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THURSDAY HURDAY MARCH 31 1 1001 1001Entered 10 10lred 1904tered
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p SUNDAY Per fer Vrsr Yrr a 21 00 00I7A1LY 00flAILY
I7A1LY tAILY AMI ANIIUNUAY SUNDAY Per Year ur H 800 800if 00 00DAILY Oi
if DAILY AND ANI AN SUNDAY Per Month 70 70Pottage 70Poitsre 0 0Jonare
Pottage Jonare to foreign countries added addedTDK adde adde4T
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J j If our trlmai rlnd who Iho fatar fatr ui u uttft tlh manuicrtplf manurpl for torputllcaHtn forpubltalOn 10 10I
I publication publtalOn irfii th la II Hare njrclttt Juld artlclei arlcu returned thtv thtvmutt lheVniufl hl
mutt In ell al rose ca tend lnd stamps amp for or that pur purpol purpolMr purpoie purpoief f ate ateMr
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Mr Jerome and rnd IIli 11 mil milTho Di HillTho
Tho District Di8trlct Attorney Attorne is fightIng f hlng for forhis lorhl8 fori
i his socallod soclod Canfleld Canfeld bill bi with all al tho thoenergy thoenerly theenergy
energy enerly that ho manlfowls manlrCts whenever tho thopublic thopublc theik
ik public publc interests interest seem to him to require requirespecial rqulro rqulrospacal roquiroI
I special spacal efforta etort in tho way or personal personalactivity peronl peronlAcivity
1 activity Acivity We believe blove that an over overwhelming overwhelmJn overr ¬
r whelming preponderance prepondernc of honest sen senI sentirnent j jtimont
I 1 timont in this town ow and throughout throughout tho thoState tho8t3te theState
State is now behind Mr JEROME JEROMEHo JEROMEHe JanoMsk
k Ho ia i 1 working for tho impartial impfrlal en enforcement enforoent ent ¬
t forcement foroent of tho criminal law lawThis lawTil lawLAi
LAi I This Til h1s bill bi to facilitato laclitato the conviction convictionof convicton convictonS
S of influential Infuental lawbreakers In wbreaker has lis passed passedthe Ple
t i the Senate by a nonpartisan nonparisan vote Yot If IfIt I Ifr
r It is held tip lp in the Assembly Aaombly or defeated defeatedthere deCeate defeatedj
j there ther tho real reason reon will be b such as no noopponent noCPpncnt noI
I opponent CPpncnt of the measure will wi jil dare to tovow tovow toI
vow vowIn vowi
I
i i In his brief submitted submited yesterday ycterday at ntAlbany atlbany
14 Albany District Attorney Atorney JEKOME JF10ME dis dispOBod disJ dieIi
Ii posed of the only respectable respctable argument argumentBgauiBt nrgumentJ argumentagainst
J J against agait pjo tho enactment enactment of the bill bi which whichny whichany whichsny
any ny legislator leglator had been ben nblo to offer offernamely oler olerr
in tho thoprosecution thoproecution ther
r 0 namely that that a law permitting prmittng
r prosecution of crime tho use of evidence evidencethat evidencef evidencethat
f that was not legally legaly available avaiable when the thocrimo thej thecrime
j crimo was committed commite would bo b an cj cjfoet cxh 0
> h foet facto law Iow and therefore unconsti unconstitutional unconst unconstitutional ¬
108 tutional tutonal Mr ErJEnoMEcItedamongothor ErJEnoMEcItedamongothoropIn1on JunoMR cited cied among other otheropinions otheropinion
opinions opinion this thi clear definition defnition from the theSupreme theStinreme
Supreme Courts decision in the case of
io pr vs s Utah UtahStatutes Utahf
f Statutes whlcti simply sImp enlarge the clasx da ela pf p per pertons perpM per0n3
tons pM 0n3 who lbo may be competent to testify leI In II criminal criminalesses crminal crminali crinitnag
g i I esses < es are ar not tx f poll facto In their application npplc310n to toproseoutlons 10leoulons toc
c I proseoutlons leoulons for crimes crmu commuted commiled prior prlr to thrli thrlipassage tblrpue thrlrpLsssge
passage pue for they tbe do not lot ot attach alacb criminality crminaily to any anyact anyacl anyI
I act previously done which was U Innocent In nocent wben whendoie wbendoa wbendoae
doie doa par sggravMe 4 urlvlt any crlmo crmo theretofore Iherlotoro com committed comllle coinI ¬
I llle putted npr n e provide a greater IrOater punishment punllbmenllbereor punllbmenllbereori thereto thereforthan theretoibm
i than ibm was 1U prescribed prucrbac at tbe time tme of Its tj commit commitaloa comm comniLiI
4 I i aloa fo iIoa nor do they alter aler the degree derre or lessen lelen the theamount themount
I amount aounl mount or measure melure of the proof which was we made madearcesssry madeI
0 I arcesssry r alo to conviction oonlclon when the crime crme was WI com cominlttfd comi
1 i V t I Jlted Jltedi inlttfd inlttfdAlterations nit ited itedI
i I Alterations AlerUol of the legal rules rlu of evidence eIceoce which whichonly Wblc WblcI Wblconly wblcbI
I I only remove existing eJlsUni extatln restrictions rstrcton upon the corn cornpetency cometency cornpetency
petency of certain cerCal classes clU of persons as l witnesses witnessesrelate WitnessesI lnesses lnessesb
b I I relate to t modes molf of If procedure prcur only In which no one onecan oneean onecan
can be said to have a vested lec right Irbt and ac which the tbeState IhoJ thei
J I 1 i State upon grounds rrn of public pUblc policy poloy may regulate regulateat
I I at pleasure pleasureThe ple8l pleasqeeI re reI
I The only argument now left lef to the theobstructionists thet
1 t obstructionists obstrotonist of evenhanded evenhade justice justiceseems jutc justiceaeems
I seems aeem to be b that it is i not public publo policy policyto poley poleyt
r t to permit perlt the officer ofcr charged with wih tho thoprosecution thoI
I I prosecution of criminals crminal to bring brlU to tho thobar thobar theI
I bar a rich and ad powerful criminal crminal who whohas whof whobait
f has hl defied defe the law for years year and to con convict cn cnt convict ¬
vict him if he U I guilty gulty through the evi evidence ev eviI ¬
t I dence denc of this or that rich rch witness witnes with withnoyed wth wthifuental withq
q I i ifuental jntuentjaI conneotons connections who may be an annoyed
noye noyed at the te idea of going upon the thestand thostnd the8t4fld
stand stnd in such a trial trialIf tral trialV
V If I the Assemblymen Assmblyen heed e the voice of ofthe DCthe oft
t the people poplo they will wi uphold this fearless fearlessofficer lere fearleasq
q officer omcr in his attempt attempt to enforce entorc the law lawqually lawequaly lawequally
equally equaly against agallt all al lawbreakers lawbraker They Thoywill
V will 1 refuse rtmo to constitute consttute class cl distinctions distinctionsIn diticions diticionsI distinctionstntheniatter
In I tbematter the matter of witnesses witneae in gambling gamblingcases gmblng gmblngcae gamblingcases
cases cae They will wi give moro power pwer to toJEROMES toI toJEROM
I JEIMJa JEROM JEROMES honest onet elbow elbowSecretary elbw elbwSecretary elbowSrcretary
Secretary Hitchcock at Sixtynine SixtynineThe
The unreasonably halo and ad vigorous vigorousgentleman vigoroust 1 1lentoma
t lentoma gentleman who administers administrs the affairs affairsof afairs afairsf
of f the Interior Intrior Department Depatment and ad bosses bossestha boses bosesthl bossesthe
the thl venerable venerblo WARE of the Pension PensionBureau Penion PenionBureau PensionBureau
Bureau was born bor on Sept 10 1835 185 Ho Hola HeI
g la I in his sixtyninth year yearThis yearThil yearThis
This Thil circumstance crcumstance imparts impart a humorous humorousflavor humorousfavor humorousavo1
flavor favor avo1 to the Hon ETHAN ALLEN HITCH HITCHCOCK HITCHCOCK Hircirt ¬
t COCK s remarks remark in defence of the Execu Executive Executve Execui ¬
i live tve order fixing fxing the age of 62 6 as 8 tho age ageof ageor ageof
of natural infirmity Infriy disability disabity and in incapacity IncpAity inV1 ¬
V1 capacity cpAity to earn ean a support in the the case caseof cae caei caseof
i of t veterans vctr4 of tim civil civi war warAccording warAccording warAccording
According to the Secretarys Secretala argu argument arg arguij ¬
ij I ment he has ha not only passed pMed tho begin beginning beglnlng beginJ ¬
J sting lng of the thl ego of infirmity infrmity but is tot tottering tottrng tottaring ¬
tering trng on on the brink of absolute absolut senile senilehelplessness senie seniehelpICsne senilebelphessness
helplessness helpICsne Contemplate this picture pictureOf pictur
t t Of the man ma in his sixties sixtiesIt sixtes sixtesI
IL ° It I U t writ I understood Undrlooc that there Is I a natural naturaldecay naural nauraldecay naturaldecay
decay of the th physical phlllcal powers due solely aolel to age agehlch Ire1blcb
1 1blcb whieb hlch Impairs a mans ma capacity capacty to cam ur a support supportby 5Uppr eupportt7
t7 by his Ils own ow manual maual labor Not lot ot only docs doe the act actItself aclIxl actk
k Itself Ixl provide prvIde that each acb and every eer Infirmity Innrl shall shallfee lb Mienbe al
fee duly duJ considered Caldee but the Ibf decisions under It I uni uniformly unltry unti1 ¬
i1 formly try recognize rcrle the principle prnciple that disabilities clsbllle due dueto cue cueto dueto
to senility aenlly alone are pensionable The Theorder Te Teorder meorder
order In question Queslon merely merellays lays down ns e a convenient convenientrule convenientZt I Irle
Zt rule rle of decision ded lon and anc a rcbuttable rbutablo presumption o ofsct 01 01fle ofII I
II tact fle tbat one who Is t otherwise olbenl e entitled enUled to a pension pensionand pensionId pensionand
and Id Is 6Z 8 years Oear of age Is I partially palalY disabled dlbled from fromearning frm frmeamlnr fromearning
earning a livelihood 1elb d by his hi hands had that one who Is Ise
01 e Is I more mor disabled dbablec for manual maual work that Ila I one oe who whols wboI whor
r ls I fii 11 Is In a Btlll alllreale greater degree deerr Incapable of earning earninga
il a support suppor by manual maual labor and ad that tba one of 70 0 1s 1scompletely I iscorsipletely
completely disabled In this thl regard rrrrc Certainly Ceralnllluol sues suesa sucha
a presumption Is I justified Juslned by b general Ieneral experience experienceIn uperence uperenceI
j In I actual lift liftAlthough lfe lfeAlthough lifer
r Although by his own showing the theSecretary theScretay thet
t Secretary Scretay long ago arrived nrlved at the theage theag thes
s 1 age ag of infirmity infrity which ought to enjoy enjoyexemption enjoyexempton enjoyexemption
exemption exempton from the annoyances anoyancc and andtoils RndtoUB andtte
tte toils of life le we venture to t congratulate congratulatehim
i him on the fact that he yet has between betweenseventeen botweenI
I seventeen Ienteen and eighteen months before beforecollapsing beCorecolaplng
4 I collapsing colaplng into utter uttr decrepitude decrepitudeThn
i i The Men Ien Who lho Cry Cr Home 10mI I1oii Ruin RuinIn Rulfu Rulful RuleIn
l In section secton 50 of the city cit Charter Chater the thopower ther thepower
r I power is conferred upon uJon tho Board of ofEstimate orFtmate ofkI
kI Estimate Ftmate the Board of Aldermen and andthe andthe andthe
the Mayor to fix fx the salaries salare8 of every everyperson ceryperson
1 person who draws drw8 compensation compnsaton from fromthe fromthe fromjI
jI the city cty treasury trcMUr except day laborers laborersteachers laboremteaher laborersp
p teachers teaher and members membcr of the supervis supervising 8uper18In ¬
t I ing In force of the Department of Educa Education Educaton Education ¬
tion ton This Thi power is not restricted retrictd ex except exept oxcept ¬
cept ept by the provision that hat no change changeshall chage chage8hal changeshalt
shall 8hal be made in tho salary san of an elected electedofficer electedofcr electedofleer
officer ofcr or hood hoa of a department depament during duringhis duringhis duringhis
his tenure tnur of office ofco Thoprinciple Tho prnclplo of ofhome oChome of0home
home rule rlo is hero applied Jpled absolutely absolutelyand absolutd absolutdand
and a power of tho greatest tCt importance importanceis imprnle imprnleil
is il delegated delegte by the State to the municipal municipalcorporation municp1 municp1crpraton municipalcorporation
corporation crpraton Any other man who thinks thinkshe thinkshe thinkshe
he should boud receive rcive a a8arylargrthm salary larger than that thathe thathe thathe
he now noWdrawl nowdrawa draws may mlY apply to t the Board oar of ofEatlmnte oCEtlte ofEatlinate
Eatlmnte Etlte for on a increase Incrae and nd if ho can canIS cn canb
IS b
convince convinc n majority mmjolly of tho members member of ofthat 01thlt ofthat
that thlt body hy and a BUfllclont lumcent number numbr of ofAldermen orAldermen ofAldermen
Aldermen and tho Mayor a > or that thlt Ills re request request roquest ¬
quest la I a Just ono It will wi bo b granted grantedSuch grunlcdSuch grantedSuch
Such a condition conditon pf affairs nfalrH should do dollBht delght dolight
light lght the heurUi hcurU of those who clamor clamoronthoHtutnpfor clnmoron
onthoHtutnpfor on the Hturp stump for homo homorule rule Huhould Huhouldlend ltshotJlllead Hhoull Hhoulllead
lead to an entire entro abandonment Ibandonlent of efforts cfTortHto cfortH cfortHto
to get the Legislature Lghialro to raise milo tho lie HiiliirleB HiiliirleBI lliuriel lliurieloC
I of city cty employees olIIees Tammany lllllnr BtiiUH BtiiUHrnen HlltCH HlltCHmen ItlttCI4men
men especially epocaly Hhould HhOlid refrain from twit twitIng IHI IHIIng tathing <
Ing tho Legislature I gllluturo to invade invldo tho city cityand cityand cityflfll
and go 10 over the heads headRooC of the city cty uu authorities uuthorlteB uuthorlties ¬
thorities thorlteB In mutters Jutrra which whih thoy tire Iro per perfectly perredly er erfecty ¬
fectly fecty competent cOlpotent to handle Hut what whatIs whlt whltIs
Is tho fact fuctFortyseven ructFortysevon factFortyseven
Fortyseven billH hiH increasing Incrcnlnj the pay payof IIY IIYor payof
of employees of tho city dt have hlo been in introduced Introduced introduced ¬
troduced in the Legislature this year yearaccording yearaccording cur curaccordinu
according to tho record kept by tho City CityClub Ciy CiyClub CityClub
Club Each of these thclo deals dunll with n I sub subject slb slbject subjoct ¬
ject completely cmplelely within tho jurisdiction jurisdictionof jurhditon jurhditonoC on onof
of the tile city cty government governlent Thirty of theso thesobills thesobis thesebills
bills bis were introduced by DemocratH DemocratHthe
the loudest loudest howlers for homo rule ruleForty rile rileJorty ruleForty
Forty of these thesebis thesebills bills are mandatory mandatoryIng Riving Riv givlag ¬
ing no discretion discreton to the city ciy government governmentin
in their application nlplcaton That Blew ItCln ad advocate advocate advocato ¬
vocate of homo rule TIIOMAH 10 I i FIIAXCIS FIIAXCISGIIADV JnA F1IANCIi3GIIADV cIS cISGnAD
GIIADV is one of tho men most con conspicuous con1IIIcuous consiicuou3 ¬
spicuous 1IIIcuous in these efforts eforts to impose hay hayseed haysced Jittyseed ¬
seed legislation legislaton upon lJ0n Now York < That Thatdevoted Thatdevoted fhat
devoted disciple of autonomy PATRICK PATRICKHEVIU PAICK PAICKIENlY lAriuicKIIENltr
HEVIU IENlY McOAHRES 1cOAnJ who learned a new newlesson newlesson fleWlesson
lesson in autonomy at Coney Island on onTuesday 01 outTuesday
Tuesday fuesdIY is another They are lre in fact facttho fncttho factthe
tho most prominent leaders Icadc in those thoseattacks theto thetoatacks thoseattacks
attacks atacks upon Now Yorks right ripht to gov govern govern govera ¬
ern itself itselfBehind itelf itelfBhInd itselfBehind
Behind BhInd them range rngo lesser l tHer lights lphts of ofDemocracy oCDemocracy ofDemocracy
Democracy and some tallow tnlow dips of ofRepublicanism oCHepublcanisl ofReptiblicanisni
Republicanism Hepublcanisl not ono of whom whol lets letsslip lelaalp letsslip
slip alp an opportunity opportnnly to mouth louth it for homo homorule homorule huorrierule
rule and not ono 010 of whom is II really reallysincere tcul reallysincere
sincere in his attacks atacks on legislative MlegishiutioInterference legislativeinterference IegislntioIntererence
interference Intererence Should all ni the t lie measures measuresIntroduced melsureR melsureRIntroduced measuresintroduced
Introduced by these defenders of the city citybecome ciy ciybecome citybecome
list would be in increased increased increased
become law the salary salar > lst ¬
creased by 1018280 a year ear and Ind home homorule homerule homerule
rule could go hang
0
favor on such measures as those intro introduced introduced introdticed
duced by GRADV OnA1Y McCAiutEv lCARIJ and Ind the thefellows their theirlelowl theirfellows
fellows lelowl They The are in inefeet effect a declarn declarntion declar declarntion
tion ton that his administration administraton is incom inconipctont incompetent incomjotent
pctont petent to exercise exercso tho powers con conCered conCeredupon conferred conferredupon ferret ferretupon
upon it by the Legislature l lsllturo Probably Probablyho
ho will wi veto vet all al of these bills bis if they ever evcicome evercomo evercaine
come before be CorD him Hut they tho show in irvivid invivid invivid
vivid colors the entire insincerity lusncerit > of some someof lome lomeor seineof
of the howls for home rule ruleSome rle rleBome rulesome
Some Recent Views iowa fr cur > f the American AmericanRevolution AmerIcanncOoluton iiicrIeauIt
Revolution RevolutionMany ncOoluton ncOolutonMany It eo I Ut bit bitMany
Many tt 1 protest protest has ha been heard on the theother thoother theother
other side of ofthe the Atlantic Atlntc against aglinst the lie view viewof viewof viewof
of our Revolutionary Revolutonary War 11 ttr taken tlken by b Sir SirGEORGE SirGEOROE SirGEoiion
GEORGE OTTO 010 TREVKLYAN who in his hisrecent higrecent hisrecent
recent history of tho conflict contct between betweenthe betweenthe betweenthe
the mother country and her colonies coloniesdescribes coloniesdescribes coloniesdescribes
describes it as a having Iminl been from begin beginning beginning beginning ¬
ning to end a struggle of vice against againstvirtue agninst againstvirtue
virtue The latest protestant protestllt is Prof ProfJ Prof
J K IC LAUGHTON who points out in tho thoNational thoNatonal theNatiotmi
National Natonal Review that tho Trovelyanconception Trovelyan lrclyan lrclyanconccllton lrovclyanconception
conception conccllton of tho contest differs dilers es essentially essentaly ccsentially ¬
sentially sentaly from that set set forth by b > tho late lateMr lateMr lateMr
Mr LECKT and also from from that that pro propounded propounde propounded ¬
pounded pounde by an a American writer Mr MrSIDNEY MrSYDNE Ir Ir8YDN6Y
SIDNEY GEORGE FISHER J1BlER in The True TrueHistory TruoHi8tory TrueHistory
History of the American Revolution RevolutionThere Rooluton RoolutonThere RevolutionThere
There is no doubt that much can be beold beld besaid
said old ld against agant Sir GEORGE TREVELYANS TREVELYANSassumption TREVELYANSaumpton TBEvELYANsassumption
assumption aumpton that that thatthe the sole 610 cause of colonial colonialdisaffection colonialdlsatecUon colonialdisaffection
disaffection dlsatecUon and ad of the quarrel with wih Eng Hngrland England i iland
land was wa the question queston of taxation taxaton The Thoclaim Theclaim
claim of a right to tax did of course courseexcite courseexcit courseexcite
clm
excite excit much indignation indignaton but a apersls aperslsent persist persistent persistent ¬
ent attempt atempt to exercise the alleged aleged right rightwould rght rghtould rightwould
would ould have been met by a passive pllslvo re resistance relstnce reaistance ¬
sistance lstnce in face of which the law would wouldhave wouldhave wouldhave
have been ben powerless Tho late JOHN JOHNFIBKE JOIX JOIXFIBKE JomFISKE I
FIBKE showed that what kept Itept colonial colonialdiscontent colon colondiscontnt colonialdiscontent
discontent discontnt alive alve after aCer the repeal of tho thoStamp thoStamp theStamp
Stamp Act and inflamed solnflmed so it that SAMUKL SAMUKLADAMS SIUL SIULADAMS SAMUEIJADAMS
ADAMS and his coadjutors coujutors found it easy easyto eay eayto ercytobring
to tobring bring about friction Crlcton and collision colsion was wasthe WIS wasthe I Itho
the invitation invitton caused by the restrictions restrictionson restrictons I Ion
on Industry Industr and trade trde and by the Navi Navigation Navigaton Na vi vigatlon ¬
gation gaton act Those restrictions restricton8 tho colo colonists colonist8 cob cobnists ¬
nists had long been accustomed to evade evadoby cvadehy evadeby
by smuggling smugglng and GEORGE GREXVILLES GREXVILLESinflexible GnEJvlLES GnEJvlLESInfexible GnENvIrLgsinflexible
inflexible Infexible determination determinaton to put down downsmuggling downsmu downsmuggling
smuggling smu gln could hardly fail fai to turn tur the theminds theminds theminds
minds of many man colonists toward towlrd political politicalseparation poltcal poltcalseparaton politicalseparation
separation separationThe separaton
The resolve to suppress supprC81 smuggling smugglingwas smurglnl
was WI reasonable rcaonablo enough from a British Britishpoint Britsh Britshpoint Britishpoint
point of view for recent experience had hadshown hadshown hititlshown
shown that New Englanders in pursuit pursuitof puruit
of their illegal ieal traffic trfc were apt Ipt to over overlook overlook overlook ¬
look considerations COMideraton of patriotism patriotsm It Itwas ItW Itwas
W was well wel known to OrENVitLE nrESVILU ENVILLn and his hiscolleagues biscole1IUC hiscolleagues
colleagues cole1IUC that hnt throughout throu hout tho Seven SevenYears SmenYear SevenYears
Years Year War the shipowners Ihlpowncrs of Now Kng Kngland En Enland lngland
land and New York had continued contnued their theirtrade theirtrade theirtrade
trade with the French West Indian set settlements settemenl sottioments ¬
tlements temenl and Ind had hd supplied suppled the French Frenchor Frencl
or Spanish Spnish enemy enm with naval nlval stores storesAn storesAn storesAn
An official ofcal report from VicoAdrniral VicoAdrniralCOTES ViceAdmiralCorns icoAdmirl icoAdmirlCOTES
COTES commanding commading at at Jamaica Jamlica in 1759 1759named 1759named 1759named
named twentyeight vessels most of ofthem ofthem
them the from Salem Boston Rhode Island IslandNew IslandNew IslandNew
New London Lndon and New York as lS being bein at atone lt ltone atone
one time tme in a single Spanish West Indian Indianharbor Indinnharbor Indianharbor
harbor harborOf
Of tho Boston Tea el Party Part Sir GEOIICIB GEOIICIBTREVELYAN GE010E GE010ETREnLYAN GaoitcnTRavELYA
TREVELYAN adopts the view usually usualy put putforward IUt putforward
forward in American school histories historiesthe historiesthe historiesthe
the view namely namel that thlt id iCwan was wai a somewhat somewhatviolent somewhat semnewhmatviolent
violent violent but but pardonable remonstrance remonstranceagainst remonstmncoagainst rcnionstritnceagainst
insidious to introduce introducethe
against an attempt atempt Introuc
the thin end of the wedge of taxation taxationMr tuaton tuatonIr taxationMr
Mr Ir LuCKY thought on tho contrary contrarythat contrarythat contrarythat
that he could discern discer more significance significancein slgnifcalt
in the incidentand Incident and attributed attribut1 tho act actof actoC netof
of violence to the fear entertained by bythe bythe bythe
the Sons of Liberty Libertytho tile extreme extremepatriots extremepntrlotthat extremepatriotsthat
patriots pntrlotthat that if I the tea were once landed landedit
it would probably find fnd purchaser purchre in inasmuch Inamuch inasniuch ¬
asmuch amuch as 8 owing owinj to the drawback drwback of oftho oCtho oftime
tho duty on exportatlontho commodity commoditycould commodit commoditcould commoditycould
could be sold in the colonies much muchcheaper muchcheaper muchcheaper
cheaper than in England Eulunc itself ilelf and andcheaper nndcheaper tundcheaper
cheaper than tea imported from any nnyother nn nnother anyother
other country Prof LADOIITOV IJAU0ITO Hug Huggests HU HUJetf suggests
Jetf gests that Hlt if I it i be true as W it has ha been beenassorted ben benlerted beenassorted
assorted lerted that JOHN JOlN HANCOCKS H cocs wealth wealthwas wcalh wcalhehief wealthwas
was chiefly ehief made madeby by smuggling slujgll tea from fromSt fromRt fromSt
St Kustatlus Iustatus it is at least lealt possible that thatho thli thliho thathe
ho and his friends hud at the time tmo a alnJe alnJeftok large largestock largestock
stock ftok of tea on their hands handl and wore worethus worethus ere erethu8
thus commercially commerdnl > intcrcsted int restcd in prevent preventing proventing Preventing ¬
ing the landing of the East India IndiaCompanys IndiaCompanys
Companys consignments consignmentsOf conlignments conlignmentsor I
Of courso coure SAMUKL ADAMS ADAMI hud hld no 10 Htnck Htnckof Htlck utockof
of tea to protect and Mr Ir SYDNKY SYIIIY GEOHCK GEOHCKFIRMER GtOII iaoltwiFisiitn
FIRMER FIRIn nwribcw Ifpribt tho part plrt which ho in be believed he10ed beiioved ¬
lieved 10ed to have played 1IIycd in the Tea Tel Party Partyto Part Partto
to a deliberate delblrte design dli n to bring hrll nbout a arupture 1 arupture
rupture with wih tho mother country countr which whichwould whichwould hich hichwould
would assist 118t the Radical patriots patrots to tor toI toc
r
I
a
ru r rarouse
arouse tho spirit of their follow reJow colo colonlata colonit cob cobnista
nlata nit Mr FIBHEII JB1m indeed for his hi part parkla parti
la i convinced that tho Revolution Uovoluton was WMmuch n nmuch amuch
much more ugly and unpleasant affair affairthan afair afairthln affairthita
than thln most of us UI have been taught to sup suppose supp0e suplime ¬
pose p0e Ho is far from holding that that all alltho al alltho
tho acts of the British Briish Government pre preceding precotlll procehiflg ¬
ceding cotlll tho outbreak of tho war wore woreabsurdly werobsurdly woreabsurdly
absurdly stupid oven from its It own point pointof
of view or that thlt tho loyalist loyaiBt8 were few fewin fewIn fewin
in numbers number and their arguments not notworth notworth notworth
worth considering conflderin Ho cannot BOO 110 In Infact Inrct infact
fact any liii 1 advantage ndvuntgo In not describing describingwith delcrlblnl describingwith
the thesmuggling thesmu thesmuggling
with wih clue fulness and emphasis
cuo
smuggling smu fln the buying bulni of laws from fromcolonial fromcolonial
colonial 10101111 Governors and ad other irregular irregularconduct Irregularconeiuct I Icondupt
conduct condupt in tho colonies col nles which led Eng England Ing England ¬ I Ilund
land to try to remodel them as soon as asthe a asthe
the fear of the French Jrench in Canada was wasremoved wn wnremoved wasremoved
removed removedProf removedProC removedProf
Prof LAUOHTON LoWOJTO finds fnds it by no means meanadifficult mean meansdifficult
difficult difcult to demonstrate demonftrat that Sir GEOROB GEOROBTHKVKLYAN OEORORIIEmYAN GEononTitlVEIYAN
THKVKLYAN IIEmYAN had no business buslne8 to speak speakof spk spkof spo k kof
of tho enlisting enlstng of Hessian 1e8slan and ad other otherGerman otherGerman otherlerinan
German soldiers soldlerl as an enormity enority peculiar peculiarto pcular pcularto peculiartoGsonaEIIIsMiniaters
to toGsonaEIIIsMiniaters OEORQE tOROE III II 1llnistcr Ministers and the Amer American AmerlCun Amerlean ¬
lean lCun War Ho le recalls recals that throughout throughouttho
tho whole range of o modern moder history histry Ger Germany Germuny Ocrmany ¬
many had been the recruiting recruitng ground groundfor
for Europe but passing plslnl over tho Con Continental Continental Continental ¬
tinental wars Wlr of the sixteenth and seven seventeenth 80venteenth seventecnth ¬
teenth centuries ho deems dcI it sufficient sufficientto 8ufcle1t 8ufcle1tto sufficieptto
to remind Sir GEORGE GE01E that the Highland Highlandrising Highlandrising Highlandrising
rising of 1745 was largely crushed by bymeans bymean8 bymeans
means of Hessian troops imported for fortho lorthe forlime
the purpose If asks Ik8 Prof LAUGHTON LAUGHTONit
it was 11 so terribly heinous an a offence ofence for forGEORGE forGtOIOE foriEOflaE
GEORGE GtOIOE IIIto II Ill to send Hessian Hessia troops troop to toput toput toPUt
put down a rebellion rebelon in tho colonies coloniesagainst colonie colonienguinst coloniesagainst
against nguinst English Englsh authority what was wa it itfor ItCor itfor
for GEORGE o Jo Eo1101 nm II I to call cal in Hessians Hessian to tosettle tosete tosettle
settle sete on British Brish soil soi what what many m ny would wouldconsitfor wouldconRidur wouldconskfor
consitfor a purely purolyporsonal personal quarrel quarrelWo
Wo o presume preume that nobody noboy who has hasmarked hI hImlrked hasimiurked
marked mlrked tho recent drift of historical histrical in inquiry inquir inquiry ¬
quiry has much doubt doubt that the story str of oftho ofthe ofthmo
the American Revolution Hovoluton will wi eventually eventuallybo eventualy eventualybo
bo rewritten rewriten upon lines lnes materially mlterialy dif different dlCferent dirferent ¬
ferent from thoso to which Sir GEOBGB GEOBGBTHKVELYAN GEORGDJmv GEOlIGItTJIuvgLYAN
THKVELYAN Jmv LAN has seen fit to conform It
will wi never be so rewritten rewrittn i ito as asto
to convince tho reader that the colonies coloniedid colonlcsId coloniesdidnotdo
did didnotdo < Id not not do wisely in separating 8eparatng from th thmother the thomother themother
mother country countryThe countryJhe countrylime
The National Xatonal Anthem AnthemIt
It is u I curious lurious fact that so frequently frequentlysome frequenty frequentysome frequentlysome
some good American AmeriCan arises with wth a Hal Halassertion fat fatnserton flatassertion
assertion that we have no national nationaanthem nationalanthol nationalanthem
nserton
anthem anthol or at any rate that we are no noquite not notquito notquite
quite sure whether it is a Hail Hai Columbia ColumbiaMy Clumbia ClumbiaMy ColumbiatmMy
My Country Tie of Thee Yankee YankeDoodle YankeeDoodle
I Doodle or The Star Spangled Banner BannerTho Baner Banerho BannerTime
Time ho truth is that among those thoe who kno knothere kow kowI know knowthere
there is il no doubt whatever The sourcnof source sourceof
I of doubt is to be found in tho fact that thatho thatthe thattime
the people of these United States SttC8 have havij havenover
j never spontaneously and of one accon acconchosen accord accordchosen
I chosen an anthem as the English Englsh did ii in
1745 But lut there has never been an anquestion any anyqueton anyquestion
question queton that the sentiment sentment surrounding eurroundinithe surounding suroundingtho
the flag fag has influenced infuenced tho great majority majorityto majorty majortyto
to prefer The Star Spangled Spangle Banner Banneras
as tho national nntonal hymn hymnIt hymnI
It I has ha been made so officially ofcialy by the thiusage theuSI theusage
usage uSI e of the Federal Government Goverment I Iis It Itis
is not at all al strange that so few people peopliknow peopleknow peopleknow
know this for only a small 8mal percentage percentageof percntge percntgeoC
of the population is familiar famiar with the thecustoms thecustoms thecustoms
customs of army posts post or o naval vessels vesselsThe vesels veselsThe vesselsThe
The ceremony cremony of evening colors color at all allmilitary aUmitar allmilitary
military mitar posts having bands bad8 includes incude the theplaying theplayig theplaying
playing playig of the national naton anthem antem The TheStar To ToStr TheStar
Star Str Spangled Spangle Banner when the flag flagis fag fagis flagis
is lowered lowero lowerudfor for the night On all al naval navalvessels navalvessels
vessels 0lels carrying crrig bands the same custom customis cutom cutomis
is observed oberved and it should be noted note as ashaving ashaving
having especial especnl official ofcal meaning meaing that in inforeign inforegn inforeign
foreign foregn ports The Star Spangled Spagle Ban Banner Banner Banner ¬
ner is thus proclaimed procaime by our ships aa aaour I Iour asour
our national ntonal hymn hymnHail hymnHai hymnHail
Hail Hai Columbia is one of our patriotic patrioticsongs ptriotic ptrioticson patrioticsongs
songs son but blt it has no official ofcalstdlg standing No Nonaval Nonavll Nonaval
naval navll or military miitar officer ofcr ever rises in a atheatre atheatre atheatre
theatre or takes tkes off 01 his hi hat out of doors doorswhen doorswhen
when it is played plae He Hedoessointhocase Hedoessointhocaseof does doe so in the case caseof ce ceor
of The Star Spangled Spagle Banner tmMy tmMyCountry My MyCountry MyCountry
Country Tis of Thee has hl no claims clim at atnil ataU atall
nil It is nothing more mor or less les than the thenational thenatonal thenational
national natonal anthem of England Eghmd with witl Ameri American American Amencan ¬
can words wors set to it i The Te tune was WI com composed composed cornposed ¬
posed by HENRY IE RY CAREY and first frt sung sungby Bungbr sungby
by him in 1739 It I rapidly gained gaine popu popularity popularity poptmIarity ¬
larity because becaue of the incursion incurion of the thePretender thePretendor thePretender
Pretender in 1745 when God Oo Save Save the theKing theJng theKing
King Jng began to bt > sung Rug in the theatres theatresTho theatrs theatrsTho theatresThe
Tho theme was taken tken from lrm an antique antiquemelody atque atquemelody antiquemelody
melody by Dr JOHN JOIJ BULL whence when c as assome 1 1somo assome
some think came tho appellation appelaton of ofJohn 01John ofJohn
John Bull Bul to patriotic patriotc England Ger Germany Germany Ocrnially ¬
many has also adopted adopt this tune using usingit
it for her Hoil Hei dir im Siegerkranz SiegerkranzNeither Siegerkrnz SiegerkrnzNeither SlegcrkranzNeither
Neither she nor we have any ay business businesswith bulne88 bulne88with businesswitim
with it it it belongs blong8 to t England EnglandYankee EnglandYankeo EnglandYankee
Yankee Doodle Doole has never been ben called calledour calledour
our national natonal anthem by any but certain certainEnglish crain crainEn certainEnglish
English En people who are
l8h ar particularly particularlyfond paricularly paricularlyfond
fond of foisting foi8tng it upon us as a our hymn hymnbecause hymnbecause
because becuso it is a vulgar undignified undignie and andworthless andworthless andworthless
worthless tune utterly uterly unfit unft to express expressthe epre8 expressthe
the patriotism patriotsm of a puissant puisant people peopleThat pople popleThat peopleThat
That amiable Imlablo coterie cotrio of British Btish news newspapcrswhich newsplperwhlch newspaperswhich
papcrswhich plperwhlch does its It best bt to foster the theAngloAmerican theAngloAmerIcan theAngloAmerican
AngloAmerican understanding undertanding by fling flinging fng fngIn flinging ¬
ing In gibes gib at at us on all al occasions ocslon8 insists insiststhat insist insiststhutt
that Yankee Doodle Doolo is i our national nationalanthem natonal natonalanthem nationalanthem
anthem It is not so and
i now ad never neverhas neverha never1mm
has ha been beenMore beenlore beenMore
More lore IopuliUlonXeeded lopulatlonNcededbythe opulaton Xecded by the South SouthWo SouthWe SouthWe
We have received rceived a report by the thesecretary thelecretary thesecretary
secretary lecretary of a Louisiana Luisiana league on an animmigration animmlgrlion animmigration
immigration immlgrlion movement to that State Statewhich Statewhich Statewhich
which has 111 been ben started by it The en enterprise enterprise enterpniso ¬ I
terprise affords alords an illustration iustraton of the thenewly thenewly thenewly I
aroused of business I
newly spirit progress progressin progres
in the South SouthTho SouthTho SouthThe
Tho immigration Immigrton this league would wouldpromote wouldprolote wouldpromimoto
promote prolote is of farmers famers from the North to tobuy t tobuy
buy undeveloped undevelopd lands which it it has h8 for forKule lorHile forsale
sale Hile How far the inducements inducement offered offeredwill ofered oferedwi offeredwill
will wi bo h successful succssCulln in attracting atractng that tht sort sortof sor sortof
of immigration ini raton is doubtful The differ differences dlfer dlfercnces differdices ¬
dices in agricultural methods methos and social socialconditions seal sealconditons socialconditions
conditions at the South are usually
conditons Iro u8ualy a aserious aserious aserious
serious bar to any considerable coIsiderable emi emigration emlJton em emgration ¬
gration Jton of farmers Curmer from tho North NorthMoreover NorthIoreover NorthMoreover
Moreover the great greut need of tho South Southis
is not so much Immigration Immigllton of that sort sortas 80rtI sortas
I as of laborers laborer to till ti the soil fol of which whichtho whichtime
time 1 he area Irea still stl undeveloped is so vast vastAt vastAt lt ltt
At t this time tme the volume of foreign immi immigration ImmlJ 1mmgnation ¬
gration J ruton more cs cspecaU especially > ecinlly from southern southernEurope souther southernEurope
Europe is ii coming comln in at a 1 rate not much muchbehind muchbehind muchbehind
behind the highest record In our history historyver
A very ver ery great rclt part of these thcslmmlgrants immigrants are oreliurdy arehlrdy arehmuirdy
liurdy hlrdy Italian Itlan peasants petantl trained to agri agricultural agi agilulurll agrieuituirnl ¬
cultural lulurll labor and they th come from n nlimato 1 acilmuute
limato clmnto which whidllnakC makes their adaptation adaptaton to toSouthern toSOlthlr toSouthern
SOlthlr Southern farming farling peculiarly peculnrly great grlat If Iftho I Ifthe
tho South SOlth could divert this stream stra to tota toi1 toits
i1 its ta farms and plantations plantatons it would oud get gt
5 7 r rspeedily
speedily peedly a largo Ilrgo addition additon to its Is popula population populaton pcmpulatlon ¬
tion ton and to Its It labor supply Up to this thistime thl8time thistime
time It has hu attracted atractd almost none of ofthese oftheRe ofthese
these immigrants immlgrat and it is obliged oblgod still stillto stillto
to depend almost exclusively eclusively on n the thonegro thenego thenegro
negro nego labor of whlchoo whlch4o many complaints complalntoare
are made by Southerners SouthernersWhy Southernel SouthernersWhy
Why docs this stream avoid the South Southand Southand Southand
and tend tent rather to congested congcted centres centresof
of population populaton at tho North Norh where the thepeculiarly theloularly thepeculiarly
peculiarly loularly agricultural aptitudes aptude of the theImmigrants tbeImmigrant8 theImmigrants
Immigrants have no chance chnce to bo b dis displayed di displayed ¬
played playo and employed employedIt
It Is for two reasons relsons First Firt the South Southgenerally Southgonernly Southgenerally
generally gonernly does does not offer oler high enough enoughwages enoughW enoughwages
wages W O to attract them They come to tothis tothl8 tothis
this country with wih tho American Americn standard standardof
of wages wage in their minds as 8 it is fixed fxe at the thoNorth theNorh theNorth
North Norh and with wih a knowledge kowlodge of It ob obtained obtaino obtamed ¬
tamed taino from the reports reprs of their country countrymen countrymen countrymen ¬
men already here The wage standard standardat standar
at the South as fixed fxe for the negroes negroesdoes negoes negoesdoe negroesdoes
does doe not satisfy satlty their demands demandl Again Againthe Againthe Againthe
the necessity neceity of competing omptng with wih negro negrolabor nego negolabor negrolabor
labor is repulsive to them Would not a alike 1 alike
like lke feeling felng deter Northern Norhern immigration immigrationto immigaton immigatonto
to the South of farmers of the West Wet for forexample rorexample forexample
example who are accustomed accutome to work working working working ¬
ing with wih their own ow hands handsIt
It is obvious obviou that tht with wih the continu continuance contnu contnuance continumince ¬
ance and further furher progress proge of the agri agricultural agi agiculural sgmlcultural ¬
cultural culural and ad industrial development of ofthe orthe ofthe
the South there is coming comllg a time tme when whenthe whenthe whenthe
the necessity necssity for more population ppuaton to toassist toassit toassist
assist assit in it will wi compel compl some readjust readjustment rajut rajutment readjustmont ¬
ment of these thee conditions conditons so as to attract attractthither attractthther attractthither
thither thther a large part pr of the foreign foreiln im immigration immigraton immigration ¬
migration migraton which has yet to come The ThoSouthern TheSouther TheSouthern
Southern Souther States Stte cannot canot long go on at attheir attheir attheir
their present proent rate of development with without without without ¬
out recognizing recogizing their imperative Impratve need needof ne needof
of more populationand population and millions more
Impossible ImpossibleThe
The following lol owing letter leter proposes a sub substitute 8ubsttute substituto ¬
stitute sttute for the Hon CHARLES CIARLES WABREN WABRENFAIRBANKS WARRE WARREJAIIBANKS WABBENFAIUBANKS
FAIRBANKS JAIIBANKS in the second place on tho thoRoosevelt theRoosevel thoIloosovelt
Roosevelt Roosevel ticket ticketTo tcket tcketTo
To run TAl EDITOB OF Ta Tl rims Svx SVIlr svssr SlK THioDonsi THioDonsinoosKVBLT TODOU TODOUnOosaVILT TLZ0000Snoossvsmr
noosKVBLT nOosaVILT for President Prsident and anc nd CARL EICIKUKTZH EICIKUKTZHfor ELIWIJ1 ELIWIJ1tor
for VicePresident VlcePrescenl would ould make a strong com combination comblnaton cornbination ¬
bination binationThe blnaton blnatonTbe binationThe
The Panama Canal and our strong Ilroe foreign foreignpolicy forelrnpolcy foreignpoIic
policy polcy linked lnked with wlb the States Rights Irb vote ote of the theSouth tbeSouth theSouth
South and the Mormon vole of the llocky lolY Moun Mountain Mountl Mountam ¬
tain tl tam States would woulc bring unquestionable unquetonable Republi Republican nepubl nepublcan ¬
can victory lcto1 KAKQABOO Klaoloo KlaolooI KASOLR00I
I S So Conitttullonallir Conalulonily New e1 York State RI o Electors Electorscould Erctor Erctorculd Siectorscould
could culd not vote for IU lbs VicePresident VicePresidentNKW lrelruldenl lrelruldenlXKW
NEW YORK 01 Oii March llacb 20 20Wo 2 2Wo 25We
Wo violate no confidence confdenco when we wesay weaay wesay
say that Kangaroos Iangaroos nomination nominatonoC of the theHon theHon theHon
Hon CAUL CAIL EICKEMEYER EICKEllEYER for VicePresi VicePresident VicePrel VicePreldent VIcePrestdent
dent derives derive additional additonal interest intrest from the thecircumstances thecircumtancs thecircumstances
circumstances circumtancs that tho foregoing communication com communicaton cmlimunication ¬
munication municaton appears appar to t be in the Hon HonCABL HonCARL HonCant
CARL EICKEMEYERB own handwriting handwritingThis handwritng handwritngThi
This Thi philosopher phloopber certainly crtanly deserves deservestho deserve deservesthe
the support of the polygamist plygamist vote voteWhether votoWhether voteWhether
Whether ho could bring the same to the theRoosevelt tbeR00oelt theRoosevelt
Roosevelt R00oelt ticket tckot In sufficient sufcent force to toinsure toinure toinsure
insure inure Republican Republcan victory we are not notprepared notprepared notprepared
prepared to say Nor will wi it bo possible possiblefor
for us lS to forsake rorake FAIRBANKS FAIBANKS and take takeup takeup takeup
up EICKEMEYER EICKEMJYER We are not even in informed informe informed ¬
formed forme whether the polygamist polygamit candi candidate cndl cndldate candidate ¬
date date meets the Constitutional Cnsttutional require requirements requirements requiromnents ¬
ments as to birth birh and age ageAssuming ageAsuing ageAssuming
Assuming Asuing that the Hon lon CARL EICKE EICKEMEYER EICQMEYER Eicg EicgMEYER
MEYER is i a natural born citizen ctzen at least let leastas
35 3 years yer old od there remains rmain the serious seriouspractical seriouspractical
practical practcl objection which he states state eo eotersely eoterely sotersely
tersely terely In I Kangaroos Kngaroos postscript postscriptBoth potscript potscriptBoth postscriptBoth
Both ROOSEVELT ROOSEVEL and EICKEMEYER EICKEMEYERhail EICKMEYEB EICKMEYEBbi
hail bi from New York Mr ROOSEVELT ROOSEVELTwould ROOSEVEL RoosEvEurwould
would woild never Dver consent conent to risk tho incon inconvenience incn incnTelenc inconvcieneo ¬
venience Telenc of the election electon of a Democatio DemocatioVicPreident DemocraticVicePresident Democratic DemocraticVicePresldent
VicePresldent VicPreident even for the sake of ofattracting oCatrcting ofattracting
attracting atrcting to himself himel through EICKE EICKEMEYER EWKEMEYER EIcEEMEYnR ¬
the MEYER country the entire entre polygamous plygamou vote of ofthe ofthe ofthe
There Ter Is I a Differ blre man than tha SHAKKSFBAU SHAKKSFBAUSupreme SIUKUa SuAauPaauSuprmI
Sup Supreme rm court cour Justice JUIC UnBWXR In8K In I Chicago ChicagoWho ChIago CFTICOQOWise
Who 110 can say that thlt our ou great greatis greatIs
is not without honor in hU own country countryA cuntr cuntrA
A despatch deepath from trm Halifax Hata reports rpor that thatmore thatmore thatmore
more than tha 4000 0 immigrants ImmIgrats have landed landedat
at that tat port por this thi month Most of these thesepeople tbee tbeepple thesepeople
people are for settlement in the Dominion DominionA
pple ar setement Dominon DominonA
A notable notble feature featur of this Immigration Immigrationappears Imtgrton Imtgrtonappear linmnlgrimtlonappears
appears appear In the increase Inorelo In the number numbr of ofseconddies otlendla ofsecondclasa
seconddies lendla passengers pBBenger and the decrease decreaseIn decrae decraeIn
In the number of occupants ocupants of the steerage steerageThis sterage sterageThi steerageThis
This Thi points polnl to the arrival of people pplo with a amodest amoet amodest
modest moet supply of money Many of them themwill themw1 themwill
will w1 be land buyers buyer and they will wi speedily speedilybecome speiy speiybcme speedilybecome
become bcme contributors cntrlhutor to Canadas ever In Increasing Incraing IncreasIng ¬
creasing craing wealth wealthThe wealthThe ealth ealthThe
The Canadian Cnadian Department of the Interior Interiorhaa Interor Interorha Interiorhas
has ha recently rcnty Issued lued its Is annual report It is istherein i8therin istherein
therein therin stated state that 4220011 42901 acres acrs of land landvalued landvalue landvalued
valued value at 14651757 1461757 were ere sold last 18t year by bythe byte bythe
the te Hudson Hudn Bay Company Cmpany and by railway railwaycompanies ralway ralwaycmpanl railwaycompanies
cmpanl companies having land grant prant This Is Isabout I isabout
about abut aa a much aa 8 those thoe companies cmpanl sold In Inthe Inte Inthe
the te whole of the ten tfn preceding prcing years yen There Therewere Ther Therewere
were wer 32682 326 homestead hometcd entries as a compared comparedwith cmpar comparedwith
with wih 1867 187 in 18W 189 and 22215 In 1902 19 The Thahomestead Thebometad Thehomestead
homestead bometad entries entres Included Include a total area ara of
5021280 60128 acres acr The total toll thus acquired acquiredfor acuir
for settlement setlement during durng the year yer was w89381MI w89381MIaol 9387591 9387591acres 9387551acres
aol acresThe acres acresTha
The Immigrant Imtgrant arrivals arrvals during durng the year yearnumbered yer yernumbr yearnumbered
numbered 128304 Of those 41792
numbr thce came camefrom cme cmetrm cainefrom
from trm the British Brl h Idles 87090 31 O from frm continental continentalEurope cntnetl cntnetlEurpe contineptalEurope
Europe Eurpe and 49473 from frm the United Unit States StatesCanadas Btat BtatCnaas StatesCanadas
Canadas Cnaas greatest gratt present prent need nee in 1 popula population populaion ¬
ion ton and she eeerrm sems to be getting geting it itIt ItI ItIt
It I is il not unnatural 1 that the National NationalGuard Natonal NatonalGuard NationalGuard
Guard should long for Central Park for a adrill adri adrill
drill dri ground But who was WR the inspired inspiredorator Inspir inspiredorator
orator that convinced cnvinced Mayor MCCLELLAN MCCLELLANthat MCCLELLN MCCLELLNthat McCLaLtnthat
that drilling drlng Infantry Infantr galloping galoping cavalry cavalryand cavar cavalryand
and rushing rhlng artillery artler would be beneficial beneficialto nelca
to the lawns of the Park ParkTha ParkThe
The Te Hon WILLIAM WILLAM J BJIVAN JN had to sit sitmute sitmute sitmute
mute in court curt yesterday teray and when he tried triedto tre triedto
to speak the Judge silenced slenC him Con Connecticut Cn Cnnetcut Connecticut ¬
necticut law takes tak no account of the In Individual Indlvidual Indlvidual ¬
netcut
dlvidual peculiarities pecularte of those who oho come comebefore cme cmebefor comebefore
before befor its bar A cruel crel and unusual pun punishment punIhmfnt punishment ¬
ishment Ihmfnt was inflicted Inflote upon Mr lr BRYAN BRYANthe BRYN BRYNthe BnYANthe
the full ful terror lrr nror of which can en be estimated estimatedonly etmated etmatedonly estimatedonly
only by those thoe who know him best bestOld best bestOld > e8t e8tOld
Old l rrob Probs robs Saccessfnl 8uc ufnl RlTall RlTallTo RIab RIabro RiyaIsTo
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weather w atber sharps abar5 guesses have ba beta brc as a mild mlc tor the thelist tbelul thelest
list three weeks M a a the Spanish Rpbh gunnery runnel ot o Sent Santiago Sentlevi t tlarn ¬
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I ON THE TO nOAD no 1104DTQ < > TQ LHASA LHASATho LlAU LlAUho LWASATime
Time ho British Britsh column which has ha camped campedfor cmpe
for or some lomo month mOJIt among tho Himalayas Himalayasof Hlmau Hlmauot
of Blkklm northeaat India got under way waylait WAYlast waylast
last week ock and at lut account lunt bad ha reached reachedtha rhe reachedthe
the edge ege of Tibet TIbe and was in camp cmp In I Tang TangLa Tag TagLa TangLa
La Paw Pa This Tll gateway SWway between bLwen India Indiaand Indiaand Indiaand
and Tibet stands 10700 1170 foot tot above ab the sea seaIt soaIt seaIt
It might bo Inferred Infered that the British Brth force tor force1cXth
1000 JO strong toIII with camp cp equipment euipment rifle riflefour re riflesfour
four big guns and two Maxim Mim would woud reach reachsuch rh rhIlch reachsuch
such Ilch an i1 an eminence emlneno only with tho greatest greatestdifficulty gratt grattdlmculty greatestdifficulty
difficulty This Tis however Is II not lot 10 so o The Theapproach Te Teapproaoh Theapproach
approach to the Tang La L Paaa Pas has ha been beenaccurately ben benaorately beenaccurately
accurately aorately spoken spken of aa 8 tm A gradual and andscarcely andscarely andscarcely
scarcely scarely noticeable notcble ascent acent When the thecolumn tbeoolumn thecolumn
column marched nrhe from Chumbl Cumbl to t Part Par It Itgradually ItRrdully Itgradually
gradually Rrdully ascended lende 4000 40 feet tot which U I not nota
a very stiff stt climb ollb being spread sprad out over overtwentyone oertwentyone overtwontyone
twentyone miles mlc and in the eight miles milesfrom mies miesfrom milesfrom
from Pan Par to t the FOBS PAI the ascent Mcnt was wa barely baoly
2000 30 2 feet feetThoflti feetTheses et etTho8
Theses Tho8 things are ar worth mentioning mentoning be became b because ¬
came caUo In many lany descriptions decrpton of the tle route rout the theBritish theBrth theBdtIh
British are taking into Tibet there havo havobeen havobn havebeen
Brth ar tl I int Tibt tor
been bn frequent treuont references rrernce to stupendous stupendouspajuea stupndou stupndouplse atupendouspasses
passes plse and MOormQu enormous natural difficulties difficultiesThey dUcte difficultiesThey
They Tey In fact aot exist exst only in the ho minds of ofwriters o owrter ofwriters
writers wrter who havo not realized ralze that though thoughthe tough toughtbo thoughthe
the British Brlsh have havI only just Jut reached rahe the thepolitioal thopoltcal thepolitical
political poltcal boundary bu dar of Tibet Tbet they have been beenliving ben benlving beenliving
living lving for months month on the to Tibetan Tlbot plateau plateauthe platau platauthe plateauthe
the loftiest 101et In the tbeworld theworldand world and that tat the passes passesthrough pa paasesthrough
through thrugh the mountains mountan are a reafly raOy very mild mildaffairs mld mldaalr mildaffairs
affairs affairsThe aalr affairsThe
The first frt destination doUnaUon of the te invading invadingfores Invaing Invaingtoro invadingforce
force toro is Qyangtae Gyangt in Tibet Thot The British Britishhave Brtl Britishhave
have not yet announced announ any aylntnUan Intention of ofgoing o ogoing ofgoing
going beyond that point pint if they are ar sue successful sUoCu suecesaful ¬
cessful Cu there ther In naailng mlng peaceful peaul negotia negotiations negota negotaton nogotlationa ¬
tions ton with the te Tibetans Tibet The To ostensible ostensiblepurpose otnlblo otnlblopurO ostensiblepurpose
purpose purO of o the expedition expeiton is to compel the thoTibetans theTibetn theTibetans
Tibetans Tibetn to t recognize rcognl tits thl th treaty trat obllgai obllgaitlona oblla obllaton obhlgations
tlona which to permit trade tradeIntercourse tradeIntercourse
ton by they agreed agr t prmit trao traoIntrcure
Intercourse Intrcure between botwen India and southern sutor southernTibet outhernTibet
Tibet an agreement ag ment that has ha been bn prao practically praotclya praotically ¬
tically tclya a dead letter letor ever ver since sInc it wan wanThere signed signedThere alSIe
There T r may be trouble however before bror the theBritish tbeBrtsh theBritish
British Brtsh column roaches rbe Qyangtee Gyangl a as the thedespatches thedepathe thedespatehes
despatches depathe sa say ay an attack attk is expected e peote be beyond b beyond ¬
yond Thuna which whch U l only on a days daya journey journeyInto Jourey JoureyInto journeyInto
Into Tibet TibetNo Tibt TibtNo TibetNo
No part of o the track trc to Oyaugtao Gyaatao seems seemsto ael seemsto
to offer eter any serious serou difficulty dlfcltYi but it will willnot wi willnot
not be a pleasure excursion courloneven exoursioneven even though thoughthe thoughte thoughthe
the te Tibetan Tlbctan offer oer no h opposition oppion We WI are arereading ar arring arereading
reading ring that the march marh Is Is very exhausting exhaustingthat exbatng exbatnghnt
that many mny troops trp are ar prostrated prltrat by moun mountain mountain mountam ¬
tain tam sickness and that the changes changs In tem temperature temprature teenperature ¬
perature prature are ar extreme etrme This Is just what whatIggulden wllt wlltIgglden whatIggulden
Igglden Iggulden Bogle BgII and other travellers trveUer over overthis overthis overthis
this route rout said Bad long ago Probably Prbably no nocivilized nocivize nocivilized
civilized civize army ha h8 has ever before betor attempted attemptedto atempte
to march 110 10 miles m18 the distance distc between betweenChumbi betwen betwenChullbl betweenChuimibi
Chumbi Chullbl and ad Gyangtse at such Bucl an enormous enormousaltitude eormous eormousaltude enormousaltitude
altitude altude The column clumn baa left let behind bblnd the thecharms te techarm thecharms
charms charm of Chumbi Cumbl and ad is I now amid ad the te bare bareand ba bareand
and brown brwn uplands of Tibet Tlbtata Tibetata at a height heIghtsrnt a agreat as asgreat
great srnt a a as that of Mont Blanc Bogle Bglo wrote wroUof wrt
of this tis stretch strth of road roa that It I traverses traversesmost travefe a amot amost
most mot inhospitable Inopltble region where wher the houseare house ho hoar housesare
are ar few where wher the rgon sun Is very ver hot by day daythe dl daythe
the nights nght8 are ar bitter biter cold cld and ad not a tree tr or orplant orplant orplant
plant is seen sen except excpt in the valley valey bottom bottomThl bottm bottomsThis
Thl This U i the historic hlatro road ra between Sikklm Sikklmand 81klm 81klmand Slkklmand
and Tibet Tlbtj the repellent rpelent region rllon through throughwhich trugb trugbwhich throughwhich
which it extends etnds ha bu however lowever never ftver be b been beena n na
barrier to intercourse between betweenthe betweenthe
a barer t frequent frquent Interoure btwen btwenthe
the people pop1a of Gyangtse and their southern southernneighbors souther southernneighbors
neighbors neighborsThe nelshbr neighborsTime
The aspect 8pt of things will wi change again againwhen alan againwhen
when hen the column enter enter the Nyang Chu ChuValley ChuVale ChuValley
Valley Vale in which Gyangtae Gyagtee stands This Thisvalley Ths Thisvalley
valley valoy Is one oneof of the tht richest rlchet in Tibet full uU of ofwhite ofwhie ofwhite
white whie villages viases and all the land lane I Is tilled tle In Infact I Infact
fact tat Gyangtae Gyngte and it lt its surroundings surrounding are ae a asort aBort asort
sort of oasis oaal In th the wide wde expanse eXpat8 of bleak bleakand bleakand bleakand
and barren plain The British Britsh hope hop to toreach t toreach
reach rach the town In about abut ten day da which whichIs
Is the ordinary ordinar rate of o travel It I would wouldseem wouldBem wouldseem
seem Bem to depend depnd upon upn the Tibetans Tbetan whether whetherthe wbetherthe whetherthe
the foreign forign incursion incurlon la I to be extended extnde to tothe totho tothe
the forbidden city of Lhasa
A rniVATE VIEW UU OF OJ INDIANA POLITICS FOUTICSDBIR IOLJCI IOLJCInu POLITICSnasa
nasa The political plLea aipeot apeolla U Indiana Indianafar 10 10far sofar >
far u Roosevelt Roosvel U I concerned concmec Is precise 1cael what wht I Iwas it itWa
was Wa three Ihrc months aro And Anc It would have lave been beeithe beenthe
the same Ime even had bld Han Ha na lived Uvec unless unea he b had lac com comsquarely eons eoml5qurely eonsaquarely
squarely 5qurely to the front ront aa a candidate Mim Ma e tool toolfor lk lkfor lookfor
for leadership honor boor leadership leerp follow tolo1 leadership leadershipand leaehp leaehpand
and It ii Is th tl the leader leae that Iball Is In the open that f lellh lellhfoloWne gets eU the thifollowlnt thefollowing
following foloWne Republican RepubUc Chairman Ck lna Goodrich Godrob the thiGovernor IbeGoveror theGovernor
Governor Goveror and ac all of them In fact act eiceot uceJ Judi JudiBrownlee Judge JudreBrwnlee JudgeBrownies <
Brownies Brwnlee are ahoutlr Iboull ahoutlrg for Roosevelt RooleI and ad youd youdthink youdtblnk youdthInk
think I If you should aboulc hear ber them that he h was wa the tie oali oalitdol 01 01Idol Os OsIdol
Idol they ever ee had bac I have recently r nUy tried tred to eaU eaUout caMout
out some emo ot ollbe the men who wl0 once talked takec so freely treey to tome 10me tome
me but they are now like ilk the to aheep before blor the theahearer te teabeare theahesrer
ahearer abeare Not only that two ot them tber are ar trying to tof toget
f eel et on tha tb delegation deeraUon totbe national natona convention eovnllon eovnllonall to toawlit o oait
awlit all In nominating nomlllnr the man that they tbe believe blov at atbeart atbear atheart
heart bear may be defeated delealec But there la no one else elseand de deac elsesod
and ac the old 01c propensity prpenit to t be bt with wtl the crowd crwc ha hareasserted bu burascrecltelt baareasserted
reasserted rascrecltelt Itself and they and anc all a the rut rt of them themare tbemae themare
are ae for Roosevelt RooseveltDemocratic nooseel RooseveltDemocretlo
Democratic Demoratlo politics pllcls ts looking up somewhat somewhatre somewhatrecoverIng o owbalre owbalrecoernr re reeoverlnr
coverIng coernr from Its lethargy letbary so a to 0 speak lpakad speakand and some someot someollhe someof
ot ollhe the leaders have put en n their Iber Dcbllnr nrblne harness harnessHearst barnmtent harnessIleanit
Hearst tent has Invaded the Ile State llle and opened opnec head headquarters beadquartn headquarttraand ¬
quarters quartn quarttraand and anc has bUt bssitit Itti 111 said his bl barrel barel right rrht here ber herein hereinour In Inour Inour
our midst mct This Tbl has ha aroused aoUed some of the other otherfellows otberfcUows otherfellows
fellows and ad a merry mer ntht rbll Is now on 51n Strange aa a It Itmay Itma itroam
may ma seem lrm one on county clnly central committee commilea baa de declared declaed Sedared ¬
dared claed for him and c here bar and there over ove the Slat Slatare Sil Silare Stateare
are men who wh are ar staging arnr bis praises praisesThere pra praisesThere
There ere Is I possibly plbr a reason rcon for this tbl They believe believethat bele beletht beteetlit
that tht the Republicans publc1 have bought burbt the country countrytwice CUII countrytwice
twice twce and that Bryan BrlD was w defeated defeate In IBM IB and 1cIO 1600 1600by 1900by
by the fre tree ree use of money monej Bryan Bran believe beUevC It I and andthi anc andtht
thi tb men who are ar for Hearst eanl believe belne It because Bryan Bryansays B1ln B1lnIYS Bnansaysso
says IYS saysso so s They TIuyalJQbeIieVe also a believe blevo Bryan Bra Is for Hearst t ert and andthis anc andthu
this thu has ba Its Influence Inluence but the main thins ls I that thatHearst Ihatllersl thathearst
Hearst llersl has ba mopey that thi money mone must bi b had In the thecampalcn tb tbcmpdl timcampaign
campaign cmpdl that he h will Wl hand banc1 It out oUllberaU liberally to the theboysand IbeboysInd theboysand
boysand there ther you are arenut arenull areHut
nut null I dont think the men who bo are ar for hint 111 are aremen aremrn aremen
men who will cut much figure ruro when It I comes cme to tothe 10Ibe totime
the selection of delegates to the national
leeclon dtltrlel naloDal con convention conenloo conitntton ¬
vention enloo The Te better b ter sentiment tntmel of the party PAry the theconservative lb lboorte tbconservative
conservative oorte sentiment snlmenl Is I opposed oppoac to him and ac I Ithink IIblnk Itbik
think It I will wi result ruliin In the selection ctoUon of a solid aUc Parker Parkerdelegation Parkerdelerlon Parkerdelegation
delerlon delegation even e11 If the delegates are ar not Instructed Instructedtor IIAlrcle IIAlrcletor
tor him Tbe Te Tb men WbO have been for Gorman Gormantbe Gormantbe Gorthanthe
tbe men who would have been MO for Olney or for forCleveland forCleeac forCleveland
Cleveland Cleeac If they Ibl believed belev8 It politic plle to nominate nominateany nomlnaleanyone omlnateany
any anyone one against wbom Bryan nlan would wlid be bitter bllr are areturning antumlr areturnIng
turning tumlr to Parker Paker If be b secures a solid soU delegation delegationfrom ceeralon ceeralontrm deletationfrom
from trm New ew York orl this State will wU give rOe him hm a solid solidvote lUd lUdote solidvote
vote ote In the convention eonentoe regardless rrarclcl ot what may maybe mayb maybe
be b the attitude of Bryan Bra to t any u other candidate candidateThe eanddte eanddteTh cedjdateThe
The Th pressure prrSur on Fairbanks to 1 force fore him bllnto bllntotbe into latotbe intothe
tbe VtcePmldency reP slcency Is somethlns amuSing Every Everyrain Evr
rain the Governor Govror heading bldle the list lll that tba thinks tblka he heatands h haladl beetenda
atands aladl any an show for the tb United eDle states State Senate tnae Is I for forFairbanks lorFairbanks forFairbanks
Fairbanks for the second lernd place ple on the ticket This ThisIs Ti
Is I the first consideration ennslderaton but a second ICOD and more moreserious moreseroU snoreserious
serious seroU Ii the saving of this tbl State Slle to the party partyWhen par pafl paflWhen
When Wen you were ere here lue you O U were told tolc that tba Indiana Indianaw Indina lndla lndlawsz I
11 wsz w s safe 5te no matter mater who beaded h aded the national nllona ticket ticketAll t ttketMi ket ketl
All l the solicitude aletude was WI about New Ne York 01 and an the theEast tbeElt theEast
East Elt and anc the country cuntr eouatr as a a whole This has ba changed changedIn
In the latter leue dayssnd some Ime of the te older leaders leacer are srenow ae arenow
now 10 not nolQultl quits sure Aur when wber Indlsnas Inclans Vote ole would go goIt coI goIf
It I the Democrats Democrataclhal act half way right rightAs Irbt IrbtA righiAl
As A tbe Democrats Democtal show signs o of getting clnr together togetherai toreher toreheras
as the Indications IdcAton point pInt more and anc more mor strongly stronglyto alrnrly alrnrlyto stronglytotbeiimtnattonofnrirsn
to totbeiimtnattonofnrirsn tbe elimination of Bryan tbe feeling
elmllon Orjan teer grows rro among amongRepublicans amongnepubmtcans nr nrRepublC
Republicans RepublC that theywlll thywl have bao a fight Ilb flgim on their theirhands tbelrbnd theirbands
hands bnd to carry car this stale Slle This ni has ba been strength strengthened AI strengthened nltb nltbened ¬
ened by bysome some me factional factonal fights nrb ts which have hav developed developedover cneloped cnelopedovr
over ovr party pr nominations nomlnatln since le you were 1er here bee nota notably notabl notehii ¬
bly bl In the Eleventh Flnenlh district dllrlt and In some 8me of the theSouthern theulhem theSouthern
Southern ulhem counties countes They Tey believe belue that tha Fairbanks Fairbankson Falrhanls Falrhanlson
on the ticket tcket would oulc be a help to the party pry In th thState the theSlte timeState
State Slte by holding bolclnr buslneu bulneJ men who dont like likertoosevelt lke lkenluel hikeRoosevelt
Roosevelt nluel In line lineDelegates lne lneDeleralM lineDriegatre
Delegates are being brne selected lrclec now with wlb a lew Ie to toforcing wforcnr toforcing
forcing forcnr him on the ticket tckel and anc while wbl Roosevelt Is Isbeing Isbrlnl Isbeing
being Instructed Intrcod for or by nil the conventions cnenlol the thedelegates tbedl thedelegates
delegates dl ratea selected areted and Instructed Intrced see ae Fairbanks Islrbankamen Ialrbkl Ialrbklmen
men and an they the are ar getting eel tn a Instructions Inslretons from the thepary tbeparr thepar
parr par pary leaders and ad especially eptlaly lrm from ram the tim state R le central centralcommittee cental centalcmmltee centralcommittee
committee cmmltee to whoop wbop It up for Fairbanks FairbanksIn JlrnkA JlrnkAI
In I notionWIe notion DeloRWleJh floptocWifeOh
WIe WleJh WifeOh < Jb mother James titcd such awful lan language Ia Ianguage ¬
guage lare tight Irblln In the presence preence of Waldo WaldoMother WaldoMotherTbe WaldoMotherThe
Mother MotherTbe The brutcl What Whlt did be 81JI 81JIWlcHehe say sayWifeHehe ay ayVlfcHehe
VlfcHehe WlcHehe split 111 the Ihelnnllvi Ihelnnllvilow Infinitive InfinitiveHow inflititivelflew
How low the Tiff Til Started StartedHe 8tad 8tade1ld StartedHelitd
He Helitd e1ld Uld you uu set t about abl tbe baboon babon who bo carrtas ca
850 IMOOO soo life Insurance InsuranceSheOb lrce lnalJrflceSheOh
SheOb 5bel ChaSes Calu bow thoughtful torlt et rvul
I JUnG tfDGJ PARKBW8 IABlllt BILSNCB BILSNCBA SUINOJ SUINOJA
A FrleBfll View W or f > 1Its JI Jlar Vitluro to < B Bpren Ex Expr Express
press pr Illmicir Hlmel on Any n Issue luaeTo Ilae IlaeTo IssueTo
To SBBEDITOII DJTOn or THB T l 8rwSirv 8tNSir H I you youturn FOUtu IOUturn
to files for Sept it 1903 you will willflocj wUIdDc wUln04
turn tu ytour ur tie or Spt I
flocj dDc th the Jour following followingJUPOE tolowlDa followingJUPOS
JUPOE upar PAnBCR PAnBCRTo PARKrn
To TB T1 vxz ZotTCB Enl or 0 TH Tl Stn Sr Sr Wisdom Wllom o ofolly or orlolYI orfoiyi
folly Which VfblchTA WhichA
lolYI A rr great Wlcl M elorl elton fort l is I bler being ma maid to overcome the Ile un unwillingness lD lDwrne tinwUhInCnu4
willingness of t Judge Parker Prer to t being I a OulMima OulMimatorts OUbr Oubarnatonal
torts wrne caadliUle I desire to come to the Judge Judurl s srescu arescue
rescue rl 10 cd41e sad Id f IUUC suggest uf cut to all a his fool f 1 Jrlenas Ifeld the pro propriety pr prplIV propitetyofabala ¬
priety pitetyofabala pitetyofabalait of a Halt HaltIf
plIV If be should aa b be defeated c0tealed la hU 11 o cadday candidacy ndld cy not notonly nolOly notoaiy
only Oly I would 1I01id be lose hli Ils i present prelpt position 101101 but bu U could couldand cud cudd couldand
and d would ouhl be belld said that Ild he belet left the bench bo cb to 0 reach reachthe rach rachIbe reachthe
the Presidency PrallncY through Ibrolrb the Governorship GovernorshipIf Oovmolbp
win In Inlhe the Presidential Presidentialelection PrritdentiiJelection
If tbe Democrats should Iboulc PrelldelUI
I emoral wl
election elcton It 1 would wOlld fall tal to the lot of lt the President Presidentelect Prelcenl Prelcenlelecl Presidentelttl ¬
Justice JusticeFuller JusticeFuller
elect to appoint the successor to Chief Juslc
Fuller M APlonl he will most probably retire rllr In the neil neitsU nulI neilst
I st sU luer yean and wl In I case cae of that President JrCldenl succeed succeeding lucceedlar aucceedlog ¬
log himself hlmalllr ac there would be b a period perod of eight ye yeof yeses yesesof rs rsof
of Demoerallo peloralo administration acllllralo terminating lemllatne ten tenyears leDJur tenyears
years hence henceBesides hCl beuicaBeside o
Besides Beldel If I the Chief Justice Juatce knew that a good goodDemocrat goodDemocrat
Democrat Demoral would wole be b appointed appte In Us b place be would wouldon
on that tbatscccunl account retire rlr all the te sooner soonerDut Iner InerDut soonerOut
Dut a man m who had he a once wo been be a Chief Cbe Justice Junlceln In InState 1 1I
I State court our and d had oat 101 auffldently lmcenly and ac really resllyappreciated rlly rllyapprct reallyapprectat4
appreciated apprct the honor bOor and Id conserved Clered Ibo high highcharacter blrbcbrale highchsraeter
character cbrale of the office omc to the end of his hi public publO ser service Af 5crvie ¬
vice Vc vie by resolutely nalulv Ignoring Irnornr all a tempting lemple politic politicofltrf plical poiitlcaioiler
ofltrf 01 would 1Old not bo b deemed dcmec worthy worby of presiding presidingover prlldlnc prlldlncover presidIngover
over the Federal Jec al Supreme Court CUr The To people peoplewould peoplewolclo peoplewould
would wolclo not YQ think thnk the tbeame same of him as be btre btreNow before beforeNow ore oreNow
Now all a this Judge ucre Parker clearly clearY sees lee well wellknows wel weUknows
knows and al4 deeply doply feels tel and acwby why should aboulc his hi friends friendsbe trenc
be so 1 unwise uaYe so a sounkIndaocrueiaatoprematureil1 sounkIndaocrueiaatoprematureil1disturb unkind ukld so cruel crel as topremalurely topremalurelydisturb lopremaurey lopremaureydllur
disturb dllur his ha peace peoe of mind and ad spoil lpl or jeopardize jeopardizebis Jeopardlloii 0 0naoUTl
his ii prospects plpcctt Snoou S snoumou ODIU > M ro r SBOCLDKR SBOCLDKRBSOOSXTM SIODIE SuocwuBzoozarme
BSOOSXTM naoUTl sept 18 18As 10 isAs
As A Judge Jud Parker Parke was a preserved prere from fromexposure fromup fromexposure
up exposure ur to th t the chances of defeat dur during durIn durlag ¬
lag In that exciting ecll and memorable Guberna Gubernatorial OubernaWrll clubernatortal ¬
torial Wrll campaign campl and from the damage dam Ie that thatwould thatwoud thatwould
would woud aMuredljr aMuey have hae attached attche to t him had hadhe hadhe badhe
he met with wIt defeat defet defeatanduowloorne and now ao looms up before beforeua beforeUI
ua UI aa a the tbl most available alable and satisfactory satisfactorycandidate eaterlctry eaterlctryeandldat satlafectorycandidate
eandldat candidate for the tie Presidential Presidentil nomination nominationon nomlnalon nomlnalonon
on the Democratic ticket tckt the he fact being bell that thatho thatbe thathe
ho did nothing Qothll to t show sow tbat he was at any anytime anytme anytime
time tme seeking aeldn the Governorship but rather ratheron
on the other hand disapproved dltpprovd of the efforts effortsof etorta etortaa effortsef
of a his friends trl ldl and labored labora to discourage dlscouralo them themIn themi themin
In i tbt direction dicton will 1 you kindly allow allowanother alow alowanother aUowanother
another communication cmmunJeloa In consideration convldoratlonof couldoratoD I
of C a seeming eemlDI determination deltmlnston on the part of ofsome ofsome
some 8010 to force the Judge to depart from his hlahabit hishblt hisbbit
habit of silence lenco and Ind give Ive utterance uterance to tobis tobiB tohis
biB politioal pltol views In short abandon his hlaunique hL hisunique
unique position poltol relative relatve to tbe nomination nominationa nomlnalon nomlnalona
a position pOIIUOI In view Iew of the different diferent factions factionsand lacUoQ factionsand
and wrangles waliies In II the tie party BO much to his hiscredit hllorelt hiscredit
credit orelt and IdVaDt advantage advantageThe dvanUe dvanUeTha er erThe
The It gt Ut of my I communication cmmunicaton at this time time1s tme tmeI timeIs
1s I this th Continued Cntnue silence elenco on the part of ofJudge otJudie ofJudge
Judge Judie Parker Pak or will i be golden goldenThe Iolten IoltenThe goldenThe
The meaning mnln will wH be I have hav endeavored endeavoredto entenored entenoredto
to perform Prorm the arduous aruous duties dutes of my high highjudicial hlehJuica highjudicial
judicial Juica office mcl to the tll best of my ability abilityShould abity abityShould abilityShould
Should I b be asked ake to Oil fl the highest hl hest office officeIn omceIn
In the te gift ar of the to American Ameican people prpl and be beelected b beelected
elected eloct thereto theret I will 1 enter upon its It duties dutiesith dule dutieswith
wIt with ith the t same 1m sense of obligation obllIIOD and nn ac accountability acQuft acItwtU ¬
countability countabilityHwIU
Quft Uty UtyIm
HwIU Im mean Jen that tat a man a man with an anestablished anestblshe anestablished
estblshe established character chlracter a man mal that Is worthy worthyOf
Of confidence CIMecl Is at the head hed of the ticket ticketA tcket tcketJ tcketA
A J candidate cnddat for the Presidency Pe ldency who ho Is Isknown II isknown
known to t b be a thoroughgoing torouchcolnc man whose whomknown whosekow whoseknown
known kow character charactr and ability abilty will wi be pre predictive predlotlv predlctlve ¬
dictive dlotlv of his hi course curae and of the peoples peplol con conOdence cn cnMeace confldence
Odence In II crises as al they aria ari Is I just what whatwill whatwill
will 1 suit lt and plel please the substantial ubstantal elements elementspf elemcnt
pf the party partyA pary paryA
A person pUln often oren shows 8hoWi his ability abity and good goodsense lood loodIlna goodsense
sense Ilna not only onl In what hat he hosay says and ald does doel but butalso butlilO butalso
also lilO If not 10t more so In what he does not say sayand sayADd saysad
and do dowhat what he holeae leaves unsaid ulald and ald undone undoneSome undoneBml undoneSome
Some Bml of Judge Parkers rivals rlul being now nown nowP nowis
is n a hole by reason of too much talk and andtoo andto andtoo
too P to much misdirected mlelroce effort efor nothing Iothln would wouldsuit woul wouldsuit
suit Iut them better betr than tan to t drag the good eoo Judge Judgedown Judlo Judlodown Judgedown
down into Int th the same lame hoi bole and an get let out them themselvea thomaelve themaelves
selvea aelve on al his hI shoulders shouldersLet should01 shouldersLet
Let Judge Jue Parker Paker keep still Itl till and away from fromboles frm frmhluo fromboles
hluo boles Ties TJB COUINQ STANDARD Bsunin BsuninATANTIO BBAIII BlAuhitAziANIIO
ATANTIO Cur March 29 9
Tale Ie About Abut a Night Nili In the White Wle House HouseTo Baie BaieTo HouseTo
To TUX TUI EDITOR or 01 TUB Sim BUSir SexSir Sir Tho last lasttime luttme lesttime
time tme Governor Goveror and Mri 1Ir Odell Odel went to Wash Washington Wah WahInlon Washingion ¬
ington Inlon to t see President and Mrs Mr Roosevelt Rooseveltthey Rosevelt Roseveltthe llooseveltthey
they the want wn to t the White Whte House In the early earlyafternoon enrlyatrnoon earlyafternoon
afternoon No o member of the Roosevelt Rooseveltfamily RO RooseveltfamIly evelt eveltfamiy
family famiy atrnoon greeted eret them them but a servant showed showedthem showedhems
them to t their room They Thy stayed stvd there until ultl untila
4 or 8 oclock when hen a servant rvat brought brouabtta broughttia tea to tothem totlm totheta
them tlm Later Ltr they were told tld that tat dinner would wouldb wouldbe
b be served at 0 I oclock A number of persons personswere perona peronawere personswere
were present prMnt at dinnerwhore dinnerwhre Odell Odel Odd Haw HawRoosevelt MWRoaenlt sawRoosevelt
Roosevelt Roaenlt for the first trlt time tmeIncudlnl timeincluding including ladles ladlesand ladlesand ladiesand
and there was u no political oltc4 talk tlk at all al the thePresident thePreident thePresident
President Preident conspicuously eonlplclously avoiding avoid In It and andIgnoring andIporne andignoring
Ignoring Iporne Odell Odel even oon after afer the thl ladles left the theroom therom theroom
room rom Immediately Immelaty after afer the dinner guests gueatawent leat guestswent
went ent the White Wte House family famiy turned In InOdell InOdel inOdeU
Odell Odel and Mrs Mr Odell Odeliet left early the next net morn morning mornInl mornfng ¬
ing Inl with no 10 more than a commonplace cmmonplao good goodbye goodbye ood oodby ¬
bye by The President Preldent avoided aoided Odell Odel Odd and andOdell andOdel andOdell
Odell Odel U I angry anlY about It It Mrs Mrl Odell Odel la tl also alsoangry IlaoanlY alsoangry
angry anlY at Mrs Roosevelt RooeenJ declaring decbrnl that she shewas ehewa shewas
was wa very rude to t her Mrs Odell Odel beard hear that thaton thaton thaton
on the afternoon atrnoon of her arrival Mrs Mr Roose Roosevelt Roosevlt Roosevelt ¬
velt vlt wa was In the White Wit house conservatory conservatoryunoccupied cnservatry cnservatryuoccupied conservatoryunoccupIed
unoccupied uoccupied and ahe believes bslevel she was WI slighted slighteddeliberately elehted elehteddelbratly slighteddeliberately
deliberately delbratly FRIEND or 01 Born BornAIDANT Dor MciiiALDASY
ALBANY March Mach March30 March30The 3D 3DThe lD lDni
The ni Newly Created Cretd Catholic Catholo Menslgnorl MenslgnorlTo MODsiIDortT
To T TUB ra Eorroit EDIR or 0 TBB 18 SON SUHr Sir I read ac with withmuch Withmuch lh lhmuchpleuureln
much muchpleuureln pleasure In todays tOoays SUN Be a list II of the names namesof nAe namesof
of the newly newl created eratd Cathollo CthoUo Uorulgnori 011101 But Butwhy Butby Butwhy
why by wu there Iher not created cnaoc a number numbr sufficient to tomake 10make tonicks
make the Archbishops Arbblopa court cOUl consist eon51 of a dozen dozena dozO
a bakers dozen dozn for that matter mattetrThere matet matetThere matterThere
There Is no trouble lruble to find tnd a few more whose whosemissionary wble wblemllonal whosemntastonary
missionary mllonal labors Jab entitle entUe them to tho honor I will willname wi wiUname
name one ol the Ile Rev Re n L Burtsell D D WIth TVlthperhaps Wlb WIthperhaps I Iperbeps
perhaps one oe eiceptlen he bas ba labored labor In tbewmis tbewmissionary tbomlsAoU1 themisalonary ¬
sionary AoU1 field te longer than any ayofbee of these newly created createddignitaries craec createddignitaries I Idlrtrc
dignitaries dlrtrc He built bui the Epiphany church Cburb and andpaid andpaId d dplc
paid plc off of of Its I debt Then Ten ho erected erte a parochial parochialschool palbla parochialachool
school Icbol when wien he was W sent Ant to Rondout to chant chantanthems cbantatbem chantanthems
anthems atbem with wih the wild wlc birds up there Ibor He did not notneglect notnerlect notnegiect
neglect the missionary mlulonlY duty but caused cuac Improve Improvements Imprve Imprvemetlln improvemeats ¬
meats metlln In the church ebu h and wiped wip out oullu Its debt also alsoI a ar
I feel fel no capllousnesc about those thoe who wl0 get the thedignity te tedlrnl thedignity
dlrnl dignity On the contrary cOllal I rejoice reoic for the honor honortbat b0or b0ortbat honorthat
tbat comes cmu to them Some I know kow personally personallyothers penDaly penDalyolhen presonallyothers
others by time tle frequent Ireuen hearing herlr of thtlr tber merits meritsfrom meru merufm meritsfrom
from fm those who know kow them DUI why do such suchlaborers tueblaborers ucblabrea
laborers labrea In the te vineyard 1nerar as Dr Burtsell Durlol go un unrecognized u tanrecognized ¬
recognized rclnledT If I It I b b be no puzzle uull to ecclesiastics < lalatc It ItU I itis
U I to laymen laJen and ac Is I hardly barlY edifying dlOlne to them themNEW IbemlB1 themNaw
NEW lB1 vote o March A LAruiir LAruiirTh LT LTTh LenuxThe
Th The Reliable Relale Clalrrojanfs Cllreat Fallare FallareTo FauareTo FaiiareTo
To T Tal vaa K lron Eoreoft non or TUB 18 su SUNolr SuwSfr s < r Deferring neternr to toU toIS
U Mines Ine Jr the reliable rlable clairvoyant catoyal who put puthimself pu publlltf puthimself
himself bllltf to the test lel by writing wrUnr to you OOU on March Marh 18 18and 18Id isand
and Id whose letter Ite you ou published Plbllbe a day of two later laterMarch laler
March ar h 3t bas bl corns me and gone but bas 1 anyone ono beard beardot burc
of some ame public publc calamity ulmly In tbe East on that day
I am now waiting aUe for t r the Hoods 10c1 of March 31 and andIncidentally andincidentally
Incidentally Icldenlalr this Cbllblnr Ihlsbeing being the closing closnr week of March Marchthe Macb MacbIbe Marchthe Anc
the weather weaber today loda does doC not nolleem seem to be very l stormy stormyand Itory Itoryac stormyand
and windy Any more reliable news from
ac wnc relabl tw frm Can Central Cl Canteal
teal Ia Falls Tal n 1 loT DOUBTER DOUBTERNew DouanNlw DOUsUaflaw
New Nlw Yom ou March KarcbGn 29 29Gen 29Gee
Gen Gordon on Bajonatl DI0DU sit ABUetam ABUetamTo AaUIAI
To TUB Eciroa Elltl or TBB n senAir1 CISlr Gen John R
Gordon Ooron In his bl recently r nlr published publad recollections rcclecton secollectiousLays recollectionscays 1
Lays SIll that at the battle btle ot Antletam Anlelal he b saw uwa a division divisioncharge dlvllon dlvlloncbale divIsioncharge
charge cbale three tbr times lme without firing trlae a shot II0t in fact faC lCd with withwiped lb lbUlode ilh ilhunloaded
Ulode unloaded CUDS ac and tll tbt Ihey they were oer completely
wiped wIp out by b the Confederate nre tn lie 10 was never neverable Deverable neverable
able to find lad outwbo led the charge bac or from what whatcorps whatcorps whatcorps
corps they came cme This would woulclaclcte Indicate that some ¬
thing of tbe kind kl mentioned mentonec by Mr Van Val Wagoner Wagonerwas Waeonera
was a observed by Den Gordon C C T i
BKOOKLTK BloILI March rb rbI J JIt 25 25It
It I Was Wa Only 0D a Fall Fale Alarm AlarmTrotn Alam AlamFro AlarmFrom
From Fro rft fhs Ktniai K4I cttv Crl Journal JournalBefore Journa JournalBefore
Before a clothes cleaning establishment eitabllbmenl In To
peka this sign Is displayed Satan Dyed
ern diplayed Jyed Here Herebusiness
nut It II al all a mllake mioiake SallIUI Satan is stIll sijv and ler dolor
business busn at allbe the Kansas Ka capital capitalHer olpll olpllHe cftpitlHer ave ac
Her He Strained 8LalDId Voice Voicefrom VoiceFri olel olelror
from ror the Daltlmon Anurlan Amrcan ArneMcsShe
She was u a Saiubrioua maid maidPol malc malcWbo maidSaiubrioua
Who IVrSWJrOI lived a life lifemr
mr or lb lime Jurle julufibiloul julufibiloulPot 1 C bl
Pot and anc pans that thatShe tbaSle thatShe
She might live < >
mftbtSuhnlv mftbtSuhnlvVoice sbllv sbllvToun
She Sle was u a ambitIon ambitIonThough t
Toun Though yoU be bet
And would ha e Joln Jotohd d a aBut a550w
550w you bet
But she b at straIned b her herc1ee be
Voice c1ee 11 teASe UU 1 > singing anrn
Tarouga Trulb a aUra l
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I rmeiirAR IAnB BETWEEN ETWRENJ4PAN nussiA nussiAA nUISI nUISIA BBNtAAN JAPAN AND ANDnussiA AlD AlDnUISI ANDnUNSIA
A Change lnle of Sentiment Favorable to toRussian toRUiian toRusslin
Russian RUiian Success Sncoe Predicted PredictedTo Pcdlcted P Plo
To 0 vita B EoiTon IDITon OP Ta T Btm 808r hunSr Sirs When Whenthe Vrhenthe Whenthe
the war wa between Japan JUlan and Ild Russia nuala broke nut nutJapanese nutJapaneso nutJapanese
Japanese t per cents cent fell fel from 72K 72V to t 67 And AndRussian AndRusslnn andRuasinn
Russian 4 tier pr cents cnts from rror OBJf D6 to 88f SSJ 88 Yes Yesterday Yeaterday Pl
terday teray the Russians nUIlal sold at lt t 63 < points olnt above abovethat abT abovethat
that reduced price pric but the thl Japanese JIPIDCIO securities necurltlnfell Ilcurltu IlcurltufeU securitiesfell
fell still IUllowor ruo tlii lower or ajf aJ 3 points J0lnt below their low lowest lowelt loweat
est price during durlDi the week after ltr the tlo beginning beginningof bali
of the war warIs warls r rIi
Is not this tll very ery significant altlncln Does It not notBUggost nt ntUilo notsuggest
suggest t even unmistakably unmlstkblY Indicate that In Inthe Inthe inthe
the Uilo Judgment Judlment of the most discerning dlsoernlnl diceerningflnsncier diceerningflnsncierof financiers financiersof lnantee lnanteeof
of the world absolutely absolutlY without any sort or of ofpartisanship ofPRrtanahlp ofpartisanship
partisanship PRrtanahlp In thewar the WIU the chances chancc of o sun sunce au
ce c 0055 s are with 1lth Russia RussiaI um umI
I sea also from frol rota English Enllsh papers paprs of calmness calmnessthat calmlea calmnessthat
that there Is II taking taklnl place a very decided decidedchange deoed deoedohlnle decidedchange
change ohlnle In English Enlish sentiment regarding reilrdlne the thewar t th thwar
war At the first Ort flush tuah that sentiment antment was waswholly waswholly I
wholly who unfavorable to Kusslu UIIII tho traditional traditionalobject tradlUonalobject traditIonalobject
object of English Englsh suspicion and enmity enmity and andhere andhere nd ndhOf
here hOf too the theory that Japan Jlpln was wa thn thnunder thl thlundor thsundor
undor dog In this fight feh Induced Inducd what seemed seemedto emed emedto
to bo b a majority mjoriy feeling oenl In favor avor of Japan Japanand Japan Japanand
and It was wal strengthened strengtenod by the Initial Inital sue success sue suecees ¬
cess 08 of the Japanese Jnpanel navy at Port Arthur ArthurTho Arur ArurThe ArthurThe
The long lonl delay and comparative cmplrltve quiet In i the themilitary te temitary themilitary
military mitary operations operatons since then however howeverhave howeverhave howeverhave
have given people ptoplc both here and Ind In England Englanda Enlland
a chance to think over the subject more Ju Judicially Judlolaly Iadioially ¬
dicially dlolaly and tho result is that Ihlt wo observe obKtrve In Inboth Inboth inboth
both countries countrloli a revising revleilg of original orlllnal and catch catchJudgments oawhJudmenl catchjudgments
Judmenl Judgments Meantime Meantme In Russia itself Ite1 there thereprevails thea theaprevais thereprevails
prevails prevais a quiet confidence confdenco In the defeat of ofJapan ofJapan ofJspan
Japan which is undoubtedly undoubtdly genu ne and Id in inno lano Inmao
no wise assumed assumedBefore auumedDeroro assumedBefore
Before next autumn I expect to see se a con consensus consensus consenflus ¬
sensus of European and Americansentiment AmericansentimentIn Aelclltcn Aelclltcntn
In agreement aleement with wih tho Russian Ruula expectation expectationTbe expeolUon expeolUonbo
Tbe Tb bo early fears foarl that tat the contest conta would be beextended b beextended
extended extende until It involved other oter great cat Euro European European Europeas ¬
pean Powers seem to have avo been dissipated dissipatedA dllptd
A A distraction distracton of war In I the Balkans Bakans acorns tet no nolonger nolonler nolonger
longer lonler probable It U I questionable Quetinable if i I maturer maturerconsideration mater materconslderatono maturerconslderatIon
consideration conslderatono of British Britsh interests Intrest will wi not notInduce notInduce notinduce
Induce England Enlland to dread victory victry by Japan Japanmore Japanmore Japanmore
more than victory victry by Russia and that that thatwill thatwi thatwill
will wi bo b the Iso general Ieneral judgment of commercial commercialsnd commercia
and nd manufacturing flnufacturtnl interests Intercsl I do not doubt doubtTbls doubtTbls doubtThis
Tbls would leave Japan to t fight fght out the te war wartinglehanded wsrelnlebande warslnglehandcd
tinglehanded elnlebande with wih a result which could not notbe DO DObe notbe
be doubtful doubtul AMERICAN AMERICANNEW A1KCU AuiucsyNzw
NEW JEW YORK March Macb 30 30MANU 30I
1 MANUAL MANU L EXPKttTXESS EXPKttTXESSAn EXPE TNES TNESA
An A Anatomists Anatomll Explanation llanaton of tneJPro tneJProvalllnc te tevUnl thePrevilling
valllnc vUnl niEtithanclcdncu niEtithanclcdncuTo Rishthandldea
To TaB EniTon OP Tan aH SON BUNSir Sir The Thequestion Thequestion he heQueston
question Queston of right or left handedness is I leo leoondarily eo eoondaiily eo
ondaiily ondarl one of training tralnlnl and environment environmentPrimarily envronm ermyiroimmeptPrimarily t tIrmarlY
Primarily IrmarlY It depends upon what Is 1 termed termedthe trmed trmedthe termedthe
the normal arrangement BrratrOment of the blood vessels vesselswhereby ve8ele ve8elewhereby vesselswhereby
whereby the left IPt side of the brain receives a aeligbtly f p pslightly
slightly eUlhty larger larrr supply of blood bloo than thal the right rightAs rliMS iight4s
As S development proceeds proceda this tis difference differencethough dlerence dlerencethough differencethough
though slight Ilhlt is constant consta and makes itself itselffelt itseilfelt
felt by the silently more rapid growth of the theleft theleft
left side of the brain This Is exhibited in infreer infreer
freer riffhthand usage than left Hence we weare weare
are righthanded because of the tbt anatomical anatomicalarrangement anatomicalarfangernent
arrangement of the blood supply to the brain brainLikewise
Likewise it IH shown by numerous ale aleneotlons dissections
sections In people who were lefthanded that thatthere thatthere
there was a departure from the usual arrange arrangement arrangemeat ¬
meat of the arterial system so that the right rightside rightaide
side of the brain received a more direct and andfreer andfteer
freer blood supply than the left Hence left leftlandednces leftpandednees
landednces resulted from this not abnormal abnormaljutunususj abnormalbut
but jutunususj unusual arrangement of the blood vessels veoselsI
I take It for granted that all your readers readersknow readersknow
know the right side of the brain controls the
leftside of the body and nd vice versa versaNKW versaNaw
NKW YOIIK March 29 Docron
AD Ambidextrous Mans Experience ExperienceTo
To TBS EDITOR OF orTus TUB Bnx Sir When It Itcornea itcomes
cornea to flying March kites or Chinese Chinesedragons Chinesedragons
dragons lefthanded or rightbanded I find findthe dudthe
the left Invariably nimbler Being of that pro propensity propenalty ¬
penalty by nature I was also expressly en encouraged encouraged ¬
couraged by the grandfather who brought broughtme broughme
me up upand and he an oldschool physician physicianof
of th the Friends on both aides aidesto to us use freely frealythe freelythe
the left band wherever nature preferred It ItSome It ItSome
Some arbitrary teachers indeed instructed instructedme
me to practice the right fist at a deskj and I Iam Iam
am therefore to a certain extent ambidex ambidextrous smbl4extrous ¬
trous but since coming to mature discretion discretionedneea discreuonscot
scot free of both school and college ttajzipels ttajzipelsI
I manipulate only the left as a ru1 in tboie tboiecases
cases which ordInarily determine lefthand lefthanditibt
edneea edneeaI
I itibt doubt If will power Inheres in the hands handsat
at all they theybeing being mere agents whatever the thedirecting thedirecting
directing faculties I notice one actual actualadvantage actualadvantage
advantage In my right hand to be sure surethat surethat
that with It I can exert greater muscular muscularsteadiness muculasteadiness
steadiness In those fortunately rare and andalways ane anealways
always horrible contingencies ot muscular muscularagitation muscularagitation
agitation from sudden temper In this un unmannerly unmannerly ¬
mannerly sort of crise cries nerreut the sinister sinisterquivers sinisterquivers
quivers for me like a very old oldtopers topers hand handwhile handwhlle
while the dexter continues relatively calm calmenough cairnenough
enough to cover sinister1 temporary con confusion confusion ¬
fusion as by lowly forking or spooning spooningvictuals spooningvictuals
victuals victuals should the cries mischance at table tableHere tableHere
Here undoubtedly the deit dxter r Is Dr Jekyll Jekyllthe Jekyllthp
the sinister sinister Mr Hyde only the tlmeparaliel parallel falls fallsof failsto
to hold with me at least in the great multi multituile
tuile of oases onsMMarch oasesMarch
March kites with the left the muscular muscularcontrol muscularcontrol
control of temper with the right those bi biI bedefinitely >
definitely my two personally eperieneea eperieneeavouchers
vouchers on the scientlflosubject of dextro dextrosinlstry clextrolnlutry
I sinlstry S LYNX LYNXPOTTSTOWN LxxxPovvsrowcj
POTTSTOWN Pa March 28 28Are 35Are
Are Children Lefthanded LefthandedTo LetthandedlTo
To TUB EDITOR OP 01 THE Bus AuxSr Sin From Fromobservation Promobservation
observation my opinion Is that children are arelefthanded arelefthanded
lefthanded simply for the reason that mothers motherssnd motherssad
sad nurses as a general rule carry children childrenupon chUdrenupon
upon the left arm thereby compelling the thechild thechild
child to put Its right arm upon the shoulder or oraround oraround
around the neck of the person ro carrying It Itand itand
and thus leaving the childs left arm free to touse touse
use > thus the child learns to use th the i left hand handand handand
and arm moro than the right and becomes becomesrighthanded becomesright
righthanded right hauided only by the constant training of
it its parents or mimes D DNEW IIEiv
NEW Eiv YOIIK March 29 29Wild i9Wild
Wild Geese Lost In Kentucky Town TownFrom resFrom
From the Bowling Green Ness ffeittA
A very large flock of wild geese became becamelost becamelost
lost In this city at about 030oclocklRfltnlRht 030oclocklRfltnlRhtand 030 0 clock laatnlght laatnlghtand
and for or a while their cries could be heard heardall beardall
all over the town It U said that the geese geeisnwere geesewere
were migrating back to the North which Is Isn isa
n sure sign that winter Is over When Bowling
Green wag reached they became dftzxied br
the electric lights and completely lost their thoirway a away
way In the original flock them wore per ¬
haps several hundred geese but they became becameseparated becameseparated
separated and left In several smaller flocks
One gentleman who Raw the geese before beforethey
they became separated described the scene sceneas sceneas
as one not unlike an approaching storm the thfsky thesky
sky being black with the dense flock Several Severalsliotfl Severalsimote
sliotfl were taken at the mesa In various variouspart variousparts
part of the city but as far as can be learned Itarnednone learnednone
none was killed killedIrish killedWish
Irish Story of a Cod and a MedalFrom Medal Medalfrom
from tin London Etpreti EtpretiA C CA
A remarkable codfish story Li reported from fromNorthumberland fromNorthumberland
Northumberland A codfish caught at the mouth mouthof
of the Wansbeck bad In Its stomach a gold dl dLto dLtoengraed o oengraved
engraved with the name William Drysdale DrysdaleDudley DryadaleDudley
Dudley DudleyThe DudleyThe
The disc Is now In the possession of a Birth Birthtieman gen gentleman ¬
tleman but It has been claimed by Mr Sf William WilliamDrysdaJe WilliamDryidaie
DrysdaJe of Oosfortb near NewcutleonTyne NewcutleonTynewho
who tells an astonishing tale taleMe talelie
Me has be says the centre part of a medal that thatwas thatwas
was won by lila father at Dudley poultry show shownearly shownearly
nearly thirty years ago Mr Oryadala Jr lost lostIbe lostIbe
Ibe disc while on a visit to Asalngton Northumber Northumberland Nortimmamberland ¬
land ten years ago His theory Is a that the centre centrewu centrewas
wu carried out to sea with refuse and swaUovtd swaUovtdby
by the fish
War News ews on Olympus OlympusMars OiympnaMars
Mars returned In the heavenly heights heightsWhat heightsWhat
What are the Japs and Russians doing nowt nowtchorused noVtchorused
chorused tbe gods godsI
I dont know he returned wearily 1 wu wuattending wasattending
attending choir practice practiceSeelnc practiceSeeing
Seeing he bad real war on his hands they for torbore forbore
bore to question him further furtherFinally furtherFinally
Finally the tim Horse Followed the Porter PorterJrom PoetsFrom
From the London World WorldDr WorldPr
Dr Button one of the oldest medical men of ofDover Es EsDoter
Dover woo died recently Instructed his coaeb coaebman rcmoOhinca
man who had driven him for forty ycai eac to shout shoutbis ahonihit
hit favorite bone directly be returned from the thefuneral thefuneral
funeral The funeral took r place > l fc yesterday and andthe andtho
the strange request was afterward compiled with withSir withSir
Sir Charles Dllke Iilk has hi say ay on the war In the theEa theEast
Ea East t In inthe the Xortlt Vorfhtmerlcan American ltrlrt for April pult snrt and two twooiler twoother
other articles touch on that mattrr Mr O I IAuatUvChlef 1AuaiinCbleg
AuatUvChlef ot the Iturreii ot MalMlci dlscuut dlscuutthe dlsciamrthe
the new ImmlirMlon Dr II llebrr Newton esitnn LIPS LIPSof r k kof
of religion Itfptrirnlnthr IUUrnrld rontlnuf rontlnufhis
his hi account of the canteen xvAtcm and then are srrball arehaifa
ball haifa a dozen more articles oneconomtaorlilslorlcti oneconomtaorlilslorlctiMhjccU a aiWects
MhjccU besides Ur UoweUsa wWL

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