OCR Interpretation

The sun. [volume] (New York [N.Y.]) 1833-1916, June 13, 1910, Image 4

Image and text provided by The New York Public Library, Astor, Lenox and Tilden Foundation

Persistent link: https://chroniclingamerica.loc.gov/lccn/sn83030272/1910-06-13/ed-1/seq-4/

What is OCR?

Thumbnail for 4

N W 7
4 THE SON MONDAY MON JUKE E 13 > 19 1910 O
mbdiDijuu mbdiDijuuPM
PM MONDAY lOYD Y JUNE J IS IS 1910 1910Eatertd 11110EIIttrt
Eatertd at tk tile Pint OIBr Ollln1 at X t w York Yor YorClaw < Vcood VcoodCU
CU Claw UatlUatur UatlUaturbm > IIUIIfflalltnl
lalltnl bm pll br II Mall all r rId rIdIIAILT i > M MDAILY
DAILY Ptr Mottli MottliDAILYPtrYw DUll u uIIAILY
8USDAYItr IItrC 4T I r > ar r rDAILY J eo eo114ILY
POUC lo or ordra U ro rooat atrt n addtd addtdAll l l lAll
All f tab k t moner onJ onttn n At c o b be made p1 p1abit OJabl
abit t T sc sctti Stll StllIIiblttllf
IIiblttllf tti t b r iw iwAMorlattoa I ua l11alla ad IIIbnIII IIIbnIIIAIIOrilloa
AMorlattoa al l 110 Sa au itrt 11 la UM 1lIorouII 1lIorouIIJUabIB > Itojout b of ofJlantaiun
Jlantaiun New St oik lr lrIot1 M nl of 0 tl 1110 > AMO AMOcUdM 00 00dI
cUdM dI Uwanl r4 P I UlKbrU 170 Stuaii S STnllr Hrwl HrwlTmmrtr
Tmmrtr ol m lie AMOrlatton M K lt ltRattan ltllII no noml
Rattan tr ml t Vr lffnory n ury ol 01111 AwodaUon 1 II 1 w wQtUaa WQIdll
QtUaa UO Ntuau NtuauLoadOOoSf IIL IIL1orIcI0CI <
LoadOOoSf 1orIcI0CI rmmkmllo rmuIII 111 I Arull Arunlfl lhlrl lhlrlDAd < trr l lBtraad
Btraad DAd Tb T ullya l Sundari Nure SUM ar on tal In InI 111I4011
I4011 I adoa at IB Ilia Ait Anmtaft r < ami Dlllo1 CokmUl K tltho tlthodarllOllt1 rtiant rtiantdkrlto
dkrlto darllOllt1 itrf t B Rrctlllllffl cal > w < t Alld < 1 tlwg lem blp blpAftorr
Aftorr IT Own tiwel curio Ciw Ho 1eNId 1eNIdrrI d dPlritolV
PlritolV rrI 011I > UR RIouh < irlOul I I < > nnikt Thdltr TdIId TdIIdwIcSlr < l lBuncUr
BuncUr 4IHflB 4 r oi at Rlovju UolIIr U Bf ar Ibo IboCraa IIIeQru4l1oIPI
Craa Qru4l1oIPI < tMoil KlowiuetT HoulvftnlitnCapurlnrt HoulvftnlitnCapurlnrtrore 1ou dCurlll dCurlllfOrDr
rore fOrDr r PUW tr d de ropin IUr ami 1 Ka KI > It noulerari 1DlJoulenrddn nouleraridea
dea luu 11aUt1ll a torntr live Uul It Orand OrandOB rlI4Oa
OB lmt 1 t lb dtr tll for tb 1110 ummer mra r TOil mar marfcaw martn
fcaw Tux SX vx w 11110 l w yo rOIl br will at 1 il 1M rrcolar rrcolarwb Iar IarIIb
wb crlpa rtlM ra aid 1dr v b brill l rlwetfl rlwetfleft It
eft 01111 B t 4r 4tooINIII lr l Ortwt mar b t nt throuib throuibaar IbroUlaIIIr
aar B lItrMtlrr ir rt l r or ta lb I pihllf 1tlIIOII Uoo otlce otlcet 011 011It
It Nf t 110 fjr 14 r Hi rHI orl minnMrlifi orl1 orl1o of oft
o k t or1h ii l ft trlrtm Jnf trtttiti Im nlnr ftl Itfi ItfiTV1II I IIf
If I JU t 4 ro
TV1II thrniJllromltOelluitlrr thl AUroll nIu Ir Krom Kromihp FronlI
I ihp Aggraniltxcil rulIl11 roinml omlllllon omlllllonI l nV nVThe
The cmt of the Intrr Inlntnl iit > rommerc rommercCommlMton lomRl rN rNCommll
CommlMton in to th Ihl peopi of the Tnitetl TnitetlBtatw rnllldI
Btatw hM Intmianl from ja a n fUl in IW IWto I II
I to S9or OO in two It I not now full fullto rlllle
e 1ulpX1 to perform r rloml all of the t h > dlltl
imnoed upon It by the th law now in ef effuct fOrfllCt
fuct IthsubwnMitiinatcdintlwofflre IthsubwnMitiinatcdintlwofflreof It haA 1 tlll14lll In Ih omm ommof
of th the commlwlon that n ftnff of Innpw Innpwtor InPCtorudtqllale
tor torudtqllale adequate to exnmtnf lIminlhIICIOlInlOr lIminlhIICIOlInlOraU the ncrounln of ofall
all th the j railroadit once roach year ar would wouldentail woulllI
I entail the employment nf ij 1511 additional Oadditionnlmen additionalmen
men am a an added exprnae of S30000U S30000UTh 13000001Tb
Th jbiU ill now in confpriMicc when enacted enactedwllfatcmtitate nactedI
I Irilr11 wllfatcmtitate lIlIte n Urgn inrrcane in the thenumber thenwu
number nwu r of emplovrw If Increasing Increasingdutfw InrtMlnrdutrra
dutfw are impooM Im upon the cotnmU cotnmUion comntlllIoft
ion if it ihouH be nllowetl to expand expandundfr fOXlndundtr
undfr various riou propoMli for in InllllfCt ctlon ctlonof Ion Ioni
i of thll and that procedure of the Ih rail railroads railI
I roads to make a phrnicnl P TlIllIIl valuation and anddo anddo
do this that and the other thiim it re requlrea rtqulne
qulrea no stretch of the imagination to toforesee 10t
ro foresee n time when the t burden borne borneby bomlby
by the people of the tnited State for forthe lorf
f the regulation lltlon of traiwportatloji by the theFederal Ihfll
t Federal and the State rommi rolllmlMionll ion will willequal willi williI
equal that for the maintenance ml nlnltnN of the thearmy Ihllanny
I army or the n lilt vy ami tM will m N > m maddition inI
I addition to the It clwrue ciWne of the railroad railroadfor raIJroalHiII
II for transportation transportationAlthough trafUlportal1ont
t Although under the Ih new nl law the rail railroad raIJI
road are required d to 1 ro > rove the th rmi rffMII on oncbleneM I
I 1 cbleneM ablen of their rate instead of the thethlppers I II
I thlppers lhI ra beinc btin reqwirwl to prove their theirunreasonablelew I Iunr
unreasonablelew unr nablflnt this nrw nr law will willshift
I shift in large measure the burden that thathas thatI Willi
I has been borne bv h the railroads rlIJrlWlIllIlIpon upon the thecommiftion Ih IhI
commiftion That body ho < h has hncl occa occasion ¬ I II
I I sion mont to leam how difficult dinkllit it Is how ho very verynearly I Ij
j nearly n ub if not quite imrKx Imr < < cible it is to toadjust toil
il adjust rate to the mutual Mti MhMaltion fartion of ofrival orr
r rival communities each of wjiioh desires desiresto dirII
II to get the better ben of its competitors competitorsMany Iomlitol1lIi
Ii Many of tho tbOle e who artcueil In fongre fongrefor onlt onltfor
for changes in rates for the benefit of oftheir ortheir
their immediate constituents In lItuenll Rave Iafllittlr Iafllittlreonlderatlnn little littleconsideration
consideration to the revenue of the rail railroad railroadt ¬
road The commission in the full per performance JWrformanceol ¬
formance of its II duty is bound to protect protectthe llratedthe
the railroad as well as tha shippers shippersHas hlppel1lu
Has u it at all tim done thi in the thepast theput
past That the deciion dlll iofUI of the com commlMlnn rommlAlnn
mlMlnn hay been fair In he great ma majority rMjority ¬
jority of the ease that have come be before belore ¬
fore It especially IRlly in such caes as arise arl I
from disagreements d lIIIT mentA between bfolw n railroad railroadand railroadand
and shippers In th ordinary course of ofbusiness orbuanfN
business is questioned by no one In Incases InI
I cases where the pressure f great Trat com communities rommuniti ¬
munities M brought 10 dear it Is but butnatural hilInaturlll
natural tbat its den dllilonll lons have not been beenreceived n nIeCfhld
received with lIh unanimous approval approvalThe IJprovalThe
The chairman of the commission In ar arbitration arbtratinn ¬
bitration und unelr r the Krtlman law h hrepeatedly hl hlrfputlfil
repeatedly awarded A Inlert ndvnmes odln In wnce wnceto nl14 nl14ttpmplo
to ttpmplo employee When hell the railroad two twoyears 110 110yeA
years yeA ago sought to restore equilibrium equilibriumby
by advances In rates rill It U I reported that thata t hilta
a letter WAS revived bv tr > rommt rommillflnn rommillflnnfrom lon lonfrom
from the President Pr Ijtnt of th tbo Inlted Stnte Stntein SInhIn
in which it wn M mtitnitwl 1II1I1111ht that it would wouldbe
be Inexpedient In to ullow the railroad to toadvance 10advlnce
advance their rates on iherrr Ihl II of u Pival PivaldenttAl I Idenl
denttAl denl camnnisn Thai surh a letter letterShould
Should be written bv n President of the theUnited thetnltld
United States Stnt and that it should receive receiveconsideration JlCflveMnllderallon
consideration m tle oWm 01J of < thn Ih Inter Interstate Inlrtate ¬
state Commerce Commission omm Mnn I is prepos preposterous preptllltleroUl ¬
terous yet t It mtist mll 00 rw reflected II M that thatthe thatthe
the members of th Ihe commission nro ap appointed Rppoin ¬
pointed poin by the President PresidentAua PmaldnlA
Aua A t a later time when hen Die railroads railroadsgain
gain sought to advance rates Tnlt the ship shippers IhlP1 ¬ I
pers of the country pmtnttrd that thatfreight thatfreight
freight rates ought OIJ ht not to 1m lnrrewd lnrrewdin I
in a period rind of general depression depressionthe dfp illn illnthe I
the railroads heeded the protest t and andwithdrew I1nlIthdrew
withdrew the adiamra After two twoyears tllOYMI1I
years of advancing wagi alPII and inrreas inrreasInft IncTtfl5In
Inft In cost of supplies in which the Ih rnil rnilroads nulroad
roads have been obliged to stint cx ellllfl ellllflroturH > en enditurea
diturea for the theulkffpor upkeep of their ptent and andequipment 01fIequipment
equipment and to resort to tlllhat that economy economywhich IrOnomywhich
which wears awny ay bunt and sinew they
have again in sought to incrroM their theirrates
rates because in the fare of inr 100TlMinr 100TlMinrtratlle rpoMng rpoMngtraffic I
traffic in a time of great prosperity r rity their theirnet theltI theltaet I
net earnings are r falling off The sub submission I Itl
mission tl ef these advances to the th Inter Intertate IRt
tate Commerce Commission ion will be a atenaidabU aleraidable
tenaidabU > teat If its decision is I favor1
bl 1e to the railroad it m hound to Incur Incura Incuralrp
a alrp torg measure of popular disapproval
H lIdceWoe to deWoo
to aaugwtoue to the ml
roada those instrumeaUUtlea of tran tranporUtion oporullon >
porUtion will be hampered U not d dbarred de debarred ¬
barred from obtaining the thecapltal capital that thaadmittedly thatAdmllttdly
admittedly la neceaaary n 11 so to extern externtheir extndthplr
their facilities that they will 11I bo abreast abreastof
of the traffic that nearly doubles every everyten eeryten
ten yean yeanllnllroad Ye4rallallroall
llnllroad oOlcers now complain that thaunder thatunder
under the now scheme of account in inaiigiiratcd In InAIJI1ll3tNJ
aiigiiratcd by the commission thoir ex expendlturm esIfIIdlhlltA
pendlturm are subject to unjust com comparlson comllulAon
parlson with thoM of previous yean yeanbecause 1ea111bfcoa
because bfcoa the commission does not no now nowallow nowAllow
allow the charge to operating expense expenseof
of minor betterments that have tendot tendotto
to bring up the standard of plant am amequipment and andtquirment
equipment For example oump If an old oldtlon stV stVtion
tion is replaced by building < whlcl whlclalthough hleh hlehallhouah
although larger and mor convcnlen convcnlendoca t tdOM
dOM not add to the earning earnl capadty o otha of oftho
tha road tlw excesa tt the coat coct of the thenew thenew
new station above the value of that that111rtd r rplaced >
placed must be charged l not to operating operatingexpense operatlnatslll
expense tslll as h heretofore < but to Improve Improvements Improumenill ¬
ments Tho president of one of the thelarge tbelarle
large railroad companies says that thU thUdifference thlAdllT
difference dllT ltnm in tho charge of such expemdl expemdltures espmdltllM
tures will lIIl1h show w an apparent a decrease d t for forhis forhi
his hi company of four million dollars a ayear aInr
year Inr That Is I the operating expense expenseof
of his company will apparently be over overthree OTert
three t hundred thousand t dollars a month monthlew mOlllhIINI
lew than t under the accounting system systemot 1IIt fIn fInfll
ot previous mTlolI years tll1I This shows montl montlby moothh
by h month n flctltUnui decrease dl Ttase < In ex expense ul1n ¬
pense l1n mid a fictitious increase in net netenming netrnn1lnJtl
enming Will tlie tll comnibbtion take takeaccount takeNOunt
account of this when the protosala to toadvance tondyonce
advance rates come before it
A Mouth tiaknt Primary PrimaryTlie rrlml
Tlie following despatch d patch from Aber Aberdeen AbtrdNn ¬
deen S I D suppresses 111Ipp dome diverting divertingand dlTertlrllIInll
and at the same time amazing history historyCbtlrmtn hillorynalrmlll
Cbtlrmtn It1 tMmxof or Ibt lb Rulwtrt 1Ia ctmpaln ctmpalnromnrilir ctI ctIC
romnrilir C roncrlo 1 tit 1110 rcnomlaattoa ot Cor Corfrnor Go Gornor
frnor Vmtr n at lla lat prtmarlra talc rrlurtt lun fir firtnc I IIIIr
tnc bin trail orrr rain r u InlrpHKltailRtpubN InlrpHKltailRtpubNran tbll tbllrail <
ran VttT ran ID at a Pr rotl ti lr tUpvblkisa tUpvblkisaThe Ikpvbl aa
The 1111 name nale of the Htalwart Hlalwar Standpat Standpatcandidate Htandpl
candidate randlcllit one on Kutoi > does dO not appenr appenrin IPI IPIil
in il this reMirl 1lr He le seems H to II have tn tnn been beenn
n bad hd third Ihlns In the earlier flMr return returnOKOROK rum
OKOROK tRU W KOAX CJN who ho managed mn hb hbown hl
own OWI onmaign IIhtn was M nmnlng easily Nly in intlie InItl
tlie Itl lead Ifd and a in Kios Sioux Fall aIL Ills hl pin pinratify pil
ratify rlty was A estimated lmalld at lt 50un 5 He Hecalled Heel
called el himself hillf nn n Independent Ind nent Repub Republican Jpb ¬
lican 1tln nnd there Ihpr had hd been bn no n demand demandFor ded dedfr
For liis II in the field He
il appearance allKAranc f HIu HIurol waa waaconsidered
considered rol I 1 a politic IIIitkAI joke jke But no nocandidate noNtdallln
candidate Ntdallln in the freeforall rlror1 primaries primariesshould prmr
should tholii be b overlooked Urlolt or despised dfpi by bythe b bth
the th other olhT If I the thl system tl wa not notmide nfltmoe
mide moe for the th dark horse hOr it gives givesliim KivMhim
him as f the turfmen lurrmln say a olok look in inMr InIr
Mr Ir KnN WAS M nominated nolnalld on petition petitiontliAt ttonj ttonjIhll
he h hustled around and andobtained nd ndtllain1
tliAt Ihll is II to say JY hullr aroun
obtained tllain1 the t required flli number numbr of Rig Rignatures 11
natures nlllll and thus IIL qualified qualll to contest contestthe tlt tltIhe
the nomination nomlnlllin with wlh ftovernor Oemor R H HVMSKV HI
VMSKV fK and nll the Standpatter NIldfttn FUOD FUODGovernor FLOP FLOPlovmr
I Governor lovmr VFJWKT FJIUT pointed poinl with lh pride prideto prd
to his hiAdmlnillrallonan ndmlnisl rat Umand the t progressive progressivepolicies pr il
policies were wlm his platform platron Sir Ir Finon Finonwas FLIOP FLIOPA
was A a 1 champion of the Payne Paye tariff tart law lawMr lw lwIr
Mr Ir GFnnnK OWIOI W tUrA KIANS candidacy was waspurely 1 1Ilrlr
purely Ilrlr a 1 lfnnl > ersonnl matter mlttr He Hlr f light Ilhl for forvindication rorvindiNton
vindication vindiNton and according lCrlnl to the th Chi Chicago Ci CiltO ¬
cago < ltO Tribune TrbllthtA this was aA the thlmanlroft thlmanlroftF mannerof it itKo
Ko F < x raire to 0 Snutb Ja DtkaU u trom fr t L f n nl
l a IIMMII ihrrr II Trinaco ao It I an l ai I IIr ip UI UIprotrrotnr
protrrotnr Ir it Ib il A frllrl t irUI of o Sin lr KMM Kirrr Kirrrwt Kat Katra
wt whn vat rtiariM ra ttb Il brine bn r poB t M Mtor
tor lo I br 4 itB b of a icmar J wnrant Mnll aa e4 < tr trTr enr l lTbroitk
Tbroitk Tr rl Mi rnnnfriVn with tbe la no ol o Mr MrJiu rI rIJru
Jiu AUK 4 1 linnr uI h lar riM wltb ll Iht lh murder murderof Ionr Ionrnl
of brr hl lo uwl who ho prop prlt tr I w rrtiw4 rrtiw4ol rt rtor
ol irinirrr fm < r M I Mnvielf 11cf he h fraolltturrrd dhr from frompr r rpra
pr pra ct h4l ntl I w l 1 Smith Ih lickoia Ilkol lbS II llprme llprmeOrl i lr pr m mCourt
Court Orl iRrmHif mrf bit 11 oltbarinm oltbarinmIjit baIL baILtol I
Ijit Io rr lit h apptlrtf f r tradmlwloa la n nbar >
1 rH I
bar tftrr al the Ih 9vfrrmt Ir Court ol kad I b n IIPM Mrrtwd Mrrtwdbv I
bv I tva I mrmlxn t r but VI br I a naaatmmt uum irol 1 tb tbravrt IIIIlt
ravrt rtrvft Ilt tartnttate 1tfl bin at I practlitat practlitattitornrr rclha rclhaHII
titornrr Hit ranlrtl far In b ivmtaatkni n ndfr b bderurM
derurM dfr wti w mad tfcai lbl br a mlfht rlb bo rta rI rIl < lrt 4 4bribe
bribe l I proplf p lowborn I b tpp pIP al < t t
A 1 it i turned tuml out the thl contest wa u be between b ¬
tween tfn the Governor OTror of the State Rlatt whore whoreplurality whO whOpluralty
plurality pluralty In the theIPlnn election of J9M IDwa wa 11108 11108and 1810
and Personal Pfll Vindication lndiaUon Fxux the theStanilpnt thelanlpt
Stanilpnt lanlpt candidate bei if g beaten batn off offor 01
or distanced IU lan11 The T Ilplf > eope evidently evidentlyralliM edmUy edmUyral
ralliM ral to Mr Ir KntN S In great < mat numbers numbersentirely nubeT
entirely Intrl losing 1 lnl sight ht of the political politicalissue pUtrl pUtrlIflt
issue Iflt of the Ihl day There Thlr can rn be b no nodoubt nodOlbt
doubt that tht hi hil Ilattent tatement of bin hil griev grievance eritv eritvanN
ance anN wa Wl plausibly presented pTln and an be bemust bl
must Wt have what wht is li called a magnetic magneticpersonality malfte malfter
personality r rly ForallweknowMr Forllwplno 1 Efl Eflin FAN FANIn
in incurring Incrn the Ihf sentence of disbarment disbarmentmay dlbanent dlbanentmay
have been the victim of
may ben circum circumstances drum drumIlln ¬
stances Illn he waa Wi unable to explain eplin to the thesatisfaction thealira
satisfaction alira < lon of the Supreme Hupree Court Cor and andhe andhl
he hl may mlY yet prove his fl innocence Inn n and be berestored b
restored mtr 1 to practice prac It I la L clear rNr that tht Mr MrKOAN Ir IrtOAN
KOAN could rte have claimed Illme rehabilitation rehabilitationif rhablttlon rhablttlonI
I if he hI had h won the tfl Republican nomina nomination nln ¬
tion in the primaries and a he might mllh have havel hanIln
l Iln > een elected el Governor OOTlmOr in spite plt of o the theSupremo IheSUpr0
Supremo Court He se I m just jUt barely barelyto barlyto
to have hi ye missed mM1 succeiw IJ The primary primarysystem prim
system Ilem however boter would wold not n have havebeen hV hVn
been n vindicated had he triumphed
TndJrltd h tumphl over overthe oYr oYrthe
the Progressives PolrflvtA and the Standpatters StandpattersAmi ttnpt ttnptAnI
Ami AnI It cloeti 10 not come re out ot of the thf singular singularcontest lnlr lnlrronlHt
contest with wih flying Iynj color ln aa a it in i Mr MrKflANH r rtAX
tAX venture tells tltA us U that lht the th pri primary fr ¬
mary mr In an emotional tololl community that thatputs tht
puts tho man mln above bo the Ihlomce office may ma be beused h
used U like 111 clay in the hands hanll of the potter potterTh pltr pltrTl
Tl Th political pltcal images Image that may be befashioned b
fashioned rRhlone from it I are er not nt possible possiblewith Jlbll
with tho convention fnvrntlon system Ie under udo any anyconceivable
conceivable conrlahlo conditions oniUonJ
A lo t Legend 1tntl of the thl Mittourl Mittourlritlcs Uourlrli
ritlcs rli < uiy 1 that Ihlt the chief tle failure fiu in our ourscenery or ornlry
scenery nlry bi tradition Irnditl and that we e shall shallnever hll hllnlr
never Improve IIIIT our Olr prospect IIJP until unti we weIwvo 1
Iwvo hlV a few legend permanently nlnnly af affixed arfbil ¬
fixed fbil to our or mountains IIIIInlain lake IlIke and a riven rivenSome rh rhSlme
Some Slme parts flrtl of the I h country IOlInl r have h under undertaken un r rtllken ¬
taken to remedy i IhlIAk hi lark by invention inventionh InTeton InTetonwhieolh
whieolh h lie others have made the th best I of what whatlv whlt whltIh
lv Ih have hlv Such Mich Is i the lh case of the th VU1 VU1souri 111 111our
souri our Valley lI and nd its IllrfMU1Uhlp treasure ship ftom ftomwhere Rm >
where hlf In this valley Illy the Ihl story II went wentwhere wl wlh I
where h the Ih changing Ihlnltnl current Crt haoWt h ft and andthe ad
the Ihl shifting htnl mud mu had enfolded enrol lay I buried burieda b I I
a treasure trtunrrolron iron bound b and oak ok casked Cle aa aagreat
great Irat aa a the th RbinegoM RbinegoMThe Rlec I
The 1e story a has h it beglaaiag bala so 1 far
back b u 1 11 M wlwn wh the th beat Arabk A
I toaaaed away I f fk rem St Lev L tauti I fer l
tha te Northwert No tad a ltdea J with wt ncctni ncctnitlea o oUt
tlea Ut of lift 1e for tb tb planter aettlteajnte aettlteajntethere u
there th Her He cargo cO Included lue p rainy my cue cueof e
of ptlol provision and an clothing clh1 and an 3000 3000caska O
caska c of o tha th finest fe Kentucky Ketcy whiskey whiskeyVTben wbey wbeyn
VTben n within withn a few miles mia of tho th present presentKansas pmentKan
Kan Kansas City the th Arabia Ar struck trck a snag snagIn a
In li the th stream Itrm and a sba M and a her h precious preciouscargo prou prouclo
cargo clo went to tho th bottom btto In those thoseday th
day dy whiskey wbtey had b not tbe lb value vaue It ha hatoday b I
today tr and an U I waa 1 believed bee that that th thArabia th
Arabia cargo t wu w not nt worth worb salvage salvageSo WYle WYleS
So S U I lay 1It ifl the mud mu in tb tM bottom btm of the theriver tbervr
river rvr till ti one spring rl the tb chancing rbln cur current tll ¬
rent rotuasen turned aside and left Jlt It It buried be deep deepIn de
In tho th silt alt and a river rv deposit dlpt tucked tuckedaway tU
away aw aa A aauRly luI to t age l and a ripen lpQ a U It Itwere It
were we In a dark and alrleas cellar cellarAs
dr a ar c
As tbe th year went went by dry d Katun Kabt on onthe onth
the th one aide ade and a thirsty Ihlrt MiMouri Mi on the theother t
other otM thought thc more mo and n more mor of tbat tbatloat tht
loat ln canto No It waa w a living lyn reality rlt only onlyto ony onyt
to t tha th oldest oldet settlers ftlt only ol they tb could couldpoint cul
point pnt out with wih any ay degree dl of certitude certitudethe crltue crltuetb
the hallowed beneath whkb the thetrMsnre
tb bUowf spot 1t btlh wbb lay ly t i
trMsnre To the th rtalng rn generation ntton it itwaa Itwu
waa the tb choicest chc legend len of o the th Missouri Missouriand Mleul Mleulth
and tho th worth worh of too tb buried liquor Uuor grew grewand < w wa
and a grew s with tbe years y till 11 the value valueof valueo
of o It wa placed pl by any n1 convivial nvva gath gathering 1th 1thent ¬
ering ent at at least it a trillion Illon dolkra dolkraAnd dol
And An now 1 delving dliD6 Alter r mere mer facts factscomes fa
comes c the Kansas Ka City Ctr Star Iar with wih tlie tbett tliestatement
statement tt nt that lht the th story Il of the lh Arabia Arabiacargo ArabiarIQ
cargo rIQ U I a myth Dlh and a that tb no n such aUh treas treasure tr ¬
ure ur ex ista Home Hmfl t te en yean an ago a small smallparty mal
party pry of Mbtsouitans I rl unable unabl longer Bi to toendure toen
endure tbe 1 strain made themxelves themxelvesInto
en ma 1hIIe
Int Into a company Ipny to tl prospect pr for and andsecure an
secure tlm the Ihl treasure tmuul They y definitely definitelylocated dlnl4ly
101 located the old lulk and a sank nk a cataon cataonon C1
on the spot Apt They explored e plon every everycrack ff
crack c and cranny mnn of the 1 old vewel YMI with withall lh lhaU
all the ardor of thirsty thlt men but bt not 1 o omuch
much as a a single IIniie drink of whiskey whlk re r ¬
warded al their I hfr efforts tlTom Chagrined lrn at tho thofailure th
failure of their vowed vowedeach
faiur t lhir enterprise flntrN they vme
each other ohr lo secrecy fr Only now after afterten arer arerttn
ten brut the been broken brokenThe
ttn yearn ff h vow tn brokn broknT
The T man ma who wh told tld the tt story 1f produced produceda lruc
a 8 an a evidence ktnl of tho lh truth of the Ih tale talean It
an a ancient hat ht of V which he h declared declaredwaa delr
waa WA the only thing thlnl h M found fon in the theArabia th
Arabia Arab that thllt1 he onuM cli carry rr away A1 What WhatBecame Wht Whtbm
bm Became of the tt whiskey whlkey U 1 a mystery mysteryIt mt
It i inmn Known lo have hYf been bn aboard abn1 the boat boatwhen bt btwJ
when wJ It left ft Ht louls loulsThiM Aul
ThiM 1 we WI lose a good KOI tradition triiol and andwell andwel
well wel do d we deserve de to t4 Vhn 11 In the theand lh
and where WMh tradition tdltol thrive thriTp would wouldhlnk W0111
think of going < down In a diving dlinllll bell to torecover 10rvr
recover rvr the lh Rhinegold Kbl lld who wh would wouldwild woul
blid wild a caisson c In the th Mummelsee lwm1 to tosearch toIb
search Ib for the lh water Wltfr sprites 1p11 home hmp or orwho orwho
who would wou blast blt the lh mounUin mollil of the theBlack lh
Black Forest FOmt to find fn the forgm for and andanvil andanT11
anvil anT11 of the th gnomes lo Only Onl IconocUa IconocUalo InI InItc
tc lo Americana Americ coukl tld thus shatter hltl their theirrarmt t lr lrralt
rarmt ralt tradition traditionThe tldll
The 11 Invaclon by b the Xorth XorthI lrh lrhI
I it not odd o tbat tbt Southern 11 m communl communlle cmuni cmunite
te le In Iouisiana luiln Georgia Ofra Florida Forid and ando
1 o on that tht are ar always Iwa pleading pldln for out outside OlltIid ¬
side Iid capital pital organising ornlz immigration immlilon immliloncelM so societies ¬
cieties to Introduce labor and
celM Intrl lbr generally generallynrtrloiming jnlraly jnlralyplmlna
plmlna nrtrloiming their lMr resources fU together togetherwith totlbr totlbrwlb
with wlb the th lack lk of o mean to exploit them themshould th
should be blind to the
bl b bln great IrtAt movements movementsping mOTtfnt
< ping on on under unflr their thr very Ytl noses nO Hun HunIreda Hln Hlnd
d Ireda nf I ad Itenluro venturous operator opraWT withj 1 h t
plenty plftro of money Irbhn behind them thr are at I thi his hisnoment
momtnt noment hard at work o upon Ifn the aban abanloned abAndon
don loned lands of the South Rlh and yet the thelouthernera thetlb
tlb louthernera themselves I ITN do not n seem M to toe W
b > e aware a1 of It ItThere I
There Thr are the thl wet lands nf Florida Floridaleorgia Ford
Ofra leorgia Ixxiisiana 1liana Mission lilll > pi Ala AlaMima AI AIbm
bm Mima and an other nthP Btates RIAl where h wealth wealthwyond wMlh I
hYln wyond computation rpltlon await alt intelligent intelligentexploitation Inltletnt InltletntexplotU
exploitation explotU n and In in many my intanoc intanocmen IntAn IntAnml
men ml of brains bralf and energy tnlr are ar applying applyinghe Irrlnl
he machinery mahine of civilization rllztlon to their theirrescue Ih ir irrl
rescue rl and an employment mployl The T Ever Evergladea FTr FTrlldf
gladea < lldf of o Florida Forda and other similar Ilmilr dis disricta ds
tcs ricta in the t same 1f State Klte are ar under undfr stren strenuous Itmn ¬
uous UO promotion poton great It stretches lrhM of hUh hitherto hUhflrtO ¬
erto neglected 11f1 area an In Louisiana Llln in the theafourche thl
IAfllrh afourche and an Terrebonne Te nne countries countrieseven rlnlr
even eVtn In the th neighborhood nlhbrho of o the th Chef ChefMenteur Chr
Menteur quite near New Orlean
rentfr Iultf nr I on onhe o I
th he Louisville L II and an Nashville ubTI Railway Riwlr to toMobile torole
Mobile role are ar already alry under ulde habitation I
and conversion conTlon to the use Ul of well welllirected W I
dlr lirected industry Indultr Not Not only onl this the thecotton Iheclon
cotton clon millers mlt1 of the United rnlt State Rtt andr1 and andwrhap
wrhap r1 of Kurope uro alao 1 are ar casting rulnR about aboutor blt bltfor
for or land 1d on which hlch to raise r their telr own ownsupplies O
supplies apple and ao 1 free fr themselves thlITI from fr the thevicissitude Ibevlcllude
vicissitude vlcllude of a market mret manipulated miplte by bypeculator by1lat
peculator 1lat and an the crop fr report of the theepaHment IheDepet
Depet epaHment of Agriculture AgricultureWhile Alrltr
While Whl the South Suth la L appealing appln for lo help helpmen hlp hlpmen
men from lr the North Noh and an FJut rAt and an even evenhe eTn eTnIha
he West etr are occupying Opy her golden lands landsand land
and taking kin poweaeion of her I mines and andmanufacturing
an po mn an
manufacturing mueurn opportunities OporunllN While WhilehereIs Whle Whletb
tb hereIs I much talk tk In tho th South St of o navy navyaid I T
ya aid and an expotltfona elJlto and ad much hy hys hyserical
tericl erical solicitude Ilctue for committee clttf of ofut orpUDldt
pUDldt ut > lfdty outsiders outllldel1lar are quietly quiy acquiring acquiringIt aulra aulrat
t It finest flt opportunities opprtuniUe and a building bDdln < up upwealth Ulwelh
wealth welh in places plac Ignored II0r by the t boomers boomerso ber
To o b b sure ur such uc States flt aa Virginia Vlrlni and andToith ad I INorh
Norh Toith Carolina Crolna and Texas Ttu8 stand ad upon uponheir upn upnth
th heir lr own ow leg p and flourish lourh like lke the thegreen then
green n bay Mlr tree treeThe
The South Sth now equipped equipp with wih capital capitalit cpitl cpitllt
lt it by unheeding ueng while whie IU 11 trm trmap treasures treasureslip
ap lip away
Fire Mi 11or11 11or11I ore7 ore7It
It I has h been b suggested eUt partly parly In jet jetand jet jeta
and a partly parr In earnest that lbt the t Hon HonViLua lon lonWIWI
WIWI ViLua L L MOORP rop b b detached d from fr tbe tbefeather t
Weh feather Bureau of the Department Jmfntof JmfntofAcu of ofAgriculture
Agriculture Acu and thrown thrn out ol In n the thecapacity th
capacity cpt of a shattered lhltr derelict dlrelc into IntI the theeon Ihelea
life ue lea eon arid a withered wlhl purlieu prl of private privatelife privt
lifeHa Ha le to I accused a of having hann fooled lOI many manylilts manydilP
dilP lilts and a targe re towns tW but bt worst of all allf allof
of f having bvl disappointed disppinte tho th farmers farmersVe laen
We Ve are a bound bun to ay y that th any YII one who whorifles wh
lril rifles with wlh the farmer lar i Ia nothing DOlh11 leas leasIvan
th Ivan a fiend len in human huan shape shp Kven vn now nowtoy no
toy are bewailing balnl the th cold cld weather of ofApril ofAlril
April and an May a and M June Jun and an swearing swearingly Iw arc arcbYlhe
bYlhe ly the great t horn hr spoon pn that all 11 la l lut lutlt < wt wtut
ut lt tho th official orll report rfpN juat Jut published publishedhow pbllhtd pbllhtdhw
how hw that tht cotton rttnn cover er a larger lrr area areaand ala alaI
I and nd is lin in much better bter condition rdlton than a ayear
I year ago II and an we w must mUt consider onld that tht the thepeach lh
peach pc crop haa h been bn destroyed dNtroye annually annlaly
for more mo than tb fifty Itr year ye For a won wondor
I dor dlr nothing I said Id about abt the thl water watermelon ¬
I melon yield y l That T to I a matter maltr from fromwhich
which whh commentator tttat can a extort nr either eithercalamity er
calamity or rapture NeTrthek
cllt o ru a the thegeneral tNh
general h haHao spread Flra Moowtl Moowtlia Ml MlI
ia I on erary teafw teafwBtttwkr t tI
I Btttwkr l w Weteewrf W MM
It b I true t that tht ha predicted alb alb1r prtaglik prtaglikweather
weather 1r for Mr r Tans TAs pe Inauguration Inaugurationand taurt
and fetched a desolating blbxan blbxanEvery
a tlc dMtnab
Every Ee speculator platr In Washington WAhn los losmoney 10t 10tmOY
money mOY on o the tl job and we CM c Imagine Imaginethe lmn
the tt hitternesji httme that tht still It I rankles In thel thelheart thir thirhr
heart hr Hut MoortB Mol meant mtt well wel Ha lo dk dkhb di
hb best Even the It
hi bt Fe prophecy prlh though thoughwas Iho
was 1 dishonored rLhonor In the th fact lac brought bulht jo joto JOT
to every tradesmans soul and that tht wa wasomething walelhln
el tnemaI 1011 a
something < for fortMmomenL fortMmomenLL the moment momentIVreUacrytothfieuVct
IVreUacrytothfieuVct L e to t ef that t hUIOKK hUIOKKmlt Moon Moonmust
must mlt go It I should IhOll1 be b evident evit that w wdo we
do 10 not join Jon our voice lo It I Tho T lion lionWILI OD ODWILt
WILt ta I Ii rO MOORK ORK b I tho th object obje of ou oupeculiar or orptlr
peculiar ptlr admiration arlrton and td solicitude alldlue W Whave Whv
have hv followed folle him for year yal through throughthe Ihrua
the vicissitudes litudl of bia bl prophet ppbtl lo career careerand ar arand
and and It with confl confldene
we my now nw a aay 1Y c
dene and a If I necessary with defiance defiancethat do
that tht b h ta I a good g a prognostlcator prOUtlflr aa aawe uwe
we could ever eer get pUor for the lh money ml Why Whythen WT WTth
then throw him
th thr out outFire ol olFire
Fire Horse HorseFrom lon
From f the th sensational lMton and an plctureaqu plctureaqunature plcurue plcuruenlilr
nature of the to which
nlilr use U they tbeyar are pu puthe plt
the horse bol owned mn by hYlb the Fire Fr Depart Department D ¬
ment derive dl an rn Interest Inteft and an receive rln pub public pub ¬
10 lic attention ateton entirely disproportionate diproprlont to totheir tothcr
their thcr ilmerta d4r Fine Fna animal animal carefully carefullytrained crruly crrulylrile
trained housed and tenderl tenderltreated
lrile properly prly hoU a leDderly leDderlytle
tle treated they thy have comparatively cpratTlylUla cpratTlylUlahn llttla llttlahard
hn hard work and a great deal of sympathy sympathyexpended
wor an It lyplhT lyplhTI
I expended npndl on them lb that lht might might bette bettebe bett4r bett4rb
b be devoted dentt1 to other ohe beasts btllin In low IC pleas pleasant lIe ¬
ant surroundings lurllnnp Yet nobody noboy1 will ob object o ¬
ject j < t to proper provision proTlllon for the old age e o oIhene of ofIhf
Ihf Ihene splendid Ipltni fellows lellowl and the th only onlyIt re retret
It tret will 1 be b caused cllt by the th fact r a that tht al altorses al
Ir torses in tho lh public publc service I cannot cnnot have havea hve hveIllon
a pension Illon when their t lr days of strenuous strenuouslife llnuouI
Ilu life are over overWe nvP
We have never ne4r heard any anY expression IPrlol
of Ir sorrow IrW at the fate of horse h that tht have haveilnne bTe bTeOM
ilnne OM their trick Irc In the Street Slt Cleanlni CleanlniDepartment Cehl
Department and have hve been condemnec condemnecasuo condene
asuo I u t But these t h horse OI do more mo worl worland wor
and an harder hlre work or year Yfr In and year ear out outthan outthan
than those thOln In the thl fire fre house hou We have havenot haTenot
not learned lrmld of a movement mOt nt to provide providecomfortable proTidecomlorble
comfortable comlorble retirement retmm nt for the thl InhP unhapp unhappbeasts
beasts bl that drag dr the tnltrd nltr States StiN mat matvan ml
van TM through the lh streets tril summer lummer an anwinter aM aMwlnler <
winter in all allr sorts of weal 1 her Though Thoughthese Tbouaht
these t are ar not nt Government nt property Pfry they theydo IMydo
do Government Ummen work wor arid a that tbt of the thevudet theh
h vudet t kind under condition thai thaimake
Infr cnilon lh
make the th fr fire horse hr seem n the lh favoret favoretresident ravO
resident rir nt of fl an equine fuln paradise paradiseHowever paradi I
However Jnwer even though Iholl < 1 all horsed hof may maynot ma maDot
not get t in old ago 1 and Id In their I hl r prime pri me the thereatment I heIllent
Illent reatment they lhy deserve drn it U f comforting comfortingo
10 o know that I some le nf them I hfmlr are properly properlyo lroprly lroprlyto
to o be b cared cm for It i I a beginning b < nlnl at ateast atand
east and may mA mean that ttt some 11 day dayitimane dy dyhumile
humile itimane and A Intelligent Inl Aent treatment tlalment of al alanimals el
animals anlma will wi be t the th rule rll regardlem nan11 ol ollie or orwl
wl lie her they I hr lead Ita In the period rin of their theirstrength theirII
strength II ngh the pampered Ilmpn existence exllel of fire firetorses nN
hof torses or aki ai the prosaic vegetable < labl ped peder
er r in his hi effort 10rt to earn an honorable honorableWith honorb honorb1ln
1ln 1lnWib
With Wib lit eyes y of th world turned turnedon tur
on Russia flret lrt reprea Pfail ntatira asaembly asaemblyn amblIn
In n the hop hoJ tltal It would wO11 soon I establlch establlchn tbl
In n some I degree r Russian Ruin litierty Ilry It la dl dlppoinlln di
ppoinlln pfinln to J find Ind the thf ftrtt lrt marked mrl act a of ofmwer ofpr
of th Duma directed to
pr mwer Dm rirl1 suppress suppressnationality urrr
a nationality ntonlty The Te desire rNI to Russian Russianth RlilZ
th lh varied nrl elements Itmnl in the Ih CAr domin dominion domlolon ¬
ion lon U i greater Itr than lhn the h wish wih to t obtain obtainright otan otanrlhl
right rlhl for th th peopl Ppl Ther T wa WA differ differenro ditr ditrIn
enro In of opinion opinio among mon th t men mn who turn turnvoted hT
voted vntl to extinguish ntnuih tho t constitution constitutionrights oMltullon
rights rlhf of Finland FinlUt but It was a differenc differencchiefly d t D
chiefly Chilyltf ltetwen tho Ihfholhl who wished to include includeth Inclde Incldeth
th th Pol Pol and nd other nation nllonlt litie in on ongeneral o
general Iforal meaaur 1r of repression IIprion nod Id thos thoswho t twho
who wished lfll to t subdti Ilhl th Finns inn at t one oneTh one
Th violation lob lnn of th agreement afln by byhlch byhlchthe which whichtho
the flrand Duchy Dehy of Flnltnd accepted lpt tb tbsovereignty tb
sovereignty of th Czar C Is I unfortunately unfortunatelya Infornltly Infornltlya
a matter IUr In which hlh other nthr foreign Powen Powencannot ron ronCMot
cannot CMot interfere Intrl Th T prot pr ta t on leaja leajaground 11 11UIj
ground UIj by foreigners f cl notably Mfhly in Eng England FI ¬
land lnd have hy don mor I harm han than thn good goodby 0
by arousing arllinc Ruaslsn RIIn resentment rnlmnt at their theirintermeddling thlrIntlnldlnl
intermeddling Intlnldlnl Th Duma lma haa h not nt only onlyapproved olprf
approved prf th 11CArl Cura breaking bJdnzo of his hi solemn solemnoath IIm
oath ot and nd th tl pledge p given IlnD by hi h fore forefather fo foftM ¬
father ftM but bt ha h refused fuM tb mitigation mitigationhe mllcdo
he hfwl wa prepared Pff to t grant rt In enforcing nor tha thanew te ten
new n nil rl In Finland Flnln Whatever Watner th t n xt xtten
ten in th te lubJuaaton ubjugation of the te recently < ntl
loyal p Finn Finn may my be b they know 1101 that t they theymay t
may my expect Ipt leaa I mercy ml from lrm Ih lh Russian Russianthan RuiaM RuiaMtao
than tao from lrm u uvmm Sicnou 11 I and nd hi hludTi advlaera advlaeratf4Kfvr
tf4Kfvr TIIK TIIKmtlrlirn Til 1 1mulm
mtlrlirn mulm ef r the tb Prartler Pll In I Farer F at atKathlnclan t tUsa
Kathlnclan KathlnclanTo Usa UsaTo
To TXS Til EPITO rII or TH THI Hrx HI Sfr I A Arurkxii AfJrll
rurkxii fJrll utalo Io nf f affair lalr prrII prnl at Ih Capi Capitol lpl ¬
tol 101 Conferenro tollfrtn ar In order rr1 at all 1 hour on onall onllrl
all llrl Artt of ubjert with lh frequent frlunl r M Mlo
lo Knit Ind out IUt what whlll Ih Prtildent Plldtllllllnk PlldtllllllnkCmmll Ihlnk IhlnkCommittee
Committee Cmmll WMlona Ion ar re h hld ld enertllr enertllrbohlnd nlr
bohlnd rlm i door dfr nd onlr onl HIOM Ih mem membort m mbn
bort of 0 Iho II rommlllo Clmll belondnat bllln to I tb tbdominant I IdOlln11
dominant dOlln11 partr allowed 1 to II bo b nre nl nlAnd
And Ald tit ronelutlon clclulon of Iblt Ib fraction Jrn JrnAld rrllll of ofcmmil a arommltteo
rommltteo cmmil hr lo I ho t ijninllled IInlll to 0 and andipprored d dpprnM
ipprored by bllf in Prealdtnt PIIt beforethoraro beforethoraroreported ttIlh ttIlhrepr
reported In fart no rneatur I t aupooMd aupooMdto
to repr I b allowed alhl to I put 1 until ulltl It ka I rrrtlred rrrtlredEiecutlT pP Id Idtuuln
EiecutlT pprral pprralThl
tuuln Thl Tt U 11 all ron ronI > U It I partyltm rrlm run rn mad madIt madI
It It I not proper pr r l1 ltlfon ltlfonTho
I Iaf
Tho l 1Ittorl i Utor can In rorrert Mrf llwlll 11 lhrf lhrfTh
Th T PreTdnt Pldlt r In n forrc ffr Crlftll CrlftllNtw iTftlon w 111 hof hofNew
New You 10 Juno II I K 11 I W WHeal Wtl
tl Heal aut at I Miami ol olT fra 1 Hloi ta I ITb
Tb T Talon n ef tb mlatral mlnra pmlnrta u of tko 11 lilted liltedIn 11 I IS
S R In I 1100 II at tttlmaWd tm br I lk < D D Hlli Hllioo A
CmIOIC oo m UDIe product pu ltOMaoafa ltOMaoafaMtultlc 1IIC >
Mtultlc WtlfPmC product nuiatSM nuiatSMVstptdftrd 7lo
Vstptdftrd ttfP natal natalTtul C CTI
Ttul production pft In I tan tanProducUon t 7
ProducUon PK la in intier I
tier I la t m mTk I In
Tk n rhlef el 111 KB la f ISO t wtn wtnnr
nr 1 iroo Ir lo tuonum tuonumninmlaout
ninmlaout lullO coal t 4HUB009 4HUB009PtsaiylranU 411
PtsaiylranU rna Mtkradu MtkraduCorp lraU t
Corp CP r rPttrotenm I4UIUM I4UIUMIISAXUM 14
Pttrotenm PttrotenmOM IISAXUM
lrm II
OM OMNatural G I
Natural Ntrl NtrlInlu gat gatUt4
Ut4 Talti Xw Tor Tok rtlrl rtlrlSUrtr trl au1 i
SUrtr Inr uGH
Iu D Dolullll
olullll Alomltum 1000090 1000090AsamonUI IO
AsamonUI Allmll lesd Ita ICHano ICHanoQutrkilirrr I IOw
Qutrkilirrr Ow sajne sajnePUUnnm
OwPtll PUUnnm Ptll oodf 1 Utno UtnoCtl
Ctl f Inert 1 onr ISM ISMpit I IIr
pit Ir Iron lr tltoonoono tltoonoonoropptr IC
ropptr opr isomoo isomooHlnnuiou 1a1 i
Hlnnuiou lol eol c 41nuno 41nunoTint 41 417e
Tint TintOoM
OoM OoMUtd G
Utd La tjtauta tjtautaCtltf
Ctltf n dMTettrt dMTettrtF H
F nirl 1111 oU Mtkiarlt ulll tunaooo IIC
Nrl Warartl cat ra Sjnun SjnunPttrolruna I
Pttrolruna lrll UI
Mart Ga 0 0T te r U ll llTo
To T r n CDITO ED otv a Smjtr row To rer rerrnpaodral t
rnpaodral ffol wbo alfst tra Wmirtf bt A OU 0 tW tWuaiki
uaiki k lUll Ik Uaror W had 1 I mild 4 tk Ifl jrtit pro prodwaoa
dwaoa dIM of t Ik pUr p ol J 11 Bvt Cojar C I I WUitrr p lr
Crda On I la Harrk lra ISU IN H It ntUttr e raUttkn
4 esrtalalr el UM U Utror W aa apolocy l I
M1 Wort M Mt lf It nar Itat I onr r wonky w Kara
U r tor U 01 ld b l r Wkr to f ISM I M ws a afI u llfM
tamr 14 Bd wl rt fI r d M WHU
k Jew wd ol aK M4 a t rt r t tat Mm w kr
1I8eft 1I8eftrRIIM
N WAlt MATXKJAL MATXKJALlnprav NAtrIUMJlllprouraeata
lnprav Jlllprouraeata mot In war malarial k kteP p pace pacewith ptewllb
with d dnoplllftli rlopm t In ll branch of Itl Itllid c cstir
stir and Ih I military world ftldon tid aror t tUlllli to
Ulllli aarthlnt nw ne1n In th lhe world of tclonre tclonreIn 111II 111IIIn
In war aay mtani for altalnlna Ualnln Ih end an anohjwi nd ndOIlJOi <
ohjwi of lh battlo bait I letillmal 1 llm Horn o oth of oftbe
th tbe most m Importaul chant ban In melhoit o omaterial or ormlerl1
material u d In war bar bM broujt broublibout broujtAbout
About br Ih lbe common tO lmon oldler who ho found foundthem loundm
them m iiMful on Ih btllleneld and nd Ihrrrlor Ihrrrloradopted tbrforeadOIlI
adopted adOIlI Ihtm Field IntrtDrhmenU so sorllal
rllal In Imporlanc Import an todar 101 ow Ihelr IhelrMenr > I
Menr 11 to I Ih hi tliuplo orlcln nd Ih Ibo ban bantrooad I IDad
trooad Dad can Into na orlilnallr In th thMm I Im
Mm m way a Hen bovr U nc ar arlo
lo p Pfrtlft rfct IBM Ib lnpl drk s and mak makthem hlltIb
them Ib effect crectlre I r for svneral u uln In Ih army n nTN
The hind Delld T tt d bxHh In attack and d dfnc dInet
fnc pTorod Its I rrkUncy la th RUMO RUMOJipaa Ru RurPDeM
Jipaa rPDeM war but U bd 10 o n mnr nr defect dfdaad defectalld
aad iDDtwrftclloa hll ttlectlonlhal that In plt of th lbIlIIprofIrIlIl IT ITImprovement
Improvement mad In thi weapon pon a r rftrdt rnrd
ftrdt rontlructkra and manipulation man manaulhorlilo manautbml
aulhorlilo w r Mill douWful of H r rutility
utility uUIII In war r Rut now to tbe Krupp firm I Itlormtny In Inrmelt
tlormtny rmelt haa II constructed a cannon lUIon fo foIhrowlnt for forIlIroln
Ihrowlnt bolD or trooade ad which ortr ortrcom ontom
com B lIlbtae th M dineulll and ad mak Ib Ibweapon tbe tbeOlI
weapon OlI an fflcl ot war ar malerlal malerlalU
U I tnl InlrUII rllaf lo not that Ibis weapon
to really all a modem rrral rOT II f an old ploc plocof 8
of ordnanre ord The orltmal pier wa la lartnled Intnled
rtnled by b th Ibe trench Colon I Paliban PalibanIn Isbna IsbnaIn
In nil and waa w laleodod for Ih bombard bombardmeot
meot of fortlftcalloo laklac a potlllo potlllotat pooilionlalfrmlllie
tat lalfrmlllie rmedlai b betltOfn tw en no 111I and howltrtr howltrtrand bowllnna04
and wa 11 really 11 a iliad of mortar It dlt dltappeared dloIPNIt I
appeared In mi when Ih PrustlaM PrustlaMlaih PrUlllIauIn I
laih In lbe aite 81t1 f Part arlalolt found d ihlr ploco o oIhl of ofIII
Ihl III kind kl worthies and blw blwlblIIlIp thm up
Th ntw Krtipn Jtll fl ua I dooUood la III IIIoM Ille Illefl
fl oM attack ck and df dfnnt ac > of fotllArtllon fotllArtllonor
or Inlrtnrhmenl lo throw large lar bombs bombsor
or srenade aad with lIh rery cnrred trajectorl trajectorlto
to A All lo retch 11 Ih tnemy o behind rover roverand OnrDd
and Dd It b Intended IAa lo itrv a a Ipport IpportIA iippor iipporla
la Ib lbe Heal aIIII aIIIITb4 asMull asMullTb
Tb IUD is about three Ih e rei loot 1011 and andof andof
of 2 Inch rallbr and nd I moMnixl on a car carrite nlrrl
rite rl rery r Ilk llka our old morlir rarrlate rarrlateTh
Th T bor U not 10 rlflod but perfectly tmoolh
wldialnc out at t th rear for Ih posdtr posdtrrb podtftlllIIf1H
rb tlllIIf1H mber Itfciamli trl mUnlloader rl lo < l rndlheT lI Ilbo vtlll vtlllrul n nrut
rut < down obliquely from Ih lop iiirfac iiirfacThe Iri Irin
The n IcTatlon varylai from l lo TO decree decreekt d dIt
kt Indicated Indlnll on Ib left trunnion and to toilrm
ilrm by b mao of a hand wheel b on lha lhaId lhaeId
Id Another h 111 el on Ih Ibe rlxht W Wof lde
of the rarrla trartrse th Ihl pier nd ndrarrlate 1Idrerrlare
rarrlate In Ih horizontal ptaoe ihu sir sirIn 1 111I11t1
In 11I11t1 It It proper pro direction rdlteCfnThe directionTh
Th The rtrrlac to mouaiod moual on wooden woodenplatform ood1IJlalform
platform and In order lo mil Ih pier pierh PItCelbe
lbe h whole 1t10 im earrlat and nd phi rhlorml form formto
to mounted on two 0 wheo hI and nd two loni lonicurved l ft ftCtnfld
curved handlt ar are attarhed to Ih Ihl rer rero rrofllllal
o fllllal that a man move II atone lfIn Ilk a wbftl wbftlbarro t > rcl rclbarrow
barrow barrowA barroA
A aKndant which bllh hs itn Inlon lon pl ptf e efor
for tooklnt ortr Ih parspol on Ih rilht rilhtik
ik Id of tb I cirrlta hold th l Ibln Iblnraamonl hlln r rrnen
rnen raamonl nl Th The bomb or aroaad 1Id I Ipb II IIrlcalln
pb rkal rlcalln In ahap and lId of r rl ralll lime IIM IIMdiameter lhotdlmlr
diameter of th bon of Ih he tun un A hol hollow hollow ¬
low tleol 1 rod pasoe pi through It th front frontnd frontlId
nd of which abut lntt the perrutslon perrutslonIm
111M Im fuo lu In lh forwarit part of th bomb bombh
I h re Itar r end d belnc bl11IlnMrltd Inverted la f Ih h bor bo of Ih Ihn Iheun
eun n bofnr bol Brine arln a heary bN t l dlak bolnt boln bolnplllftd
lced > ju JIIIII l under und Ib lbe bomb and nd corrrrai ConrlDIbo
Ibo h mouth III of 0 Ih lhe piece pieceIn ptfla
In flrlna IIrla Ih bomb and rod mor mo forward forwardh
Ibo h Ieel dlk remaining In ptar unlit th thrMr
rMr r part PA of Ih rod ef larter dlam dlamelr > tr trban i iIban
ban Ib hoi ihrouth tb tbe > dltkl Mrlke Ih Ihall he I I1lIer
1lIer all r when hn th bomb files II off aloa lon th throd lhe lherod
rod dropping lo earth rth lOOn ifter allt leartni leartnih
libe h pl 1leu 1leuTII c cTh
Th enllr weight rbl ef pl pSH and nd plat platorm pialfonn
fonn orm U about boll loi pound snd nd when whenmounted hn hnmounl
mounted mounl on wheel wh l t 1110 10 pound nd The pro proertll proJI
JI ertll < weighs Ih about l 181 7 pound ha haa haanllnle a amuitalo
muitalo relorlty of re aIoo rly oo feel a erond erondand ond ondud
and a range of ortr ft mi yard yardTh rd rdThe
Th The pier mutt h b4 brought tip to l fIll cloutnx fIllran
ran tnx nd U therefore mad to light thtt thtts
s few I m mn n rn n urar II along lfIn r n In ofl IOflmllatl oflaground
aground snd nd It Is abort ho snd nd narrow o oo
10 o b readily dn taken through tho Ih Slguc Iru ap approtrhe p pproCllIlb
protrhe proCllIlb In tb sllack of fortUled forI III position positionTho lltCllionTh
Tho Th acrumcy IIIIIC of fir lire t II very ry Mlltfsctory Mlltfsctoryand ttfl r rand
and Ih efltrt fI of 0 tb bomb lmrlr thin thinwalled IblnU
walled U shell filled with high tiplotlrn ls lsTerr Iarr
Terr rr detlnictlr detlnictlrTh 1 CIIt CIItTh
Th aiilnm lIm11f tle Illumination of Ih Iho fore foreground fllr fllrInd ¬
ground Ind with Ih a view yl to pr pronlln r nilng attack 11 by byurprl
urprl at 1 night hi h been n Ih Ille subject of ofromlderabi 01Idbl
romlderabi Idbl eiptrlments In Qtrmanr ermanr In Inbe Inlb
lb be dmt place I 11t1 a wooden ooct box U filled 1111 with witha Ih Ihmllre
a mlxtnr nf lie SO gramme of pntaxlum pntaxlumchloral rnllumrhl
chloral rhl and nd mwdered dntd sugar After dark darkh
h mixture was II IgnltH by b mean cf an anelertrlr anItclrl
elertrlr Itclrl rurrenf and nd for nr a period rlod of on onsnd onnd
snd nd a half minute mIDU th Ille foreground roll d for lorrd a araddi
raddi rd of fifty nfl yard rardlllr or mor ws IliumInalet IliumInaleta ilium IDaI IDaIhelebl
a hrUht Strtar tln to that rerythln rlbln within withinhi lIblAIblot
Iblot hi area bwarn am dkllactlr ami clearly Inri vtol vtolAgain 101 101ble
Again thre tnrh wooden bill Oiled IIn wlih wlihsimilar ltb ltbImllar
similar mlstur rr r > placed twenty ItlPSI yards yardspart rlusPIII
part and nd fired 111 lmuttan lmullanI ouly On etch etchwt
boa wt ten n poiiodt un1a of lira lr wa loosely plld plldnthto
In nthto Ib cue th ground 011111 wa Illuminated orer oreran OtrAllarflillfmonlhall
an Allarflillfmonlhall area ofmorthniOily IOardID rd In radluiand radluiandbeitrawslthough radllludIblIhflulIllbad
beitrawslthough It had berom betcmfYTdmp Terr damp
from rom th dv d burned bun fUrcely To nlllumi nllluminallon Illumi Illumination ¬
nation luted lul four mlauto and fifty jIl h had hadIr i irgu
Ir rgu which had tn b n MI up could readily 411 411be
b be taken under fir lire by b a klrmMi lln which whichhad wllllbbd
had ba 11 notd oppolt oP Olll1l them I at a dblanc dblancof
of 7M rard rardTbta rd rdTala
Tbta iprlmmt was r catd ualnglx ualnglxwooden 11I111 11I111000n
wooden box bII thu ntumlnatlnf an ara r ol olm
211 m yard rd radlu la thi eas too kneeling kneelinggnre IInHllnII
II gnre w r fired an for ten terond nde by b too tooklrmlther tOOlrmllllm11Id
klrmlther lrmllllm11Id and aftr that im h htd d targvia targviaor tar1alor
lor or ra U minute Of Ih kneeling figure figurehlrtr Ir IrlIIrlrIM
lIIrlrIM hlrtr lght wer hit and ad of th head tar tarM lart
t M Ihlrtrnln Ihlrtrnlnrinallr Ihlrnlflallr
rinallr t 10 th thl mlitur bon detcribod detcribodn
In n grsmme fllm of II celluloid ws added dd lo lon Inon
on n eiprlmnt jooavamm 20J mm ef pulrerlted pulrerltedoaln
oaln In another nolll and Mo gramme mm of f tb tbconMlluentt tbe tbeOIllIlal
conMlluentt of Bengal IItIInllllllln light la a third Th Throllulold
rollulold car aY Inrreated Icr Illumination and andtad
tad th great t idnntia dnl of being bel dlfflnilt dlfflnilte
Ifl e eitlncuUh but It I somwhit etpto etptoT
In T Th Un 0 gTammet mm bunted burtl fortyArt fortyArtsecond ortII ortIIOItfInd
second Th rotln a not ll 1Irtto 1Irttolb fartory
Ih flame fl me qulrkly tiled oyt Th Rtngal Rtngalght
ght did not bier th Ihll Illumination n and andonly an anonl
only onl IncrwMd Intr th lbe tin of burning about aboutn
011 n mtnut mtnutTha IIIlnulThe
The problem prflbl of Illuminating th ten tenground III III1fOII1
ground MtUfctorUy appear threforJo there re JII
b be olrd It might ml b be htld that th b enemy nm nmCOlI
could COlI qulrkly ultkl put pu out 011 In lhe UgHt by throwing Ihr wtn wtnnd
sand nd over th Ram ftamH or by b Mamplnr on It Itu
bu u Ihl would hardly hrell b be tb the rase brut
lho h region would b be under and heavy II flro IIr at
one ft and nd h would W mffer It grtit lo lotHa more morever mllnoyr
ver hi flrtt Inttlflct would b be t to got out
lit f tb I Illumlntttd ar r a for f rear ar of mine
ad other olh effect ect and ftnaHy ftnn wkattrw h he
d M tb Illumination would fuUll lla mla
lon and not Uat lone oough to ab 11II w hi
lr Innllll ngtb and th dlrctlen from which wlilehnm k
am amDr
Dr Smbronner an apothecary In Brlln
b a In layI rented a meant of utlliung carrier un
pnon lon for taking InttanlanMti bIu
lw I phoioiTph which hlth ha h bum Id adopted itd
117 y Ih rtermsn War Department Th
photogriphla apparalu does d not cxccod
In a weight MTMityflv grmmt mlll which U
Ih h gmlMt 1 wclftit Sllowabl for carrier
pllllll goon combe a dl dlaCant t nc of f alitr lIt to t
nlnet nly mil Th tile application for a patent
a at t fim rrfutod nlll o 01 the ground IT Ulld that th
IdM a waa Irapraetkabl but wb wll1I n actual
hotographa wn tr submitted It was 11 rsadlly rudll
anted antedA nledA
A pigeon furnlthcd with lth sneh an n appara Pllar
1111 u ran lak w from h btabu Uhu bctwoa
nflr ttr nd on hundred yrd nI Th The number
of f plrtur taken In slngt n1e night caq
b be > a many mn twmtyfou t tf ll M r rn on thirty
nd tb lho InttaalaiMeiis artloa Uil6laf of th t ahutUr
ran b be so ccur lturleI tly reulatd that aay an
dlr e lrd obJeCt may ma b bePllotoltllPllod photogrpb d Tor
a la Uld MTvic the lb larontor Iae tor ha ion > a
ructd a wagoo w carrying a dor do cot tad
dark kroonv roolD TB pror tIIfMI ef photography I
h taaa f earrtor plgroflt pI wHl AI b be par ar
11e WII J uatM JJ I Ia aHatk k kit tce or
III it r neeM M HllilWBW ee Ma d aaral II ad adtile
tile auaa auaaOf
Of 11I
by aa e lA r ata td d Brook aad oWihud oWihudatdtCMUsfMUrr o o11I4
atdtCMUsfMUrr 11I4 tar wsulta tM autoawftU autoawftUU U
U mouatod on regular army Irm tun carrlag carrlagwhtel anlUtwb1a
whtel COTT fGered I with 111 vcrx ter hard paramaiu paramaiulire
lire o that lb U can II to ever very v rowth rowthground fOllllIlvollJld
ground Th wton body bod t to about abeltllIbl abeltllIblINI elghlea elghleafnl
fnl loaf 101 and crrl IIIrrltl a four cylinder erlln ga 110 110len o oIon
Ion motor mol or of 4i 4 hon hortpowll powr utedboth IIId bIIlh for formoilr fDfmoll
moll po fIOr r aDd nd lo run tb tbe rchllght NnbllhtTh > rchllghtTh
Th tearchlUhl rCblhl Hind la rear r flu toM lOOutrandte toMIIIndftIOr
randte IIIndftIOr > o r and tnd out ou a thirty thirtyInch IlIlrf11 IlIlrf11Intll
Inch boaroto a dUtanr of Ihre or four fourmile fOUfII
mile mileTh II
Th automobll c ri make from twenty twentylo
lo Iweotyflr mile in hour on Ih lhe road roadran roadIIIn
ran cover 0 100 to in mil without r rea n log logfiitl
fiitl and ran furntoh lum llabt far tn to o twttr twttrhour I Iboun
hour Four men m ran work It but Ih Ihaulonobll I Ialilolllobil
aulonobll ran carry four men mnln In addition additionto
to aot 0 s obet obetTII brvre brvreTh
Th tearrhllght ttllllbl ran be put In action In InIM IIII
IM I thin a minute m lIIu 11 and Ih Ihe tight to per perfectly Pf PftI ¬
fectly tI Heady aldna ven when Ih b car to In motion IArnollnnTIle motionTh
Th TIle olflcUl omlalPOrta report on thi car wr ere ta favor favorabl faorahl
abl that elhor ar btluc belli cootlructed Irutltd and andinto nd ndIb
into Ib MW war Ar material will probably play playaa pia piaImportlD
aa Important part la future cotit df dfReo dfReowara ne newar
war warTUB waralnlf
late f HI liealthiLoas 1I1IbIAIIII Relgm RI RIRftftlt ef efReiat
Reiat Oecnpaal Ha U lit f Pspal 1 Chair ChairItemr ha haIf I
Itemr If corrfpo COrTflprU r I tn4o o SteuJxr SteuJxrTh 1I1oIJ 1I1oIJTblol
Th Tblol Pop O haa bcom bfItcImftloulr toul r than h hud aa aaand
and If 1 Inclined le phylel xttlon but butallogttber hiltalolbr
allogttber h he to nor robuat and 1Id find findmental IIndmoolllbDr
mental moolllbDr labor lea I of a burd burdD a Of on nne thing thingh
h lie to proud a h lie say namely nam that h h41 M Mth fAlIb I
lIb th erllet rHer In Ih nhol p tI IIIloUCI lollo lollopilace
pilace pela aa It to hto cnnitant prarllr rrt lo get getup I IUII
up at t dan a habit which h himself I Idal ay aydale
dale from rom hto early childhood wli hn n he hewa h hobll
wa obliged obll lo g l tip with Ih Ihe m < In order orderIn
In bar h tint lo do hi letons and nd lo rarer rarerbarefooted > r rbarefool
barefooted Ih verl r1 mite whkh sepa separated pa parl ¬
rated rl him from Ih IblIIOrNI nearest chool choolTh hoolTh
Th txcrlleat ctal tl of hto 11I health makes makespeopl mlultpeople
people wonder whether Ih llf which lh lhbad 1M 1Mbad
bad of Ih Roman Church ha Impoved Impovedupon Im Ol Olupoa
upon himself line Ih fall of Ih temporal temporalpower lmPllralPflwtr
power hit to to say of remaining malnlll alwar alwarwithin Ia IalIhln
within th Vatican to not ronduclr to I
longorlly In n fart whll In Ih Ihe pl 1 Ihe Iheaverse Ihearan
averse dnnthn of a PonlIdeal wan from fromfour rrcmlour
four to fir lIe years ra line urn I O w hav h had hadthe had101lt
the Ion 101lt Ml relcm known lI wn among mnll Ih Ie o ocupant Cf CfCt1I1Iallf
cupant Ct1I1Iallf of the I chair of f 8t Peltr PI Ilu IX IXwa nII
wa II Ih Ibllrtt first lo aurpa lIrpatl Rt Teler Ptlrln In length lengthwhll Inrlhbll
whll bll l + o XIII who waa eleclfrl 010t rhlelly rhlellybeeau eh ehlJfCa
beeau h he wa w uppo lIlIpoIOlIol > l to b be to 0 feebl feeblthat fHbllha
that hto blllle llf would rwaihort bort onremained onremainedPope on rmal rmalrflre
Pope for twenty IIIIJn Ar yer nd Plit X Xha 1IIu
ha IIu alreadr r worn orn th rithfrinani humID rlnc ria for forTn loryon
Tn yr yrOf n nOf
Of court tou ther tb to a prediction that th thpresent I IlInt
present Pope will wlllllfll not outllr th nln year yearof
of Iontlflnl twtaui IIII b waa nln year yeara Jna
a partoh prlet nln year a Btobop aad aadnine aII4IIllIe
nine year Patriarch of Venice enl Howtrer Howtrerwhenever HO1Irhtanr
whenever h ha read d In Ih lho paper which whichh hlchII
h peru Pfru4M carefully r tr ry day d that h halo hi
i oleo xpectd not to b be more than nln nlnyean nlnJflllra
yean Pop b ha xclalmd laughingly laughinglyThl bln lr lrTille
Thl Urn 1 am m gomg lll lo dtoappolnt dtoappolnthrar d It ppollli ppollliIbIIII
Tb rcmmon 1ft Carrier er f Frrltlil In InJl8famla Meo Meotwtamla
twtamla twtamlaIftfUt Jl8famlaflU
IftfUt flU Ctnitltr CaIt 4 Tnii Htftnt HtftntNearly R RSarl
Nearly toiioo 11fW ramel are uted In th thvllaytl IhIlarlllf
vllaytl Ilarlllf of Bagdad s bat of burden burd ind indwith lId lIdlIb
with lIb donkey don lhy form th only mean of ofrarrylnc ofCerrrin
rarrylnc good la Inland point Cam CamciraTins mol molurann
ciraTins go 0 In Irings Irln toren II rmel to toh IIIIh
Ih h tiring with llh l Iwn o men m In charge bar Fora Forar Fr Frm1
r ml 4M poundt I Ie good 00 1I01d < load th I pick pickholnc pac pacboill
holnc dlrtded 111 11 < Into htlre hI A burdened burdenedtmel bllrdlnfflum1
tmel trsrel two mile n nour on long longrips Ion IonIrlp
rips irrots rro Ik detert twelr mile a day dayan
I an n rrrag nr rnirrh though awlft Ift rue rueenger hi hiwonra
enger Ilk like the b mounted meunl dromedtry pout poutrom polarrflm
rrflm rom Rgdd to Vowwul and DomiMCu DomiMCumak J m u umake
make forty fifty and ren tin more mlle mil at a aI
I retch 1
Freight b beln t een Bagdad fId and Inland 111111In polrl polrln
In n M Ioolmla op iaml I iii rommonly iMicked 1 In Inxlr InfIIlra
fIIlra xlr of 0 hales t1 ell b bale l weighing bln hnut ul ulJU
JU 11 pound for th I ronvenknro of am amdrlTr ml mldrlnra
drlTr In loading Tlw Th rite r charced 11 for forrrrylngfr Co Conrrln
rrrylngfr nrrln rrolabl uthtcroath rrollllllll de dtltrl rl rrr 11 with withcondition lIh lIhrondUlonl1
condition rondUlonl1 being lnwe l when rme ire irerhesp
rhesp hN labor and IId plure p plentlfiil and andrelgnl
relgnl otTerlne none too numerous For Fora r rommon
a common burden rmel 1 Mo I a fair prke prkehouth rl rlIhoch <
houth tb Ihe trntltr lroll or wlft 11 me mn enr enrram
ram 1 r nt worth more mo Aronnf Ajon ramH ramHrn rAm1ron
rn tometlme mUm bo hid about Ilt Ragdsd for at
till at a M or IIrtotld SI SIHetldet
Hetldet > It II for riding and nd rtrrylra rtrrylraitirpose rII rIIprr
itirpose Ih Mesonotamlan Arab rlepencl rlepenclon hf
on th Ilia rsmel 1Itf1 for or milk mil It Hhne 1111 Are r mad madrom
from rom II Iliiourh lough ratloiuied lIoUIIId hide and nd In lime limeof Urn Urnof
of ttmlne ontln li I brllil I lroni l 1lIn Mln fleth I Ie IaII
e ten Cnndenped ond milk millr mid hr boiling boilingreh lUn
reh rnM 111 > l milk until evaporation leTe leTeonlr Iuonl <
onlr onl a hard chalky imbalance In It I ImlI prlrxl prlrxlamone
amone mlI I Ibo be d rt nomsd lIIAd By rubbing rubblnIh
Ih hi tuhtlanc Intft between th Ihll hind It rertnm rertnmo 1 1I
I o powder nd wbrn blI mixed mil with Ih warm nn witer witert fr
Ie t make 1M a refreshing rhln drink hlchlr hlchlremd hllfhlrlmOflm
lmOflm emd among n th tM dwrt folk > leri IrIt > y
It I railed al will keep k p In good condition conditionor
fo or Iwo year n When h mado from butter buttermilk hullermilk ¬
milk It la 1111 te tour Nt and lId U prized rlud amone mon monAr
Arab Ar who b bur b eaten H much ef 0 we t dle dleeh d
> eh warm arm ramtl m1 milk I l o the food foodof 00 1of l
of many man valuabU horre owned by de drc rt
1lb 1lbem helk helkCamrl
Camrl em rtlre al r wraned ned In th thflr lr rUrtnth rUrtnthor
or twelfth month monl When m a rsmrl IIIm rararan rararanon
I on tho fll march Ih verv rmin camrU ar
ofl ofltn n tied upon tbe back of onbf the mother nOdirlIlmaln motheranlmaln
anlmaln lnre they Ih cannot nlllll rndur lIaur tb tballiu Ibe
fII alliu of a lone Ifill I march Valuable Iblll dogs do and
Arab A b de dm ert houndt called slucr alto
rid n In Ih Mm Ie war warrnl r rnl
rnl nl a cmcl hire ba been b rrerlally 11I111
Irlln rained lo th atnllnenc thry I cannot go goa 0 0II
a II long lon I rommonly tuppoted IIP without withoutwater wlliloulwlr
water Whrn marching near men m Ibr her
Irink t Ik k a day They f IMd d lircrly on
Ih h lough torubby rerdur known locally lotlI lotlICm1
a ramel I horn which IIICb crow ro throughout IlIroulIoulpolml
Mopolaml polml eirept on n th h eztr ulrtmo m drnt drntwatte d
watte 1 Their habit are rl peculiar unllk unllkor
lI or refl f thr lb teem m to feel no fondnes ondn for ot
heir human uman ocl iIIl l though they Ih will willeldom 11
eldom winder far from th cararan tents tentsran IfIIllufllI
ran ufllI if left untied or onr r night It ilia to no un uncommon uncommon ¬
common l < hl to se Jfloo 110O lo Jono nmtl ml on
lb h dearrt wat ouuld Bagdad cdd wall
Tier represent th combined h hrd rd of tar caraacs I
ua acs which bar ba met m si a llgdd bringing I
In n wool Ac and taking out flU other cargo t e
Ifferrnt parta par ef 0 Meaopotanila Meaopotanilananrixtj ttOpolamllT10
Tbe Lowe er f th tile TwentytUtti rtrtn rtrtnCarartaa KerthtarItltu
Carartaa at Cettrstrarc Gett Bt Pr Cmt CmtTo mITo
To THE EPITOS orTm orTRI SiKfiir Tb Tbcconnt ThOullia
cconnt of th lo 10 la kllltd of torn om of 01lb
lb b toIon l rtgltoents have been read with withnwed wUbnn
nwed nn InUrett by old ld soldltre Th bl blowing fo10IDI ¬
owing which ha to do with lIb th Iou of 01a
a Confdral rtglmtnl to taken ken from th thK
NII K I Tnomw ft of Fsbmary 4 41101I ISO ISOUr
Ur 11 laun t U Ml c br U trant of 0 tb tbrmy Ilia
Armr rmy l Ut Ia Potomac Po I tb Twnty rink Nortb NortIICarotIU Nortbuua
CarotIU uua to ear tkrr rrtlmcst la ta c cdrni Cro4rt1ft11te
ro4rt1ft11te drni ttrrlf from OlD tt fact f tut rrglmrafi rrglmrafiMUmpM rrctmtOllII
II MUmpM low la U baltl ot 1 Otttrtbure Gelt
TN ft rrgunml wat nlMd I tk laicrtor ol 1 Koru
CrHm I Julr and Augutt IM1 sad a wit U mM
ap p of f ts orrr fkwft4u ta u f tM tMirklrhk Pra
brtaitaa mUII wk M4 migrated to ltd coot try al a
laD M ttm of t tk laG rfilgtov prramittoa I Kiglasd
Tk rotivr Iff f tM 1Io1I1ftlllIIeWe rrgtmtat tftow that 11II18I 11II18Irl offlnn tut
rl U > or wrll I kawa II S srIII trhtrUh
aarart 11111 Tk mtramt III Micnd tk batu of 0
biur Gel b rg wllk 1111 MJ prtocst I tor t 404 uty od sllw sllws
I s 10 rr rent fr xu dury 1 aad d uU IM IMin I IbOI
in abnt bOI lot nn u > k ta Of 0 tM inmbrr 7C XI wrre
> UM II wov4d wld d mltdBg fII 14 M IkUtT our out 1
lihlrtr 111I BlMofttitoCBcmwmk1ll 1110 INOmC 1111 4r Ie W1IIUIdtd
LMMV c t r of 1111I Ik rcalowat llIIOlIi tuada 1aIId alao 1olo anMg lliiMii
I Ik comrita > ui Ukr rmr far UM lumkrr
1 caution It ntmd r tb ITI htttl tl tloIIIron wltk tkrr
oIIIron IW r aad el UI btyflfkl tI1I1 mH i t me of f wbim wbimmrrwMWMiailtdsrwottSddilaibtScki
mrrwMWMiailtdsrwottSddilaibtScki = = 0 = r of ofket I Iu
ket Bla tra w r rluaur kttM Iwtln nor norally
ally u wound 1I4r an tllty l wwiadrt but rtrorrrrd rtrorrrrdM t1 t1T1Ie <
T1Ie M klttory 1OrY r Ik 1110 mimrai m ka h jnhll ptibUla h d da
la a kaodtotii III paoiAKt II kjy flrg C Iadtr Iadtrtvotd tII4 tII411I1
tvotd s uuit urgra t UoMOwro N C CNorth CNerlll
North Carolina rollna to 1000118 during Iho Ih war warlsi warIttlfdtd
lsi tc Ittlfdtd dd In p JIOlCOn rronls go Ibo IbOt1I1 of any anythr 11 11Olh
Olh thr of th lhe Ronlhern Alale AlaleroiiraxvB 1ItnMpn
roiiraxvB nMpn XixcTrmxrn rnrUllm KawTosa KawTosaXxw leaw To ToIW
Xxw IW YosJuntii YOIlI Jun II IIII
II PrtMII4 tl4 tl4fn hI hInHtI
fn HMllf r r 44 Tn TnTbt TMft If IfTIle
TIle LrftUaiar r nf f in Prorlic af of Prlnc Id Idward rdword
ward Itlvrf Oaada oadl l toT > r a Maalvian 01 r nil nil1PfI4 tt ka kafni
fni M rtpral aI tk b naklac H criminal criminaloffeacr mntluleCIftWt
offeacr tmiil 0111I111 hbl bv a klg 1IIlII SB I Ie na ai aat aatMM 10 10It
MM It tI r r wor vhkl m say 111 or l tk tkpwhlr I Irll
pwhlr klgkwiy rll of t tk pnTtor Ya TMr are lireIltfl1 M Mtmt
tmt ctn At a formrr l of 0 to Utiu Utiur Lt1tI4olllre
lllre r a u rgaalMnii l Amrrtcas tlll rapluEats rapluEatshad
had for a tkarur M priM U r Kstite itntt ran ranM nil1Id
M n W 1Id iM > Tk UgMttur l > Ute4 Ia Iarwltt wpo wpokarltr
karltr woo u H Cc t tat a ear an anlie kU kUb
b lie n Id a fii4tr TM America nret t ta Ie IeA IeI
a W astMeteMt A aatfw f i na nan4
n4 I I fwrat ta OM frovtae ta an IIII r rt
> t iawi fitiM M rt va ktn it wa
II wv
OTBACK Ul AtlC IN V VIn Iltcr IltcrID
In the th day of Income ts iglUUoa iglUUoand
and nd strugjl toward Inquisition into thi thiaffairs lb
affairs of corparatioea UM ftu of tbi tb
French radical maw th the famous C I
llaux IOOOOMI tax bill blllla la of no anull infr infreat IntrNt
eat It will b renumbered that firw firwand t tand
and wldeipread opposition to it I d djI djIoped re reoped
oped all over France 1IUIOIt not 110 only onl on arcouat arcouatof
of 01111 Ita burdeneom cumulative Uiatlon of
Income IU plan of tax and surtax lrtU hut hutren hl hlneo
neo more beeaus of UM system of Inqtii Inqtiiaitloa In1 In1amOD
aitloa which hlch wsa an Inseparable feature featureof flu fluoliia
of oliia IU application It la certain rtaln th that t th thInquisitional IhInquIUoDl
Inquisitional feature fMtu1II will be dropped and andthat ni nithat
that the income DcOrnI tax tneajtir which 1I1h will willbe 111 111t
be submitted to the new Chamber Cbam r will 11 bi bidrafted b bdrattd
drafted along IoQlIOftlfatYII conservative line lineIt lIDIt
It 1NtrI e ma that la the Ih new w Chamber a a1nnlat
Ministry 1nnlat depending dt on the bloc bloclor for th thpresent tbJI1NfDt
present at leaat the Ministry nf M MArUtide 1 1Arlatld
ArUtide Brlandwlll hare far lea 1 trait traitfatten t o oIaUoa
fatten to court extreme radical rip ripport IP IPport
port than In the Chamber which hi hili jut jutpaaM JttpalWd
paaM palWd > d out of existence Although a II a amatter amatln
matter of fact the tb bloc lo loet t eltht vote TM in inthe
the election but month mmlhlnd and th Ihe UlrfIIt UlrfIItlett xtrn xtrnleft
left the SotialltHi 8ooIJII fsif1 fsif1gained gained Inlld IwMitr IwMitrthe IWAnIIhe
the aupport of th Ihe Ministry MInI try li I more cohe cohesive C b bNTe ¬
sive than Mem and the mandils of Ih IhPfOrle h hp
p PfOrle opte I universally interpreted ai beta betaor btInc
for or moderation modrotloalIfIt not motion It U I car carfully lIr
fully lull expltlned Just moderation M MDrianda 1 1Orland
Drianda speeches during dlJrln the cnva cann1M < i iand
and two made aftr the election at t Prt Prtgiieux P rt I
giieux aiHLRalntChamond and inlChmon hava beea beeapitched tIpilchid
pitched In thla hl key He n recommended recommendedrelaxation 2 2NluaUIft
relaxation of atraln and oclil aoclalrorm r rform
form At the ame me time I cm cma 18alJIIlncant
a significant warning mlnK sgalnst anything anythingwhich nytllinewhich
which might Interfere III rfll with the Ih nuterhl nuterhlprosperity malrhlproepertly
prosperity of the country In a country countrywhich ftlJnll1which
which la not proapernu proep mcd mid Id he het at Saint SaintChamond tlnt tlntChamond
Chamond no I orocrca U nostlhle
The Th simple truth la thtt th recent recentChamber rllCflItCbamMf
Chamber la ralh rathr r In th bKek booki bookt booktFrttnch of ofFrench
French public opinion and lit It prefnt dis disfavor dl dlfTor ¬
favor la to A large ext ntnt nt du due to IU pu puuge flUISle >
ISle of the Caillau bill One awparr awparrchargea Dtpa r
chargea that the Deputies or a majority majorityof
of them Votl ot 1 for the measur on March Iucbt
9 l 1110 o out of ehr r cowardice bvauit bvauitthe
the Mlnlatry 1I1nll eoered them Into doini dlln n nBut >
But It sy Y the Ministry lInl l alao It It waa al At AtClemenceau 1 1Clem
Clemenceau Clem lICfau administration In which M MCalllaux 31CIIIIII
Calllaux waa w AI Flnncn O Minister act aclt acltout id idout
out of cowardice It waa afraid of th theffect IhelrflCt
effect on the th peoph pl of a defeat of th bill biDfollowtd billfollowed
followed by a upllt In the Cabint Tho Thowho i iwho
who didnt Ilk Ilkt th bill ll IItd d upon lh lhSenate IhlIat
Senate lIat to hold holellt It up until th peopl pl couM couMbo i ibe
bo heard from Th SentU Sfn did hoM bll It Itup Itup
up and the th people hare tpoken Thty
hare ha Y8 condemned the bill billPremier billPnomlflr
Premier Briand baa had mad throuih throuihthe
the prefecta of at 11 the th departm nta a aoeniua aoo
oeniua oo ua of the iatuea luu which the varioui variouiaucceMful uriOUlliUCCfMful
aucceMful candidate for election Uon dwelt dwelton
on In their peche > and printed address addressto
to the rottra The returna how that til tilof U2of
of the Mir Deputies Hood pat for tht thtCalllaux tb tbCaJUaul
Calllaux bill 81 7 were frt oppoafd to any Dyln DylnCOme in income
come tax whatrrr tt were not oppo I Ito d dto
to an Income tax with lth careful rerra rerratlona na nalIoall
tlona nearly nroarl all nf which had to do with withthe withth
the th Inquisitorial feature falu of the CailUur CailUurproject CaillurproJtct
project Thla amount to a poll of 31 31o 31to
to o IU agalrtat the Calltaux r lIlAuI me m4lUlI ure uret I IIt <
It t lat regarded na rttad If a btyond rorirat roriratIn Iu IuIn
In tho III eoura roll of the recent cmpin cmpinmuch rmptlnmUlh
much capital waa made out of the fact facthtt facttht
thtt th thI Ul Chamtier Chml r had augmented aultm ntd tht thtnational Ihllniond
national Irndgt by b vwcootwo frolVA
flMmnfllm a year In the Ib court < of IU IUfour 114four
four year Y period and the Ih department departmentlocal 1 I IIlocal
local or provincial 1I rmdgeta by inodoOOtn inodoOOtnfranca 100000001IraItll
franca U2IIJIJOIfflI 2nuooono > litre It WM pointed pointedout polll polllnut
out waa If the tru reaton on why a raid had hadto hadto
to be m mad di on th proaperity of the COIn country COIntry
try In th forai ror of an n ln InttulaltorlJ ui ltoritl inoomi inoomiUx ID Om Omtal
Ux bill Tic to prorld mean to corrr corrrthe COT COTth
the th utravajnrvr of heedteaa httdl leelaUtora leelaUtoraThla
Thla charg of extravagance la I a eeconj eeconjcaut IftOnitllUl
caut of the Ih prf p a an nt unpopularity of tht thtrecent th thlICfnt
recent Chamber KG far aa the taxadoa taxadoaqueatlon tallIOIquUon
queatlon la I concrrrf rocCtr1 rf M Briand III lUrol lUrolIboratll col colliberate
liberate with Ib th commiailon of th thll 6n 6nato snuOn
ato upon taxation qutatloni uimg uic the thtproject theproJfItt
project adopted by b th Uat Charabtr Charabtrthe
the Calllaux bill aa a baaa baa ef dlacuaaioa dlacuaaioaThl d1acuMioaThla
Thl avoida ollia a clean backdown and moa moanothinf mtlllnolhln
nothinf nothinfThe nolhln nolhlnThl <
The new n Chambr ha hu been In aMloa aMloainc a IOI IOIalnM
alnM inc June l I but It haa h not got ot down to tobuln 10buIIlnlONyt
buln buIIlnlONyt a yet Ita time haa been taken up upwith upllh
with llh diaputed ejata ta and caucu oau for th thdignltlpf the thedllnlll
dignltlpf offlca and the th tike that it baa haato baato
to bratow I On the face of th return returnand IUtIt IUtItand
and no great change U expected to retult retultfrom mulafrom
from contest the membership ill illDeputle 111putll
Deputle putll againat alna 5 au l In the Uat Chamber Chamberconaleta CbambtrtoMial
conaleta of Hi 12 lUdical IK Radical RadicalSocialUta Radlca8oti1
SocialUta 8oti1 71 Republican of tb Ibe Mt Mtand rr rrand
and 14 2 Independent IDd ndnt Socialiata making makingup m llll llllup
up a mlniaterial bloxj of SSI Deputlea DeputleaProgreMiaUi DrrutlHProlilla
ProgreMiaUi to R Reaetlonaritl a tlonariea and Cos CosMrraUve MunthN
MrraUve calling themaelre Liberal Liberaland Llbtn1and
and 10 Nationallitai making a reactionary reactionaryopposition reactlolW1orpoeltlon
opposition bloc of rlahtltta rt htlata of 0118 199 Depu Deputie
tie 1111 and the 71 Unified RocialUta who whoare wboare
are the opposition of the tb Left f Th Thministerial Themlnlaurlat
ministerial bloc baa loot eight TOU from fromthe fromtht
the late Chamber and an the Reactlonari Reactlonarialx
alx 11 these with lIh the th aix X new 0 member memberadded mflllbertded
added ded to the Hit account for th twenty twentyvote tlttnl tlttnlvott
vote which the Unified fiodallita gala galaThe I
The gain Iteelf I Ia explained aa baring haTinlnpoUttcal na napolitical
political algnlflcinc The actual num number number ¬
ber of rotera T l n behind the tb faction 1 ld ldto
to be let I than of old on a fair count IB IBthe
the recnt election bowerer In the Ih hope hopeof bOfltor
of adding to the trouble ef future Repub Republican RpubIICIII ¬
lican mlniatrle the Reactionary element elementChurch
Church and roonarchUt In many con contltuende tollwhfre
tltuende where they th had no poadbto poadbtochano
chano of winning themeelre threw threwtheir threwtheir
their weight to the IlUpportool upport > of the othr othroppotlUon otbffoppoo1tJon
oppotlUon th tbe lenr letIJft11 nt more radical radicalthan radlcaltlwa
than any aD that wa willing wlliln to Join th tho bloc blocHowever blflenoner
However It will be IMft en that th Ibe blM blMeo bl
eo long at 1 It can b be held together ha a adear aclMr
dear majority of III vote over both tb tbopposition the theoppoelU
opposition combined
HUn hI f Mas 17 17ta Sane Sanerwn
rwn Uu Uofon ta tl Crtttlt CrtttltTM IN INTIle
TM trtt f1CIIdtal r rtCaml r rUl rt it of itmti tlftl It TttU TttUt irl irlI
I t Mtdeo 140f1 by U tIIo rM t th tiluil t Reut Reutwklrb RfoWOI RfoWOIIIra <
wklrb IIra cbu 114 4 lu I Btm III levr Kan II I Jvtt Jvttk JullNil
k Nil l entwr IB tmlt t wat It Bourbon It Mi Mib h hor
b n lor or a nntarr nolry01 4 a Nil fcvl I lMCoa IIMCIIIto ea M Mtin
tin to rkutd It to rWutJoa nfll oa fMrr 114ft itt Rmplr RmplrIt rlllplfw
It VW4JM w II tI Sssaptrte r1e at tfc Ibt B wattot wattotrtrtruil 1 11IourbH
rtrtruil ta Bourtma tad ftaattr lIII r I IU It II tr trReoaloa ttlll ttlllRnraGe
Reoaloa wow III 80 t II t Hplaarrul1lD pl ac artaa l ltnder 10 10lBdn
tnder If 1 iw U I l rear r rovM rwH aa nap ptfl ni niIrM
IrM 104 Mtk of ronpuliorr 1 Trar ol Brar B f tunc tuncTIler a aTlwr
Tlwr DI > t h NY o tftouthl tlwimtlrn tttlr f fTtn f fIIn
Ttn IIn Uut ltf wbra lira UM Second Kmplr lint rrtiianJ rrtiianJfrom IIraltJtro
from Bonaiwn BocaparllAar > 4a thltliUail 11II1 hlu4 attla attlaW alL alLn
W n f Mr aanr 8 tta It CxtMel CxtMelTo CuI CuITo
To Til rwroti or T Senfir nf U Nu11f Nu11fa ar artort
tort bar a t m mad < at to Ik 1110 real 1 purpoM purpoMIbo
Ibo BaMlaa n 0 GotffIt renmoi I 1tu4I fhi4lei trom l lboMMlaitt IV IVarIae <
boMMlaitt arIae toek a ditttanltktd ditttanltktdOwar II IIOttar
Owar lt tI1OIrI arttta but no et l la fP fPmMllbtlltntUoQ ppurt It ItI
mMllbtlltntUoQ I UIO tlIUIIoa Tbttru n an rtto8ttd uadoulllldlf att W Wto f f11I1IIOIU1
to 11I1IIOIU1 s mortal Itrter tbat Ibanw t wwafcl d f I rI Itt IttRw rl rlII
Rw II U Utrt4 rt4 Broth 11 lid ka tb llIOn1 llIOn1jIITe w wMdmoBrtTe
MdmoBrtTe If r but t P PUltHtra pm If IfHoIIaIDIIalUll
HoIIaIDIIalUll UltHtra taraUt taraUtbf anl1I4 to toID4 <
jIITe ID4 1111I04 bf tt aile nl l lMW ftIIItI ftIIItItIIfIrt
tIIfIrt RIU CftI4 4 4tou
il I

xml | txt