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THE HONESDALE CITIZEN : THURSDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 10, 1908,
Made by Judge Taft In Behalf of
A Oreat Missionary Work Ttit I.
Ctrtain to Promote Christian Civ
The extension of a vitalizing Chrl
tlnnltr amonc tho Filipino nil advo
cated 1T Ju'lK T" 1"'lh More hi
peevh of nm-l'tance of the nomina
tion to the irc-ldency anJ In that di-
ument ItsWf linn Iwn widely com
mented iim In the iutplt- of the
United Static. The voice of the cler
gy k git en earnest commendation
to the attllnJe of Judiro Taft who
when RoTenior p-neral of the Island"
eierted the utmost Influence for
amellomllon of the condition of the
lihabltantH of the archtix-laco. and
that, ton. at the coat of great swlf ""
riflce on hli own part In refinlnc the
neat on the supreme. lenrh, to which
he was Imth cnlliil and commanded
liy rrvoldent ltmwevclt.
Nc-ter -lin-e lie first assumed the bur
den of Hie piveniiir-htp of the Phlll
plnea hat the welfare of the IillmnM
censed to he el"C to the heart of
Judce Tafl. In Ida iecch of accept
ancc apiln he reminded the American
that It W the duty of this country a- n
trnns, Cliri-tlan and enllditened na
tion to cHe aplrltii.il n. well an ma
terial aid to the distant brown breth
ren. Taft', Appeal to Church.
Iter. Albert Ilurl'toiif. iator of
Ilnla-rN t'.irt church. IndianapntK
Ind.. In a recent sermon thus simko of
Judge Tuff appeal to the Christian
people of America'
"Mr. Taft used word of wisdom In
refcrrlnK to thi itietlon In hit nntlll
cation iiiecch. Hit apical I, not only
to hi, party, hut It Is to the Christian
church of America. It "ocina to me
that every man whose heart (at
loyally to Jesua Christ must rejoice In
tho statement bo truthfully made. Mr.
Taft aald: 'We have established a rov
ernment with effective anil nonet ex
ecutive department In tho rhlllpplni-
and a dean and fearless administra
tion of Justice; we have created anil
are maintaining n comprehensive
achool system which la educating Hie
youth of the Islands In Kngllsh and In
Industrial branches; wo have con
structed in-eat government public
works, roads and harbors; we have
Induced the prtvato construction of boo
miles of railroad; we have policed the
Islands so that their condition as to
law and order Is better now than It
has ever liecn In their history.'
"Mr. Taft Is better fitted to speak
on this question than any other man
In tho government today by virtue of
his close connection with the problem,
his experience and personal observa
tion of the work liclng done; hence
what he says will be heeded by the
Christian church with Intense Interest
Influence of Christian Civilisation.
"More than ten years before Dewey
sailed Into Manila. Ulshup Tbobum,
our missionary blthop for fifty years
in India, predicted that ere long the
missionary would And an ojien door In
tho Philippines, but God nlono knew
how tho door was to bo ojicued.
"Now we hear Mr. Taft Baying: "Wo
arc engaged lu the Philippines In a
great missionary work that does our
nation honor and Is certain to pro
mote In a most effective way tho In
fluence of ChrUtlau civilization. It Is
cowardly to lay down tho burden until
our purpose Is achieved.' True, nor
do we believe that the American peo
ple, will allow this to be don. The
saerlOco has lieeu made, the song of
tho redeemed uiplo will ere long (111
heaven und earth with gladness. The
selfish are ever lonely and Joylws, but
they who bring the sacrifice to tho
altar will find the Joy of the Lord
arlso within them."
Things Bryan Would Forget,
The most Important because the
most curiously novel, feature of Mr.
Bryan's address U his apotheosis of
the party platform. A new doctrine of
Infallibility Is eiulioilled In these sen
tences ut thu very beginning of Mr.
Ilryan's speech; "
A platform Is binding ns to what It
omits as well as to what It contains.
A platform announces a party's posi
tion on the questions which are nt Ik
sue, and an official Is not nt lllierty to
use the authority vested In him to unto
personal leun which have not lieen
submitted to the oters for their ap
proval. It Is natural that Mr. Iirynn should
disavow certain "omitted Issues," such
as free sliver, government uwnerhhlp
of rnllroadH, the Initiative and referen
dum, nttneks upon tho courts and oth
er theories which nt times he sanction
ed overlmstlly lu tliu past Ilut he is
unfortunate) lu his maimer of express
ing that disavowal.
A party platform is not political
holy writ. Tho American people
choose for president a man. not n
clerk, to carry out thu orders of a con
vention committee. A platform Is not
a prophetic codu of conduct, but a
summary of basic principles, to bo al
tered, amended or enlarged according,
to tho country's needs. Philadelphia
Union Labor Vote.
lion. William II. Iluchnniin Is one nt
the lending union men of western New
York and In 11107 was the Duniorniti
candidate for nssemlilyiuuu in Chau
tauqua county. This is what he has tc
say of thu effort of Mr. (Sompcrs to
turn tho labor vote over to Mr. Iirynn.
"I nm u union labor man, and I want
to say further that no man can c:irr
the labor vote Into the Democratic
camp. I know how union Inlmr men
feel In this city, and Ihroe-romths o(
them will stnud by tho ItepiiMlcau
pally liecimse only In that wtiy lime
they tjm assurance of freedom fi
tho business ill-turbancc th.it Mr. llry
uu promises for at least four years It
he can bo elected. Wo wiirl.liii;nii-ii
can't earn wages If statesmen are put
lu olllco to disturb business and make
"We welcome .Mr. Tuft (o (hi. nd
vnnceil ground," said Mr. llrynii lu one
of Ills iiiiiiieroiis lutcrUous since t he
1'cumt contention. The ground lefer
red lo Is Mr. Tuft's stulcinent that no
campaign contributions would be lo
ivlu-d from corpoiullons. Mr. llrjiui
Inleiidisl to comcy tho Impression thai
Mr. Tuft hud come to that detiriiilnii
lion after the IIi-iimt contention. In
that Hie lieims-intli -ieerli-n one" l
not honest. Mr Taft Is a law nudum
citizen. Hucli contributions are unlaw
fill, uiuile so by u luw passed h it He
publliiili coiis'li'ss nt the Instance of a
Heiulillciiu iidiuliilstiatloii of which
JudKc 'I'o ft was a part slv uioiillis be
fore the lieutcr contention, lie lion
est, Mr. 1 1 rj nu . If jini can!
Ktfping In the Spotlight,
Candidate rli.illn, hating fullou Into
the water linil. nut west niul h.min;
stoppiil half n hrli-s. with his person at
Pprlnglli'ld, will, If he Is pilllg to kl.
hi the Uiili-I lulit. hate to h I, I- .11. i
inoiuls or do a hml, ami win-.' ulth
Mrs, .Nulloii. - Minneapolis Joiiinui
The Auto Scorcher.
The car of progress finds many ob
stacles In Its pa'h. When stige
coacbos took the place of riding
horses and saddlebags the old fash
ioned Englishman sighed and kicked
and wrote letters to the newsp"crs.
In 1750 Ir. Smollett wrote In "Hum
phry Clinker" that on the highroads
leading to Iindon one must ( "Ml
fled with dust and pressed to death In
the mlJst of post chaises, wagons and
coal horses." Today the automobile
Is denounced as bitterly by modern
Itrltons as the atacvcoacli was de
nounced by their forefathers of n bun.
drod nnd fifty years nja. The Lon
don Times prints columns of com
plaints to the effect that automobiles
destroy the roads, fill houses along
them with dost and endanger life. In
America these complaints have a fa
miliar sound. The motorist has few
friends, save those who get n free
rldo In his car. Yet he has come to
stay, and he cannot l suppressed.
His car Is the ear of progn-ss. If he
destroy the ronds itn-t must Is- n
buttt for he has the s.inie rUlit to Use
them ns nny one else The water
wapm and the ell cart will iitii-I)orate
the dust nuisance. If through hw
carelessness he kills ptstple he must l
punished so scteri'l) t'.i.-t he and other
reckless motorists will ssll!y n
fnrtn. The great army of cm-fill nn.l
considerate automohll!ts will rejoice
to hear that ho Is In Jail, for he Im
peril their lives ns well as (hose of
folk nfon( and bring discredit Um
nil disciples of motoring. Perhaps thu
whole vexatious problem will 1k solved
by the neroplme - the dirigible b-il-lonn.
If the airship Isx-omes a prae.
Meal everyday iicees the automobile
will dnubth-s Join the blejcle In the
realm of coinpnrotlto obscurity. Then
we shall have new (roubles. Think
of being deluged with machine oil
from on high, of ls-lng bombarded
with screw drlter. monkey wrenche
niul empty liotth-s. of hating one's
lawn nil mussed up by falling nero
planlsts! Sir Oliver nnd Splrltuntlsm.
Rlr Oliver Ijilge, niilierlt.v presi
dent, clcctrli-liin nud dlstlngiilsheil all
around scientist, seems to be the latest
man of eminence captured by the spir
itualistic cult. Sir Oliver was knight
ed for great .clentith- illscni cries, and
anything he sats is naturally of Inter
est. In Haiper's Sir Ollter thus re
fers to efforts of the Society I'or
Psychological Ueseiinh to conimunl
cate with the other wot Id-
Tho boun-l.iry t-trpn ihf tvo states,
tho known anil unknown. Is cltll stlliMiti
tlal, tiut It Is tvcarltg tlitn In 1 1 ic s. nn-1.
llko excavators cnp-ie-d In luring a tun
nl fnun ops,slti- einls. nnil.l the roar .f
watir and other nuls-s sv nro l.ri;lnnln;
to hear now and ngnln llio str-tkrs ut too
pickaxes of our romruilrn on thi nihtr
Plr Oliver ls-lleves tint the chini
plons of telepathy have proteil their
case. Across Intervening space on
solid earth lltlng ml ml communicates
with living mind. He K-lleves that
one living mils! hn used another liv
ing mind, unconscious of tho ue to
which it is ls-lng put, to express a
thought or to give Information or to
respoud to a stimulus, as drawing an
object scon by one iK-rson nnd drawn
by another nt n distance. Sir OHer
seems to liclleve that now nnd then
we are actually getting In touch with
those beyond tho grave. Individuals
possessing telepathic gifts unquestion
ably perform wonderful feats, but at
the present writing the scientific world
in general, reinemlK'rlng the scores of
faking mediums from whom the mask
has been torn, Is unwilling to K-IIevo
with Plr Ollter that we are liegtn
nlng to hear "now nnd again thu
strokes of the plckavcs of our com
rades on tne other side."
The Aw likening of China.
Aeconlln;: to : ...lstcr Wu, the Chi
nese emperoi's a' !e represent.itlte In
Wnslilngion, ih,- olcstlal Kingdom Is
In dead cnni-st to.Hy In Its efforts to
desert e nnd mi'l it.iin Its place among
the world's powers. The old regime
has parsed, and progress Is In the sad
dle. Twenty-tltc years ago Minister
Wu was himself a student of western
Institutions, lie descrllssl his troubles
In n recent speech to llid Chinese lioys
now liclng educated In nn American
When 1 bCK.m hnrnlnK the Kntrltsh
InnKunpu conislint ti.n'tnr3 iv. ro n.-t
enslly otitulaal.lv UVsuni lenrnlni; was
desrUc., nnd th..s- wti ttls)u-l tu stujy
It hail to do It privately rorttirn edu
citisl Cliltus- wt-ri' sllKhtL'-l and looked
down U.on They t,-cre eonst.lt red almost
barbarians niul tinhorn In cases of ne
cessity wtin tlutr urttces wtro rsiulrrl
they were i-rlnrlttill) ttnplo)fd ns trans
lators c-r hit ri-relers. They wtro not In
trusted with resinnsll'lo futicttonH or ap
pointed to Important p-ists In the Kovirn
mcut et-rtlte. It Is a well known fact
that uism the return of tho Pi govern
ment Htiidents to China tn 1&-U they wire
not properly or fairly tr- Hod
Ilut times have hnpplty chanKed. and
thu conUltlons nn- at plestnt dKfirent
Woslern sclenco ulltl knowledge are eaKer
ly souuht after now. What was ihsplsed
boforo Is now apprf-clated. Sch ols and
colltBes fi,r viMli-rn sclem es are being
estaLllHtud etcouhiro Ld students uro
sont utroa.l; htnee )ou uro liere.
The general cry In China today Is
for reforms und for competent men to
carry them out. Thu reforms demand
ed uro social and professional as well
as political China's ejes have lieeu
opened by the wonderful suciess of
tho Japanese In mastering the methods
In trade, diplomacy and war of the
white rnce. Her farslghted men
know that she must leain western
ways, aud Icaiu them i.ipldl), or sh
will perish us u nation. In referring
to tho proposed Chinese-American al
liance Minister Wu, pointing to the
Chinese students, said:
Tho cordlil way In whU-h iheso jount
men oro rt retted ettrj where Is ,-nitlfy-ln:
ns shottlni; how KtnJIy the Anurican
plepjo foil tottnrtt tltoSe of I'hllll I.ittT
iheso ouns lui ii will go homo nn.l go to
work, etiiy one a friend of Am-rtea
ThU J'oi si-.'. Is somethlns of un ullla-ni
Though the Aiisn-ali ins constitute
n part of the great Illitlsh empire,
(hey are lit lug under u republican
f oi in of goictnmeut. They speak tho
Kngllsh language. They udmlr.i Amer
ican Instltulloiis nn.l lmlt.Hu them.
I.Ike Ainelleaiis, they are hustlels,
and they believe In a standard of liv
ing tthleh Is not based on i ielliloii
with Aslitlc labor. !icmeml..rlng
these things, t.r wonderfully enthu
siastic well lo to the American lleet
Is easily understood
llreat things are eei ted of clectlle
Ity on the farm of the future. (to It
something easy at first. I.et it ttnch
a wabbly calf to dtluli milk out of a
The man who first made use of that
saying that "what g.ns up must cotno
down" eildcntly didn't hate much Iron
Mo with Ilia isisl of lltlng In his day.
"Klghllng Hob" Kvaus my (hero
will U) uo war wltli Jupan. Now let
lloUon rage nud Count, Okuma Im
agine a vain thluot
TAFT'S KINDNESS TO BLIND.
Overrules Washington Monument Reg
ulation For Benefit of the Sightlttt.
The kind he.irtcdi."s of Mr Taft
and his sin. -ere. common seme stm
p.ithy with the unfortunates In thl
world hn just t eon brought to the at
tention of th - I.Mo.t hi n ps-iiiar way.
Awav up In Hi to. "f the Washing
ton tnonumi-nt. t ' . i oiisnnii-. go to
I'eliol.l the Is ... ... of O.i nation's
capital, the Coli i r 'a l'ol.t lis luile In
llltu'e. v't. lt s in innki Ii i-o-sl-Mo
for Hie nb '. Mind of Hn t nnel
('late to r' e ' i- . ).,' t I- of i--peride.He
.., o n lo , self ll:,:nli
plaee-l o-i -e' e" .-ilr
in.mitf.il nrs tv lis lilin I. - .
tin .-nial ..- s t.n-( Hn- I lit
Ih s w ..- i i i ., . i, , dis n
hating tin- so) - ii.-. i nf public
bullding a-i.l u ne - ii.-' :1 anl
returned I" I, ( .. it. 1 in I pii'ti'.al
of the Iti'tlMite. npp-ileil to Ml Taft,
then sei-n-lirj m war and within
whose JiirNdli Mim e nie tin- ollhs- of
public buildings und rrotinds. It tisik
only a few Words to eunvlnisi the see.
rotary that the MUM hiii'd h-ite tho
Is-nefit of this prlt liege, and the curds
were again placed on sale In the mon
ument "l'or this si-tliin," -aid I'rlnelp-il
Cleatelatnl In discussing in,, incident.
"Mr. Taft ilecrti-s the gratitude of
every blind iern. partleularl.t the
prngresslto blind, who an- trltlng to
hi-lp their less fortunate fellow."
ANTI-NEGRO PtANKS IN WEST
Jim Crow Plank.
We favor the enactment of a law re
quiring common carriers etigagisl Iti
passenger tiatllo to furnish separate
coaches or l omp.irtmeiits for white ami
Elective Franchise Plank.
Itellello.' Ill . i II.. eMeli-l ill of the
eli-ctlte fr.ue In-, to a m-e inferior in
lnlellli.-i.il..- am' iil-iio-it pii.i nation
for the W le .1-1,1 pro lellt t el. ie of J!
privilege -o titil lii i!o- n. ll-iteti.iui-e
Of gissl got i ri.nli-'it tta-. a m'slake If
not a crime eommitieil lit the licpuh
llean 1 1. Hit diirlli.- the n Il-ii uf passion
and prejudice follow in u ill war
for tiolltlcal ends niul p.irposcs, tti- de
clare that the I icmncratio partt Is In
futor of so ameliillllg the follstllutlou
as to pn-serte the imrlty of the Inllot
and tl Iis-torate of the state from the
evil results from conferring sui h sitt--er
and prltlh-ge upon those who aie
mill I till to appiecl-ite Its !miirt:itii'i
as it alTecls tho stability nnd presertn
'un of gissl govertnneut.
To dispose of questions nhh h should
Hot Is- asked as spenlllj as possible let
us say that Mr. Tafl Is not a Human
Catholic. Ho Is a member of the t'ul
tarlan chinch. That was the chinch of
his parents, niul In- has uettr sopm-at
ed lilmself from It. Ills wife. Inntete',
Is uu npisciip.illah, niul he woish.ps
inure often beside her In her church
These an- the facts, which are utter
ly and absoluteit unimportant 'I h
matter of n linn's icilglon has no riL-h'
ful place In coiisIdcr.it Ion id his tun.
for the presidency. The eoustltiuiiiu
of the nation dallied nud established
"to sis lire ' ' lesslngs of tlhort.t to
ourselves an. r posterity," e.press'.v
places Oie tef.t suggestion of such
thought outsldo the pale of-p.itrlotlsm.
No words can lie clearer than these
from our country's fundamental law,
"No religious test ever shall be ns
quired as n qnullllcatlon to nny ullice
or public trust under the Unltisl
Tho numerous queries nbout Mr,
Taft's religious belief show simply the
extent to which his enemies hate gone
to rouse some prejudice against him
Since there-was no spot upon his whole
clean record of private conduct and
public service to which the could
point to Taft's detriment the dl-pl.i-ed
their wllllngni-ss to desicud to auy
depth of petty, cottardl, eontemi'tiliie
attack that might do him h.irui. I'hll.i
delphla North American.
Samo Old Story.
Tuft talked "straight talk" to hi"
countrymen about etery Issue that en
grosaes the thoughts of Americans ps
day. Iirynn promises a series of po-t-script
to dlspo.u of tui-lfi. railroads,
currency, trusts and etei.tthlng else ot
leal iuiportance. And then he eng.ige
lu one of his inel.iueholy soniclu'S after
a "par.iuioiint Issue" nud finds It In
the rhetorical. I'usil in and tinsel plati
tude, "Shall tile people ruleS"
It Is the mil. old aim. The garb of
the coll-el-t atlt e docs not sit well Upon
the boiu t-ii-aitci. Mr. r.r.tau has put
forth a taoitul, sinisiihl.t phrasi-d bun
dle of geiiernliis, ami In- has done so
nt the m-i msmi-iit when the mental
appetlle ill the whole m-.ii1o s s1kI-i-c-uisl
for strong men nud nm wind
Willi .1 seme of lioin-lly dsilltisl
and Important iiiesti.iiis open, ho
chooses deiibi'iati-l to s.eet us the
chief Issue of the cnmpal-iu a ip-t-t lo
which there Is ,'ilisululely no n.-u-.tnte
responv- "Shall Ihe people inle''- Tlie
ptsiple alttiis hate luled and tiitta.ts
will iule.-1'lillailelphla .North Anieil
can, Aug. lo, lis is.
Judgii I'aiker Is lahoiiiig for lit
Itrj an cause In California, w lib h re
cnln the fact t lint ltr.'iu's campaign In
Nebraska for Parker kept the lli-pub
llcsn majority lu the state down to
&rt,000.- St. Iiuls (Jliilio-lH-mociat.
Mr. Hrnn criticises Mr. Tatt fur
adding (o thu Hi publican platform. In
the meantime the number of "para
mount Issues" which Mr. Ilryan sub
tracted from the lioniocratlc platform
would 1111 n'teral latie olunu-s.
Ho you know what "Hell (Into"
means as applied to the channel lead
ing from the Hast titer, New York, to
Iing Island sutiiidV It is not at all
what you likely think it K for It Is n
Dutch expression meaning a bright,
pleasant and iutltlng passage.
-According to His Folly."
"'Shall the people rule':' Is declared
by the liuiuoi-i'iitle platlorm and can
dlilate to be 'the ntershailottliig ls..iie
liotv under ilisi-usloii.' It Is no issue
Siiiely thu people shall into; stirul.v i In
people hate ruled; surel the people ih
rule." 'Ihus 1 'ati'llilate Shertnaii re
piles to Candidate 111 nn. aud If Hn
latter was looking for u straight uu
atter ho certainly got It. Hut those
familiar with thu mental pnno-un ol
Mr Iirynn know that ho would ttel
con, o no ril, but Unit his nlisiinl
question was iis;c, p, insiu doubt lu
the minds of his nunc thoughtless fu.
At the list of culling dottu upon our
suites fililher uiecuithiii lloiu a lutt
of the faithful ami fanatical we milk)'
Ik, Id to renin is. that the IndllTereuee ot
tho South I'arnllna Democrat to Uu
cause of Mr. Ilrjilli mi-iiw In Jii.tliy
our predi. tl ii some uiuuths ago thai
the campaign ttoulil eiul ttlth the Dun
cr coutentloii. We wish that tte could
lieillnlllusloiusl: ttewlli Unit tin- Deiu
ocr.its of Soiil'u Ca-oliiin niul of thu
immti) ttinihl shai'i'ly rebuke us fm
sitting that ih -ie was nil nheucu ut
t-litlo -1 i-iu I u Mf III in. I'll.lllcsloii
,Nl Its .lull O III 1.1 iDelli I,
"COULD DO NO HARM."
Congressman Eurke Says Office of
President Is Infinitely More Powerful
Concri.ssu,.;n .lames l'rancis lturke
of Plttstmrg In an Hddtess on "The
Powers of the l'te'1 nt' sayo.
"The Ameiii .in po.ip'e cm make n .
greater tnl-i ik.- than to ele-t Mr. 'tl
on on tip- u-sipnp-i.ei ii, it he can !
tin harm lu -lie 'a,,, of nn oltere sen
ate. S . ' i -II the ei.lltlvu -ltld
hvis,,,! , .1 , tin u-- of the govrni
llient nl- Ii-.- iiltlultel gleater
v i t 'el ruin i hull the latter.
. Mr Itrtiiu an- wholl.t
tin -, -tr i i. of mm. I'jicIi I"",
ess.. a sirnag Indlt-idtliil cliarne'.er.
whnh wmtld is rtnltily nss(n It-elf lu
the WhPe Ho, ise. What either of
these tin-1 w iild do ilurlug n four
year- term ill Hie hlte House Is
cau-lnz n i-iiieh ant'ety mnong
though-r'i v '-r leans ns the tne.ru
matter of the us tlon alone.
"As a (llstuiher of money the n.
Ident Is wi htsit a rltai In the world.
Through He iig.-ucics under his con
trol he will this cur disburse a billion
li'llar. showing lie- great things we
nre doing In ad Hug to the tiupnrnllcled
llt of the World's achievements,
"In iew- of the fact (hut during the
(if teen tears of Ilryan leadership the
states controlled lit his party have de
creased from li'i to 12, the number of
senators from -Is to 111, the numls-r of
represeutatites in congress from 'JJ'i
to llli nnd In that lime the Democratic
party was In control of the ground,
whereas It i now, ns a consequence of
his teachings, n liois-lessly hetero
geneous mass of Piiullte elements,
the American fHMiplo can see little pros
pects of a iimstnii tlte pollc If Mr
Itr.tnn slum' I 1."
LABOR WORLD FOR TAFT.
JharacteHz? o Him ct Tru Friend of
the Working man.
IVrcm t... ( : . ;.l N Ii i M-nt .1 J
Tlif I..i1mi - (!l tviii ut Mnmt
In it H.iNn, "f Mr 'Inft It rli.irnr
tcrini" hhn 11 lim friftnl if l-i!r nn.t
.lt'clim-K tti.it tin imf ilr MttiiiK of Mr.
ttlllMT IH hv lVi ut Il't t lTrit in
nllt'iiiilhis from him tin liilnir nrM
It Mtj.: "Tliiit Sm n 1 ir Tuft I- 11 true
frit'U'l of hihur Is ciTiiiln, niul nil tlx
tiiitrui'. imp'iM rmi". trtntw nttiK-Ks
tlmt Vr ltUut iiii)tHr r :m uf oSi
!iiii muke on liiin rut mi it pr-xt'iit htm
from rt.niliiulnu' u I In- rrlfii.l xf tho
wu;'!' .v.rt.er. . i ir mixitl Inlmr ifimntt
fitTonl tn ln i.'f Mplit nit !ntn fur
tli-ii-t n this J- ..tl t"iit'. Tli.it I'tv-
Iilcnt ioinjM'r !. wpuiir In fmciiu thi-
inn-t itintiiMiit ii.'-it N i-i rt.iln. ttntl In
tcllliT' lit W)(L.' W iki'M will r-Tinltily
r'illlli' to th'" rt'!n'lll-.iiill."
JUDSON OUT FOR TAFT.
Chicsjo University's Head So Notifies
Chief Uryan Organ.
T.. 1!i IM- r t tl,. N.tt ui W'.iM.
I -! I 1 . th !.(!. .11 I'T"
nit.' I ti 1 . .11 tie, t..'. Mr 'I aff
-j i'tn 1 1 tl .1 'm i-M Mon i.f Hi-f-
1. r ti . 1. - t t, , 1 l.i 1 tii.l
I' - T 1! , r ,,t ttii..'-! tt U'-.lul
il it h !. . I I t(-. - . --...I f Mr
K - il I' n - r t!,. ! . Ih-
- s Y.UU h I l ' tlu.l Mr Tafl
1 1 i-.trr. mil .tr ni-T-- n.irl lln.-i
wliii h I niipr.A''
IIAKIIV I'HATT JnSf.V.
I'P-.'i'nt fhlL.iRo I nivtihltj.
Clil nR, AtiK 1-
Attoiiioy tiHiiTitl Wilde II. IZWU of
(HiU, who u.n a iin'inhor of tin cin
mlttic on rr-olutlimt of tin UfpuMk';in
luitloiml convention, inalces the fidlow -In-;
reply to tie cdtk'imt nf the pint
form inmle by W. .1. Ilryan. The at
torney ireneml mix. In p.ut:
'The thnrce innde h. Mr. Itiyim th:it
the it ptil.Ii.-ni (k-o'uratloii with re
-pe. t in ihr u-e of the writ of Injunc
tion u.i-. .in.'.l to Miu-ehe the I,i
litirlnt; iij-in' N unwoithv of n caiull
il.ite for p:e-llem, niul the fin the-
'm thiil thN I'i.iUl. imTe! ileel.ire-,
the t l-t'liL' luw nnd will tM.e no relief
in t! cm- i.t-fs fn wlili li there ha- hceit
tin jtiui-e ui di--'Teiioii or tte :ipprhen
sloti 01 It unonh of iin iaw,wr
who li.ts ramiiu"l tin pti - ,-:!.
"The nntl-inj'liteil m a -upitloii n
fr.uili clenr -st.it. nn n. of the Itepnlille
;in p.iriy's po-ii en on u Ur-tiiit mi
whi'-h oih'T-. have l-i 11 ntti-irptln-; I 1
deele l.ihor. The -olr pnsls uf nti
ration. il r.nnplulnt us to the li-mime"
of Injiflicttoii.s hi tahor cm yes Ii.ih In en
t'ie tisf of the unt without notice and
t e !on;r ilehij'. In --onie hisiatico whh h
li.no Intervened holuie n hearing of
"The pre-eltt KditUte tloen not r.illlltv
nil, noli.-.- ;it all hefoie the nuitin of
n temp miry oroVr, and Ii Is eiitir'y
Wltldll the illMTelmii ol the court lo
postpone to uii tune the Jude tua
ni ht th- tii'M'Inu upoti the iiue-stion of
tin InJiiii.'i.Mii. The Republican pl.iniv
impi iticlni tint notice hli.-nl al
Was lie jiixen tinU"-- :ltl Irfepar-llile
Injury will ..-Milt from delay, and In
that c.,M the.-,, .shill he a eiM"ed, hear
iuj; provided. Il will tne. 1 tue approval
ol eer rt'hi I'lJi.-in1, mail, wlielhe
tin tmplo(.'r or ,111 1 .np'o,; ee."
Taft and Labir.
Tl.iil t-i 1 ..vi e. I'.", e u 1 i ii to t.u-111
Tluil :Me 1 1 eii.-ltt to hi
hoi il m! 1 '.I II
Th 1 ih . ! .tc 1: 1. ' 1 to J. .in with
mlier un ' -
'I I1.1t il 1 1 cl.uii.it . ! a funit t
aid In a 1 . ,. i- 1 niii.
Tha ei ; 1 e- e n 1 iil to sit ll.t
w!i.-:,etl .. !.,,ie..nf tht-li
muployn -m . nn - iii-- i- hu-y.
Mr. .;.. . . .! ) 1 ' Tall U op
po.,.,i )., . .1 ,j 1. . Mr. limn
pet h.i .1 . 01 t.i!hu in 1 1 1
time m I 1 . jt ! m pioiim w lit
er. 1 . 1 ' .1 . 1 1 ..) r in all lie
It 1- 1 I ,. i le I 'Ui'li .-I -.ill
lI t I I llii l l!! led imlei -e
ment 1 'i 1 - 1 .1 1 1 j4 1 1 hen on
the t . 1
"An ..U'-.Mien of eHrini(Mital
mah out. iii-s . id tl I'M-." Mr. .Shur-
ItiM llV ' 1 Mi of tile JleUtoclUti
piriv. 1 1 ' 1 .m- that hits the target
It is - J nn i. n,
uViithil 1 n 'i 1
(.ftep all. l'.eni;"Mi.u-. 1 ir
lic4.:-tNev e,l. Mail.
,i.e .u I
vivel.il i ii
Hi lp: I'a
Honors 11 iv ca aunlu. lrry tlnu
Mr. Tuft lu ii now hom Mr. Hraf
tiimiiiti- n ww bohliy. - Umnlia lien.
Dut Ho Runs oil Forever.
irnmi the New Verli Hun.
Wlei t wUJ Mr. Mijun )
sA ft 1 ' "t hf,Un Ui't
Mr inv.ni will Umlit
Tliui le u nn opilmttit.
1. at. u tl.j. Wile What of th.itt
lle'H thu UK Kl Ut UellMrrUt
Will I li fur hH fellnw men
To L t'i .ton ou up,. iiu.
t el ih" C'eiimehti aud laaru!
Mi I'i.mi Mi Kirn,
at tt) i , tit 1 on thl., trip
In H o'.l uft ft 1 iixli 1 (lifp.
(Tl" - 1 iLi.n.i. in thd stern!)
In th ii'i' wuut. d t'rafU
i li v.u .11 Ur- Tuft
Mi l th raw nrnr dono
A ' ' it und Bhrrman wun-
Mr ' ever Wine,
io 1 t viii phllDHMphlu
Ai' Kern re.'Ue
Th fi. Already Irlte,
All d huU often Bpruns:
U Yr. but I'm itlll younsi
1 n aiietlitr four
V n try I ha rum one inn re.
t have sot thltt ihlim down pnt.
I'm iti 1 cm- u, . ii 1 1. 1 1 1'
CLUB MEN WILL
RALLY FOU TAFT
Great Gathering Anticipated at
State League Convention.
.special Correspondent v
V.i;ii(i nnrro. SrjiL 1,
nIchty hoM nf tnlwjirt ynunff Ho
pui'tirani wilt afRomble here on Wod
ne Icy, Fept. 1C, tn ratify the action
nf the contention which placed the
Taff ;Jhermrn ticket la tho field, and
to formally lr.au curat the campaign. In
nn)hl.nla to ho waed hy the State
I.tia-up nf It-pLllcnn Clubs.
ThU will tip the twenty-second an
nual i'ncntinn vt tho l-REue. and ail
Indications rofnt to It hlntt the n.ost
fiucr,fnl in tho history of th or-
Vice I-npldontUI Candidato Sher
nnr irnator liules Penrose. ConRns-i
man Nkhola- Lnnswurtli and John
Hn, Hammond be among the
prlnrip.ii nrators at tho masa meeting
to he hold on the upcnlng night of the
lain will ho tho first contention to
n addressed by Senator Penrose for
some years, and h reason of the
promlnrnt part ho I" to take In the
manaK ment of the national rampainn
M rt marks will have special Flpilfl
Prizes For Clubmen.
Unhurt II. Hahsnod. president of th
Plato League, hn been hero and has
cordially approved of all of tho ar
rancements for the untertainment if
tin isltors Prizes arc to be awardt 1
to tho cluln ffendlnn the larpott dele
patlrns and for thosu cnmlng the lonp
Ti.' lonRiie cluh, nro to tako a eon
Fpl. umii part In tho rnmpaicn and
will (nnperrtr with State Chairmnn
.VndrcwM and tho nr lotis count) ct'in
mlttee-s in arrant'tnt: for mass mee.
nci and pioldln4 tl.n upeal 1 rs and
Ponmolwinia tluhmon havo a warm
fcelim; In th'fr InartH for Jinlne Talt.
who-e strnni; charattvr and hturdy pa
trIotI--m appeal especially to the youtic
First Vctere Club.
Plans are mulct wa for the orfltd
7?llnn ef lir-sT Wters' rlulm in oer
eoIiopI district In Pcnnt- Ivinla to n
list tho-.- who up) rat a prisident al
ot fur the fiiM time In the rank d
the militant Kennhlicnn- In the great
Ui-poits iro:n every pait of the
countrt show that the trenl of sent!
meat ann'tn the ounir tain Is toward
the Kep'iMhnn intv nnd lis stindard
bearer- nn I t';ar hundreds of thou
sands of tirt v-tnr thrnuchont th"
Pni'-n nre Pefnc inrdlel under th
Itepuldii rn tnt.:'i r.-
PattU-nlar atlentien ii to ho ilveii
by the Mate I.e-isuo to tho neeial
coni.'reiiinal dl-trl(ts In Pennijlva
nla whieh have betn claied us doubt
ful, and In tl.ts connection tho of!Her-
nf th leaRiio will work In harmony
with the national nnd eta to commit
teot and the Republican congressional
committee in their efforts to get out
evoiy Republican vnto.
T-e pemoerntn are making bold
clr.PnH in tho matter of congrvssinnal
i-cat-i In this Rtate. They now have
Fevcn reproontntivps in the house nnd
they nro claiming ten.
If tho Republican clubmen acrom
plili half of what thev expect In the
way of educating tho votera and ron--Ing
i nthuIpm fnr the Republican
nominees, the Democrats will bv lucky
If thev carry throe districts In tl.l
Vrtp In Notember.
-Mr. Tuft mill "Colonel nn-e-,"
Ilviry ilaj o.'ri-pt Ruiuliiy .Ttnlr"
Tuft i'iiciirix In 11 uplrllisl siruRKlt
with Ills ittli-i-rsitlli-s tin- two (nlnnt'lfe
-Kiln--t I'ntnuol Iirynn ho wnui-s wnr
hi the ll.-l-l nf "illll.-s. Air-ilnst -Ciil.i-
lll-l r,C-j" il iirli-s, lliM-n:li-ht-s
pulls nnil nt-rasl.miillj fixizli-s oil tli"
eoif links, i:i-ry ihik Kiiumm wlm
l'olom-1 Hrjnn Is. "rnloncl Itufroj' Is
li-ss fiirliniaM. II.. Is tin- mythical
liolfcr who nhvnys pluys curh holo on
111" links In I'Mirtly the number of
stroke-, that n i;! lilujt-r uhoulil iiso.
I'nllkr nthi-r pilfi-m, tho "rulnni'l" Is
iit-vi-r "otT ills cnnii." Hi ni.t-r "jroi-s
til In Ik" nlr" or 'vxploilM ltli n
Imiil rtpnit" on th" not to the last
i:ris'ii hy ilolui: th" M-M-iitci-nlh liolo In
ti-n nr"k"s luMi-ail of four. Ho neM-r
pulls a hhot, H"orsllivs a drlv", novor
fo,,2!(.s his npphi.-ii-h; also ho ih-vit
u-ss uupnrllaiiii-nt.iry liun-'u.-iK".
It wna rorrutly loportoil at Hot
Sprlnm that .lu.Itro Taft hail playisl
olshtoi-n holis tlu-ro In clglity-cit;lit
strokes. Of i-oiirsi. ho was playlni
a-nlnst tho hiytliloiil "colonel," for
that Ki-oat i'Hini-ut of tho royal anil
ancient iranie iioei- loaves tho ltnks.
'roloni-l Iiocey's" reconl for tho links
was not ivvcalo' at tin- time .Imlfe
Tnft'd feore was ulvon out. lint It
woulil lie manifestly unfair to any
canilMate for olllco In coulrast hlsI.eiH
iwifonnaiiee with that of a purely
mythloal. u'liostllko, iineaniiy pilfer
who novor makes a hail Mutt.
A Cincinnati man who wna it con
noNseiir concernliiK cofllu.s, fenrlui;
that his trlevlni! rein lives wouU pick
out llio wroiiu Bhiiilu or iK'Ikii after
in was too ileail to object, h.nl Ills oin
Hill nelile t-i onler Koloial ji-iun imo
at ail en'U-o of Joint A 11, 1 jet, after
all, ilenth 4-uuulit I1I111 napplin; When
h" ilteil a f"W ilajs itK'i ho hail 1,'i-own
co I ii-bi. nrouiiil that tho collln no
IwiiKur filtt'il lilni. i'ew men have n
fTOD posthumous Joko plajcil on tlu-ni.
Th'j llneo volutin- novel, once w
popular. Is now two olumeH tmi loui;
tn milt tlio popular taste. Ilut Ih"
trc-ml of toilay Is not altni!"tlier to
anl l.n-vlly. When flrl nomlnateil
for III" lireslileury I.llieolll's t-pee.-h of
in-ei ptillieo to Ihe liMllllrltl.il commit
lis 1 uiitaliii.l 1:111 uorils. anil lu his
formal loiter of acceptance there weio
lillt llli Mollis.
Itoar Ailmlral Ss-irjV lleet (iicIuiIuk
tho fllacler, clhernlse known in Hi"
"tloitlni; pantry," Ihe tnu-pltnl Klilp
Itellef niul a nuniln-r of colliers. If
nny iinao live hears, illm,'i'ii, mon
keys, parrots ami kaui-Mroos are pre-i-enleil
to olUjers ntnl ini'ii as mascota,
rlpeiry will ihliik l.e has Noak's ark
V. llli ti I ill.
It was 11 "liralu slorin" in Hairy K.
Tliaw's cari' niul "ilouhlo tiuntloiial
Insanity" In tliu case of tliu Ilnim
brotlicrs. "A mail ivorlil, my tans
tern" until after iieipilttal!
Anollier limit liu 'Isoovonsl n sys
tem Willi wliltli. lie saj-H, ho can heat
tlio racca. The only way lo lsnt tho
racos Is to keep nway from them.
Is pnkor, tho (treat unnio of hluff,
rroHl.Unt rnatro'ii favorite, or rtoo
NEW SHORT StORIES
Demanded Fair Play.
Mrs. rholps atokes, nt a illnnor tn
Kew York, coutlpuiiusl tlio ciistoronrr
Tcattnent of domestic -ervnnts.
"On nccount of this treatment," -ho
Mid, "intellleent yotihc men nnJ wo
Ben keep out of domestic Fervlce, de
iplto tho Komi pay nnd the comfort.
"But who can I'aniu thctul In a
;ourt of law one day n man cwk trna
:cs tlfylne. ntnl lmply t ocauc ho wns
l cook cverylioily tlicn- from thejuilpo
1-wii to the crier, felt entitled to call
jIi.i by his tlr-t tiaui". Had ho liecn
1 cart dil-r they would have called
ilm Mr. Smltli. Ilut, no; he was lu
lonicetle scrvh e.
"A younir -ovcruc;.. a Vnssar plrl,
turnisl io nn- durliiK the trial ntnl snl.l
'MI.1S jomis is m it I1IIV1.11NI.S1I.'
that she as a piM-iness met with Just
such tieatineiit on all -ics
"She said that on the l.mn of her
;-ounlr lions,, her mlsiiess onco lut ri
hn isl her to a p-iitleiu.iu
"'Ml-s .lor.es,' so tin Inlrisluctloii
i-oiicluihsl. 'Is our poerness, you
"The pivcnioss lisikisl at Iter mis
Irvss epistaiitly, as if walllui; for
'"And," she said 'I ls- jnnr pardon
-hut what does the iretltletll'lll do?"
"'What do you moan'-' said the mis
" Yoii hae told him my occupation,'
said the poveriiess 'Now I want to
know his, so thnt the nciiualiitamst
may start fair.' "
May There were scleral army oflt
cers there, hut not one of them asked
me lo dance.
ltelle And they are accustomed to
the Miaell of powder too! Judge.
The Worst Yet.
Allhouich It makes m. m.iJ when men
Talk "bh"P ' It lu-ikrn 111,1 luilipllii;
To lie itniei -; ll.u '.nu-ii ulicn
Tlu-y surl la tnlkltat s!iii!lnt:
lXnv. r N- s-Tlniea.
Knlcker Wisdom comes too late to
bo of much use.
Ilockcr And hy the time your lungs
arc developed you are too bis to cry.
Mow York Sun.
Tho Eaffllnh language seems to b
Quite queer at tlmee, fur when
A )lnl frlenJ KOca on a spree
Wo aay, "lie's oft again."
A Willing Worker.
mil-Is he a willlni; u inker
Jill-Well, I neier heard him kick
wlien he could ivolk lltlj ho.l.i . - You-
Those flcvttl j tl tl 1. ! I -.1
Tho ol.l tilf.om I'lie I
But now II s-
Girls, De Cur ful.
MatlMa'8 Hps nr.- i o ' 1 u Isors.
Her nose is tui'.t I ih-.
Her te, tli lluy sn ! la lv. while
Her hair was thick and Hue.
nut, oh, her eyes wi re l.atlly crosseill
She got that way, al.lck.
From watching herself buttoning
Her new waist down tho back!
Now York Press.
The Usual Catch,
"So Ilrash-y was out fishing yester
day. How many did ho bring back
"Oh, nbout a dozen."
"A do-en what? ll.iss'i"
"No; fish stories." rhlladelplila
Benefits of the Season.
"Hot weather Is a gloat help nfter
"What do you mean?"
"When It Is hot we feel justified in
puttlug oft unpleasant work till It
grows cooler." Chicago ltecord-ller-aid.
The things I should remember
Aro thy things that 1 forgot,
And lit., thing thnt I'o forgotten
Alwos cause mo vain regret,
Ilut by 4'irgottlag to remember
Ami rtmvmberliig to forget
X hnpo that thero will como a tlmo
When 1 11 bo happy yot.
Freddie There's u man out thero
who says hu has nut had anything to
tat fur two weeks.
Mrs Cohwlgger Is ho n tramp?
1'reildle No, ma; he says he Is n.
fuituuier boarder. New York World.
Cupid-I'm going to quit Iti
The Rtork-yult what
Cupid Oh, 1 have Is-eu laughing nt
locksmiths fur ho long that the whole
trlho uf thciu havo begun to Imagine
that they are humorists. I'uck.
Full many a flowir is born to blush un
And wnslo Its nw.elness on tho desert
rati m. my a K'.lfer gts uon tho groin
In thr. Mrnki anil lnkiM llvo to hole
I'hleiigi. Heeor.l ltcrul.1.
"Do you," ho asked, when tho beau
tiful young widow had promised to Is)
his, "Pellet u In long engagements?"
"Only lu thu matter of cooks," Bile
Bweetly replied. Chicago Itecord-Hvr-aid.
Two Kinds of Punches.
Hie ga- bliu it nli n slltt liiiiitb,
Hli" Ihi.ugltl, "it tliu whule, 'twus txpedl-
When wi.l she uft gao him tho samo
With an Lnilrely now IngredU-nt.
Now orb mis Tlmvs.Ut-mocrat.
Overdoing the Thing.
"Soma folks," mild Undo I'bnn,
"seems no nkyart fob feah (ley won't
gib do debblo Ids duo dat duy seeing
llablo to fuhglt about w hut's conilii' to
do yothuh peoplu." Washington Htar,
I love tho Kru.shorpor, for he
Exhales such wild security!
Hu tiers nail does not euro a Jot
Xf ho luiels upside down or not.
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But what you Save
that makes you rich.
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save a tenth of your income, no
t in the
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The Era of New
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BsBltt'i KUmj ud Bladder Pills-Sura ud Stfi
Sold by PEIL, Tha Druggist.
MARTIN CAU FIELD
Intlarainatorj IUiciunatism Corea in
flllortoiiL.Illll,otLeoDOii,Inil-iijsi "Mr vrltij
USa lUBUDlUKUir HUCWU.UltlUlUC.cil
Joint i uer sulcnng was urrlble ami her tmdr hiiJ
act were swollen almOHl beroDd recognition t liaa
iwn In tiMl fnr talt weeks aDd hsd elurlll litll blltanK.
but recelTed no benefit until she lifea tbu M)stlc
cure) lor Hneuinatisin. It esve Immedlste rtlu-l and
sue wu able to walk about In tnree dujs. I am sure
i saiea ner mo." eoia pt bcsl vcpus, uruvKi
Vosssdsis. rs. ms
Inn Fslls'j BMWrt OrtI,
11. ir "i IU roulhfsl WiJJ.
r cc.iiim-l"TnWn r-
matter how small and deposit
safety to any part of the world.
ho.v b- ilo a li.inkini; business, which
Mixed Paints !
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" CHILTON'S MIXED PAINTS
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J. W. lirmin-K, iMssctierr Trr.rac Manager
THE CLARK & SNOVERCO.
UU e below a list of Dealers In
Honesdale and Vicinity
G. & S. TOBACCO
W 11 llollill-s
.1 DsL-iit Tcirl
'I'titoilorti C Hmtii
JIih. t' Ktnll
(Ii-oii-i) II Kitulilt)
.1 II itritiu-r
1 M It Uarretl
V II Uicttrt
Mm T Manitnn
t' 11 Voodwntd
K J Itli liarilsoii
Jniiits I) Aint-s
i Mniy A Salirson
r' ' Shlnclo
i .loll n Cuvriin
J V blmt i-l I'
A A (illimlH
Mt-niier ,i l.'o
( laru , Diilloik
Mrs N t' 1'olt
W L Iluriiurd
V I. HlTltlUll
.Illl Oll A lillllT
li nuiltli ,v Son
f LTuttleJIc Co
W's.l-Ii & Ames
K 1 Si liluKi-r
Henry F llt-a
I. II 1'eiltz
K.dHiiid T Kt-llfr
I Mm cur el tJlaviti
11 vc ahould attempt to give a list of
it would take a dozen newspapers
Ono of thu IicfI tt'HIinohhila of tliu ex-i-i-lli'iit
iju-tli ty of
Clark & Snover Tobacco
i fie (act tliut tliufH who imw unt It
t n I'M i.iirty juiirsHo, tunl notunoof
i "ii would cimw or minke any olher
tjr.ui. If it nfiuiVi-u lu ttiftu.
THE CLARK & SNOVER CO.,
1 1.' to Ml Ailiiuiii Ave., SllllANTON, I'A
'Oh, That Corn!"
How nut, lau suffer with pueh a
coin 1 To look at, it's almost notlilDK,
lint Hu- Inn t I hHt'ri where loms
loiint. Now the liiiiKtnilHrtiiH those
who hate faithfully tiled lotsot torn
i-ures wlihmit etleet, tuny iiu-stlon
our statement, hut, neveilheless, we
niakH it, and it's true. Wo have a
urn emu Hint will take out your
eoi ns lootB niul nil. If Usui ncoorduiR
lo duectlons it will leuvo no soreneiis.
Wu win runt il your money haek If
you ate uot satisneil. Call lor
O.T. CHAMBERS. Pharmacist
Opp. I). & II. -STATION,
HONKHIIAI.l,, - l ;
THE PEOPLE'S TAILOR.
pay less and dress bcllcr. (5ct-fte
liabit of buying our too per centr'pure
wool, strictly fast color KOods,
Wu will find our clothes very differ
ent from the ordinary ready-to-wear
garments you meet at every turn,
Latest Stvles and Perfect Pit.
Prices Reasonable at
1107 Main Si. Honesdale, Pa.