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= THE WASHINGTON HERALD SUNDAY NOVEMBER 4 1906 7
DIGGING fitGcffl IN GULEBRA GULEBRAMuch
Much Real Real1 Work ork Being Done Doneon Doneon Doneon
on the Panama Canal CanalHEAT CanalHEAVY CanalHEAVY
HEAVY RAINS CAUSE DELAY DELAYMore DELAY3Iore DELAYMore
More Men N Needed ceded ecled to Make Iake Snbstan Substantial Snbatantial
tial HeadwaYSteens Headrear Stevens Is Good Engineer En Engineer Engineer ¬
gineer but Inefficient in Handling HandlingMen HandlingltlenMucb HandlingMenMuch
Men ltlenMucb Much Expected from Presi Prestdents Presidents Prcsldents ¬
dents Visit YlsltWhnt Visit What Vbat Im Being Done DoneComafUBdmee Doncef DoneCCortsitosdeaee
ComafUBdmee eJ The WMUagMa W a HtntM HtntMPanama H HPaaama HecMPanama
Panama Oct SI IIn In connection oon e tton with withthe withf withthe
f
the Panama Canal the average Ameri Americans Americans Americans ¬
cans interest is confined almost entirely entirelyto
to the question of whether or not any anyactual anyactual anyactual
actual progress te being made in practical practicalconstruction practicalconstruction practicalconstruction
construction The sanitation of the isth isthmus isthA isthmU8 lathThus ¬
Thus is accepted as an accomplished fact factand factand factand
A
and with reason for health conditions in intha Inthe inthe
the Canal Zone are as nearly perfect as asany asanyone asany
any anyone one could desire or expect It is in inthe Inthe inthe
the matter of real dirt moving that we weare weare weare
are all interestedAnswering Interested InterestedAnswering InterestedAn
Answering An werlng then this question of para paramount paramount paramount ¬
mount importance it nay be said by one onewho onewho onewho
who has spent the last ten months on the theisthmus theist theIsthmus
isthmus ist mus that a large amount of actual actualcanal actualcanal actualcanal
canal construction is being carried on ontoday ontoday ontoday
today Culebra Gorgon and Pedro PedroMiguel PedroMiguel PedroMiguel
Miguel are tIM scenes seen of the heaviest heaviestoperations viest
4 operations Although the rains have been beenalmost beenalmost beenalmost
almost incessant lnee since the middle mtcl le of last lastApril lastAptil lastApril
April the steamshovel Meara hovel work has at no notime notime
time entirely ceased To any one oneacquainted oneaequatntect oneacgtatlnted
acquainted with 1th UM nature of oftropical H Htropical atropical
tropical whiter this in ttaU Is Isa Isa Isa
a decided victory particularly inthe in inthe intheace
the theace face of predictions by old isthmus isthmusdwellers l tbmusdwellers Isthmusduellers
dwellers dwellers who with one accord had declared de declared declared ¬
clared canal cualOpera operations OIUI iwpowibfc I during duringthis dultngthts duringthis
this period periodDuring periodDud periodDuring
During Dud S the wet season the newmade newmadeearth newmadarth newmadeearth
earth dumps become so saturated with withrain
4 rain that work upon pea them is at most mosttimes moatUme mosttimes
times out of the question Dirt trains trainsare trabuare trainsare
are constantly being derailed and ditched ditchedon
on account of the ground yielding beneath be beneath beneath ¬
neath their weight At tines tt an entire entireembankment entlftmbankmeftt entireembankment
embankment gives way pitching < a longj longjtrain long 10Dgtrain longtrain
train of damp cars down the hillside I Ihave Iha Iu
u have ha ve talked at night nl ht with a wet and andweary andwary andweary
weary dumptrain engineer woo bad toil toiled toiled toiled ¬
ed in the downpour since S oclock in inthe Inthe Inthe
the morning mo trying to get his train off offthe ofthe offthe
the dumps dum On the first trip out in themorning the themorning themOrDlng
morning his train tra lost the tracks After Afterhours Afterhours Afterhours
hours of labor be would be ready to start startwhen start startw startwhen
when w n at the first jerk of his engine thetracks the thetracks thetracks
tracks would tremble an avalanche a of ofnew ofnew
new ground would leave the ties tlaponded sus suspended euspanded ¬
pended In midair and his plight was Yo re renewed re rehewed renowed ¬
hewed
Work Is Moving JlolnltYet MovingYet MovlnprYet
Yet the struggle atrug has been continued tmedesedweek COIIdIntedP continuedweek
P week after week week and none denies that thatit Uaatit thatit
it has been effective As one ponderous ponderoussteam JHlR peaderosssteam eroa eroasteam
steam shovel followed another bade Dackforth and andforth andforth
forth across s the cut cut tearing tearh and bit1 bit1Ins bit DttIng biting
Ing at its stoney old faa fa the terrible terriblegasbag terriblepshes terriblegashes
gasbag inflicted have ba ve been an inspira inspiration lapIratlon inspiratiea ¬
tion and a st stimulus ulue to the faithful At AtCulebra AtCulebra AtCulebra
Culebra Ute day d y is often ushered in by a aterrittc atrrl aterritle
territtc trrl e cannonading The hills tremble trembleunder tNmhleunder trembleunder
under the shock and windows wtn owa rattle dan dangerously daageroualy dangerously ¬
gerously Presently Pre the thunder ceases ceasesand eeuea eeueaand ceasesand
and a glance at the cut shows n cause causeand ca caand causeand
and result A score of o drillings had hadbeen hadbeen
been made along the ledge 1 in front of ofa ora ofa
a shovel stopped yesterday yn rday by a rock
I WEN SST THE HILLS TREMBLE U I IU I
A Dynamite Blast on the Canal Route
what has been n said above comparatively comparativelya
a very small amount of dirt moving mov1n has hasbeen 11MbHn batbeen
been and is being done Many thousands thousandsof thousa thousaof
of cubic feet f t of earth are dug out outcurled and andcarried andcarried
carried every week but this figure must musti m mbe mustbe
i be increased to millions before any y reason reasonfor ftla30llfor reasonfor
for pride be attached to the th accomplish accomplishment accompilehIMDt accomplishment ¬
ment Not more than 15 1 per per cent of themen the thei the1DeIt
i men employed in the Canal Zone are at ati atork atwork
i work ork in the ditch ditchDry ditelLDr ditchDry
Dry Dr Staten In January JannaryThere JanuaryThere Jannar JannarTbere
There are many good reasons for most mostof mostof
of 0 tile delays that have occurred up to tothe totbe tothe
the present time but these excuses will willnot wUlROt willnot
not hold good much longer If beginning beginningwith beglnmingwith 1 1JUt
with JUt the dry season which starts about aboutJanuary aboutJaauary aboutJanuary
January 1 1 the force employe emplo L actual tctualI 1ctualdirt actualdirt
I dirt moving is k not Increased both in innumbers Innumbers Innumbers
numbers and < efficiency by many hundred hundredper buadftdper hundredper
per cent the best > and moot patient friend friendof trlendof friendof
of the Isthmian Canal Commission will willbe willbe willbe
be left without an arm to defend It The Thecomparatively Theeomparatlmy Thecomparatively
comparatively low efficiency t 1ft ncy of the theJamaican theJamalcan theJamaican
Jamaican negro as a laborer is fully ap appreciated ap appredated appreciated ¬
preciated by the writer of this article as asis asSa asIs
is also the inefficiency in many cases of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the white whit foreman appointed over him himand himand himand
and the almost entire lack of understand understanding U understandfag rftand rftandIn ¬
fag In between the two men But the trouble troublesome troublI troublesome ¬
some labor question q stlen on the isthmus IRhmusfully is isfully Isfully
I fully considered and cannot effect any of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the statements stat nts or opinions expressed ex here
I Rocks in Culebra Cut
bank At dawn they were touched touchednd off offand offand
and nd oh the havoc The face of the hill hillhas hilibas billhas
has been torn to shreds and a landslide landslidestarted JandaUdestarted landslidestarted
started from above But the rocks have havebeen banbeen havebeen
been destroyed and the half human humansteam baateansteam 8 8steam
steam shovel now released munches its itsway Itaway Itsway
way through thr h the debris Noth Nothing less lessthan leathan lessthan
than enthusiasm is inspired at the sight sightof alptof sightof
of one of these machines at work One Onefinds Onefinds Onefinds
finds himself convinced that Culebra Cut Cuthas Cuthas Cuthas
has found its match in the Bucyrtt steam steamshovel ateamshoe1 steamshovel
shovel
Locks Save Digging DiggingThat DiSGlngoThat DiggingThat
That describes operatloae and difficul difficulties dtI11es dtlfieelttes ¬
ties as they are at Culebra CuJ8 r At different differentplaces differentplaces differentplaces
places along alon the line line north as far as Baa BaaObispo BallObispo BaaObispo
Obispo and south to Pedro Miguel X I thesame the thesame th thsama
same thing is repeated save on a smaller smallerscale smallerscale smallerscale
scale Eighty per cent ee t of the digging cU ing of oftbe otthe ofthe
the Panama Canal will be done betweenthese between betweenthese betweenthese
these two lastnamed points covering coveringa
a distance of some twentyfive miles milesFew milesFew milesFew
Few people realise how great reat was the thesaving thesavIng thesaving
saving in labor effected by the adoption adoptionof
of a lock canal in place of one at sea sealevel Mal sealevel
level l vet The main problem has been beenchanged beenchanged beenchanged
changed from one of mammoth excavat excavating excavatIng excavating ¬
ing to one of mammoth dam construction construc construction conatrucUon ¬
tion UonGranUnl
tionGranting Granting the feasibility of the Gatun Gatundam Gatundam Gatundam
dam no reason remains JI1a1ns why the engi engineers engineers ngt ngtneers ¬
neers promise of a completed canal with within withIn within ¬
in eight years should not be fulfilled This Thisprovided Thispro1ded Thisprovided
provided the work be gotten Into full fullswing fullswing fullswing
swing without further delay and kept at atfull attuU atJ
full swing For be it known that despite de despitet pite
J
1
1
Stevens Not Good Bonn BonnIf Do DoIf BonnIf
If the increased activity hoped for is not notforthcoming IIOttortbeolRlagf notforthcoming
forthcoming now that the time for It is isso IsIe Isse
so ripe than the advent of the contractor contractormust co contactormust tractor tractormust
must be welcomed by all The coming eomIathe of ofthe ofthe
the contractor will solve many 111 problems problemsand IObIeMsami problemsand
and save av much embarrasment both on ontbe ORthe onthe
the isthmus and in Washington John F FStevens FStAtveJUl FStevens
Stevens Chief Engineer of the Panama PanamaCanal PanamaCaaal PanamaOtnal
Canal Caaal is an eminent and capable ca tabl engineer engi engineer engineer ¬
neer That is conceded by all who know knowhint knowatm knowhim
hint Mr Stevens is not not however either eitherby eitherby eltherby
by taste tut or qualifications quaJIftca o a capable le exe executor exe executor executor ¬
cutor or manager of men Few men in inpositions IRpomtJoos inpositions
positions to Judge clearly are of different differentopinion dUre dUreop1J differentopinion
opinion op1J on That this is true Is shown and andemphasised aJHtempha andemphasised
emphasised empha by the chief engineer in his hisselection hisselection Idaselection
selection of subordinates to fill imrportantPositions important importantpositions ImportantP
positions P under his supervision supervisionThere supervtalonThere supervisionThere
There is no space here to deal with the thecharacter thecharacter thecharacter
character of these appointments beyond beyondcalling beyondcalUng beyondcalling
calling attention to the offices of the gen general senera general ¬
eral manager mat manager aljer of the Panama Railroad Railroadthe RaIlroadthe Railroadthe
the manager of o the t e commissary and of oftbe orthe ofthe
the Cristobal division engineer en none of ofwhich ofwhich ofwhich
which has a reputation for efficiency that thatwould thatwould thatwould
would retain its incumbent in ofAce of offlee offte4r
flee outside the Itshmus of Panama No Noone Noon Noone
one on can visit the Canal Zone today and andcome andcomf andcome
come away without knowing < that what whatthe whatha whathas
ha has been SAid here is t not only evident tD tDtile tothe
the close observer ob but is common talk talkamong talkanw1g talkamong
among rf classes classesSo classesSo classesSo
So therefore all those desiring a quick quickly qutckh quickly ¬
ly completed d canal view with favor the theletting thelettl theletting
letting lettl of the work by contract Under Underi
i
this plan Mr Stevens would ould act in a apurely aperely apurely
purely engineering eD illoerJr capacity details of se selection se seIecUott selection ¬
lection and management of the personnel personnelthus porsonnoltb personnelthus
thus tb passing out of his control The in interests Int interests ¬
terests t f ts which rejoiced r when Mr r Wallace Wallacewas Wallacewas Vallftcewas
was superseded 8U rwdecI by Mr Stevens would be beequally boequaJly beequally
equally pleased and elated at another anotherchange anotherCbaD anotherchange
change CbaD in the head of the engineering engineeringdepartment Oftllnoerlngdepartment enginoerinhdepartment
department Any change moans more de delay deJa delay ¬
lay Ja and delay Is I the watchword of those thoseforces thoseforces thoseforces
forces which still actively though secretly secret secretly secretly ¬
ly oppose a Panama Canal CanalIt CanaJIt CanalIt
It is to be hoped that President Roose Roosevelts Roosevelt Roosevelts ¬
velts velt coming comt visit vt to the isthmus may mayafford ma maa1rord mayafford
afford him an opportunity to gain more morethan moretun morethan
than a superficial knowledge of conditions conditionsthere condltkmsthere conditionsthere
there Extensive preparations have been beenmade beonmade beenmade
made for his h entertainment Wherever Whereverhe Vtcre r rbe
he goes while In Panama the President Presidentwill Presl6cntWill Prealaontrill
will rill be accompanied by attentive and so soliritkws soUclUoua solicitloua
liritkws officials and unless he takes the thebit thebit thebit
bit in his teeth his source urea of information informationmust InCormatlonmust informationmust
must be purely sad ad exclusively ecluadvel officialsuch official officialsuch officialsuch
such as those of a useful tul critic should shouldnot shouldnot shouldnot
not be beTbe beThe beThe
The construction of the Panama CanalreFresents Canal Canalrepresents Canalprettents
represents the greatest great task of modern moderntimes moderntimes moderntimes
times and all n good Americans rejoice rejoicethat rejoicethat rejoicethat
that its 1 accomplishment rests with them themAlready themAlready themAlready
Already a very important part of the un undertaking undertaking undertaking ¬
dertaking has been and is being beln done doneBut po poBut ne neBut
But a stupendous task still lies affbnd affbndand a1ftadand a ad adand
and It behooves those in authority to re redouble redouble rodouble ¬
double their efforts e < orts toward its fulfillment fulfillmentWe fulfillmentWe ulftUme1tWe
We share the hope of all who understand understandconditions undorstAndconcl1Uotw understandconditions
conditions on the isthmus mus that President PresidentRoosevelts PrcsldentRooeeTflt PresIentRoooevelta
Roosevelts coming visit to Panama may mayresult mayresultSa mayresult
result resultSa m In die utmost good P H HNO IiNO HNO
NO QUARREL WITH TP JAPAN JAPANTo AN ANTo
To Sketch Our Fortification Fortl cntlon In I Xo XoPenal SoPenn NoPenal
Penal Offense OffcnttcThore OnenNCThfJe OffenseThere
There win be no international oomplittioas oompli oompliO3i oomplintioas
O3i ntioas t tons between this country and Japan Japansa JaDtnIS
as IS sa 9 result sult of the arrest in Manila P L Lof I Iof Iof
of a young Japanese Ja nese officer who Had Hadmade hadmade hadmade
made sketches of the fortifications there thereUnlike therelnl1ke thereUnlike
Unlike the continental powers of Europe Europethe Europethe Europethe
the United Gnt States has no law making it a apenal aJ apenal
penal J offense oll for a person to make drawings draw drawing drawtnr ¬
ing tnr of its fortineatkms ortl aUons and while whilediplomatic whilediplomatic hne hnedlp10matk
diplomatic representations repre enttloftS will unques unquotlnnablY unquostinnably unquestionably ¬
tionably be made to Japan and the theJapanese thoJapanese theJapanese
Japanese o officer oftIc cer r deported the matter will willbe willIx willbe
be allowed to drop without reaching a amore amore amore
more serious stage stageIt 1Ita 1ItaIt stageIt
It was 88 explained at the War Val Depart Department Department Department ¬ I
ment yesterday that there is no such suchthing wchthing suchthing
thing as a spy in time of peace White Whiteno Whileno bile bileno
no on OM doubts that the Japanese Jap ncso officer officerwas officerwas officerwas
was in the Philippines sketching fortifi fortifications forllftcattorq fortifications ¬
cations under orders from his government
it 1 ip considered equally certain that thatJapan tootJapan thatJapan
Japan will deny all knowledge of his do domgr doIOAT domgr
mgr and will express the most profound profoundregret profoundrpgret profoundregret
regret that one of her officers should shouldwithout shouldwtt shouldwithout
without wtt t warrant from his government governmenttransgress SovernmenttranBKre8Z governmenttransgress
transgress in such an unfriendly way wa by byattempting byattempting byattempting
attempting to obtain Information as to tothe tothe tothe
the defenses of the Philippines Explanationr Explana Explanations ¬
tions tion of this character under such cir circumstances circumstances circumstances ¬
cumstances are customary and even the
United States in the tb past has been en calledupon called calledupon cullodupon
upon to make mtlke ke them when Its officers have
boon bt < 1 detected in similar acts actsEven actsEven actsEven
Even had the Japanese officer managed mana god
to make his drawings without detection
it is declared at the War Department
there would be practically no objection to
Japan Havlt having 5 this information The
United State Stat proceeds on an entirely cnUrel
Different principle in such matters from
European governments No restrictions restrictionsare
are now placed upon visitors observing Ibscrvln
the fortifications of this country co ntry the
idea being to make them Impregnable and
Just a little better than any other forti ¬
fications in the world worldDENY worldDENY worldDENY
DENY PLAN TO RAISE PAY PAYPennsylvania PAYPennphanla PAYPennsylvania
Pennsylvania OfllclulK Declare Announcement An Announcement n nJtounceJncnt ¬
nouncement was Premature PrematurePhiladelphia PrcmaturePdelphla PrematurePhiladelphia
Philadelphia Nov 3An official state statement statemlftt statement ¬
ment was issued tonight from the office officeof officeot officeof
of President Cassatt of the Pennsylvania
Railroad stating that an article In a amorning amorning amorning
morning newspaper announcing that a 10 10per 10per 10per
per cent increase would be granted Its Itsemployes Itsemployes itsemployee
employes on January 1 Is very mislead ¬
lag ingNo I
No sack Increase IftC baa been decided upon
and if any Is made it will be of a horl ¬
zontal character designed merely as a
readjustment N No date for putting the
readjustment into effect has been decided
on however howeverEmployes howeverEmployes howeverEnipioyes
Employes and the public will bo noti ¬
lied at once whenever any action is de ¬
cided upon uponPennsylvania uponPcnnllJhnnln uponPennsylvania
Pennsylvania Railroad Winter Ulnt Ex Excnrslon Rxcurslon Excursion
cnrslon Book BooleThe BookThe BookThe
The Pennsylvania Railroad Company
has Just issued its annual book of Winter
Excursions It contains 200 00 pages In iwhich
which routes and rates to all the winter
resorts of o the East South and West are
given together with the attractions of ofhotels80118
hotels80118 the resorts and lists Sta or ° f the principal prlndPalThe
hotels hotel8The hotelsThe
The work is well illustrated by repre ¬
sentative views including a 11 number of ofCalifornia
typical scenes I In LFiorida Iorldo and Soulhern Sou kern
California the most popular sections dur ¬
ing ln the winter season
Those
Those e contemolatta contemplatinto contemplating a midwinter trIp
to warmer dli dlition Climes will find the publica
tion a valuable aid In selecting a desir desirable desir desirable desirable ¬
able resort resortCopies resortCopies 4 4Copies
Copies may t be e obtained free of charge
of any Pennsylvania Railroad ticket
agent
Herald Want Ada Adswill Adawill Adawill
will be received by McChesney S Joachim
druggists 2d d and E sts net ne
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TURN TuRN ithi ON LIBERALS LIBERALSLondon LffiERALSLonlon LIBERALSc1on
London fan c1on Borough Bolen h Electors ElectorsEebuke ElectorsRebule
Rebuke RebukeMEANS T Their Policy PolicyMEANS PolicyMEANS
MEANS UNIONIST AWAKENINGModerates AWAKENING AWAKENINGModerates AWAKENINGIoderntcs
Moderates Al Alllo o Secure Sweeping SweepingVictorieK SweepingVietorlellin SweepingVictories
Victories Vietorlellin In Lancashire Black Blackburn Blnclcburn Blackburn ¬
burn antI Liverpool LhcrpooITJal10rSoclalbt Liverpool TmliorSoclnl TmliorSoclnlJ
bt J t Candidates Everywhere SUM SUMtaln SU SUtnln Sustain
taln Serious Setback in Elections ElectionsLondon EletloltllLondon Elc tionn tionnLondon
London Nov No 3 CThe The sweeping nature natureof natureor natureof
of the Moderates victory in the London Londonborough LondonbOrough Londonborough
borough bOrough elections is In itself Itsel sufficient sufficientto
to arouse general interest even here In Inthat Inthat inthat
that very ery neglected quantity quanUtymunlclptll quanUtymunlclptllltlesbut quantitymunicipalpolitiesbut municipal municipalpolitics
politics politiesbut ltlesbut but the elections which have just justclosed justclosed justclosed
closed are accorded peculiar importance importanceinasmuch ImportonceInasmuch ImportanceInasmuch
inasmuch as the Unionists generally generallyclaim gencrnJIyclaim generallyclaim
claim that they show the clearest signs signsof signsor signsof
of a Unionist awakening in many parts partsof p partsof rts rtsor
of the country countryTo oountryTo countryTo
To appreciate the extent of the sweep sweeping SWC8PIng sweeping ¬
ing change in London a few figures will willbo willbe willbe
be necessary Three years ago with a aUnionist aCnlonlst aUnionist
Unionist government gO rnment in power and with withLondon withLondon withLondon
London represented repre ented in the House of Com Commons Commons Commons ¬
mons almost entirely by b Unionists out outof outof outof
of twentyeight London boroughs seven seventeen seventeen seventeen ¬
teen turned Progressive ProJres lv or Liberals for forthe forthe forthe
the elections run pn party lines linesDcacrt JInesDeICcrt linesDesert
Desert Liberal Party Part Generally GenerallyToday GCJlcrabToday GenerallyToday
Today with the Liberal party newly newlyarrived newl newlarrIved newlyarrived
arrived in power and unprecedented unprecedentedstrength uoJCecedentedetrensth unprecedentedstrength
strength out of Londons twentyeight twentyeightboroughs twenteJgJttborough twentyeightboroughs
boroughs only two certainly certalnl and one onedoubtfully onedoubtfUlly onedoubtfully
doubtfully remain to the Liberals In a afew afew afew
few others they the farm a reapoetabla minority mi minority mlnorlt ¬
nority norlt in most they have practically practicallyceased praeticallyas practicallyceased
ceased as to BeastEast Beast accisiEast eoctstEft
East Eft t Wewt est North N rtb and South all tell Ullthe tellthe tailthe
the same story 017 rhe poor and rich populations populations popu populations ¬
lations the lMMi buebt buelneee M and leisure classes elaseealike cIa cIaalike classesalike
alike have abandoned a the Liberal party partyin parQIn partIn
in these e elections In the borough elettions elec elections e1eetlon ¬
tions in the provinces there Uter were similar similarresults similarr similarresults
results r > In Lancashire the conservative conserva conservative eonserntlve ¬
tive Catholic vote ot combined with the theslstance as assistance assistance ¬
sistance of many Liberal churchmen churchmenswept churchmen5wept churchmenswept
swept the polls on the education question questionIn qU08cloIn
In Liverpool Blackburn and nearly all allthe a1lthe allthe
the Lancashire towns there were ero Union Unionist UnfenI Unionist ¬
ist I t gain gainLabor salnLnbor gains gainsLabor
Labor Candidates Get Setback SetbackThe Set1JaclThe SetbackThe
The labor candidates everywhere suf suffered suffered f fred ¬
fered red a decided set t back and it seems seemscertain HelMcartalR seemscertain
certain that la many places es the Liberals Liberalshave LlberaJhave Liberalshave
have combined eem with the Unionists Unionistsagainst Unionistsagainst ts tsagalut
against the Labor Socialist candidates candidatesLondons can candidatesLondons ldata ldataLondons
Londons protest prototfndeed W1Mleed Ind ed teems certainly certainlyto
to have been made against apJ what the themunicipal themunicipal themunicipal
municipal reformers as the UnlonkatAloderates Unfonist UnfonistModerates VnfonhitModfOrates
Moderates now style themselves t ve call callmunicipal caJlmunicipal callmunicipal
municipal socialism er r communism ei umanlsm 8m The Thedevotees TIwdcvottes Thedevotees
devotees of this principle have ruled ruledLondon ruledLondon ruledLondon
London for yean yea spending the taxpayers taxpay taxpayers taxpayers ¬
ers ers mon y in prodigal extravagance extravagancewhite extraftlncwhile extravagancewhile
while their fellows in Parliament bave baveshown baveshown haveshown <
shown corresponding parsimony in matters mat matters t ttora ¬
ters of imperial expenditures expendituresThe expencUtureThe expendituresThe
The Unionists are now loudly esprit espriting expr expressing M MIng
ing the hope that the House of Lords win winkeep wlttkeep willkeep
keep a stiff urr upper Up over the education educationbill eclueaUonbill educationbill
bill and in the face of the declaration of ofchancellor oCchRnceIr ofchancellor
chancellor of o the exchequer that the gov goyeminent governntent government
eminent would old remain firm on the edu education edunation edu education ¬
cation bill force o the government either etc to todrop todrop todrop
drop the bill or appeal to UM country countryCHUECH aountryCHUROH countryCHURCH
CHURCH FORFEITS 80000000 80000000Catholic 80000000CnthoJlc 80000000Catholic
Catholic Property In France to Be BeTaken DcTaken BeTaken
Taken Over br the State StateParte StntcPAl18 StateParis
Paris PAl18 Nev 3 3 3The The minister of public abBehtrueUon publicinstruction pttbticInstruction
Instruction and wad JC K Bdand to today leday isday ¬
day announced in an authorized Inter laierview Jaterylow Interview
view that the government t did not rfr4 rfr4the regnrdthe rd rdthe
the Catholic Church as being In m revolt revoltagainst rOftItagahast revoltagainst
against the law a w providing for the separa separation Hparalion aeperadon ¬
lion of the church and state tate or against againstthe agatutthe againstthe
the state stateThe uteTbe stateThe
The Catholic Church having simply de declined de deeUnoo declined ¬
clined to tak take advantage of Its privilege privilegeunder prtvtleseunder pdvtegeunder
under the law 1a as the t e other religions did didon didon didon
on December D emf U would forfeit its MMXH II000 II000o00
000 of property and thereafter would w live liveunder Jiveunder lireunder
under the common law lawThere lawThere lawThere
There would be neither martyrdom rtrdom nor norpersecution norpersecution norpersecution
persecution of the faithful The churches churchesas
as state and community property would wouldremain wouldremAIn wouldremain
remain open for Catholic worship The Theobject Theobject Theobject
object for which the Republican party in inFrance InFrance InFrance
France had struggled stru gted for thirty thlrt years the theminister themlp theminister
minister mlp ter said had been achieved achievedThe achievedThe
The concordat was as at an end the state statewould stateWould statewould
would no longer contribute to the support supportor supportof
of any religion r glon and priests rl U1 would no nolonger nolonger nolonger
longer enjoy enJo privileges prh1Ieg In both their theirduties theirduties
duties and obligations they would be on onan on8n onan
an equality with other citizens In oUter ottierwords oUterwords outerwords
words the state was as at least neutral to toward trd toward ¬
ward rd all religions and would permit the theexercise theeterclse theexercise
exercise of all of them with 1th special specialfavors IJpecialavors specialfavors
favors avors to none noneNURSES noneNURSES noneNURSES
NURSES BARRED FROM DANCES DANCESMilitary DANOESnhtar DANCESMilitary
Military Military nhtar Hospital o pital Employe CK May MayAttend Mayattend In InAttend
Attend Operas and nnt Theaters TheatersLondon TheatersLondon
I ILondon
London Nov No 3 3In In the intervals of ofbard the thehard the thehard
hard task of reforming the British army armySecretary arlll7Secretary armySecretary
Secretary of War Haldane had to settle settlethe setUthe settlethe
the question whether the nurses at the theNetley theNeUer theNetley
Netley Military Hospital may go to todances todanees todances
dances The champion of the nurses in inthe inthe inthe
the House e ef Commons asked ask why wh mill military mlUtary milltary ¬
tary nurses should be on a different foot footing footIng footing ¬
ing in regard to amusement from offi officers omcers officers
cers cersArter
cersAfter
After due thought and a consideration considerationMinister cODSlderationMinister considerationMinister
Minister Haldane came to the conclusion conclusionthat conelu eonclustonthat lon lont
that t at occasional attendance at operas operastheaters operastheaters operastheaters
theaters and such like is not Incompati Incompatible incomPRtIbte incompatible ¬
ble to the performance of duty of the thenurses thenurses thenurses
nurses but the late hours involved in inballs Inbolls inballs
balls and dances incapacitated fHem fHemfrom tnem tnemfrom em emfrom
from giving full attention atte tlon to their pa patients patients ¬
tients tientsThe tlentsThe tientsThe
The day da after he announced this conclusion con conclusion eoncluslon ¬
clusion in reply to a further question Mr MrHAldine MrHdldine r rHtlldlne
HAldine confessed that the weight of ofauthority ofauthority ofauthority
authority of an experienced matron ahemhe whom whomhe Whomhe
he had consulted con ulted had prevailed over his hisnatural hi hinatuml hisnatural
natural instincts instinctsWANT in8UnctsWANT instinctsWANT
WANT BURGESS RECALLED RECALLEDHis
His III Remark Derogatory of Monroe MonroeDoctrine JfonroeDoctrlnc MonroeDoctrine
Doctrine Aron Arouses es Americans AmericansBerlin AmcrlcanBerlIn AmericansBerlin
Berlin Nov 3 3An An agitation is on foot footin footIn footin
in the American colony with a view Jew of so socuring s scurln socuring
curing curln the recall of Prof Burgess who is isdelivering 18deliverIng isdelivering
delivering lectures in the Berlin University Uni University University ¬
versity under the plan of exchange of ofAmerican otAmerican ofAmerican
American and German professors The Theagitaton TheagItalon Theagitaton
agitaton is owing to the indIgnationamused indignation indignationaroused Indignationaroused
aroused by the remark in tho opening lec lecture lecture lea leature ¬
ture of Prof Burgess that the Monroe MonroeDoctrine MonroeDoctrine MonroeDoctrine
Doctrine was s superannuated superannuatedCablegrams superannuatedCnblegrams superannuatedCablegrams
Cablegrams have been sent to Soerotary Secre Secretary Socrotan ¬
tary of Stntc Root asserting that the re remark re remark remark ¬
mark of Prof Burgess has worked and nndwill ftmlwill andwill
will work Irreparable injury to the United UnitedStates UnitedStates UnitedStates
States and is likely to seriously trouble troublethe troublethe troublethe
the friendly relations of America and andGermany andGerman andGermany
Germany GermanyIt German GermanIt
It had been arranged that Prof Burgess Burgessshould Burgessshould Burgessshould
should deliver the oration at Thanksgiv Thanksgiving ThanksgivIng Thanksgiving ¬
ing dinner on November 30 but as the thefeeling thefeeling thefeeling
feeling against him is so strong and as asthe asthe asthe
the dinner is under the official auspices auspicesof auspicesof usplcesof
of Ambassador White and Consul Gen General Genral General ¬
eral ral Mason M iion this arrangement had been beencaired beencaned beencalled
caned on onThe orT orTTht offThe
The > belief is expressed in some quarters quartersthat qurtersthat quartersthat
that if Prof Pro Burgess Bur ess remains in Berlin he hewill hewlU hewill
will be socially IroclaJl ostracised during the thecoming thecoming thecoming
coming winter winterBijrcenl wInterDIItJeKt winterBiggest
Biggest Battle Ship for Japan JapanLondon JnpanLondon JapanLondon
London Nov 8 IThe The Dally Telegraph Telegraphsays T Telegraphsays legrnph
says s says 1s It is reported that Japan Jdpanhas hag de
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tided to begin the construction of a bat battle batt battie ¬
tie t Ie ship exceeding the displacement of ofthe titthe ofthe
the Dreadnaught by 3000 tons ton tonSUES tonsSUES j jSUES
SUES AUSTRALIAN ARCHDUKE ARCHDUKEFuture AROHDUKEJ ARCHDUKEFuture
Future J uture Emperor Cited to 0 Defend DefumlCivil DeCcntlChn DefendCivil
Civil Snit in Court of Home HomeRome nomcRome ltomeRome
Rome Rome Nov 1 ITIM The future tot Emperor of ofAustria orAustrlll ofAvstrbt
Austria Archduke Francis Ferdinand of ofSste etJrMte ofEste
Sste has beta cited to appear m In the theRoman UteR theRoman
Roman R law courts t on OftDeeember December 12 in inconnection IIIconnection Inconnection
connection with wt l the famous villa dEste dEsteat dEateat e eat
at Tlvott built in the middle of the six stxteanth atxt sixteeath
teanth t e lh century by Cardinal dBete d te the theson Uteot theson
son of Locretia Borgia BorgiaDuring BorxtLDurin BorglaDuring
During Durin the succeeding centuries the thesplendid tbeplendkl thesplendid
splendid yUle was allowed to fall into intopartial iDtopardal Intopartial
partial rate In 1M Cardinal HoheaJoe Hobenloestruck HoheaJoestruck HobeDJoenet
struck net by I list m beauty and magnificence ob obthe ob obtabled obtained
tabled penaledos from the then owner OWMIthe ownerthe
the last la Duke of Modena to toundertook use the villa riIIabe villaas
as lout as be Ifftd lived Oft utoa that he heundertook heundertook
undertook to pay the expense of repair repairIng repairIn repairlag
lag < and maintaining it itIt ItIt It ItIt
It cost the cardinal about ElMM m 1MM and andwhen amiwhen andwhen
when the JXike uke k of Modena tried to sell the theestate theetate theestate
estate I I ia vas agreed that a third of the theprice tMprice theprice
price should abo ld go to the cardinal to retail retailburse rebaburse r be beburse
burse him for his expenditures The villa vfflahowever YDIahowev villahowever
however howev r was not sold The cardinal hi hidead 18dead Isdead
dead and his heir hi snia suing the archduke archdukewho archdukewho
who has 1va inherited the villa TIll for arcJtchakej the tiler sum sumOf sussof
Of r jilt 212PUTS 12910 12910PUTS at0 at0PUTS
PUTS POSER TO SCIENTISTS SCIENTISTSLongevity SOIENTISTSLOhJelt SCIENTISTSLougevlty
Longevity LOhJelt Hisnest Where Ph ere Leant At Attention Attention Attention ¬
tention In Paid to Hygiene HyclcneLondon n HygieneLondon lene lenelo
London Nov SA writer In an after afternoon attelMOB afternon ¬
noon paper asks experts on sanitation nltatloA to txplaJn toexplain i iexplain
explain why longevity to Europe reaches reaebMtbe reachesthe i ithe
the highest point in countries which w pay paythe paJtile paythe
the least attention to hygiene hygieneToo h hThe hygieneThe
The highest percentage percellta e of centenarians centenarianste eea eeaIrs
te found DOt in Great Britain Brttabaor Germany Germanyor
or Switaae Switzerland ttHttncI land but in the Balkan States StatesBulgaria BtateeBu1prta OtateaBulgaria
Bulgaria loads with a total of MM out outof outof outof
of a popttistton of LIIO MKMW 000 Rotnnania Ro a sad sadServta aDdSerrla andSecvba
Servta have 1967 U 1 between them ue while wbfleFrance wbllelrIUMe whileFrance
France can only produce US 211 Gnat Brit Britain Britala Brltala ¬
ala lit Ill Germany 55 55 and Swttaertand S rtaD4 not notone notone notone
one oneTaking Taking < account Dt of the part and aMlllMeDt aMlllMeDth andpreuenthistory present presenthistory
history h of the Balkan territories t one can eaahardly eanMIlT canhardly
hardly MIlT attribute the longevity to the theplacid thepladd theplacid
placid life they lead leadLONDON leadLONDON leadLONDON
LONDON CROWDS CURIOUS CUBIOUSRare CURIOUSRare
Rare Sight of Woman oman Having HaIII Shoes ShoesSlilncd ShoesShined
Shined Block lool H Traffic TrafficLondon TraficLondon
London Nov JA I A good example of how howanything howaythtac hewanything
anything that is slightly removed from fromthe fromthe fromthe
the normal at will sufltae to draw a crowd crowdoccurred crowdoccurred
occurred on Fleet street reet yesterday yesterdayAt
At a busy hour of the day a crowd be began ft began ¬
gan to collect which soon grew to such suchhuge suchhuge
huge dimensions dlnum dtnipmlots that the sidewalk was wascompletely wascompletely 85 85comJJleteJ
completely blocked and the people over overflowed overItowed overflowed ¬
flowed into the roadway The police had hadto badto hadto
to interfere vigorously to prevent traffic trafficfrom traftlefrom trafficfrom
from being completely blocked in this thisiln thismain thismain
main iln artery which connects CODIIeC the city with withthe withthe withthe
the West e8t Bud BudThe BAdThe EndThe
The cause of the strange stJa gathering ptlterl was wassimply wustmpl wassimply
simply stmpl a wont having her shoes pol polished polbed potlahed ¬
ished bed It should be added that there was wasnothing wasItOthtag wasriething
nothing in the slightest degree uncom uncommon uncommon uncommon ¬
mon in the appearance of the woman womanTREATY womanTREATY oman omanTREATY
TREATY TEXT IS ISSUED ISSUEDProvide1 ISSUEDIroltlcC ISSUEDProvides
Provides for the Survey Snre of Alaskan AlaitkanCaiiadinn AlaskanCanadian 1nl nn nnCnnndJnn
Canadian Boundary BoundaryLondon Ioundnr IoundnrLondon BoundaryLondon
London Nov 8 JThe The text of the Alaskan Alas Alaskan Alaskan ¬
kan boundary 1 convention between wee Great GreatBritain GreatBritain GreatBritain
Britain and the United States Stat which was wassigned wasstped wasshined
signed at Washington R was Issued here heretonight fttonfgbt heretonight
tonight tonightThe tonfgbtThe tonightThe
The treaty referred to in the above abovecable I0gecable abovecable
cable was 88 signed in this city on April a 1 11JOO
1900 it was ratified April Aprtl and made madepublic madepublic madepublic
public the day following tollo1 It provides for forthe tortbe forthe
the survey of the AlaskanCanadian AlaskanCanadianboundary Ja aIlCaaadtanboundary AlaskaaaCanadianboundary
boundary along the Hist meridian of ofwest ofWest ofwest
west longitude longitudeDO JongthM1eDO longitudeDO
DO HONOR TO MIKADOEmperors MIKADO MIKADOEmperorH MIKADOEmpcror
Emperors Fiftyfifth Utllrth Birthday DlrtJula Cele Celebrated CeleIJrnted Celebrated ¬
brated with Brilliant Function FunctionTokyo FunctionTokyo FutnetionTokyo
Tokyo Nov 8 ITbe The Emperors fifty fiftyfifth fiftyftth fiftyMth
fifth birthday was celebrated today in inan inan inan
an appropriate manner The weather was wasdelightful Willidelightful wasdelightful
delightful His majesty who was evi evidently e evidently i identJy ¬
dently in excellent health and spirits at attendod a attended t ttendod
tendod the usual military mill tar review at noonand noon noonand noonand
and a banquet at the palace In the even evening eVEnIng evening ¬
ing At the latter latt r function Luke E EWright EWrlght EWright
Wright the tb American Am riea l Ambassador and andthe andthe andthe
the doan of the diplomatic corps made madea
a congratulatory address to the throne throneThere throneThere throneThere
There was a birthday ball later in theevening the theevening throcnlng
evening at the official residence of Vis Viscount Viscount Viscount ¬
count Hayashi he minister of foreign foreignaffairs forilgntCalrs foreignaffairs
affairs affairsThis affairsThis tCalrsThis
This was a brilliant function It was wasattended wasattended wasattended
attended by 2000 OO leading lead Ins Japanese and andThe andThe andThe
The mortality from rom snake bites decreas decreased detrfSed decreased ¬
ed from 21S80 in the preceding year ar to to21ii to21i0i
21757 Iot I t year yearStandard yearSthndardSewingMachines > ar arStandard
Standard SthndardSewingMachines SthndardSewingMachinesAre Sewing Machines Machines4fSjr MachinesAre
4fSjr Are always up uptodate uptodate uptodate
todate in every everyi everyimp
i imp m p r ovement ovementand ovementand ovementand
and constantly constantlykeep constantlykeep constantlykeep
keep in front frontof trontof frontof
of the quality qualityprocession qualityprocession qualityprocession
procession processionSold processionSold processionSold
Sold on easymonthly easy easyi sy symonthl
i monthly monthl p pay payments payments y yments
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Mens Overcoats 10 1 0 to 35 35Boys 35Boys9 35oys9
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foreign resident This was the largest largestgathering largestptberlng largestgathering
gathering of the kind since the close of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the Rusoo RU8IIOJaPltne Japanese e war wllrCANOELS warCANCELS j jCANCELS
CANCELS MLDVALE MIDV ALE CONTRACT CONTRACTItaly CONTRAOTItal CONTRACTItaly
Italy Ital Will Vii Have Armor Plate for forDnttlc forDnttlc forBattle
Dnttlc Ship Made In EuropeRCJII EuropeRome Europe EuropeRome
Rome e Nov JL IAlarmed Alarmed by tbe storm stormof sWrmof stormof
of protests prot against a the letting of a con contract contract contract ¬
tract to the MHvalo Steel Company of ofPhiladelphia ofPlalJMelh ofPhiladelphia
Philadelphia for armor plate for the theItalian theJtaHan theItalian
Italian navy VJ the ministry of marine has hasdecided hadeeWed hasdecided
decided to cancel the agreement agreementBeside agreementBesides reemeat reemeatBMIdIs
Beside the popular outcry the ministry ministrywaa mb stryembal13Ued ministrywars
wars embarrassed by threats of litigationby litigation litigationby JltJgattGnJasr
by the Krapps Krup w who accuse the Midvalo MidvaloCompany MldftJeCoaQIiaDy MidvaleCompany
Company of trtIItJI infringing on their patents patentsThe pattsThe patentsThe
The contract will probably probe be let to tothe tothe tothe
the Italian Iron Works Company at atlernL atIenaL atbent
bent The Italian concern eo however Iaowevera1d is issaid issaid
said to be In no position tJon actually to furatsh fur ferateh furn
ateh n the plates which wilt in all proba probability proMblHt probaasuty ¬
bility blHt > come from the Krupps KruppsAUTOS KruPPLAUTOS KruppsAUTOS
AUTOS KILL FOUR IN n LONDON LONDONFew LONDONPew LONDONFew
Few Accident In Metropolis Due to toMotor toJlotor toMotor
Motor Vehicles VehiclesLondon VchlclcsLoaIoa VehiclesLondon
London LoaIoa Nov N 3 3TIM The horn home secretary secretaryhas HOletarya secretaryhas
has issued a statement showing sbow that the thenumber tileber thenumber
number ber of addents caused by vehicle vehiclewithin vehldlltWithin vehicleswithin
within the metropolitan JIMtJopOII police district districtin dMtrletta
in September Septe tbfr was Zt JOSC 1 > L These accidents accidentsIncluded accWUtsIuded accidentsIncluded
Included Iuded all of which the police have havetaken untakfn havetaken
taken notice Personal injury resulted resultedIn re ultedIn
In Mi cases ea la this ease aft of the accidents ac accidents ac accldeDu ¬
cidents were caused by aotomobilee aotomobileemotor aetomobiiesmotor CIIIBObtIes CIIIBObtIesIDOtOr
motor omnibuses OID tbllea and motor cycles Jea while whileout wIdIeout whileout
out a fit M fatalities e motor y vehicles were wereresponsible weretor wereresponsible
responsible for 4 4POPE 4 4POPE 1POPE
POPE SEES SAXONYS RULER RULERDisposition RULERDbp01dtlOll RULERDisposition
Disposition of Crown Princess PrincessLonfocff PrlnCCfis10nLes PrlaacessLouLseR
Lonfocff Children In DIKcmuedRome Discussed DiHcusnedBorne DiscussedRome
Rome Nor 1 IThe The Pope today t gave a a akma aloa along
loa private audience to o the King of Sax Saxony Saxony Saxony ¬
ony and his bride Mary Immaculata Immaculata of ofBourbon ofBourbon ofBourbon
Bourbon The marriage troubles of the theKing theKine theKing
King of Saxony were discussed dlR and his hisholiness hisboltneel hisholiness
holiness evinced considerable interest inthe In hithe Inthe
the fate of Monica PU the youngest youngestdaughter youngestdaughter unbelit unbelitter
daughter ter of c the Crown Princess Louise Loufeetbe Louisethe Louisethe
the Kings Ip former wife The Pope said saidthat saidthat tel teltbat
that if the daughter ht < was unwilling to take takethe takethe takethe
the veil when she reached the proper age ageshe agew ageshe
she should not do so 80I
I 23851 KILLED IN JUNGLE JUNfrLEWild JUNGLEnd JUNGLEWild
Wild nd Animals and Snakes Take TakeMany TnJ TakeMany e eJlan
Many Jlan Human Lives in India IndiaBombay IndlnBomY IndiaBombay
Bombay Nov tThe X The Times of India Indiaprints Indiaprints Indiaprints
prints statistics aUsdcs r relating U to the destrac destrucaver destracdveaess de8tructtvelleM
aver dveaess a of wild animate ant and snakes in inIndia inIJlllIa InIndia
India fur the last year yearTwo yearTwo yearTwo
Two thousand and fiftyfour human humanbeings humanMIft humanbeings
beings are aJ reported to have been killed killedas killeda killedas
as again a agaiurt iD 2tt7 j5i J57 the preceding year Of Ofi OftheH Ofthese
i these 4S were w re killed by elephants 159 by bywolves bywolvfS bywolves
wolves 461 by leopards and 788 by tigers
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Transmission of All Messages MessagesRecommendation MeSlllagesReconuuenclntloll MesitageIteconunendatton
Recommendation Made by Americans Ameri Americans Amerlcnn ¬
cans cnn at Berlin Conference and andAVI11 andVIII andwill
will VIII Be Boon to All Nations XntionsNavy NationsNavy ntlonllNa
Navy Na > officiate o are greatly pleased with withthe withthe withthe
the victory won OD by the t American delega delegation 4Jeiegawn delegation ¬
tion to the wireleaa conference in Berlin Berlinas BerlinU Berlinas
as indicated by the press dispatched > t The Thedemand Th Thdett1nd Thedemand
demand of the American delegates that thatresolutions thatresolutions
resolutions be adopted calling on all the tbegovernments thel thegovernments
governments l ernlllftlta to pass laws compelling comptolU all allvessels ailvessels
vessels to transmit t t wireless messages m sMps to tothe toUte tothe
the nearest land station regardless of ofwhat ofwHat ofwhat
what system Is being l ei 1 used by the th origi original original ¬
nal 1 sender is approved approv and it is i generally gen generally en enerally ¬
erally believed the recommendation will willbo willbe
bo followed oat oatTbe outThe t tThe
The only obstacle heretofore has hasthe been beenthe beenthe
the refusal of the Marconi company to toenter tlenter toenter
enter into an amicable agreement to do dothis dotbl8 dothis
this tbl8 but Ithe the adoption of international internationallaws InternationalJaws internationallaws
laws covering oov this matter will n be a vic victory yjetory victory ¬
tory for the American government governmentRecently goernm governmentRecently nt ntR
Recently R tIT the Navy Department under undertook underWelt r rtDeIc ¬
took to compile a complete list of all allthe tI tIthe dlthe
the wireless wirel stations in the world for forthe fortho furthe
the convenience of vessels The Marconi Marconicompany MarconiOOIIIIMny Marconicompany
company was asked ked for its stations et < uion and anathe andt andthe
the t e signals for each The request mei meiwith m mwltb mem memwith
with a refusal the Marconi people claim claimIn claimIng claiming
In Ing it was impossible Im We for or any other per persons persons r rsons ¬
sons to read and carry their th 1r code codeThe codtThe codeThe >
The Navy Department t went ahead how however however however ¬
ever and succeeded m In getting the code codestation rodestatJoR codestation
station signals glla1e for all the th Marcooi sta stations 5tadons stations ¬
tions and after the book was published a aspecially aspeclaJly t tspecially
specially marked copy was sent to the theMarconi th thM theMarconi
Marconi M nl company with the compliments complimentsof
of the departmentGIRLS department departmentGIRLS depvtmelGIRLS
GIRLS HURT IN FIRE PANIC PANICScventyflve PANICScent PANICSeventyfive
Scventyflve Scent e Make Dash for Narrow NarrowStnlrmty NarrowStairway NarrowStairway
Stairway in Cleveland ClevelandCleveland ClcclanclCleveland ClevelandCleveland
Cleveland Ohio > Nov 2 Panicstricken 3Pan1e tPanicstrickenseventyfive Panicstrickenseventyfive triekt > n nseventyfive
seventyfive girls made a dash for the thethreefoot thethreeCoot thethreefoot
threefoot stairway lead leading from the middle mid middle middle ¬
dle building butldl when fie broke out todayIn today todayin todayIn
in the plant of the Manufacturers J nufacturus Sup Supply Supply Supply ¬
ply Company on the third floor Mattie MattieHudson KattieHudson IriattieHudson
Hudson and Harriet Jones were seriously seriouslyhurt leI1ouslylaur seriouslyhurt
hurt laur while a score of others were bruised bruisedWARSHIP brul bruisedWARSHIP ed edW
WARSHIP W AltSHIP EXPLOSION PATAL PATALOne FATALOne PAtALOne
One Killed iant sand nnd Many Jlan Hurt Aboard AboardFrench AIJoardFrench AboardFrench
French Yca c8 casel cl diaries 3IarteI 3IarteIParis JlartelParis MartelParis
Paris Nov i IA A submarine min mincaused mtncaused mine minecaused >
caused a serious explosion on the battle battleship battleship battleship
ship Charles Martel at Toulon today todayThe todayThe todayThe
The quartermaster was killed and many manyof mallot manyof
of the crew were injured
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