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THURSDAY i I FEBRUARY 18 1904 1904lEBtertd 1904tirtd 1904i
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I A Time Tme for Fasting Fastingf Faltng FaltngleInten FastIng4jt
4jt J f leInten ito Lenten fast which began bgan yester yesterdky yesterd yesterday
day d y Ash Ah Wednesday comes to the theChristian theClta theW
W g Christian Clta ci world word at a time tie when sore soretrlals soretrbet soreLii
Lii trlals trbet beset a I great geat part pr of It I either as aapresent asprent aspr066nt
present prent evils evls or possibilities possibilitiesI possibites possibitesRUia
I I Russia RUia is saddened sddene and ad exasperated exasperatedbf exprat
I bf bie byearly early rly misfortunes miforue in the portentous portentouswar prntou
I war wa It la I waging wsginl with wih Japan Jap the now nowforemost now nowforot nowforomost I
foremost forot and ad expectantly expctanty dominant dominantPower domint domintI dominantr
I r Power Prof of the Orient Orint The solemn Brook Brooklyn Brk Brkly Brooklyn ¬
lyn ly prophet popht who forecast forecat in yesterdays yesterdaysB0N ytrays ytraysI
BUN SU the extension exn lon of that conflict cnfict so aosoon son soir4
ir4 I i soon o n as next month by the complication complicationin
l f in ltt it of other States took only a fair fairriak fairt fairrlsk
t riak rik In the way of prediction preicton When Whena Wen WenI WhenEI
EI I a single lge great geat European State Stte gets gts In Involved I InLcIv ¬
r LcIv volved Tolve in I a war which whch touches the grave graveEastern gave gaveM graveI
M I fEter Eastern question queston with all al its it relations relationsltd relton reltlona1t
I ltd 1t 1t the balance blanc of power and the cora coramercial cm cmJ I
J 14 I mercial mercll rivalries rivalrie of the Western Wester world worldit I
t 11frQuire it requires no special assumption asupton of the theigift thef theiI
iI I igift ift of prophetic popheto insight Inight to t foresee foree the thejposgibllity theplbUty thec1
c1 f I jposgibllity gr plbUty posibIlity of the extension of the theturmoil thetuoU theturmoil
turmoil tuoU The Te most mot superficial suprfcial observer observerniay oberer obereri observert
it and the his judgment is isworth isworth
t i niay may see se legs les hi judget i
Dy worth worh the readier he may be b and the themore ther thenore
r I more confident confidentThis cnfdent cnfdentTi confidenti
i for This Ti doubt doub is I now reflected refecte in the thohesitation thehltton thet
t hesitation hltton which marks mrk the financial financialmarkets fcial fcialf financialmarkets
f markets of Europe Euope and this country countryThey coutry coutryd countryic
ic d They ey are waiting waiig for the outcome In InRussia InRuia InRussia I
Russia Ruia itself itelf misgivings milgivig seem to be b e min mingled mi miszi ¬
zi j gl alec with wih patriotic ptriotc determination deterinaton to re retrieve re reI ¬
I 5 i I trieve t lev initial Inital reverses rever and ad Lent Lnt enters entr in inthere i inI
k there ther as a a veritable vertble penitential pnitnti season seaona seasonas seasonasi as asa
l i a period of sorrow soro and ad lamentation lmentton In InFrance Ini Inand
i i France Fac po and Germany Germy the interruption itrpton of ofthe ofI
I I i i J tepaae tbeparade the parade of gay ly worldliness ordlies by the long longLenten long5ti
1 5ti 1 Lenten Ltn fast fat comes cme appropriately appropriatey at a atime arj ai1
i1 rj time when the most mot serious seriou possibilities possibilitiesengage pibite pibiteeDgaKe possibilitiesengage
engage the thoughts thought of all al reflecting reflectingmen rfecig rfecigf
In besides the Eastern Easternwar Easternwar
f I men England Englad bsie Etr
1 1 war there comes come In i the probability probabity of a agreat aII agreat
II great gat dometo domestic political pltc revolution revolutin as asa a aI as4I
I 4I a consequence acnquenc of oUhe the Chamberlain Cmbrai attack attackon atok atokW
W II I on a long established etblihe economic ecnomi system systemjyjd systm systmd systemiN
iN jyjd d the seriousness sriolne of the Lenten Lntn season seasonrepresents seasonrepresents on onirW
irW t represents pr nt the tone tne of public publo sentiment sentimenti sentet sentetI
r I J aL i the moment momentIn momentf
I 1 f a In I this ths country CWt the calamity cty of the theBaltimore thealiore theBaltimore
Baltimore aliore conflagration cfto has ha been bn a asobering ai aI
I i Bberlng sobering influence Infuenc The Te death det of MARK MARKHANNA MRK MRKi MArnf
t < f 1 HANNA HNAmay HANLmayhave may have hve profound prfoud consequences consequencesfor cquece
i for the Republican Rpublc party pry of o which he hewas heI how I
I was w a e so forceful torcfu and conservative consrtve a figure figureThe fg figuret
t t 1 1 I The e outcome of the conflict CDfct in i the theDemocratic thel
Democratic party between tho forces forC of ofradicalism ofrqiaim ofe I
l = Dmoatc pry
e radicalism rqiaim and ad conservatism cnseratim may be de determined deterlne deterrnlned ¬
termined terlne before this ths season seaon of religious religiouspenitence relgou relgoupnience religiouspenitence
penitence pnience is i over or at least leat it is i possi possible pBI possii ¬
i A ble that the relative relatve strength strengh of the op opposing opii opposing ¬
ii posing Jslg elements will wi wilibe be more clearly clealy ex exJdbited ext oxblbited
t Jdbited hblt and ad that out of the present preet con conafusion confusLon
afusion there will come some basis bai for an anintelligent anintelligent
fuio wi a
1 jintelgt intelligent judgment judgmentMeantime judget judgett judgmentt
t t Meantime Metme there will wi be a halt hlt to I the theprocession thep
p procession procion of fashion fahon Lents Lnts coming comig is isnotungrateful isn isii
1 notungrateful n t Ungrateful gateful to the pleasure pleaure seekers seekersFinancial seker seekersFisascial
iFiacai Financial misfortune had tended already alreadyto alrey alreyt
I to t curb cb luxurious luxrou expenditure exnditure and ad to todampen tod todampen
d dampen p the spirits spirt of the purveyors pureyor of ofsocial ofI ofsociAl
social s otl gayeties gayetes The Te world of fashion fashionhad fahion fahionhd fashionhad
I had hd been be pursuing puruig its it rollicking rolckg course coursesomewhat cur coursei
i i I I somewhat sOlewhat perfunctorily puctorly It cannot cot re regreVthat reg reet
I greVthat et tthat that the period pro of social socal extrava extravagance extravagac extravagaco ¬
gance g gac is i brought to on a end 8d by the com compulsion compulo cornpulsion ¬
pulsion pulo of at least leat nominal nomma fashionable fashionableobservance fahoable fahoableb fashionableQbserVance
observance b of the penitential
ace pnitnta season seasonIt seson sesonIt seasonIt
It can cn take tke breath till ti Easter Etr arrives arrivesand arve arrivesand
and ad eT even T sn n if its It denizens do not think thinkover thik thikt thinkI
t I over ver their teir sins sis and ad the need nee of amend amendment aend aendmt tunondmeat ¬
meat do little desirable desirableeven desirablet
mt they can cn a lte deable deablejt
jt t even e n necessary necsy retrenchment retrenohent in i the theway thel thoway
l way of social socia expenditure expenditureTho exditue exdituei
i I The T present preint rituation ltuaton throughout throughoutChristendom troughout troughoutmae throughoutChristendom
Christendom make the rest and ad the thereflection thef thedflectlon
I reflection reco of ofInt Lent pe p mliarly mlady appropriate appropriateto approprat
f to the mood moo it has h induced inducedjVlll induc inducI inducedwl1l
jVlll France Observe Oble Neutrality Neutralityt tr lt ltt
t I t According ccorlg ccordthg to t a telegram tlegra from frm St StPetersburg StPbrg StPetersburg
Petersburg Pbrg the Russian Rui squadron squadn under underAdmiral uder underAdmiral
f Admiral da WIBENIUS WIUB which some time timeago tie tief timeago 1
f ago a left Suez 8ue and which whch was wa supposed supposedid ppe
id t be now no in i the Indian Ocean Ocethe OcethecOlitig Oceanthe the thewroadron
t wroadron consisting cOlitig of the battleship battleshipOeUabya battehp battehpOaby battleshipOslfabya
OeUabya Oaby the cruisers cser Aurora Aurra and ad Dmi Dmitri Dmit Dm1q ¬
q tri t j Ponskoi onsko1 and ad a number of torpedo tro boat boatdestroyers bot botderoyerha boatI
I destroyers deroyerha destroyershas has been instructed instrcte to re remain rem romain ¬
main m until uUfurher further orders order at the French Frenchport Fench Fenchnrof FrenchI
I port nrof of Djibouti Djibut in Somaliland Somalad It I is im impVobablo ImPqbble imfrobshle
pVobablo frobshle that this thi squadron the co cooperation cooperation ¬
Pqbble squaron 0 0J
operation opraton of which would be of such euchobvious suchbvou suchobvious
obvious bvou importance Imporace to t the Russian Ruian fleet fleetat fleetat eet eetta
J ta at Port P or Arthur Arhur will wi bo kept at at Djibouti DjiboutiUntil Djibut Djiboutiuntil
Until utl the close coe of the war But how con conJFtonce c caniFrance
JFtonce ace without a flagrant fagrant breach brech of ofneutrality ofneutrlty ofneutrality
neutrality neutrlty permit prmt it to be supplied supple with withsufficient withII withi
i sufficient sfciet cool coa to take tke it to Port Por Arthur ArthurTbe Arur ArurTe Arthuri
i II The Te question queton is pertinent prient because beoale no nobody no nobody
t f body b y will wi pretend that Port Por Arthur Athur is isthe i isr
r 4 the te Russian Ria harbor nearest nearet to t Djibouti Djiboutiv Djibout
4 v Interatonal International law is clear coar upon the thepoint thepot
> t point pot that a belligerent belgerent vessel vesel which whch has hassought ha hassought
J sought s ght refugef in a neutral harbor can canonly ca canon17
only nr be supplied suppled with coal enough to take takeit te teitto takeitto
it itto to the nearest nearet port pr of the country coutr to towhich towhch towhich
which whch it belongs belong The Te rule rle cannot canot be beevaded beevde beF1
F1 evaded evde by placing placig on board oard the squad squadron squa squadw ¬
w ron rD now nowat at Djibouti OJlbout a quantity quatty of coal that thatw that1ld
i w nild 1ld enable it to reach reh a French port in infurther infuher inurther
further fuher India where its stock could be bereplenished berenihe berOplenished
replenished renihe After Atr leaving leavg Djibouti Djibout tho thosquadron thosdron thesquadron
squadron sdron could not without violation violationof violaton violatonof
of International interatonal law be furnished furishe with withan withailaddlUonl withanadditiona1
ailaddlUonl anadditiona1 an additional ounce ounc of coal in any ay French Frenchharbor Fenoh Fenohhrbor FrenchhArbor
harbor hrbor until unt after it has ha first frt returned returnedto retured returedto
S to a Russian port portIt portI portIt
It I follows folows that l Irlly frtIiy < < illy the Russian Russiansquadron RU8ian RU8ianquaron Bussiansquadronmustdoonotthreethinga
squadron squadronmustdoonotthreethinga quaron must mu do on1 > of throe thro things thing It Itmust I Itlutist
must mUt remain remin at Djibouti Djibout until ut the end of ofhe ofthe ofthe
the he war or it must return retur to the Baltic Balticor Batc Batcof
or It must be supplied suppled with coal from fromcolliers tromcoler from4u
4u colliers coler in African Arican waters water outside outide the thelimits thelits theS
S limits lits of French jurisdiction jursdicton The last lastnamed lat latname lasti
i named name course cour would require rquir so much muchtime muchtme muchI
I time tme that tt the squadron uaro could cud not expect expectto
I to to t4reach reach the theYelow tholcilow Yellow Sea in i time tme to exp render renderS
4 S
any ay material service seric to the th Port Por Arthur Arthurfleet Ahur Ahurfct Arthurfleet
fleet fct and ad it would itself itl almost almot certainly certainlybe certaily certailybe
be destroyed destroye or captured by a superior superiorJapanese suprior supriorJapanese superiorJapanese
Japanese force forceIt forceI forceIt
It I ia i therefore a matter mater of vital mo moment moment moment ¬
ment to t Russia that without wihout much muol muc delay delaythe delaythe delaythe
the squadron squadrn under Admiral WlRENlua WlRENluashould WIENIUS WIENIUSshould WflENIuRshould
should be b furnished furihed with sufficient sufkient coal coalat cal calat coalat
at Djibouti Djibout to reach raoh rea h Port Arthur Arhlr or if ifthat ifthat ifthat
that ahould be impracticable Imptactcable to reach a aFrench aJrench aFrench
French Jrench port in further India where its itsstock is istoc Itsstock
stock toc could be replenished That ia to tosay tosay tosay
say the St Petersburg Peterburg Government Goverment Has Hasthe naBthe hitsthe
the strongest motive motve for urging France Franceto race raceto
to commit commt onebreach one brenh if I not two breaches breachesof breaoes breaoesof
of international Iteratonllaw law We probably may maytake ma matae maytake
take tae for granted grated that the Combes Combet Min Ministry Minitr Misletry ¬
istry itr has h received reoive an urgent request to tothe tothe tothe
the effect efect that the eastward eatward movement movementof
of the squadron squaron now at Djibouti Djibout may in inall inal inall
all al possible posible ways be furthered furhered by the theFrench tle tleFech theFrench
French Fech officials oMcl at that port portIf por portIf
If I that tht request requet should be refused there thereis
is no doubt that all al sections of the Op Opposition Oppositon Opposition
position positon will wl combine In a vehement effort effortto elort elortto
to overthrow the te Combos Cmba Government GovernmentIt GovernmentI
It I will 11 be pointed pointe out that treaties tretes have havebut havebut havebut
but little lte force forc unless they are ar backed backedby backe backedby
by public publo opinion and ad that tt if the te Hus Hussion Ru Rtission ¬
sion people peple should huld be alienated alenated by a re refusal r rofusal ¬
fusal to t help them at a critical crical conjunc conjuncture crunc conjuncture ¬
ture tur in what might be described decribe as a a atrifling atrfna atrifling
trifling trfna matter mttr France Frac in her hour of ofneed ofne ofneed
need ne might migh find fd that but little lte reliance reliancecould relanc reUancecould
could culd be b placed plac on the Czars promise promiseto prmise prmiseto
to aid her should she be assailed asle by the thoTriple theTriple theTriple
Triple Alliance AllianceNo Alac AllianceNo
No doubt the Socialists Socaist would de denounce denounce deziounce ¬
nounce any ay breach brea h of neutrality neutrity and it itis iti itis
is i probable that some other fractions fractons of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the composite cmpoit Ministerial Miisteria party prty would wouldtake wouldtke wouldtake
take tke a similar simiar stand std but many may of the thoPremiers thePremiers
Premiers Pmier present adherents adheent might de desert dosort ¬
sort ser him should the pressure presure of pro proRussian proRusi proRussian
Russian Rusi feeling ih Paris Pars become intensi intensified intenli intenlifed intenelfled ¬
fled fed It is I evident from a recent Inter Interview itr itrview Interview ¬
view with M HANOTAUX HANOTAU that In his hisopinion hi hisopinion
opinion opiion France Face cannot caot and ad should not notwithhold nt ntwithold notwithhold
withhold withold assistance 8sltc fromaher from her Russian Russianally RusIan RusIanaly Russianally
ally aly in i the existing existig crisis and ad that tht he helooks helook helooks
looks look forward forard to displacing diplacig M DEL DELCASSti DEL DELcss
CABB CASSti and ad resuming rumig his old post at the thehead thehea thehead
head hea of the Foreign Foreig Office OfficeFew Ofc OfficeFew
Few well wel informed Ifore persons perons doubt that thatif thlt thatif
if i M HAXOTAUX HOTAUX were now Minister Miister for forForeign forForeig forForeign
Foreign Foreig Affairs Mair not only would the thosquadron thesquaron thesquadron
squadron squaron under uder Admiral Amira WIREVIDS be beassisted beaist beassisted
assisted aist to t reach the Yellow Yelow Sea but butother butother butother I
other steps step would be taken te no lees les glar glaringly gla glaringly ¬
ingly igly inconsistent with wth the neutrality neutralitywhich neutralty neutraltywhch neutralitywhich
which whch France Frac although she has ha issued issuedno iue
no proclamation prclamaton has ha officially ofcialy promised promisedto promis
to observe obsere We scarcely sarcely need nee point poit out outthat outthat outthat
that violations volation of neutrality neutraly on the part partof pr partof
of France Frac would almost almot inevitably ieviably lead leadto lea leadto
to counter couter movements movemcnt by ty Great Gret Britain BritainThat Britai BritainThat
That the possible necessity necity of such move movements movemet movemonth ¬
month met has h not been bn overlooked overloke is i evident evidentfrom evdet evdetfrm evidentfrom
from the and naval
frm military mita ad preparations preparationsof preparatons preparatonsof
of the British Brtsh Government GovernmentThe Gverment GvermentTe
The Te news new from the FrenchAfrican FrenchAfricanport FrenchArcan FrenchArcanpor
port por of Djibouti Djibout ia i a cloud no bigger than thana tha
a mans mas hand hd yet it may prove the pre precursor p precursor ¬
cursor curor of a storm that will wi sweep swep a large largepart largepa largepart
part pa of Europe Europ into It the Far Eastern Easternvortex Eter Easternvortex
vortex vortexThe vortexThe
vorx vorxTe
The Te Economic Policy Polcy of Japan JapanThe JapanThe
The Te economic ecnomo transformation tranformaton of Japan Japania Japn Japni
ia i one of the most mot notable notble notableincidents incidents incident in the thehistory thehistory
history hitory of the world during the last lat forty fortyyears fortyyear fortyyears
years year Out of social soial political poltcl and ad com commercial cm cmmercil cornmorcial ¬
mercial mercil selfisolation slIsolaton centuries centurie old I she shehas shehs shehas
has hs leaped leape within wihin a generation generaton almost almostwithin almot almostwithin I
within Ithin a decade into ito an a important iprtt place placein placei
in i the world of modern moer civilization civilizationThe civizton civiztonTe civilizationThe
The Te Western Weter world word notes note this thi fact and andaccepts ad andaccepts I Iacep
accepts acep Japan Jap as a a convert cnvr to Occidental Occidentalmethods Ocient Occidentalmethods I Imethos
methods methos in active actve sympathy sypthy with Occi Occidental Occ 0ccdental ¬
dental Interest In commercial
dentl Itret cmmercal develop development development developmont ¬
ment and ad expansion expion It weighs weigh Japan Japa in inWestern i inWestern
Western Wetr scales IclO sees s Japan Japn as a it a product productof pruct pructof
of Western Wetr influence ifuenc and calls cls the Japa Japanese Jap Japanose ¬
nose ne the Yankees Yakees of the East Et The Thecorrectness Thecrce Thecorrectness
correctness crce of this th view vew Is i open opn to otis suspicion su otispicion ¬
picion picon and ad there is i ample ground goud for fordoubt fordoubt I
doubt doubtThose doubtThose
doubtTo Those To who are an most familiar famiir with the thepeople thepple thepeople
people pple of the Far East Et are ar unanimous unanimousin unanimou
in their thei perception prcpton of the unwisdom twiom if ifnot i ifnot
not the danger dagr of accepting accptig any ay Oriental Orientalproceeding Orentl Orentlproceig Orientalproceeding
proceig proceeding at Us is face fac value vlue This Thi is isprecisely i isprecisely
precisely precily what wht has h been ben done by the theWestern theWestern I
Western Wetr world in i the case ce of Japan Japn On Onthe Onthe I Ithe
the surface surtac of things thing Japan Japa has h wakened wakenedto wakene
to a new life le modelled moele on the lines le of ofWestern ofWetr ofWestern
Western Wetr civilization civizton and ad has bs placed placedherself plc placedherself
herself in the ranks of the modern
i rnk com commercial cornmercial ¬
herel moer cm cmmerca
mercial merca world to adopt aopt its it methods methos in intrade Intrae intrade
trae trade competition comptto The Te appearance apparanc of ofJapan ofJapn ofJapan
Japan Japn in the larger commercial commercil world is ismeasured i Ismeasured
measured meaure by the same sme standard as a that thatused thatue thatused
used ue hi i tho case ce of Canada Caada a country countrywhose coutry coutrywhoe countrywhose
whose whoe rapid rpid development within wihin a car corresponding cr crr carresponding ¬
r responding pndlg period prio has h been ben oven more morenotable morenotble morenotable
notable notble though thoui far less les noticed notc than thanthat thn thnthat thanthat
that of Japan It I Is I assumed aumed that Japans Japanstrade Japns Japnstrade Japanstrade
trade competition comptton can be b met upon the thesame thesme thesame
same sme footing fotig as a that tht of Canada and that thatin thatin thatin
in her efforts efors to obtain obtin trade trae Japan will willbe wi willS
S be b actuated actuat by the some se motives as a those thosewhich th00 th00which thosewhich
which influence Intuenc the Canadians Canain8 It I is iaassumed isaume isassumed
assumed that her busIness methods
aume buiC will willbo willbe i I
bo b much the same me and that tht like lke Canada Canadaher Canaa Canaaher Canadaher
her chief purpose purpoe is i an improvement of ofthe ofthe I Ithe
the social socil and ad industrial idutrial condition cnditon of her herpeople herpeople i ipople
people pople through an increase increae in national nationaland natonal natonalad nationaland I
and ad individual indivdual wealth wealthNotwithstanding wealh wealhNowithtnding wealthNotwithstanding
Notwithstanding Nowithtnding their new national nationalpolicy natona nationalpolicy i
policy pliy the Japanese Japnse of today t ay are ar the theJapanese theJapnee theJapanese
Japanese Japnee of yesterday yeterny if one goes go below belowthe blow blowth belowthe
the th immediate Immeiate surface 8urfac They Tey may my put putthemselves putthemelves putthemselves
themselves themelves into closer cloer contact cntact with wih the tholife thelfe thelife
life lfe of the Western Westr world than their theirfathers theirfather theirfathers
fathers father did but they do so in i the further furtherance furher furheranc furtheranco ¬
ance anc of their own ow plans and they do not notnecessarily notnecBariy notnecessarily
necessarily necBariy become bcome a part pr of that life lifeThey lfe lfeTey lifeThey
They Tey take tke from It that which they want wantadapt wantaapt wantadapt
adapt aapt it i to their own purposes purp es arid play playtheir playtheir playtheIr
their own ow game Their Teir game is not notsocial notsoca notsocial
social soca or commercial cmerca amalgamation amalgamaton with withthe wih wihthe withthe
the outside world but an absorption aborton of ofplans ofplans ofplans
plans policies polcies and methods methos which they theycan theycn theycan
can cn convert cnvert into Intowoapons weapons for the over overthrow overthrow overthrow ¬
throw of competitors compttors in i the conflict cnlct for forsupremacy forsupremac forsupremacy
supremacy supremac in a 1 region which they have haveneither haveneither haveneither I
neither disposition dipsiion nor purpose to yield yieldto
to Occidental domination dominaton without a keen keenstruggle ken kenstruggle keenstruggle
struggle the Te yellow elow peril pri la I not mill military mi milltary ¬
tary or political pltcl but commercial cmmercal and andJapan andJapan andJapan
Japan is i today to ay the heart hear of it all allThe al allThe
The Te German Grman apprehension that a aunified aunife aunified
unified unife Japan Jap and ad China carries care a menace menaceof mence menceof monacoof
of political poltc expansion expsion in Asia Aia may have havea
a basis bais a hundred hundr years year from trm now It Ithas Itha Ithas
has ha little lte or none today In the Japa Japanese Jap Japanose ¬
nose nc movement of the lost lat quarter quarer of a acentury acetur acentury
century cetur there ther is evident a menace to t the thecommercial thecomercallntrst thecommercial
commercial comercallntrst interests of Europe Euop and ad the theUnited thoUnit theUnited
United Unit States Stte and ad an analysis aayi of the theconditions tbecondions theconditions
conditions condions of that that movement movemet reveals revealswhat reveal revealswhat
what is probably probabl It Its underlying uderlyig mo mai
tlve The Te issue iue of i th Integrity 1tlrit1 ad adthe and andthe nd ndthe
the domination dominatol of Qftheylow the yellow race rac as asHuch a assuch
such within an a area are whohJ whlchJapanese which Japanese p and andChinese ad adChinese andChinese
Chinese alike alke legard I eglrd as a theirs by posses possession possesKiol possesHion ¬
sion Kiol and by inheritance inhertance is doubtless dbubtlessfundamental d doubtlessfundamental ubteB
fundamental fundamental But farsighted Jays Japanese Jap Jaysfle ¬
nese JeS fle statesmen st tesmen observing observig the signs sigs of ofthe ofthe Ofthe
the times treslundertad understand that in no other otherway otberway otherway
way can CII that supremacy be so effectively effectivelymaintained efectvely efectvelymaintuiued effectivelymaintained
maintained and the powers power of the Occi Occident Oc 0ccdent i ident ¬
dent be so effectively efecively excluded exclude as asthrough asthrough asthrough
through commercial commercal and industrial ildustrial con control control control ¬
trol by their own ow people peopleThis pople popleThis peopleTub
This has ha been the policy poley of Japan dur during during durjug ¬
ing her development and ad it has ha been beensuccessful beensuccessful beensuccessful
successful Her open opn door dool like lke other otherdoors otheldoors otherdoors
doors has served the double purpose of ofingress ofIngres ofingress
ingress Ingres and egress She has ha admitted admittedand amitte admittedand
and ad retained that which has ha served her herpurposes herpurpse herpurposes
purposes purpse and ad has ha quietly quletlyforce quietlyforced forced out that thatwhich thathich thatwhich
which hich she regarded as a unnecessary ueceBr or orundesirable orudesirable orundesirable
undesirable udesirable The Occident O cident by personal personalrepresentation peronal peronalrepreentatQn personalrepresentation
representation repreentatQn has ha not overrun overr the land landand lad ladad landand
and ad Japans Japs trade and ad general enter enterprises enterprises enterprises ¬
prises are becoming becomg persistently pritently more moreand mo
and ad more Japanese Japee the he native natve mer merchant merchat merchant ¬
chant chat and ad trader traer crowds cr wds out the for foreigner foreiger foreigner ¬
eigner eiger and ad foreign forig capital capit and ad foreign foreignconcessionaries foreignconcsslonaie foreignconcessionaries
concsslonaie concessionaries secure seour only a scanty scantyfoothold scantyfoothold oaty oatyfoothold
foothold Japan holds hold and undoubtedly undoubtedlyintends udobtly udobtlyintends undoubtedlyintends
intends to hold the reins of industrial industrialand idustrial idustrialad industrialand
and ad commercial power in i Japan JapanNext Jap JapanNext
Next to her home market China Cina is isJapans isJaps isJapans
Japans Japs legitimate legtmate and ad natural field feld for forexploitation torexploitton forexploittion
exploitation exploitton Corea Cor a is i an a intermediate intermediateincident intreite intreiteicdet intermediateincidert
incident icdet That Tt Japan would gladly glad dom dominate domiate donimate ¬
mate iate ihina tia commercially cmmercialy is entirely entirelycertain etirely etirelycerin entirelycertain
certain cerin Next to the Americans Americas who whobuy whobuy whobuy
buy her silks sik her tea and ad her decorated decoratedpottery decoratd decoratdpter decoratedpottery
pottery pter China Cha is today tay her largest largestcustomer laget lagetcustomer largestcustomer
customer That Tat she would gladly glaly exer exercise ex exdrcise r rese ¬
ese cise political poltcal control contol over China Ca perhaps perhapsthrough prhap perhapsthrough
through commercial cmmrcial influences Ifuenc is i only onlyless onlyB onlytess
less B certain cerin That Tat it is het h r policy plc to do dofirst dofrt dofirst
frt first in Corea and d afterward atra in i China Chinathat Chna Chnathat Chinathat
that which she has ha done at home la 1 at atleast atleat atleast
least leat more mor than tha probable To the con consummation oonsummaton consummation ¬
summation summaton of such a policy plcy Chinas Chinasvast Cas Casvat Chinasvast
vast vat natural resources rsourc and ad her herwrg herwrgmlion swarming swarmingmillions swarmingmillions
millions mlion of industrious idutrou people pple would lend lendthemselves lendthemelves lendthemselves
themselves themelves readily readilyIn reaiy reaiyIn
In the control of Chinas Cas great get home homemarket homemarket homemarket
market by the yellow yelow race rac through throughdomestic thugh thughdometc throughdomestic
domestic dometc supply as a a result rult of the labor laborand laor laorand laborand
and the enterprise enterrie of that race rac lies le the theyellow theyelow theyellow
yellow yelow peril pri to t the commercial cmmerci inter interests iter iterests intereats ¬
ests of the Occident Ocidet This T point pit has hasnot ha baanot
not statesmen sttesmen escaped escapd the notice noUc of Japans Japns alert alertstatesmen aler alertstatesmen
Our Coffee Cofee Bill BUIIt Di BillIt
It I is estimated that the people of the theUnited theUnited
i estiat tht pople I
United Unit States Stte drink drik 1500000000 1500 gallons gallonsof gaon gaonof
of coffee in the of at cost costof costof
cofe i te course cu a year yer a C0t C0tof
of about ten cents cnt per gallon glon The Te im importing i hnporting ¬
porting prtig cost cst of the requisite rqult quantity qutty of ofcoffee ofcfee ofcoffee
coffee cfee berries brie for this thi supply at seven sevencents sv sevencents
cents cnt a pound pund is i about abut 75000000 7500 From Fromthis Fm Fmthi Fromthis
this thi it appears appar that preparation prpmton pack package pck pckag package ¬
age ag distribution ditrbuton and dealers dealer profits profitsmake prft profitsmake
make mke the price prc to the consumer cnuer about aboutdouble abut abutdouble aboutdouble
double the iprig importing cost costCoffee ct ctCote costCoffee
Coffee Cote prices prc for the th coming cmig y yr year ar are arelikely ar irelikely
likely lkely to be b nearly nerly if i not quite double doublethose doublethoe doublethose
those thoe of the last lat year yer or two as a a result resultof rut rutof
of legitimate legiit commercial cmeroia conditions cnditons and ad admay andmay j jmay
exceed that result of ofspeculation ofspeculation
may even exce as 8 a reut
speculation spcation The Te high prices pro which whichprevailed whh whichprevailed r rprvaie
prevailed prvaie ten te years year ago led le to a very verygreat vry verygreat I Iget
great get extension of the Brazilian Drii industry Iutry Industryour i iour iour
our principal prcipl source sourc of supply suply for the thecheaper thecheapr thecheaper
cheaper cheapr grades gae An enormous enormol output outputreduced outpt outptreuc outputreduced
reduced reuc prices prics to a point of little ltte or no noprofit noproft noprofit
profit proft in production prouoton and a reaction reacion fol followedrwith followeritb followedwith
lowedrwith loweritb the result reut that tt groves gove were wereinjured wereijur wereinjured
injured ijur and permanently prenty destroyed destroyedthrough destry destroyedthrough
through neglect neglec to t care cre for them The Thecrop Te Tecrop Thecrop
crop of the present prnt year yer is i not likely liely to tobe j
be b more mor than t half hal that tht of two yean yeanago YMr yearsago
I IThis
agoThi agoThis This Thi will wi probably probbly send snd the retail reti price priceof pric I Iof
of coffee colee up to 20 cents cnts or even 40 cents Ocentaa cnt centsa
a pound pud for fair and medium meium grades gradesthough gade gradesthough
though the choicer choicr grades gaes should not notshow notshow
show a proportionate propriont increase increaseThe Io IoTe increaseThe I >
The Te Board of Education Educaton Against Aalnl the theCourts I ICourts I ICourt
Courts CourtsIn Court
In I the annual report repor of Dr WILLIAM WILIM WILUAMH I IH IH
H MAXWELL MAWEL City Cty Superintendent Suptndent of ofSchools ofSchools ofSchools
Schools made me public publo yesterday yeteray we e find findthis fd findthis I Ithi
this thi remarkable rmarkble passage passageThere passge passgeT passageThere
There T r are am two circumstances crumslanct In the present piurntcondition preenC preenCcDndllon presentcondition
condition cDndllon of the schools chDol which w leb at flnt Inl slrbt arhl mar marseem maJ mayseem
seem to cause Clwe alarm alar for the th future tture On One U L that acenln acertain a acertain
certain cenln class of teachers tcahersIhe ttaeheraIhe the lame olau cla Isa of teacher teacherwho tebers teberswho teacherswbo
who In the th past sought lurbt appolnlm appolnlmel appointment nt or promotion promotionthrough prmoUoa prmoUoatbrurh promotionthrouch
through tbrurh pull pullre are now no seeking eklr the same me ends endsthrouch endatbrDurh endsthrouth
throuch litigation 1lllalon This Tla phenomenon ph nDmenon U not nottrou nottrouInd serious seriousIndeed aerlousIndeed
Indeed Ind d It WM to be eipecled Even however howeverwhen bOlever bOleverwben howeverwhen
when the litigants IUrnl are auoceasful auoltl through techni technicalities lehl lehlcalte technica1itIe ¬
calte calities means have ble been found through thrurh the co cooperation 00operaton nooperation ¬
operaton operation of the Board Bard of Education EucUDI and ad the Hoard Hoardof nor
of Superintendents supernl ndents to prevent the tb appointment appointmentor applltmeac appoIntmentorpromotlonof
or orpromotlonof promotion prmoton of the theundtandto unfit unlt and nd to preserve plele the right rightof rhl i1htof
of Dllbe the meritorious mertoroU meettorlOuLIf I IIf tI
If I this means anything it means mean that thatthe tht thatthe I Ithe
the Board Bor of Education Eucton and ad the Board Boardavoid Bor Boardof
of SupritendentA Superintendents have found a way t to toavoid
avoid compliance complanc with the decisions decision of oftho ofthe
the courts curs and to deprive deprve teachers of ofrights ofrghts ofrights
rights rghts established establihe by law 111 In cases cs where wherethese wherethese
these school authorities authorit s deem dem such suchteachers suchteachers
teachers unfit unft for the appointments appintment or orpromotions orpromotonl orpromotions
promotions promotonl to which they have hvo been beenjudicially ben beenjudicially
judicially judlcaUy declared decare entitled entite It I suits suitsthe suitethe uit
the superintendent to characterize chracterie those thoseteacher thoseteachers i iteachers
teachers teacher who have lne been bn bold enough enoughto j I
to fight fght him in the courts curt as a litigantwho litigant ltgant litigantswho II
who havo been ben successful sucCful through throughtechnicalities throu throutechniclte throughtechnicalities
technicalities techniclte The distinction dltticton In his hismind hi hismind I
mind mid between btween the technicalities tcchlcaltc and the themerits themerits
merits of law suit in much the
a I II same sameas Rme Rmen sameas I
as n that of the rural editor eitor who whl stated statedin 8tte
in i the report rpr of a criminal case cse in his hisnewspaper hi hisnewspaper
newspaper newspnpr that the defendant inter interposed Intr Intrpse Interposed ¬
the usual technical plea of
posed pse technicl not notguilty notguity notguilty
guilty guiltyAn guity guiltyAn
An examination examiaton of the litigations ltgatons in inwhich I inwhich
which teachers have hve been bn successful successfulagainst succsful succsfulagainst successfulagainst
against the school authorities authorite during duringthe durig durigthe duringthe
the superlntendenoy suprntendenoy of Dr MAXWELL MAXWELLwill MAXWELLwill
will 11 show that tht they have won in most mostcases mot motcases mostcases
cases on the merits m rts and not on techni technicalities technicalte technicahltles ¬
calities calte at all al and it is not a pleasing pleasingspectacle pleasingspectacle
spectacle to see lee an officer ofcer holding such sucha
a high and responsible position p0lton publicly publiclyexulting publcly publclyexultng publiclyexulting
exulting exultng over the action acton of the Board Bor of ofEducation ofFucton ofEducation
Education Fucton in endeavoring endeavorig to nullify nulfy the theresults theresu1 thereoult
results resu1 of lawsuits law uis in which the te Board Bor has hasbeen ha hasbeen
been defeated defeatedThe defeatedThe
ben defeate
The friendliness frendliess of the municipal municipalschool munloipl munloiplschool municipalschool
school authorities authorte toward towar the teachers teachersgenerally techer teachersgenerally
generally Kneraly will wi hardly harly be b appreciated appreciat by bythose bythoe bythose
those who remember that only
thoe rmember tht a year yearago yearago yearago
ago the Board Boa of Education Eucto was con contending cn cntending contending ¬
tending hi i the courts curts that tht the school schoolboards schoolbors schoolboards
boards bors had the absolute abolute and uncon uncontrolled ucn ucntrole uncontrotted ¬
trolled trole power pwer to remove teachers telchei without withoutaffording wthout wthoutaforing withoutaffording
affording aforing them any ay opportunity opporuiy to be beheard b beheard
heard hear and without assigning asslkln any cause causefor cu causefor
for such removal rmova This proposition propsion propositioni
i t o M 1 1rr
was a rejected rject as unsound asuud by all a the courts courtsIn c courtshi
In b which it was wa offered oler the Court Cour of ofAppeals ofAppals ofAppeals
Appeals Appals finally fn ly declaring claring that the teOra Greater GreaterNew GreaterNew r rNew
New York Charter Chrer had hdetbHshe established tho thogeneral thogneral thegeneral
general gneral rule rl that a ifp it public bto school schol teacher teacherin cher cheri
in i the thogreater greater geater city cty should be b protected protectedagainst protete protectedagainst
against agalnlt removal during good goo behavior behaviorand bhvior bhviorand behaviorand
and competency competencyWe cmptency cmptencyWe
We suppose that the lady lay who by her hercourage hercourage hercourage
courage and perseverance obtained obtainedthis obtaine obtainedthis
this decision deciion is preeranc classed dasBd by Supt MAX MAXWELL MAXWELL MAXWELL ¬
WELL among the litigants ltgants successful successfulthrough successfulthrough uccessfulthrough
through technicalities tchnicltes held up upto to ap approbrium approbrium approbriuni
probrium in his hi report reportPuultliment reprt reprtPuulllment reportPunishment
Punishment Puulllment far Being Innocent InnocentThe IDDocentThe InnocentThe
The criminal law of New York State Staterequires Stte Stterequires Staterequires
requires the warden of a State Stte prison prisonto prion prionto
records of the theInstitution theinsttuton theinstitution
to keep as a part par of the
Institution insttuton a photograph photogaph and ad descrip description descripton deseription ¬
tion ton of each person who is delivered delvere into intohis ito itohi intohis
his hi custody cutody pron for punishment punihment These Thesaphotographs The8 The8photograph Thesephotographs
photographs and descriptions constitute constitutewhat constitutewhat
photograph de8criptons cnttute cnttutewhat
what is commonly cmmonly known kown as a a rogues roguesgallery rogee rogeeglery roguesgallery
gallery glery and the injury resulting resultng toan toanhonest to an anhonest anhonest
honest man from inclusion Incuion in such a acollection I Icoleoton acollection
coleoton collection u i is obvious obviousIn
In a case cas which has ha been ben contested conteste to toa toa toa
a final fnal decision by the Court Cour of Appeals Appealsthese Appals Appalsthes Appealsthese
these thes facts were established establshe A man manconvicted manconvicted
convicted convicte of a crime was wa sentenced sntenc to topunishment topunihmnt topunishment
punishment punihmnt in Sing Sing prison prion Upon Uponhis Upn Upnhie Uponhis
his arrival there he was a photographed photographedand photogaphe
and measured meaur in the regular manner mannerand mner mnerand mannerand
and the records rcrs were rgr placed plac in the therogues therogues therogues
rogues gallery galer Subsequently Subequenty he hewas hewas hewas
was retried retre and by a jury was pro pronounced pronouo pronounced ¬
nounced nouo not guilty gUty of the offence offencecharged ofence ofencechrge offencecharged
charged chrge against him hU His Hi discharge dischargefrom dischargefrom
from custody cltoy followed tolowe promptly prompty and andhe andhe andhe
he became bcme a citizen ciien with wih the same sme stand standing stnd stndIn standIng ¬
ing In as any who had never been bn under underarrest underarret underarrest
arrest arrestImmediately arret arretImmediately arrestImmediately
Immediately upon his hi discharge dicharge this thisman thi thisman
man mn began bgan an effort efor to have hve his hl picture pictureand picturead pictureand
and ad description decripton removed remove from the therogues theroges therogues
rogues roges gallery glery The Superintendent Superintendentof Supritndent i iof
of State Stte Prisons Pion fought the effort efor de declaring decaring dodaring ¬
daring caring that the prison prion records recrs were werecompiled werecmpie werecompiled
compiled cmpie in accordance accordanc with the law and andthat ad adtht andthat
that tht he had no authority to erase erae or ormutilatethem ormutiate ormutilate
mutilatethem mutiate mutilate them The Te unfortunate unforunate vic victim vicUm vietim ¬
tim of the law held that a grave gravewrong gravewrong gravewrong
wrong was wa done to him by theretention theretentionof thertentop thertentopof the retention retentionof
of his hi name In such a gallery gaiery The Te Court Courtof Cout Coutof Couftof
of Appeals Appls decided that the prison prion su superintendent supritndent superintendent ¬
perintendent pritndent was wa in the right the Legis Legislature Lgi Legislature ¬
lature latur has provided provide no way to erase era the theprison theprion theprison
prison prion record recr of an improperly iproprly convicted convictedman cnviot
man ma after aftr his hi acquittal acuitl and in i the State Statecourts Stte Sttecu Statecourts
courts cu he can c find fd no remedy remedyHere remey remeyHere remedyHere
Here is i an occasion occion for the Legislature Legislatureto Lgilatue Lgilatueto
to act The Te law should bo b so amended amendedao amende
ao a to permit prit the retention retenton by police plc and andprison ad adprion andprison
prison prion authorities authorltcs of the photographs photographsand photogph
and descriptions deciptona of only such persons personsaa pomon
aa We finally fny convicted cnvc and ad sentenced sntenc to topunishment t topunishment
punishment punishmentAs puihment puihmentAs
As the law stands stads a punishment punihment is isinflicted i isinflicted
inflicted infct upon upn a man for being bing accused accusedof accuse
of crime Asa A As I a matter of fact the police policehave plc policehave
have long exercised exercie the right to photo photograph photo photoiraph photograph ¬
graph iraph and ad measure meure persons prons under arrest arrestbefore aret aretbtor arrestbefore
before btor even the arraignment arraigment of the theaccused theaccue theaccused
accused accue at the bar b of any court curt and to toretain toreti toretain
retain reti for future futur use ue the photographs photographsand photogaphs photogaphsad
and ad measurements meurement thus thu obtained obtie re regardless regrles regardless ¬
gardless grles of the action acton of the courts courtson curts curtson
on the charges chrges mode mae against againt their theirprisoners thei theirprisoners
prisoners prisonersNo pr oner onerNo
No complicated cmplcted legislation legislaton is II necessary necessaryto
to remedy remey these the e injustices Injustc They can canhardly cn cnhrly canhardly
hardly hrly be b twisted twited into a party question questionand queton quetonad questionand
and ad the grounds on which any person personexcept pron pronexcpt personexcept
except excpt a police polc officer ofcr could oppose oppe It Itare Itar itare
ar are difficult difcut to to see seeThe seoTe seeThe
The Te Japanese Japanee Government Goverment has ha no inten intention Intenton intention ¬
tion ton of allowing Us It I present prent preoccupation preoccupationto procpaton
to Interfere Interer with the progressive progrClvo develop development develop development ¬
ment of Its It navy Contracts Cntr for two new newbattleahlps newbattehip newbattleships
battleships battehip of 18400 UO tons ton and 18H 18 to 19 19knots II 19knots
knots speed lp were wer signed signe with two English Englishfirms Englih Englihfr Englishfirms
fr firms the Vickers Vicker and ad Armstrong ArmtronR cora corapanlw compari cornpants
pants pari on Jan 30 and the ships ehlp are ar to be bedellveredwithin b bedeliveredwithin
dellveredwithin deiverwithin eighteen eighten month Their Theirarmament Teir Teirarmet Theirarmament
armament armet will wi be b heavier hoavlelthan than that of the themost themOt themoot
most mOt powerful pwerul British Brtlh ships ship now building buildingthe bulding buldingthe
the number numbr of guns gunl will wi remain rmn the same samebut Bamebut samebut
but as a the calibre of the heavier ones one will willbe wi willbe
be greater crater the weight of metal thrown thrownper thwn thwnper thrownper
per minute mnute will wi bo b Increased Incre in the thl propbr propbrtion prp propOrtion r rUon
tion of eleven tons ton to nine in the British Britishships Brtih Brtihship Britishships
ships shipsThe ship shipsThe
The Russian Rusian Government is raid to have havethree havethre havethree
three thre new battleships battehlp of 1B500 l 5 tons under underconstruction undercontrucion undercointruction
construction contrucion in tho Baltic Baltc but it is Improba Improbable Improba ¬
ble that any of them could be got ready for forservice torserlco forservice
service serlco In the present prent war Of o the five fiveother fve fveother fiveother
other battleships bttehlpf building buldin In the Baltic Dallc the theBorodino theBorlno theBorodino
Borodino Borlno was wa ordered orerl in November last to tobe tobe tobe
be made Jde ready reay for the coming autumn nnd nndthe nndthe andthe
the cruiser criser Oleg for t r later hut It Is possible powlblothat p08Ible p08Iblethat possiblethat
that they may be b ready rndy sooner sonr and be b able ableto ableto ableto
to take part par In the operations opertons In tho Far FarEast FarEut Fareast
East EastOld eastold
Old 04 Hamnlei lamllH Live Lve O ODII8 OaIy ly In Fiction Flcto or Hemcrr Hemcrrfrom Hemr Hemrro lemryIroi
from ro Ihd Macon Maon Ttlegrnfti TtlegrnftiHave TI reegrophave rpl
Have fav you thought tbDUrhllbout about It II Itthat that hat the war ended endedhere endedhre endedhere
here hre In Macon In April Aprl 1805 18 nearly n arly thirtynine thirtynineyrara Ihlrtynlneyrars thIrtynIreYears
Years yrars agol ate And who was wa an Old Mammy then thenShe Ih thenShe n nSbeL
She SbeL was not one on of those fresh trsh young young negro nerr women womenof wom womenof n nof
of twenty or r thirty yean No Indeed In ed She lbe was wasthat wutla wasthat
that tla unctuouS cable Ihe and soulful old negress lr with withthe wllbth withthe
the th Madras Malra kerchief kerble around her neck and the thespotless tbeptM thelpntleM
spotless ptM apron pendent p ndnl from frm the walt who ruled ruledtn lIed lIedIh i1edthe
tn the roost of tb thf the white wble hrocd of the th family familyShe tamly tamlyShew familyShe
She Shew was brevet mistress mllrt of the menage menageboueai m menagebosSCM nag
boueai bout of the bathroom blthroom and an the bed chamber chamberkeeperlnchlef chamberkeeperlfcbl ehamberkeepetInchlef
keeperlnchlef keeperlfcbl of the th keys and an the JAM W If I any anyone anyone anyone
one of 0 her he kind Is l alive alle today to day she he must be nearly nearlyM
M o yean ta of ate arend and how few fe w of oIhat that kind do you youmeet YDUmte youmest
meet mte In your dally daly walks walksAh walk1Ah walicalAlt
Ah no not The Old Mammy Is L no 1 more and she shebu sbeb ehebaa
bu b left let no descendant dsceldanl She lives Ive ltve only onl In ftcllon ftcllonand felon felonand flctlonnc1
and nc1 memory memor
The Roil RoilUr RI RI1r flaitjr
Ur 1r ansacr arurr la m JupT JupTWho Jar Jnp5 Jnp5Who
Who was It Iln In our olr civil civi war gave us a friendly frendy band haadtU bladI
U I was W the nuis nuisAnd nua RUUAnd
And AD atayed Iaed band DandTIt old Drttaln Drtln In her threat Ibret to help the rebel rebelDandT nb rebelband
It 1 was the Russ RussAll RUMAl fluesAn
All Al Europe Eurpe jealous j aJous of our growth lrwb wu wa ready rady to toassail tolual toassail
assail assailOur lual assailOur
Ourcolnl Our country from frm w Ithout IbDuC In aid of treasons IWIDn bloody bloodytrail bloodyIal bloodytraIl
trail trailThe Ial traIlThe
The spiteful Ipleuilol lion roared rared but when the bear pulled pulledat puled puledal
at her tall tallNo tallo al
No o further turthe muss mussWho mUMWbo causeWho
Who now IDW working behind the scenes conspires CM pIres for forRuaslas fDrnUas forRussIas
Ruaslas nUas hurt hurtOf bunOf hurtOf
Of course old Brit BritWho Brt BrtWD firitWho
Who WD seeks her chestnuts cbealnut from frm the fire lre pulled puled by bJ the theJansopertT th thJalUo theJapan
JansopertT JansopertTThe Japan pelT pelTThe pert pertThe
The same old Brit BritShe Drl BritShe
She would If I she > he oould keep Russia ever eer from frm the theopen tbeoen theopen
open oen sea seaAnd aeaAld eraAnd
Ald And with her he propagandastrives proPand trve to Incite In lle you YU and andme andme andme
me meTo meTo meTo
To malign mlcn would wold our or be beNow beNow beNow loyal 10Ja friend frend who wh even now ni our friend friendwould frend frendwold friendwould
Now U 1 this tll fit fito tl tlWo OtWho
Wo Who o stands llnd the bulwark buhnr of the tb West against aclnl the theyellow Ibeyelow theyellow
yellow yelow hordes hordaUltbeRu hordesUtathe
UltbeRu Utathe 111 the Russ Ruwa RussWho
Who a conquered CDlquered Turk Turl unspeakable unalkable till tl Brit Br ua uasheathed uabeatbd ussheathed
sheathed Turksnwordst TurksnwordstIt TI Tic rls rice AWDr aworde awordeIt
It wan the Russ Russirk RuaTra RussTurlei
Tra Turlei irk blade blde laid bare through thrurb Britains Brtans creed creedArmenian Ireed gre greArmenian
Armenian Arenia blood blo was shed sheduse shedWbose hf
Woae Wbose use aole ole offence olence was 1 serving er Him who bo on tb tbcra thecross the theerott
cross cra had 1M bled bledWUI bledWin
Win 111 Christian Cbrslan wlnT win Will Wi Pagan win I Where Were hare hareyour banYDUr haveyour
your sympathies ympatbe fled ted
To TUB EDITOR or 01 Tan SON SUNBir SuwBir Sir That Thatthe Tat Tatthe Thatthe
Russia and Japan Japanhave Japahave Japanhave
the region rgion into which whoh RU81
have entered erter Is dark and terrible probably probablyno prbably prbablyno
no one will wi deny Why did they enter enterupon enterupon enterupon
upon In in Probably Prbablyfo for commerce cmmer and un uninterrupted unInterrpte tininterrupted ¬
interrupted Interrpte trade routes route for themselves themselvesThe themselve themselvesThe
The lines lne of each were wer meeting meetng and con conflicting con1Uctnj conflieting ¬
flicting 1Uctnj It I Is I to be hop hoped that tht neither neitherbegan neitherbegan neitherbegan
began war merely for rorIB its own sake and to todisplay t tdisplay todisplay
display battleships batlehips and nd prowess prowes War Warcannot Wa Wacannot Woecannot
cannot finally fnaly be vindicated vindicate excepting excptng as a a ameans amen amoans
means men for annihilating annihiatng Itself IBel IU It lawful lawfulobject lawll lawllbjet lawfulobject
object bjet must mut be pence poe It It destroys detrys peace peaceto peac
to make Jke another peace pac more mor enduring endurng Its Itssole Itasole Itosole
sole end ought ough to be freedom freedomAs from freedomAs
As a first lt superficial 8upr clalmplslon Impression one may maythick JY JYthink maythink
think all al war should be localized loalze and him limited lm lmIe himlIed ¬
lIed Ie but can we w be so certain in regard rgar to tosuch toBuch tosuch
such a war aa a 1 have described decribfor describedfor for free freedom tre freedoin ¬
dom and more mor enduring endurng p paco peace aco Certainly Certainlyall Cerany Ceranyal
all al those thoe who feel that tha the side with which whichthey whichthe1sympathlze whichthey
they the1sympathlze sympathize la I In the right rrht and that tha Its Itsaim It itsaim
aim Is good and noble should wish lh the area areaof ara araof areaof
go an
of tho war so IO broad bra that when victory victor and andpeace ad adpac andpeace
peace pac shall shal come cmethey they may be beneficent beneficentIt benefcnt benefcntIt
It is easier eaier for foroutoiders outsiders outsider to prevent war waror waror warOr
or limit lmit Ito lt area ara before It has I been begun begunthan bgun bgunthan begunthan
than to restrain rtrln IU it operation oprton after ater it laun launder i is u tin tindor ¬
der derway way Those TOewh who fancy faoytheybveafr theyhaveaflrm theyhaveaflrmhand they haveafirm haveafirmhand
hand on the rudder rder of neutral neutragoverment governments governmentsat
at Washington Wahington London Lndon Berlin Bsrln or Paris Parisshould Par Parisshould
should have thought thought of that months mntM ago It Itthey Itthey Ifthey
they wished wihe to define defne the area reaof of China Cina and andcircumscribe ad adcrmrb andcircumscribe
circumscribe crmrb the ring rng of ofand land within wlthnwhlob wlthnwhlobRuul which whichRussia whichRussia
Russia Ruul and Japan Japn could culd fight tght Outsider Outsiderrealized Outsideralze Outsidersrealized
realized ralze the difficulties dlfclte then They Tey are aregreater ar argreater aregreater
greater now that the blood blo of the antag antagonists antg antgonists antagonists ¬
onists U i up upWho upWho upWho
Who can no now w or could at any time tme within withinthe withinthe withinthe
the last five fve years year accurately define defno the thearea thearea thearea
area of Chinese Chinee Independence Indepndenc and an sever sovereignty aoverelgnty severeigntyso ¬
haashe has she made canoes concessions canoesalone ¬
eignty eigntyso BO recklessly rklly ba me conc conceloM
alone right and left left What authority authorty or orright orright orright
right has ha the United Unlt d States Stat0 to declare declar that thatManchuria tht thtManchura thatManchuria
Manchuria Manchura is i not Chinese Cinee and not neutral neutralground neutralground neutralground
ground and therefore therfor open to fighting fhtn be between b between ¬
tween Russia RWlla and Japan for conquest conquet by byone byone byone
one or the other otherIf otherI otherIf
If I Manchuria Machuri and Its Ia territorial teritoral waters watersare wate wateare watersare
are not now Chinese Chnese what wht are ar they theyIs theyIs theyTo
Is President Pridet Rooeevelt Rseelt or Secretary Srtr Hay Hayto Hayto Hayto
to decide decideI decde decdeI
I anticipate atcpate the hoarse hoare roar of dlsppro dlspprobaton disapprobation disappro disapprobation ¬
bation baton which would be evoked evoke by an In Inquiry Inquir inquiry ¬ I
quiry quir why hy a good go war for freedom trom in the theFar theFar theFar
Far East should be localized loaled and a there therefore there therefore ¬
fore will wi not make mke the Inquiry Inquir but never nevertheless nevertheles neverthebes ¬ I
thebes theles I shall shal keep my best bCt eye upon upn my myatlas myata myatlas
atlas ata in Inorder order orer that I may my discern dicr the earliest earliestindication earlet earletIndicton earliestindication
indication Indicton of the thellnetobetraeed line lne to be traced trc by the na nations nalone nations ¬
tions lone as a defining defning the area ara o 01 China ClnJ and de decidlng decdlng docidlng
cidlng cdlng which portion porion of her territory teritor and andwhich andwhih andwhich
which whih of the ports por are ar to bo dedicated delcate to toRussia toRUEsl toRueslaand
Russia RUEsl Rueslaand and Japan Japanasaprizeof as a a prize prze of war Am I Ito Itosee to tosee toee
see ee any of the socalled soale German Ger or British Britishor Britih Britihor
or French Frnch spheres pher of Influence Infuenc In China Cina Chinaung Chinaunginto fun flung flunginto
into the fighting fghtng ring rnj Who will wi prescribe prescribethe prcb
the neutral code ce which China la i to obey obe so sothat 10 10that sothat
that neither nether Russia RUFla nor Japan can ca make mke Its Itsalleged Il Ila itsalleged
alleged a ege violation violaton a pretext prtex for stepping steppingover etepplnRover eteppingover
over the fighting fghtng line lne An attempted attemptedagreement atempte attemptedagreement
agreement rment over ovr it by the great gat Powers Power will willb wi willbe
b b be edifying edifyingHow eifying edifyingHow
How swiftly Bwlrty events ees move moe onl It wan wa only onlyfifty onlyffty onlyfifty
fifty ffty yearn ylrlgo ago that tha Japan wan WI by the United UnitedStates Unie UnitedStates
States State Commodore Cmmo Perry P r and Dr Hawks Hawksthe Hawk Hawksthe
the rector recor of Calvary Cahar Church Churh in thin thi city citycompelled citycompele citycompelled
compelled compele to toceme come into intothe the family famly of nations nationsand natoM natoMad nationsand
and ad go Into Ino society lociety What at a swath swathshe swathshe awathshe
she is II cutting cttng now nowl And then too to there thereis ther
is i little Itlo Corea Corainependent Coresindependent independent and Ind sovereign sovereignresisting aoverlg sovereignresisting
resisting rlftng only thirtyfive thiryfve yearn year ago Igo ap approaches apprache appreaches ¬ I
preaches prache by the United Unite State State but finally finallyyielding fnaly fnalyyelding finallyyielding
yielding yelding If her entity entty were wer recognized rgiz and andconsecrated an andconsecrated
consecrated cnsrte by a treaty pledge plege which our ourcountry or orcountr ourcourttr7
country countr gave Today Today no one OD pleads pleas for forher torher forher
her I She Is I thrown to the wild wid beasts beaetsln In the thearena thearena theBrefla
arena of war warChief warl warlCiet warChief
Chief Ciet Justice Jutce Marshall Marlhal raid in behalf of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the Supreme Suprme Court In the opinion opiion which whichadjudged whic whichadjudged
adjudged adudge that no single nation naton or even evn tho thoconcert thoconcer theconcert
concert concer of a few nations ntonRnthlng nationsnothing nothing lets INs than thanthe thantho thanthe
the assent sent of allcould alcould make mae the African Africanslave Arican Aricanslave Africanslave
slave trade a violation violton of international Inteatonallaw InteatonallawNo law lawNo lawNo
No principle prnciple of general r nera law Ilw Is I more mor universally universallyacknowledged unIverlY unIverlYaknowldred unIversallyarkaowledged
acknowledged aknowldred than the perfect perect equality equalty of nations nationsRussia naton nationsflussia
Russia nU5la and Geneva Oenev have hve equal equa rights rightsThat rlcht rlahieThat
That was waleald said in 1825 185 but what nation nion now nowapplies nowapple nowapplies
applies apple the rule nie to little ltle Cores CoreaAh Cora CoraAhl CoresAb
Ah I Each Eh of the great Rrat ones one has hA lately latelyhad latelyha latelyhad
had ha its is dayl First FIlt the United Unite States BttM In the thePhilippines thePhlpplne thePhilipplnes
Philippines Phlpplne then England In South Africa Africathen Arc Africathen
then all al in China Cin then the United Unite States Statesagain 5tate 5tateag Statesagain
again ag ln in Panama finally fnaly Russia and Japan Japanin
NEW Yon YORK Feb 17 17Opinions 17Ollou 17Optalona
Opinions Ollou Abnnt Abolt the tr War WarToTH Wa WaTo WarTo
ToTH To mi ran EDrtonorTHSuN EnoR Enitoct 0 or Tx rxz SUNSr Sur4Slr sir In my mJ opinion opinionthe oplnon oplnonIhe opinionthe
the Russian Rua nation will wl find Ind the Japanese Japanesf a more morestrategic morestraterle moretratCcta
strategic people than thn they at first II auppoied Bupposec I IthlnU IthllthaC Ithtnlz
thlnU thllthaC that this IhL RussoJapanese nlapanUe war will wi prove prve to 10M 10Mo be beon beon
on o one olealde side a conflict of wonderful wonderul strength with withthat wlb wlbthaI withthat
that on the other side of marvellous lvelou strategy and andthat andIbat andthat
that the larger IUler armament arnam nl will wi meet a I foeman foemanworthy foemannrhy foemanwprthy
worthy nrhy of his hl steel ateelAdmiral Bte steelAdmiral I IAdmirl
Admiral Admirl Alextefl Aelet by reporting rporlnc that be was wa sud suddenly suddelly cuddenly ¬
denly delly attacked attked In Port Por Arthur expresses epron what I Ithink Itblnk Ithink
be to of the thecoming thecomlnr thecomlnt
think wll wl prove to b applicable apploable many
coming manoouyrtngs manmuyrnr of the Japs who ho will wi do dounexpected dounelpcted dounexpected
unexpected unelpcted things tblng at unexpected unepeced times timesI tmu tmuI
I believe bfl that tbl win or lose lot the Japanese Jplntae will wi show showto Ahowto showto
to the world that tbA they know a thing or two that thatpossibly Ibalplbly thatpossibly
possibly plbly was not dreamed drame1 of In our philosophy philosophyThe pbosophY pbosophY1he
The Japanese have led the world wold In some things thingswe
we must not forget forrellhallbe that they used the art ar of painting paintinglong palnlne palnlnelonr paintinglong
long before befor It WM Invented In Europe EurpeIberfore Europetherefore EuropethereforeI therefore thereforeI
I aay that CbC Inasmuch InLmueb as a the Ch Saps have proved pred them themselves themaelv themaelvee ¬
selves aelv to to t be both enterprising enterprslnr and Ind progressive prlrellve It Itshould I Itshould
should not surprise srr us U after afer all al that Ibll they may m not notsuccumb noCuoumb notsuccumb
succumb uoumb to C Russias nUMI powerful pDwerul strength RtrengtbIf trnrtb trnrtbI
If I the Russians RUlns caa withstand wlbtand the dexterous dexterousJapanese d dezIeousJapanese lerou lerouJapanese
Japanese unto the end eld I think that no one Dn will willhave wi willhave
have overestimated overestmated the resources relurea of Russian mill militarism milltartem I ¬
New w VaSE Feb IS ISAnother I IAnotber 13Another
Another Tribute Tlblte to the tl Sb Lat Ll Father Fatler OXell OXellTo Oel 0ieilTo
To TH mi van EDITOH or 01 Tni T SD SUm fur Allow Alo me ti to toadd t toadd
hnmble tribute to that of Truth In
add my Inmble Irbute yes yesterdays yestrY yesterday ¬
terdays s So SUN to the memory memo of the Rev fle lames I IOTJell L LOei 1ONeIl
OTJell Oei 0 P 1 who diM recently reenl In California CaliforniaIt CIforIa CIforIaI
It I was wa my pleasure some 000 year yeal ago to have va various vseloise a arOA ¬
eloise rOA friendly Irendly relations rellon with Father ONell ONtl and I Ihad Ihid Ihad
had opportunity opporuniy to study the Christian Obrlln character characterof cbracl r rof
of a truly lrly great and aD food Dod man I know of many manyInstances manyInlane manyInstances
Instances Inlane of Father ONells ONels charities chaileln In connection connectionwith eocneclon eocneclonwlh connectionwith
with wlh his life lte work among the poor pr many of them themnot Ihemnot heranot
not of his hi faith flth Out Father ONtll ONel was as a broad broadChristian broadChr broadChrlatift
Christian Chr Uan and thorough Catholic as a he was Wi be hews hewsthe was wastho wa
the tbl embodiment of charitable chlrtable feeling feelnr toward towar all allFather al allFatbCr
Father lb r ONell ONfl was mafnlAcently mlJnl centv eloquent Iouent Had Hadhe Uadh hadbe
he h been b eo a man of the world the public publc prints would wouldlong WDlld WDlldlonr wouldlong
long since have bav made his hi name a household 10u bold one oneamong oneamonr oneamong
among the Ih various vaDW states Stale As A It I Is L I venture to toaay tooy tosay
that thousands ousandl of people quietly but
say oy Ib peple quiet sincerely sincerelymourn sincerey sincereymourn sincerelymourn
mourn Father V her ONells ONel untimely unlmely death dtlth He was 11 a afine alne atine
fine lne gentleman lenlemn a broad brad minded Christian Crtln a zeal zealous zealDUS zealone ¬
one Catholic Ctbolc a fascinating fuclnaln conversationalist cn ntonalsC and andlover anda
a lover of mankind A FHIIND FHIINDNFW FfNn FfNnN Fitoflaw
flaw N w YORK Feb Feb H 1 l lnow I IDow IHow
now Taxes Tax Are Collected Coltd la Kansas KansasFrom KauaFrom EanjaFrom
From the Kamai KOII CUt 14 Journal JournalTax JDurla JournalTal
Tax ferrets furls are ar now no making life miserable for the thetax tbetn thetax
tax jumpers jumpr In several counties Countes countiesin In Kansas Kama This TL nh Is Isa I iia
a new scheme sheme In Kansas Kana The Te fer ferrets get 2 2 25 per percent pr prc percent
cent c nt of all al taxes tax which they make the tax tx dodgen dodgendig dodrendlr dadgendig
dig up The scheme sbeme has ha ha worked so well wtlln In the coun counties cOUntes counties ¬
ties tes where It has h been tried tred ao far ta that thlcl It will wl no nodoubt nodoubC nodoubt
doubt apread pr ad to C every county cOQnt In the h state stateVery StateI Staleer1
Very I er1 Limited Lmld Liability Lablt in England EnglandFrom BOllad BOlladFrom EnglandFrom
From tin II nUxau R R4llwa lWD Maoist UaamtniTraveller Da DaTraveler it itTraveller
Traveler Traveller must not expect eJt to obtain obln much muc com compensation comp cornpensAtion ¬
p pensation nllon If I killed kied or Injured lajurd on the th Metropolitan MetropolitanDistrict UlrlI UlrlIllCrol MtropoIIan1tsrlot
District llCrol Railway ltla If Parliament Parlaenl sanction ancloa what wbl the thecompany tbeCDmpay thecompany
company CDmpay asks LU for In connection cleclon with wlb the Introduc Introduction Itrue Itruetlonof intrduclion ¬
lion tlonof of zone fares fr for one clause cluse In the bill bleeka aecki aeckito iseksto
to 0 limit Iml the liability labit to LIX 100 IO f fTwenty rTeaC PTwenty
Twenty TeaC Tean Ilue naLet IIacsLet IlueLet
Let this console you when you DU seek seekTo lek lekTo seekTo
To thaw bw your Dur Icy nose noseLet noeJt noselet
Let this tbl give lve cheer the while you Jpre prance pranceUpon pranceUpon
Upon your Dur frozen to los losJU toss tossJust s sJust
Just JU think the way that you ou can Ca boast boastIn bol boastIn
In 11 future tcur futuredaysgalore futuredaysgaloreThis days dyS galore galoreThis Iaon IaonTlupel
This Tlupel spell aint anUbucll shucks I Way WJ j recall recallThe rc recsflThe
The Tie one of 19041 19041UcLUrOBUMX IDI
GJl G4MaLING G4MaLINGImpeadln Nt Ntl
tapendhif l fBdl Effort Mor of a lawyer lr to Prohibit ProhibitRaoetrack Pohibit PohibitRoetrack ProhibitRoetrek
Raoetrack Roetrack betting bettingTo leUnl leUnlTo Dotting DottingTo
To TUB TiE Emion or o THE TRDBVNSir BoxSir In thl thlmorning this thiamornln1 thismornIngs
morning SUN 8u under undr the t eh heading adll Events Eventsof ETnt8 ETnt8ot
of Sport it I li said sid that tWt tb th the lawyer who ho hat hatbeen batbeen hasbees
been carrying clrinton on a tystomatlo Irtiato campaign campaignafalnat campaignagainst
against the racetracks is 1 preparing a me memorial memoria insniorlal ¬
morial moria on turf turlelslaton legislation which will wi be banded bandedto handedt
to t the member membr of the Senate and nd Assembly Assemblyat AUDlbly AUDlblyat
at Albany Abany with the request that tht a bill bi be b in introduced Intrducd intraduced ¬
traduced trducd and paaaed making malnr betting bettn on th thracetrack the theractrlok ticSracetrack
racetrack ractrlok illegal leal Mr Stelnhardt Stlnbadtl It 1 1stated II IIstate isstated
stated state has hs adopted this ths means of reach reaching reachIn reachlug ¬
lug In the members membrl of the th Legislature rlltur because becauseOov bcAUs bectilSOOov
Oov Odell Odel his ha isa declined declned to Interftr InterftrSuch Intre IntreSuoh laterferiSuch
Such is I my Intention latenton and it Is also all true tre that thatOov thatGov thatOov
Oov Odell Odel did retu refuse o to insert In rt In his mc messages messagesparagraph sag sagparagraph a apa
paragraph pa rfph saying rerlo that the Legislature Lasatur should shouldtake shod shodtake shouldtake
gambling gamblingwhich gttmbithiwhIch
take up the subject of racetrack mbln mblnwhloh
which has always been ben prohibited by the laws lawsof I lawsof
of this th State Stat and which I ISlpcaly is specially prohibited prohibitedby prohblte
by the constitutional amendment of 1894which 1894whichprovided 1804whichprovided 8 which whichpr
provided pr vlded that tho Legislature Llslature must pass ap appropriate approprite APpropriate ¬
propriate proprite laws to prevent reent In this thl BUM Stt all allkinds al allkinds
kinds of poolselllng pollJlc bookmaking and every everyother everyothr everyothar
other othr kind of gambling Iamblll and d that the Legis Legislature Ll Leglalature ¬
lature shall IhaU not authorize authoriz or allow any kind kindof kindof kindof
of gambling mblnl within this State Oov Odell Odellthrough Odel Odellthrough
through his secretary ecetal In finally naly declining deelnlnl to todo todo todo
do anything anyhlnr to step the violation vltlaton of the States StatesConstitution Stats StatsCulttuton StatesConstItution
Constitution Culttuton mistakenly lltkenly alleged aletd is one OD rea reason reaBn rcaeon ¬
son Bn for not aotinc aotnl that he bid no responsi responsibility relpqnllbuty reeponslbUlly ¬
bUlly buty for the th modern morn racing racnl laws which per permitted pr prmited permitted ¬
mitted mited and ad legalized lelalzd public publo poolsellers polaJerl and andbookmakers andbokmakera andbookmakers
bookmakers bokmakera and gamblers generally tenraly to oc occupy occupy occupy ¬
cupy the booth bothlln In the betting btln ring rln which whch are areto areto areto
to the number of two or three thret hundred a day dayto dayt dayto
to t carry carryon on public publo pooltelllng polalnt bookmaking bookmaklngand bkmakln bkmaklnand
and gambling mbll and that tht the Court of Appeals Appealsthrough APPtas APPtasthroth Appealsthrough
through throth Judge Jud Cullcn Clen In the recent recnt Stedeker Stedekercase Stdeker Stdekercu
case cu declared decared that the right of tho race racetrack rac racetrack ¬
track trac to t accept acpt the increased Incad feet tee provided providedthat provdd provddthat providedthat
that no voucher be b given Iven for the bets btl made madewas ilde ildewal madewas
was authority to carry carryon on poolselllng polllnA book bookmaking boo bookmaking
making and gambling lamblnl without withut written writtenvouchers writen writenyucher writtenvouohersand
yucher vouohersand vouchers and thus a cleat ceatdefano oleSdeflanoe defiance of the State StateConstitution StateConsitton StateConstitution
Constitution Consitton if I done within the fences rene of a aracetrack aratrack aracetrack
racetrack ratrack If I done without wihout th th the fence tenc a apenalty apnaty apenalty
penalty pnaty for felony of Imprisonment In State Stateprison Stateprllon Stateprlaon
prison must be b Inflicted Infice so s that In effect t1tct for forall toral forall
all al these the years fer the vice of gambling tlmblna and the theracetrack theractrack theracetrack
racetrack ractrack conducting cnduclnt the same Alie are all per permitted pr prmit permitted ¬
mitted mit to t have the th monopoly monoplY of carrying lrrylla on ona ona ona
a veritable roulette gambling gamblng game Iame the thehorses thehorss thehorses
horses horss being blnt but the living Ivlnl numbers numbrs of the theWheel thoWhel theWheel
Wheel Whel of Fortune FortuneThere Fortune1here FortuneThere
There Is I absolutely no penalty penal provided providedfor
for the defiance defance of the Constitution ConsUutlon within withinthe withinthe
the racetrack racetrok and even the horses laugh laulb at atthe atthe atthe
the Idea that their breed bree Is being belnl improved improvedby
by running around a racetrack racirtck to t determine determinethe detemine
the result rtult of the fabulous sums that are arewatered orewaeered arewagered
watered In defiance defance ot decency and Ind law 1 w The Thenocalled Thefocaled Thesocdlled
nocalled focaled penalty being b lni the right of the loser loserto loserto
to recover re oer from the winner a repayment repaymentof repment repmentor
of the money staked stked if I lie sent IeIl fit tt to sue In Ina Ina Ina
a civil cll action acton though neither neitherof of them Is pun punished punIshed punIshed ¬
ished In In any D manner because bccluse Ir the winner winnerwith wlnler wlnlereomp wInnerin
in eomp compelled le to pay ar the IORerhe part parts only onlywith onlywith
with that which he has never lawfully lwfuly re received received received ¬
ceived and the loner 0ger can never be punished punishedfor punishedto
for to liecould never be compelled compell to pay po when whenhe 1hen 1henh whenhO
he h ha h haS never received reoelve any winning wlnnln Funny Funnylaw Funnylaw Funnylaw
law IMII II It Think of the law allowing allowinggambling alowlnl allowInggamblIng
gambling lamblns on on one Aide lde of o toe street stree without withoutpTinltj withoutp withoutpennlty
pTinltj p nlY end making mnklnl It a felony on the other otherside otbersldr othersIde
side sldr of the street streetOov Itrret ItrretGov streetUov
Oov Odell Odelbhowr however did take part Prt In help helpgiving
In ins the Oam Oarnbllng Inr T Trust t In 110 1902 h he sltned sltneda signed signeda
a blllvlnl bIll giving to the Jockey Jooke Club the sole Il power powerto
to approve certificates certltcatM or Incorporation Incorporaton of ofracing orraclnl ofracing
racing raclnl nnd breeding associations a 8cIRtlnn The me memorial me memorlal ¬
morlal which I will wi send nd to the tit Legislature IegUlntureand Lllllnture Lllllnturennd
and also alo distribute dlitrlbute publicly publc will wi contain in indisputable Indlpltble IndispuVible ¬
disputable dlpltble facts factt snowing 111Inl that that raretrnok raretrnokgambling rlutrnkInmblnA racetroekgambling
gambling InmblnA not nt only violate the thr Constitution Constitutionof onltltutlon onltltutlonor
of this thll Htnta Slnt but nlao den I the thl Federal Constitu Constitution Con Constltittion ttl ¬
tion rind Is II conducted under InMr nn unAmeri unAmerican unAmplcn ¬
can cn and Ind unequal unpQulllw law nnn II Is n the th only legally lernllyprotected legallyprotected Plnly Plnlyprotect
protected protect trust trult In this tbl country tour tourarticle Yourarticle our ourarlole
article arlole which I now criticise crltlolsC says saysIn AOI saysIn
In view Icw of the fact that the th racetrack racellck yielded fltldtdfn yieldedoonoo
fn 1200000 oonoo to the State Stat Ian year pr In the b shape of the theregular therellllr theregular
regular rellllr mate Stat tax It 1 U L surmised lrmll 1 that Mr Stein Steinhardts Iltln Iltlnh1dt Steinhnrc1t
h1dt hardts new 1 plan of attack atAk will wi not nt find Ind much muchfavor mucbfavor muchfavor
favor with wth the legislators legislatorsNow I legijlatorsNow ehlatnNow
Now Mr fr Editor I do not assume that the thelegislators th th1f thelerlelators
legislators 1f IIRt of tf thi thIe State Rtnu Arl are tf prepared prpplrl to om oornmit < > ommlt
mlt a I violation of their oaths Othl of office They Theyswear ThpySWP Theyswear
swear SWP they the will wi support and nd defend dpfend the Con Constitution ConItuton Conititution ¬
stitution of th the united I fitnt States and nfthi nfthiState of tM tMAtte theState
Ituton State Atte of New York And will wl they not hurl hurlbuck hlrl hlrlback hurlback
back ouch lch An n Infamous IntfmOI1 charge and prove proveby prtve prtveby proveby
by their th4lr nctfon tfn that tht they thl nr lre are honest bonHtmen bonHtmenand men menand menand
and believe Acton in sustalnlnn sustatnlnl tho fundamental fundamentallaws fundamentI fundamentIWI
laws WI bplee upon lptn which rent rft this thl republic rfplbln and andthl andhIl endthis
The Constitution Conlttnton and the he Guiltless Golttl In the thenognrs theOOIOt thelegate
legate OOIOt Gallery GalleryTo
To THE Eoiron or Taut SUNSir The TheEighth Th TheEighth
Eighth Amendment Arendmrnt to the Constitution Conatuton of the theUnited theUnltd theUnited
United States Slalls U II 01 1 follows followsExcessive folol fololFaeMvr followsExCessive
Excessive FaeMvr ball bal shall hallo not be required nulrP nor no excessive excessivefines ucelve ucelveIn eresslveOnes
fines In Imposed nor cruel and unusual punishments punishmentsIndicted plnLhmenL plnLhmenLInlieled punishmentsInflicted
Indicted IndictedThe Inlieled InlieledThe InflictedThe
The Constitution ConAttuton of this thll State Stlp In Section Secion S Sof 1 5of
of Article AUde I contains ntaIn these thS words wordsExcessive wordsExcessIve ord ordEJceMlve
Excessive EJceMlve bill bal shall sbal not h M required r qlired nor excessive excessivefines tlcehe tlceheInelmlosel excessivefines
fines Inelmlosel Imposed nor shall hal cruel and unusual punish punishments punlhmcnt punishmeats ¬
meats mcnt be Indicted nr witnesses wtnesc be unreasonably unreasonablydetained unreuonablyd unreasonablydetained
detained detainedNeither d detainedNeither talaed talaedNflther
Neither Nflther of these thfae constitutional nltut on I provisions provisionsin prolllcns prolllcnsII
in II restricted reatrlcld In Ua Is operation operaton to a particular particularclass particularclas particularclass
class clas of citizens cllzene It I Is startling startnl therefore thereforeto therprort
to read that the Court of Appeal PPlale can find fnd no noway noway noway
way In which whih to grant nnt relief reler to an Innocent Innocentman InnoCnt InnoCntman Innocentroan
man whoso whol portrait portrit and measurements m Aur mentl are areIncluded lr areIncluded
Included Indlded In a record of criminals maintained maintainedby
by the State StateIn Stt StateIn
In effect rloct this thl Innocent Ino nt man Is enduring a acruel acruellnd acruel
cruel cruellnd and nd unusual punishment punlahmlnt In Inbeing being hlnt thus thusezpoued thul titusexposed
exposed ex POed as a felon In the ompany of other otherfelons Oher Ohertelons otherfelons
felons a I punishment Inflicted Infkted because brlul of oferror oterror oferrors
committed by the States agents
error upon uponbis upn upnhis uponhis
his trial tria a punishment cruel cr1 and unusual unusualfor unulualror unusualfor
for an innocent Innoent man and not less Itas a punish punishment punllhment punishrnent
ment because hcalSt It I It II called cled keeping keeplnr a I record recordIf reord reordt
If t this punishment punlabtpnt can be inflicted Inlcpd upon upn a acitizen I acitizen
citizen ciizen under undtr another nnothtr name nmt why can cn not any anyform anJ anyform
form of torture be b practised prllsed by the tht authori authorities authorites authorities ¬
ties tes If It be called ald something somttling else el11 A prlwmer prlwmermight prtwnermight pricnermight
might bo beaten tJuten and the tic practice pracl called calledphysical caled caledphr calledphysical
physical phr lcal culture or he might mll be b frightened frightenedby rrllenfd rrllenfdhy
by horrible sights Iah and the practice pracie called calledpsychological clcd clcdp calledpayohologlcal
psychological p oholoacAlnvestltnton oholoacAlnvestltntonTh investigation investigationTho
The Th State stte would do well wpl to devote all Its Itsattention I itsattention
attention atenton to t those tho whom whol It proves pOV1 guilty and andallow Budalnw andallow
allow alnw those thoi who prove themselves tbemaeht Innocent Innocentto tnnornt tnnorntto
Two To Version nlou of the Gettysburg GeUJblr Address AddressTo Addrf
To f mu SB il EDITOR or TUB Tu Son SUNlr sir It I has h come to tomy tomJ toucy
my mJ notice nolce that tbC there are two slightly slhty different dllerent vet versions vetstone er erslol ¬
stone slol of Lincoln Lncoln Gettysburg OeI1sbur < speech to be found foundla
la books that rank M authorities The
bk1 Iha aUlhorltes speech as asgiven a asgiven
given rivenlll In Henry n J Raymond RYmond The Llf Li Life aari al Public PublicServices PUblc PUblcl PublicSeMces
Services l rC of Abraham Lincoln LncJta New Ne York mis miscontains 11 1Mgcontains
contains the be following phrases phrus Fourscore Fourr and andseven andeen andseven
seven yean year ago our fathers faben brought bruhl forth forb upon 11 this thiscontinent thlcontnenl thiscontinent
continent contnenl have hv consecrated Cleralc It 1 i far ta above our ourpawer ourfwe ourpower
power fwe to add adl U I Is for us the b living Uvr rather to be bededicated b bededIcated
dedicated dedicate and ad finally fnalr of the people pople by ly the thepeople tbepope thepeople
people pope ana I for the people peple U In Nicolay and ad Hays Haysmonumental Hay Haymonumentl haysmonumental
monumental monumentl ten te volume biography of Lincoln Lincolnhowever Lncoln Lncolnhowever Lincolahowever
however appears appaf a facsimile facsImie of a copy cpy of the thepueb thepuebla speech speechIn
In President Prsldec Lincoln LncDln own handwriting bandwrtaf In which whlohupon whichupon bloh blohupon
upon Is replaced rplad by on the word WDr poor por U I Lain LainserIeS In Inserted InMned ¬
serIeS before beDr power a comma Is Introduced Inlrouced after afterrather afer aferralher afterrather
rather and ad the tb conjunction cnnjUnclon and U I omitted omittedfrom olUle omIttedfrom
from trm th th the phrasa plr and Ind for the people pople The Warner WarnerLibrary Warer WarerLbral WarnerUbrary
Library Lbral and the Important Imprant collections eoleclola of oration orationReed oraton oratonReedi orationsReed
Reed BrewerS Brr Lodgtt L all al au give the Raymond Raymondversion Rymond Rymondvenlon Raymondversion
version excepting uceptDC that Ihaltley they Insert Inerthe the comma cmma after afterrather aler alerralher afterrather
rather Brewer Drwer alone aDne notes not any alternative alternativereadings alenalve alenalvereadlne alternativereadings
readings and he h mentions menlons none of those tbOo In 1 the Ub SAc facsimile lacalmle SAcsimile ¬
simile almle except excepllhe the phrase pbra our poor por power Is there thereany Ib thereany re reanJ
any anJ way of determining delerlnnr exactly euly what words WDra the thePresident tbePrsdenl thePresident
President Prsdenl did use ua at Gettysburg T II I S SNEW SNn SNow
NEW HAVE HAII Feb ID IDSllrer 188unr 15Sliver
Sliver Bullion BIUon for Small 8mal Country Cal Bank BankTo BakTo BanksTo
To TH TUI vita > Korros EDIOR or 0 TKS SON 3Vr 555Sir sir Several verl days daysago da daaiD daysago
ago bank bnk cracksmen trlmen held bele up a village and robbed robbeda rbbed rbbeda
a little Jlle bank bak of f 113000 1130 Aa Al that hal amount of money m0e m0eIn
In silver sivor weighs wtllb about abut ten lel hundred bundr pound puod avoir avoirdupois avlr avlrdupol avoirdupds ¬
dupois It I ii plain Plia enough that lbl the bank bnk people peoplemight pople poplemlrhl peoplemight
might have guarded aared their tber treasure traureranstobber traureranstobberby against robbery
by keeping keeplnl It Illnvetel Invested la silver elvr A bundle bunde of bills billscan bil billscan
can be b carried carred under the arm ar but a half bll ton oa of ofliver Dflver ofsIlver
liver lver would wDud require requre a truck truckI trok trokt
I am not uC attempting atmplnr an argument In favor of ofsilver 01lvcr ofsliver
silver lvcr but am merely meel trying to point out how the thecountry Ibecouatn thecountry
country couatn banker bke can beat btt protect his hi money agaliui agaliuicracksmen agaln agalncracksmen ral ralcrakmen
cracksmen crakmen u R I INEW n nNaw HMw
NEW YORK YOR Feb 17 17fitevento 1 1ftennl UStevsnos
fitevento ftennl Stevsnos First Fee FeeFrom FeeFrom FeeFrom
From lite IDI onion Kiprtii KiprtiiSr Prpru PrpruSr
Sr Sr A Gelkle lecturing I at the Workingmen WorklngmensCollege WorklnrmensColere WorkingmenCollege
College Colere on 0 Saturday Saturay mentioned mentoned that on one oc occasion 0 occasino ¬
casino the he mother of the late lalf Robert taut lu Steven Stevenson Rteenon Steveneon
son on drew his attention atl81101 to a gold old coin she sle was wear wearIng wearInr wearing
Ing on her watch chain and explained that It 1 was waathe Wi wasthe
the he novelist novl flnt 1m brief bre fee fe as a barrister ImaCer of the theScotch theScotch ho hoBeotb
Scotch added Beotb the Court Cr he lecturer letrr And Ad probably prbabl It 1 wu his ii only 0 on onadded ot otadded one oneadded
Indignant Protests Potnt Against the Reference Referenceto Reerne
to 0 Her 1f by Dr Parkhurtt ParkhurttTo I
To TIlE TiE EDITOR or TUB SUN HUNSir Sir Your Yourreport Yourreprt Yourreport
report of a sermon srmon by b the Rov Charles II IIPurkhurst 1 IiParkhurst
reprt Parkhurst delivered delvpred On D Sunday last repre represents rf rpresante pre prent ¬
sents nt him as allylnt saying Aa to his Abraham IAbrahamLnc1J AbrahamLincoln AbrahamLlncoI4
Lincoln Lnc1J mother moter Nancy Nanc Hank Haks the kindest kindesttreatment kld kIndesttreatmeSt A
treatment we e can c give tlve her I Is to t write writ her with withan wItha withan
an a Interrogation IDtrrotton point pint and let le her go goAt 10At goAt
At this lute lt day dayauch luch ucb a published pubU bM statement statementshould statementshould ttm nt ntshould
should not rot bo b allowed al we to t past pIS unchallenged unchallengedand unhal nle
and uncontradicted uncntadicte Caroline CaroUe Honk Hak Hitch Hitchcock Hltehoot Hitchcock
cock oot In her monograph mnoarapb Nancy Hank Hakl by bysetting b bletnt bysetting
setting letnt forth a copy of the will wl of Nancy NancyHonksa NAcj NAcjHaks Nanc Nancliankss
Honksa Haks father tather1 In which the was wasecrlz recognized as ashit a ahis ashis
his daughter daulhtr and shared share equally equaly with b h bbrothersand r rbrothers
brothers brother brothersand and sisters sters in I his estate etat estateby by b a aeopy copy op of ofthe oftbe 4 4the
the marriage marrlate marriagecertlficateofThOcnasUncolsand marriagecertlficateofThOcnasUncolsandNancy certificate crtfcat of Tnoma Lincoln Lnol and andNancy andNancy
Nancy Hank lanll and ad by the affidavits mdnlt a as 1 to totbe totbe tothe
tbe birth of Abraham Abraam Lincoln Lnol three te years yearsafter yeafaartr yearsafter
after artr the date dat of such marriage has ha con conclusively cn cncUllvel conelusIvely ¬
elusIvely cUllvel anwered and ad entirely entirly disproved disprovedthe dlprove
the slurs cast upon the mother moter of Abraham AbrahamLincoln Abraar AbrahamLincoln
Lincoln Unol In the biography bl08aphy of Lincoln Lincl by byNioolay b bNlolay byNioolay
Nioolay Nlolay and Hay lay It Is declared declaredAll declr
All Al accounts ucunl represent rprsnl her lancnks Nancy hancyfinaks Hanks Lincoln Lncnlnl Lncnlnla Uncnlnlas
01 a a handsome haa40me young woman woA of 13 of appearance appearanceand apparanre apparanreaad appearanceand
and Intellect Inlelec superior lupror to t ber owlY fortunes forune She Shecould Shecld Shecould
could cld read n and write wrlrs writea a remarkable rma rable accomplish accomplhlimem accmplhh accmplhhm accomplishment
mem m nt In her circle clrced circleand and even taught her he husband husbandto buban
to form tDr the letters leter of his hi name nameThe nameThe nameThe
The Hon laaac N Arnold Arold a 1 person persnal pesonal friend friendwrote trl friendwrote ndJ
wote Lincoln LincolnMrs Llnol LincolnMrs wrote in his critical critcal and authentic authento life le of ofLincoln DI DILlnol o oLincoln
Mrs Lloco n the mother oi 0 I the President Prsdel Is Said nldto Saidto Id Idto
to have LI been In her youth outb a woman of beauty beautySie heartyShe beautyShe
She Sie win by nature ntur refined lne and of far more mor than thanordinary thfn thfnorinr thonordinary
ordinary Intellect Intlel tier tter friends rred spoke pke of her htrbdn a abeing abeIng
orinr being bdn a person of marked mared and decided character characterShe chaaclcr chaaclcrSe CharacterShe
She taught prsa her ler husband as s well wel as a her tiin tiinAbraham snAbraham 10 10Abrbam
Abraham Se Abrbam to road and wrttc wrte fine fht wan WI a woman womanof wtman wtmanof womanof
of deep dtp religious r feeling IctJnlJ of the rac mcg exemplary exemplarydevoted u exemplarycharacter mllli
cbartcr character rlrlDu and m Moit tfnDcry tecuierty al1 and atetonltlv atetonltlvdrot affectlonctely affectlonctelydevoted
devoted drot to her family famiy Her home tnrtl tnrtlcated Inll Inllcaled Intlcated
cated a degree deCle of taste tate and a love of beauty b luty ex exceptional tlceptonalln ezceptlonal ¬
ceptional ceptonalln In the wild wid settlement stteent In which whcb ahe avert avertNow DvedSow DyedNow
Now from Abraham Lincoln Ilnoln we have hfA his histestimony hl hltstmony hitestimony
testimony In mature life that all al that tha I am amor amor amor
or tstmony hope hop to be I owe to t my angel mother motherHARI motherflnny motherIfAItRY
Burnto i Feb 16 16Unnr 16To 16To
nCFFLO 11 11To
To TUB TiE EDITOR or THE Sfx StNSi Sir In the thoremarkable Ihf Ihfremrkablo theremarkable
remarkable remrkablo sermon ermon of Dr Charles Charlfl H I Park Parkhurst Parkhurat Parkburst
hurst on the immortal Immortll Lincoln Lincln be spoke of ofhi orh othis
hi h his father a as distinguished distnguished for nothing KO KOmuchaablsshiftlessness somuchaahisahiftleasnees o omuch
muchaablsshiftlessness much as hil shlte neM and as to tolfis hit mother motherNancy mothtrNancy motherNancy
Nancy Hanks the kindest treatment trtatmtot we WI mn mngive sn sngive n nIvl
give Ivl her lie added ldded Is to writ writ her with wih an anInterrogation 11 iiiinterrogatIon
Interrogation point and let her go goWould goWould
Interrolaton Would Dr parkhurat have hv dared g to utter utterthose uler ulerthoso litterthose
those Woud words ordl In the presence preenC of Abraham AbrahamLincoln AbrahamLlncn AbrahamLincoln
Lincoln Llncn or of his hIl son Robert fDbrt T 1 I Lincoln LincolnWas LlnlnW LincolnVasi
Was W it the time or the place plac to Introduce Introduceto Introurp Introurpto
to the public the UI skeleton In the closet cOt If Ifthert If Ifthere ifthere
th publo
there thert In one of the humble home hme of Gbdi GbdiFvcry GbdPrildenU CbdPreIdent
PrildenU PrildenUEvery Every Intelligent Intslltnt mind and Christian Chrl tan helt heltholds heart heartholds neArt neArtholds
holds sacred Ncred the memories of father and andmother andmothpr andmother
NBW NIW Yons YO I Feb leb 15 ISTo 15To 15To
To THE EDITOR or Tn T The Sex SUNSir fcTfr With Withsorrfw Wih Wihsorr Witheorijw
sorr sorrfw w and Indignation Indll ton I read rad the gratuitous gratuitousInsuft ratuiloul ratuiloulInsuft gratuitousinsult
Insuft offered rlred to the parents Plrnte of Abraham AbrahamLincoln Abrbam AbrbamLincoln AbrahamLincoln
Lincoln under the thE guise ull of an au In Memoriam MemorlamWa MemoriamSrmon iemoriamSermon
Srmon Sermon prcachtd preached by Dr Iarkburt Iarkburta Parkicuret ParkicuretVas al
Wa Vas a there not enough tDulh In tbe life lre of that thatgreat thl thatgreat
great Ireat and good too man to furnish turnls matter matterfor mattr mattrfor matterfor
for a dozen such sermons IrmOS without dragging draggingIn dralKln dralKlnIn
In his parent Ilrent unatithentlcnted nnalthlnt < ttd misdeeds mlsdeodtSuch ml misdeedsSuch e
Such a character cbnraCpr as a Lincolns Linclns U not made or oracquired oracquired
acquired lue1 Good must he b > latent Ilttnt In a man to be bebrought hbroulht Febrought J
brought broulht out nnd If I nobility nobity I Is not Do Inherent Inherentwhat Inherenlwh inherentwhat
what wh t In this thll world can Can teach It Ithe I itIfnothincofgnodcnul4be
Ifnothincofgnodcnul4be nothlnl of ould b Mid by DrP DrPftrk DrPftrkhurst rk rkhurt
hurt hurst I 01 Lincoln 10 plrnll parents why say anyttlol anyttlolt anything anythingIt
It t all WIK Vs It it IOt hot enough nol b to hav have hadluch hadluchman a aman
man 11 DOlA Does hp forlt forget t tiat at the Maat Master whom whomhe whomhe
he professes to tl rv Himself Hlm 1 of 1 lowly 10IYbirth lowlybirth
1 birth prOlp and ad that 111 1 enemies 4ntmlfA by no mean re regnrded rparded yegarded
gnrded His mother ns th the pur pure and holy holywoman hol holwoman holywoman
woman that we regard her herI hlr hlrI
I do not know WI whAt Dr r rkhurtii PAkhum all allIud atti attituda ttl ttlttide
ttide Iud of mind In or how he h reconcile r ccl1 such Ich a asermon I asermon
sermon with Christs Chrlll teaching hilt hit It It t teem teemto utma seemSto
to Irmon me to wih M rx parallel PArRI1 with that thl of the thl Pharlewho Phru Phruwho pharisee phariseewhn
who stood Itoo In the market and prayed Irld fled OodI 00
I thank thlnk thee thl that thn I urn 1m not a aa other men Dn ae aeNiI are areNow re reNBW
Now NiI VoilE Feb is 1 Av A Aura AUKNMR AUJN AUJNIR AuraMR
How Uncle t Sam1 ams Seed Were Sown by a aLodge aLodge
Lodge of Elk ElkTo ElksTo
To THE EDITOR or THB BntSir Your Youreditorial
1 editorial In today issue relative to peed peedmn seedsmen
mn statesmen and nd seedless eedle s statesman tatem n r rcalls re recalls >
calls sn Incident that occurred a couple of ofyears ofyears
years ago o In the Worcester Lodge of Elk Elkthat Mikethat
that Illustrates the great value of Seed eed dl dltrlbutlon dii diitribution
trlbutlon by the Government OovernmentThe
The Hon John fl Thayer harboring the theIdea theidea
Idea that the Elks must be a body of farmer farmeror
or perhaps thinking that to send a lot to A Abody abody
body of people wan the easiest way to get rid ridof ridof
of hi his steeds sent two large mall sacks filled filledwith filledwith
with packages of seed to the lodge lodgeWhen lodgeWhen
When the order of business reached Read ReadIng SteadIng
Ing Communications Hilly Lancaster the thesecretary thescretary
secretary Mid that tin had a communica communication communication ¬
tion addressed to the lodge from the Hon HonJohn HonJohn
John fl Thayer but that with the permission permissionof
of the Exalted Ruler he would defer the read readIng readIng
Ing of It a few moments mom nta The Exalted Bnler Bnlergranting Billergranting
granting the permission Lancaster rnneasterwent went Into Intothe intothe
the anteroom to emerge presently dragging draggingthe
the two stuffed mall sacks behind him himHe himlie
He advanced to the altar In the centre of the theroom theroom
room and nd there opened the sack With a aface aface
face wreathed with smiles he commenced commencedthe
the distribution of the package to the hun hundred hundred ¬
dred or more brothers within the lodge The Thesmile Thesmile
smile on Lancaster face showed that John Johnft johnii
ft had made a vote the shufUIng of his hi feel feelabout feetabout
about the room was the only sound to dis disturb disturb ¬
turb the silence n as a paternal Government GovernmentJohn GovernmentJohn
John R Thayer agent distributed eus eustenance us ustenance
tenance and opportunities to its people peopleOne peopleQne
One of the first brother to profit by the dis distribution clistrlbutiou ¬
tribution opened a package and found beans beanshe beanshe
he made A slim to other and while Lan Lancaster Lancaster ¬
caster distributed the brotfiers opened tlulr tlulraokngen tIiirpackages
packages of largd seeds holdIng the packages packagesof aokngene
of small seeds in reserve At last the e distri distribution distrlbution ¬
bution was completed two depleted mall mallsack mclisacks
sack hung over the altar Lancaster dren drenhis drethis
his communication from his pocket prepared preparedto
to rend reedwhenthebrother when the brother who had made th thfirst the thefirst
first signal which had passed from man to toman toman
man shout tim room rose to his feet making makinganother makIngctnothersign
another ctnothersign sign a as he did so soIn soIn
In nn instant the air was filled with peas peMbeans peasbeane
beans Bfld corn nil directed to the man at the thealtar thealtar
altar The largo sized leads that had been beentorn beentorn
torn loose oosi were followed by the packages packagesof
of small seeds Lancaster unable to protect protecthimself protecthimeelt
himself broke for cover and the bombard bombardment bombardJmnt ¬
ment rented but not until John fl had hsulost hadlost
lost hn newly acquired vote voteThe voterhe
The Worcester Lodge of Elk Elks believes em emwelcome emphaticelly
phaticelly in the dIstribution of seeds it will willwelcome
welcome In fart It pine for the next dl dlold dltribution
tribution bitt Billy Lancaster is one ofthose ofthoseold
old barknumber fogies who think It Is a awaste awaste
waste trod as a taxpayer heprotests agaInst galn t the theexpenditure theexpenditure
expenditure He wont bo present when the thunext thenert
next distribution takes place ELK ELKWoncESTEA MirWoncrsrrfi
WoncESTEA Mas Feb IS ISTo 15ho
To Name Republican Horn Lincoln Hall HallTo lullTo
To rat EDITOR or TUB sun Sowsir fur having r resri resricry d dvery
very cry carefully several letters In your you valuaW valuaWpaper valueblepaper
paper on the necessity of the Republican pietY parlyerectlnc pietYerecting
erecting a magnificent and cosily buIlding Inthr Inthrmetropolis in the themetropolis
metropolis of Manhattan where city Slate and amiaatlnnat andnational
national conventions and ratification meetings can canbe canbe
be held I heartily concur with all of their views viewsand Viewsand
and suifestlooj as to the feasibility of such urh an Im Important iiiportant ¬
portant headquarters In this city cityIt cityII
It wovld be advantageous to the Republicans In Inthe inthe
the city and State In all of their future elections electionsand elscttonsand
and as Abraham Lincoln was the Father of re republicanism firpubhicanianc ¬
publicanism and the savior of his country durtnl durtnlthe dirinzthe
the civil war let the mtucrlbfrS and dnnaton to tosurh tosuch
such a patriotic edifice name It when completed completedLincoln completedUncoin
Lincoln Hall Place a life size statue of him over overthe everthe
the main entrance and a mammoth fold f agle over ovnrthe overticS
the statue holding In Its it beak an unbroken chain chaintymbollilnc chainsymbolizIng
symbolizIng unity between the North and South Southas
as emblematic of peace forever foreverI
I verily believe there are a million Republicans RfpubllaaniIn
In tha Empire State who will contribute toward towardinch towardsuch
inch a worthy project projecthfaatZM
HAIUCU RcrcBUCur RcrcBUCurNw7oriKrebl flgfl5ataclJthEw
Nw7oriKrebl Nw7oriKreblFrom hEw Tong Feb 15 15From
From a Fall Head Waller WallerTo Wstterf WstterfTo
To TOT Corroii or Tn Tins Sun 5evSir Sir 1 was surprised surprisedto
to see Marys letter In today pope In regard regardto
to the food will Mary tell tu that what she iU iUat gitt gittas <
at the hotel slot u rood as what she ills at horse konxTAa horseAs
Aa for the Insult If I tell her when she brakes dlihe dlihethat diabsithat
that the dining room aim a alone slonequarrytathat slonequarrytathatan quarry I that thatan
an Insult Or II I tell her to rive her clapper a aday aday
day off when I see her chlnnln u In > the middle of he herush lieritshLsthst
rush ritshLsthst la that an Insult liwullfNow Insultrlow
Now about that table It H true that I naIled natletlIt
It to the floor but the reason Mary five I ii away awayoff awayoff
off This here la the real reason and I am prepared preparedto
to make my aflydavlton It The table was carryln carrylnon
on a desprlt flirtation with another table and I Ithought Ithoughtitwouid
thoughtitwouid thought It would eLrw and no 1 nailed It downncft downncftnut downSetBut
nut what concern Is this of ofMarysT MaryV I with people peoplewould peoplewould
would mind their own blwnfss blwnfssMaybe bissnessMaybe
Maybe Mary thinks she was born a Duchess Duchesionly Duchessonly
only w wan changed at miss but I guess ness nit Id Idrive Idgive
rive M Mary ry a tip to stop areadln of romantlck romantlckflckshun romintiekflcksbun
flckshun and say her prayers If she will Ill gar garanUa garantis
antis ah she wont feel near so ranch of a martyr u uah asabe
ah abe does now TM Baas WAim WAimBaoonr WAJTIDaoogvne
Baoonr Feb U
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