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THE WASHINGTON TIMES SUNDAY Y SEPTEMBER 9 1906 S
l s POTATO TO TO FURNISH FURNISHPOWER FURNISHPOWER
POWER TO FARMER FARMERAlcohol FAREEAlcohol
Alcohol in the Tuber Also t tBecome to toBecome ti tiBecome <
Become Source of Heat Heatand Heatand Heatand
and Light LighLSECRETARY LightSECRETARY LightSECR
SECRETARY SECR TARY WILSONS PLANS PLANSigatiRK PLANSInveatilaUBC PLANInveetigatiag
InveatilaUBC igatiRK Producing Capacity o oSlants of ofHIanti oDlants
Slants in Generative GenerativeTo GOD6rativeEnargy GenerativeEnergy
Energy EnargyTo
To eisable MWtM w th the ftwmej te pro prHIIOe woa th thatcohoC the theakohei thalcohe
atcohoC alcohe that In a few yejurc is I to be hen lieaand beat beatand henand
and It itaht > iltt and power for him hi UM D Dpartmttnt De Department Department
partment ot Agricultura lta I has already M Mat set setat seat
at work to d dev develop vion OJ those plant whlclvlll whirl whlehm whirlr
r vlll m most eontribnt to promoting thli thlinew this thisnew thlnew
new industry In utl7 It will be no fault othis o othU at attht
tht this department if denatured alcohol ateohoproves alcoholprOYN alcohoproves
proves leas 1 ewe a boon than has been hoped hopecby hopedhy hopesby
by Its moat ardent advocate advocateDr AdvocatNDr advocateDr
Dr GaJioway chief of the tb Bureau o oIlant of ofPlant
Plant 1 > lant Industry under direction dlreetJ R of Sec Secretary Secretary Seeretard ¬
retary Wllaon II8on baa sent as scuts nts to Europe Eu Eurofte Europe
rope to study the lte big bI potato that h hgrown III IIIIown Ii Iigr0wn
grown in many sections of the continent contin continent contlnfont ¬
ent and arrange for securtoic curba < < need andtranaplantisa and andtr aadtralUlPlanUq
tr tralUlPlanUq nsplantins it to this country countryPretty COUftUTPretty countryPretty
Pretty Big ptatl PetateThis P ptatlThlc tat tatThis
This potato has small wI value for edible adibtapurposes edl edlpllr ediblepurposes
purposes pllr let is several VerAJ time ttmfdt as largeas large laoftIts Iarmas
as the one commonly seen in this coun country oountr country ¬
try tr It grown too too an immense Immen yield yieldfrom 71eo1dfom yleidfrom
from an acre of ground und it is claimed claimedinougfc cIa1medlnoup chimesrnou
rnou lnoup inougfc h of them can be produced to tomake tonlake ttmake
make O3 d gallon of alcohol which whichmeans whiehmeana wh1eimeanie
means meanie light heat b t and power for or a farm farmious farm1ouseholcl fart fartnusehokt
ious 1ouseholcl hoid for a year yearThis 7earThis yearThis
This potato la s to be developed d lopcod and ac acclimated ac acclimated c cdlmated ¬
climated for the different sections oftLE of ofthe offJe
the United States aa soon iIOO aa possible possibleAfter JHMMIlbieAfter poostbieAfter
After the alcohol la taken from it the theresidue there theresidue
residue re > > idue is still usaful III < tlu1 for feeding fin < < to live livestock IInstock tve tvestock ¬
stock though not for human consump consumption COINIUmpU consumption ¬
U tion n Secretary Wilson WJI oft and Dr Gfello Calloway Gfelloway no noWAY
way anticipate that hat in a a few years it itwill itUl itwill
will Ul constitute one of the most useful usefuland ueefuland usefulend
and valuable cropsTo crops cropsTo CIOIMJTe
To Utilize Cern Stalks StalksFurther StalksFurther StalksFurther
Further than this thl the department has hasjust hasjust hasJust
just cloi clOH closed > ed up arrangements with a big bigestablishment bigt8tAb bigeatabllshment
establishment t8tAb nHMtt in the Weet for the use useof Wteof useof
of 10 10040 tons of its refuse reCUMCOn corn stalks stalkshusks ataIbhUJka atalkslucks
husks tops to and ends end of beets cobsetcto cob cobetc cobs eobIId
etc d etcto to be devoted to systematic experi experiments experlmenu experfrnents ¬
menu In thep reduction of alcohol It Itis ItIs ItIs
is well known kno n that th t there is s plenty of ofalcohol ofalcohol I Ilcohol
alcohol in all these t things thln the proposi proposition JKOIIoHItion proposition ¬
tion is to find out whether it can be betaken betaken betaken
taken out at a reasonable cost t The be belief 1KTHet belief ¬
lief of the scientist IICentiIJ iI is that by the time timeAmerican Um UmAmerJean timeAmerican
American inventive genius 1118 haa been at atwork atwork atwork
work a few years year means will be beloped de developed 4 4eloped ¬
eloped loped to give ve the world alcohol for forfuel tort1 forftiel
fuel t1 I light and > > power far cheaper than thannas thanhas
has 8 ever been dreamed before bef There is isendless 1 1fndless Isendless
endless supply J of these tbe e cheater mater materials materl materIals ¬
ials l 1s In this country and the process will willbe willbe willbe
be developed tleveJOI if it is possible possibleGrand possibleSNUB possibleSNUB
SNUB FOR VLADIMIR VLADIMIRBY VLADIMIRBY
BY ALBIONS QUEEN ijUEENGrand
Grand Duke Exiled From FromRussia FromRussia FromRussia
Russia by the Czar Not NotWan NotWantedThere NotWanted
Wan WantedThere WantedThere1ONDON Wanted ted There ThereLONDON ThereLONDON
LONDON Sept SDetore 8 Before she ah left eftland Zagand Bns Bnsland
land and to visit her daughter Queen Q Mad Matdof Madof MaMof
of Norway Queen Alexandra is said to tohave toJ13V tonave
have J13V made ma e King Kin Edward Edw rdJ give ve her the thepromise thepromise thepromise
promise that he would inform Grand QrandI OnmdImke GrandIitike
I Imke Mike Vladimir of Russia uncle of the theCzar theCzar theCzar
Czar that his presence in this tha country countryduring countryurjnlr countryturing
during urjnlr his term of banishment from fromRussia fromRusal fromRussia
Russia is not wanted and should he hecome hecome hecome
come to London he would not be reeIved re received rect ¬
ceived ct > lved at t the Enllflh court courtIn courtIn courtIn
In spite of his fear of his hi uncle the tbaCzar tMCzar theeztr
Czar a couple eoup of o weeks ago issued a dernP de dei deIr4
i Ir4 r rnP < > banishing Vladimir from Russia for forone torYear fornne
one year because Mea of his scandalous be beiivior beor bevior
iivior vior or which deities e M all description descriptionBeen deeoriptlonBeea riptiOft riptiOftnee
Been nee on Continuous Debauch Debauchmany DebauchmnT Debaucha
a many months M OUt8 the grand duke > who whois
1 is s always been the th blaek sheep he8l of theaid the theHial
11 trial aid l family bas been in a state of ofI
i I t > rmanent intoxication Intoxf t1on but nothing ntbln wastmne was wasnone as asuonp
none te restrain him until he during one onaof 018f onetd
of f his spasms pa8 forced his way WIt into the theCzars thet thetzars
t Czars zllrs private apartments ap rtments at Peterhof Peterhofand Peterhofand Peterhofand
and threatened to knock Nicholas head headoff headtc headoff
off tc because the C csar ar had refused to tomake tomake tomake
make Admiral Alexleflf the man who whowns whtwnll whowas
was responsible re tb1e for the RuasoJapansse RuasoJapanssewar
war minister mlnJ ter of Marine M rine in the Stoly Stolypln 9to1 9to1pin Stolypin
pin cabinet cabinetWhen cabinetWhen cabinetWhen
When Gen a Trapoff commander of the thePfclac thepllace thepalace
palace tried to stop hiM he was thrown thrownviolently thrownYlole1tly thrownviolently
violently to the floor by a blow from the thefist thefiEt thefist
fist of the furious grand duke who has hasthe hastht hasthe
the > strength of a giant It took the com combined OORblnecl centbined ¬
bined strength BtrM < < th of ten ofdciwer and andtoldlers andoldlers andioldlers
toldlers to overpower oftrp > 1er the drunken man mantnd m manf n nnd
tnd f nd carry him off to a cell where he hespent 1eIIPfRt heepent
spent th the nightCzarina night nightCtarina nlabtC
Czarina C arina Forced tin th Issue IssueThough IssueJ rHUIThoup
J Though UM Czar ordered everyone te tekfcp tekep tokeep
keep the affair ftalr secret the Czarina heard heardof beardor heardof
of it and she e forced er her husband to ban banish banl banish ¬
ish l h his hi uncle uncleVladimir undeYladhlr uncleladindr
Vladimir ladindr then announced announ his intention intentionf
of f > i spending s ndift < < next wmt winter r in London sup supposedly BUprosedly suprosedly ¬
rosedly to study the workings workln of the theBritish theBIUah theAt
At British Itish parliament but really because becauseh becauNltA becausehP
tA h is afraid to go to France which wblchfull la isfull lafull
full of Russian refugees any one ne of ofwhom ofwhCm ofwhcm
whCm would gldlyaacrisce siadlx Y sacrifice his b own life lifeto Lfeto lifeto
to rid the world of Vladimir Vladln r whom they theyconsider theyonslder theyconsider
consider responsible rtylpan lbie ibr the Czars Czarsfailure C Czarsfailure r rfanun
failure to grant a constitution > n to Rus Russia RWIsSa RasaIL ¬
aIL sia
SAVING THE THE INDIAN NAMES NAMESIt
It U I a good Idea fd this perpetuation perpetuationof
of r the old Indian place names which whichaccording whichaccordtn whichaccording
according accordtn < < to the Indian office of the tb In Interior Intlor Interior ¬
terior Department is 1 now the fashion fashionable fashlonablf fashionable ¬
able thin thing for hotels hot and homes The Theprevalence TbeIro Th Thpr
Iro pr prevalence > valenee of Indian names in summer summerresort summerresort summerresort
resort notices joUoCs indicates Indlcat that thore is a avery I Ivry aVery
very general appreciation of the theeuphony thetupbnny theeuphony
euphony of many of these thee words The Theprimitive The Theprimitive Theprimitive
primitive and uncontaminated Ameri American Amerlan Amerran ¬
can an Indian did not possess P IIeIIa a 8 large vo vocabulary vocabulary 0 0caBUlary ¬
cabulary and even of this a part has hasb hasbeen hasbeen
b been n lost 1o t In old Indian deals d we find Andwords findwords findWorq
words in the Massachusetts I JJ aehu elta lan language languagewhlek languagewhich uagre uagrewhich
which no one is able to translate In Inpreafervintc InpreervlnK Inpreserving
preserving those names which remain remainar remainWe remainwet
wet We ar kMptog perpetual about all that
is left l tl of t our primitive Indians Indianswell aniiit and It itcrept
well el1 W worth ° rth whlle whlleBollton ton Il Trans
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MARYLAND STATE STATEPROHIBITIONISTS STATEPROHIBITIONISTS
PROHIBITIONISTS PROHIBITIONISTSConvention
Convention to Be Held in inLaurel inLaurel inLaurel
Laurel Wednesday Next Nextto Nextt Nextto
to t Make l ake Nominations NominationsLAUREL NominationsLAURJIIL NominationsLAURZL
LAUREL Xd Sept S L The prohibi prohibition prelllhltlon prohibition ¬
tion State convention wilt be held here hersat hereat hereat
at the Academy of f Music Mu Ia on Washing Washington WasMagton ¬
ton avenue VMUe next Wednesday ednMdaY September SeptemberIt
It and will be attended atteM by persons porsenafrom POCnfrem personsfrom
from all OVer the State The T pro program JMIOgram peegram ¬
gram arranged for the occasion is s as follows fol follows follows ¬
lowsConvention lows lowsConvention lowsConvention
Convention called to order ord r at 11 a m mby 1ftby inby
by State Chairman Fmley PlnleyC C Hendrick Hendrickson HendrlekJIOII Iiendrlekson
son of Cumberland Md Prayer Address Ad Address Address ¬
dress of welcome weleo by Hen William rUlhlm Jfi JfiGilbert 1 1aUbelt F FGilbert
Gilbert mayor of Laurel Response by byGeor B7Oeorr byGeorge
Geor George e R Gorsuch chairman Baltimore Baltimoreprohibition BalttmoreprohbltJoft Baltimoreprohblton
prohibition city committee eoMlftl te Election o oconvention oconvention of ofconvention
convention officers Appointment of ofcommittees ofeonlmlttees ofcommittees
committees on credentials resolutions resolutionetc resoluUonetc resolutionsetc
etc Report of State Chairman Finley FinleyC
C Hendrickson IIen rJek on Report of Treasurer TreasurerWilliam TrtlUU1 TrtlUU1rJlUam TreasurerWilliam
William rJlUam Klenlle Report of committee committeeon comIU comIUon
on credentials Report of county chair chairman chairman chairman ¬
man and others Adjournment AdjournmentAfternoon AdjournmentAfternooD AdjournmentAfternoon
Afternoon Session SessionConvention S6HionConvention SessionConvention
Convention called to order at 2 p m mAn mAn mAn
An address addr by Mrs Irs K Noraine LAW of ofMichigan ofMlcltlgan ofMichigan
Michigan relating to womens prohibi prohibition p prohibition oblW oblW1Ion ¬
tion clubs Address Adre by Nati National mal Chair Chairman Chairman Chairman ¬
man Charles CharI It T Jones The Proper Use Useof Us Usof iN iNf
of f Alcohol paper by Hon William K KJohnson ZJohnson 1 1JobJWOn
Johnson Open conference on the situa situation sttuatleft aituatlen ¬
tion In State Stat and nation Address Acldr by Dr DrG DrG DrG
G H Mead of New York Financial FinancialElection JlllIftClalEtee1lon FinancialElection
Election of executive > committee Adj AdjJournment Ad Adjoumment Adjournment
Journment
Night Session SessionMass SeHinMaN SessionMass
Mass meeting at IM n p m Address AcWre by byDr byDr byDr
Dr G H Me Mead d of New 6W York YorkMusic YorkMulllc YorkMusic
Music will be furnished tumtto by the Laurel LaurelMilitary LaurelMlUtt Laurelsolitary
Military MlUtt Band BandAs BandAs BandAs
As Laurel several months ago voted votedagainst votedaplnJlt votedagainst
against permitting < < saloons within fthln thecity the thecity
city limits and elected elect d a full ticket ticketpledged tleketpledged ticketpledged
pledged to prohibition Hohlbltlon Its selection is isregarded I Iregarded Isregarded
regarded as unusually significant
New Variety of Alfalfa AlfalfaValuable AlfalfaValuable AlfalfaValuable
Valuable to the Farmers FarmersGovernment FarmersGovernment FarmersGovernment
Government Scientists at Work to Give Utility Utilityto Utilityto Utilityyto
to Useful Western Forage Adapted to toEastern toEastern toEastern
Eastern Climate
One Oe of UM moat laeportaat discoveries discoveriesyet discoveriesyet dtMovdyet
yet mad made by the scientists ttata of the De Department Departt Bepartmeat
partment of Agriculture A eu1ture la just an announced announced announeed ¬
nounced It is nothing less 141 than a new newvariety newarMty newvarlty
variety of al alfalfa alfa suitable autt Ie for the arid aridand aridand ariland
and semiarid Irtd plains of the plain and andmountain andmountain andmoamtatn
mountain West eat Experiments EX1 8rita conduct conducted conducted conducted ¬
ed with It thus U far Indicate that it Ittnlf is 1sgoing isgoing
going tnlf to be of inestimable value It ItKtn will willgive willgive
give utility to millions of acres e of la liana 1aMaIn lianain 4a 4aIn
In the arid country try wMch WCh without It Ucould Itewkl Itcould
could produce nothing unless u irrigated irrigatedand IrTipteclaA4I Irrisatedsad
and for which there ta no chance of se securing HeUring a acuring ¬
curing a water supply supplyThe supplyThe upplyTIM
The development of this wonderful wonderfulplant wonderfulplaat wonderfulplant
plant is I incidentally a demonstration doa tralon of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the law of natural selection and sur survival 8U 8Uvtva1 survival ¬
vival of the Jlttaat On the borders of ofcertain ofeerWR f fcertain
certain arid regions recto in New Ne Mexico the thealfalfa tbealfalea thealfalfa
alfalfa had developed a disposition dl po ltlon to towork towork towork
work Us way out Into the desert far farther tartb farthec ¬
ther tb r and farther away from the water wateradapting wt wtadaptlntr wateradapting
adapting itself to the conditions < Oft ttlon it met metIt metIt metIt
It worked its way up the mountain sidesand sides gideaand sWMand
and out into the th desert de rt area arcs developing developinga dev Joptnit Joptnita
a system tltem of deepreaching roots and a afoliage afoUge afoliage
foliage that preserved reetved awry e ry ryunit possible possibleunit possibleunit
unit 1 of moisture motetvreThe JftOIeltreThe moistureThe
The scientists realized teat at this dry dryland dryland dryland
land plant was structurally and essen essentially e een eent1a1IY eentialiy ¬
tially different from the ordinary alfalfa
Heretofore Heretot ffl in their eltort ff rt to o adapt iK this thisuseful tbl8UMul thisuseful
useful forage tora plant to arid countries countriesthe COl COlOle countrlaethe
the scientists have takea take 1 seed ed from tloca the thewellwatered theweilwatMed thewellwatered
wellwatered regions and tried to make makeIt makeIt makeit
It grow w In the desert t It naturally tttraMy fail Palled failed taUCow ¬
ed Now Cow they are gathering ertJt the seeof see MfSof seaof
of the desert alfalfa studying Its hablta habltalearning habltaMamta habitslearning
Mamta learning how to transplant uplaat and andstrengthen andIItrengthen andstrengthen
strengthen It and are already ahead eM f assured assuredthat aaundthat
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that the u effort will be of f great value valueAlfalfa vah vahAltalt valueAlfalfa
Alfalfa is doatNMd 4 to be one of the themost tbeMe theMoot
most Me t valuable crops In the country Last Lastvear Lutnr LastYear
Year for instance the th Department or orAgriculture orAJrrleWtllre l
Agriculture assisted the railroad 8 and andlocal aat4Joeal andlocal
local authorities in Virginia YIr in running runningan
an alfalfa train through thr utrh a large sec section 8eC1Ion section
tion of the State The lIM farmers f were weregreatly Wf1egreath weregreatly
greatly interested came long distances distancesto dl ee eeto
to learn about the new plant bought bouirhtteed boU boughtseed < < ht htad
teed and ad put out much of it Ahead Aheadthey Alreaft Alreafttbey Areaththey >
they are getting results and the ex experiment e erI experimettt ¬
periment rI t has been so successful tut that the thearea thearea thearea
area is fast increasing Secretary Wil Wilson 1V11son VII VII110ft ¬
son believes it will soon be used all over overthe Oer1M overlb
the lb 1M East Ea t and be as a much relied upon aa aaIt A8It asIt
It to in the West WeeCAMBITION WMtAMBITION WestAMBITION
AMBITION OF SOME YEllRathn MENRather MEN MENRather
Rather than make an effort to reachUte reachthe reach reachis
Ute is top some men prefer to remain atthe atthe at atte
the te bottom for the purpose of helpingpull helpingpull helping helpingpull
pull others downlexlcan down Mexican Herald
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successful Jo raising venae YNNM aa they theywere theyw theywere
w were in sinking them They saved ve4 most mostof 1D08tof moatof
of the Russian ships abandoned at PortArthur Port PortArthur PortArlbur
Arthur and D4I also lifted the Vartag V from fromthe froaLthe fromthe
the mud at the bottom of Chemulpo Chemulpoharbor Chemulpoharbor Chemulpoharbor
harbor Their last feat In this lb direc direction direction direction ¬
tion was the salvage P of Admiral Admiralbattleship Togos Togosbattleship Togosbattleahip
battleship Mlkasa which was sunk by byan byan
an 11 explosion explo joa last fall oft the naval sta station Ittalion ataLion ¬
lion at Sasebo As a r result eult of ofwrecking ofwreekln ofwrecking
wreekln wrecking < < oJeraUo operations carried on tins theuntie C Canea i iaaeae
untie anea have ha added a number of quite quitegood quteIJOOd quitegood
good battle ships ahl to the th ther r naval list at atthe atthe atLbe
the expense eX of the Russians As we reuurbber re renvember remember
member the itgures Japan secured lMur tour fourbattle tourHttN tourbattI
battle ships hl two cruisers cruil Ns two gun gunboats IfUftboats gunboats ¬
boats and one destroyer representing representinga repr ntln ntlna
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