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U» Tr*flt»« TWv.41. a-14 -" ttrvrt. fronton, N J J """ 1 v u^ rlpllWl r » l t » f f T (It* TT*Btt« § X f Tlm»« « n J S u n d « \ T l m t i A v » r t l » « r " f aoMiMioa" io ro*i«i Zonm nm w i n h» On* of the moit curloui alwut American politics Is t h u t wlth ut » tingle Mitorlral etceptlon a tl 1 \\ ·I t J _ Tfc* A»Vllli I ' "« I" r l ' l u « t _ lo lh« UM ( r r r p u M « ' i o n f f all t t 4l*B«t'rifl -rt 1 «' · I! v i t o l b r r - rr»dllKl 'n ' h i . r i f i "d · §o lh* t M w t run*lih»d l » r r i n SATURDAY, M \ V 6 19:2 ; "// u only by fining for fft* rifhts of others that we t*- freedom to the free." I INTOLN. t n n n } ,i \ n r.i'llo r c c e i v l n f o u t - rr I am r n t e r i f t i r a d u j 01 Bli and hopr nc v v l u n o v e r . W I D E N I N G STATE STREET. * Next \Yedne»d«,v the C omnii'f inn *r* of Assessment of fa*e« *'e _'n fir* a hearinj to paities d i r e c ' l v in t«r«*t»d In Hip widening of M e-t 8t»t» Street, between V n r r r n P m c ' ntf Chanter;. Ijice » i t h p a r t i c u l a r r»for«nc* to the damages t h a t arr 10 fee pftld for land to be taken in ni.ik ing the improvement It IP umlr r ·tood that there are s u b s t a n t i a l i l i f iartnce* between tin- demands made J)y lome of the propertv owner-, and th« estimates made bv the c i t v w h e n tt prepared plan* for the w i d f n i n c DeltM Bhoultl be R \ o i d e d w h e n ·possible, aa w i t h t h e inoft d i l i g e n t fmacatkra of the work mam mocthj must elapse before U can b* completed, and it is not fair to tt« owner* who h a v e a J r e a d v mndo - chapgei required that thev Miall ka ·objected to a n n o v a s c e and loi-f 4f buslneM an longer t h e n is ab aWlutely necessary It is po^t-ibk ***t exiitln|; differences mm be com jfouilsed at next \Aednesdav 's meet 1*J, and the most pprious obstacle ·*«t threatens, be removed ·k - -^ ··Mr. Br?an disagrees w i t h / " U r w l n ' s ·tonkev theorv a n d l l i e ,ir»- t h o s e w h o ha\e diBacrt-rd w i t h M i H I J U I I B theorv Detroit TKFNTON ln( the work of Charl** A. Mrt4. ] waj chatrm-n of the State Autmbl? which It had oece «pproT»d, r«l»ee; LefUlatlre Committee OB SUtkmerr the siuplcloe that til ii not OB the to order without competitive bidding l*rel Th* Legislature c«»ol tare f : 000 worth of supplle* from th« »20,CK0 «··!«·, a»4 tb* State need* firm bv whom he waa employed; but tbe money It would have looked b*tter bad the order ton* elsewhere under the elr- rumivtanfM Like (.'aeiar'a wife, public officials ^'luir-'p.m-WaahinrTn' 71 ,^ 0 ' »d . m pl.,c. *pou,d be .bar. .U-- plclon and one of the b**t wa§ to M A R R I E D W O M E N At T E A C H E R S avoid e v e n the appearance of evil la New Diunswlck's Board of Educa to r e m o v e the t e m p t a t i o n -- M o u n t lion has Indicated Its opposition to H o l l v M i n o r i h e emplojment of married women m teicheri In the public schools Such a . p o l i ( v may h a v e been toler ated five or ten vears ago, but If the women v o t e r s of New Jeney do not fl( m m v m r , \ W | , , MroD(l.v express t l i e i r dissatisfaction talnr-'l .ni'l i n s p i r e d «t such disc nmination being prac f n f ["4"*,,'J,nVr" w i l l * tired a j a i n M them, it will b« iur honip m u v ' l i s t e n i n p r i s m y y u a l i t v , quantitr, morality N " ifcatc - B K * n v and refulanty of service should be r 'p ,,,'!,'nrV t 'm t i e ' ( h e ' t e s t and not, the marital State t h a t ni i k ' of the teachei f " r t l o"imo \s well d i s q u a l i f y a mule teacher e n j o v m u u l i o i's courtmR. or spending his jyV'tV tl m \ t i u t t i e sound of ., «iar«? t i m e s t u d j mp medicine or law bro.itii is n b i f t o n r r i miles i h r o u t f h I uring the war the Stats was eager j]|* "lukn'Yn' "ri^ ""'lus b,Tck 8 home'" to get the service of married women bv *HV of tl · r u i t o m n t n i n i r n t -- a n d . . . , , . ... . . t l i v l i e n r l n » v o i c e t i e i n s t a n t it !· t- teachers, and it is ingratitude to d p | | \ r , r ,| ,,, .,,,, r t U r place them under the ban now, e«pe N\ o l i t t l p d m m of t h e many won- c,,,,, s ,nce there is a complaint t b a t ft;'^','"? a ^n.m.nTin^K.*- t h e supply of good teachers Is not turc anil her a » c i e t » etjurfl to the demand Adding Insult n ' ]t J'" 1 m ' w ' n m t i i i n M n * of a n o t h e r k i m l of r a d i o t h e nendlna- 10 m l u t v . New Brunswlrk I s w i l l i n g ( ) U , ,, f b e a u t i f u l sucRr-stionn n n d h e l p ·o e m p l o v married women as substl f" 1 m^si^s b\ t h o s e w h o n r e 1 elp- d I v pomr'TV t l i n i i R h t ' i e j l a v e t u ' e t o , n r h e r « n o \ n soon t ' i t p r i s o n -- Toda 1 n e i v o d a b e a u t l f u l l v A mtlnn ttrrt cannot com let 1t» Britten Irttr-r from on»-of-the read- m u r d e r e r s makes a Hne show Irjrislat- ern of these Talks. In which tl;e ititr t l i f l e n g t h of a bathing »klft --- w r i t e r referred me to m a n v delight- i i i l u r u l i I .en i d f u l w r i t e r s m i n \ of »1 om T had not ·- -- reud No n a m e w..s slKiied to the T A X I N G G O V E R r ^ E N T BONOS. ^ut^J** a^M.^'^thVor' R e p T - « p n t a t i \ e Green, of Iowa, has ittMi b\ its suirx^stions ' m-roduced in the House a resolution Ji^".^^!^'T' lt alm'TsUnds' for ' proposing an amendment to the con I^s \nucles l i a v e L^n picked up in . t n u t i o n of the I nlted States author A ' I1 ^"^,; ,,,, a r p r i r k l n j r Hp fy9{ i z m p t h e g o v e r n m e n t t o t a x t h e I n t h t i u n r l i t * u t t o r r d c - r n t u r l e s a c o a n d .nines from all f e d e r a l , state, c o u n t y «'£ TM?'"* "^ "' U " ^"^ "' "" and m u n u i p j l bond«, and the states Mv correspondent r e f e r s me to A for (rood and i n v e n t e d f o r i n s t r u m e n t s i t p o n s l l !· for t h e "shut- 1 1 I S 11 t i ^ P « l l O (10 t O t l l P I . I M S of tl p e a r t h , to i l l s TfH-4, SATURDAY, MAT «, Affection's Interlude By 5. E. Kiser He you imile, the'day U bright, Because you liv«, the world it fair; BecauM you speak, ay heart it light And all is lovely everywhere. Becaiue you let me hold your hand And know the Aocrct in jour breast I shall not fail to underMaud Or choose the course that shall be best. She n #cau«fl you say o u l o \ « m?, «l»ar, There's loveliness m all I see, My doubfb depart when j o u arc n r a r ' And life seems %ery sweet to mr," My heart is always jfladened b\ The preeious promise*you repeat. · And I'm ao glad your aim n in^li-But don't jou t h i n k i t ' s time to cat* Iff Your eliroks w o u l d shame t h e fairest msr-. Your m o u t h and dim and e.s es and h a i r All show perfection, and your nose Would drive a sculptor to despair; Tour neck is flawless in its mould. There's not a bone t h a t mars its charm 1 ?, And I am happy to behold The graceful taper of your arms. Oeoertb WB art Chant lU Out and This Is What It Was All About f Henson's "1 . i t l i r r 1'avne,' nnd so g r a t i t u d e I love to hear your praeious praise ; All that you ay. I k n o w j ou m e a n . lu f u t u r e V A C v i l l f i n d t h e \ \ a \ s " Where all is pleasing und serene; You will not fail, dear heart, I know, To smooth the pathways fur n i \ feet , I'm getting mighty hungry, t h o u g h . And if you have t h e price, let's eat. We Pfcid Alflaed (Prom t h e Nw Tork A m e r i c a n \ m i l l i o n v o t e n » ask Congress to 1 va_st Kuropean n i nues and na\ ies, and p r n n t our soldlert the testimonial of for w h a t e v e r pnrjxisc t h p v saw fit lo I i-efer oil to his d e l i g h t f u l « n t - f u l l of benut and easo of ex- . K e \\ K C O M M U M I T Y W E L F A R E CHESTS. F'ston, PB . has jus~t f i n i « l i p d a Mlccessful campaign to f i l l i t s Coin Welfare r h e « t to mrct the of all c h a r i t a b l e and PO n! i » l c e organizations in the c i t j for t« next} ear. It appears tliat t h e bud ·jfeU of expenses of the participating 1 m «nUations had been t a r e f u l l v es- ·*»-«t«d. They amounted to a little !"^ than $100,000 and the executive 4t "nJ}t«« started In a few days ago to raiM 1120,000, in order to make Q^iiftl provision for any contlnnen -I I tb»t may arise It succeeded tat getting cash and pledges for 111 '*· llt.07., to which will be added sev . «ral additional subsejiptiona that are , ko«u to be available. The F^i«ton plan, which was follow ·i In many cities during the w a i , ha? ocb to commend It, the principal advantage being that the public Is Mt called Upon every few days to ootitrtbute to some new cause, an » 3 her la tbat all of tbe participating »r«-nliations sbar« (airly, according to their needs and the nature of their ·ork;. and the same canraasere or ·flicitors are not drafted Into the for *wo or throe «r more ' Trenton may well consider ·(opting the Easton plan for raisin:; ifpney for its charitable and social ji Tic* organizations. .TtHS indications are that the peo- mtm of tbe United States are about to i'il another great atrlke -- .ew York to tax income'? from federal securl t i e s Thai ^hould be done, as bll- hons o. d o l l a r s » o r t h of securities In P 7 tM , 1 ° nontx a , ,, d r ) n k m ,,,,,,,, t h e h a n d " o l v » e a l t l i m e n great c o r n n d loarn morr ril.onl a l l t h a t t h e r e r o t a t i o n s a n d ^ t a l e ^ are now rs " '" llf . p f ?,' ' " *' .° r . U u " 'i "" ' """" ' rraltv to 11\" .mil t a k e j j l r . i s m r in c'a[nn^ l n \ l i o n t ] ( r h \ t h r o w m f i w o r k a n d sm ire too l i n . v , h u r d e n upon trip-- .,^ nd *",'' W ''" T^^T, . ( 1 oil s l l r e M r n n e L a i k .It i~l^' v* ho are lr; a h l e tn pa^ and I n t h i n g s hrvt k n n n n to \K\I rendered the *ol- Since I'nclf hui t h u s Dflld the d r p n \ j n g t h e g o v e r n m e n t 1 * o f revenue 5 " Vluch r e q u i r r a n d t o w h i c h r i n d i n g t l i c brst I n f o l k i n r a i p « t to v ou flnrlmc The thef are r l j r t i t f u l h e n t i t l e d It m a v apix^ar t h a t serum IPS But t h i s p w h i c h w e r e issued w i t h a n under ^ " ' h ^ i r standing t h a t thev should he t a r free should not be affected, if ·-uch an , amendment as Mr Green proposes shall be adopted, but the w i l l of the majority must control, and If the people of three-fourths of the states shall agree Ihe njarJv millions of dol l a r s t i i a t SIP now ei°mpt from t a x ation o! am kind ought lo be brought into Uie !*-VA At lea«t Ihe policv of issuing setuniieR lederal, state c o u n i v or municipal t h a t are tai fiee should be abandoned M S t r o n R e s t . 1 applnr'-'' ^ not in a n n U i o p l u ' . i p a n o t h e r hour. 1 ut t ' 1 t l r o i p p M a t t h e w A d a m s of Knyland, France, ltal, Can- bonus of tt-e Allie-s' soldiers, it Is not ada and A u s t r a l i a . unreasonable f n r h i m to take care of The inescapable fact which ron- his own Tins (s the message carrlexJ f o u n d s bonus opponents is t h a t Kn«- to O'onjcress on the motor truck w h i c h l a n d , 1 ranee and I t a l y paid t l i r l r conveved a m i l l i o n nlKnatures t)f "iikiiers' bonuses - w i t h our mone\ \ m e r i c a n i i t i z o n s to the bonus peti- N o n e of tliirse countries has repaid us lion i p r n n \ t h a t w e loaned them d n n n c - _ t h r w n i -- t h r j h a v e n o t e v e n paid K n t r U n d owen us |4,1_06,000 000 p r i n n p i l and |700 000.000 Interest F r a n c e o n e s us $3 Son 000,000 principal nnd '. oooftOfli) interest. I t a l v owes ?1 - · T u f i O O O O O p i m c i p a l and | 1 7 n n o o « i O O i n t e i c s t T i n t Is, these r o i m t r n s I j v e held b a ( k II 225 OOn 000 duo u« i M l i n n s and h a v r used the monev to bonnSes, to m a m t j u n T T p o l f f-i · By Royal S. Copeland, M. D. F. A. C. S. ·»-i-V^^llLll. Commissioner of Health, New York City Why No One is so Poor He Cannot Have a Doctor l i e foi tins irinjitinn. · · · v,\ n g \ r t r r r i ( m ~ I suffer rorri s o ^ c n r ^ s in i n \ Mur.i^ch and No h a v p ,i VM i k v e n j n t i o n \\ III v i i In so t r - l l mo v\ ' i a t 1 Mia II do t o »v i i OIIH t l n « ( m u l l ' i n n ' The Fay ©f h "Kxo-pr for an tnflnltt~«tim;i1 p e r - ' substantial accuracy of w h i c h nobody - Charles A ' ciue.stlons--In 1*1« the 170,000 a e t l v e I'ttitestant cl^rfo-men in the United ^t.itrH received as salaries a total of $125 001 OOO, ond that makes an av er- 1 If of t h e m " ,n the J-fultPs' Home J o u r n a l , \m«-nra ai-e p h a m e f u l - T h p r p I K i n dn il'i t l i a t ijuman na- t u i f 10 n i n n p i i at s f u i m a n v f . i n l t a In t t h e \ \ o i i d ( . a r i l K»t along w i t h o u t I t - N e v O i l p a n s Sta.es CHICAGO'S SOLUTION. n d e r j m i i l " .ind in i lon^ a r t i c l e he p r r s r n t f f a c t s and t h e of $735 a e a r , or $14 IS a w e e k - t h a t K» t a r ' t o w a r d j U H t i f v I n ^ . on v A l i l c h , of ronrno, no f a m i l y in n n v part of the country can live a decent l u x I m r n c t e r i m t i o n If owned a f u l l jeweled and "How do vou t h i n k j o u got t h i tune p t u k i n g n a t c h w o u l d n ' t w a \ tamper w i t h Its machineo or give It j Almost g l w a j s 5011 can plve o v e r to a blacksmith if it failed to | pretty definite answer , !·'«*'· .m J M M H H - i m m - i iim n..-)^,^.-. | u n i J c , t l i o r o u g l i run You have over-eaten, or h a v e eaten I Th p' ·"·""''·' C(.vei nment U nmtrol. d , , , l l n l l ( ? t h e , 'i in i I n L i a l or ,n n f f l t M l b o d v N IIOT a In qinf»i It is to inspect nnd to imp r o v e .ill p u b l i c d i n l r s a n d You mljtht shake the watch and in S«-ntle manner try to coax it Into act i v i t y Hut if theae harmless efforts failed son w o u l d take your watch to' nnd to the wronir food You haie loat sleep and. t h e i e t o r e , mav be considered reliable plat'p* i n KU for treutm* nt. In \- \\ i t I "ut a (in v o n n l i t is n n p ( "-sil'le t i · n d \ Isr v i » n d o l i n i - h . i l o u t v n m ( u n d i t i o u I v \ o u l ' l i f v isi \ on to consult v nu r pi v su i a n ,n il ! U \ H ,1 t l i o r o i i R l i e x a m i n a t i o n made i of v u u r t r o u * ;· , from worry or from apparent neces- one of thps , ( ) | l o n t t n t (ts eity a m a t c h m a k e r You have rw K Hcted to exerclst I treatmen'"as vou w o u l d in the pri care for your body needs 1 er- offlce of t h e , p g t d f J C t o r B , n t o w n vate haps you h a v e exposed jourself to th« in the choi4?e of watch repairer 3011 (terms of infection w o u l d t n k e a d v i c e or you w o u l d go to K n o w i n g how to live, It is \ o i i r o w n f a u l t If v o u neglect the rules of the a nnn of established reputation treat y o u r body with any le»» jtme ' The onlv explanation he finds for ,.nd t*elf-respecting l i f e consideration' hen y o u have no right to complain penalised JOB Una [ u r c i a t i o n A K a l w a v f i . too, averages do not tell the w h o l e of a story If the salaries Permits have b«en Issued to five I of all the property, real and .. , ,,,. ir^r ,, ' noases-^d in (he richest oountr\ thousand thlcagfc-famitien to tent in situation is l a c k of ap b\ church m e m b e r s of t h e i r m i n i s t e r s and priests do of comparatively few clergymen In lor them C e r t a l n l v it is not d u o to , the cities and lancer towns were n . i n t of mono\ amonR the conRrepa- taken out, the pittance of the remaln- tion. for t h o u g h a few of them are ' init mujorit would b« terribly de- Liade up wholly of poor people, as a creanod !a»n t h f y are In circumstances some- In Mr fvelden'n opinion It does not w h a t more than wliat is callexl com- lighten but darken his picture t h a t f9rtabl«, and t h f y own a larne p-irt in many, rnanj churches -the i n n d r - in . m*nt4?d in pay of the minister IB supple- that humiliate him ALL IN THE FAMILY. iBterMting situation in politics be pretexted in Wyoming, where t^i preient Governor, Robert D Olrey, a Republican, It likely to be for re-election by Charle* D hl« younger 'brother. Both anei of Joteph M. Care;, who Oorernor of Wyoming between and 1)10 and a Inned States in 1SOO, when \Vvomin* wai into a Stato He was e'ected a Progress ire Democrat the forest preserves near ihe city t h i s Summer, and nearh fi^e hun dred 6T~1Tiem Tiave alreadv "chosen t h e i r locations, are occupvin? them, a n d declare that t h e v w i l l t o n l i n u e to do ?o until rents in the citv are lowered As a consequence, three thousand dwelling places, principally apartments, will be empty in Chicago daring the next four months, according to the business manager t h e wo Id They nnmler nom ibout and his familv almost bevond human 46 roo no\ of w h o m more t h i n 000 OOu me I'rjt4'?t.ints \ n I t n C h i i r c h r o arc f l o u r i f h i n K ami irn " i i i K n s churches, f o r i n t h e la»t ^ l » ' v . u-s t h e i r inemhersJilp iniic-asul !'· moi-e t h a n 4,000000 l e t . iccordlng t o t h e l ^ t e - t T n l best available flg-ures- ttpu-rs t l i e endurance Tbe "donation part,' the "bariel" t i l l e d w i t h ca«t-orT cloth- in|f still are vvietched s u b s t i t u t e s for a n a i M i t m n i i l iayment In CAMi, arid t h e t e i n b l e t l u n j f is that KHm neoi's sltv t o m j K - l s t h e i r acc^fptance bv men a n d v o t m n w . t h natures a a s e n s i t i v e «» o n \ V i o t l v « You should know all you can about Flut If vou are sick, no matter what v o u r bodv The. more you know about may be the caunp, you require as good the simple methods of treatment the ' care as you would tfve your watch better Hut when you are Jn doubt, M i n d von vou f h o u l d not m a k e use of a free c l i n i c !f vou c i n afford to p.iv a modest f e e , because \ o u iu» taking t h e time a n d mateHjIs v \ h u h ·who reallv is if t h e doctors w hd man those 1 mos iMd no I I M v a t e patients to h e l p pav t h e i r ex belong to «ome poor t u r t l K r m u . e , "play safp «ee your doctor It ihould be your rule of life to learn how to keep your bodv free j from disease When you live rlrht you | w o n t iret sick. Sickneai ia the result Uo to o u r doctor If j-ou have one ' P* nse «- ^ «'"'' f o t ^"" r '\ '" If vou have no doctor. MA out where | th "^ t i m e to th, . l l n i r n w i t h o u t re- there is one you can make your friend. I w *« 1 . "" " t h e ta ^ n t P'^nt ou You may say "I am too poor to pay a doctor" If you I l v f in a c l t v there IB no ex- of A our mldtakes, or Is due to the cuse for lack of treatment on account reflect of aomeuodjr elM to protect of povertv There are any number of o u from dlaease I clinics vrher* "treatment 1» free, or One of the first question* the doc- I where. It may b* obtained for a dime tor askn you is You probably know that almost s ( f r o m t h « I ' h i l a d e l p h u i I n imi=-f i i i ^ t i n - cs j t does not mat- h« w a s ( I F m u c h to the general political »lt- (jj,| ,, O T and follow t h e trititiwnt pitscribcd * » · \f Q--I am a 3 oung- man £3 *f age. and ut least t w i c e a d n v mv Jit: a i t peoms to jump \\\\\ \ o u picas*- t i II me w h a t 1 P l i u l l do f v r t h m c o n d i t i o n ' A K \ c ( « s i v i : n m o k i n f T or nwvoua- ncus mav bring about this eondittpn 1 nu .should IlvT remilarlv. and avoid ( x i itemont of a n v HOrt Jt would b»- u d v i o a b l v - for vou tn consult n p h v - sy UH fur an e x a m i n a t i o n , and fol- lrt\\ tlx;«trf a t n i p n t piesci ibrd know, do j o u not t l m t cr.n.c doctors { A v K Q^,,,* * u , palp tcj , m n are not paid for t h e i r services.' I h i f l |low , c u n m e r o o m e W u B h m K a n 1 Ii tbe d o c t o r s contribution In wi- i I K r x o l l S pei^plratlo-i'' iriotv j If ^ o l l reallv rierd mrdie.jl i n r e . ni j \ ntu;hlnc is a nervoiii p b r n o m matter how pooi v i m r n n v l?r, t h e j r n , ^ brougtit on by Belf-conseious- i in w i l l be glad T ) , s s, and is' o v e r c o m e UK one KI t i ( v r n though he ,,|,|o r . in( ] more *plf confident. °Nrr- \ mis ji i M i n i at ion is due to the nerv i s i ( i i s i n f T t h e s w e a t K ' « n d s to ox ( i si 141 Tc 1 on u in, h i tu laKe i c k ' l i l . i i m ' i h i o i r \ i n it*c and t i i i * f u l l \ w , i t c i v m n t l l r t t o o \ r M ( . n i H \ u i r n o r \ o u - be conscientious p f i v s n to prescribe foi \ o i knows he is rn v f r t I'leaso I n r i t ) trand t h a t v o u i i l l IH-SS n i d i 1 ^ 1 i s n ' u i s mill r e n t l i o u f f l i ^ l l l i t \ \ i l l l n j j t o s u f T r r n n - u n f t b l o to P M ^, i n i i o i _ - * t i u i t i l IS not I ] f I sou,| | Ml 111 1 \ l l l l o « l I ' f i u m t h e State a n d t o v o u r 1 i m i l v m l s^,i. i . n - s t o R e t u r s 1 i l w h a t his committee w e l l ns ( F r o m the Phllad*lphla Inquirer) Should a man w a l k d o w n F i f t h ' treme? the Chlcato Tenant!' PivX4»cUv«t A v c n u e aUlred on i v tn a pair of san- Is It Is true that there ffreat deal of common sense shown In the attire of the dais and a loincloth* If the extreme prewnt-day woman, but K would That Is a simple and practical w»y ] clothing reformers had t h e i r way he nation wlilc-h one of two Republicans u a s doing. TLe public is not Indlf- is Btlected at a primary election lo be f e r , n t to the use of a grent f o r t u n e t.ie partv c^JididAle; but the In- m se., u r l n g an election to tbe Benate 'J.«iiia primaries have a little mura a n d Xewberrv himself and New and s i f r n i l l e i n c - e than such preliminary hu , o t h p r i.ac^erg were ver y close v u l c s sreuerallv have. It is not pre- , u , h e p r e s l j e l l t | and they are re.- Unded bv a n v body in WashlnKlon or | p u j i a t e i i by t ,, e , arKe m t t jorlly ob' ' ' " the result Improve* | t a l l l e 1 b en . Se n«(or B«verid(?e. tn. presume of the Administration U In ie«Rnlzed, both In I n d i a n a of forcing the profiteering to terms If persisted tn It the housing situation so far rents are concerned. Not only that, but the protesting tenants, while l l r v p t h a t such at)les ha%e been ow adopted by the women for h y g i e n i c Hie reason* A lai^re proportion of the and find himself In a police patrol irentler sex h a v $ a perfect mania for ^i° t TM^?^??^ n i^ n,;r;^»iT r ,.*.«-,. nn ,,: ^=n, ,; at T h ."^« a t l o ; i is t h a t the Bull Moos* cl«- i »; 1Hw i,, e ,-hierlv to Republican dissolve i w o iiU |« likely to congest the traffic reason* A nicn't 1^ rec-o\crlng Its power In the part}, and no man was The farmcm and the ramers arc discontented, and wairon -11 oT a 11 of this is apropos f the I n m e n t men h a v e w r i t e r In t h e N i t i o n ' s H e a l t h t h a t ore tYv'in; anr-tblng' thn7 is new""'^^ TM?« *»TM WTM\ «' ?*' «-"; «be- voted for t h e n«n in their party ·* w * _ ,, _ _ \ F l r n r i j l n l i n A B l *-tr*jsl frr- i A t *»* m ArA ..K* _ _ m -- t . i _ _ i i * « a . _ ! · * _ A W -- * ^ eVl^ni;; tow.rd fhethVn^, -" *»« »" ^ »«** *" '· «« *» ^ «« nc old Occasionally t h e v m a S , 1 : ; ' h .' «"»«;"!·" '«"« »»»,««·«- ''''""'-""! po«iblc ' l l u r i l o i c please go to i i l i r m or soc v o u r own i ' d i doctor when vou a i c sick jnd in need ' _ of medical c a i e t» Health C Q--Kindly tell me if gall- atones ran be ( u r e d w i t h o u t an o p - I b u t not eaiy - eratlon ANYBODY- - c a n tisc a b i c v c l e to an adv intage .ut work or URKEN CYCLE CO. nn opei uui i n e proiesimr tenants, wnue or a w r u r r in m«- - I U H I B ,.r.,,m. . i ; o v u n U iu viTrnniuimn, .n r . i· .«·«· i u«..-«, tf ,, . . . . ' concerning "pooi l.rsw addled m a n " mi effort to brenk avr a from t h e c o n - , '" r » n i t e House. If t h e v ma, be put to Inconvenience, | ^.^^ l ';, wp ; hn , V u ,,,,. n ha ,- r rfl ,. x.- n t.cmal The soft collar ,,, l,*re H'-^vr i - eU ment Is Betting the will be better off flnanclaffy w h e n ' "" ' "* f n t m o i l l r i r l l . » f IH e in n- b u t v ^ . ' m e w.irn'd t h a t it I s Is over «nd will b« in better T c u m i n u t l i n r {loll mg , long b v ^ i r i t i c I - ' n 'inn to ippeat w i t h o u t n .-out is over ana win M in oener ^^ ^^^ h ^ _ ( ] _ B , n , ( ) ( ,, r ( I K , M ] , ,,, ,,,,, ,,,,, wll | Un ., ,, ( ,hotit n hat bu « r r o p t e d IV FOR THE L E G I S L A T U R E Jf It b« true, u reported, that GOT EdwanJi intends to summon 8i«»t« »g«in to consider appoint- U hi Gloucester and Cape May ties traslnesa tbat should bare finished during the rc«cUr srs _K of the Leglelature- he may well 1 -W«r the adrlaabUlty of calling ·t extraordinary aeesloa of tbe -Volt Legislature, as he »» the _|k Jtutlocal power to do Tkere are several matters of unfln -lne»» io be disposed of. but t Knpoitant of them Is that -4il cau*ed b) IE* action of ilte Hlgbwir Department In elect k designing and coosuitlntt engl for the IV.th Anbor brldg*. tbe r-dtrnt -±rag that h* Is to r» a fee of nil per r*r' of ihe VI tb« bridge, ntlmated at lie --» already tern made kaowa ·f ji''"! were prepared narlv Mt. at an expisse of 3. by emglm^Njs c/« tbe State Highway r* ··4 were (t, a»)r *p- If \\»t «*i* »aiiafarto^ mi *^ani At thtr s^i _M J - ill Mw WMlKtft 444K UC*~ -ta« » w b*l U ta 4e- i ifte m ,;* uly fee te M g -k, tl tk. MHtceJ 8ut« Iltck ·V til tfce put Vi_l ~» ,V" \ « I /M t* i SPAPFRf l i e a l i l i betsu«e o f t h e outdoor life e r t a i i 0 n \ i n ^ i s c l n t h e s w i e b t h p v w i l l Icsd There Is a hint h e r e ' . i l « ' " t r r\r pounds a n d * rtoman-. , , , . . i i n u i l l v less t l a n f - c \ \ o m e n n " for the complaining tenants In Jer r g ) r r r lo c h s n K O W l l ) l » , r r ,, 1 ) l f t ,,, se City. NV*ark and other dtie*. » t v i e Is the m a l f - Hear t h i s a n New Jeney has plenty of place* within easy distances. 'lot v rt the up-, t r In ml in the R e p u b l i c a n party t h e el« 'u-Mil ( l i e President represents is i.s U K irround more I n t h e ( l e c t i o n The Rusalan revolution, according tn Emma Goldman, "Is a complete failure" That's whet American* toto her when ihe waa trying to duplicate It In the foiled Bute. S ~tUe Times A BAD PBtCIDINT. t h o n t v N O T po *U*i m a n ?U f » t u n u ! » * r l * i » to t^* r t » f U t l » ft ' h ' - c r i a l r f i n r i f t r t «f )* Mlddt* Ajrrt. K» )-pi«ncJi · ribbon for )i hAl for no oth»r r*»«m than th* flnpp r»«4«f*r of th» I x u n MV « « « Mihlc t b« blown off hu*tnnt » h l r h oof* V«or4 bf»l* K i t 1 *4om fh« mt*w«y nf fh* dlftrmament #r», or four button* nt il* r«rf are tb* fo«t1 |B*4 rtllr* of th» lUjn wh»n itwn u*ra to roll t^ th*tr »!**i*» MM* cltful conp^nn WrHr t« ot)«ojnfort«bl» urihr|t»oJ- r»r.,^,n« «nd lh»r w i l l itirr nwk^dlj rrt\H cnlrn th*rt Ii »uM n o t idrn'.lfled w i t h t h e A d I t mav be true that ' t h e A d m i n i s t r a t i o n c o u l d n ' t prev e n t | c"i ami p r u r s of f a r m p i o d t t r t a i c o u i l n i r ilow n H u t m u c h I m 4 i i - e ne. i p u t i,e H t l n lied to t n c i A s BI en foi t l i K i o n t p h ' T n f IT p e t u r n e uul l h ' \ i t i i v not i ie ip 1,1 A , , S of I n i l i ' n i i i g a v e r o m i i m t i n i i t o Mr I ! e \ c r l d c e be - - 'e t h e v n e r e d i « i p p o i n t e d in the i«m t h a t has r.pen l e v e l e d nt the a t - J "·'·tine »r Mr N e w b e r r j . The fen- A d m i n i s t r a t i o n localise In f o u i t e o n i t i i e of the modern woman The w o r m ' "''' seated a men who had been con- months Conitr^ss has done nothing if we m a so designate the emancl- , ^ l e t r d in R federal court of the I m - to commond public confidence and a ' roper u«e of money In an election., good deal lo shake It, because the i h«en dl»cred- \ l l of t ' n s I s v e r v i n t e r e s t i n g - b u » l ! ' a r i t h ' s T h e i o is o b v i o u s r « e n l i Ihe m n r t c o n t b j S t i i n d e T (t IrMiks 1 Ve 'H" 1 ' ' " 'he j i r t of t ' i o mor^l sen ,n n l ' e m p t t o h a l t t h e w a v e o f c i i t i - m r ' ' o f t l m , i . i n n i u n l t ) aKalnst th« sex--Is t u r n i n g , and Is pUclnn mere mt\n on th* defennlve. He will have leM t i m e for gibes and jeers at the new women If he Is forced to ex- *· plain and justify his own backwardness In tbe matter of di**s We hope for the be«t, but we fear that In a contest between tbe farm In the tnat- a n d the reversal of this c o n v i c t i o n Republican not on the ground of Insufflc- lied by incompetent management and rtunt, , btd j^-ood 1r r*n It m l j h t n i well be conceded t h a t of style, man to aure to iency of e\ldenc« but on point* of law. The facia of tb« N«wb»rry o m p a t f n are e«UbU»he!. They wero v i r t u a l l y admlttM by Mr. New- himself in hla own pie* before out ' the innate when h« admittexl tn« uae | of too much morwy, but pk»ded that low and »ordld purpotia. Had Mr New b«*n renomlnated tt would have been hailed by all the Administration orrana aa a vindication of the 1'resldent But Mr. B«v- erldira »ot a majority of nearly (n enacting a law permitting mem j man ts fn^ituhu con*errative m tbe «,, -j .^ o. . T _ . . _^. -^ i matter "f rtr»»« but Is It tiw much to bers of tbe SUte Legislature andj^ y ,, ia . «,.,,,,,,, ,,,,,, ,,, t h e o t h f r ,,. employes of State departments to . . " t - t b * ABK enrajtv In Le*l»l«ture and ln«tlt«Mo«« with which they hare official eo_n*ctloa. ih» It « making body baa ··UWUbexl ' a J«i»i«fo.j pr«cedt*t *-^ .· f^U I ·wy be ddtiaed to aa»,.t« af»loit J the pBblie nervlf* lo tbe put m«« hare bun tilt to State prlt!M for doiaf }«at what tb* Lefi'Uiur* of l»tl !· Its wt»4oi» ttow declare* to b« U«al To tot. , dooe w i t h l»fialatlr« --T^tK* th« w* ike and of. i*- tlM way to at~ ia »f»ln»t whkh H haa b« · IIM «§uk- Itahtd potter of tlM 8at« u curt te tk* t tt If H H tn * r ». Mini* f«r tk« c»U*f cfork *f tlM 8taU HHlfcway ^t to Mk»tor W* »«ra U1 1 t. .otllcB, at :ivf 111* tat ta tliivM kr rxerrliil te wb«r taatna Hlckway D-iLrt»«t M which k« n ; under tk« Jaattflat rtand : T»«E. Tn i h « KJH»r of t h e Time*; J i r I i n k * plot»ur* in w r i t i n g « ft*n l l n M on d « ) l l c h ' Miv Inc t l » n t ·"· « here, or how j-eo sere anr · « I ht by running th« clock aa hour »ti.| t never in n » ! i d « ) ' i « l , i hoar*. When , h ( t ,^1.^.,,^ fnt-cet the war for alt tltne It Is mr o p i n i o n t h a t « · m u « t krop a record In »nd In ^ a a h l n l t O H to alre us n r k (o do. «· l.al f x i r n » t » r i ^ . i a n -oupit- of t oure lat«f In the r a t ivir riv|t «·»· a l w a y s ^,,,,-t »tan1»r1 H m r I » t»h to g\rr rent IH7 opinion oti th« aten4ar4 ttM thrro far th*r« U no old-tlnv, or »»w Know it h»lh« a «all*r Ik mr ·» tlrti' If th* Tr»»ton rh«n«* dayllcht *« Churfhe* ln«. It I* a» Keying ton w i l l glr« air ie mr hem«lr e»lnun. ·»'»« A W PH.KXT T.OCK. * *' r W»siT* LtMDCiriM TX = T» the Edlter of t«* Times- Kir tlrr*, onlr tandar4 »!·« and pear* I1a^ · »nrt k n o w l n * tk* M Delete ew. Blr P1«a alUw »« .iac« In i lime There te «ot «»cli · t h i n g In lh» (-ntpr^iiw M l l l D g Ka»t »M Went. { n(Hbu »»,-», ._ .-..^ .-- , '"If i h i a fnatier a* «lsre«aM fer-rvnxl X o f t h nSvT *outh A* w« aefl e«. »*e i " »t»p»p»T i« . »»«ra te ri«an-e i»tt1 aelkentr Wher*T»r ih« _!!«» of t h » rt« rha*B»* Ev»fr **f **s~- ~nr »«t m«k« the laMlorda h«r-h «»··« th* standard time j » n . ' » » ffi th- ttaivdard time ae !»«« aa *· tke«r »1iare er etoenlKf «p VT ita»a. lhal'e hearvelr tlm* and ifer raptaln ef Ihe Tf »l ee* Sjet * I d«4nc i a Mitt*** a*4l (I .». U w»a a war art flenrr *« tl« *.n at nssr. k«dr. ·-at ' .^T^I ",:*";,**.,"* w n w .miy a i - alter et» re»-«t n«h». i»lt t «» ttee rlgiit ti»w. · V** *"*'.? '.·*'·***. if tfcey In w»ll le r»-fc/a)»i |h« p:np\t w hen it l« u e* *'»Ufk lfc« of w*r for In tho mo^rnlnc fnr to« tn tlte fimlll** *5Ti t w*n to nr- an h««r It li «»rrf W l t f a ht* wat«k»» Ik* JJJj* ^ . tn*l«* Ih* to th« th*ir fn t» · M all tke ereKlw a»»d are 4leMa«4«. ft»i1 *o w»r eurta mp brlglit *arlr U Hie »·--' i .t -1* bimr~a elriy Mi (he merii he,ve »ii« « kw *re m«t« «nd ti it then t: e' clerk te the *en»r. er - in othrr w»tv« it tihee «t» »^W» ef =,.,, mat ·«··· ·· * ut * S. P. DUNHAM COMPANY Store Clot^i Tonifht at 6 O'clod' A Red Cedar Chest It may save its cost in a single s_* It is a 8/ife-kecper, and a well-known safe-keeper of furs and woolens during the moth season. And you have tbe advantage, too, of having such articles convenient to pet at a moment'8 notice any time during the Summer. What Mjfhtly pieces »f furniture t h e s e (·host*, and how easily moved about the houae to l»o UjH-d as !K»X seats. · Every size cedar client that Hlls a reasonable need in here, and they're made of se* lected Tenneni*ee heart red cedar. Plain, bran or copper trimmed. 27^x13^x11 iuclie*. $10J8. 37x15x10 inrhen, $15,00. IW.OO. 27x15x12 inches $10.00. IU« rwn · w tattli _ wtt« v«i IM w Dr nmho^ny fiui«hed

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