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AN ASSEMBLY ASSEMBLYPeremptory
Peremptory Demand Made on Czar CzarBy CzarBy CzarBy
i By Russian PeopleCIVIL People PeopleCIVIL PeopleCIVIL
CIVIL WAR THREATENED THREATENEDRussian
Russian Autocrat is Told in PlainBlunt Plain PlainBlunt PlainBlunt
Blunt Language Not to Delay DelayIssuing DelayIssuing DelayIssuing
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A St Petersburg dispatch says The Thevoice Thevoice Thevolco
voice of the delegates of the zomst zomstTOS zomstvos zomstvos
vos and tho municipalities demanding demandingin
in no uncertain tono tho Immediate Immediateconvocation immedlatoconyocatlon immodlatcconvocation
convocation of o a national assembly assemblyto
to pass upon the question of peace peaceor
or war to heal Internal strife and andto andto andto
to unite the people for tho rejuvena rejuvenation rejuvenatlon ref uvena uvenation ¬
tion of Russia will bo heard In the theAddress theaddress theaddress
Address adopted by the allRussian allRussianzemstvo ullRusslanzemstvo all Russlan Russlanzemstvo
zemstvo congress at Moscow which whicha
a deputation headed by Count Hay Hayden Hayden Hayden
den and M Shlpoff is bringing topresent to topresent topresent
present to the emperor The docui4 docu document ¬
i4 ment bids fair to become historic The Thecustomary Tbecustomary Thecustomary
customary phrases of respect at the theopening theopening theopening
opening and closing are omitted and andit andit andft
it is otherwise unceremonious em cmploylng employing omploylng ¬
ploylng the direct personal pronoun pronounTho pronounThe pronounThe
The address arraigns the bureauc bureaucracy bureaucracy bureaucracy ¬
racy and reminds tho emperor that thathis thathis thathis
his pledge to convoke a national as assembly assembly assembly ¬
sembly is slow of fulfillment It Baysthe gays gaystho nyathe
the country is on the verge of civil civilwar clvJ1war civilwar
war and even ventures to criticize a aroyal aroal aroyal
royal measure measureThe measureThe I IThe
The address urges the summoning summoningof
of a national assembly that t1l1 t the war warmay warmay warmay
may become national There Is s in intense Intense intense ¬
tense Interest to learn whether theemperor the theemperor theemperOr
emperor will receive the bearers of ofso ofso
so bold a message messageThe messageThe messageThe
The address is a lengthy document documentfrom documentfrom documentfrom
from which tho following are ex extracts extracts extracts ¬
tracts tractsSire tractsSire tractsSire
Sire Russia has been drawn into intoa
a disastrous war by criminal abuses abusesand abusesand abusesand
and the negligence of your counsel counsellors counsellors counsellors ¬
lors
Our army arm is powerless and our ourfleet ourfiect ourfleet
fleet has eon leen annihilated but more moremenacing moremenacing moromcnaclnJ
menacing than this extreme peril Is Istho Isthe Isthe
the prospect of n civil war waged wagedby
by your OUr people against all the vicesof vices vicesof vicesot
of a dangerous and ignorant bureauc bureaucracy burelLucrac bureaucracy ¬
racy rac
racySire
Sire before it Is too late for the thowelfare theweUare thewelfare
welfare of Russia command a convo convocation convocation convocation ¬
cation of representatives of the na nation natlon nation ¬
tion elected by equal franchise analet ana andlet analet
let these elected representatives air airclde c cride f fcllJo
ride with you OU the vital question ofwar of ofwar otwar
war or peace thus transforming tho thowar thoWar thewar
war Into a national one oneSire oneSire oneSire
Sire to < o not delay ola Great Is your yourresponsibility yourresponsibility our ourrespon4lhlllt
responsibility before God and before beforeRussia beoroRUBsla beforeRussia
Russia In this terrible hour of national nationaltrial nationaltrial nationaltrial
trial trialHORSEWHIPPING trialItORSEWtUPPING trialIiORSEWHIPPWG
HORSEWHIPPING LOADS TO TRAGLDY TRAGLDYChlplcy TRAGlOYCbipley iRAGLOYChipley
Chlplcy Physician Runs Amuck and I Killed Killedby Killedby Killedby
by Town Marshall MarshallJohn MarahallJohn MarshallJohn
John C Hardy aged about thirtyfive thirty thirtyflve thlrt thlrtfie
fie years ears a well known physician of ofChipley otChi ofChipley
Chipley Chi pIer Ga was as shot to death there thereat
1 at noon Thursday in the store of SA S SA SA
A Goodman mayor of the town by byOlln b bOlin byOlin
Olin White the marshal of Chipley ChipleyDuring ChipleyDuring ChipleyDuring
During the morning Dr Hardy had hadpublicly hadpublicly hadpublicly
publicly horsewhipped an old white whiteman whiteman whiteman
man who had offended him A case casewas caBeLQ casewas
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was W made against him At noon Dr DrHardy DrHardy DrHardy
Hardy walked Into Goodmans store storopulled storepulled storepulled
pulled out his pistol and asked tho thomayor thomayor themayor
mayor how much he was going to tofine tofino tofine
fine him himIn htmIn himIn
In the conversation he called the themayor themayor themayor
mayor a liar Marshal < SVnto was in intho Intho Inthe
tho lore and when he started to In Interfere Interlere interfere ¬
terfere Hardy began shooting Dot Dotho Dotho
3 ho and the marshal fired three shots shotsTVTien shot8When shotsWhen
When tho smoke cleared clear eel Dr Hardy Hardywas HardyWas
W was dead having been shot through throughtho
tho body and through tho bead hte htebrains ht htbrains hfabrains
brains spattering the floor floorMayor tloorlayor floorMayor
+ Mayor Goodman bad been shotthrough shot shotthrough shotthrough
through tho left arm and the bono bonoshattered bonoshattered boneshattered
shattered near tho wrist and Mar Macvial Marpjal Marml
+ vial ml White was uninjured although althoughcwo
cwo ballots had gono through heft hfcclothing heftclothing hisclothing
T clothing Dr Hardy Hard ICBVOS a wifeand wifeand wife wifeand
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NORWAY QUITSWITH QUITS QUITSWITH QillTSWITH
WITH SWEDEN SWEDENUnion
Union is Disrupted and King OscaLoses Oscar OscaiLoses OscarLoses
Loses Half o of His Domain DomainBREAK DomainBREAK DomainBREAK
BREAK EFFECTED IN PEACE PEACENorway PEACENorway FEACINorway
Norway Insisted on Separate ConsulaService Consular ConsulaiService ConsularService
Service But King Refused to Sanc Sanction Sanction ¬ I Ition
tion Measure MeasureAdvices MeasureA MeasureAdvices
Advices A vces from Christiana Norway Norwaystato Norwaystate Norwnstate
state that King I lng Oscars refusal t tsanction to tosanction tsanction <
sanction the bill passed by tho storth storthIng storthIng storthlug
Ing providing for a separate consula consulaiservice consula80rco consulaservice
service for Norway culminated Wed Wednesday Wednesday Wednesday
nesday in tho pnsago of a resolution rcsolutlotby
by the storthing declaring a disunion dlsunlorof
of Sweden and Norway and that th thking the theking thlking <
king had ceased to act as king o oNorway ot otNorway oNorway
Norway NorwayKing NorwayKing NorwayKing
King Oscar telegraphed from Stocitholm Stocit StocTcholm Stocitholm
holm emphatically protesting agalnstho agalns agnlnsttho agalnsthe
tho action of the council of stateAn state stateAn atatoAn
An address to tho king was adoptee adopteedeclaring adopteddeclarIng adopterdeclaring
declaring that no illfeeling was eti etitortalned e etcrtalned erhtertalned
tortalned against him his dynasty 01 01the or orthe mthe
the Swedish nation and asking bin binto himto
to coopeoate co In the selection of ofyoung t tyoung a ayoung
young prince of the house of Berna Bernadotto Bernadotte Bernadotto
dotto to occupy the throne of Nor Norway Norway Norway
way
Norway from today is a fully in independent Independent independent
dependent and sovereign stateThis state stateThis stateThis
This is tho text of the editorial editorialin
in tho Norwegian newspapers l1CWBpa er8 anc ancit and andIt ancIt
it reflects the spirit with which titpeople the thepeople thopeople
people of Norway accept the actlor actlorof
of the storthing when it proclaimed proclaimedKing prorlnlmcdKJng prorlalmerKing
King Oscar no longking longer lons king of Norway Nor Norway Norway
way wayAt At Its meeting Wednesday evening cvenlnpthe evenlnJthe eveningthe
the storthing adopted a proclamation proclamationto
to the Norwegian people in which Is Isgiven Isglen hgiven
given a detailed otallt > d account of the events ovcnttpreceding oentspreceding eventspreceding
preceding the passing of the resole rOHolutlon rORolutlon resoletion
tlon and In which the hope Is ex expressed expressed expressed
pressed that they will succeed in inliving Inliving itliving
living in peace pen co and on good term termwith termwith termwith
with all t and < l1d not tho least with the thtSwedish theSwedish thuSwedish
Swedish people to whom we art arclinked artlinked arelinked
linked by b BO many man natural ties tiesThe tiesThe tiesThe
The proclamation concludes as fol follows tallows follows
lows Air ofllcials civil military militarymust militarymust militarymust
must in every v > r respect yield that obedl obedlonce ohedloncc obedlonce
once which the government has the theright thorlghL theright
right toclalm according to the authorlly author authorHy authorlty
Hy transferred to It by b tho storthing storthingin
in the name of the people of Nor Norway Norway O Oway
way wayThe
The dlfipolutlon dlslolul Ion of the union hc hctween hetween between <
tween Sweden SWle n and nn Norway hn has boon boonpending Ionpending beerpending
pending for seine time and had Its Itsgrowth Itsgrowth IUgrowth
growth In tho desire which grow growstronger gre greatrollKer + l lstronger
stronger as time t passed for the CM CMtablisbmont OKtabllshment ohstablishment
tablisbmont of separate consular ays aystem 814tems systerns
tem for tho two countries countriesOne countrlusOne
One of the causes for the desire desireIn
In Sweden and Norway for sepnrntt sepnrnttconsular BeJarntoDflUl separntrt separntrtconsular
consular oDflUl r systems was the fact that thaiSweden thatSweden thatSweden
Sweden Is protectionist and Norway Norwayis NorwnIs
is for free reo trade and also because lJeC II8U ol olNorways ofNorw o1Norways
Norways Norw more extensive sea tradeand trade tradeand tradeanel
and other dlvurKetirleH of commercial commercialInterests commercialInterests commercialinterests
Interests InterestsSwedens InterestsSweden interests8wedens
Sweden Answer to Norway NorwayTho NorwayTho
Tho Norwegian coup dotat was answered an anBwered an8worcd
Bwered In Stockholm Wednesday night nightby nighthy nightby
by a great patriotic demonstration ol olloyalty orloyalty ofloyalty
loyalty to and sympathy with King KtngOscar KingOscar KingOsca
Oscar r
Europe Doesnt Like It ItA ItA ItA
A London dispatch says The rove revolution roolutlon rovelutlon ¬
lutlon in Norway though anticipated anticipatedand
and peacefully effected has come on onEurope onEurope onEurope
Europe with unexpected suddenness suddennessand
and the question que tlon Is asked with Rome RODIGanxiety Romeonxlcty someanxiety
anxiety whether It will 111 mean inter international InterJatlonal international
national complications com plica lions Had Russia Russianot nU8slanot Russianot
not been Involved In a difficult war war In Intho Intho Inthe
tho far cast It Is doubtful whether whetherNorway whetherNorway whetherNorway
Norway vould have taken the prefent pre pretent preent
ent momentous atop tol which Is not like likely IIktIy likely ¬
ly to bo regarded with th approval by byEuropean b bEuropean bEuropean
European powers powersIt ffb ffbIt
It is not thought that King Oscar Oflcarwill ORcarwill Oscarwill
will consent cons nt to a Junior unor member ofhis of ofhis ofhis
his family becoming king of Norway NorwayThis NorwaThis NorwayThis
This proposal Is I regarded as a an at attempt nttempt attempt ¬
tempt to palliate the blow to tho thoposell no deposed noposed
posed king and tho opinion of the theEnglish theEnglish theEnglish
English newspapers Is l that the sug suggestion suggestlon suggestlon ¬
gestlon is quite impracticable ImpracticableH
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speed tha Quest QuestOn OueatOn GuestOn
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flrod from the fort every day at aim aimrlflo tunrlQo sunrlgo
rlflo and aunaot A little boy who whowas whowas whowas
was visiting there did not know what whatto hat hatto
to make of the noise so ho asked askedone nskedone askedone
one day dayWhat da daWhat dayWhat
What Is that also alsoWhy aclsoWhy n lso lsoWby
Why this la sunset ho was at atevrered arewered atsavored
savored evreredWell eweredWoll savored1Yoli
Well the sun makes more noise noisegoing nolsogoing noisegoing
going down on this island t than any anywhere an anwhere anywhero ¬
where else elscEtbel Ethel Cohen In Little LittleChronicle LlttloChronicle LittloChronicle
ChronicleTho Chronicle
Tho famous Jungfrau J1n fra1 Railroad in inSwitzerland InSwitzerland inSwitzerland
Switzerland is making steady pro progress progress progross ¬
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Home Industries for Boer Women WomenThe WomenThe WomenThe
The Manchester Guardian deacrib deacribed dl > Brlbo Brlbocd
ed an attempt which whf Is being made madiIn madeIn madin
In the Orange River Colony to toad toadcertain teachcertain toneccertain
certain home Industries In ustrlS to member memberof
of Boer households Impoverished b btho by bythe btho
tho war The scheme Is directed b bMiss by byMiss bMiss
Miss Kobhouse h bhouse and supported by bycommittee i icommittee a acommlt1ce
committee in Englanu The first es espcrlment exPcrlment e eperlment
pcrlment has been be n mnde In tho small sraaltown smalltown smaltown
town of Phiilppolls where there ar arnow arenow arnow
now fourteen girls learmng the wholi wholiprocess wholoprocen wholprocess
process of weaving wool Into gnumeats gnu gnrments gtrments
ments carpets o in the first plan planfor placotor pinefor
for home use u e but afterward It 1 1hoped Is Ishoped ihoped
hoped for sale saleAs MleAs rudeAs
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dustrlcs have u better chance of sue suecess saccess ul ulss
cess ss in a country like tho Orangi OrangiRivor OronglRiver OrangRiver
River Colony tnat Is almost destltnti destltntiof
of manufactures tlmn In an imlustria imlustriacountry Inllustrlalcountry industriacountry
country The girls astonish tholteachers their theirteachcr theiteaeliori
teachers by b tho quickness with whIch whlcthey whIchthe whirlthey
they the learn nIl the processes > s by b whirlwool which whlclwool whichwool
wool is converted from tho raw inn inntorlal materlal inntonal
tonal Into tho finished article It ii iiproposed Is Isproposed 1 1proposed
proposed also to teach lacemaklns lacemaklnsfor
for which there Is said to bo a gc goo goomarket good goodI > ni nimarket <
I market and to establish OiJta llsl1 all tho In Intiustrics IntlustrlIYS Industries
tiustrics that may ho taught on a co cooperative coopcrnUo ccoperative
operative basis with cooperatlv cooperatlvcredit coopcrallocredit co operativcredit <
credit for tho purpose of buying ma machlnery machlnery machinery
chlnery tools c cThe cThe cThe
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with much eagerness Some of then thencome themcomo thencome
come to Plullppolla from outlylnjfarms outlylnj outllngarms outlyinifarms
and tin tinwork thowork thiwork
farms arms a good distance away
work whatever commercial success 1 1tnay It Itmn imay
may mn have is a welcome relief to then thenfrom thomtrom thenfrom
from the enforced idleness whlcfi l loften is isoften Is Isotten
often one of the most irksome result resultof rosultsot
of sudden poverty The scheme a apresent at atpresent apresent
present is supported by only on1 a him himdred lulDre buntired
tired re subscribers We hope this nuw autuher nuwber nuwbor
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mud and bits of straw practically tit tlusamo thosomo titsame
same as the material used for mo mobuildings mot motbuildings snobbuildings
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