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THE MORNING JOURNAL COURIER, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 5, 1908. Suffer Headache back 'pains, dizziness, languor; or fool listless, dull and tasEca, special caro should bo taken to maintain tho feneral health, and to assist Nature through tho time of unusual demand. As a woman's remedy, BEECM1 have held first place for nearly sixty years. They bring new life to the system nnd supply neces sary aid when It is most needed. ' Boecham's Tills impart nerve force, act gently on the bowels, regulate the bile, Improve the blood, create appetite and promote digestion. Their tonic properties relieve weakness and quickly Renew Health and Spirits PRAGMATISM HERE This New Movement Is in the Air, But It Is Not Easy to Define. Sold EmrywWo. In boites 10c. nd 25c. PROF. JAMES' DEFINITION Your Trup Prn&mutlKt, Is an Jnrilft'cr. cut LalltiKlliHirlHn lti Ills VI(WH. A Rare Treat for Your Sunday Dessert BE SURE TO ORDER. Maple Pecan Ice Cream with tfreah. nut meats, and Tutti Trutti. The two mixed as we make it is a rare treat. 60 cent3 the quart. Pragmatism In In the air. The mag azines glvo the new movement a prom inent place, It Is discussed on moun tain and ot th? seashore as If It were some portentous event like the arrival within our atmosphere of a threaten ing comet or a freshly hatched re ligion, eays the New York Sun. Per haps some (lay It may become a re ligion. The attractive lectures of Prof. William James, the growing In terest In the writing of Nietzsche, the books of powey and Schiller particu larly the latter thinker's "Humanism" all point to stntes of feeling on Ihe part of our rending public which be token the advent of something novel and of genuine Import. And It Is true that pragmatism offers to the specu lative mind plenty of problems. Its ug ly title, with Its connotations of self conrelt, meddlesomeness and bump tiousness, Is misleading. Prof. James wittily calls It an old thing with a new name; In a phra'e, new wine In old bottles. But, your true pragmatlst Is the reverse of the dic tionary definition. He Is as Indifferent as the ocean In his views of the uul verse; a latftudlnarlan. compared with whom that rapidly vanishing Individ ual, the agnostic Is a mugwump. Th" agnostic hopelessly dropped bis hau ls before the riddles of life, but the prag matlst does not Indulge In such use less gesture T.Ike Peer tlynt, he "goes 8roimd"; evades the ral hard and fast Issues. He knows his theory to be gonil watting ground, and from It h proeras tlnatlnglv surveys the cosmos with gentle curiosity. He Is nothing If not tolerant, all things to all men and all faiths. He Is ton sweet to re tru. To the anxious Interrogator of splritusl uncertainties h says: "Walt! TVe are on the wide stream of consciousness What may now seem to you Inoxpiic- Orders taken up to 10 o'clock and 11 o'clock Sunday morning. Makers of Peerless Frozen Desserts. Hatois'Hartgo. IS IT ENJOYABLE ? 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"Pee," says the pragmatlst, "snrh la truth. A chame leon. Ever changing:. My truth may tvii ba your truth. Aa thera are so many humans on the globe so are there as many trutha," Comforted, the anxloua one may go on dry land to rob, kill or outrage If hla conscience aaya him yea. But he la then an extreme case, Ho hits criminal Instincts. With such rude souls Prof, James does not" deal. Why should he But It may be pragmatism In the end. "The true, to put It very briefly," James says In his first )e: ture, "Is only tha expedient In our way of thinking, Just as the right la only having." That la, a truth la Justified If Its consequences are useful to you. In a certain sense we are all pragniatlsts, Jusi as M. Jourdnln spoke prose for a long time without knowing It. The nov elty of the Idea dales hack to the hills, before 1'mtagoras had discovered that man Is the measure of all things. Trof. Janica mentions Aristotle aa an early pragmatlst, but does not speak of Thomas of Aquinas, though the angeli cal doctor "humanized" Aristotle for the Christian World. Old Terence has been pressed Into service with his Homo sum, humanl nihil a me nllum puto." Wasn't St.. Paul pragmatic when he spoke of faith and good works? lragmatlc la to be practical Its Oreek root so signifies. What of (loathe nnd his question: "What Is the value of this to me now?" Pure pragmatism. And Renan with bis fascinating Pyr rhonism, with his theory of a world ever In process of creation, or re-cr?-at Ion fieri is his precise world! And our egotistic friend, Max Ptlrner, an extreme Hegelian, whose motto Is: "My truth Is the truth." Are not an political opportunists pragmatists? Pope Pius XX was a pragmatlst when he denounced "modernism," and Prof, Jamrs would be the firm to acknowl edge him as auch, for modem thought, modern science, are repugnant to the Holy Father; they are not "practical" truths for htm - knowing as h does the ever changing "truths" of science (compare, for example, the evolution of Lamarck and parwln with Ihe evolu tionary thorie, the Traosformlsm of Qulnton. today Prof James declares that Ood is rot a "gentleman." VllH?rs de l'lsln Adam proves him a pragma list In h's ironical "Trlbnlat Ponhomet." God asks of Ronbomef, "Quand Jetter e7.vons le masque?" "Mais apres vouii, tigtietir!" responds Ronhomct. WK.uruv cTons. Good p7fvl Fortunes V.arnrl Vspertnl ly by tbe American Str. An English publication recently compiled a table showing tb'cajh values of recently dead stage relebrl tl". The name of Plr Henry Irving was the mot notable In the list. He was credited as possessing at tbe time of his death properties representing a ra.h value of t'l.noo, yet Richard Mansfield, Whose position here was similar to that of Irving abroad, died worth J2nft,00(. Plr Augustus Harris diei at the age of fnrtv-fonr, worth a trifle over liaft.Onn. At the present dy Reginald DeKovn owns real es tTe In New York to the value nf $'aft.n.oa, nnd that represents but a portion of bis wealth Mention is al so made of the fortunes of actors now prominent on the Iondon stage. Pir Charles Wyndham, V,. P Wlllsrd, rWrhohm Tree and Plr John Hare rank forfemost In the grouping. The highest amount supposed to be posses sed bv any one of these actors Is f 250.000. There are at least a score of well known American actors, among whom are William Gillette, William H Crane, Frank Panlels. Henry Miller. Fields, Joe Weber and others, who are each worth over a quarter of a million dollars. Iew Fields ha. that much money Invested In Harlem alone. In the same artlfle mention Is made of Mrs. l.mgtry and Mrs Patrick Camiiheil, Sarah Bernhardt, Lena Ashwell and Kllen Terrv as the wealthiest .if w men stars They are supposed to possess sums varying from JIU.OOn to $100,000, The largest saving , credited to Mrs T.angtry. who scarcely ran be termed an Eng lishwoman The American stage with Majilne Elliott and Maude Adams, lias twoj actrotj who are worth double the latter amount May Irwin has over a million. Ida Conqueet has in vest merits in mining shares and Img Island real estate amounting to over $7n,0n0. Kyrle Hellew. Oscar Ascho. H, B rrvlnr and Loiils Calvert are considered wealthy by their English admirers, but John Drew, for In stance, probably has at his command, twice n much money as any of the four leading men mentioned in the English Journal. H. B. Irving Is e. peclnlly commended for the posses sion of $25,000, Walter Hale, a Chi cago boy, already has invested that sum In suburban property. Dozens of other well known artists who have sums ranging from $25,000 to $1 00,000 could be mentioned, and the faef that so many of the theatrical profession are well endowed with this world's riches goes a long way toward refut ing the oft-heard assertion that the people of the ftnge are Improvident and lacking In thrift. Mrs MASON'S 15 Enflltsb HAIR TONIC Used by the leading society women of New York, London, and Pari, among whom are the Duchens of Marlborough, Lady Lillian Churchill, Mme. Melba, Mrs. Terry Belmont, Mrs. Levi P. Morton, Comtesse-de Pourtales, and many others. Mrs. Mason's Old English H-!' Tome j l.. Pnwdar constitute ft pnu "CI wh,"T - " , .11. Complete Treatment for the Hwr, which will Bur lv iton its coming out and make it grow lunuriant, wavy and curly. For 8slo t Drug nd Deportment Qioces. ,, THEPAXT0NT01LE1C0.,B0ST0N NOW DOWN AND OUT Composer of "Goo-Goo Eyes" and Others Now in Detroit. ENTERTAINMENTS. HYPERION THEATER IS PLAYING IN SALOONS Hopes to Get Buck to New lurk and Start Anew, IIo Hnys. frisky as a colt and hit a 2:40 clip. As the feed bag was put on his head ho whirled around and scattered the oats on the ground. The chickens came a-ninnlng again, and mighty soon its pretty a cockfight was on as has been seen in Slnga't for many a day. Then Flnlay understood that to keep a horse cheerful and spry you must not deprive him of hla fa vorite diversion. New York World. PERSONAL NOTES One Night, Friday, September 11, TnR finciE rnonrcriox company trfsents RA YMOND HITCHCOCK IS TIIK KALEIDOSCOPE! MIWIO PLAY, "IHE MERRY-GO-ROUND" Air, and Airs. harles Kimbetjly of West t 'ha pel street, accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. Charles A. I'orter of Rrooklyn. returned on Wednesday from a i ck's automobile trip Ibroucii the New England states. Mr. and Mrs. K. R Pann and fam ily of fanner street are hom from BrooUfMd t'ent'-r. where '.'uey have been spending a short time. Mrs. George Lines, "bo has been In Sharon, Mass, for some time, is Biruln af h"r home in J .yon titreet. Tr. Swain and family, nbo nave been enjoying a. stay at Chesterfield, Mas.. have returned to their home In York street. Mr. and Mrs. C. R Pohnr of Lvn Tvood place, have gone to lke George for a few days,' where thy will ha located at the rvr! Point, house. rr. !,onls R Rshop of Orange street, Is home from Grouse Tsle, Magdelen Island. Quebec. Canadi, where h has been spending his va cation. Tr. and Mrs. R Austin Cheney of Ft. Honan street, who have had ft cot tage at Lenox, Mass, all summer, have returned to town. Mr. snd Mrs. Louis E. Stoddard have returned to their home, "Ten acres," In Frospect stret, from Watch Hill, L. I. wjiers they havs spent the summer. Mr and Mrs John c. North have returned from a few weeks' stay at. Kgremont, Mass . to their home in Cold Pprlng street. Miss Vera Tlmm of York vpiare n-lll return to town on Sunday from a three weeks' camping expedition In the Maine woods. Miss Tlmm will ba accompanied by Miss Mae LeVene. Master Wilson I. Flynn has return ed to his bom. SI Minor street, after a month's vacation spent with his uncle, ('apt. D. 3. Cart- at Ft. Wood Reilliie'n Island, N. Y.. where ("apt Carr Is commanding otflcer. Louis M. t'llmafi. the police com missioner, who was attacked with ap pendicitis early In Ihe week, was re ported as resting comfortably last evening. HORSK LOVKS A COCK KIU1TT. Spills Ills Onts to Provoko Hoostors to Rattle Oyer Them.'' Tom, a horse owned by Jared Flnlay, a. contractor, of Great Notch, N. ,t is a good old sport. Literally, the horse would rather see a cockfight than cat, Dan Edwards, who raised game fowd and for years supplied the cocKflghters of North Jersey with, birds, used to own Tom, and the horse saw many a bird tried out at Edward's place, when Edwards died Tmn was sold. He has never been the same horse since, but lacked his accustomed spirit and .speed, It. Is plain now that he missed seeing cockfights, Finlay Is building a house at Slngac, N. J., and drove Tom there Friday. At noon Flnlay went to dinner at the ho tel, while Tom stood ouislde with a feed bag slung over his head. Some of the oats fell out and a swarm of chickens ran to the grain, tumbling over each other In I heir greed. Two young roosters got mad and fought, Tom pricked up his ears, back ed away a few feet and watched the fight, so Intently that, he forgot to eat. Flnlay, coming from dinner, found th horse's bag half full of oats and said to Jack Balrd, the stableman: "Tom is away off his feed. I'll have to take him to a vet." 'Finlay drove to singtic yesterday. When noon came and Tom found he was going to the same hotel he got as ROOSFA F.LT'S MfiNTl'RF. GOOD. According to fr. c, C. Young, whose ranch In Arizona, ad.inlns the presi dent's, a. new form of signature has been adopted by President Roosevelt, after the English royal fashion. Armed with a card of Introduction signed simply "Roosevelt," the doctor says he ban made a most delightful trip through Europe, been received hv kings, emperors, ambassadors, and high society folk and "had a bully time" generally. Pr. Young arrived here tday and registered at the Hntel Schiller. tie hroiifrht with him a. gift for thi presi dent, snd hopes to purchase a. farm site adjoining Bagamora Hill. "My bonie In In Wichita Falls, Has.." said he, 'but my ranch Adjoins, the prenldent's In Arizona. We are great friends. "I had a delightful trip abroad. When I went the president gave me n etrd signed 'Roosevelt' and I found It a passport everywhere, "The card was addressed to Ambas sador John W. Riddle, In Russia, but It worked everywhere. I could ntten4 all the court functions upon It. Presi dent Roosevelt Is a big man In Europe. Some time later this week I hope to visit him at his home," New York American. "Fame, lH everlasting; riches come only to those whom Dame Fortune fa vors with her prettiest smile," Is the. theory ot Jlughlo Cannon, composer of tho most famous "coon" songs ever written. Hughie Is eking out' an existence by pounding the piano in downtown saloons, H confesses to being a mem ber of the "Down and Out Club," but hopes some day to regain himself, Just a few short years ago Hughle's compositions were sung throughout these broad United States. They In cluded such work as "Rill Fally," "Goo-Goo Eyes," "Ain't That a Shame?" and others. Hughle's best effort In the compos ing line netted fortunes for publishers. How much were his own coffers enrlcn ed? Listen to his own story: "'Ain't That a Shame?' I gave away to a pal; 'Goo-Goo Eyes' I sold for J2f,, and 'Bill Bailey' went for 3:,0. Royalties? No. I never thought or them when. I was grinding out that stuff. But I've thought many a time since what might have been had I in. slated on royalties. Think what the publishers made out of thope songs!" Huchle was In a Farmer street saloon while he was talking. Instinctively he turned to the piano and the catchy notes nf "Bill Bailey, Won't You Please Come Home?" vibrated through the place. The "rag" has often been heard before by habitues of the place, but they never before listened to It as It wss played by Hughie Cannon, who composed It, "Booze, booze and some more booze Is to blame for my present standing," said Hughie, who presented a mos elo quent argument for the prohibitionists. "I have been all over the world, trav eled with shows and listened to audi ences go crazy oyer my compositions, but It never turned niy head. It was the booz that finally got me, and here I am. "When Paul Dresser died. God bless his soul, I lost the best friend I ever had. When he was alive, I managed to keep on my feet, with his assistance, & but since he's gone I've been going from bad to worse. He exercised a guiding hand nnd I was something. "Dresser had It on me In the senti mental stuff," says Cannon. "I never had th reasoning power for writing It and he had. "But he used to tell me where I got off at, and If he were alive today I wouldn't he here. For playing the piano m m FHinone i ger irnm fin 10 h w'k when i ran nmre often I can't " Even while talking Hughle's musical J hraln was husy and h dashed off this hit of sentiment: You'll find the scenes are brighter here at home, hoy; Here's one scene you'll miss whl.le you roam: See mother sitting here, While dad says, "Boy, my dear, You'll find the scones are brighter hre et home." "That." said Hughie, "and It Just struck me, is of a youth who Jusi reached bis maturity. He wanted to go out In the world to seek his fortuns snd wen to his father for adv-e. Those lines are the chorus of what, I think, would mak a pretty song " Hughie Is now S4 years old and thinks If he can get back to New York', where he Is betten known, he may get on his feet again - Tetrolt News. . An Seen for Klx Months nt Circle TliPatcr, 'Now York. CAST OF 100, INCLUDING IGNAOIO MARTIXETTI, BOBBY NORTH. CATHBYX ROWE PALMER, MARGARET SAWYER, MoKAY and' CANTWELL, 30HS KEEEE, STELLA MAURY, RICE ami WIEMERS, and tho Famous CYCLONIC DANCING SHRIMPS PRICES $1.50, 1.00, 75c, fiOc, 25c. . - Scat Hale Wednesday, Carriages 10:50. ' Saturday, September 1V , MATINEE AND EVENINl , RICHARD CARLE PRESENTS HIMSELF itf MARY'S 'LAMB A MERRY MUSICAL GAMBOL. WITH A BELL WETHER SCAST AND A CHORUS OF 40 LARKING LAMBKINS. Direct, from llsj Summer Run ot Three Month In Now York. PRICES $2.00, $1.50, $1.00, 75c, 50c,' 25c. , ; , , Seat Salo Thursday. Carriages at 10,50. arc LABOR DAY 'AT THEJ 51 Grand Opera House Also Tuesday and Wednesday. SHADOWS OF A GREAT CITY THE GREATEST SPECTACULAR MELODRAMA OF ALL STAGELAND. OFF THE GREAT TANK SCENE, , . .irXTHE THRILLING RESCUE, ULtU THE FIGHT FOR LIFE. Matinee Labor Day, With No 'Holiday Prices." Balance of the Week, "WHEN WOMEN LOVE" A Marvelous Conception of the Old, Old Stnrj'. c ' Regular Prices. Matinee Saturday... TELEPHONE 605. ; . M. w , aan I I , . , Pf)!' BAITIMORE'S MODEST CLAIMS. Baltimore has fswpr murders, fewer Accidents, and fewer scandals than oth er cities. Tt Is tlis home of beautiful women, of unequaled ent.ing, of magnificent suburbs, of unsurpassed natural advan. tagps, and of safe business methods. People who 'once visit It hate to leave, and It Is In a fair way to be come the convention city of tho nation. It hurts our native modesty dread fully to have to acknowledge all this, hut truth Is mighty1 and must be told. Baltimore American Sun. A Relia'ole Remedy FOR Ely's Cream Balm Fl v Is quickly absorbed. Civet Relief at Ones. It cleanses, soothes, heals and protects the diseased mem. brane resulting from Catarrh and drives away aCold in the Head quickly. Restores the Senses of Taste and Bmell. Full si if 50 cts. at Druggists or by mstl. Liquid Oream Balm for use In atomizera 75 cts. Ely Brothers, 68 Warreu Street, New York. CRAZFP BY FSE lF TOBACCO. ' On large wad nf chewing tobacco Inserted In the hollow of a. tooth help ed to end Alary Lewis to the psycho pathic ward of Bellevue Inst week and to bring her before a city niaRistrate yesterday nn the (erbnlcal charge of In sanity, The case Is said to be without precedent. The patient apparently ?,S years old, never had been addicted to the use of tobacco until two weeks ago, hen one nf the teeth In her lower left Jaw be gan to ache nnd she was advised by an old man to buy a plug of tobacco, blto off a generous portion and hold It In her mouth. She did so, and within three days she had acquired the habit. The ache, disappeared, but as It went sway Mary heard strange volcea. grnphophonn with a strident voice call ed upon her to be good, and a troupe of children, all In white nnd numbering millions, sang songs and recited verses 11 li t II she became unable to sleep. She kept on chewing the tobacco, and the more she chewed the louder became the tones of the graphophone. Into such a condition did she drift that It. was deemed advfsable to hs.vo her undergo an examination in the. physchopa.thlc ward nf Bellevue, where her case was diagnosed as one of acute mania, with tho use of tobacco as the exciting nnd the principal contributing cause. New York World. WHERE THE CROWDS ALWAYS GO . GRAND Opening Week Sept. 7. SPECIAL : VAUDEVILL E ATTRACTION Thi Splendidly Staged Sprctaculnr Specialty, AND THEIR In lh SrarMW'd 3Swt and Brightest Offering, SHARP BROS. SIX BELLES a " Dancing on the Levee." Thos. J. Keogh & Ruth Frances company In the Farce "THE WARD HEELER." Arthur Huston & Co. The .Novelty of the Season,;? STANLEY IN AFRICA. ' SYDNEY DEAN & CO. The .Vocal and Comedy Combination, ; CHRISTMAS ON THE ISLAND. g Anna & Effie Conely ORANGE FAIR! SEPTEMBER 7 and 8. Special trains leave New Haven 1 o'clock, Ansonln 1 3(, both flays. Excursion fare fivm New Haven, In cluding admission 1o fair, 75 rents. If gtormy. fair will he continued to next pleasant dnjs, . 'Buses meet all trolley cars on New Haven-Derby trolley line. . YALE GOLF CLUB. R. D. PRYDE, Professional. CITY MEMBERSHIP $12.00 SUMMER MEMBERSHIP $5.00 TAKE WINCHESTER AVENUE CAfl STORY SONtiS. Fred Sossman The Entertainer in the Dress Suit. CLERE MONT'S CIRCUS Greatest Animal Act In the World. ELECTROGRAPH With Nero, The Burning of Rome. POLI PRICES Evening 10. 20, 30, 50; Ladles at Matinee, 10. Matinee 10, 20; Boxes, 50. CONNECTICUT FAIR ! Charier Oak Park, Hartford' Conn. ' Sept, 7 to 12. Opens Labor Da GRAND CIRCUIT MEETING, RUNNING RAGE.il HORSE r f f s"X IAS 'rovmBU . CATTLE SHfj 11 .DOG AUTO CAT Ehibltlu of Knrm and Hortlctiltiirnl Proilui'twl Tohneeoi Been anil Honey! Flowers) T)omel(! Manufacture! ' Art) Table I.iixiirlcs, Preserve, Pickle, etc., Jfe. The "Merry War," with Its nil 1 1 Ion llnhts and tlttinuil allurements, In- cIiiiIIkk KernrPn Anlninl Show. Bontoe IoiTnte Village from l.iir.tm, eto., etc. Kverr Pflht. Pain's "Fall of Port Arthur," and n fl,noo illrinluy of Flrc wnrkn. Hnd Concert and Sneetaciilnr Vaudeville, IteOneeil Knllrond Rnten September 8 (o 12. Boat train for New Havett will nton at ( hnrpr Onlt Pnrfc nt lOita p. m. . , AdmlsMlnn '- arnuiidii, Dny. .10 cent", Children 12 or under, 25 eenlmi Mltht, 1T rent for all. i ;f.inf,rat, conuss dead. Penver. Co!., Sept. 8, Brigadier Gen eral Augustus TV. Corliss, T.T. S. A., re tired, rllpi'l at. his home In tills city to-day. He was born In North Yar mouth,' Mains, In 1887.- General Corliss served throughout , the Civil war In a Rhod Island cavalry reslment, resell ing the rank nf lieutenant colonel on January 19, 1MH. Subsequently he en tered the permanent military establish ment as a private, fiOVF, TO DFATKB, Edwad. J.. Maronsy, sealer of weights and measures, left- last, night on his vacation,, which "tv-tU' be spent In Den ver, Co!. ' Mr.' Maroney will be gone two weeks. , . BHr DROP 11V DEATHS. Th ft record of vital statistics for tin month ot August, shows that, there war but 1E1 deaths In this ctiy last month, as against 192 for August, 1907.