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Ifo o one to our knowlodRO knowlolo has hls made madeidy mitIPhUidy a aplCjdy
plCjdy PhUidy lo idy of the tepubto publlo uttornncon utnmncO of tli tli5bn tho thoI
1 I 5bn n CIIAIILBB C ARLEI W FAIRBANKS with withnrile wit withr a aI
r I ° nrile eew jjiaw to o aec acorthlntng cort raln lnlnK hL hi opinions on tf tfgreat tho thoanJrt th thgreAt
anJrt great questions QUCtonl His Hi colleague cologuo Sonnti SonntiIII Senntoraton ScnntotIon
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they 1 b c cai contradicted cntrlco BBVKRIBOB DBVRtOR la Mr FAn FAnfortltlc FAIIfortlflctt FAI FAItorlOc
torlOc fortlflctt ca JUNKS BAKS 3LNXSalaOfl also ao n mystery my tery He la I a reprwientc reprwientcIttabcll reprent reprcentoit
It it Ittabcll wO IsbeU M I a a man mn wltou without an opinion It I soon soonworld oomWOdI
world o worth whUo to look lok Into Int the to matter matterH Ittr IttrHe matterBegS
H He BegS yd wor The Republican RepubUc candidate cndldat for Vlw VlwUnited Vieft
the To ot tho thor th thIIi
t tf11V Plden PrIdent hs has been a Sentor Senator
IIi United Unit States Btt elnce March Mlrch 4 1807 thn thnla that thatf thaiP
iP f la to t say 8Y for o little lte moro than thln sove soveyean 8even 8evenYM
r 1 yean YM Ei Hla Hi first frt speech spch was WIS on the quw quwtlon que queton quesI
I tlon of recognizing rglzing the belligerency belgeroncy cthe c ot otthe othe
the ton Cuban Cb Insurgent We find fnd tha thaMr tht thtMr thaMr
corn aomvery 80meI cornI
Mr FAIRBANKS FARBNKS then expressed expree
I very ver positive pitve opinions For example exampleSir eXmple eXmplesr
I Sir sr I bold bld to 1 the opinion oplnoa that Il aU U war Is 1 IsbsiouA bat batbaroaa bat batbOI
baroaa bOI I am a m i alfliI rl rI ° i war ctvtlUed cl11d or onclvllttec onclvllttecexcept ancvld ancvldn neIv1Itzedexcept
n except pt I 9 be necessary ICu to t redeem people pple from fm op oppnulon opreaEoo
pnulon reaEoo or b N for national Itonal defence detenc or to sustal sustalUra aulall aulallt luatallbe
Ura t PO be national lall honor baor la the u protection prIOI of America Americadtitenahlp Aar Aart mrioaI
t I dtitenahlp eUhp eUhpt cttlzenahtpI
t I 1 would 11 prefer Pt a policy pUe wore J certain Nn mor mordirect aO aOL DOrI
I direct Lei L IIuacoxcoutQthbOPeflafldbfO IIuacoxcoutQthbOPeflafldbfOI u uj coat 001 out lau II > the open ope and Ad be fo fowar tor torwa
I war wa or agalnat aa It If I a treat rr TII moral morA OTA1 retpontbUlt retpontbUltrest rn bUI bUIri
rest ri upon Up u u us a 1 I believe It I does do let 1 ua u dliKbrg dliKbrgIt dlbrce dlbrceI
It I t falrtr fry Wit and ad sparely Ilar qlJre7 Sir Si 1 would wnl forthwith frwlb ten teniltribe tC tCeU te tet
t iltribe eU b good ro office OICN of o thl bl < Government Onme to t the tb Spaa Spaalah Sp Spl SpiaI
I l lah Cabinet Cble to 1 the end that war r eeaae o And Ad fur furtier t furK
K f tier Ie I would ould open op op n amlcabli alcab negotiations Deroliloa to aecur acunI aecurthe Ml
I I the le Independent Ideplde of Cuba Caba which hoh under uder the provl provlfence prv prve proviI
I fence e of the b Almlfhty Arbl Is I It Iu manifest mllen destiny deII deattnythe 1 1tbeae It ItI
tbeae I the peaceful paf and nd honorable baorabl methods metb0s fall and ad th thj tbe tbeAou thii <
j war ar ahould Aou continue coa UI I would wud hare hn no besltanc besltanca bIAcy bIAcyla
S to la a reaohlac out Oi the I mtrhty arm ar of 0 this bl Gorcmmen oovemmeatiad Gorcmmenand Gnreal Gnrealue
and ue aaylnc r This war Wi a ahall ahU ceaM ceaMI ceaMI ceu ceuI
I yield reld le1d to BO 10 Senator SeOlr I yield rld ytel to t no o Jlepublleai Jlepublleaita Repubttearm1ittithment pabUea pabUeaI
ta I my I m1ittithment attachment tabment to t the doctrines doclrllf doetrtataoftbe of tha Republlcai Republlcaiparty flepubIeaprt plblral plblralpy
party py prt I believe bUelbat that when b the platform plator was w adopt adopted adoplcd adoptad
ed at a St at Louis Lli U I was a covenant coveal to be executed executedlionutly neculedJoIU ezecutedoneat17
lionutly JoIU fearlessly fere faithfully tlbfay and ad I am here ber Mr MrPresident MrPresident r rPrsdenl
President Prsdenl to t execute utll II I to t the l best of my m bumble humbliabnity bumbleaIy bumbhsbmty
abnity sbmtyWe abnityWe aIy aIyWe
We take te this thl speech spch speechby by Mr FAiBBA F FATnnAw1as lnBA > n na s saa
a aa as an Illustration iutrton of his hi habite habit of thought thoughtand thoughta thoughtand
and a direct dir methods metho of expression exprlon We Wechoose WeeOe Wec3ooce
choose eOe c3ooce this ti particular priclr speech pec as a a specne spec specmea sped spedme
< mea me ne for these te thea reasons rons
1 This T waa his hi maiden miden speech speh In Con ConIrrcea Cona ConITeas
Irrcea and a it b i on the occasion occsion of a first firstappearance frt frtapprc flrtappearance
appearance apprc that tt an a orator or tor is i most mot likely likelyto lkely lkelyt
to t trim tr or hesitate heitte or wabble if ho incongenltally in iscngeitly hicongenitally
cngeitly congenitally and habitually hbitualy a trimmer trimmeri timer timerawabbler trimmerM
M i a wabbler or a moral morl stutterer stuttererKo stuttrer stuttererftfi
ftfi Ko 2 The Te speech sph concerned cncere a 1 crucial crucialf crcal crcalP crucialrJ
rJ f P question qeton of national natonal policy polcy obtruded obtrde a ayear 1 1yer aU
U year yer before btore it actually actualy went to the arbi arbitrament arbitent arbitrament ¬
trament tent of war and historical hitorcl events eventseince eentslno everita1f
1f sInce slno the te expression expreion of these thee opinions opinionstherefore opiion opinionstherefore
therefore tertore afford afor a ready rey test tet of SenatorI Senator SenatorFlIBBAKKSs Sentor SentorFANS
I FlIBBAKKSs FANS prescience precienc his hi good goo sense senseand sene senead sensea1
a1 and ad bin hl ptroto patriotic courage courge
3 It contained containe a manly appeal appl to tothose totOe tor
r those tOe Republicans Rpublcns in I the Senate Sent who whos whoheld whoheld
s held different dierent opinions opiione of duty and andpolicy andple andpelicy
policy ple regarding rgaing Cuba Cb to stand stnd by the theSt tho8t theSt
St Louis Lui platform pltform and redeem reeem its it pledges pledgeshonestly pJoge pied gee geehonestly
honestly fearlessly faithfully faithfullyDo
< honety rerlely faithfuly faithfulyDo
Do the te passages psge which we have hvo quoted quotedabove Quot quotedabovo
I above abv read r like lke the utterances uttrncc of a weak weakling wek wekln weakflag ¬
ling ln Do they tey betray btry a burrowing burrowingMachiavellian burwig burwigMhveli burrowingMachiavellian
evasive and andcolorless andcoIorla
Machiavellian Mhveli sophistical sophticl or evalve ad adcolore
colorless colore sort sor of mind mi Not 1ot a bit of itl itiMr itlMr It
Mr Af FAIBBAKESS FB SS wora words on thin thi groat groatsubject grt grtsubjet groatsubject
subject subjet went straight stight and rang rng clear clearThey cer cerTey clearThey
They Tey are ar words WOr8 that tht TDKODORB TUJODORB ROOSE ROOSETBMf ROSE ROSEhmlf RoosnYJLT
TBMf himself hmlf might Ight be b proud prud to have havespoken hv hvapke havespoken
spoken at that tht time timeTetanus timeTetanus
apke tme tmeTetau
Tetanus Tetau and the Fourth FourthIf Fourh FourhLt FourthLest
If Last Lt year yer as 8 the result reult of the celebrafon celebra celebration elebraH ¬
tion H fon not of the Fourth Fourh of July In this ti country country40G cuntr
t 40G young yog persons prons died die of ottUU oftetanus tetanus This Thisnumber Ti Thisnumber
number nubr probably does doe not represent representquite repreent repreentquit repreecntr
r quite quit all al the cases ce since 81no some of them themvjfere themere thornwere
vjfere were ere not publicly publcy reported rporo Of o all al the thet thec
c t cases c caa of tetanus tetu which whic occurred occrre last IIt year yearafter yearatr yeart
t after atr fireworks frework injuries injure only seven re recver reoovered
4 covered cver It I is I evident evdent therefore that thatthere tbatter thatt
t there ter la I no treatment tratent which can cn n be de depended do dopended ¬
pended pede on to t do tetanus tetaU patients pate ts any anyj anyo anygood
j good o As I a matter of fact as a has been beenpointed beenpite beenpointed
pointed pite out the first frt manifestations manifestationsof maiCetatons maiCetatonso
J of o tetanus tu do not represent repreent the begin beginning beginnig beginning ¬
ning nig of the te disease dee but are an a indication indicationof Indicaton Indicatonor
of the t beginning bginig of death from the din dtaease di dinsue
ease e Thtxpolson Tpolon has affectod atee the ner neryoua nerOU ncrS1
S1 youa OU syjstem aystem and ad the jaw tind nd neckdei neck neck mus muscles mUl mUlcle ¬
cles cle become bcme stiff stif and ad other muscles musclesfollow mUcl mUclfolow musclesr
r follow folow in I the order of the closeness cloenes of oftheir orteir oftheir
their teir relations raton to the te central centrl nervous nervousy nervousteti
1 y TIteTnAzntil tem teti > until death closes c08C the Baddest Baddestof faddet faddetoteoe
a of oteoe otsoenee scenes a physician physica has ha to witness witnessIt witcs witcsI
It I seems sem therefore terCor that the only onlyhope onlyhop onlyhope
hope hop of preventing prvcntnl an equal sacrifice sacrificeof lcrifce lcrifceot
of young yong lives IvM this year Lr is if potwible potwibleto pOlble pOlbleto
to lewen le the amount of tetanus occurring occurringttfter occuring occuringL occurringi
i ttfter L Latter dtr wounds wouds Inflicted Infct 1 by fireworks fireworkst frworks frworksr
t r I This T idea would not scorn scm to bo entirely entirelyUtopian entrel entrelUtopin entirelyUtopian
Utopian Utopin Seveneighths of the wounds woundswhich woun woundutp R Rblc
p which blc developed develop tetanus tetnu8 iactyear last lt year c1 r wcro wcroInflicted weroIOlc wcroinflicted
Inflicted IOlc by blank blnk cartridges crrid c Moat Mot of ofthe crthe ofI
I the remainder rmder wore w r duo to giant int fire flrocrackers fre frecokel fireemckena
crackers cokel Parents Prnt then who are anxious anxiousto alxioUR alxioURto
to have hve their children chidrn avoid the te dangers dangersbf dlnger
bf tetanus should make it point to
tu fhould Ike a pit see seethat 8eetht seethat
that these two forms tor of fireworks are arenot areI
tht te frework ar
not lt allowed aowe them tem From Fm the wound woundaInflicted woundsS a anfe
I S Inflicted nfe by other fireworks freworkRmn freworkRmnNUedlply fireworksRoman fireworksRomanandle Roman Romansandleadisplay
sandleadisplay andle NUedlply display pieces piec of various varou kinds kindstorpedoes kld8 kld8toro kindstorpedoes
torpedoes toro paper ppr caps cp and small sml fire firei Or firea
I a i crackers Clc no tetanus ttnu cases cc resulted resultedThe rut resultedr
r The T next net and most mot Important iprt pro prophylaotlo Ir proI
I phylaotlo phyl0 measure meur is i the careful cu treat treatmeat tt ttme
1 meat me of the te wounds ouds due to t froru froruI fireworksS fireworks fireworksThe
S The I Th tetanus ttu bacillus bcius is I very er common commonoh comon comonon commonen
oh en the to streets att of large lre cities cti It I is i sure aur sureto uroto
to t be b on the te hands bnd of persona prone who have havebeen havebeenengaged 11e 11eb
been b beenengaged engaged engg for forsornotimein some me time ml in I celebrating celebratingibe clebmtlg clebmtlge
ibe Fourth of the An
e Four July on street trt Any Anyround Anys
10 s round then thil tb k likely lkely to t be b contaminated ott
by lh the tvtanu tu2u au badllui bclu Thta Tt baclllu bacllluhowever b ba lU lliu lliuhowever
1
however how ver will 11 not grow In contact oontot wi witho Uh Uhthe ii iithe
the nlr nIl dr Deep Deo wound such lueb n I as tlio tliotluo tIm tImiltie
tluo to n 1 nail nnl or tho tine lnN of n I hAY foi foior tork torkor foior
cuo or rnke gIve I opportunity opprlnly for tho rototlon roto rotontlon retoltinn
tlon of the ho bflcllluH bolul loop d p In tho thiau thiauout 111M 111M01t MII MIInut <
nut 01t of rontAPt with llh the ho nlr Uml Umltlico Undor Undorhc tlndithese
these hc o clrmimflfinoen It I grown row tuxiit tuxiitoiuly IUllrl IUllrlolily lustiroiisly
croumtneN
oiuly olily When the h pnpor por wad wid of n blnr blareartrtlgn blnroArtrldgo blnnk blnnkIMlrldKf
oArtrldgo IMlrldKf carries crrlM n portion Jlrton of nkln Iltn tip tipwhich uJn uJnhloh tipwhiob <
which hloh IMaatM l t11 iMtcllll 11011 luivn hlvl rolloott rolloottlofli fClootfl fClootfleM tollootrdeeji
deeji lofli Into the UII tissues tllM the 11f same MiO not lot i ifnvorlnff or ortnvorln i ifavoring
eM
favoring tnvorln clrciirnntnntrm clrcum tn0 Is II prevent reiwtit rl clt T Tonly Tt Ttonly Mln Mlnonly
only flMtirnnco IMlrnnco In the tin Irratmniit IrMlloIL of niu niuoauM 5Il 5IlOrisM udl
oauM 01011 In n thorough Ihorou h clnnimlriK 0101111111 of ni nil II poi poillon poitionh or ortonA
llon of the wounded tlssiirnnnd tJlM tlsstits end tim thnpnoklnff thnn thnnpoklnn timpacking
packing poklnn tonA with gnuo IRU O HO 10 ns to mlmlt It Itnlr tho thonlr iiMr
nlr freely trMI and at lt tho wiino l10 limo K Krondy Ilvo IlvorOdy gR gRready
ready rOdy exit to the oecrctlotm oecrctlotmKunh IwrrtO IwrrtORurh seerctlotisRtlnli
Kunh Rurh n thorough thooulh trontrnrnt of seven sevenwounds Ivcrer Ivcrernundl sovornunds
wounds nundl nunds In the thoyou1 young will wil require rOCulro tt ttidmlnlotrntlon tho thodmlnlstrnton tiadministration
administration dmlnlstrnton of an anrrsthotlo anthoto Iarenl fstrerifwill Iarenlwill Parenll
will 1 usually uu lr object and anl consider onldor th thunnecessary thll thllunnlc tinunnecessary
unnecessary unnlc Where such wounds wounds ni nicaiuod nro nrooaUld a acaused
oaUld caused llr by blank blnk cartridges lnrrldO howovo howovothe howovorthe howovoithe
the danger dller Is II too great Iret to t take Ilko the nc ncof rln rlnof rllk rllkot
of treating troatnj tho wound superficially lupcrfclnlly Lru Lruyear IMt IMtenr 1ayear
year enr In three thrc different diferent cities thornug thornugsurgical tlorou thorougsurgical h heurlcl
surgical eurlcl cleaning of o blank cartrids cartridswounds cartrldgwcjtinds Mtrdle Mtrdlewound8
followotl totamn totamnwhile tOlanuwhlo totanuiwhile
wounds was Wn not tolowod by
while whlo patients pltenl who had hlr been trontc trontcsuperficially troted trotedluprfclaly trontesuperficially
superficially luprfclaly were later Intr admitted nrmltte to t tli tliame tho thoInme thsame
same hospitals h08pltn to dio of tetanus tetanusThere letnnU8Tere tetanusThere
There Tere seems 8eel no doubt too that thlt an atother another another
other Important Imporant prophylactic prCph lncto moasiin moasiinas mellre mellreM
as pointed out by the Journal of oIho oIhoAmercan th thAmerican thAmerican
American Amercan Medical Asuociation Aloca lo I is th thinjection the theinjecton thInjection
injection injecton of tetanus tellUA antitoxin Ilttoxin Thl Thlhas Thil ThilhM Titihas
has now been used In hundreds of thorsands thou thouBands IhoulaM
Bands laM of cases cnlo without any bad bld rcstiltf rcstiltfami rCulR rCulRnJ rcsultitrPI
ami nJ while whie It will wi not cure clre tetanus tellUS one onetho oncothe onctho
tho nervous nenoul system s tem has become in inyolved Inohe involved
yolved ohe it will wi provent tho tlovelopmon tlovelopmonof
of f the disease diseaseIn dllMo dllMoIn
In this matter popular populr tvlucatlo tvlucatloBeems Nluton Nlutonc odticatioiseems
seems c m necessary neceary in order to make mlko peopl peoplrealize peoplorMlzo peoplrealize
realize rMlzo the advisability advisabity of whit whit look looklike 10018lke looklike
like lke a serious Iriou procedure for nn nppar npparently npparenty apparently
ently enty trivial trvll wound Xo 0 wounds du duto duo duoto dr drto
to fireworks frowork8 aro over to bo considered consldereas consideredIS <
as IS trivial trval Tho only hopo for ro mos mosof m08t m08tot moeor
of them tem Is I to look upon them from thbeginning thi thibeginning the thebeglnlng
beginning beglnlng as al dangerous dan cous and Id treat trot then thenaccordingly themaccor thortaccordingly
accor accordinglyDkStbe accordingly accordinglyDid Igly IglyDid
Did DkStbe the Republican RIII lcln Convention Cnnvlnton Sink Sinka Inke InkeB
a Tactical Tacttal Illuniler IllunilerIt Ilunder IlunderI
It I is I pretty prty generally glnemly known kown that tht th thone the theoe tinone
one oe Democrat Democrt feared ferod by astute tute RopuMi RopuMican RopwlI
can c politicians plticians Is oxPresident exPident CIEVE CIEVELAOT CrVEMm CiavEMXD
LAOT Mm If I they thy could dictate tho couw couwto COUr coursto
to be b pursued purme by their opponents opnenlsISt opnenlsIStLuis at atSt atStIouis St StLouis
Louis Luis they tbe would say Name Xlme an anone any Rnyone anyone
one you like lke except the man who whihas whoha whohas
has ha twice drawn drw so heavily heaviy from from frm our own ownrank ow owrank
rank rnk and Ind fib fe Up to a week ago Igo thacourse tht thtcoure that thatcourse
course coure seemed fem i to common commend Itself Iselr ti tia 10 10a toa
a large majority majorty of the leading lcdirg Demo Domocrott Demo Demon1Q Democrrrt
crott n1Q in the Southern States Sttc Why Whythenydld Whythen Whythen
thenydld then did tho managers m1Mqer of the Chicagiconvention Chicagi Chicgo Chicgoconvention Chlcagcconvention
convention commit cmmit the mistake mistke o osolidifying or or80ldlfylnl ofeolidifying
solidifying 80ldlfylnl the South in favor Cavorr f Mr MrCLEVELAVD MrCLEVELA MrCLEvELAn
CLEVELAVD CLEVELA D as being of all Demo Democrats Democrts Democrate
crate crts the oue ote mos ccitaln Oltaln to reach the thepublican theWbite theWhite
White HOU House e by Inserin insertingn In 8 Re Republcn Re Republican
publican publcn platform a practical prctcl demand demandtor deman demanfor emand emandfor
for the enforcement by Congress CongrC of the tinFourteenth theFoureenth theFourteenth
Fourteenth Foureenth Amendment tho effect efect ol olwhich ot otwhoh ofwhioh
which whoh would be to cut down the repre repreaentation representation reprosentation
sentation of certain cerin Southern Souther States Stte ii iithe In Inthe inthe
the popular popur branch of Congress nre and in inelectoral Inclecorl inelectoral
clecorl electoral votes VOtC in proportion proprion to the thenumber thenumbr thenumber
numbr number of negroes negroe who could bo shown shownto
to have hve been be disfranchised disfranchise by their now nowState novState nowState
State Constitutions ConstitutionsWe Conttuton
We W are hero considering conlderng this matterexclusively matter matterexclusively Iter Iterexclu8ively
exclusively from the viewpoint viewpoit tf t ex expediency expiency oxpediency ¬
piency pediency and tactics tcte It I may m3 be nl nllegod n1lege allegod
lege legod tbat the plank named nme was framed framedand Crmed Crmedand framedand
and adopted adopte for the tle purpose purpoe of securing securingthe secuing secuingthe
the negro vote in such doubtful Northern NorthernStates NorthernStntee orther
Stte States as l Now York New Jersey Jerey and andIndiana Ind IndIndian undIndiana
Indian Indiana We answer Ilwer that colored clore elec electors ecc ecctor dcc dccors ¬
tor tors ors in those thoe States State would bo singularly singularlyungrateful sin singularlyungrateful ularlj ularljungrteful
ungrteful ungrateful if they needed n e additional additionalpropitiation a additionalpropitation cttionli cttionlipropl
propl propitiation tlon on the part pr of Mr ROOSE HOOSKyKLTS ROOSEVELTS RooseVELTS
VELTS friends in view of the advances advancesfnode advancC advancCme advancesmade
me made to them by the President PrCident in the thomatter themtter thematter
mtter matter of the Cram Crm appointment nppntmenL andDther and andDther andother
Dther well known demonstrations demon trtons It I fa fai L La ist
a i matter mater of record reord that tht in IfiOO IRO and nd 1000 1000ilmost 10 1000ilmost
almot ilmost every even colored colord vote ote in doubtful doubtfulStates doubtul doubtulStte doubtful3tates
Stte States at the North orh was cast for WILLIAM WILLIAMMcKiXLEV SILLTAMh1cKIXLEY ILLTA t tIcKmRY
McKiXLEV although no such overtures overtureswero overtureswere
IcKmRY overure overurewer
wer were made Ido by him or in hi lihr name We Wotdd Wead Weidd
ad tdd that tht in both of the two preceding precedingrepublican precodlnl precedingRepublican
republican conventions earnest nt ntempts ntumpt8 atcmpts
Rpublcn comentons
umpt8 empts were wer made to gain official otrnl ap apJroval npproai aprovai
proai Jroval of the demand demmt for the enforce enforcenent enCorcement enforceneat
neat of the Fourteenth Fouronth Amendment Amendmentjut
but jut all al such provocations prooctlol to n I revival of ofnee ofrce oface
rce nee hatred hltro were werl sternly 8teml repelled repled by byiViLUAM b bWIIT byILIXAM
WIIT iViLUAM ILIXAM I Me Ic KINLEV and by his hii wigacious wigaciousieutcnant Iugacou Iugacouleutnnt rignciourieutenant
ieutcnant MARK K HANNA The result resultvas resultvts
I
leutnnt
vas that tmt in what used ISl j to be lave terri terriory territory ternory I
tory ory tho Republican Rpublu nominee for the theresidency th6Pelcency Lireresiclency
Pelcency residency in ISW 1 9f carried mricd Delaware Delawareilaryland DelawareMarLnd Delawaredaryland
MarLnd ilaryland West WCt Virginia Vlr inl and nnl Kentucky Kenttickyind Ken lucky luckyanl
anl ind cut down dOV tho Democratic Democrtic majority majorityo mnjoitto
to o less le8 than 20000 200 In each 1ch of the three thrcoStates threoStlh threetntes
Stlh States l Virginia North Xorh Carolina Crolina und undTennessee undTcnnssee amid amidcnnessee
Tennessee cnnessee It I may ma bo bl pronounced pronouncol nteo nteoutely nlJo nlJolutoly nbroutely
utely certain clrin that if tIm late Ite foltor foltorIA Senator1AxA Senator SenatorUNXA
IA UNXA SA had controlled ontroll1 this thii years elrH con concntion conventon conontlon
venton cntion at Chicago Chl o ho would hnvo set setils setus et ethi
hi us ils face with wih equal cquallrmncs llnnncus ngaiust such suchplank sucha suchplank
a plank pln in the platform platformOther pltform pltformOher platformOther
Other Oher days other countols counsns Does Doo any anynbuibscd an anunbi anynbhased
unbi nbuibscd cd observer boliovn beloo that Mr1oosIvELT Mr MrtoosKVELT MrIOOSJVELT
IOOSJVELT toosKVELT bus his tho faintest fuintet chance of ofarrying ofcar ofarrying
car arrying lnp uny State within what was once oncolavo on oncelava < o osllvo
sllvo lava territory lorritor except Delaware and andVest andWct andVest
Wct Vest Virginia VirginiaFrom VlrininFrom VIrginiaFrom
From the viewpoint of a Republican Republicanictician Hepublcn Hepublcntnctcln flepublicanicticlami
tnctcln ictician however tho surrender 8urrn er of ofearly ofnearly ofearly
early nil ni tho ground round gained guie by WILLIAM WILLIAMLcKiNLEV VxL11A1lCK1LEY ILrAM ILrAMlclNLE
LcKiNLEV south of Mason MAlon antI Dixona Dixonano Dlxonslno
lno no is i not the only or most dangerous dangerousesult d dangerousesult ngerous ngerousresult
esult of this move It I hits convinced convincedlie conlncol conlncolthe
the lie white whie PeOple of tho Southern Souther States Stateshat SII SIIthat Stateshat
that hat they must Illt win this thi year cr tit lt all 11 lutz hazrds hlLhINI lutzrdui
INI rds that they the cannot afford ulol to bo b bo bouilwl boguilol houiletl
uilwl with talk about tho of
guilol aout duty con conistcncy con5ttcnnnd curtistcncy
5ttcnnnd istcncy and adherence ndhern to the position positionikcn positon positontken positioniken
tken ikcn in 1800 180 and nnel lono or about about the tm strn strnsgio slmtc stragio
tc sgio lo Importance of preparing prcparinp for 1008 1008hey 108 108hey Ooshey
hey have the foresight Cor0IRht to pcrccivu I rclvu that thata thatI
I r a Force orco bill bi should Ihoulcl be b driven through throughengross thrugh thrughCoagm throughongress
Coagm engross by b Mr ROOSEVELT ROSEVELT or tho tholectoral thoeloctoml thelectern
lectern votes vote of the South cut down in inccordance inaccorance Inccordance
accorance ccordance with the demand demnd of the Chl Chligo ChlCJO Cliigo
CJO igo go convention cnvention n day of victory would wouldover wouldever ould ouldnove
nove over dawn da1n for tho Democratic Demorto party partyhereafter part partfherAter partyirereaftor
fherAter hereafter the te Republican Republcn organization organizationould orgnltol
ould be Impregnable and defiantat defiant defiantiat
wou b so Impregble so 1 deft defttt
tt iat under uer the thl orders one of a strong stn leader leadermight leer leerIt leadermight
It might proceed pr oven OTo to tho enforcement enforcementt eoroment eoromentt
t the Fifteen Flec Amendment Amenmenthch Amendmentwhich which in ine inte Inis
te is e States Stt of Mississippi Millppl and ad South Sout Caro CaroHA Cr Caronil
ln HA would ould doom do the tbl white ht race mo to t negro negroDminntion Ng negroomination
dominaton dominatonNo Dminntion DminntionNo
No doubt db a rjreat rat many m SouttieraDom Buto
I
ocrU ort who ho hay bavirpresesitedthelrBtati bavirpresesitedthelrBtatiIn r NPrt preMflt d their theirin thIr I IIn
in tho Bonato ae or HOUM IOUM of Represent Representtlcs Jerr ltepresiitiI
tlcs I te feel a I poreonAl dislike dllke for M MCsUvKWifp Mr Mrcthtt MiC
CsUvKWifp cthtt C 1 KfAflP They To prA would not nt ba b hums humnIf huan huanIt
It they rolUliod r llhed tho cavalier traatmerwhich traatmer ttetmen ttetmenhlch treatmerwhich
which hlch thoy too to often received receIve at lt h hhnndfl hi hihnnll hilinnile
hnndfl hnnll Hut Jut their rlotilliorn brethro brethrowill brethrewill
will 11 no longer stiffer Rulor them tlom to h Pm 1 gororne gororneIn lovorned lovornedIn
In their notion nt Ht Louis 11 by persons personsgnlovsmnccc p plonl plonlrtevnnco nioni nionigrlovnncon
grlovnncon rtevnnco nml flrudRCN rudI The he fate fatotlinlr 01 0111lr < ctheir
their 11lr Motion Ietlon nnl la II nt 1 stake lak Ako Hlnco flnco tho hi ChI Chcn ChIcno Chitngr
cn cno platform became bectlno known knon a gro growavo ItOt ItOtwa growave
wave wa of It npfirolionnlon fJlronllon nnd nd rfsolve hi hitmopt h hIwopt hsswept
swept Iwopt over the Houlhern Houlhlrn country MUDlr froitho from Itom ItomIho fromtim
tim Iototnfio fotomn to tho Qulf Time 110 Southern Hoiitliorpnoplo Southernnolo flouthenipnola
pnoplo nolo hnvo awakened Awnk n to their lango danonnd dangnianti langonntl
anti nov never r will wi they for torllv forgte lt their Ifk Ifkm1 spoktv spoktvmen pok pokmen
men m1 If Itan nn opportunity opportuniy of victory vlotoryllArl vlotoryllArlIc Uonor Uonorflccd issacnificed
flccd Ic d to potty ptt1epio spite We do not notenv notenvy envy th thSouthern the theHouthn thHotitimrrr
Southern delegate delclBlo nt lt Bt t Louis Lul who thl thlyonr thlolr hi hiyear
year olr helps hol to ond his hil party partlnto Into battl battlunder batlo batlounllor battltinner
under n little Itto known knwn or feeble t eble aUmdnr standarbearer aUmdnrbonror atndrd atndrdborer
bearer borer If I In his hll choice chalo of a nomine nomineho nomnO nominetho <
ho Is Isjulded guided by any other otl r motive mat VI but the thaof tht thtat theof
of loyalty to his hll Southern Souther brethren I Iho II IIbe I Ilie
ho thereby contribute to defeat d tet o othrows or orthrowe othrows
throws nay one on chance of victory he I Idoomed II Idoomed
doomed to ho branded Irlnd d hereafter hereafer as astraitor A a atrllor I Itraitor
traitor trllor to his section leeton and his hi race raceWo rae raeWe raceo
Wo o repeat roplt that thlt had the tl Into Int Senate SenateHANVA Bnlur BnlurHANNA SenateIIA4A
HANNA controlled controled tho Chicago conven convention conventon convention
tion ton there would have vo been no race IMII IMIIin 1110 1110In IMuin
in the campaign calpnl n now no pending pudinR and South Southcm Southern Southera
cm politicians poltca would have been heh at libert libertto Ib ry ryto
to slake Ilako tho personal IJClohl resentment rcentment whlclBorne whichS0l0 which whiclsonic
Borne S0l0 of them harbor hlrbor against Mr Ir CLRVR CLRVRIAVD CLEmISD CLEVnrAND
rAND As Al things t lng are now they tler will wi d dit do doIt diIt
it nt lt their peril perilThe peri periTh perilThe
The Th Investment Inr tment of Port Arthur ArthurTaking ArthurTlkln ArthurTaking
Taking Tlkln the railway mlwny station at Poi PoiArthur Por Port PortArthur
Arthur Arur ns a centre the main Iln line In of r rdoubts re redoubtt redoubts
doubts doubtt forming forig an arc from northwes northwesto
to northeast northct which defends tho plac plachas pllco pllcohOI piacihas
has hOI nowhere n 1 radius of much more thai thaitwo thn thntwo thintwo
two and Ind n half hAl miles mUe The Sungsho Sungshoredoubt Sunghoo Sunghooreoubt Bungehorredoubt
redoubt reoubt lies le on tho west lst side and th thChlkwfin the theChlkwln tinChikwun
Chlkwfin Chlkwln redoubt on the east ost side of th thrailway the theriwlY tinrailway
railway riwlY ns 18 coming comin from the north norh 1 1passes It ItpIIBO ji jiposses
passes between thohillMoTungchlaUoa thohillMoTungchlaUoathohond the hll hilla to rungchiteat rungchiteatthe Fungchintaea Fungchintaeathehord
pIIBO
thohond the homl of the north norh arm Ar of the harbor harboiIf hrbr
If 1 these two positions have boon bon taken takenthen tken tkenthen takenthen
then the end cannot Cllnot be fur otf olfj but unti untithe utl utlthe unt untthe
confirmed the themay they theymay the3may
the reports reportl are officially ofcluUr confrre
may bo b regarded rOlroc us premature JirernaturoWith prematureWith Ilrernturo IlrernturoWith
With tire hccount Iccount of the movement movementof Inovement Inovementor
of the Japanese Jnrlhd6 in tho neighborhood neighborho o oCapo of ofCap ol olCape
Capo Cap Bevun Beul it ta i different diferent Their ad ndvunco advunce adVance
Vance from that side 8i e along Ilon thocoaai thocoaaieast the tho1coasleast CO t tM8t
east of Port Arthur Artmr has hAi brought brolht them t twithin to towithin tcwithin <
within about Ibout ten tfn miles mil of the hills his over overlooking overlooking I Ilookinl
looking lookinl tho cast Clsl end elc of Tokhe akhe Bay lir He Hetween Between I Itwecn
tween these thce nnd nnc run the main line lne of re redoubts rI redoubts
doubts ia the Tnkushin Hill Hl nearly nerly eight eighthonored cighihunared cipht I
honored and nne fifty ffty feet in height hel ht and th thShakushitn the theShnln1hln theShrtlcushztn
Shakushitn Shnln1hln about half that altitude altitudeOn alttude alttudeOn
On these thee two tv heights strong works wcrk have havbeen hve hvebeen haveboon <
been constructed about n 1 mile mie and andhal c chalf n nhalf
half hal in advance of the principal princpl line lne It Itbecomes I Itbecomes
becomes beome n question quetion however whether whotheithoy whotherthey whetherthey
they could be held long against agl8t a com combined combine combined ¬
bine bined land and sea Ie attack attck ns II the Taku Takushan Takushan Takushan
shan Hill Hi Is only about a mile mie from trm rota the thewaters thewntr8 thewaters
waters wntr8 edge oe and the Shakushan Shkuhn less lewthan le lethn lessthan
than thn half hl that tha t distance distanceThe distnce distnceThe distanceThe
The presumption preumpton is I that tht the te Japanese Japaneseinvestment Japnee Japneeivctment Japaneseinvestment
investment ivctment is i steadily 8tUy proceeding preig and andthat andtht andthat
tht that nothing In the nature ntur of a general generalattack geerl geerlnttck generalattack
nttck attack will wi bo b made mae until unt they have havebrought hve hvebrought havebrought
brought their siege guns g into it position positionand poiton poitonand positionand
and with their fire fre opened opne the to way to assanits as assaults a asuls ¬
suls saults on the chief points pit in the Russian Russiandefence Rusin Rusindefence Russianlofcnce
defence Should Shoul they gain possession possessiont
at > t any moment of the two twc twd eastern oster hills hillsthe hii hillsthe
the easternmost esterm08t forts Cor of the sea s defence defencewould defenc defencewould
would bo b exposed expse to t an enfilading enfldig fire firelp fre frep fireUp
lp p to the he Federal Grand Jury JuryThe JuryThe Jur JurThe
The verdict erdlc of the Coroners Jury Jur that thathe thatthe thathe
the he Slocum disaster disnter was as due to t criminal criminalegligenco crmnal crmnalne criminalregligence
ne egligenco lgence is i sustained sustined notices not IC less by public publloentiment publo publosentlrent publiccentimnent
sentlrent entiment than by the te facts of the case casea cae caea caseas
a as a brought out in that tht investigation investigationNow invetpaton invetpatonXow
Now the case goes g to t the United Unite States Statesfrand Stt States3rand
Grand Jury Jur and ad the vigilance viglace ability abilitynd abity abityBnd abilitymd
Bnd nd impartiality impriaity of the Federal Feera officials officialsn ofcial
In n obtaining and ad presenting preenting the facts factsnd Cact Cactane factsintl
ane nd bringing to punishment punihment all ni those thosevho thoe thoewho thosexlio
for the thejorriblo thohorrible thewrrible
who were in any way responsible reponible
horrible catastrophe catntrophe will wU be tested testedWherever tOle testedWherever
Wherever else eie this thi responsibility rcpowlbUtj rests restst r t
It t seems to be unquestionable unquetonable that prinariiy pri prinarily pr
mariy narily it is in Federal Feeral methods metho of steam stearaioat stom stomboat steamoat
boat oat inspection inlpcton and in the negligence neglgece of ofnspectors orInpctr ofnapectors
Inpctr nspectors charged with wth the duty dut of ex exiciiting executng cxctttlng
ecutng iciiting them themThe themThe themThe
The scene of the th Investigation invftgaton there thereore there thereore
tore ore Is i properly transferred tranferre to t the room roomf rom romoC
oC f Federal Grand
a Jury JuryLet Jur JuryLet
Let us l8 see 80 if it is i pursued purue as a thoroughly thoroughlys
08 us s drastically drltcaiy and as remorselessly remoreleiy as asna a aWM ascaB
WM na the Investigation Invetgaton by tho Coroners Coronersury Cronee CroneeJur Coronersrury
Jur rury ury or as al it would be pursued purue by a arand aGrand arand
Grand rand Jury of the county It has ha now nowiccomo nowbecome nowrecorne
become iccomo a national natonal question questionho qustionThe
The ho Charge Cbarle Against SantoiDumont SantoiDumontIt SmutolDulont SmutolDulontI
It I t is I hardly hard I conceivable concei able that tMb t charge chargeutting chage chageputinR chargerutting
putinR rutting the responsibility reponibity for cutting cttng his hiswn Iriswn I Iown
own wn balloon haloon upon upn Mr Ir SirrrosDtMovr SirrrosDtMovrns I IWI
WI cas ns lightly lghty made Such an a accusation accusationgairwt accusaton accusationgainst I
agallt gairwt one who Is i a 1 foreign foreig visitor viitr and andi andIn
In i a way a guest gUlt of the exposition expiton In IsDo Inx i
too Do x > grave a 1 matter mattr to be formulated formulatedithout rorulate formulatedilthout J
without evidenjco evlde o back bacl of It so conclusive cotclulve cotclulveto conclusivea
a 9 to leave little ltte doubt doubtThat aoubthat aoubLFlint
That hat evidence has hn not yet ot been mado madeublic madopublc madoublic
publc ublic and pending pndlnp Its is production productionlore producton productonthere
there lore are two things thing to t be borno In mind mindno mindOne mindPile
One Pile no is that so far ra as Is known on this thisido thl thiside
side ido of the water Mr SANTOSDUMOVT SANTOSDUMOVTas SATOIDUMO SATOIDUMO1M
1M as been ben tree Iro from accusations accwmtol8 of char charitanry char11trj charLtanry
11trj itanry in connection connecton with vl h the I he very in investing Interetng inrcstirrg ¬
teretng vesting experiments eJpermtuta he has hW made In Inranee i inranco
frnce ranee Ho 10 lies hU accomplished ncolpllhc remark remarkjle rcmrk rcmrkn remarkbie
n jle le feats which have been officiallyicognirod officially ofcialy ofcialyrcco omciallyacognizod
rcco icognirod lizo In that country countr as 1 of distinct distinctnine dLtnct dLtnctaluo cILrtlnctrune
nine rune in the science 8ceno of aerial aoral navigation navigationle navigaton navigatonle
le le hits a I reputation reputton ut stake ltke and tho thorobability te teprobahit th throbability
probahit robability of his hi being willing wiing to t risk riskiot ri riskut k kthut
thut iot ut reputation reputnton on tho success succe or failure failuref rluur rluurof
of f un effort nt petty ptY jockeying jolong Is an a ole eleicut clement olerent
ment rent to bo kept In sight In weighing tho thoMthnony thotestimony thoatimnony
testimony bearing bearng on tho Incident IncidentThn incidentThe inchientIlre
The oilier thing to be b considered cOMldertls is that tht thttho thatto
tho 10 theory ther that SANTOSDUMOKT SAlOIDuMONT is i the thenthor theauthor theirthor
author of his hil ownmisfortune own mltorne is if a very veryisy vcr verylay
cy lay and an comfortable cmtorblo way out for tho thoollce thoplee thealice
plee alice History Hltor has h afforded Iore instances instancesf Instnc
or f detectives dctetVM finding fnding themselves themelve baffled baffledf bme
by f a criminal crminll problem prblem and ad trying trg to toive t toIv
sve Iv ive their faces rlC by byaccUlg accusing the to victim victimthe vct victimsthe
or the crime crmo of being bing themselves thv the theiminals t tim timiminals
crminal iminals The To Fosburc FObu affair alr in I Pitt Pittsld Ptt Pitti PittiII
feld sld Is a case 8 in point pint and a the LUm Itw ItwburlllT IUinur IUinurirglary e eirglary
burlllT irglary and murder murer lo I Brooklyn Brkly come comerv cm cmvcr comesr
vcr r rv near to being bln anotherUnder another anotherUnder MotherUnd
Under Und r the circumstances crcmtn Mr SANTOSCMONT SANTOS 84 SioeU4ONT
DUMO CMONT is entitled ette to t an a absolute ablut su sunsion IU ins insmniion
pnlot nsion > of public pubUoopioaut opinionuntil aHthe L
mrMaaet wW wWL hd to Lb 1L t tLeoIi Ltwi Ltwipollen zpe4k zpe4kpolice
n pollen plO hare gathered pthm to S fullyoxpoied fullyoxpoiedBlftod Iul1epe a asifted
sifted BlftodNow lUt lUt7f sifted1ew
Now 7f Kdltlon 141Unn of Mr IllUf KI Rook RookTtio r rNilded I INeeded
Nilded NildedThe Needed Neededlhe
The interview InlenJe nt nt this th Whlto Wle lions IOU9 b btwwn btwei
tWfl twwn President Jtmldent KooMTHMriind JO ff And the Ho HoI non nonf forLouis
I Louis OMIS II F PATH will wil bo b memorable mfoble In n hi hiory hJ his history
tory < ory A frank talk tIS between btwe the two gei geitlemon 1m 1mtlmtn gertlemnen
tlemon In II Mid 1M to have ha removed the thl u uortunato un unlortunt tinIartun2U
tlmtn remoe
ortunato misunderstanding Hint In InaxUtod hetltl 1meSiRt4Id
lortunt mlunntndl < t
axUtod etltl Ilnee since fnc loremor noofiKTKtr noofiKTKtrrefiiBnl 1IOOSVSIITrefusal nOO Rfln RflntttlAnl
refiiBnl to o appoint appInt Mr IATM rIA TN n fiSt MUlfluporlnUmdont Ste fiStfiuponlntenden
fluporlnUmdont 8uprlntnlln of Insurance InsuranceOur InuraneeOur InsuranceOtir
Our only only comment commont upon the th molder Incldeiii IDcldonf
ii f that th the te now no relations r lAUoD up esUbllshf eatabllnheyesterday esUbllshfyontorday elbllho
yesterday Mtnl y may necessitate nlelmU n revision rtrvlslontho rMllon 01 01tbo c cthe <
the text tt of the thl Hon Jon JACOB A Utis Utisdefinitive nusl Itn Itndefinitive
definitive dennltv treatise trotle on TnicoDona TIJOf11 Rood floositxir JOI Roodltlr
txir uu ltlr the Citizen Cltl1en On page pRI nt 22 of ills ttumonumontAl tMI tMImQnumont1 illsmonumental
monumental mQnumont1 biography blojraphy there uppeaithe appear fpt appearthe
the following lololng paragraph pmgr lh now on a incoi incoitenlent Ineonenlent Incormenlent
enlent erne erneI Oe OeI
I am m Kmpled lo KB t lh b ator7of atory Ior of l how 10 Boot Bootfiir 1001 1001UII Koolliur
fiir UII iur appointed aJlnld Itu un lueeeMor OOeO el tx Lt LOWS > oi P PATBupfrtnlendfnl PAT PAI PAIBuprnlend PAllSuperinlendret
Bupfrtnlendfnl Buprnlend n of Interstice nllrao and nd mad mae one Oe nor rnoimortal mor mormorta norinortai
mortal morta enemy 1 em That Tt WM wi on one of th tbe tlmM tmM h h itS law lawSenator 55WSenator
Senator Bentr Pwrr r4T whoM who ho II Utln Iileteng ff long political pUte friend trend PAT PATwaa PA PAa
waa a 55 nut u wfcal 1a would ould 1 is the QM alt floire Noli 101 to mf m co torrrpondent corwpondenl cor
r rwpondenl paden who bo Inowf know It all al yet yedoea etdl rto s not 10 and andaland alder alderaAd u5dei u5deiStAnd
StAnd aAd All the be re real et t of 0 ut bav ban U I by b heart hlr And Andwould Andould I Iwould
would ould be politics poltc whloh hlch I Mid ell I would ejicbtw ejicbtwrat I Iwn
rat 1 wn politic plic for fair lal for all the power per of the Ih m mohln ma maohlDe micities
cities all II of 0 It and ao more 10r wu w opposed opp ed to t the he Ooi Ooiernor Go Goentor OiY OiYemor
entor In I his determination celrlnatol to displace 4splaM thin Ihl ma maHut mn mnlu marCut
Hut lu nooitrxtr nounl was Wa rlilil rrh and be won on When 1 1left b bI itlen
left I Albany Albll the l th oldest lobbyist 10bb11 atarvcd atar d though thoughwas tblurb le it itas >
was as 1 had to 0 own that nooMTKLr J00uTIUr fought fair e ewaya II IIIn iiWays
Ways In tho tb open openA opn opnA opeoA
A now edition editon can Cn fUf nil ni this thl either elthoby eitherby eltheby
by rewriting rwritng and anr bringing brlnFln n to t dote rat th thstory the theetory thstory
story which hloh nil the rest of us have hlve b bheart by byher bheart
heart her or by tho simple Itmpla mechanical mechanicl dc dovice dcvice
vice vic of a blank bllnk space IpC on tho page pageTale pge pgeYale pageYale
Yale University Unlnlty did n graceful ga tul and a aproprlato ap approprlato appropriato
proprlato act at in i conferring conrerig the degree degee i iDootor of ofDotr o oDoctor
Doctor Dotr of Music MU51 on FRANK DAMBOSCH DAMBOSCHuperrUor DAlascn DAlascnlupenLor DAMaoecnsupervisor
supervisor lupenLor of muslo In I Iho publio plblo schooL schooLin choo chooInthUcity hol
InthUcity I in tl this cty city No other man ma has hMdon done asmiic asmiicu A as mich michu mud mudas
u Mr DAUROSCH Dum08C for the spread spr of music musictate mUlcal mUlcaltW musIcsLaurIe
tate tW and intelligence lllgence in I New York HI HISaturday Hi HiHaturdiy
Saturday Saturyateon afternoon concerts concert with ezplana ezplanatory eplana eplanatorlfur explaoatorylsctures
tory torlfur torylsctures lectures and ad hta hlgg singing classes clUe for th thpeople tha thapeple thipeople
people peple have hve brought brght many ml1 thousands thcundl Ipt Iptclose Iatclose to toclo
close clo communion comuloo jwith with great ge and ad reflnin reflninworks refng refngwork refininiworks
works work of art at And Aa rlth withal with Mr DAMBOSO DAMBOSOIn Dum080i
In i so modest mo0t that t honor has to se Ik sok > ok him himfor himlor himfor
for he has hI never nver courted coted notoriety notorietyWe notriety notrietyWe
We do co not think thlk the pex peple people > pie are are greatly greatlyintereatd rreatl rreatlInterestod ty tyinterfti
Interestod interfti iu knowing knowig just Just how hoW recently rocentlMr reenty reentyr recently1r
Mr 1r r PAUL PAUl MORTON called cale himself hlmRel a I Demo Democrat Democrat Democrat
crat He Ie t hooro hecorpes > ecorpes a member of a Ropubll Ropubllcan Republ
can Presidents Cabinet todayand to if I hrnrnkes h hninkea he hemae
ninkea mae a good o Secretary Serelary of the le Navy u a w whope we wehope wihope
hope be may Mr Ir ROOSEVELTS ROSXVEITS choice o ohim or orhm at athim
him hm will wi be justified justifiedThe Jlllfe JustifiedThe
I IThe
The death of W V C COLBMAN COLIrUN was wa followotquickly rolowo followot followeciquickly
quickly quicly by the te failure faure of the negro cotton cottormill coUonmi cottonmill
mill mi in North Carolina Carolna of which he wai waithe W Wtbe wathe
the founder toudm and successful lucce tul bugineba bu ln man manage ma maage manSage
age Mr COLBUAN COLIUUN was a a negro as a athe wa watho wssthe <
the late JAMBS JAMS HILL HJLI of Jackson MISS MUaBoth MwBoh MISSBoth
Both possessed poee exceptional exceptonal ability abity and ad both bottworked bothworke bothworked
worke worked earnestly erMty to promote promot the welfare welfanof welare welareof
of their race ra in i the te 8outhfcy efforts efort to es establish e etblih cctablish ¬
industries thereMr there thereMr thereMr
tablish tblih distinctively ditctvely negro nego Idllre
Mr BILL had b purchased purh the ground groud for t tcotton a acottn acotton
cottn cotton factory ratory site st and ad had h organized organize a stock stockcompany stockcompany lk lkcmpany
cmpany company composed exclusively of negro negrcshareholders negrolhreholder negrohareholdors
comp0e
lhreholder shareholders and the prospect proepet seemed seemedblight seemedbright eme
brght blight for opening opelg up an a Important Impornt fieldof field fieldof feld feldof
of negro achievement ahevemen Then came cae Prod President Prel Preldent Proddent ¬
dent nego ROOSEVELTS ROO KVELTI aggressive aggr lve negro policy policywith poloy poloyIth policyerith
with Ith its It consequent cons uent strengthening elrengthenlg ol olultra orulta ofultra
ulta ultra radical lines InM in the South Bout Mid nd d Mr MrHILL M MrFIIIA
HIL HILL thought it best blt to abandon abadon his hll enter enterprise etr etrpr enterprise ¬
pr prise He died die coon oon after aCcr and an now with withthe wi withthe h hthe
the death de t h of Mr r COLEMAN COLBII and ad the cone consequent conequet conesuent ¬
quet quent uent failure talure of the enterprise etrrle he had hadreated hadcreate hadtreated
create treated this th particular parcll door dor of hope to tohe tothe tohe
the he negroes nego In the South seem eelU to be left leftittle leCtlte leftittle
lte ittle more than thn ajar ajarWith ajarWih ajarWith
With Wih Canada Cnade actually atuly gloating glotng over her hernoreased he hernoreased
lnr noreased immigration imgaton and ad hungering bugerng for forhe forthe forhe
the he arrival anI of more people pele to turn tu her he vat vatmoccupled Tutunopie vastinoccupied
unopie moccupled areas Into farms ra and ad wheat wheatlelda wbet wbetfeld wheat1da
feld lelda it is i a I little lttle curious crous to find fnd her at atemptug a atemptlng
tmptg emptug the rOle of coloniser coloniserA colon r rA
A few reW day df ago Canadian Canadll papers paper reported repor repora reportedspecial
a 1 special pe1 issue ue of stock II k in II the Cuba Cba Land Landompany Ld LdCompay Landompany
Compay ompany of Toronto Toolo Limited Imlte Five hun hunIrod hundre bunired
dre Irod share ehre are issued Ilue and Id with wih each th share sharebore ehre ehrethere sharehero
bore goes gOlrp scrip for Are acres are of landIt land landIt landI
It I ia i proposed propo to establish tblsh a Canadian Canadianolony Cnadian Cnadiancoloy Canadianioiony
coloy olony in i the Inland Wad of Cuba There has hase h hasen
bn > e en n a CsuuuiUn C bank m Havana for several severalrear loveralYl severalrears
Yl rears rear a sound eoud and ad rrult qt quite prosperous properol wstl wstlution iel lnetlution
ution utionWe utionWe
tton ttonWe
We may wake up some fine fne morning morng and andInd ad adfd andLad
fd Lad that tt our northern nor lur neighbor nflghbor naa r ftae an anisxed a anexe anied
nexe isxed our southern louther neighbor neighborThe
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To m TU rDrron FDrO or 0 TEl svn Sllr ScMSir sir My Iy attention attentionas tIt0D tIt0Delrtclee
as I directed elrtclee by a fellow fUow passenger paeDrer to t a letter writ writn wnltea
tea n ty American appearing apptnnc In your Issue of June Junela JUe JuaeI
10 I la I which beb the be latter later Informs Ibe public putUo tbat Ota Otaroaje aACraje Denroam
Craje roaje roam U at present p snl In South oulb Africa Arca American Americanoei Amereu Amereudoe
doe oe oei not know ow what bal be ls I wrllluc tnr about ablt Den Oenroaje OeaCooje DenzonJe
Oen Gm AndrlM Cronje who whook whotoh bo botok
Cooje roaje had ha a brother brlbu On AdrIe Cae
tok ok part In I the lb war and d who 1 believe haa b since alaealed lee leedlrd sinceItd
dlrd led pr but of whom the world orld has ba heard but balULII little littlei littlebe
i be never neu did anything InLhnr worthy worhy of much notice noticeNow nOIceNow notceNow I
know kno den Ilct Cronje Intl Intlatrlr Intlretell
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miI retell both ot us u bavlnr been members rembu of the therst tie tienul therat
nul rat Volk olkud rnad U I WM M he II who comnVnded the thoeg tbealele theVie
alele eg Vie of the UrttLib Drl b cAmp CmQ it Potchefstroom PotchetfOOn dnrlng dnrlngle dnrnr dnrnrtl
tl le war ar of Independence Ineepndnc In I lMO3iWo < 0I who many manycars manyfeas manyrare
feas cars after the be retrocession rtrslon became b < alne Superlnten Superlntennv Supnalen Supnalendnl
dnl rrfl nv of Native Nlln nttve Affairs AlaIr and a member membe ot the Exeou Exeoure Pseu Pseutin
tin re e Council COlleUbo CouncilWho who at t Paardeberg surrendered lurrcudtred to toinl 10lmJ tocr5
lmJ inl ItobrrtVs loro forces ton with lb Itb 4ot 01 men and anl wu de deirtcd dellred dorlcd
llred irtcd lo 1 Si Helena who ho on the tl occasion ot Miss MissKiMvelts Mbaoouvelta 1
JOlveIs KiMvelts tisit 1sl lslt to the South African Boer De War Wart Warlon Warelton
t elton lion lon of the show ground rrund roUltdt at Ml Louis Ju occupied occupiedteat oceuplda
a teat n lul nt it to t her b on the lb front trn row rw of the lb stand Ilald but butfew bUIe buttow
e few e paces pace from trm where hef I sat and aal with lb whom bom In his hisnt h hisnt
tent nt 1 spent an hour or two before beore we went nl there thereThe tberTb thereThe
The Tb only oal thing calculated cculaN to t mislead mlltal the publlo publlou pubUoIe
a u the Ie mlnerable mlrble reproduction rpructon of the photograph photographi pbotrrapb pbotrrapbI
I I i II appeared appd In II some ame of 0 your rOlr countrys cOWtrs news newsSniuua n npa newsIpen
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at a th thl the fit lt Louli Lt convention COnTlton I venture Ynture 10 o offe offeN on e ea I IrlloUc
N prediction rlloUc MoRlnl MoKlftlny mi Wl thn tIl tie logical 1001 ran randldit cndldt candidet
dldit of bl bl bli portr pft on th the litrlff tllf teens tII Dot Ooiman Oormln Dotmar
man Is I the Irtln UI reprerrentstlee repr rlprentUYe enMtlve of the th Ihl sent sentimeat sentmrnt nl
meat or fncllna 1In of 0 opportunism whloh not no1o n notso
10 o enrrally enfll affects hnO th thl the rank and Ild flla n Ill of tli tlit the theIlty thrhtLr
t hrtr > Ilty Cleveland C1II J or nay In ono an of 0 bin hil kno knosrntMthl lon lonym knos knoseyrniMthIes
srntMthl ym thle wmiki olk not do Ilrynn Irnn IK II not notcandidate notcandidate I
candidate cndldatp and ID 1f ho seems Im to hl in > this Ihl oak onlI onl1 onl1mln oakman
I man mln In what h li called Mil thn radical rnlcl wine win In of 0 th thpnrty tlI itparty
party patr who ho I 14 regarded rardf M of 0 Irrafdrntlnl Jr lfd nlnl ulrt ulrtIt 8IrI sliIt
It I would 011 Mem 8em n ossarlly neo lrl to t follow tolo Hint Ihlt corn aomon 10m 10mOM cornon
on OM who 10 II not upeolnlly ppollll obnoxious obnoxoll to elIte eltliewine el elItewln he
wine wln 1mI of 0 Un pnrty plrt should holid bo selected selectedClorman selectedClormen Ieetf
Clorman ormnn l li I the mnn mAl Ills mi great Ir lt abllltj abllltjirrl abilItyexperience h111 h111Jrllnclnd
experience irrl Jrllnclnd nco and knowWee lnowlfn of 0 publIc publo rni mln men > n am amaffnlra anl anlnnlr sacaffaIrs
affaIrs nnlr would olid 8118Y satIety atl fy the th eonierviittvxi conlrvIUVI sac sniwould sacwould nd ndwould
would I ha in noc nClpt noccpKd pt > d by the th radicals rdlcll ss I the thl b bft bftthat bea beathat n nthat
that could coul b be clone cone linden unlr the clrcumstnncrv clrcumstnncrvHln clrClmltnc clrClmltncJI
ills JI nomination nomnton would wOlld tend t nd to bed hml h BI factions talonnl talonnlbltlMl factionsbItterness fnotlonnbltterni
bltterni bltlMl bItterness as f end nd reunIte rlunl thairlnmrntii Ihe IAm nll whlcnro whlc whicirq hlch hlchlre
nro lre rq n necessary c ceAr sar7 for thc th party RUCCCM uea and hi hicandidacy hll hllcnnlldncy blican4lcincy
candidacy cnnlldncy would grow roW row stronger an al the cam campalm cm cmpal campalm
palm pal proirrfMod proirrfModHsvlna prorrMI prorressrdhaving
having lalnl th these consideratIons In mind I Is I Iseems
s IP seems rma ml to m mi ma that Ihl hi h In II the Inrvltnble InTIRble rsndl rsndldoti candidate andldlt
date dlt > end Ine nothIng but n I stupidity whloh whlohhardly whichhardly I Ihnnty
hnnty hardly think th the hl delegate ellllnt will 1 be guilty 6lly o ocan ot otcan ocan
can prevent prVDt his hi nomination nominationON nomlnUlonONEJDA nominatIonOsawAN
ON ONEJDA OsawAN BID A N Yjuno2 Y Juno 2 UKPRKJITDICID UKPRKJITDICIDMfClellin UIPltJCn UIPltJCnUepUaa UxrsxvnicinMoCleltan
MfClellin UepUaa and WaU WaUTo WlIrct rT ll llTo
To TBB TZ EDlion EDIOR or OJ rn ma flcv SONS Bit As Alone on onof emor
of 0 the great ent unfed untl party part which has ha had hd bu butwo but buttwo butwo
two trials at the troughs since tho thl beglnnln beglnnlnof bo < lnlnr
of 0 ftc th civil cvl war ar and as a one who has ha a longIng longIngto lontrinto londnl
to see ee It coma ooml again alnln to Its own owI ownli It the part partIn pny pnyIn partin
In power In Its It assumption SumpUon of being belnr the th A Annd Al Alend U Uand
and Only 00 of thin th country countr will wl permit perit the m mof 11 irs irsof
of 0 the word own on In the th sense pnl here tnfondej tnfondejI Int4ndd Int4nddI
I ask u1 the privilege prlvllle of humbly humb suggestIng suggestIngthis suggestlnthis eUIIfslnr
this th ticket Uokt to toUts the fit Louis Loll convention COTfntlon McClel McClelUn McClelIan McCklIan
Ian of New York and Wall or Wlsoonnln WlsoonnlnTha WLon8ln WLon8lnThe WisooneinThe
The Republican eplbUcn party Is I not above abov seekln seeklnavailability ecekiniavailability pkln pklnaVllablly
aVllablly availability In naming namlnl A ticket In this Ihll re respent reIJ reapect
spent IJ taking Its Il lesson IMon from the Democratl Democratlparty D6oclo D6ocloPlry Democratliparty
party Plry The ticket here her suggested IUUet haa hl ha thl thlIngredient this thislalrtdl thiingredient
Ingredient IngredientConceding lalrtdl ingredientConceding nt ntConcldlnl
Conceding Concldlnl that Mnyor McClellan McClelan can cln onrr onrrNew CrY CrYNf carrrNew
New Nf York York and admitting Jdmltlnl that New NI York Yorlwill Yorkwi YorkwIll
will wi not nt elect him even eel If he should oarr oarrevery oarry oarryAvery oarrrevery
every State claimed olaie for or Judge Judle Parker Park r It wit wilbe wil wilbe witbe
be necessary neosery will wi it not to get doubtfu doubtfuStates doubtul doubtulBlatps doubtftiStates
States StatesWisconsin BlatpsWbcD StatesVisconeIn
Wisconsin WbcD ln Is n I doubtful State Mr Wai WaiIs Wal WalIs
Is admittedly admltedl popular pPllu there I have bve this tbl in information Intormnton Information
formation tormnton not from Democrats DmoCats but fron fronRepublicans tromJepubUcana frorritepubtlccins
Republicans JepubUcana He In I also known know In Illinois Illinoisso Ilnois
so well wel known no lD I have hlve been ben told that Illlnol IlllnolIs 1Inois 1InoisIA Ililnoir1r3
Is almost inclined Inclncd to favor aor him for first rlt plno plnoon plaO plaoeon
on the ticket tclet when hln it shnll ehlU appear ppea that tin tinman Ihe Ihman I Iman
man for or whom it il ielatea delegates stand llnd Instruct Instructcannot Iltrucld Instructedcannot I Iennot
cannot win winNew winXew winNew
New York and the South will m tab earn erl of ofMcClellan or orMcllln 01McClellan
McClellan Mcllln With Wall Wal as a I vlcopresldentla vlcopresldentlacandidate TI vicepreeidentiaicandidate prtldetill prtldetillcandidate
candidate th the fight lbt Would would oentre ontre In Wlsoon Wlsoonsin Wllon Wlloneln Wicoonmm
sin mm and Illinois IlnoL Both States State have beer beercarried b beencarried n nCrttd
carried Crttd by Democrats when wb a the chances chanceswere oMnc oMncwere ohancaswere
were not as promising promilnr as a now F II 1 B BNEW BNEW BNzw
NEW YORK June to toe aoTe 30The
Te The e Prophecy Popbea of tr s > Hypnotized Ilynodz New NewJersey Jew Jeweru 1ewJersey
Jersey eru StudentTo Student StudentTo 8tadentTo
To ran mi EDITOJI or Tax TB Sen 8 ScjRir Sir Si A Aoung Ayounl Ayotmng
younl oung medical medlmiltuden student of Trenton whIle hUe In t typnotlc a abypnotc ahypnotic
bypnotc hypnotic state declared that George Ora Oraf may Orayot mayof
ot f Delaware will wU b be nominated nomoated for the th Presl Preslency Prel Preldeney Preeidency
deney ency by the Bt Louis Lui convention cnTnton This Thlioung Thllouna Thisnouns
nouns man has often ottn foretold the future tutur wltlhe with withthe withthe
the he greatest greatlst accuracy accuracyBo loourcy loourcySo
So thoroughly convinced oonTn d am al his rmny rmnyrlends mn mntrlends mnyrriends
rlends here that Gray will wi be the nomin noml1 noml1of nomints nomintsof e eif
of if the Democratic convention conventon that tblt they Lhe 1 are areprepared re reirepared
prepare prepared to wager Wallr the gum um of 100000 100 on thecord the therord theword
word of tho medical melcl student studentTho ftudent ftudentThe studentThe
The same 84mI young Tounl man assured Meure friends trlndl hers hersthat hefethat herohat
that Governor Oovtrnor Murphys active participation participationn prlcipaton prlcipatonIn
In n the oomlng omni campaign ompalc will 1 Insure Inlur tho th eke eleolon elfO ekeion
tlon lon of 0 the Delaware PtlaWre Judge JudeI Murphy Iurph reused re reused refua ¬
fua used to preside prske at a meeting meetnc called cle for or the thaiurpoM thepurpO theurpose
purpO iurpoM of honoring htornr delegates deleeat from Ireland Irelando Ia d dto
to o this his country and Ind as a a consequence con8ellltnce all allJia al allJre
tf Jia Irish societies eocl Jt In the United Unite 8tate 8ta are arereparrd ar arerepared
proparf reparrd to work ork against sslnst Murphy and his hisrlends hisIrlends hisriends
rlends These Thle rodetlcs eoceUDs and the temperance temperanceirganizatloni temprance tempranceorcanlzton temperanceraanizntions
orcanlzton irganizatloni of the th country will wUaurel surely ac acordlnK Il IlcorlnR acording
corlnR ordlnK to the medical m IDI student win the day dayor dayfor
for or Gray Gro The Th temperance Imprano women of Trait Trenon Tr Traiton
Ion on are IN In I arms ama agninst alJln8t Murphy Iurhy for some somehim coniching flt fltIhlnl
Ihlnl him that tat happened ha pnl In Trenton Trnlon the nighthu night nighthw nlebtth
th hw Legislature Llilature adjourned adjournedNow ajfume atiollrntdNow
Now No may Orl represents repe n1 all al that tht Is noblest noblestnd nolee noleeand
and nd best bet In American Amercan manhood mltboo lie e Is a aenulce agenuln arenuins
genuln enulce American Amercan lie e Is loved love by the work workigman workInlmao workrugman
Inlmao igman because benuee he Ucla ICU on the principle principlehat princple princpletba
tba hat the t Lb people need ncl safety aet valves Iva to let off offuperftuous or offupertluotti
lu uperftuous > erfuou energy AN i Ou OL > POLITICIAN POLITICIANTnsHTON POLITICUNTITON lOL1TICIAtTitasroN
TnsHTON TITON June TO TORevival 2 2KeTwal 211RovIsl
Revival of the Race RIe Iisue IisueTo EsueTo Iue IueTo
To THE EDITOR BDlon or THE Til Hux SUNSir Sir As one onet oneft
ft t the 110 great Aryan race rnc yclept < ept the Caucasian Caucasians
8 s a citizen rlizon of fI tho United Ullte States by birth birh and andraring andrarinr andcaring
raring I welcome the Insue Involved Inolve In the thelank thelank be beplnk
plnk lank put forth torh by the Republican cpubUoln national nationalonventloa natona nationalonventlo I IonyntoD
onyntoD onventloa at a Ciuicagonitrnaly Chicago Chlcllo namely the dl dirauchtatrnent dis disranchiscmint dlfrancblacment
ranchiscmint of fr the he negro l cO In In tha thl Southern Southerntaieit Soulhern8tale Southerntates
8tale taieit Loudly have ha we w trumpeted lrmpt to the thearid tbuworld therorid
world arid that we are a reunited relnlte country that tbntle thatthe thathe
the he le SpanlahAmerlcon SpanlhAm rlean War Wa obliterated obU r te nil nilne aUlnu allnec
lnu nec ne of ft demarcation demaraton between betwen North andouth and nndouth andl
l outh ltb If I certain cerain States of the United Unlt States Statesin Stnttl Stnttlcan
can in make education edlctlon and property holding holdingececaary holdlnanecn holdingeceasary
ececaary qualifications QUlllcallol for th the exercising exercisingf eurcfna
01 f suffrage lutrall then why cannot the Southern Southernortlon Souther Southerprion Southernortlon
prion ortlon of this th country cOlntry do likewise Ikewle With Withsound Wltba WIthsound
a sound and Iml conservative ontrvaUTe man nominated nominatedy numlnltl
1 y I the Democrats Umocrol at Bt Louis on 01 a sane Iant un untlitakable unmletalble enulstakabie
mletalble tlitakable and explicit epUelt platform platorm with no noItilntlng noaqllntic noulntIng
aqllntic Itilntlng or dodging doclna of the vital itai problems problemsuw probltm probltmnuw
nuw uw before the country cuntry for solution aoilton It will wi be beHind b bfOlnd hatriad
fOlnd Hind before tha lb Ides of November Jonmber that the thalilto thehllo theinto
into or Caucasian Cauca81an race rlce will wi have havt admlnlrcd admlnl zmlnl adminiered
> red to the Republican Rpublcan pnrty pnrl y > a never 10ver to be beirgotten beforloUen hoirgotten
ttre
irgotten rebuke for ur their Insolence In daring daringi
to i make the race question Qucaten an Issue IMle In a coun couny countrT counT
trT y founded loundl by the Caucasian Calcnlan and for ruling rulingy ruUn ruUnb
b y the Caucasian CaucasianThe Caucaian CaucaianThe CaucasianThe
The shackles having halnl been bten struck Ilruck from from the theaye theIA theRYC
IA aye the time lme UHI hM come for or iw I to pause pauseid pallA pallAand pauseid
and id to think twice twie before balloting Ialotnc for or the thetndtdatet thacandidte theindtdates
candidte tndtdatet of 0 a pArty p ry that would ruthlessly ruthlenxlyektoreenacttnedark rlthlH81 rlthlH81tek ruthlesslyek
tek ek ektoreenacttnedark to reenact relc the dark gre grewsomeand cewoome weome and shameeadaye shame shameldrlot harness ¬
Ua that would wouldiver wouldnTr wouldyen
ldrlot eadaye ss days ot reconstruction reoarcton Darn
nTr yen h hv have v seen the he sunrise Ilne If I the th Immortal Immortalbrahara Immoral ImmoralAbraha Immortalbraham
Abraha brahara Lincoln could have bv lived Ivo Never Nnverlould Nevr Nevrhould Nevermuld
lould mad ma rancorous rDOOrou partisan prt an politicians politiciansive poJtolaul poJtolaulhAe
hAe tIe bean ben allowed alowA to let tholr reason ba barangled b bItranele betangled
Itranele tangled by hatred hlro of a valiant Unnt fo tO foe to such suchi Buchan
an i extent as a to have hlv engrafted Inelto on our or ormlo oreanlo ortalc
eanlo talc law la tire th Federal rtttral Constitution Contuton the thajurteenth thoFourlnth theurtesnth
Fourlnth jurteenth nnd Jn rtI Fifteenth Fieenth nmcndmenta alwndmenl which whichern whichwero whichcnn
wero cnn originally orilinal framed rlrl to aet t the Iht freedmen frnedmenthe freedmenthe rAmen rAmenIn
In the th Southern SouLhr States ta of the Union over thehitee the thahlte lhewhll
whll hlte Today under undtr the clause clu of the themulltutlon th thnctitutlon h hConltulon
Conltulon mulltutlon allowing a1owlr the State BIto the power powermaka pwer powermake
10 make mak their own election elcton laws la law th the Southern Southernaten Southen SouthenBtalel Southernales
Btalel ales hare hO thrown off or the negro neto yoke and andhlte andbite nd ndhle
hle bite supremacy eupremOoy Is I clvllliatlona elviaalon decr dcr decree a forreunited for forreunited rora
a reunited reunlh happy hppy prosperous Il0proui country countryWhat countryWhat countryWhat
What was < 1 the ha weapon wpn of pernicious pernlcou snail laal laaltal snailI
tal 1 political pUtoai partisanship palahp to punish a con coniere conql eonrertd
ql rertd iere < l brother brotbr 1s t now < a throatenlng thrtnID8 boom boomang bom bomra boomang
ang re to u u US of tire tb North Norh for today to todayto to the thassrraut tbeobU theHTwxt
ra ssrraut your Totr and patriotic ptrloto tsuousLsn tsuousLsnis Cauc Cau jUn jUnU
obU It U a matter of great rret surprl urr that tl the thegro thento thelyres
lyres gro I m a ars r able al to dominate domlnat In the tb tb State StateNw SttN StatesNew
0 nto Nw N York Yok New Ne JeraeyiOhio JerYIOhlo Indiana Indiananols lotn lotnJWa IndianaUnois
JWa nols ll Iowa 1011 Kansas J ansaa arid ar West Virginia Virginiaare Vlrplwh VirginIaMrs
wh Mrs are UM 1k whites wht are ar divided dlTde polltiesUlr plll ba baen b bereeu
hrUD reeu > en th tt the two great rut parties prN so 1 that tbt the b > a ajs DI >
js thero J hold h l a balance bac of power pwr and udle ar arI are arepie
I le I to dictate dct result ul of th the ele leotionsv leotionsvhaxlM lectioccahades
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fines f rlor no popM Plo hoUlni hothAithcbelaio trMbiMnow tf bi 14 0l of power pr li liUorram In ItDOvessmep I
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Arr Aan Aryan n ttem ftll fi te never t r among lh Ihl she i jnn JlnI hinds lM of offar t I If hi hia
f far a r I away w f Ethiopian lloplln horn h dM dl the Ihl nnewfo nnewfoof Inlflfor Inlflforot snesitoofflir
of offlir tn tl < pTMAtit fSsfrfi III descendant deulute of t lf HI item m In nil Al th lhffenlf thfunaled > lr lrtnAlf
ffenlf tnAlf < l Joy and f lth fetish > flh hnlltiolnnllonn Illulnllon of t Ire fnri Irewrought M Morh
i wrought orh lifslrtu dr dm m of stioh oh power f ft tioonoslr ftoonoelrs no nooo
oonoelrs oo Ihn nll b ld tl hiss of tt oontrolllnf ontln elfdlonn elfdlonnIh e etedinnathro lllf In InIh
Ih thro XoMhern tthn fllnlM IIAlp of th thl Its mnitinrtlprogrnsd mnitinrtl vsnairaulpTOIresn nM1 nM1IrO
progrnsd IrO the thl fnlt fnlHI flaIled xl States ftt NnrfttMH NnrfttMHtha Nlhlhu Nlhlhutl
lbs tl oold ok feet itnrM tlf1 in ia In lh tll the facs 111 t Hint thlt II IIKtMopUnn tigthloplani
KtMopUnn tth lnl lodny ronlrM Ilnlr8 rnnfy fniblle lhlC election sloftldniwont elIInl electionIiIOt In Intm
wont tm of iti fl ffrit fut fltnlen ftfl of Ihn th North lh and nndpowfffiil Ind Indpftll i ipowerful
powfffiil pftll ems lh they r that thl lh tlI the < i Hepittillnan 111lhloln pur purrnoornlfni Ift Iftflonlr feitIreooyniree
rnoornlfni flonlr lh theIr lr po ptenlil potentIal ntlnl Influnnon InnlnO nn nnnuhmlln In1 In1uhmltl anaribeilte
nuhmlln uhmltl In n lh thll their lr nrrogtnt oint lmnn clemnniIs < < Ujn Inel and < lll lllPremldnntof ii iiPresident ll
President rMldnt ot th thl < United Unlf Slates ftl who ll In II a rn rnlldnl rn rnclclllI ccdidata
didata clclllI lldnl f tot to iofIon < < Ioton fo the th thl offlon omnl hn hi now I hold holdhw holll holdhas
hw h b bt been nn coddlIng nolJn In his hi recognition lelontlon of 0 II IIpo the theO Itpower
power po O r of t the tl negro In Hi tll tIre North Noh and lnt Went WentWbnt Wf WestWhat t tWht
What Wht will wi result ll from nil al 11 thin thll mnudl mnudlmawklitineM 11Icln 11Iclnmwklhnl maudimawkishness
mawkishness mwklhnl on th Ihl the part rt of 0 the tll irptihltai ffl1hllOfln fteptibllesparty irptihltaipnrtyf
party 11 Tbn MilO In tUne will III In thn ins instirIety Inihrloty Inlo Inlohrlltt
hrloty hrlltt of if hlnlnoi hlnolelo his Insolence flc demand the btstofflo btstofflowithin tiest I t OmlfllI OmlfllIthin ome omewithin
within thin the gift of t lha th Irfnldrnt lrl ltfnt nt thnVort thnVortns thc North NorthIe Nortas
ns h tie demand tn thm rn nt t iris hands In the th flout floutThen AOllth AOllthThen MeritThen
Then will 111 wo hear hit the him hll snd cry ngnln ngnlnnuch Uftlnflt UftlnfltIIJoh sasinmjch
nuch appointments In the th North onth nn will lll u utwlr III IIIdMf iitRi
twlr tRi dwnrf Into Innlgnlflcnncn In lncllnc lh the mode modeprotests mocllflt mocllfltpott rnokprotests
protests of 0 our Southern brothers hrotbernIlehotd both bothIehold brothersilehoid
Ilehotd the wonder of the world Mid In rm rmhl rllCII rllCIIhllory tarhistory
history hl torf the 110 African holding the hnlancn hnlancnpower hclniicspower Ir Irp
power p r In Aryan Amnrlcn In the dAn of 0 thll thlltwntlth U Utwentieth I Itwentieth
twentieth century cfn uy n peril morn mo deadly deadl the thethe thlln thothe
the 110 yellow one of I lbs th Orient It E K KNrw KNil KNew
New Nil Yonx onn June 30 30FIK 30I 30iip
FIK I nnrAK AoTirrn fBron RFrOnO RFrOnOAmpran 1fCOflIAmerIcan fBronAmrrlcan
AmerIcan Exports of MantifBolnrei Th ThIlapal Thlt Thltetll TbFlltsl
Ilapal etll Year ear the Largest LarcotTo IarelTo
To nir Kotron or 0 Tan Box 808 8 < r Tod Todwe TodaWII Todcwe
we complete a new record In our exports eiportnmantifacturM exportsmanirfactrires ot otmsnuoctllrps
mantifacturM Till this thl fiscal year Mr deem rlosltoday tIOfllntoday deemtoday
today 1600 wan 1fI our banner b nner year lIar In this nn nntlon eethrn IC ICtllln <
tlon of American world enterprise pn rprlll but t tday to toda tday
day da we pnsf fJ et thnt M33onooon record lip Mi May
81 ws 15 jiadreiichfHl hadlrlschMI Kinixono and as th thpnnted thllt thlltpnt thr thrpassed
passed pnt Il < the corresponding eleven months monthsIMX monthsieee or
IMX by b 117600000 with nothing noted notedihow I Ishow to toIho
show Iho that June Jlln IW4 1M would not end up upwell upII a awell
well II as did June IBOO It In evident that wh whthe whn whnth whthe
the th Bureau of SUtiotlm records are flash flnulfooted I1Mlly I1MllytoolOO flashfooted
footed up our ou total for or thin year Iar will Ill be fill fillM lI1y
M 1463000000 3ono000 > Thin put un 20000000 ahei aheiof ahelld ahelldot altecof
of 1600 In exported exp < rtd manufactures As A i imuch ao aomilch S Smirth
much of our prosperity depends upon tl tlbusy the thebua tic ticbusy
busy bua factory thin Is i very good news ne Indeed IndeedThe ladltdThe indeedThe
The marvellous Industrial history of 0 ot otcountry ollr ollrcount nucountry
country count Is I shown In the following exhibit exhibitexpoited exhibitexported 0 0npolted <
exported manufactures In decade years fRU fro Irol1 tar tarieoo
1800 to 1880 and certain rears since Iince1m sinceisa
1m 1240000 1240000ISla
1310 1310ll IUI IUIJM5 101000
120 ll llIRM JM5 JM5eKl 1145000 1145000I
IRM IRMISM I mp IJooo eKl eKlnua e IJoooISIO
ISM ISMIS80 nua nua17MO 1li400 1li400iom 140000 140000ISM
ISM 17MO 17MO40MS J7 115500 115500lone OOO
lone 40MS 40MSMJ79 40u5ooo 40u5oooIlin 4034301s70
Ilin MJ79 MJ79lOSIifl M270ooo
IS80 IS80IS60 lOSIifl lOSIifl151I03 10218000
IS60 1590103 151I03 151102000 151102000laM
laM 21571000
1899 180 103105t 2900070f 20007100I
1900 I mssior mssiorIftM 33 32tSiMlComparing 511OO
IftM 4S3 53oOUO 53oOUOCompllrlngo 00001 00001Comparing
Comparing our population of Rsnsooo I I1SOO In ii
1SOO with our present population of 80372n 80372nIOOJ <
110031 IOOJ we have in round figure Blxtpo BlxtpotimM RlxtlpnUm slateertimes
times Um an many people but from I25000In 12500000 12500000In I25000 25500lit
In 1800 to mlnr l4S3oooouo 45 453 000000 In In n 1004 100 U nearly nearl on onfaotum ono onobundred onhundred
hundred and eighty time All much mann manlllaotur mannfactures
faotum laotur exported exp < rtoo This marvellous nrogres nrogresought prOlftRoUlht progresiought
ought to change all our pessimists Into ontl ontlmlittn opllmletl optimists
mists Even since Abraham Lincolns flrnelection flrn flr8tt1tctioo flr flrelection
election in 1800 our annual export of menu mnnufactures m menufactures nu nufactllrf8
factures has has more than multiplied by b eleven elevenKven cierenEven 11ntven
Even the year 1870 wan w IJSOiiOOOo more thai thnnl
1 1560 80 while this year oar our showing Is I pearl pearldouble nCRrlydOllble neari nearidouble
double that of 1806 the he year Iar In which hich Wllllati WllllatiMcKlnley WilliamMoKlnley WiiliarrMcKinley
McKinley was all flrsf fir elected President Ai Aimanufactures AR ARmanucturee Armanufactures
manufactures exported show eho up so well am aman and andas nd ndIII
an they tbA form only about onethird of 0 our total totaexports tolal tolalexport totalexports
exports and onll only 011 y about onethirtieth of oui ouitotal ollrtotal onitotal
total production of manufacture IA It any anjAmerica anywondtr an anwonder
wonder that the th workers 01 other lands and think thinkAmedoa thin thinAmerica
America a good go goone oounlry 10 live In That I Ione ii iione
one of the chief reasons why our lmmlgraouls lmmlgra ImmIgration immIraLion <
Lion record Ia I fast approaching one million mUlIonoule millionsouls
souls yearly
There Is i no O need to worry about out this grow growng growIng
Inr ng Influx to our shores We have room for foihem tor torthem forthem
them all and we e need them all a to work In Inour inour I Iur
our ur factories on our farms rTiafr Ir railwaysThat railways railwayshat rallarsThat
themRto
That hat leaves American abllttlBtnd ablla nd enargre energy enerertree energyFree
tree re to do the executive Uf < work worktslexplore orlt uplore nm nmevHop and anddevelop nd nddenlop
develop our Inexhaustible nunrral rrsources rrsourcesnd rsollrcand resotrrCccand
and nd to make Rood and keep k p good our ourjustiftabie ourjustiftabieclaim Justlflflbl Juetlflableclaim Justlflflbllalm
claim that America leads the world In pro proluctlon production procluction
luctlon generally America In manufactures and li lijxports 10 10export Inexports
export WALTKR J BALLARD BALLASOScBENZCThDT UALLARDHCBENZCTADT BALLARDSCBEIECTADT
HCBENZCTADT June so sotsldrnt SOPr 30President
Pr President Hartleys IIId1e Advice to 0 Young 000 Men MenTo tInTo MenTo
To THE EDITOR or Tne StN StNSir Sir Presl Presllent Prtlldent Presilent
lent Hadleys runty ity I ty generalities about the thiellglon the therelilllon theeligion
ellglon of Mammon In his baccalaureatiermon baccalaureate haccnlaurlalaermon baccalaureatenerinon
ermon will make about as much Impresslot ImpresslotTho
II La the plllnks 01 a JIIIrt party platform plntformThe platformThe
The publlo will continue to JfcaU recall his ex exraordlnary 81trllordlnary esraordlnary
raordlnary and nd very concrete advice a vlcA to young youninen younfnen youngnen
nen to keep out of politics unless they thl have havenriepndent havindependenl hlandePfndent
fnen ndependenl means We wonder wond r whether hieaiu he herealize hecaiizes
realize eaiu s that the Independent lnd Ddellt means ol oloik ot ottolk ofolk
tolk oik and Jerome consist eonslatot of their faith In the theoule thePloale thetople
Ploale oule AUERICAX AUERICAXNBW AIERlCA1ww
NBW ww YOkE June 28 28Early 2 2ErJ 29Early
Early History of f TaJ Destiny DoatlngTo DOltD DOltDTa
To ns EoiToa OP 0 TBI TII Sun SI1If81r r An error of ofact ottac ofact
tac act la TH P55 Sexs 811M college news June 28 require requiresdirection requirerorrecn requireorrection
direction The Yale class of 44 did not as there theretated tberenaled theretated
tated establish the Yale Navy and pun the Mar MarardYale HarYardYale flatantYale
ardYale boat raeas raeos It Is to the class cia of 53 S3liat 53that 53liii
that liat these things must be credited There wu wuoatlng wubolltlal wasoatlng
oatlng at Yale before that time but no navy n6 navyo
110 0 organization of boat clubs This wan Wa effected effectedurlng etl eSecteduring < lee leedurlnr
urlng the college year ur 1M2M 1 53 by b the lb efforts etlorlaofmem etlorlaofmembe of mem memers
be ers of the th class d ot M Rlckard Waits now of ofoledo DrToledo ofoledo
oledo Ohio brother of 0 Chief Justice Waite whopa who whoas b
11 pa as graduated In lU3was then elected commodore commodorelie
lb lie first 111110 to hold bolelhA that office officeThe omeeTIle omcerho
The first HarvardYale bo boat t race was u rowed la latigust laAarwI inuguSt
AarwI tigust 1SS2 at a Centre Harbor Lake Wlnnlpeaau Wlnnlpeaauee
lIee ee It was organized through the efforts 1T0 of o a alember amember arember
member of the class tI of M at a Yale ale and the crews crewsf cPt cPtof
of f the competing boils were re nearly nearl aU of them themlembers Ibemmembcu themnemberi
lembers of that class In both colleges collegesThe toller toller1be eoliegeainc
The undersigned members of the Vale ale class ot 13 13ich Ueaoh 33lob
eaoh lob pulled an oar In that race the tb first fl of a series seriesinx aenelo seil seilnag
lo nag continued Jossru WaansM W aa1Ul Boston BostonJiUxsiM DQstoaJ lkstonJta
JiUxsiM J Jta uot M WHiTeN Mew York YorkNiw YfJr1rN YorkNew
New N HAVXM H TlIH Conn June 2S 2SStrap 28Strp 25Strap
Strap DsBglnv Hallet in I BrUt BrltalTo BrUtTo DritalaTo
To TH Till rDiroB or THE Svx Scxnr ftr r It Is I a long loarcry
cry 7 from Harlem to Hampton Courhu Court Cou but I am sure acrerat surest ure ureIbat
Ibat st our Oil strap hangers blUlre will extend lend hands across acrossle acrosstb aerosre
tb le sea se when bn they hear the news newsSeveral no noienral newseverl
Several years of dally strap hanging have quail quaild quaillItd quailrd
lItd rd d me to pass judgment on the lb particular advan advances adanlar alvanlies ¬
lar lies of that essential caliAl convenience on New Ne York Yorkaliu YorklralM Yorkaura
lralM aura and cars carsImagine carsImarlae carsImagine
Imagine then the surprise on my face when on onMrtng oaNIertrta ontiertag
NIertrta Mrtng a train bound for ro the lb old palace I found my myd myold myd
old d friends In new garb all extending 10 me the thelooming Ibewrleomlar thedooming
wrleomlar looming hand but the droll part of 0 It Is I that tbstHead Iballnolead thatstead
lnolead Head of the sheet Iron leather hangers which whichve wblrbhan whichive
han ve carewed my palm In years ur past I found pretty prettylyllke prlIylad111r prettydylilee
lad111r lyllke blue LOrI lssellated lIaltd woven onn wool 001 yarn yarnJglng tarnriIng ara arah
h Jglng In the same mo old places I shook them by bye b btbe
tbe e loop cordially cordIal and the Ib look on my m > face far must mustv mU muttYe 1 1hava
hava > v Ye told them tbat their ovrr sea couMns would wouldb wouldgreatly
b 1 greatly pleased If they Ibe could see re the Ih aristocratic aristocraticit anlocrallolalloD arlatotrattoalton
alton it Ion to which bleb their relatives bad ascended tnItNl To ToInk Totblnk ToInk
tblnk Ink of lit II Leather straps tap for New York ork and cotton cottonw
001 w ol > l for suburban London Oh why whytAnd wbTAnd whyAnd
And the cars are Bide In Pltuburg PltuburgLOXDOX PlltburrLoNDOIC PtttsburgIAIXDO
LOXDOX June M N L I D O OGreat OGnal 0Great
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And a trhoop hoop de dudentloo eudDtIoolIyraell dudcodooSyracuse i iAyractue
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With the old ConieJIIan crew crewNever ere ereNtvrr crewfevPr
Never let 1111 U more be b mentioned mentionedIn
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shine hln can Rn very easily bn shown nlno by h uludy uludyI stnidyinc IutlrInl
inc Ih the lie rnVs rn ray II of nuntlght panning through Ihrollbhql n nht ahr1hn
I hql hr1hn ht n small enough to brenk It up Into then tlincolors t tCOlOf8 thencolors
colors nf 1111 fliejnlnbow he pinho ns for instance n holn holnIn hlillIn hoI hoIIrr
In the 110 roof roo of I n tram barn 1 hnvo hay seen this light lightthrown lIh lIhIhrnwn lieilthrown
thrown on n burn b rn floor anti have seen ol n n differ differnnrn dlnrnOl differends
ends nOl In the th relative positions f1o ltllne of 0 the color coloriIn colorIn
In Um morning and the th afternoon nun lIn Thin ThinIn Th1l9In Thnigin
In the morning the t hI color purple known In toe IntJe In4c
tJe e the most mo t deflected hy a prism i I Uwnnl Uwnnlthn tiwnrniit
thn it 10 enM while 1111 In the afternoon It In I
toward the he west 181 Thn Th be rwl reI color Is I the t hll
loast lo luatt t deflected nnd In I first seen e n In Ito IhnMrljr 110 110Pllrly Itoearly
early morning at the Ih horizon sort lingers ftt fttnlllhl Stnight t tnight
night showing tire I h arm nf II nunllght to be cur surrounded Ilirrounaed currounnieni ¬
rounded by h light refracted r Iractltl < l Into colors The Thnnewer Thln Theneater
newer n rr we w are to a lens held In tli tine sunlight sunlightthe stlnhigitttIre
the th lIft the Ih concentration and conoequently ton pfulnt i it
the lets tire heat ollhnlunlirh of tire eunllgtr a eevrrlltlle every ilith
hkoT boy know l and when hln he Le at t the focus ha haA henow
knows now hll ibbl 1II get t bl1m bl1mA htirneiil htirneiilA
A double convex hens I nll of only three th feet ert It In
diameter dlnmt lr will melee m ko a concentration of the thnunlignt Ih IhAllnllllht thesilnhlght
unlignt at the Ih focus ocue that Is lint enough to
destroy Into vapor arvr I knnwn nubotance nubotanceyet 8uhRllLner
yet r 1 clone I up to the lens Ion there will 111 not be b any anyremarkable an anremlLrknhlA anyremarknhie
remarkable beat beatHo hpatHo
Ho I think with witirthe the concentrated sunlight
the th nearer we weof are re to o th the rrsclnlf 8urrC surfacof
of the atmosphere ntmcwnh th the r rthn less heat h at there ia andthe and andthll
the rur1h further r from It the more heat therelV th there re Is I >
leaving I LY nil put out the possibility of Of the heat he t rays rayspenetrating raTIpnlrAfnr rayspenetrating
penetrating the earth itself Itf t The Thece e our surround ourrOllndlnlr sacrounding ¬
round rounding Ing cohere I hnvn ham spoken of I have hnvseen hlLsrn haveseen
seen pas p ovrr the moon at the time of an anecllpn al1f soeclipse
ecllpn f I am certain they Ihe nlao Iso prove the
lenticular concentration of the sunlight
Did wn acknowledge ooncentratton IIckno edlle the above w we could couldJ couUreallll couldrealize
reallll that a chan chaug In the rolunc1It lr lrcUne orcurve
curve of th the air would oulo1 J change chan our tempern tempernthe temperllture tempera temperature
ture This can be O caused uned as II the tide or
the th ocean by different things mainly n < I Iiqtly
believe btI bycleetrical drlcal attrctlon and repulsion
The tide rleN rjees on boUt iqtly sides of the earth nt ntthe
the earns time t mf and fall falls In ton game war warnaturally wyDIIturUy waynaturally
naturally governed by the moon moonSuppose moonSnpPlllle moonSiuppees
Suppose now something came near the theenrth thltartti th thearth
earth and having the th same kind of electricity electricityM tlectrlcltyalllht
M alllht that of the earth filling It would wOlllrilt It not be
likely IIkel to repulno and attract the movable niovabboatproephvre movableatmosphere movableotlDOIphtre
atmosphere and m make kn it less deep dtr on the theaide the81dl theside
aide nearest the something and nd bulge bu 10 It out outon Ollton outon
on the 81de idn furthest away from the come comethlnir 801111thlnJr comething
thing Now o nupp suppose < M the earth won between betweenthe bel1Yetnthe betweenth
the th something and the sun should we not bn bnllkPlr baIIkel behikeir
llkPlr IIkel to l l 14 f x hurnod up If the air wa wu mulTi 8Umclf1tly ufflcloiitly r rclaritly
cloiitly bulRMl out like a high tide only onl ex exceedingly eJeeedlnJrlr oxceedingly ¬
ceedingly more 811 o being exceedingly lighter lighterand IIlht lighterand r rIInd
and more movable than water The moons moonsmotion moonmotloDft moonsmotIons
motion coincide with the tides tidesW tlo1eftWe tideste
W We > have seen In the lecture room that thathllhh a ahighly ahighly
highly electrically charged body will have hll a amoro ILmore amorn
moro powerful action than th n one not so 0 highly highlycharged hlihlycharlM highlycharged
charged consequently we 1 may JT1R ay consider the themoon themoon he hemoon
moon not such a hlrul highly chllTIId J Jwo bOfhand bodyandwe
wo 1 should thank t tprevail the Lord It does not nDtprevnll notprevail
prevail for or If It did who can tell what the theconsequences thaCOn thecon5eulunnces
consequences COn ellIlnCft would he h W WA Va know abmit the thekind Ih Ihklflll thekInd
kind of electricity called thermoelectrloltv thermoelectrloltvwhich olt oltwhich < v vwhIch
which Is generated by h heating one on part of the ihamllchJn themrchlne he hemachine
machine and cooling the other Can an any nn one oneay onesac
81 ay this doe not occur with the th earth and andelectrical Rl1dochlr andother
other revolving planets and till them with wllhelclrlcal withelectrical
electrical currents and give to each a north northand northand
and south pole Our electrical poles lire not notthe notthe
the same as our astronomical poles but butare butarelike are arelike
like the poles of a helix helixConilderlng helixConsidering
Considering this concentration of heat heatnow
now how easy Is it to explain the presence of tem temperature tenpnrature ¬
perature In planets far from or near to the thesun thesun
sun that have an n atmosphere Suppose Supposethere Strpposethere
there should come near u us a great comet cometare cometfilled
filled with a kind of electricItyin fact they theyare
are probably nearly all electricity electricityfor for you youcan youcan
can see through them because they are not notoruique notopaque
opaque at all Suppose It comes In such a away away
way that the kind of electricity would have havna
a great effect on our atmosphere and change changeIta
Ito curve so that a great cold or a great heat heatIs heatis
Is created what would bo the r4iaequencethen Viseouencfa Viseouencfathen
then If the bulges or flattening cam toward towardthe towerSthe
the sun sunIn sunIn
In setting a spectrum from a ray of sun sunlight un untight ¬
tight it will be found to differ In extent with withthe withthe
the manner In which the prism Is held as the thnatmospheric thentmospherio
atmospheric refraction may either aid or orneutralize orneutralize
neutralize the prisms power It Is not neces necessary neceessry ¬
sary to say the prism will furnish a means ofmeasuring of ofmeasuring
measuring the angle at which the spectrum ipectrumIs
Is made by the atmosphere or the amount of ofatmospheric ofatmospheric
atmospheric refraction at differenthours of ofthe ofthe
the day and nd at different points inthe cone coneof coneof
of sunlight Unless your prism Is strong ttrongenough strongenough
enough It will have to be turned over for forafternoon forafternoon
afternoon work I P the base or thick part partnd partand
and nd the apex or thin part reversed In their tnelrelatlva theirrelative
relative elatlva positions I noticed this yars ago agojut agobut
jut do not know of ant record of Its cxistenca cxistencaABnKv exietenceWanntx
Wanntx ABnKv W KBYKOLDI KBYKOLDINEW 1tEflOLDNaw
NEW lazy June so soTiller 30Taller
Tiller Take tfee Artist to Task TaskFrom TaSkFrom
From Mt Sartorial Art Journal JournalA
A well formed good looking roan rightly wear wearng wearIng
Ing ng such clothes M a any high class tailor would wouldDike wouldnaka
Dike for him would compare favorably with any anyireek anyrrek
ireek bf old togged In his hi best But neither sculp sculpor
or nor painter can make so pleasing a renesenta renesentaIon reUtesentaion
Ion of the nan In close fitting clothes as he can canif cartf
if f the man In flowing robe not because the clothes clothesire
ire unhandsome nor because they are imbecom imbecomat
at to the wearer but because the artist presump presumpuoualy presumpuously
uoualy thinks the tailor who made the clothes did didiot didtot
tot know his busIness and does not think It worth worthrhtle worthchile
chile even to try to represent them u a they are areis ireIi
Ii is be generally represent them on canvas or In Intone Itttone
tone they look as little like tile sartorial things of ofleautf ofneaul
neaul leautf they are M J a pallid corpse looks Ilk like alying a avLng
lying human being beingRnormoni beingEnermoas
Rnormoni Wealth of New Te York Yorknpi > rV rVnm
nm an aaarnt ty 1 Mr C A Oardiur at ttti Ceflfs Ceflfstallon Coevosilos
tallon silos of till Unlttrtltv of lit Stall ef ftv Vort VortThe lorXThe
The wealth of New eW York Is inconceivable 11 Is Iseversl Iseversl
eversl billion dollars greater than the wealth of ofny offly
ny other State It Is three and a third billions billionsreaur btlllonirearer
reaur than the wealth of all 11 New England It Is Isbillion Isbillion
billion greater than the wealh wealth of all Paclflo Coast Coastnd Coastad
nd Rocky Mountain States It U greater even than thanle titsaIre
Ire le wealth of all Slates bordering on the Atlantic Atlanticireptlng AtlantIczeepting
ireptlng Maryland beginning at Canada and andIrctchlng andiretehtng
Irctchlng to the lit Uulf Uuy of our counties too toore toore
re richer than sovereign Commonwealths New Newbrk Nework
brk county for eiarnple eaceeds fortythree of ofle ofIC
le States and Terrltorlas Kings twentyfour Erie Erielibi ErliIgbt
Igbt and AJbiny Monroe Westchestor and Queens Queenjae
ae or mere earji earjiThe each eachThe
The Crest Temperance Victory In Ore Oretntn Orsge OrsgeTram
Tram the Cartsrtun Inlelltftnttr InSeUtgencrOregon InlelltftnttrOregon
Oregon has won a great temperance victory At Atrecent Alrecent
recent popular election the Local Option bin was wasted witted
ted by SOOO majority The bill applies to pre presets oreLorIs ¬
sets wardi and counties that Is I If a majority majorityt
m t the voters of a precinct ward or county are aretalnM areraint
talnM lh Ihnn liquor trade It puts the saloon out ofusinesi of ofi
usinesi i ness In that locality What the temperance temperanceopn temperancenipIe
opn > of that Stste have done the temperance temperanceofle temperancecotle
ofle of other Slates can do U they only go about aboutIn
In the right way with a determined spirit They TheyNam Theypctme
pctme Nam thoroughly alive to the question and sndirmed andirtnsd
irmed themselves Into an AntlSaloon League 1eatueith
ith a nevrrglveup Oghtlng man at the head headto headto
to finally led the temperance forces lo victory victoryWar victoryWar
War nn the Inen Handkercklef HandkercklefFrom
From the PIMatolphla RecOrd RecOrdProf nrtaraProf
Prof Calmeue ot the Pasteur In litetitutS Wut of Paris Parismojitng Parismnujclng
mojitng war on linen handkerchiefs which he heraiders benuder
raiders a great aourre of Infection He suggests suggestse
e e use of specially constructed wallets for or Japan Japane
e paper handkerchiefs with separate divisions divisionsr
r the new and the used ones The latter an to toburned toI
I burned burnedPerhaps burnedPerhepe
Perhaps the most Interesting feature at th the cur curnt rutat
nt Voril Vorl Amirlccn Ifrlruj ls a paper on The TherltUb Tb Tbririth
rltUb In Tibet In which a Iluttlan Prtac Oukh Oukhm Oukhmat
m mat y t declares that while England may politically politicallymet
met the land ot the Lamas she ran never win winiplrtluslly wInptrtluslIy
iplrtluslly unless she respects the ancient ancientrlnes ancientrifles
rifles of nuddhlsm There are aim articles on onhips onhii
hips and the War and Arms and Ammunition AmmunitionJapan AmmunitionJapan
Japan there at papers on th the Panama labor laboroblei laborobIei
oblei th till Alaskan boundary and South Africa Africater Africatel
tel the Hoer war Wolf von ichlcrbrand writes writesTh writeDltl
Th Dltl I egncracy > ef th the German Army pr prrttng pro prortlng
rttng a red awakening for Germany uaM unless she sheturns sit sitturn
turns lo the Ideals nf the past Ida Hustrd Hustrdirper HeaiedtiNe
tiNe now In Germany at the Congress of Women Womenrltrs Womenrites
rites of woman siitlrat In Amttlca Haw Hawornea 115welites
elites cenlennlsj Is celebrated by Hamllttn W Wible WiSle
iSle and Mr Htwellas ovil U la lie seventh seventhtBt acliathstaltines
staltines tBt t

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