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IN THE NATIONAL HALLS OF CONGRESS
Friday, Juno U.
Washington, Jiinn H, Tbo nenato to
day listened to to nul speeches, mm
by Morgan In support "I his resolution
providing (or Investigation by n sen
iito committed o( tho affairs of tint Inlo
'ol Pines, nml tlio ollnir by Hopkins In
ippnaltloii to tlio mm luvitl canal mil.
Neither mtuisunt wna seted on. Homo
limit mm alau spent In considering tlm
Illstrlut of Columbia appropriation
WnliliiKton, Juno H. With tho ex
millnii nl mi Imilr (MHlit on tirtmlon
legislation, In which tlinii !IJ7 hilts for
.tho relief of Uivll nml Spanish Amnrl
cnn war veterans worn passed, thn
liouir labored today on llm iiimlry civil
hill, making much headway,
Under thu load of Knllttf, ol umo,
tlio Iioiiio refused to transport silver
colna nml otlmr money liy reglnterrd
null, Insisting Hint lliell transpotta
t on ilionlil tut handled liy tlm tuprccs
companies. During tlm niKiliiinitH It
no contended that tlm Welt mul Houlli
mied silver dollars for circulation.
Thursday, Juno 7.
Washington, Jiimt 7. Tint lenato to
Inv rn-Ml tlm milt lilll hltl'k to Confer
inre, alter n debate, on several topics,
which ended In tlio rejection ol lliucon
(ililivtliiii m iiimlii hv Tlllmmi to
nny effort to Instinct tlm conferees, as
proposed, hy Hum, who limn withdrew
Ilia motion llnil It waa tlm fotiro of tlio
senate (lint nu railroad employes mul
tlirlr families alionhl no exempt iroui
tlio siitl-paas amendment.
Wsshluittnn. Juno 7. Ilnpresontu
tlvn Prince In llm hoiiii today ilurliiK
tlm discussion of tlm atimlry civil hill
mikn of tlm anti-pats amendment to
tlm tallroad hill nil I of tlio hill Itaolf
nml Ina sted tl.ul tlm country miuld
hold tlm hntiao primarily rrnpoiiallilo
for depriving I. Stiil.l 111 rallaay nm
litems, as well na members ol tlmlr
iamlllis. ol freo IrauntiorlHtloii; like
wise persona actually mul necessarily in
Vhargo of livestock, wlio mo iiepriveti
of free ttitisKirtallin when going In
Hiliil of shipment or ruttirnliiK Iroui
jKiliit o! dollrory.
Wednesday, Juno 0.
WabIiIuuIoii. Juno 0. Whim tho
conference report on tlm railroad rate
111 wna Inkmi up by tlm arnalo today,
tlm mill pAta conference amendment re
ceived tlm attention of Hpootmr. In
tho main Im rmlorard tlm prnhlhltlon
of passes, hut ho cuuterdrd that there
Vhould be exceptions, Including railroad
mployei. Congress lind no right, lie
aid, to itep Letween cmpolycr and
Vlilmrtnn. June. 0. The considera
tion hy tho house of the aundry clvl
'-ipproprlatloti hill In commttlie of tlm
whole today waa niailo the occaalon of
tiomu severe strictures by Democrats of
tlm heads of iltinartments for exceedlnn
tlmlr legal powern, Hulllvaii, of Massa
hurrlts, IcadiiiK Dm attack.
Thwiihv. In nitilalnlni tho tirovlstnal
of tho hill, which denla with all dupnrt
iimnta of tho government and la the
!imxt to tlm last monoy hill to ho noted
on hy tlm hoiuo, etnted thnt thn total
ppropilallou for tho aundry olvll ex
pemea for tho IIhchI yeiir UIII7 mrrlod
hy thla hill It tlM.nV.'.lnO. Of tlm
total nmoiint '.'5,-tot),ri76 la for tlm
I'rtiinmn cnnnl nml In rlmiiuriaiiio
from tho jirocerda of tlm itnlo of hondi
t.i mlillilnii In llila ml in. lhn ntnntllit
carried fur rlvor nml hnrlior ncta, hihI
napet'lnlly liy tlm act pnimsi ni urn mil
'tieaalou of ronri'BH, la In coxiaa of thu
liunnuut niiproprlHled in tlm current
law for tlmt purposo hy 0,771,011.
Tuesday, June C
WueliltiKtoii, Juno 5. llnforn tho
tennto hnd heutiu hualneBB In earncat
today Rfiintor Halo took tho Hoar to
ur(0 thu linporUnco of nil poraihle
romntneits ill too dlapoiltloii nl tlir
"Thla," ho eald, "la nbiolutoly ne
eeearv if wo nro roIiik to ndlourn co
foro tho end of thla mouth, nml do the
ory hoat wo may It will bo tlm vary
aat ilnva ol tho month hoforo wo enn
lonalhly nut throunh."
Ho kvo notico inni uiuietiinioiy
ftur tho cloao of tho rotitlm moriilntJ
ihualncaa today ho would inirn to take
up tho mvnl appropriation hill, mid h
KKi'ateu Hint tula mil eiiouui no ni
mul liv other nniironrlatloit hllla
ovon to tho exolualon of oonferonco re-
porta. Ho called attention to tho lad
Ncb-aikn Dalka at Drydock.
Reatllo. Juno 65 Tho hattloahln Ne
livnaL-n It.il1ll at 1nvt limn.. Irllul
twlco thla morning to et buck to hor
lock and each time was ewung away
from tho alln hy a heavy wind and a
atronx ulil) tide. Onco alio cumo near
rnmniliiK tho compony'a dry dock and
tho second tltno narrowly escnpod oraaN
Iiik into tho raoiflo Cnaat company's
coal hunkors. Then tho attempt was
Klvon up nud the hoat'takon out to a
city buoy. Tho hattloshlp was taken
out Saturday for a preliminary trial
-" - " - ' " "--
that thorn urn al of llm IiIk npproprln
tlou hllla ntlll unacted on hy the ecu
nto. Wnnhliiutori, Juno rt. In many par
lloiihira toilny waa n "red loiter" day
In tlm houao, not only In tho nuuihor
of hllla punned, hut In tho Kunnral i'Iihp
ncter of tho IckIMuiIoh eimctvd, What
hlila fair to cauau vudleaa trouble, tlm
naturallxatlon hill, waa panned under
Rtiapeiinlou of thn rule, thn speaker
and tlm Kontleuian IncharKoof the hill,
IlouyiiKo, of Colorado, doing team work
of n auporlor kind,
The hotinn refuned to pani a hill lean
Iiik to a private firm or corporation the
right to initio coal on tlm Inland of Ila
lau, In tho Philippine group. altliDDgli
It wna atnteil that nucli a leana would
decrenno the ainounl paid hy thn gov
eminent lor roal very ronnldeiahly.
I'or two bourn thn hounn workml uu
der aiiipenalon of tlm rules. Tho rent
of tlm dny wna taken up with thn pats
ago of hllli hy tiuanlinotia connent.
Monday, Juno 4.
Washington, Juno 4. Arthur I'ue
(loriuan, United Htaten senator from
Maryland, died suddenly nt bin teal
ilenco in thla city nt V :0ft o'clock thla
morning. While Keunlor Gorman had
liven III for many uionthn, ho hnd
shown somo linprovernrnt lately. Heart
trouble wai tho immedlnto canto of
Washington, June A. -The senate nd
Jouriied today linmixllately upon re
ceiving tlm announcement of Heuator
(Joruiau'a death. No hutlneai what
ever waa traniactol, even tlm rending
of the Journal bring dispensed with.
Theio wak an uuuntial number of sen
Htorn present, and nil wern Imprcried
hy tlm rolmenlly of tho occaalon. Ap
proirlnto resolutions were adopted and
a committee to attend lhn funeral wna
appointed, na follna; Itayner, AIM
son, Morgan, Hale, Aldrlch, Telltr,
(Ullinger, Hlklna, Martin, Tillman,
Clay, frponuer, Kean, lUlley, lllack
hum, Clark, of Montana, and Orerman
Alter thn senate adjourned tlm denk
and chair formerly occupied hy Henator
(lornian were draped In black, in ac
cordance with the custom In audi cases.
Tho house also appointed n committee
to attend the funeral.
The house adjourned when the an
nounrement of the death of Mr. Gor
man was mado.
Tho house panted n hill creating a
United Hiatus District court for China,
Tim Judge la to receive an appointment
.'or 16 years at a salary of $8,000 and
cxpentea when on circuit. Tho district
attorney Is to receive $4,000 and ex
pensea and the marshal $3,000 and ex
Saturday, June 2.
Washington, Juno 2. Tho greater
part of tlm day waa spent by the cenatu
in discussing the resolution Directing
llm purchase of Panama canal supplies
In America, unless tho price waa nxtor
tlonate and unreasonable. Mallnry'a
motion to atrlko out tho word "extor
tionate" wna lost, 30 to 10. Carmack
aottght to limit tlm government's action
to n preference tor goods of homo man
iifauturo, other conditions being rqual
It waa lost, 3D to 17. Uncoil wanted
no higher prices paid for American
goods tbiin tlm American manufacturer
charged abroad for tlm samo article
Thla went down, 37 to 16. Culberson
wanted goodn purchased In the cheapest
markets; lost, 3H to 10. An amend
merit piopoeed hy I'ettua limiting tho
purchase to the lowest reaponolblo bid
der waa adopted.
Tho hill was passed, 30 to 10.
Washington, Juno 1!. What might
have been a serious parliamentary snarl
was doxtrnusly avoided hy Speaker
Cannon late this afternoon In tlm house
of representatives, when Murphy, of
Mlbsourl, rono to present what ho do
nominated n privileged resolution. The
conforenctf reports on tho rato nud the
statehood bills had been made and or
derod printed, when the Missouri con
grensmau preiented n resolution re
nclndlng tho action of tho housu nond
lug tho statehood bill to conference and
providing for a vote on tho senate
Payne, of New York, loader of tho
majority, instantly iniulo tho point
that tho resolution ws not privileged.
Tho speaker, with smiling faco, hold
that tho resolution was not privileged,
as tho papors in tho caao wero with
Oppose Wlckersham's Confirmation,
Washington, Juno 4. Senators Nel
son nnd McCumber aro preparing to
mako a long filibuster in executlvo sob
slon to dofoat tho confirmation of JuJgo
Wlckroshnm, of Alaska, Thoy aro
compiling pamphlets and documents
bearing on tho cano in any nunner
whatsoever, and propose having them
read at length to coniumo t'mo. One
senator said today that If this filibus
ter keeps up Wickershatn will get every
voto in the senate save thoso of Nelson
and McCumber. Their play for tlmo
Is decidedly unpopular.
DAD DEEF 8LEW SOLDIERS,
General Miles Says Disclosures Aro
Not Now to Him.
Kaunas City, Juno 6. Ocncrnl Nel
son A. MIHn, who In hero on his way
to Colorado to address tho Htnto uni
versity nlmidonln, said tonight:
"Tho disclosures about beef nnd
other packing house products now bo
lug exploited nro no nows to mo. I
know it seven years ago. I told what
I knew then. Had th matter been
taken up at that tlmo thousands of
lives would havo been saved. The
adulteration of food products is the co
lossal crime of tho times.
"I believe that .1,000 United States
soldiers lost their llvos because of adul
terated, Impure, poisonous meat. The a
Is no way of estimating tho number of
aolldnrs whose health was ruined by
eating impure food. I know only of Its
harvest among the soldiers and can
only guess how many Uvea It has cost
"I havo n barrel of testimony on the
ruhject in the way of affidavits that I
collected when I made my Investiga
tion seven years ago. Tlio investigat
ing committee idonod tho caao and re
fused to hear the 200 witnesses wh tm I
had ready. At that time I could ban
secured tho testimony of 100,000 men
that tho canned beef sold to tho army
waa Impure, ndaltornted nud unwholo
WATER DELAYS TRAFFIC.
Cloudbursts on the Columbia Play
Havoc with O. R. & N. Tracks.
Tho Dalles, Or., Juno 4. As the re
sult of a series of heavy rains yesterday
atern wo, culminating in a severe
cloudburst at one point, three bad land
slides have occured on tho O. It. it N.
roadway In consequence of which there
is another blockade of tralllc, although
a largo force haa been sent to tho aceno
of disaster, and hopes aro entertained
tht the tiacka will bo cleared today.
Two of the slides took place between
Qiilnn and Illalock, and are rach fully
300 feet wide, with from one to seven
feet of debris deposited on the tracks.
The worst slide, however, occured nl a
point three miles east of illalock, where
a heavy clouduurst came down the
canyon and carried out three bents of
tho railroad bridge, cutting out a ditch
35 feet In width and 18 feet deep.
A force of 2C0 men was sent out from
this place In response to the demands
of the situation along tho main lines,
while 60 additional men wero dispatch
si to tho Columbia Southern lino at
H'ggs, where steady showers havo pre
vailed all day, delaying tho trains, but
causlnu no washouts of the tracks.
Ho far as known there wore no fa
TO PROTECT NIAGARA FALLS.
House Committee Regards Jurisdic
tion of U. S. Unquestionable.
Washington, Juno 6. Chairman
Ilurton, of tho house rivers and harbor
committee, has submitted a report
upon the bill to protect Niagara falls.
Tho report says in part:
"Tho rommltteo regards tho Jurisdic
tion of tho United States ovor Niagara
river as unquestionable, becauso It Is a
navigable stream in tho greater part of
ts length.'' Tho bill authorises:
Tho Issuance of permits to individu
als, companies or corporations already
using water to tho extent to which
w uteri a now being used.
Tlm Issuanro of further permits both
for tho diversion of water on the side
of tlm United Stales and for the trans
mission of electricity created by water
power from the Canadian sido; this,
bow ever, In all cases, with tlm limita
tion thnt such penults shall not impair
tho scenlo grandeur of Niagara falls,
the navigability of the rlvor or its In
tegrity as a lioundary stream.
All permits to be granted under the
bill-are revocable within three years by
tho secretary of war and shall In any
event terminate nt the expiration of
Raforms In Turkey.
Washington, June 6, Some commer
cial reforms in Turkey aro reported by
Vice Consul General Smlth-Lyte, of
Constantinople, to tho Ilureau of Man
ufscturers, The organisation of a
board of English merchants there has
accomplished the opening of bonded
warehouses, nnd is demanding tnoro fa
cility in customs operations, suppres
sion of the I led jus stamp, free access
on boaid, freo importation of foreign
securities, with tho exception of lottery
bonds, and suppression of tho diftlcul
(lea in connection with tho frootrnvol.
Strikers Shoot Guards.
Cleveland, O., June 6. - Fifteen
guards wore shot in a riot with striking
miners at Stoubenville this evening.
Frantic telegrams havo been sent to tho
governor by tho sheriff for militia.
The situation is very critical and moro
trouble is imminent.
In a Condensed Form for Our
HAPPENINGS OF TWO CONTINENTS
A Rosumo of tho Loss Important but
Not Less Interesting Events '
of tho Past Week.
A great naval review Is planned by
A hurricane in Southern Ontario has
done much damage.
Greece and Kouman'a have severed
Crutnpackrr denies that congress has
authority to require meat Inspection.
The people of the Philippine Minds
ynvo $8,607 to the San Fran li.-o relief
Another high official of the Pennsyl
vania railroad has been implicated in
The president Is likely to win his
meat inspection fight, though opposi
tion Is strong.
The rzir has summoned his ministers
lo a council, and a chango in affairs
Paclflj coast Democrats are booming
Governor Chamberlain, of Orgun, for
tho nomination for the presidency.
Kx-Governor W. P. Whyto haa been
appointed United States senator from
Maryland to succeed tho Into Binitor
Of the total revenues nf tbe United
States more than three fit lis Ii annual
ly expanded on the army and navy and
pension roll. For the pri sent jcat 1 10
tital of the three, cxpeniis is $376.
0611,710, out of a total revenue of
Kojrstventky, Linlevitch and other
Ilus-Un olllcers aro to bo courtmar
tialed. Guatemalan rebels are gaining In
llrundige, of Arkansas, denounces
Iloosevelt for increasing White Hcuce
Tho Indiana Democratic convention
has endorsed Ilryan.
Tornadoes in Minnesota, Wisconsin,
Kansts and Michigan destroyed much
propovty aud caused the loss of six
Tho military authorities aro grad
ually withdrawing nil of the govern
ment troops frutn San Francisco.
The union between Norway and Swe
den has been dissolvd x year.
Three of tho Spnnlsh gunboats cap
tured by Dewey at Manila have been
sold for old Junk, bringing $0,000.
District Attorney Jerome, of New
York, is accused of accepting life in
surance money during the recent cam
paign and felony charges havo been
died against him.
Tho returns of Oregon's election from
a largo number of precincts throughout
tlm slate are securely locked up in the
ballot boxes instead of bavin been sent
to tho rel-k of thu county in which the
precinct is Itcated.
South Dakota Republicans advocate
Hunger strikes in Russian prisons
aro causing riots.
Missouri Democrats havo declared for
Bryan for president.
Meat packers nro planning in organ
IriUlon to kill Iloosevelt politically.
Wholesale arrests hnvo been mado at
Parcolora, Spain, for the attack on
Joo Tung t.ee, a Chinaman, won the
second priio nt the City of New York
university In an oratory contest.
The four mailed schooner Volunteer
has gone on tho rocks near Tolnt Aren
as, California. Her crew is in great
, John M. Ewon, n Chicago engineer
of repute, predicts theaters nnd facto
ries underground in the great cities of
tho world in a few years.
An anarchist plot in Patterson, N.
J to kill the king of Italy and two
other sovorolgns Mas been detected and
tho would-be assassin arrested.
France will levy an Income tax to
meet a doflcit In government expenses,
Thoronie statue of the late Presi
dent McKlnloy, which will bo orccted
vt Columbus, Ohio, has been complet
ed. The statue weighs 0,000 pounds.
Tho Husslan parliament is rushing a
bill to abolish tbo death penalty.
Packers deny the charges made
against them and say they did not get a
Further trouble has occurred between
striking miners and guards at Stouben
Hud OnlnmA nn lfonnrnblt I'lnee
Amiinir Otir flreni Men.
After hnvlnir lingered between Ilfo
nnd dentil with a complication of din
en Hex for tnoro than n week, Cnrl
Krtiurz, tho famous publicist, editor and
stntexmnn, passed awny at his homo In
Now York City.
From a poor Immigrant, landing In
this country when ho wna 23 yenrs old,
Cnrl Kohura worked Ida wny upward to
u position In tho foremost ranks of pub
lic life. Tlio story of thla Immigrant
boy rend moro like n volume of Juven
ile fiction, with tbo hero always good
nnd true nnd struggling for high Ideals,
thnn n recital of Incidents which make
up tlw career of tho great publicist. As
ntnterunan, soldier, editor nnd thinker,
Mr. Hchurz held the respect of tbo best
dement of this country, nnd mnny of
thoso wlio fought sldo by sldo with him
In tho many buttlM for civic righteous
ness In which ho took a leading prt be
lieve It ImpoMslblo for tho country to
moasuro tbu full vnlue of his serviced
Tho life of Schurz was full of ad
venture, nnd Interesting details. He
was Iwrn nt I.lblnr, near Cologne, Prus
sia, on March '2, 183). Ho was edu
cated nt tbo Gymnasium of Cologne and
subsequently at the University of lloun,
which ho entered In 1S40.
Gottfried Ktnkcl, poet, philosopher
nnd patriot, wlio had married Carl
Hchurz's cousin, was professor of
rhetorics In tbo university. After the
revolution of ISIS had broken out Kin
kel headed nn Insurrvctlon, was cap
tured nnd condemned to Imprisonment
for twenty yenrs. Schuns was engaged
In the defense of Itnstadt, a town nnd
fortress In linden, when It was cap
tured. Ho bid In u shed for three days
nnd dually escaped through n svcr
and made his way to Switzerland aud
Uicnco to Parts. There, disguised as
an organ grinder, he effected the rescuo
of Klnkel, who accompanied him to
England, Schurz supported himself In
London for a while, teaching German
nnd writing letters to German news
pnporH, heforo ho catno to tho United
States 111 1652.
When Schurz landed In New York he
could neither speak nor wrlto tbe En
glish language, nud the political ban
ners of Pierce nnd Scott which spanned
llroudwny were a soro puzzle to him.
Yet three years nftcrwnrd he was ad
mitted to tho bar In Jefferson, Wis.,
nud Immediately entered tbe struggle
ngulnst tho aggression of slavery, for
which the Republican party wns rap
idly organizing. Schurz worked mainly
through tho Germans of tho Northwest,
nnd the years after landing In this
country the Immigrant loy wns nom
inated for Lieutenant Governor of Wis
consin nud came within 200 votes of
In ISM Schurz took an active part
In the Lincoln-Douglas campaign In Illi
nois, and It wns during this tlmt he
formed u friendship with Lincoln which
was ended only liy tbo death of tho
President. In ltvl) Schurz went to lion
ton, where Iw mado mi address oil True
Amorlcnnlsiu, which wna commented on
nil over tho country. One reading tho
siccch would find It hard to believe
that It wus written by a mail who suv
en years beforo could not speak En
glish. A year tifter making this address Mr.
Schurz was elected chairman of tho Re
publican national convention hi Chi
cago, and supported tho nomination of
Mr. Soword to the last After tho con
vention ho spoko lu vurlous States of
tbe Union, and on tho accession of
Abraham Lincoln to tho presidency Mr.
Schurz was appointed minister to
Spain. He reached Madrid lu July,
but nfter he realized how groat a strug
gle tho Civil War was to be be was
recalled nt his own request In Decem
ber ho was appointed n brigadier gen
eral of volunteers, Mr. Schurz com
mnnded n division of tho Eleventh
Corps uuder HownnL fought with Fre
mont nnd Slgel, nnd ended his service
under Sherman In North Carolina.
After tho war Mr. Schurz was ap
pointed n special commissioner to ro
port ou tho condition of tho seaboard
nud gulf states, nnd after thnt ho bo
enmo a special correspondent of the
Now York Tribune. In 1800 ha becama
editor of tlio Detroit Post and n year
Inter ho moved to St Louts, wbcro ha
purchased nu Interest In the Wcstlleha
Post, of which ho took charge. In 1800
Mr. Schurz was elected United States
Senator from Missouri.
Ho found himself very soon forced to
oppowi tho tendencies dovclopcd by tha
strenuous war period In tho party to
which ho had boon wnrmly dovoted,
and ho threw asldo tho party yoko by
opposing tho plans of President Grant
Tho first open difference enmo with tho
submission to the Senato of tlio treaty
for tho annexation of Santo Domingo,
which ho fought with nil bis energy.
In tho Liberal Republican movement
ho took a prominent part nnd was
chairman of the Cincinnati convention
which nominated Ilornco Greeley. Ho
wna actively engaged In tho Ohio can
vnsM, supporting tbo election of Hayes
ns Governor on a hard monoy plat
form, and ho also took an active part
In tho presidential campaign which re
sulted In tho election of Hayes. In 1877
ho was apjxdnted to a sent In tbo cab
inet It was whllo Socrotary of tho In
terior thnt Mr. Schurz put Into opera
tion tho principles nnd mothods of civil
scrvlco reform, aoven yenrs beforo their
adoption by law.
Although Mr. Schurz held no public
ofUco after bis retirement from tlw cab
inet his Influence In public affairs wan
felt almost to tho end of his llfo. Ho
was a powerful antagonist of machlna
politic, and because of his strong fol
lowing his co-oporntlon In all reform
movements was welcomed.
VSen the Her. Frank Itltchlo of St
Ignatius' Church In New York wan rec
tor of the Church of tho Ascension In
Chicago, he wns most popular with
his blehop because of his extremely
high church ritualism nnd was known
ns the "black sheep of tho diocese," At
n general gathering of tho clergy, Fatlr
cr Itltchlo was paired off with tho only
colored rector In tho bishop's Jurisdic
tion. Tho clerical wits Joked about it
"Tho two black sheep of tho dloccso
walked togethor,' remarked one of
thotu. Tho colored brother, a broad
churchman, hnpiwned to overhear tbo
"I should like to know what I hnvo
done?" he demanded with rancor.
It was not long nftcrwnrd that Fath
er Itltchlo went to preach In this sama
colored rector's church, nnd ho was In
troduced In this manner:
"Father Itltehle will preach this even
ing. Heforo tho sermon we will sins
the hymn beginning: 'My soul, bo on
thy guard. "Everybody's Magazine.
MAY LEAVE RUSSIA.
Tho Dowager Empress of Ilussln Is
said to have decided to leave that coun
try forever. A few weeks ago sho
bought tho beautiful palace of Hvl-
POWAOEll I.Ml'llKSSi Ol IHSSU.
doere, near Copenhagen, aud she linn
now bought another country seat In En
gland Her sister. Queen Aloxandra, of
England, It Is said. Is responsible for
this chnncu and tho Dowager Empress
expects to spend her summers In Den
mark with her brother, King Frederick,
nud Iter winters lu England.
"No mattor what opinion Is offerod,
you express n contrary view," said tho
"Well," answered Mr. Illlgglns,
"that's a way I havo of acquiring
knowledge. A man Is moro likely to
glvo up all ho knows on a subject If
you get hint to warm up with a Uttta
controversial Indignation."- Washing
Good Mnriilnir, Judical
"Who's dat old guy)"
"Dat'u mo old friend Judgo Whelan."
"Ycr old friend! I s'poso you an
hhii's vlaltln' acquaintances, eh?"
"No, merely spenklng acquaintances.
I know him well ouough to say 'Good
mornln to lilm overy fow weeks,"
"Dont you think Itrown Is Inclined
to dally with tho truth?"
"I don't think ho over touches It"
Pay day cornea slowly to a man who
watches tha clock.