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In the debate as to whether the
government should pay the traveling
expenses, to and from Washington,
of the wives and families of congress
men, those words wero spoken by
Hon. James It. Mann of Illinois,
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W. J. Bryan, Lincoln, Neb.
leader of the republican party In
"If it Is tho desire of congress to
have men come hero from home and
leavo their families behind, that is a
very good way to proceed. I would
much rather have a congress com
posed of members with their fami
lies here, and men living with their
families in Washington, than have
tho families of members at home and
members carousing here in Washing
ton, because that is almost the inevit
able effect. There is not a legisla
ture in this country, at any state
capital, where members go to the
legislature for a few days in the
week by themselves, and go home at
tho end of tho week, where they
transact business with the same de
gree of propriety and sobriety as is
done in Washington, where members
come and bring their families with
The easy and commonplace com
ment on this would be that Mr. Mann
ought not to say this sort of thing
publicly; to jeer would be easier yet,
but wo think a good many serious
and useful reflections center about
this burst of candor. In the light of
tho growing participation of women
in public affairs, and tho certainty
that the success of the progressive
party is going to carry many women
into coneresa and the legislatures, we
are reminded of these words from j
Jane Addams's "A New Conscience
and an Ancient Evil:"
"As woman, however, fulfills her
civic obligations while still guard
ing her chastity, she will be in posi
tion as jiever bofore to uphold the
"single "standard," demanding thjit
men shall add the personal virtues
to their performance of public duties.
Women may at last force men to do
away with tho traditional use of a
public record as a cloak for a
wretched private character, because
society will never permit a woman
to make such excuses for herself."
These words of Miss Addams by
no means exhaust the possibilities
for profitable reflections to bo de
duced from this episode. Collier's.
However the fashionables at
Washington may feel over the an
nounced intention of Governor Wil
son to dispense, if ho can, with the
inaugural ball, the rest of the coun
try will generally applaud the de
cision. It is meet that a1 democratic ad
ministration begin its activities with
out that display and ostentation that
had characterized most of the in
augurals of a republican president.
a republic nas no call to ape the
ways of tho ancient aristocracies,
and Governor Wilson is demonstrat
ing his closeness to and sympathy
with the common people when he
attempts to do away with one of the
outward manifestations of imperial
These inaugural balls have been
of great expense to tho government
they have arranged tho pension
office where thev havo hnnn ii
have impeded tho clerks in their
work and they are unnecessary.
Their final abandonment will meet
Yh liener?1 aPnrval. Miami
VOLUME 13, NUMBER f
Also called Tetter, Salt Rheum. Pruritus.
Milk-Crust, Weeping Skin, Etc.)
1SGZBBIA CAN HE
CU K1SD TO bTA Y, rind
when I Bay cured, I moan
JUSt what I Eay-O-u-Tt-rc-D,
and not merely patched
up for nwhilo, to return
worso than boloro. Re
member I mako this
road statement niter put
ting twcho years of my
time on this ono disease
and hnmlllnrin tho mean
tlm ucarlv lmlt of nmii.
lion cases of this dreadful
uisea.-o. show, i uq.notcaro
what alt vmi hnvn nii
lior how many doctors
na.vo loui you mat you
could not bo cured all!
Halt is lufit n chance to
Show- you that r know
DR. E. J. CAN NAD AY what 1 am i tAikinrr about.
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tolling you tho truth.
Dr. J. E. Cannaday, 1 206 Court Blcck, Sodalla, Mo.
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