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iUng itn tho iTiHtion nliul of If fortifications fortificationscommanding rnlilkaliOIl rnlilkaliOIlcmmlncill
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President Jldonl to maintain ulllail ojwTato and Uld pro prot pr
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to tho th Pacific Pcfi Ormn Ti tluit tid ld tho thoNUno thnf6
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impreiwon at 1 Washington Wlhinfon tlmt I hit there will willM wIl
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Senate rl save by h ono man mn of great nt jvower jvowerand IlwrI
and I nc vigilance vigilanceThe 1 sia nC
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ns onHiKtm rn lJn all al Rradnater 6rtlall at II Annapolm Annapolmjust 11101
just on n V 11 t Point RradnattM lachlnh are ln made madeocond la latne
tne ocond lieutenants IIIUrnml1 as al 1 oon a I tilery t h tet tetth Icl IclI
th I hll ir r diplomas ellloma At I present Jrn I the I h navv navvmen na namn
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men 1 who whl have ha gone onc through throlh the Antuip Annn
I ollurnruilm curriculum are Ir an IH much entitled nti I I to
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of fimilar milr status 11 nm to theirs thlin that tho thotwo Ih
two wo years n cruise rll cO < lotri not lot qualify Iual the theAnnapolis thnI
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promotion promoton afterward arlrwnrd than I h if i he is made madeto
to rise i or fall fal by b a purely academic academicstandard Icademie Icademietlundarc
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with ilh the whole hoI6 Senato Snal actively athb or pas 111
ficlr V I > hind it ought to prevail pnw ai I II I IThe I Ilhl
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Tho 1 Committee fom itl on Education FAlucaton of o tho thoHoard
Hoard of Aldermen Idlrn will wi give a public publichearing publo publohcarin
hearing in Hall oclock thix thixaftcnioon
City Hal at 1 odok thil thilaUImoon
aftcnioon to CiiZln citizens interested intl II1 in tho thofate Ih IhfaIt I
fate faIt of a I resolution rolutiol requesting tho Hoard Hoardj
of Education to havo text hook used in intho intltl
tho tltl public Jublc schools Ichoo printed Irinh 1 in illlion union u1e Hhops HhopsTho IhOls1
Tho official oldnllotll notice of the meeting mNtnl Rivet Rivetno in
110 no clue to tho origin ori6in of tho til resolution resolutionWhether rlution rlutionWwlhlr
Whether it i il tho product Iroduct of tho th mind mindof mln1lof
lof of an cnthiibiaMic tnhUbllic trndo Irato unionist unionit or an anincident
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jtluj employers of certain tlnln of tho print printers ¬
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to oppwo oplO tho attempt ollmpt so 11 to restrict nlr I tho thoj I hI hI1IunluL
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likely IkL to bu b heard heardt IIml I
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favor of economy 111 in il every r diinirtinctit diinirtinctitof dparll11 dparll11r
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He lo id i niieralv nbove HI ix fiet in inheight I
height wa h IIOII > ilt it I jxrfei rf rlv Iv as I a irvrc irvrcriittii in
riittii 111 and III hi pnn nll n o f aihleru I hlrl Ixr xer xeri
i javi 1 his I MTV r movement Heca h a a0 v veliin
eliin n v rtl 0 nn 11 athlete II hi imder training trainingM Irll Irlla
M l < l wis a lint 11 giganiic > 1 alli nor 110 in build buildVa 11111 11111va
Va lie J IlUe Ik 1 I ireelt in I tat 11 lie 1 Ve eet eetriitie
riitie > n hoghf hlh h weighefl fnvu frf MII II t tIIM
IIM i if id duritig lr Iii long < arcer m th thring 11 11rl
ring rl 1 < i as ni I l hil > ig boned nor n were werehis f
his II mil l < liirg 11 indeed 1110 they h were 11 of ofthe r rI
the I h vinmetn 111 1111 il order n 1ur v ir knotted k 11 II III
1 litging I 111 He I huo ad a Hebraic Jhri j t of1 of1nujeiane f I Ial
nujeiane > al a round 0111 rathi ItI thnn Ihf a at at
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All A his 1 lt life kJjMMtCE JLKM MACE ACE an a unnoticeablo unbl
mnii 111 in a crowd rro11 except Ip for that steadyimllinching steady llallrullI
imllinching ullI lhin eye I contended olnl1 with giants giantslie anll
lie 1 mot wt all al lomf comer and drew cre no Hit Hitweight 119 i iwi
weight wi ht or reputations rlpllatOu In his hi old ngo ngobut I
but bil he wa W3 nover nllr old in II sinew In and nne ti tm tmI m mj
j peri pr lu I < could tolic not lot remember n rbr the thl naims naimsof all allo
of o all 11 tho Ih men 1n somo 11 3i > whom ho hofought hItOllRhl
fought and with the th exception of two twoor wo wour
or thron tln prevailed frwai1 over Olr after argitmenU argitmenUsometimes ur6llUlh ur6llUlh1lllinl
1lllinl sometimes lasting 1Itn for hours hOIf chiefly with withno
no 10 gloves 110 on Oi his hands and 1111 the II turf be beneath 11 11alh ¬
neath alh his hit feet It was UI cliaracieristic rhlraurilic of ofj ofIh
j Ih IrM MACK hl that ho h11r never accepted nlJI 1 a de I II
1 feat CII Hon 0 IHIKTTLKand ImI nnc TOM Tll KING lsr who whoi
i boat b1 him had IUII to succumb Clmh to tho th dark darkI I IJ
J I eyed I gyiy IW MACK II succeeded cI1 Toil ToilSAVKBS
SAVKBS nn as II the Ih champion dlplOI of EI Kngland Knglandland llnt
land after Ihr tho historic affair lfair between betweenI
I SYKII S nI and HKKVAV MCK hl giive lU taxing taxingexhibitions hoxin hoxin1hlh
1hlh exhibitions tols with the Ih American IIr n dlllI < > ham hamin
11101 in I the Ih I nitcd I h I States MACK IACF was wasifl wnRwltl
ifl when wltl he h luittled hlul1 under uIIIr Ixindon 1l < on prize prizeI prze przeI
I I ritig ri rules rulc with wlh TOM ALLKV 1 at Now S dr drI 01 i
I leans Ian on Ol of his hi last 11t appoarnncea apllurll for forI I II I
I the Ih championship dIIIIIOIlil and nle the bout out ended endedI nd11 nd11hI
I bv MACK I throwing ALLKV LI heavily hail andj andjI ld i iIloalilO
I iliIncating IloalilO his Ii shoulder hmtcrr after atllr MACK had hadreiuwd
reiuwd nfut1 to accept a decision dl < sion on 01 an 11 tin tinintentionnl 11 11I I
I intentionnl illI1onnl foul foulAlmost foulllnt
Almost llnt until Ultl the thl day da of his hi death IBM IBMi 1F11 1F11i
i MACK l retained rlnin1 most mOI of his hl vigor ior and andmuch Ild IldI
I much mllh of Ir his hil skill ki Ho In boxed host well wel in inptlblfr inIlhlfr
ptlblfr until Inti ho hI was past pt 70 jodalh death en tme tmeII me meto
to II him hil in his seventyninth year tIIRnd nnd at at7J lt lth
7J ho h visited ii1 Africa Afr n to give li sparring ox oxI X
I Ilribillon hibitions Said id somo ono who saw 1 11 him himon
on his hi return to Ixindoti Ixindotit I
t ww w tttfle dtffrrtnr In Iho III Bppraranrr 1110 of ofIhl I
Ihl tnarrll m nllmJ < ni man from tho day d when n nI aa a awnnilrfully
wnnilrfully 00d rlIy rtrrr ambldeitrnu bnirr bns h rouM rouMvbanxr OulrI <
I I
I vbanxr bnc lr IC5 i ami UM 11 rlthrr hand with 1111 rqual rqualraphlltr I
raphlltr a tltmrndom hltlrr hili at 1 half arm ur r full fulllrn t11lnlh
lrn lnlh th n rarr Judcr lu lct < of ftlstanrcand a wmll w r of ofthr
I thr htihrit rlau rlauWhy Is Is1IY
Why 1IY then did JAMES MACK dio dieiln dieilnOUIlIt so soyoung
young Tho answer Li that care killed killedhim killtlhim
him Fallen on evil days UM I h spirit spiritthat
I that no odds could intimidate in las lasj
j primo was quenched by b poverty and andneglect nndnltlecl
neglect Ten TelllMlllpio championship llhip cups lie had hadwon I
i won and four diamond studded IItudd < 1 bolts boltswith txItwith
with pounds sterling moro titan moot mootQ I
Q Os over amaMod but oa I y come comeeasy
J I
I easy go JEM 11 was hard up in hi h quick quickdecline i I
I decline Thorowos ThertnYBIlnfinUpolhOlt Infinite pat how in the j jcircumstance I II
circumstance that I ho said only thn other otherday I Ida
I day da I liavo got a bust of o old TOM TOMSATKBH TmlSAnRK
SATKBH loft und I would let it go for fora
I a couplo of sovereign otrei q for I havo hI got gotnothing
nothing not hlng loft loftBui loCIBut
I But frown not hat w fA of the Ih immor immortals immortalll ¬
tals an long lon as IL Fistiana 1ilianl1mlhraU enthralls hn will willlx
lx > ono of its herons
I Wlir by lo thr I h llrnlhrn llrnlhrnFur at hn Ita If IfFr
Fur pnidcntiul and other miftkitnit miftkitniteoitfideratiotH uOkiollloLidlrotioll
eoitfideratiotH we wili formally fJnnall to di diassociate diMorial
associate oiimolviw from rom the ra mh h spirits spiritsthat piril pirilIhat
that exhibit thonuwlvvx uncluiinexl yet yetmost YI1II000t
most of o them a little Ii II 10 Milfcoa cious and andmorn allllmon
morn tluin vwibty ibly a little wared nd Home Homewhere 011I 011Iwhlrt1
where to the right of o this plea in abate abatement alloment ¬
ment I If < woman imitating man Is Isis I Iil
is true tliat not lire nor iron nor tho thowido th thwldo
wido mouthed warn W n4 aro ar deadlier than thantho IhallIhn
tho pin that stain 10111 4 lur hal hat1Non halSon
Non notrum tantas componcro lites litesit
it LS t none of our 1ullrrol Uarrel For this war warwe wurWI
we aro enhted under tho Red Cr CrDid tro troDi1
Did Dr COOK OOIC aUo a lo havo a little touch of ofit DCit
it on Mount McKlnloy McKlnloyIt
It frtrmt m ti u In Ihr III WI Vr t that Otr brrtbr a In Inthr InIh
thr Ih lUnt hrtr b In mind thr III rs r of r thr 11 proUlol lIc1 v > n nand nAnol
and bavin ma nmrd Ihrlr ub ubl4n tanrr In rlntmi rlntmiu
u < vnvr want palrrnal rotrrnmrni f > mikr mikranuthrr mkAnolhr
anuthrr dU1 1I11In Um anil 1 A lco Ir Uirm a part nf I Iu i rr rrlairlniuny
lairlniuny urrnnr u unitl < > 1onfjiti 1onfjitiTh VJItTh
Th conoiituption ol their ti > > otaiicr > in inriotous IIIrlolII
riotous iie liegati all with tinnitnnder III to toth 10II
th II tmt lna1 l States Sla of their Wtn Ve tr > ni land landby Idto
by to Ihr I h original State S 1 prottalilT prottalilTWith prnatolyh
I
With h th > deference due clu th source 1111 > oni onirrnil onrml
rrnil the words of a Supreme 11111I Court nllrt Ju Juticr1 1 1 1tiel
ticr1 tittered in ilrooklyn ilrooklynIf
If a man and nl a wnnan m UU txri I C mamnl tbry tbryikhoiltl Itrbohl
ikhoiltl to alto t It IIln In a rmnniun Arn r w wThis WThi >
This caf alt t adijre 1 jr was scMrcrU nil nilmnnn 011mllnll
mnnn old whcnn ltiver JIrloI ide Drive lulieite lulieitelet IIIiIItIt
let herMlf down on 1 n op > < e d II > n waiting waitingItolneo w3itinvItllllln
Itolneo It WUM us uliiitl > and us a nrntly nrntlydone nullycloll
done as v r UBISFLIU tripped over 1 the thern 1h 1hrnmllt
rn rnmllt tii nt and chmlxMl down the Ih wall all to toth tnh
th h waiting Uniulit and palfrey iMtrotnl iMtrotnltllellloil 10111h
tllellloil h mil of r her untile fathers castle castlel uII uIIIchlllilr
l chlnvar l lrllz1 > r M7ed hy II MJIII Hr ltt > winters wintersif
if f Itucky 1I k MHini 1JIIill tin wimU Inol and KHII 11I lifted liftedfo IIf I Ito
fo hi i Hihlle hJI a niiichtiiuns diuihtr of ofixte r rhln
ixte hln n Miuimer nnd tied i the Ih wilder wilderness wUIrII ¬
ness II A liov 1IIHllti1 and Kir ran nwitv aw from their theirV 1111IT
V w ler 1rH > er huinet hulll tn try I an II exr Titnent
of r a Minnie illlpl life lir in 11111 a Im iill euve a and ncl en endureil II IIltar
dureil ltar it i xii lnii Int a < irame 1111 < n rleuty and andabchts 111nlltllt
abchts nut II < > enlil enlilItllt lel lelIIlIt
Itllt KIVS t r tileIlldlje tileIlldljeImr th 1 1I
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WAV A IT I r orl t i f a brt I fc lf I r l1 > roil roiltil
< til ilr111 hIhllll Ihrlr llir en enWlin
Wlin ill iticli h matters In Ir hirlicned to tothe tnh
the h vuic ic of r a Daniel Ditnel 1mi1t coin coinIKUvellf
t IKUvellf II yel i Daniel Pa II It I etrlnillltl etrlnillltlSIITMK dnirll 1 1IITIc
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alir al11 Vll Oler 1 ttliilli f llllllliee 11I1 illl flliidetls flliidetlsWlilll IIILillIIIII
Wlilll I ll le lieell lefl infctr III r I 1f Ltd 1 Mils Milstled III
11111 tled to I the civil f Klje riTSSKI riTSSKIllflKV lIT lY > I IIf
llflKV If i ll 111 I have Ieetl a for r11 iiflell iiflellJ
J Utleeii 1111 of Sarti and Tpiv xctipint xctipintthe rl io ioIh
the Ih triu < I MtvMtrs tI mnld p rhntn rhntnI 111 111Ilt
I Ilt have l Inlln iii irars nf r ciin IOIIIU < iie il I ruins ruinsli rillhI1
li hI1 in s of r Iat a and liard mid iri i fieg fiegiin iI1III
iin iii tiv v lliMi n Datii l pllllll l nmv nntaiii nntaiiiin mtlletl mtlletlI
I in H tlmt h f rlk IUs oftpu rl tniiLe tif r tilings tilingsliiariinnriiril hilllC hilllCmal
liiariinnriiril mal IIirtl tint wln I > wiiiits iidvire that thatwil IIIlItn
wil i n id MI let 11 n > tire n nl afTair afTairInr lIrJailit
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if III t r troll > < c r mnlne nnln nri llrnadnai liitnlnl liitnlnlIn 11111 11111III
In hr 1 inrillr 1 hrrr Wflllil wr IK at I n the thelni Ih
lni 1 the 1 ht rnln r nilrlnal hmiU honk hn hnlifinmrino II IIn
lifinmrino n n ti lr tor > r imi III IIIin Ollholll1 i i iiiir I
in imlrr 11I1 thrnnlrr h > nf ihr II I xmrn thtt lir lirSKsr 10 I
SKsr VnttK llrrrtnhrr ml 1 r W WI WII I
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BUT ft i < n im j uniianaltr altraettv 1111I r rVI
VI > THnMi imiln r hl drterlinlnn IrfllloI f fI
I la ari hrrr h AMI A ir n all IIlInc tln llrJ llrJn 1
n f < h r t i w fr rn n nintrr n planting Ant Antnt n I Ioinn
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nt f iirfiil r nfnrriAIMn tin Am mI < l lnir hit Ior nf r Htm n j
I a wrltr lIr in tlili 101 mafailn j I
nl Ttitirr T 1It1l 11 v vlieu 4JfIl 4JfIlIII
III SO 10 lieu I Year of can cantrnvemy COIIIII1Y
trnvemy III1Y Urgvly political 1 1lti > IJ liavti Uft in 10I
1 the public hlill mind < 1 abotioc that rrlcet rln rlnami rlMl
ami full in nniinnim to chang IaD In tariff tariffschedules larifftaChd
schedules taChd II I It in I riHnmonly llieve l Ihnt Ihntja lrultI
ja I a ten renr Ira reduction tn rlllh the duty Iul on whent whentwould
I would renult in a ten cent decrease dtCrt in Iho Ihopricn Ih Ihpric
pricn of that commodity and that itn itntransfer
I transfer > r to the free r lil i > t would reduce the theprice th thoC
price > of wheat 73 0 cents a buihel Ir Irit IIlot
it tMlinved lljat frw rrt flour free rr butter butterKK hutl hutlI1l1l1t
> KK meal Uicon It n tnt other ot hr commodities commoditiesnow i inow
now much morn coolly than they were werea wrA
a few yearn ago would mean a return to toth
1 the th price of earlier day 1 or at leant u ureduction IIr
reduction r lut iOIl uf price rll to the lower level levelsupior
supior UIoI > < fi to prevail m ll all other Und UndThe blldTht
The lMIief is it distinctly erroneous < ronI1 but It Itprevails I Ipl1l
prevails pl1l lll and in likely to prevail until untilknowledge unlllkllowltol1t
knowledge lakes luk the I h plao < of ignorance ignoranceland I IIlnd
land of o merepolitlcalii merplil imIRl1lon > ertloti for political politicaleffect
I effect effectJu tfttJu1
Ju Ju1 t now Iho wool 001 and a 11I1 woollen schedule schedulei
in pushed to the front on the theory that
reduction tir removal of the th tariff would wouldenable would1I11hlo
enable u UII all to buy more clothes nnil nnilbetter
better t Ur clothes cJnlh more > blanket and belter belterbLinketii N 1tr
bLinketii bLlnk for nr n fraction of o the th pricee we wenow w wIIbW
now haveto ha v t 0 pu pay People accept I pt ruwert loru loruto 1011Ito
to thia effect mninly because they Ih know so solittle Inlilt
little lilt about wool and woollens A maga maganine maltl1 maltl1rin I I i
nine rin writer assert that the row wool pro1 pro1duced I I
duced yearly in tho Ih United States SIILI is only onlyenough onlyfnoujlth
enough to maknahout one on pound of cloth clothing dolhIne ¬
ing for every pernon in thecountry There Therefore ThnoCoro ¬
fore > thn III argument appear to be that If Ifwn Ifwn
wn wnnt woollen clothing for our liodies liodieswoollen IHldI
woollen blanket for our bexls and woollen j jcwrpetm ilu i
cwrpetm lu for our floors Ono we W must go to toforeign I
foreign markets mark for our mipply of wool I IIt I
lit It is Iron that wo do not produce enough enoughwool nnu h J
wool for 0 our need hut there is I n sequel I
to Ihn Ih story Tho total world mipply of C
wool in HO llmiterl that if tho entire ntlr clip i iwere i
were distributed among mOil Ihoso who wnnt wlntit j
it each ch would get prohuiily somowluit lw lwtluin 111IILn
tluin three poundH The ilemand for forwoollen rnrwoolltJI
woollen goods and the ability to purchuse purchusethem pllrchllIhm
them In thin and other countries hnvo hn hnJrtly j
greatly increanetl in tho Ih InM fewyenw w yroN lln llnworld 1 1worlrl
world mipply lippi of o wool 001 It no greater than j I Iit
it was in 1 11101 Mil the enrlieft dato for which whichthe I
the th figure are immediately at hand ILndIn i iIn 1
In round flRurea 1I thif th country produces producesoneeighth produCtntcoiGhtb
oneeighth and consume onequarter onequarterof on1uarterI
of tho worlds present irool 00 mipply If I I
tho American demand anil draft on the Ih Ihrori
1
foreign rori n product limited in quantity are areincreased 1 1inc1tQ106lI
increased by mison of o n lowering or a j jremovalof I
removalof the th tariff on wool and woollens j jwill I I Iwill
will not foreign rorl prices mpond T11Ip < IIc1 to the law lawof LIoC
of supply and demand and go far ar above abovetheir Aho i iI
their I present levels Such a rwwlt i iprobably ill illprohhl
probably InoTitable Wliether they would wouldafter wolliolanr
after n little time rise rill > to lolh1 the prevent nl Amer American mtr mtrn ¬
ican n level i Is perhaps a question luflOt Ion but an analmost analnlO
almost t Immedlalo Imm t1Ll result rPl llh of fre f wool woolwould
would 1111 l a npetltlon of o the Ih experience experienceunder xptrinltIIndlr
under thn Vil iniomiai bill The num
l > r of sheep in tho country would de decreuw I IIply
creuw tho supply Iply of wool woIin being propor proportlouutely lrolorUlluIly
tlouutely lestened und price pri would bo bojaffectexl I I11l1
jaffectexl 11l1 l Iy > y ilecnnse < wool wo < l supply 1ly It U Uasserted litotertt
asserted that 1110 in the Ih I es than four oU years yearslife y yof
life of the th Wilson Wil on bill under which wool woolwas woolwa
was on II the eI fre tr < li lIt t the I II numlier Iltllnl of o sheep sheepin
in th United States tal decreased dl < rooa1 II 1 jwr jwrcent 1fO 1fOnl
cent nl The official estimate IIIIIA KIOW < io iosheep
> 4111 < > sheep in IMM 11 und MMWOuo in H > 7 7Hie
111 Hie 1 lower the Ih price of wool the th lens I will willhe 11I 11II
I > he number < r of r shei NII tI > > on nieriiin nieriiinfarms II1tr c1I c1Iami
farms ami und raiiRe and the th heavier will 111 be beour h hollr
our demand < 1 on the th limited IltnilIIIIlyuf Mipply of other othercount othrcollnlrl
count collnlrl collnlrlTh rie rieThfro
Thfro Th seems lOll no gmxl HI reason to believe believethai 1lit 1litIhal
thai nven v free frc wool 01 in itself would upncltlr uppr1 uppr1j
j cialily afTe alft < t the th prut rit of our Ir needed anil anildesirol 11111clilllrtldtt4
desirol clilllrtldtt4 articles made in whole hl or in part partof 11ortor
of wool oo In this thi assertion there is I no nopurjxxt
I purjxxt e wuite I11Ifvlr > ver to urce IIr > rrtentlpn of ofthe o oIh
the Ih present schedules 1 11 < 1111 The Th sole I purpose purposeof IlIIrpc IlIIrpco
of o the th comment is to 0 call attention I Irtaill to tocertain
certain rtaill facts and condition Ijcuring on onth II III
th I h iiie 11tlnn tiin Tor r any intelligent cxui cxuifidenition uo uo1Iraiioll
fidenition of tin Ih matter mall I MIIII 11 knowledge knowledgeof k
of f fiiiidaiTieiitj IK ilesimlile It in > WI veil to toknow I Ikll
know kll that the Ih reported i2siii 1 IfIO ii < > i pninili pniniliof lIId
of r wool 1 clipp 11111 < < i in the 11 Initi Slates Stn in iniwn II II1IIr1
iwn KIVH 1 niilv n OHOHW O pound 11111 wh wh11 wh11ollr1 n nwushnl
wushnl and Hcoiirevi to I lrtni t into con condition tondilin ¬
dition for fll use II in mmuff IIILllII alro un < I is well wellloknowthpt 11
loknowthpt 10 knn IIII the h lIIAIII1 iji iioii pounds of nool noolitii 1
itii irted that yeur > hll lu > w > thrtnUaR hrin alt m illwhlll
whlll 11111 lIlIrllllt In IGIJO lIInd
On I hat Iwiis I l the h total world Mipply < if ifwixjl r rIII
wixjl m condition for iimniifjitunng iimniifjitunngpurxisM IIUUlllrjtur np npJlur
purxisM Jlur would l > e 1 es < than lViOi IriOul IriOuloollnI > i ijvoun
jvoun oollnI l or perhaps prha ubotit three pounds PllllnelOIlli
apiece OIlli fur the iiMTtind II an1 wearers oarr of woollen woollenarticles wonll 1I 1Id
articles d li is i well 11 to know knll tliaf II I tipplv tipplvis plIlimit
is limited und it Is I well o rememl rI < I11I > er that thatprice thatril
price ril will after all l > e determined determinedtlie < hy hyh > >
tlie h rebitliil of r Mlpplv IJlI lo detnand The Thelllline Th Thilllrnlu
lllline illlrnlu < llille and the Ih pentiilient results II of ofdownwaril n
downwaril 1 WIlO1i Ill revision rI inli i ur > f the h nmillrn olIocll olIocllIII cehe l
ulett III in i ituorher initter mIII lint it i is i well II not notto nlI
to I eiriect tiHi I iniiitli 11I1 < 11 from rU reduction llIllio or orrrnnvLI
removal uf r the h iirifT on II mw rn 10 woil 111 111f
r f I rai r mm
111s Treiulilliic SlrlMK Tli 111111I rill Hie 11 llaril llarilanil nadI
I anil tIIU Melt Hie II Tjpes Tjpestf TJ TJI
I I rr rrIf
tf If itrn In n thr b dlMant fiturr 1111 it mn ro will willnr WIlln
nr n rr wlthrr h i r rjstim J IO tale 1 Ihr h InrlnUi n nll rharni rharninf tnI
nf I Ihr Ih unr n ilmr I Idilllnf limrrnnr of Trnnr Tnnrlllh
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of r ihrrr Ih lnrr r innrr n nn thr It r rl tvlll 11 Ilr II up upthat I IIh1
that nrw n Mantiattan itarfrr r l tlon 1 of t thr Ih Irnri Irnrilanla n I
> lanla 1 ttAllrnad on ihr Ih trnitnu 1 Mfcr II a hirl hirlat
at AIk irk nf rollr nil Uhal hit I wimlin Iln t a CIKO = 1 old I fah fahlonrd r
lonrd 01 nn n i irm do 1 10 < i ihe h r nmy nwllrhr nwllrhrnd IIh IIhIII
nd how III hr tnrr nn lnd will < t rp 1 nrt tho thooicn 110
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la IDc UC A i > t i n in Hfirit roc Inr r Drrrrnhrr n mtl Mr MrTC I IW
TC r rtvvrriu riloirt I I ri Tol TnIy liir ond 1 Mr IlIh IlIhtlra1 < > rph rphCoora
Coora tlra1 > l hrilp a nrw frrtat 1 v n Mr 1 W II IIThayrr ItTy
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famr itn It th vurrn nf r I nf land n IMI thr I tbortrom tbortromln hoI fS fSII1C
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Dltrr Humble OWermtlorn About Ihe IheRuler l t tRul
Ruler Rul of the nortrt nortrtTotn rlet rletT
Totn T T Km nll run or THIS Hcs HtNSi Sir It mar marhair ma malIa
hair lIa tnken inoou women nttn to make a flguro flgurof
f a < rfert woman In now t Oll but lodar Iod eTerr eTerrwoman Inomn
woman In I perfection as Dr Dudley Ulldl T A Sar Sargent Kareut ¬
gent Intimate In Ihn barbarlo day da of ofl
l 100 oo woman It I true Ir wore WO corsets co that thatpinched IhatInh
pinched Inh d her at 1 Ihn Ih ait but todar no nosuch niluh
such thlnit a a rnrttt makes mate her walat walatlamer all allIrllt
lamer and nt her hirw O smaller mII It ha slmplr slmplrbeen Impl ImpltJn
been brought about by the eierclseof ucl or mind mindover mlnllottr
over matter matterI mall mallI
I am n not no surprised prlSld that Dr fl Sargent aun ha hafound haround
found this to IM I true It U I apparent npJl < rfnt to all allwomen n nnml
women nnd to the th few r men who ho have a1I In Intelligence In1lIlIen ¬
telligence enough left to think that woman womana
a she h atlps 1 alone our Mr rets todar with withher Ith Ithh
her h little hat with lIh Its II tlear little feather featheri futhrhI1
i held Jauntily br a dear littlo pin that puno punolures punoIII
lures III her coiffiirn 0111 on the port J1OrtllllPl sldn anil nd pro projtrude protIII
jtrude tIII intellectually throufh to the th star starhoard
hoard at nn angle of about S decrees lIte 1I Is Isan I Ian
an undentahln picture plctu of mental mcobtaluPfrlorlt mcobtaluPfrlorlthytrlll superiority superiorityphysical
physical perfection and poetic fancr fancrHut
Hut thai woman Is becoming more like Ilkaa
a man I too absurd for words ord She ha hareached huruohd
reached a superior mental position through throughnun
nun u of philosophical and nd logical training trainingMini IralnlnulIl
Mini outed mau IIU from a place hn h never hail hailbrain b1Ihraln
brain enoueh > to fill ant and only onl held on to br brn
n bluff but that Ih she I fa rut t assuming umln < the thophysical the1l
physical 1l > ylcl1 proportion of man I not true Ir
l Hr > r Sargent IIrllnt notwithstanding
DM man erer look Ilkn 1l1i the tb picture I ham
drawn shorn lObo of woman omn1 Did he ever look looklike
like Ilk anything anyway I know kno Ju jU1 t as a soon soona lOOnrou
a you critlcir his appearance a arDtfO he says It ItU
U his h coMiime lO lum but this I III not trim lust lustImaitlnn hllImalelnfl
Imaitlnn him In his hi bathing suit does ha halook htlook
look then as If woman wan t1 becoming mlnll like Ilknhim likehim
him Not ot a hit If hn h look llk like anything
i he h looks Ilka a mud turtle while woman Is a ayonll
poem beyond yonll words as a hn h skips tel alone 1h 1hh1 thn
shelving h1 lrlfr sand clad in her h tear little one
nirce pit suit lAurs J un I n > DKWKLI Jr JrXnw JrI
I Xnw I YOUR y December fJ t tTlie ti
i Tlie Prrlloat Hatpin
I 1 > Tnr Kniitin lIlrll1 or n Tim Tit SexSir If Ifthere ItIh
there Ih enuM bn t a secret It meeting mntlnetor for no man
would 11 dnre In to go to a public one oDIIcallfld oDIIcallfldro called
for ro the h purpose of all lIlh the men who sympa sympathlo m mIon
thlo ion the Ih slyi h with lth the th proportion of otn
a Sfv correspondent for smaller mlI > r and nd lens lensfatal I II
I fatal hnlplns all NVw 00 York nk State ltat with withgalleries wllh111111
galleries bnlconlrs and two WO nl nleer nlc nlcIt
eer It heaeus u lnillt on wouldnt lire apace IIJI < M MInrh
enmiKh to hold tlm tI rejotclnu of naturally naturallynir nalnlImH1i
nir mH1i k ami faint hearted brethren brethrenI
I nm III a eternn uf thn tb civil war a wounded woundedaeen <
aeen 11 times 11m nnd left I for dead at t Hhlloh I Iwaa
I waa a contlne1 On II n I thm IIIf month and fourteen rourttOnIy
diys Iy In Mbby 1lbb PrlMtn and nd I went nl through throughtho
tho Ih Inhnstown hnlnw disaster nnd thn th panic nlc of
llxiT hut annthematlzn anatbm tlz mr optics optl If I was wasinter 1 1r
inter r o thoroughly I scared n when hn I nm nmalongside runnlnc
alongside nlnc ld of on 11 of these Ih women or airU airUthn ItlrlIh
< thn Ih Aumller mII the Ih woman or nlrl the th blgkrr blgkrrthe bllt blltIh
the Ih hut ami n1 hatpin with a three Ih acre ae hat hatanil htand
and s hatpin like Ilk a sword ord Twice I hare harebarely h hloI
barely loI escapxi pd twin tIDIe spitted I nearly uHr lost lostmy lotmy
my left eye y in a West larni car or last Satur Saturitar Mtllrby
itar afternoon I try Ir to ilmige death nt leaat leaatsixteen 1f181tlmu
sixteen time a wrk on an average ara And Andet II IIt
> et t 1 dont darn cIn to lilt y a word d Danger Dangerjumps 111 111JURlI
jumps t t me III everywhere rph My I own dauuli
ter r narrowly mis Ml Ivm Inll a pnrrlcldn last lastnlirli I IWh
nlirli Wh Vhat cowardly slave 1 wn men are areHut ar
Hut I it wi e to I let 1 the II ntimeii 0111 know that thatwn
wn w object to I tirir belnc armed nI If UUUn wn wnwant
want them to t disarm 1I Dm will 11 It uoi be I wiser wiserlo
lo implore mllu them TO wear still 81111Isr larger longer longersharper lonrlulIl
sharper lulIl and ileailllrr Iulll ve 1 oii My I ex exlierieni s sI
lierieni I in is I that the II best wuy It to get CII n woman womanlo 011I01I
lo I do h anything 11111 hili is I in I ask her h not to I do It ItAN IIClUJ
AN = ClUJ II u KAMI KAMINl II A JI JISt
Nl w Vorix IHI tVcemlwr r I IV IIrlln
V Uurltan View 1 1I
1 I In Tilt KIHTIIR hIT or Tun StN Sir oj Many ManyI Ion Ioni
I i women Itn of the t h ithletc It hl type I nre II more 11I11 and andmore
more 1111 > like II man They Th nr A Rood frllons frllonsthey rI1 rI1h
they h knnn nil RIIAh01l about dogs ior u es automo automobiles mtomuloll ¬
biles loll nnil so forth ilinv nre n plensan 01n enough enoughassociates nollha
associates a nnil tliov Ii knou ku n lot I t > erhaps erhapsI
I III tinr mllier IIr desplMi the 11 turn whom they theyI II IIi
I i know L At any IIn rate It they Ih are II scarcely LC the thediiineitfc Ih IhaliI
diiineitfc aliI kind Men nre rather mh nfrald of ofthem IIrht
them ht lU or prefer the I OJ otdrr fashinnr1 girl girlIt
It is I the rl regular rula < thins thlll 10 wre for fn u member 0111I of ofa r ra
a good oHI old 11 Puritan family talflll ii > tnnrry lIIrrTIt or try trylo
lo mnrrv 1110 In a iiietiv 111 lovable nlil lei fashioned fashionedtmd
tmd uj of rirl rl not I in > rieiy ln Inh h descent descentItelerreil 11111To
Itelerreil To l > is H3ti 1131Ir < re tries I tI to keep tllintfs tllintfseen IlIin
een 11 Vrntrts Vrntrtsm nlT nlTJlIal1
JlIal1 m IM l In Muss December In I IToo IToo
Too tjiilrlt Hetnalrer Hetnalrerriu
I till KniTiinur fI THE Sr OIS Sir ii What Whatttm Whl1lIh
ttm Ih u IIr f mixleritini rLllnl the Ih hatpin Mans Manslife lal1
life 101 i illtill III 1111 In Milijrt IIJII lo feminine briitnllty briitnlltyen
en 11 riiin 01 div Ia fur r etntnple 111111 the 110 poei poeii 1
i 1 lleil unnns Lito n fury lll > a woman with within lIh
in iirnlwreii r lln n Miiif r It 111 sti stiin
in n P > i nn l Irnlr Irnlrntaonlal1 > e < ernl er i ii iImaonlan
i
Imaonlan SnrculallnnI Snrculallnn
1 I iMt It Kmror r rr or Tnr SCN Sir Sup
10 > ur he t only unl oriuinnl lIInl Amarnn ma10n had tirtn tirtnimplied II
implied with Ih luitim < Uould nul there Ihr IhrhII1 u ulivitii
livitii tnin III ii ilnv MonxiNdsiriK MonxiNdsiriKof
K r 1111 It Itor
of nar narI r
1 I HI tniitt ClI or TUB Six C ftif Oji No Noiiian
iiian IMII 11I admire ulml our It II ejulnr lIln army morellinii morelliniiI lor 1111I11 1111I11I
I ilo Int I noiilil be I willing to bet he the Ih food foodlru
lru I t to I three lIor irriin of r com that oiin ull hun hundred bllnI ¬
dred I tirrrattrttes 1ITur trmeil with hatpins hlpl can canpit an anI
pit I nil Mi h regulir ltlll to flight in three th min mlnitr
itr nnd 1111 r JI < i erfti n ailil 11 nit nlllh the armies aml In tin tinunrlil I
unrlil hi MM tll11 XVIIIiim Knl I rr t lend them to I
bout ami nd the same 0 thine will III hnppen hnppenttoiildu 1111 1111ullldn
ttoiildu t I 110 lovettsee Vllhelni upagaitiKt npllIathlllnllIr
1 J tilttilllou of SllTrlSrttes SllTrlSrttesj IT
j MKMIT K Wriinr
I I llliiKI TV Derember mlr I Ioinettilnc Ii
i > oinettilnc tor r r Nnthlnr NnthlnrIn Soth In
1 In niK It Km 1 1 Mil rr THE Sr Sir 0 It ItrIII te teferrine
ferrine lo linefs In commiinieiillon alxint alxintfie
fie h s > ifreiilng l1illlC of r wnnan wieldy 11 weapon weaponii Ion IonI
ii is I not ncces irv If fur rll h I r or her 10 girl friends friendsj
j to IMIV 1 lle h or exeti l1lhr tbre dullnrs for rll a hatpin hatpinin hII hIIIn
I in order r I > bne loa it nhlirnvliteil I havn h I Iknoun IImIl1
knoun ii i erfeitlv triMid ileiirtment storn stornto IIIr I Ihu
to clilil hu off fT even 11 lll It tnentvllvl 11111 cent D vu I Irlety 1
rlety rlI liililrntallythn ier < > n who rrcehed
Hi t uneiiieeleil courtesy Hrr remarked that
it is 1 tlm 1 tiiires I < to crtting tlinllmlhlnlf somnlhlng for turIlIutlln I
nothing In Vow > York tint 1 shud ever et etlierierired X
lierierired AVKK AVKKlinHriif sst
linHriif S 1 November in inI r rhl >
hl I the I ling If Milt Irrdlrt Abafii bo in Ibe IbeWIII
Wrairier WrairierTo WIIITo
To iiir KDiTOB Y1 If0 > or 0 TIIF > ri ir I think lak I Ivnt Inl
vnt nl you u my n wrairr t > rrlrtlnn IIn for the Ih wratrirr wratrirrlal wIII r rI
lal I fall I now nu rni n It to yin a < aln In Ihl fall fallI
I ani 1 IIMir 11 litr 101 ahoil 100 It a I biitrhrrnd blllhIII latr a aI
I nuke my I prnilrilm 11111 fron rt > n thr h hoga hc milt I Iprrilrt IpII1
prrilrt a folios 1 Vr arn Ui I bavr b a thort hnrlla hnrllaI wtntrr wtntrra
a iitr I fph and a falrl rtrlv ul upline I would not notail 001AoII
ail AoII < Ir ihr III toil 1 ijrirr lo I 4b cu up too hrally hrallyA hII
A 0 fir thr III irr I dalrr I I wnuld hl adttr hio th IlIen rn that thatn
n in n ihr rp I ihlrU hiI rno nolcb nt tar toJ all practical practicalpiirHtr pcllulI
piirHtr I thr II honld frt biv bivI bI bIr
I limit for rlt our n1l rnldrtl wralnrr and mr motl n tn tnIn n < tw twIn
In Obruntv On the whole ble I Imik for t qultr IU a arofTfurlabl arIIII
rofTfurlabl rIIII trlnlrr C 1 I r ICKXim ICKXimr
r r tllrsiiiHr Innn Nntrmbrr 10 10Crnrrna SIOID
Crnrrna Kvntnrliy OID Kdllnr Kdllnron Edll EdllfIt
fIt > on ihr I llnpktntrMf Ktnufktan KtnufktanUnr 1 tl4 tl4Oa
Unr of our ou r lrrmri m1 innlrmpnrailr Imrnul In an ad adiilnlpc d dlnlrlC
iilnlpc raunfy mtl had a rry ry Inr In rdlbulal < fajr r la t trrU 1w
rrU Wr w know Ln many of thr Ih i IMcalh IMcalhIINI ra raph wrrr wrrriKiillieraii
IINI iKiillieraii 1 > ewe wrolr rulr ihfn h Takr Vin In tirolhrr tirolhrrwr Iolh Iolhw
wr w arr done 1 with th fni n afirr 31 rr nri 1 > m minrr mn mIlfl
inrr n
nittmnt nittmnttrtm Ilfl 111 111f
f trtm fir tljiain W fnn Aljf Aljfthr j
thr 1 b IA who I mind Ihr 11 trtrplinna trtrplinnal Iblll1
l > tiuy a iAn n nr tir tirhr 1
> hr r ha a mnt m ifinlnrtng 1I1lnrlnlln < ronr ronrml
ml n though you yu rnnnnt nnol nnolII rr rrllrr
llrr II fie I IMI 0 fanry ihrrr Ih n frown
t 1 ion tirr I rta lr 1 how ttrnwhrn howW
W hrn II hr h rrmatlx r m and et turn you down
I hr llnr IIn I tuny hyIIII now nowMihmizh
Mihmizh IIII ihr rlrh and WM III and grrat
In i > rr may y tie I wire wireshe or orII
she II I the t onr n who 0 bold our Qq fatA fatAVlihln I
Vlihln a crap wrurr wrurrIn If IfIn
In llrnrr 11 you air Itft ttonr ttonron on
on 0 wnidrr nd J > hy and od hnw hnwUhro II IIIOOD I
Uhro IOOD thfl hit eirlalmaln pladil foaa
TB Uu U bury now
THE XtWJCKSKY SESATOMHIP SESATOMHIPHaw EV4rO HIP HIPRIIIw
Haw Blndlm tp pon n tne l tlatr It ItIII I Ime
me III PrUnarjr V 1To l lTo
To run Tit KOITOR IIITOll or TUB Sox Su Hit Th Theditorial Tbeditorial
editorial article rtlel In Tim Tn 8rs rs of NoretnNir SouUbftrOon 50 50on
on the Senatorial juellon In X Sw w Jer er erwas
was 111 to the U point an1 nd should b b well 11 con conltI ld ldnnl
nnl 1 In nlectln Ietlol < a Senator nalor lo repi nl nlIhn
Ihn Ih people It of the th State In the tb highest leuif leuiflallr Ilfl
lallr bodr of thin country Ihe Ih main thing thinglo
lo be considered 1l < la lh Ihe ntnesa of Ihe man manThe
nlonn that l Iau IauCWJ1OOn u e ea
The Th mere m fact srandln IIt1IlIdJIjl
a penwn who la dnlUrM by b ability bllll and nd train trainIng IrillnInll
Ing to discharge the great dntlea of the I office officeha m mhalt
highest role in such n nprimary 11rimn
ha halt recelred IIs the tb
primary as w Wt hare In Sew Jersey J should shouldnot oIlOlIltInot
not entitle him lo tho 8enalonhU > II IIought 11ollelll
ought not lo follow that Ihe legislature legislaturefor 111111 111111lor
for that reason muet elect l Ct him BJ a matter of ofcourse orcour
course courseIf cour courI
I If we are to hate Senators Seoalollllttltctflflln selected In tnU tnUloote thh100M
loote faahlon the danger becomes ap JI JItint > r rent
tint that men m of Inferior capacity wl wlboulder will willboulc1tr
boulder their way y into Ihe Ih Senat ll tltli tltliho n nwho
who ho are of fine Intellect and nd fitted for such suchpreferment ch chpnrnnent
preferment do nol blow their Ih > lr own trumpet trumpetor
or h hwk wk around petitions fotiM any ny one oneImagine on onImaclne
Imagine an acconiplUheii 1 man like Ilk Iho laUt laUtSenator IAIAmlor
Senator mlor Krellnghuysen circulating m pell0 pell0merely Jl tltlon tltlonmenrly
merely to get his name on a ballot ballotThe ballotThe
The question < lIon that confronts the Ih people peopleof
of New Jersey and It Is onn on that concerns concernsIhe tCIncemIh
Ihe Ih whole country Is I whether we shall hare harea hAIa
a man lo represent I tnt ua u in the Ih Kenate who Is Isenual I IIulw
enual Iulw to the lh high reipon ntnlllbIllUfltI lbllltl < i of the office officeand omCand
and will be a credit to the Ih Stale Is 1 Mr Mar Martine MarUne
tine really quail Quallntd fled for the office he h seeks seeksIf k kU
If nol must legialators who ho never pledged pledgedthemselvea 1I1111cMlhtmlltly
themselvea lo l ot t8 for the th candidate receiv receiving I IIn ¬
ing In Ihe Ih highest blch vote te In the primary take Mr MrMarline tlrrt1n
Marline rt1n and reject men of prored mbllllr mbllllranil abllllYand
and greater llIr uneftilnetta W I IPIBTH U UPaRTII > <
PIBTH AMBOT N J December 1 1Wnmt tWbt
Wnmt rimlnnelrt THInke of JUrtlne JUrtlneTo artlnlTo
To THE EntTon orTiiKSrx flir fi < Intelli Intelligent IntlIIPDt ¬
gent PlatntVld would If called upon rise In a abodr ahody
bodr lo thank Tun TII Hr for Ita editorials editorialsabout IKIltorlahtabout
about lames 101 K Martlne llelajuttthoman llelajuttthomanrou n t jutth man manou
rou ou deacrlto him to be boo only more no He 11 is isgifted Isclrtfld
gifted with thn hPl ability to talk forerer and andsay and1tII
say 1tII nothing Hut when hlO hn b triM to write writemay writmy
may heaven h > a11 have mercy mrcyon on readers Nad and on ontypesetter ontJIfIU
typesetter r If he ever I > r had an Idea Id nobody nobodyla
la hi own town has found It out If he heever h htor
ever tor made a useful effort or suggestion or orerer orner
erer did a useful day ria work ork Plalnfleld Plalnfleldha
ha h never OfI > r discovered It He n wonted lUIt to tonominate tonomloatl
nominate William C Whitney for President Presidentand
and was a red hot llryanlte lln n haa h been beenred bfoonnrd
red hot for anything or anybody that would wouldI
I keep him running for ro office om and enable > him himto himI
to run a small bunch of politicians which whichlm IhlhIlnll
lm Ilnll by b Its manipulation served the purpose purposeof
I of the llepublloan organization organizationMarline < n nMIIllo
Marline la I known nt home a th lhe Great GreatDefeated OtortI
Defeated td but some people suppo > that thatsome tbateom
some of his defeat h bayCt ye been n pretty well wellorganized w1110rnl7
organized d If Hie th Democratic party wants wantsto
to be Ihe donkey itn It enemies ntml believe It to be beIt beIt
It will elect Martlne MartlneA
A floe 011 1 llgure 1I1111 here for or the tb Senate SenateO SeMtt
O t K J Funsaox FunsaoxPiaiNHtui ClIIS O OPIusrlID
PiaiNHtui X J November T >
4 CHRISTMAS APPEAL APPEALMr 4PPF 4PPFI
I Mr 1IlIInKton Italltnatonnoothttks Doolh akl for 4ontrtliu 4ontrtliutlona ontrIIlUtlan
tlona to Iami nllll lies < of Mrn In Prison PrisonTo IHn IHnTo
To THIS EDITOR or TIIK Tn SIS Sir oi Year Yearafter Y YI
after ilr Ir < year tr you u have loa given me m the Ih oppor opportunlty 011 011tunly
I tunlty of brlnelne to the th thoughts and andhearts
hearts of your many readers lIIId the th need of 01110 01110I the theI
I wlesandchlldren f men mllln In prison I have havebeen hL hLi
i been grateful for this Ih chance rhal becuiiM It hus husbrought h hI
I brought to ns n a liberal reapooae rI1 from r many manywho lan lanonly
who only needed to hear tlwi cry or < if th I Irowlnr > r rrowlnif
rowlnif to answer ll quickly llh prnctlcjl prnctlcjldid
did didThe The Th further rUIh I go In rny prison work 010 thn thnmorn tI tImUI
morn do 1 renllre aIl7 that upon thn th innocent innocentI
I falls the th heavlct burden of suffering 0 > f rr rralt r ran
an physical phIIriatlu privations ure > concerned Tlie Tlieinrn It
inrn 1 who inliny are working kIn for til Mule Mulehoweerhanltheirlot 111 111horhardlhlrul
howeerhanltheirlot liaienl f nt len t wilrlntli wilrlntlishelter 4rIl11hIId
shelter foml and clotliing liut they I have haveleft IUI IUII
left I bflhlnd hln1 poverty ridden hltl home There Therei Th Thhn
i we hnxe hn found Impl hu worlnic JlIIIIC utut n1 broken brokenheirtrnl hrllk11h3tl
heirtrnl < mother mOlb whose ho vtrugales tulIl for fI ei eit s
t 1111 tencn are appallingly hard and t little ones onesnh un una
nh are a otlen piMirly I clothed iniuflclently iniuflclentlyfini inunlelntltI
fini and lacking at tht hl glad llId season 11I all the thejoy th
1 joy and nd comforts Hint make 1 Christmas Christmasthe lbIllnlIh
the Ih lonu l < M > ked for III delight Ii II hI of our 1111 happier r
iutle ones onesi 0 0in
i llemg in so cloely tu touch with lIh the prUon prUoner
er no > ve of the Ih Volunteers hllll Irison iciiiriin iciiiriinliimie U111o U111om
liimie m to know linn uf poverty tlmt would nuh l lud
iten from the III world Id for three III uotneii mclI mclItfllll ire irei
i not beggars tfllll fur ur charity ebarh Many ll1n of r them Ih urn urnvery at ati
i very efrepertliitf lrrtllI and 1 they Ihc often siifler siiflerIn nr nrIn
In itenre 1111 e Um > of r hundredi of r homes homesn Itm Itmh
n here h this Christmas there II will II be bo noChrlst noChrlstniao hrtI hrtIilia
niao cheer but urberv III renl hunger 11IH11 cold Id und undmisery d dm
misery m r will 11 I reign unless unl we can tlt step In HI HIthe 11II
the II right tChl moment with lIh gifts to I ImiiNn hIlllh hIlllhnlIIl thee theeenemies
enemies nlIIl of the Ih < hnttna hMnnlld tlde glmlneto glmlnetoXteAhall IIIAln IIIAlnh
XteAhall h hl1 spread no great feast rIIllo to feed It thn thntHHir U Urulnl
tHHir pruinlsciiou rulnl uuuI ly but we do n plan to carry
Christmas hIlm into hundreds of r home rtch rtchCUM I h hlot
CUM U InvestigaleilHud warm clothing will willbe WIUVlrnh1
be niirnhMsetl lo 0 lit ererr child while sro sroi
i eerie dolls and toys h will be I added in thn IhoIkllu
Ilkickliur Ikllu ol r e ery fn rnriMiim nllln hoi W V ul I IIIi o ouif
uif IIi rhlckeiiA h fk fruit vegolables Cll1bl and fuel fuelwhere fu1h
where h ihe Ih need i ill the Ih trrentext and ant In those thoseliomrs th thborn
liomrs born within our perumal reach reachI ah ahI
I May Ia I ni oNk > k your reader adr to I help h In this thisI
I I practical 1 chnnty Any n donations of iloth ilothi I h
i mi 11 toys Ie or nwney IIlfIn mil iII I H > most I scc ptabl ptablThey
11 They should Ije I directed to I Mrs llalliniMoii llalliniMoiii
i llooih Volunteers Iune Trison In l la1 < auue ni West WestTxeniveighlh W WI
Txeniveighlh Mrrei 1 New liork nk city IT
We W nl Ih h it itUtlnotly understood thnl the theVolunteemof lit litolunl
I Volunteemof olunl or America is I n ilajy Incorporated Incorporatedsociety
society 11 that Ihnlllllr our Ixiokii nre properly lIOI tIIIudlt > audited auditedand > d
and an tlmt our treasurer will send d a receipt receipttor cIII
I tor fo every T dollar 110 received h and rill 11I hold a avoucher anubr
voucher for ro every dollar einended This Thisnptmal ThlI
nptmal 1 HIT onlv onl mAnllor nvnn of raising rIII Ihefunris Ihefunrisn
n i iirr for nr rhls wotk olk a I send tn out no nosolcltors nilolrU
I solcltors olrU nor do nc l < eg ac publicly puhl for ro this thisbranch UIIhoInph
branch of r work In the U put > oUi the Ih re iionse iionsehn
hn been generous hut the Ih nerd n hn hnIII
III 1 > lirrn jrrealer Ir than Iha thn II supplv Itopl of
liolp II and our ur hearts have loa often IIrl heen
heavy II with the Ih realization of r what we wehavo
havo had lo leavn I undone 1 confers nr lint lintthis UIUIhle
this year I fncn ta the Ih Christmas Ih wraon wiili wiilianxiety
anxiety and cnn only pray that many hearts heartsamong
among the happy and lortunulo may maytouched
touched by the thought of thesn prl n nhuilowed
huilowed homes and thit they niav help helpus
us to bring m the minnilnx 01 ChrNtim ChrNtimfood
food will lo those who ar not only neeity
but worthy of their yinriitliy nnd help
M i > II liooTtl liooTtlVrw
Vrw OIIK Decimher i iTlie
Tlie Malllne of Kallroail Report ReportTo
To THE DlllTdll or TlIK SfN Sir I KI KImuch
much Interested in Ihn suggestion mndn by byon
on Kllal > eth N 1 correspondent In Till TillSr
Sr of November t that ruilroniN ould ouldsave
save money by not mailing reports to every everytookhnlder
tookhnlder filial undoubtedly thn caoe caoeOur
Our trouble would tie however that tin tinomUsInn
omUsInn of certain stockholders would IM IMseriously
seriously resented ns H large number of ofthn
thn stockholders nf every company Ilite to toreceive
receive and pre erv reports ami a con considerable ¬
siderable numlxr familiarise themselves themselveswith
with the details of annual mMirt mMirtThn
Thn advertising riece nry lo ndvisn all allstockholders
stockholders that reports are ready mid nil nilbe
be sent to them when asked for would w wmuch
much mornet > enlve than the postage iiwl iiwlin
in mailing them at at present for an nihor nihortUement
tUement would ne l to In uii erte < l In rnnny rnnnynewspapers
newspapers In many clvfes in order to rencti renctithe
the entire body of rcattereil stockholders of ofn
n large corporation corporationIt
It would be cheaper and tvnulil Indeed lie liea
a relatively slight ripenie to innll to each eachstockholder
stockholder a postal cnnl ndl lnir him thit thithe
he could have a repor i < m ippllcaUon ippllcaUonV
V HAIIIIHD OrriciAt OrriciAtCnicaoo
Cnicaoo Noyemt > nr tti ttiAn
An Amatr ir nf llrit Indian trrhllrrtarr trrhllrrtarrTo
To tna rmton orTitu sex ir riratiilftil riratiilftilbuilding
building rnuld r mada nf thrrr rnnlcal Inwrr Inwrrforming
forming a trlangtr with an nhliir hexa4onal roof roofIn
In ihe mlddlr I thought of IM whrn I aw thrrr thrrrIndian
Indian < rlwam > nrransrd In a triangle trianglerwona
rwona Dtcrmtvr I T W < i iArrnplanr
Arrnplanr In IIalart IIalartlrnm
lrnm f Ijwlon tltllii Mall MallnMrlnt
nMrlnt mnnoplanr with a 2o horsr powrr powrrCnnmr
Cnnmr motor la In be vent from Ijtndon t lrrli lrrliIn
In ordrr that It may be uei In ronnrrllnn with withwork
work nn an nil ftrkl 11 U und rton < l that ihr ihrmachine
machine l uibermplnyrd bra snrvryorln mak maktnc
tnc an arrlal roind nf Ihr pn > pertl of hit com company
pany panyNrgnttattona
Nrgnttattona arr In rrogre In l rl for fordrpalfhln
drpalfhln an arrnplane tn HnMiri tmrrlra tmrrlrawhrrr
whrrr It Is to h atiarnrd t < i the equipment nf the theiiin 1
iiin yomn a nrw railway It l ralnilateil that thatIn
In marhlnr a mnaovUa iflll pruve lavaruablo lavaruablola
la maklnf curwa
rUHXITVHX SALK SALKVint
Vint Day Auction mt 8M Pl r rThe
The turn of iiSfll230 waj realtx > l t tthe
the > first nternoonn s I of th > Clark Clarkcollection
collection of oM KnKlUh furniture l lseventeenth
seventeenth and eighteftilh eighteftilhyesterday
yesterday nflernoon nt tli American AmericanArt
Art GallerieH Tho hl he it prlce > paid for forulngln
ulngln piecn of furniture wan fOS It Itwas
was an oak dining laldo Iho i irly part of ofof
of llm seventeenth wntury and wrnt to toWilliam
William XV Seaman aclinic ns an MRenl MRenlIn
In Rerierul ROO < prices wero ohtulniil ohtulniilthough
though nothing went at a record figure figureMuhogany
Muhogany tilt tor tallies known as Ihe Ihepl
pl crust tloeiKn and mahoRony clress clresslux
lux mirror of the Jlcpplewhita style stylewere
were popular anil hrotipht Koo J prices pricesJomn
Jomn ploocn that had u tendency lo loKOJ
KOJ lielow the usual llnuro wcro snapped snappedu
u > nuicUIy l y the numerous dealers who whowfro
wfro present A Rroup of kilt mirrors mirrorsof
of Ihn Chippendale etyle wero old at atredHormtilo
redHormtilo flRurcs flRurcsThn
Thn nr yittst intort t WBJI ehown whea wheatho
tho pipce i clocacd In the Flemish period periodworn
worn put up Those dated from the theearly
early part of tho seventeenth century centuryajid
ajid many showed the trace of Spanlah SpanlahInfluenco
Influenco An oak cupboard of thla period periodwhich
which was heavily carved waa sold for forH
H n It was bouRht by n agent Another AnotherKl
Kl mlah oak cuphoard a cabinet In three threepiece
piece with four cupboard and thre thredrawera
drawera and deeply carved went for tne tnelow
low price of J225 J225Mm
Mm Eva B Lut > bought an o k cradla cradlaof
of thn JncolHvm period bearing th data dataof
of I7M for 170 Tho letter 8 ww wwworkM
workM Into th deelzn of the carving carvingft
ft in mipM > iw > d to ha v l en an heirloom heirloomluy
< luy w Walkor wan tho purohaaer of a awnlnut
wnlnut armchair Flemlah stylo for 29n 29nAtnonc
Atnonc tho other chairs of thn FlemUh FlemUhstylo
stylo were Iwo of ltce h Bold for 1130 1130apece
apece > a walnut armohaJr to Hani Fahn Fahnstock
stock for 135 and an oak ohair Knowing KnowingSpanish
Spanish Influoncv to Mra Gllea Whitney Whitneyfor
for t < U UA
A mahogany nofi of tho Empire ftyla ftylaof
of ll ht conntruction waa bought bV bVdealer
dealer for the email num of 1M The Theonly
only other Bofa tlutt waa offered waa of ofOw
Ow same period onti heavily carved and andwaj
waj bought by Mrs S II Loundoa for 1230 1230A
A mHiioKonv chewt of drawern dating datingfrom
from tho third ju rter of the eighteenth eighteenthcentury
century wan wold to Mm W T Gary for ISO ISOand
and a ch rrv nlant t > p deak of oxcollont oxcollontdraiRn
draiRn wtntto J 11 Collet for 130 The TheavernKe
avernKe prico for th mahogany plo plocrunt
crunt tables was near KOO KOOA
A large number of chuiro were put on onwile
wile oariy In tho afu noon They were weremnetly
mnetly odd onefl thono in Mts being held heldfor
for twin today and tomorrow Th ThWimltor
Wimltor Id and arm chair e med to bn bnpopular
popular and brought price from 40 40to
to M M3In
3In > Horbcrt Pratt was the purchaser purchaserof
of ar mahogany armchair of thn Chlppen ChlppendaJe
daJe tyl for 1105 Mm K Gould oecured oecuredn
n mahogany drop Inaf tabln of tho Chippen Chippendale ¬
dale itye for tl lo and at HO a candle utand
if thti lat Shoraton ntyle for 75 75JTCJUHS
JTCJUHS AI AITwo
Two Collections Replace a nailery af afIurnlture
Iurnlture In Maillson Square SquareA
A collection of etchings and enpmv enpmving
ing foniietl by Dr thnrltrt llitchcock of ofthi
thi city and a collection of Jamnewe Jamnewecurve
curve ivuriert and other Onentalia IH IHto
to II IIir chUrg lumber m r rUo
Uo of Novr York wero placed on onjiil
jiil < itiou yeeterdny In thj uppennudt uppennudtj
j gallery of tho American Art inlleriei inllerieiin
in MtdiHon S < unre which had juxt IMMMI IMMMIeuiptii
euiptii < l of old Ktiglinh furniture for tuo tuolir
lir t ilayV wilt ol the Tiffany Studio Studiofunillun
funillun collection that took place dowu dowuDr
Dr Hitchcock collection whluh will willrequire
require two uvcnini for lln sale at auc auction ¬
tion comprise u catalogue lot unit uniti
i include soimi very inlerenling plate by byu
u widu range of artists Thure ury no nolesri
lesri than twenty UembrandU for which whichMr
Mr Carrington in th catalogue given tha thallnrtscli
llnrtscli number IIH well us describing describingihu
ihu ittale condition and rarity of the thet
impression Among the other artist artistaro
t
aro Iireneti Millet in flv flvManet
Manet Muryou in Ore OreJongkimi
Jongkimi Juoiue JaraeU bir birMevrnour
Mevrnour llailen lin twelve example examplei
i Whistler in The LundscaM with th thHorse
Horse first hUte Joya Uollziu For Forituuy
ituuy I Mirer Iaiit > igny in eight print printincluding
including tin Springtime first state stateafter
< after his Salon painting of 1837 now In Intho
tho Louvre CrinkshaiiK Canuletto Jau
1 lloth lJastienLeapig Otto Bacher BacherAlden
Alden Weir ovn and Lucas van Ley den
i Mr liirschbergs collection include b bsiden
siden ivory curving jades omo Oriental Orientalporcelains
porcelains Kurojxun bronzes JapanaAd JapanaAdpotteries
potteries miniatures und miscellaneous miscellaneousobjectri
objectri The bronze Include such aa aau
u group of young women in luithing ooa ooatutne
tutne playing leapfrog a Phryue and andu
u young artist with u portfolio marked markeditemhrandt
itemhrandt under his arm These are areneighbors
neighbors of a miniature entitled Vlo
jrttx a painting on ivory of a young youngl
l woman who present herself garbexl In
I these modest flowers a Jupane iTory iToryI
I carving of a young girl holding a cage cageinto
into which she 1 going to place an In InI
I Keel iind n series of cliarm worn by byNew
New Z uUnd t > origine origineThere
There is a numerous collection of carved carvedivory
ivory netnukes with mich subjvota a an
n midiutinx priott a fisherman rcalln rcallninc
inc on a fiith luick n crow eating a per persimmon ¬
simmon an old wonvtn enjoying an Idle IdleI
I moment and a girl sleeping sleepingThee
Thee collection are to bo sold on
I Monday and Tuesday next tho engrav engravI
I ings m the evening und thn Hirsohberg
I objects m the afternoon until which cinin cininI
I they will M on free exhibition exhibitionlo
lo emenl of Naval Vessel VesselWAMiiijiorov
WAMiiijiorov UIH I Tho suhma suhmarini
rini < tniyling Ilonila Narwluil Halmon HalmonSnapper
Snapper MtiiiKriy and Tarpon and thn thnI
I tender tastine and Severn havo r rrivnl
rivnl l Hampton Houds tho collier collierHatinibil
Hatinibil nt liixton and ihe destroyer destroyerTrillion
Trillion at Snn Diego DiegoThi
Thi cruiser Tacoma liui sailed from fromI
I Port lirnoti for Irislolxil Iho gurihr it itMarietta
Marietta from Illtieflelds for Cuanla Cuanlaiiamo
iiamo tin tiitf Iitapsco from the New NewYork
York Xuvv Yard for Hampton road tru trucruisepi
cruisepi Mt Vtrgtniii Mir > Mand South
1 Dakota tilifornti Iolorado and Ienn Iennsvlvuiii
svlvuiii from Sin Krincisi o for Stti Sttii
i I HICO the cruiser Dixie and the de deslrnyerH
slrnyerH Smith Kluser l inison Ires IresI
I Ion and Held from irenadn for Mnr Mnrlininue
lininue and lh cruiser Moines from frommil
mil for libralmr libralmrI
I la shes iicer or orWASMISlTON
WASMISlTON l > i 1 IlwttuiHlerCieri IlwttuiHlerCieriernl
ernl llitchfok irinotincetl lndiy Ihe nf nfpuitilment
puitilment of liinies J Hritt of North NorthCarolina
Carolina law olJliT in the ofllce of ih ihThird
Third Assistant l viin Hi > r < M ri r l us usTl
Tl ird Assistant IlwItnaHternenenil sue sueceMilng
ceMilng A I lawuhe hi miklnK th thI
I announcement Mr Hilchcocli let it he hej
j known that ii will > ihe pnlicv of Hi
1 Department lo promol men already n nJ
J the servio wher > vir p < sibn ratherthiii ratherthiiiput
put in iiiitriiders for pohlicil reasons reasonsMr
Mr l iwnhe is now living on a ranch in inNVw
NVw Mexico Iieir Iwis Crnces nnd will willmnk
mnk it his future horin Hi lit liting
ing in health healthHl
Hl > i e nf ol < 1 National luard 1nl 1nlforiu
foriu foriuI
I > ec I AttomnyOenernl AttomnyOenernlO
O Mai ley hn given an opinion to Adjl AdjlGen
Gen Verr ck holding that when accu accumulation ¬
mulation of old uniforms of the Xntlotiil Xntlotiilitiiril
< itiiril ire to Iw Mold at unction H r rriiire
riiire < l by law It m sufTlclent rnutlldtlnn rnutlldtlnnof
of thn imiformo to me > t Iho laws demamia
when mien uniformn havn henn rendcre l lobsolete
obsolete by changing unrvicn regulation regulationto
to Hp off tho button and tho Insignia of ofrank
rank carried by uch uniforms

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