSUrg imiseirgoats ¬
gents g Rts together t etaer will control controlIt contTfM contTfMIt
It is not at all beyond the bounds boundsof lK > IIds IIdsof
of likelihood that the Democrat will m
make such gains ais in ilL the RC Senate as to toenable tolJNtMe toenhle
enable th tltem m unless the Democratic Democraticwave
control of the theSenate UteSeH theSenate
wave a ve recedes to gain in
SeH Senate te two years hence henceImportant Itcnccimportant henceI
Important I gubernatorial elections electionsare
are forthcoming In the list of ofcrRors1tipsat gov governorships governorships ¬
ernorships crRors1tipsat at slake arc those of New NewYork Ne NeYork NewYork
York where Dix and Sttmson are lur luring IN INiug lubig ¬
big a hard struggle of Ohio where whereJudson whereJudson ltcre ltcreJutlSOft
Judson Harmon expects to be reelect reelected ¬
ed Of New Xc Jersey Jcr8c where Acre Woodrow WcodrowWilson WoodrowIilsos oo ro roWHEOM
Wilson former president prcsid nt of Princeton Princetonis rincctollis
is making a Mgrca great greatcamnpagn campaign of Massa Massachusetts Massacleueetts rASSAclt ¬
chusetts clt tts where re the FossDraper OOS l1tltCr con contest contest contest ¬
test i i much JM tek closer and M harder than thanwas tMnWlL4 thanwan I
was expected < q tedw1tell when Foss S6 was as first firstnominated firstJlominated rst
nominated 1101111 lIsted of Connecticut where whereJudge whereJudge here hereJu
Judge Ju e Baldwins speeches icece are attract attracting attracting attractilig ¬
ing wide notice and of various other otherStates oUterSuttcs otherStates
States that might lie mentioned mentionedIn
In addition the campaign canipaigri7involves canipaigri7involvesnumeroUs involves involvesnumerous inohcsnumerous
numerous State offices and Legisla Legislatures I Legislatures ¬
tures to say 8a nothing of local offices officesBut o officesThit ecs ecsBut
But the importance of the campaign campaignprojects eRmpj campaignprojects rn rnprojccts
projects itself a good go deal further than thanthe thanthc thaitthe
the question of what party partyor or clement clementcontrols elementcontrols I IcoRLrols
controls the House the Senate ami amivarious alHlarious arnivarious
various State organizations The out outcome outcomc outconic ¬
come of the elections lk etious > November S will willundoubtedly willUMlfHtbUdI villundoubtedly
undoubtedly UMlfHtbUdI have U1C a bearing on the thePresidewv thePrC thePresi4ciie
Presidewv PrC ide IK in ill 1912 HH The view iew express expressed expre exprel ¬
ed l by Senator Root in New Xc York that thatan Ul thatan t tau
an overwhelming oerwJ chning Republican defeat defeatwould dcfeRtwouMI defeatwould
would lie looked on as rcpudiation of oftha oftke ofthe
the Taft Administration and would wouldbe would1c wouldbe
be likely to cause the next Republican Republicannational ROllUbl Republicannational an annatioMnl <
national convention to cast about for fora
a Moses for 1912 HH2Roolleclt Roosevelt or some somej someoimore
j onc o oimore more radical radicalis is not without logic logichowever logichowever Oic o onowccr
however much some may ma dislike Mr MrRoots MrRoots Ir IrUoot
Roots assertion of it itOn itOn itOn
On the Democratic DcmQlrn tic side there thcr is a adistinct atl adistinct
distinct tl feeling that thft either Harmon of ofOhio ofOhio ofOhio
Ohio or Wilson of New Jersey Jerc if he heis Ilcis lieis
is elected cJect d is likely to IMS the Presiden Presidential Prosi Presidcittitti cn cnr cntiul ¬
r
tial nominee 1l0fl1llCe two years years hence heneeDown ItcneeDown henceDown
Down at Iwttom there is a strong strongsentiment strottglItiment strong53mltimcllt
sentiment that that the chief issues iE6U of this thiscampaign thisrampa thiscampaign
campaign rampa fln arc economic that they theyreach the theroacli theyresell
reach to the tariff awl to the cost cos o oliving of ofing ofliving
living ing to whatever ma J have havea a bear bearing benri bearlug ¬
lug i on o high Iti prices pric Thc election re ¬
suIts will doubtless shed he light on the thequestion t11 t11qucstion thequestion
question Of1Of of ° fJt Jiow ° deeply dissatisfied the theAmerican theAmorie theAmerican
American Amorie u people are > over the cost of ofliving ofJiving ofliving
living over the reign rciui of high prices pricesover pricesoer presover
over the tariff and over the economic economicpolicies economicpolicics econonulepolicies
policies of the Republican RcpubIi n party Are Arcthey Aretiter Arethey
they insistent on a radical change A ADemocratic ADemocratic ADemocratic
Democratic landslide would be general generally eneral eneralI ¬
ly I taken to mean so soLight 10Ligllt soLight
Light will also be sited no doubt OH OHthe ORthe onthe
the question of how far the cause of ofprogressivism ofprogrC56iism ofprogreseivisni
progressivism of insurgency against againstthe
the old order of things in the Republi Republican ¬
can party has advanced For these theseand tHeseand theseand
and other reasons the campaign now nowdrawing no nodrawing nowdrawing
drawing to a close is noteworthy It Itwill Itm Itwill
will m not be surprising if it i itt looked lookedbackto ookefthAck ookedbaekto
backto hAck to in future years ygg ettrs as the begin beginning lx beginning in innillg ¬
ning of a new political epoch in this thiscountry thiscoulIlQ thiscountry
country countryPUBLIC coulIlQPUBLIC countryPUBLIC
PUBLIC OFFICIALS WHO ARE ARENOT AREOT ARENOT
NOT OT BLINDLY LI DLY PARTISAN PARTISANCommenting PARTISANommeHting PARTISAN2omineating
Commenting on Mayor Gaynors re1 re1cent rc rcCCHt recent
cent trip to Washington the i e Troy TroyRecord Tro Troy4Record I In
Record n onl looking back to the good old ohldays olddlt oldlays
days dlt of blind and bitter partisanship partisanshipoteerves IJKrtisaJt8hilto1t6orC partisanshipobserves
observes oteervesThe o1t6orCThe observesThe
The io idea > a of an officeholder f 1der of on onparty onINrly oiia oiiaparty
party associatingwith usoeiatlng wIth an officeholder officeholderof of Seehokiercc ho1der ho1deruC
of another itarty w WAil unthinkable A Apublic Apubtk Apublic
public which hlek was decidedly nArrow imrrowminded nArrowminded narrowminded
minded In the matter of o politics would wouldItave wouldhave ould ouldIMl
have IMl 8 denounced the appearance of ofMayor ofIMy ofMayor
Mayor IMy r Gaynor at th the White House e as asa asa I Ia
a d dell deWaerate lf > > erate betrayal of party Th The par partisan frtJsan 1srtiSall ¬
tisan of a quarter century ago would wouldhave wouldhtl wouldh41xe
have entertained t the idea that ti l time le Re Republican ReoItUlJIlca ReDIILAICSH ¬
publican t offlcil who associated with ofth a aDemocratic aleJBOrlk aDemocratic
Democratic official was as nurturing nurturl a adark a adark
dark plot said plot betn being to thedetri thedetriment lhedetriment thedetritlellt ¬
I
ment of the dearest 1 X5t wishes w1s of the pa patriots patriots patiiota ¬
triots who he would rather die than con concede conede ¬
cede e de that a political opponent might mightbe ml mIghtbe conI ht htbe
be worthy of con confidence confidenceIt nce I
It was ilS indeed an extraordinary visit visitthat visitthat I Ithat
that Mayor 1 or Gaynor G JtOr made to the Capi Capital Ctltital Capital ¬
tal as the t Presidents PrCtj 4leMtg personal guest guestIt u t tIt
It is necessary JJl rr to take note that it itcame itcame itcame
came in the midst of one of tK t most mostsensational JItOStseltsatiolMtl mostsensations
sensational campaigns CAIMIHt fn6 ever waged in inthe inUte inthe
the Empire State that Mayor Gaynor Gaynoronly Gaynoronl Gaynoronly
only onl a month ago a o was as the favorite favoriteDemocratic flloriteDeMocratic favoriteDemocratic
Democratic possibility poe iltility for governor governorthat goverJlOrtk governorthat
that tk t when hen Gaynor declined d lined the proffer proffered ¬
ed honor he virtually handed it to Dix Dixand Db8ltd Dixmind
and caused Dixs nomination that ttut ttutfar vutfar ut uter
far er declining declini it Gaynor would ould now in inall inn inall
all n probability prob bility be engaged oed in an in incandescent inCIInd iiicandescent ¬
candescent CIInd CMt exchange exeha e of oipersonaJities oipersonaJitieswith personalities personalitieswith
with the founder of the Ananias Club Cluband CIIand Chiliand
and other enthusiasts o OK th t the e Republi Republican ¬
can M side of the fence fenceBut fenceHut fenceBut
But fortunately foctulNltel he is in a position positionto
to visit iRit Mr 1r Taft and to return from fromWashington flOlltYshinttDlt freesWashington
Washington praising tnliM the President Pre8 dt dteongratuJatilt6 amicongratulating and andcosegratuthttiu
congratulating the country on its luck luckin JtIdcill hickin
in obtaining obtaii g him for Chief Magistrate MagistrateThere Mali8trAteTltere MagistrateThere
There arc some men in pubik p hlk office officewho olflcewise r rwJwt
who would ouMI much prefer to leave Je ve parti partisanship partia partiesniohip ¬
sanship a ltip behind lte iMd and devote themselves themselvesI tJteM elV4S elV4Sto
I to progressive progr Bive endeavor Y4K on behalf of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the people There are a good many nuuiyother manyother uy uyoUter
other men of that stamp now Tanning Tunningfor
for public office otee and they deserve acne to tosucceed tosucceed tosucceed
succeed succeedIf
If Mayor 1o yor Gaynor had come down downwhen do doh downwhen
when h Congress Con retJli WK was In I session and d had hwdvisited hadlalted hdvisited
visited the Capitol we weMApt might have havebeen havebeeR havebeen
been able to understand his hi conelu conelusiens e4 conclusiemt Relu ReluMen
Men
I
It is not reiM reported rted whether Miss Lib Liberty Ubtrty lAberty ¬
erty took advantage advUtta e of the oppor opportunity eppertunity ospertunity ¬
tunity long JOft denied d nied to Inquire Inquirewhether 1lrewbether InquIrewhether
whether her hat was on straight straightThe straightThe traJrhtThe
The pumpkin pie eaters cannot but butview ltutIe butview
view Ie with alarm this frightful frl htCul Jack JuikoLantern TRckcLaDtern JackcLantern
oLantern desecration d raUon of the nettle nettlefruit Beblefruit noblefruit
fruit of the cornfield cornfieldIt
It remains to be seen whether Sena Senator Seftalor Senator ¬
tor Root is carrying a mesage to or orfrom orfrom orfrom
from Garcia GarciaThe GarcIaThe GarciaThe
The Washington aahln ton Monument has hasnothing h hnothing hasnothing
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CARSON CITY Nov Oct 31 31Admis 31Admission 31Admismelon Admis Admission ¬
sion Day DR the fortysixth Corty bth anniversary of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the admission of Nevada to the Union Unionwas Union3S Unionwas
was 3S observed as a legal holiday holklllv through throughout ¬
out the State today The banks b nb courts courtsand courteAnd couatand
and public Institutions were clojd and andthe aJMithe andthe
the school children were given a a holiday
iihats Whats on the Program in inWashington inV InWashington
I Washington WashingtonSoldiers V ashingtonSoldiers
Soldiers Home Band concert at Sol Soldiers Soldiers Soldiers ¬
diers Home rark 338 3 oclock oclockHalloween oclockHaJlowcon oclockhalloween
Halloween program at Washington WashingtonFlorists WashingtonFlorists Vf lon lonFlorists
Florists Club Show Sho at Convention ConventionHall
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oclock oclockHalloween fclockHalloween ocluckHalloween
Halloween party given by b the ladies ladiessection kdiessetUOR ladiesseetlon
section of the Columbia Turnverefn at atthe atthl metthe
the clubhouse c 938 M 1 street northwest n northwestS
8 oclock oclockA
A Ghost t Minstrel Show SIlO by b the th Bacliel Baclielors I
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Kings Envoy At Opening oi oiSouth of ofSouth ofSouth
South African Parlia ¬
ment Greeted GreetedCAPE GreetedCAPE
CAPE C PE TOWN South Africa Oct 81 81The 2tThe 21The
The Duke and Duchess of Con Conaausnt CORDattpt ConnuZht
aausnt arrived here upon the British Br1tWbateaJlUJhtp BHtIsbsteamship Britishsteamship
steamship Balmoral Castle today todayThe teda7The to4ayThe
The Duke of Connausht COIInu < ht comes co cotbe as asthe asthe
the envoy eno of o King ing George to open the theSouth tkSouth theSouth
South African parliament parliamentWhen JNUUamentWhfn parliamentWhen
When th the duke and duchess landed landedthe landedthe landedthe
the Balmoral Castle the convoying convoyingcruiser convoyh convoyhcruiser convoyingcruiser
cruiser and the merchant shipping htpptD In Inthe Intile inthe
the harbor displayed many flags Tae TIMImmenae TheImmense I Iimmense
immense crowds on the th docks doe included includedZulus tDeI tDeIZulus IncludedZulus
Zulus and Indians as well w 1I a as whites whitesand whit whitaad whitesand
and all cheered ehe red enthusiastically the theforts tMfora thebeta
forts meanwhile saluting salutingThe aJuUngThe salutingThe
The duke duk and duchess a who were ac accompanied ACcomnled acrompanlod ¬
companied by Princess Patricia PA lrlcla w were werewelcomed er erweJcomed re rewelcomed
welcomed on the pier pI r by b Viscount ViscountGladstone YI ViscountGladstone ut utGladsto
Gladstone Gladsto governor overnor general end of the theSouth UeSouth theSouth
South African Union and by official officialrepresentatives olrldalrepre ofticialrepresentatives
representatives repre ntathe of the Transvaal Cape CaneColony CapeColony CapeColony
Colony Natal atal and Orange River RiverColony RIT R1vrColony r rColony
Colony A deputation of prominent prominentcitizens pr8llliaentltI prominenteltlziqms
citizens ltI DS of cape pe Town and a large largenumber larJeJlumber largenumber
number of naval and military officers officerswere o tcerwere officerswere
were also present presentThe pceaontTh presentThe
The Th party drove to the city hall hallwhere banhere hailwhere
where here a great r a t reception was U held heldAddresses heldAddre heldAddresses
Addresses es were presented by various varioussocieties Tarlo Tarlo8OCIetlis varlonasocieties
societies and the Duke of Connaught Connaughtresponded Courhtresponded Connaughtresponded
responded A private dinner at Gov Government Goyernn Government ¬
ernment ernn nt House followed followedTomorrow followedTomorrow followedTomorrow
Tomorrow the duke will visit Islt the thegovernment Ueov thegovernment
government ov rnment wine wJn farm arm at Constantia Constantiaand COR8tanUaand Constantlaand
and in th the afternoon his royal hh hhneas hkhn highnees
neas n will hold nol a review reIe at Green Point PointO PontCllmmon PointCnmmon
O Cllmmon > miron Other functions In honor honorof onor onoror
of the royal guests have been arr arrTiie ar arranged
rAnged f fr r Wednesday and Thursday Thurnda ThurndaThe
The opening of parliament will take takeplace takeplace takeplace
place Friday FridayAmericans FridayUNCLE FridayUNCLE
UNCLE SAMS RIDERS RIDERSTO RIDERSTO
TO ENTER ENTERCONTEST ENTERCONTESTAmericans CONTEST CONTESTAmericans
Americans to Compete With WithForeign WithForeign WithForeign
Foreign Cavalrymen at
Chicago ChicagoCHICAGO ChicagoCHICAGO ChicagoCHICAGO
CHICAGO HI Oct 31 nThe The greatest greatestinternational grvatestInternaUonol gratestlnterngtlonal
international competition of army riders ridersover rId81Sover ridersever
over planned is to be held at the Chi Chicago CIII CIIIhorse Cliiesga ¬
cago horse show November 22 to toPermialon 25 25Permission 9 9Permission
Permission has been granted by b the theWar theWar theWi
War Department for fu nve of the beet beetriders b briders beetriders
riders among Uncle Sams cavalry to toappear toappear toappear
appear in the military mmtar J contests contestsThey conteelJThy contescThey
They will compete with the most ex expert exrt cxpert ¬
pert rt riders rid r8 from the armies of Great GreatBritain GractBritain GreatBritain
Britain France and Holland The TheNorthwestern TheNorthwestern TheNorthwestern
Northwestern mounted police oIice of Canada Canadawill Cana Canawill Canadawill
will also a be represented representedThe
The Americans who will compete have havenot JHl havenot e
not been chosen Colonel Lord Decies
D S 0 of the Seventh Hussars who whois wim wimIs
is to lead a teamof teem oC British cavalry of ofilcers orfleers
ilcers against ainst the military riders of the theother theother theother
other nations < at Madison Square Garden Gardenhorse Gardenhorse > n nItorae
horse show sho in New York will lead the thesame theame theaamc
same band bant1of of horsemen at Chicago ChicagoRIOT CtricagoRIOT ChicagoRIOT
RIOT BLAME PUT PUTON PUTON PUTON I
ON REACTIONARIES REACTIONARIESCorrespondent REACTIONARIESCorrespondent REACTIONARIESCorrespondent
Correspondent Declares Retrogres Retrogressives Retrogressives Retrogressives
sives Vish to Make Middle Clan ClanAfraid ClanAfr ClanAfiiid
Afraid Afr id of Democrats DemocratsLONDON DemocratsLONDON DemocratsLONDON
LONDON Oct 31 nThat That the reaction reactionary reecUonarv reactionary ¬
ary element of Berlin Is Itself I I responsi responsible ¬
ble bl for the resumption of rioting rlotin in that thatcity thatcit thatcity
city cit Saturday night and Sunday morn morning mornin ¬
ing In is the declaration of the Berlin COt coirespondeut COtrespondet cotrespondett
respondeut of the Morning News NewsThe NtwsThe NeursThe
The reactionaries r UonarlC5 are thus seeking seekingthe seekingtpe eklng I It
the t tpe e correspondent corrE > spondent says to inspire the thegreat thereat thegreat
great reat German middle class with fear of ofthe urlite otthe
the social Ial democracy to which Is attri attributed attribute attribeited ¬
buted responsibility respon tbUity for the outbreak outbreakBy outbroakBy outbreakBy
By arousing this terror in the middle middleefess middleeIIM middlecil2
efess the r reactionaries liopc Ole to pave the theway theWft theway
way Wft for or tile easy 1S passage of repressive repressivelegislation re represMveegIa ve
1 legislation egIa Uonnt at the coming session uf u the thereichstas Utele thereiclintag
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GOAL RECOGNIZED RECOGNIZEDAS
AS NATIONAL FUEL FUELTakes FUELTakes
Takes Place of Wood in inUncle inUncIe inUncle
Uncle Sams Fireplaces All AllOver AllO AllOver
Over O er Country CountryHALF Co CountryHALF ntr ntrHALF
HALF BILLION BILLIONTONS BILLIONTONS BILLIONTONSAYEAR
TONS TONSAYEAR TONSAYEARUsed A YEAR YEARUsed i iUsed
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Used dnFanrs Farms as Well as in Cities Citiesand Citiesand
and on Boats and andTrains andTrainsPopular Trains TrainsPopular TrainsPopularm
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Popularm Popular in West WestCoal WestCoal I ICoal
Coal hae Isbnbeen bften a aekJwkedtred ka wtai ed by b the1 the1Department Ute UteDeputM9Itt theDeportment
Department el i Agriculture ad the Gee Geelogical GeoIotPcI Geeioi
logical ioi tl Survey 6WY E rvei as chief fuel of 1 the theUnited Utetnlte theUnited
United States and arewood has been beenplaced DHaplacod beenplaced
placed In the background backgroundAccording ackJrlOUadA bsekresmndAecordnr
According A ordtnc to a bulletin bu issued by byChkf 1yChkt byChkf
Chkf Fore t < r Henry S s Graves ti t te tecensus e ecensus
census < lIS of 18W 1 estimated that at that thattime thttime
time nearly 14CMs6M 14Ceoe oO cords of o wood woodwere weodel woodweip I
were el used for fuai C annually The call estimated estlnulted callmtod ¬
mated value of tilte wood was SS2SCMWi9 SS2SCMWi9The I4I3 I4I3The lJ lJThe
The roiMttetion was at that times 9MM 9MMOM iISince l0WilbS
OM Since then t however the population populationhas
has h reached about 11151110 MW 0 but the use useof eor useof
of wood as fuel Has decreased in total totalquantity totalqU6ntfty totalquantity
quantity
Coal OB the Increase IncreaseThe IncreaseThe I
The Geological Geo teaI Survey anmmneed C that thatin thatIn thatIn
in 1SW the total production of e LI < al was
71 11151751 711 175 short t MMuC tens while in inamounted JIN It ItamouRted Itamounted
amounted to 4lSS429S 1i8ft short toes t or ornearly orDMrty ornearly
nearly six times the amount of MB MBThe l lThe INSThe
The Hiantlty of flrewood used usedfdrms M Mfarms 11fms
farms varies on account of inftoene inftoenesuch I inIlnencssuch J Jsuch
such as cHmate dtaumee from coal coalfleidr eoalftrid coalfields
fields development deT develo lopaae ment t vC transportation transportationfacilities t transportationfacutties tioa tioafacuttlefl
facilities and proyrcpolvcnesn JM 8II We el of the theconsumers theCOftIJUIDe theconsumers
consumers consumersExcept COftIJUIDeEnept consumersExcept
Except in I the PaciHe coast Stales Stat and andin aDdIn andin
in Arkansas Arka rkaoma Loutelana and Mtwmri Mtwmrithe MNMarithe 361OU11I
the I he consumption COII oC wood on the farms farmswest far farweat farmswest
west of the Mississippi 1rnl river is compam compamtiveiy comparathely coenparstlveiy
tiveiy small The States north of Ui UiOhio ihOhio thOhio
Ohio river useless fliewood th ood perfarm than thanthose thantho thanthooc
those e south of o it It if explained largely Iar largelythe eIy by bythe bythe
the fact that in the North stoves burn burnins UrllIngo burning
ins coal are commonly used white bfle m mth bt btthe hethe
th the South open wood 004 fireplaces fireplacesmore > e emore e emore
more general g enera1 Not qt only Is relatively lit tittle little littie ¬
tle coal used in the South but fireplaces fireplacesrequire replacerequire lireplacesrequire
require large quantities of wood woc1Weed w0J4Weed woodWeed
Weed IB the East EastIn EastIn EastIn
In the New England ngland Iand States and in inthe inthe inthe
the South Atlantic States rather < more morewood morewood e ewood
wood is used than in the Middle Atlantic AtlanticStates AtticStat AtlanticStates
States Stat which are a within a short dis distance dIstan dislance ¬
tan < of coal field and which have havegood havegood havetransportation
good transportation facilities facilitiesTwentysix tadltUesTwentytdx facilitiesTwentysix
Twentysix States Stat reported an n annual
consumption of more than terah IIWcords lWMU lWMUcord
cord each h while six of these States Statesreported Statesreported Statesreported
reported more than 45OIW 4tt < Kd cords each eachThe eachThe eachThe
The total quantity of wood used for forfuel forfuel
fuel in Michigan lch n Texas T New N IV York YorkWisconsin YorkWisconsin
Wisconsin Indiana Missouri > ouri and Min Minnesota ¬
nesota n sota the leadin leadinjc < States in points of ofvalue urvalue ofvalue
value exceeds ex 5SoOO P5U0UO51 XOW This is more morethan moreo morethan
than onethird o h of the t value u of allAre allArewood ai1imswood
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wood used in the e United nj States Th Thhighest The Thehighest
highest average value in any State was washi washi
hi North orth Dakota DakotaDORMITORV DakotaDORMITORV DakotaDORMITORV
DORMITORV BURNED BURNEDINMAfiS BURNEDINMAILIES
INMAfiS INMA ES ESCAPE ESCAPEBui ESCAPEBuilding
Building Bui Wing At California Institution Institutionfar
far Deaf and Dumb De Destroyed Destro Dcstroyed
stroyed stro By Fire FireSAN FireSAX FireSAN
SAN FRANCISCO Oct 31Fir Fire m a adormitory adormUory adormitory
dormitory adjoining adJoID JI the main building buildingof b lldiDc lldiDcur
of the State lIes and Dumb Institution InstitutionbuUdtna Ia Ututionat
at Berkeley > y resuhed In the loa of the thebulldIn thebuilding
building < and caused a stampeoe Ita among amongthe aMO aMOthe amothe
the inmates of the theThat building buildingThat buildingThat
That there the were no O fatalities is due dueto dueto dueto
to the fact that the inmates were in the thetllatnc UteJtDtnr thedining
dining room of the building at the time timeThe timeThe timeThe
The Are was confined COItft to th the thet dormitory dormitorythough dsrkorythough
though t h for a time the entire plant was wasthreatened wanthreatened as asthreatelMd
threatened
HW TkNT ANT T to buy buysome buy80IIte buysome
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I i since I read Oliver OliverOptics OliverBIIN OliveraqNJ
BIIN J Optics Sunday Sundayschool 5 u n d a aschool y yschool
school stories in th thhouse th91b the theQThtM
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Andrew A drew and Imogene ImogeneHERE 1 1W
HERE have you you been all afternoon asked Andrew AndrewS AJldre1Out
W 7 A S Out to the feetball game said Imogeae Hit It was awr awrexciting awtyexciting awfinBy awfinByexciting
exciting They handed tie ball to a HUla attMgy i Y man manyelJow with withyellow wkikyellow
yellow hair and a muddy jacket and then ome ORe W bew w a wfcieae w wlstiethey istle asM asMthey aMtAey
they all sat QH QR W kia lns l
understand the game very er well having o only y played p yed it far or fcMtrya ionryonrsAndrew < s sAndrew IiAndrew
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Andrew looked meek meekWell meekWen meekWell
Well you know they all stand along ia two rows facing e eack ck other otherHke Qt etherilke er erUke
Hke they were 8l8 going to dance the Virginia Reel One nan has the baM and aadcalls andcalls
calls o out t Seven come eleven ao the other side will know what W Jdwsille Jdwsilleis kiSiISIsgiingthdowlththebnl1 sWe sWeis
is Isgiingthdowlththebnl1 going to do with the ball I Th Theae TbeaherM1aitbetweeftbiSleSt0thaWtla TbeaherM1aitbetweeftbiSleSt0thaWtlafellow a he rolte it betwee hie legs 1 to tha t e Mttle Mttlefellow 1U1efellow
fellow with the yellow hair and muddy jacket aad tea they all run r f from re the theman 1MNUl theman
man with the ball As soon ae a he sees a max ia froat of him Willback too boocIig boocIigback fag fagback
back he throws the hall to him Im and if he catches cate es it they all jam jINBp at him himand bilLand iDI iDIand
and the first rnt man mDWBo who catches caic him can stand oa Ms Aiams apple aad hes hesoat liesout hesout
out
Fine Fine You havetee RaT e tr true e sentiment of o a f football l player J3kl J3klthe DWtile D4 D4the
the referee stop the slugging asked u ed Andrew AndrewXe AaIlr AaIlruNo AndrewNo
uNo Xe he didnt didnt seem to pay mack attention attu oa to that I dfctet d4 see him himhit iMhit l51 l51hit
hit any of them said Imogane Imo ee u Most of tie time he lay oa his stomach st9macthe an anthe anthe
the grass and yelled yelIedEeeyow Eeeyow He had oa a green e sad purple striped stripedsweater strJpMsweater stripedsweater
sweater sweaterDearie sweaterDearie sweaterDeane
Dearie that t at was a substitute you saw I recognize e him bL by y the thedescription thedetcriptloii
description The TIt referee was the man in citisea clothe who H superin superintended stlpedatended snperiIltended ¬
tended the play piayOh playI ay ayOh
Oh sW td Imoseae Was that him I thought t1IcMI t that was Mr Mrpresident Cox Coxpresident Canpresident
I president of the Board of Education E llCatio I thought tllo gat he ewH was there theregotting getting some somemore CNIMmore sumemore
more of the frills and ruffles off o of Ae Washington Wa school thooL system I knew knewsome kBewI
I some of the players had almost 6t everything eYeryUlI else off o at the cad of some of ofthe ofthe olthe
the scrambles scramblesScrimmages scramblesScrimmages ralRbleserIlIUIlatea
Scrimmages is the word won you want there dear dwncransbea scrambles ies are re thiags thiagsto
to disguise cI i the age of a fried egg Andrew said this earaeatty Mr Cox I Isee Isee Isee
see has placed the stamp of his approval oa the new 1M football l rules f ie and aadI
I suppose e as you say that its due tI to the fact f that they have e ao frttfe and aadraffles aMrailles andrucs
raffles rucs oa them It is 1 certainly straage the way waYt that maa hates frftte frftteaad frlHnand rit16aM
and ruffles rufflesWell ndll milesWell M MNen
Well have the aew rules made football less dangerous daa Mow asked askedImogene ask841I askedImogene
Imogene ImogeneOh I ene eneOh
Oh yes said Andrew Mle1l Where formerly there were few survivors survivorsof stlrn stlrnof
of a big game several escape under the new rules They eve even have 1a mom members 1IMBtDelS momhers ¬
hers of former teams brought oa the field eid oa stretchers strete ers in invalid chairs chairsand chairsDd charsand
and oa crutches to explain to the aspiring upir t youngsters youa sters how they can stick sticka
a thumb in an opponents oI eye kick him d ia the t e small of the back and push
his Is face f < i in the mud so he cant see s e who did it all at one time and yet et a JM thave nethave t thave
have the t e referee efereeput put them tlte out of the game gameIn gameIn M MIII
In what respect de the new rules nll dialer froat ir the old oMT r inquired inquiredImogene inquloleI inquiredIniogejie
Imogene ImogeneWeil I IniogejieWeIl eBe eBeWell
Weil replied Andrew Under the ajew ew rules r if a player p ayer sits d W WOR dawn dawnOH wn wnoa
oa another players stomach with wit enough force to knock the wind out of ofhim ofhiBl olhim
him and make htm say Woof Too ooC like a frightened fr 8IMIi pig than the sitter must mustarise 1IMIStarIM mastarise
arise and allow the wind w Hi to come back iato taeJuedy t MY of tae aittee ee Under Underthe Undert1le Underthe
the old rules he sat still till some of olt tae accomplices sccomp1I of the stttee kicked kickedhim kick kickIIi kickedhim
him IIi off with a hobnaiied shoe shoeUnder oeUa4er shoeUnder
Under the new rules the referee may search under tae sweaters SlWe ters of oftae eftile iithe
tae players for brass Dr knuckles aDd short lengths Jea of lead pipe wide was the thecustom tlteco thecustoat
custom co of the player to carry during dtlria the old Taaaksgtriag TMa games between betweeathe MtWf8IitH betweenthe
the Columbia Athletic Club aDd Georgetown GeorgetownThanksgiving Geor GeorgetownThanksgiving etWL etWLuTAaDkaglYiag
Thanksgiving has always Des a popular day for football f games gamesaad gamesaM gamesand
and many an humble home has had cause e for thanksgiving t aaJ givtag because tae taeson thenost
son of the family got ot out t of the game with only one ear pulled NI off offUnder oiLUlHier o oUnder
Under the old rules if you broke a players leg in the scrimmage seri ge you yonbreak youboreak youbreak
break the other one also if it could be done before the referee could w wi bio biohis bhihits
his i whistle but but1MIer under the new rules the team tea breaking Drea the leg eg or 01off puttta putttaoff peMagoft
off an arm or evea gouging out an eye must furnish wooden legs cork corkarms eKkrMS cartarms
arms or glass JaM eyes to the team losing them themWhere themW1Mre themW9sore
Where could they get players at that time asked Imogene ImogeneMost lmogeHMe ImogeneMout
Most of em were George Geor e Spransys boys replied Andrew
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not very ver e well post posted poeteel t teel ¬
eel in the sort of books a boy willfind willfindamusing will willlindamusing SInd SInd8muslng
amusing but if yo you want WA t to buy 00 him himsomething himsomethIng I Isomething
something that is instructive I am there therewith therewith therewith
with the advice adviceI
41 I know a little book that has the thethree thethreoe thethree
three Rs beaten to a fraszte It has more moreinformation moreinformation moreInformation
information about real life in it than thanany thanAn thanany
any An book used in the school system it ithae 1 ithas t thIws
has within its pages a lesson that no noboy no11d9 I Ican
boy can l lrn arn in any school in the coun country cou coutry country ¬
try and JId yet it is Mfe ltf 10 e most important importantone 1mp itant itantone
one Its the lesson of economy fru frugality frugclUt fm fmgality ¬
gality and success In brief its the thelesson thelesson
lesson 1 of saving sa Ing and the book is a little littlepass 1UtlepaS8 littlepass
pass book in some good savings savt 8S bank bankBuy btlnk1oy bank1Jily
Buy him one On It will cost you about aboutJ5 I
J5 and no levant limp leather edition de deluxe delue deluxe
luxe ever foisted on a club woman is isonehalf isonehalf
onehalf so valuable Make a 56 5 deposit depositand depositand i
and then giw 1 Win l m thejbook the thebook book and explain explainto
to him the whole vJ ole system s5l m of banking of ofinterest orInterest ofinterest
interest of savings and of economy It Itwill ItwlU Itwilt
will be of use to him when he has for forgotten forgotten forgotten ¬
gotten the supine stem and can no long longer longer longer ¬
er er tell t 11 the difference between the root rootof rootor rootof
of a Greek verb erb aitd the root of a horse horseradish horseradl8hEplAln horseradish
radish radl8hEplAln Explain ss 5 to why wb the genial genialgentleman genialgentlemAn genialgentleman
gentleman up at the bank pays him himcents
3 cents for every collar he leaves there therefor therefor therefor
for a year yearmke make him see the difference differencebetween dUlereneebetween differencebetween
between paying interest t and getting in interest intlest Intweet ¬
tweet which is tle difference between betweenprosperity betweenpro betweenptasperity
prosperity pro perity and poverty po eTy Get Getlm him into intothe intothe Intothe
the habit of saving a certain portion of ofwhat ofwhat gwhat
what he earns awl if yon can ever get getthis getthitc getthis
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will have done more for hIm than if you yougave y yv yengave
gave v him four year + to the most fashion fashionable fashionable fashionable ¬
able football tHll factory in the country countryGet COlntryGet couintryGet
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strives 1trI1 of Princeton out of his head und und
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school I on the continent There is only onlyone onlyone I
one book in the course of study through throughwhich th throukwhich
which a boy 00 must go o to obtain this de degree de degr degmee ¬ i
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other sort of burglar he can use thIs edu education edaC ediscation ¬
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buy his own breakfast food foodBuy foocLu foodBuy
u Buy u him a book in a savings bank bankand 1Nuakand bankand
and you OU have vetarted > tarted him hi on the right rightroad ristrtroad rightroad
road to prosperity prosperityA
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by mail sent a prospectus to a man who whosem whosent I
sent In an J n inquiry ia response 4J to an ad adJust adJust I IJust
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we do business is i
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produce the following letter received by bythe bythe I Ithe
the firm firmBlank lirnuBlank I
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very much interested m I your set of ofbooks ofbooks ofbooks
books and feel sure that I will buy
them awl nsa want to get et them as soon soonas 2IICHNIu soonas
as possible bIe Please send me all of ofyour ofour ofyour
your our followup letters at once o as I Ithtnk Itbtnk Ithink
think I shallaccept snaU aecept yo yo r final finaldal sa4 spa opeetal spacml
dal rder at a reduced price to intro introduce IMreduce Introduce ¬
duce the books in this neighbor neighborhood nelbWHtrho ngbbsrhood ¬
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> WILLIAM rlLLIA SariTH SariTHNever S SSUTINever UTH UTHXever
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coming COII t out of the tailor shop I will willgo willgo ill illgo
go some pa p pae 3e e else next BeXtlme time When Wnenhe WItetabe Whenhe
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me tIP p In Yent ent of a mirror and asked askedme A kedme d dme
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lawyer lawyerThe 1awyerThe IawyerThe
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faith in K your our goods by your publicity publicityIf Udty UdtyIe
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dencein deuce In It It you wi wji 11 i show that coal confidence eoaAIt coaldesuce ¬
dence by getting tlog into the th newspapers newspapersaad
and tclHaic them th ° m about It If you ad advertise avue advertioc ¬
vertise if you are wilIng willi to tAOtIr spend spendyour ape apeyour
your OtIr money advertising an article die tfceyI diekao1 theyknow
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LIFE SAVERS SRI SRIHelen BRmEWRITES BRIDEWRITESCONFESSION
WRITES WRITESCONFESSION WRITESCONFESSIONHelen GONFESSION GONFESSIONHelen
Helen OBrien Makes MakesReparation AiakesReparation MakesReparation
Reparation to Church hi hiLetter 111Letter h hLetter
Letter to Priest PriestST
ST LOUIS Oct 3IHeleit Heie OBrien OBrienwho OJJriewho Obrienwho
who recently fctfcerite saftfcMtt was no norequired JI4requInd n nrequired
required to kneel kaeebefWe before the altar 3t in insackcloth inkdoth iiisckc1oth
sackcloth kdoth JIll ashes In St XarkCuhelle Marks MarksCathotte iarksCatholic
Catholic Ctwrcn here whea she made madfinal madeAnal madeenal
final reoaratioa re to the clntrck for re recently reeeDtly reeemly ¬
cently pemrtttms a a Ba Baptist ist aalntetar to toperform toperfona toperform
perform a immiatc1 ceremony ftw h hJeha her hermend r rami
mend John i lowland the New Jersey T Jernc life Hfesaver Hesaver lifesaver
saver saverThe saverThe
saverTile
The ass aal6tftt 6tant pasior publicly read her herconfession h herconfession r rconf
conf confession to the pastor ia which sh shused sill sheused
used her maiden name and ignored iSD her herhuseands herhusbamds
huseands as follows followsI followsIoar followsDEr
I Ioar ear Father ln submission to t the theobligations t tebD theobligations
obligations ebD tions laid o 011 me by His Grac Gractb G Gth Grcethe
tb th Most ost Reverend Rev Dd Archbishop An bbI la 1 wi wiMci 1IOUt 1IOUtIkt P011ktv
Mci 1ktv > repairing repal the scandal I have hav given givenI 11 11I
I confess COIIf to the world as a Catholic CatholicI
I was married fllI re4 by a Baptist mwteter mwteterSeptember MUllMfrSEptember setaloterSeptember
September C So 1M 1SIt 71 I ask asklot panto of God Godfor
for my sin si aDd the grace of sincere sincererepentance sincerer sincererepentance 0
repentance r ta C Sincerely SincerelyHELEN SincHftHEL SincerelHKLISN
HELEN HEL OBRIEN OBRIENHolland OBRI OBRIHoJ OBRIFHoelamid
Holland HoJ Bcl is saimc su1n his brides methr methrand met methrand r rancI
and others for M9eOD eoo damages tor toralteiiatinr toralieDatI brahezmatin
alieDatI alteiiatinr her affections affectionsA aaert f S SA
A livorcu Uvnr b suit it is understood uDder Is Ishe Isbe r rbe >
be planned plannedASSASSIN DlaJlftfASSASSIN plannedASSASSIN
ASSASSIN ATTEMPTS ATTEMPTSLIFE ATTEMPTSLIFE ATTEMPTSLIFE
LIFE OF PATROLMAN PATROLMANRed
Red Pepper Sprinkled SprinkledBy By Assailant AssailantPrevents AssailantI AssailantPrevents
Prevents Bloodhounds Fol Following Following Following ¬
S SADUC4H
I lowing Trail TrailPAX TrailI
I PAX PADUCAH UCAH Kv Oct a 1An An attempt attemptwas auRiptwas attemptwas
was made to assassinate 11 Tnai Patrolman J1 Les Leslie Leslie Lenhe ¬
lie OgHvie early today todayThe todayThe todayThe
The patrolman was picked pIdr vp for fordead fordead fordead
dead fife h helmet pierced wit three litrebullets tIareebullets threebullet8
bullets and a gaping wound w kt Ms s neck necknear JI aecknear k knear
near the base of the beBIootIhoaDds brain brainBloodhounds beam beamBloodhounds
Bloodhounds were wer taken fa t w Ute f th scene sceneof moneI ODe ODeor
I of the sfeoottof where w eIe a hat RatUte was mad fwuadm madha
ha m the piMmeo The T e 43 baa te co cough coughI H Hajd
I and sneeze and could lot b 1te m Inetd ceit to totake totake tollake
1 llake take the traM I Ia lavuithatisa V KTCUJ I 4 wedtbat wed ed edt
l t iat the gluM was sprtekledwltlx sprtekledwltlxred SSKiBklJ sprinkled with withred th thred
red pepper

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