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F Manhattan New ew York rl President lrldfnt of the Asso Assodstlon IO IOcUc uO uOciatIe
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Municipal Direct DIrec 1rlmarles 1rlmarlesexperience IrlmarleTbo rlmarluW
W Tbo e experience exprence of Indianapolis Indianapli in the thematter ther theznatter
matter st of direct dir primaries prmare continues ctiue to toIlluminate tomuinate tolllumLnato
Illuminate muinate the whole subject of o this CD CD1tprr contemporary con contemporary
1tprr temporary effort eror to achieve political pltcl re refterm ra ratfor rec
fterm c forin Months Ionthl ago we w reprinted rprnt from fromthe from1the fromthe
tfor 1the the leading leinp journals jouras of that town tw tho thofrank thoI
T I frank fr confession cnelon that the te municipal municp di direct din directprimary ¬
rect n rectprimary primary prma had been bn a disappointment disappointmentand dlMppinbent dlMppinbentad
and ad nd a failure falur Both the News Neis and the theStar theSarar thei
i Star Sarar asserted that 4ho he direct dirct primary primaryhad primar
Jhad had not enlisted enllte candidates candidat of a desir desirable deir deirf ¬
k f able ale character cacter had not materially materiallychanged materialy materialycg materiallycbangd
changed the conditions cnditon of nomination nominationi nomnation nomnationt
t i and cg had entailed entaie an enormous enonoW and in inA in4defenile indefensible
A 4defenile defensible expense expI upon upn both bth tho tax taxi ta taxpayere
J i payers par and d the candidates an expense expensej expne expnet ezpenetwhich
t which far the were con conft concirned
j fwhicbM so o as taxpayers wpayor cn cnre
ft cerned re was wI wa without wthout material matrial benefit benefitIn beneft beneftIn
In another an ter column clUn we reprint rprntthe the re recent r recent ¬ i ifGent
fGent cent comment cmment of r the IndianapolisStar IndianapolisStarupon Indiaapli tar i iupn
upon upn certAin crn significant lgni cnt postelection postelectionresults pOwlecton pOwlectonflult poatelectioniesult
flult results flowing foing from lr the to direct dirt pri primary pritfltWV ¬ i imar
mary mar tfltWV TlTf T Thstatetent statement statelent here made mae is that thatthe tbat1tte thatthe
1tte the expenaeof epnorthe the primary prim r for tho tQ site stiooeesful IUo siteceeaful i
oeesful Cful candidate was so 10 great that he heiff heable i iwl
iff wis able to meet it only by promises promll to toappoint toappoint I
appoint his hi financial fnancal backers backer if elected electedIt electe electedThe I
It The Te Pint discharge dicharge of these thc debts in this thisfashion thistfuhlon thisfathion
tfuhlon fashion at tho present time moreover moreoveris morver
is 1 a scandal Indal in Indianapolis Indlanapls and practi practically pract practilly
cally cly lly impJHrBthe imptthe possibility pOllbity of a acesifuI BUC BUCl SIC i iCful
l cwwful Cful municipal muncpnlllmlniraton administration administrationThe aiministrationThebole
The Thebole e hole plc experience csprence of Indianapolis Indianapolisaa Indianapol I
aa wefcave w hve c steadfastly steadf8t insisted insiste is il val valuabie vatin
uabie tu in the extreme in its 1 bearing barng upon uponA upn uponou1pca1
A r oujiipcal 1 problem prblem Not ot that the failure failureotjttrcct raiure raiureprmlrlC failureottect
> otjttrcct primaries prmlrlC there ther was wnl unique but butkbpcVuso hutF hit1uso
F kbpcVuso 1uso u they have had there ther the most mostfsyvorable mORtf mostfevorable
f fsyvorable Oble trial and the causes cause of their theirnJi theirdon
7 nJi eakdown don may mayn in n sense sne be b regarded regarded4sconstitutional rgare
1 i 4sconstitutional Mtutonl rather rlthe than local lol The Themjrce T Therco
of evil the excessive excessivepcnditure ezeessivipcnditure
J mjrce rco gravest grave eXcive eXcivet
t i pcnditure c ndlture of money mone has ha already alreadyc alreadyi
i fafchned c some sme of Governor Govepwr HuatiESa HuatiESaT HUG ESS ESSuncmproising
T m ine > s uncompromising Govtfor adherents Thus ThusfyttiaJStcning T1 Thutt1ejreithtg
1 fyttiaJStcning thf < rtnlnl Po Foul has ill lately advised avis the theGovernor theto theCloternor
Governor to amend his present bill bi to toY t tomeet
lmet Y meet this i evil evilan an oblique oblque admission admissionit admlSion admlSionftat admissionthat
it ftat that his h hI original orginal measure was defective defectivein defetve
in 1 this thi particular particularThere particularti icular icularIfTer
IfTer ti There is however a 1 question qUeton that thateemn thateemn
11 eemn to ua u 8 to have an even more moreImportant mor moreimportant
flprnt Important bearing b11i i laying I ing aside aide the thegreater thefcter thegreater
fcter greater problems pr < blemlof of direct dlnt primaries primarie in inState Ineleions In8tate
State elections eleions is there any n reason reag to tobelieve tofJleve tobelieve
fJleve believe that tiat direct dintpar party primaries primares are arepracticable Ire Irei areI
I < practicable i r ci ctIable a le for municipal municpal elections elecioD in inthis Initi ini
iti i this tiaStateat State Stte at all al Direct primaries prmaie prirnariesobvi prirnariesobviOdsly obi obviously obily ¬
rule the dis disricta dist
ously ly impose impse parly pary rle upon
t t jc ricta cities dte or States tatC that adopt them themJi themV themIf
Ji V 1 New Se York city ct is I placed plac under the di dict dlIlrimal
4 Tect ct primarj Ilrimal law it it must mltt thereafter thereafterhoosc therelrer therelreri thereafterchoose
i < choose hoosc its itl municipal officers ofcr from a Re Remblican ReJ Repubikan
J pubikan mblican ublca Tammany or Heart Hearst ticket ticketrusion tcket tcketUion ticketi
i rusion Uion of fan any sort lort is II completely cmJletel pro proilbited pro proibited
ilbited became bclu helItlwraeh each party pary is 1 compelled compelledmonths cmple compelledionths
g months Jontl tblte before bfore election electon to submit lubrit to its itsy is isE Ititparty
party y members membtl a I party ticket Once Onceupon Onceaased n nI
E I aased upon by them Ihe ticket tcket is II fixed fixedotbexvithdrawnandnuiflt fxe fixedjannotbewithdrnwnantlnitist
W otbexvithdrawnandnuiflt ot b wihdrwRand mUlt be b placed placedfcpon plac placedzpon
fcpon zpon n the final fnal ballot bnllotIt
l It I l requires no demonstration dcmon lrlol to show showhat Ihow Ihowy showthat
y that hat the whole development of our bent Irxulpolitics bentpoIitic
Ii pltc poIitic politics in recent reent years enrl linn hat l been > een away awayrom awn awayt v vrtro
t rtro from rom party in this tbil city dl STRONU HTIIS I 1ad Low Lowii w wi
ii i ad jid the present fusion fU8iol ticket tic1el were wer Me M K tieected >
ected e ted ld by u 1 general enerilonpaltilnl nonpartisan pooling poolingf oolng oolnghtrength
< > f strength But Blt one Republican Heplhlcan lie ticket Heketth ket ketrith
rith th only Republican Republcan candidates e aldidal has hasi
4 i ven en n been bn nominated nomlnalfd in recent cam camlaigns cainaigna lunt
t laigns agne and ad its defeat was WI overm overwhelming overwhelmingtour helming helmingIn
In four recent reent municipal municpal elect electon ions fusion fusioncampaigns rllion rllioncpgns fusiont
t campaigns have elected one 011 Mayor and andtwice nndic andi
i twice cpgns twicehavewresteU ic have wrested wrctt actual acttialeontrol control eOltrol of the thetiity I thel het
t l tiity ety eityaffalrs affairs aair from frorTamman frorTammanTe froinTarnmanyIhe Tammany Tammanys
s The Te development in the local locllliuaton locllliuatonmorver situation situationmoreover situationrtoieover
moreover morver has hW not been accidental accdental The Theassertion Ihe Iheiarlonofhe IheadertIOI1
iarlonofhe assertion of ofthe the doctrine Unit city ety elec elections olectionit Ieec ¬
tions t9 ehould be b e separated lpnmle from the par partsan parUnnideratoM partsan
c tsan UnnideratoM > considerutions of State Stlte and nn la latbnal natibnai nntibnal
tibnal tbnal elections eletoM hat IH been IJm reoognied reeognl1f1 in inconstitutional Incntitutional inconstitutional1
cntitutional constitutional convention cOIenton and Ind promul promulgated prrul pirnitIgated ¬
1 gated gt by nil al civic bodies hoelel which have havesought litivea
a h sought ught to secure lecure decent and intelligent intelligentadministration Inteligent Inteligenttaiiltraton intelligentadministration
taiiltraton administration for fOIlhll this city In fart filllld filllldi and andIn aiiIIn
In i theory ther the partisan pariln element has hnl been beenv beensteadily
i v steadily aiy excluded excude its 11 influence Inluenee steadily steadilydiminished Htendiy Htendiydlished
dlished diminished until Illi it bias hal reached racht an ap aptJ alljp tipfI
fI tJ ximate minimum in I lie Ih latest
proximate mlolmll II latet eleu eleuf plectOM ele eletins
f jp tOM tins tlbuflW
Governor HnsiiKs8 HIHHftt direct r ct primary primaryllll Ilrirlrb
b bill llll would utterly tterly reverse the situation situationIt fitulton fitultonIt
5 It It would limit lmit alt 11 parties parllP ID II the I lit choice choiceof dlle dlleItcr choicewor
wor Itcr > of party pary candidates it would wluhl insure inllre the thecasting thecoating
1 casting ctng of the bulk bllk or the vote le in three threeparty threl threeparty
party Py columns collln It would wOlld preclude prldldf all alli ni tillJ
J i possible eible fusion such Ilch an 1M has hl Niiueeded Niiueededi Ile efec
I i i in n recent rent years elf Party Pur y romini fomlileC comuuuittees comuuuitteeswouldnominate teen teenwould
itouldnomlntc would wouldnominate nominate in July party primaries primariesfurmid prilarlC IrinlarieswpuId
furmid be b held in early rary September the theT thenswll theresults
T results nswll of the party pnry Primaries Ilrmtrel are Iro MIS MISceptible IUI 511gceptibbe
tcptblo ceptible of no modification moifcaton Mr I PAR PARleojtaand Pai
i leojtaand SONS 8 and Mr WOODHUFF WOOIRCYF Mr Ir MURPHY MURPHYv MURPHYuid tunrH tunrHra
ra v uid Mr lr McCooEY Mr Ir HBAIIST HEAIT and his hisa hil hiswould
a MviJ vlsers would each tch name lame n I ticket tclel their theirilfaUowers I theirI hel r rqowe
ilfaUowers I 41owers within their party lines ln would wouldfcept wOlld wOlldpt
k qowe fcept pt these the8 or name nat nan a alr party ticket bet betiter bot betI
iter I t pleasing their teir fancy fanc But three threePpirty threQfp
Ppirty tickets tcket would be assured 8sure and the theOters thepter theyotera
pter fp Oters would woud be limited lmit to a choice choicetttween choiceI choiceI
I tttween them themplrect themL
I wen
4 L plrect p primaries prie may mayor or may my not be beIHAwIrable b beJiisIrabJe
X IHAwIrable 1 JiisIrabJe t able in the to State Stte politica poUtc of Now N Np p ew
ir Id
v 1c i
4 i Y
York Y kToquoton Tho Thoqiestion question is still till UI open op to tde lode lodebste de defate >
fate k But the folly foly of extending ox tnding thento them themt themto
to t the municipal muicpl elections eletioM of thin th city cty ii iifor il Is Isfar
for constitutional constitutionaconvention constitutionalconvention
fa more apparent By cMUutonal1 cMUutonal1cnventon
convention cnventon the nonpartisan nonparlan theory th ory ry for foimunicipal formunicipl formunicipal
municipal municipl elections eleton has lM been bn enunci enunciated enunc enunciated
ated ate But the direct dirc primary primar as advo advocated advo advocate advocated ¬
cated cate by the Governor Goveror is i partisan prisn in its itiessence is isen itsessence
essence en It I is hard har to understand understandtherefore undettand undettandtheJfore understandtheiefore
therefore theJfore wh why the glamour of tho mo moment mo moment mement
ment and the attraction of the Gover Covernors Governorl Governors
nors norl advocacy have succeeded luce in lead leading leadin leadjag
jag in so 8 many of the strongest stronget advocate advocateof advoatM advoatMof
of the nonpartisan nonparisn city cty campaign anc anctho and andtho andthe
tho champions champion of fusion uion movements t tsupport to tosuppr tosupport <
support suppr a measure meWur such luch as a the Hinman HinmanGreen HinmanGrn unmanGreen
Green Grn bill bi which insures iure a return rtur t tpartisan to topri topartisan <
partisan pri n campaigns and therefore therfore to tcTammany toTamman toTammany
Tammany Tamman domination dominationThe dominton domintonThe
The Grand Grnd Army Arm of Federal Km Kmplovees Em1107ev m mIlloy <
plovees ploveesIt Illoy IlloyI
It I appears appa from frm advance avac notices notic o othat of ofthat ofthat
that that sterling ltrlng publication publcton the Govern Government Gver Government
ment Blue lue Book ok for 1900 10 that trium triumphant tru truphant triuinphitnt ¬
phant bureaucracy is marching on at It the thedouble thedouble th thdouble <
double quick In 1007 117 there ther wer were some me
900000 30 Federal lKer hired hir men and ad women womenIn
In 1809 IV 1U there are aresome37O000 some me 370000 300 An aver average averae averageannualincreasoof32000 ¬
age ae ageannualincreasoof32000 annual increase Incre of 32000 320 Thegainb Thegainbsomewhat Te Thegainissomewhat an is isImewhat
somewhat Imewhat more than 10 per cent cnt a year yearAt yearAt yearAtthis
At Atthis this thi rate rateand rateand and there is i small smal reason rCln to tcsuppose to8UPp tosuppose
suppose 8UPp that it will wi not be b increased increasedninco Incl increasedsince
since Ii ne the passion pa ion for Government Goverment regu regulatioii r regulatloil
latioii laton and interference interfernc shows 8hoWI an in increasing i increasing ¬
creasing momentum momen niomentumthegrandarmy tum thegrand t he grand army any ol olplacemen orplaomeu ofplacemen
placemen will iloon noon amount to a million millionand mlion mlionund millionand
and still sti it will wi go inarching on onThis ons onThis
This s we take it is one of the grand grandends grad gradendl grandends
ends endl for which the Government Goverment was es established e established ¬
tablished tablshe to make office ofc andfeed and feed tin tinfaithful thofaihul thefaithful
faithful faithfulI faihul faihulIAtn faithfulLatin
I Latin a tin America and the Orient OrlrntThe Orlnt1he OrientThe
The attitude attude of the Department Dpatment ol olState of ofSbt ofState
Sbt State indicates that the Administration Administrationis odmlnitraton odmlnitratonis
is more mor interested intert in our trade trae relation relationwith rlations rlationswith relationswith
with the far East at than tha in our business busincsiwith businC businCwith businesswith
with Latin Ltn America Amerca Tho soundness lundne o othis of ofthis ofthis
this policy plcy is open opn to question queton Th ThAmerican The TheAmerica TheAmerican
American America people pople have of course CUI gen general gn gneral general ¬
eral interest in various aioul other phase phaseof phM8 phM8of phasesof
of our relations rlatonl with wih other cob countries cun cuntrie cobtries ¬
tries trie but their special epial interest intrt is i in intho intho intho
tho line lne of commerce lrer in opportunities opportunitietfor opprlwlte
for buying and selling selng and in the en enlargement enlagment enlargement ¬
largement lagment of market An A a market markelfor mrket mrketfor marketfor
for our products prouc the countries cunte to the thesouthward theuthwar thesouthward
southward uthwar are ar demonstrably demonstably of greater greaterpresent jater jaterprcnt greaterpresent
present value to us and ad probably more morepromising mor morpromiling morepromising
promising as 8 markets makeu in the immediate immediatefuture immeiate immeiatefutur immediatefuture
future futur than tha are the countries cuntrl across acrossthe acrossthe rOI
the Pacific Pacifc Ocean OceanThe Ocan OcanThe OceanThe
The commercial cmmercal value of ltn Latin Amer America AmerIc Amerlea ¬
lea Ic as I measured meaure by it It its imports imporR is il now nowabout nowabut nowabotit
about abut SI 000000000 1000 a year yer That Tat figure figurewas fgr fgrWM figurewasP
was reached rache in 1007 197 The e world wide widecommercial widecmmercial widecommercial
commercial cmmercial depression reduced reuein redu ed the total totalto
to soo 000000000 in 1008 t18 The e present prnt cen century cn cntur centiiry ¬
tury tur opened with wlh imports impr of about abut aboutxJn000
50000 00000000 xJn000 On a 1 basis bis of the average averageimports averageimprs averageimports
imprs imports for the years er 1007 IG7an and 1908 08 the theLatin theLtin theLatin
Ltin Latin American Americanincrt increase alone alol8 since since1K09 line
1K09 IKD is i about abutS 85 per pr cent cnt of the total totalimports ttl ttlImpra totalimports
Impra imports of Ir China lii a Japan Japn Hongkong HongkongCorea Iongkong IongkongCorea UongkongCorea
Corea and Manchuria In total value valuethe valuethe valuethe
the itnx Impors imports > rta of ofLatln Latin lln America Amerc are ar nearly nearlydouble nearlydouble nearlydouble
double those thol of the th combined cmbine import importof Imprl Imprlor
of the countries cuntries of the he Asiatic Asitic coast cooatnorth Ct Ctotl coastriorllidf
north riorllidf otl of r the twentieth twerUet parallel pal 1 of lati latitude lat Intlttide ¬
tude Tliis shown IhoWtbep showstbopresent tho present nt value of olthe ofthe ofthe
the respective r ptve markets marlets In pace pa of ofcommercial oflmmercal oftonnuercial
commercial lmmercal development development during durng recent recentyears rcnt rcntear recentyears
years ear Latin ltn America has outstripped outstrpp the theOrient theOrient theOrient
Orient In volume of increase Incea our ourneighbors ourneighbr ourneighbors
neighbors neighbr lead in a proK proportion > rtion rion of about abouttwo nbut nbuttwo abouttwo
two toone tooneThe loonehe tooneThe
The he percentage of increase increl in imports importsUy iprs iprsI
Uy I some smo of the leading nations natonl in the therespective therspctve therespective
respective rspctve regions regionlin in the last ten yean yeanH ear
11 Is H shown in this thll table tableUTIM tablelnN tableIAUS
UTIM AUEIIIC Ail 4 THE ORIENT ORIENTArgentina OllaK OllaKrrrnln ORISXTArgentina
Argentina rrrnln 114 I China 73 73Braall 73Brail 73Brazil
Brazil Brail 75 7 Japan a aChile 37 37Chit 7 7Ci
Chile Ci 11 11Mexico 161lfeso 151Ursko
Mexico UrskoIt IU IUIt 13 13I
It I is II probable that the next ten tn yean yeanrepeat yeal yealwi yearswill
wi will repeat repat the experience exprienc of the ten tenyear tenear tenyear
year ear period prio now closing cosing China and andlapan andJapn andJapan
Japan Japn will wi increase incra their purchases purch 8 but butthere bt butthere
there is little ltte or no good go reason ran for belief beliefhat blef blefthlt beliefthat
hat thlt the increase Incrl will wi bo b as a rapid or at atreat 1 1prlt usgreat
prlt great reat as a the increase in Latin Lto America AmericaIn omerin omerinn
In n our relations relatons with tl the > e Orient there is isa iaa Isa
a a sentiment sntment which does doe not exist e t in our ourrelations ourrelatoM ourrelations
relatoM relations with wih our neighbors neilhb l of the theWestern theWCter theWestern
Western WCter Hemisphere Jemi phere We have sent sentmany lnt lntmany sentmany
many missionaries missionarie to the far flr East and andthrough andthrough andthrough
through that experience many of our oureoplu ourIIoplu ourpeople
people IIoplu > have acquired acuire an interest Inler l that thatJOOM Ihlt IhltO thattiocs
JOOM O not exist in the case 1 of those thos lands hmdIn landslit
In 11 which our missionary efforts torl have haveKMMI Iavelen havebeen
len been KMMI limited lmie lAtin America has dis disturbed d18tubd distuirbed ¬
turbed tubd and offended olended us with wih its is Castros Castrosits Caslr08IH
its and its revolutions revolutionsand revoIiitionand
IH Xelnyns lnl iK frequent nwolllion nwolllionld
and ld political poltcal disorders dilordcrK There ha boon boonand beonand beenand
and still Iti is a disposition dillloRllon to regard relart the theCoHtroH theCoalrOH theYastros
CoHtroH and Zclayas Zla a as a representative representativerulers rpreHnlal C CrllMRlnd
rulers rllMRlnd and to consider revolution rloluton an the thenatural thenatural thenatural
natural and perennial condition cnditol in all allIjatin al allLatin
Latin ltn American Amercan countries The he truth trth i ithat ithat ithat
that the I political pltcal progress proglIf progreseof of those Ihol roun rountrie cohntries ountrie
trie tries trie rivals rvals their economic progress progretwTho progrlA progressThe
Tho day da of the tle dictator dlctltor and the revolu revolutionist revolutoniltllpaling revolutionist ¬
tionist toniltllpaling in positing and ad the coming year yearwill yean yearswill
will i b bl be < > characterized charact rize by an increasing increasingfxlitical increlinpoltcal increasingpolitical
political poltcal stability HtKbit and increasing Increllng Indus Industrial Industrial Induistrial ¬
trial and nd commercial rnimercll enterprise enterpriseThere enterpr enterprThere enterprise1hore
There should 11ould bo b no 10 neglect of our ourOriental ou ourOriental
Oriental Oleltal interests intere t but OH a market for forour rorour forour
our products and as a promising proming field fuid for forcommercial Corcommercial forconunerciat
commercial exploitation exploiaton I atin < America Americalends Americl Americaheads
lends the Orient by a long stride Dur During DurIli Ourlug ¬
lug Ili the last ten years yeat our sales IIC in the theOrient theOrienl theOrient
Orient have been ben increased Inrea by lens 1 than thanHOiHMioiKi than40IJMIc than4oowutsgu
HOiHMioiKi 40IJMIc while whlo our sale lale in Latin LatinAmerica Iatn IatnArer LatinAmnericit
America Arer n have IIL Iwen increased Increuld by more morethan more11an morethan
than 11an Sl2OOtNP i nIOJO < MTOOoo
A Illfl J II I on the t hI Canal Commission CommissionPresident COtlll Contiti lisbon lisboniresident slfn slfnPresidenITArH
President PresidenITArH TOTH faith in II the opening openingof opning opningof
of tho Panama Canal elnal on January Januar 11015 11015will f 1915 1915wI l91 l91will
will wI hardly hardl be shared in Spain Spin from fromwhich tromwhich fromwhich
which some lome of the most 10KI useful ulrl1 and de dependable depndable dependable ¬
pendable pndable laborers laborer are obtained ohta le by the theomnfuwion themm theCeinniission
omnfuwion mm lon if the following folowinl exposure exposuret expsur
b by t > y Kl fl Diluvio Jillio of Barcelona Barclona In II taken seri seriously 8rl sen senously ¬
ously a M it probably will wi be beOn b beoil
On the hI majority malorl of the Ih Hallin Ilan steamshipswlilrti steamships
which touch at L Central American ports pri iher here re return reo reotlrn retItril ¬
turn tlrn tu Spain Ipal hundred of those lloe unhappy Span Spaniard Spnlard spanlards ¬
lard who I io recruited rerlied In Spain Ipln by Yanxee YanteeWent agents agentsent rnl
Went ent to LI Panama roona to try ty their fortune fortlne fortuceon on 01 Iheranal Iheranalwork the ranal ranalworl r5nswork
work worl which will wi unite unle the lh Hull Oul 7uiiof of Mexico wlh wt th the thePacific IheIacln h hlaetflt
Pacific Ocean Ocrn The lot of these thfepoor poor laborera laborerawho lborer liborerwho
who return rerm to their native country la I mo moa most t sad sadThere ladTbere sadThere
There a cruel crel climate clmte the terrible lerble fever fever and andcounties andclnlna addcoOntiess
counties clnlna penalties have han decimated dtclmae the white whiteworking wble wblewor whiteworiIdg
working wor lnc population and the aurvlvon urlvon of uch sueiealamlites uchcalamities uel
calamities claml art ar 1 Infirm Illm beings brlrl veritable verlble walking walkingskeletonstbat ws1kth ws1kthskeletoni lr lrkleton
skeletonstbat skeletoni kleton ttL that return retr to their tlel couatry coulLr useless uselessDauled uele U les lesDazzled
Dazzled by b the Ue prospect prpc of 4 dally dal wsga wseof pof of tl tlold Ncold sagold
cold old there weal wefltto eno to Panama PuIlaaumeable Innumerable SptnUb 5PIbh
laborers reduced today to some me few dotena dotenaby dae daeb dogeniby
lb rue td
by b reason r re son r othe ofbe deadly dral climate climateThis cu cuTis ciiutaieThis
This Tis soundfl lbo sotinds like a moderate roerte state statement state statement statemeat ¬
ment of conditions cniUOM as a they existed existe in inthe intho inthe
the darkest dnrket days day of the DeLcsseps De Lp occu occupation o opton occupotion ¬
potion pton and nd for that reason ra on the Spanish Spanishpeople Spnish Spnishpple Spanishpeople
people pple who rernernborlho remembr 1 he scandal Bandnl of the theFrench theFrench theFrench
French failure falur and aro ar not too toJaiar toJaiarwth toofamiliar toofamiliarwith familiar familiarwith
with wth the sanitary sniar achievement of Colonel ColonelGOBOAS ColonelGonoAs ColonelGonoAs
GonoAs are ar likely lkely to be deceived bde lve by the thoimposture theimpstur theimposture
imposture impstur We have no doubt doubt that the thesturdy thestury thesturdy
sturdy stury peasants pant of the northern norher pro provinces proInc prowlaces ¬
laces Inc are needed neee for public publo works work and anddevelopment a anddevelopment
development at home which would wouldaccount wouldacount wouldaccount
account acount for the revelation and warning warningprinted waringprinte warningprinted
printed printe in the Barcelona Barlon newspaper newspaperIn nespapr nespaprIn
In September Sptembr there were wer 3080 308 Europeans Europeansemployed Europols Europolsemploe Europeansemployed
employed emploe on the canal according acring to a areport arepr areport
report repr mode mae by the Commission Commilon The Themajority Te Temajorty Themajority
majority majorty of them were Spaniards Spaniardswhoso Spaniar Spanlartlswhose
whoso whOo maximum maimu pay py was W twenty cents centsan cnt
an hour and the minimum minimu sixteen sixten cents centsbut cnt centsbut
but most rot of tho Spaniards Spnlar were wer em employed employe employed ¬
ployed ploye at the higher wage wae Besides Beide the thoSpaniards theSpniarl theSpaniarda
Spaniards Spniarl there ther were Italians Itlan and andGreeks andGrk andGreeks
Greeks Grk among the laborers labrr imported importedfrom impore
from frm Europe Europ All Al of them have free freequartern fr frquarem freeqtlarters
quartern quarem and ad can cn procure prore the necessa necessaries ne nere necessaries ¬
ries re of life lre for less 10 than current curnt cost ct in inthe inthe inthe
the United Unit States State Altogether Altgether between betweensix btween btweeneix
six and seven svon thousand thoulnd laborers labrr have havebeen havebn havebeen
been bn brought brouht from frm Europe Eurp About Abut About1GO0
1500 15 of them have ave left lef the Isthmus Iallua to toearn toear toearn
earn ear better bter wages wage in Brazil Bri where wher the theGovernment theGovermcnt theGovernment
Government Govermcnt is not likely to concern concernitself concernitself < ncr
itself itsl about abut their health healh or look after aftertheir afer afertheir aftertheir
their interests Interl in any way wa Homo Smo 4000 4000of 40 4000of
of these thee laborers labrer remain on on n the Isthmus Isthmusand IHlhmu Isthmusand
and the Commission Commllion sets stl such luch a value valueupon vaue vaueupn valueupon
their services that subordinate subordinatewill
upon upn sric no subrinate subrinatewi
will wi be allowed alowe to impose Imp upon upn them themThe themThe themThe
The committee cmmitte which has been ben going goingup
up and ad down the Zone this month in inspecting insptng inspecting ¬
specting sptng the Commissions work to togather togather togather
gather information infonaton for a report rpor to toCongress toCongr toCongress
Congress Congr would do co well wel to take te notice noticeof notc
of tho stories ItoriC circulated circulate in Spain Spin to toembarrass toembrls toembarrass
embarrass embrls the Government Goermentne Governmentone one of ofthose ofthoae ofthose
those stories atore related rlated to a 1 dynamite dynamiteexplosion dyamie dyamieexplo dynamiteexplosion
explosion explo lon in which 200 20 00 Spaniards Spaniars and andItalians ad adItlas and1talian
Italians Itlas were wer killed kiead killedand and recommend recommendthat rcmmend rcmmendthat recommendthat
that the truth trth about abut the remarkably remarkablyfavorable remarkablyfavorable remarkablyfavorable
favorable industrial indltrlal conditions conditons prevail prevailing prvai ¬
ing in the Canal Cnal Zone b b be mode mae officially officiallyknown ofcaly ofcalykow offlciallyknown
known kow in Spain Spin and ad Italy Itly and in oil oilcountries aUcuntre allcountries
countries cuntre that that could culd furnish furih unskilled unskilledlaborera unskie unskilledlaborers
laborers labrr who 11 might be b needed nee to com complete cm cmplete cornplete ¬
plete the canal canalSecretary canalSecretary
cnl cnlSecrtary
Secretary Meyer leyer1 Plans PlansWhat Plals PlalsWhat I9atisWhat
What concerns cncr the American Amercn people peoplein pplo pploin
in respect repct of the Secretary Secrtr of tho Nnvys Nnvysforthcoming SRI Navysforthcoming
forthcoming forhcming report rpr is the substance substanceof subtc
of f his attitude atitude toward the military militaryefficiency mitar militaryefilelency
efficiency emdenc of the te senice Iric On November Novemor
22 lOOT 105 Secretary Scrtal Moony said in his hisreport hi hisreport
report reportIt r llrt llrtI
I It I mutt luat not nOI be forgotten furcoten that tbe final pur purpose purI purhose ¬
pose I of lt I Its > Itbe the b navra existence la military mllr aad aadthat adthat e
that all 1 business bUllnlt which wblb It I transacted traueled therein ha hafor baror has hasfor
for Iii ls cod the creation cruloo and nd employment of effec elrc elrclv alTective effective ¬
tive lv power pwr upon wln the Ibelhil ara araThis aeahug
This lhil seems 1D1 to have IILe inspired iDpire Secretary SecretaryMKYKKS Scrtay ScrtayMRnRs SecretaryMEYERS
MKYKKS deliberate delbrate searching and com comprehensive comprbeniv comprehensivt ¬
prehensive prbeniv investigations investigationsWe InetgatoD
We postpone Jtpne consideration cnld raton of Mr MrMEYFRS MrMEYERS Ir IrMEYJRR
MEYFRS official ofcia report repr therefore tIrefor and anddevote anddcole anddevote
devote ourselves ounlvel 1 To the accompanying accompanyingliterature ampnying ampnyinglerature accompanyingliterature
literature lerature The Te country ountr is II Interested Interestedchiefly Ilterltt interestedchiefly
chiefly chle y in knowing what lie proposes props to tothe tt tothe
the end of a truly efficient efcent navy and andwhat andwhat andwhat
what are his hil plans in respect rept of keepingthat keeping kepingthat keepingthat
that that engine at the highest highet point pint of prep preparation prp preparation ¬
aration arton at all al times tme He has ha taken for forhis rorhis forhis
his guiding star the simple lirle but pregnant pregnantproposition prgnnt prgnntpropsition pregnantproposition
proposition propsition The Te navy IV yards rars exist exilt on onaccount onaunt onItocotint
account aunt of and for the fleet fet About Aboutthis Aboutthl Aboutthis
this truth tlh he has assembled Imble all al of his hissolicitudes hl hissolicitudes
solicitudes Ilctudt and grouped group the entire entre array arrayof aray arayof
of his hi inquiries Inquire and purpose puro His Hisplan plans plansare
few but valuable and borrow borrowfrom
are blt vllulble we borow borowfrm iwrrowfrom
from frm hue > summary 8Immar as 1 follows folowf folowfI followsI
I The Tb provision of four responsible reposlble advisers advlsenon evln evlnon
on subject ubJel within w1bln the groups rrups Into Int which duUes duUesot dule duleof
of the Department Dparment loglcall Iclcal fall fallZ
Z The Te grouping rullor of the bureaus bureu Into Int two dlvl dlvlalona el elln diYIaloes
aloes ln of material I aleral and ald personnel penln according a < ordlnr u uthe t to toibe >
Ibe nature of their duties dutiesJ dules dulesTbe
J The establishment Iablbment of a Division Ilvllon of Opera Operation Opr Opr10M Operations ¬
tion of tbr b Fleet fleetThe
4 The ratabllshment ntbUamrot of a comprehensive cmprbenlve Inspec Inspection 101pe Inspection ¬
tion 100 if system stem of a permanent prmaenl organization orranluton who whoofficers w5osoflTcers o oomee
officers shall be periodically prlolcl chanced cbaced who bo will willcome willcome 11
come mainly from the active elve fleet IrL and be b con conxersant roneant conersant
xersant with lb itb the e latest It ship blp and ad the modern modernmethods moern moernmelbod modernmethods
methods of drill Mi and nd organization orralUlon
3 Tbe establishment of a modern moem and ad efficient efficienteo rmerot eMclentcoal
eo coal l keeping teplo system rt In the Navy Sa iy Department Departmentand
and nd at t navy OIV > ards rardsI ardsThe ar
I The separation wpaaloo of navy jsnl srd r work orl Into Int the thetwo IbetlO thetwo
two tlO natural oalurl divisions dlvlion of bull hul and od machinery mablner
7 He le Intends to require rqulre that commandants rommodnlandCplln and andraptalnaof andcaptains
captains Cplln ot yards rd for navy pay yards nl shall hal be selected selectedfor fJeeW fJeeWrr
for their knowledce klowlrdce and experience rsprrnee and d that thattheir tt ttIhelr thattheir
their tenure of office shall ahal br b lone Inc snough nolrb to toInsure t toInsure
In Insure ure continuous rontnuou administrative policy policyMr plr plrIr policyMr
Mr Ir MEYER l1nu abolishes abllh the bureau bureauof
of equipment a I useless tlele and confusing confusingitiittitution confllingiU1tuton confusingiiistltuttlon
itiittitution iU1tuton and he obliterates oblterate the board boardon br
on 01 const cOlltnlcton construction motion which has usually ulual in inthe inthe inthe
the nature natur of things thln been bn futile futlo and andwhen andwhen andwhen
when it comes cmM to the navy yard ar where wherehitherto wher wherehitherto
hihero hitherto most of the blundering ob obstruction obIructon obstnliction ¬
struction Iructon has been bn found he has pro provided pro provided provide4 ¬
vided that the commandant is l the theactual tbenet theactual
actual net ull and am general manager of the thenavy t theiavy h hi
i navy lavy Ylrt yard and in the Bole Ble representative representativethere reprntatve reprntatveIhrre
there Ihrre of the Navy Sav Department Department and its itsbureau lubmeau8 itsbtireaiis
bureau To him the Secretary Horetry As Assistant AI Assistant ¬
sistant lllant Secretary and the bureau bureu chiefs chiefsdirect chiefdireet chiefsdirect
direct nil al orders orde relating rlatn to the mill military mi milltary ¬
tary civil lvi and industrial Indultrial feature reaturO of oftlm orth ofthe
the th navy n8 vy yard anl Most Iolt important Imprtant of ofnil orni ofall
nil ni the bureau hurelu will wi have no repre representative repre representative ¬
sentative lenllthp nt lt the Ihl navy lav yard except the thecommandant thecmlaDlnnl thecontiunnclnnt
commandant cmlaDlnnl The Ihe engineer officer officerwho ofc oRlcewho
who ho is it the manager Ilna cr of the machinery machinerydivision nlachlneryrlvlHon machinerydiViMjOIl
division rlvlHon anti nnl tlm tl tim naval la11 constructor constructorwho con tnctr tnctrwho
r who is I the 111 nmniger 1111pr + r of the hull hul division divisionare divillon divillonare
are the t unents 1 ttgentait ltK of Ir the I commandant commandant in
carrying currYl1 out II tile le manufacturing mUlufnctur g and andrepair andrepair andrepair
repair work of If the bureaus And who whoin
in the commandant I olrnndnnt to tC be Everything Everythingdepends Yveryhllg Yveryhllgdepend Everythingdepends
depends on that and ire here re II in where wherethe wherethe wheretile
the adviser comes coles in il Certainly Cerainly this thiscommandant thisclmllulunt thiscoinniaiidaiit
commandant clmllulunt wiiot will not be u young naval navalconstructor navalcn navalcoflstrtlctor
constructor cn lrlctor of slight IlRht theoretical theretca equip equipment eulp equipmont ¬
ment and practically prctcaly no 10 experience experienceEvidently experienc experienceEvidently
Evidently Evldenly ho will wi bo b a seasoned Helle deep deepwater deepwater deepwater
water man Iln with wi h profound knowledge knowledgeof knowlege knowlegeor
of the navyH navY1 needs needsThe nes nesTe micedsThe
The Te detail detai will wi appear upleor when tho Sec Secretarys Sec Seeretaryii ¬
retarys rtrs report is published ublshe in full fullMeanwhile ful fullMeanwhile
Meanwhile Meanwhie we may be b permitted pnlttd to say saythat saythat
that every eveI essential C ential feature featur of Mr MrMETERS MrMETERS
I METERS IRYU scheme Ichelo of reorganization rerganizaton has hasbeen ha baabeen
bn been heretofore hertfore prefigured prfgr in THE T E SUN SUNin SUNIn SUNin
in the te last three years year or more and ad that thatit
it ta i now safe sae to look for a a rearrange rearrangement rerae rearrangemeat ¬
ment that will wi efface erac cheap politics poltc and andparlor ad adp andparlor
parlor p lor knight kht effusion erUlonad effustoniand and restore retore the thenavy te tenv thenAvy
to basis of serious professional professionaland
navy nv t a bis srou prreslonl prreslonla
and a therefore teror military mtecay mtecayWat militaryefficacy militaryefficacyWhat efficacy efficacyWhat
What Wat the navy nv neededfor neefor tIm it health hlt hesItkr
r e
and adprgrl progress was patent ptnt to t all al observing obeervinfpersons cbrng cbrngprD observingpersons
persons prD but Mr METKR IE has ba met me th thoccasion the tbeoion theoccasionwith <
occasion oion occasionwith with courage cUre and ad inflight iit The Thefact Te Tefac Thefact
fact fac that he does do not intend intnd to ask a Con Congress Confor Congross ¬
gross for any sanction cion at present prnt but bulwill butwi butwill
will wi await awat the higher sanction sncton of ma material matral matonal ¬
tonal tral proof prf and an illustration iltraton only forti fortifies fori forife fortiflea ¬
flea fe our sense IM of his hi intelligence intelligenceSpeaker IntUgnc IntUgncpker
Speaker pker CAXXOK C4NOI la a past ut master mutr of the le art ar o otellfnc ot ottlor ofteillng
tellfnc tlor onehalf oneh1 of the trutb trlbPfln irutbProL4encl Pmuttntt Journal JournalWell Joum JoumWel JOtSfltaWell
Well Wel he Is a 1 good go deal del above abn the te aver average uerage average
age at that thatAgain tht thtAcaln thatAgain
Again according aoring to an a ipi Inspired 01 01reckleea or orrkte orreckless
reckless rkte emanation emation from frm a a vague vace source eourcin IUr sourcein <
in Havana Hyan8 the te administration admlnltrtlon of Prtel Prteldent Pl Pldent PresidentOoMax
dent dentOoMax GOMEZ GIE la I at the themercy mercy mer of the te breaker breakerThere bken bkenTer breakersThere
There Ter la i no tangible tnclble fact tat in the new rove revelation me rovelatlon ¬
lation ltlon It I doesnt dont mean men anything anyblo in par partloular pr prtoulr partioular
tloular toulr but mischief mlhle The Te old story torl is re revived revive yevived
vived vive that tt the negfoes complain cmpln that tt the theare they the7a theyare
are a neglected neglete in nea the bestowal btwal of patronage patronagiand ptnge ptngeand patronageandthatthayareexpected
and andthatthayareexpected that they the7arexpte aro expected to tmaetruble tmaetrubleThe tomaketrouble tomaketroubleThe make trouble troubleThe
The President Prldent and VicePresident VloPldet ZATAI ZATAIare Zu Zuar ZATASare
are ar said sid to be b at odd again aai and ad the te fusion fusloithat flon flontht fusionthat
that tht was Wa to do so 0 much for the te country countryha countr countryhas
ha b has broken brken down dow And there ther is i a moa moadamnable mot motdmnble most mostdamnable
damnable dmnble count that tht President Pldent GOMEJ GOMEJhas GME OOMEZhas
has ha announced anoun that tht in his hl opinion opinon fusion fusloiia fuion fuionI
ia I a success uc and in I making makig appointment appointmentin appintea appinteaIn
in future futur ho will wi not consider cnlider any an fao faoUon faoton taoLion
Lion ton However Howeve the te untoward untowar and ainU ainUtor alls allster sisiston
ton conditions condlton reported rpre have their com compenoationi om ompnlton cornpeneationi
penoationi pnlton for it to I admitted admit that tt th thbudget the thebudget thebudget <
budget of S30000000 100 Is I about abut SlOOOOOOt SlOOOOOOtless 110000000less 1000
less le than was w expected expt by b the opposition oppositionand oppltlon oppltlonand
and the te law reorganizing rrgizin the te Patent PatenlOffice Patnt PatntOfc PatentOftice
Office Ofc which has h passed pss the House Hou and antjgono andgone andgone
gone to the Senate promises to put an atend anend anend
end to intolerable Intolerble nbU abuses In Cuba CubaTh Cub CubaTb
Th Th truth trth Is I that good go order orer I f Isgeneral Isgeneralthroughout genera generathroughout cenerl cenerltrughout
throughout trughout the island Ilnd the people are ar en enjoying enJ07inl enjoying
joying J07inl a fair degree ec of prsprt prosperity and II IIthe If Ifthe Ifthe
the administration admlbtrton has b its Ia troubles trouble the theare they the7are theyare
are not very ver erlotia serlotisTbeilvlngeentreofllteraryproductton erlotiaThe erlonTe
The Te Tbeilvlngeentreofllteraryproductton Tbeilvlngeentreofllteraryproducttonbaa llvlnc Ivlor centre fntre of literary ltrr production productionban prduetol
ban ba lone on nr been permanently larot established ntablsbf In Indiana IndianaYeic ladlan IndianaIndtanapofs
Indtanapofs nrIaptJ Yeic XewsA YeicA rl
A deserved dee compliment cmplment to the Hon HonJAMES HonJAUU lionJAMIS
Career Cr of the HeulpUr Hlptor r Whole Wax ax Unit iloaiPcrpleie DUltPln UnitPerplexes
Perplexes Pln Dr Mode Bedefrom Bee ModeFrom
from 0 Hu tl London Llol Tines TltntiThe rlml TinesThe
The Te name of It C Iucaa once melt el known knownIn
in art rt circles crles but subsequently well wel nigh nlglforgottenhas nlrhtorroUen nighforgottenhas
forgottenhas torroUen hu recent reenly recentiy been brought lateprominence Into Intoprominence intoprominence
prominence by the controversy controe respectlnt respectlntthe rfPrlne rfPrlneIhe
the wax bust It has 111 been stated that he hicould heculd hecould
could culd not have produced producl Ibis because bfuse his bliother blsolber hisother
other works work are of little 11 merit mert Permit me meIn maIn min
In Justice Justce to a very able man maaa a man of olcreat ofIreat ofgreat
great Ireat talent Industry and ad versatility versatIlitytogive rtiyto rtiytoIve 1 1give <
give Ive some 8me particular palelian of hi his artistic arlelc careei careeia cueeran
a an hey came to my m knowledge Dowllre or wen wennarrated wernar11 werenarrated
narrated nar11 lo me by him during dlrlnl the many manyyears manye manyyears
years e In which I enjoyed aJorl hM hl Intimate Intlraatifriendship Intmfe Intmfefrleadslp Intimatefriendship
friendship friendshipItlchard frleadslp frleadslpIlchard friendshipitichard
Itlchard Ilchard Cockle Lucas Jlel wan 11 born br early earlyIn eariyin rlJ
In Ibe laat century at Halabury Salisbury where his hlifather hlafather hisfather
father held hfld a food 100 < position plion a al an a manu manufacturer manl manntactiirer ¬
facturer tactlrr of cloth colh Owing lo domestic domelo dlf dlfferenrei dlfferen dtfferences
ferenrei feren young lucas lu left let home when a lad ladund ladBod ladad
und baring artistic alllo talent rained caini at a flrsl flrsla fnt fnta
a KOiuevthat fmeht precarious prParlOlf lvelhod livelihood byhii byhiiLlt byhisskIll
skIll 1 In carving nlne small 01 decorative de ralve objects objectsThen obJel obJelThen objectsThen
Then drifting drllne to London he went elt to Fusel Funl I Iftl
ftl atlbat 1 that time tme Keeper Keeper of the Academy Acaemy M hoola 8bool 8booland ichoolsand hoolannd
and was by him admitted admlll at t once onct as a ill student atl illdelit ¬
dent and told that he might draw dra or model modelfrom moel moelfrom modelfrom
from the life u a an soon ln an a he pleased pleal Ill Illnext le lenut lienext
next became beme assistant for a lime to Flax Flaxman Flaxtitan Ias
man lan Then hen starting alartnl on bin hi own accutiu accutiulie accoI aceuhizilz
h lie look 1001 rank as a sculptor Illplor his hi first frft work workof woraof ork orkor
of any aa Importance Imprlnce being benr the statue flatup of Dr DrJohnson DrJobnan DrJohnson
Johnson Jobnan at t Tlchfleld Jlh fld a statue Ilalul with lh which whichHawthorne whih whihlawlhorne whichHawthorne
Hawthorne lawlhorne the famous Mnrrloan author authorays aulborNJS authorSays
Says NJS he was a much impressed Impr l When large largecommissions larle larlem0Ilon largecommissions
commissions m0Ilon failed f11 he filled fll up his Il time tme bj bjsmaller b bamlr bysmaller
smaller amlr work such slcb a sa wax medallions medallionsfigures mealons mealonsnrre medallionsfigures
figures nrre and carvings In Ivory the most mostelaborate mOltelabrale mostelaborate
elaborate elabrale of the latter laler being a copy of lh lhfamous the Ihermola theramois
famous rmola hone stone carving by Albert Albtrt DQrei DQreipreferred DOrerr DUrerpreserved
preferred r In the print rlnt room rom of the th British BritishMuseum Brllh Brllhallelim HritIshiiiaeuni
Museum MuseumIt allelim allelimI
It I was Wa while hle working on this lhl that thatlhe the Idea Ideaoccurred Ideaocclrr ideaoccurred
occurred lo him of making makinI models of the theParthenon IbeIarhenon theiarthenon
occlrr Parthenon Iarhenon to show how he Ihelulptur sculpture one oneadorned onc onceadorned
adorned aorne that tha building buldln Consulting onlllo all al au authorities authorle anthorittea ¬
thorities thorle living 1ln and auddeattand deadand encouraged encouragedby encurrd encurrdb
by b the warm rm vmpathv vmplh and assistance alatanC of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the mti ItUlm niuasirn 4 > iini officers OMNr the arduous under undertaking undetakile tindertaking ¬
taking takile wa a most lOt successfully Incofuly ruous carried out outBy outBy ouiHy
By the advice advl of Sir Ririlobert Robert Robrt Peel 1Pllbe carre the models modelswere moel moelr modelswere
were r bought bl ht for the nation nlon and ald br b students studentsof
of Greek Grek sculpture culpllre and architecture arhl lur they Ihe Ihehave
have been greatly appreciated It
bn cretJ wai waiabout viabout U Uabut
about abut this lime lme that I be executed secule the nowImous nowfamous now nowfamous
famous wax S bust of which bin Hon lon Mr MrAlbert MrAlbert Ir IrAlbrt
Albert Albrt Lucas Iula has ha recently reCllty chen full ful and andconvincing andcnlnrDe andconvincing
convincing cnlnrDe particular parteul Shortly after this thisowing Iblnwlne thisowing
owing to falling flne health Rbortr he determined d ermined to tolire 10lTe tolive
lire lTe as s much an possIble plble In the lb country countryMO
MO f retaining rellnlnl a London Lndon studio alldlo he counlr resided residedfirst rrld rrldnrt residedtirat
first nrt at Otterboume Olrbure near Winchester Wlnchetr and andultimately andultmaelY andultimately
ultimately ultmaelY at Chilworth Chlwortl between btwen Jtorosey Jtoroseyand nomyand
and Southampton Hulbanlplon wh where 1re re he built buil n hoiixe hoiixewith bou hounewith e ewllb
with a gallery allry attached alehed to t contain cnlaln hU hi nu numerous numerou numorons ¬
morons worknand work and where wher after ater a few fe yean yeanenjoyment 1ea 1eanJoymenl yearsenjoyment
enjoyment of a pension nelol secured eclrd to him himby hImby himby
by lard for Palniernton Palmrlon wh e bust he beaxs beaxscatted exe executed eucute ¬
cuted cute and who bo greatly rreaty appreciated appreclle bU bUtalent bl histahitil
talent he h died diedIt diedI
It I has apparently pparnl been assumed of late lateby lateby
by some tme controvemlalUm rnlrvlnlalA that he worked workedentirely workl workedentirely
entirely or chiefly In wax but this Is a amlplake I aniiplake
mlplake mlfake He Ie considered conldere himself hlm1 essen essentially sen senlaU esenlially ¬
tially laU a sculptorand U was In the intervals Intervalebetween Inlnalsbel intervalsbetween
between bel weel the execution eSllon of larger Irler works workithat worksIlat workstht
that Ilat he employed erplort the more plastic plaaUctalerlal plaaUctalerlalHe material materialMe
Me also all essayed etching el hlnr oil oi painting plntll and andGholography ana anapholoraphr andphotography
photography but his success in those thoseranches tbebrnch theaebranches
ranches brnch wax wa not commensurate cmmen lrale with lh his hliambition hI hIambiion hisant
ambition ambiion ant hit ton
Klmea KlmeaTo RILTo I
To TH T vwa > rorroa Jora or THE Sen SI Srrei fir r I think thinkyour Ibankyour thankyourbook
your yourbook book bok reviewer vewer for the hearty berJ commendation commendatlorof rmndaUoo rmndaUooI
of my m book bk A Round Rune of Rimes Rm In to tda today days Sew Sewbul B Svxbut
I bul I ara I pained ploe at 1 his criticism rrlUrm of the way a I IpU IpUrime apeirimes apei spailrlmes
rimes He plainly plllJ Intimates Iltmtr that the word wordihould wor wordshould
should be spelled ple rhymes and nd he Insinuate Insinuatethat 10IIuat Insinuatesthat
tta that I bare bav been Influenced 1lllel < d In my spelling pUlr by b lli llirecent IIe IIercent the therecent <
rcent recent fetbly reformatory rdortor movement movementI 10ement 10ementI
I beg leave v to t say s that In the Oral fr edition of my miboob mybok mybook
boob bok published pubUhe In iwn II several averal years yen before beore the tbiRooseveltlan IbeloseTllaa theitooseveltian
Rooseveltlan loseTllaa spelling plUI spaira pI the word wor rimes rimesIs rm rmIs
Is spelled exactly ss In this second ecod edition This ThisI ThlI
I think relieve rlev me from frol the suspicion au Iron of being belnis belnl
s recruit recri ot reform In spelling spellingFurthermore spellingFurthermore plne plneFrtbermore
Furthermore Frtbermore In my m spelling pllr of rimes I lean leanupon Iranupn leanupon
upn upon the standard landar Dictionary IlelloQr which wblb In a no note ooletl It ItDO
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though commoner Commoner In literature ltrture than an the Ib older oMeirime oler olerrm olderr1me
rime rm Is etymologlcally etmolorlaUy Incorrect Incrrct having havnr been beenIntroduced beenInlrucf beanintroduced
Inlrucf Introduced In the tbl nlxteentb Isla century rotuf through tbrucb a amistaken a amltken amistaken
mistaken mltken connection coueclon with wlb rhythm The Tie use ol olthe ottb ofthe
tb the older ole spelling plnr has ba now DO been revived rnlve by many manywriters lao laoler manywriteri
writers ler The 1e Standard gives rvn In Illustration IulraUoa an anextract anulrc aneatract
extract from S Wer Vdr Mltcnella lcbel Characteris Characteristic Chrater Chratertr ¬
tr tlcs tic dated datd 18 In lien D Yes Yr I suppose upp rime Is I the theiucar Ibeucar thesugar
sugar of verse verseH3 ve e eII
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more honorable form of the word or aa your excel excellent esel eselIrn eaccilent ¬
lent book bok reviewer intimates the form forl which I Iu 1u INC
u NC e would wOlld seem Iem to t 0 be the older more correct Cre and andmore andmore ne
more honorable Let L me be blamed If I blamed blamedit blme
it all al not for weakly wekly following follloc the te new but for fortolng torrolnr forgoing
going back to the tb old In Professor Prflr March MarchsThesaurus Jarbs JarbsT MarchThesaurus
Thesaurus T IUrs Velloor Dictionary of tbe English Enrlb Iatifuifo Iatifuifothe
the only olf form of the word wor given rven Is I rime rimeD rme rmeDaln rlmensczs
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that the owner of the Chicago National tonal League Leaguebaseball Lac Leaguebaebsil
baseball batb1 club baa ha purchased a controlling entrlor Inter Intertl Inle Interest
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contenders contendersBaseball contefldIF1Baseball
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Lrue League team Philadelphia Pladelphl will wl be a redhot nbo Amer Amercan Amerloa Amerloan
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I The Te Important Ipr victories vitrIe which the SoclaDemocratic Social Sil SilI SocialDemochtio
I Democratic Dotlo part p7 has b been hn winning In Ger Oerrnnnr GerIn7 Germany
rnnnr In7 have h1e made me a great gt Impression Imprlon upon upoithe upn upnrte uponthe
rte the political pltil opinion of Europe Europ Tbe Tbeare Te7 They Theyare
are ae taken tken to t mean that a new epoch eph I Iopening Is Isopin Isopening
1 opening opin In the history histor of German Grn social sociallam loll lolllm sociallam
lam been beeiunexpected beenunexpected
lm Tbeee The successes Uo have not bn bnI
I unexpected since the Junker elernenmade element elementmae elementmade
unept ane te
made mae tu It colossal clol blunder in the fight flghover 1gt 1gtoe fightover
over oe Ipri Imperial financial fnncil reform rror of ln Inltng Inltngupn Insisting Insistingupon istlnj istlnjupon
upon upn virtual viul exemption from rm taxation txtion for foiits forIt forIt
its It It own olana ol and a heaping all al the new ne bur burdens burden buyden
dens den of Imperial Imprl expansion expnion upon upn the in industrial Indutil Induatrial
dustrial dutil and commercial cmmeril sections Itlon of th thpopulation the theppultion thepopulation <
population ppultion but a change seems lelD to hav havcome have havecme havecome <
come cme over ovr the complexion of the Social Socialist Soll Sollft ¬
lit Itself ItselfIt
ft organization organizton ltl
It has always a1wa been bn something methlg of a puzzle puzzlwhy puze puzewhy puzzlewhy <
why so 1 numerous numeu and well wel drilled drie a pout polltleal plt pltIcal poutlcal
leal group gopIt groupit It has at the present prlnt time tme tmeW8 <
933800 W8 enrolled enle members membnhould membersshould should have havso hve haveSo <
so 1 little lte actual atuallnfuenla Influential effect etet upn upon legis legislation legi legislatlon ¬
lation lton The partys prY1 national ntonl congrauwhich congress cng congresswhich
which was wa held hld at Lelpsio Llplo In the latter latteipart lter lterpr latterpart
part pr of September Sptmbr seems eme to have lve found founcout foundout foundout
out the reason reln and in effect eret If I not ii iiwords I in inwords
words wor has applied appUe a remedy remedyThe rmey rmeyTe remedyThe
The Te cause c of the partys pfs failure faiure In th thpast the thept thepast <
the critics explain has haibeen hasbe
past pt as a critIc now explin ha
been bn be n its It Intransigence Intrnigec A party p wnlclwas which whichwas blcb blcbwa
was wa resolved rlve to t be b always alwa In opposition oppositionalways opptQn opptQnala7s oppositionalways
always ala7s to t hamper hp tho Government even eve In irtbe Int Inthe
the t most mot ordinary orIn of its ls routine rotne functions functionswhich fncto functionswhich
which wblc opposed op measures mSUr smacking 8maclg of its itiown it itsown
own o theories th simply tmp because bU the powers powenthat pwen pwentt powersthat
that tt be b won an incidental Indltl advantage aVnt could coukhardly cl couldhardly
hardly h7 be b regarded rre aa a practical prtod and oD there ther is issmall I is issmall
small for wonder if its
l room r woner Is accomplish accomplishments acmplsh acmplshmet ¬
ments met have hve been bn virtually virualy nil nl It was wa to tccombat toobt tocombat
combat obt this t Impracticable Ipmctcb attitude attude that ththe ththeIle the thesocalled thesocalled
socalled Ile Reformist Rforlt movement was started startedwithin startedwithin tr
within wtIn the organization orgnrtoa a movement movtent In IEthe Inthe Inthe
the interest intrt of practical prctcl politics pllc hut hutdow down downto downto
to t the te present pJt year yer it I made mde little lte or no ncprogreotf nop noprogress
progress progreotfThe progressThe
p The Te attitude attue of the congress cn of Leipaic Leipaicat llpo llpoat I
at last Jt showed Ihowe a marked mrke departure deprur from fromtradition frm frmtrdton fromtradition
tradition trdton The Te discussions dons and an votes vot In I the theReichstag theRctj theReichatag
Reichstag on the financial reform
Rctj fnc rfor measure measurebrought mesur measurebrought
brought brght about the te awakening At but Mit It IIpenetrated Itpnett Itpenetrated
penetrated pnett the minds mind of a n considerable considerablenumber cnderble cnderblenubr considerablenumber
number of Socialist leaders that
nubr Sbt leden tht votingagainst voting yoUngapat votingagainst
against apat the death deth duties dute and land ln taxes taxetembodied te taxesembodlea
embodied ebe in Chancellor ChnClor von Billows BUows bill billfor bi billfor
for no reason rn save 81e that tht their thei enactment enactmentwould encttt enctttwold enactmentwould
would wold perpetuate ptat his hl tenure tu of office omc and andgive an andgive
give Ive the Government Gverent the te financial fnncl re resources r resources ¬
sources sour it needed nee was wa poor pr sense and an worm wormpolitics WOr worsepolitlos
politics pltc Thus Tu It It happened happne that tt when a aprpto aproposition i iproposition I
proposition prpto was wl made me at I t Lelpsic llpc actually to Ucensure tocensure i
censure olur seven Me Deputies Dpute who had hd voted voto for foithese torth forthese
these th taxes txe not only was WI the motion moton nega negatived neg negatired ¬
tired tve but Herr Her Bebel Dbl the archprieet arhpret ol olGerman or orGeran ofGerman
German Geran Socialism Soals stood st up and an said sid thai thaiIf tt ttI thatIt
If I his hi health belh had b permitted pUte him hm to t follow followparliamentary foUowprientr followparliamentary
parliamentary prientr proceedings prlng at the time tme b bwould he hewould hewould <
would himself hlm lr have hve voted vote for the Impost Impt ortestamentary or o ontestamentary
testamentary ttmetr successions IUOO as a proposed by bjPrince byPnc byPrince
Prince Pnc von on BQlow BQlowIn B low lowIn prop
In the long run rn it is I I true tre the irrecon irreconcilable Irren Irrenollble irreconcitable ¬
cilable ollble faction faton succeeded succede In keeping ur ura up upa
a bold bld front trnt A motion moton proposed prop by th thBerlin the theBerln theBerlin
Berlin Berln contingent condemning the posi position pOI pOIton positbon ¬
tion ton of o Socialist 8lalt members membnln In n the Reichstagwho Reichstag Refchstagwho
who confessed conM themselves themslve ready to vote votewith votewith ot
with wlh the te Liberal Liberl groups grup whenever whenevern a dis distinct distnct dintlnch ¬
tinct tnct advantage advantge was W in sight was voted voteddown vote voteddown
down Then the revolutionary revolutoDY or ex extreme extreme oxtrerne ¬
treme element had its i Innings It I se secured s socured ¬
cured cu tbe passage pau < e of a resolution reoluton con confirming confrIng confirming ¬
firming the action of the
frIng congress congeM ol olDresden otDrsen ofDresden
Dresden Drsen which had condemned cndemned reform reformism rfton reformlam ¬
ism 11m In extenso elna and denounced denounce accord accordwith accor accordwith
with wih any bourgeois burgel party pary on any pre pretext pretextwhltver protext ¬
text textwhltver whatever The resolution rtluton however howeverwas
was so 1 qualified qualfed in the debate debte that it iteffect 11 its itseect
effect elet Is discounted diunt As the matter matterstands mater materumd matterstands
stands umd Socialist Soilst Deputies Dputiea are ar forbidden forbiddento
to o make even eve temporary tmprr alliances alUno with withother wih wihotherLlbrl withother
other otherLlbrl Liberals but if I they tey see B fit ftto to defy defythe det detthe defythe
the prohibition prohibiton and audvote vote with wlthotherpie other otherparties otherpartiesof parties partiesof
of the Left Ltt on advantageous advantgeu occasions occasionsthey ouion occasionsthey
they are virtually vlrlaly assured aure of immunity immunityfrom Immuniy Immuniyrrm
from rrm censure cDure or discipline disciplineThis dlklplne dlklplneThl
This change In inthe the attitude attiude of the theparty thepary theparty
party pary is i regarded regardedl as pregnant prlnt of weighty weightyresults weIghtyreult weightyresults
results reult Xot only will wi Its It candidates cndidat go gobefore gobfore gobefore
before bfore the people with wit a stronger ttrnger claim claimfor claimfor claimforelection
for forelection election Ieton seeing that they thf can be b relied reliedupon rele reliedupon
upon upn to take tke affirmative action acton but be besides b besides ¬
sides Ide those thO who may be b elected elet to the theReichstag theRelchltc theRalchatsg
Reichstag Relchltc or other oter legislative body by will wi be beInfinitely b beinfinitely
Infinitely Infniely more mor formidable because bul their theiractivities teir teiracUvltM theiractIvities
activities acUvltM will wi not be b confined cnfned to defeat defeating deteatInl defeating ¬
ing measures meu good and bad bd alike alk but butmay butma7 butmay
may become bme available avaiable also all for construe constructive contc contctve construelive ¬
live tve legislation legislationIt JegblUon JegblUonI
It I has b always seemed leeme strange that tht a aparty apry aparty
party pry which showed showe so 1 much muc power pwer of oforganization otorganlzltlon oforganization
organization and nd so 1 much shrewdness shrewdnN in inthe inthe inthe
the administration of Its I Internal itrl affairs affairsshould ataln atalnhould affairsshould
should for so 1 long handicap Its Ia policy policyin plo7 plo7In
in the manner indicated Indicte for the or organization orK4nlztlon organization ¬
ganization of the Social Roil Democratic Democraticparty Demorato Demoratoprty Democraticparty
party prty is I both bth wise wbe and practical prctcl in an anextraordinary anextraorinar anextraordinary
extraordinary extraorinar degree degre In Its is fnlncll fnlncllarangement financialarrangements financial financialarrangements
arrangements arangement for instance inltance It has shown shownthe show shownthe
the keenest kenelt appreciation Ipprclaton of the impor importance Impr Imprtnce importanco ¬
tance tnce of the thelne1 sinews of otw8r ofwar war it not only has hasmoney ha hasmoney
money but heaps of money From rm July Jul7I
1 1008 ID to June 30 3 1009 19 the central tress treasury tre tresstiny ¬
tiny uf received reeivd 1271124 27031244 and SI02193 10878593 was wasset Wa wasBet
set st aside aide for the party reserve rere fund fundThe tundThe fundThe
The reserve r sre fund i is one of the party partysecrets pry pryaret partysecrets
secrets aret nobody nob7 knows kno how much muh there thereIs
Is I in it Itthere there must be b several sverl millions millionsnor mlions mlionsnor
nor where It Is I kept If I a German Social Socialist Rolal Rolal1st ¬
let is I asked alke where wher It U I he will wi simply simplyanswer almplyanser simplyanswer
Abroad No doubt this Is I
answer Abrd thb the thetruth thetrth thetruth
truth trth In a country cuntr where the Govern Government Gover Governmont ¬
ment Is b apt to t be b high handed hande in dealing dealingwith delnl dealingwith
with its radical there
il It rdicl opponents oppnenl might mightbe mightb
be b a good deal of danger dnger In keeping such sucha luch lucha
a fund within wihi reach recb of the police plce The Themoney Themoney Themoney
money however bowev4r Is i untraceable untreble It is isconfided IIcnfd Isconfided
confided cnfd to the trusteeship tret hip cf leaders leaderswhose lederl lederlwho leaderswhose
who whose names nmM in Socialist 8olUt estimation etimtion are aresynonyms ar aresynonyms
synonyms for security 8urlty They Tey do aa they theyplease theyplee theyplease
please regardingthe regarlngthe regarding time fund for although althoughthe alhough alhoughthe
the control cntrl of It is i vested vete nominally nominly In Inthe Inthe Inthe
the annual anrual national ntloM1 congress cnge no audit has hasever ha haever hasever
ever been bn demanded demande and no question n ever everasked everuke everasked
asked uke regarding Its disposition dispositionThe diapltloD diapltloDTbe
The central cntrl treasury of the party pr Is Isfattened Isfatened isfattened
fattened fatened from trm two sources aurC In the first firstplace fnt fntplae firstplace
there are the contributions made
place ontrlbuton mae by bythe b7the bythe
the 833309 G enrolled enrole members membn which to together together togather ¬
with the assessments of the
gether eumet coaled confederations cne coalederationS ¬
erations ertlon of the various German Genan States 8tt pro produced produc produced ¬
duced duc In 190800 18 571010 510tO marks mrk The Te second secondsource end endourc nd ndsource
source ourc of Income Incme Is I the enormous enonoui news newspaper nespapr flewIpaper ¬
paper papr book bk and pamphlet publishing publlblng busi business business ul ulness ¬
ness carried carie on by the party pr7 or under its itsauspices It itsauspIces
auspices Altogether Altgelher seventyfour dally dallypapers dAiy dailypapers
papers are published publfbe by the party pay with witha wltbttlublpUon I
ppn a total ttlublpUon subscription list llt last Jt year of 104 104p8
498 49 and they bring brne in annually a gross gr su suof u uot n nof
of about abut 4000000 400 marks marksBesides mak markBesides
Besides the newspapers newsppr the te Socialist Soolallsvparty SlaUn SlaUnprty Socialistparty
party prty printing prntng houses hOI s turn tlm out itvast itvastamount 1 vat vatamount vast vastamount
amount of other educational euctonl material materialmuch rwrlal rwrlalmucb mnatniamuch
much of it at a 1 profit proft The ThpubUcton ThpubUctondeprtent publication publicationdepartment publicationdepartment
deprtent department of VoneSrU oncr Issues original originalworks orllnl orllnlwork originalworks
work works in German Gern and nd translations tnlalons of for foreign forelgn forelgn ¬
elgn radical rdcl books bk and tracts trcl At At re reunions reunonofworklnlen yeunions ¬
unonofworklnlen unions of workingmen Socialist Boclalbtlnge songs must mustbe mustbe
b be sung sug Those Toe of Pierre Piere Dupont Dpont and andEugene ad adEugene andEugene I
Eugene Pettier Potter have bean bn translated tnlat into intoGerman Int IntoGerman I
Gern German and ad are ar published puhllhe to t this end endEven ed edEvn endEven
Even the picture post card Is not
Evn pct crd neg neglected ne negladed ¬
laded let and ano the th Llberte Lbr of Delacroix Delacroixthe Delorl
the Marseillaise ManlIMof of Guslar GUltv Dprt Dr D r the thewoll te tewol thewell
well wol known ko picture plotr of Rouget do Ilsle Ilslesinging II lIalesinging e enas
singing for the first time his famous
te frt te h fao song DI
In the to salon Io of Mayor Mor Dietrich Dlet of Btraa Btraaburx Bt 6taoburgwlth
bu burgwlth burx frith t many y other ot inspiring irc cartoons cartoonsbesides cr cartoeelibedea
besides bde portrait prts of such we Socialist Boat Idols 1 M MCarl g gr1
CIM Carl r1 Marx LM1I Lll and ad Frederic Tco lredeloIge9 F Ff
f t j Jf < iti1 1 I
f are printed for foUelUoor the Inspiration of the te faith faithful faih faihtullnIIz faithful
ful tullnIIz in pt Ineizea sizes varying from frompOtl postal poster topocteiPolemic tptr tptrPol to posterPol
Polemic Pol niio lo pamphlets pphlets vrng are r also RO printed prnt ii iigreat In Inpt ingreat
great pt numbers nlmbr set st speeches phe by b Bebel Dblla Dbllate ii iithe In Inthe
struck off Ii Iieditions In Inelonl ineditionsof
the te Reichstag Relchtg Relch tag are ar usually uual7 trck o
editions elonl of 20000 0 A SocUIUtlo 811t0 work workingmens wok woklocmens workIngrnene
ingmens almanac alanc Is put out every ever year yeato yearto yearto
to the number numbr of 30000 SO 3O copies cple The he bus busness buslI buslIne btiainees
ness ne of tho VoruHrtitt oTcrta book bk departmon departmonamounted dfprtentl dfprtentlImount departmontamounted
amounted Imount in 190808 11 to t 511717 1177 marks 01 01which on onwhich onwhich
which a profit prft of 30000 00 marks mk or J500C J500Cwas no 000 000was
was w realized rlz for the central cntral fund fundTbe fundTe fundThe
The Te general gnerl expenses expl of the organI organlzatlon organIztIon organization
zatlon ztIon amounted anHunte to llS90081 11311 in the las lasfiscal 1t 1tnl lastfiscal
fiscal nl year Of this thl amount aout 23900 23900marks 239068marks 3O 3Omakl
marks makl was wa spent spnt upon Upn the propaganda propagandaand prpgnd
and 15738 17 upon electoral eletrl work Thpromotion Th Te Teprm Theprombtlon
promotion prm ton money m0 e7 was used ue for publi publimeetings pUblo pUblometng publiomeetings
meetings metng and the te gratuitous cmtitw distributIon dlstrlbuttoiof dlltrbuton dlltrbutonor
The financial reform refomlegislation reformlegislation
of printed prnt matter mattr Te fnncl rron
legislation was discussed in thousands toumndl c cmeetings ot otmetng ofmeetings
leg aton dll
meetings metng to which Socialist SaUt speakers ken were wersent wer wersnt weresent
sent snt to t Inveigh against apnt the Ue perpetuation porpotuaUoiof prtaton prtatonor
of personal prnl power pwer and class cls privileged privilegedEven prvlege privilegesEven
Even E1en the te women adherents adhernt of the part parttook prty prtytok partytook
took tok part put in the te agitation aaitton with wt remark remarkable rmrk rmrkIbl remarkal
able Ibl al > le ardor aror Their TeIr organizations orlnlQUoD in th thcities te tecte the thecities
cities cte of the te empire empIr held more mor than thn thnmftnp SO SOmeetings O0 O0meetings
meetings mftnp and distributed dltbut a vast Tat amoun amounof aount aountorltmt amount amountof
of orltmt literature gratuitously crttuly the result rult being belnithat bing bingtt beingthat
that tt the number numbr of them enrolled enrleJn enrleJncrl In Increased increased
creased crl from trm 294S8 U8 to t R32S9 R32S9One r59 r59One I7259One
One of the theannulexpensesof annual anual expenses expD of the party partoIs prt partyis
Is II the payment pyent of legal lega expenses epn in trial trialfor trals tralsI trialsfor
I for seditious IiUoul utterances uternc and of the te fine fineIn fne fInesin
In case cl of conviction convcton This item If was Wil a alow A at atlow
low 10wWatrmark water ma mark rlf last lutyer year only fl I 6470 470 mark markwas mak makI markswas
I was needed nef the Government Govret apparent apparenthaving apprnty apparentlyhaving
i having ha vIlI realized relze the futility futli7 or worse wore o oconstant or orconstnt ofconstant
constant constnt vexatious yexatoue prosecutions prstOM A Alum Alumor sum ttunof sumof
of lOOir 10011 marks maks was wa credited cIt to the th head heacof hed hedI headof
I of a alatnc aesiatance Iatance hut this outlay will wi b bmuch b be bemuch <
much mich greater eatr for the te present year yerlO SOoa SOoamarks 50000marks
marks mals having havnc been ben voted vCte to t the te SwedIsh Swedislstrikers Rwfll SwedIshstrikers
strikers strken alone Perhaps Perhp the te most mot re remarkable r remarkable
i markable makble figure fgur In the whole accounting accountlniIs acuntng acuntngI
I Is h that of personal prnl compensation eompnston ad admlnistrative adnlnlltrtve adminlstrative
mlnistrative nlnlltrtve expenses 1 and correspond correspondence
epns cnpnd cnpndencl
once encl It I amounted last It year er to only onljSS473 onlyC3
SS473 C3 marks or S13WS St3 it would be b a en ensmall er erysmall
small Nal party prt indeed Inde which could be b run ruiat n runat
at that t figure fgurl in this country cuntr
Members lembn of the Reichstag being bing pai paino pid pidno paid paidno <
no salariesa salariea system yst m which hlch is I of courwdesigned course CU CUdNlge coursedesigned
designed dNlge to t confine conne the te membership membnhlp to toUts toUtswell th thwell the thewel <
well wel to t do classes cbthe the Social Sial Democracy Demory
had bd always made mde It a practice prtc to t pay py it itrepresentatives It itsrepreentatlvee
representatives rprntatlve in that body b whenever whenevernecessary wheneverner wheneverneoeasary
necessary ner in order to t enable nbl them to t at attend attend attend
tend the sessions Ion without personal pnl suffer sufferIng surer surerIng suffering
Ing One result rult of this tbl course COU has bl beeito been bn bnto beento
to increase the efficiency of the
Incrle efcency group groupWhile gup gupWhie groupWhile
While Whie members mebn of other othe parties parie were wer fit fitful ft ftful fitful
ful in their attendance
teir atendanQ except when Im Important Imprnt importent
portent prnt votes vol were wer to be b taken the te Social Social1st Sil SilIst
let Deputies Dputie are ar on lund han at every ever session sessloiand sessionand Ion Ionand
and all al through thrugh the session Bsion ready to tak takadvantage take takenvantgeot takeadvantage
advantage nvantgeot of any fighting fghtng opportunity opportunltthat oPpruni7 oPpruni7tt opportunitythat
that tt may offer offerTwo oler olerTwo offerTwo
Two other factors of expense in the thibudget thebudgt thebudget
budget budgt of ofthe the party pry partyarecharaeteristioof are characteristic charaterls expt lc of it itremarkable It its itsremarkable
remarkable remkble energy energ and advanced advnnc business businessmethods bUllne businessmethods
methods metho they are ar the Partelschule Parel hule nn nnthe and andthe andthe <
the Sozlaldemokratlsche Szaldemokrtllche Prouebureau Prouebureauboth Prpssburau Prpssburaubth
both bth haying hlyll their headquarters headquarer In Berth Berthnnd Brln Brlnand Berlinand
and both blh highly prized prbe agencies ngencf of partwork part pry prywork partywork
work The Pressebtireau Prtsebureu I Is a news nowiagency newsagenc nowagency
agency analogous anlogous to those thos familiar famiar to the thiAmerican theAmercan theAmerican
American Amercan public publc It collects clets the news o oEurope ot otEurp ofEurope
Europe Eurp with lh more mor or less 1ell thoroughness thoroughnessand tboroughnl
and distributes dlslribute Itby telephone to t nineteen nineteeiof nineten ninetenof
of the party pry paper papmblch paperiswbich which have bve no better betteisource bter bterure bettersource
source ure of Information Intonaton It coot Ct last year
30591 marks maks butit bur It In expected that in th thcourse the thocune thecourse <
course elfsupporting cune elfsupportingTheParteIschuIeisvirtuallyaSocialisti elfupprlng elfupprlngThe of two or three threY threeyears yeim r It I will 1 become becomielfsupporting bme bmeelfupprlng becomeselfsupporting
TheParteIschuIeisvirtuallyaSocialisti TheParteIschuIeisvirtuallyaSocialistiseminary The Par Parteiscliule lsclllell is vitualy virtually 4 Slltc Slltcsmlnar Socialistic Socialisticseminary <
seminary smlnar at which the future general generst staff stalof staffof
of the party ary and of the thl labor labr unions union at attached attche attached
tached tche to t His It I ii developed deetop and trained trln II IIdas I It Ithas
das a faculty of six professors prfen Rosa RosaLuxembourg RO RosaLuxembourg
Luxembourg Luxemburl political pllical economy enol7 Franz FraniMehrring Frnz FrnzIebrlnc FranzMebrring
Mehrring Iebrlnc history hbtor Herr Stadthagen in industrial Industril industrial ¬
dustrial dustril and nd social Ilallegillatlon legislation H I Cunorev Cunorevsociology Cunor Cunoreysociology
sociology Herr Her Rosenfeld Rosnfeld municipal municipl law lawand lawand lawand
and Herr Wurm Wln communal cmmunal politics politicsThere pltc pltcThere politicsThere
There are ar about one ote hundred hundr students studenuwho studenho studentswho
who ho are chosen cholen from frm among the the rankiof ranki rnks rnksof rankeof
of the militants mil3ntl holding holdlnJ official otclal position positioneither positon positionseither
either in the political p1tio1grup group or in the moor incorporated Inor Inorprte moorporated ¬
porated prte unions allied aled with it The union unionor union unionsor
or syndicates dlcatel pay py for their students Itudent th thcentral the thecentral thecentral
central treasury tnalur defrays the expenses ol olthe otthe ofthe
the others Qte while whie they te are In expnses attendance attendanceat atendanc
at the classes clu es If I they have dependent dependentfamilies depndent depndentfamie dependentfamilies
families famie it defrays deray the expenses expenle of these the
during the absence of the breadwinners breadwinnersThe
The Instruction Introtlon Is b divided divide into tour fouiourses tourcour fourcourses
courses cour ending In a minute study of th the
history hltor of socialism soialsm The Te school fho1 is In irsome Inome insome
some sort the cradle crdle from which the fu future tu totune ¬
tune tur of the party pary Is developed developedIt develop
It I can cln hardly be b regarded regarde as strange strangethat strangethat strangethat
that a party which provides In this
prly provlde com comf comprehenlive cornprehenelve
rchermive prehenlive f > and Intelligent Intelgent way for Its Itiown Il Itsown
own evolution eoluton has hal grown at t an ever in increasing Incrulng Incrooning ¬
creasing crulng rate Its I adherents adh rnt assert aset that
during the last twelve tWllve years In which the theorganization theorganluton timeorganIzation
organization organluton has ba been hen year perfected peretd It has hainever hal hasnever
never neer halted hale a day In its Il march moch The in increase Incree increase ¬
crease cree in its I ranks rnks last lal year is i set t down downat
at 48000 48000Frederic 410 46000Frederio
Frederic Freero Fngpls Fngrl in 11 quoted as 1 having havingsaid havingsaid
said d In 1892 When
182 we get 3500000 250 votes vote
It will wi be b enough to force every ever Govern Government Gvern Gvernment Governmont ¬
ment to capitulate caplulatc to usw u us German Genan so socialism socialism ¬
cialism c llm is I now estimated etmatd as a commandingmore commanding cmmandingmore 1
more than 3000000 300 votes vote The imperial imperialSovernment Impril ImprilGverment imperialGovernment
Government Gverment and the Governments Government of the theStated theBlatare theStates
Stated Blatare are still sll far from capitulating capitulting
The reason ra n for this It has recently be become b become ¬
come the fashion of Socialists Solallt to toeaybto say is to
be found In the old
policy of no
plcy com compromise compromise
promise prmIs Nowthatthatattitudeseemsto Xowthatthat tude ma cm cmprmIs to
have been abandoned Ibadoned for good god the hopes hopesof
of the party pry leaders leden and the fears of their theiradversaries tbelradverale theiradversaries
adverale adversaries point pint to t more tangible tngible results resultsthan reult
than in the past If 1 the surrender lurender of
Govermentl Governments Is b hardly to be b expected cxpte at a
least a considerable conalderble coloring of legisla legll ¬
lion ton In accord ard with socialistic lalsto doctrines doctrinesseems ddtrlnM ddtrlnMaom dlotrinesseems
aom seems far from Improbable ImprobableThe Imprbble ImprbbleTh
The Th Floating Flotnl Bookcase BookcaseTo nokee nokeeTo
To TH vita Potron FOltOI or THE T ScN5lr SCr I note nte Tour
reviewer seems ema to doubt the
rviewer t le story lr that a ease easeof
of boots bo 1 could culd Boat from rm the ship llp to the e Island Islandwhere nd
whee where the hero bercoYI heroconvict convict of a noel nor was It don dorsleem doe
seem Improbable Imprbable but bIl the wreck of tbe te th Ix Long > n
hlad Island Sound Suod ateamer Iarchmont Jlhmont bound Loe from rrm
Proldence to New Yorit In
Provldoc January tbree
Jauar yean yeaniso yea yeaago an
iso ro nUUes nl me believe beleve It 1 quits qUle possible 10lblc At A that
lime lme the life le savers uvr found on tbe th beach at the thenortb IbeDrlb thenorth
north Drlb end of Block lod Island a big case r of steel Iee hair hairclippers hairclippers
dIppr clippers of tbe sort rl used aee by every eur barber In Amer mer
lea These Troe clippers clppr were ere each eah In a pasteboard
bs boz to and ne the boies bos were all a packed peke In a big pstbar wooden woodenaae woe woecue
cue caseIf aaeIf
If steel will 1 float lol on wintry wlnlr seas ea why wh not law lawook I
bo books ook H 1 C CRSOI CAIIOI
iNDUNirous INOUIAOLIlne Ind November NOmbe 27 27Calfs 27calf 7 7aU
calf < aU Head With Wih Brain Brai Sac SaacTo SacTo 5acto
To THS T Eorroa Eor or T TH Twa K Sexair St can any anrif
or if iour ur readers raden supply me with lh a receipt relp for foroc forci forcalls
oc = calls bead In the old
ci tf cla lead fashioned faalonrd way ways
1 It was boiled boie and prepared preparf with lh a brain sauce sauceLTNM sauceLTww uce uceLnM
LTNM LnM Mass J November Novmbe a M P c cThe CTe CTb
The Te Tb latest Mod ModThs XoeT 3fdTb
Ths T milliner miIne with I many lany wInk winksDevises wInkDa winkDvtiei
Devises Da mulllfsrlous lulUarous klnka klnkala klok
la and D about but the tie turban lurba frame frameThen trameTea frameThen
Then Tea calls cll It by bJ some me other oter name nanveTurkish al namet
> Turkish and Russian
Trkl1 Ruala are on view viewCossack viewCossack IewCaek
Cossack Caek and Sultan Sltn Ublan Ubln too tooNow tooNo tooNow
Now No comes ce the rtembrandl RembradL sod a Husssr HusssrAnother I linusAnother
Another AaoUer twist wt and ad here you are aret aretNapoleonworn rl rlNpIOowr I INapoleon
Napoleon NpIOowr Napoleonworn worn crossways erl please pleaseIn
In Ju just ust the style atrl on one always aaaAn set setAnd seesAnd
And An at gtibe the be side al to t civs Iln effect effectTbe etc etcIne effectIrh
Tbe Irh Auduboaltes AUdubale cannot cnao object objectFur obleelFr objecttmFur
Fur Fr of monkey moaley quill qilU of ioos ioosTo 10e guess guessno
To keep ths Ua tim bat 1 from frm coming loose looseOne Ie IeOa looseOae
One dares dr lo t hope hOp hopeit It U I so 1 plain plainThat p ptatnThstwomeas
That nwDea Thstwomeas womens modes mOe at axe getting cll tta suet l 1L
4 1 L T4TavXA3t0o Torosa T Tr
r r I
A Pott PtleUt PastEJeetisli > Electl a Comment Clmet on e Their Tpi ia iadtens i indIm
dIm d llerklBf llerklBffrom florMngoes ldIC
from 10 oes Uu IIlrllapoU n tmianapoZ anapol star starIt 30 30I ar arit
I It is I a serious rlou question queton whether whetbe the adop adoption ao aot0n adoplion ¬
lion t0n of direct dIrct primaries primarie has habendtf benefited or orInjured fr frInjur orinjured
the situation of municipal
Injured Injur 81uallon municpl politics politicsIn Mllt
In the election eleLon of a Mayor The city el of ofIndianapolis nlIndinapls otIndianapolis
Indianapolis Indinapls now confronts cnrrnt a condition cndtton In towhich Inwblrh inwhich
which its I Mayorelect aorlel a poor por man Is trvlrj trvlrjto tnIt
to discharge dlharae the financial fnlnclal obligation obl ton be In Incurred Incur incurred ¬
curred not so 0 much mich In the thefnal final election electionbror ai aibefore a abefore
cur before bror tbe primaries prmaresblltaton5 primariesobligations obligations he en enterod c ctered Cter
tered ter Into up I as a to I carry the various wards wardsfor warts wartsfor warnsfor
for the nomination nominationThe nomlnalon nomlnalonThe
The general aenerat public publc does do not undemand undemandso under t4nf
so 1 well wel as do the men who bo do the practkai practkaiwork praclal praclalwork practiSlwork
work in politics pltt the conditions cnditon which hlch cot cotfront cotrrnt confront
front rrnt the man seeking seldnc a nomination for forMayor frayor fn fnMayor
Mayor ayor After Arer be has ha consulted cnsuled some 10De cen central entrl cenIntl ¬
tral trl authority altbort or authorities authoriies be Is I referred referredto rerfrrr
to the socalled ole leaders leden In the various vaIous t ward wardand ard ardand ardand
and and these thel Inform him that It Is I possible psfbl ho hocan b bcn hcan
can cn carry cary their ward waTl but blt money will wl h hrequired h hrquir t trequIred
required rquir for expenses espnsl From rm 140 Hoo i to n 11 11n 1vni 1vnia < y i ia
a n ward war Is I the required requIre amount and he theaspirant hea hesspirant
aspirant a la made to believe bleve that tht thathe he mutt mutteither mueteithertaise n neltberltals
either eltberltals eithertaise raise this tbs money mOley or withdraw lhd aw from fromthe fromthe fromthe
the race rc At one stage of his hlre hisShank racs Mr MrShank rr rrShank
Shank was scared scare out and withdrew wJthdrw At 1 a alater alater alater
later stage stle the money moneJ was al supplied slpple and b bbacked bs bsbck bebacked
backed bck in inOf Inor inOf
Of course cune this th Is I all al wrongand wrong and nd ought not notto nl nlto notte
to be b Somehow Smeho or other tie ought oleht to get eftthe Ift Iftthe getthe
the financial fnaDclAI element out of our municipal municipalcampaigns munlcNI munlcNIcampl municipalcampaigns
campaigns campl ne It I Is In the national fatlonal and an State Statecampaigns Starcampaltn Sttcampaign
campaigns campaltn though growing rwlnelu lass promlntrt promlntrtunder promlner proniinertunder
under newspaper newsppr criticismand crtclmand it ought oUihUn oUihUnb oughtjnbe Jo Jobe
be b banIshed banlhe entirely entrly from frm city dl elertlnn elertlnnYet etfrllnnYet etgtinnsYet >
Yet it Is a a question queston nether heth r the direct pri primary Ntmary primary ¬
mary mary has ha not no Increased Incrao1 rather than dimin diminished dlmlbe dimijililieS ¬
lilieS be the facilities belles of ward bosses bosle to ImM ImMup h1up iiciiiup
up the prospective prspthe nominee nomineeTHE nomlue nomlueTilE nomiucerut
May It I Not Ito l a Phrslral IJIM Force 0 1orthy 1orthyof 1Dh 1Dhof
of the Scientists SlntU Notice NoticeTo ioticTo ot e eTo
To yaK KDITOU IDITon or TIIK TnJ SUN 8t SiStp tar i Ii npbenomena Iiphenomena ite itephenomena
phenomena Kutapla Ialadino produce produceare prdur prdurar s sare
are ar not notexpllcabieby explicable explcable by tbe physical pbJlcllaw lau with nlthwhich withwhIch Ih Ihwblb
which wblb we e are ar familiar rOlllr and there th r Is I Itttlo Itttloprobability 111 111probbllY iitttsprobabilIty
probability probbllY that tlt departed deprled spirits splrl lift 1 hr hrtables hrtable hertables
tables table It I is not therefore therfore certain that cbs cbsis h his 1 1Is
is a fraud frald It J would ouhll1 rcem wore rnr Intelligent Intelligentto
to imagine It possible pelble that there Iher may IM IMphysical I Iphllll lisphysical
physical forces ror with II nlilih hlh nc te are arl rv not notfatniliar > l lfamiliar
familiar famiar and net et about Iblt investigating Inv thtl II llifui llifuiIn IIDI IIDIIn ihrain
In a scientific clcnll 6 spirit limtoad Int ad of mrrply lCt Jeer JeerIng J jeepIng e eIlr
Ing Ilr at lt what hat we e do o not understand understandTwentynine Ildnland Ildnland1weltnlne iitiderstandTwentynine
Twentynine 1weltnlne yestra > e ell r ego lo I w saw w in Inin an oM oMplantation 01plantton oIplantation
plantation plantton house bOK In 1 IxntUUnn where hr tier nnvtrickery Inv InvIrlckery tiertrickery
trickery or preparation prlllreLlol wan M iitttx hlt iItthl iItthla > rbl rbla tl tla
a bin mahogany trble that 1a wa > a not notmovod castle czwlrmovoct castlemoved
moved tip and rock and Hlldofrom tld frol room rom romrm to toroom toroom
room nml 111 travel Ivl dow dn a lone Ions pliw JI17 a tndfr tndfrthe In InIhe lnrerthe
rm <
the flncer tlpM of n onirn olum who wh lo imaMlflM imaMlflMcould iinaseiiJcould lfj lfjclld
could clld fnler not IOt have tp moved tl thO the > table tabll r MlhU MlhUerllon 14 > V thee theeertlon itmt ss ssertioti
ertlon of all au her IOp strength atrnlih Thi this feat M Mperformed as asperformed
performed prfontd al a dozen time IO In II Ii broad braf clAkllirht clAkllirhtthe d lhrhl lhrhlIhl
the Ihl old Anmnd rald lamp tippet uII u < l family famiy Bible hlhll hem bcinlifted btn2 btn2lted hemlifted
lifted lted off of for the performance prtormall any an old oldtime 011tin oldtIrne
time tin The table mover sea ni a not nn A 1 spirit npirltuaUst 1flri spiritunlist
uaUst and nd had ad noIdea loldea lion 10 she fhe did It M Mnimply SI b bsimply >
simply IIPI knew lw that slie he could culd move loe the Uh Uhand 1411 1411and tahis tahisarid
and offered orerd no explanation plalUlon of her curious oinomponer curiouspower lriol
power ponerAnother per Another feat I often ottn saw 1 perform performf1 at atthat AIIhat atthat
that lime was A the Ihlrlr lifting of a man mll luauover welgtiirtz welgtiirtzover Wl16hihz Wl16hihzoVlr
over oVlr lme neo 00 pund pounds by four fOlr young younl girls Ilrl Th Thperson Thfr81 The Theperson
person to he l > e lifted If str strptehl stretched tched JIIIlf himself on onhis onIII onlila
his fr81 III bark bak upon a 1 dining dlnlnl room romlKbll litble rb Togirls rbilrls rbgirls
girls ilrls each upn nut Plt a forefinger forOl1rer under him lifted llfudhim lifted1dm 11 11him
him 1dm as a lightly Ilhly an If he were frl made IIPol initdeotcartt initdeotcarttboard of card cardboard cIdbar ¬
board and carried carlI him about abut the Ih ro rC1 roni roniconCiotis m mconscious
conscious conliol bar of no weight so Iqng IOJll a alll as all fli fliheld n nhld flheld
held their breath As A coon tn as I cvrn tv oru orudrew 00 onsdrew
drew dre breath brtlth the law la of gravity IrBvl took tok hold holdagain b1alaln boldagain
again alaln and Ind the man had h a fall fal Soir o ow then thennpems Ib Ibsem thereseems
seems sem I no reason rln > hy h holdlpg holdllll the breath breathshould brathbould breathshould
should suspend one of the most ost certain certainforces cta1nfore certainforces
forces fore wo 0 know 1 now but Mveral Vra persona tfnl nut nuttry PA an antr
try Ir the experiment for themselves Ihel elt apdjlnd apdjlndthat a aUtinnithat 7r 7rThere
that It will wi willThere jDd jDdthst
There were re certainly no buccaneer buccaneeror buoalltr
or Little tle liright JrlghtJe Hrighlyes cerlalnt fere concerned conctred In thee lhfofeats tbt theefesta
feats They TIC The were simply simp lbs Ibl diversions diversionsof
of people prple playing 11lnl with ltli lb forces focC of whifh whifhthey srhiititer fhleh fhlehIhe
they Ihe knew nothing nothinglint nolhlml nothtnrInstead
lint Instead pad of woAtltxt waUnI time HMeniog 101InlDItO lletenlogtothe lletenlogtothesilty to tV tVsilly tf
silly al old < abracadabra abraaabra of centre contr or orpanting o orpasting
panting pohtaue ptae stamps tanpf lo the toon loelof teaofnte teaofntedlumns of nl nldlum me medium ¬
dium Jtnl it would olld scent cer more mor sensible fenlbl to ad admit admiL adnut ¬
miL that lat thorn are phynical lhMlal laws of which whichwe blehwe
we are yet et Ignorant rornt and ald set t earneitUyubQUl earneitUyubQUlfinding ernly eanlient1 bout abQuIfinding boutnn
finding nn ln out what they are areItadionctivlty areItadloactivify
Itadionctivlty ladloaclvl < lately 111 a IUI wholly whol unsuspected unsuspectedforfe
forfe foT was wal discovered dlvereln In tttatiwryv tata unlltftf Kiev Kievtriclty Ylc Electrlcity
triclty more toe miraculous tllr thaa taI thsanyzpaww thsanyzpawwyet jtrjyipowrr jtrjyipowrrret 1 1yet
yet known to man ma Is I a mererx merecweqoisptae merecweqoisptaein imoHple imoHplein < >
In in respect repet to toils Ita I use ual today tdaullallnte tdaullallntecent meelfloRe meelfloReIn j n4sui l an IniellTr IniellTrgent lntaIITegent
gent study tdyof of such Sch folk rolt aa ftbe asthe tbe Paladlno Paladlnowoman radIDomn rstadinwoman
woman might mllht put us on th the track trak of rt1 rt1nmnels coit eqjtal eqjtalrnnrveis J Jmarvels
marvels E t B BKjfsiiivo W l lLrN1lla
Kjfsiiivo LlII O L I November NovemberTHE November2OTlIt ovlm r 1
1I I I ITilE
kn n Initirj InCutrJ InqulrytThelher Whether beh PAves Ih Are r Not ot NarrK NarrKHeed Mt Nmei Nmeineed
Heed n by One Ont Shaft Shaf ConstrtibUon ConstrtibUonTo eurHll CO tth21tII tth21tIITo d t
To THE T E EniTon or THE TUE Tu 8uxTSir 8trSir The Thepress fhppres Fhspress
press pres of the entire entre country cunly bemoans benlOlh benlOlhflct th thfact tbfact
fact that the mine disaster
flct Cherry clutrr clutrron was wasone wa waone
one on of those accidents which hlcb every one onedeplores oaf On Ondeplores
deplores d but no one can avoid While Whilemy Whilmy Whitmy
my knowledge knowleco of mines mlnt lalmle Ia I limited to toIn toInformalon ITU ITUformation In Information
formation formalon acquired AquIre from frm men who hoh hohmade ha hamade have havemade
made a study of them tlem I beg bei to toIt ul ask wht whtit lf lfltls
It ltls is that usually ulualy only one shaft occasional occasionaltwo c do lIoOaTy lIoOaTytwol l
twol IK e maintained malntln onll < Is it itnot not Inie that thatas Ihatas thatas
as mines mine am ar now no constructed conltlc r an explslon explslonor exllon exllonor
or fire near ar the main malnsbal shaft cuts CIUI off 0111111 all means niexnsof
of escape fape for the men on onlhe Ihe lower level levelDescriptions leveisDeacriptlona
Descriptions DPrlplon of the Cherry mine disaster disasteragree dll dlsasttragree lr lralrel
agree alrel that the twelve brave men who lost losttheir lootIhelr losttheir
their lives lve In the cage In the sixth Ilth d event ent for forthe fn fnthe forthe
the purpose of rescue r811 were rook ronitted ted wt < tt iH iHbottom l tile tilebottom
bottom btom purpsf of this thll shaft barurlh Further rlte the twenty twentymen tvITmen twentymen
men who suffered tulerl seven days Imprison Imprisonment Imprisonmeat
ment In a remote section Mton secttonof of th ihquiitep ihquiitepremote I0pron I0pronment nihifep nihifepremote Jlle Jlleremole
remote from frm this thl main shaft bar I presume presumesaved prPlme prPlmelaved presumesaved
saved themselves tbeJuel1 by b the forethought forelhou hl of
building buldlnl a barricade rlcad which protected them themagainst themagainst
against the flame If that mine had been beenprovided tpt fl flprovided
provided with severs several r salts > lu Instead of on onIn onIn
In other words If the precaution had hadbeen hatbeen
been taken as the digging progressed ln lnsink teesink
sink a shaft near or beyond that thattemoi5 thattemoi5section temol temolsection
section and leading to It from another anotherside anotheside
side would not escape have been an en eamatter t tmatter
matter In all li probability WelasIst elnslntupoTi elnslntupoTimany upolY upolYmany
many fire exits In our theatres why not notIn meetin
In a mine unless It be that the cost 1 1counted s scounted1
counted F
BnoonTX November zo zoClock 20Clock
Clock Womnd Vp for 1OOOO Tears Tearsfrom TeariprOm
from thi Wittmtnsur GaittH GaittHThere GoeUThere
There have been many attempts to aolve lt ltsecret 1e 1eaecret >
secret of perpetual notion The nearest ap approach approach
proach to that Ideal idealthough though It dmdtorraaVci dmdtorraaVcino inve4tc rpatc rpatcno
no claim to have discovered ti i4a Is a timepiece timepiecedevised timepiectdevised
devised by tbe thefloa Hon It J Strutt Lord rtayl Tiariciahe Tiariciaheson b bson
son which consist of two leaves ot aluminum ZsIuOinuman aluminuman
an exhausted class tube and a f ractlonof a grals gralsof
of radium The radioactivity of the radium radiumcauses ridimaumcauses
causes the aluminum leaves to move moveonc once a min minute aim aimute ¬
ute and with a wireless coherer a bell rings at ateach ateach
each movement For 10000 years at leailtM leailtMwonderful leaatthtwonderful
wonderful energy Inherent In the microscopic microscopicpiece
piece of radium will It U calculated continue tn tnact t tact
act and nothing whatever needs to be done v vthe to tothe >
the clock once U Is set going goingIsland goingIsland
Island Volcanoes VolcanoesFnr VolcanoFror
Fnr tin London Clronlclt ClronlcltNo Citron fete feteNo
No volcano Is better staged thin the th Peak of ofTenertffe ofTencrlffe
Tenertffe Fortunately for the Islanders this
12000 foot hlf high b monster usually employs the thecen thecenturlei cen centurtes
turtes to sleep and his present furious outburst outburstmay outburstmay
may txs nothing but a drowsy yawn Although Althoughfrom Althoughfrom
from the lesser neIghboring peaks ot El PI Plton ton and andCbahotra andClishotri
Cbahotra sulphur Is constantly emitted there therebas therehas
bas been no real sensational tow of lava atnc atnc17SK1 sinesige
17SK1 and 17M An almost perpendicular barrier bartlwof
of rock surrounds the horrid gaping mouth of oftbe ofthe
the central crater The Island will not accept It Itaa itas
aa a sign of grace on time part of the great White WhiteMountain WhiteMountain
Mountain that her more active rival rtvalVesuvjus Vesuvius Is Isnow isnow
now wreathing herself In poisonous fumes fumesFrenchmen fumesFrenchmen
Frenchmen la Argentina ArgentinaFrom
From Dally Conmtar end Tradi Reports niportiIt
It Is reliably reported that a French company companrIs
Is being formed with a cspltsl of oooooo under undertbe undsethe
the auspices of the owners of the French Railway RailwayIn
In the Province of Santa It for the construcjlrn construcjlrnat
at Important railway lines In Argentina There Thereare Thereare
are fully 100000 Frenchmen la th Argentine ArgentineRepublic Arrsnltnn
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