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Democrats Democrat that waited upon tho Hon HonWILLIAM HonWILLAM HonWILuAM
WILLIAM WILLAM L Douous DOUOLS to beg him to re reconsider reonldor reoonIdor
consider onldor his hi resolutlon resoluton not to be b a can candldftto candidt candidto
dldftto for reelection rlecton noxt fall fallThe fal fallrho
didt The Te committee commite knew perfectly perfecty wcl wclth wel welthLt
th tht t Governor Govrnor DOUOLAB DOUGLB would not re reconsider reI recorlder
I consider onlder Governor DOUOTAS know per perfeotly perfealy 1erfeotly
feotly fealy well wel that tho committee commite dldnwant didnt didntwat dldn lidnlwazit
want wat him to reconsider rconsider The perform performanoa performano performance
anoa ano was W wa a comedietta comediettaNow comedlottaNow comodlottaNow
Now the humorous explanation oxplannton I Igiven la lagve I Igiven
given that tho Governors family famiy font fearothat fontthat fonr
that gve tat the Democrats Domocrts will wi nominate hltifor him himlor lilnfor
for President Pldont in 1003 103 So he ducka duck for foiooTer foro folcover
cover ooTerThe o coverThe er erThe
The Democrats could go further nn nnfare nnd nndfa anc anctare
fare fa worse wor As A a campaigner and vot votgetter vote votesttr votcgetter
getter sttr Mr DOUGLAS an a amateur en endouble en endouble car cardouble
double discount discunt most professionals prfeionals H Hbelieves He HebUev0 Hcbeijevea
bUev0 beijevea believes In tariff tnrll revision rvision He saw sawgood a agoo r rgood
good goo many may Bay Stators Stator restless retN pining plninfor piningfor pinlnpfor
for reciprocity rcprcty Infidels Infdels as 1 to the sacred sacredinviolability sac sacinviolability aacr
inviolability Involabity and ad perfection porecton of the beat besof bt beatof
of all al possible pBlble tariffs trlfa oa preached by th thHome the theHome thcffo1ne
Home Market Club He made an a in intelllgent Intlgnt InteUlgent
telllgent tlgnt a d successful succful canvass canvl on this thiiIssue thisiue th1iuuo
Issue iue although he was W greatly greaty helped helpecby helpedby helpedby
by divers diver Republican Republcan dissatisfaction dissatisfactionwith dissatsfactons dissatsfactonswith dissatisfactlonwith
with Governor Goveror JOHN JOI L BATES dissatls dissatlsfactions disats disatsfaion diasatlafactioM
factions faion creditable for the most part tcthat tc toth tcthat
that th courageous couragoou Republican RepublicanAttorneyGeneral Rpublcn RpublcnAttomeyGeneral RepublicanAttorneyGeneral
AttorneyGeneral MOODY intimate intimteathat intimatethat Intm te
that ta Mr DOUGLAS DOUGLS used ued a good deal 01 01money of ofmoney olmoneytn
money moneytn in his h canvass cvas Mr DOUGLAS DOUGLS htu htumoney ha hamoney
money moey to t use Ue He earned eared It It We dont donibelieve dontbleve dontbelieve
believe bleve that ho ever used ued a cent cnt of il ilillegally It ItmeJaUy itIllegally
illegally or corruptly corpty But naturally naturly th thMassachusetts the theMoachuete theMauachusetts <
Massachusetts Moachuete Republicans Republcan view him with withalarm witha withalarm
alarm a Money 1oney for elections electon is I a new nevproposition newI newproposition
I proposition prpiton to t them thor They wouldnt know knowwhat kow kowwbt knowwbit
what wbt to do with it itMr ItMr ItMr
Mr DOUOLAS DOUGLS has 1 been ben a mighty good goodGovernor Jood JoodGoveror goodGovernor
Governor Goveror and no respecter repeeter of partizans partizansConsequently pnrtizan partizansCossequently
Consequently Cneuenty tho fine fne edge ege of his hi popu popularity populaty populailty ¬
is off little He Is intract intractable iritractable
larity laty I worn wor of a lte Intract ¬
able The T Democratic Deocrato machine has hl no noU23 nou nou
U23 u u for Mm hm Truth Trth i ia that thl as n a 1 ruin ruinthe mIAthe rulathe
the Democratic Democrnto machine quarrels quarrel with withthe withthe withthe
the rare r Democratic Democmtc Governor prefers prefersto prfer
to lose lo and to wait wat patiently patonty for the day dayof dayof I Iof
of Federal Feera patronage patronag As A for the sly old oldand oldad oldand
and ad young youig foxes loxe of the present preent Republi Republican Republ ¬
can c machine some of them plight plght their theirfaith theirfath theirfaith
faith fath to reciprocity riprcity and at the same time timelead tim timle timelead
lead le by tho hand had as their candidate canddat for forLieutenantGovernor forLotenatoveror forLieutenantGovernor
LieutenantGovernor Lotenatoveror an irreconcilable irreconcilableprotectionist Irrecnciable Irrecnciableprtionit irreconcilableprotectionist
protectionist prtionit Others Othel are for reciprocity reciprocityas Iciproclty Iciprocltyu
u a general genern proposition prpoiton but beliovo belovo it itmutt itmust ItmUt
mutt mUt be b approached apprached cautiously cautously Their Theirmotto Theirmott Theirmotto
motto mott may be b set down as a Unreoiproca UnreoiprocaUng Unrolproca UnrolprocaI Unreciprocating
ting tnlrcproct reciprocity ywhen when tho country is ready readyfor rady radyfor readyfor
I for Itp It Fine foxes fox0 and ad very ver Indisposed Indisposedto Jndisposedt
to part with their brushes brushesThe brahes brushesThe
t pa wt
I The T Hon JOHN R THAYER Tn YER of ofWorter ofWorterI Worcester WorcesterIB
IB I I said ed to t be b the man ma at whose whoo feet fet the theDemocratic theI theDemocratic
I Democratic Democratc handkerchief hadkerohlef will wi be dropped droppedHei droppe
He has ha a n large loud voice voiceDisquiet voiceDisquiet voiceDiiqulet
Disquiet In lnIorto Porto Rico HlcoSix Ricosx RicoF
F Six sx months month ago the Potto Polo Rican Ican House Houseof Houe Houseof
of Delegates Delegate gave serious serou consideration considerationto consideraton consideratonto
to a measure meaur known as a the Medina bill billIt bi billIt
It I proposed prpOed in effect efcct tho establishment establishmentof etabllhmedt etabllhmedtof
of the island Iland as a an independent Indepndent Territory Territoryunder Torrtor Territoryun4er
under u4er a United States Stt protectorate the theUnited theUnit theUnited
United Unit States Stnte to have no voice voic in Porto PortoRlcan Poro PoroRic PortoRican
Rican Ric affairs aralr beyond byond the appointment appointmentby
by the President Prident of a civil civi governor governorBriefly goveror goverorBr governorBrifly
Briefly Br y the measure mellr proposed prop e that the thegovernment thegovrment thegouernment
government govrment of the island lalad instead of ofresembling ofrmblng ofrmbllng
resembling rmblng that of the British Drtlh colony colonyof
of Bermuda Beruda as a it now does doeshould should have havea have8tem
a system not unlike ulke that of Canada CanadaA Canadamor
A more mor conservative conervatve element sub submitted submit subznitted ¬
mitted mit a substitute subttute memorial proposing proposingthe prp ing ingthe
the amplification amplfeton of tho regimen rgimen of ofterritorial oftrrtorn ofterritorial
territorial trrtorn government govermont by the conver conversion comerslon convereion ¬
sion of the Executive Executve Council Counci now appointed ap appointed appinted ¬
pointed pinted by the President Prident into an elect elective olecthe electlye ¬
ive lye body by Aa A the House Houe of Delegates Delegateshad Delegate Delegateshad
had h no power pwer to act at in the matter mter the theissue thelu theissue
issue lu subsided subided for the time timeOn tme tmeOn timeOn
On July 25 however there ther was WI heldIn held heldin heldIn
in San S Juan a nonpartlzan nonpartzan convention conventionrepresenting convcnton convcntonrprentng conventionrepeeenting
representing rprentng all nl except one of the sixty sixtysix slxtyhe sixtysI
six sI he municipal muicipa districts ditrict of the island Ilad A Amemorial Ammor Amemorial
memorial mmor was WI adopted for submission submissionto submision submisionto
to Congress Cngrs It proposed propoed the substitutior substitu substitution subttu subttuton ¬
tion ton of an a elected Senate Sente consisting cnsitng of offourteen oftou offoutteen
fourteen tou n members ember for the present presentExecutive preent preentEecutve presentExecutive
Executive Eecutve Council Cunci appointed by the theP thePrldent he hePrefident
Prefident P ldent Tho present prcnt heads head of de departments deprment dopartmenta ¬
partments prment the Secretary Attorney AttorneyGeneral Atore AtoreGoleml i1sttorneyOoernl
General Goleml Treasurer Trlurr Auditor Commis Commissioner Comml Commisstoner ¬
stoner of Education and C
lonr Eucaton Commissioner Commissionerof < mmlsloner mmlsloneroete
7 of oete the Interior Interor wore wor to continue contnue their theirpresent theirp theirpresentofflcee
present p presentofflcee ent offices omc under their present prent titles titlesbut ttes ttesbut titlesbut
but to form for no part par of the Executive ExecutiveCouncil Executve Executveucl Executivei
i Council ucl It I was wa further furher proposed proJOed that thatthese thatthe thatthes
these the officials olclal be b boappointed appointed by tho Gov Governor GO Governor
ernor eror with the consent conent of tho insular insularSenate Inulnr Inulnr8nat insularSenate
Senate 8nat and ad not not as a aow ow by the President Presidentof Prldont
of the United Unlt State 8tlt without Porto Poro Rican Ricanconfirmation Rcan Rcanconfnton Ricanconfirmation
confirmation confirmationThis confnton confntonT confirmationrhis
This T is I a I very natural protest protet against againstgovernment againstgvemmCtby againstt againstgovcrume1t
t
government gvemmCtby by men who are ar In every everyway ever everyway
way excepting exc exesth t political pol iel form fcn aliens aliensand al aliensand ns nsd
and d strangers strgl It I may mayor or may not be bewise b bewiae
wise ie to t heed he tho protest protet and ad grant grat therequest the thorequest thequet
request quet but certainly cranlythoe cortainlythose those who are ar now nowso nowao nowfar
so ° far fa under uder undertho the American Americ flag fag that they theyaro theyar theyare
are ar Included Icude in I the operations opraton of our tar tariff tr tari ¬
iff urJws i laws and ad are Ir expected expce to observe obere our ournational ournatonal ourI
I national natonal holidays holdays arc ar not properly proprly to bo boflouted b beJ
J flouted fout and criticized ert z because d clue they thf want wantlarger wanta wantlarger
a larger lagr measure mlur of selfgovernment selfgovernmentThese s selfovornmentt lgoornmont lgoornmontT00
These demonstrations taken in
demontraton con conneclion conc connecUon
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neclion c lon with the persistent rmltent talon tae of in industrial Indutra inditr1al ¬
dustrial dutra distress dltr and poverty pv y in the theMud theW the1and
hC hCj Mud W 1and indicate idicte V that ajil nUt all is not well wel with withV wih wihhC
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our new possession 1II1C11nn Tho Into Senate SenatoP1Ari SenatePLATT SenatorPIA
PLATT PIA onco onC MId In n roforono rcforlfo to t Cubi Cubitlmt Cubuthlt Cubitiiitt
tlmt thlt no 1 III man nUI Ui I obllsod oLIId to I adopt HltJt a child childbut chlh1but cliiiilbut
but having ndoptotl e doplrc olio ulO itO ho U i in II n nIl l wnyt wnytbound wnK wnKb0111 wn1loii
bound b0111 loii tul to t i provide pluldE pros itie for II II Our tir pro provision pl provision
vision for Porto orto I Illfio 110 1 hti a npiwnrn j icit rs In t i oxttnu oxttnulltllo oxtmal oxtmalIlto C X toli tolilit
lltllo Ilto lit I to if niiytliliig olthll beyond btold PJrH mipplylnK Ilpplll I Iwith It Itwih Ivtt1i
with wih u 1 mii nitiso who may li Ili ho 1 dltitiirlud dlHIIIlld l hy hyIs IIt > j jIts
Its Is It s wnlli wil I lM but hit 11 I t ilotH dO littlo lulu Ii It In to t 0 ivllovo It1 lovo tin tin1iuwo t hI hI1U Iii IiilLL1iO
1iuwo 1U O of tf I f its 11 foiniiliilnlH torn 1111111 ilti I ii I s Tho il I to pnsnni pnsnniGovernor preRontGOornor rcsn rcsnGoveritor
Governor Mr Ir BKIIKMAX JIWI IA WiXTiinot1 WIXTIIOI d dn 11 11a Ita
a KttiUlomun wmtolul g lit Ic Irutit iiRiilnHt 1llnHt ii git inst whom whnl I1i In nothing 10t I nt hll I i I ii t cur curbo lln llnbo I Ibe
bo said slld except thut hIM hl qualities qualtl qitailt its an annoKtitivo ontiegtttl n I Inolate
noKtitivo nolate tiegtttl ye rather rthm rot I to i than thln t poHltlvt poHltlvtThe pOI II i I 1 1ho vi viIIto
The ho condition 10111 i 01111 I t Ion of tho t Ito Inland IHlnld Is II u ruiW ruiWtlon qlEl qlEltlon ctiest
tlon t I Oil of fnct fi et nnd 11 not 10t of o f fuwimiptlons 11111pt ttis u ii t p1 lOls I one nnc nnciiRflortioiw Ind IndUMor ii tic tictMortIon
UMor iiRflortioiw IOLH Tho public Ilhlo In II milled 11tlcd bstotcuictits b bstatements bKtateleltl
statements Ktateleltl which show Ihow tliu t he enormous enormousIncrease 10rmOlLHinCrC80 onorinowincreaso
Increase inCrC80 in trade between betwren the Iw Mnn Mnnand ialniuand lnnd lnndnd <
and nd the United States Stote proper shown Ihown b bthese bthee Iithese
thee these statistics stutltC
ISM I n 1004 1004Our 10 10Our 4 4Our
Our Imports from from Porto rIa Rico Rco UIO MI70 tI20ln tI20lnOur imi I2OilOur 1 1Our
Our eiporu uprt to Porto Rico 1444001 141MOt IIJ34971 IIJ34971The UO Il 3i1 3i1The g7 g7Tho
The truth Is I however that tho Wane WaneIs land landI
Is I In a l worse woro state commercially commercinly nnc nncIndustrially and ancindustrially I IInduRtrlal
Industrially InduRtrlal than it was before be foro we wont wenlthere wontther wooltiters
there ther During the calendar year 100 100her 10 1Ooher
her Imports amounted to 14ia50fll 14ia50flland 1415001and l41t5OO1iiiicl
and her exports expors to 17043032 a total ol of o
31178003 A Porto Poro Rican Rcan stntlsticlar stntlsticlargiven statitcan statitcangiel itatlsticinrgives
given giel tho annual average of the tota totacommerce total totalcommerc totacommerce
commerce commerc for tho years year 18011895 as I f32 > 32
838001 and tho amount for 1800 180 as 537 37 3795245tL
052455 052455In 952451 95245tLIn
In a comparison complrion It must be remem remembered rememberd reniembored ¬
bored berd too that sixsevenths alxsoenth of Porte PorteRicos PortoRco PortcRicos
Ricos Rco imports imporl now come from the United UnitedStates Unlcd UnlcdStatc LTnlteStates
States Statc and that invoice Involo prices pric are ar highci highcithan hl higlietthan hcr hcrthnn
than were wer those thoe of tho countries cOlnt rie from fromwhich fromwhich frotiwhich
which she formerly purchased plrchOcd It ie iedoubtful Isdoubtul bdoubtful
doubtful doubtul If tho duties dutes Imposed Impoed on hoi hoiearlier herelrier hotcurlier
earlier elrier Imports Impor offset ofset tho Increase In the theprice theprice thcprice
price on commodities commodltlc on which she now nowpays nowpuys nospays
pays no duties dutes In the matter mater of hoi hoiexports horexpors hotoxports
exports expors she has ha been blen saved by Bugs sugaialono 8Uaralono Bugsalone
alono The prevailing preving high price prc ol olsugar ofsugar olsugar
sugar has hu enabled her planters to culti cultivate cultivate cuitlvate ¬
vate areas all which under normal norma prices pricescould price pricecould pricescould
could only bo b cultivated cultvated at a serious seriousloss seriou seriousloss
loss lo The free fre entrance entrce of that sugar sugarto augarto eugatto
to our ports pors has ha given her a double doubleadvantage doubleadvnntage doublcadvantage
advantage Out of gen our Imports Impors of last Instyear lastyear lat latyear
year amounting amountng to 113000000 1900 sugar sugaiamounted sugaramounted sugatamounted
amounted to f95o 9500000 9500000The 9500000The
The most mot serious seriou feature In the In Industrial Indutrialsltuaton industrial ¬
dustrial dutrialsltuaton situation is I that many probably probablymost probnblymot probablymost
most mot of her planters platem because becaue of hardtimes hard hardtimee hardtml
times tml and doubtless doubtes some bad manage management management management ¬
ment are ar ruinously rinouly mortgaged morpaged to Span Spanish SpanIh SpanIsh ¬
ish Ih usurers usurr Their eir condition conditon is i similar similarto simiar simiarto
to that of the Cuban Cban sugar planters a afew afew afew
few years year ago High H I Igh prices pric reciprocity reciprocityand rcprocty rcproctyad
and ad hard work have done much for forthe forthe forthe
the relief rlef of the Cubans Cbaf and their con condition conditon conditlon ¬
dition diton is I improving every year but butPorto butPoro butPorte
Porto Poro Rican ncan coffee coree has hA not the place plno in inthe inthe Inthe
the American America market that Cuban Cban sugarhas sugar sugarhas sugarha
has ha and unless ule better bter attention atenton is I given givento
to our adopted child chid her future futur pre presents present prosenta ¬
sents sent little ltto that is I encouraging encouragingTho encouragng encouragngo
The o political poltcal irr in irrpatiencobf patienco pntenctC of tho islanders islanderswould Iladem Ilademwould islanderswould
would be soothed soothe by a fair dose doe of industrial indus industrial indu indutral ¬
trial tral prosperity prosperityWill property
Will 1 Sweden Resist Norway 8 8cosislon e ecegglon
cosislon cosislonThe cUll cegglonThe on onThe
The events event that have taken pluco atStockholm a aStockholm at atStockholm
Stockholm since sinc the convocation oonvocaton o othe of ofthe olthe
the Riksdag indicate an unwillingness unwillingneson
on the part of a large section aecton of th thSwedish the theSwedish thcSwedish
Swedish people to acquiesce in Norway1 Norway1declaration Norarl Norwaysdeclaration
declaration doclaraton of independence Whetherhowoer Whotherhowever Whether Whetherhowever
however the opposition to the program prograrroriginally prognmoriginaly programoriginally
originally originaly formulated forulatcd by King Ing OSCAR II IIand I IIand
and his hi late Ministers llnistel reflects refect the feeling fcelirifof feelng feelngof feelingof
of a majority of the voters vOlef cannot bt btknown be beknown bcknown
known until unti anew Riksdag Hk8dag is I chosen chosenIt ho8enI
It I will wi be b remembered that soon after aftoithe afer aferthe afterthe
the secession secion of Norway orway was wn proclaimed proclaimedby
by the Storthing Storhlng at Chriatianla Christania King KitifOSCAR KingOSCAR KingOScAR
OSCAR II I convoked convoke tho Hiksrlag I iksrilg am amhis ad adhis anti antihis
his Ministers lnlstel the spokesmen of the tluso theso theso
so called cle Liberal Libral party explained cxphlne t tthe to tothe tothe
how the thethought thethought
the peoples representatives rpreenttves they theythought
thought the crisis crisi should be b dealt with withThey withThey withThey
They had advised ndvled the sovereign soverig they thejsaid theysaid theysaid
said that no attempt atempt should be made madeto madeto madeto
to maintain maintn by force the union of the thekingdoms thekingdom thekingdoms
kingdoms kingdom This program which was wasdenounced WO wasdenounced
denounced denoucd not only by members of tho thoNationalist thoNatonaist theNationalist
Nationalist Natonaist or so called cle Patriotic Patriotc party partybut pary parybut partybut
but also alo by many Liberals Liberal as 1 one of un unconditional unconditonal Unconditional ¬
conditional and surrender surrenderwas
conditonal pusillanimous pusianimous surender surenderWI
was WI referred to a joint committee commitee of both bothhouses bothhouse bothhouses
houses house which after afer some delay dely reported reportedagainst repored reporedagainst reportedagainst
against the ratification ratfcaton of the Ministerial Ministerialprogram Ministerialprogra Ministerialprogram
program progra in its It original orginal form for and recom recommended rcom rcommende recornmended ¬
mended mende that the Riksdag Rlksdlg should sanction sanctionthe sancton sanctonthe sanctionthe
the secession secesion of Norway only ony on certain certainconditions cerin cerinconditon certainconditions
conditions conditon which it specified specifiedWithout speclfod speclfodWithout specifiedWithout
Without awaiting awaitng the adoption adopton of the thereport therepor thereport
repor report by the Riksdag the Ministers Ministersresigned Ministersresigned lnlster
resigned resige Should they be succeeded succeededby succeded succededb
b by Conservatives Coneratve or Nationalists Natonalit such suchmen suchmen suchmen
for Count L DOUGLAS DOUGLASthe
men example exaple as DOUGLs DOUGLsthe
the leader of the Patriotic Patrloto party pary and andformerly andforerly andronerly
forerly formerly Minister for Foreign Affairs Affairsin Afair
in n effort efor may be b made to tighten tghten Instead in instead instead ¬
stead of relaxing rlnlng the bonds of union unionbetween unionbtweon unionbetween
btweon between the two halves hhe of the Scandi Scandinavian Scandinavia Seandisavlan ¬
navia navian peninsula peninula Count DOUGLAS DOUGLS is isnown i Isknown
known < nown to hold that tht the Swedes and the theNorwegians theNore theorwegians
Nore Norwegians iana ought to have not only onlyi
a i common king and common depart departnents dopar departTients
nents of foreign affairs afair of commerco commerceind commercoand commercomd
and navigation of war and of navy navyout nav navbut navybut
but that the control of these thee matters mattersihould mater mattersthouki
should be b vested veted in a Union Parliamentieeting Parliament Parliamentneeting Parlament Parlamentmeetng
meetng neeting alternately aleratly in Stockholm and andhrlstlanla andChritiania andhr6t1anIa
Chritiania hrlstlanla and corresponding coreponding roughly roughlyo
to o the AustroFfungarian AustroKungaran Delegations Delegationst DelOiaton
I It t is certain cerain that no such consolidation consolidationf conoldaton conoldatonof
of f the kingdoms could be brought about aboutwwrv aboutxcept aboutexcept
except wwrv by MJ forc force wtxw I If w on tIle the lio VH1C4 other IIUI1U IIUI1Unow hand handu
u I now Liberal Ministry tnlatr should Ihould com comjand command coinnand
nand the confidence confdenc of the present presenttiksdag preent preentRlksdag presentilksdag
tiksdag or should manage faage fnanage to secure a anajority amajority anajority
najority in a new one it is I probable probablehat probablethnt
hat the conditions condltona of separation sepnraton defined definedn defnod defnodIn
In n the report rpor of the joint committee committeevould committe committeevould
vould be b interpreted interrted in such an elastic elasticind e1to e1tolmd elastictnd
lmd ind conciliatory conciiator way as l to render them themcceptnble themaccptable themtcceptable
accptable cceptnble to Norway NorwayThe Noray NorayTho NorwayThe
The important Imporat features feat ure of the urrange urrangenent UIgo UIgoment urrangeneat
neat recommended roommended in tho committees committeeseport commlthorpr committeogeport
rpr eport are ar first frt tho proposal propOal that a aleutrnl aneutrl atoutral
neutrl leutrnl zone shall shal bo b established estnblLlld on the therentier thefronter therontler
fronter rentier between btwen Sweden and Norway Norwayind Noray Norayand
and that within this the
tht zone Nor Norwegian Norwegia Norvegian ¬
wegia wegian fortresses forrse at Kongsvingor Iongvlnger and andredriksten andFrrktn andreriknten
Frrktn redriksten shall shnl bo b razed rd secondly secondlyhat secondl secondlthat secondlyhat
hat Norways Norays ordinance orinanc of secession secessionhall lecslon lecslonshal secessionhail
shal hall be b confirmed confre In two more mor succes succesivo IUC succeslye < C
slo lye Storthings torhln making three thr in all allcondition aUI nilcondition
I condition conditon which In the judgment of ofhe oftho ofhe
tho he Riksdags Ikdaga committee cmmite is required Irqulr by byho bytho byho
tho ho fundamental act ac of union between betweenho btwoen btwoentho
tho ho kingdoms kingom thirdly thlrl that the scow scowIon scoesion eo
sion Ion of Norway Noray should not be b accounted accountocjalid accountedalid acout
vald alid until unti tho Swedish Sweih u people pople shall shl have haveu
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Ilcntcd assented to It by n plebiscite ploblscte The lolMt lolMtnnmod IP IPnamed hu hunamed
named domand domandhlch which prnctlcnllyidonl prnctlcnllyidonltho plctlonlydonl nk nktim
tim thorhdlt right of miccHHlon Ocsllhn will wi undoubted undoubtedbo
be rejected tcjlcleu by b I Iho ho Norwegians Norwcglul hut butwould hutvcttItI It ItwOlld
would wOlld Hcurroly ho prc 11111 tMt > d by hya a Llbon LlbonMinistry Lllonll Lllonlllhll IAbertIlIiit4tiy
Ministry lhll t who ho could hold olTlco Ilen on onthrough ouh ouhthrough oni onithrough
through tho tacit concurrence cOleurmnco vpf f th thSwvdtah tho thoHwldh thi4vttl
Swvdtah i4vttl Lal I pooplo In I U thr thtlr t lid > lr r wIlllngiiCTH wlllntH sv I lii ii gIICt4M to t 1 It ItNorway lot lotNorwu IC0rsv11
Norway Norwu > 0rsv11 > IOoPo o It I I t in II thinly Ilwh also l I tlmt tlmtLiberal I hut hutLiberal I
Liberal Lbell > inlntry IIHtr would accept by way WI It > t tcompromise oC oCcomproll Ccotnitrorutiac
compromise comproll c nn Ii agreement u Ierlelt on oi Norway Norwaypart Nolwas Nolwaspart Norwa Norwapart
tlnn of Hocwsion 140C0tOiiOna t ta to
part to refer for tho question CII IClOflon
a now Storthing Storhln Inasmuch I nlLmulh howevern howevernsuch hOoor hOoorIIrh howcvorasuch
such IIrh u plebiscite ploblscte In really mul HUperfluouw IPOlluoul i iview In Inlow t tsiow
view low of tho close c00 approach IPllroach to uniinitiilt uniinitiilton unlnlllt
on 01 the part plrt of tho Norwegians XOIWtIII the Chris Christianlii ChrI Christitutia
tianlii tnnll provisional prolflol1 Government iovenim ovtrnm mt would woulidoubtless woulddoubtc woultdoubtless
doubtless doubtc g decline to go through the for fornuillty formult formality
nuillty mult moro than onco oncoWhether oncoWh onceWhether
Whether Wh thor tho form form of government t tbo to tobo ttO
bo established estublshed ultimately ullmatel in Norwa Norwawill Norwuy Norwuywi Norwawill
will wi bo b a constitutional COIft mloOI monarchy lonrch or i irepublic a arpublo Irepublic
republic rpublo U I still Btl uncertain uncrtain KingOscA KingOscAII Ihll 0jCAU 0jCAUI
II I Is 1 reported rported to to have said in an a inter interview InterIew interview
view Iew on July 23 2 that Norway Noray wantec wanteca anted anteda
a king of tho house houe of Bernadotte Brnadote li liorder In Inoror iiorder
order to make It appear to the work workthat worldthat orh orhthat
that oror Sweden Swecen condoned an act nt of troach troachery troachery trenchery
ery Ho would never ho added alloy alloya alow alowa nlloa
a member of ills hi family famiy to occupy the thiNorwegian theNorwegian thlNorwegian
Norwegian throne unions unl s Sweden shoult shoultask 6houldMk shoubask
ask It and ho hoped hOJed and believed beloved thashe tIm thntshe tImBite
she would not demand of him such i isacrifice a asacrice isacrifice
sacrifice sacrice Of the Danish nonl h Prince who whiIs whomarrod whlIs
Is married marrod to a member mornborofthe of the Engllsl Engllslroyal Englih Englihroyal Englisiroyal
royal family famiy we hoar much lees lCI now thai thaiwo thnnwo thouwe
wo did when Norways secession secsion wai waiproclaimed WI WIprocahned Waproclaimed
proclaimed procahned According to tho Stock Stockholm Stockholm Stockholni
holm correspondent orrepondent of tho Londoi LondoiDaily Lndon LndonDaiv LondoiDaiI
Daily Daiv DaiI Mail the Kaisers recent reont visit viit t ttho to totho tthe <
tho Czar was Wf prompted partly parly by thi thiformers Ihoformers thlformers
formers wish to obtain obtnl tho Russian Russlaisovereigns Russiansovoreigns Russlatsovereigns
sovereigns consent to the accession uccalion o oa of ofa oa
a Hohonzollorn Hohonzolarn prlnco prnce to tho throni throniof thronoof
of Norway It I i I is natural noturl enough that thaWILLIAM thatWILUM timWixut
WILLIAM WILUM II I should desire deir to gain con control control control
trol indirectly Indircty if not directly direct of Nor Norways Norways Norways
ways harbors harbor on the North Norh Soa So as IH wel welas welas vel
as those whloh command the entranci entrancito
I
to tho Baltic Baltc but it seems seCIt incrcdibh incrcdibhthat Incldible Incldiblethnt incrediblithat
that NICHOLAS II I would help his hi Ocnnai Ocnnaikinsman Oonln Oonlnkinman Germwkinsman
kinsman kinman to acquire such coigns oolgl of van vantage vantage a
tage unless unles indeed some equivalen equivalenconcession equhalentconcsion equlvalenconcession
concession concsion should be b promised promL < cd him W Wknow We Weknow Vi Viknow <
know of no concession concssion that really realy woulc wouldb woulcbo woulcbe
bo b equivalent except excpt ono of the Nor Norweginn Norwogan Norwoglan
weginn wogan harbors harbol ncarTromstt ncarTromsttOur nelr near Trm TrmOur Tromsti TromstiOur
Our Export of Manufactured lnlr cturtd Good GoodAn 6oodsAn oodl oodlAn
An Increase Increao of 57000000 57000 over thi thipreceding theprceding thipreceding
preceding prceding year Ls a gratifying grtfr1ng exhibit exhibiiin exhibitIn oxhibiIn
in our export trade trde statistics smtltc Taken Takeiby Takenby Taketby
by itself Itsel the sum calls l11 for an imposiiif imposiiifrow Imp0lng Imp0lngrow
row of ciphers cipher even In these theo days when wheimillions whenmilon whetmillions
millions milon are lr counted as a thousands tholiand wen wenn
a few years rear ago It I t is I particulargratifying particular part particularlgratifying Icularly Icularlyrt
gratifying rt lng to note that the increasi increasila Increao IncreaoI
la I represented rprented practically practcaly in its entirety entiretyby enUrt enUrtby
by the export of wares war classed clased as I manu manufactures mnnufactur manufactures
factures facturesExports factur facturesExports
Exports of iron and steel exceeded excecdetthose exceededthoo oxceedethose
those thoo of 1904 194 by 23000000 300 wiles Mle of cop copper coppr copper
per pr Increased Increled 25000000 25000 those of cotton cot cotton cotton
ton cloth coth chiefly chlefy In the China market marketIncreased marketIncrled marketincreased
Increased Incrled 22000000 2200 Other Items Item show sliovincrease showIncrae shovincrease
increase Incrae but there are still others other which whiclshow whichshow whicishow
show a decrease docrele In fact outside of i ivery a acry isery
very cry limited lmied number numbr of iter iteips IteIw our oxport ox oxport 0 0por
port por sales show no very striking strikig in increaso Increaso increase
creaso for a number of years yearsOur yearsOur cnr
Our export sales mlc of agricultural ngrkulturl am amfood nnd nndfood anfood
food products tnk3 tak very ver good care car o othemselves oC oCthemolcs othemselves
themselves themolcs We e produce an abundant abundantsupply abundantsupply abuncnnt abuncnntsupply
supply for our homo needs and arid find findready fnd findready
ready market for our residue residuecould We Wecould WecCIIld
could cCIIld sell Bel more if we increased Incrolcd our rftir rftirplus Iur IurphI tur turpills
plus As it Is our own fault that the thisurplus thesurphL tissurplus
surplus is i no greater grater than it is I then thenis
I is no ground for reasonable reaonahle complnim complnimon
on the score of our export expor sales sale in UK UKdepartment theI tb tbdepartment
I department deparl ment of agriculture agricultureIn nKriculure nKriculureIn
In the export expor of manufactures manufacture then thenwould thenwould
would be b a better botcr basis bli for satisfaction satisfactiotif
if the list lit of general items Item were largoiand largr largrand largoi largotand
and of larger values value Our OU export of such suchwares suchwar suciwares
wares war touched the 100000000 1000 point pointfor pointfor pointfor
for the first frt time tme in 1876 Twentj Twentjyears Tenty Tentyyeal Twent Twentyears
years yeal later it passed pased thc 200000XX 200000XXmark 20000000mark
mark List year tar it overlapped overlappd 500
000000 000 Tho actual increase incrle of the thelost thelat theltst
lost lat decade has his been notable yet when whensuch whensuch hen hens
such s ch items Item as 1 copper lard and mineral mineraloil
oil 01 are taken from frm the list lst and the theremainder thermainder theremainder
remainder rmainder is I measured meaured In its relation relationto relaton relatonto
tho increase becomes becomesalmost becomesalmost
to our total output out ut inclne
almost almOt Insignificant 1nlgnlfcant From that point pointof pint pintof
of view Iew it is I doubtful if our exports exportsare export exportar
are ar holding their own ownOur ownOur ownOur
Our information in formaton as to our annual annualoutput anual anualoutput annualoutput
output of manufactured manufacturd goods good comes comesonly comCAonly comesonly
only through the decennial census It Its ItI ItIs
I Is s probable that the value of our output outputor outputfor outputfor
for or this thi year will wi be 3000000000 000 greater greaterhan grater graterthan greaterthan
than it was in 1000 10 Compared with witlihat withthnt WIthLhat
thnt hat our increase Incrone of less lC than 100000000 100000000luring ioo00o000uring
luring the same term in export expor sales saleseerns snle snleseem salesteems
seem teems rather rther potty pottyStatesmen pety petyStatelmen pottyStateunnen
Statesmen Statelmen In Music MusicAt MusicAt ualo ualoAt
At times time tho Hon JOE Jo CANNON has haseemed haAsemed hasteemed
semed teemed a little ltte harsh harh if i not positively positivelyCompact p0iivel p0iivelcompact positivelyompact
Compact of jars jali and yet we always felt felthat feltthat felthat
hat he was wa full ful of hidden melodies melodiesHe melodiesHe
He is i He has hIl just jUt been ben act to musicEANC1UL1AS music musicAXCIULLIS musicFA
FA EANC1UL1AS AXCIULLIS CILLIS splendid lplendid band Is playing playingOur playingOur
Our Uncle Unce Joe at Wonderland Park Parklanvillo ParkDanie larkDanville
Danie Danville amid n 1 torrent of applause applausehe applaue applaueTe
Te he music mUlc written writen by b Signer SIlr FANCIULLI FANCIULLIi FANCILLf FANCILLfI
I S i described decrbd as 1 bright and catchyo catchy
So o the measure melur of Uncle Unce JOES fame runs runsiver nln nlnover runswar
over iverNow Now will wi not rt Signor FANCICLLI FA CILLI write writeomething wrte wrtesomothlng writeiomethlng
omething grand grnd and plaintive wistful wistfulnd witful witfuland wistfulmd
and nd tender sweet and solemn on the theikyscrnper theSkyscrapr theskyscraper
Skyscrapr skyscraper Statesman Stateman Something that thatios thathl
hl ios in it the waving of pines pinc tho sway swayng swa swaIng swayng
Ing ng of poplars the weeping of willows willowshe wiows wiowsthe
the he tremulous trmulou waver of silver siver maple mapleeaves mple mpleleav0 mapleeaves
leav0 eaves the gravity of cypress cyprs and the thenelancholy themolancholy thenelancholy
nelancholy swish swih of cemetery cmeter grasses grassesMr grl0 grassesMr
Mr CANNON CHn begins bgiM the grand march marchIll marchAl marchUI
Al Ill our statesmen will wi want to be b set to tonuslu tosia torusic
nuslu sia but wo are sure that none other otherIBS otherh otherlas
h las so much music mUlc in him nono other otheran otheran
an pour forth notes note so mellow molow and mag magilficent magnifcnt magtificent
nifcnt ilficent as W the Hon CHARLES CHARTFR WARRFN WARRFNFAIRBANKS W WABRVNAIRI1ANtS ARRFN ARRFNFAIRBANH8
FAIRBANKS FAIRBANKSA AIRI1ANtSA
A Montreal Montrel paper assumes asuml with what whateems whatloms whatesms
loms eems to be fair justification Jutifcation that the theext thenext theext
next ext Canadian Candian census cenus In 1911 l I will 11 show a alopulatlon apopulaton aopulation
populaton lopulatlon of 7000000 700 or practically prticaly that thatif thator
or if the United Unite States Stat In 1811 181 This Tis recalls recallshn raJs raJsthe recallshe
the hn prediction preicton of Sir WILFRID LACBIER that thatanada thatanadn thatanada
anada will wi bo b to tho twentieth twenteth century centuryihat centur centuryihat
wht ihat the United Unlto States was wa to the nineuenth nine nineeenth nno nnolonth
lonth eenth Beginning Beginnng with about abu 7000000 7000000teople 7000000eopls
pple teople In 1810 our own population ppulatDn increased
2100 1000000 during durn the next fifty fry years yean Even Evenr
If r Canada Cand grown 10W1 in the next nex half century centuryrith centur centurycith
with only ony a half haf of that rapidity rapidty Its 11 popu popuation populaton popuitlon
laton ation in I iMO bo 1m iLl il be b 20000000 20000000In 200
In I the lut two yeara yen Canada CAda hasreceived
2i4coo 2 immigrant immigant and acordnly ccordllhgly th thcotlmato ths thsMUmole ikestimate I
estimate of tho the ho Montreal Monttl fnc paper p Prola ProlaCanndlnn of ofCanadian atCanadian
Canadian Immigration Imml raUon of otso 100006 yearl yearlfor rearlrfor yesrlfor
for tim next Ilextffy nextfifty fifty yearn Yl1ls IB conservAtive conuIM tveI I ICiuiada ICanada
available for Mttlemen Mttlemenshould settlemenhouhd
Canada arm
Culcli Irf1 aaloule Iftement IftementIhoult
should Ihoult tw filled fll tip with a population eqtia eqtiaIn eqtiain ual ualIn
In density deniiy to onehalf II that tilit of our Botitl BotitlAtlantic SoulhAtontt SotitiAtlantic
Atlantic Atontt North orth Central Centrl and South Contra ContraHtatoH C4ntrl C4ntrlHtatC CentreHtates
HtatoH HtatC In lOOOshe loehe would have hlea a populnlloi populnlloiof populllol populllolIr
of Ir 8oooooo 8Oo In IWW 10 This hle Canadian pros pronpoet prol prolp proslI3ct
poet p raises rolKet tho question If I the Canada C ada o otoday of oftodl otoday
today todl with wih 0000000 000 people prple In II h BO 10 good i icimtomer a aCUitorer ucustomer
be the relationA rela relaIon relatoO
customer CUitorer of ours oUI what are to b
toO tionA Ion between betwtn the United Unie States atRte and i iCanada a aCanada iCanada
Canada of 10000000 1000 and eventually eventual 20
000000 00 people peopleCardinal pcopleCartlnal peopleCardinal
Cardinal Cartlnal GIBBONS as a quoted quotd by the NI Ne Neork < V i iYork
York lork ork Herald HeraldlookE looks on Otho the evil evi of divorc divorcon dvore dvoreI
on I a a greater reter evil evl than corporate corprate corruption corruptionbecause corrption corrptionbtauto corruptionbecause
because btauto corporate corpor to corruption right rghtl Itael Itaelby Itael Iteeliby
by lt IK its own wrong wrongt wrongthat that t is IA It provokes provokeitlio provokestho
the publicity publcity of an exposure eposure The Tl Card Cardnal Crdi Crdinal Cardinal
nal however questions qleto the practicability practicabilityof praUcablty praUcabltyor
of the plan of social soial ostracism of the dlvorced dl dlvorced divorce
vorced vorce which ha hM been ben proposed prope by the thivery thever thuvery
very ver earnest ernest Roman Catholic Ctholo women womeibanded womenbande womerbanded
banded bande together togethfr M the Daughter of the thiFaith theFalth thuFugith
Faith Falth la II not the publicity which U 1 ma making m making
king kln corporate cororate corruption corrpton so 10 dangerous angeroul t tpersonal to toperlonal Ic Icpersonal <
personal perlonal reputations rputatons having something somethng o othe of ofthe ohthe
the same sme result reult as I respects repet fwhlonabli fwhlonablidivorces tuhlonble tuhlonbledivore fashIonabhdivorces
divorces divore IK 1 not the thl current curen exposure ePOUr o othe or orthe ohthe
the vanity of the social eooia climber clmber and pro protender pr protender
tender having h vlng a good moral mora effect elet alao alaoIs alo alob alsoiIs
Is It not tending tendni go to t Increase Incrae tbe value olgenuinely ol ofgenuinely ohgenuinely
genuinely deserved d0erve distinction distncton and to Ira Irapoio 1mpo imIOO
poio po o on selfadvertisement selradverlsment the painful palnfupenalty painul painulpenalty painfulpenalty
penalty of orpublo public ridicule rdicule Will W1 not the thirush therBh thurush
rush rBh to get Into published pubUhe and ad picture picturelists picture picturlists
lists 111 of the smart aet Eet sets be diminished here hereafter berl berlnrter hereafter
after Exposure Is working a cure all allrotund al alround al
I IA
round roundA
A little Itlo voice cheeps plaintively plantvely out o otho or orthe ol olthe
the dusty chambers chamber of oblivion oblvion It seem seemthat seel seemithat
that the Hon BILLY MASON Msol still tl breathe breathethe brethe breatheuthe
the vital tal air of Chicago and ho names th thlion the thelon thclion
lion lon JOSEPH BENSON FORAKEII JORAKER as I the Re Republican Republcan Repubhican
publican publcan candidate clndldate for President Prldent In 1908 1908A 1l 190A
A little ltte thing thingbut but It will wi vex Mr FOBAKEB FOBAKEBTlmt FORAKERThat FOItAKERThat
That Joyous If at a times tme oversubtle ovelubte hu humorlst humorRt humortat
morlst morRt the Hon WILLIAM WJLLAM EATON ETON CIUND CIUNDun CJUNDLER CuANrtan
un Is enjoying himself hhnslt to tho top of hi hibent his hisbent bitbent
bent bent He Ie Inoyng writes wrltl Approved Approve upon upn thiTownsendEsch the theTownendEh theTownsendFitch
TownsendEsch TownendEh bill bi not apparently apparenty be because b because ¬
cause he cares cars a rap about freight frIght rates ratesbut rte ratesbut
but because balse if national natonal control contrl of rail railroads raUrOlds railroads
roads rOlds is allowed alowe S S I there ther will 11 be b ni niJim no noJim ncJim
Jim Crow Cow cars cal This Tis sudden 8dden dislocation dlslocatloiof dlloatlon dlloatlonof
of the expected expeto continultyof contnultyor thought thiutter this this thisutter thisutter
utter incongruity Incongrity and surprise surprle are of thi thiessence thl thlsence thsOteflCe
essence sence of humor Indeed Indee Mr fr CHANDLER CHANDLERwhile CHANDIBRwhle CHANDIEnwhile
while whle he U a wit too Is II entitled entte to be b called calledthe cale calledthe
the chief of living lvni Yankee Yanke humorat humoratThe humorists humoristsThe humoristsThe
The Hon lon JEFF JEF DAVIS DAVa Governor Goveror of cr Ar Arkansna ArkanM Arkansas
kansas kanM is eager to t be b a Senator Senatr in Con Congreus CongreR Congress
greus greR and nc is making a characteristically characterlstlcallspirited charatrtcaly charatrtcalyeplrted characteristicallyspirIted
spirited eplrted campaign This extract extrct from on onof one oneof oneof
of his speeches s he Illustrates luRtrte the chastened chasteneisobriety chMtne chastenedsobriety
sobriety sobrety of his style styleTho Ltyle LtyleTe tyleThe
The Te Idea of the ilrelchrewd aeek ahrwd scoundrel acoundreland arundrl arundrlad scoundreland
and ad Ue great area big bla lubberly beefy beul con eontrolling controlJe controittug
trolling trolJe the Arkuuu Arlluuu Legislature Ierlsllur and ad selling aelDr It out outTbe oul nullThe
The e but be1 thine ihIn you OU can ca do with that Iha State Slle Uous UousI loue loueL
I L U to put a can of dynamite dynaml under It and e blow U up upMr upfr UpMr
Mr fr DAVIS DAVS Is already nready an orator ortor and t tstatesman a asttlmn astatesman
statesman sttlmn of national natonal fame and ad his hi only onljpolitical onlypoltCa onlypolitical
political poltCa danger dager is found in his hi exceeelvi exceeelvii excOlve excOlveCOlArvatsm excessiveconservatism
i conservatism and caution cautionThe cautionTo cautionThe
COlArvatsm
The To interview IntrvIew between btween the Hon Joni JoniWEAVER JOUNWEAVER JoaNVKAVRR
WEAVER of Philadelphia PhUadelpha and the Hon HonTOM HonTOM HonroM
TOM JOHNSON of Cleveland Clevelad is described describedcandidly decrb describedcandidly
candidly by the latter Mayor MayorI
I offered olered him my advice dve on aaythlnr aYlhlr be mffhl mffhlwant mrh mfgblWa2lt
want wal > know knowHe knowHe knowHe
He saId ld there wasnt wun anything aYlhlnl Just now thai thaibe ththe thaitie
be needed my m advice vle on onSo onSo onSo
So TOM departed depare taking tking with wltl him his hiauntapped bisuntappd hisuntapped
untapped untappd tank of wisdom wisom But Bu Mayor MayorWEAVER MayorWFVER MayorWPcAVEa
WEAVER has ha tho address addrf and knows where whereto wher
to Inquire Inquir for anything any thins he wants want to t know knowMasflachusettrt knowMassachusetts knowfIAachueltIE
Massachusetts fIAachueltIE is inhospitable The Te Duke Dukeof Dke Dkef Dukeof
of f Cornwalls Cornwals Own Rifles Rltl of Ottawa Ottawacraved Otawa Otawacraved Ottawacraved
craved leave to march mah across aroM Boston Dstn with withtheir withtheir withtheir
their firearms frearm A cruel crel statute lttute forbids forbidsThfl forbidsTe forbidsThe
The Te Legislature Lgllatur should have been bn called calledIn cale
In extra session eOslon and the Own Rifles Rfl should shouldhave ehouldhave shouldhave
have been en permitted permite to carry c themselves themselvesHow themell themselvesflow
How many mny foreign forign countries countre the full ful quota quotaof quot
of the Ancient Ancent and Honorable Hcorble Artillery ArtilleryCompany Arier ArtilleryCompany
Company ha hM Invaded Invade with side arms arm and andpocket andpocket andpocket
pocket arms am Lade Loaded to the muzzle muz71e it has hasdriven ha hasdriven
driven drven when it couldnt walk through Paris ParisLondon Par ParisLondon
London Lndon Quebec Queb a hundred hundr capitals caplas In International InIlratonal International ¬
ternational Ilratonal comity Is II little lte understood undertoo In InMassachusetts InMasachulets inMassachusetts
Massachusetts MassachusettsThe Masachulets MasachuletsTe
The Te Hon ROBERT RBERT MARION bIJON LA L FOLLETTR FOLLETTRGovernor FOLLEB FOLLEBaoeror FOLtETT5Oovernor
Governor aoeror of Wisconsin Wleonsln now and Senator Senatorfrom Snator Snatortrom Senatorfrom
from Wisconsin on demand had to t stand standup etad etadup standup
up In an Illinois Iinois Central Centrl train trin He says saysthat say saysthat
that he would like lke to t have a hand In hang hanging hangIng hanglag ¬
ing its president This seems sem somewhat somewhatof Iomewha Iomewhaor
of a drastic drastc form of railway ralway regulation regulationbut re ulaton ulatonlt
but lt doubtless c0ubtles Mr LA L FOLLKTTE FOLLEB knows his hisaudience hisaudience hisaudience
audience audienceMayor audienceraror audiencetiator
Mayor DUNNB IJNNB will wi shortly sborly lecture lelur on municipal municipalownership municipalownership i iowner
ownership owner hlp before Boston Btn Democrats lemocraULoulUS 1emocratoLouisrIlie 1emocratoLouisrIliePost Loutittllt LoutittlltPott I
Post p
PottHe He is a good goo speaker spker but blt the man m the thepublic thepublc thepublic
public publc wants to hear on the subject subjet of mu municipal munlClpal municipal ¬
nicipal nlClpal ownership owneIhlp is I plain plan dealing delni JAMES JAMESDAUtTUFLE JUlESDALRYMPLE JAMEsDAUSYMFLE
DAUtTUFLE of Glasgow Glasgowllr Olgow Olgow11r
llr THOMAS TOIIS WATSONS WoON1 advice vlce to the public publc Is to toburn 10bum toburn
burn It Its money mone rather than put II Into one of the theold Ibeold theoki
old line 1M lila Ifo Insurance I urace companies companlesfttmd Kitntnit con tontemporary conIIm1or conterpors
IIm1or temporary temporaryA < l ri riA
A good goo old man mn nr Ilr sir he will wi be b talking talkingIt talkingI
It I in I not his hl fault If his h language laguage is 1 too t red redheaded re redheaded ¬
headed hede How 10w can he keep kep cool col sitting sittingas Ilttng Ilttnga
a as he must in the fierce tere light lght that beats beatsfrom bt beatsfrom
from his bright brght bronze bronz poll pl Besides lde he heIs heIs heto
Is surcharged surharge with wih literary lerar emotion emotionAn
An Adrcrb of Mr Garlands GarlandsTo Gellda GelldaTo GarlandTo
To THE TUI EDITOR or tea Son S Bussir Sir fr While l jxm jxmare muarc u uar
are ar on the subject of correct Crret English rnelh will wi you OU please pleaserjplaln plee pleeflplaln pleaseeuplatu
flplaln rjplaln this thl sentence la II Mr Hamlln Uamln Garlands GarlandsTyranny Orlads OrladsTrliny CiarlandsTirenny
Tyranny Trliny of the Dark lark page 310 Then I was wasInvited wuInled waslnlted
Invited Inled by b the controls cnlrol controtsO o Clarke Clarle aldIo saidto aid to come comeun cle cleup comeUI
un UI and u ait alt beside the medium meium which I did dll very veryloathly vel verbloathly
loathly loathlyI loathl
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Loathly Lath for reluctantly unwllllnelr unwllllnelrIs unwllnglr unwllnglrII
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English Enalh Traits TraitsTo Ti TraitTo
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ot f Intended rime rme the following rolowlnr from frm London llon Punch FunrftI lunI
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To THE EDITOR or THE TI sm lNSI1 sirt Upon Upn reading readinghe readlnl readin readinhe
the he report of the Interstate Inleslle Commerce Cmmerce Commission Commissionil
01 il f the repr railway ralwa accidents occurring occurrtn during durlna the lut lutwr 11trur Itsiear
rur wr something 8melhlnl more than 15000 10 this Ibi thought thoughtitruckme thourhllrrk thoughttmrkme
lrrk itruckme me Whlol Wijynot Vhynothavealongaldeofthawellkn3wn Vhynothavealongaldeofthawellkn3wnx have aonelde alongside orle otthewellknwn otthewellknwno1 wellnn wellnnbx
bx x o1 > x In railway ralwa coaches cabt1 bearing btarnr the legend leled Ai AiJar AsUar tztar
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bx x oz > x containing cnllnlnr first lrl aid Id aopplles aepp1i 0PPIN with wlh which the thanjurrd Ih IhInJurtd thealumni
alumni cnuld uld be temporarily topry treated Irete when accident accidentlappcnT ar accidentappon7 ldfl ldflbappcn7
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SCIUNTON SCI Pa P July JulyCrate Jul Julalo JulyCyalo
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Diogenes was hunting for or an n honest man manAll manAll i iAl
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Juat lust aa good 10o we reply Bow would an tnvesU tnvesUated InveI investirated
rated ated vindicated vtdlcke on one dot dotDeaf dt dtDea dStDef
Deaf Dea to our offers oe tike philosopher pbUopher trekked Uelltd on onill onblly onts
blly ill way
The Th T nawd B i t Cistern CisternStetlaSo 01 01Slel v vStella
Slel StetlaSo Stella Bo you yo think k be hAs b been be engaged elred before beforeHelta beort beortel beforelieliaTeit
Helta lieliaTeit el Yet he didnt dld stick himself hmf on the pin In Iny Inmy inray
belt beltVisitor
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Vay VaMpyy MMts MMtsVisitorHow 1 1VIHow
Visitor VIHow VisitorHow How old cle an r you ou Johonyt JohonytJohnny Jolrt JolrtJolXm JobaayJohnflTInl
JolXm JohnflTInl Johnny Im tqo t big to ery cr en and not 111 big enough enoughmake
10 > make 110 anybody aubp els at cry cr
1
TUK HI FOOT uTn41J nT U ALL HULKS nUM S FOItlOO FOItlOOWith FOIl 1001 1001With iOQ4 iOQ4With
With the appearance sppenranceoflhe of tho football totb1 ru rubook rle rlebook nil nilbook
book for the season Helon of 100S 1103 l00 tho Interest Interelt o otho ot otthe Cthe
the college rolel athletic Ithleto world Is projocted IJrojulA forward for torwlrd lotward
ward wlrd definitely dnntely to tho coming campaign campaignIn lmpol n nIn
In spite spie of the hubbub and todo eve ovethn or ortho evethe
the game and the Insistent InstOtent demand fo fochanso or orchanJe a achange
change chanJe tho football roothnl legislators IlglKlatlrl have gon gonon gonon ole oleon
on their way serenely Borenel and have Io nlmc nlmcrather nlncd nlncdrther ahabruttier
rather rther at strict ftrct interpretation than nt anything any onything anything
thing that will wl Interpretaton affect atot tho detail dotnl of the pin pinItaelf pIny pInyltelr pinItself
Itself ltelr The main points polnll of f IllS play 111 affectei affecteiaro tdTetee affecteare
are the mapping of the ball hal by the center centerattempts centeratempt centerattempts
attempts atempt to draw daw opponents oflslde onlhle th thdowning the thedownns hi hidowning
downing downns of tho ball bnl the entry of substl substltute eul1t eubetitute
tute players plaYfl and side lino Ino coaching coachlnl Thee Thesichanges The Theechanges e eChIRO
ChIRO changes It will w1 be noticed notice are all al riiroctei riirocteiat direted diretedat tHree tci tciat
at the te morals moras of the gameRules game gameRules RomeRules
Rules 19 1 and 20 2 present preent what appears appel ti titho to tothe tIthe
the render rder unskilled unkUe In their technical tehnica In Interpretatlon Interpretaton interpretation
terpretatlon terpretaton to be b a contradiction contradicton in terms termiThe termsTbe termsThe
The first trt lays la1 down the law that any player playomay playermy playsmay
may my throw paa pRi or bat bt tho ball bal In any dl dlrection clirection I Ireton
rection reton except toward his b opponents opponent goal goalA
A down is always alwaYI to t be b declared delare by th thblowing tle tleblowng thblowing
blowing blowng of the referees reterel whistle and Mi Miorder in inorder ii iiorder
order to prevent the t h prevalent stealing It0lng o othe of ofthe 0the
the ball hal the referee reror shall shal blow his whist whistimmediately wWste wWsteImmediately whiatlimmediately
immediately when whe the forward rorard progrea progreaof
of the ball bal has been bn stopped As the for forword torwad forward
word wad progress progre of the ball bal Itopp Is certainly certnly stopped stoppeiby stoppedby stoppeby
by a backward bckward pans paF permissible prmfble under th thterms tho thotem thterms
tem terms of Rule 10 11 why was wa not the dlreotloi dlreotloicompleted direton diretoncomplete direotiotcompleted
completed complete by some sotnesuch such phrase ph rad as I by th thside the theside thside
side not in possession pOeslon of the ball bl Thi Thiintention Te TeIntenton Tbintention
intention Intenton of the ruling rlng however Is plain plliand plainand plaitand
and will wl be generally generaly understood undertood Com Complex Complex Cornpiex
plex and voluminous aa a tho rules rle already alreadyara alreay alreayaro alreadare
are our only wonder Is that referees rerere and andumplr ant antumpires n numpires <
umpires umplr competent to apply them in thi thiexcitement the theecitmont tbexcitement
excitement ecitmont of a big game can be b foundThe found foundThe roundTe
The Te rules rle committee committ la I headed hede by the thiveteran theetra tbveteranValter
veteran veteranValter etra Walter Waltr Camp and It I may my be assumee assumeethat lumed lumedthat aasumethat
that under such direction dIrton the game will wU lx lxkept U Ukept
kept as a Its it lovers loverf would have it I Still Stl thi thisuggestion the thesuggetion tbsuggestion
suggestion suggetion might mgbt be b made mde to the captain captainand captainand
and coaches coahe who will wi spend spnd the remalnini remalniniweeks rmnng rmnngweks remalnintweeks
weeks weks of the summer In studying studyng the rulo ruloof ruheof
of the war game and developing Its Is strategy strategyfor stratgy stratgylor strategfor
for tho season soon of 1905 i9D that thatallttlo a littlo 1 We more o othe of oftho othegoodold
the thegoodold good old fashioned raWone open play a littli littliless ltte littIless
less 10 of the modern moder freight rrlnht train trin colllsloi colllsloistyle col1810n col1810nstyle colllsiotstyle
style would be b acceptable aceptable to the crowd crowdIn crowdin
In the stands stlds The doughty heroes here of thichalked the thechalke tbchalked
chalked chalke field feld may despise the blenche blenchecrowd blecher blechererowd bleachecrowd
crowd but from the pocket pocketl of those who whcwatch whowatoh whuwatoh
watoh and oheer comes come the money tha thakeeps thatkeeps thakeeps
keeps tho merry mery game agoingfiluidends agoing agoingDividend agolngDhldendl
Dividend on Life Insurance Policies PoliciesTo Polele PoleleTo
To THK nz EniTon EIITon or THE Tn SUN SUNSi Sir It I Iprobable Is Isprobable Ii Iiprobable
probable that th thero ro Is no article nrtce for sale 811e li lithis In Inthll Iithis
this thll country concerning con ernlnl which the averse averagibuyer aerslo aerslobUer aversebuyer
buyer Is so I Ignorant Ilnorant as the life Ifo ineurancupolicy ln Insurance Insurancepol uranc urancpolicy <
policy pol I A shrewd business bURlnlSA man Ian of my ac acqunlntance acQUBlnlBnce acciualntance
qunlntance told me le recently recent that he held helifour heldfour holcfour
four policies po10118 three of which he had novel nevelooked nCIrlooked novellooked
looked at A dishonest t agent nlent would han havilittle hanltte havulittle
little ltte difficulty dlfrl dlfflcuit in deceiving deCehlnS from a half t tthreequarters 10 10thrteQURrlee U Uthreequarters <
threequarters thrteQURrlee of his clients clent In matters mattr plainly plalnljstated plainlyatated plalulistated
stated In the Ih contracts contractsCertain contraCle contraCleCerain contractCertaIn
Certain Cerain technicalities Ichnlcaltes are unavoidable one onenot and andnot andnot
not one life le Insurance man Ian In a hundred could coulcproperly couldproperly couldproperly
properly define reserve re8CI0 although alhoulb It li liglibly ts tsglbly itglibly
glibly glbly enough talked tlked about The most lost pro prorrBHlve proIrplho progresale
rrBHlve companies companlcl however are constant constantstriving conslanty conslantytrlvlni constantly constantlystriving
Irplho
striving trlvlni for greater realr simplicity slnplclt In the th wording wordlmof wordlnl
of their policies polel8 and there seems sems to be b n nvalid no novald nevalid <
valid vald reason rElon for eo general an Ignorance on ortho ontho ontho
tho subject subjectThe RubJectThe subjectTb
The Tb mathematics mathematcs of Insurance Inurance Is com complicated complcatd cornpUcated
plicated plcatd and the calculation calclaton of premium premiumand prlmlur promiurnuand
and dividends demands technical knowledg knowledgof knowledle knowledleor
of a high order The he recent rl tnt discussion ol olscandals or oroandals 01scandals
scandals hlrh In the management of one an of th thlarger thlarler lblarger <
larger larler companies complnles has hll brought broulht Into the flelc flelcmany teld teldman tie tiemany
many man writers whose hose acquaintance with the thebasic thebosle thebasic
basic principles wrln Is superficial slP rte acellllntnnco nl nt best bestLower btst btstLower bestLowet
Lower rates rlls and higher dividends are de dejustifiable df demandeci
mlndld mandeci with an In8IslnCA lnsIstenc not alolcther alolctherJUIrablt altogether altogetherjuetlulable
justifiable JUIrablt If I the Impartial Imparlal critic critc will wi study studythe studh rtudvthe
the thE rexultn re ul of an In average npralP policy pClo on the muchmaligned much muc mucmaU touchmallgneddeferred
maligned maU mallgneddeferred deterred dividend dllldlnd planat plnn al an ayer arern ayernre average
n age e age ail < ne fay sn 35 he hI will Wil rind that thlt the policy pol at alis alismRlurlt atits atitsmatUrIty Its Itsmaturity
maturity or at the end ld of the th premium prpmlul paying payingperiod p payingperiod 111
period may ma be bE surrendered urrendlr d for cash clMh In II an anamount nnamount anamount
amount generally reneratl exceeding C trln the sum 8UI of the thepremiums Ihepremiums ttitpremiums
premiums paid In other word the pro prolection protpctlon
Pro Protlctlon
lection tlctlon has ha cost ot the Insured In urpd the tle Interest Inlrts nn nnhis 01 onhis
his hl money nlme or less le a fairly satisfactory 8atI8fa ton trans transaction tra transaction ¬
action actionMany
BClon BClonMan Many Man of the thl most mOlt prominent promlnlnt buyers of lIfepellet life lifepolicies le lepolCI1
policies pellet have ho lately Inl been hEn taking lukllllhlm them on the thennnpartlolpattne theInnpRrlolpatn thenonprirtleipatlne
polCI1 nnnpartlolpattne plan The wisdom wltom of this thlal thisII
l II InnpRrlolpatn open oIn to iiie llMlol iiipstlon tlon A recent rtCnt comparison comparisonof rOlparlonof
of nnnportlcipntlne with llh annual amlol dividend dividendpolicies dlvldndpolclcl dividendpolicIes
nnpnrllpatnl
policies made madl by h the actuary ntlaT of a large larll com company compan cornpan ¬
pany polclcl pan showed that on o life 1 and limited Imlcd par paycompanys parpnt parment
ment pnt life polclp olkles which form the bule built or ni ary arycompanys
Ifp
companys business the ndvanrhpe benai bererito benaito belal
to liow on the Ildp side ld > of the 111 participating plrtlcpalnl policy policyafter plY plYatr policyafter
after about nbcut the th twelfth year yearThe yearThe pnr pnrThe
atr The Individual Indlldual buyer blpr should base his hl Jude judgment Judl Judement ¬
ment mEnt in this Ihl matter mattr on a consideration fonldralol of his hisaee hisage
age and hli hi family rnml record for longevity longevityH 10nrelII 10nrelIII
rptorc
811 H should IhOIId lx 1H be > remembered that n company companyconducted Complny ComplnyCOldurtd companyeoitriietpd
conducted COldurtd I on the mutual mltuslllnn plan could Colld not write writean wrle wrlean writean
an exclusively fxcllllly nonoartlclpatlnir nonpsrtlcllltng business hU8Infos husin as asunder lS lSndr astinder
of this thl class the Insured
under ndr policies polrlt dnBI are areprecluded areprecludpd areprecluded
precluded from any share In the profits proft of the theorganization theorlanlzlnn thewhIch
organization organizationAgain orlanlzlnn Again the th load which hleh Is added adrpd to all ni net netprnmlums ntprnllms netprniulurns
prnmlums prnllms must be bf large larle enough fnollh to allow nlo for forsuch rorsloh forerich
such sloh contingencies nnlnnclp an ni adverse Bdler mortality mortalityexperience mortall mortallexperience mortalItyexperience
experience nnd depreciation depreclton of securities securitiesAny securitiesAny ccurlltpsAn
Any An gain laln from the reverse of th thlp these se conditions conditionsIs condilons condilonsII
Is II apportioned fpportlond to dividends dlvldencl under unrpr participa partlcipatln parlclll participating ¬
ting tlnJ tln policies What fair distribution dlstrlhuton cnuld cnuldbfl cnuldbf couldb
polrl
bfl bf b made mid of them In a purely purt nonparticipating nonpartlclpntlngbusiness nonparlclpntlnl nonparticipatingbusiness
business bI lnPI1 E IVCIIHON IVCIIHONKEWAHK JnaosE IEneosEWAflK
KEWAHK E EWAflK Anl July Jil 27 J7The 27The 27The
The Subway HeatTo Heat HeatTo HetTo
To THE EDITOR FDIOI or 0 THIS Tnp Has ipMSlr Sir lr Of what t tprobably L Lu Luprobably
probably the primal prmal fact fat In the matter maltr of the sub subway aubWU subwas
way heat I have not nollel yet seen mention In the public publicprints pUblc pUblcprnl publicprintu
prints printsThat prnl prnlThall printuThat
That Thall Is the great amount of n exposed expsd Iron Irn giving givingto ellnrt
to t the subway uba when welt wel heated h led all al the efficacy efficacyof
of a furnace furace In this fact no doubt do ubi lies Irs the ex cxplanation explanation explaOlon ¬
planation plaOlon of the disappointment dlappolnlmenl of the th popular popularexplanation ppular ppularexplanaton popuiarexpianstiolt
explanaton explanation of the coolness coolne of a grotto rrlomerel rrlomerelIhe gmtomereii gmtomereiithe merely merelythe
the difference dllertnce of action acton toward toad heat of Iron and andof al andof
of earth and rock rck A cave needs no ventilation nnUAlon or orair orair orair
air current to be as It Ils Is i always alla much cooler cler than thanthe IhanIhe thanthe
the outer air airIt sirit
It 1 seems difficult dlmcul to find nnl the cure but the first Cyststep firstitep drslslrp
step Is I I to have a clear rear understanding understAndlnl of the cause causeI
I believe bflee a point concrete cncrele or other covering cIernr or the theIron tbeIrn theIron
Irn Iron which would be especially ewecal resistant to heat heatradlntlon hMIrAdlalon heatradiation
rAdlalon radiation would make muchdlfferenceIn mucbdllerenceln the temper tempersture lempt lemptalure tempersture
sture nt o the thr tunnel Rxperlments Ispermen and tents te t along alongtbe alonrthe alongthe
the line Ineaurretel suggested cin cm easily eal be made T TNEW TNBW T7sw
NEW YORK YOI July Juh 27Uow 27 11lion 27low
lion low Abont the thf Maineto Maineto Maine lalne1o
to o THE Enrron EDloa or TUB SUN 811 SCNSir sir Your editorial editorialn edioral edioralIn
In n regard to the numerous numeru accidents arid en I In the navy nvysince nal nalInce navyslnce
since the Spanish palsh war lead me to Inquire why whyou whyou whyIou
Iou ou tie not 101lnclu Include < e the destruction lestrrlon of the th Maine MaineThe 11ane 11anee ialneThe
The e Investigation Inleslralon Into that affair afaIr was wa certainly certainlyif ctrlnly ctrlnlyof
of if a piece rlece with lb the other Investigations Inelralon to which whichou
ou refer and I think It I Is time tmo that we manfully manfullyseed marul manfullylaced
factl seed the truth trlb that Ibl the blame of this has ba been beenilaced beenplael beenicet
plael ilaced on utterly ulerlr Inadequate Inaleual evidence and that thathe thaIte
te he real Ial facts fat should be brought brurh to light lightWhy Ichl IchlWh light1thy
the Maine raised ued and the
Why Wh is not Ad question questionicttlod quetlon quetlonselle questioniettled
selle icttlod A STUDENT STUDENTNKW STUDLTNBW trruoawrNEW
NEW YonK July JulyThe 27 27The iTThe
The Chicken Paul PaulTo Inull InullTo PeasTo
To rn TnB EDITOR YDIOI or Tarn TB SUM SU1 Sinesir 3tr jr Poor Por old oldHempstead 011 oldlIempsteadi
Hempstead l mplead1 Tears Tear came unbidden to my eyes eyesvhrn ee eyesuhen
vhrn I read n his letter leler about abut the tb boarding badlr house househlckens bouechickens househickeat
chickens Those Tos chickens are ot the oentlped oentlpedtrain qntped qntpedAtTin centipedtrain
AtTin train and I have eaten my share He should shouldIse shouldrle shouldtue
rle Ise up crt married mrred and ad forsake foraale the way 11 of ofloartllng ofhrlnr ofsoartling
hrlnr loartllng house life lifeA 1e 1erood lifegood
A good wife wie will never neer buy bu a chicken bclen with wih more moreban ml
Iban ban 11 an two legs unless unla of otcourn count cur she sh stands In with withhe withhe 11h 11hIhe
Ihe he butcher SAD KTE KTEQREEtrroiNT rr TZ TZOIl55NPOINT
QREEtrroiNT ORIIOINT July JulyOle 20 20Old 2dOld
Old Ole Wabaah Christened Crhlae With Wlb Water WaterFrom Wte WaterProm
From Frm Ww Ih th notion nOlOn Tranicrtpt TranicrtptWe rrancrl rrancrlWe
We team lear that the Hartford was wa not the only onlyeuel onl onlvese onlyeasel
vese easel of tbe old navy that was WA christened cbrstene witheater with withater wth wthwaler
waler eater When hen the Wabash Waba was a launched at the theblladelphla IboPhladelpbl theThiladeiphia
Phladelpbl blladelphla yard ya fifty lfy years yera ago ro or thereabouts thereaboutsdecanter Iherubul thereabouLuI
a I decanter deler of Wabash Wbh River water was WA employed employedt employedI
I it t was WI brought brurbl to Philadelphia Pbladelph by a Philadelphian Pbllidelphlanrho Phlelphla
who rho had bae been temporarily lmpratl In what was WA called caled the theVast IheWet itieIVest
Wet Vast In I those I oe days and ad who w o Is I still 11 alive thy 1 to tell tellhe teUIe
Ie 5 he tale tal The T Wabash Wba was w we a famous faous ship ahll In II her brlay herlay
da lay and ad carried cee DUPII Uuponts flag 4r at the l battle biie of ofort otn of70r1
ort n Royal RoyalWill Rya RyaWllmport haysWill
Will Wllmport Import Dulls 011 Unllsfor for the te Flghu FlghuFrom FllhbFror EiihtsFrost
From Fror Uu t Mexican Muk41 lltrail lltrailAll U iIcraiSAll d dAl
All Al the Ih bulls bula used In I tbe lb Mexico Mele ring rr this Ihl rear rearIU yearsill er erwm
wm IU be b Imported Impred from frm Spain Span Every Yvel effort cfor will 11 be beiade beme
me iade to make ml this Ibl years yrra fights Irbts the best belln In the Ie his bisDry bl hisory
tol Dry ot the ring rnr
Vacation catlon In Hlddlm HlddlmSunday Slddl SlddlSUlda BlddlnnSunday
Sunday SUlda School Shool Teacher TeacberSow Now Johnny Johny who was wasotr wasLt w wlohnnyThe
otr otrJohnny
Lt
Johnny JohnnrThe The only onl man who left Jel the th city CI on oncrnunt onctunl ottlcCount
crnunt ctunl ot Urtt Irel while 11e his hi wife fe ktiycd I cd behind
1
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Conoiuiloni conoiu ions on f Marl Marlhue M r rItnie
and ml
The TI T1i1OhlIiOfl 0ilnloni O11110n I 4
hue tnie Crlllo CrllloVoin ntis ntisjupa Ulo UloU1
American Svrtn and SMfpnTho SMfpn ShlppnQjut q qlho >
Voin tk fg SUr hppl
jut U1 deplorable cil dllleter dIsaster u t r on 01 the Unite tnlleHlnto Unied UniedHlnl Unitehintos
Hlnto lho wnrshlp tlplOrlbl1 wnrlhhl HennlrioUm could not lot li linciurrnu have haveourrlt mayoccurred
Itwould Itwouldnul Ithoullnot
occurred un on an merchant iiiiimii stenlfler tealer
nciurrnu i
ourrlt 55t4llt Ii Iiregard I Ireward In Inrtlarf
I the navy
not halo occurred had ni syjUin tNI
reward to olcurrt the thl cure Ufe and nd operation of snip snipI IhllB IhllBIIrhlnln slihis slihisttiiuelilner
I nmelilnery rtlarf been half hai an good uit 11 thrtt Ihlt while which whichIltllnl whilebtuliit
1 obtains IIrhlnln In any lilly lAvrahant lcruhant iorvlce Ofloe tice It It wouit wouitnot would woulnot I Inot
Iltllnl slwiiu slwiiusystem elrtiIhatstelIl I IM
not have been conceivable on elvablo had a 811111
system M tel hlo In r rllrd rgnrd nrd to engineers cnllner In chnriro chlnre 01 01naval on onna 01utaval
II l maintained ii iievery n nevery In
In force HI
naval na 11 ships been l luolntlino I Ievery
be further ro romarked romarked romarked
line It may
merchant
every
mfrchan lne I OS
marked that had the condition condilon of the Den Bennlngtons Dennlngtons i intn
nlngtons ntn tona bolters Dolen ai reported been knowi knowito knlwn knlwnt knpwito
creicould crew crewoould crenoould
to exist on any merchant merchont steamer no
oould t have been ben got ot to stay on board bard of her herIt herJ
It J Is certainly extraordinary that a uovernment OOVemment JoT JoTerament
ernment certtnly which hloh Impose all al sorts of strlngen strlngenInspection ItrhlgtntInsp striiigenInspection
upon merchant ve veloU yea yeacohn
Inspection Insp ctlon requirement rfqulrementl ve
loU does not In Its department of the nav navexact naV naVoXBt naul naulasset
exact 01 similar efficiency One not Infre Infresome Intrelu infretiuqitilY
oXBt tiuqitilY lu ntIY simiar herl hears of a Inorchant more mt etefliet teaer puttini puttiniback uttn I
back to Ilort when a daY or 10 so out bocaua bocauasome IUle IUleBomo
some flaw hat been discovered dl CIered In the onglne onglneor cnglneor gne ne neor
or maohlnery and repair have become becoinnecessary becomeneecsl ecoint ecointfleeeBMry
to Insure safety rtIalr but one nevestill neverhears never novelhears
necessary but
neecsl thl hIs of a boiler esploslon esploslonOne
hears In lenoratlon boier elllolhon elllolhonOn
One often tilt IlOraton S In ocean stemer eteaniera boUer oilers t tha thaare a alre
are On sixteen ortn ftli eIghteen or twenty year years oldan oldantil oldasestIll
still lre In active ellhteen service but one never Dev hearii hel o oboiler 0bol obol
boiler bol til er ers In active IcUIe sea Iea service rvlce with wIt reducjj reducjjpressure reucepressure r uce ucepressure
because they were w unfit unlt to itgni itgnithe stnIhe stafle staflehe
pressure r
the he strain Itraln as was wa the case In In a the Bennlngton BennlngtonA BnnlnJWn BnnlnJWnA
A merchant steamships boiler are require requireto reQuhlroh
8tot bll boiers whlcl whlclthey whietthey
to bo competent to do o the work for w c cthey
they were omplelt designed they must mua do It or hthe hthe8hlp th thship itt ittshIp
ship cannot delglM perform her scrv eerlce servIce ce 10 1 w whee wheenecessary nei neinecessary en enneresary
necessary new boilers are Installed InstalledBennlncton Instle InstalledSo
neresary 80 inconceivable ntw boleri wu the oerrrenc occurrence on the theBennlnllon thuBennington
Bennlncton to practical marine engineer engineerat enllneer enllneerand enalneerland
Bennlnllon and and oMclai Inspectors praotoal In this city that the theat
cl1 they
at first ofcal refused InBlectrs to believe ve It 1 Imagining ImalnllllkthI th tha thai thaia
a a magazine frt of ammunition AIPIUnlton atnun bl Lion had more lIKel lIKelcredible leYexrloded ikeis ikeisexio
exio ed An eJPlanMlon exp nnaion that te the larety safetvs
exrloded vs 10 might have Itu6k tuOk loms seams almoet almost II IIcrtdlble in incredIble
credible In theae thel day days thouqh possible i igeneration a agrneraton i igeneration
crtdlble
generation ago consequently y the be competent compewncritics cmpetncritc competentcrItics
onaeQulmty
grneraton critics critc have ha 0 been puzzling puz lng their brain bra as U Ucomprehend t Secomprehend
comprehend the cause causeIt causeIt aU80I
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It seems possible that through throulh carelemnesi carelemnesia carsle nlda nldaa
ml tba
a sudden I force for from other boilers bolera was WB turnet turnetInto tumeInto tUr11eInto
Into udfn thin Ihll weak < one thus causing the disaster disasterbut dllter dllterbut dieaaterbut
but this should not hae been Ihe the he casa cl wilt wltlskilled Wlih Wlihskied wiltskilled
skilled men IhOlld In n charge Furnaceusuallj Furnaceusualljthe Furna Furnaces e usuA ueu I Ibecome y ybecome
skied become wBtedln waste In tbe 910 lne no ot the nr tire blrl bars Qrj Qrjto qr qrto
the line 01 01the olthe
to use a common phraHe p trace between lne
the ue heat and tho cooler line of the ash nit nitThat pitThat p1tThat
That i la generally the place pla e where the tire tireweakness trt I rsl rslweakness I
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weakness gcnraly sets 1f1 In It t In I also alLo possible psLlbl that thlt th thboilers the theboilers < i
boilers may not have been as clean as a 5 th thmight they the themight I
might boiers be and shortness Ihortns8 of water a ater des1 might in ght like likewise lke lIkewIse i iwise
mirht wise have occurred Whatever may lay have bavboon have haveboon haveboon <
boon the cattle caus however howevr I is practically practicaly pract call Ira IraSecretary Iramaterial i imatlrlal
material nD nDStcretnl now nowSecretary
matlrlal
Secretary lionaparto will find that tat In mer merchant merchant ¬
Stcretnl onaarl wi
chant steamers engines and boilers boiers are con contlnuously cn cntnuous eontlnuotusly
I tlnuously steamer and repeatedly re InJlnl1 Inspected In8pect d by the thesurveyors theurveoT thesurveors
surveyors tnuous to Lloyd JhI8 Ntlly V and kindred klldred Institution InstitutionIn Inltutona InltutonaIn
In urveoT order or cc to t maintain mlintain their thtlt class c ass whereas wherr1 th thnavy the thelaV thunavy
navy Is a alaw law unto Into Itself Itt In regard relard to Inspeo Inspeotlon nlpec nlpecton nspee nspeelion
laV that the merchant merchanservices merchantservices
lion It will also be found merchant
services ton BPrlcel whloh wi alo are most efficiently emclentr manage manageare maniYcd maniYcdaro manaroel manaroelarc
are likewise whic moat economically managed hth hthIn bolt boltiii not notIn
In regard relard Ikewl to machinery and men manail the regulai regulaiand rellar rellarlmited regulatlimited
limited staff ot the enllne enelno rom room Consequenty Consequentyknow
know lmited every stal emaileet part ot oftheir their machineI tune Inery Ineryand
and there elI Is smalrat no danger anger of too many COOK COOKspoiling cooks cooksbroth cookespolllngtlme
spoiling spolllngtlme the broth dlnler as 8 there Is I with Ith a large largcrew Ilrle IlrleCrlw largecrew
crew Crlw In a warship warhip Indeed Indee so 10 excellent exclent ho hothe ha has hasthe
the pollry beon found of carrying a minimum mlnlmurof minimumof
of an efficient crew In a steamer Ileamer that It ItmnY ItmnYbe may maybe maybe
be well worthy of consideration conlderaton whether U Umight It Itmlrht Stmight
might 11 not be hl advisable adl bie to adopt In the navy navjsomewhat nav navysomewhat
somewhat Oomowhlt mlrht the system setm of ora a merchant merohlnt line linehavlnc lne lnehalln linetiavinc
havlnc a permanent perman nt minimum force for eacr eacrship eacl each eachship
ship the thO men of which shall shal be entrusted entrustedabsolutely entrusll entrustedabsolutely
absolutely shil ahOolule len with lh the care maintenance malntlnance and andoperation ad adoperaton andoperation
operation of the thl vessel eslel and not to t be Inter Interfered InterflrC Interfered ¬
operaton fered with lth hv h tho ho mnmber mamhlrs of any auxiliary auxiliaryforce auxllal auxiliaryforce
force flrC carried for fighting nlhtnl purposes IUrpOPps Until Untilsome Unti tint I
some such slid thorough reforms are effected elected we werannot W Wnnt wecannot
cannot 000 nnt ilCi bo b said lald to possess a satisfactory atsfactol and andreliable an anreliable nd ndrelable
reliable relable navy navyTho nav navyThe
navTo
The To Bill and the Good GoodTo Goo GoodTo
To THE TiE EDITOR or THE TiE SUNSir SUN Sir It Isnot Is Isnot Isnot
not to t the point to spend Ipend time tme deploring deploringpresent deplorlnr deploringpresent
present day degeneracy and despairing dllpalrlnl of ofthe otthe ofthe
the outcome outome elther comfortable cmtortble blind blindoptimism blnd blndoptmism blindoptImism
optimism optmism nor the pessimism of your our corre correpondent correspondent i ipondent
pondent Plumbers Helper 1oper Is I germane germaneWithout lermanf germaneWIthout
Without doubt dOlht there Is a too prevalent prevalenttoleration prenlenttolEraton prevalenttoleratIon
toleration tolEraton of Immorality Immoralyan Inituoralltyan an admiration admiraton of ofdishonesty atdtshonCst ofdishonesty
dishonesty dtshonCst so long as It keeps within the law lawbut lawbut lawhut
but this Is not the whole story ItOI The un unenviable unenllable unenvlablo ¬
enviable enllable place which a well fed re and unctuous unctuousEquitable unctuoulEquitable unctuousEquitable
Equitable Pecksniff lcck8nlr holds In the minds of the thebulk thebulk thebulk
bulk of our citizens citzen In spite sptt of the the fact that thatprobably thatprobably thatprobably
probably he has bept Ippt out of the laws law reachspeaks reach reachspeaks relah relahspeak
speaks speak volumes for the saving lavl point of view viewabroad viewabroad vIewabroad
abroad abroadDooayour abroadDoc8otrrorrlpondenhE abroadDoesyourcorretpondentaee
Dooayour Doc8otrrorrlpondenhE Doesyourcorretpondentaee correspondent see no light lght Thjre Thjreare Tbtrare
are yet et seven Oven thousand who have not bowed bowedthe boedtlp bowedthe
the tlp knee kneeto to Baal The leaven of right rlrht Is at work workand workand workand
and as la potent potlnt today as lS a ever It was WB Dis Dishonesty Ds Dshonelt DisIonest ¬
honelt Ionest honesty Is 1 abroad and will 1 be even when hen the thepresent thepresent i iprelnt
present prelnt day da financiers OnlncltT are In their graves gravesHut gravesut gravesBut
Hut ut this Ihl has not IOt to do with our main man bust business buslnesor bustnessof ¬
nesor nessof ness of clean cllan living 1lng of abhorring abhoring the lesser lesserchoice leMrcholccprrlnl lesserchoiceerring
choice cholccprrlnl choiceerring erring If err we e mutt on o the side sideof sideor aideof
of xtrattlncedness trltllcecne8 MKLIOIIIST MKLIOIIISTNEW MELJOIUS MsLtoalsrNaw
NEW YonK July Jul 28 26A 28A 2f 2fA
A Journeyman JoarIn Plumbers Iamb Discovery Dleoyl of t th thRoot thRoct thRoot
Root of All Al EvIl EtllTo EI EvIlTo
To THI EDITOR EnTOR or TRR Tl Tn Sun SUlr SUNSir Sir A journeyman journeymanplumber Joureyman Joureymanrlumber journeymanplumber
plumber rlumber U years ef old would lIke Ile to be able bl to writ writlike wrle wrlelke writelIke
like lke A Plumbers Helper whoso letter 1ler appears appearsIn plra plraIn
In todays SCN Sel and d upon upn which you so 1 wlitly wlitlycomment wtclycomment eY eYcmmenl
comment cmmenl editorially edloraI Were I thus Ihu able ble the sub subJect subJel subject
Jel Ject upon upn which I would woud write wrle U one that both bothcommon bll boshcommon
common sense aens and ad logic seem to prove prve He Ie at the theroot therl theroot
root rl of most mo If I not all al of the evils evl complained omplalid o of ofa ofso
90 a bitterly bilerly nowadays I mean me the subject of ofsaloon atslon ofsaloon
saloon slon legalization leralzaton for revenue rveue Please Plele n6te n nob le not notthe DO DOIbe notthe
the saloon slon for that tbal Is another aolhu subject aubJet of very ry muchleM much muchlt muchlea
lea lt Importance ImportanceTho Impre ImpreThe
The public pUblc conscience cnleae which wlb permits = 11 year e after afteryear afteryear fer ferrer
year rer the lIcensing Icernr of the iii hundreds hUdr of thousands thousandsof thouada
of saloons aalon that exist ull and ad do their Ielr dreadful draf work workIn worl workIn
I In ever ever quarter quarer of the ts land lad for lr license lcene few fe thus thusmaking tbl thusmaking
making debauchery debucber and ad crime orm a chief cble source IUI fromwhich from fromwhich frm frmwblch
which to derive der Stats SII and ae national natona revenues rVIQuea must mustIndeed munIdeed nunIndeed
Ideed Indeed be seared aered with llb a hot ho Iron IronIt Irn IrnlL ironIt
It lL U a good ao time tml now for the pot pt to stop calling callingthe elnr elnrthe callingthekettic
the thekettic kettle kelte black While Whie WhileNewYork New York Yorl State SItetakeslI000 takestiaOOO takestiaOOOooo tleIISo
ooo 0 a yeAr from frm her peoples peplea degradation derradton and ad eternal eternalruin elemalrin eternalruin
ruin rin and moat mol other States Sltes a largo amount aount U Ilia Iliano i U Uno isno
no wonder wonler that a boll bl breaks brl out ou now and ad then thenupon Ihenupn thenupon
upon upn the body bdy politic politicNCWARKJuly2e pllc pllcNEWAU politicNEWARE
NCWARKJuly2e NEWAU Juy July 26 AJOURNITUAHPlBVBU AJOURNITUAHPlBVBUDrags A JOURBrIAI JOURNITMAIt Pwna PwnaDrua PLtThgi PLtThgiDrugs
Drags and nd Drink RuIning Rulnlnt Southern Soatlem Ne Nar NarFom Nsgress NsgressFron re i iFrom
From the Atlanta Alan4 ConiUutlon ConiUutlonVe COIUUln COIUUlnWe Corna Uutton UuttonWe
We Ve know nothing as A to what the forthcoming forthcomlnrGovernment forbcmlnr forbcmlnrClemmen forthcomingCiovcrnment
Government Clemmen report repr wilt 11 say on the prevalence prevaenc of ofihecoceJn ofccan oftbecocain
ihecoceJn ccan vice and kindred vices vlc among the negroes negroesot nerre
ot the South Suth and the relation relalon of these Ihee vices vlce to the thoserious tbeserous theserious
serious serous labor lbr problem prblem confronting cnfrnlnr this thi section sectionbut allonbUI sectionbut
but we do know Inow as a t every elel Southerner Sulherne who bo cornea corneaIn cme comasin
In employment contact with the
onlacl negro know knowjthat knowathaI knowthat
that drugs drr and drink drnk are fast fat working worllnr the undoing undoingof
of many ot the race and making the Ih so a called cle negro negroproblem neir negroproblem
problem prblem not only a I labor labr problem prblem buta criminal criminalproblem crmina crimInalproblem
problem problemIt prhlem i iII
It requires requlre no sociologist adolorls to note the very Iel apparent apparentofTtets apprenl apprenlelect apparenteffects
effects elect of cocaln caln seining and men me whisky whlly on onaurprlarllare 4 4surprisingly asurprisingly
surprisingly aurprlarllare large per r cent of the negro population populationThe pulation pulationThe I
Te The housewife bousewle even In her problem prblem ot Ipulalon keeping klplr a afairly I
fairly capable senant Ae1anl longer than lbl the arrival mva of otthe ofthe oftheism
the the theism first Irl payday is I frequently frequenly confronted cnrrl with withthe wih wIththe
the Ih dire work of the drug dre vice 1c on female femae members membersof membr niembeof I
of the race rae and Id the employer emplo rr of labor labr of all alll kinds kindsIs
Is constantly Cnly on the lookout lokou for dope Bends
Wble Vhlle this Ihl condition condllon Is I more mor prevalent prevaen lendL among monr
town negroes lerr It ts L spreading aprealnr to the country countrynegroes ounlr oounirynegroes
neere negroes and ad It I accounts acount somewhat aomewal for the th growing rrwlr
tndency tendency of the negro nelr to desert dert his bl hi rural rrl cabin Cbi tad ae
10ck Dock to the slunu aum of Southern Sulhr cities citiesThe cIte cItiesThe
The moral morleadel leadeiji leadcmu of the negro necr race rae In I tho South Souththe SUlh
the colored clored preachers preaher teachers ther and ad right trbl thinking thinkingcolored
clored colored people peple generallyrecogntse eneralyrecnlso the t danger darer
from frm this IhL source IUr and ad are especially epdly exerting eerr thorn thorniclve Ie thwielues
aelve iclve to combat the evil evilanl evi eviIal eviltan
Ial tan anl Joness JOle Standard for the Navy NaY Officer OfficerFrom Omee OiflerFrom i iFr i
From Fr Hit t Nary NaT Lau Lal Journal Jouml JoumlIn ournsJ
In a letter which he wrote to
leler wrle Joseph Joeph Hews Hewoschairman Ue Uecblrn Hewschairman
cblrn chairman of the Marino Mare Committee Cmmllee of tbe Cent Cnll Centneetni
nental Congress Conarcs on Sept l U 1775 17 Paul Jones Jone brtely brtelyset bte
set forth rorl what an A officer commanding omman lne a United Unlll
States naval nava vessel vee should boule be In character charate menu menuattainments ml1 mentaIltainmeats
attainments and ad deportment deprlment Upon Upn his hi tomb tombihould mb
ahoull ihould be Inscribed Incrbed Ibo paragraph paalraph from fm this letter
tbt leler
that ha epitomizes eplmlzelbe lbs requirements rquIrement of the service servicewhich aerlce
which be adorned and that lb
aored ae should ahoule stimulate IlmUt every everymidshipman
midshipman 11hIPma to adopt his bl standard alncr tie ever said
H Il Is by byno no means mC enough that hal an a officer omcr of ld the Ib
navy hay should be a capable mariner Ht H
naV ahoule manr must be
that of course nur but blt also al a great r deal mori more mUt He e
ee mor
ahoud ihould be as A well wel wella a gentleman rentema of liberal Ibr education educationnicest eucu eucurnne
rnne retard manen manners punctlou punctilIous oun courtos anci to e
nlC nicest sense aeae of personal perna honor honorIXITM bonorIAye honorIMS
IXITM IAye of the OCCAM OCCAMNow 0 0Now 0C55Now
Now Uncle Sam Sm so 1 kindly kindlyWould klc kindi kindiWould
Would bring br about bot a match matchAnd mtehAne matchAnd
And Ane those tbol who know kow th Il parties partiesDeclare partiesDecla
Declare Decla them them both p
Dlr tem boU a catch catchThey Ct catchThey
They Te long have hav lived lvd a u neighbor lelrbbr
Without Wlhol a word wore to say er
The Te peaceful chap Pacific PacificAnd Plo Plond Paciflond
And nd Miss 1 Atlantic Allatl gay gayVet eyet gayYrt
Vet et will wU their love 10 run smoothlyt
It I hardly teems aema discreet dlcen
To make a breach breA between etwee them
Before Deore they the ever meet meetUcLAjrD meet
UcLAjrD cLucn CMMWll WII WIII OK
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ATTACKS r1 I A ABuilding < I I1EGIS14iiiiii I1EGIS14iiiiiifliitidlnilaosn lSIIr I i ioll
fliitidlnilaosn Building oll Un Koan o n Ueltwlc Urlllt UMrn IItrn to I un 11 tin fn fna tint tintraged < inu inur
r raged a ceil IlilUdelulilan IlilUdelulilanNAddliwn 1lllllrlllllOl 1lllllrlllllOlAddiID PiiliatielpluianAdcIison
NAddliwn AddiID 0 lurk of Ililliidolphli lhlucolphl 1iuiIllthiiIihon inlk nlpd nlpdn J Jon
on n Dealing D Jnl With it 1 HOM 10 lion ltl Iccll itIiIitti < l < lim III IIIlatur itliiS itliiSlaltire < > iiv iivlaturont
laturont latur laltire at the tl concludlnn concludhlC homlon rllnl of I hn hnUnlto I IUnited
United Unlto Htnton Sttes league of ConH COU Cctoprai pI > riitlvn I I I Is niil aiulI3ulhdlng niilBuilding I
Building Dulding Ix 101 Ioan > ati AwtoelatlonH Aloclntln at tint 111 tit MurrnyHill Murrny
Hill 11 Hotel reNtortlny reNtortlnyLoan ye yestordaLoan torda tordaLan
Loan Lan association a8citon men ho said < vcri vcriunablo ceyunable cn cnUlhie >
unable Ulhie to to t obtain a hearing hrln from coinmlttcpi coinmlttcpiof COlllnl1 COlllnl1ot
of both bth hotiHOtt bu8 of tho PonnHylvanlii lonnHJnnllllh lonnHJnnllllhItur IU IUbtture IigUlattire
btture Itur at harrisburg Hlrrlburg last lalt wlniir wlllr until untilthey Illi ninththey
they tley appealed apple to t Israel I rnol W V Durham Hie Hiereoojnied tlt tltrecognized he hereinle
reinle recognized boss b of Ihilndclphlii lhlaelellla nn nld anti l ruler rulerwith nll tilerwith r rwith
with Senator Sntr 1enrose lenrlB of thn Ito I Icglastttr KlHlntiirc of ofPennsylvania orPenlyhnnl ofPonnaylvanta
Pennsylvania Penlyhnnl Then Mr Burl Kill 1110 t ie iegot 1f1 1f1ot icy icygot
got ot a fair hearing hClrln arid wore wor nMccif fICCHifll fICCHifllNo fui fuiNo
No mono mor oontomptlble cntempthle body hud of ruIleg ruIleglegislators nllpRivi nllpRivii Ilp M Mleglotor
i continued n > asniIicd asniIicdthan i ithan
legislators he 011 over 1111
than leglotor the Pennsylvania Penyl ni Ixglslntim Ijliiall nf f fOne Kurt KurtOne H HOne l
thn One or two members memhol dcclhiR doclnml < l to te toy inyordersbut 1M 1Morer toyorderebut
ordersbut but the Legislature Llllaturo UH Il n whole vn 11 witso vnno
no orer thoroughly thorughly bow bOA ridden that tlm tl lii mem membars mpmhr Intn1bets
bars 1 did not know how to vote unless ulls tiwy tiwyhad tlOY tlOYhad iuyhad
hr had received reive explicit explcit order orcorl arid alt wore wnresometimes woresometimes Irl IrlImetme
sometimes Imetme required Nulrd to t reverse roerto their onion onionFred cvionin ln lnIn
In mos moat humUltng humiliating tRAllon tRAllonF fashIon fashIonFted
Fred Cyrus Cyr Leubuscher LubUher prenldint of ofthe nrthe rifthe
the F Metropolitan League Lgue gpoke lkl on Ul oh ohTariff Tlio TlioTariff Thl
Tariff Merplan Tax on Homes Home He To ndvoouiivl ndvoouiivlabolition nd atlvocatoiabolition II1 II1abltion
abolition Tart abltion of all al duties dute on building buldin material materialand 1lrrL11 1lrrL11and lmiaterLland
and Introduced Intrduc a resolution rCluton askhiK alldln tint tintCongress tlat tlatCnl at atCongress
Congress be petitioned to that effrvt cf cfrluton T I p presalutioa > i iresoTutloa
Cnl pttone
resoTutloa wasToferred was rferred to u I spwiul c cmlttee ni nimlttee 1 1mte
mlttee rluton mte which will wi report rprt at lt tho nuxt IU rm rmventlon I c I Iventln ii iiventIon
ventlon ventlonOfficers ventIonomcers
ventln ventlnOfcr Officers were elected elect as a follows folow Vn Vndent 1 > + +
dent Ofcr F D wer KInsbury CarnliiR Cmlll N Y Yfirst Yfnt Vfirst
first vicepresident vicprlident Charles Charlls 1 Hcjiiicv HcjiiicvGrand PttlvGrand JIIU JIIUOrnd
Ornd Grand fnt Island Neb second RNnd viconrfuWont viconrfuWontlorsvllle vicortrsitiitJ 1
J N C Shumway Tayboravillu lorsvllle Ill tlilnl tlilnlvloepre thlriviprcsident
vloepre viprcsident ident W V G WeekH Now liens lifiiaLa liensLa
La treasurer Joseph K Gamble Iliilailoi Iliilailoiphla Phliciioiphia
phla Pa secretary H F Cellarlin Cin Cincinnati In Incinnati ¬
cinnati Ohio assistant secretary Jay W WSutton V VButton
Button Sault Ste Marie Mich MichZ1OMSTS MichZIONISTS
ZIONISTS CKLEmtATI CKLEmtATIAnniversary ii iiAnniversary
Anniversary of l lr > r llcrls ncalli With WithParade ttllhPrade
Parade Meetings and lieu 1lrr 1lrrThe tim timThe
The American Federation of Xionists Xionistscelebrated ionIt ionItcelebrated
celebrated the opening of the tflonitt Con Congress on ongross ¬
gross at Basle and the first anniversary of ofthe if ifthe
the death of Dr Theodore Herzl founder founderof
of the movement all over the East Side Sidelast Sidelast
last nightServices night nightServices
Services were held In every synagogue synagogueand synagogueand
and Jewish school The streets were bright brightwith brightwith
with red fire and astir with the parading jaradingof paradingof
of all the Zionist clubs in Now York mid midBrooklyn irii iriiBrooklyn
Brooklyn BrooklynAbout BrooklynAbout
About 200 reserves under command of ofInspector ofInspector
Inspector Hogan and Acting Captain CaptainNortbrup CaptuintNorthrup
Nortbrup were out to preserve order orderTbe orderThe
The parade formed at Terrace Lyceum
200 East Broadway About a thousand thousandZionists tltouandZionists
Zionists headed by the Zion Guard unto wursin untoin
in line The American flag and the na national ruttional ¬
tional flag of Zion blue and white with Site tlmZionists SiteZionists
Zionists fivepointed star were borno In Inthe Inthe
the van The parnders marched through throughstreets tlmougistreets
streets packed with applauding Hebrews Hebrewswho iIetrewswho
who burned red fire and Roman candle candleThe candleThe
The line of march was Hart Broadwny Broadwnyto
to Market to Madison to Jackson toJUv toJUvIngton teUlivington
Ington to Cannon to Broomo to Eldndge Eldndgeto
to Rivington to Pitt to East Broadway Broadwayand
and Terrace Lyceum LyceumAfter Lyceum LyceumAfter
After the parade meetings were hold holdand lildat
at Terrace Lyceum Rutgers Square Putt Puttand
and East BroadwaL Broadway and 07 East Broad Broadway
way at which Dr Radln Adolf Nathansot NathansotI
L I Frachtenburg M Guttman and other otherprominent otherprominent
prominent Zionists lauded their dead leader leaderand leaderand
and prophesied success for the movement movementLARGER movementLARGER
LARGER BARGE CAXAL LOCKS LOCKSCanal LOCKSCanal
Canal Board Decides That They Shall He He4K
4K Feet Wide and 12 Feet Deep DeepALDANT DeepALnAtr
ALDANT July 27 27The The State Canal Board Boardtoday Boardtoday
today decided that the looks of the barge bargecanal bargeosnal
canal system shall be 45 feet in width and
17 feet deep The original plans provided providedfor
for locks 28 feet in width The new locks lockswill lockewill
will permit of the passage of barges which whichnow whicitnow
now reach the seaboard through the Cana Canadian Canadiazi ¬
dian canal system The board was divided dividedon
on the proposition Interests in Buffalo Buffaloopposed Buffaloopposed
opposed it and asked for a postponement postponementof
of a final determination until September SeptemberThe
The majority of the board however be believed beIleved ¬
lieved that the matter had boon considered consideredufllclently considered consideredsufficiently
sufficiently and decided to dispose of it ittoday Ittoday
today lbs vote was 0 for and 1 against againstthe againstthe
the change State Treasurer Yallenmeier Yallenmeiervoting VaUenmeiervoting
voting in the negative The chance of ofplans ofplans
plans was recommended by the State Board Boardof IJoardof
of Advisory Engineers and was indorsed indorsedby
by the Barge Canal Association of Gratler GratlerNew GrvaturNew
New York YorkTho Yorkrho
Tho opposition of Buffalo to the chan chanU clianis
U due It is sold to the position of the ho grain graininterests graininterests
interests of that city If lake steamers steamerscould steitnienecould
could reach the port of NewYork through t hn hocanal hncanal
canal and Hudson River the grain elevator elevatorInterests elevatorinterests
Interests of Buffalo would lose considerable considerablebusiness considerablebusiness
business Buffalo has always opposed opposed a acanal acanal
canal improvement which would make the therehandllng therehandling
rehandllng of grain at that port unneces unnecessary ¬
sary The original plan would have made madocertain madecertain
certain that no lake boats of ordinary ordinarycapacity onulniarycapacity
capacity could navigate the barge canal canalMAY canaliI4YEEOEXTILElIOIi7IO
MAY IIEGEXTILEMORXIOX CLASH CLASHDltter L4511Bitter
Bitter Fight Over the Llntah Indian ilanrti ilanrtiThat 1andl 1andlThat
That Are to lie Opened to Settlement MettlencntWAsnIraToN SettlementWASHINQTON
WASHINQTON July 27 27By By the Presidents Presidentsproclamation Presidentsproclamation
proclamation opening to settlement the theUlntah theUintah
Ulntah Indian Reservation comprising comprisingover
over a million acres in the State of Utah ttnhthe Utahthe
the Gentile and Mormon question In that thatState thatState
State has been brought to an acute stage stageThe stageThe
The Gentiles Insist that the Mormons are nrstrying aretrying
trying to discourage homesteaders from fromother fromother
other States from registering for the draw drawing drawlag
lag that is to occur next month with the thoIntention theintention
Intention of giving the Mormons rrvidini inUtah in inUtah
Utah Wyoming and Idaho the advantage advantagetiles adstniaeoSo
So bitter has the fight become that Con Contiles
tiles are pouring petitions in upon iiio iiioPresident lio lioPresident
President demanding the removal of V A ARichards ARichards
Richards Commissioner of tho General LamOffice Lam 1antlOffice
Office Mr Richards who left today for forUtah forUtah
Utah to give his personal attention to lie lieregistration lieregistratIon
registration which will begin on AUK 1 1believed IbeJieved
believed that the lands in the reservation reservationare
are not so valuable as might bo roprewnuil roprewnuiland
and to prevent a rush and coiwoqupnt dis disappointment lt ltsppointment ¬
appointment ho issued an official Matninent Matninentpointing tlainmnentpointing
pointing ottt the arid condition of tho tIm coun country country ¬
try This was construed by certain len lentiles en entiles ¬
tiles an officially aiding theMormon the Mormons and andMr andlir
Mr Ricbardss official head is demanded demandedThe lelnancle i iThe
The registration for tho drawing will he hein > v vrnal
in Aug 1 at FIovo Vernal > rnal nnd 1nre 1nreat
hree palate in Uta and at Grnml rttut Jiuiiti Jttiirt Jttiirta in inn
n Colorado It is feared that them mav mavi ma 5 5I >
I i GentileMormon clash nnd tlHrulms Utn Utnlit i5CIialk
alk lit of asking far Federal troops troops2vor troopNOT
NOT A 4 CENT ran Tin cxn cxnfortune 7 ill illPortune
fortune of Russian Print Will Stay iiY In InTlilt ittTills
Tills Country CountryPOTTSVHAB Counir CounirPOTTSVULE
POTTSVHAB Pa July 27 27Tue The Oar of ofLussla ofuaeia
Lussla has met with defeat in lit riVr c re reio
io 3 get possession of the estate of t bet bettoesph
oeeph Alexis Lonarklewicz n llwsian llwsianrleet 111oiltflwieet
rleet who died In this county leaving prof profrty n ntrty
rty worth 75000 Register Horli i < i iipproved lav lavpprovedof
ipproved pprovedof of the action of James 1 i if I Iif
if f Philadelphia administrator of tin1 the nf nfrho ItOwho
who ignores the Czar CzarAfter CramAfter
After paying nil the debts ntvlai1 no I a adie is ishe
he estate Administrator Fltzi un unorto I I Iorta < <
orto a balance balance of J7537057 whi s 1 1qually iS iSiquallT
qually divided between the Jr Jrhe f fhe
he deceased prio priest t and Archhl1 Archhl1tyan I 3 3tyan
tyan of Philadelphia At Slit ii iileath i ieath
leath of the Kev Mr LoimrMi WI vi the theirother t trother
irother of the deceased nttciipii il ri riover
over the entire estate huttlirrc litit titer won1 won1tin u rt rtiain
tin debts hold by the Church Churchave uvi > t tiave >
ave been beenproven proven BO nn amioniloii amioniloiiaent
aent was effected effectedAdministrator effectedAdministrator
Administrator Fitzpatrirk N t n nelphU i I Ileiphia
elphU attorney and was thort1 rl rlntatlve rttentative
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iomo mo years in Company A of ofIiegimectt
sglment has boon elected cm cmucoeed iii iiinucceed
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