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Our Friend In the Far East EastYankee l EagtYinkeo aMt aMtYimkeo
1 Yankee sympathy in case of war will willvary wi wUvary
vary according to circumstances circumtnces and in individual ittdividual ¬ I Iividual
dividual prepossessions with the prepon preponderance prpon prpondernce preponderanco ¬
derance dernce doubtless doubtes favoring on sent sentimental sent sentcitentiti ¬
< mental grounds that marvellous manelous young youngmodern youngmodem youngmodrn
modern Power of which MATTHEW lATlEW CAL CAlrBRAITH CAL CALnRAITH CALBRAITIL
BRAITH PKHIIY of Rhode Island was the thegodfather theI thegodfather
I godfather godfatherThe
J The attitude atttude of the United Unitd States StatesGovernment Stts StatesGovernment
1 Government Goverment will wi be that of absolutely absolutelycorrect absolutelyj absolutelycorrect
j correct corr ct neutrality mmtralty This hiR is merely merly say Baying sayt saying ¬
t J ing that the name of the American Amcricln Seem Secretary Secr SecrI Seemtury ¬
I j tary tly of State is JOHN HAY HAYIt ITAYIt
It I ought ou ght not to be forgotten forgottn however howeverthat howeverthat howeverthat
1 that apart from all al considerations cnsideratons of ofsentiment oftcntment ofsentiment
tcntment sentiment or material interest interst we are nreunder arej areunder
j under direct treaty obligations obl atons to be befriend beIJ befriend ¬
friend one of the nations involved involve in the theFar theI
flend ntonA
p IJ I Far Eastern Easter troubles and to help that thatnation thatnaton thatnation
nation naton if wo can cn and if she asks our as assistance assistance ¬
sistance sistanceThe sistnnc sistanceI
1 I 1 The nation naton with which we are lre thus thusbound thusbound titushound
bound in the closest cosest relations rlations is neither neitherJapan neitherI neitherJapan
Japan nor Russia RU81a nor again is it China ChinaIt ChinaI
It I is isCorea Corea the Kingdom Kinpdom of Chosen and andour andour andour
I
our our obligation is in the form of a contract contractThere contrct contrctThere contractThere
There shall hal be perpetual peace Ilee and friendship friendshipbetween friendshipbeween friendshipbetween
between beween the thr President Preident of the United Unled States and the theKins theKlnl theKIez
Kins Klnl of o Chosen Cho en and the citizens llzen and subjects of ofthrlr ofIhlr ofthilr
thrlr respective repectle Government GovernmentIf
if I If I other Powers deal unjustly unjuty or oppressively oppressivelywith oppressIvlY oppressIvlYI
I J with III either Government Ooerment the other will 11 exert eert Its Itssood 1 1lit itsgood
lit good Iood omces on being beln Informed of the case cae to brine brinetbout brlnl brlnlI tnIn tnInihout
tbout Iblut an amicable arrangement arrurcment thus showlnt their theirfriendly theirfrlendl theirfriendly
I frlendl friendly echoes feellnniThe feeln feelnI echoesThe
I The reciprocal recprocal pledge quoted above aboveforms aboveI
I forms Article Artclo I I of our convention conventon with withCorra withCOrt3 withCorea
Corra COrt3 negotiated negotated in 1882 18B and ratified ratfe by bythe b bI bythe
I the United States Senate Senatf in January J auar 1883 1883The 1883The 1883h
h The treaty is no now r in force It I was wa tho thoflrst thoIt thefirst
It first frt treaty ever concluded cnclude by the Corean CoreanGovernment Coreant CoreanGovernment
t I Government Goverment with any nation naton great or orsmall orP orii
P ii small smallWe snli smallh
We occupy therefore a tutelary and andexceptional ad andexceptional
1 h I exceptional exceptonal position positon with regard to the thewelfare UleI thewelfare
I welfare welare of the Kingdom Kngdom of Chosen the thocountry thej
j i country most likely lkely to be dealt with un unjustly unjusty anIi ¬
Ii justly justy and ad oppressively oppreively in any conflict conflictbetween conict conicti conilictbetween
i between Japan and Russia Rusia involving involvig n ndisturbance I aIi
Ii 1 disturbance < of existing exist lg conditions conditons in innortheastern inr init
it r northeastern Asia AsiaIf AsiaI AsiaI
If I I f Corea is unjustly unjusty and ad oppressively oppressivelytreated oppresively oppresivelytreate oppressivelyr
r treated treate by either combatant cmbatant we shall shallno shal shallno
1 no doubt be officially ofcialy informed iforme of the thecircumstance thet thecircumstance
t circumstance crcumtnce The Corona Corea Government Governmentis Goverment Govermentis
< is represented at Washington Wahgton by an anEnvoy a anEnvoy
Envoy Extraordinary Extraoriar and ad Minister Miister Pleni Plenipotentiary Plenii Pleapotentiary ¬
i potentiary potentar Mr Mixnui Cno Cnoby assisted assistedby 8stc 8stcI
I i by a full ful fledged fodgod establishment estblshment of secre secretaries secretaries secretaries ¬
taries counsellors couselor and ad attaches attachesTnnadn atnMs atnMsfanadas s sanadas
Tnnadn Treaty Making lllghts lllghtsProf Itgbt ItgbtJror ltlght3irof
Prof Jror SHOHTT SnoRT who occupies occupie the chair chairof chairor chairof
of economics ecnomic and politics poltc at Queens QueensUniversity QueensUnverity QueensUniversity
University Unverity Kingston Kngston Ont in a late lateDumber lateJumbr latenumber
Dumber Jumbr of the to Queens Quarterly Quarterll sup supports supi supporta ¬
i ports port the position piton of Sir WILFRID WILFRI LAU LAUBIEB Lw LwRER LAUB1IR
BIEB RER in i regard regar to Canadas right to make maketreaties maketrtes maketreaties
treaties trtes Ho admits admis that the British BritishGovernment Britsh BritshGoverment BritishGovernment
Government Goverment should retain rt supervisory supervisorypowers suprsry suprsrypwer supervisorypowers
powers pwer and ad presumably the power of ofveto ofveto ofveto
veto Ho le declares decare that Canada Caada may mayrightfully mayrigtfuly mayrightfuUy
rightfully rigtfuly claim caim such powers power by virtue virtueof
J of her liberty 1bery and responsibility repnsibity as a aBelfgoverning aelgoverlng aselfgoverning
Belfgoverning elgoverlng unit within the British BritishEmpire Britsh BritshEmpire BritishEmpire
Empire and denies that Englands Englandsconcession J Englandst ngland8ncsslon
t concession < ncsslon of the essential essental elements of oftho ofthe ofthe
the treaty making power would woud en endanger endanger ondanger ¬
danger the te unity of tho Empire Ho Hoholds Hohold Hoholds
holds hold that on the contrary contrry the vesting vestingof vestng vestngof
of such power in I colonial governments governmentswould goverment govermentwould governmentswould
would strengthen strenghen imperial imprial unity unityProf unityPrf unityP101
Prof Prf SHORTTS SHORTS position posiion is only a I little littlebeyond lte ltebjond littlebeyond
beyond bjond the condition conditon which actually actuallyexists actualy actualyexists actuallyexists
exists at the present time tme He proposes proposesto
to do hardly more than commit to a awritten nwriten awritten
written writen law that which now rests upon uponunwritten uponunwrittn uponunwritten
unwritten unwrittn law In treaties treate which affect affecther afect afecther affecther
her interests ftretsCanada thterestsCanada Canada now has little lte less lessvoice lesq lesqvoic lessvoice
voice voic than she would have hlo in the case caseof cae caeof caseof
of a formally formaly conceded concee right ri ht to make makeher makoher makeher
her own ow treaties treates subject to tho approval approvalof approvl approvlof
of the Home Government She might mightpossess mightposless mightpossess
possess posless a larger initiative initatve but would wouldhardly wouldI wouldhardly
I hardly hanlr Jiold hold a larger power of final finaldotormination fnal fnalI finaldetermination
I dotorminationSuch determination deterinaton deterinatont determinationSuch
t Such ap adjustment of relations relatons be between ber beI ¬
r I tween theCanadians the Caadians Canadians and England would wouldlimitthe wOlddt
t i limitthe lmltthe bond between them almost en entirely entrly ant ¬
t tirely trly to one of pure sentiment sentmcnt In eon connection eonnecton eonnection ¬
nection necton with this an article artce by Mr MrGEORGE MrGzonaE lr lrGEORGE
GEORGE PEaL in the Independent Review Reviewfor Retew Retewfor Revwfor
for January is intolcstnJ interesting He notes notesthat nolesI notesthat
I that the recent census shows thows that prac practically pmoU pract1ally ¬
tically U < aly 50 10 per cent cnt of the Canadian popu population pormlaton popitlation ¬
lation laton is it composed of French and Irish Irishthat IriHhthat Irishthat
that another aother 10 per cent < ent is composed compOlcd of ofa ofa
1 a E mixed European nativity natvity and that thatthrough thattbrolgh thatthrough
through tbrolgh her increasing increain inflow infow of immi immigrants illi illiI iminjgrants ¬
grants ats Canada is fast becoming bocomil peopled peopledvfith poplt peopledwith
with those who cannot regard re arrl the theUmpire theHmpir the1npire
I Umpire Hmpir 1npire eye to eye with ih ourselves ourselvesAny ourelv ourselvesAny s sAny
Any careful study of the situation situationmakes situaton situatonl situationthak
l makes I thak akes it clearly cearly apparent ap arent that while whiletjiere whlo whlott1cre whileL
L tjiere tiere are ar many Canadians Canaduls whose loyalty loyaltytp loyaly loyalytQ
tp England remains and will remain
Englad wi un unshaken unshaken unshaken ¬
shaken tho tendency is toward a weak weakening weakening weakening ¬
ening of the bond of sentiment sentment so far farns faras faras
as the Canadian people as a 1 whole are areconcerned areconcred areconcerned
concerned concred It may bo and probably probablywill probablywi probablywill
will wi be many years year before befor Canada is issufficiently 15Rufcienty issufficiently
sufficiently Rufcienty imbued imbue with wih a spirit of na nationality naI flutionality ¬
I tionality tonaly to attempt atempt or even to desire desirean
i an a absolute political poltcl independence independenc But Outtho Butthe Butthe
the development from frm a purely purly colonial colonialto
to a responsible respons le government goverment and ad com complete comI cornpicto ¬
plete control in internal interal affairs afair and ad tho thoappearance thoappearc theappearance
appearance appearc of suggestions suggeftons of larger largercontrol Ilr largercontrol er erC
I C control of external extral relations rlation coupled coupledwith couple coupledwith
with an a ever increasing incrnl cosmopolitanism cosmopolitanismpoint cosmopoltnism cosmopoltnismt
point to a time tme when Canada will wi take tke a aplace aplace aplace
t place in i the sisterhood sisterhoo of independent independentnations independentf
nations nationsSir
f naton
I Sir WILFRID WILFI LATJKIEB L URER has declared declaredthat declred declredthat declaredthat
that as 8 tho te development of the United UnitedStates UnitedStt UnitedStatee
States Stt was W8 the feature featur of the nineteenth nineteenthcentury ninetent nineteenthcentury0
century ctr so 10 will wi the development of ofCanadfcbe ofClab ofCanadLlte
Canadfcbe Clab the feature featur of the twentieth twentiethIn twentetj
In such luch a scheme there ther is I no place plac for a aI
I
colonial form of government goverment It I is isfair a afair afair
fair prediction pricto that Canadas Candas suggestionthat suggestion suggetons suggetonsthat suggestionsthat
that she is entitled entite to treaty traty making makingpowers makingpower snakingpowers
powers power wi will develop into declarations declrtions of ofher ofher ofher
her right to t them If I tho demand is iamade ismade ismade
made England will wi not refuse rfus it itThe i itIlo
I
The 110 Ziegler Extradition E tr lUtol Case CuseThe CaseTue I IThe
The action acton of Governor Goveror ODELL In re refusing refusing ¬
fusing to deliver del VOl WILLIAM ZIEOLKH to totho tothe tothe
the authorities authorite of Missouri Misouri as n a fugitive fugitivefrom fugite fugitivefrom I Ifrom
from justice justce of that State is in accordance accordancewith accordancewith I
with tho settled Retted law as declared declare by our ourCourt ourCourt ourCourt
Court of Appeals and nd the Supreme Court Courtat Cout Coutat Courtat
at Washington Wahington and ought therefore to tobe tobe tohe
be commended instead of being con condemned conemne condemned ¬
demned demnedIn
emne
In the case CIHe of Tho People on the rela relation relaton reintion ¬
tion ton of CHARLES CIAHLES E f K COKKIUN COHKlAN against againstJAMES againtJAms againstJAMES
JAMES L Hmr HT Chief of Police Polce of the thecity thecty thecity
city cty of Albany Alban decided in October Ocober 1902 1902the 1002the 1902the
the Court of Appeals speaking through throughJudge throughJudge throughJudge
Judge EDGAR M 11 CULLEN of Brooklyn Brooklynheld Brooklynheld Brooklynheld
held that the constructive constructve presence in intho inthe inthe
the demanding State of an alleged aleged of offender orfelder offender ¬
fender felder at the time tme of the commission commi ion o otho of ofthe ofthe
the crime charged charge was wa not sufficient sufeient to tomake tomake tomake
make such alleged alege offender ofender a fugitive fugitivefrom fugive fugivefrom fugitivefrom
from justice justce within the moaning of the theFederal theFederal theFederal
Federal Constitution Constituton but that his actual actualpresence actualpreRenc actualpresence
presence preRenc in i the demanding demading State at the thetime thetme thetime
time tme when tho crime wa wai was said to have havebeen havebeen havebeesi
been committed commited was wa necessary in order orderto orderto orderto
to render him extraditable extraditableThis extraditableThis
This decision decsion has since been affirmed affirmedby afrmed afrmedby affirmedby
by the Supreme Court ot a the United UnitedStates Unied UniedStates UnitedStates
States It is in accordance accordac with the doc doctrine doctrine doetrino ¬
trine of interstate intetstto extradition extraiton for which whichTUB whichm whichTIlE
TUB m Sux R U has always alwlS contended contendedMr contende
Mr MI ZIEOLKK ZIEGLR denied that he was wa in the theState theState theState
State of Missouri 19souri at the time tme of the al alleged alleged alleged ¬
leged briber brbel bribery of which he was wa there ac accused accused nocused ¬
cused It I therefore became incumbent incumbentupon incumbentupon incumbentupon
upon the Governor Goveror to ascertain ascrtain whether whethersuch whethersuch whethersuch
such was WI the fact or not The evidence evidencelaid evidencelad evidencelaid
laid lad before him on the subject satisfied satisfiedhim stisfe satisfiedhim
him that Mr ZIEGLER was wa not then in inMissouri inMissouri inMissouri
Missouri This Thi conclusion concusion was wa sustained sustainedby sustaned sustanedby
by the opinion of AttorneyGeneral AttorneyGeneralCUNNEEN AtoreyGeneral AtoreyGeneralCUEEN AttorneyGeneralCuNNsEN
CUNNEEN on a able lawyer whose advice advicewas advicewas advicewas
was very properly propery sought by the Gov Governor Governora ¬ i ierora
ernor erora ernora a layman laymanunder under the circum circumstances circumstances ¬ I
stances stancs A result thus reached has hasevery hasevery
every ever presumption pre8umpton in its is favor and there thereis
is nothing in it to warrant tho Governor Governorof Goveror Goverorof
of Missouri in swearing at the he Governor Governorof Goveror Goverorof
of New York YorkA I
i Ii I II
A Study in Export Ellort Trade TradeA rllt i
A review of American export trade in inmanufactured I inmanufactured I Imanufactued
manufactured manufactued articles artcles shows that we did didnot didnot didnot
not reach the 100000000 1000 markuntil mark unti 1877 1877Tho 1877The 1877The
The figures fgres that year wore wer 122577652 122577652A 22577652 22577652A
A slight Ilight reaction reacton followed folowed and Ind in i I860 I860they 188 1880they
they dropped droppe to 102850000 102850 In 1800 1800tho 181 1890the
tho S20O 200000000 point was wa passed pfed Tho Thonext Thonext Thonext
next three years increased Increaed the figures fgres fgres512O
512O 112000000 to 534000 340000000 in 1809 180 The Thelast Thelast Thelast
last four years year have added another
80000000 000 and ad have hlve given us for 1003 1003an 103 103an 1003an
an export expor trade in manufactured articles articlesof aricles ariclesof
of a value of 421453015 a sum about aboutequal aboutequato aboutequalto
equato equalto equal to our total export expor business busines in 1872 1872The 187 1872The I
The increase Increase of the last lat four years in inmanufactured inmanufactred inmanufactured
manufactured manufactred articles artces is the equivalent equivalentof equivalentotour
of otour our total totl export in that department departmentin
in 1375 1375No lS7 lS7No 18ThNo
No little ltte difficulty difculty has ha been encoun encountered encountered oncountored ¬
tered in determining just jut what articles articlesmight arices aricesmight articlesmight
might properly be included under the thohead thehead thehead
head of manufactures The mere fact factthat facttht factthat
that tht a certain amountof manual labor has hasbeen ha hasbeen
been expended in i their production producton does doesnot doesnot doesnot
not necessarily necessariy give certain crtain products productsa
a place plae in the list lst of manufactures manufacture Thus Thuscopper Thuscopper Thuscopper
copper ore is not counted as I a manu manufactured manufactured mannfactured ¬
factured product prouct while whie our nearly 50
000000 00 worth of exported expored ingots Igot plates platesand platesand platesand
bars is manufactured manufacturedcopper manufacturedcopper
and regarded as 1 maufactured maufacturedcop
copper cop Mr Crude mineral minera oil 01 is not a manu manufactured mau maufactured manufactured ¬
factured article arice while whie the 05000000 05000000worth 05000000worth 00
worth of refined refned oil al annually annualy sent out of ofAmerican ofAmerican ofAmerican
American ports pors is included incuded in the list listIt lst lstIt listit
It will wi be noted note that these two items itemscopper itemscopper
copper and refined refned oils ois constitute cnstitute about aboutonequarter abut abutonequarter aboutonequarter
onequarter of the total totl value of our ex exported expore erported ¬
ported pore manufactures Their leir proper propr in inclusion incusion inelusion ¬
elusion cusion in that list lst may not be b questioned questionedalthough questoned questonedalhough questionedalthough
although alhough the labor involved Involve in their theirpreparation theirprepraton theirpreparation
preparation prepraton for shipment affects afeots only onlya
a very limited lmite number numbr of our people peopleand pople popleand peopleand
and the commercial end of the business businessis busines
is in a very small Bmal number numbr of hands Our Ourexports Oure Ourexports
exports e por of manufactured manufacture iron ion and steel steelconstitute steelcontituto steelconstitute
constitute contituto practically prctcaly another quarter quarterof quarer quarerof
of the total total In this thi department deparment the therange therange therange
range of industrial indutial and commercial commercialinterest ommercal ommercalinterest commercialinterest
interest is vastly aty wider than that of the thecopper thecoppl thecopper
copper coppl and oil oi trade tradejombined Combined ombine It I em embraces emhraces embraces ¬
braces a wide variety from table cutlery cutleryto outery outeryto
to printing presses preseR from tacks to loco locomotives locomotve locomotives ¬
motives motve It I includes incudes machinery of many manykinds manykinds manykinds
kinds but does not include agricultural agriculturalimplements agiclural agicluralimploment agriculturalimplements
implements imploment It includes Incudes fire fre engines enginesbut etgine oginesbut
but not cars and carriages carriage It I includes includestypewriters includestypewriters
typewriters typcwriter and cash csh registers register but not notclocks notcock notclocks
clocks cock and chandeliers chandeliersReducing chmdcleI chandeliersIioducng
Reducing tho entire entre list lHt of manu manufactured manufactured manufactiircd ¬
factured exports to its component componentpar contponcntparta contponcntpartait parts partsit
it appears that an altogether undue pro proportion proporton proportion ¬
portion porton consists conRist of a 1 few special articles articleswhich artces artceswhich articleswhich
which add to the pleasing pleaing sum total of ofvalue ofvalue ofvalue
value but do ro not ot affect afect more than a avery aery avery
very ery limited lmied number numbr of our people so sofar 80fil sofar
far fil as either production Iroducton ordistribution or distributon is isdirectly isdirecty isdirectly
directly directy concerned concrod That lat every e ery dollar dollarrepresents dolar dolarrepresenls dollarrepresents
represents a certain indirect advantage advantageis advantge advantgeis
is not ot to bo b disputed but in a very con considerable consldcmblc considerable ¬
siderable percentage of n niI our r export oxpr trade tradein trdo trdoin
in manufactured manufacured articles artcle there lies le no noevidence noevidence noevidcnc
evidence that us a people pople we are par particularly pr prtcularly particularly ¬
ticularly interested into rested in foreign trade tradeHere tradeilore
tcularly trae traeHere
Here and there some fome merchant merchat or manu manufacturer manuracturer mannfacturer ¬
facturer of larger ideas idea than his neigh neighbors neighbor neighbors ¬
bors bor adopts adopt an aggressive trade trde policy policyand polcy polcyand policyand
and pushes his goods into int the foreign foreignfield foreignfield
field feld Tho he rest an overwhelming ma majority majority majority ¬
jority wait for any trade that may come cometo cometo cometo
to them or look to the Government Govcrment to toestablish toestablsh toestablish
establish establsh some political poltcal sysiLn sys by which whichour whichour whichour
our national natoUd gates will wi swing outward outwardbut outwardbut II IIbut
but not inward inwardThe inwardTo inwardThe
The To increased business in special Bpecallnes Bpecallnesmay lines linesmay linesmay
may be illustrated iustrt by the following followingOur folowing folowingOur
Our exports of copper manufactures manufactureshave m nufacturs nufacturshavo
have increased from 500000 00 in 1870 1870to 1870to 1870to
to nearly f5ROO 58000000 in 1000 100 That how however however however ¬
ever was wla a year yenrorhigh of high prices price and large largoshipments largeshipments largeshipments
shipments Later IJter years rear have seen a afalling afulng afalling
falling fulng off of but hu t tho business busines h i still st i one oneof oneof oneof
of the most important importt on our list lst In
1870 our export of manufactured cotton cottonwas cottonwas < ottonwa
was wa a little ltte less les than 500 4000000 It now nowapproximates nowapproximates nowapproximates
approximates 13000 30000000 In a genera generation gener generatlon ¬
tion ton our exports of leather and leather leathergoods lether lethergos loathergoods
goods gos have increased from 700000 70Q to t
1300 30000000 Ton years year ago ao our export exportboot epr exportboot
boot and shoe sho trade amounted amoute to t about
100 900000 It I is now about 9000000 eooooooBut 9000000But 00
But during the te same period pero our export expr
of harness haress and saddles has ha increased Incraod only onlyfrom onlyfrom onlyfrom
from 250000 250 in 1802 to t 378000 780 in 1902 1902Our 102 102Our 1902Our
Our sales sle of leather l U er for uppers uppr have more morethan morethan morethan
than trebled in ten tn years yell but our sales salesof sale9of salesof
of sole leather show only about a al0 10 per percent percnt percent
cent cnt increase increaseSince increae increaeSic IncreaseSince
Since Sic 1870 our sales le of agricultural agriculturalimplements agrloulurl agrloulurlimplement agriculturalimplements
implements implement havo risen rion from frm 1000000 1000000to 100 ibOO000to
to 10000000 1600 The fact that more mor than thanonehalf thanone thanonehalf
onehalf one hal of our trade tlde in these the goods goodsstands goodsstnds goodsstands
stands stnds to the credit creit of mowers mower and andreapers andrapr andreapers
reapers rapr gives the clue cuo to the cause of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the increase increae We have produced produc labor laborsaving laborsaving laborsaving
saving devices which other countries countrieswere countrieswer countrieswere
were wer practically prctcly obliged oblged to t buy No Nowheat Nowheat Nowheat
wheat growing grwing country could do with without wih wihout wIthout ¬
out them th m Our agricultural ngrculurl implements implementsand
and machinery go to t almost every over civ civilized cv cvize civilized ¬
ilized ize nation naton but Canada Canaa leads in i the list listof lst lstof listof
of our customers customer wlthMier with her orders order for forabout forabout forabout
about onefifth onefth of our exports in that thatline thatlie thatline
line lie Russia Germany Germay France Fnc and the theArgentine theArentne theArgentine
Argentine Arentne take about 2000ot0 20 200040 worth wortheach wortheach worthea
each ea h while whie the United Unit Kingdom Kig om and andBritish Ind IndBrtsh andBritish
British Brtsh Australia Australa take tke about 1000000 1000000worth 100 1000000worth
worth each Our trade trae in the products productsof prouct
of the forest fort including includig timber tmber and lum lumber lumber lunber ¬
ber in i its is various forms for has ha increased increasedfrom inerease increasedfrom
from frm 28000000 2800 in i 1802 to 64000000 600 in
1003 193 but our export expr of furniture furiture during duringthat durg durgthat duringthat
that period prio has ha increased icrene only from
3000000 300 to t a little ltte above 4000000 400 In Inscientific Inscientfc Inscientific
scientific scientfc instruments inetrment we w have hve increased increasedfrom icrease Increasedfrom
from 11000 10 in 1870 to t S5S0 5380000 in i 1002 1002In 102 102In 1002In
In ten years year our wire trade tre has been beenmultiplied beenmultple beenmultiplied
multiplied multple by six sixIn sixIn sixIn
In this manner maer it is i possible to go gothrough gothrough gothrough
through the entire entr list lit and ad show clearly clearlythree clearlythree clearlythree
three facts fact of striking strikig significance signfcce
general generl 1 Our export expr trade is special spcil and ad not notgeneral notgenerl notgeneral
2 We export only a little ltte more than 3 3per 3pr 3per
per pr cent cnt of our total manufactures maufactures
3 A large percentage peronte of our export exporttrade expor exporttrade
trade is the product prouct of the labor of a avery aver avery
very ver small smal number nuber of our people peopleThe pople popleThe peopleThe
The moral morl of all al this is obvious and andis andi andis
is i submitted submitt for the consideration cnsideraton of all allwhom al allwhom
whom it may my c6ncern c6ncernMr c cncern cncernMr ncr ncrIr
Mr Ir Gorman Hard lad Luck LuckThe LuckTe LuckThe
The Te Hon ARTHUR PUB PB GORMAN has haslost haslost haslosthis
lost losthis his hi luck He reappeared reappeare in the Senate Senateto
to collect clect the te disject members membr of the theDemocracy theDemocroy theDemocracy
Democracy Democroy unite uite them and ad formulate forult a asafe asafe asafe
safe At last and shrewd shrewdness shrewdness
policy polc lat sagacity sagacty shrwd shrwdnes ¬
ness nes were wer to prevail prvai in the Demo Democratic Democrato Democratio ¬
cratic crato party py Air 1r GORMAN was wa a a wise wisemanager wse wsemaager wisemanager
manager maager and on a admirable admirble opportunist opportunistHe opporunist opporunistHe
He was wa to do great grat things for his party partyIn pary paryIn partyIn
In common gratitude grattude the party pary might mightbe mightb mightbe
be b expected expect to t do great grat things for him himwhen himwhe himwhen
when whe the the time tie came cameIn cme cmeIn cameJn
In three thre months Mr 1r GORMAN looked lookedup looke lookedup
up to aa a the protagonist of success sueCB has hasfailed hasfaied hasfailed
faied failed lamentably lamentbl or ludicrously ludicrusly three threetimes threetimes
times He tried trie to steer the Democrats Democratsaway Domocrt Democratsaway
away from Cuban Cubn reciprocity rcprocty They Theythrow Theythrew Theythrow
throw out the pilot piot Ho tried tred to steer steerthem steel steerthem
them away from the Panama Paama Canal Canaltreaty Canaltreaty Canaltreaty
treaty They threw thrw out the te pilot pilotUnlucky piot piotUnlucky pilotUnlucky
Unlucky in his expeditions e pitons into na national natonal national ¬
tional tonal politics poltc Mr GORMAN still sti had hadconsolations hadeonsolatons hadconsolations
consolations eonsolatons in the Maryland Marland Democracy DemocracyThere DemocraoyTere DemocracyThere
There Tere at least leat he was wn master mnter The Mary Maryland Mar Maryland ¬
land Democracy has hl just shown show that he is isno isno Isno
no longer its it master matr Instead of the theshadowy theshadowy theshadowy
shadowy and sympathetic sympatheto person peron that thatho thathe thatho
ho wanted wante his Democratic Democrto colleague cleague in inthe inthe inthe
is ambitious ambitiousrather ambitiourather
the Senate a vigorous ambitou8 ambitou8rather
rather independent indepndent man ma a Rayner Ryer man manevery mn manevery
every evor time tme and ad elected electe in spite of the thoGorman theGorman theGorman
Gorman machine machineBut machineBut machineBut
But Mr lr GORMAN is a hard man to tokeep t tokeep
keep down downA
A Controversy Not for Americans AmericansIt AmericansI
It I is not surprising that the celebration celebrationof clebraon clebraonof
of the socalled socale AngloSaxon AgloSxon race rac at a arecent arecent arecent
recent dinner of the Pilgrim Pigim Society In InNew inNew inNew
New York has brought to us many pro protests protets protests ¬
tests tets on the one hand had and ad expressions expressionsof expresions expresionsof
of sympathy on the other otherWhether otherWhether otherWhether
Whether there is I or is not a distinct distinctAngloSaxon distict distictgloSxon distinctAngloSaxon
AngloSaxon gloSxon race from which early earlysettlers earlysetters earlysettlers
settlers setters in this country countr were descended descendedthere decended decendedthore descendedthere
there is no question quetion that the city of New NewYork NewYork NewYork
York is not AngloSaxon Its Is popula population ppula ppulaton population ¬
tion ton in chief part has ha race rac tradition traitol which whichare whic whichare
are wholly wholy distinct distnct from those cole celebrated colebrated colebrated ¬
brated at the Pilgrim Plgrm dinner dinnerOf dinnerOf dinnerOf
Of the 3437202 people pople in i New York In
1000 100 only about onefifth onefrth were whites white of ofnative ofnatve ofnative
native natve birth and parentage and on the theisland thoIland theisland
island Iland of Manhattan Manhatan only about one onesixth onesixh onesixth
sixth sixh Of the remainder remander the natives natvC of ofEngland ofnglad ofEngland
England nglad specifically specicaly and ad their American Americanborn Aerca Americanborn
born children chiden were ere not more than tha 6 per percent percent percent
cent Even add all al those of Scotch ScotchWelsh Scot ScotchWelsh < h hWelh
Welsh Welh and ad English Eglsh Canadian Caadian birth birh or orparentage orparentage orparentage
parentage and ad the total tota is i not 10 per percent percent percent
cent Moreover Morver of the 737477 white in inhabitants inhabitats inhabitants ¬
habitants habitats of native natve birth and parentage parentageit parentge parentgeit
it is I safe sfe to say sy that the majority maorty are of ofother ofoth ofoth
other oth r than tha English Eglsh stock stockOf stockO stockOf
Of O course cure Irishmen Irihmen are not disposed disposedto
to glorify the more or less mythical mythicalAngloSaxon mythicalAngloSaxon mythicalAngloSaxon
AngloSaxon race rac In 1000 100 there were werein werein werein
in New York 727464 of the Irish Irih born bor and andtheir andtheir andtheir
their native natve children to say sy nothing of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the great number of Irish lineage lneage among amongthe amongthe amongthe
the inhabitants inhabitats of native natve parentage parentageGermans parentageGermans parentageGermans
Germans do not boast boat of AngloSaxon AngloSaxontrad AngloSaon AngloSaontrad
trad itions itons but usually usualy deride them The Thonumber Thenuber Thenumber
number nuber of the Germans Germas and ad their native nativechildren natvo natvocWldren nativechildren
children in New York in 1900 190 was wa 700938 700938and 7903 790938and
and very r much of the distinctively distnctvely native nativeor natve natveor
or American population ppulaton was wa of German Germanblood Gran Granblood Germanblood
blood Italians Itlans and their native natve children childrenthen chidrn chidrnthen childrenthen
then made up 229347 22034 of the population populationand populaton populatonad
and ad of Jews there were many may more moreSince mOr moreSince
Since 1900 10 the to large additions by immi immigration immigraton immigration ¬
gration graton have been almost wholly wholy from fromraces fromraces fromraces
races not AngloSaxon AngloSaxonAccordingly AgloSxon AgloSxonAccrdingly AngloSaxonAccordingly
Accordingly Accrdingly it was wa inevitable ieviable that the thecelebration theelebraton thecelebration
celebration elebraton of the AngloSaxon AgloSaxon by the thePilgrim thePHgrim thePilgrim
Pilgrim Society would bring to us a astrong astrong astrong
strong counterblast eounterbllt from the representa representatives repreenta repreentatve representatives ¬
tives tve of races preponderant in New York Yorkwhich Yorkwhich Yorkwhich
which have an a inherent hostility hostity to toAngloSaxon toAgloSaxon toAngloSaxon
AngloSaxon AgloSaxon pretensions prtnsions To that thatdominant thatdominant thatdominant
dominant spirit we have allowed alowed ex expression expreion cxpression ¬
pression preion in il two letters lettr from correspon correspondents corespon corespondent correspondents ¬
dents dent and ad today we give place plac to a letter letteron leter leteron
on the other side We have received receivedmany receivedmay receivedmany
many may other letters letter on the subject from fromboth fromb from fromboth
both b th sides but practically practcy tho views view and andarguments andnguent am amarguments
nguent arguments presented preente are the same an anthose 09those asthose
those in the letters printed printedIt prnt
It I is not worth worh while whie to pursue purue the thediscussion thedicussion thediscussion
discussion dicussion The controversy cntrvery does dos not notjelong notbelong notbelong
belong fitly fty to this country coutr The spirit spiritmd spirt spirtad spiritand
md ad the te traditions tratons which we should cul culivote cultvate cultivate
ivote tvate and ad perpetuate pretuat here are ae American Americanmd America Americanand
md ad not imported ipre Race animosities animositiesrought almoeitea almoeiteabrought animositiesbrought
brought > over from frm the te other side are out outf outof outof
of > f place pin and only mischievous michlovous here hereNaturally hereNatu hereNaturally
Naturally Natu ly the special Rpecal celebration of ofho oftho oftho
tho ho AngloSaxon AgloSon at the Pilgrim Pigrm So Soilety Socety Society
dinner invited and resent resentsnout i inent
ilety cety der ivitd protest protet ad reet
snout in i a community cmuiy so overwhelmingly
of other race rac sympathies sympatbe and it was WQ onl onlfair only onlyfdlr onlyfair
fair that the opposingsentiment shoulthave should shouldhave shouldhave
have representation repreentat in THE SUN Bu Buthat But Butthat Butthat
that is enough It I is really realy a question questioiforeign queston questonforign questionforeign
foreign forign to us The people of New York Yorland Yorkand Yorkand
and the United States are ar neither neitbpr Anglo AngloSaxons Aglo AgloSxonA AngloSaxons
Saxons SxonA nor of any otherr race ce than tha thi thiAmerican tho thoAmerica thoAmericas
American America They come come of many many rac racstocks race racestocks racestocks <
stocks but they have built up or they ar arbuilding are arebuiding arebuilding
building buiding up a distinct diltnct and ad composite composltrace compo compositerace lte lterac
race rac of their own ow the American America Contro Controversles Cntro Cntroveries Controversies
versles veries bred bre by the tl rivalries rivalrie of contig contiguous contg contguous contiguous
uous European races race have no pertinence pertinonohero pertinencehere
here The only country cuntry we have lve to do dofend defend dofend
fend is America and the only race rac th thAmerican the themerican theAmerican
American whether the attack atack comes comefrom comesfrm comesfrom
from frm O AngloSaxon AgloSxon Teuton Celt Cl Latin LatinSlav ltn ltnSlav LatinSlav
Slav Jew or 01 any other otherHonor olherJonor otherhonor
Honor Jonor Among College olege Hoys HoysFew DOYI DOYIFew 11oysFew
Few people will wi question queston the justice justiceof justce justceof
of the punishment punihment severe sver as a it was waswhich wn WaSwhich
which has been bn meted met out to t the Prince Princeton Princ Princeton
ton students student who confessed their viola violation violaton violation
tion ton of the high standard stndard of honor which whiclobtains whichobtain whichobtains
obtains obtain at the College Colege of New Jersey Jery ii iithe In Inthe inthe
the matter mater of cribbing at examination exarainatioitimes exminaton exminatontme examinationtimes
times tme Honor is something that canno cannobe cnnot cnnotb cannot cannotbe
be b trifled trfed witfi wtI with and the the sooner a young youniman youngma youngman
man ma finds fds it out the better betterThe beUerThe betterThe
The Princeton Princton faculty seems 8ms to have havtrusted havetrst havetrusted <
trusted trst so fully fuly to the honor of the stu students students students ¬
dents as 1 to neglect ordinary orinary precautions precautionifor prcattona prcattonafor
for the protection protcton of its is examination examinationpapers exminaton exminatonpapr examinationpapers
papers papr These were wer printed printe at ata a printing printinghouse printng printnghouse printinghouse
house of the town tw where wher tout tout of various variousdescriptions varou varoudecriptons variousdescriptions
descriptions decriptons had possible pssible access acces to them themOf themor themOf
Of course couro under such circumstances circumstancesthe
the peddling pddlng of examination examinaton papers papr for foisale forsle forsale
sale sle among the students student is inevitable inevitableand Inevitble Inevitbleand inevitableand
and it is 11 not surprising that occasionally occasionallya occlionaly occlionalya
a a college cloge boy should yield to tho temp temptation temptton tomptation ¬
tation tton to break brak his individual pledge pledgeIn plege plegeIn
In this case the detection detecton of the of offenders offender offenders ¬
fenders fender and the infliction inficton of the penalty penaltywere pnalty pnaltywer penaltywere
were wer due to the fellow felow students engaged engagedcollectively engagedcolectvely engagedcollectively
collectively colectvely and systematically systematcly in main maintaining maintaining maintaming ¬
taining the honor of the college colege and andtheir andtheir andtheir
their own ow The incident is creditable creditableto
to Princeton PrincetonEDWARD Princton PrinctonEDWARD PrincetonEDWARD
EDWARD CHOKER has been ben a fireman frman for forfire forfre forfire
fire fre purposes purpoC if ifthereeverwaaone there ther ever was one and the theplace theplace theplace
place to which he Is now restored rtor by the de decision decision docision ¬
cision of the Appellate Appelate Division was wa origi originally orgi orginaly originally ¬
nally naly achieved ahieve by strict Itrct attention attenton to the thebusiness thebuines thebusiness
business buines of extinguishing extnguishing conflagrations conflagrationsand cnfagratons cnfagratonsand
and not by reason raon of his membership memberhip In tnany Inany Inany
any political pltcal organization organizton hall hal or family familyThe famiy famiyThe familyThe
The Dominion customs cutoms receipts riptl for the thefirst thefrt thefirst
first frt seven months of the present prlent fiscal fiscalyear fscal fscalyear fiscalyear
year are reported reprte as 23628504 2362854 For tho thocorresponding thocOlpondlng theCOrretoIoflding
corresponding cOlpondlng period perio of the preceding preing year yearthey yearthey yearthey
they were 20752856 2075286 The increase Incre is istherefore Isth istherefore
therefore th refore nearly 14 per cent cnt Recently Recentlypublished Recnty Recntypuhlshed Recentlypublished
published bank statements for the
puhlshed past pastyear P8t P8tyear pastyear
year and general glnetal gene al trade reports reprl all al point pointto pint pintto
to a flourishing fouriAhlng condition condiion of affairs afair across acrosstho acr85 acr85tho acrossthe
tho bonier bonierThe honlerThe bonierThe
The Canadian census nRUS for 1001 IDL is now In Inthe Inthe Inthe
the hands of the printer and Its Is appearance appearancewill appearancewi appearancewill
will wi enable our wideawake neighbors neigbbr to toeupply tosupply tosupply
supply some interesting intereUng fgur figures regarding regardingtho regaring regaringtho
tho details detais of Canadas growth during the thelast tholat thelast
last lat ten years yur Advance figures fgue from the thecensus thecensu thecensus
census censu show slow a very ry substantial Aubstanta development developmentin
in the department of manufactures mnufacture but the thenotable thenotable thenotable
notable increase Incra8e lies le in agricultural and anddairy anddairy anddairy
dairy product prouct Of her advance avance in the theproduction theproducton theproduction
production producton of cereals orals tho American people peoplenre peopleare
are already alrad fully ruly aware but many mny are arelikely ar arelikely
likely lkely to experience a n slight slght shock of Bur surprise Burprlse suepriso ¬
prise on learning learing that Canada Canaija exports exprs more morethan morethan snorethan
than 25000000 2500 worth worh of butter bu er and In cheese cheesewhile cheEl cheesewhile
while wbie our exports exprts of the same articles arlct are areless aroless areless
less than 8000000 600 Nor were wer we Canadas Canadaslargest Canadaslagcst Canadaslargest
largest lagcst customers culomer for her output output We take takeonly takeonly takeonlyabout0000worth
only onlyabout0000worth about 50000 50 worth worh The Thobulk bulk of it Itgoes Itgoesto goes goesto goesto
to England Her meat packing business businessshows busines businesshows businessshows
shows on a Increase Increae from 5264000 526 O In 1891 1891to J891to 1891to
to 1222J8O 22218000 in 1001 1001In IDl IDlIn 1901In
In mechanical mehacal industries Industrie the number 1umber of ofestablishments oftablshmenle ofestablishments
establishments tablshmenle In operation operaton has hl decreased decreasedbut der8e decreasedlUt
but the volume and value of output have haveincreased havincreae haveincreased
increased increae by more mre than 25 per cent The Thedesirability Thedolrablty Thedesirability
desirability dolrablty for us u even more than for forthom forthomof them themof themof
of some sort of commercial cmmerial partnership partnershipwith partnershipwltb
with our Canadian neighbors neighbor is becoming becomingmore bemng bemngmore becomingmore
more emphatic emphatc and Canadas price prco for such suchan Buchan suchan
an arrangement arangement Is increasing Incrasing from frm year yearto yearto yearto
to year
A Ple Plea for Humanity Ilaman1y to Ileati IleatiTo 11 IIeatqTo
To THB EDITOR or TUB rlB SUN SUNSir sir The letter letterla leler lelerIn
In your our paper this morning mornllr calling calnr attention Utnton to tothe 10Ibe tothe
the cruelty crety of drivers drver to their horses hOles during dllrng the thepast thepast thepast
past Indorsement IndorsementI severe weather meet mte5 with wlb my sympathetic sympatheticIndorsement sympathcto sympathctoInllonement stnipaihetioIndorsernent
I hare seen horses hOTes beaten Into carrying loads loadsfar loadfar loadsfar
far beyond their strength strenrtl under almost Impossible Impossibleconditions Impos imposstblecondtttons tble tblecndtlons
conditions cndtlons condtttons and have stood alod aghast arbaat at sights slChs that thatwould thatwuuld thatwuuld
wuuld be Impossible Implble It I there were any fear of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the law and prosecution IlrMeculon The average spectator spectatorseems spectalorseems spectatorseems
seems to be either ether Indifferent Indlerent or too seltlsh sellsb to take takethe takeIhe takethe
the trouble truble to Interfere and I have often oftn remarked remarkedthat remarkedthat remkedthat
that nothing Is ever seen of the officers of the So Society S Soclety ¬
cey ciety for tho Prevention Preventon of Cruelty Cruely tn Animals AnimalsI
I have hae seen It stated that the S P C A Is I seriously seriouslyhandicapped serously serously1l0lcappe serIouslyhandicapped
handicapped 1l0lcappe by a lack lck of funds but the suffering sufferingot sllerlnr sllerlnrof
of horses has ha been so s conspicuous coplcuous and shocking shockingthis aboekln aboeklnthis bocklnrth
this th winter wnter that special apecal efforts efort ought to t have been beenmade beenmade beenmade
made to prevent prvcnt It Horses loues are not only abused abusedby abuse abusedby
by being bene beaten but Judging from frm their enact emaciated emoc enactaleS ¬
aleS appearance great eret numbers number of them must rMt be besick bealk besick
sick alk and ad underfed undored and In many cases as they are arewounded ae aewounded arewounded
wounded and lame lameI
I am surprised surprse that one sees aee so 0 little Ite tenderness tendernessfor trndernefor
for anima In Christian Cbrstan communities cmmunlte If I Instead Insteadof
of being belnr Allowed alowed to tease nod torment them all allchildren al allchIldren
children rhldren especially especialy those tho In public pUblc schools schols hools were weretaught weretaurht weretaught
taught from frm Infancy to protect prlect dumb animals and andcare andcar andcare
care car for them I believe btlee there ther would be less 15 cruelty crueltyof cruely cruelyof
of this Ihl sort srt In the world There Is l certainly great greatneed rrealneed greatneed
need of education edu alon In this direction directon As A for the late lateMr lateMr lateMr
Mr Henry lie lerlh ilergh rich I think he was wo one of the noblest noblestmen noblestmen noblestnets
men that ever lived A P 1 T TNRW TNlw TNItw
NRW Nlw You YonK Feb 3 3Policemen 310lcflen 3Policemen
10lcflen Policemen on the Elevated Railroad RailroadTo Rairoad RairoadTo
To THE EDITOR tDlOR or 01 THR TOi SUN SUNtr Sir Your Implied Impliedcriticism Impled ImpledcrlcLm impliedcriticism
crlcLm criticism of the action aclon of the Police Iolce Department DepartmentIn lep8rment lep8rmentIn
In placing placn men on the stations stalon of the elevated rail railway rai railway ¬
way during durnr the commission commlsdon hours hOUT Is I unjust Unlt and andIllogical and10rlcal andillogical
Illogical 10rlcal It 1 Is 1 the duty of the th police polce to protect protectthe prolectthe protectthe
the public publc and the public publc supports the Department Departmentwith leparment leparmentwlh Departmentwith
that end In view It make k differencewhether
with wlh leI I m no difference IITerelre IITerelrewhether dltTerr9eewhether
whether the protection prOltclon Is I extended on the publics publicsown Ilbles Ilblesown publicsown
own property such ucl as o the streets eterts and parks on onsemlpubllo onsemlpublo onsrmtpublio
semlpubllo semlpublo property such as railway raiway stations stalon or oron oron oron
on private prtate property propety sucli sl b as a theatres h hall hails Ih and the thelike thelke thelike
like likeThe lke
The public pUblc needs the aid of platform pisifor men at ele elevated eleated dcsated ¬
sated railway raiway slalonH station It the road will wI not supply supplythem supplythem upplytbem
them the public Ilublc shoUld < and Ind the Police Iolce Department DepartmentIs Deparment Deparmentb
Is the proper branch of the city ciy government rovermeDt through throughwhich tbrurh tbrurhwhich throughwhich
which to do It NINTH NtNTI AVENUE ATKNUBNBW AUNUNlw AVENUENaw
NBW Nlw YonK Feb eb ebTo H HTo 4To
To THE EDITOR EDlOR or TUB Son SUNIr Sir Does the Man Manhattan Manhalan ManItalIan ¬
ItalIan halan Elevated Eevated Railway Raiway Company pay the city ciy for forcops fOrcopsl forcops
cops copsl If I not why not notForty notl notlIorty notForty
Forty cops at lt > 6 a day 1 13X21i0 209 2093KiX20D 20035X2OO
3KiX20D 3X21i0 = siOOOayear S73000 a a Year A RXADBII RXADBIINrw RIADI RasnuNFw
Nrw YORK Feb 1 1New few 4eW
New ew York Pippins Against the World WorldFrom WorldProm orld orldFrom
From the fronton Lndon Dally Dolt Mall MallThe Mol MaPThe
The new apple crop crp In Australasia Is excellent excellentths excelent excelentliis excellentthis
this liis season During three months beginning In tnthe InIhe Inthe
the middle of February Irbrnr large cargoes carroes will w1 be shipped shippedto
to Mrltlsh Irltlsh ports portsAn portsIn portsAn
An unusually unusualy large quantity quantty of the famous yellow yellowskinned yelow yelowskinned yellowskinned
skinned New York pippins the finest apples applesgrown applecrown appleigrown
grown will w1 arrive arrve The total shipments for the theReason thele theacason
Reason le on will wi range between bewen JSOOOO O and 900000 00 0000 cases casesTasmanias caes caesTDmanla casesTasmania
TDmanla Tasmania contribution contrbuton alone will wil exceed 200000 200000coses 200000cases
cases cosesA coea casesA
A special specal shipment sipment of giant richly rchly colored eolord ap apples aI applea ¬
plea pit Is to be made from Melbourne for which hleb fancy fancyprices fane faneprice fancyprices
prices are expected tpfted
A Wish WishOh WishOh lh lhlh
lh Oh what wha on a easy esy Ufe twould b bHow l hi hiHow
How beautiful bautul the mode modeCould modeCould
moo mooCould
Could we to rl bellywhackloc blybakllr up upThe upThio
The 111 Irr tralg tra1gbI b > andnarrowroad ad1ar
JiAROff SMIN TOLL TOLLAll TOILAl TOLLAll
All Al hope hop baa been bn abandoned abandone that tbatDarn tbatDarnEdwar BarotEdward Baron BaronEdward
Edward Edwar Toll Tol the famous famou Russian Arctic Arcticexplorer Arto Artoexplorr Arcticexplorer
explorer explorr Is still stl living A brief bref deepatoli deepatolifrom depatob depatobfrom dctepatohfrom
from Yakutsk on tho Lena Lna River Rive Siberia Siberiasays Sibera Siberasay Siberiasays
says that the search searh expedition under com command command cornmmmd ¬
say epiton
mand of Llout Koltschak Kolshak finally fnly succeeded succeededin ucceedodIn
in reaching raching Bennett nnett Island to the north norh ol olthe otthe ofthe
the New Siberia Islands where wh < r the ex explorer explorr explorer ¬
plorer plorr was wa supposed suppoe to bo It I was wa found foundthat foundthat foundthat
that Baron Bron Toll Tol hadreached hnrobe had maclied the Island Iland but butthat butthat butthat
that on Nov 8 1002 19 he turned tume southward southwardagain 8ut soutwardagain war
again agan to regain rgain his winter eamponKotelnol eamponKotelnolInland camp on Kotelnol KotelnolIoland KotelnolInland
Inland where he had left lef his h ship There Therecan Ter Therecan
can be no doubt that he was wa lost lot In the theArctio theeto theArctic
Arctic eto Ocean between b tween Bennett Island Isand and andKotelnol andIotelnol andKotelnol
Kotelnol of the New Siberia Sibria group groupIn grup grupIn groupIn
In the summer lummr of 1001 111 Baron Barn Toll Tol failed failedIn falell falellIn failedin
In lib effort etpr to reach rach Bennett Dnnett Island on hit hitvessel hl8veeel hisvessel
vessel veeel the tlo Zarla Zria He started Btare again on May
23 1002 19 with wih sledges slege on which he carried carrieda caried carieda
a boat bat from his winter quarters on Kotel Kotelnol Iotelnoi Kotelnoi ¬
nol noi His assistants asistants were wer the tht astronomei astronomeiSeeberg huttronomerSeeberg tronomr tronomrSeblg
Seeberg Seblg and two Yakutsk Yakut k natives natvC H Htravelled lt He Hetravelled
travelled trvele northeast northeat over the eon ice and andas an andas
as a now appears appear reached reacld Bennett Island Islandabout Islandabout Islandabout
about ISO 15 miles mie away His purpose purpe was Wi to tcmake tomake tomake
make a thorough thorugh study ofthe Island and ol olthe orthe ofthe
the animal anlmllfo life in the surrounding surunding waters watersWhen water watersWhen
When he failed faie to return relief relef parties ptte made niadtseveral mae maeseveral madeseveral
several attempts atempls to reach rach the Island IslandBennett Ilnd IlndBnnett IslandBennett
Bennett Bnnett Island is the largest larget of the three threeislands thr threeIslands
islands Islans discovered dIscovere during duing the retreat rtra of the theDe theDe theDo
De Long expedition expeiton after arer the sinking ol oltheir ortheir oftheir
their ship Iblp the Jeanette The Te men at the thesledge theslege thesledge
sledge slege ropes were wearily weariy plodding ploding south southward Bouthwar southward ¬
rJt that thatenveloped thatenvelope thatenveloped
ward over the sea ice when the mist
war
enveloped envelope them suddenly lifted lte and they theysaw theysaw theysaw
saw towering only a short diitanco fromthem from rromthem fromthem
them almost almOt perpendicular prendicular masses DC ol olblock orblack ofblack
black basaltic b8allo rook rk stained staine with patches patchesof
of red lichens Icbens and rising 3tX0 30 feet Into the theair theall theair
air all r The Te sight was Wi glorious gloriou wrote Mel Melville Melvie Melvilla ¬
villa vie It infused Lnfued new life lfe and vigor into intous IntoU8 intous
us We seized 8elzId the boats and sleds slee and andrushed andrhe andruehed
rushed rhe them upon the tongue of the Ice Icefoot Icefoot Icefoot
foot Tills lls rested rte on the beach beah and now nowmany nowmany nowmany
many of our comrades cOlraei set foot rot on terra terraflrma terrafrra terrafirma
firma frra for the first frt time tme in two years yearsIt year yearsIt
It was WI Tolls Tols desire deir to remain rmain on the theisland theIslad theisland
island Islad for a number numbr of months month and perhaps perhapsa
a year to study the meteorological condi conditions conditon conditions ¬
tions ton and to make a thorough exploration explorationof eploraton eploratonor
of the surroundings The De Long Lng refugees refugeeswere rrugoe rrugoe1er refugeeswere
were 1er too to desirous dCirOUB of reaching raling the mainland mainlandto minlandto
to make a long halt hal at Bennett Wand Ielad They Theywere Theywere Theywere
were there a few days while wble their boats boatswere batH batHwere boatswere
were being repaired repaire and improved Improve the thetime thetme thetime
time tme by exploring the coasts C08ts with dog dogsledges dogelege dogsledges
sledges elege and a cutter cuter which wllch cruised crise around aroundhalf aroundhalf aroundhalf
half of the coast OOlt On these thEe journeys Joumey they theydiscovered theydl8cOer theydiscovered
discovered dl8cOer a a seam of bituminous bituminou cool of ofgood otgood ofgood
good quality qualy varying from six Inches Incle to totwo totwo totwo
two feet In thickness thlcknCs and extending for a amile amie amile
mile mie or more But they left the island islandas
as soon as nf possible pOslble and It was WI not again againvisited againviite againvisited
visited viite till tl Baron Darn Toll Tol arrived arrive there thereAmong theroAmong thereAmong
Among the tle packages pakage which the Illfated IllfatedJeanette Ifate illfatedJeanette
Jeanette party pary took tok to the Lena Lnn delta deltawasa deltawasatin was wa a atin atn
tin tn box filled fle with wih rocks rcks mosses moC and other otherthings othorthings otherthingk
things from Bennett Island IslandBaron Iland IlandBron IslandBaron
Baron Bron Toll Tol was W8 a man of large achieve achievement ahlovo ahlovoment achievemont ¬
ment whose l0e work has ha been ben recognized recognizedamong rognz recognizedamong
among the scientific seienUfc men melor menof of all aUnlor alinations nations no nohad nohad 110had
had travelled travele and studied studie more exten extensively extensively extensively ¬
sively in the coastal castal regions of north Asia Asiathan Aia Aiathan Asiathan
than any other scientific scentfc man of Russia Russiaand RUla RUlaand RussIaand
and his geological researches rearhes and his In Investigations InCtgatOn investigations ¬
vestigations CtgatOn of wide stretches strtche of tundra tundraattracted tundraatrcle tundraattracted
attracted much attention attentionThe attentionThe
atrcle attenton attentonThe
The Broadened Chief Chie Magistracy MagistracyTo Uarlstao UarlstaoTo
To TIIK TIP Eniton FDTon OF TUB 118 Bus SusSir Sir In his hisspeech hi hisspeech
speech Ipelch nt the Union League Club last night nightSir nightMr nightMr
Mr Root said 8ld Xever forget forlet that the men menwho menwbo menwho
who labor cast CISt the votes They set up and andpull andpul andpull
pull pul down Governments Ooverments He le then declared declaredthat declare declaredthat
that thlt President Roosevelt ROOovelt by fair and honest honesttreatment honttratment honesttreatment
treatment tratment acquired acquire a broad and helpful helpfulpower helpfulpower helpfulpower
and thus thusprotect thusprotect thusprotect
power to control laboring In orlnl men
protect capital capitalAre co capitalAre pita I IAre
Are we to understand that the broad and andhelpful Rndhelprul undhelpful
helpful power thus acquired acquire Is vested veste per personally personnll persommily ¬
sonally sonnll in Mr Roosevelt Rooeevel to be invoked Invoke only onlyso
so 10 long as he may continue contnuo to exercise exrcise tbe tbefunctions tbefuncions thefunctions
functions funcions of Chief Magistrate or does doelt It mean meanthat menthnt meanthat
that he has developed and broadened broadene the thescope the8cope thescope
scope of the Presidential Presl ntal office officePower ofce ofcePower oftlcePower
Power acquired means melns power p01lr conferred conferredor
or wrested wrestedand rt tedand and It would be Interesting tnterestn to toknow toknow toknow
whence Mr Roosevelt Roosevelthas
know tho source Rooleelt Rooleelthas
has drawn to himself himsel or his office ofce this tre tremendous tre tremendous treusendous ¬
mendous Influence InfluenceWhy Innltnce InnltnceWhy InattenceWhy
Why did Mr Root preface hi hIs statement statementconcerning Itntementconcering statementconcerning
concerning concering this new nw accession of power by a adeclaration adecllmton adeolaratloit
declaration decllmton regarding rplardl t the potency of tho tholabor thelabor tholabor
labor vote Was It through throulh accident or ordesign ordesign ordesign
design Is Ii It I an explanation explannton a warning or a athreat athreat athreat
threat Is It possible that there Is confusion confusionIn
In some minds as to the distinction distncion between betweenCongress betweenCOlgress betweenCongreas
Congress COlgress and a Coal Col Strike StrikeNEW StrikeNEW StrikeNaw
NEW YORK Yon Feb 4 ALFRRD lJRRD ORD ORDA OR ORA
A Method of Treating Teatn a Servant ServantTo
To TUB EDITOR EDTOR or THB Tl Th Sun RUNtr sir I have been beenmuch bee beenmuch n nmuch
much Interested Intcreted In your our sensible editorial edioral on the thedomestic tbedomesto thedomestic
domestic domesto service problem Perhaps you would wouldlike wouldlke wouldlike
like lke to hear one satisfactory stlfactor solution sluton of the prob problem problem problen ¬
lem I have no untried untred or unproved unprved theories theore5 to toadvance toadnce toadvance
advance but a concrete cncrete Instance In51anc to report reportI rpr
I was born and brought bruch up In the country countr but buthave butbae buthave
have lived In New York for the te past eight years yearsIt yeauI yearsIt
It I has ba been my opinion that most of the troubles troubleswith touble troubleswith
with domestic dometo servants In the city ciy have been caused causedby cused cusedby causedby
by the way In which the servants seranls are commonly commonlytreated cmmony cmmonytrate commonlytreated
treated trate It I has ha always seemed to me that tbt the good goodoldfashioned ro goodoldtasbloned
oldfashioned oldfahlont country countr method of considering conslderne the theservant theserant theservant
servant serant as a a member of the family famiy Is I the way wa to get getsatisfactory re resi gotsatlsfactorl
satisfactory si fator service serviceLast serviceLt servicelAst
Last Lt autumn I was determined detrmined to put my Ideas IdeasInto IdeasInto
Into practice practce I was In tbe country with wth my wife wifeand wifeand WIfeand
and baby bab on vacation and before returning returnnr to t tbe tbecity tbecity thecity
city advertised adlertbed In the local paper for or a competent competentAmerican cmpetent cmpetentAmerIcan competentAmerican
American girl Irl to do all al our general renerl housework this thiswinter tbl5winter thiswinter
winter The girl we engaged has given us entire entiresatisfaction entre entrestsacton entiresatisfaction
stsacton satisfaction She takes her meals with wlb us S going goingto
to the kitchen klcben as may be required rlulred for serving lernc the thedifferent thedlternt thedifferent
different dlternt courses My wife treats traU her as a a com companion companlon cornpanlon ¬
panlon and helps In the household work as much muchas
as her strength and time tme permit perml In the evening eveningthe evnnr evnnrsbe evenIngshe
to by herself but Joins Joinsus
the Is l not relegated rlerated a I room
us In reading writing wrllnr or amusements We Ve do not notheMtato nOIhe nothesitate
hesitate he la at a all al to Introduce her to our olr friends who whomay wboray whomay
may ray call rnl It I any of them should slould not relish the theIdea IheIdea theidea
Idea they the would not need to come again aran but none noneof noneof noneof
of our acquaintances a has h acted that tlat way wayOf wayOf wayof
Of course courst this plan would not work wor with people peoplewho peoplewho peoplewho
who have a large lare house and want several aeverailervant servants servantsor
or with lb poor people who ape lpe the ways of the rich richI rch rchI
working small salary and andhave andban andhave
I am a young younr man on ma salar
have only OD If a sixroom six rom apartment I am not able ableto ableto
to pay fay more mor than 13 l a week but our housekeeper Is Isentirely 15entrly isentirety
entirely entrly satlsfled stsDed because becale she Is happy and con contented contented contented ¬
tented and enjoys the opportunity opprtuniy of seeing the theInteresting IheInterest theinteresting
Interesting Interest things In New rew York In short hor we have havedemonstrated havedtmonstrated havedemonstrated
demonstrated dtmonstrated that the way ay to do Is to add to the tbeweekly tboweekl theweekly
weekly weekl wage a good eod measure of the tie milk mik of human humankindness humanIdndneM humanklndnea
kindness It I I Ii not so much mucl a question queston of hours hoursor
or wages on It I Is t of being treated as A far as possible possibleon posible posibleon posstblon
on a plane nt equality cqualty There here Is I a satisfaction sllfacton also alsoIn ols olsIn alsoIn <
In the thought that we are at the tie same sme time tmc doing doingsome dolnrlome doingsome
some lome good lod by b helping a young woman to learn learnvarious learnurous learnvarious
various urous things thlliS thit will wi be useful useul to her In the fu future fnture futOre ¬
ture DNa or YOUR HEADERS HEADERSNxw ilgaucasNaw EADERI EADERINEW
NEW YORK Feb fehodtn S SModern SModerra
Modern odtn Vie 1e for Sir John Moore Pistol PhtolFrom PistolFrom listolFrom
From Oil II London LOldon Express EiyrisiA EzprtA
A street teel hawker Iawker named Langram was ordered orderedeighteen orderedelrheen orderedeighteen
eighteen elrheen months Imprisonment at Norwich yes yesterday yesterday yesterday ¬
terday for shooting sbootnr his hI daughter durbtcr In the arm The Tbeweapon Theweapn Theweapon
weapon weapn he used was wa an old converted convered duelling duelnr pis pistol phtol ph phtol ¬
tol ascribed IMcrbed Sir John Moore More 1802 18 which there thereIs
Is I every eer reason rean to believe beleve belonged to the famous famousSir famou famousSir
Sir John Moore More whose whoe death and burial at Corunna CorunnaIn Cornna CornnaIn
In IMA IM are commemorated In a wellknown welknown poem poemWed poemWed poemWed
Wed In Dine Da at t J JFrom n nron 32Fron
From ron the London Italia IlalU Sloth JallA Jol
A bride brde who was a married msrred at St Peters Church ChurchNorblton Churb Churborblton ChurchNorbiton
Norblton on Thursday Tursda had reached the age of 72 72yean 72rr 73years
yean rr Her ler husband Is only onlyTe oniy32 oniy32The M MThe
The Te lady was wa dressed In a bright blue gown and andwore andwore andwore
wore a white wble toque loue trimmed Irmmed with wih a white whie plume plumeAlter plumeAfer plumeAfter
Alter Afer the ceremony etmany she he tripped trpped from the church churchmd churcbInd chuTchand
md seemed quite qUle pleased to see so s many specta spectators speotaIOU apeotatoys ¬
IOU The bridegroom brdecroomloaked looked less Ieu selfpossessed selfpossessedArc ael posstd posstdAre
Are Children Cbldrn Born to the tle Service SerrlccTTo SenleeTo
To ins TBI KDITOB tDITOI or Tn T Tus Sow 11r SwosIr Mr A personal personalapplication personlapplcston personalapplIcation
application applcston for a position psIton to the recently rcenty appointed appointedpresident appointedpresident
president presdent of a leading lealnr railroad rairo brought brurh back bak the thereply Ihereply thereply
all vacancies by promotion promotionHow promotionHow
reply We Wer ire filling IUlnc al prmton prmtonHo
How Ho can such a thing be done done Kindly shed se Tm TmUrn T TSVN
Urn ray on the question
S ryon questen questenBOJFeb
Eoo15rsFcb VZSPOLD4UUnIL
4 BOJFeb VIO
TflE r MILITARY rEniriiny lrAr sITUATION SIr trIONl Ii IiMAXCUURIA IN INMAIC1IUIi1t
tM MAXCUURIA MAXCUURIATo JU CHunU CHunUTo I
To THE HE EDITOR or olTB Too Syx 8 SVNSrt Sir In Jnvlew view viewof viewot I Iof
of the possible lble outbreak outbrelk of hostilities bCtltesbtween bCtltesbtweenRusin hostlIitIeabctween hostlIitIeabctweenRussIa between betweenRuiala
RussIa Rusin p and d Japan Japa the tbemWtarypsltol military position In InManchuria inManchuria I IManchuia
Manchuria Manchuia become becmos a matter mater of Interest InterestOf lntorCt lntorCtOf
Of the number numor of Russian troops trolnowalont troopanow now1 along alongand alongand I Iand
and south of r the Manohurlan railway ralwny no noaccurate noaccurate I Iacurate
accurate acurate estimate estmat can C be l formed Tbay I boy ar arvariously are arevariously I IvarlouT
varlouT variously estimated e at anything between I
230000 2590 and s d 330000 33Omen tmatod men of all 01 arms Their Theirdistribution TheirdlBtrlbtitlon I Idlstrlbuton
distribution dlstrlbuton Is equally equaly uncertain unorttln as that to I Igrat a agreat itgreat
great grat extent exent depends on whether Russia Russiastand RussInItnrd Russiastands
stand Itnrd on on the defensive or assumes a ums the ag acgroRstve agfrc8slve aggrusslve
groRstve For or the moment the location locaton of olthe oftbe oftito
the frc8slve troops troopswl will be anticipatory antolpatry and with role relation rlia rliaton roletlon ¬
tion to the movements of the Japanese Jap4nfe Thee TheiIn The e eIn 0In
ton I Ito
In Ihn Ihl first frst Instance InAtlnce may Iny be directed solely solelyto o1clyto
to an In occupation occuplton of Corenn territory or to totin tonn toan
tin nggreMlve lve move on the Mnnchurlan coast coastwith COlol COlolwith coastwIlli
with nllr iuvl6r lvlew to reaching rllhlnI the Jlmlclmrlan Inlcllrian mil milwily rul rollw1I5
wily or to t both combined combinedIn
In it I general gtncrul way the Russians may be Raid Raidto saidto toldto
to have hnvetwo two lines lne to hold llld thatof thntor the Yulu nnd nndTuimm nndfumnnrlvlrl andrunmtt
Tuimm fumnnrlvlrl rivers from the mouth of the former formeron
on the southwest luthwcst to 1oMlet lo llt Buy ny on tho north northeast northait ttorthcoot ¬
east ait near nir the point of discharge dlscbfAe of the latter lutteiInto Inttlr InttlrInto latterInto
Into the Sea S a of Japan Japn The other Is the tlo line lineof lne lneof lineof
of the t e railway rai WiY from the SlberlauMunchurlan SlberlauMunchurlanfrontier Slbfrlm1Ianehurlnn Slbfrlm1Ianehurlnnfronter
frontier fronter to Vladivostok Ylulostok This Inner line linehas lne lnehas huehas
has Harbin Inr ln for Its It I centre which would be benfter benter beafter
after nter hostilities botlte had commenced the base bns of olsupplies ofsupples ofsuippilee
supplies supples for the troops on the coast cast and south southof southof
of the thoraUar railway as s It Is th8 great arent mllllnit mllllnitcentre mlhlI millingcentre
centre of the wheat belt of Manchuria ManchuriaThe Manhurlnhe1Ints ManchuriaThe
The he1Ints points on which the first irst line In that ol olthe atthe ofthe
the YaluTuman rests re ts are already nl eady occupied occupiedIn occupldInlesser
In Inlesser lesser or greater Ireoter force Report lePrl for some sometime 80metie sousetime
time tie past psthnvo have Indicated that troops have havebeen Ilwo Ilwoben havebeen
been ben sent Int toward tho Yalu and Poculet POllet Bay Baywith By Bywih BaywIth
with wih Itsbatteries 111bntterlel Its batteries dating from from several soveralyears soveralyearsbaok years yearsback yearsback
back Is fully tuty garrisoned glrlsoned and has hn a I special speciallocal speciallocal peclallocal
local torpedo mine corps CrJ This fhl point pint It of ofthe oCthe ofthe
the greater renter Importance Imprtance since the construc construction constructon construetton ¬
tion ton of the Manchurlan Railway Hnlwa us It Is about aboutthe aboutthe aboutthe
the nearest point on the coast from which whichan whichIn
an In expedition expediton could culd be sent to Interrupt the theline theIJie theline
line IJie between Harbin larbin and Vladivostok It Itwould I Itwould
would also cover the left lef flunk lnk and rear of ofa ora ofa
a force forc acting actnl In advance advuncl of the Tumau TumauUnless Tumal Turnanthiloss
Unless thilel the Jupanexe Jnpnnosl succeed jucoeed in landing landinga
a large force on the littoral ltoral between Port PortArthur Portrthur PortArthur
Arthur and the Yalu where It would probably probablybe prbably prbablybe
be attempted ntempte If not somewhere on the Gulfof Gulf OulCof Gulfof
of Llaotung to get a footing rotnl at once on the therail theraiway therailway
rail raiway railway way between Port Iort Arthur andNewohwang andNewohwangthe and Newchwang Newchwangthe
the army rmr on on the line of the railway rnlwIY would act actmainly nctmainly actmaInly
mainly as a asupprtng supporting and roenforclng renforcing body bodyto bod bodto
to the advanced line lne In the event however howeverof
advlnce
of an attempt attrtpt on the part of the Japanese to toadvance toadvahce toadvnhce
advance In force Assuming ossllmlnl that the Russian Russianfleet Rnsllan Rnsllanneet RussIanfleet
fleet had hd been badly defeated or neutralized neutralizedthe neutralze
the main body bod of the Russian army would nt ntonce ntonce atonce
once be thrown thrwn across arss the Japanese line of ofadvance orndvace ofailvauice
advance with a view to bringing rlnllng on a de decisive dl decistve ¬
cisive cllve action acton In which whch even In case of defeat defeatthe deCeatthe defeatthe
the Russians RU lans would have the advantage advantnle tac tactically tal tactloahly ¬
tically tonly tonlyShould tloahlyShould ticallyShould
Should however the Japanese Japanele elect to tomake tomake tosnake
make their main attack ntack on the side sl e of New Newchwang Newchwnnl Newchwnng
chwang chwnnl and Ind succeed succee In pushing pushlnl the Russians Russiansback Russian Russiansback
back to t Mukden and beyond the whole Rus Russian Rus81an Rueelan ¬
sian position psiton would become bcome critical critcal as the thelino thelie theline
line lie of otlt Its communications cmmunicatons from Siberia with withthe wih wihthe withthe
the east of Manchuria and the southeastern southeasternlittoral southeaster southeasternlittoral
littoral lttral and Vladivostok Vladivostk would woud be h danger dangerously danler danlerously dangerously ¬
ously menaced menace if I not cut and the army In InManchuria InMnnchurla InManchuria
Manchuria isolated Ilnt Vladivostok VladIvostk Itself ltel and andthe andthe andthe
the country back of It would be In no Imme Immediate Immedite immediate ¬
diate dite danger as 1 the forces force In the Usaurl Usaurlmilitary USlurl USlurlmUtar Usaurimilitary
military mUtar district dltrict have hlve their arsenal arennl at Khaba Khabarovsk Khabarovsk Khabarovsk ¬
rovsk on which to draw for supplies aupplls of food foodand foodand foodand
and ammunition ammuniton But before blrore any military militaryoperations mitr militaryoperations
operations operatons can bo undertaken undertken by the Japan Japanese ¬
ese on the mainland beyond the zone 1one In Corea Coreaupon Coreaupn Cocoaupon
upon upn which the Russian RU8ian Government Is II said saidto saidto saIdto
to Insist It II essential elental that the Russian Ruela fleet fleetbo let letbe fleetbe
be first frst got Iot out of the way wayThat wayThat wayThat
That Ii II not so easy as It t would woud have hae been beenfour ben benfour beenfour
four or five fve months ago 18 F FNBW FNEW FNaw
NEW YORK YOIE Feb eb 5 5Good 5Good 5Good
Good Fortune Forune All Al Around AroundTo AroundTo AroundTo
To THB THI EDITOR OF Tint 1RI SUN SUNSir Sir I am amquoting amQuotna sunquoting
quoting Quotna now from Tan TRi SUN of Feb Ieb 1 1Lucky 1Lucky 1Lucky
Lucky Is I the President who loses an Ellhu Elhu Root Rootonly Rootonly Rootonly
only td t gain ran a William 1mlm Howard Howar Taftl Taftland Tafl Tafland Ta Taand
and fortunate the country with wih an anExeoutve anExeoutveor Executive Executiveof
of the ability nblt to gain such 80cha a man as a one of his hischief hischief hischief
chief advisers ST CATHITUNM CATHITUNMST CAR RNE8 RNE8ST
ST CATnAmxEs CAT AhNES Ont Feb 3 3The 3The 3rlue
The AngloSaxon Anllooaon Celebrated CelebratedTo
To o THE EDITOR EDIT01 OF THE SUN SUNSir Sir Vox MVOXMIs8a VoxMlssa VoxMlsia
Mlssa knows history hstor so well that It Is a pity pitythat pitythlt pitythat
that thlt he does not know kow It better bettr Perhaps Perhapsthe Perhlps Perhlpsthe
the AngloSaxon AngloSaon Idea doth protest too to much muchbut muchbut muchbut
but no Intelligent Intelgent person pron accepts accpta the term termIn termIn termin
In its ie purely literal l ral sense It I stands for forsomething for80methlng forsomething
something far broader than the outline outne drawn drawnby dawn dawnby drawnby
by Vox Mlssas 1Is8 contracted cntracted vision He Heforgets le leforg Heforgets
forgets forg ts In his hi sneer at the dogllke doglke servility servilityof srvlty srvltyor
of the race rao under Norman orman rule rue that the Magna MagnaCharta MAII MeganCharta
Chart Charta wag wa wrested wrelted from King Klnl John Joh by byAngloSaxons byAnlloSaxon byAngloBaxons
AngloSaxons AnlloSaxon who ho from thenceforth have haveled haveled
led 10 the world in human liberty Ibrt and progress progressAmerican projress projressAmerican progressAmerIcan
American history histor did not start strt In 1776 1776AngloSaxon 178 178AngloSxon 1776AngloSaxon
AngloSaxon AngloSxon language Ilntualo and Ideals Idells soon soonswamped loon loonswampe soonswamped
swamped Norman dominance and
swampe Noran repre representative reprelentatlve representativo ¬
sentative government Iovernment then was cradled cradledThe cradledThe cradledTim
The same lame Ideas triumphed trlumpho In the West wrest wresting west westInl wrestlog ¬
log Inl a continent from savagery svaler When an analien annlen analien
alien nlen King Klnl sought to curtail curtai American Americn liberty libertythis lberty lbertythis libertythIs
this spirit spiri rearing rearlnl victorious founded a new nownation newnaton newnatIon
nation naton And the true AngloSaxons AnlloSaons nglo Saxons across acrossthe acrossthe acrossthe
the sea cheered the theColonletson Colonists Colonilts on High Illhomcers Illhomcersretred Illghomcors Illghomcorsretired officers officersretired
retired retred rather than fight tght their brothers here hereIn hereIn hereIn
In Parliament Parlament their representative representatve shut shutoff shutof smutoff
off of supplies supples from their foreign forell King Xlnl and re rejoiced reJoice rejoiced ¬
joiced Joice when their brothers brother over ovr sea had hadtriumphed badtriumphe hadtriumphed
triumphed triumphe The same sme people peple poured poure out outblood outblod outblood
blood blod and treasure willingly wUlnlly to save lve Europe Europefrom Europefrom
from Napoleons Nap100na despotln depoto militarism militarismIn mitarism mitarismIn
In that little mother country with
ltte popu population DDU DDUlaton oopulation ¬
lation laton scarce bigger bhller than her largest larlost city
has his today the Colonial Clonial lessons 1010ns bore bre good goodfruit goodfruit ood oodfruit
fruit The popular voice asserted assert Itself Itselfmore ttel Itselfmore
more strongly and her sturdy sons son English EnglishIrish Ealsh EalshIrish EnglishIrish
Irish Scotch and Welsh built buit up II an Immense Immensecolonial ImmensecolonlRI immensecolonial
colonial empire In which AngloSaxon AnlloSaxon Ideas Ideasare Ideasare ideasare
are paramount Those little Ite Islands lellnds achieved achieveda aohlevd aohlevda
a power and Ind prestige prest Ie that jealous Joloua Europe Europecan
can nn neither overthrow nor emulate And AndIn AndIn Andin
In this vast lst colonial empire won and held by
BritUI Brltri enterprise American commerce cmmerce Is l now nowreaping nowreaDlnl nowreaning
reaping reaDlnl stupendous tupndoul benefit bneft Thus this country cuntry
has Interests which rest entirely on British Britishachievement Britishachievement
achievement nchlcVment and tljunnro thls thus lre are their policies Drltsh DrltshnchlcVment Iden ¬
Jldls
tical tical The British nrltlhEplr IhrltlshEmpire Empire say It ls Its enemies enlmlll has ho
been hrn on the vergo verto of ruin for fifty Oty vears yet
it Is going 10inI strong etronl AngloSaxon AnlloHxon faults tlult are aremany aremany aremans
many but their virtues virtue have stood the test teitabove testabve testabove
above abve all al others othersHere otheA otheAHere oth5rsflees
Here In the thl West Welt the same sm Idea Anglo AngloItlonfl
faJon Sai onforwantofat ror want or 1 fuler fuller nmel namehasflouris5e4 namehasflouris5e4uuneor has
under IW new condltonA conditions Itlonfl The old Americanism AmerlcnlAm lourlshed lourlshedunder
has rung true tril It has hiA assimilated every rac racand race raceand
aS81mlate
and creed crle hut hit in Its essentials essentall It remains ever rlCI un unchanged unchanlM unchanged ¬
changed chanlM The AniloSaxon AnloSaxon language lanluage lIters ¬
liera
ture laws and ideas have triumphed The Therobust Therobust Therobust
robust Influence Infuonce which the Norman invasion invasionmastered Inv81on Inv81onmastlrod invasionmastered
mastered mastlrod by force of arms was never con conquered lnnUorel conquTereti ¬
quered nUorel and Ind today exists elsl this same slme spirit IPlrl
Thousands Tho1sRnrlA who are proud to belong bflont to the
brotherhood are not AngloSaxons AnloSxon In the thestrictest theItrlotest theatrlotest
strictest Itrlotest sense lne some lome of the finest exponent exponentsof exponentof
of the Idea can cln make rnke no such claim cltlm expnent and andmany andmany andunnfly
many literal ltrl AngloSaxona Antl08aonl are beyond bond the thepole thepile thepale
pole pile Change the anion nmo if you YOI willIts spirit
it Is that Pilgrims Plllrima Lobs TotOq Club WI11 and many manyothers manyotherl manyothers
others otherl pledee ple lo UiptriRPlves thprhel to sustain sustainSUMMIT 818tnlu 818tnluRUMMT utuistaiuiSVMMIT
SUMMIT RUMMT X J Fpb 2 O 1 C MuaaiiAVE MuaaiiAVESelMUdc 11sol MUsoatvESolfMade I ISelfade
SelMUdc Men In England EnglandFrom Enrlanl EnglandFroa
From the An W f Jamtii J mu aiuettt aiuetttWe OIZttt OIZtttWe GazetteWe
We bear hea so 0 much of American captains of In Industry Industr Industry ¬
dustry dustr of John D Boekefeller nockeeler the farm far area laborers laborersson laborr5 laborr5son
son of Edison the newspaper boy of Yerkes Yerle the tbeyouthful theyouthfl theyouthful
youthful youthfl soap Jobber Jobbe that we are apt to forget forgetBritish forcetBrts forgetflrllish
British Brts giants rlat of perseverance Livingston LvlnCllon worked workedu
u 8 a factory factor hand Iand until unt 29 5 the man who sought soughtand Bourlt Bourltand soughtand
and found Mm hm In the wilds wtds was born bor In a work workhouse workhou workhouse ¬
house hou e The great firm of W II I Smith ft Sons Ron was wasbegun wa wasbegun
begun bCun by two to brothers brtleno so poor por that the wife of one onehad onehad onehad
had to go Into domestic domrle service srce The house houe of ofTangye ofTanre ofTangye
Tangye Tanre begin In a I little Inle workshop whose wbO rent rnt was wasbut WMbut wasbut
but 4s f a week w lq that of Lever Brothers Irt1eu bad a scarcely scarcelymore Icarely Icarelymor scarcelymore
more mor pretentious pretenlous start at Bolton Bolon A con cole coCee > stall stallon stal stalon stallon
on a London curb was the fount and origin orlin of otPearce ofPear ofPearce
Pearce Pear Plenty 700 70 once formed fored the total capital capitalof capita
of the universal Whiteley Dosss 14 s Brewery Drewer was wasfounded wo Wa Wafounded
founded br b n carrier carrer the ElderDempster Line Lne of ofsteamers ofsteamer ofsteimer
steamers by a ships apprentice apprtnlee now Sir Sr Alfred AlfredJones Alrd AlrdJone AlfredJones
Jones Jone The Inventor of Bessemer B4Memer steel was 1 once oncea
a poor por almost starvingboy strvlnrby In London Lndon the poorer poorerfor prer prerfor poorerfor
for having hvlnr devoted devote his ht labor labr to an a Invention IlvenUoa of ofwhose ofwhose ofwhose
whose profits prnu the Government Overment robbed rbbe him So Soon S Soone
one on might rlebt go on throughout tlrourhout the whole wole range of ofour ofour ofour
our Industries Indllres It I la 1 the te sergeant eereanl and ad the plain plainconstable plaincnstable plainconstable
constable cnstable of llfea lfe Itfe attain a1a who wo have bav made mde this tbl nation nationIndustrially nalon nalonIdutraUy nationIndustrIally
Industrially IdutraUy gnat rr and carried caned Us flat lar and fame fameto tme fameto
to the ends of the earth earth11041M4 earb earth17041U04
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DIETttlCll DIERO lNYESTIGtTI lNVESTIG1rISenate JiVESTlGTlO JiVESTlGTlOSenate
Senate Sente Judiciary Judlclary Commit Commltte CommIttee tee emu Clls for All AllPaper8 AltPapers I
Papers Pprs In the Senators Sntorl Can CasrWASUluaTON CanWAINGTONFeb CaseVASImINOT0N
WASUluaTON WAINGTONFeb Feb 5 5The Tho special tpecal sub subcommittee ciiicommittee uh uhcmmite ¬
committee cmmite of the Senate Committee Commite on th thJudiciary thJudiciary tito titoJudiciary
Judiciary this morning began Its investiga investigation iUel ¬
tion tou Into tho charges char es against Senator S nator Diet Dietrich Dp Dprch Dfttrich
rich rch in connection cnneton with the HastlngHKri HastlngHKripost Hastings Nel I Ipt tpoet
post pt office ofc matter mUer for which an indictmiiii indictmiiiiwas Indlctrlll Indlctrlllwa Intijetmet Intijetmetwas
was wa found foun by the Grand Jury I hits lie cnt cntafterward cn cnatera eaafterward
afterward atera being dismissed dlsml8e on the tle around aroundthat Iruld Iruldthat groundthat
that Dietrich Detrich was not a n member ot Hi HiSenate IhSendohe ii iiSenatehe
Senate Sendohe Senatehe he had ha been ben elected elete hut had not nottakeil nllltakCt nuttakoni
takeil takCt the oath at the tlmo tmo the transaction transactionoccurred tralatol transactiotioccurred
occurred occurredThe occurredThe
occur
The Investigation Invlstgaton was wal made mldo at the de demand ct domand ¬
mand of Senator Dietrich He oppeunvl oppeunvlbefore appalI1 appalI1bofon appeuuriibefore
before bofon tho committee cntnitf this thli morning momlnl aiU aiUprewntcd aripripnld ariipresented
presented pripnld papers connected connet with wih the ci ciand etand t
and 1111 the committee apr then mapped mappe out II IIcOlrae tit titCourse w wcourse
course cOlrae of its is investigation investigationThe InvcAUgaton InvcAUgatonThe
The clerk of the court In Nebraska Nebraka heron heronwhich beronhloh befonwhich >
which hloh tho ca cao case O was cour tried will wl be called cale upon uponfor IpOI uupouufor
for copies cpies of tho Indictment the record recordin rol11 rol11In reconilii
in the cave cUte and all al proceedings preing in con connection COI eonnectiout ¬
nection nectoll with ant it i AttornuyGeneral AtoreyGeneral Kiuu Kiuuwill 111 Kiuuuwill
will wi be requeued rUete to obtain from frm Unllwi UnllwiStates Unl UnlState UniIoStates <
States State District Iltrict Attorney Atorney Summers Summer In Ne Nebraska XI Nibrasku ¬
braska the the names naml and residences rRlden < of llix llixwitnesses I tiiiwitnesses
witnesses wltnlse he proposes to call and a state statement stntttintent ¬
intent of what each witness is expected to totestify totestily
testify together with the District Attorneyopening Attorney Attorney4opening
opening in the case and any further facts factsor factsor
or sources of testimony
The PostmasterGeneral will be asked askedto
to furnish all facts and documents in posses possession possesuoion ¬
sion of the Department In relation to tin tincase thuicase
case Including all entries made to him or orcommunications orcommunications
communications made by his Department Departmentto
to the AttorneyGeneral AttorneyGeneralThe
The committee will await the arrival arrlvnof arrivalof
of the documents referred to before pro proceeding proceeding ¬
ceeding further with the Investigation InvestigationHEARST InvestigationJIEIIZST
HEARST TRUST BUSTER Xflj NO 3 3It 2It
It Makes It the Duty of V ft District Attor Attorney ¬
ney to Enforce AntiTrust Laws LvtWASHINGTON LawsVAsuzNomN
WASHINGTON Feb 5 Representative 5RepresentativeHearst RepresentativeHearst
Hearst Dam N Yv Y today introduced A Abill abill
bill to empower United States Attorney Attorneywithout Attorneyswithout
without direction of the Attorney General Generalto
to enforce the Sherman antitrust act actThe actThe
The bill provides providesThe
The several circuit courts of the United UnitedStates UnitedStates
States are hereby vested with the jurisdiction jurisdictionto
to prevent and restrain violations of this thisact tiil tiilact
act and It shall be the duty of the steveni steveniDistrict severuul severuulDistrict
District Attorneys of the United States in intheir uuutheir
their respective districts to Institute proceed proceedings proceedlags ¬
lags In equity t to > > prevent and restrain audi niihviolations audiviolations
violations Such proceedings may be by byway l lway ¬
way of petition setting forth the cause niul niulilblted auiilpraying
praying that such violations shall be pro prohuibited
ilblted huibitedWhuen ilbltedWhen
When the parties complained of shall have havebeen haspbeenu
been duly notified of such petition the court courtshall courtshall
shall proceed as soon as may be to the lieurini lieuriniand iuearInand
and determination oftho of the case and jpendlnc jpendlncsuch pond Inc Incsuch
such a petition before Ilnnl decree the court courtmay counttoe
may toe at any time make ouch temporary re restraining restraining ¬
straining order or prohibition as shall he hedretned h hdeemed
deemed just in the premises but nothing in inthis inthis
this act or In the acts of which It Is amend amendatory amendatory ¬
atory shall bo so construed as to applv applvto appluto
to trade unions or other organization of oflabor oflabor
labor organized to deal with hours of labor laborwage laborwages
wage or other conditions under which labor laborIs laborIs
Is to be performed performedREPUBLICAN performedREPVIJL7C4N
REPUBLICAN EDITORS RESOLVK RESOLVKThat IWSOLEThat
That Roosevelt Ii the Only CandIdate CandIdateThat r rThat
That Can tiring Sure Success SuccessWASHINGTON SuccessWASHINOT0N
WASHINGTON Feb 5 5At At todays joint jointsession jointsession
session of the Republican National Editorial EditorialAssociation EditorialAssociation
Association and the Republican State Edito Editorial Eiiitorial ¬
rial Association of Now York a resolution resolutionwas
was passed strongly indorsing Prod Proxldent Proddent
dent Roosevelt for the Presidential nomi nomination nonination ¬
nation The resolution was introduced introducedby
by Mr Francis of the Troy Times It de declares deelates ¬
elates that the splendid progressive and andpatriotic andpatrlotio
patriotic Administration of President PresidentRoosevelt PresidetutRoosevelt
Roosevelt justifies the general demand demandfor denmamuifor
for his nomination and that Wo are areconvinced areconvinced
convinced that no other candidate could couldbring couldbrlumg
bring to the ticket so great strength and andsure andsure
sure success successA
A resolution offered by T P Peters of ofthe otthe
the Brooklyn Times expressing the sym sympathy aympathy ¬
pathy of the association for Senator Hanna Hannain Hannain
in his serious illness was also adopted adoptedTills adoptedThis
Tills afternoon the members of the theassociation theassociation
association visited the White House wliero wlierothey ncluerethey
they were presented to the President by bySenator bySenator
Senator Platt of New York YorkQUESTIONS YorkqjUESTIOS
QUESTIONS ADDRESSED TO TAFT TAFTUnless rAPTUnless
Unless Answered In the Negative Sa Sai Saithe > i ithe
the Writer You Should Hcslsn HcslsnWASHINGTON fleslgnVASHINGT0N
WASHINGTON Feb 5 5The The first letter letterreceived letterreceived
received by Secretary of War Tuft after aftertaking altertaking
taking the oath of office was the following followlntTo
To the Hew Secretary Secrekirs of War WarStn WarSmnTlme
Stn SmnTlme The enclosed questions are nddre addreii addreiito il ilto
to your conscience ns a public oillccr I Ilose M Mloss
loss you ran answer them in th the < > mentivi mentiviyou nicutivyou
you should Immediately resign From FromA
A COMMON on UARDKN IIAWTBP IIAWTBPEnclosed lAwrecEnclosedwas
Enclosed Enclosedwas was a patent meHicineailverti meHicineailvertiment medizineatIvertkmeat
meat clipped from a newspaper Beneath Beneatha
a picture of an insomnia patient weiw the thefollowing tim timfollowing
following questions questionsHow
How l is your digestion Is your dtoiivf1 dtoiivf1wenk stoles stolesweak
weak Does It subject you to InconviMili InconviMilinnd IneonvenutuIdand
and distress by day and disturb your r i i inight 5 5night > <
night Does Indigestion acquaint von vonthe 5CI 5CIthe
the horrors of Insomnia InsomniaTho InsomniaThe
The letter was written on official uflr uflrDepartment Vor VorDepartment
Department paper and the hqndwritlns hqndwritlnswas hnndwrmiilu7 hnndwrmiilu7was
was that of former Secretary of War iir Root RootCOMMERCIA RootCOMIERCIA
COMMERCIA L LtTY LtTYValapuk LATIXVolapuk
Valapuk and Esperanto Already Dead DeadLanguages paiiLanguagesWohtICrfUl
Languages LanguagesWohtICrfUl Wonderful Discovery DiscoveryFrom DiscoverProm
From < the he Covrrier den Klal Inio InioThe jntaThe
The necessity for a unIversal IfmitnaRc In Innow liRe liRenow
now passed beyond the resins of discussion discussionWith discustitilWith
With the railroads the high speed steamer1 steamer1the steanurthe
the telegraph and the telephone brincinc brincinchuman hringinhuman
human beings closer together every day It I Ioutrageous Iotutrageous
outrageous that speech should still continue cortlnm1to
to separate them Let us therefore unify unifyall unifyall
all language languageBut languageBut
But what language will the trnt of man jnsnklnd mankindspeak
klnd kindspeak peak A living lan ianguuign uii e It not to b bconsldered bconsidered
considered the national pride of too mnv mnvnations fljflidnations
nations would have to be encountered Arti Artificial trtlfucial ¬
ficial languages have noprospect of suirecet suirecetthey mrce mrcethey
they are too arbitrary Under th the plea plfprogress of ofprogress ° >
progress Esperanto which suporscilfil Tola Tolaptlk toliiputt
putt U already opposed by th Ventral NitrRiLanguage VentralLanguage
Language and by the Common TonuiiDr Tonuii ioflcuieDr
Dr Colombo asserts that only a dfad hn hnguagn Iangangs
gangs has any chance of success Mid that thatLntln thELatin
Latin Is the most available To lieizin with I Iis It Itis
is not a language that Is to bo b Hindis Hindisalready it Ii Iialready
already constituted It Is taught in nil conn conneminently C011fltries
tries Ten million persons can speak It tuil tuilbeing
than otiier it iS iSeminently
being more synthetic any
eminently the language of the tflfRraih tflfRraihBut telecraihBut
But It is said that Latin U n clllltcult lan language Ianguage ¬
guage Yes Ifliterary It literary lAtin Is imant unrt unrtthat fl1 fl1that
that Is why the periodicals printed I iii that tlintlanguage thatlanguage
language In Lolpzlc In Berlin anti In noni nonila Roniimave
imave their subscribers only among tim lcartUd lcartUdno
no if commercial Latin Is naeant Ihu latter latteris
la us simple as anything can be ThcMllorx ThcMllorxthe Time sailors sailorsthe
the soldier and the merchants of Homo tun 511 iht ihtIt hi hilt ¬
lt without difficulty to the barhnrliuis setuo setuodwelt li lidwelt
dwelt alone theSeln the theThomesthe Thames th ° Rhine RhinetbeNlle lthlnithNile
tbeNlle and the Euphrates KnphratesDr
Dr Colombo declares that ho has redis rediscovered redlecovered ¬
covered this commercial Latin In the ruins ol olPompeii of ofPompeii
Pompeii It linn no deponent vi virbs > rb tin1 tin1paslire tii tiipassive
passive is formed In all cases by means ofth ofthauxllinry of tim timauxiliary ° >
auxiliary mim sum It employs time shortest shortestwords hort1twofds
words its grammar Is reduced to a mm minimum minimumants mum mumand
and It ban no amphlbologlM ibis kind of ofLatin ofLatin
Latin la clearness Itself and van be mustered musteredIn
In a few leeeons by a schoolboy schoolboylanuuase schoolboyIf
If It should be adopted as tke iunIvprai iunIvprailanguage
language the weary years wastes over It ny nyso n nso
so many mediocre students In the higher rclii rcliicntlonal cdiieationnl
cntlonal Institutions will Immediately becomn becomntime betdonhtime
time usefully employed employedUnder employedUnder
Under the auspices of theUmrulfltloUmon theUmrulfltloUmonof time
of the COto dAzur Dr Colombo In further furtherance filrthirance ¬
ance of this now Important movement rm rmalready hRalready
already published a Manual of Commercliil CommercliilLutln CommerciuuiLatin
Latin
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Herein we see the early origin of the custom cuitotnThe customTime
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