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The Te Presidents Preidents special speca message on onPanama onPanama onPanama
Panama will wi be read all al over the world worldifith worldit worldwith
with it universal uivera interest intrest We wish we wecould weculd wecould
could culd add that it will wi be read with pro profound profoud profound ¬
found foud satisfaction satisfacton as a convincing docu document document doctiment ¬
ment by those who agree agce in tho main mainwith mainwth mainwith
with wth the Administration Administraton in its is Panama Panamapolicy Panamaplcy Panamapolicy
policy policyMr plcy policyMr
Mr HAY Hy is away sick but the Presi President President President ¬
dent is i not bereft beref of safe sae and sane coun couneellors counslo counsellors
eellors slo in Washington WashingtonThe Wahington WahingtonTe
The Te message need not have been writ written written written ¬
ten at this time It J need not have been beenRent beenlent beensent
Rent lent to t the Congress Congcss at this thi time What Whatenemy Whatenemy Whatenemy
enemy of the President persuaded peruade him himto himto himto
to wite write it and send it itTho i ihe itTho
Tho he Open Shop in Chicago ChicagoIn
In two departments departmentl of supreme im importance imprtnce importance ¬
portance prtnce in municipal lifo lfe the city cty of ofChicago ofCcgo ofChicago
Chicago Ccgo has furnished furished object lessons lessonsof
of incalculable incllculable value One of these is isIllustrated istustrate is1llustrated
Illustrated tustrate by the achievements of the theMunicipal theMucipl theMunicipal
Municipal Mucipl Voters League which has hasmet hasmet hasmet
met withsuch signal sigllsuccess success in i the dis dispersion disprion dispersion ¬
persion prion of tho thGray thoGray Gray Wolf Wol Pack and the thesubstitution theJubituUon theubetitution
JubituUon substitution of at least a I reasonable reasonablemeasure reasonablemeure reasonablei
measure meure i of decency decncy in the place plac of open openand opn opnand openand
and disgraceful disgrcfu corruption corrpton in Chicagos ChicagosCity Chie ChicagosCityCouncils gos gosCIty
City CityCouncils Councils Councis The Te other appears appear in inan inanprnizton an anorganization anrgnnIzation
organization prnizton of moro mor recent establish establishment establsh establshment establishment ¬
ment In its accomplishments aCQ9mplshments the Em Employers Employer Employers ¬
ployers ployer Association Jlsocaton seems to have been beenas ben benI
as I successful successfu in its it special speci field feld as 1 the theVoters theVotr theVoters
Voters Votr League Igo has h been in the solution solutionof
of a a municipal municip problem problemThe problemTe problemThe
The Te workingman workngn knows little lte of the thebusiness thebusinesf thebusiness
business businesf office ofc of margins magins of profit proft of offixed offxe offixed I
fixed fxe charges chargel and selling selng expenses expnses He Hesees HoleM Heseen
sees leM raw material materal converted cnvered into mer merchandise mercbardisoand merchandiso ¬
chandise cbardisoand and shipped shippd he hears hers that thathis thathis thathis
his employer has ha effected efecte a sale or a con contract contract contract ¬
tract representing reprsentng so many thousands thousandsor thousads thousadsor
or millions miion of dollars dolars and he sees see the thodistribution thedistrbution thedistribution
distribution distrbution of the weekly payroll payrol This Thismakes Thismake Thismakes
makes make a foundation foundaton upon which the thoglibtongued theglbtongue theglibtongued
glibtongued glbtongue agitator agtator and the dema demagogue demagoge demagogue ¬
gogue goge whether simply deluded delude or down downright dow dowrght downright ¬
right rght dishonest build buid their argument argumentthat argumentthat argumentthat
that the laborer is not getting geting his fair fairshare fairshare fairshare
share of the results resuls of his employers employersbusiness emplorcs emplorcsbusines eniployersbusiness
business busines From this ths conviction convicton it is isan isan isan
an easy ey step to the argument that or organized orgaize organized ¬
ganized gaize demand demd backed bcke by strikes is isthe isthe isthe
the only recourse of tho wage earner
Thin Thi is broadly broaly speaking lpaking an economic economicfallacy economiofRlac economicfallacy
fallacy fRlac but it finds fnds ready lodgment logment and andrank andrnk andrank
rank rnk growth gowth in the minds of many manyStrikes manyStrikes manyStrikes
Strikes follow folow and ad while whie the history htor of ofstrikes ofstrikes ofptrikes
strikes shows clearly cearly the folly foly and the thocostliness thecotnes thecostliness
costliness cotnes of the strike stike theory a large largepercentage largepercntgo largepercentage
percentage percntgo of organized orgnize labor clings cig to tothe tothe tothe
the idea ide that only by striking strking can cn labor laborobtain laborobtain laborobtain
obtain its rights It regards regars organized organizedcapital organizedcapital
capital as 8 organized organize robbery and ad iij iijdividual iUdivdual 1r 1rdividual
divdual dividual employers employer as 1 individual indivdual rob robbers robbrs robhers ¬
hers brs Prom Fm the prevalence prvence of this thiseconomic tWseconomo thiseconomlo
economic economo disease disae Chicago Ccgo has ha suffered sufferedacutely sufferedacutelydnrlng
acutely actly acutelydnrlng during dung the te thelast last lat two or three thee years yearsAs year yearsAs
As A individual indivdua establishments estblihment Chicago Chicagoemployers Ccgo Ccgoemploy Chicagoemployers
employers employ were helpless helples The Te labor laborunion laboruion laborunion
union uion was w too to strong for them and loss lossof lss lssot lossof
of profit prf was w the te alternative aterative of total tot loss lossof loB lossof
of business buIn and a consequent consequet ruin rin Sue Success Suecess ¬
cess c In what was sometimes sometmes perhaps perhapsonly perhapeonly
ony only a reasonable roble demand by the union unionnoon uon unionsoon
noon 10 led le to t demands demds which whch were beyond beyondreason byond byondreson beyondreason
reason reson accompanied by methods methos which whichware whichwa whichwere
ware wa without wthout justification jutfcton in either law lawor lawor lawor
or morals moralsTo morls morlsTo moralsTo
To an a organized ognize aggression aggeSlon whose whosomethods whosemethol whosemethods
methods methol had h become bcome Intolerable itolerble Chicago Chicagohas CWcgot Chicagobus
has t now opposed oppose an organized organize resist resistance reslstac resist81co ¬
ance ac Organized Orne labor by the adoption adoptionof adopton I
of f oppressive oppresive methods methoe courted coure and has hasmet hs ha haI
I met defeat at the hands hnd A of an organiza organization orgalz organizntlon ¬ I
tion t n of proprietors prpetor A year ago the tholaborunion thelabrunion thelaborunion
labrunion laborunion was WI dominant aggressive aggressiveIntolerant a aggressivejtolerant essive essiveJtlerat
Intolerant Jtlerat and intolerable Today Toay they theysk theyask theyask
ask sk for that which whic they then demanded demandedThe demandedTe demandedThe
The Te Employers Association Associaton has taught taughtthem tnupht taughtthem
them them that the employer nnd the public publicjiftye plhlo plhlove publicrights
jiftye ve rights rgt which hich unionism must not notaifempi notatempt notattempt
attempt atempt to override overrideThe overrde overrdeThe overrideThe
The January Januar issue Ils le of the Worlds Wolds Work Workpresents Workprsents Workpreeiit3
presents prsents an interesting intercRtin account of the thomethods themrthos themethods
methods mrthos and the achievements of this thisassociation thisaSociaton thisassociation
association aSociaton Tho writer of the article articleBums aricle aricleIums articlesums
Bums Iums up the concrete results reflls of tho work workof workof vorkof
of the association locaton for the past piat year yar in intho Inthe Inthe
the following folowing list lft lftJ
1 The Te sympathetic smpaheUo strike atrke has ha practically practtAly been beenabolished bee beeabIhel beenibo1Ihet1
abolished abIhel In Chicago ChlAro ChlAromnvemrnt
2 The movement or capital rlllll from Chicago Clraro on onaccount one onc I
account e ount of labor troubles has hl been checked checkedsi
si t 3 Thecffectlveness Te eferUven M of tf the lockout as a a means men of ofbreaking of6rraktai ofrrak1ar
breaking 6rraktai a I strike strke has h beenjiroved beenJrord beenJrordTe been jroved
4 Toe Te nonunion nonlnlon non unon man has ha been protected prtected In his hisdent hi hidrr hkdeatre
drr deatre dent re to work wherever he please This Thl Is t the thnopen theopcn thtI
I open openhp shop
5 The employer has hn hen educated edlcated to appreciate appreciatethe Ippreclate IppreclateIhe
the value vAlle of organization organizationPerhaps orlanlzlton orlanlzltonPcrhap organizationPorhai
Perhaps the most mOft important of those thoseis thcfe thcfeis
is the ostnWWiinent cstnhlhmfnt of the rights of ofthe ofthE ofthe
the thE nonunion man Iln TTpon 1pon thnt rock rockunionism rck rckJ rwkj
J j unionism Inlonilm will wi ho wrecked wherever tho thotesna thoisuo thoiss1t3
tesna IK brought bru ht to determined trial trialThe trialThe trialThe
The prohibition prohibiion of tho right of any man manto manto manto
to sell Hel > his labor Inl1r where he will wi and tho thoright thori theright
right ri ht of An employer to hjrc or to dis discharge lll lllchargo discharge
charge ns al ho snns ICCR lit l is not only a viola violation violation violstion ¬
tion off o oi the th fundamental laws of this thisland thlf thisland
land hut equally equaly n I violation violaton of tho thorights thoightsof therights
rights ightsof of man The union man may ma re refuse refuso refuse ¬
fuse to work beside befide the nonunion mun munif munhe manif
if he so elects aleltf but his hlf only justifiable justifiablecourse jURtlable jURtlableCOlrfC justifiablecourse
course COlrfC is l peaceable paceable withdrawal wiJulrnwal and nb nbftofuta Rbfoitlf absolitfe
ftofuta foitlf nonInterference inside infido or out outside fut futside outside ¬
side of the shop with wih thin man n11n whoso whosopresence whoRepresence whosepresence
presence ofTendH olend him In neither law Inwnor lawnor lawnor
nor nlorals has ho any an shadow Ihndow of right to todeclare todeclar toI
I declare thnt his equal cf111 in skill Iki and I0I intel intelligence intellgenc Intelhigenco ¬
ligence lgenc shall hal not work Iwsido Imfille him himJf himI himif
Jf I unionism worn always n t guarantee guaranteeofskill ruarntee ruarnteeofRkl guaranteeofkihl
ofskill In each particular craft and nd
ofRkl talh partitulnr rlt n nguarantee t tllrnnto aguarantee
guarantee llrnnto of uhiinirter Ihlfttcir fidelity fdelty and andsobriety andobriety andsobriety
sobriety tho methods methocl of unionism would wouldstand wouldstnd wouldstand
stand stnd much higher hijhor in public publo estimation estimationAs estmaton estmatonAs
As a 1 fact fact1 tho union is often a refuge for forthe forteicmptnt forthe
the Incompetent and tho unworthy who whoI
q 1 r3Sg I
seek sek the benefit bneft bonefitof of the advantages advate s whichthe whichtho which whichthe
the organization orgaizt t is i supposed 8uppoedto to confer conferWhile Cnfer CnferWhio conferWhile
While Whio any tUY conflict on ct between btween capital cpitl and andlabor andlabor andlabor
labor between employer and ad employee employeecan employe
can ClI only bo b regarded as a deplorable deplorblo it itseems itReems itseems
seems almost amost inevitable inevitble that the issue issueof isue isueof issueof
of the open opn versus velU the tie closed shop must mustbo mut mutbo mustbe
bo met and ad fought to a 1 finish fnih The pre precipitation pr procipitatlon ¬
cipitation cpiaton or the avoidance avoidac of the strug struggle strg strggle struggb ¬
gle gb rests rlt with unionism union m That it is seek seeking seeking seeking ¬
ing to strengthen strngthen its it forces by byall all al possible possiblemeans posible posiblemeas possiblemeans
means meas there ther is 1 no doubt That TI t it hopes hopesfor hops hopsfor hopesfor
for a day when the issue can cn be b tried triedwith triedwith
with the chances chancs of success succss in its it favor favoris
is equally equaly unquestionable unquestonable Probably Probablynothing Probablynothing Probablynothing
nothing except excpt the shrewdness shrwdness of some someof someof someof
of its It leaders leader averts Iwer an a early test of the thequestion thequeston thequestion
question queston While WUe they stand std for the theprinciple theprinciple theprinciple
principle of no employment for the non ifonunion nonunion mbaunion
union man they do not regard rgard the time timeas tmo tmoM
as ripe rip nor their present position poiton suffi sufficiently suf aufficiently ¬
ciently centy strong to justify jutfy a struggle strggle of ofsuch ofsuch ofsuch
such dimensions dimensionsIn
In the skirmishes of the past pat year the thepurposes thepurpoe thepurposes
purposes purpoe of the labor agitators agittol have have usu usually usualy usually ¬
ally aly been defeated The President Prsident of the theUnited theUnited theUnited
United States Sttes gave his verdict squarely squarelyagainst Hquarelyagainst squarelyagainst
against them by his positive positve indorse indorsement Indore Indorement indorsemeat ¬
ment of that finding fnding of the Anthracite AnthraciteCoal Anthract AnthraciteCoal
Coal Strike Strke Arbitration Commission Commilsion which whichdeclared whichdecard whichdeclared
declared declaredIt decard decardIt
It la L adjudged adudred and awarded hit no person pern shall shallbe shaUbe shallbe
be refused reused employment or In I any way discrimi discriminated dlsrml discrimieated ¬ I Inated
nated against on account of membership or non nonmembership noumem nonmembership
membership mem berhlp In any AY labor organization oralzlon and ad that thatthere thl thatthere
there shall shal be no discrimination dlscrnllnalo against or Inter Interference Inlerference Interfereuce ¬
ference with any employee who bo Is L not no a member memberol
ol any 5fl organization oranlzalon fry ty means mea 01 such such organiza organization orlanz organizatton ¬
tion lon lonUpon
Upon the heels hel of this thi enunciation enuncaton of ofa ofa ofa
a broad economic principle priciple there ter comes comesthe comesthe comesthe
the demonstration dcmonstrton by the Chicago Chicgo Em Employers Employem Employers ¬
ployers Association Asocaton that the principle principlecan priciple priciplec
can c be made effective efectve and ad that they theyhave theyhaye theyhave
have proved both its it effectiveness efectvene and andita andit andits
its it wisdom wisdomIlatlier w wisdomItatlaer dom I Innther
Ilatlier Manly and Modest ModestIn ModestIn Iode t tIn
In his first frt message to tho Board Boar of ofAldermen ofAlderen ofAldermen
Aldermen Alderen the new Mayor of New York Yorkdoes Yorkdoes Yorkdoes
does not blink blnk the conditions conditons in the thePolice thePolce thePolice
Police Polce Department Deprment nor take tke refuge be behind b behind ¬
hind the plea that tht because things thng are not notso notso notso
so bad bd in New York as al in some other othercommunities othercomunites othercommunities
communities comunites no effort efort at improvement improvementshould improvementshoud improvementshould
should shoud be made mae here hereInstead hereIntead hereInstead
Instead Intead Col MCCLELLAN looks look the thetruth thetruth thetruth
truth in the face Ho perceives percive the diffi difficulty dif difficulty ¬
culty of the job before bfore him and makes makesI make
no rash rah nor bombastic bombtc pledges pledgesThe plcdgcsThe pledgesThe
The Mayors message messlge reads more like likethe lke lkethe likethe
the private conversation comeraton of an intelligent intelligentprivate intelgent intelgentprvate intelligentprivate
private prvate citizen citien than the first frst formal f rma utter utterance uter uterunc utteranco ¬
ance unc of a partisan parisan office ofc holder It will wi be beencouraging b beencouraging
encouraging encoua ing toMr tolrlcCLELANS McCLELLANs friends friendsThey friendsThey friendsThey
They will wi bo b especially espcialy pleased please that tht he hedoes hedoe hedoes
does doe not attempt atempt to dispose of all al of the theproblems theproblem theproblems
problems problem of our municipal government governmentfinally goernmentfnaly governmentfinally
finally fnaly at one time tme and with one splendid splendidsweep splendidsweep splendidsweep
sweep of the pen penMayor penMayor penMayor
Mayor McCLELLANs lCCLJIL 8 first frst message is isshort isshor isshort
short shor but it is long enough to show that thathe thathe thathe
he recognizes recogie the fact that he must mut be bejudged b bejudged
judged judge by what hat he does and not by bywhat bywhat bywhat
what he says he is i going to do doAn doAn doAn
An TJrccnt Ur ent Situation
The Te situation siuaton as a regards a number numbr of ofthe ottho ofthe
the charitable chartble institutions instutons of the State Statehas Statehas
has become so serious that the demand demandfor demad demadfor demandfor
for legislative legilatve relief rlef this winter will willhardly wi willhardly
hardly hadly go unheeded unheded This Ti applies apple par particularly pr prticarly particularly ¬
ticularly to those institutions which
ticarly t thos insttuton are aredevoted ar aredevoted
devoted devot to the care cr of the feeble minded mindedThe mnded mndedThe mindedThe
The Rome Custodial Asylum is a case cae in inpoint inpoint inpoint
point and it is i a pivotal pivotl instance instanc for the thereason theraon thereason
reason raon that tat tho swamping of the theaylum theaylumat theasylum theasylumat asylum asylumat
at Rome moans meas the swamping of other otherinstitutions otherittutons otherInstitutions
institutions ittutons which are ar feeders fedel to it itho ithoSyacuse itthe ittheSyracuse the theSyracuse
Syracuse Syacuse Institution Instituton for Feeble Minded MindedChildren MindedCidrn MindedChildren
Children Cidrn for instance inRtnr and the Newark NewarkCustodial NewarkCtoial NewarkCustodial
Custodial Ctoial Asylum AsylumIn Aylum AylumIn
In the te case eae of both these thee lost lat named namedinstitutions namedittuton namedInstitutions
institutions ittuton the functions are a limited lmitd to tocertain tocri tocertain
certain cri specific spcifc purposes purp0eR Tho Newark NewarkAsylum NewarkAylum NewarkAsylum
Asylum Aylum has charge carge of feeble minded mindedwomen mindedwomen mindedwomen
women until unt such time tmo as a they have havepassed haveplsed havepassed
passed plsed the childbearing chidbearng age The Syra Syracuse Symele Syracase ¬
case ele institutions isttutons mission mision is i to care cre for forchildren forchidren forchildren
children of weak minds
chidren particularly particularlywith partcularly i iwih
with wih the view to ascertaining Moriig whether whetherthey whetherthey whetherthey
they ore ao or are not teachable Those Thosewho Toe Toewho Thosewhoare
who whoare are ar plainly hopeless hople8s in this respect respectare respct respctar
are ar sent either eiher to Rome direct or in the thecase thece thecase
case ce of women to Rome ultimately ulmately but butafter butaftr butafter
after aftr detention detnton in tho Newark asylum asylumuntil aylum aylumuntl asylumuntil
until untl the childbearing chidbarng age is passed passedIn
In order that these institutions institutons may ac accomplish ac accomplih accomplish ¬
complish complih the purposes purpoes for which they theywere theyer theywere
were er created cratd the Rome asylum Wylum must mlt be beable b beable
able to relieve rleve them of charges who have havelegitimately hayelegiimately havelegitimately
legitimately legiimately passed pased beyond byond their Juno jurisdiction jurs jursdicton Junodiction
diction dicton and ad BO somake make room for applicants applicantswho app1ct applicantswho
who are ar entitled entited to their care careSo cr careSo
So far from the Rome Custodial Asy Asylum Asylum AsyItim ¬
lum being bing able to meet this demand demandthere demandthere
demald demaldther
there ther are now over 400 40 applicants applcants who whoare w who whoare o oare
are unable to obtain admission admiflion Tho Thoasylum Tho8ylum Theasylum
asylum 8ylum is crowded to its utmost limit limitThis lmit lmitThis limitThis
This means mCAnl that that the Syracuse and andNewark ard ardNewark andNewark II
Newark institutions Institutons are swamped swamp and andthe andthe andthe
the swamping of these institutions inRttutons means meansthat meanRthat meansthat
that almshouses almsholseR throughout the State are arefilled ar arefilled
filled fle with feeble minded patients ptients in indirect indirec indirect
direct direc violation iolaton of the law which pro prohibits prohihits ¬
hibits the reception rerpton by almshouses almshOIRcs of ofthis ofthis ofthis
this class caRI of unfortunates unfortunatesBut unfortunteR unfortunteRBut
But the evil evi does not stop sup there Fa Families Famie Familks ¬
milks mie are burdened burdene with wih tho caro of offeeble offeehle offeeble
feeble minded children chidren and women who whoare whoare whoare
are proper subjects for tho care fIO of the theNewark theNewark
Newark fwnrk asylum are at largo in many manycounties m manycoumnties ny nycounte I
counties counte of the Stale Ate with tho deplorable deplorablefconpequoncea deplorablofconsequcncM deplorableconsequiencetu
fconpequoncea consequiencetu which are a natural naturl result resultof
of the fact factFurther fact factFuurthor
Further Furthfr than thln that public publc moneys are arebeing arebein arebeing
being bein disbursed lhlrRCd for the care of tho feeble feebleminded feeblemindfd fehleminded
minded mindfd in private institutions intttutionR at at a cost costnearly cot costnearly
nearly nfarl double dOl hie tho amount which would wouldcaro woullclro wouldcare
care clro for them at the Romo Custodial CustodialAsylum CURtodiAIArylum CustodialAsylum
Asylum Arylum The TI cost co t of curing clrjn for the pa patients patents patients ¬
tients tents nt lt tho Romo institution i tuton is 3 per perweek rlr rlrwcck perweek
week The cost coat at the Brunswick lrunRwirk Home HomeAmllyvilln HomeAmiyvilo HomeAmityville
Amllyvilln Amiyvilo is from W 1 to 0 per week weekDuring weekDurinJ weekDuring
During DurinJ tho past pmts three yjsarB yarl various variouscounties vaious variouscounties I IMunticA
counties in the State havo paid tho thoBrunswick thoBrunAwick theBrunswick
Brunswick Homo over 100000 1000 for tho thocare thocare thecare
care of patients who should have been beenaccommodated hcenlwcommmlated beenaecotnmorlatecl
accommodated at Rome This means meansnn meansan moansan
an unnecessary expenditure expendiure of from fromt11fl fromiItY
t11fl 30000 to tl00 tl00It tnf
It I w i1 but justice justce to the Legislature to tonay toRIY tosay
RIY nay that it has hl done its is best within witin the thepost thepMt thepast
post two years to relieve relevo this situation situationIt situaton situatonI
It I has hll passed pl led appropriation appropriaton after afer appro appropriation appropr approprilition ¬
priation pr ltion to enlarge enlalJo the capacity capacty of the theRome theHomo theltonrn
Rome Asylum only onl to encounter the veto vetoof vetoof eto etoof
of Tiovernor noveror invernor ODELU With Wih the earnest earnestIndorsement earest earestindorsement earnestIndorsement
Indorsement of the Rome Board of ofManagers ofManagers ofManagers
Managers and of the State Board Boa of ofChsritles ofChitl ofChirLtIes
Chsritles Chitl it only at the lost 1lt session 80ion ap Bp BpI ¬
propriated proprat money 10n for a building buiding at Rome Romewhich Rme Rmewhich Romewhich
which would have increased the capacity capacityof capcty capctyof
of the institution insttution by 100 l0ptient patients The TheGovernor Te TeGovernor TheGovernor
Governor peremptorily premptriy vetoed vete it just jut as ashe asbe
he has hn vetoed vetoe every ever measure meaur tending to toavert toavert
avert or relieve releve the deplorable condition conditioninto oondton oondtoninto conditioninto
into which the charitable chaitable institutions insttutons of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the State Stte have drifted driftedHtomarhologlcal dried driedStomathologlcal driftedStomachologleal
Htomarhologlcal Stomathologlcal Sociology SociologyTho 80eloloyTho SociologyThe
Tho struggle stMggle to keep warm war must not be beallowed bealowe beallowed
allowed alowe to slacken thc struggle to keep keepup keepup keepup
up with wih the march of sociology The Thosociology Thesocology Thesociology
sociology socology of the stomach is the branch branchwhich branchwhich branchwhich
which has ha been making the most gratify gratifying graty gratying gratifying ¬
ing progress of late Thus hus the Hon HonEDWARD HonEDWARD HonEDWARD
EDWARD MALLIXCKKODT lALLISCKRODT Jr of Harvard HarvardUniversity HarvardUniverity HarvardUntvernity
University Univerity has offered ofere as 1 his thesis thesisfor thesisfor thesisfor
for the degree of master mater of arts art his hisdietary hisdietr hisdietary
dietary dietr studies in the Harvard refec refectories refectrie8 refectories ¬
tories trie8 The world hungers hunger and thirsts thirststo thirts thirtsto
to know upon what meat the Harvard Harvardstudents Harvardstudents Harvardstudents
students feed that they are grown grow so sogreat sogeat sogreat
great geat in athletic performances perforances Tho ThoHon TheHon ThoHon
Hon JOHN P Fox sometime sometme a nutrition nutritioninvestigator nutriton nutritoninvetigator nutritioninvestigator
investigator invetigator at tho Wesleyan University Universityin Univerity Univerityin1iddletow
in in1iddletow Middletown Conn C nnj the capital rapitl of ofProf ofPf ofProf
Prof Pf ATWATER ATWATEI has ha made a number of ofdietary ofdieta ofdietary
dietary dieta studies of professional mens mensfamilies mensfamie macnsfamilies
families famie in Cambridge and Boston and anda
a great publishing publshing institution istituton the De Department Department Dcpartment ¬
partment of Agriculture Agiculure has ha been asked askedto aked akedto
to make those studies public publc The sub subject Bubjec subject ¬
ject jec is fascinating facnatng and mysterious It Ithas Itha Ithas
has ha high psychological as a well wel as socio sociological 80ciological sociological ¬
logical import imprt What meats meat or legumes legumesor
or cereals cera what wht divagations diagatons of digestion digestionwhat digeton digetonwhat digestionwhat
what eccentricities eccentricites of metabolism metbolsm make makethe makothe makethe
the professional profesionl men of Cambridge Cambridgeand
and Boston Bostn so bilious bious against againt the frame frameof
of things so passionate for reform so soeager soeager soeager
eager to sign sig petitions pttons and instruct instrct man mankind munkind mankind ¬
kind The answer must be sought in inMr inr inMr
Mr r Foxs studies studiesThe studiesThe studiesThe
The nutrition nutriton work at Middletown Middletowngoes Iiddletowngoe
The fundamen fundamental fundmentalnws
goes goe on prosperously ¬
tal talnws laws of nutrition nutriton and ad their economic economicand economicand economicand
and sociological socologica application applcaton to the food foodof foodof foodof
of man mann are being tracked tracke and are on the theedge theege theedge
edge ege of discovery A general dietary dietarystandard dietar dietarystandardN
standard may be established establshe at any anymoment anymoment anymoment i
moment a practical practcal guide time tme table tableand tble tbleand tableand
and almanac of the stomach may soon soonbo Boonbe soonbe
be within wihin the reach of all al Cooking ex experiments experiments experinients ¬
periments have been submitted to by bymany bymany bymany
many patient patent lovers lover of science and their theirkind thehkind theirkind
kind Digestion Dgeton experiments experment have been beenmade beenmade beenmade
made in many parts of the country countryHere countryHere countryHere
Here In this town tw too we hope What Whatis
is the income and outgo of grilled gried bones bonesWhat bonesWhat bonesWhat 1
What is the expenditure expendiure of nitrogen nitrogencarbon nitrogencarbon nitrogencarbon
carbon and energy incident incdcnt to the met metabolism metabolsm metabolism ¬
abolism abolsm of a golden buck and a kidney kidneyat
at 2 A AI M Has Ha the respiration repirton calori calorimeter calorimeter calorimeter ¬
meter thrown any light lght upon the pathol pathology patholog pathology ¬
ogy og of lobsteritis 10bRterits These are concerns concernsthat conccrf concernsthat
that come near to the business and midst midstof midstof midstof I
of millions miions But they are ae not likely to tobe tobe tobe
be enlightened enlghtened greatly greaty by tho publica publication publca publcation publication ¬
tion of dietary dietr experiments expriments made in the thoBoston theBoston theBoston
Boston School of Housekeeping and the theBible theBible theBible
Bible Normal Noral College Colege of Hartford HartfordWe HartfordWe HartfordWe
We conclude with a glad plad word for the theHon theHon theHon
Hon HORACE FLETCHER who is if culti cultivating culi culiatng ctiltivating ¬
vating atng high health healh and thoughts on a alittle altle alittle
little ltle oatmeal at a Fifth Fih avenue hotel hoteland hoteland hoteland
and for Major DEAN of Omnha who
practically practcaly the art of ofl living ng on
15 cents a t day We havo sometimes sometimesfeared sometmef sometimesfeared
feared fered that sociology 10colo was WC all al heart Now Nowthat Nowthat ow owthat
that it has spread to the stomach its itsbeneficent is isbenefcent itsbeneficent
beneficent activity will be gloriouslyenlarged
benefcent wi gloriously gloriouslyenlarged lorou8l lorou8lenlarged
enlarged enlargedMayor enlargedIa enlargedMayor
Mayor Ia or Harrison larrllol and the Theatres TheatresSince Thrlre ThrlreSince TheatresSince
Since the fire fre in the Iroquois Theatre Theatrein Thetre Thetrein
in Chicago Chiralo in which nearly 600 persons personslost personslost
lost their lives lves the municipal muniCpal authorities authoritiesof authoriies authoriiesof
of that community communit have hn ve been investi investigating invost inveotigating ¬
gating gatng the theatre buildings buiding to discover discoverviolations discocriolations discoverviolations
violations of the building and fire fre regu regulations regulatonl regnlations ¬
lations latonl The result of this investigation investigationBO invest aton atonIO
BO far has been the discover that
IO hl discovery prac practically prlC prlCtcaUy practicahly ¬
tically tcaUy every play house in Chicago fails failsto faHf failsto
to comply with wih the not nt too tOI stringent stringentrules Rtringentrules stringentrules
rules of construction constrcton and operation operton es established cstablshed estabhished ¬
tablished tablshed by the State and city cityThe cityThe cityThe
The Hon CARTER H HARRISON HARIROS upon uponlearning uponlearinK uponlearning
learning learinK of this condition conditon of affairs affairsordered afairf affairsordered
ordered tho offending oIendinJ theatres theatref to be beclosed becose beclosed
closed cose until unti alterations aleratons could be made madethat madethat madethat
that would bring brng them within the law lawDrasticaction lawDrstcacton lawlrasticaction
Drasticaction Drstcacton on the part of the Mayor Mayorbut Mayorbut laJrbut
but justified justfe by the facts It I looked loole as nsthough asthough asthough
though Mayor layor HARRISON intended that thatthe thatthe thatthe
the laws lawf aws should bo b obeyed even if they theycaused thercuse theycaused
caused cuse some inconvenience inconV nieno to the men menwho menwho menwho
who hitherto have violated violate them but the theMayor theIyor theMayor
Mayor Iyor is now reported as changing his hisground hisKrOtmd hisground
ground and devising devisinp a plan by b which whichobedience whichobience whichobedience
obedience obience to tho lawcnn law cn can be obtained obtainedwithout obtaine obtainedwithout
without inconvenience inconvenlenrto to the theatres theatresThe thpotreshe theatresThe
The he new plan attributed atribute to him is sim simplicity simplcity sinupurity ¬
purity plcity itself iself It I is thus described defrrlb in inthe inthe inthe
the news from Chicago ChicagoHe
He e suggested today Ind I that amendment amcadnlent to the thebuilding theblldln thehutiding
building ordinance might he adopted removing removingsome remnlnrMme remosnrsome
some of the provision proI lon of Ihe ordinance such lch M ssautomatic Mautomalo Msutomatlo
automatic automalo sprinkler SO so tint the theatres m ma may y be beopened beopened
opened and continue contnue to do buslneM until unll the ordl ordinance ordlnance ordl050cc ¬
nance can be remodelled remadcltd by the Council CouncilIt Counci CounciI Councilft
I It is not to bo b believed beleved that with wih the theIroquois theJroquoif theIroquois
Iroquois Jroquoif flisnster lllnster fresh in his memory memoryMayor memoryMayor memoryMayor
Mayor HARRISON would deliberately deliberatelysuggest delbrtely delbrtelyfuggeet deliberatelysuggest
suggest fuggeet that any essential essental or important importantprovision imporant imporantprovision importantprovision
provision of the regulations regulatons should Ihould be belegislated h helegislatoti
legislated out of existence merely merel in inordor Inoror inorder
order oror to have hle unsafe structures structurel comply complywith complywith complywith
with tho text of the ordinances ordinancesThe ordinnrA ordinnrATh
The Th Color Colo olor Line In New XCw England KnglandTho EnglandThe nllanl
Tho result of the alleged ale od effort efort of the theschool theRchoolnuthorites theschool
school Rchoolnuthorites authorities of the thetown town of Sheffield SheffieldBerkshire Shefeld Shefeldrkshlre SheffieldBerkshire
Berkshire rkshlre county Mass to separate separatenegro Mparto Mpartonegro separatenegro
negro children chidren from whites whieA i 1 the public publicsohools publC publioschools
schools Rlhools has ha been the arrest and punish punishment punishment punishmont ¬
mont ment of three thrre negroes neref who dcnlinnd derlno to tosend toRend tosend
send their children chidren to the the school desig designated defig defignRted designated ¬
nated for forthem them by hythe the authorities authoritel and the theburning thoburinl theburning
burning burinl of the socalled localed Jim Crow Crowschool Crowfchool Crowschool
school fchool building huldinK The The school committee committeedeclares commitee commiteerec committeedeclares
declares rec ref that its is intention was waf not to todraw torraw todraw
draw rraw a I color line lne in tho schools but to torelievo toreleo torelieve
relieve releo an overcrowded building buidln It Ittherefore I Ittherefore
therefore opened opned a school building buiding near neara
a negro ne ro settlement Rettmnent hired a teacher teaher for forit fori forit
it i and ordered the children chidren in the dis district di ditrict district ¬
trict to attend atend the sessions there The Thenegroes Thenego Thenegroes
nego negroes OR understood that tho whites whies in inthe Inthe inthe
the district diftrict intended intende to disregard the thecommittees thecommitee thecommittees
committees commitee order and therefore they theytoo tho thotoo theytoo
too disregarded it itThen itThfm itThen
Then Thfm the committee commitee promptly refused refusedadmiration reful refuiodadmission
admiration acriAion at the Uviage village school Ichool to the thonegro thenegr thenegro
negro negr children chidren Thereupon the negro negroparents nego negoparent negroparents
parents of three children chidren of school Ichool age agekept agekept agekept
kept kept them at home The committee committeeswore committeeswore committeeswore
swore out warrants for the fathers father in inthose inthese Inthese
these families fam ieR and last llt week they were werefined wer werefined
fined fe SI 1 each in the District Distric Court Cour of ofSoiithern otSo ofS
Soiithern So S dthern ther Berkshire Berkhre the committee commite re r >
questing quetng that thta a nomi ial punishment pnshent be beinflicted i iinflicted
inflicted intct One 018 of otthe theprUonew therion ron f declared declaredthat declaredtiat
that tht the committee commItte ii formed i ore him hm that thatthe tht thtthe thatthe
the school was WI to t be b f fr < r colored colore children childrenonly chldren chldrenonly childrenonly
only An Interesting interestig eaturo of the trial trialwas tral tralwa trialwas
was the of exsol exsoldiers exoldier oxaoldiers
wa presence presenc iwo 0 negro neo ¬
diers dier who declared declare thi t tlut t they had hd fought foughtto
to obtain obtin their liberty lbrt hibert I and were ready readyto rdy rdyto r ady adyto
to fight fght to maintain It ItIt itI ItIt
It I was wa expected eXIlct that tha when the schools schoolsreopened schoolsreopene schoolsreopened
reopened reopene yesterday mrjrning mrning the negroes negroeswould negroeswould negroeswould
would attend atend where tl t o school commit committee cmmit cmmittee committee ¬
tee directed them but he destruction destrcton of oftho oftho ofthe
tho school shool building buiding pre ented this The Thenegroes Thenegroos Thenegroes
negroes are suspected suspeced < f firing fring the build building buid buiding building ¬
ing Since the repoiit repol spread sprea that an anattempt anattempt
attempt was made to t9 draw the color colorlino colorlne colorline
line lne in a New Englan i town tow the local localauthorities localauthoritC localauthorities
authorities authoritC have beetj bee severely criti criticised crt eriticised ¬
cised cise and a colored colord liwyer Itwer of Boston Bostonhas Bostn Bostnh Bostonhas
has interested himself de defend defend defend
h intereste fn I n the case cse to ¬
fend the rights right of his hil race To critics criticsof criticsof
of their course coure the authorities aut autiorities orite8 have hve re replied repled replied ¬
plied pled that they did n n9t t moan to draw drawthe drawthe drawthe
the color line lne but the the negroes negoes appear appearto appar apparto
to have a 1 different diferent understanding und rstanding of the thocase thece thecase
case ce They hoy see s o in the action oton of the com committee commitee committee ¬
mittee mitee a distinct diRtnct effort efort o separate seprate them themfrom themfrom themfrom
from the whites in school sch ol which it ap appears appar tippears ¬
pears par they are going to tofght tofighit fight with every everymeans everymenns everymeans
means in their
power powerA pwer pwerA
A New Phase of the Wood Case CaseThe CeThe CaseThe
The Senate Committee e on Military Mitary Af Affairs A Alfairs ¬
fairs fair voted vote yesterday yeterday7 7 to t 2 for a favor favorable favorable favorable ¬
able report on Gen LEONARD LONARD WOOD WOODThis WOODThis WoonThis
This was expected As A expected there therewill therewi therewill
will wi be a strongly adverse advere minority mnority re report report report ¬
port port This Tis makes it the personal and andindividualdutyof andindividualdutyof
individual individualdutyof dutyof every Senator to study studydiligently studydigenty studydiligently
diligently digenty the question queston of Gen WOODS WOODSworthiness WODS WODSworthines WooDsworthiness
worthiness worthines or unworthiness unworthines in the theUght theUghtof light lightof lightof
of the printed testimony testimonyAt testmony testmonyAt
At the end of the present week one oneaspect onoapect oneaspect
aspect of the case will wi be greatly greaty changed changedif
if the President takes advantage of his hisopportunity hisopportunity hisopportunity
opportunity to toprevent prevent injustice inustce to the 167 167army 167arm 167army
army arm officers ofcrs whose whos merited promotion promotionis promoton promotonis
is held up by tho delay in confirming confirmingGen confrmng confrmngGen
Gen WOOD WOODGen WoonGen
Gen YOUNG will wi retire retre this week wek for forage forage forage
age It was wa definitely defnitely announced announce several severalmonths severalmonths
months ago that Gen CHAFFEE would wouldbe wouldbe wouldbe
be appointed to t succeed YOUNG ns a Lieu LieutenantGeneral LieutenantGeneral LieutenantGeneral
tenantGeneral tenantGeneral CHAFFEES promotion promotionwill promoton promotonwi
will wi create a second vacancy among the thoMajorGenerals theMajorGenerls theMajorGenerals
MajorGenerals MajorGenerls which can be filled fled at ntonue atonce atonce
once by bythe the promotion promoton of Gen Gn KOBBE or oranother oranother oranother
another BrigadierGeneral BrigadierGeneral Into Int the va voconcr Vacancy
cancy thus caused in the list lst of Brigadier BrigadierGenerals Brigaier BrigaierGenerals BrigadierGenerals
Generals the officer ofcer nominated nominate last lastsummer lastsummer lastsummer
summer vice tiee WOOD promoted could at atonce atonce atonce
once step by the Presidents Preidents appoint appointment appint appintment appointmont ¬
ment and the Senates SennUs confirmation confrmaton and andno ad andso
no 10 on nil al down tho lino lne to the lost lat of the
107 The blockade on account of the Wood Woodinctigaton Woodinvestigation
investigation inctigaton would thus be ended and andno andno andno
no officer ofcer would suffer sufer any longer longlr be because because because ¬
cause of the doubt as to Gen WOODS WOODSfitness WOODSfneM Woonsfitness
fitness fneM for promotion promotionShould promotionShould promotionShould
Should the President fail fai to take ad advantage adantage advantage ¬
vantage of this opportunityto untie the thefortunes thefortunos thefortunes
fortunes of the 167 inferior inferor officers ofcr from fromtho fromthe fromthe
the fortunes of Gen Gn LEONARD WOOD WOODhis WOODhis Woonhis
his failure fniur so to do will wi be interpreted interpretedas intrprted
as evidence of a deliberate purpose to
continue contnuo to use their alleged aleged distress distred as I a aclub acub aclub
club cub for WOODS benefit benefitIf beneft beneftIf
If no step ftp is taken tken by Mr Ir ROORKVEMT ROORKVEMTto RomuvJJr RomuvJJrto
to fill fl CHAFFEES nAnEEs place plac and ad thus end the thablockade theblockade theblockade
blockade unpleasant inferences inferencs will willseem wi willseem
seem clearly cearl warranted warrantedIn
In the event however of the promo protnot
t ion of KOBBE or some fome other to be Major MajorGeneral Majorleneral ajor ajorGeneral
General vice rice CHAKFKE IA tnE and the resultant resultantcommissioning resultantcommlssionin resultantcommissioning
commissioning of all ul the officers otCI who whofollow whofolo whofollow
follow folo in the line lne of promotion the Son Senate Sn Snate Sonate ¬
ate could devote the
to consideration consideraton of ofGen ofGen ofiOn
Gen iOn WOODS COHO all ni the time that its itsimportance itsimportanc itsiunportanes
importance demands demandsThnt demandhnt demandsThat
That hnt is if ns 1 it should Ihould he Gen WOODS WOODScase Wooosse Woonsraso
case se should stand on its own merits meritflThe meritAThe meritsThe
The official olcinl action acton of Mr ROOSEVELT ROOSEVELTwith ROOSEVEITwith floosEvErTwith
with regard rgArd to the imminent imminent vacancy vacancyto varanc varancto
to be caused cauled by the retirement of Lieu LicutGen Lieuten t tiCfl
Gen iCfl en YOUNG will wi show sho whether tho thoPresident thoPresident thePresident
President cares more for the personal personalfortunes plonal plonalfortunes personalfortunes
fortunes of Gen WOOD than for the in interests interest interests ¬
terests terest of the service serviceWhere servic servicWhere serviceWhere
Where is that Chicago man CRANK CRANI who whohas whohas whohas
has such fuch a scorn scrn of college colege men Han Hal ho howatched hewnlehe howatched
ANDBEWSS University Unlcrit of Nebraska Nebraa Did Didho Didh Didhe
ho h notice who got the tlA prize at the National NationalLive Natonal NatonalIlm NationalLive
Live Stock Stok Exposition Expositon In Chicago Cicago Chal Challenger Cal Callenger Challonger ¬
lenger half Hereford Herford and half Nebraskan Nebrftskanfed Nebrlkan Nebrlkanfo
fed fo and owned ownlt by the University Univerity the great greatchampion greatchampion greatchampion
champion steer Iter AH AF Col Col F M Woons Woonssays WOOSfaF Woonssays
says faF proudly this is I a I great event eVlnl for Ne Nebraska Nebmfka Nebreaks ¬
breaks bmfka It Is a great Irat deal greater event eventfor eventfor eventfor
for the University tnlverlty of Nebraska Nebraska Hear Col ColWOODS Col ColWoons
WOODS once onc more moroHe moreHe morelie
He IChnllengerl IChAlengerll Is I ourtrump and tha tbeUnhHsl tbatntyerstt tbatntyersttofNebraska University Universityof
of Nebraska rbraka In producing prduc Ing him has hl feathered ftatberd Its Is cap capfor caplor capfor
for all al time timeBully tme tmeBuly timeBully
Bully Buly for Challenger Chalen er flip fip University Unhellty of ofNebraska orNeurska ofNebraska
Nebraska Neurska and university univerity hoof beAr But where whereis
is CRANE HB Is a forehanded chap Ho Hoought Heought Hoought
ought to w scout O11 nd a check chek and an apology to the thebreeders thebreel thebreeders
breeders breel of the champion steer stoerThorn atopr atoprThpre steerThere
Thorn has hal been a noticeable notcablf clearing cmlrinp of oftho otthe offlue
the air since inr Sept Spt I 1001 103 in regard rgar to topolicies 10polces topolicies
policies polces of law lw enforcement enforcment Mayor Low Lowbegun LowbC Lowhogan
begun bC ln it by receding rpcedlnp from his stand for forliberal forlbemi forlIberal
liberal lbemi enforcement enroretment of tho Liquor Tax Taxlaw Taxlaw Taxlaw
law Now the new nw Police Polce Commissioner Commissionerhas Commb loner lonerhas
has announcedhis announcdhts policy poley In these thC0 t words wordsAs wors worsA
As A I conceive cnceIve It I the duties dute of this thl office are lre to toenforca toenforce toenforce
enforce the laws according acordlnl to n law and Ind by legal legalmethods lelal lelalmethod legalmethods
methods and to see to It IlhM that the personal pernna security securityof aeelrty aeelrtyof
of the onu citizen and the personal pe onAI liberty lbrty of the theother theotbcr theother
other are not no Infringed or violated vlo laled Of course I 1have Ihwe Ihave
have no views Iew to express upre as a to the policy poley of en enforcing cnlorclnr enforcIng ¬
forcing or not nt enforcing rnforlnr existing ellng laws lawsIf laInU lawsIf
If Commissioner M rcADoo will wi square squarehis equarehiA squarehis
his administration administraton to this declaration declaraton he hewill hewi howill
will wi wipe out a good share Iharo of the police policemens polc policemens ¬
mens opportunities opporunites for wrongdoing wrnldolng Exec Executive Exlc Exlcuthe Executive ¬
utive usurpation usurptou of judicial JudicIl duties dutie has haacaused haemusM hascatiatsi
caused almost as much trouble in the Po Police Polce Police ¬
lice lce Department Dpprtmlnt as al original orlginllin orlginllinA sin sinA sinA
A 81 Louis Un Praise Prie Johnson robn on of nine ninehamlon nlnl flinghsmlon
hamlon Thank Heaven HeavenTo neavenlTo
To TITK T E EDITOR or TBK TRI srw SvNStr IS1r s r That Johnson JohnsonfMlow Jobnaaofeow Johnsonfellow
fellow appears 10 o have hAv a damnable dAmnhle facility facUy In dig digging 11 11rlnr dIegtng ¬
ging lip lp unpleasant truths ulhs about tills 11 struggling strugglingtown 8nuuUnr 8nuuUnrlown strugglingtown
town The city U I battling batllni with a I degree dcree of Indif Indifference Indl tndlfterence ¬
terence ferenct a plugheaded fool Missouri Bourbonlsm BourbonlsmIn
In both politics Iollta and business that Is I l as a millstone millstoneabout m mlllutoneabout Isane Isaneabout
about the he neck of progress progressIt prolre prolreI
It I may be that a few Ionic blasts from outside outsidewill nutldewi outsidewill
will wi do us u rood rod and benefit I the lie city clWln In the long loa run runIt runIlalmplble runIt
It Ilalmplble Is Impossible tn conce ve e of a city cly being btlnl a I com complete cm cmplle cornpIte ¬
plete success aurees managed manaed on present St Louis 1ullln 1ulllnJohMon lines linesJohnson llneiJohnson
Johnson Is I about ahnl 90 9 t54 per cent right whether whetherhe
he halls bal from Blnghamton Thank Heaven lealen or orelsewhere orelsewher orelsewhere
elsewhere elsewher Miruotmt MiruotmtST MIoUr MIoUrS MISgounsc
ST S Louis LUIS Jan 2 2lie
2le 2a
lie le a < ame to See SeeTo SeeTo SeeTo
To inn KniTonopTiiKSUNslr POITon EDITOR OF lng SUIor SON Sir Br nrrr rr shiv shivered shIvered hlveed ¬
ered eed his hl Satanic Stanic Majesty Mak ty This may he Dr Park Parkhursts ParkhllIs Parkhursts
hursts hllIs Idea ldl of Hell Irl with wih the cover off nI hut home homewas bore boreWM honjewas
was never like this
lke thl n nNEW RNrw aNEW
NEW Nrw YORK on Jan I
Squelched SquelchedVisitor Squelebr SquelchedVIsitorThIs
Visitor VlslorTl VIsitorThIs This little IIUe pig pll went wen to market marketBoston maket maketDon marketBoston
lock alck Boston Don yards yardae BabyMadam nb Iadam I am not n Interested Interele In UM UMlock te tealck thestock
OWNBBil OWNBBilSome oW2Tjftihi oW2TjftihiSam
Some of ortbe the Startling sir lnaconieQueDC1 Conicquencei of ofthe orte ofthe
the te AttorneyGeneral AtorneyGenerall Attorn yGeflerilu Theory TheoryTo Theor TheorTo
To TUB EDITOH EDIOR or or P THE TB SUH BUNBir Sir In your youreditorial yourMltor youreditorial
editorial Mltor article aice of Dec De 22 2 concerning cncering Fed Federal Fe Fedoral ¬
oral erl Control Contrl of Ownership Ownerip you called cale at attention attenton attention ¬
tention tenton to the great gt Importance Imprace of the ques questions que qucstiona ¬
tions ton involved involve in the Northern Norher Securities Securitiescase Surtes Surtesca
case ca and particularly PiCarly to t a a possible pslblo great greatextension g greatextension at atextn
extension extn lon of Federal Feerjur Foderahjurlsdlctlon Jurisdiction dicton over State Statecorporations Statecrraton Statecorporations
corporations crraton having relations rlaton to interstate interstatecommerce IDtertate IDtertatecommer interstatecommerce
commerce commerceConstrued08 commer commerceConstrued
Construed08 Cntre Construed l as contended cnteDde in his recent recentargument rnt rntargment recentargument
argument argment by the te learned I rne AttorneyGeneral AttorneyGeneralthough AtorneyGeneral AttorneyGeneralthough
though contrary cntry to the general geDer under understanding undertancng understanding ¬
standing tancng the interstate Intertate commerce commere clause clauseof
of the Constitution Cntuto would forbid the con consolidation conoldaton eonsoildation ¬
solidation oldaton of two parallel paralel railroads rlas engaged engagedin
in interstate Intortao commerce cmmere even though such suchconsolidation suchcnldaton suchconsolidation
consolidation cnldaton were wer expressly expJW expreo8 authorized authorizedby
by the laws of the States State incorporating Incorrtng or orcontaining orcDtlnn orcontaining
containing cDtlnn such railroads rairas Of course coure this thissuggestion thi thissuggestion
suggestion suggeton from trm a lawyer lawer of the ability abity and anddcumen nd ndtmen nddoumen
dcumen tmen of the AttorneyGeneral AtoreyGeneral must mustreive mustreceive
receive reive most serious serou consideration contdemton from all allpersons nl nlperen allpersona
persons peren engaged eDgage in any business busine Involving Involvingquestions Involvng Involvngqueton involvingquestions
questions queton of interstate Inwrtate commerce co commerce mere If I the thecontention thecntnten thecontention
contention cntnten be b sustained lu8taine then we are likely lkely
to witness wtne a transfer from rrm the jurisdiction jurisdictionof jursicton jursictonor
of the States State to that of the United Unlt States StatO of ofquestions orqueton ofquestions
questions queton concerning oncering property rights rghts which whichfrom whichtrm whichfrom
from trm the foundation t undaton of the Government Goverment and andwithout andwithout antiwithout
without exception have been ben assumed lume to tobe tob tobe
be b solely within the control contrl of the States StatesUnder StatesUner StatesUnder
Under Uner tie t e decision desion in the Debs case C8e it itwould Itwould itwould
would seein Be seen that from the moment of Its Itsadoption Itsaopton itsadoption
adoption aopton t ie Federal Feera Constitution Cnstuton without withoutfurther withoutfurher withoutfurther
further furher legislation 1 8latOn drew drw within wihin the ex exclusive excuive cxelusive ¬
elusive cuive jut ju4adictlon Jdiotion ioton of the Federal Feeral Govern Governernment Gover Governernment
ernment tie tfie e entire entr subject 8ubje of Interstate Interstatecommerce Intertate Intertateoommere Interstateeommerceand
commerce oommere eommerceand and that tlat any Interference Interrernce there therewith therewth therewith ¬
with wth eithe eltimel by the States or by persons perons11 perons11Iega in inillegal IsIllegal
illegal Iega Th T i only effect efet of the thoSherman Sherman Anti Antitrust Ant Antitrust ¬
trust trt law if 1890 180 was WI to make me criminal crimnl in interferencef intererDC interference
terferencef which theretofore
tererDC thertoror were simply
illegal Iega Tl T1orefore orefore rrore if i now it be b considered consideredthat conidere consideredthat
that the in interstate ertate erstate commerce clause claue affects affectsthe afets afetsthe affectstime
the organisation and control of all
orga alou al cor corporations corporatons corporations ¬
porations poratons aigaged gaged in Interstate Intentate commerce commerceit
it must mut be hat many mny if not all al consoli consolidation conol consolidations ¬
dation or e combinations heretofore
daton cmbinaton ex expressly exprly cxpreesly ¬
pressly prly authorized aut or7d or17Od by State laws of ferries ferriesOr
Or stage rtutea r utC utets or canals canal or steamboat steamboatlines Bteamuoatlnes steamboatlines
lines lnes or rasroads ra roa roads crossing crosing State bounda boundaries boundarl0 boundarice ¬
rice rl0 from frm the e very ver beginning have been beenillegal ben benIega beenIllegal
illegal Iega and ad void The contention of the theAttorneyGeneral theAttomeyG theAttorneya
AttorneyGeneral AttomeyG neml apparently apparnty precludes preludC es escapo eRcap escape
capo cap from hia il is startling startng conclusion which whichInvolves whichInvolves whichinvolves
Involves an Ibsolute b80lute reversal reveral of the general generalunderstanding generl generlundcrltaDdl generalunlcrstandi
understanding undcrltaDdl unlcrstandi I g and practice practiceThe pratce pratceTe practiceThe
The Te gravel gravc future consequences COMouencc of such sucha
a construction contrctc of this interstate Inte tate commerce commerceclause commere commereclaue commerceclausa
clause claue of the thonStUton theConstitution Constitution can now be but butdimly butdimly butdimly
dimly forest forcsldowed idowed It involves the
tor dowe Invoh0 as assumption 1 asoumptlon ¬
sumption by b byj Congress Congres of general legisla legislation legislaton legislation ¬
tion ton concern concerng ig g the consolidation cnsoldaton and the thoregulation Ihergulaton theregulation
regulation rgulaton of ofmny my nyand and all al ahlbuolness business busines affecting afetng
Interstate Intertae cor co co4merco imerce mere which of course coune con constitutes constUtC constitutes ¬
stitutes stUtC the mist m 8t important Imporant Importantpartof part of the total totalbusiness totalbusines totalbusiness
business busines of th i country After Ater such a con construction construction ¬ i
struction ftrcton of th t i interstate Intertate commerce commCre clause clauseand clauseand clausoand
and inadvamo In aan of Federal Feeral legislation legislaton no nolawyer nolawyer nolawyer
lawyer would < are r ro to advise avle nor would any
business busr man mn dire e to undertake underake the adjust adjustment aJust aJustmeDt adjustmeat ¬
meat or the combination co blnnton bination of any two lines lnes of ofinterstate ofIntertale ofInterstate
interstate Intertale tran portation prtaton whether parallel parallelor paralel paralelor
or continuous contnuou ough expressly exprelyauthorze authorized authorizedby
by State Sta law f < r any procedure proeur under such suchlaw suchlaw suchlaw
law might mght at ai y time tme be attacked attcke by the theAttorneyGenera theAtoreyGfhr timeAttorneyOener
AttorneyGenera AtoreyGfhr of the United Unie States State as asinvolving 1 asinvolving
involving an i erferenco errtrence with wih interstate Intertate Intertatecommerce Interstatecommerce
The contentioi contento of r the learned Attorney Atorney
General Gener involves Involve involvesconsoquencess conouence consequences hardly harly less lessmomentous 108 108momentous ks ksmomentous
momentous than thanithose those which In 1873 were woreconsidered wereconsidered tre trecor
considered cor < der by tla t t1 Supreme 8preme Court in the thefamous thefamou8 thefamous
famous Slaughte House Cases 10 6 Wallace Walacp
36134 being oniof on ot the very ery last Ilt cases casesbefore CI casesbefore
before betor Mr Chief Oust uolco ustico ico Chase who dis distented discnted diaseated
tented from the opinion Iinion delivered delvered for tho thoCourt thoCourt theCourt
Court by h Mr II Justte Just e Miller MillerThe Mier MierThe MillerThe
The question quetion tlnn t ti n presented preenled wai a1 as I to tothe tothe tothe
the validity aldity of a salute of Louisiana Iouiellna con conferring conforing conforrimig ¬
ferring foring a long timi Ur tint monopoly upon certain certaindaughter certainFlaughter certaimmslaughter
daughter house corporations ororatons It r was waspowerfully wa wapoerfulycontend waspowerfullycontend
powerfully poerfulycontend powerfullycontend contended I by Mr John JohnA A Camp Camphell Campbel Camphell
hell bel that therightto the right 0 grant or to maintain maintainsuch maintain8uch nmaintainsuch
such monopoly hadibeen ha had been prohibited by the therecently Iherrnty therecently
recently rrnty adopted Fourteenth F Irteenth and Fifteenth Fifteenthamendments Fifteenthamendments irenth irenthamemimenta
amendments of thn tl Federal Feeral Constitution ConstitutionBut
But ut through Mr Jitice JI tce thee Miller fler the court courtments courtrejelo courtrejected
rejelo rejected the eontn n that those amlnd amlndmems amend amendmends
mends were Intended inte1drdgoneraIly generally to obliterate obliterateor oblterate oblterateor
or to restrict rOtrlct the right of the States as I there theretofore theretotore theretofore ¬
tofore generally generly understood und tod and it asserted assertedthat nqere assertedthat
that notwithstanding notwithdandln such fueh amendments amendmentswith
with lth very er few fewexcoptiDno exceptions PxccptDns the rights of per persons person perSons ¬
sons son and property proputy wor WCA not within the juris jurisdiction jurisdicton Jurisdiction ¬
diction dicton of the Federal Feerl Government Govermenl but butcontinued butcontnue bumtcontinued
continued contnue to h 1 > vfithii llbla the jurisdiction jurfdicton of ofthe ofthc oftime
the States StatesIn Stat StatID
In view iew of tht present prsent effort efort to limit lmit State Statejurisdiction StatejurlFdicton Statejurisdiction
jurisdiction jurlFdicton bya novel construction of the theinterstate IheIntertate theinterstate
interstate Intertate commerce commere clause claufp It may not be beIrrelevant beIreleaDt beirrelevant
Irrelevant IreleaDt to quote at allme some length from fom the theopinion th thopinion theopinion
opinion of the court cour as to the th possible possibleeffect roBsihlefeot possibleeffect
effect efeot of an eiJarged clarged application applcRton of the tholatest theJattt thelatest
latest Jattt amendments to the Federal Fetral Consti Constitution Conslltullon Constituition ¬
tuition tutionThe tullon tuitionThe
The Te danger of limiting lmitng the States Statct h the theexercise thexAriA thesuxercise
exercise xAriA of legislative lEg latvA power powtr concerning concerningthe concering conceringIhe
the ordinary orinry and 1m usual functions of their theircitizens theircllizen theircitizens
citizens cllizen was indirated indi 8ted by Mr Justice Justce Miller Millerin nler nlerIn
in the impressive Impr lle language which is ap appended uppended p ppende ¬
pended to this Ihl communication communicationNEwYonKJan4 communicationNsw
pende communicaton communicatonw
NEwYonKJan4 Nsw w YORK Jan 4 JOHN JOlN HANCOCK HANCOCKSlaughter HANCocl HANCoclSlaulhter IlAscochSlaughter
Slaughter House Dans Case in Wallace Walace 77Jft1 77Jft1Up 1110Up ro roLip
Up to the th adoption adopton of the recent amendment amendmentno Imendmrnll Imendmrnllnn
no claim or pretence was W4 set et up that tha those rIghts rlghtidepended rllh rllhdepended rIghtsdepended
depended on the Federal Government Gvernment for then thenexistence thel ttueltexistence
existence nltrne orprotectlon orprteton beyond the very ef few ex express nprel cxpress
press limitations which the Federal Constitution ConstitutionImposed Constltutlorimposed
prel lmiatons ConsUtutor ConsUtutorImped
Imposed Imped upon npn the States Statessucb such for Instance Inslancehe HM HMthe s sthe
the he prohibition prblhlton against ex post po facto laws bills hii illI of ofattainder ofatlinder ofattainder
attainder atlinder and lawa Impairing Impllrnr the he obligation ollulan of ofcontracts o ofcontracts
contracts But iul with lb the exception excepton of these th and a afew I afew
few other restrictions retrelloM the entire entre domain of 0 I the theprivilege IbeprvUerr theprivileges
privilege prvUerr and ad Immunities Immuntr of citizens cllzen of the States Statesas tll tllM
as above abov defined lay within wihin the th constitutional constitutionaland ennltutolld ennltutolldand
and legislative lerllatlvc power pOI e of the States and without withoutthai wlhoul wlhoulthat wiihoutthat
that Federal Was W It the
of the Government pur purpose purpae purpose ¬
pose pae of the th Fourteenth Foureen h Amendment by b the simple simpledeclaration simpledectaratloui ImpledeclAraton
declaration declAraton that no State should make or enforce enforceany enfrceany enforceany
any law la which whtb shall ahal abridge Abrdre the privileges prhlege and Im Immunities 1mmunlle Ininuntties ¬
munities munlle of cltliens et7en of tho United Unled States to transfer transferthe taMtrr taMtrrIhe transferthe
the security seeurty and protection protecton of aU Ihe civil rights rightswhich rlrhUwhlrh rightswhIch
which we have he mentioned mentonrd from frm the States to the theFederal theFederal theFederal
Federal Government Gvrment And AnI where Is I It declared declaredthat deeard deeardb declaredthat
that b Congress Conrr shall ahal have bav the power tn enforce that thatarticle thatarUcic I IarUee
article arUee was wa U I Intended Ilendcd to 0 bring brn within wihin the power pwer of ofCongress ofCongress
Congress Conrres the entire entre domain of civil cll rights hereto heretofore herelofore heretofore ¬ I
fore belonging exclusively ecluively to the States StatesAll Slltes SlltesAl StatcsAll
All Al this hla and ad more must mu t follow folow If I the proposition propositionof prp0llon
of the he plaintiffs plalntlb In I error be sound For not only onlyarc onlyarc onlyare
arc these tlese rights rlbl subject subJtet to the control contrl of Congress Congresswhenever Conrre1hcaever Congresswhenever
whenever 1hcaever In Its Ia discretion dl erelon any of them are ar sup supposed aupPD1 supposed ¬
posed PD1 to be abridged ahrdred by State legislation lerslalon but hu that thatbody thaibody thatbody
body may ma also pass laws In advance limiting Imlnr and andrestricting andreSrcUai andrestricting
restricting reSrcUai the exercise elrl of n legislative lerlailthe power by the theStates tbeState theStates
States State In their most mo ordinary ordinar and usual 1ua functions functionsas funeton funetonIn
as In Its ls Judgment It may think tbllk proper on all al such suchsubjects surhaublecl suchaubccts
subjects And atl still till further frbtr such ucb a construction constructionfollowed ennslructon ennslructonfolowcd constructionfollowed
followed folowcd by the reversal rverSI of the Judgments of the theSupreme IheSupreme th thSupreme
Supreme Court of I LouisIana < In these cases would wouldconstitute wouldntllie wouldconstitute
constitute ntllie this Ihl court eOlr a perpetual censor upon all alllegislation 11 alliegttiatlon
legislation leglIlon of the States on the he civil rights rlrh of their theirown theirown theirown
own cltlzeru with wih authority alilhorly to nullify nulfY such as a a It Itdid IIdid ItdId
did not 11 approve ns consistent with those thoe rights rllhl as asthey Mbey asthey
they existed at the time tme of the adoption adopton pf this thisamendment IbIsamendment liLaamendment
amendment The Te argument arlumelt we admit Is I not a aways al alwaya always
ways the he most mo1 conclusive concusive which Is I I drawn drlw from frm the theconsequences theconsequences he heconaquencr
consequences conaquencr urged against lalns the adoption Adopton of A I par particular partclar partlcular ¬
ticular tclar construction cutrueton of an Instrument Iltrument Out when whenas whena
as a a in I the ho case before us these consequences are so soserious soaerloua soaertous
serious so farroacbl and pervading Irarlnr so n great a adeparture adeparure adeparture
departure deparure from frm the structure and an spirit splr of our In Institutions Inaliulons Inattluttons ¬
stitutions aliulons when whenlhe the effect erella Is lo fetter feler and Ind degrade degradethe
the state governments rovermenls by subjecting subJectng them to the theloforu Ihecontrol theconirotofCouigres
control conirotofCouigres of Conr S In iultheezercisenf Ihe esrhe powers herr herrtotore heretoforu
loforu universally Intversal conceded to 0 them o pwcr of the most mostordinary mostordinary fluentordinary
ordinary and tundamantal funiamantal character when whtnln In fact lae
It I radically radIcaly change ehanlea the he whole theory of the eels relations eelstions ¬
tions ton of the State and Federal Ieeral governments to Ic rea reaton each eachother eaebothcr eachother
other and of both bo h these governments rovermenta Iovcrmenalo to 0 the te people peopleIhe peoplethe peoplethe
the argument arrlmen baa ha a force fore that bll Is Irresistible Im tble In the theabsence theabsence theabsence
absence of language larure which expresses such a I pur purpose purpose puTpolo ¬
pose ton n clearly clrary lo admit adml of doubt doubtWe doubtWe doubtWe
We are convinced convlod that th DO 10 such leh restlls were 1er In Intended Inteoled Intended ¬
tended teoled by the he Congress Cnrru which bleb proposed these theseamendment thueImendenU theseanjendmenta
which amendment ImendenU mined nor tnetn by b lbs lh LILalures Legislatures prped of the SUM SUMwhich St Stallswhich
The ThtUe Cues of the tbeCtelk Cheek aCPe at t Plevna and andOther andOtberlaUerl andOther
Other OtberlaUerl Matter Discussed DlionsiedTo
To TUB EDITOR OK 01 TUB TIR SuxSiv In Intho Inthooutook the thooutlook theoutlook
outlook outook article artcle for the comlnir comlnl year Yllr In Tnu TnuSON TIK TIKSUN 1lisSt3r
SON of Jan 11 I I notice notce that the writer In die discussing dllcuslnl diecusslng ¬
cussing cuslnl the probabilities probabltts of u I war between betweenRuMlo btween btweenRu betweenRussia
Russia Ru l and Japan and the qualities Qualtes of their theirrespective theirreslotlvo theirrespectIve
respective reslotlvo armies siVyg siVygIt IYS IYSL sayaIt
It U L a matter of history hlor that for many months monthsthe montl monthsthe
the Invader Invaer of Turkey Trkey were wer obeaked at Plevna and andbut andbut andbut
but for the he timely th1ey assistance uto forthcoming from fromItoumanla IromHoumAnla fromlioulnanla
Itoumanla would have been obliged oblred to raise rllc the thesiege Iheslele thestore
siege slele of that tb fortress fort rM and retire retr upon upn their base baseEven ba baseEven
Even with wlb Iloumanlaa cooperation coperaton the Itusslana Itusslanawould Ilussianswould uslAna uslAnawoull
would woull have hefa btl their ground grund with wih the hc utmost utmostdifficulty utmosdlmculty utmostdimculty
difficulty had ba the he Ottoman Otoman ieneral evinced a atithe aIhe atithe
tithe defenders defendersThis Ihe defeadersThis defendtrThis of the military mliar capacity capciY displayed dlaplayd by Plevnas Plevnasdefenders Plevnasdefeaders Plevnandefendtr
This contains an error as lS to the cause cluse of the theRussian theRusian theItustlan
Russian Rusian check at Plevna which not being beinggenerally beingleneraly beinggenerally
generally leneraly known leaves the impression con conveyed conveyed conveyed ¬
veyed to the writers wrltr8 mind and by him to your yourreaders yourrlders yourreitders
readers rlders One of the principal causes Cuses of tho thoterrible thoterrible theterrible
terrible defeats of the Russians RUIsilns In tho first firstand frst frstand firstand
and second attacks atacks on Plevna Plevli In 1877 was the theInferior thoInferior theInferior
Inferior armament nrmmeDt of the Infantry Ifatry The ThoTurkish Thf TheTur1clsh
Turkish Turcsh army had one of the best bst rifles rllls of the thedny thed theday
day d the IeabodyMartlnl lelboY larUnl with death dealing dealingpower dealnl dealingpower
power at over ovr 2400 4o yards yars the unfortunate unfortunateRussians unforlunateRus9lans unfortunateRusiano
Russians who had to attack atnck In the open opn were werearmed werearmed werearmed
armed with a wrctched wrctched weapon an old muzzle muzzleloading muzzleloadlnl nmuzzieloading
loading loadlnl rifle rllo the Krlnka transformed into a abreechloader I abreoehloutder
breechloader breechlondlr a i la 1 < tabalitre something after aftertho aflertho afterthe
tho style of the British BrItsh Snyder Snydlr that was pruc pructlcnlly pracIclly pructically
tlcnlly Iclly worthless ortble at over 700 JO oo yards Yltdl Having Havingbeen Havlnl ilarlnmbeen
been under its It fire fre I know something of its itsrange is isranlo itsrange
ranlo ranloWhln rangeWhen range rangeWhen
When Whln finally fnal tho reinforcements rllntorClenIs from fromRussia fromRU8slu fromRtissla
Russia armed with the lierdan rifle rife began bllan to toappear 10Ippar toappear
appear Ippar on the Held feld the tables tablls turned turne and the theTurks IheTurks theTurks
Turks suffered sutero a series of defeats deflats that ended endedIn endld endldID
In a general debacle debacleThe deh debdcleThe cle cleThe
The other and largely contributing contrlbulnl cause causeof cnuseof causeof
of the Russian RUs lan defeats was their thlJr adherence adherenceto adherlnco adherlncoto
to the old attack formation formaton of the time tme of ofNapoleon ofNnpoleon ofNapoleon
Napoleon In which the Turkish Ore fre made madelanes madelanes madelanes
lanes through throulh their ranks rlnks with wlh most disas disastrous disastrous disastrous ¬
trous result resultIn resul resultIn
In the thoseeond second part of the Quotation Quotnton made madeyour midI madeyour
your article artcle does dos what I am sure Is 1 an unin unintentional un unintentloumul In IntentonullDJustc ¬
tentional tentonullDJustc Injustice to the other Turkish Gen Generals GenIrl Generals ¬
erals Irl during durlnl the war nr For a time tme the three threeTurkish threeTurkish threeTurkish
Turkish armies of Osman Oman at Plevna of ofSuleiman of8ulehnnn ofSuieiunan
Suleiman before Shlpka Shhlkl and nd thnt of Eastern Bastlr
Bulgaria with headquarters headuartel nt lt Hhumlu Hhumluwent Hhullll Hhullllwern Shuuiiilttwere
went under the supreme command of Mehomet Mthemet
All Al Pncha Immediately ImmcdlutA ly after afer the defeat of ofthe ortht ofthe
the tht second Russian attack on Plevna Tllvnn Mehemet Mehe Mehemet Iehemet
met Alt Al directed dlrlcted Osman and Suleiman by b
telegram tpclrm the first frst to ovnciiate AvnCllile Plevna und undretire uni andretire
retire rltre on Archanle or Koftcha as he saw fit fitafter ft ftafter fitafter
after sending sendlna away nwn his sick and wounded
Suleiman Hulllmnn was ordered ordlre to leave a small wounde force
In observation oberlton at Shipka and come 8msl on by b
forced rorc marches to join Joll him In Bulgaria with withtho withtho withthe
tho Intention Intnton of uniting unftng tho two armies In an anattack 8nnttnck anattack
attack oa Oi the Russian RU8lan rear and cutting cutng off offthe cr offthe
the communications cmmunlcJtons with wltl the Danubeinto DanubeintoRoumanla DanubInlo DanubInloRoumanlu DanmibeintoRoumnania
Roumanla There was wa every promise prom Iso of ofsuccess nfuccess oftuiccess
success in the lle plan P n with wih the possibility 0881bll of the thecapture Ihecnpture theenpttire
capture of the Russian lsslan Emperor Jmpror arid some somemnmbers somemombers somernnurtbers
mnmbers of the Imperial Implral family
Mehemet All Al newer nver received rerlvld a 1 reply from fromeither rromllther fromeither
either Suleiman or Oriman Oiman but some days daysafter darslfer dnyititer
after lfer the tll sending of the orders referred to he hereceived hereClved hereceived
received reClved a communication communicaton direct dlrlct reterre from the thePalace theTalacat theIalaes
Palace Talacat at Constantinople Constntnoplo Informing Informlnl him thnt thntSuleiman thntHulllman thatMuleiman
Suleiman Hulllman and Osman had been In withdrawn withdrawnfrom withdrawnroam
from roam under his hil orders and would wOlld henceforth henceforthreceive withrawn withrawnfrom henCforh henCforhrecel henceforthreceive
receive recel their instructions Intruetons from Constantino Constantinople Constntno Constntnopll ¬
pie pll Mehemet Mehemlt All Al was n 1 particularly plrteularly able Gen Cicnerul Generul lienoral
erul but had the misfortune to have been beenborn blen blenborn beenborn
born n I Christian Christan and therefore notwithstand notwithstanding ¬
notwlthstmd notwlthstmdInl
lag Inl his change olln of faith falthln an object of dislike dtalke to tothe totho tothin
the more fanatical fnatcal1 Turkish urkllh Generals Oenernl and andpalace Imdpalnt andpalace
palace favorites fuorltps Osman wits WIS Joa loyal I In every everynensn everysense
sense lens to Mehemet All Al while whie vhllo under un or his orders eYer
butHuleiman hut Hulelman who wns the essence CAlnl of orers incom incompetence incompetence ncom ¬
petence plten being hiDI a Sofia SoCa a theologlnn theolollan and am ambitious ambltious ¬
bitious hllous to advance advanc through throulh what we should shouldcall shouldcall
call 11 his hil religious rlIllous pull pul never nelr gave that full fullsupport ful till till4tmpport
support HUPPOr to his chief chllf that duty dlty dutyand and 130 patriotism patriotismcalled patriotsm patriotsmcal patriotismcalled
called cal for There was wal also n snake In the thegrass thegrss thegrass
grass grss In 1 the tht person of Achmed Eyoub who whocommanded whocommanded whocommanded
commanded what prson was known as the thf Rustclmk RustclmkCorps RuetchukCorpswhothough ustchukCorpq
Corps Corpq Corpswhothough who wholhough though nominally nominiy under Mehemet MehemetAlls Mehemtt Mehemttls MehemruetAlls
Alls ls orders was as really under nndlr the Palace PI and andnever andnewer
never lost an am opportunity of thwarting his
iuperior iuperiorTwo
Two motives movps Influenced IntulnCd th the Sultan HuUln ns a wns wnslearned wnsIplrlPd waslearned
learned IplrlPd Inter in acting ctna in the thl way WI I have haveeiescrlhpcl
described dPHcrlbfl He did not wish wl1 to ho embar embarrassed elblr elblrrasd eunharrisaei ¬
rassed with such illustrious ntrIOI prisoners prf olr as asJlehenift lS lSIhpnpt asNhuenuet
Jlehenift Ihpnpt Alls 1s plan pllnir If properly carried Crrle out outwould outwonhd
would onld havr hawrpluued > j > laeed in n his hl1 hands hlnds and he hp ontl did didnot die dienot didtuot
not want of his Onerals to
airy au Il one rnlr1 acquire acquiretoo acquiretoo
too treat Illat prestige prlsllp and Ind hold on the popular popularImagination popularimagination n1llar n1llarImllnnton
Imagination Imllnnton fearing flarlnl the possibility po slbllt of a I until military 111 untilfury ¬
fury tlr prommclamento ponlncnmpnto that tblt might mllht dislodge dislodgeWm dlsodg111m dislodgehim
Wm from the th throne throneII thrn
II 1 wits IS not the th Incapacity InClp cl of any nn hut onn of ofhis ofIls ofhuts
his Ils Generals Glnlrals Suleiman Hllellan that caused Pluslllhp the loss 10B of ofthe otthf ofthe
the thf war but the Hn1an Sultan lilnwlf hlt lf Having Havingbeen Invlnl havingbeen
been with wih the thf Turkish Tlrklsh army nrll throughout thrOllholt the thewar thl theWuir
war mr from from bflclnnhur 1Iinnll1 to end I never nfVer had any anyother anyother anyother
other conviction corldlon than that had the Hlsslls Hlssllshpln Russians RussiansIwen fluissiansisen
Iwen hpln nnned Irml In the thl earlier jArllr stages staJA of it with wih a amodern amodlr aiuuodern
modern modlr hreerhloidlntr hreprhlondlll weapon as the Turks Turkswere Turkaprp TurksuPre
were prp and had they the adopted Idoptd walon11 modern todlr turtles IItCI In Iniittack InIRck inttack
iittack IRck the thl campaign CIIPII In Bulgaria would 111 < have havebopii havelieu
bopii lieu over long 1011 before Ilfore It was wasWith wasWith wasslth
With slth the thu exception Icfplon of Skoheleff Akohlt there Iherp were wereno wereno lrp lrpno
no men Iln of conspicuous conlplclol8 ability nbllr among nmonl the theRussian thl theJitissiutus
Russian Generals Opnlrls their Ihllr Chief Ibllf hid of Staff Staffwns Sllr Staffwits
wits 18 Incompetent but hit when Todlehen 1odllhln took tookover lookOpr tookover
over Opr the command rnrmnnd everything vPthlnl changed ehnnll ns I If Ifby Ifhr Ifii
by ii tnaeiu macno lulo Russian Rnssiln prestige prlstlt however horlvfr had hadsuffered hadsllrNI hadsuffered
suffered sllrNI n I had blow Pens PERAXrw JFR JFRXrw PensNruu
Xrw Xrw YORK YOR nns Jan JanA 3 3A 5A
A Bachelor Who Sees leM a I Charm In Vntldlnem VntldlnemTo tntdlnf tntdlnfTo
To TUB TIJ KniTon FrrTon or TUB I SteHfStr SUN Sir The words wordscreature wordscrcature wordsrreatuure
creature and female applied Ipplel to woman lovely lovelywoman lonlyomln lovelywounan
woman omln put Disgruntled Olsrrunled entirely entrly out ou of the Held HeldIn feld feldIn fieldIn
In his hi advice and grievance revance True Trc creature crature Is Issometimes I IImetmr issometimes
Imetmr sometimes objectively ohJcctel applied appled to woman but only onlyIn onlyIn onlyIn
In a passage paslr of arms Irm or In the relation rtaton of A quarrel quarrelFemale quamlFemAle quarrelFemale
Female has ha long IanI since been relegated rrltlated to antique antiqueferry antque antquefcry anttquefrrry
ferry fcry boats boatsLeaving hoatsLcaln boatsLeaving
Leaving Lcaln then these Ihee two opproblous references referencesout
out what ha bos hn Disgruntled 11lrnUed really realo to complain of ofNot 011 011ot ofNot
Not ot caring carnt to attend atcnd personally personalr to his hI own petty pettycharities pety petyrharltcwhatever pettycharlites
charities whatever that meAnhe be i ia
rharltcwhatever may ma mean objects ohJ ls to toa toa
a half dressed drrsrd female meaning thereby an un untidy untd anuidi ¬
tidy td woman His Hs particular foibles folhlts have be placed him himIn himIn binsIn
In nn unlovable position 1 llon He le wants lnt a I wife wie and andprattling Inel InelprHlnl andprattling
prHlnl prattling youngsters ounlstc but hu he hI cant court cout The Thenezllnenec ThenrtlKencc TheneglIgence
neglIgence nrtlKencc nf woman In her personal peronl appearance appearanceInduces appearanceIndur appearanceInduces
Induces Indur is curious curlols kind of bush bashfulness fulness The head headof headof headof
of a safety safct pin Is I I an abomination to him and a awobbly aobhlr awobbly
wobbly belt line lne makes film cross cr He le could put putup putuip I Iup
up with lh Ihe negligence nrllrncn of o married duds tfand tfandno Iand IandA
no A on What Wht U I the remedy remedyHearken rmed rmedHeArkeo remedyhearken
Hearken Disgruntled mslrunted to the tue coun COI coutnaI l of an another In Inotbcr anouher ¬
other bachelor who has 1M seen the women I of most mostcountries m mostcnjintries t tr
countries r < untrlts and can assuredly l urrdll and Ind safely slfelr assert acrllh that thntwomen thatwomen
women In this thl country countf couuntr dress themselves tbemse better and andIn andIn andIn
In tidier Idler fashion than In other lands Besides why whybe whybe whybe
be so particular partcular A missing mlMIDI button bulon will wi attract attractattention altc altcaenlon attractattentIon
attention aenlon while whie ttw tbl th ° peeping head held of a safety pin pinmay pinmay pinmay
may lend enchantment to the view Icl llcsldcs a awoman Aom auvaman
woman om n like IC an elephant U I never Mill 11 She must mustbe mU mustbe 1 1be
be about her business huiln qlnl and her business bllncs 1s ill 1 reach reaching rech rechInr reaching ¬
ing Therefore at times tme she comes ome undone A Awomrn Aor Aswolnen
womrn or n too tn dressed ns It turned UrnCI out 011 of a bandbox bandboxIs
Is I not an In object of universal unlrsll admiration admlralon The Thewoman ThewomBn Thewfln5tlfl
woman who spends pcnd most of her husbands money moneytn mon y
tn put uporfhrr uporhcr hack har Is IsthlUme islhtq this lime the terra ter Is quite quiteallowable quitesilowsblca < ule ulealowahlca
alowahlca silowsblca allowable a creature who Is I sadly sdll derlclcnt In Inbrain Inhraln inbrain 1
brain brainlnlldy hralnInlld braininlldy
lnlldy Inlld women are the most mo modest as al a rule ruleOn rllt ruleI
On I 1 Hast Fa t Disgruntled In India InlJa or o thereabouts thereaboutsand hereaboutaand
and you 101 will wl nnd nd the he females h hnl haif lf dressed drMed but butwith bulwih butwith
with wih their lack of raiment goes a degree of modesty modestyXvhlch modratyhlch njodcstywhich
which hlch Is I far beyond that thlt of their bcflowered and ad be begowned beIownrd begowned
gowned Iownrd sisters slstea What hst Is prettier too oo than an anIrish anral anIrish
Irish ral girl lrl with dishevelled dlshenled clothes and flowing flowingIntldy fowlng fowlnglnld flowingintidy
Intldy lnld hair hairTravel hairTrani hairTravel
Travel my m friend You are lre a chicken chlrktn that ha has haslever hl hastever
lever lee been out 01 of one field Travel and If I you younturn yoUnlum yountuurn
nturn from your our wanderings wlndnlnls still atl In the 110 same me state stateo1 staler stateC
o1 r C mind for goodness sake pay PI all al your YOlr attention attentiontn 1 nlon nlontn
tn an Immaculately dressed dry goods rods model for fortint lorUa forttt
tint Ua and nothing else will 11 iii meet mee your our extraordl extraordlntry nlraordlmrr extrsordinury
ntry fancy fancyAn fAnO fAnOn fancyan
An n absolutely ahslutel anti Ind always I1val8 correctly correcl dressed dressedwiman dresod dresodwmAn dresseiwiman
wiman Is as a much of a monotonous eyesore as a adimmy adlmmy adummy
dummy BAcnnix DAC DACnSLOISxw LI > n nVKW
VKW FW xw YORK Yonl Jan 4 4It tIt 1If
It Oriental War Should Sbolid Come CameIf ComeI
If I jar 1r nn small qmal Japan big Russia RUSIa shall ahAI begin beginArd beginAr C CMd
Ard Ar Chinas Chlna pigtailed plrtaled clan steps up and pitches plchrs In InWlat Intl inutat
Wlat tl awful things thlnls must men In countries eountre far ta away awayIf aWI awayIf
If 111 Ilkfy would ould keep Informed essay e ay to lead each eeh eehdal eachday
w day dayWth dal dalth dayWEb
WEb th warships wl hlp named namer Chin yen Petropavlosk PetropavloskMlkesn PelropavloskUkesl PetropavloskMikesa
Mlkesn MlkesnSevastopol MikesaSeaslopoi Ukesl
Sevastopol Sea lJol twate h ate noasyu Iwu Nhlklshlma NhlklshlmaA Shlkbhlml
A nix lx up on tnc sea might migh make a word like lke this thislAdtctoSeYuHossasPetMlkcsChlnVuKls thl thlnelo thisI
I lAdtctoSeYuHossasPetMlkcsChlnVuKls lAdtctoSeYuHossasPetMlkcsChlnVuKlsWtr nelo Se Yu Hasuret lkeChln u KI KIIr
WiT Ir scribes may ma writeskl tales tle of Smashjapanskls Smashjapansklsdocds
deeds docdsHnv deedshas hrd
has 104 mlnccskl meat mca hes he made of all al Mongolskl Mongolsklbreeds Mongolsklrcrds hifongolakibreeds
breeds breedsHor breedshior
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Hew 1M Count toun Comeoffovltch Comeolivlch lo Wing Iee hatched hatchedn
n I scheme schemeBit schemenut chemeni
Bit ni Wing nl I Ie e with wih Wun un Lung came tlme offovltch ololrh su supreme supreme u urcme ¬
preme premeHIW premeh15 rcme
1 HIW Iltiwlan lulln fame to save ale Goortihnlskl Giodhnkl made mld a airy airyRtt try tryBit tryBit
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Til u Hal HalBlwren lal lallwren listBtween
Blwren lwren such things us l these and Ind maps Chlncseo Chlncseovltch ChlnCto ChlnCtollch Chincseositch
vltch vltchTrpuszlc sitchTpuuie llch llchTPuale
Trpuszlc TPuale New sew ew World brains therell therel he no chanceo chanceovlich ehaneeovUeh ehanceovitch
vlich vlichTf vUehTI vitchFt
Tf solve slve that riddle r < le now beyond the he ken of man manQactly mAi manZactIi
Qactly I a how old olcls old Is Queen Dowager Tat Ta Ann AnDI AnDL Annt4S14
i t4S14 fl4
If I the Absolute Parolysln or Conscious ConioloniFaculties ConsciousFaeuitteii 70nleloll 70nlelollIlaOUlt
Faculties IlaOUlt Sometime Sometme n Hoonr HoonrTo noon finchlo
To 10 THK rr Eniiott tUITO op Tim JI SIN Sir 1 ii Of nil nilthings al allthings
things thlnl contributing contrIbutng to tho ChlcUiro hlelto tragedy trllelty
it would woul tteem 1 el on the thl surface slrfne that pan Imrlu ImrluIS Pinto Pintovas In Inwas
was IS the greatest Irlulllt factor Is 1 > pnnlo plnlo nn unmixed unmixedan
an utter uter evil evi What Wlllt Is panic anyhow anyhowDarwin auhn auhnDnrwln uiumyhiowDarwin
Darwin has his It as an 11 axiom that natitrn natitrnbestows Ihlrn Ihlrnbf8towM nattirnbestows
bestows bf8towM no permanent Dlrmnnlnt quality qlally tn lifo lfo which whichwould whichwould whichwould
would Injure or which would ould hn uny ny other otherthan olh otherthuutn r rthln
than thln a I benefit henlft to its possessor POS818Or Does 1011 It not notteem notmeem notseem
teem seem that the fright which paralyzes pnmlyzll or In Incapacitates Ineaplcltuto Incaputeltates ¬
capacitates eaplcltuto all Il judgment Judllent Is a great Ireal n 1 meas measureless 181 uneasureicas ¬
ureless evil to the Can
urll vI possessor there therupossibly ther10Rsibly therepossibly
possibly 10Rsibly bo benefit IJwft then in the panic IID10 or orparnlysls orPlrnlysls orparuilyals
parnlysls Plrnlysls of fear fearIf feurI fearif
If I the cause CIIJJ be bl sufficient surelnt It can be b wifely wifelyclaimed Mfelyeulmed mutelyclaimed
claimed eulmed that Ilt all al can cln be b panicked paralyzed paralyzedor PlrIY7d PlrIY7dor
or even killed kl d by fear ftllr alonelet the man manbo mnb manbe
bo b Andrew AndrewjacksoV Jacksou Jaeksov Cusslus Clay Cwsar Csr no nomutter nomuttlr nomatter
mutter mutterllumiiii muttlr111UI matterlttiiimuuti
llumiiii 111UI thought tholght Is a blend of three orders ordersTho ordersThe
The conscious thought of the larger newer newerhuman newerhuman
human brain cerebrum Instinctive and andemotional andemotioiutul
emotional subconscious thought of the smaller smallermiddle smallermiddle
middle the most ancient animal brain pans pansand pontsand
and medulla and the marvellous Intelligence Intelligenceof
of each and every unit in the cellular confed confederation confederation ¬
eration of the body bodyThe bodyThe
The conscious the larger brain Is but tint tintchild thuchild
child the derivative of the two older forms formsand fernusanti
and powers of thought and In the greater greatercrises greatrcrises
crises and emergencies of life seems not to tobe tobe
be trusted very far utr for the very ery first t effect effectof > ffertof
of a great fear w lu the cutting out of the inltii inltiienco liuiiiuenco
enco and judgment of the higher brain Tint Tintman liiiman
man theji becomes us a somnambulist somnnanibuliatutliperceptioum nil nilperception
perception and effort upon which salvation salvatlousdepends
depends ore turned over to the old the brat brufbrain bratbrain
brain and without being at all consciom consciomsuch colueiouijstich
such a one may do d and undergo things ordi ordinarily oruiinarily ¬
narily Impossible Without consclousnom consclousnomor
or remembrance people have thus been en enabled enabled ¬
abled to save their lives where judgment judgmentand judgmentand
and endeavor had failed failedAnother faliedAnother
Another form of great fear Is nn absolute absoluteparalysis uthotuitsparuuhyaia
paralysis of brain and body Here benefi beneficent beutedcent ¬
cent nature yields Instantly to the seemingly seeminglyInevitable seeminglyinevitable
Inevitable beneficent because In the extreiim extreiimpanio extrelussputoho
panio und paralysis of fear there can be little littleor
or no conscious sensation or suffering for fortho forthe
the conscious brain Is i no longer lu action actionTo tuctiomule
To show how strong this paralyzing effect
Is In mice worried and paralyzed by cats catsthe catsthe
the blood will not clot after death and the theflesh
flesh becomes very soft and tender tenderThe tenderlhe
The bodies of the two Roman soldiers found foundas
as on guard at Pompeii will be remembered rememberedns
ns showing that some may not bo panicked panickedIn
In the Chicago and Martinique fires simi ¬
larly bodies were found indicating absolute
Instintuneous paralysis parnlyslsHlnco paralysisMiuuee
Hlnco nil may be panicked or paralyzed by byicar bynr
icar nr ft is suggested that all places of largo largoconcourse htrutconcourse
concourse in or out of doors should bo ap approved i iproLctl ¬
proved of by men of the utmost honor airl airlability tuliluuIilityby
ability uuIilityby by men removed from every possi ¬
bully of political or other jobberyby officer officernnd ottlcrrsand
and engineers of the Regular army the tiiofficers theomoera
officers for the general supervision thereof
What I mean by hythoarnmyofliceris the army officer is thin regu regular regumhutr ¬
lar West Pointer one brought up la Ui this tri
dltlons of that institution institutionNEW institutionSEW
Danger of an Overcrowded Population PopulationAre
Are Still Remote
From the Kansas Citu Journal JournalThe JournrilThe
The material development of the country In Inquietly isquietly
quietly progressing at a remarkable rate in inone Inone
one direction which Is not given much popu popular popumlar ¬
lar attention More than 22824200 acres ot ottho ofthe
the public lands were turned over to private privateindividuals privateindividuaLs
individuals list year This means that an anarea anarea
area almost equal to that of the State of In Indiana Indiana ¬
diana has within that time been added to the theproductive theproductive
productive regions of the United States StatesMost StatesMost
Most of these newly opened lands were home homesteaded homeateaded
steaded by farmers as will bo seen from the thofollowing thefollosing
following figures There were 54305 patents patentsof
of all classes Issued within the year Of this thisnumber thisnumber
number 47631 are classed as agricultural
4004 as Indian allotments 1104 as mineral mineralpatents minoralpatents
patents COO as coal patents 276 as orivato orivatoland urivateland
land claims 187 as railroad patents and 40 40as 40as
as liwamp land patents The total sum which whichtho whichthe
the Government got by way of fees and com commissions corniuulssions ¬
missions for Issuing these patents was 11
024741 Under n recent law thn most of the thereceipts thereceipts
receipts from th the sale of public lands vrlll vrlllhenceforth wlihhenceforth
henceforth bo set aside for reclaiming arid aridlands
lands by Irrigation IrrigationIn
In tin rmbllo domain there ar are still tW un unappropriated umoappropriated ¬
appropriated 3SOWO307 acres of surveyed surreyerllands surveyedlands
lands and GUI176109 acres of unsurveyed unsurveyedlands uneurveycdhands
lands or a total of more than 070055000 acre acreA acresA
A great many tracts In this immense area of ofcourspwlll ofcouirse
courspwlll couirse will always remain uncultivated and andunsettled andimuisettied
unsettled but it has been estimated that thatwhen thatwhets
when flue contemplated system systemof of Irrigation Irrigationshall Irrigationshall
shall be put uumt Into working ordor BO somuch somuchgoes much muchgood
good goes land will be opened that a population populationns
ns large ns the whole nations present popu population popumlatlon ¬
lation could find room there to thrive pros prosperously prosperously ¬
perously nnd contentedly contentedlyRapid contentedlyRapid
Rapid strides arc now being made in the de developing developilug ¬
veloping of the public domain The excite excitement excitemeat ¬
meat and uproar of former pioneer days nrj are areabsent
absent In this work but the process Is marked markedand markedan1
and very effective The passenger trsfne on onVestorn ensSeatnrn
Vestorn railroads is evidence of this fact factAgreenblo factAgreeable
Agreeable reflections arise arise in contemplating contemplatingthat
that the United States still owns so much mucharable mumebarable
arable public land The daggers of an over overcrowded overcrowded ¬
crowded population by Immigration or nat natural nnioral ¬
ural Increase are still remote The census for formany farmany
many years yet to come will not show an PK PKcess ccOs
cess Os of people above what the West est will ne npiI npiIin l lin
in settling up its vacant lands landsA 4 4A
A Visit lo the he White nnnse Cellar CellarTo CellarTo
To THE EDITOR or THE SUN SCNStr Sir What t1iatmagnifying a amagnifying
magnifying glass Is every pane of every wlnchw wlnchwthrounh sclndiuvthrough
through which the proud American citizen look lookInto looksinto
Into the White House I clip this sentence from froman froaaan
an editorial In Saturdays SUN SUNNow SuJsNow
Now It Is very clear you have not visited the tniWhite 4 4White
White House recently nr you would know you youcould youcouit
could not look through Its windows nr enter 113 113doorsT 113cioors
doorsT cioors You otu would b be permitted to enter the cellar cellarand cellarand
and nothing more After an absence of sevcrnl severnlyears sevcrnlyears
years I visited the capital last week with sum sumfrlenrtiand aantfriendsand
frlenrtiand after showing them them around through throughthe throughthe
the public buildings and nd the Library of Congre Congrethe Congresethe
the most magnificent structure In the world wn wnwere wewere
were to finish our trip by n visit to the White HOUV HOUVUe lioeWe
Ue walked up the Stone steps well worn by the thetread thetread
tread of thousands of the free and the brave bravefor hravefor
for years past and nct to the door which I attemptel attemptelto
to open and walk alk In as of yore but shut the old olddemocratic oltidemocrstic
democratic style has all been changed changedlbs tho door doorlatch doorhatch
latch does not hang out the re a man covered with withUlH wtuhgilt
gilt lace and cut d brass buttons stopped us saying sayingYou sayingtouu
You cant filler here this Is a private entrance entranceWhat cuutranceWhalt
What said I cnnnot we bo is admitted to the thoWhite thehite
White hite House HouseThis JioumocThis
This It a private entrance said ho walk walkthose ti titioso
those steps and go down to the cellar there aro arorooms arsroom
rooms room down there where you can be admitted admittedr
r stalked Into the cellar through several dark darknnd s sand
and dingy rooms hung with old and battered por portraits
traits nf departed ladles of the Willie House In Inone liione
one room we found the walls covered with pictures picturriof
of the present Kufcutlvc In every cver possible position positionafoot positiona
afoot a foot on horse on coach tallyho Rough RIder Hlderftc RIdertt
ftc tt There was a large crowd of disappointed disappointedpeople disappointedpplC
people In that cellar 1 1Variants W WNEW
NEW lquuit Jin 2 2Variants
Variants of Dean Holes Hat and Hoot Story StoryTo StoryTo
To THK KDiron or ruE SunSir In your Issue Issueof Ltsuieof
of March 30 IW7 you printed a note of mine calling callingattention callingattention
attention to tie fact that a story told br Dean Hole Holethen Holetheit
then In this iwmlry and on which you had pleas pleasanlly pleasanily
anlly commented was to be found In Amernm Amernmrtrllglon 4tmerraiuiteligiun
rtrllglon a book published by John Weiss In 1571 1571where 1511wiulre
where It reads rradsA
A tall officer trotting by on a little mule brneath brneathan
an enormous beaver received the running flr fire of ofthe ofthuS
the whole line Comadownoutofthit Come down out of this t hall lunoir lunoiryou I know knowynlu
you are thtro tiierci 1 see your boots bootsDean bOotsIeao
Dean Hnlf lisles s version was Wa a variant but Its Identi Identification IdentiSection ¬
Section a1 the Ill name story told by WeLts was salt siMby saltby
by THE Tim StN to be complete and since ioe the waif wnltshows waifshows
shows suth Protean viability you may think It Itworth IIuoflhi
worth while to give space for other punllellim punllellimwhich paratletlinisshich >
which might lead to wnie historic original or to the theIlmbo theliinha
Ilmbo of human anecdntage In tho dark backward hsckwuriland backwardand
and abysm of lime Here Is the latest I have seen seenIt seenit
It Is from the recently published Life and Letter Lctteriof Letterof
of Robert Lewis Li wi Ushney UshneyOne lishneyOne
One day when rStonewalll Jackson was on the thimarch themarch
march hit men began to guy his chief of staff cry crying cryInc ¬
Inc Come out from under that umbrella Corns Connout Cornsnull
out null I Immv youarc OuisTe under there I see your feel feelaxhaklngl featashaklngl
axhaklngl Jons H CLirroao CLirroaoNKW CItrFoaDNew
New Yom Jan 4 4Th 4The
Th The San Dominicans Advantage AdvantageFrom Advantagekrom
From Pus rrotliinet Journal JournalVe JournalWe
Ve may sneer at the Han Dominicans sa saas < much muchas
as vre please but It Is an Ineluctable and solemn fact factthat factthat
that during the past year we have bad far more morestrlkivs morestrikes
strikes In tills liii country than there have been revo revolutions revaluilion ¬
lutions In their Uland and that the resulting Injury Injuryto ifljtirto
to lmslnes measured by money ins baa be been o In Incomparably Lncomparably ¬
comparably grrator hrr hrrThe here hereThe
The Doomed Monster Monsterrtiim MonStertditm
tditm rtiim gazed ruefully on the mnstodon mnstodonPoor mastndoflroor
Poor beast he muttered Mast think bow bowAlfreil hoeAirreit
Alfreil Austin will abuse you youNotifying anui anuiNotifying
Notifying the S P C A he hoped that tit tM Mbro Mbrosaurui lEioaaunti
saurui might yet escape

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