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I Section J8 of tho Insurance IMurac act ne now nowsupposed nowIUPPOd noweupp00ed
jl supposed Sion to bo 0 In forco for In i this thi State la I amodel a amodel 1 i iIi
model moel of clear cleA concise concie and unambiguous unambiguousphraseology unnblgou unnblgouphrolo unambiguousI
Ii I phraseology phrolo phraseologyNo y j
1 No 0 director dlrclo or omrcr of an Inturano Inturao corpora corporalion rrpra
lion 100 doing dolr bvulnrt bUIDr in li tbu It bti State llal ihall Ibal receive r < hl anjr anjriOneyor an n nmoney I
11 ronr money iOneyor or valuable thing for negotiating lrlallr procuring procuringor prUrDI prUrDIor pOCUTflor
loan from any 4n luch SUC corpo corporation 00100ritlon ¬
or recommending rcmmrndlDr any an zw 101 frm ay orp orpj
ration nloD or to for tiling lnc or aiding aldlr dLC In the Hi aal ot ofI any anylock ID7itoek
j lkl lock or teaurltlc aeurll la 1 or by b luch SUC corporation corporationAny crron crronI
I ot this thisccUoa thu thusccUoa ll llIrUOI
violating the provlslona
Any An perton pno olalLe lh pr1lonl
I ccUoa IrUOI aball forfeit bit h position plon at I auch director directoror dlrrlr dlrrlrt
or r t offlcer omee and b M disclaimed dlQualD from rom thereafter Iberate hold holdln boldIDr holdIcg
t ln IDr any aJ zy such IUe oflce oCce In I any AIDUraleO ac Insurance lo ufoce corporation corporationIn corraloD corraloDd
d In a signed communication comuncton given vcn by byhimself byI byf
I himself hlll to the newspapers nWllnpcr and ad printed printedyesterday prnt printedI < o orCtcrny
yesterday morning moml Mr JAMES H I JuDE JuDEj HTDEdirector HYE HYEt
I I rCtcrny of tho Equitable Life LifeAssurance UfoU
t j director dircor and officer ofcer Eultnble I II
Assurance Society publicly publc confessed confessedtho COnr0S0
U AMurnc Socety
I h tho receipt reipt of money as 1 n profits profta from tho thoBale thonnl I
securities under ¬
11 Bale nnl to that society of
written rt n by hlmelt and Id his hl locatc locatcI
I Ho lo lb likewise Ilewl charged chare by namo anothei anotheiofflcer aother aotherI nnotheii
I offlcer efer and ad director of tho Equitable Equitablewith EqultabUwith Equlrble Equlrblewit
with wit the receipt rcipt of money from the BOOK BOOKnourcc ae aeI aamh
h I nourcc MUr Under his hi own signature slgnatur Mr MrHIDE MrI
I I I lYDB UYD HIDE made the to subjoined subjoie statement statementThere sttement sttementI statementI
I There eI bad hd b beD bn en a syndicat IrdC11 known kDOW aa Jame Ja0oH JameIt JmIf4e
Includlnt JMa un wx W WAIJUIXOU WurDu WAz
It 114 If4e and ad 4 Associate adil IndudDr
AIJUIXOU Az XAXDL urDu prtaldent prldeDI ot the ajctrty aerl whose par partloipalloti par partJdp putkp4UO
tloipalloti tJdp wa WA was always awals equal tCua la 1 ay flT own ow and ad nd tht thtayndleato thUydlcite l ldcall
ayndleato dcall had ba been bl underwriter underler ot a number Dumbr o obanting ot otI ci ciii
and cd the Equltabl Equltablsociety EqunabloI EquttsbliodtT
I ii banting bUne Issues lut ot o securities Iccull
purchased In tome tnttaaoe In the e ordl ordlnary crdXar7
I society t purbt 1 Ime Illo or orout
wttch bad beet beetradirwrtttea becow4ut1r beiI
of bualneu securities
nary ar7 course out ur bulr leCrUel
I w4ut1r radirwrtttea by b y tbls uitsM l lycdlcata lycdlcataJit ldcall ldcallt
Jit t the lh oUtset oule ot Uila thu l controversy oltrr Mr Lr LitDZ1 Ariz ArizAircsa A
i Aircsa DZ1 U and ad I wtrt lr both blh advised dnd by b counsel cuoll that tha thaaO thatto a ato
I to any aO 07 men we ayndloate ldoall ridlot trinsaotloni IrJalol trso iactIooI In I which an anoaoeraof a aoto anGcc11
oaoeraof oto Gcc11 or the e Equitable Eulble aoolety aeet bad ha been Interestei Interesteia Ileeslcd Ileeslcda
a full rllumc statement should aUd ba made ma up and ald od laid laJ befon befonthe bfr bfrto beionthe
the board bu of director cln end a whstev wblT law I and ad Jus Justto JUfU
U 1201 tto required tc regarding rca them cm abould Ild be done doo b btie br brt bt
t t tie I officers om concerned ootosrnd7dUowti concernedTellowtntr OolDed OolDedoUw
Tellowtntr the adrtoe sbov b referred r Tet1 Ted to I ex examlafd ual iiatAed
oUw tl ao
al amlafd an a fl three t tyndlcalt 1dclo transaction Irn and nd depot depotlied Crp 4epoafled
I check for 1614400 with the I treaaurtr o oth ot otte othe
lied all my ce fr SIUaD wC truuru
th te the society 1r U a A trustee Iruaea Tni amount moUI represent representmy rprle TprtstOtN1 TprtstOtN1i
entire pionU from tj cr eradicate transaction o otbe ot ottl 01 01the
1 my i eU pAI tm a41etl Unaclon
the tl character oc abov boT n mentioned melc with wt six per pr cent centInure centntTt
III Inure ntTt up lP to the I date 11 dt of ruch rt deposit dCpli period periodThi prc prcdtp petlod1tia GDt1
Thi deposit dtp wa w wu ampe ocompanled cccnZe nid by the thetht I alatemeni alatemenithat IIIemeni IIIemenit
that t I nude 1 It 1 1 bcoaoae b 1 preferred prr to 1 ban h hay n an anquestion I II n nqucetlon
I QaetlD question aboit boo l tils thu matter mat tmT settled aUd with wl the I monej monejunder mODe moneJitnde
i ade under th Ie the control cltrl of the society ct7 cft1 and a that t thla Ib dt dtposit dcposit
1 posit ws wu made le for the I beneCt bDdli of the society Icel7 U Utti I Itl Iithe
pi the tl board b of director cln thought tYP the hI tsoney mDle should Id b bretained b bre be bet <
t retained re vtitts4byItorTetnrnedtotnSUttShOldbSde vtitts4byItorTetnrnedtotnSUttShOldbSdettflnled by b It II or returned rlare to 1 me U I It 1 should eoU4 b b dt dtUnnlaed dlk
Unnlaed k Ui t I WM entlUtd elUed to IU IUla It II IIla
la t other Olhe words n tbls thu money one7 l wa wia deposited dtlr to 1 b bOspoaed b be bedpoeed <
I Ospoaed 4p of aa in the propriety prpnllr of toes t tranaactlonimlht tranaactloni tnlUOl1 tnlUOl1meb trnctlocin1EhI
mlht meb b bl finally el determined dterlcc I III mad sde no rettltu rettltulion rUIU rUIUj reatitulion
j lion lon I admitted aDUe no D wnncdolnt rDdoIDe I admit ai noni noninow DOII DOIII noninow
I now D I merely mer etcXy put the society 1 pocst In 1 the tl petition pIID tt ttmat 1 1I t tntite
I mat lal ntite ItaeU IIel rood ro ao 1 Ur rl 14 I wa w concerned ooertlr If 5 Itshould It I IIbou IiI
I Ibou should be b determined ctrec by b proper pp authority altborl thai thaitransaction thal thattrtcaactiogta
transaction ot mine Innocently made made will willthe witht
l lrCUn m lot ia ma w
I the unction of ulvenal precedent wade with wth the thiapproval IheI theI
Ile el uoyna pr le
I t I approval Prn of and a following fUowC toUowtn the e example ellpll of the pml pmldent p resl reslL
i L dent QDI of the th society aelal mad i4u without wloul the 11 concealment concealmentot cCar cCarf
4 ot o any factand faale made without 101 talent leD to 1 Injure IJUI th thsoelaty to the theI < I
f soelaty and n with BO tuen Injury a as their reault reaultraised rtsu1c
rt I 1 a wl D nt IJu e mUl I
i either technically or tubatan tubatanUaQy sibatang i
c raised r a situation atutOD ele lcca ebl
I g UaQy a enttuug altr tee I society lel odet to profit prll which wlob I sup supposad CUPI up 1
posad sad DOW teller be1I win legitimately mine mineTTo mineC
I p a D bl wnllerUe m I
C TTo have haT printed prt again agan in full ful this thisxtraordlcary t tI thissxtraordliiary
I xtraordlcary urar confession cnf lon and ad statement statementbecause statementbecause tatementb
because b it Is i probably prbbly the most important importantpiece imporat Importantpiece
piece of direct d directeyldenco evidence evdenc yet yt elicited elcic in inthe i intheslowprocessof II IIpec
the te theslowprocessof pec slaw sw process prc of the te theextractionof extraction extrcion of factsshowing facts factsshowing fac
showing the despoiling despig of o the policy policyholders policyholders
holer holders and ad the violation volaton of the PlcI law lawUr lawM lawM
Ur M M HYDE Hlz R accuses a himself bl of having havingprofited hnvingprft havingprofited
profited prft to t the Oe amount amout of 01000 610 by bytransactions bytnlo bytrensactictis
transactions tnlo between bmen himself hmel and asso associates assodates 8 ¬
i dates eat on the Oe one side Interested iterto as un underwriters unr underwritere ¬
r I derwriters detr end ad nd on tho other oter side Idu himselfand himself himselfand
r and a his hi codirectora circtor as purchasers puhler otthe ot otto ofthe
the to underwritten udertten securities secrtes He names namesonly De Deon namesonly
only one of his h associates loltes He accuses accusesJAMBS accusesk
k JAMBS Jj W ALEXAKDEB ALEB the president pr ident ofthe of ofthe ott
the t society let of equal eua participation pacpaton with withhimself withtixnaelf th thJl
himself Jl in i thoae thO syndicate ydcte profits pr t Mr MrALEXANDER MrALExNDE1I
ALEXANDER n was a reported rpr yesterday yeeray as asdenyinghis I usdenylngbls
denyinghis complicity the accusation accusationand accusationand
deygh cmplct aaton aatonad
and ad the t denial deni ore a both boh before btor tho public publicAfter pubiloAfter
After At admitting atng that he has profited proft as asunderwriter asunderwriter
underwriter udertor by the salo of stocks sck to t the thecorporation to toorn thecorporat1nof
corporation orn of which wbeh wMchholsanofllcerand wMchholsanofllceranddirector he is I an a officer ofcr and anddirector ad addor
director dor and Ad that tt when the te cloud coud of In Internal i inteznil ¬
ternal t strife Io appeared appa upon the Equi Equitable Eui Euitl ¬
table tl horiton he wu moved move by tho adVIce ad adrice adA adAT <
4 rice T of o counsel cOUl to t disembarrass dimb himself himselfof hl hlI
of tie to Inconvenient iov inoonveplent nt 141000 S1O Mr HTDE HTDEproceeds nTB nTBpr fluntpiooeeds
I proceeds to explain expla that tt he does do not notregard notregard
1 pr regard rja the to disembarrassment dembnument as 1 resti restitution rt restiI ¬
I tution Uon but b merely merly as a a deposit deplt pending pendingthe pendig pendigt pendingt
1 tl t the t ascertainment acrnt of the 00 ownership ownerhp of the theM1000 to
M1000 1 by b the te proper prpr authority autorty With Withincredible Wit Withincredible
incredible icle frankness trne ho announces aounc that thatin thatIn
in I his hl opinion opion the to proper prpr authority authorty to todecide todecide
1 decide dedo whether the SlO 41000 belongs blong to tohim toI tohim
him b or to t the policyholders polcyholder Is i the board boardof br boardof
I of directors dicor In I which hich he himself bil is i the thecontrolling te tecntrolg thecontrolling
controlling cntrolg element elment And Ad he concludes concludeshis
his h defence detoc by alleging nleglg that tat as a against agatt the theinhibition te teInbiton theInhibition
inhibition Inbiton of the to Insurance Iurc law lw quoted quotedabove quotedabv quotedabove
above abv he had h the 00 sanction aclon of universal universalprecedent universalprecedent
precedent prcent This Ti plea plel pie we w Imagine lage will willtend wl willtend
tend tnd to t widen wden the th present prent field feld of anxious anxiousinquiry anxiousInquiry
inquiry inqu if the viceprcaldent vcprldent of the Equi Equitable Equ Equltablo ¬
table tble is 1 telling tlng the truth truthIn trth truthIn
In I Mr M HYDES Hlxs case c the law Iw provides providesa provde provdeM
M a a penalty pnaty the forfeiture foreitur of his hi present presentotnce presenteilce Plt PltoMc
otnce oMc wits tn Its I salary and disqualifica disqualification dIquaic ¬
tion ton hereafter herfcr from frm holding holdig any ay such suchoffice suchofc suchoMee
office ofc In i any ay Insurance iurc company cm y Sec Section Seotion ¬
tion ton 803 of the t Penal Pena Code Co provides providesKrery provdes provdesrn providesFery
Krery rn director crclr of a mealed mDe corporation errUI wb wbe o oS
e C wOfnlly wh17 doe dor any 1 act Ie a as inch IiChdlrretor director d elr which wblebI wcl
I I II eipmaly uprl forbidden forbllr by b law I aw I I runt rUlr of ofJ4eaor ortnla4jcneanof a aralairraeanor
ralairraeanor J4eaor U I no D other oter pnnlthment Uthclt I I Ii Iiby pre crlbed crlbedby
by 11 laNot law lawNot la tawNot
Not merely merly the Equitable Euiablo manage managei manl managemont
i mont in i particular ptcr but life Ue fnsurancfinanclering Insurance Insurancefinanciering
financiering fncerg In i general gener as I conducted cnduc by bythe bythe byL
the of these plethoric
L managers mar the plethorc corpora corporations corporations
tions ton now inviting ivitig public publo scrutiny acrtny re requires reqttiroa ¬
quires qu Investigation invetpton Their Teir methods metho re require r require ¬
quire qui Investigation iTt aton at the hands had of an animpartial ant
impartial and fearless officer offlcerwho officertho
t Imparta ad fea1 public publo ofcr ofcrwho
who cannot cot be b suspected IUpce of subjection aubJ subjectiontQth 0n 0nqa
tQth Licpj qa 11t4lc I g gra
ra tSJS s sF
exainaton examination and aI who li fortified forlfol with withall wih withall 1
all nl the powers rWOI of law to inqvllro Inq lro to pro protect Jlrotect protoc ¬
tect toc t and to prosecute topiosocutorho prosecuteThe proseclto prosecltoCho
The Cliitn CliitnIt ClisocItwastin
Itwastin It I wan WIII mi eccentric and ludicroiw ludlcroU hid Incident Inc hiddent ¬
dent of the cdebration l1 lebmton In tho Windy WindyCity WindyCity WindyCity
City of JKFFKitsoNB JFFI O birthday hlrhln which whichendeavored whichcndlloro whichontlearorod
endeavored cndlloro so to twist twl t his hl political JlolUln prin principles priziciples ¬
ciples clple as to uphold a purchase plrchlso and ad work working workIng workIng ¬
ing by the lovernmcnt at Washington Washingtonof Wuhlton Wuhltonof
of trans transportation tranpornton trimsportatlon ¬
of tho instruments lntnlmonls production proucton
portation pornton and exchange exchnlo throughout tho thoUnited thoUnit thoUnited
United Unit States SUtwIt ttt
It I would bo quite M a Irrational Irntona to try tryto tr tryto
to distort distor tho economic doctrines docrlne of ofCOUDEX ofCODDC ofCOnDflX
COUDEX so 10 O tlO as to make mle them tem vindicate vindicatetho vindct
Federalists con condemned condoninod ¬
tho DiiiRloy tariff rrl Jedernlst8 I Idomned
demned JEKFEHBOX JEYERSO because becus ho repudi repudiated repudisled ¬
sled his own theories thcrc of the te relation relaton of oftho oftho oftho
tho notional ntonn Government to t the te severalStates several severalStates aeera
States Stto when ho advocated avoct and ad supported supportedtho suppr
tho embargo but that tt was wo a aaberraton trifling triflingaberration triflingaberration
aberration aberraton in comparison compnron with wit the te Bryan BryanDunne DII BryanDunno
Dunne glow glOt on JEFfERSON tenets tenetsWo tnet tenetsWa
Wo must be prepared to hear next nextfrom nox nextfrom
from the te windy politicians poltclans prpar that the to Cob Cobden C Cobden
den school of Manchester Macheter economists economistsproposed eonomit eonomitpropoed economistsproposed
proposed propoed a half hnt century cntur ago ao to t suppress suppressby suppr suppressby
initiative in inmanufactures inmanufactures
by collectivism colecvim individual idvdua iitatve i
manufactures mauracurs trade trae and ad commerce commerceJOHN cmerc commorcoJoit
Joit JOHN JOl ADAMS may have felt tet that the theFederal to tooer theFederal
Federal oer Constitution COMttUt01 had ba created cte and andita ad adit andIts
Its it framers fraer had ha intended intnde to create cat what whatho whatho whatho
ho described descr an a 1 monarchical monchlca republic republicbut rpublc republicbut
but he never intimated itmated such suc centralism centralismand otaim otaimad centralismand
and ad monarchism monarclm at Philadelphia Phiaelph or Wash Washington Wa4 Wa4i Washington ¬
ington i ton as a the BryanDunne BraDue absurdity absurdityHe absrit
He could never have lao believed belovd that thatuniversal tat tatuniveral thatuniversal
universal univeral or any ay other suffrage sufrae could couldor culd culdor couldor
or would find fnd and put into ito the to Federal FederalGovernment Feder FederalGovernment
Government Goverent and pay pa for tho services servicesof serlc serlcot
of tho same such ch brilliant men as the in ¬
ventors entor financiers pioneers pioncr of
and great experts eXlr In i transportation traporaton am amexchange ad adexchae and andexchange
exchange exchae who ho have made tho America Americawilderness Amercl Americancdlldcrness
wilderness ideres of a 1 century cntr and ad more mor ag agto ago agoto ageto <
to bo what whot wo now behold beholdIs beholdI
Is I American meronn Sympathy Shifting Shlfi To ToA T Toward
ward Juula JuulaA Ruists RuistsA
A report repor la 1 ii current crnt that in official omoa cir circles c dr drcbs
cbs cl at Washington Wn1gon ft n material matera chang changof cang changeof
of sentiment lentment with ih regard rega to the war wn hitho i ithe In Inthe
the Far East is observable oberable many may o othose ot otthos olthose
those thos who at first frt wished wihe the Japanese Japanessuccess Japaese Japaesesuc Japanesesuccess
success suc now showing showg themselves themclv03 in incllnod inclne indined
dined clne to take tho opposite opposit attitude attitudeThd atttudo atttudoTM attitudeThe
The opinion opinon ascribed MCrb to Representative EepresentntiviHULL RprsnrUve RprsnrUvenUL
HULL nUL of Iowa that this thi country countr ma mahave may mayhavo mayhavo
havo reason ron to regret rget tho triumph trumph o oJapan ot otJapan olJapan
Japan la l wo are told often quoted quot willapproval will wih wihapprva withapproval
approval We can see 60 as yet no ad adquote ade adequate ado adoquato
quote apprva ground gud for a reversal rvera of America Americasympathy Aerca Aercasypathy Americansympathy
sympathy sympathyIt sypathy sypathyIt
It is i true tre that tbt there ter is no longer lonler any anjbasis ay aybi anybasis
basis bi for tho assumption mpton which hch to i icertain a acr acertain
certain extent may have hlve inspired ipie the thigood thogoe thegood
good cr wishes originally expressed foiJapan for torJapa forJapan
goe whe origiay expre e
Japan Japa the assumption umpUon namely naey that thaisho thatsbo thatsho
sho was a materially mteraly weaker than th hoi hoiopponent heropponent horopponent
opponent from both oth th a military mtary and ad a anaval i inaval 1 1naval
naval point of view or was W in other otheiwords etberors otherwords
words the under uder dog Events have havshown havoshow haveshown <
shown show ors that in I respect respc of strategic one onetactical ad adtnctca and andtactical
tactical tnctca efficiency efcenc of ability nblty to place agreat t tgreat a agreat
great army ay in the field fcld and ad to safeguard safeguardit saegar
it from disease diea and ad in tho vital viai parties partieslar parlcu parlcuof part lou loular i
lar of proximity proxmty to the scene scno of opera operations operalon operations I
tions lon the Japanese Jnpanee are more than tha t tmatch 1 1match a amatch
match for the Russians Russias It I is i true tro n ndoubt no nodoubt nodoubt <
doubt that tht the determination detrinaton evinced evincecby evic evincedby
to fa faAdmiral face faceAdmiral
by VicoAdmlral leoAdmiral ROJESTVEXSKY ROIET8KY t fac
Admiral Admr TOGO and compel him to fight fightfor fght fghttor fightfor
for maritime mntme ascendency presents precnts a acreditable acretble acreditable
creditable cretble contrast cntrt to the lack of hardi hardihood hri hrihoo hardihood ¬
hood hoo and skill 81 exhibited exhbite by tho cornmanders com commanders cm cmmander ¬
manders mander of Russia Ruia Port Por Arthur Ahur squad squadron squad4ron squadron ¬
ron When we think t of it however a afailure afaur afailure
failure faur on tho part par of the St Petersburg PetersburgAdmiralty Pcterbug PcterbugAdlrty PetersburgAdmiralty
Admiralty Adlrty to attempt atompt at least to use usenaval usenaval 0 0nava
naval nava resources reource which whch on paper papr are areequal ar areual areequal
equal eual if not superior superor to Japans Japas would wouldhave wouldhave oud
have boon bn ignominious Igominiou and ad disgraceful disgracefulNo dlgctul
No maritime martme Power on earth eAh possessing possessingsuch p possessingsuch elg elgsuch
such a 1 fleet feet as a ROJESTVEXSKTS ROJESTSlYS could couldhave c culdhave uld uldhve
have hve Bhrunk shrn from frm a 1 contest cntst without for forfeiting for forfelting ¬
felting feing selfrespect selfrespectTho seUrepct
The desire deslr generally reneraly felt a year ago agoby agoby agoby
by tho American Amerca people that Japan Japanmight Japa Japanmight
might bt prosper In i tho present prent war was wasbased wn wasbased
based on the conviction convicion that she had hadboon bndbon hadboon
boon bon driven dven to fight fght by the instinct itic of ofselfpreservation otselpreraton ofselfpreservaUon
selfpreservation selpreraton and ad that her victory victorywould vlctoI victorywould
would benefit beneft all al tho te Western Wetor nationsengaged nations nationsengaged naton natonenaed
engaged enaed In commercial commercnlitrcouro Intercourse with withChina withCa withChina
Ca China Nothing Notin that we know kow of has hasoccurred h hoccre hasoccurred
occurred occre to t shake ahe that conviction coniclon On Onthe Onthe I Itho
the contrary cntra we have had of late Ito fromRussian from fromRussian trm trmRul
Russian Rul sources sou corroborative corbortve proof prof of oftho ottbe ofthe
the belief belet that Japan Japa was wa provoked provoke not notonly notony notonly
only ony by Russias evident intention Itnton not notto notto notto
to evacuate evacat Manchuria 11achur but also ao by on onalarming analarming
encroachment Corean terri territory tonitory
n alarming encracment on Cora tor ¬
tory tr which took the form tor of a scheme schemebacked schemebacked ehemebacke
backed backe by influential infuentn persons peron at tho to fluestan flue Russian ¬
stan Ila court cur for the exploitation exploitton of valua valuable vau vauble valuable ¬
ble timber tmberlads lands south of tho to Yalta YauRier YauRierIn River RiverIn RiverIn
official submitted by Gen GenKDKOPATKIN GenKuuiOpTEIN
In on I ofci report rpor ebntt Gn GnI
I KDKOPATKIN KlUIAKt then Minister Miitr of War Wa on onhis onhi onhis
his hi return rtur from tho to visit viit which wbch he mode modeto mao maoto madoto
to Japan Japa shortly shorly before beror the to outbreak outbra of ofhostilities othotlUen ofhostilitiesa
hostilities hotlUen a report rport recently ronty published publishedattention publho publishedattention
attention was directed to the uneasiness uneasinesswith uneasinesswith
atenton 1 dlrce to
with wit which Russias RWlas action Iclon in I Core Crl was waswatched w wwatched
watched watche at Tokio Tolto and ad the te opinion opiion was wasexpressed wasexpressed I
I expressed expr that the affair aalr of the timber timberlimits tmOr tmOrlmit timberlimits
limits lmit on tho Yalu Yau would oud of Itself iael eufflce eufflceto BrC BrCto suffleeto
about with Japan JapanIt
to bring bri a war It Japa
It I is i also al well el known know at our State Stto De Departmentthat Depaent DopartmentthatJapaneselnfiuenee
partmentthatJapaneselnfiuenee paent partmentthat tatJapnc6i Japanese influence uenc atPekln atPekInwhich atPeklnwhich
which hich now is naturally nuturly powerful pwerul can o bo borelied horelied
relied rle upon upn to further frther the interests interst of ofthe ottho ofthe
the United Unite States with llh as much confi confidence conf conadenco ¬
I dence dene as a it could coud when ha Secretary Scrtar HAT HATwas fy fyu ILtywas
was u negotiating neotatlg n I treaty traty of commerce commercewith commerewith
wth with China Cina n treaty traty which whcb the Russian RussianSlinlster RussianMinister
Minister Ulntr at the Chinese CiCo capital capiA did hU hisboat hUbest bl
best bt to emasculate emclate We add that the thoTokio theI theToklo
I Toklo Government Govermentlhough though Its It arms ar have havetriumphed havotrumphe havetriumphed
trumphe triumphed in Manchuria Manchura has h evinced evincd no noInclination noinclination
t iclaton Inclination to retract rtrac or modify molty Its It for former formen forI ¬
I mer assurances UraO that tat It would ould cooperate cooperatewith copratf coep rat ratwith
wth with our State Stte Department Deparment in I maintain maintaining maintin maintining maintainlag ¬
ing the open opn door throughout thoughout tho tholength tholengh thelength
lengh length and ad breadth brth of the Chinese Ce Em Empire E Empine ¬
pine pir There Ter is I not a I shred shr of evidence evidencethat evidencethat
that the Japanese Jdpace have any ay intention intenton of ofmutilating otmutiatig ofmutilating
mutiatig mutilating Chinas Cas territorial tertra Integrity Integrityby Itlrty Itlrtyby
by acquiring acu a 1 square sqar inch ich of Manchuria Manchuriaoutside Machua Machuaoutide Manchuriaoutside
outside outide of that tht tip of the Llaotung Laotung Penin Peninlula Penn Pennlula Peninsula
lula which whic was W leased lene to Russia and andwhich ad adwbc andwhich
wbc which Is I now Japans Japal by right rSht of conquest con conquest con4quet ¬
questIf quet quest
If I then tlen there ter is I anywhere ayher any waver wavering waverlag ¬
ig lag of the sympathy sypty with wth which Japans Japansattempt Japaa Japaaattempt Japimsattempt
attempt to t check cek her colossal colos adversary adversarywas
wa was at first frt viewed viewe on this t side of the theAtlantic to toAttc theAtlantic
Attc Atlantic it must mUt bo 0 imputed Iput to a vogue voguemisgiving va vamltvlg vaguemisgiving
mltvlg misgiving not warranted wante by any change
t9ko a9T c ct
to this ti country cuntr or to t the 00 Middle King Kingdom K Kingibm ¬
dom ibm but aroused by the spectacle of ofJapans ofJapa ofJapans
arua c
Japans Japa great at military mUtn power pwer lp coupled coupledwith cuple coupledwith
with the knowledge knowleGo based bue upon upn ex experience Oxpcrlonco X4 X4Jorlonc ¬
perience Jorlonc that a nations naton consciousness consciousnessof cnacloune cnaclouneof
of strength strnRth la 1 apt to lead len ikto it t seek ag aggrandizement 1 aggrandirement ¬
grandizement grandlzement 1C I Japan Japa wore wor a a conti continental cnt4 cnt4nenta continented ¬
nental instead there theremight theromight theremight
nenta Instea of an a Insular iulA State Stt
might be b some smo basis bul for such an a appre apprehension Ippre IppreheUlon appreliension ¬
hension heUlon As A things th are a however generations gen generations generatol ¬
erations eratol must elapse elaps before bror the Japanese Japaneseore J apaeso apaesoaro
ore ablo to absorb aborb Corea Cra so thoroughly thoroughlythat
that they could afford aor to t risk rk a rupt rupture Ipt Ipturo rupturo ¬
uro of communication communcton with wth the islands islandswhich ilad islandswhich
which foralongtlme for a long time to if I Ilnotaiways not no always aways must mustconstitute mustcntuto mustconstittito
constitute cntuto tho core cr of the Mikados Mikadosdominions Mikaos MikaosdomiioM Mikadosdominions
dominions dominionsWo domiioM domiioMWo
Wo may therefore tbrfor dismiss dlm as a vision visionary von4 von4ar visionany ¬
any ar tho suggestion sugjoston that tht with wt reference referenceto rrernc
to the open opn door dor or to the Oe attitude atttde of ofChina otChina ofChins
China toward towa the te Western Wesr Powers Power the theTokio theToklo
Tokio Government Govrent will w now or at any anytime ay aytie anytiino
time tie in i the twentieth tntet century otr adopt aopt a apolicy apolicy
policy plc likely to t excite exct tie t enmity ent of the theUnited 00 00Unt theUnited
United Unt States Srt or of Great Gr Britain Drt which whichperhaps whichperhaps hc
perhaps prhaps separately sepltely and ad certainly cry in incombination i incombination
combination combiaton could cud sweep pep the Oe Japanese Japanesenavy Japae Japanesenavy
navy na from the sea 8n and ad thus tu cut ct off ol tho thoIsland thoisld theIsland
Island isld empire omplr from frm fronilte ita It Corean Cradepdoc dependency dependencyNature dependencyNature
Nature Nat herself hor furnishes fue a guarantee guaranteethat gat guazanteethat
that Japan Japl would woud be 0 loath loat to quarrel quarrelwith quarrelwith
with wib great lat maritime mat Powers Power She knowsthat knows knowsthat
that with every ovor square squar mile m of territory territoryacquired trtr territoryacquired
acquired acuir on the Afllatio Alnto mainland mnd she shewill ahowi shewill
will wi will have given a hostage botao to fortune fortuneMr fore fortune1r
Mr 11 1r Leggett Lelett and Niagara 1laar Falls FallsPoor Jal JalPoor a1is a1isPoor
Poor should Ihould wo W bo In gratitude Ittda U i we wefailed wefailed o ofaie
failed faie to appreciate apprct and ad acknowledge acknowledgethe acolege acolegetbe
the largo lre minded mde and 1 < warm wa hearted heartedphilanthropy heartedphilanthropy
philanthropy phiathrpy of Mr M JAMES J s 0 Hiooixa Hiooixaof Hlol
of tho Elllcott Elcott Square Squ Building Dud to i Buffalo BuffaloAlthough Duao BuffaloAlthough
Although a I perfect perte stranger stror that tt gen gentleman gn gnteman gsatleman ¬
tleman teman la I kind kd enough to instruct itc us u as asfollows asfollows
follows regarding the significance of
tho Lcggett bill bi amending nendn the 00 charter charteof cbar cbarof charterof
and OntariPower Ontario OntarioPower
of tho Niagara N11 Lockport Lockor Onto OntoPower
Power Company CompanyI Cmpy CmpyI
I aa a a member mebe ot the codety lol ods whloa o ha baa for ti tiobject t tobco lii liiobjeol
obco object th Cbs preaerraUoa PteaUo of hlstorto bln place pl aniceneti aa aaacentry ad ad10CDt
acentry 10CDt Former Fore Senator Sclr Ctuunca CUWt B E Lzxow LzxowI Low LowI
I bellm bem founded found0 IU I It Why Wl do cot DO thi tb this sodet sodetand IO IOad ioc4tand
and ad th the New York newspaper 1pper arouse aul pubUo pbo Ia IaImn sin sinttnent a atlmcnt
tlmcnt Imn in I favorofabtU favor Crof of a blU that thlU thlsskatolitthsohartei thlsskatolitthsoharteiof swta to t limit Uttlebr Uttlebror th ehartei eharteiof
of a company CIp that at can c destroy deU Niagara r1ra EI2 Falls Fa U I Iwbr 1 1wtthe II IIwishes
wishes wbr tot totAll lt ltU to toAU
All U the Il leadlnr lea newspapers DIPpm appear a to be b Ijner Ijnerant Ilr Ilrai Ignorant
ant ai of th Ihl charter ch ot the t Nlatara Nea Lockport Lkn am andOntarto amOntario 1 1Onl <
Ontario Onl Power Poe Company Ompa7 which be ha I baa a data caU In 1 I Iwhich II IIbrb Iiwhich
which brb permit perl the th company crpr cGrnp nt to 1 tak tkl take water watr tron tronNltcara fm fmNlaear frontIr
Nltcara tIr Hirer Rvtr for all a Urn Ill ttrne In unlimited a mtd quantities quantltleTbe QlaIUr QlaIUrTe quantitiesThe
The Te Stat S11 conferred cnlred these el tights rrhl 00 thi company copsn7end companyand comp compad
and ad as A I understand Idrnld th the I Leggett Lnen bill b It Kthe amendi amendithe ae aetb
the tb charter ehanr ot the Lookpon Lkpn company cmpr by b limiting llmltlnithe II limitingthe
the tb water wlr extraction ulloo to 1 40QOOO 400 horsepower horsepowerOn honepwr
On 01 the I American An aid side the tl Niagara NIa Fall Fa Powei PowelOompLnr PoweiCompany Pw PwOmp
Company Omp can C extract Ira 200000 2 3OOO bonepower borpwr from trm the thirtrer thezlyer I Innr
rtrer tb the IlydrauUo Jdnuo Uanufacturtnj la Oompanj Omp7
79000 71 0 and a n4 the NUcara r1rar Lockport Lkn and OntarU OntarUPower Ota OutazicPowit
Power P Company Cmpar unllmWd Id horsepower Irpwr Is tbli tblifslrt thuUtrl hi
fslrt fit Why r should ald any particular pallu company Clp biallowed bi blalow beallowed
allowed alow by the Ih State SIII to 1 lake unlimited almled un1Irttedquantttlei un1Irttedquantttleiof quantlttei quantltteiot QuatUn QuatUnof
of water wtr tram tm from NUfarm Nlea 1sgsr Fails FallalAasemblyman Fal1 Fal1nbla FailsAemblTmh2
Aasemblyman nbla Lroonr LI propose prpt to Omit 1ll the thicharter theear thechartef
charter ear rights nebl ot th the Lockport Lkpn company ompr If I tilbill til thibwuapaasedbybethbousesand
bill bwuapaasedbybethbousesand la I passed pd by both blb house hOUr and al signed gned by byOovemor byOovemorIltooctruind Ooverooi OoverooiHIOODT Govrr GovrrUIODDd
HIOODT UIODDd Iltooctruind nd there Ihcr are a ar thousand llua who wb hope ho hi hiwill hI1III hewillthe
will 1III willthe tb LofVport Ltn company omPD7 will w not D ruin ri Niagara NiagaraThe MguaS rar rarl
S S e The l people 10111 of nuffalo and 4 Niagara Nlaraa larara seento seen Iem seemto
to bold loll that the passage pea of the te Leggett kncl blU seems seemito leer seemsto
to be th the only 00 practical praUc way w wa of Insuring Ilurnr the e per perpetuatlon pr perpetuatlort
plualoo petuatlon of Niagara Nlaraa Falls Fa and ad I for one believe bellenthat beUmIba believethat
that the I New Ne York Tor newspapers nrppn abould aD give In aa In Intelllgent 1 1elrDI LaicUireat
telllgent elrDI renlon of th tl the power pw situation eluUD at a the ralli ralliand Ta Taand Falliand
and aid d In I curbing orLr th the water wa r right reb charter charr of ofLkpn the tbiLockport theLockport
Lockport Lkpn company companySo omp ompSQ oomplarSQ
SQ that is I what ha Mr LEOOETTS LoEs bill billalms bi billalms
alms alm at atthe attho tho preservation pr eraton of o Niagara NiagaraFalls Nlaa NiagaraFalls
Fa Falls from tho te thirst tht of a corporation corporationwhich crorton crortonhch corporationwhich
which hch now has b the power to t drain dra the theGroat to toGrlt theGroat
Groat Grlt Lakes Le dry d excepting excpti of course courseLake cr courseLake
Lake Le Ontario Onto which whic a beneficent Onofcnt geo geographical g0 g0graphc geographical ¬
graphical graphc arrangement araenth has placed pl on the thesafe tI tIaae thesafe
safe aae sldo of Its it maw mawWe mw mwWo mawWe
We are ar greatly grty obliged oble to t the te benevo benevolent bnevo benevolent ¬
lent Mr HIOOINS ltGGL S for his ht simple siplo and andcharitable ad adchtablo andcharitable
charitable chtablo explanation expllton of Assemblyman AssemblymanLEOOETTS AssemblymanLEaorrra
LEOOETTS LEGOES activity actvit so generally generly attrib attributed attr attnibuted ¬
uted ute to other and ad loss los noble motives motivesJefferson moUve moUveJeterlon rnothesJefferson
Jeterlon Jefferson In the South SouthGovernor SouthGoeror outhGovernor
Governor Goeror BRO DnaABD BnoivAno VARD of Florida Ford In i hi himessage hi his hismessage
message meage to t the Legislature Lgislate proposes prpo that thatho tt tttho thattho
tho State go into Int tho life insurance iurc bus busness bul bulDO businose
ness DO > ThoJeSorsonionlsmofthoFiorWi ThoJeSorsonionlsmofthoFiorWiTimetUnion The Jeoronaim JoforsonianIsm or to the Flora FloraTimtUnion Florida FloridaTimesUnion
TimetUnion which thlc has hI been ben regarded rogardetas rgare
conservative Democratic journal journaldoes journaldoes
as 1 a Cnrntvo Demoato joura
does dos not bristle brite at this ti scheme scem of paler paternallsm palernallem palr4 palr4natm
nallsm natm but gulps gulp gul s it with It an open opn mind mindOn md mindOa
On 01 all al sides Idt men Ir are rl beginning belr to ask k them themselve IhemIf tbemselves
selves If why the Federal Fedea and 14 State Slla Gorernmenta Gorernmentawnlcb GnreDII GnreDIInlcl Coyernmetswhich
which nlcl already arad supply ua I with wlbou withour our currency ou oupost oer oerpost
post pll once olo facilities talUr and our public pbUo school ehol system systemshould IntemIloul Internshould
should Iloul not go C further trlt tn the same mi direction drctoo and a ac acas I Ithl act actU
as the agent rrl of the people prplo tn other othcrrnattenof aatten of perhaps perhapequal perhapsequil
equal equa Importance ImportanceThe tprO tprOTho lmpOTtn0IThe
The Hon JOSEPHCS DANIELS DA1 of th thCharlotte the thoChrlole theCharlotte <
Charlotte Chrlole A NtI80b NewsObaerrcr > ifa06 errcy ru went to t Esopui Esopuilost Fopuslot Faopumlast
lost summer carrying the Constitution Constitutorin
lot suer cng te CMUtton CMUttonin
in one hand had and ad leading leadng a string strg of Demo Democratic Domcrto Democratlo ¬
cratic crto editors eitr with wit the to other This Tll Tar ToiHeel TarIleol
Heel Ieol foe to of centralization cntriaton celebrates clobrtes the thivictory thevcor thevictory
victory vcor of Judge DUNNE DU and ad municipal municipasocialism municipalsoclalismusbut
socialism socnim soclalismusbut as a but the te first frt breaker brker of the thegathering to togaterg thegathering
gathering gaterg wave which whch is I destined dotned tc tcsweep to toII tosweep
sweep every town and every city clear clearof cleanof
awop ecr tw over cty
II of private prvt control cntrol of publio publo necessities necessitiesand neolto neoltoand necessitlosand
and ho Is i glad Gla of itho the drift drtt of publio publo sea sentiment sn4 sn4tmot seatimont ¬
timent tmot generally Genery toward twar the publU publUownership publo publoowerhip pubiloownership
of franchises to the thowhole thewhole
ownership owerhip trach s t serve serO Oe Oewholo
whole wants at of the te community communityBj cmunty cmuntyl
Inevitable deduction deductlonthe the State and andtho andthe
Bj l D ievtble deucion te Stt ad adto
the to United Unte States Stts should assume ume owner ownership ownanship ¬
ship shp of franchises frachl to servo sre the wants want ot otthe otthe ofthe
the whole holo people pople of the State Stte and ad tho thoUnited thoUnte theUnited
United Unte States Stte respectively respectivelyAre Npcivelj NpciveljA
Are A these thao opinions opion gaining ag ground gund in inthe I Inthe
the South SouthA South SouthA
A Now Pension I nlon Scheme SchemeAgain SchemoAga SchemeAgain
Again Aga the civil cvi employees emp oC of New York Yorkcity Yorkcty Yorkcity
city cty have he a 1 bill bi in the Legislature Igilatur pro providing proriding ¬
vdig viding for their retirement rtrment on pensions pensionsat
at tho expiration expiraton of a designated deigat period periodof
of service sric Its II proposers proposer declare declar thatIts that thatIts thatit
it Its operation opraton would cost ct the taxpayers taxpayersnothing taxpayersnothing
nothing and ad that the whole expense expenseof
of administration amtraton aduniniatratlonpenalonsand pensions pnlons and a Incidental Incidentalcosts incdentalcoats
costs ot would ou bo b borne bor by the beneficiaries beneficiariesIts bnocnea bnocneaIt
It Its opponents opponent charge chag that Oat tho measure measurewould measurewould
would result Isult in adding addg another aoter burden burdento buen buento
To this thischarge thischarge
to the city cty treasury trlur answer awer
charge the to leaders l aer of the tb movement movementIn
In favor faor of the plan pI have Issued iuo a state statement statemeat ¬
ment in I which wbc they say sayThe aayT sayThi
The T bill bl doe dor not Dl contemplate onlmplt any an 7 expenditure expenditureof Upl Upler
of city cl money mOleT for th the hi purpose url of annuities annultleaTb UIUr
Tb Tl proposition proplUol la I merely mul I a mutual lulua plan pla of orrr ofcuring se securing ¬
curing rr annuities IlulUr with 1h fixed Isf aaaeaamenU leD Tb Tt The only onlyway 01 oalyW7
way tn I wbleb wb the te city tl U Illertcd Interested 1 I that the tllrr tllrrCmplrUe Uayor UayorComptroller taor taorCoptroU
CmplrUe Comptroller and a4 Chamberlain Cmber an ar designated dnrDCd to t act actla id idIn
1 la a Judicial Judle capacity cpl on all a retirements rlrlcDl la addition additionIb addflloathe
the Ib Comptroller OlptrUtr ta 1 designated drlpale M the le custodian cl cuslodtinof of tb tbfond 111 111tc the therand
tc fond contributed ooltblkd by b the tb I employee < plr and M I I aM alsosLM
m sLM
duetloa dla from fm tb the I payrolls pr Stirdr Srr thi thl this eourtety olnr to tatb tott tothe
tb tt the employee IIPf U I not DO too t muoa muo to ask k of tb the I city cityIf olr olrI oIt oItIt
If the Intent and purpose plr of the bill bi isLA is iss isImpla
I and if tho city officials officialsare
LA s simple aa s this thi efclal efclala
are a to havo no more to do with carrying carryingout crrig crrigout
out the plan pla than tha its lt advocates advotcs say saythoro lay laythor artythere
there thor appears appea to bo b no good soo reason rMon why whytho whythe hy hytho
Involved in the thomatter thematter
tho city cty should become bcome Ivolved thl
matter at alt Those TIOe civil cvi servants lant who whodesire whodesire I I Idesir
desire desir to Join a mutual society focety to t secureannuities secure secureannuities scro scroanultO
annuities anultO may associate asoclto themselves therlvO to together to togter together ¬
gether in an organization organiaton for that pur purpose purps punpose ¬
pose without wthout bothering btherng tho municipality municipalityabout muncpaity muncpaityabout municipalityabout
about ps it It Among tho city cty employees cmpl01osaro cmpl01osaromay are aremany aromany
tho thobusiness thobusiness I
many may men capable cpable of managing Jig
organization who whofor whofor ho hotor
business bu ie of such an orlaton
for moderate compensation cmpenton or for none nonewould nonowold nonewould
would wold moert bo b glad gld to give Iive their U1Ci time tme and andskill ad adIk1 andskill
skill Ik1 for so worthy on object obje The ThoComptroller Te TeComptler TheComptroller
Comptroller Comptler has b enough to do to t keep keephim kep kephi keephim
him hi busy bU if i ho adds add nothing noti to t the 00 duties dutiesho dute dutiesho
ho is I now called ced upon upn to perform pror The ThoMayor Te TeMayor TheMayor
Mayor is i not an a official oIca loafer loaer by b any anymeans A Amc anymeans
To call them to run the thomutual themutual
means mc c upon tem t r te temuta
mutual retirement fund of the clericalemployees clerical clericalemployees
muta employees employ rtent of tho city ci would oud bo asking askingtoo olg olgtmuc askingtoomuch
too toomuch toomuchIt much muchIt
tmuc It would woud bo simpler sipler and better beter for the theemployees thoemploe theemployees
employees emploe interested intrt in I the tIO retirement retirementfund rtient rtientfud retirementfund
fund fud plan pl to incorporate icrorte a society aocet to tocarry t tocarry
carry 0 it into it execution oxecton without witout calling callingon
on th Ue liii city ct for any ay aid at all nl No ono onecould onocould oo oocud
could cud havo hvo any ay objection objecon to their Oel doing doi doingso
10 and ad CoL Ct DAVID DJVD E AXJSTKN AUST ft I solid solidable solidable
able and ad respected rpec citizen ctn and ad employee employeeof
of New York would ou bo b on I excellent cxolnt man manto manto
to t perform the th duties dutes of the te presidency presidencyot
of such sc por on a organization organizationNew oraaton oraatonNow
New York originated o t tho plan pIn of plank pl planklag
lag Ii shad which whch Philadelphia PhUephl claims oW A Ahardwood Ahawo Ahardwood
hardwood hawo ad board b two inches iohe thick thck and andw ad adwe andwill
we will w U seasoned Ina shaped hape to t fit f a fish 1h platter platterU plater platerI
U I th t the plank pla The To shad ah opened opne as a for broil broillag brl broillag
lag Ii with the backbone bokbno and rib rb bones ona hone re removed nomoved ¬
moved mon U i fastened fatne to t tho board ba with wlh a few fewUokj towtok fewtacks
tacks tok and d put pt before Wor a clear cle fire fo and ad routed routeduntil rtd routeduntil
until well done and the flake begin to
separate lpte Tho fish fb U i served aea with butter butterdusted btt butterdusted
dusted dut with popper and salt and ad garnished garnishedwith gabe garnishedwith
lemon lemonTho lemonThe with lemon a wtb mashed mhe ppp potato pott border bre parsley ploy and andlemon andlemon andlemon
The Te planked ple shad Iha season eon In Now York Yorkbegins Yorkbgl Yorkbegins
begins bgl early ely in i April AprL New York get Cet its Itafirst It itsfirst
dt first shad aa early elT in i the te month and d the spring cpringfish are arelb springfish
fish lb planked plane broiled brUo boiled bUe or fried fre fol follows folIowa folIow ¬
lows Iow tho te run rn of shad lb In i shoals Iho from frm the thesea thela thesea
sea la Into the t rivers rver in Southern Stor waters wotJlhob wotJlhobempt which whichempty whichempty
empty empt Into ilo the Atlantis tlnto Wbnn VI the te shad shadgoes shadgoes b
goes CO outusing out outl using the marketrnane market mktm man phrase phrasethe pho phrasethe
the bhieuah cornea In InOther inOther
to ble cme I
Other Oter cities ot than th New York have bT adopted adoptedthe aopt
the plank pl for the preparation prpaon of had and andPhiladelphia ad adPhleph andPhiladelphia
Phleph Philadelphia baa ba attained attie such Ich excellence excellenceIn exo leno
In the to practice prcc that some lome worthy worhy citizens citizenshave cltwn citizenshave
have hTe been bn led lo to believe boT that t thoy ty originated originatedthe orgnt
the to New York method meto which wh they toy copy CPT so soeffectively a aeetTcly soeffectively
effectivelyTho effectively eetTcly eetTclyTo
The Pacific Sopo once aflame with th thHon tho tholen tholion
To Paae Sop aao wt
Hon len J haM LEWIS LE U I afire re gain aga Th Throd Te Ter The Therod
rod r headed bedo women omen of tho Oregonian Oregeo Port Portland Por Portland
land ld have hTe a glee gle club of 100 10 voloes olol a sing singing In singlag ¬
lag Inl sunset let on a ocean oa of high hcb colored clor ton toncolor tn tone tonecolor
color cor Meanwhile Mealmh tho to Hon Bon TOM T01 WATSON WATSONis WOI Wiraois
is making a lot of red haired ha muslo inuuloThe musloTho
I mag I r muo muoTe
The Te present preent Wisconsin Winin Assembly mbT Is Isbody I a aby abody
body by of statesmen tUme for fe whom no problem probleis prblem prblemII problemIs
is too toovast voflt Vlt and ad none too to small ama The 10 Madison Madi Madion Ma
ln son on correspondent oorpndent of the tbMilukeBmfo tileaukttBtnttn MilwaukeBeninlay8 tileaukttBtnttnnays
nays Bar that tat nearly nory every evr other oter bill bl that tto com comup oomes oomesup
up for consideration cniderton in I the Assembly Assemblydirected by I is isdirected
directed against the railroads and ad ofte ofteall often oftenall
dire agaIt ro otn otna
all a that U i necessary noClar to t get gt a mesjurthrough measure mer measurethrough
through U to declare that it Is I aimed at th thrailroadi thrrd ths thsrallroads
thugb I t doar tt a
railroadi rrd This Ti Impartial ipl and ad philosophic philosophicspirit pholpho pholphoIpirt pbflosophiospirit
spirit Ipirt is 1 well expressed ex by Assemblyman AssemblymaiTb Abr AssemblymanCEANDLEU I
CUJ CEANDLEU of Grt Grtl Grant GrantThe
Tb The l railroads rla an arl th the fellow rao w wi ar see r after he tb tbare te thsJ thsJare
are n the th one Olr we w want waD to 1 regulate rr They Ter Th now D bar barall h hiviI1
all I1 the 111 privilege on earth earthA erthA
a pnvrt ea
A certain Or hog fence fonc bill bU treated tet whlribaldry with wt withribaldry
ribaldry rbdr by some lomo of the younger members memberswaa membr membrwa
was wa Jammed Jamm through throulb the to Assembly A mblY ns BOO BOOas aon aona soon soonaa
as a Mr CniNDZEB ODLE had hd asserted Uere thu tl th It wa wadirected wu wudt wudfrected
directed dt against agnlnt the railroad mlOid The To word wordthe wor wordsthe
the railroad rlrod seem lem to have a I mystic mpitlimeaning mto mtom mysticmeaning
m meaning i to t the te majority mJort as they always alwaybring aways awaysbrnK alwaysbring
bring brnK an effective eectvo response responseTbeeesame rapolo rapoloTee respoasoThese
These Tbeeesame Tee earns thinkers tlDker who are ar after ar therailroads the thirailroadi therrat
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of thmu the mueum muesum um ha la baa Madly kLdlr ktadI consented oD ndlhai that It 1 b be beUnued oon oonUnued 01
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the lb people pple ot New Ne ew York I Ie tb the educational ducaloDII ao aoirrlty a tottvlt >
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Uay Uall tay t not nt urge Iree our crllttni cluna through IUlh your yr our columns columnsto tlumo
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school tol Is and ad what work Is I being blr accomplished accomplishedunder a acoonnpllahedjnder < mpllhe
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to Judge of tb the Value VaUI of our public IubUo schools cbO to 1 this tblscommunity thl thiscornnunltr
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1 111n ann m pained Ialn to t not note that Jlr Ir Jolinsoii Johnll la almost al almost altnlt ¬
most tnlt voliint hot In his bl language latlie agalnatttio against Iho ttiotidlotis fa fatldlou CII
tldlou UdloullJourDr sojourner II II lii states Ilata that blt he declined declinedto delDed
to read rPd a book bok of European Eropen travol aol because boau the theauthor theaIUlr theauthor
aIUlr author had written wrlen lilmwlf down a snob snobon Inob Inobon cnobon
on the ftmt tut pace by referring uCorrn to t aonioof 1000 ot thee thestouch theetouch he heloucl
touch loucl and con go tourists tUrll M CookltM Cokll That Thatautbor Thaulbor Thatauthor
author must IUlt have hAe been something Imelblnl wane OIO than thana thAI
a snob to t call ni them Cooklte Ckl Tli The uY r call callthsmnelvei caUthemlelve callthemaeet
thsmnelvei themlelve Cookies Coklol At least a good o many manywhom mlr mlrwhom minTwhom
whom I know kow do and they at ae not snobs Inob by bya
a great deal dea Mr l1 Johnson oOhDIOD further furber furberTo say sayThe saysThe
To The fact flot I II that some ame of the thl most apprecia appreciative appreclat appreciatlye ¬
tive t v and Id therefore therefor moat mOI doilrable delable visitors vliltorto vllilrl visitorsto
to the ofEutop0 of ofEurope ofErop
t Crest aet galleries lalr and historic bllrlo places plce
Europe Erop are ae to t be b found among those Ihol whose whosetours lhoae lhoaeturl whosetours
tours turl are at necessarily I short and burrledas burrledasI buou
I know ko from talking tlkl uT with them lh at both blb ends endsof tDI mdiof
of the he journey Jouer Good God enoueb enough and true trueM lre lrea truea
M a eoap Ilpol gospel l and ad b hi has hlne saved himself hleU bjrtulng bjrtulngthe bT 11
the reitrlcUve retlcUTe restelcu phrase some 110 of the theI te teI th thI
I think Ihln I am a about abut as a democratic demoaUo as I any anyAID ar arAI sayAmerican
AID AI American erlcan elca citizen cllz of my acquaintance aQIntanc who whodecfoUr Is Isdecently Iikeentir
decently decfoUr democratic delocrtc To me me the te snob lob I Is i the theultimate theultinjiats be beUIUm
ultimate UIUm atom lm of social lc degeneration and andmore andmore andmore
more oipoclaUr Oipla so 1 when heo h ht roaches rocl the to limit limitfrom 1lt 1ltfrl limitfrom
from frl humble buble beginning beconn And yet et I am amInclined a Zl Zlinclined
Inclined InoUc to t think tbnk that tht the the sojourner aJoune abroad abroadhas abrad abradh abroadbu
has h corn some right Ilbl that t should be respected respectedThis reipeotedThis
This Tl Inclination IcUOD la I the te result of experience experienceSeveral eprnco Xp5Ijmflc5boeeraA
Several toTra years re ago o I went to t Europe Erope not notas no notto
as a rich rch sojourner IJOue but a a as an observer obenr who whopaid whopaid bo bopld
paid hit bl way by writing mU his hl observations cblnaUon at so somuch 10luch somuch
much luch par column clu I was WUODO one of aU those whom whom Mr MrJohnson MrJOhnOii I IJohln
Johnson Johln Is I kind kDd enough enoughtodefend to t defend dlCeDd Ihadnavsr Ihadnavsrbt 1 Ihad hd never neverbeen I IbPD
bt bPD been n over OTe oe before btoro and ad I 111 was with wlt an American Americanwho Jtmeflcanwho cD i iwho
who bad hd been b n there teo Naturally XtuaT he kept keptbuiy keptbilY keptbusy
busy bilY uillng tUlnle me how to t deport depr myself mal doing doingup Gl Goingup
up to London LndoD from Plymouth we e fell Into Intoconversation It intoconversatIon
rnveraton conversation with wll several levera Englishmen E IAmln In our oursecond ou ourseoond
second leond class compartment rmpltent one of whom whomwas whomwas hom homSi
was Sir Si Somebodyorother SmebrrUltr My American Americanfriend Americanfriend eican eicanfrltnd
friend was wa as absolute abIlulo devotion dp oton to the te titledgentiemsn titled titledgentleman tUe
gentleman ItUema The Ta baronet baone la I the te couraoof rurloof the theconversation te tecO theconveritIon
conversation cO IUtOD asked ukc who ho was wa President of ofthe ofte ofthe
the te United nle States SUIt We knew k aid Id told him himand hi himand
and later when whf I rather rte sniffed nue at 11 the to Ignor Ignoracco lDor lDorICO Ignortaco
taco ICO of the te nobility nobllT I got a rating rll for my myIrreverence myLneveyenc
Irreverence erence At London my friend called
my m attention alteoton to t a coronet cronet on a cab tab tb an antold
told lld me 11 the to Duke Due of Something Smltl owned owe hal halthe haf hafte haltthe
the te cabs In London Lndon I Innocently locenUr Inquire tnqudit InquireIf iquie
If I his hi Oukeneas Dukeea was lU tn L the te livery Ivr business businessand bule busInessand
and ad my friend said ad I didnt dllt appreciate pproile tho thothings to tolnn those thosethIngs
things lnn whatever whatevr th they y were wae and a refus refusto ree rthised rthisedto
to t tell me anything aT l more morelie moro moreHe
lie was one kind kod of American elo There Therwere Therewere Te <
were weo others oter Thers Tert wa was a a who whole boll bunch bunc o othorn ot otom ofthem
thorn om We met thorn tt at the tl American AmerIcn Ex Exchange E Exc
change c In London Lndon They Ter bad come cm over OTe to toaulst toaul toaslIst
aulst aul at some ame sort 8f of a commercial cmerci exposi exposition ell elltc siosILion ¬
Lion tc Thoy suggested aunet that tll we wodJou adjourn acrossthe across acol amossthe
the e Strand Stad to t the te Charing Cal Cross Coa station ltUon and andlubricate andllbrlclt andlubrlcata
lubricate llbrlclt A bar In I an English Elsh railway railwaystation rUw rUwltOD raliwirstation
station ltOD goes Ot with wlt the rest It of It arid there theo are areno ae aeno areno
no screens Iceens and nd green blinds bUda and aid aide 110 doors doorsand dooriand doonaod
and such American eica accessories acc orlel TheseAmericans These 1beloAelcal TheseAmericans
Americans Aelcal lined lie up along aone the te counter cuDte and aadbegan Ad Adbl andbegan
began bl aD to Jolly Jol the te barmaids bmads which ht no nogentleman nonnUtm nogentleman
gentleman nnUtm ever ee does doe when be b Is 1 sober abe The Themaids Te TemldeeseDl Thenzaldsresented
mldeeseDl nzaldsresented maids resented the thefimUlarlty IlfaUlultT familiarity and an our Ameri Americans merlcans eI ¬
ca cans being bele sober lbe shut ut up Then TtD they tcr be began b begin ¬
gin laD to t order orde tn I loud tones tnea American Ammcl Eagle Esglicocktail Elle ElleocklaU Eaglecocklalis
cocktail ocklaU Star Sl Sta Spangled fpalc Banner DUDe toddle toddleFourth lde toddieFourth
Fourth Foul of July Jur fUzas fZO and ad similar IUu sillies slillesuntil silliesuntil acl
until all a u the te railway raUw passengers pueDle waltlne aUnq fortheir for tortl fortheIr
their tl trains tai be bUl began sn to look lok our ou way Wa By this thistlmo tla tlatto thisttnio
tlmo I had understand why It
tto ba begun bu to l uDdeltd wh was wasthe wuIhe wasth
the th rapldflrlni American Ameicn wa was held In such suchdlsftteem suchdisesteem ucbdllttem
dlsftteem disesteem rapldtt by 10relgner foreigners and ad as soon as Ihad I Iand Ihad
had taken a II glass of bUu DOt bll blttexs blttexsI I
I laid a paronblele pardonable lie abu about an engagement engagementand tment tmentand
and cot 01 out leaving th 11 sang III to o unl Kurine KUrll1 gurgte as a I Ihad It Ithd ithad
had begun brn I am free Cre tee 10 admit 001 that m mUtl mT
Utl UUI loving 10vD Hand f felt tl aa B 1 did about the tb com comThe oompaD cornparty
party paD we were 10 This happened happled within withinthree wIthi
three hou hours aftr after our ourarnival arival ID lO1n lO1nThe town townThe
The nextevenlmr lut next evnlol eventng coming romlnl out of Craven Cravenrienator raven ravenstreet vtn vtnItet
Itet street It Into the tlru htrau w we met a Unlle United llat llatHentor States Statesfisnator
Hentor rienator a good fellow relow and an and a breezy brte7Y American AmericanclllzoL America AmericanciUzori
clllzoL ISo 10d o greeted Ileil each ncl other cordially corialy
lIe lie was co 10 glad iiad to nee ee us that thI he said be was wasD W WDd wDd
D Dd Dd d glad Ilar In a voice that th could be b heard heardIn hpar he heIn
In the not block blOk Then ben be told tld us what wht be bethought bothoulh bethought
thoulh thought of foreign forelc people Pople and foreign forlIn man manners manner mannets ¬
nets ner gathered ratbere In Ibo three or four day dYI since sinceLI Ilneo sIncehis
LI his arrival arl at Liverpool 1I erpl and ad be ripped out outucb outlucb outsuch
such loud a rf sounding rflouDdlDi paths oath oaths of emphasis rf that hal I Ibeard Iwu Iwas
wu afraid 1m seine bbby bobby or other might bea bear bearhim
him and od run In him In tnryby tverybo4y who Passed Passedheard
beard head him and tome rme Hopped to t ate 11 11 what wtathe whatthe hat hattho
the matter was I was tal becoming beorn IOlle uncomfort uncomfortable uncomtort uncornfortable
able tter 1 wasnt un particularly parUculaly stuck on th thcountry the tbecOlnt thecountry
country tnself tledt but u I didnt dldn say lY so 1 quit e1 e1publicly 10 10pubUr so sopublicly
publicly llo said the English manner o ospeaking at atIpeaklnl ofspeaking
pubUr 10 lad Inlab talt
speaking Ipeaklnl bad put such an edge el on al hit nerve nervethat noruslhat nervesthat
that the tll night nlih before h II hi bad heard a men maitalking ma menalkng
talking at a boat bat landing laodlDI on the Thames Thlml em embankment emJnkmeDt embankzuent
1lkinl bankment JnkmeDt whoa voice sounded loludtlke tike the right righttbing rlghtuinir reht rehtIWnl
tuinir and he had ad waited wall for him to comto come cometo
IWnl to the street alrnt H lie 11 aaked ked him If I he wore lre a aArnerlcanand an anAmerlc anAmerican
Arnerlcanand Amerlc American and nd the stranger ItRnlnr blurtedou blured blurted au out t touch ITha
Tha Thexik dod ad 1 am arn h he BDllmen sentiment atck atcklch atrucic atrucicsuch
ouch lch a responsive rfIMDlin chord In i the Senator Senatorbosom 800trs 800trsIlm Senatorsbosom
bosom Ilm that be forthwith fQrhlh feu fU on his fella fellacountrymans lelow lelowruDlrna fellow fellowcountrymans
ruDlrna countrymans neck nc necI and ald they went fDt away aWIY aWIYnthlr u useveral to togethr
nthlr aDd and 11 rot a drlnl drinic I ba bad ben been mftnl meeting meetingseveral
several eral of my fellow flow citizens befor befor1 1 Set iiet th thSenator Ih8tnatr the thesenator
Senator and when he cltzenl told tld me of this fpt Thank ThaniGod Thak ThakGod ThankGod
8tnatr God 1 1 am a one 1 dont know why but I road roadup madup madeUt
up my m mind that hI the Thank rha bod uod I am amstyle amItrle amstyle
style of Americana mencal was the kind kild I IIDOlt most didn didnwant dldnt dldntwn didntwant
want wn to encounter enruDllr An A experience latln latlnfrom lalunl laetlnfrom
from trm May to November SOTemla epeenco strengthened thi thiconclusion Slits SlitsooncIuajon
conclusion onduon materially mllrlly alonilne t
When VhcnlweniontolhrContlnentIleftrnyCri VhcnlweniontolhrContlnentIleftrnyCrifriend Itnl 1 went on l o tt theContlnentlleftmyfrst theContlnentlleftmyfrstfriend ContntDt lieU mr Clt Clttrlnd
friend tn I England and hud hld quite a dlneronitort dlneroni dlfoon dlfoonerl dierontsort
tort erl of American Ameria as a substitute lie tiai tiaia haa
a 1 certain N1ln amount aounl of money to spend I tld nm nmwanted In Inwanltd enwanted
wanted th the full ful worth orlh of It I We 0 bough boughtour burht burhtlour boughttour
tour ticket tekel and hotel hole coupons rtlpona and had our ourown u uown ur urown
own part paty Party of two This Tbl chap told every ever everforeigners eeT
forfhno foreigner bo met how much lultfr grcate Alerka AlerkaR America Americawe
we R than anT other country on earth andJize andJizeforelgnora
tan oler runt eart
foreigners fnre norl were Wl1e polite ple enough enou b not nl to 1 andJe andJefnre dlstml dlstmlthe dlpulo dlpuloIho dispute disputethe
the i iAlpine Iialemeut statement lomlf Conziig to Oeneva from fromChaounll from fromhamounhx
Chaounll hamounhx b by rachtryIs coachSIltyaix mIlesbe mIlesbetold
rUebe rUebelold
told a couple rupl of 0 Fnll English h youth who ho bad been bcpnAlpine beenAlpine
Alpine climbing citllnr that IhR the th only mountain moultw to torlluib 10clnb toclinib
rlluib clnb were er the Hock Hockin IF and ad they maid they tieythought theythought IY IYIboOlbt
thought IboOlbt of coming MmlDI over to try them llm He Hekept 10 10kplI liekept
kplI kept en fn tooting wotr for American Amtlan advantages advantagesuntil advantarciuntil I IunlU
unlU until Just iust before we 0 reached reahe Geneva OlnlTa a Wr hiI I Ifat
fat old Englishman Ellma turned turnl to me smiling smilingand stallinganll lnl
and n whispered hlIere If I fleneva Olnlva were only a few fewmiles f frlPA fewmiles I
miles further tur pr off o rour friend would tell the theboys theboys I
rlPA bYB boys co ep much about Rbut America Amfrlr that tha le they theywouldnt lbfT theywouidri I Iouldn
wouldnt ouldn I ham to go there er at a all al This ThlMmo same sameAmerican urnsAmerican
American Amelrln parnlyied pRrll a dark crk In a Parisian Parisianthopby Pallau Parlelatiihop I
thopby ihop by y saying yIng hn bl zf wanted alm a pai pair palrnf or Games Gamesf Oantesgloves I Ilions
lions 101 loves lie J had S4 seen > en n Osnts nla In hi hug mg letters lettersi leltl letti re reIii a aII
II Iii f i th the window and snl that wa was 1 enough fnoulb for him hime hi himlie
1t lie e tl us was In continual rows with wlt porters port l and andng ana anaOM andone
OM da cloy when J out up a dime to QUtl quell an In Inrlpltnt inriplent
rlpltnt riplent riot be b wnteej atr l to lick lck me Instead Inaled ofthe of ofIhf
Ihf the porters rll Jat lieU a steamboat Ifamb lOAd of muecj muecjand
and wonderln ondelnj ng foreigners foreignerspeopls 10rehfrl wat watched he the mutl Pt per performance
forman e WhtD I 1010 told him what hlt a Steure Steurehe lre lrehI
hI he Wi wee mI mnainc of olr our glorious lald land and l its itspeople
people for the Ihee these foreigner foul Iner to t descant upon uponhe
rtplA lie I sold 1111 the e lot of them tem could ruld go to U up1h up1hI ii iithey If Iflags u uIh
Ih they dldnt Ike like his way 7 of doll doIng IO things lags U UIn ndldDL lie liedidnt
dldDL whisper hlp r I it tlle eIther eItherIn UI
In Paristhe Pal Paris to the bookies Cke Cookies were lfO out In force forceThey f0 toreThey
They owned th the town towna OI Ope dy we rlnI rap Into Intoa
Tey ownf tl
a whole holo drove of thei theiPantliron them drlnD through the thelanthoon
Pantliron and as we e wrejning were wfonlnr rnlng their elr way waywe waywe te telanUn y yrplin
we fell rplin In with I the t crowd row What Wl11 we got was wasquite wasnUite 1
quite timclent lllenl Its Il chief rb et virtue Irtu was U that thatIt
qul It didnt last long ion They TeT did the th Pantheon pnthND pnthNDIn Pantheonin tat
1 in about ablt icven sven Inn minutes mlnul There 1bl8 flier was w a Kan KanMa II EaneaR
Ma ConereMrnan COrlfrtJmaD tn the crowd eQ1d who ho wa Wi was n nnight 1 asight
R te
night lie had on a straw ataw hat that lht looked lookeda 100lP
ehlh a as If ba b le bad been using ull It I to t hatch hl Populist Populistvotes Populistvotes
votes volf1 I In his pants fanlI pantsI I u UI the to term tfrm advisedly advisedlywere advisedlywere dv porUIt porUItvolf1 dly dlyO
were O of loud check Ibak three trf tnrhes InrJ too short shortand abortand or ornl
and rumpled rumplP fromstejn tromlle to t gudgeon Ctldlen his coat roatwn rat ratD coatwas
wn was nl D a linen duster lfr down rowD to his ankles that thatlooked thatlooked A Alooke
looked a If b Iu be had been hfn worklnj working It 1 overtime overtimean oetle oetleI
looke an a nightie bis hil hI phoeo ho JOM were wrr dtlnw yellow Yellow and he heduMy howoro h5wore
I wore ack socks of a IUbUt subdued shade a that at showed showedduety 0wP
duMy du tr sign tgns nl of travel travl Xo stage tte manager managerIn manAe manAeIn
In Paris rla could roul have hlo Improved Improve on that rig If I ifbe
be had boon btn looking loklnl for a costume c lum for a carl carlIt ral ral1llre carlcntuearikeestatesman
1llre cntuearikeestatesman ankee latMman Jedldntalnrm Jedldntalnrmhl lledldntglvadam lledldntglvadamwhat
what hl he 10111 looked Ik lIke Jis hl was seeing ftlnl Pai PaiII Paris ParisIt
It la nefxlle needlees to say that t the te Parisians Peillani were wereleelrg wereseeing ee ee111rc
seeing 111rc nNI him hm al alo aim o and arriving arlvlf at I their OIPI own ownoncluslons owncnrlAloD ownconclusions
conclusions The otu otuhem otherp were ee a QUI queer I a asortrnent
cnrlAloD sortrnent Rnd nd To 11 th war otfr aT those guIdes Ild jammed jammedthem
Irtfnt Jat
them through the Ib hlstorle Mlrle associations alOllaUoll of ottho ofthe
the Ho Pantheon lalbln would auld haveJBlven haTI Rlnn tipstoforrTe tipstoforrTeif tPI tips I to some aomeof someof
of if our bur olr State Htl and national nlODal legislators Ilalor on their thebmelhfvris theirmethods theirmethods el
methods of securing lrlnc needed laws lawsif lw8In lawsIn
mlthn In the Museum at t Naples Narle nlr we w eaw aw w mother enotherCokie motherO nther ntherCEke
Cokie O okle conglomeration onlomeIlon moUrchooirnnrmii moUrchooirnnrmiisnq mlor motlr schoolezrnrrna schoolezrnrrnaand ttbolmll
an CEke and snq tly t theyiookedth Tlookt looked th part par Tlis Tu Thetiiiiswaeju00 Thetiiiiswaeju00and Umewa tn Junoana Juno JUMan
an and ana Naplnn atl Is not nl frosty frt In Junk Junt iun The Th r guides guidesA guideswhlslod
Idel Idelwhlso
11 L Lhere
whlslod A the MmplnT compeny through hrulR the bll rm rmh1 room roomwhere
whlso where h1 here we e tl crowed their path In three thtl minutes mlntitesiy mlnutl mlnutlI minuteshi
hY hi iy the watch At CrMe OR sntl son Orl I can n use ee 1 yet Ytl the shiny shinyerl ahlnTee shinyred
red erl face treI the thl limp lmp bata bnC the ih hopeless bopeiushate hopelesslat bopfluI
I hate lat ee and the withered shirt sldrtwatsteof br watatsof atl Of these thesetelpleinanrl IhlAe thosehelpless
help helpless telpleinanrl lll and weary t8rr round rounl women splashing snlaahlnsround splashingaround unlna unlnaaound
aound round In anI their Ih lr own t lotplraUon perp1raUon > erj > lratlon and ad If seeking seekingif seekin seekinin kID kIDIn
In uln Tam fcc 10mflhimr eomethng they clld could grab hold holdof boi boiru
of ru if and drag th thmplM m elvM out to t a shore Ihor Ihorhlch o orhlrh owhich
which titer thl1 might mllM rent for a little Ille Most 01 che c 0Ihl oLhe
Ihl he leisurely lelAurelr foreigners fnrICft about abut the t le roonUooke roonUookeI rcm rcmInrr room toos4 toos4rityinsly
rityinsly at the hurn1nc hnrr1n parr partr 1m some mlr merely merelylaurhed r rulhed
laurhed ulhed Inrr One who spoke Flllah FniIah Ihr shrurged shrurgedus
us rhouldpf tjouidep and Ild eaid Ip Oh thle thse Amrlcall AmrlcallIllt Atnericanil AtnericanilI
I Illt met In Naples an elderly flenlT Englishman 1lllman on onf one onlof oneif
of f the tit kindliest Indlell gentlest vOIMt men I ever knew He Hea le lew II e esq
w a sq tll cliv liv at first trtl but hit later when hn we w had become beoornemerloans bmt becomerood
rood frlfndl friends t ne he tld told rt me we wre rl te the Ant AntAmlrl drettroerloans
Amlrl merloans o anl he I had hat ever met m t 1 He had hd been beenimlne b beenomlnic en enrrlnl
rrlnl imlne to t theCortlnent tf CorUntnt for twenty nntr nv ty Ave rears rearsit yearsuL al albt
it was afraid Ilrald of Americans Amerlana because baUo ttjos ttjosw t toa toas O
bt 1
s w were wetl so lavish la111 in t their tl money spsnc1 IPn spnetng
had nut noticed nltNI us In a scrap my close dOlf com compnnlon oornnlon ootnpetitIon
petitIon nlon vfastmvlng warn 11lnr hevlnl with n 1 porter frltr awl old andIdea jtie jtiewouiil Ihl
Idea of MI a Arrrhon Atitorloan trying ti t le get alrh anythipi anythipiiiiett n nlhlll
iiiett lhlll fM al so 1 titiustial InuAu1 tryli iput thl hQ tInouutilt Ihoulht Ito Itotiittlti 10 10fuhl
wouiil fuhl idea lvo u us 1 a trial tFili W Imil halllke lieu ricked ui 111 1111ull > n nioupln itvoupie
ioupln of Nun ork Ainaruuri Aln who whonn wwrw wwrwvery ete eteery
1ull very ery fair rlir KUMI InlIM iuutliles II > < M and DIII our InulChilian rIllnn liked likedIM Ikd IkdI
IM I well w1 enoimli eflru nlll ci I ill II tt parllntf parllnl pan I ii ii to KKI Ill ti u us u IC n ilitt dinner dinnernt lllllr lllllrIt
nt KlorencH Iorer slid alil ray he I wit 11 woe sorry irry rr hn lisilnt lisilnthoKun hRllnIhelUI iisulntIcuilUli
It hoKun helUI earlier urUer to la nio rol libel t Am tiiericii ricnii IClllo vhu i Ito 10 iiiivht iiiivhthave Ilill igli iglihave
have acnulrexl e4iIIlrdliter destroyed dlrore tha bad Lad Imiirassloiia IIIJrlol lia h lUl IntOe4iIIlrd md mdacnulrexl
aCulre Tbero 11tr liter were re other olhfr oxperlenreii pxpprltlrf1 to prove 1100 to toany tony tomy
any ny American AnerlCln inpubln 111101 of Judging Judllnl that ag aggregations aggregatioti ¬
gregations of Americans Attrlroll swootilng lI > lnl down downupory dow dowUPOl tIowfluport
1111001 upory foreigners forll nr who ho urn fro renlly rLIY narrow nlrol and andIgnorant anllhnotal Intlignorant
Ignorant UPOl hnotal on many lany subject luhj111 but hoM line OI oiiln oiilndeal 01111 oIlilIion
lon4 ion ac arc wort worth InlllPrlll coneirlerlrtM havo nlvo dOllo f it rrta great greatdeal
deal to t put th the s seoi ul lor of concleinnatlpi 1lulplnliiotl on every eveiythlnc everything ery erythin
thing thin ta that I 1M American Atuerltan The Indlvidi ludItttItl titter AIIHTIcan titter1cm llr llrIrab
1cm Ican however howlnr cliesty Y ho may feel rt1 anionif anionifthe allOl1 alilonhIthe
the the effete monarchies monarcltB cl I ig vrlre wiN enough tnolrh tq tqand 10 10rn Inrtow
rtow thlt that when he II In Iho 11lnorl minority 10 ito bad badot ha haJiolt
Jiolt ot Clrorm conform to the custom about biO hint and andIe alt althe
rn he Ie ca can b be Qlilo quite t UI the prope properjstun jlln Ju hUt 1 50 50many
many ot UB In leave mon money and want 011 to see the thealhlot thesightiof
sightiof theOldWorid Old World that an wage eloorln over in IQuadl iquadsand IQuadland
and alhlot droves te and a bunch tunch ta Americans ot mflcana enT enTsop en enrue encouragn1
couragn1 by lumben number can do lore more M sassy anI and andtIaopliieticatcd
rue tIaopliieticatcd sop doeds or dlrlnA daring Iha tItan lnT lnToUe any anyother
other 1flphllUcal sopcombination combination rmblnaUon doel oh on the footstool COIol The Theicy They Therlom Theyseem
oUe seem to pride them themselves elvel te on blunln wlr wlrrU that thatnay
lom rU over on crowns c01 and dodhoppers cohOPPCa alike ake an anthey and andUler
they icy will wl flaunt lun tho to Fla Fa Flag In I the o far f of any anything ay aytlDI anything ¬
thing that has a countenance runlpDanro 1 have met meta mIlone
a tlDI lone American flcn wandering wanderlnl about abut the tl streets streetsof It l
of a foreign forllJn city rlt about abt the most helpless helplessmeek hlllel hlllelrDt heplea5Ineeic
meek and lowly creature that crawled cawlt I have haveaked ba baysMked
aked rDt aD him 10WIt to l Join oln our party atr tat end I have Itn seen seenhim e n ntn
him ke tn rise from frm hi his II humility humlNIT to the very cr heightof height hplbt heightsof
of tm the undesirable udtllblo aggregate 1Ifntl We e found one oneone on ononl oneone
one to night n ht In Paris > ell aris lo lost t In t tHauumann the 101ieTau 101ieTauJ1umann touievaru touievaruHausemann
Hauumann and an J so scared that thlt 1 1hour 11 he shook ook An Anhour Anhour
hour J1umann later lale h he was Wi a IUf making a pecch etrh at th thAmerican OA OAAmkan tbAmerkan
American Cafa ea af that Ual malnl was positively pOlllvly blood bloodcurdling blod blodmrdl bloodcurdlInz
curdling mrdl toget away aarTo awayThe In lu ll patriotism patitsm and Ad we were eO trying tryingThe tlnl tryingtoget
tet The American Amfrlcan Abroad boad Is 11lmvolnl Improving every everyyear fTe eYeTTyeir
year To lie h la learning to take tak 11 his nl company companymanners compaflmannersalong
mannersalong manners ea alon with llh him hiI himIt t It may be whispered behlpere bewhispereIn whisperedin rmplnr
in maDDfI n strict tlet and ao family fmiy confidence tar that ltat Us 1 Is Islearning IIlalnA isearning
learning to have better manner at homo homohe bore homebe
he lalnA e Is narrowing narowlnl down dowl to t something Imfthlnc better betterthan betu betulhl betterthan
than the thl limitless West lie Is dUcovorlns dUcovorlnstbst dlcvprlnl dtscovoringthat
1 Wet le
that lhl a thousand thouand lmIUe yeans yea of European Europao civilizing civilizingand c111nl c1vilirinand
and refining InDlnc prooeiwes pro t are al not nl to bo kicked kickedover kIcke ilckeciover
over by a bronco brno b hi Inot not to t Jar Ar Mr Johnson Johnsonby Johnsonby Johnan Johnanbr
oYr raliLnd that t to tobaan tobean
by a snobbish sentiment nUmlDtl rtalltlnc rtlE nl t t
bean American does doO not mean bo a bad man manfrom ma manfrom
baD Amtran men
from rrm Hitter JIr Creek reek with wlh his hllln gun drawed drawedThe drawf drawedJhereal
The Jhereal real American Amlrlcnl thoa tho who know what whatI whatii
ii I beat bt rea and u UII use It to advance dvanc Ihilountry thienountry this country tothe to toroes tothe
nations In everything that thatgoes
the forrrnt forefront or ntlonl eTmllnl Ihr I Ial
roes to m mn make k lf the progress tht shall Rhol last IRt for forall forall
all lo time have acquired alnlrfd InlQ the knowledge InoMle that thattheir tUlt tUltIhelr thattheir
al their tme los less apt or fortunate forlunll fellow citizen cUreM are aremore arl aremore
more slowly absorbing abnrblnl Inl end nd It Is not snobbery snobberyfor Inob rr rrfnr
for mor them to condemn whatever whalolr reflects retlect upon uponthe UPOI uponthe
the th highest bcht type Iyl of t rh the he American AmericanOnce Amr Aniericaninceupon ln lnOnce
Once inceupon upon upln a time the theonly only American AmerclnB worn werIndians wornTndlanl wereTndians
Indians There are A good many Indian Indianamong IndIRnmonr Indianeamong
110 1
among monr us yet not a few loolrfny of whom can n and ando anddo anddo
among do o go tn Europe 1I 1 but they should not nt fur furnish lurtlAI furish ¬
nish ish the standard by which the world la I to tojudge toJudn tojudge
judge tlAI the tb whole lnda country count wbcb W J o L LNKTT L Lzcw
NKTT xw rome April is
Dffcnoe Drmoo of fr the to Expanded End Course Clno of Stud Studla StndiIa td
la the PubUo Schools SchoolsTo SehoollTo SchoolsTo
To vna r Eorroa EDroB or Tn TE Tics SewSir StSi Befor Beforthese Defonteo fleforithese
these teo parents pant allow aow themselves themel to t become becomconvinced berml bermlovce becomeoonvtncsd
convinced that tat manual maua training ualnDl shopwork shopworkcooking thop9ork shopworkcooking
cooking ccklnc ovce and ad those subjects ubJoCl which may mr b bcalled b be becalled
called th Industrial ldula arts a should aould be ellml ellmlnated elml elmlDate eiiminated
cae nated Date from frm the rmbllo pblo school course olreo the theshould tr trahould thushould
should ask themselves telsel0 What Wa la the aim m an anend aDd aDdnd andend
end nd of an education eucalloD Is 1 It merely to t acoumu acoumulate ooumu ooumult acoumulate
late lt Information InormUoD In formal form subjects lubJec1 To ob obtain ob obtam
tain t tam control cODtol of the L symboU lybL of learning learningSomething leanle leanleSmllbnl learningiSomething
Something more la necessary Whether th thboy the theboy
Smllbnl mor I Deena tle tlebr
boy br Is destined for the he carpenters carpelier bench 01for or ortor orfor
for the t counting CUDtDI bout It Is 1 dMlrable dMlrblo that tha b bshall hhal he heshall
shall hal have bn a I broad brot view of life Iro that tat he se sewithin lee leeltb seewithin
within ltb his ht dally dar workno matter It r in I what wbt I Imay It Itm iimay
m may consistall cnBtal that Is 1 socially aoca7 significant slgnlflcantEven significantEven eloat
Even Eenl If the th three h flu R enable onlbll the to man who bo t tthe I ii iithe
the product produc of such lucl a scheme of instruction Inntructloto Infrcton Infrctont
to te t reap the best material benefits beoetlB will wUa an edu education educaton edocation
cation caton baaed bue t mainly Inlr on the three Us R be ai aiapproach 1 1appral an anapproach
approach appral to a complete cmpleto education It 1 I rl ad admltted admltd admuted
muted mltd that tha If I the present preent course clrao of etud etudfall study studyfalls ludYtal
fall tal to t give a proper working work III knowledge knowledgof koowledle koowledleof
cve reading and writing wrltlniIt writingIt
of arithmetic athmeto spelling lpl 0 I realnr ltD ltDI
It I fall fa utterly ulerl But ut th She conclusions cncluelons which wtUobbav whichhave bch bchhav
have hav lately la ly been bea mo made to t show that th the In Introduction lDuoluctlon introduotion ¬
troduction uoluctlon of manual training ullll ba bal Injured Injuredth Injure injuredthu
th t thu essential elenla subjects lubJC bavo been baaed basd on onInsufficient onlnutcoDt onlnsufflcloot
Insufficient lnutcoDt data dat If I propnr comparisons cmpasonl were weremade weremade weretaado
made It Is I safe t to t say that the thl knowledge knowledgeof
of these tbele essential eSDta subjects uboo possessed pal by b the thelater W WIIer thelater
later graduates ladutf of the e pubUo schools lehcl would wouldbe wouldb wouldbe
be b found Coud to t be Immeasurably Immourablr superior epror to t that thatof tblt tbltof thator
of the craduates Cadules of any Ir previous preVoI years yearsTbe yea yearsThe
The leading lenl educators eduolr of the country counl unit unitIn unll unllIn unitin
In supporting the to Introduction InJcucton of the te manual manualarts IDU IDUas manualarts
arts IUpprl Those ole teachers uachea In th the city schools Ichal who whoare 1bo 1boare whoare
as are engaged In advanced adanl professional prfelona study studyand studyand Iudyand
and enlace who regard traohlns as morethan moro then a amere amere amare
mere occupation defend the teaching leachDf of ofthese ottheso ofthese
these ocupton subjects IbJel Have lae these subjects Bubot been beenIntroduced bn bnIntodue beenintroduced
Introduced merely tfrely becauto beu they tbt are the fad fadof fad fadeof
Intodue of those In authority aUIlor or rather have hv they theybeen theyb theybeen
been b n Introduced lutoduced because boowe of their definite definitevalue delle delleaue deSnItevaiueaeeducattonalsubiects
value vaiueaeeducattonalsubiects aa educational ubjects Their TIlr preeenco preeencomsy prNeDcemaT preeencamay
may aue bo Justified JU eucljopollubJf lned on the thl ground Iould that thoy are aravital arelll arevital
vital maT force forcfi In tho childs mental Illral develop development developmenl development ¬
ment lll an n Investigation n eltlr UOD of the tlt conditions condllloR of ofAmerican ofAmerican
American Amencn lift ire will wl show Ihow their Ibel necessity neollr ex exItis e expriment
plnmen ha has proved Iha that these IU subjects subjectshave bela
have haO a vlallllfr vital iratertst 1 for pupils pupll and give tv them themsomething htmImolhnl
something nl not t to 1 Lx gainod In any other way wayIt ay ayIt
Imolhnl Itis It I is true IrUI that thlt without wlhoUL Iane these Ihelt subject In Ineluded IDeudfd included
eluded the founders rOlndcr of the nation recelvoc recelvocan recelcdan
an eudfd education unsurpassed un urJaAed In efficiency etlclenc bu buconditions but butcDdtona butconditions
conditions euIUon are re not no the same The lt applied appliedtions application pIlca pIlcaton
tions cDdtona of science lolnc hay have hae made l de vast change chanle inthe li lithe In Inthe
the ton social evolution eollon borne tome compeoHatloi compeoHatloimust conipetneatlonmust onlpenHUon onlpenHUonmU8t
must b be made m de for th thf the losses loue tuMafned U IDP Uj Ujmeant lT lTmens fly flymeans
meant b of manual training tralnlnlllnd and like lke eubje abecI eubjects eubjectsthe u unatural
the attempt h ha bln been made U In give tla that IrllnlDI tralnin tralninof
atmpI mal Ive
at lb the eenzsos enl attention enUon and dUdlTtn Judgment whlob whlobforerl whlcformerly
formerly cam through Cam famUlar IAr borne hore ocu ocuptonl occu occupatlons
forerl patlons or cml Ibrurh through coo close contct contact wlh with the thlDturl thenatural
natural ptonl eurroundlngs eurroundlngsAnother surroundinesAnother
Dturl Another eurundlnr misunderstanding mllundeltandlne has hal ba arisen be because b because ¬
cause of the notion noton that tha the chief Importajici Importajicitalned Imfrce Imfrceat Importance Importanceof
at cUIO the these subjects ubJet 161 lies In their worb worth al as ladM ladMor tradee tradeeor
or II in the dnll degree 01 phrlra physical desorlT dexterity aI aIIlof attamed
tamed by the pup1 plpl Hut luL they are ae not mere meredevices moredeVoes meredevices
devices Ilof of tle hand bnd hnd ere The Te the Intellectual Intellectualand Intltlua
deVoes and nd ethical Mpecta are ae more mo Important ImportantThey Imfranl ImfranlTher importantTher
Ther are valuable vluable upct as thought IhOUlb subjects aubec the thearta themoot
moot mOI rudlnentnJ7 ar1 lesson It on In any ono ot the thoar thearts
arts rdlmntlr neceasltatlnB an amount of logical logicalve logicalthought
thought ar neculUnl on th the part at tht the Iupl pupil The They 10ccI 10ccIthUlh give givethe ve vehim
thUlh the pupllflrat nUl hand eaperlenceand sperleDls and brlfl bring lve lveIhe 11m 11mIDt him himIntooontact 1dminto
into Intooontact pupi oontact with th realities realtN As A the Industrial Industrialsrta Industrialana Industrialarts
ana IDt CDIlt lend themselves themsl e readily rraly to communal communalwork communa communalwork
work the learner Ifuner Is offered orrt an opportunity opportunityto oPfrtunllY
to gain te an Insight Into Inl the social Ila and scien scientific BclentUlr scientlflc ¬
tific values In bis bil work Statistic 8UtUtBhow show that thata
a large vlUM proportion of th tnf the American Amrnn people peopleire popl peopleare
ire are lall encacedMn en encaced propron llli In active Industrial llfoff life It edu education educatlo education
cation Is 1110 to be a preparation for that life the theImportance thoImfOrtnc theimportance
Importance of the Industrial arts Is again againmnhasUed ualnImphulzed againemphasized
emphasized mnhasUed CusBitoou CusBitoouSKW CZissitooitEw 1811001l 1811001lJw
SKW Jw YORE Yon April 14 14Interest Ublend 14Intereet t
Interest In Sptrttnallsm In London LondonFnm IondoaItem
From tin 16 OrMtlvn 1IO ItlV < Life UfiLondon LI Lifefondon
London It talking of a remarkable sptrttnaUitlo sptrttnaUitlostanc Iplrttaall11otfnee sptrltuathttoSance
stanc held In a private house In tho suburbs at atwhich a awblch atwhIch
which a number of prominent men of letter letlera den edentjitJ dentist ¬
rttl tist lawyers and physicians were present prt5mtmoU prt5mtmoUot moil moilof
of them tn the h capacity of earoMt believer In Inspiritualism inspiritualism
spiritualism Among them were Sir William WilliamCrook WWlamCtOokra VIlllarnCrook
CtOokra Crook ft and Sir Oliver Lodge the two leading leadingscientist leadIngectentistl
scientist of lh the day and Sir Arthur conic Doyle DoyleCorrtspondenc DoI DoICorrcepondrocl Doylecorrespondence
correspondence In th the newspaper lIewlpl pen reveals the fact factthat fsctthat
that an unusually large number of public men are araiptrttuauit anpll1tualbllo arespizttuimt5
iptrttuauit pll1tualbllo and that large sums of money are araspent anI areepent
I spent avery I week erk In the attempt to fatbum the thamysteries I I1D7Ilentl themysterlee
mysteries of the h unknown unknownOna Ul1knoWtlODI unknownOne
One ot the three gentlemen Ir Umeo named above told toldm toldml toldme
m ml In all aerlousneaa yesterday that Iha at a recent recentliinc rerentI recentsSance
I liinc ha bad discovered the th Important fact that thattb thaIbl thatthe
tb the JapaneM and Russian aoldten and sailors who whonave whohave bo bobaTe
nave passed over over are still 1IIIIIIrbiine fighting their battles battlestad balUclaDd battlesand
tad that the other spirit who ar are forced to become beoomunwilling beoomlun11Unr becomeunwIlling
unwilling spectator of th the ghostly stnts are very verymuch verymuch verymuch
much Inconvenienced and shocked thereby Fur Furtbermore FurherlDor Furtheruzore
tbermore I am told that the nsw cult of spiritual spiritualUrn
Urn maintains that when beD we e pass over we w enter entera
a sort of floating alat atatif In which we art totally Iolall use utalei II IIlell useless
less lei apparently apprr U unhappy and nervous with an anTtrwtenlng anntlear anyvee2ttag
Ttrwtenlng drat to get Into communication communicationwith
with our friends In tb the Oeab by b meana ot any anypetuuni anypetuunithat piedlum piedlumthat JIItdlymhal
that may IDa happen to b be handy They Tb say that wnea wneatbt wAsothe hell helltbl
the spirits end out that there U to b be a staaot they theycrowd thlYcro theycrowd
cro crowd In mlllloni to the place and oily oal the strong strongtttand I1I000rI
55 tttand I aDd most mee entrzetlo mana manage to l01lOO1InIIodrIDtili l01lOO1InIIodrIDtiliIn secure lodgmeat lodgmeatla
In tb the medium mediumJndlcUl mediumJadlcllt medIumJediclal
JndlcUl nallng In IndianaFruit Indiana IndianaFnn tadlaoaFroIU
Fruit FroIU M IntltnapeHi Ntvi NtviCbarle NrwCharte NtiDcharles
charles Clark and William halley wen trying tOlagt
a t cat case before Judge Allen of the Circuit Ooun Oounew O un a afe1l afeW
feW ew days ago ro lit Clark lUll to explain to the theiourt lb lbCoun theCourt
Court bow the position assumed umcdll by Ur Dalley was wasbsolutely wui wasabsolutely
i absolutely untenable under th the Oonalltullon and andat 1hI endthe
hI at lag II He collapaed oolla led Uk like a punctured tire when whenhla llhmt whenIbis
Ibis hla sharp explotlon came from the bench benchSt benchsit oeh oehSI
t St SI downl Tb The Court baa a boll on hi hIs neck neckAd neckand < k
I aDd Ad the th Court OoU wtf wife aay 11 ht h must Dobe ot < bt IrrItatedyou Irritated Irritatedrou
You rou gentlemen prtceed With th hI oaa case and stop thrte thrteutty tbuepel thesop557
I pel p557 utty argument 1II1II0111LoTI azgumentslLoT
L LoT v From a Dallson Dallsonrrtm naUItDfffI flaucenFree
Free fffI IM IMlAttdon London C7 C7Tt Ceu CeuTII Club ClubThe
Tt The Swedish Mronaut mnaul U rraaxtl while en ena CDratS enrared
ratS a d la 1 aa ascent found that ilia bit hi bUlooa bad sos sualined 111talDed soslamed
lined damage and descended In the Island of ofeland otOtlancS ofPetan
OtlancS Petan eland Tb The balloon came down la the park ark of a aluntry aooun aountry
ooun luntry bua occupied occu tc by b a large employer of ofibor otlabor ofabor
labor ibor who wu then celebrating < the sliver Jubilee Jubileet
of t tit wedding 4cU11r The n uatortteea guest rure wa was wel welomed welemed el elOOlDed
OOlDed omed lid between him and the cldeat daughter daughterif
01 if I hi his boat thee sprang up tuoa n near approach approachi appm h
10 i Ion st ant light that ba whta lb III aeronaut uut inn ItnflI innt
WAinTKOTOif April 18 IIOnll One of the thephenomena theIlhonomena thepbonomena
phenomena of official life In Washington WashingtonIs
Is tile tenacity with whloli the Secretary Secretaryof HeeNlnr HeeNlnrot
of Agriculture IIAIIRS on to nn Idea Thw ThwHlant Tit Tit14t11 Thuetton
Hlant 14t11 are as likely to etiango their course III Intho IIItho iiithu
tho heavens aa 8e Secretary ret ry Wilson Is to drop dropan dropon drepan
an Idea Id in which ho believes 1 Ho U oon oonvinood oonvlnced oonvinood
vinood that the United States can produce produceits
its own raw silk lIk and that It ought to pro produce produDO produce ¬
duce U It All that ho and his hI Department can cando CDdo cando
do to attain that end Is being and will be bedone bedo bedone
done do no I etutnotldok IAlt UI not klok It la Isagood a good scheme schemeIt
It has be been n with vn partly as a fad and andliortlr andpartlT andpartly
partly as an enterprise for many years yearsThus yearsThus yearsThus
Thus far practical result ore inconsider inconsiderable Inoonaldorable Inoonsidorable ¬
able But the Secretary in at a it I vigorously vigorouslyand
and we are disposed to back him to win winTwenty winTwentT winThenty
Twenty years ago American Import of ofmanufactured ofmanuraoturcd ofmanufactured
manufactured silk were valued at 117000000 117000000a
a year Lost year they were valued at II
132000000 Yet our people wear more aUk silkthan allkthan aUkthan
than they did in IMS That U due to toimportation Ike IkeImportation lit litImportation
importation of raw silk and lu manuai manufure rnam1Xatire V Vure >
ure in this thl country The census of 180 180hows 18Oshows O OIIholllI
hows the value of silk product manufeotured manu manufactured rntU1Ufaoturcd ¬
factured in the United States aa 11000000 UIOOOOOOIn 11000000In
In 1000 it was 107000000 which is only onlylees
10000000 less than tho value of our ourwoollCIJ ourwoollCIJmanufactures woollen woollenmanufactures woollenrnanufncturee
manufactures and Is nearly onothlrd the thevalue thoalue thevalue
value alue of our cotton manufactures Capital Capitalto
to the extent of 81000000 U employed in intho Intho Intho
tho business and 65600 < 00 peoplo earn 21000
000 In wagon whilo 2450 2 more draw morethan more morethan morethan
than 3000000 in salaries Silk manufact manufacturing manut manuturIn mannfactiring ¬
tiring urIn now ranks among our important importantindustries importantindustries importantInduetrios
industries industriesImporU industriesImports InduetriosImports
Imports ot raw rllk Ilk upon which this in industry Industry industry ¬
dustry rest make an important Item In Inour Inour inour
our commerce and no duty is paid on them themTheir themTheir themTheir
Their valuation for the last throe calendar calendarvears caJendaryears calendarears
years Is as follows followslorn
1 lorn J U7S19Jil U7S19JilIWJ In 47545144ttce tgua tguaI
IWJ I IOS 443S4B1I mon mon1m
1904 KUSMTJ KUSMTJOur t84WUOur 50413573Our
Our total tolallmportatlon importation since 1890 approxi approximates approxmal approximates ¬
mates 850000000 OOOOOO Secretary Wilsons argu argument argUment argumont ¬
ment is that during fifteen years we have havepaid huopaid havepaid
paid this burn to other people for an article articlewhich artlclwblch articlewhich
which wo might and should have produced at athome athome sihome
home and all the facts of the argumentappear argument argumentappear arguID41lotappear
appear to be on his hi side of tbe case caseAmerican o seAmmc3I1 caseAmerican
American Interest in silk culture finds findsita ftndaita findsIts
ita beginning begl in the early yean of the D an anonteontb serenteontli T Tentecnth >
entecnth century wben King James senttho sent senttho en entho
tho following communication commU1 ca On to the Com ¬
pany of Virginia VirginiaRight VirginiaRIch Vlrgmiaaught
Right trusty trual and wrD beloved w we greet ym ymWhereaa 7OLWbtrru yesWhereas
Whereas we I understand und nland that the toll In Virginia Virginianaturally VlrrtnIInlunU Vlrgthlnaturally
naturally nlunU yielded store of excellent mulberry mulberrytrees mulburrIreta mulberrytrees
trees wa have h taken Into our princely oontldera oontlderatlon conilderalion
lion the great benefit that may mnaygmw grow to the tbeAdvenl tbeAdvenlureri Advent Adventurers Advuture ¬
urers ure and Planters by the breed of silkworms IltlnrortDIand llkwormsand
and setting I IlInr up of silk mr work In tho those part JIlI Andtherefore And Andtherefor AndIheretore
therefore of our gracious Inclination to a design designof
of so much honor and advantage to the publl PlibUIhave w wbavo we wehave
have thought good as at sundry lund other time timenow II IIoow emnow
now more particularly to recommend ommtDd It to your yourspecial rourIpcclal goixspecial
special care hereby lIertb charging and requiring ulrtnr you roulake to totake totake
take speedy order that hat our people there use all allpoulblt allpoulbl allpossible
possible diligence In breeding tllkwormt IlIkWotmIllld and erect erecting erectIlIr erectlag ¬
lag silk work and that they rather bestow their theirtravel tbetrIraveU theirtravel
travel In compassing tilt rich and solid commodity commoditythan oommodllIhaa commoditythan
than In that ot tobacco which beside braid much neoe neoeaary DeoceIIry necessary
aary expense bring with Ih U many disorders tIIao etl and aadInconvtalenor aIIICOIIVWCDOtI andinoonvcnleuoes
Inconvtalenor InconvtalenorA
A consignment of seed of the mulberry mulberrytree
tree and silkworms sent out In connection connectionwith cotUlllOt1onwllh connectionwith
with this recommendation went to the thebottom th thbottom thebottom
bottom in shipwrecked vessels Fresh Freshsupplies FrotbsuppUes Frothsupplies
supplies were w re sent out later and for a num number number sumher ¬
ber of yean considerable attention was wasgiven wugiven wasgiven
given to the Industry by the English in Vir Virginia Virginia VIrglnla ¬
ginia and by the French Huguenots who whosettled whoaoltled whosettled
settled in South Carolina For nearly 800 800yoars 800oua 00 00yoara
yoars oua fitful efforts have be been < en made byx byxpremiums bT bTremluml byrecn1umsbountiee
premiums remluml recn1umsbountiee bounties and by bTlndhidual Individual enter enterprise en enterpilse ro ropriso ¬
prise to stimulate the planting of mulberry mulberrytreou mulberrylrooe mulberrytreosand
treou treosand and to create createaraw a raw silk Ilk Industry industryspecial A Aspecial Aspecial
special activity developed about 1840 and andthousands andtbouaands andthousands
thousands of trees were planted The Thothrove treethrove tree treesthrove
throve but the silk industry failed com completely complotely oempiotely ¬
pletely From time to time ipaamodlo ipaamodloefforts spasmodloefforts paamodae11orta
efforts have been made to give It vitality vitalitybut vitalitybut vitalitybut
but nono has ba succeeded The troublelies trouble troubleHos
lies in the cost of collecting the cocoons cocoonsThese ooooonsTheso cocoonsThese
These in their native lair probably cost no nomore nomore nomore
more than do their kind in China Japan Japanand Jopanand Japanand
and Italy from whlcb countries we nowpurchase now nowpurchase nowpurchaso
purchase the larger part of our raw silk silkBut IIUkDut milkflut
But those who collect them In those lands landsare landsare
are willing to work for a much smaller smallerreturn llmallerreturn smallerreturn
return than would content tho people ofthis of ofthis otU
this U Il country countryThis oountryTb1a countryThin
This does not dismay Secretary WUsonand Wilsonand Wilson Wilsonand
and he la busily engaged in trying to boom boomthe boomthe boomthe
the business bu lnORll Behind the collecting of00000rts of ofcocoons otooooons
cocoons stands a second operation operationIlk operationIlkreeUng operationsilkreeling silk silkreeling
reeling from tho ooooon This la a process processInvolving prOOelavohing prooceainvolving
Involving null and delicate manipulation manipulationProviding manJpulatJonProviding manipulatIonProviding
Providing forthis for this tho thoseoretaryhas Secretary hall started starteda startedallmall
a allmall email reeling shop Experts were brought broughtfrom broughttrom broughtfrom
from France as Instructors and the United UnitedStates UnitedStaLes UnitedStates
States now baa in ita employ five American Americangirls Amoricangirls Amonicangirls
girls who w bo can reel silk with all necessary dex dentenlty dexterity dexterity ¬
terity Not only onJ can they tboydo do It but thoy are arodoing arecloing aredoing
doing it dally Thus a nucleus la formed for forthe torlho forthe
the industry which Mr Wilson Wl1 on hopes I to tocreate tooreate tocreate
create Ho will also supply silkworm eggsto eggs eggsto eggato
to those who want thorn and who have havemulberry baTemulberry havemulberry
mulberry trees on which to put them themThe themTho themThe
The Department believes bcUoVNlthat that tho gather gatherIng cathorInp gatherbig
big of cocoons can be done by women and andchildren ndohlldren andchildren
children during what would otherwise be beIdle beIdlo beIdio
Idle hours and an appreciable increase be bethereby bethereby bethereby
thereby effected In domestic revenues like likethat liketbat likethat
that effected by berry picking and similaroccupations similar similaroccupations similarOCOUPI1Uons
occupations While this system sya m might mightremit mightfOtIult mightresult
remit in a considerable industry it la doubt doubtful doubtI doubtful ¬
ful if it would ever supply the millions of ofpounds otpounds ofiounds
I pounds of silk now required by American Americanmills Amlrioanmml Americanmills
mills It la oven more doubtful whether whethersilk whethersilk whetherailk
silk culture as a special bURlnens with withacre wllbBcrea withacres
acre of mulberry graven and trees by bytens brtens bytens
tens of thousands can compete success successfully BUOOAIofuUy suocceefully ¬
fully with the condition in tho countries countriesfrom 00 oountrleifrom
from which the supply is now obtained obtainedIf
If the enterprise foils it will not l he > e Sears Secretary Searstar ¬
tar tary Wilsons fault If it succeeds It will willadd willadd
add much to the wealth of the country and andtho andthe
the American people can afford to over overlook overlook ¬
look any little extravagance to which they theymay theyhinT
may now object In the matter of seed dis distribution dlitribution ¬
tribution The value of our annual require requirernenf requiremenC
rnenf In the silk department U about equal equalto
to that of our demand In the potato line lineMr lineMr
Mr Wilson U trying to Induce the Amen American Amencan ¬
can farmer to grow two potatoes where benow bo bonow
now grows ono If he can produce cocoons cocoonswhore cocoonswhore
whore there now is none his achievement achievementwill achievementwill
will be both notable and important importantTte
Tte Iree Coltnre In Tfeitern Kansas KansasFrim Iania53reM
Frim U Vie Oiuaant NntMore Nnt VrvtMore
More than lOjtwo tree will make glad the rich richtr richtree
tr tree barren plains of Sherman county this year yesrTbeto yearThese
These will tis the IW addlUon ta the thousands thouiandsthat thousandsthat
that already dot the fidda and surround the boron boronot homesof
ot our people peopleTree peopleFree
Tree culture In western Kansas has pasted the thtexperimental theeapeftisental
experimental singe and all doubt aa to Its peach practloabtuty peachcabtilty
oabtuty baa passed away 1npla now buy tree treesnot treenot
not with tb the tear that It U a mere gamble but from fromthe fromthe
the standpoint of a gilt edged Investment They Thertee Theysee
tee that such Improvemenla add not oily ta Its tbtvaluo Itsvalue
value of their farms but to the beauty and conifon conifonof
of their bonui
po ° Middle Parting PartingFrtm PartingsPram
Pram the PWiburg Dlipati DlipatiAt bfipSAt
At t te meeting of the Illttbnrg 1retbytery of tte tteCumberland tt5Ciamberlatid
Cumberland Presbyterian Church at Donor today todtythe todaythe
the Rev tV r S Uanley propoted this revolution revolutionVhereat resolutionVbereea
Vhereat slstlned aaaea as ar are no longer to bt tol tolerated id idcrated ¬
crated la the mlnlauy mlnlauyJirtofrtf mtnhatzyJTeiAtd
Jirtofrtf That their admission be discouraged discouragedthat
that the mlnlturs be Instructed to M logger pan pantheir pantteIr
their balr In the alddle alddleMore ld4le ld4leStore
More Hard Wards WardsTo WordsTo
To ritZ Urrron or TUB Sox l4vrSi Sin The sn snJoined nh nhJoined >
Joined list of ten net UMommea ward iwiuitM iwiuitMtorn IiwluliSome
torn Some which seem to keep out of reach ot a r got1 got1many < x1 x1many
many people peopleExhllarat peopleExhilarate
Exhilarate harass Innuendo Iridescence rl rlage C Csge
age poniard procedure aaettlrglous aerr aerrunparalleled serretjnparsuclel
unparalleled Aitui

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