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VTiis IT In Id mlvetanY l nhe he llni It No > Vole VoleIlif VoteI ole oleI
Ilif I h lie llrlllili nuht Iht for lbi Ib > IIatlot In Africa Africamid A AfIcghid Irlra
mid 1111 llrfuse IIIu II l 10 > Women omn M I Home JlomUarnl IlomeQeernbVOI Uneens UneensAt
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v 1 ri r it I comes efllt 011l to bftlne loIn at the Ih right plaen plaenIt
It i nirlt I 1Lt 11 lime OU0 ar the 1I0dtl1l onfon Heraltl Olt ita It Itii
I It a 0 t ii cit I ahead or Clara larn Ilarton Presl Presle
do d e V Vitlunnl lhnnIUd ttinni Jled Crofi Cro Society cckty Qultn Qultntr
dIr tr exrvbwly rbfI rbtMIY evfw IT IVA4 n sigh I h of thankfulness thankfulnessi thankrulntql
V i ircii tql r 4 It calamity llnmlty when 1n Icn It Is I announced announcedi olncfd olncfdI
nml her aids hnvo roached roachedi
Barton and
I i mi NI I Ilrnn lr Ildl rMrhld
i V cn 1 tI people Ji Women omen who havn h been beeniin bNn bNnn tjnnncofl
l tho Incompetent feel teIC
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0 rjir rir cr < < irshl prldrt that It was wn a woman who whoTfif whot11 whoVI
VI Tfif t11 Hi tho American Arrlrtn Bed ld Cross Astocia Astociat
mired It Iti rrcotrnltlnn by all the na naf
t r and 1 < urllt rlNllUon al 1 1I
I no r tim world 10111 Hho wn Wil WIIA AMUFN MllrN itoscjred mAny miinyi
i 0 thnt I tt t iihe h he wan Ia not equal 1lnl to t this thl task tlk and andIf
If t fin I ql iffnrt ort to t prevent plnt her hlr frcra proving provinghe prolnl
ohl eh he wan or nt had been successful successfulv IU tUI
1 > v V T rniild have hA stood ft she hI doe today todayor todRr todRrAr
or iiuirinus tlriol example ampe of woman capabilities capabilitiesi
I > i e 1 llotfnn llrraM Itnl which Is II so 10 renrly rMeT to togive toV
give V Ml lt s Barton 11lon n deserved dlend recognition rclnttlon II Isirin IIni IIrinZthA
irin rinZthA ni iM th most mo t determined dltcrmlnrd opponent of otgrnnt otgrnntIt Kfant Kfantbg Innl InnlIt
bg It It > n ff Itln wtclefl tnen any an power 101r owPr In mMters nlttel ot clvl clvljovornment clvigvrnn1eflt < vl vl0vmmllt
jovornment and would hold oven rn the 1rcnl 1rcnltferi I Ircaldc I Idrl
tferi dc t Ih h Ited Id Cross 0 Association AIornln In a state t of ofrpeMil otfrI ofclltrnncltnont
rpeMil 1 dlsfrnnehliiMnont dltrnmlnt Mini ML I Barton al always II IIIRYO olWftS ¬
frI strenuous advocate te of equal equalIliTrnce zwtl zwtlrflOe
IRYO WftS ways tin Mi been a nr > ell ellllnll
IliTrnce llnll rflOe In the lhl lltralif tald own ow city at fl a pub public Pii PiiJ pub1k ¬
lic J mw ttfl in Inl jr she sh h said saiditbmk alclI td tdIhlnk
itbmk Ihlnk I 1 mti mutt t hire been btn born bMlevlnr blnlnr blin In the lull lullrijni lul lulrlfhl lulllrI
rijni of unman mn I > Al alt U the Ihl rrltllftei hltre and petition petitionilri plton pltonw oaltionaflIU
w ilri lr nsiu nue and Ino Jutlcr IUllt accord to her to common commonltn cmmon cmmonU comorIc
ltn U tun Ihr human belnr Perfectly 1rllr equal rlrht rlrhttuma rlrbltuma rlghtetu01M
tuma rijMt TC There 1hfl htre was wa never nnt any question qUlton In my myIdl mrmind firaId
mind I di fgird 10 Ihl thIs Idl I did < 1 not Purchase purhl m mY V free freedinwtihapilcc Ir freed
001111 d dinwtihapilcc rn wtth a pr pie I was WI torn brn free In tr and when aa a arounrer I Iunfr ft7ur
rounrer 7ur unfr woman womln I beard the aubjct discussed dlcu r It Itjorilimply I Im1 Itemd
jorilimply emd m1 1r1Y ridiculous that any enslble HI lbl rational rationalj rallonll rallonllfI
j fI Onshnild a < b11 briid questlanll Qul que5tifl n II IL When ben later the rhasof rhasofWOBSt rbAe 01 01womr ofvo
WOBSt vo > Me rlhl > itMoullage < lo urar cam1 rat up up II I t was wIlo tone to 1 oe only onlyjpadofiriiwhole onlrI
jpadofiriiwhole I p1 or lb h whol Just as A natural and Justaseertalc JustaseertalcViiake IUI Jutaa A crlll crlllk cettal cettalIiakt
Viiake k t plf pltCf pltCfWbenVCT > Ice IceWtenrver
Wtenrver I bate ba been btn urged UId at a a petitioner ltonu to a AI atk atklot k kloribiprltlleiefot
loribiprltlleiefot lot Ih I rr prIvlleee lte for woman a kind of dared daed bcwtl bcwtlItttt bl beollgued
Itttt 4 ftllnj hii h iS come over O me meor roeti
or 0 nnoti nom ohoulo tiouM I a lok l ii IT Who Vb rooewed rosufd tb Ihe right rlbtto IIChltOr rightto
to tail tOr It W I ho Ffl bad rlAltr grealer ieal r unit rllbllhAo than woman 0mAI her heriflf huItW herel
iflf el W IA Wa < It 1 man Dln and If I 1 ito o where ter did he fet lit litII l II IIit
II I dfpe dtdtd derede4 ilil upon womAn for bit belnc hli very ry ex exbtenet ullnf Clbtertee
btenet llnf ourturln nllUrln I rAnd and rearing C Mote ore Ctllnc Illne that iht ihtiSaU shoi ho hol
iSaU l o1 i bate h confrriej It I upon him himWa hIm hImWu hImII
Wa Wu It I coTernramli 0rm11 oTeTflmli What bl I were wIe they Iht but lh lhiilce lbICf the theIe
iilce ICf if 1 the pmiplef Iplel Vbit b1 h3t gave them their Ibor power powerWi pwut pwutWI powerWsq
Wi WI Wsq < it I dltlnely 41lnfr conferred Alasl no or they Ibeyoaid Ibe Ibeoud theylae
oaid bite nul been fn belter blll belt puier purr Utf more mor Ju lul just > t and 11d table Ulble Ulblea atahieStas tableHai
Hai a It force of arnnwart Arnnwal armwar Who Wb furnbbed IUIDhb1 Ibo tbgittinrsT Ibonlr theIculirs
nlr Iculirs ittinrsT Who Wl0 but the th mothertt lolbfnl Who reared the thginni IbeIOU
IOU 500 nd iiuzhi I lurhllbtn ubI them that liberty Ibuly and their country countrywreitiiitt rounl countryvewrth
wreitiiitt rt wlb their 11 bl bldl < udt Who rAe lb Ibm them m up wept wepttLrrftli w weptt 1 1I
I tLrrftli 111 feI nuraeJ nureJ tbemlasuflerlncand them hlUaeln Iii suflerin ran g an 0 d mourned them themdead Ibrmad themdeal
dead ad
S adEIZblt Dr r Elizabeth EIZblt nlnckwell lnckwll who originated orlte the theSanitary Ue Uenl theSanitary
Sanitary nl < Y CoininU 10lJtllon ornnisIiofl lon during durng the Civil Civi War Warlt Wa WaI VarIcV
lt I txvn for fifty Iflr ywnrs VIar5 nr unwavering unwanrl In I her he de denaiil de den3n1 dofr
naiil f ror r the thl ballot blot Mary A Ilvermore 1lvrore 1lvroreI IIvermoreI
11 I I d at the tl head hpld of o that Ihlt creat lt rcat commi commit cmm cmmr
t n V vr r hw hI swined wnld In her declaration drLunton lor lorimliticiil lorpol toeV
V imliticiil pol lILkItl 111 rUhu Josephine B Orininj Orininjf Onmnl OriMngrLidd
f uadd I1IIe the 1 ti Frwdmans Ilureau lIurlu wiu an anI anU
I U 1 V V workltiif wnkhu member of the Suffraes 81trBc8 A Ai A1t As AsI >
i Min V 1t In until Inul her death Anna Aln Dlcktn Dlcktnt Dlckl
t V wh hlo < > s o eloiiuenoe IlolUlnM WM wa a powerful powerfulI pwertul pwertulI
I tor in cr reIing > > ttin public ainLimnt wntlm nllmnt nt denounced denouncedi dnluncd dnluncduIur denounceduwiiured
i uiiaiosurnd uIur 1 t Irm rmi the dlsfranohlwment dlsfranohlwmentiv dltranhl rnt rntI
I cc iv ien n Harriot Ilrrlul liwohor hor Stowe ltw whos part partin
in 1 hn hlnl Pirig slavery llvry win 1 not ciroodsd eOd d by that thatci thatcV
ci u cV v intti Mi oUlmod nlways for herwlf hr lr and andr
r s the 11 right rllhi to Tote oto Julia Julf Ward Howe Howev 1ow
v V naitl 0111 Hymn of tho th Republic Republo has h ha been beenno
no cm ii urition to thousand thousnd 1 io a lirmr etmng tron and andMI andt
MI t fl iiihinK d hi uig I uHraBist llrlht tliarle < 111 Hiimner tutnr Mid naldtun Midp
V tun p pliI ttiWii of nearly nar 411o 0 i names namesI nam s sI >
I I I iiv II tli Womani Inmanl Loyal Ioa Ioague Ialue formed formedtf
th tf uilwirk IWHk of 0 r lh > demand dlmfnl for emandpatlon emuicipntlotccolr
1 0 iiidT 1 Mrs Ir StonUin Hlatnn MUa 1a hl41 mcPltOI Anthony Anthonyi Aflthon AflthonA
i V siini In Mrn Ir 1rs HItk lk1 all of them UIm we wre > r un uniiiprmitiHx unI uniltocatca
iiiprmitiHx advocates I QC1 Il of womans Omlnl ufrrajt lulrre euftrtgwoInui
IIIV I iiiw f wiriii toml rendered rndr d wnrlre rv1c to th thlr thlrmT ttiirwr < lr lrunff1
unff1 mT wr I 1oo iosthe t the nation nlton owo 0 them MrM anythiiiR anrthllR
ii I i 10 rli ii hail Ia I porformvtl rlrlornlt thes ti tIe came mi neivlcwj neivlcwjiriill eervicshot ells
iriill B nit lnt n uratofiil Irrll peoplo peplo consider CJldr them themetlerl UpmI thmVInJd
etlerl I e to whalnvcr la they Ihp mlelit ml lt reqtient ru t J liii liiif a aT
I T would 10uld It I not heap h P honnrs upon UI1D th Ihm m with wlthjjr withwitlrg
< jjr wiltlrii to t bo ti n a4kd kid How do dll s the Ih nation nntlonir nationarI wlh
arI ir r < < l It J iii intrlotlo 11lrlnlo wonvn womln fly I still 01 holding holdingem hol holdingVrn nnton nntonr 111
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Vrn em m timter uIIIr that yoke oke or polltlrnl pltrl dloabllltr
hich Incur 1011 since llce has bll Ixyn III removed relopd even tlMblIT vcn from fromiw trl from
iw 1 men tpn who look up orm aaalnst loalnlt It Not Notof ot otp
p of these wornrtn hn baa nsked
IhS woml a recompense recompensemoney r recompensemoney
money monp or p pooilon pnltlnri < ltlnn Every one has hn cmlol pleaded
fie List 11 1 thlrtyflvfl IhlrWlh years nr that ehc eh h might mllht bi bifiwed b bteed
fiwed teed I a volco volC In II Ihn lb Government OOVerllpnt she helped helpedv
v 1 cv V > And nd all al of them will wi pass I Hway RW8 blfd for forr foreir
eir r with Illh this thu prayer prrer unfulfilled unfulfilledThe tntllfld tntllfldTr
The Tr tale Iltl President of tho tb Hoer lofr Hepubllo Repuhla has hMn baacn
taken cn n hu Hlhle II hIe nntir Inlr one ni arm anti Mrs Mr Krocer Krocerun Krlr Krlrunllr ErOriinter
MI
un unllr iinter < er rue cie I other anl MlloI irono < to visit 101 hli hi relatives rlntv In
ht
HoilnnJ 10llnJ Hn IA bite hn berorne blon an OntUrder UIIIIJndlr without withouta
wlholt wlholta I
a vote otl and Icl in on ft 1 l ivel vel el vlth lh a wcman VumanAwfIll mnnIrul awful
deicont de cnl This Thi Ioulh South African ArrlCBn war 111 with wih Its Itsr 11
lenj Mrl evritle WIS waa 111 o otenftiol lpn lblr tor or t tIm tImtupn n nUP
r tupn > up > Of obtAlnlnv oblJnlnl tho II t1c franchise frAnChl for rlr about fLout fLouttD abouttflVII
tD tflVII nft Knzllshmon Elilhmol who hind hnl Kone 10M to that coun cOln ¬
try no nol for r tlio purio n of biilldinc Iuldln biilIdin It up but to toset 10tel toget
set wliil I I they Ihlv tlie could oull of its I it treasures lealrll llf Triey T tfev lev do domaflmid < l lmandtKl Itan1
mandtKl tan1 the Ihf ballot mlol time Bo DoJ lIora rs refused rlrulrl It both hotheFi
eFi M s reonjnbinit tolnI7Inl rccnI7tng that herein lay In the oiiree ourc of ofpower orpo ofpower
power po liiotisundt of lives 111 and Ind millions milon of
property porrlr neomed fr1 a mall mnl price Irff to pay for this thisvaluablo lhlsuluablo thiovaluable
valuable privllfire prI11iP1 and nnr yet Eticland Elilnnd at at homn re r to
fuse tUI fueM i a Alule ahoiUtCI h olucly y to 2000011 nativeborn
Lnglish ttomnn
lotOI
For or over thirty thiry ynars VAIUI nars these the women have made mneleending mndeIrr madepirv
Irr pirv po pGclbl lb ettort lott 10 sciire IrA the rrnnchl rrnnchlPlhnl franchionrndmnz
Plhnl ending to Parliament Iarhamnt petitions rllon containing ontalnll
hundreds of thousand thuNno of names nnt nnd bavo 111 n > en n
the itlon Ilon vote votpil oto < l down again nllin and again
Amon AmonI Its I ftroncest tronl 1 opponents oltnln have IIIT ane > been alltn the Ihl th
vry 1 men who wer most 10it eager raier to plunge plun e the
country roumr into a war ar to II obtain this same tma con on
ce eetn lnn for a 1 little 1110 handful hlnrrll nf KnrlWmien ntlImen re on
foreign soil A fragmentary rrlmpnlnr suffrage they tho
Uve I o nicrveded Prt ecem drij in gaining Inlnlrl but the sufrn parliament ariiamenl ¬
ary ballot hllnl the I one far beyond all al others othlr plrlamenl In the
powo p iower wuch wIc iI it cnnfer Is I h resolutely rl nlulely withheld
lthlIO
jn In framing rtInl time I recent rcll Iocnl 1011 Iommenl iovernment bill
the mot important rieht bl
Ihl 1IIorAnl rlht whIch hloh women po >
eswil eI tknt hll of If a sent nt In tie le London 10mln vestries vestriesu ptrl 10
Iondon
wI u iini Iolh loIiv < iv taken away aWI from thorn Im by I Pnr Par inrl
l 11 I merit po V imcauso oranc IU women worpn cannot 11101 Vote 010 for mom m
I o i Ihat at body boJ and therefore thoolorc have ha no in
riietii r fmcp over its il actions What S hiI hat a I satire Mlr A
ye plnl Lnti war Vflf lr fo secure urn for Or EnglWi men mon1mll
1mll > tli I < y tliemsolvos t01 deny dOl to the rnllot women worn of I
t tec ieir on 0 noisehold noiseholdTh oimtmoklTm
Th now n 1 Onvernment nOTernmlnt of Italy Itly It i Is llr said will I In I
n b Kiuv in thn hand of a I woman womarQcnpon Queen wi
Msrgtwrita I h rlra mother of thn thf now Womllcln King bun Shnf Hhl I
w > f pnwerril powcrf werr1 ci Influencn IIMunf during the th Kina mlffn of
n h ii I isirind hnl twl her r rule rile will 11 rurlnl b 11 Absolute with I
T r Kinrrisnuel who wh Is I described d8trlbd as n her
K e sh d dlM not hfsltntn hflI to defy dr the Popn
jni 1 Elm V i mreii hlr of lr Koine HJI nnd will 11 iii spare M Il r POl no
B V 1 trn T ronticn th n tin Triple AllUnct tliiitflCi4V
IromI t Trlflo lln
V MUSO ilI il iiovernment I Irnlont rnnilerct Is I In tho hinds of ofV
hn1
V t in n a 1 m wicked rikd orip onl rinsMlbly < 111 but hit one on of
V tJVV i < fop Inll icnd n nxecutlvo lllh ability lilitr She Sheiv H Sh
I t iv Ih thc he 11lon mtinn of the 11 aIIU wnrld lrhJ while whilenln whtl whtlV
I V 1 11 ii nln In > Ir Ii r oicrc fl Kmnlre Jlplrr far wle to toi Ic
I i Nr mr r will In bountiful
il 1111 ril cnntrast Cfntrl t Is lilA 11
t I huminlfnrlan hIIIIIlrnn relun relln of Oueeti Vlo Vloin lt
t t w in It vh rh Vh llla IIILlrllN liIuLtrfltcs trntw thn 11 tim cnpabllltlra IOblllr nf lt
cverri 1 Holland olnnl Ir irprotiorlv r profr speMk
10 Ir > Sthrlands lhrl1ne tlc rlindo tnov tO IOOVIs > alnnic nlll In peace llnr
P ti 1 and mind contentment nlnllni under Ilrlr the th rel rln reign n
0 me lo In yueen Wllhelmlnn Uhlmln and uld for many
T V V 0 vi IIH t her hlr ncccMlon nll lln was ir3 a unl linlior r Ilny that
n V > h hr ° r clln JWn Cnimi 1nln1 Th Thr r Inrr Is I nOr I Ii
I ft i but Illhat rhit the Quoin fieifent ofKpnln of bpain I
rplnt
I V J h IAr lmr r iinfortunaU urorilnah uij tnrtci nmiti country I < ill lnll 0 I ry tlirouth Ihrolih Ihrolihlvi I rpaln hroiichV I Irnn I
V V rnn wiifi lvi c as I much rll discretion as would i
tlrrlUon wOlld
n
n > ii t isilbl 1 Im t > nny un n nv wile ruler I
I ficts rtI miKenii 11 tlicm tlII tiittllftIo elvcn nlor when hn onn
r I tr ri t srmpTx IIII rca rc of f th II I ho 1nllpd Inlld I ri it oci KUteis Hllrl Sta tr RI RIver
n In
rl nM rlr rvPr ver Hie tim flecilon of n wnnnn
tl 1lnn
5 II I Vr if I rie litth 11 vlllacn lalo In Knnsas Knnsasvic Innla Innlac wmln j
W V vic c 1Jrr t tliff ok 011104 0110 to thn defence dcllnle of Mr Mrlrilbltlon Ir
V I tho lrilbltlon party piIrt nnd
II nys j
t tli il 111 1 I Ik Ilk k t II to Irhlhlln have hl tide a woman Ilrt 111 suffrnffe t ti
III womln
r i ti Polr < r platform 1llltlm Imt hit thought Ihollhl It lfrajn bettir lIr bet I r rdill I IH I
r r dill 1 H n to I nrn Ir11 lr04t orit but one 010 Important Impnltnt Impnltnto
I o Vmr fir fr 1 Ioir oirr U I merely 11011 an echo fpho of I Io i
f I V o whcfi hrh has h lii heen hO Oi hearl 1 so 0 many
Ml uMect 81ol At 1 thi Ih list lIt pemncratlo pemncratloi 1n 1n81ol
Prnrall
i i > iventnu llt 1111 tho I h hi I Iiii
I I oln mnniiers In Inn nupr ncgore ai ureil the I h Ice
iii iii 1 I brouehi hrIJhl n 1 uiTrasf o plnnh tint j
t n I i 11M lH t rlmrrno rh tnmake In t n Ilk iflrlkP llra i n I tmrt of r their t Icol r I Iitwrnt II
V I itwrnt wr rn1 flct fnrtheiroiiblethevwerw fnrtheiroiiblethevwerwwi lOlhrlblrlhp or t ho n rotcimlo 1110 WOM WOMw vor
p wi w It I the fn tr f silver 4dtVf r plnnk 101 whlcb hl vas vasil Yn I I
j il I tnaiiic 111110 thl II tmie > cnr u At t thf ttc Pn Pnri
I ri I1Tt > i I tI iiy wip rlnl tot it I fihmiH hol11ln I lintlie lintlieunlv hn 1 lice
nn I 0 < unlv lh th H that r limy must IIt not nlt Introrlucn Introrlucnnoiiinit Inlrnruc Inlrnruc1tllo1o
noiiinit 1tllo1o olctniMit wlileh IS hlh woull 1 pn pnt lmr lmrI >
1 1 wili wit t Ii th C Ii Uomocrau murll V At I JI thn I ho 1c I U
d 1 > if ntiiii nt they t ho leanix IOln V that I lint HIP I he 111 Ilill Ililli I Iil IilI
r n i ition I III t IO vi St4 < nlMiut nholt nt > ccu It as n a blir hI n loal II ns Phi the thei Ih t hi
i i nmlintil n hull taati jr IT tills I ttsi hi cninli lmntl 0tlrMigfl 0tlrMigflV lill lillin
V in l iooi ° cctnlcI loIMlul imciliin 1111 iiorloJ crIoi iift unr r the thei th thJ
i V i Iho ho vonrui 11 ulTrijo Ifnlo a voratc O RtO cero weroi Wlr WlrI
< i tint UnllrN ii nriM tin thI Irrlilini llln Iscin until 1111lUur aftur afturninn afrorV
V V ninn 1 tven vor < prurl pm t n for Then t hey 11
ft V V iiMau c t411 illill I in ui u mull 111 In I II i I the i ho tnrllTriueH IlrlI tnri if q ce ceV
p V fliiiv Ih lUrtnsn 10 Inf I of 1 Ynrv Nr I n lt jq n inat inatlii Inl InlII
lii II ullnnlliti eltilcit 11lnllul ioti Is I lmt 1 < tbi Tbf TI wo woto Vfl VflttVte 0
to wilt 111 until 1111 hilt I n I j cinirnicn 11111 COIIUHI COIIUHIIlre OAII OAIIll om
ll Ilre i n I mi Ullln itinqj i mil 1 i ttic tlo what whatil Ilal tlatI
I V 11 II il irti crtiA rli Vvil t IIl be 1 i e et
u ut 1 ii I iir ir i tiio IO i < e ami carry ar OTt It by byn
T I n n non lnllieielrl in Ihl ttm melghlwrhnnd hhhol1nd > l > orhoodof ot Kunsm KnI rite nrerr Irl
t II ti 1 it Ir Ir rr r i rlMnrm for irImg ric ricllr
t late r 4 1 i llr f oiifrov onlro tbnt tlul t tneti do 11 nut ut
r 1cr r indir1iuj
thiinis
IId vlrl1 1Olan iomieat thllks h ho
I hos proof Jroot to the contrary ontnr ontzar and nd IT I sh bT he r rel really lly
believes ll ilti en this thl It In Ju Jut t the mm M if It I w were r
0trUI true rho Wttttrn It II etrrn Lliili < Jim 1 IVnmnn Iml l published publlbe in r in n nenvtr
len lflvr envtr vci closes c fhD fdlculon dl dlectiuIot citiKlon 11 by 1 phylng phylngllulmindnci phyinichut TIII
llulmindnci Jul hut rn mn dr lorelhert 1 lbfr II nn quetllnn qunlon about abullL IL it
Home Homflm mes we w could ruloalro1 almott wl wish Ih h b le be reasoned uind Instead Insteadand Insteadriled
and AnI dldn dldnI t Pretend 1lnd Vi I lotei the world would ould b b be m mmurbmore eomuch
murbmore mlhlrb much mor more eomfortaUe ImIOIIC for to the deluded wOlo aliMrboudln allrboll ilterboud in
j that 4 M Mi t1 ese eseThat
i I That U I Jutt JIt like lA those loo Colorado Colorlo women
1 they IhlY huvo hlo got lot id iI idi I Ibuy Ib want 1nt and cu c1 flord lord
to Naure II Uck ek and iid Id then Ihln other women ni mn h have ve lo loItPPK 10i toslitTer
i sufer slitTer ItPPK for tfm Ih it I tl In lnegir 1Ir tceor olr cclt ctIciie tlP flies M 1 1cur ad adOlln and andwoitien
woitien Olln nu ouht t to kno know that 111 lice nfl way Uy to tolcur toaCCUrN
on
lcur aCCUrN cur the tll furor fTOr icvor of men l niotiiby M by bulhr uMiiB fly puper puperI PIf peipcrOne <
I On Ont One of our olr bentknown 11tlmon wrller WIr who ho Nets ireuvery NetsVCt3 e evlr
very vlr tired rl < of It being hlnl told 111 that thlt women are ar too tooI tooecetipinnctiJ
I I teutlmouttU ullnlll1 to tl bo I trusted tmolld with 111 tho ballot dlo wtnt wlil wtntacIiItieflt
i thNdeirtinenttoc Ihld cIiItieflt lnent 10cIlllln tOCgIIttiiritiiiti llrtttniitl > ntothnrenomln ntothnrenomlni lothn ronolll renonhiets renonhietsm
i lion lon I of Conerm in nniman nian iloulelle IOII die In i NUine altlioiuh Ilhouth
It I Is I not denied thnt Ihlt he 10111 lit IIIl lila an hi jncurablo nrlrahlo mental mentalt
t milady IIIAd and never eiw M au tMte 11111 his hl seat tnt nt Ills 115 con conNtltit conHUllelhulldml1 connIititenti
Ntltit HUllelhulldml1 nIititenti nti till admit thnt the Ih nomlnnilon norlnton In II purely purelyi Plr PlrI
i erjtlniontil tnlenl1l One Ifl nr of them 1111 i Is tiuoted IIUOld ns avituf avitufkin avlll
I s e witt ut the I tpec I tic got 01 Ih itiiry Iry I C lt he
kin 111 I sUn tun It wnl I tl l b be > happy hlpf < In lice lhe ylum I w wKin we weciri e
Kin 11 BUJI WI It I to have nobody In Comrresi fur us use 1 1Il itse
noboI uNrl
I Il reckon rrkln reckonot e km In get Iet seed Pr frum the tie other Conlrmen Conlrmenrrkln on ongreesnlen < rree < nien
Not ot wholly different Iltlrttt In Its I nature from IhU IhUexpression thLAlm thu thuaepreoion
expression Alm lon wai w the speech p < ch of Dr Ir WlllUin WlllUinfverett WIIII Wiiiictinvertt
fverett vrt vertt In Boston u I few rew diiyn dI utto IO Mt lt tho thoiiunclilnir Iho1lnhlnl
1lnhlnl I iiunclilnir of the Ihl newly formed turmr Nntlon atIonil lon1 l p pt rty >
Its t t koynote was Sp 1 wimt 111 ninethtni we 1 can canvole canotct an
vole 01 otct for fD He elcntdv Imlll mplr d dolred < lred 011IIII to KO throuch throu h
tho tim muttons ItuUOn of r ofttlnc MII a KUIot t lot 10 It I would wouldmako wouldmnko woill woillnikn
mako him feel relmorl fecirnora morn comfortable comfortable3r eomtortbln8plktl conifortbinSicoeking
3r 8plktl Sicoeking > eakin of mnllnMntallsin nlhnjntll Isnt Iullt it etteot e t In Inthe InII inlbs
the II lepuhllcan lppUhllll National Xnliolnllonllilel Comniiltee to I adopt a adecided aPh apInk
Ph PhInk pInk Ink a their lnrl arty fmblm eniblomn Inll anti R pink Ink At AtI atthat
I that al1 OI ow h he SiUTran tMlWtfttlOii lonl lnnt opt optdecided
decided rtldd upon 11n 1 1 t wttilnwer sutttlnw ullowr llrllA r u < 11111101 their Ihllr emblem Imhlcmn ImhlcmnInI rmhlena rmhlenaRrqit 11 n nenat
enat InI gaudy Ald blozlnr hllln sunnowor lnnoor Just because bCIUO
II II N such a stronr Irnl hnrcty Mrd Indeponaetit Indopndllt kloovun kloovunand blo blodlnl blOcWiflanti
and dlnl always aWI1 turns Us 1t r fnon tat to the Ih njnllaht mllht Why Wh WhIdnt
dldn Idnt t they 111 tho choose choo a iilnk llk or a violet or n anne unnwdrop RnO RnOdrop annedrop
drop or n Illy 11 hI of o th tilt vnUey mUr hut a practical practicaloommonHon practol practolOIIIOnI praottcil0OflhIIflfloOn
oommonHon OIIIOnI < irt utilitarian Htinrtower lnnnlrlht tinflowerthat that In Inll InIelf inliceIf
ll Ielf liceIf elf Is I a 1 slron strong trnnl 1114rfn nr nlunnt arinitnflt uinMnt n Ilaln1 ngninet nlnt giving 1lnl them themtho IhmIln titimalice
lice Iln ballot haloL tho th strangest slrQnccs In fact that over bAA bosbeenndvanccd hI bAAbeen
beenndvanccd beenndvanccdIn Irn been ad adin hnnld hnnldIn
In a I Presidential Ir campaign when hen women womennaturally womennurnJ womennttcrtUly
naturally nurnJ feel rll lrlntl sopewlmt ono111 cmJRlln slwlited Illlod belnir Ilnl com compelhd cnmf11lln cornpeiiil
pelhd f11lln to take a I back b I vat t mid l rw t nelthur Iplthor Keen Keennor eennnor n nnor
nor hoard hOBd It Is quite fII n Imlm to I their wounded woundedprldn wOller woianiertpride
pride frll to receive lllI CI one ne little 111 nleam Il am of reooanltlon reooanltlonIn I fliun fliunIIA
In IIA the sh siM alinpe x of r CMorffe Oorl borg fred ffe red lllaniss 1110 endless endlessj eldlu eldluehnn etidJe3chAn
j chancircuar chancircuarTo chAn 11111r 11111rTo elreiitat elreiitatTO
To the ons OD and Ind daughter daurhle of ollhr liberty It I has been beenilten benCI110 beengiven
given CI110 lolbe Ic the Dfmocrmlc Itmoerlc party L1r1 to become bcme the sole < olede oledei de detnde deI
i lender tnde of I the Ilp conMltutlonal rontuUonll llbeitv b bequeathed bIUllbfl to us usby u uI ub uuby
by b thfathers Ih Ilhu trichees against despotic dt poUo 1 t and unconstitutional unconstitutionalluternment unrn uneonettlutlonilguvernenent lllonal lllonalrUfrnrfnl
luternment luternmentWhile rUfrnrfnl rUfrnrfnlhle guvernenentWhfle
I While hle it ttj I Is hoped hupe that some 0Df may be b ahl ale to eon eontribute eo eotibul contribute
tribute tibul nire l re than 21 Z c ccnl cents nls no amounts mounl will wi appear appearun a ur urI
un u thli 1 lieu S roll tt honor il000rI n
I I hate UIMfh UIMfhn faith that rihe the wintn mC of I New u ew England wl wi wiI 1 1eareriy 1I
I eagerly < erl Uke IkP ihli Ibl oprxriunlty opPfunly to serte e thEIr Ihel country countryand cunl counleyand
and to them I particularly prlrulArr uppVal IPlal for help helpMr helpIr heipMr
I Mr Ir Williams 1am unlqsa I he has twin bn grievously grievouslymlsrojitesemed Irlolsl Irlolsl1111Nl18IIAd grievouslytiilaroinseiitod
mlsrojitesemed 1111Nl18IIAd d 3 does Ill > s not 101 hold that tho father fatherlieqieithud tntherlIIQIfllu1 latticesiI011h01
lieqieithud IIQIfllu1 to tl womon w0101111 the constitutional InIUlltlllllbrl InIUlltlllllbrlr liberty libertyof
of r a votelnthoCiovermnen vol vole In Ih tho OOIlrnIol oetfltiierit but lut ho hI doethelle do does hle hleIhat line linethat > e ethat
that their silver Ullr niinrtcrs flnrlNS are 11 worth orlh just JIII as asmuch asm
I much as f a a mins 1115 la u campaign lallICII He 10 has hi faith faiththat falh falhIhat faiththat
that the woiren will wi oauorly tlel tako to this thl oppor opportunity aPInrtunl opcortitnity ¬
tunity tunl to servo fe tbolr country and Ind perhaps perhapsthiv rrhlpi rrhlpiIh perhapsthII
thiv Ih will wl as aU a it Is I thin lio only nfl Illlnd > Itlnd 01 an opportunity opiiortunltywhich oPlrtully oPlrtullylh opportunitywhich
which lh will wiil 1 bo oftored orortd thorn tlom them Itoilly Iolr It It U worth worth2centsjii9ttobo worth2ScntsjtsttObe
2centsjii9ttobo 2 cntaJnt to W remembered rememberedThat remelberd remelberdThat rernecnberedThat
That was M a great let speech fch of Col r oh l Brian DIa In InSt I ix ixt
St ft t Ixmls Ioul last Ist week lI bared wllon bapedon on the lbelnqulrwhelber lbelnqulrwhelberIho Inquiry whether whethertho
tho lice young oln OUAZ mate 111 Abssloin wan a sale 5le Seven Bevtnpropositions Sennpopeltine Sevenpropositions
propositions popeltine were advanced 111 oned In rllrd regicrd re urd to the themfely Iheufely theiufcty
mfely ufely of this young OUII 4fntlmiun 6fltltlln an personified lronlfledby r onlned onlnedI
by I the Ih sons II of the present l1r ent day dlr The Tboloncl8fol conclusion conclusionreached conclusionreacied
reached seemed Irmd to be h that under eilatlng tfltn6 con condltloiiH cc ccditiono
dltloiiH dilol they are Ire on 01 the l e brink Irl rLuk of u ruin ru n That thata COi U Ua I
a point however 10wor which I I tho politicians pollclanl must mustsettle mut8ttlo niuctsettiC
settle 8ttlo among nmol ihcmsBiveH Ihem e What hat Interest Illurla us usli usII usis
li whether the Ih youtig women are In any an dancer dancerIn dan dancrIn lr lrIn
In all 11 this thl long ion OUII nddrce ntdreh the Colonel C1101t1 hJver ver tr de devoted tp do dototed ¬
voted one Iolal colitary olUar > fentenco Flnleno to them When Whenorators Wbnortol hen henorators
tem
orators ortol talk t1 about tho people > o le women feel feelthat tfl tflthA feeithat
that thA they come In I on the Hide 8tcI ny e to epeak epeakbut epeokbut rtak rtakbut
but in Ibis lii case rse younu oUII men ln only onl were rr specified specifiedEiamlu lPcled lPcledElnml1 opocifledEeneieIie
Eiamlu Elnml1 for a moment momtnt the seven ev1 polnu poin of thU thUspeech Ihf Itchipooch
speech The monetary syetemn ttcm volume of
pIeh Tht monetr sy IY6tCm money moneynational monoynatIonal
national Dltoll debt taxes tlN corporate orpral Interest trial trialb trn trnb triaL triaLby
b by jury arbitration Bullmtoldo arbitraUoudo do theo tle fleet otrt men alone alonebehalf aloneIt
loR
I It not why I was 11 the aPPal appeal made only In tioir tioirbehalf Ilr IlrbehAlf
behalf behAlf I ii the thE future of young women 1omn of no nocon noconounr noconequenee
con conounr conequenee e < iuenc If the Interest Inler t of the two are arebound arebound arebound
bound up together togthlr why not recognize relnlz both bothIn bolhIn bothiii
In discussing dl9cuulnl the th situation Iitualon Four years nrs ago agocertain alI agocertain
certain Crnln women omn were claiming dalrnc with great frMt Joytictit Joy Joythat Joythtn
that they Ihf tad hd a glorious Ilorlol new f champion In Mr MrBryan Mrryan Ir IrIrnn
Irnn Bryan ryan This Tis campaign mmpfrn ho has hs yielded rlede to plUC poiiUcsexpediency political politicaltpedlency
expediency epdnc and Ignored Imetd their teir existence existenceA exllence exllencepromlnnt
A prominent newspaper Mepapr wys wysThe ey eyTbe uysThe
The reported reprlfd enthusiasm of thewominof the wmn women of Wltcoo Wltcooiln WI WiseoaMn J
iln for Teddy fetterIng I te Olurnr but not 11 exactly ucl auurlnr auurlnrWalt auurinWalt urlnr urlnrWal
In Walt Wal till 11 he eels ri to Utah Colorado ClorAdo Idaho and VYyora VYyoramini Wommil Wyoramint
mini mil for aoinethlur the fh watlngol there thereEven Ibere thereEven lnrol feminine fmlOlne bandltercblef land eclldl oounki oounkifor ounL ounLlor counksfor
Even hO < o There Thr Is I nothing ntlnc quite so empty emptyas Impty ImptyM
as votelf VoteiC enthusiasm A A favorite favorle avorlle Faying eaIf of ofJusan ofSusan <
Susan SU51 B Anthony nlhUI alwayt haa bl been bn I will willparty willnot
Antonr awai wl wlnot
not wave aTI m my hlLllkertlet hantlkercilef for An arcs poltlc poltlcPln political politicalparty
party Pln so 0 lori long as 1 I cannot clno rote vol for tlr anr 11 Whllo Whllothin Whlo WhlotlHlnl Whilothtti
thin continues nll to ti lx I > the ca 1 CM e It would wOlld be mow mowdlcnlfled morIhnnld morsdionifled
tlHlnl dlcnlfled Ihnnld fer women to bottle botle up II their feelings feelingsThere tfUDS tfUDSThlrl feelingsThere
There Thlrl may be ttmw ttm when men appreciate rredll the theflutter Ihl theflutter
flutter nlur of a dainty handkerchief handk rchlot but blt a political politicalrally plllcll plllcllrllh politicalrally
rally rllh Is not nt one onl ran of them It I means mtan Jurt Jue a 8 much muchto
to 101 a candidate as would wOlld a procession oon of o Chinese Chinesebeating Chlneebmlng Chineebetlng
beating tomtoms in his hi honor honorIJv Jrocl hnor hnorII honorIlv
bmlng IJv the war IV what wlA doe d nor 00 Roosevelt R elt mean meanby meanb
by b II Oiit frequent trlflnt remark of hi tile All Allh Au those who whoare whoR whoate 1
are not fol men are women Doe nO he h Intend to toconvey tonf toconvey
convey R Uin tIe Idea that if they 110 tico are ar not stalwart stalwartand etalwartarid lalwAnMe
and nf do tll not vote ynt 01 the Ih straight talhl ticket IlrkP the shall shallnot Ihal Ihalnol shallnot
Me not enlov nlm the Ih distinction c1tnllon even tTn of mugwump mugwiflnppbut
but blt must come re down to the tle political plta mUMJtP mUMJtPblt level of a awoman awomnn awoman
woman mue How ow can any an man ma brook brek such Ich nn nnInsult anInlult nninsult
Insult InsultIn InlultIn insultIn
In Comptroller Comrlroler CoUri Cnl reoent address InIh Inthe In Inthe
the Ih Church of the Erilprmny Pnlphanr Brooklyn Irookln he said naldTo saidio nld
To 0 teach trRcl Food cltljenshlp elbnohln Is the part par of the theChurch Ih Ihhurch theChurch
Church All Al 0c citizens should Ihould attend alpnd the prlma prlmari prll prieniene
ri ne Hn H overlooked o rlooke the fact tlt that most mlt of ofthose nftho1 ofthose
those rt tho1 whom the Church Clurh has II an In opportunltrto opportunltrtoteach oPIrllnlrlo oPIrllnlrloIp opQrtccnitytotoach
teach Ip ch are MI unable 11M hII to exercise rl the hlehest t1h t duty dutyof rllh rllhot deityof
of cltlrershlp lllrhp and are nr barred hlrl out of the prima primaries fri rmrlinarleq ¬
ries n With Wlh women WOlen Ine disfranchised drrlnhl td It Is I of little littleus IIJ IIJI
us I fo talk tal politics Iollc to the Churches ChurchesEvidently Churchls ChurchlsF1drnlly ChurcheEvidently
Evidently the Inhabitants Inh hlanl of Salem Mass Masshave Marshn laMhav
have hn F1drnlly t not received rfpher Mr lr HannaH lnn orders to toeliminate 10elmlnal toeliminate
eliminate elmlnal all nl freak trolk features ulurl from the cam campnljtn cm cmJ1 campalm
palm n At a Republican demonstration 1ontrllnn n few fewnlentfl twnllll fewnIhtm
J1 nlentfl nllll a I A4 o time Ihl Rpublfln new ntw club lb of HIm Wltrheo WIh 1J6 1J6strong 1 1Ilronl irstrong
strong Ilronl turned out Olt In full tll uniform unltor The Tb nien pienworn nienworn
worn orn pallor bats hnl red r nnd white whlo skirt blue blueEton rlln rllnorn ldiieEton lle lleElon
Eton Jackets Jlckll pllor and n carried cnrd < brooms hroo The lIA officers officerswnro on1 omcejewore
wore white whl tnrhaaq Ilrbln white hle skirts klr with lh red redflounce rdnOln redl1otlne
flounce nOln p white hlll Fton Jacket Jalkrl with llh red lapels lapeliand IIIII IIIIInnd lapelsand
and shirt p frt waists alll with lh fancr tanc bosoms bosomsN boeomthin om omSellin
N Sellin thine thin ml < mv we wem Ie lint thinking thlnklf that If Ifa Ita Ifa
a body hod nf women were trl ere to dies rlr o In mens rnln clothes clothesnnd Iloth Ilothand eiothceand
and parade the streets there would be e serious seriousdoubts serIousdoubts rlou rloudoubl
doubts ai a to their Ihtl Jtrets fltneu tlne for the ballot ballotAt balol balolAt ballotAt
At the New York ork fitate fIRI Fair FiiI recently held heldIn hldIn heldIn
In Srrnruse Hnr n woman olnn carried off of first rl prize for forher torhr forhor
her hl beee > > ees and three Ihrf first trt Clrl prizes plzM for her hlr honey honeyanother lon lonanthr honeyannthr
another anthr took Inl highest hlIt honors nnof for apples lp I rJur rlurns rlurnsand plurnqand
and pears pl r In the live stock Itodc department dIarlmln Mrs MrsA Ir IrA
A J J Wilson WIon of I Pittafield PllfAld Ohio Ohl was 1a awarded awardedflvn Awarlll AwarlllOTO awArdedfive
five IrM 1 prles for her Yorkshire nrhblr hog hogThis ho hoTh hogsThis
This Th Ir recalls rcal IrM the 111 fnct that Miss I Laura 1lma Clay Claythe Claythe IB IBth
the th worth wolh kinswoman kln omnn of Henry nr Clv c li Is I n nnut B1T0 ascnceeful
nut 1 successful I co tul farmer tarnlr nnd nd Mockralrer I krll pr at ntWMtehnll atWtlphnl atWt1tohnhi
WMtehnll Wtlphnl 1T0 KV R She makes m k a sjeclnlly IfPcltl of sup supriving supniving up upohln
riving the market markf1 with lh Ihe lie bel oualltv OI III of ofbtiin nthlll ofhiliti
btiin hlll arm n eert d Miss clay 111 Is I a member of ofthn orUt ofttte
1
thn Ut National 1111nR Kuffrago HIJralo Board POlre and President Presidentnf Prlolrlnt Prlolrlntt
nf t the Kentuckv lluck Equal EgIA Bights lhl Association AssociationShe Alalol
She h 110 ha hM selected her Ir fines nn + rIg rll ana nnt anti I Is fattening fatteningIt ralfnlnl
It for the opIIe ftuffraiTO iutfraro Baar to be t > c held Ihlln In Ner York VorkIn Yorkin or1
1 In December mhpr ttir1 It tn t Is not decided < rt I whether whetherIhe whethorthe hlhlr hlhlrIho
the shote will wi be b shipped hhJPIIIO to that cltv I and Ind old oldto lld lldIn oldto I
to the highest t bidder or < r disposed 1 rMld of em I In Us i it native nativeState native14tito nth nthHlllo
State Hlllo but Its I owner nlr I pot sarlnir Irlm the 110 corn cornand cornand rn rnInr
and It Is I expected that WH hI nigshln rllhln will wi furnish furnishthe furnishtteet
the Inr Ihl sinews IlnI I rlftoc of war WI or part pnr rf them for the thnnext tu tunll thenext I
next t ruffragn o campaign Imfll n A good tnnnv Innl cony nf thn thnfarmers lI tb tbfarmetra
nll rlrl lJoe
farmers wives who id cannot lnol read their title titleclear Ille IlledMr titledear
rlrmI IM roe
clear to a pig rll aro fatteplnrc rnlIlnn n chicken I1pn or o a I duck duckto duckin duckto
to in be laid on the Ih nltnr Ir < f Im II cvise cviseIDA II4 II4ltit
nlt IDA 11 II 1 strri ITI lUtiPKn lUtiPKnrnr 111 111Til llenpEnrivr
rnr Til COST 0T or 01 oPEnnrmoas ir4 ir4Knnrmoas 14R 14RFnnr
Knnrmoas Fnnr oa S Sum wm m for forEngletid England Iolhad to ray 1ay for the theSouth Ile IleSoolh theSouth
South African Afrlr n riropalgn riropalgnRecently Cmpalsnflntr impalgnTtecetntiy
Recently flntr some om < Interesting Intrnptnl data dntl hare ha been beenpublished brn brnplhUhe beenpnihllehed
published plhUhe regarding rlnrdlll the Ihf transportation Ianroralon of oftroops otIrot oftroops
troops Irot horses hol hors and material mltprlal to South Africa Africabasd Atrla Atrlahld AfricabROd
basd hld on official omrli report reportBMwcen roporil roporilOCI roportaBtwiPn
BMwcen Oct 20 2 2 and June Jlno 0 Mt 31 transports transportsleft IrnMPorl1 IrnMPorl1Ifl
left England Jnlland for the I h neat 11 of war carrying IRrnlnc on onhocird i i iboard
board lism I II men tpn sflS3l horn hon s too 40 gun UM nnd nodlcIi I
1031 111 wngotw wnlnn Moreover about 11011 34000 34o horwM horwMcame ho horam horsetmerain
came from Australia Aulral ArgtnllPa ArlIII1 Arc retina nnd nd Sew II Or Orlcnn Orkln Orleone
leone kln < and nld lOono 101 were brought Irolhl by b the colonial colonialtroops coloninltroope
troops Iro Finally Fnn rinnl I soinnif00mulc coma 7 7Ucc r IU intlico I wernslilpl were lmlhlr eldpetd eldpetdfrom > > ed edfrom
from thn Ih United tnlld Htntes lnlll Itniy 111 India 1rcIB and nd Spain Spainmaking SpaInmaiclog
making 111 a total of lviiino 1f l animals The TI aver avernge alr av avrIco
rIco ni prlo r10 of limo purchased plrlhlc abroad was Wa 177 177for 7 7ror 7for I
for horns tints and < 107 for mules 11111 Th cost net 1 of trans transport tranprtn tranaporting ¬
prtn porting port inc the 111 troopuwak Iraor Iroorawatahout Iroorawatahoutlnr al about 70noocon 70nooconTor 100
Tor Ih thi honpltu hOnln f ari rvf rvl tliT1 wero II I gen general genoral n norll ¬
oral orll hospitals hMlal 5 permanent 1lman < nl hospitals hlpllll arid 27 27Held 2 nhold
Held Id lirwpltaK bside h ieH l barer companies companieswith Imponll Imponllwlh companieswill
with wlh n per pereonrirI lonnJ onml ff lt I0 I military mtlnrr surgeons lrlponl s 38 3W1 3W1civil i icivil
civil 11 uron ur eom > rw I 3c nursi8 ni aWI ro men of the thehrsi I lb lblir5litII1 h hhl
hl lir5litII1 hrsi I111 itiil corp t iA v > voluntcerx ojunllr l2ia 12 > men of ofth ofiii I IIh
th St John Ambulanc muullnr Corps Ilrr orp4 nnd ian 1 men Tpn of oftic j jth
th li MilitIa 1111 Arnbulanc Arhuln Corps urp Finally flnAI two twohwpttal Iwohplnl twohopitai I
hwpttal hplnl trains nnd four rOlr hospital bMIlnl ships hlP were werewnt werent rrA rrAnt
wnt nt out from England EnglandBetween EnglandBetween nIIBn1
Between 1 < lwn Oct t 5 and April Apri 5S 2 702 10 ships IhIJ of a atotal nInIal atotal
total tonn 10nnRr itn capacity al cl of 2P1744 2r 7U tons tOll urte urterhmered wriecluttered 1rl 1rlrUrrld
cluttered rUrrld for carryliu lrrII ammunition and sup supplies SlP suptiets ¬
plies I tiets and about IS lnno AO tons Inl of meat m nl coal coalfodder cal calrlMr coalfddr
fodder rlMr Ac tI wiTf rf lliI hllp1 iiilIfeI d from rrtm England Fnlllnd and nndfon Dndorllll1r andfor
for orllll1r ico gn port jionsFor portFor
For ih 1iwinl Service < rvh fi7i telegraphers Irl < rnphlf nnd nndnVio nndII1III aridrntnt
nVio II1III iiostal ofllciais 01111 wen Wlr required rqulrld for the II enor enormous fnor fnormnlL enortfloiL ¬
mous mail mnl which hlh for 0 example xamll xoflipi on one day dlT dayMay I i iMay
May Ia 1 In > ninountd OHltd lo 313416 I U letters IIUI and Ml llcs I IVis
Vis cs newaiuptr n newac ipcr paiUng aacga A Finally Inll ur ti to the theid theiid
5 iid id < < f Mu tIuc 1 upr > th thA t1I trrn veta i bad h c brought rnIl1 hack hackto I Ito
to Ir Fngland nllnue ll3i3slcJi 13131Ic ofn omCr5nd o1ctrand rsand men menI J Ji
i Ml 1 4 t J tt 1 t ri e
POKMS IOS VTOHTfl rOllTI WOflT nitADIIfO nitADIIfOTh nfADINQ nfADINQn flilA DING DINGTb
Th Tunisia Tnutn Mil MilJuly uiJuly 1 1ul
July ul 141 1 i4 1100 1100ii > 00 00Hi OOft
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Can any In foreigner arriving In this Ibl country rountr vote voteafter oe oeall ot4attt
after a residence of one rear If to o please luI name nameWat nAmatllAIt namelitate
Wat or Stales illIln In which ne h can do doI so o
1 Il UAcnoNALD UAcnoNALDIf JoUcnoli ALD ALDII
If lIe ran vote oleln In a number of States lI withIn a year of ofhis 01hla ofhi
his hi arrival Ttiea States ttte talt are mostly moaU Western ultrn and andSouthern andInulbern anduthem
Southern uthem fllau the Ih nearest of them II Indiana IndianaIn IndianaIn
In which hlrb of the Ih two countries Australia nr a South SouthAfrica SouthAfrica 1Ilh 1IlhAlrlra >
Africa would ould you ou advice a couple IIlpl of young oun fellows fellowsto
to atari Ilarlln siart In the Ih cattle raising rllhln bumneaathat bU Is to start starton starson I Ion
on somebodys omeindy ranch and An work up Are there any anynlher An AnIhp anythe
nlher the countries which would b be < better lo go gala to for the theaamr IbeMm theearn
earn ilarlt start II I I II IISouth II IIfoulh Iiouth
South Africa Is not a cattle rlllllrahin raising country rounlr In InIhe InIh irsthe
the Ih usual aenar of nllhe the term So you will hate to try tryAustralia II IIAUlualla tryAuattaiia
Australia though we think youll 01111 do better out West Westthan WillIhlln Westthan
than arroaa the Ib water waterWas walrW watetWa
Was W Wa there ever a time when hen there existed IAlrd between betweenIhe tP1fnIhe betweenthe
Ihe United Mate Sill Ie and Canada a reciprocity treaty treatywhich treatywhich
which blrh amounted to free Ire trade JOHN olimux olimuxA tflloe tflloeA
A reciprocity rrnprn IIY treaty allowing practical free Irr trade tradeexisted IrAdullfd tradeelided
existed between the Untied State and Oreal llrltaln llrltalnapplying 1I1l8InIIpplYlnr lniiairiapplying
applying only to I the laltera Canadian colonies rolonl be between h hIwen between ¬
tween Sept 11 1854 IM and March 17 IMl lAM Under Underthi UnolrIhl Underthis
thi this treaty all food products all raw rll materials and andmany iteimany n1 n1mllny
many half manufactured hlllmanllllund articles Artlrl pasted free Itt from fromone IrOinone fromone
one country rounlr to the other otherU olhnII
II the value Iu of gold determined by b Its purchasing purchasingporer purrhulnrJIlIr purchasingpoaet
porer or lisa It a fixed value Iue which no volume of Its Itsproduction IIIplodurllon It Itproduction
production can disturb 0 I U UThe I IThe iThe
The value Iu of gold Is determined by b Ita ii purchasing putchaalngpower purdllulnrpo purchasingpower
power po which change le I lea a than that of any other olhtimeasure olhumMurr othermeasure
measure nf value lIlu It does fluctuate however how r See SeeLaughllns MreLauchID beelAughlins
Laughllns IHnulalllMU In the United States StatesWho 5tatesWho IalfWho <
Who Is I Horatio C King ICinrof of Brooklyn I Is see that
he b Is referred lo as General Where he did be gel rllhl rllhlrt the theright therliht
right rt < hI to that title Is he h a Civil War lIr veteran Ittan He Hemust It liemust I IrnUal
must have ha seen tn tome sreie rvlce rI as II ilIA la said 11101 he wears a nmedal amrelAI amedal
medal of honor What did he do to entitle nllli him lo lothis tothis
this Ihl and how 110 did he h gel II a 3 K r C CHoratio clIorllllo cHortlo
Horatio Cotllnt 1II1D < King It I a Drooktyn lawyer lie Heserved lielieuId lieseeved
I
served during the Ih war ar from August ISM 1M to October OctoberIBM
IBM 18 and was WA muttered out at a a brevet Colonel lie Hegot lierol liegot
got hi bh title 1111 of General as Judge Advocate General Generalof leruetalof
of the Ih National Ouard of ollhl this State an office ntll which whichhe whlrhhe whichice
he held from ISSJ to lt7 lIt He received the Ih medal medalof
of honor for bravery brlltt at IIllht the battle of Five Forks ForksKindly ForksRindiy ork orkIndly
Kindly explain the Hundred Daysof DAS 01 Napoleons Napoleonscareer Napoleoncareer Ipolmn Ipolmnr
career r I find nd that Iblllihe the Hundred Hays Is from Ironl1farrh March
20 to June 22 ISIM 181 this Ihl l only onl ninety nlnIlnur four days daysWai d daysVa3 I
Wai It exactly lImo days IlKAlinn IlKAlinnThe 1I ltlAIernThe ulm ulmThe
The Hundred Days were IIr rather more or rather ratherlesj rlhrIu estherless
less than 100 days really the number depends dependson dprndon
on the date from which hlrh they are e reckoned reckonedNapoleon rerondlpolroD reckonedNapoleon
Napoleon landed near Antlbej on March I ISIS ISISand ISUand 181 181and
and abdicated on June 22 theae dates rover a period periodof
of 114 I U I 4 days At Grenoble on March 7 he first began beganto
to receive recruits trull to June Iun 22 Z would be 104 10 days daysThe dArThl daysThe
The Hundred Days VI however are counted r unltd generally generallyfrom rnullllyIrom generallyfrom
from Ihe date of his return lo Fontalnebleau March MllrhZOo
20 ZOo and In that case they are not a complete rom lel hundred hundredI
I Who wits Dick Whtlllntlon 2 What hlll Is meant
by b PanAmerican i Is I there a baby h4b Ineubntor
Institution In Paris Arh and In what pan of the rill
Kindly give me the Ih street and number U tusslhfe Iht
Also please plfAAI1 let me know If there U 1 such an InMltutlon In tltullon
In this country II l L II III ilI
I Dick Whlttlnilon was WII a London apprentice apprenticeyounger apprnllroUDrr apprenticeyounger
younger son of Sir William de Whllyngdon and was wasborn WIOborn we weborn
born about ISM He II married his hl masters daughter daughtersucceeded dlurhltlurrudrd daughtersucceeded
succeeded to his business bUIIM and was wa Lord Mayor of ofIondon orJondon ofLondon
London In 1J97 14 unfl < ° V C and 1418 he h died childless In InUta
1423 leaving hit fortune lo charitable hrIlA > I objects obIO There Therela Till TillI
la I 4 famous legendary history bllor of Whlttlngton the thegist IheCUI thegist
gist of which appears In many mAD books for children rhUdrrnZ
2 PanAmerican means inant AllAmetlcan pon U the theGreek IbeOruk theOreek
Greek for all li 3 We think so we do not know knowwhere knowwbtr knowwhere
where It Is There lt I no such Institute In this hula city citythough nlYIbollcb cityihough
though Incubators are used when needed In both bothhospital bolbboatollal bothhospital
hospital and private practice practicet
I beard the Ih statement 111mfDllbAI that an Orangeman belonging
to an Orangeman society could < not be an American Americancttlien mtrtellnrlUun rnerteancitinen
cttlien from om Ihe fact IlIcllllal that he forever swore or allegiance allegianceto
to the lb Queen of England I am under und the Impression Impressionthat
that 1h4llhLl ihu Is I not so Can you lU enlighten me T TWe TW TWe
We W think Ihe statement Alfmen la Incorrect IncorrectWill Inrorrrllot incorrectWill
Will you oui tell eJ reglaterlnr r rl lays y In Greater New York Yorkfor Yorkfor r
for the benefIt Ien or travelling I men who are about bn to o
leave Ie town on their fall trip so as a to make mak arrange arrangement arrllnrmfnllo srrancerelent ¬
relent mfnllo lo register nler either before leaving or to run In from froma
a nearby neArb distance 418IaD as we do not desire dt lre to lose our om vote votethU voleIbl8 votethis
this fallt fail S II S SThe Rrhe 5The
The registration days this year far are Friday Oct
12 Saturday Oct 13 1 Friday Oct 1 III and Saturday SaturdayOct 8lur4 8lur4Orl
Oct 20 20Can 10Can 0
0CAn
Can you tell me of the present state 11 of our navy navythe nlfYIbe OSTTthe
the number of first and second oond claa warships trans transports IrAJIepor transports ¬
ports por Ac c Number um btr of men cost ro 1 of vessels eel Ac AtC
C C a aThe nThe ItThe
The navy of the Ih United States Is In excellent UftllDIIOIJo UftllDIIOIJodlllon con condition rondillon ¬
dition It conslals r of fourteen first rate 11 vessels of ofwhich orwhlth ofwhich
which six are first class CIA battleships and one ls a see seoood 510ood seeond
ood claas el battleship of nineteen second raters five fiveof neof Aveof
of them large arc monitors of 47 third rate rill vessels 8 of ofthem 01Ihrtn ofthemiunall
them themiunall small monitors monitorand and 18 1 gunboats 78 7 76fouzlh 1 fourth raters ratersmoat rAlumM ratersmoat
moat mM o of them gunboats 21 llor torpedo do boilv and 17 bat battleships b41luWp battieships ¬
tleships luWp cruisers and monitors and 21 torpedo boat boatdestroyers b lAIdestrorera boatdestroyers
destroyers and seien f fn torpedo ordo boats under und construe construelion construcion
lion The Tb navy ha bas about 17000 officers and men menIhe menIhe menthe
Ihe Marine Corps orflll about 0000 officers and men with vrlthabout wllhaboul withattot
about 1000 more men wanted We cannot tell Ihe Ihecost Iheresl thecost
cost of each vessel vesselWould veaselWould uMIWoutd
Would you ou Inform me m of the Ih meaning of the word
Osteopath that follows a number of doctors doelo names
I have hA seen In various rlou parts of the clt rll1 city t J D W WOsteopath WOllfflpalh tVOsteopath
Osteopath U I a word recently rnl1 coined on the Ih analogy analogyof
of bOBJCoyath Ac r It means one who practises practisesorteopathy practisesosteopathy i
osteopathy Osteopathy Is I a new medical doctrine doctrineabout doctrineabout I Iaboul
about like Christian Science and th the Schlfferdecker Schlfferdeckerwater
water cure Its II practitioners are not doctors legally legallywe Itulllwe
we think It refers all diseases lo the bones we e think thinkA
A soldier 101011 now drawing a pension believes he b ran rangoto eAnro canto
goto ro 10 a soldiersborne 01011 bomr and there live and sill UII draw his hispension hi hipension hipeO100
pension money monf as before Can he U I II I IThe n nTh ItTies
The Th law requires him to surrender his bl pension when whenbe whnbe whenbe
be enters a home when hrn he h leaves we w presume prt um his hispension hl hlpeMlon hispension
pension revives without any arrears arrearsAtsumlnr Arna ArnaAI arrearsAssuming
Assuming AI uml nr the Ih Governor of a State after his dec electlon
lion ion but before taking IlIkln office Is found to have hI been beenInelltlble bfnInlIrlble beenIneligible
Ineligible before his election who bo becomes Governor GovernorIt
It J C CThe CTbe CThe
The logical procedure would be for the lb elected Lieu IleutenantOovereor JIuIfnAnlOonrnor LieuienarutMoerteor
tenantOovereor to be sworn In asneb a as arh and then to tobe 0be tobe
be sworn In as Governor to I nil a vacancy canry The quits question quitsion ¬
ion bu II never arisen In practice practiceIn
In connection with a notice 0011 pf Richard DAlton DAltonWilliams OllonWIIIIm fltltonWilllms
Williams I would say at that F 11 Is I In error ror when whenhe whenhe hn hnhf
he writes rillS that a romreny IOmlan of a Maine rcelmrnt MA MAtloned etationed III III1I0nd
tloned M tTr ThlbodrllX ihibodeaen13 > lbodeau ushas hae placed a monument there thereover Ihffloffr thereover
over the grave rave r cf I WUlams The monument monumentplaced was wasplaced a aplllrtollhfft
placed plllrtollhfft there by I the soldiers of Company C and Com Company ComrAn Cornpany ¬ i
pany rAn K 1 < commanded respectively by b Capts apte Connelly Connellyand ConnIIAnti ConreelliAnd
and Healer nf the Kthlh New 0 Hampshire Volunteers VolunteersConnelly oluinteereennneli Iunlf
Connelly afterward becsrn MAjor of th the sam same am > regi regiment rrlf1 retimerit ¬ I
merit He knew C Or > r Williams In Dublin Ireland IrelandThe lrsirndlime I
f1 f1lmfl lmfl lmflnrir nrir k ntn r I
The member of both M cnmrnsles mentioned I were men mennt menor
nt Irlth birth or r arrntac rarrlla > and nd were recruiter rrln rrlndrsllr frln frlnrtrllh mm mmclpsii
drsllr In Manchester N II or In Us II Immediate Immediatetlrtnlty Imm tmmetlatesirInit IAI I
tlrtnlty sirInit lrlnIIY Major Connelly died about twelve years yearseo nn searsSF0
SF0 eo lie WAS unmarried I anti had no relatives In InVew I Iew
Vew ew llampblrc lI lIem em r rrm rm Ills body hod l was taken In tlr I Ieeii Ieeiiand el eland a
and burled there Ashort 0 horllme time Mlerward his hllmunIU hllmunIUmen country countrymen cnmlnir cnmlnirmen ¬
men In New S Hampshire remembering what be had hllddon haddoTee I Idone
done for poor Williams had hit hI remains returned to tohis toa tohi
his hi adopted a Slat They ihues were relnterred n In SI SIJoenhs SIJnoephs
qn lr h ll i inlltlY
Joenhs Cemetery In l Manchester I and a granite graniteGaelic graniteincur n
Gaelic nlltlY cross rrn placed rIArX over his hi rrn rave This may Appear AppearIn Ar tllr tllrr
In b he a small matter hut historically heietorirall rl It outlet tn he hecorrect becorrect
correct r J The It Ta fact that tnlon wildlers I 1 had rrb rrb1I1 voliip voliiptartly 1I1 1I1IAlllr
tartly contributed IOnlrlbulllowArd toward the Ih erection rllon of A monument monumentto I Ito
to an ardent Confederate of their own blond < II one oneworthy oneorth oneworthy
worthy orth of mention JOHN 1011 1 C IIMMIAN IIMMIANJav JJNFNJail IJMleacJay
Jail Kav KayWe Wt do not no1l1now know knowany any An ll list t of ofactor actors ar1 r who whohad IIhohad whohad
had been n printers printersJ
J U 0A man whose wbn e twenty Ienl first birthday falls on onNov 011o onNov
Nov o 7 may vote ole on Nov NovrToUlnMr o oIt 6 6I
It I rToUlnMr GoUIn Mr nichard Croker was born In t SU SUhe 1813le > 43 43m
m le he Is now no only anI f a > 7 years old oldrtfmnTb oldnl oldfllusnTbt
rtfmnTb nl Th Metropolitan Traction Company bai baiteased blSleLSd ha haleased
teased the Third Avenue road for 880 years yearsA Ia IaA
A M A horses hoe neck Is Imply Ilmpl ginger ale AI Ice Iceand Iraand Ic IcsOd
and the Ih rind of a lemon It hat no liquor In It Itofno I Iratll iilaenb
ratll ofno r Incurable Insanity la not a ground for fordivorce lordlorre fordivorce
divorce In any an State except excerurbi North nrlll Dakota and Idaho IdahoTUIialrtb IdahorlfsdtI Aho AhoF1I14Plh
TUIialrtb B Jr CThe C Th The history of Mr Gladstone Gladstoneswork GIdlonfwor1c Gladstonework
work for Ireland has not been written yet In book bookform b001clorm bookform
form formIT
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IT O n If pennyroyal dried or fresh 11 or as an nil nilPerflan nilplan nilferian
Perflan plan Insect powder sulphur fumes lum all are said to tobe 10bI tobe
be good rooc1lo to drive fleas away awayn 8AYn awayn
n II tt rtiShakespcare lIo1JrtlShAkeAPf makes rnlk ifatttflh la the theplay IheplAY theplay
play rf I thai name say of KIng Duncan of Scotland ScotlandAfter SrollAndAller ScotlandAfter
After lifes IlIe fitful fever he h sleeps lftP well wfllC wellC
C < 7 E i f C We r do not believe you ou can enlist If one oneof on oneof
of your 011 fingers flnceesisclittitnd Is t stiff < and Immovable Immnrabllhrtllrrtnourh ImmnrabllhrtllrrtnourhANlIrlln imrnnmablethere there are enough enoughapplicants enoughapplicants
applicants whose wbo fingers are Ar not slllt sllltK stiltI
I K n S A Roman Rt mllD Catholic lIlh lIe may mil be elected Presi President 1rpldml Preeldent ¬
dent of the Ib Inlted States A Chinaman rannnt rannntobtain cannotobtain AnnoloIIln
obtain naturalliAtlon In the Ih fnlled Slates but the theAmerican Ih IhAmnlMn theAmerican
American born children of Chinese residents are rill rillicna rillrnl eltitens
tens b bir birth birthJ
1 J C u V If you can afford to give up your Job Jobhere Ibhue jobhere <
here and go to Mlssnurt to get free Irlnelrulon Instruction In civil civilengineering civilengineering 11 11enclnfrln
engineering < we w dont see why you ou cant keep your yourJob yourjob ollr ollrJob
Job and study here hu You may get a scholarship scholarshiphere eholArllhlpbne
here which would entitle entltleyouto you to free Instruction InstructionC
C O FTHarold W Jlllrold Frederic was WII born > In IJtlca IJtlcaIn UllraIn
In ISM after various Jobs he became rAmt a proofreader proofreaderIn pronllfa4n1lIlIra
In 1lIlIra tllea In 1878 IA7 He II became editor In 1MO 1 lo In 1M4 1M4hewent 1M 1MIItnllo IPJ4bewent
hewent IItnllo lo I london > ndon forthe forticeev > v York ort Tirrti TItlllndl Tervsandapent Tervsandapentthe and spent spentthe fnlIbe
the rest of his hi life III there Ills lii first novel was Selhs Selhsbrother Stlh StlhJ1rolhul Sethsitrothers
brother Wife U his hI most mnollmrorlAnl Important novels non II were The rhfDAmnllllonolTllrron TheDamnation TheDamiiattonofTheron
Damnation DAmnllllonolTllrron of Thrron Ware 311 and InolTb The Market Place PlaceWe IlaetWI IlaeeWe
We do not know that they Ihe were written under any anypeculiar All AllprruliAr anypeculiar
peculiar condition rondlllooak
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An Interesting type of closed conduit et elellonal elellonalIhlrdtllI sectional Mctlenalthirdtall sectionalihirdraii
thirdtall electric railway hat b lately been brought broughtnut brnucblouL broughtout
nut In electtle railway syslerot ol Ibis character the thethird IheIblld thethird
third rail or working conductor Is I not permanently permanentlyconnected rutnanntlyIOonfrltd permanentlyconnected
connected with lh the source of current aDd Is normally normallydead normAllydrad normallydead
dead Current It admitted to II only when hen It IIdttfrlllIlIdrr It Itdirectly itdirectly
directly dttfrlllIlIdrr under the lb car AI or more correctly only ani the Ihesection IbeIWIOD thesection
section of Ibe lb feeding rail which hlrb It coveted by the car carla tara1t carI
la I alive A great number of patents have been beengranted btnclDId beengranted
granted for systems Iltm employing a divided conductor conductoror
or aecilonal IUoollllblrd third rail cnerzltrd in this Ihl way w but bulln bullnIh In Inthe inthe
the Ih majority of them Iht he method mUh 1 of connecting Ihe Ihevarious IheI
I various section In I th the feeding I lr conductor has II been beendelicate b bdpUrl beecidelicate
delicate and complicated In the Ih new system I tlm a novel noveland nOfflAncllnrfnlous noveland
and Ancllnrfnlous Ingenious deMgn has hll been employed llclween llclweenIbe 1It1nIbe lletweenthe
Ibe two rails of the Ih track It I laid another rail flat on ontop onOp antop
top and rather thin Ihlnol of soft meet lIelor or Iron This rhl rail railwhich rllllblrh railwhich
which blrh serves orr ihe lb purpose pur of the overhead volley wire wireIt witth wireii
It divided Into section eight or ten pn fret I lung lungseparated lonrJtP4raltd longseparated
separated from each other by Insulating paitlllont paitlllontnf
nf tome OIJ hard substance such uch at I ttnnr or uphIll atphtltThe uphIllThe asphaltThe
The rail la laid on a continuous stringer of wood ood or orroncrrle ornrrle ortoncreie
roncrrle nrrle and under each section ellon at short Intervals Intervalsare Inlrnlare
are flrcul Ilrtullroun clcmrt adapted adll lfd to connect tho sectional sectionalrail ItellObll1rAil srctioitlrail
rail lo a conllnuout Cr nllnuou conductor Installed In IAIIoI underground undergroundand
and carrying the working f current Tbete circuIt clicullclosera dleulodNer circuItclosets
closets are me most Ingenbut Inr nJu part of the Ih system systemKaehol SylluernlaCh yolernI
Kaehol Parb 01 them conalsls rlln lsl of a iiorcelain tewpticle not notunlike nolun1ke notunlike
I unlike a narruwniouthrd longnecked bottle In shape shapecontaining ahspecontaining hp hpronllllnlnr
containing a small am In quantity Unlll of mercury mreuI In this Ihltfloats Ibh1I011lIn thisfloats
floats 1I011lIn an Iron plunger carrying a flaring tnuahtoom tnuahtoomshaped lOulhroomIbApd tnushmoomshaped
shaped head which hleb normally floats 1l0A about an Inch Inchbelow Inohbflow inchbelow
below the under surface of Ihe divided third rail railUpon IAIIUpon tailUpon
Upon each car Is Instilled an electromagnet ener energlted ezierlined nr nrrind
rind by a small storage battery which It I suspended autpendedto
to that one on of 01110 Its poles pole11 It lull above the steel steelthird steelthird erl erlIhlrd
third rail As the lb car runs run along onr Ihl Ihl electro electromagnet c1erlromlcnn electramagnet ¬
magnet magnetites the sectional rail trans transvertely Iransrerly transverseiy
vertely attracting upward the Iron plungers plungersof
of the clrrullcloMit beneath As A these Ibe rise and andmake andhlAkl andmake
make contact r nlacl with lIh the lb rail they connect It with lIh Ihe Iheunderground Iheuoderrround theunderground
underground feeder conductor Since the Ih sections of ofIhe 01Ih ofthe
the Ih third rail are short In comparison with the length lengthof Ifnrlbollhe
of ollhe the car rArty ay abiut onequarter of Itonly IIonl those Ibo dl directly dlrfClly dlrecily ¬
rectly under the Ih ear arc magnetltrd and In connection connectionwllh eonDrellonlIh connectionwith
with lIh the Ih feeder Irtd The Th passing of the electromagnets electromagnetsoa
on the car naturally nalurAlhIAn leaves the sections rllons o or the third thirdrail Iblrdr1I thirdrail
rail unmtgnetlted so that Ihllilhe the Iron floalt fall back backleaving baclrIarln beckleaving
leaving r the sections rll nl behind Ihe car dead As A the car carpatteaalong rillpanea carpaseesalong
patteaalong panea Ionr the sections Hllon under It and only oDI those thoeare Ihoeair thoseare
are made alive Current lt I taken from them by bymeans b bmtllnl bymeans
means of bronieshoes bronze oboes running on the third rail It It Itaverted haled isaaeeied
averted that such a system sirm It much leas Its expensive expensivetban uprDluIbID expensivethan
IbID a conduit and perfectly aafe aafeOil aCe aCeOn
Oil < the San Juan branch of the Ih Coneho River In the theSlate IheSIAIe theState
Slate of Chihuahua In Mexico uIM ao Important elec electrical electrlclIl dectrImal ¬
trical power development dnflo menl I Is to be made Helow the Ihecity lb lb01 thecity
city of Peril and between that point and Chihuahua Chihuahuaa
a dam 240 O feel wide and 180 I O feel high blr lt I to be con conkiruelcd ronUurlfd eOOstrurted
kiruelcd Impounding a lake 18 I miles lengwlthan lengwlthanextreme long within withinelirerne lIh aD
extreme width of three and a half mile mil miles II It e roil utimAltd roilmated tl tlmated
I mated thai from 8 6000 1100 < > 00 to 10000 honepower will be begenerated beCfAfrllled begenerated
generated from the water power pow these Ibu etabllihcd fllb llhd and andthe andI andthe
I the Ibdlepotllon deposition of this Ihl amount 0 power lt already alreadyAtuied ahead aheadurfd alreadyassuird
Atuied urfd Lines of wire will te t e run un from the power powerhone powuo powerk3
k3 hone o iSe I lo Peral forty miles 1111 away and Chihuahua Chihuahuaeighty ChIhuAhuaflrbl Chihuahuaeighty
eighty flrbl miles mll away at well as a toother 0 olber towns In the theImmediate IheImmedlale theimmtdiate
Immediate neighborhood neighborhoodFor
For measuring DleA urlnll the enormous electrical currents currentsgenerated rlrrenUrenualtd currentsgenerated
generated In and distributed from modern central centralstations centralstations
stations the lb hot wire Instrument ID lruDlfni Is becoming very verypopular verypopular ry rypopulAr
popular This lyre of Instrument depends for Its Itsoperation II IIopenllon itsoperation
operation upon the principle that any conductor of ofelectricity 01flrulrll ofelectricity
electricity becomes healed bv the paaage through II IIof iiat
of A current and that any metallic substance that Is Isheated IshtAId isbcated
heated expands A very u fine wire lie made of an alloy alloyof
of platinum and silver III reI It so connected that a small smallbut smallbut mllllbul
but definite proportion of the current lo be measured meaiuredIs
Is I shunted through Ihro Ch It it In an ingenious Inrenl us mechanical mechanicalway merb1nlelll4Y mechanicalway
way 4Y this Ibl tbiswlreis wile lre Is connected to a pointer poln r playing over overa otrIIrAle
a scale s I that Its elongations under chanjlcg chllnln tern ternPrature Ifmprlllulr ternp
Prature p rature are registered aa movements of the Index IndexThe IndeLTh indexThe
The Th Instrument possesses pour th the great advantage of ofcominglowly 01romlDl ofcornier
cominglowly cornier lolIlr In Its reading without passing pa lnr II and andwithout andwliboUI andwithout
without vlbrattne back bile and forth over the scale StAl as Is IsIhe L LIbe Iithe
the cuitom of e ectromagnctlc > Instruments of Ihe Ihesami IhesAJlle thesame
same character characterGrrat chArrIHGal characterGreat
Gal expectations u = trltlon are entertained and many man plans plansate plaoAll plansate
ate being formed In Porto Rico for the Installation Installationof
of shot Inland electric railways from Ibe central centralrange ofDlralranre centralrange
range to the coast The power Is lo be developed developedthrough 4erelopfdIhrouch developedthrough
through the agency of many man streams to be b met with withIn within lIb lIbID
In crery ever part of the mountain range which traverses traversesthe
the III Island hIli from end to end If all alllbll that la expected ex trltd In InIbe Inlb inthe
the lb way AY of new nf roads and other olh electrical works Is I ac accomplished aorOlllpllobd anCOmPiiVbtd ¬
complished there will 111 be a field 1IldlD eid In Porto Illeo for con conslderable CODsldulble conaiderable
slderable electrical machinery and material The Thennly Thennl Theonly
only nnl road on the Island from leon the capital IA pi III to Rio ItloPadiet Hlo1AoIr RioPadres
Padres 1AoIr tome nine nln miles lies In length Is shortly lo be beequipped b bQuIH beequipped
equipped QuIH electrically electricallyThe dttlrlranTte
The preparations now being made for the lb electrifi electrification dUrlftratloa electrtfication ¬
cation of the Broadway cabs rAb o line In New ew York ark city cityattract ell ellAIUMI cityattract
attract little attention yet U this thisis la the most Important Importantand
and heavily hfAfIl travelled street railway In the world and andlla AndIta anditsequipinent
lla equipment tqulpmtnl1th with electricity would have been a vir virtual vlrtool Ir Irullmponlbllll ¬
tool Impostlblllty five lit years ago and absolutely out outof outof
of the question ten years relfsllro Ago We have grown ao ac accustomed acruLnmd soruetomed ¬
customed to the Ih use of electricity as a motive power powerfor JIlIw JIlIwInr powerfor
for sure railroads allroAdllhAI that we w are apt apllo lo forget that IhaloDI IhaloDIIhlllpfD only onlythirteen onlythirteen
thirteen years have elapied since the flrtt IInllrolleY trolley road roadwas rolda1 roadWa
was Wa a1 bulll and that only right years rAf8 bare b passed passedluce paoIIIlnr passedniece
IIlnr niece the cable equipment replaced the horse on onBroadway onIIroldy onBroadway
Broadway BroadwayIt
It Is i said Alo that Ihllhr the electrical effects to be exhibited at atthe alIhe atthe
the forthcoming PanAmerican Kxpolllon In InBuffalo 10DulTalo inituitalo
Buffalo N Y will exceed nr d anything of their kind kindever kindIr kindever
ever Ir shown before The Th enotmius fDorlU1 U us energy of the theNiagara IbelarArll theiagara
Niagara larArll power plant will b bI available for Ihe con contemplated conlemplalfd contempiated ¬
templated Illuminations and this will mean that a aflood aflood
flood of electrical energy will be poured In to main maintain mllnlain rosintame ¬
lain Ihe really marvellous display of electric light lightthat lightthat I IIhlll
that will be shown It has been suggested that IhAIlln an anartificial ansrtiilciat I IInlUriAI
artificial sun shall be shown consisting ron hllnr of an Im Immense immenie ¬ I Imne
mense plate of carbon heated to blaming Incandes Incandescence incandestenet ¬ I Irfnre
tenet by means of five or ten thousand horse bor e power flOW of ofelectrical ofelectrical I ItlmlcIII
electrical current Such an apparatus would develop developmany derelopmAn developroan
many mAn million candle power and would ould really 11111 rival rivalthe rivalIt I
the It sun un In Ita Illuminating eflectlnthe efiectia the Immediate Immediateneighborhood ImmedlalentlChb immediatencitluborhood
ntlChb neighborhood neighborhoodAn rhood
I
An Interesting application ap llclltlon of the Ih electrical current currenthas euumlhaa currenthas
has recently Iefnll been made In the manufacture tn null1ur ol bHul bHulpblde binulphide I Ipblde
pblde of carbon This hh substance Is a colorlrst liquid liquidresembling liquidresembilng I Ifmbllnr
resembling fmbllnr water wal In appearance but possessing mors lnr an anIntolerably inIntolerably I IInlolerabl
Intolerably offensive odor llltucdln III It is used In large quan quantitles qunIII quanliVes
for Indiarubber and the Ib bate of ofvarious ofvarious
titles III at A a s Ivent AS I IIou
various Iou varnishes Arnlsh II It formed when hn carbon lD < and andsulphur IIndsulphur andsulphur
I I1M
sulphur are heated together at a high temperature ttmperaturrIhe Im tr3Iur
the bisulphide e then pavjng pa Jnr < away as A a rateout rateouttapor IArolluml gaceotivapor
vapor In the new process rror a mixture of ground coke cokeand cokeand I IAnd
and sulphur Is Mjbjected lo the Ih heat nf the Ih electric arc arcIn AroIn arein
In a suitably designed d lrnd furnace from which hlrh the re resulting remolting ¬
sulting gases are led Into wrrms Nm resembling those Iho of ofa 01a ofa
a still 111 In Ibis Ihl they ate It condensed to the lb liquid liquidproduct liquidprodurl liquidproduct
product which It Illhn then bottled It Is 001 the th least IMlol IMlolrhtmlrlll of ofchfmlcal ofchemical
chfmlcal curiosities that this < clear and limpid liquid liquidIs
Is formed by b the comblnalloa of two solid substances AubstanceaA
A highly hI hl Ingenious apparatus for discharging an anelectric AnItrtrlr anelectric
electric line IIn of high pesture electrotallc charges or nrof oror orof
of those Iho du due to 10 lightning wasieMed was AS tented with satisfactory satisfactoryresults satisfactoryresults AlhrllrMYroull
results on several trolley line durIng dUlln the pa pat l sum summer aummmer ¬
mer II consists Mmplynfa implir of a glass tut tiate alMutafoot alMutafootlung aliut a foot footlong
lung filled with small shot Th lbs shot hot U treated treatedchemically treatedcbemicatiy
chemically before use to give It a light coatIng nf lead leadcarbonate leadcarbonate
carbonate which Is an Indifferent conductor This Thistube Thistithe
tube Is provided with metallic ends and Is connected connectedIn
In series with a spark gap between the line to be pro protected pr prteeted ¬
tected and the ground To the rapid oscillating cur current current ¬
rent of high pressure Induced on the line by lightning lightningthe
the lube of shot offers practically no resistance and andthe andthe
the discharge goes to earth To the heavy tinlly tinllycurtcnt toileycurrent
current which al once begins to follow along the thepath thepath
path made by the lightning dlichatg the resistance rrtltanccof
of the shot l it enormous And the current It I at once oncebroken oncebroken
broken This action Is I very Hmlltr In tbat tIes of the Ihecoherer thecnheeer
coherer nr tub of metallic filling used In wireless wlrelesttelegraphy wirelesstelegraphy
telegraphy telegraphyWhen telegraphyWhen
When electric cunentt pf large volume at high highpressure highptessUue
pressure began lo he used some years ago great dim difficulty dimculty ¬
culty was encountered In making twitches and andcircuit andcircuit
circuit breaking apparatus for them A heavy cur current current ¬
rent at loPftn volts or more will follow the parts partsof partsof
of switches when eparaud to the extnt nf two tworev I Inr
nr three feet forming an aredltcharrc of geal power powerwhich powerwhich
which will burn up switches and their surroundns surroundnsIn
In a few moments To obviate this dlfflculiy sime of ofthe ofthe
the earlier switches were w crc made In break lbs circuit I Iwllh i iwith
with great rapidity ire moving parts Mngcontrolled Mngcontrolledby
by springs which would open the switch Inttsntly to toa I Ia
a considerable distance In ether types the circuit circuitwac j jwas
was broken on both sides of a slate nr marble snitch I Iboard Ihoard
board at once The modern switches fur such work workcompiler workcomprise
compiler a receptacle filled with oil In which Ih Ihswitch the theewtich
switch operates and a long handle generally of ofwood ofwood
wood for operating It mils a high Insulator and It ItIs ItI
Is I practically Impossible for a destructive arc lo form formIn formin
In It The tame pilnclple of oil Inmlailon Is alto altonow alinow
now very generally applied lo transformers and other otherapptettUs i iapparatus
apparatus carrying very heavy voltages voltagesye I ITO
TO ye HKA1 > TIIK SUNS RKAI US IISTATh IISTAThNEWS T ATE ATENEWS
NEWS NEWSand NEWSnd
and nd tabular forms of dally transactions Is I to b bbetter be bebetter
better pouted In this direction than those who whorely whorely
rely on socalled Heal Estate mediums where wherthe wherethoefforlbUtPartliillcuVers
the thoefforlbUtPartliillcuVers effort but partially cover the etoiad groundAd Aa
4
hOW TO MAIM OUVJMTOV OUVJMTOVA AFIf AFIfA
A N New vr Yorker Suggest a Plan of Improve Improvement Improvemeat ¬
meat at CaraparMlrelr Nmall msil Kipentr KipentrTo ElpenseTo
To rita KniTOfi or TUB SUN SiunSr Sir Thn Tim ridnt ruontdIsaster
1 disaster at Galveston will bring to thn lit front the theI
I rrie quleetion > ttlon of reconstruction In a manner to Ii pro itrovide
1 vide forever foreveragainut against lb the recurrence of such a ai acnlnrnit
i calamity cnlnrnitliMing
I Having some coed year ego spent M corni > innllm limo ln lnthn inthe
the sirlnlien city 1 woe l ld d to ttidv Iho tim rieciill rieciilll nnttiilaliies
l nMIIs of Un situation and torenllz to ertlt7 the desira desirability doiratiillty ¬
bility If not necessity nt tbut time of certain certainI terinsirprecautIons
I precautions thai uhoulil nor In Of tb lltiht of the thei tb tbI
i present certainly be > taken In the inlcren of offuture ofI
I future security y ybe
I Tho be lopncrnphy of the locality may Iw readily readilyj
j umtrrtUod by nny ito > one who will Inspect n good goodmap goodI
I map Hut the map will rot show that the ordl ordlnary ordinary
nary rise of the tides Is only nboul ono font fontj fontarid
j arid that It lakes n strong steady wind of sixty sixtymiles sixtYenhies
miles an houriinrt hour md uriwnrd blowing inshore lo lonbovo toliie
liie tfli the pjif water from Ove to seven feet feetnbotts
nbovo mean tide level Tlu would not fe feserious tetserious
serious were It not for the fuel that thin Ions Ions1lnnd longiiand
1lnnd nn which the city Is built In on an average averageonly averagooniy
only four or five feet nbo ctb o tide love Thn ThnIsland Tim TimIsland
Island Is over twentyfive miles In length and nndfrom andfrom
from one mils lo three and ttrdithtlf a hnlf miles In width widthThn wichitThe
The portion on which thooltyol tho city of inlvoton Is Isbuilt Icbuilt
built Is some two twomilea miles frrni time extreme north northeasterly northiAaierly ¬
easterly end of th Inland at Fort Iolnt ned the thelie thesite
site lie of the city Is from six and on onehialf half toton totonfeet Ps tori torifeet
feet above the tide level levelThe levelThe
The warning storms of pact yearn have not notbeenof notbeen
beenof been of KoserloitN a character as a to lead the thepeople ttmetpeople
people to expect FO tremendout a rise of water waterns
ns has been now experienced Thlrtytbrno Thlrtytbrnoyears
years ao tirre WM a storm which created a arlso arico
rico of a Mile ovrrlx oVr clx and on onehalf half feet feet feetabove feetabove
above mean tide Jiist above the lower levels of oftho ofthe
the townflto town pita In theMomof the otonsof 1 l75the 875 the r rico Is was watonly wasonly
only a few Inches higher while In thnt of 1877 1877although 1177altlintigh
although lh wind imlew > lew a gale of nlxly slxi mllm mllman
an hour the rise was scarcely more Hum five flvnfeot fivefeet
feet Th rl rIse cln in this nice be Closing year of llui lluicentury tiuocentury
century SceniC to ha hase e been high enough to tocoror tocovor
coror deeply every foot of thn Wand surface surfacennd iiurtucennd
nnd to hare been characterized by un onrush onrushInc onrushtog
Inc current chat no human force forcecould could xtem xtemYet steIflYet
Yet the he buildings on ti te higher levels seem to tohave tohave
have escaped absolute destruction by water wateralthough wateralthoushi
although roofs and shutters wore carried nwuy nwuyby owayit
by it th wind windows battered In and oMmncys oMmncysdemolished oimltnncysdemolIshed
demolished On lower levels the destruction destructionseems destructionseerrie
seems to have been complete completeIel coin pleir pleirLet
Let It be understood that the avenue of the thncity thecity
city run lengthwise of the Isl md and thnt tho thostreets iimearreta
streets cro croa t It from the Gull to Vot flay nnyupon flayupon
upon which ore located th this wharves and ware warehouses worehouses ¬
houses Thn tentlmvcnue tenth avenue from the bay Ave Avenue AvenoJ ¬
nue noJ J Is the Broadway of GnlveMon 1M im feet In Inwidth inwidth
width but It itiect is a Broidway of fine residence residencewith reeidetncceswith
with a flue central esplanade some twelve twelvapaces twelvep30c
paces In width say about thirtysix feet feetThere feetThere
There is nUo a vory ynryfine fine avenue Bath nthaventme avenue
120 feet w de extending from West nay to ibm thoCiulf ibmGulf
Gulf at right tingle with Drone Proaciway war Theae Theaetwo Theeetwo
two avenues constitute a cross which might mighthave mighthovo
have been heretofore treat d In n manner to togreatly togreatly
greatly mitigate the extent of the recent ca calamity caIremlty ¬
lamity and in thn lb necessary reconstruction of ofthn ofthe
the city may nemt now be so utilised utilisedIt
It Is plain to every engineer that dikes or orother orother
other barriers in th the way of a current and so sode todeelgoed
de deelgoed lgned as to destroy the tee violence of the rlsl rlslwaters rlsig rlsigwatsre
waters even though thoydo they do not prevent the theactual theactual
actual overflow of the land tako away three threefourths threefourths
fourths of the danger to life and properly A Aswiftly Aswiftly
swiftly moving body of water even thougi t com comparatively tomparativels ¬
paratively shalow will sot great stones In mo motion mctlon ¬
tion whereat still waters are almost barmlenij barmlenijthough barmlewthough
though deep and on may wad or swim readily readilythrough readilythrough
through them to a place of safety safetyThe safetyThe
The plan I would suggest U that of raisIng raJsInctho raisIngthe
the grade of Broadway from eli to twelve feet feetabore feetabove
above Its present level and continuing the em embankment embankment ¬
bankment northeasterly through the open openoounry openooiln5ry
oounry from one and a half to two mites to toFort toFort
Fort Point between which s hlch and Dollvnr Point Is Isthe Isthe
the entrance to the harbor two miles wide wideAlse wIdeAise
Alse to raise the grade of Bath avenue to the thelerol thelevel
level of Broadway from corn the West Day across acrossthe ocrostime
the Island to the waters of the Quit Then Thengrade Thengrade
grade up the numbered streets across the Island Islandto
to meet the Increased height of Broadway BroadwayThis rroadwayThl
This Thl would create two central crossed dikes dikesor
or nHges one from the northeasterly extremity extremityof
of the Island at Fort Point extending In a asouthwesterly asouthwesterly
southwesterly direction for aa Indefinite dis distance diitanoe ¬
tance through and bond the city limits to toward toward ¬
ward the other end of the Island and the other otheracres otheracross
acres the Island from water to water There Therecould Therecould
could be no currents of a destructive nature natureanywhere natureanywhere
anywhere urar the four angles of the crossed crosseddikes crosseddikes
dikes the embinkmenta would afford plaos plaosof
of refuge for the entire population of Clalves Clalveston laiveston
ton and would make the rite of waters on the thelower Iltelower
lower levels free from danger to life to all who whowould whowould
would seek this place of safety safetyThe safetyThe
The expense of this undertaking Is easily cal calculated calculated ¬
culated An average of ten feet of embankment
150 feet wide would be 63H 65 cubic yards yardsper yardsPer
per running foot or 20i000 yards per mile milewhich milewhich
which at 10 cents p pr > r yard would co coct < t IP300 IP300per 300 300per
per mile and say for three and half mllci from fromFort fromFort
Fort Point southeasterly through the city a alittle alittle
little over IIOOOOO IIOOOOOFor 510000For
For the Bath avenue cross embankment 120 120feet 120feet
feet wide and say one and threequarter miles milesacross milesacros
across ths cost at the same rate would be only onlyAn
141000 141000An
An alternative plan would be this Instead of ofelevating ofelevating
elevating the entire width of Broadway ISO ISOfeet ItOfeet
feet the central esplanade could be widened to toI toerey
I nay fifty fill foM tt and converted Into a splendid splendidelevated eplertdldIenateti
elevated park and promenade The cost would wouldbe wouldbe
be only onethird as much plus the cost of two tworetaining tworetainIng
retaining walls The Infer plan would afford affordan
an adequate i rolection against the onrushing onrushingwater onrusititegwaters
water And would add to tho bounty and at attraotivenoss
I traotivenoss of the great residntlol raaidntialinbead avenue avenueintead
intead of detracting from It as a might he hethought hothought
thought would be theca the cae e If time street worn wcroelevated wornI
I elevated ten feet above the handsome test residcticna testI
I dcticna o either side In Holland however howeverthis howeverI
I this Is the natural order of things The roads roadsare roadI
I are en top of the dikes the homes hon ire away awaydown owaydown
down on the Ion polder land that has been won wonfrom wonfrom
from the sea by the building of the dikes dikesIn dikeIn
In addition to these barriers there should bn bnprovldd beprovided
provided a great central plaza elevated from fromten from fromten
ten to fifteen feet at least above mean height of ofthe oflice
the present site of the cltv cit This plaza should shouldhave sisoutielhave
have a circular arm equivalent lo aradluxof aradluxofnot a radius of ofnot
not less than S00fe 800 fei > l equal to may about 2S3WO 2S3WOsquare is3cmoaquarn
square feet of surfnco Tills would give about aboutfven abiitseven
seven feM of space to each of th the future 40000 40000Inhabitants wsolnlmabtanli
Inhabitants of the rebuilt city ciiyKvnry cityEvery
Every foot of elevatl ii nf this plaza would wouldrequire wouldrequire
require 10500 cubic yards arda of rand which could couldhe couldhe
he moved at a cost of 10 cents per cubic yard yardKO
KO that the co cost t would bo about fiotiO foreaih foreaihfoot for each eachtoot
foot of rise For a circular plaza eoo fent In Indiameter IndIameter
diameter and fifteen feet high She cost costwould costwould
would be about USono The street should bn bngrndd begroded
grndd up to the plaza from the bay ba and time thnOulf timeGulf
Gulf OulfThis GulfThis
This central pluza could be covered by a astrong astrong
strong architecturally hand handomne < oino wlndprmf wlndprmfHteel wlridpreofsteel
steel canopy adequate t V > shelter all comers comersfrom coinerfrom
from tie deliifs with which those storms are aroaccompanied areaccompanied
accompanied accompaniedWllh
Wllh itiu ouch comparatively Inexpensive pre precautions precatutlona ¬
cautions no futuro cyclolc storm could Inflict Inflicta
a tithe of the IMtrOMX loss at which come romnpines comeplace
pines the damage of thin recent storm nor time thohalf timehalf
half of 1 per tent of the loss ins o lifts already
known to have occurred occurredTne cecurreiToe
Toe United State Government ha lets already alreadyexpended alrcnd alrcndexpended
expended tlrmnouo In deepening th tho Channel Channeln
ines n < o Calveton Its > by h menus of jeltlo two twomiles SW SWittileti
miles lone from Fort Iont P0 nt and lloilvar Point Pointculfward lointculfward
culfward Th1 work of thee engine cligmners has lmacbeen
been suocesful the emlcirpular reef of ofsttid ofsatid
sttid which ticn txtenejod In front of ofthn ofthe
the channel mouth between Fort Point Pointon Loircton
on th northastern end of Oalvesion Itland Itlandnd IiantlnIl
nd liollvar Poln on th the > fouthwrntern end of of
llrillvar Pnlnsula has been scoured thrnugli thrnugliH
H da d a p prpiurerit rmun nt d a water channel secured securedfrom seetmre seetmrefcoun
from th the lulf Into Qalveilon Bay Tbi lti very verysucce mer merautee
succe A tins concentrated wMth and pnpuUnnn pnpuUnnnalOalvMon pnptclauonat
Galveston at city n lied d the Oov Goernmuent rniunt could couldnow couldnow
now rendr no better srvlce rvice for t the eMrlcken eMrlckenreopU trjckeit trjckeitIeoriia
reopU chats to appoint n commission of en engineers englneers ¬
gineers to examine study and report upon the themost themmmcl
most pracllcAble plan for re dcdng the locality localitysafe localItysafe
safe for ail future tune for the transacfon of
business and as a silo for human labor rind nndactivity rindaOiimt
activity aOiimt aOiimtTe
T Te if suggestions here made will be Intelligible Intelligibleto
to every surviving citizen ol Oalvewton and andm andmar
m mar y also prove of Intetnit to all sympathizers sympathizerswith sympathmecswIth
with wIth nn in enterprl cnterprling Inc but now sorely tried triedpMple triedpeple
pMple who are making a gallant effort to nu I Ithemselves Itheniaslvea
themselves together for another fight with the theelement theelements
element and andan an unknown future futureG futureGaonog
G Gaonog no not V DiruniDoi
Naw N w YORK Sept 2
2 V
CANADIAN TORIKS WOULD TAX VB VBTfonld tIMYould
Tfonld I lACy y Tolls nn Our Commerce PaetlBg PaetlBgThrough PasINThrough
Through their Canals ansi and River IllversQniurr RiverQtiiurr
Qniurr Sept 21Thn 21 Tits millAmerican mcciii ntetrIcan policy policyof policyref
of Ihn Canadian fon oncorvallvn prvallvn purly In the thepresont theprcsiit
presont electoral contest IH day ill by lu day tilt beIng bolnitmale beIngiuuutle
male morn plain throntli ttin thu nppenU of the thnlalni thetsziiimg
lalni party organs tint of tho moro r rrently ret retctctly
rently oxpo xpo ii i planks of the t iii opposition euptniSl i hun le leby iect iectIt <
by It Sir clmrliM Tupiwr Is ii the Impnxltlon of ofa ofatrill
a atrill Irlltiotiitl Imemuutt tolls iiiiiii American A shipping paw pawIng paceI
Ing I rug through i lirotig ii Ciuuiclliu I eututel bitt rnnaU Ily Ii ArcH ilng ilngetc lng lngas
as miirh miii tti cnnndlati I itntt dtati Imntllliy lirt ill I I ne Ii posMhln 11 ssihln to Amer American AmerIruti ¬
ican InliTiMU I iii roi t in ii > CnnirvnMvi orcsrvni I < ho hmouo > n to con conwillliitn eontuIi
willliitn tuIi liii ti mill clue I lo I secure for theniselvps i the t he votes votesof otetUor
of Hi ItupitrlnlM I tmu itriuil Is i or Jingo j I ni party trt V In I ri Canada CanadaThn annulnlhie
Thn 1ilfMi object mlii et of attack iii tuck Is I Ihn I hue American AmericanIron A titerteanI
Iron I rtni nnI it mt I Misl e ipi export iteurt Inile I rat let puny lui 0 nttempLs nttempLsto rtt temnptaits
to cripple It urn icr urgo tirg I by iu the Inil nntf hmtlrt hmtlrtnnd
nnd other iii her proiiilneiil I Tory ror newspapers on onihn onlie
ihn lie grniinl Iliut I It mc i It InlorfiT I ri terfr n 4 with S it It Ilrlllsli lint lab M Mwell iii iiissll
well as n with Cannllan manufacturer It ItU ItI
U I polnln I out to lh HI tnvy lflV of Cnnallan pro producers ternci
ducers ci iieers thai I thn I hs American Ante rirtuu Iron anl Hteel or orport ix ixport
port trarfeof trmte of isoi lnuncts oiniiiiiuiiti rtiutitliutid > d loS13lSASli4 loS13lSASli4iicalnt Its Sil8AI4 Sil8AI4imcucltt
iicalnt C017lBfll Hie yenr before and 170 70 70lnoLr
400 lnoLr < i tbe ynar biforn that amid that by means meansof meanitt
of the opiMiing olumtui ng of the I lie iitliirgol iilmtrgo I Cimaulan ca cannJ cithal
hal < It I t 1 Is now propi furthnr ftirt heir to facilitate facilitateOil fact hInt hInttltia
Oil tltia Industry by it Out tic it itso n of it fleet of freighters freightersnow freighterhOW
now In course of foritrurton which urn to tobe tohi
be hi capahln of rarrylng uargom of Iron and nndstetl andptel
stetl from ports on lnkes Krln anil and Michigan Michiganthrough Miciulganthrotum
through throtum Dm Vlliitnl cnnnl I down tho St Law Lawrnncn Lawronc
rnncn ninl tutu acnw < thn t ho Atlantic 4 t lamitic Tim lIt Tory lead leaders loadera
ers here say et tha It N i not to Cnna la ins advan advantage aelyantags ¬
tags to help American xportern of Iron and andsteel andsteel
steel In their t ltd r competition oceni tnt S t tort wllh tit Ii thn t he fnltod I King Kingdom KingI ¬
dom I by afrcirciiiif eTirri trig tln t I utu > m ii n t blgliway that t Is prac practically practirall ¬
tically tirall fn frw > e Mlmp from their email vessels thor thertwill thorWI
will WI II b hs no lii lrin t ruuticlul < lilinent luttent nt Canadian ports portsno Pnrtulu
no ulu llttliteruge ovor VeI cima t IuImt Man railway no ware waroliouslng warelirtitsint
liouslng nt tormiiial points pointsCanadian Imireleanurlian
Canadian labor they 145 ay will get no benefit benefitfrom boneilbfrom
from the Irafllc whMi ttli i thus IMIAS let > S down the thsliirco theIutrgo
liirco and costly Dominion waterway smtierwa to UU UUplnco dimsPit1o
plnco Hrllih un I jelt Iron ami itiN iool lmid ittud to I 0 Relrn markets marketsthat iturirketaI
that I raiinilliin inariufaclurerH uriaumtm tctti urtrs nt Sydney nr nrnow are areIbiS
now looking to Cuimdu they nay ca must exact exacttuch exacttuc1m
tuch a toll an will yield lelti it n fnlr proportion of ofthn Ofthe
the profits It heliM in i t earn by the transporta transportation ¬
tion fadlltlet that It affords They ar aricie ariciethat ii iithat
that II It due due to thi growing iron arid steel In Industrie ineluisirie ¬
dustrie of thee Dominion lo It tax time foreign foreignIron foroignIron
Iron niurnl tiuud tel Hhlpi slit 11 tti < d its < throitgli I traftlo I raflu In un unbroken unbrrken
broken bulk from curie t liirnco Clnvelnnd Ixjrala Ixjralannd loraiaarid
arid other American lalie Port lo transat transatiHiitlc transatletimtie
iHiitlc countries They llu urge that the Canadian Canadianrniuila anstilamseiuuaime
rniuila wcrn not built for the tii puriiote of as asclsllng netdsi
tdsi clsllng tug the i Ii Inlted I flied Slates lo cripplo cr1 ir1 ° llrltaln a
In iiny mime branch of h lir > r foreign trade or to give glvtthem givetlmemt >
them ito ny ndvnntiign over thn rising m ante
facnireri of tunnels CanrulxWhile I tunnelshtilv
While htilv all Oil it I In it n general line with th the
fiscal nollnv of protection nf Canadian Indus Industries incitestrios ¬
tries to which the t he Tory parly Part of Canada C has hasMood lie lieoncI
Mood oncI committed for tunny tuenn years ears past II will willenable viilcitable
enable thn ortran7i ormeontzr > r > > of thnt tarty to levy l upon uponCanadian ltIOflanrirllus
Canadian anrirllus n rnnimfurtiirers emma iii m fmmti u trtus for roiitrlbutlons tout rib ml irns to toelectoral tocteciemral
electoral fund On in the other hand there theromay therelout
may lout b be Important American contributions contributionsto
to the cnmpalini fund of the tim Liberal imrtv In Inorder Inorder
order to aid in keeping from office those whoso whosoavowed WIIOSS WIIOSSacuneti
avowed Intention N I thin in inntkui > ntl n of all American AmericanoxtmrtA AnierlcaaexportJs
oxtmrtA passing through the Canadian canals canalsFOKKIO canalsrofIrnv
FOKKIO sncirTirs itcnu itcnu1iefol I1fl5tefmcl
1iefol Ilranchet of New vr Turk Cltvs Tarl Tarisi TarisiInllk l lPnlillc
Pnlillc Charities CharitiesThe CharitiesThe
The cosmopolitan character of the city ot otNew ofNew
New York as well a ac Un distinction ns the city dtrof cityof
of rharltlos baa been well prmervcd and ii iimalntiilned Lainitintctined
malntiilned In tho organization of foreign real residents realdent ¬
dents established for the tie succor and guidance guidanceof
of persons of various nationalities resident residentIn
In in this city elt St Andrews Society the Scotch Scotchorganization Scotchorganization
organization In New York wan e esetablisleed taljll lied In InNovember InXovenber
November 17S I76 and Incorporated In April April1v26
128 and has been In nctlva operation for moro morothin morethan
thin a century C5ntUr It has property to the value valueof cab cabof
of JMiooo and contribute to the relief In carl various carlOtis ¬
Otis nunis and sundry ways of about one thou thousand thounrid ¬
sand five hundred persons a year The qual qualifications qualIfication ¬
ifications required of applicants are that they thermust theyrtlulet
must be Scotsmen or the widows children or orde ordescendanto
de descendanto cendants of natives of Scotland ScotlandSt
St Davldx Society tho Vclsj els irganlratlon irganlratlonof
of the city was established In 6 and moor Incorporated moorporated ¬
porated In l 1q16 to It laHocaU ic well as chart charitable charttable ¬
table organization with property to the value valueof
of Jtow nod requiring from applicants for forrelief forrelief
relief that they should bo cither of Welsh na nationality ontionallty ¬
tionality Welsh els1i descent or connected with withWales withVnle
Wales Vnle by tl tIns s of mntrlmony mntrlmonyThe mtmretriinonThe
The Swlsi Ilvtievolent Society was rstab rstabIshod etstabisbiod
Ishod In 1MJ ItO and Incorporated in 1551 It Ithas IIhas
has property to tiM value of I41rxx > and gives irivetaid givesaid
aid or secure employment to nearly n thou thousand thousand ¬
sand sand persons In n year yearThe mlr mlrThe
The Belgian Benevolent Society U of mom momrecent morerecent
recent origin established in October IfW IfWand ipeeatiti
and Incorporated in September IMl Its ob objects ohIectO ¬
jects are dellmd to be the aid support and anda anduLc4stnrmee
a uLc4stnrmee lMatiec nf nee rmeei ly Belgian their wives and andchildren andciiiidrtlt
children ortliu or t imo wldoH and famlllcsof fmtnnmilits of deceased deceasedBtflBlstn
BtflBlstn The eti extmeimeem > oii > c of the organlzntlol organlzntlolIn trgnnizntioitt
In a year am at In exce exoee of JIOIN nconsiderabli nconsiderabliRuin itconeieieratelsumn
Ruin when st Imnui tho I im small sinut ii number minute of Belgians Iieigla na If Ifthi I Ititle
thi title city cit Is taken iii It mm Into I lit consideration considerationSI conmlnIern I
SI Iporgin Society Seciet time organization for the Ihtrelief therelief
relief of Indltftit natives of Ktirlnnd and nndtheir andthttr
their wives nnd children IH one net of tbn oldest oldestcharitable oldescietritalile
charitable soiietlcft sou ittlt mniitalried fur the benefit benefitof
of foreignburn rc reslrhni idfni In tn New Vork nrk It Itwas 1 1wise
was rublldhed In I7SU and Incorporated In
IMS It has property to I the amount of 170000 170000expend 170000experemle
expend IliOOO u your and gives relief to 1500 1500ptTAOIk ltOGime
ptTAOIk ptTAOIkThe
The ime Frencli Benevolent Society of Now York Yorkwa Yorkwac
wa wac fctnblltbed In jKm nnd Incorporated ten tenyenrs to toeltr
yenrs eltr Inter It afford relief rimr tn nlrut a thouh thouhurid uhiouanti
anti tierhon In n jmr eer and rind li I operand tImrat d In con connection eoniieclion ¬
nection with the I ice Frrnili Hocpltnl and Ils Ilspensarv TisIefusaru
pensarv the nliie of tIme prnperly of which In
Iir I > m Thn IriiKli I rrtci Ilispitnl I Is I about t to toremove I 0 0ryem
remove ryem ttn from HH lt prennt I liunllon it tin I tort on Vct
Ihlrtyfourth I street si ret to a site further uptown uptownu
u chungn jiisilfled by li the lnrrei irmtrtcumiri ir demands demandsupon demnnnds511nui
upon hnbopltHl hnbopltHlThe ill hiptilt ei eiThe
The ierinnti society sciet of Xtw w York designed
to afford relief In S di diI > rt rtsecl > > ed I irnnnns inuinns mid
their ie eievceumtloumiu cpidilile was eitnbll otialmiihpci < hi < l In 17I l7imd l7imdILZmtI < 4 4mid
mid IncoriMiratetl vi In IMH I It I I tins tirnjurty V to toth 5 5t
th t ice vHlun of lljonoii I I otmoi and tho t Ii number lull uumbr ir r per ron ronroiieed oni onirelieved
relieved by It In 11 year ar averages ci nmnMlian It tru t turin
lOooo In nddltlon ndti I itomi lo i o thn I it number of thuio I who whoure timotare
tare aided In the mitrer of Mcuring tmsltlnrw
Within r recnt cent years Iitrc there has been eon eonnld condci
nld riblo rush addition ntbi mt ion to i o the i ii iiiimber nf Svrlan rinmn
lnhabltini i of New York and a rolony reilnhm of if them themehtubllhed I hornsitbliiuteI
ehtubllhed In lower Washington tmiti flgtcn Mrrct has hascrown iimu iimugrown
crown with t ii It great rapidity ru tidi i y The Iii Syrian rinn Society Societyof
of New Vork ork established In 1 iap 2 nnd Incor Incorporated Irecorloratecl ¬
porated nun year ar liitrr tint drslned as a means meansof itietonaof
of Instriifilon ns well n nld to reildrtit S > rlans rlan rlanand
and It sr ependc nds In n t ear Jlfuw rollcctrii from
Indlvidiinl Ituti ittmiuunl conlrlbutldii conlrlbutldiiThe cocci riliut lmtu lmtullto
The Swedish Aid Sncletv of New York II IIof I Iif
of if somenlml nnnt nrlaln Inrorporalnl In
IMA rind In addition loiiifird to muifetrill ir relief to friend ¬
less Swedes In Nrw Vork mnke the tim reattira reattiranf featli featliof
nf IH lt opuratlorii npruit inns UK i hi funililnii utirumt iuimc of legal I eqal aid a
for the recover of back pi ml > or wngen due to to4wiil
Swedish newcomers newcomersTheSiuiriUh fleWrOtnPrsFiuiSItiiTIht
TheSiuiriUh Ilenevolent Sotiel Society of New York Vorkrlwlgned
rlwlgned to It help worlln disire tilslreciI < ied Spaniards Spaniardsand Spaniardmu
and mu their wives nnil children was tsr iMir e iii lUhfd liahe
In l 5 and given gin relief to Indigent Simiiliirds Simiiliirdsl
l ho Ii number of whom Nsosmnlln Ic 14c trinhi a to constitute constituteno enetetitutIto
no great tnx tri upon t is ireneri gpmermcitv gpmermcitvI > llv llvThe
The I Ito Itlllni llMicvoleni SiclMv of New tc York Vorkwi Yorkwas
wi was Incorixirnted In 1M2 is Si linvlnc been eMnb
llsheil once yenr nr earlier it relieve In various variouscharitable cmirioiuscIuarliiuide
charitable ways nt ihitt ut n thousand iier petrstns ms In a ayenr aeAr
yenr eAr exclusive of ct lhn I luno < n who re rvtoi < > lvi all from
th sc encIti iety a their liotnes It is defiKtied for
Italian exeliKlvelv exeliKlvelvTin elmutteltilm
Tin ilm llungiirlaii Society itoclet of New York oris was In Incorporated Inrorporairti ¬
corporated It iii two having lieen stabilshetitet tabllshed tabllshedone
one year earlier and l Intended for time benefit benefitof beneftof
of Indigent llmimrlntis llmimrlntisThn
Thn spanishAnieHctiii sranusimk niericuut Benevolent Society Societyof
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natives nf nfisuhr Cuba the thu nunilier of tfSrm1it south Aniorlcann
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the t he preeret r > re > nt ien Pltu u are Ar not yet e PornpHoJr
tabulated there o in Srw cue Vnrk irlm and Brook ¬
lyn only on 721 natives ttat of Suth Amerlrn only omdyI
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caf a5 > of if the Mexican n ImJnrily were tt tbn liiieluiliren
lilldren of ivireri reldeni in thes titet > coiin coiinres
< res but not otherwise mtmrwl anilint nfluliitltd d with them
by ii ymtvtOiy or Inngtuao Inngvm io
The I ii number nr foreign orlets in New NetwcirIc
York cirIc large a na It IR ntul oredltabl ns a It Is ik ikltt f < s stiit
tiit Inrliide nil the t hut nrranizatlons nranim lotus inaliitlned Itii nina iimtd
for the tic aid aid of foreign burn roldeiu there thereare < t tare
are a niinibr of Herman insiiutinti < > untg utnialuly > r
the lit German Hospital and the Nniellu lleimatri
for apd mid Indigent persons which are > main
latneij entirely apari fron from1 iheoflety he niei orgaulzrt
lion referreil to and whlc3 vmhti tin miic1 iituiot Of the thethose thework
work istuieh wceeuld et imsr ue ehvemiv milton tic
later In iicldiiinn < let those tim foreign socletles socletlesmnlntilned ocletlesiitinteInem1
mnlntilned In New eev or nrlc thrri nre cur n number
lonr established In the hnroigh of Brooklyn Brooklynand brooklynanti
and separate separately conducted there Some of th thsocieties the
societies In New Wk t ark or r social In chara ctcaraete ctcaraeteanti
anil anti best known to It a majority of readers through hr u i ibanquets
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