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but In paste plIle rovoaled the t iirrhvillainioH iirrhvillainioHOf I h ia in i1 i1of
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people tpl ot UaurhiMtt to I itay ly lie I tn h titi rra rrI rrIwa reaeI reaeItoIesl n ntoleal
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the nnd remit 11 arl r1 = > in It what hopo hits hnsfreedom 111 hitsfreedom
freedom from in her ancient ilflvj flt hoiW hip uit Xo I > mat matter mattr matter ¬
ter what ht ttrit stolid IflillhlinN aiidicnoi may ml maythought havo havothought Ia Ialhulht
thought lhulht won w e an iv ronvmr OtlVitlCi d for our olr jmor jmorpart ponrImr
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ln II htmg the thf Transcript rop rrtr rIIsrtir > > rter t piiofiilly lIifll sI4ittuIIlIytells piiofiillytells
tells ttil iifi UI many IHI of if thot t In > who whl were vr vrent pres present pr prnt ¬
ent nt at lt the th opening of tho I h liii meotine mtll tiiiitiiI had hadgone hadono IunItono
gone ono out 011 Whv Wh lr should I they th tIIi star starnro 4tiI 4tiIiiineo tl
iiineo Inr nro 1 Lonot > IOK ln I 14 di 1 > ffatetl alnMily alnMilyStill Ilrcv IlrcvHtl iiirioIvthhI
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ndmiratiie admlrhit11 an orcanixer nnalizr and accelerator acceleratoran
an Mr Ir FoAs o ns that it i would l Ik < k a I i little littlehotter lll lllheter lit t hi hibetter
hotter heter i hr ho ht would him hirn < a few ffW lnindr Ilumlr1IJrnl IltItidriMiieron > > < i ipernons
pernons IJrnl to tf KO Io to tl his hi iiKXtitiKS 1t tI1 tilii5 ill No Nodoubt i idoubt
doubt tho pof ploplo > plo hnvo 11 nun ri > n but how howthe I iiwthe
the deuce deuc is il anvbody nl hr to tl know knn it itL itThe itThi I
The 11 Frailty ralt of Adam AdamWith iIatiii Im I IVith
i With a 1100 eooil crace Irale h v ninny Oln i iIn iiuIrit 111 i iIn is isi
In i Ohio nintl lral or Ir Ii urban Ilrhl can 111 iZITIt1rt It i > t th thfirst tht thtfDt
first fDt stone Itmo nt lt crrini crrinl Admits tnr Inhi4 W Wo V ob observe II IImiervo h hIno ¬
serve Ino thit tllt while hil ludgf rld Ili Bit un i ii I M i hold holding holl hollhut imohiling ¬
ing high hllh court lr at lt W Vt t Inion I nion and Inll Lin Lincoln Lincln 1itIcoin ¬
coin cln voters ftc anti nld first fllt voters ntlrs nnd 1111 voters votersof 00 00of
of r nil decree eC mid 111 calling fltil are an anto tlnckiiu tlnckiiuto IndlU
to the ftninty I III nIrit town to tf cnnfcsM HfA the th sin ninrof sinot in inof
rof of Bcllinc 8lna their votes 011 nn 11 invrtttiiiation invrtttiiiationn il il lion lionIn
In n n legislative Ill lal contest lnlII in < incinnati incinnatiIs i iI
Is I dipclomru dicOir moral I 0 ra I depravity equally equallynhockim NhIImIhIvshorkin IIII
nhockim And in i Ada 1lalw mi alone alo ninons ninonstho aloll arImnnthA
tho thf rural rl totinties 1llnll in exchaturins xdlluin himsgin voles volesfor vsnsfor 011 I
for money mon What half 1 Highland I Ii ihIIII Pike PikenndoldScioto Piknnd Iikmind
nndoldScioto mind 010 nhii Semi of ri Mcliior 1lhlor < > of frail frai darni darninnd hzIrfl4nnd 1 1nnd i
nnd Plckuivnv Pf ¼ iivat Meic and 1111 Hnliu tnllia All Allnre 1 Ii Iiore
ore nr communities llnUnilil cornixiwd 1I nf if f voomeri voomerir nn nnIr
r Ir or f the Wi oil tincviiitirninnted 1ltniIIINI hv t contact contactwith tntlt tntltwih inntaetwith
with wih tho th I hi ouliidr on < 11111 t stile world utunvmlid IlinI1 I I It Ifl Viii hw I iiy iiytho i1rtho i ithe
tho pcnim um nf f Kurojie Eurol llraiie Stifh SI 4I is i the theutory tit titIIor thrj
j utory IIor Ittor told toll of them tlll Th vernacular rrlutlr IH IHalmost il ilnlmoll isalmost
almost whollv Knclish Sweet Sweetburns
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burns buml abound a hmni I 04 I Life I i r lwI ii nu ttit peiceftillv peiceftillvon wfllh wfllhon 4 tI I IOn
on oxcfpt about elect frrt 1101 ion time n when whentho wh1 winothe
tho diwiissiion dleIiol H i not lnt nf f railroad rirad niten nitenbut mtt rttesbut
but bt of th nilinc llns rate rat for r < r votes 1 oKny oKnyunbltiMiinsly onlr onlrunblllhlnlr nisriIrunbhiimihiinIy
unbltiMiinsly unblllhlnlr and nn with an IY < yi t < i tho thormiin thomain hi hiniiln
L main chance chlnl Th The villaee i of t Tranqtnl Tranqtnlthe Tranfllil TranflliliI rrin1IzIIftihLJI1114
ftihLJI1114 iI kf kCPII IIIII thiiitit it II4 ipiiirtIIiitv PIrtlnil 11 11the itiiI itiiIthe
the the quoted II0t1 prico pri nn n th I > fatorv fa tn town nf nfManchester ntL f ftnch
L Manchester tnch tpr where Iur rollr rll the I h turbid Irhid Ohio OhioWhen Ohil Ohiothem
When il them thr if if w n much 011 nn n thnro thrl lIP nr few fewnccuaens f fBcU 1wnceuzer
nccuaens BcU n Th tc tcstiflmnviv timonv tilolv m il that IIlt t min minintcrn in in inIte
intcrn Ilte Ite have fn wld > ld their vntes a 1114 wi w1 wfl nr nrfanners Of n ntarTner3
fanners flrn1rl nnd farm flrm hanN hal nnii 11 VIIK VIIKlonfern vila vilaIOfen villa villaloafers
loafers IOfen T hnchIIrmL ncnnu dlll are a rf re th I h liii acciiimtx aNlltA iI l I listS nf nftonlthy Ofetet1thy f ftnlh
tonlthy tnlh vtwts t4It1 111 to to iiion Ilon IIIOhlV v lenders 1ltl d fir firIORDI > r rlonrvi
1 lonrvi loa to ti pay pU lIV fines fiof nnd encapn u tin t h md III li lible Ijhis
his hlf Allin hiiin am ft f n term rl in prison priI1 is isitlflhIttOd win winadnilttrfi I Iudmltrl
adnilttrfi udmltrl I a i hrih < by h bm hi fnth flthr fnthir < r I n ngittCf4fI i widow widownc willwnlIJP1
nc nlIJP1 gittCf4fI cirfptl 5 > for th t tot ft of > f her > n a arlrnt II IIrmt iitiritt
rlrnt rmt voter r nnd 110 plcatl P wvi > rty In II Jy th thfvwImlH thdudCI tlJe4411de1 >
fvwImlH dudCI town of f Walrnnl VahnslvvIIh < > vvin all al I tho thovoter r h iiVnteta I i
voter voter of ono onl PC 541151 h 101 HI I district llKt r t havi l lsfyi lsfyiiflhI4tVd > n nindicted I I
indicted Indltcd Kroiu Fro Green tnwnxhip two twomore t tWonmoro 0 0mor
more fnmiHtcnt rillftcrK bnoi II > n wd lo Inflitmn ImJi ImJiHlMn 110 I I
HlMn fl R ct ItOI < ol 1 of penilence flOIiI nP on n Wln Vedius Vediusday 4iII4 4iII4laY
day 111 Weirv sirv In fc r rft t ar aI ii ro > Htirrmc pit Iirrin irrii tin t hi dunt duntif t tn
fin < if n ho io roads rl i t ti > V V t I Iion mon Ori IlL inaiiv inaiivfncen tIIIIIVfnees IIW
fncen fArl inerti < nrl H j written wrltll th I h aiiKmshnf aiiKmshnfFT 1 iIguii4 hf hfFtIUt f f4ittItmnn I
FT FtIUt tittitMii For l ox humor with Ith 1 Inob trno trnonoto trainoto <
noto this thll ban hi a i 11 s t Jal nppiuil pmlrIlb
rIlb 141 th frnl ftenPWn f 1 hn 1 1to 4C 4Ctn
to tn 0 ye t t M icre ere wrn t i Ie r = If i wn n hr r i i u 4I 4I4altind f ftt 1 1u
u 4altind e olnn nIne r r hen henl r rIt
l tt ro rrJ 4 and 4n a ed r d wbef Wrr v rr fnuit UI They Theyk rh ryI
I I k 1 ki trY Ibe ee 2tC re bound JD1 fir tn Wen eat oluu Diu to tell t tI tr > 1 1I 1N
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r n that t Itwy I hJ M b b4I1I n guiltY lf nf I rw r4eItar r4eItartaii ltni ltnitfftca da dal
tfftca l ami 1 IIMI I ttry Ile haa Ui < r mann mOf to i ip04ita 101 101port It
I port ptUI p04ita u l ki pjr ikflr Iltlr Ann In t tr p H I 10 II o < Tftort 1 to toallM t tOmIZht
allM nolt nI > j h t bern torn n nf them Ihen la I toL W i iInion a alnl
Inion lnl L ni a aDI l II 1 K s frarH ltlI that U tnr In may m 1 MT iq let 101Ar letw o oi
w > i rr Ar r rnwMt fnwe a 41 ih way ay b IIn bitwafo t n han Uanhnt 1a 1aeh hanrheitit
eh rheitit hnt er r and Vr n t I nlno nlnoThe nlnoTh nlnnIhii
The Th tact of Judge JuIAl lluilit BUi in II ilenlini ilenliniwith tmln tmlnwih ilenhingwith
with wih the t h P011114ttts x < nitontH m mKiiilicunt iigiiiliuIitwitril ijn lnt lntwar1 Cp Cpj
j ward of lirai iiulictiiieiitx indlllllht have Uti UtiI icnfOtflIl
I found fOtt SuffraKfeitM Sllrlftl are lUl an eonfesninR lnfl n b bI by by1IIIIrI byhiIIIuIriiIM
I hundreds 1IIIIrI It I in 1 14 etttimate estimnated tma1 < l that 3111 3111titizI 3iU 3iU4ItIIIIA 3i 3it
t citirim titizI are ar liable lubl to indictment ind crll nt on 1 evi eviI 1
I i denoo hm presentoil Irnte by h Sx Sptdal > < ial Pronectito PronectitoSrKVKNSox lrOIltor lrOIltorSnn IrostcutorSrIvKso
SrKVKNSox Snn os This 1 hiit would b btt about nbut half haltin halftho halftiio
tin votiiiR olil strenRth of Adunut dan county countyTliort1 rult rultThln rotinlyI
Tliort1 I Iitrt an lr not 10t accommodation nclllodation in tin tincounty tlmlOlll thioolitity
county jail jai for all al who confers cnf am amIml alil alilllt and
Iml llt 1 tttlgt e liuviK II liLt I I It temx rtlperinJ ttIntriIig > riiiR jiiHtict jllI with tvitlmercy withmrc withItirty
mercy mrc and throwitif throw lt tho mantle lanUo o ocharity or orlrily ofih1Lrjtv
charity over O r tho Ih benettint btin6 sin nm of Adamx Adamxis Ihlll
is i imporiini ilinj linen Int with homilies homi that thaoften tml tmlofhIIIIt thatofRti
often ofhIIIIt leave 1411 the r hIlihnl Iii iHnitents in tears a Hrib HribIIIK HribilII rib
IIIK in anil uUI brilx bri takitiR tk 1 Is i such ch ait al indtistn indtistnand iltullr iltullrall indinitryauth
and all MO t canllrtned fllrm1 a habit in that I hatl Iart r o oOhio of ofOhio ofOhio
Ohio that thlt tho court Clri must nlt gently Inllr ivprovt ivprovtwhile rpr rirovwhilti
while whit it chastises thltK It I hurts his Honor Honoian lonor
an 1 much Ilwh as al I he erring i Heiwntanco am amthe and atulI andthio
the I ht pledge plI not 101 to oin il aRtiin aRin are ar ar mon moniniK morlilportalt InureitIlIOItaltt
iniK ilportalt itIlIOItaltt > rtant than vindicating 1llatinR flit Iht law lawAdiimsseems In Inllul lawilatiisnieiims
Adiimsseems llul 8I unfeJRiivdly InfelRllr sorry 1m an and < l tin tinleaven tl Iiileten
leaven of reform r form is h working There 111lr is isHonm il is
Honm lon 01114 consolation lOlaton in in that tht Lnlmppil Lnlmppilthocawjof llhBppiy llhBppiythH81of UtIhmflIhilythneatstot
thocawjof Adamswill bo choice choi
thH81of AdlhMWi 0 a mor morsol morI niorCI
sol CI I for tho mtickrakore muckrln who will wi makimatteni make lole loleluten makeIitittter
matteni luten out 01t much mich worse wore than t they t ht are areand art artund aremind
and goodness loodt known knoW they are art INK INKThu budl badvnomtgh
vnomtgh l lih Thu hu cities dti iwhanied or tin tinaHhumed unIlhumt timimishmanmed
aHhumed Ilhumt will i nt lt least Ifolt have ha a rest reftThr rltht rest1te
Thr ht Hudson ludaun Hay Rotate ItotitrSir Uontf UontfSir RotateSir
Sir ViiFiun WInln TaVRlKR 1 tRIrn tells I a atinn dthga dthgat l
tinn t of r western Wftern funner faron that t the tht t ho Cana Canadian ana anadill anntIIatI
dian dill Coveniment nllt intend intnd to boRin olllloon olllloonIh noon noontho soonI
tho Ih I Iii construction InlOt met ion of a I railway riway to Hudson Hudsonllay Iltm Iltmlay 1111d24Onflay
flay lay Thi wa WI no ni more mor than a on Intirmat eonfirniation onlirnmtion
lirnmtion tirmat inn of f oftlcial omlil t tntnni Itatnmnll nts provi provioiwlv proviOIISIV
oiwlv 111 mad mal > PrwontinR ntlnl the t h annual annualrailway anllal anllalmihI annualrailway
budget thn Ih Hoa of Com Commons ComIIn
railway mihI to n H01 o urn urnmunn ¬
mons IIn on 01 In February 1ebrlal 1 toio 101 the Hon lon O OP GP L Lp
P ifUHAM Minister ln ltrof of Kailwayi Hniwa said saidI id idI
I with to make m It 1 dear la the country runly and andl nd
l 10 thU Ibl llnix InJo that UI thl Cnvrrnmcnt l a cnnmlitrd cnnmlitrdti rtmllM rtmllMI
I ti II V ihl thIa < work oI tihr IlhC rallwar alhr to t Hudson IUoD Bay 11 and andInlciiits nd ndInlrudt Dt
IlnlOh Inlrudt to ii iiriirrmi Iro with lh It with lh all allolblt roitlblt fp epeed epeedtIter pff ed edtlrr
tIter ler a full tul MuUy Iuo of lh the mallet male no A o far I ai < It I wai waiNi waiIbIe as
iIbIe Ni lblr thXioirrnmrntdrrklrUaad II the ornmml derlf cleriIetI and the country rounlrywill rlalr countryilli
will I conrur rnur In the In AhlobIUI ill ablllty ot makln Ibis a arrat acea alrc4t
cea rrat I outlet 11 11 for ro ci4 the Ib producu Illull of the U people of the ther Ih IhwCern thewestern
wCern western r trrn part 11 of th country countryIltquestionably runt runt1lqlltonnbly countryInqamestionably
Iltquestionably 1lqlltonnbly a I i railway to the Iho bay bayfend h bayItiti
fend ld a iteamship IIcnrlhi connection lnnftion at Churchill Churchillor Chlrchl
or Nelson would wOld offer ofr theshorte the ihortes hort t routo routofrom rOlre rOlrefrom routitrout
from tho t hit h wheat n tt tlld > lds of the I west t to toIjverpool 101lrpl toliverpool
liverpool 1lrpl and this hold hol18 in the case C of ofa
a 1 considerable tontirerable area arlI of Lniteil States Statesterritory SlateIrritorr StatdsterritorY
territory Irritorr ait al it does do with Canada West WestIt VeiitIt
It is i > estimated fIlmaled that wheat can bn 0 car carried rr rrri1 earrid ¬
rid by h the Hudson Ihlln Bay By route rOlte at leant leantfive Ilalt Ilaltfvc leastthe
five fvc cents ntl a bushel cheaper cleuJr than by any anyother onyother anyother
other route In the matter mater of cost t of oftmnsK oftnlMllrlaton oftransportation
tmnsK tnlMllrlaton transportation > rtation of wheat cattle eBII or other otherproducts otherprodtieh thrprodlcl
products of the I ih ht region njon much l1ch imiH nut d dIMnd d1lll do dojwiid <
IMnd upon Ipon the I h possibility pOlibit of westward westwardlK westwardIxtlnIcargoes Ctard CtardhOlld
lK hOlld IxtlnIcargoes > und cargoes nr If I it itshouldprove should provu to bo boonly I Ionly IeonI
only onI a one Ol way line lnt the I ho advantage of ofshorter ofIhortr ofMhortcr
shorter Ihortr distance dijlalf would wOI b 0 be tost 10lt through throughthe throulh throulhIht
the necessity for or high charges charl on east eastward eastvarit ¬
ward Iraund 11111 freight frehht It I is I assumed allld that thatduring thatluring I
during dlrin the time tm of lU il o opertion operation > eration limited limitednecessarily llilt1 llilt1nllri hmnitednecessarily
necessarily nllri to the summer lumhlr months month the theline thelne theline
line lne would compete coplu successfully flly with the thetraffic Ihetrm thetraffli
traffic trm by b way a of Montreal ontrel or Sow O York YorkCanadas Yorklaluulal Yorkanadas
Canadas laluulal decision dc ion lias 11 been b reached racht after afterlong aftr afUirlong I IIon
long Ion I anti careful earlfls study of possible and andirobabi indprobable nd
probable proobl cargoes nr O in both bth directions directionsTho lrliioM lrliioMThl I
Tho Thl count Iotnlction ruction of this line is ismatlr a amatter BIlttr
matter Ilttr of If it considerable importance imporO on onthis ontilL ontiii
this Ml 1 of tho rhO line ln as a well I at B on the theother Ih Ihollr timenthiir
other side idt Intil Inti the last fow year yeareheme yearsslImtrat4 can
eheme hI for this fiy f north lorh route rOlt havo havoencountered ha havosiacotititerod
encountered lrIIInl derision and ridi rldiI ri1i4Ito ViIe It Itwa I Itwa4
wa a declared 1 18d that tht tho railway riI would wouldbo wOlld wOlldbo I
bo snowed nlol up lp fur ten montlts 10n1L of the thoyear thevar I Iyar
year and Ind icud i1 up lp II for ffr tho Ih other two twothat twoIhat twot
that t ito thl 1 harbor on the th horn of th thbiy thI thIha t hi hihay
hay ha wero Wlr ontiroly Iltirh iuiVMsiblo IIiblo for several severalnvisotH iuverniritoIi r1 r1rlln
nvisotH rlln and ald that the Ih Hudson 11 Strain Stri Straitswont Strainwere
were m nn ni io i iii gorge Ior 45o 4 I milen milt in length lengthliable Inlth Inlthllhl 14ngthIiiili
liable llhl to 14 Ion at any 11 flti timo and for forindefinite forinlltlil foritidi
indefinite inlltlil itidi flaitn period It H L now fairly fairl de determined d dI 10tflfljtI4MI ¬
termined hrn n flint for Mfvtral Merl monthi tif the thayear th thpar thevar
I year t than h route routeprnmiiei promises serious trioll compoti compotit comrti comrtiI
I ion with it h linen Inl ty t > Kuropo by b way of Mon Montreal Maimtroal IonIlrt1 ¬
Ilrt1 treal or Now So York Time Th railway ria railwayran ran bo bokept h hokept
kept on opm open n through rhrolh the th winter quito qui ai aieasily a aaiy neasily
easily aiy a as railways miUn to the thl south Ilth of it itlin itlinl grain graincan graincan
can l bo bt held in elevators nllBto until unti the thlopninu opening openingof
of tho season 11 aon and then 11n despatched d path J by byfleets h hnI byt1ot
fleets hold to await that opening oJnin At Atleast AtIt t thuuit
least It tho Canadians anadiM have lo decided after afterfull aftarfiI afterfull
full fiI investigation and consideration cnddorlon that thatth tht thtth thatthiitperinmnt
experiment th m U 1 worth woh a trial tril and that thatth thatthAY thatthoy
thAY th y will m try it itAfter Itlr itftr
After ftr lr nil al thin th fate fat fat of this rotate rOlt may maydepend 1 rnivIeponl
drd depend upon ln an entirely different diTcnL influ influence inni innifnl influmene ¬
fnl ence ThoH ThO who ho watch world wold condi conditions ccmditgoIls ondiIIOI ¬
tions IIOI from frm altitudes nlitudC higher hl hfr than fence fencerails f fencerails nc
rilln1 rails and village ilRc groceries lorie are am generally generallyogrefd generallyngrvfd ellral
In ogrefd r1 that for our olr own ow benefit nft and pro protortion pro protertiort
ttioi tortion wheat WtWlt must mUlt go O on o the th frV f list listInfore l1t l1tforp Ibitbefore
before forp many years frA If I the th crop or 1911 1911should 11 iitslioitlil
should IhOII1 as a it may drop to the level Ilv1 of ofthe orthp ofthenropot
the thenropot crop of so If iorevnt recent rlnt a 1 ayearna1tJfl year ear a a810 ltx > there therewould thto therewould
would 0111 Iw II no wheat for export eXr and anr im importation Impration importation ¬
portation pration would bo 0 the tht Alternative ltemnti1 of a alimit 1 alimit
lmil limit placed on the rh American appetite appetitefor pptit pptitfor
for wheat bread The domestic
hrall nldomet require requirement reuir reuir1nt reqaiiroin ¬
1nt in ment nt for the current rur lt year appears af 4 to tohave 10II toJuan
II have materially latlri l ejcrwded xNd nn AImIJ r4aO41 r4aO41bushils nopoi0 nopoi0huuliels
huuliels and uufavorable lflVOrble condition conditionmight conditionsmight onrlUonH onrlUonHli
li might hr easily 1111 bring hrinl tho yield yipMlo to or below belowthat blow blowthlt belowthat
thlt that point If I American wheat WhfBt raisers raiserslire rll rllIr4
lire Ir4 made toseoasthny tOloltlymiht toiieeasthnymightbe might be f that tht the thelarifT thelirf thetariff
tariff lirf on wheat is iJ an injury injur rather rth than thani
1 a i benefit hfft to thorn th m and nr if wheat is II trans transferred tr trarutferrerl ¬
ferred flrr1 to the th free frf list lst will wl tho cereal rreal go goto goto o oto
to Fu lropo rope by bYWByof way of Hudson Hud n Bay Bayorror or come comeouthwnrd cornsFotithwarll
outhwnrd fouthwr1 for or milling mllnl in thin country countryfor cOlntr
for trwnsportatlon Iranlportllon over American Amricn rail railways rai railways ¬
ways and for shipment from ports prl of tho thoImtod tholnic theInittyl
Imtod States StatesMunicipal SIBt Statesttunlrlpiil
lnic
Municipal unlrlpll rronom rronommnmillonr Erononiyninnuisalonnr Kconomy KconomyCommissioner
Commissioner mnmillonr THOMPSOSH oUPos letter IIUor to toMivor toIor toMayor
Mayor Ior ftATXOR A yson calling rln attention atnton to the thoivinus theaII tu tuatings
ivinus aII which whilh ho h has bip been n able Rblf to mako makoit mik mikil
il itt it thin Depurtment of Water Supply Supplyrn
rn AI flA and 111 Klectricity tlftrrty iA encouraging ncourAllnl fo foho 10tho
tho thcsie ho who belimc 1lme that the th ejpenw fJn of ofthe ofth oftlii
th the nty I Kovernmr 10prnmnt > nt can ran Iw 1 materially materiallyreduced materiallyrqlIIPl
reduced without iniiairment Imllirmnt of efli eflitencv oI7lfI nl nlinlli
fI tencv vav uhenever intelligent inlli nt men makal make makein
in al hoiicvi h < I1 effort orl lo linng Irill about lhut nuch f siiehrpsiIi n nresult I
r result r rr Jr irc4Itifntly < uently tho t h cutting lrlnl off or of ofneedlss ofJ1nltlrl offlPO
flPO needlss I liiq nxiKriditurcn i J1nltlrl icrielituitcit m made unpo unpolUr In unppimlar r rlir >
lUr lir bv I ih < > milliner lnr in i mu which it iaunder iaundertaken iSIIlor iSIIlortkI is IIflhitfl IIflhitfltakeu ¬
taken tkI but Mr Ir THOMPSON TJOrlos han Iu avoided avoidedihi aold aoldIhl
ihi dnnger There has been hn b44L fl no 10 criti critiIMII rril rrilir critii
IMII ir i tI1 of fr ls h aHminislratioii Irinlraton no 10 chargn chargnihat thargnthumit har harIlul
ihat Ilul h hi IIIH h failed fliI1 to perform prfor the dutl rhJj rhJjlor duitini duitiniof t tof
lor of hu hi > place plc and ad no appeal app for or rvmpm 1P
Ilhy I thy for axed aKt1 and helplen helplenheartlessly hllplt rtnpluyreihoartleuily tIlluyl
heartlessly dprl deprive of their Ih lr means o olivelihood uf ufIvIlho oflivelihood
I
livelihood livelihoodAmong IvIlho livelihoodttiong
Among monl ttiong the th items imt that Illt go 1 to swell wllth wllthtotal th thtotal the thetotal
total of Mr r THOMPSONS umlos saving Min ar arpurchases arplrchll are areiurchaiots <
purchases for next let year llr to tho value ail o oJn or oftsl
Jn 131001 ntjo transfers trff to t othr deMirtment deMirtmentof dI dtpimrtiaisustaof > lrtlII lrtlIII
of ITW and ant tinexpende unlInd1 < UilunctM Ihl o onearly of ofnearly ofnearly
I
nearly half hal a million milon dollars dolan Tho Th in income il illm inflInt
come of the I city clh from water WI r revenue revenuehas rVVItIfsliwi 11
has I increased Inrfl by 1 5ltxn SIM4N11 101 partly prl ut uttrihiitable he tttrihaitable
trihiitable trihllnbl to the growth Irowlh growl It of tl he com commiinity 01 01mllit tIb tIbinumnitv
miinity but blt in II a 1 measure ItIUUr due dI 1114 to mi miproved impro1 imitl1rovtI
proved methods tuet 1 hod of Ir collection Inl t m Thi Thihas Thihn lliis lliishas
has hn been bIIIOlplhII1 aocomiili itetuiuitiIistmed heii in il one Oll year lr am amit Iml Imlit mimi mimiit
it is not IOt unlikely Illklr that another Ulolhr twelve twelvemonth t twelvimonth Wi Wi101ih
month 101ih will wi show ho a forre eorrtswniiamg ornIOlill itonding ituproveinont ito il ilIro itolroeuiuent
proveinont Iro nlnt in II the til tia balance hllanr sheet sheetNothing shttolhili slut slutNotliitmg
Nothing olhili is i more Himple to lronIistitan promis promisthan rami ramithan =
than economy IOI in II public Ilbl affairs ofui and lud fev fevihingMare rwIhilWllr fwI
ihingMare IhilWllr I liltig are more mor dilllcult diltIlt to bringalM hril bring lbout lbout1r maixoit maixoitMr > ut utMr
Mr 1r THOMPSON Tln llaoba Is IsOX wonm mM to t have ha Ueii IMI uhl uhlto all uldeto <
to nmko savings ill without Wilholl stirring tirr I ii iitrouble uiti uititroualde I IIrouhl
trouble troubleSle troualdeSI4IlItt
Sle SI4IlItt Iltlllnl plil Acro Irn rn4a HIP ttl Atlantic AtlanticThu Ilultlt IlultltTho tlmtuitIeI
Thu I lio amateur Illahlr a aim ttil r enginei nlinf who whl w III buili builirailnwid hlill hlillrUnI I it i i Iii Iiirallrisols
railnwid rUnI on Oi the rh map 11 without wilhol W it 114111 n rtgird rtgirdto all in inlo
lo tho dillictiltiV diI11ull of natin ntun > or cliumti cliumtior 1 i 1U I Ior
or the rhl t vulgar consideration tlidmtiln utii1erat hut of If ut nmkini nmkinithem maldl uummilitagtiiett
them lhelll pay have 111 ttiniexl llnf1 fn frinut > > m l the t lit < jniplt 0111110luau jnipltplan imploplol
plan plol luau of if joining juinili Asia i and Itll America n1ri1 b ba ha
a ferry forr IMTOKH Iwr llering Ikri Strait connect connecting eoflttttlog 0111 0111II ¬
log II with thoii tholnll tlimuianii < and miUi mi long 111t roads nutdthrough ril rilIhrollh roadsthrough
through Ihrollh the tl Afa Afaskati faI < kan < 1 wild wil and 111 tin tinSiberian lIlt t lie lieSiberian
Siberian Sibrian tundra tlndr to the th lets 11 frigid but butequally hit hitIla hitetitially
equally Ila I profitable prottahl project of bridging bridgingtho hrill il
the Atlantic tlanle lM htw lstween twon u Africa and Ind firuil firuilFrom Hru7il Hru7ilrm lirailFrom
From rm Capo Cap Verde to CaH lI ape Saint SiUl Ko 1IC 1ICtht Itoque Itoquehit < tK tKthe
the tht hit distance dit n is I about IbOI onethird otlthinl thai thaifrom Ihnlfrom thatfrom
from England Enlland to New St York the Maitre Maurotaniu Maitretatiia Iaur Iaurlauil
taniu lauil or the tlJ ln 1Iilalia lau4itatiia > itnnia could olid make tin tintrip thIril t ii iitrill
trip from roan Pemamhuco PenllIIIO to liathurst 111tllt lat hurst ama otitho 01 amatue
tho Gambia Onrhi or Dakkar in S negamlin negamlinin > elmhin elmhiniu
in two days dayt Why Wh iay not lot otablish tInhlth a line linethat ll llIhat hitthat
that would wOlld cut clt down IIIn the th ocean tasxag Jiasagtiiateriahly tasxagmaterially1 111 111tnllcrhII1 >
materially1 Tho Th railroad connectionwould cotitacetionswould connection otlmltiolllolilIIJIJ
would olilIIJIJ lxaneoHy is an tLy matter on oil1o IIIJDIr IIIJDIrTo i ir irTo
To tho mtendiliK Ilntish tourist or orbusiness orblillinff8 ortHIMine
business s man in a hurry it would mean meana 11I 11IU
a journey on the French fr lIch and S Spatilsht Spatilshtrailroads pl1l1 > anisli anislirailroads h hnlllrooli
railroads transshipmottt from f iihraltar iihraltarto
to Ceuta Iltn and anotherory IInolh I y long trip Oil otia 011aroor Oila
a aroor road yet to be I built thift t must I tt5 tt5I II IIthroll > IH IHthrough >
through throll I h the Ih t land I of the II t genial Moroc Moroccans torOleun 1oro 1oroculls ¬
cans and the Ih nantU 1114 of the Sahara hara He Hewon II IIwOlllollhllt liiiwoiilh
won wOlllollhllt woiilh M find himsel in a port more noted notedfor no notedfor 1 1for
for pestilential J1tft lenlinl fevers than any all other otherattraction othtrattrortion oIlierattraction
attraction and would bo h conveyed toO rld to taPernnmbitco toPrrnnmbulO tolernanibiieo
Pernnmbitco which is i ul nbio 10 o not looketl looketlii look lookeillihlOil I Iupon
ii upon > on ns R a health re resort ort Tben v h hwou lie liewould a awould
would wou have to o travel by h llrailian rail rnilroftds railrood railrotds
rood yet tt to bo constnictod but of offormidable offcrmidable offcsrniidable
formidable length to Hio Janeiro and andto IIIHIto amidto
to Argentina or Chile which would be beliis tJhi Lslila
lila probable goal 011 That them are arechancen arthancttl arechances
chances of adventure on such a trip is isundeniable il ilundeniabl I Iundeniable
undeniable and it promise plenty of ofvariety of11Itt ofvariety
variety 11Itt Fven t n after the imaginary imn inr linen linenaru lill lillIIru lilieSera
era completed however tho traveller travellerwill
will find more comfort we fancy fUllc and andwill Blldwill andwill
will certainly rtalnl get et to his objective point jxiintsooner pointllooner nt ntsooner
sooner by b taking lakin Ii tramp steamer steamerFor miteamnerFor
For the shipper r of freight the thi advan advantages nhanlalllt ailvantages ¬
tages of the route are even greater At Atu t ta
a timo t lllO when Manchester huts built n ncostly nCMII acootb
costly CMII ship canal and umllarifl Pans m ondeavur ondeavuring nafJr nafJritlllelo
ing itlllelo to become a seaport so as to do doaway doawa 10 10awaY
away awa with wit ii transshipments the Ih sugges suggestion l1I l1Ition sluggestion ¬
tion i iA offered that cargoes bo shifted shiftedlo
lo and from trains at three Ihn points at ateastand atleast i ilolIt
least eastand allli that they th be I entrusted for the thesake thesake I
sake of speed to Spanish and Moroccan Mortxxnnand lorocc n I Iand
and llrnziliall rnzilian roads With Wit ith h every coun country couiritry ¬
try improving IInpro nl its it internal watorwayr watorwayrfar I Ifr
far the th sake of economy tConom these dream dreamers drrnmwllnt ¬
ers want to do away as fur as possible possiblewith posiiblewith
j
with the finest and cheapest highway highwayof hilthwaof
of commerce the ocean oceanFancy ocemnirnry
i
Fancy one klrnmlnt IIOKTniv brculllng a alournry ahiirny
lournry 1lIrn to I n UUMlun IAIf oJ by b maklnc a rapid fl1 virvty uf ufibr Utthe t tIb
the Ib nrwrl aIIInY Homily or r lhtnln A null 1111 week k nU endby nUty noJb I
ty b a illp hrrr h an I there Intu lot the Itintor lII oranr lundl Uunollrlol ilundira lundlri
ri rrcnmj Cllln J JApnolltly n nApparently Jt JtApparently <
I Ihalt Iha i
Apparently our e eateened te m l c CfImlI ennmernjsrary nteniw ry rylias
halt ha tx lswn n favored with wi h a L new ne and andixlition enlarged tnlarltJIiUo enlargededition
edition IiUo of IC th Pip Pipikin > > Uin in Library LibraryStuten libraryStaten itJrarySlaln
Staten Inland l land is uccennible Iu ible by bYlhlmcint bYlhlmcintrrry the ancient ancientferry
ferry plying iLeOtO icro s the Ih narrow Birait nt ntVta IIIVeit I IW
W Vta KiRht t ltht h reft t Uayunn as tuiwohina well as l lii to by byilimnamnieipalboets > >
ii mllnieipalllOlUII < municipal M US that plough theuprx t the h IIp1 uap1srhay > r rIkiy I Ihay
hay tu IW o > that a prolonged prolon tl strike Iri by the theritys 110titi t tdtY1l
ritys Ilervanta rvaut would not ha have e cut th thi th1L the I Iinland
Land 1L i I oT o altogether allo htr from ruin ManhatIirbf Manhattan Manhattanllrief anluutnItrif
llrief as A the th Krikrt fltri rike ymteniay was U had luwlIts Iwlil
il Its unes 11 it drflwatfontioti again to tothe the I h poor poorfumUhwi ponlrYifl poorretvie
retvie rYifl fumUhwi fllm by the th city and nd it itphauized eni eniStaten 01 01Jlhiz1
Jlhiz1 Staten UlandM need of a fit fitservice ft1Odric faatelectric
electric service rvltt to Port ro Richmond and by byunnel h htunn1 hytunnel
tunnel to lUyonne lUyonneItoxar IhyonnSUIl ltiyonneSatt1tl
SUIl Satt1tl EL Itoxar ntTCHrR IrcnrR Dublin I l Im Imwho IWirnwho rn rnrrlio
who ilinl nn n Thtinwlay in his hi tixtyfimt aixtyfirstyeir tixtyfimtreir
reir w Wit is Ln Admirable Oreek nchoUir nchoUirwho acholarwho chorwho
who hvl tho t hJ art of writing writin nHnumhly in intnRliKh intnJlIh inInghleh
tnRliKh Hi 11I11 tntnsLttion of the th Odynpy Odynpyn O ly < I IIn
In n association alloc l1l on with AVARKW Iso i Ia of ofMTirunent ofJlfnnnpnt ofprmttvnt
MTirunent value alII whatever b tJA thoucht thouchtf thou ht htof
of > f th the theory th and practice prI ic it illii lIIult llhtiitrated llhtiitratedor tratel tratelf 1111 01 01of
of > f tmnslHtion nnd nnh of the Knglioh to b bi te tetl1441
111 i l in 1 translation t of Orr Ok roelc > ek epic pic and nndlis anllhi andhia
lis hi Harvard Lecture on Greek Stab Stibects 8lbjfCtIl Stabjocta
jfCtIl ects frenher in th I theontempnrary h contemporary mem memry lI1tmory
ory 01 > ry 1 sacndces crin neither scholarship nor norwlabl nilIradaltn norFeWiAtlPflIa
radaltn wlabl < ne To represent the th tniver tniverilty VnlvrlIity Univercity
city of CumbridRe ii the t h HotiHe lIou of Com Comnon Common am ammont
non mont I Ia r Binleil a aa 1 purple honor in inFInKlanrlnnd Infnlanrl inEngianrland
FInKlanrlnnd fnlanrl nnrl Professor PcofessorflrtcnEa BCTCnrn cltron hartworn hartwornt tout worn wornit
it t liic < IWfl There IH no editor of fr fritOttTIIKNiS IhIOHTlIPSYA trStOi4TlINY
itOttTIIKNiS in Congnvn we helj hIleve < > re Ilt IltIn tuitineomIWntiofl it itn
compensation In n comJlfnlllt ion it has nobody no hod knows how hownony howIIIany howtruanT
nony nonyIt Umthn UmthnIt
It OHm emi m nt and n1 apnmprlati at I thl lunrturr huneturethat lunrturrhat nllu nlluIhAI
hat Mr 11 U MA t aTall Ttx frlrnU and nol aniiitlnlirw aniiitlnlirwih ArII araIiInIanshO nrll nrllIII
ih III f rI fruIw lhtir I Inwntmrn th the men m mmrtnx amen whori h hia hha Iibaa
ha baa ia Htm Ih tht then B many mr thonlil atvinhk b and andtimr andbne od odhn
timr hn to I the III world nr 1 thai be b U well and favorably favorablymown 1verbiyIncoen
mown In IhU rnmmtinlty that tir It I honornt and anrlnvrrtnl andreipeeled nl1 nl11WtJ
nvrrtnl 1WtJ tif b our rrprrwnutlir rltltrni anti utitltil antithat het hetIUI
that if rimra 11 Wa IhlnK hln tin II will tw an ornam ornament ornamentit nl nllo I II
I it lo th the < Celled Mtatrt Srnale al anti a worthy wortb wortbnlh rrprr rrprrvnialha repreentatlie
vnialha nlh of I II the iltato ft New S Jrrvy Prom 10 a aall IIII j
all II fnr 10 a puTtlir l mrrnnt rlf In n lit ta Inirrritt u nt thr thrfnn flollion is isline
lion fnnIf JU1t1l I ManilSa ManilSaIf rltll rltllIf
If Mr Ir MaRTltB IA TtC1 is 111M so well n and fATornbljr fATornbljrtnown forahlknown faomhlyknown
known And nd so 0 honored and n fPtIptCtPft fPtIptCtPfthT > rM > ctm1 ctm1rf
hT rf his nelKhltors why in the th mime nf nfommon nfIOmmon ofcommon
common sense 1IoIn h have v they no n htonrtiljr and andepmitcdly andrplWLtrtly andrpAatldhY
epmitcdly rejected him as a candidate candidateor
for or minor ofHceii ofHceiiTho omCfllT1t omeotiThe
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mOlol nu I < rrltlc rtll tnld 11 on PrmrM l1 > r I IC with lIh certain certaintnallnrnilon rerialrtpiiAitInflS In InIOIAUlluIIn
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telnra vlnr a ltfUDIn ltfUDInH 110111rroll 8rAOLItflAfFOiIt
flAfFOiIt H iro rroll D Conn December 30
JHILIIIINF IaIlT1 XD ttJtULUt XDTIll1R
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WtUNt1fON atcoro Prv 3n 1Cnmmnt Commrnt hn hnlr Mil MilIdlfarly hallalready <
already lr vdy IXHII nu maulo dr in lh thee columns on onth onth onthe
th the > large mcmt inersimas i in mil NllfII to Ic the Philip Philippine thlllpII Flilhiptune ¬
pine NUrvl ilue Ihl prraumubly presimm ily to the or orat ollCrliion ogerithlan
II at liion Ion of the Ih tariff of yn ddilionnl dt dtIm dr drtlIt < lp lptUlsiim
tUlsiim tlIt Im now 110 at a110I lutnd UtM lu1 l nn tho th rporl rporlof 1Irtof reporiuilit
of tho th cuMotnn ell toll iMrvico ct of if tin t hu iL ibl1llll ibl1llllI nil nili
i I I From rolll them I it n 111 mpuiirs > Mitrs hat I the t incrviiMin ine il1 il1mrinul itiI
1 Amrriciui wiles 1 IIpprnxinlAtly a proxin pprox mint < ately ely Jrtouituw Jrtouituwj 341 I Ilemi t thAA
j lwv not miileruilly uflccted the Milmt NIl of ofother IC ICoIlier
other countries The Th import from all allj allmark
j I mark other than I the Ih IJnlleil UI I Slates SlatesainoiuiUtt SIItI SIItIIllInlluII1 SlatesfllflIult1l
IllInlluII1 ainoiuiUtt to I SItfar7 rIIr 3l ir 7 in lOicJ IOI J uitd tn tnt toI mas
I t lWxnt s J3t in lull A t table nliiws how tho Ih pur purfhu purnina
fhu > Mi fnO1I nun tlioH t hll > uurk < t iluriiig recent recentlyiMfH Jtleuty retwiltyears
lyiMfH 1 y years I1 tllllS 11111I
I
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Ilnll1 I nllnl nllnlonniny nlte0ttirii
11 ttirii orI 011 III 11 klaI 1 3 115110 I 5351II 5351IIntms > 111 111I
I onniny nnn iaijv i un IitI1 sn immi J i IIr IIrI i9a3 i9a3tnre r xs xsI
I tnre ranco vi I Mt4 liv IIn i 131 mlori I cn17 Iun33 Iun33pIi cn17U4IMI I
= 1111 I oj cc lf4 U4IMI OW 10111 hJ hiltiIt lot I llvHT2 llvHT2thlna I tv tvll
ll IIII rlal I 313 111 Mui 11 3 3hln 015 015blua I
thlna hln HMI V4 1 iii > zwia IWI oII jicinT OCltI otnllncLtc 7i iiUi iiUilongtime w w11Ilhelc
11Ilhelc longtime 3 rva < KJ ITil 1 1o 3nMl < MI VLVJll VLVJllatom hi9i3menu IIa IIallli
menu atom llli < littiin I I4i 111 lillri UII I I I I r IIIIIAI 1 2ll 211H7 211H7UWh 31t74llnilkh 747 747llrlllsh
llrlllsh K KI tIntll I Iinitlea
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I rencli rrnr f fIndies t tInli rmiii
Indies Inli 3IJ4MA J7H4T I U 4 SnjttS r J1I 11111 11111lIol 3t345 3t345tltyClasIi Vt11 74 74Australasia
Australasia lIol IHI7 lftl111 111 Itititjc II Iv j lussm jml7 jml7A 3IlII7lIIhr ai airitiulr
A mimlmr lIIhr of if 4 tlr > th < r countries Ollllt ri tlllkr i > tfar on ontin 011Ih Ottiii
tin list with hate n raniting from 1 lumOx4 lumOx4downward HO lfUI lfUIdlIwan < M Mdownward
downward lo a n t inconsidcrabltt KUIIIX UIII Their Theirrecords ThirrlCortl Ihicirrecord
records are MimHur to thom Ih > rtiole qllold < l above aboveThe abonTh6 abovelhe
The neeil of ric rico > nccountti for al about > out tto ttopercent OIr Ottir
percent Ir cent 111 of the th heavy hav purchase urduu from tht thtFrench titeFrench
French Ka Edat a t Indies 1I11i Mte Attention 11 tllt ntion 1011 may 1U1 I Icalltd 1st 1stcahtsd M Mcalled > I
called to Ihe < i tcudy and coiisid ronaidtrallt ronaidtralltincrease 1Iidrahl Tililt TililtcrwuMi >
I
increase crwuMi < in Jupnnn atri lIal < Thiit i is oc occountMl DC111I111 nteoantsh
countMl for l Ity > y line K gain ins in the I he Hale I of ofcoal ofroal ofcoal
coal anti manufactured rtntoii 1011 goods goodsIn ItoodIn
In comliinalion cotutiditat ion tho t < i twoarticl IWo Anicl art iclni < > sconnti sconntitule COlUtiIUI constilute
lute IUI about e l 11 n > r < vnl nt of the I h > account accounttn
In lixvs If latiini laJI Ia1l1tan cal 411 l s of cotton roll Oil COCM COCMamounted goods goodsatlluratell 0001 0001alll1
amounted to It 0 a little Ii II I over SoOOimo ik5 whil in ill1911I I
1910 In npte pil or III I he largir op opportUnity opportUnitygiven > onunity onunityKivcu 1 1livn
given to I U Kiiiriciui IIIrI1I1I cottons cot tott on th t boy y uniounttMl uniounttMlto
i to over SO SoII siimo The Th total cotton trad tradof tradof tratlitat
of i h islimU shown ho a value vch of t1 3223H7 3223H7of 3t1 3t1or < 11 11or
or which S SSati VstfllI7wacoltot 1117 wa4 Dl tOt cloth ha The Thedisiribtition Th ThIl ilidistritiit
disiribtition Il tot of til I he cloth trade I rod was 11 as 11 follow fol follow oh ohlowa ¬
low United KniKdoin llIltd frM310 > United UnitedKtaies Unil1I UnitedMtaiei
Ktaies oltl iuilt3S an iniTei ineremte e > from liVMul liVMulin I 4S4tlIn I IIn I
in 10O9 lafuin JuWiw > II vt nn mcrea incrlllIW < e > from fromS7tOii fromSIXJ
I
5171110 S7tOii III IBOS 11If an and < l smallT accounts accountswith aCounlliith accotintwith
with ith n dozen oth Jlhr r markets Germany Ormnn for foraome for110m foraiIm
aome reason rtII On < cpttmi n very 1 small share shareThe sharirh h rr rrTh
The Th nKnculturnl condition it i indicatiMl indicatiMlhv
hv h purchase ttrriaas4 of only H tuoeo < l00il won on h of Ira iinplementx im10111I Iratlmitil
plementx 10111I about onehalf from I hi h Lnitetl LnitetlStates lJnitlllSlalt UnitedStates
States nnd the Ih remainder fairly fair divided divideillM diid dividedIsttweei 1 1h
lM Isttweei tw eti the t h Iniled KinRtlom and Her Hermany nrman icrlitany
many man Hnmlsttiffs w wirn r imporl Inlports4I < l to a avalue Ivlllu avalue
value of Jl SIfll 1 nt ats9d Pt > I nc r rice to a vnlueof K33I K33IOrC 5 311 3tDa
OrC Da and vsRjralilesi ahl to 0 a value of Sqfll727 Sqfll727Th 511 Vtdl7 Vtdl7The 111 111Th
Th Imml Unit Hit Kingdom iiu IOIII supplied M2IOI M2IOIworth M2 2 101 101worth
I worth of brenland hreul cmiii biscuitand hicult alld the ht hlnit hlnitI United UnitedSi < l lS
I S SIal ales J5 I I5 v wort 011 h out of a tot 1011 A of Silltl1 Silltl1Ilhin 1551CChina 78s Q Qthinn
Ilhin China supplied WiiT 5M > > worth of maca macaroni ml macaroni a aroni ¬
roni untl vcrmicvllt out of 1 total of SCN7B3 SCN7B3The 6H1g3Tht Siis7alb
The lb Unit linilt1 e < l St at alllupllitod i supplied elWtS33 I OOZ3 worth worthof
of if wh what Mt Hour nnil Australia JI34X37 S an anW anIf antin
W If pr > r cent Kiiu 111I for the th United States JStatesanil Statesand tah tahI1nd
and a 2i Z tsr M r c cnl nt lo tos s Ir or their oontpetl oontpetltor
tor An excellent coffee oIT was at otw on time timeRrown lim limrowlI timegrown
I grown rowlI in the Ih Islands hut bu the Ih coffee col1 im imIHirts import imports
port of 1JIO nho how a value tlu of K7UOIIO K7UOIIOCtermany C1110UO1 S0J S0JGeritiany
Ctermany > with 51101 t70ml SOl > 1 i the Ih leader 1 Uer in a aSZJOiji aZ
SZJOiji Z JlJlJI market for Rla gtaas Ia s uul glassware RlaMwarewith Itla < ar arwilh
with Inpnn th the United Ktit HI Stales United UnitedKlllRdotti UnittdKillildolll UnittjKltigdouii
KlllRdotti rintii u and ItelKitiRi III that thatord rhatorolr thatorlr
ord orolr < r follow following UK Fiats country in i a long longlenler longleater ona onaIadr
lenler m th the ctipply of f Sllom 3171 0s worth of ofelectrical orIctrlclllallparatlll ofeletricanl
electrical Ictrlclllallparatlll apparatus and IIM mals 11 > in steel bars barsand barsatiti
and rndx and mUll in iron HheeiH hI and andplatfM nlldplat andplate
plate plat wire ami wrv wi win cnbles rahl builder builderliardwur Luihlerslmartwar
I liardwur tools Units nnd various ario other
I iron anti jf l product iTinany Pill nupplies Pilliilies
plies half th demand for cutlery am amnearly and andIwuly anInirly
1111 nearly half of if trw th sewing wI machines Tin TinUnited ThUnit1 TheUnitti
United States itll and the Ih United Kingdom KingdomInro Kil1gdomIIr
Inro art rivals for or the Ih fir ir t Place in strain strainetIgilles tllUDtllgill
1 engines with this country Komewhnl Komewhnlahead IOOmwhatnhad sotnewhatahead
ahead Th Unite Kingdom imppliwJ3MJOO imppliw itmippliedworth pplI1 pplI1S1Ioo
J3MJOO worth of iron pipes < M and fittings flttlngsand OUln OUlnBn
and Bn 01 thii Ih Unitoil 8tat States 112100 worth worthleather worthleathier orhIathr
leather liner shoes ho are ar obtained largely nrJIIin
1 1in in this country American wiles 1 les of leather leatlwi leatheranl
i anti leather goods ootla amounting to I 57dom 57domin 7d1oIii
1111 in u total imfKirtation of 7cnonn 5100000I 3UI00flliuiporis 7cnonnItnpons
I Itnpons of meats and dairy nlr product productshow roduelhow a ashow
show u total value lIhl of 2377400 with witliAustralia withulralia wjthiAustralia
Australia leading in frr fr fresh h Ix twif and fresh frenhxirk freshPtk
pork xirk China in lard hams and bacon baconDenmark bacon1Inrimrk baconlhnmark
Denmark ii butter the th Vet herlnndn in inchfi Inh incheese
chfi cheese h > e and the Ih United Kingdom Iin dolll in con condensed condNI1 contlnseh ¬
densed milk About Oil 1k p 11 r cent of the themineral litemll1ral th thtninrith
mineral oils nl come nfl from this I country th thimports thilllrI i ho hoimorts
imports illlrI showing a total value alr of about abollSIZfWIOO atoitIranc
SIZfWIOO 1 iiui > > o l Trance leads 1 in perfumery perfumeryand
and cosmetic the th United Kingdom and nndthe andh andthe
the h United States Sn are nr rivals for the t h soap noaptrade ltOaprad soaptrnle
trade rad and half the I hI musical instrument instrumentcome intnlmtncom
come from this hi country rounl ry Eighty per percent ptrt perfnt
cent t of the th h imported l hr > wr is I American AmericanKi
Ki p pr r OMU lIt of the h win 14 Spanish and andiifarly30t andlIarl andtisarly
iifarly30t lIarl tisarly 3 11 > cent nl French Out orin700 orin700wonh of 1111100wnnh i57oo i57ooworth
worth of distilled liquors SI0100f l07n wonh wonhwas
was 11 American ant 111I11 117 77000 000 worth on h British IlritishThe llrili BritishThe h hTh
The record rl < orcl of the Ih Philippine customs customsrvice culltomrYil customsrvice
rvice showafor how ho for lOll 1910111 in comparison with withlooa withI
looa I an increnso ° of i75M in imports importsor
or frictloniillv 33 p pr r cent < lit Twothinls Twothinlsof
of that increns is I in the account C with Jth th thtnitrd thnitfll the thetnltol
tnitrd State tal Fxports also al show nn in increase Inr incr0100 ¬
crease r I of tonoorxx 53000 iO00f5 in comparison mllllri on with withthe withthe ith ithth
the th exports of 1009 all except some m VionQ 100000of EMn0AIof VionQof
of the th gain aln appMring In the Ih shIpments to tothis toIhi tothis
this country countryWhr countryh7
Whr h7 1 a 1 ii lit on llnr n It1r40 Owner Own Is IsTo I Proped PropedTo
To Tlir Kmron I Ptrn OT p Tint Tn1 Si SWv r i r Inmnuch Inmnuchlbeeipen tnaimucttCa
Ca lbeeipen 111 the espenac eof of utrert rloaalnr l Ii < lo I n ery eryUrnl lar lsre lsreeteflt o oeitenl
eitenl bmizbt at attotit 1 > otit by the 11 horwi 110 of n the rtly rtlyI rll rllI
I tenture ne to nizc Ct1g3ct rel t that 111110 the bore bo > nirnor > bo bnli1 bnli1b > it itbo
bo b compelled lo bear a larger ar fr rmportlnn f that lhteiprn 111rn thatripenie
eiprn ripenie rn e than falls to 0 heir lola tot II latpayert latpayerta A Ah
h < a means rf acrt rroHlllnr > ipl hnc this I woiiM sli sligel atrret If
gel a head tat lA on fior horsea e la time rttr II It I en enUrety t1lIJIT enurrir
Urety unfair that I I I at > a hose lIonl owner triiuH UIo1 piy piyfor r1Inr ii7for
for the Ih removal of inn III dropplni of hornet ho from fromthe lromI fromthe
the I city IIY wb Ichen blt n I do lt ml nnln own a nile hor hore e Pr Prpartment J JImnl tiepsrtmrmit
partment Imnl AIr wre In my nof nI ntthnrbnwI hborSwl > own them Ihonby Ihmby themby
by the Ih hundred It may bo b Mid 101 of r eric < 1 e thil thilhones Ih1h ththtrst
hones h a re r kept for Ihoilellverv Ih the itetaer of my m piirrh pnicbiei pnicbieinl rrb rrbn1 i iand
and n1 that lhalll It wnilil Ild be b quits air tn I make me pay payfcr Ia1rrr payfey
fcr IKat 1 enlre > I think 111 < there Ib U I no iloibt thai thaiI balI
I do 01 pay y for 10 that I I rnl < r lee In the I price of every neryarllclelhat everyarltcfr IT ITlIrI
arllclelhat arltcfr lIrI Ib1 I buy bu hul If lIflh with a head h ta 111 on ttnnn ttnnnthe lIorMIh horievthe
the Ih wt of I dell dIIO er > of cm nol I were r ln InO1 < rei e1 thai thaiIncrement Ib thattnrirtmeflt I IInrrmrnl
Increment should be pall for by lho Ihns II e to whom whomthe ehonitShe h hlbe
the rood OO4 are a delivered II 1111 Is manlfenlly unfair unfairthat IInrAlrIbIOl ttnfalrthat
that I nouM < l pay aY Ihe vimn m price 11Ir tar t a pair pa Ir of ofCloves orIn ofClove
Cloves In that I put Into my pooket J1 that Illallo It paid I by byJone hyJnn byJones
Jones my nelchhor who wh has bIO the 111 rlny loves tent nt home homeIn IInmn
In n the theae II e day AY of lnrrea tnerratnr lnr burden r II 114 14 well to todUlrtlxile In1I1lrlIo1l1 Is Istititritopte
dUlrtlxile fh ho burdrnt fairly tlirtber urtbrlnmuC1I urtbrlnmuC1Itnr lna lnammteh lnammtehas rfltich rfltichhe
as tPV he mitinr tnr can r are very rY destructIve IrtlCflY In the theroadnivt thernauivyl
roadnivt 111 of f the < II e pulls 1 and no1 he h macadam mAlaumItr1 maca4qmlzrtlalwsy lie I Iroadway
roadway 1 In rrneral I wondl ukl sucxett 11 that their Ihelrownr thetrowner theirowners
owners should par a llrenw lIn for rn or Ihe prtvtlere rlvl of ofmine nl1Ilne oftiitnc
mine them upon all irh b rmdwayt rnsdwaytNEW l1w l1wItW V VNrw
NEW ItW V VUIlK K Kecemher mhl30 mhl30TII so soTHe 30ltt4
THe TII llnrnlux narnl of the Ih rirV r Thealre ThealreTo ThlrTo ThSalri
To ri run Knrron or n Tnr Ta Srx 1 txsl ntr Can you youtell youtell
tell 11 me m when bn the III Park Theatre was burned I IIhlnk IIlIlak IthInk
thInk II wn mn In the early C4fIYItn Vs 301Otri VsOln
Oln TIMXH Raim t ix t tLJIJlT m mAUUXT 12atSAXT
AUUXT Deeernber V VTho rtTh a aThe >
The Th Park Thentro burner on onTlie Dtmhr DtmhrI
I as 11
Tlie Tliefrnm Th IoS Stat ItInf7JuI Statpnnni
frnm Itif Dtntrr ties flfpubttfi flfpubttfiThe nf7JuIth
The th premier mler pudt III I of r rId lone aco drab ettahibil drablObed lab labIloh1
lObed tnclrcltlmatiheflnetinaxoredln heir claIm aa 111 tle ftnHIItAnrfll flneit Catored In ihenorM ihenorMAn I tIle ilorini iloriniAu 010 010Aa
An InMllsfavlory tlle1 9tIhIgan > 1l < hlcmi WImps WllneitHorn Wn WnV WImpsbcofn
Horn lie I MriMimlntr V lltrnlit 1 Lend LllrrMe rrt rrtII LendIts
Me II w was unable lo Hate It v nether he bad killed killedblmulf IIIII IIIII111m ktItrlmirtfot
111m blmulf lmirtfot Ifr or had been hol by sonic omeime omeimeWhere n ipee ipeeflhre Oft Ofthr
Where hr Km Vt It I Stretched StrtehllCnlrker StretchedKnlcher Irlrdnlrkr
Knlcher They TII ay lltrnln S I f s bit art artBockcr litvockcraver rl rllJocllcrver
Bockcr lJocllcrver CverU 110 the La a 1IA1illl4WD awhUi dubwaIWr wallar
C4X1Ii MILW4Y Y IIfi4UU IIfi4UUWunarOTUot PMZUVsnltoiatjec3OCansda
WtnntMOTim Vsnltoiatjec3OCansda Dwc SOCanitd of offlclal ornel1 oftidal
tidal report for the year ended Jun > 30 90IBIO 30uun
IBIO shows how ho a railway system T lItm t m In thai thaicountry thatcountry
I country rOllnlr of 71731 IOU viclutrr of aid aidinH aidititts Id IdIllp
inH > i and double track > an increase Inc from
17847 mile mhlesin in 1900and l000andOItJ ULUln 187 in 1005 1005Tho Ito1Thll lO6Tb
Tho Tb flr firin4 n 1 Canadian railway raU wa built In InIWfl In1IJft
IWfl A sixteen 11 mil line from Ia 1 Prairie Prairieto tralriro
to the th Ilichelieu River In facilitate f might frt frdightand mightnnd ltht lthtnnd
nnd f lJIMnltr rxuwe > tiRer trafllo Intween Montreal Montrealand Iontraland
and New Iw York ork Other short line in increased iaI Increesed ¬
I creased the system tfm to to nixtyxix mllo in inIMo InI Inln
IMo when the th United States had only 9000 9000mile L000nilles 000 000mil
I mile The opening of the > Irand Trunk TrunkItailwuy TrunkHailwBY Trunkitalhway
Itailwuy in SCO I rnled IheCanadian mileage mileageto
to 1111 I lit and the construction of the th Inter Intercolonial IntlrcolonIal Intercolonial ¬
colonial and other linen IIn brought it to toIK01 toIMOI
IK01 miles in IH7S In the Ih next twenty twentyyearit twntyattO twentyyears
years attO extension wall rapid a little lill more morethan mollIhan morethan
than llom miles milesOf mil miltll mIlesor
Of the th present total of nearly KOOrt KOOrtmiles Zionomil IOk IOktulle
miles mil nlmiit IBOU miles mil are ar held hI by four fourcompanieH fuurCOlli fourcotiaptinleti
companieH COlli I ni the Canadian nadia Iacitlc the theirand IhlUran theirarnl
irand Trunk I he h Canadian < an dian Northern Non bern and andthe IIlIdth andthe
the th Intercolonial the thIt last Ixinn Iin a iovern iovernment IornIltni overit overitflieitt
ment line lineThe lilTh lineri
The Th ri capital liability of the entire aye system 11111IplIIl ayetetli ¬
tem IplIIl is reported a na tM102V7lioua capiuli capiuliration capitahiStitlt alilali7atilln
ration a mil a little greater thanthat of ofthe orIh ofthe
the Ih road of Ihia country > Of If the thel3pital thel3pitalS1l7OIJO capital capital7n7to0isj eapital2Z70Ot
7n7to0isj U in bond and Swt7K7ooo St111 1000 in inHtockM intoeb instocks
stocks AH A with the lines lilh of the United UnitedState UllitttJStal UnitedStates
State much of the stock represent no noactual 110attual noactual
actual payment of cash but it i lii prdbable prdbablethat prdbablthat
that a physical ph ical valuation of the road to today today totiny ¬
day would show as it almost certainly certainlywould Ctrtalnlould certainlywould
would with the road of this Ih country that thattaken thaitllkn thattaken
taken in iu total no water remain in inthn inIhl iiithe
the Canadian nyt IIIIII > t m There as hen the thecapital Ihleapilal thecapital
capital could not have been obtained for forthn forthn forthe
thn construction of the roads without the thepremium th thllImlul1I liepremium
premium offered by the stock to the sub aubcriherM subscribers uhllerilttO
scribers to the bond The Th attitude of the theDominion theDomnittloti
Dominion Government toward railway railwayha railwayshats
ha hall been distinctly paternal and even evenmore IVfnmortllihlral evenmore
more mortllihlral liberal than thnlht ihnt thatof of the th thoUnited United State Statetoward SIalol1rcl Statestoward
toward the 111 American line IIn The Cana Canadian Canadia Cansdicta ¬
dicta dia report show the payment of Slate SlateMihaidieM MtallIh Statestatisinlies
MihaidieM lIh cli amounting to tlOflsftSono to towhich towhich towhich
which are lo he added loan of t3lono000 t3lono000nnd aton ooo oooand
and V 100000 OOOOO of subscription for stock hy hyprovince byrtrovllt
province and municipalities In addition additionSivttTono additIonZ11noo addition5g2uxio
SivttTono Z11noo acre of land have been granted grantedto
to the Ih railways by the th Government GovernmentThe GO overnmentlhu fmfl11t fmfl11tTh
The Dominion railway carried toil toilyear lutar lastyear
year ar Xtaaioon passengers pafn tn at an average averagefaro av averagefart raJtIl raJtIlfilm
faro of I Ml II cents tnr a mile the total recejpli recejplifrom receitsfrom I Ifrom
from that source ourc ou being tHoln Hfl01S000 rrelRht rrelRhtof Iaht Iahtof
of a total of 7l4 1 714t2000 > UlOO ooo Ions wan carried carriedat
at a rate of 739 of a cent nt A ton mile af affording dfontillt atfording ¬
fording a revenue of IllUirOoOO These Thcuemik Thttllrnil Thesemniltutgui
mik mniltutgui K rntefl are practically the th ama I 4meIh O8 O8the asthe
the Ih rtttcit on thin Ihi ride cid of the border The TheKros TheIro Thegress
Kros earnings > for the year were re JI73 JI73PWttio 1113POIIO 173 173ttRts41
PWttio and th I the h operating expenses were wereSlTOiojO wereI2OOOt
SlTOiojO leaving lIinjt approximately apro ll1Iaty JV1 JV1UOono ISasO0l U UMJOIII
UOono sO0l for interest nrl l on bonds dividend dividendand dividendsand
and improvement Allowing an average averageof
of 1 per cent on the bonds x > nds some J17 J17OOOtX 17 17yooti
OOOtX < 0 remaineil for dividend and Ira improvemenlH IraproImntll Iralrvitflentll
provemenlH provemenlHImportant proImntllImportant lrvitflentllImportant
Important nysterns are now under unIerstrict con const OnII ¬
st strict < met ion or planned for conut con construction > I met ion and andin adin andin
in the Ih next few f yearn the th mileage will willlx willb willbe
lx b considerably enlarged and the rapid rapidgrowth rpidroth rapidgrowth
growth roth of population and nd production will willchunge willIhn willehunge
chunge Ihn materially the mule figures figuresWith ftltUrilh figuresWith
With ilh al alllut > out onethirteenth ai 4 many in inhjibitanii inhllhilanl iniutlaitants
hjibitanii a IU the United State Canada Canadahas Conadahall Canadabaa
has about onetenth of our railway mil milaxe millilt mileage
axe lilt but it Its operating revenues r lnUM natu naturally nalurally naturally ¬
rally do not hold a corresponding relation relationlo
lo 0 those of the railway of this country countryItH countr countrIts
IlK mileage is about fourlifths that of ofFrance ofFrance ofFranceand I
France Franceand and twothird t ot hirdst that of Germany
I
SEAL IU It Klin IItflI MUSKS MUSKSMr fJ fJIr
Mr Ir Henry W Kllltt Reasserts That r rPops Iew Iewrolls > W Wrulla
Pops and Cows 0 ow are Killed K ly the Bolls BollsTo Hnllfo Hullsro
To INk KoiTon ITOn or Tn Tas Srx RrlSi Sir In IrTlir InTllr InTar
Tar SfN of December 27 7 there Is a a tatter letteifrom tatterfrom u ufrom
from Mr Ir Oeorge A Clnrk who ho attempt U Ulileftlen 10lilY tosliestep
lileftlen mr chance that he h had never cireiany given clYtnan givenany
any an warrant in his hI publIshed puhll h < l ofllrlal re reports r rIOrtJI reporta ¬
ports of l IIICO MQ for hia 1I11l1lattmnl statements marie In Itthe InIhe inthe
the Jopunr OJlUd Seirnct IfonMfy lInn lit I a 1111 to the th death deathnf
nf row ro and pups from fighting bull I do drnot donl donot
not nay Ita that even I per cent of tho ho pups pnpid pllpd pupslii
id d necllelhl number are tn 0 trampled that thatIt
It Is I iiuestlonable Is I what I say sayNow 2Yow sayoW <
Now ow as a to 0 those Ih rows ro What Mr r Clark ClarkiliinteM ClarliiluiOtel
iliinteM 1110 bears 11 me m out 0th tearing the th skin on a irows aro aC0W5
rows ro Imek as I have h detcrttied It In d dMll do dotall
tall ton piite tt loi l0 Special Mullet in No 0 I To 178I ToI
I nlteti Mutes Hral Fish ish ommlsslon I ICel l52liloes 2 2does
does < not kill that I cow It doe 01 15 not kill your yourdo yourith
do alien hen Ills lal hide Is I torn by It the Ih teeth h of a arival arinll artvtl
rival Why thaw rows ro no 0 treated ad never neversave neverrave
save 11 any In outward concern whatever I Idescribe II Itlpaeilh
describe I rrlo that indifference too just JII t as I hare haredecribed haT1rlb4t1 hayIescrlbed
decribed the th concern of the jealous bulls bullsand bullIInI bulkand
and their loin ilolnrWhen loinhm itoingisVhen <
When hm the Ib females mlt flr IIrt t come ashore there It no noIjn noIn nolvi
Ijn of affection manifested whatever bUtT between betweenthe h1
the sell Tbe mates mal are ar surly u and ntl morose and andthe aolh snIthe
the h females rmalnfl1l1cly entirely Indifferent IndllT mlo to such reception receptionThey r recepttoqThey IIOOI IIOOITb
They Tb are h heaeer eer subjected ubJ frd lo very tr hrh treat treatmen trslmI treatmenu
men menu 1 vimetlmetln the Ih prorresioffcalttet rOlr oltaI between betweenIhe
Ihe I males ml for to heir Ir po poelonand te lonanil a few Ie of them I6emare Iflrmar themare
are ar Imdly bitten and lId lacerated ratat even ev teaion teaionOne seaonOne CIIJOtIOn
One On of 0 the III cow ro that arrived at 1 Sb b Rpe Sped strant st stPaul I Iul
Paul ul Island early 1 In June n 172 was as treated fo focruel 10rru1 a acruel
cruel mullUtlon In tnt manner under und my m eye eyeWhen eyeWhen ye yehn
When hn she he b had Cnally laitdeit on the bot naroAn rock otk of ofone oront ofnit
one nit ot Ihe numerout jeecatchle ralrhl at IbO water waterfront waterfront Ier Iernol
front nol of thl < raall rooliery and nol while 1111 I wat care carefnlly ratefully re rerlIy
fully making a sketch of her II frareful outline uln a arltal arlal I
rltal bull adlacent nrhed nh out from hit III station stationand sratt sratttad laUonAnd
and fled Her lid wIth tit tl mouth a at He nape of the Ihenerk III IIIok thenerk
nerk luit as a a rat lift a kitten 111 At 1 tn the taos JAm In Innl I topMtt
pMtt nl 1 almost 1 olmulUneoutlr the Ih oUt male that thatwat 111I1w thatWas
Was w rightfully 1hlrlI eoilUed to her charms rbumlllImed ttirneil and andrllu1I1 andcauzht nd ndcauiht
cauiht her b In tit II teeth Ih by time III tkln In of her pot potterlor poletter Do Dolelor
letter dor ttornai al irtlon Them TII she hc b was lifted and andttitpendcd andupendel nti ntiptlld1
ttitpendcd ptlld1 la midair between la Ille Java of her hrrfurlom herftirtnna
furlom hall until In obedience lo their III I power powerfill powerflit
fill ttruxilet Iruacl < the III hide of ht lI t r hack bot cat lae e way y and anda aittias ntl ntlC
a as a ra ragged C ed flap of ID lilt raw fHU ltt more mo than tU tUInches alatnrbe4 1 1InrhM
Inches broad and nti a toot In lenl11 rn th was torn up upand upand
and 01 from her hf tjtlne OiI Sb < h ra ratul ud with a ru ub < h into Litohe LuoIII
III he pooeMton Ion of the Ib bull which blelt had ro eonloul eonloulntl covctttiilyntZOI etoijily etoijilytelzed
telzed ntl her ht She Oil hC uttered no cry during Ihlt liar liaroii barbsroas
bsroas oii 01 treatment nor tiLl < the h when hm pitied CIII araln aralnturn ariinturn In Inlurn
turn to I her torn and Helint In c round ou 1 to notice IIOU It ItIn itto
In any say ay wtoalMXYer IIahtll mba Ch I could nhMne nhMneWhen 0 obsereWhen e eWha
When ecrekttarnniallon er 1aItmmUon take place they I seek teekthe seekth Je JeIII
the III aster I dliappeartnz promptly from your yourtLrullry JoutCIIUII yourscniitirY
tLrullry tLrullryThe tCIIUIIn scniitirYn
The n Idea < > r a nattiralliit at I this hour of nfDarwinian ofDarwInhitn I Innwlnln
Darwinian acreement agreem nt sayinn IDlllht that this Ihl very Terrflahlln verythirtitinif I Iftllhllnlt
flahlln which the theCreatnirto h Creator alnro no wlsolr ordered orderedfor
for the h heat reprodtirtloii of that wild life lifeIs lifelash
Is I lash all II wrnnsnnd wmna and he tncan run lIn Improve lmprneuponit lmprneuponitAges upon It ItAzeo ItIl
Ages Il and sires our lw bAfo haters > for man ever r looked lookedupon IIJ lookedttpnn < IcPd IcPdIIn
upon those ho Immense fur e1 e l herd of the thnIrihilov th thIrihllov theIrihllov
Irihllov Islands Imd they eilnted thorn hamUUllolI hamUUllolIr millions millionsof
of r them then where there th am thousands thousandstoday Ihouandaloday thouaandaloday
loday flahtinc M George Geor A Clark never neverw neversaw
saw ft w them fllht too The worst enemy enemythat Intm IntmIhat ° nemythat
that our fur or seal l has tody la scientjflproteilon scientific scientificprotection entloprotlnn
protection from th lbs hand of Clark and andIonian anllIolan antiJordan
Ionian end that raw 1 officialism which takes takesIt t411 t411Itll takesIts
It Its cue ell from those Iho authorities authoritiesllrxnr auathorlticsIlayny hortllr hortllrIII
llrxnr III nr w wLAICEWOOD FLLlon FLLlonLItEOtIP EiirovyLIIEWOIP
LAICEWOOD Ohio December 2 2Th 211 211n 2The
Th The Wall of Trsje Tr Art Artfront h letFern
front lit 11 Tests T4 r ant In < Cuittr CuittrAll Cw Curtl
All tl 1 who have ha teen a the newly D erected statue IU la laMr t tSir 3 3SI
Mr SI Menry nry Irvine I 111 by Mr Drork n A have havetrsiUen ha haken haespoken
spoken ken nf It la the Ih alfhetl IICbe praise pa The pose nap It Itplendld I IIno1l IitendW
plendld Ino1l < l and the t facial eiprettlon noalnn Is lifelike llfCil and andytl andyet n < J Jyet
yet from rem the Ih tailor i point polotof of tlew there Ib thereamouc thereamoucor are 009 009or ttO ttOnr
or two I point Inla that Ih call < 11 for thixicnl It I there me melair fin finr onslate
lair for r the artltt and sculptor upfflr and a4 another a oUlfr for fortha torIh forthe
the Ih tailor
The n Offlelsl flmtwlntter flmtwlnttertrton lImlnrrn
trton rn l VS r Cntumbti Slat HialrTo SlatTo 14 14n
To n tie a real rulUmln llmswlncer lion square Juertn cut skIrt stclrttof skIrtof JeI14III
of the III f roek IrIImll1 ma enalmusi mut I coco lo Ihe 11IlInor theknees knees or lower lowerand lowryand wtr wtrAnd
and swish Ih and twln nl flnpplnr about in lbs Ittt I of ofin otI ofthe
in I the statesman IHmn a as a b he strides IrId alon alGal with Ih conieloui conielouiunrontrloumet tmIInnronlnlln ConpelnainroflsClliulfli4
unrontrloumet An4th veal 1 should ullt b be beauS nul cut tuffclently cuttirtently ur urCrlmllY
fclently low to I toelpait expow fI8 at leatt leasttwehlrt two I thirl muds mudsof atwisHavagq 1111
I
tu Havagq of ffe Devil la Eases KaatatFrom K EasesFrn
From r Frn l PIe e finrr 1 Irt Kintitn KintitnThe PC 1VrtttThe no I
The TIt poor print on pace two and ihrte III IM IMweek thuwtpk hlIe
I week Ie Is tae IJ fault of the SeTh Ue U got big II roller rollerloo roUeI11IO rollerclose
loo close lo u III Lhc > stars I
TMK VJC1T VffrtK Fine HAXABff HAXABffTttU AAlIan urAl urAlIII
an at a CasrtI III TttU TttUt n T T TO TOMake 9 9w
Make w la t Rn t Kcrawte KcrawteTo ftem tlReCpTnT tr trTo
To TnT TMK te KUIIOM or Ins T SfNSiV SC Ii II U UtinaroldabM LtIII1Yoldllbla Iatitvoldshle
tinaroldabM perhaps Prh that a body Ilk like the theMmiti IheJrrIUIRYUarllllnc theMerritt
Mmiti JrrIUIRYUarllllnc Inveatlitailnc committee which has hasbeen baAn hasbeen
been n alile hl 110 to niaVe nu nal an n elimination of a anumber anumhfor anumber
number of Intelligent Inl lIlnnt xilmeiMes ltneias In retardlua retardluatheir rvirdIuZtheir uardlutlllr
their knovl knowledge xtte of the tb tlretflnsuranrv busi business 111a bualape ¬
ness a should admit to the II stand > nd a number > r of ofwitnesses ofIn ofwitnesses
witnesses In whether UnilUir with llh New Sf Vork Vorketty yokcolty Sorkcity
city or no not having iwt 1 theoiles to eiUlUte eiUlUteKrlevanceii coIIIUatlarrDltlllo etlttegrievances
Krlevanceii to air or a hobby 010 to title rltl In th thcourse Ihrol the thecourse
course rol of the 110 testimony given by unn nn uf if ifthese f fthese I
these Ih 0111 i lit > f lowu wimeseen IDt I1 l etprvse eaprveuI eaprveuIthe > d dthe
the th niiinioii that Ih S > r York city Is I In Immi Imminent Immlaol ¬
aol danger anr uf an eten tnlv lvo conflnnratlon conflnnratlonrillnic CoOnnJlrIloIIdtllll conllztgrtttlottcillnit
rillnic In supimrt of t his statement the ert retiI erti 1 1I
I i 1111 015 > iiscjlniruulies tla1 roph nf It San all KrancUvu trnllcl and llal 1141Umo 11J1ilitmore
11 Umo ilitmore mo re I do ti not nhuro har llils vlen rl ie nor U I it itupportahle Itstappurtahle
upportahle 11111 utahl > hy the Ih farts fartsNan InftNan fnctaSan
Nan Kranrlovo traaI linrned < mia is the h result ul of an anarlh4itake anaIhIla artarthqttsake
arlh4itake n s steCle > ecies of it excitement that thathas Ih1III thatlisa
has III never lieen I offered to New Vorkers and andtmeuf amutsine
tmeuf 01 sine uf the iirospwlhe Irllll hrlUtlial I hat cnnse clln is 11 11nu 114Ill isno
no Ill Insokmla Halllniore hiinied onlnc III Inureat IIIgreat
great de d ietee rer > to I the Ih almost totalabsenonnf totalabsenonnflire
lire II shuiiers uu etpoMd 1 InilMInt mhlle hll hIte U UIs III 1 1is
Is I a nell kliunu Imu luel that IhaillO no lance city In the Iheworld Ih Ihorhl theworld
world ioniiirvs with it h Sew eW lurk city II in I Us Usthorouitli II IIIhorlfh lIeihiOriitgti
thorouitli eijiiiptneni IIJllplII of this thl eRIcient nieins nieinsof 11I111or flmCltof
of arresting the l I sgiriiii i > reud of fire n Th The < cattle SJIIHmay II IIma
may ma bo mild of the III number of hulldinin hulldinineiiilpp hulldlnllllIlpa htilldlnitsPiliiippYJ
eiiilpp llIlpa Ki a ullli IIh atiloiuatlu sgirltiklers Ilulil > rinllerx anti as asto a ah aslii
to h fireproof Imlldinvs It is I sjfeliia af III assert assertthat eit eitthat
that vie lia h an 0 uuny 111111I or those Ih as 5 any all three threeother tttrteoIlier
other 01 hr American rllan cities citiesIn IU IUIII ItlcsIn
In the II last twenty 1111 teriatifive five lIt years tltJ l there 110 tins liasbeen hit hitbNon tinsbeen
been a movement IIIOIII lIt of the Ih wholesale trade IridoIn tradIn
In many ny lines IIn away ay from rum th thacld 8old old tmlldlne tmlldlnedoontoMU Illdlnl1dUloWII tttlldiflttsdiawiatuwu
doontoMU lo the Ih ne a nsa tuiildinir on nnd ad adjacent adj adJacent ¬
jacent j to Fifth avenue from rain Truth street streetto 1r 1 1tu
to Thirtyfourth street It nearly uly every 11 one of ofthem of111111I ofthititi
them beinif of r flrcpruut construcUoti and andmany andlIIa andliastly
many lIIa of them fully etiuipped llIill < d nltliaiitomutle nltliaiitomutlesprinklers with ftU101ll1l11c ftU101ll1l11cprin auitointitiesprinkkris
sprinklers prin The Th Uiren lar values 111 are rapidly rapidlydisappearing rapldhdlIlIrll rapidlydleapptartng
disappearing from roan the I h section Inn of the t h city citybftotr dlInw citybehsiw
bftotr Inw Houston mre street If t The rh lie introduction introductionof
of the Ih Illicit pressure servIce 11 throughout the theconsested Ihnronl1MId Itocongested
congested district mid its II extension n lolI over oversdilltIons ordIIIIOIlIII overadditional
sdilltIons area and 3m Hi I I Incren lucrln In Ihenmn IhenmnIwr Ih the nlIn nlInIr aiimher
her of nur tmti r Ilixliouis flu etsil a lo I 0 a l total numher liii tatter of often utten I IdllbIIlulIll
ten dimriliiled dllbIIlulIll slung Ihe Ih naterfronl hint hintin I C Cma
1111 in the opinion of men who wh hae ha devoted dMOtmlconsiderable dolIcolIidtahlllllle devotedcomamiderable
considerable lime lo a study 11111 of the Ih situation situationcreated ilttliitliflrrpait lllIaliona
created a dlVI dI411I1CIIIh l hiHl service 1 that i Is cim cimble Itl Itlble ciihi
ble hi of hsndhiiK tiny nn imssbl llO lbl i eitieriency eitieriencyXo
Xo 0 city cit II y in the lb world a lies hll iiih a iyntem Im of f fIre llrebois tI tIthoI fIretolta I
thoI bois nor is I there II any other ntit hr r cIty II aliPt llh iirh suchian iirhan 11110an
an alitndant Miiiply IIh of II alt water 11 surround surroundInn
Inn In u Oil all hides Id and inttnnth available iivallnblcfor IIvlInhhrnr
for u list e in the huh pressure pro U mnlus In I ca caor raor rae raeof
or need several nr1 l pf am MnmKest mil bentinannur bent boo1mnII1 bestmnanaiiuel
inannur mnII1 I fire r Insurance trDn contpinl IIIrL IIIrLIhorollllh alter nll r a athorough athotoitzhi
thorough study 11101 of all of times 10 conditions conditionshave londilionhO condullottahave
have In the Ih l last l Je pr r increased the Ih atifre atifrecate alltrIal acufregate
gate Ial of their nUs n rid 4 III thin territory territoryVnoiher Itutrnnlhr trritirynothr
Vnoiher willies 1111 before rore ill the committee counmltiecmule j jmade jmad
made the III statement that the Ih chief of our ourIlre brlire r I Irlre
lire Department tepart niettt Is I twenty t year helilnd hliIndthe hind j jthe IIh
the Ih times ViuIl lille hll AS i stilts III stated by tit tilchief titchltf time timechief
chief this witness l1n could 111 not iiualify 1lI llf a an as a afire itfire
fire n expert 1411 hi his vnliiHbl experience In the themercantile thenierraittile 11 11mrrln1I1
mercantile line mlchi entitle nlill his hi opinion opinionto Inion Inionu
to u respectful r lt consideration l hlmll It is i hardly hardlyner hlldhtn hmuirdiritecssary
ner itecssary > esary to s Sit y however hu r that Inlelliirent Inlelliirentnubile InlIIIItpllhlle IntCiiiiPflLpublic
nubile opinion will a ill nol utiiorl his III view viewhlla viewlute h hhllh
lute hllh the chief U I not nnllrrlCI i rfect inone nr nrh < > t us is lap isihe laph
h he i Is an au 11 iintirlnc norUer or alert Indefativa Indefativalile
lile hi and careful ul for ru uF the Ih safety 11 of r bin hi inch IMIII n nI
I am It am told that nt the Ih m vtln7s iite of the Ih > Hoard Hoardof
of if r ttittldinir Kxamlnent nf it I which rlllhmtlIIlr he Is a amember anietther
member his views 1 and Influence Inn are usually usuallyfound U usuallyfound 1I8UT 1I8UTronnd
found lo be on the III progre progressive lv > > SIde 101 of orprobhnn Kny Knyproblem myproblem
problem His IIi subordinates odlnal In the Ih main mainss
ss to alacrity valor nnd efficiency mcltn are n the Ihenvy Ih Ihn thecart
cart n of r the Ih authorities thnrltJ of every pr city rll in time IheIniled Ih IhInid timeInnuled
Iniled Slates 111 and 8ndlo to Ihe lit Anwrican lIwrcall atirnad atirnadmake ahroadlIIlk atitnatiitale
make the h forelcti fire departments look like hknn Ilk IlkI
n lot of tin soldiers ohll I is t true I rll that U th thdepartment I the theletia h hIIrmtnl
department letia ci ment Is I not Ire tree Irom rota politics and andwh aititwhit
wh whit t department Is i t tnit nd II IIHS h I to b bndmitled hoo hooadmilld isndnmitted
ndmitled that it is I behind Mimllr situ jllIn situIn < itlH itlHInoneor
In Inoneor one nr mt two minor n reetest4 t > ects such as lovnltv lovnltvto TOI r rI
to the I horn hn drawn p ehlrle hhI IilII1 dItduitetlsonic lf plafeil plafeilome
sonic 0 time since in in a number or r i Imrgtessie Imrgtessiehlp > roerees roereescities
cities hlt by b the Ih eaolen aol pr 111 trtelled i > elel machine machinebut mllCIIIhUI
but we get rvsiilts 11 YYe W do 1 not I liu 10 itave itavettityrations rou rourutrr 0 0r1ltrllon
rutrr r1ltrllon < tIon nnd no n pmawiiy tire II stand to
New Iorksdiscredit IorksdiscreditSun a or arks 1ItllI 1ItllIS
Sun S fll 01 do need 1 ileil in the Ih t tie way n of Im Improved 1111Iro PIlliirovei ¬
proved Iro i building laws I 1111 line he great advanun advanunof Ilhnnt IlhnntIIr
of K Enrol14l1 roiwin cities ettl 111 In the I ear ny a i ipf > r low insur insurance 1 1II limalirMie ¬
ance II rates rl ind 1 freedom taint large Urn II lit lo lois loi Inc IncI
is i title II to I th iiMrior construction mlrtlCtl loll of I their tlnirbulldlntrs tlItirhIIlInll theirtisattihings
bulldlntrs unit not to t n 1 th 01 t Ii ntciency < 1111 of ihelr ihelrtire I IlrInrlmlIl tutrtire
tire departments InrlmlIl XYV W should hm > < iiit th thban I h hbaa lie lieban <
ban on tIt o1 1 constnittlon OII I ItIIon yeotra M < wir ago or r HI HIleant 11Iat litleast
leant we e should hitvn loa enacted lIcIO l Into law I I the IhRadlIatt4 theadvanted ho hoadvanced
advanced building cod carefully flll prepared preparedby prrIIfId prrIIfIdby
by a patient and painstaking commission commissionand coiimtmiassIuhtand Onarn I Iand
and unfortunately nullified by b the th action actionof
of our worthy rlho Itoird of ldermen Still Additional Stilllionel dlI dlIIlonlll ¬
tional fire ft fli t escapes oal larger exits dl tucnaxd tucnaxdelevator ItmcreaseIeievctor
elevator service rlr and nd Hie ht compulsory intro introduction Inrodlclion introdimctton ¬
duction or mitopiatto sprinklers inkl In ihe 110 < tall tallmercantile lallrllnill tallmercantile
mercantile rllnill and 01 manufacturing buildings buildingsmany huildlnlfmtny htiiidInmrsmany
many of tf r which are now erllubln rllabl sweat sweatshops sweatettops ltt ltthI ¬
shops hI and i greit many lIIn other rnei m1n meisaea meisaeanecessary urt > s snecessary
necessary n IIY lo Insure 1 the Ih safety of human humanHMS hllmanIIn luimmanlives
lives IIn nere n Intelligently treated It in the II pro promited 1 1lIdlnlt tim timtiOaell
mited > building lIdlnlt law a sit drafted and dofeited dofeitedIt dIId1I1ay
It 1I1ay Isea y tost I in I the Ih blnchers hln and criticise criticisethe trillllh
the h man at alh the bat h let l l us 11lPlit put the 111 responsibil responsibility ¬
ity II for rorlhlnndillon these < he > conditions as a well 111 ns for theah theahi t the aim aimScala h hIn
i ence > In of I a Itureaii of Fire Fi Prevention not tintIrwin
11 Irwin IK HI the Ih firs chief who a h ho Is I faithfully and nndsatisfactorily andUI andsatisfactorily
satisfactorily UI florll devmlng 111111 his hl energies nrld to I trprosectnlon tr ItIroIIOI1 th thpmnseetttiotm
prosectnlon of his hi onerous duties 10111 hut iiixiti iiixitiih upotitb < 11
ih 11 Iitv It ty tethers lIlh who at for reasons Ilnn best bestknonn bestknown I Iknon
known to 0 thenifteltes have 1 applied the thtbrakes It Itbrakt thepmizr
brakes to the t wheel hI of f progress progressl prncr
l i CK t HFIP HFIPXrw r BElaXrw Fm Fmrw
Xrw rw Yf Yonll n Decenitier so soTon a aTOI l lTlUJ
Ton MI iIfII en ri ir t ron r C4VGRESS m v cRFio rKss rKssBnlne
4 Bnlne Un In Man n Proposes Irn That IheOirltt IheOirlttmas the Christ Orltm ChristIliac
Iliac m Hecett n lie tilt nt r llnttn llnttnTo thlftnTn IosnToyngEntrornrTttESrSir
To ToyngEntrornrTttESrSir THE Fniron or Till Srv I Sir i I have haveoften haveoften i iofln
often wondered why h t ongress onn continues lOntinum1 in inmeet tofleet
meet early 1 In Deiember The Th Hou e and andSenate andSenate I Inal
Senate nal assemble and IIII adjourn the th same sameday samestay m mIIny
day Th ThY y have hlt desultory d ullot meetings lIItln at atwhich nthleh atwhich
which numerous bills are ar Introduced mem members mmr membet ¬
bet r nuke n 1k political upewehes h with lth which whichthey whlrlh whIchthey
they h pad the Ih Rrrnrtl and Rn spend many IIIIY day dtysIn d1YIn
In idleness Idln or discussion dlII I as profitless profttl and andthen IIlIdthn andthen
then adjourn over I for the Ih holidays holidaysThere hollllltyTh holidaysThere
There Th Is I not a business hlljn Institution In the theworld Ih thewodui
world 011 that I could exist 1 thirty rhlt da day with hh nn nnmore nnmor nomore
more tnethndor systemthan Is I shown In our ourgreat orlunt ourgreat
great lawmaklng bodies hodi Two wiH wk wkakn ks are aretaken aretaIofl
taken at this hi enon II tson n nf the Ih year r In which whichltepre whlh1I11nI1I1 whIchiteprc4efltfttitd5
1I11nI1I1 ltepre entatles or pr enittors < go home visit visitv i
> ew v I ork or or loaf ln t arntmd Washington WashingtonWho
Who Wh el else I o l Ia there lilt AO o fortunate rnrtun The rh root fovernm rootroll111 forrnnl11t
ernm roll111 nt clerk a ret el one on lay even n the th serre serretarle ecre ecretarie r rIul
tarie to I RenreseniatUes Rr flepreastitatives nath and n1 Senators Senatorswork HIonalrok n0titr n0titrwork
work ok all lIlh the < hrllni hrl IIt vacation with Ith only onlya nlyIt rily
a sing holiday holld Why h should such rh laxity
be h allowed the iii legislators legislatorsTh fIlI Iao IaoTh
Th last s eintt innr on of this hi Congress 1OIr hegan on
neieinlsT Pet ttitsr inudadlotirned al11 ldlollrnd ant burned for the II holidays holidayson balht balhton ya yaart
on DeriMiilier 1 sixteen days later tr > but hiliI when whentwo shntwi
two I Sundays and four week e k days d on n hlili hlilitherw IIIohthr htl Iu IutImers
tImers wis 1 44 no II Ii Cession ion are am 1 deducted and I Inot Ii Iinnl tli tlinot < >
not count 010 ho h ilays 11 where It a M seasion > s Ion on liie liieonly 1101lnly luotionlr <
only a feiv t mlnute min > s there th were r In Inn all only nn nntn
ten wording days till A great part of tho t ho hoprd hose < e > ten tenprecious tenprecious
precious prd days was taken up with llh politIcal polltlmlpeechiiuibing JW politIcalepeechttiaklnr UI Ita I Ilhlnlllln
peechiiuibing lhlnlllln In the lit Senate nU most m of the Ih thetIn
tIn fme 101 > was spent In dlscitssln the f 10 omnibus omnibusrlilms omnlttisfutms
rlilms Ialnt Qlll but even n this I hi business hllIII roulil not
he h finishedand fil hdln1 will iII be taken up I again after
the recess recessThe recessThe
thlTh
The Th interruption conies rnmjut just atatlmowhen atatlmowhenwork ama timewhnwork
work wo should be beginning sail It is I n serious seriousnterference rhlu
interference with legislation Why Vii can1 can1ongreaa rn nt
Cnnln Cnnyres ongreaa be honest ont sail do one on nf two I things thingsne thInreIflest
I Iflest ne t at the h time now set get busy hu with with 1110 Its Itswork Ir Irfork itwork
work and relebrafe rlhr Christmas In n the h say r
business h in mn m do throughout the fh ountrr < ountrror
or orenart enact a III law changing hln < lnf the Ih time timeof of meeting meetinguntil
until after the Christmas holidays hnUoI and IIi IIiIlt lle1fl > n nget
get to work ork In good 1100111 earnest Onsrnvrn nrnvrn
WASHIXOTOX W II n IJfIJTO December 311 311how i iHow
How Old Nath aah Heat the Torlet TorletFrom Tail Tailrow
From tilt IS rtrtrialma tX V C > Veir Xerblc VeirOnce
Once blc Nub aib famnut
county was the state over overand antsiul
and over Into other Slates for the be beat t apple applebrandy applebrandy
brandy In the world OM a astm h It was calle calleand ralleland >
and Theater In Ida hltinry of North Carolina tells lellta
a story how Old Nash ab siaM ved number of brave bravepatriot bravepatriots
patriot from defeat at the hand of a Tory
band The men were about lo be overcome overcomeand
and the od woman came along and prevented prrsenlr4the
he Tory bunch with a hie it of 0t4 > M Xj ash h sod sodtime
he defratw t lurnell Into tlctory tlctoryry atcln atclnCyirat
ry Cyirat lral Florida Hark Itnekfrom HarkFcoei
from i ill f Clrlnniio flepeeStr Iejwirff IejwirffMr
Mr n Deacham who reeenlly returned from the theoretl lb
tovritanlonl oretl among other trophIes of the hunt brought broughtbark
bark a pair of buck horn and upon the extreme extremepoint ratrernpntmml
point of etch prong was toe perfect formation of ofa
a dogt head Mr Dearhams only reawinahM reawinahMconelmlon Feaknabprntwlilnn
conelmlon Is that It Ii the result of f 4 former ex exrlilncrhato caetilni
rlilncrhato etilni chase after havlnt HtnuMtny mounted mntlnt mntlnthe
he may present 11 to the Mmllh hmiihonkn > onlan Inttllutlrm Inttllutlrmst
st Vuhlnsloa
Pathlna Wood Woodfr WindVram
fr Vram m itit Iartbtnit rrru rrruIn Pr PrIn
In the town of tVthel carload of checker were weremaniMrtiire1 wrymsnafsctutel
maniMrtiire1 for the Christmas holiday Th
total output of the fxrtorv
there wit nrr rr uni 1s
barrels Kaeh barrel hobtt 3nm 35W5ebeekir nr > ln rv rvrhrrkrrt
rhrrkrrt and 11 tin barred contain containcin 24tuttu
cin tnlis Js checkers
emirs t nr r < 9LI L W9HL9 POLITICS POLITICSTa
Ta few rt rtilarc rssiest St aislrlaud aislrlaudMare
Mare nucbet flucheteItued fleeted PrttUeni of ice Ii it itCoofed MetsConfedt5tkism
Coofed Confedt5tkism f ton on December 14 131 It taU tn he in inBrtt the the8ret
Brtt Ssias M l fitiklenl tn iwa a prltste cirMixe cirMixeTheofTlreprtlJJiia carfliaTheomcepays3klia
TheofTlreprtlJJiia year yearaat and It Ishell held for t ahi > ear earM
M Ilucbet will > er era lhroib thrumolhniat < xil 101 lOll 1 It it t nt ntteennd Pt Ptrrsmed
teennd trim He Ii U a Iladlcal Mr tosul j il lorte lortef I acne acneif
if f ZurIch was rlectni Vice Pwldrnt tIe X tetmr tetmrierJ et r rllerj
llerj of n tierit m IleHenl of the le ielenl < lets rrlh rrlhcat fltttial
cat and Dr < JeoTr eorgra ravey of Vu VittiI < rl Me S Ie Irti Irtiden lmcident
den I all for one year yearllurhet
31 llurhet hat ha a notable record a as a letuutor letuutorand
and N well known at a an artronnoUseur art IIMlni IIMlnihou lii bitt bitthsliJse
hou hsliJse e In Hem It I rro crosdat drd with artistIc olrc olrcaad olJersal
sal ancient furniture Me It I a Mower hU tf tfhating 11hating
hating tInt tome monthsacit time Itichrtwi Itichrtwiai ltiehet i ian
ai animal pain painter ter of some reputation rrtiiutlonII
II Iliirhel was bore In IU In Hex Canioti anuon of ofVaiHlcin r rVaindno
VaiHlcin the bsuktof lake Leman In hU hiatouth hiatouthbremmi youth youthbf
bremmi bf enl to Lxusanieand t besuimes > ecnm a Itnyer The Thebe rh rhbe
be lield office In the Department of Public Woe WoeIn ni niIn
In I illheenterrd a he entered the frderil Erderalcouacilsnd Council and In lc lche leOhr >
he erel at a President ot the Republic lie i iIheauthorofa ttheauthorOfa
Iheauthorofa lawprothllnc federal vjbirnlloo vjbirnlloofor
for primary nhool and of one in ptevrnl f fiwsi fiwsia4ulIrttIO i iadulteration
adulteration He hat served at rorrlcn Ulnttie Ulnttiehaving Mlntmehavitit
having charge at the tame lime of the Pepsi Peruinmen Pepsineat
men neat of line Am Sri and U credited with t Ceat Ceatrmrietmcy i iedlclenc
edlclenc In both He It I it at prevent head uf uft ofDepartment < <
t Department > of the Interior InteriorU
U Muchet U a fervent Alplnltl faltered to m mknre itknee
knee soil a alpenatuck I pent lock In band be may often lie Mn Mnetlmblnc seeclImbing
clImbing the plclurraiiue aliwi k > ies urroundhic h hhome bi biborn
home homeThe bornThe
The new Vice VteaPresidenl president U rorrtr It i M Me Meuat liewas
was Iresktent la IBM IBMA
A federal hjrtleiu far farTbe Portsi PortsiTime
Time new rttlme In Portugal has advanced advancedfar so sotar >
far as Ui I take up dltciiMlon nf the pert prmm9sricnt prmm9sricntorranILattont aurnl aurnlorganization
organization of the republic Opinion generally generallyfavors generalirfavors
favors a federal system bated on that of SwIUrr SwIUrrand Swltrrtan1
and The country ls ito lo b be divided the pm pmrclnrs prijCtnrl
rclnrs say an ancient ethnic and geographic grngrsphlrInes
tines such at were recugnUcddown M toibeiaupi toibeiaupitiiiti Ibc utui PI PIlion
lion of Dom Miguel In 1 It This would make lir lircottttlluenl ttmienmistittuent
cottttlluenl tidies or province Ulnbo Ununi Ununilr toiirTrasoahtnates
Trasoahtnates lr os Monies ilelr llraSltadItrrm3iiura lucli trcm dura Stem Alemtrjo Stemtejo
trjo and AUartc AUartcIt
It tt not proposed to attempt such an organic organiclion orginisatlora
lion until the 1ortea are regularly aMembtrd aMembtrdThen semhlriThen
Then the adoption nf a conttltutlan Is I run runtemplate nuntempiJitot
template which ii would glee Ive the States considers considerate ¬
11 te power Uiih legislative and udmlnlttratlvft udmlnlttratlvftat
at respeclt local afTalrt afTalrtAll
All pilltlcwtaclltllyU iemIItt aclIlty I concentrated for the m mmcnt mamacnt < >
mcnt on time coming elections for the tonttlttieni tonttlttienitvmlily CmnsltttmriitSwmtiy
tvmlily They are to be hekl In the middle iif iifMarch iftlsreband
March tlsreband and It Is hoped that the tUlature can canmeet ranmeet
meet about prlll I The republican renlral com commlltee coinmiltre
mlltee bas Its announceil a broad rCMilutlon It to give giveIts gIveIts
Its ssippirt > upp > irt unl nt ft hlttorlcal republican rantS candldales rantSdates
dales this term Is used to docrlbe tho those > e who wbowere whowere
were avowedly republican In the days of the tbemonarchy themionarrhy
monarchy monarchyOf
Of course the coup detat which dethroned dethronedKlnr dethronedKinf
Klnr Manuel brought to the front an army nf nfrepublican ofreputUcan
republican thouterx who but never been heard heardfrom heardfrom
from before but wbo were willing wItIInt lo I swear they theyhad theybad
had always been agaInst the monarchy In their theirheart theirhearts
heart Vaturally there It great lealouty nf nfthe ofthe
the e and much tutplrlun of their CO cowl < M faith In Inthe Inthe
the ranks nf lhn thos e vr Wbi nn were nut outspoken > poken In days uf ufperil ittperil
peril U It I nil tttrprUIng that the real retiubll retiubllran
ran thoutd refue tn help them In cleaning any anynf anyof
nf the profit of the revolution revolutionWhether revolutIonWhether
Whether thlt tlut t ii good nod politic or not It open tn tnHjtillnn tosiueIlon
Hjtillnn Hy antagonizing their new adherentthe adherent adherentsItIC
the republican may drive a formidable number of ofIhf oftheuuminto
theuuminto Ihf ii > Into the rankt nf opposition and reaction reactionFlnnrUhlng reactionFlourishing
Flourishing Italian Finances Financesnn
nn the annlvrnary of the Urttlaa Reggtn Reggtnralamlti Reggiacalamity
calamity the members of the Italian Ministry Ministrytpeaklnr MinistryspeakIng
speakIng In Parliament dwell with pride no the tbegreat thegreat
great outlay She he national treatury bad mad madfor madfor
for work of relief and restoration SU l334i4iOlt l334i4iOltwithout < i nnn nnnwithout
without retorting esnrt1n in a loan No tm other Paver Pavercouidda Pavercoukiuto
couidda It they said
In fact Italy tt I In coatratt with eterv country countrytn
tn Europe except perhaps Iluttla In being abli ablilo
lo boa baat i of an annual surplus On in December X XMtuiir 30gaor
Mtuiir Tnlrtro its nuance MlnUter made a aformal atrmal
formal ktatemenl In the chamber on the opera operalions operaInns
lions nf the trcaiury for 100110 loru lo In whlrH he said snldthe saidtime
the nxal I year ear closed with an excrsa of MOWOOi MOWOOilire
lire nr something more than SUonnQm t3t5iflO over tbi tbiregular tharegular
regular expeniesof epenea of government I Of this amount amountin amountaoesttso
aoesttso in < no > lire had hero lined for urgent pur purr
r vc5 Including the amount for earthquake re melIst relief
lIst but there was over all expeniUtiirrs tome tomellMsitrtl comeU4us1a
llMsitrtl to I the good goodfor goodIor
for the current year 1010 It the Minister said taldan saidAn
an races of receipt over expenditures of 91 91i 9iCilleflhire
Cilleflhire < < i illrr or more than SEonmion wa was estImated ettlmaleilbut
but 3i 3uqnlt i i lire of Ink wat already placed In Inretervr inreserve
reserve for specIal u ues et lot lull13 a surplus aurplutat
at at least inZUICnn lire It rountnl upon uponThe uponThe
The upkeep of She Italian army now cost It Itorooul ItoYimstl
orooul lire more than formerly but there I is plenty plentyof
of money available to o replace tome of the anti antiquated antIquated ¬
quated warthlirs with up lodale to slate Untiling vessels vettelsA
A 5 turn of isomoiM lire ha baa been appropriated tn tnIndemnify ininslemnify
Indemnify sufferers by the cholera epidemic In InNaplet tntatie
Naplet atie and eltew here Finally a great turn It to tobe embe
be spent next year on the celebration of the con consotldatlon consotldatlon
sotldatlon of o the kingdom with lit capital In Dome DomeSpeaking RomeSpeaking
Speaking on this topic by way of peroration to tohit totits
hit addrrit Signor sir nor Tedftco got oT this 4Mt I of ofrhetoric ofrbetnrtc
rhetoric rbetnrtcOur F FOur
Our foreign euettt wilt be welcomed with open openheat openhesrlniasihcfrlrndsotourrotlfltry
heat hesrlniasihcfrlrndsotourrotlfltry It at the friend of our country Tney TbeywilI win no noable b bableon
able ableon on returning borne tobearwltnett thai Italy Italycomprehending Italyeomnpreheniinc
comprehending her blttorlc mission and faithful faithfultn
tn her promises continue to bo a guarantor of ofthe ofthe
the peacrof peace of the world lo cooperate Joyoualyand Joyoualyandvaliantly Joyously ansi ansiailaritiy
valiantly In political Intellectual and nd economic economicproem economicprolrens
proem and to mend at an efficacious element elementof
of social Justice a lofty expression of accord be between betwepm ¬
tween the sovereign the people and the national nationalreprocntallon natIonalrepfelftm
reprocntallon reprocntallonPremier repfelftm tattoo tattooPremier
Premier Luizattl Signor Glollttl and deputies deputletof deputiesofall
of ofall all thepartlrtjolned tn complimenting MinIster MlnlnerTedctco MinIsterTtdcCO
Tedctco on tit speech speechAnitrlaa speechAustria
Austria MinisterIal Crisis CrltltThe Crisisthe
The resignation of Prime Mtnlttrr von Btenenh Btenenhof
of Auitrla uctrt and Mi hI colleaguet eolleagueswhich which cauted great greatsurprise gratumptte
surprise about the middle of December was du duto titus titusto
to the tecenlon of the Polish riub which formM formMan
an Important part partof of the Mlnlilerlal htinltettslmalorttyln majority In th thHclchsralb ilit ilitfleichrltb
Hclchsralb The Tb Poles receded because their rie riemandt itenand
nand for the construction of a system of canals canaltto canalstoopen
to toopen open up their country countrydidnotreeeinteuOicIent countrydidnotreeeinteuOicIentattention did not receive sufficient sufficientattention
attention attentionThe attentionTime
The chamber cast up the expense of the protect protectand ct ctand
and found U would be beyond the financial ability abilitynf
nf the empire al the present time The Pole Pnletcut Polecut
cut down their dementia tn the constructIon of a atlrile atrte
tlrile canal into the hrnrl of Gallcla Out even eventhlt evenltmta
thlt would cast 4nnn tmutiu uu crowns or JMftnrm JMftnrmKvcu SMIruflriEntena
Kvcu this wa too much so the whole scheme wit witkllcd Waklllrti
kllcd and the Pole flocked all by themselves tbemtelvetillcnerlh themselvesltlcnrrth
illcnerlh handed tn hi resignation but Uriel Urielthepa urgolthe
thepa the pasaceof s ceof luchurgentmeasure smcburgent measures aaprnvttory aaprnvttorytiudcet as a prostsory prostsorytiudret
tiudcet and the AuttroServian treaty of com commerre cornmmmccci
merre The chamber In general applauded Met Metcordially himcordilii
cordially Hit itt progrsmme appear tn be to s sore o ocure
cure lndl intitapensabte pentabte legIslation and then adjourn adjournibe adotuentime
time nrlrhtrath It It a expected that the Emperor Eisperorwill
will commission him to form a new MlnUtrv MlnUtrvdurlag MtnIstrjduring
during tRue recet and be ran negotiate for th thrtconttrucllon lita litareinctructlon
rtconttrucllon of a majority before aaolVf aaolVfsetslna anathelsessIon
sessIon Is held heldlissliand
Holland and Germany GermanyThe ermay ermayTb
The Tb German project for levying loll on t tnavtgatlnn lbS lbSnvllatltan
navtgatlnn nf rivers passing through Iheenjplrs Iheenjplrshasrauned the empire empirehasraused
hasrauned atporttyln unhand dwelt aln II in Auttrla AuttrlaIt
It 1 over the RhIne that the Dutch are worried worriedand wntrledand
and the present attitude of the Government anti an4the antithe
the Siatet Ceneral It I nf uncompromising resist resistance realtsince ¬
since lo any burden being placed upon lb the fre freut freuse
ut use of Ibe lb stream In his general statement to tothe tothe
the foreign relation nf the country made cacti nryn cactiIn
In n the month before the lower house at TQO TQOHague Thttagu
Hague Foreign Minister Mtntst Mare t van n Swlnderm Swlndermdeclared SwInderu1deelare1
declared that the Government had not given way wayan waYan
an Inch and would not do so soThe n nThe
The Minister also denied again the charge thai thaiHolland thatHolland
Holland was yielding tn German pressure In Infortifying Iafrttfying
fortifying her sea coast He It alto upheld her mIght rljhtto
to 14 fortify Flushing Tot the purjvite of main maintaining matnraining ¬
raining the neutrality of the ScBcMt He dented nenlrItttat dentedthat
tttat England had made any temonttrance M against againstthis Intt Inttthl
thl this act actIn actIn
In the course of hit hi speech Minister van seadriest S nn nndrren
driest revealed thai Holland It not yet cm TV TVgood TVgilnil
good term with Xenetuela but he islet rrre rrrew rerewas
w was no need for worry Cattri had created t ttltiiatlon 1situation
situation from which hi hta successors fotint t Zbard thard
hard to o extricate themselves but Hollin Hollinrccogntilng ttniLitercognizarg
rccogntilng the difficulty would be patient ami amireasonable attireaaonsble
reasonable and all would end well wellnf wellPaaeru
Paaeru nf Clipping a Cb Cbrnb CbrnbFcc rnb rnbrr
Fcc > rr > n Ito rn afit1t Ttnnnifan TtnnnifanCaanon TaiessnvCsnnn
Caanon was we the forerunner of the cauclrir cauclrirftrr caUchysTtfter
ftrr his wIngs had been clipped bjCinr bjCinrnturgency byContreInsurgency <
Insurgency ran riot Mn who bad quietly Nine Ninetheir hernIatheir
their crosses for years spoke out and suited it itwhirlwind La Lawhirlwind
whirlwind
The Sculptor HculptorTbe Phitosept PhitoseptTbe
Tbe sculptor bail Just flnlthed the Apollo Dr Drirere C Cilere
irere irereI
I am MtlsQed he cried Every man manpattet shiS shiSpasses
passes thinks It look like himself himselfremlalna hlmsehfrem
remlalna rem lathe Cliroaaliiiy CliroaaliiiyStrlla ChronelagyStilior
Strlla Stilior Ho r aid It Mabel Mabelfella MabelDellaOtt
fella DellaOtt Old enough to bo youa younger youngerS r
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