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HAPPENINGS OF THE YEAR IN PICTURE AND TEXT
THHERE waa a large numper of Interest log happening* In 1910. Among them: (January) Pari# damaged by flood to extent of $200,000,000. (February)
I Beginning of the great Philadelphia car Btrike. (March) Barney Old Held broke world's into record by going a mile In 27.83 seconds. (April) Mark
■ Twain i death eaddened the world. (May) King Edward of England died. (Jane) Roosevelt returned. (July) Jeffrie* Johnson flgbt woo by the
negro Jack Johnson. (August) Mayor Gay nor of New York shot. (September) George chares flaw ever Alps, bat was killed. (October) King
Manuel of Portugal deposed; republic established. (November) Democratic landslide ta dMttW (December) Mm Eddy, founder of Christian Bctoocs,
■lied, nged ninety. Census gars this country and dependencies 101,100/100.
fORTDQAnur AHATOIS "
FUTURES OF U. 1910
Political Events In United Marie Jidla Ward
States, England aiuf Mex- "eve and Edward VIL
Ico Also tut Impur- Notable Among Death
tant Figure. tlst nt Year.
I By JAMBS A. EDCERTON. I
WHEN computed to its prede-1:
cessor 1910 was only one of (
the common or garden varl- i
ety of years. It did not dis
cover the north pole, It did not have a
cluster of centenaries, and It did not
drive Abdul Hamld from his throne.
,Yet It saw the advent of the Portu
guese republic, gave the house of lords
a solar plexus blow In England and
put the standpatters to sleep In Amer
ica. These events and others entitle It
to our loving regard.
It also flew high In aviation—some
thing over 10,000 feet, to be exact. It
was,an industrious year that did not
aspire to be a big noise and yet got
"Quite ft little done. To put It In classi
cal language, It was not much on dress
parade, but was "a good booger to
Deposing of King Manuel.
Ih the political world the big event
was, of course, the driving -of King
Mantidl out of Portugal and the estab
lishment of a republic. Compared to
the magnitude of the event this trans
formation was accompanied by a little
bloodshed. The affair had its spice of
scandal, as do most royal perform
ances. It appears that a Parisian
dancer of the name of Gaby Deslys
took the youthful monarch's eye, with
the result that Manuel Spent much
time in Paris and Gaby sojourned not
infrequently in Lisbon. Ordinarily this
might not have ettited comment be
ing quite the usual thing among kings,
hut inasmuch as Portugal was tired
of monarchy anyway the gossip played
its part As-a result Mile. Gaby will
, go down to history aa the highest klck
' er on record, having kicked off a king's
The year, beheld the accession of
vQeOrt* V. in England, an eveat that
had no influence politically and but i
little la any other way. Of far greater
importance w r Me the tw9 British
: itamentary elections, both resulting in
frberal coalition victories by practV i
1 eally the same majorities. The first
of these forced through toe boose of
' lords the single tax budget, and the
| second practically sealed the fate of '
the peers and decreed some term at
1 Irish home role. Takea together Uisstr ■
two victories constitute : the most sig
nal triumph for the progressive side
witnessed in England since the adop
tion of the reform WU.
fflifra Abo Awakened.
Perhaps the third Stent in Impor
tance In foreign politics was the m*et
'• tag of the Chinese senate, definitely
the beginning of parildßart
tsry government in the Celestial Ktop j
dom, the last great nation that had
held out against the rising tide of de
mocracy. When China has a parlia
ment and quite wearing pigtails the
millennium will be waiting Just around
i the corw f .
i Other notable politic*! Uppeninp
> abroad were the eetablishment of we
bandbox kingdom of MoOtenegro, the
(• flght to Separate church and ta
I Spain, the Mexican uprising and the
1 swallowing of Korea by Japan.
[ Land of the Morning Calm ls Ndag
. given such a touch of high life by the
Japs that she Is now the Land of the
r Morning Ana#. Z.: .
i We hare also had eome politic* at
| home, it Is almost bratsl
•bent the elections of IMO, but It la
impossible to giro a Wow ?J£;
view of the year them. Dnot.
ocratlc and progresalve victories were
generally the result The
practically doubled their
Hon In both houses and elected gov
ernors In California, Kansas, JUctt
jgnn,_ Nebraska. New^Hampahgyij
South Dakota, Tennessee, Wisconsin
and Wyoming, slthough in the last
named state the progressive Repub
dlcan candidate ran on the Democratic
The Democrats carried the national
house by about sixty, made such gains
in the senate that the progressives will
have the balance of power and elected
governors not only In the southern
states, with the exception of Tennes
see, but In Colorado, Connecticut, Ida
ho, Maine, Massachusetts, New Jersey,
New York, North Dakota, Ohio, Okla
homa and Oregon. This was the first
time the Democrats had won such a
victory In nearly twenty years.
American Politics Likely.
Political events during the year lead
ing up to the election were the Bel
linger Investigation, resulting lh a di
vided report; the dismissal of Pine hot;
the forcing through of theTaft program
in congress, the two chief Items being
the railroad bill and postal savings
banks; the Insurgent revolt In con
gress, resulting In removing the speak
er from the committee on rules, en
larging that commltttee and making It
elective by the house; the return of
Roosevelt from Africa amid loud ac
claims and hi* subsequent disastrous
venture Into the campaign, the trip
of the president to Panama and the
practical reorganization of the United
States supreme court due to two
deaths and one resignation.
The year has been the most notable
In the history of aviation. It witneee
ed the first flight over the Alps and
haa broken altitude and speed records
so often that the fragments are scat
tered all' over two continents. Flights
across the English channel have be
come so common that they call for
only a four-line item in the newspa
pers. Borne comparison between 1010
and 100# nay be made on the heals
that the highest flight laat year was
something like 1,000 feat, while this
year the record Is 10,408 feet As for
speed, Bellanger, a French aeronaut
flew 100 miles at a rate of eighty-etx
miles an boor.
~ Aviators' Great Achievements.
Cross country tights between cities
Ms#-the feature of IMO. T*aae
ware led Mt .by Paulba*going Sea
London to Manchester. Then amiss
flew froih Albany to New Totk. and
Hamilton aped frori H%n Yerk'to Phil
adelphia and later—A»iln 1 an* day.
Later prookins covered th*.distance
fhtto 'Chicago to Springfleldj Thesw
bttioos afforts to conduct a race from
Chicago to New York and from *t
Louis to New York were abandoned,
although large purses were offered.
Neither did Walter Wellmaa fly
amiss the Atlantic In a dirigible. Tlial
waa another ease of too mutfh wind,
attlfrflfl* Well man himself blamed It
on th* equlllbrator. ills balloon Amer
ica started from Atlantic City in a
log; beat ft op the coast to the neigh
borhood of Nantaeket then got to go
ing aosth, and after traveling about 870
and being aloft seventy-two
boors the crew waa picked op or,
rather, picked dowa to th* north ef
Bermuda. Another notable balloon
voyage was that ef th* America IL
in a flight from Bt Louis to northern
Quebec, a distance of 1,366 mile*,
■keeking all records.
Considering the widespread activity
111 aviation the death Bet waa small,
gat at least tons famous pM men CTTf
their lives to the sport, fbeae wets
Delagrangc. Johnstone. Bolls and Cha
vez. the Last named being dashed to
death just after his thrilling ttat Of
crossing the Alps.
GRAHAM, N.e., THURSDAY, JANUARY 19, 1911.
jiiny fipertinf Becordi Upset.
In tbs world of sports the' Philadel
phia Athletics won from the Chicago
Cubs In the world's baseball champion
ship. Barney Oldfleld broke the world's
automobile speed record, going a mile
In 27.33 second*. Two boxing cham
pionships were settled. One of these
was for the lightweight belt, in which
event Wolpast defeated Battling Nel
son, and ths other was the dashing of
the hopes of the white race when the
mighty Jeffries could not come back.
The advent of Halley's comet was
not exactly a sporting event. In fact, j
this eighty year visitor was anything |
but a (port, since It lamentably failed
to live up to Its opportunities. If It
bad been on the Job It might have
knocked the earth halfway across the
solar system and so have prevented
the Democratic victory. Yet there ara
TWO NOTABLE EVENTS OK 1910, THREE DEMOCRATS WHOSE UU
BERNATORIAI. SUCCESSES MAT HAVE NATIONAL EFFECT AND
TWO AUTHOHR OF WORLDWIDE RENOWN WHO WERE A MONO
THB TEAK'S DEAD.
KtawmMNr that a comet-ahaed
m «i iMIiIK aa • political platform
. promt*., while tta tail la aa thin a« tba
' ANn performance to Mr. Hslley's
. -fata* alarm waa Dr. Cook'* confession.
Either tba flower ga Ha ml ad doctor
waa tivad of biding or be aaadad tba
mm; for which. It la (aid, ha sold
this utaat of bla literary masterpieces.
At any rate, ha la sot now certain
' whether be reacbad tba north pole,
bat wanta tba world to fori!re biro
the purple anowa atory, the wreath of
roaaa and tba food American dollar*
• sboweeed on Mm daring bla lecture
Cook Controreny Renewed. "
In tbla connection It la worthy of
■ote that Prafeaaor Parker returned
from bla Moant McKlnley expedition
| wit boat bar lor climbed the mountain,
but bringing back photographs of the
peak twenty mile* away that Cook
| imM and on wblcb be took bla fa
mooa picture* of tba "top of tba contl
Other notable mlacellaneous happen
-1 lugs of the ysnf-were Carnegie's ten
r gßHandonal'glft to |WI», followed
by an Americas war acare tba n«t
' day; tba census which showed that we
' tar« nearly 82.000.000 people In the
' Dnlted State* proper and orer 100,000,-
1 000 Including the outlying possessions,
' tba pan-American congress, the con
| serration congress addressed by Taft
" mad Roosevelt and the labor *trikes In
Pblladelt>bla and New York.
There ware toe
Ores, storms, eruptions, explosions,
Wracks snd other horrors. Among the
most Important disasters were the
flooding of Paris and Tokyo, the twen
ty mllilou dollar Are In the "White
City" at the Brussels exposition, the
blowing np of the I/s Angeles Times
and the frightful forest Ores In the
northwestern part of the United
The death roll of Illustrious men and
women Is a long one. The most cele
brated of the list were Murk Twain of
; America, Tolstoy of Russia and King
| Edward of England. Two members of
I our supreme court, Chief Ji)stlce Ful
ler and Justice Brewer; four United
States senators, McKnery of Louisiana,
Daniel of Virginia, Dolliver of lowa
and Clay of (ieorgla. uud one senator
elect, Broward of Florida, were among
those taken. Of men formerly prout-
inent ia our public tit Hiiwaa O.
Piatt, David B. Bill and John O. Car- ,
dale ware tbawwM aotbd of the year"*
Faaotu Woman Die.
Two famona American woman, each
about nlaety year* of age. ware claim
ad In the peraona of Julia Ward Howe
and llary Baker O. Eddy. Other wall
known Americana who paaaad away
were Louis Jamea, tba actor; Jobs La
rarge, the artikt; 0. Henry, tba abort
atory writer; Solicitor General Bower*
and Octaro Chanute, the man who In
structed the Wright brother* In aria
Re*ldee Bdward VII., two foreign
ruler* that died were Prealdent Montt
of Chile, who bad just finished a rial!
to tbla country, and King Cbulaloog
korn of Mam. Two other foreigner*
famous In flalda of learning were Gold
win Smith of Canada and Da Hubert
Koch of Berlin,
j Eves with tbla extended list the nat
ural death* hardly kept paee with-the
! political fatalities. Aa a eolace, bow
erer, we bare In place of the fallen a
! chi««or of brand new or freshly elect
, cd governor*. among tba number being
! Woodrow Wllaon, John A. DU. Slmeo*
' E. Baldwin, Eugene N. Foaa, Frederic!
I W rials ted. Jndeon Harmon, Chaae &
Ostiorn, Walter Boacoa Stnbba and III
' ram W. Johnson. Who knowa but that
] aome of theae may be nameo to conjure
| nrjtb In coming year*?
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When I'm out huskln' yaller corn
1 git so many shocks!
They Jlst go shootln' through me
From my bold top to my socks.
But when 1 straddle that ole bar'l
An" run a straw down In
An' suck up thst cold cider
With a sucker full of vim
My heels go "erack" together
Six foot up tn the air.
1 git ao full of chain llghtnln'
The sparks fly everywhere.
C. M. ItARNITZ.
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Colorado, died at his home in Den
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an illness of nearly a year. He
was born in Missouri in 1853 and
bad lived in Colorado since 1877.
He was elected to the Senate about
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