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that pucpae pucpaeAltAlt 11 cninmiiiilwMMM MhIL 1 r J inUndrt Iti for thte pa pawhether laPft laPftWbetMrwhether fer tke > Hy or tile Smtky taiae IIIIIae MIue gin ginlie IIIIIud IIIIIudbe diidaddrdlie addrMcd to THIt TMU WASHINGTON WAllII GTU 11JSKAU USRAWFRIDA >FRIDAY FRIDA Y NOVEMBER 2 19 19Roots 19M 19MRootsRoots Arraignment of Hearst HearstTheThe whOm 00 country mtry knows today what whatthethe th administration aclmratkm at Washington W tOl1 thinks thinksof thuksofof Wilthm 1111 Randolph R plt Hearst t Democratic Den1ocraUceandklatecandidate for governor of New York YorkBy YorkBBy B direct dtr Ot authority of the President ienl the theSecreiSecretary Secrei l7 ot State Stat Hon BlUm flhn Root 0Gt has hasspoka Ispoken poknapoke spoken as Elihu 1thu Root only can canpeak Lu t pttbHc man over OV oir r before came from fromthe oomthe Ithe th lips of a Cabinet officer ofDcerHearItHearst Is pilloried by Root as Hearst Heantthrouthrou through b his newspapers has pilloried pilloriedotherother men The assassination tlo of Presi PrNldentDIcKinleY Frestdentd dentDIcKinleY dent nt McKintey 18 laid at his very door doorHeHe is I called to account for the outbursts outburstsofof reckless reckIe a freehanded writers held hIdto up 1IPto Ito public view as a menace to the State Statea Staikind a nd rvstian OIlan Uonn an exploiter of a species of ofjournaBsm oljournaBsm that makes for mischief and aJMIl1Isorder a Idisorder If no ether public man was Wqer8O w Iever ver er8O ao arraigned It is t because no iw other rpublic man was ever so flue a subject for tor8QM1 to isuch an ai ft arraignment arral arragnm 1ftent 1ftentFire nt ntFiretmetwithftrcFire Firetmetwithftrc FiretmetwithftrcThe is met with nre Are AreThe t tThe >The speech itself the timing t1mifl of It it and andthe lidt Ithe t hede1lvery delivery dltv ry of of t It fthy by direction of the 1MPtIDv thePresident th IPresident PtIDv PrSSdeMtIflvOlIe Involve a a dramatic art MIll MIlls md a i Isense s nse of spectacular effect that the aptest aptestpupil ptst ptstpupil Lpupil in Mr Hearsts school bool of oftion91tsm sensa aenaationtionansm tion well U might iIgbt t emulate and envy envyThe eftvyThe envyTheThe Secretary of State Stat gives New York Yorkand Yorkndand nd the country at large something aomethln to tothink tothink tthink about aboutIfIf the great body ttf voters who so to tothe tothe tthe polls poll on Tuesday hold WtlUaatRu WtlUaatRudolph William Ran Randolph Randolphdolph Hearst reeiMttiefbte b as the admin administration acbIIlaIftratiOll istration does does for the wild ild utterances of ofhis o ohi ahhi ihis hi unbridled newspapers De pen he will wIIIreeeWe wIIIreeeWethe receive receivethe CCathe he smallest sznaH vote ever ev cast for any aIQrunning aa man ai arunning for office Bat ut will they t do it ItltbWith ltb th tIM extraojTtteary extn coodltidM eondttl s now nowprttvulHn nowPNVAJ1bIg noPNVAJ1bIg prov prttvulHn 41nE bt New > 5 m York nobody aood can cant Qfttfll en It tfll tf Htfllr HMrMr r Boots Bout speech esch may render the re result re result sult k 1etIa ka > ss > wieertajm JIeer but ec uncertainty will wfllontinue willootin WI IIontinue ootin unttt tit tbjt t tMr voi en s are ar eovntcd eovntcdMrMr Carn crpsge ge e thinks LiliA Hearst would never neverhave Jtftehave aevi aevihave Thave been heard beanlP srt 1 bat for hie money moneyIt eyIt sne r rTtIt is i doubtful that Uncle Andy Ddy would wouldlook WIMIIdJok vI 44Ulook iok so much ueb like ce a fourteentadi aun aunif pnif gu Uif it were not for the same aBleWIll thing thineWillpWill Our 6irls Cirls rIs Ever Learn LearnIt LenrnIt LearnItIt will 1 do m n > go good d of course but merely merelyfor Merelytor ereI I Iforfor the sake at pardcipnting PlrtlClp tlag a Wttte ta a aiurrent aurrentiurrent discussion that is I sure to arouse arousenatural alOURnatural arnuenatural C aCnatural but unnecessary choler we Ire dealreto IretQ dealt e eIfto t inquire why h so many Da8 j American an gjrls lrla Ia of oflarge ofJar C Iflarge Jar e inherited wealth marry mar Europeans Europeansof Europeansof Isof inherited titles Tb The Inquiry we say y yuseJeae is isuseless I Ituseless because e at the base of the dUll difficulty dUllcutty 4I 4Iduty II I duty lies that hat most mysterfoo MY8t rio1lll moot in incomprehensible i1lcomprehensible it I comprehensible comrehepj most agsravaxing a vatbtg rOb problem prollem t It J lem with which the good i Od oiiLorias Lord L has seen seenlit MeAt tea a alitlit t t to beset His creatures creatur cretureee a woman womanswind womaasDin awind Philosophize about it ae a we w may m r arindulge in I metaphysical speculation to toour toour Iour hearts content probe to the bot bottom bottom boltorn IL L tom Ute Immeasurable IIe store of wisdom wisdomproduced mproduced tsldei 0 0producedproduced by the worlds logicians logiciansthrough JoIdaMthrough 1oIcat In Inthroughthrough all the agee and nd we e arrive at atno atno Ltno more satisfactory saU factory a ref re it U than Ute tbetrite Utetrite iii Lte etrite and petulent conclusion O of the wise wiseman wl8eman wli mman who declared that when hen a woman womanwill womanwill woma womawill wlift ftwill she will and when ben she wont wontwont she shewont uiiwont and thats that the end of it itWe Il IlWeWe do net t raeait 1t to say that proportion proportionately proportionatel preportlotately I ately atel there are ar not as a many gentlemen gentlemenamong geRtiemenmonr gentemi et etamongamong the titled nobility of Europe urope as asthere a Isthere are among the th untitled millions of ofmen ofmen i ifmen in the th New World as well as the U Uold ItOld Your gentleman is born Nor rank ranknor ranknor rati iknor title can canmake make a a gentleman gentetn out of ika a aruffian arumanruffian any mere Bte than a sHk purse se can canbe ca1lbe ci inbe made out of a sows BOW ear T But the LI LIfeature afeature of annoying interest is that se semany 88many m mnanymany of our girls gfrI rls seem to think in their theirhle5Sd the irblessed souls ults that because a European Europeanwho Europeanwho Europeawho UI irUIwho comes seeking them themor or their money moneywith mont ywith an inherited ln title he h is a gen go Ii tleman that he is tender brave chiv chivalrous chivalrous ehi ehiairoul v Iiv alrous that he will ill be ever loving Iovtlt and atkind and considerate that his rank and andstation andstation at atstationstation will bring to them happiness s and andsocial andsocial at RI RIDrsocial ocIa1 prestige Pf e which It te t impossible for forthem forthem I Ithem Drthem to attain at n in this country of demo democratic demot1tJe dem 0 0eraije cratic instltutioHs Inad uUoRL Probably parents DlUefttaaDd DlUefttaaDdguardlaJUI at nd ndguardians Id Idguardlane 1guardians could prevent some me of the mar marital DNUltal ma maII ital mistakes made by our girls if proper propercftort properftort prop er reffort ftort were made We do not recall recallsl era a asinglesingle sl 1e case of an elopement by an Ameri American Anterlcan Amet I can millionairess with 1th a European duke dukeor dukeOr dub duboror prince or count or whatnot j This Thisseems Tblsseem Tbseems to argue that in every alliance allianceAmerican Tbof of oCJmeI1caaAmerican millions with Old World titles titlesconsent titlesconsent tit ma maconsentconsent of tbe girls protectors was 1 ob obtained Obtalnecl 0 b btaltied tained tainedCases taltiedCaaeitalnecleaeCases In point are the shocking sbockI revela revelations reveIIlU a atflg tions U n8 in the marital relations of tile tbeDuchess tileDucbeM U he heDucheen 8Duchess of Marlborough and tile Countess Countessde COURtde COURt 8 8dede Casteluuie Beth of these American Americanwomen AmerleanWOIm Americt In Inwomen 1women are living apart from theirun unworthy unwortby a aworthy worthy husbands Each is seeking legal legalseparation 1ep1eparatlon kg j 1 1slparatlonseparation There is really reall little of oCWity gen gentility go U Ililly at the fountain source urcc of either of ofthe ofthl Uofthe noble families into which these theseyoung tbe8eyoun the theyoung emyoung youn women married The founder of ofthe o othe ofthethe Marlborough house was wa one of the theworst theWtrst t lie liew4rstworst old ld rakes of his day cia WhIle be was wasa wasa w as asaa great t lighter he was atoo 100 a monumen monument 0 0t4lTU t t4l I grafter rran Moat of the battles ttles he lost lostreceived IMtI lo stI > received filthy ftlt y money for for permit permiting perMIt1ng porm It Ithnging 1ng the enemy to win Castellane eate flRe at best be8tJ b ut utI1 j a soidisiitt cltstJtt count c ut Title TIt of nobility nobilityo nobill ty tyao France were tt ere ingulfed in that t awful awfultorrent awfnltorrent awl ui uitorrent jtorrent of bleed produced by the French Frenchrevolution Jrcenehrevohatioftt1te Freti cli clirevolutiontherevolution revohatioftt1te U e most horrible tale in all allthe allthe i il ilthe Ithe annals of the human h mn race Away back backIn backIn bsi ck ckin iIn history when the Roman empire plN was wastottering wastott w an antottering jtottering tott > rtn to tts fall there u was a Cftsiel Cftsiellane Qs et etlane tilane who sprung up p above the pygmies of ofhis 0 0his ofIshis Is time and it te probable that tha the theC theCllaftelil Cs Csteilanee a LO LOtelianeateilanee llaftelil of this thu day trace their origin to tethat totbat tothat 9that source In neither case ought any an 7 body to be puffed up by bearing Han the thename t1Jename t lie lienamename nameBut nameButBut But of course It te not tbfe tbI that at attracts a l ltracts f t ttracts tracts the American millionairess lhlollMSnoe llMSnoesbt whose whosesteter no nos1tsteter sbt r to poverty by the Ui way w weukI euk1 W also alsobe al 10 10bebe attracted t just as rtroagly It she bad badthe Hadtbf It ad adthethe opportunity Nor will the unbaypy unbaypyexperiences unbQpyexperl unh P1 P1sxprIencsoexperl sxprIencso experiences of Ute daughter of the Van VanderbHts Vanderb Vi LU LUderbfttsderbHts derb fS or the daughter of the Goulds Gouldswho Goudsw Couh Is Isv1owho w o are now stirring our national sensi S41Mit soap SitI srn Nlrte m tieg to the th depths have a A deterrent atarentetleffect etl effwa ct upon other er American women whowant whowant wa flt to marry JIIN a titled European In Inthe Intbethe stramja woof and web b of woman wornnp wornnp11IIndmind mi miIty nd there seems seern 10 be ono trait or qua qual qualItyity that te common OOJ oornmonevery monevery every woman IS s con convineedvinced vin ctiti that she can get along happily happilywithwith wit witfro h the man she marries oS it was wufromjl from fro nt the beginning for Mother Eve EverI found r fou f umi nd that Adam was a weakling thing tbhtgatHland au 4 so it willbe win be to the end uDdAA Aha man Milt ni n of the name of Robinson Crusoe Crusoehas Crusoebuhas ha t taken a hand in the New York cam camPflISP palgn pe ign Evidently Robinson fails to ap appreciate ap appredate P predate pre date the Ut advantages dvantacs of a peaceful an1 an1bppyh happy liO py home MUleAA Curious Condition of Affairs AffairsTwo AtfnlJSTOTwo T Tthe wo Hundred laborer are wanted wuatedthe by bythe bthe District government tp work under unftertbethe direction of the engineer of highways hlghwaYLTheyThey Th ey are being sought by advertisement 841nrUseIlHNltandland and an anpro d unless un they respond to title appeal apptalproppedproposed pro p900d public imprevements lr prevm t must silt Riterfor er 41bo tte statement is nrnJIe niae that labor laboris laDorisis n scarpe scarpeAt MeaTpeAt ncr eAt A t the same time there are over three threehundred threehundredhundred hu ndrtd ablebodied men now occupyingitho occupying ig igthoitho t th e municipal workhouse A large Iarg ge pro proportion proportion prortionI portion po rtion of them were committed for in infractions Infractions f fractions fra ctioun of minor laws and regulations regulationsI rerulatJo rerulatJobutI i but bu t many man scores were sent down because becausethey beeaethethey the th ey were acknowledged vagrants The Tttecurioue ThecUriouecurioue cUrioue cu rious anomaly is presented therefore thereforeofI of ofla the District government governm8lit seeking eeklnrla 3M 3Mlaborers Sllaborers la borers r8nJ to t t engage enp in honest bon and com comparatively COIIIpanttivelyparatively po pocu ratlvely remunerative work with IUt dUll diffleulty dUllawryawry cu ity in obtaining them and yet it is af affordingf fording fo rding free board and lodging to a great greater greater greatIe er number We do not knew kni that the theItuatloa theuation Isituation sit uation can be remedied but it certainly certainlyinvites certalnl7invUa certainlyvitesf invites in vites serious comment The question quaUoat Inaturally na t turally li7 arises whether or not we e are aretoot too to o generous getierocs ereroa in I dealing with the lazy laz and aDd1dIe andepopulat30n Ii idle IdI population To TOe be sure some of the theInmates theinmate themoteai Inmates In motea of the workhouee are made to towork tow tci work w ork They labor in Hock Creek Park Parkap Piu1taPirIIap a l d t the th e outskirts OU lkirta of the city It is extremely extremelydoubtful extremeJyvl extremd4 doubtful do ubfvI vl however whether hetber the nttmfci nttmfcipality lldel lldelpalltj pality pa papr ftty receives In labor anything Wee a apropfItJenate a Lj proportionate pr orUonste return return for tbe cost of boas housIng boasIni Ing lu The Th Th e latter are evidently well insisteaI satisfied satisfiedwith tided tidedwitkthelr tlefletkthlr Ii with witkthelr 1 tkthlr their condition They sleep ia warm wanaud Ii and an d comfortable bunks They site a certain certainof certIaof Iof o i do O not have to worry about bUt at material lllaterialtIIID maltaIaings 1t thinge tIIID th ings They are Xe well eared for ht every everyway everyWIQ ece eceayT way w ay and this fact compensates te large largepart laqreJU1i part W I if not entirely for their loss la el f free freedom trce trceTblee t dom domThree enL enLThreeThree huMdred h hu dred mutates in I tbe work workbouse wet1cMuse wsrknceMuse he nce 3M laborers badly 1I wanted The beIII Scontrast c i in ear r minds it look Joe looks as 1C t eSe pan panof panof per perourof j par ge arMt 1 Taft says Y 78 Mr Bryan is a humorist humoristHeHe I t probably pr1 bases his b ststamtnt 1M t lt ltiIIlr upon uponMr o NJ Mr Iw a Bryans Bryu a declaration that the Presfktont PrnIkIeIIt Prod Prodalktont ide > al needs a Democratic Hous HOGle to help belwhim bet phim hi m along to glorySoraothlnR glory gktTSornolngSoraothlnR Som Ullng New cw Under the Sun SunWtea f fWlWl Wtea n Softmoa Omett declared there was aoth aothtag not notg I1 tag fa g new under the sun he had never con consMeredi sMered ji dered the possible ble future existence e of ofWisconsin ofWIIJeonsIa a IfaItWisconsin W Iucontls Had Ute socalled IIH wisest wtt of ofmen oCbeeR 0 Itmen m en been forewarned of the forthcoming forthcomingAmerican fortheomin 0g gAmerican A appearance appenrs ce of this great State Statewe Statiewe w e bav have no obttllat doubt that be would nave hove re retrained ye yeaiaedtrained fr aiaed from uttering utaeI1 tilt remark attruV attruVuteri otteR otteRted ttu uteri ted te him htm for or Wisconsin baa as undoubt undoubtedly I o edly dly come forward with something tlaW en entirely eurdy 5 tirely ti rdy new and unheard 1teR1d of under u tbe sun sunTbe suaThe am ampresentThe present State administration of ofWisconsin CWbtecmaIn aWisconsin refuses ref to accept any 1 furthertaxes fUTth fUTthaxestaxes tax t axes from tbe th downtrodden doynttWdeoexeept except and andatone an anloneatone a lone for school purposes purpolle8and and announces announcesthat an othat t hat tber tlIerfi teva I surplus abova all estimates estimatesof naatea naateaatof o f M8tel 11Stw


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