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Mr MrFozcster lrf orester Q ester PINCHOT is s an honest honestkttd honesti honestaMellent
i kttd dteUent Agcellent gentleman of elevated elevat l as aspirarlon asplra1t aapiracii
pirarlon unimpeachable sincerity and andfonurning andnuming andonurnng
< fonurning energy Ho has committed committedthe
4 the error of assuming ac umlng that he had in inherited inkArit ¬
1 herited Jik kArit rited d from Mr ROOSEVELT the privi privilege privlt ¬
c t lege 1eof of disregarding tho statutes of ofbis orb ofbL
bis b country at convenience conveni noe and it has hasHot hast hast
t Hot t occurred t un ect to him that it werebetter werebetterthat were better betterthat
that Ills b zeal were tempered with dis discretion dlscretioti diserettoci ¬
cretion His example though painful painfulwill painfulsill
will Ill b b le useful and it will always be boadmitted bedrri1ted be4rned
admitted that his lawlessness wasin wasinipiredby w wti in inpiredby Inpireby
ipiredby no base or selfish motive but butby butt butkr
t by iii tho simple d desiro i to carry out a apolicy a1ioY apolicyf
policy < 1ioY which however excellent in the theabstract theb thebat
abstract b tiact t had iu foundation in motives motivesby motivestr i
by JKb sii means creditable Mr TAITS TAITStettelgfto TAFrSIftt TArrslettmo
tettelgfto Iftt lettmo Jo Mr Ir BALLTXGEB Is I admirable admirableaadwill admirabler
r aadwill od d will be a desirable intimation to toJlr to1tOOSMFLT8 tofr
Jlr fr HooShVELTB surviving acolytes acolytesthat aoolyteslat acolytesthatz
that th they y will ono and all have to toreckon tof
2 reckon f with the law us It is written writtenSecretary writtenSecretary writtenseCretary
Secretary Balllngcr Sustained SustainedFoPmoet SutalnedF
FoPmoet F Cm most 6t peoplo peoplothe the BallingerPin BallingerPinohot BalllngerPinohottontrovetlly
ohot ohottontrovetlly controversy was hopelessly mud muddled mudf mudcited ¬
f cited tedwhen when one GLAVIS chief of the field fielddivision fieldi I
f division i of the General Land Ld Office Ofc laid laidbefore lad ladb laidbefre
before b r Mr TAFT TAF a mass mn of documentary documentaryevidence doentA documentaryvid4nce
evidence dc designed deiged to implicate implce Secre Secretary Ser Secretr72AUJGER ¬
fgALNoE tr72AUJGER tary BALLINOEB in an a Alaskan AlLka cool coa land landficandal lad laddaJ landsaxdal
ficandal ficandalThe saxdalThe daJ daJr
r The Te main man issue isue between btwen the Secretary Secretaryand Seretar
and ad the te Chief Cler Forester Foreter related to tomethods tometo tomethcds
methods meto of conserving cMmng the natural nalua re resourc reof reof
sourc of the country countr and both bth Mr Mrand 1r 1rE MrsLwOT
sLwOT and ad Mr Ir BALUNORII BL oRn the Chief Chieffor Chiefer Chiefrer
E rer for er a loose lo IO s constructionist contrtonlat and the thea therl theotry
rl otry a strict atct constructionist contcionit re refraied4rom re refraMe4rom
fraied4rom t rrprniUe personalities during durg their theirIbontroVersy teir teirbnt theirbonttox
IbontroVersy bnt bonttox which whch4 waa aa conducted conduced on a ahi ahh ahigh
hi hh high jh plane Pe 1en Mr PINcHer PINCHO was w for carry cjurylscout a
4 lscout lt4out the te Roosevelt Rovelt policy plc of fore forelight for forf foreght
f iglt light ght by hwtrawinl withdrawing public publolds lands from fromentry fromI
I entry ttryw1tbout Uwthut without scrupulous srplou regard rga to what whatje Wht Whtte whatthe
je te the law 1w in Iritho tho theJremL premise was wa Mr r BAL BALLivojtB HAL HzLTN
LivojtB wocnt LTN ZR contended mde that in the long run run6re rn rnoreV1 runor
6re oreV1 or evils would woud flow fow from fr slighting slightingthe elhhtnq elhhtnqh81a 1ihfncthe
the h81a law however high minded minde the pur purposem purpo8e
posem po8e fn view v ci w than from obeying obyng its itsjsiaadates itae itsndates
jsiaadates ndates e and ad giving it a strict strct construe construct6n cnstre construei
t6n t6n i n at atlhe the same Me time tme the Secretary Scrtar sub submi subit1tdthat ub
mi it1tdthat i ted that he was as a good goo a friend of ofconservation ofdaton ofofls
conservation ofls daton rvatIoit aa I Mr r PINCHOT PnwnO WAS WASNow wa wasI
I If I < Now N w it iimut must be 0 understood undertod that tht the theChief thehief theChief
Chief Forester Forer has never publicly publcya publcyarthelntrit as aspereed asDersed
pereed rthelntrit the integrity of Mr BALLIXOEB BALLIXOEBJBetween BAIINOERtwen BArLtxonBetween
JBetween Between twen them it was a question queton of ofWhose orhQenethoi ofhose
Whose hQenethoi hose methods were right round and andsalutary ad ad5l andluy
salutary 5l t How Howthendid then did the challenge challengeof chRllengeLL
of MBALUNGEBS LL GEn integrity come cme toe tobeinjected tob toeinj
t injected inj inj cted fnto ito to the controversy contrery What WhatHcth Whatdtdtbe
I < Hcth i t disposition priti n of the Cunningham Cunninghamentry1 Cunninghamfntugn Cunninghamcnt4
entry1 fntugn cnt4 ujon coal cRllndi lands in I Alaska Ala kl have have to todo t
1 do doththe doirlththenistter with the matter ttter Obviously theOlavis theOlavischarges the Oavis Oavisf Olavis OlavischArge4
f charges d1 were 1 a flankattack nnna tlck on the ther Sec Secretaryto SecretaryAo
r retaryto rtrt force for him out of office ofce They Theyinn The TheJ Theyerej
inn erej J in fiubstanre lubtane that tht Mr BALLINOER BALLINOERafter BALLI BALLnoERaftMr ORR ORRr
r after a r l leaving ing the General Land mr Office Offlceaad Ofce Ofceadbtoreacceptia Officeand
and adbtoreacceptia before accepting a seat seatin etlnMr in Mr TA TAFrS TAFrSI ITS ITSCabinet rrsCabinet
I Cabinet Cab t had hd acted acle as attorney attrey for the theCunningham theCn theCininghtm
Cunningham Cn m claimant laint and that thlt cer certaiSfoflKASecrttarjra cr crta cerassistants
taiSfoflKASecrttarjra ta rt r a assistants asitt aa aaweMjB B asweLaAMr
tar
weMjB WeY weLaAMr airi BALUNOER BALSO R himself hi lr had hadtAk hadi hadta3n
i tJn tAk ta3n aatfpfl a et p here er we quote q tiota o from frm Mr MrTACTS MrAnS MrThs
TACTS leter letter terminating tenlltng the contro controversy cntr controerey ¬
overs versy erey to aid the th Cunningham Cnningha claim claimant clam clamat claimants ¬
to claims that thatyou thatJYC thatI
ant at secure secre patents ptents on cams
JYC I you knew or had reason reasonto to believe bleve to totbe tofraudulent
4 tbe M fraudulent and unlawful unlawfulIf unlawrulther
If there ther had been ben any ay foundation foundaton in in4the ine Intl
4the tl e evidence evidenc gathered gathere by b GLAVIS GLvS and andcalled ad adCU andcalIed
called CU d for by the President Pre ldent to sustain nustainvthee fUtain fUtainthe sustainthese
vthee the these grave gave charges there ther would have havebeen havepo
t been po alternative but to dismiss dimis Sec Secretary So Seej ¬
j retary t BALLINQEB BA1INOEf from office ofc But Buttafter Bute ButhJte
tafter hJte e laboriously labriou81y going over the case caseaa Cn caneI
t 1 aa presented preunted by GLAVIS GLVslr Mr TAn found foundItto roud roudio foundr
r Itto io consist conait of only on1 shreds shred of suspicion suspicionwithout suspicionwithout
1 without any ay substantial lubfatal evidence to tosustain tost toustain
sustain st his hl attack attck It was true tre that Mr MrBklxnrdEB Mrf MrLLflcQER
f BklxnrdEB LLflcQER QEB had examined exaie the Cunning CunnlngJham Cnlng Cnlngt Cunninghki
t Jham claim cla after artr leaving leavig the th General GeneralLand Gnra
i Land dOmce Office but blt he advised advisd his hi clients clientsthat cHent clientsthai
r t that a recent recnt legislation legilaton had probably probablyinvalidated probablyr3datd probablylnvalidated
r3datd invalidated it then he hl had withdrawn withdrawnfrom ithdawn ithdawnifItl
ifItl from the case a charging chaging a small mal fee re for forhis forh forh
his h h travelling travelng expenses expnA and ad opinion opinionAfl opinionA
Afl A to the alleged alege activity actvity of Assistant AssistantSecretary Alllstt AlllsttBct AssistantSecretary
Secretary Bct PIERCE PERC and ad other subordi subordinktos subordittOs ubrdl ubrdlIio
nktos Iio of Mr BALLINOER BALINGER in the interests interestsof InterCts
of the Cunningham Cningha claimants after the theSecretary theSecretary
k Secretary etn had punctiliously punclouely held him himMlf bi himsit
sit H aloof aot alo t from rrl any a connection cnnecion with wth the thec th
c ea aim aaaoicrottheGovrnmentthe aaaoicrottheGovrnmenttheeidet as saanottcerottheGovernmentthe saanottcerottheGovernmenttheY an ortlcer ot t he Government the thePresident
Y President eidet has concluded cnclude that there thre was waspot wa wastot
pot tot a vestige of evidence evidenc to t support suppr the thecontention thel
l contention ntenton of GLAVIB GLI8 Exit Ext then the theoverteolous thetov theoyetzelous
tov overteolous eaou chief chef of the field fel < division divisionpf diviion diviionpHhe
I pHhe pf the General Gnera Land Ld Office Officer Omc
f rlhlUr But utMr Mr TAPT had another to
ha anth r duty t per pr prft pertorm ¬
form ft r than to authorize autorize the dismissal of ofGLAVIB orO ofItdevolved
GLAVIB O VS Itdevolved Idevolve upon upn him hi to t pass passipon PI passS51p0
lpn S51p0 ipon the main mai issue ia ue in the controversy controversyof cntroveryOf
of which whch the attack attk upon upn Mr BAL BALILINOKRB BAt BAtt
I fNons ILINOKRB integrity integty was W8 an Incident IncidentWas Incidentthe incidentWu
Was the Secretary Setar of the Interior aa aaood Ma astoed
toed ood a friend of the conservation cnsenaton of the thenational thehatnal theInatlonal
national hatnal resources reourc as 81 himself hmsJ > ty I may maybt maybs
bt f > raoaembered ttembrthat that Forester Forter PINCHOT PINCHOTiuanore PKOa Piscitorkase1Qre pay I
iuanore Qr ttin th once onc acclaimed acale Mr rT Tar An J JI
I > > >
as Jut just aa 0 good So a champion cpin of the t na national n natLonal ¬
tional tWI reeouroM aa Mr ROOSKVKLT Rzv and andhiaaelf andhia31eZ
hiaaelf k We w think that the people oJ oJthe ofthe
t t t pl o
the United States can take Mr TATTS TATTSword Tsor Tmsword
te Unt St c te M
word or for ro it when whe he declares dea that tt then Ither athereare thenare
are now b withheld 1tJ from fr settlement settlementauaftthf eUeet settlementawathip
auaftthf Cwim the h action ac of 0 Congress CoJ CO I pet petcent pr prcnt percent
cent more morewater water power sites than under underprevious underprevious
cnt mr wa pwe st t Uer Uerprvou
previous prvou withdrawals wthW and d that tht this t baa baabeen b hasbeen
been bn effected efe by a wtdrwal withdrawal from fromsettlement fm fmatteet fromsettlement
settlement atteet of only Oy onefifth on of the theamount te teaout theamount
amount aout of land lad The e italics Itic are a ours oursAnd our oursAnd
And the people will bollovo Mr Tin Tinwhen TAnwhe Tmwhen
pple w blco
when whe he reports rpr that thti in the last lt with withdrawal wit withdrawal ¬
drawal drwa by b the te Roosevelt Jelt administra administration ai ¬
tion ton a great gt deal del of kind I suitable autble for forsettlement forstteet forsettlement
settlement stteet and a without Ithoutaur water power per was wasincluded w wasincluded
included iclude the action aon being bg taken ten arbi arbitrarily arbitray arbitrarily ¬
trarily tray and a wtout without color olo of law lw How HowSecretary HowSt HowSecretary
Secretary St BAixiNOEns BOES administration administrationhas altraton altratonba
has ba been b lied le about aut by the Chief Cer Force Foresters Fore Forcetars ¬
tars tr reckless rke partisans pr the President Presidentshows Pidet Pidetshows Presidentshows
shows vigorously vigruy in his h letter letterMr letr letr11r letterMr
Mr Hill DI aad ald Wheat WheatMr Wet WetAI
Mr AI JAMES JAlB J HILL HI who Sa I a moot mOlt re respectable re repcable reapectable ¬
spectable pcable authority athorit on economfcaespe economfcaespeoilly emp economics espe especially
oilly when the th data dat are a drawn daw from frm his hisown h how hisown
own ow particular pacla field feld of observation observationcalls obraton obratoncall
calls call attention attenton to t our disappearing dlpg ex export expr export ¬
port pr of wheat what andlintimatea adlitatM Tory clearly clearlythat clelytbat clearlythat
that we shall shal at no D distant distt period po en engage engae engage ¬
gage gae largely lagely in trieimportation the imprton of that thatstaple tht thtetpl thatstaple
staple stapleThere etpl stapleThere
There Ter is i at least lest one element of en encouragement encuagnt encouragement ¬
couragement cuagnt in i the te prospect prsp and ad much muchshould muchahouldit muchshouldit
should it comfort cmo and ad sustain sut the te present presentGovernor p presentGovernor nt ntGoveror
Governor Goveror of this t State Stt and ad that tat is that thatwhen thatWhen thatwhen
when we w commence oano oon6ianoe to t import ipr wheat wheatthere wbat wbatther wheatthere
there ther may my be b something somehig for our barge bargecanal bag bargecanal
canal ca to do It may my carry c the th < grain grainwestward C grainwestward
westward wetw Governor Govror HUGHES HODS should shouldrejoice ehold eholdrejoic shouldrejoice
rejoice rejoic even in i this th most indifferent idUrert and andprecarious a andprecarious
precarious prou possibility plblty The T barge bag8 canal canalwas cal calwa canalwas
was wa undertaken uderen to t afford dor cheap trans transportation t tprUo transportatlon ¬
portation prUo to grain gra seeking seeldnr an a outlet in inforeign i inforeign
foreign forig markets mke Beyond Byond this t there ther was wasno WB WBno wasno
no sustaining sUt plea pla in i ifa it support sppr Long Longsince Ln Lnsinc Longsince
since the prospeCtOf an export market marketfor
sinc te prospect prspof vof a upr make
for cereals cral from frm tile U e port pr of New York Yorkbecame Yorkbae Yorkbecame
became bae attenuated atenuat almost ao to the van vanishing va vafrng vanishng ¬
ishing frng point pint We do not suppose eupp that thatanybody thatayby thatanybody
anybody ayby in the State Stt of New York Yorkunderstands Yorkundertd ork orkunderstands
understands undertd any better b than tha Governor GovernorH Gvror GvrorHuaRR GovernorHuouns
H HuaRR Huouns ca HE s what Wht is i the te real r nature nture of the thebarge te tebarge thebarge
barge canal caal considered cnidr aa B an a economic economicproject enomo enomoprojec economicproject
project projec Therefore Trfore anything aig tending tendingto tnding tndingto
to shod she a doubt upon upn its it utter utr inutility inutilityshould inutUty inutUtysbould inutWtyshould
should gratify gaty him himIt h himIt
It I is i true tre that tht the te Governors Goverors aid and andencouragement andencuageent andencouragement
encouragement encuageent of this thi enterprise et has h a apowerful apwerfu apowerful
powerful pwerfu backing bak in i the indifference ideec of ofthe oftbe ofthe
the people They taxpayers and all allare allare
pple Tey tpyer a aare
are supremely content cntnt to t see their the mill millions rl millions ¬
ions pouring pu into ito this thi worse WOr than t futile futileproject futle futleprjet futileproject
project With an a easy e faculty fat of ac acceptance a acptce acceptance ¬
ceptance cptce they the speak sp of it aa an a invest investment ivet ivetment investmerIt ¬
ment of 101000000 10100 of their thei money It Itwill Itwi Itwill
will wi certainly crly cost ct them the noteless 101 l than tbanrOO than25O000000
250000000 Its construction is i aided aidedand aidedand
rOO t cMUcn ade adead
and ad abetted abtt by all claaaea cJ even ee by the therailroads te teraid therailroads
railroads raid Why Wy said d a late lt prldent prldentor president presidentof
of the New Ne York Central nt railway ray why whyshould whyshould whyshould
should my road ropp roadoppoeo oppose the tCntcUn tCntcUnof construction constructionof
of the barge b canal ca We shall al carry c
10000000 000 worth worh of freight frigt to t aid hi i its itscornpletlon it itcomplet itscomplethn
cornpletlon cornpletlonNot complet n nNot
Not a railroad ra in i New Ne York nor in inany inany inany
any arf Itl acIioinin ioininq lninl State ha h lifted lft a finger fingeru fger ftnerLI
u 1 protect prtt It were we better b for some somethat 8me 8methat somethat
that had for they will their theirfull theirfull
they h fo t wf pay py 1 1ful
full ful share shae of this thl moat m < deplorable delrbl ad adventure a aventure adventure ¬
venture We have too t high hlh an a appre apprehension app apprehenslon ¬
hension of Governor Gveor HcaHEfls HUOHES sagacity sagacityand laoit I Iand
and are too t well acquainted acquntC with wth his hisquality hi hisquality
quality qulty as a a politician pltci to t deem dem that thatthere tht thtthere thatthere
there is i a solitary tltr feature fetur of the barge bargecanal bre brecal bargecanal
canal project to t which he ascribes u asctibeeany asctibeeanyother any anyother anyoter
other oter than tha its it true tre significance significanceLet sl sInMcance sInMcanceLet ifcce ifcceI ifcceLt I
Let Lt the great gt theft thet go g on apace apc The Thepeople Thepple Thepeople
people pple of New York do not care cre a damn damnDeautles dm dmDeaute damnBeauties
Beauties of the Referendum ReferendumTearfully ReferendumTeauly ftefereuduinTearfully
Deaute
Tearfully Teauly reproving the people pple of the theState theStat theState
State Stat of New Jersey for their thir failure raiur to toapprove toapprve toapprove
approve apprve the proposed prpO amendments aendent to totheir totheir totheir
their Constitution Cnttution submitted lubmitt to them tem at atthe atthe atthe
the polls pll on Tuesday our neighbor neighbr the theTribune theTribune theTribune
Tribune says saysThere B BTbee BarThere
There Tbee U I reason rell to t believe belee that it 11 all the people peopleor ple pleor
or a tutxtantlat ubllanl1 majority mJorlY of them b4 haq h < J roted M the theamendments tbemeodmtntl therneodments
amendments would have be Men en adopted adoptedThe adopte
The Te uncut VoteS t bed be they tbe been cut cut won wovld wovldha olld olldbl Id Idh
h bl ha i been almost unanimously ulaRlmoual for Ibe amend amendmenu amendmentE mendmenU
menu menuWhat menUWat mentEWhat What Wat information Infonaton the Tribune Trune has ha as asto Mto uto
to the uncast unct vote vou we are a not privi privileged privileged privileged ¬
leged to t know The Te assumption that thatit tt ttit
it would have hve been bn almost aiot unani unanimously unai unaimously unanimously ¬
mously for the amendments aedenb is at least leastsufficiently let letUfcenty leastsufficiently
sufficiently Ufcenty broad brad But the wafts Wall of ofthose orthO ofthose
those thO who supported suppre the amendments amendmentshave aencnt
have hTe a delightfully delghtruly familiar fiia sound 8und Al Always AlWaYI Always ¬
ways WaYI with wth referendum referndu there is i a small smallusually lal smallusually
usually Uualy a rjdiculously rdiclouly inadequate inadeut vote votealways voteaway votea1way
always away we are ar informed fnfor with th thf the utmost utmostsolemnity utm utmostsolemnity lt ltsolemity
solemnity solemity that tht the voters voter who did not notgo notg notgo
go g to the polls pll were friends of the losing losingside lOingside losingside
side and ad always it is a wicked wicke ma machine machino maohino ¬
chine that triumphed triumphedTruth triumphe triumphedTruth
Truth Trth to tell tel the referendum rferndu the ini initiative initatve intiative ¬
tiative tatve the recall ral and ad all al the other oter de devices devi devioes ¬
vices vi advertised adverl8 to restore rtor the people peopleto
to power pwer are a humbugs hwbug Representa Representative Rprnt ¬
tive tve government gverent continues ontnue to be the theonly theonly theonly
only practicable praloblo workable rlable form for the thesuccessful thesucceMful thesuccessful
successful expression exprlon and a enforcement enforcementof enrorcmtnt enrorcmtntor
of popular ppla rule ruleV rle rleIn ruleIn
V Hi BMIMKM BMIMKMIn
In the te to Lot t Provinces ProvinceDuring ProvincesDurng ProvincesDuring
During Durng the last lat two months several severalnotable severalnotble severalnotable
notable notble ceremonies crmonie have haT taken tken place placeon plae plaeon
on each side of the FrancoPrussian FrancoPrussianfrontier FrancPrlan FrancPrlanfronter
frontier fronter At Mars Ma la Tor Tour just jut Inside Insidethe IMidethe insidethe
the French Frnc boundary bund a number nubr of Ger Germans Germanl Ocrmans ¬
mans manl both bth those th0 actually aualy in the German Germanarmy Geran Geranary Germanarmy
army ary and veterans vetra of the Franco FrancoPrussian FrancI FrancIPMian FrancePrussian
Prussian PMian war wa have dedicated deict a menu monument menumont ¬
ment to t the te memory memor of German Genn soldiers soldierswho 81dl soldierswho r
who died in the successful Serll attempt Attpt to todrive todrive todrive
drive BAZAINE BAZINB under the walls wal of Motz MotzIn M t
In AlsaceLorraine AloLrn several evera battlefields battlefieldsof battefeld
of this thi same sme war have hve been bn visited vit and andmarked ad admake andmarked
marked make by French Fncb veterans vterl who did didhonor didhonor I Ihonor
honor to t their less le successful sU < fulldler soldiers soldiersOn
On both bth sides side these the ceremonies onie have havebeen he hebn hsebeen
been bn attended attnde with wih all al possible paible evidences evidencesof even6
of courtesy cus and respect rpct Theresult Theresulthowever Te Theresulthowever rault raultho
however ho seems e to hive hve been b far from fromsimulating frm frmstultn fromsamulatfng
simulating stultn any surrender emnderof of 4a reseat rt rtJ resent4a
J
4i 4imeat
meat mt or encouraging anyreocclllUoi anyreocclllUoiof ay rltO
of o the t two tonUn ecou nations On the te contrary contrarytho oib oonrarythe
the to French Fc newspapers nepp hare MT seize seizeupon sie seizedupon
upon upn this t incident idet to t glorify glor the te spirit aplriof spiritof pi
of revancAa JM by employing eplyi various vaIou inci incidenta icl icldent mcdents
dents dent to demonstrate demontt that tt the t theople people PP1o o othese of ofth ofthese
these th provinces prvo are a still sUiUoy Uloyt loyal 1o to France Francewhile Fce Fcewhle nco ncowhile
while whle the te German Gnntwppr newspapers ban banequally hv hveuly baTeequally I
equally euly insistently itnt proclaimed p1e the te fatu fatuity r fatuIty t ¬
ity Iy of permitting prtir such sC ceremonies cMoniein cMonieinsit in insisting ittelating ¬
elating sit that tt they te encourage ecU sedition aedltioiand eton etonad seditionand
and ad interfere interwth Interferowith with the t8 more mor orlefesprob orlefesproblematlcal or orle 1 ttlrob ttlroblematical rb
lematlcal letc process pr of Oermanization Oermanizationof Oeraizaton Oeraizatonor
of the annexed
te ae territory territoryTo ttr
To the outsider outider of course cou the real realelement ral ralelet realelement
element elet of Interest intrt lice Ue In the te question questionof quton qutonor
of whether the th process of Germanlza Germanlzation Ger z
tion ton so confidently condety PI undoc undertaken by byBISMARCK byBlSIURC byBIsMARc
BISMARCK BlSIURC Is I making mig Prgr progress A single singledetail sigle sigledetl singledetail
detail detl from rrm the French Fnc aido of the th con controversy on ontvery controversy ¬
troversy tvery seems a to shed light On the therolls thorll therolls
rolls rll of the French Fnch army ay at a the present presentmoment prntmornt presentmonent
moment mornt are a more mor than th three t thousand thousandofficers tbousd tbousdofor thousandofficers
officers ofor of all al rank ra who ho Wer were bom btin btinthe bqtifl bqtiflthe in inthe
the lost lolt provinces pvinc The Th Geraan Geraanarmy O rrian rrianarmy
army ary the te French Frnch journals jour assertIn assertIncludes n asser oa In Incude Ineludes ¬
eludes cude but five fve officers ofcr who were we born bornin 1oxnIn o
in the same territory Apparently the theprovinces theprovinoes
t se tritr App tl t
provinces prvino which gave Franco Fraoe KL KLIIDVI KLIIDVIltarp BSB BSBRAFF DZ
RAFF Rw NET and ad one of the th KELLKB KELLKBMANNShave Klu KELZEiMA2X8
MANNShave HAshve MA2X8 have not yet surrendered surender the thedistinction he hedtnclon hedistinction
distinction dtnclon of being tho nursery nurr ofFrench of otFrench ofFrench
French Generals GeneralsIf Geer
If I the t story str needs nel further furher detail detit It is isto Isto Isto
to be b found fou In i the to notice notc recently recnty pub published pb pnbIlibed ¬
lished lb of the t death de of an a Alsatian Alti living livingon Ulg Ulgon
on the German Gra side of the te Yosges Voees His Htoson Hi Hiseons
son 11 five or six al in number nwbr were wr all a181 a181den sol soldiers aoldiets ¬
diets den of France Fac several sveral were wer in i the For Foreign F Feig Foreign ¬
eign eig Legion and at least two were wereofficers e er erofilcere
officers gon Quite Qit as s Interesting itretl is i the to anec anecdote I ansodote ¬
dote printed prt by our neighbor neighbr the Cover CoverTier C Crdu Courier
Tier rdu de des Etat EtotUn EiataUnia Unia of a young you Alsatian Alsatianwho All Alsatianwho
who was a serving srig his hi time tmoi in an a Alsatian Alsatianregiment Ala Alarelent Alsat4anregiment
regiment of the German Ger army ay Hare Hareyou Haveyou liaveyou
you relent any ay relatives rlatve in the army a a tIer German G tIerman r ¬
man m General Gnera aaked e him h Oh Ohye yea yes0 was waathe wasthe
t the prompt reply My y undo uce commands commandsa Cta
a battalion btion in Nancy My M brotherin brotherinlaw brotler
law is Lieutenant i Leutnt of Dragoons Dagon i in Reims Reimsand R Ilensand
and ad my cousin cu is i a Captain Cptfn of chasseurs chasseursa eha r
a I pied ple at 8t St Nicholas NicholasA Nicbol NicbolA
A Mystery Mytor of the Public Publc Service ServiceTho SenlceT ServiceThe
The T action aon of the Canadian Canaia Railroad RailroadCommission Rira BailmoadCommission
Commission Cmiion in attempting attempt to t check cbec the theUnited theUnt theUnited
United Unt States Sta immigration imiaton officers officerswhose ofor ofiloerawhose
whose Wb0 interference iternc with wih passengers png on onCanadian onCaa onCanadian
Canadian Caa trains tra has ba resulted rult in i many manycomplaints my mycmplat manycomplaints
complaints cmplat indicates idict that th conditions cndton in inthat i inthat
that tt department depet of the Government Governmentare Govrnt Govrnta
are a not very ver different diferent from frm those tOB that thatexist th thatexist
exist eit In the customs ctm service srvice The Te immi immigration i immigration ¬
gration gaton inspectors inpr indeed inde have long longbeen longb longbeen
been b noted for their thei blundering bludering offi officjousnesa omCju officsu8neea
cjousnesa Cju csu8neea and ad their thi incivility incivilityTheir incvity incvityTei incivilityTheir
Their Tei task t is f delicate deUct as s Is i that of ofthe orthe ofthe
the customs ct men and experience epence shows showsthat showsth showsthat
that th its it performance prorc is i the cause cU8 of con constant cn cnstt constant ¬
stant friction The mystery of the th sit situation situstlon ¬
stt rrcon T myr st
uation uon is f the th neglect lele or refusal rrul of the theGovernment tbeGverent theGovernment
Government Gverent to recognize the to desirabil desirability deirabi ¬
ity Iy of oleleg selecting only rge tactful tul and ad careful carefulmen crul crulm carefulmen
men m for such ch work Incidents Incldenb which whichwill whch whchWi whichwill
will Wi recur rr to the te memories memorie of all al show showhow shoWhw showhow
how hw completely cmpletly the comfort comor of travellers travellersts traveler
ts I ignored igor It 1 is f not forgotten forgoten that thatinspectors thatinpr thatinspectors
inspectors inpr on a Canadian Caadia railroad rairad In Insuited insuIt insuited
suited suIt and ad held up the te special lpla mission missionfrom milon milonrrm missionfrom
from rrm China Ca to the th Louisiana Luila Purchase PurchaseExposition Ph8 PurchaseExposition
Exposition Epton or that tat a genius gnIu of a the te ser service sr srvic oarvice ¬
vice vic only a little Utle while Whie ago a detained detne a aman ama amsh
man ma msh with wih a broken broke head on on his hi way ay to toa toa
a hospital bOpit for treatment tratent tr until unti a bond bondwaa bnd bndgven bondwas
was given gven in i his h behalf behalfOut bb behalfOut
Out Ot of the thousands thoud of men mn in inGovernment InaTeet inGovernment
Government aTeet employ or eager ear to t enter enterit entr entrIt
could bo bomade bemade
it selections leions coui easily Oly enough b
made m of persons prr capable cpble of performing performingthe prorig prorigthe
the trying tig duties dute of immigration igaton and andcustoms a andcustoms
customs ctt inspectors inspr without Withoutundo undue of offence ofrece offence ¬
fence rece to those tb0 who h must mUt submit sbmt to t their theirministrations theirnitratons theirministrations
ministrations nitratons Obviously Obviouy this tis is i not notdone notdone notdone
done There e are a always alwaYI a number numbr of ofuncouth orucuth ofuncouth
uncouth ucuth Individuals indvidual in the Federal Feera uni uniform uniror irniform ¬
form ror who make me the necessary no examina examinations eaia eaiaton examinaLions ¬
Lions ton an ordeal ordea unnecessarily unnesaly irritating irritatingand irttng irttngand
and sometimes smetie Intolerably Intlerabl offensive offensiveCheek otenive oteniveCeek offensiveCheek
Cheek Ceek In Municipal uncpal Politic PoliticThe Poltici PolticiTe PoliticsThe
The Te word wor cheek cek undoubtedly undoubtly savors savorsof MVOr MVOror
of slang sla but we knowof kowot no other othe term termthat tn terrathat
that tht adequately aeutely characterizes clraceriz the pre pretensions pre protensions ¬
tensions tenion of the Committee Qmltt of One Hun Hundred Hund Hundied ¬
died d that tat remarkable rmnrkble eelfgenetated eelfgenetatedorganization seifgenetatedorganization lfgneta
organization orazton whichis whch i disporting dprll in i the thewhirlpool thewhirlpl thewhirlpool
whirlpool whirlpl of municipal municpl politics pltCin in the theGreater theGrtr theGreater
Greater Grtr New York this thi fall fallThis fal fallThis
This Thi committee cmitt does do not represent representanybody reprntanyby representanybody
anybody anyby or anything but itself ftt It Itmade Itmde Itmade
made mde Itself Itl and being bing thus1 thu made me was waapleased Wa waspleased
pleased ple and called cle itself itl great gret It Itwould Itwould Itwould
would be b a gross grO exaggeration e aion to t say saythat sy sytt saythat
that tt it controls ontrol8 a hundred hundl voles vot nev nevertheless nevfreleA necerthelea ¬
ertheless freleA it assumes Uume tho fosltion Jsiton and andattributes andattrbt andattributes
attributes attrbt of one of tho great ret politi political plt political ¬
cal organizations organizton possessing pseing a right as assuch B Bsuch assuch
such to t a place pla upon upn the official ofcil ballot ballotor Olot Olotfor ballotfor
for or the names nae of its it candidates cdidates The TheCommittee Te TeCmitt TheCommittee
Committee Cmitt of One Hundred Hundrd invites invitesho init inVItesthe
the Republican Rpublc leaders leaer and ad all al political politicalbodies pltcal pltcalbdies politicalbodies
bodies bdies hostile hostie to t Tammany Hall Hnl to tosend t tosend
send snd representatives to a conference conferencewhose conferencewhose
reprenttve conerence conerencewho
who whose purpose prs shall shal be to wrest est munio muniopal munic munloipal
ipal government goverent from frm machine machie domi domination dom domination ¬
nation naton In issuing iuing this invitation invittion the theattitude theatitude theattitude
attitude atitude of the committee cmmite is i of abao abaoute b b o olute
ute lut equality eualty with the other conferees confereesto cnter
to say sy the least The One Hundred Hundredevidently Hund Hundredevidently
evidently ovidenty deems dom itself itel jlt just aa im imx i important
prt portant x > rtant in a political pltca sense n as a the local localtrganlzation loca localorganization
organization organlalon of the Republican Rpublca party partyn
py pyin
in n this thi town tow which has existed exit more morethan morethan morethan
than half haf a century ntur to say sy nothing nothg of ofhe oftho ofthe
he Independence Indepndence League Lae the Citizens CitizensJnion Citzcn CitizensUnion
Union and ad lesser lesr lights Ight in politics politicsThe pltc politicsThe I
The Te strangest stragt thing about aout It all nl is isthat l lthat Isthat
that this thi Impudent ipudent assumption aupton on the theart thepat thepart
pat part art of the Committee Comitt of One Hundred Hundreds Hudr
II is s not resented rt or even questioned quetone The TheRepublican TheRpubUca TheRepublican
Republican RpubUca bosslets blet treat trea the call cal to a aconference acnrernc aconference
conference cnrernc as a perfectly precly natural natur event eventand ventad vontend
and ad apparently appnty prope propose to t deal dea and anddicker anddicker anddicker
dicker with the One Hundred Hudr on equal equalterms eua equalterms
terms t so o for fa as the selection sleion of a fu fusion fusion lusion ¬
sion ticket tcket is I concerned cncre Whether W thcr the theRepublicans te teRpublcas theRepublicans
Republicans Rpublcas will wi unite unie with itb them on onquestions onqueUons onquestions
questions of public publc policy plc doth not yet yetappear ye yetappear
appear appearThe appar appearThe
The sublime subUe pretensions pretnsioD of the Com Committee Cm Cmmit Cornmittee ¬
mittee mit of One Hundred have no parallel paralleln paalel paalelin
in n our recollection relecon of New York city citypolitic ct citypolitics
politic pltC Without Wihout the legal lega power per to tolominate t tonominate
nominate nomina a cat ct it seems sms to have hv in invited i invited ¬
vited vit two gentlemen gntemen NICHOLAS NICOL8 MUR MURRAY MunBAT IUR ¬
RAY BA BUTLER BULR the president of Columbia ColumbiaUniversity CIUbla CIUblaUniverity ColumbiaUniversity
University Univerity and ad JOHN H FWLET F presi president president l ldent ¬
dent of the Collage Cotsg of the th City City of New Newfork NewYork NewYork
York to t become bme its it candidate clt for forMayor forMayor forMayor
Mayor I They Ty aw men of good sense senseand seiiseand
and ad they thf have havt declined dfle the K proffered prfe 0 0r 0M
r
M
L bauble baul Then Tt the committee Ot Ccmmltteelias ha b sol solemnly so soetnnly ¬
emnly el sincerely aely and ad truly ty declared deCt de laredthat laredthatfuture that thatfuture e
future ttur franchises fraohi must mut bo bleol leasehold leaseholdprivileges leaseholdprivileges
privileges with the landlord landlordwith landIordwith
prvilg wt t city c aa s ldo
with wt other ote doctrinaire doo tenets tJ to t the thesame these theSante
same se effect efoi and some sme mysterious ou per person pr prsn person ¬
son sn In i the background bagoudb la paying for fo all alltfeeae a
tfeeae activities activitiesOne avite activitiesOne yg
One Oe of the te favorite favrt poems pe of the te late lateSAMUEL lat lateSAIVnL
SAMUEL J TILDEN informs that
SOI1ELJ TLE iror us u tt we weore wea weare
ore a living Uvig Uvingwe we are a moving mln in a grand g and andawful ad adawu andawful
awful awu time te and ad it occurs ocr to t us W that tt this thiasentiment t thiss
sentiment sntit s expresses expl just jut what wht tho Com Committee Cm Cmrtt Cornmittee ¬
mittee rtt of One Hundred Hudr must mut think t when whenIt whe whenIt
It I finds fds Its It pretentious prttou performances performancestaken
taken tn ao 8 seriously erouy by tho public publicDr publc publcDr ponno
Dr Wu TiNarANo TNaPARO confide confde that tat he hefound hefound I Iroun
found roun the to people pople of Lima Jm very nr polite plt and andInteresting a andinteresting
Interesting Intrltnc Different Dilert f rromte tronrthe rom N the Amen Americans Amer Amencano ¬
cans cn Even as aWo wo vaguely wonder woner if ifthe IIto ifthe
to the dlfTereaoo dllerno was notable notble In respect rpt of ofboth ort ofboth
both t qualities qualte or if of ono on only onl which whichthe whichto whichthe
to the precise prcll Doctor Dotr adds but equally euly
interesting Intrtng Bald Bld a certain orln Shogufc 8holD of ofJapan ofJapa ofJapan
Japan Japa My enemies enle are ae as honest hont 05 I a afearless
Tearless fOlule they tey run r at the to first frt sight of my
bner bnerTe bannersThe banners bannersTho
The Te morning morng newspaper newspapefi Inform Infon ua uathat u utat usthat
that tat RIDBB RBn and ad neWpp WILLIAM wru N InKs IVINSare InKsar luKeare
are ar prominently pmienty mentioned mentone for fusion fusionnominations rula fusionnominations
nominations nomlnton b I I there ter therono no hope hop then for forCOLLAB forCL forCOLLAn
COLLAB CL 1 and c LOBW LOBWThey LoawThey ow1Tl
They Tl the Ite Eskimos EldmOI exclaimed Ielalme In II a chorus
Ttngnelgti Tnc TInE nelc neigh tlmah tlm kctfsherV klfaer ketliher tneanlnf melr W Wo nave navecot hav havegot
cot co there at last IU lastNwa Knot Nn Uttpalch UttpalchWe drspaSchWi I
We We think tin a mistake miltke baa ha been bn made mde about aboutthis abut abuttis aboutthis
tis this Our Esktmeso Eldmee translator ttr assures ur US USthat I UIthat
that these Oe historic hlltro word wOa mean men tdesn Coot COOl is isa I isa
a continental ontnent darned de liar liarLtentensntaeneral lir lirUn InnUeutensntOenera
Ltentensntaeneral Un lntOlner1 Axrsrc UACAnTHtm U US USA 3 3A SA
A retired rlrfd la I being blnc AllAclTt urged as s the compromise compromiserandldate cmprml cmprmlrdld1 compromisecandIdate
candIdate rdld1 for lor United Unlt ure Stales Bts Senator S r agauut agauutSenator a aalSsiSenator 1
Senator Senlr tftfwaftit tftfwaftitThis LA L roLLrm o next rear TcsrOlpOfrh er Dpalcl D ipacl iru irutftfwaftit rant rantil r rau
au
This Thi will b b no n no surprise upri to those thOe who whoheard whohe whoheard
he heard and ad to those tho who have read rad an anaddreas anad anaddress
address ad which whlb General Gnerl MAcAirrntm lcA1TtJ de delivered dolivened ¬
livered lver at a recent rcnt dinner of the theWlnln theWlnlnner Wisconsin WisconsinBankers WisconsinBankers
Bankers ner Association Allaton If I circumstance circumstancelad crumto
lad b not 10t made MicARTHcn 1CAaTBUa a soldier ldier he hewould beould howould
would have won distinction dltlnoton as a a lecis lecisJttor letla letlaltrlorho 1egisatortor
ltrlorho Jttor atortor for ho bo ha a remarkable rmrkablo talent tlent for forublto forpubll forpublic
public publl > affair alalr and speak pks well wel and to the thopoint thepint thepoint
point pointA pint pintA
A As long 10n aa I Sir I Justice Jutlc HAELAN BIN can canswing canawig canswing
swing awig a golf Rol stick stck it Is f an Impertinence Imprieo to tooak t toask
oak u the bench benchTUB bch bchTIlE benchTIW him bl if i he contemplates cntmplt retiring rtrln < from fromthe fm fmthe fromthe
TUB AMERICAN AVERCAN OIHL OIHLbauble OIlL OIlLlfr GlJfLtier
lfr tier il > r Patriotism Pcrott and a Her ler Yearning Trlnc for forEstablished rorEallf tsrEstablished
Established Social Standard StandardsTo
Sial Star
Eallf y yTo ITo
To TUB EDITOR or Tax T l SUN SUKSlr Sir After Afterreading Are Afterreading I
reading r lnl Miss rUle Ruth Cranstons Crtne article aricle upon uponhe u uponthe n nthe
the he American Amerca girl Irl In the Independent eeneen re rerioted r noprinted
rioted prte > In I Tax T Tin SON SUKlam I am moved to t say 1 that thathe thatthe thatthe
the American Amere girl Ilrlls Is Ib the result rsult of no classes classesand cluee clueead clauesand
and ad Independent Idepndent wealth Where Wher there ther are areno areno r
no classes cl8e there are ar no standards tadaro of con conduct on onduct conduct ¬
duct except nept the natural standard stdas of rood roodand Io goodand
and ad bad With no established eetblh social Icll order orderdistinction orer orerditnction orderdisttnctIon
distinction ditnction of manner must necessarily neoeirly be beost belot belost
lost lot What Wh t there ther ts of aristocracy altor In Amer Aroerea Amerlc Amerlea
lc lea ea la I not In these th days of general eenerl colossal colossalprivate 01011 01011prlvte colossalprivate i
private fortunes tortune based bu on wealth Our Ouriultured Ourcultur Ourcultured I
cultured cultur seta It are ar no longer In evidence evidenceThey nldenceThe evidenceThey
The They may still sll be leading ledlnl but they or orpowers a are arepowers
powers wer behind the throne hrne then Such Suchobservations SuchoblMton Suchobservations
observations oblMton aa a these are r of course oure com commonplaces cm cmmonplas cornmonpiaces ¬
monplaces monplas but why not be b fair In I judging judgingho Judlln JudllnIhe
the ho American Amercn girl Irlf It she gh Is unpleasant unpleasantsocially unpleant unpleantIclly unpleasantsocially
socially Iclly Is It her fault or her misfortune misfortuneThe ml ortunef ortunefTe
Te The daughter dulhWr of American America parents parnt who whorero whoer whowere
were er themselves temllo educated euct on the lines lne of ofEuropean orErp ofEropesn
European Erp culture calur ls I an simple and a d well wel man mannered ma maneared ¬
eared ner as a her European EurpD mister lller but she Is Istot I Iinot
not tb the type typ known kow as the American Amercan girl girlDaisy Ilrl IlrlDal girlDaisy
Dal Daisy Miller Mler tb lh the prototype pr typor of the evolu evolutionary eOI evontlonari ¬
tionary tonar process pr that tat the daughter daUIMer of raa raaterlal m mtral mi mitonal
tonal tral benefit MneCt without lbout the traditional tradtlon1 edu educatlonal educton1 educaUonsl
catlonal cton1 accompaniments ampalment has ha undergone undergones undrlonf
Ie s a transitory Irall 1 form a variety She will wille willbe I
b be > e modified molfe a is she b has h to t adjust adJult herself herselfo herelt
10 o worldwlda worldwldl condition cnditon of society elelY She Shemay Shemy Shemay
may and she Ihe may not conform Cntor It I Is II prob probable prb prbable probable ¬
able that ilk lk the new ne diplomacy diplomay she Ihe will willifess wi wiltpoeeeea
poeeeea ifess less 1 8 subterfuge eubtrfuce and ad more mor direct dlrectM dlrl dlrln directnose
n nose PWe M or In other words act on a vulgar vulgardlnrecard vler vlerdilrcr vulgardisregard
disregard of convention WOrl The direct
dilrcr rnenrlonl dirt or orthe orthe orthe
the Indirect Idlft means mlanl of gaining Ialnlt your point pointmay pint pintmy pointmay
may se Im worn m preferable according acrlnc lo your yourpersonality yourpersonality our ourpronm
personality pronm but there ther seems ems ml to b b be a general generalacceptance eeerl eeerlaptnC genertiacceptance
acceptance aptnC of the direct dlrt mesas menl the Amen American Amerlt Amencan ¬
can t manner In I the nodal Icallnlerute Intercourse when whenhe wherethe b81
he art of social Id1 Intercourse InWrure amounts mount to a auslnes abUllne8 abusiness
business bUllne8 > that II In the thl diplomatic dlplomato world worldIhe worldThe worldThe
The American girl the natural nalurl product productwith prouct prouctwih productwith
with wih unlimited unlmite Independence lalprndence may after afterill alle afterall
ill 1 when she Ihe shall lhl have profited ronte by the theino tbekn011fle theknowledge
kn011fle knowledge ino ledge her hlr Independence Indlpfldlnce thrusts thmat upon uponier uponher
upa upahere
her ier set up a standard for future social socialtraining III IIItr socialtnijning
here stndr
training trainingAN tr tnijningAs nlna nlnaA
AN A regards European marriage marll the thedearly thedarlr thedeari
dearly darlr deari repr purchased pUrhale social 111 status ttUI tnt that thatambition tbatImblUoD thatsmbiUon
ambition ImblUoD an Indication Indicaton of 0 the American Americangirls Amlron AmlronIlrll Americangirls
girls Ilrll eager er desire delre for etabllhd tlblahf social socialstandards III IIIIlndards7 socialstandards
standards Ilndards7 It I I II ridiculous rldiculoul to My that thstsocial thatIlal thatsocial
social Ilal life lre In American Amlrlcln capitals CIPltl1 equal IQul In Inntere In1011MI ininterest
1011MI interest ntere t and nd Importance Imprtncl the social Ilal life lfe of ofFUuland orEq ofEngland
England Eq and or the Continent C ntnent It I doe doe not notAny nolAny notAny
Any American woman who ho ha hll has hud A sue suecmwful lue luecfhll suececslul
cmwful cfhll social lodal career tarelr In Europe urpe would con consider eonsider on onIder ¬
sider n I return retur lo American AmtrlCn conditions cnditons cnditonsa as asa asa
a punishment punlahmlnt The 1he grent Irt world Is II not notas notulme notas
as ulme some American Ampranl hold holdit It I to t be hf the thevaououl vaouou vaououactivity vaouousactIvity
activity actvity of a fatuous faluoul Ilt set et It I In II composed composedof cm
of Or the t bmt blt there Is II In every IYr field feld of accom accomplishment aaom aaomP accomplishment le ¬
plishment P lhmIM from great Ireat mariners to great greatminds rrfat rrfatmind greatminds
minds but there thlre Is II one thing thin absolutely absolutelyleceiwary Ihllulelr absolutelypecesasry
leceiwary llry to form a grent IrMt world timewith time UmelWih timeWith
with Wih time the American Americn great Iret world wrld may mayaurpans myaurpll maysurpass
surpass all llhe the other olher The Tht American Amlrlcn love lovesuperiority 10MIuperlorlY loveseupertorityand
superiority aurpll IuperlorlY eupertorityand and nd It I has hA to be acknowledged acknowledgedthat scknoIf <
that his hil point pllt Is well 111 taken tkln Hut Ilu In the thomeantime thf themeantIme 1
meantime why consider the American Amercan girl girla Ilrl Ilrla
a a mlantme anything Inrthlnc but what wh t she really rely Isan II on evolv evolvn evolvInc
In Inc n r type typePatriotism typef typefPatrlotlm
Patriotism should Ibould not be sneered at t It Itlni nh ItIs
h Is Patrlotlm the 11 > patriotic Plrloto girl Irl who Is going Iolnl Inlere to lay la the theoundntlon thf thefoundetion
oundntlon rouodllon for or American Amerkln social lal conditions conditionsof condIton
of 0 the Ihl future The Thl girl Ilrl who want anu Imme Immellite Immc lmmediets
diets dilt benefit from her mean Olaal for r social socialnventmentu 1lal 1lalInltmpnll socialInvestments
Investments Inltmpnll goes to t Furope to live lve Th Thpatriotic Tf Thepatriotic
patriotic girl Ilrl IOM goes to Europe to learn Mm and andhen andthen nd ndIhen
Jarlolo hen come come home Ioe to use Ulf > what Europe EurPf ha hataught h htulht has hastsueht
taught tulht her plus her American Americn point pint of ofview otvlw ofview
view All Al pioneer work ts II offensive ottnlv to todelicate t todelicate
delicate dllctl nature only the strongest ItrODtet sur survive Ilr Ilrvlve survive ¬
vive By 81 neurf the time tme the present American Americangirl Am kmnlcangirl rlcn rlcnIrl
girl Irl In II a greatgrandmother IrpAtlradmotblr It will wi b8in b8inorder noinorder n norer
order < to take tke the measure meure of the type typeG tYPf
orer G WALUCB W WALLACONaw WALUCBNEW ALACl
NEW YORK September Septembr IS ISA II IIA ISA
A Critical CJleal Philosophers IlloeplU View ViewTo Vi ViTO ViwTO
To TRi TRI Eorron Eorrn or Tub 1 am Stnflr Sir The Th recent recentalleged recentUeced recentalleted
alleged discoveries dllcvrle of 0 the north IOr pole ple remind mid me meof meor meof
of Saaltrspesres plays Much ucb Ado AdoAbu AdoAbout About Noth Nothing Not Nothlng ¬
ing and The Te Tempest Tempn Tempeutin In a teapot Ip They will willnot Wl willnot
not no benefit bene l society ley or science Iee a prde particle and aadthere andthere d dthee
there will wl be b as I much mleb poverty perl and misery mlr In 11 the theworld theworld theworld
world as there ther ever evc was before beore I forgot torr They Theynave Tey TeybAe Theyhtve
nave bAe made the remarkable discovery dlever that the theworld th thworld thsworld
world Is I round which I thought toulb every evr schoolboy schoolboyknew sbolby sbolbyknew schoolboyknew
knew hundreds of These discovErers dlscovermare
hunreds years yen ago 11 Tee dlc n nr
are r simply wasting wllnl time money and energy energyNew enercySa energyKiw
New Sa YORK YOla September Sptembr It I E H J JA IA 7 7A
A Festal Featl Preposition PrepositionTo IptUoa IptUoaTo
To tag a EDITOR EDtT or orT 0PTSI T SDK So Scs1r Mr r May y I lul lultU sug suggest sugfelt ¬
felt tU as a fitting ntlnc proposition prplton at t this bl time an Old OldHome Oldlome Oldhome
Home lome Week InCblnaT 11 In ChIna This Tll w w4pu wuld uld put a quietus quietusn Quieul Quieul6n
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GREAT BJr BRITAIN AiNAIIUJS1A AND RUSSIA IN INPERSIA IN INPERSIA
PERSIA PERSIAThe PEllSA PEllSATe
The Te domestic domesto affair alr of Persia Perl are ar in inthemselves Intoen Inthemselves
themselves toen of o no treat 1 Importance Iporc now nowadaya nowT nows4ayi
adaya T to t the te thowonI world Oid at large Jc though touCh her herreoent herrnt herreoent
reoent attempt to set constitutional
rnt attpt t gtontttonl gov goveminent goveret governmont
eminent eret ho b aroused a the t cympathlea pt of ofHberals oflbrla ofliberals
liberals lbrla and ad democrats demort everywhere eTerher nor norindeed norIndef norlndeedi
indeed Indef is the te success IUCc of tho to attempt a tmpt so sothorough 1 sothorough
thorough torugh aa ret ret that tt our sympathy Ipt1 has haabejcomo b hasbecotno
bejcomo boo Buprluounot iuperfluousnot superfluous not by any ay mean meanFrom me meansFrom
From n a distance dllto however hOW8Tr this ti effort efort to tourround t tosurround
surround the Peacock Throna with
IUrUn te Peck TroM wt pop popular pp popular ¬
ular u representatives rprnttTe ha b a sentimental sentlmantarather entment sentimentalrather
rather rter than t a a practical prctclntst interest and what whatrly whatreally whareally
really rly give the to country ount a present prnt claim claimto cldmt
to t general aenr attention a tnton la the te fact that tt 1 1haa It it itha
b ha haa become bme a I point pint of olooo io contact ontot which whichi whl whichiquite h hI
i iquite quite qat likely lkely to t booorne bome closer olor still be between b betweert ¬
tween tel two tw of the te great cat Powers PowersA Power
A peaceable pble point of contact cOItt to t b b be ur lur sunaccording uraccording
according aeorlne to the trR terms tot r the to Anglo AngloRuaalan Aalo AngleRussian
Russian RUMia convention conventon of 1007 1m and a to judge judgfrom jud judrrm judgefrom
from rrm the te White Whit Book Bk on Persia Pen lately latelypublished latly latlypublshe latelypublished
published publshe by the Brteh British Foreign Forig Offloa Offloathe oto OMothe
the t e term tn have so 1 far been OllOfly loyally carried carriocout cre carriedout
out by b both bt the te contracting ontrtnl parties sarte arUee I Iwill I It Itwill
will wi be b remembered rmembr that tht this thi Instrument Instrumondivided Intent Intentdivide Instrumentdivided
divided divide Persia Into Int a 1 northern norer sphere l er ol olInterest of ofIntr ofInterest
Intr Interest t for Russia RWI and ad a southern luther for forGreat forOrt forGreat
Great Ort Britain Britin while whie In respect rpt of th t Lbwhplo thwhple
whple the theory theor being bilof of course oure that tat a awhole awhole awhole
whole was to survive 1lve each eah assured alum the theother theoter theother
other oter of faithful faihful cooperation cooperationTh coprton coprtonTe
Th Te The cooperation cooprton began bKa by b taking tkin the theform thefr theform
form fr of nonintervention nonlntrento nonIntervontioninnatje In native ntve pltO politicsand politics politicsand
and ad the te deposition depiton of Shah Sh Mohammed MohammedAll Mohme
All AI by the Constitutionalist Cnettutonllu may mayab be beascribed beascribed
ascribed ab to it It Inasmuch lneuch as Russia Rua bad badpreviously bd bdprTlously hadpreviously
previously been ben supporting supprs him hi Indeed Indeedif Inde
if i the to triumph trumph of the te Constitutionalist Constitutionalistwere Ctttolt
were Wer genuine tenane and an not practically potCly frus frustrated rr trustrated ¬
trated trtd by b their teir own ow Incapacity InCpct Russia Russiamight Rua Russiamight
might mght be b supposed uppo to t have bav lost lot ground groundthrough gound goundtrough groundthrough
through trough It I but a ae a a matter mattr of foot fat this thisempty thi thisempty
empty empt revolution rvoluton has h simply lmply given her an anoponlntc anopDn anopening
opening opDn for more active actTsintrfereno interference than thanbefore thanbelor thanbefore
belor before though tough of another anoter kind kin She has haasent haseent hassent
sent troops Into Int Persia Peri on o the te pretext prts of olsafeguarding ofafeguriIte ofsafeguarding
safeguarding afeguriIte the foreign foreig consulates conulats and andcolonies ad adcoloDe andcolonies
colonies coloDe and a in Inplt spite of protests prott from the theConstltutionallata theCnttutol theConatitutlonalists
Constltutionallata Cnttutol t and from frm not a few fewBritons tewBrtns fewBritons
Brtns Britons she show sow no immediate Imeit inten intention Intn Intnton intention ¬
tion ton of removing rmovlnl them t m according aoring to torecent t torecent
recent rnt advices achic they the have hve gone Into Intowinter Int Intowinter
winter Wintr quarters qur there tere The Te White WhiteBook Wit WhiteBook
Bk Book referred rter to t seta lt forth duly duy that thatBlr tat tatBr thatSir
Sir Br Edward Ewar droy dtactcd euct an official oMc11 oMc11euc aa aaBurance a asurance
Burance euc from frm M bvolslcy Ivolaq last t April Aprl thai thaithe tt ttte thatthe
the te armed are intervention intrenton would be b tem temporary tr tarnporary ¬
porary pnr and not exceed exo the ts precise pre limits limitsof lmit
of the to task tk which whch had hd necessitated neett it itbut I Itbut
but the te Russians Rln will w1 perhaps prhap justify justifysome justt justifysome II
some Ime elasticity eltct In such a a pledge ploge by b the thecoso te
coso 0 of Egypt EgyptMeanwhile Egpt EgyptMeanwhile I
Meanwhile Mewhie the te new Persian Perin Govern Government Gover Government ¬ I
ment Is f giving a spectacle Ipectcle of childish chld Im Impotence 1 finpotenco ¬
potence ptnc all al la f chaos CMo In pursuance pUluao of ofho ofts ofthe
ho ts let them fight fght It I out for them themselves te themselves ¬
selves lvc policy polc neither nete of the te superintend superintendIng sprntnd sprntndIng
Ing ng Power Power is I giving it I any real rl help helpNeither helpNeiter helpNeither
Neiter Neither of them tem for Instance Intc will wlien lend it itmoney I Itmoney
money mono and Ita lt it purse pr 1 is absolutely ablutly empty emptyIt pt
It Is probable that Great Britain will
I f prbble tat Brtin wlln wllnrolow soon soonfollow soonfollow
rolow follow the t example of Russia RU8 and a match matchthe mat matchthe
te the foreign forltn troop tp in the tonr theriorth north with wit more morein mor moreIn
in I the te south loUt Te The question queston of taking takingmeasure tl takingmeasures
measure meur to t deal dK with wit the te disorder dsrer in Inte InteIUt lathe lathesouth the thesouth
south IUt where wher British BrU trade tde Is paralyzed paralyzedand pa7z
and ad travel trvel almost almot Impossible Ipible said ad the theLondon te teLndon theLondon
Lndon London Times the to other eter day dT cannot cot be bedeferred b bedeferre4
deferred defer Indefinitely indefitl Thus Tu the te non nonintervention no nonintervention ¬
intervention itrenton of the te two to Power BO 1 far fara faras farasdomeetio as asdomestic
domestic domeato politic pltc go gol la leading lengeligh leadingetraight straight to toarmed t toarmed 1
armed ane interference intrernc by both bt of them tem and andas an andas
there little tUe reason to toexpeotmuch toexpeotmuchimprovement much muchImprovement
as a ter seem m I rn t expect ept muc
ImprTeent Improvement In the te Government Gonnet that thatstep tt ttetp thatstep
step etp Is likely lkly enoughsooner enoghlner enough sooner or later latr to tocause t tocause
cause ou the te division dvlion It into sphere pher of interest intarectto Intre i
to t become bme a practical prcto partition pton Then Ten to toall t toallintentsand I
all allntnt allintentsand Intent and purposes purs Great Grt GreatBritainaud GreatBritainaudRussia Britain Brtn and andRussia an
Russia would at last meet met upon upon a coter coterminous cot coterminous ¬
minous minou frontier frontierIn frnter frnterIn
In short those tO who hold that tt the te gen genral Kenerl genoral
oral ral entente between them 1 Is delusive
erl entnt b wen tem deluive or orat oratet oratleat
at atet atleat least that tt the to real rl dominant domnt forces tor of ofluseia orRUMI ofRussia
Russia RUMI would not Dt for a moment impair Impir the thegood te teo thegood
good o will w1 of Germany Gerany for the te sake of ft fttay t tmay tmay
may suspect lupc Persia Porl of being blnc a a as weak Wek a ank I alink
any lnk link ny nk other la tho t chain of the te worlds rlds peace pac as asny a asany
What Is a Gentleman Olal GutlmanTo r rTo fTo
To TBB Ta EDITOR EDla or Tu Tu Stnr SU Svw5lr < Slr Your cor correspondent er erflpndel correspondent ¬
flpndel respondent who wo signs himself blmlelf Serlbendl SrIndl CA CAcoetbes CaClhe Cacoethas
coetbes Clhe ha ha asked uke an 1 unanswerable unerble question quesUonbe queto
Te The be simple meaning mea In given a In I a pocket pcle dictionary dictionaryor dlctoaar
for or gentleman ntem Is I a man ml of honor Oentll Oentllty Oell
I it ty Is I denned delne as ur good breeding bre4Inl A gentleman gentlemans cenlema
Is is s then tbel a well wel bred b man manTh D manTb
Th e Idea ot honor Is I conventionally cnven Uoaall super superadded lupr luprade Superadded
ade added to 1 the Idea Ide of 0 good r breeding brll Originally Originallytiman Orlclnal OrigInallyhuman
buma human timan beings bll were wer divided dl14e Into It genUe nte and andsimple andMmple nd ndImple
simple In one on old dictionary dicto the word wor if gen Itntema gentlemafl n neman
tema tlemafl eman la J said to t mean mea a great n mans servant servantVe servantWe
We have all al heard heAr of 0 a gentlemans entlele gentleman gentlemanIt eentema
It 1 has b been bea suggested Uleete by snobs Iobs that It Ittake Ittle Iitake
tle take three generations eerUon to make a gentleman genUemanbackersy renUemuThaelry gentlemanThackeray
backersy Thaelry who wrote rt a Book nl of Saobs Slob would wouldxelude wolid wolidexdude wouldexclude
exclude a man who wo eats eal peas pu with wlb hU knife klne from fromthe fromthe rom romte
te the category caterr of gentlemen rentemen In Cbrlsmas Crem Tales Talesrbrist Tl TlCrslll TalesChrist
Christ Crslll Is spoken aplen of 0 aa a the first tnl of 0 gentlemen gentlemenn renteml
fn n that tai case Plato Pal Xenopbon enopbol and d Socrates Srt were wereot wre wreno werenot
no not ot gentlemen rtntemfl Apparently ApprPU there Is I no Greek Oreekirord Orrek Greekword
word wrd equivalent to our gentleman Ientemn Tennyson Tennysonpeaks Tenn Tennheonipeaks n npeaks
peaks of ofThe ofThe
The Te orTe grand cand old name of 0 gentleman gentlemanDefamed re gentlemanDefamed temn temnOemed
Defamed Oemed by every evr charlatan charlatanAnd ebrt
And soiled lt by all Ignoble use useI u uI
I should sbouldy say that tbt every enr man ma who Is I gentle en le who whos
Is s reflned rne who Wo Is I strictly rety honest honel and ad who ho keep keepIs krep keephis
his Is word wor Is I a gentleman leRtem regardless rrarltsl of the claims claimsf
0 of f long 10lr descent delnl C CItocnuTm CIOZII CUociiaeTzlt
ItocnuTm IOZII September Rplember RplemberDotl IS ISBoston Iiflostos
Boston Dotl Speak SpeakTo Speka SpekaTo SpeaksTo
To TH vita EDITOR fnrroaovT5ISuMr DtO or orTa TBB SUN Sullr Jr No 0 gentle gentleman I glatteman nte ntemal
mal man ever gets drunk drul before bfore sundown a N NBorrow NBol NBoerox
Borrow Bol September Septmbr It ItCkampagn Unampaae 16Champagne
Champagne la C Germany GermanyFrom GermanyFrom em emIrm
From Irm DaUv Consume Coudr ami an Trail RtpU RtpUTe ReportThe Report ntfnrttTbe
The Te official otclal report repr for IBM reveal rvala that tba there therewere therewere therewere
were thirtyfive tlryfve champagne cbapme factories ctr or estab estabIshments elab elabIlbmenta retablishments
Ishments In AlsaceLorraine which
Ilbmenta 11 AISeLorlle produced pruce produtdL603373
683173 bottles of champagne ebampme against lMtM lMtMttttlt 1 I5d1gibottles 2 2btle
btle bottles ttttlt In I letn 11 an Increase IcreN of 0 ItMl tt1 bottle bottleIsaceLorraine btte bottiaAlsaceLOrTaIfle
IsaceLorraine now ranks third
AlacLora rak UIn among u U tiSiatea utates >
Slat Siatea tates of the German Germa Empire the first being beingPnusls blnc blncPrl beingPrussia
Prussia Prl with eoa49 6C2UG bottles bolUe Hesse 1t second secondwith secondwith cod codwl
with wl 4MAOM < oD bottles bUN The Te ch cbampcne champsgn mpnrne factories factoriesre trlel trlelare
are re distributed dltrbut throughout AlsaceLorraine AILalne and andhi ad adthis andthis
this hi region Is II not no only rapidly becoming bemlnr first In In Inroductlon Inpruclloa inproduction
production pruclloa > but likewise Ikwe taking lkl high rank rak In Inrowing I ingpowlflg
rowing rwll superior supt0r qualities qulte of wines winesTbe Wne winesThe
The e largest Irref number of concern elCft Is I 1 In I tb the dl dltrlct dls dlsrlct dltrict
rlct of Wet with wlb fifteen Grt establishments etbUbmenl then thenJolratr tb thenOdium
Clmar Odium and ad lUcrnau Jacenu having bavlC each lel four our Strait Straiturg Stau Stauburr Stressburg
three Dltdenhofen and St Ludwlg
burr urg ld each eachwo eachtW eae eaeIwo
tW Iwo wo with wtb five other oler districts of one rUdw each In n the themanufacture tbemnufcure themanufictufe
manufacture of 0 champagne cbmprle the mixing mlxe and blend blendng blendI blendins
ng I of wine wne grown Im In different clternt sections Icton I J is usual ususlto uul
to produce proue fine qualities qull < but It U I contended caende that thato tt ttao thatnootbet
ao nootbet o other fruit fi than grape cp Is I used Ul In the le mane maonaoture maa maafature manefuture
future fature fatureT futureThe aotureThe
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mounted to ItMoea whIle uic bottles
amountd t 1610 nt btlc were werexported wer wereexported
exported uprt and free r of 0 taxation tlon m fl the tbeentr eatlrt eatlrterman eati eatiGerman
German aer Empire the production pruetol of champagne champagnemounted ebapme ebapmeamouattd chmpagneamounted
mounted to t U8M4M 138 bottles be of which wble I2WTU7 I2WTU7otUea 12 12467137bottles < 1131 1131bottJe
bottles bottJe were er taxed yielding rlfdlnl IIOUJM aI i33 In rvnu rvnuTbe yeveajThe revenue revenueThe
German Otrm Empire It I also a
The Ouma 1 largecontumer lrlecDumer of oforeJin offortita
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forn nfortfd I rt from rm France Franc on which wllc tTMloa IMIOlmpn IMIOlmpndut Import Importaty importdull
dull aty was w collected rletd
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Tb To gray from fm the be summer blue blueThe blueTe blueThe
The T soot r bird blra baste bul from fm tbe sylvan Iv ways waysjustas w wJu wayJust
Te justas Ju Just a they always alwa da daTh dc doThe
Th nutlcator ruetiea a ar With wlb pockets pk6a shrunk shrunkHave shrunkHave hrunl
Te Have Ha r bled them back bk to the homeward bmeward bank bankAnd bujcAnd
And d the te he tcunk tcunkJust baggage bre Juggler Junlee have smashed mbe bun each eachtcunk ech echJ each7sttthey
Just J 7sttthey as tiey eY always awaT do doThe da dab doThe
The story It told tld from tronyear rDnr year to t year yearTheres Fe yearTheres
Theres nothing nolblC entirely enUrly new newThe nl nlTe newThe
The alrtst blossom must Puat disappear disappearJasfas disappeasJust
Te Jasfas 3n Just u they tey always do daThe doTe doS dlMp
The S statesman atlan grave Irn aQ aQd adth tb the mummer 1t gsy a aArne
Te Arrange for the annual llldlplVI annUaldl1plai dlsplalri dlsplalriA4fipe
A4fipe Arne 34 I5 pSOPIS f pl I pp1 prepasso PWP pl peeoiy l ly 3r v vMfust I
A1 Mfust 11 t s a as tbey 1IIe7IIWITS he slwtytid slwtytidT alw c cu d di J
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1Dv XVDS9VFVLTX UAi V piii FUIT9N CELEBRATION CELEBRATIONif CElON
if 1 V < i i i irark
Park Prk 1Prk Department Dmt rrlttciseri Ctea for Lha Lhattlac U Ussiting
ttlac II Namber Nmbr of Croud Gr fitasd fitasdTo St StasdiTo
To TH TEX EDITOR EDloa or THB T a Sen Sexlr Sir Rep Representing RI Representing ¬
resenting rentn = iwo wo 0 of the te most prominent prmnent one onehighly ad adhh and andhlIhly
highly hh respected rePct trade trae organisation orcalpUou o oNew ot otNe ofNeYork
New Ne NeYork York city c I today applied appUe to t th he Park ParkDepartment ParkDeprmetior ParkDeparzneukfQr
Department Deprmetior for permission prllon to t erect eret a grant grantstand grand grandstand < rand randlnd
stand lnd fromT Irathch frunwhIoh whloh the te members membel of those thoseorganlratiojis th thosebrganlutiobs
orcauto organlratiojis and their thir guests 111 could ould vlow vlowthe viowthe 10 10the
the paratUdurtng paa paraUs durnI during the HudsonFulton Uu t ltn cele celebration celebraton celebratlon ¬
bration braton Much uo to t my mytnment astonishment I was wasInformettthkt wa wasinformeithk
Informettthkt Intoredt It I had bd been decided deided that b per permit pr permite ¬
mite mlt should be Issued lued only to t civic cle hlstor hlstorleal htr htrIca historical
leal Ica patriotic ptroto and other oter organizations ortazton of th thkind the thend thekind
kind nd and nd that no permits prl would be grantei granteifor aantd aantdfor gantedfor
for grand eand stands llnd either ete for speculators peltor or orfor orror orfor
for trade tae organizations organizationsThe orlanlzUon
The Te question QueatoD naturally nturl7atln naturallyanlses arise in my m7mlnd m7mlndWhat mind mindWhat mindWhat
What Is the great eeat mass of the people pple who whowould whowould whowould
would like Jb to t see ae the parade parae to t do We W are arenot ae aenQ1 arenQ
not nQ1 nQ all Snn ana or Daughters Durhtl of the Revolution RevolutionThereare Rvoluton RvolutonTerC RevolutionThereare
Thereare TerC are hundreds hundes of thousands thoWandl of us who whohave whohave ho hobave
have no connection Onnccton with Uh any n7 body bdT which whichwould whichwould whichwould
would give Il giveus us ulhe the grand trand stand llnd privilege prUeee but buwe butwe butwe
we have ha the money to spend pnd to buy a sea seaIf eet eetIt seat seatif
If we can cln get Itt It According Acordlnl to the tl rules rle of ofthe ottha ofthe
the Park Pak Department which hch I assume alume ore oremode a aremade
Derartment
mode mae to t suit the ide Idea idea of the HudsonFulton HudsonFultonCelebration HudnFltn HudnFltnClebraton fludsonFultonCelebration
Celebration Clebraton Commission Cbmmlalon there can be no nostands notand nostands
stands tand erected upon upn which I can buy by a seat seateven let leteen seateven
even een It I I were Wfe a Daughter Daul er of the Revolu Revolution ReTolutOD USyolulion ¬
lion tOD or a son of something Itethlne else ele It is 1 a aquestion aquuton aquestion
question quuton whether I could get a seat on any anyof anTor anyof
of the stands atanc provided prvided for forIt lorI carIt
It I Is 1 rithln my knowledge knowlol that a prom prominent promtnent prommeat ¬
meat Daughter Daulhtcr of the Revolution RnolutoD wrote wrt for foifive tort forfly
five t fly seats eat on the te stand slnd of the society IcetT anc ancreceived aDd aDdrece1 andreceived
received rece1 only one onC What 1 Ii she ah going to t do doabout doabuttefourothcr1 doaboutthefourothcns
about abuttefourothcr1 aboutthefourothcns the four others What am a I going tolne to todo t todo
do for myself mnel or for my m family taml or for my myguest mytuelta mygueeta7
guest tuelta gueeta7 What Wblt Is 1 tho city going colnl to t provide providefor prde prdefor
for the hundreds h ndrf of thousands thoUandho who will wt be betho beto betlo
tho to guests luel of tho th city cty practically patcalyln In other otherwprds oter oterwrc otherwprds
wprds wrc visitors 1ltl s who ho have com cm here to t see seethis seethis ee eethll
this thll Notable Ctbl celebration celebraton7 ITsv II they got gotto cotto gotto
to stand ld oo the te sidewalk lldlk ten or twelve deep deepwith dlepwih deepwiththetalleistrowinfront
wih withthetalleistrowinfront with theillut Uio talft row rw In front front It I Itwoulduesin Itwoulduesinso would ald seem seemno
no 1 for us al near nflr as I can can ascertain Mceln there thlr 1 1Absolutely tbolutely Iabsolutely
Absolutely no provision PrvllloD made for them themXow themNoW themNow
Now NoW this Is I all al wrong rl It I may be too to late latato lat lateto
to corrqlt It but It I U Uis is I not noL It should lhuld ba bacorrected b I Icorrectedt
corrected crecteat crr at once It I la 1 all ailvell 1wel well enough eouth to toprovide t toprovUe
provide pret for r the x lect el ct but should w wo not notprovtd notprld notprovidiforali
prld providiforali provtd for all al ti te ije > e rest as well wU Wo W Wahay Wahayinvited ha haInlt have haveInvited
Inlt Invited theworld thworldtcm thiworldtocom to come and ad see se this th1 oslo cle oslobration
braion bration 3 rat Ion A 4 good cd part partcth of ottbe the world Is 1cm 1cmIl com coming cornfag ¬
fag Il but what are a wo wl going l to t do with It them themAccording tem temAccrlst themAccordinglo
According Accrlst to the thelirtpla present presentpIan plan the tbeinnnage tbeinnnagemeat manage management ma ¬
ment baa oversold onrlld the te house hoU There Ter will wi willbe
b be 3 standing tdlnl room rm only onl for thousands tousc and andtens ad adtnt andtens
tens tnt of thousands thoulde whereas wheru under uder a differ different duer dueret diEersot ¬
sot et ruling miDI they could be provided prlde with Ub seats seatseither seateither t
either through thrucb some Ime trade organizations organizationssuch oraaluton oraalutonsuch
such as a those thole I have th the honor to t represent representor rprt 1 1or
or o through thrUlh some speculator Ipelalr who hoof of course coursemaking our coursetaking I
making tknl advantage adva te of the situation IUAto Would wouk3e wad Wouldbe I Ibe
be out to t make money but who neverthe nevertheless nerh nerhM ¬
less M could ouldlle couldglve give u Ut us a relief rle which wll 1 be bamuch bemuch bemuch
much needed neeed I venture entur to make the pre prediction prediction ¬ I
diction dictio that of o stall all al the featftres retrM oT the cele celebration Cele celebratlon ¬
bration brtoD as Up1ne planned that which boa ha de deprived doprtvd ¬
prived prd the ordinary orl public publ of the privilege privilegeof pr1leae
of getting cetta reserved re psatIomwhero eat eatomcwhl < omewhero along alongthe alongthe on
I the rout rute of the parade Prad will I be b most mt criti criticised crt criticised ¬
cised clse PAUL RBVKIIB RBVKIIBNBW EZYZItONaw vJnB vJnBNRw
NBW YORK YOI September Sepembe 16 16A 16A 15A
A Call Cl for Sign 8r to Distinguish DIUDcb Buildings BuildingsTo Dnldle
To TB TJ vnz EDITOR or TUB Tn SEN SUSir 8VN2r Sir Con Considering Cn Cnalderln Coneidering ¬
sidering the thousands thousnd of strangers trancer whom whomJie whomte whomthe
the te coming comlnl HudsonFulton ludsob Flton celebration celebrton will willattract wi willattract
attract attrct to the metropolis metropll would It I not be bea
a sensible leJllble plan to erect erec or attach ttch an occa occasional oca ocaIioul occaslonal ¬
sional Iioul sign ID or arrow arow to inform intor the man in inthe Inthe inthe
the street as to where he Is and at t what he hela beI hoIs
la I looking toklnc Is I It fair to expect epet avisitor to topublish topublih topublish
publish publih his hi hi Ignorance ItDOraDce unnecessarily unneerDy trouble troubleothers troubleolberprhp troubleothers
others olberprhp perhaps equally Ignorant hrnrnt particu particularly prtcu partloulrly ¬ I
larly as a his hi mere presence Ptllenoe obviously ohvlo ay Indi Indicates mdicates ¬ I Ictl
cates ctl that lt hebos he behascoine bcme come to t town to t see Be and andearn andlearn nd ndlem
learn earn of r its Is wondrous ondr development Why Whynot Whynot Whynot
not hangout hne ou a aneat neat sign which In Itself Itaellmay Itselfmay
may n y solve Ilve a dozen doren doubts and answer aner all allquestions al allquestions
questions Queton I Instantaneously Instantnculy and correctly correctlyBlurting cretf cretfSlartn correctlyStarting
Blurting Slartn from the business bUllnel centre centre of the theBorough thebroueh theborough
broueh Borough the th General Geera Post Pot Omce the build building buid buidIDe buildlag ¬
lag bears no outward outwr sign or device dle that tbt It Itlouses Ithousel ithouses
housel houses louses the busiest buslelt post pt office In the world worldIslt worldIait orld
Islt ashamed iadlsptay ptay It It its name nvne7 e1 Next Nextcome Na Nextcoth
come cmM Cty citrllautark Cltr ItaIl lania1 < Pirk how howCJ can any nt on onIdentifyIt one oneidentifyit I IId
Id IdentifyIt ntylt Then T6n Printing Prlllnj House lo il Square Squaret equre equreIt
It t is Illhere there but buthownacltrnar how howcnn ran a stranger know kno 111The 111 It7The It ItThe
The City Ciy Hall lal perhaps per you have seen s en It IIismed Itn itnamed
named n mt a al such lucl on a apltl postal card cu printed printedn printe I IIn
In n Germany GemRny If I you youliavent havent hnentyou you will begin begino baIn baInto
to o wonder If no one In lilhlo inthis this great Iret city has b th thartistic the IherUstc theartistlosktll
artistic artistlosktll rUstc skill kl to t design dellll a suitable suitble suitablenarneplite suitablenarnepliteThe nameplste nameplsteThe nam lte
The County Court House
Cunty Curt 10uie mysteriously mysteriouslyrefuses mllerloullyrerlse mysteriouslyrefuses
refuses rerlse to t designate dtlnte Itself Ilel the Brooklyn BrooklynIrtdge Broklyn BroklynDrldle BrooklynBridge
Bridge Drldle Is a question Queton to most mOlt strangers strangersEven Itrntl strangersEven
Even the offices lack the
newspaper newepper otce name nameof nmeot nameof
of the marvellous marelou community they tey serve serveCome lere lereome serveCome
Come ome uptown sea the > > e magnificent magnificenthurches meDfon meDfonchurcheframlnl ingnthoentcburche
hurches churcheframlnl framing undertakers unerlaler signs Itna the thenmous thetlmoue thefamous
tlmoue famous nmous hotel hotIll club cub houses hou museums mUeum and andschool andschools nd ndIhol I
school Ihol each ea h graced arce with Ith a widely known knownname knownlaml knownname
name laml carefully careuly hidden or lost lo Why Are Arehe Aretbe Arethe
he owners all al bankrupt bankruJt Do you care to toesl todrl todeal
deal esl with ltb a concern cncern that tha will 1 not make Its Itaname Itsnrepublo ItsOtto
name nrepublo public How 10 can this thi glaring tlalne omls omlslon omlsIon omisslon
slon lon be corrected crete f NEMO NEMONBW NEMONz NEM0Nzw
NBW Nz Yonx September 16 16Canadian II IICaadl iSCanadian
Canadian Caadl Annalttei AnnaltteiFront AllaIU AllaIUFr AnasittesFros
Front Fr Dalit D4wCeu4r4n Dsivconztdarand Cenitilar and Trod Trad Report RiportiConsul RpF ReportConsul
Consul Frederick Ferck U Ryder ot lUmouskl Rsl fur furIshes fr frnlshe furniabe
Ishes nlshe the he following olJwr Information IorUoa concerning Ccrln tbe tbeannuities meannuIties b
anuite annuities act at of 0111 loos Inaugurated Ilulurl by the Canadian CanadianGovernment Caa CanadianGovernment
Government vemen The Te measure mesur originated orrlnaW with and andpassed a andpiseid
passed pl the Sedate Blat tl6i1 < M House UOUI of 0 Commons Cmmon mmons with wllhut wb wbout without
out ut a dissenting dllntn voice voc Annuities Ananltc from f t so t togem to toMOO
MOO e a year er are provided prvided upon UPI payment of 0 stated statedurns statedsums tacldIVID
urns IVID periodically or lump sum amounts Thai Thaiannuities TbeaDnulllre Tb Tbannuities
annuities are nonforfeltable and nd cannot b be seized seisedor seizedfor
for or debts of any II kind Premium may ma b be de deposited eleposlWet doposited ¬
posited In local post pol offices and In case a bene beneIclsry benenclarv beneficlary
Iclsry should die before annuity becomes pay payble pa paable payibie
able ble all payments made with compound Inter Interst intereat
e eat st at a J per per cent added Added1II will be paid to the heirs heirsrhe belrsThe heirsThe
The Government bears bersall all expenses of manage management menacement8 managelneflS ¬
ment ment8 aid 1 responsibility In connection with tb the thenderuxlng theundertaking beulldertalllnr
nderuxlng without charge or deduction of ofany ofanr ofany
any kind kindThat klodTh kiodthat
That Th this tllillnew new departure has every appearance appearancef
0 of f becoming popular la a shown by b the fact that thatie tbatbe thatthe
the ie sale of annuities during the seven months la lawhich lawblch inwhich
which these line been on sale ban totalled seas S203Ooo seastththe 1
Ooo with < tththe the prospect of 0 a total of 0 half a million millionollsrs milliondollan milliondollars
dollars at the close ot 0 the tb first year yearLed rearLee yearLed
Led Her Cow to School Schoolfrom SeIII1rom SchoolFrom
from Uu Kantai lCaru cUy CU Times TtmnUlss TI TI1I11S Timesisles
isles Edna Coclcrell formerly ormerl a teacher In the theTonkaira IbeTo theTonkawa
Tonkaira To 1ca public schools Is I a now assistant superin superineodenl Superinteodetit uperlnteodellt
eodenl ot the girls IIrtlndulrlaI Industrial school atdarVsontlM a at atdarVson ClarkaonW18II ClanisonMiss
Miss Writing to friends atTonkawa Tonkaw1I1Is Miss Cock Cockell Cockreli Cocknh
reli nh ell said lately The TbIlr1 girls are from rora 14 to 20 Gura year yearId yearsold
old Id Most of them are very poor people whom whomhnrch Wbomcbl1rcb whomcbptch
hnrch people have h glveif money to go to 0 school schoolOne eehooone sehoolOne
One podr pOdrllr1 girl came leading leadln a cow twentyfive twentyfivemiles tWMlIvomiles
miles She ls going oln to milk the cow eo night and andmorning andmornlna andmorning
morning and sell ell the milk to pay her tuition tuitionA
A Notable Omission OmissionTo
To m run EotTon or 0 TB Tat Sox SOIIir Sir NO live livetoelc liveIoclc liv livstock
stock only automobiles In Chicagos Taft T recjp recjploo rectI rectItloa rtqptine
tine parade Through the sevenfold panoplyof panoplyofH
1M H pride has Chicago been pierced by a nations nationslahaT nationba nationsbe
ba lahaT liar ha We had badboped hoped that the parade along alongMichigan alonrWlcblfoA alongMichigan
Michigan avenue would be made glorious by b bdrove a arove adrove
drove rove of choice beef ef steers with purple robes In Inolden Incoldelll ingolden
coldelll olden letters ln Inscribed In Observe our ecstasy Of Ofeaaontble tlfnasonble ofreasonable
reasonable pronti Choice cuts ta 1 cent a pound poundA poundrA
A QaotncD KACB KACBNBWIKI lacsNzwLRx Aca AcaN
NBWIKI N IIJ N NI J 7 September 1 1It IIt 15 15It
It Reaches Cactus Cact Coat CratrFrom ctFrom CoatFrom
From tin Dtntir Rtpubllcan RtpubllcanDown n4PUuC4DoWIIIIre RpubUcwsDown
DoWIIIIre Down here In laCaetuCentn Cactus Centre we was ullllln glttln some somewhat lOmeAI somewhat ¬
As to what rJ just t which = peeved peevedAs te tele pole le explorer was w to have ba his bllyru hisyarn
3 yarn am believed believedWe b llned llnedWe
We had took side In the matter and tb the poker pokertame pokercame pokergazer
tame was w shook shookWhile shOOVwhile bOOIeWb1Ie
While some rooted hard for or Feary and the others othersyelled otbersclled othersyelled
yelled clled for or Cook CookPoeo CoolePocoe CookP0cc
Poeo Johnson said loin siecrin that the com common commoa cornroes ¬
mon dally feed feedOt feedOf eedot
Ot the most of Cooks supporters was w a mess ot otloco 0 0lOCO oinco
loco weed weedWhereupon weedWbereupon weedWhereupon
Whereupon Hear Hawkins answered that It both bothrwl bothrec1 bothAred
Ared rwl him a heap heapWbenhe bea heapWbet p pW1IeIf
Wbenhe W1IeIf be found that bI Pearys boosters was wJel jest fit fitlor ftt10r 51for
for berdln sheep sheept
It t was then or shortly after that th the barkeep
ducked d uckeel his bead beadCause bea4Cause headCause
Cause the Ihati9SpbOre atmosphere wu vibrant with UM t1 woe woeOlllln sougThereasotindst ous ousel ¬
el Olllln flyln lead leadThere leadThere
There Thereasotindst was sounds of busted glasses r and th the door doorwa d dporWaen or orWU
wa clean unhinged unhingedWhen uDIIlllredWIlen
When we drifted nbtzte nbtztesidewalk to th be sidewalk somewhat somewhatpunctured lIOJDowbatpunotUred somewhatpunctured
punctured bruised aad singed singedJow aIIIceaNow iingeI iingeI5ow
Now Jow were trivia here In Cactus fer to keep keepabreast keepB1I keepabreast
abreast of thines thinesBut things thingsflul
But weve a draw drawed d on cJ one line quite firmly leae leaewe aenoeeountad sennewe
we counted up our stings stingsAnd stingsAnd tJlCsADd
And It any AIItlIIOfUl an north pole hunter hunlerco comas to lecture lectureat lect1UeWoU lectureaLblghcOst
at aLblghcOst aLblghcOstWell high b coat coatWall
Wall Inform him ft en he heopana epaa that tJIa6 he bea bound boundto
to git a ii a i frost froef froeM r
> Aaiaua OKAMIAIT
f
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TBS TEEMss3csI PELICAN PELICANStatical PELICAN PAJUs PAJUsa
Statical a arical New Orleans Extolled ExtolledTow Exte ed edTo a54 TT TTTown
Tow To Beet About bout Ita Batten BattenTo MUsIneHTo t
To TH J1I1 EDITOR or Tn TIIIC Sew SUNSir Sir Wa Waof W Wot Wof
of New Orleans like you very Veil eu euTOur d dyour gy gyyour °
your 1Un flints at our cheflahed chef lhed a DaYT vr y ywhich vblch ym ymwhich
which we think we e value more I Gnhlr sratthanyou c = nttlr nttlrthan j jthaQVou
thaQVou than you can and notwithstanding andnotl btandln the theTOU ra rayou fta ftayou
you poKe at tb thl ProgreMlve Union whtol whtolIs whcttts
Is a worthy organization In spitS of ofalonal oooa oooaalonal cocasional
alonal hysteria but we e do think that your yovrmusical vcnltmUllcal yourmusical
musical crltlo make toqmany fllns la at atu atuAnd us usnnd usand
And our rnodeat little opera A Al lair w day dayago dne dneatrO deZsago
ago be referred to an n opera which had boOn bMapreviously bt4IapreTlously boOnpreviously
previously siren or rather screamed In laNew InNe InNew
New Ne Orleansand Orleanl and yet as anwe wo all II know here herethe b btho ber berthe
the leading singer of that troupe almost almostwithout atmowithout almoiwithout
without exception had sailed lied for Franc Francbefore Fr PraCbefore e eMfore
before the ragged remnants of the company companystarted oompUlJtarted oompfth7started
started on their ill fated tour of the North NorthIt
It was not the New Orleans company companywhich ooml oomlhlcb oomianYwhich
which sane In New York but only a aable miser miserable 1Mri 1Mriable ¬
able and Dd incomplete survival surviralAgain survivalAgain urvlIAIrln
Again we see constant references la I your yourmusical yourmUlllc1 yourmusical
musical column to such works wO kallH kallHde as Herodi Herodiade flSro flSroado
ado de and Dd Samson et Dallla as prMentofe prMentofeIn
In New York for the first time In Am Am1rl Am1rlHow Amqnioflow rio rioHow
How absurd t We know them well bore boreTen berTen r rTen
Ten or at least eight years ago ao they the were wereput Were Wereput wereput
put on at the tbeDourbon Bourbon Street Opera nous nousand no nond flouand
and nd are familiar to us ul aa household word wordDo wordDo s sDo
Do you regard New NewOrieans Orleans as asa a foreign foreigncity torelncity foreigncity
city or ts I It ao far t r away that you leavelt leaveltoutside leave1outalde leaveltoutside
outside of your philosophy This town baa hsisooaso
300000 or more population It ho h holent on ancleat an ancient ¬
iii iiinerer
cleat and cosmopolitan civilization It 4m 4mnearer i inearer
nearer to Paris today than any Amriosri Amriosritown AmerlOlUttownnearer Amsrli Amsrlitownnearer
town townnearer nearer even than Horseflies Such Suahmen Sucman Suchmen
men a as Placid Canong MandovllI kiandsYiflOMarigny da daMarlgnjr clMullD7
Marlgnjr the Mlltonbergers th the Mlllatidoftaj Mlllatidoftajth WIIaD WIIaDthe
th the Bergondy I La Pious the Longeol act aa4u
a thousand others hare ha united the th two twomunlties twomunitlee dI dImunlttee < >
munlties and by constant oon tant InUroommunlotv InUroommunlotvUoa InteoommunUon
lion have hakept kept them In > cia o1oe touch tot olL olLthere Is 14there Isthere
there no musical art in Farts P or doe It all alloriginate auorlclnte alloriginate
originate In BarreuthT BarreuthTAgain DarreuthfAaID BayzeuthAgain
Again after twenty or more 1IIOreara yean of otcareful ofcareful ofcareful
careful examination I 1 hate Barer l1eTel knew knewyour od odTour btowayour
your crltlo to discover a vole Away AwayBook Awa7lSack Aw Awback
Book in the so SOs wa e of Now Ne Orleans Od Odoored dto dtocovered dl1covered
covered Madame Colson and a dozen othra othrawho oth otheewho ra rawbo
who afterward entranoedNew York N Nw NwOrlean NwOrleans r rOrleans
Orleans discovered the lady who ub IIlbi IIlbiQuently subquently ubquently
quently b became caane the tehead head ot Thodo ThodoThomass TheodThom TheodoMThomass
Thomass Thom company Madams FurschMaiZ FurschMaiZWhen FunCh PurscbM4 PurscbM4When I IWhen
When stager IJ1 ra coma to our town w we do doinquire aof aofInquire ne neinquire
Inquire Into their European suooesse aa4 aa4reputations at1 at1reputatlOl1ll sfldreputations
reputations Some ot them bar ba Bon BonWe ao aoWe noneWe
We measure them on their individual Indl11du1merlM Indl11du1merlMend merit meritand merltand
and acknowledge no notlther other standard Coj Cojstantino cotanUno C Cstantino
stantino sang In New Orleans and wo Wlthulutlc se seIhusiuticaliy al alIhuslastlcally
Ihuslastlcally lly applauded You YoufoUJ1d YoufoUJ1dlater found hteft hteftlater hI hIlater
later BresslerOianoll made her Boathere aamhere Boat 1C1there
here You adopted it When bar you youever youever
ever 1 gone one outside the beaten track of ea eatabllahed II1 II1tabUhed a atablished
tabllahed fame tamtame fame accepted and cerU cerUflod eerUfted crtlaed
flod to elsewhere ellIwhereand and proclaimed a genius genluafYou I1lIIYou geniusYou
You may myhave have done It but I do not know knOTTthe latcnrthe knowthe
the Instance You keep old singer Ilk IlkCampanlnl UnCampnlnl libCampanini
Campanlnl and De D Iteszk e zke and others Ion Ionafter 1oItrWlr long longafter
after their theirvoices voices are gone and sadhold hold them themaa tbunnp tbunnpas lIP lIPmodele
aa models Young people to whom homlook w wlook we welook >
look you ou dismiss as crude and vealy and andsee aadno andsee
see no merit In them themIt
It seems to me that t at leastyou might mighttake t ttake 1 1take
take a less haughty view of outsider A Aludgment AiJudament Ajudgment
judgment built upon established e repute raputaJons reputedons o 1
dons may maybe ba safe but bu certainly It la not noboriginal n notoriginal l lorltrlnal
original CftXObXi CftXObXiNEW CBZO CBZONzw CAZOLItNEW
NEW OBLIANS September 8c tember 14 14TOE UTBI CLTI1
TOE TI1 ETERNAL FEMININE FEMININEAn
An Earnest Interrogation by a aStudent 6 6Student lM lMStudent
Student of Detail DetailTo DetailTo DetailsTo
To rio EniTon OP THE SDK SUNSir Sir It Itwould t tould Itwould
would be a valuable contribution to our ourknowledge O osirknowledge 1 1knoledce
knowledge of Inconsequential though tl > ouch inter interesting In InIUnl intereating ¬
eating things If some reader of THB T z SON who whopossesses whopossesses het hetPOllleeetl
possesses more than ordinary acumen tn Inolrlng tn101In tnsolving
solving 101In the riddles of life would tell u us why wbYomen wh whwomen whywomen
women devoid of business training train In I always alwaysUa alwaytie iwsy iwsytie
tie up bundles and packages Irrespective Irrespectiveot
ot sire weight the distance the package pacullel pacullelto la lato o oto
to go or the manner In whlcK It U to ba Ncarried becarried bacarried
carried with lth the smallest string they can canfind oanfind canfind
find They seem to have > preference for forsawing lorInl forsewing
sawing Inl thread black generally and they ttieyusually tl1e1ullUally theyuwally
usually tie It In a long Ion If flowing double knot ksotI knothave
I have formulated an answer to toUon mY9 myouee myoueeUcn
Uon that seems em satisfactory atataC t < 17 and anl1wht what 1 1more It Itmore Iamore
more to the point the tb very fact that wmen wmenara w6meaare men menare
are habituated d to l this seemingly simple 1Ilmplepeaks act actspeaks es esipeak
speaks well for forIhelr thai r possession ot ora a Quality Qualityof qualllot
of mind mere men would do well welllO to posses possesIn OeIn possessin
In larger degree T T TSCWUIT T8UMMIT 1 1Suusclr
SCWUIT N J September ept mber 15 isVandalism 15VaaciaUsm 15C
C Vandalism la China ChinaFrom ClalaaFrom ChinaFrom
From UM North No China natty 14 Newt XtwtTbe INtTbe NewtThe
Tbe defacement of the beautiful tombs of ofemperors O Oemperors I Iemperors
emperors of 0 the Mine Win dynasty at 1 NaattUir NDklAiIon au aulong Ba Baone
one Ion I been 11 the subject of regretful oommeat oommelualD ecmmeatsrnongvlsitortothatancient among amongvisitors l1Cviallore
visitors vlsitortothatancient to that bDoJell andent and stonetlm Important Importantcity ImporUllcIy
city It will therefore be learned with feelttg feelttgof feelligsof 11li
of satisfaction that Viceroy Tuaa Fang has b taken takendetermined takaadelelrmlned takesdeternined
determined steps tepeto to prevent the continuance el elhis atthll ofthis
his vandalism vandalismBy
By his Jieell 1ce1lenC ncys orders a notice In laEDell Cnlne CnlneEnglish lneee lneeeng1lsh
English French Italian Russian Ru slaD and Genoa GenoaU GflmaaJa
U about to b be published stating that owing ta tapast tput 5 5pail
past acts of vandalism and defacement clefrem of tba tbamperlal tII tIIImperlal 1kImperial
Imperial tablets monuments and ancient relies reliesn uee ueeIn
In n the vicinity of the Ming 1110 tomb palings have haveK banbeeIt haybeen
been K > en erected erec for their preservation by b the Vice Viceroys VtetoroY1 Vicetoys ¬
toys order and visitors are arebfrelly hereby requested requestedto isSuesledtoabt4in QUNtt4toabalaln
to abstain from entering the palings plJln or from doing dotagearthing dO doinganything C Cr
anything = r I d dlril detrimental trlm nu 1a1 to the tomb and mono monomenu 1IIOQOmea monomeets
menu menuThe mea meetsThe t
The tTbe precaution has b not no corns a day too 1oJand soon soonand soonand
and It merely remains to efface the traces ot otpast otpastdesecration past pastesecratlon putdee
desecration dee and to restore wherever possible potslblwhat IIOMfbleWbat possiblewhat
what baa been thrown down cl WII as 1 for example eumpleClrved tft tftcarved ike ikecarved
carved balustrade ot 0 the tbehridre bride that unites unltetwo unitisths unitisthstwo to towo
two wo anterior courts of the tomb tombProtection tombIreteoUoa tombProtection
Protection for the tt lIe lIeProm LienroM n nfrom
from roM M 1M London GlOSS etrDle GlOSSA GJoOA
A strange petition has b been received yecetveiat at the theFrench th thFrench therench
French Colonial Office from toe eoUwltta eoI llJt of ofTench ofFnnob ofyrench
Tench Uganda UlaD4a1t II prays for the prouctWo m of othe ofthe I Itbe
the he Don from the be gun UII of 0 the hunter ea the ground groundbat groundthat
bat b the king of beasts Is alone able to rid them themof lb theeof
of 0 their enemies the be herbivorous animals tb tbdeer the thedeer I Ideer
deer the elephant and the rhinoceros It seems seemsthat I seemsthat I Itb
that hunters were rigorously restricted as a to the thenumber tholIumb th thnumber
number r of these UI beasts which they could kill killalthough killalthough
although the license cost from OO 50 to Leo Con Cosaequently 00 00aequenly Consequently
aequently they have Increased and multiplied to tosuch 10lUe tosuch
such lUe an extent that b the colonists are now calling catlingupon callingupon
I IaaUnllloa
upon the home authorities to protect the extern externnatlng externinaming j
naming aaUnllloa lion Only La Fontaine could do d Justice JusUcenl to tothis toIbis
this sltuauon sltuauonTh lIuaUollI lIuaUollne
I
Th ne Frlests of Harlevllla College CollegeTo CoIIecTO
I Idpalcb
To TH vHS HOnOR or Tan StnISlr Scv Sir A Uontreal Uontrealdespatch Uoatre1despatch
despatch In TBK Ta Suy of September 10 sees n that thattwentyfive thattweniyflve I Itwenlyftve
twentyfive priests are excommunicated No Noone Noone 11 11one
one U excommunicated nc mrnunJeated according to the tl thEtnith thEtnithThese truth truthrbese trtlthTheae
These priests have come In the diocese ot 0 Uontreal Uontrealo
to o open a college aa a they had bael1I01 sot th h permission perfaliskmof 1
of 0 quitting their own diocese the tbAr Archbishop Archbishopof
of Montreal does not no allow them themto to say samasein samaseinhis BUM xna1n xna1nhi In Inils
hi his ils diocese but no censure no excommunication excommunicationlasbeen O1comm ezccmrntnicationhasbeen lcat1oa lcat1oabill
lasbeen bill been pronounced against them ThecaseU ThecaseUexamined TheaUexamined Tbg caneli caneliexamined
examined by the proper authority authorityIABB authorityLASSS ii
IABB PK PsnantB PsnantBVisitor PaxisVisitor il ilJtor
Visitor Jtor ot oCtile the Catholic School SchoolUotrraSAL SrtlooJaMOIfTloL rtoolgU0WTSZAI
UotrraSAL September 15 15From ISVIme 15I
JJ JJFrom
Clams la Hlaewlen MaineWateriFrom
I J JAa
From the Lucliton Journal JournalAn JournoAn
An attempt Is to be made to Introduce th thamous nImou ste stefamous
famous Massachusetts and nho IUIGdo < l Island clams clamso
10 o Maine waters and nd two NO men from Massachu Massachusetts WuaacbuMtta Mausebuestta ¬
setts and others who are ate to 0 be sent Her by y Com Commissioner C commissioner m mlII1u1ontr ¬
missioner of 0 sea and Shore Fllhcrlea James DoD Doname DoDbue Deedhue
me will begin t t5 e work abouf abcu the first of 0 October OctoberThese Oct OctoberThese ber berThe
These The clams are re very Urge and have h very sirywkite sirywkiteshells whits whitsshells bleahells
shells and command a much higher price 1n the themarket themarket be bemarket
market than the Maine product At A the latt lattegUlature 1 1Leclalture tessLegislature
Legislature people Interested In the subject sue suceded sueeeded Utoeded
oeded eded In getting an appropriation from tt tttate be theStatS beSIa
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