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The Democratic Irl0rall National atolal Conimltlcemu Conimltlcemurniii Commltetman Commltetmanrll Cornnifltcemuirrocll
1lr rrocll rniii rll iiorula orlla ipbolln llonacvrlt loolc1 li liIlls In InII InIlI
Ills II IlI canal anal Action llon and nd Warn amM the Hen HenInrs Hena HenalurK ena enalors
lurK Not ot lu II Oppose tlio Treat TreatATLANTA fut fut1AS1 FretAflA1A
ATLANTA 1AS1 Oa Dec Df 20 20Clark Clark Howell Howellnntlnnal Howcllppmorrfttio Howel
ppmorrfttio national committeeman commiteman from fronipnrgia fromCpnpla fromrcrgIn
Cpnpla fplorrlu ipnrgia defends d fEndR President Prlident Hoosevelti HooseveltiPnnnma Hoo Rooveltpnnnrna velts veltspnamA
Pnnnma policy plcy nnd condemns condemn tho Senator Senatorwho Ienntor Senatorawho
who ho hnvo ha n bp bn n fighting fKhtng the treaty trEnty In thii thiimornings tlR tlRmornln thlorniflgc
mornings mornln orniflgc 1 Conttitvtion Con8tituton of which ho is s thieditor the thoIIM theeditor
editor > IIM 1m hI II pays paysTli M MTh i1y i1yTli
Tli Pornmi POlnI case Is one Ofl of the kind klmwhore kind1hrE kIndwhre
whore 1hrE tho facts fnct should Ihould dictitu dlctw duty rathelimn rather rntherIhnn rathertlcin
limn sentiment guessos KUESC at intornatiomi intornatiomilaw Intornatoll Intornatolllaw IntornatlomLllaW
law and partisan considerations cOlldoratol Wha Whaare WhntAP hat hatsir
are sir tho facts in tho case ae Colombia com commilled commltpd cornmittPI
milled mltpd nets that put In fullest fulot jeopardy Jeprdy al althp all allthe 1 1the
the rights ri hll interests InterEls and plrations n Mplrtlol of the thep4opI thijieoplp tholoplt
jieoplp of f her Dopartmont Doprtmont of Panama PanamaThey PanamnThrv PanamaIhey
They Iwliovwl helnNI the result rtult would Ixs to rolthem rob robIlPI rotcthecn
them IlPI of the Isthmian canal and doomlh doom doorrthem doomIh1
them Ih1 lh cI to a future of inconsequence and andpoverty andpOIrly andpcwPrty
poverty They frankly and ad in ample amplelelon amplelelonarnpd season seasonwarned HeaRonwarnil
warned the authorities authorites at Bogota that If Ifthat I IIhat Ifthat
that nacriflce acrfce wan Wi demanded domde of them they theywould they1olld theyWOIlICI
would 1olld secede Ce and set up an independent independentGovernment idepndent idepndentiovemment independentovemment
Government GovernmentTho iovemmentThA ovemmentI
Tho I hn sacrifice Mcrlco was wal cal clled called led for and Panama Panamadeclared Pnnaa PnnaarcarEd Panamadpelared
declared rcarEd her independence Indepndenc Her ler people peoplenever pople poplenIIr peopleictr
never for a moment needed nre tho urging urgingof
of the American Amlrlcan Government or the thE alleged allegedmachinations alege allegedinaehlnntions
machinations mAlhlnatlonA of BunauVarilla BunauVarll to t do what whatthey whatthry whatthey
they did And wisely wlely wiaelyenoughthey enough they did their theirwork theirwork theirwork
work so o quiotly and quickly that Colombiahad Colombia Colombiahad Colombiahad
had no n time tme to prevent thorn and her troops troopsleft troopsIpft troopBIpft
Ipft tho Isthmus Ithlus with their unexploded unexplodedcartridges unexplodedrarlricE unexplodedcartridge
cartridges rarlricE in their guns gunsWhat KunsWhat gunaSVlcnt
What was W wa the United Unled States Atatf tats to do in ineuch Inlrh Inueh
euch lrh a case CIO with Itn 11 obligations oblgations OB I to the thePanama IhePanama thePanama
Panama transit trnl lt and neutrality neutrlty upon it itOur ItOur I IOur
Our marines marinlH were landed to do our duty dutyin I IIn
in that one respect r pec only And those thoO bravo bravofellows brve brvefrlowA braveftIhow
fellows frlowA stood Itood for hours hour by the station atclan at atColon atColon
Colon clan faced faed by enraged Colombian soldiers soldiersand loldler loldlerand soldiersand
and In jeopardy enrag of being beig attacked atacked and andwiped andird andwiped
wiped ird out by them at any momentColon moment momentColon momentColon
Colon the canal strip strp trii and ane Panama Panam he belonged he10nRrri helonged ¬
longed In our jurisdiction jurlRlcton for the purpose purposeof pur purof
of peace and order and to exercise exeris that thatright tht thtrighl thatright
right to preserve preSrI them was the only ofllce ofllceperformed ofce ofcepprformld ofilceperformed
performed by h our forces forel on and near the theIsthmus theJBthml the1sthrncu
Isthmus IsthmusSuppose JBthml 1sthrncuSuppoIe
Suppose SUPpofe we e withdraw our recognition recognitionnnd recgniton recgnitonand
and reject rljet the treaty What will wi be b our ourposition ourpOFlton ourpoSItion
position pOFlton then as a viewed by tho other otherGovernment otherGovermentJ otherovernmentj
Government GovermentJ of Europe Europ and America Amerlc that thatalso that thatalso thatalso
also have recognized reogniz the new Republic Republc of ofPanajria ofPanama ofPanaxria
Panama PanaxriaAre c cAre cr
Are r we e to do this ridiculous thing aban abandon aOn aOndnn abandi ¬
don our olr treaty rights in Panama give up upthe upIh uptbct
the Ih canal Cnal there IherE withdraw with drw our guardian guardianship guanlln guanllnthlp guardiant1cIfl ¬
ship thlp of rail ri transit trMi now going on and gohunting go gohunting gohunlinp
hunting hunlinp for terms with people pople who would wouldfools wOlld wOlldbe wouldbe
be fools it they did not profit proft themselves themselvestremendously themsl themslIrpmendou themselvnctremeadouly
tremendously Irpmendou ly by our predicament predicamentLet pricament pricamentLt
Let Lt it be admitted amite that all al that has been beenquoted beenfuole beenquoted
quoted fuole from Senator Snator Hoar lor and from Sena Senator Senalor Senator ¬
tor Daniel andtothers andolhers of his Southern Souther col colleagues col1M coliaaguea ¬
leagues 1M gUM is il true trB and yet no case is made madethat mdo mdothat madethat
that involves connivance connivnce with th rebellion rebellionon rEbclon rEbclonon
on tho Isthmus or a sacrifice srifce of thn national nationalhonor nntonal nntonalhonor nationalhonor
honor in I dealing favorably favorbly with the now nowRepublic IW IWRepubUo nawRepublIc
Republic through the rtiction ratification of the thepending thepnlng thepending
pending pnlng treaty treatySenator treatySnator treatySenator
Senator Snator Hoar can c afford aord to fight fght tho thecanal thocanal thocaal
canal caal so 8 long as a Boston BOltn is building buldug enor enormous enormoul enormou ¬
mous moul terminal ttrmlnnl facilities facites to handle hnde the t he ocean oceanbound ocan ocanboud oceanhouad
bound boud freights of the transcontinental trenacontInntalrailroads transcontinentalrailroads trlntlntnlal trlntlntnlalraiload
railroads raiload Senator Hale of Maine can canafford canaar canaord
afford aar to join him hm since IIDO Portland Portlnd is II becom becoming bcm bcmIng becomlag ¬
ing the th entrepot entrpt and d export e prt depot dept of the thoCanadian theCa theCanadian
Canadian Ca Pacific Paclfo and ae Grand Ord Trunk Trnk systems systemsSenator steml 5 5BeMtor
Senator Teller and other Senators S nathrs
Sntor Teer ad sntl may maybe my mybe maybe
be indifferent incernt because becU the te canal canl does doe not notappeal notap notappeal
appeal to any ay upeciflo lpio interest intert in their States StatesBut StnlesBut StatesBut
ap But Southern Senators Sntor cannot cnnot escape cap the thecertain thecrn thecertain
certain crn conviction conrclon that tht a vote oe from any onn onoof onnof onnofthemadverse
ofthemadverse of them tem adverse avele to the treaty trty will il bo a vote voteagainst voteagt voteagalnst
against the urgent urent interests Intertl and demands demandsof
agt of 0 the progressive progrive producing prucing and business businessinterests buslneR buslneRIDlet businessjnteste
interests IDlet of these thee Southern Suther States
Took ok Half Bal an Hours Hou Search Seach to Locate LocalIt LocateIDmase LocateitDamage
It IDmase itDamage Damage Slight SlightJohn Slsht Slshth Slhrtitohn
John h Williams Wiia watchman wathman at the Par ParTheatre Park Parkte Parlibeatre
Theatre beatre te Brooklyn Broklyn while whie making maing his hl round roundat round rountht
at t 6 oclock ocok yesterday yetrday morning discovered dlscoverethat dlcoered dlcoeredit discoveredthat
and hallway wore werfilled wore worefle woreSUed
that it the gallery galery ad upper uppr hlway
filled fle with wtb smoke soke As ho descended descende thismoke the theImoke theFmoke
smoke Imoke became e more mor dense until unt finally fnaly hi hiwas he heM hewas
He managed t treach treach
was M almosj a1moat overcome t treach
reach aoat the telephone tlephono however and notlfie notlfieFire notifed notifedFlrA notliledFire
Fire Headquarters When hen the firemen fremel ar arrived arr arrivrd
rived r the smoke Imoke was thick and black am amfilled and andflEd andfilled
filled flEd o the building buiding but no noslgn sign Ilgn of fire fro could coukbe culd couldhe
be found foundThe foundThe foundThe
The firemen n tore away the flooring forlni in inthe inthe intho
the hallway 1em made tre a careful caeful search erch of the thewither tbelal theiehlars
iehlars halway and finally broke Into te the Itorel stores on onilher onHither
wither lal side ald ldo of fnaly the theatre No 0 fire frt could b bfound br brfound hefound <
found although alhough the smoke Imoke was constantly constantlyincreasin constntly constntlyincreasing constantlyincreasing
increasin increasinbuilding increasing and flng filling the l uppr upper part of the thehuiding thebuilding
building buildingAfter buildingAfter
huiding huidingAfer After half an hour of search Icarch a fireman firemajdrove frman frmandrove firemanilrove
drove Afer his axo IXO through the fide II do wall wal at tinfoot tin the theflt thisfoet
foot flt of the tht stairway Smoke poured ou ouin out outin outin
in n dense bluck blnc < cloud coud nnd further cuttin cuttintpvoaled cuttnK cuttnKalt cutting cuttingtvaIecl
tpvoaled alt the fire under the flooring fooring between betweoithe betweenIhl betweentIi
the Ihl tIi gallery fttaire ftlm and the cellar celnr stairway stairwayIt Rtirwny RtirwnyI
It I required Iallrv but a few minutes mllutE then to cx extmsmsh cxtir cxtingccish
tmsmsh tir IURh the flames flamesI fanH fanHh
I l h Ice > damage d lalo was Wi estimated Isthnate at 1000 1000nOHIE tO 1000luiIiIF
SHU as s That Tlat No nn tnrCan nr Can can Be I Elected Irlttl Without WithoutIII Wihout Wihout1M WithoutIlls
III 1M Ills IndorsementWjirKEOAN Indorsement Inlor Intiorsenient4TIEOAN emrnt emrntWH
WjirKEOAN WH KEOAS III I Dec 20 20MEel Every man manwho manwho manwho
who voles oils the tht Democratic Dcmucratlctlcket ticket IB Isa Isaitd a jackass jackassand jackafIld
and Ild itd if there are or any alY persona in the county countywho cunty cuntywho countywho
who believe oolite in tho principles princples of that party partyI pary
I wWi wi h they would get ears eal like lke a jackass jackassand jnks jnksnn Jackassand
and nn wear ear thorn thOl BO 0 that we can eln toil what whatthiV whatth whattht
thiV th tht are areThis arpThii areThis
This Thii was aR what Dowie said fid in his hil sermon sermonin Itrmon ItrmonIn ernconIn
in Zion City thin thlf afternoon aflemon The prophet prophetdevoted prophltdloted prophetdvnted
devoted dloted 7ion Ci much of his address addrefR to discussing discussingpolitics dlRcuRlng dlRcuRlngpltll dIscussingpolitIcs
politics and said saidWhile lald laldWhi saidWhile
pltll reached a point pointwlipro pointwhpm pointwhcprn
While Whi It has hl not yet tt
wlipro Zion can an elect eltt one ont of Its is members membersas
as a President of the United States Statls my pocket pocketU poket poketbl
U big bl Irtidnt enough enou h to elect ellct the man we want want and andwithout andwholt and1thocit
without wholt Zion ion indorsement IndorIAItnt no man again againcan againcan againCall
can reach the Presidential Prolldcntlal seat seatDowlo sent seatEowI
Dowlo intimated that if everything went wentall wentall wentall
all right intmale hn might himself hlm elf Averhlng run rll for Presi President Pr Presiflt l ¬ I Int
dent nt home day The Ovorseor Ovefformadel Overseermade made n plea pleafor plla pllafo pleafor
mt ca he is in favor favorof favorof
for the negro Ho wild lald that
of fo marching 1 r tho II army into tho South to toennlilp tonabp toenaiiip
ennlilp nabp Ilarhlnl the III negro nl rn to get Iet In his vote As a nKHtule alrlhp ato
KHtule to bin hi polllCI JoIitical K > litical remarks rmarkR Dowie gave gaven pave paveAn
An n impprnonntionof of a drunken cnlkn electioneer electioneerI elptoneer elptoneerla
un < I ° staggered la across acro 1 the platform plntorm waved wavedhis wavt wavedhi
his hi hands hlm1l pen1 wildlv nnd all ihouted W Mioorjec MioorjecSn hoopf1n hoopec hoopecckI
widl for Harrtf Ilarrisoni onl Whoopee Whoopeevwtvs WhoopeeUII
Sn 1n many Inn votes olf > Whoope WhoopeII
II UII vwtvs tS irivr tf STA STATEHOOD STATEHOODluirinnR STATEhoOD4tliIetisK T f1 0 n nC1P
luirinnR C1P 8 Vote otc Font For I It Without Annexa Annexation tnnexalieu nntxao nntxaoIll ¬
Ill lieu of OklahomaIInAST OklahomairnAT Oklahoma OklahomaDfRANT
DfRANT IInAST I T Dec DN 20 0At At t a alPelal special elec election elp elpUr dee deeUcc ¬
Ur tion held in thll this preinct precinct Yl yesterday trdny thoColaw theChottaw the tlinChortaw
Colaw Chortaw Indians wore a unit in volnK voting thRtth thatthe that thatthe
th the chiefs of the fve five trheR tribes cll call a conenton conentonand convention conventionand
and and draft traC tfRolliOlf resolutions Illtnl asking Congress CongtR to toHdmil 10Idmll toHdmit
Idmll Hdmil Indian Trrlor Territory without ihout the an annl anflPatIon onnegation
nl negation Allnn of Oklahomadip OklahomaAchvIce Oklahoma OklahomaAdvice
Advice from other plctonH pectionH nre prc pracIlilv prac pracicilly
11111 icilly the Imf wime ame Great CrRI interest Interlll wa was mnni mnnirpsird manlfp inanified
fp rpsird l among I the hI full hlooR bloods upon the propoFi propo propowiinn
Fi wiinn inn aronp 1 They hl hey Ir tire very fn Inxloul imxioun for Statehnqch State Stateiod late late11nod
11nod > iod rnd find want anl I It In 1004 1004Ho lOt 100 100lioy
lioy 10 Ho > Shoots Shootl Friend Frlrnl by b Accident AccidentPATKRSOV AcrldMltIAnnBos AccidentPeTEtcaoN
PATKRSOV IAnnBos N J Dec 20 20Whlo 0Wliile While playingin playing plylnK plylnKII
in II n I collar piar on North orlh York street Itrlet today today1iuis tocar tocar11f toclayWagner
1iuis 11f Wagner a nlr 10 years oldmortally old morlalr mortally shot shotTony Ihot IhotTon eliotTons
Tony Ton Len 1 15 years vean old olel They The were taking takingirrm lakig lakiglrl takingcrns
irrm lrl hooting hoolln with ith a pistol and nnc Wagner Wagnerlcirlntall Wagneraceidercially agner agneraccidentally
accidentally lcirlntall snot his hi companion cmpanion over ovorthe ovortheI the theleft theleft
I left eye eyeL
Then Forces Foretl Two Men to quit Wa Wagon ason on and amiKsoanes a arapea andE8dpen
Ksoanes rapea In II ItCAIRo IICAino I
CAIRo CAIO III 1 Dec 20 20Thll 20Thib Thltf afternoon afternoonnegro afternoonnegro a anegro
negro bandit bandi who ID I known klown OB aE The Toxan ToxanKid TuxaieKid tXI
Kid and who la wanted wanted In nevoral turnl places placeson plac placeon
on serious Herlout charges charpel disarmed a colored coloredpoliceman clord clordplceman coloredpoliceman
policeman plceman named James Wotklns aLklni and ald shot shothim shothim shothim
him three times while whll the latter later wan walat walattempting at attempting attemptIng ¬
tempting to arrest arc8t him himWatklns himWatkin himVatkins
Watklns dropped droppd to the ground grounc mortally mortallywounded mortal mortallywounde4
wounded woundE1 and Tenon Texl Kid dashing intothe Into Intothe intothe
the street II rot grasped grped the bridle brlcl of ahorse ahorsebeing a hor8e hor8ehelng horsobeing
being driven by Mike Shohan and ondat at the thepoint thepoint thepoint
point of the pollcemanH polcemnnl revolver forcedMr forced forcedMr forcodMr
Mr Bhohnh and John Haggle who was waswith WI waswith
with wih him to get et out of the buggy buggyThe huggyThe buggyThe
The negro then climbed dllhec in II and holding holdingthe holdlnf holdingthe
the revolver In one hand handnnd and the reins and anda
a whip in the other drove the horse In a amad amd amad
mad md gallop up the principal prncipal street Itreot of the thecity thecity thecity
city and made his hil escape escapeWatklns ecapeWntklns escapeWatkins
Watkins died a I few hours later laterThe latfr latfrThe laterThe
The negro citizens citzens of Cairn Clr and the sur surrounding surrounding surrounding ¬
rounding country coutry are very much exer exercised eer eercise exercised ¬
cised cise over the affair aralr and if the murderer murdereris
is caught it let It thought a lynching Is il sure sureto Mue Muet sureto
to t result Sheriff Sherr Hoaclio Hache and a number numberof
of deputies deputes at atonco once onc started Itarle In pursuit pursuitMILITARY pursuitUUTnJ pursuitIIIIJTA1U
How low the Ilalloon Corp Transportation TrantportatlnnWorked Tranlportaton TranlportatonWorked TransportationWorked
Worked In the Swill ManccuvrenThe Manccuvren ManeruyrepThe lan uvrel uvrelTho
The Interest interet in military mltary ballooning balooning Is Isgrowing IsgrowlnK Isgrowing
growing in Europe and balloons baloons promise promiseto
to be of great grt use Iee In future wars warsThe war warsThe
The new balloon baloon company cmpny which tookpart took tookpnrt tookpnr
part pnr in the recent rcent autumn altumn manoeuvres mn uvr of ofthu ofthO ofthis
this thO Vjurth T urh Army Corps In Switzerland Switzrland had hadonly hadonlr hadonly
only completed Its organization organizton in the summer sum summer lum lummer ¬
mer of 1002 102 Nevertheless Noverhele It was able to torender tornder torender
render rnder efficient efcient service 80r as B may be seen seenfrom sen senfrom seenfrom
from the following folowing brief summary lummarr of Its Itsfield it itfield it
field feld work workLeaving workLeaving workLeaving
Leaving Bern on Sept 8 it reached renhe Gras Qraenlchon oraenlchen Grasnichen
nlchon In the vicinity vicnity of Aarau Arau without withoutany wthout wthoutany withoutany
any sick Ilck or stragglers strngglerf in three thre days the theaverage theaverage theaverage
average rate of march marh including halts haltsbeing haltsblnp haltsbeing
being blnp 32 miles mit an hour On the IHh 1th the thecompany thecmpany thecompany
company cmpany was ordered ordell to march at the rear rearof rr rrof rearof
of the advance advanc guard gun of one of the divisions divisionsand dlvloD dlvloDand diviajonsand
and at OberKulm made its first frst ascent Ment to t a aheight aheight
height of about 984 98 feet fet In very ery foggy foggyweather foggyweather foggyweather
weather In spite of the disadvantageous disadvantageousweather disavantageus disavantageusweather disadvantageousweather
weather conditions condltonl the observer obserer in the th bal balloon ballon balloon ¬
loon lon was able to make me many mny useful uful observations observa observations obsera obseratons ¬
tions tons and was especially epelaUy useful Iseful In keep keepIng kep kepIng keeplag
Ing the division dhlion commander informed Informo of ofthe oftbe ofthe
the movements movemenll of a I detachment sent outby out outby outby
by him to cover his hil right rght flank flankOn fank fankOn flankOn
On the following folowng day the company was wasdirected wal wasdirected
directed dlrtr to join another division operating operatingin operatn
in tho vicinity vlolnly of Muenster Muenter and to reach reachItoemerhof rch rchIocmerhof reachItoemerhof
Itoemerhof Iocmerhof just south of Muenter Muenster ten miles milesfrom mlt milesfrom
from frm Sursee Su e < where wher the cylinders cylnder contain containing containtrig ontan ontanig ¬
trig ig the hydrogen for filling fUIK the balloon balloonwere balon balonwer balloonwere
were wer obtained on time tme this distance distanc was wasmarched wa wamarhed wasmarched
marched marhed with wth filled fle balloon baloon the company companyarriving cmpany cmpanyarrivlnK companyarriving
arriving at Roemerhof at 8 oclock ocock in the theevening theevening theevening
evening ready rd ready for an early erly ascent Mcnt in the themorning themomlngln themorning
morning momlngln in spite of the difficulty dltculty of pacing pacingwith paSingwith pasaing pasaingwith
with filled tle balloon baloon through throu h the streets strle ofMuenster of ofMuenetor orMuenter
Muenster MuenetorThe Muenter MuensterThe
The march of the other division of the thearmy thearmy thearmy
army corps corpl could clid be I observed obcre and reported reportedvery rprte reportedVery
very early at a considerable distance distanceUainy dlttance dlttanceUalny distanceRainy
Rainy weather set let in Inl and the balloon haloon com company compan cornpany ¬
pany pan wan WB ordered via va a Bromgarten Bremgaren Woiningon Woin WelnIKen Yieiningen
ingon IKen Dictlkon Detkon onere and Bellikon Bellkon to Kernels Kernelswyl Remetawyl Rernetsover
wyl over the steep Rtcp slopes of the Hasenberg HasenbergIt Htnberg HtnbergI
It I arrived In Bellikon Bellkon at the same time tmo as asthe asthl asthe
the thl arrve field feld artillery artiery which had taken an easier easierroad easierroad easierroad
road but the delay caused by the bad road roadwas roadwas roadwas
was fatal and the enemy had ha almost com cornpleted completed cm cmplett ¬
pleted plett Its is pontoon bridge at Heussthal Heussthalwhich Heusslhnlwhich Reusathalwhich
which might have hllo been ben reported by the theballoon thebalon theballoon
balloon balon sufficiently sufciently early erly had it been ben in inplace InplncE Inplace
place plncE to be I prevented prxented The balloon baloon com company compan cornpany ¬
pany pan accompanied the division in its It I re rereat retrat rotreat
trat treat on Dletikon Dletkon and then marched mnrhed to toUtstetten toAltlteten toAltstetten
Utstetten where whel It went Into cantonment cantonmentOn
Altlteten On Sept 10 at 5 oclock In the morning morninghe morningthe morningheballooncompany
the he heballooncompany balloon baloon company was to be atAlbisrie atAlbisrieten at Alblsne Alblsneden
ten It was there on time tme and made madein mne mnean
an in ascent ascnt I an hour and a half hal later In Inpile InIpie Inspite
pile of a strong ftronK wind and a well wel wooded woodedandscnpe woode woodedlandscape
land landscape the enemys I troops Irops were readily readilybserved radiy radiyobffred readilyobserved
obffred observed > ap and reported at Ami Arl 5 53 miles mllosiway mleR mleRnwa milesaway
nwa away In a straight Ilrlpht rEpore line lnnla also at Ruetiand RUll Rueti 5Y and in inhe Inthe inthin
the he woods oodR at Urdorf UrdorfThe Unlorf tTiclorfThe
The method of sending lendlng meseag0 messages was wassimilar Wi Wielmiar wassimilar
similar elmiar to that generally generaly used wc The ob observer obRrer observer ¬
server Rrer in the balloon haloon telephoned telephone down to tothe toIhe tothin
the earth station thence a messenger took t k
the message e two to
telephone mcsa in Albisrieden Alblsriten whence anoflicei anofliceitelephoned nnofcer nnofcertelephoned an officer officertelephoned
telephoned it to the headquarters headquarlerl staff stat It ItTho In InWsldeKg InVa1degg
The balloon company during thes thesmanojuvres thee theeman thessmancauvres
consecutive consecutirdays consecutiveclays
manojuvres man uvres marched marhe for ten conleuth conleuthdays
days without wltholl a day of rest between anc ancreturned and andretumt andreturned
returned to Bern Bfrn without a single Ilnple man 0 0sick on onlick oasick
sick lick retumt report rport and its 11 horses hort and material matenalln matenallngod l lgood in ingood
good condition conditionMajor conditionMajor
god condiion condiionMajor
Major Thavannes ChavannEI who had ha charge ofthe o othe of ofthe
the company reported reporle the material mteral a aefficient B Befcient as asefficient
th thtransport the Ihetranspr thetransport
efficient and in the construction rnstretlon of
transport efcient wagons wagon superior to that of other othonations olhernaton othernations
transpr nations He also recommended rommendNI that com cornmandlng commandlng commanding
mandlng naton Generals oenorll should themselves theTehc make makiascents mke mkecnts makeascents
ascents in order to obtain obtlin a 1 correct corrt idea o othe of ofthe ofthe
the cnts general oner situation Kltuaton of their own oln and the thienemys the theenennI theenemys
enemys enennI troops and Ind not rely rel altogether altogetheron alogether alogetheron
on other observers observersIn
In order to Insure Ilur more mor direct connection connectiorbetween conneton connetonbetwen connectionbetween
between betwen the ground station sttion below blow tho bal balloon balloon balloon ¬
loon and the headquarters hMdquarer a light lght twohorse two twohorse twohote
carrying the necessarjtelegraph necessary necessarytelegraph
horse hote wagon carrlnp neeAary neeAaryleltKraph
telegraph leltKraph wire wir and wonting tools should shoulibe 8houldbe
be supplied The Te French Frnch Army has such sucla sucha
a wagon in its il socalled socale atrouleutc atrouleutcIt olrufule olrufuleIt c roulsuseIt
It is further furher recommended rmmended that as al many manyGeneral manyGoneral manyGeneral
General I Staff Sta officers ofcem as 1 possible pflblo take the thecourse th thCOUl0 thecourse
course at the school of the balloon baloon com company company cornpony ¬
pany COUl0 as al well wll BS practically prnctcnly taking part par In Irtheballoon Inthe intlco
theballoon the balloon ascents a8entR as an essential e Kental part partof par partof
of their baloon military mitary education educaton and training trainingThis trining triningThis trainingThis
This interest on the part of Switzerland Switzerlandin
in this class of war material materililhows shows how howim howimportant im important Imporant ¬
portant cass it has hal become beome for Switzerland Swizerland ievery Is Isver isvery
porant very ver conservative conRenatve and generally enerly awaits awaitsthe awaitsIhe awaitsthe
the results reaul of experiments by other nations nationsbefore natons natonsbefor nationsbefore
before adopting any new war material materialherself materialherlclf materialherself
herself befor herlclf adoptnK It also suggests lugKltR the advisability advisabilityof advilablty advilabltyof
of some action on our olr part par in this matter matterIt mater materI
It is a pity to lot the rent of the military militaryworld mllary mllaryord militaryworld
world I excel us In the use of a means of ob observation obBervaton obeervation ¬
servation Bervaton ord which we Wf ourselves olloles introduced introducedas introducd introducdas
as early as the civil civi war war11V
Sag a8 III 11 IllS Part In Washington ashlnlton Match Affair Affairslisa Ualrl Ualrlla8
lisa la8 Been Dftn Misunderstood MisunderstoodCHICAGO MisunderstoodCnicoo 1 undfrtood undfrtoodCmcAOO
CHICAGO Dec Dtc 20 20Former Former Congressman CongressmanJames ConKreRman ConKreRmanJamel CongressmanJames
James Jamel Hamilton Hamlon Lewis famed in Wash Washington WhInKton Washington ¬
ington as al the man with wih the pink whiskers whleken whlekentalke whiskers1talked whiskerstalked
talked talke today of the suggestion sUKgelton of criminal criminalproceedings ciminal ciminalprocoPlngA crimInalproceedings
proceedings procoPlngA against himself and Lucius LuciusT
T Holes of New York In TacomaTlce Tacoma TacomaTho TacomaThe
The trouble truhlE comes coreA from the lending lendingof
who bandied it itabout itoboui Itahotir
of my m good name naml to ono onl
about to further his own OWI ends endl said Col ColIjnwis Col ColLewis
LWIA LWIAIwll Lewis LewisLnis Ijnwis wan president and Holes vice vicepresident vicepresident Ice IcepnRidlnt
Iwll wal
president of the Washington Wlilhingion Match Com Company Company Conipany ¬
pnRidlnt pany of Tacoma Frank Frnk Cole Col ole was ap appointed appolnled oppointed ¬
pointed permanent receiver rtchtr of tho corn cornpanv cm cmpnmon cornpans
pans pnmon on Saturday SaturdayThe Sturday SturdayhA Saturdaythe
The hA published mhlfhrd reports repors of the Ill case Clf are aremerely ar armErel aremerelY
ho bosaid hosaid hoMid
merely Insignificant political polllrl squibs ICllhA
said mErel From what I bear of Mr Holes 1 1conclude Iconchlo 1conclude
conclude conchlo that that he has very ery possibly pos lbly been beenIndiscreet IJn IJnIndiAcrt beenindiscreet
Indiscreet IndiscreetMvnarap indiscreetMvnamehiaM
IndiAcrt IndiAcrthnnmp Mvnarap MvnamehiaM has hO been en used Ifl by byhimtofurther byhimtofurtherhis him to further furtherhis furhtr furhtrhlR
backbiters have seen seenfit seenfit
his plans panR and petty havl Bn Bnf
fit to omit the vindication vlndlcnton 1ly of myself myo1 in the thetelegrams thetollgram thetelegrams
telegrams f tollgram omi which have been ben sent lnt about the thocountry Ihocounlry thecountry
country countryAs countryAre
As a matter of fact it was I who made madethe madeth madethe
the th application mater for a receiver rcher receiver Mr Holes Holesrepresented Holtl HoltlrfIfnled Holesrepresented
represented rfIfnled applcalion to me that he was wal the holder holderof holdlr holdlrof holderof
of a valuable lluahll Invention for making maklg matches matchesI mal chIs chIsI
I accepted acpted tho presidency prElldenc of the concern concernbut cnom cnombut concernbut
but I never received Iclved a dollar dolar from It I nor nordid nordid nordid
did I ever sell si any stock Ilock It I is probably probablyworthless probbly probablywot
0 0I 0latfur
worthless worthlessAniBtrur wot 01 thltA thlese thlesetuiatrur
AniBtrur latfur Trim Trltl Suicide Mulllde on the Ihl Staler StalerMARION Mtat MtatA SlaKeMAruoc
MARION A Rtr Ind Dec Dr 20William 20Wliam Todd Toddwho Tod Todwho Toddwho
who was taking tlkinK the leading role rile in an ama amateur amatpur amateur ¬
in the theatre theatreat
teur theatrical Ihlllrlcal performance
at Gas City lost night nl ht placed a revolver revolverto revolvtr
to his head hrad Ci and sent ent a bullet hult into his hlf brain brainHo brin brinHt brainlie
Ho fell unconscious to the singe singeTodd stageTodd
Ht Todd fllunconAcloul was 10 yearn earl old and Itafr of 0 nn In excellent excellentfamily excellentfamily xcolonL xcolonLfamlr
family He is said to hoyo have told tlid friends this thisafternoon thisaferon thisafternoon
famlr Jo kill himself himselfHo himaelfHo
afternoon that ho intended to 11 hinel
aferon Ho le will wl probably probhly die cio before he fore morning
T It may be sold ald that nut trt trustcompanies nutcompanies I
companies are be tb aafect of ofall ofal ofall
all al companies accepting the themoneys themoneys
moneys of the public publc accepUal on de doposit deposi deposit 1
posi posit The Tb law has throwneveryaitfeunrdaround thrown thrownevery thrownevery
every everyaitfeunrdaround safeguard safeluar around them themGO themSO
SO GO 0 far as Is knownnot known knownnot knownnot
not a single dollar dollarof dol dollarof or orof
of trust funds has hOI ever everbeen everbeen everbeen
been lost while whie under underthe underthe underthe
the control of a I regularly regu redularly re4ulorly ¬
larly organized trust trustcompany trst trstcompony trustcompany
company in the city cty of ofNew ofNew ofNew
New York YorkTOE YorkTOE YorkTUE
or NEW NE you YOKKFifteen YORFlleen youFifteen
Fifteen NMS Nassau U Street StreetKqulUble StreetEquitbie trfl I IEquiAble
KqulUble EquiAble Ilulldlng IlulldlngCapital DuUdIDICapial flulidingCapital
Capital Capial M00000000 M00000000Murpla 300000000SurpIu 11000
Thll Tlii ill Wa Too Much Iuoh for Joseph JO fph lialal Ialal an anlie anl anlIl anHe
lie Il Killed IUlrd Himself HimselfLYNCH Imllr ImllrIYNCI himselfLYNcH
LYNCH IYNCI Neb eb Dec 20 20Becaut 20Because Because his hil pai paints parents paients
ents nts remanded rmanded him on his hi lack of tabiianners tab table tablemanner tahimanners
manner manners Joseph Kalal a young farmcnear farmc farmciear faror farornEar
nEar near here her this Ihil afternoon nfternon committed cmmited su suide ful fulcde eul euldde
cde dde ide blowing off ot his head with a shotgun shotgunA ahotgn ahotgnA
A number nubr of friends took dinner with thICalals th thialals the theKalals
ialals and during durng the meat mel in the presenc presencf prelenco prelencoot
ot > f the company compny the parents prent of tho youn younnan youngman younman
man criticised crllcile him on his hs manners manner Afteparticularly Aftea Afte Aftera
a a particularly prtcularly harsh censurng cnurng Kalal Klnl arcs arcsnd arof arofand arcsand
and nd left the room rom Going Into an adjoining adjoinlnoom adjoiningroom adjoinln1room
room he got a shotgun Iholun He le then went int inthe Into Intothe mtLhe
the he yard placed placd tho muzzle of the gu gugainst gun gunagainst gtiigainathia
against igainathia his forehead forEhead and fired firedPOLITICAL fred fredPOUT firedPOLITICA
Tho State of New York has a population populationiccordlnR POPllltlon POPllltlonaccordln popuintiorsecordirig
iccordlnR to the United Unlrd States census cenllS o oBOO or orto oWOO
to BOO of 728801 72OI2 Its IR greatest breadth brfadth ens ensnd post postand ensmd
and nd wont Is 32540 321 n miles mleR whllo wht0 from Xe Xefork Xeork 111 111York
fork harbor to the boundary linn 1M of Cnnadi Cnnadit C0l1da C0l1daIt
It t Is 32i 321 32 mile mlr In length lenlth In this thl ratllnst ratllnsts sllOlto sllOltoIs
Is s not included Lone Ion Island Iland which extend extendilong fxtcnd fxtcndRJomr extendlong
long the Atlnnlc Alnnlc Ocean > ln for 100 10 miles IlrR to t th thlortheastwnrd the thenorlhpRetword thiorthsastward
lortheastwnrd from New York harbor Th Thirea lbirea ho hoarel
arel irea of the Stale Is 40170 square miles mlIA 0 0his 0his o
thlR his 47820 4620 square sQulre miles mlls la i land ombraclu embrcul
30471820 10476820 acres acresTlie acrls acrlsTbe acresThe
The population ppulaton of the State hag bls stendllncreased stendll stesdilocreased tendly tendlyIncrMsed
ncreased AS is evident fvdent from the followlni followlnilirures folowing folowingttreR followlnigures
ttreR lirures In lens 16A the population popuilton was wa 15087 ios1oa
170 703 20SM 2011 1721 t72 40504 40164 1731 W824 1737
10437 1043 0437 1748 73448 1788 1 1 08700 0171 1771 171 103337 tl337 1O353L790
179 790 340120 1800 180 880051 g051 1810 t810OS911 050049 1820 182cJI372lil
137211 372111 1850 1018608 101168 1840 I O 2428921 ISM 1I
307 007304 94 I860 186 31731 1880735 1870 4387V > 1810 18 letIo87000 O
1020 082000 teen 5007P11 007F 1000 10 7288012 7288012The 7218012 7218012The 7280i2The
The first rRt Court of Appeals Appell of New ow Yorl YorlItate YorkRtte YorlItate
Rtte Itate wan Ia organized orlanlald under undlr the Constltutioi Constltutioif Consttuton Consttutonof
of > f 1848 1848Hamilton 18 1846flsmllton 0 0Hamlion
Hamilton Hamlion county has hA the th smallest malRt popula populaion pormlaton populaion
ton ion of ofall all al counties counles In IntheStatt thn th State Statt 4047 4047President 4047President O7 O7PresldeDt
President Roosevelt wan WI n delegate dellate n naree aarge t tlargl
largl aree to t the Homiblicnn HODublean national nRtonal conven convonion convention convenion
ion of 1894 t88 which nominated nomlnatld norninatedJamesO James Jomlf 0 Shame BlalneJr Blalne Blalnefr Shamedr
Jr Roosevelt favored rlvored the nomination nominton o oieorge of ofGeorle oeorge
Georle ieorge eorge F Edmunds IMmunds of Vermont In tho con conentlon canenlon conention
entlon entlonWhen entionWhen
enlon enlonWhpn
When Senator Sentor Conkllnc conki nnd Senator Platmd Plat Platthad Pintmd
had md their differences dUlrlnCeR with wih President Prtsldent Onrflelc Onrflelciver tharficicYer ar pld pldoVr
iver the Ih selection lllcton of William WIIAI II Robertson noberlon o ointonah or orKalonao 01 01atonah
intonah to be Collector Colfclor of the thf Iort of Novi Novirork Xosrork 0 0York
rork and other othlr matters mot rs their letters leterA of reslg reslgmtlon rfsll rfsllnRlon renigistion
nRlon mtlon from the United States Senate Snlte were
15 3 follows tolows
WAIUIKOTON ItAINGTON I U C Co May Aa 18 II 1881 1881Km 181 181HR 1881Sin
to th Ibe Scn 1eas0 1eas0hat U Uhat
Km HR Will Wil you oi please announce 1 11 11Ihal
Ihal hat my rf rtAlrMtou resirnalion lim llon uSnacrol as Senator of the United UII d Slats StattiromtheSUteof SlatsIrom tatc tatcrom
Irom rom romtheSUteof the Slale 01 New York has been ben forwardrc forwardrci torwadtd
10 i the Governor Goveror o ot the State I have the honor h onor tc tcc I Ibe Cce
be c with great crea respect rtspPt your obedient obdent servant servantrtCMCOR servaatfloecos enan enanR0I
To a ffi Hon lon C A Arthur Arlu VtctPrnldtnl VtctPrnldtnlSXNATII VitI VitISSNUI VIesPvesldsiu74ZIAF5
SXNATII SSNUI CHAMBER C UIII Mar 181M1 181M1o to 181 181To IUI
To o illS Hon C A Arthur VttfPrtttint VttfPrtttintSin Irpldnl IrpldnlSIR frPre1nISia
Sin r have forwarded torerded to the Governor of thi thilate Ihl IhlSialf lb lbate
Sialf late of New ew York my m rrslfnatlon reslcnalon a M Senator o ohe ot ottbe ol olbe
tbe he United States for the State of New ew York Will Wllou Wi Wiou Willvon
von ou please announce the fact to the Senate Wilt Wittreal Wih Wihrrt Wiltrest
rrt real 1 respect reApct yourontdlent ouro edtml servant T C PLATT PLATTTimothy PLT PLi1Timothy
Timothy L I Woodruff Woodrul was WRI born In New NnwInven XAWAavpn Newhaven
haven Conn Conn AUK AUI 41858 4 IRR His HR father repre repreented rEprl rEprlRenlpd repreented
ented the New XIW Haven district dlstrllt In the Ilotisi Ilotisiif HOI8 HOI8or
or if r Representatives RpfrpMntale from 18W I I81 to the close rIOM ol olhe of ofIht oihe
Iht he civil cvi war warExSenator wsrEfenlor svsrExSenator
ExSenator Efenlor Timothy Edwards Ellsworth Ellsworthf Ellworth Ellworthof
of f Lockport Nlaenrn XIRJlra mentioned mlnlone with wih other oth othersC rR
8 a possible Republican nlpublcan candIdate for Gov Govrnor GovIrnor 0evrnor
1 rnor next year tRr was born bor In Kant FRAt Windsor Windsorlartford WindsorHartord WIndsorInrtford
lartford county COlnl count Conn ann Sept 21 I I8S8 IR 6 Mr MrIllsworth Mrilsworth Ir IrFlaworth
Hartord Flaworth Illsworth was nK a 1 Captain C3pllin of n I cMvnlry reel reellent rell rellment regtient
lent In the civil cl1 war warArchie wnrArlhlt warArchle
Archie Arlhlt K Baxter Blxler clerk of the th Assembly AMemhlyn Alpmol AlpmolWO
WO mi n born bor at t Port Glasgow OAIIO Scotland Scotand Dec ec ec1618H
1618H 1618HlameR 8 1844 1844lames 1844iames
lames Kno Polk eleventh plolnth President Prfsldlnt of the thenltfld th thCnltd thenitd
Cnltd nltfld States received rc hld ns D Governor of the theitate theStiiI thetate
StiiI tate of Tenneneee Tpnnpspl In 1840 a salary sninr of 20on 20onyear 20 20a 2O01year
a year par file IR salary sAIr nepresident as D President was WIR lo00Roger 125000 125000Roeer 260 260ROJpr i
Roger ROJpr B Tnney Tnn appointed Rppoinlld In 1818 tR 1 Chief Chiefustlce ThIettistire hllf hllfJlstlce
Jlstlce ustlce of the thf Supreme Court of the United Uniteditatea tnlr tnitedt5tes
itatea received rEreved a salary RRlnr of 15000 uo B ahe year yearho Ylnr YlnrThe
ftJIpR The ho Associate RMlln te Justices IUitce of the court received received4son rfctlved
4son 450 a year yearWilliam yenrWllRm enr enrWiliiarcc
William L Mercys arca salary salar BS Governor ol olfew orXtw ofrow
Xtw few York State in ISSfl iti6wns was K 11000 8100 a year yearHenry yearhenry ear earI
Henry Clay Cia the thl Idol of the Ihf Whig Whil party partyhe par parIhe partyhe
Ihe he I In predecessor r of the th Republican HePlhlCn party partyiroclalmed part partproelalmpd partyroclaimed
iroclalmed a few of his principles at Ashland Ashlandopt Ashlandopt RhlandSepl
Sepl opt 131842 13 ISZ i84 as follows followsA folow8 folow8A
A sound national currency currfnry regulated relulntd by byno bytho byhe
tho he no will wllnd and authority lulhorl of tli the Iht nationAn nation nationAn natoa natoaAn
An adequate Idequate revenue reenut with wih fair protection protectioni protocton protoctonto
to i American Industry IndustryJust InduRtryTURt industryTtcst
Just restraints rtetralnt on the Executive Executve power powermbraclng powerembracing powermbracing
embracing a further restriction re lrlctlon on the eier eierise expr exprcAe exerIso
Iso of the th veto vetoIn veloIn vetoIn
In 1844 the thpColpctor Collector of the tbl Port PortofXow of Now York Yorkeceived YorkrpCflvld Yorkpceivd
rpCflvld eceived tfH n I salary MIlrr of 18400 8040 a year elr nnd certain certainpes crrtAln crrtAlnrlIR
of the ofllce Is I now 12000 12000year 120041year
rlIR pes es The Th salary Alnr oflce II 81200 81200a
a year and Ind no fees feesIn fpf fpfIn feesIn
In 1844 tho salary lary of the AttorneyGeneral AttorneyGeneralf AtorntQlnerl AtorntQlnerlof
If4 14000 4000 and the salary salaryf RIaryof
of f the Iholnlld Inlted States was nR 100
of f United States Blalls District nslrlet Judges for New York Yorkitate YorkStnte Yorktate
tate Unld was 12000 820 for the Northern Northlr district districtnd dl districtml trlcl trlcland
and nd 160 3500 for the Southern fouthlr district districtHorace diRtrletHorace districtIlorace
Horace Oreeley Grllley was tho Congressman Congressmanar ongfS8Dan ongfS8Dantor
tor ar r the old Sixth Now York district In the thohirtleth IheThirteth thehirtheth
Thirteth hirtleth Congress ConcressOnly Conlr ConlrOnly CongressOnly
Only ore AttorneyGeneral AtorneyGpnlral of the StnteOB Slate Slatewas Stt Sttas
was OB elected electld President Prflldpnt of the United lnlpd States Stateslartin Stnteslartln StltlR StltlRfrtn
Burr another anotherttorneyOeneral RnotherAtoreyOneral anotherttorneyOeneral
lartln Van an Uuren Ilrn Aaron aron
AtoreyOneral frtn ttorneyOeneral 1 was wa elected elect Id VlccPresl VlccPreslent teePrI81 teePrI81dpnt tcePrcsient
dpnt ent
Only Onl four LieutenantGovernors Lplpnantoernor of the thetato thnRtntl thetate
Rtntl tate were elected plleted Governors Oovprorl of the State StateloWitt ftnte ftnte10Witt StateoWitt
loWitt Clinton Enos T 1 I Throop Hamilton HamiltonIsh Iamlon Iamlon1lRh
10Witt 1lRh Ish and Clnton David U I Hill HillNo I lUllNo i
No 0 Chief Judge Iudle of the Coutt CUtt of Appeals Appealsf ApprlR ApprlRof
of f the State Sllle has hn ever nr been ben elected electd Governor Governorf
of f the State Rtnlt or President of the United UnlEd States Statesanford Statesanford StAIll StAIllSanford
anford E F Church Cblrch Chief Chllf icief Judge JUdif In 1870 was waslected wa watleced waslected
lected ComptrollerNov ComplroUr Xov 3 1R57 1R57Denis IR51Vlnls 1817Penis
Denis Vlnls ORrlen ORrlln who has ha Just been unanJ unanJlously Innn InnnmOIRI lintuiltotisly
Associate Judge of the theourl liceourt
mOIRI lously reelected rellfctf ARRocate Tudle iI iICOlrt
elected Attorney Attorneyieneral Attorneycorral
COlrt ourl of Appeals PPpll was tore torelnrrnl
corral lnrrnl of the Suite Stll StateNov jov Nov 8 ISS1 ISS1No 188 188So mss3No
No Associate ARAorntp Judge 1 ud II of the Ihl Court COlrl of Appeals Appealsf ppeAII ppeAIIor
or f the Slate Slat has haf ever been hfel elected eifelId Governor Governorf Uovlnor Uovlnorof GovernorftheStnteor
of f IhcStateor the Bilte or President Presidcntothe of the United Unltd State StateGen Sta StatesGen tf tfCln
Gen Cln Benjamin BenJlmln F Tracy Trae was WI appointed an anssociate ansoclall anssociat
ssociate soclall Judge Jud of the Ih Court of Appeals Appealsnd Apptoland
and nd was twine twle defeated defrntf when hen u I candidate for forlectlvc forelltc forlective
elltc lectlvc offices orlcfs once onr for District Dstrlcl Attorney Attorneyf AtornlY AtornlYof
of f Brooklyn and next nlxl for Mayor of Greater Greaterw GrpalrXw
Xw > sw w York Yorktie YorkTt Yorkhe
Tt tie Rev Rr Prank ank Talmane Talnale to l 111 Leave > avr > Chicago ChicagoCincAoq fbicagoClilcAcco lralo lraloCICAOO
CincAoq CICAOO line IJc 2i 2nTo 21The Tho Rev He Frank FrankleWUt FrankneWltt FrankeWitt
leWUt TalmageBon T lalt8n of the Into Dr Tal Tallage Talmalo Talage
age has accepnrt alepll a call rl from frm the First Firstrcsbyterlan Fltt FlttPreebIerlan Firstreshyterlan
malo rcsbyterlan Church Churlh of Ix8 Angeles Angelel Cal Calid Caand Cald
and id d today tory announced Innouncr his resignation re81gnton aa aaustor asastor
pltor Church astor hurch of the Jefferson JcIenon Park Presbyterian Presbyterianhurch Prsbyterin PrsbyterinChurch Presbyterianhtirch
COVRSE OJm IX 1 IAXAMA IAXAMAIlldleuleg PAX41IAhlldleule
Idllulr Illdleuleg the Ch cast Charge rge That Tat We e Foment FomenHie Fomentliii omentt1 omentt1thl
Hie Hevolullon le oluton and ani Says Ha It Wai al C CDuty tiut
Duty nul Afterward Uttrward to Keep lcell Peace Pece on onth onth181InII111 i iminima I IIntiiinushIis
minima 181InII111 IntiiinushIis III Hope lope for Porto III IIIPresident II UIPresident c cPrOident
President PrOident Schurman Shurman of Cornell Cornel U Uvernlty Un UIversity I Ierlly
vernlty erlly lectured lecture lust lat night at tho Peopl PeoplInstitute Pcoples PcoplesInsttut PeopiInstitute
Institute Insttut on 01 The True Element Jlcmenti of oftionai I Itlonal Nn Nntonnl
tlonal tonnl Greatnessand Urentnts Greaticea1 and after afer repeatingwell repeating repeatingwell repeatnK hil hilwel
well wel known view on the deslrabll deslrabllof delirblty delirbltyof
of ultimate ulrntl Philippine PhIlppine Independence Independencefended Indepndenc independencefeuded < de defende
fended fende the course coufe of the Admlnlstrati Admlnlstratiin Admlnltrlton AdmlnltrltonIn
in Panama Ponnla troubles troublesUnder trouble troublesUnder
Mtnder Under the Treaty of lU8sald 188 said Pre Predent Prel Preldent Predent
dent Schurmun Schunlun Olt it was WI not 10t only o oprivilege our ourprvllKO oprivilege
privilege prvllKO but our olr duty dut to maintain mnlntin trail trailacross tranelt traneltacrO tratiacross
across acrO thu Isthmus IlthllH It i is no new quec4tl quec4tlbecause Jutton JuttonheCauo tiestl tiestlbecause <
because heCauo we have done this thl three thrEt tlmiw tlmiwThorevolutiontliorewos tln tlnMho tirnislhco
Mho Thorevolutiontliorewos lhco revoluton Ihorwns not tinexpecUanti tinexpecti tinexpectinnd unexpected unexpectedand
and our Government oorlllnl would wOlld wo ild have be bederelict ben benderlct hederelict
derlct derelict if It I it had not made preparatlo preparatloIo prepnrntlonsto
Io safeguard RfCglnrd our interest Intortil and Ild prott prottthe protect protecttho protthe
the railroad rairoad That wo had anything anythinglo any thin to todo
do do lo with fomenting fomEntlp the revolution rvolution is il ilprovt 41 41iroed < l ll
provt iroed l > roved by the tl correspondence orrtpondence sent lent bv byPresident t tPresident Ule UlePrlident
President Prlident to Congress CongressIt COnKri
MI It was W a God given Ilen right for the tht citize citizef CllzenR CllzenRof citlZeaf
of f Panama to rebel rebe We recognized roKnlzee the tlifndependence thlr thlrIndependpnce thendependeccce
ndependence because bfnuf under IndEr the rules nleR i irecognize WI WIrognlze irecognize
rognlze recognize an independence when hen it I is mat maiood mado madoKo matood
Ko ood Panama PaOma had hae made good its hid Indicndence hIdE hIdEplndence hidendence
plndence icndence by expelling expellng the lie Colombian Colombliroops Colombiantroops Colombhroopa
troops roopsThere I IThere
troopsTer There Ter was 0 a 1 danger dBnper of the Colombian Colotnbiorees ColombianforcR oiornbllrorces
forcR rorces orees returning rrluring and OK I ni the guardians gimrdiannho puareln of oftho
tho ho railroad riroad and alli the prospective prolpecln buildo buildof huildclof
of f tho new IAW canal nnl we had to Insist that thei theixj ther tlc tlcs
he xj s pence 110 on tho iHthinus III hmls This Cloven Clovennont Clovenflout Oor Oormont
mont accepted th the most expedient ar ariuht and andjUHl orust
jUHl iuht ust course CUr under tnder the circumstances circumBtancesIn clrcum > lanCI
In tho course COln of his lecture Ifcture Prof Prf Holm Holmnan fehur fehurman ctiti ctitiwin
nan touched on what he declared c clared to lx lxrowing IJ lierowing a agrowin
rowing danger ennr that wo 10 aro getting Ilt tlll aws awsrom aW3Y aW3Yfrom awmram
from rom the tlc fundamental funenmontal principles of 01 otioerrinceitI 01lovonimenl our ourGoerlnwnt
Goerlnwnt lovonimenl nnd Ild pxpnssed exprilee x lrssecl the I he opInion oplnichat opInionthat ojihtikhat
that hat the tht Amirican AmtriCn woman IB neglect npilec it ithe inK inKtho iihe
tho he cares of maternity matfritr and In1 that I hit bitt the I he hi physic physicorce physlcl physicorcc J Jforc
forc orce of the t lie American Amtrilnn nation naton has ha not notrensed n nreawd m mcrnFd
crnFd crnFdHomo reawd reawdHome rensedHonce
Home re reJnrd regard ard increased hlcrlalld immigratli immigratlilth Imml rallon rallonwih
wih lth suspicion tuAplcon he said Ralc Ml 1 do not agr agrvlth apree apreewIth agrwith
wIth them In the tll lieliellion Hlllon the fore foreif forceH forceHof forcIf
of if tho North orth were pre strengthened Ilrentleled by b foreli forelijorn forign forignbor foreIjcorn
bor corn citizens cit Izen In view Iew of the I he slow incren increnif incrent increntof
if native born hor Americans it seems eetms to be benatter beflatter a amater
mater flatter of necessity nlcO 8Iy tc throw open opn the doo dooo doom doomto
to o all al immigration hnmigrtlol The Th poor native nativeiuropo nate nattveUrope of ofurop
iuropo urop Urope mav ma prove to hu w OK al good an Anician Anici American Anietan
can an as 11 the I he son of an American AmerlCn billionaire billionaireHo bllonalr
Ho said Bld that if we do not intend Inlene to mal mcclorto malorto mnke mnkePorto
Porto orto Rico Hco a territory t rl9ry and anelattr and later a state wn wntill wih wihfll wilnIl
fll till citizenship ctzen hip to her people poplo we shou shouVR Iholld IholldKlvp shotiive
Klvp ive VR her independence tdepndrnce like lke Cuba Clba wlthsaf wlthsaffiords with sat satpiards lafe lafeardl
fiords ardl for her international inlrrntlonol relations relationsonsTERs rplnllone10nITEIS relationsOhiSTFltS
10nITEIS onsTERs 1 tIfG fm WIVK rots rotsatch OtSaich t T TCatch
Catch Thin TI18 Fall al hI Inusally nlsll Large Iarrr in Ma MaPlaers MatIIaces Ian Ianllat
Plaers Plaersfrom llatro IIacesProm
from ro thf Itananr 10 Dnilu lill nc ncIt ccs ccsIt r rI >
It I in h somewhat of a snrpriec slrlrl e to the thl numeroi numeroilontinen IlrlrOI Icuccicrolpont
hoat pont lontinen 111 men In I ci this t lila scrtlou eect pIOI ion of the I In hc ioa 101t oa t wljlwters wl wh10h w I IlaierM
10h jlwters llr are rr HO 0 scircp S0rCH about abOl1 a Ilissamiuiuodi Ilissamiuiuodiay IIRRamlqlodelr IIRRamlqlodelrBay
Bay ay wlien wlpn Iien thn valnabli lllbl crustucoans erIRlul an font fonti found foundin
in II i nuiintltiPH lullllll further flrtwr along ulool the Maine lllne coa coaro COIRt COIRtare coaro
are ro always Ilwl a Iwa ys in demand demlnd when hen fresh fffh from tl tliltPr Iho Ihollpr t I Icater
cater llpr fonslderinB fonAldprln thp net that thll the Uover Uovertent loer loermplI o1eri o1ericent
mplI tent officials tnnke freituent frplilpnt visits IRI to this pn pnf part partof paf
of f the tht country cOlntn and scatter scatpr the th fry fr nboi nboiie Iboul Iboulthe nlioitie
the tie ie deep waters with a view ilw of promotlr promotlrlelr prmollr prmollrlhrlr promotlrheIr
lhrlr heIr numbers later lultr it i i stranKfl RlrlnlA where the theimull Ibest thericcill
mull shell Huh go to 10 when whtn they Ih lire Irp of sun Huflent sunlent unl unlcl
cl 111 lent ot slzi Ihpl 17 tzt to fsh be caught calght by b the Ih llsherme llshermethey n ftahencneiS hermn hermnaa
aa S they the certainly ctllinly do seem RPlm plentiful plpnlful her hert hprt
t Is thought by h inanyof many man of the Ih veternn vphral hoatnu hoatutslint hoatnulat boollPI
I lat the tides nre too strong lronl down dO1 East fi fine ror rorIhl f fhe
Ihlt Ides
Ihl he ne try and before fore they thl get Ipt a f chance chanC i iet 10 10ReI
ReI et 0 outof out of eight llbt under therocks thl the rock below blow or IT ITiifflcient Il Ilumclent citcf0clent
iifflcient growth to defend themselves ngaliitin ngalii aJniuII aJniuIIIho ncctliiiho
10wth the kinds of flat thni th thre
Iho tin attnckK of many man Iht Iht1f
re ni eager RIRCk to devour dolr them they th nns art cnrrie cnrrieurther ccinnleicrttcer lrrlpl
1f urther aJlr aloni Ilon the coast 10R1 In II ic the under Indfr current1 current1hleh plrnnl cclrrelctihIch
which hleh may mi nrraunt 1IloUII for their scarcity csrcllln In IIIFSI IIIFSIlaquoddy 11881 11881mnqlor liiesiar1itoddy
laquoddy liny Ilr nnd way WI they are Ir bun founi fOlnd fOlndIn
mnqlor In i such Rllh numbers nlmlwrl nt lt other nthlr const lOIt towns townsThe tOWI towicshe
The he lobster catch of this thl full has hn been tit titMinlly unIFunl icrsuully
IFunl Minlly large lorlp in many man coa 101t ecnit t settlement settlementnd etlmell etlmellnd
nd many mRn of the owners oWrpr of traps Inll wh whuy who whohu whIcy
hu uy up lP lii the product prouci of the llpdlpl deep have hl hn hnlore h hiore h011 h011morp
lore than they 111 could olld handle hlndlr on orr orrny omrl amfly
ny but bil by holding holdint their catch tlb of lot lotters 10 10RIrR 101iers
rl ters HIP market prlrp prit was IR ns kept up lP an anmny In1 In1Inn antnn
Inn mny tnn who did not fol understand the Ihl situatio situatiouppoaed Aluatlon AluatlonRuppod sitccatiouppo
uppoaed uppo d Hint lobsters Were wert becoming hpromlnl a axtinrt II IIxIII aatiuict
xtinrt rrustnccan which Is I far flr from rr01 tr trruth Ih IhIrllh ticruth
xIII rruIIflln
ruth < Although this thl city cinch vlilnlt vlilnltns IdnltWA
llhoulh cl
WA ns nt lt one niI time noted nOIfd for Its iR catch Iltrh of lot lotters lobhl 101irs
hl ters irs and Ind lOP lmp ImilPd holol redbacks rpdbalkA were pr plint plintil JInl lent lentci
ful il In HIP th I hi markets 11rkNs a It I is only ocriislonall ocriislonallliat 0111 il on I I
thai lint the Ih shell hIl fIsh f h fire to be found fOlnd nlthons nlthonshlpments Ilholl uilthotighlpcnents h
hlpmlnl hlpments nrp often made midI Since thee theii lhprl
I i n law against canning IAlnlol the lobsters lob tprs in H Htntp ticfaIr
faIr IAI there nlnlnst t ti an incrpnsing inrPtRhl1 I demand dtllnd for It Itntch I lbitch be beich
itch ich t1 by b rl our olr Cnnadlnn lalHlln cousins 101ln across RCrO th thorder I ticorder hp hphordlr
hordlr order and lnd where n I number nmnb r of lobster cinnin cinninInnts carininlants
plAnt Innts are In operation when the spn KiciOerrculrs pAnn pAnnIrmill o opnnlts
Ir orPrllon
Irmill pnnlts hut hiI thesp tho same Ame canned NUlpd Bonds londA ir irrough n nrocight rp rphroliht
hroliht rough ox nlpr r the line Inp and sold ROII on thi id idthoiit idIthocit I
wlhout thoiit difficulty difficultyWIFE dlmeult diffiiyuiltWIPE
SOs ays a She Mht Find Flnc Her Htr Greatest Happiness Ibpplnt I IHome In InHomt ihome
Home Homt Life urt and Rnc Her Children ChildrenVow ililtIrenIrom lcrrn lcrrnPom
Vow thr II ahinntnn Ilahinnlon ln Pont PontMrs nat t tMrs
Mrs lr ned Hmoot HloOt who has ha but hii reccntl reccntllined rpcrnlhJolntd recentldned
Jolntd lined her husband hUfonnd the Senator from Ital Italt JtahRt
Rt t the Kalcigh Hllellh and who chatted chltld pleasantly IIA8Inl fc fcfew for forI fccfew
I few moments lomlnlA in the Ih parlor of that 111 t hut hostelr hostelri hostelrabout
IR i about as I happy OIPP in looks as bright brliot o oneech of ofspeprh oeerh
neech and ns rM pleased 1IPspd with her lot In IK IKs
nR s nn lD 001 woman in this Ihl hits brond Union InionSho lnlonSh UnionShe
She Sh Is youtliful Ollhfullooklnl nuctIcfltl looking attractive ulllIe friendl friendlaturPd rrhndlnllurrd fnindiII
nllurrd aturPd II I U red and a nd win WI1 Oh 4 modestly iicodeat hy but elegant elegantowned ilecci IPUIII icti ictiawncii
ownl1 owned I I wanted lnld to cc see r Washington u hlnlton ver verinch verl verlitch Pr
inch itch slip said ald und am m greatly rpllir pnjoyin pnjoyinly njoyhcily
1 ly first Klimpse Illl e of the Ihl capital rIltal I do nc nclink not notthink nccink
think link though Ihollh I shall hll ever Plr feel ns a complete completet lolllpt lolllpta roitiplelelhoicte
a t home hOI in II the I hi Enst EIRI ns I ii in my I native natl nut I vi Wes Wesly eRt es1ly
ly father was wat a I pioneer in Ilah and nd I wn wnorn III witcirul
hor orn and Ind grew Irt up lp In Salt Sai lnkP City Il I knei kneily knpwm krceily
m ly Inisbnntt Illhnnc from childhood chldhoHI and nd belwee belweeur hplwtln hplwtlnour bet WetJ WetJin
our ur in families rlmllp then her was Ia always alwAF the Ih closci closcilend fln ihostlend RI RIfrlpndRhlp
frlpndRhlp frlpndRhlpTholRh lend ship shipThough shipThocigh
Though TholRh I tnkn Ik a keen Interest Inlpr in politic politicnd foltll foltlland
and nd have hlO ililE been prpsidont PfRulnl of thp Ih the Womans fUli fit fituhlicaii H HpUhlcRu tIeiililhca
uhlicaii ii Club llh In I at II ii I my Iii honip hool hoc ii in Irov Pro I to v I IUnd hind m mreatpst 1 inreatcst
pUhlcRu IrpatRI reatpst happiness hlplnrRM I In dompslic donJsl lif If and Ind I Iin Iii Iiith Ito
8IRIlrR th istert in rearing rlarlnj of my I three boys bo and Ilrl their Ihllr thrfistert thrf Ihrfl8IRIlrR ihresters
Dasehall alfbal at Columbia ColumbiaColumbia olllbla olllblaohlmhll eltiniblaColuunclihucs
Columbia ohlmhll baseball ha ebnl schedulp frhldu is i hoin hoinitisfuctorlly helnitisfactorihy
Rtl itisfuctorlly ftclorl nrrnnged arrnnJd and it I Is now ao undei undeiood ualr ualrIood iincjrood
ood that It I will wi contain Ionlaln twentylive o oilrty or orthlrl ortirty
thlrl ilrty contests Including two t o extende extendeIps txllndpd txllndpdIrlpR extendechps
IrlpR Ips One of the first r1 gnmes lalpR will wi b wit witew wih wihXIW witew
XIW ew York diversity nlpII nt South loll h Field 01 01prll on onApri orpril
Apri prll 6 Yale al will wi meet Ito th local tenm IIAm I Iils In InthlA Ius
thlA ils us city cl cit y on April A prl rIl 12 12And and a nil n same Inlip gn uti with wih It ii Syriicus SyriicusDiversity SllrlRr SllrlRrf Svrct cus cusici
Diversity ici ers I y in f siiidi scheduled tied for May 11 I I in 1 a Othe Otheuporinnt OthNhUllorlnnl it lie lieLiport
uporinnt Liport ci cc t lionn1 hll contests ion OIIRls I si a nrn nr a to being twlnl hi n arrnngpi arrnngpiIth it rrn ucgei ucgeiIi
whh Ith Ii ii Iliirvurd lurvurd Cornell lorpl and Ind Pennsylvania Pennsylvanianines PtnlRrlvlnl PtnlRrlvlnllnps
nines lnps II also 1180 II Iso arp In un to t C be nlayod 1IAr1 tihci with wih w It It tlio Ih t lie team teamthe Iplms Iplmsof t cii tn tnI
of the I Ice two profpsslonal lengueH lellu In this t libuc ilty iltyIIP lt lth tII s sii
IIP h minimi Innl1 iiiStatp 11Stl trip will wi tie I taken IlkpI a aie il ilI it itii
I h ie ii end Ind ec cl of April A Irl vri i The Th ciuestion 111Rtlon Iciest ion of the I h Ice concl conclir co ci ciIi
foJ ir Ii Hie I h Icti year Plr in 11 Htlll RIII bothering bolhlrhl the I hI he innnngt innnngtmilt 1111110 1111110n1nl iccauccicelit
n1nl milt lit The 1 he sentiment 1nllllnt seems RpI to favor flvor tin tinDpolntinom theIlpolnllrll t Icc Iccpolult
Dpolntinom polult client of f n Cilumbla Ilumbil clu ni hut grnduatp racficot ra lat i bu bicI buw bUI bUIfw
Ilpolnllrll fw > w I inpn of real rlll ability Ahll are Ir iivnllablt Ivallbll < am amDlHmblas Ild Ildlolulblll itciclcutlbIit
lolulblll DlHmblas lcutlbIit A jperlenco with graduate Irlduale coachfi coachfiis cOlchs cOlchshlR
hlR is bn nnythlni but blt successful It I Iso ii
IIHI so 54 suggested tf1 that thlt temporary IplpOraf stands ftnd biJilt bi bn bnbulion ticSIlt
Jilt flll on South SOII toiit h Field II HO o that t hat some forl of thi thiSK t h hIfRR hit
bulion IfRR SK Important games IHIIR may mi ncu ho played lnld on thi thillpirp t hi hiiilege
colfI > llpirp campus campusOipt caucitiulacipt ampIR ampIRupl
Oipt upl Frombach Fromhlch recnrds rtlardR the til teams tpamI pros proscts prOKpct prosUs
cts n as decidedly hopoful hOIdll ot the th old men menPiirln menclinic mpnIhnrln
Piirln pct clinic Capt alit O I Neil and Weekes ppkl nro tin tinily Ih Ihonh iiitiy
onh ily ones onpf to be h lost by b graduation Iradualon Thi Thiueleus Thtirheus
nUllllI ueleus for ltv ici4 > 4 will i consist 10n IRI of Capt apt Fram FramirtwinlnmA Frauiiucli
hAch ucli pnrp W Tlpkfr lccknr and AamlP Samuel Smrtht Smthe Smthetehers
IAtchtrl tehers 1111 illiuni R Tyler Har Harry C rnnl rnnlInd ruin
Ind irtwinlnmA 14 ilnm ihhIarn A Til tilt plcherB 1lchpreJ 1 A Cannon Cannonst nnnon nnnonIlrRt cirirconIi
IlrRt st base ha1 Allen Alen C Hloomlleld Hoomttld and Ft RTHbr A Abor AThor
Thor second flond has h H I A Adams AdnmR shortstop shortMotyce shortstopuyci hort lo lolorC
THbr lorC yce third hans II I A A Fisher and Lock Lockood lockciod olk olkwoor
woor ood outfielders outneldtr8 besides hplldpI the t tii ht freshmnWhy freshmn frthna frthnaplatr freshmncayers
platr ayers
Why 11 He II Worked norkrdhrom 1orkr Workedroun
hrom fo roun thr lit Wn 1llhnolon Walington hinglnt < Star StarWhy ctnrWhy 11
Why zinc you 01 loslnc 10sInl sleep Illep and eiertin eiertinur > trlnl trlnlOlr
win In fame and fortune fortuneked fortuneked
Olr ur energies pnr leA to tOIP fnrllnl fnrllnlRlkf
ked the Ihl man who avoids 1old enthusiasms enthusiasmsI nthusln51
Rlkf I dont IRn know exactly IIReth answered RnlWlrP Ihin Ih Ihlmln tbIn
mln in with a passion pAtlon for work ork I MIPPOS MIPPOSir UPPORIm
m ir reward wlh will 1 come In future fulurl Reneratloni Reneratlonihen Rlnfrfllon Rlnfrfllonwhen generatlonihen
when hen some eoml young oun man mln In I enabled fnRbll by b m inevious mevlouti m1 m1preouR
preouR evlouti exertions txfrllonR to wear wlar a monocle mnnoc > nm nmy anf anty
f y Br Jove Instead of worklnir
M AICE up te the viaUt vitality vitalityspent
spent spet on the days dayswork dys dysworkand Jaysworkand
work workand and give yourself yourselfappetite yourel yourselfappetite
appetite appette for a good din dinner dinner dinner ¬
ner nerGOLD nerGOLD nerGOLD
GOLD LION LON Cocktails Cocktailsready Cokais Cokaisready Cocktailsready
ready to ice never vary varyGOLD var varyGOLD
GOLD LION CockUiliSevin CockUiliSevinklndi CocktailsSevenkind
kind kine Manhattan M ManhattD nh tun Verouth VerouthWhlkey VermouthWhiskey Vermouth VermouthWhlskty
Whiskey Martini Marini Tom Oln OlnDry OlnDr GinDry
Dry Dr Oln Olnand and the American AmericanOf Amrlan AmrlanOf AmericanOf
Of good wine merchants merchantsThe
The Cook A < Bernhelmer Co I Im
1 1Phlolapllr
A PhlloDoplier Phlolapllr Mini Likes LklR the Vendor VendorLife enderLife lndorM I
Life 1MI anti ani llroatltvayH Pausing laNNlnl how NhowThere ShowThere howThere
There is a collar colar button blton butt nrc seller tler nut farfroi farfroithe flr far from f to tothe
the City Ci Hall Halho who eiealetanntuilly deals eellnnnlll annually with wih inoi inoipersons morll morllporone cooiiersons I
persons porone iersons than most IOMt of tho tl lieu neighboring nrlghhorlnf n ntall reo reotal nitail
tall tal stores storol Ho Is not not this ordinary ordinar orcIInnr per perpatetiocollar per mcerpatetiocollar
patetiocollar patetc olar button blton seller Ielr with just cnoug cnougEnglish enou enougEnglish h hnglsh
English nglsh to Hell Kel buttons and just cnoug cnougbuttons enouKh enouKhuutonR euiougbuttons
buttons uutonR to last InR for one days dart trade tradeHo trde tradeHe
Ho 10 Blonds Itandl all al day long and every eer busness bus bUKII busuiesa
ness day just within wihin tho stoop hue lne on Broad Broaiway Broadway SnoutWay
I way with wih a glittering KlterlnJ little ltle ccso Clle of man mankinds many manykinds mankinds
kinds of collar colar buttons hutons before him a stippl stipplsufficient Ilpply IlpplyIlfclent supplsufficient
sufficient Ilfclent to last through several loveral of th thbusiest the thebusieft thbusiest
busiest busieft days daYI he has hnl known He has stoo stoothere Itood Itoodthero stoothere
there for ten years real and before blfore he took u uhis II uhis
his present prEnt stand he traded for ten Itn yearat year yearat yearsat
at a busy hUlr bus corner corer not many blocks away awayTwenty awarTWlnty awayitent
Twenty itent y years yelnl yea ra in the I lie collar eolal col ha r button buton btct I oct busi business IHI IHInlR ictisifleas
ness nlR finds full this Ihi open air merchant lerchlnl stillchl1osphcer still stillphilosopher 111 n nphloRophlr
philosopher phloRophlr nnd lne ci itti optimist optinll opt I trust Sonio ROln of hi hicustomers hiclHtomC1 liicitatorneN
customers clHtomC1 have stuck ItUe to him for the who whotwenty whole wholet vhohtweucty
twenty t years tAI rccra and many have dealt with hirthree him himIhrff hItthree
three Ihrff four fOi 1 five or more 1llr Hut Jl I his hil is iscash iscash n ncaRh
cash IniftlncsM hllnPI He HI mokes Inker no bad debts debtsIn clehlIn debtslii
he has discoverei discovereitlml discoveret
In his hll twenty years hnl
tlml t lint the fashion flRhlon of this thll worlds worlel collar collr but buttons bu butt I
So It Is I rt of hi hibusiness hlA hlAhlInel hibucslncui4
tons ton t oils pawth pp th Ic nwny cc isil3 i pnrt plrt pci
business hlInel instinct inKllnc to watch public Plhlc auto am amto and andto anto
to display dil pia the lie n IW 111w w collar eolar buttons hutonl ns I fee fasas fa faal feeas
as al thoy are liro Inventud Inlntml He HI has ha discovers discoversthat discoverect diMcofrd diMcofrdI
that tllll t ti good oor collar Iolnr button hltton butt on is 11 always IlwnYA followei followeiby fOOI fOOIhy foliowecI <
by I a I butter oltlr one nml nld that mot men len Ittinge Ittingefor hun hiungefor e
I for collar colnr buttons huttoJ at two for or llvo fvu rntlip rntlipthan rller rllerIhan raticelion
than lion nt II ten cents apiece apieceTho IplC utpiceliii
Tho liii cheapest ehMp t button huton he hI does does Ioef not PC PCbecause 11 eel eelbectttii
because hCCUIO most rofL of those Ihole who pass pa his stan stanprefer Atand Atandprfer ustancprefer <
prefer prfer nomethitiK omtlhil better hPlfr than Ihln the cheap cheapest chpapeRt
est Occasionally Oeatlonalr a customer cu tompr asks nkl for i ireally a arCaly i ireally
really rCaly exixftiMvu txpt I button buton and the btittoi btittoiseller huton hutonIellr hctittcicseller
seller Iellr undertakes Ildertakt1 tho th commission of pet petting getting f
ting it I for him hil But he hI finds ndA thnt IhlL fnnccbttitons fnno fnnobuttons fanoy fanoyhllonl
tnl buttons hllonl of more or less lfA complicated complcalt1 niech niechttnlsni Ipch Ipchanlsm nceclianisnc
ttnlsni soon Ron lose their Ihtlr popularity popliarity whlli whllisimple whie whieRlmple whilsimple
simple forms sell sel for years Ylarl together togetherSome tOjethpr tOjethprSome togethmerSome
Some men len he finds fnda scent MIII Incapable InCpshle oresisting o oreslnting of ofreflHtinl
resisting reflHtinl a 1 new or an odd button huton and man manstop many manyItOp ricanstop
stop ItOp intending to buy not more morf than tw twbuttons to tohltons twibuttons <
buttons hltons and ond by taking a few of almos almosevery almOt almOtefn ahmoscveri
cveri every efn kind in the th tray tra tra1lip
The 1lip early afternoon artrnon hour hOlt are art the tht timi timiof timeof timiof
of the collar colar button buton sellers plerA harvest hnnEt Whet Wheta
a tnnn gets glll out Olt of his office ofcI early enough enouplto fnoulh
to walk wnl < purl of the Ice way home he is likeli likelito l iukelto < el elto
to be h attracted Itrclt1 bv tho glitter plter of the Ihl buttot buttotsellers hlton hltonRelpr huttousellers
sellers Relpr waresand wa rlR thenif Ihen If overhe olr he will wl buy buyTho blY blYTho buyThe
Tho New t eu Yorker Yorktr nnc has hal an instinctive In tlnctlf oh objection ohjectlon ohJectlon
jectlon to buying huyinp even en a I collar colar button huton nm nmcarrying and andcrr onecarrying
carrying crr lnl it nil ni day IlY long It seems em bat bateconomy bareconomy I
economy In every ver way wayIt wn wnIt a aI
econOI It I may he asked ke wflv Vliv hiv does doesnot not thecollai thecollaibutton the colar colarbuton colla collabutton
button buton tnnn set Iet up lp a shop Iho and get Iot undo undecover undlr undlrIotr undocover
cover Iotr Partly Paty becnusn ICaUBI he ht could 10111 hnrdlj hnrdljafford hnrdlyItord hnrdl3afford
afford Itord to pay Pa the Ih rent rlnt of a shop fho at the thf polnwhore point pointwhore iohnwhere
whore most of his customers cUltolel now pasi pasihim pa8 OR1 OR1hiluci
him hll daily daly partly because hCIIR the thf keopinf keopinfof ktlpinl keepunof
of a shop would shut him away from tin tinpawing the1FQlng liiipassing
pawing show Iho of Broadway and parti partiagain pnrty pnrtyagain pnrtlagain
again because hECIIRI after afr twenty I nly years of lift lifiin Ifo IfoIn liftin
in the Iht open air Ilr Iht the ho thought Ihol ht of living lving all al da dawithin day daywithin dawithin
within four walls walA IH II irksome irksomeAt IrkKolf
At At 41 any Iny an rate the th collar colar but buton bcctton ton seller lerenler lerenlerinp enter enterjng enterlag
inp lag his hil hlsseconcl second lecondlcoro score of ofycara years t1 inthobireets inthobireetsis In tho lteII I
j is well I content cntent with wih his position posiion as a mat matof manof macof
of business businessIXDrAXS hlsinmR lttsinossINDtSS 0 0IDU
In Alaska Alaka They TI Select Mflelr the Moil Iolt Plctnrnqui PlctnrnquiSpots PletnrlQu PletnrlQuptl PictureaqutSpots
Spots ptl for Burial Placee PlaceeFrnm Plalrl PlalrlFom PleeiProm
Prom thr Ufwniirrr lihrnlkr Srntinrl SrntinrlOne crntuurlOne rntin rntinOnp
One of the lId distinctive lqtnclp features fpnllrl nppenlini nppenlinito npppnlnl
to every ppT traveller Irlplpr in Alaska siiid f scud hi F t Pnrke Pnrkespecial Prkpppllll Parkespecial
special ppllll ngent nlpnl of the lie Interior JCtprJor Department Drpnrtmtnt althe a athe nl nlI
I the Itepubllcan Ippuhlran Is the veneration Ipnlralon displayed displnyecby
by h HIP Indians Inlan for their dead dtnl The moo mooplctiirpsUP IOt IOtpitul moStpletucresutme
plctiirpsUP pitul lup spots imaginable ImallnRhl1 are selected selecteefor flpclpd flpclpdI selectedfor
I for their JMirinl burial places and ns n one travels tf pIR aloft nlontthe alonl aloftthe
Ih the mountain mOlntaln sides fld or up the cnnoni nm nmvnllnys and nndvnlor andvalleys
valleys vnlor the Iht fantastic flnlatc Ic graven Iraen representatlor representatlorof reprlsentaton reprlsentatonof represeci Cation Cationof
of animals birds or fish Rh Indicnto Indlralf tho fact rAlt thnbeauty that thatoeoul thatheatity
oeoul beauty spots have been blpn tnken Ilkrn for the burial burinplaces burialplnrlR burialplaces
plnrlR places of the natives nativesI nnttA nnttAI
I I visited IAHpe villages ia les where whrl the totem polei poleirecounting poltA poltArplolrlnl polecrecoimnlhng
rplolrlnl recounting the history hIRlor of its It population populnton re resemhled rescccchled reApmhlel
semhled n small nlll shipyard The Thl amount amolnt ol olwork of ofwork otwork
work done eonl on these Ihp 1 records rllorel i nlmo almost t beyond beyondpomprehen hlond hlond10Iprehpnlon beyondrocccprehrniion
10Iprehpnlon pomprehen rocccprehrniion ion anti like lkt the thl Kgyptlnn EIptan hlero hleroerlyphics hlroIlph hieroehyplcics
erlyphics Ilph 1 1 In ancient Inclpnl times Iln graven Imlpn upon UPOI mnrbliand marble Ilrol Ilroland marbleintl
and stone the language InnJuAJ1 of n totem tolll pole poll telli tellithe IplR IplRthp teibthe
the history hlAlor of chieftains ehlpfHlnR and Ind tribesmen tribesmenSome trlhtrrn trlhtrrnHom triheqicirntoncp
Some of these Ihl features fellurpR must disappear wiH wiHthe wih wihIhl vJeiclice
the Ihl march 10rh of commercialism lollprrnlRf developing eeploplnl thfTerritory the thoTprrl thererrItor
Tprrl Territory TerritoryTim rerrItorlici or or1h
Tim 1h relic rtI hunter imbiiPil ImhlNI with wit hi the Ih spIrIt apirllof spiri spIrItnt
n of vandalism IandI I Is I no lii respecter pllr of traditions traditionsnnd trlilloo trlillooHnd trculitionacicici
nnd mntiy IRC A rudely mell carved cedar Ipdor pole poll has ha been beentransplanted hppnIran hueccc
Iran transplanted c ni uipIzt plRnP1 mci Pd Instead Inltfad I icsta lane d of a f standing Atnnrlnl ala rid in g like Ikf II ke gritr gritrsentinels Irlr criursentinels
sentinels guarding lunrdlnl the Ihl ferrets prrt of the frorer frorernorthland fr07pnnorlhlAnd froreraorrhland
northland and anr to n the Ih Initialed InllnlP telling 1I11nl teZlIn th thstory Ihl the thetor
Alor story tor of the the life Ifp and death of the semibur semiburliarion RrmlbHharion Beunibctrharlan
liarion whose tlt deeds dldR Ine It I commemorates lommpmorRlpR the thifhances thl therhanceq
fhances hnnlp are that it will wil decorate th Ihl the private prlvattgrounds privatecroucnds
Irolnd grounds of relic rllr hunting huntnl tourists touristssrrrLYixa 101rlIA 101rlIAlfIPMIj touristsSfPPI1l14J
srrrLYixa lfIPMIj POLO 10 PONIES roxiFssome PO PONIESeuiir IF IFonll <
some onll euiir Sent rnl From Colorado ollrldo to Clubmen Cnlltn In InIndia inhuitiia
India 1111 and 1m Ulalle Iat Stations Ntatlonnrom StationsIruua laUonl laUonlrum
Iruua rom Outdoors OutdoorsThe Outdora1he IIdooa IIdooahl
The hl business hURIISS of supplying fuppl111 polo ponies ponl to tohe 10thp telie
thp he crack < rck clubs of HIP Ihl big tI Il cities cll has hll grown growno jown
10 o such stInt an 11 cxtpnt e nt in Colorado that thlt contract contractrs ontrcl ontrcloH Ofltractire
oH ire rs now make fancy fnne terms lrl nvery vpar ar fur furilshlngtrnlnednnimnlstothewenlthypatronf rurnlshlnJ furrushIng
nlshlnJ rushIng ilshlngtrnlnednnimnlstothewenlthypatronf ilshlngtrnlnednnimnlstothewenlthypatronff Irllnfd trained cinima anlmlR ha In ii th t he wenl menu h icy pnlronR pnlronRof
of > f I thit he sport Of lnl late years 1lrM there 1 hlre has hlf been nn nnittempt al antttriupt
ntplpl ittempt to raise rnlte the standard flnndard of polo ioho portion portionis ponlonl
is to blood Kxcellpnl EXlelfnl results r ull have been beeniclikVed hlnlehlv
nl lehlv 1 iclikVed cli Itvd d a and n nd i it i i is rlct claimed 11110111 ircipil thnt t Inc t n well w l bred brediony Irpl IrplJ0nr tireIiOfl
iony iOfl raised rllRed in the tie Rocky ock Mountains and andillowed 111 111Ilowf and andllowed
J0nr illowed to run until unll ii ii t II I ypars yen porR ru old 011 cannot clnnol cit ii not bu buxcellcd hI hoacelled
Ilowf xcellcd xctlcd lor polo puriioses Junoeo Another nolh r good goodInns 1001 1001l1H8 good goodIcuss
Inns in Ii the thl bronco hronlo that Ihll has been trained trlned to tojattlu toclitie toiittie
l1H8 A t hronco of this Is i
clitie jattlu work hronto sort Iort used usedo 111 111to
to o iilckltiK cprtaln cattle cltl from a herd arid Ind to toiheylim 10nherllr tobeictm
nherllr iheylim beictm Jlckill almost Ihuost every thought Ihoulht of his Ils rider riderfills riderThiH richerrids
fills training tea liii cc U I Invaluable 1IIInlhio I ii vu I a ci hche to the th I Iti polo Held Heldivhere nll fiehdwhtre
where n I pony OI13 must mlsl act let largely IlrlI of his hi ownlccord own owniccord ownnccord
iccord J0nr Conoequently 10nApCuenll onSfdliiOflt i many man 11 1 ftectipted cowboy cowboytempted cowho cowhoItIJled
ItIJled tempted by I a good oo offer oler has hlH parted with his hisNearest hi hidplreHt tilstiiirest
dplreHt Nearest companion while wnlp lice alert nlfrt little littlelironco Ilte Iltehronco littleluronco
lironco that bus spent ptnt his hi early pari years llr ecmrs nosing nosingDill noinl tcosucgJti
Olt Dill Jti C cnttlo cltlo cci I t Ic or in participating Jarlcllllill a rt let Pa t lug in t thp Ih bc excltp excltpnpnlsof Ixcl e a cite citeiientti
npnlsof menl of lice rounduii ronllluJ wins the thu applause pp11181 of ofMiinoisseiirs ofcOlnoIHelr ofouiucoIusseiirs
cOlnoIHelr Miinoisseiirs at II ninny mnn a 1 well Wl1 fought rOllht field fieldbittlp npldbatl fieldbattl
bittlp bittlpSome battl battlSonic
batl Some Roml of the polo ponies from the Western WesternangeliavpliceiiBiMit We Westerndl ter
angeliavpliceiiBiMit dl fl ge hAIlhpu liii ye hieitu fiI edt I to t 0 Indiaandothers Ilrl11lndolhtrR I cccl Iii a cid or iurs have havetone hKoIonp hi ave aveidine
rlnlf tone to some south OU1 of the I he wealthy wpnltw ivpcultic Knsllsh tIIIRh clubmen clubmenit IIIhl1n
at Ionp it Aslnticstation slnll slcctlc sintiouc They Thl rarely breakdown breakdownxcept hrlk hricuk down downpxcPllI clowntcetIn
I xcept from Rlllon ngp II cige and Ind PIMII ctc to IIP I Ia good good oorl for foriinny foJ foruintly
ia iinny I years IRrR of hard polo work In nn In nnr v climate climateriinlr llhnllp llhnllpThflr cllcicacerunt
Thflr runt good ood record In II this Iht t lila most mo 1 dlftlcult < lfrll and andlangproiiK nucdiciccgirotic ur
langproiiK or sports RIIrtl is I a I i OIIP 011 fcc trlbiilp 10 1 inIll tn tnliiality t >
111111 liiality Ill II hit y and anr ci cccl staying an IAln a i ti g powers ri wlr ivers of ni f American Americanlorsis Amrlnnhor8 A nc cr1 ccitt ccittlorsi
hor8 lorsis lorsi lorsit
1 t MOHEL llnI OF 0 fl CLKLIESS CLKLIESSIdrwalks tEiIIISSheleasaiks
Idfwalks Idrwalks or liincnu ollnnl of illrcli fllrehisool Irlholll ooil Pluuka PluukaSix lhwk8Si IIstuksSh
Six Si Sh Fret rlt Above loc Street Level LevelVniii leciIriact
Vniii rlI thr IA e Iinrinvali riurllll n iii ci ii s cc U Kaqnirrr KaqnirrrMr Eu lqlirr lqlirrJr q cc barr barrth
Mr th Jr r bun Johnston Iohn 1 ton a I prominent Irolllnt liroicil ccut gold Iold initie initieperator ucci Ililll Ilillloprnlor ci cipcrntor
oprnlor perator and reich fnl estate dealer of If liuipau liuipauluska 1111111 1111111Ahlkn tttriisiutitcskct
Ahlkn luska is I In HIP 111 t ice city I visiting lllthl his II cousin 101ln loliti lolitiI Ioln Iolnllrln
I Martin MartinIiineau ticirt llrln Icc IccIumnuict
Iiineau 11111 our beautiful hnllfll wealthy 1111 aocmlt tty h dud Ind charm charmnsly aIucuruucrcgly hnrl
IRllr nsly located 10lntpd Abakan capital 1lplal rejoices nJol in as asood I IJood ciaood
Jood ood n government 10erlplt as I there is I nn earth earthemurked isirtheutiurked nrthremurkpd
emurked Mr Johnston Iohnktol and nnr lu HIP I II iii six RI yearn yearnhat yearshint Inr InrI
I hat I have hl been blen thero I hr the tll thermometer I hprmolpllr has hasinver haRnnvlr tinscurer
nnvlr inver reRlstpred fllRtprfl as I low ns M zero 7ro more morl than thanour tlan tlanfour thanour
four our times t II for we WI gpt 1 thp li temporizing Ipmporl7lnl In Inluenres InniII Intueuc
niII luenres tueuc tIS rca of the liipnnese 71iflfliCP current currpn Our pop popilntlon popihcitlont
nlnlol ilntlon Is I 3000 301 and Ind the t h lii city 11t n I model of clean cleanIness elpln elplnIlw8R cleanIncas
Incas Our Olr streets Irppl nnd sidewalks nre or con conitructed conitrueted on onIlruelpd
Ilw8R Ilruelpd itructed of Inch thick toughllhrpd tlllhthrpd birch birchvood olrchwoorlllnk birchcoed
coed plank the lattpr lattr raised rllpd six Ix feet from rroml thp thpitreet liiitreet
HI woorlllnk itreet rpel level 1111 and Ind slightly llhllr Inclined Ildllpr to shed 1td HIP HIPvater t tllpr thewater
water llpr The streets and nnr sidewalks Mldfwnlk are Al flushed flushedwlce IIhe fluishicdcchc
twlc wlce cchc a week and Inr present t1 n I mat n11 and unliiun unliiunipt Icnhilcie1PIPflrfltiN
ipt 1PIPflrfltiN > enrnnee Half lalf Irp A mile mi across nro HIP II t hi hay hnyire hl haytn
uPIPRrll ar ire tn the I ht iii Inmoiis IIIOIM mining mlnlli towns of Douglass Douglassmd JoIIIIR JoIIIIRRnd
md Trendwell Trpadwtl the 110 latter IRtpr with the lh largest largestitanip Isrlpt Isrlptiia largesttanci
iia itanip mI mill In thn world The Th mines mlpe there therelave I hNeha herecave
ha lave paid mi inooooyi toMI1 in dividends 11ldpndR The Th oriel orielIR orlll orlllnnl end endsurface
nnl IR surface Rlrtat ore or only onl ran IS 3 to 14 4 to the I ho ton tonut tonbut tonrut
but rut ut nowat now no at lJOO 11280 I 261 feet fpl it Is I showing showlnJ LID M I to the theon theton thison
ton on We WI raise ra Rl splendid vegetables lltRhleM and In InTrent Increlt Inrreat
crelt Trent quantities QuantHIls all I about Juneau httRU httRUw
DOXED DONEI RY HER 1111 OWXERS OWXERSUnderwriter OJlRS OJlRSUndrr1tlten OIIXERSUndenitritera
Underwriter Undrr1tlten Tried TIft to Have Her Jtr and andStorm andStoma a aStorm
Storm In Lake Superior Which lllch Float FloatHer Foated FoatedIrr floati11cr
Her Irr Aided Alltd Them TtIolt ThrumCost Coil H1OOOOO IIO In InVessel hul hulellel IiiVessel
Vessel ellel and Cargo lKO ro Were Wrrt Worth ortii Mor MorBUFFALO Mor1JcFFAIo Iurr IurrUVFFAI
BUFFALO Dec 20Time 20 2The Tho steamer Itnmer Jilutohinson J JIlutchlnson T Tlutchlnlot
Ilutchlnson lutchlnlot limped Into port ort thin thlf mornln mornlnending morn morninending InK InKend
ending end InK the most lmpd remurkabli nlurknbh exploit xlolt in tl tlhistory thA thAhllior IIhleiiory
history hllior of the Great OfIL Lakes Ilel She Hht left Dului Duluion Duluth Duluthon Dulucci
on Nov ov 29 2 laden with wih 187000 1870 bushels bushelsilaxuseed i illaxHfed of oflaxHld
llaxHfed laxHld worth nearly lary 200000 200000That 200 200000lhcnt
That night night shin Ihn niiHMil tlio tho entrance I Ithe 10 10Iht I Ilice
the Iht Portage Laku fnnal acid wont ll on II IIrocks tl tlrock8 lbrocks
rocks five fvu nilltH 111 ubovn 10 Eagle EI II river r Br in I lko lkoSupcrlor la laSuperior aV aVSuperior
Superior Sho rested rftl 1 on a I shelf Ihelf of roc rocnnd roel roelami roca
lohm I H I Sm fimll fimllwent Smith Smithent It Itweuit
nnd a fll sprung Rprlng Ftfl rd rig u leak Clpl apt lohti ti I
went ent ashore llhor and Ind wired fOI wreckers wrklrt ur urpumps nnd anptInnhs
pumps pumpsThe ptInnhsThe I IThe
111 The HteamcTti Ieamer ewe cu e tpemrd HpIPd he to lie U li > co P hol holleas Illp Illp1R hc li liiraq
leas 1R that Hutchiiuon Hutchlnlon A Co of Clcvulam Clcvulamthe CI4wlalr CI4wlalrIhu Chishauitho
the ho owners ownef abandoned uandontd her to the tl undeiwriters undei undrwrill undessrit
writers wrill ssrit ens Sev Hventtn 5tiUnn liiHiirnnai hIHUrn companii companiiworn compan companwrf
interested having written t22fi0 t22fi0on 22r0 22i04on
worn wrf InterClled hvllK writtn
on th the boat bnt and l00000 100 on tho thf lie cargo Irgq Thn Thnput Tlwput lhicput I
put the matter mlter in tho hands of Smith Hmi h DicsCc Davl DavlA DaIHCo
A Co Buffalo Dlfaln underwriter underwrltpl and thot Hn Hnchoso trm trmchose tintchose
chose Cnpt C 1 M f Davis DIs of Milwaukee Milwaukeego fwuukpe t tgo to togo
go to the rescue rescueCapt rRce rRceCapl rescueCapt
Capt Davis is II 70 years Ylur old but he h wee wernt wlnl wlnlat weent
nt the job like Iko a house hOIle afire alrt He and Cap CapSmith Copt CoptSmih CapSmith
Smih Smith and the wrecking boats bonli worked o oho on onthe olie
the ho Hutchinnon for three Ihrlo clays dat and the thei thpl thpln tIna
n i regular old Lake Superior Htiorter Inottr cam camup cmo cmoup canttip
up Work was abandoned Ihondoned and the cro croun crew crewIal crcIsas
Isas Ial un taken Icilc n off and andlnt sent to Portage Portle Canal CanalBefore Canl CanlBefor CanalBefore
Before Befor leaving Iplvlnr the teamer tClllr Capt Smlt Smltthrew Hmlh HmlhIhrw Smitthrow
Ihrw threw out two anchors anlhon When lice tlf start ptornnhutml Rtormnhntd startuhcm
nhutml uhcm ted tlio thl I Icc captain Capt ci I ci rnturtwd Iltlrlrl retic rnicl und lne a nci louiit louiittho 101c I oum tic ticlIco
the HiUchinon off the rocks rockl and Ind and riding n ninrhor II IInnehol aanchcoc
nnehol inrhor She was leaking Ilnklnl sonio but blt hid lie liefalnn blr blrfnIM iiiralari
fnIM falnn bottom hotol had mivtu 11 Vl her htr from Kinking KinkingTlie lilkin lilkinThe milcikiuugTue
The pumps plmpR worn kept 1lt going goinp anti tlion en i iIVBH It ItwaR I IcaM
waR decided dleld decirl cd that t hll tho I he liutohinnon HulehlnHI I Icit oh iucso ii nina musAtari ninattart t ttar
Atari tar for Buffalo It would 10111rl cost co five fvt cent centbushel cenll cenlla
a 1 bushel hu hpi to bring hrlg the flux fux by rail rai to Buffal Buffalrom Bufnlo Bufnlofrom BcutTaltoni <
from rom the I he nearest port portBesides porl portIksides
Besides IKldr flax fax doesnt do verv Irv well wp on rare corfor Clri Clrifor rareor
for or it works orlM H ita way WiY through throujh the the cracki crackiIlio crackl cracklTho crackeIhce
Ilio union crew cm had to be reckoned t will willor wltl svltlor
for or they thlY refused rfl c d to work until Inll the under undervritent undprwriten cindervriters
writen vritent granted ganted a big bonus Then hpn th thiutchinfon the theHuthinlon ticItitchinimion
Huthinlon iutchinfon started on her voyage voyageSho voyageShin oyngeho
Shin ho reached Detroit on Dec ntc 11 1 with lix lixone 10 10ton 10onus
ton one of icu on her and looking lolcng like lke a I berg bergUl hergAl berghi
Al Ul hi the Ih I he captains in 11 Detroit shook then thenleads ll t ice Ir Irhends ci ciucads
leads when they Ihl heard what Capt CiPt Smith Smitlmd Hmlh Hmlhand Smithnd
md Davis fallflnlended intended to doYoull do doYoull doYoul
Youll Youl never nler get her through Ihrouph the Ice lc it itJike In Inlako iiake
lako Jike Erie they said saidWe MidWe saidWe
We got ot her through the ice in SuperioraId Superior Superioraid SuperiorMid
aid Davis Dail and ane well wel get her hEr through throiifilikn Ihroulh IhroulhIko throughakn
Iko ikn Erie if it I lakes tnk until unll the Fourth P PUly pf pfJuly otcly
July but Ive Ive got an idea IclR that well wel bihere bi bihere bo botherA
here on Christmas ChristmasThe lhrAtlnl lhrAtlnlThe thristniasrhe
The underwrite undet undersi rlel riters had to pay thc I ht = Govern Governnent Goer Goermenl Governcicot
nent to keep kep the lighthouses Ighthou8R going atErii atEriimd at Erie Erieand rii riind
md Buffalo Bulai They htY spent 1000 100 in tele teleraph lelegrph telemph
grph mph and telephone messageThey message 1f8R 1f8RTIley ncceasagnsThey
They had to appease appeaK the union crew al alverv ateverv nlverY
verY step but the Hutchlnwon lulchln on would havi havieached haohor hactcached
cached here hor on Friday if the union croW crewiif croWof
of if the Ice Ie breaking Ilrtaklng boats had not nOlrfl refuseo refuse ed <
10 o work half an 11 hour overtime when whln upei upeivater lJln lJlnwatlr uhtirater
watlr rater was wnl In night nightEvnrv Ihht IhhtEer sightEvorl
Evnrv Eer boat in the thl tli harbor that had hlc stead utofinip pteamup steadp
up ip p made mde its i I whistle whlUf nhriek lritk when the Hutch Hutchnson HUlchIn Ihitchniacin
dawn dawnThe dawnThe dawnlie
In niacin on was towed into the harbor nt
The captains t who had not slept Illpt in fortours fort fortlours forthOUM
hOUM ours did not stem stfm to regard rgan their feat ai aio Ii
0 very ver great greatFifty greatFifty
Fifty prat thousand tlouand bushels bUlhB of flnxseed fnxset wet wcriettisoned wre wreOl wetcitisnuted
ettisoned Ol Fif tMIEd in 11 Lake Superior and 3700 3700jushelsaro 3701 3701nuahelH 3700UBheltt
nuahelH jushelsaro arl are wet but 100000 100 bushels bUlhel1 are al alight al alight
right ight The boat bat is damaged daage about abut 40OM 40OMfheexpense 40000Theexpensc 4o0tlrheexpense
fheexpense and loss 10R amount to toabut about 100 100WO 10 100GO
0 WO w f so > the underwriters undenrter figure fgur that they has havlaved have haveIIVo hasawed
IIVo tl laved sins 1325 325 25 000 0 by the ho work ork of the two cap capaina captl capsins
JEALOIS IHOS OF HIS 11 RAIIV RAIIVrerterlek nHILFrrrlrk fl tfl tflrederiek
rerterlek IniiRanlt Inularlt Kills Jlh Ills hii Wife 11 am amThen and andTln andThen
Then Tln iotnmlU omlis Sulrlde SulrldeCHICAGO 1111111 1111111CmcAoo SuicieieCiucaco
CHICAGO Dec DEc 20 zOFred Fred Ptlugordt Ptuparct Ptlugardtordivare i iardwaro a ahardware
hardware dealer cealer at 7039 7019 Halstend la1tlad street streetlot streethot trlt trltIhot
Ihot hot lot and killed kil > his wife and then commitet commitetticide cOllled cOllledAuicice concnniteciuicicle
Auicice ticide today todayIt toda todaI
It I is i said id he was 1 jealous jtalouRof jealousof of his hlfown hisown own baby babyorn habyhorn babyUrn
horn Urn a week tk ago He HE had been accus accusjined aceutOIM accusauned
tOIM jined to his hi wifes wife society focel in the Ihl store ntorelow ItOr storedow
below and when the thl baby bab wa was born hor h hPcnme he hehfamI hi hiecame
hfamI Pcnme Irrationally Irratonal nngry I mingryandwiien n and nd when whtn oppor opporinity opportlir opporunity
tlir unity pre pretnlfdIMllf presented entpd it itself elf np today loda he committee comrltpd comrltpdtho conirnittiwIce
tho Ice 10 double crime crimeCHOICE crImeellolea
CHOICE 1111 0 OF A 4 horsE 10SF CAT CATvoid IT ITvoiti T Thold
void One On Mllh lh hth Sharp Thin Nose olr ant antTnltrhlnK and andIhlnl antiTnhtehlnE
TnltrhlnK Ihlnl Ears KargFrom Ian EarsPrnti I
From 101 the IklliidrlpMa hldrphir Hcrnrd HcrnrdA lrrnd I IA
A good oc ont nl HIP Idtnl hllil you want to have hnvii haein
in i the Ihl hoiifp hou p If tiny UI will 1 have hlr a I round rOlld Mubh Mubhutt St nub nubicc
111 utt tio nose e full fll fat til cheeks rh lk and nd upixr 11 lIp > nn nnwell Ind ccndl ccndlwell <
1 well 1 develope deplopll l bump hUIP on 01 iii the Ih top of the th head lieailetwecr 11111 11111b headetwecu
b etwecr twlel th Ihp ems bctnlienlnc conch Iood nature naturecleepy nltur nltursllPp nctccresleep
sleep sllPp cnt that purrs A good 100d deal dtal lo np npj apt aptto
to 5 j he 01 playful plafll nnd Rood Ioonnllrr Matured MaturedBy tcntciredU
By U nil ni mean to be hI avoided noirld is n I eat Inl witl witllin wilhthin ititttIn
thin tIn harp nose no e and twitching ears I IniBt I II IIinst
m1611 niBt 1w v remembered rtmlmbendll also o that thltn a good ood moiife moiifenot mOI nciocmeeiI r rI
I I not iieopusarlly nCsnrlr n gentle Inllp or deFlrnbk1 rIS I r hI pet petJthoiigh pelAlhollh PCIlticouigh
Alhollh Jthoiigh any an good ood eat lAI will wil cntoli clt1 mlip IUI cccli I Ihe Ir IrflI ii iiice
flI he is I not 101 overfed otrd Illck < iuick full ful expresslvi expresslviyes exllr sl slP
P yes tS KPiierally lelprRI betokei1 11 I Rood Ino < moils moilsThn 1 cucocislice
lice Brpiiteot grt t eat mlstaUp mist a hi nnd ci nd probably PrOifl bl y tin tinloot t hit hitiost
loot common one in tin rare of donieMtr donieMtrit
it < Is overfppdlnK partleuhirly too miipl nccccricent miipli
cent i Ht In wild llfp hf the pat hns pprcisp whirl whirllablen whIrlciuhles
lablen her to digest her food In In HIP Iii7 Iii7OIIRP litzolDIe >
olDIe life the t lie pnnip en rcn full fepdlnc feed In g lends Id to Mom Momch storitcli
ch tronbl t rocibles s mid ii mcd to t lit tltXOYEL litOlEI
low H h1cndircde imlrrIs of Carp nrp Were ere aught Ir IrSmall InSncali
Small lithe Iomls IomlsMen IonisPron
Pron Ihi 1oncc tOit Fnureunl FnureunlMen
Men nnd tOj hO of the hi west end of town townIVP townave
ave boen having it hnrvest dnrine dunn C the th pait paitiree oa oaares
ares or four days nih catching fl flelt h at a HempelV HempelVnd
nd Whites points west c eat of town lccrinig Hurlnctln Hurlnctlnant the theset
ant Htirmnir stuncnn en on nrrnnnt of a f HIP t ii a liKbt It ght rnlnfall rnlnfallle rim Iii fail failie
le wnter In these two ponds was very ery low lowml lowtiti
ml In fact for HIP I lie past thrpp I uucont monthK ha then thenas I heraits
as beon no outlpl out let from plthcr cI t her piinil piinilWhen liiiniihtcn
When htcn the Ice frppini weather wet her of the lust ten tennys teciriS
nys riS finiP leo soon formed unit roverlliK roverlliKtery ovenitigvet
vet tery di lr hole cci caused cuCed HIP t tie fish tl h to ci conn ciii iii iiisiithc bp bpputli
putli lhi cc < itp In In bnpei Imp of Rpttlni air Iliac Thnny Iliacrcyce
ny rcyce who fInal tpsteil HIP t lii breaking iiunlltlpx iiunlltlpxr itcucihht a ar
r thp t ha ICP ki in liopesnf of liPinc HIP t iii llrst toskati1 toskati1pre iii skcita skcitare
pre re thr t Iii oiu iicit > to diicovor HIM d tie prpilliaiupnt prpilliaiupntThe
r t iie flait flaitru
The ru newj oon sprpiil nml last Ilidny lt Iclity anil anililurriiiy ccciclin
ilurriiiy in cmlii too teat men nnd buyn tiii were lyon bimily tictccji PII PIIlined ci cia
lined a lied In sppiirin l fresh > p h halt H tar HIP Cl talilp talilpiiltlictji I a lila lilacatchers
catchers and axPH wpr > IIHPI ucsih aw tho t ti < pitli ittiicilicig pitliiilinn
iilinn iniplpiiints nnd whpn u NCIIOO nf nfsh ofihi
sh were BlBhli tgIctiI biiinnth Ic HIP I ice IIP was Htriick Htriickhard et rink rinkhard
hard blow The Ilili wiie it id I htiinned A bali holi1ns balias
ns then chopped t tlirnueh the in1 ii anal the theh theh
< h spcurpcl Snveriil I hiiiulreil Ii ii ccii red poiindH hoc ciii a of o f tls tlsprp II tc tcPr
prp Pr HPiiirPtl HIP majority nf tliPin being beingirtt beicigcr11
Mnskans Prefer Dried Vegetable VegetableAfter cgetnhuIpsim
im lit I c 1iuil n ii 1 fii jai pa paAfter
After twn Ia 0 ymirs urc In Aln tIcikn ki living in n taming ininiriKm
m tilt loirdini IIOIIIP II I t Conroy t 0dm who whoi
i Is conic down do w uc here to I o spend HIP t lii winter cc i ri u r wax waxinline oilsicitiuce
inline through itrocrrv and iirnvHion stores storessterday stOristerdcay
sterday in Mnrch nrcli of Onwon dphlccatPd dphlccatPdnip
nip aim VPKPtahlp lie was unable to find findty fociii
ty ii but insisted In iat eu that t baa t he hud liii ii been uslnu uslnunip icehnglup
nip lup innde from them In Alinki nil a II the t hi HIIIP HIIIPn
n I hud been there t When V hiatt told t Hint I ha I even if ifiln ifis
iln is was So o there t lien was no lisa for shah stuff stuffre stuffcrc
crc re now as R the markets were full of all kinds klndnf
f vegetables he saId lie had become ac acistomed accstonicd
istomed to the dried vegetable mid liked likediem Iikadacm
acm better than the fresh fre h ones because they theyTorded thil thilforded
forded a fine variety of seven different kinds kindsnd khcidccad
nd were ready to put In the pot nt once oncee
e finally found a man who had heard nf the theifcinteerated Ice Iceiuinterated
ifcinteerated desiccated vegetables hn wan wanarchinc wasarching
arching for and said they were put up for forlipment foriipnient
lipment to Alaska by a man at Dayton Daytonjt
jt they had never been Introduced In the thearket theccrket
arket here partly because them hart been beena
3 demand for them but mostly because bacacieemere becauseiere
mere hud never been any morn made than thanie thanIs
ie Alaskan market demanded
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C 4 Kill liItIEiI Kit OiF T B ll 1 110 110Transwai OY OYTransvaal
Transvaal Gash line Hauler Kills the Great Greatlleast Greatiheast
lleast nith a Shr Sheath tli knife linlfeIrtln knife1rtc
Irtln iliac lmtrtnn Mail Mailtiatne tlnffti
tiatne ti tilt Hatitfor Ilaua wi Wolliiitor ollcti rer of a f tin n It a Tranivoal Tranivoallovernmrnl Tn navaucl navauclUosenuc
Uosenuc lovernmrnl cciadl I ciimn cci tuce reserves reser sea had on Aug IO IOin 20in
in extraordinary iidventuro with n lion In Inwhich inwhich
which he nhowed great bravery and pres presnnro prescdci
nnro cdci of mlpd icm Ieh lIce story Is sent scat t to tlie t hue Field Fieldby
by 1 Major J S Hanilllnn wnrden of thppame thppamereserves ticelgamerPMris
reserves iiml iiltisted Ipy ia the certificate of ofAlfivd ofAhfraaJ
Alfivd K mj IViiHe risUltiit MiiKistrato of the theHnrliiTtdii theHi
HnrliiTtdii Hi rtiarunn lislrict lislrictVolhiiJcr ll8d net nettcIlcicJer
VolhiiJcr wlm was returning Io the S Sabt SabtIrnici bl blIrntn
Irntn n patrol tells fbi story sLur In thexo words wordsI
I lain tlillnir alone n Kiidlr path tint Ii nbout nboutin
in lioiir ci nfliiHiniHiM bier tiitisit H Imrl been n long march marchnnd cicanchritini
nnd I hail lciimilah iiifitd on nlnnd of tlio iii hays boynMy haysii
My ii ciii Utf i barked ha rk ccl nt cm t something lioltiit hi i hg nnd ii mcd n moment momentIHIIT uccomen uccomenis
IHIIT is I r I I cii stw Ii n lion rrnuchllitr rntcnbc it c c IOHC lose I to ci me onice on onhe
he tIT clde dde f turned turned my iii horse shnrnly In Inlm icclii
lm upposllc tliroction and hIs c no doubt doubtijiiUHed doubticisid
ijiiUHed thin linn to nils his spring sprinch
1 was unwilled mid Pimiiltaneously I Iav Isic
> av ntiotlier lion coining at me from the theipposlte the1lOshtdI
ipposlte cllreotlcn The 1Ic hor hone < e nmhed off offflth offsJth
flth the lii first lion In pursuit and thn secondto second
10 doubt considering mo the easier prey preyileketl pra praclekeri
ileketl mo up nlliioM before I touched the thnrrouncl theerotinni
rrouncl and grliiping me by thn Ic right shoulder shouldern
n such sin hi a position Unit 1 wiih faci < up with withny oitlticy
ny less nnd ci icd body hod dracKlin drct ccii cc o underneath ii nd cnn edt hi his hisjelly lilaleil
jelly leil proceeded to trot off down the path pathittrring pathcttrring
ittrring nil the hi time a loud crowlincr purring purringlolse primingcolse
lolse lu ttit t like Ii k e on n a snuill anni hi scale iaca Ic u cut does doesvhen doesrhen
vhen shi etc > wnlks oT with a mouse mouseI
I have reail LivlnestoneV nnrount of his hisleliiB hisacItig
leliiB takMi id kedi by n lion hut ho 4 thn m ill ann state I of a apathy apathynid pa I hy hyrich
rich nhsencp of pnln which lin sponl siaaks < K of wer werlot Ivericcct
lot nt all ill present In my iii csc I suffered sufferederrilily sccffenedirnl
errilily irnl laIr both hot it physically 111m3aien I b nnd ii ciii mentally mentallyspecially iii d1ti1ll d1ti1llajiteIiili
specially the latter my thoughts were hoe hoeItcln horIlile
Ilile ns nt that time I saw no possible way vnyof vnyofMape of ofscilpi
Mape Tlie rIc lion took inn tiPiirly two I iwo hun hunlre huntrait
lre trait < t ynrfls my spurn nil thii limn catching catchinghe
he ground until the iii leathers broke Sud Sudlenly Sudlenly
lenly 1 bethought mi of my dcc sheath knife knifevhlch knifochclcii
vhlch 1 carry on my Ict belt behind my right rightilp rightI
ilp I I
On reaching a large tree with overhanging overhangingoots
oots oots the lion stopped acid t then Mabbed Mabbeddm tabhedtitci
dm twice t it Iae In I cc tho t Ice right r I hct side with my ma y left hand handiear handcram
cram where chier I judged the heart to be 1 after nftervanl aftercurd
vanl curd found that the lINt slab touched thai thnlottom thaiottetia
lottom of the heart and the second one slit slitt
t down for Rome distance The lion Immedl Immedlitclydroppod hrncnediitchy
itclydroppod itchy droppd nv rind I ngain struck him In Inhe Inlii
he lii throat with all my force evidently sever severng severfIr
ng sonio large artery or vein ns the blood bloodpoured bloodoIircd
poured over me meHe citeIl
He Il jumped back and stood two or three threeiards threenrdu
iards on off finIn erne nun and growling I scrambled scrambledn
n my feet and having read of the Influence Influencehe
lii he human volrn is sulii to have I shouted shoutedill
ill Ii the most opprobrious epithets pithet I could couldhlnk couldhlcik
hlnk of nt him I expncted him to come at atnn atcii
nn cii agaIn but after it few moments ho turned turnednd turnedtcd
nd went slowly nwny till growling Soon Soonhn Soonhe
hn growls turned turned to moins acid then ceased ceasednd
nd I felt sure lie was dead deadllefori deadIlefora
llefori thi titls however I bad got up the theree thenec
ree ns fust as my In Injured arm acid shoulder shoulderrould shouldercould
could allow HIP and I was hardly securely securelyeated securelyecited
eated some twelve feet from thin ground groundilien groundhteci
ilien the 1w other 01 her lion routspd along on my fli blood bloodpoor bhoodpoor
poor to the font of the tree HP had been beennirsiied beenccrsececi
nirsiied throughout by my itt dog n large largeouch largeouch
ouch anil very cny courageous animal By flylila Byhis
his timn I was feeling faint nnd and tied my myelf In Inif
elf if to the tree for fear of losing conscious consciouslessnnd consciouseMs
lessnnd eMs cicid falling off offHe offIi
He Ii was finally rescued by it his boys and andmrried andarnicci
mrried to Harberton Hospital The lion ho hoiad head
iad so pluckily ilccckll fought was an old male with withIs
Is stomach absolutely empty The knife knifesed knifeed
sed ed was wa nn ordinary sheath l knIfe knIfeIIOOsSIIIIflS < nlfe nlfeWOOVSI
n I laritr That Illicit IHstllllnB Will Nerer Nererlie eyer eyerlie
lie Stamped Out Outmm hit hit1rnnn
1rnnn mm the Uninn Tin Telrnrafh TelrnrafhAn
An nld revenue oftlrer who has had years yearsf
f nctlvn acti expprlptifp in raiding still and andnplurine andapturlnc
nplurine blocltnler who has had many a aattic aattIc
attic wlli the outlaws nnd tial heard thin bullets bulletsroni bulletsmoult
roni tlvlr guns whistle past him who has hasiften hasften
iften orourhPil behind rocks an1 ani stood be beilnd hehid
ilnd hid tries t ra and who him doiw hli hcl sham In Inrying inrylcig
rying to stamp it a ccc p out I thr tie inlTrHntits mci arrenucta said a fewaa few fewlays
lays aa ago In spnaklne of blockaders and andanotKhlm andconcishl
anotKhlm ni whisikny w Ii sk n I IIIIVP him i bfin n revenue revenueifllcer nevenueThcar
ifllcer for alioiit twcinyHvi I or thirty t yearsnil years yearsnd
nd havp s ucan en all kinds of service under all allInrls allIctia
Inrls of circunHtiiiHes circa ccc ttIcciia and it nil I dont don I believe believeilorkarlliiK believeIocicrcl
ilorkarlliiK Iocicrcl lit g or illiiit Ill hi c dl at it tilling i II I ng will a I ii over be betopped betoppii
topped Th reason for nit my belief nnd I Irn Iiii
rn not th tin only nnc is nimply this t hula There Theresuch Themea
< such n largp In tee profit c itch t In I cc Lice blsin0 hc it nfls that t lid t the the1inntntinn 11ccill
1inntntinn ill litcit Inc at i4 Inn I 00 great i nat for ino ucot t of di f that t cla claf class classf <
f p popla oplp reganllps of the law tint heeding heedingrhat iceedlnghat
hat ha bfallii fellow monnhlncr Even Evenurgetting Evenrgetthuie
urgetting that lh i hay > y IIIIVP on > IIPPII caught caughtr
r suspoctod iintl tint the eyes eye of I hi h olflctrs olflctrsTP
TP on IhPiii I they t un right ahead cm and distill distillhe
he lii grain Li rim I cc Hut nt th I ho > snmi act inca tinv I Ina they t hcey or orn a ra ran
n the thc Inokout for raids rcilrh and hnvn tucic heir guns gunsver gccnsrar
ver racid riiidy 3 to nend n pprp ci nf f lend in inlntheir inlntheiriscovercr to 1 hi it itjscauvamir
iscovercr Th y an1 dir good flints too hardly hardlyilssliii bitrdl bitrdlI
ilssliii I lactic it when IV iaacc they t tie lmvi > n fair fca h r opportunity opportunitytiikp ii c a hart II nIt nItI
I tiikp tick aim aimI
I will give you an idea nf how cheaply cheaplyloniifhliip aheaplyonciciuc
loniifhliip whl ihalkt kpy i < iniidc acid tho n ha immenso immensomill iuncucalnomniflis
mill that t lcat ari reaped from Us snip jie They Theyiki Theyhi
iki hi one gallon of rheap black nniaiaass m laBse which whichst irhbrJasts
> st sts about 30 cents two t Id 0 liuhfl tal ii < meal mealistlin meatietitiiz
istlin u cpritH per bushel catch snme snanc water waterlii vatmiii
lii I < iniile intti ciLia a imi li allowed cilliii aah td ti ferment fprmpntlid
lid ad t HIM hca stnlT t then gfipx n throncli t tlie hi pincT pincTr tiroeiciran
r Iviiporntloiv iran Thin innoiitit of meal water waternil lasterii
nil ii tiuiliitwis iiiakis forty fact N iiillon act il whiskvy whiskvyhlih vhaickpyis
hlih i is suld fur 12 a trillion ny one > calm cuneetlie calmI
eetlie I I Ii ccaamcdncaa iminenxf uriillt from iliif I tile ilhan4t llliHtnitlnn llliHtnitlnnLatterly rmtlnui rmtlnuiI
Latterly I cct d aily brown i xugar icm ciu r hus Ii c Ipepn I c ii u icated fd in inlemlof litpaul
lemlof paul cii inola sii mail Nngrciit m ci iic iiit ilen che cheapar cheaparIt per perhe
he It Miirar ecaiia r ro tit ts S ihoiil a tcouc t I eenti a a jifiiind jifiiindicrc cifiundcerr
icrc are linn pdutids in ifl a luirrcl rniklnt It Itsl inast
ast sl fii > o ni i luirrel An iniineiicp aniouni aniounir cantoinniiccailcasaaa
r iiinliiKwps i Is made from mcci a barrel of sngat sngatnd sciccicccl
nd the tic protlt is almnxt twice t wtci n ai Lrtiit as in insing hItclii
sing clii g the I iii first Ii rat method ccc et land Distiller I Iit II Irs are rnp rnpirid cc ci ciinal
irid every day alta and when tlipvurp r ent in inrisnn intona
risnn tona others ci Icarus IIIKP their jaIraca ntnron and thus lIce tlierpptual lIceriaticui
rpptual low of while liclitnliiu liclitnliiuTill ii eictcciccuicitE
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