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At 830 Tuesday flight tho Hon AlTOiBROOKS
1I BROOKS PAiiKrin nont the Hon THEODonERobHEVELT
DonERobHEVELT this telegramthe
I the people by their rotw have emphatleallapprore
V and I congratulat
approre < t your Administration
you
I youTho Judge WI still unaware of thodepth
depth of his political gravo but he kneinrid
and admitted that ho was beat n by thop
people Kor the flrat timo In three orfour
four months ho was able t see a politicofact
< fact
Wednesday night ho returned to thoc
country of canarda and the hog of hugaboos
z1i boos where hn lived in tho campaigni
C k7 > i tl pr lcn i v or overwhelming dofel
feat ho talkwl to the Democracy of thonntbn
i S hritlon about tho political activity of tlutaIttg
taIttg army of officeholders and thE4obInet
Qobiriet about the tariff fed and Uej
ebbnatIons that are absorbinlP
c i gal cwbln tons tht ar
I lP jrqaith of the nation about thoc
doustariff circle and put forth agalth6
th6 greatest moral questionShall
Shall the trusts and corporations be preventsfrrjm
contributing money to control or to aid IDi
frrjm conlrbulnc mone
controlling electionsThe
The polld North and tho melted SoutIScI
ScI justshown how much stock thetook
p took In his great moral Issues So hcdisappears
disappears from potO clutching hhStWClttBt
sawdust idols to his bosomSir
1 1
I Sir Bryans ProgrammeThe
I The farce of reorganization has beerbooed
I booed from tho stage Mr BRYAN rflmtRf
thei
Ii Riuneo naturally and inevitably
i leadership of tho Democratic partyThe
I the conviction the earnestness
I The courage cnvicton earetnes
nes of tho majority of the Democracyore
I ore on his side The extrusion of theconservative
conservative Democratic minority nndn
n union with tho Bryanlzed Democrat
of Populists and other radical partiesmay
may be on the cards Meanwhile MrBRTAX
Jay issues a syllabus of the principleswhich
which ho regards aa most important andK
ti K of others of which he l hopeful
j I Reduction of the army and navy
J I < 2 Maintenance of tho Democratic
1 position on the tariff question that Isx
x protection is tho robbery of the manyfor
I for the benefit of a fewIndependence
c V r Independence for tho Filipinos
r 4 Constitutional amendment to allowr
t p r the imposition of an income tat
ft t 5 Bimetallism but this is to remainSj
I Sj in abeyance and cannot become the controlling
I 1 trolling issuefc
t Death to every private monopolyc
F c fc 7 Remedial legislation aq to hours oflabor
labor and arbitration between employersnnd
Dnc employeesfc
U fc A SX6 Rovernment by injunctionr
i r 0 Popular election of Snator
10 Direct legislationThen
i Then comes a hath of miscellaneousproposals
proposals in the direction of State socialism
I ism or more direct popular governmentThe
Ts postal telegraph system Stile ownershipot
ot railroads the election of Federal Judges fork
k fixed terms and the election of postmasters by thepeople
p people oftheir respective communitiesJt
2 Jt might bo said of Mr BRYANS Iuesthlfsore
that some are old and hopeless and someuceVcdftiiparattvoly
t uceVcdftiiparattvoly now and look equallylibpoless
e libpoless A sentimental issuo like Filipino
pino Independence has no relation witheconomic
economic changes or the limitation ofthe
the power of courts in contempt casesor
or the substitution of direct for reprer8cntatlvo
r8cntatlvo popular government or thej
j niargemeht the powers of tho Fedoral
p oral Government Mr BRYANH proRrarame
i Rrarame is only tentative of courseSomo
Somo of his provable allies are opposedto
4 t the reduction of the army and navyund
1 und the surrender of tho PhilippinesTho
Tho Democratic positionon tho tariffquestion
question is a joke at present Mr BRYANwillrender
willrender n public service If he can driveout
out the Democratic protectionist andrnoko
mao the party opposed in fact o wellnaJn
naJn word to protection
Agitation for Constitutional amendmentfi
meats Is apt to be a long jobMr
Mr BRYAN regards himself o a Jeffcreonlan
fcreonlan Democrat In fact he is agood
ic good deal of I Socialist There is therehas
S has been since IW a new Democraticparty
party having little but the name in common
11 mon with the old I Mr BRYAN cancommit
commit or help commit it to a definiteprogramme
j programme not including as mostpolitical
political platforms do include too blS aIr
nuxa of matter thn country will be muchobliged
obliged to him Radicalism is to fightagainst
against conservatism I tho radicalforcescon
JO srl 0 united tolerably and theIssilcs
Issilcs b positive and clear so muchtho
tho 7 better for both aidesPresident
President Patina MessageThe
The message of the Cuban Presidentto
to the recently convened Congress showsfh3
fh3 iglarid in t very satisfactory lightTp
how is Cubasinduatrlul
Tp < demonstrate great i CbaInd
induatrlul development we made rcntyacmprlaof
ccntlyacompari6on the insular commerce
merce by calendar years but the tAt I
President PAIAIA fortho
tics presented by PrCldlnt PAM
tho lastffiscal year make that progressappear
L appear even moro Impressive Thesoinclude
i include the shipment of her largo sugarcropT
cropof last season and they bring upthe
the exrnlt to about their value for theca
years preceding the warJ
J For tho fiscal yenr ending Tune 3
1000 Cubas exportH were a little undert50000000
t50000000 For the year ending June30i
fOO
30i IdOl thoy were B 899000 As thinistho
istho result of the practically unaidedwork1
work1 of tho inland people reflectionsJtvhlch
Jtvhlch have been made concerningtJUban
tJUban energy are fairly refuted Thet
rJ t
Cub people In thejrexport trade pccapltaJoad
capitaload the western hombephoroCubaa
Cubas imports show no such Ihcrcaas
as her exports They are only about
12 per cent above those of all fcntyoal
pr with the exception of 1002 Vhefor
for various reasons thoy fell to Sf0000
000 For tho last fiscal year they arilven
given at 74492000 From the pint ofIew
view of Cubas best interests this is orcourglng
courglng rather than otherwise Intho
the character of her imports there hab
been a important change She is buyIng
ing more manufactured goods and lotoostufs
foodstuffs This has a double slgnifoance
oance I means that her people havemonoy
money with which to buy machinerand
and Implement furniture and clothinjarticles
articles which aid in business processaor
or add comforts t tho homo Tolower
of foodstuffs
lower percentage of Imports too
stuffs Is attributable to a desirable increase
crease in domestic production for thel
local marketAn
c increase in the Cuban budget Isreprte
reported but it is In no way alarmlnand
and was quite to bo expected Therevenue
revenues are yet a long way from thosum
sums annually mulcted by the Spanisofficials
officials In the matter of disbursetnent
mont there Is no sign of any wild extravaganoo
travaganoo or Injudicious use Nevein
in the history of the island either undcSpanish
Spanish or tinder American controlhas
ha there been wiser or more economicsaxpendlture
axpendlture of the insular funds Nevelave
have Cubas offal rs been so prudently administered
ministeredThe
The most unfortunate feature Is thtclaor
clamor of the beneficiaries of the armypayent
payment They have already beeipaid
paid or soon will be paid a sum greatethan
than was proposed in the summer oC
1002 with which they were then entimllatisfied
of investi atng
latisfied The report an InvcstlutIng
commission dangled before thejyes
ng crilon dagle beror thereye
eye tho possibility of L larger plumind
tad of course they want as much as theca
an got Their acceptance of a pondiniproposal
proposal to compromise the remaindef
of their claims would be most creditible
ible That would Involve a furthelatlonal
latlonal loa of about 10000000 Tinsland
sland can bear that but beyond it ehiihould
ihould not go All tho facts of tho cnsiihow
how clearly that tho sum of 3S50000s
i the maximum which tho veterans olTubas
Tubas army can rightfully claim Anything
thing beyond that would bo an unjuslmposition
mposition on the taxpayers I is doirable
irable that these claims b definiteind
ind finally adjusted and tho rocentljissembled
issembled Congress should lose ncme
imo In settling the matter by a fat reusal
usal t pay a single peso more thans
I rightfully dueAnother
Another misfortune appears in theInancial
Inancial condition of the Cuba RailwayJompany
Jompany Tho now announced dif
ultles of this enterprise oro no rovelaIon I
cte thi enterprie rWclton
Ion t those who have been on the inide I
ton of affairs but all of them havo hojxdhat
tht the line would bo able t find or tme
me business which would set it on it
fet The line means a great deal t theiland
iland and it will become some day aver
ver valuable property I is unfortuate
t that it should now b in need ollovernmental
lovernmental aidOn
On th whole tho Cuban situation i
noouraglng and the outlook Is rich intope
hop in promiseAn
An African Show PlaceTho
The great Victoria Falls of the Zanies
bOi a t b made ono of tho showlaces
plo of the earth They aro 1600illos
mlO Inland from Cape Town yet solany
may tourists are already visiting theills
Al now that the railroad is completedmt
mt a small hotel fitted with electricghta
tht sml
lght and ie chambers and electricins
fa t counteract tho effects of theepical
epical heat has been opened This isttly
ony a temporary convenience for a bigotel
hotl is now buildingIt
I is the intention t keep the falls asee
fr from distractions and everythingnslghtly
nslghtly o possible Tho sit of thown
> wn that i springing up is about throetiles
mie from tho falls The railroad willross
cs the gorge a tow hundred yardselow
blow them on tho steel suspensionridge
ridge now building but from no pointrhero
rhero the falls can bo viewed can thoUlroad
rlloab seen Tho policy is t projrvo
jrvo unimpaired the beauty of thoills
fali and their surroundingsThe
The finest views of this fascinatingonder
obtained thouth
render of nature are obtined on
sout side of tho Zambesi and alongus
us shore of the river the Park of Peacenow
rver
I now being laid out In this park goodods
ra will lead t every point of vantagelong
long the river bank where tho variousjpecte
jpecte of the falls may be seen to tliosat
bt advantage Tho falls are BO largoiat
tat they cannot b observed In theiritirety
itirety from any point but the majortractlons
tractions are In view from the south
em bankThe
The only building permitted In thopark
park will be the largo hotel five storiesIn
In height which tho railroad companyis
is now putting up I will be completedIn
In time for the meeting of the liritlshAssociation
Association for tho Advancement ofScience
Science which will be there in a fewmonths
months the first body of scientific mento
to meet in Central AfricaOn
On the north side of the river butsome
some distance from tho falls anotherpark I
park Is being laid out with zoologicalgardens
gardens grounds for sports and otherattractions
attractions This park will boa popularresort
resort while tho Park of Peooo will b
more quiet and especially intended forthe
the display of many species of CentralAfrican
African fora
I will cst a pretty penny t go tothese
these falls and the expense of livingthere
there a few days or weeks will be no mal
Item An attraction so far removedfrom
Itm A atrcton rmove
from cotnpion routs of travel could notdraw
draw many visitors if It were not superlative
lative In its quality but It Is contendedthat
that nothing In tho line of water faUsequals
equals tho beauty and grandeur of Victoria
toria Falls Being over a mile wideand
and 400 feet high they are twice an broadand
and two and a half times an high asNiagara
Niagara Falls the greatest water powerIn
In tho world is centred there for engineers
gineers say that during the food seasonat
at least 35000000 horaopower represent
tent the quantity of power continuallypouring
pouring over the mighty cataractsIt
It IH a curious fact that the least waterpours
croUt
pours over the falls when the rulnyseason
season Is In full progress there andwhen
when tho fall are in flood the countryJ
iL 0 4t
t
around them iodr as a bone Ti
shows the bigness of the Zambesi Pthe
the time tho flood waters of tho upperiver rriver
river getdown to tho falls tko rainseason
season hn ended in that regionMr
Mr nrvce and thoNovr York ElectloiMr
Mr JAMES BHTCB of England whosstudy
study of Tho American Commowealth
wealth was generally e wise andsympathetic esmpathoto
sympathetic had a opportunity pesonally
sonally t observe Now York on Tuesdaunder
election ofpivotl
under tho strain of a great eecon
pivotal Importance The peaoofulnosof
of the people excited In him the hlgheeadmiration
admiration and with good reasonTho
Tho order which now prevails at aleleoton
elections In Now York Is ono of tho mostImprClve
impressive manifestations of the fnCof
of tho American people for selfgovernincnt
mont Tho more numerous the 0100
torato becomes the more complete Is thopoorulnc
peacefulness of an election Even whethe
the people gather at evening In grencrowds
crowds In many places Impatlentlawaiting
awaiting tho results of the poll thor i
no disorder that I not playful and harmless
less Much blowing of horns is heardbut
but there is no angry discussion nobiteres
bitterness of resentment i oxprosscby
by tho defeated Drunkenness is nlmosentirely
entirely absent The most timid womaican
can mingle with tho crowd without encountering
countering anything t provoke her talar
alarmThis
This is the more remarkable becnuson
on the island of Manhattan in which MtUnvcEmndo
UnvcEmndo his observations fivesixthof
of the population are of foreign birtlor
or are the children of the foreign bornFrom
From these Immigrants grave dan erto
to public order were prophesied in tinpast
past and still are feared by some of thopeoplo
people of older settlement but actually
ally a they increase In number antrelatively
relatively to tho rest of the populationmore
more selfcontrol Is manifested by NevYork
York crowds and a higher degree olorder
order distinguishes them They havtturned
turned the night of an election Into 11Rr
sort of carnival time which wan unknown >
known before their becoming 6 vast nmjorty
majority of the Inhabitants but thus they
Imvo relieved tho suspense of the waitingthrongs
throngs by giving them an innocent out
lot for their feelings Instead of roughloss
there Linow
loss and rudeness of demeanor ther
low displayed a considerateness whichiiakcs
make 1 Now York election night crowdjno
ono of the most civilized which everather
ather In any part of tho worldIt maysven
sven b distinguished a tho most civiltnd
tnd best temperedTho
Tho election scenes witnessed by Mr3RYCB
3RYCB took place after a bitter contestit
at the polls in which an electorate otoward
oward 700000 people engaged representative
sentative of almost every race of manind
kind in n community the most diversiicd
ted in its rare elements which ha overXH
XH > n gathered together in human hiaory
ory yet ho could have gone throughmy
my district of tho town at any time ofhat
hat night without danger and withoutther
other annoyance than might have beennfllcted
nfllcted on especially sensitive nervesy I
b y tho din of the revelryrhc
The Advantages of Voting MachinesAfter
After Tuesdays experience with thoruinbcrsome
ruinbcrsome confusing blanket ballotho
tho electors of this city may b askingor
or an easier and simpler method ofoting
oting at tho next election and tho quesion
I ion of the adoption In Now Yorkof thooting
oting machines which have been trieduceessfully
uceessfully elsewhere may b considred
ere seriously Theo mechanical doicesarc
icesarc in use in many of the importantities
ities of tho State of New York wherehey
cte
hey seem to have given general satisactton
action The voting machine adds upho
the votes for candidates automaticallynd
bo ascertained thonstnnt
and tho totals con b Icrtlne
nstnnt the polU aro closedThis
This result Ls popular for It does awnyntirely
ntirely with the Blow and often bunging
lng counting necessary when ordinarylaliots
blot are used Instead of beingbilged
bilged to wait for hours for returnsnd
and more hours for revisions tho peoplean
rn learn the results speedily and cnnilaco
plao absolute confidence in them Theirst
tho last totalsnd
irst totals are Invariably lat
and there Ls no going behind the mahinos
hinos returns There may b occasional
tonal Blips in tho tabulations and thoko
ko which are made by hand but usuallyhose
theo ore Insignificant Then againhero
hero aro no void or defective ballots toUtress
Utress the official canvasser and furish
nih ammunition for contests by disapolntod
poinle officeseokers The totals on tholachincs
lachincs are final and I plurality ofno
ono Ls a good o one thousand to thouccessful
uccessful candidate so far as the canassing
casing of the returns Ls concernedIn
In the city of Now York tho public areept
kept for hours in suspense as to tho
results of
clerks are toiling painfully over thoseparate
separate ballots passing them fromhand
hand to hand and picking out in caseswhere
where the ticket has been split tho candidates
didates against whoso names tho crossmarks
marks have been setIf
I tho contest had been close In thiscity
city on TOday wo might still bo Ignorant
ant of tho actual results of tho cleo
tion As It was It was long after mklnight
night before anything like definite fr
ures had been gathered up and tabulated
lated In th meantime It was knownin
in New York leas than two hours aftertho
tho polls had closed exactly what plurality
ity President ROOSEVELT and the othercandidates
candidates had received In Buffalo andRochester
Rochester and other municipalities wherevoting
voting machines are in useTho
Tho Bifurcation of tho ProgressiveHealth
Health ClubFrom
From Ihe edge of harsh derisionfrom
from discord and defeatFrom
From doubt and lame divisionWe
We pluck sweet fruit and ratThe
The Progressive Health Club of Chicagohas
The friends of thosimple
has bon split in two frcndR
simple life have flocked by themselvesTho
Tho friends of the strenuous ditto havodittoed
I dittoed In vain the president DrMAUY
MAUY A BKvMOun stood at the pianonnd
nnd played the first and loot stanzas oflilet
1 Blest Ho tho Tie flint Hindu Thentrcnuous
I strenuous members those who holdthat
that physical culture Is more than breakfast
fast foods called tho Seymour ant
physlcal culturists club pirates knowitalls
italls and anarchists Progressive
4 A
health mellows the vCbulyhld
held a secession meeting which Mopne
opened with physical culture exorcistjunder
junder the direction of Mrs CIUKLTKELLET SIEL
KELLET secretary of the old club DrBRntOun
Simioun was deposed Secretary KEL
LET even charged the Doctor with faluro
uro t pay her own cub dues arnountinto
t 150 and an admission fee of 25 cnt
to a card party given by the club Cnther
there b such wratlis In celestial andprgrively
progressively healthy mind
For fear of violence tho Biceps factloand
and the antiBiceps faction met In h
five miles apart Mrs MABTHA KEUOCIof
of tho Soymouritcs made this curiouassertion
assertionIlls
I I absurd to suppose tht women u old uwe
we r would want to take physical cultureAVo
Wo ore sure tho ladies in Dr SETMOTOIclub
club aro not old and surely noantiquitcould
could make them Inferior t the TyranMan
CIUBLECARHOUI
Man In his ninetieth year CHARL
CARROLL of Carrollton used t run dowthe
the stir of his house rush into thstreet
street and let tho steps of the ladlesconches
the footmen wenawake
conches down before werawae
awake Ho used to ride wo dont knovhow
GEORGE BANCROFT
how many miles a day DACRO
CROFT rode when he was long past eightyAt
At eightyodd Mr DAVIS of West Virginia
ginia delights to jump off tho Democratlplatform <
platform Mrs HELIXIO Is mtstaJfenShe
She I also mistaken in believing thathero
thero is altogether too much parliamentary
mentnry law in womens club Parliatnentnry
liatnentnry law owes some of its mos1fascinating
fascinating modifications to these institutions
tutionsIf
If the ladle of the bifurcated ProKrossivo
Krossivo Health Club will g with u inktho
tho Chicago Womans Athletic Chitthey
they will learn something to their advantage
vantage Director Huoo PRUESSINOwho
who teaches the mentalphysical psychophysical
Ls giving his firellecture
chophysical system I fiving hi fltleturo
lecture nnd exercises It l thOjflrsItimo
Limo the club over had a man instructor
n tho house and everybody is flutterng
Inp and proud Whlo somebody playaselections
selections from CHOPIN Herr PKDESUvo
Uvo shows the Indies how by men
xmccntration mindwlthbody exercisehoy
toy canHave
Have neat graceful figuresStrong
Strong well sbaped anklesA
A walt Inc Where I should beRemove
Remove double chinsWard
Ward o3 nervous prostrationThe
The trouble with physical exercise ishat
hat J people do not make it an Intclleoual
ual affair They do not use their mindsvlth
vlth their dumbbellsExactly
Exactly The antiBiceps faction cantipftoso
ipftoso physical excrcLso that i intclloctlaj
laj also Set an accomplished Chopinistt
at the piano and let her play thoso waring
ing women into harmonyRemarkable
Remarkable Incident of the NewYork
York PollAn
An analysis of the poll on Tuesdayrings
rings out the significant fact that thotins
in New Yorkoro
I n of Mr ROOSEVELT ew
oro rather in Democratic than opub
len districtsWhat
What Is tho meaning of this Tammany
many has been accused oflndifferenceut
but there is nothing to justify the accuation
ation Evidently In districts where itsoliUcal
pltca domination Is usually absolutelarge
a large part of tho voters rebelled thiscar
year Tho expectation of such a resulti
i probably tho reason why Mr MUIIPHYok
took no ventures in the way of predlclons
lonsTho
tonsTho
Tho Jows now so important an clement
icnt in tho New York electorate seemj
j have gone over to UOOSKVKLT immerusly
t Iono
usly if not preponderantly As woointed
pointed out the other day there aro nowioro
moro than 250000 members of laborrganizations
rganizations in New York Leaders ofhose
hose are now boasting that the Democratic
ratio loss In votes was duo to their turing
ing against that party Very likely theirilk
talk is not nil without reasonTho
The great moss of both the larger and
the smaller merchants and dealers of al
orts were opposed to a change In thoiovcrnment
iovcrnment at a time when generallyiicy
the are doing well The recollection ofie
the business distress after 1802 was vividmong
anon very many of them and amongorkingmcn I
orkingmcn alsoMoreover
Moreover and most significantlyresident
resident ROOSEVELTS course with rcard
ard to tho lands of tho Friars in thohillpplnoa
hillpplnoa attracted to him very manyomau
oman Catholic votes usually assuredj
to tho DemocracyTammanys
Tammanys usual adherents hadirgely
irgely passed beyond the reach of itsifluenco
ifluenco and Its discipline I couldot
not stop tho drift t ROOSEVELT for thorepelling
repelling force was the dictate of sclfiterest
interest in the rebelsTJho
TJho correspondent who writes today ononcy
mOM and elections lute seen In Rome news
paper a calculation
of tho political Patties UKKrcgated J21000
000 A tenth of that sum would ba nearertho
tho mark For n dozen years there hasbren
been no Presidential election In which thocampaign
campaign funds collected by tho nationalcommittees
committees tiara been HO small as in tholate
Into canvass
i
Not War Etiquette I
To TII HDiTon or THE Suit Sir The Japshave
have no won ecncMl admiration for their chivalryM
a well us skill and daunllra courage that onefeels
feels surprise A uch a hrerch of war etiquette aOtn
Gen Noils Invitation to the RUMlan rank andnie
nil at Port Arthur In surrender I Is certainly
not polite toward Otft SlotMtl and such tamperIng
Ing with troops has ala been considered a milltary
lan offence second only to spyingIn
In Old Mortality Scott records how the grewsome
some nslfour warned a young Comet of Claverhoiusx
hoiusx Dragoon to desist from a HUo attempt ontho
tho feats or fidelity of certain Insurgents and Inhit
hit run persistence Bred on him The poor mouJlks
Jlks who are gelling a rough dose ol It Just nowaeem
JII this point of honor Trieralck arctek
seem to appreciate thi pll Ter aeAlrk
alck of their trouble and aro willing enough tourrender
surrender I their officers will do I officially TeAr
auHer further eltrexnitIearatur
to eitremWerather
tire nrtdently willing auler furhcr utrmltefthtr
rather than betray their counuy or their < > wnmilitary
military honor lED TREFOILNEW
NEW YonK Nov IIlnt
Ilonte and the IMectlnnTo
To TitlE runon or Tim SUH1r The electionsof
of recent years bring to mind a pauatn In thetenth
tenth canto of th Inferno I quote from IlrParsons
Parsons translationSHgBlly
SHgBlly the spirit ral ed his haughty browsAnd
And sid Thy sire to mine r aye adveneTo
To me and to the cause I did cpouttYVnerrfnre
YVnerrfnre their leclonj twice dd I disperseWhat
What thnuch they banished Seen They nil r
turnedIich
lurnl
Iich tlmoot their xpnltlon I repliedThat
That Is an an thy piny never learnedNw
Nw YOHI Nov 10 It JFeminine
Feminine AmenityStella
Stella Jack iuiil I are to be marriedIkUa
IkUa What freaJt election bets men do mal
srese a I
TB ZZi0r102VJNCLVADAA
A Canadian on me Great Significance oTheir
Their n nullsTo
To THE EDITORor Tun Bnw Mr NOTthat
that the elections that toolplace
the full results of eleons tokp18l0
place In Canada a week ago can bo appreciated
Cnad
ntftd It seems cfntrallr conceded that therhave
have given a final blow t what In CanadiIs
Is called ChamberlalnlsmTho
Tho two leaders whflo both declaring unabated
abated desire t maintain the present relatlons >
long with Great Britain took dlfforcirviews
wit
views of tfie methods to be adopted Thochief
chief of the Opposition Mr Harden who loshU
hU own seat expressed himself ready tonegotate
negotiate with the British Government orthe
the basis of Mr Joseph Chamberlains propositions
sitions which In practice would moan arearly
early collapse of Canadas ruanufacturlntIndustries
Industries without benefiting to any largiextent
extent her agricultural Industry exposedas
a It would be even If Great Britain grantedpreferential
the steady competition
preferential treatment t steay cmpetton
preflrnta treatment
petition of India and the growing rivalry olAustralia
Australia and Now Zealand I was the
two circumstances that sent BO many of themanufacturers
manufacturers and tat who have hit
erto stood by the Conservative party over toSir
Sir Wilfrid LaurlerSir
Sir Wilfrid on tho other hand In the declaration
ration he made at borel In the province ofQuebec
trel I
Quebec at mae beginning of the electoralcampaign
campaign put himself on record 8 ready totreat
treat with Great Britain on an equal and loiependent
iependent footing and to make a treaty ofcommerce
commerce suitable to Canadas particularconditions
L Cnadaa
conditions The attempt that was made byMr
Mr Monk tho lieutenant of Mr Horden tholormtd
Iputenant bunSonald
Illdfr or fhe Opposition te Import the uuodonntd
lormtd affair Into the discussion speedilyecelved
dl8uMlon Ille
received Its quietus from Sir Wilfrid Lauriend
and the Minister of illlltla Mr Fisher andjy
Ihe elections were decided on the whole byIho
Iho view taken of the l8al ue lon ralsl
jy Mr Joseph Chamberlains propositions
The result Has been In the negative and Blrrtllfrld
rtllfrld Laurler will now have the opporunlty
unlty of presenting his proposals on behalff
Ileentnl
of Canada to the Ilritlsb Government whichvlthout
vlthout Hrltsb politically will raiseler
her to the Rtatlw of is semiIndependent btateommerclally
I
ommerclally If theso arc accepted l > yIroat
commprclaly Canada will then be free tontcr
Iroat Britain lo creohtoentr
Irolt CanaeA wi
ntcr Into commercial treaties with otherountrlP
ountrlP without the former conventionalnterferencf
nterferencf of Great Britain This Is rprnrdod
Int4Clrenct Urplt
Brtll Wilfridaiirlors
rnrdod A one of the triumphs of tilr
aiirlors policy and In It lie has the unloubtpd
loubtpd support of the country at larireAs
As lupprt effect without 1 cause It Isrorth
earth noting that since loci British Importif
of wheat from Canada t the end of Septompr
have diminished from 048SSS
each
hpr of
pr eah year hlvo dlmlnlsbe
48SSS hundredweight In 1002 and R13
St8SS hundrMwellht hludrewohht In thniresent
recent year while the Imports from Britishndla
whie Imprts
ndla for the sumo years have Increasedteadllr
teadllr from OIWSSS to I7lfi000 fromtreentlna
O
160733 t 1I
audrrom
nndroni
treentlna from loioons to I8lfl9fi00
roni Russia from 2470172 to l3W320f mnredvrelght
redvrelght The Imports from Australla
81a have narly doubled being 81WOOO hunIrcrtwHKhta
IrcrtwHKhta In the present year but tho crom
rom this country like those from Canadaavefnllen
hlo sHea off being only finsnWX hundrndPichrs
Pichrs this year nicinet JWsiifiOq In IDOIIt
wellhil
It cnn readily he seen that Canadas Interestsequlre
require such a policy n Sir Wilfrid Inurpras
would
as declared necessary otherwise they
hl8 at the merer of every fluctuation of 101
Ice In llrent Britain The large majorityllh
llh which he has been kept In office andower
power Is therefore a clear Indication that thoanndlan
anndlan people are with him and for CanadarRt
enlan CANADIANNKW
NKW YORK Nov in
ELECTRICITY 7V THE SVIHTAYA
A Reply by tho Electrical Director orthe
the Interborouch CompanyTo
To inr EDITOR OP TUB BtTN Sir Bo farns
ns engineers arc concerned the letter of myfriend
friend Mr Tesla printed In your paper ofNov
Nov j answered itself and but for his reflection
flection upon the business policy of Mr Belmont
oton upn
mont and his associates no comment wouldbe
be necessary In titlnc that n mistake wasniado
niado In not asking electric companies tofurnish
furnish the bent In tell of the cheapest equipment
furlb however Mr Tests makes a seriouscharce
charce directed apparently not at the engineers
gineers of the Inlerborough Rapid TransitCompany I
Company but nt Its mnnnRemcnt and InJustice
Justice to theso gentlemen who have performed
formed their part In I quasipublic ejiterprl
prl o In 1 most liberal nnd thorough mannerIt
It seems proper for me aa the engineer responsible
spODslblo for the electrical equipment tosay
lay that Mr Tcslas statement f entirelyerroneous
erroneousIn
In providing an equipment costing morethan
than twice as much aa was contemplated nttbo
tbo time the contract with tho city was executed
ecuted Mr Belmont nnd his associate directors
rectors have Imposed upon their engineeringadvisers
advisers no limit of cost If any mistake Intho
ntvl selection of the electrical equipment hasbeen
been made all Mr Tesla offers no evidencethat Ithat
that such Is the ease the mistake Is minemid
mid tot Mr Bclmonts I Is a pleasure toemphasize
Imlhollt tho fact that no company withwhich
which I have been connected In carrying outnn
nn Important work of engineering construction
tion Involving the expenditure of largo sumsof
or money ever Improved moro strongly uponIt
its engineering advisers the wish of lu management
agement to secure tho bent attainable resultnor
nor allowed Its technical staff greater latitudewith
with respect to methods and expenditureMr
Mr Teslun letter cannot lit discussed withprofit
profit In the columns of the dally press midmy
my recollection of what he has done for electrical
trical progress In the past Is so vivid that Iam
am disinclined to comment upon his teehnicilsuggestions
suggestions which perhaps aplietr moreplausible
plausible to the average reader than to theengineer
engineer I would suggest to Mr Tesln however
ever that a paper from him containing speclfloand
and definite criticism of the electrical IQulp
ment of the subway might be presented before
fore tho American Institute of KlectrlcalFnglncers
Engineers and that I he will present such 1pape
paper I shall be glad to meet Mm upon suchan
an occasion for tho purpose of a full andfrank
frank discussion L II STIIMVEUNEW
NEW YORK Nov oThe
The Remarkable Suggestion ot a IdvryerTo
To THE EDITOR or THE SUN Str In the discusIon
sinn over the advertising signs In the subway alawyer
lawyer Mr John De VW Warner urged the citizens
seas of New York to make an assault upon the advertising
vertising signs and kick them down put their footthrough
through them and demolish them A little laterfinding
been followed heeiprcscd
finding that his advice had not tololvl
eiprcscd keen regret that the people had not runamuck
amuck u be urged them to doWhether
Whether or not the advcrtlMng ins should beIn
In the subway what do law abiding citizens of NewVorlc
York think of Mr Warners plant What does hisgood
good friend Ilr hives exCorporation Counselthink
think of the advlcet Suppose that such advice had
hi Mr Debs In a similar matter would
I be thought out of the way to secure an Injunctionagainst
against hIm and his followersMr
Mr Warners plan suggests that ot the Magistrate
trate who advised New York cllUent to shoot automoblllsts
moblllsts who In their opinion were violating thespeed
speed ordinance Mrs Carrie Nation won no greatapplause
applause for her hatchet campaign among theaMoons
aMoons though I was generally conded IhMAh
she was actuated by righteous Ipdlgnatlon againstwrong
wrong or what she thought to be wrong and thatshe
she simply became a law for herself In the absenceot
ot any adequate law which she could call upon Isnot
not her act exactly the same In principle as wouldbe
be that of the citizens who should act upon Mr Johnne
ne Witt Warners advice and begin a campaign ofdemolition
demolition among the subway slentlIs
I It wise t eH upon the people to run amuck Inorder
order to set right anything which In the opinion ofsome
some Is wrong Wherein dDt this diner fromanarchy
anarchy and lynch law la I any safer In principleand
and effect to urge the public to Join In a lynchingbee
bee against Ihe subway signs than I U to arousethem
them to lynch some miserable criminalNew
New YORK Nov I KUOINX TnwtxoKilling
Killing for pr
To THE Dna or Tut Bunsir It Is mostgratifying
gratifying to red your editorial on Killing u aSport
rrllfnr
Sport to THE SON of todayKilling
Killing u a sport I the sport ot brutes not otmen
men and th sooner I I sloPp Uber by law o
by the weight of public opinion the happier forexTry
AnXQLEWOOD
everyone
nXQLEWOOD NOV 10TO
TO inc norms or Tim Sew Sin I note withpleasure
pleasure your editorial In TUB Sux on Killing ai aSport I
Sport You might even go furtherLook
Look a coursing It means the running downof
of a timid animal by dogsprobalily Its ultimateand
and painful destructionThe
The ordinary shooting of deer Is Infinitely morebrutal
brutal tlhough we pride ourselves on our higherrlvlllMllom
rlvlllMllom than a Spanish bullfight There ihebull
bull hii some fair play einl the toreador Is In plimlcal
cal danger Here a timid AnImal Is run Into wnterpulled
pulled down by dogs and Its throAt cutor I laohOI
shot with safely to the sportsmanThoj3 1Tlos
Those heroes brave In leather breechesAre IAr
Are great on ftvcbsrred gates and ditchesThe IThe
The perils ot the Held to dareAnd
And bunt that furious bcut the hareOh
Oh courage rarerMT
MT O NOV 1 JEiCCUMM J
rern 4Mfla 0
JUONEY IN EimtlOJiSTtie
The Question or Congrwt Inve tlgaUoarid
arid Uio Assumed FaoUTo
To THK EDITOB or1 THE HtS Sir Youcorrespondent
correspondent Harvard touchedthls mornIng
fog as It seems to me the kernel of the topistarted
when hewrote
started by him a few days ago
wrote It Is only the Improper use of jnonewhich
wrle thithere
which can Justly be condemned and of
there U very much less than la popularly sup
posed to existHow
poae Is the sum used by all the committeesIn
accurately ascertained
In tho recent campaign to be accuaty
certained and who will ever know how muchwas
was properly and how much Improperly usedIt
I
It U not reasonably to be expected that eitherhouse
house of Congress will now empower a committee I
mittee comptihorlly to corkscrew the tact
mltt compuhorli
out of the chairmen and treasurers of nationalState
State county city and town committees andcompel
compel their bank accounts to reveal theirsecret
secret The plan Is well enough for a college
loge academic educated man In politics but t quiteacademic
Assume that as one of your contemporariestha
tha published Ji100000 W8 collected anddisbursed
disbursed by all the committees or llM avoter
voter that vast sum may have been properlypaid
paid out a a means of a voting education
It Is of course an expensive business adequately
I I
quately t educate 14000000 voters In theexercise
exercise of civic righteousness and do it Inthe
the brief time of threo or foul month
But how much h been expended and forwhat
what obJect
That I the real question For what purpose
pose did the giver bestow the money and forwhat
what purpose did the spenders spend 1t Is agiver
giver bound to prescribe the manner of Itsexpenditure
expenditure or can he save hil conscienceand
and a corporation save Its corporate conscience
science by throwing the responsibility onthe
the party chairmanIf
I It shall turn out that none has been IId
or attempted to be used to pay the nativeborn
born or the naturalized or the alien niter forhis
his vote the fact will no doubt be a greatrelief
relief and Joy to many good men and womenIn
In our own and foreign landsBut
But will It be quite decent and fair now fUr
denly to corkscrew out the facts May noteven
even those corporations who with lofty aimgave
gave money solely for educating voters t
vote Intelligently fairly enough protestagainst
against such publicity To be sue Congresscan
can I It thinks attempts have been made tobribe
bribe voters for Presidential electors or forCongressmen
Congressmen cause the conditions L boInvestigated
Investigated and the bribers need not beconsidered
Investllt nee
considered but can any authority otherthan
than State authority punish for the pastand
and prevent for the futureNEW
NEW YORK Nov o BAIOTBOXIHUTIPS
TIPS A WAITER RECEIVED
They Include Jewelry nook otht
Beside MoneyFrom
From TitBUJacnues
Jacques of the Carlton Hotel known astIso
the best head waiter In Europe invited miup
up t his room nt tho top of the house whereho
ho unlocked a heavy steel cabinet and disPlayed
played tho finest collection of tips probablyIn
In the worldThis
This Is Just to dhow you that every pourbolr
bolr we waiter recelvo is not in hard cashhe
he saidThere
There were Jowetlod pins cuff links andshirt
shirt studs gold and silver clffar cigarettecases
cases and match boxes ivory curios a bookor
or two and a lot of autographsAt
At the tiroQ of the lat Queens funeraland
and again ut the time of tho coronation ofthe
the Ktnl said Jacques this hotel wusiuicktdwith
with potentates and nobles from all overtho
the ehrth J the total of tips given hero luthOBU
those days had actuallv amounted to 10 prcemit
cent of what those folks paid lu restaurantbill
bills we would all bo rich As a matter offact
fact the tips scarcely average G tier centmany
oC the resturnl reeehJ 1 I timmy Clint yetssais
many of my waiters nmku 20or more weeknnd
IRI soml of them possess lore avullablurush
rush than souse of tho pulrons whom theyserve
serveThat That Ijoautlful scarf pin was given tomo
mo by tho Aluko of Abcsoinethlngorothuronly
only a few weeks ugo and these studs weregiven
given to me by the Jcrmnn Minister of theInterior
Interior not ten days use Then heres awatch
watch charm given t mo years since by irlncdHenry
Henry of 1russla that cigarette case wasbunded
bunded to rn ° by 1 arena Duke of Itnxslaafter
after I had nerved 1 dinner for him of thirtyIlosebery
urtr ler1
covers hero are the autrll 18 oC LordItosebery
Ilosebery lero tlalfour and Sir ChamberlainAn
An American gentleman offered me I littlefortune
fortune just for tho autographs and anotherAmerican
American Mr Carnegie gave map this bookon
on How to SucceedWhat
What do I prlro most Thlsr Anl
Tnc < iue8 oppnl n wardrobe nnd took outn
1 dress coat Id like hI said to ulvothat
that coat back to the ono who gave It to leo
Ho wus a young Kngllsh lord He wentbroke
broke In this hotel and rother than gonwuywithout
without tipping me ho gave me this dresseont
wlthout tJPtnl 10 Iale
coat He had no money and hnd to leavehis
his luggage to cover his bill Ho went toAmerica
America and mnde a name theroIncnue
Incnue was now sharpening his pencilwith
with n Ito golden pocket knife Thatn
n tip too I askedCrown
Crown Prince of Sweden he replieddropping
dropping tho knife back In his pocket wherethero
there was I Jingle of golden foverelgns thatrepresent
represent the backbone of the tipping systemThings
Things JapaneseTen
Ten years ago Japan exported ISM worth ofcotton
cotton crepe to the United Slates but now the figure
ure Is 13300 yearly Japans total export of crepeIs
Is worth tUIWO yearlyJapanese
Japanese silk has a fine future In Mexico I theJapanese
Japanese exporters are more scrupulous a to thequality
quality of the silks they send thereDemand
Demand In China for Japanese canras shoesfans
fans chlua and antimony are Increasing since thepresent
present Far East war beganIn
In AujiuttWI Japan exported UOOOOIM worth ofmanufactured
manufactured silk tissues against II1WMMO worthIn
In August 1W3 a Increase of JiO5000 There aals
also a Increase of 170000 In the exportation ofsilk
silk handkerchiefs Japans total experts In AugustIMI
lOt wee ot the value of H878OfW against lISrU
517000 In August 10 Such a small decreaseI8WOJO
I8WOJO In time of war Is surprising The falling ofwas
was In raw silk exported Tea figures for llrio
0 raw silk for iiSOO003 cotton yams for II8W
0 copper for 554103Japans
Japans Imports In August 1BOI amounted ioitEfli1X53
111721030 against 1157310 August 1003 a derease
rease of only 11510000 This Is another surprisng
log result for war times The decrease was mainlyIn
In raw cotton 11000003 against MWOOOO a falng
also decreased S0oooichlle
01 of II03DOW Sugar 10
ichlle wool Increased I O and kerosene oilVXafff
VXafff Ice figures for KMOOOO total ImportJapanese
Japanese Formosa did an export business ofWOOWOand
WOOWOand an Import business jswonoin August
1901 leaving a balance ot U2a favor of
IslandJapanese
Japanese progress Is shown In the fact that thereceipts
receipts from her State forests for timber firewoodbamboo
bamboo and other produce rose from tmooo18SO ID1m
18SO to llJOIOM In I90J an Increase of J10750WA
A Suggestion From the DefeatedVo
Vo TUB EDItoR or TUB Stsgr What ourcountry
country needs most Is an opposition party strongenough
enough to bold the Government U check Nothingot
of the kind Is In eight Tbe opposition Is only anameand
name ad I seems to have no chance of becomingmuch
much more than that for yearn to comeIs
Is the great strength of the Republican tunyan
a element of danger Who can lel Powerhas
has had a bad eflect upon lu possessors since theworld
world began 1 It Is true that history repeatsItself
Itself we cannot but feel that there Is danger In thewake
IICI
wake of this recent triumph a skeleton at thefeast
feast ONEW
NEW YOKE Nov I
Out Westlie
lie style Did e do any spllllln1 at tier pollitlilt
tlilt yearGunbustaNot
Gunbusta Not much I only spilt Jim IHudjinose
nose and Jake Wlldunl beadTl
Tht nnutan SituationAdmiral
Admiral noje tvensky t the Cur The squadron
ron Is with a single bean at th foot of your Majestys j
estys throneAnd
And thats whats the matter with RussiaHer
Her fleets at the foot of the throneHer
Her armies and all of her 10pieAnd
And Liberty dry as a neWhal
What Mia needs Is a Japanese TarnishA
A polish to make her shineVllhlheshenof
With Ihcahen of a new time brtllUneeThai
Thai gllstrnt clean down the lineThe
The scouring will hurt like thr dickensTbe
Tbe rubbing will rAe her scrrHut
Hut Its next to the Cur and lb CossackWith
With the Jap at the opn doorAnd
And when Its all over and finishedAnd
world are throughWith
And thr Japad tbword thrurhWlh
With the Job they ban taken old RuulaWill
Will be just u good u newI
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I
I A 4 a qsLs
sLs I t S
t
WINE FOR TOE SVnviVORWhich J11le
Which of Thwe Mexican Yeterani May Drn
I Will BOOB Do DecidedVom
From Me Chicago TribuneA
A wager between wine and death rnidefiftyfive
fiftyfive yearn ago may loon be Iald 1Qthevault
the vault of a bunk at Covlncton Ind reposes
poses a bottle of ancient vintage to contents
tents of which wU be drunk by the ainiesurvIvor fwr
survIvor of a little band of twenty soldiersof
of the Mexican War The wager I the nxutunique
unique of the kind on record After the cloutof
of hostllltjps with Merloo twenty of the vetscans I
rant who went t the front from Fount locuntid
county InS met In reunion This WM i0
1640 I was voted t assemble yearly tlft
alter on Thanksgiving DayAt
atr
At the first dinner a bottle of wine waspresented I
presented t the little company and In I hal1joking i
joking manner one augceeted that the botileremain
remain uncorked > untU but one survivor remained
mained this one to qal the wine t < thememoir
memoir olto gone before The idetmet
met with Instant favor and It was so age > dEach
Each year the annual dinner has been heldand iti
and each one more closely cemented the tinof
of comradeship formed on the plainsMexico or
Mexico For years at the annual Knthnrincithe
the bottle hi occupied a place of honorat t
at the head of the table and was nnnuollrthe I
of JesU and predictionsaa
the subject merry JPt pokllonsM
aa to who would be the survivor to drinkIts
Its contents Aa the years passed and thelittle
little band became reduce i In number theJosta rJet
Jet ceased and Instead the old soldier whowere rwere
were left looked with awe and venerationupon
upon the flask regarding I as a link thatbound
bound them to the memory of those who hsdgone iIon
1ow
beforeow
Bone before
Ion there are seventeen who have cnlP
the dark river leaving three who will IIMrassemble
ie
assemble rver next Thanksgiving Uiy 01the tte
the three who are left all am pnst 80 nnrn ofage
age and all knowfull well that soon tinstrnnttcompact
compact made In Hit must end Knih wonders
den to whom the lot will fall In the ywirlyInterval
Interval between Thanksgiving Dny minionsthe
the bottle of wine Is kept safely under KiinrdIn
botte
In the bank vault but before many ywirs Itwill
will be removed from Its place of depositfor
wi the remove For fiftylive years 1 Imibeen
been preserved n pathetic memory ot theshadowy
peprc will not be lone untilIta
shadowy pass but It w1 101 uatl
Ita mission will be fulfilled
Soundi That Are Hard to imllatrfrom
from the Rallimon HrraldThat
That man can Imitate pwfcctly the Jlnrtaof
of money said In I tone of eulogy a youngwoman
womanWell
Well what of that objected her companion
panion That ought not t be hard to doTry
Try 10 do I
The objector after summoning Inlomind Idemind
mind the sound of Jingling money Irlrd
Rrrtattat he went Hrhrbnrara
ra Chkchkkchk Then he smiled apologetically
getically for he had fled Not by thefurthest
furthest stretch of the Imagination couldIt
It be said that he had uttered a sound thatresemoled
resemoled moneys Jingle In the least decreeI
I knew you couldnt do I said the youngwoman
woman I is amazing how many asmnpissounds
sounds there are that we cant Imitate tryas
as we will There IB for loHtance the noumlof
wi walking the sound of a typewriting
of a person Iunc
wDlklll
pron sound ofrunning
machine In operation the
writing
running water the sound of a breaking dishYou
You cant Imitate those commonplace noiseand
canlllllw
and Ldoubt If any onn In the world cnn Ourvocal
vocal capacity seems to us large but It Ureally
really limited enough as limited as manyanimals
animals and much more llmltod than cerlias
titin bircs That ic why I honor a mats whohas
has extended his vocal capacity sufficientlyto
to Imitate the pleasant silvery Round ofmoneys
moneys jingleBurglars
Burglars Skill in Opening SafeJVom
Prom the Chicago KrcordlleralJJnines
James Waltsch who In well known to thepolice
police of Indianapolis Is under arrest inMndlcon
Mndlcon county lad charged with a number
her of safe burglaries that greatly mystifiedthe
the effects till Wultuch suede n confessionnnd
and restored money and jewelry taken froma
a nnlf dozen safes Tho safes were openedwithout
without being damagixtWnltach
Wnltach saId ho placed his forehead firmlyigalnst
igalnst the safe door Just nbovn the comilnatlon
ilnatlon and then carefully turning henob
knohi of the lock lie could tell by Inductionust
lust when ehe Inner Paris of the lock wornieldlnu
ieldlnu this lust click having a markedilectrlcal
ilectrlcal eftVctWaltsch
Waltsch offered to bet tin that he couldppen
open any safe In the town imd the officersboUKh
though refiislnur to bet n kid him to tryhe
the stile in tin ShiTllTH office lie knelt downIn
In front of the Mite preshfd his foreheadnanlnst
nanlnst the door turned the knob bock nndforth
forth and In a short time the door canto openNew
New Shell nith a TracerFrom
From the Junction City IninnThe
The artillery forces at Fort Riley are experimenting
perimenting with n new shell fitted xvlthwhat
what Is known as the Sempln tracer Thistracer
tracer Is n small cylinder at the base of theshell
shell filled with a composition which Is IrIn
nitd by the discharge of the gunlii
In burning It traces tin trajectory of theshell
shell from the gun to the point of fall Itfurnlshns
furnishes a quick means of determiningrange
range nt night Trnvelllnc nt about JWMfeet
feet 11 second the shells have the apnenranreof
of comets At tho point of the full the tracerleaves
leaves the shell and shoots straight up Into thnair
air about 100 fret and then turning allnglnre
nglnre shoots to thn ground like n shootingstnr
star over the spot where the shell strUesJapanese
5From
Japanese Imperial MintOne
From Ln5neertrQOne
One of the earliest Western InMltullons e < V htshed
tithed In Japan was the imperial Mint at Osakaind
amid It has been one ot the most successful andisetul
isetul In the convention wklcb was signed atkedd
kedd In 1S98 between the representatives ot thelapanese
lapanese Government and those ot the foreignIowen
Iowen tberstabllshment ot a mint was stipulatedFhe
Fhe Japanese Government purchased from theUrttLih
UrttLih Government a mint which had been cstabUhd
Uhd at Hong Kong but which the latter had resolved
solved to discontinueThe
The mint li now managed entirely by Japaneseind
and Judging from the report ot the director torbe
be year ended March 31 1901 It maintains inreputation
reputation not only for the amount ot IW produrIon
Ion but also for the efficiency and exactness ofhe
he work done The report which Is printed InJngllsh
Jngllsh Is a model ol Its kind It states that theolnaeeforthe
olnage for the financial year under review consistedif
if cold silver and nickel coins In six denominationsimountlnr
imountlnr to 18Sl8i7i pieces ot the value ntSWlOSO
SWlOSO yen against SS511J8 pieces of the precedne
ne year valued at s SOOMJ yen In 10 yen toldnd
nd 60 sen sliver coins In addition to the e
151 OSS pieces ot silver yen were struck during
the yearThe
The Varied Airlcnltnr of OklahomaFrom
From At ChrtiHnn IntiUlftnctrThe
The first Journey ot the missionary superintendent
tendent was made to Colony From Oklshomnthe
the route lies westerly aevemysU milts over iriiChoetaw
Choctaw Oklahoma and Gulf Railway Ai the trainleaves
leaves the metropolis It glides alone rich farmlands
lands where preparations hare already tiejun forfall
fall sowing ot wheat or near cotton fields whnspdark
dark green foliage la decorated with the silver wbliebolls
bolls even now bursting open to tempt the band ulthe
the pickerSide
Side by side with this leading product of theSouth
South may be seen broad acres of tall com withleaves
leaves already brown and golden ears hinjlnrgracefully
gracefully ready to be plucked by the ibucker wlindrtvea
drives his team and can la this forest ef loddrrthrough
through which his cattle will roam all winter andgrow
grow fat upon the rattling leave Fields ot luxuriant
uriant alfalfa are on either side of the track andgreat
great watermelon patches on which the lusciousfruit
fruit lies so thick that It would be Impossible todrive
drive a team across without crushing monstersweighing
weighing from forty to sixty pounds eachAutomobile
Automobile Pat to S wlnr WoodFrom
From tot notion llrrtitPxlmer
Palmer Jordan a farmer Rising at DtnlelsonOonn
Coon la doing almost all < he wood eutUng In hisneighborhood
neighborhood at a low rate He bought an oldautomobile
automobile In Providence R I a few weeks agoand
and fixed It up so that he can attach a belt to tfcmachinery
machinery to run a saw He carrie the saw aroundIn
In the automobile and goes from one tanner toanother
another cutting their wood for thenConsideration
Consideration for Oar Poor BUtlon JTO
TO THI FDITOB OF rus SexSir I would tikethrough
through your paper to let the flex Dr UlnotSavage
Savage know bow deeply I appreciate Ms sermonol
ol Sunday last on Our Poor Relations I olttnwonder
wonder why more clergymen do not speak on thisaubject
aubject as 1 believe It would prevent a great dealof
of cruelty toward the poor animals J n IX
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In ManhattanDe
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