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Ko o enemy ot the Hon CHARLES DlARLEBVAS CIUlLOEv1 CHARLESETANS
Ev1 ETANS VAS S Hrorrra Ht fWI however determined determinedno
no opponent or thn th HlnmanGrren bill billhowever billhowever blilhowever
however esmett will refuae to the ra mall malland ina inasiid a aand
and his measure that sympathy which whichla
la now their rightful due diwThe dufThe dueThe >
The bill hn hM become the tutddent rem remcant Ifmlant remt
t cant of a bargain III1f al It Its former formerfriend rOrtnfttriendA lormerfl4ndR
friend have rejected aa bogus and andworthier andworthle sdorthIe
worthier that fraction still surviving survlTingTo
To ll 18 enemie alone It ha value In the theopportunity theopportunlt theopportunity
opportunity it offer for one more po political polItkal political ¬
litical trade for another fictitious sale salewhich Iehlch salewhIch
which hlch may ma deceive the public publics
As s for the Governor the lat act actIn actIn actIn
In thin sordid campaign nlscloMM naeI him himeagerly himealerly himeaeriy
eagerly bartering away every principle principleIn
In his measure which he has proclaimed proclaimedeswntlaJ plOtildmNtesamtlal prodalmedeuential
eswntlaJ and vital In the vain hope of ofsecuring orrln otsecuring
securing rln for the worthies hell the com compelling comrellinlt cornpelling ¬
pelling anUtanco of the familiar devlc devlcof deYlor devicof
of the t machine politician the caucus caucusBy caUCUlthe caucusfly
By the caucus PUTT ruled and ODMJ ODMJgrew Oot1Lg ODEugrrw
grew g w strong On the caucus aa on a acornerctone aronlffIlone aconerstnne
cornerctone the boMt have relied for forGenerations foreneratioM forgenerations
Generations Against its It abuses have havebeen haveen I
been en n levellrxl the attacks of score of ofbonwt ofbon ofbonct
bonwt bon t men who sought lIOu ht real I reform In Inthe Inthe inthe
the public life of this State Yet et now at atthe atthe atthe
the dose of a fight for civic ch regenera regeneration rltIneratlon reeneration ¬
tion the lion CHARLES KVANI 8 HUGHES HDORUeagerly neGRUHltltrly HUGHESeagerly
eagerly bargains for the aid of party partycaucus partcau partycaucus
caucus cau to rave tho wortheu remnant remnantof
of hta ruined plan planWhen planWhtn planWhen
When the table of lowes 1WItfIln in the pre present pl1len preent ¬
ent en ront conteet < t i M ii made up how infinitely infinitelyMBniflcant Inftnitel Inftnitelnctlgnjllt3nt infinitelytnIgn1firant
MBniflcant by contrast will appear the theIOM theof
IOM 10 of the HinmanGreen bill for which whicha
a all for a shadow so many man real things thingshave thl thlM thingshave
have M e been wcrificrxl wcrificrxlThe acrifietdThe
The Mrntagr 11 of April rrll II 1 1 IftOK IftOKDuring 1198Durin 105hung
During the debate in the thtont Senate on the thennval tbenBul thenaval
naval appropriation bill Mr Ir HALX of ofMaine oflldM ofMltne
Maine and Mr Ir DEPEW of New York dis disruMd dlaMUHd di dirued
rued for the benefit neftt of younger youn r Hens Senators Henstim na natm ¬
tim the incident that led up to the thevnr theIlr
vnr Ilr with Spain in I isttq nnd nd we e are sure surathat lIurethat surethat
that th country tntry has received the im imprwton 1mp Impreeton
prwton p iGn from reports of the debate that thatPresident thatPrttidffit thatFikflt
President MrKlXLKT was opposed to a arw afMrt armrt
rw fMrt > rt to arms and did all in his hi power powerto
to prevent it However neither Mr MrHALE MrJIALE MrhALE
HALE nor Mr Ir DEPEW believed that Mr MrMcKlvur 31rICIIUT MrMCKINLEY
MCKINLEY reluctant as a he h was U to iViare iViarewith I4hUlIIilh garewith
with CongrrM the ratponibility fPjIfIOn ibi1lty for forhostilities forbMtil forhoetihttre
hostilities bMtil tlflll exhatnted tlhall ted the influence of ofhis ofh ofhie
his h office to avert them There Is one onosentence oneftntenCl onesentence
sentence of Mr DIPIWD that has not notboen notn notbeen
been n published as it was spoken Mr MrHALE 31rHuy MrhALE
HALE having o uked > ked him whether he did didpot didrIot
1 I pot believe that if the question of war waruith Wilti warith
i uith Uh Spain had gone ne over OTero President PresidentMcKlXLKT PmlidentIcKInu PresidentJCKIXLzT
McKlXLKT before bt rore the opening of the thonext tbeI thenelt
next kAAlon ton of Congress would have havenegotiated haTlegotlAttd havertegottatrd
I
negotiated Spain off the American con continent contineAt cont1nent ¬
tinent Mr DETEW replied repliedUndoubtedly rplledUlldoobf4oo1l repliedLdobitfly
Undoubtedly but th Pmldcal of ofStat Ik CilMd CilMdlute CaIIl4ltalea
lute did not ktppen to fcav hs n a itronf troD rntih rntihlennBtllty 11I01111lI eatj eatjpeinlltty
lennBtllty lI to rttUt rtl tb t the popnlar porutLThe demand demandThe dtm1I4The
The meMgfl upon our relations with withSpain witHn
I Spain which Mr McKuOET 3IcKL T sent to Con Congress Conon Congrass ¬
grass on April prlill 11 bears n Mr DEn out ourTho outI
I Tho President took no stand against againstarmed altIMtarmed againstarmed
armed intervention in Cuba In fact facthe facthI facehe
he seemed inld to urge it He went over the thehistory Ih Ihhl6tory thehIatoryotinsirrectionsinCuba
history hIatoryotinsirrectionsinCuba of insurrections In Cuba painted painteddarkly painteddarkly painteddarkly
darkly the horrors of concentration reconcentratlonreiteratld reconcentrationreiterated concentrationreiterated
reiterated the Judgment of a previous previousmease preTiol111meue previousmestge
mease that the Spanish campaign in inI Intbe inthe
I the island was not civilized warfare warf it itwas ItWIUI itwM
was extermination recited the failure failureof
of negotiations through throu General WOOD WOODrnRP Woonronn
rnRP the American Minister to Spain Spainto
to end nd the struggle maintained that it itwould ItIf Itwould
would If be unwise to recognize ze the Cuban CubanRepublic CubanRppllbl CubanUepibIic
Republic c forcibly and seriatim set forth forththe forththe
I the grounds for armed Intervention de deckued declAred dodared
dared that the destruction of the thoi Maine Mainen
i n was a aM a patent and Impressive proof of a astate atate astate
state of f things in Cuba that 1s Intolerab1 intoler intolerabK
i abK ab and andinasktngforauthoritytotalce andinasktngforauthoritytotalcenMim in asking uklndor for authority to take takemeaxires takemealrft
meaxires to secure a full and final teV teVmiMtkm t tmlMtlffllr tnuastinMhnstiIittesandastnblegov
miMtkm nuastinMhnstiIittesandastnblegov nuastinMhnstiIittesandastnblegovenm4nt of hostilities and a U8blelov U8blelovecftlWnt table gov government ¬
ernment In the tboland island by employing the thearmv thearm
1 ann and navy MJr if necessary ho housed used UMltthit UMltthitpn this thlpregnant thisprPnant
pregnant pn nant language languageTV
TV n only ASh IF 505P ol re r iSt f and repot Iran tremI a aee4 ao41110o
I ee4 o41110o ottUoo < il n abk Mco ean C no loser ioeg b be tadvrtd I II IipadkaIO rill tkterofred rilll
l I erofred pr itdfeaBon ellraUOD el Cuba CII la I th 1M Rams m ol olkjmMtir al1Inr ofaiaaIlr
kjmMtir 10 n tb ntnu R IM ol rlvttliatloa In bball balillol balillolID ol olttr ofdssgM
ID dssgM lItrM ttr I A Ama erkn taleretu WIta wkkk fit rt gte ut a Ut Utrttki a ajII htNIIIad
rttki tNIIIad jII tad tie UI duly to speak flId sad to art at It ISa war wa r la laCjfrt laOlK iimait
Cjfrt mail IIIItIn tiep tiepIn a aIn
In an addendum Mr McKrxLBr noti notified nollfI notifled ¬
fled fI Congress that the Queen of Spain Spainhad Spainh SpainwI
had h decreed der a suspension IIp on of f hostilities hostilitiesla h01lHtlt hostilitiesnCuba
i la l nCuba Cub Cb and hi hll hts burt lastwords words 1on18 were wereII Wfr WfrI
II I leet 4 f re tUh t 1441 0 tvrceuhl 11 mulL rtul tkt tktour lba lbaie >
our ie ttekaHen at a athrtttlaa aCbr e kMu pear ee lo 110 loitag < l peepl peeplwMhemKte
P
t wMhemKte w ais t b raNit K IttlUHt I If II l 1a11 ItwW It wt wI bennly k oIq oIqfv44iSIe4 aatker aatkerft o of
ft fv44iSIe4 Uirt nn lor f 10 ow oamteaip4at4 MU M > mt > Ut < 4 aeil aeilThe al alTt aet4oa aet4oaThe
The Tt mewM rC rnesse e wa cheeretl 1 lln in the t Hmwe Hmwea tI11 I1iiiAaaed
a ad < I received fYII by ly I the I Seisin In inA lI 4lence 4lenceTwo >
j Two II Isvs Inter t the I limp J qsq qsqj atithorited atithoritedthe 1ltha
I j the t 1 Pnvwlent Pllnl ro o intervene mfYt to t Mop Mo the thewar tl thewar
1 war wa tn Cub ub ur and < se e the land Ilnd and I iwral iwralforc Myalforces Y81 Y81fom
forc fom forces oUt o ljjvi LP StatM 5 for o o IbM t to
I
fupau f Th T ml Senate St oa April Apr 18 i dl dlnctod d d1tted
nctod r and Id empowered empe the t President Presidentof Pmlent Pmlento
of o the t United Unite States Slate to use tl the army armyand ay armyand I
and ad navy na to compel cmpl Spain Spn to relinquish relinquishher rlnqulb i
her b government IVet 9n In the island IInd of Cuba CubaSuch Cboi CubaSuch
Such Suc were the facts fc The 1le American Americanpeople Amercan Amercanppe Americanpeople
people believed bleye that tht war r was 11 necessary necessaryand n ary arya
ppe
and a Inevitable lnyltable and that lht their cause mlM was wasjust wa wasjust
just No o strong trnl personality plnalty in the theWhite theWhite theWhite
White House HoU could have MY convinced cnylne them themof thm thmor
of the lh contrary cntrar CongreM Co1 reflected rfte the thesentiment tbeantmenl thesentiments
sentiment antmenl and the desire dtil of the people peopleMr IplMr ople opleMr
Mr McKlMJCT ICltSJIT bowed 10llt1 to their tHlr will willPersonally wi willPersonally
Personally Plorly lie may m have been tAn opposed opposedto
to the t war wa and it has ha been bfh reported rprted opp that lliatbe thathe thatbe
be told some te of his hi Intimates InUmale that lie liewas hewu liewas
was opposed to Ii it I But Blt he hI must mlit be bejudged b bJudl bejudged
opp
judged Judl by the emergency tettnc message messagewhich mtll mtllhch messagewhich
which hch be tent ant to Congress onr on April prlIU prlIUfonKr II II1M
1888 Congress fonKr Interpreted Intfrrtttl it as an anassent annt anwent
assent nt to its Itlwl1 well known belief bler that war warroil warrllid
roil rllid 01111 Id not be 1M avoided avoldf1 and was tllllirblt tllllirbltIt desirable desirableIt
It was 11 certainly not a powerful Ilwerll brief brieffor brierfor brietfor
for 11 11On eare wseeOn > eareOnWIIhllirNrwOrlraniKMioiillliin
OnWIIhllirNrwOrlraniKMioiillliin OnWIIhllirNrwOrlraniKMioiillliinWith On With lh lie wOrlran Yllolllnl YllolllnlWlh Epoft hint hintViih
With Wlh the entire I uWnna IJlnna Legislature Legislaturedescending t 1gilatiiredesending latln
descending dl nclnK resolutely Illtly rasoliitelvupon upon Washington Washingtonheaded Wlhlnaon Wlhlnaonhfnf Washingtonbeaded
headed hfnf by h the th Governor of the th Htate Htateand Htatead Htatsand
and ad a hundred hunr or more mor Mayois ayol1 and andassorted ad adrtr andassorted
assorted rtr private Iltate citizens iUtn the general generalGovernment Knfrl KnfrlGovrment generalfinverement
Government Govrment will 1 have to take lak that thatPanama thatIlanama thatPanama
Panama eiposillon tpiion very seriously erioa ly We Wedo W Wdo Wedo
do not recall rl anotherdemonstrntlon of oflike oflke oflike
like lke character cbarcteo so impressive Imllllye and so IO ap apparently a aparnty apparently ¬
parently parnty sincere ainrre U It has ha every eve appear appearance appear appearar appearIncs ¬
ance ar of a spontaneous lpntaoU appeal appa from frm the thnentire thl thlentlr theentire
entire entlr State Rtatt of IJu1lana Louisiana and ad this thl ap appeal appeal p ¬
peal pal If we may mr derive an a Impression Impressionfrom Iprlon Iprlonfr
from fr the th newspapers nppr has b the sym sympathy aympthy sympathy ¬
pathy pthy where whe it has not the vigorous vigorousadvocacy Ygr vigorousadvocacy
advocacy advoc of a large la part prt of the t South Southand Ruth Rutha Southand
considerable of the theMississippi theMississippi
and
a a very yer conldrrble part plr th
Mississippi 31illppi Valley ValleySt al
St Louis IJul has ha had ha an exposition eZpllon of ofIts ofIt ofit
Its It it own on so 1 recently rtly that tt U I not yet yetready yetrady yetready
ready rady to ask for another anlher Chicago CIIIO has hasmore humor hasmore
more mor important Iprtat things to attend atend to toIn toInfac toin toinfact In Infact
fact fac it Is I I afflicted alde with growing Iwlni palm palmand pw pwa painand
and a we w may truly tr say N that from fr the theGulf theOulf theQuIt
Gulf to the t Lakes Le and ad from fr Pittaburg Pittaburgto Pttbr
to t Omaha Oma there U I not In that vast Vlt em empire emplre empile ¬
pile a city dt except eZe New Ne Orleans Orle which whichboth whichbolh whichth
both th wants want and ad could cul entertain et a Pan Panama Pa Panama ¬
ama aa exposition expositionThere ezllon ezllonTer expositionThere
There Ter Is no D doubt dobt now that tht Sew aw Or Orleans Orlena Orleans ¬
leans lena wants ut It It We cannot cot deny den the th sig significance ahntC significance ¬
nificance ntC of this thl outburst outbullt Moreover Moreoversince Moreoversince Iorr IorrIno
since Ino there th to I I to be b an exhibition xlbltln and andsince ad adIno andaloe
since Ino New Ne Orleans Ortlwlta insists we take sees oecalon o seesion
lon to repeat rt our original orgnal comment that thatnot ha1 ha1not I II
not I only onl11 U the Crescent Ct City rl the t logical logicallocation 10g logicallocation
location loton for a Panama Paaa celebration t btM but butit bl I
it 1 U I better bUrr equipped euip for hospitality hepltalt and andfar ad adtar andfar
far more mor versed ye In the practice fnclo than any anyother ar arothe anyother
other othe community rommutre we know kow of It is I I ac accessible a aOlbJe accessible ¬
cessible OlbJe by b all al the th great gat longitudinal lngtuina rail railway rl rlaY railways ¬
way aY and ad by all al the fleets fetl of the seven sevensea sevenMM Ten Tenad
sea and ad U I qualified qulftfd by more than th sixty sixtyyears alty sixtyyears
by by byclimate bydlat byclimate
years 1 an experience zprenc temperament temperet
climate dlat and ad otherwise othrl for a dispensation dispensationof dlpntlon dlpntlonof
of welcome good cheer chr and ad human hu com comfort romfort cornfort ¬
g
fort such as we do not know kow the like lke of ofanywhere ofanhere ofanywhere
anywhere New e Orleans Orf has b greatly greatlychanged latly latlychntd greatlychanged
changed within the last quarter of a acentury acntury acentury
chntd wlho t lt qurer
century The T old aroma am of grace g and andcourtesy andcurMY andcourtesy
courtesy curMY and leisure lelr and an hospitable boltle In Instinct Inatlc insttnct ¬
stinct atlc has b been bn enfeebled enfeble by the influx influxof Inu Inuof
of and There Therehave Therehave
new peoples pple an new nw manner mnnell Tere Terehye
have been b many transformations in inthe Intbe inthe
hye m torton
the interest Itrt of butlnesa bu no doubt doubtthough dot dottob doubtthough I
tob though not nt always aa aiwaystothe to the profit pt of de delight de dolight ¬
Ict light but there the remains r much tuch of the theancient theancent theindent
ancient ancent spirit 1prt and a the weather wetr from fromSeptember fr fromSeptember
September Septeer to t May Ia if i a little ltl ardent ardentat aent aentat
at each Nb end ed of that period po is I far more moredesirable moredNirble moredesirable
desirable dNirble and enjoyable eJOale than to the theweather theweather theweather
weather rich rch people pple rush ra to t Florida Floridaeach Ford floridaeach
each eh year er to t seek lk for winter winte use It U Uan Isa iian
an a ideal Idel place plc for food fo a celestial Ietlal place placefor pl placefor I
for cookery rP a place p where visitors will willbid wil willfind
bid genuine good wishes and a sincere sincereand sincereand
fd Io we snC snCad
and ad generous KHerOUI hospitality hospitalityWe hOpltltr hOpltltrWe
We did not nt and ad do not no believe btlivo that thatNew tt ttfW thatNew
New fW Orleans Orle can r afford rord it It To brcalT brcalTthe b breatthe a1
the te grip gp of Mr Ir SAMUEL SU IL GourKns OOUPM on the theriver therlyer theriver
river front frnt would be b worth more to the thecity thedt thecity
city dt than thn a thousand tOUd expositions epton but butif hutI butit
if I New Orleans Orlean has b forgotten foroltn the th disas disastrous dl disastrous ¬ i
trous tru exposition elptlon of twentyfive tntII years yearsago 1fn 1fna yesesago
ago a if the Louisiana Ll Legislature gltUn has hastaxed b hastaxed
taxed tfd the people pple and ad If the city Is willing willingto wln wlnt
to burden blrden itself Ilf afresh af who are ar we to tooffer tooer tooffer
offer oer another protest prt or r remonstrance remonstranceLet rontrnc
Let Lt the bagatelle bateUe proceed proceedSecretary pr proceedSecretary I I8ecar
Secretary 8ecar Meyer Succeeds SucceedsSecretary Succedt Succedt5e SucceedSecretary
Secretary 5e MXTXB MRa opposed op as he was waaat wuat wasat
at first frt by the civilian dTill bureaus buu of the theservice te teamee theservice
service amee and an by b their powerful peru backers backersin baker
in Congress Con has b at la last t effected efete a re reorganization r reorganinatlon ¬
organization oraniztion which baa b ha the te efficiency emrency of ofthe ofte ofthe
the te fleet tNt afloat alot for its It object objectAlthough obje objectAlthough
Although Alhou the general genr details dell of his hisscheme hllhe hisscheme
scheme he have been ben public property prorty for forless forIf forlees
less If than t six a months it has b come ce to pass passthat p passthat
that tht tho House HoU committee cote U I now no In full fullaccord fuUard fullaccord
accord ard with wih him and the Senate nle commit committee commt commtte committeepracticallyso ¬
tee te teepracticallyso practically prctlcUI so The T Thecomrnittceofthe ThecomrnittceoftheLatterbody committee cmUt of the thelatter th thlater
later Latterbody latter body by has b yielded yelde ungraciously unoulrand unoulrandwth and andwith andwith
with wth reluctance rtluctnc There The are gentlemen l gentlementherewbofor I Ithere I
there ther therewbofor who for years 1f have hae held the detl detlnies d destinice
nice of the navy na yln in their hands ban and to the theextent theextnt theextent
nN a
extent extnt of their power per have operated opat it itas Itaa itas
as an a adjunct ajun of the navy n1an yard There Thereare Tere Terea
are a statMmen Ittmen there thee today tOa who ho if they theyhad the thehd theyhad
hd had their way would od have hav just JUt ships shipsenough shipsenough hlp
enough to keep the navy nav yards 1ar busy busytinkering buytering busytinkering
tinkering tering at inferior Ineror hulks bub and an inciden incidentally Inddenty incidentally ¬
tally ty employing emlon Urge lle number number of politi political polt p011thcal ¬
strikers in the Interests of
cal c ter Inlereta favored favoredCongressmen faor fayoyjCongressman
Congressmen CongressmenAll Con
All this th has b changed canp Secretary SecretaryMTEB Sta SecretaryMtTTK
MTEB Mu baa b launched luche the propaganda plpanda of ofa ofa ofa
a fighting fltng fleet fet of navy na yards ya for the theships theahp theships
ships ahp and ad of military mUt control rontrl of o a mili military mi mliitan ¬
tary try tan branch bch Re H has h surrounded lurond him himself hi himself ¬
self with line officers navigators
i l omcrnavigatll engi engineers enl enginears
nears ner ordnance or experts epl strategists tratct and andwarriors andwr andwarriors
warriors wr and ad has b undertaken Ueren to t equip eup equipsnavy a anavy an
navy n afloat a = that tt will wi be b built b1 according accordingto arC arCto
to the t Ideas Id of the t men who whi will have hve to totake 10ta totake
take ta It into Ito battle bt1 afterward atra The T civil civilian cvil cvili dyiIan ¬
i ian contingent cntt heretofore hrtfor Immersed Ir in inluxury I inluxury
luxury and sitting nut the thear of
luW a It11 thf fir power powerbaa pe powerhas
baa h been b reduced ru to t its I it proper pr place pl in intr ins instruly a atruly
truly tr military mit mllitaryicheme scheme 1 and ad little Utt by b little littlebut lttl littlebutwith
but bt butwith with wi ever er tacnaaing letu IncreaaIngenthusia enthusiasm the thefljhting t thefighting
fighting hUne corps Cr and a Indeed I the te stronger strongerand Jrn r ra
and a the t wiser w1r members mb of the t stan a have havebeen hayeb havebeen
been to Mr Menus
b rallying rlyL1 t Mna standard standardIt at
I It t may mr be b saldJoday lay that he h can c ordain ordainhis ori ordainhis
his working personnel line ln and a staff staffalike itJfalike t
alike aie so 1 that there will 11 be b but bt one on semi sentiment e semimeat ¬
meat met and ad one o Incentive ctye animating altI the thewhole t thewhole
whole wbol corps corpsHe rol corpalie
He has h destroyed roye active opposition notl by bysuav b bMIYtna bysuaveand
suav MIYtna suaveand aa4 diplomatta dt methods me showing showisgin
in I the th ease t ef o PaymasterGeneral PaymasterGeneralROOTRI P 1 1I
ROOTRI for example that Rtlemana Rtlemanalo lenllns1laibIIy
I Rol fo e tt g ela elaI
I 1laibIIy lo k 1 < Mwwtts wUeb W WLI1 ajy
LI1
competent person could understand and andconveying ant antconveying
cd
cptnt pn ult An
conveying ronvyn to the Chief Constructor Contcr by bymental brmntal bymental
mental mntal suggestion luglNUon of tf course rUI the t Idea Ideathat Ide Ideathat
that he had better btpr get irt under uner cover rve and aadremain udmln andremain
remain mln there In a word the theIctur whole wholestructure wholestructure
structure Ictur of antagonism atonl that tht looked lokd so soformidable 1 o oformidable
formidable fondble last February ebnlr that surren surrendered surrendered urn urnder ¬
dered der hair the high and mighty milht boudoir Ixmdolrsand houdolr boudoirand
and an drawing rooms roo of Washington to an anindignant anjn1cnt anindignant
indignant jn1cnt and impetuous ImptuoU amazement amarementhas am1fment am1fmentb
has b In fact fac dissolved dhf Why Mr MKTER MKTERhimsqlf MavutI IKTlf
I himsqlf a civilian has b done donI this thing thingwhy IhingI thingwhy
why be was W8 not nt content with the use useof IJ useof
I of Government Oortmnelt yachts clA the thundering thunderingsalutes ihuinderingsalutes hunderlnl
salutes aUtM of navy nvy yards ar and n the affection affectionate altton alttonI ¬
ate endearments of the tb stay at home homewe homeswe
entnenla
I we 11 do not pretend Jltttnc to say ly He le has done doneit doneithoweverantl
it ithoweverantl however hoetr end at lot lutarr Iastafter after long lonl years yearsof 1tn 1tnof yearsof
of futilltyand futityan inefficiency lDmr ncy we WI aregetting aregettinga anlUlnl
a navy nvy fit ft fur war warThU warfliig or
ThU 111 MTNW H1 l In Ii IN matter mater fur sir genera generacongratulation Intrl IntrlrongratllaUII general generalcongratulat
congratulation congratulationAfaltut rongratllaUII rongratllaUIIAahlt inti intiAgalnat
Afaltut Thieving Ththlr Tradetnien TradetnienThe
The supine altitude tlild of the public Imble with withregard wih wihrgen withregard
regard rgen to tl the I lie thieve thlvl who rob rl it by byshort I I11r byshort
short 11r weights weijht and measure lin 11 hns Iweu Iweuone hileuOD su suone
one OD of the Htirpri lurprIni isiirpriing ing feature flll of tr each eachrecurring fub fubr eachrevurring
recurring r ur t exposure tJr of the methods methOI by bywhich bywhll bywhich
which whll dUhoncst dlhonlt tradesmen tr en fleece If their theircustomers IhelrCtO theircuatoniers
customers CtO tl State tAt officers omr municipal municipl in inspectors Inpo inspector ¬
spectors po and am unofficial unomrll investigators investigatorshave InYNthtltoll InYNthtltollhave
have frequently frlfnty directed dlnf attention attntion to tothe tothe tothe
the great low 10 sustained IItalne by those thO who whopay wl whopay
pay p high hlth priced lrlt for things thln they tby do not notget notlt notget
get lt without wiholt apparently appnt awakening any anywidespread ay aywldfprd anywidespread
widespread Interest It has 11 seemed seemedalmost tmed tmedaOt seemedalmost
almost aOt as If housewives hOUwlN enjoyed buying buyingthe blng blngth
the th butchers blcer thumb thub and andthelr their I hr hubn husbandspreferred husbands husbandspreferred
preferred prefer ranting rtDI at the trusts Irt to getting gettingsixteen gettingsixteen tlnK tlnKIten
sixteen Iten ounce In the pound poundAs pund pundAa
As to t the goods lo that are dealt dal In usu usually uu uualy usually ¬
ally aly in cartons COI the problem prble h not an a easy easyone eu euo easyone
one o but bt when whe foodstuffs folylI are a bought bught by byeight byweight byweight
weight there Is I no essential ntl1 difficulty dlfcU In Inobtaining Inobtainl Inobtaining
obtaining obtainl full rul measure mtlUI The purchaser purchaserneeds pur purchaserneeds r rn
needs n only to exercise fserl care Mr to make mae com comparison cm cmprn cornparnion ¬
parison prn between btwN the quantities quntt delivered deliveredfrom delnr delIveredfrom
from frm different dilernt shop Ihop to learn Ilam whether a acheat aMat acheat
cheat Is I at work Criminal Crmina prosecution prosecutionis PltloI
is I 1 tiresome tllme and costly cy to the lh Individual Individualbut Indlyldua
but the th authorities authrtlN are always Aw ready ra to toundertake toudrtak toundertake
undertake udrtak this thl while whlo loss IClf cf trade Is I I an aneffective aneeche srieffective
effective eeche rebuke rbukf the Immediate Immlale applica application applr apphiclion ¬
lion of which lies li within wihin the th power pwer of ofevery ofeyery ofevery
every buyer buyerThe buyerTe buyerThe
The Te announced nnounclntetlon intention of an a active activeand al alad activeand
and ad Influential Infuentll womans woma dub cub to under undertake undertake undertake ¬
take a Cpll campaign against aant short ahol weighers weighersand weibe weigherand
and ad short measurers meuur is I a highly hll encour encouraging Hcour HcourI encouraging ¬
I
aging al symptom The T frauds frud are prac practised pr practised ¬
tised t In the thewo sale of goods oof of ofwhich which hlhat at least leastninetynine leastninetynino I
ninetynine nltynlne women wom are a buyers bYlr to on onman onI one oneman
man The field feld of investigation InYetlton U I one onewherein on onwhe onewheiiein
wherein whe 1 women are a particularly palcll at athome Itbme athome
I home bme The T losses lo fall fal directly dlrl on the thehousekeepers thebukt thehousekeepers
housekeepers bukt whose who expenditures epndllUr bring bringtwothirds hrne hrnetoIblr bringtwothirds
twothirds toIblr of what wht they should Iboul And Andwomen Andwomen ne
women wome can reach rah more easily than tan men menthe menIh menthe
the Ih most mO cruelly crly abused ab victims ylcl of the thefixed th theflied
fixed ftd scale al and false ra1 measure the th wlwei wlV wlVa whicaand wlweiand
and a daughters daughenl of the very ye poor poorKlliabrthan pr prtlubftban poorEIhrabethsn
Klliabrthan KlliabrthanThis tlubftban tlubftbanThio
This letter leter honors bonor Its I writer wtr as a well wel welthe as asthe asthe
the illustrious lutouslntle Intellect the te liberal 1b hand handand hd hdad handand
and ad the t clean cle tongue tne of the statesman statesmanto atta
to whom wbo he shows Ol such luchJIOle suchpauionate passionate ana anasuch a an4 an4such
such deserved dfed devotion deyoto devotionI
I
To ras n rmroa En or Tss T Knair H It I I at atturned I Ime Umel
turned me mel al a tar 1 f4 oa tk editorial eC pu p el lo IU IUs ioda7 ioda7are daya dayar
s are r Uut B Mr lr rowtaa To t le hog out Beprmralatlv Beprmralatlvla 1lat
la I Coaima 0r U I la I nOte nUr aid Ml u I MTV aaothtr aaothtrterm ud aOthrKeIL
term 11 Tkl T U I 1 a tnt rav r mistake IIUa t 111 1bptlt bap II I I met aotUral metS
S Ural tl error I me o rear er part p Tk T pvmac pON pONCauU el elCsiaus 1 1CIAILU
Csiaus CauU N rowua To la I Conirtw CI it I abeataWy abeataWyatcewary bw b0112W7aecesar7
atcewary n for lo tk tte ulvtdoa IIdO al tmnd 1 Baaar lar tk tkrttorm 1M 1Mrlo ibireform
reform rlo ol our or runracy c aid a tk lb taltly tt ol t Ir ourbook our ourbtaka
book btakaI
bookI
I bays been b told II by a onta I uo ko kaewt l oa O ol olri otfSftn ofSSitrtary
ri fSftn Strrtltry gNAWS BI bUIlT 1 iitaocrapken toRpl wvfl wvfltkat t q5 q5ibot
tkat I tbe lb le I tiptrt Ip aayt IbM 1 Ur W rowua 10 It Iten Itn isCo
en o t ike Ia Ikre n letdln taaadal bu atilkertUea ald ef efur a aar ofour
ar our ur ftarrtUoa oU Ik tl lb OlSen 011I Mn to b1 t ot rear t Ur UrMiw WI Mrciw
SIU Miw and Ur Com Hiavrr HiavrrI
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ttvet U without wl Ur rowun OL Indeed laH I do d 4 net nettklak melikiak
tklak I II II It I lea 10 muck Iwb lo tty I u teal 11 b be It I worth wel miD inttlloni mWions
ions I to kit bt country tl and 4 Ikat Ut ta aw a aI of t kit kitrtUrtintat ku kurIrmiiii
I rtUrtintat rlrmcl weald 1 Mot bo oo o tertout 10 Baaacial II die dietnrbancevtf dt dl dltitrbsncoiif
tnrbancevtf < I aol aa actual oelnln paalc paalcDo
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Ktix I aer lIo any a other 011 naa I ma caa e 0 rob rl tkltdlttrUl Ibis h4l dIiiII el elIta efIts
Its lt ekelretl hlNI ontnMl o sad s pride prideTk p ptdTb
Tk star rav r t aol 0 dn wher lf Mrs traitor al handt oRal oRalis tStDlay hD hDla
lay layla la isIi
la boot WI1 laWI1 and boW I that U n mudl mvrdn1 rdr d t sue a wart avslMr wartMr w
Mr I TAFT TAt and a every her r etkr ot food 0 Repablteaa Repablteaawould Ropubsessamild bl blw
would w rtjtrd nsr a I dtpartvr 4runt ef Ur rewm o from fromIk t fromlb
Ik I RMM Hoe l tt a naloatl ada calamity tIlt TRio dttlrfet dttlrfetI t tu
I TM 4 aad u IdoUtn lolUn Mm MmTklt kimTb III IIIn
Tklt n Tb rity dl revert r rot him br set t nrrtly rclr a a pnt pbk pbkm paRk paRkeisa > K Kmaa
maa m but bt at a arcordl atrl iceardtei lo 1 I kit raedett mDd maat rMO er erCarned fr frrm ourCarnvt
Carned rm or llocktfetlrr flbfl Com Co tad I4 it ID crud trtadreundatiofl crudtorndstIoe td tdIadto
reundatiofl Iadto ker bP that ti win In rtrry rm earn kit 1 RI aim 111 to tk tktatrtl DW Ri Ritiwil
tatrtl W entradoat rU tad ad then dv rtY vp lp yr 1 rift rifttatnoilty fviistmest1
tatnoilty Imet atlntl a a real 1 aad ed0 coed maa maaHOST maHisaT
HOST fan D Korrr KorrrKUUMT I gee geeEuuI7I
KUUMT rUUII 5 o J IIn May UtyIn MayIn
In his hi pardonable ponbll fervor ftrlr Mr Ir Korrr Korrrheirs Rombn Eopivbeirs
heirs bn false fal witness wtne against aant U us Not Notonly Sotonly Notnitty
only have we 1 no animosity anlolt against aint Mr MrFowtFit MrFowLni r rFOWLR
FowtFit FOWLR but blt time tl and time again In we wehave wehy wehave
have hy laid the tribute of our or affection afeion at athis athis athi
his hi feet flt The fine words wor of the Colored ColoredMens Color ColoredMen
Fowler and nd Reform ReformClub ReformClub
Men 31e ro r Currency Crrec Rfor
Club Cub of Parsippany Panlpp never nvr cease to ring ringin rng rngIn
in our or ears The Te great e leader leer of a great greatcause at atcU greatcause
cause cU But can c we keep lfp him hi from fr his hispurpose hispuf hi hipurpose
purpose puf Is 1 it our ou fault f11 if now no he seeks seeksa au aua seeka
a rest rlt earned by long lon service emc if he hewould howould hewould
would leave leae Congress COle for those tbO nobler noblermarble noblermrle noblermarble
marble mrle halls h of the te Fowle Library Lrar if ifhe Ifhe ithe
he is I resolve1 rflye to t dedicate delrte the remainder remainderof rnder rnderof I i
of bis hi life to the completion of his
hi le t romleton h mon monumental monoumntl monuimenth ¬
umental umntl History Hetr end en Dictionary Dcionar of ofBillingsgate ofBilnpte ofBillingagate
Billingsgate BillingsgateThe Bilnpte BilnpteT
The T kilting ki of Captain Capt Born Bm AUEXAXDM AUEXAXDMsear AtUDI ALuaX ova ovanear
sear Dea Wadal Wa U ln an indication Inditon that tt not all al of ofAfrica o ofAfrica
Africa Is f sae ul for fo travellers tnll Th T Rhode Rhodedaa n Rhodealas
alas t railroad rl that tbt has b reached rahe the t Ka Kaambe K Kbt Esssmbmlne
ambe ssmbmlne bt mine the Ibtnol travtls of British Brtcl ooloalal ooloalalsecretaries colonjalsacretarlea
secretaries and a hunter bUtr naturalists atu In IDUa th thUganda theUganda
Uganda Ua and a the t Nil U provinces prla ef o Italian Italianprlnoea lt Italianprinces
princes to t the t Mountains MOt of th te the Moon U and aadof u4o andof
of p o B Bli BelgiaS t laa ministers mlnltf up the 1 Congo Clo nato naturally atu atun711Y natorally ¬
rally n711Y give th t the Impression Ipro that tt a personally personallyconducted p pSraoriaUyconducted
conducted cau tourist tt may 17 p pDt penetrate a traU say U part partof
of th te the Dark Da Continent CtDt with wit Impunity ImpunityCaptain ipt impunityCaptain p
Captain Cptin ALBXAXDIG AUR himself bll ia I his h hi pre previous pr provioul ¬
vious yt famous fa expedition tO to t Lake L Tchad TchadIn Tch
In which his b brother bt and u Captain Ct Oosuxo Oosuxodied Qs Ocsuxodied
died regarded opposition from frr the native nativeas
dl lae opt aty atya
as a matter mt of minor mi Importance ImportanceIa
p
Ia th te the Wat Wadal region rc however bfr which wh lie lieto lies liesto
to t th t the east N of Lake L Tchad Ta the 1 last J rom romnant r yamsank
sank u of o th t the Sudan revolt yok which wb lavehrwt lavehrwtth If
th t the oaptunof o ospturo o of Khartom K and tb d death deathof c distluof
of o OoaDow Q found fO a home b RAKAK R th thleader 1 the theIeadersf
leader of tb e hwurfmt drtrs dessrtseiwae WM aaJ aaJk sbhto
Ia o t c
t to r rule uprem t there 1 too < I some years a and andit
k i te I mere J lIkely 7 that t MM Art Arabs dispersed dispersedwhen d dispersedwhoS
when wh he h was 11 overthrown oe ar are gaftf ef lbs Okaatuelc t lbsst4k
atuelc at 0 B on Captain C AUKAXMB AL than t HM HMItwM lb lbaathv
aY aathv f Qe eiea t lbs dilId libN ItwM 1
only o7 a few months mnt ago 10 that tt th te the French Frenchexpedition Fnh Fnhupt Frenchsapoditios
expedition under unr Captain Cpto FuiowtCHun FuiowtCHunhad FlaulBt
had upt h to t debt fht a desperate dt btt battle In which whichth whh whhte whichthe
th te the commander e was killed kie In that tt region regionand regionand IOD
and a news D of o th the succe I success of a French rnch puni punitive punltye punithy ¬
tive tye thy expedition uplto was published pblthf In Paris Parisonly ramol Partsonly
only a week el before brof the th oabla nble announced announcedth aone
th t death ttb of Captain Cptin AUUUKDM ALaXUfDaa The Thetwo Te Teto Thetwo
two events nnt are ar possibly pbl connected connectedTk enltl enltlT
Tk T rouatry c will wl arrtr iI el rU r ol II lb eilrava eilravatal tlr tlrU eStiaYSal
Sal U IncrcaM 1D el eapeBdltar uPlur rr I buiuin bllc war warMUp warihipa r ruoll
MUp until uoll II I 11 w l rM r ii l Ik ii RtptiMlcan Rp o party partyHtntt pr prI parurIsMdpRU
IsMdpRU I Htntt HtnttRo R RR RKdHo
Ro R Democratic DmOto success tU means mAnl an 0 en enfeebled srifmebid n nfbe ¬
feebled fbe navy ha7 does lo It Itll l lI itIs
ll I It I SeiIi Vat tor BavuiDoae 101 tura tr thin I year H Ur UrWan s MrIran
Wan ana IW A AI I Ihlaki UI from r hit h lirttUcidoot Ito al alWantlnitoa 1
Wantlnitoa 1 and New r Verk Vek lo b M urrlOrnl Irllf to toIk 1 i0iRa
Ik iRa Ur lr IOIfr tr IOSI o < l lThere IMMJplII 1 r rTle tar tarThere
There Tle ia I a no larger Jrr good o than lhn the tb Irand OrandTounl IrandTotmg irandYoung
Young Man Ian If sacrificed NcfOI h h ho will 11 be b sac sacrificed Me ucrlflcd ¬
rificed nfe to himself hlhl at 1 once Of the tll slayer and andtliealala andthe nl
tliealala the atai 110 In any casa c ts why h does dO the thwan wan wandering wantrlng ¬
dering 1111 sociologist alololtt from rrm Kmporiu seek aek to tohoodoo t tohoodoo
hoodoo hoo film bln And yet even Mr Ir UKVC UKVCIDOBs UnaIllaa Hiviproovu
IDOBs Illaa admirers Idmlht may m7 wish 1la to sex so him Mmfall himfal himfall
fall fal Such flcb a lovely Ivl victim victimThe Ictml IctmlT Ictimiml
The T Aeeembly bly ha h has passed the hi bill I to re reform f usform ¬
form for U te > Introduction Intrucio of medical mlal expert experttestimony Ipr expertt4stimcny
testimony tlo7 prepared p by b Judge Jua CLKAR CLKARWATta lI LiA LiAWarn
Warn T chairman dlrn of o th t the commlttew rmlU upon uponthat up uponthat
that tbt subject abJt appointed aJIDL by b the te New York YorkBtat YorkStat ot
Stat 8t Bar Br Aasodttloa A to and It I ls I now in th thSenate the the8h theSenate
Senate 8h This Tl Wirtaa blN th the h unanimous IlnlmOI ap approval approvat p ¬
proval of o the tb Medical Meicl Society Rty of n th tb the State Statethe ftt Statethe II
the t New ow York Yo State 8tt Homoopathle Rothlc Society Bocletyth R
th l the Nsw York Yo Academy Ae of Uedldo Welcl th thSociety tbBt lbSociety
Society Bt of Medical IleUcl Jurisprudence Junaprd n and In the thoStau th theStat
Stat 8t Bar Ua Association AssociationThe AIJUon AIJUonT
The bill provide that the Justice of th thSupreme the theSupreme
T bi pyld tt thJutCof te teRupr
Supreme Rupr Court Cr assigned all to t Ut t appellate appellatedivision IPllllt IPlllltdylo appellateuIIvWona
division dylo In th t several ytl department dtpt shall shalldealgnaU shalldesignate bl
designate det a list lit of o physician phrc physiclansand and surgeons surgeonsIn Ile
In I each e judicial Judi district dftc who may m7 be b called calleda Clo
a I U medical m expert opn witnesses wlt by b th the trial trialcourt tal tale trialcourt
court or by to a criminal action actionIn
e o bI7 any party p t cmla ation ationIn
In any of o th the courts cr of thIs tl flute Rt te and Inl when whenso heD
so 1 called cll shall ll testify tf and n b b be subject abjtto abjttoelnllo to toexamination toxamlnatloii
examination and mastaaralnitloa
elnllo 1t0 a aother a as asother
other oer witae wm witnesses are Including IDchJln examina examination euln umlnalion ¬
lion lO and croawfliaralnatlon tulato a to their theircompetency theiramnnc7
a tir tiropDa
competency opDa and that tb when w directed Id o by byth b bythe
th t the trial trt court cr witnesses wt so 1 called cll shall shallreceive ol ahallraceive
receive Ily for ro their ther services IIC and nt attendance attendanceoaly attDo attndsnconly
only web le sums am a as th the presiding prldlq Judge Judgemay Judgemay op opm
may m allow alow to b hi he at one o paid pl by b th the tress treaaur Irl tressurer
ur urr urer r or o other o focal officer oer of o th t the county countyIn ontIn
In vhlchth whld which t the trial tll U Lobad had b It 11 also provide providethat prYlde providethat
that bt nothing ID In I It It should ao b b be construed oontll as aslimiting a aslimiting
limiting Illtm th the right rt of a parties pr to t call cl other otherxp ote otherexpert
up expert xp rt wltaD wltaDIt wlt whtniliame whtniliameIt
It Is I I believed bU by eminent mDot lawyer 111 and andpbrsldan ad adp andpbyLeIana
pbrsldan that tht th t the enactment ftn of the tb bill billtato bi billinto
into p tot law lw will wil iU do much muo toward ta removing removingmany rfln rflnm7 removIngmany
many m7 of tb t the evil 8UI now 10 attendant upon the theIntroduction t th thintroduction
latlO Introduction of medical mlcp expert testimony testimonyTh utmony utmonyn
Th n bill bn u originally orn drawn drwn included Inlude civil civila clYI
a u well w1 ehl u criminal cra came cl TnAoernhly TnAoernhlytruck T The Ah Assembly Assemblyitnick
truck t cut ct th t the provision PrlO a a to t civil dYI catisea catiseaexpressing ct cadseupmsing
expressing NPr th t the opinion oplDlo that tht lathe In U begin beginning hlID hlIDtb beginnina ¬
nina th the law lw should aold apply apl to criminal criminalcauses cminl cminlou criminalesuam
causes ou only onI Th T bill bl I f one 0 of o tho thomeasure thO those thosemessores
measure melr of reform fro which wble should aoM receive receiveth rly rlyt reoslvethe
th t the hearty beylPpr support of 01 every legislator lIUItr and andof ando andof
of o all 1 right na minded mine dtlteas dtlteasUTJTf dtll dtllUI cithvons124rs
UTJTf UI KSTIMATK l rJtE OF WTKX4V WTKX4VIt vnrU4N vnrU4NIt
It Hl w1 Net PUtterlac FUr VlattermnLAeesrdIaS A Aeeert < nUI las t General teGeuueiaITo GeneralLeasttreet Gtl GtlIt
Leasttreet LeasttreetTo It
To vas Ta KOITOR IDITl or 01 Tam SDJT Sir Th Thletter T fltiller
letter Ino ot fJmal J Jeryman rayman la Tim Tn Br 8rs of May Ji 2 2la 21Tminds Jiremlnda
remlnda la me I of General Onrl Loantreela LII article articleOB rll
OB 0 tbe lb battle bl I of Frederickaburi Frf4bblr la Balllet Ballletsad Bll Blll 0a111mesod
sad l Leader Lar of th the Civil CI War II I tar tarthat isysthat
that III General L r Lee on latl heartex l > rln of lb removal removalof rml rmlof
of General OIt UcClellaa cUI from frl the Ih command ronmaadof tmmd tmmdof
of Ibe lb talon 1llon army a remarked rrale M Ir 1 amaorry amaorryto am on onto sorry sorryto
to lo 11 loos UeCtetlao hCla w we undeniaad Ita each other otherao ob
ao 0 well wellWllk wellWith n nWil
With Wil recsrd r to In the much lutb disputed dbpule gee queelloa qu quloa geetion
lloa loa of HcCltUana WcMlu ability bUI aa a a rommaader rommaaderb tmmDt tmmDtb
b be had h few ft eul iuala la II the Ih Rtbelllon Rtlioa a U an anorcanlter laorDIr anorgssilrer
orcanlter and n a U a leader who ho Inapired Inapiredthe Ilre
the lb love II and admiration amlto of lbs Ih men 1f he hecommanded b b4mmI hecommanded
commanded 4mmI H I Ito was a brilliant brWI military militaryacholar milr militaryehotu
acholar Iholald and could Nld probably robbl have b filled fle with withd withdistinction lib libdlllcloD
d dlllcloD distinction blind Ion a petition pllol like 11 that lh occupied occupiedbyOeoeral op oceuptedbraasral
byOeoeral br OuaalJt Italleck at t Waahlndon Wblolll McClel McClellaopoeaeaaed McCleilaupousulid 1cI 1cIla
laopoeaeaaed la pe Itte Ih ability bll In plan pla a tctentWo tctentWocampaign 11111 111114mplll1l cIenIiccampaign
campaign 4mplll1l but he hlulled larked the Ih ability to eie eiecut U UnIt soCut
cut nIt lucceaaliilly the plan pl of battle when wneacommanding whencommanding bn bnHmmandl
commanding In Ih hi Held HeldIn 1IldIn SldIn
In tome rpcl A 4011tam > all 11Ilam tam wa on one of the tbewar lb lbwar thewars
war wars moat dismal failure to much might mlhlItav mllhlba mighthave
ba have Itav b boon n done yet sa small wa the actual actualreaull actualresult lluallIboul
result Without r referrlllr f rrln lo Ih the condition conditionprevloutloth Oudiliooprloulolha conditionprevioustoths
prevloutloth bailie baUIba that I la whether wb1 hror or not nota notprolllpt
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might b be considerably astonished An Anentire ADInUtII Anentire
entire gallery devoted to American Americanarlltt AmericanrtlI Americanartist
artist a Hpaiiiah Hp IIIb room a big authentic authenticKubens athenUeItulxo authenticRubena
Kubens Itulxo marbles by Kodiu the French FrenchImpnmsloniaia Frenelulmprvimionialm nch nchImpnJMlonla
Impnmsloniaia well represented Ih the two twoKpanlarda toHpanlanla twoSpaniards
Spaniards Horolla and Zuloaga In evi evidence 11dDCI cvidenc ¬
dence and drawing by Rodin ilatine ilatineand WUMeand Matisseand
and Arthur H Davle UIHthe the thing ar arII are areall re
all II very different from th thet days da when whenflenerul wh whOnlIIl whetuflensial
flenerul dl Cemiola waaouul lIru OtllOlil And think thinkof
of that Wliinller gallery alas 141 so soon to todlsappesr ludllapear todiuppeart
dlsappesr 1ti 111e t xLlbilion > has just Itren Itrenreenfonttl I Iofont
reenfonttl by b I two wo work oruor of th the mailer th thportrait Ihportrait the theportrait
portrait of Henry Irving K IIIIIAIIp IAilip Afip 1 and andtlifold andthe
tlifold 11 the aold dlrl a iKHirnil ufConnl or Connie Oil Oilchrlat allehrlat Oilchrist
christ at t the ago of II now I lie Countess Couutowof CIIUU CIIUUor
of Orkney Orkne The Irving full length was wasshown Willihon wasshown
shown at Ih the rVmiMylrania Academy AtatJfmyand AtatJfmyand1Ifr ami amilater aid aidlater
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never rank on hIgh a 11M vome of his hi other othermasterpiece olhnInulrplfOtttt otherInasterpisces
masterpiece Not ol happy an a compo compoIllon tOmllOllIon composlihon
Illon neverthvless u 1 is a Whitllen Whitllenabout Vhiitlerabout
about ou lh lIeum the same am plane a as Mr Canflelda Canfleldaomt anfleldiomts
omt Robert de 11 Montr fonoqulouj171fllac fonoqulouj171fllacThe qiiloilFerensac qiiloilFerensacTh
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than a quarter or a century ago 10 Von Vonmay rOilm Youmay
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tiles wo 11 painted In 187 Where It npw npwhang IIpW118n npwbangs
hang 118n when th the light rk strong you may mayenjoy mayaJo mayenjoy
enjoy aJo th the spectacle lp of Mimi II Connie klll skipping kl klplng klllplDlln >
ping plDlln in the th foreground while for a back Uckground hCIfOund background
ground U the reflection llClion of th the symphony symphonyIn mphon mphonIn
In while which I on the opposite wall wallTwo wlITwo wallTwo
Two Whistler that melt Into agreeable agreeableand crtPhland
and unforeseen harmonica harmonicaGallery hnnanlaalltf7 hannonirsOallery
Gallery 15 I hold the American group groupgifts groupgiflsof
gifts alflor of Mr Urnam Hearth th the dynamic North Norlheaaler Northb Northeasier
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1uise I Ioul ui by b Alphonan Jongerswlth Its Itasuggestion It Itluc Itssuggestion
suggestion luc < lIon of th the Mia 11aa Alexander of ofWhlttler orWhlatlr ofWhIstlr
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non graceful but not very eloquent eloquentSix
Six American work formerly occupying occupyingllallery
Gallery Oallef7hre l Itarenowin are now In Gallery II Edouard EdouardMannfa dauardUmtl EdouarrjManets
Mannfa The Funeral which wa wascoolly re recently reonlly
coolly nlly ahown downatalrala hI now with th the
other Maoists The Metropolitan Museum MuseumgeU Museumget
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I visit What Wh may it not become among amongthe Imonlth amongthe
the th museums of tb the world 1I rld If 1 1Vet
Vet Mr r Oeorg de Fore Forest t Uriah admi admirable adUlIrabl ad ml mltable ¬
table artiat II peaolmUtio lmIUc aa a to the future futureof tutorof
of American art II II lie poke despondingly dpondlnelID
in Washington before the American Fetter Federation FOO FOOatlon Fetteratlon ¬
atlon of theArte theArtaofthecommerclat of the commercial current currentIn
In national art Students he thought do donot donot donot
not sea enough of th the matrtr work and andonly aDdonl andonly
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young talent I Ia engaged onplr in developing the thndecorative thltdlOOtatltll thedecorative
decorative art artand and to offset oII t Mr Ir Brush Brushgloomy Drullhalloom Brushesgloomy
gloomy view there U Mr Ir Hugo Relalager Relalagerfreh Rrla1aJerrfflth ReIshnprfrom
freh from Germany whore hore b be success successfully IU IUfUlOnduld successfully ¬
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art No American art rt la not going to th thdogs the thedol thedogs
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which ao many man artist rtla fall who have havachieved ba baachlnod haveaobtevstI
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may ma be icon n at t the Utter wood engmvinK engmvinKby n YlnltA YlnltAb
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Paul Gauguin a till life and a study atudyof tud tudof
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binder la but they b alto 10 mtwt decry Ihe Iheability lit litability
ability 1 111I o the tb American hop to 0 produce produIO at atcom asgoul
com goul I work a as l Is done In Kurope notwlth notwlthrlandlngtbe notwltloflnlnc notwlthitanding
rlandlngtbe flnlnc th the fart a o the Ih writer of tbearlkte tbearlkteHyu the article articlesay rlklPNrl
say KiiroM Ittrolwatl lIrol1I > ati workmen have h been n len IMItiorted 1mlCOnPd lentiOrt5d
tiorted to reineily nny nil lefett tiefeets tiefeetsIn lefettIn
In the tb paM t iwrntytve rnlyyv > > years THE Hlx Hlxhaa HnlII Ht Htbaa
baa II piililUlHd 111I10111 1 at 1 ration lllfle tit detail of oflawMilH oflwIt oflawsuits
lawsuits In h which iHtblUheni have h sued nuediiutotiieni suedulliOtiieri
iiutotiieni 110 for unpaid balances due dll on to toiallrtl i0ialled
iallrtl 111 Hitiunii Iit ion 1 ii 1 lute 111 and limited retire numbered 1111I0rood retiretiered ¬
tiered rood and 111 In nonte n oases f 1111 cl llr printed printedtitles tirintedtitles rlnl rlnlUUllltludinc
titles UUllltludinc Inrludiuc tim Ih niii Cocoa of the It imrrbaaer imrrbaaerIn
III lilchrdltloiMll hb Jllion U wa Ml chi < l that Ib tbIillr tire copy copywa copywan
wa wan ierUlly printed and lId bound < 1 for Mr MrJohn MrJulie 1 1JoIII
John tlot oe wlKn Die Ih fait waatliat was that depart departrnent dtparlnt ilepartccclii
rnent nt ttor stores t acm er r > > rlllinr an 11 klenlk kInlklI kInlklImllar ktrnlkallysImilar < ally allyitnllarw
sImilar itnllarw es wlllioiit w Ihe tb I he specially printed print title titlea JilltJrf tilliace
tJrf > a e f for r a bargain In prhr Ir rIe That U another anotherreason InollrrPn snottierrraon
reason for the I decademti of the th art rt The Thelovrr Th Thlor Tueiovrr
lovrr of beautifully bound book I Is wary ar of ofbeing ofhur oftjtltejg
being hur direlvetlevrn though he bloo h mar be 1 dent dentIng dIIlle tlellog
log with lib a firm Ilrtnotunluzpeactable of unimpeachable itandlug itandlugI tandluI
I will without mentioning name give givean 1 1an
an Instance of unintentional fraud by b brL a areputable areputable
reputable rL > IIb firm I waa t railed aU upon ounce ouncelint ometime ODle11m
time ago 0 lo u eiamlue a met of book old tOldIt oldl oldhe
l It he > v the h > nrm D ii I > 11 Mr A AM a la lawyer ver of hirer
rtallunal h ll rL repulallun > iii un and J f 1 warn told that thatI thaI
I might be culled upon to ulHtanlUte ulHtanlUteIn bnll bnllIn
In court under oalli any 11 reason 000 f I had for forMylng forsaying
saying 11111 that the Ib ale 1 waa fraudulent trul UIIDI I Iacrepied IN Iasceited
acrepied N the b condition and examined examinedIhe nmlnI
the I h booka The net wa woe acquired by the Ihenrm Ih Ihnrln therun
run and nd told wi Jhe lo II Mr tr A t an a first n edition editionand ItJllloDd editionabti
and Dd I tie Ih iiwplvlon of fraud wo caused 1JIPd by byI IIIlb y ylice
I be lb fart t t hat one on of I he h book was of Inferior Inferiorpaper IIIrrlorIhlrlI1 InferioriwIr
paper the thirtyfive other olb having been beenprinted aorlot1 beenprinted
printed on a fInn IIn quality of laid paper paperAa
Aa A Mr 1 A had another net or the lb same aameauthor sameauitsora am amulbor
author booka a comparatively cheap cheapedition cheapedilion I
edition Published by b Ibe It name me firm I aug augeMed Olllceeted sugrested
rested thai we examine tUern I and nd we dis d dlO dlitoured discovered ¬
covered lO that the Ih deputed book a tort thortatory tortIor lartotory
atory Ior SoS w iilaced 1 > In I lie back ba4 of one on of the Ibelonger lb lblonrrr thelonger
longer novels with lIh Ibe lb object oldpcl of making makingthe
the Ih volume of uniform thckne I then thenreeiamlnnl thenreetsuilned benumloo1
reeiamlnnl the Ih Hrtt fill rdlllon and nd found foundthat foundIhat foundthat
that the lb finisher who lettered the lb book bookthought boolIouhI bookthought
thought that aa the Ih story was aa 110 o bort and andunimportant andunimportant nd ndun
unimportant un he would not bother bolh about aboutII boulII
II with lh the result that Ih the pernon who 0 cold coldIt
It lo 0 tb firm assuming that the story alorrmlnl was waamlMlng wasmloaingsutatltuted
mlMlng mloaingsutatltuted auballtuled a 10 besot cent tf1I pirated ropy ropyMy copyMy
My 1 discovery mulled In an amicable mlbl aetlle aetllemtnl mull mullWent tUI tUImrel
Went of the Ih c case e out 0th of court courtliefer tOururon courtUsfor
liefer the Ih 1llIb < tub Illndery gave up the Iheghoat lhebGO theghcmt
ghoat bGO tbe late I at Mr Kohert tot rt line II wa w ltot ltotowner its 011 011ownr ole oleowner
owner and nd he b offered olf lo turn the Ih whole wholeplant wholplan whotiplant
plant over for Kooo U 0110 to 10th the arthia rtl who whoare whoare ho hoAre
are now working in Cleveland but aa they theywere lb lbnol theywere
were not working Tor their health ltbIld ltbIldUr and a aaj as asthey
they knew kn tie < h rHulneM rHulneMnot btln was aj > not noln and could couldnol couldnot
not b be put II on a paying 111 bu husii l they Ib reute reutelo refused refusedto
lo accept p the proposition Ur RI Hoe hIe df d despair despairlag plr plrIng alrIllc
lag of gelllnc IIIDII rid of whllelepbanlcloted whllelepbanlclotedIbe ota a hltIphIIIlI hltIphIIIlIthe
the lb business bualnnd and went polIo lo Europe KuropeTb EuropeThe I
Tb The dull luh illnderv IIlnd wa w was started lIrt by It mem
Iteraoflhdrollerlluband hen rf Iii CIlltoilllib IBd It w wits expectH expectHIbai etetedthat tM tMlbat
that all U of the III metnlier mPln would have Ibelr Ibelrbinding Ibelrhilldlu lbetrbinding
Ill4rJ binding done In Ihelrown Ulr on pet bop Many Manyot 111 111of I Iof
of them lid < at 1 th start but eventually oentuallyloppeil eventuallyatoppad tntullrlopPfltt
loppeil for the reason that tb the Impnried Impnriedartltla Ineporeedartlts I IrUt
artltla rUt had no origInality 1florI IIIII They n nbUI were werebiiico werebutcorviets
biiico bUI butcorviets > rlm of tb Iho II old ma rnara inastersof lnof of Ibe putt putttotr PIIIIIIon pesttInter
totr > Payn Eve tlovltandolhert tlovltandolhertOee C10Ylund others othersone
one exited ha h baa said kt that llobert Io rt Hoe tore torethe tl1 tl1th tomthe
the th rov Ilor r ss5y ay 11 frOll Iran many a book which whichhad wblcbbad bichebad
bad col hundreds IIlIDdftt of dollar to bind be becaua beWID because
cause WID the h ornamenlatlon awore wor or al llll the ron ronlenla contents
tents A nk nice fairy lot lory Ur r Robert RobertHoe I41bPrtlloe Roberttie I
Hoe would spend pen 1 thoiwtnrti o dollar doU f rr rrtOp fora r ra
a copy tOp of a book of which bkb there b was only onlyon onl onloDtlo onlyOtis
on oDtlo Otis in eitlence e l IJf < lence but s to 0 tearing arlll hundred hundrrUdollar hUlldfJblndloca hundreddollar
dollar binding apart bat It I annaenae annaenaeIn nonseniIn
In recant re rd to 0 lh the matun th h writer writerpeak wrllerb writerspeaks
speaks peak by b th the card Some of tbe tic b real ama amateur antslinus ruo ruotrara ¬
teur trara are to retiring that they will not avail availthomeelve stillthonmehe 11
thomeelve Ih l1IHln of the Ih opportunities OPltOnunll offered In Inexhibition Innhlbillon inexhibitIons
exhibition held from lime to toof lime by byand b mom abmot momof I
of the Ih publlther ublllle and mu nd the h lull lullCraft ulld of Art and nd ndrtI
Craft rtI to dlaplay their kill kllbe 11 their work wnrkone workbeit ork orkbelli
be belli Int a labor of love 10 and d dexhibition done one sold ol II lr for forpreeratatlon torflIIQlIll1lnllmllt forpresentallonto
preeratatlon flIIQlIll1lnllmllt to Intimate frlnd frindsor t or relative relativeThe relativesThe
The Th only onl compensatIon to they Ib look for or1 or1oirwct or orntlOC orexpect
expect Uapprerlatlonofthelrartlalkaklll UapprerlatlonofthelrartlalkaklllIf klll i iU
If any an lover of fine tin bookbinding la willing I Ito I
to pay for ro It I he h can n have hI hs a as tIne IIn work nrll done i iIn I IIII iIp
In Pr this Ib dir a a can an b be don la Europe but butIb butthe
Ib the trouble I is that t too o tptnr 0 who can afford affordIt
It I ar are Imbued with lib the III Mea fo1 that unions un Die Dieproduct U Urrodllllt lIeV
V product rrodllllt bear th the ImprInt of a European FurooenI
I binder It 1I1lackIP I Is lackln lacking In every etttntltl all1 nice neceatarr at niceI
I I tarr 0 In lb lee flnltood book bookNsw
Nsw you 0 oiv May 11 R J J 7 Mmoxtr Mmoxtroorntt MauoevrTI buourrill
rill TI iir Ir oorntt oornttAn OIlT tIL IllUS IllUSAn lit L1S L1SAn
An Opinion That ThatThe1ill Tnr 111 Hill lit Make the Came Camea
a Peorrr ru Spectacle Than Ktcr KtcrTo JtrTo EtcyTo
I
To rite Knit OI101t OK or iso TH Slx Mr With Withthe WllbIb Withthe
the Ib rompleron OIfIpI n of the Ih new football foot broil rule IN It Ittxvome ithotoine
i txvome bN at ojrnt > that IS I game If net neat fall fallwill t1i faliwill
i will 111 h w t llile 1i 1 more than che vh t Nit with ifh In Ine IIIrot ine
e Mirt rot wrtnrlUir among 11 lite rat eatietlse > tnlD ant antofelals 1 1ofEelaU
1
ofEelaU A perusal of the I maae of rule rill rill1II6I1h rujesI I Iniullfvmg
I niullfvmg 1II6I1h nn i en a atngte 1Ic lep > of a player In Indicate Indicatea ¬
dicate a ditmal lime for the Ib pectttor spectatorEven pectttorFven JHtorJ
Even J 1t under the Ih mix nil of Utt year 1 tbe ol oln 0101 0101nI oIttrial
nI > n i > and plrtt > of Ike Ih ramp were gone conInk conInkInlf mak making makleg ¬
leg the th player subordinate to the Ib o31eUU o31eUUTnvard omflauI oOte4alaToward
Toward Tn 11m the I end of ti the I ocasen ea In n t tP e crowd crowdwere tTe1tdr et 4 4were
were r noticeably reluctant to entbute Ulu over overan nr1IrparPn overan
I an apparent gain a hhvrd < Pd by a team reallx reallxfngthat lIallInClht reillaIngihat
fngthat after ft the offleial olllIlboucrht thought Itorcrthe ItorcrtheI It orer the thebeth
I bull would probably be brought tot twice twleoth twiceth I OJ OJdlotarK
th dl dlotarK < tarH < e or more Orl for no rUIMe 111 1 reason rl1IOnQlIr reasonroqnenttywhrnp
1 JYwinenlly roqnenttywhrnp QlIr whrne team mvle a clan f1 touch touchdow oudldo
I dow do sores technical mi ° had ad been vloaled vloaledi Io
i ind I and the III work orlc of twenty rtll minute counted for foriolhing ro rotI forVitb
iolhing iolhingWith tI
With tri en yard ti I b boo rnlne < < I playing JIlelIm JIlelImtr1MI lime limethirtened limeslortenei
thirtened and dlt ked klft1lnlo Into four purled HnVl HnVlno 111 I
no 0 help allowed the th man earrylrg the ball balltbe
the h neeary n cln muM b btt maile mt br tl tIes <
haneenf bon hsnos nf thtfor th II forward ard juiworte psi or I t fumble rumb of ofa
a mini miniInder nlltllInetr minitndpr
Inder the Ih recent Pn cod of r lirti l It wa 11 very Y I
difficult for a team klUhlly wtperlnr lo n oh ohlain n n1ln ohlain
lain an advantage nlllK In Ihlrtyftve minute I
halvea 111 that lb la It 11101111 took fully fuhi Ihlrtrn that IIA t Imn ime lo over overcome 0 0tO overeone I
I come tO the Ih artificial handmip IlAlldllRtOnd and get tt th lit
b 11f hail ll within ttrlktngdlttance striking Iriklll distance of a touchdown touchdowni 101l tdolln tdollnlit
i If the Ih playing time I Is lo I be minced ten Iflla IfllaUI loin loinule tnnuts
lit ule UI and lId subdivided Into four periods the thlI
dlfflculty of scoring will b be greatly lnore III4rId i ed
Of all lIlhelnnolIonlbltrollr th the Innovation the four perlndrhane period < hhnlf citing citinga
I la a the heworitespecially wortl etpeclally ta a mo most l of Ihe IhIm IhImrr lit game gameprior gsncesprior
prior rr or lo the h big game m are u pla played ed In iliort
halve bo or Jflren to twentyfive minute minutesITo Unlll
ITo To 0 divide the Ib three would marcely 11 allow the
ball bllio to get tt Into ply Why any n one on 11011141 ho M
desire 1 lo reduce this Ihl great game am lo a mer meret m mtt trieract
act et of rule rul U I hard lo 0 conceive llatrball
I Is not 110 haranaed br by b tllly emanculatlnn
Next fall will witness lIn football played < In IntoorelcM InIOIftl Inscorches
scorches IOIftl and nd tie U garnet m fluke win In and nd Iou lotaof Iouot lotsof
of popularity I predict the Ib name Nm propor 1010 ¬
lion of InJnrlea because < the lh nchool arbool1Id and scrub rub rubma
teama ma and untrained player for whoa whoaaafny whoseufirythes 1100
aafny ufirythes rH theae bllttrl Intrlcal reiiilationa were made madewill madewIll
will 11 of court disregard them
fll tlv us back 411 the tb old rooting and nd delirium deliriumof
of thdayof tb da of ii i and nd M MDiaarrrrn 8 8OIOtlnD atP150tiTD
Diaarrrrn flrirr RPlaATo Ton
Xiw X Yoi yo osi MayM MayMTb kisyRkThComtef
Tb ncr Cornel of ISIS IMSSTo 11111To ISISTo
To n ras rorroa nos or 0 T Ta Tax a ymnr i law Ia tfc tfctrial tile tileer lbgreat
trial er comrt al 1 laM M ma on < It kit tppeared In InM 1011Ichra hea
a M Borthwetlrra tky Just abort 110 it tile borKoa borKoaI 1IorI 1IorII
I wateRed Idl It from m my hon arr ta th northern part partof porof partof
of ConaecUnit alht alter Ier nliht at U Journeyed Journeyedoutliward JournIJacI1IOtI1W Journeyedomtbwsrd
outliward 1IOtI1W midway IBid b bltren twr a Ik ttnltb I IIII aad lId th thwettcra tiewesleep III IIIlCfJI
wettcra lCfJI horizOn a thing UIID ot marvettout twaaty twaatyand bealllaM beautyand
and btUIUacy Th old people prophtttcally prophtttcallyaheok
shook their lIr bead 4 and od propbeded pro a war r between betweentk Wtwe Wtwelb Iw IwtII
tk North aad Couth CouthTk OIItbTIM boothTb
Tk war 1 wt attttndly u bad kadI
I bars em three ether rome tine stn then thenBet thennot
Bet 110 la Bttatlon Uon MtHryt It pal bean ol ttf 1111 ht but butitey bolltMt builthey
they tlak alrrlllDto Into tlgntaetarr when W ftt compared tOrn wm wmIhemMnlficratromtlofM wltIIlIIIIrdArtDttOlIIlot witSthe
IhemMnlficratromtlofM the muntfeetul comet et 1 I lara am t son r maay mutt muttrrhwmbtr DI DIr moatretwembir
rrhwmbtr r It I lor lh tile akabltaiiu lfIbI ol old mother mothereart mollltTtuG motbayearth
eart tuG MtJotn a wiuitai to woad wODdtrttl rl a vtiluaL vtiluaLWoTTOtT 111LTIOn Tilt lint lintWiarposy
WoTTOtT TIOn Coon Uty U JS 2 U E 5wuhft K KWlllett SOIU
Wlllett IU and WlllMlt WlllMltTo WIIItTO
To TS Routes or T Ta Tao a Son Itv sir iI In Ik lie pub pubtubed pulallJltoS pubhiked
hiked arrmat 11I ot Ur ArUmr E Wanvrrt WIIIIftletwr WIIIIftletwrto kilo tetterto kiloI
to I Mayor Cayaer about boII Ik tile grave rav ran of the ta flril flrilklayor IInaIror ni niMayor
Mayor ot New Iif w yk ark orlllle th grave rav raI I Is pokta poll of aa Oat OatolTkoaiaa thatof
olTkoaiaa 01 Wlfliiii m tu There ar are ra two dttttaet dis dismen faa faaWet tamII
Wet II and miny DIU reprrteauavt rtifttatl ot 1 bthWl lieU WHIt WHItaDd WItjiad it itand
and WRieSt tII tll still 1If1 living U1o la this 11II Slate SlateTb Sfow1tII Statsrai
Tb tin Mayor lid alt hi gnatgraadMo gmelgra4onwas IJDa win winwaa tr1Io1M
was the fifoi Uayer iMloag beIOII t e It the WMU WUhttaSd taatty taattyaad faIDJboaDd
aDd tb tte tombttag 11I101IO la aaettton to rtrerdt rw aa ap appean opvan po pofJIn
van I Ii a pkt pIcture r el 1 the stOol co p bBtfcd bRa tal I Tn Tns Saw1r
s 1r ir a y Tw ar or t to 5 ago agoTbttaaa aaoTtIaeUa agoTbo1au
Tbttaaa W I IHll ef 1 the cUa sis geaeraUni from troaatin me meBnt theStat
tin Mayor la sow la poweuloa OII of t many later laterMSag Ia Ia4ow isv isv5g
MSag 5g fa y deruowau 4ow luctadtog eve on evefrom fcniert fcniertfrom IIIUenmas
from Gtorg WatUag IIewa wa le bit gnatgraadtataer gnatgraadtataerUariaua arrall4fa arrall4fatIartua tmtraadatheTIfeirlaus
Uariaua Hi the dtettagvbked aUI ss451sa r and at afterws afterwsMare lerward lerwardMayarellkUmr
MayarellkUmr Mare 01111 of this e4 A OvruH Snakuir Snakuirraltaett SHuluJIIp 5SaaiaxpcawYeuMsS
JIIp pcawYeuMsS pcawYeuMsSralasi f Ult
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rnm M PIe Colombia AM AMTken tIIfMIt eu euml
Tken W I at a p4ii i g kM4 IIII4eIIIIIIIII4ttt IIII4eIIIIIIIII4ttt0utIIM ssadldsIs a M i la aa Ses SesOseslu
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11 u L L N I
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JMPOSIXO AV IXCOSIC TAX TAXThe r TAXThe 4 4Tbe
The Burden BanI Would oald B He Knlfied to toLeast The n
U Least l Able to I Bear It ItTo ItTn ItTa
To TB TIll EDITOR f lTOIt or Tax BCK 1 1 It IIl11a
b boo worth white hU to Inquire whit may
reuses 1 111 111nllld
would a tear > r nation I Income I tu IM ihonU ihonUtfc 0
tfc lbs proposed amendment BOW DO tyfnr boot tk tkcountry t treentry
country l OUlllr > t bo1 adopted A very r I Isr lrr PIt1 p rt rtof
of the t lit h Ktate Ueuenof IUfII of bonda U in lh tte tteof lito knd
of aarlne and other IntlUiiliont lnstituitioicpuratens M Mpenum of
penum a ho are r of the I rich tIas < 1 > g gnccewllleii III
nccewllleii would require either eitherment rk rkraent lie
raent lb refunding of thom th Ur V Vnew
or r > N tolda > nj b I Inw
new U Ioau leauss ue Mate would also l 10 o liom ft 011I jfr jfrto IIIB by I Ito
to llm need to borrow money PIon upo o IMr
tone I of bend bendII bondsII
II Ia > no kit kllP belief that when hn tt ttouUtaiMllug ItDOIIIIII t tositatatiditig
ouUtaiMllug bond become heroinewosiW > Ine pai4t > b bwould
would have to bn t IW > U1 In cash or orThe orThe r ulldt 4 r
The city Ill of New X York 01 would flu ftl ftlwbI < I Iwh u uwhal
wh wbI t Iruiiblenoine to refund fllnd H itauuMeLo t pre preMwouxiuu
Mwouxiuu 00011IO of landed debt d at i I > nt rita ritaInterest < of j jlatent
latent now 110 expressed in lh 01 nOds ni if t
tax should ln I levied IS on 01111 th Inron In tneottrout I n r rtoo1 tM tMfrom
from rrolllhlII thrtti Tlw n lax If It thouli ahouiiilu f116ta fi fillm
llm II Income In derived rhO from tho tb lhoaeoukt u > ndi ndiwould
would 1 1 fall where On the Ih tees n teesNee kndrf 1Pn
No U would full upon the cut ritiTbe cutTue JlJFIIi
Tbe Tln > tat would In Iho lint instance h hto LUI
to the he Inlrrrnt rate rtanll and a as ours > un u > n ass ttoo f rtT rtTwould
would fall tllon on thom > uhf hu pay tu ia iacity Iccity u <
city coil It Congee lon otlVPss xhouU ahe boil uiiel I leave I lli incon 10
from municipal muoldllIINJIIJ fund unrUiwlned unrlI on r rc > tku
the b rale rat that mould fall on them tv I10rLI V
ItHiuHTrtalnrd I rtaItIPd wllh pwiflon then HmUrwi HmUrwimarket tleot tleotnuarket M tor
market for ro that claw f1 of bonds wouldl woui wouiutterly 01114 t
utterly rl destroyed for In t reason Ibit lb I no teevMtoI h
vector Ior lend money mon unle unlse b he can canxxttlrwleatthruturzein laJotltL laJotltLexactly
exactly xxttlrwleatthruturzein a r what Ub the return Iniilwret In nterent will aiimwhat lilt liltwlloe tie fa fawin
win tit I LI may be It CommMahouMiUwlrr Con Congress shOuld Wit
lb I II be municipal bondfor bolld for a partleutarraltr part IlOIlar rat of
latatlon the lb bll lender would 0ultJ insist IhIIl on a boS l
Interval Inl rate that tb would make th Ut faUo fU6ta fall
Ihe Ib borrower borrouserandlb tpfndlb and the tux ax budget bud of th tie folIo ti ui pa
would 1IOU bare b to Include It ItThe ItThe ItThe
The MIII III argument applies to all It other otherclaw 0111 otheclamuci
claw cla clamuci of bond whether U laeued ud by b r rU raJ U
road roa < i or private pereona pooreo AU bond ran 1011II pa
to maturity tuurt and Ih rebaue we would hut M
to bear Ih I be tax ai by b an Increaa In of tin II ttsret Icln 1111
rut 1 ral raIl > In tb the CAM 14 of the Ih rallroadi VS II
burden burd would b t Iranafrrred to the th 114 rrrlxtt eigs eigsand t
and III iwwuarr lIpr raIN rntimIf
If the III Incom tax amendment w wor r rt rtalgTied q
algTied 10 destroy destroy Ihomarkrt III gnrkt rJcpt for munlrip l
hondo It could not bo better coo COIIru conatrutteti lrurt fict rt
If I r It eerie designed to cot the propoWdui propopJ I i
on th the h persona noo who 110 pay Stat county ud PH PHrity
city dt thee II I could not b bot more clrrrlr clrrrlrt
tI pnweoJ extrteedII pnweoJII
II t may b be objected that ConcreiH Conrr would
except the Income from municipal bond boll4a
Whether It would do 110 o would noT not Uterfm Uterfmwith lJtrt
with the Ih tbeszlstnceoflh ejUlrnc of the Ib power Th nI0 Threepwould po r
would b bco wholly whollydiierpttonarr dUrrctlonary Burh Burhare Rurbhpa4 1Ifb fl flrU
are renrrally rU Issued td for thirty tblrt yw Klltl
Investor lnre tor If I going to 0 Inveat In In that Ih class of
bond when bn there II l Ia no tax on th itsihey lacomw Ioeo
I her produce but when bn the Ih ability lo 0 tn
bUlf
the Ib Income etUI subject to 0 all 1 f tlt > f tE tEchemr I tba tbaschemes
schemes IIPfft of politician Capital U I alvtrt alss t
HmUI < l A touts m aporehenalon that I ha a tit titcould tlllOuld taxcould
could or might b bco brled on Incomes > from fromaurh rromub francsuch
such bond would be all aufflrlrat to 0 dims drawrI dimsaliseauddestroybond
I allae aliseauddestroybond 11 and dettroy bond markets GutMied
loc III issue U would not e escape cap pe a MW lie lax but boI
their value ould depreciate dtpreclateEDUCXD depreciateDOICXD
EDUCXD DOICXD B Do DODQI a
Naw TOK May MayCLlBITOUEX So SoC1tBlrOMEN 2 2cwlnroMzN
CLlBITOUEX AXD THIS BiUOT BiUOTTbey BCuorI a4guyThey
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