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ALCUQUERQUE UORKKG JOUHNAL, WEONESDAY. SEPTEMBER 16, 1914.
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Dr. Wood Hutthlnon ha Jut de fined mine je aa ''an eaally assim ilable ml)-M'hrld of high caloric ef flciency," He might hv ndded "and deadly aa green apple to th lummy f th airiall hoy," THE REM I T IX MAINE. Lr(r etrealAllo laaa anr other ppf la M.iuo. T ohijf ae la afn ery oa In taa ar. UKuit or srvscftiPTinN. Dallf. ar carrier ee mail, ana month. NOT ICS) TO) CUB HIBKHS. ufcantllora la tb J..urnl. ba wrlllaf ta hate ihatr aar chaiS la a ar ad Sraat Mut fee. aura la la th el ad'lrru. "Ttta Mralna Journal kas aihr eirca latins railaa Ikaa ta aoeuioxl l er other atlwr la Nor Metlav." Tka Awarlcaa Naatpaua tttraetnrr. WEDNESDAY. fcSEPTKMUKK. II. I14 mk. n.v wou.n mmii.it mi z. t.u: the inim The first gun in Ilia campaign wai fired In Alain, and the detnocr' cured hullsey. The Main yan Iter have endorsed th policy of "n.itrhful waiting," aa It will l en dorsed by large majority at 111 country In November. In New Memo, all that I neces sary I to gel th vote nut. "Tali Tarlk or die," wai th or. der if the kaiavr. A lot of them have died, hut Turin I riot taken. Who will rare for the orphan and w. dowa Tin: NT.w aixiaxt: Htut Chairman Itklph C. I'.ty l lUold In Katila F a aaylng regard ing th enpoiiur of H. '. llernan Oeg: '! am aallified. however, thot they are mitllclou and defamalory. I uped Mr.-Ilernandet to arrive hr tonight. 1 hllev h will Imme diately take klep in the court to Vrnttct illivelf again"! awwiulla of thl character." H doe hoi ny they ar untrue. Mr. Kly poaea a a purlut in poll tic. He hint profeaed great Indig nation at th phuily rtielhod follow d in the pa at hy th leader of th republican party. II md a fw pcha In lll, hut let It h known that h wa kpenklng for reputillrnn prinriplt. n-t a word for Holm (. Itortum.' the candidate for governor. Now a to llornande. Mr. Ely know that th report of th travel ing auditor, a quoted hy tha Jour nal, Ik on fit In th atat capitol. He knowa th fuel know thxt Hi Journal did not vnry from Hi truth In any partlcttlur. II knowt lhat It wa h who b- Recording to raporta from Italy, her futur Inttreata li with (Irent llrltuln, France and KuMia. Her a t titud lirok In piece tha triple nl llanc when h fcfuw-d to Join ler ruuny and Auntrln In the precipitation of a world war. Th convention lgnd In Ixndon ly Mir Kdward drey and the am bun aadoraiif lineal a and Franca truita forma tha entente into a new triple alliance, offenalv nd dt'fenlv, nd Igtilflca that th three powera will proaccut th war In unlaon and to' a flnlnh. Thla new triple alliance riot an affair of paper and aid nature, but on orgitnliuition cemented ly iiloodahed and annealed hy cannon troke. Kngland purttcipntion In auch a pact, or Inatlgatlon of It, reaulta from conviction that a continent dominat ed ly 'Cerntany would h a gri-atcr danger to Im r than a continent doml nnted ly Itunala. A Ocrtniinlred con tlnent would mean a new Home r aolved to (IcKiroy th modern Carth age, to reduce th flritinh Ilc to d. pendenclea. Where", MuNCOVll continent would not develop any auch hoetlllty for a liuir century or more. If at all. 8uch may he taken to l the ound or mlatiiken motive of Oreat Hrltalti, Th other Important feature of the new agreement I that the will of th moat enduring and Implacable power of th three, will prevail to continue now tiring Life 'and Labors of tbe Bee (PaaMge From Vergil. TranaUled by Georgia Willi Read.) B' EHOLU, I will now dettribe the natural trait U hli h Jupiter hlmaelf ha given to the bee a a reward Kor their harmonlou humtnlng Uhen they fed the king of the aky In the iJlitean cave. They alone have a common offaprlng, a common building of tne city, And epend their live under powerful lawa. They alone know their country and their act tied home: Mindful of the coming winter, they endure toll In u miner, And put aalde for the common advantage what they have gained. Home direct their attention toward the provlaion. And by agreement labor In the field; Other within the home 'place the nectar of narcimiui And the atlcky aap from bark for tha foundation of the comb. And thence draw downward the tenacloua wuu; Other ruie to maturity th young, the hope of the race; Other ripen the honey, and till the eel la with nectar; To Dome hn fallen by lot the guardlanchlp at the gate. . . , The work aeethe, and the aweet -smelling honey I fragrant with thym. . . . An Inborn love of hrvetlnr urge on the Ceropiun bee, Kach In hi own function. ... There la on time of toil, one rent from work, for all. In the morning they ruah out from the gate; there i no delay; Again when evening ha warned them to ca Krom feeding In th Held, they aeek their dwelling, They refreah themelve; a humming aotini rlecn, They aing about the entrance and the threxrwld. . . . Nor do they retire very for from the hive when rain threaten. Nor truat to the ky when the at wind begin to blow, Kut gll u round under the wall of the city, They aafcly fetch water and venture upon hort expedition. You will wonder Indeed at thla ruatom of the beea, That they do not Idly relax their hodie In love. Or bring forth offaprlng with labor; Inxlcad they gatherer their on from the leave and the fragrant herb. They themeelve aupply a king and little aubjecta , . And rctaihion their palace and waxen realm, often, too, in wandering over the rough, flinty rock They have worn awy their wing, And voluntarily given up their live under their burden. Hiici I their love of flower and their glory In making honey! Therefor, though the limit of brief life overtake them, Yet the race remain Immortal, And the fortune of th horn endure through hmnv year. . . . Furthermore, not Kgypt. nor grent I.ydlu. nor the people of th f'urthlnn, Nor even the Median Hydnkpen, o honor their king. While he la unhurmed, all ore of one mind; If he I loat, they hrek their faith. ... They eurround him with Inceaaant humming, and attend him In great number, and expo their bodiea In war, peeking a heautirui death through their wound. van In talk lit tne allletinifl record ar, vuuwiu pno Jauffcred b.v Germany J gupplanted ; . . . . . I " vn ioiiea. nun ffi iruei iii-iu nun. ai wnn Ileraandeg had made in every jioel- Ely who waa urging that record a ieAon why llernandcg ahould b elected t rcprenetit the people of New Mexico In congrea. II further more know that It I not only lgal, even under th New Mexico libel law, to tell th rcord of candidal) for office, but a public duty. Mr. Kly linked th public to Judge Mr. Hernande by hi record; but he did not make known that record to the public. We did. He did not deny the record, but attack the Journal fur printing It. The Journal I not o candidate for office. Mr. My himaelf It ambition for public preferment. He would like to be governor, or United fllate aenator, or a member of eoiigre. Vet at th very outet of hi public career, he aerve notice on th newspaper men of New Mexico that h believe In niuxillng the freedom of the prraatn tuch an extent that It would not be permitted to print vitrified atprlea, khowing candidate' unfitncH for the office aought. 1 t'nder Mr. Ely' construction of the libel law, the newapaper of Kentucky would not have dared print the fact that Senator I'aynter, while a mem ber of the Lortrner InvetitlKating committee, wa at th gam time heavily Indebted to Eorimer' bank, lint the Kentucky newapaper did print th charge, auboeqtiently vert ed by a federal Inveallgntion, and Peynter wa retired to private life by an ovet whelming public eentl menl. The newspaper men of the mate, without exception an fur a we know, favor modification of tha New Mex ico libel luw. Hut Mr. Ely come out ao.urly In favor of on extension of It n a to make It more rigid here than In any country the world even In Russia. ' According to Mr. Ely a man may be a Incompetent or a dlxhonet aa he like n a public office, and he would have th law, when that man at-eka another public office, protect him from, the publication of hi rec. ord. The Journal appeal to every news paper In the atite 'to observe thl at t Hilda of the republican etale chair man regarding the freedom of the pre. Nothing like it ever ha been kukNealed tefore in ooy atale in the uhlntt mnce the very rllet day of the republic when. tha right of free pcn a 04 a fie prtea, aa guuian- While It now cem Impoaalble that the Oermun ehotild aucceed, but, If by any turn cf cventa, France ahould b rontpiered to the Ijrenee. he would not nmke peaca until HiwhIh, cotiaent. Hhould Hula be forced buck to Muacow, ha ennnot make peai'e unle Englund ronient. While Englund cannot be beaien in Poland, Rula cannot be beaten In France. Tha glllance, therefore, will be' governed by It etronget de termination, whether It be Ituiwla or England', either or both. Meantime, It appear that Turkey ha bad a aeeuml thvualu, and will not enter actively Into tha truggle h the ally of tha German, to do which would at once plat at htr thronf the combined power of the liitlkan tte and probably Italy. it looks now If It I to be Ger many and AuBlrla figainit the power of the Itrltla.il empire, nuaala, Frunce, rielglum, Jupun, Scnia and Montene gto, There cun be but one end to It. and now It look a though that end I not far off. did not want n native cundldut. In the field for the acnatornhlp in lilt. The republican voter of New Mex ico have the opportunity thl year to break the backbone of th old mn chln headed by C'utron. Two year from . now , there cun be a complete overhauling of the party machinery, with the nomination of men for of fice who huve no need either to -plain or defend the record they have itiiiile In public or private life. The party then will be able to go before the people on national laeuea with reasonable naaurunce of auccc at the poll. Let it be borne In mind that clean county and etnte government la of far more Importance to the people of New Mexico than any tariff low ran be. , The Toledo Dlade, when angry with a contemporary, tell It to go to war, am) the other. Undemanding Hher man' definition, la Indignant. Modern bullet are ndvertlned r making a "clean, neat puncture" through a man. Hut who want a clean, neat, punctureT Princeton when he w fighting to make tbe college o genuine democra cy; he would not be vwerved from bl Mexican policy, though there were time when It waa almoin universally condemned; and to nty.thea, thing la to any that he ha wonderfully good eye and can ce ahead Into the dark riKM a good deal further than the ro" of u. IK)! NOT END WAIL (Philadelphia Ledger.) Capturing: Brumtela doe not end the war In Belgium. Taking Pari would not mean a final German triumph in France. If the Russian take Berlin, that wilt not Imply the ultimate de feat of the kaiser. Twice the United Stale has loat It capital, to a foreign foe, but neither time did it produce much effect upon the war. The first time waa exactly 137 year ago, when iHowe'a redcoat wept Into Philadelphia after the bat tle of firandywine. The other occ asion wa 100 year ago, August 24, when another Rritlah army seized and burned Washington. What Howe needed to end the war in ITT 7 waa not Philadelphia, but Washlngton'a army, and that he didn't get. A country'a urmy ia worth a dozen capital. The British captured America' three largest cities. Hoston, New York and Philadelphia, but that availed them little in the long run. Ko tiow the kaiser is trying to crush Joffre' army, not hi capital. ttlljlHjliu A WESTEllN tit MM Ell CAPITOU int. Loui Republic.) The death of Mr. Wilson and the burden thrown upon the president by reason of tha European war prevented the laying of the cornerstone for the new "gumnier capitol" to be located on Mount Falcon, fifteen mile euet of Denver. The ceremonie had been et for August 17, but were postponed. The plan for a western "ummer capllol" wn launched several yeara ago by John Brisben Walker, who ha given the site. The foundation for a great structure of gray granite have been luid. The governor of twenty two western state have agreed to act as official sponsor of the plan and to hold the "capitol" in truat for the president of the I'nited States. I , . Mount Falcon I not, of course, one " . , . , , of the high peaks of the Rockies, but grange as It may appfar-l to look 7? MOREYS Solitam Peanut Butter 3 Big Spanish Peanuts, crushed to a creamy con sistency and piquantly sea soned, make this nourishing peanut butter. Children love itit's good and good for them. "The Best the Grocet- Can Deliver." lltrt art a t m mtmbtn o Iht Solitaire amity: Cofftt, Tea, Sptcrt. Flavoring Extracts, Cutsup. HalsinS. Ktct. Sea Fundi. Gmre Juice, Olive OH, Maple Stivp. etc., and all varieties of canned v Jruiti and vegetables. THE MOREY MERCANTILE CO. DENVER about a visit to the ship and the ac ceptance of a luncheon tendered her. U'liun .a...- .. t. . , , ... 1 .... .. V. - o V. I . . .he looked UD at the Star, and Htrlpes I Mount Evans. H.320 feet towers near j"' Pl'- until you have acquired the and aald: jit. Pike'a peak looms up aevtnty-flva "I wish to salute your flag." miles to the soulh and from the tr- Ho, standing on the gangway, sheiruces, window and drive around the sang "The Klar Spangled Manner." Si-j "summer capitol' the main range of lently from all over the ship menthe Rookies notches the western hort gathered with uncovered heads, until son line end seventy lakes dot the the ship's family wa all assembled on plains around. Denver Is a mile above deck. Nor were they her only audi- sen level and Mount Falcon looks ence. for borne upon the still air her down upon Denver, song had been heard by many other The west has raised the 1250,000 vessels neurb.v, and when the won-(needed for the buildings and the drous voice ceased steamers blew giounds, through popular aubscrlp- from all side, filling the harbor with line gray granite "capitol building," J their tribute of applause for the be-1 while the remainder will be used In loved artist and of loyal reverence for the flag; she had so beautifully saluted. power of seeing them If you look at several thousnnd good pictures every year, and form some sort of practical Judgment about every one of tti'in were it only that it Is not worth troubling over then at the end of five years or so you will, if you have a wise eye, be able to see what t actually in a picture, and riot what you think It Is. Similarly, If you lis ten critically to music every day for a number of years, you will. If you have a wise ear, acquire the power of hearing music. And so-on with all the arts. When we come to humanity, it is still the same; only by Intercourse We should hurry and get our sup plies from the west coast of South America before the Panama canal freeze up. Th Baltimore Pun say, "Clvlllga Hon 1 on trial." We thought It had been already convicted. "Austrian flee from Cossacks," reads a headline. That Is what most of us would do. Fortunately we are o located that It Is not necessary to change our flu blfl American name of citle to Osh klshkovlteh or Kokomostky. THK OITIC'S KXri.ANATION. The Ms Vegas Optic explains It thus; ' "In the office of the treasurer of Rio Arriba county a mistake In book keeping wa made by one of tbe dep. talcs. When it wu discovered by Mr. llernunde h ftidcred It corrected." According U the official report, the mistake made reluted chiefly to th unpuid tax of th Amador Mer cantile cowipuny, of which Mr. Her- nnndvg was one of the owners, and in the unpaid luxe of Mr. Ilernan- dex' mother, Also, Mr. Ilernandcg explained It In a different wuy. He laid no blame on a deputy, tie sum ne nun iiiarscu the tine "paid" and Intended to make the sums good out of hi com missions, and forgot to do so. The deficit were not discovered b.v Mr. Herutuidea, but by tha traveling auditor some month after Mr. Her nandex went out of office. It was the travelljig auditor who ordered the "error" corrected, not Mr. Her ntvndex Th Intent of Mr. llernandex 1 known only to himself. Let us con cede that It was not hi intention to be dishonest. The fact remain that he was Incompetent to fill th office of treasurer, and Is therefor incom petent, aa we have contended from the beginning, of representing New Mexico at the national capital with credit. He ha no right to aspire to the position. Wound up with the candidacy of Mr. Jlcrnundef I the candidacy of Senator Catron lo ilcceed himself two yeara from' now. He forced the nomination of Marnandet btcau he 1Ki7o Scissors and Paste IXTF.RX T10.VL REGRETS. Greatly to my regret. . . Fran cl Joseph. ' In spite of ;our Intense desire for friendly relations. . . Peter. In the midst of perfect peace, the enemy surprise us. . , . Forward with Cod . .. . William. Little as we Incline to do so, we are forced . . George. Strong In our ardent desire of arriv ing at a peaceful solution . . . -Polncore. Our menaced nation shudder and Its children have bounded to the flontler . . . Albert. It Is with profound regret that we, in spite of our ardent devotion to the cause of peace, are thus (with men and women can we learn i anything about it. This involves on creating a aerie of magnificent ap proaches. Forty miles of automobile nignways win oe uecewwiy iu c.uu- . ,.,,... ,if r(mlml,11,,.p nnp: llsh transportation facilities to Den- for un18H you d(J gometnllltt. )n th(! ''" j world you can have no real business to The western states point out that tram,not with men. and uneHg you Mount Falcon lies "almost exuetly In ,()V und are ,0V(,d y()U can nuve n the geogrophiiul tenter of the nation jn,imute relation with them. And west of the Mississippi river." They yo mU8t transact business, dis ptopose to give the president a sum-jruj,,, religion, give ond receive n.er home in the west where his work . (uve Bnil friendship with all sorts of may be done comfortably and where jppople before you can acquire the he can be In touch with western men Lensc of humanity. If you are to ac and western Ideas. quire the sense sufficiently to be a philosopher, you must do nil these PIUYIXU FOR PEACE- Ithinns unconditionally. (New York Evening Post.) j Th president's proclamation desig- nuting the first Sunday of next month j as a day of prayer for peuce is couched In language worthy of the awful occusion which brings it forth. tato side; and so It came about that every Sunday the hosts got all the meat, while the guests got the pota toes only. "At last Tom said to Fnm one Sun day morning: " 'Look here, Sam, no matter what I say to you at dinner today, don't take offense, will you?' " 'No, Tom; of course not." "Well, dinner time came; the pie. steaming hot, was set as usual on the table; the wily host and hostess took their places on the steak side, and the hungry bourders fell as usual into chairs opposite the potatoes. "Hut then, Just as the boarding; mis tress was about to thrust curving knife and fork Into the crisp crust, Torn struck the tubio a thunderiiiK blow with his fist, glared ferociously at Sam, and roared: 'Look-a-here, Sam, f ew you dare speak to me aa you done this mornin' while I was talking to a young I iuuy, i ii Bcrew your necK rouna, uy icrlnus, the same as I'm scrcwln" round this blasted pie.' " LENGTH OF WAIL (New York Evening Poet.) In :,o respect does the present inva slon of France by Germany differ I slight premises, more strikingly from that of the Molt- scftoolboy. compelled, i Rest of all, it la wholly free from any ke-Risninrck era than in the view re- "A schoolboy A Roy's Pockets, "Germany," said General L. C. Wil liamson at a receptiun hi White Sul phur Springs "Germany thought that, because France und EiiKbind und Rus sia bad certain internal dissensions, they'd be unable to get together ond flKht her. Germany built too high on too She was like the was displaying, one Weekly. -Emperor of Japan. Harper's AN OBJECT IJ-HNOX. (John Kendrick Bungs.) When I've a grouch It help me much With Kutydlds to get in touch, Disputing all the long night through Wbut K.ty did or didn't do, And find how futile are the fruits Ol all contentions and dispute Where nothing really worth the men tion Lies at (he buse of the contention. Will-: JEXNY LIM 8ALI TK1). There is a pretty story told of the honor Jenny Und onee paid to the American flag. It wa when she was In' .New York, more than sixty year ago. The frigate St. Lawrence had just returned from a cruise, and the midshipmen went to hear th Swed ish nlKhtlitgale sing at Castle Gordon theater, and the next day they called on her in a body Their enthusiasm and her graclousness soon brought 1 THE PItKSIDENT. (Dallas, Tox., News.) Tuke your hat off to President Woodrow Wilson, the brainiest mon In public life In the United State. We trust him implicitly and we believe that he will be able to keep thl old country of our In the straight and narrow path and avoid any complica tions whatever In the present crisis. Osone (Texas) Stockman. And every thinking man In this country will follow your example, und take oft his hat to the president, for he Instinctively realixes that the pres ident is a premier example of the su premacy of Intellect. A nuin of small ability may slide along In public, life and do very well when there are no great crises to be met, but when the fierce storms of war and earth chang es beat about him be will show us what he really Is In a very few minutes. The fact Is there Is no substitute fof brains. A pleasant manner I not a substitute; a bluffing manner is not a substitute. As Ellla Parker Butler would say, "Brains is brains.'' And Mr. Wilson Is eminently brainy. But he is more than that; he la a man with a clear vision and a fine heart. He would not be turned aside at WAR ZONE GEOGRAPHY Data Issued by tbe National Geogradilo Society, Washington. tutnt or rnurisaic compuiceniy. nine ;gunnnj( iiruouuie uiymion oi me war, oy one, tne treasures contained In his It not the slightest implication or sug- jtaken at the present Juncture of the jtrouscr pockets. geslion that our own country, inw oniy urmmn cuininugn, anu me view ias.cn ahu whs, ne said, this here Is one of the great nations of the west ern world that ia free from tbe scourge of war, owes its exemption to superior virtue on the purt of our people, or even to the merits of our republican institution. To what ex tent we are Indebted for our happier suite to the possession of advantages of situation, of resources and of the at the similar juncture in the cant-ia wusher for makin' motorcars.' palgn of 18T0. The surrender of Sedan j , merely added convincing force to- the! belief, which had been growing among' neutral observer since the first Prus sian victories, that the end of the war' was near at hund. Today, with Paris j again preparing for siege, and with j RED, SCALY SKIIi Cured by our Saxo Salve A Hierhland, N. Y.. Woman writes: Since 1901 1 suffered from eczema and th German armies gradually at) opportunities lor development wan m - -r " - my gkin wa8 very tender, red and scaly, our own borders, no one cun suy with jSont.e oi sutn preaiition. Among in- . , . j' ,,. ... ' . . ... ! terniittiinn bunk n,r honsen k.o. I ?"u Vura ,mu " reilcl Until X usee comiuence; tnui nicy are u. laciur oi i - dispassionate watcners or such a situ ation a strong consensu of opinion seems to exist that the German vlc- the first importance in the case is, however, obvious. But, be all these ihln.. ., a tli.u mnv IhprA li in nor own country as well as in any other, o'1 re Insuring;, not the early re the age-old conflict between lhe turn of peiiw but pro oniiaiio,, f the promptings of militant ambition and ! war' , 1 ' ' " a,'t.lon hHS the counsels of peaceful aspiration; j l'. ? r -"nt.nuance . . , . .T . of the war demand than was at and it should never be forgotten that, j ar,,k.lpated. We nnve ,.,." in our own country as well as In any , OI)n)n-expressed perhaps other, the issue of war or peace "! mwt o( oun)mionPor used Saxo Salve. It worked lika marie, in less than a Veek the scales were gone and now the skin is healed and smooth, thanks to Saxo Salve." If we can't cure your sktn troubla with our Saxo Salve and Suxo Soap w will buy back the empty tube. Butt's, Incorporated, Albuqoerq, ew Mexico. In an essentiul degree on the balance i of the intellectual and spiritual forces j that promote these opposing tenden-1 clest Mr. Wilson's designation of a j day of prayer for peace may result In j centering the attention, not only of j our own people but of the nations of! Europe, upon the great strength ervation In the private comment of military und diplomatic experts. The Storytellers Tlio Dyspeptic. John D. Rockefeller, a wreck twen- among us of the sentinicnt in favor of ,ty years ago. is today, the strongest such a settlement of the mighty con- j heulthlest man of his ags, perhaps, in met us wilt leave an me nuiions con- America. cerned inclined pence. towards a lusting ARLON A small city in the cs i' r.iiu i. .7Vi4.M;, 'tut he treme southeast corner oi Helgltmi, -continued up the east bunk of the with u population of upwards of 10, 000. It Is the chief town of ltclglan Luxembourg n l I only ten mile north jof the French town of Longwy. It dates back to th time of the Ro mans and some of the ancient walls continued to the time of Louts XIV. lis situation Is on a hill 1,200 feet above sea level and being an import ant strategic position It lis a history of several seisure by tha French, no tably in 1 47 and 1651. Twenty mile to the northwest la the town of Nou fehteau, said to be the resting point of the left flank of the army invad ing Helglum, OTTlNGNIES A 'town In central Relglum about two miles up the Dyie river from Wavre, which ia nine mile east of Waterloo, It is famous for It flower and vegetable gurdens, which aupply many nearby Import ant cities. It waa near here that the French general. Grouchy, fought the Dyle .where he encountered a Prus sian tone of 16,000 men which pre vented his passage until too lute to help his chief at Waterloo. When he heard the news of Waterloo he re treated to France via Nanatr, slip ping past Rlucher. LIERRE A Pclglan town of about 25,000 popuiuliun. situated on the river Nuthe. about nine miles south east of Antwerp and right miles northeast of Muline. Its principal in dustry Is the manufacture of silks. The Little Net he river flows Into the Nettie and a fort guards tha south bank of the lutter. covering also the railroad coming from Aerschot, fif teen miles to the southeast. HER ENTH ALS A town of 10.. 000 inhabitants in northern Belgium at the crossing of railroad leading from Antwerp to Gheel, Turnhout to BERNARD SHAWM PHILOSOPHER. Congratulated on this miraculous change, Mr. Rockefeller said on the Pocuntico Hills links to a reporter:-. '1 cured myself, young man. as I (G. B. Shaw, in Saturday Review.) uttnck'ed the oil business with hard To make my readers realize wha,t a philosopher Is. I cun only say that I urn a philosopher. If you ask incred ulously, "How then, nre your articles so Interesting?" 1 reply that there is nothing so interesting as philosophy, provided its muterials are not spur ious. For instance, take my own ma terluls humanity and the fine arts. Any studious, timorously ambitious bookworm can run away from the world with u few shelves full of his tory, essays, descriptions and criti cisms; nnd, having pieced an Illusory humanity and art out of the effects produced by his library on hi Imagi nation, build some silly systematica. tlon of bis worthless ideas over the abyss of his own nescience. Such a philosopher is u dull and dry as you plesse; It la he who brings his profes- work, with perseverance. Most suf ferers, you know, are like Smythe. i "Smyth, the multimillionaire, said ! with u sigh at the midnight supper! hour in a Fifth avenue restaurant: j " 'When I was young I could eat anything and could afford nothing, j Now I can afford anything and can eat nothing. Heigh, ho! llrlng me, waiter, a grilled lobster, a Welsh rare-! bit, und u piece of hot mince pie.' " ' H I ! I i The more critic. your taste the more you'll appreciate dmaysTea " di The Pie. "War," said Major Jansen, "war is like the steak and potato pie." "The steak and potato pie?" mur mured a mystified ludy. "War," said Major Jansen, "goes r.n for awhile all in one party's fa vor; then comes a stroke of brilliant strategy, ana tne tomes are tnrm.,1 sion into disrepute, especially when jThus, I repeat, war resembles the steak he talks much about art, and so per- land potato pie which furnished the action of Wavre while Napoleon was i Aerschot and Lierre to Macseyck. at Waterloo. Hi generals had urged Textile in important Quantities are llitm to rnov hi troaps in the Airtc-j mad here. sondes people to read him. Witoout having looked at more than fifty pic tures in his life, or made up his mind on the smallest point about one of the fifty, he will audaciously take it upon himself to explain the development of palutlng from Zeuxis and Apelles to Rnphac; and Michael Angelo. HtHt Ui fishl way to go to work- Sunday dinner of two brother boarderj in Tioga. ' "The two brothers, Tom and Sam, ' boarded with a mean-inlnded couple I who made their steak and potato pie with all the steak on one side and the' pntstaes ail onjhe other. This couple I sat, of course, on the steak side of I the table; the brothers sat on th po- THE most brilliant writers in America the artists whose cartoons and "comics" make the nation laugh are working exclusively for . America's Cleverest Weekly Everybody Loves Puck Just for Fun For 40 years this paper has retained its position as the best all-'round humorous periodical in the country. It is better now than at any time in its career. 10 cents a copy