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of Congress Congess in the Presidential Preidential years yearslince yeareilnce
lince and ad including IBM are given in inthe Inthe inthe
the subjoined table reading downward downwardtoward downwsd downwsdtoward downwardtoward
toward the past pastISOO pat paatrIgno
ISOO 10 Fiftysixth Flrlxb Congress First SessionJune Seloo June 1 7J8M 1IB 1ie
J8M IB Fiftyfourth Flttourh Congress Cnrrus First Ilrst SessionJune Sealoa Seuton JuDe II IIJN2Fiftysecond ItIPOI
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130 11 Fortysixth ForlyslUh Congress Second SessionJune SeslonJune 16 161D78 18ni t t17c
1D78 ni Fortyfourth Forttourh Congress CnrreS First firt SessionAuglB SessionAuglB1W3 Susloa AurI8 AurI8JI AuriSlrq2
1W3 JI Fortysecond Congress Conr s Second cond Session SeMloaJune June 10 10ISM 10I
1 ISM I Fortieth Forlelh Congress Conr S Second Iccond Session Sesloo July Jur J7 J7IBM Z ZIB 771G4
IBM IB Thirtyeighth Trrelrhlh Congress Cnrres First SessionJuly SessionJulyDuring SesIon July JulyDuring 4 4During
During the past forty years the earliest earliestdate earlest earlestdate earliestdate
date of adjournment of the regular ses sesion sesion seaion
ion preceding a Presidential Presidental election electionhas electon electonha electionbaa
has ha been June 7 and the latest Oct 20 20The 20Te 20The
The mean of all a the adjournments in inPresidential inj inPresidential
j Te Presidential Presidentnl years falls rols exactly ex ly at mid midsummer midsummer midsummer
summer that is on July 1G That point pointin
in the calendar calendnrthererore therefore may be as asturned asBumed nafumed
turned as a marking markingthe the normal time tme when whenthe whenthe whenthe
the members of Congress in a Presi Presidential Presidental Presidentlal ¬
dential dental year finish fnish their th ir work on the thepublio thepublo thepubliobusinessand
publio publo publiobusinessand business and are ae ready to go to tojV totheir toJ
jV J their theirreapectivo respective repectve homes to take part in inthe inthe
4 the politics poltcs of the campaign campaignPresident campaignPresident campaignPresident
President ROOSEVELT is reported to be beAnxious beious beanxious
Anxious ious for reasons reaons directly directy concerning concerninghimself concerninghmseI concerninghimself
himself hmseI an a candidate that the present presentsession presentsesion presentsessIon
session sesion of the Fiftyeighth Congress Congresssbil Congresssbiltermina CongressBh shall shallterminate lL lLterminate
terminate e 1 before fore the end of April Apri or orabout orabout orabout
about forty fort days day before the earliest earlet earliest ad adjolirnment adjolrnment adjotrnment
jolirnment jolrnment in any corresponding coresponding year yearsince yearsince yearlnce
since 1880 18 and seventyfive seventyfve or eighty eightydays eightydsys eightydays
days before the midsummer period priod in indieated indicatd indi
dieated dicatd di ated by the te average of experience experienceThere experence experenceThere experienceThere
There is no precedent of course coure for formicha forf
f micha Il hacriment curtailment of the period of legis legislative legislathe legislative ¬
lative activity aotvit but precedents precedent are rapidly rapidlylosing rapidlyiOing rapidlybeing
losing iOing value vaue and significance slgnifcace at the seat Beatof seatof seatof
of Federal Government If J Mr ROOSE ROOSEVELT ROOSEVEL RoosnVEV1 ¬
VELT VEL is i satisfied sRtsfed that the fiftyseven ffyseven Re Republican Republcan Rep ¬
publican publcan p bican Senators and the two hundred hundredand hunded hundedand hundredand
and seven Republican Republca Representatives Representativeswill Representtves Representtveswl
will wl be more serviceable s to him and ad his hisfortunes hs hsTort hisTorttmnes
fortunes Tort nes and the thirtythree thrtythree Demo Democratic Democratc Democratic ¬
cratic cratc Senators Snatr and the one hundred hunded and andseventyeight ad adIeventyelght axdseventyeight
seventyeight Ieventyelght Democratic Democrto Representa Representatives ReprBsentatyes Repmsentatives ¬
tives tyes less laB dangerous dangerols to t his i destiny destinyaway detiny detinyaway deatinyaway
away from the Capitol than tba in continued continuedsession contnued continuedsesalon
session sesion why should not his wishes wbe be berespected berespctd berespected
respected respctd by the majority majorty If I he thinks thinksthat thns thinksthat
that the situation situaton is is such that public publicquestions publc publicquestions
questions quetons may be discussed discused this th year tober to tobetter tobefter I
better ber advantage advantge on the stump than in inthe Inthe
the legislative legilatve halls hals why whyshowdnot whyshowdnotConge should not notCongress notCongress I
Congress Conge promptly prompty and cheerfully cheeruly ac acqueisoe acquels0 acqueisoo
queisoe quels0 in his decision decisionThe decsion decsionTe decisionThe J
The Te President Peident has ha uttered uttred no threat threatyet threatylt threatyt
yet ylt to adjourn adjour Congress CongeB by Executive Executiveproclamation Executiv Executiveproclamation
proclamation prolaaton if i it fails fals to disperse dipere at the thetime theL thetime
L time flue d by his hisjudgment judgment I
r
i The e D Democracy emocraoy and the TwoThlrdl TwoThlrdlUule TwoThlrdJ
J L Rule UuleNotwithstanding Rulei
4 i Notwithstanding Notthtding the measure meaure of oI suc succeca sucCe sueecu
< ecu Ce attained attaned in Rhode Island Kentucky KentuckyMississippi Kentck KentuckyMisaisaippi
Mississippi Mlsippi Kansas Kan Illinois Ilnoi apd Call Califorcia Cal
4 forcia it is still sti doubtful doubtrulwhether whether the theHearstsBryan thel theHeOXStBZ7LUI
= HearstsBryan l atBrt combination cOqlnt n can manage managetosecure maae maaet manageto
tosecure t to secure more than tha a third turd of the dele delegates delegats dolegates
gates gats to t the Democratic Democratc national natonal con convention conTnton convention ¬
vention Tnton It I must however be acknowl acknowledged acknowlI acknowledged
I edged e g d that tat such a result rsult is possible posible It Itis I
4 is iJlgh ishigh high time therefore thefore in the interests interestsof intrest
of the tbenaton thenation nation without wthout regard rgad to partisan partisanconsiderations parlst partisanconsiderations
considerations consideraton that conservative conervatve Demo Democrats Democrate ¬
crats all al over the Union should shoud begin to todiscuss todicuss totiscuss
discuss dicuss the expediency of abolishing abolshing the thei thetodilrds thetwothirds
i twothirds todilrds rule at St S Louis lest let the theselection theT theselection
T selection slecton of a candidate candidat likely lkely to com command command coinI
I < mand the suffrages su rages of sober minded mindedcitizens mindedciUzens
1 citizens tzn be vetoed yetd by a Popullstio Populsto and andM andialsto
M I Socialistic ialsto minority minorityI
i I I In Republican Republca national natona conventions conventionsthe conventol
the t choice choic of f a nominee for the Presi Preside Presideycy 1 1de1cy
de de1cy deycy cy may be effected efectd by a majority majorty of
1 In Democratic Democrato national natona conven conventions conventon convenIon ¬
tions ton Ion the te formulation fonulatonofhe forrnulationofthe of the platform on onwhich onwJlch onwhich
which wJlch the hepaty party will wl seek the approval approvalpt appaovalotthe I I9f
> pt otthe t < he country cour isbroughtabout is br ught about in the theme thesame
1 > same ame me way Why Wh should the duty d ty of oft ofnc ofobedience
t obedience nc to the will wi of the majority majorityi
4 i vWcli1 Vhr hki hi J8 is recognized recgnized by Democrats Democrat so sofar sofar sofar
far far as the definition defniton of their political politicalVH poltca
VH ef t1 principles prnciples is Concerned be abjured by bythem bytem bythem
them tem when the man who is ik to personify personifythoBexprinciples pronfy pronfytholprnciples personifytbosprinciples
thoBexprinciples tholprnciples is selected selectd Is not the thelatter th thIatter thelatter
latter functibn functbn at least leat as 1 important importnt as asthe 1 asI
I the former Hasa HI Has a minority mlnorityany any more moret moreright
t right rght to thwart the wishes of oChe the majority majorityin majoty
in into the One case cae than in the other The They Theqtiestions
y 1 questions quCtonR answer anwer themselves themselvesVhy themselvesf themselvesWhy
f t Why then thenshouldthe should ehoudtho the rule rle making maing the thesupport theKUpportor thesupportof
support KUpportor of twothirds of the delegates delegatesrequisite delegats delegatsrt delegateaxequtsite
rt requisite < qulsle for the he selection selecton of oranominee oranomineelpr anominee anomineeConger
4 lpr pr the Presidency be tlerate tolerated any anylonger any1onger
Conger in a 1 Democratic Democrtc national natona onven convention onvenon onvention
tion on There is nothing to be said for the therule therle therule
rule rle except that it is i old Ithas I It ha has been beenf
if 1 followed for abqut seventy seventyyea years It Itwas Itw Iti
i < was w s originally originaly adopted under the im1 im1prefwion Im ImprCion impresaion
prefwion prCion that the sectional sectonal interests Interest of ofi oftho
i I tho ho slaveholding States Sttes required the theassertion theaArton theI
I assertion aArton on their part of a veto eto power powerwith powerwith powerwith
with reference to the choice of ofa a nominee nomineefor
for the Presidency Presidencyjfi Presidencvt
I C jfi Only by Southern Sout < rn Democrats Democrts how howa howver howfr
r a fr ever t ver wan such a aveto veto power demaded demanded demandedXo demandeddemand
Xo 0 demand of the kind was wa ever pressed pressedby presed presedI pressodlv
by I y Southern Souther Vvhigs on the national natonal cpa cpnVejitlomi cnI cpat
I Vejitlomi VetOII of their party Ygt Y t it does not notW not notj
W j appear appar that Whig 111g nominations nomilatonR were less lessjudicious lessjudlcous lessjudicious
judicious judlcous because they could culd be made madeby madb madeby
by b bare majorities majoriieR while whie on the other otherVVY
VVY h r had hand there Is reason to think hink that on ontwo onI ontwo
I two memorable occasions occllons the enforce ehforcemcnt
4 1 O e meat of the twothirds rule in Demo Democratic DemoI Democratia ¬
I cratic TaUo conventions co ention W waR R fatal fRt 1 to party partysuccess pnt pntU party14Ut
success successHad 14Ut U oess oessHad R
Had Ha not MARTIN VAN BUBEX nun x in 1814 1814been 18Hheendeprhed 1844been
been heendeprhed deprived by the twothirds rule ruleof rulenf ruleim1
of the th nomination nOluinuton to which hich his majority majorityin majoriy majoriyIn
in the convcnton convention morally morly entitled lntted him himhe himhe himhe
he wouldhavnbecn wouldihleben elected more easily easilythan eusly euslyUla easilythan
than Ula was JAMKS JAm 1C 1 i PoLK and he would
not have blveheaded headed four yearn yea later latr tb the theBarnburner thee theeBarnburner I IBaburner
Barnburner Baburner revolt rvol which caused caus the thedefeat thedefeat thedefeat
defeat of LEWIS LEWS CABS the Democratic Democraticnominee Demorato Demoratonominee Democraticnominee
nominee for the Presidency PresidencyHad Prsldenc PrsldencHad
Had not STEPHEN A DOUGLAS DOUGLS in 1860 1860been 186 1860been
been barred bared by tho twothirds rule from fromthe fromthe i
the nomination nominaton to which the preponder preponderance ¬ I Iance
ance of his supporters in the Charleston Charlestonconvention Charlestonconvention I Iconventon
convention conventon fairly entitled entted him he would wouldas
as 1 an analysis anaysis of the votes cast cat in the thefollowing thefolowing thefollowing
following folowing November demonstrated demontatd have havebeen havben havebeen
been ben chosen Presidentof President or the United UnitedStates Unitd UnitdSttes UnitedStates
States Sttes In that tbatevent event there would have havebeen havebeen havebeen
been no secession and no civil civi war Do DoSouthern DoSoutber DoSouthern
Southern Soutber Democrats Democrat think that their theirfathers theirrather theirfathers
fathers rather gained glned anything by the enforce enforcement enforcemeat ¬ i iment
ment of the twothirds rule on that thatoccasion thatoccllon thatoccasion
occasion occasionNot occllon occllonNot occasionNot
Not only is I the twothirds twothirs rule rle an anobvious anobvious anobvious
obvious violation of the fundamental fundamentalDemocratic rundamentl rundamentlDemocratc fundamentalDemocratio
Democratic Democratc principle that a majority majorityshould majorityshould majorityshould
should rule but it Is in flagrant fagrant con contradiction contradiction contradiction ¬
tradiction of another usage usge which has haslong hs hslong haslong
long been followed folowe in Democratic Democrato na national natonal national ¬
tional tonal conventions conventon The socalled socle unit unitrule unitrule unitrule
rule is baaed bae on the assumption assumpton that a amajority amajority amajority
majority of the delegates delegats from a given givenState givenSttethough givenStatethough
State Sttethough Statethough though it be b only a majority of or1has of1has
1 1has has a moral right rght to cast cst the whole wholevote wholevote wholevoto
vote of the State Stte in a national natonal convention conventionof conventon conventonor
of the party part It I is when one thinks think of it itgrotesque itgrotesque itgrotesque
grotesque that two customs so essen essentially esen esentaly essentinily ¬
tially taly irreconcilable irreconcllble should have grown grownup grow growup grownup
up within wihin the pale of the same political politicalorganization poltcl poltclorganiztion politicalorganization
organization organiztion From the viewpoint of ofcommon orcomon ofcommon
common comon sense they stand on a very dif different dUferent different ¬
ferent footing rootig The unit rule rle is i a logical logicaldeduction loglrldeucton logicaldeduction
deduction deucton from the essential esental principle principleof
of Democratic Democato government government The two twothirds twothirds twothirds
thirds rule Is n 1 glaring glarng defiant defant violation violationof violaton violatonof
that It had solid solidground solidground
of principle princple never ha any sold soldground
ground for its is existence exstenc even from the theviewpoint theviewpoint theviewpoint
viewpoint of sectional sectonal expediency Even Evenin EvenIn EvenIn
in antebellum anteblum days tho South would wouldhave wouldhae wouldhave
have been bn better btter off of without it i For Foras Foras Foras
as we have shown show it wrought wought that sec section secHon seetion ¬
tion grave gave detriment in i the years yer follow following folow folowing following ¬
ing 1844 18 4 and later dealt it a deadly deadlyblow deadlyblow deadlyblowin
blow blowin in 180 180There 18 18Tere l80There
There Tere is nothing left of the twothirds twothirdsrule twothrds twothrdsre twothirdsrule
rule re except excpt a capacity cpcty for mischief micbier It Ithas Itha Ithas
has ha never ner borne bore any fruit frit except ecpt bitter bitterness biter biterne bitterfleas ¬
ness ne and disappointment disppoitment It is a upas upastree upastree upastree
tree within whoso shadow shaow the hopes hqpe of ofDemocratic ofJ60crato ofDemocratic
Democratic J60crato regeneration regenertion and victory victorymay victor victorymay
may wither witherThe witherThe witherThe
The French Shore ShoreThe ShoreThe ShoreThe
The reports that France has ha effected effectedan efected efectedan
an arrangement with wth England Englad by which whichshe whch whchshe whichshe I
she relinquishes relnquishes her territorial trtral rights rght in inNewfoundland inewoundland InNewfoundland
Newfoundland ewoundland do not furnish details detailsbut detls detlsbut detailsbut
but they appear to t be authentic authentc Inns Inasmuch Ina Inamuch Innsmuch ¬
much as negotiations have been in more moreor moreor moreor
1 negotatons
or less active atve process the reports are ae at atleast atleast I Ileat
least leat credible Such an outcome outome would woulddoubtless woulddoubtless I
doubtless doubteB give rise to sundry new ques questionswhile questonwhie questlonswhile ¬
tionswhile tonwhie disposing of an old one oneBy oneBy oneBy
By the Treaty of Utrecht concluded concludedin
in 1713 173 France Frace secured certain crtin rights rightsin right
in Newfoundland Newroundlad waters and other otherrights otherright otherrights
rights right on the mainland with possession possessionof possesion I Ior
of the islands islad of St Pierre and Miquelon Miquelonoff Miquelonor
off or the south coast coat of Newfoundland NewfoundlandAlthough Newroundand Newroundandtbough NewfoundlandAlthough
Although these acquisitions acqulsion were even eventhen eventben eventhen
then regarded regaded as 8 of sufficient sufcient value vaue and andimportance ad adimprtce andimportance
importance imprtce to make them the subject subjectof
of international iDtrnatonal contract contrat the parties pate to tothe tothe tothe
the treaty had no conception cncption of the im importance importnce impenance ¬
penance portnce which would attach attch to the thefishery thefher thefishery
fishery fher and territorial territora rights righ ts in days to tocome tocome
come
For many years year they have been a asource a80urce asource
source of friction fricton and dispute disput in which whichFrance whch whchFrance whichFrance
France England Englad Canada Caada and ad the United UnitedStates UnitedStts UnitedStates
States Stts have been frequently frequenty and some sometimes sometimes sometimes ¬
times seriously involved The whole wholematter wholemattr wholematter
matter mattr will wl bo simplified simplfe by an adjust adjustment adjustinent ¬
ment transferring tarerng all al territorial tertoria rights rightsfrom rightsfrom
from Franco Frace to England The situation situationhas situaton situatonha situationhas
has ha long been a political poltcal anomaly anomay so far faras faras faras
as general genera British Brtsh interests interest are con concerned concered concorned ¬
corned cernedCanada cered ceredCanada cornedCanada
Canada too has ha a special specia interest interestThis intret intretTis interestThis
This Tis would be resolved in a simple and anddirect anddirect anddirect
direct manner should sould that occur which whichmany whichmay whichmany
many may Canadians Canaian would gladly glaly see seenamely seenamely seenamely
namely the inclusion of Newfoundland Newfoundlandas Newfoundlad
as 1 a Province of the Dominion Domnion This Thisquestion Ths Thsqueton Thisquestion
question queton is pending pndng and may enter entr into intothe intothe
the tle discussions discusion of the present session eBlon of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the Dominion Dominon Parliament ParliamentWhether Parlaent ParlaentWhether ParliamentWhether
Whether Newfoundland remains
remain a aBritish aBritsh aBritish
British Britsh colony or whether it it becomes a apart apat apart
part pat of tho Canadian Canada federation federaton the thoextinction theextincton theextinction
extinction extincton of the ancient acient French Fenoh rights rightsbytransfer rghts rghtsbytransrer rightsbytrnnsfer
bytransfer to t another aotber European Europa Power Powerconcerns Powerconcrl Powerconcerns
concerns concrl us at least lelt theoretically theoretcaly under underthe underthe underthe
the Monroe Monro Doctrine DoctrineReligion Doct DoctrineReligion
rne rneRelgion
Religion Relgion as an Evidence Evldepce of Culture Cultureand Cultureand Cultureand
and Refinement RefinementWe Refnement RefnementWe enedent enedentWe
We quoted yesterday yestrday a very striking strikingobservation strikingobsrvaton strikingobservation
observation obsrvaton by Dr lemon SINGER SIGER a a very verylearned verylearned
learned leaed Jew to the effect eIect that among aong the theorthodox theorthodox theorthodox
orthodox Jews who have come to this thiscountry thisc thisciintry
country c ntr from Russia of recent years and andhave ad adhTe andhave
have hTe crowded into intothe the East Elt Side Ghetto Ghettothe Ghett Ghettothe
the disappearance disapparanc of the religious relgous ole element olementin olementlnthemakeup ¬
ment mentin mentlnthemakeup in the makeup of Jewish Jewsh life le pro proceeds procoeds ¬
coeds ces more rapidly than even among amongthose aong aongthos amongthose
those thos of therace the race of older settlement sttement who whoare whoar whoare
are ar supposed generally generaly to t have drifted driftedaway drlrtd drlrtdaway driftedaway
away most completely completly from fr frbmafl m all nI religious religiousfaith relgious relgiousfath religiousfaith
faith faithDr fath faithDr
Dr SINGER is only one among aong many manyJewish manyJewh manyJewish
Jewish Jewh observers who have pointed out outthis outthis outthis
this very remarkable t tendency to pass passfrom passrrom passfrom
from the extreme of orthodoxy orthooxy to the theextreme theextrme theextreme
extreme extrme of agnosticism anostcism and finally fnany of ofreligious ofrelgious ofreligious
religious relgious indifference indiference Probably it is isamong i Laamong
among aong the younger generation generaton of Jews Jewsthat Jewsthat Jewsthat
that that this thi disposition dispositon is manifested maiested almost almostexclusively almostexclusively almostexclusively
exclusively Here Her in New York hun hundreds hundreds hundreds ¬
dreds of Ghetto Ghett Jews are going through througha
a course coure of education educaton in our colleges cOlege and anduniversities ad adunverities anduniversities
universities unverities which is making maing maklngthem them critical criticalof
of their traditional traditonal faith as 1 an anlnheri anlnheritance inheri inheritance inheritance ¬
tance from a past period priod of superstition superstitionWhen suprtiton suprtitonben superstitionvhen
When ben their race was wa in the beginning begnning of ofits ofIs ofits
its Is intellectual development developmentThat
That is these young oung Jews are following followingthe folowng folowngthe
the drift drif of modern moern scientific scentfo thought thoughtand thoughtad thoughtand
and ad exploration exploraton The more moreeuddenlYthe moreeuddenlYthetransrormaton suddenly the thetransformation thetransformation
transformation transrormaton has ha come for them the themore themore themore
more complete it has been They think thinkthey thinkthey I Ithe
they the have been waked up from delusion delusionemancipated delusionemlncpatd delusionemqncipated
emancipated emlncpatd from thraldom to childish childishsuperstitions chidish chidishsUprsttlon childishstiprstitions
superstitions sUprsttlon and lifted lfed above them into intothe Intothe intothe
the light lght and freedom of a superior Ilperor in intellectual intelectual intellectual ¬
tellectual telectual sphere sphereMeantime sphereMeantme sphereMeantime
Meantime Meantme there comes a protest against againstthis againstthistendenc againstthis
this thistendenc tendency and it is noteworthy that thatthe thattbe thatthe
the utterer uttrer of it is Dr SHVEBJIAN SIrVERMAS of the themore themore themore
more more liberal lberal school of American Jewry Jewr as asit 1 asit
it i was wa known before the rise and progress progressof prOle8
of this Jewish agnosticism agnostcsm In a sermon sermonat seron seronat sermonat
at the Temple EmanuEl on Sunday this thisFifth thl8fih thisFifth
Fifth fih Avenue A venue rabbi spoke contemptu contemptuously contemptuouly contemptuously ¬
ously of agnosticism agnoAtcm saying that from frombeing frombeing frombeing
being regarded formerly formery as a a badge of ofb ofh oft
b
t
h h6n6rad mn n6r r and of f Intellectual intuectahupnortY superiority superiorItyhas k kh It Ithas
has h come come now to be berogarded regarded rgaded as 1 TMan an a evi evidence evidence evidence ¬
dence of intellectual intlectua weakness weaknes or at atleast at atloastof
least loatof loastof of that little ltte knowledgo which is isdangerous a aDangerous adangrous
Dangerous dangerous thing As proof of this thischange ths thschange thischange
observable de decline decln dedine ¬
change he referred to an In observale
cline cln in the consequence conequenc accorded acooded to the thoboasting theboatng theboasting
boasting boatng ranting rantng selfconstituted selconttutd critic criticof crito critoof criticof
of religion religionIf
relgion relgionI
If I such an utterance uterance had come from fromthe fromthe I Ithe
the Orthodox Orhoox Ghetto Gheto it would have have been beentreated ben bentreate beentreated
treated treate as only onl a demonstration demonstraton of a anarrow nnarrow anarrow
narrow inherited Inherit prejudice prejudic but blt when it itcomes itcome Itcomes
of ofFifth orFirh ofFifth
comes come from the fashionable Jewry
Fifth Firh avenue upon which the orthodox orthodoxJews orthoox orthooxJews orthodoxJews
Jews of the Ghetto have been accus accustomed aCCUBtome accustomed ¬
tomed to look with something of con contempt contempt contempt ¬
tome
tempt as a mere shadow of Judaism it itisoffarmoresignificance itis itis
isoffarmoresignificance is of far more signifcnce If I fDr Dr SINGER SINGERis
is correct it is of the nature of a rebuke rebukeby rebukebr rebukeby
by the MuptoWI uptown Ghetto Gheto of the inability inabilityof iabity iabityof
of East Est Side orthodoxy to resist reist the in incursion incursion Iflcursion ¬
cursion of agnosticism agnosticismIncidentally agnostcism agnostcismIncidently agnosticismIncidentally
Incidentally Incidently Dr SILVERMAN SIL ERMA is re reported rePr repQrted ¬
ported Pr to have remarked remarke that religious religiousinfidelity relgious relgiousInfdelty religiousinfidelity
infidelity Infdelty is no longer making headway headwayin hedway hedwayin
in the society socety of culture ctlture and refine refinement refne refnement refinement ¬
ment but is rather beginning to be belooked b belooked
looked looke on as in bad b taste tst and ad an indies indication indic indiestion ¬
tion of a shallow shalow judgment judgent as to the in influences infuences Iflfluences ¬
fluences fuences needed neeed for social development developmentHo development
Ho Io said id very truly trul that tht never was there therea theretme
a time tme when men me of all al shades shdes of belief beliefwere bler blerwefe beliefwete
were as much interested Intereted as now in re religious relgious e eligious ¬
ligious lgious study in worship worhip and practice practiceStatistics pracic practiceStatistics
Statistics Sttstc which would enable enble us to tocompare tocompre tocompare
compare compre exactly exacty the church attendance attendanceof attndanc
of the past with that of the present preent are arenot arenot arenot
not available avaiable but probably it has hs in increased inceae increased ¬
creased ceae proportionally proportonaly rather than thn fallen fallenoff falen falenof fallenoff
off of during the last generation generaton and Dr DrSILVEBMANS DrSILVERMANS DrSILvERMANS
SILVERMANS explanation that polite politesociety pole polesoc politesociety
society soc ty has come to a tacit tct understand understanding ¬
ing that religion relgion is i an evidence evidenc of culture cultureand culure culureand cultureand
and refinement refnement is decidedly worth worththinking worththinking worththinking
thinking about aboutChurchgoing about aboutChurchgoing
Churchgoing Curchgoing as a conventional conventonal social socialobligation socialoblgaton socialobligation
obligation oblgaton may my be said ald to be b at least as asgeneral Mgeneral asgeneral
general as ever and there is no doubt doubtthat doubttht doubtthat
that tht blatant blatnt and aggressive aggesive infidelity infdelty is issocially Issocaly issocially
socially socaly offensive ofeIive Recognition Recogniton of the thosocial thesocil thesocial
social socil importance Imprnce of maintaining maintining re religious relgous religious ¬
ligious lgous worship worhip and observance obervanc is usual usualin usualIn usualIn
in the sphere of society to which Dr DrSILVEBMAN DrSILVERMAN DrSILVERMAN
SILVERMAN refers This may not be bereligious b bereligious
religious relgious faith It may be b an evidence evdence of ofregard ofregr ofregard
regard regr for the form of religion relgion rather ratherthan ratherthan
than thn its it spirit spirt under which is concealed concealedactual concale concealedactual
actual infidelity infdely and it may bo b patron patronage patronage ¬
age of religion relgion rather than belief bler in inreligion Inrelgon inreligion
religion relgon but as 1 a concession cncesion tQ social socialsentiment socialsentment socialsentimentitis
sentment sentimentitis sentiment it itis is full ful of significance significanceFire sigifcnce sigifcnceFire
Fire Plugs and Fire Alarms AlarmsWithin AlarmWithin AlarmsWithin
Within a week sufficient sufcent evidence has hasaccumulated ha haacumulated hasaccumulated
accumulated acumulated to justify justfy the thebelef belief that the thefire thefre timefire
fire fre alarm alam system systm and the water main mainplant mainplat mainplant
plant plat in Manhattan Mahatan are re in urgent ur ent need needof ned nedof needof
of a thorough overhauling overhaulng At a fire fre in inWest inWctTwentyfourth inWest
West WctTwentyfourth Twentyfourth street stret which threat threatened thrcatened threatened ¬
ened to t destroy detroy an a important business businesscentre busine8 businesscentre
centre the fire fre plugs did not furnish furnishenough furish furishenugh furnishenough
enough enugh water watr to supply the engines and andit ad adit andit
it was WI necessary necessar to draw upon a main mainnearly mainnearly mainnearly
nearly 800 8 feet away awa from the fire fre On Onthe Onthe Onthe
the same day the fire fre plugs in the vicinity vicinityof vicnity vicnityof
of blazing warehouse in the lower
a blaing warehous part partof partof partof
of the borough were frozen frozn and on ac account account account ¬
count of this the department depatment was wa de delayed de dolayed ¬
layed l its yed work several severl minutes in getting gettng down to toits toits
Chief Chef CBOKER and Commissioner Commisioner HA HAYES HAYEShave HAYEShave YE YEhave
have declared delard that the electric electrc alarm alarrsystem alarmsystem
systm system throughout troughout the borough is anti antiquated ant antiquated
quated and inadequate Recently Rcenty sev several severa soyeral ¬
eral era alarm aarm boxes boxe have failed raied to work workin workin workin
in cases ca which have come to t public publo at attention attenton attentlon ¬
tention tenton and the number of such failures failuresis raiures raiuresis
is unquestionably unquestonably much larger than is isknown Isknow isknown
known know outside outide the the department departmentHeretofore departmentHeretrore departmentHeretofore
Heretofore Heretrore the splendid efficiency efcienoy of ofthe orthe ofthe
the men in the department has ha always alwaysprevented alwaspreventd alwaysprevented
prevented preventd some of the more serious srious con consequences consequence consequences ¬
sequences sequence that might be expected expctd from frominsufficient fromInsufcient frominsufficient
insufficient Insufcient water watr supply and delayed delayedalarms delayedalarms delayedalarms
alarms but to depend upon their skill skilland ski skilland
and valor to t overcome such disadvan disadvantages dinyan dinyanI disadvantages ¬
tages tge is to invite invit disaster di8ter The installa installation iItla iItlaton installation ¬
I tion ton of an t auxiliary auxia salt water watr service servicewill servicowi servicewill
will wi relieve releve the water watr shortage difficulty difficultyin difculty difcultyin
in some parts of the borough but the thebest thebet thebest
best bet water wtr supply system that can be beinstalled beintaled beinstalled
installed intaled will wi avail avai nothing if i fire fre alarms alarmsare
are not transmitted tramittd promptly promptlyThe prompty promptyTe promptlyThe
The Te expense expnse of a new fire re alarm alar system systemor
or of the alterations atraton necessary to t bring bringthe bringthe bringthe
the existing existng one to the highest highet state Att of ofefficiency ofefcency ofefficiency
efficiency efcency and of such inspections iIpcton and andtests andtet andtests
tests tet of fire fre plugs as a will wi result reult in keeping keepingthem keping kepingthem keepingthem
them always in good god working condi condition conditon condition ¬
tion ton might be large but the cost in inlives inlves inlives
lives lves and property proprty of neglect nglect of these theseessentials theseessentials
essentials essntials of the fire fre fighting fghtng plant will willbe wi willbe
be far greater greaterOne greaterOne greaterOne
One Demon Who Holds Holdl Ills Il Own OwnThe OwnTe OwnThe
The Te year yer ending June 30 3 1903 193 shows showsas howsa
as a the largest larget in our record rcord not only in intotal intotal intotal
total consumption cnsumpton of wines and liquors liquorsof lquors lquorsor
of all al kinds but also in the per pr capita capitaconsumption cpit capitaconsumption
consumption cnumpion The total totl quantity quatty con consumed cn cnsume consumed ¬
sumed sume was 1606645301 1664531 gallons galons an a in increase incre increase ¬
crease cre over the preceding precing year ear of about
07500000 6750 gallons galons The Te consumption consumptionper cnsumpton cnsumptonpr
per pr capita cpit stands at 1009 101 gallons galons com compared compar cornpared ¬
pared par with 1048 10 8 in 1003 1003While 192 192Wie 1902WhIle
While Wie it is probable prbable that the figures figuresgiven fgre figuresgiven
given Iven by the Department of Commerce Commerceand Cmerc Cqrnmorceand
and nd Labor Lbor are ar indicative indictve rather than thanabsolutely thln thlnabolutelyaccurat thanabsolutely
absolutely abolutelyaccurat accurate they stimulate spec speculation spc spculaton speculation ¬
ulation ulaton particularly paricularly as 1 to the consump consumption consumption consumption ¬
tion of wines wine In these the figures fgr for forthe rorthe forthe
the last three thre threeyeamareas years eal are as follows follows1ROI rolows
Golons Golonsle cousns cousnsmsoi
1ROI le 21701140 28791140moon 70110
moon 10 97W4M 4 97W4M190J 7 40
190J 101 39413501 39413501In 343WI 343WIin 59413101in
in In noting notng this strange fluctuation fluctuationthere fuctuaton fuctuatonthere fluctuationthere
there is a disposition disposiion to worer wonder why it itwas itwas itwas
was that this nation naton indulged indul e so freely freelyin freel freelin
in wines in 1002 10 and ad why wh It experi experienced expr experienced ¬
enced encd such a reform in 1003 103 Our wine winehill winehi winebill
hill hi has always been a fluctuating fuctunting item itemin Itemin itemin
in our national natonal expenditures The years renr
1896 1897 189 and 1898 arc ar even more erratic erraticthan erraticthan
erratc erratcthan
than 19011002 191 1901 10 IOO2and and 1801 1801In 193 193In 1903In
In the drinking of malt mal liquors lquol we wedevelop wedevclop wedevelop
develop steadily stadiy and with a a notable notableregularity notablerglaritr notableregularity
regularity rglaritr both in total quantity qlantity con consumed cn cnsume consumed ¬
sumed sume and in per pr capita capia consumption consumptionOf conumpton conumptonor
Of distilled distie spirits splrlt we consumed cnsume a larger largerquantity largerquant largorquantity
quantity quant last year yearS than ever before he for a atotal a atotal
total of 117252148 15218 gallons galons but the per percapita percpit percapita
capita cpit consumption cnumpton has been ben several severaltimes severalIme severaltimes
times Ime equalled equale or exceeded excee in earlier earlieryears earler earlerear earlieryears
years yearsThe yearsThe ear
The Te inference inrerenr from the record rcor is i that thatthe thatthe thatthe
the demon holds his own ow fairly well wel but butdoes butdoes I
does do not score any an remarkable rmarkable success successin slc ss ssin
in converting cnvering us into a nation of drunk drnk drnkI
I
ards A oonteinpiaflonof cntern1onoHhnecr ofthe the record of oftwenty oftwo oftw
twenty two tw ar nty tgalons gallons per Pr capita cpit for 1003 10 will willsurely wi willsurely
surely surly convince cnvc some of our people pple that thatsome tat tatsome thatsome
some of the te others other are ar getting getng more mor than thantheir th ththeir thantheir
their share sbar
Carrying Hooley HooleyThe Hoole Hoolefhe HooleyThe
The Hon DAVID DAVD BENNETT BENNE Bni HILL HIL1 was WI a apallbearer apalbarer apallbearer
pallbearer palbarer at a funeral in Binghamton BinghamtonSunday Bighmtn BighmtnSunda BInghamtonSunday
Sunday Sunda In the evening he held a con conference cn cnrerenc conference ¬
ference rerenc as a dispatch disptch to the New York YorkHerald YorkHerald
Herald tells tels us l S with wih State Stt Committee Committeeman COImltte COImltteman I
man H J JACKSON several sveral city cltyofcals cltyofcalsand officials officialsand officialsand
and about two dozen leading Demo Democrats Democrats ¬
I
crats of Binghamton Bighamtn A representa representative repreent ¬
tive tve of a great unofficial unofcial coordinate coordinatebranch corinat ooordiqatebranch
branch of the Government Goverment the Central CentralLabor Centralbr CentralLabor
Labor br Union asked the Anthracite AnthraciteSocialist Anthrcite AnthrciteSoci AnthraciteSocialist
Socialist Soci lst about his candidates cndidates attitude attitudetoward attude attudetoward attitudetoward
toward labor labr and got this thls8tsractory thls8tsractoryanswer thiasatisfactory thiasatisfactoryanswer satisfactory satisfactoryanswer
answer answerJudge answerJudre answerJudie
Judge PARKER PAIII stands all al right on the labor laborIssue labr labrIsut laborlaue
Issue Isut No o other candidate candldlto cm Cl show up stronger strongerIn strlier strlierIn
In this respect rcspc thin can be There Is our good goodfriend roodfrIend cooSIrlend
friend HOOLIT lOLIT a strong atr0n labor man at a Troy Trr and andhe andhe andhe
he Is out for PARIXR PARIXRThe PAIIII PAIIIIhe PARLZSrho
The he Hon JoiiNJ JolJ FITZGERALD M Mof I Ior d dof
of Brooklyn Brookly had hd printed in the Con Congressional Congressional Congresaional ¬
gressional Record Recod last week ek Legislation Legislationand Lgislaton Lgislatonand
and Judicial Judical Decisions Decsions Affecting Afeclng Labor Laborin Lbor Lborin
in the State Stte of New York YorkSome Some Opinions Opinionsof
of the Chief Judge of the Court Cour of Ap Appeals Appeals ¬
peals ALTON B PARKER in Labor Cases CasesIt CasesIt
It appears apprs from those thoe opinions and Mr MrFITZGERALDS MrFITZGERALDS MrFITZGERALDS
FITZGERALDS discourse discure thereon that thatas thataslr thatas
as aslr Mr HILL HILrsaS HIblisays says Judge PACKER stands standsall stnds stndsal standsall
all al right on the labor Ilbr question qUCton and is isentitled i isentitled
entitled entte to carry crry HOOLEV HOOLEVStill HOOLESti HooLnyStill
Still Sti there are other labor States Sttes than thanHOOLEV thanHOOLEY thanH00LEY
HOOLEV and there is a a modest moet young younggentleman youg youggenteman younggentleman
gentleman genteman who perhaps can cn show up upstronger upstronger upstronger
stronger in this respect than Judge JudgePARKER JudgePARKER JudgePARKER
PARKER PARKERYou PARKERYou j
You fellows felows have seen me make a afew I afew
few mistakes mistke havent you asked nske Mr MrHILL MrHILI MrHILI4
HILL consoled confole for the past pst by the tri triumphant triumphnt tn tnumphant ¬
umphant umphnt thought of HOOLEY Let Lt us ushop ushope j
hope hop that he is making no mistake miRtke about aboutHOOLET aboutHOOrEY aboutHOOLEY
HOOLET HOOrEY It I will wi be b a great get thing to go goto goto goto
to St Louis Luis with a candidate warranted warrantedto warrante
to carry crry HOOLEY HOOLEYGen HOOLEYGen H00LEYGen
Gen EDWARD L MOLINEOXS letter letterprinted leter leterprnte letterprinted
printed prnte in another column calls cal attention attentionto atenton atentonto
to a a bill bi pending pnding in the Legislature Lglelatur pro providing providlng providing ¬
viding for the removal from
rmoval rogues roge gal galleries gallerie galleries ¬
leries lerie of the portraits porrte and measurements measurementsof meurments meurmentsof
of innocent innoent persona peroM The Te statutes etaute at present presentdo prent prentdo
do not allow ulow the Superintendent Suprintendent of State StatePrisons StatePrson StatePrisons
Prisons to remove from tho records
Prson rmove rords any anyportrait anyprrait anyportrait
portrait prrait or description decrpton and the consequence consequenceis cneuenc
is that a a man mn once onc convicted coniote of a crime In Inthis Inthis Inthis
this State IB II forever forver pilloried piore with male malefactors malefactol malefactors ¬
factors factol and law breakers braker regardless rgardles of the thefinal thefnal thefinal
final fnal disposition dilplition of his case cae An innocent innocentman Innocnt Innocntman
man convicted convcte upon upn Improper evidence evidencebut evden evdenbut evidencebut <
but afterward arerar acquitted aCuite by a Jury Jur after a anew anew anew
new trial tria has ha no place In an official omcal list lst of ofcriminals ofcrmnals ofcriminals
criminals crmnals No advantage accrues accnc to the theState theState theState
State from frm tho preservation preraion of his hil portrait portraitand porrt porrtand portraitand
and measurements m Urmentl but but a gross gr0 injustice injusticeis Injltc
is done to the victim Ictm of 0 an Incomplete Incompletestatute IncompleteItatute incompletestatute
statute statuteHad Itatute ItatuteHad statuteHad
Had the law providing for the establish establishment etablsh etablshment establishment ¬
ment of the rogue1 rogul rogues gallery galory been ben drawn drawnproperly drwn drwnprprly drawnproperly
properly prprly in the first frst place plac there ther would be beno b beno
no need nee of the amendment now befbre btr the theLegislature theLgislatur theLegislature
Legislature Lgislatur The Te first frt mistake should Ihould be beallowed bealowe beallowed
allowed alowe to endure endur no longer than is required requiredto rquir
to pass the remedial measure
WILLIAM RUSSELL GRACE Gncl who died die yes yesterday ye yesterday ¬
terday teray was wa one of the larger larer men of our ourpolitical ourpoltcal ourpolitical
political poltcal and business buslnC life le He had great greatstrength grat gratstrngh greatstrength
strength strngh of character charcer and in the superiority superiorityof supriority supriorityof
of his hl intellectual Intelotua endowment ho stood stoodforth stoo stoodforth
forth forh conspicuously consplcuolly among the many mny men menwho mn menwho I
who ho have come into prominence In the themunicipal themunicipal
prmnenc I
municipal municpal politics poltc of New York He was wasnot wa wasnot
not a political poltcal accident accdent his rise rse to municipal municipaldistinction municipaldistinction I Idletncton
distinction was due to the
dletncton wal discovery by bypolitical bypoltcal bypolitical
political poltcal managers of his extraordinary extraordinaryfitness extrordinar extraordinary extraordinaryfitness
fitness ftne for dealing dealng with wih large public publo affairs affairstncommerclal atar affairsIncommercial
tncommerclal Incommerlal life lfe ho wan Wa also distinguished distinguishedby distnguishe
by an ability abity of a statesmanlike statesmnlke sort 80r Al Altogether Altogether 1 1together ¬
together ho wan WI a high type of a man a anotable anotable anotable
notable figure In the history of New York
The fe 15 Out DDt In the Dote Dal Rag RacTo nasTo RagTo
To THE Ko JTOH or THE TlE Svn SUNlr Slr Is I there any anywax an anway anyway
way of dusting duslnl and so 1 to sOnIc IPtl consuming con umlDr your yourown yourow yourown
own ow dust When we dust with Uh a dust rag ral ot ofcourse oteour otcourse
course eour we go and shake theclust raff rai out ou of the thewindow tbewndov thewindow
window wndov the dust and ad lint lnt and ad stun stuI shaken out outblowing outblolnl outblowIng
blowing blolnl down the wind to tolandwhere land landwher where On the thegroundrnaybe therrundrabe thegroundnaybe
groundrnaybe rrundrabe or as a lliitly lkely to bo deflected delecled and andblown aodbloV ansiblown
blown bloV Into somebody Imebodr elses ele window In winter winterto
to b b be sure sur not ao much of It Ils Is blown Into bouses houss In Intbls InIhl totbtansanner
tbls Ihl tbtansanner manner mUIer but butla builnaummeriotu In summer sUml r lots of It Ils IlsIn Is IsIn I IIn
In summer the dust from frm a dust rag or from a arug arr arut
rug rr shaken from trm a window on or one floor 100r might half halfof haltat halfof
of It I be blown blow Into Ilto the window of ofthe the tenant on the theDoor the100r thefloor
Door 100r below True Tre the people p ople on on that tlU floor lor below belowmight beow beowmlrht belowmight
might shake their dust out to be b blown blow In upon UPI the thepeople thepople thepeople
people pople on the floor nor below blow them and Ideo so the dust dul or orcome oroome oreome
come of It might finally tnsUy be paasod pued to t the ground groundBut Iruod Iruodnul groundBut
But really raly Isnt It this thi way of dusting dustnr and ad sbaVlnr sbaVlnrtbe ahalr ahalrthe abaklngthe
the dust rag rai out of the window V1ndow time tme honored and andcustomary ad adtustomar andcuatomar
customary tustomar though It I Is a primitive prmlve and ad very vef un unsatisfactory uaaatdactor unsatIsfactory ¬
satisfactory aatdactor way la Is there ttre DO 10 other way of dma disposing dl dmaposing ¬
posing of the dust accumulated acumUaled In the dust dus rag ragNEW rarSEW ragNaw
NEW YORK 1oRI March Marh 21 I HOCBEBOLOER HOCBEBOLOERHouseholder IOU8ROLDBI IOU8ROLDBIHouaholder HOVarUoLoastHouaeholder
Householder Houaholder will wiilt be arrested some day dayIf da daIf
If she persists perliets in throwing throvini dust out of her herwindows herIndows herwindows
windows It I Is forbidden by b tho Sanitary SanitaryCode 8anIUr 8anIUrCoe anitaryCode
Code Coe lather the dust In n paper and the theStreet IheBtreot theStreet
Street Cleaning Cleanlnl Department Departmentwlllcart wlca lll can r It away awayMr a awaySir warIr
Mr Ir Nocichl D flu i Things TinSI to Say SayTo Sa SaTO SayTO
To THE TR KDtTon or THE TI Stir SUIr tvtS Sir r The Te Presi Presidents P Prestdents sl sldents ¬
dents proclamation prcllmaton was lisued sued to enjoin neu neutrality neuIralt nettralitiP ¬
trality Iralt > upon upn all al officials omlala There Ter It no question questionabout queAton queAtonabullhal qUeatlonabout
about abullhal that And It I would oUld be foolish tolllo to act ac or speak speakIn apak apakIn
In such a way wa as l to Irritate Irrtate any ay country counlr Japan JaJ1 or orRussia ornussla orRussIa
Russia or any an other nut If I America Amerca herself herselfdeclares hetel hernelfdeclares
declares that she has ha nothing to do with wih the present presentwar preseotwar presentWar
war I have things to say fay Was It not 101 America Amerca that thatpushed Ibatpubed thatpushed
pushed pubed the open door policy pOlcy and ad recognized oCDlz Chinas Chinassovereignty Cblnaesoerelrnlr ChInassovereIgnty
sovereignty over Manchuria Macbura And wasnt waot that thatthe IbatIhe thatthe
the real ral and main cause of the present wart war When Whenour Wheaour Whenour
our diplomacy appeared appeare unsuccessful unsucestul America AmericaJoined Amerc Americajoined
Joined with wih our country eountf to make China sign the theManchurlan Ile IleMlchuran the7ttzchUrlsn
Manchurlan Mlchuran treaty Ilaly which hlch gave a sudden life lte to toour 10our toour
our Japanese Japaese diplomacy Ills Ils It Is nottoo no1 much to say saythat aayIhal saythat
that America Amerc broke brke the Ice for or us In the matter matterof maier maierot
of taking a strong attitude and
our strnl atlude ad declaring declaringwar decarlnl
war We e are not righting nlbtnr for or ourselves ourelves alone but butfor butfor I
for Americas Amarcas sake too to We Ve are the light IrM In this thiswar tbl thlaWar
war Play pia and ad America Amfrca the shadow ahadol We are km not notdestined lot lotdestned notdestined
destined destned to be parted on the Manchurlan Maacburao question questionWe quesloo queslooWe
We must solve folve the problem prlltm of tbe Far Hast Fot by b our ourselves ourselveAlerc ouraelvesAtSerlca ¬
selves selveAlerc aelvesAtSerlca Aerlca and Japan And It 1 Is I too clear clearto
to see what America merca will wl gain If I Japan be tbe winner winnerInthlswar Wontr WontrIn winnerIn
Inthlswar In thlwar VONEffooncHi VONEffooncHiNEW YONINolc r rIW
NEW IW YORK YORI March Marh is isOn t5Gen ISGm
On Gm George Oerse Blckler DIcki Identified IdentifiedTo IdeDU ed edTO
To THE EDITOR ROIOR or 01 THE TI 1n SDK SlNSlr SVN5ir sir To assist a slsl In Inanswering Inan5werlnr Inanswering
answering A Header Reder whose whos letter leler appeared appeaed In InTHE InTR inFag
THE TR SUN of March Marh 19 I suggest eucesl that Grn George GeorgeUlckley GNre GNreDlckley GeorgeIlickley
Ulckley was Dr Ir George Oeore W V I Blcliley Ilckler chief of the theKnights IbeKllrht theKnights
Knights Kllrht of the Golden Olden Circle Cirle who was IU Imprisoned Imprisonedby Imprsaed Imprsaedb
by b > the Government In Fort Lafayette Laraete during durol tfc tfccivil 1 lbclril i
civil war warDr warUr warIr
Dr George Ceorre Washington Lafayette Ltaele Blckley Blcklt was wasIn wa wasIn
In the Ms M a I professor prote50r In the Eclectic Iceclc MedIcal M dlcal Col College Collere Collre ¬
lege at Cincinnati Cincnnat OUIo and for a time ImeID In the tatter tatterpart laler lalerpaI tatterpart
of that decade was a resident of New
part paI tba reident ew York Yorkclly Yorkel Yorkcity
city el N S K KNEW KEW KNEW
NEW EW YORE YOR OflL March Ii IiA l lJk IMonamtat
Jk Monument to Bonn BorH Killed Kied In II War WarYon WarTrom WarJroei
Yon the Ile Antmali Anllol Diftnin DiftninOn nrtnderOn
On the drinking droklnr trough lrurb and ad fountain lately latelyerected lalelrttltd latelyerected
erected ttltd at Dtirstow nlrtolv Rurrr surrey England Erlaod to the memo memory memoOf menor ¬
Of or ory of o the horses bores sacrificed scrllcd In the war wa with wth South SouthAfrica Suth SuthArc SouthAfrica
Africa Arc Is this Ibi Inscription InscriptionIn In crplon crplonIn
90 In Memorial Memoral of the Mute Fidelity tldeUI of tbe 400000
Horses Hores Killed Kled and Wounded at a the Call CI of their 400
Masters During the South toUlh African Atreao War
1899 IfID 1899mOo 1807
In a Cause of o Which They TheyFellowCreature Tey Haew Nothing
Thi This founlan FountaIn ta Ercted Scected br a Reverent Notlnr
FellowCreature ytlowreature ytlowreatureBriiant EetlowCreatureflrlllUant I Inrllllant
nrllllant Briiant Scheme SchemeFirst Scbemellrl SchemeFirst
First llrl Fish JlbSo so you yo have an Idea that may ma aar aarour af IT5our
our lives livesSecond IhtsSteond livesSecond
Second Fish FihYe FI5bYe Yes Let Lt ua ret some 80l Of a paper paperc
c
THE TBEr RESOVnCS iisoriwsOF SOUROlSOF OF JAfAti JAfAtiHer JAPA1 JAP4jHer
Her Government Govrment Ability Abity to tC Stand Slnd the tneStrain theStain tileRtraln
Strain Stain and andDaln andflraln Drain of a Lone LnsWar LnsWarTo War WarTo WarTo
To THB EDITOR op TH Tl Tus BON BUN8ir Sir1 Can CanJapan CanJapa CanJapan
Japan land the flnano fnanc al alstraln strain of a probably probablylonff prooab1Yloni probablYlong
long loni and costly costy war wa Let Lt ui look lok Into Int her herresources herrsourca herresources
resources rsourca for an a answer The chances chancl are areJudflne ar areJudgjn
Judflne Judlng by her evident preparedness1 In the thewar thewar thewar
war so far that Japan possesses IJoaeles more re resources resourcs resources ¬
sources sourcs than tat Ii i S popularly thought thoulht Take the theagricultural thoamculural theagricultural
amculural agricultural resources resourcs first frt and compare lmpare the theoutput theoutput theoutput
output of 1883 with that of 1001 101 Rice Rce Is IsJapans IsJapanl isJapans
Japans Japanl staple cereal ceral
Vtat ltd Kaku Kou
1892 182 4IJWC78 1249 1249IDl
1901 IDl 48914943 48914943Theaei 48914943Thtst 40914943These
These Thtst fleures nu figuresehow s show n large larle Increase Increaln inrreaesJn n rice riceproduction ric rIceproduction
production but in barley wheat heat rye fe and andoats andoats andoats
oats combined Japans showing Is still Itl better betterYltld beter beterYltd betterYied
Yltld Yltd Keku KOk KekuISO
ISO 182 15051KO IOIU 15031145loom
loom 101 20840207 20840207Every 284027 284027Eyer 20640207Ever
Every Ever one knows knols that the tea trade has hasbeen hasben hasbeen
been ben subjected to various adverse ad TerE Influences InfluencesIn Infuencel
In the lorelin foreign markets still Itl Japan shows a I
years yearst 151 111 p pr per r cent Increase In production producton In ten tenyears tenyeara tenyears
t Vltia Kican Klan KlanIS91
1591 IS91 7054493 1O403 1044
1901 101 8120300 8120300Turning1 8123 8120300Turning
Turning Turnlni from agriculture ailcultur to mining mlnlnl vre vrefind woOnd wefind
find I a still sti more remarkable Improvement ImprovementIn
In mining mlnlnt coal stands foremost the Increased Increasedproduction Increasd Increasdproduotlon Increasedproduction
production in eleven rears rear being belnt as a much as asISS
188 per cent
Output tong ton
1890 18 sl7S 311 3l7S071 3l7S071loot rt I
loot S915Mfl S915MflNot
101 lootNot 945 945ot
Not ot only 011 did Japans Jpans home consumption consumpton of ofcoal ofcoal ofcoal
coal Increase Inreat but hr sales of that useful usefulcommodity usful usfulcommodity usefulcommodity
commodity to steamships 6teonshlpf Increased Incrtned from
443000 430 tons In 1881 to 1387000 13870 tons in IDOl 1001The 101 101Th IDOlTim
The Th Increased Incrased consumption bjf b certain crloln home homeIndustries homeIndustrIes homeIndustries
Industries Is worth worh lnSUniltOI not notingConsumption noting notingConsumption ni
Consumption Consumption
Conumlon COIumlon COIumlonI
loran IttcanRailways lorannawAI kwOflRailways
1891 I I kwon 1901 101
Railways nawAI 9300O 90 flMOOO flMOOOWorkshops fO 622000tVorksliotu
Workshops 512000 5 0 3813000 3813000It 3510 3513000Salt
Sal Salt It refining renllnr 454000 4540 sosooo sosoooA l00
A nearly eightfold Increase In ten Ifn yearn ears In Inthe Inthe Inthe
the coal consumption eonSln of Japans Ia onl factories factoriesand tacorlf tactorIaand I
and Ind workshops gives Pvef ton us lS an idea I pa of her rapid rapidprogress rlpld rlpldprolress rapidprogress
In Industrial A
progress pursuit Pl1lUltp prosperous prosperousmanufacturing prosperousmanufacturing
prolress manufacturing manuflLeturlfi country where wher the prosprouf workers workersrefrain workfrsretrain workersrefrain
refrain from outrageous outraseols demands dtmands can stand standa
a pretty heavy hea vy strain In limes tmes of emergency omerncThe >
The ten yearsincrease tarslncreas in Iron production productionIs proucton prouctonIs
Is astounding astouldlni Its Is comparative comparatlo figures alrs are nreOufputkuKin areOupu areOWpuS
OufputkuKin OufputkuKinIR90 Oupu OWpuS kwan lan
IR90 18 5003481 041
1901 101 18OOWS 18OOWSCopper 1 15630013Copper fH3 fH3Copp
Copper Copp fr made a rccord Increase
output kin kl
1890 30192447 30102441IDol
IDol J rim rimA 45eSJ9Z7 45eSJ9Z7Among 45652921Among
Among A the mineral products of relatively relatveh
mons
less Importance we can note the following followingpercentage foUolnl followingpercentag
percentage pernta Increases Incr ne8
Increase Increaitvtr Tncrtntper Increaseper
per cent ctntGold ctnlGold centGold
Gold 003 003Silver 03 03Slher 903Sliver
Silver 113 113Petroleum 13 13Pelroleun 113Petroleum
Petroleum Pelroleun e78 17B 6835 6835In > 5 5In 5In
In manufacturing malufacturlnl Japan has his made notable notableprogress notnbleprOles notableprogree
progress prOles A review of her foreign trade tradnbrings trd trdbrlnn tradebrings
brings out two significant 8hrnltcant factsn facts 1 a marked markeddecline markeddeclne markeddecline
decline declne In the Import of cotton coton yarns srne and a alargo alarlc alarge
largo larlc increase Increa In the Import of raw roW cotton cottonThat roton rotonThlt eottonThat
That Thlt means more work for the people peoplt and andmorn andmorA andmorn
morn work always alwK1 Injures Inurtl prosperity prolnt and andunifies andInlal1 andunIfies
unifies Inlal1 the peoplo tp t nn allntensplof au intense love of country countryThin cunto cuntoThil countryThis
Thin Thil Is one Onl on of the moving mOlhl1 cnunon CAII of Japans Japansmirked Jallangmrked Japansnrsrkeci
mirked loyalty loalt InttieprewnlstniRcle InttieprewnlstniRcleIn In the prnt 8trulllr 8trulllrIn
In I II 1505 IMS Japan laPn Imported Imprld cotton rot ton yarns arl arns of ofth otth ofthe
th the valuo of ia803000 16800 but In inos 102 such import importonly Impor importonly
only anI amounted altlOuntlt to 18iO10 8oonn whIle hiA imports of ofraw ofraw ofraw
raw cotton rows rolo from Sllioono 11100 In iww I R to toJ400000IN
J400000IN 40 000000 In 1902nearly 192nonrh fortyfold Increase IncreaseThis Incrcal increaseThis
This Th 10100 accounts aoeountl for the th 527 7 per r cent cnt incrcnop incrcnopin IncrcRf incressiii
in II with the 1690 1690A 160 1690A spinning splnnlnl Industry In 1000 1I as compared comparedwith cmprcd cmprcdwith comparedwith
A few other Increases were were1MIB2 werelLDi32
1MIB2 1112 1MI2 1MI2Telegraph 111 111T 19012TeleCrapil
Telegraph T lerrsph lines lnes miles mies SOS41 sanon sanonHallway 63050RaIlway M
Hallway Ralwa mileage mleare 1717 177 42 42Steamship 42St 4235 4235Steamohlp
Steamship St amsblp tonnage 1517O 16170 161140In M MW2 MW2In
In 18 180 > 0 Japan had 2S83 8 commercial commercal under undertaking undertaklnl tindertaklnge ¬
taking taklnl with 1 28floooooo 8100 capital caplt < l but in loot ttioithe lootthe 11 11the
000000 00 the figures surel capital capitalJapans cllpltaloPlns etipitaliapans stood Itoo 8002 862 concerns conlrns with Itl 16 600
Japans oPlns foreign commerce commerC Increased from fromtI50OO fromtlS0C000
tI50OO 1116000000 111 11 1850 to 313000000 31300 In ItKW ItKWJapans 10 10Japanl 1903Japans
Japans Japanl public puhle debt Is II only IHWOOOooo IIOOO of ofwhich ofhlch ofwhich
which hlch less lell than JinonooOOO 8100000 00 0 000 Is f held ahrond ahrondInterest Rhrad Rhrador abrondFor
For or loans to nn Orlentnlountr Orient1 sountry the rKtf rate of ofInterft ofinterest
Interest Interft Is I low only on I 4 mid Ind 5 per Jr cent The Thoannual TheInnual Theannunl
annual Innual interest charge Is only onl JI2WOOOO JI2WOOOOwhllo 11 i2JOO ro 0 coo coowhim
whim whie Uncle Unte SHIII Sa 1 alone alole paid the Island Em Empire kin kinpIre r ¬
pire twice twlo that sum last las year ear for his pur purchases purchals PUrchases ¬
chases chals over his sales salesThn Iales IalesThA salesThe
The hunks hllkl of Japan number 237 37 with with2A5oooloo wih wihS2
2A5oooloo S2 OO paidup capital capitalJapan capitalJapan capitallapan
Japan can increase Increas her annual Govern Governmpntiil Governmentll GovernmentI
mpntiil mentll revenue for war purposes purpofs by b the thefollowing thl thefollowing
following foUowlnC says the Sun Trade Journal Jour101 for forFebruary for1ebruDrr forFebruary
February February1and 1ebruDrr FebruaryLand
Land ta tA tax Increase ion Io per cent cnt centIncome I1R000OOO I1R000OOOIncome 11800
Income tai t5 Increase Increa 50 5 per cent ct lsnoooo lsnoooonuslnes 110 1500000flwiies
nuslnes nulleS Ux ts Increase Incr 30 3 per pr cent looouan looouans 100 iooow4akI
s Saki < tai Increase Intrc se 10 per cent aooaooo aooaoooHome sooorooIlome OO
Home t tn i tobacco tax sugar aUllrs W tan i I2snnniin I2snnniinAdministrative 1 12500CCAdnilntLrattte ooo
Administrative reforms 3000000
I
Total powlble yearly rarl Increase Increlse 141000000 141000000Japans 611000000Iapans UOO
Japans agricultural arlculurl products proucts feed fted her herown htr htrown herown
own Infll people plentifully 11ntulh and leave n largo largosurplus IRr largesurplus e eurplul
surplus available avaiable for export exportTim exportTlu exportThus
Tim Tlu wn WI seA that Japan JaIlI has Immense Immenlf nat natural natIrnl naturni ¬
ural Irnl resources rsourcs in II agriculture usrleulure nod Ind mining mlrllnl
large lar and Ind Increasing Incrtlsln manufacturing mUlutKeturlnl Inter Interest Interesta ¬ i ifKt
est fKt esta considerable banking banklnl capital plenty of ofrailways ofrallivays
railways telegraphs telelrlphs anti 111 tonnage tonna In steam stenmtlon steamblpa steumships I
ships I a large Irl ala area nnlabll available for furher further tax taxa taxatiorm
tlon ton a I united unlrd well wel ell fed eneriretle clerVPlc capable cnllahll capableloyal i
loyal and patriotic palrloto peopla oplo The question CutKlon CutKlonIs questionis I IIs
Is answered answfred Japan Japln cnn stand the thf financial flnancldlstrain nanchl nanchlstrAin i istrain
strain of a lone lonl and Ind costly CORI war lr And this thll is II Iswithout i iwithout i
without allowing alo111 anything anthln for her ability ablll to toraise toraile toraise
raise raile money monp by foreign forelr loans Existing FxIAtns i iJapanese iJBpane
Japanese securities sourlte arc Ir well wel regarded resarded in the themoney themoney
money markets marketf of the world worldThe worldThe Iord IordThe I
The production producton figures agllS used lpd In this thl com communication communicton cornrnunlcatlon ¬
munication municton am ar from oftlclnl omclll documents pub published pubIlbed published ¬
lished Ilbed In Toklo and republlshed rpubllhtd by b S O OIn 0in I
In the th February ehllr issue of the London AngloJap AngloJapanrte
anrte Gazette aczelf WAITEU ATTIR ITI1 J 1 I JALLAnD JALLAnDScmlncTADT RAILAOD RAILAODScnEyECTAlYr ALL API APISCJIENECTADT
SCJIENECTADT March 18 18CEV ISGEA 18GEV
I I
CEV GEA MOLIXEVXS 1OJEVS APPEAL APPEALIhjnitlce AIPEtLlhJnstlee
Ihjnitlce IhJolUef of Rogues the thePresentLaw PLa Present GallrrlM Law negulitlna negulitlnaRocuei flegtmIatInRogues I
To THE Tn EDITOH OF TUB TJ Svs sv SvSr Sir There ThereIs
Is a bill bi before bfore the present presnt Ildslailre Legislature which whichmakes whichmakes hlch hlchmaleA
makes It the duty of the Superintendent SuJrlntendent of ofState ofSUt ofStats
State SUt Prisons Prions to return the photographs photolrapha and andmeasurements andmeasurements andmeasurements
measurements of any an person taken tlkpn while whilesuch whlp whlpeuch whilesuch
such person pfraon was confined oontntd in a t jail Jai penitentiary penitentiaryor pnitentiary pnitentiaryor
or State SUt prison where hpre the Judgment Judilent of con conviction conjcton conviction ¬
viction jcton or such person has ha been reversed relcrlld and nndset andset andset
set aside and the person has haslen lx been > en acquitted acquittedof acquited acquitedof
of the charge chars The object of this law Is to totake 10take totake
take from the flies tles and records rcors In 11 tho oftloo oftlooof omr offlcnof
of tho Superintendent Slplrlntendent of State Prisons I the thephotographs thl thephotographs
photoKraphl photographs and measurements of persons personswhoso perAonsvhose personswhose
whoso photographs photolaphs were taken takln while whie tem temporarily temporariy ternporarily ¬
porarily porariy confined but who vrere ere acquitted acquittedand acquittedof
acquited acquitedof
of the chale chaleUnlAss charge
Unless thIs law II i posed tle the photogaphs photogaphsInd photographs photographsand
and Ind mejuurernenta meaurmenl of Innocent Inno nt persons must mustremain mU8tremain mustremain
remain for all al time tme In the office otC prsonl of the Super ¬
intendent It ought oUfht not require IQulre any an Supr argu argument argitmerit ¬
ment to convince conlle you OU that this tlls Is a very er orlu orlument un ¬
just thing thinI There Is no reason relson why wh a mans mansphotographs man mansvhotoaraphs In
ilhotolaphl photographs should bn In the rogues gallery galleryof galleryof
of the State Stte when whtn the law has hal declared decared rOlue8 galer galerof him to
b b be an Innocent Innocnt man As Al the thllaw th law stands Itnds thnd now nowthe no nothl nowthe
the thl Superintendent luprlntendent has hll luesnopowerof no power of his hisowa own to toreturn toretur toreturn
return retur the photographs photolraphs and measurements measurementseven
even of nn Innocent Innocnt man and the object obJfct or 0 0this ot otthis
this law In not only to give him the power
but to make It his ond duty ut to ie return them pOVlr
I woulfl oul like lke your our assistance allstano In securing
the passage paSMI of this act which commends curinl Itself
to the good opinion of even commtndsltel fairminded fairmindedman
roo fairmindd fairminddman
man and which remedies remedies a 1 crave Injustice injustice
In the present condition cnditon Of the Irave law Injlst The law la
Is general Inralln In Its 11 nature nnd will be available
by bynllperoons nil RI persons prons who whothough though Innocent 1 b aaiRbIA have had
their tltlr photographs phololaphs placed plaCd IDocnt In the rogues gal
lery len to their constant lnstant Injury rOgle IRI
EnwAnn EtWARt L MOLINEDX ux
oll
nnooxLTS RnooSLryMarch March 21 21Tb 21Th IITb
Tb Th Sloppy CIty Clt Hall Hal Sldllnlkl SldllnlklTO SIdewalkTO SIdewalk SldewalkiTo
To TUB EDITOR ITOR or THE TRP Tn RUN SUNSf str Ir Who 1io engi engineered eoclneered engineered ¬
neered the wonderful onderul scheme chee of draining rralnlnr the lawns lawnsIn Ilwns
In City Clr Hall lal Park All 1 winter Wnler long lonl huge pile pie of ofsnow ofsn ofsnow
snow sn w are ae heaped upon the grawplots IIplols of the park parkand parkad parkand
and ad after at r every eef thaw all al 4he slush and ad slop from fromthem frm frmIbem frontthem
must drain
them across the sidewalks
ecro The west westside wet wetsIde westside
side of Park Pak row rw Is always wet and ad sometimes 6metmes If Ifienta Ityeknta
ienta v n the iii appearance appearac of ohmallrooksln small brooks In places placesThink placesThInk aes aesThink
Think of how the originator orrlnatr of this thl plan pla ha1 Im Impressed 1mpressed impressed ¬
pressed hi his Idea Idea on others otber too These Te < walks walls were
In Ibis condition condllOn for years cars until unt torn up recently recentlywulle rcII recentlywiIle
wulle dle work ork on the subway was progressing prorrslnr We
hoped then Ihel that when they Ihe were fer replaced replted some someother aomeotber acmeother
other scheme would ould be devised deled for draining dranlnr Not Xolso Notao ot otso
so however hOVeve The Te original olilnal plan was VM followed toloVed and andwet andwel andwet
wet aldewalks sldeakl seem em to be In order for years rtar to come comeNEW comeEw comeEw
NEW Ew ron YOltZMarch March M rch 21 i PXAKK NI OnTAs OnTAsThe OnTN OnTNrh ORTANrh
The rh Intellectual Intellclaal Beachcomber BeachcomberItoblnson Deulcomblr DeulcomblrnoblDson fleacbcomberRobInson
RobInson Cr Cruaot spied aplel the footprints footprintsOf toolprt
Of courielhey courle ther ar ae are Fridays Frdays beieiplalned be uplslned If Ifthey I Ifthey
they Ibt were Paydays they Ih y would tiave be hugged the
lamp post pU more morePleased morePle morePleased
Pleased Ple d with Jb his Sherlock Holmes 10lmts Ingenuity hi hiwent blwent hawent
went off ol to 0 tell lU Uefoc UefocA De DeA 1efoA
I
A Hyphen Doom DoomFrom DoomFronlht DoomFront
From Fronlht the ImllanapaUi Indllnapoli Journal JournalA Jpural Jpuralmoem
A movement moem ot has ha hs been btn titled Iatld by t the German GermanAmerican GermsnAmercan GermsAmerican
American Amercan Democratic lemoertc Club Cuh of I his city rl to secure securethe seure seureIhe
the nomination of German
nomilalon a GermanAmercan GermanAmerjcan American for Vice VIc
President Preldenl on the Democratic Iemotral ticket le tlcetI el elt
t
r rTrill c cIn
4
llJi I TOE CZARS CZARS COSSACKS COSSACKSIn COSSt KS
In its ltprenttruble present troubled the theRUsan Russian G Gemment Gov Government 0eveminent ¬
eminent regards rglrds Its Cossack CSck troops t op oa oaamong 1 1among asamong
among the strongest strnget of Ita props prp This Is Isnot Isnot Isnot
not only ony on onaount onaccount account of their mHltarj mltar quail qualities qual quailties ¬
ties tc but becnuso b be aue auae they haVo so 10 often oren proved provedthemselves prve provedthemselves
themselves thelelve to be the moat mOt devoted devote soldiers soldiersof soldleJ
of the Czar The Te heir to the thethrne throne Is the thehereditary theheritr thehereditarysupreme
hereditary heritr hereditarysupreme supreme suprme chief chl f of aU the Coesacka Coesackabut Csks Csksbut CoeMcksbut
but the loyalty of his subjects subjes appears appar to tobe tob tobe
be b wavering waveringThe waveringThe
waverng waverngThe
The Don Cossacks Cos8acl have from frm time Im Immemorial Immemor immemorifll ¬
memorial memor l enjoyed enJoy certain rtaln civio clvo and po political p p0litical ¬
litical lical privileges prvlege as a the guardians guardian of the thofrontier thefronUer thefrontier
frontier In the southeast 80utheat of Russia R la Of Oflate Oflate Oflate
late however the bureaucracy burauoroy has hd h been beenencroaching beenencraching beenencroaching
encraching encroaching oh on their rights rlght of selfgovern selfgovernment sol solfgoVernmont govern government ¬
ment and the Don Cossacks wbowlh who with their theircommunal theircommunal theircommunal
communal schools are ar among the best besteducated b hteducated t teucate
educated eucate of the Russian RU8ian people are ar turning turningagainst turing turingaganst turningagainst
against aganst the Government GovernmentA
A recent rcnt number of the Donikaya Riitt RUIn
a paper papr published p bllbe at Rostov R0tOV on the Don Donreports Donrpors Donreporta
reports rpors a discussion dlscuNlon that took place at a ameeting ameetng a ameeting
meeting meetng of local lol notables notable there th r The Thespeakers To Tospaker Thespeakers
speakers spaker complained complane of the Impossible Impossiblesituation Imp0 impossiblesituation lble lblesituaton
situation situaton created crae for them by the absence absenceof
of local lol autonomy and the unrestrained unrojtralneddomination unroJtralne unrestraineddomination
domination domnaton of the functionaries functonare The Thespeech Thespeech Thespeech
speech of a M Is Donetzki is said sad to have been beenparticularly b beenparticularly n nparicularly
particularly paricularly Interesting Intertng In the course cour of ofIt cr crit ofIt
It ho said saidLife sad sadlc saidLIfe
Life Is becoming b cmlnr more complicated cmplcated It I puts before beforeus beore beoreus
us new and difficult dltncll problems trhlem to be solved 51cd It IIrnrs IIrnrsnew brings bringsnew tirinsnew
new wants want and needs need of the highest Importance Importancethat Imprnce Imprncelbllmprouly
that lbllmprouly Imperiously call cl for satisfaction 6loaclon Out stricken strickenwith atricktnwith trcktn trcktnwith
with chronic powerlcssness powerltsnes we remain reman with wih bowed bowedheads bowtdhtad bowedheads
heads Impassively Implslvtl contemplating conlemplalor the complicated complicatedprocess cmpleatf complicatedprocess I Iprocu
process procu of our lives 1u unfolding untoldilr without wihout taking taln part partIn par partIn
In It 1110 to defend our most mo vital Ital alloler1 Interests and striving strivingfor slrllar slrllartor
for a better bet r condition condllon and a happier lot lotThe 101Tle lotTime
The Tle speaker spaker saw In the Institution Instituton of the theitmttro theIlmsto thezemalto
itmttro or provincial provncial council counci the only onlyremedy onlyremedy
remedy rmey He terminated termnate his speech lpch with ivlththo 1lth 1lththo withtho
tho following folowing wordssk words wordsAsk
Ask sk then for a large publicity publclr for the acts ICI of ofIndividuals otIndllduaL oflodividuaLi
Individuals IndllduaL and Institutions losttulons In whose hooe hands hsnd are areplaced areplaeer areplaced
placed plaeer the most Important Imporanl Affairs alslr of our local life lifeask le leak lIfeask
ask ak for selfgovernment a ltloemmenl In It Its Is our salvation sl IO It ItIs ItI
Is I the condition conditon necessary nctcry to our happiness bspplles and andtbit ald aldths andtbsl
tbit ths of our children childrenM chidren chidrenM childrenM
M Donetzki Donetzi was aa warmly applauded applaude and andit andIt andit
it was wa decided deide to lay before bfor the Government Governmenta
a request rquet for the constitution constution of a a self selfgoverning 8ol selfgoverning
governing tcmttvo for the province provinc Haw Hawever Hawever However
ever a Government that has ha recently rcenty sup suppressed supprsedthe suppressed ¬
pressed prsedthe the zcmsro zcmelo of the government goverment of ofTver ofTer ofTwer
Tver and is systematically systematcly restricting rtrcing the therights therights timerights
rights of tcmetroa lmars in all al the other govern governments gover governmenta ¬
ments where wher they are established etlblshe is not notlikely notlkely notlikely
likely lkely to institute ITItlute one where wher none exists existsTo existsTo existsTo
To this point then have come core themost themostfaithful themOt themOtfathful themoetfaithful
faithful fathful subjects subjets of the Czar The Cos Cossacks Co CosBck8 Cossacks ¬
sacks are ar beginning to entertain enterain hostile hostilefeelings hostle hostilefeelings
feelings feelngs toward the system sytem of government governmentwhich goverment govermentwhich governmentwhich
which in his name nme crosses crosse the aspirations aspirationsof Mplratonl Mplratonlof
of the people pople and presents an obstacle to totheir totheIr totheir
their free fJ development developmentFRUITS declopmentFRLTS developmentFRUITS
FRUITS FROM pn RO ii SOUTH SOtTI AFRICA AFRICAFirst AIRCtflnl 4FRIC4First
First Consignment onslrnmerl or the Season Selon From FromCape FromCape FronmCape
Cape Colony ColonyTho Colon ColonThe ColonyThe
The Uroadway Irudwl fruit stores have displayed displayedIn
In their windows for several days choice choiceprutlies choicenehIH choicepouches
pouches nehIH iiliims 11101 and apricots which came camewnipped camewrnpp camewrnpint
wnipped wrnpp t In tissue paper popr and packed packl in 550 550boxes 050boxes 0 0boxes
boxes tho first tnt consignment of the season seasonfrom 8eRsonfrom seasonfront
from the thl orchards orchara of Cape Colony The first firstshipments nutshl firstshlpinetits
shipments shl > llllo tn t thin port from those fruit frui farms
0000 10 < miles mils away Iwa were made last lat spring fprlns and nndthii andtho andthe
the experiment xllrinnt was so ll t Kuccteful successful that we wemay wemsy I
may ma hereafter hprtlfter expect fresh Cape Colony Colonyfruits Colon Colonfruits olonfrlits
fruits frlits every ever Her spring prlui whllo whlo whim the Ih snow sno Is II still stillflying 8Ul stillflying
flying These hp ripe rip and luscious IIHCIOIS supplies IUllpll suitpli as asyet asel asyet
yet el arc not for nil 11 of us UI In these early parI days daysof dosof daysof
of the trade Irldc thn hr quantity ulntlt is limited Ihnle and the thefruit Ihefruit thefruit
fruit i Is sold at very r high prlo prloIn prices prJopsII priceslii
In II tnoft 111 tnot r repell respects < pecU It in 10 a I disadvantage < li ulvantage for a acountry aountr acountry
country ountr to bo on 01 the other hide Ide of the thl tropics tropicsfar tropi8 tropi8far tropicsfar
far away IWI aiwi from the Ih chief consumers COItUlnlrS of Its Itsproducts Is Isproduct Itsproducts
products Argentina rsentI18 and 1111 Australasia Ilralasio for forexample torexample forexample
example have ia t sell sel their dressed drps8e meats mAt In InKurope Inturopo inEurope
Europe at n I lower prices than our dressed dressedmeats drolsr dressedmeats
meats meat command because becaul their meat must be befrozen befro7cn befrozen
frozen fro7cn polldlf oldlt to make makl the journey JOlre across acrossthe acr08SIhe acrossthe
the hot hoteqiintorinl equatorial waters wattrs while hle ours is 11001 only onlykept onlykeut
kept In a chilled chlf condition cnditon to cross the North NorthAtlantic NorthAtantc NorthAtlantic
Atlantic Atantc those Ihole southern sluther countries countrlel cannot cannotsell Innlt InnltHI cannotsell
HI sell a pound pund of their thflr frozen Iro7en meat In Germany InIermanyvIiere Germanywhere Uermanrwhlr
where whlr its 1tlle Mile Is l prohibited plohllpd by b law lawTheir lawTheir lawTheir
Their position PCslton In the southern outlrl hemisphere hcmlaphert
however gives Ilves them Ihl one advantage odnntll It I U UKurope IRIhe isthe
the dept depth of wintr winter In the Unit United ultates tateR and andEurope andEurope
Europe when the boughs boulhs In the orchards of ofCape otape ofCape
Cape ape Colony olol ololt and New Zealand Ztaland have been
lightened lghtlll of their weight of milumn fruitage fruitagearid fruitagearid
arid Ild as ninny mnn iiinnof of the finest tlcst varieties urltes of frulnle frulnleIld peaches peachesRom peaoheerlums peachesplums
plums neclarlle nectarinos and othlr other frlis fruits are ralee raised raisedIn
rlums In n thoHe fortunat fortUnate reiions regions thele these superior superiorpruotlar superiorpducts
pruotlar pducts iiia be place placed In the London market markethefore marketbefore
before the Enalsh English frnlt fruIt trees begin to bIos bIosIOln biosSOIlS
Rom IOln NeW XlW Zealand 7ealan < first II embraced embrc this op opportunity optlrlnl opportunity ¬
portunity tlrlnl and Cape ape Colony olon Is If now sharing elarnl
the trade trud with her and being beln nearer to t Eng ¬
land Is able ahlt to t reach rech the northern norlher consumers consumersseveral corisuniersseveral 1 nl
several weeks before bforl the famous famolR cneulners cneulnersAIprol peaches peachesarrive peachesaltO
altO olhtrrult otherfrtiits ot the 6uthcrn1slnnd aouthernisland peaplf olony olonyarrlv colony colonyarrIve
arrive at their destination destinationSix destnaton destnatonHh
Six SI or seven weeks ago the handsome hlndsme
IO
fruit frui tinted tnte by II the southern Rulher nun and now
displayed dlHplle In our stores ftre was as picked picke In South SouthAfrica Suth SuthAfrica SouthAfrica
Africa and shipped shippe In cold cld Morageona Itoraaeon a north
hound steamer Hlenmtr It I was WI8 almost ready red for foreating fQrratnl foreating
eating ratnl when hrn it was gathered sntherA but the cold coldair cld cldair coldaIr
air constantly nstlnt surrounding urruldtnl It has kept the thefruit thAfrui thefruit
minlitv 0 fruit frui ti sIlty firm rm In flesh neh and preserved presrve every eTer good goodminlitv i00
Time and money have been required reQuire to tofruit tort8ch toreach
rt8ch reach th the present satsfactor satisfactory results Thl The Thefruit
fruit tlt has his sometimes smetmes been beeldestme destroyed rtsult bv bvrree1lng bvrree1lngon freezing freezingon
on the steamers stfmers and once oncl or twice the steam steamship stlam stlamship steamship ¬
ship companies rmlnle have been hpln on the edge of re revolt reolt revolt ¬
volt olt declaring dolsrnl that It was more bother bther ele than
It was aH worth to try to 0 keep the te cold < < > old ld chambers chambersat chamber
at just the proper temperature temperture The en encouraging enuralilr encouraglnr ¬
couraging uralilr fact from the first Ilt was as that the
fruit trl arriving Irrling In good ood condition was very veryexcellent veryecelent veryexcellent
excellent ecelent and although alhoulh successful succeSful shipments shipmentsare ehlpmentsae
are ae not yet Pt Invariable the percentage of loss 108
Is now comparatively rmparatlely small smallThe 8011 8011Th smallThe rercenUre
The Th business Is growing Irowlnl every year and
Now York ork is beginning belnnlni to t share It with Lon ¬
don donGovernment donGovernment
Government by I Executive Exccutvf Proclamation Proclamationfrom Proclamaton ProclamatonJrm Proclamationropn
from ropn the Public Publr Ledger of PMladtlphitt PMladtlphittWe Pll4dtlphin Pll4dtlphinWe hi hiWe
We may yet et come comE to the point where uher leeis leeislatlon leas leaslaUon leajeistion
latlon can bo dispensed with Vlh altogether aIollher and andthr andth andthe
the th > Government conducted exclusively by byKxecutlve by1ecutle byExeclltive
Kxecutlve 1ecutle order orderThe orderThe orderThe
The Uoiton Public Plble Library Llbrr LibraryTo i iTo ITo
To THE KniTon EITOR or THE TR SuN SuNStr Sfr < lr In an article articleentitled artte arttenltt articleentItled
entitled nltt < Bostons loUons Public Publc Library Ubrar the writer writercriticises wrter wrtercrtclses writercriticises
criticises crtclses wlih wlh considerable con ldfrable asperity aprty and I think thinkunjustly tblnkunJust thinkunjustly
unjustly unJust difficulties dlmc lte attending the withdrawal wlhdrawal of ofbooks otbks ofbooks
books bks from trm that Institution InstitutionI Insmuton InsmutonI
I can speak only from trm personal ptlonsl experience nperroet which whichIs
Is s to the effect ered that none of the misadventures misadventuresnoted mldenturl mldenturlnoled
noted by h your our correspondent coreopond o baa ha ever befallen befallenme btAlen btAlenmt
me Quite Quie the contrary tntraf I have a t special apecal permit permitwhich p permItwhIch rlt rltbleh
which bleh entitles enlt s me to bring brnr to my m home here ber from fromthe trm trmIhc fromtbc
the Boston ton Public Library such books It Is I
no Publc Uhraf bok as I per permissible perrlMlble perrnlsslbie ¬
missible rlMlble to withdraw flhdrw These are usually usual scarce scarceFrench scarcePreach carceIrach
French Irach works of the eighteenth llrhtrenlb century cenlur Not Notonly Notonly ot otonlY
only Is the be lloston Public Puble Library Llbraf eiceptlonally eiceptlonallywell ecepUonaly ecepUonalywel
well equipped In this particular but
wel Plrtcular on no occasion occasionhave ocaion ocaionhal occasIonhavt
have hal I failed faied to receive reele the promptest and ad most mostefficient mostmclnl mosteRclent
efficient aid from the be officers otnrel of the library Ubraf In the thefurtherance theunherance theurthcranee
furtherance of my m purpose purposeIt purp
It Is personal experience uplnce that for general r neral efB efBclcncy et etclcne emcicncy
clcncy clcne eagerness ealemfM to t oblige oblre and civility cvll the officials officialsof otcala otcalaof
of the Boston IMton Public Pblc Library Ibraf trm from rom the hit hlrhcL highest best to tothe toIbe tothe
the most mot obscure are ar worthy Crh of commendation commendationWELlxsuir commendaton commendatonFLEsr commendatIonVEUZstZyMass
WELlxsuir VEUZstZyMass FLEsr Mass Ma March M GASTON GASON FAT FATEvangellne FA FAEaaselnt FATEeaugeline
Evangellne Eaaselnt and Fact PactTo Factro Factro
ro THE EDITOR BOITR or THE TK SUK SUNSir sir Xlay tay ay I call callattention callatteallon I
attention atenlon to the recent r cnl Inaccuracy of Mr Posey PoseylIiion
Wlen Wilson In repeating rpaUnr through your columns clumn that thatold Iba Ibaold thatold
old lie le about aboulthr the altered 81eCtd unjust expatriation txparato of the theAcadlansJ tbeAcadlans theAcadlanal
AcadlansJ Mr Ir Wilson ls n can ca get the facts fct of the tbeperfidy Ibelrl thePerfldv
perfidy lrl of these gentry rcnlf and ad the Justice Justc of their tbelrdeportation theirdcpnaUon theirdeportation
deportation dcpnaUon to where they Ih ihe belonged helon d by b applying applyingto a ph1al
to any member membe of the Government Gocrmenl of the province provinceof prVlc
of Nova Scotia Scota It he does not no care to consult consultwritten conUt conUtIrlltn consultwritten
written Irlltn authorities authoritiesThe Authorllt5 Authorllt5Te
The Te provincial prl1nclal authorities aul horiles underwent UndtreDI a large largeexpense lucetspene largeexpense
expense some Ime years eara aro 10 counteract couaterct the effect effectof eIett eIettof
of Longfellow Iolrfelo beautiful beAullul fable ULUZMOSI ULUZMOSINiw DLUIOnl 13ivyieoizNIW
Niw l YOBK 1011 March Marh II IIFltihogh 2 2FlahDlb IiEltzhogh
Fltihogh FlahDlb Lee on the th Wood Cai CaiItom Cal Ca CaProp
Prop the le Wathtnfton lalfnron ret retGen Po PoGeo POsEGen
Gen nubuch nl b rh Lee asked aed what he thought of ofthe oftbe ofthe
the case eae of Gen Leonard LeDard Wood ood acid stldOh nldOh acidOh
Oh Ive been trying lnr to keep out of all al that thatthough IbalIbourh thatthough
though I was wAln In Cuba with wih Gen Wood ood Any DY officer officerof otcr otcrot
of the regular army Irm knows nowa that Ccn Wood should shouldhave IhoUldbue shouldhaseaaked
have haseaaked asked aktd fora foracourtoflnqulry court of Inquiry This Tts Thizcourtwonld Thizcourtwonldhave court would wouldhave
have been ben composed composd of officers ntcr of tbe army and ad an Its Itsfinding Ia Ianndlnr itsflndIng
finding would have been accpted by everybody
Had be done Ibis Instead of asking to be sent abroad
his course would have been applauded My opinion opinionI
I Is that this would have been preferable to spreading
It over the land from the floor of the Unite States StatesSenaie
Senaie
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i JUSTICE HOLtfESS OPINION OFA70VTV
TV Was i It Influencedby Influenced by the Teaching of iiii iiiiOld liltOld
Old Instructor Dean LaniUcllv LaniUcllvFrom IjandelIProne
From the United Stain Intrttor IntrttorThe itresior itresiorThe
The reasoning of Mr MolnWs dlntendnc dissenhinopinion
opinion runs exactly parallel with
n rv rriew rriewof ir irof
of the merger decision br the Circuit Court Courtwhich Cou Couwhich
which appeared In the Arrard tae Uriitti Retjt
last June from the pan of Prof y c i L4n ng
dell formerly dfan dan ofthe Harvard law Krhool Krhoolwith Schoilwith
with which hlch He had been connected fora for a ater nuir
ter ofa of a Century doiltUr A comparison of Mr
Hoi lolrnees tries opinion with the article by Dem f5
Larisdell leads to the firm conviction that
the Supreme Court Justice was much im impressed j jpressed
pressed with the validity of the reasoning of
his old law school professor professorProf profesorPrOf
Prof LangdellA criticism was the flrM In Inseriously toseriously
seriously challenge the Circuit Courts de decUlonfrom sj sjcision
cUlonfrom cision from the ultra local point of view HA H
held that the Sherman act was criminal In Ito Itonature ti tinature
nature and that It must be strictly coo coostrutd coostrutdand trud trudand
and be befelL felt that an important right had been breriput beenput
put Imperil by the Circuit Court He pointed pointedout pointedout
out that criminal equity was not uteri for forpunishment forpuniahmenl
punishment but that it was employed for forprevention forpreventionf
prevention e before the wrong uron or illegal illegalact tlieuiact
act had been committed In resorting to toequity toequity
equity the plaintiff roust have rights to en enforce n nforce ¬
force but tile Governhienthad Qoreniitiient had no property Propertyor
1 or personal right against agai st the Securities Com Company Cornpany
pany and hadno had no right at all unless it were werethat wjrethat
that of enforcing a penal statute statuteJuHlce statuteJustice
Justice Holmes takes this Identical rl sjtw sjtwIn w wIn
In his dissenting dlssentingopinlon opinion He starts out with withtbe withthe
the contention that the Sherman ant In of a acriminal acriminal
criminal nature Then be says It Is vain vainto v4into
to insist that this Is not a criminal proceed proceeding proceeding ¬
ing The words cannot be read one way in s ssuit asuit
suit which is to end In fine and Imprisonment Imprisonmentand
and another way tn one which seeks an in injunction inI ¬
junction junctionAnother I U fl t ion ionAnother
Another of Prof langdeU Langd lis > main point pointwas poIntswas
was this The Securities corporation an anartificial anartificial
artificial person has acquired the majority majoritystock majoritystock
stock In two railroads Supposing no In Individual individual ¬
dividual should acquire the majority Mock MockIn storkin
In tworival two rival Jerry companies whose boats ply plybetween plybetween
between two States Would he violate tlm tlmSherman tueSherman
Sherman act And thft th professor fold that thatthe thstthe
the proposition that ouch an net would not notbe notbe
be Illegal was too plain for argument argumentHere argunientHere
Here again Mr Holmes takes thin Identical Identicalposition idntiipoiltion
position He does not expect lie fay ea > s tn tnhear tohear
hear It contended that Mr Morgan could roiililbe couldbe
be sent to Jail for buying In his hi indi < ¼ iiual iiualcapacity tpticapacity
capacity shares of stock of the two railroad railroadcompanies railroadcompanies
companies even etejt If he buys them both nt the thesame thesame
same time and gets more than half of the thnstock thestock
stock of each road roadThere roadThere
There are other points of similarity between betweenDean bet wren wrenDean
Dean Langdells criticism and Mr Holrucss Holrucssopinion holmessopinion
opinion but these two instances arc sue suggestively suegestively ¬
gestively Illustrative They show clerJv clerJvthat trtt trttthat
that even If the Supreme Court do dces nt ntfollow ntfollow
follow the election returns Its member membersometimes mernberssometimes
sometimes reach their conclusions upon uponmatters uponmatters
matters of evidence and arguments other than thanthose thtnthose
those submitted by the contending counsel counselIri t tiii
Iri the case before the court courtJustice courtJustice
Justice Unite and Instlce Holmes HolmesTo
To THE EDITOR or THE Stwiir If I r rsd rsdintelligently td tdIntelligently
Intelligently your editorial remarks i zecaed zecaedinc ic fil filing ¬
inc tbo be Supreme Courts decision In th thNorthern the theNorthern
Northern Securities case I understood you snuto youto
to state that In the TransMissouri Freight FreightHales Freighthates
Hales Association ease Chief Jufitke Fuller Fullfrand Fullerand
and Justices Peckham and Whjte took a aposition aposition
position that Is diametrically ella merically opposed to that tbatheld thatheld
held by each of them in his dissenting opinion opinionin
in the Northern Securities case caseI
I think you are correct in your statement statementso
so far as the Chief Justjcoand Juetloe Peck Peckham Peckham
ham are concerned but my Impression Is thAt thHyour thAtyour
your criticism Is somewhat Inaccurate re regarding regarding ¬
garding Justice White If you will consult consultthe consultthe
the record In the earlier cdse cdaeyoimwillflndtht cdaeyoimwillflndthtthe you will find that thatthe
the courts decision was announced In an anopinion anopinion
opinion read by Justice Peckham In that thatopinion thatopInion
opinion opInion the Chief hief Justice concurred JustIce JtistlcnWhite JustIceWhite
White however read an opinion that vigor vigorously rigorousl ¬
ously ousl dissented from the conclusions reached reachedby reachedby
by the majority of the court courtIt
It has been the subject Of Of no Insignificant Insignificantremarks insignificantremarks
remarks that in the Mercer decision cision Justice JusticeWhite IuoticeWhIte
White has recnunclutrd the opinions et etprcwed oxpreMed
preMed by him at the time flinethe tho TransMissouri TransMissouriFreight TransMissouriFreight
Freight Rates Association case was decided decidedand decidedand
and that not only have the Chief Justice and andJustice adJustice
Justice Peckham swim roupd and taken the thxposition theposition
position held throughout this Mrfes of cased casedby casesby
by Justice White but that Justice Holmes HolmePresident HolmesPresident
President Roosevelts appointed1hascon appointed1hascontrary nppoInt e has con contrary ¬
trary to the expectation of a g great eat mSfiy mSfiypersonsconcurred macv macvpersonaconcurred
personsconcurred In the views expressed eipressedIn
In both tho dissenting opinions read by byJustice byJustice
Justice White WhiteAll VhitoAll
All of this tliislonas lends not a allttle little Interest to the thnsuggestion thesuggestion
suggestion made by your correspondent correspondentR
R E El K that Justice White would make an anadmirable snadmirable
admirable candidate for the Democratic DemocraticPresidential DemocraticPresidential
Presidential nomination nominationIncidentally nominationIncidentally
Incidentally Justice White and Justice JustitHolmes JusticeIlolntea
Holmes are warm personal friends Esch Eschday Eschday
day they may bo seen walking down th thavenue the theavenue
avenue together when the Supreme Court Courthas Courthas
has adjourned S ft ftWASBINOTOK ftWASUINlTOy
WASBINOTOK March 19
A Great Catalogue of Americana AmericanaFrom AmericanaFront
From the London Vallv V ilg Chronicle ChronicleA
A catalogue of a remarkable kind Is at lh the mo moment mament ¬
ment being completed In I London It Is in lnd index indexof x xof
of the manuscripts referring to the period of lbs thitAmerican lbsAmerican
American Revolution which are In the archives archivesof
of Fntland France Ilollind and Spain SpainFor SpiteFor
For about thirty years Iu compilation occupied occupiedthe ocLipi ocLipithe
the late Mr Benjamin Franklin Stephens who w wso was wasoo
so well known as despatch agent here for lbs thiAmerican lbsAmerican
American Government It was the pet task of ofhis ofhis
his life as well as of his leisure hours and he left It Italmost Italmost
almost finished ilnlahedtbanics thanks to the considerable staff staffwhich staffwhich
which be bad working on It There Is not and there therenever tbeeenever
never can be another catalogue just justitke like It and andUs andits
Us Inevitable destiny would stem to be the Library Libraryof
of Congress at Washington WashingtonThe
The period covered dates from Ufa when the therumblings therumbilnrs
rumblings of the American Revolution began to tol783
1783 when the trcmind6ua tremnd us chapter for which It Itstood itMood
stood In the worlds history could be summed up upIf upIf
If It was a time of the Mvnrd It nas also a lime nf nfthe ofihe
the pen as Mr Stevens catalogue eatslogtielndez Indei prove prove1ft
1ft It there are entered no fewer than teiwi teiwidocuments iti001documcnts
documents compiled In three divisions First Flrttthere Firstthere
there I Is a catalogue In fifty flhi volumes of beautifully beautifullywritten beautifullywritten
written manuscript of these documents as Indl Indlcated Intlrated
rated by short titles Then comes a chronological chronologicalIndex chronoioglratindex
Index In a hundred volumes with a description nf nfracli ofracli
racli document and Us contents Finally an alpha alphabetical alphahrttcal ¬
betical Index arranged according to the writers writerssnd writersand
and receivers of papers papersor or In the absence of ofnames ofnam
names nam A the subjects attbJeciarainc runs to thirty volumesln volumeslnall
all IM volumes of manuscript manuscriptAt
At one lime a proposal for a grant In aid of Mr MrStevenss MrStevensS
Stevenss undertaking was made In Congress h hIt hit hitit
It did not come to anything This was not for want wantof wZtof
of appreciation of the be catalogue but because It l lalwafa lo loalwas <
alwafa hard to gel a big Parliament to attend tn tna Ina
a small measure The Index has been valued At AtJCJOooo AttOeSO
JCJOooo but being unique Itmay be said to be sub ltH ltHout
out money and without price priceMoileale priceMoolaIe
Moileale East of Sue SnezFrom SueFrom
From the ferati Strattt Kciio KciioOn KshaOn
On Sunday afternoon at 4 P M a Cblneae lunrli lunrliwa1 lunebwaS
waS given by Mrs Chla noon Teat In honor of the thedeparture thedeparture
departure of Mr ir Law Yew iew Swee to Tongkab and andMr and7tr
Mr Tan Koon Vonts recent appointment as aa aaperintendent i iperintenclent
perintendent over the property of Mr Low Boon BoonTit BoonFit
Tit at Mrs Ah th Yokes country house Aft Aftlunch 1 firs firslunch
lunch the servIces of threeCnntonese Jlnglnc Ctrl Ctrlwercengared lrli lrliwere
wercengared were engaged ibeptrtormanceofthethreeChlnMs ibeptrtormanceofthethreeChlnMsgirls the performance ofthe three Cit tieis tieisgirls
girls a Malay plantJtaMohammedanorfantstwhn plantJtaMohammedanorfantstwhnplayed
played the harmonium with exquisite taMe was wasmuch wAsmuch
much appreciated by all present while the usual usualMalay uiiiiMalay
Malay rongteng party was also tn attendance attendanceThis attentncrThis
This sort of function comprising such cosmnpol cosmnpoltan
tan music was never before essayed by any oof oofand on onand
and Mrs Chla Boon Teal has scored a succew succewThe UeCeS UeCeSThe
The party dispersed al midnight highly highlywith > pleased pleasedwith <
with the services of the musician and themselves themselvesWong thernaelvrsWong
Wong Peaks HIiadTentur HIiadTenturInm MisdtenturiJrom
Inm the Ptrtlt Strata Echo EchoSli EchoSla
Sli Chlnc Chinese < e gang robbers Macaos entered the thehouse thehouse
house of one Wong FooV who resided at Tambun Tambuna CA CAa
a prosperous mining tillage a few miles from Ipo IpoThey IPOThey
They threw some wate ietey which was relied wltb wltbfew A Afew
few chillies In his eyes and tied him to a stool and andthen andtbca
then began to search the house They broke open opena
a box and removed 10 10 In notes a gold nag and andsome sadsome
some clothing to the tune of IM They then went wentout wentout
out and bolted and locked the houSe leaving the theunfortunate theutoriunate
unfortunate Wong Fook a prisoner therein He Hemanaged HPmanaged
managed however to unloosen his towchang ant an1with antwith
with the aid of ofan an axe burst open his door He then thenwent thensnent
went to the Tambun police station and mad madreport A Areport
report reportCambridge reportCambridge
Cambridge and Oxford Men Not Student StudentFrom StadanhFrom
From fA tile CamWtet Crania OrantaIn
In future 0 C ye wise men of the press dont rail railus all allus
us students Honettly It Is a slur upon our char cloraclers charactees
aclers You may find studentscertainty studentscertaintydentIn A AdentIn
dentIn Edinburgh and the other unlverf1 unlverf1north unteersnorth °
north of the Tweed But at Oxford and CainbrlJse CainbrlJseIhe
the species Is practically nonexistent nonezistentI
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