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THE GOOD WORK WORKThe WORKThe WORKThe
The District of Columbia has aa in investment iRVf investmet ¬
vestment Vf tmeat of several million dollars in inits inits inits
its public puW o school feaildlBga biiilin We are1 are1proud are areproud areproud
proud ef them and we hope ia the near nearfuture JteUfuture nearfuture
future to o increase our Investment fcy fcyseveral 9fsevera byeve
several severa eve bttadred w red thousand do11arsebnoe dollars dollarsSchools QHanlh
Schools h are well worth wr what they t ey cost costand C05t7 C05t7and costand
and the best is noae too good for our ourrhidrea ourhidrea ourehidrea
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But are we getting laaxiinum ximum re returns reo reoturns retiirne ¬
turns OH the t1Iemo tnowey we havespent hare speat for forthese fortbese forthese
these great stroctaresT Insofar as the
use of our bttBdmgs for purelyschool purelyschoolpurposes purely purelyoop11rp05e8 1 1purposes
purposes ts is 5 concerned coBce2 ned The Times be believes beiieves believes ¬
lieves we axe getting maximum or ornearly ornearly ornearly
nearly maximum maxim m etaras b at t whyliould why whyshould whyghouJd
should these braidings D be used exclu exclusively excluhely exduively ¬
sively for school purposes purposesIn p plrp oses osesIn ses 1 1In
In the test few years as a lie t e ques questions qU65tions questions ¬
tions affecting lJfecti g economy in municipal rauaknpalprpenditwres municipalEXpeBGitilres muucipalenpemditures
I IJosey
prpenditwres have been more and more moreclosely noreclosely ore
closely studied st1ldied7 there has been increas increasing increasing increaslug ¬
ing dissat atpaclionft dieaatpfact faction on with tk the t e fact that thatcities t thatcities t tcities
cities spend a m i any ty y BiiHions lio > s of dollars dollarsin
in public buildings which are occupied occupieda
a comparatively cmnp rati e1y few hours during theday the theday thedayFirst
day dayFirst First ORe city aad then another anotherhas aROt anotherbaa er erhILA
has fee soI el to t work to Sad if school schoolbuildings schoolbuildiBgs schoolbnildigs
buildings canaot serve some purpose purposeother purposeother purposeother
other than t1aa use 1tSe se from from 9 to 3 oclock for forIn forschoots forsd
schoots schootsIn sd
sdIn
In many places these buildings have havebecome haeberome havebecome
become social centers cen rs where w ere the public publicgathers publicgathers publicgnbcrs
gathers to tohear hear lectures on subjects subjectswhich su subjectswlich jecls jeclsw1
which ch instruct i truGt ami a4 entertain In a acertain Rrerlain acertain
certain sense this t i ie merely continuing continuingthe
the work of education Men and wo women Woman woman ¬
man who w O are compelled com to stop school schooland sc schooland ool ooland
and go to work when they t ey pass the thecomp thocomp theeoxnpulory
comp eoxnpulory l ory school age are thus th s given givenas
an opportunity once more to come into intocontact intorontact intocontact
contact with things that make life lifebrighter lifebrighter lifebrighter
brighter and better betterSeveral betterSeven betterSeval
Several Washington school buildings buildingsare
are used us for gatherings of the people peopleof
of the neighborhood to discuss 8 8 school schoolquestions schoolquations schoolquestions
questions and n4 to consider municipal municipalsocial municipalsocial municipalsocial
social and economic issues in which whichthe whichthe whichthe
the people of the t e contiguons territory territoryare
are interested interest d There is no reason why whyevery whyt whyevery
every t ery building bu in the District should shouldnot JJho ehouldnot d dnot
not be so used Washington is lead leading leading leading ¬
ing in the countrywide movement to tomake tomake tomake
make the t school the social S center but butit butit butit
it cocld take position far ar in advance advanceof
of that irhich bich it now occupies occupiesPHYSICAL o occupiesPHYSICAL pie8 pie8PHYSICAL
PHYSICAL DEFECTS OF BRIT BRITISH BRITISH BRITISH ¬
ISH SCHOOL CHILDREN CHILDRENTba
The ohief o iol medical officer of tho Brit British Brit51l Britisk ¬
ish 51l board bo of education ha hu made hU hUfirst hi hifilt hisfirst
first exhaustive report on tho resultof raiultsof result
of the physical p Yfteal examination of gohool gohoolchildren ohoolchildren ool oolchildren
children in England and Wales requir required roqured ¬
ed by an ant adopted a three years ago egeThe agoThe agoTho
The number n er of children xamnc4 eXl1mln d WB WBin W wasin ilJ ilJin
in round number 8000000 and ncI It i iicarccly b bIC isscarcely
scarcely IC cQ en r csaggsratlonto e CZggtIO lon to u a tht
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the thepercentage porcentageof of ofdlseae disease wa was nothing nothingshort nothIngabort
short of of appalling appallingTha
Tha Th report npprt shows that about 10 per percant percant percent
cant of th the children O I1dren examined suffer sufferfrom sufferfrom sufferfrom
from serIous defeat de eot of viwon from fromto 3 3to 3to
to 5 per cent suffer su from defective defectivehearing dofe ofeotIvehearing tlv9
hearing 8 per cent cent have ve enlarged ton tonsils ¬
sils to such an extent tia to obstruct obstructthe obstnlOtI obstre obstrethe
the nose or throat and BJMi to require I med medical lIudj medfoal
teal treatment while about 1 I percent percentare per eeRt eeRtare eentare
are affected with tuberculosis to s de degree degre ¬
gre which is readily recognizable recogisizableVhllu recognizableWhen rooog izable izableVu
When Vu n it is IS added that from 20 to 40 40per 40por 40po
per po cent suffer from fromerlensive extensive decay decayof deavofthe
of ofthe the teeth one e can MBHrstand why whythe wh whthe whythe
the medical officer should have devoted devoteda d8ot d8otspccjal
a special section of his report repor to this thismalady tItismaptly thismaldy
malady which is found oun to be reapeRs responsible reapeRsible respoasible ¬
ible for so samMY many other ills IBsI iUsTtis illsThis
I This widespread widei pread defect stating the thefact thpf8t thefact
fact tersely is the result of regleet regleeting dgleating gIeot gIeotingonlinary
ing ingonlinary ordinary care of the teeth in the thematter tBematter thematter
matter of of cleanliness On this t i5 and andother aJMiother andother
other lines an effort is being ei g made to toI teedu toeducae
I educate edu children and those who have havethe havethe ave avethe
the care of them ia order that the therising t1terlsixg therising
rising generation may maybe besaved be saved from fromthe fromthe fromthe
the infirmity which threatens t reatons the t e race raceThe rareThe raceThe
The fact that there are numbers n of ofthe oCthe ofthe
the children of the poorer pOOrer classes classesamong clM classesamong 8 8among
among the victims may account to tosome tosome tosome
some extent for the t e high percentage of ofphysfcal ofpbyscal ofphysfcal
physfcal defects shows S OWIl by the British Britishreport Brltisreport Britishreport
report and while the parallel in II this thiecountry tltiecountry thiscountry
country may not be close the data datajust datajust datajust
just brought out fa entitled entit1 to o careful carefulconsideration carefHlconsideration carelsiconsideration
consideration considerationCertainly considerationCerlain1y considerationCertainly
Certainly it has beea clearly eaovgk eaovgkestablished eDOWgke3tab1isbed eiiogkestablished
established that defective vision viel aDd aadbad aDdbad andbad
bad teeth prevail to an a alarming ex extent extent extent
tent among the school hoot children c of this tkiacountry t thiscountryand is iscountry
country countryand and we should profit by what whatever wilatever whatever ¬
ever light may m Y be thrown t rown en a ation ques question flIIestion ¬
tion which w icll means so rauek mu to the efcH eWId ehuIdiza efcHdren
dren d in our o public pu91ieSECReTARY schoolst schoolsSECREFARY schools schoolsSECRETARY
t
SECRETARY SECReTARY NAGEL NA EL ON CIVIL CiVILSERVIC CIVILSERVICE j jSERVICE
SERVICE RETIREMENT RETIREMENTThe
The debate over yarkms arios met ethods of ofretiring ofretiring ofretiring
retiring civil service employes of the theGovernment tMGovernment thoGovernment
Government H8 ass broke ok ot ia i a the theCabinet t theCabinet e eCabiaet
Cabinet It develops de eleps that the Presi Presideatial Pr Presidential 8i 8ident
deatial dent al household is quite uite as oiviaott oiviaotton VWed VWedon
on the problem pro lom as are the eivft eiYtlserviee eiYtlservieework8I8 service serviseworkers serviceworkera
workers themselves tJtem8el themselvesThis ei eiThis
s sThis
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This debate among the wewfeers enihers ra of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the executive household oW is V bigUy Wy il illominatiag itluminatiug iiluminating
lominatiag It ought oug t to be occasion occasionfor oeea oseasinafor ft ftfor
for a good deal of eacouragomont e to tothe tothe tothe
the rank and ffle 1e of r Government q8Y t tployes em employes e eployes ¬
ployes For years years whenever w sugges soggeetien suggestion stIf es estieB ¬
tion has ae been made of doing something somethingfor eo eofer ontetkiogf
for f the t e clerks ad the t e servke in the ther theway tltew theway
r
way w y of retirement 5 or passion n Ute tfcesneering Utefl thesneering
fl sneering eerlng reply has bean DlR spade ade adep e eP
P p the clerks themselves tlent 4en ent t know knowwhat kBowwhat ksowwhat
what they want they are divided into intofactions latorctione lotofactiono
factions and utterly uttcrI < u aMe be t t8 agree agreeany OK OKany saany
any program programThat programThat ograxn ograxnThat
That has been true tnIe and to a con considerable coosiderable ostQerable ¬
siderable extent c teRt it is is tnte today V Vlot B lot Btltwe lotwe t twe
we are not able to see wherein it re ¬
fleets upon the clerks Of course they theyare t theyare eyare
are not agreed on details Neither are areRepublicans ueRepubUcans areRepublicans
Republicans agreed OR a tariff policy policyor o4icyor 7 7or
or Demorxats Demc rats on a legislative Jegisl Y8 program programNeither p pNeither prgraNeither
Neither is V President Presid Tafts Cabinet iDet1U Cabinetunited Cabinetuaited
united 1U ted as to a method of dealing clea1i g with withthis witthis withthis
this civil service problem problemSecretary proDlemSecre problemSecretary
Secretary Secre ry of the Treasury MacVea itfacVcB itfacVcBi MacVehis < h his
is i on record rd ft M favoring favori g retirement retirem Bt tra trader uader tmder ¬
der a plan By y which w ieht the e remaining em eraplbyes employes eiRpJOyes ¬
ployes will WI l contribute the fund V Vtaining sustaining sus MI6tainiBg ¬
taining the t e incomes in Omfs < of those t retired retiredThis retiredThis retiredThis
This is in sharp contrast to the t e straight straightcivil st straightcivil t tcivil
civil pension plan which w C contemplates contemplatesprovision e9Dtcmpiteep contemplatesprovision
provision p ion of the retirement t funds from fromtihe frome fromthe
the e Federai Treasury TreasuryComes TreasUryC TreasuryCarties
Comes C II1e5 now Mr 1 Secretary Se Se etary Nagol and andia an4iA andin
ia his annual report of oLthe Ute Department Departmentof Dep rtme t tof
of Commerce and Labor strongly I de declares declares dedares ¬
clares dares for the latter atterthe the straight straig t civilpensionplan civil civilpension eh ehpensionplan
pension pensionplan plan He H Herp is the t e statement statementwhich stateIBEatwhich statoeatwhich
which Secretary Nagel makes of it itOr itor itof
Or the several plans p an3 that t at have bcsn bcsnsuggested be 9n 9nsuggelled ensuggested
suggested for retirement the socaTed socaTedcontributory socar SOCaFedcontrIbutory ed edontrlbutorY
contributory T nlan > lan and the straight straightpension straibtpension ytrajhtpension
pension plan have been Riven 1ven most mostconsideration Jr02tcoIsIdemt1 mostconsIderathn
consideration Almost any an plan which whichwould whichwould whichwould
would retire superannuated V employes employesnpbn employesupOn eznployesupon
upOn an equitable e basis would be fromthe from fromthe tromthe
the standpoint of the Government Gc rnnlent ac acceptable acceptable acceptabe ¬
ceptable as a means of roHevinjf the un unfortunate untornnate unfortunate ¬
fortunate conditions cond tong which hIch now exist existthroughout existthroughout existthroughout
throughout the service but the heavy heavydraft heaOdraft heacydraft
draft on comparatively low salaries salariesunder saluiesunder salariesunder
under a contributory system would be bea bea bea
a hardship and mlsht work worka1 aa Injustice Injusticeto
to the employes If salaries ere to re remain re remalnas remain ¬
main malnas as they the arc It would seem that thatthe thalthe thatthe
the Government can welt afford as a astrictly atrlct1y astrictly
strictly economical eco omka1 measure to provide providea
a straight pension without thou contribution contributionfrom contributionfrom contributionfrom
from the employes employesThere employesThere employesThere
There can be no mistaking mista1 ng Secretary SecretaryXageFs Searetaryagel8intentHe SecretaryXagel
XageFs agel8intentHe intent intentV intentHe V He decidedly decid y disagrees disagreeswith disa disagreswith es eswith
with Secretary seCr tary MscVeagh and d aligns alignshimself alignshimself alignabiniseif
himself with th thpt strong element elementamong eletOOIltamong elementamong
among theemployes the 0 emplo employsa es themselves them8e e8 who whohave whohave whohave
have bean widely ide1r pronounced vision visionaries visionaries visionaries ¬
aries and impracticable because they theybelieved theybe1i theybelieved
believed be1i ved in thestraight the straight civilpension civil pension
plan planIt p plflV plflVIt m mIt V V
It is true e that f at the straight pension pensionplan pensionpJan pensionpan
plan is fs strongly opposed in Congress CongressIt
It is probably true that there would wouldbe wouldDe wouldc
be c small cltance chance of securing it its t4 adop adoption adoption adoption ¬
tion V for f r a number of f years yeara even if ifall ifall ifall
all effort were concentrated upon ft ftBut it itBut ftBut
But it i is i a significant lign flcant Index of thedevelopment i the thedevelopment e edeve10pmen
development 6T interest in the plan planthat phnthat planthat
that Secretary Nege agel should have de declared declnroo docl1Lred ¬
clared for It after the tha hflL careful studylie study studyhe ltudyh
he h ha hu made of the thowiiolc wholo subjnot subjnotIn mbjMIn
In another MO ther place In this J i paper will willbe willbe n I Ib
be foiic the fall uU text of f fC Secret Secr
C
i NagaTs agsiwdIsousaon disoueBlon iso 8 of th this sBubJect subject from fromthe fromtheV
the t e report r rt rondo o public today Withont With Without Vlt11out ¬
out doubt it willgrre will gi < e dlatinofc impetus impetusaad impetusand
and cMMuragemant e eouragom nt to the theebrong strong ole olemoat oJ olentoist
moat which is urging the civil pension ponsionand pensionaad sion
and pointing to the th oxperienoe of other othercountries othercountries
countries and the policies Jifa pf a eon eonstaBtiy vonltuRiy constaitly
staBtiy increasing i number of great in industrial iaclutrlal I Idustrial ¬
dustrial corporations e as proof r Of that that the tMais t1dIs theis
is the logical Jeg cg method metlaoq of f handling the thequestion tJlefluegtio thequestio
question fluegtioJaet questionJust V VTnat
Just why wh Mr V Bryan should omit men mention m mtion ¬ i itkm
tion of the name or the editor of die diei thee dieCeininuer
i Commoner e as a Presidential posslbfltty posslbflttyIsnt 1JOS51 noselbHttyieWt
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Isnt quite dear dearGeneral V VGeossal i iG8INII
General Humidity being off tn die Job Jobso j lt ltao
so to speak our old friend GaaralFtnaaetel Gaaral GeraIPtaaadaI Qaer1Ptnondi
Ftnaaetel Depression is trying to teUl Kcab Kcabthe Jcabtheipotilgt
the Ul theipotilgt epotnght epotnghtilajrbe V VV V V VMaybe
Maybe aI e LOB Angeles ARgel s chagrin c1Ialrl ckag n at herbb her herbomb 1IerexpIestt1t6lsihat
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Ventton Manuel of t Ponlugal Po ugal who Je go going go gotRg golug ¬
lug to coBege win new try a peund of ofcure orcure ofcure
cure cureIf cure cureU V Vif
If tine supply l Ply of i girts should run VShOt VShOtNat snort snortNat s t tat
Nat at Goodwin G wIn might start In and marry marrybJs marryhis marryblsVe1vez
his blsVe1vez wives over ver again one at a a time timeIf tlQJ tlQJIt t1eeIf
If Smith ad d Wilson keqp It up UPniuch UPniuchloDger U much muchi ni2chioSer
i longer theyll tbeyllget ey get to telling justwhat justwhatthey just justwhatthey what whattheythl
they theythl thtek tbolcMr k kMr I IMr
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awaited awaMiedWe aWBMedWe awaitedWe
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After January v 1 the debase dctugeot of billsilFPiiG bills binsRAILROAD billsRAILROAD
RAILROAD MUST PAY PAYSHIPPING PAYSHIPPINGCHARGES
SHIPPING SHIPPINGCHARGES SHIPPINGCHARGESBeing CHARGES EHJURESBeing
Being Nice to Patron Expen Expensive Experisive ExpeV Expefor ¬
V sive f for or Louisville and andv andNashville
v r Nashville
It doocart always pay pa fer railroads too too1te tobe o obe
be afee 1 the snipper zbip as of eCSt3s Betels dsof of the tbeLotdwnie t1eIalllu theLoviDe
Lotdwnie Ialllu IDe and an Nashville learned from nIIa6eeIIIIea a adoeteian a4d
doeteian 4d of the Interstate Cemntorae CemntoraeCaniirifciiifua eO CemioeiouCjifliioooa
Caniirifciiifua O Ml ilub today todayrite todayThe i iTne
rite road recently gave gave a through rate I8t I8tto rateto i ito
to Ae Tecdeo Tranefer Tr rer Company of 0 El ElPaeo EtP8 LiPee
Pee on a shipment 01 of V furntUir from fromEvmwsvHle t te fruvsnsvNte
EvmwsvHle e lad Ijs throvgk East St Louis juouisi Louis0tJMr euIs euIsOth
i Other Oth roads over which the shipment WpmeatIUeetI shipmentpesoed
1 paseed declared that they had n liX > t been beencoasatted beencIte4l beencusited
coasatted and promptly affixed a higher highertariff btgaertrUr bigbertari
tariff tariffTbe tari
trUrThe
The transfer company eempiateed complamedthe aad aadtbe nd ndthe
the Interstate Commerce Commercee Conuais Cmintoeion Cmintoeiondeelariug Ua Uadedarins
dedarins the theV V favor taV9l bestowed by the theIxmtevine theIcndItvtJIe theLouiovifle
Ixmtevine and Nashville official o have havebeen haYebeea havebeen
been unwarranted ordered them t em to pay paythe JMIYthe paythe
the differences ta charges out of their theirown theirown theirown
own pocket pocketPlanning cluItPlanningfor pock pockPlanriiiIgfor
Planning Planningfor for Camp CampOn Carn CarnV Carno V V
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on the Y M t C c A campiac expedition expeditionto
to SOUth RIver Md next g ri iBn lRnter er The Tbeboys Thewill Thebela
boys will bays e V9 for their fifteen ftrteeaudD days daysetttiac ays aysodnc
etttiac Ju Jna Juae 27 Camping experiences experiencesof
of the past were re exemplified last Bight Bightatan IIlgotat nigotatan
atan at an indoor canto mD In the th thebuIldug T M Mbuildtng C < A AbulldtDg
buildtng when sixty boys gathered gatheredaround gatheredorolild ere4 ere4ArnvR
around a camp nre fare re heard the t ecap ecapsw camp campgrapbophone campgraphicobone
grapbophone and swapped sw ped experiet es
Funeral of Capt Sigvorth SigvorthFuneral
Funeral services for Capt John M MSlgworth lL lLStgwortk 31Slgworth
Slgworth of the Twentythird United UnitedStates UnlteStates UnitedStaten
States Infantry IDt ntrY who died yesterday at attne atthe atthe
the Walter Reed General Hospital Ho frorn frornintestinal fro froltestlnaJ froelutestinal =
intestinal trouble win be head in Ar Arttagton Ar ArJlagWD ArUagton
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Captain Sigworth SibW enb was born In Pennsyl Pennsylvania PCDD6YtvaaI Penneylvenle ocIoc1tI ¬
vania January 1 II IL 1599 l He enlisted in intbe Intbe Inthe
tbe army nil in in UBS and served until untilstricken until1Itridieo untilstricken
stricken about two months ago His Hiswife Hiswife
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Superintendent Sitperl tendent Elliott Woods of th thCapitol the thoCapltel theCapitol
Capitol who is a conaolrsour couao1 = sour in add addition ftl1tltJon addtion ¬
tion tJon to all hIs other aocoinpllshmeftts aocoinpllshmefttsis
is engaged In cataloging Hid various varioaspiece varfODIIpieceCIJ variouspleceq
piece pleceqV0t V0t of statuary and art ar work work ubout VftbOUtth8 uboutthe uboutthe
the great building and has JUcoveied JUcoveieda ll coetom coetoma
a produotion of St Gaudera that thsthAs thsthAstwn V Vbeen has hasbeen
been generally overlooked In the 5u 5u8IIHt Suprels4 u upreKM
preKM 8IIHt Coart room arc a niimlcr numl er of ofstatues ofstatues ofstatues
statues of former justices or chief jus justivee justiqea
tivee V Among tbe thee e is on ont u i iJ13eice CSsf CSsfJtttfCee Ctotee
JtttfCee ee Taney author of the fnmccs fnmccsBred ft11c1slecl fantrsDead
Bred lecl Scott V tlei4 Ion which 1t1ch was a8 sup suppeeed supJNirecI supto
peeed to be by Rineteart Investigation Investigationbag n nIIs
bag he dfeclosed it te by St Oaadenz An Another Another Anotheg
other productioa tJott of St Gandens these the th e ete eis
te V a statue of Chief Justice Waite WatteTne VatteThe
The Wake statue was well understood understoodte
te be Ute work of sC StGa St 6aedens aodens dens but the theTaney theTtAtq theTvy
Taney Hkenesa was net netPicking n t tPicking V VV
VV Picking Flaws FlawsWhen FlawsWJHm FlawsWhen
When the Senate Judiciary Committee CoosmitteeRots Committeesets COMmitteeRats
sets through picking at a legal proposi proposition propeslUcm proposit3 ¬
tion t3 2 there ta generally not much left leftif JeUIt
if there te any unsoundness about a it itThe It ItThe ItThe
The constitutional coa Ututlonl lawyers of that bodykDOW body bodyknow bodyknow
know no greater delight d Uht than to pounce pounceon ounce ounceon
on something offered by b somebody and andthen andtb8A andthen
then proceed to And all sorts of flaws flawsin flawsIn flawsSalt
in Salt SaltIt it itIt It Itt
It t Is the ambition of 0 the lawyers inthe in intbe 111the
the Senate to get on n the Judiciary Com Committee Committee Cornnilttee ¬
mittee That committee ranks higher higherin
in the opinion ulOn of those that follow the thetew UteJw thelaw
law than does the House H pe JVdictery JVdicteryCommittee JVdSclaryCoMmIttee JVdiciaryCommittee
Committee Both committees comrm pes are often oftencrltieteed ortenultIct oftencriticised
crltieteed ed for being chiefly useful to lied flndobstacles nndeb liedbstaclea
obstacles IB the way of proposed legisJatloR legisinSino legis legislation ¬
lation rather than t an to find ways a for forbringing forbringing
bringing 1 about legislation whichN whicb the thepublic thepuI thepubile
public te seeking But be that 48 A Itossy it itmay It11I7
may the lawyer oa the Saate S ate com mommitten committee ommlttee ¬
mitten include some of high capacity capacityaad ca caaoltyand oIty oItyand
and the a 0000ns It8 of tbe commiuee commlt ee are areextremely areextreneely e eext
extremely ext interosttng If a bill conies coniesup corneaup comesup
up It is gone through word by word wordand wordaDC1 wordand
and all mannor of it coneefvahie quos questions quostt quostions ¬
tions tt D8 are asked lid discussed dtECU sed about the thebearing thebearl thebearing
bearing bearl g of this expression ancLthat and that and anddoubts anddoubts anddoubts
doubts are raised raJs which a layman would wouldnever wJBeve wouldnever
never think of conjuring co up p Senator SenatorClark SenatorClark SenatorClark
Clark of Wyoming tlng Is chairman of tile tbecommittee tileCOlluatUee thecommittee
committee and aa able lawyer la Wyer Another Anotherable ADOlheTable Anotheraide
able lawyer is K KBute te Nelson of Mince Minnesota Mincesets Unneleta ¬
sets who wh rank 1MXt ext to dark Senator SenatorDfllmgbani SenatorDiliteghaur r rDttltagbeDI
Dfllmgbani of Vermont V 6IMODt is an unob unobtrusive unobtrusive eliottrualve ¬
trusive member of the Senate te but he hete heII heis
te rated an excellent lawyer by his hiscotteaguee hIlScellegve hiscoUeagueo
cotteaguee on the Judieiuy Committee CommitteeS CommJUeeSeaator
S So te Senator Brandegee of Connecticut ConnecticutSenator ConneetlcutBorah ConnecticutS
Senator S eetor Borah of Idftho J 1 is classed dase as asone I
one of the brainiest lawyers 1 WOofers In Congress
Moreover orenver he is Independent t and pro progressive prore proriesa1ve ¬
gressive re eWe On the th Democrat Demoeratlt side are aresoeh arebIe aresuch
such able lawyers as Bacon of f GeorgiaCubersoa Georgia GeorgiaColbersoa GeortiaCuJbenoa
Colbersoa of Texas Clarke of Arkan Arkansas ArkanJNUJ Arkansan ¬
sas san and Rayner of o Maryland Clarke ClarkeIB ClarkeCODdei
IB comtoc to be racked ryked high as alone one of ofthe ortbe ofthe
the most radepemlent tD ent of the Senate SenateDemocraU SenateDeinocrata I
DemocraU Senator BaBe to not on onJudiciary onTlldidry onJudiciary
Judiciary tbowgbt UHMIs t bis t great capacity capadtYWier aa aaa asft
a lawyer Wier Is conceded He caanet of ofcoarse otcoane ofcourse
coarse have a pfeee on it so Ipng > ng a aSenator ae aese seSeoatec
Senator Calborson ateo a o from Texas Texasroam TexuremaIII Texasreou
roam remaIII ma UtereoaCase thereon thereonCaseof
Case Caseof of Peary PearyI
I bener lIm that something will bo done doneby doneby e eb
by Consrese gree In recognition of Peary this thiswinter thfswinter thinwinter
winter said Id Representative Repre entaUve Engle Englebriicnt EnglebriIdIt i ibright
bright of Califnnla nwb When n He 11 presents presaatsate p ts f fhis
his proofs to the thenbcommIttee subcommittee of tho thoN thoCommittee theNauI
NauI N val Committee wWob has jurisdiction jurisdictionover
over v the hUla for his promotion prom t1on I ex expect ex1t6ct exiect ¬
pect iect to see 50 favorable 1 Ne action For my mypart mypart mypsit
part I have b TB been satisfied 5B kdletl h be reached reachedtbe reachedthe reachedthe
the Pole from the first The Th word of a anaval anaTal anaval
naval officer oa araatter matter of that kind kindoupat kindouibt d doug1lt
oupat to be good and moreover he hei heebowed heshowed
i snowed soundings right rl t up to within4v withinlive within withinfive
five 4v tidies leo o ot the Pole PoleTafts PoleTafts PoleTafts
Tafts Visitors
A reform has been effected er ted at the theWnlte theWhlt theWhite
White House H tn 1 a the matter of recelv recelvtog rec mccivlug lv lvlug
lug visitors tad especially Congres Congressional CongressllHlal Congressnal ¬
sional and other callers who come onisfOdat on onofficial onc5dal
official business businessAa 1IusmesJI busineAu
Aa effort is being made ma e to enable enablethese enablet enablethese
these visitors t to see the PreeMent sldent and anddischarge anddischarge anddischarge
discharge their business with more dis dispatch dlspatek dispatch ¬
patch than hitherto thert Secretary etary Norton Nortonhas Nortonha5 orton ortonb
has been b planning on bow to keep the theline thelloe thefloe
line moving mCvlngCoMid movingConeldemab4 movingConsiderable
Considerable CoMid n success has already alreadymarked alreadyJIarked alreadymarked
marked the Innovations of Mr Norton XortonHie NortonIbe
Hie 5 President is giving less time to toindividuals tomdlvicloa1s toindividuals
individuals than be used to It is his hishabit hisJlabtt hishabit
habit when a man comes c mes along who whowants whowants whowants
wants to talk with him to sit down downwita downwith downwith
with him and undertake a visit like likeunto like1mto likeunto
unto meeting up witk an old friend friendbaok friendDaok friendbook
book home This has been n the cause causeof careof causeof
of much delay V Schedules Sch SeduI ules have been beenbroken beenoken beenbroken
broken oken other callers have been disap disappointed disapp disappointed ¬
pointed p lDted and the time of the President Presidenthas Presidentbas Presidenthas
has been beOO so fully absorbed that be has hasgot basbOt hasgot
got little exerciseWhen exercise exeretseWhen exorciseWhen
When Roosevelt was President he hea had hada 1 d dy
a way y of Mustang bv the e callers akos akosgetting ak akuggetting g ggetting
getting through with bat ness y and vet etung vetting et etting ¬
ting outdoors Secreiay ecrcta y Norton Is Istrying istrying istrying
trying to bring about a similar condi condition condition condition ¬
tion of things He Hewants wants th the President Presidentto Ident Identt41
to t got more exercise exerclaeTJnder exerciseUncler exorciseUnder
Under the tbenew new arrangement arran nt Jimmy JimmySloan nmmrSloan
Sloan one of the Stsret 5 ret ret Service men menat menat menat
at the White House Is employed to toadmit toadmit toadmit
admit visitors and keep k p the lines mov moviag movlog maylug
log Thenew The neW plans 1 lans are working out outwell outwell outwell
well and Mr Norton Is encouraged encouragedNot encouragedNot encouragedV encouragedNot
Not Using Auto AutoI Autx
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x I need no hlfalutln vehicle to car carry carry car1s ¬
ry me anywhere anywhereThus anywhereThus anywhereThus
Thus spoke Senator Jeff Dads of Ar Arkansas Arkansas r rkansas ¬
kansas In an interview at Little Rock Hockapropos Rockapropos Rockapropos
apropos of a a report sent out from fromWashington fromWashfp fromWaahipgton
Washington Washfp on that be had ordered an anautomobile anautomobile anautomobile
automobile to convey conve him aoout a out the theCapital theCapital theCapitaL
Capital CapitalSenator CapitalSenator V VV VV VV VSenator V V V
Senator Davis has a fight fl ht for re reelection r releoUotl reelection ¬
election only two years ahead and he heis heIs hOis
is taking no chances He says be hewouldnt bew bewouldit
wouldnt w uld1t know what to do with an anauto anauto
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auto1 auto if be hehd had one oneNevertheless oneNevertbelels oneNevertheless
Nevertheless and notwithstanding notwl tandlng It ItIs ItJ ItJIs ItVIs
Is well known In Washington that thatSenator thatSenator thatSenator
Senator 3 Davis > avls once used an auto to tomake tomake tomake
make a visit to the White House It ItIs ItIs ItIs
Is said lo have required considerable considerableexplaining consIderableexplalnlnE consIderableexplaining
explaining down dOWn In the theOzark Ozark country countryMcCredie COUntryMc countryV countryMcCredi
V McCredie Mc redi Ball Crankltupreseltidtive Crank Crankliepresentatlve rankR
liepresentatlve R eni t1ve W W McCredie of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the State of Washington l1 whose home homeIs homeIs
Vj Is 0 Vanconuver is a b baseball crank In Infact In Infact Infact
fact he Is president of the theteam team eam In his histown hison histown
town on This team belongs be1on to the Pacific PacificNorthwest PaclncXorthwcst PacificNorthwest
Northwest Leagjae Lea Leaue eand and won eighty eightyeight eiglltyeight e1gltyeight
eight straight games last season seasoni seasouMcCredie season31cOredle
i ITcCredle wont talk about anything 8DothlnbEe
I else le Ee but that ball team said a friend friendof frtendot friendof
of his When you ask him a ques question question ¬
tion about something pending In fx the theHouse theHeuse theReuse
House he replies by b telling 1l1ng you how howmany bowmany
many ma y games the teanlvwon tea wo and all allabout allabout
about It I asked him the other day daywhat daywhat
what he thought of the plan of a tariff tariffcomaJssion tariffcOnimianlon
I comaJssion c ad he said theiejiever theJeDe was wasanother wasanother
another such record as the Vancouver V VancouverV or orJ
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Jobns Communion gathered gatI V Thf f fol following folJowm fsi4lowing ¬
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J 1 Claude Keiper grand nmster master Ben BenW BenV BenW
W V March utpoty grand master maaterCharles JlWlAterCharles masterCharles
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den T John Newton Newtonden e njImIer Junior tI8IId andnwar andnwarden J WI WIden V
den Arvlne W Johnston JohnstonVZrDd srraad ere secretary eretary seczetarv ¬
tary eleventh teraO terM JARMB J A Agrand Seonple Seonplesrand mPIegrand
grand treasurer tenth tnn ter > Thomas ThomasH
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term the Rev J T RusMtt Rusa Vrt Ve ryeke Veebryckegrand ryekeJdclaaDlaIn ryeke ryekeKraad
grand JdclaaDlaIn cbaDtain tae ROW J Meaning MeaningNelms HenmagXeJm HenningNeZmn
Nelms Mstetant t tantgT8Dd grand chavtatai e Alex Aixander Alexander Alexander
ander Grant errand H 1IN marshal arsai W W WJerroitnegrand WTe tVJermine
Jerroitnegrand Jermine Te < nn ne grand nd senior d deaoon aean James JamesW Ja1t86W
W ts bItten JunIor crrsd graa 4eaom Lem LemTowers LemT LamTuwers
Towers T wers Jr grand sword bearer Jo Jeeeph JoePh Josept
sept H Milan Mnans grand pursuivant J JHarry THcUT jHdz
Hdz Harry CoHnlnRh ant senior 8 JIior Rrand stewnrl stew steward stewnr ¬
ard nr Charles J ONeflU junior grand grandsteward grandtewanJ grandsteward
steward Warren V rren C Blekford grand Rrandtiler JTndtU grandtiler
tiler tU T sixth term A V Fox trustee trusteefor tru trusteef tfor
for f ° r three ree < e years Pa PRst t Grand baster K KJ o oJ FJ
J Woodman corporator Masonie JfaJ Hall HallAssociation HaltAFOclati Hailisnoc1atku
Association n Past Grand Gn d Master I Ca Caheil Cabell
bell Williamson Past Grand Master MasterLurtoa MasterJurtoA MasterLurto
Lurtoa Lurto R R Glnn and Charles J 1 James Jamesrepresentatives JamesrepresentAUvGS JamesrepresentatIves
representatives on the board bor of direc directlrs cJketfrt directic
tlrs tic Masonic and Eastern Star Home HomeThe HomeThe HomeThe
The newly selected lelect of0eerg of Cers wer we e in instciliqd inettI inatttUfbl
stciliqd ettI by Past Grand Master JI fet George Ge rre Cobet C COberf COlYr
Oberf OlYr Past Pa at Grand < Master > James J Vet Wetmore Vetmore Vetmore
more 9T8B DrQ 9nted ited retlrm reUriIIc r Grand Master MasterGeors JllestecG MasterGeergu
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ship Planet in the harbor of Pempe PempeCaroline Peaa1teCaroline PenapeCaroline i
Caroline islands a a d tile cruiser N NrentMrs Nu NuremWrg Nvrembg
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amen that may occur aeconMiig to the tnecolonial thecoI theenlOfligi
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Four Europeans and five friendly trte na natives D DttV ¬ V Vtires
tires ttV S were killed In the revolt of ofnatives I6 I6natives I Inatives
natives The Caroline islands were werebought werebought werebought
bought by Gemany from Spain la faT1WI 18 tiN tiNThin I ITbte
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Jary M 11 tile candidates S for the thebetttf thebeatC theb
betttf b ogd of directors d1r Ctors of the t 6 Chamber of ofCosBerce ofCtiZerce ofCmorce
CosBerce wM make their campaigns campaignsNomlmtlSoas campaignsN campaignsNoiIUons
NomlmtlSoas N nS for orthe the board eo were closed closedb closedJost closedLat
Lat b v VpJgJ night FoBowfns FoII oli wing g is thq th t list of offobrvv 0 0f offosiytivy
fobrvv f b candidates who are In the theneld theAeold thefield
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R P Andrws Byron S Adams AdamsHenry AdamlHeDIY Adamn1leery
Henry P Blair sir C J Bell Bell Francis A ABhuftttKt
BhuftttKt 91 Per WLl M Brown Walter WalterBrowaley WaItxBrowUIeyV Walt4rBOwtiley
Browaley A De yore V f B Burr rr G B BCklpmas a aIP IiChipinan
Cklpmas IP fII Joseph J H Crsnford John T TCrowiey TCa TCrewiey
Crowiey Ca Wte7 O J 7 De Moil John Dolpn B BB BB BB
B Eara Earl8hftw b vFr Kdward wagj B B Eynon Jr JrRoe jrRoe jrRoe
Roe Fulkerson Fulke on W T Galilher Julius JuHusJ Juliusoar1baklo JuliusEaiftnkle
oar1baklo < J r nkle B F Graves W F Gude GudeF GudeJr
F C H Hands nd P J j Haltigaa Hash F FHarwey FHaJa0831 FMaUve
MaUve J B Beudersoa H t1ders W S Hoge HogeWilliam HogeWfIJIam Hogewr
William wr D Hoover Granville M Hunt HuntJ HuntJ
J W Hunt George e H Judd J B BIvtonear BlQanea BlUnness
Ivtonear r 3 Dana Lincoln Thomas H HX HX Helton
X elton T rr P Milburn John Mitchell MitchellJr l4ltchelIJr
Jr Joba H Nolan A A D Prince CoL A AE A AE AF
E F Handle Hugh Reilly Reill B B F Saul SaulGeecge Saule SaulGege
Geecge e Schutt butt X H Shea G W WSUcart WStcart W8Vtiart
SUcart SelwyK IWK J Talt George Y Wor Worthington Worthia Worthington
thington thia and E O WhItford Whltfordj
j V At Ute Chamber last Bight It was an annovnofcd anJIOU announotd
novnofcd that some definite action re regarding re rerdlDs regarding ¬
garding rdlDs the construction of o a good goodmacadamized S goodmacadatnized od odmaCA4lamted
macadamized road between ChainBridge Chain ChainBridge ChainBrtdfe
Bridge and Fairfax court house a is ex expected expeeted cxposted ¬
posted to follow the th meeting meetln ef f a good goodi goodroads goodreeds
i roads delegation from Fairfax with the thedirectors thedirectors thedirectors
directors of the Chamber on January 4 4postal 4 4iostal 41ostal
postal Deficit Cut Cuti
i 11598288 in Year YearDecrease YearDecrease YearDecrease
Decrease In postal expenditures for forthe 2era t tfeAr
the a last year jp j shown In the report repthtThird pf pfTMrd 9fT
Third Assistant Postmaster Po tmastor General GeneralBrttt GeneralDritt GeneralBrttt
Brttt BrtttV Brtttwhich V whldi has Just been made pub public pubDc pubtic ¬
tic licTotal Total TG postal l receipts for the fiscal fiscalyew fiscalyeor cal cal1ftI
yew V ltft aggregated agr sated S9U28e5r6SL fSi This ThisIs ThisIs Thisis
Is jus Increase 8e Iff f S 3 SiN14 je6k2ftS over oV i V Vyear the theyear th thyesz
year preceding The total defleicr deft deliciS for forthe fortJte forthe
the year Is 8048136 a decrease decreaseU decreaseAddresses of ofAddresses f fuiss5t
U uiss5t uiss5tAddresses
Addresses Y M C A Boys BoysKraest BoysEraest BoysV
V Ernest ThompsonSdtea will address addressthe addressthe addressthe
the bars 5 department of o the T M M C CA CA CA
A A this af afternoon temooa His subject will willbe willbe willbe
be tan 01 > Boy Scout movement ia 11A inAjisosica
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Andrew Andewndimogene AndewndimogeneV and nd Imogene ImogeneBy
By Roe Fulkerson FulkersonSB F ulk rson rsonSHE
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1 SB laid down the paper wKk a sigh sighAndrew sIgAndrew sighrot V
SHE rot Andrew she 8 e said I dot avnpoee suppo e yen b8veany have nave any money money moneyDearest moneyV
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V Dearest he replied ied if 1 ycm Otl put that proposition forward as a astatement astatement astatement
statement of fact it will pass aanestkraed D4estioHed If you put It forward forwardas rward rwardas
as a a query I will l tell you that if I am not broke I am the t e worst bent juan in inthis in1is injj5
this town K atitamboais gt am were V settiag for f r 10 10VCC11te VCC11te cents I couldnt t buY the thefaintest thefaintest thefaintest
faintest toot from the whistle whistleI V VV V V V VI
I was afraid so she sighed HI I araaot am Ilot a pessimist pes lmist but it certainlydoes certainly certainlydoes certainlydoes
does seem that ones one hearts 4e 4e ire ever ha hats ais the corridors of the unat unattainable unatta1Ilable unattalrable ¬
tainable Look here at Goidenbergs G Gc4denbergaVadvertlSemont advertisement Everything re reduced re reduced meduced ¬
duced caracul coats aad a au twttecmilk soap messalines aDd mussed hand handkerchiefs haDdkerchieCs handkerchiefs ¬
kerchiefs ginghams and 1roI l folenme oie as and me married to a man who hasnt a acent acent acent
cent centThat That only a sample Its the same Same story all down Seventh Seventh street streetfrom streettrom streetfrom
from the one mile limit to the big Badwefeer sign on the Avenue and from fromKamis fromKann6 fromKanns
Kamis to the Willard Hotel and then back down F street to Seventh again againEverything againEverything againEverythlng
Everything reduced Things Tb d that I almost bought last week for ten dol dollars dollars dollass ¬
lars are arere arereduced reduced uoed to three thirtythree and a d me with an empty pocketbook
Kings Palace a1aceselling Jaco telling hats which whichlast whichALL whichALL
last week looked uppish at a twenty twentydollar twentyI
ALL TRIM mar I I I mV ItJ i 1 dollar bill but which now droop drooptheir droopL
L JLY1i j their willow plumes in humility over overa overfOtlr
V a four dollar price tag Kanns selling sellinge sellIngHalf
e ery trimmed hat in j the house at ati atJ
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V Half nail J i halfprice and me with nothing but butone butN4t
S 5 V V tone one dingaling one butterfly hat ha and andy an
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y t 10 sa a a Nf JIieoor re Yed user that plumed one that I have worn for forjt forAll fortV
tV V V jt AH ages agesI agesAll agesV
V I All S75Oi 75QG feats te t Woodward Lothrop and the gal galM gal5QQQ PalAU a1 a1deli
deli AU 5QQQ flats la s Is ajgRoyai Royal just givingthings girins things away and andI d dAft
V Aft M 500 hats fafS to me e without tth out a cent Shoes stockings stookingsAll stockingsF
4 I All AI JSoo won hats to te i t
Si lingerie suits > coats Puffs PuffsAH and hats hatst hatsAW
7 F All 2SLOO feats to t
t < AH 1809 18 1lhattoj hat to i all going golngfor for a song and me married marriedAl martJedAlso marrfedA
Al 1 1 to a man manwjthnomu9icjfl withno music in him again galnshe
A Also Is 4 clearing I earing m M s Q t l she sighed sighedAll sigheAlt xH
All at tnucn much JesS J ihl Say inquired Andrew puzzled puzzledare puzzled puzzledare
are you trying to kid me Do Doyou Doyou Doyou
you really V want money Do you need eed all these things these people areselling areselling are sireselling
selling so cheap Ive gota got a few stray dollars that got mixed up with the thebroken thebroken thebroken
broken toothpicks matches and little balls of fuzz in the corner of my mypooketa mypockets mypockets
need can have it it Andrew began to fish fisharound fisharound fisharound
pockets and if you n djoneY money you
around in his pocketsNow pockets JOcketsNow pocketsNow
Now Isnt that just like a man she exclaimed Here I was Just Justhaving justhaving justhaving
having a perfectly beautiful time wanting things I couldnt get and 8i you youspoil youspoil yotjspoil
tobuy them with I dontwant dont dontwant dontwant
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spoil It all by telling me me ne you have the money buy
want to buy them I want wantVto to want them and an know that I I cant t have them themYou themYou 1
You dont know what a pleasure p1886llIea a sorrowful sort of pleasure plee5urea a woman womangets womangets womangets
gets out of wanting things she can not have haveWell haveWeU haveWell V
Well then go right ahead and have a good time honey he exclaimed exclaimedfor exclaimedfotI
fotI for I was blulfing I havent avent the price of one on cake of that caracul carac t soap soapto soapto soapto
to save my neck neckWell neckWall neckWell
Well upon my wordi she exclaimed fma1med Do Do y you mean mean to ten me that thatvou thatyou thatQflV
you QflV have ha been trying to make me pie think I could have any of these nice nicethings nIcethings nicethings
things which are advertised bare In the paper when w n all the time you didnt didntbave didnthave didnthave
have a aV cent ent 0 What would w ti1d 1d have happened if I had decided to get one of ofthem otthem ofthem
them them I want to know Is that your Idea ot affection target meall me al1 worked workedup workedup
up to a point where where I am alit just about V ready dVth to V go gO down town and buy buysomething buYsomething buysothething
something and then tell me you havent any money I must say that thatyou thatyouhare iiatyou iiatyouhave you youhare
hare a distorted sense of humor to trifle with wf mv m feelings f ellJgs In J that sort sortof sortotWaY sortofVwayr
of otWaY way I She Shebeantosniff h3liegan began to sniff arid m aTMwinkbackthetcrs aTMwinkbackthetcrsV wink back the thet tears tearsWell arsel1
Well el1 m swan said sal saldAndrew flndrew Andrew amazed It you have simply made up upyour upyou upyour
your V V mind nd that you are are going to be miserable about ab utsometl nt something ing V I dont dontsuppose dontsuppose dontsuppose
suppose it makes ma much dlffarerwe d 8reke what whaf11ts whatttsVabout Its about but youve youvegot got me faded fadedout fadedout fadedout
out to a ap aVpale pale le cream color colorV colorthere V Thee there dont cry I know OW you you wish wishyou wishyou wishyou
you had married V a millionaire mjllfon I but I always do the th best I can and thats thatsabout thatsabout thatsabout
about any fellows limit V He e went over and k Bsediec Jdssedher JdssedherTbats ltissedherTbats BsediecThats V
Tbats the first time tl youve youveVkissed kissed me mesince since Christmas morning momingshe momingshesobbed she shesobbed shesobbed
sobbed I V V V V VWell
sobbedWell Well we we wAIl soon fix that he exclaimed tIt It t should 1ve ve been beenattended beenattended beenattended
attended to everyhalf every e tY half f hour since sIn e then and thats three days d ys Twentyfourj Twentyfourjhours Twentrfouhours Twentyfounhours
hours to the day and two two kisses to tb th hour Thats Thatarththit > about sixteen hun hundred hun hundredand hundredand
dred dredand and thirty V Im going to start and deliver them all now At thj thjtwentythird thJtwentythird fitstwentythird
twentythird one the wriggled out of his arms arri s and ran ran qutof out f the room roomlaughing roonlau roomlaughing
laughing lau hing He turned to a picture of an old old man mari which hung h g on the wall wallnear wallnear waRnear
near him him and dVsa said V 3randaap aint they funny things thingsGrandpap thingsi thingsiGr thingsV thingsG V V
Grandpap Gr G ridP pt5ti s1 inHe ciH seenied to togr grow W a little lltVUllV lltVUllqFtrica V more quizzical qFtricaV qFtrica4int l but but he
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WilL LOSE PREST PEST1VGE PEST1VGERetirement GE GERetirement
Retirement of Aldrich Ald11chand Ald11chandHale and V andHale V V VHale
Hale Means New Leader Leadership Leadership LeaderV ¬
V ship shipinJSenatg shipinJSenatgONEMAN In inSenste inSensteONEMAN fSenate fSenateONEMAN V V
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ONEMAN POWER POWERWILLBENOAIORE POVERVILL V VV VV VWILL V V
WILLBENOAIORE WILLBENOAIOREGroupIn WILL BE NO MP1 MP1Group j PRE PREGroup
GroupIn Group In lach West Will B BRer BRepi BRepresented
Rer Repi Represented eseated to Assume AssumeControl AS8UmeControL AssumeV
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VJt n SeaetAk 5enai Eugene lit a aan
an and S Sen n 3r tr x IMK W AWrkh bfJt bfJtRhode I Vf t tRtode V
Rhode Island step oat O mC c tile < ke f8BIIt6 f8BIIt6Xarch ssata ssataMarch P PMarch
March 3 a ext aex ext tb titO oowmtBtftr eng 1alllrJ mfin mfinence iIdIuenee UlOnence
ence of Sew Bagfead aM kt Uwst t tr K wffl wfflbe wmbe ffl fflbe
be gone goneIt goneIt goneIt
It Is true that a Now NewSenater gtriml man manSenator manSenator
Senator Wiman W1I p Fry Fryb of MataM wM wMthe wIJIbe wilbe
be the rITdDg ranldn member Gt tile tilethe 3mate 3matethe
the oldest m8lllbha member Ii bi point oC Service ServiceBut lerWiJeBut ervleeBut
But Senator Frye ie getting tar MC along hi hirears IIIyears inyears
years and Is too oU to take the tbepad part partof partofaggressive ef efag e eaggresstye
aggressive ag ressiTe leadership leadershipSenator lead lnaderuhjpSenator Mp MpSenator
Senator CuUoan of o nitaoteT18 illinois 111II v4 be ttifl ttiflSanator UlfteCOn4 ikesecond
second member In point 0 0SeDater o voe and andSenator
Senator GftUlngar of New Iaawabire Iaawabirewill Int Intwill jr jrwill
will be third with Senator Lodge aIie of ofMassachusetts o olIassadusetts ofMassacbuettz
Massachusetts fourth Sewrtcr DOMnK
bana ham of Veruont Dt win not be Mthe far downthe down downthe
the line from Senator Lodge wUII wi JI JIsl ro rosDect
sl to IJ year of oftlte srvlce a ug
the New Kagiaad Senators ab an ABKB next nextto JteXtto nextto
to Senator Lodge Then o of the K lCEnglaDd Mew MewEngland w wEngland
England VV romx comes SeM4 Senator SeMt118M r Bwn Bwnhsm Bmnhoni
hsm of New NewHaiDPllbIre t Kampsntre a aid Id stor storCraDe 8torCrane Iran I or orCrane
Crane of MaseadraeettB MaseadraeettBMast Mas MasssehuetinMast aeh1lRttllM1
Mast t Take Back Seat SeatLookteg SeatLoo SeatLooking
Looking Loo over these men who will winstand willstaDd willstand
stand foremost t among the New Newland E Eland k V Vland
land Seators who will re rppaIa jMbx afterA1drci after afterAldrich afterAldrJdJ
Aldrich aDd Hale are gone t t aeaxveiy aeaxveiyneeds cueelyneeds masuslyneeds
needs to be said tbkt th t H te A far V cry cryfrom cryfrom ciyfront
from the days when g stan ami I rnrir AMdch AMdchHale hHale AidrkhHale
Hale Platt of Connecticut and aIIdIewa Allison AJttsonor
or Iowa ran the Senate and when three tkreeof threeof dweeot
of tbe reigning four our were New X XIaDd Rs g
land mea It te likely to be a GIMan GIManday distanday siant siantday
day when there return to New NewElll NewV Newthe V and TTncJarnTtbe
the Innueace 1I on Senate afialrs beU b bthoee b bthose bythe >
those mea meaWho aaenWho
Who wfll l be the leader of the Seeatewhen sate Seajatewhen satewhen
when Aldrich A goes te a much mooted mootedqaeettoa etedqRe mootedquestion
question tIon Speculation S fc lsts s put the awate awateof ate ateof te teof
of leadership lea ers lp on nearly every eYeIYsItoaWpr Seaatetial Seaatetialshoulder Seanteriolsbouldcr
shoulder Leadership to tbe Senate does doesot tIoesDOt doesnot
DOt ot p Jat < afc atnilutely otately by the score of ofof leasts leastseC gUt gUtfIt
eC aervlce For instance 1a8t Senator Al4rich AW AWricb Alrlrlch
rich is by to V meaas the raaldaf raakii member memberof r ror
of the Seuite though he Is fbofead on onas onas onas
as the leader Senators Hale and Col Collorn CuI10m Culiota
iota both outrank him himi btBLBack bl blBack
i Back to Group Leadership LeadershipThe LeaderaGipTJteproMbilide6
The TJteproMbilide6 V probsbllftlos pat45ft are that the f fwfll Senate StewD1 Senatewilt
wilt go bade to tbe < sort of lead leadthat 1p 1pthat
that obtained before guaatac Sa AMrkrh AMrkrhwas AJlklchwa Ahidctiwas
was so far te the front That natIt is it is isla IsJIkel isIkely
JIkel Ikely W pO go back to the genap 1eeIIer 1eeIIerlit lership
ship la suds t as obtabled te the days ya waenPlatt wllenPlatt when whenPIat
Platt Aldrich IJdriebHaJe Hate and Allison werethe werethe were weretbe
the relgtik relgaVVV VVV g coterie coterieMore coterlaMorn e eMore
More or lees e talk te beard he that If Son SenSea SeDator Sonator
ator L 111 reelected be win be the theSeD theSem
Sea SeD te te leader While It V te j tree that thatSenator thatSenator thatSenator
Senator Lodga will take a most t o ospfcttotfe con eeDJrt conspi000ve
spfcttotfe part pSit t la Senate rinTndfr a 1ie no4 lotu lotuas 1 rIgos ig igas
as he is tethat body there te no Hkeli 1IkeUhood HkeliHood eiI eiIhood
Hood of him him being made the Senate Senatei teDateleader senateleader
i leader Ha Is tockias in that element eientof t tor
1 of personal popularity JM that has eIt8 dune sc scmuch scmuch somuck V
much for Aldrich as leader Nor N is there thereany tMreany thereany
any other man in New Eorfmad who U Ui 18lDg Isgoing
i going olns lDg to be the Senate SeDateSenMor leader leaderSenator leaderSenator
Senator Crane Is another D who bs been beenmentioned eenmentioned beenmentioned
mentioned but t be has no capacity for fortaking fortkiDg V Vtaiting
taking part in the rrfufaandtamWe nfut of offight offight offight
fight on the floor oor and ndVthouk tbou thoutla b be Is Isuse1ll a ausefal V Vusefal
usefal field marshal of Seater atar ter Aldrich Aldrichhe Aldeichhe
he could not get g far when wlM it came toleading to totent to1eadlng
leading the e S Senate He rJways wit be bepotent betent
potent tent In the Senate bat 1Jg be beWest ea Je dIt
Ft It
West Looms Up
The progressive re etve Senators of the Westwill West Westconstttuthur WetltViI
ViI have to be given ceuskioradan in inconsUt1ItlDJ inconstituting
constttuthur any group leadership leadershipis
is likely that In Is Ute next Congress after afterAldrich L afterAldrich er erA1drtcb
Aldrich and Hale co It will be found foundthat f fthat foundthat
that the plans pias of o the Republican site ot otthe otthe o othe
the Eenat are ar framed m 111 > by a achute small smalldrsle SIRlld
chute d le cowistnc oo isttnt of L LocI Ledge > o s Crane War Warren Waren WetTen ¬
ren of V vomtns Panrose Root and sadCaiMnhj andeummtn andCUJlffflfrjlV
CaiMnhj Curds of Kanane will be befreely befnely befreely V
freely consulted CumnHas wilfbe w11l taken tnfcgnInto takenInto takenInto
Into consideratloa eOf1S as the ma m3JL foremost foremostIn
In the ranks ra Ilks of the progresoiveff progresoiveffTidtnr Io pco elllYa pro proTldiD proridtna
Tidtnr < the rerflars lars oontmue to tothe et1D O + IflCO IflCOthe e ethe
the dtepoertion which ie to some EO extent extentin idtCfl idtCflIn eD eDin
in evidence nvtd now of trying to lisa ou oupeaceful oit oitpeacetU1 Ottpeaceful
peaceful terms wtth tbe tberather Inanrosarather Insurgents InsurgentsPlenty
rather uD to make war on them themPlenty th thPlenty
Plenty of talk is now solng the rounds roncasabout nMIDd5about roundsabout
about centering on Cummnis as the theSenate th thSenate theSenate
Senate leader t5 t succeed AJdrich Alth but butleadership butleadereblo
leadership by croup appears a much more morfeprobable niOOprobable
probable The leadership ead eadershi nobt of ofual an aaIalln iajBtrid iajBtridual
Ialln ual In the Senate te a matter of sSMwtn sSMwtnSenator JOW1hSenator ViowthSenator
Senator Aldrich developed into Senate Senateleader Seaa Senaeleader e eleader
leader He was not leader because o the theest therest therest
rest est of tb the Senators looked him f over overnd o overand er erand
and nd thought thou ht bed make a Rood max a to torun torur torum
run things He developed d ° P ° d teto his place placeof placeof
of power StonOarly if any an raaa be becoces becomes becomes
comes the real leader of the e Senate Senateafter SePteafter Senateafter
after Aldrich Is come be will have n re to torlsa torIe torise
sneer V VOf fere fereof ftDrcor
rise to his place throuKn
of capacity to le 1ee1 1ee1Must 4 4Must I IV
V Must Be a IxerSuch Mixer MixerSuch er erSuch
Such a man must be aot ot only a a mae master JDtar maetsr ¬
tar of men a handler of men one who whocan w1aQcan whqcan
can mix wita them aId caa ffda neir tbelrlikins thei theililting neirlildnir
lilting and confidence co but be KM meet ba baof baa bea
a man who has padty clty to tak CIIW CIIWof eareof
of himself on t tcuointed the Aoor atd wile wb 18 i 0 0tu e V Vcuainted
cuointed tu inted with all tile crooks mad Iof Jnras Jnrasof teans teansof V V
of parliamentary stratesyHB strategy He JIeed not nothe BOtbe
be a great eat orator or a great oenmter dserbut oenmterb ctterbut
b but it no leader can set et eJ dOJlg e aacce sfully succemfuIlv ccoaB
1 fully without some capacity for taking takingSenator tkngcar inkingcare
car care of himself in a i kIIIt OIl OIl1h onthe V
1h 1hc the Senator floor floorV Aldrich Is adroit a In everything everythingthat eYW7tIdngthat everythingthat
V that c relates to parliamentary tactics He HeI Hecan Hecan
Tspeak speak forceful if iflale need be StOI StOIHal StorHale
I c can
and andfew andfew
extremely able debater
Hale Hal > Is Isfew an
few men In Congress ss speak nk more morefully force corcethe forcefully
fully than he heNew heNew
New Eng1ands dominating position In hithe J Jthe
the Senate has not been a an unmfccedd unmfcceddvanta unmixed ad advanta advantage
vanta vantage toit to o it While i has enabled New Newlona NewEne13d NewEngland
England to g some legislative legislativesIonr 00ItCe8 00ItCe8slOM
lona it would not have got otherwise otherwiseft
ft it has elped to stir up no small measure measureof meaMtt8of
of Vstllity stUty to New Snglaad In otber otbersections otBersectIons othetsections
sections of the country countryThe comrtrYThe countryThe
The fact New England gIand in the theorner changed changedorder changedorder
order of things will not be so s nwch ma in intho inthe Inthe
the limelight In the Senate will not notnecessarily DOtne notnecessarily
necessarily ne sarUy mean that Its interests i will willnot willnot willnot
not be ade adeqll8t ndeqtely < iuately 1y watched watchedor over It is iseasy iseasy Iseasy
easy to see that In the long mn rn by rea reason reAson roeson ¬
son of stirring less antagonfcBB ft might mightbe
be to Its advantage advan to let other otIMorot sections sectionsof
of the country take their due duethe sbjor In Inthe Inthe
the conduct of ofExSenator things thingsExSenator V VExSenator
ExSenator Chandler ChandlerV r V
75 Years Years Old Old Today TodayI TodayCONCORD
I CONCORD N E Dee 3S 33FlinDer 33FlinDerUnite Fmer FmerUnited F rmer rmerUnited
United State Senator Wffltara E EChandler EChandler EChandler
Chandler cetsbrated c ted his semtyftib semtyftibbirthday sejstyffthbirthday rfth rfthbirthday
birthday anniversary today For ear several eareal ¬
eral years after fter er big retirement r from the theSenate UpSc theSenate
Senate Sc to 1S91 Mr Chmndter T srvpi srv rnd as aspresident aspreeidcnt aspresident
president ftCtbe of f the Soejtteh T Tc o V V V tiirs tiirsCommteslon dzrsCommission Irt IrtComm
Commission Comm ton Recently R eDtlv hp has ra as r rl 3ted Vltedhimself 3tedhimseK ttdhimself
himself wholly to his extsivr xtcr tcn ive law lawpractice Jawractfce lawpractice
practice dividimr his time between betweeAC betweencpncordV
cpncordV C ncord n4 Yi Waahiniton on V VV V
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