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In the te North orh orth Atlantic tltc coa rut coast t flshf frfrt frfrtaitton tWierieo tWierieoarbitration ries I Iarbitration I
arbitration aitton at Th Te Hague IIie the tht doctrine doctrineof dotrn I I
of International itrtonal servitudes Lrlud rvItudc is I an Impor Important Impr Imprtt Important ¬
tant tt element In the race U of the United UnitedStates lnlt UnitedStates
States Stte A servitude lude In the tht legal kul sense senseof Mn nie nieoftheterinmaybo
of 0 oftheterinmaybo the te term tln may my bo b denned defe a u ass a right rht in inor Inor Inor
or over the property pr r of another aother Th Thsame T ThMine
same eelde4 idea of a property llrpry right rt in or over overlands Olr OlrId overI4ndI
lands Id as distinguished dl tng he from rrm a right rRht grow growing growIng rw rwot
ing out ot of actual acual possession ion In II also als de denoted denot tIenoted ¬
noted not by b the legal term tln easement tlment T Thf he hetheory i itheory I
theory ter of servitudes 1fltudn to II primarily Irmarl derived dfrM dfrMlrm derIvedfrom I Ifrom
from lrm the Roman Uara h hCommon I 1w 1wfomnon I IComon
Common Comon example e1mrll of servitude 8fuud in inwhich In1hm inwhlth
which 1hm one on piece plt of land is il Mid Mil to serve serveanother serveanother fP fPaother
another aother are ar a right of way W8 fnun rnln your rourfwn yourown i iown
own fwn property prperr over oVlr the property Prllrv of ai aiother n nother
other the right rlh to use UI us the th wall 11 of a aneighbor itneighbor I Ineghbor
neighbor neghbor to support IIJpr the beam btam of a abuldg abuilding I Ibuilding
building buldg on adjoining property rrper the1 the1right tht the1right
right ht to t take rater tet from rrm a spring prno or well wellupon wI wellupon
upon upn the UndA lw of another anthtr and the right rightto rht I It Ito
to t conduct cduc rain rin water wattr onto the premises Inml jrornisof I Iof
of a neighbor nelghor While ie the term ter ease1 ease1meat eae eaement I Imente
meat and servitude Ilude are ar frequently frequentlyused rrlent
used U indiscriminately hlrmin3Iel the Iht term eav eavmenf ee eementsuictlydenotes > I Iment
menf mentsuictlydenotes strictly 1tt denotes dtnotl the right rlht whkh whkh whkhenjoyewhlclhetenlfitdedtnolel is isenjoyed isenjoyedwhllcthe
enjoyed enjoyewhlclhetenlfitdedtnolel enjoyedwhllcthe while the term servitude rervituIedenoes rervituIedenoesthe denotes denotesthe
the te burden butn which hich is I s imposed inpoedsot Profe prrM1 j jor
lt sot or EMORY WASHBCRN WASDBlR VAlflBL L the highest highestAmerican hlhtl htIiettxnerlcan
American authority on the Uw lw of real rMIeate I Iestate I Iestate
estate eate merca illustrates l trll the thl th distinction ditnrlon hi h huythg i isaying iMg
saying The Te fl right r ht of w way y which one oneman lt ltman oneman
man has hA a as the Ih owner owntr of an estate ftatf over overthe overtheland I Ithe
the theland land of oranothtr another is isari an easement Mftnl in the Iht Ihtoe theone j jone
one oe estate 8talt and a servitude Mrltud upon upn the theother theolher theother
other otherLegal otherLegal
olherLa Legal La right rhli analogous ak oW to the servi servitudet prvitude
tudet tud thtw thlo recognized r ollzf by b private prale law lawmay 14wmy lowxna
may my xna be 0 grimed grmle by one nation to an another anotber I Iothr
other othr and hence hth we Wt e Itnve the doctrine dotrie doctrineof i iof Iof
of international Intlr tlonl servitude I ud VATTKL VATTKLin nYI nYII
in I his ht celebrated clebratt work The Tit LAW of ofNations oratna ofcations
Nations atna says 1 There Te exists exist no reason reasonwhy rUn rUnwhy reasonwhy
why a nation naton or a I sovereign Mfnj n if I author authorized aUlhorIZf authorlied
lied IZf by the thf law lw may mi not grant various variousprivileges variousprivilegee rOI rOIpvlegM
privileges pvlegM in their territory tertor terrItot to another anothernation Ilothr anotherntton I Intlon
nation ntlon or to foreigners forehme1 in general Jtntral genera since sinceevery Inl lnceevery I Ieveryon
every everyon one may mi ma dij liJ dIInre > ofs of his bJ ht own prop prop1erty prp property j
erty ery as A he sees fit tl Perhaps Plrha the tht mo mOI mOItrkl mot motstriking t tstriking
striking trkl example of an International inleratlnal ser servitude srvitude r I Ivltude
vitude in mndeni mrMtn times lime tIm is the grant rnl of ofrights orrghlA ofrights
rights rghlA in and over th Ihl the Canal anl Zone by bythe b bthe 1wthe
the Republic Rtplbl of Panama PnMI to th tho the United t ni I IStates i iSate Ip
p States Sate which whih goes f so 0 far as ni t to t confer conferupon mnrlr nnferupon I Iupn
upon upn the I rnlll tntted nit IHtnte HIII 4tnte all al the thl power pwr and anll anllauthort I Iauthority Iauthority
authority authort within Ulln ih Ill th4t t territory Irtor which whichthe whith whiththe whichthe
the United lnltfl States would pooeew and anI andcxerrie i iexercUx i iexer
exercUx exer If it were n the rhl 1pnil sovereign to tho th thoentire j jentire i ipntr
entire pntr excluMon Psruflon of the exeriH by b the thf theRepuhlt I IKepublir
Kepublir Hepuhlr of tf Ptnnma lnAm of any ny such h sover sovereign oercign vr vrelgn
eign nghts nlhll powers pWI or authority llhorly An1 An1other An1olbe An I Iotbe
other olbe illuMration lutralon IlIn tritiun i to h t found rHld In a
treaty msde midI N tll bet > t wcon Wt pain Spin S and iermany iermanyIn tnany tnanyInl
In Inl 1W by which whlhSIln S Spolo in 1fled < r eded le l I 10 nCermany nCermanyfull enany enanyrll ermany
full rll sovereignly Y nver Jer the t hl Caroline arlnt Pel Pellew Ptl PtlIt PcIlaw
law It aiil aJI Mariana JarI groups rUII of islamU LI IL in inthe inIhe inthe
the Parihe Pc h Thw Th treaty provided Jrldtllhnt JrldtllhntntWibI8Idhu < l ihut ihutnotwithstanding thitiflOtwithMaIIIiIi
notwithstanding ntWibI8Idhu the Ih transfer ImnJflr of sover sovereignty 1lr 1lrIInt anverslgnty ¬
eignty IInt over Or ih hse < > > e islands 1 landl to fiermany fiermanySpain GtmumySpain CerrnanySpain
Spain should be l allowed alnwM to tOljlhl toetiihlLli vt hUi h and andmaintain andmalntail andmaintain
maintain malntail MI 1i dopots > 11 for h hr r war and andmerchant andmerchant nd ndmtrcanl
merchant mtrcanl tWr 11 JI in each ah group Iroup of lr i Unds ilanrlseven < Undseven In11 In11eln
even eln In imp 111 1 war warIn warIn 1
In the th Hague nlu arbitration arhilralon It I Ii r not con contendril rn rntenrfl rontendr
tendril tenrfl it by b ho h I nited Inill StatM that New Newfoundland SfW SfWlounrlll sewfnurulLitnd ¬
foundland lounrlll is I L Huhjeet to any n such Illh broad broadand brOI brOId broadnd
and nd d sweeping Wpl trvltiidft f lldl M a exii exi l in th thcost thl thlC the thecai <
cost C cai of 1 III iho 1 11 Panama laOml Canal Zon lnl Mfld Th Thcontention Thrnltlton TheCOntetitton < >
contention rnltlton > if r tlm Ih he ruunw 1IJU1 eoiitoeI > for till Ihll coun countrj run runlr counU7
trj lr is I that 111 under Indlr the treaty lIIY of IMS IMSreApe 111 IISrtIJen
reApe t rtIJen ng 0 Newfoundland fmmllanr fii herien nhlrit > the theliberty th thIrt thed
d liberty Irt totHkphiiof tu Ilk tnkp 11 h5ii or every verykinionthe verykiniontheWlthcnicoaht klnt on r lh the theiouthcni
Wlthcnicoaht tahcnC1 iouthcni cot if r Newfoundland prOmllan1 granted grantedto rnl1 rnl1tn
to the th inhabitants Inhoh lll of tho United Vnltd Klalcs KlalcsIn HI HIIn
In common with Ih he subjects lubjltl or hi Hri Hritanni lr Rntank
tank Mal Marstv tvi I io Hn n international
tarnl lljI lllmalol ser servitude Ir Irlllde er ervitude ¬
vitude lllde ron r tonitituttng titutlng ltllnj H restriction tretlnn of tlm tlmterritorial thi tIiitterritorial
territorial tlrltral sovereignty nhzlr of f jrenl rNit lt Ilrilain lirtlaInand Ilrilaina rtaln rtalnll
a ll and d hence tnm hen tbit thlt It I w a right rhllnlte1NI uruiffextecl by bywar hyr bywir
war r and ad survive urvlve without Impairment Impairmenthy Imllrlnt Imllrlnthy
hy wiy HIY change cMAje which whih may take tkf tji place in inthe InIt inthe
the It government journment of Newfoundland wrolnllnd The TheAmerican T TheAintrIan I
American AllrrRn argument arjfnt b l to the lh effect 1f that thatan
an international InltrUOMI servitude rlude h character rlioractcrtad llrcer llrcerjd i
tad by h three Ihr enMHitbtl t It
jd I must mlt mustrrbIeIl be berrtiteil bi j
rrtiteil rnlel bv h tnn M stjite 11t t4ite for the benefit bltft of ofMiothei ofohll ofaloIeI
Miothei ohll us it i imji ni IIIY iKy must mUlt be b beyond beyondthe oond oondtb
the tb control lr of I rue Htatc Hla creating ctna it i and andit
it nist nilt maim I t mu e territory Irr t or a portion portionf prion prionII
II < f tlm 111 territory of iinn fO no Htute wre 11 a ajurixiworan aJsrsseoran j I Ilri
jurixiworan lri o an tnterwtof iltet or another Dothtr Minim Htt1 MinimMi I IAil I
Ail AII ihorte dMrl1M ihara < 1ef wtMTi I am 1m oatd i1 t to In Inby I IrUI 1wfound
rUI found I In tle the HilI of fhr fihry nl11 rigbta mad madb Inftf Ic Icb
by b b ireat rtal KntHin HntHI to the I t nited nted States SIIIN in inthe InU inIi
the U Ii treatvof lnal treufYotiSiS treufYotiSiSAlthough vt 18IX 18IXAlthough III IIII IIIAlthl
I Although Althl h the n liberty Ily to take Ilk n ffh fih fihgranted > h hgrantpfl I IgJnt1
iv svthtt ilwt I Iw Iwto I It
granted rIlll treaty ttcxnrpM eeprpieltfl eeprpieltflto p to I
to t tlte Ile mhsbitantH IltllnlM of fr the li MK wiiI il lnite Initrl Initrlu Foitedstate < l I
state 11 k argued Rlltl that tlt thw thi iHngiMge iHngiMgein klllMle klllMleil 14flgiMgekHocM j
kHocM in il effe t i II grant Irll to 14 th tl the I 1IIIei 1IIIeitl niled flhlerl4IIP I Ia
tl 4IIP M H a nitii Th ft ht t tin II ttnut nmt w win I IaWVtUFflPflt I
WVtUFflPflt nt in I 4 tmniter fl5f 1 tf ter H Hpwar4 I rM liv livAM h livke 1 1th
th ke teniw M11 011 of t re V 11 twlf wllk wIiivk ue uethe
the wI1 f The h hirllIIAI hirllIIAIe hinI riwentini riwentinief
e ef AM irtlcrtin nlrll nil 11 sefMtinle er truid namev namevit naeoiIhat
Ihat it tnui tnu f fUt t r telrttnv
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tL frl o t rne rneSw
Sw Ut l serve 1f a i jP rp r e r InIr neret of 4 an i I iI
other otr State Btte depend ded upon upn the t meanlntc meanlntcof mNlc mNlcoHh meantnofthetreatyoflmwhereltgrants
of oHh ofthetreatyoflmwhereltgrants the treaty trat of U18 UI where whr It granta tbe tboliberty tbeUbr tbeliberty
liberty Ubr to take fish Ilh on the southern southernroast southerntoast
ta t lutm lutmlt
roast lt of Newfounld Newfoundland In I common commonwith cmmon cmmonwih commonwith
with wih the subjects subje of Great Orat OriUln Drtn The TbaAttorneyGeneral Te TeAtonleener TheAttorueyd3eneral
AttorneyGeneral Atonleener of England llaad and ad hU hUassociates hl hisnasodate
associates Aate before bror the th Hague Uae tribunal tribunaliusbtt trbunl trbunlIubl tribunalIizsiiiL
iusbtt Iubl that tho term ten liberty Ubry u used In Inthn InI Inthe
I the t treaty trily U I equivalent rulnlent merely menl to per permlwlon perI r rmllon
I mlwlon Counsel COI t for the th United UnlP States Statesdissent State Stat Statdissent I Idnt
dissent from rrm this thi view and argue argo that thatI tht I II
I I under the tb common Nmon law of England tjln the thnword th thwor theword
word wor liberty Ubry has h always a1r been bn deemed deemedsynonymous dfme dwmedI
I Ilynymoll synonymous with wih the tb word wor franchise franchiseand rrnch franchuiand
I iand and in the th printed prntP argument for the theUnited tb theUnited
I j I United rnle State State It is I suggested Ite that tht the theBritish theBrllh theflritiah
British do not place placegreat placegreat
Brllh lawyer lawyer apparently apprnty plac placgrt
great grt reliance tllc upon rn their tblr position ptln In Inreference Inrrernc inreference
reference rrernc to the tht meaning of this th term termClearly ten termClearly
Clearly lfaly as a used in the tb treaty traty of ISIS ISISeven ISISeven ISISeven
even if it meant meat only oy permission pnion aa the theBritish theBtih theBritish
British Btih counsel CUDI suggest lUt it was a per permission pr prI permiasion
mission milon that tht amounted amounlP to a I right rght as ulong ulongthe long
I aa the treaty lasted lastedThe Jtt iutedThe
The Te liberty lbry being blnl expressed erp 1 by the thetreaty thetfat thetreaty
treaty to be a liberty Ubery in common cmmon with withBritish wih wihDrtm withlirititib
British Drtm fishermen fhermln the British Drlih conten contention rnten rntenton rontention ¬
tion ton at alTe atThe The Hague l e is I that thatOr1 Great Britain Britainretains Brti BritaInretains
retains raln an a unlimited unlmite right rght to regulate regulatethe flte fltethe I
the Newfoundland S8rodind fisheries tbere irrespective irrespectiveof 1 ptlo ptloof
of any consent Ont to such regulations rgulaton on onthe onthe onthe
the part pr of our Government Govermlnt In other otherwords oter oterI otherwords
I words wor Great Orat Britain Drrin claims clis the right rlh to toregulate torlate toregulate
regulate rlate the Newfoundland lwroundld fisheries taere u ushe
she chooses chO chno es eo I e long lonl as her regulations regulationsaffect rlton rltonAld
affect Ald British Brts and ad American AmlCn fishermen fishermenalike fhlr fIshermenalike
alike alkt The Tl position plton of the United tnlP States Stateson St1 St1on
this well and forcibly forciblystated forciblystated
on question f1lton was WA wel ad rorbly rorblyItale
stated Itale by b Mr Ir ROOT RO when ho was 1 Secre Secretary S Secretar ¬
tary tar of State in this th language languageTM wg
TM Ti Gateramcatli Oncnme I h far fi from fr ditlrtar dnrDr thai 11111 la laNtvromdlaad t tNwfoandload
Ntvromdlaad r1ad fttlwrln hlen ahaU to c 0 uarnoUtod UrI It ItIs
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id 1 Jala loD aith lla I the I tacramcal IICI of Gnat Orl Drttala Brlr la I IsI1IWtC
acrxinc arol upon Ip all 1 mwaabU CIU and autisbi ulut 1111 > l rtfu r reaIsuo
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This Tl statement lttetnt supplements luppJmcnt the tt con contention rn rnttnton contention ¬
tention ttnton of the United tnlt States Sti that ta the thngrant thegrant
grant grnt of fishery flhtf rights rght in Newfoundland Newfoundlandto I
to American mfrrn fishermen nlhenen constitutes rntltul an aninternational anInttmatlnl anInternational
international Inttmatlnl servitude InltJ The Te enjoy enjoyment Injoymtnt enjoyment ¬
ment mtnt of that servitude fnlwdf according acrlnl to Mr MrROOT I IHOOT IHO
HOOT HO cannot b be limited lmitt or restrained restrainedby Ilrlne I Ib
by b any In municipal mlnlcpl laws or regulations regulationsestablished rgllation regulationsetabIIahed I II4blhtt
established I4blhtt by the tht Government Otermtnt of Sew Newfoundland sewfoundland ¬
foundland roundlad with wih British Brtsh sanction clon unlesn unlesnthe un untht unletsthe I
the tht United lnitf Slates Slatl consents cnnt to thoso th laws lawsor
or regulations regulationsTraining regulationTraining gula Ionl IonlTratnt a
Training Tratnt for the tbl ampalsn tampaignWhat < ampalsnWhat lmlIJn lmlIJnWhl
What Whl the guide J1lde book bk calls db the lovely lovelyrummer lovelynlmmer I Immtr
rummer mmtr resort rl of Dublin Dlilln will wi have bn a arare arare
rare treat tnlt this summer lummer an attraction atrcton no noleM noI nolets I
lets I than the spectacle fptade and sound lund of the thelion i iHon I Ilon
Hon lon umrrJ LIR tnunr J BCVKRIIMIE EtJUOE training tllr for fora rorI
a I Senatorship According rnlz to an in inspired Inpird inspired ¬
spired despatch from frm Indianapolis IndianapolisHe Indianpli
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nouncement Munmtl win wa made n ade in I behalf bhl of r Sen Nn Senstor j jator i
ator BEVKRIDOK REtRIOK and anI was 4 fully author authorized authorizt authorIzed
ized izt by him it would oud be b dispelled diPlit1 by the thefurther th thrurhtr thefurther
further rurhtr statement atattmrnl that thI his hl plans pln call callfor callfor al I
for the tht most vigorous vioru speaking 8rkl ram rampaign nm earnpaign i
paign rlgn any man ever waged wal In Indiana Inin lridIansMr II J
Mr Ir BETEmnoE BnERloc is i already alfldv the record recordholder rlm recordholder I Iholer
holder holer and ad known knw what demands dmanls he h will willhave wi willhave t thve
have hve to tl make upon his I vitality vitl tv lo stir siirpa stirra I Ir
pa r ° hinwlf It I will 1 be b no light J ht under undertaking Indr Indrtakin tindertakint ¬
taking takin and an like UkI other oher champion Mr MrDUVKBIDOE Ir IrBfVHRlOE I IBIvRnhrxiE I
DUVKBIDOE BfVHRlOE will wi have hut to tl secludo Ilud himself himselfwith hm hmwih hiifl4lfwith I
with wih a stenographer and an a bulb camera cameraand fAmrra fAmrraI fAmrraand cameraand
and lay I out a courM lUr if f dieting 1Itz physical physicalexercise phylral phylraltllrMr physicalexercise
exercise tllrMr and nd vocal Oal gymnastics ymna ti to If hr hrstrictly hestrictly > I
strictly trclr followed followedThe folowe followedThe I
The Tt Senator Sntor has h trained lrfnf before hlrom and andhe andhe i
he has toM to the world the thf secret Ir of his hissystem hil hil1trm hissystem
system 1trm H He prepared Inpn himself hlmfJ for the Ihncareer thnarr theearrr
career of an orator while whie ploughing IIOtlhll in inthe Inth Inhe
the th he fields 1fld ant nnr working in a logging 10ill loggingiamp j jamp
amp AJ In Indiana Ind ta The To lumbermen lumbermeni lumbermenwould hlmbnln hlmbnlnwould lumbermenwould i I
would not nl listen liten to him and the th crows crowsin lrW lrWI j
in I it the thl fields tl fl lds weru wpr always talking lalkin them Ihr Ihrj Ihrhe themselves j jselves
selves he The he young yona BEVERIHOK HVERII how1 how1ever MW MWvtr however
ever vtr was WI resourceful tllrll When Whln alone alonehe alonl alonehe
he h says MI I marie maiI speech 1 h4 to the th walnut walnlt walnlttn I Itrees Itrees
trees tn Even Fvfn earlier rrlr when whtn I ploughed flouhlm in i
the tht fields nfldl at home hOlnl I addressed aJ 1 myself mvwlfto i ito
to Imaginary Imallnaf audiences aurien in the I h fence rnN fencecnroers I Icomers j I Imel
comers mel There hen are comparatively mllrttly few fewwalnut I Iwlnut
4 walnut trees tf in 1 Cheshire Chthire county nt hut hutI blt bltllo
I llo large groves gryt of chestnuts ehetnlts and to them themMr ttm ttmi themMr
i Mr Ir BrvpfiiiMiK UfnRIMII In a tightly IIhly buttoned buttonedfnwk hlttn1 hlttn1fk huittonciifrock
frock coat with a glass gla of water on a astump atumll astump i
stump ran a make his bow hw gesture Iturl hy hyi I II livthe 1
i the hour hOlr snd nf ntI talk tlk without wihoUl challenge eh ehallangeI II1 I Its I
1 except ts rt from rrm the hluejays and thn bull bullfrogs huhfrng
I frogs fl In August the th com will wi bo b well wf1 wellI
I up and to t the myriad Irar standing landln stalks stalksI IAlk IAlkwaving taikswaving
I waving their thlir flags nal the lh Grand Young YoungMan VotingMan I II I
I I Man ran an explain why he b voted agam AI against againstthe illt t j I
Ithe the tariff tarl bill bi when whln formerly l h > wan w a averitable averitable
veritable triahl dancing denrna dervish dlfllh of protection prltton j I IIn
In early August AUIIl the hay hy will wl have h been beenharvested 11 beenhanested I
harvested and In the th stubble the th
hf III ad Itllhhl Mrti Mrtident stn stnilent lr1
dent insect I l people P ° PIe will wi leap I p nimbly nimblyabout nimhl nimhlaout nimblyabout
about aout exulting llllin and nl complaining while whit whilefrom i ifrom ii i
i from rrm the neighboring ntllhhrn wood 101 the th rkadxj rkadxjwill cicailit cicailitwill kat I
I will wil poor plr his hl shrill Ihrl interruptions intpmlpton In Inreplying InI Inreplying
replying nphlna Mr fr BBvrninoF BrVfmOF will wi ask M for or no nol nobetter I
I l Iltcr better eltcr practice prU When Wln he Ii was u selling sellingKrrors 1111 sellingrrors
Krrors rrllhall rrors Chains In Iowa foa in the Ib days Iof Ioflyln of oflaying j jlaying
laying lyln the basis bl for his hi universal unlvl knowl knowledge knowlPle knowledge
edge Ple M I wrote wrl mil isir Mr Ir UKVKKIIMK IKYIINY is ishe II
I the most mOt quotable man in public publo lifo lifosupposititiousdialogue Ilr IlrIIJIIUOII life5t1O1l1tItiOU5
supposititiousdialogue IIJIIUOII 5t1O1l1tItiOU5 rlaloe lialOgtiel formv for my agents agentsIn alnlA alnlAII
In II which I covered l r every eM possible ob objection ob ohJeetion ¬
jection jeion any a an farmer ranor or his hi wife might mllht mllhtI mighturge i
I urge against a our otr hook b He Ie ran them themj ther
i fore ore put argument r umeb into the tht mouths mout of tr trthe ofthe j jthe
the grasshoppers hpPf and nd the locusts lolt and andtriumphantly andtrumphanty andtrluntiphantly
triumphantly trumphanty refute rrUl them themSo themSo I Ii
i S So much for rlr the tt vocal vOI nnd intellectual intellectualwin
Jr part win of Mr Ir llKVKninoKfl 111U0R1 training trlnlnl but Ilt IltII bittthis
this time he npjwnrs apl1 to br b > going loinC in for fora
II a couix III of athletics Rlhlll to Improve Impo hw hwwind hinwlnrl hi hiwind
wind and harden aren the muscles mlIC nf the thethorax thethor thethorax
thorax thor and the bleeps hllp and the forearms ronr foreormaoil j joti
oil 01 which the strain of gesturing turle comes comesVe rm rmWe comesw
Ve w f recommend mmtnl a rapid run rn up Beech BeechHill h hI
I Hill 11 Iwforo hcror break bnkrt breekfvt fait and ar n dog dol trot trl to tothe I
the th summit lumil of Grand Ora Monadnock onanrlk over every everyafternoon
I afternoon afleron for the wind Them Ttm fat noth noth1I I Ilog
Ing better bettr for the tl throat thrt than thn a back backward backwarti I
I ward sometMiilt ltfldt from rrm a spring prne board 1oartland
I and AII Mr Ir HtvEitirxrE ItIIIO will wI doubtless douhlllr douhlllrfon per perform iorforiti
form fon this feat rll several trl limes tmt a day from fromtho rmmtM fromthe
the Ittttinifiil 1lllirulIIM shore of Thorndlke Torndike load Iondlwping Ionr loadTrnping
lwping IMpn acroM aero el ° 4 Voider tIder ker Brook Brk from rrlt side sideto
to side ae would wol b blo be good for lo the th leg miM miMclea miseI
clea eI m tn < whkh whh much mu rerjuWUon luI will wi he hemade b betuade
I made nad during fur g th the campaign eap Trterewill Tr There wi will
be b no 10 hay hy to pitch pith to stretch atrcb the torso torsoand t torsoand
and ad harden hren the th miudea rucl of the t arms a but butthe bt btth buttheSenator
the th theSenator Senator Sator can use usetbe tbe th axe in the th woods woodssplit w wplt woobsplit
split plt lopi I and ad pile pli them thm up In I the th yard yardof yan
of the little Ilt red r school lol house hU for the thewinter tbewinter thewinter
winter term termIt ten
It will wi be b a young 0 giant int physically physicallyaa phYllc41y phYllc41yM
well with the thunder thundertones thundertones
M el as I IL mentally menbly thlolr thlolrton
tones ton of Boanerges lont and the lean le face faceand lac lacand faceand
and boulder bulder jaw of a 1 I H I champion championwho chapin chapinwho
who leaps lep into Int the lisW IL In Indiana Indi in inSeptember InKpttmbr Inseptember I
September Kpttmbr FortheHonJoiurWKKnv FortheHonJoiurWKKnvit For th JoDJOJ WIEI kftf kftfit
it will wi look lok very ver dubious Indeed Indet unless unlesshe unlt
he put pUl himself hlllr immediately ImmeItey In the thehands thehad thehands I
hands had of a professor of physical phYII Ml cal culture cultureand CUlUM CUlUMand cultureand I
and ROM RO into training trlnlnl at French Lick LickSpring Ick IckSprln LickSpringn
Spring for the thl encounter encounterMoslems encunler encunlerol encounterMoslems
Moslems ol m la II Cretan In Assembly AssemblyThe rmbll rmbllTe i i ii
The Te Moslem IOItm deputies depute so 1 the te Turkish TurkishAmbasador Tlb TlbAm TurkishAmbassador
Ambassador Am dor to Athens tth has h informed Inont the thePorte tMPre thaPorte
Porte Pre will wi bo b admitted IltP to the Cretan CretanAssembly Crtn CrtnAMmbly CretanAssembly
Assembly without wlboi taking tld the th oath olh of ofallegiance 01al ofallegiance
allegiance al laf to tho King KI of o Greece 01 the theCretan TheCrrtan e eCraM
Cretan CraM in making malf this th concessIon rllon sub submit submit ub ¬
mit ml to t thedcmamta thdran1 of the therolr thefour four protecting protectingPowers prtetn protectingPowers
Powers PWl1 that have been hn looking loklnl after tho thoInterests thoIntcftll theinteretta
Interests Intcftll of the Island It is I believed believedthat blle believedthat
that this thl U L Ionlyameiuurcofexpediencn Ionlyameiuurcofexpediencnand only onl a measure INUr of expedience expedienceand eXplnC
and an that tht It will wi have hc little ltle more effect effectthan ettd ettdthn effectthan
than thn to tide tdt over tho nunt l0t recent rnt plume plumeof 1111eor hne hneof
of n question luOton that has II for years 1 been beenan bn bnan
for forEurope forEl forEurope
an unpreoitantly Inpl ht complicated one
Europe EuropeAt El Europetthoopening rf
At t tthoopening tho thaoJtli opening of oftheCretnn the theCrtan Cretan Chamber Chamberlast Chamtr ChamtrI
last I t month the thp Chnytian thrlan representative representativearoused nllmntalv nllmntalvarllti representativesaroitseit
aroused arllti Urn III anger a r of cr the Moslem lorm depu deputies drputN deputics ¬
ties tN by refusing rliN them th1 their thlir seals unless unlessthey tinlesithey
they would take the oath oth of MllnIC11 allegiance allegianceand alt aileianceand nc
and ad by tcaritu tra up 11 In their th ir presence 1 I the theprotest Iheprtt theprotetits
protest prtt which whrh they presented fl nlfl The TheCretans Te TeCtal TheCrrtawi
Cretans Ctal professed prfC1 that their hostility hQtlty to tothe totbf tothe
the tbf Moslem I em deputies deputt was W due lew It lc to the therefusal tle tlerlUI therefusal
refusal rlUI to take tke the tht oath nth than Ihn to the thl reso resolution reoItition 0 ¬
lution hlton which their thlr leaders dt1 introduced introducedaftirmingthat InlruCt InlruCtaflnln Introducedaftlrmtnithitt
aftirmingthat aflnln that the tleacttonofthe action actfm of the t Christian Christiandeputies l1t Citiistiandeputies Ian Iandtltt
deputies dtltt in taking lakinl thi this step Ittp was 11 an in infringement Infrzcmrnlor infringement ¬
fringement frzcmrnlor of the Ih Ottoman Otoman sovereignty sovereigntyThey Iverlfnty IverlfntyTl sovereigntyThey
They Tl aUo aL claimed that tot the Moslems Moslemswere IOIII IOIIIWlm
were Wlm being binJ used tlll at instruments lntnlmrnl as Mln In the thedays Iheel thetlay
days el before tlrof the expuUion tlplllon of the Turks Turksby Turk Turksby
by b the thl Power IOI and an that they intended intendedU Ilndl
U t > make Ikr ute II of their presence in tho thoClKimb thol1 thetiamb I
ClKimb l1 Inhronl r only for forthI t he pun IUrlM purpose > o e of obst oMIlt rite ruction riteUnit ¬
Unit tM nnd for the th creation rrrHon of disturbance disturbancewhich ditlrhant ditlrhanthh disturbanceswhich
which hh woukl 0lk discredit the th Cretan elaM and andgive aMJ1t andgive
J1t give an In opportunity OHlrlnil for outeide oUllde inter intervention interventoti ¬
vention ventionTho ventotiTue rnlonThl
Tho Thl Cretans nlan were wtr no roiloiil Hlolhl doubt > t endeavor ondworIng fwIMorInl
lag Inl to force ro the t hand of tr the Ih Powers 10 by bytheir b bthpir bytheir
their arton hut hii in this IhiMtllt respect they tl were werenot werenot tr
not alone for the I h Turks Tllrkl were insist ifiltn insisting insistingJust ing j I Ijll
Just jll as al urgently 1rtIII upon n a final fUI settlement settlementof Itltmnt I
of trwquestirHi IhrlII th ° Itlest flfl While Whit tho he Cretans Crta ni were wtm wtm11Ihml wereiushtng I Iwishing
wishing 11Ihml to If I I Iw I rid rl of the tht la 1M last lastOttoman t iwtigp Ili of i iOttoman I
Ottoman Otl4n sovereignty and to become u II IIIlr apart i ijnrt
part Ilr of the lh iiw 1 rt kinjrtlmn ktllot the Turks Turkswere aJ1 I Isere
were 11 nnxiouH nloio to II lonfnn I tonnnn their authority authorityover allhfrtor
over th 11 the < I island IATX and to put ut an 11 end rn i i
forever fOtr to t the Iht talk of nl 1rt irreJ annexa annexation anMJlion anneiatIiii ¬
lion T Il I pfc p pMi < t s > tIt btanin hlm for th tb the nn fnI continuiei < nntinned
tinned I lI I existence PI II of this situation Nllllin so sodangeiTHiA 1 sodangerous
dangerous dnjrl t t4 14 > Kuropean urpn Ilcc N nro wmjld wm11 be bediflrrtilt b bdlfkult benlifllctilt
diflrrtilt dlfkult While hi it may 1 lie lk primarily primarilywith II lar I IWIUI
with the II Irrtmrs CIrf a strongly mntnlmU mntnlmUing IRtlbuI IRtlbuIInc
Inc 41 UM i l the lh dilatorv laf paltry plj tMnwnrl tMnwnrll IIII IIIIh
l h > v the I h IOHITH PIWt in I tailing Itlill with Wlh the tliematter III IIIIt theiusier
matter matterThe It iusierlhc Ir
The 11 rondif oniition M41 tort of f affairs 3181 n < rte rII was wastaken wastaken a alak
taken lak adnnttut ahAnt > itt t in I tli the > < niionan niionanKm nltt11n nltt11nHmpr liitnmnimpire
Km Hmpr > ire to Mir up I li the th racial rorl ftrife fifI il IItl IItlthe that thatthe l ltlw
the Ootcrnmont CnmQwnt itself ilU is i trying trin so soliard sohard
hard 111 to suppress up tt t sevi several severalthen ra ptaces ptacesth It
th Ih1n then > n were conflicts fnliI Itetween Ilt n lilk inekatid inekatidTurk rek al ansi1 ansi1Turk I
Turk Tr colonies rlonl and at Cirmiis 1lril u finel finelm irit4riib m I Itwt
m twt riib > b attacked a 1 steamer IMr in I order onl to torescue I to1 to1rtectze I IrlJt
rescue rlJt a deserter 1rllr II1 anil nd in 1 the Ih s iialililei > iialilileiHomo
Homo 110 Turks Tlr M were m roughly rOIhl hnndlnl hnndlnltiree hanilIriltirees nell nelli
tiree tirees i > s 1 living 1 nl along aIon 111 the thlllrk Turk 1irkih h bonier bonierrrmmtamecl hnllr hnllrrI bonierrnntntatnrd
rrmmtamecl rI that tht a movement mpmrt wa was M or orgiiniifed orniill oraniiei
giiniifed niill anton nn ih I h Voting Youn Tirl s of ofSalom oflol I Ialeiiin
Salom aleiiin lol < n to inxndn Thctwaly Th It was wasalso wasalso I
also 1 charged Mr tInt Turkish Tlrklh om Oflh1 oflicinle > Kik > in I insiliwting i iaillusting i iIIIItl
aillusting IIIItl tlu t < Albamai Iall Ibanita iiirting ullrin lutd lutdtiUvi Ild linellsvl
tiUvi lsvl < il upon the tht Albanians JAnIM well 1 known knw I Ihalm I Ihtml Ihatred
hatred html of the reeks rlkl with pmml Jlr prnmi4es < of a aspctxly atptwdy I
spctxly war wlr upon upnl them in which whih the Al Albanians Albanlans 1 1nla ¬
banians nla were Wfn to have hn n lively IhtI part partThe Ilr partml I i
The T pnihility ihlll1N1 that this 1hisrinstant hb constant fric friction fr fri friIls ¬ I
tion 10 might nllht lead IAII to a war between I l w n nr nrsnd ireece ireeceand reee reeesad
and Turkey iallcd Ik1 ilown considerable considerablerrillcism flflSitICIlCrrtti45m nlicfrhlt nlicfrhltrltm i
rrillcism rltm on the th four protecting prhtlnJ Powers Powerss Ioe
til s 1 mu mh < h of tf this criticism rUn mme tmt from fromAiiHtria rr fromtistr1a I
AiiHtria tistr1a nnd i rmanv > it was wal deeply re resented retented ¬
t lly
tented nINI eppDially t1IRly in Knglamland Hnll England ndld and France FranceItegarding Frnl Frnllraninl Francelterding rI
Itegarding lraninl ono 00 of the th rrports nllrA that tht
England njllnd hud wil espoused Plt the Iht Cretan Cretann rPlnn mu muA raue rauegus
n A gus > t agsiiist a fjli Turkey Turk Sir ir KI 1IIA EtiWAltt < WARD Gitcr Gitcrthe Rtrythe 1rT 1rTth
the th So Srar cretary rt > tary of State > for Foreign Ionll Af Affairs f ffairs
I fairs r il made a statement Ilnlltnl in Parliament ParJa1nt to totherffivt toI totherffcetthnt
I therffivt th therffcetthnt 11 tlmt Knglandhudalwnysartid KnglandhudalwnysartidIn Fngland n land hd had lwarafh
In full rllllm11 agreement with wih the other protect protecting Irll
11 tnt Powersnnd lowPfnnd that the t assertion rion which whichhns whithh
hns h l hn > ecn wi a confidently nlllnt made nl re in certain certainqiutrters 1ran 1ranI
I quarters wrf1 that his 11 Majestys Government Governmentholds Ootmmtnt Ootmmtnthol41Ma Governmentholilsa
holds a different Ililrnnt 1 lew f rrm from mm that thtorolhp1 of others othersof
I of t how hr Power 10W1 is illni entirely tnt Irely without wihmlt bun foundation rOln rOlnton bunrtntirin ¬
dation ton He I declared 0111 that the four fourlowrs
Powers 1011 adhered Rflhcll as a they have h from rrm the th thI thetlrpt
I first tll to the Ih iw lwlic ol > hcv of which whlh the th mslnte mslntenance malntnnn malntenntnre
nance nnn of autonomy allntmv is il n Iln nrt but hlt the themalntennni Ihemalnln themaintennnco
malntennni tf < if the Ih suzerainty Izrint of the theSultan th theSultan
Sultan 1111 it another alolllr and all ann not noliI less essential eowntialpart essentialpart nlal nlalrr
part rr of the Iht same mIM iwiti n < lwv and 01 so of fr course H1rs4 H1rs4as lr
is the th proipction pIlon of ff Moslem IOIm Cretans Cretansfrom rrrtanafrom nlanl
from rrm oppression oprm nn by b their thir fellow flw country countryinn rlntr
inn innIn nfnIn n nIn
In t spite > piti p t of this protestation of good goodfaith goodfaith o
faith r ih however it U apparent that tlt the thePowers th thePowers
Powers Powrt have hatn nccompi 1Inpl zurcnrnplisbcd bed h111 little If toward towardbringing towa towairllnnging
bringing hrnon about allln a r condition lnrltiol of tranquillity tranquillityin lrnqullly lrnqulllyIn
in Cretr nl ret The T eople 11111 > are N now no fl more morewilling momwlihl morewillihg
willing wlihl in II accept Turkish Tukih domination dominationthan domlnton domlntonthn
than they were it first thrust thrustupon thrustupon
thn Ihl WlM when was lt thnlt 1 1upn
upon upn them IIIm nnd tlm policy 1101C that the tt Pow Powefa j jers i
ers 1 have hi pursiinl seems II only onl to have havemcrrawd hlvn hlvnin haveincreased
increased in 1 their discontent f lonltnt Their Tir sub suhmisnion submhiion ut I Imlon
misnion to tho present Vind l I tt < f mouth mouthmeasure mouthmur mouthneItstIro
measure mur promises rmi little li tt Iowan a I solu solution Ilu Iluton solutien ¬
tion ton iif the Cretan ntln problem problemTbe lrohm lrohmTil
Tbe Til New t ew Fire Ir Alarm Arm System NjrMernIt 111t I
It I has I not taken tnkln the th city authorities authoritiesmore authorte authorities1more
more than tlWI a dozen dOll1 years ye to make lk a 1 move moveIn mvn mvnII movein
In II I lIl theilirnittlonofesintilistdnga he direction rirrdlon of reinbliKhingA flnhlil nl property propertyKitarflod pmpry pmprywl1 properlygirnrk1
Kitarflod wl1 nrxl modem modlm fire tm alarm system systeminNewVork IYltt i I IIn I IIn
inNewVork In Xew 1 lrk York Tlwdaiigipt TlrI of the present presentantiquated Ilrt Ilrtlqllllt ireentantiquated
antiquated lqllllt arrangement Rrll are Ar obvious obviousnnd obvious1nirsi
nnd I notorious too Thn I lines InC am laid iin iinscientifically In InwIIMly
scientifically wIIMly expoMvl sJHI to the elements elementsmid clflnb
mid to t attacks al luc from frm rioters roleO and of A con conMnitioii cn cnIlnldlll conittnictloii
Mnitioii Ilnldlll that no telegraph 11rrnph or lr telephone telephoneitwnpany tlphone tlphoneUmlny telephonecompany
company Umlny would endure chlr fora rfr for n moment momentAt lnt moment5isUl
At A present 111 tymint is to be b spent pnt on onIhts onth onthis
this th telegraph 1 rll1 lt Hysteni IYIm In Manhattan Janhta and andThn andT andTb
Thn T Bronx IIn1 and ant threequarters thflorer as I much muchin
in Brooklyn mln These TtllUt Thesesuinsare sums are admittedly admittedlyinffliflkient aitely aitelyItlfl admittedlyI1HlIflkient
inffliflkient Itlfl for fo the thl thorough overhaul overhauling oerhul ¬
lag 1 needed R but hit the t repairs f r that tht are aremost ar aremolt
most m UBperaUvely pUnly demanded can t be h
I
begun bt with wth th te appropriatkaa apU that t are arenow a arenow
now noW available ual tad a contlaued ctu until utU com completed C cornpleted
pleted p1t from ftflut future grtnta grtntaAlthough al grntsAlthough
Although the 1 needs of the ire l ftr alarm alarmtelegram claimtelegram
Alhh ne t a
telegram t r srstem have lye been b act forth forthemphalkaDy fo fortheinpbatkafly
emphalkaDy eplky time t after an time t by b tt ttunderwriter th the theundcrwiters
underwriter udt and ad the t officers oc of the th Fire FireDeportment F TheDepartment
Deportment Dpent the th public pbU generally pll Is Isblissfully isbIItuIly
i blissfully blltly disregardful dlM of them th The Thocost n Thect
cost ot of Installing 1t1 an a new service lnlo would w be behigh b behigh
high hlh but the th community tult It I forlto forltotht fortunate fortunatein
in that tht the neglect nllt to t do this th has h not notresulted nt ntmle notresulted
resulted mle In a disaster d of tremendous tremendousextent tcadoU tremendousextent
extent extentAfter extent extentAfter
After Il all 11 consistency CIIt1 should count C for foraomMhlnx forhn forsomething
something hn and ad If i Governor GOmO Hoonsa 1001 has haslost h baalost
lost I the thl direct dir primary prm he b has h saved d th thdirect tbt the thedirect
direct tax taxTh t tatTb
Th TIIalGell Poainaiur PcsUsatGocor Otacnl kai mtord mlo tb lb aim atnof D Df aimIf
of llanlar f aod 14 dUcardtd tlnH tMaam U lbe D Sam Waktktaiak WN WNwklnut WabktaksaWbICb
wklnut WbICb Slob rauwd fottt II Y violist lol al I promt ptl from f ft daiaa daiaaThus d ddi0Ksaj
Ktqu o St StTbu 5iir 5iirThus
Thus Tbu ends an a Oklahoma Oklhom contest cnmt as ex exciting 01dtn siciting
citing dtn as the Staten Slle Island Ibd on 01 one ov OYr over r Tot Tottenvllla Tot Tottenvill
tenvllla ll tenvill or Bentlty Dllr Manor fr It 1 was w Hominy Hominywhen Hor HorWM Hotninywhen
when WM It was 1 a trading lrlac post pt for a band bd of ofOu ofO ofOSaM
Ou O OSaM < r of that tt name om but bu whon wbe it I became becamea be betwn
a town twn the t newcomers ncm 1 demanded dmde sorns sornsIhiruj 1 ioznsthing
thing tln picturesque pcUfu in I lbs to way of a name nsrooand nam nameand
and cnosaWshshinkah cnO Wahlka Ossg Owor Qsagword word mean meaning mNnInl meantag ¬
tag bird bir The Te Wahshinsahltes Wanklt triumphed triumphedtemporarily triumphedtemporarily
temporarily Irlri but th te the HomlnyittM Uom rU tupe with th thaasUtance l the theassistance
assistance 1ln of o Representative epfl e B 8 Me MeODIKK lc lcOUta McGunsa
ODIKK OUta prevailed Inl Hominy lomlnI It was 1 Horn Hominy Ho Hornmy ¬
iny It I shall wil IM and at th t the vanquished aqule who whoobjected wh whoobjected
objected obJ l to th te the plebeian pJbl cereal c name nammay n namemay
may m find fnd consolation OItoa in I the te fact lat that l there thereare tber
are a In th t thee United Unit Staten 8L four WhMts WhMtstwo et
two Hays a Cora Creek C an a Oat Hill 11 an anOatvlll a anOatvlli
Oatvlll Oatvle an a Oatlands Otad and ad three t Alfalfas AlfalfasMa AU AU31a AlfalfasMagn
Ma 31a Magn ni Chart Cr U to t b b be road r from lrm the thesteps to tot thosteps
steps t of th te the City CII Hall on O the te Fourth Fo of ofJuly o ofJuly
July Jul and ad ret Je there te are several l scores of ofNew ofSt ofNew
New St Yorkers Yorke who will wl 111 deny de themselves themselvesth telYI telYIte
th te the pleasure plOur of standing tndlnc In UM t plots plac to tolisten t toIluten
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charier ebart r for New York nrll contained over Mmo Mmowords aooooworda siimeword
words and nd Ih the shot hol machinery of toy torrnment co coromnl toyeminent
eminent la a mama m of Inextricable nttrl abis detail detailIf dIUnth
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all 11 hands ada hat th treat majority of tb tbpopl the lbepoopl thepeople
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cannot mai ma1le makthetfleadrs their leaders 101 It Is lathe the IhINdtn IhINdtnw leaders leaderswho leodirsw
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country ffIunle Th The people canCel b be trusted truatedthere tru truIhfore trustedtherefore
therefore there for put Ih the government out of their theirItht thtolr111Il theirsIght
sIght H list t liP rroupa IffflU of three or four men menelected mn1tc1 meniected
elected 1tc1 or r appointed for lengthened terms Urmaand termsend rm
and hand over th lbs government rnmeat In fraction frartlnnto lraI1 lraI1In
to them Ih IrntUng that the members will willcheck wilthk mliicheck
check each rh other and ad at any aD rat they Ih will willeach willcoh wtileach
each coh hold only nl a part of the lII government governmentll 1Irnrnnll
ll mean failure from th the urt rt lleldea lleldeaall tfool lieskieall
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all II educational uralhm moral lIIorlnd and political polllllrukln polllllruklnTII guidance guidanceTlia guidanceTI
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and nd I her III will 11I drink up II Ine mud puddle In IIIlb inth
Ibe lb Street 1 For more than a teneratlon > en 111 rallnn the thapeople thepeople
people 11 of the Inlted Mate have been n de deprived d dprld 4prlvoai ¬
prived of all IIU the It Influence of f perMnallty rllOn II1 at atleast t
least 1 nf th the helter kind It I a wilderness wlldemenof wlldmot
of lrl ieglauatuirea lalure cnmmllUx and nd eomml eommlInn ffImmiIn rommisakin
Inn with a complete suppression upprv u > 4 lon lo of f Indi Individual Inrlllft1 mdivklial ¬
vidual eierutlve ull power which hl b U I In theory theoryth
th Iltt ba boat > l of our ln lltiitlon instilullone Hnridenly KllrlrInllhr KllrlrInllhrr there thereappear thors4ppoar
appear r a man who hrii 1 brushes > he them all 11 alde aldeIleikleM nldIItkl aiidIIotktes
IleikleM IItkl In finance contempliiom of r re reutralnt rerlnl reiiralnt
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romtall elt I to military and naval prepare preparation prpralI preparetion ¬
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and nil people pi how too to him not MI o much for forwhat frlIel formhai
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hy no mean nl wantIng lIl1ne It I a mlilurn of ofwonder orondrr ofwonder
wonder ondrr aw awe ar1 policy 11 at llh the pro priwpoet pect of ofwhat 01h1 ofwhit
what h1 Ih I tfe fnlled states mar m do II In the thevorld Ihlriot thevend
vend riot If It urrender r Itself Into hi his hand handPrediction hndrrrcUUnn handsPredictions
Prediction ar are lmpo ImlWlIoI inipoailhland tlrileand nd Ih the hubbl hubblmay hubblI hobblemay
may m burst UI hut 1011111 It Mio rhoa the Ih nerlou Iou aid side Id of ofdenmTary ufI ofThor
I denmTary
I Tb Thor r remain the 110 oue qlllInn tlon What ran he heI btdIR hedoneP
I I done How fill can n democracy dmr a demand for forpernnlllv tnrnnUI forprsnnslitr
pernnlllv nnUI he Mitl stitl4 IIII fled without dancrrmi dancrrmire dannmrII1
I I re rII1 iltt The f rb principle i a very er lmpl Put Putthe Putlbs II IIlit
the lit tovernmnl In the th hand nf one nn man manMayor ClantaTor no noIrnr
Mayor In the 110 city II lovemor IIn r In th the Stale R RIt StateLet Stalel
l It t Ih the Initiative illII corns 0 from him all pro proKM jrebeing
KM being Inor > nl In him at a In Ih the old New NewiKnvland St Sttnd ew ewbnhIand
iKnvland tnd town Hireling and not placed bfor bforth bob bobthe >
1110 th the lx 11111 Iegt4atore > g > lttiir under hi his xuldanie nd nflrptIhltllt 1111repfritlhtIIIy
lrf rptIhltllt repfritlhtIIIy poii lhllllv In nnanr e reHtlly > th thiwhoU Ih11uI1 the thewhIe
iwhoU 11uI1 Initiative 111111 I houM It t be placed II In hi hiband Pithands 1 1blIrt
band The Th vetoahnuM 1 re rl t with lIb Ih I the Ict tgteLatitre gU gUlUliire
lUliire llalurt alter 11 a Ire rr arid nt public dlru dIIllln dIIlllnInI illecussloninstid < lon lonIntlnd
Intlnd InI of with lth him The whole hl network n tielsuorkarlmlnistrallon lork of 0 0l1mlnlrron
1 adinlnlttrallon ahonld I < e guided by b him himhead himhrt himheade
head of department appointed plnl and not re removed r rI reI
I moved I hy b him and ad through them all It ItordlnI uh authordinate uhordlnale
ordinate on one man In each h place pl exactly eiactlya rtlr
a In a gre gloat t department rt tlm tore etoreThen toreThen 11Thn
Then have a eoniewhat nurnerou nUI rnl body nndvtonnilt hnft111110 bodynuinril
tonnilt In 111110 Ih the city cll l tMature In theKtat theKtatmade Ih HtI Ktatamade
made up of uncle nl reprevntative from dif different rtitrrnt differmi ¬ I
ferent dUttlrtt hill allowing the Ih toWr n lo loInvite toInvite
Invite randldtte ntlllll from any part n of the Ih Ihor city rllyor
1 or State itlow llo 0 no election by plurality pluralityhut hII1 hII1hul I
hut If ned t > reoutr a econd snd nd election tlUnnIhln he beI
1 I tapes the Ihln lb two hlghetl candidate nlIdI a measure meaurwhich murwhlh measurewhich
which would ln insure ure a majority and would wouldor n1 < 1 I II I
I of IIHIf i U concentrate lnlre t 11 D x i Individ tsidlvdusli I Iual
ual > When Wh repreentatlve r rrnlII and nrt eieriitlv eieriitlvmet esoutivemet
met m In ne eseksnthe lonthe Inn Ih latter 1 IIr having the Ut gold guidance IIldn goldant ¬
ance ant n nf buftmeM buln and nd the I lb former only nnl the thepower Ih Ihr theposer
power r of criticism end nd veto I a drama would wouldhaln wouldtwain ouldctn
twain ctn which would wnu Intensify Intn lf personality peraonalltyand rlflnIII rlflnIIInd
and nd arouse th thr Inleret lal of f lh the whol corn corninunity < x > m mmunlty mmunllr
munlty lxbbvlng and not trading would wouldImlhl h hImpnutlhl be belmpneaihla
Impnutlhl and n4 In the instrument of unM unMwould UfC UfCId ucsnuild
would Id h he an appeal topubtio to pUblic opinion opinionII
II III UjutllM tjustthlvtew JII I IhI view of oftheraea Ih Ihe caw ra which lend lendInterest IInrtlatrt lendInterest
Interest to th the career r of llovernor hugh HughePerhap IIuehPfrhp hughPerhaps
Perhaps no man ha hat ever r entered Ih the offlc offlcof flmflf oftiraor
of llovernor with atronger alffln support and andhla andlila nd ndhi
lila hi firm refuaal ru1 lo 0 pl play poUilc lill and nd equally equallyfirm equallyfirm qult qultnrm
firm land forpuhlklly for ublkll and nd open n reaponal reaponalbllltr responalbully ponal ponalbllll
bllltr won 011 for him th she public minion minionof
of f the Ih fltat and largely of the nation H IImllt Itmutt
mutt bfI Mid wth Ih nr regret Iht tiatb h 1d nt an
grasp Ih the true 1 iu anil oevoieo nimteii nimteiito
f to urging rw detail of meawire upon mr mr1IIUI1 th thl the thelegIslature
l legIslature > glalatur Inataad of attacking coilla the Ih or organltatlon firnballon organizailon
ganltatlon of government and an l the lb false falserelation fl fl1IIn faleepetition
relation of lh 1M It executive 11111 and ad legislatIve leglalatlvdepartment lrlIIdfllArtmPDI legislatIvedepartment
department It la I a here h thai Ih his hi direct nom nominal nnmInllft1d nonsinatinna ¬
inal Inllft1d Ion ha haa hasfatled failed r Jt If11 A Au a I Ih there h re wa nothing nothingTlalbl IInlhlnIblln nothingvisible
visible Iblln In th thIIlalnrt the I glalatnr to guide Irt the Ihol Iholfir thechoice thechoiceof choice choiceof
of men and lIrt aa plnralltr wa w the hula of oflrtlon ofehetinil
lrtlon party convention and Dd guidance guidanceof suidancof
of the Ih votera Gier were WI a nerewlly If a sit ettIn sitIn t tIn
In Ih the UgUlature was a d direct reel lei 1 of th thcharacter lIIeharr the thecharacter
character and ad ability bllll of Individual men menwith mnwlLl menwith
with majority election direct nominations nomlnatlonawould IInmla1l01llIld nominationswould
would lIld soon tahllah them thsins4vsi elyea It la laonly I Ionl Isonly
only onl loo ire manIfest that th Ihtllnnalr the transfer of fey Oovrnor 0 0IIlIInr feyrnsr
rnor Hughe to Ih the Hijpreme Rllllr Stipum m Court mitt baa baamarked IIumrtred isasmarked
marked Pits hI failure and nd left the Ih people of ofIh fitIhe ofthe
Ih the Stale more dlacouraced and hope hopetban bopelIbn hopeless hopelessthan
than before beforeDut helortDul
Dut th the embers of r hoe h are not yet t ex extinct cxtinct I IUnd ¬
tinct Not sine 1 th the Federal convention conventionof
of 11 ja7 ha h has there Ih been n a movement more morenromlalag mo moIromllu morepromIsing
promIsing than the Ih annual nail conference of ofRI ofStat
i RI Ut llovernora lom Wheih Whether r It ta I aiainat aiainatIho 111IintIh afltthe
the Ih encroachment hmnl of Federal power JIll on n th thon I Inn the theon
on aide Id or the anarchy of cIties III and ad States Htateson 11 11a
on a the Ih other It la I from frnmlhe the State Governorthat lomonIhal Governor lovernorsthat
that relief 1Ir If 0 at t all 11 mutt corn from frommutual r rmtllual Frommutual
mutual eonferenre nllf and nrt support 11nlru true lead leaderahlp Iartrhlp leadrhlp
rhlp mar m he evolved IfII If any n nn of ofthem flfIhfllll ofthem
them decide lo I try I for Ih leadership he hecan h hh heCas
can have h no b better > tr motto than that you youhav JfllIII youhave
have II furnished Tb The almpllrlty of ll llIUUALIXI IIIIAWLIIL itCSIIAL1L1
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appanal 1 ky poalUoa 1 ttos aol appreciably within lIbI the the4tt 111IIa th thlift
lift Ia rtalury sad ad a half halftittxa balftA halfiiites
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la I th 111I thirty IIIlrl yean rea UB II la tsas t the yearly lIrt ei eipndltan ispodlture
pndltan 1411 for public achool la I the III United Unl Unlcre State fltautrnw Stategrew
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WBAT WHAt IS I S0CIAL133lt S0CIAL133ltOsntbiesttoa MlCIAUlJlraatlntJoa SOCIALISVcsutbiestlom
Osntbiesttoa it f the to totcrataaMs laC Defeat Defeatbr DcIIIItlib
br b Mr r W J Obeot ObeotTo ObeatTo UbectTo
To TSB TII EDITOB or 0 TMS BtncSir Mr Mrr lrD hrF
r 0 writ rtteo with a dlt delletetOGlroJaI delletetOGlroJaIeOUrLear at controversial controversialcourty
courtesy but with sa vldent lack of later Information IafOflIoa laterisaltoit ¬
mation lIoa and a yet t more mor evident tdtot misappre misapprehension mlaapprelanalOB miasoprehenslon ¬
hension of his subject la his Brat It totter totterh lilIesbe
h be asserted rLed that modtrat Continental Continentalsoclallrm eoallllDt11aI1 Continentalsoeialimn
soclallrm 1aI1 alms st a atheIsm sad free love lorand 10 10aJld loveand
and cited certaIn wrIUr wrillrola la support tuppo of bis bisssMrtlon blertloa hi hiassertion
assertion rtloa Roth Mr Passage P and I pointed pointedout
out that eoclallam lall I Ia to b be Judged by b tb tbformal Ihformal the theformal
formal expressions of It III repreeentatlv repreeentatlvbodlta ropreesatalivebodlea IU IUbod
bodlta bod and not ao by b Individual opinions oa oamatltrs flDmati onmatters
matters mati eitraneout to socialism lall Mr r rD FB r rD
D Iberenpoa f fl called upon to rabuk rabuktb robuksthe buko bukotbo
tb the slipshod rtaaonlng of his opponents opponentsla
la arguing from a proposition mad with wltba
a qualification a at If It bad been mad abu absolutely ab abIUlet abulutly ¬
lutely lutelyV lutlyWell
IUletWII
Well V 1I what I Is tb the h qualification on SJr SJrT UrDo MrF
T F I Do atatementf II ueed th the term terminoderau trtIImodrall termmoderat
inoderau Contlnntal soelallam JalIIUI The Theword n nord Theword
word ord moderate II cinlas C lID e la 11 this thisconnection th thUDIItIetloll thIsconnection
connection there bebi being Juat J ut one oa kind of ofrecognized ofrecognized
1 recognized socialism 1aI11UI on th the Continent Cootlnentand Co UaaC UaaCaJld
and tbal kind not being moderaU In Inaatumkuc Inum Inuauming
aatumkuc um that th the writer had some mean meaning mNDla meantug ¬
tug la wbleb h he was w tndng lo express lp M I stir tirmlaed stirinlaid u umlaed
mlaed that th the word might be a misprint misprintfor
for mod modern rn Wltb that correction Ih Ihautement lb1Iftnnt he hestatement
statement though unfounded d would at atleast atleast
least 1 bar be been understandable Th The Thlmalndn re remainder nomainder ¬
mainder of th the term Continental social aoclallam a sociallssn lal laltam
lam ls eiaclly 1 1I equivalent ulnlnt to the Ih word wordInternational wordlnltmallollAl wordsinternational
International aoclallam lalllllll TIters ar are no nokink DOlaka nokink
kink laka or curve Ill about socialism lallam ave M ta taregard IDurd inretard
regard urd to issues peculiar to plac l and time tlmwhich 11mwhlth timewhIch
which differential that of on ODe country countryfrom countryfrom oUDI oUDII
I from another anoth r When therefore I hro one says aayathat 81 81tba saysthat
that modem Continental socialism socialismstand ociaJImstands laIlam laIlamIlIand
IlIand stand for a certain thing th tIM assertion assertioncan nIOD nIODan
can an rightly rtlhll b e taken Ik a to mean m an only flnl that thataoelallim lhallall thateocialim
aoelallim lall stands IArld for that thing Ih Mr MrF NrDo
F I Do qualification quall tAUOa doe d not qualify
Hla 111 statement Itmtnt waa w aa a posltly and sweep sweeplog weepa ¬
log a aa It waa unfounded unfoundedCalled uafouadedClled unroundedCalled
Called upon U OD lo produce IIKI an authoritative aulhorllatlvulleranc aulhlIatJIIIIoc authoritativeultranee
ulleranc by any all socUII body bod In support aupportof
of bla h hi statement he h add to his hI former rorm hut llttof 111or hutof
of writer the name of lh the great oollectlv oollectlvWabrlril lllIteUOb collectivmet
Wabrlril met Ob Uabrhel rll51th ct Detllle DnUlnetu and asSaMr asks W Wmya Mt Ha Pageage Pageagesiid aag aagand
and myaeif mya lo famlllarix ouraelrea ounI with the thetrill thepmgramm o oI1rorammfl
I1rorammfl s of Ootha ifaneillra Irlll trill trillar and Wy Wyen W WdID Wydon
Srogrsnune dID en If UI l M UerUlea Dnlll opinion on marritg marritgth IIlarrLaro piarytageare
ar are ro wortbjtisraainucrra worth Jut Just as much as lh Ihe opinionsof opinionsofSrogrsnune opinIon flf flfIhe ofthe
th the nonaodaiUt tIOoa cl torte u Meredith o IlIh Th Thelt The Therillll Theciting
elt rillll citing Ing of U Derllle III doe do not meet m the point pointNor poInlNor pointNor
Nor doe the Ih mere m mention of the Ih pro programme peomm programmee ¬
gramme mm of three national ronsre congrme Ih Ihmoat lbmOIl the themolt
moat recent of which warn w held h1I thirty years yearsago yesreago eI eIwbn
ago when aodallam waa still alliin in IU I It formative formativeperiod rolInmHl forrntivep4fod
period meet the Ih thepotnt mint What bal U asked lIacI for rort
I th t the quotation of a definite pronouncement pflllflunrftftfl1ta
In a support lIlIpo of hi hla assertion Let him sir
It even from the Ih these ions Ion discarded pro proaramnu reocramm progrsmmaa
aramnu aramnuCriticised
Criticised for his hi blunder regarding the theword I Iord theword
word ord property perf h he graciously accepts tff the theword I theword II IIord
word ord capital This help some m but billI he hepropose heproposes
I propose Pffl Otllt to add the phrtae phr without com compenaatlon cornpenution
penaatlon lIoll to the th owner In other words wordsIt ord
it I ii the Ih declared aim Im nf soclall socialism m to ap appropriate apeproprisi po poEEr ¬
propriate rIale > all 11 capital without compensation NmlaalloIII comiwnut ion ionPut
hut EEr III here again 111 I is evidence Id that Mr F D Dnfll Dnaa
baa nol read r111 hla hi hooks The 1b matter mlI of com compenaatlon ontopenaatlon m mJIfIIOIllon
penaatlon for fir all Ha II apparent p rMlI atmpllrUy
la II a complex one and nd the lb altitude lIlIlId of social lal I
lt on lh subject ubJ la anything nlhla but bllllllJlform bllllllJlformI uniform
It I la I to be doubted It anywhere whpc I lo I be bfoflUad beround
found an authoritative lbnnl1 socialist declaration declarationon
on the Ih subject III bJ 1eI The Th be mailer DI to I social socialeye socialist socialistcyse eUaI eUaIH
eye H la I nol 1I a fundamental one on and lId there Ih ¬
fore la I a not embodied In any n party dogma
Marx sons lo have believed IncompenM IncompenMllon
lion not aa a a matter of principle but III of oflt ofCipellenev I IfIIlUPfII
fIIlUPfII CipellenevIf lt > dlencr dlencrIf
If Ulr Mr JV F nI n I a realtyeeklng rlI really lIftklnc light a as asto I
lo what h1 bodr of belief lIlla la I really held by bynoriallM byroeltiia
noriallM whether htoth Continent American Americanor I Ior
or Km Kmhlkn chtlk n IH him ftO1I1I < t > n ull lh the pro pronouncement ¬ I
nouncement nOU < lflltfII of lh the Amlerdtm Conerna Conernallo lIal lIalIh1 nngrnsa nngrnsaliMit
llo liMit < l lh Ih1 l of rJiuligart IIMTi 8071 and 11 that thatx IhlOn thatsoon
On x > n to l be > c made al 1 Copenhagen fiolrit fiolritn
In n this 110 year lr < I 1110 0 la something of a hick hicknumber buknlllnbr bocknumber
number W v J Jlirtasatra GHENT
HELMHTTA N J 1 June ll
NJr FJr uuII1lnE viu viuA UIIj I Ihert
A Short Mtud Ntudy > Sr f Town To and County founty4onsen founty4onsennature ounl Xomen Xomenrlaturr omt i iIt
nature rlaturrTo natureTo It ItTo
To visa KniTos 1I1T01I or o T Tax 8f 8101 fii Sir While Whilewe bll bllh
we C have h no town hy 10 the th name of Pent In InNew InNew I
New Se Hampshire vie have ha P4inte nm m name that thatare Ih1It thatare
are It equally 11 far fetched hld Of Illhle name namewe nan nanII nanteeme
we have II Hebron lIh lohen a l Ibanna hanon Sharon Sharonand Sharonand hrallfIIId
and Helhkhem Ih h of classIcal name Troy TroyFrom Tro TroyFrnuii I Irn
From rn luly we have h Milan from Portugal PortugallJlion PortugalLisbon ii
Lisbon from Germany rmur Berlin from Ire Ireland Ir IrIud Ireiand ¬
land Derry Dttr IxiBdoaderrr Dublin Xii Kilkenny Xiibonny ¬
kenny rllllyd and along Ion Ibe lb seacoast the loan in inRocklngham InJIUDlhm inRockiniham
Rocklngham county Mllnl mainly and ad to tome tomeeitent someextent m mnlllt
eitent In Stratford tounty bate English Englishnain Englishnalitet nrllhlIm
nain nalitet nalitettbout
nainAbout
About thirty Ihl town In the Ih theState Slat are named namedfor DmMfor namedfor
for public men In the Ih varloua walks of life lifeHit lifeSit
Hit 141 of our Presidents Washington Adam AdamJeffentnn AdmJtrf1WIn AdamJefferson
Jefferson Madison Monroe and nd Jackson Jacksonand Jacbaad Jacksonand
and ad one on lovernor lease Hill ar ste relh1t relh1thnnro1 thus thnahonored thushonored
honored Then we hare Benton Carroll CarrollFranklin CarrollFranklin rrnll rrnlltklln
Franklin Hud fIfton on Keen Fremont Stark HUrkHulllvan StarkSullivan rll rllHuillua
Hulllvan Thornton Warren Wean Went Wentworth Wrntorlh Wentworth
worth and ad Whltefleld hlln ld alto 110 Milton Newton Newtonand Nloand Newtonand
and nd SIn SelmnAlthough SInltholleh NelsonAlthough
Although New S ew hampshIre Hm hl wa w th the favor favorite rorlit favorit ¬
lit it lamping ground of lh the noble h red man manw manwe
w we have h only onl four town with Indian name nameMerrlmark nmllrrlmk nameMerrimack
Merrlmark Saahua Mlpe Ihl > and nd Hunap KlIlI KlIlIIbouh ittinipthouih
though Concorde fIrst name was Penacook PenacookFor O Ofor
For some om 1111 reason probably on account of oftheir orIhelr ofthoir
their experience rtnce with lIh lh the aborigine the tberarlr lberl theqariy
rarlr rl oeltlera 1I1r fought hy h of Indian name nameIf nameof
1 of If town named rnld for fruit w we hare h Orange Orangehut
hut no Lemon andvor ud for cereal r I only IInl Ky Rye RrofII Ryetow
Dow I named for a how or hind in th the Her Herrlmack bierrltnack Ir Irrlro11
rlmack on lu eastern Im boundary and Hook HookM ilnoksot
M sot > II 111 the oddest name of ail n la a from an n
Indian Ind aa custom In catrhlnir 1 itch itchFive h hFive
Five 1 New hampshire counties have h
Kngil h name Rocklngham county rotlal rotlallIm1 wa wanamed was wasnamel
named for the Ih Marqula of Rocklnghtm ROtklnllamlIrIorri
Slrafford county rounl for th the Karl of Sir Stafford afford
Hllttbnrough county for Ih the Karl rl of Illlls ilia iliarouh
borough rouh Cheshire county mllDI for s county roual of ofthat otIh1 ofthat
that name nmela In England Hulllvan county roual roualnmod was waanamed wasnamed
named for John rlnillvan Del IIIIIknap knap county lOUalr
for r Jeremy nll Belknap klJI Carroll C rrllll county for
t basis hrt rarroll of farrolllon I while Merrl Merrlmack 1lrrrlmek Metrimark
mack and 11I1 Iooa 005 are Indian name namell narnII nunit
ll ha h has always 1 seemed lo me m that three IhnwolbX threentbeNwEnglandltiatehave
olbX n ntbeNwEnglandltiatehave lb N wKnf alnd land Stale hav fI name that thatare Ihtare thatare
are far fetched ttlcb and nd meaning meaningless How Howmuch 110 110mllb howmitch
much mor appropriate In every war u
Main had been known u Ih I the State of Ken Kennt Kenpebec
11 pebec nt > ee New Hampshire aa th the Hut Ir of ofrrlmark
Merrlmack and ad Rhoda 1111 Island aa the Slat Slatof 81lefit
of NarraganMti and nll without venturing nlurln very r
far beyond Ih the boundaries oollnd of New ew England Englandid
id the Stat of Manhattan Manhattncotitd outd t lie an n Im Improvement 1mrnmnt tinprovensent ¬
provement over 0 that I of New 11 ew York
When Wh o It come lo far fetched name of is istown
town our Meter Ir Stat of Main can take takethe 1 1II lakeflu
the II cake Among monlhollat the Itt list w we have becklea twkl twklru
Peru ru Athena Alh China hla Canton Eden Mara
i HUI > llloaple 11I0 Naples 1 Palmyra mr Iarlt 1rll81Ma 1rll81Mamtrtk Sweden ftjredu
Limerick and nrl Madrid MadridThere MadridThere l lThtr
There ta I only on one town name that occur
In li all lIlb1I th the elx New ew Kngland flute Ih lbe town townof lownfir sownof
of Warren named namedjor for lleneral Joseph War Warren thuron ar ara ¬
ron a who died al Bunker Hill HillHowaan lullhIoWASO
Howaan 11011 In Coos
Cnxcoao S II Jttna JttnaKata Ittn 2 2Ita 2aIa
Kata Ita aIa Clwtks ClwtksTnraarprraaorTMiSnt necluTn
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that you OU bar have welcomed Theodore Theodoreveil nlOd nlOdnil Itcee ItceeveIl <
veil and bar found alao that h ho Is wcXtilly wohaUr1O
larking 1O IDlla lo tile respect 11 for law I a as chews chewshis la labU
bU 11 Santo Domingo action permit a light slightsuggestion lighttuggratlon IIhtIUIrelioll
suggestion If there her Is anything abo about aboitwbleh aboutwhich < il ilwhich
which tb the tempestuous Im elluoua mUllaryelvlc mUllaryelvlcPreaklentlal mUIIteIItrrelkllllial milltaryeiylPreakiential
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never condemn yourself by iprMtag DI iprMtagsuspicion lAr a auaplcloll asuapic1on
suspicion that h he violates lolt say u jot or tittl tittlf UIIIot tittleof
ot f the lb law that underlie underlieUvUg WlderllUlalln underliesheat
heat In Joyful Jofulllllhaacy lallmacr with Ih Illele the la liws t of ofClod ofloci ofGod
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morrow out of today l t1a than liT other rill rillxen tltlIn cliien
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aaeemble mbl In their l elr coordinate relationship relationshipsoldiers relathogishi1usoldier
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fact flllclon ora of great reat wealth allb newspaper m ma mabaDdmul innbandmaster a abaodmatter
bandmaster and ad press P a gent agents a puthlnj puthlnjthem puahlazIbm puihlnthem
them all along for service within whatever wbalverhorltooa whateverhorizone
horltooa by b which lhy Ih happen to b be bounil bounilIf
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remember that It U not written of Ih the mea meadow m mdo incadow ¬
dow do lark that she learn the law of early earlyharvest earlyharvest rl rlhar
harvest har but rather rlb Ibal tbaibsvtng bavins mad her herneat hrDCO hernest
neat In Ih ihs hayfield ah she h bears bN tb the humming hummingof
of Ih the approaching mower mo knows kOIl nol what whatU b bI
U I means sad nd finally ftDall flies al with feathers all allawry allawry 11 11w
awry w Into ll Its < very teeth to protect prot 1 her young youngpecking Jouapeekln youngpecking
pecking at It whIle Ih the blade do their ap appointed apepoInted po popolalfd ¬
pointed work workNo worllNfl workNo
No man la more out of joint with the theparticular 111 111rtJeulr thee theeparticular
particular rtJeulr lime than whoso tries lo cry cryback errboelc cryback
back Ih the widening son 000 of democracy with wltbu
11 decree d of outlawry against ahllt that capital capitalwhich epltaJwhlcb capitalwhich
which seeka b to exploit urloillnoalad liutead or to aerr aerrAnd 1IrTIAnd setvAnd
And no men ar are more near tb the vanguard vanguardof Uruarc1fit
of life III than those particular nIMlI partner put III of Ood Oodon OMon 1o4on
on earth who know Ills war w of working workloand worklnaDd workingand
and never DII 11 II slap them In th the far Tb Tbgreat TbartISt The Thegreat
great wlllon William Alien AU Whll and andTheodor andTheodore nd ndTbeodore
Theodore Roosevelt art both eeeentlaliy eeeentlaliybiological eesentlaltybiological tIIllall tIIllallblololeal
biological In viewpoint and method of oftreatment ortretmellt oftreatment
treatment Jefferson before them also alaoGrouped was wasGrouped wasGrouped
Grouped about them ar are men whose point pointof
of view b essentially allall similar Garner GarnerJohn OanorJolin GeyserJohn
John Mitchell Stover Foadlck Edward EdwardIn
In this particular rtlculr town L La Foiled Beer Bverklge BeerIdro severtdgs
klge Jai J Addame In tb the middle Wett WettB HI HIII
B II Ilobert In Cub and Chamberlain ChamberlainLuther CbamberlalllLutber ChamberlainLuther
Luther Burbank and ad Jordan oa Ih Ibo PacUla PacUlaCoaat ratUleCoul PadUleCoast
Coast There 1 II such u h a thing tb s u knowing knowingao
ao much of law IwIh th kind hat Reese ROCIeIf11 ROCIeIf11b ell ellhaa
has b never yet 1 off endedlbat olrad dlbat one grows con contemptuous tOaIfmpluoua conteniptuoua ¬
temptuous of statute drawn an4 aJlylllorefd aJlylllorefdII aforcd aforcdby
II by power who whose bOl measor h be has II completely completelylakeu compJIarlalleu completelytaken
taken lUAu ResuLt ItCSItlUMs ResuLt4I tULL tULLa
Ms a YORK 011 June 21 214V I4M 33tN
4V OriNlOV ABOUT DOGS DOGSIncktcnuilr DOG1DtIdMlaJl DOGSUIeWNttliy
Incktcnuilr s Demand That They B lie Net NejtAllenrd NetUttf NotAllowed
Allowed t Drtocne a Nuisance NoltaneeTn Nut NutTn NuisanceTitvita
Tn Titvita Tin Kniros EntrojtorTnzSvxSlr ITOII or Tax TBI8IwSlr 8ux Sir When Whenever Wllnnlf Whenever
ever reasonable measure of protection prol ttoD < ar aranked art irs irsasked
asked t for against annoyance and ad Injury Injuryfrom JaJUt7lfIm lajuryfrom
from dog do w we 0 ar are quit certain lln M b be an answered anwrM ansecret ¬
secret by b homllle on th the noble qualities qualitiesof qllaUUf
of f the dog do but even n If doga ar are re a as noble DOblLhlr as astheir aatheir
their enthusiastic falhuI tle eulogist olliocl assert r till tlll dog dogowner dll dllown dogflutters
owner own are r under obligation to lake proper properirrcaullon proprrullon properprecaution
precaution to prevent their dogs do from cans causjig tuIa cansitt
Ia itt jig annoyance and nd Injury to other otll people peopleDog peoplelflltI peopletots
Dog especially 111 at t this time when rabies rabiesexlti rbl rblnll rbtssrusts
rusts among mOll dog ar are dangerous aalmala aalmalaand
and there la no more sen sense nee In allowing 11011I them
10 o run loose I and ao unmuuled than there thereould thereouldbe would wouldb
b be In allowing UolIln any II other animal likely IIbl to tocaut 10IIe tocause
cause IIe death < or serious lou1aJut7 Injury lo roam at atarge 11large t I II
I large arge I If people 11 ar are not able 101 to keep does doeso do dotoO
toO o that they Iho cannot annoy or Injure othst othstpeotil oth oth11I10 othtpeoule
peotil either by b biting billa or barking or In any aayntlw an anIht anynth
ntlw nth way they lb have u no right to keep a adog adog
dog do at t wr all allHut allHut 1
Hut 11 I Ia the dog do really Ir noble A dog do will willfight wlltlehl willlight
fight for any n one who feed him a burglar burglara bllrllaron11
a sneak thief Ihl f a pickpocket a filthy IIltb tramp trampa
a pirate or a murderer who b hat committed committeda Nmllltloqdorn
a ilnirn norm cruel crime In Th The dog will 10 tear tearIn IrIn tearIn
In piece 11 11kw the Ih best 1 man In defending th thworst IhI the thesuorai
I worst ral man foe II that III at make him a noble noblcreature nflblen noblecreature
creature Any n dog d will II steal It JIII will take takeanything faknlhln taleanythingit
anything nlhln It waitta watttaregardiaea 11 regard rd of ownership oIIhlline ownershiptinge
line am rt stupid They TII are U constantly constantlyfighting
fighting each h other IIlh though they th bar not seth aOIItI sethnt It ItIng
Ing I nt to flabl about They TII ar ate contUnlly contUnllygiving COIIIIaDIIhlnll constantlygiving
giving alarm when there la nothing to b balarmed b4t b4tlarmM balarmed
alarmed about and ad of th the large number of ofpeopl ofIwrie t tIlelht
peopl Ilelht that they III attack 11 their attacks ar ars not notJustified nOIullnod notjuatifled
Justified one time In a hundred thousand If Ifone IffiliI ifone
one time IImtllli In a hundred d million millionDor mlllillaVoIfII1II millionDora
Dora VoIfII1II will sometimes mUm fight for their owners ownersbut on onbill ownssbutt
but there Ih I ii no proof that they the do It from fromaffection trnmrrlllIO frontaffection
affection or sense n of duty dill Dog VolIlIoW know that thatIf
If they Ih wont light they Uto will be killed so sothai 10Iht sothat
thai when hCa a dog ftghu lleh to protect It I Its ownr ownrIt OWD OWDI
It la I merely fighting for IU life lit Ill 1 Iltltlr Iltltlrror Is there therefor thersfor ¬
for little wonder that no on ope feel especially especiallycompllmenud NpeetallJCftmpllmn epecjallycomplimented
complimented at t being btla called lIed a dog dogNEW do doSz
NEW Sz ussJun 011I June n Avritlrtl AnloOrlaFrem ASri4lraIFrom AvritlrtlFrom
From the nrttlth OonwMJerieral OonwMJerieralTo I ITo
To TRI EDITOB or TK Sex StW8Ir Sir I hv hvIbe ba batb Itssthe
the tb honor to Inform you 011 that I am inducted lostructedby
by b Sir Edward Grey Ortoelpr to toespresabycommand toespresabycommandof expreea by command hcommndfir commandof
of hi Majesty King Kin George Oeor V his bl Maje Majedeep laJeete Majestysdeep laJeetedp
deep appreciation of U the > many 0111I tokens of ofsympathy ateympathy r rmpalb
sympathy mpalb and nd sorrow which were displayed displayedIn
In New York ork In connection with Ih melon melancholy mlallbol meloncholy ¬
choly bol occasion of tb the death of hi his late lateMajesty lateMaJel lateMajesty
Majesty King Edward VII VIII U UI
I am amLto aLso requested by bTk Mr Bryce to tnd Illdr IlldrltIn tendtrto r rto
to ltIn all tho those who hav ha manifested their sym sympathy cystpathy m mPlhy ¬
pathy through this ConsulateGeneral the thethank theL1nb thethanks
thank of hi liii Majesty laJHl Ambattador for fortbe fMthe forthe
the friendly feeling shown shownTh shownThe hOWDTh
Th The token of regard and respect pod enter entertained estertamed r r1lnld ¬
tamed In the Ih I nlted lnll States for th 1st late
monarch hue deeply touched hi hie present presentMajesty prKtllliMaJt presentMajesty
Majesty and nrt the Queen Mother sad Dd hat hatbeen babeen bass bassbeen
been received with irraUful < aatlraeaU by bythose brthOM bythoa
those wbo live II under the lb British Use ft ftwhre everywhere every everywhere ¬
where b In the empIre ft u well ell a u la th the British BrtUtbtale BritishIsles
tale 11 Islest
taleI
I would bar wlahed U thank every on onIndividually onIlIdllllun ens ensIndIvIdually
Individually but a as 11 ltd this la i Impossible I Iwould 1k Iwould
would aak k yon 0 lo b be so kind as la publUb publUbthis PllblllbI publIshthIs
I this letter In your r paper for general la hit hitI infer infermatlon for formation ¬
I mation and nd a as an n assurance urace of my m own deep deepappreciation dfOpprOlatlon deepappreciktion
appreciation of tb the many maD kindnesses kladD shown shownIn D DIn
In our hour of national trouble troubleI IroubI
I have he tbe honor to b e sir Ir your obedleat obedleatservant flbedtnnnl obedietservant
servant nnl C W Burxrrr BurxrrrNsw DUIIITTIW flgyxzrv4aw
Nsw IW YORK on Jun TO ConsulOeneraL ConsulOeneraLTh
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Th rbe Lwer IA rearts Repeslhle tor Dltreifer Dltreiferfr DI DIfr
fr Ik tile 0 Law LawTo LawTo 11I 11ITn
To TUB TII retro or T Tae s Sen Smi31r J e A As Ie what whatNew wll1l whatNew
New l Yorker Yor hat 11 ta lay II at Itaoceal 1 Uw UwBreaker ta taBrraker lAWBreakrrs
Breaker In a letter la Tm T a Sorof SIJr of June 1111 311 311strike iZItstrike 11 11lrI
strike lrI me m another New e Yorker that 1 lh the U Usuflrn 11IUffn taaitfTeTh
suflrn greatly la Uw regard ef r Uw people ttroujk ttroujklack lllroakk IbtOflIlath
lack k of dignity la I Its It admlolslraUoa admlolslraUoaTh
Th people an re naturally llIrall moat familiar with 1 uw uwlower lb lblower
lower 10 courts r and la Ikes court Bnl roaitdert roaitdertUon tfItI t tloa
loa should bt paid t 10 Uw malauaaai II ltalD of ordllDlly the rhvdlralty thedIrtily
dIrtily of th the law An A we ta poaltto to say taythat saythat
that this 11I1 la I Ih the ras aowt sow r
imbue 1m ih IIIe peopl with UII proper respect for lit iktlaw III litlaw
law through roulllllll the araary of our tower nxim tour IIL an afti aftia 1 1a 1Ioar
a long step will ban been barelalllD taken toward nt tM finnl finnlnation itiuitiutten
nation 1101I of laaoeeal law w bnahtra This TIIIDIIII TIIIDIIIIaullflllb might nlrktsuggett mightsuggest I
suggett tb the question IIon How 1Ire an you M golag re1I11O to to It ItI III itI
I say r that tll11 II caat 1 b lit doe 01 until I pallurt iOr aad law Uwan lawre laware
an re dissociated ta the lb pablte bile mud mladNsw 1IIIItIN I IXaw
Nsw N Yoaa oae Jaa JUDlIa JUDlIantld IS ISRrltlsa ILnittsk
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a farm ef IJO 1I0ar1 acre at Dry Boa near PorUJnmib PorUJnmibk
aM k th the lit Stale Dosed of Atrlcullur to ctrHfv ctrHfvaa ltly ltlyII
aa to Ito suitability 11III1 for farming CmID te thai h II11I10 hi ran ranconraute rotcommute
commute 11I10 kit bl pension lo tl et nwaey er to opr oprUw eDsTlO eDsTlOlb r r111I
Uw lb farm Ta DrlOth rt toveraawat Octen adraarri adraarripMston adIIHar Idrisootpessbos
pMston money r ta this wy w If proof pttI f I is ahowa that thatlilt tI tII thatlltstobeprepedyuwid
lilt lltstobeprepedyuwid I lab 10 be properly asm A tskwlssIoeurtsay tskwlssIoeurtsayI thUHiif for each caean dr drI
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