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BAKS BANKS a I cundlclnto cundlcito for tho nomination of ofVicoPrcaldent orVicePreident ofV1coPrcIdent
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t and put tho question qU6ton by or seemed seeme to toware towa8 towai
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p of Humor dog Uncle JOB CANNON im ¬
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v hot and angular Iglr words and hugs hug the thoSpeakers thej
t j Speakers Spkers baublo to his rugged rfnte bosom bosomITie boom boomTe bosomThe
The Te villains viains still sti pursue him himla himIs himIs
Is it still stl in tho power pwer of Mr FAIR FAIRBANKS FAI FAIRBANKS ¬
BANKS to savo Mr CANNONS life le so to tospeak toIpk toipeak
speak Ipk medicine him to sweet sleep once oncemore oncemore oncemore
more tear ter that tragicomic trglcomlo spectre spctro of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the VicePresidency from his hl pillow pillowEven p lJw lJwEven 1jwI
I Even if the bland Hoosier makes makc up his hismind hismind
I mind to lot the office ofco seek him ho may mayfind mayfnd mayfind
find fnd that he that will 11 not when ho may mayhe mayhe mayhe
he shall shal not when ho woulda wouldaGovernor wouldaGovernor wouldaGovernor
Governor DURBIN DunN and several 8veral other otherIndiana otherIndiana otherIndiana
Indiana Republican Republcan statesmen sttemen have hve an animmediate animolato animmediate
immediate imolato personal peronal interest Interet in the mat matter mat matter ¬
ter tr Thoy want FAIRBANKS IARBLKS nominated nominatedfor nominate
q for VicePresident VlcePe ldent not because bouB they theylove theylve theylove
love lve him or sympathize sypthize with JOE CAN CANNON CAI CANNON ¬
t NON but because they hope to get Mr MrFAJRBANKSS MrFARBANKSS MrFAIRI3ANKSS
FAJRBANKSS FARBANKSS job in the Senate SenateTho ScnatoTo Senatet
t The To indelicacy Indcicc of Governor DUBBINS DUBBINSconduct DURBNS DURBNSI DURBINsconduct
conduct cnduct must bo painful to Mr FAin FAinBANKS FAmBANS FAinBANKS
I BANS BANKS But down in Danville Dlnvle Ill I there thereis therei
is i earnest erest hoping hopinF even praying prying per perhaps perr perhaps ¬
1 r haps hap that FAIRBANKS FAJB NKS Is willin1 willin1False wiin whIm whImI
I False Failc Pretences Preteno1 In Georgia GeorgiaCrying Georlla GeorllaCIig GeorgiaCrying
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delegation delegaton instructed Instrcte for PABKER P RKFR the theAtlanta theAtanta theAtlanta
Atlanta Atanta Journal says saysThe ays aysThe saysThe
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States SIAeslonlalo lone ago narrowed down to t a test of strength strengthbetween strenrlhbeween strengthbetween
between beween HEARST BRe and ad PJUIKES Plu with wlb the former a aridiculously andlculousl artdIcuIouIy
ridiculously bad second Jfo n other candidates candidatesare andldatesare
are to be considered consideredThe rnld consideredThe red redTe
The Te Democratic Democrato party prty would be b in a aparlous al aparlous
l parlous prlous condition conditon if i only one man could couldsave couldMve couldsave
save it from being bin kidnapped kidnapp by the theyoung theoung theS
S r young LOCHUTVAR LCIN AR of tho to Eleventh Con Congress Congress Contii ¬
tii gress district districtIf distrit distritI
If I Mr HEARST is I a f ridiculously bad badsecond bad5ond badt
t 5ond second it i is I idle to worry worr about abut him himand hm hmand himand
and unfair to try to t use ue him as a a bogy bogyfor bgy bgyfor bogyfor
for frightening nervous nenou Democrats Democrt into intothe Intothe Intothe
the Hill Hi corral corralThe corrulTe corralThe
The Te Democratic national natonal convention conventionwill conventon conventonwi
wi will not be held for tho purpose purpse of fur furnishing furI ¬
I I nishing nlhlng a test tet of strength between betweenHEARST betweenf betwoenHEARST
f HEARST HERT and PARKER but to nominate nominatethe nominatet
t I the man who whosoenia seems likeliest lkelet to get tho thomost thomot themost
most mot electoral electorl votes vote The Democratic Democraticproblem Democrto Democrtoproblem Democraticproblem
problem is not nt to beat bot HEARST HJARIT but to tobeat t tobout
The Concordat Not Denounced Jenounced But ButThreatened Dutj Hutlhreatcneit
j Threatened ThreatenedWe lhreatenet
We are not surprised Rurprled to hear that the thediscussion thediscullon thediscussion
discussion discullon of tho relations relaton of France Fnce to tothe tothe tothe
the Papacy Papc which took place on Friday Fridayin Frday FrdayIn
in tho Chamber of Deputies Depute was followed followedwith tolowed tolowedwlh followedwlth
with wlh anxiety by the Vatican Vatcn authorities authoritiesThe authorite authoritiesThe
The Te apprehension apprhension of an immediate Immediat aboli abolition abol abolitlon ¬
tion ton of tho Concordat Concorat was indeed Inde al allayed al11e allayed ¬
layed 11e but there ther was ample ground grund for foralarm foralarm foralarm
alarm in tho announcement mode mo by byPremier byPrmier byPremier
Premier Prmier COMDKR CmIJ that the expediency expiency of ofdivorcing ofdhorclng ofdivorcing
divorcing the Church from trm the State St t in inFrance InFrnce inFrance
France Frnce would be b considered conldored in tho thetonal na national national ¬
tional tonal Legislature Lgllature next January Janury when a adefinite adefnite adefinite
definite defnite decision deision would be reached reachedThe rched rchedThe reachedThe
The action of the Government in
acton Govcrment re recalling reclng recalling ¬
calling clng M f NISARD ISARD the French Ambassa Ambassador Ambla Amblador Ambassadot ¬
dor to the Vatican VatcnIn VaticanIn in order orer ordertoexpresa to t express expre its itsresentment is isrentent itsresentment
resentment rentent at the terms trms in which Car Cardinal Cr Crdinal Cardinal ¬
I dinal MERRY DEL VAL the Papal Papl Secre Secretary Sere Seretr
tory tr of State Stte in a note not addressed addre8 to the theRegent theRegent theRegent
Regent of Bavaria Bavara had hd protested prtet against againstthe againt againtthe againstthe
the visit of President Prident LOUBET LUBE to King KingVICTOR Kng KngVICOR KingI
I VICTOR VICOR EMMANUEL EMA EMiANUEIrwas UElwas was approved approve by bytho bythe bythe
the immense Immene majority mjorty of 332 32 even ex exPremier exPreier exPremier
Premier Preier RIBOT the leader leer of the Opposi Opposition Oppl Opplton OpposiC ¬
C tion ton voting votng votingforthemotlon for the motion moton Nevertheless Neverthelessa Neverele
a R motion moton offered ofere by a Socialist Solallt Deputy Deputythat Deputythat Deputythat
that all al relations relton with the Vatican Vatcn should shouldbe shouldb shouldbe
be b broken off or was defeated defet by 239 votes votesand vot votesand
and a resolution reoluton offered ofere by a Nationalist Nationalistthat Xatonlit Xatonlittht NationalIstthat
that tht the Government Oovermet should enter entr upon upona
I a negotiation negotaton with Pope Pop Pius PIB X for a aseparation ar aseparation
r separation sprton of Church and State Stte obtained obtainedonly obtlne obtainedonly
only 18 votes vote in its it favor favorTaken favorTaen
3 Taken Taen by itself itelt the Chambers Chaers per peremptory pr premptry peremptory ¬
emptory emptry refusal to adopt proposals prpos con contemplating coni contemplating ¬
i templating tmplatng a definite detnto rupture rpture would wouldnaturally woud woudnaturaly wouldnaturally
naturally naturaly encourage hope hop at tho Vatican Vaticanthat Vatcan Vatcanthat Vaticanthat
that with ith time tme and reciprocal expla explanations explanation oxplaI ¬
I nation nations the existing existng friction fricton between betweenFranco betwen betwenI betweenI
I I France and the the Papacy Papny may be abated abatedUnfortunately abatd abatedJnfortunately
I Unfortunately it is not ot easy eay to reconcile reconcileso rcconclo rcconcloi
i I so 10 o optimistic optmlsto a view of tho incident with withtho withthe withthe
the explicit exp1clt declaration delaraton made by Premier PremierCOMBES PremierI
I I COMBES CMBES that while whie so serious scrous a step stp as asJy a nois
Jy J divorce of Church and State Stte should
bo preceded preed by measures mClurea safeguarding safeguaing
tho Republican Rpublca regime r gme gime against aainst the politi political plt political ¬
cal ca risks rk to t which it might mght bo subjected subjed
by such radical
a rolcn change chang yet observing obsrving
how the Concordat Is
Cncordat dally daly violated vlolatd violatedso so
he charged chagby chargedby by the Church Churh he was wa of the theopinion theopinion theopinion
opinion that tht a prolonged prolongd continuance contnuaneo of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the situation situaton would oud bo Intolerable He Headded Hooded Headded
added oded that several svera schemes heme for ending endLn endLnthe
the Concordat Cncorat had been ben under considers consideration conidera conideraton considerstion endinl ¬
tion ton in committee commltt and ad that one or more moreof moreof moreof
of these thee would bo o laid before befor the Cham Cha ¬
ber after awr tho passage pltJge of the budget budgt in inJanuary inJauay InJanuary
January Jauay 1005 1005It 10 1905It
It is probable that the Premier had ha in inmind inmind inmind
I mind the project projet of law 141 known know to t have
been already arady formulated formulat by the Com Committee Cm CmInlt Corninitto ¬
mittee Inlt on the Separation Spaaton of Church Churh and and8tot ad
8tot Su St4tI The Te measure meauro as a drawn daw drawn1 begin bei begint
t S
with wih guarantying luaantelnl freedom freeom of eomdenao otcoMfnoo otcoMfnoonld oteoncbncoand eomdenaonml
and nld the unrestricted exercIse olrcll of religion religionfor rol1011 religionoXcept
ICpt oXcept when r restriction lrleton my b ho nfdl rnwnlst rnwnlstfor
for the thl prwwrvnlion JrtrvaUon reservaIIon of public publo ord order r It Itprwfiodn Hpron1 Itprotecds
prwfiodn pron1 to dctlnro decnro that the th French lmCh Ito Itojmbllo tietiltllu t
jmbllo Jlullu tiltllu will wi neither nelhor protect prott nor pny pnyurlra oil oilaries I <
aries urllI nor nubventtoM 5ubvontlM under My ay form formwhatever tormwhatver formwliittover
whatever whatver to any denomination d nomlnUnn thnt It Itwill Itwi Itwill
will wi not nt rocoKnleij rrconl any minister mlnilter of ro roIlKlnn ro1lol rnliglon
IlKlnn 1lol and will w not furnish any building buildingfor hul < lll
for tho service Irvlcn of any denomination denomlnllhm or orfor Ir Irtor cirfor
for the lodging of nny of It 1 its nilnlflhw nilnlflhwTho Ilntr4 Ilntr4Io zitlititrclhn
Tho proponed measure mealuro goes g on to abolish abolishtho nbollh nbollhtho abolishthe
tho Concordat nupprcflflca IUpprC 1 tho French FrenchKmbuwiy FrenchJrrittucsy ronchIlblUIY
Kmbuwiy IlblUIY at tho Vatican Vtcan and makes mnc pro provtelon provision
vision vl lon for tho disposal dlApon of tho Govern Governmentn Oover lovernmonts
mentn mentl church property proprty Wo scarcely scarcelyneed lcroely lcroelynoed ucaroelyneed
need point oint out out that under tho existing existingConcordat eistng eistngConcordat existingConcordat
Concordat tho Catholic Catholo Bishops Bishop and andprieHU andprlllts andpriests
priests prlllts ore salaried olnre officials ofcal8 and tho thoMinister thollnlHter theMinister
llnlHter Minister of Public Publo Worship WOlhlp is a 1 member memberof
of the Cabinet CabinetMany CabinetMany
Cainet CainetMlny
Many Mlny things thlng may happen happn before beror next nextJanuary nextJanuay nextJanuary
January Januay France Franc conceivably may find findherself fnd fndhersell findherself
herself hersell involved olved in tho Far Ir Eastern war waror warj warjor waror
or what is more probable M 1 COMBES COMBESmay COlBE8 COlBE8may COMBROmay
may bo succeeded succee by a Premier less les Im Implacably 1mpllcnbb Iraplacably ¬
placably pllcnbb hostile hotlo to t Catholicism Catholcism Much Muchmay MuoJ Muchmay
may 1ay depend depnd upon the spirit aplrt In which the therecall therecal therecall
recall recal of M NISARD NISAII is treated at the thoVatican theVatcan theVatican
Vatican Vatcan Should Pope Pop Pius X behave behaveat
at this critical critcal conjuncture conjunctre with studied studiedmoderation studiedmoderaton studiedmoderation
moderation moderaton and refrain rerrin from recalling recallingMgr realng realngMgr recallingMgr
Mgr LORENZEUJ LnENzELLI the Papal Nuncio at atParis atPus atParis
Paris Pus permitting prmiting him either eiher to t remain remainnt remin reminat
at his post or granting grantng him leave of ofabsence ofabsence I Iabsence
absence tho oftmooted ofmootd separation sparation of ofChurch ofChurch i
Church and ad State Stat in France may be bepostponed bepostponed II
postponed once more
Changes Chnngt Before Deore the South SouthTho 80uthTho MouthThoquestionoftho
Tho Thoquestionoftho question quetolor of the means mens befit bet beotadapted beotadaptedto adapted adaptedto
to stimulate stmulte immigration imigrton to t the South is isnow I Isnow
now engaging very general interest interet and andexciting andexcitng andexciting
exciting excitng very ver earnest eret discussion discUion in those thoseStates thoseStte thoseStates
States Stte The immigration immigrton which the theSouth theSouth theSouth
South would attract atrct is I not merely merly or orprincipally orprnciply orprincipally
principally prnciply from foreign countries coutre but butalso butnlso butalso
also and even mote importantly imporaty from fromthe fromthe from fromthe
the Northern Norther States Stt of the te Union UnionThe Unon UnonTe UnionThe
The Te great gret incentive incentve to t immigration iigrtion is istho Isthe Isthe
the present prent agricultural agriculturl prosperity proprity of oftheSouthdueto ortheSouthdueto oftheSouthdueto
theSouthdueto the high prices price obtained obtainedfor obtlno
for the last cotton crop and tho conse consequent consequent consequent ¬
quent prosperity prosprity of the other industries industriesof Industres Industresof
of the region If I cotton coton raising rillg con continues contnue continties ¬
tinues to and if ifthere Itthere ifthere
tnue yield profits profts so great gret oven
there shall shl be a considerable coniderable diminution diminutionin dimInuton dimInutonin
in them the South wi will need ne to put for forward forwar forward ¬
ward war no other Inducement to immigra immigration immigr immigration ¬
tion than that afforded afore by them If IfSouthern HSouther IfSouthern
Southern Souther farming faring continues contnues to t be the themost themost themost
most profitable prftble in the te Union emigre emigration emigr emigretion ¬
tion ton of farmers farer from the Northern States Statesto Stt SttI
to gain its It advantages advantge will 11 go on with without withthe without ¬
out the necessity neceity for further furher stimula stimulation st1ula st1ulaton stimulation ¬
tion than knowledge kowlege of that fact The Theonly Theonly
ton Te Teonly
only requirements requiement will 11 be b for informa information infora inforaton informathou ¬ I
thou ton as to the land lnd obtainable obtinable it il its quality qualityand qualty qualtyand qualityand
and its is price priceFrom priceFom priceFrom
From Fom such Immigration Immigaton the South Southwould Suth Suthwould Southwould
would gain more than thl merely material materialadvantages matern materialathantages
advantages adantes For its political pottca and ad in intellectual inte1ectua Intellectual ¬
tellectual te1ectua welfae welfare It needs ned the discussion discussionwhich dlscullon dlscullonwhirh discussionwhich
which opposing opinions opinons produce prouc At Atpresent Atpresent Atpresent I
present there is at the South a political politicalmonotony poltca politicalmonotony
monotony which is unfortunate unforunat for the thebest thobest thebest
best development but in the nature ntur of ofthings ofthlng ofthings
things thlng it cannot canot long continue contnue when whenonco whenonce whenonce
once emigration emlgat n of Northern Norher farmers farmerson taer
on the largo lag scale a begins to pour in for fortho fortho forthe
tho utilization utlzation of its is agricultural agiculura poesi poesibllitiesand p possibilitiesand l lblteand
bllitiesand blteand coincidently cincidenty a large volume volumeof
of foreign immigration iigrton tends thither thitherBefore thiher thiherBforo thitherBefore
Before tho civil discus discussion discussion
Bforo cvi war wa political poltcal disus disusRlon ¬
sion at the South was wa at a high level and andthe ad adthe andthe
the leaders leners in American Amercan politics pltc for a along along along
long period pro were largely largly Southern Now NWwhen Nowwhen Nowwhen
when the South is politically poltcaly solid sold as 8 a aforegone aforegone aforegone
foregone conclusion concusion those tho States Stat have havelost haveIOt havelost
lost IOt the leading political pltical influence Infuence they theyhad theyhad theyhad
had then The Te great geat strength of tho thoDemocratic theDemocratic
Democratic party is in the South and
logically logcaly tho thoSoJth South should be the ho leader leaderin leaer leaerin
in shaping its it policy polc yet for the very veryreason veryreaon veryreason
reason reaon that the Southern Suthern electoral electral votes votescan votescan
can be relied reled on whatever whatver is the Demo Democratic Democratie ¬
cratic cratc policy polcy the South occupies occpies a R sub subordinate subordinate subordinate ¬
ordinate place pla It I leads lead no longer but butis butia butis
is expected expcte to t follow followIn folow folowIn followIn
In the period perio before the civil civi war warpolitical warpltcl warpolitical
political pltcl contest contet in the Southern Souther States Stateswere Stateswere
were bitterly biterly contested cnt t and their results resultswere resultowere
were doubtful doubtful From Frm 1828 182 up to 1856 186 of ofthe orthe ofthe
the Presidents Preident elected elete three were South Southern Southern Southem ¬
POLK and ZACHARY TAYLOR TAYLR the first firsttwo frt frttwo firsttwo
two Democrats Democrt but the third thir a Whig WhigHENRY Wg WgHENRY WhigHENRY
HENRY CLAY CLY the great gret Whig leader leder and andthe andthe andthe
the idol of his hi party pry at both the North Northand Norh Norhad Northand
and ad the South was 18 a Kentuckian Kentucka When Whenho Wen Wenhe Whenhe
he ran rn against agint JACKSON J ACES ON In 1832 182 thou gh he hewas hewas hewas
was beaten betn badly in the Electoral Eletrl votes votesyet votj votjyt votesyet
yet yt of the 49 of these thee votes ot received reive by byhim byhim byhim
him 23 were those thoe of the te Southern Souther States Statesof Sttes Sttesot
of Delaware Maryland Marland and Kentucky KentuckyThe KentuokyThe
The Whig Gen HARRISON elected elect in
1840 184 carried crrie besides bide Delaware and andMaryland andMarlad andMaryland
Maryland Marlad the te Southern Souther States Stte of Geor Georgia Oeorga Georgia ¬
gia ga Kentucky Louisiana Lui8iaa Mississippi MississippiNorth Mlsilippl MlsilipplNorh MississippiNorth
North Norh Carolina Caolna and ad Tennessee Teneee and ad the thecontest theontt thecontest
contest ontt was wa exceedingly exodingly close coe in Ala Alabama Alaba Alabaxna ¬
bama ba Arkansas Arkaa Missouri Misouri and ad Virginia VirginiaEven Virgina VirginaEven VirginiaEven
Even in 1844 18 when POLK POL was a carried carriedinto crr1edinto
into office ofc by the question queton of the annex annexation anex anexa annexation ¬
ation a ton of Texns and received rolv 170 electoral electoralvotes electoralvotes
votes vot to 105 10 for HENRy CLAY CLY the South Southern Souther Southera ¬
era er States Stt of Delaware Maryland Marlad Ken Kentucky Kentuck Kentucky ¬
tucky tuck North Norh Carolina Ca Una and ad Tennessee Tennesseewere Tenneee Tenneeewere Tennesseewere
were carried earre by the Whig Wig In 1848 188 the thoWhig to toWig theWhig
Whig Wig ZACHABY ZACAI TAYLOR TAYR carried caed all al those thosoStates thoo thooStt thoseStates
States Stt and also aso Florida Forida Georgia Gorga and andLouisiana ad adLuisiana andLouisiana
Louisiana Luisiana In 1852 182 FRANKLIN FRANLI PIERCE PIERCEreceived PIERCBreeive Pznncnreceived
received reeive 254 of the 294 2 29 electoral eletra votes votesyet vote votesyet
tho four States carried carriedby carriedby
yet among aong Stato only cared caredby
by his Whig opponent Gen WINFIELD WINFIELDSCOTT WimirinuScorr
SCOTT SCOT were two Southern Souther Kentucky Kentuckyand
and Tennessee Tenne Then came cae tho break breakup breakup breakup ¬
up of tho Whig party paty and ad the formation formationof formaton formatonot
of the Republican Ropublca party and in 1858 1858FREMONT 186 186FR isaFRMoNr
FREMONT FR MOl naturally naturay enough carried carriedno carred carredno
no Southern Souther State StateTho Stt StateTho
Tho popular votes vote in the Southern SouthernStates SouthernStat SouthernStates
States Stat in 1852 182 a M between betwon PIERCE PERCE and andSCOTT andSO andScorr
SCOTT SO show Ihow how great geat even then was woatho 18 wasthe
tho ment division in Southern Southor political poltca senti sentiment snt sentiinent ¬
r Pierce PI rCf fetxi cm
Alabama zaesi 2MI eesiArkansas UOW UOWArkansas IL0
Arkansas Ark 15171 12173Detsware 7404 7404Delaware
117 74t 74tDelar
Delaware Delar 81L jw 183 183Jolda S9 S9Plorida jgj jgjlortda
lortda Jolda 4IU su jgTj jgTjGeorgia 2575Oeorgla S
Georgia Oflla M7M 47 1O laeno laenoKentucky 111 j jKentucky
Kentucky KentuckyLouIIana Mn LS tr008 tr008I r70
I LubAa LouIIana > uUlana j sN 16047 16047MsrIand > j uiSSj uiSSjMaryland nmWuland
Maryland Wuland 400 o0 oeo oeoMtuiuIppI > jsow jsowMississippi 10
Mississippi 28878 188 1T 1TMissouri nlurl 17148 17148Mlisourt
Missouri MlisourtNorthCarofloa lurl MSM 1M ttt 4 4North
North NorhCrUna NorthCarofloa Carolina M774 74 39096 39096Tennesse 30 3ao5 3ao5Tennessee
Tennessee Teonesee 1018 37015 oi MKK MKKTexas I 5RBsTeIM
Texas Ur 11112 U2 4MS 4MSSouth 4 4South 1001South
South Carolina Caotn is not included Incudod ito itolectors it it itelectors
lectors having been chosen by the
eetl r hvng ben chon Legis Lg ¬
lature atur U I l ie noteworthy ncteot n that Richmond RichmondWM
WM w curried Mrred by b flcorrimdrmwM Aeoc f4corrnd he1 he wu tmnffln tmnfflnIn Atn AtnIn
In Ii Now He Orleans OrltIM by only 19 voUw voUwWo voteoWe ot
We live thmw thM election ellton returns nturl tonhow tonhowto to hI
to tl lh the many of the preMnt RfirmrMlon nrUon who whoaro whor whoare
are r not Informed Inlore concerning oonornln pMnt mir political politicalnnd plUoal plUoalAnd pehitloaland
And partisan patM hlitory hllor of jnwt Jllt IUt generations generationsthnt K gonurationthat ntraton ntratonthat
that the prtent present political pcltcA olldlty 0Urly of the thoHouth thl theSouth
Houth In II an anomaly In IU It history hiltor duo duoto dlo dloto titleto
to tho color question luelUon and Id other IIUII issmieo issmieogrowing MUCH MUCHgrowing
growing out of the civil cvi wnr At tho thoperiod thopro theperiod
period pro when the Houth WM w was met m it Influen Induentlnl Influential Influential ¬
tial DM RI a political pltcl forco It wo w was sharply sharplydivided sharplydIvide sharplydivided
divided dIvide In 11 its partisan part l1 allegiance alollco and andWM andWA andwu
WM WA tho scene seno of the moat mot active atvo political politicaldlftoUMlon pltcal pltcaldilOlon politicaldiscussion
discussion dilOlon Such n division divJlon normal norl to too t toa
a community communlt11 so Intelligent Intelgent as the South Southwill Suth Southwill
will 11 return retur and an the accession acClon of a largo largowhite Irie Iriewhite largewhite
white Immigration Immhrton from tho North Norh with withthe wih wihthe wIththe
the result lult of a complete cmplet subordination subordinationof subrinton subrintonof
of the race mo and color clor question queton would wouldcontribute wouldcntrbute wouldcontribute
contribute cntrbute to t an end so 10 desirable desirableFifty delmble delmbleFity dIraboFire
Fifty Fity Fire Per Cent Weaker Than Tlan a Year YearAgo YeaAgo YearAgo
Ago Yesterday YesterdayThere YelterdaT YesterdayThere
There ore few fe of the survivors 8urion of the thewar thewar thewar
war between btween the States Stto who have hve not notreached notrache notreached
reached rache tho age of sixtytwo ltytwo years yer the thetime thetmo thetime
time tmo when a mans mns capacity epclty for manual manuallabor manul manullabor manuallabor
labor suddenly decreases dereo by 50 per cent centunderthe cent centunderthe
underthe under the magic mglo of Pension Penion Order Oror 78 78Yet 78Yet 78Yet
Yet yesterday yetrday thousands thouSd of veterans veteransofficially vetra veteransofficially
officially ofcaly weak and feeble feble marched marche miles milesover mUe milesover
over trying pavements pavement in celebration celebraton of oftheir oftheir oftheir
their departed comradesglory comrades < omrnes glory Spurred Spurredto Spurd Spurdto
to the exertion exerton exortionby by a feeling feeln of pride prde have havethey havethey havethey
they overtaxed overtcd their strength strenJh and sapped sappedtheir sappedtheir
their vitality vitlty in an exhibition exhibiton to t which sapp a astrong astrong astrong
strong sentimental feeling excited them
but from which they could coud no pos possible p poeibie ¬
sible Ilble physical physica benefit benefitA beneft beneftA
A year yer ago the same 8me men marched marchedthe marhe
the same routes route proud In their undl undlmlnlshed undlmlnlhe undiminished
mlnlshed mlnlhe vigor with no thought of the theawful theawful theawful
awful future that awaited awaite them not a atwelvemonth atwelvemonth atwelvcmonth
twelvemonth away Then they were wereas wer wonas
as a strong and hearty hcary a body by of men aa aacould I Icould ascould
could be b picked picke from civil cvU life lte now nowthey nowthey nowthey
they totter and stagger stgger beneath beneth the thePresidents thePreldents thePresidents
Presidents Preldents decision that they are ar too tooold to tooold
old to t be b strong stroJg too t advanced avanc in I years yearsto yei yearto
to be capable cpable of the task tsk they undertook underok underokso
so willingly a year ago
I How else can cn this thl parading prig of officially officiallynfeebled otolUy otolUyenteble oMolallyenfeebled
enfeebled enteble old men mnenbe be b looked loke upon upn than thn as asan I asan
an inhuman practice prctc worthy worhynot worthynot not of ofapplause orappluse ofapplause
applause appluse and commendation but of the theseverest theseyerct theseverest
severest seyerct reprobation reprobationIn reprobton reprobtonIn
In the interests Intret of humanity hunity it should shouldbe
be prohibited prohibiethat prohibitedthat that is I if the theory theor of ofPension ofPension ofPension
Pension Order Orer Order78 78 is I correct correctUndeserved cret cretUndeered correctUndeserved
Undeered Undeserved Criticism CriticismTho CrtcIm CrtcImThe CriticismThe
The death dcth of Senator Senatr QUAY prompted promptedthe prompt
the President Preldent of the United Unitd States Stt to tosend tosnd tosend
send snd this th thi message meo of condolence to the thefamily thefamily
family faUy of his late lat friend friendAccept frend frendAoep friendAocept
Accept Aoep mr m profound prloud sympathy official and andpersonal sn andpersonal
personal peronal Throughout Trurhou tny iy y term ter as A President PresidentSenator Prldfil Prldfilsatr PresidentSenator
Senator satr QOAT has been b my myIo n stanch and ad loyal loya friend friendI fnendhave
I have hoped to t the Ue last lu that he would uld by his hi sheer sheercourage sheerruare sheercourage
courage ruare pull pul through thrurb nil hi Illness Ule Again Alan accept acceptmy aept aeptmy acceptmy
my sympathy a mpa hy THIODOBB T aoDa ROOSETKLT ROOSETKLTLike RoosaY RoosaYLe R0050mvLike
Like Le every ever utterance uttrace delivered delve by the theoccupant te theoccupant
occupant ocupat of the high office ofce that THEO THEODORE TimsoDons ¬
Dons DRE ROOSEVELT ROOBEV holds hold this ths message messagehas messagehas
has ha been ben read ra attentively attntvely and ad in some somequarters somequarr somequarters
quarters quarr in no very vr friendly frendy spirit spirt The Thefftw Te TeNew TheNew
New York World Wold for example exaple says sya of it itWith itWlh itWIth
With Wlh live lve references rfern to hImself hlml and ad four t tSenator I ma maSenator
Senator soatr QUAY Ur Rooirnuvt Rooa seem am to t have been beenooodollnc beenooedoflng I
ooodollnc odoUe with wlh the Ue President Jrlcel rather than U with wl thewdo thewtqow the thewidow
widow wdo wtqow to t whom hom his hi telegram was wa addressed addressedIt addrd addrdIt
It is doubtful doutul whether any ay of the late lateSenator lat lateSenator
Senator Snator QUAYS QUAS friends frend counted the thenumber thenumber thenumber
number of references refernce to individuals Indviduas in inMr inl inMr
Mr l ROOSEVELTS ROSEVELT8 telegram tlegraj but had ha this thistest ths thsrt thistest
test rt been bon applied appled by them they would wouldnot wouldnot wouldnot
not have felt that he was wa condoling condoln with withhimself wth wthhlmet withhimself
himself hlmet to t a greater goatr extent extnt than tha with withthoso wt withthose
those thO nearer neaer to t his friend friendAs frend friendAs
As a matter of fact the Presidents
message meago to Senator Sentor QUAYS family faiy was wasunexceptionable wasunexceptionable
unexceptionable unexcptonable in form for and ad substance substanceMr substnce substnceM
Mr M ROoSEvELT R008EVEL expressed expred the thoughts thoughtsthat thouht thoughtothat
that were in his hs mind mnd honestly honeUyfrany honeUyfranysncerely frankly franklysincerely franklysincerely
sincerely sncerely in plain plan straight straght English Englishwithout Engsh Engshwithout Englishwithout
without slopping over without wthout endeav endeavoring endeavoring endoavoring ¬
oring to t conceal conea anything ayhng without wthout at attempting at attempting ¬
tempting tmptig to garland garlad the name nae of QUAY QOATwith QUAYwith QUATwith
with any ay honors honor that it did dd not deserve deserveHis dere dereHis deserveHis
His message melae was wa thoroughly proper properand properand
propr proprad
and ad we are ae sure that its it truthful trth phrases phrasescarried phrasescarried
carried carred more comfort comor to t those toe for whom whomthey whomthey whomthey
they were intended inwnde than tha the te most mot care carefully carefully ¬
fully fuly polished polshe form fon for expressing exprlng con condolence condolence condolenco ¬
dolence could have conveyed conveyedGermanys conveyedGermanY1 conveyedGermanys
Germanys War ar In South Africa AfricaThe Arlca ArlcaThe AfricaThe
The Hereros Herero of Southwest Southw t Africa Arc have havenow hve hvenow havenow
now been in revolt for more mor than tn four fourmonths fourmonth fourmonths
months month The Kreuz Kre Zeitung Zeilunl an ultra ultraconservative ulr ultraconservative
conservative coneratve and military mitr German Oern pa paper p paper ¬
per declares delares that tht the situation situaton is i most mostserious mot motseriou mostserious
serious seriousThe seriou seriousThe
The methods methos employed employe by the te German Germanarmy Gern Gernary Germanarmy
army ary for the stamping stmping out of the insur insurrection iur iurrecton insurrectlon ¬
rection recton will wi be b watched wathe with very ver great greatinterest get getIntret greatInterest
interest Intret In the earlier erler stages Itge of the theBoer theBocr theBoor
Boer war wr England Egland employed employe tactics tacticsclosely tacticsclosely
closely cosely resembling reemblig those thOe of SHADDOCK SHADDOCKin BRADOK BRADOKIn BnAnDocin
in his hl day and those of the redcoats redcoatsat rect
at Lexington Lxnaton She met with wit little lte suc success succl succaM ¬
cess cl until unti her colonial colonil men men got to work workwith workwih workwith
with wih methods methos similar simiar to t those thoe of their theiropponents teIr theIropponents I Iopponent
opponents opponent Regarding Regring that system syt of ofwarfare orwaar ofwarfare
warfare waar to which England Eglnd was WI at last lastobliged lastoblge lastobliged
obliged oblge to adapt aapt herself herelf as a beet bt she shecould Bhecould shecould
could German Geran troops troop know perhaps perhapsless prhp perhapsless
less le than did the to English Englh a few years yearsago yer yearsago
ago Unless Unle Germany Oenny profits prft by Eng Englands Eg Eglands Englands ¬
lands experience exprlenco the news despatches despatcheswill depthe
will wi report repr more than thn one on repetition repetton of oftho ottho ofthe
tho Braddock Brdock incident incidentThe incdent incdentThe incidentThe
The native ntve force forc is believed belev to bo well wellarmed wel wellarmed
armed and supplied uppled with th ammunition ammunitionIt amuniton amunitonI
It I is said sad to t be well wel provided provide with horses horsesand hore horsesand
and a fair lar number nuber of its it troops trop are a re reported r noported ¬
ported portd as a mounted mount It I is mobile mobie elusive elusiveand elusiveand elusiveand
and unencumbered unencumbere with wih military mlt tra traditions traditons tm tmditions ¬
ditions ditons Under certain crWn conditions conditons mill military ml millhiry ¬
tary nry discipline dlcplne combined oomblne with conven conventional conventonl conventional ¬
tional tonl formation toraton and manoeuvres man uv is I the theimportant theimportnt theimportant
important importnt if not determining deterning factor flor in inan Inan
an a engagement engagment Against Agant tho native nativetribes natve natvetribe nativetribes
tribes tribe of Southwest SuthwCt Africa Arc well wel armed armedoven are armedoven
oven partly paty mounted mountd and ad thoroughly thoroughlyfamiliar thoroughy thoroughyfala thoroughlyfamiliar
familiar fala with wth a vast vat territory trrtr which whch is isonly isonly isonly
only complimented complmentd by calling calng it a wil wilderness wl wlderne wildernesa ¬
derness tho ironclad military
derne mlt system systemof systm systmof
of Germany Grany Is more mor likely lkely to t be a source sourceof sou sourceof
of danger dager than th a tower twer of strength strengthA stnt
A real ral war wa with wth such 8uc a people pople aa a the theHereros theHerero theBerero
Hereros and their allies in such
Herero ad ne a coun country country country ¬
try as a NamoquaDamaraland NaauaDalaad is i a new newexperience newexprenc newexperience
experience exprenc for German Ga troops trop From Frompresent Fom Fompreent Frompresent
present preent indications Indcaton the te work promises promiseeto proml
to be difficult difclt and ad the contest con t prolonged prolongedThe prolong
The country cunt is i tropical topic and ad if i the na natives na nativea ¬
tives tvo can c succeed suo in drawing daw their te op opponents opponents ¬
ponents ponent into it the t interior to U i would w aeea I eeaPrtiitr op
that tha they might hove h them tlmori amOt At Atli A atiheir
li 11101 lr mercy m r y Tho procsM prot of o tormiin tormiinmljiMtmtnt JrmAn JrmAnrIJutm Jermanadjustment
adjustment rIJutm nt to Uw th condition ondlton confront confrontInit conron conronInl confrontlog
log Inl their th ir nip0dltloiM IpdlloM will wil ho very vrylnI8 vrylnI8tnl inter Inforruling interrosin1
ruling tnl to students I < ent of military mlllRr affairs nffnlrsojr afRlrl afRlrlfn affairsJog
fn Jog ojr and ni Mugoffi MugoffiAn I IAn MisgegAn
An AnKloIsraellto1 Anllollrnlt of I Nova No Scotia Scotiamils HoUa HoUaCRUl Scotiacalls
mils CRUl our attention ntfntlon to tl chapters chnptl M and 30 30In o oin
In tho book of o Kxeklul Jeklul In tho Bible Ihlo Ihloprllhlto rui ruipronhMlo asprcrtlirtio
pronhMlo prllhlto of what Is I going Ioll to happen happento hnppn hnppnto
to HiiMln HiiMlnAccording HUMlaAccordln fttissitiAccording
According to KKKlKt f7lmIU Goo from tho tholand tholAnd timlaud
land of Magog MIOl the chief Prince Prlno of ofMrshoch ot11Ihoch ofMeshoch
Mrshoch 11Ihoch and Tubalshall Tubal Nshall lhal como out Olt of oftho ottho oftho
tho north parts thou and many people peoplewith poplo poplowith peoplowith
with thee tho all al of them riding rdln on norm hol horses a agroat neat agreat
great eat company and a mighty mlghty army and andhim andhim andhim
him the LORD LOlo will wi destroy dCtroy utterly uttrly In a agreat afat agreat
which shall tho thofinal thotnl tIiofinal
great fat battle batte after atr hal como
final tnl dispensation dllpMaton In tho book of Reve Revelation Rve Rvelaton Uevelation ¬
lation laton in tho Now Testament TCtment Goo and andMACIOO andMA000
MACIOO 11000 again agan appear appar but as 1 terms ten de descriptive decrptvo descriptivo ¬
scriptive crptvo of the Antichrist Antchrst whose whOe do destruction dostcton doatruction ¬
struction stcton Is to t be the precursor proolor of tho thomillennium thomiennium themillennium
millennium millenniumThe miennium mienniumThe
The Goo of EZEKiEL EFKIEL seems Bms to t have havebeen haveben harebeen
been ben unquestionably unquetonably representative reprentntvo of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the Scythians Scythla Later Ltr ho seems to havo havobeen havobon havebeen
been bon not less 10 unmistakably unmistably an expres expression oxpro oxproslon expressian ¬
sion symbolical sybolcal of tho heathen nations naton of ofAsia ofAsia I IAsia
Asia generally gneraly of whom knowledge in inEZEKIELB inEZEKIELS inEZEKIELS
EZEKIELS time tmo was wa of tho vaguest vauest de description desrpton doseniption ¬
scription srpton if i not wholly wholy mythical myt ca Tho Thodestruction Thedetrcton Thodestruction
destruction detrcton of Goo might mght therefore therfore bo bointerpreted bointrprotd beInterpreted
interpreted intrprotd as a prefiguring prefgurng tho downfall downfallof downfa
of Japan and ad China CWn not less IOI reasonably reasonablyand relonablyand
and perhaps prhap moro reasonably than thln the thodownfall thedowtal thedownfall
downfall dowtal of Russia RussiaGoo RUlla RUllaGoo RussiaGoo
Goo has ha been bon taken taen to represent many manymilitary may maymlt manymIliti
military mlt mIliti undertakings underting reprobated reprobatd by the theinterpreters thointrpreter theinterpreters
interpreters intrpreter For example oxaple Goo was wasidentified W Widentfed wasidentified
identified identfed with wih NAPOLEON but now our ourJewish ourJewsh ourJewish
Jewish Jewsh correspondent correpondent revives revive him aa aaRussia a asRussia
Russia RUII nnd looks loks forward to t tho destruc destruction detrc detrcton deetruction ¬
tion ton of Russia Rusia by the Japanese as a the thefulfilment thefufment thefulfilment
fulfilment fufment of the prophecy and tho rca restoration re rcatoratlon ¬
toration toraton of the Kingdom of GOD to t follow followon folow folowon
on it he Interprets Interpret to bo a destined dctne tri triumph triumph tn tnumph ¬
umph for the British Brtsh nation naton and the theUnited theUntd theUnited
United Untd States SttC or the to whole AngloSaxon AngloSaxonrace AngloSaon AngloSaonra
race ra The destiny detny of tho world today todayho tay tayho
ho puts in tho hands of those two great
owers owersTho
Tho sooner you como down off of your yourperch yourprch yourperchv
perch prch he tells tell us u in conclusion and andacknowledge ad adacknowledge andacknowledge
acknowledge tho corn the better b ter Inns Inasmuch Ina Innsmuch ¬
much as a wo 10 have ascended acended no perch prch It Itis Iti itis
is i not possible poible for us to t get down We Wecan Weca Wecan
can ca only ony look lok up to the perch from which whichhe whch whchhe whichhe
he utters uttr the command commad and wonder wonderatha wonderathaaurace at athis athisassurance his hisassurance
assurance aurace as a an a interpreter Intrpretr of prophecy
As A for ourselves ourlve we 10 have no theory theor on onI ontho onthe
I tho subject of Coo Go to t propound Nor Norhave Norhave Norhave
have we been ben able after atr more or less lessreading lessreading
reading reaing on the subject subjet to t reconcile reoncie the theopinions theopinon theopinions
opinions of other people who have
opinon poplo ven ventured venture vontuned ¬
tuned ture interpretations intrprtatons of the prophecy prophecywhether propheeywhether prophecywhether
whether Goa was wa destroyed in the far fardistant fardistt fardistant
distant distt past pat was WR overcome in the person personof pron pronot
of NAPOLEON NAPLN or is now about to be over overcome overcomo overcome ¬
come in the defeat of Russia RUlla by Japan JapanBoth JapanBoth JapanBoth
Both Japan Japa and ad Russia RUlla it must be re remembered remember remenibered ¬
membered member are ae northern peoples poplcs the one oneChristian oneChstB oneChristian
Christian ChstB and very piously pioully Christian Chrstan and andthe andthe andthe
the other heathen Nor is it suro yet yethow yethow et ethow
how the present prent war wa is to t come out Per Perhaps Perhap Perhaps ¬
haps hap Goo be will wl prove to bo Japan JapanAs
As to the AngloSaxons who
t AgloSaxon are arethey arethey arethey
they and ad What reason raon is there for de describing desrbing rIoscribing ¬
scribing srbing this country of many may nation nationalities naton nationalitiesmore ¬ I
alities atomor alitiesmore more than tha a million mlon Jews for forinstance forinstcea forinstanceas
instance instcea instanceas as I AngloSaxon AngloSaxonWe Angloon 1 1We
We copy from the te London Times Timtl of May 1Iay
20 0 the essential ental parts par of a remarkable rmarkable article nrtlcloin ar clo cloIn
in which tho military mltry expert exprt employed employe by bythat bytt bythat
that tt journal joural attempts attmpt to demonstrate demontralo the thoinability theInabity theInability
inability Inabity of Russia Rula either eiher to t havo accumu accumulated acumu acumulat accumulated ¬
lated lat in Eastern Etr Asia Ala tho Immense lmene forces forceswhich forceswhich orcs orcswhich
which St Petersburg Petrburg says sa it has hl there ther or ortoreenforoe orto orto
toreenforoe to rnfor and ad supply supplyadequatelyan adequately adeuately an army armyof ary aryof armyof
of that t strength strngth assuming auming it to t be b at tho thofront thefront
front The dlfflouUloH under which hleh the
Czars Czs Government Is laboring with wih its itssole It itssole
sole dependence depndonc on an enormously enorously long
line lne of single Ilngle track trok railway rlwny heavily heaviy con conReetod cn cnKl congosteci
Reetod Kl and constantly cnstty threatened thratne have havenot haveno havenot
not no been bn more mor strikingly Illustrated IllustratedAn Iustrt IustrtAn
An Impartial Imprtal Purpose Misunderstood MliunUerttoodTo MIundeltold MIundeltoldTo
To THE EDITOII OP 01 THE SUN SUNSir Sir I have havealways havealwlYs haveelwaye
always alwlYs somewhat lomewhAt pitied pite the man at whom whomthe whomthe whomthe
the arrows arrowl of your Irony and censure were weredirected weredlre woredirected
directed dlre d Just now It I seems to be your rigid rigidpurpose rlrld rlrldurpose rigidpurpose
purpose to knock all 11 the feathers tel hen Cuban as aswell a aswell
well wel at a domestic domltc off or oh the cap of our President Presidentand
and your you champions cbamplon ot political poltical archery con consistently conalstnty consistently ¬
sistently alstnty manage maaie to amaze us U by great grea ac accuracy socuracy 0 0curacy ¬
curacy of aim and ad grim earnestness ureste of will willHowever wi willHowever
However Jowever your attitude Attude of reticence retcenoe as to tocertain tocerti tocertain
certain certi questions Quostons makes mkes us guess auc and ad guess ruessfeeling aueasIll guessteeiing
feeling Ill that tat you are keeping keepig big blr cards crdl under underthe uder uderthe underthe
the table tble for eventual evetual display You Ignored Ignoredthe laore Ignoredthe
the Inquiry IQIIry of the faithful al hll Mr Bits 111 and you youare YOUare youare
are still stl it seems leema to me too far in I the back background bck bckaroud background ¬
ground aroud to be able to give our curiosity th thImpetus the theImptus theimpetus
Impetus Imptus necessary to hold It to the end of ofwhat ofhat ofwhat
what hat promises to be a hary hot campaign campaignComo cmpalm cmpalmComo campaimCome
Como forward torar a little lte please and let us have havea
a glimpse almpAo of your secrets Is I a modern moern Crom Cromwell Com Comwel Cr001well ¬
well wel ridiculous to contemporary life lifeNEW le life7NEW
NEW Yon Yong May 28 8 PAUL HARBOE
May ay a U ValoR lon TeAmster whistle mte k I Slramu SlramuWalts SIr SIrWaUa SirsassWaits
Waits Waitsno T TTo
To 0 TBI EDITOI EDITOR or THE SUN SUISr SuwStr Slrt > I hive read readwith readwith
with much pleasure te te editorial edloral article arlcle In I your yournewiptper yournewspaper our ournwpaper
newspaper nwpaper this morning momlDI concerning the muslcl muslclunions musicsunions
unions unionsToday unloDoY unionsTo4ar
Today oY I heard herd In your your o r Fifth Flb avenue a union unionteamster Unon Unontamsler unionteitnater
teamster tamsler whittling wblllr a waltz walz written wrlel by Strauai Strauaiwho SIruawbo Strauaqwho
who Is u A I presume you are aware a nanunion nanunioncomposer Donunloacompr non Unioo Unioocomposer
composer composerI compr comprI
I had ha some Ime Donunion loounlon undergarment uderrareaU In my mytrunk mytruok mytrunk
trunk and refuted rtund to rail this teamster tamler for fur that thstmy Iba Ibamy thatmy
my baggage barae should not be delivered delvero at the be pier on ontime onlme ontime
time lme to t catch cath my steamer alefr for or the rail 1al River Line LineHowever LIneHoever lAneHowever
However hearing the nonunion Donulon waltz wal whistled hUle by bythe bythe bythe
the union ullol teamster tealer I secured aured courage rurae and ray big bigMe bal baggAge
me Me was WA sent et away awa at a this thi time timeNow lie lieNow timeNow
Now what I desire dfre to know Inow Is Must U I take takesome lakesme takesome
some sme union unlol underclothing uDderolhlnr with wlb me In order orer to totravel totranl totravel
travel on the New York and Hartford Halfor Railroad lUllrondTI RalraT RalraTdelr
I desire delr to t go on Sunday Will 1 your OU Mr ro Park Parkburst Iak Iakburl Perkburst
burst burl arrest me If 1 I try tr to rule re In 11 a closed coed cab on onthat onlbt onthat
that lbt day da T and will Wl your Aldermen Alderen run rn out and andbite ad adbie andbite
bite bie me III I it 1 attempt atempt to seat myself In the end ld of one oneof oneof oneof
of the open opn car tar seats seatsIf aatT aatTI seatsIf
If I I go to t the Ue pier by my friends freda automobile automobilemust autmoblr autmoblrUUU automobilemust
must UUU I go by way of the routes proponed prp ed by your yourPolice yourPollee our ourPollee
Pollee Commissioner or am I allowed alowed to run rn slowly slowlythrough slowl slowlythrough
through thrurb the streets and take my m risk ns of the stoning stoningprocess s atonIngprocess ollnr ollnrproel
process processI proel
I am an A Englishman Frlshman living 11nr In Vienna enn travelling taellnr
In America Aen and ad I ask solfly Iltly for Information InloratnIor InloratnIorUYAI informitlonfor informitlonformyself for formy
UYAI myself my elf and ad others otbe J 7 K PALMER IALMBI PAISIEaI75w I
NKW YORK 011 Slay ay ayBcyoa 2 2HalcyoB 20 20UsjcyoD
HalcyoB Days DTs for Women WomenFrom WomaFrm WomenFront
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Never surely aurel has b It I been so 1 easy el to dress dres effec effectively elee eleetvelY elTecUvelir ¬
tively tvelY and nd tastefully tUleUIY as 1 this summer when ben either eitherIn elher elherIn
In style or color rlor or fabric fabrc It I Is well wel nigh nllh Impossible Impossibleto ImpsIble ImpsIblet
to t find fd flndsngtblng anything altblnr really nal reailyugly Ufly This Thilis Is Istruiyaba1cyo Istruiyaba1cyoperiod truly trly a halcyon halcyonperiod hCYOD hCYODprod
period prod for woman wom Everything Evrtne Is I designed dulrne to t save saveher lv saveher
her tram frm polling Plnr effects eaecl the little Ille touches tuche that thatpiaks thatlais thatpuke
puke lais ill the difference dllteMe hare ba e been thought hourb out outfor outfor outfor
for her b r
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Droops Dr with wtb bloom blom In II snowy aew masses massesWhea ma mwcsWhen s
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AU their tber bliss bl and ad hope hop are an telling tellingAnd tle tletb tefliOgMd
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AVom Poosihi ra f I Il
Th The iim vtiinbro llr > tr ot lliiMfiin III In troop Ifno ulrMrftr oIrdf lf ill illlbs t tIhn
lbs Ihl sent e nt of war hare hle b bfM boen iwi wtlmMwl fI I tIl In Ilirofl Iliroflcolumns IhlAI litreScolumns
columns collnl namely Ilsmpl In round fl fluree ur i JWww JWwwmm 2100 2100I 3WOitfllfl
mm I IU scsi st of litilknl 111111 by tin h mlddl mldel of May lilY and andA anr
A I field ntll nrmy IrlY not pxrrHlnn IIln i0ow t O nil I old tol loltilvinx oldglrlnt
glrlnt n I combnlnnt cOlnbllln Irrnglh Ilrtl south 10lth of o Muk MukAm 1uk 1uke 7dtikden
Am e at a thin thl moment Inonum of 0 not orrr imooomrn imooomrnhut 100 IfOeO 11 font fontIttt >
hut probnbly prollll Iwn IPI Hhrwld HhII flvral Ml morn Unit UnitIlia thl tlttIShe
She n nUlbrl numbers urn hern hays I not linen b undrrntlmntrd undrrntlmntrdIhn wllrlRtlltI
the Ih inference will I bo Ihnt II tho fin calculation oaiculilon of ofIlia orIh ofhit
hit Ih through Ihroulh traffic trlmo of o tha Ihl TrantHlbrrlan TrantHlbrrlanand
and 111 Knst tIAt China railways rlI nI made mnl before thn thnwar tI tIar lie liewar
war ar begun has proved to he correct It I wm wmOMttmcd waaIMIId wasassumed
assumed IMIId at n tho outset OU e that tho doily dll average avrrngeof 1rngl
of military Illlry train running rlnnln eastward from fromllnlknl rlm rlmJlnlknl coin coinJitilkitl
llnlknl would woull probably not no much exceed ICt1 four fourS
a day dil under undlr the th condition condltonA then thl prevailing prevailingand PIInll
and nd that given Ilvon the necoxulty Dtclt for the despatch despatchof dIatoh dIatohat
of stops star supplied luppll transport trnnlpor and construe construction conltruo conltruoto construetioci ¬
tion to material th the dally dnly arrival nrla at Harbin Harbinwould IArbln IArblnwould Ilarbinwould
would not bo morn Ioro than 800 80 a I day dnya a some somewhat lomwha somewhat ¬
what different dl erft figure from rom tho 0000 00 a day dlY of oftho ortho ofthe
tho Ht 1etersburg estimate liven Ive 150000 150000men 110000tarn
men In on the ground rroud on Fob b I and a dally daly re reenforcement renoroemln reenforcement
enforcement noroemln of 800 8 mm mf It I was wai clear that by bytho byIhe bytlto
tho middle of o May tho numbers In the Far FarKnst FarEast
East would ould reach rlch the totnl of About Ibout 230000 230000and 2300 230000and
and It to these tbee we add tome 14000 0 reserves reserveslocally relPrnl relPrnllocaly reserveslocally
locally localy Incorporated II corpora ted we e are lufflolently close cloMto CIOMto
to the figures previously previoully arrived rrlvd at a by a astudyOf I aotudyot
studyOf the war strengths strlngtha of units unie known knownto knot
to be on the spot spotNow apotNowlf spotNow
Now Nowlf If we Blanco Klao back at lt the to fictions nclons which whichhave wblchhaft whichhav
have haft been betn disseminated dlRlemlnnte In the pre prls press of all allcountries al oilcountries
countries countrltl by St Petersburg Petnbura wo are bound to toconclude toconcludo toconclude
conclude that tho authorities authorles who ho gave ave out outthe outthe otitthe
the information Intormnton were tre either very vlry Ignorant Ilorant or orelse orI orrise
else I e rated rale the Intelligence Intelence of the world very
low For UiHtanoe IIRtano It was reported by a tele telegram teleIram telegram ¬
gram Iram from St Petersburg on Feb 3 that the theRussian theRU8la theRussian
Russian RU8la army which would operate oprate In I the theFar theFar I
Far East Est Including IncudlnK those thole on the spot and en enroute cnroute enroute
route aggregated nllcreaated 300000 30 men and ald that an anaddition a anaddition
addition addltO would bo made to these thte figures lgures at attho attho attho
tho rate of 110000 100 men a month which should shouldat
at this moment give Russia RUIda 720000 7200 men in inEast In InEut inEast
East Asia or about twothirds moro than tha she sheIs aheIs sheis
Is believed beleve to possess possessIf p05seeI
If I wo take It another aother way wa and ad accept with withbecoming withbecomlnr withbecoming
becoming humility humUly a dally arrival of 6000 6000men 6000man
men me the present prlset number num r all Allncludod Included should
be 7noooo 7 > 0 Thus this fresh trlsh flight Illht of the Icarus Icarusof Jcaruot
of the Russian Ruula press prc bureau ureau has quite at
lamentable an a end as the other and nd both bothcalculations bothcalculatons bothcalculations
calculations calculatons fall ni to the ground by reason of
thd dead weight of their own inherent 1m
bcclllty bccllltyAccording beclty becltyAcorlD becilityAccording
According AcorlD to Prince Princ KhllkorT Khlkol Minister IMlnlstr of
Ways and Communications Cmmuictons the average averagenumber averagenumber
number of trains now running runnl on the section sectionwest Beelon Beelonwelt sectionwest
west of Baikal Bikal from Chellablnsk Chelablnsk to Irkutsk IJmtk Is Isten IIten isten
ten each way ay These Thes trains have not only onl to tocarry toclrry tocarry
carry clrry troops troop stores Itors malls mol l supplies suppltl and andmunitions andmuitons andmunitions
munitions muitons of war but also alo the material matrial for forthe torthe forthe
the construction of the clrcumBalkal
cOntrcton crcumBIkal rail railway raUway railway ¬
way for fresh sidings sldlna to be made east of the thelake thelake
lake as a wel well as a provisions for the Inhabitant Inhabitantalong Inbbltnu Inbbltnualonr inhabitantsalong
along the line lne who have been ben deprived of ofthe o othe ofthe
the first frt necessities nlssltes of life Uo owing owlnl to the cessa
toD tioo of ordinary j lrmc trama I l Is hoped d that C by b
th the Plstnt present date tleen eleven trall trains wi will bopd run rn each eachway eac eacway aoh aohway
way every lvery twentyfour hours houn and we e will
take tho Ministers Jlnistr sword a word for It that this wi an ¬
ticipation tcIpaton has h been ben realized
Prince Prln Khllkoff KIUkOlf reRlzld however confesses c9ntcl that
tin to the time lme rtr 0 ot the hft rnnAttf recent thnw thaw on n Lake Tntr TntrBaikal
Baikal Dlkl the Manchurlan Manchuriln Railway lhuy has not Lke been beenRble beenRbiI beenable
able RbiI to exceed the number of six six trains tnlnl a ada day dayi
but durInI during hIl his stay ty In the Eet East hI ho was a able ablemake
make Such i arrangements aranlemenhl as lS might be ex exJo exIcltd cxpncted t
Icltd pncted to InBur insure the rallnl raising 01 mllht this hlB numbr number b I
Jo tn nine nIn each way WiY every ever twentyfour hours hour
This Thilult result be hl expected expcted to t secure lecur by the con constructon construction
i structlon structon of o eleven eleln fresh frtsh sidings sldlnl by the thl pro proeffected provision provisIon
vision ot a bt better ter supply ot fuel and by the
transfer IIrOS across thl the lake effected during hi his
tllctd durng hl
visit vllt of M locomotives 10comotvpl 25 passenger pSRngr coaches coachesand coches cochesand coacheand
and 2013 goods vans and trucks trcks Now every
traffic trmo manager mlnarer Is i a warn that thlt on a single sllle rail railway rlU rlUwa railway Ir ¬
way wa given Ilyon a fairly well laid line properly
fllrl WIJ lne
equipped equppd and sufficient Bumeent rolllnp rolni stock etck proprly the thestations thequestol thequestion
questol question of movement ot trall trains depends upon
the dlRtne distanco ot the stations Apart depnd or faiUng
stations tone of tho sidings sldlnl sttonl From Baikal talne to
Harbin alone alon It Is I roughly roulhlY J200 10 miles Blka and andwith andwIth andwith
with stations Ittona tstion tweniyflvo twentYfV miles m les apart as they
are ar the addition additon of o eleven supplementary apr
sidings Rid nAI Is quite quit Inadequate Inldequat to make supplementl Ike a radical radicalchance rdical rdicalcbn radicalchange
chance cbn In the th conditions of through traffic
condion throulh trMc
Until the ctrciimBnlkal circumBikal railway ralwar Is f open openand openwhich
whcb which wi will not b be this lumrtr summer nil military opn opnwhcb
al miItr
and other traffic trmo has ha to pans ps across tho lake
by boat bolt On the lake there ther are ar aorO two steamers ntoameravailable steamersavailable
available Rvlable the Baikal Blkal and the Asserts Aar loamen The
Baikal Blknl carries cnrrltl on three thl pairs pclr of mils rall laid laidalong laidnlong laidalong
along her axis axl on the main deck twentyfive
to twentyeight railway tRlway carriages cnrlRl1 tentylve with their
loads loadl at each Plch trip and at the tht speed of 75
knots knotl makes the double Journey Jouey spd five times
In two days when tho Ice Ic Is II completely fve tmts dis dispersed dispersed ¬
pnd persed So long as ni the thl Ice Ic Is I even three thr feet feetmay di fett
thick the tmo time ocllpled occupied hy a 1lile single Jourey JoureyIR journey
may IR 018 be b three thro days Closely packed pckcd the
twentyfive twentYfe carriages carll ts take 1000 1J 1 lOt men or 200 20
hOrtl horses whie while on the upper decks ao anti blow below
2000 20 more men rpn can bo 0 uppr penned pnned In The An Anearn Angnr Anmm
gnr earn can also alo carry cur 1500 IS men sardine srdie fashion fashionon falblon fashiononeachjotirney
on oneachjotirney each pacl Journey Jourlllnd and Is I not adapted adapted for carry
Ing Inl railway raiway pUnt p snt Therefore Therfor It It crr were weremerely weremerely
merely me ly a question Cutstnn of transferring tranacrrlnr a wtr mob
from one side of the lake Ike to t the other the themaximum
maximum carrying In capacity would be 11210
men a any
According Atcrdlng to our olr advices adylOI from Moscow
the tht reopening 10rnlnr of the thl steamer Iteamer traffic across
Lake Lke Baikal BIkal was anticipated Intclpnted on May 3 Many Mln Mlnpoplo
people poplo basing baslnr their thl calculations tnlulatons upon the themaximum themllmum themaximum
maximum mllmum capacity capclt of steamers Itelmen and trains trainsoverstate trlna trlnaoventte trainsoverstate
overstate oventte the power of Russia Ruslia to reenforce reenforceKhllkoffs renrorc
her nrm nrm7 In the jowpr ERt East It WI we admit Prince
Khllkoffs Khlkor s estimate ptmate of six ix military mitr trains trlD Plne a
day and allow olow these trains trin each twentyfive twentyfivecarrlaces twentyflvecarriages
carriages crrlals holding forty for men mtn apiece aplecl apieceal al ¬
though actually Iclualr they thty are nr only on taking tlklng twenty
five fyo to thirty thlryt thirtyIt It Is certain oraln that 8000 80 men can cn
be passed pUld along tho line lne in II a single Igle day but butnot butnot butnot
not every OVlr day or every eTor day of the to week What Whatmay WhRtmay Whatmay
may be b possible fIslbll the utmost utmot possible Inlble for forIt torono
ono day dol does not rprent represent the average and
It Is II from their failure ralur to take tke the Doerli whole situa ¬
tion ton Into account acount that so many calculators cJculatn
have hae come to grief Including apparently apparnUx
those at the Russian war lVar Office omc The 11he he TransSi TranlSI ¬
berian brlan and Its 11 continuation In Manchuria Mlnchurla is ispractically isPractically
contnuaton I
practically practoly the sole Ile line ne of communication not notonly notolY notonly
only olY for the army Irmy but also alo for the navy and
the civil clvllpulalon population throughout Russian RURllan nav East
Asia since Ilne the assistance throulhout which will be Est af ¬
forded tortd by the th waterways atray of whch the Volga 11 Amur Amur8un8lrl b a
Sungari 8un8lrl and other othlr rivers hardly 01 promises promisesmuch prmIers prmIersmuch promisesmuch
much relief rlet and will wi come to an end in II the theearly tbeeal theearly
early eal autumn autum with the return of the frost trot
It has been ben frequently frequety rtur shown Ahot In these theB col columns colums columnns ¬
umns ums that the transport traaport of army stores Itores and andsupplies Id Idsupp andsupplies
supplies supp together with wlh that of construction constructionmust constructionmaterial
material and supplle supplies for thllocal the local onstrcton onstrctonmaterial population populationmust
populaton populatonmu
must mu necessarily hlcfarly absorb nborb much of the traffic
Prince Khllko shows that between Jn 21 5
and March 12 n I 1trlo period of fortyseven days r
the eastward traffic amounted amount to 425 tons tonl or orstores 0 0stom ot otStores t
stores a day or nt the rate of nine nie tons per perwagon perwalOI perwagon
wagon walOI about fortyseven wagons or nearly
two train a diy dq but In practice practoe probably problb nearlY y
rather rlther more This too at a moment momtt when wheneverything whpneTeryhlc wheneverything
everything eTeryhlc except excpt the essential eMetal was aa put on onone onone onone
one side for the sake of the rapid despatch of ofurgently oruaety ofurgently
urgently uaety needed neede reenforcetnents renoreemot reenforoemmtsAccording
According Acortnj to the the calculations calcuiltlol of that ex excellent nxcelen axcellen ¬
cellent celen periodical the Freer Frc Militairt con ¬
firmed frme by by those thOe of an Austrian Austria technical
journal Journl the dally diy wants ot an a army of SOOooo SOOooomen 300000men
men and 100000 100 horses hores represent a dally
wH weight Ilht ght of 1 18 leoo 900 tons a day In I rtpre8l food foO alon alone e There daly
fore if the he country cou ry could coUd not supply aone not only
now but continuously cntluou a large 11 auppl proportion proporton anI of
this amount amout It seems clear clear that the maximum maximumcarrying maimum maimumcarylnl maximumcaryytng
carrying carylnl power of the cer railway could not notsuffice no nosuMce noteunice
suffice to feed ee the army since Ilce 1900 te tons ton a day
represent rtprtsent 177 17 wagons or seven trains of
twentyfive twentYfve wagons WRiol one In I excess of the thenumber thfnumber thenumber
number of military mitry trains rala tins which wbch Prince Khll Khlli hil ¬
koff kor expects expect to obtain o tal i dally daly It 1 was wa there theretins thprl Khl
fore not at random rndom that the Japanese Jnpante staff staffreckoned stl statreckoned
reckoned reckon I that tha 150000 250 men was al the Inreest Inreestarray Ilrltlt Ilrltltrmy lareestarmy
array rmy Russia RUlla could maintain mAlnt1 In the Far East
by means mlaA of the railway raiway and the te only on 13 remain remin
Ing Inr question QIIton as I regards rewrs supply supplyla Is how much muchand
the country cn can produce and for how long longand
and ad also howmuchthearmy howDuc1thearmy prouce stores J9rtln In the IOllt East En Entontaln East Eastcontain
1 contain tontaln and when whln they will 1 be emptied empted As
to tho latter lattr point there are reports which whichseem whichncem whichseem
seem worthy of credence celnc that rep9rJ the Russian Russiancommissariat Iuseian Iuseianoommisaarint lussln lusslnoorllarlat
commissariat oorllarlat was Wi not permitted rmlte to take tak the thenecessary thenestary thenecessary
necessary steps SttPB to complete a Urge reserve
before blore the war In any an case this thl IArfe Is II The he rtlrVI reason reasonnow rtAMn rtAMnnow reasonnow
now adduced nddltd for a I tardily tardiy admitted admite shortage shortageof Ihortarl
of this reserve rlervo and nd although 1lI01ICb some organs organsof oranf organsof
of the Russian press prC8 declare dtclare thst supplies suppliesexist suppiesexist
exist Ixlt for sooooo 30 men mo for or another six Ilx weeks wleks
It Is doubtful whether the facts ract are ae as they
represent representAgain re ren t tMraln a
Again the proceedings procPlnl of the Russian RUllnna
In Manchuria Mandauril with lh regard rllar regard to the local supplies suppliesaro
aro very eT suggestive 1ICglstTe If I numerous reports
from Independent tndpjtndlnt sources sourcs are a1 to b b be believed relrts
the Russians Ulatns are art practically Iy sweeping aw bhtT all allsouthern allsouthern
practce pl
southern oulhlr Manchuria of its supplies cattle I al
food foo and ald horses horl Manchlrt without payment paymet 1 lupple An catte army armylive armymlY armymay
mlY may clear n wole whole district of seppiies and
live lve upon that and little lte else for 0ppll a certain ctrtaln ai
length Jlnrh of time tm tint the period varying with the
density dcns ty of the tl population populaton Prlo the Ynryl numbers numbr of the thearmy thearmy thearmy
army and the nature and quantity QUIUty of the thecrops thecrops thecrops
crops and ad and stock But that harvest haret Is I only onlyreaped onlyreaD onlyreaped
reaped reaD once In I a I district dltrlot during durl dunn a campaign campaignand campalJ csmpan csmpanand
and famine lamle then reigns rei In the th land rite Thosystem Th Thystm ritesystem
system of rapine rlpfnl Initiated InllDtN 1 by the Russian RUBsla army arm
Is II generally Ieeral fatal tatl to l discipline dlaofplnt and It will willto willnot m mno
no not b be at al all sUlrlln surprising Ir thl thIs RUllan Russian torC forces forcesevenitmaily
ovetlaly evenitmaily show tht the 1 ill effects llt or the mlnaurla mlnaurlato measures measuresto
to which they the seem lem to have IIe been bMn compelled compelledto tomptll
to resort resortIn resortIn I
tOI In view of all al the three e considerations which whichnro whichAI whichare
are AI very ver serious Atrlol8 and herome InrrefiniiKjIy IIrrIIII so soas soas
1 as fresh trfh troops troopI aro am pieced pleld In n the Ihl field It would
bo b a sanguine eNlnlne estimate that Ihll would ould hencefor henceforward Ilotor Ilotorwld icemewiorwand ¬
ward wld greatly Irrllr advance adnnN the Ih > numbers nlmbr which hllh hieh
Russia Jua can C despatch p per r month Ilth to the th Far Fareast
Et east It I Itisnoteaytoglyeadeiteflgure la I cot easy euJ to t pr rtre a definite debtt figure i iI
II wifv ltH hellqf hitsei4 unn ronnel n4 n4more
f more then 1 MO O0SU iROfl S month fll14 th I iii t iae h llt SISt SISthi
r hi is fM fesditinti 1f o flII U to the h 1f fieldS 555 toW IIIJ ihipa ihipaatHals rnt
nm atHals joined oln Jtil h Ihlf 9055 5115Sf r flO I ins insspat
spat pol t Ir sf1 f io o 6 tir fed I tuMMM 111 sses Inn 4 wll WI M I tnn VIm VImIt an anto
10 It I ImtlStr Jii4lin mur MorioViY Ifosoer lrIO nil 111 lfl thepr hl Mlmwllwi MlmwllwipMiinn CR cs C1 ciiiliIofio ciiiliIofioptraIInhI tf1
pMiinn lbfll eIsolitO b oTiit nsriif iniiltty tl UK IY M ll I > Mllwarr MllwarrMl rji 111 Iwsy
Ml I PInl IM now 0 tuft n in lh She troops Iro f nlioul 1 olt fj 150 > 1 1P dc dcpars I
pars P ffllh II Ih th Ihl Imprisl impend hmmlfafiofit Id llt foil imlnhj 11 IV oh ohis
is wnlioij hl hew trim tlI in it nI I is Ihmnril that Hot All ins ih h Kii IIAI Iiiismliie l lnor
nor 09 ttTfn ° O Orr lftCI ir t I Iftii humus 111111 wit only ° very llll llllbjl 1f Stiflepil t
bjl pil of 0 11111 111 mlltie iluesis JIUMln Ui IIa 11 ran tln nml nl 1111 II f its I its I way Y 1p In lit ills illsFor hj
For oirriyiislanors OlrplIIIlr OlrplIIIlrA oirpujnincrI Rr fast lI lt In Ifs I military fnllM jftilsn 1 In under Indu fxMInt fxMIntoirriyiislanors ul1 ul1OlrplIIIlr esiiin esiiinoirpujnincr
A I IdiMlun nttnr corn of the western Mt ml mlIm tsitIin
Im lIm luIn nilinhera IInht Imr nil II Inltl tol orr 4Isf < lrt Ill l men with lh II IIgunn IIgunn I IaUII i74 i74stifle
stifle aUII lnrlii 10111 ipeltiele l V p of 0 ifs ravnlr Iunlry nsttnlry f division 1101 and andhi ald alda
hi 151 a with w I II II 9717 117 riimnKes I A and d I7MI hofxes hofxesThtabnvp hOla hOlarhIRboY11 ttoteerite
Thtabnvp rhIRboY11 rite above I number 111 rro of of niii 11 I horses horlPAfnrrllrA horlPAfnrrllrAInd 111 cnrrliurs cnrrliursand earth Ire Ireccci
and Ind guns 111 rciiulrn rlllil for or their th r Iriiiioporl lr the theKnst II IIrnrt iheinit
Knst 211 11 Iralfin trll tintS nnr would ooniiiy trllApor Iln he IIC rnllre rnllreml eptireiniIhtflFY Ir IrInlI
rnrt InlI iniIhtflFY ml llary r traffic trlml lenvln IrITII tOlh Ihn I ilts I en InAI east 1111 l biink llhk pf lnkn lnknwest Jnknkn
1151551 kn for or tlirtyeeveri titii it t tr1e rr I first nratIrnln firsttrain
train isrt Ilt Iorow foecos on JUI Jiitie tl I I it Would ouhl rln rlnJukdlo croci crociJiiukclrn
Jiiukclrn Jukdlo IIQUt nqut Jlly July e 101 sintI h he In toris WOII wotlit wotlitlP
hI lP completely cOlrrnlrnlfO cotmtrniratoel Oi on AuI Aug I II Ihlil thus thusnionopoliing
10no01 nionopoliing n hum entire trlm traffic tor or two wo monlil monit5 monit5tutu
Id tutu n hnh bali balirvep
1111 rvep II Ihl the Clrll OttS WCRI 1 Inn nstiie IIJI lrs tnnbil tnnbilstats nlbl
stats thl tan cavnlry division 1 lln excluded xcludl the fOU fOUntnton nit nitnentratlon
nentratlon would tint bs effected before rlr th thnnd the theenti
nnd ntnton at hlly Jt II Ic tll flintier lnt lr J Ivldln evident 1Id tl ililit 10 lit Illh Illhmonoply AIUll AIUllmcnopoly
monoply mcnopoly ot trlnlo trafilo IA 10lbll possible till the circum circumItn circulitstness
Itn stness ot tho tim nrlY ilriii 111 tiring what they nrl ore nnd nndtlul nntithus
tlul thus th the intervention or etn 1 n single hlre 111 room roompiete
pllt piete ald and ruly rtmlly rlolrd mobilired nry army cr corps from frumthl fromthe
thl the west wp 1 presents difficulties dlt7lciiltiei next Jnxt to incur Insiirmountublo incurmountuhIn
mountublo What dlmculta will wi I probably probhy happen h pp will willbe 11 wilbe
be be that thn n oortnln I cc rnln ilain mitnbr of battalions balnloM nnd nndbntUtrles nl ant antbatteries
batteries mttrlM will be despatched Ctlmtchld nUIr with a great lrat flour flourish nourbh flouritli ¬
b wlh
ish of trumpets wi together tnlpther with drafts drr to make nmkothnt Oako Oakooo
41001 oo losses oRlrl tnmItel lnn itnel that thl these wi will b be rnnlld rnnlldlot magnified magnifiedIIItq
lot IIItq compllI complete nm nry con corpa and wi wili nRUI figure a aeh its itssuch
such eh on the Rulln fitissian lists It ma may I rcnlld rcnlldthot ecnlIei ecnlIeithst
thnt tho despatch dlIpnrh of 1111 the til residue rlldul of the thl Toiith Toiithand fiuthand flth flthnnd
and Seventeenth vlnttnth Army Corps each olh of which whichady whichha whichhait
ha hait an Intantr infantry brllndl brigade Cn olrldy already ady nt t the thf front frontthe frontwal frontwas
was promlsld promised for April lrl Ii 11 and I Illody suIzcady n nmonth amonth
month oerdue The arrival at labln liarbin or ortbe ofthe
the residue nAldul of these two army corps co including includingcould Incudlnc Incudlnco includinga
o r reserve enl division at t K07ln ozsn also unl umier Ir orel orders orderscould
could not bo b secured ecurd before btor the end of Sep September Septomber p ptmbr ¬
tember tomberThus
temberThus tmbr Thus while all our attention Is II naturally naturallyriveted naturly naturlyrllttd naturallyriveted
riveted rllttd upon whln the al feats atenton of arms arml at the front frontthe trontthe frontthe
the pulse pula of the campaign clmpabm eal is I best bl felt far In Inthe Inthe inthe
the roar lar of tho contending contndlnr armies nrmlel nnd it Is Iscertainly II iscertainly
certainly crinly a moderate statement to t affirm amrn that thatthe thRtthe thatthe
the situation Iluaton moerae on tho lttment Russian RUIsln side Ilde Is one to tocausa tocuo tocause
cause cuo the gravest anxiety anxloty11ennwhle
Meanwhile 11ennwhle Invest Japan so 10 long ns al she Ihe retains ItolD the thecommand thecommond thecommand
command at s 10 sea a Is I practically praelealyathome practicallyathonie at home at the theseat theIMt theseat
seat IMt of war ar From the rich stores tOIS of her herabundant herabundant herabundant
abundant population she Ihe retains retnlnl tho power pwer of ofcontinuously ofrontnuoully ofConttfluously
continuously rontnuoully populaton placing two or more mor men In the thofield theftld thefield
field ftld for every one that Russia RUla brings hrlnl up upShe upShe upShe
She can evlr regulate her hlr action by that of her herfacility herenemy
enemy and rlulat always ontrlplto anticipata acton It clove Inl Ihe Ihecn she shecan
cn can throw troops Into Manchuria with ratr ratrfacUlty greater greaterfacility
condition conditionThe conditionThe facility greater rratr trop speed sped and in more mor efficient efficientcondition e1lclent e1lclentconditon efficientcondition
conditon conditonThe
The final fnnl success UCCII of Russia Ruala In this th cam campaign clmll campaign ¬
paign ll Is II not therefore thelror as yet Tit within sight sightTHE sightTHE sightTIlE
It Its Relation Relaton to the th Troubles Troublt of the Czar Czarin CrrI CyarIn
in I Ail Asia and at t Home HomeTo 10mto 10mtoTo HomeTo
To vax EDITOR OP 01 THE SDK BUNSr Sir The TheJapanese TheJapanesA TheJapanese
Japanese having havlnr accomplished ccomplshe the Invest Investment investmacnt elt eltment ¬
ment of Port Arthur by land and sea Ita onlook onlookers onlooker ¬
ers er have now nothing else to do but wutch the theprogress theprOlrel theprogress
progress of the struggle strualo and await the he Issue IssueAs Ilsue IlsueAs issueAs
prOlrel As yet e we Wf have only had accounts of the thefighting thenlhtnl thefighting
fighting nlhtnl that took place arouild Klnchau and andthe nndthe andthe
the Nanshan hill hi from tom ono side the other otherhas othcrhu otherhas
has still sti to be heard hoar from When Whlnlt It Is II i we weshall wehal weshall
shall hal probably learn earD that tho Russian Ruallan resist resistance resIstanc resistsf00 ¬
ance anc was wa essentially ecsentaly perfunctory prtuncton the Ueneral UeneralIn
he hemight hemaht homight
In command knowing that however long IonI
might maintain mllntnin It and however great the loss losshe lOls lOlsho losshe
he might Inflict Ihliet on the enemy enem his position positionwas POlton POltonWi
was Wi so po compromised comiomiled from the start Itort that the thequestion thequeston thequestion
question queston of retiring retring was Wa only one of time timeThe tme tmeTbe timeThe
The Russian Ruulln loss 108 as 8 given by the tie Japanese Japanesereports Jap Japanesereports nlAO nlAOrtport
reports Is not large by any Iny means mean what may mayprove maypaTe mayprove
rtport prove of material consequence coneQuenco later on is isIn Isthe isthe
paTe the capture by the Jalanlse Japanese of 10 so mnn ninny 1111 ruute ruutein
In a position posiion where they thty could have hae been beenused bcenusl beenused
used In the future futre defence defenc and which there thereare thlre thlreare thereare
are usl no moans of replacing except by disman dismantling dlsmanUini dismontling ¬
tling the warships warshipsThe warshipsThe lrshlpl
The Til military mlllarY consequences conleQutnces of the lost lostJapanese Ilt IltJlpanfe laitJapanese
Japanese Jlpanfe success SUCCAe were no doubt foreseen foreseenbyUenKouropatklnnnd toreccnbr foreseenbytienKouropatkinnnd
byUenKouropatklnnnd br Oen Kouropatklnaod will wi have hlTO been pro provided proVde protided ¬
vided Vde against aaalnlt It Is the political poltIcal outcome at athome Rthome athome
home that cannot be clearly calculated clculated nor normet normpt normet
met by b the Czars CZrllovernment CZrllovernmentHow Government GovernmentHow tlovernmenthow
How anxious the Emperor Empror himself is II can canbe canbe I Ibe
be gathered 8atherl from the reports of his progress progressthrough progressthrough
through the country the thf reprl other day when prOlrt61 he hewas beWR hewait
was WR inspecting Inepcln and bidding farewell IAIWel to the thotroops thntrops thetroops
troops trops going east elt It I reminded romlrdtd one In II n way wayof wayot wa waof
of the tle public publo acts act and speeches ePtchpe of the French FrenchKing FrpnchKlnJ FrancKing
King Just JU before the revolution rovoluton There Thtr was wasevidently WReevidenty wasevidently
evidently the same lme desire delire to placate placte the themasses themlN themasse
evidenty and nd render himself personally ¬
masses mlN rtnder pronal popu popular popular popubr
lar On the other hand there theT was WI no slim slimof algnot signor
of sympathy aYpath with either eltler the Czar or with wih the thepeople thepople thepeople
people on the wih part of the bureaucracy bureaucracyFortunately burnucr bureaucracyFortunately c cFortunalel
pople Fortunately lar for the Czar CzarJ there thlre Is no nonn nonntonal na nae ontional
tonal tional assembly embly WhOIA whose Ipaoer leaders mllht might Itam Itamte stam stampede
pede e the masses m8osln In a mad mnr rush rlh to sweep every everything wlry
thing te away and the censorship cllorhlp of the press pressenables prcl pressenables
enables enabe a curb to be put on those tbO who might mightbe mhrhtbe mightbe
be Inclined to play the part of tho French Frenchrevolutionary Frlneh Frlnehrevolutonary Frenchrevolutionary
revolutionary Inclne leaders Itadfr Then Jor In tIme ho lust lustplace hUt hUtplac lastplace
place plac revolutonary there ther Is the Intense Intenle Ruwlanlsm Rullanlln that thatanimates thntanlmatel thataniynates
animates anlmatel the noble and the mtijlk alike nlk and andwill andwill
will 1 keep kCP them together until unti tho outsldo outsldodanger outsldodln outsidedanger
danger dln er Is I past pastTne PtThe pastThe
The Government meanwhile mfanwhlt Is showing showingslcna showingsigns howlngRhme
signs of giving rlvln a I new orientation orlntaton to Its far farAsian tnrAsian farAsian
Asian policy and one on that would probably prohlbly
have havl been Ilcy adopted aQoPt but for the ascendency ascendencyof nlndenc nlndencof
of the timber tmber and gold rold mine speculators In Inthe Inthe inthe
the Czars CzarI entourage entourai The Thl report rtPor thnt the theRussian theRUlian theRussian
Russian RUlian Government OOVrnment 1 II is making maklnl proposals proposalsto proposnlsto
to the Chinese to restore rcstor Manchuria to Chinese Chineseauthority Chlnpoauthorlt Chineseauthority
authority In return for concessions In Kuldjn Kuldjnand KuldJnand Ruldjaand
and for n railway thnt would brine hrlnl Irkutsk Irkutskand Jrkutlk Jrkutlkand Irkutekand
and Pekln Ipkln In raiway direct dlrle communication communIcaton Is Indica Indicative Indlcntve indientive ¬
tive of this change chnnle If 1 It can be arranged arrangedIt
tve It will i bring brlDl Russia RUIIn and China Chin together tOlpther nrralrr for n nyet 1 atime
time In oPP0lton opposition to Jopan Japan anl and htr her bncker backers backersvet
yet opt leave them without wl hou the txcua excuse that a athir athird
third thir party has Joined their thtlr theiropponent opponent In the thewar thewar thewar
war for PRry the retrocession rttroCIslon of Manchuria to toChina toChina toChine
China could not be construed cOlltruP as A a cn COAIS casus us orft orftagainst bl beIl beIlagainst
against either plthlr and Japan npnn would ould have no nofurther noturthlr nofurther
further turthlr reason for continuing conlnulnc the war warWith worWIth warSith
With China Interposed as l a screen Irptn between betweenherself b lrteenherself tpen tpenhelelt
herself helelt and Japan Russia would ould then have havetlmo hnontme havetime
time tme to work out her plans planl In II other parts pnrll of ofAsia otNEW ofAsia
Asia F FNEW FNow
NEW YORK May 30 30Caele 30Unce 30Vncle
Caele Unce Sam Danker for Soldiers SoldiersFrom lodll lodllFrom SoldiersFrom
From fat nmnmpfon 1aInqon Foil FoilTour Po PoYour PostTour
Tour Uncle Samuel mue Is becoming beomlnr quite quie a banker bankerfor bankerfor bankerfor
for the American soldiers loldle For or the year ended endedJune endedJunos endedJune
June Junos SO 1903 113 there ther was deposited by soldiers soldiersllsMOH oldlers18OI
llsMOH 18OI and nd U 115 Is understood uod Ttooc that the amount for forthe fortie forthe
the tie fiscal Asca year ur which whih will I end the last 111 of the coming comingJune comlnl comingJune
June will wi be b much larger IIfe The enlisted enllled men of the theUnited IheUnied theUnited
United Unied States are ae allowed alowed to leave their Ihel money mane In Inthe Intbe inthe
the hands hAds of paymasters paymales taking a certificate cettfcale for It Itand I itand
and the th Government pays the he men Interest Inlers at the therate Iherale therate
rate of 4 per pr cent a year yearMsnr ra yearMiny
Msnr soldiers largely Increase their earnings
by b leaving their tber money mone on deposit depo ss long as A poul poulble p5I p5Iblf poucihis
his and It I 1s I really relly a very good savings Alnr bank ball for forthem forthem forthem
them The ear before the he Spanish the
year beore palh war WI amount amountdeposited amountdepsied amountdeposited
deposited depsied was WA less les than Iba onethird one Ihlrd of that deposited depositedIn depoled
In 1903 103 The enlisted eolsled strength slrnrtb of the army ar has ha been beenIncreased beenIncrAed beenincreased
Increased IncrAed since alnc then thennd ben > tand nd Is I now 10W about double what whatIt whatwu
It was before blor the Spanish Ipanlh war WI but the amount left lefton lenon lefton
on deposit depoiia Is three Ibre times tme as A great Ceat aa a It was when the thesrmy thearmy ihearmy
army was WA smaller Imaler Possibly service anlce In the Orient Orientand Orent Orentand Orientand
and the establishment Iablshment of large lare posts psts have been beenconducive bn bneonduche beenconducive
conducive to saving 1lnr on the h part par of troops IrOps At all allevents al alleveals
events evnt officers omeer of the War Wa Department nparmen look lok upon uponthe upn upnthe uponthe
the Increase Icrae as A being lor an Indication Indlcalon of thriftIness thrlftlnexsupon IhrUlnel thriftInessupon
the part of the American soldiers On
upon upn par aldlenOn set several seterat v veal ¬
eral eal occasions oalons attempts atfmpt have been ben made In Con Congress Conlr congrass ¬
grass lr to allow alow officers omeer of the th army the same privi privilege pnIlere privilegs ¬
legs of leaving leavlnl their money nn deposit depsi but such i ibill a abi abill
bill bi has ba been ben defeated every ever time timeTh tme tmeT timeTb
Th T 114dl Middle Name In II Philadelphia Philadelphiafrom Phladephl PhladephlFrm
from Frm Iht th Philadelphia Podla Record HtcoritPhiladelphia Irord IrordPhiadelphI RecordPbiladelphts
Philadelphia PhiadelphI seems a ma to be b a city dt of middle names namessaid Dem Demad namessaid
said ad the cosmopolitan toamoplia If I n man has a middle middlename middlename I Inmf
name nmf and most Phlladelphlans Phladflphlans have at least lesl one onehe onehe onehe
he often Insists Inlats upon upn having It I spelled pelc out In full fullA ful tuilA
A mere mer Initial wont won do at all 1 Just glance rlace over the thesociety IbeIlet timeLociety
society Ilet columns olumn of the newspapers nespapel and ad you ou will 11 see seeFor AeeFor seeFor
For my part art I dont daD lte see re just uSI where wbte there Is I any anymore an anmore anymore
more dignity dlrnly In John Brown Drwn Smith Smih than In John JohnR JohnSmith
R Smith but bu the average avrare PhIladelphian PhiadelphIA seems sems to tothink 10Iblnk tothink
think there therl Is II I h hare ve frequently fluenty been be Impressed Impressedby Impre d dby
by the published pUblsbed report reJrL of weddings In which whltb the thenames IheIme theeSmes
names Ime are ae Invariably Innrabl elongated elonrtt at much as pos possible ps psIlble peaatbie ¬
sible Now Nowin In New Neworl sewyork York It a man happens to have havea
a middle name he doesnt flaunt It t on every tVtr possi possible po5 possible ¬
ble occasion I have just us been reading about the theplans Ibep1an theplans
plans p1an for the coming wedding ot Miss Ila Clsle lsle Whelen Whelenand Whded helen helenand
and d Robert Robcr Goelet Gelel of New ew York and d I was Im Impressed 1mpr1 impressed ¬
pr1 pressed by the fact lal that the th published publhe reports repr do donot donot donot
not credit ellt Ur r Goelet GelU with wlh even a middle Inlllal Inlllaland Inlla inilialand
and the same applies applut appliesto to even ter one of his hi six Ilx ushers ushersAnd uhersd ushersAnd
And d yet fe they Ihe are ae all al prominent society Iclelf men menEnglands menErlaad menEgiands
Englands Erlaad Only Woman Womal Gravedigger Orndl r Dead DeadFrom Ded DedFrm DeadFrom
From Frm the fl London Dattv DOl Malt MaltDy tIaUfly ol
Dy the death of Mrs t Elizabeth 11abelh Geese Oeae at a Lewrs LewrsEngland los losErlad lewrsEngland
England Erlad loses laea Its I a only 011 woman gravcdlgger rru dlner On Onthe Onth Onthe
the th dralh talh of her husband In 1871 t8T she he was L appointed appointedto pplnld pplnldto
to carry tal on his hi dulles at the Lewes Lwe3 Cemetery Cmetef She Shewas Sbeu Shewas
was u 79 years ear of age ageAdmiral aredmIrl ageAdmiral
Admiral dmIrl flkrrdloVs 8110 Jewish lb wife wiferun Wie WieJr WifeFrom
Jr From run IM rI Amtrican mrrn lirartltt laatU of May Jo 27 27YlceAdmlral 2 271ceAdmirs1
YlceAdmlral 1ceAdmlra Skrydlad Srdor U I married mrl d to a Jewess Jewessof Jnea
of Odessa Od nn nf at Eppsleln EppslelnThe Eppel Eppelbomlalou EppsieiaTb
The Tb Unomlnloss bomlalou Retreat Retret ef t tin r Hibbard HibbardOld nbbad nbbadOld
Old Mother olber Hubbard ubban went ea to the cupboard cupbard lo get re reher
her poor pr doggie a bone boneDegobs bne bnelrob bonetiegoba
Degobs lrob remarked rmare the cook cl the ih list la lady Ol Olwurrked 01wrl CMwurrked
wurrked wrl fer nicer came tme la the kitchen kten an If I yea > ex
dont dn I clear out OtU OU lave laveHerein layeHero laveHereIn
Herein Hero we ae l the true re reason rtln why bV the Ue poor Ir dog dogit dn doggti
it gti got e Mae D
PutMDRfpHM rJlo PSffIA1iPIfPilIAMy IIHIA M r f OT ITrttlh 1S0Thrdtlh Thrmirh It ItIwl hlo liii liiilegal
legal eoiinsei ot1 nin cl Hut lu his rfwlrrr tlfr of n urn defunct defunctand iicfiirutSlid 1tUIC1
Ilul Slid and tnnlmlnrntM rMlndnrntl A AI Acphslf phll bl Crim Imln1 > nny lino linoniwl In Innlfiltl linsfiled
filed nlfiltl milt for thl the ha rcrov tennver7 rv 7 of o money mon iU alleged allegedto gn gnid III IIItel
id tel hays Iwti Ilf Illegally 1111 ntCul nofUlrd by t the Ihl pro promotor Nofnll1 rn rnfooters
motor fnll1 of 01110 the original rllhl nrftAtilMtllnn orI1lon Among Amnriglho AmongShoes nl
lho thOlnfolvfl Shoes Involved or probnlily prolI In Im 11 Involved InvolvedU JIolvll JIolvllI
U I Ion ln Kruno Iwll Vlnlon Onvno OnvnoTho irrcnnrIte C
rIte fh history hltrry of till tills concern was given In Inllm inlie
llm lie column of Tim Hun last full Irlnr in inIlifl inhis
his nrffnnlxnllon of thin Anplmlt inset I ion ionOrfnnn innhenna
Orfnnn nnd and his iwsotilnlr worn fits pew pewprlclor Im Imirietesrit
prlclor of the llarlwr Asplmlt onipnny onipnnyIn
In them uprlfift rlng of IM iSDO > 0 limy took llm iii mm mmhlopN initial initialsteps
steps In a schema by which they piinvrxml piinvrxmlnn uilnosqIan
nn abflolutfi control of Dm rntlro osptmlt osptmltIntonwt cispiutitinteract
interact Tlmy taught the business nf nftheir oftheir
their mom Important competitors nnd nndloUr nnuilatr
loUr on took up a oonsldnrnliln number of ofsmaller t tsmaller
smaller companion doing business In differ differrnt titiTerfit
rnt fit parts of tho hits country countryTlio countryThin
Thin records show that thcwi vnrlmu vnrlmucompnnliH variotisConiPaflIts
compnnliH worn taught by thomi Iritnrrsinl IritnrrsinlIn
In limo Harbor Asphalt Company and turned turnedovur tuurntslover
over to UM nowly organized Asphalt Com Company etm etmlny ¬
pany of America of which the slime propk propkwera lwoitbwere
were tho principal owners nt mnUrliil ad advances atiYanceti ¬
vances on the purchatto prlow Tin T1i total totaladvance tttftladvance
advance In alleged tonpprolmnto4iiioouo tonpprolmnto4iiioouodivided to apitroxitnatin 1tsutt 1tsuttdivided
divided among them gentlemen in proper propertlqn ltrlortiQn
tlqn to their holdings Tim wilo of homl homland ltotttlaitd
and stock In the now company nt pruix pruixfar pruoefor
far beyond their possible value put K gooi gooimoney O Omoney <
money Into the tliepockets pockets of thin projoclnrx of ofthe ofthe
the enterprise Tho present suit In i for re recovery inovery ¬
covery of tho whole or Honn part of thij thijprofit thi thiprofit
profit realized by the transaction transactionTho transactionsThe
The foint upon which the matter lui luiIn iutmn4 iutmn4ii
In ii the legal right of individuals to act In it itdual adual
dual capacity in insuch such negotiations negotiationswlinthnr negotiationswlinthnra whether whethera
a man or a group of men as Individuals or oras oras
as an organization organization can ca buy 1Mm proporti nt ntono ntone
ono price and sell those properties t to thorn thornB titomselves
B selves lve as Individuals or as another organi organization organizatlon ¬
zation at an advanced price rite titles titlestion ineotlon
tlon la somewhat Involved and it may Ixi Ixiassumed hons8umed
assumed that financiers of such standing BtandlnRas
as as thet these e gentlemen wore ably advised by bylegal bylegal
legal counsel counselIf
If It can bo shown that they acted In n npurely apurely
purely personal capacity it may l he > o held heldthat heldthat
that they had full right lo do what they
would with that which was their own to tovalue tovalue
value their properties in transfer nnd on ontheir ontheir
their books at any sum which pleaded pleadedthem pleaedthem
them But tim Barber Company mid hun thoAsphalt hunAsphalt
Asphalt Company were legally incorpor incorporated incorporated ¬
ated If it be shown that their positions positionswere positionswere
were those of promoters organizers and andtrustees andtrustees
trustees of these incorporate companies companiesthe
the status is changed and they may lw lwheld 1stheld
held amenable to the laws covering such suchcoses suchcases
cases cosesAmong casesAmong
Among the items which figure in these theoetrarmactions thesetransactions
transactions there stands a note for IH3
800 given by Gen Greene This falls due dueon dueon
on May 31 and Is likely to appear In the theproceedings theproceedings
proceedings The Asphalt companies are aredead aredead
dead but butthoirevil their evil lives after them themGAMBLIXt thornG4MlJLIG
GAMBLIXt 1 IN NED YORK YORKDecoration lOIKDecorstion
Decoration Day Reflection on the Specu Speculative SpeeUlathe ¬
lathe Citizen and the t Last LastTo w wTo
To THE Eniroit or THE Bex St eSir Sin Ian Ianyear Isetyear
year In New York more than 3 3600 oo arrests arrestswere turresuswere
were made In gambling cases Including Includingpoolrooms inciudingpooirooms
poolrooms card Ramos policy shops hand handbooks handbooks ¬
books nnd slot machines In 1002 there were were3oM
3oM of such arrests exclusive of those per persons persoils ¬
sons arrested In poolroom or gambling house houfi1raids houseraids
raids a form of primitive law enforcement enforcementwhich enforcementwhich
which furnishes more diversion to a New XewYork NewYork
York crowd and more grist to the mill of cents somnof centsof
of tim enforcers than It gives respect for law lawor lawor
or adds to the popular determination of th thgreat the thegreat
great body of citizens to Insist upon Its en enforcement enforcentont ¬
forcement The number of actual con convictions convictions ¬
victions for gambling In New York has hasalways hasalways
always been leu less than onethird of the num number nuimber ¬
ber of arrest and from the recent discharge dischargeby
by Police Magistrates almost without a ahearing ahearing
hearing of many of those arrested In the therecent therecent
recent poolroom raids there Is every indies Indication indieslion ¬
lion that the proportion of ultimate convic convictions contictionc ¬
tions to the whole number of arrests will not notbo antbe
bo appreciably larger In 1M4 than In previous previousyears previousyears
years If so large largeThe largeThe
The desire to speculate for the sake of ofspeculation orspeculation
speculation In any of the forms prohibited prohibitedby
by I law attains In some American communi communities commumnities ¬
ties the Importance of almost a national char characteristic characteristic ¬
acteristic New York with Its considerable considerableInfusion considerahiinfusion
Infusion of Western newcomers and Its lnre lnrepopulation lsrcpopulation
population from European countries In which whlililotteries whichlotterice
lotteries and gambling exist not only under underUorernment tindertioversiment
Uorernment protection but actually under undergovernmental undrgovernmental
governmental partnership tends to con constantly constnntly ¬
stantly enlarge the vast nrmy of thqe these who whowaiter wit witwager
waiter end tumble This Is especially Ire trmof Ireof
of the East Hide but gambling there lf is < car carried nrned ¬
ned on through games end devices so nenrl nenrlwithin neariwithin
within the law that raids possible n enlist enlistthe gaiitttime
the cruder forms of play arc rare rareIn mireIn
In the battle against gambling In Vv VvYork N NYork
York the police are engaging an enemy tin1 tin1powers iii iiipowers
powers of or whose resistance Increase tiny nnyday it itday >
day by ho the extension of n speculative spirIt nplrHof spirItof
of which If the whole truth must he ml mlmltted iiinutted
mltted police officials themselves nr < vic victims vi vitints ¬
tints With 5th the stamping out of oucli tteim form formof forteof
of criminal gambling as green good goodtold l lgold
gold bricks brace games nnd polle pollechance poIicslips
slips the otfier and perhaps less obJection obJectionable
able kinds of games of chnnesreal cam of ofchancehave
chance chancehave have flourished amazingly ii iiNEW
NEW Yons May Ma 30 30Hroirn soJiresria
Hroirn Eg Eggs and White WhiteFrom tthiteFrosu
From t tfle > if Lance LancHIt LanceIt
It Is a curious fallacy that the brown colorrl colorrletc calorelegg
etc Is necessarily superior lo It the ordinary white whiteegg whiteegg
egg a belief which has led lo the practice of irl artiflclaliy irlnclally
nclally coloring the latter In imitation of the form formIt formeIt
It Is doubtful whether the color ot the shell hri hriany bests bestsany
any relationship to the nourishing quality of iv
egg who rear poultry know It l is me mean niece niecean
an Indlcitlon of the strain of the laying bird suv suva SI SIa
a preference Is very commonly conlmonlyshown shown for ihr brown brownor browor
or coffee colored egg the color li Mtrscllvr an anled and andled
led by the eye the choice Is very generally mat matIn matin
In favor of what Is regarded as the richer and andperlor S Sperior
perlor article The practice of deception d cepttort l lencouraged is isencouraged <
encouraged The shell of the white egg l is Mcin l lIn
In the simplest possible way perhaps by lmmer imntert imntertin vi viIn
In a decoction of coffee berries or by mrans or 0 0aniline i ianiline
aniline dye This resource may satisfy the rv rvbut rye ryebut
but after all there Is probably not th slliht sllihtdifference sllrhtedifTerenee
difference from the nutritive point of vlp visn hctwfi hctwfithe teioee1the
the naturally brown colored egg and I tIme he white OIK OIKThere on onThere
There Is most probably however nn Imports Importsdietetic iniportmrdietelic
dietetic difference between two eggs Ihr ib yolk yolkone > I Ione
one of which Is t very pile yellow color and lust thstthe lustthe
the other a rich almost reddish color It It a n ntorlous fltorious
torlous fact that the countryprodJced rat msy msyUfcuMy muutui
UfcuMy utui be pinned under the latter rtevrlitlni rtevrlitlniwhile dewrlltiOswhile
while the egg produced hy the hen who Is i under an anunhealthy n nunhealthy
unhealthy and limited environment hows An Ananmnlc n nanemic
anemic color generally a very P pale le yellow Th Thegg The Theeggs <
egg of wild birds birdsas as for example the plover plovershow plovershow
show a yolk of a rich reddish color colorThe colorThe
The suhtlanre which eontrlhuies C color w t1 t1yolk ttC ttCyolk
yolk of the egg l ts < Iranjust as It Is Iron whfh whfhgives tcblhglues
gives color to the blood and there seems to hf llti lltidoubt llILdoubt
doubt that the Iron compound In the yolk ol lime etc etcIs errls
Is of n similar nature to that of the blood It i ieasily It IteasIly
easily asMmllated and eggs art regarded as s s suit suitable stIltable
able food for the anamlc person as they present a aconrent ftconrentrated
conrent conrentrated rated and generally easily digested form formof IoTatof
of nutriment rich In Iron The Iron romp1 romintmnd c cthe Of Ofthe
the egg has In facl been termed a hirmalngrn hirmalngrnbecause hwmaingrttbrSuite
because It Is probable that from It the Mwd nf the litechick thechick
chick Is derived The amount of Iron In the yoii yoiiof o oof
of an egg would appear to Increase wlh the Intensity Intensityof
of Us color end there ran be lithe doubt thai the themaximum ubeinslinium
maximum Is reached In the rtehly rolorM yolk of ofthe ofthe
the egg produced by a fowl existing rzlntin In healthY tialtbysurroundings healthYsurroundings
surroundings for then Us processes of nutrition nutritionwould itutritionwould
would be working under very favomhlc condition conditionAs
As an article of diet therefore the erg should be beJudged beJudged
Judged not by the color of Its itasheil shell but of Ibejolt Ibejoltwhich Ito yoik yoikwhich
which should be of a rich reddish rather than of a apale Apale
pale yellow color colorWhere colorWhere
Where He Made 210 nil Start StartFmm StartFrom
From ttte Philadelphia 1utllc Ifdttr IfdttrA 1rdeeA
A squire In a certain town had Just finished finishedmarrying itnithedmarrying
marrying a young couple and proceeded In Inpaternal a apaternil
paternal way to give them good solid advice advlrrTurning adviceTurning
Turning to the bridegroom he said sabiNever
Never spend your money extravagantly and andbe 5fl 5flbe
be saving In every way possible possibleThe possibleThe
The bridegroom listened respectfully and nd Ibm Ibmremarked ibm ibmremarked
remarked remarkedWell remarkedVeil
Well Judge we might M well begin on you youand youand
and he proceeded to give the squire M cents W Wlying incmying
lying the knot
A Train Homanee HomaneeFirst itomsncFirst
First Car CarSo So sne went and got coupled to the theamoker theamok2
amoker amokerSecond amok2Reeod
Second CarVes she thought ibaes m mblat
Urn > ou bu know il

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