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i The Te treaty tcaty rights wo have exorcise exorcisefor exrcl exrclI exorc1efor
I for many yeans ye as l the tlo guardian of tram trafflacross trafc trafcacr08 trami
i t across acr08 the Isthmus of Panama wore no noconferred not notI noconferred
I conferred cnferred by the Republic of Colombia ColombiaThey Clombia ClombiaTey Co1ombiI
I They Tey wore conferred cnferre by the llopubll llopubllof Itepublo Itepubloof
of New Granada Grnada tho predecessor o oColombia of ofColombia oColombia
I Colombia in sovereignty soverei ntr over the Isth Isthmian 1th 1thJ Istliti
ti J mian territory teriQry They are not less les ese valii valiibecause vald valdI vallii
i I because bcuso meanwhile menwhlo there has hl ha ben bn benjf i ichango a achago
jf change chago of name nameCorrected nameCrrecte namef
f I i Corrected Crrecte up to Nov 11003 1 103 1903 the the treat treatlaw trety tretyJaw treatlaw
law upon which thoso thoi rights rlJht rest rst road roadithus rede redethus roadI
upn
I j thus the corrections crrections being exhibited ii iiItalic in inialo iis
s Italic ialo letters lettl in brackets bracketsThe bracket bracketTo
The To United Unied States of America and nd the Rept Repblo Repblocl Repbtt RepbttCr > ll llcf
cf New Granada Graada Uh the i Hepatite 1pu lc ot 0 Colomlaldcslrtni Colomlaldcslrtnito Caom taldelrnl
I t to 1 make as durable as possible the relations relaton which whlclre whichre
k re to t be cttablltbed catb11ed between bel ween the two parties pa1Ie hay tuvideclared haodeclared hayI
I J I declared solemnly a lmnly and do alrc sgye Brce to o the thei followlni followlnipolnu 1010wlnl 1010wlnlplnls
i polnu plnls ctnts
polnuThe plnlsTo The To United Unlcd States s ttiaranty rlarant posltlvdy posllI am amrfflcaelously and andrMcarlouslr aflt
rfflcaelously to New Oranada fo Colombia Coom ta by b thi thipresent Ihe Iheprent
lrt
6 t present prent etlptilatlon alpulnlon the perfect pelcel ettcct neutrnllty neulrtl of thi thibefore Ibebetore tbI
I 1 I r before mentioned menlon < 1 Isthmus Ilhmls with th the view 1 Iw that thi thifree Ihet lbfree
t free trnnilt Irlnbl frum frm the tht ono on on to the other sea A may ma not no1be notbe
1 4 be Interrupted Inlrrpled or embarrassed embarued In any an future Illure tlmi tlmiwolle lme lmelo timiI
I wolle bIl lo this Ihl his treaty tuty ealsts elsls and In I consequence roscQuenc thiUnited thi theUnled thit
t United Unled States also so guaranty IUliAI In the same manner mannerthe mannertbc manneri
i the rights of sovereignty sorrrllnir and property prprl which hlch Nc NcGranada fel felGraada Nci NciI
I Granada Graada Colombia has ha and possesses pOe s oer tile salri salrilerrltorj ad adtnrlol a1r a1rl
l lerrltorj lerrltorjBut tnrlol tnrlolBut
But since sinc Nov 1 there has been another anotherchange anothorchage anotherI
I change chage in the sovereignty over tho Isth Isthmian Isthmia Istlimien ¬
mien mia territory to which whih this tiii treaty re relates relates rel ¬
l lates The Tle Republic Hopublc of Panuina PalUml 1iauccecded lias liasBucceedecl haf haftucceedc
Bucceedecl tucceedc thc Republic Hcpublc of Colombia as asthe al althe a atho
the Republic Republc of Colombia Colombin succeeded 8uccde the theoriginal theoriginul theoriginal
original party prty to the convention cnvonton of 1840 1840Iho 184 184tho 1840Ilie
Iho Republic Republc of If New CV Granada Ornadu The Thesecond ThoEecond 11 11Eecond
Eecond change is rendered visible villblo by tho thosubjoined thosubjoined thtsubjoined
subjoined amendment Imcndlent of the tm text textThe textThe tortThe
The United Unld Stairs of Annlira IIrlra and the Republic Republicot Republc RepublcCt
J ot Ct New ew Granada Grnadn the Krpulilco 1fmldc of 1tinama J desiring desiringto drslrlns clr8Ir1nto
to make as l durable 03 n poss pO hie the relations rllon wlilrli wlilrlire whlb whlbare wbk1I
I are re to be estiblfsbrd ea Wbr bctvrtcn tbe Urn parties parir have havedeclared haedccard ha e edeclared
declared dccard solemnly solemnl and nld do It o agree aree to the following followingpoints foUowlnf followIngpclnts
f points pointsThe plnls pclntsTho
J The United Unted Slates guaranty uarnnt jioslllvely polln nnd nndefficaciously nndfcncousl ondeelcaclously
efficaciously fcncousl lo New Nv ew Granada Grann n lie lo Panama Pana101 by b the thepresent Iheprsent thevzeent
present prsent stipulation stpulaton the perfect neutrality leulrall of the thebefore Ihei theItfore
i before bloro mentioned 1st mus with the view Iew that the thofree theI
I free transit from frm the one tu tbc other sea 5e ay a not notbe nolbe ootbe
be Interrupted InlrrIed or embarrassed elharrnr < In any cn future time timewhile tme tmebie litnehlle
while bie hlle this treaty teal ejhts anil alli In cpiiscrnicnci cntsequcIIcethe cntsequcIIcethetolled thc thcUnited
United rnled titatcs Iale also SIt guaranty 1 Itr In 11 the llc same manner mannerthe manncrtbe mannerthe
the rights rlht ot sovereignty 50erel overcInt 111 And nd property which hlrh New NewGranada eI eIGrAncdo ew ewGranada
GrAncdo Granada Panama has end al posscwa posrs over llir Mid soldtcrrltorj MidterIIOI Midterrltor
tcrrltorj tcrrltorjThe terIIOI terIIOITho terrltorTho
Tho transfer of sovereignty also effects effectsautomatically oeetf oeetfautomntiely ollectsautomatically
automatically automntiely hnd without wihout further furher legis legislation legiloton legisI ¬
in the thetext thctcxtof
I lation loton Iatio a corresponding change
I 1 r tcxtof ZextoftJiSpoiernct text of the1 t1 Spooner Sponclact act thus thusTlie thusTe thusThe
The Te President Prsldenl ls I t3IICIChY hereby hcrh authorized uthorlzcd to toirqutrc toirqutrcI acquire acquirefrom nequlrefrom
I from the licpubllc Jepuble of rCOloolllo Colombia fffin ttte h Rru njiu1tc ciu4e c u uPanama 01 01Panmal ujJ
J Panama Panmal upon upn such terms at 1 lL Ue l may mil deem reason reasonable reasonable < n nIe ¬
able Ie perpelual control of a slrlp nf I land 101d the terri territory lerr terntcry ¬
tory tr of the Republic nejublc of Colombia hue the territory Ifrror ol oltla 01U o oiJ
iJ I tla U IJI Republic Rpu e of 1ananta nut less than Ihln the 51 six miles milesIn mUeswidth milesI
I In width extending from the Cnrrlbbcan Cnrllhcnn Sea to tothe 10the tothe
the Pacific pacno Ocean 4o 0 Tlio r he President Presidentmay 1nsliltntm Jnstdentmay
may m y acqulru aequlr such additional nddllonll territory territur and alli rights rightstrom rllhl rllhlfm rightfrom
from fm Colombia Clombia t1nnnnsl 1anatna anamal as tu II Ills hI i Judgment Judlml will willfacilitate willI 11
I facilitate facllalo the general leneal purpose purpse hereof hne lit litb le leI
3 I b authorized autorzed to pay pa pa to the th Republic Republicof lepuble lepubleGI
J t of Colombia Clombia Ifl tth8 lh Itcputllc llcp lc of Panama laVltol such sum 5umahal sumaball um umu
u shall ahal bae ha been bec agreed arecdlpon arecdlponSould tipun tipunShould IlponI
I Should Sould the President PrCldelt bo le unable to obtain oltntn for forthe torto forthe
the to United Unied Slates the control on I rl of tho thonecessary IboDceMr thoDCCCSSary
necessary DceMr territory trrtor of the Uepubllc leputle of Colombia Colombiaof Colomhllo
lo of ttu t I nepublli Rtul of Panama and the rlifhts r ht men mentioned mentned menI ¬
I tioned tned In Sections Seclon 1 and 2 ot this Ibi act vlthln lhln a rca reasonable rca8nahle rcat ¬
t 8nahle sonable time tme and on reasonable terms then the thePresident thePsdn thePreatdint
President Psdn Laving lalnl bavin first nt obtained oblalnet for the United UnitedStates Unied Uniedllea UnitedI
I States llea perpetual perelual control by treaty treol of the necessary neccvaryterritory necsMrytertr necessarytenhtory
territory tertr from trm Costa Csln Illea lrn and ud Nicaragua rleara ua upon uponterms upn upnttr uponterm3
terms ttr which he may consider reasonable reasonablehall rcnsonableJa reasonablehsll
Ja hall cause caue a canal to be excavated and constructed constructedtrom eonlructedfm contntctedtrom
trom fm a point pInt on tho shore of the Caribbean Se SeHear Sea Seaea Secar
Hear ea car Greytown Or tw by way tny of f Lake Nicaragua to a apout aIlt aInt
pout Ilt Int near brlto Drlo 13db on ntbe the PaclAo 11cn Ocean OceanThese OcranTee OceanThese
These Tee changes are Inohe1 involved in our ourrecognition onrrcgiton ourrecognition
recognition rcgiton of the sovereignty socrcgn ty of Panama Panamaover Panamaover Panamaover
over the isthmian isthmnn territor territory whore the thecanal thecal theI
I canal cal is to bo b constructed cntrced Events Eventshave Jvent Eventshave
have have amended amende both the Treaty Treat of 1846 1846and 1846and 1840and
and the Spooner act le to the extent typo typographically typogaphlcalr typographically ¬
graphically gaphlcalr indicated inticnod above uboyeThe ILbye ILbyehe aboveTue
The he Pay Paro of the Army ArmyHie Army11e ArmyFite
Hie 11e replies reples which have been bon made to toour toour tor
r our recent comment on tho pay of pri private private ¬
k vate soldiers soldier in the American Amercan Army Ary in indicate indicte indicato ¬
dicate dicte that many man of those who have so sokindly 10 10kndly o okindly
kindly kndly sent us u their their comments cmment upon upn ithave it ithave Ithve
have hve idely mistaken miet Lken the the tenor and pur purjnrt purrr purrrt
jnrt rr of the original orginal article artce The pay of ofprivates ofprivates ofprivates
privates was WI but an incident in our ourargument ourargment ourargument
argument argumentAll argment argmentAl
I All Al things thing considered cnidered the 13 per permonth pr prmonth porL
L month now given to tho private prvto soldier soldiertogether soldierto soldiertogether
together to ether with wih his hif hoard and clothing clothingwhile dothln dothlnwhie clotilingwhile
while whie not large lrpC is not niggardly niJgnrdlllnd niJgnrdlllndserveR and andserves andI
to place him him financially on a
serves fnlncial par parwith lrnrwith ar arwith
with a very ver large army ann of employees emplorcs in incivil incii incivil
civil cii life le Ho can C1 make both ends meetf meet meetquite meetquic
f quite quic easily eOfir and nnt can en an save a few dollars dollarsprovided tolan tolanprovhlCt
I 4 provided provhlCt ho is temperate temJrtc and nd not a agambler agmnhlcr agambler
gambler anti n11 hus hlR no ono 01 dependent upon uponhU uponhi uponii
hU hi ii t earnings CllinW for support Briefly Uricfy the thoprivnlo theprivate theprivate
private soldier at Il the ho present pr ent rate rte of pay paycan paycn paycmi
can cn make n I comfortable living lving which is isjuite Isuie isitljte
juite uie an 11 much mlh ns f is done by b the majority majorityS mrjorty mrjortyt
S t the t II army Irmy or out of it itio Ith
1 h i io purpose IHIjO l of our article artice of Oct Oct 20 20wis 20Wl 20ws
wis Wl 10 emphasize CnphnHize the fnct of inadequate inadequatepny
pity p lo lot the he noncommissioned 10ncommiRioned officers officerswho ofcer ofcerwbo officerswlso
who ore ro selected felectcl from the Jhe lio ranks and andupon andupon aridtipofl
upon whose dflcioney elkieney the morale and andthe ad adtho andthe
the general welfare wefaro and am the proper disc discipline disc discpluto ¬
pluto 110 of tho I iti army depend to a very great greatoxtctt groatextent grat gratextent
extent Thnt for tio work worl which these thesemen thoBo thoBomen tIleoI
men tho sergeants fcl cnnts of various varous grades gradesand gradesnnd gradesw
w and tho corporals crpomls are called cl led upon upn to do doand dond doc
I c and nd tho range rnfc of information Inforation which they theymust the themUMt theymust
must possess po C the pay pa Is in no way com comrnonmirate cni cnitClmratc cornrnetuftirate
rnonmirate tClmratc is n proposition which will willbe wi willbe
be indorsed Ildorsed wo believe blevo by a largo larlo ma majority ml majoritynfour ¬
jority joritynfour of mir army arm officers ofcM ofllcerswho who are really reallythe roaly roalythe reallythe
the best judges of tho matter
bett judge muter They Theysre Theyere Theyare
ere the th men rn me vho h m Unov tha th h valuta of a agood aoo aI
I good oo first fMt Korgeanl KorgeanlIn Iorpcnnt IorpcnntIn orgcantin
In addition addion to the consideration r lderaton of ofjuHtlco ofjUto ofI
I juHtlco jUto involved ilvolved in tho payment latent of a fair fairequivalent fairequilcnt fairI
I equivalent for Feryitw Ieryilel rendered ren erd we wefought weFought weouht
fought Fought ouht to emphasize emphMiz the tO view ilw that thta a muchfore much muchmore muchIUI
liberal to noncommis
more IUI lbrl payment nonrmmls
stoned officers ofcr would serve fne as a stlmul stlmulto etmuh etmuhto
to individual ambition ambiton und effort efort TIanoncoIn Tl Tlnoncom The Thenoncm
anoncoIn noncom noncm is I not 10t selected fllc < ted at random rnudoiby randomby raudoby
by his commanding ctmandhlK officer oft r Ho Hoohoscn le Hechosen 1 1ohoscn
ohoscn because btaule of his presumed lltnen lltnenMany IneM IneMMany tltneMany
Many who are le well wel fitted fted for fo the varloi varloipositions varJoupOlilonR virio1liositionti
positions pOlilonR do not care for them becnui becnuithe berlufe berlufethe becauthe
the small slll increase in pay does not offo offotho uffet uffettho offrtlio
tho great increase in < reMe in work wo tint and resposIbIIlty respoi respoisibllity responslbit
sibllity slbit It I is u fair assumption atsumptol and andbelieve v vbelieve we webleve
believe bleve that facts of experience exprience suppo suppotho lupport lupportthe Hupothe
the assumption ISfHlpton that many good me mewould men menwould m mwould
would join the army if i the future futur of the theconnection t ther therconnecton lie lieconnection
connection connecton with wih it had anything anythilg to out ofltthat oner onerthat outthat
that was wal worth orth striving for It is a sin sinpie simple sinplo
pie business bulne8 fact that more men and be beter bft bftter beter
ter men would seek slk a corporals crprals IK IKat pOt pOtat poat
at S 1 per pr day with board bar and clothe clothethan c0thee c0theethnn clotluthan
than will w1 appear in competition cmptton for tli tlipresent the thepresent tipresent
present 50 cents cnts and maintenance It itequally I I Iequally Is Isequaly
equally equaly plain that men of good capacity capacitjsuch capacitysuch capacitsuch
such as a is required requird for the position piton poeltionfirst c cfirst of
first frt sergeant Mrgant would consider and striv strivfor stri strifor
for n permanent occupation at 2 pc pcday P Pday Ier Ierday
day and maintenance maintnanc while the 125 25 pc pcmonth per permonth p pmonth
month now paid would not attract atmct them tlietfrom themfrom tltelfrom
from their present prese nt employment employmentTho
The Sia l 13 per pr month nnd that which goc gocwith gocs gocswih go gowith
with wih it now given gien to the common sol soldior soldier so sodier
dier is not niggardly i gardly and is perhaps perhapquite perhapsquie perhaiquito
quite quie sufficient sufccnt But if i that or only onlylittle i ilittle a alte
little than that with u vcr great greatincreaM
lte more mol wih I very greo greoincrease gre greincrease
increase in work and responsibility responibity b bthe bthe
the limit lmit of attainment ntninment no attraction attracon i ioffered is isofcred I Ioffered
offered ofcred to many men of real capacity capcty nn anambition nnambition and andambiion
ambition ambiion With a I fairly desirable desirble gon gonas gonl gonlas goras
as an open possibility possibity it is a wholly wholy rea reasonable reasonable re resonable
sonable belief blef belieftlint that many good men would wouliaccept wouldaccpt woulaccept
accept accpt the 13 131n in the hope of securing ecurng thclievrons th thchovrons tle tlechevrons
chevrons and good
pay payIt payI parIt
It I is therefore a fair argUment arglfnent the tlmthe thntthe thethe
the personnel pronnel of the army arm would bo b dis distinctly dlstnct distinctly
tinctly tnct I improved by the introduction introducton o oan of can I Ian
an object which would be attractive attrctve t tworth to tworth < i iworth
worth and ambition ambiton This his was WI the poin pointo pointto
to which we sought to call Clatentlon ClatentlonThe attentionThe attention attentionTho
The Tobacco Trust and the Retailers RetailersLast Rctalcrl RctalcrlL RetailersLast
Last L week the United Unied States 8ttO Court Cout o oAppeals oAppcala of ofAppens
Appeals Appens for the Eighth Eihth Circuit mado f fdecision a adeeion i idecision
deeion decision of considerable interest both botlto bothto bothto
to retail retal tobacconists tobaccnist and to 0 students Itudents ol oltnista of oftMst o otrusts
tMst trusts in general genernl TVitrrwELt WJIWELL nSt n St Pan Patitobacco Pantobacco Paultbacc
tbacc tobacco dealer sued sue the Continenta ContinentaTobacco Contnental ContnentalTobcco ContinentaTobacco
Tobcco Tobacco Company Compay alias ala < the Tobaccc TobacccTrust TobaccoTrust TobaccTrust
Trust He alleged aleged that it asked wke prohib prohibitive prohlbilvc jrohiibtive ¬
ilvc itive prices prces for certain crtain grades grade of its goods goodfnot goodsnot goodinot
not not to bo b had of other othermanufacturers manufacturers manufactureM and andwould ad adwould anc ancwould
would not sell Ael such goods goos to its customer customersxcept customeN customeNexcept customers3xcept
except with the express oxpresi condition conditon that thntthey thatthoy thaithey
they would not deal de I with its It competitors competitorsWiUTWELij compettorl cornpetitoxsW1I1nVELL
WiUTWELij did business bUlnC subject to this thiscondition thisconditon thbondition
conditon condition until unt May 8 1002 102 when he re refused refuse1 rerused ¬
fuse1 fused to comply with wih tho condition any anylonger an anlonglr anlonger
longlr longer He could not buy bu bus the goods goos in inquestion inqueton ftuoetion
queton question uoetion anywhere else elfo dec Ho then thenarought thenbrought tIterDrought
brought an a action to recover treble dam damiges damng clamiges
ng iges under the Sherman Antitrust Anttnlst act actflis act actlie
Hs lie only ground grund of action was WI the com comanyn cm cmpnnY1 comrnailyt3
pnnY1 anyn refusal upon upn his refusal to t sell sellho Rel soilhe
tho ho companys goods only ony to noil fel ll hutoods him himJioods himgood
good oods at a I price prie which would allow alow him himx himto
to x o > make a profit profitTho proft proftTho pro lit litThe
Tho District Distrct Court Cour decided decide for the de defendant defendant defendant ¬
fendant company The Circuit Court COlrt ol olAppeals ofAppnls olAppeals
Appnls Appeals has hl reaffirmed rcanre1 the decision decisionDmt decsion decsionThat decisionThat
That tribunal holds that the ronditior ronditiorrnude Ildition Ilditionmade cotiditiorrntde
made by the Continental Contnental company die dienot dieriqt
nqt not restrict competition cO lpetton between betwen it nnc nncits nnd ancts
its ts rivals r nR the independent indepndent manufactur manufactur3rn manufnctureN
eN 3rn 3r since the latter latfr wero free fro to fix fix f1 their thoiil theirprices thourices
prices l > rices rices and terms Tho court cour furthei furtbeiillirtus furtheijllirms furthcranrms
anrms jllirms that as neither neiher the trust nor it itompetitors Itc ItcMmpettor itompetitors <
Mmpettor ompetitors were dealers dealer in articles artce ol olnrinie of ofprime olrinie
prime necessity necessity as corn or wheat whelt and andsinco andsinco anc ancIiflLO
sinco IiflLO they were not rendering public publc 01 01lunsipublic orquasipublc otiuasipublic
quasipublc lunsipublic service 6ervlc like lke a railroad railroadjoinpnny rairoad railroacuinItnyh
company uinItnyh each of thorn had tho right troftise tr toroflse t touiise
roflse oftise to sell scl iH i lt commodities cmmoWe at anj anjprice an anDrice
price in short the nets complained complnlne ol olsvere olcere f fwert
wert svere tho lawful exercise exercse of their un unluectionixl UI UIqUOitiOI1 unluwtloIIiMi
qUOitiOI1 luectionixl rights ri htf which whih are indispensa indispensable indispenfa indispenfable ¬
ble 1e to the existence exiRtenc of competition cmption 01 othe 01he orthe
the he conduct of trade tradePresumably trndePresmnnblj tradePresumably
Presumably tho COKO O will wi be carried tc tche t the
the he Supreme Court of the United States Stat StatSo Stateso
So 50 o for the methods of oCie oftho tho trust tnlft have hlve beer beeripproved ben benaPPlved beertIprovecl
aPPlved ipproved by the courts courtsrhe courtThe courtsrho
The Settlement Setlement of the Frlnrs Irlnrs I Ian IanQuston Lanti LantiQuestion ant antQuestion
Question QuestionThe Quston QustonThe QuestionThe
The probability probabity of an early settlement eeltlemenif sotlemcnt sotlemcntof
of if f thc matter of the Friars frJnrs Land Lnd problem problenin
in in n the Philippines Phippincs is a source fOuCC of grotifica grotificaion gratifca gratifcation
tion ion The question Iu tlon han bccn among aong the thinost thomost thenost
nost persistent peristont and perplexing JerplexinJ of nl nlhose al allhose
hose concerning CnceMlln our administration adminitrton o oiffalrs of ofafairs oltifairs
afairs iffalrs in the islands GovernorTAIT Goveror GoverrlorTArrhiatandled T AI ha hainndled has hashlndled
hlndled inndled it with wih consummate conflmmlte paticna paticnaind patcnco patcncoand patienccmel
and with no little Itto tact and ad it i ia i i to bi bitoped bo bohoped betopoci
toped that ho may have tho ho pleasure etringlng o owringing of ofbringing
wringing tho negotiations ne otatomj to an a end be beore before beore
fore ore he returns returs to this thlf country to assume assumeiis affumo affumohiI assumeus
hiI us iis new duties dute as a Secretary of War WarIt WarI WnrIt
It I was S natural nnturl that the entire entlo matter mntteihould matcr matcrshould matterliould
should have been widely misunderstood misundcrstoocn misundertood misundertoodIn
In n tho ho United Unied States The removal o oho of oftho oihe
tho ho friars friar has been imperut ivo for politial politi politijal polt
cal and not for religious relgious reasons reasonsiroblem A Aproblcm Aroblem
iroblem of that nature nturo falls fals quite quio outside outsidef outfide outfideof
and therefore thereforeititside theroforeoutside thereforeutslde
of if f American experience ad
outside of general enerl comprehension Gmprehcl ion by the theVmericnn thoAmerlrnn themericnn
Vmericnn people peple For various vnJlou reasons reasonsheir rllons rllonstheir reasonsheir
heir summary tummnry deportation was va an 1m 1mosnibility 1m05ni imOSflhiiiit
> osnibility 05ni OSflhiiiit li lt liven had lwe it been ren possible possiblehe pcsslblethe
the he land question qu t ion would have remained remainedV remane
A V I very largo number left voluntarily Yoluntarl or orrore orwere orere
were withdrawn by the instructions instructona of ofhe ofthe ofhe
the he various yariouf ordorn ordol But the friars friar lands landstfore landsore
wore ore held in legal title ttlo nnd were eie secured securedo secucd secucdto
to o them by the provisions of Article Artcle S Sf 8of Sf
of > f the Paris Treaty Seizure was wa out of ofho oftho ofho
tho ho question quetion and purchase purhl0 became the theinly theonly thonly
only solution soluton of tho difficulty difficultyTho difcul difficultyThe
The total holdings amount to about aboutiOO000
iOO000 acres antl include some of the thoichcst therichest theichest
400 acre am
richest and ad most valuable lands Inndf in the therchipelago thearchlpela therchlpelago
rchipelago o The means by b which title titleras tite titeWI
in have been beenegarded beenregarded beenegarded
WI ras acquired acquire many cases CCS
egarded as of questionable legality legait but buthe butthe buthe
the he title tto has h1 hni been recognized rcco nlzc The Tle ap apraisal apprlEal apraisal
prlEal > raisal of tho lands lade at their proper propr mar maret marIwt marot
Iwt et value was wa not n serious eCliou difficulty difficultynd elmcul
at nd the hum of 6000000 saor was WW set us a ILberal u uberal I
lberl beral but not extravagant valuation valuationifteen valunton valuntonFifecn valuationifteen
Fifecn ifteen dollars dolar an acre is n fair fnr but in ino inno
no o way excessive excssive average aer e price for such suchfinds suchlandf suchinds
landf finds and it is I probable proba le that sold fold Inmall in inmall inEmal
Emal mall parcels parcel to the native natvo people tho tholovernment thoGovermcnt thelovcrnmcnt
Govermcnt lovernment would be reimbursed rcimburcd in tho thoull thoful theall
ful all amount of its It I outlay outlayNegotiations outa outaXegotatonR outlayNegotiations
Negotiations XegotatonR upon this hit basin hnsif were wereairly wcrefnirly weretiny
tiny under way when n dispute diPllte arose aroseJiiong alOfC alOfCIilong fllOHOfloog
Iilong Jiiong tho sellers feier regarding rjling the division divisionf
of f the proceeds Ilroccl of tho sale The Church Churchs lurch lurchM
M s nn institution Inttuton claimed calmcd a portion which whichho whichtho whicIthe
tho ho friars frnJ OH l ai representatives rellresentltvcs of different differentnonastic diffcrentionastic
nonastic orders thought an undue
mOILtic ordeM pcr pcrentnge pcrcentnge perefltltge
entnge Tho Irinrsin friars fru in an effort efort to ob oham obain obtain
ain am tho amount whlrh they the desired dClre an
their thei remuneration remuneraton Increased fncJcncd their asl asling aaking mllag
ing price prie to a I it figure fgure far fil beyond that I Iwhich t twhich to towhich
which Governor Goveror TAIT rAI r was cither pr prpared pre prere prpated <
pared re or willing wiling iIliiig to go This Thil Incident le leto led ledto Icto
to a further furher delay delayTlie dtJa dtJaho delayThe
The ho present Irlsent Indications l Indicat tiltlonl are nr that o oagreement an analreetwnt I Iagreement
agreement alreetwnt has hlu been bec effected l lrd ld between bet wcn tli tliChurch the theChurch tI tIChurch
Church and the friars fllalf and that an Incarly Incarlysett earl earlsettlement earlsettlement
settlement sett lement will wil bo b reached upon asatisifactory a basi basisatisfactory blis blisHntlfacor
satisfactory Hntlfacor to the Civil Civi lvii Governor Goveror It I Itmuch i imuch is ismuch
much to be Ie hoped that this I hIs will wi be a aoompllHhod ac accmplshod at atcOIlipiII4liOi <
oompllHhod cmplshod BOOH The removal rmovul of thi thipersistent thll UtPersistent
persistent Pmltent question queton will wi do away witone wit witono wllh wllhono
ono of tho most mOlt irritating irritatng problems i ithe In Inthe Ithe
the Philippines Phiippine and should Ihould contribut contributmuch contributemich contributmitch
much mich to the firm frm establishment Ctnblfhmcnt of ordc ordcnnd ordorand ordcand
and to closer cmmr relations Ielutons between the pee peeplo po poplo pe peplo
plo and lnd their lovernment Cloverninenthas lovernmentHan ommentlu
Han lu ItiiiMuN HI III Fur Eastern IOutcrn Irograinnt Pragraintalailetl IrograinntKailrd Iro ramme rammeln
Kailrd ln d f fIf II fIf
If I a telegram telegrm from the Russian corE correspondent co corEspondcnt re respndcnt
spondent spndcnt of tho Times published publshed 1 1London ILondon In InLndon
London Lndon on Nov Ko 13 is to be credited it i iof Ie Ieof I Iof
of obvious importance imporance for its It bearing bcarininot bearingnot bearinnot
not only on tho actual but on the pros prospective prospct prorpectivt3
pective pct situation situaton in the he Far East Eat According Ac According According
cording to the telegram it is now ad admittcd admitt adinitted
mittcd mitt in official ofcln circles crces at at St Peters Petersburg Petersburg Pctertburg
burg that the occupation oecupaton of Port Arthu Arthuand Arthuranl Arthuand
and Manchuria Ilnchura was wa a mistake and that thathere thatthero thethere
there anl is ii no likelihood lkelhood that the result resultwill reult resultwill
will vl compensate compc alo for the vast expenditun expenditunimposed expcndltureimposed oxpeneliturimposed
imposed imposedTho imposedTho imposedThe
Tho occupation occuputo of Manchuria Innchura or 0 a aleast at atlelt aleast
least lelt of tho belt of territory territor througlwhich through throughwhich througiwhich
which runs nls the Manchurian branch brach o otho of ofthe othe
the Siberian Railway Ralwa was WI an inevit inovitable inevitable Inevitable
able outcome of Russias RUils lease leae of Port PoriArthur PortArthuL PorArthur
Arthur ArthuL and the Liao Tung Penins Peninsula Peninsula Penin8ida
ula The lease would have been value valueless valuele5s valueless
less unless unles that peninsula could hay havboon hae haebeen haybeen <
been connected conncted by b rail ri with Asiatic Asiatc Rue Russla RUf RUfsia Ruesia
sia But what caused cause the St St Petersburg PetersburgGovernment PetereburgGoverment Pet ersbur ersburGovernment
Government Goverment to desire delre the lAne Iao Tunsor Tuns Tungor
or Regents Rgents Sword Peninsula and ii iifulfillment in infulflment Itfulfillment
fulfillment fulflment of that desire deire to Insist tha thaJapan thatJapan thaJapan
Japan should Ihould retrocede retrocee that district U UCluna 0 t tChina
China Cl na in consideration considertoa of an additiona additionapecuniary additionapecuniary additonal additonalpcuniary
pecuniary pcuniary indemnity Indomnlt Plainly Planly Russia was wasprompted WMprompte wiuprompted
prompted prompte by b tho knowledge that Vladi Vladivostock Vladlvostck VIadivostock
vostock vostck is useless Ufele during the winter winteimonths wintermonths wintemonths
months and that an icefree port por is in indispensable Indispensable indispensable ¬
dispensable to the development of Si Siberia stbera SIberla ¬
beria bera She believed beleved and ad sho seemed seemedto seme seernec seernecto
to have good reason for the belief belef that thaisuch thatsuch thatsuch
such a harbor open oPn all al the year could couldbo culd culdb conIcbe
bo b found in the Limo Lao Tung ung Peninsula Peninsulanot
not indeed inde at Port Por Arthur Arhur which it itoccasionally i ioccasloualj itoccastoiiaily
occasionally occasloualj blocked blocltO by Ire and ad fotother for foiother forothCr
other othCr reasons lelJ is not adapted adopte to com commercial commercial m mmercal ¬
mercial mercal purposes purpfC but at Dalnyon Dldny on n the theeast theClst thiceast
east Clst coast of tho leased territory terrtory It I Is Istrue i ittrue
true that the harbor of Dnlny where at ntimmense atimmene atimmense
immense immene expense Russia HUlsio undertook underook the theconstruction thecntructon theeonstrttction
construction cntructon of a commercial cmmercal entrepot entrepotused enrcp entrcpiused
used to be free from ice but since sinc n nhuge IL ILhUo z zhuge
huge we breakwater was WI built buit to protect protec it itfrom Itfrom Itfrom
from the high seas Ben caused cnuflr caused by south southwestern Mouthwetor southwaitorn ¬
western wetor winds wlrde tho water in the harbor harborhas harborhn harborhidl
has hn been observed oberve to freeze in winterThis winter winterThis nter nterThis
This was a result that ought oulht to have havebeen havobee havebeen
been bee a foreseen foreen for it is notorious notorlOtR that at attemperatures attemprature attemperatureti
temperatures temprature considerably cnliderably below the thefrceing thefrcezing thefreezing
freezing point pint ico does doe not form when whenwater whenwater whenwater
water is in violent agitation agitaton The neg neglect negloc negbet ¬
bet loc of a n familiar fnrHar phenomenon is com computed cm cmput compaled ¬
paled put ed to have cost Russia seventeen seventeenmillion sevcnten sevcntenmiion soventeetimillion
million miion rublw rublf Delay when protected protectedby
bo little il ilat if ifat iiat
by b a I breakwater turns out to ltte
at nil al more accessible uccesible than Vladivostok Vladivostokduring Vludloftock Vludloftockduring Viadivostochiduring
during the winter months It I follows folows that thattho that thatthe
tho St Petersburg Pctetburr Government Gocrment must mustlook mult mustlook
look elsewhere el ewlHro for fol an iccfreo Icefrfo port but butnone butnone butnone
none answering anwerin tho required conditions conditionscan conditons conditonsc conditionecanbefoundonthe
can c canbefoundonthe be found on the Lino Lno Tung Peninsula Peninsulnor
or anywhere on the Manchurian Ianchuriln coast coastIn cowt cowtIn coastin
In Corea Corea on 6n the other hand hlnd there are a anumber anumber anumber
number of ports pnrf which arc kno kn knoavn vn to be behabitually behabitualy behabitually
habitually habitualy free from ice in winter winterA wintercon
A consideration con ldemtlon of these the o facts explains explainstho
the dissatisfaction dlsatsfacton with which the ex expenilltureof expenditurcof oxpendituroof
penilltureof immense sums of money on onDalny onDnlnr onDalny
Dalny and on the Manchurian taachuran Railway Railwayconnecting Railwaycnnectng Railwayconnecting
connecting cnnectng that useless useles harbor with wih the thoSiberian theSiboran theSiberian
Siberian Siboran line lne is now regarded relRrde at St StPetersburg St StPetersburg
Petersburg Peterburg Considered Cnsidere as an outlet outletall outletal outletall
all al tho year round round for Siberian Sibran products productsManchuria productsManchura productsManclitirin
Manchuria Manchura proves not to be b worth fight fighting fght fghtIng fighting ¬
ing for On the other hand Coma Cre would wouldbo wouldbc wouldbe
bo of inestimable value Under the cir circumstances ciretiinstancee ¬
cr crnumstnci
cumstances numstnci we e can C11 understand undertand why whyRussian whyRupginn whyRussian
Russian Rupginn statesmen stte3men would see nothingtemptng nothingtempting nothing nothingtempting
tempting temptng in an offer ofor on Japans part prt to togive togie togive
give gie the tho Czar a free fre hand in Manchuria Manchuriain
in return retul for an acknowledgement acknowledgment that thatCorea thatCorea thatCorea
Corea should lie le exclusively exclusivey within the thoMikados thetikadoB theMlkados
Mikados sphere fphere of influence Infuenc Thankyou Thank Thankyou Thankyou
you for nothing Russia RU8 la might reply replybearing ropl roplbeoring replybearing
bearing in mind her grievous disap disappointment diMppointment disappointment ¬
pointment with wih reference referenc to Dalny DalnyIf Dnny DnnyI
If I the telegram tdegrl from the correspondent correspondentof creipndent creipndentof
of the Times is well wol founded the infer inference inferenco inferlince ¬
ence would be that no lasting llstng peace be between bctween between ¬
tween Russia RUR ia and nd Japan is if possible possibleUnless posibleUnle possibleUnless
Unless Unle Siberia Sibria is il to bo stifled stfed by the lack lackof luckof lackof
of an icefrco icfreo port soon 60n or late tho thoRussians thoHUflans theRussians
Russians HUflans must try try to gain possession po cCsion of ofMasanpo ofIafmpo ofNiasanpo
Masanpo Iafmpo or of some other Coreanharbor Corean Coreanharbor Coreanharbor
harbor or else ele Russia must definitely definitelyrenounce defnitel defnitelrenounc definitelyrenounce
renounce renounc the hope of developing doveoping Eastern EasternSiberia J EasternSiberia tcrn tcrnSiberu
Siberia Siberu and seek fcck henceforward access acce < to tothe tothe tothe
the sea se through throu h Home port on the Persian PersianGulf PereianGulf Persian3uif
Gulf where she would have to encounter encounterthe encountcrthe encounterito
the vigorous opposition oPPoRlton of Great Britain BritainOur Britain BritainOur Britainur
Our ur School System In Foreign orcl n Eyes KycsThe R EyesThe e eThe
The Moseley commission cmmission from frol England Englandwhich Englad Engladwhih Englandlich
whih which lich has been b n investigating InYCtgntng nnd Itd studyng study studying etud etuding ¬
ing ng our educational educatonalmethocs methods fori for a month monthpast monthPMt monthntst
past has now completed cmpleted its iR examinations examinationsinto
into the schools of Now ew York and ad other otherlarge otherlarge otherargo
large argo American cities ctlC and on its is return rctur tonglaml to tolingland toEngland
England will wi prepare and publish publsh an anlaborato nnelaborte aniaborato
elaborte laborato report repor on 01 the subject subjectApparently subjcctApparent subjectApparently
Apparently Apparent the impression imprCson made on onlie onthe onhe
the lie commission cmmission by b our schools nnd school schoolmethods schoolmethods schoolnethods
methods has been 1Ien altogether favorable favorableMr fayorblc fayorblcMr
Mr 1r MosELEr lloSELr 1OSELE himself speaks spcak even cn cnihusiastically cnthullltlculr enhuitiasticahly
thullltlculr ihusiastically of them t find anc of tho zealiiscovcred zeal zealliscovered zlaldlscvcre
dlscvcre liscovered in both oth teachers teachcN and pupils pupilsniio pupl pupilsre
T niio e conclusion reached by 1 him hi 1 is per perinentto pcrtlnent permeat
meat inentto to the discussion dlscuSlon of tho influences influencessxertod infiutenecetixerted
exerto sxertod by our public pu Hc school syrfcm Elcm Inchich in inivhich Invhleh
ivhich so many mny of our correspondents correspondentslave crrCIondcnts crrCIondcntshave
have lave been engaged engagedThu engagedTe
Thu Te Th tearhew learher are oe Imbue I with a f antliuslasm trcmtndom trcmtndomntlmJlnsm Irm ndou ndouentbuslosm
ntlmJlnsm and there li I an unquenchable InQUenrhAble thirst thirstimonj Ihlrstmonilbe thirstmoog
imonj monilbe the pupil upl for no N cdzc t1c Such Surl a cotnblna cotnblnaIon cmbina cmbinaton cotntlnaIon
ton Ion cannot fall fal lo 0 produce rrsu M I tliat Ih 1 nrord nlord an anipllft In Inupl anrplllt
upl ipllft for the people pcple and contribute mlrbul to the cnalcr cnalcrfljctlvcncM rrentrrnrln rcatrr rcatrrftgctivertess
fljctlvcncM nrln In It 11lndustrlol its Industrial life lint Hii If I that were wereill wcroit rcreal
al ill it I should lolld not think It uorth orh aith the expense eapcne and andrtlorl sitSliort ld ldolorl
olorl rtlorl II I ha 1M IIM lu It cfTrct clrt however In ralolni rallnl HIP HIPdeals theItes Ibetieals
Ites deals at the people to a higher Illber sundarj sundarjSir slandad slandadMr standordMr
Mr MOSKLFY Booms fCOI to have discovered discoveredinne ducoim d dnone
none of the evil ovl results reu1 of tho school schooliystom 8choolsYltom schoolystem
sYltom iystom on which tho Rev Rv Mr llr OxEn hits hiwiilatcd 11 hitshinted
diated hinted with wih so fO much passion Ho docs doettot docsVt dl03 dl03not
Vt find fnd in it tho seeds BeN of moral destine
f q <
Ion t which that clergyman ccrgyman and otho othovrlio otor otorwho othowito
who share his hiI opinions argue so olan alarnitigly olanIngly alar
Ingly Ingl are necessarily lo arl implanted Implante In Innystem insystem a aRstem
system of education educaton of which dogtnatl dogtnatlreligion dogmatlorelgion dogmatreligion
religion relgion is I not the foundation foundationThe foundaton foundaton1ho
The 1ho reports reprB of the conitnlsslon cmmission M Mi Mr MrIosrrEY MMoisgfLY
i MospfEir IosrrEY informs us are to be publishe publishenest publshed publshednext pubilehenext
in and this countr countrBlinultaneouHly countrslintiltniicously
next April Apri England Englnd ad country countryslmul
BlinultaneouHly slmul aleoualy They Tho are likely lkely to make makvery makeor zna znacry
very or cry interesting intereting reading more espedinll espedinllus epe aly alylI
us lI one of the members member IB i a dlstlngulshe dlstlngulsheand dlsthlgulshedand
and learned learnedjesult Jesuit of Ireland IrelandTiininaiiy Irelad Ireladfllmmltl1 IrelandFLjtiiIiiitIljiI
Tiininaiiy fllmmltl1 W fl y of it Getting Oeting Vutc VotcTarnnrnnyit ote oteTammanys < i iTammanys
Tammanys viptorieH at the polls pll or orwon are arewon atwon
won before a I nomination nominaton is made or orballot orballot a abulot
ballot bulot cast cat The foundation foundaton on whic whicIts whichis whicIts
Its is success succs rests is laid in the daily daiy live liveof Uvc Uvcof liveof
of the voters voter in their homes home the resort resortin reorts reortsIn resortIn
in which they assemble ulrble for amusementand amusement amusementand amusementand
and in tho incidents of their exinenc exinencthat existenc exlmitenctiiid
that do not appeal appal to tho antiTommon antiTommonleaders antTamay antTamayloudel antiTainmanleaders
leaders loudel us 11 offering olerlng opportunities opprunitO fo foeffective for forofoctve feeffective
effective ofoctve political pltical activity actvity District Dietrc At Attorney Attorney Attorle
torney torle JEROME Is one of a few mon in intcrestcd IntCItted intcrcsted
tcrestcd tCItted in procuring procurng good governmen governmenfor goverment govermentfor
for Now York city ct who realizes ralze exactl exactlwhat exacly exaclywhat exactlwhat
what must bo dono if I an effective efeclvo anti antiTammany at antiTanimany
Tammany Talman organization orgnnizaton Is to bo created createdand createdand createcand
and who dare to speak Ipcak out his belief belef ii iimeeting in inmeetng i imeeting
meeting meetingThe meetng meetingThe
The first frst sensation seneaton aroused in a voter votermind votermind oters otersmind
mind by the average promoter lromoterof of goo googovernment good goodgoverment googovernment <
government goverment is resentment reentmont There Ther i ian Ie Iean Ian
an Indefinable Indelnable air nr of condescension condetn610n I Imost ii iimost In Inmost
most of tho publicspirited publcspirte citizens citizenswho citzen citzenwho citizenswho
who force forc themselves thencl to the front ii iimunicipal in inmunicipal I Imunicipal
municipal campaigns cnmpalrn that irritates irrtate an anoffends ad adofen anoffends <
offends ofen the constituency Cotttucney to which the theappeal thoappal thtoappeal
appeal appal Most 08t of them accept accpt nomina nomlnatlons nominatons nominatlons
tlons tons for office ofc or appointive appintve publii publiiplace publc publcplee pubhiplace
place plee at great personal perona sacrifice sacrlfcc antthroughout ant ancthroughout and andthroughout
throughout their terms of public publo servio servionever servic servicnoer servienever
never fail fnl to impress Impre upon those will willwhom withwhom witwhom
whom they come in contact cntact their belie beliethat bolef bolefthat beliethat
that they the are of a better caste ctte a fineclay fine fineclay fner fnercay
clay a higher order of Intelligence Intclgence that thatthe thatthe I Ithe
cay
the men m n whoso direct direc and ad indirect indirec con contributions contributions I Itribution
tributions tribution to the public publo treasury teury settli settlitho sette settitho
tho city payroll payrollThcro payrol payrolllhero I
Thcro is none of this offensive ofenslvo patron patronizing patronIzng patronIzing
izing Izng in tho Tammany Tammaloaders leaders mulceup mulceupHe mieup mieupHe
He leads his followers folower by b no prenatu prenatugift prentul prentulgift prenatagift
gift by no 10 accident of birth birh educatior educatioror educton eductonor
or environment His power pwer is his hi be because beeRU8e because ¬
cause ho has attained ataned it by his owi owieffort 011efoJ owiefforts
effort efoJ skill ski and industry Any An mar marwith mnnwih marwith
with wih a better btter title tlto can take away awa the lead leadorship leadorlt1 loadarship
orship orlt1 from a Tammany man ma and ad will willIt wi willIt
It I is ii because bcause of this tiil that every ever Tamman Tammanjleader TammanIcader Tammanloader
leader ie i i close cose to his people mindful ol oltheir of oftheir 0 0their
their personal pelonal interests Interets awake to every everjopportunity everyopporunity ever everopportunity
opportunity opporunity falling falng in his way wa to aid ad ant antbenefit and andbcnCft antbenefit
benefit bcnCft them Ho promises them cootgovernment coot gootgovernment good goodgoernment
government just aa Q eloquently eloquenty as Many Manyone anj anjono an anone
one else cnn and Ind then brings to their theirtho themthe thenthe
the services tenies of a friend frend on whom the thecan thej thejen thecan
can en call cal for assistance without being beinjreferred beingreferre beinureferred
referred referre to the organized orgaized charitablt charitabltenterprises charltlblc charltlblcenterprifl charitabhienterprises
enterprises enterprifl of tho community communit for in investigation inv05tgntol invastigatioli ¬
vestigation v05tgntol and report reportAs rcprt roportAs
As a matter mnter of fact only once in a long lonptime longtme longtime
time tme do Tammanys Tammays bad practices prctc < weigh weighheavily weighhevily weigiheavily
heavily hevily enough upon a sufficient sufcent num number number rumber ¬
ber of individuals individual to arouse the com community community cornmunity ¬
munity but every cvcr day dlY Tnmmonye Tnmmonyeworkers Tammays TammaysworkerI Tnrnmanytworkers
workers workerI are doing something to increase increasetheir IncI1 IncI1their incmantheir
their hold upon pon the voters votor The Tle dis district district dietrict ¬
trict leader loder the Alderman the Assem Assemblyman AAem AAemblyma Aesemblyman ¬
blyman blyma the Senator Snator the Commissioner Commissionerthe CommlRioner CommlRionerthe
the Congressman Congrcemnnacl Congressmnnneacit each one is at hand to tosympathize to6mpnthiz tcsympathize
sympathize 6mpnthiz with the unfortunate unforunate con constituents consttuentR contituents ¬
stituents sttuentR rejoice J joio with the happy and and dc dca dou dca
a litt ltle littlo le something for the unlucky unluckyThere unluckyThere unluckyritere
There Tammanys Tammays strength lies le The Theorganization Theorganization he heorganization
organization will wi continue contnue a career carer ol oltriumphs oftriumphs ohLriutflllts
triumphs with only olly temporary temporry periods periodsof priod
of exclusion excuFlon from power pwer as long lonp as R itt iteopponents its itsopponent ittpponents
opponent opponents neglect the perfectly legiti legitimate legit legitimatoand ¬
mate matond matoand nnd frequently praiseworthy prieworhy meth rnethod methods methOM ¬
ods od through which wh h It keeps kep and increases increasesits incrMC
its hold on the people peopleHead peple pepleIeat peopleHeads
Head and Feet FeetTho FeetTho FeetThe
Ieat ant
Tho Age of Chivalry Chlvulr is gone and i imsnt It Ithaant ithamrnt
msnt gone to that thlt Beat of manjnuscj many malY malYmUje manylnusc
mUje nuscj und sociologists fnologi te Evanston Evanrton Ill IlltrangO 111Strange 1
Strange things thing and now may be expected expectedrom expctcd expctcdfrom expectedrrom
from rom that ingenious IngeniolF region that cave clve ol olill of ofal oftill
al ill thc winds wilf ofthoughtbut ofthought but nobody nobocwae nobocwaeplepard was wasicpared wasprepnred
plepard icpared for what MARTHA FOOTB FOOTI Cnow Cnowaid Cnowsaid Cnowsaid
said thc other day She la Dean of the theiVomon theWomol theVomen
Womol iVomon at Northwestern University UniversityThese UnlvcritThe Universityrhee
The These are the fatal words wordsCollege wordsColepc wordsCoiies
College Colepc men arc becoming beeomln Iria chivalrous chivalrousIpplnr eblalrouTlpplnr chivaIrouripping
ripping the hat when speaking peoklnl to a woman h I ono oniif ont
01 if t the few remaining rmallln Indications ot the chlvalrj chlvalrjthlch chlalr chlalrwbleh chIaIrhrh
hrh characterised rhaaettlzed the earlier earlrr ages ajcjAt nre nreAt agesAt
At first Irt we felt that the Dean had for forrotten forgoten forotten
goten rotten a little ltle detail detai Surely Surel college collegelen cologe cologemen
men len for the cultivation cultvnton of hair andiealtlt and andicalth andhealtI
healtI icalth have ceased celcd to wear hats hat But Butno Butio
no 10 tho evidence in support suppor of the Deans Deanslorrible Deanshorriblo Deansterrible
terrible accusation accuston is If given givenThB givenTh givenThn
ThB Th habit habi of merely me rob bowing bowlnl when hen speaking cpeaUIngo
10 o a coed Is a new one at Nortbwrstorn orbwslor but has hasiccome hasccome
iccome firmly nrml established eslAblahet It I was Introduced Introducedrom Inlrdurd InlrdurdIrm
Irm rom Cornell CornellThis Corel CorelThis CorLetiThis
This shifts fl fs the fount fOlnt and origin of the thejrime thocrme therime
rime from Evanston to Ithaca Will Willho W1 Willho
the crme ho Cornollians Corollls plead plCd guilty gity or will w1 they theyieny theydeny theyleny
deny with all ni the tempest tempt of all al their theircelling theiryelng theirelling
yelng celling voices voicesYecnnt voic voicesWocant
Yecnnt We cont believe bclove the hideous hideus impeach impeachnent Impeachment impeachneat
neat We cant believe baHtve that tha courtesy courtesyms courtesyhas courtesyins
has ms fled fcd from thc Gown to muckers muckersiiaHo muckershle
hle iiaHo But who knows At this thlf season seasonf BeMonof
of if > f tho year ear the college colege world is If go 10 much muchijion mich zntich1on
1 ijion 1on to feet that it may have lost ororgoiten or orforgotten or10rgo1en
10rgo1en forgotten its head headIjulville headlu headLouLviile
Ijulville lu 1ile hopes hopf before long to benefit benefitnoro benefItniru Inett Inettmor
that nature naturevni
mor noro fully fuly by an advantage Idmnta
wnl vni wearing 11reparng for her perhaps a million millionearn miion miionyeam millionrears
yeam earn ago a When Whfn tho site sie of tho city ciy waspart was waspart
n part of tho ocean On bed htd coral crl Inurcta hlBrrtl were wereory werecry
YO cry y busy bwy building huielnp thetr nharp harp and ramify rnmlfyug rImlfylu
lu ug walln W31 on what ht Is now no tho bottom botorn of ofho oftho ofhe
tho ho Ohio Hlvtr HItr Thew Theo walls wall standing standingK slllllg slllllgIf
If K if built IJi yesterday Yflordny obstruct ohlt ol > stnict ruc the Btronin Btroninvlth it strenitirith renm renmwih
wih vlth n 1 series of swift rapid rpidK which lch fall fal more morehan morehiatt
han twenty Iwrnt feet In three miles mllosIf mlos mlosI
If I those the rari rnpilR rapids had no not Ifn ieen efn than tb9r Ix VmIB VmIBiI 1oulsIllo > uls ulslllo
lllo might never hove nxirtcd for it was washi waslv
iI 1tljht nlr
th hi lv nowl nCfr need to stop them thelo and Ind traiisuhip freight freiRhtjotwcon frellht frellhthctwecl freightctwecli
hctwecl jotwcon land and water wlttr that tlt started Louis Louisillo Lull Louisihle
illo 10 on hor proud proud career carr Now Iho she ho will willlorncss wi willornes
hDrnCt lorncss the rapids which she ho long ngo ngoMrcumventrd ngocrumonll agoIrcumvcnted
crumonll Mrcumventrd by moans mm18 of canals c10Is make maknhem makf makfthrm makeiiy
hem iiy supply uppl electric power powrr to run rUI her no noivltipp noI noivities
I ivltipp I Hirl nnd BO Illustrate lu8trOte Again that tlt wn WO are nttKMiofitcd areteiiofltrJ >
IInonu KMiofitcd every oer day by the 1ii wot wllt It that very vorynimble veryLtlflhlIC orr orrhUnhl
hUnhl nimble promoters prmotCrs of our wellbclng welblng may mayinvo mnyhn maynyc
hn nyc clone n 0 million milln years carA ago agoFrjtkjr D agoIriky O OIrhk
Frjtkjr Irhk Sprontnn Sproul Olroroe IIoroe Salt SaltTo Salt SnltTo
To rns ns UniTon tITon or Tile Tie SDK Svr Sir r This Thi Thu from the thelurt theOurt theourt
Ourt lurt report reportC rprA rprAC reponlE reponlEC
C C M t Inllbur Salisbury for nolltloirr nolltloirrTrUViSprouU pllolr iiutiiioerI
TrUViSprouU 11 I ntskt Sprul Sprouts v vs Mcletnls Melella llrdrdlnpart llrdrdlnpartMay Jrar heard In prt part partMay
May MA the complaUunt In II the above nbe divorce dhote rue ruenier ele eleenle casenier
enle nier pro1 pr1lonlrT imslbiooiLiI lon llyr J J 7 U C CInOYlDENCK CnoTIDIK CiuOTIovccL
InOYlDENCK noTIDIK NOV 12 I
9
TUE MYSTERY llSTEIY OF SLKK1 SLKK1Mr SMIWIlr 8LlJfllir
Mr Ilr 1olm Hlseluw IceloW Kxplulmhe IIl6itI3 tle itie Iurpo Jurpoof Iurpoof e eof
of III 11 liii Hook HookA
A German version erlon of Mr lllgelows UIcIa MyMeo MyMeoSleep 11el 1Iteryilierp 01 013lrrp
Sleep his Just been published ubUh1 by Hie Ututscl UtutsclVerlajsaiutalt DeulseheVrlaIUAIlll licutsetrlsgsaristuit
Verlajsaiutalt VrlaIUAIlll of Stuttgart nulla1 and nd Ixlpzle JIIZII Tollowlt TollowltIs Iolowlul
Is a tmhilatlun trl ulalul of the Introduction Illrdueton prcpircd prl ed sp spclally spe speclal spdaily
daily by b tho author for the German edition editionstands edlU editionManS n I Ialand
stands clal well tl by b Itself stH as I a condensed statement statementthe of ofIhe <
the philosophy phUOph of the book bookThe bookThe bookThe
The primary purpose of the work list heisubmitted hero hero8ubmlted listsubmitted
submitted 8ubmlted prmary to tho purp public uulo la II to t correct corrct wit whuBeernH whlt whltS witseems
tho universal inpresslon in Imprssion inpresslon
to be practically
seems S I protolly unlorarl
1
presslon prssion that sleep 81ep Is l a 1 condition conditon of abs abwlute abl abllute abslute
lute repose a state stnt of physical physlOI and psych psychcal pyhl pyhlcal psylrcal
cal Inertia rple of which for onethird onlthlrd of our live livewo IveA IveAwo ilvwe
wo Inrla can never be required nor tor able to glv glvany Kiva Kivanny ghany
any account accountThis acount acountThis accountTiiI
This notion noton of Bleep I think is il is a gro groppular gras graspopular rav ravpopular
popular delusion I contend cothmd and think thinkhave thinkhave I Ihae
have ppular demonstratodjhat there ia i no func functloh funoton futittiofi
tloh ton either eiher of the body bdy or the mind mid that thatdos thatdosnot doe doenot dcsnot
not give a its abundant evidence evldonc of octlvlt octlvltIn actviy actviyIn
t
In our hours devoted devote to sleep Ilerp ns R at any otht othttime othcr othcrtmo othtime
time tmo although that that activity acthI may be vt vtriously yarlollly viriously
riously rlollly directed dirctd To those t hOA who may be pr prpared pr prpar poiared <
pared par to accept accpt my conclusions question questionof
of Incalculable moment immediately InuledLtey pre prtsent pre8cnt pnsont
sent 8cnt thomKolveB themolns about nout which no hums humabeing bumanbeing humsbeing
being can afford ntld to bo b indifferent indifferentThere indllernt indllerntTher IndifferentThere
There Ther can cn be b no activity n tvlt without a put puipoHo purpl putpOt4O
poHo What Whit Is the purpose purpse of nctlvitle nctlvitlewhich actltC actltCwhleh activitlewltfolt
which pl ore not prompted by our will I and andwidch c cwhich of ofwhich
which we are not conscious conrlou except oxcpt throng throngresults throughrella throtigresults
results rella manifested only oul on our waking Is Isquestion IsquestIon a aqueston
question queston of supreme importance importancePurixjfle InporUO ImportancePurpose
Purpose these th o activities actvltel must mu t have hAv fn fnno for forno inno
no waste of Divine Dvlm energy cnfrgy is h concolvabl concolvablrind olooloble olooloblennd conoolvabliend <
rind nnd if anything anyhing about Ibout iw 1 t1 is divine divne It itmost i imost i iIOt
most IOt certainly crtalnl that which is II being ing wrought wrouglin wroughtIn
and in n nway no noWR away
in uswhile us whlo while we are unconscious unroncloll
way WR responsible for It ItTo I itlo
rspnslblo
To lo 0 these thes quebtlotm que totf1 I have submitted submited what wlinI whatI
I esteem to he > an answer though in il the Ian Ianguage ln lnglg lamguage
guage glg of science elenr I suppose IUPPOB it I would h htermed be betnod I Itermed
termed tnod a theory Whether an a answer oswer or ortheory ortheory a atheory
theory It i U i1aed based mainly mlinly upon the teach teacliIngs teachIng lead leadliigt
Ings Ing of wliat Int purports purrtR to bo b the th Word WordOodwhcnoe c cOod of ofOod
Ood Oodwhcnoe whence whenc wo derive dCro more reliable relable infoi infoimat Ifor Iformatollbout lnfoiniatlon
matollbout niatlon mat Inn about tho u uwa < 3 and purposes of nice nicethan flep fleptha siretitan
than tha from any books purporting purprting togive th thconclusions the theconruionE tiiconclusions
conclusions of Bcloncc BclonccIn
conruionE scenc
In I my answer oBwer to these tbcE questions qUCStOIl I hay havtried hl haytrieci 0 0tred
tried tred to give sufficient luf < ielt reasonn renBn for my con conviction convicton corvictiori
viction victon that no part plrt of our lives lves Is coast oonsccrated onAC onACcrated coastcrated
crated to nobler uses usp none nOle more mor Indin Indinpensnble inditpensable Indl
pensnble to our symmetrical B mmetrlcal sphitual spiltll de development deelopment deveiopmeiit
pnBnble velopment thin lun that tht portion porton of oIt It usuall usuallspent ustiallspent 8ully 8ullyspnt
spent spnt during dUrln the Interruptions lntfrruptons of our inter intercourse iter itercourf inteicourse
course courf with tho phenomenal world worldAs worldAs worldAs
As a 1 corollary crolbry to this conclusion concusion I hay havalso bn bnallo hayalso
also allo been bn impressed ImprI > d by the abundant Ibundant evl evldenoe evldCnC evldenoe
denoe dCnC that many Inny of tho events rcnts which occup occupmore ocupy ocupymore occupmore
more or less 1C8 of tho waking hours hour of our Hfalso llf llfilgo le leIlso
also Ilso seem er to bo 10 obedient to the same law Inwand lawand
and Ind to serve in a degree degre the same simo recondlt recondltand r reconditand ondlo ondloand
and mysterious materlout purposes purp SI as sleep sltep This Thi ha haseemed bls blstemed haseemed
seemed temed to me enpeolallyapparent especially c9pocll1yapparent apparent when hen fo toany foany for forany
any reason tho privileges privieges of sleep slop have hlo bee beeimore uen uenmore beemore
more or less neglected neglectedFollowing neglecte neglectedFollowing
Following this thl course coule of thought I hay havbecome ble blebecome haybecome
become Impressed Impre d with wih the conviction convicion tha thawe tht thtwe thawe
we may find tnd in lunacy idiocy as aswelln aswellndeed well In Indeed Indeed
deed as in most molt of the chagrin chagrlt discom discomforts dcm dcmfort discomforts
forts Infirmities Infrmlue rind uni disappointments dlspplntment8 ti tiwhich to towhich I Iwhich
which all al are more or less leA es exposed while whie I Ithe ii iithe In Inthe
the flesh fesh tho same IO explanation and th thamo tbe tbeMme thsame
Mme > providential providentil use Ufe ns al that which hlch huts illttstratos i1s i1stmtl hutstrates
tratos to my apprehension uppreholRlon the Divine ucon oconomy uconomy ucononly
omy of sleep 81011 that all al of them are Ire provl provldrntlal pro protfntallnttrcntonB proIdentlal
drntlal tfntallnttrcntonB interventions to compel cmpl ft rclaxatioi rclaxatioiof relaxton relaxtonof
of tho too strong hold which Weh the natura naturaworld ntural nturalworld naturaworld
world may have secured secltd or 01 threatened thrlntened ti tisecure to toleCUr t tsecure
secure leCUr upon UIIOI our affections affectionsTo atecton
To those thoOe and there may m be b many wh whwill whitwill ho how
will w nay NY that my theory theol of the purpose o osleep of ofIeep osleep
sleep depends too largely for its Is suppor supporUpon Bupport Bupportlpon supporttpon
Upon lpon the Bible Bble I have only to answer atfWer Otvi Otvius OheWl GIvtus
us Wl a better bttr one if you can cn without wihout the Bible BibleTho DibleTo BibleThe
The To notion nton that tht sleep Ileep is 10 a condition of ofphysical atphysical o ophysical
physical and psychical ptchlcl inertia Inorti being bing m mlonger nolonger nilonger
longer tenable to what purpose purpoe tho nctiv nctivIties aetv aetvilC actlvItles
Ities ilC of the subconscious 6uuconAcous third of our lives Hvoiare 1C 1CIro livesitre
are Iro devoted becomes b conls a problem about whiclthe whicl whichl whiclthe
the l e world muse mtisanti and anl will wiln insist l t upon upn having havingtheory havingUieory u utheor
theory theor or at least leJt a working worklnJ hypothesis hypothesisTho hpothefls hpotheflsThe
The one here her submitted lubmlled I trust trLt will wlRrve nerve ii iithat Itthat
that thatll if in no higher capacity a useful pur purpose purpose purpose ¬
pose until unti a better heter in il found to take its itl place placeI plac
I should thould be sorry to incur the suspicion o ohaving of ofhving ohaving
having hving sought sought to penetrate Jcnetmtc xnettwte mysteries myslerel which whicrare wl11char whichare
are ar meant to be I Impenetrable Impcnelrble but I can caiimagine canimgine catImagine
imagine imgine no no reasons why the mystery mYltery o osleep of ofslep oshrep
sleep slep should AhOlld bo any more impenetrable impenetrabletlmn Inpnetrable Inpnetrablethnn
than the mystery of godliness godlnl of charity chariy 01 01of or orof otof
of any of tho domestic dommtc affections aecton I bellevi bellevithat beleve belevethat belietthat
that if i they were studied Btudird with wih the like Ito in incentives incenthe incentlvesi ¬
th the order of mindian mindi
centives centhe and by th4 name mlntO mlntOni
ni an ti the mystorios mrbllr of natures MturO1 other laws are arestudied arestudied anistudied
studied the ono 010 might scorn no moro mys mystcrious myatorious mysterious
tcrious than thn tho other though the result resullmight rlull rlullmight resultmIght
might be b far more surprising surprisingIt surprlflngIt
It scarcely scroly requires prophetic ic vision Iiol tcforenee toroseo to toforo
forenee foro the time when the art of sleeping slccplnfwill Hleptng Hleptngw sleepingtvlhl
will w be studied as systematically 1ftemtlclly ns nE tho thophslologr thr thrpilyslolog lit litphysiology
physiology of our nutritive Iulrthe or nervous nervousystomH nervousystel ncryoutystems
ystomH ystel and then much of the literature Iterturo and amipseudoaclenoo andpBeldocleno andpseiidoncienoo
pseudoaclenoo pBeldocleno now in II vogue ogul relating relatog teboth te tohoth teboth
both will wl find fnd their their way Into tho wallcl wallclwherein wRlet wRletwhereln wallelwltoreln
wherein Time Tme puts alms al16 for oblivion oblivionJOHN oblhlonJOlN oblivionJOHN
JOHN JOlN BIOKIXJW BIOKIXJWThe BIOELW BIOELWThe BmoEtowThe
The Drug Habit HabitFrom Habi UabltFroitl
From Fro th 1M Af fdleal Ideai rfrcal Itetort ItetortIt lfrord lfrordI If ecord ecordIt
It I has 11 been publicly pu lel stated on many occasion occasionif oerMlonsot
ot if f late 1 that the habit hbit of druptaklnr dr llklnl has hI inrgeincreasecl largely largelyncreased larrI
Incrned ncreased In all al civilized rhl d countries Cunlrel and that In th thUnited the theUnied fluunited <
Unied United States 51 ale this Increase Incras has la been berl hem especially especiallymarked esllccinhiirnisrkcd sllrelol
mrlrd marked It I Is probable proballc however that while whie then thenmay Iher Ihermn themnay
mn may have bicn b < n within wi bIn recent rccnt years cars a very err decided decidedIncrease dcrd dccldrdncrcase d dInrrraae
Increase In the number of those addicted ad lle1 to flit flitrriig thidruir Ihodrul
drul druir habit yet et It must bo confessed ronresrd that many mln ol olIhe 01 01Ihe 01he
Ihe accounts nrcoull given shen bear upon them item the carmark carmarkot
ot exaggeration cxaetrcratlonNevertheless cXAer3ton cXAer3toncrhcleM exaggerationNescrthcieas
Nevertheless crhcleM I lbs ho evidence rhlenr offered oferd would seem seemlo
lo 0 be quite quie sufficient to prove Irn that dniRtalilnj dnlstallnl l induigcd lIndulged <
Indulged In to a very VOl largo extent aud that the thesituation thesluflon theItuation
sluflon situation In this respect r spet Is I a serious serou one aie Perhapi PerhapiIn Prrhal1
In n this country rounlralhoulb eotntryaithongb although It I would wOlld be Impossible Impossiblelo Imloslhle
lo c make an absolutely nbllurI positive ptU statement tlemrnt on thematter the Ibomsl theusttrcocstne
msl matter usttrcocstne roralne cocaine Is I almost alno1 as a widely Jdel resorted lo far farIs fotts lorII
II ts narcotlilnir nareotzll effects efects among mon the white blo population populationis
is Is I any nr other drui dr dot Of course ursc on the whole the theimount thonmount themount
mount of eocnlnc roclinc consumed during dlrng a year r1 docs docsnot doc docnot citeslot
not compare compar In magnitude 1nludo with wlh that ot opium hut hutIhen huttben huthen
hen opium Is I prescribed prcscrbed as a a I medicine mellrll and takenjy taken In takerSV rn rnb
b jy V certain cerain classes rC of the population POpulAlonnolnhly pnpuialtonnoiatcty notably by byhc b bIbe byhi
Ibe hc hi Chinese Chlnetar far moro extensIvely efeuleh than cocaine cocaineiVt
iVt any an rate rul If I opium In Its different lrernl forma stands standslr slal stancIInst
11 lr Inst t In this Ihl country unl In Its I use I O as a a narcotic nanllc It will willio wi willc
be io > rcond c generally reneral allowed alwed that cocaine rrline makes a rood roodrcond roodecond goodcrond
Flr FIt t Impressions Inpr lon of Albany AlbanyTo
To inr Tnr EDITOR or Time TrI SINSlr StlNSSr S N sir I walked ti tihe lp lpIhe up upbe
Ihe he hill hlioward toward the Stitc Capitol Cplol building Uednes Uednesay ISedmrcslay edor edorda
da lay ay morning momlnl for the nr nt nrt t time lme The 6 ary > was WI brl hrlght hrlghtand linightnd hi hiind
and the heavens heOrIS propitious Ai A I lifted IUrd my m eyes eyesiiinard euInward eyeswrc1
iiinard wrc1 this noble structure trurlur It I appeared appenr < to me meilkc melke insIke
lke ilkc a mnrblc palace bursting bUrUnr through Ihrulh the clouds cloudsVnlklnc rloudWllllnr eludsSnikini
Vnlklnc Wllllnr on past plIIIIO Into beautiful eautul Vushlnitton lshlnllon Parlc Iericclaw Hle HleI
I 1 saw 8W the lowers owe and old Little Ite kindergarten klndrrgarle children childrenatlne ehl childrensting ren rencatnr
catnr sting biscuit blsult uid rd throwing stoutu > oue lulu the water waternd tratermiii rr rrand
and nd concluded rlcludrd that I had hld reached rlehclt the Garden of ofden 01den ofeden
den The only on thine thin kicking bklnl to round roun < l out thu thuccne Ihesce ttrctrelic
relic and complete ample Ie thu stroll slrol was a Bealree Beatrice thenl then
1 l would have bfe been In iked and Ind truth trlh a I paradise paradiseMcdltatlne pAndte pAndteMedlnlnl paradiseMeditating
Meditating Medlnlnl upon tin ancient and Ad honorable his history hL ¬
101 tory 0 of Albany Alban the thought was wulreslslblr Irresistible should shouldtrtclcs shuuldIIccnlum shouldnrlcies
IIccnlum trtclcs return let urn he would say tta that the Ih clory CIOIolAthens CIOIolAthensandihe gioryotctieas gioryotctieasrrcithe olI Athens Athensndthe
ndthe happlneM happln of Aspasla SI11IA had been brenlel left In com comKtent comptent cornictent
ptent Ktent hands 1lld L O OALDANT M MAUDAKr 11MDANr
AUDAKr Nov o I ICuriosities 1urloIUe IurIosItIes
Curiosities of Cf Literature LiteratureWordsworth Llernlnre LlernlnreWorworlh LiteratureVordsworth
Wordsworth Worworlh had Just dashed on of SVe f Aro Ar Seven SevenThai Sennrbalmar SevenIbat
Thai rbalmar may rriardo do very el well wrl for poetry Otl be confided confidedbut conOed conOedhul conCtiedhut
but the real ral truth trth win that Ihn tlie the cook col wouldnt wouldnttand wouldntstmd wouldntland
land so many In the Lbsieeting family familyreeling taml
reeling Ieclnl the poeti pal mission mlAlon was wa to cheer he with withlield wlh wlhbeld wIthrid
lield rid this Ihl blighting blrhllr Information Inortolrm from the public publicItyron publc publcB publicByron
Byron B rn was I plplue a Iln lay to Greece GreeceWhat Grrrr GreeceVhat
What a blunder crIed erd his friends why wh dont dontou dontou
ou lay la a pipe to oil oilHe ol oh ohHenlizing
Henlizing He nrnlzlnr nil tin I that he I might mlht have been amultl a mullml mil millonalrr nihionaire
lonnr lonalrr he h wept for the ttielost loM opportunity opportunityVliRll opplunl opplunllsl opportunhtyitgIt
VliRll lsl itgIt was w singing Inslnc of Arms rnI5 and of ollhe the Man ManYea Manes Ian IanYe
Yea Ye es he admitted adll ld Sit It was a great Ir1 mistake It Ithould Itbould
hould have 1 Ixru I I of Hoofs lof and ot ollhe the Girl GirlStdly Girlsdy Girlsdiy
Stdly sdy be perceived prrhd that bt he bad disqualified disqualifiedJmsclf dlqulned dlqulnedImal dlsqualhfledImaclf
Imal Jmsclf for or the Horse 10rso Show
i 0
JPAXANAS J4Xi1 AU4 If4S COMMERCE COMMERCEA
A Srntonnble SI 50nable Report port From Secret SecretIortrlyotin Secretary SecretaryCortelonM eorcei eorceiCortcIoumi
Iortrlyotin CortelonM Iiepartmcnt IiepartmcntTo Ieplrtment
To 10 TIIE UEEnTOI KniTon or Tnu Tnl SUN SUNSir Sin Tl TlovontHof Tho Tiovuntsot I Ioentl
ovontHof oentl or the th past 1lst few fewdnya days lend lendinterest Interest to tobrlof tobrief a abrief
brief study stud of the commercial corninercialconditlortsae corninercialconditlortsaeprospects conditions conditons at atprospoola and andproplo
prospects proplo of the new leI Republic Republo of Panama Plnluna Tl Tlarea 1he 1henrea IIarea
area of tho republic republo Is 31671 31171 square squae miles mies ntilesnearly i inearly or ornoarl
nearly noarl equal to that thlt of tho State Stlte of Indian IndianDie Ildion indianTue
Die he population populaton number lumbors about 300000 300 with withcommerce wih wIthcomnrilorce a acomlorce
commerce comlorce of about Ibout 83000000 8300 annually nnnualy Tli Tlifacts The Thefads LI LIfncts
tho D Dpnrtment Do Dopnrtment Dprtrtntent
by
facts ns to commerce aro given hen us
pnrtment n of COllerce Commerce CODmerce and Labor through 1 1Bureau Its ItsDurcnu IBureau
Bureau of Statistics usingreports u8In using report reporthot of tl tlUnited tho thoUnite tiUnIted
United Unite fltatcsCorrsuls State Stntel StntHtc8 Consuls CuKuls at lt Panama lalaln and Colon Coloirecently ColonrecenU Cob Cobrocenilt
recently recenU received but not yet published publshed Tl Tlfigures 1he 1hefglres llfIgures
figures fglres ns 8 to population popuilton are the latest Iltelt offlcl offlclestimate omclal omclal18Ihnoto1881bI8e oftlclestliirate1881based
estimate 18Ihnoto1881bI8e estliirate1881based 1881 baned on the census of 187 187while 117 187while
while whie tho ho area quoted is that given glcn to the Di Dipartment Do Dopnrtlent flpnrtrent
partment pnrtlent of Panama lnnnma by the Colombian Clombian itpublic Ri Ripublic RO ROpublc
public publicTho publc publicThe
Tho principal prlnclpll ports portsPanamaonthe portsPanamnnon Panamaon the Paclfl Paclfland Paelfo Paelfoanu PacIfIand
and Colonon cotolon tire Atlantic Atontoare AtlantIcare are visited year yearby yearly yearlyb yearb
by b about n 1 thousand vessels veslels landing landinI over overmillion overnclliion 1 1milon
million milon tons of freight frlhrht and nld nearly a hundre hundrethousand hundrld hundrldthou9nnd hundrithousand
thousand passengers pa8sellerS each year for transfi transfiover transterover treirstiover
over the Pnnnmi 1lnnm Hallway nalway fortyseven mill millIon mlll miiilong
Ion long connoctinfc conueclnK Panama with wih Colon ColonColon ColonColon ColoitColon
Colon or Asplnwall Aspluwala81t as It Is also Iso called cled has haspopulation hnl haspopulation a apopulaton
population populaton of 3000 30 Panama has his 25000 250 Tl Tllatter The TheInUer TIlatter
latter city elt wan founded tOlndod In 1519 Jno burned bured in 1871 1871nnd HI 167and
and rebuilt In 1079 Colon In comparative comparativenew comparatvely comparatvelyleI
leI new dating dntlul only from 18SS 18SSTbc 18 1815Tbe 5 5Tbe
Tbe population populnton of the now republic republc Ismixture Is Ismixture a amlxtlre
mixture mlxtlre of Spanish SP1119h Indian and negro with withlimited withilnilted n nlmited
limited lmited number of persons from Europe an antho nnd nndtho anthe
tho United nltr States Stltls Mont 108t of the Europoar Europoarami Europennl EuropennlIle Europoninirti
ami Ile Americana Amerlc I8 are engaged eDlalod In commerce an antho and andtho anthe
tho operation orrllton of tho railway ralwa Many Mnmi Inl free freenegroes trc treenegroes < d dnelrOeR
negroes and mulattoes mulatte8 from Jamaica Jlmnlca are lre seltied sot sottlod ei eitied
nelrOeR
tied in tire republic rpublc The English Enl h Innguag InnguagIB Innluale InnlualeIs
Is much In use lSP especially pec I on tho Atlantic Alunto aid sldiOther sldoOther aidOilier
Other settlers 8ttters were brought to help eoatructhe construe construethe contruct contructthe
the canal canalOf ennniot eiintlof
Of tho commerce conllerce of Panama the Unite UniteStates UnitedStnte UnIteStateti
States already Ilnldl mtirsttei him his tho larger share The 1m 1mports 1mport inpond
ports port pond at Colon during the flccnl fpcnl year elr ende endeJune ondedJune endeJune
June 1003 amounted ulountod to 012084 03264 divided a afollows as asfolos afollows
follows followsUnited folos folosUnlcd followsUnltcSSitu
United Unlcd UnltcSSitu Slates ttll11 ttll11Kraticc SI410 SI410tralCe 8i4ltyranec
Kraticc tralCe HBrw HBrwEngland 191B lt9r lt9rIinniaid
1 IinniaidGetninay England llnd 11032 11032Germany 1sn 1snGetmour
Germany GetninayLIto 7038 7038Tho 7dBfhe
Tho innz 1102 iefl total to 11 wan wal 776345 BO that that 190 190shows 1903 1903sho8 190shows
shows an Increase of Vfl330 Vfl330The 31111 31111flte
The United lt UnltPI States ttlles n330 n330The proportion ploporton p of imports Import I In
1003 consisted cOI I ld of ofDrycoods otDI offlrygoods
Drycoods flrygoodsIrovlsions DI Iood 274 oo74 oo741rovlslons
1rovlslons Prvisions ixa33 ixa33Coal 1 15031Coal < 83 83Cn
Coal Cn t COM COMLumper 61 0015Lumber
Lumber Lum Lumberkerosene er HsfH HsfHKerosene 6Z 6ZKerscne
Kerosene Kerscne keroseneLiquors 32tC 32tCLUUori 30
Liquors Liquorshardware 30 30Hardware 40
Hardware 3104 3104Of 3191of 3100 3100Of
000 Of the 1170000 f 17000 170000 Increase Increlse our share was RS lloo 160 100
000Our 0 Our Olr purchases purchlpg at Colon C lon in 1003 figured lured u uto up upto uto
to 173370 made Iude up Of OfUananns ofIJnanM ofiiarianns
Uananns iiariannsciocunhrUtq IJnanM 7543 7543Oocunuuts 754
Oocunuuts Cocnlot ciocunhrUtqFurtiiisheitl Mtw MtwTurtloshelU M MTrlushells
Trlushells TurtloshelU t 1247 1247Ivory nH2Imr 1247ivorynuts
Ivory Imr ivorynuts nuts nut 84O 84OHides 94 940Hides
Hides HidesCoilee e eColTee 841 <
ColTee Colee 892 892From 092From 924 924rom
From rom thn port of Panama we bought bOllht in th thRumu the the8ale thsarnu
Rumu 8ale year Olr a Ilotal total of 183342 embracing embracingHides embrctng embrctngIdo embracInghides
Hides se78 se78India 3579InrIla
178
India Ido rubber rutb r 4987 4987Cocobnlonuts 4991 4997ceobnhonuts
Cocobnlonuts 27W 27WIvorynuta 27141Ivorynuis
Ccololo nut 21
Ivorynuisticersirins Ivorynuta 101 nuts 16M 16MDeerskins
Deerskins Derr skins 1387 1387Cotlec 1872 1872Clce 138Cuitee
Cotlec Clce CuiteeStatistie 010 010Statistics 0 0StntstC
Statistics StntstC of the Imports at Panama Plnama are ae no noavailable not notInlable noavnhlnbie
available at this writing writingThe writingThe rllll rllllThe
Inlable The runner Uonpr of the country Is 18ver silver the rut ratiof rte rteof rutof
of exclmnei xehnl having hn vlnl averaged n verged about Ibout 1W Ir per pelcent perut pectmiL
cent durinu the last year yearTlm yearlIre
ut dl ril I tlO 1n8t elr elrThe
The 1ncltlo Mail Steamship Company mnln mnlntnlns mnln1IIIs maIntalus
< Inl
talus 1IIIs 1lclt a weekly weekl steamer stenmlr schedule schfQllo with wlh Sat SatFrancisco SnnFrund SarFroncisco
Francisco Frund eo ami the tm Pacific Iaclfc Steam Stlum Nnviaatior NnviaatiorCompany 1allaton 1allatonCompany 2avigatloiComiany
Company ntul nn South American Amerlclu SleamsirilCompany Hleamnhll HleamnhllCompany Slplm hlp hlpComplny
tire service to Valparaiso ValparaisoTwo VaipainlsoTwo
Company Complny slvn thl same Valporlso ValporlsoTwo
Two pnnflpnirer and nld two frelcht trains trail leav leavPanama lelvo lelvoIunanm leaviPaitarna <
Panama pnsnler dully for Colon and Colon dally dal fo foPanama tor tor1num1 to1urunii
Iunanm Panama The passenger trains make th thJourney the theJourup thtJoirrney
1num1 paRnlcr
Journey Jourup In In throe thrc hours hoursPanama hoursInlnll hoursIkrrinrnct
Panama Inlnll has IB one cable elhle line Inl north to toArerl toArerlnn teA Ameri American men menearl ¬
can nn ports nnd ld one to the south Boul h There art arialso are arenlo artalso
also nlo cable < blo lines Incs from Colon to the t ha United Unie State Stateand 81les 81lesand Statesand
and Europe EuroJ11 Cable transmission tranmlSlon to and fron frontho fromIho frontie
tie Vnlted nll Slates Rlatls usually uttl occupies oecupleslour four hour hourfrom hour hourrfrom
from rrol innsMRe IP1 to tl answer answerThere Ulswpr Ulswprhere nhrswprThere
There here Is I enough nouih In these Ilpso fncts and flotirei flotireito fIgtrrstto tlurps tlurpsto
to show Hho that the Republic Rlynhlo of Panama Pnnlmlln In bust bustness luralnest I InefS
ness nefS for Itself 18elr will 1 become blcom an In InctenHlncrlj InctenHlncrljvaluable hlcllnA InrrsasingIvaluable
valuable commercial eommerclalalv nllv nll of the United Un I < States StatesWALTEJl
WALTER J OALLAltD OALLAltDScnKXECTADT DALJUt BALLLIIDSciiarncrny
ScnKXECTADT SCJENFCADr N Y NOV 1ov 13 13Hon 13non 13ion
Hon Hamilton lamlon Fish Fih for Governor GovernorTo
To THE Ta a EDITOR I ITOJ OP THE TE Ta a SCN BUNSir Sir Kowtha KowthaIn Nowtblt NowtbltI Now that thatin
In I tho course cu e of a fnw t months State officer officerwill ofcr ofcrwi officerswill
will wi ho nominated by b both the Republican Republicanand Republcns Republcns8Ul
and 8Ul amid Democrats It has hal been suggested lulootd thatho that thatthe thattbr
the tbr Republicans RfPlblcnns select selec their nominee nOlotne fo foGovernor for foroMor totGovernor
Governor oMor from the western ter part plrt of the State StateThat Stntehlt Staterflitt
That hlt Is II all oi very Ter yer well 1 as far as It goes IOe8 bu buwouldnt blt bltwouldlt butvotr1cIrtt
wouldnt wouldlt It be much better betertomako bettertontako to make aselectlo aselectlowith aselecton aselectonwih aselectiotiwith
with wih reference to Greater New XtW York YorkHeciiuse Yorklecnus8 YorkBecriuse
Heciiuse lecnus8 Governor ocrnor Odell Odel the th last IIst tlmo tme h hran ho horn hiran
ran rn did not nlt poll pol the vote in New 10 York thai thaihe thnthI thaiIce
he hI thinks ho ought to have had is not nt lt at atctnww aUItlle aistriuice
ctnww Itlle Xot only should slluld the Republicar Republicarnominee Repub1can Repub1can10mlle Ilepttbiicaiiomlitee
nominee 10mlle be bl ablo Iblo to command the united unitedsupport unlhdsupport unitedsupport
support of thporirnnlzat the orgnnizat < mrnhatlnn Inn but h he should nUpossess nU Ilso slatlOsSeSS
possess 10 S the neceFsiry 1ef8Ir nuallflcatlons < unIOllons for tin tinliiKh IhehlJh thEhish
liiKh hlJh and Ind important iuportlnt ofllco otco of Governor Oovlruor anc anclikewise Ind Indlkewise and andlikewise
likewise lkewise have wile acqiialntauceln nC < unlntauc in XewTorl XewTorland Now York Yorknnd Toniand
and throughout througholt the State StateTlilr Stnlt Staterita
rita bl brlnss brln1 to mind that just such BICh a man tnn li litin Is IstIl iiUti
tin tIl Hon lon Hamilton 1al1ton FIsh Fl h the Assistant United UnitetStates Unled UnledStutes UnitedStates
States Treasurer Trenfurer nnd it is quite 1110 gratifying gratifylmto Jrntfrlng
to leant that Mr Ir Fish is being belnA favorably foorlbl con consUlered consiriercet on onsirr
sUlered sirr < d ns o the nominee no0lllo lie II Is I a lawyer o orecognized ot otrOlAnlzId olrccorrnized
recognized rOlAnlzId ability abll and lud a capable cpable Ropubltcar Ropubltcarlentlor Roplb1cln Roplb1clnIrader Ropubilcarleader
leader As s a parliamentarian parlnmentarlan Mr Ir Fish hnifew hasfew has hasfew
few superiors 811rlorf To substantiate ub8t8nlat this statement statementI statment statmentI
I need nlcd but to refer to his able Ible career euplr as asSpeaker asSpeaker
Speaker of the State ltt Legislature LegislatureIt Ltllslnture LtllslntureI
It I is amusing to note how recklessly reckle8 IT some ol olthe or orthl olthe
the thl upState Ip8tAtl newspaper Ulwspnp < r men trot out this anc ancthnt and nndIhnt andthat
that candidate for a State office ofc when whtn In Inmany InmI intrirtit
mI many trirtit Instances lltlnncs tho candidate In s lmrdl lmrdlknown hardl hardly hardlyknown >
known outsldo of ofhls his county count I do nothesltnu nothesltnuto not htsltato htsltatoto hrsitnte hrsitnteto
to say Sl us lS n Republican Replblcan that If I we are te toPurr tecurry to toeurrr
curry Purr the State < m next < xt fall fal much Ilch caution cluton must b beierclfed hI be beexercised
exercised in il select 81ltel eciecting Ing hlA the nominees nomlufs as well wel n nin as asIn itsin <
in carefully c cirrefrili refll considering cnsidering the locality loenll they t the > art artchosen Iro IrocholC1 arctriroscis
chosen cholC1 from fromIt trm trmI frotuIt
It I l Is golnir goln to be b n amost most mOlt Important Import lnt election electionand electionriI Ieelon Ieelonnlll
and nlll riI tho Republican Hopuhlcnn nominees on the tl < Stntc Stntcticket SinleIck Stntci
ticket Ick i < t must ho hustlers hlStrrf If wo so are nr < to succeed succeedA Rlccld RlccldA
A ticket tlet headed headle by h tho Hon Hamilton InmUlon Fish Flsrfor Fl Fishror h hfor
for Governor Govror nnd the tin Hon Frank rnnk W Hlggim Hlggimfor Jlgglus Jlgglusfor higgins higginsror
for llciitenaiitOovernor 1lcutonnntOeror would ould I believe lee be befavorably boflorabl bertvorahl
favorably florabl received rtele by h the Republicans Heptblcanliu In gen general generl Senral ¬
erl eral ral ns lS well well as by b many mun Democrats DemocratsIXTFnESTED DemoerlsJ DernocrictsIrrantsrart
IXTFnESTED J TnESTFn RKPDDLICAN RKPDDLICANSVrtACDBK ntrv ItECVUtICANSrnAcOsr LlcAN LlcANSrnACU5F
SVrtACDBK SrnACU5F NOV XO 13 13Illsltoi 13Ilholl 13flltltop
Illsltoi Ilholl fears and Ritualism R1ualbm nituallsmTo
To 10 ann TP KniTon llon or TUB Suv 8uxSir Sir Few FowBishops FewJshOPB Fewilisliops
Bishops JshOPB of the Protestant Protestnt EpUcopnl Church in Littrmitrict inAmerlcn II
Amerlcn of the present prlsont day win more wide widespread wld wld81fnd wide widetpread ¬
81fnd spread attention Itenlon In their thllr pronunclamentos pronunclamentoslimn pronuncamentos pronuncamentosIUII
IUII limn tho Hleht Rev William WIHnm Croswell Cros11 Donne DonneDD DonnoDD floane1D
DD Bishop lshol of Albany Albn Aihaitya a o prelate Ilrlnte at once 01100recognized 0100 0100rcolnhfl onceceognized
rcolnhfl recognized for hl hiM bi scholarly Hcholur attainments ulalnments and anduncommon Ind Induncolmon andlicortrnoii
uncolmon uncommon administrative ndmlnlstrllvo ability abilitylllfhop nb1t nb1tIIFhol abilitylilsicop
lllfhop IIFhol IJoiinos Donnol address delivered < yesterday yesterdaybeforo yesterdayefore eterdIY eterdIYbet
bet beforo oro the th < annual Dlnunl convention onolton of the diocese dioceseof
of r Albany 4itltlt lhII assembled nS lmhleu In II the Cathedral Cltherll of Allztints All AllSnlntH Al
Rllnls SnlntH is II so vigorous goroul nnd seemingly sllmlnl direct directIn
In it Its ls treilircnt trettmclt of timely tmel topics that It ItCPIUS ItSelIS itrelics
SelIS relics most pertinent Ilerllnlt to glance gllnce at a single singlepiniKrniili sllrle sllrleIrllrnilh titigletrigrriitli
piniKrniili Irllrnilh Sptiikltm SIHlklnl of public Iullo services sorvlcesIllshop sonles sonles1ahop serviceslisirop
1ahop Illshop Iom DOIIA said The one 010 plainly plain prod prodibitd pro proliibltid prohilUId
hilUId liibltid Intriiilon Into our olr Church which as a anifhop aIBhol atiicshioli
nifhop I cannot tolurnte or allow is the
IBhol Cnlot iolorte lloI reser reservation rserton neseritioii ¬
vation ton of if one ont of the thl consecrated conalcratod elements of ofIhe oftht ofhi
Ihe hi Holy Jol Eucharist Elchrlst It I has no 10 proper place placeiithcr pln pinCotither o o1111r
iithcr 1111r on tlio ho altar with wlh the sanctuary snnctuarlnm lamp lampijitrnliiK itrri P Plmrnhul pitinrilaig
ijitrnliiK before bltoro It or In luthut that most mo t objectionable objectionableunction obJecLonnbl1 objeetlonabierinetiott
flnrUun Srulwnt Snrruininl SnrruininlUndoubtedly unction culled 1111 tlm Ih Ucnccllctlon IInl dlcton of thelllcssed thelllcssedSnrruininl the JeB8td JeB8tdSrulwnt hileastd hileastdinioubtedit
Undoubtedly LnIIOlbll < Jr that Is II the clenrpstnntl clearest anti most mostpronouncnd mostprolotned mostroiioineut
prolotned pronouncnd Jiulirment JldllEnt yet et made public by bym lylit
lublo I
m Amvrlcinn Alerlnl Protestant lrollalnnt Episcopal lsco1 Ulshop Ilshop in ini Inn
n i I matter luler that Ihntlf has commanded commande public nublc atten attention attenLou ¬
Ilen Ilenliol
liol tion Lou for Tiiiiny marl Irrurat months In the thf diocesn dlocc of Nutsc Vow Vowlorh ow owor
lorh c or orb the Ih opinion 011101 iiuthorltatlvu luthorilulo remains un unrxpnn unOXJr sitshut
rxpnn exl I Hut it t there th rA Is notorious ovldenca ovldencajf
jf OXJr it a I tolerant point 01 To a the Ih far ur extreme of oflenity ofirdty
lenity 111 1 Is the dloceao dlolC9A of KondduLac FOlddlLae where whereiisliop whlre whlreJ whorehisicop
J iisliop IIr irafton Ir fon rutty nll bo paid said to encourage Ineourl < the theult I theubt ho hocul
cul ult of Real Presence reBllCO adoration IdOrllof and worship
Hl WRhop hop Ioino JoIO wns c hstcrltl Hccratcd to tho see of otAI1II
AI1II ¼ lliutiy in IXW I UU 1 bpliorn hpllf ho li 1 > Its 18 Unit rat and ondinly Ind Indonl andml
onl inly ml y lllshop 1hol The l ite curious iiue iiUestion u tlon ton now nowal nowrultt rrowI
rultt al I lard ed is this HUH 11 Ritualism Illals1 oiiawl sofcfjccqfrtit o oiiawlrIt < innn innnrilt <
rilt Rteiillhily IIOlllhl Into the Albany jurisdiction jurisdictionind Jurisdicton Jurisdictonld
ind ld not ot n tr Irlchnnt trercInnt > nclinnt foothold there thlr < or does docshis doesIlo doeshis
Ilo his tntojrorloal IJorlul statement 8Iat1ont Just Jlst quoted < lolld from tromIh
Ih IIP 11 convention eOIltlol aldroH ldf solcniiily Kololll warn wlrn would woiildp wouldinrotator5 olld olldhi
hi p innovator iluoalorj to be on their Iher way WU DUhop DUhopoanp Ishop hlisiroploamt
nonll loamt oanp Is 11 it soon oon to have IULe a coadjutor condJltor I 11 Is It ItlOiiniJlnBa ItIoltdlnll itoirnilinrr
Ioltdlnll lOiiniJlnBa a timely tmp note lotO Iherecrnt lire hl recent Now ew Vork Vorklloctwan t ark arklof orkiioec4trn
lloctwan lof ln convention lonventon cliooe n lllsliop Cond Condutor CondJllnr ond ondultor
Jllnr < utor and xonrcely ucel had hld the good oud trees neW810nO gone out outo Olt
10 o Ohent < i 1lnt Ii pat Rne lipforn Ifor the Ihl I he wnalthr ueiil I h y nnd Inel turn powerful powerfultituiilt Iowerlll IowerlllHIIIIUe coserticII
HIIIIUe tituiilt I ii irtti ittc tic foiiriMiition r lou < IIIllon rut itt known I no lS Kt Miiryn Miirynliu llr Iirr Iirrice
ice Vlrclii IrII In Sest > r1 M Kortyflxth ntrpet Mart Mnninttiiii Mal Martitlttil
inttiiii 1 tcndrrm 1 ldert1 ti citilpt 111 reetutlnn feqtlon to the thelldhnpelHft the11r
Iullm lldhnpelHft 1141101 clri Allrr 11r I I er nil r hi I only n I kiinwledgn klowldlI Irriowid g of ofIIP orh oficr
IIP h icr inndltions now IOW xlKlent In lh this Albany Albanyliocesp Allatinyiiooso
liocesp 1011 Incltonl will wil ninkc Illxhop IIho11 Ioitu OOIIUBB 101U68 a judgment judgirrnttrroicly judgmentirpoisily Judlllfat Judlllfatlrll
< lrll irpoisily understood lldfIod J J 1 1t V VNtw VNrse
Ntw t VOIIK Yonpc 011 Nov 0 12 1 1
I
TO SAFEGUARD SAFEGUARD PVULIO IUDLICMONEr IUDLICMONErComuilttee MONEY MONEYCommittee MPN1WComDllteo
Committee ComDllteo to < o Devise lehe Meant llean to Exempt ExemptAuditors Eempt EemptAuclor ExenmpAuditors
Auditors Auclor From Fron Political Ioltul Influence InfluenceWASHINGTON InnueneWA6IUITON InflucneeiWAsitisozorm
WASHINGTON WA6IUITON Nov HSccretary HScrotry Slmw Slmwacting Sha Shaactng 81mwacting
acting actng under Irmtructtprs from tho Prtnl Prtnldent Pr8i Pr8ident President
dent today appointed a I committvo eollitt coininitt to toexamine toexamine toexamine
examine Into conditions cndito affecting tire audit ¬
lag of Government accounts The Seers Socrptary Seerstary
tary says the specific duty of the com commlttee corotmitteewiticli
mitteewiticli mlttee which IB composed of Charles II IIKeep iiKeep
Keep Assistant Secretary of tho ito Treasury TreasuryMilton
Milton E Alles former Assistant Seers Secrotary Seerstary
tary of the Treasury and Wallace Hills Hillschief HiIlchief
chief clerk of the Treasury Department DepartmentIs
Is to investigate and report upon tire thnmethod tiremethod
method If ono be feasible by which tho thoBovernl thosoveral
Bovernl auditors and the Comptroller may
bo exempt from all political persona personal and andother andotiter
other extraneous Influences InfluencesTho influencesThe
The appointment of the committee Is the theoutcome theoutcome
outcome of the reflections cast upon tho ad administration administration ¬
ministration of Comptroller of the Trees Treasury Treesury ¬
ury K J Tracewoll by CJiarlen J Bonn lionapnrto Bonnrarto
pnrto and Holmes Conrad counsel for the theUovernment
Uovornmontj in the postal fraud cases casesIt casesIt
It is believed that torch alleRit allegations ionn na have
been made of ofpoihtlcczl political Influence exerted on
Comptroller Traoawoll relate to Perry S SGeneral
IteaUt former First Assistant Postmaster
General and now secretary of the Repub ¬
heats national committee After their In Insons inestigatlon
estigatlon of the Tulloch charges alleging
that Heath had improperly appointed per perSons
sons in the thepostal postal service Messrs Bonaparte Honaparteand
and Conrad charged that tlratComptrollerrrace tlratComptrollerrracesvoil Comptroller Trace Tracewell
well who comes from the same State ait
Heath and who hud been associated with
him in politics had paused certain post office ofllcoaccounts officeaccounts
accounts that should not have been passed
Secretary Shaw came to the defence of oftho oftire
tire Comptroller declaring him him to be a good goodofficer goodofficer
officer and his administration above re reproach nopreach ¬
preach The President at the time sus sustained eusrained ¬
rained Mr Shaw and the Comptroller and andthe antitire
the criticisms mado by Mr Bonaparte and andMr andMr
Mr Conrad wore hushed up
Mr Bonaparte la n reformer by instinct instinctand instinctand
and training and it is understood that ha hadeclared hedeclared
declared that political influences affected affectedtho affectedtue
tho auditing officers of the Treasury Depart Department Departmnent ¬
ment especially Comptroller Tracowell In Intheir intheir
their disposition of account On account accountof
of this allegation the President directed directedthat directedthat
that the Investigating committee in ques question queslion ¬
lion be appointed appointedTreasury
Treasury officers are unable to under understand understand ¬
stand how tho t1r accounting officers can be beso beso
so guarded or sequestered as to bo out of ofthe ofreacit
reacit of political or personal influences influencesosen
osen granting that such influences affect affectLice
the officers in the performance of their theirduties theirduties
duties It is held that if it can beproved beprovedthat beprovedlint
that such influences have had and am has havingweleht hasIng ¬
ingweleht Ing weight with the accounting officer officerthose officersthose
those officers aro dishonest and are subject subjectto
to dismissal from the service serviceand and possibly possiblyto
to prosecution prosecutionTHE prosecutionTIlE
THE CATUOLiO CONTROVERSY CONTROVERSYA
A Reply Rep > l by > y Saoerelos to the Her HerFather RayFather
Father Llvlncston of PonKhkeepile PonKhkeepileTo
To THE EDITOR or THE Sov SuoiSir Sin Permit Permitme
me to thank the Rev William Livingston for fortho forthe
the Bfllcient support be na has given mo In your yourcolumns yourcolumns
columns of last Sunday The Issues upon uponwhich uponwhich
which he is i at one with mo outweigh the com comparative cootparative ¬
parative trifles concerning which he registers registersa
a somewhat ostentatious dissent Ills silence sllencoupon silenceupon
upon the question that raised this corns cornsspondenceNeoSchoiasticlsmis correspondence ¬
spondence spondenceNeoSchoiasticlsmis NooScholastlclsm Is the most mosteloquent mosteiouent
eloquent feature ot his letter You will ob observe ohServe ¬
serve too that In his minute dissection of ofmy ofnay
my charges ho entirely overlooked the one oneregarding oneregarding
regarding Cuthollo opinion In this country countryon
on the temporal power Some of my state statements statenrentti ¬
ments hu dismisses as mere assertions Ha Hacould lIecoul1
could hardly expect that In an occasional occasionalletter occasionalletter
letter to a dally newspaper I should go Into Intodetails latodetails
details of proof Whether my assertions art artor areor
or are not well grounded I can safely leave leaveto
to the judgment of those among your readers readerswho readerswho
who are familiar with the situation situationIlls situationIlls
Ills avowal that abuses exist and that some someof someof
of my opinions are elicited by himself Father FatherLivingston FattierLiyiirgstcsn
Livingston seems to consider a complete completedemolition completedemolition
demolition ft t my contention that there la a asystematic asystoniutio
systematic oppression carried on against againsteverybody againsteverybody
everybody who tries to let In the wholesome wholesomeair
air of publicity to those away the noxious noxiousgases anxiousgIL
gases gIL which are vitiating our Catholic at atmosphere atniosphere ¬
mosphere lie Is mistaken When lsen ho shall shalllavo ehiatilhast
hast lavo put himself publicly on record In ctutlve ctutlveiroteut auttveprotest
protest against the abuses whose existence existenceIce
Ice 10 admits It will bo time enough for him to toappeal toappeal
appeal to the Immunity ho will enjoy as a aknockdown aknockdown
knockdown argument upnlnst me Let him himbogln hintbegin
begin Kay with the inefficiency of so many monyof manyof
of oiinroUeceB He will huvn the comforting comfortingknowledge comfortingknowledge
knowledge that thiathe ho will be rendering a great greatscrvlco greatservice
service to the cause of Catholic education educationIf
If he In let alone In the good work I shall shallcheerfully shallcheerfully
cheerfully recant my tenets end besides besidesleader besidestake
take off my lint to him us to tiso longdesired longdesiredleader
leader we need needSome needSome
Some allusions Father Livingston makes makesas
as to pastors who preach Marcus Aurellus Aurellusinstead Aureliusinstead
instead of the Gospel o othat or who apeak oeu oeuslsslr
slsslr of tire personal irahtte or religious religioustitizzle
titizzle ncr Sacercios does not Indulge Indulgein
in such naughty conduct though he knowi knowithat
that as somebody has said the Church bus busproclaimed busproclatrired
proclaimed no ninth beatitude in favor of a adlrtv adirts
dlrtv shirt and ho Is of opinion that priests priestsmight priestsnilght
might do worse than occasionally dip Into IntoMnrrns intoMnrciis
Mnrrns AnrollusorEplctetus Aiimchits or Eptctetuswltness witness Bishop BishopSpufdiiiKfl imishopSpitidings
SpufdiiiKfl latest book bookIn bookIn
In conclusion I would express my belief beliefthat beliefthat
that Father Llvlntrston would not have de dewended doscended
wended to his allusions to Judas Incarlot IncarlotIf
If h he hind adverted to tire truth that persons personswho personsstho
who differ from u cq In their judgment as to tothe tothe
the expediency of means may notwlth notwlthnlUIlUUIU notwithstandinw
nlUIlUUIU standinw ho U 4 not Uf WlilJ one whit I behinci fVlllll WUIDUI WUIDUIIn ourseivel ourseivelin
In steadfast loyalty to the common end endBACEBOOB padSAcannos
BACEBOOB BACEBOOBDrown SAcannosflrown
Drown Ribbons for Typewriters TjpcnrltenTo
To THE EDITOR or TUB SUN tIcssir sir Wa nottc nottcTyponranirs notttTpograptrs
Typonranirs letter In your Issue of ibis date datetnd dat datand
and respectfully take exception to the tenor of his hisremarks hisremarks
remarks Typoirrapn could not have ventureS ventureSccry venture venturevrry
vrry far afleld In his search for brown ribbons or orho ortoo
ho would hare found t hat must manufacturer manufacturerarc
arc In a position to supply n demand for any color relarribbon colorribbon
ribbon brown Included IncludedThe
The reason however that they aw not offered offeredfor offorecifor
for salo by manufacturers of tyewrlter ribbons ribbonsIs
Is due to the fact that brown la at best an unsatis unsatisfactory imsatisrortory ¬
factory color and one least calculated to nerve the theInterests thenlerests
Interests of the customers or enhance the merits meritsof
of the manufacturers goods In the consumers consumersCJM consumerse
CJM CJMWe We e tnlehl add that we do not manufacture our ourbrown oarbrown
brown ribbons by the exposure process nor have havewe haYswe
we ever heard of any one else In our business bay bavInc bayn
Inc n the time to devote to such a moss back method methodNEW methodNEW
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To Tiiri vrt EDITOR or THE SDN StncSr nir As the United UnitedStates ntted nttedttates
States Senate Is overwhelmed with petitions from fromdifferent fromlifferent
different parts of the country for the purpose of oficprlvInB oflepriving
icprlvInB the Hon Heed Smool of a scat he was wasrlcctcd wasleetec1
rlcctcd to fill by the will of the people of Utah I Iwould IouId
would ouId like to svy that these petitioners are sub subIcctlne suberthng
Icctlne this honorable body to Indignities which whicharc whichire
arc very painful to the reading public Tho Senate SenatnIs
Is 5 not no the pliiro for religious controversy Thn Thnbntlau Thailrristiait
bntlau Church with all other reunions has equal equalrights equalights
rights under our Kcilirnl Constitution end tho thoMormon litstormon
Mormon Church should enjoy the same privileges privilegesOne
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rage on our American Institution In Introduce a areligious aeligious
religious controversy Into the Sonet of the United UnitedStates Unitciitates
States especially In the twentieth century when all allreligious sitchigiotis
religious enmities should have long age riteS n r ask askrrai t tiral
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