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THE SUN, THURSDAY, JANUARY 1G, 1S13.
TlintSIUi. JANl'AKY 10. 1013.
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Printing. in.t 1'nhlMilng Aocl Ulnn at t;n N'aau
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President and rreasiirrr. William i' lleirk. 1M
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Washhiitt.in times, Hlbb building
lltooklvn iiffli-e. li"-, Livingston sheet
our neurit irhn Mror us inri riani.rripi. ami
illtutratto't fr publication '"' to ha'f iriretrd
nrutln rriurnr l 1'itj rami n all emu ten I .Mmri
ar etui purpo'f
i ohm r.it s K.v.i ton I'.ttyi i xn
.v tkk.ktv rum.
Tin: Mr .lulisxtis- 1 liaie nreiinl
-our note nf iminlry upon tli Mihjeit iiml
nu lifxit.itlnn In s.iyhin tint I Until; the
o-inllfii I'dtiiiina l.oial lull rctiir,tlui; tt.
i04tle tr.u!e ef tlio I nltfil htatn from
the payment of tolls In pinning the canal
ouirht to le ininieillately ifKuh'il
Kirt, herrfii I helleve that hoth tli Ian
L'uiiee ami spirit ol the llay-l'aimi-efnte
'reaty compel u to Milm ot mir own -it-wif9
leses to the Mime tolls eMahll-heil
for the commerce of all other nation itiak
flC H'e of t lie canal hni h emiality nu, as
irybody Kiioh, the cotiMilcrdtion marie
lo fireat llrltaln for her ielcai-lii u from
lh fciippovil olilieatlotis of tlie llajtiin
It'ilner treaty of l:n. Alfli'oilih 1 am sure
ftoni the careful examination liy the Senate
i ommittee en l'oreii:ir Ilelatlons when the
tieaty made by President Artfiur With the
llepulilii" of N'lcaraicua ta ,mitler uiifid
eratlon that the I'nlted ijtateas'no longer
hound by the stipulations of the tieatv nf
X,'hi anil our enirasemeul not to build a
canal throuitli the Isthmus had become
entiiely Inoperathe. thn ll,i -I'aumcfote
tieaty was made in l.incuace eo clear for
uniieri-.il euu.illty that it i lnipo-ilil to
iK-tearfiitly construe it In any other ,iv
If we h.ivu made a had bare.iui we are
bound by eieic coii'idcr.itlon, n well of
expediency a of jiMlie, to Hand belt
.S-coudly, If, as , u matter of expediency
alone, we wlthdrnw thn famr proposed to
our own coaMwie commerce, althouch we
might have the richt to eriint It, the v.w will
he lell pim to deal with the subfeci In fu
ture in etifh a n i Hie puhlle Intetc-t
ahouhl require Vcn Irulv ioiii1-.
iir'ir.i.r I" I hmcsps
riaani st. f al . lanuarc a
The Root Kill lit Repeal an Incnii
lilrrate I of r.icl Inn of
Treat I-alt h.
K tall fnr I tin rer-.l ..f the leeishi I
.1 1)111 IUr III" II S ,11 III 1111 II USI.IIIUll
rAi'iiipi ..oi HKeiviLs.- c-ecsi jii, in
Urn payment of tolls at tho T.inama
Canal has lieen introduced by Senator
Ki.utL' Roor of New 'or,.;. Senator
floor wasa nicmberof President Itoost:
vm.t'H Cabinet at the time of the nego
tiation of the Hay-I'aunccfole treaty by
Ins colleague in thn Administration,
IdhvHat, and at tho lime of the ratili
cwtinii of that treaty by llm Senate in
Dceeinln-'r, 1901. litcr he kp-i ceded
.Ioh.v IlAVasSccreiaiy of Stale. Them
is no man living whose knowledge nf the
law and tho fuels in more prc-ise, nr
liofe opinion conecrnuii; the nationV
nchts and duties under the contract
with fireat Hritain pliould comm.uiil i
more respectful attention hi the .Senate
and throiiKhout the fnited Statep.
On thn paramount qucMiwi of treaty '
faith nnd the preservation of thcnational
honor a btirring reminder xvill be found
in th forcKoinc; letter addressed only
leu dayn ago by tho dean of American
Htatcgmeri to Mr. Hohkkt I'NDKr.wooti
Iohnbo.v, editor of tho Century. We
arc glad to have permission to print
Mr. Komcnds's communication for the
benetlt of Senators and Hepresentatives
in Congress and of the public.
The clear cut and unqualified declara
tion of Mr. KD.Mbitns for immediate re
peal of the coastwise exemption derives.
Ihe more importance, from the eirciitn
htunee that before the Huy-I'auneefoto
contract, was completed ho wan not
among those Americans who believed
that the old Clayton-Bulwer treaty still
rusted as a binding obligation.
As Ioiikiiro uh ltS .Senator Komunds
introduced in the Senato a resolution
declaring with special rcferenco to
France, but with equal significance n
in England -lliat under tho Monroe
Doctrine wo should regard with serious
concern and disapproval "any connec
tion of any European (!o-erntiient with
the construction of any ship canal
across tho Isthmus of Darlen or across
In 1601, together with John .Siieii.man,
Wim.iam M. KvAitTfj and otherH, Mr.
Kdmundh higned u commit ten report
cxpresainK tho opinion that "tho l.'iiited
Htatcs is at prewnt utulcr no oblia-;
lion, mciiKurcd cither by tho terms of soniu pleasures and sensntiotih in btorc
tho convention tho Clayton-IJulwcrl for them. Tho diJhutnnto looked for
ti wityj, tlm principles of public law r "'"rr('rl' ,0 ,irht ""i young
rood moral, to refrain from ,..... I m"n Nlv"1 f-oiwthiljpt of till.' zeBt of
in any way that it may deem best for
im jtiht interests, tho construction of
thin canal without regurd to ntiyihing ',
contained in the convention of Is.Mi," j
And yet without regard to his prcyj.'
ou opinion of tho validity of tho civ.
..i . ....
tnn-Hi.lwer treaty Mr ;mWUj hi-m ,
cleuig nd Baya without qualification i
that tin' fici i'iitiiiii "1 of Hit ilny - l'mince -
foil- Unity i 'id'-.l ilii isi(ili of tllllt Will
,''t. Id. II llii' i-.-litiir lii'lilv is II ooll
trutt wIih h i.iiitint In viol.iti'il without
. iiii-'iil(jilili' hli.iiiii' to tin- ii'tmlilns
I tlmi tin' li'uMiitioii which tin' Hoot
llill IUI S to H'MNll lloeS ill flll't lull
.-maniM llii' triMty stipulations; ami Hint
jt:r' 'i d us well ib expediency demands
tlmt wostntnl lioimralily liyourliurnain
with (treat llriifiin. '
Couli! there 1)" from any sourer a
iiioh' itiipii.-iyi aruutiii'iit in favor of
tin' piniiipt p.i-sii;i' nf the Hoot bill for
!!i''pii"-iTVatiot ol the nation's honor?
Manltli iint " liaise."
uu lenniary l uie i niten Males Meei
Coriioration will l.eii. to pay 1,00()..i.ki
a luontli more wuyes to those of its em
ployees KcttitiK lis lowest vni;cs, It
docs this, iiresiimalily, lns'iiue the men
deserve the money and the corporation
is nlile to pay the money.
The latter onsideration or fact i
worth poiideiinp;. It has a 'profound
me.niiiii; for the whole i (immunity.
R-pei ially i- it a teljtilie to those timor
ous souls that lireak into ioosetlesh
every political Declamation Day.
No pitiless lotiii distance ever up
lifted uplittim voices, no liliistcritu of
ninateiiih al the cMnhlishcd laws and
i-iistonis of finance and trade, no ursine
antn n of si'culators can affect the es
sential Inline of national prosperity.
No leimth of tonctie or ear, no oh-essiiu
llulidiili ot vole hunters can chaime the
creat fad that the crops of 1011! were
Kiirantie. that labor is employed ut lilh
w:ne.-. that the larmeisure iuospirou.s,
that liiisiness conditions are sound.
The.-e are fai-t?. The rcM is mainly
'I he Albany font rn vcr.
If the Hon. Ti.U!t.i:s K. Mntriiv had
vi.ited the l'eeulive Cliainber imme
diately alter the inatmuration imd re
(ietcd that the warden of Auburn
Prison be removed and a Tammany
district leader put in his place, can there
b" any doubt us to the extent of the
linlilllll- Olllel-l- vlleb mm net wimhl leiv.
popiil.u oiiti n sucli tin act would li.ue
provoKfl. It the .SuperintendiMit of
I'ri-ons had reliu-od to comply with sip h
a demand mid offered instead his own
resii-nation. would his net have excited
auythuiu but applause?
In the present instance j; js not the
Democrat ie leader of New York but
of Cayuia county who has mado thn
teqtleM. bill (-.ill it be hoiie-tly arRlied
that the reqiiiv-t itself ehaimej. character
with the polilieiati makiiii; it? Is not tin;
real question involved one of putroniiKo,
and as such equally dangerous, who
ever raises it. for I ho reputation of a
Chief Kxcciitive who ha lo the great
satisfaction of the people of this State
declared that bis administration is to
be fice of suspi'-ion of politicians' con
iinl in iln laiiim''
t ruly vicious t hum about the pre
cut ih-pute is thai it raise- unfairly and
.llniosl lsh)lie?llv the llcOot of
r.x.-utivo independence. s,c the
Hon. 'I iiomas Mo IT O.sluilt.Ni: is a con-
' Spl''UOIIS liIIHl III the llllti-'l IlllUliallV
I........... .. : ., I .,
I ,. I jrs iii uns, ouiic. ii is imss nil! 1 1 ;it ii
il lo comply with any request of
howexer improper, m.iv permit
cnin s, lioib of the (lovernor and of the
Di'iuoi ratie party, to charge, that the
tioM i iiur i uber lent to Taiutnauy.
Hill sin h a i harge would be too tians
paient lo coinmand even passing cre
ili'll'e. 'Ih i oinagn to icmsi the re
former alii inpting to imitate the bo.-s
in. seeking i,iiron.ige ijiihi us necessary
its that eiUired to iessi . Mi, l,,,,,.
sell on ,i Minil.tr criainl. The proof of
I ioxeriini- Si LZKIi's ludependeiice must
lie III Ills tcMslHin in Mi iipiiv. mil in
be. cumpbaiii c with those rcqlicstrl (if
OMiUtiM., which Ml KPHY opposco. hut
.lectionablc to the people of the St.ile,
- , ,.M ,kis made bv a retKyman
the other day upon the gir)e. youth ot
,'"!' eouniry and the snei.il function
Willed tliex (illeprl Wl dotlbllc.ss lie
laughed to scorn bv tho blase little
men about town and the sophisticated
little guls against whom they were
directed, but they are deFcrx-ing never
theless of some attention. "Hoys TJ
yearn old," said the clergyman, "send
cut lloweih lo little girlf, ami call fori'""1'" '"imber of xvoiklneli engaged
tun iii i in girls in carriages to escort
them lo balls mid receptions." He
might have added a gicat deal more:
that boys and girls, thn children of
wealthy parents, home from school
for tho holidays, spend their days and
nights in u ccaee,s whirl of gayety,
with luncheon, du.ui-rs, theatre par
tie and balls engrossing most of thnr
tune and nil of their atteniioii.
Years ago we had "children's parties"
which legau early and ended early;
thero might games or there might
bo dancing; I hero were refreshment;,
but not an elaborate meal, and thirst
was quenched with lemonade and,
maybe, claret cup, Such function xvern
enjoyed the morn Ix-causn they were not
too frequent, they were leganlrd by both
patents and children as in th" nature
of a "treat," and there was an element
of adventure in retiring to 1hi at the
abnormally dissipated hour of 11 o'clock
A Mill Hirer "treat" wan tho occasional
Visit to the theatre, the piece, seep .pg
carefully chosen ns appropriate to a
youthful audience, and tho whole affair
Ix-iiig tho subject of eager anticipation
for a week lieforo and of delighted
reminiscenefl fdrn week after tho event.
The result was that when tho children
of that genrr-tton Kreiv tin thev had
It would bo a daring or a very simple
posies; wno would oiler to-lay to en
tertain her young gueMH notat an "At
Honm" but at a "childrcnV' party,"
wil1' llsl,t rpl'icslimentH and claret ouf),
T' ! T "TK,-bjr
at 10 o clock. Such enter ainmcnts now
mur.t be all in tho manner ofVrow.m,
affairt". They must bo preceded by a
(course dinner, kept stoliu? liy mi elnli
orali' siiiK'r, villi ehuinpnutio an an
'. lit i't I of tlu least, ami ti'iininati'il
some time in tin- iiioi iiIhk wit li hot Mitip
and vnrioiiH delit ncics of the season
or out of M'aoii, an a sliirup cup to
I'lii'cr tlic kih'Mm on tln'ir lioiiii'wnnl
way. A iiiilit at tin- tlii'iitn.' is a nn'ii
ri'laxatiou liom tin' tiioii' Mli'liuoilt
iii'tivitics of wn ial I'siMi'tii-i', ami tin
picci' n'i'ii must In- tin1 latest llroadway
sllici'ss if it is to jjain tin elilieal aj)
proval of tlii'N- lilase youiu;ste-s.
It is rather pitiahle to think that thesp
little lys and mils have run the whole
Kiilllllt of social eiitertllilitlielit liefoie
they are well into their 'teens; that life
holds for them no ni'sterious pronuvi'
of esiK'i'ieiu-e.s they have not already
proix'd to the depths. I lie ainiiziiii;
I ii.in.ru. ,,,,), .,, ,rii,.,ii1i,.,iv..nii.
j of ,.oull,rv ,..,. . .lf;r iir
ountry piuiiKo in
into (leirenerati! dissiiiatioii. bill ib.-il
so many of them Ikhoiih' Useful and!
responsible citizens. It speaks well
for the sturdy Mock from which they
The ew Senator I'roni Maine.
We don't try to hide our fondness for
the lion. OiiAtiiAit (;ahh.st:i'ii genuine
farmer m politics, a prudent and sensi
ble man. Hut we yield joyfully lo the
The Hon. KnwtN Chick Hi iu.i.ioh,
now or formerly of Lumens, was the
undoubted choice of the Maine folks
and so deserved to be elected. He is in
the prune of life he won't be 70 till next
fall; he has been a school teacher and
surveyor, like so many of th" older race
of statesmen; he tried to be a cavalry
man, but the Tinted Slates medicos
wouldn't pass bun. another instance of
t hro.'ltmiod in,.,, lien,, l.ui.r- I.., I..,.. I,.,.,,,
-.., . . . Prmnilns lis only ineiit is that of simple
(lovernor of Maine and a Hepiescntative i truihinlnes-.
in seven CoiiKtcsse.s, he ptihti-lico tlmt i I It is mete a deseriptiie phiaoe. nut
old stimdurd mid solid eontempnrarv '"""saiHy di'ins-atory .Monue.xs, large
the Keniielxv Journal. II- is ut least "'"'"" 't'1''. muin and extraor-
. , dmarilv eleier atdmalj, not detlcient In
us Kreat a man us (1Aitii.vi;ii. he knows v.n,Hl .4 .,.. rll,.y , n.-t
the ropes; and in spite of the pastoral etitcrt.umm: when In pursuit or the cocoa
letter of Mr. Hoo.SKVKLT to I "ine;o Pro-I nut Xn monnuerii' Is completo without
cressives is not a bit more, reactionary I'"'",' . ! ,l" l'!u'1"1 ""V ,N H'nay; ?N
,,. . .. , .. ,, . trailed to their caire I'enplo w ho admire
thiiti no small part of the I'rciKres-ivc Ld loie them would co..lder a ...mparloon
dowiuvist Hock. A "reactionary'' is u 1 to mhIi huiiisiu creatures complimeiitury.
'!.. I . i .
'lepUDIICail WIIOI1KII1 I plllnip lOf UVMer
. ' , '
,. ... , ,, ,
i in iii iiciuurs inquire oi c oioncl
(Mir Sah atlnii I'roni Corrupt I'nllee.
This town and its people would be in
a bad way if the corrupt members of the
police force were as intclliKelit ns thev
are vicious. Fortunately for
men, the crime protect uu; poln-eniaii is
as stupid as he is creedy.
Were tins not the eae the whole.
soi'ial fabric would be at the mercy of
n comparatively few individuals niftisi
..I . .. ii
-.u . ...VIUIII.IIC ilieiM- ,ll ll.-MIUlll!
of the elichteft traces, of conscieme.
They have abunilani e of eiiercv, brazen
iiwliiiv,, ,.... i,s II i,.. ..i'.i
IfirlllVnleri,,,. 1,1 fill f In. t..,i...u.l ,1......... ,.
.... . , , . '
delliute ambition, and nothllu; b'll
I seom for any standanl ol conduct that
' I" atlV WIIV llllci ts ormlllleili es respe .
' able pc.-so.is.
j Mm they me hop"e.s.sv dull and thick
, Willed , I idlCllloUsl.V iei lellt III llll.'muia-
,;. I ... 1.1 ... .
I i n i I tile, in cm i cjicss. u ,.u l . .
tein" repcai.s wuh unfailing legul.irnv
the excesses and blundei of it foiitnl
er. t)n the mi'thixls deviscl liy them,
crude ns they m e, nn improvement has
lieen made The open p illtl. the bhiilg
eon iind the fale allidavil. these ,ne
the tniils of I heir trade anil calling
long us they uc o hi i h- brain in their
excursions for the aciiiisii ion ol oilier
folks' money they will continue to be
merely annoying but they r-annnt l.nrly
be i minted as dangerous.
I'arU I iinifnrl fstatlmis.
I hie of OUT i oi'l erpoildcills calls .illcii-
lion to Hie tii'-l Hint after making ex -(Till
attempts to initiate a t net Itlcal in. i
of t-ct ions defects of msiiiilarv h.'i i -act.
r in the comfort Malum id seyeial
small city parks lie aditeseij ,i , ,,in
inuiueatinti In the Hnmiigb President,
.Mc A.ST -NT. The letter was transmitted
and eh' ited the reply fiom Mr. sinvni
thai he is making an efinii to place en
tirely new plumbing m the siaii.ni.
It xvere wise on the part of the Hoard
of Estimate to furnish the funds for
the much needed Kiiulaiiou of tlne
places, which are rcsoited in imi onlv
by loungers or proinenaders but by the !
i lie ereciion oi tKyscraper in tlic vi, in
ily of these Mnall (larks. The ciunliul
stations should be larger than the pre.
cut cramped places, and ihey u I to
be provided with fain el supplying
water for manual ablution, the abem
of which is a serious defect. The park
engineers will doubtless also iccogmc
the rieceily of placing the., cotnfoit
stations below tho street surface, thus
insuring les encroachment on the paik
and obtaining ample space for i,,
Tho public comfort stations, which
were first constructed under the Strong
administration, havo been of imiiicn.se
service to the working people anil other
frequenters of the pai ks. They dcinainl
the utmost care to make them, as their
appellation indicates, conifoilable ami
sanitary in every respect.
Acciildltig to thn latest iep.nl nf Dm
t)0iartmeiit of Agriciillniii the pruhn-er
ol corn, xvheal, Uuley, rye, liuclixvlie.il,
pnlalne anil cuk Is gelling sonm hucii
tpou mm-cent less limn ho got a yn,ir ago
Uno nf the many economm luy.sleiien
The pkkIiicci- gels es, Dm conuinii
pays more, and everybody looks wisn and
Imaves a llgiualivH hrlcU ut tlm accuised
Anapulco, the Mexicun port on tho
I'acillo to which the cruiser Denver his
Ikwii ntdereil to protect American cilizeiiH
at thn lequcst of Consul Fdwaiips, has
no railinad ennuoction with tho city of
Moxicn Tho Intnroeiauiu and the Mexi
can Central nrn building lines in thai
direction, but according to a rci-eni map
of tho National Itjiilways ll.ils.is is the
last station in touch with thn capital, and
flalsas In nearly too miles from Ampnieo.
It is a rough country for railway build
ing und tho cost or cutting through tint
Hierra Madro del Stir nuiBt bo enormous,
'the ulory tlmt a torco or relsds under
Julio IUpiu.o in throateiilug tho totxu
anil that the Mexican romiimtidrr of thn
.iiiisoti ndiiiltlisl his Inability to protect
Atiierie.iiis in tin- milnirlmi iiiinii iii.i.v
well Ik- true Acipiilcii ia coUbpluumisly
the Ii1 port mi that sliln of Mexico and
wniilil Ihi ii f t-iv for tlu Insurgents if
tliey i'imiIiI iviptiiro ami liolil It 'llii
picstiniplloii Is tli.it thn Anipricnn (.'nrisill
diil not e.ill lor aid until thn tMnprceney
'I'tie iDiisnl.it inn prl of nn rleetion to
(.'oliKtt'rti frniii thn Thirteenth MiiHsuehil
setis ilistriet. wliern Oa)talli John W.
Vi;i:ks, tins Setiiitor-i'leet, recelvwl a
iii.ijnrily of 'j in Novemlier, may not
tempt .Mr S.iMt'i-:i, V Mi-Cam., llti has
I ii'll the alilont and the most iluleenliilit
l'cireM'iitatii from M.isi.icluis'its ilur
iliK his lone M'rv'ii' ill the House, utnl
he m ill he spared At sUtr-oiio Mr
Mi ('A 1,1, is Mill full (lf u-eflllns He
At all events tho Hon. Oiiaiuaii (5 aiiii
NUl is now free to accept a Cabinet job
Tin- Tennjsou of Mercer Count llefrnili
m ('rncliius I'hrase.
To I nr. l:niiiii nr I'm, St N Sir Sour
elahoratii pral-e of I lie ihrae"m(iiikey ctlt-
, " s In i oniipclioii with the name of Mr (,. II.
siiaw ipios miii li too lar. Almost anybody
would be llallen d to rcceli e nu ll courtesies
rroiti tin mx. Iltu your amiable, habit of
oveiuimplimi'iit, per-lslliiK from itenera
Moii to general Ion, Miineilmes lead lo a
nit conlrary to that whuli otl betieyo.
leiitly nil ended . u, lor eialuple, in the
'.ie of the laic President Cleveland It
i not w id) that a person or a plnai! should
I in mm h favoicd by Tut: Si n
I he parilciilar expression which von hap
torn lied with thecflilU'i'lu'eof your Inmuios.
if v does not leally deerve lo be hailed for
n blaiidm-ss, or its irraee, for Us amenity.
It Is tint (omparable In these respects with
the delltate style ol M. xnalole Trance, w ho
ilesrribed hi lellow lountrymen as "the
lit.... .i... a. ii..i....iii.n..
,l ,1' ,r"M '" " nipilllB noe-
not like them lie has wiitlen mifmorably
.ol them as the llandar l.oc Hut .Mr
Kipnm; is merely a late Mctorlau, and his
opinion Is not decisiie
It Is al-o an amcMral phrase, a family
li. Hue, o lo .eak, wlili h has not oitlv been
Hiiepied but stromtlv emphaled by the
writers to whom it refers 'I hey not only
inio.-iile the probability of arboreal habits
in our distant progenitors but thev look Into
the family tiee lor s'iiidain.e In the renr
'aniation of sneietv, and thev advocate
I tbe iiliohtlon ol maul domestic and eociat
institutions which ,ii present ob-cuie in
man tie imane and likeness of his simian
,t Tiuiill) . ill its appln alien to Mr mm,
the phrase, i limiled to his aitulties as a
i run- It was not applied tn tho-e crratixe
iui.im.iiie Hum. in mi ii nn n.is iiciraycii
4 k,.,nV tu sh-iUesis-aiv Hut to
Im eritnal work" in which he has ermlesseil.
I explained and lllnmiiiated his . onseious
ne.s ill that ami other sus'rioritle the
I phiase was applied It seems to h.ii
-,.. amilnabilllv ll.s .ritle.il fi tie.
j ai '-il" and preheu.iie. ariou mid uuex-
i I"" ed. Hot ihtlle tlv useful hut al.laxs
!'.',"" T.'""' "I !"."."'.'. 'T, '"',"l ''"
i , I(. diM J"in:
,', (It'-I .1 l . -, ,l,'.MS 'l. ,',111, IS
one til a sintiie
I" lb" tempi... toll .nluille h.s r,,ilpu I
r. 1 1... .l lv it II, u 1,1, I, I,.. . . , ,..! ..,,,1
leenL'ni'o Ins i l.iitii lo il..,'eut linrn the
ileie'e.i ami innsl entei t aimii l of all
monkets in., phrase w Inch mci haie
i ei roniphinenteil Is purely impression
isiie and lias iiothinc but Us ae nraev to
. .in ii icn . I ii llisni xts livki
I'i im I ins, S .1 . January I ,
oi i: MAxxnt or ;i.f .
I sure Mai),, Hie I'r.ifes.or sajs, of Ureal.
' In K or lis XavU.
' I., nil Iviutnl! oi I li i- si s,, i ,
In. i he Xone. Hi V meiilnr tell me. llml we
n.u the surest marl nf lthiiIiiv nr of the
j U' k of II
( lie was i)ei eriiic Iii me. .. man ol care.
j , ,,.,, n n', ...s hear him talk
cend 'xnl'c. i XX tlH'll. he said. ' !
lueaii not Ihe actual oieo alone, hut a
well the whole maim.-! nf rpeeeh. , nines
eiilv liom k'ood breeding, I loin inle'i nam e,
o- l,x earelill. IIiiiiieIiIIuI eiiltixali.m ih h
i von e heme nne ihai is pleasius in inlona
n.iii and irr.n efuilx appmpriHie in modu
laieni and inlh', lion, while tin, speaker
linl-t lie also ele ir ni aril, illation ntt, eniin
. iiilou and nf ..nils,, orrei I m prouim
1 1 xx nianv people do xx n knmx xvlm coin
lane in Iheir speakuie all these esseninil
I'lablies ol a uood "x.il.e"' T., be of the
Inchest xalue and effect this x. nee, or man
ner nl speech, miit he natural on Ihe pari
nf ill" rpe.iker, not artificial
Nin nim, laiiuarx I i I! p, K
Wall nt llranrekr.
int. I iiiTim nr I nr. SI N Mr I i mu
nnil I xx n n t lixknl lieiiis Why end I 1 ut iltrni
la im ef ll:r Merallnl -kiukI ' i estfiu i arils nf
M.'inlmit.ni' Xhti'i.t anv one .-an ft n ci.y
lunxxii mass of niitnlmmtlril hrmis r n lle.l "llnsieu
hixUrii ,ran., " xxhi.ii Is su.iposr.t to , a dish of
li.xkr.J Praiis It la'i II s a Meny. Iliisteii ner
llii-.x hen in iln inilhiiti; xx lih ln.niis rvrrpt to
i.wiU artil ilni Inr itirni tiaill thr cnnie forth a
x.-iy h nl ImltnllKii "( linirillai mIuihI ulrl h
111 el lllfs. ef .IliM'elatl' filitsr
V'llllllll IIIXXII III till' 1 11 H k 1,111. Il ill IlKMX ,.
iHlu llnflis ef leslHlliants one .s rji'iottftll!, rixn
irri a plnte of "Nrxx XntUliran., renkril a. natuie
Inl. mini the lieiiii In lie riKiUril. ilak anil niraly
Inn unbuild n. rli lean a pearl, each prarl a
prajir. Willi here ami lliere a frxv dark hroixn
iran linm ilir inp. or iiusl, anil Juxt haul rneuk'li
In rnilirh with paxlii
-lnlnn bakeil hrans" should he n uiiMlrinrinnr
hv Mamie at tin' very lrst. Iiinsiniuh m exrry
itish nf limn a frlniix In fai-i. I xx an I hrans,
.Nkw or, .l.mtmy I', u'u.
'lo no I niior, or llii. Scs s(r p, irtxnl
in the ileplmahle Mihincrcriire of Phllr.whal
Prueiits a inasniiiy wall lirlti-f hnlll, al nn crral
..is' iiirl annual the ratlin rim nf thul inrre
Isl- hlch riimich M ile i-llk'hll)' almxr lake level
xx l.i u Hie Assnaa nmilgairs arc rlnse.1 ami the
slninl xxalrrs at llieli lilirlicl Sialnas.-i uu
liiir of xx .ill wniilil L'lxr access to the ruins
M et.x iv . Iii.kw.
1'Kiiill Amiiot, N. .1 , .lamiary li.
Nome rlhcr Predict lonx.
Wheie, oh, wheni ia the zero weather
We were promised we should net
Where, oh, warm Ii the boo.I old winter,
Which has not arrived an yet?
Where, oh, where urc the jingling kleich
Where are all Ihe elditerix nt?
Wbeie, oh, whereare Ihe coal m ill's pioflU
Wliicli bi'forellmcs were no fin? '
Where, oh, wln-m are the bloomiiiB i.
Where llie stteels chuck full of nnmr?
Wlieie, oh, xxheieiun tlm Iceliound livers
'I hut about now teased lo flow'
What, oh, what ia the Weather lliireail?
What I bat mi'iioroloi;li'al bird;'
II ain't no prevaricator.
It' a slimier mrlier unirl
W J. Lmncs,
!Arni:rtix! the t:n.s.
ml Ccntiiniilenl Venice o"
fcri'il to tlie Press.
ISuhJnltinl will he found a sample of the 1 lib
eorii Sytidli-atc I'rrxx depart. Ueslmieil Inr ue
tilt nn k'linut llieiiMinlry.hirlni; the pre., ntln'rlml
ef Inipilry ami InxrMleatlon Nrxx'ier ul
erlhliic lo these repurl will rrrrlxe llieai In
itial! day. In ailiame of the Kesxlna, ami may
eomplele lliem by lnrrtliiK the tiaiiim of i luinvl,
xxltnex, ilatr. Ae. Ily Hit mtx Ice thousands of
dollars mm M.ent fnr tele uraph toll lll be saveil
aiitiiiatls. and Ilir pulillc will set exai'lly what II
W.xsiiinoio.v, I) C, IVIi, :ia .John
Dough, the eminent dealer in pig's tall
whistles, accounted the richest manip
ulator of the sow's ear silk purse market,
apie,ired before tho Buncombe investi
gating committee to-day.
Mr. Dough xviis iieentiiinriled by the
(MTMins who caiiiii with him, and it was
noted that his personal friends and tho
niemliers of ,s ruhlily seemed interested
in his welfare.
Tho committee room was crowded with
society ladles und other persons having
nothing lietler to do, who listened atten
tively to tho examination and seldom
threw anything at Mr. Dough, the counsel
or the memliers of the committee
Mr. Dough sat In a chair. Just nn any
ordinary witness w.mld
Mr. Dough worn shoes, stocking,
trousers, n xvaistco.it, a coat, a scarf, a
collar and his hair.
At no tlmo in the examination did Mr
Dough curse the counsel for the com
mittee, threaten to shoot, the chairman
.or shout "Fire!" The spectators were
Mr. Dough without quibbling said he
was himself. This created a sensation in
the audience. Ho said ho lived at his
home and wotked at his placo of business.
Counsel for tho committee smiled with
satisfaction us these ndmissions wero
xvning from the master of tho sow's ear
monopoly The e.inmlnnt ion continued:
"Now, Mr. Dough, why are you anxious
to make money''"
"To keep nut of the almshouse, ir "
Counsel exch inged quick glances with
tho chairman of the committee at tilt's
"Ah! Yes, and why do you want to
keep out of tho almshouse?"
"I don't like tho kind of tnlMcco they
give to tho inmates, ir "
The tense excitement anions the com
mitteemen was evidenced by oon stifled
yawns at this characteristic answer
"Mr Dough, I wnnt to treat you kindly
"You may, sir "
At this remarkably citidid interchange
a stout man near tho (loo- took another
bite of chewing gum
"Do you not consider the acquisition
nf wealth, in tho manner and by the
means xvhich you hn- adopted, with
its consequent and Inevitable effect on
the price of pigs' feet, immoral, indecent,
indefensible and vile?"
"N'o, ir "
At this moment, and liefore the ens.i
tion muted by his answer had subsided,
Mr Dough sat still In his chair.
Of all the men, women und loafers
present he was notably the must calm
and most contained
"You don't, dnn't you'"
"No. sir "
"Why dnn't you''"
"Hocatie dnti'i. sir '
on don't still''"
"And now, Mr Dough, am ymi not
awaie that you lire u menace to civiliii
llnn.li cieatute despii-ibln In all honor
able men, bullied by decent xMunen. and
that at you t iippi.si.h the struggling
poor .-no torn lietween anxiety to pro
tect their gold xx-.tlclies and a desiro In
get their inuring cat out of llin way ol
the Mieol curs''"
"Nn, sir "
Mr Dough at this moment scorned
completely master nf himself.
"Do pigs squeal xxhen you poke I hem
with x-iiur cine. Mr. Dough'"
"'I liev do. sir "
"What, in y.iiir ..pinion, i the iilletiot
mi, Itxe nf tlie pigs in squealing under
noli ciicimist.inces, and xxhat sigtuli
Calico dn you al lach In iheir squeal'"
"Well, pigs is pigs, s- "
Counsel and Mr Dough were fencing
iinw 'I be audience innved forward in
their . half., except the stniu gum cliexx
ing gentleman near lb" i,,..i. nln. had
inadvertently ai on ,iii extra xva.l of his
glllll It !! I heme xxas muled In III- spot
eei lielnie bad such an interchange
Iss'ti x ittiesre.l l,v lln-se xx In, had never
seen niivlhing like il befme
" Dn y. mi c. till I tine tn I mast that ymiaie
a thief, a mui.leier, and thai ynii pliy
a mechanical pmu.i beside, in open xx iii.lnxv
alier pi ii'. Imk al nighl '"
"No. sn "
Mr Dough slmw.sl no sign nf exhaus
tion His manner was easy and confi
dent He had Ikiiiio well th gruelling
to winch he had Ik.ssii subjected
"dim question more, Mr Dough When
you leave tins examination room, whero
are ymi gning''"
"Away from here, sir "
Ihe answer came shaip ,m. clear,
like tbo snap of a whip. Obviously il
wus what counsel and committee had
lieen seeUmg. in iuN dramatic climax
the examination came in an end Mr.
Dough xvtilktd out ., iho room nu his
own feel, except when Im steiiiied on
llioso al tiicli'il In oilier aiialoiiiies. Your
corresiiiident judges that ho weigh
hImhiI Till Hiunis
"Tho iuvestigatinii is luljoiitniMl for the
day," announced tlm clerk to tho com
mittee, in a soft and mushy voice, ren
dered almost inaudible by tho huf1ling
teet of iho dispersing crowd
The i. mi. gum chewing gentleman took
his chair with him
The great examination xvns over
'lo I Ilk I lit foil or 'I'm: Sc. Mr I rauimt
sHi with rtrni'i W inl, " ,,n i ,,,a i,tti )
xxlirii I 1 1 1. 1 ililuk I nrver allonnl huslnrss m
Intrifere xxllli II'. Inmexer. I axold ali-iihnlfe
hllinnlniil hrraiise tliry up.el mi Mninarti.
Whrihrr a innii ililnks nr lint, ilriiiikennrss is
line nl x imr i'.itiei.ni.lrtiis opines llml xxhni a
man eels on his frri In Ilir ,r liuylil nm ert
trunk 'this sintitr-is that nld question. "When I
a linm iliuiik'' I Mil, mil time uplnlnn. The
iillirufhli nl the itixl I knmx not, the secnnil I
aid to lie a Japanese proveiti and Hie thlnl
I rlra.'ted fiein CrokriV nllllon tillvpurauril liy
Uaraiilay and farljlei nt Ilunxfll "Johnsoti";
"He Is mu diiink who from the ftnor
i an rbr asaln ami Mill drink mure;
hut ilrinik Is he xxhen down he lie
And .-annul ilrlnU again nor rlxe."
'I'liU ni lake a ilrlnk, then Ihe drink lake
a diluk, and then the ililuk takes Jon "
A man kinnxa when he has ton e, and a
man kimixs when he ha inn mui'h, hut no man
knout when he liaa fiiuuiih." ), j, sj,
l.M-ATKit, Pa., .laauaiy II.
Ihe Tnuntaln of Toulb.
Toare lie Leon xv Iryhuf lo dltrovrr the
fountain uf perptlual youth,
".Search fur a klatrMnan's Ideas on finance,"
ne aitvlsrd. ,
Hong ot th Pnttal r.gg,
Hrt IIn-hy didn't yiiu cai-kln when vou
Ser.intl !lrnvtinl' .h .,u 'es. . .
" - ...v , . tir I'.'9linun
nlll whistle when he delivers II.
MAIlV IHtXOiSKVS w.un:.
A Hard Prnlilem for Others lleslilc Hu
ll II I Oixnirs.
To TI1T IIPIIIIIIIU I'll! St'S S Xlimllg
the atorlea nf slllklm: mill nperallxes at
little Tall told lo the I 'omnil-sloticr" "f
.Mediation anil trituration for the Male of
New lrk, thul of a itirl whom I shall call
Mary Konovsky was the mot Impressive
in many ways 'Ibis joiitnr woiiiaii swore
to the follimiinr staicmeiit, rendered Into
Ktik'lieh by an interpreter.
"My inline is Mary Konovsky. I am j.
rears old. I can speak no Tintlish nor can
I read or write in that lamtuage I xxas
born in llilHslan Poland. I'liux-n been la
tlilseoimtry three years. I xxaseiiir.toycilneu
upllinei'ln the X mill I earned til a week. I live
in a room with two other itirls as poor as
mvelf Tor this room we pay l'a xxeel;
We Ret our oxxii breakfast and have dinner
al a rcslaiiranl When working we look
our lunch wuh u to the mill and ate it I here.
I send no money home beeaiie I hale none
I el ruck because my pay was loo low. I
xx jut a raise of I.', per cent and will leliirti
10 work if I net that
'this testimony of Murv Konovskv has
been published ami republished lliroiighoitl
the . ountry In coiiseiiien. e thousands
ol kind hearted people have grieved oxer
the pitiable condition of Mil- poor I'olamler
and their hearts have a. bed tor her and her
felloxv si 1 1 Iters. The more sensational pub
lications have held UP lo Ihe ciei ration of
mankind the heartless, sonlhl inaniifae.
Hirer xx ho paid such poor xxaKe-
With your permission and fhtoiigh your
i otirlesy I would like o say a lew xxoriN
directly to these symp.illietll people
Ladies ami g.'iilleini'ti, Mary lxonoiky
stand before Ihe 'ommlslotiers. llnxe
a look at her She Is a poor human creature
born ami bred in poverty and misery, un
educated, tuilraliied, stolid, stupid but pos
sessed of an Immortal soul and eager lor
the betterment of her epuiililion she
ffaiilsSnuou week and will lie h.itlslle.l with
that amount Her former .unpin) cr. u
manulaeturer xx hn has a huge laulory.
represeiillnc an ItiM'stment exceeding a
million dollar-, who is Ihe agent of the
sloekholdeis of hi company, all of whom
demand thai he run this la lory at a ptolll.
"I will pay Murv Kotioiekx it a week, and
this Is more than she is worth, hhe has no
indiiMtinl training of auv Kind All sh Is
fit for Is lo mlmt a spuming triune ami when
the delicate threads break lie the ends to
gether Her lingers are very clumsy ut
this ami she makes a great deal ot wasir.
I even have to get her a little machine lo
plate on her fingers to tie Ihe-e ends, for the
machinery is much cleverer than she
American girl of her own age In my fin -lory
are making from 0 In IM a xxcek.
I had rather pay Mary three times her
Wages if hc were nf proportionate X'nlile
to me 1 tiwittlngly 'he has mud" rue ap
pear before my lellow men a grinder down
of the poor She has injured my charac
ter ami that of my mill. I will lake her back
If she want lo come. Inn teally 1 don l
want her I want trained, educated girls
If 1 eau get i hem. There -he stands ll.-r
tervkes are lor sale at lii.tm a week '
Von have heard the despised einplover
of labor, kind ladies and gentlemen, 'ihe
seniles of .vlaiy Ixonoxsky ate for sale.
He bids Iii a week What will )ou bid.'
Win, mintiess hoiisevie, with tender e)es,
will you pay more than ta u week lor Mary'
"No," on s.i). she cannot speak I ng
li&li She is a mete . leant known nothing
or Ihe me. hanlmn of a modern kitchen. I
don't want her
bin, Mr Storekeeper, what will you
slve.' v. ou could not use her seivl.es-'
she would lint be able to stand behind your
counter and sell goods' She Is unpiepo
se-sing ami iimouth.' she i.innot speak
1 . 1 1 C 1 1 -1 1 V ud x in I is this oil sa
' I cannot affoid lo pay l a week lor girl
We p.ifs von up fora kind gentleman who.
peihaps, gushed iinlluukiiiglx i erne nu all
the rest of pin, doctors, law xers. clergx men,
politician editors, what will you bid lor
the -erviies of ,uv Iximox sky"'
si wants onlv Iii no a week lor tlod'
sake. gentlemen, don't lei the . riiel mill
et her again Take her into v.uir home.,
into )our ofll.es, into jour studies, give
hr a i luinie In the world. on ci v all
together, "Wo dmiT waul hei We have
no use for her, but make that mill man paj
her a living wage, she has our vnipalhie-.
hut )ou x .in see plainly we i.iiinot cmplo)
xnd xon oxer theic In Ihe dooi, leaniu.
against each o'her in sxx,.rt aeiord, voutu.,.
Mi. Label Agllaloraiiil Mr elloxx .loiiiu, il
ls!. . nine 1 1 1 heie imd look al Marx s,.
wants a In Ing wage Tfill )oii gixe it ,
"No," .ion snail back at me, 'xxe xx ori'l
Slxe it tn her, hut xxe will get it lor her We
will bring mankind doxxn to th level oi
Mai v Konovsky w heie -ho xx III Inn e mi e.m.il
opportnnitv m a lair . onipclition of hand.
Xml mm xon, r I iimmissnmei . v.m
ate last of all, xon who hue tn investigate
x.iur lelloxxs s,,,i. ,,,, pi,o ,. iiian and make
us ,. hu f,,r Mm , ,,t ,, (,oep .,ui o xon'
11 reallv looks as if il were up In Miiiv to
el e between Ihe nxrr and the null
U lhee a Iriie lesion in this lellei X,,
e not a ii. ill,, ii nl 111 pecriles. ,. i,,, ,. m Ml(.
to pill, k al the beam in mu hiolliei. cxe.
Is'hig blind rniiselves.' Itl:ii me
N vv mix, .l.iiiuarv I.',
The .Newark life l.lliiari.
Tn lilt I til ior i.i- Tnh Sl. -.Sir Xou havr
nari-elv. In siate of .veur criirrnits pialse, .hme
rail hisiliv in ilicsplilt of xxlliliicnr.s ami mteret
which alllinates the Mad nf ihe Nrxxark Puhlle
I xxnikil inorr ni le constantly at lil.rnr-v
fer two xrnis. xxhlie in-i.irlnc mi auiiniainl
list nf hiKiks for ilitldrrii, work vxlil.h luvolxnl
I uiii.'li ileiall.
ever eme riming llie .iniuiless limes III uhloli
I asknl fm s.vKiih'i' ill, I I meet xx ttli anx thine
hut the most pi inapt, .h.iifiil ami truly hiteiri.,,
sfrxhe and attention
Nut out) xxas mx. umk made pleasant ami ens)
hut It was elivlnii Dial one and nil, rlrh ami p,,i.
were trrateil alike and made xxili-oa.e to the
pl,SH,s.onx ,,r ii! iihrnr)
While ihe cteatist ne.lli ami gniiiiie are ilur
to Mr liana s n(7 nf .iipeilnr xxmu.-rs nf ceiir'.'
Ihe leal leasna nf the III, mix . nniahle M,,,y,(
l due lo It anlniallng splili. It he.ul
l.l'arKl'liK Win.li An.voi.ii.
Nl n.p.r, .V. J., Jantiai) 15.
a. Loier (if Old Kaxhliinr.l .Mulc.
lo TUK I'm mil op Tiik Si ,sVr. I can I help
wondering Imn penplt, .'unlit possibly cam for
llie mjnullln rrrattuns of li.iii-y and lllxhaid
Snail wh.-n they e.inlil hear Ihe olil hallails.
I max he nu eld fnj anil I pmhahly am, Inn
I weulrl isiher hear ' Kathlren Mavoinneru' or
tin- "lam Clinril llian the whole Metropolitan
llpiua Comiian) Uniititlhig vxlih Pii.tIiiI's '" hr
Clrl n( the linl.len West
nhals llie uinllir with piesriu il mu.i,-
Aie xxe in hen mi ninn- straleMfnmard expii
lon of seiitlmeiil. Fluiplv ei feith, oi nun Vlr
.-nnllniie tn have llie lilfahitla' ir.iy rreallmi
nf I) rh- w litem who aie ashameil ,i mnia. Uie
sln(iT declare an heneM rnilairut'
Who ha ever touched the hi art like Halle,
Sullivan and lliuma" Mete powri in ihe ni
laixp.K nr lltti. nu llrui Mtsic.
N'rw oixk, .lamiary I.',
"lioule" anil "lloutlnit."
lo THE I:piior opTllK.St'N -.Sir: Tvrownnl
In rummm uxa are "route" and "routing," ihl
latter meaning "prcpailng and atraiiglag routes "
"Itnutc" ueil tn he iironounr.il ns though kpelled
"runt." lint laltcrlx exen (h L .a.......,
; ' u, cx.ni pro
nounce It a though M'elle.1 "rnni " iul du they
say "rooting' I have never heaid Ihe word mi
pronounced though I know aouir very intelligent
people who me It ftcipicnlly. If they o (-,t .ny
"rooting," by what analogy du they say "mut
"'" J. I..
New Yobe, January 15.
To 1HK I'iiitor ne Tim K,,.,.,, ,, ... . ,.
discussed uursllon In Tiik Nov s i i,, u
what Is nut grammar was settled very .pilckly
u inr lanprrm oigisntiinu at tin- roiiiull of
Coiislance, When one of Hie Cardinal vennirni
lo correct the rnuiernr's l.ailn renii.i -,.
,, , . "
sum it Ixui.iautis ri mipti grainmancam
AIIIMII'O.X . CAKI4A N.
riTCHonui, January li.
'EASY TO GET TRADE
WITH SOUTH AMERICA
Hill c Ni'ulrcl (innii i ,,
01 If WOIIST
A M 1 1 1. 's
Opportunities Tlm! ill t .,M
ith tlic OptMiinu' nf ill"
T.iinted i.'tmirliH as to tiegle. i ,
South An ci lcan trade ami si up, i, , '
II tit: In some nf our trniisactlnii.
Inipnrters of the neighboring . . ti i .
were addressed to the mcin'iefs of i
Ainerlc.in Manufacturer..! Kvport ,
elation )cstenlay by ('hath-
I'liamller, c-.MInlster to Peru, form, t
a Consular agent In the Argeuiitn ,, ,
turn In llie Stale Department ot a
lllKloli. He was speaking, at a lun, v,,
in tlic looms of the .Maclilni r.v 'In
lludun Terminal lluilillm;. v,
.Mr. (.'handler Insisted Hint the ihcm
creat opportunities for cxSpiillels lav
the twenty sinter republics tn the p .ui
rather than In countries which xve boin
bard, but which don't care for si.
things as American tooth powder
'I'm- Instance," he sald,"thercls Htietne
Aytes. with a iiopiilatlon of l.inj.Sia,
1.00H elevators, ",500 apartment house
and (".Otio autninoblles. It olTers tunr,
real chances fnr trade than the larg,
cities cast of h'uoz. Ill Hill there wrr.
Issued bulldlm; penults, wlncli un
der the Arscntlne system means the
erection nf between 15.000 and nn.nau
new bultdlni's, .some of them large
npafttnent bouses comparable with tho-.
of Itlvcrsldc Hrlvc. What an oppor
tunlty for furnltiiie, bathroom fixture
nnd Hie like'
"Argentina has 7.000,000 people, and
even now $7.3:: a jcar Is bclns -"pent f"r
Xortli Atnerlcau poods by every man i
woman and child. I'oinparo this with six
cents tier capita for American coods in
China nnd $l.l".i in Japan. We cspnr
too 'many non-cotnpctllUe article, toe
much raw material and not cuotm
manufactures In which we should h,
cnmpeilni; with Kurnpe. We have evcrx
possible disadvantage In American ex
port trade. There ate no .Mnertr.it
bank", but many foreign banks, In Sotitt
America. We haxe almost no American
ships. And, worst of all. there Is a fear
fill dearth of ptoperly trained, irentle
manly salesmen. Salesmen, not peip. i -are
"iiur mania fnr 'sclcnlillc tmslne
mana'-ement' seems to Hop at the enri
nf mir slcamslilp wharves. It t- nal'
a silly system, mir sn-calleil commer. ia
education. It Is slnt-ular Imvx tin',
Spanish and Pnrtimiiese arc taimht. V
have now a trade of -t t Uii.tHiO.miii a y.,c
with Portuguese spe ihini; ciilllltrlrs v"
where can .v. in send xmir brishi i
men ,i p,,u-i I'.irtiiciies " I low man.
.".called Spinisli le it lot's fpi.il- I'
Spanish of Castile rather than III. Spit -Ish
.if I'.i'.inklyn Ib lhts-.
Atnoini Install. -ci f lniprnv-rl m n-a-jeil
I tansacl nms xxnli tli" taeut,.
Ib piildii Mr Chanillei in til t.iin .1 tb. -
if a Ulan win, .itdereil Mm dillls fi- un
I 'lilted Slat. Tie 'Inl, .it 1 1 i
mislaid the order. lli nipbe t '
some ilelay. Inf.illll.il the l.iixer n' '
mist . he, wining a I. It- I xxl .'i i"
Argentine man had tn tn.il . up
siilllclent pnslaite. Tip n tlie U.in.l-
pinmiseil fnr Ih llxiiy In a f. .1,
.Mnlitbs ill.liil b.v. iitilll Ihe Ari.-n
tine IiiixiT (III. at. lei I, s. ml Into
nrih i s tn i i i many. The t mi.-.l s ,i ' -('.instil
In linen. s- Ans vxrol. a p..'i
lloie In III.' .hill lll.ltltlf.l. I nrct ' III r
ply be was tnhl tn uiitid hi.- i n Oil
imss. "Afiil- iieaily a jcn." s.ud M
Clinndh r, "the drills Win .li'ivnec
nnd Ihe bu.v. r f.iiind lb it t In x vv.ien
What h. had nl-iler. .1. His iiesl . r.ie
I'm- $ln.(iim. went In ijeiinanv
1 1, spit,, all I hs. Hi., s n i In I said e ,
trade with Smith Ameri.a Is slovvix o
. 'leasing, alilmiiuli Snutlt Ninrri.a ev
I . 1 1 - 1 1 k i ' vx 1 1 1 nun li laM. i In I'd
Ihe Latin n publics Imimlil tinii mm imn
W'U lli .d n Is from Hie xx. n hi a
hllm-, nf Xvllll'll nlll -MV. iilll l ' lr-e
the lulled Stale. I n I r x i,,l I l i.Ml
I'lt.uniibiles ,, Snlllli .. 1 1, a I" ' l
.-ivf.dd l.is ,veai .j. -spii, 'iiip . '
pilllliilt fl Kill I'llll. ipe I '.1 11.1. I' '
tested .uu- coal ,-iinl is i.uxins " '
llioiich I, u- v. ars I ncle Sam - coal met
t)iii lit.- said tli. ie xvas im i ham-'
"We an- spcndlm; .'t-.'ii.iM"j.uiii
build ihe Panama Canal." be i-me linle
"It Will be llie puniest suit of 11. ill1'
xv In li the canal is linlslie.l n,.i t. It'
In pel a slice nf the Hade nl Chile. I'rr,,
la-ttailor and llie wisi cnai "f '
louilil i, when ili.-x ate now buxin fr.ua
KiiHipi. Thus lar Hie I mte.l smi"
cmisiilar s. t x lee lias dniie inoi. than
m.inuf.i. tut. is In ih'Velop Soti'h niii,
rn.iin: mru Auat:xri i .'
Ilesplle llie l.ncL of A inerliH n s,n
l Help II tin,
W.vsiiiMit.iN, .Ian. I.". Ti.ni,
tercsts of the Pulled Stat" s vv.t 'i ' '
An,'entllie Itcpubllc will coin in "
hi i Iter until llie American nm
marine is rcesinbllshcl, in the m
of .lolin W. Can el I, American m
to AiiTentlna. wbn called Hi H"
Uep irltnent i.i-dii.x. .Mr. C.ainti
on leave nf absence and I- sp'
ninsiMif lb., ilni" in lialtlnion b
1' iSli I
"Hurim; the last xcai.' -at.l M
(..llieli, "I s.nv but three s!i I " 1 -the
American Uai; In Hn- ! , '
lllleuns AMI'S. Nex ct tlieh s. w
diiiiii; a snlemlid luislne-s vvi'l v
lienline Itcpubllc, TIk.x an --,
pnods In the value nf abnut ' ""
ami I believe nlll' tales In Hill'
nr. abnut twice as iiiuib "
nonr itor.sX'T stop i ax m mh
mil Una Not AfTeeled -lui'
Wamiiinuton, .Ian. la.- Tin f.c 1
Senatnr limit next xxcclv will i ri-
SUKO nf his bill rcpeallm tlie pi''V 'f I'm
of tlm Panama Canal act wbn b pa1'
freo iassane lo American ships e
Kiiped In coastwise trmlo will ii 'i i,,r
thu couiso of thu Ueiiartmcnt nf a'
III Its excliiuiKo of notes xvitb real
Hritain relative) to tho protisi .timi''
tho canal lolls net mado by tlun ov
Hecretnry TCnnx nnd Chand
Anderson, counsellor nf the I' .'
incut of Stale, nllll lire oiiRlllied e i .
Iircpar.itlou nf the note e lnei- n - "f
sent in reply tn (bat of Sir .,nxid