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TTTTC i ft ftUS. TUK SPAY. SEPTEMBER 28. 1009.
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Tuesday, September, 28, 1909.
-A nice coy winter to every niem-
lx'P ' nr the chantliion lshil.dor ball
--v.lNew York hotolkoepers are over
Joyed because Henry Hudson discov
ered their growing young city.
ficribner's magazine for October
presents to the American people only
seven portraits of Mr. Roosevelt. How
The real melancholy days are
tho.se on which it is just a little; too
warm to have a lire and a little too
cool to get along without artificial
A Georgia man who i.s in the pen
itentiary for nnving killed a sheriff
- has memorized -IS chapters of the
bible. Cut the sheriff eontinues to
! That earthquake of yesterday is ex
plained? by the Quincy Herald as the
Fourth supreme court district of Illi
nois settling back after Saturday's
-Chicago has undertaken to elec
trify tho motive power of all trains
within the city limits. If Chicago
gets away with the proposition, its
success will electrify the world.
- Speaking of the safety of Ameri
can . railroad travel. Dr. Cook ran
his dog train- to the pole without the
' loss -of a-single passenger. Better
still, -he didn't have to eat any of
the crew on the return journey.
Commission Plan in Knil.
' Kansas City Star: Enid, one of the
prosperous, growing young cities of
Oklahoma and the southwest, adopted
commission government yesterday by
a vote of two to one. Enid is about
the" size of Coffeyville, Kan., which
voted last, week to adopt the plan, and
the progress made by these two cities
in the development of the new rule
will prove of great value to numerous
progressive cities of the same class in
Kansas and Oklahoma, if indeed fur
ther proof is needed anywhere to dem
onstrate its advantages over the old
- Tulsa, in Oklahoma, is at work un
der the commission plan, and in a re
cent contract for paved streets $30,000
for 30 blocks of paving, as compared
to former contracts, was saved the
pVopertj owners by the new rule.
' Tulsa's experience ought to be all
that is needed to convince the smaller
cities that the modern plan is as ad
vantageous for them as for tho greater
Enid is to- be congratulated upon its
early determination to adopt a form
of government that will give it the
opportunity to grow rather than to
continue a system that impedes de
velopment because of its inefliciency
and lack of direct business methods in
the administration of civic affairs.
' ' Murs as Seen Xcaivr the Earth.
A dispatch from . Washington says
that Mars and its moons were the
targets of many of the big telescopes
in various parts of the world Friday,
and with the planet only ''."i.noo.iino
miles from the roof of the United
States naval observatory, as astro
nomical sharps liguren it, the instru
ments of that institution were in use
practically all Friday night.
Friday's distance between the
earth and Mars meant a clipping ofl
15,000.000 miles off the average in
tervening spate, and Professor Asaph
Hall. Jr.. son of the astronomer who
first discovered the satellites of Mars,
began training the naval observa
tory's great glass on the big light in
the sky early Friday evening. He
announced his purpose of watching
developments until 3 o'clock Satur
Mars at this time is fairly high on
til horizon and under ordinarily
lair conailions excellent uiisenaiiuusj
should be recorded of the surface '
markings. Interest was ' heightened 1
. .... . . , ,
in -Friday nights observations by,
reason of the planet running closer
to the earth than at any other time.
Professor Hall and his associates,
work probably for a month or more J. '. tbpm day and Js
----- received uy tne urotuer or some otuer re tou in uoudi wnere to spend
Aug.. 20 in measuring the two moons rela,ive of tUe brideSTOOtn. wno nu;es I Your Vacation?
of Mars,, and will continue in that h.inj a p,vs,.nr lf cow OP whatever! The Crand Trunk Railway system
work probably for a month or more.Ip,se ,,e C1, a ff ord to give. This the (double track) offers the choice of
The inner moon,., which is in the girrfl irotber kcpps amil he gets mar- 'many delightful resorts via Canada,
glare of the planet most of the time, ritHi nmj myfi it over to t)e brother of vw T-ntanri an,i T,-c0r ,t
owtvf'T- i; VH Ot'OIl PI UiLfU 0 1 11
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occupies oiny ent u i.uuia aim u uan some other girl. Men already marneii
in its revolution, while the- planet 'it- carry away auoluer wife in the same
Rjir is a slow mover, turning on its way and with like etiquette and pay
axis in about 23 hours. This is one ' tueut. and sometimes a married wo
of tho unique features of the solar man Is carried off, but this breach of
system. t.- custom Is generally coudoned as "a
According to scientists, accepting" mistake" and atoned for by the pay
the nebular hypothesis, it is probable trent o a cow.
that this satellite was once a part'
of the planet and that the total mass
revolved m a shorter time. Obser
atlor.s show the Inner moon is quite
bright as soon as it gets a little away
from the glare of the planet.
The naval observatory telescope is
a 2C-inch instrument, with which Pro
fessor HalTs father discovered the sat'
eliite in IS 77.
The Uplift by Will.
The New York World states that
(here is a 3-year-ohl boy in New Jer
sey who. under his grandfather's will.
must refrain from smoking paper elg
arets till he is 25 if he would inherit
a fortune. In the same state, as it
happens, i.s a young woman who i.s to
have her grandmother's money on
condition that hhe marry neither an
actor man nor a divorced man. In
such freakish fashion the list is ex
tended of attempts to regulate by the
dead hand the affairs of I he living
Diverse as human chatacters them
selves an; i he things men seek to do
hy last will and testament. Some,
moved by an impulse of business pride,
make provision for the perpetuation of
I rusts or commercial holdings. Others
tie up great fortunes within family
bounds. Many choose the post mortem
period for an extension of aid to
philanthropic or educational enter
prises. None of these reveals in his
testamentary acts, as does any one of
those who try to dictate by bequest as
to the morals or marriages of their
heirs, (be quality of meddlesomeness.
Under circumstances of prohibition
by will the human inclination to be
contrary must have many fierce inward
struggles with the human weakness of
cupidity. The question may well re
main an open one as to the moral
value of victories which consist chiefly
in winning the descending dollars. On
the whole, it is not likely that the ra
cial uplift has been of marked degree
which has been accomplished through
the certifying medium of the probate
fSoeiety news, written or telephoned
to the society editor of The Argus, will
be glaiily received and published. Hut
in either case the identity of the sender
must be made known, to insure relia
bility. Written notices must bear sig
nature and address.
Kitchen Shower for Miss Evans.
Mrs. A. E. Mrlnnes, 11102 Twenty-fifth
street, gave a kitchen shower for Miss
Mae Evans Monday afternoon. T'v;
decorations used were the wedding
colors, green, white and yellow, (lames
were played, the prizes at cart is beiug
awarded as follows: First, Mrs. Seid
iitz; second, Mrs. R. Robson; consola
tion, Mrs. F. Bailey. Several musical
selections were rendered by Miss
Evans and Mrs. Seidlitz. Lunch was
served. Miss Evans will become the
bride of Emil F. Holtzer tomorrow.
Linen Shower for Miss Zimmer. A
linen sdiower lor Miss Pauline B. Zim
mer, who is to become the bride of
Herman C. Schnell tomorrow morning,
the ceremony to take place in St.
Mary's church at 10 o'clock, was given
last evening by Mrs Ferdinand Schnell,
925 Eleventh stree t. Progressive cinch
and other games were played. Prizes
were won by Mrs. Joseph Blochlinger
and Miss Zimmer. Many beautiful
pieces of linen were received by the
Mrs. Her.-nan Schwecke Hostess.
Mrs. 'Herman Sehwcke, at iter home
on Twentieth strc-et yesterday after
noon, entertained a company of 30 tri
city ladies. Five hundred was played,
and the prizes wont to Miss Nellie
Connell. first; Mrs. John Schroeder,
second, and Miss Margaret Schroeder,
third. A fio-eourse dinner wu
Ramblers' Club Entertained. Mrs. C.
Cetirvorst, 102S I.ily avenue, Daven
lort. entertained at dinner last even
ing in honor of the Ramblers' club of
this city. Tho evening was spent in
a social way and the affair was much
enjoyed. The next meeting will be
held wiih Miss Grace Day.
Will Give Card Party. Tho Lady
Catholic Foresters lodge. So. 4S9, will
Rive a card party Friday afternoon,
Oct. 5, at Knights of Columbus hall.
Refreshments will be served and hand
some prizes awarded.
Red Cross Card Party. A card party
will be held at the Red Cross sanitar
ium tomorrow afternoon. Games will
start at 2:45 sharp.
This is the way the.v marry in Buso
ga. on the right bank of the Nile, at
1,paU ,M,K M'l'e T", T
some departed Busogan. ai
goes to some
'danced and feasted with bis charmer.
the happy pair elope stud go to the
bridegroom's borne. This ends all cer-
. . .
OVER TO STUDENTS
Auustana College Preparing to
Relinquish Dining Room
YEAR'S PROFIT NINE CENTS
Hoped That li.rd.:iig Club Will be
lri!ieI (o Assume I he Xte
; spoiisibilif y.
A movement is on foot by the I
authorities at Augiu.tana college to
turn over the management of the din
ing room to (he students. The din
ing room has alwavs proven, a trou
blesome question to the school
authorities and no profit has been
derived front its management, the
object being to give the students
hoard at actual cost. Last year the
college realized 1) cents on the din
ing hall for the whole year.
The college authorities are desir
ous of being relieved of the respon-
m unity in us management n cue stu
..fi.:i:i - i ;T . . i . i i
dents can be induced to form a board
ing club to assume control. Such co
operative boarding clubs are in vogue
at. nearly all the larger universities
but the scheme has never been tried
at Augustana. It is believed, how
ever, that the students will tall in
heartily with the idea. The college
will offer the use of the dining hall.
together with all equipment free ol
charge to the students.
ltrcct lu Next I'rWnj.
Invitations were sent out by th
faculty of Augustana college for the
annual college reception to be given
next Friday evening. The arrange
ments for the evening's program have
not yet been completed, but. Dr. .Ai
W. Fcss, who recently retnrnett fronr
his trip to the orient, is announced
as the speaker. If the weather "is
favorable, the program will be given
in the chapel after which refresh
ments win oe served in the college
The Adelphic Literary society will
give its annual reception the follow
ing Friday. Oct. 8, in me college
gymnasium. The date of the Phren-
okosmian reception has not yet been
All the receptions have been de
layed until the opening of the sem
inary which occurs tomorrow. Many
of the seminarians have already ar
lived and indications are that the
matriculations for the first class will
be almost twice as many as last year
Musi: cf the Telegraph.
Every out- has put his ear to a tele
graph pole to hear the wires hum. ami
most people have assumed that tin
wiud was entirely responsible lor the
sound. So it is in many cases, but
often the note is heard when not the
slightest movement of ihe air is per
eentible. A French investigator tells
us that the sound In this case i.s tlm-
to the expansion and contraction of
the. wires from variations of tempera
ture. As the wires are uot perfectly
uniform, they rub agaiust the insula
tors, making a slight noise, which is
amplified by the post actiug as a
soundiug board. Another iuvestigator
is sure the sounds are due to electric
waves, but be fails to explain how or
dinary telegraph wires should be able
to serve as wave detectors and in what
way the electric waves an; transform
ed into sound waves. The other theo-
c.ry seems more probable.
Some curious stories are told of this
telegraph wire music. In Siberia the
bears think that it Is the buzzing of
bees and would tear dowu the poles
to look for honey if the contractors did
uot pile great stones about them to
prevent this. In France, on the south
side of the forest of Fontainebieau. the
telegraph sounds are regarded as
presaging rain. This is because the
south wind In this region brings rain
and the forest shuts off the north
wind. In some districts I In noise is
popularly supposed to be due to the
pass:tt.e of Messages, but it is hardly
necessary to say that there is no evi
dence to support this view. Philadel
A Witty Comment.
None of Dickens children inherited
his genius, but Charles Dickens. Jr..
had some of his father's humor. When
In Boston a number of years ago he
was the guest at a dinner given by
a c!nb whose membership included
many admirer: of his father. The
presiding ol'icer in an endeavor to em
phasize this circumstance asparticu
larly grateful to the guest by an un
fortunate slip of the tongue declared
that the hosts were delighted to wel
come Charles Dickens the younger not
only cm his own account, but for his
father's. Mr. Dickens in response said
that be cordially concurred in the es
timate of his lather as his superior
and always appreciated manly candor
combined with critical acumen. The
situation was saved by a wit calling
out, "Long live Charles the second,
who never lost his head!" Boston
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The Argus Daily Short Story
Letting- Them Worry
Copyrlgnted, 109, toy
Perplexed, he aed at Sit Hie. Her
blue eyes l!.isheil welcome, but her
word Mimed him down. All summer
she had been refusing to lie seen with
l.'ini. This time it was the Huh d.r.H e.
As they h:!l been Iricnds from baby
hood, he avked for reasons.
"S.t.'lie. what's the matter? If yon
really hate the sigh; of me I'll keep
away if it kills me. but somehow I
doti t be.teve you do. h.it have 1
lone? Or Is it Tracy, or don't yon
care, or what.' In the little sum
mer house he faced her. his dark eyes
snapping. She tossed her fair head,
but her fa'-e was serious.
"Tracy, indeed! Yen ought to sin-
he's crazy about Marr Trevor! N".:
you have not done aiuythii'g. r'obbie.
nly" S'.ie lingered her rose in em-
Isti i rasnie:;t.
Only what. Sallie? Tell me. I can't
stand Ibis miieh longer."
"Well. 1 should think you would
ia:e it. too. this being-j-iiianaued."
"Kefeiving to our precious miPes"
very apparent plot to gel us marrii!.'
Thar certainly is the limit!" lie spoKo
coi My. She nodded. ' flushing with
anger as he continued: "I don't blame
you. Sallie. I hate it too. I" i: i;
she turned on him like a little tiger.
eaping to her feet to face him.
'Why don't you go jtway then? IV i
you think that I are you asking me
everywhere because you think I"--
I-'or answer he swept her suddenly in
to bis arms, binding her fact In his n
happy face, fcr she bad always loved
Iiear. you must know I want you
uow. always! r.ut why conUhi t tv
people be decently reluctant? It's all
so horribly planned! We both ha'e
being maneuvered into marriage. Moth
er suffers even if 1 look at Mary
sweet girl, but not you."
And dad gets apoplectic at mere
sight of Tom "fan l. who is everything
dad and I don't want-but when lie
and .. mother greet me at breakfast
with, that repressed haven't you-got-
somethiug-to-tell-us air J could glee
fully, announce Tom as their future I
sop. 1 hat would be real revemje. .Not
that. Torn wauls me." The two looked
up just in time to see Sal lie's mother j
carefully steeling the children away
from the summer bouse. It was mad
dening. Sallie stamped her foot.
"1 simply can't be engaged to you.
Bob. with the family smiling benignly
and all the old pussies purring over the
fitness of the match! I can't!"
Wait till you're asked." he retorted.
grinning. " Saliie. we want each oilier.
j; 'iniaac from Royal Grape Cream oi Tarlar1
ill L-nnn Insures the most -mn
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PHOTO BY HARRIS tWINC WASH
the state department. It i.s under
Bf; Louise Olney
Associated Literary Pre.
must' let them worry. They
simply must worry awhile! Did you
know that poor old Tracy hates me
because he thinks I want Mary?"
"Stupid boy! Anybody could see
where her heart is by the way she
hates me when 1 chasten dad by going
out with Tom. Wonder why he asks
"To get even because I play Mary's
little lamb to bother mot iter. Von see,
Mary's laniily goes no farther back
than A. lam. 1 suppose Yours and mine
antcda e old. Fden. 1 say. Sallie"
But be saw Tom Tracy going past
with bis machine and ran after him
with a choul. The two men talked a
long time before Koliert came back to
"Oct your veil and things and come
for a spin. We'll stop for Mary, have
lunch at some little town, have dinner
at Baxter, call on my minister uncle
John and get home by moonlight."
"And a chaperon?" Though the four
had always knowu each other. Sallie
was going at least, to mention proprie
ties. Bob's wise eye twinkled.
"I think I can hunt up a young mar-
lied woman somewhere." be remarked. !
but refused explanation till Tracy lefi
the car to persuade Mary. Then Bob ,
did his gallant best to make things j
clear. He succeeded. Sallie got in S
front with Tom, leaving Marv to an
apparently all too devoted Bob. while
they paraded past their respective
homes, for be It said that the Trevors
and the Tracys bad long wished Mary :
and Tom to like each other.
It was rather too late that night to
picas.? Sal lie's father when Tom left
her reluctantly at her own door. And
BoI. mother iptest ioned. said be had
been motoring with Mary.
That was Ihe beginning. During
August the four were inseparable, and
the parents worried. The only appar
ent comfort was that the couples re
mained together.. How could they
know that partners were changed the
minute they got from under surveil
lance? .The. girls were airy, radiant,
innocent, the young men calm. Im
purvhflis to comment or question.
Never passing the bounds of propriety.
they still baffled home attempts to
.regulate their movements.
Tom was always with Sallie. Bob la
the wake of Mary. The couples weren't
matched to suit the elders; but, from
fearing they were engaged, they be
gin to fear they were not. This was
ben use the young people were begin
ning to excite social comment by rea
son of several escapades, obviously. Jn- J
noccnt, nppn rehTly accidental.' They
all came home one day dripping wet
from overturning their canons and
swimming out. and another night ibejr
walked home ten miles After the motor
brt l.e down -by r.rrancempiif. It was
grsr on thing, then another. Finally
the parents compared notes. They de.
elded that there was only tine thing to!
in- t!H)e interview the four together
and insist mi less public devotion or an
.hum. tnu eincnt if engagements.
The .voting people knew of this, and
the evening the council was to occur
at Sal I is 'Imme- I hey promptly absent
ed liieillxelves. 'I '. meet in;' !iO"an.
and after mii h polite ringit was
det idetl to make the liest of the Tom
and Saliie and Rob-and-Mary arrange
ments. The old folks showed a touch
itig resignation. AH they would Insist
en was a Knowledge of the facts
At tins Juncture Tom and Sallie
strolled in. followed by the other two.
all showing delightful surprise at the
parental p reset I ce.
1 1 ioous nue a council or war.
commented Tom. while bis father glow
ered. and then began the attack, fol
lowed by Sallie's father and the inter
polations of the others.
"If you are engaged." Mrs. Trevor
finished, "we insist on having it prop
erly an non need. If you are not well
yon ouyht to be. I hope you under
stand our point of view."
A silence followed, broken only by a
nervous little giggle the giggle Mrs
Martin would not like In a daughter
in-law. Finally it was Bob who spoke
as the four stood under the t-handeliei
in the usual couples.
We are sorry not for ourselves, but
for you that we are not engaged. We
fully appreciate your assembled wishes.
But we don't see bow we can be en
gaged. It is. in fact, impossible." Oe
loo Iced at Tom to finish, and that
voung man rose to the occasion.
, was even a bit dramatic as he faced
the four fathers, the four mothers, sit
, ting in stern conclave, but visibly sof
' tened by the well bred, beautiful young
' quartet before I hem. young people
. charming and. after nil. old enough to
know their own minds. Thomas spoke
to his own mother.
"The fact is. we all hate nonsense.
We hate planned matches, and being
engaged to order with diamond rings
to advertise the fact, and the society
pussies pnrriug and fashionable wed
dings preceded by "showers' of stuff
that only a tire cr some other special
dispensation of Providence can rid you
of. Ami then" he took a lawyer-like
tone befitting the junior partner of the
lirru of Tracy & Tracy, "we cannot be
engiigd because" he paused for ef
fect and got it. for a suddeu suspiciou
sent the parents as one to their feet
"because we sire already married.'
he finished leisurely, "a month ago at
he hnished leisurely. "A mouth ago at
Baxter, by Hubert's uncle John, who
also hates fuss and feathers." With a
quick movement Tom moved past Sal
lie and took Mary by the band, lead
ing her to bis mother, and Bob had
Sallie bv both bands, looking at her
only, forgetting the others.
And when it finally became evident
to t lie bewildered families that the
right children were together, that Sal
lie had married Hubert, that Tom bad
married Mary, the relief went far on
the way to forgiveness for ihe eloj
"But why elope':" Sadie's father final
ly asked. "'1 think 1 may say for my
friends that these marriages will make
us ultimately happy that they are. in
fact, just what we desired. What was
the real trouble? We were all quite
i willing." But a chorus of laughter
i greeted him happy young laughter.
j "That was just the trouble. You
. were too willing!" Jt was Sallie who
bad spoken from the shelter of her
young husband's arm. Then every-
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THE ALLURING FUTURE.
rpo slow and solemn mualc
She rang- an ancient tur,
About a fcood time coming-.
And coming pretty coon.
That It ia headed toward her
Hhe nevar V-oiild &tippoa.
For she has had experience.
And so the truth she knows.
And eo she keeps on humming
That it will com some day.
When all her cares and troubles
Will quk-Kly roll away.
TVtieo alie can smile at labor
And fold tier hand and quit,
Ar.d If It doesn't help her
It doesn't hurt a tit.
For that la human nature
To tali r a hopeful view
For If we didn't do It.
1'ray. how could we pull through?
Man t.'iliikx perhaps tomorrow
Will t.rhiK him wealth and f.imi,
ThouKtt really he knows better,
for he played the game.
Today may have Its worries.
Ha cirri and pains and strife;
Tomorrow may present us
A larger, niigljier life.
But, if it diaappnlnts us
And blosKoi-.ia full to ope.
Today in all the brighter
For Blnging of the hope.
A high nilnded. high browed Judtre
In Missouri deckle that wheu the
surgeon forgets and sews up the tools
of his trade inside an appendicitis pa
tient the party who was cut up over
It can charge storage.
Xo delicate, sensitive person should
I bp asI:pd to make a human Junk shop
of himself for nothing. That Is not
the purpose for which he was crealed.
When the absentminded doctor in
looking for a pair of plncbern be ha
lost, instead of sayiug impatiently that
he must have left them home on the
piano trembles and says that be must
have left them inside a patient, the
party of the second part has a cun
against him. according to the notion
of the court.
"What I the matter?"
"Then I should say that here Is a
chance for a man of large and fertile
Imagination to make a great reputa
"Did you have a good time at the
"So. 1 didn't."
That is loo bad. Why didn't yon?"
"How could 1 wheu there wag none
'He lied like a trooper on the wit
'Can you prove It on him?"
-Prove 11 ! Didn't lie testify Just
opposite to what 1 did?'
"Doing anything in music?'
"Learning to play the flute."
"For yeur own amusement?'
"No; for the elevation of my nelja-
Wanted No Failure.
I do hope that our marriage will go
off without a bitch.
'.Mercy on us!'
"What's ihe matter?'
"Why. I thought that'a what you
Who is that large vixen?'
That is my mother-in-law."
"1 beg your pardon."
Have a cigar."
Did He Swim?
How did we ever get the breed?
That la a secret dark.
For Noah an rely dirt not aave ,
The man who rocked the ark.
PERT PARAGRAPHS. ' '
What a circus we should see If every.
body who known exactly how to rabu
children should proceed to do so!
The jierson who tells a white lie Is
apt to have reason to feel blue while
We should be extremely busy If ive
were to do today what we had meant'
to put off until tomorrow.
There are eople wbo use a hammer
w hen they start out to cultivate frieud-j
Khip and then marvel ut their poor
One siiccesfifiil way to decrease your
whixi measure In by reducing your ru-
As long as lie Is In no desperate need.
of It a man's credit Is apt to be nrettr