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It hai ha been tho view Iew of American Btates Btatesmen statecDXCI tntel tntelmen
men I of tho hlRhent hh hllt eminence Imlnenco and nlli responsi responsibility rllpnll rllpnllbly r4pons1bilLy ¬
bilLy bly notably tho Hon lun JAMKS JAU O 1 BLAINE HIAINKand IIIAISI IIIAISIand BLAINEand
and tho Hon lon FIIKDEBICK Jm1RIlK T F FKKMSCIIIUV FKKMSCIIIUVBEN JltIISIIUY JltIISIIUYsE
BEN that tho ClaytonIlulwer Clatonlulwr Treaty Tnat was wasIOHK wnBIInK wa walong
sE of It 1t4 original validity validitythroiiKh validitythrough
long IInK ago deprived Itl Irlllnll mldly mldlythrollth
through throllth EnclandH Enlnnlll own nets ne8 of violation violationBelieving violationI3liovthg Iolaton IolatonDlevlng
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that that th t unfortunato convention Ionvlnton was waRbdle wa a abndgo abadge
badge of Amerlean weakness weaknesl these sterling sterlingpatriots ItrlhJg ItrlhJgptrlots BterlIngpatriots
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patriots dovoted tholr official ofcnl power and andenergy owlenemY andenergy
energy to giving hln to thilr thl lr conception cuncepton of tho thocnso thocaso thoenso
that should shouldcausn 8houlllcalMlt shouldCal54
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causn calMlt It to prevail proI and mnko tho Clayton ClaytonDulwer ClaytonDulwur ClaytonIhilwer
Dulwer Treaty fade fre out nlt of consideration considerationwithout conBIraton conBIratoni eons1dratlonwithout
i without n rlpploof ripple of disturbance disturbanceThe diltulhnncl diltulhnnclTheClaytonDulwer iiturIanceThe
The TheClaytonDulwer Clay tonBulwer Treaty Trlatywnl was a blunder blunderBficond hlundcrsecond hIundrcond
second cond only Hi to that which missed rl 111 putting puttingtho puttug puttugtbo tlttIugtho
tho boundary lunllarylno brnindaryllno lino between bltwcon thn Inlted InllrStntl1 InllrStntl1ali Stats Statosand Statsand
and ali Canada CAnnl at latitude lattlio f 54 > 4 40 40Suppose 40St1Pi00 0 0Huppo
Suppose Huppo however hOveer that tlt HIAINF Irsr and anr FEE FHEMNOIIUYHEN FmLISOIUYfES FEEL1NOIIIYBEN
MNOIIUYHEN LISOIUYfES had har bepii 1ln mistaken mlftnkn in their theirvlewof theirvlowof theirviowof
and that tho thoClaytonHulwer thoClnytnnUuwr thoCiaytonI3ulwr
vlewof this thllirpoltnnt Important question qll ton
ClaytonHulwer Treaty Trllty Is Iflltunly actually as ni full ful of ofllfo ofI oflife
I life Ifo as over Would American Arrllnn statesman statesmanship stntcBmnnII statcsniflflshfp ¬
II ship as tho tlmo approaches ppro lhlI fortho for tho actual actualwork nctlnl nctlnlork actualwork
work ork ofbulldlngth1 of ofbuilIigtIiiXicnriIgtla bullln tl Nicaragua Sirnrlun Canal havo havobeforo hlo hlobfor havobeforo
beforo bfor It a duty tuty more nrl plain morn 1010 posltlvo posltlvoand p08Ithand positivsand
and moro urgent ullrlt than to obtain tho thoClaytonUulwer thoClatonlulwr thuCiaytonHtilwer
ClaytonUulwer Clatonlulwr Treatys abrogation nbrogntono nbrogntonothat so sothat o othat
that tho canal rnna might rllht bo American Amorll n In Inownership Inownlrshlp inoWnPrsllIi
ownership nnd nnliin In control as a well wel as 1 a Ameri American Amlrl Amlrlan Anierlcan ¬
can an In name nameTo nameTo nanieTo
To accomplish nlcompllh this thil tho thoState State Department Departmentwould Departmont10uld DepartmentWoUld
would 10uld bo hound to strain trlin every Iery resource of ofnotional ofI ofnational
notional latonl resolution rlolutou nnd Inll Influence And Anilwhlln Andhl Andivliiln
whlln hl engaged cnn engage ellil In Its task It would bo re required requlrld requlrcd ¬
I quired to present prescn a ni ao unwavering ulwavprln a front ln lnopposition In Inopposltol inopposition
opposition opposltol to tho Construction lo 1 t IC ton Lobby Lobbyclamoring Lobbyelamorlng Lobbyclamoring
clamoring for tho building hullln of tho canal rlnnlon rlnnlonI on onnny onany
I any terms terml as I to tho British IrllBh Foreign Ofllcu Ofllcuhesitating Ont OnthlllntDg Oft1cthesitatIng
hesitating hlllntDg to yield 11111 tho advantages nh ltl 11 It had hadgained 111 111J hadJ
J gained galn d from frotnus us U In II our years yearsof enrs of feebleness feeblenessThe fefblenels fefblenelsThe feeblenessThe
The Significance Slgnl cnle of the Palace 1llc6 Revo Revolution Reo flevolution ¬
lution luton at Iekln PeklnWhen IeklnWhen IeklnWhen
When a telegram sent sentrrom from Pekln on Jan Jan2f
2f 2 > announced that thlt n boy bo nlno nin years Inrs old oldnamed oMlmned oldLamed
named lmned Ju CHUM CIUS had ha been designated nstho nstholielrtotho ns the theIieirtotho
lielrtotho 1 lr to tho throun throl of tho th Celestial llrsUnl lesUal Empire Empireand Emplrp8n EmpirantI
and 8n that tho present preelt Emperor KWANO SU Suwas I Iwas
was ag expected to abdicate In his favor con ¬ I
flicting mctnl explanations eplantons of tho Incident wore woreforthcoming wereforthoomlng woreforthcoming
forthcoming Tim Thl Chinese Minister lnl5ter at atWashington atWashington atWashington
Washington was WIS disposed to minimize tho thoimportance thoImportanco theImportance
importance of tho transaction trnscton and denied deniedthat denlld denlldthat deniedthat
that It portended pornded any anyehnnge change In the foreign foreignor forelln forellnor
or domestic domoste policy polc of his country rountr On tho thoother thoother theother
other hand despatches from Shanghai Shanghaidescribed Shanghnldescribed Shanghaib
b described the appointment Ippolntment of an In heirap heirapparent heirapparent hcirapparent ¬
parent and anr tho Intention imputed Imputlo to tim thnEmpress thoEmprc timt
t Empress Dowager of deposing dlposlng the reigning reigningsovereign rllgnlng rllgnlngaovoreln reigningsovereign
sovereign and assuming a1sumlnl the functions functons of ofRegent ofRent ofRegent
Regent Rent as a decisive dlclslo victory Ictor for tho reac reactionary rooctunary react ¬
tionary tunary t party part a victory Ictor regarded with favor favorby favr favrby favorby
by tho Manchus dwelling dlllnl In China but die dietasteful dIetaftefu dietasteful
tasteful taftefu to tho Chinese proper and nnr espe especially eBpl espedaily ¬
I daily caly to tho natives nltl of the relatively relatelenlght enlight enlightened enhightcited ¬
cited enr southern provinces prO1118 Tho latter laUlr Inter Interpretation Interpretlton InterI ¬
I F pretation pretlton of tho palace revolution rooluton turns turs out outto outto outI
I to have been tlln correct for after some lomo hesita hesitation hesia hesiaton hesitaI ¬
I has shown her herhand herhal
tion ton the Empress Dowager DOlnglr hnl
1 hand hal nnd according uccordln to a telegram telllrm pub published pub18hed puti ¬
i lished this week we k she has caused an edict edictto edictto edictI
18hed eau1el
I to be Issued ISulll rescinding tho measures me ures pre previously pre previously proviously ¬
viously taken with Wit n view I w to educational educationalreform crucatonl crucatonlreform educationalreform
reform nnd declaring that the Confucian Confucianclassics Conficlnn Conficlnnclassics Confucianclassics
classics shall fhal henceforth helceforth as of old con constitute constuto conBtituto ¬
stitute stuto tho only onl onlysutijects subjects luhjects nt the tle official ofcial ex examinations examinaton oxaminations ¬
aminaton aminations of candidates Inlllntcs for posts In tho thoChinese thoChneso theChinese
Chinese Chneso civil cl1 service serviceThat felrt felrtThat serviceThat
That tho death dlath deposition dlposlton or compulsory compulsoryabdication compulfol compulsoryabdication
abdication abicaton of f KWAXO Su St who Is still sti the thenominal thelomlnal theI
I nominal lomlnal ruler of China will wil soon son follow followtho folow folowtho followthe
I tho selection 6llecton of his successor Is probable probableenough probable4nough probableI probablecnough
enough 4nough Such nn event will wi surprise lurprl80 no nobody nob1 nobody ¬
body b1 familiar fnmilar with tho unscrupulous career careerof caroerof careerof
of the Empress Dowager 1uWUIr It Is well wel known knownthat knownthat knownthat
that THI AN A1 Is II the only Inl surviving surivllg widow wilow of oftho oftho
1 tho Emperor HIKN In Ftvo Ft who died dlmlln In 1801 1801nnd lR61Dnll 1801I
I and wns succeeded fucreltlell by h 1 his only onl ton on TuNa TUNOCHE TusoCIE TuNaCitE
CitE CIE The Chinese Minister lnlstr nt lt Washington Washingtonmust Washln Washingtonnust ton tonmust
must have been Incorrectly Inrorrlt reported Ieportell when whenho whenho whenI
I ho was Wn made mnre to say Bn that thlt Prince lrilce TtAN the thofather thefather theI
I father of tho boy 10 Ju Jt Curs CuS Ciit now mado Inlo heir heirapparent hllr hllrapparent heirapparent
apparent is n I son of HIES Ihrs Ihi Fcso JtSG That Thatfeovoreign Thattolrelll ThatI
I feovoreign tolrelll ns R wo have IflV snld lald left lef but ono onoeon on oneson
eon lon and Irlnco TIAS 1us Tt must mlst bo n I son Bn of ofKJVANO ofKYASH ofKAN
KJVANO KYASH KAN Sus Stl predecessor prellt co or tho Emperor EmperorTAOU EmpororTAOU EmperorTA0U
TAOU KAO who ascended on high In in18ro
1850 It I may In bo remembered rellmb 11 that TUNO CItE CHEwas CIE CIEwas CItEwas
was only onl five lve years Inrs old when wlll ho nominally nominallysucceeded nomlnnly nomlnnlysucceded nominallyJ
J succeeded succeded his hil father Hirx In 1hii FUNO uu and 111 that thatfor thatfor thatI
I for tho following rolowlng twelve years enr the th Govern Government UOIr Governmeat ¬
ment was WIS In the hands hUlll1 of the thl two Empresses EmpressesDowager EmpressesDowagrr EtniiressesDowager
Dowager of whom whol Tsi Ax theactualruler theactualrulerot theallnlliler theallnllilerof the actuniruier actuniruierof
of tho Middle Illdlo Kingdom Klngtlul Is II tho survivor In
1873 1873 TuNa CHE CIE attained atllntti his hil majority mnjollt and nndbegan nnlllnn andbegan
began lnn ostensibly to rule rle hut ho died tl1 with without without Ith Ithout ¬
out Issue Isslo In 1875 187 under Inllr circumstances lirllmstlnel that thatcant thntcalt thatcast
cant calt suspicion 8upldollPOI upon the present prlsent Empress EmpressDowager Erpres ErpresDowoger liiipresDowager
Dowager As A by b the law n I Chinese ChineseEmperors Chlnepe ChlnepeEmperors ChineseEmperors
Emperors heir hllr must mlst IK younger unor than thnl ho hofrom hofrom hofrom
from whom thn Inhcrltanm Inl1rltI mmo COUI TuNa TUNOCHE TvmCUE TuNaCUE
CUE CUE having haln no younger oul OtIflgrhrothers brothers hail h11 to bo bosucceeded hosuceedell b bsucceeded
succeeded suceedell by one OlO iio of the ll tii sons 811S of his fathers fathersyounger fathrrsyounler fathersyounger
younger younler brothers brothlrl Of o theso tWI brothers brothersthero Iwtherl 1ivothrsthere
thero had been live r HIES Tfxu IXI hlniM hlm hiifl4lf hiifl4lfbeing p1 > lf lfbeing
being bing tho fourth of tlniiin Ih lin tin > > sons fOI 5O7 of the thoEmperor thl theEmpevor
Emperor Empelor TAW 10 KWAXU KWSI The choice of the thoEmpresses tl theEmpresses
Empresses Powngcr 10wl tr fell f1 on the tl Infant Ilfnlt son sonof soiiof Ol
of the PrliuH Prll of hung lhung wvcnth tOlnth HIU HIl of ofTAOU nfI OfTA0V
I TAOU KWANII KSI which Infant son Eon bocamu bocamuEmperor hlnl beaiI
I Emperor m pelor under 111 the th namo of KWANO Sr Ht 4 r
L After Aftell a minority milorl iii I noril which I ch hlch ich on ni various varicuL rlol prc prctexts pntxts
texts txts was I its unusually Inl ii nusiiti ully iy protiwtcd p rot KWASO Su Suwas HI StI
i I was lS permitted ptmltlI by ly tno piwent Empress EmpressDowager Elprl iiipre
Dowager Doaler who WI after nfer tin death of her hercoregent htrcljrjent heri
i coregent cljrjent had ha i been hrll Hole 011 mistress mlstls n 1st of China Chinato Chinnt ii iiiit iiiitto
to t assumo aBSIII BSIIIi the tll sovereignty I lt No sooner soonerf 100ler
f II i I ho evince however howl 1 n determination determinationto tetrmilolol
to reorganize ror alizo the Ihl Oilneso hlll 1 system lysl1 of ofeducation ofeucatol ofeducation
education eucatol by II tin adoption n optou of Western Westernmethods WIlter VsternI
I methods methodl nail Ideal IIIIl than tll t liii n ho WOH WIU com compelled coinelIei om ompelerl ¬
pelled pelerl elIei by n revolution rlnhlllni within tho palace plinco to toInvlto to11lto
4 i Invlto 11lto the Empress JIIII S Dowager nWalel to leave 110 nor norretirement hmretremlnt herretirement
retirement retremlnt nnd al1 to ri rrHpllto 14uiperato pcrnto with wih him him In Inhis Inhis Inhis
his Imperial Impellll fuiirUoiis fllll18 This compulsory compulsoryInvitation eouipuitioryInvitation olplllory olpllloryInviaton
Invitation Inviaton wns wnl wn regarded leganllll as ni tantamount tlltnmount to toabdication toablCtun toabdication
abdication ablCtun and nlll the t thl Empress 1lprl8S Dowager now r has hashecn hOBen hasbeen
been en since in II it cho Iho wits Wil beforo hrflr KWANO Sus Susaccession Susnceelslol Susaceesioii
accession nceelslol the virtual lltlll ruler rlII of China It Itneenis I Itseems
seems leem8 however ImI1r that she shf feels Insecure InleIIO so solong 10 1010nK solong
long 10nK ns a KWANO Su Hl lives 18 and It has been beenpredicted ben bent beenpredicted
t predicted that wo would wuull soon on hear of tf his hisdeath hil
0 death deltb As a matter mater of fact flct the Emperors Emperorspoor Emperor8l
I poor pr health heath and anl alleged aleged Inability Inablt to con coniuct conuct
1 iuct uct the business buslnoss of State la I the pretext pretextT
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given for tho appointment of Ju Cntw ClUN the thenlnoycarold thonlnoyear1 thenine3teftrulii
nlnoycarold nlnoyear1 lion lon of oPrlnce Prince TUAN M the theholrapparent thoholrnppnrelt thehioiriippnrenf
holrnppnrelt holrnppnreltluw holrapparent holrapparentHow
How luw arc foreign forelin powers pwerl likely Ikel to bo boaffected 11 11Ilecte hoiaffeted
affected Ilecte by nti ni Inrlilent Ilrhlolt which apparently apparentlyconsolidates apllaront apllarontrUllllltol apparentlyconsolidates
consolidates rUllllltol tho power owor of tho Ernprena ErnprenaDowager Jmprels JmprelsIuugrr Empreiilowager
Dowager Iuugrr for ninny Dnuy yours to come lole The Thequestion Theiiiiestiot rheIIUpltolla11
question IIUpltolla11 may IHJ answered alsw rr If we notn 10tn which whichpower whichWlrllrO whichpwr
power WlrllrO are likely Iklly to bo 0 benvllto bnt ltlcl < l by tho trI trlunitih trIumph tn tntIn
unitih tIn of tho th reactionary renclunlY party iiant art In China ChinaObviously ChinaOblou ChinaObviously
Obviously Oblou I thoM Kuroponn uroonn States Btltlf which whichImvo whichhao whichhave
have already alreall combined orhlnc to dlmnnuilier dlmnnuilierChina clllelbur clllelburhlla illstieiiilJerChinae
China Chinae < hlla wu refer retr of ofeollf olcolliwe couifw to Russia IUllla Franco Froncoand Jralco Jralcoanll Francoand
victims victimspolitical victitiispolitical
their
and and lermany hrranlannot cannot denim Ictlls IctllspHltcal
political pHltcal economical rontmllnl and Anlllllar military re rrIIUr rrIIUraton regt1141r regt1141ration ener eneratlon
tho thodismembering thodilmumberlni thedleaiuniborlng
atlon aton Against n regenerated rleueratec China
dismembering dilmumberlni process rOlPI8 could bo b carried carriedno
no El further and even vcn the fragments homonts already alreadyseized alreadyseized Ireldy IreldyMllllllght
Mllllllght seized might have hlo to bo surrendered IIrroniereli On Ontho Onth Onthe
the th other hand the United Ulltc1 States StatesGreat Stat StatGreat StatesGreat
Great Britain and Japan which honestly honestlydesire hourst hourstcrlire honestlydesire
desire crlire this thl maintenance of tho open door doorwould doorwoull loOrwould
would woull have havt much to gain Inln If China should shouldfollow 8houldfolow shouldfollow
follow folow Japans Japanf example lamplo and boccmio brmf thor thoroughly thuroUlhl thornughiy ¬
oughly oUlhl reorganized rlorganllod upon European prin principles prlnelpllI princi ¬
ciples elpllI ci 1111s So HI clearly dlnrl ieari y Indeed Is l It I t for thn thnInterests thoInturrft thuinterests
Interests Inturrft of those foreign forlgl countries which whichdesire whichdlllre whichdesire
dlllre desire to Htop ItOp thin mutilation lutlaton of China that thattho thuttho thatthe
tho Chlncpn ChIIINt party partof of progressnnd prolrelnnllts Its friends friendsIn frllnlil frllnlilIn
In the Imperial Imprill family famiy should not bo annihi annihilated nnnlhllatld annihilated ¬
lated latld that thlt tho Mikado fkldo Is said to have tvo been beenurgod beln belnurg beenurged
urged urg by b Chinese reformers refOrmlrB to Interpose Interposethrough Intlrp08 Intlrp08tlrough interposethrough
through tlrough diplomatic elplumatlo channels chlnnel In behalf of oftho oftho oftho
tho unfortunate unfortunte KwASoSu IWASG Su Tho fact that thattho thattho thatthe
tho Chinese Chlnt Emperors Jmporors appointment nppolntnent of an anheir anhtlr anheir
heir htlr has not yet et been ben succeeded succeClld by b nn nnannouncement nnannounremrnt anannouncement
announcement of his hil death delth maybe moyb possibly possiblyduo possLI possLIdue possLblyduo
duo to the thl Mikados lkaros Intercession IntercessionThere Irterciselon IrterciselonThelo intercessionThere
There Thelo Is reason to apprehend that the thopalaco thl thlpa thepalace
palace pa e revolution re luton at Pokln which has hl put putan putan putan
an end to tho prospect of stimulating stimulatingchanges Itmulntlng ItmulntlngchanI stimulatingchanges
changes chanI In Chinese educational rduatonal methods methodsmay 01thOl8 01thOl8ia nietiiotleIllay
may ia provo unfavorable unrorblo to tho railway railwayprojects rlwl rlwlllroJltl1 raiiwayProjects
projects llroJltl1 to which European uloplnn and American Americancapitalists Amlrlcln AmlrlclnIapllllts Americaticapitalists
capitalists Iapllllts have of If Jato tate given n good oor dent denlof cenl cenlof dentof
of attention attntltn Meanwhile rennwhll however wo learn learnby Ilarn IlarnI learnhiya
by I hiya a I telegram tlltgram from Pekln Pfkln dated IItlll Feb JIh 12 12that 12thft 12that
that thft owing perhaps Ilerhnpl to Japans Inlns Interven Intervention Interenton Intervcntion ¬
tion ton tho Emperor Elplror KWANO KWA1O Su Is not nt yet yetdead yetIlead Pt PtIIMd
dead but will 1 on Fob in 1 go 0 through tho thoform thoform theform
form of holding hntling a diplomatic dlplomltc reception receptionAn rcellton rcelltonAn
An Extraordinary txtrnordlnary Legacy From the theWilson theWlsol theWilson
Wilson Wlsol Revenue Rrelue Revenuelisre Act ActHere ct ctHr
Here Is n story sto of the nullification nulncaton of law lawby lawhy lawby
by tho Executive EXlutho Department Dfpatment of tho United UnitedStates UnltpdHttls UnitedStates
States Httls Government GOIermelt and 11 < of consequent consequentwrong cOn consequentwrong lqulnt lqulntwrong
citizens which whichwo whichvo whichwe
wrong to many mnn American rltzens
wo vo believe beleo to bo without wlthlut parallel paralel In the therecord thorlcorll therecord
record rlcorll of legislation legl llton Tho case has all 11 the theelements theelemeltB theelements
elements elemeltB of public publc Interest InterestWhen IntereAtWhen InterestWhen
When tho thoWilsorillevenuebiit Wilson Wison Rovenueblll Rovenle bi of 1894 was wasenacted wasenacted va vaenactell
enacted in the the second conr torm of President PresidentCLEVELAND lrtAhlentCLRVrLANI PresidentCLEvErAND
CLEVELAND CLRVrLANI Mr Ir CAHMSLH CAJLISIE was a8 the Secre Secretary S Secretory lr lrtar ¬
tory tar of the Treasury Trel lry Tho Wilson Wison bill bi raised raisedtho railoll railolltho raisoilthe
tho beverage herago tax on alcohol from ninety ninetycents nlnet nlnetcents ninetycents
cents a I proof gallon Illon to f 110 110 1 10 The increase Increasnwas Increal Increalwas increasewas
was advocated Irat d and enacted as a revenue revenuemeasure reenuomrlure revenuemeasure
measure measureHut mrlure mrlurelut measureBut
Hut lut alcohol not only enters tho crsoph crsophagus asophagus < soph sophals
als agus as a beverage It also enters enterl as a araw araw araw
raw material Into tho products productl of numer numerous Dlmlr Dlmlroue mimerous ¬
ous American manufacturing manufncturllg Industries Industriesproducts Inllustrlel Inllustrlelprodurts industriesproducts
products for export as well wel ao a fordomcstlo fordomcstloconsumption for domesto domestic domesticconsumption
consumption To forco tho American
manufacturer nlanufatultr to t pay for tho
which he uses In tho arts urtl or In medicinal medicinalpreparations meilcllli meilclllipreparatoli medicinalpreparations
preparations preparatoli a beverage beergo tax tll of nine nlnohundred nilo nilohundro ninehiunilrod
hundred hundro per cent or more for that Is what whatItamountsto whatItamounts whatit
it Itamountsto amounts to was so manifestly manifesty unjust and andagainst nnllaainst andagainst
against aainst public pu lc policy plc that special provision provisionwas
was made for the legitimate legl tlate interests of oftho oftho ofthe
tho manufacturer in Section Seoton 01 of the theWilson thoWI80n theWilson
Wilson WI80n Act This section secton was wa added atdcd to the thebill thobi thebIii
bill bi during durllg its Ie passage passRo through throulh the Senate Senatoat Sento Sentolt
at lt the Instance If I we remember remfm r rightly righty of ofSenator ofSenator ofSenator
Senator HOAR of Massachusetts la8chutt It I was WIS In Inforco Inforco inforce
forco until unti July 3 18PO when Congress Congressrepealed COlgresB COlgresBreplled Congressrepealed
repealed replled It ItAn ItAor itAny
An Any manufacturer manuhdnrel finding 81dlol II ne nl7 ncsssri e ry to ni nialcohol II IIalrobolln ose osealeobol
alcohol alrobolln In the ti arta ut or In a07 nr medicinal medleilal or other like likecompound Uk likecompound
compound may InJ u UI us e the lb be time under reitulatloni reitulatlonito rellialon
to bt b priKrtbxl ptrbd by T the e secretary of the b Trenurr Tr nrT md mdon ald aldon cadon
on eatlifylnz ullrlnllb the Collector Collror Collectoraf of Internal Intrnal Revenue for forthe forthe I Itbe
the district dltrtl wherein he resides reldn or carrlei rarre on butt buttnie busttisS I IIbat
nie that he h tiu compiled tompl1 with wlb such regulation raUlatoDI and andbaauiediucb ald aldbu endbee
baauiediucb bu uld aee4 such alcohol therein Llrln and and ithlbltlng Iblbllol ibibItIu and anddelivering al saildelivering <
delivering delvrol up lp the lb itampt amp which bow that tba a tai ta hai haibeen b bbeen be bebeen
been p pill ld thereon shell Ihal be entitled InUled to t receive from fromthe trm trmIhe fromthe
the Tra Trurr ury of the tb United Unld State a rtbate or repay repayment repaTmnt repsment
ment of the lb tax ta no soWe paid paidWo paIdWo
Wo have hlo given the exact elat language of tim thnsection thl thl8ectol timsection
section 8ectol because bcaue tho surprising situation situationwhich situaton situatonwhich situationwhich
which has ensued depend depell upon the techni technical technlrl technical ¬
cal rl construction constructon of the words and an not upon uponany uponan uponany
any an question queston of equity or disputed facts factsUnder fnotsUnder factsUnder
Under this distinct distnct statutory stltutury provision provisionthis prlslonthis provisionthis
this contract cOltrct between the United Unl States StatesGovernment Statel StatesGovernment
Government Goverment and tho American Amcrllnn manufactur manufacturers mnnufaturerl ¬
ers erl the latter proceeded to buy buyali and use usosuch ueo8uch usesuch
such alcohol nlloholls as thoyneeded thoneCledln in their respec respective respecte respectivo ¬
tive te industries Inllustrlep paying temporarily temporriy as they theythought theythought theythought
thought tho nine hundred per plr cent clnt tax taxthereon taxthereon taxthereon
thereon In not a I single slnlle case Cle It In said saidwas Mil Milwas saidwas
was the price prlcl to tho consumer conumer raised on onaccount onaccomt onaccoint
account of the apparent Increase Increle in tho cost costof cus cusof costof
of alcohol On the contrary contray manufact manufacturers mnnufnctuers manufacturers ¬
urers uers reduced rerure the prices of their products productsand productsInllln productsanil
and Inllln In many lan Instances actually acully sold them themnt thfm themat
at cost relying relylll for their profit prolt upon IpOU tho thorebate timrebate
rebate rlhnto of tho alcohol tax tl which tho law lawplainly lawplainly aw awplnllly
plainly plnllly promised them themThey thomThe themThey
They The never got a cent clnt of that rebate In Insplto Inaplto Inspite
spite of tho mandatory direction dlrrcton to tho thoSecretary thoSecretnt theSecretary
Secretary of the Treasury to prepare tho thoregulations thongulatons thereguiations
regulations ngulatons under which tho tux tll tempo temporarily temporarily ¬
rarily rurl collected culectoI should Ihould ho returned to tho thomanufacturers thomanufncturrs themanufacturers
manufacturers manufncturrs Mr Ir CAKLISLE CAJLfLE refused to toexecute toelecute toexecute
execute tho law lawThe 11 lawThis
The excuse given Ien for his astonishing Mtonlshlng pol policy poiicy ¬
icy 11 of nullification nullllton was that thlt them was no nospecific noIpecne nospecific
specific Ipecne appropriation nPPloprlaton to enable tho Inter Intertmial Ilt Iltfr1 Intertrliat
tmial fr1 Revenue Relenle VitrcMi urCu to supervise properly properlytho prperly prperlytho
tho uso of alcohol In II tho arts It has been beenshown bfcn bfcnIhoWI beenshown
shown IhoWI since 11110 that thin thl pretext petext was as wholly whollywithout whol whollywithout
without wltholt Inundation lountltol The appropriations appropriationsfortlmt lprOllrlltons lprOllrlltonsforthat appropriatIonsforthiat
fortlmt y yettr ar Included Inlul111 1700000 fur sala salaries 8ln 8lnrlC sum sumrics ¬
ries rlC bceldo 8 1000000 I for miscellaneous miscellaneousexpense mlscolaneolS mlscolaneolSelpenllt iuiscoilaneouisexpenMe
expense elpenllt and ant every 01 dollar Iiolnr of tho same f1mO was wasavailable wasavailable
available aVllnblo for tho performance pelfulmnlco of tho duty dutywhich dlty dltywhleh dutywhich
which Section ttol ill 1 of tho Act of 1894 18 de devolved ileroived Ie Ievolelupol ¬
volved volelupol upon tho Secretary Stcrtnry Section Hecton 42 of oftho ofthe ofthe
the lli nlll 1eveiiuie vemie Art of if I HII 49 provided 1IIOllltlll In I ii slml slmlInr flll flllInl si liii liiimr
Inr Inl although IWH 11 > mandatory IRldntory terms for tho thoprescription tho1lserllton tueprescriPtion
prescription 1lserllton of II regulations rf IItlons to enable the thoAmerican theAuUrll1 theAuiieriean
American AuUrll1 win wine tmiUcrs lulII > to enjoy eljoy their legal legalexemption Jl legaleieinptioii al alexcmpton
exemption excmpton from flom from n tuxon tlxon I a x I lU thoalcohol theakoholuIt11 the alcohol used iisei i by bythem I bythem
them to fortify their wine Thero van no
upecille bllclll appropriation 1lCrlltlol liiti In il that thlt case nt either eitheryot Iltwr Iltwrot eitheryet
yet ot Secretary SIntnr WISDOM WISIOI promptly prompty executed executedthe ellcltltl ellcltltlthe executedthe
the law In ns If In W04 vn hU Il duty Ilut > and ali it has been beeneipiutoil h1 lnirixItI
eipiutoil xItI I Ci I Iver i r ii lnii in a > down 1IIIn I ova to the present presentday prNitIu presentiiil
day iiil Iu Mr Ir CAUUsir CIIISIr was WI aio tho llrstand Irst first 0111 and only onlySecretary ull ullSlcrtnr 0111 0111Secretary
Secretary Slcrtnr of < > f ttn tl > Treasury whoever whi ever under undertook unllr unllrtonk undirtook ¬
took to vito et to I Ii wcilou It lOl of a tax tnlll luw I enacted cMeed by bytho bvtho bythin
tho Congress Conr Constitutionally C4nstItut lsltutlully tonally Invested with withtho wltil wltilthn viththe
the power ptwr to My fn whit wh hit shall hal be 0 taxed tulllnli tulllnliWhRt and andwhat andwhat
what exempted llpt 11 from rroll taxation taxatun He le was wnf tho thollrst thoIlrst thmfirst
first Secretary Secntlrr of tho Treasury Tnnsur to setup tet UII tho thotheory thotheor thutheory
theory theor that the ultimate Iltlnto power Or of taxation taxationor tn3atun tn3atunor
or exemption XIlp1Ion Is II with thoonVer the oller oflhor charfifd Irrglll by bya
a law with the execution ellcuton of If that law lawTho lul IiiwThe
Tho real rtul reasons nnunl InlliieniIng Inlllnlll Mr Ir Cvit CvitL1HLB C CLiU Cuiatsrr
L1HLB LiU run 11 only ull 0111 bo b conjectured lunJftlrtIJ DM 11 thy thySecretary thoSecrotnry tiucSecretary
Secretary partake of the llcicely lelcel suspicion suspicionhostility SUpllluul suspieltitisllOlltIiity
hostility hostity to tin American manufacturer manufacturerwhich 1111fnlurcr 1111fnlurcrwhich UhiliIfntuirerwhich
which his hil principal prlncpal President rehlllt CMVKIASI CMVKIASIhad lIInIAsl >
had confessed conrepe In so 10 many of MA hl > messages messagesnnd lleta Irlessagissunil l lnt >
nnd nt speeches Or was It tho obvious ubluul In Inadequacy 11 a aadequacy ¬ I
adequacy ndcqua of the Wilson WI60n Act to tulll raise rcvenun rcvenunenough rennunenouKh revq revqenough
enough to meet the necessary public puhlc ex expenditures 1 oxpenditures ¬
penditures that impelled l pled Sexrotary Cut Cut41l
41l
LisiiE LArE In defiance of law and of manifest manifestright manifestrliht manifestrIght
right rliht to hold on to tho six or seven mil millions mi inillions ¬
10m lions which tho manufacturers manufncurers paid pall In in a amatter attr aijiatter
matter ttr of form In good faith under Sec Section Boetul Seetititi ¬
tion tul 01 t ii I on tho thostvongthi strength of tholr Govern Oovornments Oovor OovorIlmt Governmonts
ments Ilmt promise to return rotul them tho money moneythus monoythuR moneythins
thus paid paidThese pnll pnllf11 iiaitiflieso
These f11 10 questions Ilueston are of historical and andpsychological amIpAlhulllcallltorest andpsllIiOgiCflI
psychological pAlhulllcallltorest Interest only The Cleveland ClevelandAdministration ClovelantlAlhlll18tmtollnlJlndd ClevelandAuluuin
Administration Alhlll18tmtollnlJlndd Auluuin istration Impounded the Manufactur Manufacturers bauufnctlr ¬
ers 011 alcohol Ilrohol tux tll by a I process plOJSI for which em emhrz7lumcnt 01 011z7lulolt ciiibizzleineiit
hrz7lumcnt 1z7lulolt scarcely IcurlelleOml scorns too harsh u term termand terniiiiiii
and 111 the wronged wroled and amazail nlall manufact manufacturers manufacturer Inanufactlirers ¬
urers turned turnll naturally naturnU to tho courts COlrtl for forrelief furrlle forrelief
relief rlle A test case la9 was mado up In tho form formof forl forlof foniiiof
of n I null brought Irol ht In tho Court Curt of Claims Clalml by bytho bytho bythO
tho Messrs resr R n DUSLAP A Co the Now NowYork NowYork ew ewYork
York hatters hator8 for tho return of about IOlt
7200 paid In internal revenue taxes tRes on onalcohol onalohol Oflalcohol
alcohol alohol used tsed by them in their business of ofImtmaklng ofhit ofhatmaking
Imtmaklng hit making while whlo Section Secton 01 was 11 In force forceTho forceTho forceThin
Tho Court COlrt of If Claims found for the claimant claimanton caimant caimanton
on all al questions queston of fact a as s to the uso of tho thoolcphol thoalcphol thealephol
olcphol and all tho payment p ymont of the thl tax t8 but butdismissed butIIHrlsfNI buthisUhissNi
IIHrlsfNI dismissed tho petition Itton on tho purely tech technical technlal technical ¬
nical nlal ground grollil that because lecau81 tho rebates wore woreto woroto woreto
to bo Jo paid only onl on alcohol used tcll under underregulations underreRuiatol8 tinderreguiations
regulations reRuiatol8 to bo prescribed preHcrlhet by tho Secre Secretary S Secrotary cro crotary ¬
tary of tho Treasury tho alcohol had not notbe notrn notbivn
bivn be rn < > n BO 0 used u81d Secretary CAIIUHM CARIIAI having havingfailed hllnl havingfailed
failed ruld to prescribe regulations regullton and there therecould therecouM therecould
could bo 10 no 10 recovery recoveryThen rlver rlverThen recover recoverThen
Then the test ttBt case SO was appealed to the thoSupremo theSupromoColrt theSupreme
Supreme SupromoColrt Court Thonppollantsworo Thoappolantswere Tim repre represented repre representeel reproseated ¬
seated by b distinguished dlstnguilhed counsel among amongwhom amongwhom amongwhom
whom was tho tim Hon lon JOSEPH H I CIIOATE CIIOATETho CHOATE CIroATThe
The broader broldlr Constitutional COl8tutonal aspects of tho thofiostinn thotlrfton theqiestion
fiostinn tlrfton wero wlro ably nhl presented prefnto hut wore not nottaken nottlken nottaken
taken tlken Into consideration considertion by the Court It Itwould I ItwnuIl
would not bo I > e profitable pronlble to discuss dlecu s hero herotho heretho herotim
tho opinion by b which whllh tho Supreme SupremeCourt 8upromeCourt SupremeCount
Court by b a bare majority of one four fourJustices fourJUltlces fourJustices
Justices JUltlces dissenting rl1Rlntng held hlld that tho original originalfailure orlglnnlrllhlrl originalfailure
failure rllhlrl of If Secretary Hlrretry CAKTimEto CAlIllJt to respect respecttho reslt resltth respectthe
the th mandatory lanllntnr provision prlllon of Section Sort Ion 01 rtlconstituted 01cnnttutll 01CfiStitUtntl
constituted cnnttutll n I technical tlehnllal barexcludlng these thesemnnufacturerH tht1 tht1mnnurnturtrH thieaomanufacturers
manufacturers mnnurnturtrH from frol tho remedy rllld which Is Isequitably 1 1Cllahl isrfluiitIlhl
equitably Cllahl theirs thllrfln In the opinion of all al men mennnd nlennnll menand
and which would be 0 legally IROI theirs If the thoSecretary theSerretlr theSecretary
Secretary Serretlr had obeyed tim thf law lawA InwA lawA
A petition pettol for a rehearing rehlarlnK In the case C 6 of otROIIKKT ofRnmmT ofItilliElir
ROIIKKT DtNLAp slAr k < t Co has been blen denied deniedAnother rtllel deniedAnother
Another test cnso him hll hn been bon prepared In Inwhich Inwhllh Inwhich
which the American Arlstotypn Company Is Isto Isto Isto
to repreHent reprlnt the common lommon Interests Intercstl of nil niltho ni allthe
tho manufacturers mnnuflrturerR who ho paid tho alcohol tax taxat tnxlt taxat
at lt beverage blwlr 1 rates nnd have Ino failed falell to get gettheir glt glttllr gettheir
their tllr promised prnrIR1 rebate And to prevent pevent tho thoInterposition thoInterpoltlon theinterposition
Interposition a second IPIonll time lmo of the ghost Ihu8t of ofSecretary ofSeeretary ofSecretary
Secretary CAHLISLE nISLE shutting Ihuttnl out wronged wrongedcitizens wrongdcltlzn wrongedcItizens
citizens cltlzn from frol the remedy remlr to which th this y are arojustly arejustly re rejustlyenttld
justly justlyenttld entitled bills his have been Introduced Introducedin
in both Houses Iou 1 of Congress COlllrCR In tho Senate Senatoby Snateb Senateby
by b Senator PiAir IIJI of Connecticut Connetcut nnd In Inthe Inthl Inthe
the thl House Iouse by Representative Repr lntltve RUSSELL RUf8EIL pro providing pro providing ¬
viding llng ns follows followsThat fo1OV8 fo1OV8Tbat followsThat
That the failure falll8 of the tb Secretary 8ecretaT of the Treasury Treasuryto Trur
to prescribe Ireserb regtiUtloni rlllalon fr tp th tbe me Ul of alcohol aleobolln In the thearts Ihoaria theIris
arts and An < In medicinal redlrlnal and other otbt like lke compounds rompou04rqllre ai airequired a arequired
required rqllre < by Section 61 tt of the be Revenue nllue Act of Aug AugH AUI
2 H 1994 18 ihall Ibal not operate opeale at a a defence 4floe on the part partof panot partof
of the lb Inltrd rnld States 81a to t any inltof Ilt suit ot a alnutaturr alnutaturrDn manufacturer manufacturerunder msnufsctnrorunder
under Dn or scud ul < act brought In any nreour court of the lb United UnitedStatev Unl14 Unl14Btal UnitedS
Statev StatevIt Btal S late a aIt
BtalI It I will wi be observed obeered that thlt this measure of ofobvious ofobvlou8 ofOliOllB
obvious justice jUtce appropriates approprlaus no money Uono It Itmerely I Itmerely
merely mlro opens tho way wn to the adjudication adjudicationof ndudlcaton ndudlcatonof
of legitimate legitmate and andequitableclalmsof equitable tultable claims of Ameri American American Atnerlcan ¬
can manufacturers mnnufacturtrB in twenty tWlnty or more morebranches morebrnnrhel morebranches
branches brnnrhel of industry Industr Thoy have paid pahllnt Into Intotho Intoho
tho ho Treasury Trealury six millions mllol or so on tho thopledge thoplede thepledge
pledge of the thl statute Itatuto that the money moneyshould moneyhould moneyshould
should be returned Not ono on dollar rolor of tho thosix thosIx thesix
six millions miions was WI Intended by Congress Congressto Cngress Cngressto
to be b withheld by b the Government Governmentfrom Gernment Gernmentfrom Governmentfrom
from Its rightful rightul owner Tho money moneyis
is locked loked up In the Treasury Tn8ur solely solelyby 80lelyby solelyby
by the th technical proposition propo lton that tho thofailure thofnlure thefailure
failure fnlure of an executive eeruto officer omlor to prepare prepareregulations prlplro prlplrorejulltons prepareregulations
regulations rejulltons Is a bar to recovery rcroor It I must mustbe mustbe musthe I
be borne bore in mind that when the recent taxes taxesfor taIS taISI taISfor taxesfor
for war Wlr revenue wore Imposed by law Ilw and andfoil all allrel andfoil
foil rel so lolargll largely on these thlso same manufactur manufacturers manuIAt manuIAterB ¬
ers of proprietary articles artlles tho Government Governmenthold Goermont Goermonthold
hold that tho delay dda in issuing regulations regulationswas relulatons relulatonsV
was V no bar to the legality leRnlt of the taxes tau80r or to tothe t tothe
the practical prctcal collection colection of tho same faro It I Is 18rule a arule aruilo
rule that should work both ways waysThe waysThe waysThe
The bill bi ought olght to be reported reprter promptly promptlyand promptland
and passed pnlRetl iassoii unanimously unnnimousl Wo do notseo how howany hownn howany
any nn Senator 8nator or Representative Roprol ntaUe can c n fall fiI to tosee toll tosee
see ll tho Importance Imporance of asserting aMRertn tho prlncl prlnclpin prlnclplo prlnelpie
pin that tho taxing taing power Is with Congress Congressand ConlroBs ConlroBsnll Congressand
and nll that with Congress Cnlress and not with the theSecretary theSecretlr theSecretary
Secretary Secretlr of the th Treasury Is I tho decision decisionan declion declionlS
an lS Si to what shall Ihnl be taxed and what ox exempted oxempted oxerupted ¬
empted Nor or do we see so how any uuybonorablo uuybonorablomnn honorable honorableman
man In Congress Cngress can veto to make the theUnited thoUnltp11 theUnIted
United Unltp11 States Government tho embezzler embezzlerof mbellpr mbellprof
of llvo Ivo or six million miion dollars dolarB properly be belonging belonghl belonging ¬
longing to private citizens of tho United UnitedStates UnitedHtntfs UnitedStates
States Htntfs
Spirits Splrll Without Wihout Intelligence IntelligenceTho InteIeDce InteIeDceTho IntehhienceThe
Tho silly siy triviality trllal of the communica communications communicatons comrnunicatioris ¬
tions tons through thrugh Mrs lrs PIPER upon upn which whichProf whichProf whIchProf
Prof IlYSLOprolles IYfLOl hIYHLoi rJles relies as evidence ofa of n spiritual spiritualexistence BplrltualoxLtmCIJ spiritualexieteiicc
oxLtmCIJ existence does dol not lesson tholr value as assuch 1 1lch assuch
such proof In tho estimation e8tIIton of a corn correspondent cornsponilent ¬
spondent Ipunllent of THE Tim SUN of yesterday yeftorta It Is Isnoticeable IsloteralM isnoticeable
noticeable loteralM however that they are only ollya ollyartw a afew afew
few rtw hits among amon many failures falurls of the me medium meIlur medium ¬
dium Ilur ns confessed clnfc d by him to Identify Ilentfy In Inany II IIalY inall
any alY all way tIm tl alleged Ileged spirits by everyday everydaydetails everYllayclltnil everydaydetails
details clltnil of If tho sort Inasmuch as these thlso so socnllud socalled
called calOI communications lOnmunlnton with the other otherworld otherworll otherworld
world worll have been hlcl going oinK on now no for fifty fiftyyenrs 1t 1tenrE lift liftit
yenrs enrE It Is rather remarkable that tho thothousands thotholanlil thethoiisaniis
thousands tholanlil of if spirits consulted cOIuled have not notby nutI
by I this time tme got Iot along nlun further than such suchchildish slch slchchllllh suchchiidishi
childish chllllh methods of revealing recnlng themselves themselvesThey thcmelnl tiiomseivesrhO
They ThlY rhO have hlo mado IIO no progress In tim art Irt since sincettio slHO slHOI
ttio I 10 days of tho Fox Fo sisters Ilstols midMrs Ild rrs Il Ilrails 11 11JEIS PtlEls
rails communications communlratols to Prof Prf HYStni HYStnitiro 110
fire 110 oven In II tho lowest loelt plane of intelligence intelligenceof Intolgelco Intolgelcoof
of any Iny which wucan WI we can recall recallNothing ral recallothing
Nothing Sothlnl in tho tlo wholo volume of spiN spiritualistic spiNItuahistic ¬
itualistic Itlalstc revelations rOllntons from frm the beginning beginningIs glnnlnl
Is suggestive SUg118tO of an al au Intelligence IntelKenco superior superiorto
to mortal 10rtli knowledge or which even e eti ap approaches ill illpronIs ill illpreaches ¬
preaches pronIs that of human beings 1lngR of average averageIntellectual nvrn averageinteileettinl o oIntlllltlnl
Intellectual Intlllltlnl capacity If I Prof HVSLOPH HVSLOPHspirit I1SWI 1iysroisspiiit
spirit father rnllr could enti Im think t of no monicon moniconvlnclng 101on 101onIIII 111011 in invincilig
vlnclng IIII way wnyof yof of Identifying himself to liichon liichonthan hi his Ion Ionthln sOfl sOflt
than thln t by h I making Inkil iiiak lug Inquiries Inllrlol lnqii I nies about a olt Ills hl I i i pen penknife penkllf hellkiif
knife kllf Ills hil broken lloktl fence his hiI delinquent 1lllnqutlt taxes taxeshis tnx1hi taxeshis
his hi neighbor nllhol dog 1101 and other otht matter matel or tin tinsortJltlier tlioit
sortJltlier oit i I I tlm t Iuu deoeawd itiifa14 ii gentleman has ret ¬
rograded r Iillllltn into childishness 1IIIIhnl hI Idish liBS In II the spiritual spiritualBtnto 1111lllnl slil iltual iltualstate
state or 01 the tl HOD ln musrliaviibeen Jiuthllt en humbugged humbuggedby hIDbu II IIby
by thu medium 11lum unit nnlllll her manager managerIf tanlKlr tanlKlrI
If I I f spirits spi plrltl rlts hud IUII found r0111 foui ii I u 1 wny WI va of communi communicating eummunlcntlg coni inn aI aIciiting ¬
cating cntlg with mortal mOltall they would have con convinced conineell convmneil ¬
vinced everybody e verb iii y of ff tlm I lie ruallty 1lnlt ieall ty of limitox limitoxIftenci thol thai r ox oxltncl ii 1 1isttncti
Iftenci long Ion Mori I rfro this unloss ulloll they tile have Imvolost haolot havelost
lost In the spirit pllt world worll cvnryspark rYlpnrl of ofthi 01thn oft
thi t lie Intelligence Iltcglnet lUte1 ligence they thl had on earth eOlth eioit h Accord Accordingly ACIII ACIIIIn teiorilIngI ¬
ingly In IngI wo 0 IntuIt IIt conclude rlIlcllro olther oltlJ that Prof ProfHvuLor Ilr IlrJlH PiofIiviTO1
HvuLor JlH has hn been 111 fooled rOlICIIII by Mrs uIr rs PIPEII Plllm and andMr alil atiuiIr
Mr 1 Ir IIotxMos IOIIOS or that thnro Is II n deeailenco deeailencoof Iatello Iatelloof
of Intelligence IltfII no In the other wurld wlrlll so 10 great greatthat greatthat 11nt 11ntthlt
that thlt this Inhabitants Inhlbltnnts arc not far removed removedfrom nmot reninveulfrom
from rrol from Idiocy IdiocyIt Ilocy I
It I I t I lii remarkable lmllkub lniiii rkable too that tl t while whi hlo I In the most mosttrivial nllt nllttrllal nInBttrivial
trivial Incidents Ilchllt of thulr twl oarthly txistencH txistencHretain ulltlIH1 ezisteiiueretilill I
retain rtlil forotWHt rorllot Importance I I 11 Itl IJn In the Interest Intercutof Interllt Interlltof
of tho Hplrltri plrlt they thelxhILlt tile exhibit 110 such sleh Inter Interout InterI Intertst
out I t In their tllh life lo In tho shadowy world worldWhen worll worllWhln worhLVhen
When Whln n man mal travels trlls to a I new II and strange strangecountry etrn strangecountry o ocountry
country about which everybody Is full ful of ofcuriosity ofcurloslt ofctirmosity
curiosity ho Is Interested ratherln rather In what ho hosees holec hesees
sees lec and experiences there than in I tho
vulgar Incidents of the life lo at homo ho hI loft loftbehind 10ftbhind leftbehInd
behind bhind him If I ho communicates withhis withhisfriends with his hlsfriends hisfriends
friends or tho public plllo he tells teUsoof of o what whatIs whiptis hpt
Is happening haPn1ng to him hll In the th novel novelscenes novelsceles novelscenes
scenes sceles where he In not of what wh t ho housed hous heused
used us to oat Iat for breakfast before Lrore ho howent howcnt howent
went away But tho spirits 1lllrltl do noth nothing nothIIK nothilag ¬
lag IIK of the sort Passing Pnelln from a material materialto matrlal matrlalto
to rti PI Immaterial existence would seem seOI to tobo tob tobe
bo b a journey jourlY which would woult absorb olsurb the thethought thethought thethought
thought and nnl attention ntenton of tho traveller traeler so sothat 10 10that sothat
that being full ful of It I ho would bo 11 sure to todescribe t tdescrlho todescrIbe
describe the now lew and ali strange Itrng world wor orId to hIs litefriends hi hIsfriends
frlenls friends who remained relallell tied ted down dowl by I natural naturalconditions qaturalcouiilitlons alural aluralcorlitons
conditions ho had the ¬
corlitons whenever oppor opportunity oppurtuulty opportunity
tunity to communIcate cOllunlratn with them with wih tho thoresult thoresul theresult
result resul that by b I this time tmo from thousands of ofspiritual of8plrltlal ofspirittini
spiritual 8plrltlal communications communiatons we should shouldhave eholl eliotildhave
have a pretty pret accurate map of the spiritual spiritualworld splrltuaworld spiritualworid
world and a great mass mlss of most mOft Interesting InterestingInformation IntoCltng IntoCltngIcformaton Interestinginformation
Information Icformaton concerning concernlnlits Its Inhabitants and andthe ani anithe andthe
the manner of their lives The spirits spiritshowever spiritshowovlr spiritshowever
however howovlr precise may lay bo b their remembrance remembranceof rmembr nl nlof
of even en thn pettiest petllt details Iletnls of their thilI long longpast 101 101paRt longpast
existence do not to hove hovebeen havebeen
past earthly earthl cxlllnI lot seem hlvo hlvoeeu
been eeu enough IMu h Impressed Imprel1 hy h tho Incidents Incidentsof Incldontof
of their present prr nt existence ultlnco to refer to them themat th1 th1nt theniat
at all ni Their hIghfalutin highfalutn general ellll talk tlk about aboutIt
It tolls tols no 10 more than tho feeblest foeblelt Imagina Imaginations InlolnatOIl Imaginatlons ¬
tions tOIl among amonI them thfm might easily 18Iy have con conceived concolved cciicoived ¬
ceived before bfore they tiled tiledOf diNtOf diedOr
Of course such lueh witnesses can h have vo no nostanding nostntlnl nostanding
standing stntlnl with sensible people They The are aretoo lre lretoo aretoo
too dull dul nnd stupid Itupll to go on the witness witnessstand wltD88 wltD888tanr critnossstand
stand 8tanr The testimony trstmon which comes through throughtho throlh throlhtho throughtim
tho mediums Instead of furnishing furnishingevldencoof rurnlehlngovhlenroof furnishingovhienceof
evldencoof an Intelligent Intllglnt personal existence existencebeyond existencebeont exIstencebeyond
beyond beont the grave gr 0 tendsrathorto tfnrl rathor to convince convinceanybody con convinceanybody vince vinceanybody
anybody believing hlolnR It that tht Intelligence IntellRencp as anwo aswo aswe
wo know knw It I passes pls e away at d death ath th Mr MrHonnsox llrHODOSOS MrHoposo
Honnsox Mrs rB PITERS PlrERf manager Is a aclovor acloor aclever
clever follow folow Why does ho not teach tlh her herto herto herto
to do better betterWhy betterWl betterVliy
Why Wl Not the Welland WellandWhile Wflandl WflandlWhie VellandWiulio
While Whie the thl Hon lon Jons JOIS HAY IA was wa getting gettingfrom gettnK gettnKfrom gettingfrom
from Great Grlt Britain Irltaln all al that thlt ho asked asko why whydid wh whdid whydid
did hn not procuro tho neutralization leltralzton In Intime Intme intime
time tme of war a al us In time tmo of peace of tho thoImportant thoImportant theimportant
Important little IUlo waterway waterwaY known as the theWellnnd theIRnl theWeliand
Wellnnd IRnl Canal CanalWhy Cnnal CanalWhy
Why did ho not persuade prsuare Great Grlt Britain Drltlin to tojoin tojoin tojoIn
join with wih us in guaranteeing unlntelng that the Wei Weiland WplIlnd Welland
land Ilnd Canal shall ehal bo O open OPn to the warships of otEnglands ofEglands ofEnglands
Englands Eglands enemy enem In time of war to which whichEngland whlenEnglantlls whichEngland
England Is a party partyIt part partI
It I IB II true that the Wellnnd Weiand Canal Cnnalllin laIn ono onoscnso onoeense onesense
sense a part of Great Grlt Britains rlalns coast line lineSo Inp Inpf lineSo
So of f ours will wi tho tlioAmerlcan American Isthmlnncanalbe Isthmlnn canal canalbe b part partof pAt pAtof partof
The MoneyMaking Moth MothThe MothThe IotbThe
The hearings before the Gypsy Moth In Investigation InvOftllton Investigation ¬
vestigation vOftllton Committee of tho Mnstaehu Mnstaehusetts Mansachusetts 105achuieUs
setts ieUs Legislature Legllnluo continue contnuo to show sho that thathumor thathumor thathumorand
humor humorand nnd Ind nfrugal n mind have not departed departedfrom departedfrm departedfrom
from frm Massachusetts I gachlt8 The humorists humorlstl paid paidto pall pal palto
to exterminate Iltermlnto tho moth 10th spared It and andthemselves nndthomsoe andthemselves
themselves and 1111 diffused dlIueNI a genial light of ofcomic ofcomic ofcomic
comic opera oper over all al their thlll operations opraUons A AWoburn AWoburn AWoburn
Woburn Inspector of gypsy moths and andgypsy ondypsy andgypsy
gypsy ypsy moth destroyers destrrers testified tstned that thlt n nhearing nhearing ahearing
hearing had hlr been brln packed pack by b tho latter latr who whotake whotko whotake
take tko great reat interest Interllt In having hllng tho work workcontinued workcontinued
continued cunUnutd At this hearing henrlnl the Mayor Iaor of ofWoburn ofWoburn ofWoburn
Woburn made an Impassioned Impnselonf1 speech In Infavor Inflor infavor
favor flor of going on ifl with Ith tho work Tho Thowitness Thowitness Thewitness
witness heard htrll him say nfter the thl hearing hearingthat hlarlnH hearingthat
that he was grateful he had hld not been beenasked MonIked beennaked I
asked Iked to describe descrll a gypsy gypS moth as 1 ho could couldnot couldnot I Inot
not tell tel ono from nn elephant elephantThe eleph elephantThe nt ntTho
The Inspectors Inspctor nnd the men liked lked to tounbend t tounbend
unbend un nd Sometimes Sometme they would chase chasosquirrels chaeoequlrrels chasesquirrels
squirrels Sometimes Somotme they tho would play pinycards playcards playcards
cards cards Plenty PIIIlr Pleat of leisure for us and cf f mercy mercyto mercyt
to t tho moths seems to have hle been blen the motto mottoof mottoof
of the force One On special speclll Inspector Insp tor told toldhis toll tollhil toldhis
his hil men that a committee of the Legisla Legislature Legislature Logisiatune ¬
ture was IS coming to visit Islt the thl work So Soh Sohe
h he kept n part for exhibition exhibiton purposes purposesnot plrpo purposesnot s snot
not allowing alolng the men to clear It The com committee commltteo cornmItten ¬
mItten saw the moths and was duly dulyImpressed dulY rlulyimpressed
Impressed ImpressedA ImnrBed ImnrBedA
A South Boston witness winess who had loafed loafedaway loafedaay loafedaway
away his time tme while whlo on the work sold soldthat sall salltUt saidthitt
that tUt ono officer ofoer of high degree was wal on 01 01arlton a avacation avacatIon
vacation arlton most of the time tlnewhlch timewhich which was tho thoproper thoprupr thoproper
proper prupr spirit spiri Prying Pryllg spotters fpotters who fol followed followed followed ¬
lowed tho workmen of If the work wore worestoned wlre wlrestono worestoned
stoned stono or rocked rokod as a tho more loro classic classicphrase classlophraso clasatophrase
phrase Is In a place In Waltham tho thodestroyers thodstroYers thedestroyers
destroyers dstroYers fleeted the time tle as In tho golden goldenage goldenaRe goldenage
age drenching themselves with cider all allday ni nilday
day long Naturally Natuml theM fortunate labor laborers labr labror8 laborera ¬
ers dont want the moth destroyed destroyedThey de8tryed de8tryedThe destroyedThe
They The do work faithfully rnlthfuly at wood oo cutting cuttingsometimes cuttng cuttngsometmes cuttingsometimes
sometimes sometmes however a habit which con contributes on ontribute eontnlbutee ¬
tributes tribute curiously eurlousl to tho widening of tho thomoth thomoth themoth
moth territory a this testimony teltmon shows showsJons showsJOll showsJails
Jails JOll J 3 IUTDIN InDN of Burlington Dulnlton h t a4 d coked kd wh wbal blt l a amoth amotb amoth
moth looked look4 like lk lie wanted wanl1410 to get let tome to t put on onbla onbl onhi
bla bl Klace placll If the Ih committees commiteel men mOi would wOlld cut eu bit wool woolfor woodtor woolfor
for him hm Jour 5UociPit MAo lfl of Woburn WOblll had ba asked aokt tbe tbetame lb lbsame
tame 110 question ullou anSI al1 tbe neat 11 year 1er tile hi place plretonnd was waafound wasfound
found to be Infested InfestedThus IntatedThls lnfeetrdThus
Thus Thls the farmer gets his wood cut free freoand freeand freeand
and the destroyer dlftroor gets Its occasional occallonal labor labr to todistract todistract todistract
distract his hlf leisure lelsurf and the gypsy grp y moth Is Isplanted Isplnlte isplanted
planted plnlte cleverly cenrl y hero hlro and un thorn thornTo thomTo thioroTo
To complete tho happiness happlntts of the scene scenetho 8cenothe scenethe
the questions to bo bnk11 nsked In tho clvllservice clvllserviceexamination chlslrlce chlslrlceexamlnatun clvii service serviceexaminations
examination examlnatun Were wer given beforehand to tocandidate tocandilall tocandidates
candidate candilall for a place In the work and andformer a aformer aformer
former employee lploee said that he had been 1ln ills discharged Ils Ilschnrld illscharged ¬
charged chnrld for trying tryln to euro clro an ulcerated ulceratedtooth ulceratec ulceratedtooth
tooth with whiskey hI810 Doubtless DoutllsS It was S felt feltthat feltthat feltthat
that elder was tho only on1 justifiable jU8tlable drink In Inan Intin
an 11 occupation cupator so essentially eS8enUnl Idyllic Idlo as that thatof thatof thatof
of exterminating etermlnntn tho gypsy moth mothThe mothThe mothThe
The Hon JIM JOSKS Jo Y of Arkansas rkansal has his hisiwml blsu111 hisusual
usual u111 quartan qUltan fever of hop hopellloe hopefulnese fulnei and Is pre predicting predlctnl prodiotIn ¬
dicting dlctnl freely Th The trend of political poltlc 1 events eventsIs
Is I distinctly < 1 tnetr favoraWo to Democracy D moracr wys wyshopeful IYI Lysloreul
hopeful horetul JONES We congratulate conlrtulnte him upon uponacnulrlnE ID IDnCulrinl tiponacriihning
acnulrlnE nCulrinl that beautiful bfnutul word wrt tread treadHundreds Irentllunltredlof trendhiuntireds
Hundreds lunltredlof of manllro men lyo live In apparent happiness happlnensupon hlPIln happiness1iiI 011 011upon
upon that word It I will wi bo a comfort to Mr MrJONM MrJo MrJo4rR
JONM Jo nln In th the dark days < ar of November At the thofame thenlo thecaine
fame nlo time tme we 0 would 1011 respectfully relPcctful ink lst him to town tocon toconelier
wn conelier IJor the merit of Initiative In Itatho and refer reforendum rMorInllll referentiiini
endum Inllll It ha has helped In some cases CaOI where wherseven whee wheeeen whereeven
even trend has hn failed failedWo failedse
laled laledWI
Wo WI se understand Illerstotll that In II Imitation Imltlton of the theToi theTOIela theToteka
Toi TOIela la experiment oxperhnlt to bo m ma made da < e by b tho Rev RevMr 11evMr
Mr 11 rnrIUO Snriimv ot Gen > n Kotno 110 Downs JowLE will wi on onApril onAlrl onAiri
April Alrl l I put nt his Upringflfld PIi ld Republican IIpurf Into Intoho lutotho Intotho
tho ho hands of a syndicate ate of thinkers composed compo od
of the lion th HonIHNini
IHNini II CiiAunxRLaiN CIUILU and Ind the Ihl Hon HonVYiuuM lon lonWILUf lionVlILlAM
VYiuuM WILUf ILotn JLOY Otnmsox For on onf one week weekthenn weekthese
theM somowhat 0mlwhM militant mlt nt friend nf I man will willwrite wi willwrite
write everything In the Ih paper Iy ly till this means mennifoil meansbin
01 foil JIOWLIS JJOIUs hope hopelo to Bet rid of a few fol thousand thousandof thousandoftht <
of oftht the latter loters with wih whlih they thc choke hlai at atpresent atlront atpresent
present lront But lut ton daily < aly newspaper nwlp re each eah with withten wIthten lh lhten
ten pnBei pale as a large larle as all al New Fnsland Fnslandwould Foland Folandoull Enandwould
would oull notsuftleo not unco to hold th thf the epistolary output outputof outputof
of Mr 11 IlBiProiin lallllO alone aloneSuttnlni alonelullnll aloneMustalns
Suttnlni lullnll the Ih Mnnriu lnlnll 1nhInru Verillrt VerillrtTo erillctTo nlt nltTo
To TH TI Till EDITOR RIITOI or THE Ts Suxtir fLW Allow Alow me to toUKK 1010 tosugct
sugct UKK t t 10 all Al Ibo those e who hn wne wo wet not 0110 In accord acor with withthu wIththe lIb lIbIh
the Ih Mollncni Iolnrul vordlct tint Inl they ihoulI Iboll1 out 101 lei II the thelyrnpithy Ibeyrlahr thesyyiupathY
lyrnpithy yrlahr they Ibe feel for Ibo lit Genera Ienerl and ald hta b1 hi wlfo wlfocaune wifoc3uae Ito Ito03UO
caune Ihrm to forgot that tba there Ihr were r SSOOftoo SSOOftoowordi 200100 2OOO0words
words of testimony IlmonT liken before tore those thn twelve twrlreVP Ihd twelveCOl
wor VP COl d men and nL trna Irl rile nnil tho Ih amaje rale man read readlr ra raIe raihsse I
lr hsse than I rr Vent nl 11 ci I thl tbl this amoulI eniotitit nj < tint and anL cut ttaleuelety cutoodot tiltsuit
suit drmamlt LmauJ Ihi protrctlou Iroltol just Ihl Vieu lveu them themby IhmbJ themby
by thee Ihe meil mo at great ar1 frrroiul vrolol iTlftro rlle to th Ibm thenisetTee ni nielves
elves lelr ii well ell el at a to the lamlllri Ilmlll dependent < upon UPOUbtinr epoahr1117
1 lITiiiy opinion oDlonl a reverial rernll of thU verdict would wonldhave wooldbae wouldbase
have a very ur bad b moial mOll edecl < m n futnre fltlf lurid lur wbn whowtieii wbnwoula Wbnwoula j
woula fonalel unsIcIer 1M anlOIm sntaOnhenl of public oplulon
I whets remttrliiR rendelnllblr tbilr deculon 1elllaD liMottmo liMottmoSaw laauCloJ aorsclo1i
Saw IW aw YOU aa feb is It
X0 LOft1I UIW f > flOBBBM 1UBlnra OV TUB ruz MOre MOTKLord MOreLollobrt MOVELord
Lord Lollobrt Robarts has st lt length begun hl his op ora oratona opera operatlons r rtloni
tloni tona for the relief ralof of Klmb Klmberlr rl y In the manner manneranticipated mlnner mlnnerantcIpated manneranticipated
anticipated yesterday yeRhmllY A comprehensIve comprehon lvo turn turnIDR turnlol turnlag
antcIpated lag lol movement moympnt conim commenced nceil on Monday by bythe brtho bythus
the seizure Izur of Dekll Ieldll Drift on the lllet Jet ItUcr ItUcrwe lher lherwet ltiuerwest
we wet west t of Jacobidahl Jacobl ahl by 0 On n French Frflch whoo nnme nnmeappear nnmeaprif nnmeappars
aprif appear for th the < flint nrt time tme urn as being blnl In command commandof c0lmall1 c0lmall1of
from the regu regular regulIan ¬
of the thl mounted division formed lormpolrom rOlI rOlIIlr
Ian cavalry clVlry and mounted < Colonial contingent contingentwith contnltll contnltllwih eontingeiit4with
with wih hor horlo honso o artillery rtlrr Inn < French appears appearsto nOPMrl nOPMrlto
to hare hlo moved on Tuunday Tuuldnr from frm Dokll Iekll Drift Urlftoil Drlt Driftoil
oil 01 to Kiln Drill twmtyflvo miles mileI distant dltanton < 1lnnton
Drlt
Kil
on this Molder River Ihpr with lith w tii the thtlnlin main body of hit hitfore hi hiforcp hIsforce
fore having h vlnl Ant soot ontoneof OM of bin hlthref three brigades brlrllies to tomako tomako tomake
mako a feint at Rondoval Rlndoul Drift Drt four mIles mi wist wistol Wllt Wlltnf wstof
ol Klip Klp Drift Dril Itondeval lontevnl Drift wa was nolred lol1ed n nilsu 0alau as asalso
also adrift I a drift between It soil Inl Klip Drift Dri The Thoforce Thefore Theforce
force fore that drl crossed croled at lt tho Utter otoupled o cupld the thehill thl thlhis thehIlls
hill his hIlls north nrth of the thl Molder Itlvur Ilvr capturing capturingthree calturlD capturinthreeof
thre threeof three ot the thl Doer l3oenlaagera laagers IUlel the brigade sent enl to toItondeval toRon toItondeviii
Itondeval Ron enl Drift Drlt Is II reported to have captured capturedtwo clPturll1 clPturll1two
two < other From thIs tl description decrhton given Ilven of ofQ 01Gn ofOen
Q Gn n French movements move men Is their rapidity ap appears appara appears ¬
pears para to h huo vo taken the th Doors Ioers by b lur lurprle surprice ur urprise
price at 8 no fluhtlog nKhtoK of any consoquoncfl consoquoncflM croQlenco croQlencotm corsoJtienCaseems
seems M tm mn to have taken place and the capture elpture of ofno ofR ofso
no R many of their twlr camp fmems flme Cfl1 to Indicate that thatthe thatthe thatthe
the commando to which thoy belonged < wero weroahrent weroab wereabsent
absent ab ont In some other direction lrcUoD The Sixth In Infantry InfatrT Infantry ¬
fatrT fantry Division Dlv1Ion WAS at Waterval W hrv 1 on the north northside
JS
side 1100 of the Riot tot Illvtr Ilyr moving up In support supprt of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the cavalry and ard the Seventh DIvisIon DI IAlon was 11 at atD atJekls atPeklle
D Jekls Peklle kl Drift Drlt ready road to go IO forward 10rnrd No 0 detail detailaro detal detallare
aro rot to hand h ld of the competition CORIIIUon ot ofhese ofthese these new neworganizations neworranluthn neworganlratIone
organizations orranluthn there tere havIng h lnl b been en apparently apPIrntly a acomplete aIomplele acomplete
Iomplele complete dislocatIon dlloatlon of the old command comman < antI nnda nOI nOIlennal antIgeneral
a general lennal reorganization for or the special spcial work workJim workJUAt workjust
Jim undertaken undertakenTho
Tho trying IrrlnJ character of the marohlngl ts Il Illustrated I iilustrated ¬
lustrat lustrated d by the fAct that the first Irst day four fourofflcors fOlr fOlrorctra fouromeers
offlcors orctra and rtftythrae nrthree men had to t be tent tentbck sontbak sentback
back bak lnoxwasons Inoxwalonl to the th railway raiway prostrated prostratedby pro trattd trattdby
by h hoatflxhauitlon hoatflxhauitlonTho heat exhaotion exhaotionThe XhIUdlon XhIUdlonTho
Tho object of this new nnl movement I Is ap apparently aI aIVlntT epparentlytognin ¬
parently parentlytognin VlntT to gain Inln possession po se4 lon ot the Ihl direct road roadfrom 10111 10111from roadfrom
from JueobsJnhl Jucbsdnhl to t Klmberley so o avoiding foldlnl the thestrongly theItroalT thestrongly
strongly ItroalT fortIfIed forlnd Doer positions sltonl on the theorlglnnlly Iheorllnllr theoriginally
originally orllnllr Intended Intelded line lne of march from fromSlodder fromodler fromIloduler
Slodder odler Rlvor Rler Camp The distance Ilstanco of Klip KlipDrlff KII lII lIIDrift
Drift Dri where G Gee n French rln h ha has crossed cros od the theModder t theNodder e eIoder
Modder Ioder River to Kimberley Is about abouttwenty obouttwenty abouttwenty
twenty miles mle and Ind there therl Is no Information Inlormaton to tolead tolead tolead
lead to the belief beltf that thll the Boers Joen have hlvo any In Intrenched Intronohed intronchel
tholr tholrworks tholrorlslmmedlaloly theirworKs
trenched position poeltons on that road except
works orlslmmedlaloly Immediately round Klmberley Assum Assuming AnumInl Assumlag ¬
lag Inl that the Immediate Immedl te objective obJcclvo of Gen GenFrench OnFrench GenPrench
French Is Klmberley hero th ro Is no reason why whytho whytho whythe
tho relief relef I of that place should 8houll not be effected effectedIn elocted eloctedIn offeotedInthenextdayortwo
the Boor Gen General Oeneralls Gsaeral ¬
In Inthenextdayortwo tho next day or two unless unllM
eral eralls Is nox able ablalo to recover from tlo tl first fut surprUo surprUoand surpricoand urprl o oan
and an < has his the th force to arrest the forward forwardmarch forlard forlardmarch forwardmarch
march of the Urltlsh Drl18h column columnTho columnTho columnThe
Tho Boors that have ha1 been holding the posi position pal paltlonA pod podtions ¬
tion between letwcen tho MoJJfr River Camp and andKlmberley andIlmberley andIfimbenleynro
Klmberley Ilmberley Ifimbenleynro nro now entirely ontirelycut cut off or fromtheir fromtheircommunications trom fromtholrcommunications their theiroommunlcatons
communications oommunlcatons with lh Jaeobudnhl JaooblJahl from where wherethey whoroIher wherethey
they derived dlrlved the hulk bllk ot their supplies lupple8 and It Itthey I ifthey
they do not succeed BuotNlln In arrestIng nrlatnK Gen Oln Frenchs Frenchsadvance Frenchsadvance renchl renchladlance
advance will wi have hve to retire retre to the th westward westwardand wetwnrd wetwnrdand westwardand
and leave the Why open for a movement up uplho uplhorllwl the thorailway theraliwayline
railway rllwl raliwayline linn ln from MoJdcr rod < er River Camp Clmp to Kim Klmberley Kimberle Kimberloy ¬
berley berle Tho reported reprlor expulsIon of the loyal 10Yllln 10YlllnhabUnnts In Inhabitants inhabitants ¬
habitants from Darkly Dakly West was probably car carried cnrrled carned ¬
ned put it In vlewof 11101 the possible pssible abandonment ablndonment of ofthe 01the ofthe
the Investment of Klmberley and should RhlUlllt It bo bounable bl blunlble beunable
unable unlble to return retur Into the Free State south 8uth of ofKtmberloy 0 ofKimberioy
Ktmberloy Gen Cronies Cronjos force must fall lal back backto blck blckto backto
to the northwest nrthwe t by tho road 10 < from Radloff Rallor to toDarkly toDakly toDarkly
Darkly Dakly West We t across tho Vaul aal River RIlr or round to totha tothe tothe
the north of Klrabprloy KlmbfrloTI If the British JrlUsh mounted mountodtroop mountedtroops
troop tropa are not ahead of It ItTho ItThe itThe
The flr fIrst t Impression resulting resulln from a careful carofulxamlnatlon cnloluleamlnlton carefulexamInatIon
examInatIon eamlnlton of the situation sltu llon na I conveyed In InLord InlrI inLord
Lord lrI Robertas Robertll despatches de8oatchN Is that the Boors Doorshavo Boorsh Boorshavo
havo h e been caught at a serious eorloul disadvantage disadvantagefrom dl dvanno dvannofrom
from rota which they will wi bars hae considerable trouble troublela troubltn
la extricating oxtrlcatnllhlmeelvu themselves and that If the con condition condlton condltions ¬
dition dlton permit ptrmlt Gen French to continue contnue his hismovements h hmovements hIsmovements
that he has hasexecuted hasexecuted
movements with the same celerity Iblt bls blsexceulld
exceulld executed those of th thf the first nrl two days dlYl a lone lonestep Ion longstep I IItel
step Itel h hal ha b been en taken toward tward transferring transtorrlnl the thufield thofeld thefleid
field feld ol operations ootmtons Into tnt the Transvaal Traneal territory torrllorypropr territoryprorier territoryproper
proper propr The Thl Free State has his now boon boondefinitely beondonnlely beendefInitely
definitely donnlely Invaded at two points potntl by Gen GenFrench OenFrenh GenFrench
French Frenh and by the occupation ocupalon of 0 Zontpan ZontpanDrift Zont ZontpanDrift n nDrUt
Drift by b the troops tropR from Orange Ora nee River Rver Brldgo BrldgoCamp Drldlt DrldltCmp IlrldasoCamp
Camp Cmp The account from frm tho Dour DOtr sldo of the thoevent Iheevenll theeventa
event evenll since Monday MondlY will wi be of great Irent Interest Interestand IntereRtan Interestand
and an enable In ble a clearer cltar r judgment to be formed of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the < probable Notble results rOuls of Lord lr Iloborts flrst flrstmove nretmove Orotmove
move moveThe moveThe moveTue
The next new from Ransburg Ren8burl and ant Bterk Bterkstroom BtMkstroom Sterkstroom
stroom should brine brlnlinformaton bnin Information ot a change changeIn chanle chanleIn
In the situation at those points 101nt8 as the Fr Free FreeState r e eStato t t8t4tO
State forces lorce now across tho Orange River RIer aro arolikely aroIkel arelikely
likely to be called ou to moo north for the di difence d dInco tiefence
fence Ikel Inco of their cal own < territory terrlory especially upoclaly as a aDrltth 1 aBritish
British movement Into the southwest eOlthwest corner of ofthe ofht oftheirs
the theirs Irlflh Frei > Blat from frm the west iteemsllkely iteemsllkelyGen slem seems Ikelr IkelrOen likely likelyusa
ht ref Mlat
Gen Hullers retirement behind lehlnd tho Tugola Tugolaappears TUlola TUlolaappear rugulaappears
Illers reported reportedreconnoitring reportedrfconaoltrlniin reportedreeoiinoltning
appears complete as a his cavalry are r
appear reconnoitring rfconaoltrlniin In the Ih neighborhood of Spring SpringBeld Springeh1
Beld eh1 from whore he moved his headquarters hr dQuartersa dQuartersafew a afew afew
few 1 1 days dtr ago to Chioveley ChioveleytuK ChlovcleXUE Chievoleyia
tuK ia cuxriCTioy cuxriCTioyIndignant cuVrlCrON cuVrlCrONIlhrnant coxricnoNInillanant
Indignant Ilhrnant InquIries of n Ulitlncaltlied lltnCDlbe 1t tInutIhe4 Wom Woman Woman Woman ¬
an Produced by the h he Mollneux IClneu Trial TrialTo Trlll TrlllTo TrIalTo
To THK TnI Tn EDITOR or THE SuxSir As to toatrlbunolaver totrlbunaloer tostnibunni
atrlbunolaver stnibunni over accessible 10coalble to appeals for justice justicethe justce justceIh justIcethe
the Ih following lolowlnllnuirios Inquiries are submitted submtted with wlh the thoearnest theenrn theearnest
earnest enrn t hope that you will wi give them reopen responsive respn respnI1v8 reopenslva ¬
sive I1v8 conald conlldrAton consIderation consIderationIs ratlon ratlonIs
Is it possible If I no new trial I Is granted Iranted to toKoland t toRoland
Roland Mollneux Mlneu that the voice ot the people peoplewill pooplewi peoplewill
will wi not be raised In effective efectve protest at lt the thecarrying thl thlc thecarrying
carrying c rrylnl out of the sentence to be pronounced pronouncedon
on Friday FrMayI Frl ar arI
I I Is It possible as a Is alleged alod by certain legal legalauthorities lela lelaautborltes loa1authorities
authorities autborltes that tho enormous sums of money moneyalready moneyalread moneyalready
already expended mainly Imalnl on empirical and In Inconclusive IneoncluRlvo Inconclusive ¬
conclusive testimony tetmon brought by the prosecu prosecution prsccu prsccuton prosecutlonl ¬
tion ton I will wi become becme a potent factor to operate oporatoagainst operatoallnt operateagainst
against allnt the granting Irlntlnl of a now nol trial trialIs trIalIs
Is 1 It possible lulblo that although althoulh an In accused per person POl POl8n pernon ¬
son 8n Is not In law Ilw compelled rOIPllt < to brine witnesses witnessesto wlnuses wlnusesto
the decision decisionlargely decIsIonlargely
to prove his Innocence Innoece jurys tlclslon tlclslonarKel
largely arKel Influenced by such loh omission omls lon I will wi be beallowed bonlowe beallowed
allowed nlowe to stand 8tnn < unchallenged unchalenled by tho unl universal unleri unlvenial ¬
venial sentiment Intment for justice ju tce and for fair fairplay fairplay fairplay
play playIs playIs
Is 1 It possIble that UI t the numberltss nUDbprl alnlraclons alnlraclonsof Infractions Infractionsof
of law as I also Ilso of decency committed commltod by the theprosecution theIrOStcuton theprosecution
prosecution IrOStcuton will wi pass unscoureed unscourled alike alkl by the theprofession thoprolt8lon theprofession
prolt8lon profession and by society ut It largo largoI larlo larloI largeIs
I I Is It possible pursuant puruant of tho above Inquiry Inquirythat InQllrl InQllrlthat I Ithat
that no voice of Indignant Inllioant protest of exasper exasperated OlaI exnaperated r ratll ¬
atll ated sensibility sen lblltr will wi be raised rll ed on the part of ofwomanhood 01wmnnhoollnln ofwomnnhool
womanhood wmnnhoollnln against t tim th prosecuting pr09cuUnl attorney attorneymost IlorMya IlorMyamost attorneysmost
most unmanly and malignant malhrant nialignantattack attack IUack upon upn a awoman awman awoman
woman wman present prulnt at the recent trial trlll but blt In Inreality Inrellt Inreality
reality rellt unconnected with the case In hand ex except P PCll exceptby ¬
cept Cll ceptby > t by the tl admission n < of unsupported ul8uNorte1 evidence ovldorcoat nldcrro nldcrroat
at first ruled out but afterward alerr foisted In by bylawlem b blawle bylashece
lawlem lawle s violence And still tl pursuing Plrsllnl this thisquestion thll thllqueulon tiil tiilquestion
question Is U possible lo llble that thlt women wpm en through ithroulh ithroulhIhelr Uhrouchtheir throughtholr
their silence lenc on the subject lubjsc will wl allow alow tho thoprecedent thopreredent theprecedent
precedent to creep creel In by which any Iny ono of their tholrnumbermay theirnumber theIrnumber
numbermay number mayalany may at any time tme become the thl power powerloss lOIer lOIer10ls lowerlaos
loss target taaot for such calumnious cliurnious utterances H Hmayaeera BS BSm asmaysesin
mayaeera m y leem to 108eno serve host the purpose ofa of a banal banaloratory haMIora banaloratory
oratory ora lory that know not ot oven en the namo ot otchlvalrr otchlvlrr ofchivalry
chivalry chlvlrr Is I It possible that theta a linn Hln of treatment treatmentand trlalmnt trlalmntnnd treatmentand
and language JanKUalO which ordinarily ortHnarly the Court Courtwould Conrlwoul Courtwould
would < not oermlt to be usid ul1 In the case rn e of a aknown aknown aknown
known courtesan may pa PMS imretuked when
tho sufferer IItcrcr Miidfloplr I Is I a doplr deeply afflicted woman
whoso life 1t and nd conduct con < lct the he Court has hn repeated repeatedly rOleatell rOleatellIy ¬
do doIt Io IcIs
ly amerted It his h nothing to
It 1 it jfposeibb jfposeibbw pan lJ 111 iI iISIW IV IVNKW
NKW SIW w YORK YOI os Feb eb 13 1 1To T TTo TTo
To rut TUe EntTon EITOI or Tn Tnl ButtSin Bu Sir The Theperfect Theprleot Theperfect
perfect prleot Impartiality Implrtalty with wlh which Tim flK ttrx pub publishes IbIlho nib niblichos ¬
lishes Ilho comments rOlmenls on the extraordinary oxlrorlnry Moll Mollneux Mallneuxcass 101 ¬
minds free from fromtho fmlotho fromthe
neux neuxcass case help to keep keellln many
tho confuted conlueet condition ton < lton som SOI < 9 nro 110 In who ho forget forgetthe foretthe forgetthe
the simple fact that Ihlt no direct dlre t evidence bus haabe hal busbeen
be bnln been n brought broulht against 8nllt tho accused nccu et Everything Everythingoffered EIprthlnl EIprthlnloIered EverythIngoffered
offered oIered by thu th prosecution procuton begs lel a question questionapd rueationned ue lon lonud
ned curiously lrlu9Ir Indeed In < I not the nilimportnnt nilimportnntquestion nlllmprlt nlllmprltIllratln nilimportytitlilCItlOn
Did Mollneux wrilocertnln wriio certain wrl vordnon vordnona
question Illratln il lolnrl IHic ctrllin on ona ona
a certain Pleco of wrapping nnppll paper lt PI r bin 1 Did DidJlidlnoux Jjt h hlulneux ItIoilneUx >
Jlidlnoux lulneux do 10 nome omt or nil 11 tiI nt several sseraIotlierthInge sseraIotlierthIngethat lor1 other things thingsthat thin 1
that thlt were wert Improper ImNopel or ilnitnrdly In tardlr or criminal criminalParticularity lrmlnll lrmlnllIarlcularlt criminallartleulnritr
Particularity opinion expert testimony testimonyI
Iarlcularlt mere mne 011111 ttMtlln ttMtllnIA
I IA this and nothing morel wa was depended on to toconfuse 10conlull toconfuse
confuse conlull a case CRO where descriptive < crlrtve details dtnll of ofchlrogMphlo ofchlrolnphlo ofchlrographlo
chlrogMphlo configuration wearisomely rlsomolr
chlrolnphlo ex extended extended cxtended ¬
tended themselves therefls Into ix I million milion words but buthalt butIhlia butshall
halt Ihlia a man go o convicted conlctt of murder through throughInference throulh throulhIlference throughinference
Inference Ilference derived derivd Incidentally Incllealaly A A B BZiw
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rsz lax orz1liADOIIIW tirZflSil4DOWJtlU Ou QU2f5TIOY QU2f5TIOYPublic 5rlOX 5rlOXPubJe
Public PubJe Opinion Concerning Atn American rle n Con Control Control CD CDfrol ¬
trol of mi al iii American flnn Canal CanalTorn anal analTo l lTo >
To Torn THE KriTon EoiTonorTIlxSUXSi IToa or TUB Svy3n As Al stated statedIn ttec
In an editorial 81ltorlli article artcle In TH Tie Tzia flux today todt sofflo soffloof 101Mof soifleof
of the advocate of the surrender lrren lr of American Americancontrol Amerlcnnconlrol Americancontrol
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control argue locatll that the lb fortification fortneatoo of the Nica Nicaragua Nlcarnln Nbaragun ¬
ragua rnln Canal nrrUO would be InnCfrctlvu InatcthtIKllnt ugi against lnt a apowerful alolorlll apowerful
lolorlll powerful enemy noIY at lt war wlr with wih the thl United Unlld States KtnteThofactof Ktnle KtnleTho StatesThe
the treaty ireittyof of the thoclause theclnl theclause
Thofactof The lact factof of thn prewnco In > trolt
clause clnl hy which hlch tho United U nltet States 8talo agr agree o to totor totorfeit for forfeit forMt ¬
feit their right rllhl In till this respect rlspeft Is II It I costa eIIDS to tome tome tome
me conclusive poclu lve evidence ohionc thatFngland thlt that England down dosntnlrto doesntagree t tngrnowlth
ngrnowlth agree with them themThe thfmThe themThe
nlrto The Administration Administraton IK anxious Inxlous that thotr thftrut thftrutshll thetreat thetreatshould aty atyshould
shll should pas pace A Now If I null M I It claim the right of oftho oftho ofthe
I
tho United Unlttd < States to fortify lorlly the canal e lall I Is a mat mattor mattor matton
tor of minor Importance Imlrtance why do they not bend bendtholr bendIhelr bendtheir
their energies ehprles In nn 11 au endeavor to induce InducoEngland Inluct InluctInll induceLniand
England Inll n to see It In that 11lt light Ilht and han the tboclausoon tbeclauso theclaucoon
clausoon clauso on < this thll point Iolnt omitted omited from the th treaty treatyInstead trat tratInstoad treatyinstead
Instead of giving Ilvln notice notce that the treaty tat must muststand mUltItand muststand
stand or fall fiI In Its It I present share thapeTIIR MhapeTie shareTint
Tint Tie HUN 8u characterizes ehoacterlzeR the treaty Ireat as a blun blunder bluneI bluntier ¬
tier eI That Thlt Is a I charitable oharlnble vow view to take of It I Iconsider Icon Iconsider
consider con < ldor It a premeditated orlmo < llted crime orhlaof cnitneof of stupendous atupondouamagnitude Itupndoll Itupndollmaillu stupendousmagnitude
magnitude maillu < o the Incentive Incpnte being an uncontroll uncontrollable uncontrl uncontrollable ¬
able Itch Ich on lbs part patofaomebody of somebody somebo r hare to toady toadyto toad toadto
to a country that la oven oel now < busily bu IT engaged engagedIn eDIBJOl1 eDIBJOl1In
In strengthening strenKlhenlnl Its 11 fortlncatons fortifications on every overral everyaldeof ldo ldoof < e
of us and Is II contemplating contempiltni further steps In Inthat InIhat inthatdirectlon
that thatdirectlon thatdirectlonI direction directionI < lrecton lrectonI
I trust trult that It will not be necessary for R Rpublicans R Re Repubileans
publicans publcaM to consider the alternative altmatl of voting votingfor votnr votingfor
for the Democratic Democratc nominee nomlote In 1000 10 but that thatthe thatIh thatthe
the Ih Administration Administraton will wi realize re lz the tbcondlton condition of ofaffair ofalnlrs ofaffairs
affair alnlrs while hle there ther Is yet et time tme REPUBLICAN REPUBLICANNew IEUBLCN IEUBLCNEW ItaPUDLICAXNzw
New EW YORK Feb 14 14To UTo 14To
To THE TiE EDITOB or THE THe SunSir Your Tourforcible Yourforlblo Yourforcible
forlblo forcible editorial edlorlo11 on tho HayPaunoefoto HayPaunoefototreaty Ia1unoefotl
treaty Irety cannot but awaken even een the mot mOt In Indifferent Indlfrent Indifferent ¬
different dlfrent and apathetic alnthetlc to the fact rat that the thesafeguarding theeallarllnl thesafeguiarilng
safeguarding eallarllnl of our national natooal Interests IntereRtl Im Imperatively 1mlerltllel haporatively ¬
peratively lerltllel demands the defeat delelt ot that tbstoonvea tbstoonveatlon conven convention oooentlon ¬
tlon In Its Is It present form The ease la really ren ao aosimple 10simple sosimple
simple that it seems leeml almost almolt absurd ablur abaurtitoargue abaurtitoargueabout to argue argueubout fue fueabout
about It I but I for one on am desirous deslraa of otpublicly oflublcly ofptibllcly
publicly lublcly signifying slanlfylI my approval npprovll of your editor editorial editorhll editorlal ¬
ial utterances IUprnlces on 01 the subject u hjool and I trust you youwill yoUwi yostwill
will wi not fall fal to follow folow up the matter mater closely and andstrengthen an anIronllhln antistrengthen <
strengthen Ironllhln the Impression Imlres810n you ou have already alrnadymado alreadymade alreadymade
made on the public puhlc mind by b further vigorous vigorousand vigorousand Iorus Iorusnnd
and clear presentations lrclontltonl of every phase phlse of the thequestion theqtiestlon I IQUo5ton
I IIt
question questionIt QUo5ton
It would seem almost almolt Incredible Inordlble that men In InWashington InWO inWashIngton
Washington WO hlnlion should 8hluld calmly contemplate and andhelp andhelp andhelp
help along alonl uch AICh a stupendous piece of national nationalfolly nntonal nntonalfolr nationalfolly
folly folr Ilathorthan nthor Ihln than that may the canal ca 1 project projectbo prjeot prjeotbe
be burled never to be resurrected resurrlotcr I 1Dut IIut IBut
But Iut I hope and trust trlst that such newspapers newipapersas nwlrper
as yours will wi continue contnue to fire tre broadsides broldRldls of ofcommon ofcommon ofootnmon
common sense Into the camp c mp of Idiocy 141o where whereptioh where8uoh whereptuoh
ptioh schemes of surrender lurrender and humiliation humiliationare huml laton latonare
are being beln hatched out Emu PICKHAIIDT PICKHAIIDTISMXOTOS PICK PIcKEAnDIIBLlNnTO DT DThL
ISMXOTOS hL nTos Mass Ma Feb 13 13To 13To 13To
To THE vn rniion or OJ THE Tn BusSir Governor GovernorRoosevelt Qenor QenorRoolowlt GovernorRoosevelt
Roosevelt Is right rlah If I the United Unled States Bttu Is 1 to toconstruct toCOD toconstruct
construct COD truct the Nicaragua Icnrliun Canal and aor supply the thomoney themoney themoney
money to build bultll It then I say n the te United Unied Slates Slatesshould Blnteehou1 Statesshould
should hou1 control controlt Ic and be at liberty lberty to close clo e It In Intime Intmp intime
time tmp of war to an enemy onem y The Idea idesof of joint jointcontrol jointcontroll jointcontrol
control controll Is preposterous Would England EOlland keep keeptho keeptho keepthe
tho Strait of Gibraltar Obrlltlr open to an enemy enemyIn
In case of war who by passing piMlnl that way could couldendanger couldendnnlor couldendanger
endanger endnnlor her coast COMI Tho Monroe Doctrine Doctrin Is Istoo Istoo Iatoo
too well wel established ftablhld and an respected rcspectld by the peo peope peope peope
pe of this country to permIt p rmlt the Ulf ratification ratncalon of ofsuch ofeuch ofsuch
such an agreement 8repmonl as tho HayTauncefota HayTauncefotatreaty Ibrrauncefotetrral IlayPauncefotetreaty
treaty trral now before the Senate The people peopleIrrespective peopleIrrpappcthe peopleIrrespective
Irrespective of party will 11 never nvrr consent consnt to tohave tohMo tohave
have the United Unlet States Invite Imlo any foreign forelln gov government IOV IOVernmont government ¬
ernment to join with wih us u In the supervision of otnny ofany
any enterprise that Is purely American and
within Western hemisphere hemisphereThe heIDIhcr
The Thl canal built buit by Americans will wl be an a ational na national ¬
tional 10nai monument and n national nllonnl defence defelce and andwe nndwe andwe
we have hlve no need of any an foreign government governmentto 0 lrment lrmentto
to unite with us II In the control of Its ls affairs affairsUnder afllrs afllrsUnder affairsUnder
Under no circumstances clr um tancel should we open an anopportunity anopprtunity anopportunity
opportunity opprtunity to any foreign power pwer to Interfere InterfereIn
In America AmericaThe AmericaThe AmerIcaThe
The Monroe Doctrine BO 1c dearly dearl held by all al
Americans American Is In danger dller by the proposed prlsed Hay ay y
Tauneefote Treaty Our Olr supremacy on the
American continent eontntnt must bo b recognized recoenlzd let letour Lt Ltour Letour
our Senators take due notice noticeNEW noticeNaw
10tce 10tceNew
NEW New ions Feb 12 TOMO SAHOENTICH SAHOENTICHFnn 8nINnCJ 8nINnCJFOl
Frey FOl Me tA TV Topd > jxi Capital CapitalWithout Clpilll ClpilllWithout CcpffiutWithout
Without a moments hosltstlon h091lton the people are aresaying aresaying re reslylDI
saying slylDI lot the Nicaragua Nlclr lua Canal be bnlltwith Lult built with
American money monel and be absolutely abolllely controlled contrld
by the poople who build luld It without wihout restriction retrlctoos
from any European Eurpean power pOler No citizen citzen of this
Republic Reoublc objects to the canal anl being neutral neutrl
to all al the governments 10Ornm8ntl of the world e ecept ecept ecept
cept In time lmo of war Thl canal with wih inch
fortification fMlncatonl as a our naval navl officer omcerl might mightsuggest mllht mllhtUUlst mIghtsuggest
suggest would greatly Iraty Increase the strength etrenlth of ofour ofour ofournavy
our ournavy navy by uniting unltnl our fleets nets If 1 the United
States Is to remain sovereign sOlcrelln In power pwer on this thiscontinent thll thiscontinent
continent the
waterway wltlrway between the oceans oceansshould oceansshould
should bo absolutely under the control of
contrl our ourown olr olroIn ourown
own oIn Government Oovernment It I Is I sail Ril by those tho who whourge whourge
urge the ratification of the treaty In its itspresent Itspresent
present form that this nation can afford to
take Its chance with other nation In time tlmaof timeof
of war To this It may be replied that
there I Ia no reason for taking any chance chancennd chanceand
and now U the time to settle the question
The p people oplo of this country do not ndvo ndvocnte advocats
cats a narrow elflsh policy They do not da damand domand
mand the exclusive control ol the canal except
during war with other
some nation For per purpo perposes
po poses es of oftrale trade and commerce It will be open to
the world at all times The Idea of escorting
the fleet of an enemy through a canal which whichour whIchour
our Government had built so that It might at
tack our coast cities on the Atlantic or Pacific Iaclfloand Pacificanti
and rrey upon our commerce will strike the theaverage theaverage
average citizen as preposterous Our own
fleet pursuing the enemy through the canal at atsuch atsuch
such a time would not under the treaty be bepermitted bepermitted
permitted to follow for twentyfour hours hoursfrom hoursrOS
from rOS lt Ballincrt Anirioitt AnirioittThU 1 curieiiiThis
This country I is not In uo need U of help from any
European country and not likely to be unless unlessRim unlesssite
Rim quite her present policy and Plunges Into
the maelstrom of European politic It Is hu humlllatlne humillatlng
mlllatlne to be beseeching Europe not to med ¬
dIe with n purelyAmerlenn enterprise especially
when that enterprise has not gotten beyond
the Imagination of the peocleandaslto peomile and a site for It
has not been selected De Le Leaeps eps dug his
canal across Suez anti settled the diplomatic
features long alter the commerce of the world
had begun to pats through It The safest plan
Is to build n canal first reserving all rights
To give away the latter before a spade has
been struck Into the soil may lead to serious
embarrassment hereafter hereafterMovements htereaf ten tenMovemonts
Movements of Naval avnl Venrli VenrliWAsniNOTos 5hs 5hsWARUINOTON
WAsniNOTos Feb 14The Tho tralnlr trainIng ship
IincaMer which left Calmnnera yesterday
arrived at Santiago this murnlii morning and departed departedVolume
later in the lay for Clenfiiognq The collIer
acar left Sii Juiitn luento Rico today for
ulehra 1ianl will a cargo of coal for tue
llnciuip aew Ork The tretnlng shIp Monon
galiolu arrtveuIntt KItt toilay toilayteilinie
Volume of Mnn With Xrt noei l5oe iofmi Iop
To Tin Kniron op fur Svisir NIB lvu 4ari
no io THE Sex pnMlbod my note rfferlni to read all
poems written for The Mn With tho Hoe contest
with refcrrnre to thelrpuMlcatlon Alreidr enough
lucre t earLed me M t mace a volume Many of them them
lure good omc am genie Before nlinj them I want
to Ire wry ant of the nniiirreMful contribution contributionand
and I will M ask < that they be enl u early a March 1
I will Aualn make tho pnmiliv prulmi rcntalncd In mr flr Cot t
note namely to ctimmunlcato with each writer be
foilany me Ii null of ii bin or her poem poemMARTI poemMARTIW
MARTI I Ilmcr M t u 1
Binnwimr0 Vt Feb 12 12A 12A
A Work for W Wnisn WnisnTo < iitn > n nTo
To tnr Ennon or Tur 8usv > At time tlmeimiuli timemuch
much ii md it lii lTiilc nbllc prlnta about the Inability of ofwomen ofWCiflen
women tn I e earn rn a respectable llvlnn with e aseorenm aseorenmPEative e or com comparative ¬
parative Tiufntt Here I an au op oportitit m for nine ninewomen ShOewomen
women to ii < ln no AtKjtit
a rear ago I received receivedprinted a airtiuied
printed drrulur that I coiid have my plotnre framea
r mideil in ttiH tim IM manner iistii wltboiit reuinlm the theatvaueof
Paine frofli toy hoims I sent for the woOmsu for ia4y
II yuii Irfer suit ae herserat to reiuI1 which
hey tunic shut entlrly catisfatiory I wrote her
to come a gpw dsys ag and do sound more when I
recttted I touts call from her at whteh ohs is
grelted her Inability to Slecute my new order Inlde
of friir month having
booked so Orders
inscy In
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afBj riraK AND w PIICI or JAUKS JAUKSlaUi
Tales of o HOB A Crib anti n OrnjrWlilU OrnjrWlilUCat
Cat Or Gravel v l the Iiycholo lsychoIught lsychoIughtTo lJl lJlTo
TUB SUNMI A As a in indent ttident ¬
To tut vi Ention or
dent of psychical research IntndMrMiod I inn lietreiioil b bthe by bythe
the Incredulity evident In your olltorlal article artldoon articleon
on A Profe ProfessorshiplorMrs orhlpforMM Ilpor If Ifrou vou nrn nrnnot anonot
not convinced bv Iraf Hr ihycioD loD of th the super supernatural etipernatural
natural cupornorraallty ol Mr Mrs Piper let mn mneoll macall
call another witness Irof William James of ofHarvard ofharvard
Harvard thoemlnentpnychologlntanclantllm thoemlnentpnychologlntanclantllmp the eminent psychologIst Itni antlim antlimperlallst
p perlallst rlall t For him Mrs llp llpur r lilt wonderful wonderfulthings wontlorfulthings
things For example exampleKhe
she told of mr killing a rarwblt cat with ether etheraud etheratd
aud ieirriled seribed how It had spun round and round roundb roundbefur
b befur fore dln dlnHhe dying dyingShe
She was strong on the event In our nursery an ancave and andgive
cave striking advice during our visit ta her b about aboutthe aboultheway
the theway way lo odsel deal with wltbccrtftlfl certain tantruma ofouraeo ofouraeoond of ourseo ourseoond
ond cblldllttle Dllly Bill Bojr Do aa she call called < t him re reproducing riprodurlog ¬
producing hit nursery name 8h She told how the crib cribcreaked cribcreaked
creaked at ntht igbt how a certain rockliu chair creaked creakedmyeterlouilr eresks1inyetrioU5l
myeterlouilr how ray wife had heard footsteps 01 01th oathe
th the staIrs 4e 4eFho teShe
She said that we had toet recently a rug and I Iwalitcoat a awaistcoat
waistcoat She wrongly wronlyaectised accuied a person of ofstest ofstestlog iteaV iteaVIne
log the rag which wa afterward found In th thhome the thehouse
home homeIs houseIs
Is It ftnny nny wonder wonderthat that Prof James ailmlUthat ailmlUthatMrs
Mrs Piperi I trances have broken down for tormy formay
my own mind the limits Ilmltsof of the admitted orJ order orderof r rof
of If him from Andrew Lan LanMaklnB lAngs lAngsMaking
nuturo quote
Making of Religion PP 140160 141S 150 Mr Lang Langinrs Laudears
ears inrsIt earsIt
It used to b be admitted that when poueMed poueMedMM posausedwMr
MM Piper would cheat when aha coutdthat la t ttay LI LIsay
say iht would make guesses try to worm informs Informvlion informstienontothersitterdesCrlbea
lion tienontothersitterdesCrlbea out of heralttera crlbe friend of his live aliveor liveor
or dead at 14 who may tie Edgar Edmund E4LnUDE4 E4LnUDE4wird Eel Eelward
ward Edith or anybody She would ehuffle and re repeat r rpeat ¬
peat what the had picked up In a former dtting with wltkth withthe
th the time person and the vast majority of he hetaiwen her herlnswsrI
taiwen started from vague references to probable probabUfacti probablefacts
facts aa that an elderly man It an orphan and te teworked asworked
worked on to more precise statements atatementeMr statementsMr
Mr Lang Quotes Prof MaeallUter as writing wrltlnlof writingPiper
of iir Piper in the Proceedings of the 8 K KR KBha 1 1She
R
She It quite wlieawak wiC iwik enough all through t tprofit te teproM
profit by suggestion I let her i see e a Wot blotch h of ink inkonmyfla inkon
onmyfla on my Sneer erandheialdtbatIwMawrtter erandheialdtbatIwMawrtterEioept and she said that I WM S writer S SEzoept
Eioept the gorse about my sister Helen who Ii ally allyther alivethey
they was not a alngle guess which wai we nearly right rightMra rightMr
Mra Plptrlii not anvathelle anvathelleDuring aneitbelicDuring
During the iocalled trance and If yon not note mr mrprivate myprivate
private opinion It la that th the whole thing Ii I aa aaImposture asimpoeture
Imposture and a poor one oneBut oneflut
But Prof Macalllster had not what Prof ProfJoms ProfJams
Jams calls thewllltob the wIll to belIeve llev Prof Hysloo Hyslooand Hyelopand
and Dr Hodaeon have lots of that Yon muss muslhavo musshave
have It when you send your soul toward the thtIncredible theIncredible
Incredible IBYCHB IBYCHBNtw lavcilLNzw
Ntw YORK Feb 13 13Appeal 13Appeal
Appeal for or the Christian Brother BrotherTo BrothersTo
To TUB EDITOR or THS BunSir I hart hartreceived havereceived
received this letter from Brother HIU of Athy AthyWill AthyWill
Will you kindly publish It ItMr ItMr
Mr DEAR MR BKAUN I have had many manyconference a aconference
conference with Mr Knonles of Atby Ath a as to the thebest thebest
best way of making our flrst appeal to the thepubllo thepublia
publlo since our introduction In Athy la 1801 a adecided adecIded
decided success Mr Knovles thinks with you youIf youif
If you would make yourself the medium of ofcommunication ofcommunication
communication to further this object with cur curkith outkith
kith and kin In the United States being also alsoaware alsoaware
aware ot your high personal regard for the theBev the11ev
Bev Bros J 8 OFlanlBn T J Butler and andthe andthe
the late Bro F U Holland and other Christian ChristianBrothers ChrIstianBrothers
Brothers who labored In Athy ID the early 00 00ond OOi OOiand
and subsequently I know that this will be bea bea
a labor of love to you youI
I need scarcely tell you Mr Bealln that the tliesole thesole
sole support ot the Christian Brothers In Ire Ireland Ireland ¬
land comes from the people In no plwe la laIreland inIreland
Ireland has the Ideal system of education ai aiRiven asgiven
given by the Christian Brothers obtained a agreater agreater
greater triumph over the State or socalled
Model system ot
Hah Government Ooernmentthenin than In Athy The triumph triumphot
ot the Christian Brothers Is not yet complete completeand completeand
and expansion Is necessary In Athy aa On Onward Onward ¬
ward and Upward Is their motto mottoCuriously mottoCunioualv
° Curiously enough the English Government Governmentis
is at present waving a war of extermination exterminationagainst oxtcrmnlnatiotuagainst
against the Boers In South Africa because the thegrievances thegrievances
grievances of Outlanders are not redressed redressedwithin redressedwithin
within a very limited time The Irish people peoplehave peoplehave
have greater grievances and complained ot ottnem ofthem
them for centuries and still there Is not a re remote romote ¬
mote hope of seeing such grievances remedied remediedThrough remediedThrough
Through you I appeal to the former pupils pupilsot
ot the Christian Brothers sail to other friends friendsof
of their system nf education In the United UnitedStates UnitedStates
States for foraid aid to tocarry carry out Improvements lu the theChrlHtlan theChristian
Christian Brothers school of Athv to carry carryout carryout
out an unequal contest In the Oepaittuent of ofeducation ofeducation
education as they receive no State aid their theirsystem theirsyatein
system of education belmt beiricdenominatlonrul denominational and andtoo unittoo
too racy ot the soil to receive support from the theEnttllsh theEnglish
English Government GovernmentFor
For the reasons set forth here antI for many manyothers manyothers
others I shall not you to extend your love mind anilInfluence mindlalisience
Influence to mult our Brand drawing of prizes prizestlon prizesa
a substantial succesa by asking the coappra coappration
tlon ot our friends and countrymen ID tlie tueinlted
United States I HID yours respectfully respectfullyM
M i M luLl Brother Director DirectorATHTJan21 DirectorMisT
ATHTJan21 ATHTJan21Brother MisT Jan 21 21Brother
Brother Hills 11111 letter appeals to every mem member memnben ¬
ben of the Irish race the world over The Thestory Tuestory
story of how much the Brother did for the thayouth theyouth
youth of Ireland nail how much they nrn doing doingwould doingwould
would Oil volumes At present every child at attcrlc attending
tending their schools is being taught the his historii
tcrlc language of motherland the ihollc ihollcI
I will receive any donations which friends friendsmay frIendsmay
may tieslru to 0 send nn matter how small tin tinHill ttioffering
offering Checks anti Post Olilos orderi hhnuld
be miiile payable to the order of tite 11ev lire
Hill Athy County Klldare Ireland IrulanrtJons IrelandJoii
Jons Joii 1 HC IiCAt1i
30 Went Twentyninth Bt New Yonn YonnStinging YonnStinging
Stinging Rebuke to iottlgrevr iottlgrevrfrcm letttgrewFrcca
frcm Me Spirit oSDalmtu oSDalmtuI
I am In receipt tinder the Senatorial frank of ofcopy a acopy
copy of one of n F PetlUrewi recent fnlralnatloni fnlralnatloniIn
In plain word Mr Iettlgrew Dakota la ashamed of ofyouj ofSOUl
SOUl aahamed that a nun so o devoid of patriotism patrlotliiaahnuld patriotismshould
should mlerepreeent her sentiment and ttaln hr hrhonor lmrhonor
honor aahamed with the keen hnmlllatlng repug repugnance repugmianre ¬
nance the Apoetle felt toward Judas the patrlJtn it itYorktown atyorktown
Yorktown for Benedict Arnold ArnoldAnd ArnoldAnd
And whenyui speak Mr of the lity boys from fromBoiith trainSouth
South Dakota who lost their live < iiscripttd n cripUJ into on onunvitling anavwmllsnO
unvitling service you limply titter a U0 lieI j jI
I have letter from many of the boys written from fromBan CrociBait
Ban Francloo when their only fear was lest led they theybe theybe
be left behind I0ttrr from Manila Menu when the ln tntir tntirrection ur urrectlon
rectlon Initlttalod by domeitio traitors wa wag Im Imminent tinminent ¬
minent letter written from the Snug line lineat lineat
at Marllao at Miloloa at Qnlnsua lirldse at atCalumplt atCslimmpit
Calumplt at Ban Fernando letter tolling of ofother ofother
other letters written to men In the ranks by bya
a Senator of the Inltrd Staten who could Hoop low lowenough lowenough
enough to incite mutiny and counsel treason let letter lettrio ¬
trio dozens of them them from the eighty who nBnllfteJ nBnllfteJIneplteof reColiatedlit
Ineplteof lit spite of the effort uf j imelfund mroelf unit your abettor abettorto abettartodebatmclianit
to todebatmclianit debauch and dishonor them 1 ipenta month ituouttiwithi ituouttiwithithem with withthem
them at San Francincowhoro you lend notto nottoheard nooheard
heard from their ownllpi own lips their views on the war warAgulnaldo warAulniido
Agulnaldo and 1ettlitrew converted pcr lrrotisllr oually with withmtnywho withmany
mtnywho many who had withdrawn their ippllratlom for forditcharse fordchsruie
ditcharse ou learning whnie who hand wa was > working worklniitb workingthe
the tb traitors shell game ame I lm hIve had per personal onalln onallntenlowl in interviews
tenlowl with or letter fnm more than invent seventy ef eftboiewhoielurnedanxlom efthose
tboiewhoielurnedanxlom those who sttmrnel antoita to KO back to the con conflict conClct ¬
flict In a Dakota vetorin organization organizationAt
At all tlmci In every place where I have met or orbean orheard
bean from them they memured Ly your outu betrayal betrayalof
of Major Warns the depth of your Intcrcit In their theirwelfare theirwelfare
welfare Almo Almost t to a man they detect under th thsaue the thegauze
gauze of hypocrisy y your sole purro ilmrpoee c it t embarr embarrthe em1anethe
the Government and aid Its ts enemlen and their con ¬
tempt for such perfldy It bounled boon 1el only by b their theircardty theircsiaity
cardty for or contempt contemptFortified contemptFortified
Fortified with evidence of the facts whereof I Iwrite Iwrite
write a U the father of one of then preelonii dra1 dra1of d4of
of another wh > i orved out hit time ritnluted atui an
1 is still till chasing your model patriot tliroiiuh the Jun Jungle jungle ¬
gle and a as the friend of every true trim nolller I re reseattb reseattbsacrilege ent tb tbacrllegc
sacrilege the Insult tonuir oour ileardead the vile alamttr sisal
that rould only be conceited In the tie heartf rlof a tratfr tratfror Irattror
or Cud utterance at the lip lips of a ll liar r o M OBOX OBOXTlie OeiouTime
Time Way to Avoid Hrrrv Trial TrlnliFromlt TrialFiOfllthl
Fromlt irjAin ivisa01 oj Ioil IoilIf IihtIf
If clergymen who find that their beliefs hiv hivccaed ha
ccaed to harmomte with their T reI < eJ would quietly
step down and out nohere no heresy y trul nor any of the
infelicities attendlnR them wouM ocMir There are
rhrlMan church sect ect nnddeiiomiustlno and deiiointuiutuons enoueU Cnotig
In this rountry to afford v Urge and vartrdneld vsrisii tiI4 of
iel selertlomi tlou fnrtbadUcontentel for lbs ttiscontenteI Almot erry po m
eihli Ible variety of rellrfoii
bMlef is
lropreentel ritirsieritet ma in a
creal around which a greater or ii lu loss mmbor of im sun
cere ref believer are bi buidet > ndel together And b beelil lM
his S amplitude of opportunity thn th discontented
preacher 1 has a clear right to tart a new sect In tait aj
hlarlgbtt hits rIghts are many and Important but they do not notThey
inchuite the right to betray his brethren by violutimig
his ordlnujiou vow h
They give him no warrant warrantUut
remtn in the pulpit
as a fraud or a a ptescber
Uut which hi hua CUurcb iw rsgards M ita Latse dSii doeti

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