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te Almost Alm0t invariably Invaiably however these theseDemocrats tee teeDemorab theseDemocrath
Democrats had returned to then thei party partybefore partybefore
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bfor St Louis Lui A very ver great gat part pat of them themeven themeven themoven
even went back in Inlo 1000 OB a the returns return of ofthat ofthat ofthat
that election eleoton compared compaed with those of oficindlcate
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Iri Int8G6 1890 the Democratic DmoraUo party part In New NewYork NewYork NowYork
York polled poled for Mr DunN only 651380 651380votes 61369 61369vote f51369f
f votes vote In 1110 1000 the number nubr was wa 678330 678330or 6783 I Ior
or 127017 more In Ii 1898 1898Ir Mr ROOSEVELT ROOSEVELTwas ROSEVEI
f I was wa elected electe Governor by a 0 plurality pluraly of ofI i ir
r I t 17788 only though two years year before beforeMr bfore beforeMr II
Mr McKINLEY had carried caied the State Stat by bythe byI
I the enormous enorou plurality pluraity of 263480 The TheDemocratic Te TheDemocratic i iDemorn
Democratic Demorn o poll pol was WI 043021 votes vot At Atthe Atth Atthe
the th election for Governor Goveror In 1002 102 the theDemocrats theDemocrat thet
t Democrats Democrat polled paled 656347 6 3U votes vot A dim diminution diI dimmutton ¬
mutton Inuton in the total tot poll pol according to the theusual theusual I
usual uu81 rule took place in the te Guberna Gubernatorial Gubra Gubernatonal ¬ i
tonal elections electon of 1898 and 1002 102 as 1 com compared c corn cornpared m mpred ¬
pared pred with witJ thePresidential the he Preidentia Presidential elections electionsthey electionsI
I they th y succeeded succeededIt succeede
I It I is i evident evert hit t nearly all the gold goldDemocrats goldDemocrats goldDemocrats
Democrats who are are going back to their theirparty tei theiri
i party prty at all were back bck before bforo this thi cam campaign ca caplgn campaign ¬
paign plgn and that a very ver great geat part pa of ofthose oCth0e ofthose
those th0e who whovot voted for McKlNLEY McKINY in 1800 1800wont 189 1893went
went back bck to the Democracy DemorlY even in n
1000 10 At the last lat two elections elecUop for Gov Governor Govem Governor ¬
ernor em or the party lines lie were WEr drawn draw about aboutas abouta
as a squarely as a before bfore the Bryanization Bryanizationof Braniton Branitonof
of the Democratiqparty DemocratiqpartyGold Democrat Y J JGold
Gold Democrats Democrat who ho had not returned returnedto retured returedt
t to their party before bCore this thi campaign capaign may mayusually mayuual mayusually
usually uual bo b counted count out of that party partypermanently pary paryprmaentyor partypermanentlyor
< permanently prmaentyor or at least lent till ti it gets get up a amore 0 0more amore
more trustworthy trtworhy platform pl tCorm than that thatconstructed thatcontrcte thatconstructed
constructed contrcte at St Louisand Lui ad pronounced pronouncedadmirable prono pronrnmcedadmirable mce
admirable by JudgePARKER JudgePARKEROur JudgetAnKEROur
t Our Relation Relaton to Chinas > Neutrality NeutralityWe NeutraU
We learn lern with ith satisfaction sat facton that the thefleet thefctofAercan thefleet
fleet fctofAercan of American Amri an warshlpS w wdrsh1punder Ih1 ifuder under Admiral AdmiralBTtBtiNO Mmi AdrnithlSTTItL1NO al alBT
BTtBtiNO BT LiNcwhlc1 which hi h Ts i now now anchored achore near nearthe nearthe
the mouth m < > tl of the thelveron th river Fiveron on which Shang Shanghai Shag Shaghal Shanghal ¬
hal j i situated sltu situate4 t ianot ilQ authorized a horie to pro protect protect proteat ¬
tect from Japanese Japanee attack attck the Russian RussianI RUian RUianC RussianRussian
C r ld the RUian Russian de det
I t Btr iVCaogoftfl t tW whlpli ctOk took refuge refugeof1 refugei refugeIn
i In 4 t thttat1xwta afr r the he naval batte batteoC4Aug battle battleof4Aug
of1 oC4Aug Aug 10 it I is i not our olrbuine business to totake t totake
take the Initiativb b ltatve in an aenforce enforcement enforcementof enforcefnentof ent entof
of Chinas Chias neutrality neutaity and ad it would woud be beunfair b beunlalr
unfair to t enforce it now against againt Japan Japannt Japa Japaat
at Shanghai Shaghai when we have failed faied to toenforce t toenforce
enforce enforc It against againt Russia Rusia at Chefoo ChefooAs ChefooA ChefooAs
As A a matter mater of fact there has ha been beenas ben bena beenas
as a yet no violation violaton of Chinese Chinee neutrality neutralityat neutralty neutraltyat
at Shanghai Shaghai on the part par of the Japanese Japanesefor Japanee Japaneefor
for the theentrance entrance of C a Japanese Japanee destroyer destroyerinto detroyer detroyerinto
into the harbor for the purpose purpe of re reconnoitring reo roconpoltring
o connoitring conpoirfng cannot be b construed cntrue as a a abreach abrech abreach
breach brech of the t le rights right of neutrals n utral The Theonly Thednly Thenlyv1olationpf
only nlyv1olationpf violation vlqlaton of Chinas Chnas neutrality neutraity which whichr
r ctudlly ct ct ll ally has hn habeeri Doen eic committed mmlte at Shang ShanghaLifl Shag ShanghaL I IlallChargealle
haLifl lallChargealle haL i chargeable To to totho tho commanders commaders of ofHho ofthe ofthe
Hho the Russian RU5siax vessels s Although Allougl AltIiougliotIfled AltIiougliotIfledby notified notifiedby lotfe
by b the tlmTaotii1ur Taotfli of prefect of the city citythat citytht citythat
that tht after afe the lapse lape of twentyfour twentyfourhours twentCourh011 twentyfourhours
hours h011 they the must either leave the harbor harboror harbr harbror
or dismantle d nnante they havo refused reCuc to obey obeythe oby obythe obeythe
the order Obviously if i it be the duty dutyt dutrC
t qf C t neijtral neltra n ttrtil PO Powers m to compel respect respectf respet respectneutrality
f 1 fqrChiriafl q 1C lla1 neutrality n ltralty they the ought to tocommanders tobcgfn tobegin
begin wih with t the e realoirnt recalcitrant Russian HU5BlancOmader Russiancommanders
commanders cOmader To pass over their de deflance def doflanco
flance f c of qlntrna international ional law and to re reserve re rearvo ¬
serve s rve interposition 1 terpos ton until ut the Russian Russiancommanders RU1an RU1ancOlraer Russiancorl1ncTs
commanders corl1ncTs should S 9uld be threatened with withassaiilt with86IWl withasstttl
cOlraer assaiilt 86IWl asstttl by thev t the Japanese Japanee would obvi obvioutfy obviou obvitoii6riminato
outfy ou y bo toii6riminato li 6riminatc rimina between the two twobelligerents tVObcI twobell1rnt8
belligerents belligerentsIt bcI ercn ercnI O
It I Is i at least leat ah arguable nrgnhla question questionwhether queton quetonwhctl questionwhthr
whether whctl rt a belligerent beliictent finding fnding that a aneutral an aneutral
neutral n itral Power Pow r IJfren is ii i unable 1ble or unwilling ulwilng to tofulfil totu1f tofuThl I
fulfil tu1f its duties dute or to cause cuse its i rights to tobe tobe
1 be b respected r pccte mnynot consider the pro professed prof professod ¬
fessed f se neutrality neutralty as nonexistent and andpenetrate ad adpnerate andpenetrate
penetrate pnerate the pretended pretendedneutrnls neutrals harbor harborfor harbr harbrfor harborfor
for the purpose of pursuing puruing thither thitherhostile thitherhitievclels thitherhostile
hostile hitievclels vessels illegally UegnUy harbored there thereThe thereThe thereThe
The assertion erlon of such a right could bo bosupported b besupported
supported suppred by many precedents prccedent There Thereis
I is i no doubt olbt that during durin I Englands wars warsagainst war wamagainst
against ag lnst the French Republic Republc nnd French FrenchEmpire Frenchi FrenchEmpire
i Empire Epire British warships wllrhlpll in circum circumstances crcum crcumstlr circumatiince ¬
stances stlr C similar simiar to those which now nowoxist nowoxistat exist existat existat
at Shanghai would nqt have hesitated hesitatedto heitted heittedto
to enter the harbor harbr and engage en nge with withtho withtho withthe
tho enemy elcm A belligerent blgereltcnl belligerenteun can hardly be beexpected b beoxpeoted
expected expct to ncccpt the theory thcor that its iteopponents It itsopponents
opponents 9Ppon rtl ships alii hlP nro at liberty lbery to use useat Ue Ueat useat
at will wi 111 a neutrals tutralfs ports as havens lavens of ofrefuge oCrefuge ofefugo
refuge and repair repir provided tho neutral neutralprofess neutralproCe neutralprofess
profess proCe inability inabity to t compel observance observanceofiterighU obranc obs rvanco rvancoI
f I ofiterighU ofiterighUWere of Ib its rlght rights rightsWere
Were we now now to evince extraordinary extraordinaryzeal extrorinary extrorinaryzeal
zeal for the upholding upholUngC < tf f Chinasneu Chinasneutrality Cl Ch1nnsneutrality ns neu neutralty ¬
trality tralty by b safeguarding sfegadlng thefugitive thefugitiveRussian the fugItIve 1fuglUveR fugItIveRus8lan
Russian R lan vessels vCscls which themselves fhcJselohave fhcJselohaveset have havoset havesot
set thit thdtnO neutrality uhll trnlity tlt atnftughtby n uKht b disobey ¬
ing inl Ingtli inomma lib oommohd oommnndofthe of fhe the local authorities authoritiesto nuthonUo dlob
to t leave lo Shanghai Shlghn we should f provoke provoketho jrovoketho
tho Toklo Government to inquire why I Iin
in our capacity caJact of champion chaplon of neutral neutralrights neutra neutralrights
rights rghts wo e havenever teen eon fit ft to t protest protestagainst prott protestI
1 I against aait the use of the neutral port of ofChcfoo ofCefo ofc
c Chcfoo Cefo bytho by the Russians Rlil a 05 a obel basis prt of ofcommunication ofcomunlc ofcommunication
communication comunlc ton by wirolcsstblegrupliy wirolcsstblegrupliywith wlrel 8tlelply
with wih Port Arthur Arhur It is i a notorious notrloU fact factthat factthat factthat
that since sic the to siege of the naval nval fortress fortre
began bc such
a suc communication comunlcaton has h gone goneon gonen goneon
on n a wireless Irel telegraphy tlegraphy apparatus
1 hating l + g be6ninstalled t b fqnatlo ustailed withinthe withn the nppatu grounds groundsof1 gounds goundsnf irou da
of1 the Russian R ia Consulate Cnsulatat at Chefoo helpoe hefoov
v The Th e Japanese japnne apancso lnve liaye naturally held that thatI
I ti z zW
4 p W i
the fad of r the Mflaulb oirouid oirouidthspurpcoigjg1nring grounds rt rtJ t tthe
ite 1 n igWd
thspurpcoigjg1nring J eIaIArDg ti llt0n latIon latIonthe f fto
the to principle priCpl of neutrality neutl1tyadthlt neutl1tyadthltby and tha thaby that thatby
by permitting pritig it China has hl aide aideand aided aidednd aidedand
and nd abetted abtt Russia RUIa against againt Japan Jap Un Urquestionably Unquetonnbly Unquestionably
questionably quetonnbly the toleration toleratbn of a wire wireless wire wireI
I less les telegraphy telegaphy station stton in n relative relativeclose relatv relatlvcly relatlvclyclose ly lycoe
close coe proximity proxiiy to t a blockaded blookade fortress fortresis fortressian
is i ian an n act act calculated cacwated to t do Japan Japn more morinjury more moreInury moreinjury
injury Inury In I the th pending pndig struggle strggle than tha i ithe I is isthe
the harboring librlng of offugitivo fugitive fugtvo ships shlp of war waiYhat warWJlat warWhat
What would be 0 the use ue of cutting outtig i icable a acble acable
cable cble between Port Por Arthur Aru and ad Chefoo ChefocIf Chefooi
If i the cable cble could be b forthwith forhwith replace replaceby replacedby
by wireless wirele telegraphy stations stationsUnder sttons sttonsUnder athtionsUndei
Under the telegaphy circumstances croUstancC we are ae no nosurprised n nOt nOtaurprised t tsurried
surprised surried to learn lean from a despatch depath re recelved recelvo recelved
celved celvo in Washington Wahingon on Monday from fronConsulGeneral fromConulGenera fromConsulGeneral
ConsulGeneral ConulGenera FOWLER FOWER at Chcfoo CheC o that thait thatIt thatit
it was wa apprehended apprehende there that the Japa Japanose Jap Japanose
nose nee would attack attk and ad destroy detroy Russia Russiatelegraph Rulas Rulastlegaph Russiastelegraph
telegraph tlegaph station stton at that place plac If I th thact the theact theact
act be b committed commit it will 111 be b done on th thnot the thenot thenot
not unreasonable unreonable assumption umpton that i ineutral a aneutral aneutral
neutral who for an extended extende period perioishows prod prodshows periodshows
shows himself hisel unwilling unwiing or unable unablto unableto
to fulfil fulfl his hi duties dute or enforce enCorc hi hirights hi his hisrights
rights right thereby becomes bome for prac practlcal practc practical
tlcal tc purposes a belligerent blgerent and ad ma mabe may mayb maybe
be b treated treatd as I such at the option opton of th thinjured the theInued theInjured
injured Inued party prty It would be on the same samassumption sameasumpton sameassumption
assumption asumpton that the Japanese Japaee wouliseek would wouldBeck wouldseek
seek to justify juty themselves thenelve for entering enterinithe entrlg entrlgthe enteringthe
the harbor of Shanghai Shaghai and seizing 8ciigthe 8ciigtheRUla th thRussian the theRussian
Russian RUla vessels veel vesseinwhloh which persist perit In i remain remaining remai remaining
ing ig there after atr the twentyfour twentyfou hour hourlimit hourslimit
limit liit while whie at the same time tie refusing refusinito refuing refuingto refusingto
to let themselves thomelve bo b dismantled dismantledIt dimante
It I is i probable that Secretary Sretr HAY HAIis HAYI HAYis
is I giving quito quit as a much attention atenton t tthe to tothe tothe
the persistent prsitent and ad acknowledged acknowlege viola violatlon violaton violation
tlon ton of Chinas neutrality nutraUtyby by Russians Russiamat
at Chefoo Cefoo as a he is i to the t1e merely appre approbended apprehende apprehended
bended hende breach of Shanghais inviola inviolability iviola iviolabity inviolability
bility bity by an a incursion Incuion of the Japanese Japanesicruisers Japanee Japaneecrier Japanesecruisers
cruisers crier now lying lyig off of that port por for the thipurpose thepurpe thepurpose
of Russian vessel vesselIllegally vesselsillegally
purpose purpe capturing capturng Rusian veei
Illegally iegUy remaining rmaing there thereThe thereThe thereThe
The Bar Harbor Jeremiah JeremiahA
A few days ago our phianthropic philanthropic philanthropiccontemporary con contemprary contemporary
temporary temprary the Hon JOSEPH PULITZEI PULITZEIwas PULITZER PULITZERwa PriwTzERwas
was wa yanking yaking the tocsin toin and swattin swattinthe swattng swattngt swatting swattingthe
the t e kettledrum kettedrum and nd yelling yelng at the tent tendoors tentdoor tentdoors
doors door of the drowsy drowy marshals mashal of thi thiParker the thePaker theParker
Parker Paker phalanx phalanxWake phwax phwaxWae phalanxWake
Wake Wae up UrTAaaAKT Mr TAaaARr wake up MiSKz MrSRDAN MrSRDANwae JrSHUUAW JrSHUUAWwake nAK nAKwake
wake wae up Mr DE DJ LANCKT LNCJY Liiec NICOLL NICOL wake up gentle gentlemen r gentlemen nte ntemen
men ot the he executive Oecutle committee committeeThe commIUeeTe commtueeThe
The Te recipients recipient of Mr MrJ PDLITZSR PDLITZSRstaccato FUr4znnsataccato TZRS TZRSstccto
staccato stccto serenade couldnt be waked wake up upMr upMr upMr
Mr PULITZER PULIZER was wa not discouraged dicouae Ii Iihe If Ifhe
he couldnt couldt make the Democrats Del0rata wake wakup wae waeup wakeup <
up he would put the Republicans Rpublc it itsleep to tosleep
sleep slcp It I must be b admitted admitt that his hiemeasures hi hismeasUre
measures for that purpose purp0e have beet beetwell bn bnwel beenwell
well taken From his hermitage ir irBar In InBa inBar
wel hermitag
Bar Ba Harbor he addresses addee to Mr ROOSE ROOSEVELT ROOSEVEL RoosEvsiir ¬
VELT VEL candidate cadidat for President Preident of the theUnited theUnie theUnited
United Unie States State and ad the Western wetr Hernia Hemisphere Hemi HerniaphereTM ¬
phere phereTM a lttle little note that covers cover some somewhat somewhat somewhat ¬
what more than tba nine columns fend nd ahall ahallof ahwCoC a half halfof
of the World As A a guarantee garantc of good goodfaith goodCaith goodfaith
faith he appends appnd a map of the th Western WesternHemisphere Wetrn WetrnHemiphere WesternHemisphere
Hemisphere Hemiphere The Te letter leter is i running as a a aserial aserlw aserial
serial Mr PULITZER PULTZER has ha plenty of time timeand Hmead timeindlikea
indlikea and ad likes Uk to Tnrite jt rite letters tettr j < 1 andafter aild ater he hehas heha hehas
has ha written witn thorn millions mUlon of reporters reportersrecord reporer reporerreord reportersrecord
record reord the sensations senton of mingled migle awe aweand aweand aweand
and satisfaction atiCacton of the readers But Butreally Dutrely Butreally
really rely yesterdays yeterdays chapter chaptr was wa to too long longAnybody l ng ngAyboy ngAnybody
Anybody Ayboy that pretends pretn to have read red it itwill Itwi itwill
will wi be b set down dow as a either a prodigy proig or ora oralar a aliar aliar
liar lar Mr LOEB LE would never travel him himself hi himself ¬
self or ask ak his hi principal prncipl to travel over overso oversomany so somany somany
many miles mie of words wordsAnybody wor wordsAnybody
Anybody Anyboy who boldly bldly begins bgin at the thosignature thesljatur thesignature
signature sljatur and ad tries trie to read from finish finishto fnih fnihto finishto
to start st is i gravelled gaveled at the final fnal fateful fatefulsentence fatefulsentenc fatefulsentence
sentence sentenceIt sentenc sentencIt V
It b I not only onl you OU nor the Republican RepubJc party pay but butthe butUe butthe
the Ue Republic Rpublo that tba will wl stand stad or fall f l by your yourRBCOItn rournBCIO yournEconn
RBCOItn RBCOItnObserve nBCIO nBCIOObre nEconnObserve
Observe Obre the confusion cnCuslon of Mr PULIT PULITZERS PULT PULTZERS PULITZEnS ¬
ZERS conjunctions conjucton That Tht is the way of ofdespotism oCdeptim ofdespotism
despotism deptim First Firt the conjunctions conjucton fall fallthen fal fallthen
then the Constitution Cnsttut n and the Republic RepublicYet Republc RepublcYet
Yet If IeMr Mr PULITZER will wiparon willpardon pardon us it is isnot isnot isnot
not only he nor his hi letter lettr that has hasbeen hssbeen
been bn the first frt firatto to t mark the sagging sgglg ssggingof of tho thopillars thepiar thopillars
pillars piar of the theStto State At the Kansas Ka1 City Cityconvention Citycnventon Cityconvention
convention cnventon in 1000 10 another aother Western Westernstatesman Westernstatesman
statesman sttsman and prophet prphet Judge PHILLIP PHILLIPof PHLIP PHLIPof
of California Clorla said sid that if i Mr MCKINLEY McKlNLEYwas lIcKNLEY lIcKNLEYwa
was wa reelected reelect the Democrats Dmocrt wouldnt wouldntbe
be allowed to t meet in another national nationalconvention ntonal ntonalconventon nationalconvention
convention conventon and criticise crltcise the Adminis Administration Admlnil Administration ¬
tration trtton Some other seventh son Bn of a aseventh
seventh sventh son was saying tying in the twenties twentiesthat twentes twentesthat twentiesthat
that if JOHN Jon QUINOY ADAMS was Wa elected electedPresident electedPreident electedPresident
President Preident the next Congress Cngrs would be bethe bethe
the last lat Times Ties waste wat basket bket is i full Cul of ofeeers oCscr ofseers
eeers eeersEven scr seersEven
Even if i the Republic Republo must fall between btween
1905 195 and 1009 10 the prospect prspct need ncd not be beabsolutely beabsolutdy beabsolutely
absolutely dark Mr PULITZER PULTZEU will willcontinue wi willcontinue
continue cntinue to dash d h off of doubleleaded doubleled little littlebillets lte littlebillets
billets biet of a page pge and ond a half hatunt until he is isdragged isdrgged Isdragged
dragged drgged from frm his hlsherltge hlshermltsge hermitage by bya a brutal brutalsoldiery brtl brtlsoldiery bruthisoldiery
soldiery and SEITZ unappalled unappaled by the thoruin therin theruin
ruin rin of our Institutions inttut ns will wi be getting gettingout gettng gettngout gettingout
out a Western Westr Hemisphere Hemiphere edition editionThe editon editonrho editionThe
The New Law Lw Tenement TenementThe TcncmcntTe TeuemcijtThe
The Te Tenement House law of 1001 101 is isthe Isthe Isthe
the fifth frh which has hl been ben enacted enco for New NowYork NewYprk NewYork
York city cty Tho To first frt was wasadoptedin as adoptedin adopt di 1867 1867Each 1867Ech 1867Each
Each Ech of its successors SUCCr marked mrke a stage of ofprogress ofprog ofprogress
progress prog s in housing housig improvement Imprvement But Butnil Dutal Butall
nil al the laws prior to that thtoC of IDOL 101 failed failedto Cnie failedto
to accomplish accomplsh a complete cmplote reform rfor chiefly chieflybncuURO chiefy chieflybecause I IbccuRe
because bccuRe they wore wer framed with reference referenceto
to the lot unit unt of 25 by 100 10 feet feetwhlch which pre prevails pr provails ¬
vais vails in Manhattan ManhattanTho Manhattn ManhattnTho ManhattanTim
discredited dumbbell
Tho dlsDedited tenement tenementwas
was perhaps pcrhap as good a type typ of multi multifamily mult rntdtifamily
famiy family house as 1 it was practicable pr tcble to tobuild tobuid tobuild
buid build on a I site lito of these thee dimensions dimenion where whereland whereland whereland
land Values alue are high The Te typo t > was wasIntroduced wasIntroduced wasIntroduced
Introduced in in1879 < 1870 through a prize
in1 thrugh prie com competition cm cmpetton cornpetition ¬
petton petition for the be b beet t tenement house houseplan houe houepln houseplAn
pln plan adapted to a standard stndr 25 2 foot lot lotNo lotNo lotNo
No fewer fowerthan than 200 20 designs d lg wore wor submited submitedby submitted submittedby
by 100 architects archiet throughout thr throiighoutthe lghout the United UnitedStates UnitedStto UnitedStates
Stto States Canada nad and Great Grt Britain Dritln The ThoUrst Thefrt Tuefirst
first frt prize pre was awarded to the dumbbell dumbbellmodel dumbbel dumbbellmodel
model which thereafter thereafer forupward for upwar of oftwenty oftwent oftwenty
twent twenty years yer was copied cpie in prclcly prclclyever practically practicallyevery practicallyevery
ever every tenement erected ertd in thepopuloua thepopulouadistricts tho thepeplouadistricts pplou
dstricts dstrictsTe districtsThe districts districtsThe
The Te dumbbell dumbbl was wa in effect efet a double doublehouse doublehous doublehouse
hous house with the space s between btwen its It front frontand frontnd frontand
and nd roar rear aparenb apartments occupied oouple by y halls hallsind hai hallsand
and water watr closets coeb Each Eh floor f fl or r contained containedfour contie containedfour
four apartments npment Two To of the these faced facedthe fa facedthe
tho the street Itreet and had ha four rooms room each eachwhile eachwhie eachwhile
whie while two facing faing the te back bk yard ya had hadthree hadthcrW hadthoe
three thcrW ropma wbAlongJlie Ab eacb Aongbo jongJbc middle middleaf ddle ddleof
af of each 4 side 1 of f the building buidg buUd1ngwuan wasan wua In i inE i
E 1 o 1
dentation lUtto lt4tIc of the wall 1aI about nb abe t t twideand5otq 28 8 Inoh Inohj InohThe
1 wideand5otq Jde d OfoetIppg OfoetIppgTh
J 5J totPPJh totPPJhT j
The Th purpose of the indentation wai waito was wasto
pure to
to provide light lght and ad air ar to t thefftvo tJetve room roomon roomson
on each floor for on either side of the house housiwhich houe houewhloh housewhich
which had no windows widow on the street stret 01 01the or orthe orthe
the yard ard The Te wall wal of the adjoining adjolnlnfhouse adoining adoininghouomlght adjoininghouse
house houomlght might or ormlght might not have a corre correspending core coresponding correspondiag
spending indentation Indentton In either eiher case casethe cae caethe casethe
the result reult was wao a high narrow naow shaft shaftopen shaf shaftopen
open at thejopbut tbetop but without any ay Intake intokiof ite iteofri Intakeof
of ofri air at atthebttm the bottom Instead Intad of ad admitting adnd adInittlngfr
mitting nd Inittlngfr tgfrhalr frceh ehalr air and ad sunlight sunlgbt the te shaft shafibecame shaftb shaftbecame
became b ae a Iltgant stagnant semidark semidak air well wellwliloh wel wellwllioh
wliloh w Ioh promoted pr mot the spread spreaot of dlseasiand dlseasi die disessoandactedaaafluojncaaoofflre e ead
and ad andactedaaafluojncaaoofflre andactedaaafluojncaaoofflreTho acted Ictd as a a flue fue in case oae of fire fireTho fre freTe
Tho Te prize prze plan p i of 1879 showed th thfutility the thefutity thefutility
futility futity of attempting atemptig to t build buid a I sanitary sanltorjand sanitaryand
and at the same time commercially commercialy sue suecessful succeful suecesatul
cessful ceful tenement house houe on a 25 2 foot lot lolin loti lotin
in i Manhattan Mahattan The Te lesson leon remained remae s slong so solong solong <
long unheeded unheee because bcaue it was wa feared fearecthat ferd ferdthat fearedthat
that land values vaue would woud be b seriously seroulydi dis disturbed distuibed ¬
turbed tuzb by impairing the usefulness uofules oi oithe otte ofthe
the te established otblihe lot unit The Te most mostradical mot motraical mostradical
radical raical innovation l novaton of the Tenement TenementHouse TenementHoue TenementHouse
House Houe law of 1001 101 was that it practically practlcollabolished pratcaly pratcalyablihed practicallyabolished >
abolished ablihed this unit and ad made the erection erectiocof ereton eretonof
of dumbbell dumbbel tenements tenement impossible impossibleTho iposible iposibleTho
Tho law low of that year introduced itoduced c cwide a awide awide
wide court with wih an intake of air ai at the thebottom thobttom thebottom
bottom bttom in i place of narrow narow unventl unventllated unvent unvontilated
late lated shafts shaft and nd increased Inereae the area ae ol oltho orthe ofthe
the yard yad As A originally originaly passed P e it di directly directy directly ¬
rectly recty discriminated dicrimlnated against agantthe the use ue ol
25 foot lots 10b by providing that a 0 non nonfireproof nonfreproof nonfireproof
fireproof freproof tenement might be b carried caie up ujsix upsix upsix
six stories store on a plot 40 or more feet tet li liwidth i inwidth
width but only five fve stories store on a site with wltta wib wiba
smaller It 800n found foundhowever foundhowever
a Imaler frontage I was wa soon foud foudhowever
however that a five fve story stor house houe could couldnot couldnot couldnot
not be made to pay on the high priced pricedland prced prcedland pricedland
land of the congested conget neighborhoods neighborhoodsand nelgbbrhoo
and at the instance Intnce of the Tenement TenementHouse TenementHoue TenementHouse
House Houe Department the law lawwl was amended amendedin aended aendedIn
in 1802 1802At l 1902At 02 02At
At the present preent time tie tenements tnment of non nonfireproof nonfreproof nonfireproof
fireproof freproof construction controton may be erected erectedto eret
to a height of six slxtorle stories without reference referenceto
to the size of the lot On the other hand handthe had hadthe handthe
the requirements with regard to light lightcourts lght lghtcout lightcourts
courts cout and yards yard demand a compara comparatively compa compatvely comparatively ¬
tively tvely large silo lite in order to t obtain obti the themost them0t themost
most m0t economical and profitable proftble arrange arrangement age agement arrangemeat ¬
ment of floor foor plan The sites site now ow pre preferred proforred ¬
ferred have a width of 37 > to 50 feet and anda
a depth of 100 10 feet It is i still sti possible possibleto p01ble p01blet
to t get four apartments apartment on a a floor foor in a
25 foot house houe but the number of rooms roomshas roomshM rOomshas
has been bn reduced from fourteen to twelve twelveThe twelveTe twelveThe
The Te traditional traditonal lot unit is I used ued only onlywhere onlywhere onlywhere
where site cannot be to together together
a larger lager canot b pieced pieed t ¬
gether Only 5 per pr cent of ofthe the tenement tenementhouses tenementhoue tenementhouses
houses houe erected erectd during duing the eighteen eighteenmonths eighten eightenmonths eighteenmonths
months covered by Commissioner Commisioner ROB ROBERT ROBERT RoBERT ¬
ERT W DE FORESTS report repor were on I
25 foot lota lotaTho iot iotThe
The typical typica new law la tenement tnement seen in inManhattan InMahatan InManhattan
Manhattan Mahatan is i not only a larger house housethan houe houethan housethan
than the discarded dicarde dumbbell dumbbl but its itsapartments Ib itsapartments
larger containing five fiveand fiveand
apartments aparment are cntaining fve fveand
and four rooms room instead Intead of four and three threerooms threeroom threerooms
rooms room The present preent law calls cals for a awater awater awater
water closet coset in every ever apartment Space Spacehaving Spac Spacehaving
having to to be b set aside lde for this thi purpose purposethe purposethe purposethe
the extra etra room and cost ct required require for forputting forputtng forputting
putting puttng in i a bath is i relatively relatve small smallConsequently smwMequenty smalliozequently
Consequently Mequenty 90 9 per pr cent cnt of the new newhouses newhoue newhouses
houses houe have completely cmpletly equipped equipp private privatebathrooms privatebthroom privatebathrooms
bathrooms bthroom removing the popular ppular dis distinction di distinotion ¬
tinction tincton which formerly existed ex existedbetween existedbetweena tedbetwcn tedbetwcna between betweena
a flat fat and a a tenement tenementTho teement teementThe tenementThe
The social socia and sanitary sanitay beneBte bn ben lt tlta that thatwill thatwU thatwill
will wU inevitably Inevltbly accrue from the new newlaw newlaw newlaw
law tenement cannot canot be b appraised appraie too toohighly to tohighly toohighly
highly It I will wl make mae cheerful cherful com comfortable cm cmfortble cornfortable ¬
fortable fortble and wholesome wholoome dwellings dwelng the thorule therule therule
rule instead intead of the exception excepton while whilefamily whie whiefamiy whilefamily
family famiy ties te will wi be strengthened strenghened through throughthe thrugh thrughthe throughthe
the increase Increae in the average size of the thehome thehome thehome
home homeMore homeMore
More oro Talk by Mr Jlr Chamberlain ChamberlainMr
Mr CHAMBERLAIN CHAMBERLIN continues contnue to talk talkalong tlk tlkalong talkalong
along the line IneoC of his pet project projet but his histalk hi histalk
talk tlk does doe not seem som to effect efet any ay notable notableclarification notablecaifcton notableclarification
clarification caifcton of his hi proposals He would wouldappear wouldappear wouldappear
appear to be b engaged engage in an an effort elor to con convince convince convinco ¬
vince one group of English Englih people pople that thatblack thatblack thatblack
black is i white whie while whie trying trylg to convince convinceanother convinc convincanother convinceanother
another group that white whit is i black This Thissystem Thi Thissystem
system B ltem of operation opraton may be b successful successfulas succCul succCula
as a a means mel of befuddling be Cuddlng the brains brail of ofhis oChis ofhis
his hearers hearer but discrepancies dicrePlcle appear appearwhen appar apparwhen appearwhen
when the respective repectve arguments ar ument8 are lined linedupalongside lne linedupalongalde
upalongside up alongide each other otherFor otherFor otherFor
For instance Iltace in a recent speech Ipeech at atWelbeck atWelbck atWolbeck
Welbeck Welbck Abbey Abby where his hi words wors were wereaddressed wereaddreed wereaddressed
addressed addreed mainly mninl to t < farm laborers laborer he hosaid hesaid hesaid
said that his hi proposed propoed duty of two twoshillings twoIhUig twoshillings
shillings IhUig a quarter quarr on corn and ad a afive afe afive
five fe per pr cent cent duty on meat dairy dairyproduce dairyproduce dairyproduce
produce poultry eggs egg and fruit fruitmight fruitrght fruitmight
might rght slightly slghty raise raie the price of the thearticles theartcle thearticles
articles artcle affected afect It I is i quite quit safe sae to toassume toasume toassume
that it will do
assume asume wl so notwith notwithstanding notwithstding notwithstanding ¬
standing stding Mr CHAMBERLAINS ClAMBERLINS reluctance reluctanceto reluctce reluctceto
to admit it Yet almost before bfore the thoecho theoho theecho
echo oho of this uncertain uncerain declaration delartion has hasdied ha hasdied I
died dio away he announces announCe the watchword watchwordof watchwordofhls I
of ofhls his hi now policy polc as 1 More Moroprofltfortho Moroprofltforthofarmer profit proft for the thofarmer thefamer
farmer famer more employment for the la laborer labrer Iaborer ¬ i
borer brer and cheaper food for his family familyIn famiy famiyIn I
In the same speech spech he atte stated that there therewas therewa therewas
was wa no substantial subttal decrease decree in the price priceof
of bread for thirty thlrt years year after afer the repeal repealof repea
of the Corn laws Yet he holds hold that thatrepeal thatrepal thatrepeal
repeal repal responsible reponible for throwing onehalf onehalfof onehal
of Englands Eglads agricultural agiculura laborers labrer out outof outoC outof
of employment and ad for a shrinkage shrinkge of
50000000 000 bushels buhel a year yea in Englands Englandscorn Englds Engldscom
He notes the fall in the
crop not fal price priceof prie prieoC priceof
of corn to twentysix shillings shUlngsa n quarter quarterat quarer quarerUat
Uat at which price it cannot bo b produced producedat prouced proucedat
at a proft profit But ho argues arge that a duty dutyof dutyof dutyof
of two shillings shilng a I quarter about six sixcents sixcent sixcents
cents cent a bushel will wi restore retore Englands Englandsagriculture Englandsngriculture Englandsagriculture
agriculture to its is earlier ealer status statusThere statusThcre statusThere
There is i no doubt that tlat a man of Mr MrCHAMBERLAINS MrCUAMBEULUS MrCHAMBERLAINS
CHAMBERLAINS CUAMBEULUS calibre caibre is i privileged priviege to tobo tobe tobo
bo as Inconsistent and as a illogical iogic as a he heset he6C hesees
6C sees set fit ft but some Bore of his hi arguments argment lead leadto led ledto leadto
to a suspicion that ho hei hots is working a good gooddeal goo gooddeal
deal dc 1 of mismatched m matche cause cuse and ad effect effectIf efet efetI effectIf
If I byeelections byeelectons are any an guide gide the Eng English Englih English ¬
lish lih people pople seem som to be b well wcl aware awae of the theweakness thoweallC theweakness
weakness of the Chamberlain
weallC Chambrlain arguments argumentsDuring argument argumentsDuring
During Durng the fifteen ffen months month which have havepassed bavep havepassed
passed p sed since sinc he sprang his hi scheme on ontho onthe onthe
the public publo there th re have occurred ccure twenty twentyfive twentyfve twentyfive
five fve such elections eleton Mr CHAMBERLAINS CHAMBERLAINSpolitical CUAMBERLIS CUAMBERLISpltc C1rMnERLtiWspolitical
political pltc opponents oppnenb have retained retine the theseven theseen theseven
seven seats set which they held at that time timeand tme tmead timeand
and ad have gained ten others other from the theConservatives theCn theConservatives
Conservatives ConservativesAn Cn rvatve rvatveAn
An Eeopua EoJm EBOI S despatch depath to t the Baltimore BaltimoreSun Batmre Batmreu BaUimorrue
Sun u ue gives gVC this thl Information ifonto aa a to t the t chro chronology chr chronology ¬
nology of two letters leltel of acceptance acceptanceWhen acptC
When It i was Announced Afoulcd that b the Republican Republicandocument nepublla 8epubllcdocument
document alen would not 1blued b Issued until ulUSI Sept20 Sepi 2 10 Judge JUdreHl
t =
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PaitUi det rnitned ith al pzibL r i fist IPt plan iad iadsend
end ndo out his I hlowa own D letter Ieit first Dr Now Nqwbwe however howevertumor howeverrumor e
tumor rmor has retched Rosemounttbat the President PresidentepUtlo Prcaldeoeplitle
I e eoun to JrCten JrCtenepte
epUtlo epte u t to be b s lent nt I out ou S S Sept l 1J and an Judge lURixhopes PAaDah lURix Jsaazfthopes
hopes h tab t thl date dao Is Lsoorrecl correct cree and dw will not nt bo b changed changedHe ebaed ebaedHe changedIf
He If would wuld hive hveb been sorry to havebeeneompelle havebeeneompelleby hvebeencmplld hvebeencmplldby have been compelled compelledby
by Us h devotion devotin to t th the Irt proprieties prpdetCIO to make mae public publlhis pblo pblohI publicbLi
his hI letter leUeol of acceptance aoplce before tr that tb ol Ur r ROOMVELT Ro ROOM 80051VILT
VELT Vabcausohe becausebe becue be very ver muchwanUto much wa wnta 10 look lok ove ovethe over overtbe overthe
the Republican nepubl a pronouncement prnounoemenl and d II necessarymake nes necessary noceuazymake
make mae answer uo to some Ime puta pot of It ItHi IIJe ItII
Hi Je II hopes hp to t Incorporate Inorrolo these Ibu answers alswer In I hi hiown hi hIs hIsown
own letterso leUera that tb hi hLleHer his letter will wl embody embdY evcrythlni evcrythlnihe evertblr evertblrhe
he cares car to say to t t the American Aere people pple up to t th thtime the tbetie thetime
time tie he Issues bC It 1 If I the Republican lepuble letter were V Vfollow t to tofollow
follow toUw his hi btsbe he might mleb have to t make mae a speech apeh In order ordeto orderto
to 0 make clear his hi views viewsIf viewsIu
If Iu as reported reprd President Preident ROOSSTELT nOIBTT project projecttbo prJecU prJecUtho projectstho
tho Republican lepubUC epistle epile upon upn Sept 12 the Judge wll wlldelay wU wUdea wIU wIUdelay
delay dea the Issuance 1ee of his presentment preentmen probably prbabl to toa for forweek fora
a week or ten days dATunUI until he has bad time tie to t read rea I Icarefully U UcoetUy Iicarefully
carefully coetUy and ad reply rep to any ay arguments arument or statement statementof
of belief ble which may ma seem aem to demand dem d refutation refutationThwo retlalon retlalonThee refutationThese
These Thee delays d laya may be prudent prdcnt but the theare they theyare theyare
are scarcely scarcelyinspiring elylsplrg Inspiring If I Judgo PARKER PARKR i ito I Is Isto
to t state stt and ad define defne clearly celly hie belief blef and ad his hlipolicy hl hispoUoy
policy pIoy the te sooner he does do It tho bettor beter Il Ilhis If Ifhis
his hi letter lellr of acceptance acptc is not a a great gt 1m 1mProvement i Improvernent
Provement prvement upon upn his speech speh of acceptance acceptancehla ncplc
his W views will w1 continue eontiue to t be b wrapped wrappe itnebulosity it I innebulosity
nebulosity nebulosiy or ho will w1 havo hve to t explain cplni or on onlarge e onlarge
large his letter of acceptance accoptce He is i not nolto nott notto
to t answer aswer ROOSEVELT but to tsp speak for foihimself forhlll forhimself
himself hlll HU Hi letter lettr should Iliould be lighted Ighla will willplain wllhplon withplain
plain plon daylight daylght not the ambiguous ambiguou twilight twillghlof twight twightof
of Wolferts Wolert Roost RoostTHE RoostTIlE ost ostTHB
Its It Vote at the Coming Election Eleotan and ml tb tbPercentages the tbePereentee thePercentae
Percentages Pereentee of farmer armer Yean YeanTo YearsTo car
To THE EDIToR OP Tun TUI Bus SusSfr sir Your Youiarticle Yourartclo Yourarticle
artclo article on New York State In your OUr paper pnpcof pnpr pnpror paperof
of last Wednesday leaves us all al Republican Republicanand Republicansand
and Democrats Democrat alike alke the Inalienable Innlenable right rlabto rlahtt rightto
to t pay our money mone and take our choice hoi hoithis hOl how howthis
this ths State Stat will wl vote at the election electionWhy elocton eloctonWhy oloctionWhy
Why not estimate estmate the result reult scientifically scientificallyTha scientfcaly scientfcalyThe
The average percentage of Increase Inorele In the thivote thevote thevote
vote nverale from one on Presidential Prl81dental election electon to th thnext the thenext thenext
next beginning beelnnlnl with 1880 IS8i has hal been 81 11 pe pecent per percent percent
cent This would woule give aho a poll pol of lOTlJflS I01 93 for foitho tortbo forthe
the State this year er The proportion proporton of th thupState the theUpStale theUpState
upState vote that IB all ni the counties countO except excepKings exceptKlnc exceptKings
Kings Klnc New York Queens Richmond Rchmond am amNassau and nndNlau andNassau
Nassau Nlau to the whole has hn been steadily steadiY do docreasing decreAlnt docreasing
creasing creAlnt and would be b for this thi year about abouBSS
585 per cent or 07P870 votes If I the per percontage perclntiE percentage
contage clntiE of Roosevelts oosevlts majority for Governor Uovernoin UovernorIn
in these tee counties countes In 1808 bo taken as n a basis baslsthat bMlsthat basisthat
that being an election electon free from the thp sllveiIssue silver sl silverissueIt vpr vpr18suelt
Issue 18suelt It would give Ilvo a Republican epublcln majority majorltof majoriy majoriyof majorityof
of 121801 to be offset ollet by New York 0 0take Or Ortake Ortake
take Odells Odell OdeIlspercentago percentage percentale Inl902lkewlseacain Inl902lkewlseacainpalgn Inl902lkewise a cnm cnmpalgn
palgn without unusual unuHuallncldenJ Incidents und It would woulgive wouldIve wouldgive <
give Ive a majority of T08500 O o for the city cl to over overcome OVlr OVlrcome overcome
come Can It be done in either eltherce ca case e Hue Huefigures Such Buchiurel Suchfigures
figures iurel are of course coursE supposing suppo lni that nl nlvoters al all allvoters
voters are safe and sane and do as 08 the tinfigures theflure thefigures
figures flure say they ought to do doMany doManypeple doManypeople
Many Manypeple Manypeople people however lose sight slih of tin tinfact the thetact thefact
fact that the rural counties counte of this State St anbout are areabout areabout
about the most overwhelmingly ovefvhelmlnily Republican Republicanportion Republcan Republcanporton Republicanportion
portion porton of the country countr Pennsylvanians may maypride maypride maypride
pride themselves on their thllr large Republican Republicanmajorities Republcnn Republcnnmnorlt Republicanrnitjoritlei
majorities mnorlt but subtract lubtrRct Philadelphia Phiadelphia with withIts withtt withits
Its tt 100000 100 plurality pluraly and the country districts districtsdo
do not compare with those th08eof of this thl State out outside outIldo outside ¬
side Ildo of our great reRt city cityThe cityThe cityThe
The Democrats Democrat have carried the State Statethree Statethree Statethree
three times tmc since 1800 but each lnch time tme by the theaid theaid theaId
aid of stayathome Republicans Republcan8 In 1B01 1B01Fassett 1801Fasset isoiFassett
Fassett Fasset had 11GSR2 1 R2 fewer votes vole than Harrison Harrisonbad Harrisonbad nrrl80nbad
bad three years year before while whlo Flower Flwer came camewithin cnmewihin camewithin
wihin within 53072 6302 of Clevelandsvote It I was wastho wa wasthe
tho 87000 S70 stayathome Republicans Republcans up the theState theState I IState
State that defeated him himClevelands blmCleelandf himClevelands
Clevelands Cleelandf vote vot in 1802 showed showe about aboutthe aboutthe aboutthe
the natural Increase Inoreae over that of four tou years yearsbefore rea yearsbefore
before beore but Harrison ran behind his 1848 IS 8 vot votby vote voteb voteby
by b nearly 41000 410 Had his full rul vote been beenout beenout beenout
out ho would have hvebepn been elected electedJudge electedJudge electedJudge
Judge Parker carried tho State in 1807 1807with t807with 1897with
with but 3300 330 votes more than Bryan had the theyear theyeor theyear
year before when hen he was 1 defeated doreate by over overa oVlr oVlra
a quarter of a million millionIt mUlon I
< It 1 the Republican Republcan management manalement goes Ioes after aftertho aCer aCertho afterthe
tho various committeemen commiteemen up the State with witha wih wiha
a big stick stc and makes mak > them see to It that thatthe thatthl thatthe
the thl voters voler are are brought brouaht out on election electon day daythey da datbe daythey
they tbe need neo not fear for the outcome outcomeThere outcomeThere outcomeThere
There Is I more dls disaffection lecton among the rank rankand rankand rankand
and Ue le of the Democracy than tha is noted under undernewspaper underneW8paper undernewspaper
newspaper scare fCe heads head It I shows Itself Itelf In Inconfidential Inconfdlntnl Inconildontial
confidential confdlntnl chats cbal with wlb Uncle Josh and Uncle UncleBl undoSi
Bl This one has ha ene ne grievance that one oneanother onoanother oneanother
another and It Indicates a condition condUlol us ni poli politicians pol politicians ¬
ticians tclang understand understnd that Is almost useless usd to tocombat 10combat tocombat
combat Indeed the campaign in this part partof partot partof
of the te State thus far rlr has Illf more the th appear appearance appearInce appearance ¬
ance Ince of the MortonHill Morton11 contest contet than any anyof nnyorrocentyeaa anyotrocentyears
of orrocentyeaa otrocentyears recent years C M J JWAYLAXn JW JVAYIAsn
It llt It Growing Gro1lne hardier lanhe and Logins Kven Kventhe Bnnte Frcnthe
the te Little Litle Melody ilelod Left Lef In It ItTo I ItTo i
To TH 701 EDITOR or 01 Tnz Sun SUSfr SuNSfr Sir Is I It true lr that thatthe tha thatthe
the New York voice Is steadily stdl crowing louder loudershriller louderabrler loudershritler
shriller abrler more mor strident strdenl more raucous raucousAn rauoust rauoustA raucousAn
An A observant obenat New ew Yorker says 3S so s tie le rails cal atten attention attenlIon len lenlon ¬
modulated round toned tonedvoice lonedolc tonedvoIce
lIon lon to t the rarity raly of a well rund
voice olc In either man ma or woman woma The notes of the theJay theJay theJay
Jay and the crow crw are frequent treuenl he maintains mlntln but butthose buttbose butthose
those of the thrush tlrlh are rare rareOf rre rareot
Of course CUT this Ibi pad d fact tat Is I chiefly chel due to elevated elevatedtrains oletrdtr elevatedtraIns
trains tr ns and electric electrc surface surfae cars csr It I was bad ba enough enoughIn
In the tl0 days of horse cars car and rumbling buses busesuniting bu buunllnr buaeunItIng
uniting unllnr to make mlle the noise nol of a great city cl Hut lutnow Uutnow Hutnowwlth
now nowwlth with wlb three Ibre or tour lines lnes of thunder ten or twelve twelvemiles hnhemUe twelvemiles
miles mUe long and ad eternally elernl striking with 1lh the hammer hammerof
of Thor Thr and ad then on the surfsrc ten thousand thousandsmall IbousandImaU thousandsmall
small ImaU thunders accompanied acomrnled by all al the th din of Cnl Cnlnese Ch CbInese
nese nee gongn ronrebow bow can anybody anOdY expect voices olrt to be below hew below
low w and d sweet sweettThe awceUTe sweetThe
The Te street voice olre Is I absolutely abslulely useless IsdtM unless unlmsheard unlI unlessbeard
heard above aOve tbe voice olco of the machines mahlnc And M Mpeople 1 1pple o opeople
people pple talk themselves tbemshu purple In the face and raw rawIn rawIn rawIn
In the throat thral They rhe strain their vocal cords crds they theyget Ihpyret I1uyget
get hoarse hars and stay hoarse hoarseIf hore horeI
If I something smelhlnl Is not done aseltrrsjiecttng a self r strllr person personwill pefn pefnwi personwill
will wi perforce prtore resort rtsrt to pad and anl pencil pnel or the deaf deafand det detad deafand
and ad dumb alphabet alphabetMaybe alphabetMaybe alphabetMaybe
Maybe some sme future generation reneallon will wil be b happy happyIn
In a New Ne York ork where everything eVellhlnr Li L run rn on rubber rubbertires rbber rbberlr rubbertIres I
day that will bet How much muchbetter murbbettr muchbetter
tires lr What Wlat a great ceat lba 1
better bettr the uniform unlton rubber rbber tire lre than the universal universalvoice unllcra universalvoice I
voice olce tlrel tlrelAs trel trelA lIrelAs I
As A It Is I In this thi admitted admiled Babel of Manhattan ManhattanIsland Mnlall Manhattan1land
Island where possibly t > slbl every ever spoken spken language languageunder laruaco languaounder
under unde the sun Is I In dally daly use us one ole must seek sek the Hieforeign thefoteln
foreign colonies olonle or maybe some sme dagos dalos fruit fruitstand trll trllslad fruitstand
stand slad for any a musical note In the great ctal volume volumeof volumeS volumeSof
of hound bund Italians 1alan Spaniards panlar and Greeks fumhh fumhhsome fumlaliaom
some Ime aom soft tI Southern voices voies and n1 now and ad then ono onohas onou onebu
has u occasion occ0 to marvel manell at the sweet 81eel voice olct of a Scan Scandinavian ScandiasylanPerbapa ¬
dinavian dlnvlprhap diasylanPerbapa perhaps of some Imc maidservant mnldernl The Theliquid Thelquid TheliquId
lquid liquid tonguetimbre lonrelmbre of some me of these working1 working1girls worktn worktngIrls rkll
rlrl girls of that lht nationality nslonll recalls recAl Ibo triumph Irumph of ofJenny orJenl ofJenny
Nilsson The fair haired daughters daughtersot
Jenny Jenl Und Lnd or Nis far daulhter daulhterot
ot Aurora urra and the Norse Kings Jnrs seem to Inherit Inberl a avoice awIr avoIce
voice wIr that Is charming chenlnr whether on platform Ialom or a ahumbler ahumbler ahumbler
humbler stage of life le A t flaw Nlw YORK Oa WOMAN WOUANNEW WOMAN2ZW OIAN OIANNw
NEW YORK Aug Aurnelc 22 22Itellcs 22RelIcs
RelIcs nelc of the Civil CIYI War WarTo WarTo WarTo
To THK TIZ EDITOR CDIR or TUB T I SUN SUNt sir Among Amont the theeffects Ibeetect theeffects
effects etect of my late lle stepfather I find a book bk contain containing cnlaln cnlalnIne containtnt ¬
tnt a collectlonVf cleclon t some sme live hundred or more Iore civil civilwar ch11war cIvilwar
war envelopes envelop unused and no two 110 alike aike These Theseenvelopes fbeseevelopes theseenvelopes
envelopes evelopes which were extensively utenlvdy used led scd In the tbeNorth IbeNorh theNorth
Norh North during the civil cvi war have printed prled upon upn them themusually tbel tbelurlh themusualir
usually urlh In colors clors pictures picturs of the heroes here ot that thatstruggle Ibaslrr1e thatstruggle
slrr1e struggle cartoons carons denouncing scorning snlnr derid deriding derd deridimir ¬
ing 111 and making fun tn of otlhe the South ulh vivid vllldplelures vllldpleluresot pictures picturesot
ot many ma men > notable l ble war scenes scnr such as a the attack alsck on onFort onFor onlort
Fort For Kumter umle tbe death of Ellsworth Elsworh and ad other otherscenes olberent otherscenes
scenes scenesI ent
I am n particularly ranlculal Impressed Imprd with tbe keen wit witthe wl wItthe
the fund of good rod humor and d the exceedingly ueedlnrl clever cleverconceptions cenr cenrcneeplons cleverconceptions
conceptions cneeplons displayed dlplled In I thti collection oleelol One en envelope envelop envetope ¬
velope velop In particular rsrlclar was M strikingly slrklncl prophetic prpbeUc In Inone 11 11one Iaone
one comer comt are two youngsters OUlr6cr flgbtlng nrhlnr vigorously vigorouslyone vlrorus vlrorusole
ole one carrying orlnr the Stars Star and ad Stripes Slrp the other the tbeStars IbeStar theStars
Star Stars and a nd Bars Ba Beneath Inealb this Ills picture are the words wordsAs word worthAs
As It Il Is Below lelow Is another aolber and larger scene Iene It Itrepresents I iirepresents
repru represents nl a guardian rardla angel arel holding one flag and andbending ad adbencnr andbending
bencnr bending bippUy ISppUy over oi a cradle trdle In I which the same sametwo se setwo seineIwo
two youngsters rounrlter are ar sleeping Iluplr wrapped wrappd In each eachothersarms eachothers ah aholher
olher others othersarms ar areas I Below Ilo Is printed prnled As It I will wi be bebok bebook The Thebook
bok book teems with wlh examples exmples of war time lme earnestness earnestnesslevity eamelne earnestnesslevity
levity and ad spirit aph1 J W v Wntonr WntonrLos wiuawrto RIOH
Los Ll to ANOILI ANO1LIsCl ANOKLES Cal Cl Aug A t 17 17A 11A 17A
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yesterday el rd of the tbedelay delay ot President Predcnt Roosevelts Rooseveltsrain JOvells JOvellsa Rooseveltstrain
rain a the Assanplnk Aanrlnk was coldly cldly referred rfere to aa a aIttle amie alIttle
mie lIttle Ittle stream on Ibo Trenton nllon aide called c led Assanplnk Assanplnkreek AplnkCrk AssanplnkCreek
Crk Creek CreekSurely reek reekSurely
CrkSrly Surely Srly this thi stream sr m which was wa not too t small smallo smallo5VO to toave tosave
ave 5VO Washington ulllrtl and ad andbts bis bl army a arm and ad as an lleI Inevlta Inevltaite Inevitabie
ble ite consequence eouenc American Amrrra Independence Indepndenc U I de deervlne deler deserving
serving ler of greater distinction dlllcUn and d esteem plem In InMint InJlnt litpoint
Jlnt point Mint of historical hlttt1 Importance Impraee Irnportancedoe does do It I not no rival r1a tb tbludson the thl1udn theliudon
ludson 1udn or tbe Delaware Dl DelawareTRIXTOX wa T U UT 0Tm
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The Sentiment elsa of Enlightened Boa Boacrncr SoUtlt SoUtlterner
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erner on 01 theSubject theSubjectto te the subjet subjetTo ubjeot ubjeotTo
to THB THBEDITon Epiion or Trtjs TBBuBlr Bow Bus81r Bir I Iwan Iwanto w want wantto n nto
to thank you u for your youescele excellent t editorial ealtorlncomment olorllt olorlltcomment editorialcomment
comment In this mornings SUN Bt on the letter letterof letwrot lettersof
of two apologists apolOllst for lynching 1 alee aleewih irei ireiwith i iwith
with wih every word you say alY although nlhou I I wa waborn was wasborn a aborn
born In the South ofa ot 181aveholdlnl a slaveholder family familyand famiy famiyandhavepoaedmore familysndhavepasedmore
and andhavepoaedmore sndhavepasedmore have passed more than half hal of my In fifty fiftynine CUyntne flftynine
nine years yea south of Mason and Dixons Dlonl line lineLynching lne lneLTnchlnl1s lineLynching
Lynching LTnchlnl1s Is not confined confne to the South no noare nor norare norare
are the victims vicim always alvysneioe negroes although althouglIn albaulh albaulhIn
In defending derondlnl the crime special reference I Inearly II IInearly iinearly
nearly always alwaYI made to the lynching Iyncblnl of ne negroes nogroes >
groes as was done by the two corro corrospondents corroapoiulents
a apoiulents spondents loe8 ndent8 whoso letters leters led 10 to your rourel roureltorili edl edltorlsl editonal
tonal Those letters contain sentiments sentmentl sentimentswhIch entlmentiwhich
torili wh which Qh seem Ioem to be Inspired Inplre by the spirit spiritof IPlrltor
of the Dark Aces Acesous One or the Dostdaner DostdanerOU8 most danger dangerous
ous and revolting AIfB features ot lohlnl lynching Is Isthat Isthat
that nearly revoltnl always reatrel boys still sti In their hei teens teeniaccompany tenl tenlIcompanr teensaccompany
accompany the bowling blaspheming Ila8phemlni mobs mobsThis mobsThl mobsThis
This Icompanr Is I not no simply nn In occasionaloccurrence occasionaloccurrenceboth occaslonalocureloe occaslonalocureloeI
I have wUnesed witnessed two Iynchblfl lynchixgs one ot 1 a anegro
negro the other af two whie white inca In Inboth inboth
both both cases cae8 boys were present preent who aw no noseem not notloem notseem
seem to be more than 0 or 10 years ear old oldwhile oldwhie oldwhile
while loem whie In one case In a largo lar4 city ciy nalrtbi nalrtbimob baf bait the tbemob themob
mob seemed to be composed of minors mlnor Wbnt Wbnta n ha han bat bata
a demoralizing s8ml experience compose for those with withwhom wltl wltlwhom Ith Ithwhom
whom demoralEng the future of the republic rpublo must mut ret restlA retA reeIA
A very common onlnon plea of the apologist apologist11that apolorlt apolorltthat La Lathat
that through the chicanery of the law de delays dolays
lays new trials Ac o the Ily guilty may mlY escape escapeyet ecje ecjeelln escapeyet
yet elln In nineteen cases cnse out of twenty the lynchei lyncheiIn Iyelle Iyellehal lyncItehas
hal has not a dollar nor an Innuontal influential rr frienu frienuin end endIn
In the world dolar and If there Is fair fairly y strong stronl cit clrcumstantinl cl citoumstantial
cumstantinl evidence evldcneeaalnt against him he is cer certain certalu ccitam
tain tam oumstantal to be hanged by the law When nj njsometimes as assometimes
sometimes HomeU happen a man belonging to aj an anInOuenUl1 aninfluentIal
c a belonlnl
InOuenUl1 Influential family wantonly Illntoll murders murderl an ob obecure obcure obacute
cure fellow citizen there Is no talk of lynch lynchIng Iyoh IyohInl lynching
Ing Inl though telow nobody cltzn expects I him to be hanged hangedLynching hnle hangedLynching
Lynching thoulh from noboll whatever point It Is viewed viewedis vleweIs
is Iynohlnl un abhorrent relic of barbarism abso absolutely absolutelywithoutexcuse
In bubarlm
lutely lutelywithoutexcuse without withut excuse relo J M MYONKFIIS MYONKFRS MYosKas
An Old AbolitIonist Aboltonlt Favors the Tr Trn Trnportton Trani Traniportatlon n nporUtlon
porUtlon portton of r the te Race Ree to Africa AfricaTo Arrc AfricaTo
To THE EDITon or THE SUN SUNSir Sir1 I o oconvinced am amconvinced sinconvinced
convinced that the great Ieat mass of the South Southern Bouthtrn Southem
ern trn em people pople are as a humane have hae as o high hlglideals hi highideals lb lbIdeal8
ideals of morality moralty as a tbo great Ieat mass ma of their thelbrethren thei theirbrethren
brethren in the North and West Wet We forge forgethat forgetthat
that confronting conrrontng them Is an awful awul problem problenwhich problemwhich problemwhich
which to us u of the Northern States stte Is i com comporatvely comparatlvely cornparatvoly
poratvely unknown unknoln a problem the solution golutloiof 80lutlonot
of which becomes become more difficult with ever everpassing evert evertva8slng eYorpassing
passing year It is the question Quctlon of the thinegro thenegro
negro and his future place In the clvllutattoi clvllutattoiof clliaton clliatonor
of America IB be to become a part par of us ushelr u usheir
heir to our destiny I partaker In our Joy ant antresponsibility and andreponlblt andresponsibility
responsibility reponlblt detny Is s he to be absorbed in our ouirace ourrace ourrace
race or is ho to dwell beside us IIn usin in every way wnjdistinct waTdistinct waydistinct
distinct and conscious of his Inferiority InferiorityThere Interiorty InteriortyThero InferiorityThero
Thero Is I no 10 record reord In II history hltory of two raceiso races racesso racesso
so widely wide different dwelling dwetnl side sid Ido by side sldtunder sideulder sideunder
under ulder the same civilization civizaton where genera generaadmixture leneral leneraladmixture general generaladmixture
admixture of blood did not ultimately ultmltely occur occurYou occurYou occurI
You I ou find fnd it so 10 In Spain in all Northern Africa AfricaIn Arica AricaIn
In the countries countrie of Spanish America Amerl a and the theWest theWet theSest
West Wet Indies Indll Against Alaint tho thought of this thisfate thlltalc thisfate
fate the South struggles Itruule but her hpr destiny defim may maybo mlUbu maybe
bo read In II the I he history hitory of the put There Thee is isbut I Ibut Ibut
but one method of escape escapeI Ocape OcapeI
I have very vry gradually come to believe beleve that thatthin thatthl8 thatthis
thin reversion r verlon to barbaric ferocity Is ie8en ie8enlalydle essen essentially essentlaliydue ¬
tially lalydle tlaliydue due to the subconscious subconclou8 antipathy of the thetwo thetwo thetwo
two races In the Southern States It is not nt a aconscious acon aconscious
conscious con cloul ICS antipathy anlpalhy Tho Georgian protest protestto prtst I Ito
to you that he docs dos not hate hat the negro nnd andhe nndhe nndhe
he tells you OU the truth lrlh Ills feeling felnl toward towardthe towar towardthe
lels I
the Individuals I who are In relation reilton to bis hlaue hlslife hlslifeis life lifeIs I
Is precisely that which hlch one tests lol toward a afavorite afa afavorite
favorite fa horse hore or hound houndnot houndnotlove not love 10vJ not respect respectman re8pcj re8pcjI re8pcjsimply respectsimply I
simply vorle the Iklnl liking which every Kind find hearea heareaman beaned beanedman
man has ha for creatures far ever below him who whoendowed wbQendowed wh whendowed
endowed with something approaching approchlnl mind mindsometimes mindlometme mm mmsometimes
sometimes look up to him trust him obey obeyWhether obeyhlmJ obeyhim
lometme hlmJ him sere serve him I uj r the t do dog aplred aspired to equallYJ equality equalityif
Ir tne time bound turnd turned wol wolf atpathy antIpathy Wouid Wouidmerge oula oulamerle
merge Into haired and cruelty crueltyWhether
cruely cruelyWhether
merle Whether rightly or wrongly whether whetherfounded whetherroundpd whetherfounded
founded on ignorance rlrhtly and prejudice prejudic or based basedon baed baedon
on an Intimacy Intmacy that gets at the truth lrtb the fact factof fao factremains
remaln remains that whenever you OU let get Into ihe he bear heart heartof
of the average Southerner Southerer you OU find Ind that as a amatter aPlater amatter
matter of fact he regards relad the great grat mass mos of ofthe orthe ofthe
the Plater blacks about him as without wihout more mor than thantho thantho thanthe
tho faintest rudiments rdlmenta of those thoe moral mor In Instincts Inalnotl instinots ¬
stincts which underlie the ethical nature natur of ofthe 01the ofthe
the alnotl white race Imagine a race of talking talkinggorillas taklnl talkinggorillas
gorillas who rac have changed the treetop tretop for forthe forthe forthe I
the Iorla cabin and have attached atnched themselves themsl to tothe t tothe
the species above them as n a rule rle faithful faUbrl1 to toa t toa
a trust spcies as a mastiff is faithful talhrul but apt to t re relopso relaPlo relapse
lapse laPlo as 1 the mMtt shepherd dog occasionally ocoalonlY and andfor andfor andfor
for a night nllht relapses rell1e8 and degenerates degeneraleslnt into a awolf awol awolf
wolf living In a lubricity that Is unconscious unconsciousofshame unconclou unconclouor8half
ofshame wol or8half lving steeped slepd in conceit onclt ambitious abitoul only onlyand ony onlyto
to gratify lusts and sald satisfy avpettOI appetite ani and andadorn
t adorn iratf themslves themselves wih with bright colrd colored rap rapand ragsand
and tags cruel cre as al the thl tiger tier Is cruel cre being beingwhoso belnpWh080 beingswhose
whoso taes males arcsometimes arolometmes able to dash out outthe autthe outthe
the brains of a white hle man with wih an axe le to tomurder 10murder tomurder
murder the Infant infantin In arms ans and In the th very verying Ter verybloodstained
bloodstained roam room to outaio outrage the shriek shrlekIne shriekingwifennd
ing ingwifennd wife and mother mothe motlterablo able ale to plot the destruc destruction delro dealruotlon ¬
tion of an entire family fam famIly Iy for the sake of a little littlemoney littlenioney ItUemonyi
money lon to entre kill father and mother ae and to brain brainterlng brainlittle
1110 little monyi cnldrn children ki Ilealnl pleading for their Uvel live and andthen andthen
then Instead of retrlnl retiring A as teers tigers ri retire re to tothplr totheir
their caes eaves able U to 6 go awallerll swaggering and chat cbattulng chatteririg
terlng with other apes apel to a picnic to gorge gorgethemselves goreethemselve8 gorgethemselves
themselves wlh with wih food a species lpcles of beings beingswhoso llnl beingswhose
whoso very presence makes for degeneracy degeneracyand delenrac delenracand degeneracyand
and h06 degradation presencf and who can an never DO b lifted liftedInto lied liedInlo liftedinto
Into deeradaton anything anythingelse else ele except excpt at the expense npl of ofcivilization ofclvlrtonand ofclvilleatIonand
civilization clvilleatIonand and you 01 have a Southern Souther con conception conctplon conception ¬
ception of ollhe tIme great rpat body of that buck blk popu population populalon population ¬
lation ctplon among whom they dwell dwellApparently dwellApparently
lalon Apparently amonl the South dwel feels that tht the tbepresence theprscnco thepresence
presence AJparenty of negro labor labr Is Indispensable Indispensble to toher t toher
her hlr Industrial MIO progress but but demands only onlythat oly onlythat
that In her relation relaton progeSR to the race rac she shall Ihal have havemust havei
a tree hand The North bellve8 belivee that bat the thelelO thenegro
negro must be assured In his pJtc political rlrhu rlrhulust rights rightsmust
must lelO have higher education educton and more highly highlyendowed hlihlYendowed highlyhndowed
lust endowed institutions Il8Uutons of learning and there thereare thereare I I8re
are those among us who fancy that with withthese wit withthese
these th se he will nmonl attain a degree delpe r8nCr of 0 civilization civilizationcomparable cllzton cllztoncmparable civilizationcomparable
comparable cmparable wi with Ith that of the higher hilher race raceFor rc raceFor I
For more than half a century the negro negroqupstton nelo neloQueston negroquestion
question has been one of party part and prejudice prejudiceand prrJudlo
and Queston It continues so today ta If I the only on y views viewsthat vieWIthat viewsthat
that are cntnues to t prevail preal relate relte to the negros neerol pres present present prescot ¬
ent condition cndUlon as al a I part Plt of American Americn society societythen societythen
then it may ma be taken tlken for granted that In In th thBouth thl the theSouth
Bouth tlrn I just so 10 long as the lust of the black blackman blan blackrnsn
man nenaults the honor hOlor of the white wbl woman womanor omanor
or black cupidity cupid It leads to the murder of the thewhites thehlll thewhites
whites hlll Just so long will negroes ncloes be burned blrne at atthe atthe attime
the stake Ilakel Yet lonf all n1 this wi might mllht be bl prevented preventedIf prevent
If North nnd South could culd only corns coml Into Intoharmony Intoh8rmony intoharmony
harmony There Is one complete rmplete solution solutionbut lolutlon lolutlonhut solutionhut
hut It IlUe lies only within wlhln the power of the nation nationSouthern naton natonSouthern nationSouthern
Southern statesmen Slllllmln like ikI John Jwer Temple Graves Gravesof Graveof
of Georgia Oenrla have hnl advocated 8dvoQlie thin solution Ilulon with withtongue withlonille withtongpe
tongue and pen leaders lendlrl of the negro rnoey rnoeymen ra ralen race raceitmen
men like Bishop Henry M Turner of nllo the thl th same sameBtate slm slmSiale sameState
State len lke plead Blsloll for It I its the Ih only possible tllbhl door doorof doorof I
of hope to the despised delpllld and outcast descend descendants dlIcpnd dlIcpndlnts descendsnt ¬
ants lnts snt of slaves It Is the solution 80lulon of the Exo Exodus Exodus Exodue ¬
dus It I asks that laying aside all al Questions questionof I Iof
of party put the thl national natonal Government shall shallmake Ihil shallmako
make it possible for every black man under underSO
SO malo 0 years year of JoSlble age ag < who so desire to find tnd In Africa Africathat Atrlc Africathat I
that degree of opportunity that social equal equality equalfly ¬
degpp optrtunUy equa
fly the freedom rrlom from rac rar race prejudice preJudic the thechance thehnnc thechance
chance ly hnnc for political pltclldvancpment advancement the th essen essenhels eaen essential
tlnl elerpnl eietnenta or hapllnpl happiness t to which he feels feelshe
hels ho Is entitled entted and to which In the theButh the8outh South at atany atanyrate any anyrale I Irate
rate he may mo not aspire Isplre Only In Africa Arica the thelunoof thelindof
rate lunoof ot his ancestors nnCttorl may ma the black man manfind manOnd manfind
find IIQ that reality of freedom fre dol which he desires desiresonly dtslrel dtslrelonly desiresmiy
only when wlln he hl linn gone tone nnd Ild tutu tho white labor laborof lborlaf laborof
of Europe fills 111 Ills hil place 1111 laee may lar we hone hopI to t see seelifted seelIfted ee eeIted
lifted from America Am rlolthl the stigma Shlma of lawless lawlessferocity lawlolferoclt lawlessferocity
feroclt ferocity Ited which adheres to 1 her hlr today toda todaAN
AN OLD AnoLinoNiar AnoLinoNiarNKW AnoLITINIST AnoLITINISTNlw AnoLlrIoszsrNItw
NKW Nlw Yom Aug Ali 22 22Mr 2 2ilr 22Mr
Mr ilr John Armstrong Arltrons Chanters Chanler Ace AceTo Ae AeTo AgeTo
To THE T R EDITOR or THE SUN Ru8i Sir Permit Permitmo
mc to call cll your attention atenton to a slight inaccu inaccuracy Inaocura maccuracy
racy ra In the story In YQur paper of the nth 1th of oftho ofthe ofthe
the proceedings pocelnls brought brou ht on Aug 18 last by byrny byIny bycoy
coy counsel caunsll Too 110 O Jtosenblatt JosenblaU Esq Jsq In the theFederal theJeerll theFederal
Federal Jeerll Circuit Court Cour for the Southern nit DIstrlct Dlatrlcl nittrict
trlct of New York against oialnlt Mr tr T T Sherman Shermanthe Sbera
the thl falsely alleged alelEd committee of my m person personnnd peron peronand personand
and estate eftsle In New eI York for the recovery reovery from fromsaid fromlaid fromsaid
said Sherman of over a quarter of a million milliondollars miion miiondolars milliondollars
dolars dollars of my m estate cflte In said account It was wasstated Wi Wistt wasstated
stt stated that I am now 45 4 years old whereas wherel 1 1am 1al Iam
al am not yet 42 As s the above fight feht Is I to be b to toa t toa
a finish without the slightest llhtest possibility pOlilblty of ofIts ofIt ofits
It Its being bell settled setted out of court cour without wlhout quarter quarterDither Quarer Quarereither quartereIther
either given Ilven or received receive as a thd aforesaid arortsld little littlegame lte lteIame littlegame
Iame game Is to be played to a showdown IhowdolV it be behooves beboovelmo behooves ¬
boovelmo hooves mo to neglect no smallest lllest point therein thereinmuch therclnnluch thereinmuch
much lc lees > s to lose fbUr years year thereat I shall shallbe Ihal shallbe
be obliged If you ou will wi publish pUblsh the above abov card cardJOHN cardJOlN cardJouN
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I has b been n Mi much Injudicious not no to t 17 PJ IU IUconsidered Wonslderemltn iUI
ba bee am obnudcou
I considered writing on the t eQttonortbe eQttonortbeorlrlnoftbt question of th thorigin the theI
I origin onslderemltn orlrlnoftbt of the RussoJapanese RuiJapanNIwa war that th tharticle te teatc the theI
I article atc eln in todara iaySuN SON on onth the theaubiect subject bring bringa brln brlnaiouootrelef
I a aiouootrelef lease of relief reliefRuaila reliefRussia
Russia BU lahoevr however 1 lno is not the th only On y alnnerili alnnerilitho IIDnerlnthe sinner in inI
I I the world In alt al 11 monarchsoverned monarch co goverUOd ere coon oountries coontries
about tn tnthrone the thoI thet
tries there are so many loafers loafer
t throne trletber that aO where Whe e nothing nothlnc useful u eful U I found fo fothem for torthem forI
fall tailint into mischief and bai baihand bad badhands
I I them Vo o do they theyfaUnt m her ad
hand hanc Russia has ba Its I Bezobrazoff Bezobraol but but Eng England Enl EngIced
land lald had Its South African frican promoters prolotr Ocr Ocrmany UerI
I many m aDY has ha IU It Mlrbach and all al the world know knowof knowor knowsI
tt 1lrbaoh
I of tbe men men who ho clustered olUtred round the throni throniof thone thoneor thronof
of the lost lat Napoleon Nnpolen The mistake mltke has ba been beeiin ben bentr beenI
I in treating tr the matter mater M i a If i the Russians Ul1an8 wen wenmen w were wereI ro romer
I men mcii ofxexceptlonal otex wickedness wlokene s Instead Instad o omerely of ofmerely ofI
mer eptona
I merely creatures cr atureof e of circumstances ooumtnce and sub subJect subI ub ubJect
I Ject to Influences like others othersNothing otherNothlDI othersI
I Nothing t In1uerce was more lke natural natur I than for Im Impeounloua ImpounJou imi
NothlDI wa
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fall Into the hands of Irresponsible advisers advueriand advisersand
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and speculators peculatra and to t lend the weight welebtof welebtoftbelr o otheir of ofI
I their social and political Influence to t schema schemathat schemeSI
locla poltcalnCuence
I that promised money returns roturl for the Indul Indulgenoe Indullence indulI
I genoe promise of their extravagances ntravalaoe To them th thJapanese the theJnpioee theI <
I Japanese Jnpioee lence were w ro a negligible nelllible quantity Quanty and anitheir andtheir andtheir
their own moujili o dlh simple Ilm le creatures creatue only onljfood onlytood onlyfood
food for or powder In such luch circumstances clrcumtancC i iBezobrazoff 6 6Bezobrazoff
Bezobrazoff found his opportunity but butand butlih buta1d
tOlod opprtunity
and lih here comes comeln In a point not to t be lost alchl alchlof allht allhtofwho sigbtofwho
of ofwho who were the people behind Bezobrazoff BezobrazoffWe Dezolrazol 1JezobrazoWe
We are accustomed to t speak of the 110 Emperor Kmperoiof Jmperor Jmperoror
of Itugsla Julia as a If his will wl were law but It Is II not noltrue nottrne nottrue
true even een In the la case of n I strong stronl willed wled man manwhich manwhloh ntanwhich
which there Is t no nOTean noTeason reason to t believe beleve tbe present presentEmperor preen preenEmpefor present presentEmperor
Emperor to be The Emperor Alexander Alexader 11 11a 1 11a
a man of t excellent disposItion and generout generoutImpulses geperonsimpulses
Impulses mln excelent was unable dlpolton to give them all al the theeffect t theerect e eeleot
effect Impuea eleot he desired delle Wi and In the Ilve end he fell a I vic victim VhlC VhlCtm riotilfl ¬
tim tm to t the reactionaries reactionarie who removed remov relol him hima himA mt
a A la yiMHttt HIMI when hs h was wa on the point pint oi oilaunching 0 0launobnl oflaunching
launching Russia on on the sea of constitution constitutionness ontuton ontutonalam constitutionsHam
launobnl sHam how then can we expect judcia Judicial tm tmbe firm firmness
alam J01 expt
ness and sagacious statesmanship lttmanblp where tb tbsovereign the tbeloverelin thesovereign
be IlacloUI
sovereign Is a man of facile tacle temperament teraperaraeneasily tlrament tlramentealy temperamenteasily
easily swayed by strong stronl and resolute reoluto men menand menand Incaand
ealy and surrounded surounded 8Waye by dangers danRel from both revo revolutlonarles revolutonale revolutionaries
lutlonarles and reactionaries 7 Those an anthe are arethe arethe
the lutonale two active Ictve forces fOfo renotonarle now disputing dlsputnl for the thicontrol thecontrol thecontrol
control of Russia As A yet et the mere reform reformera
era have neither a programme prOjrnmme nor the force forcior forceor
or Influence to carry y out one oneevery oneThe oneThe
Inruence t oa
The tact I is that Bussla 11 is in a crisis luch such af as asevery
every country countrystage ha has Bone through at 10m 10mftee some somestage
stage or other of Its political evolution evoluton an anwe and nndTt andwe
ftee Il tltea
we Tt should judge of her not by br what happens happensduring happen happensduring
during durlnl the crisis but by what Issues from it itAmong ItAmoll itAmong
Among the Urand Dukes Duke there are as your yourarticle yourartcle yourarticle
article Amoll says patriotic men of high Intelligence IntelligenceMore intelligenceMore i
More artcle than one patrloto of them thlm has hl beensuspected beensuspectedon b been IntelRencee n eU8Pet eU8Petand suspected suspectedand
on and even accused J or T Ttendencies radlCI radical and democrato democratotendencie dexnocratio dexnocratiotendencies
tendencies tendencie aceulc When last lat In Russia uula I had an anopportunity ano anopportunity
opportunity o of hearing an anecdote of one of ofthem atthlm oftnem
them thlm prtunty who was M returning from a stay ty at one oneof oneof
relurnlnc ole oleor
of the Continental watering places plncls At the thelast tbl thelast
last station ttlon Contnent on the German UermR trlni side Ido of the frontier frontierbefore fronter fronterberore frontierbefore
before entering ntrnl Russia Rusia be happened bappne to notice noticeonce notce notcelmon noticeamong
lmon among the passengers a univerity university prore profea profeaNor
Nor with whom plenler be was atlante acquainted and at atonce atonce
Ior Wi
once invited him to come and take tke a seat In Inhis Inb inhi
his b hi car Invit As Al the t train passed between betwen the theposts theP08tS theposts
posts that Indicated the pae frontier line lne the theGrand thBUrand theGrand
Indicatd tie fronter
Grand Duke turned to t tho professor profesor and said saidWe sad sadWe saidWe
We are Irl now In a country where a man baa ba no nohuman nohuman nohuman
human rightIt right rightsIt
It Is rliht to men conscious con ous of such conditions conditionsthat conditon conditonthat conditionsthat
that I Russia Rusll len must look lok for her ultimate ultmatf politi political pout1cal ltl ltlca ¬
cal salvation The unfortunate unrortunat Emperor EmperorAlexander EmperorAlexnder EmperorAlexander
Alexander Alexnder ca II I himself hlmser would appear to have havebeen haveben havebeen
been ben sensible lenllble of tbe true situation Ituaton InRussla InRusslafor InBu8a InBu8alr
for on one occasion ooalon when discussing dl0ualnB tbe tbechange tbechanle thechange
change he proposed inaugurating he said saidhe nldthat saidthat
chanle that rerormsll reforms Jro lnRussia ullia le mU must lnuluratnl cme come frol from above abovele aboveHe
He replred recognised t the e impossibility or their em emanatlng
le anatlng from the Itold stolid ImPIslbUty Ilorat ignorant mle muses emd an anbe and andito
he anatnl feared the doctrinaire doctrin Ire enthusiasm ntbulam of the theImpetuous tMImpetol thdimpetuous
Impetuous Impetol feaetbe students student who became heame the te victims victimsIn vlctm vlctmIn
In recent recnt rears ar of the Voble Wals Obolenskys Obolenskysand
and of D De FlehveWhatever Flehve Ilehve IlehveWhatver PlehveWhatever
Whatever Whatver the result rlul of the fermentation fermentationnow fementaton fementatonnow
now agitating Russia RUla it must be in the line lineof lne lneor lineof
of progress proKelnd proi alltllni ress and Improvement andlt will wi be bepart benot benot
not onty rl right bt but also good 11oy policy on the thepart theeart
part of America to t refrain goo from embittering embitteringRussian embltrlnl
Russian sentiment entment against this tbl country ounuy The TheIn TheRussian
RusIan Russian peple people are alalnt bound t to playa play a Irea great pat patIn part partIn
In the worlds worldl history and narrow n minded mindedhostility minde mindedhostility
hostility hOtlt to a people however much we e may
disapprove dlepvrove and nd criticise the acts and policies policiesof polcll
of their rulers ruler should ertclse find 1nd ac no place plce among amongpeople amonl amongpeoplo
people peopl enjoying the human rights rlrlt denied to tothem t toTEAVELLEU
NEw Nrw YORK YORKAul Aug 21 21THE 21THE 23THE
Their 1er CnaraoterUtlcs CharaetrlUe a Exhibited Exblhd by bythe byte bythe
the Visitors Vlitorlt to the St Loots L uii Fair FairFrom FairFrom FairProne
te Lu
From the IA Worlds WarIe Work WorkYou WorkYo WorkYod
You Yo see se Scandinavian faces faO Irish Irllh faces facesof tac facesof
of a course cour course now and then Italian Ialin faces face Hebrews Hebrewstoo Hebrewl Hebrewatoo
too t and ad German Uenan features teatur But none n ne of o theso thesoappears thl the e eappears
appears appar in sufficient luMclent numbers numbendo to disturb distub the thegeneral theaneralmprel thegeneral
aneralmprel general impression n of the prevailing prvalnl American Americanappearance Amercan Amercanapparanc Americanappearance
apparanc appearance tone and attitude atitude of mind They Theyall TeT TeTal Theyall
all al seem to be American citizens ctznl Every Everybody Everybdy Everybody ¬
body bdy has hs a manner that tht shows bow a sort of pro proprietary proprletar proprietary ¬
prietary interest in the fair and In the Re Republlo Republo RepubUo I
publlo publo Itself Ileir You hear them talk tlk about aboutwhat aboutwht aboutwhat I
what wht we are doing dolnl to teaoh the Indians or orthe orthe orthe
the Mores Mor what wht we are dolnfc dom in electrical electricaladvancement elerc electricaladvancement
adnnOment advancement what wht we are doing dlnl in naval navalpractice nval nvalpraotoe navalpractice
practice praotoe or In the propagation of flab flabJust fh fhJust fishJust
Just as the hayseed haysed mode of dress drs has haspassed haspassed
moe hs hsped
passed ped so have hve passed J d also the coarse C01 joke jokeand Jokeand jokeand
and the exaggerated manner of the period periodof
of 01 Mark Mak Twain a early books The affectation affectationof atectton atecttono affectationof
of o roughness roulhnel and of orcoreneu coarseness In speech speech or
In deportment deprtmentou deportmentyou you see 18 nothing nohnl of this tb among
the people anywhere anrher here hereBut her hereBut
But you do notice not only the acute acut pa pa8ue par partrlotsm
trlotsm triotism Indicated by their Intrest interest In the theehibit theexhibit
ehibit exhibit ot the United States Statel Government Goverment Govermentw Governmentwe
w we net few hints In political pltcal newrpapers new newepapersand
and 3 discussions disouslloni of the genuine pride pver that thatthe thntthe thatthe
the people pople feel fe 1 in our country and in our ourgovernment ourovern ourgoseritmeitti
government overn lnt but you OU discover dlcovr also tbe pass pais
Ine Ing of the tll narrower narrower provincialism provlncalam of a few fewyears fewyell fewyears
years yell ago aiB narrower Everybody Evrybodr who comes here herecountry hereoaun herecountry
country oaun ry folk and all al allhas haa an Intelligent In ¬
terest lert In the foreign forelen exhibits in IntUlent the th foreign
buildings buldlns in facts about the be life le the tb torelln work workand workand workand
and the arts art of other peoples peoplesThe peoplesThe peoplesThe
The outdoor parts of the fair hold hld their theirspprtB tbelattenton thaiattention
attenton attention to too epocl17 especially prs the th horicUtur horticulture and an
Ih the spprtB apart Appreciation AVlrelaton of manly sports
Ift II fashionable fahlonlble Sjra under unler this tils consulship cnslishp msny but lprt it I Is Isvery IsTery isvery
very genuine r nulne If I one could take takesctr a measure measureor
ot thE the dal deep chni change tht that h has come tlk In th the melure melureot char charsctSt
sctr of the people popleIay peoplesay lay since slnO the Chicago Chicagoworlds Cblclo Cblcloworlds Chicagoworlds chr chrIcr
worlds fair flirby fairby by reason of their lore lovt of ofgames ofRamp ofgames
games Ramp and contests cnlNts and sports lprt It would ould show showa
a surprising lurprlslnl g transformation IrnnlrormatonThe tFhe The Increasing Increasingoe
10 love oe of shrubs Ihrubs and flowers fower and landscape ladscap
Is an ofttold ottold story but every day one may maysee
see hundreds hundrel of evidences evlaenos of it itA It itA
A man who seriously serlolly con considers lders the great greatsocial greatsocial
social soial nnd political polical problems that beset be t us u Irat Iratsoial and andf andwho andwho
who known that their soluton solution at last must
depfnd depend Qn th the charlctr character the IntpUllenL intelligence and
th the tMchbtty teachability or f the he masses of the people peopleVw8 peoplewill
will i fnd dnd Vw8 the IjeoD18 people tjw the 11 moat mOt Interesting Interestingexhibit interestingexhiiit pple
Interetna Interetnanhlblt
exhibit at thf thl the fair falrt and he will wi come away awa
from a I months observation oDprvoton of them and andmingling andmlnllmrwlth andmingling
mingling mlnllmrwlth with them with n renewed confidence onOdpnce
In the soundness of their character chractr and Judg ¬
ment mentThe meatThe Judl
The Te BuchananFremont Campaign Campaig of 18BB 18BBTo 118 118To 1356To
To iBi T vs Emma EDla or 01 TUB SCN 5 ScNSIr Sir SI In your yur paper paperof ppr ppro
o of today tday In 11 speaking spalir of the Presidential Pldtl election electionof
of IllS lI you ul ask Where Wber are ar the heBuc Buchanan survl survlvorsT wn1uT sijjors
vorsT ors uT I reply rplr here Is I one at a your our service amc 1 1voted Jted 1 1voted
voted ted In 11 my native niv town low and ad county cunty of York ork Penn Pennsylvania Pennsylvania ¬
sylvania 1111 for James JaC Buchanan BUtbaa In I 1M 1 lassmy 6mr my first nrstvote Drt Drtvote firstvote
vote for President PrsIdent I knew tbe old ole man Da very Vel Well Wellaa weOu weliU
u be lived Ive4 Just across ar tbe river rver from fm my home and andthere andthere d dtber
tber there wu WI a great rret deal del of friendly trleldll Intercourse Inlerur In Inthose Intboe Inthose
those days dv between betwen the houses hos of York and ad Lan Lancaster L Lencaster ¬
caster casterI cter cterI
I took tk a pretty prlI active ahe part pr for a youngster yonrar hi hithat I Inthat
that campaign cavcnvrnr campaIgncovering covering the territory lertr from fm Phil Philadtlphla PbUadelpba Philadeiphia
adtlphla adelpba to o York Tor under the Instructions Itrcon of Col ColForney Cl ClFome l lForncy
Forney chairman of the he Democratic State
t1ana Democralo com committee cm cmmileeane coinniitieeand ¬
mittee mileeane niitieeand and I could old tell tel a good rod many ma Interesting Interestingtorl Itrlnr interestingstories
stories torl tre touching louehllr on and d appertaining apprln to t that tbalmemorable Ibatmeorable thattocmorbie
memorable meorable fight Irht which wblb we e won on for Old Buck by byabout byabut byshout
about abut 1300 1 ALTHID ALD E L LW Izwta IzwtaIItroao wia wiaUIIJORD
11ID UIIJORD Pa Aug 21 21TO 2 2T 23To
TO T TBB Ra FDITOR EDITa O or Pita T SVX SSI SvieSfr SIr I Voted vte for forFrdmont torFr forFrmOnt
Fr Frdmont mont In IK 18 lae yet I am a now less leI than tha 71 years re of ofage ofare ofale
age I did It tn Illhe the great rr Commonwealth Cmmonwealb of Ohio Ohiowhich Ohi Ohiowhich
whlb which has hl full fl power pwer to punish pun offences olelce against aa tbe tbeballot tbebalol theballot
ballot and was not challenged though I
balol ad wa ebenrc lhlrb am but butM butes
M years of age now nowNIW OOLOK OOLOKNEW
NEW You Aug 21 21Chare 22Ckarck
Chare Betiding and the Decaloca DecalocaLoaanipart DecalogaLoganlpori
Loaanipart torrnfonimee llenttnon Journal JournalActing Jovmc4Aeiing
Acting on the advice of the Rev P Boas Parrtsh Parrtshontractor ParrishContractor
Contractor L O Miller who Is building the new newhurch newchurch
church for the Broadway Methodist congregation congregationeaterday congregationyesterday
yesterday hung In his office and conspicuous places placesbout placesabout
bout the site alt huge placards bearing the Ten Com ComlandmenU Ommandments
landmenU Strict adherence to these Injunctions Injunctionsi
is i required of every laborer employed Especial EspecialIresa Especialairs
airs Iresa Is laid upon one prohibiting profanity profanityRepeated profanityRepeated
Repeated violation of any commandment br the thelaborers thelaborer
laborers Is considered MUM for discharge The Tbeyp Thelyps
lyps yp In which the placards an printed can be read readcross readacross
cross tb street streetWhllr StreetWhtl
Whllr Whtl the Market Street Methodist Church was waslulldlng wasbultdlng
lulldlng the contractor was required to give bond bondtut bondthai
thai no workman employed would use tobacco tobaccoIquor tobaccoll4uor
Iquor or profanity during work hours The men mentruck menstruck
Wk7 Bo DM DMCcsarftll 1914CrurfiU
Ccsarftll at th the baa of Pompejs statue statueU
U was a campaign ukeneu they pityingly ex extlaed
jgsiae jgsiaeflobodr tlaed i i iNobody
Nobody wondered thatthe that tbe mighty Juliashad Juliashadoppcd uflua had
diopped oppcd 4ia4 d > ad
rK jro ir2i rupx EUROPE EUROPET
Better B tter to Declare De igrei TOUT v our Purchawi n nP e ePaj
P Paj Triple TrlpIoienalty TrlpIoienalty9ustom Penalty PenaltyCustom >
Custom brokers were telling ye yesticj t ro j
that a woman prominent promin nt In society whi whireturned p preturnd
returned from Europe a f few w days ago mad mada ima imaa
a declaration of less than WOO 300 upon hei heigoods h hgoods
goods purchased abroad Her trunks late latewore
wore woreeenttothePublioStoroeandinvtellga iatreworeeenttothePublioStoroeandinvtellga aont to tho Public Storooand In vwtlga vwtlgatlon
tlon tionahowed Showed purchases purohasesofabout2000wontb of about 2000 worth worthof 1 1ofgoodeduring
of ofgoodeduring goods during the thoiaataix laet six months Solicitor SolicitorHamilton SoIicitoHamilton
Hamilton of the Custom House refused refumcidIscuss t tdismiss
dismiss the case in any way yesterday
He was asked if the customs authorities authoritieshad nuthoritlhad
had had much trouble of this sort durini
the present summer He said saidThere I IThere
There seems to be on the part of Americas AmcrIcacitizens i iIgnorance
citizens returning from abroad an unusuaj unusuajignorance
Ignorance touchingthe touching the requirements In cus customs tuetomB
toms matters which results In much worry 4 4Irritation d dirritation
Irritation and In some cases expense ThU i11i Acondition A 4condition
condition necessitates the payment of duties dmltl 1 1the t tthe
the appraisement of the goods a delay of ofsome ofsome
some time the lie a athe appearance of tim party Ifors IforstIio
the Collectora Collector a brokerage uiun uiununpleasant expense and ocher ocherunpleasant
unpleasant and Irritating conditions which whichdeclaration whichmight
might bo 4rOiIPd cnlircly If time returning returningpassenger
passenger woulti make gull and complete completedeclaration
declaration on board ship of all foreign pur purchases purchases
chases gifts or commissions aa by tho law lawrequired itm itmrequired
required requiredEach v vEach
Each of these cases necessarllystands necessarIly stnnd tipoa tipoaIts tmpo tmpoita
Its own facts and If it appears that with know knowedge knciwledge
edge a passenger has failed to junk declara declaration ci eiara eiaralion
lion of all the goods by him brought In ii th thcourts thcourts
courts have recently held that suit should b bbrought bbrought
brought for a penalty In triple the amount bf bfthe b bthe
the United States Attorney AttorneyIng AtIorneYSVhili
SVhili it Is not probabi that manY liortip corn corning
Ing Americans wittingly attempt to dprclrt dprclrtthe iCffi iCffithe
the customs authorities oy false declarations declarationsthe declarationsthe
the punishment therefor which has been de decreed dccreed
creed by the courts is sevens and nd liable atam atamtime am an antime
time to be imposed in cases whore the facts facuindicate factsindicate
indicate an attempt to deceive deceiveTO deceiveTo
Committee Coins CoinDowfl Down the Bay to Met MetBedmond Mcci McciRedmond
Bedmond nod His Fellows FellowsWhen FellowsWhen
When John E Redmond and the other otherIrish otherIrish
Irish Members of Parliament arrive hers her heron J Jon
on the steamship Teutonic due this afterT afterTthe aftct aftctnoon
noon they will find a big delegation froto 4 4the
the municipal council of ofcommittee orthe United Irish IrishLeague
League awaiting them off Quarantine t tcommittee
committee of forty was selected yesterday yeuterciaytogreet jf jftogreet
togreet tno Irish envoys who are comlnr oorninhere j jhere >
here to take part in tne second national nationlconvention nationalconvention
convention of the United Irish League o oAmerica of ofAmerica
America which will be held in the Lei Leiington Letington
ington Avenue Opera House next Tuesday Tuesdayand Tuesdayand
and Wednesday WednesdayCollector WodneedayCollector
Collector of the Port Stranahan has put a aUnited aUnited
United States revenue cutter at this com committees cornmittees
mittees disposal and in addition win winextend wiflextend
extend the courtesies of the port to the vlsl vlsltors vlsitore
tore so that they can be transferred to the thscutter thecutter
cutter as soon as the Teutonic reaches reachesQuarantine reachesQuarantine
Quarantine QuarantineA
A public reception to Mr Redmond and andhis andhis
his confreres Patrick OBrien OBrien1 A J C Cin CDonelan
Donelan and Conor OKeUy will be held heldin
in Carnegie Hall next Sunday night nightEARL
Pennsylvania Society Men Entertain EntertainDescendant EntertainDesoendsut
Descendant of William Penn V VA tA
A group of members of the Pennsylvania PennsylvaniaSociety Pennsylvania8oclety
Society entertained at dinner at the Union UnionLeague UnionLeague
League Club last evening the Earl of Ran Ranfurly Ranfurly
furly Governor General of Now Zealand Zealandand ZealandandagreatgreatgregrandB0fl
greaWreatgreatgrandson and a of William WilliamPenn WilliamPenn
Penn and his cousin Major Dudley Alex Alexander Alexander ¬
ander who is also a Penn descendant descendantLord descendantLJ
Lord Hanfurly is now on his way horns hornsto hornsto
to England to surrender his Governor Governornumber GovernorGeneralship
Generalship which be has held for a anumber
number of years He is a direct descend descendant ¬ t tantj
ant of Thomas Penn the second son of ofWilliam ofWilliam
William Penn by his second wife Hannah HannahCallowilli HannahCallowilL
Callowilli CallowilLThe CallowilliThe
The hosts at the dinner last night were wereCol wereCol
Col Allan C Bakowell William Harrison HarrisonBrown HarrisonBrown
Brown William Bispham Dr Cyrus Town Townsend Townsend
send Brady Richard Theodore Dance DavieflJames DanceJanice
James Kerr Charles D Marvin C B Mean MeanJohn MoorsJohn
John Brisbon Walker W Rookhill Potts Pottsand Pottsand
and Barr Ferree FerreeViolated Farree1olated
WASHINGTON Aug 23 2The The Post Offiok OffiokDepartment OMobDepartment
Department has issued a fraud order against againstthe againstthe
the Union UnlonCommercial Commercial Company and C M MRyder It ItRyder
Ryder of San Francisco on account of violation vie vielation ¬
lation of oftholottery < the lottery laws They offeredto offeredtopay offered to topay
pay S20Q 12f or a diamond worth250 worth 250 fof fofcash fo a acash
cash payment of SS and fiftytwo weekly weeklypayments weeklypayments
payments of tZeach tZeachCookery 2oachCookery
Cookery National and International InternationalFrom InternationalFrom
From tin London Saturdaynciitu SaturdaynciituThe Saterday J2eIsw J2eIswThe
The Crimean war Introduced the Russian fashion fashionot fssblnsof
ot serving dishes on the table thereby tberebytninhiterlng inlnlsterint inlnlsterintto
to tOtite the comfort comfortof of the guests and the leisure ot th thhost the
host though destroying much ot the grandeur and andvoracious andvoracious
voracious splendor ot a meal But from Russia Rossisthere Russiathere
there cam also many countervailing refinements reflncmratiwhich refinementswhich
which have raised the art of the chef to a remark remarkable remarkable ¬
able decree The Russians ulethe French o othe m mthe
the seventeenth century believe tn quantity ti tiwell a aweb
well aa quality which Is to say that they tellers bellevtIn
In variety Dine at the Hermitage or the Slavlan Siavianuki SiavianukiBiter kl klBazar
Biter amid white robed waiters to the Imposing Imposingstrains Imposingstrains
strains of a mechanical organ and you will not noteaeape notescape
escape without partaking of dlsbes 4IIb s as numeroul numeroulas
as those at a civic feast Why the very lakntks lakntkswhich zaknakwhich
which herald the repast are alone aufflclent M Mevery toutinfy
utinfy a hungry man And the eteellence ci cievery
every dish testifies to the be versatility to the deli delicacy deilcacv ¬
cacy to the creative genius of Russian art artI
I mention this to empbuUe the fact too ones oftraforgotten onesforgotten
forgotten that French cookery Is a misnomer misnomerwhen minnomewhen
when applied to what Is really International cook cookery cookcry ¬
cry The cuisine bourgeolse of most French dej dejparttnenta de departmepts
parttnenta 1s abominable and though In BrUtiar BrUtiarIt
It retains many of the delights which tn company companywith companywith
with religion and loyalty have been Inherited from fromthe IroSthe
the good old times nothing can surpass the lb borrlblt borrlbltmesses hortlblsmesses
messes of Provence Provepci where great hunkjt hunk of garllo garlloprotrude garUiprotrude
protrude from every Joint and the sauces are M Mhigh ashigh
high that no person of sentiment may remain si siclose 5 5close
close quarters with them themStrangely themStrangely
Strangely enough when we cross the Alps or te tePyrenees ths thsPyrenees
Pyrenees and find ourselves confronted by franU franUbarbarous frec1barbarous
barbarous cookery we faro Infinitely better Pint Pintoil Flitsoil
oil Is better than bad butter and a generous use of ofsimple ofsimple
simple materials affords relief from the artlfloi artlfloiof
of wretches whose Incompetence Is only oni surpass surpassby surpassed surpassedby
by their ambition ambitionJeffenons ambitIonJefferson
Jefferson Gravettons as an Exhibit Exhibitfront ExhibitFrom
front lit at Loads GlobeDemocrat GlobeDemocratThomas GiobDenmocraithomas
Thomas Jeffersons monument or more pre precisely piecLiely ¬
cisely his tombstone Is the most striking object la lathe Inthe
the enclosure devoted to the Missouri State Uni University tnlveralty ¬
versity In the Education Building A much finer onerobelisk finerobelisk
obelisk now adorns Jeffersons grave but thlsUu thlsUuoriginal thithsoriginal
original one erected tn 1838 lslsaocordlng according to his written writtenInstructions wiimIcinstructions
Instructions discovered after his death seems t thave 15 15have
have more the savor ot antiquity and to bur tbst tbstIndefinable lid lidindefinable
Indefinable quality which a relic should have Cot Corners Cotners ¬
ners have been broken off the pedestal of pinkish pinkishgranite pinkishgranite
granite whether by the fingers of time or the guiltier guiltiernngers gutitieffinger
finger of souvenir hunters It may not be known knownbut knownbut
but the thepillar pillar and Its hue are In the main bat batslightly butaligbtly
slightly Injured and have an aspect of newness thiS tbslwould thiSwould
would not be expected II has been well takrs takrscare i icare
care of since U wan presented to the State miner Unlvrritty minerally
ally There U nothing of the mossy marblcsof marblcsoftbe
the ancient tombstone tradition U looks sj If It Itmight itmight
might have been recently brightened up with a agood agood
good scouring of soap and water and all the In Inscriptions insoriptions ¬
scriptions upon It are as easily read as If they bad hsdbeen badbeen
been made In the present century centurye > I IThe
The e Japanese Itanxal a a Substitute for forHurrah forlluirrah
Hurrah HurrahFrom lluirrahFrom
From London Tnith TnithIn TruffiIn
In shouting Hurrah we err In these days tin tininsclously haconsciously
consciously repeating the victorious cry of the thessack theOssack
Ossack > ssack Tartars In pursuit of their enemies a aignato Icognate
cognate word to the Marobf our Indian cavalry cavalrri
as i they encourage each other to strike Knia Kniaords Iktbwords
words ords simply mean Kllll lii I suggest that we now nowadopt nvadopt
adopt for this purpose the popular end victorious victoriousgood victoriouScry
cry of flanzali which means simply succew or orgood
good fortune Not only will this be a rompU rompUlent compllmeat
lent to our Japanese allies but I will supply a alore amore
lore suitable cry for civil occasions Surely It Itrould Iiwould
would be better to greet say a Lord Mayor or oroyalty orRoyalty
Royalty or Ur Chamberlain with Bsatall than thanlth thanwith
with lth a Cossack bowl for their blood bloodBlue bloodUIe
Blue GnmJ Onnt Negro Again AgainFrom AgaInFrom
From Un Is ChaOtam Record IttcordAbout RecordAbout
About two weeks ago a negro named Henrf Henrflouglaa HenriDoigtas
louglaa got Into a difficulty with Ur John Robevt Robevtlurni nohjtBurns
Burns lurni at Cumnock and severely bit the forefinger forefingerf
of f Ur Bumsa right hand crushing the lb bone so soover SOsevere
severe over was the bite that the negro was arrested arrwidor
for or mayhem and lain Jail to be tried at our neil neitourt neilcourt
court If be Is a bluegum negro the bite may bs bsrery tivery
very serious If not fatal fatalIn fatalIn
In UcCIurti Uagnttnt for September attentloa attentloai
Is i drawn to some Interesting memories ot th the Con Conederacy Confederacy
ederacy by Senator VVlctaUs daughter and a artlolo st starticle
article on President Roosevelt and the Post Office Officerauda Officefrauds
frauds by William Allen White lira Burnetts Burnettslovelctte Burneitinovelette
novelette U I concluded and George Madden Mir MirIna a
tins aerial and Miss TarbeUs History ot Sundsrd T Tou
ou 111 continued There arc four abort atones all br brten
ten Samuel BAdams IIC Rowland R A Wuo Wuod
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