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If I ou ur mends rfnrfi rnd wO 1 far faeor awr ui I I wid wh manuicrtpd manuicrtpdf6lf monulrr fa 10tsbucatgoii
f6lf tsbucatgoii lt a I < m ul IIII wtffi A It liatt lr TtlttHd rJeld aniclti arel rtturnti rturn4Iu rturn4IuUIII Hit Hitmust thep
p d must p UIII USt la fl 4 4J U m caeaeitd < r unit stamps ampor for that tha purpose purpoirColombia purpol purpollombla
4 Colombia lombla and the New ew OranadTreaty Granada GranadaTrtat Granathdl
dl TrtatiIt Treaty TreatyIt Trtat i iIt
It seems more mor and more clear cear ever everday ever ovorday
day dy that very vor few of those thOe who diflcus diflcusthe diRcU8 diRcU8the diHculthe
the Panama Paama affair aair have studied the tex texof toxt toxtoUhe texioftheNewGranadatreatyOfl84C
of oUhe oftheNewGranadatreatyOfl84C the No Now w G Graada ranada treaty treay of 1840 186 Then ThenIs Tere TereI
Is I evidence evdenc of ignorance I norac in a letter leter which whlclMr whichr whicMr
Mr r ROXAPAUTE ONAPARn WVBE haM written wrten t tthe to tothe tc tcthe <
the Paris Eclair Ecair thus thul summarized BummarizedIf
If I France abould finally nnl renounce reDunee her rtghui rtghuithe rcIU rcIUIbe
1 the United Unled State Stal mlrht play pia tim leading role r le 01condition 01 on oncondilon orcondition
condition condilon that IhalI It Indemnify Indemnly the Interested Inlersled parties partiesHaving parle parlelavlnr partiesI
I Having lavlnr regard resard to the dignity dlrnlY of Colombia M MWTBB MWT MWyla
WTBB WT suggests aUlest that If I diplomacy dlplomA should fall tn tnqueatloni Ihe Iheque thiquestions
questions que ton at all5ue Issue might be submitted ubmlted to The Te Ilagui Ilaguitribunal larue laruetibuna lfagud
d tribunal tibuna He le points plll out that Colombias effort effortto elor elorto efTorlto
to regain tb tbs lithmlan llhmlan territory lerrllor might meet will willdifficulty will willdmcly
difficulty dmcly It 1 would uuld be Impossible Impolbl to o send troop troopoverland lrops lropsoverland roopdoverland
1 overland and should they be sent by sea u American Americanwarships AmerleuaShlp Americanwarshipi
warships aShlp would I ould atop top the transports tran5r He suggest suggestthat ault aulttht aulEestithat
that tht an a escort of European umpean warships wa hlpa to the Colom Colomblan Colombla Co torn tornblan
blan bla troops trops would prevent prevenllbls this Finally FLlly the write writeay wrler wrler6a writesays
says 6a ay that II Ilhe the United Un lied State Sllle should resort rtarlo to lh lhemployment Ibo Iboemployenl tbtemployTnert <
employment employenl of brutal brull force1 lore force Colombia would b bjustified be beJu bJustlfled <
justified Ju lled In resorting reaorlnr to 1 reprisals reprla and selling aelzln th thUnited Ibe IbeUalled IbaJ <
J United states Ste Minuter Mlnllr at Bogota Blola and ad other Amen American AmenU AmenI ¬
can U realdents redenl of Colombia ColombiaWhen Clombia ClombiaWhen ColombiaWhen
I When we have to deal with wlb dangerous dcerus lunatic lunaticcr lunalcs lunalcscr
M Wra Wt It Is rendering AI a asenIce aserice
cr highwaymen saya my 8 WTI 11 rndernc
I senIce serice to all al to defend deend ones one self even by eiceaslre eiceaslremeans CCMslye CCMslyelean cieessivomeans
means lean
meansM M A WTSB WTSIIMln Insists that arbitration arllralon by The Te Hague Haguetribunal lacue lacuetrbun Ilaruet
t tribunal trbun Is the only onl proper prper solution aluloD of the matter matteiI mier miert
I I Issue IssueIf Ie IeI IssueI
I If I Colombia Colombia shall Rhn1 think that the first flrelclause frt frtcause firstI
of the thetreaty thetroat theI
I clause of the thirtyfifth thiyffh article arice
I treaty cause troat of 1846 has ha riot not been ben executed executednnd executedand executedand
and has hl been ben violated violat d by the United UnitedStates Unie UnitedI
I 7 States Colombia Clombia has stipulated stpulate by the thefourth thefourh theE
E fourth fourh and ad fifth frh clauaea causes of that article articleprecisely aricle aricleprecselr articleprecisol
precisely precselr precisol the steps to bo b taken by her herShe hert i iRhe
t She canhot cant make reprisals reprLals nor seize the theAmerican theAmerica theAmerican
American America Minister Miniter nor nr declare deca war waragainst waragaint warI
I against againt the United States State until unti after afterphe afer aferIhe afterr
r the Ihe has done several severa other things thing Shet She Shemust Shemut
t must mut first frt of all al formulate and ad describe describeher decrbe decrbeher describeI describeher
them themby themby themI
her injuries Injurl0 or damages daagel verify
I I
I by competent proofs demand demad pre precisely pr prciely preclsely ¬
cisely ciely stated stat d justice justc and ad satisfaction satisfactionand satsfacton satsfactonad
I and ad the demand demad must mut be by the United UnitedStates Unl UnitedI d dStates
I States denied in violation violaton of the laws lawsand lawsad lawsiud
and ad of international interatonal right rightIn rightIn rightI
I In the first frt place plac Colombia C lorbla must by bycompetent bycmptent byi
i competent cmptent proofsshow proofo proofaehowthatthe show that the United UnitedStates UnitedState Unitedi
i States State guaranteed guarateed her sovereignty soverlgty andprOelerity and andprosperity ad adproperty
prosperity property In the province provinc of Pan Panama Pa Paaa Panama ¬
ama aa against againt internal interal sedition seiton and ad rebel rebellion rebl rebllon rebellion ¬
lion lon If I that was wa not not guaranteed guat then thenColombia thenColombia thenColombia
Colombia must point pint out the acts ac done doneby doneby doneby
by the United States State against agnst Colombia Colombiain Clombia ClombiaIn
in violation violaton of the laws and ad of inter international internaton internatlon ¬
national naton natlon right rightWhen rght rghtWhen rightWhen
When Colombia Clombia hM thus presented presentedher prsent
her case ce to t the United States Sttes and her herdemands herdemad herdemanda
Unlt
demands demad have hve been ben denied denie and ad not till tillthen ti tillthen
then can cn she resort reor to tOlrbltraton arbitration or orreprisals orreprs orreprisale
reprisals reprs or war warThe warTe warThe
The Te treaty teaty so declares declaresIf decare declarcIf
If I Colombia shall shal affirm amn and the United UnitedStates UnitedStAtea
States Stt shall shl deny that tht the latter lattr engaged engagedto engage
to defend Colombian Clombia sovereignty over overPanama overPaam overPanama
Panama Paam against insurrection iurecton by Panama Panamathat Panamathat Panamathat
that question quetion could be b submitted submite to t The TheHague TheHage TheHague
Hague Hage tribunal tribuna and nd also tho reparation reparationto repraton repratonto
to bo b made to Colombia If I the United UnitedStates UnitedStatea
States BtatC has hl been bn at fault faultA
i A turning turing back of the hands of the thedock thedock theclock
dock so far as a to compel cmp the success successfully succ successI ¬
I fully fuly revolted revolte province of Panama to toreturn toretur toI
I return retur to its it obedience to the Govern Government Gover GoverJhnt GovernI ¬
I mont Jhnt at Bogota is I quite qut W 0 chimerical chimercl as asnn 1 1nn asan
nn attempt atempt to drive drve Texas Texl back into ito the thenrms theans thearms
arms ans of Mexico But Colombia Clorbia can cn if I she shethinks shethinks shethinks
thinks it worth wOr h while whie try to mulct mulc the theUnited theUnied theUnited
United Unied States in pecuniary damages damagesThe damagesThe damageslhe
The Invitation to Cuba CubaWo CubaWe CubaWe
Invitton
We do not see fe what Mr r KEWLANDS EWLNDS o oNevada of of1evada ofovada
Nevada 1evada expected expeced to gain by introducln introduclnIn Introucing IntroucingIn introducing introducingin
In the Senate a joint resolution reoluton the pur purport purport purport
port of which is to invite the Republic Republicof Rpublc Rpublcof
Cuba Union State StateHe StateHe Statelie
of to enter our as a a
He must know kow that the invitation invitaton will willbe wi willbe
be neither given piven nor accepted accpted On the theone theone theone
one hand had the annexation anexaton of the island islandwould Islad Isladwould islandwould
would be vehemently vehementy resisted by the thepame thefame thetamc
fame interests Interets which wllch have made it diffi difficult dif difficult ¬
cult to secure for its It principal staples staplesa
a reduction of nearly 20 o per pr cent cnt from fromtho fromtho fromthe
tho Dingley rates rtes of customs CURtOn duty On On1lio Onthe OnIlie
the other hand a large majority of theCubans the theCubans theubans
Cubans would oppose incorporation Incrprton with withthe wih wihthe withthe
the United States Rtnte and there are good goodgrounds goodground goodgrounds
grounds for their opposition oppositionIt oPPoHiton oPPoHitonI
It I must ml t be remembered that the rela relation relation reintion ¬
tion which Cuba occupies toward thetiiitecl the thoUnited thelnited
United States State and which Is fixed fxed in the theinsular theinsular
1 insular Constitution Consttuton is a species speces of wnrd wnrdhhip wnrdhip wardihip
hhip hip It I relieves relevcs Cuba uba from tho burden burdenof
of maintaining nn army arm and ad a navy navyFor navyFor navyFor
For this exemption exempton from fror the gravestresponsibilities gravest gravestresponsibilities grvest grvestrCponlibitrR
responsibilities rCponlibitrR which under normal normalconditions normalCoflditiOfls
conditions condiions preps upon an Independent IndependentStato Independenti independentState
i State rlio hiss raid plld next to nothing for forof forof forof
of coune COlne the cenjion cion of n couple ouple of coal coaling coaliu coaljug ¬
jug iu btntioriK cannot cannotbedeemcd cnnnot holmrd borjeenied an equiva eqilivalint equivalent equ a allnt ¬
lent llnt Yet Y It nlthougbfihc nlthouglthchas has no military militaryor miitnry miitnryor
or naval budget hudc to 0 provide provide for requir requiring rrquirIn reqilirlog ¬
log In only onlY1 onya a police ple torc forcOfor forcforthe lfotthe the preserva preservation prelerva prelervaton preservalion ¬
lion ton of internal order Cubit rubl so long longus
us IR she he remains nn independent Indepndelt Stub Stubhas Stale Stalehas StatehiA
has hiA exclusive oxll ie control < onlrol of her customs customsrevenue IUIIII IUIIIIreenl titstoiiisrevenue
revenue reenl From that t hit sourro lourro mainly mlh is isivrxl il ilol isI isfI
fI ivrxl ol the tl means melnK tneat of itipporting II pprtnK tho thoinsular thoinulul theinsular
I insular Government OoermeIL Without Wihout the in income 11 11come inI ¬
I come from fror customs lUtOI1 it would be im impracticable ImIJIticable unjracticahIe ¬
practicable IJIticable for Cuba uba to make both bth ends endsmeet ondsmeet endsI
I meet meet Yet Y ct it i is obvious that if she bo bocamo boclme beeamo
camo clme a State in our Union tnion she Ihe would wouldceiifio wouldIO wouldii
ii I cease IO to draw drw draw a I penny pnny nny from frm her custom customhouses CUltOI customd
d houses hou eg This single lilgle consideration consideraton suf suffices suffcol sufC ¬
C fices fcol to explain why h a 1 large majority majorityof
I of intelligent intelhlcnt Cubans Cuban are rc satisfied satRted with withthe withthe withc
c r the existing exiRtinl political poltrll status muus of their theirinland theiriland theirI
inland and Ind desire d irc no closer dOlcr connection connectionwith connectionith nncctionwith
with ith our Republic RepublicThere
I Republc RepublcTher
1 1I There Ther is no f doubt un n clement clement in iho ihoCuban I he hoCuban heCuban
Cuban population populaton which at lt various times timeshim timoshll tuneshits
him hll shown Illown itself favorable to annex annexation annexaton annextlon ¬
ation aton We refer rtfer to the sugar sU ar planters plnnterl If Ifthey Ifthey
they nre elated ht the prospect p pct of secur securing Bccurin securing ¬
ing in for their product prouCt a reduction rructon of only onlyIrt onlyf
d Irt f i nor TIr rent relt ent from tho thl th Uingloy IJinlley rates how how1Lr
1Lr
I
much more cagorlywould eagerly eagrly would they welcom welcomthe wrlnome wrlnomete weicomthe
the te complete exemption exempton from custom customduties custms custmsdute customduties
duties dute which they would obtain shouli shoulitheir Rhouldtheir ahoulttheir
their island become u State Stte in the Union UnionA
A moments reflection refecton should convinc convincthem convinc convincthem convinotheta
them however that tho theadmltlon ttoadrnisslon admission of the thesugar thel thesugar
sugar BUJar to the American market duty fre frewill freo freovi frewUl
will vi never bo b permitted prmite until unti the United UniteiStates UnitedSttes UnitetStates
States Sttes are arowilling wliling wiing to stifle Rtne their owi owicane owncane owicane
cane sugar and beet bet sugar industries IndustrieSo InduRtrel industriesSo
So long as 1 the principles principle of protection protectionism protcton protctonIsm
ism are ar allowed alowed to shape our nntlonti nntlontilegislation natonal natonalleglalatonand nationalegiBlationand
doubt tha thathose thntthose thuthose
legislation leglalatonand legiBlationand and there is no
those principles princples are now more firml firmlrooted frml frmlroote flrmlrooted
than the theever theever thoever
rooted roote in our political poltcol system
ever wore before beforeCongress Congress will wi novo novopermit nevorprmIt novopermit
permit prmIt our ou native natve producers producer of cam camsugar cne cnesugnr camsugar
sugar and beet sugar to be ruined by th thfree tho thofre thfree
free fre admission of Cubas competitiv competitivcommodity COl compotittvdcomtnodit pe l I ve vecommodlt
commodity commodlt > It has ha taken three year yearto yearto earl earlto
to secure lecure a a reduction reducton of 20 per cent fronthe from fromthe Ironthe
the Dingley rates for Cuban sugars supar T Tput To Toput Tput
put those thole sugars on tho free list by ni niannexation an anannexation atannexation
annexation of the island Illnnd would wOlld take tke i icentury a acentur u ucentury
century centuryThe centur centurThe centuryThe
The truth is II that neither the UnitetStates Unitet UnitedStates UnitetStates
States nor Cuba would ho benefited benefed lv lvpolitical by bypoltcl h hpolitical
political poltcl union As A for tho proposal of Mr MrKEWLANDS MrNEWLANDS Ir IrNEWLADS
KEWLANDS to mako Porto Poro Rico Hro a count countin cunty cuntyIn countin
in the annexed State of Cuba uba it is gro grotesquo jro jroteque gretesque
tesquo teque What possible pOlslble advantage wotiltthe wotilt wouldthe wotiltthe
the Porto Poro Ricans RcaM derive dervo from such Ilch u uchange i ichange 1 1chage
change chage in their political pollcl1 status At pros present preRent prosent
ent their thei export expor staples have nothing nothllJ ti tifear to tofear ttfear
fear from Cuban competition competitlol becuusi becuusithey beclule beclulethey becausithey
they enter our markets > duty free fre I IPorto I IPorto
Porto Poro Rico nco and Cuba were on the sarnipolitical sanv sanvpolitical Ral0 Ral0poltcl
political poltcl footing footn the former would bi biswamped ho hoswnmped bswamped
swamped by the superior resources resourcs o otho of ofthe othe
the latter later island islandWo ilad iladWe islandWe
We do not for a moment imagine that thathe thatthe thaithe
the joint resolution rsoluton offered olered by Mr lr NEWLANflS NEW NEWLANDS EW EWLNDS
LANDS LNDS will wi receive many man votes in tin tinSenate theSenate thuSenate
Senate Even the discussion dlsculsiol of his pro proposal propoal prolOstl
posal poal however is II calculated clculatNI to provoke provoktsuspicion provokesuspicion provoksuspicion
suspicion and resentment in Cuba Ye Yenothing Yet Yetnothing Yenothing
nothing is more certain Lr ln than thAI that wt wtmoan wemoan wimoan
moan to live Ivo up to the selfdenying lelfdenylng ordl ordlnonce ordlnac ordinanco
nonce nac embodied emboied in the Teller Teler resolution resolutionwhich re80luton re80lutonwhich resolutionwhich
that memorable memorabhnight memorablenight
which was passed plsed on memorble memorblenight
night in April Apri 180S Wo promised t tmake to tomake tc tcmake
make Cuba Cba free and ad independent ant antwe and andwe andwe
we shall shal remain faithful to the pledge pledgeNay pledgeNay pledgeNay
Nay if annexation annexaton should Rhoul be requested requestedby requeste
by Cuba herself herelf we should undoubted undoubtedreject undoubtedly undoubtedlyreject undoubtedlyreject
reject the petition petitionWill petton pettonWi petitionWill
Will Wi Mr 111 Chamberlain Triumph TriumphMr 1umph 1umphMr
Mr JOSEPH CHAMBERLAIN CHutERLAN recentl recentldeclared recnty recntydec recently recentlydeclared
declared dec red that he now felt fel assured Esurd of tin tinassent the theasent theassent
assent asent of the British Brtih electorate electorte to hi hiproposal hi hisproposal
proposal of a preferential preferental tariff tail What Whatif Whati
i if any are tho grounds on which his hi ex exprcssion expression I
prcssion prion of confidence cnfdenc is founded foundedIt
It I is I certain crain that before the exSecre exSecretary exSecr exSecretary
tary for the Colonies undertook underook a per pereonal pr preona personal
eonal eona canvass cVIS of the larger constituen constituencies cnsttuen cnsttuence constituendes ¬
des ce few expert exper observers observer of the situa situation situaton situntion ¬
tion ton believed beleved in the early or even in the thoultimate theultmate theultimate
ultimate ultmate success succs of his propaganda propagada It ItIs I ItIs
Is I true tre that from the outset he has hl had hadthe hadthe hadthe
the Premier on his side for Mr A J JBALFOUB JBAFUR JBArFotT1t
BALFOUB BAFUR while whie confining confning himself hmelf fortho for fortho forthe
tho present prent to the advocacy advocac of a re retaliatory r retaiiatory ¬
taliatory talatory tariff tarif and describing docrlblng the pro projected pro projected ¬
jected jece preference prferenc to the colonies as a in inopportune inopporune inopportune ¬
opportune opporune has accepted accpted the latter later pro proposal propsal proposal ¬
posal psal in i principle thereby confessing confessinga conf0sig conf0siga
a purpose purs to embody emboy it in law whenever whenevereuch wheneverBuch wheneversuch
such a course cure shall shal secern se m to him war warranted warrated warranted ¬
ranted rated by public publc opinion opinon The Te Premiers Premiersposition Prmiers Prmierspiton Premiersposition
position piton practically prActcly assured surd to Mr CHAM CHAMBERLAIN CHAMBERLIN CHAMflERLAIN ¬
BERLAIN BERLIN the more mor or loss avowed coop cooperation cooperton cooperation ¬
eration erton of ofthe the political poltcal machinery of the theConservative theCnsratve theConservative
Conservative Cnsratve party pay And Ad this thi notwith notwithstanding notwithstanding notwithstanding ¬
standing the secession Recsslol from the Cabinet Cabinetof
of such uncompromising uncomprmiing Free Traders Tradersas Trder
as 1 Mr C T RITCHIE RITCIE lately Chancellor Chancellorof Chaclor ChaclorI
OEOROE FnAN FnANcis FRANI FnANcis
I of the Exchequer Lord Lor
cis CS HAMILTON HUULTON lately Secretary Screay for forIndia forIndiA forIndia
I India and ad Lord Lr BALFOUR OF o BCBLBIOH BCBLBIOHSecretary BUBLIH BUBLIHScretary BJtExanSecretary
Secretary Scretary for Scotland SclAnd The T seceders secederscarried Be secedesscarried cder cdercried
carried cried with wth them some minor members membersof membr membrof
of the Ministry and were understood undertood to tohave tohave tohave
have the hearty heary support suppor of Lord Lrd GOSCHEN GOSCHENand GOSCIEN OosduEand
I and Sir MICHAEL MIHEI HICKSBEACH HICKS EACH both bothof bothof bothof
of whom had occupied the post of ofChancellor ofCanoUor ofChancellor
Chancellor CanoUor of the Exchequer in Unionist UnionistGovernments UnionistGoverments UnionistGovernments
Governments GovernmentsApparently Goverments GovermentsApprenty GovernmentsApparently
Apparently Apprenty the worst wort blow of all al was wastho Wl wasthe
the Duke of DEVONSHIRES DEVONSHIES resignation resignationof resigaton resigatonof
of the office ofce of Lord Lrd President of the thoCouncil theCounci theCouncil
Council Counci and acceptance acceptnce of tho headship headshipof
of the newly created Free Food League Leaguecomposed La Leaguecomposed ue uecmpBed
composed cmpBed entirely entrely of Unionists Union Ists for forthese forthee forthese
these thee proceedings proceelnps on his hil part seemed seemedto
to promise to Mr lr CHAMBERLAINS CrlUIBE mINs op opponents opponentl opponents ¬
ponents ponentl the control of the separate separte po political poUtcal poUtica ¬
Utica Utcal machine machie belonging blonginl to the LiberalUnionist Liberal LiberalUnionist Llbra
Unionist party In view of these inci incidents Inc mcidents ¬
dents which portended an irreparable irreparabledisruption ireparable ireparabledlsnlpton irreparabledisruption
disruption dlsnlpton of the Government Goverment forces forcesand forcesI forcesand
and in view vie of the apparent tendency tendencyof
I of the Liberals IJheral1 to reconsolidation reconsoldaton on a aFreo nFrle aFro
Fro Frle Trade Trde platform It looked looke for a time timeas tme tmeaR
as if Mr lr CHAMBERLAIN CnuIRFRA in spite of Mr MrBALFOURS MrBAIFOUt1S lr lrBAlFOURS
BALFOURS conversion was WI doomed to todefeat todefet toiefeat
defeat defeatWe defet defetWe iefeatWe
We cannot hut recognize that theomens the theomens theomenR
omens arc decidedly decdedly more favorable to tothe tothe tothe
the exSecretary AxSecret < ry for the Colonies Colonlcl than thanthey thnl thaflthey
they were a month or two ago In tho thofirst thofrt thefirst
first frt place tho loyalty loyal of his fellow felow towns townsmen townsmrn townsmen ¬
men mrn in Birmingham mrmln ham which was for atilite a atime
time only siispectedhas fpcctchnf been conclusively conclusivelydemonstrated conclfively conclfivelydemoltrated conclusivelydemonstrated
demonstrated In the second
demoltrated fecond place placehis pIneohis 110Cchis
his reception recepton at public publc meetings meetn in GIns Glasgow Gas Gasgow GInsgow ¬
gow Newcastle Xewclcte and other grout rat centres centresof centresof
of industry Industr and trade has ha been indis indisputably Inrll Inrllputably inchisputably ¬
putably more enthusiastic enthuRiwtc and encourag encouraging encour encourI eneouraging ¬
ing In than that subsequently RuhRcqucnty given iven to his hispolitical hiBpoltif11 hispolitical
I political poltif11 opponents oppnent In some Iome instances instanceshis Instancef
his antagonist anta onlsU have found it difficult difficultto difcult difcultto difficijlto
to obtain a hearing harinl In the third place placetho plntI placethe
I tho exSecretary ex ecrelal for the Colonies has 11 se sepurcd Reruret socured
cured ruret unexpected ulxpolted support fupprt from not a afow afcw
I few representatives of the manufacturing manufacturinginterest manufacturinginterett
intrr interest t who hitherto hihcrto have hlo been bcel asso associated assoiateI ¬
ciated with tho Liberal Lihrrl party In tho thofourth thofnllh ti tiIntnthi
I fnllh fourth place n belief helof In a 1 drift of public publicDpinion publc publcopinion publicoiinion
opinion toward a preferential prefomntal tariff tarlI ran ranilono rauII cottalone
nlon alone account for a revolution rcouton in the theattitude theatitude theattitude
II atitude attitude of the Iomlon Imdun Daily Dai1ai UaiI which whichfrom whiehfrom wlui h hfrom
from n vehement opponent has hm become becomeno l1f ole oleono
ono > no of the most strenuous of Mr lr CIIAM CIIAMRERLAIVS CnA CliA1nFniADs I IREnLI
REnLI RERLAIVS S coadjutors coadjutorf A change chan e is it also alsojbhcrvablo nlsoohfervahlo alsouhscrvallo
ohfervahlo jbhcrvablo in the tone ton of tilts til StandardIlie Standardthe Standard Slandardthe
the organ or nl of oltlfiishloned oidfllhionc Conserve ConHurvaives Comwrvutel Conserveives
tel ives which only thin tl other lther day Iln admitted admittedhat admited admitedthat admittedLhtat
hat thore are grounds gloundf for taking taklnp mivis mivisiros 011 011UrlR masurea
UrlR urea to abate hostile hOltle tariffs tlrlf if i we pan panThis rln rlnThis ctinlhls
This IB If tantamount to meeting metng Mr fr CIIAM CIIAMHEIILAIN CnulREmAI CiittREI1LAIN
HEIILAIN halfway IllfwaYi for by upholding Mr MrUAivounR MrBATOtYnn fr frBAuOmR
BAuOmR UAivounR schema lehel0 of a retaliatory retalatory tariff tariffhe tMII tariffhe
the he Standard helps helpl to t keep kep in power pwer a aPremier aPremior aPremier
Premier who has virtually irual avowed avowOI an anntention anintenton anintention
intenton intention of going a step further and andinaugurating andinallultng andInaugurating
inallultng inaugurating a preferential prcferental tariff trif when whenover whenever whenever
ever such a 1 move shall shallm seem seem opportune opportuneEven opprune oppruneLen opportuneEven
Even more significant sigifcnt of an unwilling unwillingness unwiinr ¬
ness on the part par of oldfashioned oldfnsWonol Con n nc
c
Borvatlvos RoratvC to t break up their partyisth partyisthsurprising party pry Is th thBurprtelng the thesurprling
surprising surprling announcement announcment made mae by Si SiMICHAEL Sir SirMICHAEL S1MICUAFtJ
MICHAEL HICKBUKACH HIKsUEAcn that ho accept acceptMr accept acceptMr
Mr HALFOUIIH retaliatory retulatory programme programmeIf progamme progammeIf
If there IH II n man in the Conservntiv Conservntivparty Conseratve Conseratvepnrt Conservativdporty
who it could b brelied brelied
party pnrt WHS WiS supposed SUPPORe cud
relied rolcl upon not to afford aloId oven indirect indlreccountenance indirectLuntenanco indireccountenztnco
countenance to Mr lr CiiAMHEnLAiN CIA mEnLIN i iwas It IWas I IWIA
was WIA Sir MICHAKL IJIAI L yet et It seems seeml that even evoiho evenhe evelhe
he has made up MB hi mind to float foat will willtho withthe witithe
the tide Under the circumstances crclmstnncts w wshould we weshould wshould
should not bo surprised Hnrprl e to see sle Lori LoriOOSCIIEN lrd lrdGOSCIEN LoreGoscIIE
OOSCIIEN GOSCIEN provo equally equaly tractablp trctblp ant antif and andIf amit
if the Duko of DEVONBHIRE could bo b per persunded pcrsUlded persunded
sunded sUlded to resume tho post of Lord Pros Prosident Prol Proldent Prosdent
dent of the Council Counci the Free Food Foo Leagu Leaguwould Lague Laguewould LeaguWotlll
would bo likely lkely to collapse colape and the re roconsolidation reconloldaton reconsolidation
consolidation conloldaton of the Unionist Unionilt part partcould party partycould lartcould
could scarcely bo far distant diltant With both botlthe boththe botithe
the Conservative Conservatve and LlboralUnlonls LlboralUnlonlspolitical LberalUnionist LberalUnionistpoltcl LiboralUnlonispolitical
political poltcl machines operated on n his be behalf b behalt
half Mr CHAMBERLAIN CJA IERLN might face ai aiappeal an anallpol atappeal
appeal allpol to t the electors elector with a a reasonable reasonablprospect reasonableprolpct reasonabldirOsPeCt
prospect prolpct of victory victoryThere victoryThero victoryrhero
There is now however but littli littliground lto ltoground littliground
ground for dissolu dissolution dissalulion
expecting expectng an early diAolu diAolution
tion of Parliament Parlament The now nc positioi positioitaken pOHlton pOHltontaln positlottaken
taken by Sir MICHAEL HICKHHKACH HCKRBI Acn in indicates inclcates indicatcs
dicates clcates that Mr lr BALKOUR can rely re upon upoian uponnn upotIn
an adequate majority in tho House o oCommons of ofCommon oCommons
Commons even without tholt tho coajwrntloi coajwrntloiof perltlon perltlonof
of tho Irish Nationalists This however howevercan
Irsh 1utonnIRtR
can bo obtained ohtllnmi If the Government Goverment shah shalbring shahhring hal
bring hrin in bills bils for the relief relef of ngricul ngricultural ngriculturl ugriculttiral
tural turl laborers in Ireland and for the en endowment endowment endowntent
dowment of an Irish Catholic Catholc teaching teachingUniversity teachingtrrelity teacliingUniversity
University trrelity Meanwhile Meanwhie the signs flgn an nrcthat anthat arethat
that with wih every month Mr lr CHAMBER CHAMBERLAIN 1ittinEu14AIN ILUIER ILUIERJIN
LAIN JIN will wi make additional nddilonal converts convert U Uhla to tohis t this
his plan p Ian of a preferential prcferental tariff tariffFtirimcths tarI tarIFUIU8tth8 tarilTEtirtiseths
FUIU8tth8 Ftirimcths Illarkllst IllarkllstTho IHarklhtThe IllacklistTue
The last hours houl of the parliament parlament of th thAmerican the theAmericn thtAmerican <
American Americn Federation Federton of Labor at foster Bostoiwere Dostonere fosterwere
were ere saddened Iaddened by b dread oracles orclcR fron fronCalifornia fromCaloria fronCalifornia
California Caloria Mr FURUSETH Fnus Tn organize organizeof orgaizer orgaizerof
of the San Francisco Jracisc Seamens Samens Union Unionuttered Unionuttered Unionuttered
uttered these mysterious words wordsI
worcl worclllel
I llel tell you ou and I want wan I to leave these words nrs will willjou willyou lb lbJOU
jou that IhAllbere there Is In the Senate a party pAri without wlhoul i iname a aIAme s sname
name IAme that deliberately delberalel and with lh malice malce afore aforethought aloretbouibt atonethought
thought step by b step aIel Is t taklne tAkli laktn from lrm the worklni worklnipeople worklnpeoplo orklnrpeoplo
peoplo every eler right rrhllhe the men en have and that Iballs li crcnt crcntInr era eralac enent1n
Inr 1n conditions condlons which blcb will 11 make all your our Icglslatloi IcglslatloiIn leilslAlon leilslAlonIn
In other directions of no use useBy us usfy useBy
By fy the working people peple Mr Fun FuntSETH fR fRUSETI FunUSETII
tSETH USETI means men the members of tho laborunions labor laboiunions I Iunion
unions union It has ha been generally generly believed believedthat bcleved bclevedthat believedthat
that those thee fortunate forunato individuals Individual have haveconsiderably haveconiderably haveconsiderably
considerably coniderably more rights privileges privilegesprerogatives prhilegesprerogatvos privilegesprerogatives
prerogatives prerogatvos and Immunities Immunitie than tha the thegreat thegreat thegreat
great unorganized Who 11 and whatcan whatcantho what cart cartthe ca1
the malicious malcous party pary be that is stripping strippingthem strpping strppingthem strippingthem
them of their rights rightsSome rightsSome rightsSome
Some small smal hints hlnts Mr FunusETH Funu8ETI was wasgood wasood wasgood
good ood enough to give Ho mentioned aa aaSenators a asScnnton
Senators Snatos who whoshould should bo b watched with wih the thegreatest thegreatest thegreatest
greatest care Mr HANNA HA NA of the Civic CivicFederation CivicFedcrtion CivicFederat
Federation Federat Fedcrtion ion Mr fr LODGE LDGE of Massachusetts MassachusettsMr IMsachusets IMsachusetslr
Mr lr PLATT PLT of Connecticut and Mr Mon MORGAN MonOA MonOAN ¬
GAN OA of Alabama AlabamaAs
As a result rsult of Mr Ir FunusETHs revela revelations revelatons rcvelations ¬
tions tons tho executive executve committee commitee of the thelegislation thelegillaton theleghulation
legislation legillaton committee com mit eo of the Federation Federationof
of Labor Lbor was Wa reappointed to follow followlabor folow folowlabor followlabor
labor legislation legislaton and Lnd watch the malicious maliciousparty malcious malciouspary maliciousparty
party pary in Washington WMhlngon Some of the dele delegates delegates dolegates ¬
gates kicked They said that there was waano Wl Wlno wasno
no need of this executive executve committee committeeand commitee commiteead committeeand
and ad nothing for it to do They Te forgot that thatWashington thatWnhlngon thatWashington
Washington Wnhlngon is a pleasant ple at place plac of rod residence rll rlldenc roddonce ¬
dence denc for on a executive executve committee commitee even ovenIf evenIf evenif
If there is i nothing for it to t o execute Theyforgot They Theyforgot Te Teforgot
forgot that the representatives reprsentatveR of the thoFederation theFederation theFederation
Federation possess pORess an undefined undefned but im impressive impretlve impresalve ¬
pressive pretlve power which is duly reverenced reverencedin reverenc
in the White House and ad the Capitol CapitolTho Capitol CapitolThe
Tho four suspected Senators Snators must musttremble musttremblo musttremble
tremble to feel f011 that the eyes of the exec executive executve ozecutive ¬
utive utve committee commitee are upon them A few fewmoro fewmore fewmore
more I could name said Mr lr FURUSETU FURUSETUdarkly FURUBETdarkly FURUSETHdarkly
darkly He will wi name them if they theydont theydont theydont
dont turn tur over a new leaf leafThis leaf leafTitle
This censorship cnsorhip over the Senate Snate is a asublime aRublme asublime
sublime Rublme institution institutionThe inttuton inttutonThe institutionThe
The Church Attendance otendnDce CengutThe Census CensulThe CensusThe
The census of the church attendance attendancein atendace atendacein
in the district diltrct of Manhattan lahat Island to the thonorth thenorth thenorth
north of Central Park and to t the west westdown wet wetdow westdown
down dow to Eightyfirst Eightyfrt street stret taken tken on onSunday onSunday onSunriny
Sunday Nov 15 may be regarded reparde aa aaapproximately asapproximately
approximately accurate for the return returnof returnof returnof
of churchgoers churchloer proportionately to the thepopulation thepopulaton thepopulation
population populaton of the region re ion is i about the thesame thesnme thesame
same as n that shown by a similar simiar census censusfor censusfor censusfor
for the whole borough taken tken a year ago agoThat ngoThat agoThat
That is II less than a quarter of the pop population populaton population ¬
ulation ulaton are ar to be b found In the churches churcheson chlrches chlrcheson
on Sunday SundayIn
In London the percentage prcentage of church churchattendance churchattendace churchattendance
attendance attendace as 1 enumerated enumerate by b the Daily DailyXeics Daiy DaiyCU8 DailyNews
News CU8 of that town was wa about the same sameIn RamoIn sameIn
In Boston BOltn where a similar Imlar census cnsus is isabout Isabut isabout
about abut to bo taken tken the results r0ults are not notlikely notlkely notlikely
likely lkely to he far different differentIn diIerenL diIerenLIn
In this thit uptown district diltr rt of Manhattan Manhattanit fanhnttn fanhnttnit
it was found that women were in a great greatmajority Ireat Ireatmajorty greatmajority
majority majorty among monl the attendants altndllts That Thnttoo Thattoo Thattoo
too is lf the general experience In the thoRoman theRomln theRoman
Roman Romln Catholic Catholc churches they the wore woretwothirds woretwothirds weretwothirds
twothirds of the whole in 11 tho Protes Protestant Prtcs Prtcstnnt Prctostant ¬
tant 500 percent per cent Women ornennnd and childrentogether children childrentogether chilren chilrentogetlr
together togetlr made up 734 4 per cnnt of the theRoman thenoman thefloman
Roman Catholic Catholc attendance atendanlo nnd Ind 07 per percent perccnt er ercent
cent ccnt of the Protestant Protcstant The whole num number number numher ¬
ber of men in tho churches on that fine fineNovember fne fneNovembr fineNovcmriher
November Novembr Sunday Sun ay was only 29283 both bothProtestant bothProttstnnt bothProtestant
Protestant Prottstnnt and unc Catholic Catholc out of n total totnlpopulation totalpopuiltion totalpopulation
population of the district estimated o < limatod at at438O5
438005 43805 In tho Catholic Cathole churches the thepercentage thepercenta theerCefltflgO
percentage erCefltflgO e of men was about 205 in 11 tho thoProtestant thoProtestnt theProtestant
Protestant Protestnt about t a20 a20At i2DAt 2 2At
At all al times time the pillar piur of the Church has hasboon hasbeen hasbeen
been tho religious rel iouR faith fuih of women omen but butprobably butprhablr butprobablY
probably prhablr never lCcr before to as great an anextent ancItCnt aneztent
extent cItCnt as it is II now In this district distrct of ofManhattan ofIanhatnn ofManhat
Manhattan Manhat Ianhatnn 14111 males and females femnle in the thopopulation thepopulation theitopultttion
population worn 01 not far fil apart uplrt in number numbern numbelII
II iii n 1900 100 or 203540 2 40 males to 218485 females femalesyet femlle femlleret femalesyet
yet twothirds twothircf of the church attendance attendancewas atendance atendanceWIR attendancewas
WIR was made ludo up U of women womenOf wOlon wOlonOf womenof
Of tho iniilo population 70230 were wereforeign wereI werefit
foreign forcn fit reign Iwrn horl and of the t lie fciniiles felule feuiud eu 7H842 7H842Of 78t2Of 71842f
I Of f course the t ho census 1n nstis < UR could lull give gle us no nostntihtics notntht tie tietatiht
stntihtics tntht tatiht ics as a to the t he nationality nltlonnltl of the at otIcndnntH attendantI atteriduints
tendantI IcndnntH so thnt wo nr nrn unable Inablo to do domore doloe doiioo
more loe limn I guow ue as to the percentages percentagesof pcrlonta pcrlontaIf
If of tho native and all lieu 111 foreign foreipn born hol hut butIhe huttho hutI
lie I fact flct thnt I huat of the total tOlalatendlle uttendanco 02 02l G2per 02Ier
per l r cent enL or 02Jll O 1221 ll I out nlt of a total tot 1 of 100 100ItOl 10 100hiOl
101 ItOl weront wcr were at the tll Human HOnnn Catholic Cntholo churches churcheswould church08wOlld churchestoilkl
wOlld would Boom Icm to imfioato ufintl that tho per pnrteiitact plr plr1lt perdeiitngo
teiitact 1lt < f of the t he foreign ford n m I is much the thegroat tbogrolt thegreat
great grolt or orTho fr frTho erlhun
Tho largest Inrglll attendance nUrnrlnte nt the churches churchesnot churchenot
not Roman Catholic Catholo was nt nl the Episcopal EpiscopalCS7 Episrpl EpiscopalU6S7
9687 CS7 with the Methodist next 0801 681 and andthen nndthon andthen
then the Presbyterian Presbteran 6279 627 6271 the Haptist Haptist3ri9fl Bnptst Ilaptist3cin
3ri9fl 316 and the Lutheran 3256 32 It Is sug ¬
gestive g0tve that th t in the two Christian Chrsta Soiancchurches Solono Solonochurches Solec Solecchurche
churches churche of the region wan wa tho largest largesattendance largestatendac largestattendance
attendance atendac among the other denomlna denomlnations deomin denotnlnations
tions tons that it was wal more than tha a quarto quartoof quarer quarerof
of the aggregate attendance attndanc on tin tinseventeen the theseventeen thiseventeen
seventeen Episcopal churches churcho and wa waonly WM WMonly wiuonly
only a third thir Eplswp loss le8 than the aggregate ii iitho in inthe Icthe
the twelve Baptist aptst churches churche though tin tinactual the theactua thactual
actual actua Christian Chrsta Science Scienc memborehi memborehiis membrhip membrhipis
is only about abut oneseventh onseventh that of th thEpiscopal tho thoEpiscopal thEpiscopal
Episcopal and onethird onethir that of thi thiBaptist the theBaptst thBaptist
Baptist Baptst The inference inferenc would seem to t b bthat b bethat
that there is at least lent much mllh curiosity curosity a ato M Mto uuto
to Christian Chrstan Science ScienceThe Scenc ScienceThe
The ho statistics IttlstC as a whole are a re repeated repeatc repeated
peated peatc demonstration demonstrton of the fact that liNew li In InNew IcNow
New York as in London Lndon moro mor thai thaithreefourths thanthrefourths tharthreefourths
threefourths threfourths of the population ppulaton are flog noglectful neglectful flogleetful
lectful of public publc religious relgous worship worshipTILLSAXS worshipTIL worshipTILLMIINSJIEAS
TILLSAXS TIL TILLMIINSJIEAS IDEAS lJfAS WRONG FrflOVGJudge WROOJud5e WRONGJudge
Judge fiprer Spetr Saps SIJt Ui the Shotgun Policy Polo Po1le Tow Towrcl To Toard Towant
ant rcl Negroes Nelrot8 Is Wild Wid Talk TalkSAVANNAH Tlk TlkSAVANNAH IalkSAVANNAH
SAVANNAH SAVANNAH Oa Nov No 24 24Eward 24Edward Edward J Wll WllHam Wi WilHam
Ham lam and ad Frank Frall MoRse lcRe of Valdosta who wen wenIndicted wer wereIndicted
Indicted Indlct for holding holdig negroes mgrs In i peonage peonagepleaded ponag peonagepleaded
pleaded guilty guit to the thirteen thirtn charge chargeagainst chargesagainst cbargeuagainst
against them in th the United Slates Court Courltoday Curt Curttoay Courttoday
today and nd were sentenced Icnteod by the Court tc tcpny topy tepay
pay py a fine fe of 12000 120 2000 In i two of tho cases cs Ben Bentenco Sn Sntcnc Sentenco
tenco tcnc was W suspended suspnde In i tho remaining remainingeleven rmaining rmainingtleven remainingeleven
eleven elevenIn tleven tlevenIn
In Imposing ImpRinl sentence fntonc Judge Speer Sper spoke spokeon
on the return rturn of the indictments Indlcment which whch he heeald helald hesaid
said lald indicated Indictd an absence absnce of race rac preju prejudice prejudic projudice ¬
dice dic which wan WI most mOt commendable cmendble He Hepaid Hepaid Hepaid
paid hb h respects to Senator Snator Tillman Tima whose whoserecent whoa whoserucerut
recent rCnt utterances uttmnC1 rfpctl on the race rac problem prblem heIcciared he hedeclared hedeclarcd
declared did not express expr the sentiment ntmelt ol olSouthern ofSouther olSouthern
Southern Souther Rotttlemen INltemen He said saidNow fd fdNow saidNow
Now there Is a peculiar pcull obligation oblgaton upon uponour upn upnour uponOur
our Southern Houthr white whit people to do all al we con confor c canfor
for the betterment ltrment of this race rc which la laainonK I isamong
among alon us which was formerly servile Irlo and andyet andyet andyet
yet which forms for BO B Important imprtat a part pt of our oureconomy ourconomy oureconomy
economy Most rost of them are ar Ignorant Ignorantmany Ignoratmany ignorantninny
many of them are ar degraded degrntd but but It Is the theChristian theChrltln theChristian
Christian Chrltln duty of every white whie man ma in the theSouth theSouth theSouth
South to do all a1 he can c to t glvo the negro negr a afair afall afair
fair fall chance chnnceI chalce chalceI
I know the kindliness klndlnts and ad the considerate consideratetemper cnslderto cnsldertotemper consideratetemper
temper of tho Southern SOUl hem people peple toward towar the thonegroes thAIwgro thengroes
negroes Iwgro They are the very best bst friends friendsthe friendsth friendsthA
the th negroes negros have They give Ilve them wi 11 op opportunity opportunlty opportunity ¬
portunity to t live lc an n opportunity to t work worknt worklt workat
nt lt any alY trade trle they protect them and tho thonegro thonegro thionegro
negro will il feel feellofe safe In n submitting IubmlttllS any case caseto c caseto
to a jury composed of Southern gentlemen gentlemenno gentemen
no 10 matter cmpe how serious selouR tho charge charg Some Sometalk SomeUilk Sometalk
talk wildly wldl and ad extravagantly etralat about Ibout the theshotgun theshotgu theshotgun
shotgun shotgu policy polcy but ut they do not represent representthe rprent rprentthe
the gentlemen gentpmen of the South SouthAa SouthAs SouthAs
As Senator Sntr Tillman TimU lectured IEturd here her only onlylast onlylst onlylast
last lst Friday Frday night nl h and nn advanced advaod tho tl shot shotgun shotWi shotgun ¬
gun Wi theory ther there ther Is no doubt about abot Judge JudgeSieerH JudgeSpenrl JudgeSpoors
Spoors Spenrl reference refernc In fact fac ho told toldfriends tld tldfrlendM toldfriends
friends that tat ho meant meat his remark remarks to t apply applyto
to the Senator SenatorThe Senatr SenatrTe SenatorThe
The Te Lake Jun nn of Seneca SenHa eneea Lake LakeTo LakeTo ke keTo
To THE EoiTon EDTOR OF THE SuSir Sux Sir Tour Tourarticle Youraticle Tourarticle
article aticle in THE TiE Suv of Sunday Bunda regarding th thunexplained the theunexplained theunexplained
unexplained noises In various lakes deltas deltasand deltl8 deltl8and deltasand
and other 01 her bodies of water Is extremely etremely In Interesting Interestnr interesting ¬
teresting terestnr to me for you ou begin by b mentioning mentioningthe mentonlnr mentonlnrthe nienttonlnthe
the lake gun of Seneca Lake In New York Yorkon Yorkon
on the banks of which lak lake my early earl life lfe llf was waspofispd waspaMld waspassed
passed pofispdThe paMld passedThe
The article atcle says that t bat such noises nollls are un unaccounted unaccounte onaccounted ¬
accounted accounte for and that no 10 one seems to have havebeen havebeen havebeen
been In their vicinity vldnly at the time tme of th the ex explosion nploslon cxploslon ¬
ploslon I cnn disprove this statement In at ntleast atleast atleast
least one Instance I remember rememblr when a little llttluirlrl l littlegirt 10 10Ild
girt Ild that rn my I brothers uni nn other boys were wereskating Ifre Ifreskntng cre creskating
skating skntng on the lake opposite opposie licnevu One Oneof 01 01or Oneof
of my m brothers brother who was In advance of the therest thorest therest
rest was D suddenly 8uddlnly startled startell to see SCf a 1 short dis distance distancE dislance ¬
lance tancE ahead of him hlmsnml small blocks and fragments fragmentsof fragmentsof
of Ice fly t upward In n broken brokel masses mDsen followed followedby folowd folowdb foilowtdby
by b a stream siram of water shooting In the Ihl air ns nsdoes ni astoes
does the wuter of a fountain This demon demonstration demol demonstration ¬
stration was Wl accompanied < by b n I loud report or ordetonation ordetonalon ordetonation
detonation detonalon One may Imagine hnaiin how quickly quicklythe Quicklythe quicklythe
the lad curved crVd away aW from the vicinity of the thenubmnrlnp IhoAlbmnrln thesubmarine
submarine Albmnrln dinturliaiofi dl8turhl ICA and started starld for home homehis homehis homehIs
his fellows following in rapid and eager haste hasteto
folowing
to escape esclpe telows the danger danKtras as well wel ai a eagr to astound astoundthe Istound Istoundth astoundthe
the th village llag8 by their wonderful tale tnleThere tall taleThere
There Thlr Is no reason rluson to suppose that the lads Indspoce ladsspokE ladsspoke
spokE spoke poce anything but the thl truth lrth but heightsare heights heightsare heightsarl
are arl creator Irfalfr to children chidren than to grown Irown people peoplennd peoplenl1 peopleand
nnd nl1 and what seemed IPemed to them a tremendous trlrendOUR ox oxplosion cxploslon x xploslon
ploslon may have been a small smal one anI Still Htl the thefact thAact thefact
fact act remains rIllnn that there thtr was W S nn In explosion explosionof Ixplonlon Ixplonlonor
of some sort and find that the Ihl Impact of water waterand watcrnllse waterinel
and gases probably broke the Ire and sent pnt It Itflying Itlng itfltng
flying nllse lng In the air The tale tal was WIS taken seriously seriouslyAnd serlouslInd seriouslyand
And Ind no ono 011 ever thought Ihoulht of doubting roublng thestatement the thestatement thestaltment
statement staltment of these lhee boys who bo were known knowl to tobe tobe tobe
be truthful n C CXEW M MNEW i iNEW
NEW YOHK onx Nov Xo Xono 21 21lion 21flow
lion no to Make Theatre Theltre ProiperoM ProiperoMTo ProperoTo
To TDK ua EDITOR EDTOR or di r TUB Sen SINSr SCS51r Sir H HI I ie not to tobe 1 tobe
be aAiumed umed that the bad times tmeA In the theatres theatresare
are due to any unwllllngneM unwlnrneM of people pople to pay 12 12for 2 2lor 2for
for the bent seati eal for tintclass productions producloas I Iam 1am Iam
am confident eonnenllhAllbey that they are ar ready to 1 pay Ia that price priceprovided pree preeprollded priceprovided
provided prollded of course eoure Die Ih remainder rmainder of the house houseIs houe houeI houseis
Is I told atd at allower lower prices prces rear rer orchestra orbealra caU aeal at alI5 ttSO ttSObalcony 150 150balcony
balcony at llSO Sr iZO 1100 10 100 and 75 cents rnl taller raler at M tocents Mrents 5
rents Cot nut the managers mAoarer must mut mAke It I a point plnl to toadvertise 10adnrlse toadvertise
adnrlse advertise that all alsat seats are areon on sale ale from the box boxomce boxomceon office officeonly omenonly
only on that no seats seAt are on sale at hotels boles on the thaildewalk IheIldewAlk theaidewsik
ildewalk or I at t any an other place except exeepllbe the box bx office officethe omceIbe officethe
the place plae seats eat should be raid ld from fromIn lrm lrmIn fromIn
In these Iheo days of the telephone It I Is absolutely absolutelyimecessary abslulely abslulelyUneeeSAr absolutelytIneceuary
imecessary UneeeSAr to 1 place plae any an seat seats sel In hotels botl except exceptto
to fool the public pUble and rive rve an extra profit proll to 1 the themanagers Ibemanarer themanaera
managers manarer and that Ih the sidewalk speculator speculalr can ca be beobliterated beoblterAled beobliterated
oblterAled obliterated the late Augustln Augusln Daly showed showedIt
It has been my m experience experenee and also ala that of several severalpersonal severalpersonal eTeralprsonal
personal prsonal friends lrend lo go to a box office ore and ask for forteats lorIals forleats
teats Ials within wlhln ten rows rw of ollhe the stage alse only oal to 1 be told toldthat toldIhal toldthat
that there WM nothing except the last row Wa Wahad Webad Ve Vehad
had only to 1 walk to I the nearest hotel and be told toldto toldI toldto
to I wait WAi a minute while wile the attendant altndt telephoned telephonedwith tlephoned tlephoned1lh telephonedsith
with 1lh the result reulihal that he Informed us we could have havealmost bavealmosllbo hatealmost
almost almosllbo the pick of ollhe the hoflse at KM r or 13 Sper 3 per seat seatThis aal aalTbl aeatThis
This Tbl device the public pUblo are on to and ad they tbeyoal will willonly wIllonly
only oal pay py these prices preu when they ban to entertain entertainwhich entraIn entraInhleh entertainwhIch
which hleh Is I not often oftenBesides alienReide oftenliesides
Besides Reide managers give ile away too 10 many may free freeseats tree5eat freeSeats
seats 5eat to 1 people with wlh socalled s aed pulls pull like lke pub publishers pub1bor pubIlibers ¬
lishers 1bor and advertisers adlerlser In programmes prarmme 4o 0 who whodistribute whodistribute ho hodlstnbule
distribute these Ihes free seats atia to their friends In ends and so sospoil 8 8apol sotpoil
spoil apol people for paying p lnl their Ilelr way wayLet wa waIel waslct
Let the managers treat the public pUblc fair sir and square squareno aquae aquaeno
no free seats to any an one seats stat sold sld from trm the box boxoffice boxomee boaomce
office only onl nil ni deadheads deAd bed speculators Apeculalr and hotels hotelscut boll hotelscut
cut outand oUIad theatres Ilealro will wi thrive Ibrle again provided providedIhe prvded prvdedIbe
the shows warrant w aranllhe the support suppr of Dllhe the public publicNEW publc publcSsw publicSaw
NEW YORK YOIII Nov No 23 s Fnou ExraMgNCK ExraMgNCKDefects EJraIUICK EJraIUICKPefocI ExnnigiecitDefect
Defects PefocI In Our PaNic patlc School Education EducationTo EdnutoD EdnutoDTo
To THE TRr EDITOR or THE TIK SUM I ScyStr > NSlr Sir I have had hadexperience badtxperlence hadexperience
experience of boys ho > s In business for many man years yearsboth reAUblh yearsbolt
both blh In England Enlland and Anliln In this country I have also alsohad all alsohad
had lad some Insight In lihllnlo Into school methods both English Englishand I Ingllshand nrlh nrlhAnd
and American and I am bound bund to say S that Ih with all allour al allour
our advancement and In spite ple of ollhp the vaunted su superiority supenIoflt u upenon ¬
penon periority I of our public pUblc schools the average product productIhey produclIhe productthey
Ihe they turn out Is far below beow the standard It should shouldreach abouldreach shouldreach
reach reachOne reachOne reachOne
One main reason rtA On for this I believe beleve lo be b found In Inthe InIht Inthe
the fact Iellhlt that the te schools are ar as a a rule rle attempting attemptingloo Alemplnr Alemplnrtoo
too much there are ae too many frills Irl on our educa educallonal educAtonal educailonni
llonal tonal system aslel too to many mlnl crotchets crolches are Introduced Introducedloo Inlrductd
too many man experiments In education educalon are ae tried lred The Theresults Thert Thpresults
rt results ul of these may tie Interesting Inlertln1 to pedagogues pedagoguesnd ptdalOiue
be useful tn I coming generations of
and nd may useul aentrAtons eMI chllilrrn cll eMImen
men hut while whie they Iho > are ae experimenting epnmenlnr present pre en day dayrhlldren da darhldrtn dayrhlldren
rhldrtn rhlldren arc often olen robbed of their birthright and andtent andenl andtent
tent out Into the world Ill I equipped for the work work3f workof uk
011110 011110I 3f life lifeI
I verily Ierl believe helne that Ilal there Iheo In I no country counlr In the theworld Ibewold theWOrld
wold world where Ihe boys and girls ell spell apell M badly as In Iniiir Inour Inrmr
iiir own The average AlrarO stenographer must have havei hal hals
s i dictionary dlclnao by her side Id Ihe averaje boy by cannot cannotHTltc cannolwrle cannotCniie
wrle HTltc a defent business letter Itler Ills I arithmetic Arlhmelc too tooli 100I tooIc
I li generaly lenerAll of ollle the most superficial kind kindA kindlo
A 5 for lo manners mannel boys seem to be turned out ou of ofvhool 01Mhool ofriiool
Mhool vhool with wlh none at alal all Insolence and discourtesy discourtesyUP dlouIN dlouINre discouitetsir
UP re the bitluc h dlc of their tribe The Te other day da for foriamilc lorrxmple foraempie
rxmple iamilc I was w kept waiting wlllnr several everll minutes at the therevolving Ihereolllnl therevolving
reolllnl revolving doorol door or a large lare public publc Institution IMII lon of learn leaning leAr learnlag ¬
lag ng because some young Olnr schoolboy ehoolbo rowdies were wererauslng wererausing er
ruslnr rauslng It to revolve so quickly that one could not notnler nOIenlr norenter
enlr enter with wlh safely Alel A gentle srnlc word of remonstrance remonstrancejrouiht rtmonllraneebrlurhl remonatrannebrounhi
brlurhl jrouiht nothing nolhlnl nnthin hut Inl a torrent of yahoolike aboolke gibes gibesXVe rbs rbsle gibesWe
XVe le should holll attempt nUtml1 less In our schools 5eh < l be more moreIhorough moreIhorOllh morethorough
IhorOllh thorough In what hal we d C do Above all al let us teach leah our ourichoolchlldrcn oureloolchldrrn ourrhoolchildrvn
ichoolchlldrcn eloolchldrrn manners anntr and courtesy courtesyNEW clre clreNrw Otlrtci OtlrtciNEW >
NEW Nrw VonK Yon onK Nov II i iTh AsatoAUKKtCAN AsatoAUKKtCANTh ANGIAw > alcIN alcINh
Th h Sew ew VorU nrk Aadlende AadlendeTo AndJqnTo adleneea
To a ice Tnr Emma l IIOR OK TUB RUN Slsr Smucfr < tfr What Is the thealter Ihemaltr thetnaUer
maltr tnaUer alter with wih New es York audiences lulttneel at this Ihl time timenur lme lmeFour timeFour
Four nur time within wlhln A week have ba I been In Carnegie Carnegielull l amerle1a1
1a1 lieu lull and been h rn murh annoyed hy h late comers comr noises noisesif noe noefr
fr rf if various vsrio arol kinds tnlliln Inllln tnlieinx hmhlnt Iurhlnr humming hu mmlnc and andKitting AndI andbesting
b besting lol time lme not only on I with will hands hlnds but b 1 also feet feetOne feetOnt 1 1Ont
I Ont also would think he were wer In a home for conlUmptlves con conlumptlves eODlumplle
lumplle lumptlves from lrm the great rr al amount amoUI of coughing coughingncsHiNo eoucbn coughIngIeaanea
ILcauINa ncsHiNo Nov No 22 c C W
WORLD AREAS AnMS AND POPULATION POPULATIONFresh POPULATIONFrsh
Fresh Frsh computations cmputtoM arc ar made every over yea yeaof yearof yeaiof
of the area ar of the total totl land lnd surface surfac of the thiearth thetrth thuearth
earth trth This Ti might seem scr at first frt glance glanceto
to be b neodlesn needlc8 labor labr but when wo 0 remom remomber remember remomher
ber that tho era er of discovery diover U I not quit quitcompleted quitecmpletd quitcompleted
completed cmpletd that new lands are now am amthen and andthen antthen
then brought brught Into Int view it In I evident that thathe thatthe thatthe
the figures fgre require ruir frequent fruont revision rviion Ai Aiimportant An AnImprant Arimportant
important addition to the area of the Amerl Amerlcan Amerlon Amencan
Imprant aditon ar
can on Arctic AoUo lands has h recently recnty boon bn madtby made madeby madeby
by Sverdrups Sverdrps discovery dicver of large islands islandsin IslandiIn Ilands IlandsIn
In the archipelago arohlplgo north of thin thi continent continentand contlnentjand contInentand
and the discoveries dlovorlo In In Victoria Vlotora Land Lnd havt havtconsiderably haecniderably hiavconsiderably
considerably cniderably Increased Incr the known lam lamarea landar lancarea
area ar In Antarctica AntarcticaThe Antrctc AntarcticaThe
The earlier erler figures fgre also alo require requir frequemrevision frequent frequentreviion frequenirevision
revision reviion for other reasons rCOD It I Is I not ai areasy aieasy aney
easy ey matter to obtain obtin the exact area of tin tincontinents thecntnent thucontinents
cntnent continents and Islands Ilnds with all al their largo Inrgtand largoand largeand I
and little IUle indentations indentton and prolongations prolongationsThe prolongatons prolongatonsTe
The Te great grt Irregularity Irrglrity of their forma forml com compllcates complct cornplicates
pllcates plct the problem and blunders blunder In the thicomputation thecmputtol thecomputations
computation cmputtol are now and then dlsooV dlsooVered dicov dicover discoverect
erect er which must be b rectified rctfe and It is im impossible Implble lnipoasible <
possible plble to obtain obtin more than an approxl approxlmate approx approxlmate
mate mt Idea Ide of the area of a continent cntnent or an arIsland anIland anisland
Island Iland until unti Its It coast Olt and geodetic geetc surveys Riirvcythave surveysha stirveychave
have ha ve been bn completed olploted with wih the greatest greatestrefinement greateslrefinement grltl8t grltl8trefnoment
refinement refnoment that scientific scentfo methods methos can at attain attain attam ¬
tain tam There ore many thousands thousnds of mlle mlleof 1111 1111of mnileiof >
of coast cast line lne where such surveys Iurvoy hove not notyot notyot notyot I
yot been ben undertaken We may therefore therefonexpect therefor thereforeexpeetas I
expect exptl expeetas as long as new lands lads are ar discovered discoveredas dlolerNI dlolerNII
as I old computations cmputtons and ad surveys sUloys need tobe to tobe tob
be b rectified recifed and as 1 surveys IUry are extended extendedand Ixtended Ixtendedand extendedand
and become Lcme more mor exact exac that frequent frquent re revisions reviRion rovisions ¬
visions viRion of our OU fgurcl figures for land areas artas will 1 be berequired b berequired
required requiredThe ruired requiredThe
The total ttl land ld area of the world all al the thocontinental theontlentl thecontinental
continental ontlentl islands lds being bing counted cunte with the thocontinent theontlent thecont1nont
continent ontlent as a given this year by tho lead leading led ledig leadlug ¬
lug ig German Oean authorities authorties Is I 52811373 square squaromiles squaremiles uare uaremies
miles mies In the past pat six yearn ytarl the area areaassigned area88Igne areaassigned
assigned 88Igne to t Europe Europ has hA Increased Inrled to 8910
110 10 square ur miles ml0 In other words that con centlnont continent cn cntlont ¬
tinent tlont Is I is now credited crUtc with Ith 123533 more moreequare loro loroequare snoresquare
equare miles mies of surface surfno than in 1807 a re result re8ult resuIt ¬
suIt that tht Is II chiefly chiefy due to the extension extenlion of ofcoast ofcat ofcoast
coast cat surveys sureYI along tho northern shores shoresof shorel shorelof
of Russia RUla to tothe the rectification rcifcton of other sun surveys lur lurey sunveys ¬
veys ey and ad to a small smal extent exent to the inclusion inclusionof Ilclllon Ilclllonof
of some me lands lads In the European Arctic Arto not nothitherto nothiherto nothitherto
hitherto hiherto counted cut because bcaule the information informationabout Informaton Informatonabut informationabout
about abut them was Wi too indefinite indefiniteIn Indefnit
In the same Ime period peio the area ara assigned Ilgl to toAsia toAsia toAsia
Asia has h increased IneeMN 15448 1548 square luaro miles mleA to
17231175 1723115 square sur miles mlp Africa Afrc with wih prac practically prc prctcly practically ¬
tically tcly no advance adac in I her he surveys lurveYl stands standsat stdl stdlat
at the old figure fgure of 11020170 160t70 square luar mile mileAmerica mil milestAmerica
America Amorlc including ioludlg the American AmercaD Arctic Arcttois Arcto ArctoI
is credited with 10308003 miles milesThe milesThe
I creit 113003 squaro sq ur uaro mlll
The South Polar which ln lnnlng
Suth regions are beginning begin beginning bt ¬
ning to appear appar as 8 an a entity entty in terrestrial terrestrialcalculations trratrll trratrllcclatons terrestrialcalculations
calculations are estimated to contain rntaln
cclatons tmRtc
259155 square squre miles mlll of known land ld surface surfaceand surfac surfaceand
and ad the discovery dicver of a little Itlo island islad or two twohas twoh twohas
has h added aded only twelve square suaro miles mies to t the thedomain Ihedomain theiomaln
domain of Australia Australa and ad Oceania Ocaia which whichare whicharo whichare
are lumped lupd together at 3493854 34038t squaro squaromiles suaro suaromlel sqularemiles
miles milesWo mlel milesWe
Wo scarcely scarcly realize realze how little Itto surface Ilrfac is iscomprised IRomprled iscomprised
comprised omprled In i the groups group of Polynesia Polyelia out outside oulRide outside ¬
side the Hawaiian lawalin Islands I8lalcs Oahu on whichHonolulu which whichHonolulu whichHonolulu
Honolulu stands stad8 Is as 1 large Ilrle as 8 the Society Societygroup Societygroup Societygroup
group Maul is equal eual In area Me to the Mar Marquesas lar larquels MarqtleMs ¬
quesas quels group and ad tho island Ianc of Hawaii HawaI is isnearly Isnearly Isnearly
nearly ns a large lrgo as all al the othor Inlands IRlandl of ofPolynesia ofPolynesia ofPolynesia
Polynesia together togetherAnother togethcrAnther togetherAnother
Another Anther feature featur of world statistics flatst that t4 Is Isannually Isannualy Isannually
annually annualy revised revl6 Is tho statistics Rttlstc and Ind esti estimates estlmatcs euttimates ¬
mates of population ppulaton It Is probable pruallo that thattho thattho thatthe
tho estimated etmatnd total of population ppulaton IH II not notwithin notwithi notwithin
within withi mllllfns ml18ns of the correct crrect figures fgurl but butsome hutBmo btitsome
some Bmo facts seem Iem to show that the estimates estimatesof Ptmatts Ptmattsof
of the past Plt twenty twnt years Ylrl are by b no means meansso meals
so 1 far out of the thl way wnynst as to make them value valueless valueless 1111 ¬
less As Al we w havo become bcme better Lttr acquainted acquaintedwith acquaited acquaitedwith acquaintedwith
with the lesser leer known know countries outres and nd are nr now nowable nowable nowable
able to make mao closer clolr approximations Ipproxlaton8 to their theirpopulation theirpopunton thlrpopation
population popunton it has been ben found that excessiveestimates excessive excessiveestimates exos 0 0est1ates
est1ates estimates In one region rtglon are likely lkely to bo b quite quiteclosely qulo quloclsly quitoclosely
closely clsly balanced balancd by underestimates understmatl in an another another another ¬
other while whie for large areas aras tho earlier tarle fig figures fg fgurs figtires ¬
tires urs In I the light lght of our present prtSnt knowledge knowledgeseem knowled o osm
sm seem > to t have hvo approximated approxlmatt strikingly Ilrklagly to thin Ihotruth lhotruth thintruth
truth truthThe
truthTe truthThe The Te best bst that tht can cn yet bo b done for n largo largopart lar largepart e ept
part pt of the world is to collect cle the opinions opllonR of ofmen ofmen ofmen
men whose whoe word is entitled to t consideration considerationas cOllldemton cOllldemtonI
as I to the density of population populaton In the regions regionsknown r regionsknown iomi iomikown
kown known to t them and nd multiply muliply the density densityby dlnsly dlnslyby densiiyby
by the area ar The conservative geograph geographers gcolrlph gcolrlphera ¬
era who compile cmpie neratlkcrung ne lkcung dcr Eric Erdebring Erdcbrig Ericbring
bring brig much muchcrlticalacutnen critical critcal acumen to bearupon hearupl the theanalysis theaalysls theanalysis
analysis aalysls of these thea data and tho conclusions conclusionsthey concluRionst conclusIonsthey
they t h y reach rlach are ar areat at least loat leastthe the best Olt tint I ht can bo boobtained b beobtained
obtained obtainedThe obtainedThe obtainedThe
The uncertainty uncrinty with wih regard regarc to the popu population populton popuhatlon ¬
lation lton of China Chin has ha been largely eliminated eliminatedby elminated elminatedby
by the census cnus of last It year Ylar which has been beenaccepted ben benaccpte beenaccepted
accpte accepted by statisticians sttltcan as a fair approx approximation Rpprox1aton approxiination ¬
imation 1aton In other parts pr of thin tll world also nlsothe alsothe alsothe
the difficulty dlmculy of ascertaining Icrinln the facts Is Isconstantly II IIcntnty Isconstantly
cntnty constantly decreasing decr8lng In Formosa for forexample forexample forexample
example the Japanese JapaMS have not only been beenable ben benable beenable
able to take tko an accurate acumte census cDnus of the Chi Chinese Chin Chlness ¬
ness n population but also alo to make a close closeapproximation closeapproximation
ppulton c010 c010approxmaton
approxmaton approximation by tribes trheR of tho savageswho savages savageswho 1nKes 1nKeswbo
who Inhabit the eastern eatern part prt of the island islandThese IslandTheo islandThese
These Theo new data coming continually contlnualy to toriand tohnd tohand
hnd hand are ar utilized utiize from year ear to year to tochange tochnnge tochange
change tho totals ttl for tho various countries countriesand countrJesnn countriesand
nn and tho censuses cnlUSP which are taken nearly nearlysvery near neareol nearlyevery
eol every year in one nation ntion or another anotherlupply anotherlupplyfar supply supplytar supplyfar
far more satisfactory 6tlfRotor material matlrll to estimate estimatethe rltmale rltmalethe estimatethe
the annual results resultsTho lul1 resultsThe
Tho estimated tmnted population of the world In
103 1903 Is I 1547423000 544230 which Is II nn incrr incrplo increase > a o of
39550 19505000 over the estimates CIUmateR for 1807 or nn nnaverage nnaerago anaverage
average increase of 6584100 65810 a year par At this thisrate thisrt thisrate
rt rate the worlds orldl average avora e growth Irowth of popula population pOIJla pOIJlaLon populaLion ¬
Lon Lion amounts amoun1 in less Itsl thnn thanllotn eleven years earf to the thnnumber thonumber thenumber
number of persons prons now living 1lnl In the United Inited3taU lllld lllldSttR UnitedStates
SttR States > s In the merely merl business hu ileR aspects alplR of ofhls ofthi ofthis
thi this rapid growth It Is easy Il to see RP If < > that tho timelarge thoarge tholarge
large arge Increase In tho number numhfr of human hurnn bo boings boIngs beIngs
ings has been a very er ery important Imprtnnt element olfmrlt in inraising Inralflng inraising
ralflng raising the value of the international IItrrnatlonl ex exchanges exchangel ox2hangea ¬
changel changes of commodities commodltirf in II the past pt forty fortyThe fort fortyenr fortyyears
yenr years
The 1le Civic Krilrrallnn KrilrrallnnTo 11lceratnl 11lceratnlTo
To THE TiE KnlTon JIITon 1lTOfl OF THK m Sfvsfr I have haveesd ha haveread A Areld
reld read Mr lr Mosilys M08fylleter Mosl > s letter In II your onr paper of the theI Ihl Ihlnd tim timisd
nd I Ho does rloe not lot see Ioe fit f to hood my 1 iidvlco iidvlco1th Ihleo Ihleowlb mivlc mivlclth
wlb 1th regard to civic clo federations Cllprllols as al given 1111 In Inprevious Ina InI
a I previous prelIOII letter lelpr and Olr tlicriTorn iieoessarlly iieoessarllyo 1 elnrl
AO o far ns ho hI IB concerned ronlerpII th t1 < Inrldont Ilrllonlll IH closed closednotice rloee closcInotIce
notice notlcf however that In II his hlslolpr lottor Mr Ir Mnsely Mnselyndorses MostI MostIndorsei IosehIndor8 >
ndorses to a certain oxtnnt 1lont whnt I had hnl slated stntodla stnldA
A la to t the employer of labor boinu 1IIIIUlwor8 always Hie Hieinder Ihl IhlInder Ikeunder
Inder under djg d g after nfer the 11110 Civic Federation 1llllon has hasaken hllntakel
takel aken a hand hnld hnndI
1 never questioned IUelllOled hue fact thAt so o fur us ussbor usIlbor ussubor
Ilbor sbor leaders IpAetr are concerned olClrled the lh Civic t1lc Ipdcrn IpdcrnlonlsIndeed Fldlm Fldlmlon FenitrnIon
lon lonlsIndeed Ion I Is IDrlpd Indeenl theldoal the IdlRI Ideal thing thlni It waHtherefore was o lhlrpforp lhlrpforpno tImerefore tImereforeo
10 o surprise lrprlle 10 me wlitii WI 1 road In his hl letter Iller that thatf Ihntof thatSf
of > f the twentythree Iweltthrte tweit > thrce Inhor unloiUsts 1IIInlUMtl ho hI brought broughto hroliht hrolihtto
to o this thl country cOUltr front Kncland Enilallt last year pnr twonty twontywo t wInt wInttwo
two wo voted In favor f Ior of a Civic CIlc Koderntlon pllern lon forEzigland for forirgland forIIilnnd
irgland I nm only onl wondcrluc onllrlu as AI to the thoThereabouts I thevhereabouts ho howhereabouis
Thereabouts IIilnnd nl of the Ih t IIcnIYlhlnl wtntythlru aent > thhrum man mll at the tlmlme the1mI timelass
lass the thl vote volf was la8 tnkon tnkonThe lakll taketmThe
1mI The Inner workings 10rlcl11 of time Civic 11 lvi Fodnratloii FodnratloiiIn 11111101
In bringing the thl contending Jnleldlll parties togeihor togeihorjeforo 101 logetimerteforn lhfr lhfrbforo
Inrle
jeforo the breach and all before he Corp any I bllliirtipss bllliirtipssIAS hllrllS hllrllShAS
bforo hAS Is IAS been Imparted ImparlId roiuls rllds nkvly 11111 mid HIIIH Ina is a pretty prettyhoory Irutl Irutlheor rI
hoory Hut lul In II practlco pract raeI he It I i I has h lmmt niuit lnlt mimaru t wry wryntich veryiitmnh rr rrmuch
much bittorness hit terness Imparted 1IIlrlell I ni lie rtpl though IIollh I Imoul mx hi of ofcourse ofcOlre ofomirse
course Mr r Mostly Mosth > nml nn the members Iplher of tlio tlio3lvlo timolvIc
IOAI
cOlre 01110 3lvlo lvIc Federation rfderllon ratinot HOP p fe It I for tIme III em employers 11 em emieyere ¬
player have 111 e swallowed 0Wllll It ItI iiI
I would oul1 sugBOHl sur npi to President Irplrent Parry Iarr of tho thoktanufaptiirons Ihl Ihlanuflrturlrl tlurtmm
ktanufaptiirons tmm anuflrturlrl mlii ftmctumrer Association t S80rlalon sencia I I o im thnt I luui t a I voto vol ole I IInken 1aken m maken
aken of all nllh tho I he manufncttirorft nlAnuCoeturlr In Illhe tIme country countryo Counlrr CounlrrII coumlit r rt >
II o t decide decde whether whllher or not n Civic Federation 1dlrAllon Is Isivntitod II IIwaliNI iscnnttei
waliNI ivntitod hero Tho result might Illht save 610 Mr Mrilosoly MrIostl r rIIORI
ilosoly Iostl > much trouble in forming rrmlnl Olin on for Knc Kncand EII Emigand
IIORI and He I H could have tin ye ours ourll1 and welcome rlloll to it itXtw I IINEW
NEW 1Ew Yom YOflINO ov O 3H Z 2Another llotnKN llotnKNAnother loLns loLnsAnoth
Another Anoth r Crisis CrisisFrom CraI CraIFro trislsFrom
From Fro ffte I St Louts HrpuNfran HrpuNfranWe npublran npublranWe
We must musillop stop the spread of lUeowportum Ileosprum free fro froUleum trueInleum
Uleum Inleum
1
WON FINE NEW HOMES HOMESHow HOESJow HOMES110w
How Jow the te Pfnna B n Tunnel Tnnel Projcc ProjccHelped PoJc ProjtHelped
Helped Jeptd a Worth onth Institution In8tuton for Iloyi IloyiWhen 80 80When UosWhen
When tho Pennsylvania Pennslvann Railroad RUrR bough boughtho boughttho boughthe
tho land for Its Itllmmol Immense new station staton It tool toolover tok toolover
81d 81dLodging Side SideLodging 81dmLodging
over 001 among other property the West
prpery
Lodging House 10use and School Schol for Homcles HomclesBoys 10melce Homelea110s
Boys In West Wot Thirtysecond ThlryJond street trtt near noaiSeventh nearSenth neatSeventh
Seventh Senth avenue which the Childrens Chldrn All AllSociety Aid AidSoiety AleSociety
Society Soiety received recehe In 188S 18 from frm John Jacob JocolAstor JacobAator JacolAstor
Astor The le railroad riroad had ha to have the sitof sit sie sieof situof
of the home and to get It willingly pal puikthe paltho paid paidthe <
the charitable Institution Instiuton so generous genorus i isum a a8um i isum
sum that the society 80lety has hi been bn able to crec crecwith ere erewith oredwith
with the proceeds proeedt two fine fno buildings buildingsthus buidings buidingsthus buildingsthus
of Mr MiAsters MrAstors MrAstors
thus more than doubling doublng the value
Astors original benefaction benofalon The WosSide Wos WostSide VosiSide
Side Lodging Ldging House Hous at 225 West Thirtyflftll Thirty Thirtyfifth Tiry
ffth fifth street Is ono on of tho buildings buidings Th Thothor The Theother Thuother
other la I tho West Side Industrial School a a at
410 10 West Thirtyeighth Thiryeighth street streetThe strt streetThe
The story stor of this thi notable gain gai by one o oNew ot otNew cNew
New Yorks foremost foremolt charities chartes as 1 an ar inn Incldental Inddental inndental
dental result rsult of the carrying carring out of tin tinPennsylvanias the thePennsIanlas tinPennsylvanIas
Pennsylvanias great Improvement Imprvement wa wamade WMmnde wwmade
made public at the annual meeting meetng of tin thiChildrens Ihe IheChidrens tinChildrens
Childrens publo Aid Society yesterday elerdn Bo Bocause Do Docaul 13ccuBe
Chidrens
cause of tho increased facilities falt le uffordet uffordetby affordecby ored
caul Increl
by 11 the new buildings buldllgs and of eubstantla eubstantlagifts substantil substantilglfl stmbstantiagifts
gifts glfl from trustees Secretary rta C Lorini Lorinidevelop IArlngDracc LorinBrace
Brace said the aoclet society would ge ablo abide abidedevelop 10 10dOelop
develop Its Is manual training work greatly greatlyNearly gretly gretlyNearly greatlyNearly
Nearly 10000 160 poor por children ohldren attendee attendeethe atende attendedthe
the societys soclet1 Industrial Industral schools this thll year yearThe yearThe ear
The socloty Is making a special spei effort elor tt ttattract to toalrlct tcattract
attract truant trat children cbldrn Among othetthings other otherIhlnge othertimings
things alrlct a newsboys nw8boys Industrial Induatrll school schol which whlclMr whichMr whichMr
Mr Brace Drco said would bo b the first frlt In the thicountry thecountl thmcountry
country countl will wi soon fon bo opened in the down downtown downtown downtown
town Newsboys Lodging House HouseMr Houl IlotitueMr
Mr Ir 1ewsboI Brace Brce said fid that 4S02 412 boys bO1 and girls girlihad girlshad girlshad
had b bn < n sheltered Iheltcred In the societys 8olelYR lodgini lodginihouses loging logingIIU81 lodgInliotmso
houses IIU81 during durlnl tho year CI against alalllt 13717 if In
1883 This enormous falling fa1ng off 01 In home homeloss homoIl8 homeless
loss Il8 183 wandering wanderng boys Is i a striking Itrlklng fact factsaid Cactlaid factsaid
said laid he and Is 1 due to tho effectlveneiw ellctlvelel o otho of ofthe ohtime
the life saving 1lng agencies agenciesThore agenciesThere
Ife 11enclel
There Ther are Iro still Itm many mal boys Idling lelng about nbouilow aboutlow aboutlow
low resorts ho asserted ere anti Ind to reach them themtho thp thpthe thesethio
the society nsors Is making its homes hOlo more at attractive It ItIrnclve atractive
tractive tractiveMore Irnclve ractiveMore More children chidrn were 00 placed plact in good hornet hornetduring homcsduri licencedtlrthg
during duri the year oar than ever before befor the total tolabeing lotalhelnl totalbeing
being helnl 800 801 The society also al8 returned retmtd 3M 3Mrunaways 35 35CrtIllawnme
runaways rmawat to their parents Since Sinc 1853 1853when 1 lB3when 3 3whpn
when the society aoclet was rounded founde It has hl placed placetIn plae
In family faml homes 23001 28011 children chidrn oblalnecploceH obtained oblnlnedplIC obtainedtilaces
ploceH plIC for for 25100 2520 and Ind restored restored to their theltBarents theirpnnmlf theirparents
pnnmlf parents Barents 5551 55t runaways nIRWaI Treasurer Traurr A AHnpbum B 14Hepburn
Hnpbum relorted tim years erK reelpts a8 a8l
1300057 l ll057 06057 and repore expenditures expendiue as 119508 195828 Th Thofficers The Theofcer Tueoflicers
officers ofcer and trustees lrslees were reflected reflectedHEltlIUt relcclt relccltIlIWIUJ reelectedIWBtILl
HEltlIUt IIROOKLYN IROOl UN BRIDGE BRIDGENonirthlnn nRIJO nRIJOSOIthlnK flflhIGLHoiuicthing
Nonirthlnn SOIthlnK Well Utl Probably Prollbl Have Ua to Do I Ithe In InIle inthe
the Future Nay Ma Mr ilrout ilroutBecause Iroutaul uroutBecause
Ile
Because aul Comptroller Comptroler Grout happened happne t tremark t to toremark
remark yesterday lstrU that the Brooklyn Broklyn Bridge Bridgiwould Brdge Brdgewould Bridgewould
would have to t be b rebuilt rebuit at some lomo future futurtime futurotime futuretime
time becausuit bcausnlt could cotld not permanentlycarrj permanentlycarrjthe Ilmlanentcar
the strain Itrln now put upon It the old cry cr that thathe that thatthe thattIme
the Bridge Brdge Is unsafe tMafo was W raised rall To a SUN Svireporter SUNrerrttr SUNreporter
reporter reporter Mr Grout said saidI
rerrttr I said fald expressly expreRly that thlt there was WI nothing nothinpto nothingt
to t create ereat alarm alar and that I was In only ont repentIng repent repnt repntIIK repeatlog
log IIK what engineers tnglneer havo hlo for a lone lonl time timethe tme tmehn timebeemt
hn beemt saying 1h These exprt experts agree that thatthl as asthit
the thl Bridge Irleflc 6vng was not built buit for the alc trolley troley core cornow elr corehow
now running over It the structure should nhoulcbo shouldbe houldb
bo b strengthened ftrengthened Probably Problbly when the tl new newbridges nlw nlwhrd newbridges
bridges hrd el and tunnels tlnnl1 are nrl completed there will willlio willlms 11 11ho
lio lms no 10 nwl ld need for using tRing the Bridge Brcge for fo trol trolleys trollevA trolleys ¬
leys Commissioner ommilioner Lindenthal Llndlnthal ha hI has reported re reported rep ¬
ported p rted that the trolleys trolcR are or overftralninp overftralninpthe Oerftrlnlng Oerftrlnlngthe
the floor foor construction constrcton and l1d stiffening tltenn BJS BJStern HII systern I
tern tll and lint that the Bridge Drld e is not adapted for foiboth fortoth I
both railroad mlrond antI trolley trol traffic trme He ha harecommended hai hmarecommended
recommended recolmende the replacing rpplclng of the present presenlbridge prenthrld presentbricige
bridge hrld with one of more 10re capacity cpaty and andrigidity andrigidi andrigidity
rigidity rigidi and with two decks cleotut12OOO dek
5737000 1 SOO FOR SEX siEi I El I HOSPITAL HOSPITALTlie 10SllT 10SllTTle
The Tle Institution Instlulon Haltr SO5OOO I O and aill Will Willllecrlvr WillReedtc 1
llecrlvr 1ttrht the tll Halls II Girt GirtSupt Gr GiftStipt
Supt A S Kavanagh KaYnagh of the Soney Sney hoe hoepital Hospital 10R 10Rplta11n ¬
pital plta11n In Brooklyn announced anlounO yesterday Ylterda that thntdonations tht thtdonton thatdonations
donations donton of 20000 200 had been hen received reche re recently rcnlly reeontly ¬
cently nlly making maIlng n total totl of 105000 1650 65 000 In the fund fundrequired fundrequire fundrequIred
require required to obtain obtin the conditional cnallonal gift git of ofSI
SI 125000 offered by William Wiim Halls Jr and his hiswife hlBwlfo hiswife
50 olere HollhJr
wife Tho terms tcr on 01 which the I th e gift gi was wnsmndo wnRIndo wasmacin
mndo Indo required rlqufl the hospital ho ptnl to raise S5O 50000 50000nnd 50000nun
nnd nun pay pa its It existing esllinl debts The gift If now nowbeing n nowbeing
being hen available nmllblo it I will wi Ill bo used u ed to furnlnh fUriRh a nflection afnotion aeection
flection fnotion of the hospital hORpllllhat that was wnl built buit several severalvonrsngonnd 10oral 10oralnarl severalvoars
vonrsngonnd voars narl ago and has been bln unused unuse because beuR of oflack
lack lck of funds fundsWhipping fUlds fUldshlpplnj fundsii
ii Whipping hlpplnj Refractory nrrclory Schoolboy Advocated AdraratedTo Ad orted
To 0 THE EniTon op Tums TnI SusSfr SUN sir Deficiencies Deficienciesof Uencltnlt
of various kinds In our prrscnt Irrsrnt day a public pUhlr school srliuoleducation 5huol 5huoltdUcAton schooleducation
education tdUcAton arc pointed poIntd out Olt and attributed ntrhuled to various variouspauses Iarlou IarlourAi vnnlauuseaumseq
pauses rAi hut hIl the teachers te3rlprs who advocate the revival revivalof rtlInl
of whipping wllplln for bad boys ho go 1 to 1 the efficient cause causeThe caustTh eauscThe
The Th number of schoolboys who ho need the Ile dis discipline dlsclllne dl dlcipline ¬
cipline clllne ot a tlirrulilnjr IIrMhln1 Is I small smal proportionately proportionatelyhut prolorlonalel
hut for that Ih 1 very rcmnn the punishment punish meal ought OUsbllo OUsbllohe to tohe tohe
he administered tn them They The are ar the unruly unrulyand unrl unrland unrulyand
and Impudent boys ho whose Influence for mischief mischiefamong mleblel mleblelnlnl miorhiefamonr
among nlnl their fellows lelo Is I the more potent because hecausethey htellse htellseIh becausetime
they Ih time > are nr so hold In their siwlness uln They Tie TIme > Infect Infectthe Inlerlthe Infecttht
the whole school and nd lower the tone of 011 Its manners mannersNothing mnnnt mnnntulhlni mannersuttming
Nothing ulhlni will wi Iil avail Alal to exorcise the devil del In them themexcept IhemeAcepl themexcept
except the rod rodOf rd rdOf redof
Of course cours the tie character eharcttr of the punishment to tohe tohe tobe
he Inflicted Inllch and the Infraction Inlraelon nt discipline dleplne to he hepunished hepunlshe beluumIimed
punished should be strictly Ai Ict defined delned and the otnce otnceof 010ccof
of administering admlnlterlns the whipping wh Ipplnr should be confined confinedto connntl
to the school slool principal prlnelal The Tie whole procedure procedureshould Noredureshull procedureshould
shull should be surrounded surrunded with wlh clrcumtlanccs rreulnlanees whirl whirlwould whlrhwould whichwuuiui
would seem sem awful Iwfulla In the Ile boys buy a eyes ees so s that he will willnever wil willnever
never forget lorie luc ordeal ordealWhen orral orralWhen ordealShen
When I was B a lad I went tn Dr Ir Charles Anthons Anthonsfamous Anilon Anilonsellolin Anthonsfamous
famous school sellolin In Murray Iurry street He le had the repu reputation repulalon reputathon ¬
tation lalon of being helnl a terrible hand with wlh Ihe rattan ratAn and andInordinately andInordlnalel andinordinately
Inordlnalel Inordinately fond of wielding wleldlnl It I The fact was washowever WUhuwenr washoeever
however that be did relatively relalnl > little Ile whipping whllplni and andonly andani andonly
ani only when It IIIM was deserved desrled and requisite relllt but he hesurrounded hesurrunded hesmmrreunded
surrounded surrunded It I with wili the most solemn ceremony ceremonyThe reremon cercimmormThe >
The 10 culprit brought hroulhl before his pulpit pull trembled trembledIn 1embled 1embledIn
In the presence of a terrible judge Judle and the very veryarraignment Itr ItrArralrnmcnllell veryarraignment
Arralrnmcnllell arraignment Itself was II an awful punishment punlhmrnl The TheiiclUHl ThenetuHI IImeactual
actual rattannlng ratannlnl on the hind wan In slight slightOnly sllhl silglutOni
Only 001 > Dr Ir Antbon ntlon ntlmeun administered admlnlstced the whlppln whlpplnIn whlpplno whlpplnoIn
In my day da > the Ile late Dr Ir Henry I en 1 Drlslcr afterward afterwardfamous Aferward Aferwardas afterwardfamous
famous as a Greek scholar taught tau hl the second secondIatln secondLatIn econdltn
LatIn ltn form the late Ilte Mr Ir Collord Colfd a I notable Ijitln Ijitlnscholar IAln IAlnsrblnr laiinmeluoter
srblnr scholar the third thlrl form and Dr Marvin n Vin Vincent In Incenl immrent ¬
cent Mill sll m s distinguished dlslnrul htd In the world of learn frsrimrig learning Irr ¬
Inl ing rig and of theology Iheole the fourth form IorI To T o Dr DrAnthon Ir IrAnilon hrAnthon
Anilon Anthon who had the first Ilsl Latin Aln form those lhr teach teachrrs ICAcl leachera
tr era could coull only oni > report repor offenders olcndrr he alone having havinglullinrlty hasimmgmmutimnrity
lullinrlty to administer Idmlnlsler punlvhmcnt IlunlhmrnlI
I I do not believe heltle thai Ihlt any an n one ore who passed through throughthat Ihmul1 tlimnughthat
IIAI that school Arhor1 will wil give 11 any nn other opinion Ihati that lhatDie IhalIhe thattime
Die whipping diduntolul dld dlunlollt untnld good Iood Many Manya a man an who whodas whoba wlm wlmhas
ba das lived IIed In achieve distinction IIlneton has 1M looked hack hackgratefully hrkrrttlul hackgratefully
rrttlul gratefully to Dr Ir Anthon nthnn lor having hallnl Bogged Iolsed him himin himIn himmm
in mm his boyhood hluod Imyhu > otl OLD OLl TIMER TIMERNKW TimsKmtNstw J1KR J1KRNiI
NKW NiI YORK Nov 01 24 24The Z4l 4 4Time
The l Telephone T leJhnn nn Farms FarmsFrom FarlnFrom FirmaFrom
From Ilir Ie Southern ouhe Kiirm FIl Magntlnt MagntlntFarmers 1010ln 1010lnlmrr So5umZfnsIarmtrS
Farmers lmrr are getting rellni rural free delivery dtlel with wlh Its Itsipporlunltlcs IUopOlnlle itsnppnntummmItlei
opOlnlle ipporlunltlcs tor saving IIhll tlnv tmr tim and Ind money monrl In Shop shnpilng shOllplnl Shopping
plnl ping In the more thickly Ihlkl settled llrd portions Iorlons of the theountry tMeOitT lbsroumntry
eOitT ountry they 111 lIme > have rapid rlld transit Irnsl by h trolley tolr Unrs Unrsind In InAntlln iltrsnnul
Antlln ind In some parts pll notably nrt hl In the West r l they Ihr rnjoy rnjoyhe tnlo tnloIhe eno enothe >
the he advantages adanl re In business blslne and farm operations operalnns of ofxtenslve ottalrnslve ofextensive
extensive telephone systems systemsTar s > stems stemslnr trm trmInr
Tar removed rellled from the dally al paper with Ilh Its Itsveathrr ls lstalhtr itsweather
weather forecasts lortc the Ih firmer can keep k tp Informed Informedly Inrorm d dh
h by ly phone of probabilities Irhhlllt and thus Ilu escape loss 10 In Inrop Inrrnp 1mmmop
rrnp mop time lme When hen he himself hlm1 Is I away Iwa awa from rrm home homehe 10m 10mthe hnnmeibm
the he members mmlr of lil lila family 1 nlly have hale a 1 telephone leltphon1 at hand handriving bnod111lnl handnIvIuug
111lnl riving them the means rnn of quick communication communicationvlth communlraton communlratonwlh
wlh vlth neighbors ntl lbor as A great a I protection Ilrolrlon against againstirowlen egaimistmnowlers gln1 gln1prowlen
irowlen rs em 0 Is I the Ih possession of a shotgun or a re reolvrr relo1r recoIner
lo1r coIner The telephone 1 on the farm Is a cultivator cultivatorif culllAnr
01 if f nelghborllness nelthhorlntn saver A 1 er of ollnle time and Ind trouble I and nd a airoteclor I aprotector
protector of ollhe the home homeDiscouragers 10me 10menlleour81 tuomefliecourager
Discouragers nlleour81 n nf 0 Sulcldr Sulcldrfrom SuItIdeFrom uleldeI
from rom luc th fit l Jamets Iam < aettt aetttA art artIllorle
I A favorite Illorle method of suicide In Japan lately lath has hasleen la lahtrn ha hatmerim
htrn leen to leap over certain waterfalls walerlal So S Su frequent frequentinvr Irehnl IrehnlI
h uSsr r such occurrences orcurencn become bccme that police polct Mr r now nowinstantly nOl flossonstanmll
I conIAnl instantly stationed Mlontd In their neighborhood ncllhhorhood and andarge anllnlee nt ntlarge
large arge notice nlee boards lards arc lre erected bearing brarlna Inscriptions Inscriptionsn IMcrlt lun lunIn
In n Inrgeletters larstleltr of which wblcllhe the following 10101nl translation Is Isn I Ian IIn
an n example eXAmlle lo 10 not drown drwn yourself ourel lierel Intend Intending Intrndsulld Intendag
ing suicides sulld are ae warned med that Heaven leann disapproves disapprovesif dlJpnllt dlJpnlltof
if the utilization ull1Alon of Kegon Kelon Waterfall Waltrlal for Ihe pur purpose purIoe purt05e ¬
pose Ioe This 1hls Is I certified ferlntd on the best priestly prt11 > author authority autlor autlorI atmuimorIt ¬
I ity It > and In serious rlol consequences In the hereafter hertltr am amruarantcrd arcuAranlCtll mirecuaranteeui
ruarantcrd uAranlCtll To drown dlln here hee Is I also Als forbidden by byhe ly lyIh byhe
Ih he prefecture Nelrcll1 authorities authoritiesA nullorle nullorleI
A 1 la I Cirte CirteThe e art artTIme
r rllr
The llr Prodigal Irodlral Son Sn had Just uS returned returnedHooray rtturntdloor returnedIlooray
Hooray loor I cried cred his father rllllr we will 111 kill ki the fatted fattedalt1 IAltd IAltdrai failedot
rai alt1 alt1Not Not ot murh replied rpled the wanderer If I leAnl leAnlbale cant cantave canthave
bale ave the turkey lurk Ill Ilro go hack back1Gracefully hackGrAeeul hackGracefully
Gracefully GrAeeul yielding the old man ma fare the Ue necu necuary neea neeanr mice micemar
mar ary orders
nr orers
T
CANTOR AVENUE AVENUEAwrul A 4 VENUEAwful EUE EUEAWfUl
AWfUl Thought for or W ihlnKton Hclghti HclghtiWn lleighiiWhat
Wn What t Would Nmilnlim Folks In It Uov UovThe Uo UoTime
The Washington Heights local board hf hfImprovements rutImprovements
Improvements gave a public hearing yes yesterday yesterday ¬
terday to representatives of time American AmericanBcenlo AmericanScenic
Scenic and Historic Preservation Bocl SocINv SocINvwho y ywho
who want to have name of the new streets streetson streeton
on the Heights named for soldiers mid midstatesmen mindstatsemnemi
statesmen of the Involution Some per persons pereons ¬
sons names not known took advantage of ofthis ofthis
this to butt In with o proposition to hay Imvna haya
a now street named Cantor avenue and anda
a small pond back of Marble HiU nm nxned nxnedCantor U UCantor
Cantor Lake In honor of the Borough Presi President Preatdent ¬
dent of Manhattan There wore no cheers cheersand cheersand
and the local board took no action actionTho actionThmo
Tho Historic societys representatives representativeshad
had left the room before time Cantor proposi proposition proposition ¬
tion wan made madeOh madeOh
Oh nosaidone of Limo committee good goodnaturedly goodnaturedly
naturedly when told of the BUggpfcilon BUggpfcilonThat sugge4ioliThat
That wouldnt be very appropriate Weve Wevegot Wevegot
got a Speedway up there you know and andwhile andwhile
while theres a lot of horseback tiding tidingtho ridingthe
the equestrians are hardly entitled to h hasv hasvan v van
an avenUe named Canter CanterNot CnrmterNot
Not Cantor moaning to gallop ex explained explained ¬
plained the reporter but Cantor CanmtorJacolu CanmtorJacoluCantor Jacob JacobCantor
Cantor the President of the Borough BoroughWhatI Boroughmimatl
WhatI imatl yelled time man of Washington WashingtonHeights asmhingtntmHeights
Heights Name a street up U there for forJake forJako
Jake Cantor And a noncll It must be bewanted kmonly
only a joke Somebody did that wlmo wlmowanted
wanted to have a laugh on Jake though thoughwhat thouglmwhat
what is is the good of hammering a man manwhen maimwhen
when hes down As n serious proposition propositionIts
Its too horrible to think of ofSay ofSay
Say suppose there WONsuch an nvenun nvenunand aventmeand
and a man wearing nonunion shoos should shouldwalk simotuhmiwalk
walk on It Suppose you had a child and andlived armdlived
lived In Cantor avenue and your child childshould chllmlshotmlti
should dig sand in the street with a toy toyshovel toyshovel
shovel that wasnt union math Yoii Yoiiknow omm ommknow
know what would happen then Why Whyyoud Winyoud
youd have to buy another shovel anil anilthat armlthat
that child would have to dig that sand aim nliovor aimoser
ovor again againOf againOr
Of course though there are two sdp sdpto sichto <
to every question Thorn would be one oneadvantage oneadvantngn
advantage of having a Cantor avenueJake avenue avenueJake
Jake would mako good on hint promise promiseof
of his about street elfins so far OH one strw strwwasconcorned sirecwas
wasconcorned was conceurnmed Why thnrod t be Illuminated Illuminatedsigns illumInatemIsigns
signs Cantor avomip1 nventme at both ends nnd in inthe kmthe
the middle and nt all four corners at all thn thncross timscross
cross streets that in If It you could get another anotherstreet anotherstreet
street to cross a street named for Jake JakeBut lakeBut
But dont worry Its only a joke jokeTo jokeNEIl
NEIl PIWSBTEIlIAX 1NEYu 1NEYuTo
To DP Acldrd to the Firth Avenue Handing Handingto
to Heart Off a Kk ikserapcr ikserapcrThe scraper scraperThe
The Home and Foreign Mission Boards Boardsof
of the Presbyterian Church which own owntho ownthe
the Presbyterian Building at Fifth avenue avenueand averiueand
and Twentieth street are negotiating for fortho fotthe
the purchase of the four story house in inTwentieth inTwentieth
Twentieth street adjoining the office build buildIng buildlog
log The actual purchase iota not yet yetbeen yetbeen
been made but the deal is said to wait only onlyfor onlyfor
for the adjustment of a few details detailsThe detailsThe
The reason for the purchase is the fact factthat factthat
that the property wan In time market and nndanother andanother
another buyer woe trying to secure it with withthe withtIme
the object of building on limo site n tall loft loftbuilding hofimumilding
building which would shut off much of the trmlight thelight
light and air from the vest side of the PreH PreHbyterian Preshyterian
byterian Building and reduce the rental rentalvnlue rentalvalue
value of the offices on that side sideIt sIdeIt
It is l proposed to extend to the house IIOUPOthe housethe
the lighting anti heating systems of th thlarger thir thirlarger
larger building anti to rent time rooms for foroffices foroffices
offices making It practically an annex to totho tothe
the Presbyterian Building BuildingTO
TO IIKMOVK li THOMASS flOVKS flOVKSUinrlos rtoisCharles
Charles LawreneePoetV Lanrenrc Post A n Will Bury BuryThem UuryThem
Them In Centre of Port Chester ChentfrPORT ChesterPony
PORT CiiESTEn X V I Nov 24 24At At a ameeting ameeting
meeting hold here last night Charles Law Lawrence Lawrence ¬
rence Post O A It voted to disinter the thobonuH thebones
bones of MajorUen Thomas Thomas Thomasfrom Titomanfrom
from a lonely private graveyard on the theoutskirts LImootmtskIrts
outskirts of the town and reinter them Iti Ititho Inthe
the centre of the village in a plot In front frontof frontof
of the Summerfleld Methodist Episcopal EpiscopalChurch EpiscopalClmurch >
Church ChurchTho ClmurchTIme
TIme largo granite monument erected over overthe oserhe
the he grave by time State of New York alsowill also alsowill
will bo i move moveGen nuoed nuoedion
Gen ion Thomas commanded the West WestChester Westdmester
Chester county cotitmt troops In the Revolutionary RevolutionaryWnr
War and was afterward a member of tlin tlinfitft lie liefirst
first Constitutional Convention and of tli tliState tl tlState <
State Senate and nerved an the tim n fret IIirh IIirhSheriff If rlm rlmSleritl
Sheriff of Westcliwter county For years yearsIlls ears earslila
Ills grave has been almost forgotten forgottenTlltniXES forgottenrrIwIts
TlltniXES FOR xni tr4l VESSELS VESSELSHoard iissricHoard
Hoard of Naval flfllcrm Hrrnirmtrmls Thou Thnta
a Trial He < Iu hon ci Tliem TliemWASHINGTON TimeimtsmltNGToi
WASHINGTON tsmltNGToi Nov No 21 A t hoard of nnvil nnvilofficers munvlomcers
officers nil former tliRincprn hs xubmlttrvl xubmlttrvla
a report to th hi Navy Department ftronpl ftronplassorting itroughasserting
assorting thnt steam turbine eiigln emigimucs s at atadiyitod mime mimeadaimtcd
adiyitod for naval purposes purposesTills imumrpcesThis
Tills board hen wltitrswd vit IS ssei tests of 1 turhl turhlonpines tmrlie tmrlieengitmmimm
onpines on n now yncht Ss cbit nnd reached th thooiidiifilon t im imeontIttalorm
ooiidiifilon that t imat wliilo th wtenm consump consumption censhmmptIrun ¬
tion ran moro than eighteen pounds poundshorso p phorse
horse power tho t hue high speed civcn ih ihturbine t hu huturbine
turbine motors and the small fpnco i ilUircd Iriulrtd
lUircd for them tlf frmdom of th vff spsfrom i ifrom
from vibration miamI I tlie tin finnll ilnngffr ilnngffrbreakdown minimgurbreakdown
breakdown mndn turbines worthy of trM trMon tri trion
on naval votaels votaelsIt
It is Mipvod tint the Navy Depnr Depnrmptit repnrniemmt
mptit will endonvor ti soctiro an npproprh npproprhtion eipropriutiomm
tion for putting turbine motors in sori soritorpedo soiitorpedo
torpedo boats lioatsPHHTESTAT boatsfItOTlSTtVT
PHHTESTAT SOX SL TO 111 111111 ItY HIM HIMllutlrrs 11111hullers
hullers rntholle Wlilowrannol HtInus afoot litter Hti HtiImidc llmiI5titit
Imidc holly In Calvary CalvarySupreme nlsar nlsarSuprtnie
Supreme Court Juntico Scott decided yt ytterday > T Ttortlay
tortlay that George Howard Butler is istitled jet <
titled t to time custody of the body of hi hifather tm tmfatlmer
father Anahel Howard Butler who died a afew afew
few dnvB ago Butler who is n ProtoPtat ProtoPtatvnnts ProimtimsnntS
vnnts to bury his father ra I her in ireenwood ireenwoodOmotory reenssmmulCemcter
Omotory but his fathers wond wire wireMrs svifitrs
Mrs Marv Kgan Itutler limit let who is n Catholi CatholiRinght mithciisetmgltt
Ringht to Inter him in Calvary The firt firtMr firtMrs
Mr Mrs Butler was buried in iroenwom iroenwomTtiPtioo reemisvonrtistin
TtiPtioo Scott I saystliat says t lLt under an old drriKi drriKiin decii deciiI
in I em n similar simm jut r oast en 54 the I 1mm nearest nes resi blood I relitue relitueis relit m mis
is entitled cmi I I hisI to t o the t lit body hOd arid tlvit t hi I the i lie pcvse pcvsesion 1mssesiozi
sion by I uy the I Ii dewneed of n burial I unrii I plot I lot r rGreenwood u uireenweout >
Greenwood nhnwod that t ha t lie desired to I Iburied Iburiemi
buried there thereI litreI
I alinnrhrrr on Medical Ethics KthlfnIrom EthicsJronu
Irom lonttnn Triih TriihThe TrimthThe
The questIon whether the ilwtnr nnmr U or ornot i inot
not worth puhllsliliic tmiM be dptermlnfil entire entiret rntireby
t by the lii Xlent ot the puMIc Interest In the e ca caanut v vnntl
whlih tIme editor alone tam eandetermine tamdcternmlfle
nntl Hiit Is n matter
determine hy l lit iml5 knowlrdec nt his own reader readerIt readersIt
It has never yet heen viinejtert that theme Is an anltumprtmmrItt n nlmpniirlily
lmpniirlily In the public mention of the nsw nswot nan nanof
ot lawyers or clergymen rIerZ > mnrn or officers of mu the ar aror aror
or navy In rccorrllnj events with which they tim > nre nreronnccteil C Crumtutucrlui
ronnccteil If such n stmgudtstiOhm suit jest Ion were put forwarl forwarlby forwsrihi
by any an authority > In those profession It would t treceived Ireceived
received with one imt universal howl of derlilon and andthat immirlI
that I It should lie Rcrliusly made hy any authorlt authorltIn nut litnt litnt1mm
that th thflhlcal lhethical
In the medical profession nwtimlnir
ethical committee hlobr rmilrtcred an mithorliy mithorliyhows mmthmurt mmthmurtsimows >
hows n singular lack of common sense as wi well > ll lln es esa
n atranKfl deficiency > In the sense of humor o os tae taepart tImecart
part of that l body bodyA > odyA
A tear t r OfHer Anecdote Anrritotlrnm AnecdotePros
Pros lime London Globe OloOrThis GlobeThis
This story Is I told W tn us 55 true l An Admiralty Admiraltylerlt Sdmiraieclerk
clerk was sca Klvlnit luncheon to a brother official fron fronllic frrntIme
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