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Dozea Cld Members Re
elected or Certain lo
Bt While Thirteen Will
Held Their Setts.'
r JAMH A. CIX.ie.TON.
WK uow know for tbe mot
part Ihe personnel of the
new seuate. A few state
legislatures are yet aJ
locked beceus f our srebale method
of choosing aeDslors. and the results
is thrss out; not be knows, for
or erra weeks. In Georgia the legis
Utore will not gather till June to
name a mat to Oil the vacancjr caused
by the death of Senator t lay. now
temporarily occupied by former Gov
ernor TerrelL The Hoke Smith faction
1 la control, and it la not Ukel.v to elect
Terrell. A progressive Democrat will
presumably win. There la even talk of
the redoubtable Hoke himself.
Then are an even twelve member
of the present senate who h-ive been
or almost certainly will be re-elected
to the new one Claw of Minnesota.
Clark of Wyomlns. Culberson of Tex
a, Iu Font of lelaware. I- FoUette
of Wteconxin. Ixxljre of Massachusetts.
McCumber of North Dakota. Nixon of
Nevada, direr of Pennsylvania. Fage
of Vermont. Rayur.cf Maryland and
Sutherland of 1'Uh Two of these
are Democrats, two fmrrwlT Repub
licans and the remainder regular Ite
publicans- Out of twenty-one- regn
bra whose terms eml with thin ses
ion thirteen have been or will be de
feated. Because of several deaths there will
bo exactly twenty-fonr of the new sen
tors, an up usually large number. I
doubt If In the memory, of those now
Bring there were ever au equal num
ber of new senators at the beginning
Of any congress. j
Lippitt a Textile Xing;.
It at a startling fact that among
these entire twenty-four there is only
ooe regular Republican of the stand
pat variety. There are or will be six
progressive Republicans, and the re
mainder are Democrats. More signifi
cant still, the one ne regular Is from
Rhode Island and even la that state
got ta by the akin of his teeth. He Is
Henry F. Uppltt. head-of a big tex
tile company. Lippttt has never be
fore held a prominent office, but has
been In rK)lltV-s very much in. It is 1
'aid.-It is even averred that he wrote
the cotton schedule in the present tar
iff law. It la also worthy of note that
Uppltt received two Peuu ratfcr rotes
In his very clone contest. Just Lodge
received two Democratic rotes in Mas
sachusetts. . Me is fifty -five years of
George Payne McLean, who beat
Senator Bulkeley in Connecticut, says
bo Is progressive, but wants some
body bandy with a brake. McLean
la leading lawyer, a persuasive
speaker. Is fifty-three years old and
has ' held various" offices. Including
those of United States district attor
ney and governor. )
Charles Elroy Townsend, the victor
ever Senator Barrows in Michigan, is
also progressive. Despite the fact
that be lives In the railroad town of
Jackson. Townsend has been against
the railroads in his law practice and
as a representative in congress was
one of the authors of the famous rail
road rat bill. He is of a serious torn
of mind and la regarded by those near
est him as a "man of destiny." Since
ha Is only fifty-four years old It may
be as well to take note of Senator
Asle J. Gronna, who succeeds Sen
ator Purcell of North Dskota, Is at
present an Insurgent congressman
from that state. Tie was born In Iowa
In 1858, removed to North Dakota
where he was engaged In farming and
banking, held some minor offices and
baa been In congress for three terms.
Poindexter an Insurgent.
Miles Poindexter. the new senator
from Washington, is also an insurgent
congressman. Although be lives in
Bollinger's own state, he sided with
PI nc hot and then went bark home and
went the state despite the opposition
Of the national administration and of
Balllnger'a friends. Poindexter Is only
rorty-two years old, but has been a
supreme court Judge and is serving bis
first term In the house.
John D. Works, who replaces Flint
of California, was a soldier In the
Union army, having enlisted In 1803,
when be was fourteen years old, and
erring till the end of the war. He
has also been a supreme court Jndge
and has written several law book.
Just bow much of a progressive be Is
may be Judged by the following utter
Pioaisasiv Republicans an4 pmaresstve
Dsmoeiata srs so nearly silk that one
esn hsrdly toll Utsni spsrt. When th
Urns eomes for proareaslvs Demncrats
and progresslvs Rstiubllcans to combtns
against tbs money power snj th lnter
svi for tbe pretention of our free Instltu
Woos every true patriot will be found
Moing bands without reference to party.
Among tn new Democratic senator,
ef whom there ar to be sereuteen ac
. cording to present Indications, John
Worth Jfern of Indiana la perhaps the
beat tuown. Mr. Kern Is fsmons for
having been an unsuccessful candidate
for vice president and for being a very
successful cultivator of whisker. He
is sixty-one year old nd I. g rather
vigorous speaker whs is long on liom
ens, lit hat heM tereral offlcH gad
would bsve held others If th electo
rate: bad not prevented him.- Fdf on
thing, h wit Hty krtonley under
Mayor Tom Taggart in IndlanapolM.
' A welt knows Kara Is John
Sharp- WniUrtss, who riiHd Money
If The Morning InUrprls la to be aa successful ig the Interest of Oregon
City demand It muat need aav the support of !. The new dally laa
big work bfors K s) boostlttf Oregon City and Clscksmsg County. Touf
buptort Msa more etrsaurrh t tawork. . -
X7M Tfctt Hdj tt
For a litafiel tjjnj tie sWiUf ssatdrlKtee wtn be
SBPsenueis ssj rmsns;
itm r i 1 1 1 1 1 m.
Wf vau. 1 ywaw
Popular. Forecasts Place
Townsend of Michiaa
and Pomerene of Ohio
as Men of Destiny.
of Mississippi. It ta a rather strange
coinctdmce that Mouey b the vsnt
minority lead. uif the senate aud Wil
liams The former lulnorlfy leader of
the bouse. Speaking of the scholar In
Hlulcs. Williams ta one of Ihe best
educated man In our public life, hat
big taken -courses iu several -southern
uulrerslrie and at Heidelberg. i;erma
ay. where he was a schoolmate of the
kslser. He Is also one of the home
liest member aud best atory tellers In
congress. Ife is flfty-stx jear old and
la a lawyer and planter. Hi recrea
ttoo are writing Iltcal xvtry and
making IVui.wratic stump spce. hcs.
GUUrt M. Hltcbx k. tbe new sen
ator from Nebraska. also received. part
of his education In Germany. Although,
a lemocrat. Hitchcock Is the son of a j
former Republican senator and son In
law of a former Republican governor.
Lorrnso Ctvunse. Ills election to the
senate occurred forty years to the day
after the election of hi father. P.
Ilitchcock. The present Senator Hitch-
cock Is a lawyer and edit.. 1 'owner ,
of the Omaha World Herald, of which !
be once made ilium J. uryan eui .
tor. Is fifty -one years old and Is serv
Ing hi third term id the house. It i
now seems a moral certainry idji
Hitchcock will contend with hU for
mer frieod and chief. Bryan, for tbe
Democratic leadership of Nebraska.
Pomerene Self Made Man.
Poll t Ice turns tip strange flgnrea and
now and then bring forth a really
great man. It Is slNe that some
thing like that ha bapsned In tbe
case of Atlee Pomerene, the new sen
ator from Ohio. Personally Pomerene
ts something of a Puritan. Politically
HALF DOZEN OF THE NEW FACES THAT WILL BK SEEN IN TnB
Oil TED STATES SENATE AFTER MARCH -I
. j : .V
fells' m i
iI - -ji
Upper row Claude A. Swanson. Virginia; John W. Kern, India ua, and
Gilbert M. Hitchcock, Nebraska. Lower row George P. McLean, Connect!
cut; Charles F. Johnson. Maine, and James A. Reed. Missouri)
bo Is very much of a fundamental
Democrat. He Is forty-seven years
old. In youth be bad largely to make
the money to pay for bis education
and in addition bad to read all the
lessons to an almost blind half broth
er when th two went through Prince
ton together. He practice law in
McKinley's own town nt Canton and
was the only Democrat elected In the
county in ISsI, when McKInley reach
ed the presidency.
Pomerene wa then discovered by
Tom L. Johnson. Finding that the
young prosecuting attorney bad idea
on the taxation question, Johnson pro
cured bl appointment on tbe tax com
mission, of which Pomerene was made
secretary. Next Johnson put bim up
for governor to defeat Harmon, who
savored too much of reactlonism to
suit Tom L. Harmon beat Pomerene
In the convention, but this year the
Canton man' was given second place
on tbe ticket, a nomination be did not
want. Despite bis election as lieu
tenant governor be bc-ame candi
date for the senate. Against blm was
Edward W. Hanley, chairman of tbe
state committee. Pomerene challeng
ed Hanley to Joint debates, and when
tbe cauens wa held the honorable
chairman lind but ten votes.
Senator Pomerene doe not smoke.
drink or swear and ba no vices ex
cept politics. He can be, very firm on
occasion and is good speaker.
Johnion Old Style Democrat,
Of quit a different stamp Is-CIMFles
F. Johnson, the new senator from
Main. He la a Democrat of the old
school and If not conservative 1 at
least af and sane. He bag run for
governor one or twice tn Maine
drafted, of course, and not expecting
to be elected. II has also been can
didate for other office and haa been'
elected mayor of Watervltl and Dem
ocratic leader Of th bouse on two oc
casions. 'n is tb attorney of tbe
Main Centrsl railroad and vrl
corporations. Senator Johnson Is ilesi
ly nftywo years old and ts as war-
ssf ' - - 1
a .MJDsctibe to the
jttt own tnicfczi7
I astd U asU4 ta a4vwne4
MORNING ENTERPRISE, SATURDAY,
hearted and com pa a Ions Me
tut Kugeuo Hale cue) ami s"-
Jamea A. Reed. l el Gov
eras I. K. Prom is la the race te
succeed Senator Warner of Missouri,
was bom In Oblo la l.l. lie first re
moved to Iowa, when-be was educat
ed and etd.ed law. and U lWT l
to Kansas lily. Twelve jreara iatet
be was prosecuting attorney of the
ennntr and for two lenus was reiocss
mayor of Kashas City.
Because of Senator Elkine death
there are two new IVMoovrslIc seoa
tors from West Virginia. 'William K.
Chilton of Charleston, who succeeds
Senator rVott. missed by only one
rote being Democratic national com
mitteemaa In 1K He thought be
bad that victory cinched, but one snau
betrayed Mm. Chilton ts not stran
ger to Washington, wheATS la most
popular. He Is a wealthy man. but
has not as many American dollar a
Clarence W. Watson, who takea the
short term so briefly occupies oy i-
WAtsoi Worth Millions.
Watson is a muKlmlllloualre who
own coal mines, rast expanses ot
land, villages, fleets and railroads. He
la only about forty-four years old and
a few year ago created a sensation
In soclctv by wlnnlug a cool quarter
of a million In prlaee at the London
International horse show. Watson
started out early In the senatorial
game, traveled from county to county
and before the other aspirants bad
fairly awakened to the fact said he
hut thlnrs nrwtre much bis war.
whn el(Jr Klkin, cie.1 and
thef wo nator to elect. Wat-
M tW np w)IB chn,,, ,Bd the
m WM won A, nr4M tr
game was won.
the tales told la West Virginia.
Qm of (b(l flclUng i-Mfota of the
contest was the flight of tbe entire
Republican membership of the state
senate. As there are fifteen Repub
licans and fifteen Democrats tbe exodus-
left the body without a constitu
tional quorum, and Governor Glass
cock, a Republican, refused to recog
nlxe tbe senate as legslly organised.
So long as the fifteen Republican seu
atera remain In ClucltinatL out of
reach of the West Virginia aergeant-at-arnts,
there seem large obstacles
between Chilton and Watson and those
coveted seat In Washington.
W. A. Blount, who la to be tbe new
senator from Florida, bas unique
distinction. He U corporation attor
ney who refuses to lobby for bis cli
ents In tbe legislature. He puts In
bis brief tn the case, and there his
service end. He U attorney for the
Louisville and Nashville railroad and
various other concerns, but says bl
connection end the moment be re
ceive hi certificate of election.
Former Governor Napoleon B. Brow
ard, truly progressive Itemocrat, wa
orginally elected In the primaries to
succeed Senutor Taliaferro, but died
before be could take bis seat, and
Blount wa chosen in his stead.
Thornton'! Election Sealed.
Two of the new mocratic aenutor
to fill vacancies caused by death are
John H. Thornton of Louisiana and
Claude A. Swansou of Virginia. Judge
Thornton was chosen after peculiar
tangle. The ' legislature chose Gov
ernor Sander for senator, but after
It adjourned be declined and appointed
Thornton, The question was raised
to Sanders' power to do this under
the constitution, wbereuKn the legls
lature met one more and removed the
doubt by electing Thornton.
As for Senator Swanson, bis career
bas ting of tbe romantic. When
a boy his father financial reverses
compelled him to quit school and work
on a rarm, clerk in a store and do
other thing to earn bl way. He
managed to procure a university edu
cation and went Mpklly to the front
Despite tbe fact, tbat be Is only forty-
lght year old be ba already been in
congress more tban twelve years and
governor of Virginia four ,year.
On March 4 there will also b new
Democratic senators from New York.
New Jersey, Tennessee. Colorado and
Montana and presumably a new pro
gressiva Republican from Iowa tbat
la, there will be if a aufaclent number
r Keys ars found to unbolt alt th
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Merniaej ssiterarsse eaa e feVfosj.
FE13RUARY 4, 1911.
" Flaaoa' Fass.ly Msl Call.
fnlesa sever IHuess iu hi faml'j
prevents. girl who has Ju.t b.s,"ooK
engaged must wall for her fuluri fcu
band s family to rsll uu ber - Tbs
reason for thU 1 olvo . She U
bout to become a member of another
family. If aba bt welcome here Its
members will hasten to) greet her; If
be Is not they will stay way. ssys
Roaauaa Schuyler. She may not wake
the first call, for then she 1 In the
position of forcing her aco,ualniac
upon tbeov and If ther are Inconald
rat she may be sub)$ted to snub
bing. Courtesy ! good form -demand
that, evea If a gtrl 'I wot altogether
wek-oms to ber future -In laws." 4hey
hall call upoa ber soon aa they
know of the engagemeut. or If loey
fall to do so It Is an announcement
to tbe world that tbey are displeased
It Is lwsys tbe iart of wlsdoia'to
keep knowledse of private family mat
ter from tbe public, and so It ts that
wossaa wlU go u see ber swua sa
cee, even though she may wlsb tbe
engagenteat did not elst.
Tbe only juatlnable excus ror tno
UW wotuaa'a not going at oofi la IU
aess os) ber part or thst of ber fsmlly
or good and surtVlent resson why
she should not receive (he gtrl. A
srotuaa of any rtprrieuco will beslUtO
before sbt will make such a sweeping
condemnation of young woman whom,
ber son experts to marry.
- If a young anau's father should call
upon his tutor daughter In law It ts
conslderM a mark of courtesy, but Is
not required, for the visit of thr older
woman means bis ssnction lo the en
gagesuent. If young man who has ls-come en
gaged ba any aisters they, too, must
call Immediately ujsn Ms fiancee, even
though tbey may not have known ncr
On ber part she Is to rw-etv sucn
rlslta with cordiality and good feeling.
If for any reason sh bs not cared
much fr her fiance's family and has
known them any former lack of friend
liness 8iiusrlH removed sa l-tss
coat of effort, for It I both 111 bred
and stupid for gtrl not tn bo oa rd
terms with ber future busband rela
tires, and If ae-snry she must over
look everything not Inconsistent with
self, ressj-t la ber endeavor to bavt
pears, even Jf only on tbe surfsc,.
If th young nun s fsmlly liv In an
other city Ihey are supiswed to make
their welcome through letters written
at one to tbe girt. She may not b
the first to write any mors than sb Is
A Dinner Danes.
For a dinner dance the hostess Is
sues two different sets of invitation.
one to.tbfsse persons whom she wishes
first to entertain at dinner, and Inylta
tlona to these would be ber regular en
graved dinner cards, with tn words
-dancing at 11" written in the lower
left band corner, and one to thnsst
whom she wUbea to ask In for th
dancing only, snd these would be ber
regular "nt home" cards, with 'danc.
Ing at ll written In the lower left
hand corner, trr for a small party ah
may us In pise of th latter ber vis
iting card, with th date under ber
nam In tbe lower left band corner.
"Dancing at 10M."
When dam- ts to b tbe occasloo
of Introducing a; young woman Into so
ciety either the first or th second of
tbe forms given above may be used
A hostess In sending out Invitation
for a danc should carefully consld
r what dancing pac sb will bava
at her disposal, whether the entertain
ment Is to b given in ber own house
or In a hotel suit rented for the occa
Ion. To crowd a atnall, narrow. 111
ventilated drawing room with dancers
Is grievous mistake. Two small
dances will please better than one no
A man should never speak of bl
sister or fiancee Miss Anybody, bnt
Just her Christian name. If you ar
engaged to Agnes William and ar
announcing tbe fact, don't say yon
re going to marry "Mis" Agnes Wll
Hams, but Ague William.
A woman should not speak of ber
husband a "Mr. Seymour." It ts pre
tentious, but tbe custom If so thor
oughly Ingrained In this country to
make people oblivious of It Impro
prlety. For woman to speak of ber
husband as "Mr." So-and o to any on
but an Inferior is a specie of anub.
A woman should alwaya ay "My hus
band" to acquaintances and "Ben" or
"Fred" to her friend.
Signing OnVs Nsma.
"Should widow Use ber husband
name on ber visiting card or ber own
Christian namej Should aha be Mrs.
Cyril Smith or tin. Charlotte Bmltbl
la signing one'a name to a letter how
la it usual to Indicate whether wo
man Is married or single?""
A widow may ne her discretion.
At present It la customary for ber to
continue using the am form sb did
In ber buiband'a lifetime. In lgn
Ing your ha me writ it simply Mary
Brown or Emma James, and put Ml
In brackets in on Instance tod lira.
John or Robert M brackets In Ox
A KICKINQ H0RIK
Lead to a Family Feud In a Nearby
'. " Neighborhood.
A cane In Juattee Samson's court
Friday was that of Levi Btebmaa vs
Bphralra James, action for money. ' II
ZLV"? I9. rr tn4 tdo" "
arable tlmd for the attorneys to argue
rnl 1 "t' the
ownosltUn. presented the Jury said
Kicked hie buggy- to niocea " v.
waat UfA W jgf
dmage to hi. buggy U
SntHwtbe for the Dally BntergrWe.
BALL TEAMS TO
Major League Clubs Preparing;
For Annual Spring Stunts.
L0K6 TRIPS ARE ABANDONED.
Wllh tn staeeptl f etesi Hed
Ne Tesm Will Trvsl Any Qrsst
Di.tsneswreeslyn Will KmM
f tartars ts tssth.
WHERE MAJOR LEAGUES.!
WILL 00 RIN0 WORK, t
WrssMsatsa ' Atlanta. Oa.
AthWtk-s Mvsnnas. .
...ln , IslUornla
Ns York Alhsns. Os.
rvnrott atonme. 1-
Oevstand Alssssorts, t-a.
Cnk-sso Mlnrsl Sprins. Tsa.
L Ixula ,.Het atnas. Ar.
Nw Tor .... Msrtla gprtns, Ts-
L Louis ....
Hut Ktwlsss. Aril.
.Hot Sprint. Ark.
.Hot Uprises. Ark.
.West lUJsn, Ind.
Msnsgers of tbe vsrlou pennant ,
chasing cluU are giving nearly all
their attention to plana for tbs spring
training of their teBuvWlh the eg
ceptkto of tbe lloaton "lied - tout
training lrta have been atandned.
It baa often, though not Invariably.
been tbe rase Ibat a good training trip
nt a great deal to a team. The
Chtcsgo 1Mb, for instsoce, woo four
chswplooahlps la nve years and train
ed each spring at a different place, la
190)1 they did prartlrally no training
t all ITesldmt Charley Mun-by bad
the klea that Cbamismign. IIL. would
be the proper pla-e. ,
ftnow drove the learn mil of tbe col
lege Iowa after a week of Idleness.
They hurried to Vlcksburg. where ralu
allowed only a"day6fso of work.
Tbey weat to Atlanta and again were
prevented from working by rain. All
the real work Ibe team got was In
hlbltlon games north of tb liblo river.
Yet they won tbe pennsntjisml dowir
"""Wftuln a few-weeks re"rts will
come from Ibe training ramps lauding
the youngsters being tried out Few
players get regular )obs on Ibe strength
of tb work don In Ihe training sea
son.' Tbey must make good In a real
ball game before tbey ran lay aay
Claim to bavlug upheld their end.
Leng Trig Fee Red .
President John I. Tsylor of the To-
ton Red Hoi ha paped out tbe long
eat trip ever taken by any baseball
rluh. Tbe player will leave on Feb.
1 and go to California by way of Chi
cago. The team's training will be done
t Iledondo, Just ootsld of los An
geles. Th club will use two special
trains and Nve on Ihem. The Itinerary
will cover about "...W) mllre.
With a perfect baseball diamond end
well-prepared - rJarlngfield-a waiting
them, tbe Clients will again do tbetr
training at Msrlln ftprlng, Tei. They
will begin practice under MrGraw'
eye Feb. ta
Manager 111 Chase of the New Tork
Americans eipecta to have twenty
men or more at work at Athena. Oa.t
by March 13. On March I be will have
tbe Older members of tbe team report
to him at Hot ftprtngs for a two week'
fay. when tbey will leave to Join the
recruits at Athens.
Early Start Fee Dodgers.
Manager BUI Dahlen of th Brook
lyn! will have his men at Hot Spring
by Feb. 10. Tbey will remain there
until March IT, after which the team
will divide Into two snnada and work
their way north.
Fred Clarke of the rtttsbnrgs will
have the Pirates at West Baden on
March 7. They will remain there until
March' 17 end go to. Hot "prlngs.
where, the clnb bas trained for several
year. They will remain -there until
Tbe Philadelphia club will start for
Its training grounds at Birmingham,
AU., Feb. 28, In charge of Charley
Dooln. Three week will be spent In
Birmingham, when the club will split
Into two teams and work 'north.
Clark Otimth of th Cincinnati Red
will send bis pitchers and catchers to
Hot Spring, Ark., on March 1. Two
weeks later tb other members of the
team will go aoutb. .
Cub Fee New OHtsns.
President Murphy of the Chicago
Cube bas once more made arrange
ment for his team to train at New
Orleans The player will report there
tbe first week tn March. They will
he gin regular games at once, aa Char
ley Frank, manager of tbe New Or
lean club, baa ordered bis players to
report by March 10. The Cuba will
also play a series of game with sever
al American league teams.
Roger Bresnahan Bt. Louis Crdl
als will report at West Baden about
March 15. After a ten day stay the
team will return to BL Louis.
Fred Tenney's Boston rustlers will
do their training at August a, Oa., leaf
ing for that town on March 16.
Iloghey Jennings of the Detroit
Tiger mad aa extended tour of tbe
aoutb before be finally elected Mon
roe, Uf ao the training piece of the
1911 Tigers. Some veterans. Including
the pitchers, will train at Hot "Spring.
By March 1 the entire team wUl report
After peellnj apple drop them Into
cdld water.' fhla will prevent their
becoming discolored. '
"iftVtrP'l'L atitTomer I
thU apc4. tliher get. t e
Nrlenag wnneeeeary. Jeal-
2L"J4 M4 t
y will tlhl hl4 i.U M44
sv"w ttj OsTVasTs9a A
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in aavance suDscnoers as roiiu
By taailf t ycat f .
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. County. Your support na!
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