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I in advocating advocatng such a L modification modifcaton by byCongress b bi byCongss
i Congress of tho interpretation Interpretaton by the theSupreme thei theSupreme
i Supreme Court of tho AntiTrust law of
1890 189 as 1 a will wi mako that law express expreA and andenact andj andenact
j enact enac thntwhlcli that which its IR Hopubllcnndratights Hopubllcnndratightsmen Hopublcan Republican drughts drughtsmen draughts draughtsI
I men Senators Snators EDMUNDS and nd HOAII HOAI in intended InI intended ¬
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I j Our President persuaded peruadcd by tho hos hospitality hO hOpltaltr hospitality ¬
pitality pltaltr luxury celerity efficiency efciency and andcheapness andI
I I cheapness of the noncompetitive noncompetiive vo groups groupsof
I of railways raiways which ho is i is now enjoying enjoyingmay enjoylnmay enjoyingmay
may bo b expected before long lon to unite unitewith ulie uliewih muteV mutewith
V with wih tho politicians pltdmL < as aforesaid aforesaidNobody ofolcmld ofolcmldj nfore4aiII
I j Nobody wishes the penalties pnaltlel for rebate rebateand rebateand rebateJ rebateRnd
J V and secret scret discrimination in passenger passengerIrafflo pasonger pasongertrafo passengertraffic
traffic trafo denounced denoulcd by tho Interstate Interitate Com Commerce Commerc Coinmerce ¬
merce merc Railway Rivny laws to bo b inflicted inleted on onour onour onour
our President PresidentOur Prlidont PresidentOur
Our President Prsidont upholds tho reasonable reasonablerestraint rnonable rnonablertrint reasonablerestraint
restraint rtrint on 01 international commerce commerceapplied commerc commercappled commerceapplIed
applied appled by the Dingloy Tariff arl law but he hedoes hedos heI
I does dos doenot not or before bforo long ho will wi not ap approve apI ¬
prove unreasonable restraint rstrint on intor intorItate Intorttate Interstate
I I prvo unreaonale
state and international internatonal trude tradeThe trudei trudeThe
i The words reasonable reaonablo and un unreasonable unI ¬
i I reasonable raonable will wi bo tho tests testsWill testsil testsI
Will il the Irish Irih I Iald 14i11L incl Purchase I > Dill DillIlcc 1m 1mIccCmo II113ecmo
Ilcc IccCmo 13ecmo < mo a 1 Low knwWhen 1lw 1lwWhen LowWhen
When tho Land Lnd Purchase bill bi came up upIn upIn upi
i In tho House Hous of Commons for a second secondreading scond scondrading secondreading
reading rading on May 4 It was announced by byMr brMr byL
L Mr JOHN JonN E IL RKDMOND Rlm IO D that tho Irish IrishNationalists IrishNatonalits IrishV
V Nationalists Natonalits would withhold wihhold support of ofthe oftho
t4 the measure unless unles the Government Goverment ac acwpted acopld acI
I wpted opld some at least IClt of the amendments amendmentsdemanded nmendmelts nmendmeltsdemanded nniendmontsV
V demanded by the Dublin Dubln convention conventon of ofIho of11e ofI
I die 11e United Unied Irish League Should the theNationalist theNatonalit theNationalist
Nationalist Natonalit party take tko up such a position positiont positon positonIt
I p It t is i probable that the bill bi would bo with withdrawn wih wihdrawn withr ¬
r drawn as it is known to bo b unacceptable unacceptableto unaccptablo unaccptabloto
to a considerable cnsiderble section scton of tho Unionists UnionistsIndeed UnionistsInded Unionistst
t Indeed Inded tho rejection rejecton of the bill bl was wasmoved wasMoved wasmoved
moved and seconded secnded by Conservative Conservativemembers Conratho Conrathomembrs ConservativeI
I members membersIn membrs membrsIn
1 In tho eyes of Irish Irih Nationalists atonallt8 the theproject theproject theproject
project is i defective in many man particulars particularsout partcular partcularDutespcialy
f out Dutespcialy eutespecially especially in three In tho first frt place placetho plc placethe
tho tenants tnants are ar called caled upon to pay a much muchlarger muchlargr
1 larger largr price pric for their holdings holdlnl than the themaximum themaximum
f maximum suggested suggsted by Mr T W Rus RusIBLI RusaELfJ BusIELTi
IBLI who ho nevertheless noverthelesqa was willing wiing to topropitiate t topropitiate
propitiate prpiiate the landlords by I paying more morethan moroIhan morea
a than tho lands landswero were worth if their value valuerras valueWI
1 rras WI to bo b calculated clculated according accrding to the last lastJudicial lat latJudical lastV
V Judicial Judical rents Of late tho average aerge rate rateof rateDr rateDf
of purchase purchl in Inhe the open ojn open market has been beenloventcon bn bn1enton beenL
L loventcon 1enton years year of the rents rnt fixed fxed at the tholecond thelcnd
1 lecond lcnd revision rvision by tho land courts By Bythe Bytho
1 the bill bi now under discussion discusion tho price pricehaa pric
4 t has ha been bn placed placd at a very much higher higherfigure hlghorfgr higherI
I figure fgr on tho ground that oven twenty twentyRve twent twentlve twentylIve
lIve lve years purchase purchne of tho revised rents rentsrrould rent rentsL
L f would not dischargo the encumbrances encumbrancesupon encumbrancs encumbrancsupn
I j upon upn many estates The tenants tenant seemed seemedto semed semedto
to be b willing wiing to pay somewhat more than thanthe thanthe
4 r the actual market price pric but if very ver much muchmore muchmor muchmore
more mor is to be given to the tlo landlords most mostof mostDf
1 of the difference difernc ought to bo b covered cverd the thetenants thetenlt theV thetentnth
tenants hold by a bonus from tho Im Imperial Impral Tmportal ¬
V tenlt
portal pral Exchequer Tho present preRnt bill billlimits bi billlimits
limits lmit the bonus to 00000000 00 a sum sumwhich sumwhich sumj
j which would leave tenants chargeable chargeablewith chargeableIth
ii with Ith an amount of purchase money moneyequivalent mane maneequvalent
2 dj l equivalent equvalent to a great grat deal more mor than tho thomarket thoarket themarket
market arket price pric Nobody Nobod indeed expects expectsthe oxpcts oxpctsthe
11 the landlords to accept accpt less than they theyhaTo tho thohae theyf
f p have agreed agred to take because bccauB a sale even evenon ovenn evenan
on n tho terms prescribed prescribd by b tho bill bi would wouldleave wouldJave wouldeave
of them little cash af after afr afV
leave Jave eave many very vcr lte cah ¬
V ter r encumbrances encumbrancs had been ben discharged dischargedWhat dischargedat
1 What at the Nationalists Natonalit demand is that the thebonus thonus thet
bonus from the Imperial Ex Ezchequer Excheuer
t L j 1 onus nus payable Imprial
3 iI chequer cheuer shall sha1 be b doubled or at least leastA leastmtrialy
H materially mtrialy A sn increaRd increased i Wo IT bleve believe iii iiirthe that thattbe thata
a v rthe tbe Balfour Balour Government Goverment will wi mako a con concession cn cnlon cena ¬
a cession lon on this thi point notwithstanding notwithstandingIhe notwithstnding notwithstnding1he
I f Ihe 1he protests protsts that are ar beginning bginning to be bepeard b
2 i heard eard from British Britsh taxpayers taxpaer and that thatfwd thatfd thatflnd
fwd fd expression from tho mouths of Con Conservative Conlratvomembrs ¬
n Pi servative lratvomembrs lratvomembrsAnother members membersAnother membersn
E Another Nationalist latonalst objection objecton to the thejAnd thend theband
band nd Purchase Purchl bill bi in its is present lrsnt form is isthat istht isc
c t that tht thatitdlscriminatcs it discriminates dicriminates against the tenants tenantsThere tenantstherls tenantsV tenants1iI
V 1iI therls ffhereIs There is not tho slightest flghtct attempt attmpt to put putpressure putl putI
I l pressure rsur ressureupontholandlords upon upn the land landlords lords They Thoyareto ThoyaretoL hey are ar to tobribed tof
L f ic bribed bribd not coerced cercd though it is true truethat tro trotha trueV truethat1
V that that1 if I they the refuse to sell tl they the will wi have havoto haoo
5 k to o confront cnfront a third revision of rents by bythe bvthe
c the Land Lnd Courts Court eight ei ht years yearshence hence henc Tho Thotenants Tli TliV Jo Jotnant
V tenants tnant on the other hand are ar subjected subjectedto
to a certain crtain amount of pressure prelsure for the thehill thebi thebill
hill bi provides that if they refuse rfus to buy buywhen buywhen buyt
t when their landlord declares a willing willingness wiIng willingL
L ness 1 to t Bell sl they the will wi l be > e debarred from fromprofiting rromprftng fromi
i u profiting prftng by Q a third revision of rents rentsThis rentstl
L This tl seems sm inequitable and we imagine imaginethat hngine hnginetht Imaginei
i that tht on this point pint also the Balfour Gov Government Goverent ¬
1 eminent erent will wi give way wayA wa waA waye1
e1 A third and very ver serious objection objocton is isbased Isbsd ist
t C based bsd upon upn tho fact that no special spcul and andadequate andadeuate andtt
tt I adequate adeuate provision is made for tenants tenantsin
in the congested congestd districts on the west westcoast westCt westcoast
coast Ct of Ireland Irlnd Mr 11 Jo Jon UN E REDMOND REDMONDpointed REDMONDpintd
E pointed pintd out on May fay 4 that tht the sections sctons of ofthe ofthe ofF
F S the billrelating birltng to those tle districts were a acrushing I
I crushing crl disappointment dl8ppintmentMr Mr WVXD WVXDHAM WrwHUf Wynp
p HAM the Chief Secretary Scrtry to tho Lord LordLieutenant Lrd LrdJeutnant LordLieutenant
Lieutenant of Ireland who is
Jeutnant Irland responsi responsible 1sponRI 1sponRIble ¬
ble for tho bill bi had expressed expres d tile te opinion opinionthat opiniontht
4 4 that tht in these thes districts dl8trict the district boards boardswould boardswould boardsI
I would expect expct the tenants to do something somethingtoward somethingtwar somethingp
p toward twar working out their own salvation salvationThey Mlvaton MlvatonTey
I They Tey cannot cnnot do do anything of tho kind kindThey kindTey kindThey
They Tey are simply unable to pay p any rent rentat rnt rntat rentat
at all al Along tho entire enUr western wetern sea seaboard seaboard e ¬
board br the state stte stateof of affaire afair is revolting revoltingThe rvoltng rvoltngt revoltingI revoltingThe
I The Te people pople are or planted upon patches that thatare thatRr thatr
r t I are Rr incapable Incpblo of yielding > Icldin anything anthln re reHembllng relmbtng reI
I Hembllng lmbtng subsistence Rubsltenc for human beings beingsThey beingsI
I They hey are ar in possession p08SeliOl of tho worst WOlt land landwhile landhle landV landwhile
V while hle land lnd prime in quality qual and plentiful plentifulin
V in quantity quanty lies les all al around arould but is used usedfor u6d u6dtor usedfor
for grazing In those districts
gmtng diltrlc1s ten tenants tenRnt teninth ¬
ants Rnt cannot cannot be reasonably raonabl called lcd upon uponto UJOI uponto
to pay py rent rnt for tho land that tht they the now nowoccupy nowocf nowocetiuly
occupy ocf The grazing grrlng tracts trctsltit must bo boacquired boReuir beacquired
acquired Reuir by tho Government Goorment cut up into intoworkable intoworkble intoi
i workable workble holdings and sold to tenants tenantsremoved tenant
V removed rmv i movecl from tho congested c ngstcd distriote distrioteV dltros distriethIi
V iV
Ii > 1 7
who should be permitted rmited to pay py for the thenow their theirnw theirnew
now nw holdings holding by installments In talments That Tht i ithe II IIthe Is Isthe
the only practical prctcal solution 81uton of the lam lamproblem land landproblom Landproblem
problem on the western wetern seaboard 8e bord butor but butof butof
of course COUI it I will wi bo b opposed by the own ownere owner ownen
ere er of tho miserable mlsorble tracts tract which arc noi noioverpeopled now nowoverpopled nowoverpeopled
overpeopled overpopled but which will wi be b deserted deBOrtoiif dertd dertdIf desertedhr
if tho adjacent grazing lands are ar thrown throwiopen thrownopn thrownopeit
open opn upon easy terms Either Eiher these thes par particular partular partkular
ticular tular landlords must lUst bo sacrificed sacrfcd o oelse or orels orelse
else els they the must be b bought boufht out by the Im Imporial Imprlal miporial
porial prlal Exchequer The value of ofthe the f fcannot fee feecannot
cannot bo b great in such instances Instancslr instancesif if it tx txcalculated be becalculated
calculated clculatcd on the wretched wrtohed pittance pittnc a apresent at atprsnt atpresent
present prsnt wrung from from a few of the starv starving strv strvIn starvleg ¬
leg In occupants occupantsThorn occupntI occupantsThere
Thorn is no doubt that the Land Lnd Pur Purchase Purchuse Purchase
chase bill hi if amended in II the threo thre par partlctilare pr partlculars i
tlctilare tcular that we have named will wi be b ac accepted accpted accepted
cepted cpted by the Nationalist Natonalst party prty althouglstill although althoughsti althoughstill
still sti objectionable objectonablo from certain cerin points pointiof plntR plntRof pointsof
of view Mr Ir WYXDHAM WY DUAU as a politico politicotactician polIcl politicaltacticIan I
tactician cannot cnnot have hO begun bRun by offering offerinfall oferlng oferlngal offeringall
all al that ho meant to give for ho must have havknown hve hveknOV haveknown
leaders would woulcinsist wouldInsist wouldinsist
known knOV that tho Nationalist Natonalst leader
insist upon some amendments amendmont We ftl itlll itlllhold til tilhold
hold therefore upn that an agreement agrmont will wilbo wi willhe
he reached rched and that the measure measur im improved improved ¬
proved in certain crtain features leaturs will wi be b passed passedby psd psdhy passedby
by tho House of Commons and nd that tht the theIrish theIrish theIrish
Irish landlords are ar strong enough in the theHouse theHouf theHouse
House Houf of Lords Lrds to carry carr it also through throughthat throughthnt throughthat
that body bodyRnvcrxaU bod bodRcerals bodyReversals
Reversals In the Law Court CourtA CourtnA
A few days ago the Court Cour of Appeals Appealsnt
nt Albany reversed rverd tho decision of the theAppellate theAppelate theAppellate
Appellate Appelate Division Dlislon of tho Supremo Suprmo Court Courtin Cour
in three thr important cases csesthe casesthe the State Statefranchise Statefrnchl Statefranchise
franchise frnchl tax tx case cse tho case cB involving involvingthe Involvng Involvngthe
the Constitutionality Constutonalt of the EightHour EightHourLabor EightHourVlbor EightHourLabor
Labor law and anc the Glennon Gennon case cse Tho Thoappeals Thoppals Theztppeals
appeals ppals in these thes cases came up from fromthree fromthree fromthree
three different difernt judicial judical departments departmentstho department
the Third Second Scond and First Firt The fact factthat fnctthat factthat
that the three thr appeals were wer decided decded to together to together together ¬
gether in view of the prominent charac character charc charcter character ¬
ter of the cases cses attracted attrcted more mor than thanordinary thanordinary thanordinary
ordinary attention atenton and baa ha led to some someadverse someIdvere someadverse
adverse Idvere criticism critcism upon tho courts whose whosejudgments who whosejudgments
judgments were wer reversed reversedIn rvered rveredIn
In reference refernc to this matter mater we ve find findin fnd fndII findiii
Herald the following followingcomments followingcomments
in II tho Boston folowing folowingcomments
comments commentsThe
The irrnuency 1rluro with wth which wbl h the New ew York courts courtsreverse curA curArCcre courtrcerio
reverse rCcre each acl other makes the casual caual lookeron lookeronfairly loolternlalrl ioo1eronfarIr
fairly lalrl dizzy dlz7 The lhe Constitutionality ConlluloOI of the Fran Franchise Franchlse Franchise ¬
chise Tax law has bDS been ben both denied and affirmed affirmedand amred amredand amrmedand
and now Wardman War man Guaojox OLIO who was waq wqto sentenced sentencedto
to Jill Jai for neglecting n lteclnl to close rMe up a disreputable disreputablehome diseputable diseputablehouoe disreputablehowe
home In Ills police plce district dslrct has hs got a new trial tral This ThisIs ThlaIbe TalaIc
Is the tim third tblr time lme the current has Is been reversed rtcred In Inhis tl tlbl inhis
his bl case we believe believeAny belee beleeAn believeAny
Any An attempt to discredit discrdit the Appel Appellate Appl Appllto Appallate ¬
late lto Division Dviion of the Supreme Suprmo Court Cour in inthis Inthis inthis
this way is i based bsd upon a misunderstand misunderstanding miRtmdertnd miRtmdertnding ¬
ing of the facts fact So long as wo have the thedouble thedoublo timdouble
double system of appeals alpeal in this State Stateit Stto Sttoit
it is inevitable Ineviablo that some of the cases casestaken css csstaken casestaken
taken to the Court Cour of Appeals Appals from the thetribunal thetribunal thetribunal
tribunal of intermediate Interedlato appeal appal will wi be boreversed berord bereversed
reversed rord The system sytm of double ap appeals ap appeals ¬
peals pals has been ben criticised critdsed in other States Statesis State Stateas
but matter of fact factho lacttho factthe
as is unnecessary unnecsr as a a a mattr
the ho legal business businels of the State Stte of New NowYork NewYork NewYork
York could conidnot not ot be done don in a satisfactory satisfactorymanner stsfactor satisfactorymanner
manner without tho Appellate Applate Division DivisionTho Dvision DvisionTho DivisionThe
Tho whole matter mater was carefully crfuly dis discussed di discussed ¬
considered in tho Constitu Constitutional Constitutional
cussed cud and considerd Consttu Consttutonal ¬
tonal tional Convention Cnventon of 1804 and it was wasthe wa wasthe
the opinion of that tht convention conventon irre irrespective Ir IrRpctve irrespective ¬
Rpctve spective of the party pry predilections prdiectons of its itsmembers it itsmembers
membr members that a continuance contnuanc of the sys system SYRtem systern ¬
tem of double appeals appal was demanded demandedby
b by the best bst interests Interst of suitors suitor It I is to tobe tob tobe
b be noted notd that a a similar similr system exists exit in inEngland InEngland inEngland
England and that there is no disposition dispositionto dispiton dispitonto
to dispense dipns with it in that country countrySo countr
So far OB a the percentage prcntage of reversals reversalsis rvorls rvorlsIs
is concerned concred we believe blee that the courts courtsin cur courtsin
in this thi State St t compare cmpar favorably with withtho wih wihthe withthe
this in other otherState otherStte otherState
the record rcrd on thi subject any ay
Stte State of tho Union or under the Federal Federaljudicial Federl Federljudicial Federaljudicial
judicial system If I the Boston Herald Heraldwill Heraldwi Heraldwill
wi will look at Volume 181 of the Massachu Massachusetts Mlchu Mlchusts Massachuetts ¬
sts setts Reports Repr it will wl find fnd many cases caseswhich cs cswhich caseswhich
which end with the words M Exceptions Exceptionssustained Excpton Excptonsustined Exceptionssustained
Decree reversed reversedTurning reversedTurning
sustined sustained or reverd reverdTurning
Turning from tho Massachusetts flsachutt Re Reports Ropor Reports ¬
por ports to those thos which deal with the thodecisions thedecislol thedecisions
decislol decisions of the Supreme Suprme Court Cour of the thoUnited theUnitd theUnited
United Unitd States Sttes we find fnd in tho latest vol volume volume volunto ¬
of reversals and also alsomany alsomany
ume many may cases CltS reverals alo alomany
many in which the Judges of tho high hlghest highest highcat
est tribunal in the land find fnd themselves themselvesunable themslves themslvesunable themselvesunable
unable to agree agr as a to what is i the law or orwhat orwhat orwhat
what is i the proper propr construction cltrcton of the thoConstitution theConstuton theConstitution
Constuton Constitution of the United Unitd States StatesNotwithstanding Sttes SttesNotwihstnding StatesNotwithstanding
Notwithstanding Notwihstnding the numerous re reversals r reral xeversali
versals eral however which may be b found foundin
in tho law reports report throughout the coun country cun cuntry country ¬
try the really raly surprising surrsing fact is i the uni uniformity uniformity uniformity ¬
formity of judicial decisions generally generallyin generaly generalyIn
in the fortyfive foryfve States Sttes of the American AmericanUnion Amercn AmercnUnion AmericanUnion
The courts of first instance in
Union cour frt intnc a avast avast avast
vast majority majorty of cases cS deal correctly correctlywith crcty crctywith correctlywith
with tho issues which they are ar called calledupon caled caledupon calledupon
upon to decide and do justice justce between betweenman btwen btwenman betweenman
man and man manA manA manA
A Record HoldUp HoldUpOn loldUp loldUpOn
On tho very heels heoll of tho cutting cuttng down downif downor downof
if Aldermanio power by tho Legislature Legislaturehe Lgislature Lgislaturethe
the he Board of Aldermen defeat a street streetailroad strt strtrairoad streetrailroad
railroad rairoad franchise rrnchls imperatively impratvely de denanded demanded deinanded
nanded by tho public publo immediately Immodlatly af affected 11 11fectd affected ¬
fectd fected and nd unanimously unanimouly approved by bythe bytho bythe
the other officials ofcial connected with the thonatter themater thenuitter
natter mater The character charactr of this action acton is ismphasized i isemphasized
emphasized emphaizd by the fact that the leader leaderin
in in it comes from Brooklyn although tho thoailroad thorairoad therailroad
railroad rairoad in question queRton was wa to cross cr08 tim thorlarlem th timHarlem
Harlem River Rver at 155th street atret It was wa on onTuesday onTueRday onTuesday
Tuesday that the Aldermen refused rlfusd to tojonfirm tocnfr toconfirm
confirm cnfr tho approval by the Board of ofMimato orEstmat ofEstimate
Estimate Estmat and Apportionment Apportonment the Sink Sinking SinkIng Sinking ¬
ing Fund committee committ and tho Railroad Railroaduommitteo Rairoad RairoadC RailroadC
C uommitteo mmlteo of tho Board of a franchise franchisefor franchi iranchisefor
for the Union Railway Rlwny and the City Inter Inter3orough Interborough Interborough
borough Railway Riway to lay tracks across acrosshe aerOSKthe acrossthe
the he Macombs Dam Bridge The north northirn norther northera
er era irn terminus of tho Manhattan Manhatan Elevated Elevatedit Elovatd Elovatdat
at it 155th ISth I Gth street and Eighth l avenue and that tliatf thatof thatof
of > f the Metropolitan Metropltn under trolley trole at 155th 165thtreot 155thstreet 155thstreet
street and Central Cntralaenue avenue aro ar both bth din dlsant dlRtnt dintant
ant tnt from tho south terminus terminu of the thoIcrome theJerome theJerome
Jerome avenue M trolley troloy about as 8lar far as asourtcenth 8 asFourteenth
Fourteenth Iournth street strt and Broadway is I from fromSeventeenth1 rromRentnthstrt fromSeventeenth
Seventeenth Rentnthstrt street and Broadway If I a apassenger apangor apassenger
pangor passenger going north norh on a Broadway Broadwaycar
car ar was wa compelled cmpled to alight alght at Fourteenth Fourteenthtreot Fourtnth Fourtnthstrot Fourteenthstreet
street strot and walk to Seventeenth wontcnth street strot and andivery andOor andevery
every Oor southbound louthbund passenger pngr on Broad Broadvay DroadWIY Broadway
way WIY or Fourth Fourh avenue was wn compelled compelledlo cmpled cmpledto
to alight aJJh at Seventeenth Rententh street and walk walko wak wakto
to o Fourteenth Fourtenth street Itret this condition conditon would woulddeemed wouldb wouldbe
b be deemed demed intolerable But such is the theCondition tbecnditon thecondition
cnditon Condition of affairs nalr which tho Aldermen Aldermenofuso Alderen Alderenrru Aldermenrefuse
refuse rru to correct correctThey crct crctThey correctThey
They withhold withold from lrm the passengers passengersrho panpr passengerswio
who wio demand it Ittho il the power pwer of the Union Unionil Unon UnonJJ
b JJb
Railway to connect Tho Bronx Bron with th thManhattan the tboManhttn theManhattanllneB
Manhattan Rlway Manhttn ManhattanllneB lines Unel cnnec In snow IDOW in winter wintr i ihoot In Inheat Inheat
heat In summer and to t great incon inconvenionoo Incn Incnvenienc Inconvonlence
venionoo venienc in all al seasons BMonA the passengerS paftpcngeramust plngr plngrmust passengerSmust
must walk wak a quarterof quater quarter or a mile mlo or more moreuntil mor morunti moreuntil
until unti a majority of the Aldermen relent relentIlcqucBt rlent rlentHequest relentRequest
Request for permission prmision to make the theconnection thoconnection
connection cnnecton does dos not lot come cOle from the rail railroads ral railroads I
roads upon which It would entail ontal an anadditional anadditonal anadditional
additional additonal upn expense without wihout bringing bringingadditional brlnln brlnlnaddiional bringingadditional
additional addiional revenue rvenuo expn but from the public publicthat publc publcthat publicthat
that has hn to use us the earn earnWhen carl carsWhen
When Alderman WAFER AJER and his col colleagues collea calleagues ¬
leagues lea ues take another look ut the remark remarkable remarkablo remarkablo ¬
ablo situation situaton they have created creatd wo wofeel woleel wefeel
feel that they will wi conclude cncludo that the theMacombs thoMacombs theMacombn
Macombs Dam holdup Is I a trifle trlfo too toocrude toocrude
crude for successful sucssful defence defenceItooievclt delenc delencROOICclt defenceflooeielt j
Itooievclt the Upllfter UpllfterOur Upllter UpllterOur uplifterOur
Our philosophical phiophica contemporary contemporal the theTopeka theTopkG theTopeka
Topeka TopkG State Journal Joural has made mae a really reallyilluminating raly ralyiuinatng reallyIlluminating
of ofMr orMr ofMr
illuminating iuinatng study of the psychology pycholog
Mr RoosEVEira ROSEVELS excursion excurion It would wouldbe wouldbe wouldbe
be impertinent Imperinent to try tr to summarize this thisremarkable thisremarkable thisremarkable
remarkable essay Oay on wlat wlVt may bo called calledthe cale calledthe
the new peripatetic porlpatete thought The title titleis tio tioIs titleis
is The Presidents Preidents Uplift UpliftWherever Uplt UpltWbereer UpliftWherever
Wherever the th President P ldentlor goes hit Influence as asmui a a ama aman
man ma as well wel as A that of a beloved b loed President Is most moststimulating mo mostattmuiatlo 1 1atmul4t01
stimulating atmul4t01 and upllftlne uplUtnr Kwry Jcr EVC ohe of the thou thouBands tbound thouMnd
Bands nd of citizens citzen of Topeka Tpeka vlio ho saw aw and heard heardHooSKVEtT hcan heardflooaavzvr
HooSKVEtT lOIVUT must have felt the food rod effects etecl of Ills Illspresence hl hlpreenc Itlpresence
preenc presence exemplified uemplned In his bl words wors and hli ht actions actionsIlls actlonIls actionsIlls
Ills Ils address addr at the Auditorium was a5 characteristic characteristicof cbaraclel5tc cbaraclel5tcot
of the man ma and ad along lines Inc he delights delrbt to depict depictHe depicllc depictlie
He lc spoke spke of human fellowship tcJowsblp of the aid one good goodman goodman goodman
man mar ma and nd does give IIe 10 his hi fellow lelow of work ork and andlore andlove andlove
love saylnc ayfnr that no 10 man Is happy happ If ho dot not notwork notwork notWork
work and using the word wr love In Its 11 broad brad sense of ofboth otblh ofboth
both blh desire and labor labr for the welfare of our fellows fellowsHe telowA telowAle fellowslie
He le delights delghl to speak of character which be calls callsa cal I Ia
a compound ompund of many qualities Qualtes His ia spirit Is I ever everhopeful eerboptul everhopeful
hopeful boptul and ad was well wel stated In his bl expression uprlon I 1have Ihve Ikve
have hve a great deal of faith talh In the average aemle American Americancitizen tmerlesnclllzea mercan mercancllel
citizen citizenEvery cllel clllzeaEvery
Every Ever community touched by b the President Presidenton IreI ent enton
on his bl tour receives from trm corn him some goad 100d frpm trlm the theconstant theconslant theconstant
constant Influences 10Iuence that lbl spark sprk from his words and andactions a1 a1ciloo antiactIons
actions ciloo like lke glints rlnl from an emery CIneI cmer wheel bc l Ills Illsspeech ii iiapee 1lLapeech
speech apee h and conduct are ar wholesome to the extreme extremehis extremcbl extremehis
his bl simplicity slmplcl of speech fJech and sincerity alnccrl of thought thoughtarc Ihoull Ihoullare
arc pronounced prnoun ed and the uplift upllt Is I Immeasurable ImmeasurableFrom Imreaurablc ImreaurablcFrom immeasurableFrom
From time to t time tmo men and women womenof womenor womenof
of generous but restricted retricte aim have havemade havemae havemade
made mae efforts efors to t elevate elovat the stage the thedrama thodrama thedrama
drama the standards stndads of athletics com commercial commerclailfe cornmorcial ¬
mercial merclailfe life and so 8 on Tho elevation elevaton of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the wholecountry wholocountt wholo country is I a far grander gran er and andmore andmore andmore
task of enthus enthusiastic enthusiastio
more heroic taql worthy an ¬
iastic and nd a strenuous character chaacter It I is isrefreshing Isrefrehing isrefreshing
refreshing refrehing to think of Mr fr ROOSEVELT ROOSEVELTradiating ROOSlVELT ROOSlVELTrdiatng RoosEvELTradiating
radiating rdiatng good R > d influence infuenco over thousands thousandsof
of miles mio uplifting uplting crowds of his fellow fellowcitizens felow felowctzenq fellowcitizens
citizens ctzenq and school children chidren and leaving leavinggood leavinggoo leavinggood
good goo in every town from which his train trainpulls tran tranpuls trainpulls
pulls puls out outAnd outAnd outAnd
And in uplifting uplftng the country countr ho is nec necessarily neceariy neceasarily ¬
essarily eariy uplifting uplrng himself himsel By a beauti beautiful be beautiful ut ¬
ful consequence cnequence in doing good to others othershe other othershe
he does dos good to himself himselfOur himel himelOnr himselfOur
Our Earn EarnDoctors Ear8Doctors EarsDoctors
Doctors are ar delightful delghtul and dreadful dreadfulAfter drendfulAfter dreadfulAfter
After rendering rndering mad dogs harmless harmlessturning harmles harmlessturning
turning turing plagues plages into playthings plathing and andgetting andgttng andgetting
getting gttng along swimmingly in their prom promises promis prommen ¬
men is to cure cur consumption clumpton they tho now tell tellus tel tellus
us u that we are ar all al getting gtng deaf Our Ourcars Ourear Ourears
cars ear are ar wearing out in the noise nois of our ourcivilization ourcvizton ourcivilization
civilization cvizton Wo used to imagine that thatbad thatbad thatbad
bad ears car were confined cnfned to poor por singers singersand Rlnger Rlngerand singersand
and to persecuting pecutng whistlers whiter Long Lng ago agothere agothore agothere
there were er fewer deaf people poplo in Prussia Prussiathan Prussiathan Prussiathan
than in any other country cuntr in the world worldin
in proportion prprton to its population opulton and ant the theFrenchmen theFrnchmen theFrenchmen
Frenchmen Frnchmen used usd to say that it was be because b because ¬
cause cu WAONKR W AO lm never novel got a fair fall chance chancein chanc
in his hi own country But coming cming down downto downt downto
to t the figures fgrs of oftho the doctors doctor how many manypeople manyppl manypeople
people ppl in the civilized c d world word have ears earsin ear earsin
in their normal condition conditon or to put it itplainly itplalnl itplainly
plainly how many man have healthy helhy cars carsOne car earsOne
One out of three according to Dr DrTnoLTScn DrTnoLTscn DrTROLTSCLI
TnoLTScn and he only counted adults adultsfrom nduls ndulslrm adultsfrom
from lrm 20 O to 50 years old Among the thepeople thopople thepeople
people pople more mor than 50 years old the mel melancholy melnncholy melaneholy ¬
ancholy proportion proprton is one good ear to tothree tothreo tothree
three bad ones Tho possessor pssssor of one onegood onegood onegood
good ear never knows that the other one oneis oneIs oneis
is muffled mufed He can hear quite qulo enough enoughto
to satisfy satsfy himself in fact ho can hear heartoo hearto heartoo
too to much sometimes some me but nil ni the same samehe saro sarohe samohe
he is deaf or getting getng deaf gradually graduallyand jradual jradualad
and ad the doctors doctor are sounding the alarm alarmHappy ala alarmHappy
Happy are those who cant cat hear it itRailroad itRalroad itRailroad
Railroad Ralroad men appear to have the worst worstears wort worter worstears
ears er of all al But out of 1050 105 ordinary ordinarymen
men in i France under 50 years ear Dr FELIx FKLIXfound FJLIX FJLIXlound FELIxfound
found 290 29 Buffering suterng from incipient deaf deafness deafne deaffleas ¬
ness ne A recent examination examnation of the thechildren thochidren thechildren
children chidren in the public publc schools of France FranceGermany FrancoGerany FranceGermany
Germany Gerany Russia and ad Switzerland Switerland gave gave3Z
32 per cent cnt with wth defective dofectvo hearing hering and andaccording andaccrding andaccording
according accrding to t the statistics Rt18ic of Dr CIIEATLE CIIEATLEpresented CUEATLEpreontd CmiEATLIpresented
preontd presented to the Otological Otlogical Society Socet of ofLondon ofLndon ofLondon
Lndon London only 43 per cent of the pupils pupilsof pupis pupisof
of the public publc schools of England have havehealthy havohealhy havehealthy
healhy healthy ears earsA earsA earsA
A report on American Aerican oars oar would be beinteresting beInteretng beInteresting
Interetng Interesting110w interesting
How Jow to Have Work WorkTho WorkTho WorkThe
Tho cure cur for the paralysis parlysis of industry industryhich Industr Industrwhich industrywhich
which hich is caused cusd everywhere everher by y the lock lockng lockIng locklag
lag ng of horns hors between btwen employee and andsmployer andemployer andemployer
employer is available avalable whenever the themblic thopublo thepublic
publo public mblic IB ready to apply it it It I consists consistsf consist
or > f full ful protection protction for tho thousands of ofaborers oflabrer oflaborers
laborers labrer who always prefer work to todleness toIdlene toidleness
idleness Idlene idlenessProtection dlenessProtection
Protection Protecton however does dos not lie le only onlyn onlyIn onlyin
In n long sticks stck carried crried by the police polc for foriso foruso foruse
iso in moments momont of positive posltvo violence violenc It Ities I Itlien
lien 10 first frt in public publc opinion so general generalnd generalad generaland
ad and nd so determined detrmine to give men their theirIghU thoirright theirrights
rights right under the law lw that tht tho misguided misguidedentimentallsts misguidedsntmentlit misguidedsentimentalists
sentimentalists sntmentlit who keep pouring puring the thoncouragement theencurgement theencouragement
encouragement encurgement of praise pris on tho leaders leadersf leader leaderof
of f coercion corcion shall shl not prevail prvai against aglst it itWhere ItWher itWhere
Where Wher law rules rlcs idleness Idl nes9 cannot last lastor laRtlor lastfor
for or any an length of time tme in any civilized civilizedlommunity civizd civizdcommunity civilizedcommunity
community particularly pricularly in the United Unitedtales Unitd UnitdSwtes UnitedStates
States SwtesTho StatesThost tales talesThose
Those Tho who watch with wih interest Interet the growth growthIn
In n this thl country cuntr of a taste for good goo manic will willwe wi willBee
we further furher evidence evidenc of It in tho withdrawal withdrawalif withdrwal withdrwalor
or if the Knclfel Kelel Quartet from the Boston Bostonsymphony Dton DtonSyphony BostonSymphony
Syphony symphony Orchestra OrhCtra Chamber Cambe music Is Ishe Isthe inthe
the he mOlt exclusive ecluive form for of tho tone art ar It Itthe Itil Itis
il is the th form ror which appeals appl least Icattotheappe Icattotheappette lenettotheappotiteforspeclousahow to tlienppo tlienppoIte
tte titeforspeclousahow Ite for npccioiiR pcloul show and gives glv the small smallsi IU IUet smalleat
et eat si opportunity opprunity to hide poverty pvcrty of Ideas Ideasmder Idel Idelunder ideasunder
under glittering gUtering dtaplay dl play and bewildering bewilderingichemea bewldtrng bewldtrng8hem bewilderingn
8hem n ichemea of Instrmental Instrumental color clor Since Sinc its itsnception It ItsInception
Inception ioptlon the Knelsel Kelel Quartet Qunret has been bEn a awrt aprt apart
prt part wrt of tho Boston orchestra orchetr Its 111 member memberiave membn inembrshave
have iave been bn obliged oblge to retain rptln their places plaC in intint inthst
tint thlt body in order orer to mako sure of earning earningi arlnl I
a i livelihood Now 1ow however tho support Hupporticcorded supprt supprtacre supportac
ac iccorded orded to them by the public and tho thoiromlfte thoprmil thepromise
acre publo
prmil promise iromlfte of still ti wider patronage palrnago warrant warranthem wart warrantthem
them In cutting cutig loose lose from the parent prt or organisation or organization ¬ I
ganisation pzton and embarking embkg in i independent ldepdet ldepdetJ IndependentIV
J IV 3 3V
V k
enterprise onterre They Tey would ould hardly hadly have haveme havemethe hiavenisde hiavenisdethe mad madthe
the move without bolng sure of success UC fo fofailure for forfaiure forfaIlure
failure faiure would bo disastrous dlsstrouR They h have havehad havehad v vhad
had abundant opportunity opprtunity to examine exmlno th thfield the thofeld thefield
field feld and that their ther observation obleraton should Mioulihave shouldhave houldhave
have led to their withdrawal wihdrawal from the or orcliestra orchetra orohestra
cliestra Is pretty sound proof pror that the publl publlhas publ6 publ6hM pubhi6 pubhi6has
has reached their level All Al of which will wilpleaxo wi willplease
please those who watch with lh interest for foimusical formU81caillrogre8sln formusical
musical mU81caillrogre8sln progress In the United Unied States StatesCivilians Stats StatsCivilnl StatesCIvilians
Civilians Civilnl who hope to be appointed appinte Sccon ScconLieutenants Secnd SecndLleutenantA Second SecondLieutenants
Lieutenants In 110p the army ary will wi have theliclmnco their theirchance theirchance
chance thl thils year Ylar for oven after aCerthe the gradual gradualing grauat grauatIng graduaLing
ing class at Went Welt Point and the enlisted enlste me mecandidates men mencandldate alancandidates
candidates candldate havo been provided provide for there therwill therewi therewill
will wi be upward of threescore threescre vacancies vacancle t tbe to tob tobe
b be filled fle There are already alrody 17 1 vacancies 1 1tho In Intho Inthe
tho corps of engineers engineer 23 2 In the cavalry caJr
14 1 In crp thin th artillery lrtler and 80 861n In the Infantry Inantr with witha wih wiha
a graduating class of 93 not counting cuntng th thforeign the theforolgn theforeign
foreign cadet caet who will wi not be commissIoned commlsslonein cmmlMlone
in our army Besides Delde these the 142 12 places plce there therare thereare thereare
are 17 1 vacancies in the th Pay Department Deprment 2 31n 31nthe in intho inthe
the Judge Advocate Adocte Generals Oenerls Department Departmentand Deprment Deprmentand
and 11 I I in the Signal Corps Corp The Te Signal Corps Corpsvacancies Cor Corpsvacancies
vacancies vacncie when filled fle may mayor or may not create createplaces createplacM createplaces
places In the line lne to be filled fle by promotion promotionand
and BO 10 to cause caule an equal eual number of places placesamong plC plCImong placesamong
Lieutenants of tho line linebut llsehutovenit
among Imong tho Second Sond lie liehut
but hutovenit o ovon von if I they thieydo do not notthechances the chances for or civil civilians chl civillane ¬
lane will wi be good goodTho go goThe goodThe
The new warship warhIp Maine Mainoreached reached Irache League LeaguIsland Lague LagueIsland LeagueIsland
Island on April Apri IS Ii having In her comple complement cmple cmplement conlplemont ¬
ment one engineer officer ofcel The Indicated Indicatedhorsepower Indlcted IndlctedhOnepwer Indicatedhorsepower
horsepower hOnepwer of the Maine Is 10000 100 as al In the thoTeutonic theTeulonlo theTeutonlo
Teutonic and Ind the Majestic ajCtlc but in ordinary ordinarycruising orlnr orlnrcruising ordinarycruisIng
cruising aOOO 10 horsepower horscpwcr is need uled con constantly cn cnstantly constantly ¬
stantly The Ihe transatlantic tranltlntc vessels VCSt named namedcarry namedcarf namedcarry
carry carf some eleven engineers onglnet Intheir In thcir com complements cm cmplementl cornplements ¬
plements What is saved M vcd to tho Government Governmentby Ooverment Oovermentby
by cutting cut lng down tho number of Its naval navalengineers la navalengineers val vallnglncel
engineers lnglncel is 11 more than met by the cost cst of ofrepairs orrepaln ofrepairs
repairs repaln duo lo the lack lact of expert supervision supervisionof B prlslon prlslonof
of the machinery machiner of Its II vessels Economy EconomyIn Enomy EnomyIn
In engineers enginers In a very ver poor por sort sor of economy economySport enomy enomySport economySport
Sport with wih the thoroughbreds thoroughbrs will wi begin beginIn Jgln JglnIn beginin
In earnest tame t to today < lay at the Morris Park track trackwhich trck trckwhich trackwhich
which will wi have JIVO Its Is spring Iprlp meeting metng Per Perhaps Perhaps Perhiaps ¬
haps nowhere novher else eO on the metropolitan metropolitancircuit metropoltn metropoltncrcut metropolitancircuit
circuit crcut may the performances perormancs of the cham champions chainPlans ¬ I IIllons
Plans of the turf bo Been fn and enjoyed enjoyo so sothoroughly sothorou sothoroughly
thoroughly thorou hlr as at this picturesque picturque course coursein CU CUIn coursein
in Westclipster WestchrstC county countyOvershadowing cunty cuntyOershadowinj countyOvershadowing
Overshadowing Oershadowinj all 111 else efB today on the thoracing thercing theracIng
racing rcing card cr Is II of course couro tho Metropolitan MetropolitanHandicap Metropolrn MetropolrnHandicp MetropolitanHandicap
It should bo boThe hoThe ItoThe
Handicap Handicp and a grand grnd race rac
The field fold may be as largo as that of last lastyear lastrar lastyear
year rar when eighteen elghtEn horses hOIel faced faC the starter starterbut Itarteri Itarterihit Ktarterbeit
but hit at any rate rte It will wi surely bo b large largeenough largeenough largeenough
enough for n good goo fight fght Of the horses horseslikely horseRIkel horseslikely
likely Ikel to start that have given a firstrate firstrateaccount frstrle frstrleaccunt firstrateaccount
account accunt of themselves themEhel this season Yellow YellowTail Ye1ow Ye1owTal YellowTail
Tail Tal the 1m sixyearold slrlarold son of Watercress WatercressBtawltt Vntercre4nstaiids < s sRWldl
Btawltt RWldl out prominently prominenLr In the best het two twohandicaps twohandicaps
handicaps handlCps of time th year lal BO fO far namely the theCarter theCarter
Carter Crl > r and tho Excelsior Exclsior this thll strong Call California Cl Callfornlit ¬
fornia forl racer rcr finished tnilhe second scond and third thirdrespectively thir thirdrespectively
respectively rpectely and today tooay ho will wi carry C1f only onlya onl onla
a little lUo more weight than tln ho hocarried carried crre in those thoseraces thole tholerc thoseraces
races rc His liB best h t moo mo however was that thatof thntof thatof
of last Ilft Monday for fo the Montague 1lontaguo Stakes Stakeswhen SwkAwhen Stakeschien
when with lh 120 pounds ho ran ono mild mildand mia miaand mileand
and a sixteenth sixcnth in 146 25 at Jamaica JamaicaOn Jamnlo
On that day ho beat bat the threeyearold threyearold In Injunctionwho Injunction Injunctionwho ¬
junctionwho junction who finished fnihe second lend Royal who whoalso whonilo whoalso
also nilo ran in tho Excelsior is thought by many manyto manyto manyto
to be better beter than ho ha hM shown this year yearIf yearI yearIf
If I reports of early morning moring trials trls are ar trust trustworthy trustworhy trustworthy ¬
worthy worhy wo mtifrt mn t look lok for a keen ken contender contenderin
in Slave RIa VI tho threeyearold thryearold Ayrshire AYnhlre colt coltof coltof coltof
of GnpEN Gn ES B MORRIS MORRS who is II said ald to havo havoburned haobure hinvobunted
burned bure up the thf track in hU h work Mr MrOXNARDB MrOXNARDS MrOxNAnDs
OXNARDB Lox IIX Costa C ta id I believed bl e tobonblo tobonbloto 10 bolle bolleto beilile beilileto
to do 10 his mile miD to loIa today < lay In 140 Mwternian Mwternianlias 1ltermal ttastormanltas
lias Jn trained train 1 splendidly Iplendldly and Is bound boud to togo togo togo
go well wel and tho same famo is II true tro of Igniter IgniterMr
Mr WHITNEYS WUTNEY pair pll Gunfire Gunfr and Ieonora IeonoraJjoring IAJJor IAJJorrllg LoonoraLoring
Jjoring rllg are ar said to be b ripe rip and ready readyalthough Iadyalthough readyalthough
although Gunfiros Gunfrtlong long runaway ran of Tuesday Tuesdaymay Tu TuesdaymaRy day daymar
may take her out out of tho race rc There Thor ore orehalf or orhalf arehalf
half a dozen dozn others who will wi receive rlele a share shareof Ahar Aharohupport shareof
of ohupport support among the t he s peculators Ipeculntot and some someof Iome IomeoC someof
of them are nr threoyearoUls Ihlyrrolda Indeed 1 m It Itwould itauld itwould
would auld not bo b at at all al surprising urprt ing considering consideringtho cnlderlng cnlderlngthe
the present prcnt condition cndilon of several of tho horses hoirtvof hOII hOIIof horsesof
of this age n e to see 0 a threeyearold thryearld repeat repeatArsenals fpat fpatncnal repeatArsenals
Arsenals ncnal victory of 1902 1902In ID IDIn 1002In
In the th beginning tho general gcnerl prediction predictionwas prelcion prelcionas
was as that In light Ught airs air tho Reliance Relnnco would be bebeaten b bebeaten
beaten belen by tho Columbia and of course coursebeaten rlr8e rlr8ehenten coursebeaten
beaten worse orso by the Constitution Constiuton In light lightnirs lght lghtalr lightairs
airs alr the th Independence was wa < a canal canll boat bat and andtho andthe andthmo
the Reliance Bellnce was WB too much like Iko her In prin principle prn prncipII prinditto ¬
ditto cipII to bo materially materialy different dltorent under such suchcondilions Buchcnditons suchconditions
conditions cnditons On the other hand as 1 we weunderstand weundertand weunderstand
understand undertand it tho hope hop wan Wa cherished chlrsh In InBristol InDriltol InBristol
Bristol Driltol that the immense canvas canal which the theReliance thl thlRelanc theReliance
Reliance Relanc would wear would ould give her enough enoughpower enol enoughIower h hpower
power to nullify nulfy tho disadvantages dlsdvnwge of her herbulky herbulky herbulky
bulky form when standing jtandlng upright uprightTlio uprght uprghtDIe uprightTIle
DIe first frt disappointment about alut her herIhemfore Is Istherefore istherefore
therefore to bo recorded rlcotde In a algh light air nr on onTuewlay onTtaylho onThesdny
Tuewlay Ttaylho the Columbia beat bt her in a brush brushof brh brhof brushof
of a few minutes minutesIt minute
It It is II too early in the year for any trIal to toIxi tohe tobe
Ixi conclusive cncusivo none 10no the less les confidence rnfdcnce in intho Intho Inthe
tho Reliance Relinc must mut come mo down a 1 peg pegTho pg pgrho pegThe
The Inhabitants Inhabilnts of the town of Warring Warrington
ton ion situated within wihin the limits lmis of thin Pcnsa Pcnsax Pens Penscla Pensacola
cla cola x > la Navy Nav Yard are stlM ItlM stI making work not notto notto
to 0 Bay trouble for the th Navy lay Department Departmentrtarrington DlpCrtment DlpCrtmentWarrlnglon DepartmentWarrlngtoit
Warrlnglon rtarrington grew up after the Civil War Wa as a aa asa
a 1 town composed cmple of employees cmployl of the Pcnsa Pcnsaxjla Pens Penscla Pensacola
cola cla yard lnl who squatted squated on an a unused unusedxirtlon unued unuedprion unusedportion
portion prion of the thl reservation and has hallncreaAc increased increasedn
In n size 111 until unt It contains cnlalns now more than lmn 1800 1800nhabltants 160 1500inhabitants
inhabitants Inhahlants These thrifty thrity person pfln pay no noaxes notaXl notaxes
taxes axes and havo no votes the Navy Depart Department Depr Deprmcnt Department ¬
ment maintains their town policing polcng light llghtng lgh lighting
Ing ng and nd draining drlnlng it i keeping Its Is streets strctf clean cleanmd cean ceanami cleananti
md providing providlnp for It what hnt other towns pro prodde prode pro1de
dde de for themselves Very cr fow of the in inlabltants inhablantl Inhabitants
habitants hablantl are employed by Government thnGovernmentnost the Gmerment Governmentmost j jmost
most of them are fishermen tshermcn and farmers farmersA farmel
A year yeD ago Warrington Warrngon asked 8ske for an appro approiriation appropriation appropriatioll
iriation from Congress CongrO for two school 8ho ono onoor onofOI onetom
tom or white whie children chidren tho other for negroes negroesjut negre negroesbut
but the tht desired desire gift was W not 10t forthcoming forthcominghe forhcmig forhcmigthe
of the objecting erTec erTecIvcly effectlveiy
the he Secretary Srctar Navy objectnK elE elEthclr
rid of the theiquattcrs thesquntcrs timebluatter3
Ivcly Now low ho Is trying tring to get
and to revoke tho leased leasedf
iquattcrs squntcrs ad proposes proplcsto lel lelor
or > f those not employed In tho navy yard yardA
A V recent rpcot investigation InvCtigato shows Ihos hat t one family familylolds famiy famiyholds familyhoid
holds cloven leases lel80 which it sublets another anotherlead anotherhed anotherhead
lead hed of a family famiy obtained obtaine permission prlAlon to tojuild tobuid tobuild
build buid a a wharf for himself from which ho holow honow imenow
now derives derhO an income Incme from high hl h wharfage wharfageoes wllrage wllragefO wimarfagefoes
fO foes oes One of the Florida Senators Bnntor is In Wash Washngton Wah WahIngon Washiimgton
the revocation of ofhe orthe ofthe
ngton Ingon to protest prolOt against twocton
the he looses Itlj but blt tho Navy Na Department Dlpartment thinks thinkshat thinksthat thinksthat
that only employees elploY1 should holld bo allowed alowe to loive tolve tolive
live lve In the navy na yard ard and ad It It would wOlld seem seemis seemas m mas
as is If Warrington Warington had committed commltel a tactical tacticalnistako tacicl taciclmistako tacticalmistake
mistake last year cr when In trying tflnK to get gotroe getfree getfree
free roe nchooU Rchoot it called cale attention atenton to the fact facthat factthat factthat
that It lived lved and ad moved moe and had its il being beingm bing bingon
on m Government property at Government Governmentxpense Governmentcpns Governmentexpense
expense cpns
ronfwlrrato ConfPeltl Flat for 821 821ron 3B 3Bfrom 21Front
from ron Ihe Hcifimorc lailorc American AmericanOne tmcrianOll ncriea V VflimP
One Oll of the mod 1aot Interesting Interesthl articles arlcEs con conildered cciislderrd 01
ildered historically hlstorlclll that were put Plt up lp at yes yesrrdnys yeaterditIs R Rtpns
rrdnys Bale Ile of this thl Crlm collection clcton nt tho thofourth thoourth theFourth
fourth Re RllmEnt Rsglment lment armory was 31 nn In old Con ConVdernto Conf Confederate
federate f rllo flair fal of the thl MonUromerr Montromerr do design dohmoholnl designhowinc n nhntvlntf
oholnl hntvlntf tlio thl seven wen stars tnr of th the original orilnni Con Conderate Can1Perote Confderato
derate 1Perote Htnton Htnt AH A time old banner hOlncr torn tr by b bhulltn byitimilets i ijiillHfl
jiillHfl hulltn faded tndtd and nld bedlmmetl hllmml by b are ni was wasirotlrht WI wasbrouwbt
irotlrht hrolllbt to the auctioneers ouctonNr stand und nd tin tiniirlcdn In In1urll1 tinfurled
1urll1 furled iirlcdn it wave aI of enthusiasm spread through tlirnuelihn thrnulh thrnulhthn
thn th hn hall 11al In II puttliiff nUhlr U up lp Auctioneer Alclonr O A Aapt AKlrldotd Ahirkiand
Klrldotd hirkiand Mid that th the nal flag was captured h hCapt by byCapt
Capt apt Karbcr torrr of the > United Unlf 8t Sil Sztea te caJturd Navy NIvy prior priorto
to o 1HOI whtlo In the thf blockade blokndf service IrlC Th Til Ths Thsfirst
first bid 25 which hlc was offered WI was not notcnw notcontfsUcl
lldt oalr
cnw contfsUcl frt 1 and the tal fiat was kno knocked ke dow down downto
to te the Intonan binitheonlun Inmulon Inititution for that em emi sum
To TUB TJR EDITOR or THE T s SON BUNSir Sir Cubaigeneral Cubai Cubssgeneral <
general generl needs nls are quite quie the same lme OH I those thos o otho of ofthe ofthe
the majority of tho earths erhllnhabltnte inhabitants J Jreview A Areview
review of her present situation eltualon in the Ugh Ughof lght lghtor lIghtof
reveals two needs neediof needsof
of her pant pst experience nee
of special speial immediate ImmOlat exprence Importance These Thesiare Teee Teeearel Thesearm
are arm
areFirst arelFIlt First FIlt a diversity of her productive proucive Indue Industries Induetrle InduetrIes
tries trle which shall shal enable her to assume a post posttlon pll pllton poe1tion
tlon ton of Independence in the economic ooomi wprld wprldSecondly w w9rldSecondly rld rldSndly
Secondly Sndly a reasonably rOnably profitable proftable market marketfor markettor marketfor
for her agricultural productions productionsI produotons produotonsCubas productionsCubas
I Cubas rightful position psiion in the economic economicworld economloworld economicworld
world is unquestionably unquestonably one one of absolute absolutieconomic abtlute abtluteecnomlo absoluteeconomic
economic ecnomlo Independence indepndenc It I Is doubtful doubtul I Iany It Itany Ifany
any other spot lpt on 0 the surface surfac of the th earth eartlcan earthoan earthcan
can rival her natural advantages In the thicombination tbecombinaton thecombination
combination combinaton of the two allessential al ntal factors faetonin factorsin
in industrial prosperity prsprlty namely namly poMl poMlblllty p posslbility l lbllty <
blllty of production producton and proximity proximty to the theworlds theworlds theworlds
worlds great grat markets mrkets Her leI fertile ferIe acres acreiHo ars arsle acreslie
Ho le within withi a few hours houl salt II from trm the th largest largestof larg largestof t tof
of the worlds Individual markets mrketsthe mrketstheUnited marketsthe marketstheUnited th thUnited
United States A few days sailing sing will wilpUcs wi willplace
place plce her output In the markets of England Englancand Englandad Englandand
and ad Europe Eurp Sh She can readily radiy produce prouc in inquantities Inquatties Inquantities
quantities quatties which will wi justify ju ty the establish establishment p establishmeat tablsh tablshment ¬
ment of special spcia lines lnes of direct dlrot transportation transportatlorfrom trnspraton trnspratonfrm
from frm shipping point pint to market Extension Extensionof
of her export exprt crops will wi enable single lingle ports portito prs prsto portsto
to furnish complete cmplele cargoes cargoesAt cargos cargosAt cargoesAt
At present prRnt Cubas Cubal export expr products are aromainly lre lremaInl aremainly
mainly maInl limited Imltell to sugar and tobacco toba So Sclong Solong Solong
long as that remains rmain tho fact Cubas pros prosperity prl prlpriy prosparity ¬
parity priy hangs upon upn those thOB two lines lnes subject subjectto
to political plticl and economic ecnomlo conditions ondllon8 which whichare whiohar whichare
are ar beyond byond the control cntrol and largely beyond beyondeven byond byondeen beyondeven
even tho influence Ifuenc of Cuban Cban people pople or the theCuban theVuban timeCuban
Cuban Government Ooverment Her Ipr eggs aro In two twobaskets toUMket8 twobaskets
baskets and disaster dlRter to either eiher meant meantdisaster meandllter meansdisaster
disaster dllter to Cuba With such diversity diverity ol olher orh ofher
her h r products productll OH Is I a ready rady possibility pAiblly mis misfortune misfortune misfortune ¬
fortune or disaster dlster become Icme limited lmite In their theirpossible theirpBlble theirpossible
possible pBlble Mope p and in tho measure mCUr of their thelidanger theirdangr theirdanger
danger dangerIn dangr dangrIn
In tho adjustment ajustment of the Cuban Cuba tariff tarlflthe tari tariffthe
the American AmerIcn authorities authorte took tok Into consid consideration crdd crdderaton consideratiort ¬
eration eraton the fact of Cubas poverty pverty and ad lowrates low lovrats lowrates
rates rats of duty were Imposed Impse upon upn various variouslinos variouslines arlou arlouIno
lines Ino of alimentary almentry substances subRtanC In order orderthat orderthat orderthat
that excessive eXClvo tariff tarll restrictions rltrctonf should Ihould not notforce nottorce notforce
force priori to a point which would put putsome putsome putsome
some of the necessaries DCrle of life le beyond the thepurchasing thopurchnlng thepurchasing
purchasing purchnlng power pwer of the poverty perty stricken strickenP3oplo strickenpeople trcken trckenpoplo
people The Th motive motvo which led to this thll was wasdoubtless Wi wasdoubtless
doubte doubtless kindly klndl but the step was wa in one onea one11p oneft3pCt
a 11p ft3pCt pjct t economically ecnomicaly unsound uniund Its Itl ten tendency tendeno7 tendenoy ¬
dency was to discourage dlfcurage local production productionIt produoton produotonI
It I IH 1f quite qui open opn to question qUton whetherfrom whetherom the theCuban theCban theCuban
Cuban Cban point pln of view vle the kinder klndtr course rurse would wouldnot w wtuldnot uld uldnot
not have been bn the establishment Itabshment of n atariff atarifflittle tariff tarifflittle tarll
little Ito short shor of prohibitive prohlblhe on many of three threefoodstuffs thPo thPotodltut thesefoodstuffs
todltut foodstuffs backed backe up by furnishing the theCubans theCubans theCubans
Cubans from their own revenues more moreworking moreworking moreworking
working cattle catle and farming tools tols tolscountry A Acountry Acountry
country so 10 eminently eminenty agricultural agriculurl an I the theIsland theIsland theIsland
Island Island of Cuba should Ihould at at least lelt feed fee Itself Itfielfand Il Itselfand
and no greater greater kindness kindnes could culd have been beenshown ben benBlwn beenfthVDWfl
shown Blwn than by enabling enahlng the Cubans Cubanto to sup supply supply supply ¬
ply their own home market with Ith food foo prod products pro products ¬
ucts UCtf at prices prces remunerative remuncrtho to tho pro producers producers prodtmcers ¬
ducers ducersReference ducersRererence dtmcersReference
Reference to the table of Cuban imports importsfor imprtl
for tho fiscal fscal year lr ended Juno 30 1901 1901shows 191 191IhoW 1901simows
shows IhoW the following folowlng entries entrie and valuations valuationsPoultry valuationsPoultry aluatol aluatolIolltf
Poultry Iolltf s and ° d small amal etmc S1NI878 S1NI878neef
neef ne t and pork brine or salt saltLard lt vlO4a 7 7Lard
Lard 20MIM 20MIMHam 2n 2058154llama 8tM 8tMlamA
Ham lamA and Ind shoulders rojoio rojoioJerked 10 IQ IQIerked
Jerked brrf lr leteOC4 leteOC4Meat 1Ote i
Meat Melt cat of all al other klnrin klnea V 316m 316mIlutter 31684 315547Iltitter
Ilutter Jlte cheese cheie and condensed rodemed mlllt mll mliiimislsm mliiimislsm1Iuli 11S1SM 11S1SMFish tt51S
Fish Ish dried salted nied pickled c 1072271 1072271KK 107227 1072271Cereals
KK Jgr fiso45t fiso45tnice 104
nice Tfr T333405 T333405Cereals 3402 3402eeal
CerealsIiour Cereals
eeal OMWH OMWH1lonr OI6
1lonr 221004 2ICM1 2ICM1neani 210041flean
neani pea onlonq potatoes c c 11IS3I2 11IS3I2Here 1IQ312 1IQ3121t1 1515312here
Here 1t1 are lT farm and field feld products prrUCIB to a avalue nvalu avalue
value of 18218480 1821848 Imported Imprled in a single singleyear singloyI singleyell
year Into a distinctly agricultural agriculural country countrywith cuntr countryvitit
with a population ppulton of only a million milon and a ahalf a1lalf aImalf
half The To special spial comfort comfor to American Americansouls Americn Americnloul8 Americansouls
souls loul8 lies 111 naturally naturly in the fact that a 0 large largepercentage largeprltago largepercentage
percentage prltago of this amount was bought boughtfrom bught bughtfrm boughtfrom
from frm time United Unted States StateI It is II neverthe nevertheless neertheIlgq netertheless ¬
less Ilgq somewhat lorewhot hard upon our neighbor neighborand Iplghbor Iplghborami
and protegd prt g fn a land which will 1 grow growtwo growhl growtwo
two hl crops crop a i year Ylar of corn rrn bans htans and Ind peas peasand pe peasand
and which will in support cattle mtle hogs and andpoultry Ind Indpultry andpoultry
poultry pultry by tho million milon the th farmer of the thecountry thecuntry thecountry
country cuntry should feed fld his hil own family famiy and andupply andlupply andsupply
supply tho cities Iles with his surplus More Morethan Morthan Moretitan
than that such a land located as Cuba Is Ismost I ImOlt Ismost
most conveniently cncnlenly to the worlds great greatmarkets Ilat IlatIkeU greatmarkets
IkeU markets should lhould be an exporter exprter of millions millionsof mlon
of dollars dolal worth of the th very ver products productswhich productswhich productswhich
which she boa hi be bn been n BO s largely larplly Importing ImportingUntil Impring ImpringUnti imnportlugUntil
Until Unti Cuba Cb shall shnl become bemt as sho well wellmay wellmay el
may mlY become bme a recognized rcognized source IOUr of supply supplyto
to the worlds nnrkotfl n1rket of som some number numborf numbr numbrof
of > f tho possible pRRlblp products of her soil 11 other otherban otherthan otherthan
than sugar and tobacco tohncc Instead Inltoad of a buyer buyerfrom buyerfrm buyerfrom
from frm those tho markets rket she is II and will 1 remain remainaronomicaUy rmain rmaine remaineconomically
economically e onomlcly depjndent ever In danger clangerfrom dangerfrm dangerfrom
from frm recurring rurrng periods prios of depression deprlqlon In InIhemarketH InthemrletK Inthemarkets
IhemarketH themrletK to which she must look for the thedisposal thedIspsl timedisposal
dIspsl disposal of her Illr present products Her Hersugar Herslgar Hersugar
slgar sugar Is 1 at tho mercy lry of American Amercan and andEuropean andEurpan andEuropean
Eurpan European legislation legIllatlon and her choice choic grades gradesof grdes grdesof
of tobaooo tobao depend for their market to a alarge alarge alarge
large extent upon upn the fulness or the thefmpl empti emptiness emptiness ¬
nc ness of the pockets pckels of those thol who can rn smoke smokeit smokeIt
It it Sentiment Sntment places pla a high value ah upon uponpolitical upn upnpltcl uponpolitical
pltcl political Independence Independenc and the desirability desirabilityof deiirhity deiirhityof
of such a condition cndion may not be b denied deniedBut denie deniedBut
But political pltIcallndpplndenc Independence is of little Itto value valueto yallo yalloto
to an impoverished Impershed people pople and the com combination cm cmbination cornhlnntion ¬
bination of national Independence Indepndenc and andnational andnatonal andnational
natonal national poverty pyerty is Ilttlo Itto short of certain certainlo crln crlnto
to result rsllt irr Ir political plticl disturbance dlsturhnce if not In Innational Innalonal innational
nalonal national disintegration dlllntegraton In that there therelies ther therelies
lel lies the menace menao to the future futur of the Cuban CubanRepublie Cbn CbnRepublc CubanRepublic
Republic RepublieAside Republc RepublicAside
Aside from fln toni the tlm partial ptUal reifctablishment reifctablishmentof liitabIRhment liitabIRhmentof
of Cubas Cubs special speial industries Indlstrcs sugar lugar and to tobacco tobacc tobacco ¬
bacc bacco thousands thouHnds of the Cuban Cbn people pople to torlay today today
day face fac the same Im same problem prblem and only less lessof lel8 lel8or lessof
of the same Mme poverty perY with which hicim they were wereconfronted wcreconrrnted wereconfronted
conrrnted confronted four years cal ago Time true and andpermanent andpmunent andpermanent
pmunent permanent jwlution luton of that problem prblem ami amiIho a mmdtime 11 11tho
time permanent prlaent relief rleC from a condition cnditon which whichmust whichtaunt hlch hlchmUlt
must mUlt leave them at all al times tmea upon upn lime thoverge Iheyergo limeverge
verge of national natonal disaster dilaster lie le unquestion unquestionably Inqleton Inqletonabl untitmestlonably ¬
abl ably in n the direction dirton of economic ecnomlo lade independence Ind Indpndonc ladependence ¬
pndonc pendence That can l lest best > est bo b established establishedand tRtabUhed tRtabUhedand
and perhaps prhap only effected elected through a dl diversity dlTelity dlversity ¬
Telity versity of productions productionsIn prouctonl
In their present situation situaton that Is II little littleshort Itlo Itlohor littleshort
short hor of impossible ImpoAlblo for the Cubans Cubn with without wih wihout without ¬
out out some outside assistance asistnc Their finan financial fnan fnancil financlal ¬
cial cil resources resourcs are ar too meagre megr Many any of ofCubas ofClbs ofCtmbas
Cubas Clbs largest larget estates Ctates are ar swamped 8ampel with withiebtfl wih wihdebt witimdebts
debts debt and mortgages m rtgagls representing rpresenting loans loansobtained loansobtalne loansobtained
obtalne obtained between beton 18S5 18 and 1895 181 for tho thoinstallation thoInKtallton theinstallation
InKtallton installation of uptodato machinery machiner that thatwould thatwould thatwould
would enable their owners onol to meet mtet tho thocompetition thocomptton thecompetition
comptton competition of Europes Europel bountyfed bount fo beet beetsugar lt ltslgar beetsugar
slgar sugar Many are ar unable uable to effect elect loans loansupon loansupon loansupon
upon any Iny terms for the proper propr rehabilita rehabilitation rhabita rhabitaton rehabilitation ¬
ton tion of their destroyed dltryo grinding grnding mills ml8 and andIhelr andtheir andtheir
their devastated dov8tate fields felds Even for those thosewho thofe thofeho thosewho
who ho can cn borrow borw the rates rtes of Interest Interst are areexorbitant areexorbitnt areexorbitant
exorbitnt exorbitntho exorbitantThe exorbitant exorbitantTho
The ho census COnltl of 1889 18 gives glvls the value of of2uban orCuban ofCuban
Cuban rural ntrl real ral estate etate as 1184724819 1184724819Upon 118471111 184724816Upon
Upon this the mortgages morgag and recorded recordedilaims rorde recordedclaims
claims are ar given glvel as 1132570701 113571701 or a little littlenore Itlo Itlomor littlemore
more mor than 70 per cent cnt of the valuation valuationb alualon alualonIt
It It b U I probable prbble that a statement drawn drawnit drn
ot it tho present prsnt time tme would show no im improvement Improvement improvernent ¬ I
provement whatever whatver and that such fuch a state statenent statement statemont
mont might even make a worse 101 showing showingIn showlp
In addition Iddlton to this there is an unknown unknownmount unknownamount unknowmamount
amount of floating obligations oblgatoDs and perfonal perfonaldebt personaldebts personal personallebta
debts debt To meet met this th outstanding out tndlng Indebt Indebtdnoss IndebtenO indebtedness
dnoss enO and to t pay py the theltert theinterest Interest charges cbar on ont onI ontt
I tt t there it today tay little It e else el than thn a tobacco tobaccondustry tobco tobaccoindustrywbich
1 industrywbich ndustry Utrhcll which isonly ispalymoderatslyremuners on moderattlyreminera moertl rmuer rmuerJ
J t
tiro lye tlveto to thoM tho engaged egge engageclin In i It f and A sugar IUla 1 1dustry In Industr Inclustry
dustry dustr which blch b l taken tken as a whole clear clearunprofitable clerly clerlyunprftble clearly clearlyunprofitable
unprofitable unprofitableDuring unprftble unprftbleDurng unprofitableDuring
During Durng the period porlo of Intervention IntrenUon th thsupremo the thosuprme thesupreme
supreme suprme Importance impornC of providing proviing acme aornremedy lmo lmormey acmeremedy
remedy rmey for Cubas Cubs Industrlalevllg Industrllevle appear appearto appearsto
to t have hve been ben realized relz by all al except escpt those thowIn thosein
In whol whose hands lay ly the power pwer to relieve rellevthem rleve rlevethem relievethem
them and the Cubans CUbnA to whom the dollar dollarbelonged dol1rs dol1rsblonged dollarsbelonged
belonged blonged wore or obliged oblg to stand lnd helplessly helplesslby helple helplesslyby ly lyby
by while whie largo lrge amounts which might ml < ht have haviboon hve hvebon havebeen
boon bon used ISt for fo theIr substantial sub8tntll benefit beneftwere bneft bneftwer benefitwere
were wer wasted W8te In extravagant extrvagnt processes prOBI o oadministration of ofaministrton ofadministration
administration aministrton When control cntrl over Cuba Cubafinances Cub Cubasfinances
finances fnos came cme Into Cuban Cubn hands hns handethe the earlier earlierconsideration erl earliestconsideration t tcn
consideration cn lderton wan wal given to Industrial Iduetrll e etb etbllhment estab establishment tab tabllahment
llahment llhment In the beginning beginig their hands handwere handswer handswere
were wer tied te Their Teir revenues renue were an un unknown unknown unknown
known and an an uncertain uncrin quantity qUntty Their Thelnecessary Theirner Theirnecessary
necessary unknown unknownIn ner expenses expenS were almost equal equalunknown equly equlyunknown equally equallyunknown
In his first frt message melageto measagoto to tho Cuban Cubn Congwei CongweiPresident Cng CongreesPresident
President Prldet Estrada Etrda Estr da Palma Palm emphasized empha lzd th thImportance the theImpranc theimportance
Importance Impranc of immediate Immel te attention atenton to the thiagricultural thoagrclurl theagricultural
agricultural agrclurl needs ne of the island l ld He oho ohoas ohee chose choseas
as 8 his Secretary Srtar of Agriculture Agrclur Sefior Snor Emllli EmllliTerry Emio EmioTerr EmilloTerry
Terry Terr a prominent prmen planter The Te Cuban CubaiCongress Cbn CbnCongrs CubanCongress
Congress Congrs became bme at once onc an arena arna arenaf > f ant antmated animatN aidmated
mated matN debate d bato concerning cncrning ways waYI and means meamto mens mensto meansto
to set the industries IndUtrf of the island upon upn i ihotter a aboter abotter
hotter boter footing fotng Bills Bis of many kinds kind wen wenIntroduced wereIntroduced
Introduced introduce and schemes scheme of all al au sorts aors ivetipresented were werepresented
presented prente Much of otallthin all al thin was WB thorough thoroughImpracticable thorughl thorughlimpricble thoroughlyImpracticable
Impracticable impricble and some of It was wa decided decidedvisionary deidedly deidedlyvl decidedly decidedlyvisionary
visionary vl lonar The Te eenenUat c8enUal feature featur of It was wnitho wasthe wastime
the earnestness eanPtne8 and ad the seriousness serlolsnc8 will willwhich wih wihwhich withwhIch
which the new Government Ooverment turned ture to that thaiwhich thatwhich thatwhich
which It recognized rgiz as D a vital lal issue 181ue to tolong too toolong <
long neglected neglee by those who had ruled ruledover ntl ruledover
over them both bth Spaniard Spiard and American AmericanCubas AmerIcn AmerIcnCuba AmericanCubas
Cubas Congress Congr8 realized rl7d that nothing could coulcbe couldb couldbe
be b done without money They Tey had none noneThe nonoThe noneThe
The cash cBh balance blanc of loo 540000 left by the theoutgoing theoutgoing theoutgoing
outgoing Administration Admiistraton was WD only about aboutonehalf abut abutonehalf aboutonehalt
onehalf the th amount amout required rquird to cover coveicontracts covercnlrts covercontracts
contracts cnlrts and obligations oblgtons Incurred Incrred by the thiMilitary theJlitar theMllitaIy
Military Jlitar Government Ooerment The Te now nw Govfcrn Govfcrnment Oor Govirnment
ment really raly started tared In debt notwithstanding notwithstandingtho not notwithatandingthestatement wlth > tdlng tdlngtho
tho thestatement statement made mae by Gen Wood Wo to Presl Presldent Prl Prldent President
dent Estrada Etr Palma Palm on May 201002 201002By 2 20 10 1902 1902By
By conducting cnducing its 8 Government Gvorment upon upn i ibasis a abl abasis
basis bl of the utmost utmolt economy enomy the no noGovernment new newOoerment newGovernment
Government Ooerment hoped hopd that tht Its It revenues rvenues would woulcbo wouldb wouldbe
bo b sufficient fufccnt to meet tho necessary nesar ox oxpenscti expne ox0715C84
penscti pne 0715C84 of administration and to continue continuethe cntnue cntnuetho continuetime
the pace pce set by the interveningGovornmenl interveningGovornmenlin Intenenlg Intervening Government Governmentin
in the mattersof mter matters of sanitation anlatlon and an education educationIt eucaton eucatonI
It I realized Ialrd that any departure deprur from the thistandard thestandanj thestandarcj
standard standanj so set se would boa ba signal algal for attach attachon atack atackon attackon
on tho part par of that tlat group grup which can cn 6e 6enothing see seenothing <
nothing worthy worth In Cuban Cuba nature natur It real realized ra realized ¬
ized Iz that Cuba would be b promptly prompty charged chargedwith chargedwith
with reversion rverlon to dirt dir and Ignorance Igornc The Theproblem Te Teprblem Theproblem
problem prblem of finance fnanc was 8 discussed dl8cusse for weeks weeksUrgent weks weksUrgent weeksUrgent
Urgent proposals prop als on tho part pr of some Iome for forIho lortho forthe
the establishment elablshment of a national natonal loiter loUef lottery as asa asa
a I source Ilurr of revenue ryenue were wer stubbornly stubbrly re rejected rejotel rejected ¬
jected jotel by b tho majority majorty Secretary Sretar Terry Terrybutied Terrybutled
butied bu ied himself hlm elf diligently digenty and persistently persistentlyin pllIterty pllItertyIn
in devising deviling schemes scheml for spending Ipendlg tho money moneywhich moneywhih moneywhich
which did not exist Ho proposed propfe a revision revisionof rlslon rlslonof
of the tariff torlt rates rteR on cattle cate imported Impore for forranch forrnch forranch
ranch rnch and andbreedlngpurposen breeding brelng purposes pUrt He proposed proposedthe
the distribution dlslrlbutO of a sum of money to sugar sugarplontera lugar lugarplat sugarplasters
plasters plat m based bae upon upn the quantity quantiy produced producedon
on each plantation plantaton The sum of 75000 75000wan 7 75000was
wan voted ote for the establishment establshment of an anagricultural anarlclturl anagricultural
agricultural arlclturl school Ihool and experiment exprment station stationThis Itaton ItatonTis stationThis
This Tis was a vastly tly wiser use e of the money moneyunder mon monuder moneyunder
under uder the circumstances crumltaC than was aR the theconstruction thecnstrcion theconstruction
construction cnstrcion of that 1750 75000 75 school Behol building buildingin buiding buidingIn
in Santiago Sntago to the glory glor and honor of the theMilitary theMitar theMilitary
Military Mitar Governor GovernorSeflor Goveror GoverorBtor GovernorSe
Seflor Btor Se or Terry Terr became tired Ired of beating beatingIho betng betngtho beatingthto
Iho air and resigned relignpd his portfolio prttolo That Thatoccurred Tt Ttoccred Thatoccurred
occurred occred six lix months ago and thn post postremains plt pltrcmaln postremains
remains unfilled unfled because blauo hero is II still stillno s stillno l
no money which cnn bo used usd by such Iuoh a adepartment adeportm adepartmqnt
department deportm nt Meanwhile Mcanwhie the Cuban Cbn Con GJngrcss Congres Cdiigross
gross gres discussed dlsulsd tho question queston of a national nationalloan natlorl na lonal lonalloan
loan On Aug 12 t 1902 19 tho Cuban Senate Senatepassed Smite Senatepassed
passed pld a bill bi authorizing the Executive Executiveto
to negotiate a loan of 14000000 100 at a mini minimum minimum minimum ¬
mum rate rte of 00 0 per pr cent of the value aile there thereof ther therof thereof ¬
of payable payalle in a period prlod not exceeding excding thirty thirtyypirs thirtyr thirtyyears
years r and at a maximum rate of interest interestof
of 5 per cent Tho purpose purps of this fund fundwas fundaA fundwas
was aA the relief rllf nnd assistance aAistnnco of Cuban Cubanplanters Cbn Cbnplanlers Cubanplanters
planters Beyond that definite dennle purpose purposetho purps purposethe
tho Idea was os somewhat smewhat vague vagueThe vagueTime age ageThe
The mergence mcrgenc of this thll special 8pclalloan loan props proposition prp propssition ¬
sition siton into the large plan of a national natonal loan loanof loanof loanof
of 100 35000000 followed folowed during the winter wintercession winterflon wintersession
cession flon The bill hi providing for the larger largerloan hugerloan largerloan
loan passed both bth houses hOUBS and was signed signedby siged sigedby signedby
by President Prllldent Estrada Elrada Palma on Feb 26
1003 10 But it is II ono thing to passeuoh a abill abi abill
bill bi and quite qule another to put It into effect effectby eet eetby effectby
by raising tho cash c8lh This Tla has not yet yetbeen yetlen yetbeen
been len done and the prospect prpot for any plac placing placIng pIneing ¬
ing of the loan at an early day is not at atpresent atprsnt atpresent
present prsnt particularly partcularly encouraging Some Somewho Sme Smewho Somewho
who might have taken it were not antis satisfied sats satsfed antisfled ¬
fled fed with 1th the basis b0is provided prylded for its Is liqui liquidation lqui lquidaton hiquldation ¬
dation daton and Ind the th payment plm nt of the Interest InterestOthers Intert IntertOlher interestOthers
Others Olher might have taken a smaller loni lonibut lOA lOAbut loaq loaqbut
but felt that 35000000 300 was a8 too much of ofa ofa ofa
a dobt for the island Iland to carry crr under the thecircumstances theclrcumstancel thecircumstances
clrcumstancel circumstances Moreover tho conditions conditionsof ondltonl ondltonlof
of the money mony market market aro not immediately immediatelyfavorable Immeitely Immeitelyfaorable immediatelyfavorable
favorable for placing loans loan of that amount amountIt
It is now quite probable that Cuba uba must mustwatt mU8twal mustwalt
watt wattThe wal
The proposed prposd loan was to bo b divided dividedinto divded divdedinto dividedinto
into approximate apprdmato sums Buml for specific spcfc pur purposes purpsl purposes ¬
psl poses About Alut 3000000 00 was wal called caled for to tomeet tomet tomeet
met meet bonds bnds Issued lasue and debts contracted contractedduring cntrated cntratedduring contractedduring
during the war ar From Frm 20000000 200 to 12 25 25DOOOOO
DOOOOO 00 WOK WW to bo b used uld to t pay py the soldiers soldiersof 80ldl l
of tho insurgent Inurgentnrmy army The sum lum of 14000 14000BOO 10 4000
BOO 0 was 8 to be b used uld for the benefit bneft of the theInlands thelands timeislands
Inlands industries and a similar simiar sum was wasil wa wasallowed
alowed allowed il lowed for a discount d unt on the bonds bnds com commissions comml8lon cornmissions ¬
missions Ac While tho wisdom of
ml8lon c lo wlom issuing issuingso 18ulngf
so f large a loan has been bn doubted by some someind sme smeand someand
and the wisdom wldo of some of Its Is proposed proposedlines propB
lines US has hRI been bn called aied in question queton by byjthcro byothet byothers
others othet tho fact remains remai that tho island islandinder lland llandunder islandunder
under any an conditions conditons of reasonable re8nable pros prosperity pr prosperky ¬
perky prlty U I amply able to carry Mry It and It Itit i itit
hi it it equally equly true that that it would mean mean the thefinancial tbefnancal timefinancial
fnancal financial and industrial idUtrlal salvation Balyaton of the theisland theland theisland
islandUndoubtedly island islandUndoubtedly landUndoubtedly
Undoubtedly tho broad proposition propositionitonds propo propositionstantia iton itonItads
itonds Itads that thlt it Is better bottr for individuals and andTor ad adfor andfor
for nations nton to keep kep out out of debt if I they can canaut c canbut
but Cuba Cb and ad her people pple need ne money with withwhich withwhic withwhIch
whic which to make money monl It is not a propoel propoelJon prpi prpilon proposition
Jon lon for au organization ornl7ton to start in business businessn bulnol
on > n borrowed brrowtd capital crita Cuba Cb is I an estab estabIshed ftab ftabIlhed establinhed
Ished business house hou which has
Ilhed bulnel recently recentlyhanged renty rentychangd recentlychanged
hanged changd Its Is ownership oweNhlp She has ha resources resourcesind rltll resoUrcesand
and valuable property which hich stands
ad valuble prprty Itands as asHscurity a assecurity
security curty She needs capital cpitl for the proper properconduct properconduct
conduct of her business bU8lnls She Is now prpr prprconduct quite quiteike quitelke quitelike
like lke a large larg business bUtnes concern cncrn whoso who dally dallyecdlpts daly dalyrclpt dailyreceipts
receipts from soles barely more than
rclpt brly mor tha cover coverhe Cr Crthe coverthe
the he running rnning espDl expenses and leave nothing nothingfor
for Improvement Imprvement In machinery mahler and ad fixtures fixturesind fxtura fxturaand fixturesand
and upkeep of stock In business
upItop 8tok bulnO such a ax Acncr aconcern
cncr concern x > noern would soon son go out of business businessBankrupt bUBiel businessbankrupt
bkrpt Bankrupt The Te payment pyent to the army ary may mayquestionable
be questionable questonable but bu it 11 iLls In also al universally universallyaahlonable nhrly
fashionable fRhlonable The ragged raggd Continentals CnUnental of ofmr ofour ofour
our own early days made some Ime noise noi In Inlamor Inclamor inclamor
clamor for remuneration rmuertion as did the gallaut gallauticroes galant galanther galhautheroes
her heroes icroes of our olr civil war nnd we w still t I hear hearsomething hefr hefrsmtlhlng hearsomethIng
smtlhlng something about abut pensions pnlon Let Lt us UI not nothen notthen notthen
then bear mar too to hardly harly upon tho Cuban Cbn war wariors warrioI warriora
iors rioI to many may thousands Ihol8nd of whom a few fewliundred ft fewImundred
liundred llndrd dollars dolat of pay py would mean the thoiiirchAse thepurchn thepurchase
iiirchAse purchn of a Ilttlo ltte plot of land lad the te erection erectionf ercton erctonor
or > f a little ltle home and by the number numbr of ofluch ofUel ofwchm
luch Uel a very pry considerable rnldlrable assistance M tano In the thelolution thesoluton thesolution
solution soluton of Cuban Cubiong long neglected np < leeted and really reallyicrlous raly ralyrloul reallyserious
serious rloul economic Ecnomlo problem problemNew prblem prblem1rw problemNw
New 1rw YORK May 5 5Th 5Th 5Ti
Th Th ABtlRaoS AnIiRaoeSsIct4e DURe leU Exhibit ExhibitFrom Pzltbt zIbttFree
From F IA 1 till Kama arO City Cll nrfrjwndml IndpendnfMn nrfrjwndmlUn dpn dpnWn
Un Frank Fak P Walh Walib W Uh and a I baby bby an vttlUat 1llal IB
Lotus having down for th the
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Change elanle In Views on the white unit ble Man ManAbility Ila Maes MaesAbility
Ability Abiiy to o Grow Hire and Cotton CottonTo Coton CotonTo CottonTo
To TUB TUP EDITOR or TUB SUNSir I of ofcourse ofcourl ofcourse
course courl accept acpt Mr Norman Walkers Walkerl cor corrections cr crreion correctionsas ¬
rections reion rectionsas an W I accepted acpte the name corrections correctionsbefore onedlon onedlonblore correctionsbefore
before blore tendered tendere with rather rathtr less II brusque brusqueness brUque brUquene
ness ne But permit prit me to remind Mr Walker Walkerof WalkEr WalkErof
of the fact that at the time tme of secession 8l1on we weIn weIn wein
In England Fnllnd were constantly cnstanty assured 88ure by
the friends Irends of tho South Suth that the cultivation cultivationof cultvation cultvationof
of cotton cton would be Impossible Impsible without withoutnegro wihout wihoutnRr withoutnegro
negro nRr labor lbr Wo were werealso er also al assured allure that the thocultivation thecullv tImecultivation
cultivation cullv ton of rico would bo b Impossible Impossiblewithout ImpSlblo ImpSlblowithout impossiblewithout
without negro labor because beaus tho malaria malariaf
of f the rice grounds rounds wan al fatal rltal to tho mr whites
Indeed Inde Olmsted Olmste an Independent Indepndent whtcs in inquirer InquIeI Inquirer ¬
quirer quIeI tolls tols us that 01 it It is dangerous for any ay
but negro negrM to rci remain during the night
In the vicinity 1olnly of thi thiand the swamps or ric rice fel fields fieldsand l
and that even ven those thos swamp few who have bemi been
born br In the region and have grown up bn sub ¬
ject jo to the malaria are ar said Ild to be weakly weaklyand
and Bhortllved Ihorlve GOLDWIX SMITH
TORONTO TOJON May 4 4The 4e 4The
The e Right to Refuse to Marry MarryTo Iao IaoTo IarryTo
To mar THY EDITOII JDTon OF Tin Tlr BusSin The point pointyou poIntyou
you 01 make today ta an I to the right rllht of the cl cerlY cerlYMUnl clerey clereyacting r y ynctlnsr
acting MUnl as magistrate mallftrte to refuse rprU to marry pee people pe peplo peepit ¬
plo to whose whol marrlnun mnrrlale timers Is I nd n lanai Impedi Impediment impedimeat ¬
lelnllmpl lelnllmplmEntIR
meat mEntIR Is well wel taken tken and the question qUItot you 01 raise raiseshould rail raiseshimimid
should receive general lenor l attention attentionTho R attentionThe tpnton tpntonThe
The authority althorlt to solemnize legal lelRI niarrln niarrlnnow n1Rrrlole n1Rrrloleno ruarrisees ruarriseesnon
now no conferred cnfcrrd on the clergy cprl e etbl etahhlshss tsblxhe hel a aconnection acnncton aconnection
connection cnncton between Church and State which
Is foreign to the principle of our olr political politicalsystem politcal politcal1tm politicalsysteni
system 1tm and the logical IOllcRI cnncliiflon COnChlFlol from It ItimpowsB ItImJos ItImposes
Imposes ImJos a hardship harship on the Church If I the thnclergy th thclerl theclergy
clergy clerl are obliged oblAe to marry IRrry people pople In violation violationof 101ton 101tonof
of the canons canalS of their church and of their thrlr own ownconsciences 011 ownconsciences
consciences ontlenol they te are ar put under undEr an unjust InJuFt and andintolerable Ind IndIntolerable andinolorable
intolerable Intolerable constraint cnstraint tho freedom of con conscience consc conscience ¬
science sc nce Is I invaded invadedami Invadedhf Invadedftm
ftm hf proper and the only wa way to Ivold avoid thl
harRh hardship rropr p > ami anti this this contradiction contradIcton of our nrlncl nrlnclthe prlnc prinetpie
pIe of the separation of Church and 8t State anti aadIhe antitime
the Inviolability Inola bllt of religious rclllouK Or conscience cnsclenc is to toepner t toconfer
epner confer on the regular rellnr officers omcel of the Htato Stto only
the he authority to solemnize slemniz legal raal nmrrlajiiL
By that means complete record r of mlrr mnrrlaja mnrrlajaamong
among the thm most Important orl of all marraP civil con ¬
amonI dvl
dtrlact tracts could culd be kept uniformly InHorml al and without 01 01dtrlact
wtout wtoutmclt
djfljcrulty mclt After Arer havlne been legally lelly mar married mlrrlEd marrIo ¬
ried rlEd rIo by b such ob an officer all al those who recognbe recognbeA recll recllII
A II religious NIIIOUR obligation oblltton In matrimony mntrlmoty or regard ranl ranlt
it t as al a religious sacrament Incrament would ould he fre frN free to toBO t togo
BO lO ton to a priest or a a minister rlnlsUr to get the sanction sanctionand ssnctionad
and the blowing bloHlnl of the Church Curch fet on the Ancton Anctonnnd union unionrnls unionChriS
ChriS This so R far from roam Invading any an right rllht in the therather thl
Church Tch or any freeom freedom of cnlclenc conscience would wouldtenti ould ouldtend
tend rather rther to 1 make nke more emphatic emphato the re ¬
ligious Illous belief which hlch requires relulrel the sanction Rncton of ofthe ofUe ofthe
the Ue Church on matrimony matrmOn The sentiment sentment of ofsociety oflodlty ofsociety
society lodlty generally Ilneraly dominated domlnatf at t least nom nominally nomInal nominaily ¬
inally Inal by b the rllgioUK r l oup element ellment would ould demand demandthat demandthat demandthat
that the religious rellrlou8 marriage marrale should supple supplement supplement supplemeat ¬
ment the purely civil rlvl contract contractThe cntract cntractThe contractThe
The tle divorce question queltol i II is very much talked talkedabout tlike talkedabout
about but even en more Important Imporlnt is II the mar mrral marrIae ¬
NEW iaw iW YOIIK YOIK May a aDliinst 8rllnn smagnet
magnet rllnn at t the Police Polee BIIIi BIIIiTo BII BIITo hiltTo
To THE EDITOR FPTOR OP 01 TnE Stiv S Simer r You h hUI hays haysdone T Tdone
done a public publo publloservice service lrylc in printing Jlrntnl those bill billIncurred bi billIncurred
Incurred Incurr by h the detectives detectes of vice vief From the theI th threcr therecord
I record recr I should Ihould Judge Judlo that the detectives were werean wereas Erf
an ni criminal as Of the persons pllon they the were after afterWas aftorWa afterWas
Was Wa there any an necessity for them to buy bu their theirpartners theirpartnpt theirpartners
partners partnpt breakfasts brakfl ts to IA prove provE the women to b bwhat bA bAhHt bewhat
what hHt the law terms disorderly Were not the theprevious thepreviQils
previous proceedings sufficient sufficientIf
If the public has got to pay 40 and wn se for foran foran
an orgy for two detectives I say let the thndetectives thedetectives
detectives cease detecting virtue comes comestoo comesteo
too high The feelings of otnil all normal person personwill personwill
will bo chocked at such work The system of ofdetection ofdetection
detection Is as vicious as the system detected detectedIt
It is abominable Men who will engage In Insuch Inemmclt
such work are no credit to the police force of ofthis ofthis
this city Their paramours are their equals equalsIf euaIsIf
If the public publiotreasury treasury pays psyssuch such bills blilathe the whole wholncommunity wholecommunity
community shares In the shame of these wo women women ¬
men and men Such morals would disgrace disgracethe disgracetire
the worshippers of the unmentionable nod nodNEW godNay
T Help Morettl MorettlTo f fTo
To TH run EDITOR or THE SON SONSir sir Tour editorial editorialon
on our dear old friend Morttll Moretllwas was very beautIful btautlfiiland beautIfuland
and no doubt there are still many who believe that thatIfcc thatthe
the great Wizard of Spaghetti and Kidney Saul Saulhas Sauibaa <
has made more people hippy than any other man In InIhe Inthe
the United States Is It ltnot not possible that Faa SEN SENrould Sencould
could erect a living monument for Itself by doing doingsomething dolegaomethlnr
something through Its Influence to prevent tbatthe tbatthelast thatilmalast
last days as ol this trend old man should be unhappy unhappyNEW uahappyaw
NEW aw YORK Yonamfay Mar 6 E F K W WTo WTO
To TRW EDITOR op THE SON SosSir sir Our old frIend frlrndMonttl frIendMoretti
Monttl retIred The Old Guard surrenders to tothe tothe
the Eiclse law Impossible We could jog along alongwithout alongwithout
without Sherrys Hectors and such like but with without without ¬
out Morettl MorettlSeverl Nevtrl Where now will we f et t that thatIncomparable thatIncomparable
Incomparable sparhettl the liver and kidneys ktdnersnd ktdnersndall and andall
all the other delicious bits It was bis pleasure to tollckleourpalatrs tottckleourpalates
llckleourpalatrs with the acraroj acme of witchery and andours andoursto ours oursto
to M thoroughly enjoyt enoy Is the Lagrlma Christ Christfooled Cheistlcooled
fooled to a turn and the Chianti all now to be beregulated heregulatedtomemorFs
regulated regulatedtomemorFs to memorys casket Fudge Change CtangattliAmuassuso It ItlUiuiiiBDRQ
lUiuiiiBDRQ Pa May MayS S EriccBUV EriccBUVTo
To THI EDITOR or Tax SON SoySir sir Many Old OldTimers OldIlmersltke
Timers Ilmersltke like mys myself U will want to thank you for giv giving nvlag ¬
lag the space you did to such a graceful tribute lo loIhe tomba
mba passing ot Morettl The spaghet wa wu the thebest thebest
best ever eVer or was It the rest of youth and novelty noreltyAnd noveltyAnd
And poor old Duke ot Calabretil of Hotmken Hotmkenyou itobolienyou
you surely do him an Injustice I found him one onerainy oneratni
rainy day when on an assignment quite by accident acddentI
I took William Henry Hnrlbut and his graceful gracefulpen gracefulpen
pen made the Dukes famous for Sum Barlow the theJeromes theIeromec
Jeromes tl It genus onus followed astronomically gastmnomicaUywhere astronomicallywhere
where Hurlbut led ledThe idThe
The lobster palace has effaced them all a1IOld a1IOldToms Old OldToms
Toms Farrisha Dorlons In the Fulton Market Marketthe Marketthe
the Delmonlcoi at Fourteenth street and Fifth Fifthavenue FifthavenueinS
avenue avenueinS and liven tvea us garish vulgarity and machine machinemade mschlaemade
made gastronomy Sic transit gloria gloriaGUESH gloriaotrass
Name for the American New ew Tories TorlciTo ToriesTO
To TUB EDITOR or TH Tnz SON SUN0r r If the new newbaseball newbaseball
baseball team U to have a name that Is In lakeeping lakeepingwith keeping keepingwith
with the Giants does It not seem reasonable that thatIt thatif
It they are New York Americans they might be becalled becalled
called the Yankecsor Yankees or Yanks YanksPITIMON VanksiPATIRSON
PITIMON N J 1 Uay iay 4 JERIBT ROOT ROOTMore nooria nooriaMore
More Small Parks ParkiTo ParksTo
To THE EDITOR OP TUB SUN SUxfIr Mr There Is great greatneed greatneed
need for more little parks and playgrounds for Ihe Ihechildren tbaehfldren
children of Greater New York This want will willbecome wiltbecome
become atartllnglr apparent during the coming cominglummer comingsummer
summer when the public schools are closed and andhe andthe
the he long vocation Is at ban banJust hand handJust
Just think of III Two hundred and fifty flft thousand thousandblldren thousanddhtldrcn
blldren will then be thrown on our comparatively comparativelyhadeless comparativelyshadeless
hadeless streets to seek amusement 03 best they theyan theycan
can an And The situation Is Intensified by the fact factbat factthat
bat scores ot twentystory buildings have been beenreeled beenerected
reeled In the vicinity of the Battery end nd along alonrhe alongthe
the he East and North rivers which will and must art arts acta5
a5 s vast screens to shut out the cool refreshing refreshingthe refreshingbreezes
breezes that have tempered the heat ol the city in inthe
the past pastThe
The first step that should be taken Is lo ap appropriate appmopriate ¬
propriate a sumclem amount of money mnone to grade gradeand graceand
and Improve the many neglected reservations reservationsbureaus reservationsthat
that at prestot are laid out on the city maps but butwhich
which apparently have been overlooked ny the thehureaus
bureaus undef whose control they are i iLater or shoumd be beLater
Later on measures mcasuresahouid should promptly be Inaugurated Inauguratedlo
lo select and purchase a sufficient number ot sites sitesIneveryboroughof sitesIn
In Ineveryboroughof every boroughofour our city for forllttle little parks and play playirounds pislgrounds
grounds wherever a public school Is located locatedSIDWEUi locatedswwvb
133 FIUKUW AVENUE New York May s sItosyrelt 1Ronyyelt
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To THE EDITOII OP THE Sux SuNSir Sfr Referring to tohelntcrestlngletlerlnyourlssueof tothe
the helntcrestlngletlerlnyourlssueof Interesting letter In your Issue of today regard regardng regardlog
log ng the pronunciation of the Presidents name I Ihtnk Ithtak
htnk all New w Yorkers to the manner born will agree agreehat agreethat
hat the familiar sound Is that of the presidents Preildenljiwn
awn uv usage ge Kozlvell and thai lloowveil Is Isorelgn isforeign
foreign to theIr ears J 1 W KDXOSUI KDXOSUITo
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with accent on the first syllable The first syllable syllableloose syllaWe8oose
loose Is pronounced exactly like the KngUh KngUhrordro JegUshwordrose
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the he natural English way I know ihl Ibis brrauM my myMrs m mpeople
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result 1 am mil Informed bU H i Is hoped that lh lhTerritory titTerritory
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mervlcea rv1ces of Biickey a ell as of other sons of ofVrliona I IArizona
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