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advocate avocte their ter adoption adoptionThe adopton adoptonTe ndopIonThOL
desires amendment t tthe to to4Iio
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the Greater Grtr New York Charter Carr glvii glviitho givn giving givingthe
the to te city cty authorities autoritie greater groteI Authority authoritthan Authoritytn authoritythan
than tn they tey now possess p to create crt ne nepositions neW neWltloD new newpo1tion1
positions ltloD consolidate enldato existing exltng positions positionsreadjuat plton pltonrjuttte poeltIonsreadjuat
readjuat rjuttte titles and ad Increase Incre or decrea decreaMltrloa decr decrArIO decreaaoIric
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Of o course ur it la I nbaurd abu to talk tk about aboufthis abut aboutthia
this tis scheme Ichemo 9u as n a 1 being heng > tho result rut of ofcnplro i iconspiracy a aa
a ii between Mayor Lovand LOW LOWand
conspiracy cnplro cois > ney etwon Myr Lw Lwad
and ad anybody nnyby el ele e The Mayors mo motive mo motc mot1cs ¬
tive tc are ar undoubtedly good w but blt is I it wis wisto wis wisto wise wiseto <
in this mnnneisimply mnnnei mannermply
to tinker the Charter Charer tis mane maneamJy
simply mply fou to the purpose purpo of dealing dolng with wit atemporary t ttemporary a atmpr
amJy temporary tmpr condition onltlon of things thn which whichthose whichthoc whichthose
those thoc now n In n control cntr1 of tho city cty govern government gvor gvorment government ¬
ment deem objectionable objectonnblo If I this course courseis cour
is I taken at tho instance Instanc of the fusionists fusionistswhy tuslonit fusloniathwhy
why may m Y not tho Democratic Democrnto party just justas jut jutA juatas
as A reasonably JMonh nsk tho Legislature Iglatur to in interfere Interforo intarfore ¬
terfere similarly 81mlnrly In its It behalf behaf if I restored restoredto Ntr
to power pwer at the tlO next net municipal municp election electionTho electon electonTo electionrho
Tho To schema itself Itcl seems scm to bo re remarkably r rmrkably remarkably ¬
markably inchoate Mayor Low Lw Is Isquoted Isquote LaquoLed
quoted quote by b an Evening Poet reporter rprer asayIug as asRaying n nMyilj
Raying Myilj when asked ake whether whoter It was pro proposed pr propooci ¬
posed pOI to t extend tho exempt schedule scheduleunder scheduleulder scheduleunder
under ulder the Civil Clrl Service law That U Usomething i Issomething
something methln that tat will wi have to be b datermined deter determined determine ¬
mined mine when wo prepare the classifica classification clIIC c1alfiction ¬
ton tion It Its is impaftible inJib to tajj lal offhand ofhand just justhov Justhrn Justhw
hov hrn the itrrtVi 3trit should shoul ou1d be reorganized reorganizedShould rorgGnicJ rorgGnicJShoil recrganizcdShoilla
Should Shoil not the Legislature 1ILlnturo have some someinformation Imo ImoInforlntlol sqmoinforI1at1oI
information Inforlntlol an e to what is to be b done doneunder dOlo dOloufuior doneundor
under tho proposed amendment before beforeemotlnff brore broreeI beforeerwtIn
emotlnff eI lnl it into Intl a lawliio law lawTho lawTho
Tho Greater Grtr New York Charter was wascompletely wa watJompletel wascrnIleteIy
completely revised rnvie ln last t year as the re result reult resuit ¬
suit ult of tho very cr careful Ceful deliberations delboratlon of ofan oran ofan
an abln arid unl exceptionally oxcpton31y capable com commission rm rmmlslol cornmission ¬
mission mlslol appointed nppolntC for that purpose PUrO by byGovernor byOorcMor byGorernor
Governor OorcMor HoouBVELT People Peplo cannot cannotbo cannotbe lnot lnotbo
bo blamed for thinking thiking it very cr strange strangethat strangethat strangethat
that the work of this th commission cOlmlon should shoulditself shotjlditself houlditcl
itself itcl require reuire r qulrt revision nwilol so w Mon > on after aftr the thoRecession the1Cion theacccsion
Recession 1Cion to power of 11 I new municipal municipaladministration municip municipaladminIstrntlon
administration administrationLord mlmlnlstraton mlmlnlstratonLord
Lord IlosebcTvs Aim Aim At Leadership LeadershipIt
It begins to look lok very ory doubtful doubtfulwhether donbtrulwhether drnibtfulwhether
whether bcll Lord Lr UoBEBKnr lolF Rnr was W wise wisefrom wiletrm wisefrom
from trm his own ow point pint of view Iew in seceding secedingfrom 6eing 6eingtrm secedingfrom
from trm the British nrlish Liberal Librl potty pay That Thathe Thathe Thathe
he did tfocedo ae is certain crudn In spite spit of some eomosubsequent somesubsequent sme smesubseucnt
subsequent subseucnt professions to t the contrary contrarybecause cntrl contrarybecause
because bus ho declared dccrre over his hlsosignatur hissignature hissignaturethat signature signaturethat
that in repudiating Home Rule RuIehe he had hadspoken hadspken hadspoken
spoken spken not from frm tho inside of the Lib tAboral Liberal Lb ¬
oral er tabernacle tbrace but b t from a place out outside out outside ¬
side of it though thoujh not In solitude loltude We Wepointed Wepinte Wepointed
pointed pinte out at the time that for tho thofruition thotIUon thetrutInn
fruition of Lord ROSKBERYB RORRBE YS plans planl It Itwould Itould ItOJlI
would ould not notlunr miflice to draw to his hilide hi side a afew atew afew
few conspicuous cn8plCloU Liberals Librals but that it itwould Itould Itwould
would ould be b indispensable indispnblo to secure 6ccr also alaothe alsothe nllo nllothe
the support suppr of the Liberal 1lbral Unloniattt Unloniatttwho UnlonlAtswho Unioniithwho
who now are represented rCr ontcd in the to Sails Salisbury sIr Sailsbury ¬
bury bul Government GovernmentTho Oonrment OonrmentTo OovornmentThe
The To Incidents Incdont that thl have since 81nr occurved oc occurred occure ¬
curved cure Indicate Indicte that Lord Lr ROSCDERTS ROSCDERTSattempt RostBEnrsnt Rosninvsnttnmpt
attempt nt mpt to t organize orlzo a 1 new and powerful powerfulpolitical powertulpJtlalplu1Y iowerfuIpolltIcal
political pJtlalplu1Y party is II a flash Mh In II the pan p It Itis ItIs Itis
is true tre that tut Mr HBRDERT Asqurni AR u Sir SirEDWARD SirEDWARO SirEDwARD
EDWARD GRKT and Ind Sir 811 hENRY lE nr FOWLER FOWLERconsented FOWLERcnlnte FOWLtRconiented
consented cnlnte prematurely prematurl to flguro f lr as asVlccPreMdento MVIcPn asVjcoPreMdenIs
VlccPreMdento VIcPn ld of a political associa association asaociation ¬
lt pltll lca lcaton
tion the headship of which was wn taken takenby talenby
by y Lord Lrd ROSFJIERT RSEnER How many mnn mem members memhra mernhere ¬ I
here hra of the House IOUM of Commons are these thesethroe th theethr e ethNe
throe thNe thr conspicuous consplclou Liberals 1lherall likely Ikel to tolend toled toletd
lend Into the camp of their new chief chiefTh chierTe chiefThcy
Th Te Thcy y might have drawn with them n ngood agood
good 110 < many mnn if the thl Liberal Unionists Unionistsliad rnlonl8thne Unlonistahad
had hne shown themselves thelelw disposed dlpose to desert deserttho dcPrt dcPrttho Icertthe
tho Conservative ConslntM and nd to form a new newcoalition newmaltlnn newcoalition
coalition maltlnn with tho ho Imperialist Ilnperlnit wing Inl of oftho oftho oftho
tho Liberal Iibcrnlrt party In that event it was wasnt WMnt wasat
nt nt least Ict conceivable rnrhaulo that thntllrd Lord RosEnrnr RosEnrnrmight HOIDmt HoscnrnyI
I might play n 1 part pur which at a certain certainjuncture crtain crtainjunctr certainjuncture
juncture junctr of the Crimean Crmfln War W Vnr had been beentnkcn hecntnken beentoken
token by h Iiord Jlrd fctuiKKSTOX tujsro mSTS > when whel the tholatter thelttor thelattorwa
latter lattorwa was called nll upon upn to suporxrde luporfde Lord LordABERDEEN IrdonEnprS LordknEnDrt
ABERDEEN onEnprS in tho post of Premier PremierIn
In the Ih present prcnt COBS ns tho condition conditionprecedent conditon conditonpreent conditionprecedent
precedent preent to such 111h stn Ii a change chalgo proved provedwanting provedwanting
wanting wantng namely namol tho abandonment of ofLord ofLr ofLord
Lord Lr SAUSHURV SLtS U Y by b his hlo Liberal Lleral Unionist Unionistsupporters lnlonlstfupprer Unionistsupporters
supporters fupprer That they tho have no Inten Intention IntenUon intention ¬
tion of adopting any an such lch uch course ru e was wasmade WR WRmae wasmade
made clear tit tho annual annlnl meeting of oftheir ortheir oftheir
mae cea meetng
their Council Counci which took place pln on Feb
27 7 under the Presidency Pr ldencr of tho Duke ofDFvONsIt1fl of ofDrvoNSHlRE
DrvoNSHlRE The Duke wild ald ho was M un ¬
nble to see f what Inducements ludltlenta to enter entern
n new onnlltion oHton ould Iolid bo b offered offro by the theLiberal theIbral theLiberal
Liberal Ibral Imperialist Imptrlnlst faction Cacton to the Lib Liberal Ubernl lAboral ¬
oral Unionist Unlonlt Ho 10 expressed oxprC8 the opin opinion oplnlonthlt opinion ¬
ion lonthlt that men liko Uk ROSERKRT HOSERRRt or KIP KIPUNO KII Kpwho
usa who threw thrw hlimo Impartially Imparialy on oneverybody onecrybod oneverybody
everybody else e e could uid expect to t meet meetbut meetbut meetbut
but scant snt sympathy fmplthy In any quarter quarterFor quater quaterFor quarterFor
For his h own ow part pr ho believed belee ho said saidthat saidthat aid aidthat
that the country runtr would decline delne to follow followtho folow folowtho followthe
tho flag fl of statesmen Ittclmon who had ha quietly quietlylooked quloty qulotylooke quietlylooked
looked looke on while whie tho official ofcllllldr guides of the theliberal theIbml thelAberol
liberal Ibml party pay had led it deeper deepr into the themlro tbemir themire
mire mir That the HIt meeting meeti agreed ge with withthe withthe withthe
the Duke was W evident eldlnt because heAUSO It pawnxl pawnxlresolutions p paasodresolutions l lrlluton
rlluton resolutions to t tho olToct oloct thatthorewas ththorowM no nofoundation notoundnton nofoundation
foundation toundnton for forleord or Lord Ir ROSEBERTS ROE IiosEnEnyshopes EnyS hopes hor of ofgaining orI ofgaining
I gaining recruits rClll among nmon the Unionists UnionistsThe Unionit UnionitThe UnionistsThe
The position p ilon taken tukcJ by b > tho meeting meetingover
over which the Duke of ofpredded DKVOXSilinn DKVOXSilinnpresided DROSSUR DROSSURI
I presided pr ldc offers oeT ndditlonnl nliiioMI proof prof of the thefact tbeI thefact
fact that not tho London Time
I llnclon but tho thoLondon thor theLondon
London Spectator Spaalor is the trustworthy trustworthyspokesman trultworhy trultworhylpkelman trustworthyspokesman
r spokesman lpkelman of the Liberal Unionist party partyTho partI partyThe
I Tho Timt it may la bo b remembered rememberedpraisod rmembr rememberedpraised
praised prls Lord Ln RosuBEnvB repudiation repudiationof rpudiaton rpudiatonof
of Homo Rule and showed itself
Horo Rle Id show Itf ready readyto ry ryt
to t aoclalm aoam a n now Imperialist Impralt party partywhich py pywhch partywhich
which whch of oouze oour OW would u bar to t depend depei4to dependfor dope dopeto
for to to th th the bulk buk of it It Ui voting T rtraocth at
t 1
wkr WU1NbIOS i I Uii UiiNrtrI
Mrton of Lord fiUJaBxmta btnn bI1neThe btnnTha bf
I The Spectator o oaBtU1 predicted aBtU1 thai there would woulb would wouldb wouldbe
tt te
T Spr
b be b no n such 1M deeertera de and ad the he prediction predlctlohas pricon priconb predictionhas
b has been b fulfilled te Lord Lr ROSBBBIV ROSBBBIVand RSBBET RSBBETad Ro8EflVand
and ad his hl three t henchmen hechn who probablby prblY prblYby probabl probabliby
by this t time te regard r1 him h aa a an a ign ignfotuut ii
fotuut tal hare hve been b officially omolaly inform informthat Intoro Informed Informedthat
that tht It they tey enter entr the t Liberal Lbral Unionist Unloniscamp Unlonlt Unlonltcp Unionistcamp
camp cp as recruit rlt they tbe will wl be b welcome welcomebut wlome wlomebut welcomebut
but not otherwise ot Their Tei dream dr ol olleading ot otlDdlng ofloading
leading lDdlng an a independent Idepet n and a quickly qulckljtriumphant quicly quicklytriumphant I
triumphant tumphat party py must mut bo b dismissed dismissedWlreleis dlamuwedWlrrleis dWl dWllrtlel
Wlrrleis lrtlel Telegraphy In the Pnolflc PnolflcOne PAcifc PAcifcOne PaoicOne
One difflculty dmout in I the way ay of a system sJtm ofcable o ocable ot otCble
cable Cble communication ommunlcaton that tt shall hal unite alour al al allour
our Far Fa Eastern Etr possessions p0lonl is I the te depth deptlof deph dephot depthof
of the ocean o in the tle neighborhood neighborho o oGuam ot otGua ofGuam
Guam Gua The water ww is I said sd to t bo deeper deeperthere deepethere depr deprter
there ter than th in any anyotor anyother other part paot partot of the world worldTho worldTo worldThe
The To physical phyic possibility pssibitY of landing Indlng at alGuam atGua atGuam
Guam Gua U I yet under consideration onldoraUon not noionly notony notonly
ony only by the te advocates avote of the bill bi foiGovernment for torGoverment forGovernment
Goverment Government ownership owerhip of the to proposed proposedPacific propoe proposedPacific
palfo Pacific cable rble but also IO by at least 10t one oneof onoot oneof
of the te private privat corporations orrton seeking sokig aconcession t tconcession a aon
on concession concessionOn lon
On Saturday Satuday there tere arrived ave at this thliport thl thisport
American steamship which had hadreceived Jrndreceived
port an I Amerc stamp ba
pr rive received an intelligible ItlUglblo communication ouCton coxnxnunicationbywireless by bywireless bywlrl0
wlrl0 wireless telegraphy tlegraphy from frm Cornwall Crwa 1550 1550miles 15Omitre
mle miles away and nd single enle letter lettr signals signalswhen s signalswhen a
when 2100 210 miles mlc away awayNow awa awayNow
Now Guam is i not so 8 far ta from trm our ourPhilippine ourPhlpplno ourPhilippine
Phlpplno Philippine Island ilnd of Mindanao Mindao as Mr MrMARCONI MrItIARCONI
MAncNI MARCONI and the Philadelphia Phladelphi wore werefrom woretrm worefrom
trm from Poldhu when the to last lat decipherable decipherablenossago decipherablemCgo decipherablemessago
mCgo nossago from frm that tat point pint was wa received receivedind rive receivedand
distance from from3an froman
and read rd Honolulus Honoluus trm trmS
S 3an an Francisco Frcsc la I leas le than thn that tht which whichwhich wblchwhich whichwhich
which was covered cnr by the signal signa S renorded re recorded r rore ¬
ore corded by Mr 1 MARCONIS URmns receiver reiver when wlen whenloo
210 1100 loo miles west wet of Poldhu The same sameipace sle slespc sameipaco
ipace mle more than tha covers cver the distance distancefrom ditanc distancefrom
spc from Honolulu Honouu to our Samoan Saoa island ilad of offutulla otTutula ofrutuila
Tutula futulla and our naval nava station sttoo at Page Pagojago Pag Pagepago
harbor harborWithin harborWithin
pno jago habr habrWihn
Within Wihn tho limit lmit therefore of actualpresent actual actualresent actua
prnt present resent achievement acieveent in the te matter mater of ofong oflong oftong
long ong distance dltc telegraphing tlographlng across acros tho thotea thoea I Isea
tea without tout a cable is I every ever American AmericaniMsossIoh America Americaposlon AmericanssossIon
poslon iMsossIoh in the Pacific Pacfc excepting excptng onlyhe only onlyhe ony onyte
te he long stage between betwon tho Hawaiian Hawaiianslands lawainn lawainn181nnd Hawaiianslands
181nnd slands and nd Guam Gua Tho marvellously marvellouslyapld mnneloUI mnneloUIrapid marvellouslyapid
method of ofransmitting oftrnnmttng ofransmltting
rapid development doelopmt of this thi motho
trnnmttng ransmitting Intelligence intelgence leaves leavO no doubt doubthat doubtthnt doubthat
hat a thousand thouad miles mie more or less Ic will willtoon wl willicon
soon bo b unimportant unimportantWill unimprant unimprantWi
Will Wi the electric electro current curnt that is I in the theuture thefuturo theuture
uture to t bind us u to our outlying outlng pos posesslons p poeassions
seion esslons in tho to Pacific Palfo bo maintained maintainedhrough mnlntned mnlntnedthrugh maintainedhrough
thrugh hrough a cablo cblo system the estimated estimatedirst etmato
frt irst cost ct of which is I 15000000 1500 according accordingo acring acringtl
and For Forgn Foreign Forign
tl o tho report repor of tho Interstate Intermto nd
eign ign gn Commerce Commoro Committee Cmmlteo of tho last lastlouse IMt10U lastlouse
10U louse and tho annual cost ct of operation opraton
1500000 150 Or will wi the Government Governmentiwsagos GoernmentmeO Governmentnossagos
meO iwsagos to Honolulu 10nolull to Guam Gu m to toagopago toPlgopO toagopago
PlgopO agopago to Manila llla be b flashed fahe through throughbo
tho bo air all from frm station Itton to station staton by the theystem thes theystem
s ystem tcm of MARCONI nco I of TESLA TEL or some somef someof
of f the other men of genius geniu now devoting devotingheir devotng devotngtheir dovotingheir
heir minds to t tho perfection prfeton of wireless wirelessBiography wirele wireletelegrphy wirelesselography
telegrphy telegrphyThl elographyThis Biography BiographyThis
This Thl question queton is not merely meely of specu specuitlve spcu spculatve specIativo
latve itlve interest Intert It Is i immediate Immolnte and andiractical andpltc andractical
pltc iractical and nd of concern cncr to t Congress Congresst
at Lt t the present preent time timeThe tme tmeThe timeThe
The Cost of Our New XfW Navy NavyA Xa XaA avy avyA
A return rtur made recently renty by the Navy Navyepartment Navyepartment a aeprtment
> epartment eprtment in response repon to a resolution resolutionf rColuton rColutonof
of f tho Senate Rnate calling calig for figures fgmM showing showingto Ihowlnl
the to cost t of the Now Ov Navy nvy Is n flnnn flnnnlal fnn fnncal titianml
cal lal history hitn of the navy na for seven sevenen sevencen eventeen
such U both bothitcreatlng bothIntrltng bothritereLing
teen cen en years yeat 1SS31000 IS310 and as i
No similar similarompilation similarompilation
Intrltng itcreatlng and important Imprtlt
rmplaton ompilation has hA over 001 been n made madeTho mndE ninthThe
Tho Departments response purports
to give the th figures fgur of the cost Ct of seventy seventyseven leventy leventyven seventyseven
seven ven finished fnllhc vessels voels added adde to the thenavy thon ho honavy
navy between betw n March 3 1883 18S when thefirst tho thofirst thofrt
first n frt act nc was W signed gno to t recreate rreto the thenavy then thenavy
navy n and June 30 3 l 10 IOQO x > it actually actuallygives Mtualy Mtualygive actuallygIves
gives give the amount authorized nuthorlze by h Con Congrew Congr Congross
that number of ofvessels ofCI ofvessels
grew gr to bo spent spnt on tt
vessels CI but given ghl the cost Clt of only sixty sixtyeight Ilxty IlxtyeIght sixtyeight
eight vessels Oel nine of the socalled soraied fin finished fn fnIshe finIshod ¬
ished Ishe vessels vOel not being completed cmpleto until untilafter unti untinfter untilafter
after the end of June JunE 1000 10 Tho correct correctfigures rrret correctfigures
figures fgurc ore ao easily ely to be b found however howeverand hocverad howeverafll
and ad they are highly interesting interestingFor Interctng InterctngFor
For the novcntynevcn ovcnty en vessels C cb added addedto nde
to the Ihl navy between betw n 1S8S and 1000 10 Con Congress ConrOM Congross ¬
gross rOM authorized n11thorze tho expenditure expendluro of orS70057 ofS7004057
37004057 S70057 The appropriations approprAton made madeafterward madenrterwnr madeafterward
afterward nrterwnr for the same sme vessels Cels amounted amountedto nmounto
to t 8103550507 1Z 0r7 of which 91576087 157687 was wasfor wn wasfor
for the hulls huls and nnc machinery hlnery and 141 1410S2tUO 41
052010 02110 for the armor and tho equipment equipmentofi euipment euipmentofi
ofi these thee ships Of tho eightyseven eightysevenmillion flghtsennmilon ightysevonmillion
million milon dollars dolaO more than twenty mil millions mi mUlions ¬
lions lon were WIr for tho nine vessels v sell not finishes finisheswhen finishedwhen l lwhen
when the Departments Deparments return rtur wan Wn madeup made madeup
up leaving for the sixtyeight Ilxtel ht vessels vesselsactually vcspls vcsplsI vesselsactually
actually ntunly 1 finished tnlshe tho to sum lum of St750O St750Oor 00750000 00750000or
I or nearly narly one million milon dollars eolnr for each eachship eachship eachship
ship The contract cntract price of those thoe was wasstnZS40 was54O22S402
5 stnZS40 n22S402 The following folowln table shows showswhat showswhat howRwhnt
what tho actual Ictual cost Ct was W and nd tho ele elements elo eloment do domnenUl ¬
ments ment that thlt made jt up upP upraid upPaid
P raid I < J contractor cOltrartou vonratofsPaid m S4U21r1 7073 7073Paid
Paid contractor tontarlof txtri ni 2 2nanSC 2nanSCWork 2eLlUcs 2eLlUcsWoit 28mCQ 28mCQWork
Work door by b Govrrnmrnt GOIffmrnt J1 21IMU21 245444272 245444272hull < M4 < J7J J7JMull
Mull Hulrmor armor eCm046M eCm046Mnun e0I0eC 041C4tCClull
nun lull protection protrtloD protectionTrlbI Ci3780 e7W e7WTral w wTrial
Trial Tral trip trl rxptniu 2PS 4U6UM 4U6UMSpfrd lueUHIpd 4C643244ped
Spfrd Ipd premium p preinlunuCast mlum 871J7 871J7Con 7S7 7S7el
Con el of rqjlpaie fqlpC 1372422a ll7J U7 312 47JM
Ton Tola TotalThe MOWSSMW MOWSSMWThe seIVa seIVaTe
The Te total ttnl cost cot Is thus thu seen el to t be very verynearly verynearly er
nearly nfnrl a 1 hundred hundre millions miion though the theoriginal theoriginal theorignal
original orignal estimates etlmato were re about abut twothirds twothirdsof
of that sum numThe sumThe umThe
The nine vessels el unfinished unfnllhe on June Jun
30 3 3 1000 10 in tho order orer of their authoriza authorization autor authorization ¬
tion ton by Congress Conre were wer tho Plunger the theKcarsarge theRe theItearsarge
Kcarsarge Re crge tho Kentucky the Illinois Illinoistho Jlnols Jlnolstho Illinoisthe
tho Alabama the Wisconsin WlrMln Vlsconslntho tho String Stringham flrn flrnham Stringham
ham tho Ooldsborough Ooldborugh and the Bailey BaileyOn naley naleyOn I3ailoyOn
vessels than 18 18CO IScloo000
On these thoo nine Ct more thn
000000 CO had ha been ben pent up to June 30
1000 10 and Id at that time tmo it was wa estimated eitimatedthat estimatedthat IMtmate
that 29073123 fg731S would bo the th total tota cost coston coston coston
on completion cmpleton The aggregate agregate cost Clt of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the sovcntyBoven 10enhseen vessels vocl authorized authorillnnd authorillnndbe and andbegun andbegun
begun be between bt el March lnlb 3 18M 1 and ane Juno
301000 30 10 1000 would ould thus bo b very er nearly nell 130 130OOIZ7703 130ocoooo
00000012077705030 OOIZ7703 ocoooo l07770GZn to be exact exactTho eX exactTime rt rtTho
Tho cost rt of each finished fnihe vessel eel Is Isgiven II IIJ1cn Isgiven
given J1cn in the report repr and ad the cost COlt of all allrepair ni allrepairs
repair replr made on o each ea ship since sinc it was wasfirst wasfirst
first frt turned ture over to t the te Government GovernmentFrom Goerment GovemnietitFrom
From the to former toneI table tble It appears ap lr that thatthe thAtthe thatthe
the Oregon is II the to most mo expensive expOlve ship shipIn shipI shipIn
In I the navy na as a she he cost ct 4575032 575032 7I0 The TheMassachusetts Te TeMa TheMassachusetts
the In Indiana Ind India ¬
Massachusetts Ma tu cost ct II0t1 0047117 te
diana d 13088 lo 3063311 715 the e Iowaflrat Iowa 10 16871308 16871308TtoflratIalMOOCt4977783 187
TtoflratIalMOOCt4977783 AMoumm flrat Mains cost 4e7T7 the t Brook
C L y yb
lym ee et t K Mt MSW W Uw New NY NYWHe York WMS WMSe4J 4141
e4J b WHe ad th tfea TOM T xu 14209111 f2l The e CeLumbis Co Columbia Co ¬
lumbia lumbl cost e eo t just Jut under four tou millions millionsof mlon mlonot
of dollars dOlan gaining Kang for her makers mRer makers350cxlo
S0 350000 in speed premiums prmium The Te Minne Minneapolis MInnOspoils lnno ¬
spoils 411 gained gaine p Ut1 414600 In premiums prmlul for forher torher forher
her makenr mlen the Brooklyn roklr the same e aa aathe I asthe
the Columbia ColumbiaThe ClumbiaTe ColumbiaThe
The Te repairs rpaon on the sixtyeight sltrelghvO sltrelghvOClt vessels vesselscost vesselscost
cost Clt s3U21 934323510 or just Jlt about abut 10 per percent pr prcnt percent
cent cnt of the to cost cst Some Sme of the a repairs repairshowever rpir repairshowever
however were er practically practcly rebuilding rebuildingFor rbuldlng rebuildingsFor
For example exaple the Chicago Cico was re repaired 10 10pr repaired ¬
paired pr three thr years yeaT ago at an a expense expenseof expn8e expn8eot
of 1357000 13S70 but but left the yard yr practi practically pract practicolly ¬
cally cly a 1 new vessel vcel The Te Oregonwhich Oregonwhichcost Oregonwhlchcst
cost cst originally orlglal more than tn any ny other othervessel othorveel othervessel
vessel veel has hI cost cst for repairs only 68000 53000the 68000the 80
the to Petrel a gunboat gnbat rpr which cost oat less 1C than thanhalf ta thanhaifa
haifa half haf a million milon to build buldb bulldhu has costin cost ct in repairsabout repairs repairsabout rpr rprabut
about abut a quarter quawr of its It original orgina price priceThe prl prlTe priceThe
The Te coat oat of building buidIng warships warhip has hasincreased hMIncra hasIncreased
increased Incra with wt tho improvements Imprvement in inequipment Inequipment inequipment
equipment and ad armament arament tho Illinois IllinoisAlabama IUlnolsAlabama 11nols 11nolsAlba
Nebraska and Geor Georgia Georgia ¬
Alabama Alba Virginia Virgiia nd Gr Grgla
gia gla and nd the to five fve vessels vCel authorized authorizedin autorze
in June 1600 lD the Now Jersey Jerer Rhode RhodeIsland Roo RooIlad RhodeIsland
Island Ilad Colorado Clomdo Maryland Marlad and ad South SouthDakota SouthDaot SouthDakota
Dakota Daot were expected Qpto to t cost c t more morethan mor morethan
than t six si millions milons each ec nine nin vessels vesselswore veset vesselswore
wore estimated etmat at more mor than tha five fvo mill millions aiiMions mI mIion ¬
other things being beingequal beingequal
ions ion each ec But thigs blg blgequa
equal equa the more expensive expnlve a war wa vessel vessella vCel vCelI
la I to t build buid the to loss lo apparently apprntr does doo It Itcoat Itcat itcost
coat cat to t keep kep her in I repair repir afterward afterwardA aterad ateradA
A further turtor table tbl shows the cost cat of the theplans to topln theplans
plans pln for each ec vessel v sel resolving reolvig tho to total totalexpense tt totalexpense
expense oxpno of the te designs deigs among aong tho four fourdepartmental tourdeprtmentl fourdepartmental
departmental deprtmentl bureaus burMUI of Equipment EquipmentOrdnance Euipmet EuipmetOrnace EquipmentOrdnance
Ordnance Ornace Construction Cntrcton and nd Steam Stem En Engineering Engieerng Engineerirmg ¬
gineering gieerng Some of tho figures fgure are arecurious Arecurous arecurious
curious curous The Te plans for tho Maine the thefirst thefrt thefirst
first frt battleship bttehip of tho New Navy Nav cost cst cst81698j cost3OtelS
8616918 81698j those for the to Texas Texl built buit in inthe Intho inthe
the Norfolk Navy NaV Yard Yar cost C8t 9195208 9195208Tho 919528Tho 9l95eSThe
Tho Keareargo Kearrgo plans pla cost C8t 11098288 10382288 tho theKentucky thoKentucky thoKcntucl
Kentucky Kcntucl plans pIn 10718773 The torpedo torpedoboats trdo trdobat torpedoboats
boats bat and nd destroyers dotrror cost COlt more to de design de design dosign ¬
sign proportionally prprtonal than tlnn tho larger largoI ves vessels vessel veseels ¬
eels sel from 3000 10 to 7000 70 apiece apieceTho aploc apieceThe
Tho figures fgure of tho report repr are not so soarranged 10 10arage soarranged
arranged arage as n to permit prit of any anY deduction deductionas doucton douctonn
as n to t the to comparative cmprato cost C8t of vessels vesselseighteen vesselseighteen e o oelghtcnrrr
eighteen elghtcnrrr years ago and now but It seems seemsas Icem8 Icem8Ir seemsas
as if tho more recent vessels veeL were WCIO com completed complotl cornploted ¬
plotl pleted at at1 a cost cst nearer norer to t tho original originalestimates orglnl orglnletmate originalestimates
etmate estimates than tho old ships ahlp were This Thisis Thl8Is Thisis
is to bo b expected expecte One certain cerUln deduc deduction deuc deucton deduction ¬
tion ton may be made though that how howover howover howover
over much muc our war ar vessels Ce have lavo and andshall andshal andshall
shall shal cost C8t wo are Betting cting good value vlue for forevery forevery forevery
every cent cnt spent 8pnt upon upn them themPorto themPorto themIorto
Porto Rico the Philippine Phlpplne CubaThe Cuba CubaThe CubaThe
The House Hou conferees tranquilly trnquly ac acooptcd a acptc acoopted
ooptcd cptc on Saturday 8atunay tho Senates Senatol re reduction re roduction ¬
ducton duction of twentyfive twcntyfe per pl cent In Induties Indute induties
dute duties on goods go imported imprte Into this thiscountry thl8countr thiscountry
countr country from tho Philippines PhllpplnC The Theapprehension ThonpprEhenlon Theapprehension
apprehension in that quarter that any unyreduction un unreducton anyreduction
reduction reducton of tho sort sor might provo n afatal nfatal nfatal
fatal wound to tho general system of ofprotection orprotction ofprotection
protection protction seems sems to have yielded ieded to tocommon tocron toconimnon
common cron sense senseEver feno fenoIel senseEvery
Ever Iel Every argument argment that was WI urged two twoyears twore twoyears
years re ago ao against againt tariff tarl reduction roucton for forthe rorthe forthe
the benefit bneft of Porto Por Rico Ric applied apple with withequal wih wihequal withequal
equal force forc to t tho case of tho Philippines PhilippinesProtection Phippine PhilippinesProtection
Protection Protcton survived surive first ft tho Foraker Forakeract Foraer Foraeract Foralceract
act and secondly secnd I free fre trade with Porto PortoRico Plrto PlrtoRco PortoRico
Rico Rco Protection Prtton is not mortally m rtly stricken strickenbecause strickenbCCUIO strickenbecause
because bCCUIO tho duties dutC on Philippine Phippine im imports Import imports ¬
ports port arc to bo b reduced reduce to threequar threequarters thrcuar thrcuarter ¬
ters ter of the Dingley Dngley rates Nobody Nobodythinks Nobodythinks obor oborthink
thinks so now nowNor nowNor nowNor
Nor will wi Protection take to its It deathbed death deathbed deathb ¬
b bed when whe justice is II done to t Cuba Cubn This Thisnations ThisnntonA Thisnations
nntonA nations moral morl responsibility rC8pnllblt for the thocommercial thecommcrdnl thecommercial
commercial welfare of Cuba is not less lessthan lessthan lessthan
than in the case of Porto Poro Rico Rc or of tho thoPhilippines thePhilippines
Turn King KingWhen Kln KlnWhen CingiiWhen
When tho Hon lon JAMES JAME STEPHEN Hooo Hooowas RooaWM boowas
was Governor of Texas Tcx 1 no other man manwas manW manwas
was W more ferocious tcrclous in his hi hatred hatre of cor corporations corporato corporations ¬
porations porato Ho 10 roared roar l against lalnt railroads railroadsand rairoad rairoadnnd railroadsand
and Wall al Streeters Strotcrl and plutocrats plutocrnt The TheTexas 1hoTexl TIleTexas
Texas Texl Democrats and nd Populists Popullt wept wepthappy wepthapp wepthappy
happy tears tearsThero ter tearsThere
There came a time after aCer he ceased to tobe tob tobe
Ther cme 1 tme CMe
be b Governor Goveror when he seemed seme to suffer 8urer a achange achanl achange
change chanl Ho In was WI charged chlle with wih being a acorporation acrporaton acorporation
corporation crporaton lawyer always nlwala a avery very erlrlouI erlrlouIcharge serious seriouscharge seriouscharge
charge in good god Dryanito nrranlo communities communitiesStill communitie communitieSti communitiesStill
Still Sti he kept kept his hll lli place plnr among tho faith falthtul falh falhwi faithLu
Lu tul and nominated BRYAN ltmty whenever he hegot hegot hogot
got a chance chancj on one occasion oCMlon to tho great greatdiscomfiture grentdlscmfturo greatdiscomfiture
discomfiture dlscmfturo of Tammany Tnmman Hall 1al In 1900 1900ho 10 1900ho
ho was as sonorously lonorollly Bryanite lanle M In 1890 1890viewed 180 1896viewed
viewed Iewe commercialism cmmerclim with alarm nlnm andshuddered and andshuddered nndRhudderd
Rhudderd shuddered in all al tho extent of his hl sev seventyfour seventyrour sayentyfour ¬
entyfour or seventyfive inches Incho at the theMoney theIone theMoney
Money Ione above tho Man ManIn Mn ManIn
In 1901 101 the oil 01 In tho lands landl of the Beaumont Beau Beaumont neu neumont ¬
mont district diltrict decided decde to havo some somefun somefun somefun
fun with certain crain Democratic Democrato statesmen statesmenwho statesmenwho tatcsmenwho
who had ha boon bo in tho habit of saying ylng fool Boolto noolto foolto
to corporations crrntoM and of throwing throwng a afit AlIt afit
fit when the word or plutocracy was WI ut uttered ut uttered ¬
tered tere Up squirted suirte the oil 01 down went wenttho wenttho wentthe
tho barriers balol of wealth weat Thenceforth Thencrorth the theproud theprud theproud
proud Spartart Sprln1 name of boon was WI to t be beassociated bensoeiatcd
associated focatc with wih syndicates lydlCtc and monop monopolies monopelks ¬
elks ole and nd millionaires mllonnlrM The scourge lcurg of ofcorporations ofcrprtlon ofcorporations
corporations had hn become bcme their promoter promoterTho promoterThe prmotor prmotorTho
Tho bcllower belower nt plutocracy plutcrnc found himself himselfget hlm8el himselfgetting
get gettng getting ting rich richA re
A tow days dn ago ao ho wont to London to totell t totell
tell tel tho City of tho glorious gloriou opportunity opportunityto oppruty opprutyt
to t invest Invet in oil shares share and to t boost bOt a acompany aompan acompany
company ompan His Hi financial fnnoln and ad social Ica prog progress progrOllleem progrols ¬
ress rOllleem seems to have boon bn rapid He has hasbeen hMbn hasbeen
been dining with the chiefs of finance fnar and andof nd ndof andof
bn of fashion His coming cming grand gad trium triumphal triumpha triumpllal ¬
phal pha tableau tbleau and apotheosis nptel are ao fore foreshadowed foreshadowed ¬
shadowed Ihadowe in this lhl despatch despatchLONDOX despatchIoxDo dcllnth dcllnthLNO
LONDOX LNO Mtrcn trch I 1Mr Ur CHOITH CBOUI the lb Amerleia AmerleiaAmbuitdor AmelUI AmelUIAmbundor AmerleaAmbtuidor
Ambuitdor Trill wl iU prrnnt prffDI reaeflt cxGorrmor UOOYfor Hooa 10 ol olTtiu 01Tuu atFti
Ttiu Fti at llbe lbeJtngsIcvesneR be Klnet Xlnclevennl levee next Fridr FridrWhat Frdr FrdrWhat rrldarWhat
What does dO WHEELER WnERLn of Paduoah Paduoahthink PauMh PauMhthin Paducabthink
think of that tat now Another patriot patriotcharmedv ptot ptotchao patriotcharmodby
charmedv thin charmodby by saintseducing Intsucng gold old An Another Anoter Another ¬
other chao oter American AmerC citizen ctzen crawling cawlng to t th thfiteps the theItep thesteps
steps Itep of the throne throneBut thrne thrneHut throneBut
But what whatlhal shall tho great Irtat man wear welr at attho ntthe atthe
the levee leve The Te Hon Jon HENRY JEsnr WHITE WHITESecretary WJE WJESecrt WnirzSocretary
Secretary Secrt of the American Amercan Embassyatocxi Embassy Embassyutood EmbM EmbMltoo
utood up for court curt dress drC and nd the rigor r or of oftho orthe ofthe
the ltoo game nnd without witout doubt dou tho Atlan Atlantean Atan Atantean Atlanteam
tean bulk of Mr Ir Hooo 1000 would be b over overpowcrlngly 001 001pwerngly overpoweringly
powcrlngly pwerngly splendid Iplendhl In court cur costume costumeBut cstume cstumeBut costumeBut
But he and ad his hl friends trends pleaded plEc for sim simplicity simplcty aimpllcity ¬
plicity and ad ordinary evening dress drc Mr MrCHOATB MrCI MrCnoATa
plcty orlnn
CHOATB CI OATB and ad Mr WnrrB Wnl softoned orone and andIt andIt andit
It Is i thought tought that the Oil 01 King will il 1ll bo bodmUa hocladja
dmUa caJa evening coat cat and waistcoat watcat and andknee nd ndkno andknee
knee kno breeches brcho and Id silk ik stockings stcklnp whea wheahe wh whho wh03he
he before King EDWARD
appears app bfor EDW 1
Mr M Hooo Ho hu long taken te a I deep dfp Intawt Int un
in h Mike tfce subject of drew Jtta fe is kaowa kaowaTexas b bTea i iTexas
Texas Tea ib as I a dr dress o reformer rtorer Je and ad has halpken halpkenott epoki epokioften spokei spokeioften
often ott for fora a sensible snlbl rational rtona simple dn dnfor dr dreis dreisfor
for men A thin ti alpaca apaC coat oat or 01 plalihonest plain plan planhonot plainhonest
honest honot shirt hir slesres seao esvos ia f a put plr of thegar thegarwhich the gab gabwhIch garl garlwhkh
for weaiWho wear wearWho
which ho recommends rcmmend summer mmerwcr mmerwcrWho
Who would havo thought that tnt this thl pralsof praise prnlr prnlrot praiseof
of homely clothes clothe would soon sn be b stand standing std stdIng standfag
ing before btor Kings KingsWell I IVelI
King i iGreat in inGrt Ii IiGroat
Well Wel there tero are ar few longer legs
Great Grt Britain rtn than those to which the te HoiJIM Hoi lon lonJIM HonJIM
into smalls nei neiFriday next nextfiday nexFriday
JIM Hooo 1000 Is I to t insert Inr int smal
Friday fiday and ad there theo 1s I no heartier helor loug laugianywhere louganywhere laugh laughnnyher
anywhere nnyher Tho Oil al King Is I a good felloeboars felloe tolow tolowba followboats
boars ba up under his hi actual and nd prospoc prospoctivo prsp prospeetire
tire tvo riches richC bravely can cn shake hands n nstrongly 1 1strngly astrongly
strongly strngly as Many any man mn In Inthc the he world would woulhave wouldhae woulihave
have made mne a persuasive pluale book agent an anwill ane amwill
will wl probably make the King take takesmall n namal I Ismall
small amal block of stockAn stock stockAn
stoc stocAn
An atrabilious atrablou New Englandcr Fllandcr writln writlnof wtng wtngof writing writingof
of course cur to the Springfield Springfel Republican RtpublieaIronically Republca RepublcaIrnlcay Republicanironically
Ironically Irnlcay applauds applud Secretary mtn HAT lu f fusing for foruig fo fousing
uig using In I hU hl McKinley MoKlllY oration orton the phrj phrjundar phrasI
I under the th ihadow low of our flag fag In I refer refeiring rrt1 rrt1riK referring
ring riK to t our recently rKentyacu acquired island posses poeseixlon p possesphone
Idon phone Could Cu anything aytig bo b more mor ckel cl1y cl1ydOlptve c1oeeldescriptive ckeldescriptive
descriptive dOlptve bo h asks It I might mght bo b mad madstronger mdo mdotnger msdstronger
stronger tnger by Inserting isrig the word won cold cld be beforo b before
foro shadow sdow but that tht IB I not necessary neoeewjCutting ne8 necessaryGetting
Cutting Cting off of the t eunshlno eUblno Implies IpUe cold coldDAVID cld cldDAVID coidDaviD
DAVID the te Psalmist Pealt it appear appat corn cornmltted cm cmmIte cornmitted
mltted mIte the thoame same rhetorical rhetoric hnproprlet hnproprletwhen Inproprlety Inproprletywhe baproprietwhen
whe when he Implored iplor the te Lord Lr to keep kCp m munder me meudor miunder
under udor the shadow 8hOW of Thy Ty wings wingsItEV wlg wlgnEI wingsREV
The e Mights U hta and Courtesies Courteal of the Iht Crondri CrondriHallway Crolrd CrolrdRalay CrondriUIIway
Hallway Ralay Car CarTo Cr CrTo CarTo
To TUB FDiTon or TUB TUI Bex SeNSI Sir H Hpated Re Rea Re Repated
pated a < d notice notco of the occurrence ODurrlno on a I Jerso JersoCentral JIIC JerseC3atral
Central train herein hlrllD tho Rev RevJalph Ralph Ilawl IlawlHchoonmakcr 1nr1 1ay i ittchoonmaker
tchoonmlker Hchoonmakcr VM Inl as unfortunately unfortuna < Iy Involved Invoiveddemands Involveddemands hlolddemands
demands a I statement tnltment which will wi rcllovi rcllovitha rlloe rlloethl reilovthe
the thl mind of nil 11 Presbyterian PrlblerIID gentlemen gentlemenof lentemen lentemenof
of any misconception mlcnopton of tha lh hs character charlctor o otheir ot otthllr otheIr
thllr their rrpresontnttro rllrllonllt 10 In the foreign forelin Held HeldMr neldMr fieldMr
Mr Sohooninnker fehooDIker entered the train wltl wltlMr wllhMr wttPMr
Mr A U Baatt > an old friend trllnd whom h hhad ho hohld hi hihad
hld had not It seen Rtln for years Inr Mr 11 lr Beatty DeaU re reuueated rl rlQUtalld rsquested
quested QUtalld him to hold a neat fllt while hle he hl wen wenForward went wenttor weiforward
tor Forward wad to t find Ind hi hU brother In another car cariwurlnz carauulnl earaQurin
auulnl iwurlnz Mr r fjchoonmnker Scloonmlke of hl hts qulcl qulclreturn Quik Quikrelurn qulclireturn
return To InQulrlt Inquiries Mr Ir Skhoonmake Skhoonmakeraado Hchoonmakermado Hchoonnakamade
made the usual UIUollllWlr answer In such lucl cases cla and Ind i iabjection 10 10objecton Jobjection >
objecton abjection or complaint was wa heard helrd excep excepfrom eClpt eClpttr excepfrom
tr from m th thi peiboa pec comfortably cmforlbly seafod o oppoaIt oppo oppoilt oppoel
el ilt To blm Mr 11 Bohoonmuker Sohoonliker courteous courteousexplained courteously courteouslyuplalned eourteouslexplained
explained tim Ihl situation Itulton After Arlr the trailitarted trail trlnIlortld trairstarted
Ilortld started and Ind It became nvldrnt vldlnl that thlt Mr MrUuatty MrDuIY Mr1Jitty
Uuatty DuIY wn WIS was doUltiecl Mr Schoonmake Schoonmakenxplalned 6choonmakereplained Schoonniakaep1ained
eplained nxplalned to the Ih conductor who Inqulrei Inqulreiind IIQulrld IIQulrldand inguireand
and through him offered ottrl the scat to tw twirontlemen 10 10Ientlmen tWgentlemen
Ientlmen gentlemen who were ere standing ftandln In lIlA car Cr a atome al alome nsome
tome distance No lady Ildy iad was Wi kept otandlni otandlniU tAndlnat
at any lnT time timeThe UmoThe timeThe
The abuse abu of the person pnon opposite oppllO con conInued contnuld continued
tnuld Inued to Tlalnfleld llennlld without active resent retenttnent rfalnl rfalnlment resentmont
mont from Mr Schoonmaker tchoonmakrr This Tbl self selfrestraint 11 eIf eIfrestraint
re restraint trlint wa 1 < mistaken for timidity tmidity and afte aftet lfer lferbolh aftetboth
both t > oth had hld left Ilt the Ihl train trin the tht unknown ulknown persoi persoiitruok pernrstruck lon lontruok
struck Mr rtchooninakir who whl was 1 we encum encumtiered fncum fncumered encumered
ered with wlh rchoonmakr several le large Ilrlt bundled bUldlfa equarcl equarclM eQulrlly eQulrllyI
Schoonmaker repell c chl d ditii
In M I the law 11 Mr 6ehoonmklr repUd repUdIhl
Ihl hl and subsequent ubaQllnt attacks uUleks with an In ablllt abllltffhlch abllY abllYhleh abilitwhieji
ffhlch hleh makes mlkl his previous selfrestrain1 selfrestrain1ill allfrlltalnt
ill the th more remarkable and nd cannot cnnot lonr Iwihim lonrilm 11P
him 11 In the opinion of any Iny who ho know the nobll nobllty nobl nobliIts
Its ty of hU hi character charaCter and nd the seIfsacritl seIfsacritlhe elf 11llcrllt 11llcrllthe > sacrlllc <
I he 10 Is maklne maklnl for his hi fellow frlo men menToo Iln IlnThl menThe
Too Thl criticisms of A Presbyterian lrrlbllrllD Iresb2teriantieman > 0en 0enlemon Oln Olnmln
lemon mln critcism would wOlld In my opinion IK I entire entirewarranted entrlh entrlhwarrlntfd entireiswarranted
warrlntfd warranted had the thl more mON highly colored clord pw pwenorts pr prrlrta prereport
rlrta report enorts been bn true 1111 and Ind f 1 admit Idlnlt that Mr Mricnoonmnker Mrchoonmaker Ir IrSchoonmlker
Schoonmlker icnoonmnker did exceed e d his legal right rlghtin rllhif
In n holding holdlnl a I seat for anybody btlll bll corn cornnon common conIcon
non courtesy curt e acknowledges Ieknoedjrl such a prlv prlvlego prll prh11p
1180 11p lego where hlre It It dOlf does not Ilrtcly tlirectiy i i iencn Incmpn IncmpnlInCA Ineonven Ineonvenlence I
lInCA lence encn other pasxengers puenfI especially Ilplelaly ladles ladlesha laCkslha Iltlto
lha ha h abuse of this courtesy Is most reprt reprttenslble rlpre reprehensibie
tenslble and Ind the suggestion of such Ilch nnun nnunn Ihul ahuIn
In henlllie n this case does dOla ul8llon Mr Uchoonmaker dee deenjustlcr dfp dfpInustc deer deerLnjuatlc I
LnjuatlcMr njustlcr njustlcrMr
Inustc Mr Heattya selfacknowledged lelaeknlflrtd hlam hlamlardly blaml hiamhartly
hlrlly lardly 1 lutT enters Into the Ihl discussion dlscl lon but blt th thmknown the IheInknown theinknown
Inknown mknown aggressor can under th ths < ctrciim ctrciimtancea ctrcunfiancee
fiancee tln e rec rlhe receive Rigenor 111 htttl ImplhY1 sympathy L Ln llpclnll 4pPcInhl 4pPcInhlLn crelm crelmtln
In n view of tl the cardly cowardly method 01 o Ilt hie allel ettitek ettitekJ
49 a WjkttflT WLL ALLH 8r New York March Mlrch I 1luane iDuane IDuane
Duane IICTiureh I II Ourlh Cnurehi and Othrr Olllr Uatclmiakrri UatclmiakrriTo alrlmlllr alrlmlllrTo aetiniakcrsTo
To THE T UDiion or THK THY Tu BfS BtsSi Sir Acre AproIDS AprG AcreP05
pos IDS of Horace 10rac L Arnold article arice In relatloi relatloio rflaUon
10 o Duane II I Churchs debut Mlut as a a captain Npllln o onduitry 01 01Indulry 01Industry
Industry and to tl his Inadequate Inndlqul reoocnltlor reoocnltloriut rtclllon rtclllonoullde recocnition2utstda
oullde iut lde of the watohrankeri watohmnklr I hare hnl to ray n ar arI a awatchmaker M Ma
a watchmaker who long lonl ago nll recognizer recognizerit rcoelld rcoelldht
ht hti it ability abity In the thf line ln he Is now followinglint following rolowlnl
Ihat lint his hi appearance aplearane to the I general Ilnlrnl public publhind publc publcand publictnd
and Prince Irlne Henry Henr Is I In line ln with wih the present presenraze pe presentrrazc enl enlcrlzo
crlzo raze to laud theman themln behind the gun In anr anrn and anoIn andn
In n this case cal as a In the other olllr the Ihl gaze RIO l lIvetted f irivetted <
rhlled Ivetted on the thl man and the gun In forgotten forgottenMr torlolln
Mr 11 Church Is I modenty moety perronlfled pelonlnld and Ind h hrotild hI hIwOlld e ewould <
wOlld would tell 111 us that the American Amlrlan Waltharr WaltharrVatch WalthamWatch llham llhamWltch
Wltch Watch Company Cmpany Is I now has been hIn and Int alwayitill always alwayswill
1 till be hl the thl wellspring welprlnl of Its 11 own progress progressle prOlrlI prOlrlI1f progreelie
1f lie le would wOlld say 11 that Ihll he Is 1f only one Ol of man manrho mnnwho ninawho
who have hle contributed to its Il development developmentlo dftlopmlnt dftlopmlntle
le lo would give civi credit crflt to A U J Ij DennUon 1lnnbon tinather tin th thflthlr therather
flthlr rather of the thl tIi American Amlrlcnn watch end Ind to each eachuccewlve Och OchRuc eachuccestve
Ruc uccewlve lve mechanical mchlnlenl superintendent uplrlntlndpnt Mrchurch Mr MrJhurch MrChurch
Church and all 11 others olhlu In thli line Ino of manu manupicturing manuIlcturlni manusctuing
picturing will uncover In the presence ol olloyai otROTI ofItoysi
Ilcturlni ROTI loyai E Hobblns 1 uncr Mr II Church Church a brlllUnci brlllUnciles br111nc br111nc1f
tee In his Y ability Iblly to approach IIJrolch clo dor r to Ideal Idealutomntlum Id11 Id11IulomaUm Idaiutnmntlem
1f IulomaUm utomntlum than Is 1 u lu1 ieul ual among Imonl designers deslirnerind d designersmd ljer
nnd nd ronMriictor Inlrlclor Tim baulo principle ol olilr orr otr
ilr r Churchs Chlrchf method mlthod 1 the carrlspe cRrrllFe of A ninlt Aunit amit
unit or part pat of a watrh ollh from one ont tool 100 or ma mahlne m mchine inshine
chine to another tool tol or machine mnllD lor each eachuccesslve Iach IachlUCN8Ip eachiueceeIve
lUCN8Ip uccesslve operation by b means of variant variantnechanlcal variousiieehsnt Irloll Irlollmfchlnleal
mfchlnleal iieehsnt nechanlcal ah Oplrlton movements mOfmnt In lieu Ilu of like Ikl serrice ser serlr Ir Irj >
rice lr < > by human hUIM hand handThere hundThlre handThere
j There Thlre teems to be more surprise lurprlI manl manlIV manlrlale manissted
rlale sated ever lvr fm IV the Ihl Ji debut d but t mtrl of 0 of Mr 11 r Church Cblrch < than thaniver < ttln ttlnor thanver >
iver the Ih appearance Ippllrnc of betterknown Urkl01n men meniut mfl menjUt
bul jUt why h I should a roan mn of his Intelligence Intelligencee IntllflC
bl e kept In obscurity ob8Clrl why should holid he h be e c co ero
ro o e Thom bor to hlufrh hlu h unseen Infen and Int waste WIRtf Its Itsweetnem ls lswllnf itsweetfls
weetnem wllnf 8 on tti lie desert dllrl nlrt nlr Borne 8011 one one1UM onemu onenuet
mu 1UM t take tlkl tho places III of the th oldr one on and andrho andwho andeho
who more morl tit II It to II come 101t up lp I1i than Dunne 1UR II IIJhureh I Iihurch
Chlrch Jhureh Bring Drlnl up lP the others other put plt out Olt fresh freshroods freatireeds I
roods While Whll comparatively 10lPRrlUIy happy holp and nndealnus Ind IndJRlo18 andesinfle
JRlo18 101d8 ealnus of none non I mutt IUat confess ronll to being hplnl on onhe onIh onhe
Ih he downward Hope iopi pursuing tlrulnl the thl iiven Iln ven tenor tenorVViUSTINOS tenoror tenorJr
or my way 10herai unheralded OPd and Inknon InknonHASINGS unknown unknownv
JKRRGT JusT CITT CIT Feb Ffb 27 JTnldstjls 27oldI 27014styi
nldstjls fleets nootiTo noo nooT fleetsTo
To T TH TUB CDiton rnto or Tnt sex SrJr ScSt Vlr In the report reportf rrr
ot If f th the preccedlo i at 1 tb tb the < McKinley tcKlnlfY memorial mrmorlitrvlces memor memorialervtcea
afICPI trvlces U I li noted that Prince rrnr henry Jfnr ot Pruula IruaalamMed Pruularoued lrull lrullfrMPd
frMPd roued hU legs leI leg and dlsclnncd < 1cnAld the fact that tbll ha wars warslie 1or 1orIbe vorehe
Ibe lie oldttylc olditle lop boot In the Encllsh nclh Army Armynfton Vei Veiington > fl flInllon
Inllon nfton boots bt are lre part Plr ot the fulldress tldr uniform uniformice unlorm unlormue
ice Press n nfcllon fleguhition < ruUtloni and nd probably th the Mme MmettuUtlon urnegttstlon me merflulalol
rflulalol ttuUtlon hold lold with 1cI Continental ntnnla MTlCe wr rn1Ie 1cn There Tbtrxi Tff
I I i a reason fun for or It I The To trousers truSn retain fllllllr their ships shipsistead IhlpInlfa shapeustead
Inlfa istead of wrinkling wrnknnr about bolllbl the ankles u when hpn low lowhncs lowabnu howhoes
hoes are ae worn wor Moreover MOlove there the Is I uniformity uniformityrhlch Illnrml Illnrmlwlirb uniformityebtds
wlirb rhlch Is I i perhaps Irh preferable pfeblf to the variety nrfl allowed allowedi alowfd alowfdII
button shoes shoesice shoesIce Ihoflae
II a i our service where ter can be seen fn
lae ice shoes Con Cnrlu 000gm rcss tillers Ac 1 some Mm with plain plaines IIn IInloel plainocs
with itch h beet ls some someilIb ornertth
loel ocs es others cspped rrlfd some re 11 1I11h heta re rewlb
wlb rtth low 10 For YIr field lpId senIce rlrld uniformity uniformityhould unlormlr unlormlrbould uniformitybould
bould in hang lanr and ad a 1 man maf should wear wearif urIlbe urIlbeurplel If the theupplles theuppliCs
upplles are re lrocurabloWh61 procurable whsl wlal suits aull him bat bstsndaU bslInd batendali
Ind urplel sndaU moccasins moCaln Jack boots bo putties pulin or letflns letflnsrtth Iflrl IflrlIb heggi heggietth
rtth Ib half b boot bo or what not but In full ul fl 11 5g the theoototourdaildlM Ibebl theoot
oototourdaildlM oot 0 ofourdaddi3ithe our daddo Is I the proper prpe thing thingtly Iblnrly thingii
bl tly ii the way r I never lefr hesrd erd of pressed plesd trousrn trousrnat trU8 trU8lor tlou5eror
lor at soldiers ldlfu on the th other olb side nut lul then I havens havensieeo hsvcnleen 1fnl 1fnlb
In i my m day dayre da da1e dabce
b een there for or a good rod many mar
1 Ilee clothes In quarters for foreversl loraee forever1
re u ued ed W wear fr our new II qurln
1e eversl uo days to eel the lh Ironing lrnlor marks makl out Iul Ob Obruslve Oi 01rusty
aee dra I
rusty brand newness nwn of 0 clothes dolb was eorwld eorwldred fMld fMldufd eonsidred
suitable for counterjumpers In tbelr tbelrundsybest IbelrSundaT ibeirtundsy
ufd red more aulbl eunteJumpu
SundaT undsybest best ExnoTtM4 ExnoUL MltL MltL1aw iAalxi iAalxixw iKi iKiK
K 1aw xw w VOB ola March re t tnrln Inrlal 1firing
firing nrlal Filipinos FiIpIno Here Herem le leT
a Would It notrnve not notSort nolpne
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SC luld
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T UI benent to Ibe InbIIUU uhattlttaof 0 Ie IeIhlppin ti titIllppinti
rnve 0 of especial benfll
pne upela
United States In their theirillittIOTt
tIllppinti u well a fur r Ib the Unld
Ihlppin el the Fiii Fiii40os
illittIOTt 10 bring a number ar 10 FU FUpin
1111101 40os represeatative brlr 01 lh the dUlupnl 11 tribes bu 10 10Ib tobe
pin rpruentln
IltInt bUf would In Inbort a ahart
Their woud
Ib be Ltttwd StitCi SII Tflr 11lor
tnle < better IbM through our ourOmmluonnl ourommtutontf3
Sort time show them far sr e ethe tha
ommtutontf3 lme the tbm working rklnc of Ij our D cutoms tUltom aIS aISour sod sodur d dur
Ommluonnl natives returning returningnd rturnlnrreldnr returningealiting
very ur
these nlvu
ur laws I Then Ibep
our TfD Li Welt U the bp laws lawsustomi
reldnr our laws and nd ntitOO 1t011 a el 111 111cusom
auperiii0n 0 of Ibfl their OW own people roplewould peopleroutd
ustomi and d aU
cusom would be mar able ble to 0 fU CU rOrmfn gemment Plona Plonand poaflions poaflionsnd
the sdvsnt advaotie1 es of our ourmho ourJnbo ourneibods
nd In that lb cspselty briar brDr dvnllt
i their countrymen countrrmenNaw countrymensw
lime before IbPr fUnlfmrn
neibods mho in le lea 1mI bplof
Jnbo 8 > Tl TlWont 1 a aWoCt
Naw sw Tons 011 Maich tafh 2
Wont 01 Compromise Compromiset CompronlaF
Froei the C caumbu w wlrI reftM2 RpW RfJiiWCl RfJiiWClThe tll tllI
F deetiDed to ban banI baYI
I n The 1ta3or of LutUe ioutzvtlle ha cftned
Jar after ner him This seems
namfd Til
5r enginsoamed m
I I IfW DtW lr er 1jttlpithy 00 Wi WiI
0 bS ourvtu the KcntutkY aUatbr
I I t > rldlevleos 14010 o extrtms e m
r I 1 1BY
A Cootteaca Cu80 Use to Be e Bain J Aer Aerthe Aere Aerethe eO
the te loath oarh P Prt Part rt of the te Continent ContinentA Contnmt
A great gat railroad rilod enterprise etrls U I gettl gettlunder geting getinguder gettirunder
under uder way InAustralla In Australia Autria Tho To surveys aUre ha habeen habeen
been bn made mae for a railroad ralrd from Port A Agusta Au Auf11 Ai Aigusta
gusta f11 In the Stats Stt of South Suth Australia AUAtra cle cleacross olear oleararM dci dciacross
arM across tho ho southern lutber edge of the contlne contlneto oontnent oontnentto
to the mining miig town of CoolgardlotnWeste CoolgardlotnWesteAustralia Clgrlo CoolgardloinWestelAustralia I Westr
Australia Autrl As Coolgardle Co1garle U I already alra join joinby Joined Joinedby jolneby
by rail rl to Perth Perb on the west Wst coast ot tho trarcontinental trar tans tansontlental tyancontinental
wh whIt when whenIt wheIt
continental ontlental road will w1 be b completed complote
It reaches rches that point pointTh pint pintTo pointThe
Th To The road rd will wi run rn quite near nea the se sewhore seiwhere a aber
whore ber a telegraph telegaph baa ha for years yor connect connectthe cnnet connectsthe
the eastern eaur and ad western wcstr coasts oots of the co cotlnent cn cntinnt cottinent
tlnent tinnt Ninetenths Nletenhs of the mileage mlpage will wi 1 1through 1 1through
through throuah one of tho most barren barrn desor desorla desr desarlLa
la 11 the te world worl hut the building buiding of rallroa rallroathrough rairoads rairoadsthrugh railroacthrough <
through thrugh desert dtr lands ld8 no longer lonrr offers oler dill dllcult dim dimoult dillcalL
cult problems problel to engineers cnglners The o problems problerhave problemshne problenhave
have been bn solved Ih d and no 10 one on doubt th ththa that thattho hi hithe
the stretching slrtcli of a railroad rairoa across ncro8 this thl pa paof pr paof
of Australia AwraU will wi Iw successfully 6uCruly carried care 01 01Tho out outTo ouTho
Tho To engineers enalner say Y that on the llmeotoi llmeotoiplateau Imetono Imetonoplteau limeetorpateaU
plateau plteau to the north of tho Great Grat Australia AustralliBight AustraliaBgltt AustraUanDight
Bight along ulonl whoso ho9 shores shors tho track w wbn wl wi wibe
bn b laid Is I the only part par of tho contlne contlnewhere contnent contnentwher continorwhore
where wher thor lhor there are ar no native nltho tribes trlb A co coslderabl cn cnIlderab cotalderable
slderabl Ilderab number of natives howovc howovelive howovclive hooerlve
numbr Mtves
live lve traversed traversedUntil traversedUntil In I the western eater part pr of the region rgion to 1 1traversed I Itraversed
trver Until the engineers recently rnty went ont ov ovthis over overth ovethis
th this Unti dosolato dOllto Engors country cutr the te region rgion had ha be becrossed bn bnorod bee beecrossed <
crossed orod only by Eyre who while vainhunting vain vaily vailyhWtng vatolhunting
hunting hWtng for new nw Eyo pasture patu lands made mdo tl tlJournoy the theJourey ft ftjourney
journey Jourey in 18tO41 1804 that thlt cost ct him hi no mu musuffering muoh muohurerng muc mucsuffering <
suffering rades radesTula radesTW radeeThis urerng and Id the loss loa of his hi white con conrades comrades corrradee
This TW railroad raira will wU complete orploto the connectlc connectlcby cnnecIon cnnecIonby oonnectloby
by rail rai of all al tho Important centres cntrES of pop poplatlon poptlation
Imprnt ppu ppu1tlon
1tlon latlon In Australia Autrai excepting eoptlg eom sme some Isolate Isolaiisattlomcnts Illate Isolatesettlements
settlements letloment on the north norh nnd northea northeacoasts norllalt norllaltolts northeaicoasts
coasts olts Heretofore leretoror It has ha always bet betnocossary bCn bCnnooMr been000MMy
nocossary to r travel by sea ln between btwe Pert PertFranuuiue Per PerUFrernantlo
Franuuiue nooMr Fr maUe and Albany Alby tho most Importai Importaitowns Impralt Impralttowns importartowns
towns In the SUt Stte State of Western We tr Austrell Austrelland Autrli Auetralizand
and the thl welldevoloped te regions rglolll of Victor Victorand Victoria Victoriaand Victorand
and New o ow weldevolop South Wales WalesISut Wale WalesIJut
ISut ut with Sut the building buiding of this railroad rirad tl tlJourney tho thoJourey th thjourney
Jourey Journey may my to bo b made from trm the nouthwe nouthwecorner IUtWlt IUtWltcanlor southweeooriier
corner of Australia Austrla through thrugh all al tho southei southeiStates luther southerStates
States 8ttel of the Commonwealth Cmmonwelih and nort nortalong north northalong nortalong
along the cast t8t coast Oat as a far an 8 Itockhampto Itockhamptoon Hookamptn Hookamptnon
Thu Thunearly Thuenearly hu hunearly
on tlio mIddle coast O lt of Queensland Queland
tI <
nearly all 81 the great grat mining mlnlna regions an anagricultural and andagrculturll anagricultural
agricultural districts dtlclH will bo 0 connected onnetd t trail b brU brail
agrculturll rail either by tho lEan along I10ng wi tho coasts Clt or orb orbbranches t tbranches by bybrancbe
branches from It already In operation opratlol I Ieastern I I Iealtern
eastern ea Australia Alftrall which pcnotrato penotrto Into Ito tl tlmining the themIning th thmining
mining tr and Inll woolproducing woolprduclng districts diltrlct of th thInterior Ihe Iheiterior ftinterior
Interior interiorEyre
InteriorEyro iterior Eyro Er wa W saved 1 from frol from death dot when I Iorossod ho hoors h horoaeed
orossod the continent 1 by tho discover discoverthat duvry duvrythat discoverthat
ors that tin hl could culd ontnclt obtain obtal water by b digging dlgglniIt diggingIt
It will bo remembered romembrod with wit what hat Inunli Inunlidifficulty Infnite Infnitedlfouly inilnitdimoulty
wi b
dlfouly difficulty tho famous overland telegraf telegrafline lelegrph lelegrphlne tolegrapline
line from trm South 6uth to North orth Australia AUltrlla wtcarried wt wucarried 18 18carrod
lne carried across acroA the waterless ltcrleI9 interior interiormeet 1 1meot 10 10mot
meet carrod mot the submarine eubmlrile cablo on tho nort nortOJOSt norh norhO nortoast
OJOSt O oastIltit OJOStHut
Hut lt lut ltlut a greAt deal has ha been bel learned learne abot abotpractical Ibut Ibutprctrll aboupractical
practical methods fur carrying clrrlnl on enter euteiprises enterprise enterprises
prctrll prise prises In tho deserts deserl since 1110 the overlan overlanielograph orlld orlldtlogrph overiantelegraph
tlogrph telegraph was wa stretched strtchcd across ncrM the sand eandwaste 8ndy 8ndywutp sandwastps
waste of Australia Austrai and there thcl In II no roaso roasoto rltl roasoto
t to doubt that the ho desert desr railroad rlrold now to tbuilt t bbuilt
dlfculy dlfculyBI buit difficultyXEII built difficulty linicultyAJJir will wU bo b completed cmplote without llout very vr grot grotliniculty grt grtdlfculy groadifficulty
AJJir BI ttOVTE lWtTE IXTO AF11ICA AF11ICAteamen A 4FflICASteahlierl Fi CA CAMlrlUllr
MlrlUllr teamen and alll Iorten to Connect tl tlSra Ihe IheSr th thSea
Sea Sr Wih Vllh Iih laUc 1IIe TnnR Tllal TllalA Torigaillcn TorigaillcnA iiIUn iiIUnA
A company cmpan has been n organized organl In Oe Oeiany Gtr Gtrman Ocr Ocrmany
man many under the namo of tho Central Qttrl Af Afan 4fr1 4fr1Dan r
On an Lakes Lkcs Company Compny to create Crltc a rcgul rcgulrannport rgular rgulartrnport regulatraneport
trnport rannport K trlc irriee rvlce from tho coast cut to La LaCyassa Lke Lkeyas Lak Lakyassa
Cyassa yas yassa and thence thtno to Lnlto llo Tangan Tangalika Tangalikaemplorlng Tanganyik Tanganyikemploying k kimploylng
employing 8000 80 native carrion carrer Tlio com comiany cm cmJy cornpany
Jy iany will wl carry ctry goods IOol for tho ho German Oo Oornment Goernment Oov Oovarnmnent
rnment for the btatlons tatlonl of Congo Fre Fretale FreState
Stt State tale In the fioutheostern louthelter part pr of its tern tcrriary ternLory terr
tr ary and for this thl numerous missionary mllHlonar an anrading and amtrading
trding trading posts plt that are ar distributed distrbuted over th thauhtry tho thoouhtry ftsouhtry
ouhtry ouhtryTho auhtry auhtryTho
Tho advantage adnto of this route Id II the thflargo thflargoamount lang largmount langamount
amount of wat water r transportation transprtaton it affordi affordircsRols alor allordeVessels
Veslohl Vessels from Europe may unload their tlielargoos theircrg08 lid lidargoee
argoos al lt Clilndo In tho Znmberl ZRnb1 delta dlln an anIver and andrlcr antriver
crg08 river boats will 1 carry the freight up th thatnl thA thAZamlXRI thZatnbesi
rlcr bata
ZamlXRI Zatnbesi atnl > cBl nnd ld Its 11 Shire tributary trlbutnr to th thaplds tho thorapldlin tbrapids
rapldlin rapids In that water waterA
A portage of Bljty Ilty miles mll will 1 then be b re reluired reruired
quired luired prtnlo At the head of tho rapids th threlght tho thorrlght tbrrelght
rrlght relght will 1 lie transferred tranfrcrr to steamboatbound steamboat steamboatround llambts llambtsbund
bund round for tho ho head htnd of Lake Jlo Xjni Nynesa aIS < sa so sonllos 30ralios
nllos away awn Anotlnr jiortage of SOO W mile milefill mil mllawill
mie fill 1 then W b nxjulrtnl rOuln to llrall tho foot rot of Ivik IvikTanganyika Iakiranganyllca
TanganIC Tanganyika wKenco whtnr German orlan t btNunhoat8 btsamnboatwill > teaml > oat oatrill
rill be able nblt to deliver dllhtr tho freight trlght at port portlong portilong
11 long b tim thousand Ihou81d miles m1 of Tongatiylklonsts Tongatiylk langatiyikioaete lngalylka lngalylkaconHtl pra praalong
conHtl lonsts lonstsTho oaeteThe
The land portage along tho old caravai caravaioutfl cnranrOI caravairoute
rOI route between Itwen Iorlngo Zanzibar and Tanganyik Tanganyiks Tanllnik
18 s SOt 8 miles mit In II length Ilnglh The new route wll wlln wi wlltivolvo
IIoho n valve only onh 200 20 miles ml1 of land Ilnd portago prtalo am amrill ITld ITldwi anteirlil
wi rill thus affect Itlt a largo Ilrge saving s 116 of time tme am amixpense and andex amizpense
ex ixpense izpenseFhe ixpenseThe
The pl development of their I great IIAt terrltor terrltorn tprrlory tprrloryIn
In n East Et Africa Arca will wi doubtless colbtlcl demand dlmano fronhe fron fronho frm frmtho
tho ho Germans Opnnn thu building uldtn of a rallroai rallroaitralght raird rairdlr81ht rniiroactraight
tralght lr81ht from tlm tim Xanribnr ln1lbnr coast cot to Ton Tonaiiyika TI Tananyika
aiiyika Tim rout 1011 which they thlY now nO pro proK preoet >
K oet > KU lo 0 utilize Is I to bo b opened olll1d Ixonuwj Iloul tin tinallroad tho thoraUoad hi hiaLlrod
pl raUoad allroad utlzo which tL tho British Drltlh have 111t complete conipietecmm completerom completpdrrom
rrom rom the Indian Ocean 001 to Victoria Nyanzi Nyanzihreatens Nanzbreatens anza anzathrlltn
thrlltn hreatens to divert to that northern norlhlm route routinost roulomOt routetoet
mOt nost of the trado tho Ih Germans Oen I have bw bwarryln I beerarrylng n n0rrlng
0rrlng arryln p overland to Tnn Tlngnlylka TlngnlylkaIt Titliganyika TitliganyikaIt gnnylka gnnylkaor
It is like lke that the harp contpetitior contpetitioror comftton comfttonror
ror or the I trade trlll of Control Cenlrll Africa ArlM will will 1 soon sooompel son sonompl soonornpel
ompel the Germans to liulld Illd this railroad rallroariut rairoad rairoadbut
ompl but iut meanwhile tlio now no route by h Ik IkryaAsa IAko IAkoYI Lakeyas1
ryaAsa YI yas1 mcan1hle will wi be b > much mich cheaper dltnpr and bettc bettchan bter bterthan bettethen
han their thlIr caravan crln road to Central Cenlrll Afrl Afrlrhlch Africa Africarllch <
whIc rhlch Is I now employed employedHow emlloed
How 10 SlIer Mlrr not Col ot Ills Hi lit CTieck nllk llrcl Cashed rathrdFrom Cahl CashedProm
Prom thtAfrao fAr fhieaao Trfyunt TrfyuntAa Tri Tniun TniunAs ln lnAl
Aa Al a means of proving lrOtnl his hi Identity lenUt for th thmhlng Ihlhln the theashing <
lhln mhlng of a check Ie leorge > org Slier 811 the pugllls puglllso pUll
asked ked by the paying teller a ain at athe
to o referee was n Mkld pIlnl tllr II IIIhA
to IhA he in rerll Fort Dearborn Duborn National 3Unnl Hank lnk ycMerda ycMerdaj eterdIY
10 j count runl out 011 nn Ininclnary IrnnJlnlr fighter flirhterWhen lhlr lhlrWhln fighterhen
When Whln hen Slier 81H pr prenntd nted nld a check to tl secure rure hi hion himon hiflOflM
mon flOflM on y IlialrlUir tti tllr teilir Mid MidVoull erIilYnuii nll nlloul
Voull tl have hlo to bn h Identified IIntlned Mr Ir Slier SlierThe SIr SIrThp SilerThe
The oul referee rrlr wardied 1111 through Ihrollh his hi pockets pocketsnd poeketnd porklInd
nd offer offeTd > d s evldrticn several rll letters 1Ifr sam sonvf
01 Ind f which ord ero er on rlltI IHHIIIC IHnl1 club cilb etationory etationory0h tMloIOr tMloIOrOh < l ory oryOh
lf asked kcd the teller tellerV tellerYe
rcferre a
Oh you nu are the Ih refpfI Ikld 111r 111rr
V Ye Im the fellow replied Sll tAr tArowli iinr iinreii r rWell
owli Well eii 1llh IiK I guess eln IfVall I its al iil rlalit but hii I need per peronnl peranal r raODII
aODII anal lilentillcatlou Iirntllc IU llon iou l 11011 oiit I you OU know sums snmenTll omenn
hr hrTie iicrcTue
nn 00
nTll cheek wild hn did not notnit nothii notlilt
Tue p 1 vnaesor > > e sor of the Ih
nit Tie perhaps some one on of the Ih force forr knew knewm knewhIm knewtim
hii hIm m frhlps Thereupon or the Ihl teller 11 summoned lummonld one 01 of ofhJTVoungJr 01JhA ofhi
hi hJTVoungJr younger Thepupnn clerk who viO ho Is I known to have hl n nklnc RIklnl aIkin
JhA Iklnl Ikin klnc for or boxing nnd to him the Ihl situationrfltbt4 situation situationlooked luton lutonvM
vM rfltbt4 The tlld tlldThe d looked look Id doubtful dlllllt when hn h hI he con conrented on onfronlld mnronted
rented Viler FIier Yoiilnok Yoii 01 look to inotoleaMgger inotoleaMggerl IO ton 10 I lie u hlllpr hlllprmal bIgrr
050 In tin 81r ning nid > tue h liewoorner nrer loollol looiing looiingupicloiielr
l rlnl >
mal upicloiielr h at hllere 10 nouP Iln IlnThl glnaaea glnaaeaTiuats
lulcol Tiuats tru true glgiraitvel l ral hII aht alter 811 I rm Im
Thl 1 Il
m R blllr bigger l1n tutan In the h ring II sit the 1m 1mUlnl Came Camemid
mid removing hl liii 111 giacuS
Ulnl rPtnlln
81111 Ihn tb elerk wn was rot ot abolutl aheolutiy sur suruddenly sure sureItuIdnniy lrl
uddenly HUl the thl Irk tellr In the 11 mld midst t of the he rtl rtliVioii die dieusd01
811ltnnlY usd01 iVioii Interrupted tlr with wlh a Jerky Jrk command commandIet cmmand
01 11101 I let IAI niehfaryourountMr mn hIr hear you 11 tlnl ueliOt Mr Ir hller hllerThe tilerTue tlr tlrTh
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leetlnt her h showed Itself It1 In ympsthy vita 1ih 11bIfopl a aopoul aropoQi
Ifopl opoul tnr lo compel lm 1 farmers famP when bpn borrowlor bnoIDr money moneyi moay moaynf
It i Und in t oMIjste obllll tbemwlves to t pit Y back J per pernt pertnt
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fn tnt nt ot the th loan annually Major Uftrmark llrmrkmmhr Ileigmarkuroher a airmber
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ArrtcultursJ Arrculuul proirty pror hM hI been mnrtc mrtrlpt mnrtg1p4 M for forethlrd flr flroMtblrd fnrnethird
of Us total value Oaring the taut
oMtblrd ethlrd n I aup aurnr Ilf twenty twrntyars twentyrare
tU rare If I this continues ronlnuu the farmers of the nest nestneratlnn nutafnprUon 0th 0thmention
afnprUon mention will m be overwhelmed nlpbcmfd with Wlb debt and nd un unite unable enble ¬
able ble ite lo withstand lhlnd competition tmltiln Furthermore rurhtmorplAld rurhtmorplAldI land landa
national asset arid a It lea burial under und
I I a dl bur mon morucu morucunlonpII inoflragea rates a atlonal aattonil
tlonal peril The State forces the
nlonpII T orl 111 muntclrallilra muntclrallilrai munlrlalU
10 i repay np loans within Wlbln a reasonable rUlnh period Irlod The Them y yIto f
Ito m principle rrlcpll should ahoull apply to farmers farmersTnnslatlnns farmersTranslation rmfn rmfnTrulUfD T
Translation TrulUfD If f the tb Ruble Ilbl IlblFo RubleFrom Ulblerront
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on n fields is over three and
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Th e AfrIcan Arca Explorer Eoe Writ 1tM Writes Co < o Crntrtd COTtrIWAnother CrntrtdAnother Ctdet CtdetAnote
Another Anote Report Reort of nis flu I Death IrthDr Dtath DtathDr DeathDr
Dr EmU Holub the wellknown welknwn Africexplorer Afric Arc Arcexplorr Alriniexplorer
has been reported de deby deeby
explorer explorr b again bn rpored dtd dtdby
by Dome sme European newspapers In 1 1day 1 1day hs hsdy
Euopn ntspper
day dy Dr Holub lolubhl Holubhas has read rad a great at many Y ob obuary obit obitua obiusry
uary notices not of himself himselfAbout hlmll himselfAbout
About Ahut fifteen Mten yean e ago aao the civilize dvllUworld ohU civilizeworld d dorld
world orld believed bUeved that tht he was 8 dead dad and ad mont montelapsed montielapsed
elapsed before btor Die report was wa found to tofalM 1 1false
elp false r This Ti tune tie Dr rpr Holub ia I not In tl tldepths ths thsdpt U Udepths
depths dpt of Africa ArrA but at his hi homo In I Vlenr VlenrHe Ienn ionn ionnHe
He le has ha lost no time tm In contradicting ontrcclg II IIblunder t tblunder the theblundor
blunder which some newspaper nowplpr conspondont con cro crolpndont cornipondent
spondont lpndont made madeDr modeDr madeDr
Dr Holub Jolub baa h been n kept to his hl bed bd f fBomo tor torImo fc fcsome
some Imo months month aa I the result rault of fever co cotracted cn cntrc cot cottracted
tracted trc In I Africa Arrcl which whch has hAi never Ixxwholly bee bn bnwholy beewholly
wholly wholy eradicated ercote from his h system uyvtemtl lytem I 1 1I
tl I I hoped hop that he will wl Boon ln l b be ablo to c cround gi giraund et etrund
round againWhen again againWhen agai
When the report was telegraphed telegrahe abet abofifteen abut abutmten abetfifteen
mten fifteen years 101 rr ago that tht Dr Holub 10lub had ha po polihtHl pr prhhf pcihued
hued hhf in the wilds ld of Iroplcal tropicl Africa Arc Ti TiSON TJ TilSUN
SUN printed prt the story tr of his h remarkari remarkariwork remarkahlework rernarkabwork
work in I Africa Arc to t which ho has given elovt elovtyear elonm elonmyea eloveyears
year yea of hi hi his life lfe HU Hi first dlt sojourn sjour gen In tl tlDork the theDak thDark
Dork Dak Continent was seven Ien and Id his hi eeoor eeoorvWt Iond IondWt asoonvisit
visit Wt four tou our years a in I length lengthA lengh lenghA
A few yean ago the te newspaper nowlppr writwho wrter wrterwho writ writswho
who prepared r the obituary article atclo for Tn TnStnr TiE TiESU TaSow
Sow SU Introduced Itduo ppr te Dr Holub 10lub to a largo lgo nuil nuilence Iudl Iudlenc audcries
cries enc before bfor whloh tlio explorer explorr eppear eppearduring appared appareddurg appeareduring
during hi his visit to America AmericaDr
durg Dr Holub I01ub hl viit is f chiefly chefy Amerca AmercaDr noted Dot for tho co colection cal colleon callectlons
lection in natural history and tho mi mit mi inntsrlal
leon I Datura hitry onl
t tsrlal rials for making accurate acrt ethnologic ethnologicniodoU othnologlcll othnologlcllmode ethnoloicrntodots
wral ming AfricIlia Afric AtncaIs
niodoU mode which he broughtfrom brought trom
Ilia collections oUoUonl are a probably probhly larger lrgor the theany thnn thnnany thaany
any continent continentTwenty Is other otor ono man m has u ever 001 made mdo in I thi thicontinent that thatcntnent thacontinent
continentTwenty cntnent Twenty freight cars cal were ero required roqule requiredtako I Itake 10 10tko
take tko them tem tlgt to t Budapest Dudap t when he they woiexhibited won wor wonexhibited
exhibited in that city Many 3rIY of them ai ainow nre nrenow arflow
exhibite I ciy
now on permanent tt exhibition ehIbiton in the Mi Misoum MI Mitscum I
scum Bur at Prment Vienna though tbolgh Dr Holub hi higiven hR hagiven
given away a great grlat deal dt of his hi material mtril 1 1natural to tonatul t tnatural
natural natul history museums musums In nearly norly ever evercountry eery eeryout everoountzy
country hltr of Europe Eurpe About Abut fortymeda fortymedafrom tort forty meall mednI mednIfrom
from leading leadig geographical geoJraphlcal and Bclentlf Bclentlfsocieties elentlo elentloaoolotes ecientifieooloties
societies and ad various TarloU Governments Govenmente has hasbjen hae haebn haybeen
been aoolotes bestowed upon him in recognition recognitionhis regniton < of ofhi a ahis
his hi important Iprat bstwe contributions contlbutons upn to our know knowedffa kowl kowleg knowledge
edge of Africa AfricaDr Africatin
eg Dr Holub ArCA ArCADr and ad his hi wile wlel who accompanle accompanlenorth acomanle accompanicihim
him on his lt last ePluon expedition In 11 ss had I i imost
most thiig thrilling oXJrloc oxporlence I in the Dark Cn Cntuent Con Contiunnt
tuent tiunnt I lfl the Masehukulurntm achukulunlb coutr1 coutr1norlh country countrynorth
north of tho ho Zambesi Zmbl they worn robbc robbcof robbeaor robbotof
of all al their tel supplies supple the two white me mewith mel mciwith
with them were killed kUed and they were conpalled con compole cornnailed
palled with wer the tle handful bdru of people left I Itheir I ii iitheir
their pole tei caravan caavn to retreat rtrtt to tho south southThe luth luthTht southThe
lasted month monthand monthsand
The Tht terrible march marh late eight month
and for the first Crt hundred hudre miles mies It was wstessary m mc9sary n nar
c9sary to avoid nil ni villages Uaga for every eer man manhand lua manhand
hand ar was wa against agaist them They had nolhui nolhuito nolhlg nolhlgto nothinito
to eat except what they killed killedIn I killedIn U ed edIn
In the book bok in which Dr Holub 10lub told c cthis cr crthl o othis
this thl expedition ho gave ae great credit to hi hiwife hi hiwife
wife Ifo expition for the helpful part she bore bor In It an anfor and andfor antfor
for tho thl courago curago with wlh prt which she ha endure enduretho tndurel tndureltho enduretito
tho terrlblu Buffering euerlng of tho ho eight months monluitllglil mODth monthsflight
flight leht from hostlo hostile savages savagesDAtlV lnlgea lnlgeanun
nun 134 1fl aVXTflEItS AllVEXTlllFound AllVEXTlll UJETIE UJETIEFonnl 4PEEXTUI1EFountl
Found Fonnl After Afer Midnight lcnl5ht In a Ditch Dtth Surrounded Sur Surrounded ur urrOlndl
rounded rOlndl by HonllnR JonUn to lollt lolltrom Cosites Cositeslront > ntri ntriFrom
From rom f 11 Ste Cincnroi Cincnrci EnQuire GnjuirerDFNVKn EnQuireDrsnn nquirrrPrNvkn
DFNVKn Drsnn Feb 6 Sarah 81rnl tlie lie threeyear threeyearold IhrtYlar IhrtYlarold
old daughter daulhllr of Adam Ounthcr a ranchman ranchmanwnndiTinl ranehmun10ndll rsnehimanwondrrcd
wnndiTinl 10ndll > away an from her home boml northwe northweof northwcHor
of the town of Henderson Ilndr on yesterday tAterdny after nfternoon Iflr Iflrnon afternoon
noon non and was Wi found at I 130 SO this morning li lithe In Inthl Irthe
the thl mud of a draw up to her h r knees Ime am amsurrounded and BndIlrroundd andaurrounded
surrounded Ilrroundd by b coyotes She 8hl was awakeunharmed awake awakeunharmed aolk aolkunhnrmed
unharmed and not ovrn 111 crying cryingThe crylnTl cryingThe
The Tl Mraneen plranle 1 purl of tho 110 story Is that thll thatwomeni i iwomans n nomn
womans omn dream directed IUrleed the searchers leurchlrl tt ttthe to tothl tcthe
the thl child chid John John1Cnr McGinn and Henry Dlerks Dlerkstwo IItrk 1ierkstwo
two ranchmen found her r Fully Fuly 100 10 rn Inn Innrl Inerwere M Mwere
were rl out with wih the searching ladlr pirty llr Tin Tinnews Thenlalhot liuenews
news nlalhot that a baby Wlb was 1 lost on ollh the bleak blrnl prairie pralrlHurled prlrleI prairiesterted <
Hurled I rtd every man JUln who heard It on the run runA rln rlnA runA
Ounthcr hou house the thtsearchers tholrchrl thesesrehera
A mile aie away ay from tli I the
searchers lrchrl came to the thf hou house e of li IJ J 1 Brant Brantner Drlnt Drlntnero Brantncr
nero This Thl wn n about abut midnight The rounc rouncof sound soundof oundor
door of their thllr voices ol s brought broulhl Mrs Mr I Urantner to the tindoor thedoor thedoor
doorWhy Why Vh17 I was a Ju Jut t dreaming drlImlnr about IllUt thai thailo Ih1lot thatlost
lo lot t bab blb babr sheSRd clue he said ISaw I saw IW her erierfectl erierfectlgo JrfAcl JrfAclwtlhan cerfectiswell
well onii If oul ouIi follow ro1ow dOfn dnrn the line In fenceto fence
10 wtlhan I tile loot of thut eond drl draw end then thengre
go up I the tht draw 1t I believe blte youll YOII find her herThe herTt tierThe
1 The men mln started tnrlld on the thl run Under Undlr th thrlouddlmmed thIloldolmml ftclouddimmed
rlouddlmmed Tt moon they Ih hunted hunlld back bck an anforth and andtorlh anforth
Iloldolmml forth calling cal n and Ind expecting fPlnr If they thlv foun founIn found foundthe foumthe
the baby at iii al II to coins 1011 upon hlr her sound select selectIn al alIn
In a ditch dich or that Ihlt other olhlr condition rondlton suggeste suggestebr suggeethr unet unetb <
br b the constant howling hO111 of tho coyotes ryOS hut Dllwhen lut luthn hutwhen
when hn thy Ih tontan found her Ju JUAt t as a Mrs r IJrantne IJrantneShe Irnntnpr Irnntnprhld flmantneihad
hld had Mid the wouhi Ioult lo tue was I unharmed unharmpdShe
She had been ben away IIY from home nine hours hoursCotnir houl houlGoln hoursComa
Coma Goln 1000 Mile IH tiy I Dos Do Tram Tramfrom Ttam Ttamom Teamroun
from om tfii lh Morning UOTI orafuug Ortqonian OrtqonianW rtqon al
W H Adams who after atr six Ia years Ylluln In Alsakus Alaska AlnkRhA Alaskahes
hA hes us l been > een spending lPndlncthl the winter Inllr in Fortlan Porthandleft Fortlaneft 10rllnd 10rllndIft
left Ift for the Ihl Far Fil JCorth orth Saturday Hlturdl evening evenlnHe etnlnl eveninglie
He Is bound for the headwaters of the Koyo Koyokuk Korokul Ko > o okuuk
kuk 11 where whrC he bf has hll some pam mining mlnlnl Intercut Intercutwhich Intrl InterostIwhich ts tswhich
kul which are Irllhoulh thought to bo h hi valuable nlulbl Ills 1 faith faithfill fRlh fRlhful faithuI
fill uI dog dOl team I < nr which whl b has hl also 11 been Mln passim passimthe P0lnl paInthe
Ihl the winter lnler In Portland 10rlanr went with lh him Ii Iiconsieti I Iconsists 1
consists Ionllsts of two huge hUIA black Russian blood bloodhounds bloodhounds bloodhounds
hounds gaunt Inunt and bony bon one onl weighing weighingpounds plhlnl I Iplnd 1W 1Wpound
pounds and the other 150 U pounds pmdl and Inll a stout gtouMillie stOlt stOltNII stouteolit
plnd Millie dog dos rnrlle for A leader 1tldfr to met et t the Ih pace pIO for th thnthers the theothfrl theother
NII othfrl other nthers dOl lie He1 ito will iro to White Whlo Horse wher wherii here hreh hereit
ii will 11 hitch up B his hlf team tplm and Ind load his hil toboran to toboggan 10bOJIDn
boggan with 11 W u pounds pund and start for a cleat cleatlfx vicarI
bOJIDn wil celn celnI
I lfx OmU coomile mlle Journey JOlmey over the thl Ice le and Ind snow snowHe snowlie no nolie
lie He will wl go O through Dawson and Ild 4 400 < 0 v mllolown mllo mi rnlloudown os osIh
down the Ih Yukon and then across IcO8 a I range rangijf rnnJe rnnJea rangeof
jf a mountains and nd down to the iiA headwater headwaterni hlIdwltn hlIdwltno
o of ni the KuroVu ro only 60 miles mit from from PoInt Polnllarow PoIntIR PointIlarow
llarow IR tl o < He U expects IxpII to l li he > e flltydays Ilydlf on the tintrlj thetn
111 tn trlj Mr I tr Adams Arma puts mt hl his trun In hl hie lean teanlo 1Ilm leanto
10 lo pull him through Ihrollh and says 11 the Iht big bil dog dogire dOls dOlsare dogiare
are very Iry powerful pwrrful and true trul and Rnr hl his collli collliIlls ole oleurPa collieurpiwa
urPa urpiwa al a Itader leader Ihl the nsu1 naUve bUlkll bUlkllra huskies huskiesflu
Ills ra flu nxenie FxMse 8ermrd ptmr Iniurnrlent IniurnrlentFrtim lnumtlfnt lnumtlfntPam InumcutentProm
Pam th Us PAflaJrtpAti PMla4lrh Times TimtoNot Timfot Timesot
Not ot long lonl ago ICO Capt CaptOlorle Oeorge lllakely Ilkll of th thInlted thl the theUnited
United Unlf StistesArmy States 8tltl Army Ary profe proror profeeorofmatiuemafici profeeorofmatiuemaficiat or of matliematlc matliematlct mlhlmlttl mlhlmlttlI
at t West Allolnt est Point came to this thl his hI native nllh city cityleslrlng cly clyDlrlnl cityDesiring
I Desiring Dlrlnl to renew rpntw old friendships rrlndhl hn hI tele teleraphed 1f1l Idegraphed
graphed to Prof Robert Rbrt Hart 1rt liradbury nrdhlr o ohe of oft ofdie
lpbf die he Manual IRnlll Training Tralnlnl School 8chooll requesting rHIIlnl him htrrn himtn hintto
tn t n call rlilt ruth at his hi hotel at a his hL earliest urllat convenience conveniencerof onntlJI oonventearProf
Prof rof Hradbury wrote rote a reply rlply Instmrtlni Instmrtlnihe InoIlnl
tho Iror he maid IrAdhury to have It telegraphed lellilPhrd to the thl Captain Captalrtonce Cnpaln Cnpalnat Captainat
at tonce on once onceThe
111 The message relcbd reached i j Cpt Cant Bhakely akely who whouwu whoIflr whosfter
Iflr sfter rlIrlnl reading Mi I tt Inl sent Prof Jrldbur liredbury uwu the ihe fo foowing rollownl folowing
lownl owing despatch despatchWhy dllPRlch dllPRlchWhy despetehtVhuy tll
donl don t I buy
Why you yo some someWhen lomWhln someWhen
When Whln this thl reply rlply reached Prof Uradbunie Uradbun
hI tue ie wee nonplussed nOIPIId He battened bullnld to the hole holend hotf1 hotf1and hotelinC
and nd found 10lnd the thl Captain CaptainJock CpIRln CpIRlnJlck CsptatnJack le
Jock Jlck what b1 the Ih deuce dluC do you mean ml by byuch byIlh bymrh
Ilh uch a I reply rlh n ni its thlsj this he snked snkedWhat MkI MkIhnl sakelVtuat
What hnl do il di you mean mfan by by this hid Mid the Caif Cap Capam
1Iln am hlndlnl handing the ho proflAor nroeaeor hll hi message messaget
It t rnr real Im OUlor out of f socks oelf and andcant cant In mSMje come comein comll comal comalrot
lrof rot Pradhury had Im
nrndburr written rllln in uufc out 01 01j of ofRorll ofions
Rorll ions nail cln cant j cornel omel The he error ror was a the theperators theuperator
operllor perators peratorsA a aA te teoperllor
A rlrl Crl Fell Frl Into III Illi nalhtnb nalhtubFo nalhtnbFrom flaltutubFrom
From Fo Iftt I I PhiladtlfMa l1ladel fleeced UteordnosTOv neodb fleecedfloaroy
nosTOv 10no Feb Flb J7 27h11 Whllo a patron was wasathlng wi wiiathlng
plron WA
b athlng fhlnl In a barber brbr shop hOI on bhawmut 6ha 1mul
venue lnUI today looay hero was a a tremendiiiis tremendiiiiser trlmlndc11 tremendOusguiash
ptuh and he was nlIrly nearly Iralrr putnalyred with withxcjtement Ih IhOX
OX OXI xcjtement rlllhment 10 fnd find thlt thet I a nUflpnro flfteeruyearold flfteeruyearoldtin
I tin I r had Rd IpIrd appeared In Ihl the tub bld beside whtch whtchIf hlch r
hI If wa WSS Itnndlnl itiunuitny Iho Ilrl girl hld hart blfn been Inlnq
olr vet a railing ralni an II gave way y 8he 8h fell
IlhroUlh hrough Iho skylight k n Ih Into laA the bathroom rl
tb blhrom
11 icr er Injuries are not serious seriousHad serioushad rlouR rlouRHad
Had Ultle fie for Street Strfrt Care CmrFrom CareFrom 1
From Pom1 tP nc Chicago CAial0 TtibeDuring Tribune TribuneDuring 7r bue bueDurlnl
During Durlnl a 1 residence ruldenf of fnrt tortIa i iOoldwln years In
Cltnhco flulengo Frldlrlk Frederick U llln lThlen a Illolcr ltouieer Ylln wheel
wr eriht who ho dIed Tuesday
11 on oven evening In
I dlr TeNIY pat
to 0n17eul VI dlbe lue Ilreet ralrod railroad corulpanlee IPonlol I 001 PiI
usif Ida a doren Um time Tba That wee u during Ol the
Vorids or Fair I flln a r when the dltanr distance durlnl Iron thl his
NOfkthl orth tilde realdenr residence to JRckson Park IroO made
ralklng nl out ut 01 Ih QUlUon question II wac mldf d due
to 0 bin bblt of waikIn alk In that bn finally CUl eon
racted IPnbumonla Pflumonla which caused f11y hi dI
ttUhrJpd n hia I I elghyflrt I IfnUl for forOnldln yearOnldwti CIUSf
Ooldwln Smith mUl on Oi Orators Oratorsrrom OrlonFo Oratorsrom
rrom Fo rom tht f 15 MlantU Al llt Uoxthly Joalll aeeMv
John nrlchf rcbl speech p cb on the Ile aide ade Md ol 0 the North In
St t 1 James1 lmr Hall la was isa the best speech Pftb I ever 1nrb heard
I te e always awara spoke with ltb a quiet qulf and nd almost ama Judicial JUdl
m lanDer without lboul gesticulation luleulol or much mub emphasis flphla flphlatlbul Ciuphulirjtbouut la
tlbul Ithout anythlnr alblnr1 at t all al ot 0 the b atumporator alUmporaor etunip Orator maklnrs making
bla is s audience feel te the Ib presence p lnce of a > wtlehly nIC I Judg
mO ent ra and nd a great moral IDnra power It has been n de d
bud sled whether Mlh his spceenea r > eche Hb pWr were e prepared prprtd 11 iL iLsa Ito
lar ii U the atl great speeches cbe ire concerned nlmtd tb tbe Ours
100 ion la answered blhIP by the speeches I tlfmlve themselves tjey
re ttnlufrltUf literatureliterature 0 of a blb high ord Order and nd ruo
ma sa can ta speak literature eitempore Ulflre AU U the tb great 1
nrUon ratto stlonn ol 0 antiquity nlqulr we know were re Vrftlen wilttea 1
TMr tier ler have v been tfn treat rre partisnentary I wlen Pakrra
111 ho apk spoke UlfJpre ratempore but PrIUtIAf Ibel thai speeches pko are not
terature olur Te The speeches fcb 01 Jelf Henry aPttlu asy which blrb i nl nlI d
I ered rd Wlb with bi hIs vole ad and IAOfr manner produ4 d a
mOICI titles elfrl COccI ar are Untdahe unreadable 5r So are rrdu thee II of
iIdtooc ItOI whoa personal brazing Ifn tenor rich
WhM rrn bfanl o
ol 0kw aal d oommaad oml of hl ublfn i io made an n r I ito I
mi lease ImproD imprcuioo eplar especially wa bt h wa u IoU Intro 0
dvcnr uclog and upvldlDI espoundiag 1m born m giess mevr measure
A I Lens Lse Number Nmbn of Lantern Lanltr Slide SlidesSent ldt to Q QSent De Det
Sent t to Teacher Tecrra In the Ihl Island IilandiThe hlanl hlanlTe IslandThe
The Te Museum of Natural Nturll History lor received receiveda rthe
a letter leter last week eek from one on of the educa educational euc dUcational ¬
tional Authorities In the Philippines Philippinesquesting
tona authorltca PhlpplnE1 re requesting re ¬
questing that a largo number of
qUCtng larlo numbr lantern lanternslides lanter lantersslides
slides ldes bo sent to tho Wands for the
b Bnt 1IInda u uis e I of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the schools and ad for lectures lturel to be 1 giy giyto given givento gllen gllent
to t tho people pplo generally generaly The To slides 111 chiefly
In it demand dcmud are ar those tOfO which will wi help hllp to toconvey tooney toconvey
convey oney a good Idea Idel of our own country
its It development resources refurc and ad peopleThe people peopleTho pple ppleTo
The To Museum MUeum of Natural History ILlory has hasundertaken huudertaken i iundertaken t
undertaken udertaken the work of meeting meting this de demand demant deinand ¬
mand mant Already a number numbr of pictures pictureshave plct pictu pictuhave 1 1hao
have been bn taken In this thll neighborhood neighborhoodothers nelghllhodr nelghllhodrot neighborhoodothrs
others will bn added and n great number numberof
ot r wi b Iddt numbr numbror
of lantern lanter slides Ildes from rmr thn large collection collectionof olrlol t tor
of tho museum mUJum will wi Ixi Kcft KcftAll RrtAl attAll
All Al who bo nre familiar fnmlar with wih tho superiority nuperloritjrof IUPNlorlr IUPNlorlrat
of the work ork dorto don by tho museum mUlum In this thislino thisline i iIno
line Ino will wi fuel certain cr1ln that the Filipino Filipinoaro Jlpllo FilIpinosarc f
aro to have the advantage advatlle of lantern Inlcr slides slideswhich ldle ldlewhIc iide iidewhich
which whIc In selection iclecton of topic toplC fine fne photog photography lholZ ithotography ¬ r rraphy
raphy and superior luJerlor coloring colorlna arc unsur unsurpassable Unur Unurpablo tineurpassable ¬
passable passableWhen pablo passableWhen
When one of tho Commissioners CmmlNlonel to the thePhilippines IhoPhippies thePhilippines
Philippines Phippies looked over tho museum muur 511dM 511dMa 11de 11dea lde
a while whie ago ho told 011 Dr Dlckmore ckrore that Ilot he hewanted hewlte hewanted
wanted wlte n 1 considerable cnsldofble number numbr of slides slidesshowing 1I1Ia 1I1Iasowig slidesshowing
showing sowig snow snO and nd Ice Io scenes Ine the Filipino Filipinohaving Fipinos FipinoshavIng Filipinohaving
having tho most moat hazy hay Ideas Idoa as to these thesephenomena Ihl Ihlphenomena theaphenomena
phenomena The collection cleton will wi there therefore therefore ¬
fore for include Icudo quite quio a number numbr of snow nnd nndlew aridice
ice 10 views vlews8mo some of which have been bn especially especiallytaken speciallytaken plRly plRlytaken
week weekThe wtk weekThe taken for the Filipinos Fipinos during durng the lo pan paitweek pll pllwtk panweek
wtkTe The recent nt storm Itorm gave the photographer photographeran photographeran
an Te excellent opportunity Iao in Central Cntrl photogrrhr photogrrhran Inrk Inrkand J ark nrkad arkand
and ad exlent tho results rctults opprtuniy of his hl work ork exhibited exhble ia iathe 10the Inthe
the lecture hall hal on lost Ilt Thursday Tuur8dy evening eveningwere eelg eelgwor eveningwere
were very crv beautiful bl utlul specimens fpclmen8 of snow snowviews sow sowlewI snowviowut
wor views lewI The to photographer was wal also n sent sentup snt sntUf sentup
up the Hudson Jud9n River to the neighborhood neighborhoodfor nolhbrhod nolhbrhodo
Uf o of Inltlngl hastings wher whore the rvor river i Is cord cordtor covered coveredfor
for miles mits by U glassy glEf3 ice lc affording alordl great greatsport gret gret8prt greatsport
sport this thi winter for lee Ic yachts yaohtaAll yachtsAll ychl ychlAl
8prt All tho vlows Iowa here show Ihow persons on the theico theice
Al prons
ice 10 and also allo leo Ic yachts among them the thelargest tholargot thelargest
largest largot and fastest ruetelt bobcat looat on the Hud Hudeon Hudlon budeon
eon This rh yacht aeM was shown whtlo whlo going goingat
at lon a speed It Is said of tho Empire Empir Stato StatoExpress StatoEIre StabExpress
Express EIre Ipd and yet ct tim view Iow is very sharply eharnlvand sharplyand sharplyand
and clearly defined iefned Thee photographic photographicplate photoglple photoglpleplte photographleplate
plate plte was a exposed in I taking takig the tht view viewonly viewonly Ie Ieonly
only a very cry ePle small Imal fraction frclon of a second secondIf
If tho Sultan Sula of Java Ja1 might ml ht have seen ecenthoso tcn tcnthl seenthose
those thl views of Hudson lao 10 with men Hand HandIng EtandIng standlag
Ing on tho glassy surface IUrrac ho probably probablywould probablyould protablywould
would ould not have been b4n no 10 sceptical ptcal when whenhis whenhi whenhis
his first Dutch visitors told him of an In Interesting I Inturveting ¬
teresting hi flt feature of Holland I0llnd winters Thoy ThoyaMiicd Thy Thyn Thaynsstrd
torutn aMiicd n IUed his hil Highnnsa IlghnoS that sometimes sometimeswhen someUmel someUmelvlonlt sometimesvieri
when It was very cold old In Holland Jolld the wator walorbecnmw watorbCII watorbeatne
becnmw vlonlt solid Ild al and cr men could culd walk on it itHis ItII itIlls
bCII His Highness ghle8 stopped Itop d thorn thornNow thomho themNow
II Now ho said Ild ild you ou have told mo ro of ofmany otmlny ofninny
many wonderful ihlngH IhlngO which I have hnv bo boSieved b belleved
Sieved lecd t but when you OU look lok at mo solemnly solemnlyand Ilemnly IlemnlyInd solemnlyanti
and Ind tell mo that men can walk on water waterI
I think tel you YOI are idling telng mo what is not true trueI tre treI
I dont believe 110o a word of it ftSChOOl itSCHOOL ItSCIW
A nrooUlyn nrookll Parent Parnl Complains COlplaln That at III IIIriilltl IUhld Ills IllsChtlltl
riilltl hld H11 Too To Much 101 of It ItTO 1 IfTO I
TO THE FDITCB or TUP Bex StSrr Str The Thesystem Theaystem
system of home work In the grammar grammargrades grammargrades
grades of the IJrooklyn publlo schools Is I an anoutrageous anoutrageous
outrageous burden on the pupils and an Im Imposition liiipoeition ¬
position on the tie parents My little girl ls In Inthe inthe
the third grade Site Is certainly not lacking lackingIn
In Intelligence for she has ii always been among amongtbe amongthe
the foremost In her classes After she reaches reacheshome reachehome
home In the afternoon her time Is taken up upalmost upalmost
almost continuously until bedtime with this thisassignment thisassignment
assignment of work I thought It was set setlied settIed
lied when I was n boy that the regular school schoolliour schoolhours
hours cover about as much time as a growing growingchild growingchild
child should spend at Ills studies with sny snyin mran
in hour or so at night added for further preps prepsration prepsration
ration The secret and Insidious practice of ofgiving ofgiving
giving out homo work has undermined this thisinlutary thissalutary
salutary restriction and under the Influence Influenceat
at r zealous alous theorists and faddists lacking die discretion diecretion ¬
cretion tho work has Increased beyond what whatmy whattiny
my child should undergo If It could h hgenerally tue tuegenerally
generally known exactly how much tlm time 1 achild 1child
child must spend nt school work In order orderconscientiously orderconscientlotusig
conscientiously to do what In assigned there theretha therewould
would be a pubilo outcry which wont drive drivethe
the present school authorities out of power powerComplaint IuowrComplaint
Complaint to the teachers has elicited the theinsertion tueassertion
insertion by them that they are powerless < In Inthu Intiiu
thu matter and that complaint should be bemnde liemade
made higher up many of them disapprove disapproveof
of the quantity of work Imposed and some someaik onmask
ask why the parents do not protest against It ItThe ItTh
Th The parents of course are not organized organizedand nrgnruI7odand
and have no lenders The dlflculty teachers teacherstell teacherstell
tell me In that there Is no sufficient time timeduring limedurIng
during school hours for explanation or study studybecause studybecause
because time I is wasted on a variety vnriet of educn educnllonal duueutlonai
llonal fads which have crept Into our public publloschool publicahool
school oystem Music Iusie drawing s cowiuuit cowiuuitdesigiling wtiiir wtiiirdesigning
designing Jumping th blue rowing motion sue suecome ie ieThe
tfueme tfuemeihe
exainlules of
come The iiom i iaddlsm work too Is Infected sit sitfaddianu ltU ltUaddlsm
addlsm Time Is wasted by such methoH methoHs
grammatIcal erplnna erplnnand expinnation
5s s tho following A
tion of I wIll mar a nnuin claujue Is givrn givrnand
and nd of Its four or live varieties The children childrenro ctuiidreruare
are ro renulred ut home not to compose corn mu e emples Cmples
mples of these tlie various clauses which wh c s would wouldo
bo > o conipurntlely easy but to Und exsmpl exsmpln <
in n one of throe designated books I have haverled luau luaurind
rind my hand at thin nnd 1 found It Ilk Ilkooklng like likelooking
looking for or a needlo In n haystack To re reitllre yequlre
itllre a child to do It In tlm little time left after nfternchool aftera
other home work given eltenhnrocters givensuiggeste
a school day and the
suiggeste to rite the taek Inipned by the cull cullcharctcrs
hnrocters In the fairy tales In other words wordjt
It t Is demanding nn huuipnselbllity huuipnselbllityrhe lmpi > lblllty lbllltyThe
The result of this oystrin Is not truly edit eduatlonnl editetlonnl
atlonnl In the great majority of cases It Itiigendera Itcuugenders
iigendera slipshod cj otreloss re work and poor pooricholarshlp pooreholirllIp
icholarshlp In In the minority where th thtudents thtudents the thetudents
tudents are conscientious It will break down downlenlth downhealth
health If vnforcrd even wheru the child has hasjslitatico hasueletutltts
jslitatico from educated parents parentsIn patentsIn
In some schools the teachers do not rigidly rigidlyequlro rigidlyrequire
require the work to bo done but In others a atllllll atailturu
cterthlne results in re reproof
tailturu tllllll to l nerrorm III J IIH IIHroof
proof roof and being kept In a fstnl dl dicontinige dicontinigenenL e urac uraci
nenL i nt to 0 a semltlvn and wellmeaning pupilAnd pupil pupilnd
And nd yet an though In lronyL irony the pupils are areenYt arenjoInd
njoInd that thy ehould lie outdoors at ateast
enYt east Vin an hourdally hourdallyThl lunur dalI dalIThis
This letter has proved longer than I Intend Intendd
d but I hopoTHErliN will believe helIeemswhefl me when I Imy Ifl
my fl that the matter Is of the utmost imporaneeand Impor Imporance
ance aneeand and will publish Itand also allow other otherturents otheruntetlts
turents who I hope will come to my In support supporto
o he hcfird HKUoNSinivcx RxzosTn4iczIiiuooxlvy HKUoNSinivcxItliOOKLYN
ItliOOKLYN March t tr Ilit
lit r Tlldrns noOOO Iettrr to FriendFrom Friend FriendsFrom
From Ihi ft Utica Observer OfcservrrIt
It was Mr Tllden faith In the power of ofIIB oflie
lie people to form a correct Judgment on onny onmy
my ny question submitted to them that lint led to toli toiii
iii li final triumph M l have pent over IJOOO IJOOOor 3000 3000or
or postage In this campaign he said to a aoung aount
oung man nfter isi 9o Do you mean to tosy tojy
sy that you nti sent lut out MOOO letters aked akedUThitpa aikodits
ttonuuiied visitor visitorThats
its UThitpa Thats ab about ut lie number anwer answered l Mr Mrmlt MrrI14n
rI14n mlt where did you get their name nameMy namesMy
My long connection wlt with the n Pemocratit Pemocratittate rnocr tlo tlolmn
tate CntninltttC had familIarized me wih wihhe
he ihalrunan of tiue County Committee in inlineal
lmn lineal t every county In Sew York Yorktherefore Tp him himtherefore
therefore sent for A list of names of taco tneai
villatfo In Ms county countyAnd coUntyAtuih
0 i every ever
And did you send prInted printed letter to themHotter them thtnliettcr
Hotter tliim that Mr Tllden said while whllIs whileis
Is gray gra eye dI twinkled I sent eaoh aoh of f my myorre myorreepondents
orreepondents orre pondent n lithographed facsimile of ofly ofII
II ly own handwriting handwritingAnd
And how did It work workSplendidly workhPtilondidlr
Splendidly he answered uwere4 In conclusion coneluatonAfter conclusionAfter
After I wn was elected and had gone to Albany Albanypcatonally Albanyecastonally
pcatonally Id have a call from a citizen cttlienho citizenrho
rho ho would Introduce himself to me by meant meantf mespr
f one of f my letters to him and who would wouldnyjl woul woulsy
sy nyjl I didnt think you knew me Mr Tlldsn TlldsnntU Tlldnntil
ntU i I cot this thisImrrah tile tileIIrh
Imrrah for er the Department of AgrlCBllmrel AgrlCBllmrelfrom
from IH Itnn Dalln paU Urn UrnThe liceThe
The neparlment of Agriculture was formrrtr formrrtrJest ftmrT1seat
Jest and a by word Its reports sent by train loads losdtplacate loadsC
C > placate voters were rrlcf reiegatel att < l to attics or thrown thrownito thrawOuto
ito the Mh barrels Seeds sent to those who whorver whoever
ever asked for them as a Is fit for unsought liftould lift ntiSout
out ould not turn out right Of if Ute years earm this Im Imrtant
rtant > department has been elevated to a Cablnrt Cablnrtultlon Cabitwionitleut
ultlon and Its scope broaUencit In fnreitry fnreitryhas Pitestryhi
has hi atoned for the pa past t In horticulture It li liw Isow
ow > w dIrecting InltlMtni enon In the stogie dl dliilon dltalon
talon nf cuttnn culturelt has developed an Egyptian Egyptiansple Fgyptlazuaple
sple of cotton which will thrive on American soil soilirnUhlne 505irnlstuing
irnUhlne a soft fibre suited for underwear and andslery andosiery
slery > In place ot a cotton plant liable to attack attacheI i ia
I a destructive Insect H has hybridised a variety varlttyhlcU varietyblch
hlcU Is Immune to such ucb creatures etraturesbad bad for lbs tbeid lbsuse
id but better for Ihe planters This work rechM rechMyond reeohcsyond
yond the agricultural Interests and touches touchese
I e atlalrs anal of the whole people and should be la larsed i iorsed
rsed > by the community and sustained by Con ConTb Conrra
Tb surest and best ol Blood Flutter U 1 Jtynel JtynelleralUt
leralUt Aft

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