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2 TH THE WASHINGTON WASBINGTONEZItALD HEHAL3 SUNDAY NOVEMBER 25 1906
I PE PENALTIES f9 OF ABi DEATH DEATHGovernment DEATHGovernment rH rHCapital
Government Measures S for the Abolition of ofCapital ofCapital
Capital Punishment in France FranceBy F FranceBy ranee raneeBy
By EXATTACHE XATT H
No probfcm prob m has excited a wider degree degreeof degreeoC degreeot
of Interest and 8 of discussion qlon during dQrin d1 the thelast tlelast theIaet
last KM years than that of capital t pqn punishment pqnl pqnIshment ¬
ishment l 1tment whtafc Empress Catherine theGrMt the theGreat theGreet
Great GrMt of Russia Ru sla jas s the first of European Europeansovereigns Europeansove Europeensov1e1gR
sovereigns sove to abolish prompted omptd thereto theretoby U1eretqby there thereby
by the French savant aaftnq whose wlt presence presencein p senc sencIn eooe eooein
in her hfr h r entourage relieved Ker Ourt ourt of ott1le ott1leav ottheflavir the theflavor
flavor r of Oriental barbarism imparted impartedthereto Impartedthertf ftnlrtedthero
thereto by men of the il stemo UIW of Potemkin Potemkinand Pqtw14jaid m mand
and of her other unsavory favorites favoritesNearly favOtite8Nearly favoritesNearly
Nearly every personage of mark in the theworlds theorlds theor1ds
worlds orlds literature 1Ite1 < ture art art science tenoe law and andstatecraft andstatecraCt andstateeraft
statecraft has given utteranee to expres expressions exprewsions expreasbus ¬
sions of opinion about the matter attsr u and In InFrance InFrance InFrance
France Victor V1et Huge Lawarttnfl Ltu rtift Berlin Bcranger Berling Beranger
ger g r and St St Augustln have been among amongthe amongthe amongthe
the most conspicuous champions of the theabandonment eabanilonlMllt theabandonient
abandonment of e all penalties consisting consistingof lst lstof
of the taking of the tie 1e of f human fcemgs fcemgsEven HhtgwEyen behigEven
Even RobjeapNrre osrrs who to en record J8Cf1 J8Cf1ha a ahaving ahaving
having ha ing consigned more men and women womento WJDento Omen Omento
to the scaflbld than any an tyrant QJ t of modern moderntimes JMd drji drjitimes I Itimes
times and whose name e will tee loreves lorevesassociated Pweve Pweveassociated tvrOnlla
associated a in popular poisD execratkm tcratS n wfth that thatof tlmtof thntof
of tb the guillotine plUotl p pzofsei1 roftselMl Mmeelf Mmeelfstrongly hI hIstrongly hheIfstrongly
strongly opposed to execution CUeeu OIUI For the thebenefit thebeneftt thebenetit
benefit of those who may hetate to ac accord accord accord ¬
cord credence creenos to this extraordinary ext lJlrY as 8IIW 8IIWtlon er ertlon1 r rtten
tten tlon1 I may cite cu the following extract extractfrom extractfrom extractfront
from one of his speeches speech in the oenye oenyetien aenvea aenveaUon It IttlOn
tien in Paris ParisWhen ParlaWhen PartsVhsn
When an enemy attempt my JD life tCe and andI andI andI
I can ca only oppose peee my iii own Individual Individualstrength looiYMlstrength Indtvths1strength
strength to his and am confronted frontec1 by bytlie bythe bythe
the alternative aJt rnaUve of r either tlter being kiHed my myself 1ft 1ftsel myou ¬
self ou or of killing him then the law of ofnatural ofBatural ofnatura
natural defense justifies me in taking his hislife hislife hislife
life But when the strength of all is isunited Isunited Isunited
united against a single person and when whenthere whenthere Mft Mftthere
there is no question of selfdefense what whatprinciple wutprinclpte whetprlncIpe
principle ef jtwtice ice is there that can ca fur furnish furnish r rntsh ¬
nish a pretext pret t for r putting HItt him to death deathWhat clllatWhat dattkWhat
What necessities n tes are there to serve In the thematter tINmatter thematter
matter A conqueror eoIMI rer who puts captive captiveenemies cpttveenemies ve ve8Reffiiea
enemies to death tlt Is a barbarian 1 A man manwho JIIUwho manwho
who slays a youth 7QDt whom he could easily easilydisarm easily41Prm ea8y4isarm
disarm and JHt punish If attacked or offended offendedis
is a monster monst A convicted prisoner Is Is In Inthe 1ftthe Inthe
the eyes of the community nothing ele elethan el eltkan eIethan
than defeated deft and altogether powerless powerlessenemy power powerenemy powerleseenemy
enemy He H ta mere mar feeWe J with regard r fd to tosociety 18society tasociety
society than a child IK Ute ke presence of a agrown agTown agrown
grown raaa These seatenees MAte therefore thereforeexecuted thelefoNexecuted therefsieexecuted
executed in the name of truth and of jus justice justice justice ¬
tice with so much official ceremonial art artnothing a anot arenoth1n
not noth1n nothing hi more n D4P r teas than cowardly cowardlymurders coW1U4l17murders cowu1ymurders
murders and crimes perptratod not t by byindividuals y yindividuate yindividuals
individuals but by mUre ea rt nations tlons wttb wttba
a hypocritical pretense pret of tefjml 1 form formFine fDnaFine lorMFine
Fine words these and worthy tby of a astatesman asta astateiman
statesman sta C ef the meet humane and en enlightened ettItghtenf ealightened ¬
lightened principle It is I only old If a pity that thatRobespierre tIstMebespierre t tRebesp1erre
Robespierre should o ihonI have failed to put putthem putthem t ttilem
them into practice Indeed falling frwn frwnhte r rlit rein reinIs
hte lit lips they sound UIMl na nlmoet like a satanfe satanfesatire sataa1cptlre satnlcatIre
satire atIre Yet they are m lit keeping with 1th one oneof ODeif oneof
of the t e earliest laws law enacted by the rev revolutionary revolutinnary revciutinry ¬
olutionary government sovelft 1eot of which he was wasso wasiO wasO
so O conspicuous a member and a 41 which runs runsas runau runsi
as i follows 110 ooFro Prom this thl day the penalty penaltyof
of f death lIta t h shall be abolished In I the Preach Preachrepublic FreckrpJ FrenchrpibIic
republic rpJ Uc This decree deer however wever wevermflntd re remained yemttned ¬
mained without with ut aspHeation a n and a sub subsequent subt subseuent ¬
sequent t qupnt statute bearms beG beuilg the date of Sth SthXK 5thX SthNhc
XK X Nhc I rtle < c of the th year X X declared l that th thjivnalty tMa tMa11rl1ty tl tlrLty
jivnalty rLty of death eath should houh be maintained maintainedCreere JaalDta1neclC
C Creere recee ffe was the first rt of the civilised na natl 11t
tl t rs t of o Europe to net n merely adopt but tottJM 1tutI butappIy
JM I > apply the principles enundatod by byUoNjsplerre byl byizoespIerre
UoNjsplerre l o t spierre and an4t to fettow ru the tiler example examplef
< > f Catherine Ca t heri the Great ef Rusete It in de decreeing dorc1ng ¬
creeing the abeHHem = 11011 of cnyttai punish punishment punishment ¬
ment in iaaS i1 that hi to eay before the theohvtion t theii
ohvtion > tjon ii of King George to the Hellenic Hellenicliir HenenlclIITnf HeflenicIiirsn
liir lIITnf me Romnaaia followed suit In Oc OcIIKI OchH Ochr
IIKI hH 1S6I Portugal in July 1867 the theNetherlands theXd theNthcrands
Netherlands Xd rands m ID September HI JIJf 35M Italy UaJ m mJune 1ft 1ftinf
June 1 inf 18S5 1 ISS Brazil BrasIl Venezuela and other otherSouth otherSutil otherSutii
South American republics as well as that thatcf thatd thatci
cf San 3a Marino and the majority ty of the thecanton thel3ntonJ thecantons
canton of Switzerland In 1M3 IN and Nor Norway Norway Norwy ¬
way in 1194 1 In the latest lat Instance how however hner howver ¬
ever ver er an exception is made not In favor favorbut tayorbut favorbut
but at the expense of the ministers ef efstatf 8f3t1tr att
statf t who ho are alone liable l e to the penalty penaltyof t7 t7of
of leath This discrimination against againstthorn againstthem Inst Instt
thorn t hm seems at flrst sight t extraordinary extraordinaryYet
Yet on reflection it is only natural that thatan thatan thatan
an 6xcprttkm cxc > Ztl R should be b made mad where they theyare theyare I Itre
are concerned For whereas ordinary ordinarycrimes ordinarycrimes ordinarycrimes
crimes and felonies Jes for which the death deathpenalty dthpemlty deathpenilty
penalty is usually inflicted in other coun countries countrf constries ¬
tries trf s are perpetrated against one or at atthe atthe atthe
the most a few citizens it is possible for forcabinet forcabinet forcabinet
cabinet ministers mfolste to commit offenses offensesagainst otfeneagaln otenaesagainst
against agaln t the state which by embroiling embroilingthe em r llhlg llhlgthe
the nation in war may entail the death deathof deathof deathof
of thousands a the leee of territory and all allthe al1the allthe
the horrors of foreign invasion It is isrightly Isrightly Isrightly
rightly felt that no imprisonment how however bowtner however ¬
ever severe would be adequate punish punishment pun punmcnt punishinent ¬
ment for such a crime crflftet especially if It Itpartook itpartook Itpartook
partook of the nature of betrayal and of oftreason ortnason oftreason
treason and it is I for this reason that the thelaw thelaw thelaw
law abolishing sbollshl capital punishment in inNorway InNorway InNorway
Norway extends a to every man man woman womanand womanand
and lId child except the eaMnat ministers Jltl kJters of ofthe oCthe ofthe
the King KingA Kin KinA KingA
A word Ton of explanation ex toe is necessary necessarywith JMeeMarywith useessarywith
with regard to Riieeia R where wlter several hun hundreds lIuftduds bundreds ¬
dreds of executions have been recorded recordedduring recordIduring 1l 1lduring
during the last twelve months despite the thepresence thepresence thepresence
presence on the statute book ef Empress EmpressCatherines Emprl86Catherlnes EmpressCatherines
Catherines law doing away with the pen penalty peI1ahy penalty ¬
alty ahy of death Its abolition is merely con confined COnned eonfined ¬
fined ned to ordinary criminal procedure and andthat andthat andthat
that is why nihilists and revolutionist revolutionistespecially revoluUonltJti revoluUonltJtiespeciallY reolutIonistiespecially
especially those concerned in murderous murderousoutrage murderousoutrages murderousoutrages
outrages are usually tried by courtmar courtmartial eourtmartlaJ courtmartial ¬
tial the death penalty having been re retained retalned mtamed ¬
tamed as In all a the other countries above abovementioned abovementioned abovementioned
mentioned both in the arpty and navy navyThere naVThere navyThere
There is no difficulty about this as for forseveral forseveral forseveral
several decades decacl the tb greater portion of ofRussia ofRussia ofRussia
Russia has been IJeen subjected to t what hat is isknown Isknown Isknown
known as the minor mln r state of of ales aleswhich siege stenwhich siegewhich
which admits ef the application Pl1cRU n of mili military military nuttary ¬
tary law to political offenses offensesIt
It I t is xwnukirly VOPul ly believed that the death deathpenalty deathpenalty deathpenalty
penalty has been abolished in Belgium BelgiumThis BellumThis BelgiumThis
This is not the case ease however It still fig figures figures ¬
ures on the statute book of the Belgian Belgiankingdom Belctankingdom Belgiankingdom 311
kingdom but King KI Leopold since his ac accession accession accession ¬
cession to the throne over forty years yearsago yearsago yearsago
ago has in deference to a deathbed en entreaty entrea entreaty ¬
treaty trea ty of his h l mother invariably declined declinedto
to put his signature to a warrant for the theexecution theexecution theexecution
execution of condemned prisoners and in inconsequence InconsequeJtce inconsequence
consequence of this they cannot ca llot be put p t to todeath todeath todeath
death In fact fact no criminal has u been sub subjected subjected subjected ¬
jected to capital ca ltal punishment during durl his hisreign hisreign hisreign
reign that is to say in Belgium With re regard regoml regard ¬
gard to the Congo Free State that unfor unfortunately uafortunatelr unfortunately ¬
tunately is 1 another matter matterAmong JRatterAmong matterAmong
Among the civilised nations which still stillretain stiliretain stillretain
retain the death penalty are Great Brit Britain Britain Britam ¬
ain am Germany Sweden Austria A1I8t Spain Spainand SpJnand Spainand
and the United States In Spain the gar garrotte garrotte garrotte ¬
rotte so familiar mUlar to readers of Ameri American American Amencan ¬
can newspapers In connection with the thehistory thehistory thehistory
history of Cubas struggle for Indepen Independence Independence indopendence ¬
dence is the method employed for tak taking takInb takIng ¬
ing the lives of convicted murderers murderersHanging murderersHanging murderersHanging
Hanging is adhered adb ci to by E England tland and andAustria aRdAustria andAustria
Austria as well as by the majority major1t of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the States of the American Union eke electrocution olectrocuti9n eketrocution ¬
trocution being restricted to New NewYork NewYorkIn York YorkIn YorkIn
In France the guillotine is 5 now about to tob tobe tobe
b be definitely abolished abolishs by bv law while in inGermany InGermany InGermany
Germany the old medieval meltev l method ethed of de decapitation decapitation decapitatlon ¬
capitation by means of the block and the thegreat thegreat thegreat
great twohanded sword ord is still in vogue vogueFortunately vogueFortunaelr vogueFortunately
Fortunately the executions In Germany Germanyare Germ ftY ftYare
are private For otherwise the spectacle spectaclewhich spectaclewhich spectaclewhich
which they present reaeat would convey th tile tilelief be belief belief ¬
lief that In certain jn respects repe Germany G has hasnot Usnot beeIJot
not yet emerged from the darkness ef efthe atthe r
the HW 1Uda1 le A Ages es The grim m function unctIo is IsJ
J
generally carried out in the prison yard yardthe YArdthe yardthe
the procession proce 5ton which enters to the toll tolling toIlIng tolllag ¬
ing of the prison boll being headed by bythe b bthe bythe
the stalwart and heavily boarded oxecu oxecutioner OX oxutloner iCU iCUtloner
tloner shouldering should rlng a gleaming ax as 8 the theinsignia theinsignia theInsignia
insignia of office ot ce wearing w8 I1ng a scarlet hood hoodand hoodand hoodand
and with bare arms presenting in fact factan factappcarance fact1l
an 1l appearance familiar to those who have haveseen 11veseen haveseen
seen paintings of of the decapitation of ofgreat ofgreat ofgreat
great personages in mediaeval history historyHis hlstelYIDs historyth
His th assistants are likewise barearmed barearmedfeather barearmedfeather barearmedfeather
feather breeched and rodshlrted The Theax Theax Theax
ax is Iii however bowev r merely an emblem of of office office offic ¬
fice fice fic For on a blackdraped table In the theprison thepriSin theprison
prison yard lie two or three swords of ofa ofCul ofa
a a peculiar Cul r make perfectly perCectlystrnlht straight with withlong withlong withlong
long and heavy h hovr Vf blades ana black handles handlesterge handlttSJa1 handleslarge
large Ja1 enough ugb to admit of their being beinggrasped beinggrasped beinggrasped
grasped by two sturdy sturd hands The wood wooden wooden wooden ¬
en block is draped with red cloth Against AgainstIt
It the condemned prisoner is forced to tokneel tokneel tokneel
kneel with his h neck resting upon it it ee eeef Oftet oneat
ef t the assistants taltts holding ol41ln his head by the thehair tbeIt
hair It while the other oth t two grasp him by bythe bythe bythe
the arm and leg Then the executioner executionerwleldji 8ecutlonerwiel executioner1elt
wleldji wiel 1elt the WQrd which whizzes through throughthe tlIroutbtIM throughthe
the air like a lightning flash and the thehead tbehead theheatt
head is severed with a single blow blowIn blo bloIn blowIn
In France Ui ero e have bean until now nowfive nowftve nowlive
five stated crimes for which the death deathpenalty deathteaalt deathpenalty
penalty teaalt bat ba bean imposed posld namely parri parricide parrldde parniride ¬
ride murder poisoning infanticide infanticide Infa tlckle and andthe andtM andthe
the InaemVariftm of o UuUdins lalUdl ss ooowpied pl l by byhuman 11human 13rhuman
human beings During a period of fifteen fifteenyears fifteenyears ilfteenyears
years the number of convictions for forcrimes forcrtlael forcrimes
crimes of this character c I1let r amounted to 262S 262SYet m mYet 2L 2LYet
Yet Yet owing to tho number of recommenda recommendations recommendaon ¬
tions on ona to merry 1 en the part p rt of juries which whichhave wblchbave whichhave
have permitted the court to Impose e Im Imprisonment Imri80nment hopnisonment ¬
prisonment ri80nment instead ln tead of death and to the theequally theequally theequally
equally large number of death sentences sentencescommuted sentencescommuted sentencescommuted
commuted by the President of the repub republic republic repubIto ¬
lic there have been throughout that tInts tlmaonly Urn Urnel tIntsonly
only el sjxtyeht 1t 17elght persons eeaslgndd eouJt d to the theguillotine thfttltlM thegullistliim
guillotine In fact fact executions eeutlons have new newbecome newDIeom newbecome
become so few and far between that the thegovernment t1M1J11tHJI the5eYeniRlent
government 1J11tHJI Rtmt deferring in the t e master m ttr to topoiyfer topeJlUlar topOijidar
poiyfer sentiment in Franco Fra a has deter determined deterMined determined ¬
mined to abolish aboll h capital punishment punlsh ent the thesection thecUon thesaictIon
section of the legislature being already alreadyassured alreadyIUliNred alreadyassured
assured in advance It is proposed to toWfhstifcute toINtiate tosubstitute
substitute for the death penalty perpetual perpetualimprisonment perpelU1Imprisont perpetuatIntpcleoiunat
imprisonment the first six years ef which whichare whtchare whichare
are to be spent t in solitary nary confinement confinementIn oon nnt nnt1ft
In the event of one of those life Uf prison prisoners prtSOftfirs pusanera ¬
ers rendering himself guilty while wan ia iajail IIIjat Injail
jail of some further furt er crime of a serious seriouscharacter seriouscharacter seriouscharacter
character such as the attack upon a prte prteoa pnemcJal pnieon
oa official or the murder of a fellow feltowconvtet tello telloeonvtet fellowconvict
convtet convict be may be kept in solitary eon eenteement MIIket eonlzesnt
teement for llfet Uf life but only after being beingfurther 1MIngtullller beingfurther
further sentenced se teneod by the t1l eeitrts urts Women Womenconvicted WO WOconv1eted Womenconvicted
convicted of murder and who wb are a alpeut alpeutto ut utto utto
to beccme mothers JR are ar net n t to be consign consigned 0081181tilt oonMgited ¬
ed to t solitary to1 tT Imprisonment Irnprl nJfteftt until after afterthe afterthe afterthe
the birth of their child childIt chUdIt childIt
It remains remal s to be seen what will 111 be the theeffect theeffeet theeffect
effect of this 01 reform inaugurated by the theFrench UteJrch tiseFrench
French government upon peft the statistics of ofcrime ofcrtme ofcrime
crime A consensus of opinion based basedupon lMItIeCIupo booedupon
upon upo the experience e perienee ef the principal po police poUee police ¬
lice authorities and prison governors ef efFrance oCJraace ofFrance
France is to the th effect that murderer murdererstand murderersstand II eren erenIStaD4
stand far r mere ra in dread of solitary cellu cellular cUular cslIutar ¬
IStaD4
lar conmtemettt tellt than of the guillotine guillotinePeople g1dlletlneI guIllotinePeeplo
I People PM accustomed aecut mod to so lightly take the thelives th thlives thelives
lives of others aad to risk their own 0 en eneach Ofteach oneach
each occaatot are rarely afraid ef the thescaffold tbeThey thescaffold
scaffold They knew that it will be all allover anover allover
over in a minute and that it is preferable preferableto Kefen81te
to a slow and lingering H death resulting resultingfree le8Ult le8Ults resultingfre
free fre sums Injury 1Rj or disease d But ut t they theydread UaeyI theydread
I dread above everything else ala solitary con confinement COftanement cooAnemeut ¬
finement and a isd imprisonment 1m nt in cejte < 16 with without wtthi without ¬
i out any one with whom to converse CM and andabove andabove andabove
above all without any occupation Sooner Soonerthan tIertban oonor oonorthan
than this form of punishment panlsh t continued coatbtuedthrougbout coiathsuedthroughout continuedthroughout
throughout a A term of six long years they theyprefer theyprefer theypreftr
prefer death and under the circumstances circumstancesIt
It I Is anticipated that the new law will act actas actas actas
as a deterrent of homicidal crimes crimesWhether crt crtbether crimesWhether
Whether this expectation Is likely 1Ikel to be berealised berealiaecl berealised
realised is a matter of pure speculation speculationfor
for it Is difficult to base any argument argumentupon al1umenlupon argumentupon
upon comparisons cell with other ot r countries countrieswhere countrieswhere countrieswhet
where whet the entirety different d1 < ewtt temperament temperamentof
of f the people has to be taken into con consideration consideration conolderatlon ¬
sideration Thus TItU crimes of violence are arealways areal1Ya78 arealwy
always mere frequent eal in southern climes climeswhere ell ellwhere climeswhere
where the he bleed is hotter and the pas passions pasalons pusslons ¬
sions unrulier than in the more sober sobernorth 30bernorth sobernorth
north It has been pointed out out Ut for In Instance Instance Instance
stance that in Italy the average avera number numberof
of murders mur ers in a single year eer are Hearty neart nearly4O
4009 4O that te to say y 11 a day which te tecertainly Iecertat Iscertainly
certainly certat ly a startling figure and 00 which whichmany whlcny whichflany
many ny have been disposed to ascribe to tothe tvt tuthe
the t abolition of capital punishment punlshm nt But Butprior Butprior Butprior
prior to the latter the number of deaths deathsby dU dUby deathsby
by violence was even still greater a fact factwhich faetwhleh factwhich
which the advocates yoeates of capital punish punishment puniMtmeat punishmeat ¬
meat find it convenient to forget More Moreover Moreover Moreover ¬
over the average Is almost as large in inSpain inSp InSpain
Spain Sp ln where executions eOOUtto 8 are more frequent frequentthan frttqueAtthan frequentthan
than in any other country in Europe EuropeIt
It may be questioned indeed whether whetherthe whetherthe whetherthe
the death penalty Is ever really a a deter deterrent deterrent deterrent ¬
rent of crime especially In those civilized civilizedcountries clvlllzMcountries civilizedcountries
countries where the dictates of humanity humanityand humanJtyand humanityand
and popular sentiment require the punish punishment punishment punishmeat ¬
ment to be Inflicted with the least possible possiblephysical poaiblepbslcal possiblephysical
physical pain 1JI n and delay In the Orient Orientassuredly Orientqeuredly Orientassuredly
assuredly It Is s without efficacy in that re respect re respect nospeeL ¬
spect The various creeds of the East Easthave EasthaTe Easthave
have the effect of removing from the theminds theminds theminds
minds of their followers all fear of death deathto deAthto deathto
to many of whom it moans the release releasefrom releasefrom releasefrom
from the sufferings and miseries of life lifehere litehere lifehere
here below and the enjoyment of pleas pleasures pleaaures pleasuree ¬
ures not merely celestial but material materialsuch IDa materialsuch lenal lenalsuch
such as the paradise of heuris h urls reserved reservedfor rNervedtor reervedfor
for the hereafter of all true Moslem MoslemThat MoslemThat MeslemaThat <
That Is why Oriental rulers have always alwaysconsidered alwaysOOMldered alwaysconsidered
considered it necessary nece ary to devise tortures torturesof
of more or less Ingenuously cruel charac character character character ¬
ter ag a efficacious e punishments lshments In Persia Persiafor Persiafor Persiafor
for instance Instance a man man who would go cheer cheerfully cheerfully cheerfully ¬
fully to the gallows is fined with dread dr ad at atthe atthe atthe
the Idea of that particular penalty which whichconsists whlcconsists whichconsists
consists in plunging him up to the neck neckin neckIn neckIn
in a pit filled with gypsum and where the theChinaman theCblnaman theChinaman
Chinaman is relatively indifferent to mere meredecapitation meredecapitation meredecapitation
decapitation he loses his imperturbability imperturbabilitywhen ImJerturb8blllt30when Imperturbabilitywhen
when confronted with that terrible punish punishment punishment punishment ¬
ment which consists in beng slowly and andgradually andgradua11y andgradually
gradually sliced to pieces ple es with a thousand thousandcuts thousandcuts thousandcuts
cuts by the executioner before the final finaldeath finaldegth foaldettth
death blow b1 w is Inflicted InflictedThese InflictedThese inflictedThese
These mmlshments are so abhorrent to tocivilized toclvlUzed tocivilized
civilized nations that they cannot be used usedas usedas usedas
as a deterrent from rein crime in European Europeanand EuroP Europeanand n nand
and American dependencies in the Orient Orientand Orientand Orientand
and since lnce the natives naUv S there ther have no fear fearof fearof fearof
of ordinary death nothing remains but butthat butthat bqtthat
that solitary confinement con nement which is already alreadyin alresd alresdin
in vogue in Italy and which France Is Isnow I Inow iinow
now about to adont for convicted murder murderers murderers murderens ¬
ers In some me respects 1e vects It is more cruel cruelthan cruelthan cruelthan
than capital punishment For while it itpreserves Itpreserves Itpreserves
preserves the body it destroys the mind mindTVliy mindWhy mindTJty
Why TJty Responsibility la United Unitedi UnItedFA118 EnitedFran
Fran i UM New York See SHHOne SnOne SeeOne
One hotel on Fifth avenue refuses to togive tog togive
give g any receipt for jewelry deposited depoejted In hiits Inits InIts
its safe or hold hoM Itself Itself responsible ara aragreAter er r a agreater agreater
greater amount than J fSt i Its explanation explanationof
of this rule is based on an experience experiencewhich cCperlancewhich experiencewhich
which seems excuse enough Two guests guestsef guebtaof t8 t8uf
ef the hotel kept their valuables and andmoney andrneney andmoney
money in the safe The left them there therewhen tla tlawhen therewhen
when they went abroad sometimes to tostay istay t tstay
stay for six months Once the th wife oame oameback oameback oameback
back alone and drew out all the th money moneyand mon monand moneyand
and valuables As she had often done donebefore 30 30before o obefore
before the clerks gave ga ve the box bO to her as asa ua asa
a matter of course It was not until her herhusband liarhusband
husband returned and wanted the same samevaluables saine sainevaluables mtinevaluables
valuables that the hotel knew of thair thairdivorce thOlrdivorce th tr trdivorce
divorce The husband brought suit and andrecovered andrecovered andrecovered
recovered all he claimed Since SInc that re result reSuit ¬
sult of Its ItseonQdeMO confident o In Its guests the thebvtol thehtcl
has h s UmUsa U ttt1lts Its responsibility res nsfbmt to tof 5559
f
JAPA1TESE 1 AP ANESE IN CALIFORNIA CMJFOBKIAOfficial CALIFORNIAomclnl CLIPORiAOllielni
Official Report ReportShows Shovra Them Active ActiveIn Acthein ActIvein
In All All I Lines lnes of Business BusinessThe BusinessS311 Business8i
S311 ranco ereesdner New ew York Sup SupThe Sun SunThe
The Suns correspondent has obtained obtainedthe obtaln obtainedthe c cthe
the still unprlnted un printed report of the Call California 0311forn1a Calltomb ¬
fornia tomb Bureau of Labor Statistics tatltIcs for ar the thetwo th thtwo thetwo
two yeara y ended September 30 last This Thisreport 11119 11119r Thisreport
report r port deals exhaustively 9xhau Uvely with the sub subject subjeot subjeot ¬
jeot of Japanese Immigration at the port portof portof portof
of San Francisco based on the figures figuresof ftgureof figuresof
of the steamship companies These fig figures fi fiurea figurea ¬
urea show that 15477 Japanese arrived in inSan InSan InSan
San Francisco in the last two years 8f1tS Sub Subtracting SubtIficling Subtlctlng ¬
tracting departures there i left a total totajincrease tot total1ncroae 1 1ncrGfl
increase ncrGfl e of nearly aearl 14409 14 Almost all tjts tjtsarrivals U1 U1arrlvals tharrivals
arrivals were from Hawaii In n the same sametwoyear stimetwoyear me metOr
twoyear peri period d a a net decrease in Gbl Gblnese Ohineee OhTnero
nese population is shown amounting to to774S to774S
774S 7 The old Chinese are a going back to todie todie todie
die in n China CAin and the exclusion lon law keeps keepsthe keepsthe keepsthe
the young j UAg ones on out outInquiry outInquiry outInquiry
Inquiry Into the condition of Japanese Japaneseand J Jhpnnooeand Pftnose Pftnoseand
and Chinee Chlftelle employee in towns and cities citieswas clUesM citieswas
was M also prosecuted by the bureau bur It Itwas ItWaS Itwas
was found that the Japanese are enter entering onterIng outerbig ¬
ing many forms W i employment which whichthe whichthe
the Chinese have v never taken up and andthat aDdthat nd
that when the business bu followed in the thesame thesame thesame
same the Japanese are adopting improved improvedand Improvedand Improvedand
and modern methods met meto At U the time of the thefire theSIn thefire
fire an4 eartlxtwake fr example the theJapanese theJJlUleee theJapanese
Japanese were running nine fully equip equipped Q4ulpped equippod ¬
ped steam laundries In San Francisco Franciscoalone FranclKOalone Franciscoalone
alone a thing that has s never entered the thehead theItd thehead
head ef a Chinaman Japanese Ja and 8 d Chi Chinese Cldemploy Ciiinose ¬
nose employee employ are paid about the same samewages Mmeg samewages
wages g which is considerably lower than thanthat thaathat
that paid for white whit fetiter r ef the same samesort samesort samesort
sort sortThe sortThe sortThe
The prevailing preY1ltn rate paid for board was wasHI wasto
HI 1 to 1 13 a month by b Chinese ClsI and 12 1 to toOS toIi toU5
OS by Japanese Other facts are given givenwhich givenwhich givonwhich
which which the report says 7 emphasizes the theformidable theformidable therormiishle
formidable character of the Japanese Japanesecompetition Japanecompetition Japanesecompetition
competition especially especiallyIt peelally peelallyIt
It was found in many instances lna nces that
feur or live Japanese Jz living together ware warerunning warerunning worerunning
running under one roof several kinds of ofbusiness ofbusIAMS ofbusiness
business A very common MInOtt combination is isa IsA isa
a shoe repair shop and housecleaning housecleaningestablishment hou bouaecieanin bouaecieaninestablishment
establishment All spare time not spent spentin spentin nt ntin
in working out is devoted to repairing repairingshoes reIMlrfnlahoell repairingshoes
shoes even the evening bein being IRK devoted to tothat Wthat tothat
that w work rk Beside BesI the men live in the thesame UteBame thesame
same room thus th having a home fer ear several H Hpral earoral ¬
oral people le and the headquarters for two twodistinct twodistinct twodistinct
distinct businesses buztneos la I quarters no mere merethan morethan merethan
than adequate to housing heU8 one American AmericanMen Amerteanlea AmericnMen
Men of standing IJ ia I the community
the report goes on who employ Japan Japanese JaPAaeae Japaneec ¬
ese eae and who have no race ra prejudice ap apparently p pparently p pparently ¬
parently and who are distinctly dl opposed opposedto ed
to labor unions largely on account of the theopposition tbeopposition theOpposition
opposition of the latter to the Orientals Orientalsdeclare Onlentalsdeclare
declare the Japanese to be dishonest cJi and andtotally aJHItocally andtotally
totally inferior in this regard to the Chi Chinese Chlneae Ciiinose ¬
nose When the Japanese Japan arrived in the
Pajaro Valley they were welcomed by
the merchants largely on account of the thefact tbefact thefact
fact that they wore w American clothing clothingand eJothln eJothlnaQd clothingand
and showed s 01JecI a decided disposition dls tlon to trade tradealong tradealong
along aJon American lines 11 Today the mer merchants merchant marchants ¬
chants bitterly complain that the tb Jap has h hIIecome
become their very close competitors competlt He Healso Healflo Healso
also runs restaurants ellIaDraa barber shops bil billiard bilhard JlI JlIliard ¬
liard halls saloons groceries rI dry foods foodsand Sabel mode1k
and 1k ready made clothing stores in the thecity lbeedty thecity
city of Watsonvine ad operates o buses busesand buaau4 busesand
and delivery wagons in the adjacent ter territory territory tarritony ¬
ritory ritoryone ritonyOne ritoryOne
One bank In Wafemrrllle l jMMftlveiy re refuses Tefuae refu
fuses fu es to open any account with the
Japanese because of their dishonesty hoDf ty the thesame theame
same bank welcoming business 1 ualDeM from the theChinese theChiness
i Chinese ChineseIn CblneaI ChinessIn
I In Vocavilie la I Solace County the Jap Japcontrols Ja Jacontrols Japcontrols
controls about t half the fruit farms by
lease or ownership It is generally con conceded concedfd eoncedrd ¬
ceded says n the report that about aboutninety aboUtninety aboUtninety
ninety per cent of all the people met metwalking metwalki met metwalking
walking walki or driving on the roads about
Vocaville are Japanese It hi generally generallyconceded cenerallyconceded generallyconceded
conceded that the lap Is merciless when whenhe wheahe whenhe
he has his employer at a dtsadvaatacej dtsadvaatacejthat dlsadvaatagethat
that he will work cheaply until all corn cornpetition cerapetition cernpetition
petition is I eliminated and then strike for forhigher forhi forhigher i
higher hi ber wages ea totally disregarding rdl any anyagreement all7a anyagreement
agreement a ment C orcontract ontract The general per persistency peraisteney ¬
sistency wrtlfi wit wItf I which the Japanese J are
teeakins 1I Infaf In lnt4naisy many mAI industries trtee the t their fm fmgality tnpltty frygafltv
gality their ambition and their t hick k of ofbusiness
business morality render them more moreformidable JIIOIQtvnnklable morefbrmldabie
formidable even than the Chinese ChineseHIS CIdaeMHIS Wnese Wneseais
HIS WIFE wir TOO WEALTHY
JlenHoii Given by H VorkinJlUon Workinginanfor Vorkin VorkinJlUonfor KIU nn nnfor
for n Temporary TcmJ orar Separation SeparationPre SCI SeparationFrea arntion arntionPrMI
Pre PrMI UM New York Htnld HtnldGeorge JIaaIdG HstldGeorge
George G Or W Fambrouirb Fambro of ClarfcsviUe ClarfcsviUeTenn CIarttrriUeTean CIanCIVU1eTean
Tean who no was wa united in marriage two twoweeks twowe6ka twoweeks
weeks ago a o to a young yo woman he had hadnever mdnever liednever
never seen under er the most romantic tin Ctrcumstances tk tkCUIJUltaJlees tincuxastaneec
cumstances has admitted that his wife wifehas Wit Withu witshas
has grown tired of nuptial bliss and re returned re retunteCI noturned ¬
turned to her home at Champaign Ill 111Last IllLut IllLast
Last September Mr Fambroufh ordered Cll ereavtIt a awerkmgmans aworkiegmans
werkmgmans vtIt ingaaaas wife 1fe from a correspondence correspondenceclub
club of Chicago In reply the club sent senthim HIlthi senthim
him hi a list of Barnes accompanied aceoI panJea by pho photographs photegraplw photog1hs ¬
tographs ef the women recommended recommendedHe reconun reconunHe rocoinmen ed edHe
He looked over the pictures and selected selectedhis lleleetedA
his A hi present wife 1f In October he wrote her herat herat herat
at Champaign Ill nt and in five days he hewas hewas hewas
was in receipt ef a reply from t her The Thetwo Tltetwo Tetwo
two continued to correspond up to August AugustIS
IS 1 when she be put In I ax appearance aJ in this thiscity thhscity thiscity
city SM miles from home and was met metby motby metby
by Fambrough at the th depot depotThey depotThey depotThey
They proceeded to Fambroughs Fambro b home homein honaeIn homein
in the country countr The two were united i imarriage la laman1a inmarriage
marriage man1a They lived happily together togetherthree togetherthree togetherthree
three weeks when heJ1 the wife left for Illi Illinois IIItnols Ill Illnote ¬
note Fambrough left the next day for forHenderson forH forHenderson
Henderson H where he is new living livingFambrough UnAtfFambrouch livingFambrough
Fambrough having heard of several re reports re reports noports ¬
ports about the affair asked for permis permission permission permisslon ¬
sion over his la own signature lure to write an anaccount anaccount anaccount
account of It it which is i as follows followsBeing followsBelnJ foll ws wsBeing
Being one of the principal actors in inthe inthe Inthe
the matrimonial drama enacted at Clarks Ctarksville Clarksille Clarkeyule
yule ille and noticing notlcln that my friends are at ata atIou ata
a loss to know what hat Is the meaning of it itand itand Itand
and bow it has or will turn out I will willstate wiltstate willstate
state that my wife 1fe Is now at her home homein homeIn homein
in Champaign III and that I am in Hen Henderson Henderson Henderson ¬
derson Ky for the time being It is istrue latrue istrue
true that we were married on first sight sightaad sightan sightand
and an that we were both very welt pleased pleasedI
I was disappointed as I thought I was wasmarrying WItSmamIng wasmarrying
marrying a poor girl trl However l itowever owever it de developed developed doveloped ¬
veloped that I was married to a woman womanworth W811UU1worth womanworth
worth from two hundred to two hundred hundredand hundredand hundredand
and fifty thousand tnouand dollars which fact I Icould Icould Icould
could not bring myself to approve being beinga
a workingman workingmanNow workingmanXo workingmancow
Now Xo te gratify a morbid curiosity I Iwill Iwill Iwill
will state tate the reasons for us being apart apartShe apartShe apartShe
She disliked the country where we lived livedand Uvedand livedand
and wished to return to her home and andbeing andbeing andbeing
being a poor poOr man I could not allow my myself rn rnself myself ¬
self to be dependent on my wifes 1fos money moneyfor moneyfor moneyfor
for my living Therefore it was agreed agreedby agreedby agreedby
by us that we separate for a while and andso andso
so we did she going to her home and I Igoing Igoing Igoing
going to Henderson Hender and if we become becomedissatisfied beco boeonedissatisfied e edtllSRU
dissatisfied dtllSRU fted with this life we are to be bereunited bitreunited bereunited
reunited at t any time timeI timeI
I would ould refrain from giving my private privateaffairs prlt9a privateaffairs
affairs a < to the public press Jlr s but but as many manypersons IIMLnype11OlUl manypesois
persons seem to be Interested I think It Itbest Itbeet Itbest
best to give a correct statement of the thefacts Utefacts thefacts
facts and hope they will allow It to die dieout dIeout dieout
out
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ARE USING MORE GOLD GOLDConsumption GOLDConarnption
I Consumption in the Arts ArtsTakes ArtsTakes Art ArtTakes
Takes 85000000 Worth WorthBEMAOT WorthDEMAND olth olthDEMAND
DEMAND FOR YELLOW METAL METALProfperlty METALProllPerHy METALProperlty
Profperlty < l lie o Cnnse Qnu e of f an Extraor Extraordinary Dxtrnord BxtraOrdlunry ¬
dinary d unrT Output of Gold Jewelry Je11elr JewclryEf JewclryEffeet Ef Effect IUfeet ¬
feet of Bracelet Craze on Money MoneyMarket lIJle lIJlell1ket Money4arketl1onciioir
Market 4arketl1onciioir ll1ket JloneJioir Bags Also De Depicted DepIeted Dcpicted ¬
picted ih the Supply of Gold GoldPaw GoldPQW GoldPew
Paw people realize that the U AmerJeana AmerJeanaare AlDerlOOMare
are becoming a jewelryloving people yet yetIt yetIt yetit
It is a tact that their bent for personal personaladornmont perllOnnla41ornmWt persqnaladonoment
adornmont is today so highly developed developedthat develod develodtltttt deveiop d dthat
that th the enormous quantities of precious preciousmotels prtclouJIIotals proclaimmetals
motels required in tho industrial arts and andthe andthe andthe
the consequent proportionate withdrawal withdrawalof
of the mutate from the currency and from fromdeposit fromdePNIt fromdeposit
deposit vaults The inereasinng inere hing use of gold goldespecially goldeap8Ctaliy goldespecially
especially Is presenting pre enU a problem pro lem that is isassuming Isa iiassuming
a assuming not only interesting but serious seriousproportions seriousproPlrtlons seriousproportions
proportions says tho New York Evening EveningSun EnntngSUn EveningSun
Sun SunTho
The problem Is net nevel sore nI Her without Its Itseconomic Itseconomic it iteconomic
economic basis bas and explanation for it is isas Saold Isno
as old as barter rer Itself belt perhaps 11ta novar novarbefore ROVBrbefore noverbefore
before has oarraney oelr oerren y fees bssh to severely taxed taxedor tUIdor ttOdor
or the Lb stock tock of gold so threatened with withdepletion WIthdopletloH withdepletion
depletion depletionThe dopletloHTbe depletionThe
The manufacture ef the basal metal Into IntontReurfevey InWn 1nt 1ntnauniesey
ntReurfevey n eurtlltey media m in title country te to today WdR t tday ¬
dR day going on at Jhe he rate of about about00t 93KOM ON ONa
001 a year The subtraction subtnLct1on of this th anon enormous eAormoU6 anonmous ¬
mous amount of gold for manufacturing manufacturingpurposes man1llaoturtnurp nizsutaetuntngpurposes
purposes urp se is bound experts exru say te have ItavemOl havemore a amore
more mOl or less adverse a erH affect en elretmuieii elretmuieiiNot alreuiatlellNot cirsuietioNot
Not only that that but it also does away with withfour withfour 1th 1thfour
four times that amount of credit In Inshort Inshort Inshort
short the actual gold coins Into the lux luxuries luxuries luxurles ¬
uries of the American people Is withdraw withdrawing wlthdwInS withdrawlog ¬
InS from financial operations at least leastlMA9Bffut leutliIt leastThe
lMA9Bffut lMA9BffutThe liIt
liItThe
The struggle to beep enough 8ftO money In Incirculation Inc1rcuJatien Incirculation
circulation has been a a constant one on Many Manyeaueea Manytend Manyeass
eaueea tend to bring about a a stringency stringencythat strI stringencythftt 8MY 8MYtht
that has to t be artMetnlly uactan relieved relievedWhether relievedWhtlter relievedWhether
Whether the time tI will ever come In this thiscountry th thcountry titlecountry
country when banking otAeers will be becompelled beaGmpelJod becenipeliod
compelled to restrict the amount of pre precious preetuus prodoes ¬
does metals used In the arts no expert expertwould expertwould expertwould
would be willing to say The present presentproblem pr88entJlroblem presentproblem
problem they tbe declare cleelare although it has hasgrown bassrown hasgrown
grown formidable f wiU adjust Itself along alongnatural aIonbnalural alongnatural
natural lines unless some untoward event eventhappens ennthappens eventhappens
happens that will make It necessary fer ferthe ferthe forthe
the government to put its ItaaVAilable hands ON onavailable every everyavailable
available ounce of fold i4 or sliver Uftt for imme immediate IlIUMdlat immediate ¬
diate dlat use useWithdrawal U8eVIthtIrawal useWithdrawal
Withdrawal of Gold Serious SeriousThe Serlonne SeriousThe
The difficulty in showing abo I the relation relationbetween re1attoftItetweea relationbetween
between the consumption of gold in I the thearts tbeart thearts
arts and the contraction of currency and andthe alNltatt andthe
the raising of rates hi due to the fact factthat tuttlNtt feetthat
that alt these thee phenomena J are at often coin coincident celftehlnt coineldent ¬
cident rather tMr than casual or consequen consequential eonaeq1Ientla1 consequendel ¬
del tla1 Last year saw extremely high rates ratesand ratesand rateand
and at the same time a recordbreaking recordbreakingwithdrawal reconIbreaktR reconIbreaktRwlt recordbreakingwitivirawal
withdrawal wlt drawal of gold for manufacturing manufacturingpurposes manufuctuningpurposes utaciurtDg utaciurtDgPU1MIH8
purposes Financial experts differ dur as to tothe tothe tothe
the degree in which wl cb w 1MM e was interdepend interdependent h ¬
cut t on the other Yet that they were weresomewhat weresellMWhat weresomewhat
somewhat interdependent few care to todeny todea todeny
deny dea And still tiIl fewer deny den that should shouldthe shouldthe bouldUte
the present subtraction of the metal from frombullion frobuJlioa frombullion
bullion and currency go on at the pros present JW88ent prosout ¬
ent rate or any Increased Ineru rate rat the rela relauo reintioa
tion uo would not only become more ap apparent ap apparent apparent ¬
parent but ba also present a situation that thatwould thatwoukt thatwould
would call for some 80 pretty stringent ac action actioa cction ¬
tion tiongeld tioa
tioarIae
The NMhkahJe reau nkabe sa I is the use oC oCOW ofnold
geld ia the Industrial arts however Jn Jneteates mtbe Indientos
eteates the present prosperity t7 of the coon coontry eeeatl7 coontry
try Should that prosperity pr r1ty for any rea reason reaMIl reason ¬
son eeaae or diminish the manufacture manufactureof
of luxuries IUXun would wouldtaU fall off te a greater
or ee thus Insuring automati automatically autoUcallr aetoaatlcally ¬
cally the operation of the economic law lawof lawot lawof
of supply and demand and n4 permit a agreater aareter agreater
greater surplus to accumulate in the va various ftrious viiIons ¬
rious institutions of deposit depositAt depoaitAt depositAt
At present t however the demand for forgold forgold
gold for manufactories goes on merrily merrilyand merrilyand
and at a rate that will m mean a the con consumption consumption consumption ¬
sumption of an amount approximating approxJma approxJmaat
SkW9IW at the end 84 of the tileyear calendar calendaryear aeleisderyear
year Of this great amount so larfe Iars a aproportion aproportion aproportion
proportion is send as in or near New York Yorkpractically YorkeJty Yorkcity
city that Aurs for the 1118tropoHe an anpractlcaJly arePractically
practically figures ua for the country About Aboutonetenth Aboutonetooth
onetenth of the gold uI used la manufac manufactures JIUUIuCactu manufactunes ¬ I
tunes tu is supplied by Philadelphia and andpossibly andpossibly
possibly half that quantity by Western Westerncities W WclUes Westerncities
cities In other words wor4 New ew York issues
fully fuD Ii 5 per cent of the gold lei hare needed
in the arts artsGreat ar arGreat artsGreat
Great Domnml for Jewelry JewelryThe JewelryTIM JewelryThe
The great consumption of gold in the thearts t1Marts thearts
arts will 111 keep up as lone long as prosperity prosperitycontinues pnMperllcoatSnu prosperitycOuttuue
continues coatSnu or until it is no longer fashion fashionable Cashl Cashlr fashionable ¬
able or pleasant to wear jewelry la lacase IIIcue Incase
case of a panic when 1 luxuries must wait wattthere
thet there hi an appreciable slump in the use useof UHof useof
of the precious metals in th the arts When Whana
a kmgeentfNued public calamity ealalntt such suchas suchas suckas
as a war drives prices up there is H Hbackward Itbackward abackward
backward movement and fold ia n all sorts sortsof sortsoC sortsof
of shapes is brought back to the assay assayoffice assayomce y yoffice
office to be converted into coin This Thisoccurred Tbisoccurred ThisOccurred
occurred shortly after the civil cI 1 war warIn warIn warIn
In New York and much rich jewelry and andplate andplate andplate
plate found its way w te Wall street But Butthis Butthis Butthis
this return ef the geld would have little littleaffect lttu lttuoaKt littleoffset
affect IH the money market and cannot cannotbe caRnotbe cannotbe
be depended upon in times of emergencies emergenciesOne emergenCiesOne emergenciesOne
One of the causes of the present t remark remarkable remarkable remarkable ¬
able use of gold in the arts is the short shortsleeve shortsleeve shortsleeve
sleeve fathton for women So popular popularhave potUlarhave popularhave
have bracelets of all shapes and d descrip descriptions descniptions ¬
tions UO 8 become that Jewelers have a hard hardtime harlltime hardtime
time turning out enough It is on fashion fashionin
in general be era1 that the manufacturers of ofjewelry ofjefleby ofeweh7
jewelry depend With increasing increui pros prosperity prCHIperltt prospenlt3r ¬
perity come e numerous ft melOua new ew forms and andsettings andseW an ansettIngs
seW settings to tempt t those who beilere 1Ml1e that thatthey thatthey thatthey
they add materially to their property propertyand propertyand propertyand
and at the same time to their personal personaladornment perlOnaladornment personaladornment
adornment by investing Inv t1AG in n jewelry jewelryJust jewel jewelJU8t jewelryJust
Just at present it is highly fashionable fashionableto
to be decked d ked out In things of gold d and andsilver andsUverboth andsliverbeth
silver sUverboth both women and men m n A number numberof numberot
of the largest 1ar 1areat eet jewelry manufacturing con concern ooncern concern ¬
cern In Newark N J said that they theywere tbeywere theywere
were turning out mouchoir bags and solid solidseal solidseal solidcoal
seal rings In enormous e Or quantities Busi Business Business Business ¬
ness said this tht representative had never neverbeen neverbMu neverbien
been se good It was fullv double that thatof thatof thatof
of 1 lOQ 03 and 25 per cent better bet er than 195 195the 1905the 195the
the banner year in the jewelry trade tradePeople tr tradePeople de dePeopJe
People not only want lots of jewelry jewelrybut jewelrybut jewelrybut
but they the want the boat In the market The Thequantity Thequantity Thequantity
quantity sold is not so much an Indica Indication Indicatlon Indlcation ¬
tion of good times as the quality de demanded de deDMUMloo doInseslod ¬
manded say jewelers Large dealers in injewelry inj InJewelry
jewelry j wlry say they can tell the difference differencebet dUTerencebetWEtn differenceb0twcenEssterneignd
bet betWEtn b0twcenEssterneignd ean Easterners Easternersand and Westerners Weatern rs In this thiscountry thiso thiscountry
country o untry by the demand of the latter for forshow forshow forchow
show and of the former for quality qualityThe 4IUllltyThe qualityThe
The fashion to have no packets in wom womens womenZ wornoils ¬
oils enZ dresses calls for fora a great sutaiy IIy of ofmouchoir gfmoueltolr ofmouckoir
mouchoir bags ge and that ef short sleeves sleevesfpr sleevesfpr sleevesfpr
fpr bracelets braceletsThe b bsseelstsThO Its ItsTh4t
The United Upited plted States receives every week weekMN weekof weekSSNO
SSNO MN of fresh guU guUProperly gul gulProperl gdProperly
Properly Amended AmendedPrwnUM AmendcdPt8m AmendedProm
Pt8m Prom PrwnUM lbs PhBMfcfebfe lIIDa elllbk Fits FitsTommy Pre PreTomRl1 PZSWommy
TomRl1 Tommy ommy cried his father you must mustgo mustg mustgo
go g to bed this instant instantNoy InstaRtNo InstntNo
Noy No replied fiveyearold Tommy TommyWhjtts TommyWhts Tommy11Whats
Whjtts Whts that that How Novdare dare you GU say no noto noto noto
to ma1 ma1Sxeuse 1II 3G 3G4ciise r
rse
Sxeuse se me No slrl sold sttl Tommy Tommywith Tommiwit Tommywith
with wit undbnintahed determination determinationBeat detemtlnatJonBest datirminationBest
Best on Earth EarthMr EarthPrf1 EarthP2en
Prf1 the QlsiilsM Leader rMrMr LeaderMr
Mr Poppuh Pep1ftlkAnd And what are your pros prospects prospects prospeete ¬
pects young ouag man manMr mintMr manMr
Mr Popper PopperI I am the favorite ta orlte nephew nephewof n9 hew hewoC
of a wealthy man who Is about nlt to tryto try tryto tryto
to discover discov r the north pole in an au airship rahlp
HEffiffOH SOCIALISM IN THEORY THEORYfo
No fo Rent No Irppcrly 79ve r Owners No NoCommerce NoCommercc NoCommerce
Commerce and No Laziness LazinessFrench LazinessFrtmch LazInessFrench
French Socialists laugh at tho propa propaganda propaganda propaganda ¬
ganda of thfllr tholr socalled brethren in inAmerica IninOriOa n nAm
America Am rloa as so muoh mush and milk milkThese milkThei5 milkT1te86
These French Sdalalista oarry their doe doetrin doctrlu doetrliq
trin trliq to tt the t 1 extreme but most of f us uswould 1lilwould uswould
would find It difficult to distinguish be between between betwoon ¬
tween French socialism or collectivism collectivismas
as the extremists prefer to call it and andplain a aplain sadplain
plain ordinary anarchy anarchyA anarchyA
A Parisian magazine has just been In InInterviewing InIntorvlewing inInterviewing
Interviewing the leading Socialists of ofFrance ofFranca ofFranc
France on the society of the future Their Theirviews T1ae1rviews Theifviews
views were very dissimilar for there are areas areaJa areas
as many definitions of socialism as there therer thereare
are r Socialists S4 ofaUsts but hare are some me of their theirprophooles tit titPIC1plooles theirPropheulee
prophooles prophoolesJean PIC1ploolesJean PropheuleeJean
Jean Crave who has been to prison for forhis forhis Oi OihI
his hI ideas says there will b bt no more pay payin paybig paylug
in big of rent r nt Let I et any IIn man who owns OW1 OW1house a ahouse ahouse
house live in it if it be not larger than thanth tMftth tlsnthe
th the actual necessities n8Ulli of his femlty fn4ulI Qj Qjmand de demand ikmend ¬
mand but It it be larger w er he must give giveup giveup Vt Vtup
up all the rooms he does net need He Heforesees bI bIror Hforesees
foresees ror e a universal rodistrt ro redistribution i8trtbuUon button ef efapartments ofapartments t taPartmts
apartments without any rent to pay payneeds payMe41 payneeds
needs without any 11 rat t te 10Prince pay payPrince Jt3 Jt3Prillft
Prince Kropotkine agrees with him hi end endsays aJMIanTs sad5n3
says 5n3 all 11 land will be cultivated no more moreprivate moreprint moreprivate
private gardens or parks all fences be between between betwerp ¬
tween lots removed wheat cabbages cabbagesand Clt eabbajesand bRp
and potatoes will w l be grown in the parks parkssheep parush park parksheen
sheep sh eS and cattle will be grazing in the thespaces theSPACeII thespaces
spaces in the middle mldd of the blocks no nomore JIGmore nomore
more cro erowdllb waling of the masses mass as no more moreluxuriating moreluxurlatinc moreUxunSaUng
luxuriating in gorgeous spaces for the thecbtsaos thelsses
cbtsaos cbtsaosThere OtIlSUWooThore lsseslhere
ooThore There will be no more property own owners ownore n nonI ¬
ers onI says sny S Princ 1 rtDi > Kropotkine for there therewill therewill
will 111 be no more property propertyEvery peupertEvery
Every man will ill MHid his hi ewft 0 home toemesays homesays
says 78 Jean Grave Tastes will be very verysftnpto veryI8J veryle
sftnpto I8J le ever eeJ7 owe will t1M tII help lIet every eMt eMtetoe ea 00 00else
else a to buildmutual aid te 1 the secret secretof eretof secretof
of to ooomerrow tomorrowmore nierrov nierrovXo
Xo more middlemen dktlMl cries M Dee Deelintere DeeIIniere be beliniere
lintere no more shops abo Our present presentstores presentstoVes
stores 1 8 will be replaced by 1 1 communal communalstores eoIUMu1ten communalCommerce
stores storesCommerce ten
tenComnerce Commerce will disappear says n nHamoa M MHanxm IfHamon
Hanxm We shall buy y bt p cooperation ooepemtiaThis OOopeMleRThis cooperation1his
This This expropriation baa began says 18 M MPs4il NPaul MPail
Paul Brousse You have only to leek leekaround leekarouM lookaround
around to see the department store storeruining storerulnlnJ storeruining
ruining the small shops shopsAll aboPlAll shopeAll
All agree that commerce will vanish vanishbecause van vanb vanishbecause
because b useless with the soldiers wi because becausethere beea beeatbere becausethere
there is no army with the priests be became H HCIUIM because ¬
came there is no church with the otfl otfldals olftclftls offichile
chile because there are no offices officesPrince 0 0PrlllCe otileeiPrince
Prince Kropotkine say sayg Ys time checks will willbe wUIbe willbe
be given for work done all n UK world worldwill werWWilt worldwill
will work and the days day work will wInfeviated be beregulated
i regulated by the State Stat With these time timechecks tiMecheeks thesecheeks
cheeks the workmen will be able to toobtain toobtain toobtain
obtain goods at the communal stores a amen IImeR amen
men will ask for an hours worth of meat meatten meatten meat meatten
ten minutes worth of matches halt an ani IIh anhours
i hours h ur5 worth of tefeacoa t bscov flue mhttttde mhttttdeworth JldMlt JldMltorU misuteeworth
worth of soap soapA SHPA soapA
A man will save in vain says say Jean JeanJaures JHnJaures JeanJaures
Jaures Jaures fo foe savings will bear no Interest Interestand In InaOO Interestand
and inheritances will be suppressed suppressedtherefore ssipprssIdtherefore pprNd pprNdtJaereCore
therefore tJaereCore why save savei saveHow e1 e1How
i How about people who wont work worki workasked workasked
i asked the French journalist tPrlnoe jouniwjtetPrince
j Prince Kropotkine replied that there therewould tberewool therewould
would < be f few w hue lazy persons the tie sons of ofour olOUI ofour
our present rich men me will become chant chauffeur caaufteuu chantfours ¬
feur fours at the service ef the Ot public but butwithout but1thOllt butwithout
without I IM
pay payM
M Jattrae says 12 He who will not notwork JaOtwork notwork
work shall not eat eatJean eatJean eatJean
Jean Grave said any one could hav havthe hay bavthe haythe
the right to walk into any an one elses elsesdiningroom elsesdlnlngroem elsesdiningroom
diningroom take ke a seat t at the tame tameand tawand tableand
and share the meal meall aad not even his histhanks hIthanks histhank
thanks would be demanded demandedM
M I DesNalere DeelIni r predicts no more servants MrvaatsaU servantsall servantsall
all work done d by machinery machineryoMss ekees pot polished potlobed ¬
lobed clothes elotb brushed bru ed dishes lsbMbeds washed washedbeds washedbeds
beds made made all by machinery Ja JaGrave Jeu JeuGrave JtnGrave
Grave adds that the men who 110 perform performthe perf perftile porfurinthe
the necessary 811f3ary but disagreeable duties dutiessqch dtltIeell dutiessuck
ell as street sweeping sewer sew sewaM mendtas mendtasand mndtugand
and so en will 1 receive the highest recom recompense recoinpence lpeftH ¬
pence higher Id ber than doctors or artists artlUAnd
fet Ift intaince intainceAnd AJtOe AJtOeAJMl
And what will be the condition ocmd1t of wo wolan woJaR woman
man manJean lan lanJean
Jean Crave says Woman WOina Will Willher 111 111her cheeee
her own maU mat according aceonIl to her ethical ethicaland ethkalaad ethicaland
and esthetics idea III Wean M Marriage rrig win be bereplacod bentllaeod bereplaced
replaced by an agreement weement between btK two twofree twotree twofree
free beings They Tit will haw 1Ia ehitiren if ifthey Ittbe7 Ifthey
they desire children and they will bring
them the up If they lore them As the child ehitdto I IIs
to a joy lu and as a his subsidence will be beacaured beaMure beaenureil
acaured I think they will have many manychildren maAYehtkllft manychildren
children childrenMarriages ehtkllftJIarrta childrenMarnIsges
Marriages JIarrta said M Hamoa will be beentered 1Mentved beentered
entered into without parental rental authorluntion authorisa authorisation ¬
tion without civil or religious ceremony ceremonya c ca
a simple declaration for the public rec records records roemds ¬
ords will suffie Children will be brought broughtup
up in the family If the family refuse refusethem refusethem I
them the State will take care ear of them themLOWEHS themR i I iI
MR R LOWELLS THREAT THEEATHOTT THREATII01T TEREATHorn
Horn the American Minister 3f1nl ter to Spain SpainUpheld SpainUphehl SpaIntYpheld
Upheld National Dignity DignityThe DIgnit DIgnitTIle DignityThe
The plain evening olag dress which our ourdemocratic eurdemeeraUc ourdemocratic
democratic government requires of our ewrAmbaseadOEs vrAmburiatlora ourAmbomadors
AmbaseadOEs abroad has its disadvantages disadvantagestt
at times In InThe The Practice of Diplomacy DiplomacyJohn Dt DiplomacyJohn lomaCY lomaCYJotm
John W Foster relates an incident incidentwhich Incidentwlttek incidentwhiek
which Lowell told as having hap happened happened happosed ¬
pened to him when he was Min Minister Mlnleter Mm MmInter ¬
Inter at Madrid On the eeeaaton n of ofa ofa ofa
a a royal fete day Xr r Lowell repaired to tothe ttbe tothe
the palace attired in plain evening dress dressas clreeaas dressas
as was the custom of AJPerl American Minis Ministers MtlWiters Ministrs ¬
ters at such ceremonies The TIt carriage of ofthe uCthe ofthe
the Minister ltlnl ter of one of the th republics of ofCentral ofCentral ofCentral
Central America preceded his Owing to tothe
the poverty of its treasury this republic
had accepted the services as its repre representative repreJltaU represeistetis ¬
seistetis sentative JltaU of a retired resident rest eftt Spanish Spanishmercl Spaaalahm8ldtaat Spanishmerchant
mercl merchant at who performed petCor ed gratuitously gratuitouslythe
the light duties of his post because btca of its itssocial Itssoeial Itssocial
social privileges On such occasions the theroyal theroyal
royal stairway famous throughout Europe Europefor Europefor
for its architectural beautytbe pride of ofthe ofthe
the th Spaniards was lined II on each side sl e at atevery atevery
every step st J with the royal guard in gala galauniform galaunlterm galauniform
uniform and at t each of several landings landingsthere Jan lagfij lagfijthete
there was stationed a giant t halberdier halberdierholding habenllerholding halberdiorholding
holding a huge huS medieval battleax battfeaxAs battleaxAs Of OfA
As A Mr Lowell ascended the stairway stairwaythe atalrw7the
the Central American Minister gorgeous gorgeously orgously ¬
ly appareled in brliniuuy brtlUlul goldembroi goldembroidered golclem guMeijebnoldared loI loIdered ¬
dered uniform with jeweled sword was wassaluted wassalute wassaluted
saluted < at t each landIng by the magni magniitcent ma gni gniliceut i iftcent
itcent halberdier with a heavy whack of ofthe oCthe ofthe
the battleax ON the marble pavement pavementwhich Pflvementwl1leh pavementwitich
which resounded through t1a the arches archesAs atC1IeAs archesAs
As Mr Lowell passed the tit landings he hereceived hereceived hereceived
received no attention as he bore bor ne n in insignia laalpla inaignia ¬
signia indicating Indleatl Ids office Although A1tbou A1thouh h a avery every avery
very modest gentleman he was as the theworld Uteworld theworld >
world knows an intense American and andas aDdas andas
as he passed aed from one onelD4Inr landing to an another aoothe1 another ¬
other and heard the echoes of the salutes salutesto
to his colleague preceding him his hispatriotic hispatriotic hispatriotic
patriotic blood began to boll and at the thelast thelast theIat
last landing he addressed the tll halberdier halberdierin
in good Spanish Do you ou knew who I Iarn 1m Iam
arn m 1 Of course the soldier had to re respond re respond nospond ¬
spond 001 I do not Well Well said Mr MrLowell MrLowell MrLowell
Lowell I am the th Minister Plenipoten Plenipotentiary PJenlpotentlIry Pienipotentlary ¬
tiary of the United States of America Americathe Americathe Americathe
the greatest gr ttest nation on earth and nd If you youdont yostdont
dont whack the next time I pass you youI youI youI
I will 11 forget you at Christmas ChristmasBUSINESS Chrlst ChristmasBUSINESS as asBUSINESS
BUSINESS IS BUSINESS BUSINESSBows BUSI BUSINESSflows ESS ESSunows
unows Bows business Y I said to a Inter r I met
White Mil ostfor for a sU Mmll U on the street streetWeil tomtWell
00911 Well semttiaes its twig gII but lit 5 hoppfeg kc kcU1 bemid c cAid
Aid midI U1 U1I
I moMge to mike botk mdI meat meatI
I tpek l119ke to as a aather a cheerful seeing chap
Wbese Vb se life seemed xcdingr exCMdII1 bright briebtHow bpghLn brightBow
How n goes it iU i I atfced a5e nilite as be prenapUy re4ledOh replied repliedOh
Oh Ohmrrthng everything seems ems to be beYecre write r rY rYre
Y Yre Hre l leokiQ < xto r 1teweU ate qte welt te a tinker I said saidVfbeti raJiIWMR raidSi
Vfbeti Si ra I sat beside ia a ear earDont caruD9J1t earDont
Dont take t kt any s ok tock ck in my health he ratted rattedIm rsiIkdIm i
Im fteliiig away bcJw par parM J1IUMr parMy
M Mr tailor I met on a jwomteent JnID street streetOasti street streetOqui
Oasti meraluE I raid Ji yen oa took QkW1Ir otto ottoWkr ok okWhy
Why shouldnt I pear prarl he netted wUfe a smile smileWhen anileWhen
When erery Bnta nea ia tallf r to ftltr ftltroo nutrth Utr UtrAh
oo Ah th h doctor goedmoraiBg iOOdm mla Hew gees it wih wi you rool I
I asked with a smile He oa the sSL sSLOil 5JiOk rid ridoh
Oil oh Im Im EOUJC 1 btt along aI ta Ute sam sem old way wayRisning
Burying Ba t JIixd bud Iwaltli he replied rerIlodII
1 l said i4 to the man who makes makes1ft entonebfles entonebflesIt tonbiles tonbilesIt
1ft It isnt t quite proper p te mnrn mnrnI fl8Wn fmwnI it
I knar knewitsaiiwrseg its d etd ui wiwe he hen1edjthap rented with a poat
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GOING G GOINGABROAD GOINGABROADObservations ING ABROAD ABROADObservations
Observations of a Feminine Rambler
4
An Ideal way to view the RIvleraon RIvleraonthe
the outsideis from the captains bridge bridgeon bridgeOH
on 0 a Medltsrranean steamer The captain captainhimself eaptainblraselt captainhimself
himself am usually supply Inside detail detailespecially detaileepcehtlty detaileapecisily
especially with with18gtlrd regard to Mont Cart CarlO It Ithad ItAad Ithad
had been lens arranged that dlr dJrUy tly we wesighted wesighted e eapte
sighted the French Pre h Mast I was to join jointho jointho jointhe
tho captain and from the depths of hi histeamer hiateamer his hissteamer
steamer chair under his own particular particularHtUe PfiftleularIItUe particularhittl
HtUe hittl awning Jw enjoy II the sight hht Of the theRivleraat thenlvJeraAt theRivieraat
Rivleraat halfmile halt mile range rangeto to a running runningaoewnpaniment ruBBln ruBBlnftOIitInpasahMnt runningnosampanienent
aoewnpaniment of comment from rom a thor t thorougtty Or OrousaJy
ouguty sephietteatea hletlcatea soedog cdogAbout dog dogiteut
About iteut noon thfreforo I daserttd dp Tcttd UM UMdeek tbedeelc thedesk
desk throngs and took up my PY sightly f3f hur po position posltIon P0sitlon ¬
sition The water was incomparably blue Woeand blueand blueeta
and eta as we neared the chore here re the foliage foliagethe foliagetM foliagethe
the mountain 1IIOUntala and the bloemset villas villawere villaswer villaswere
were wer distinct and clear as though the theatmosphere theatalOePMre theataospflere
atmosphere were a chemical that painted paintedId paintedeW paintedow
eW Id and familiar object with 1tb wonderful wonderfulnew won4ertulnew wonderfulnew
new color Everything is deceptive in intfefe Inpert inthis
this part of the wortddlstancea colors colorsmoney co1onlDaOIM7 colorsmoney
money feed and n men n With Vlth the cap captains captain captams ¬
tams tain pet telescope moored to my eye I Ilooked IJ Ilooked
looked J Into secondstory windtwa at Nice Niceand NI NIAnd Nicecad
and beheld women omea manicuring their nails nailsand nailscoIdareamtllJ nailsad
and oeidoreamfag their faces It did didseen didHaP didseem
seen rathar frivolous that a a stoamer stoamerbound stoamerbooDd stoametbound
bound Cor forthe or the Orient should exhibit such suchcuriosity sucheurlotdt suchcuriosity
curiosity eurlotdt HS to press close to the shore sMreaad sisorecii
am aad cii steal Intimate views MwS of family life in InMetatone inMentone
Mentone Monte Carlo Bord BordTgbera gtiera and andSax andSaIl andSan
Sax Rente Rem The villa of the UMBnlprus UMBnlprusqute Brapress BrapressKofenie lfmpressEugenic
Eugenic > was too closely beset by trees treesfor treesfor treesfor
for my gaze sze t tit project to that iietin iietinffutofaed dleUnpb distinguisbid
ffutofaed pb btdys boudoir though one an tint fluttering tintteeing ut uttet1n ¬
teeing tet1n lace curtain at an upper window windowcave whacJovpve windowgave
cave m mp a thrill of Eugenics Eu enles possible possiblenearness OUiblenrnen possiblenearness
nearness and nd I switched wt od off my telescope telescopein Ieecepe IeecepeIn
in quick embarrassment embarrassmentDespite emHrlAMlJlentDapUe embarrassmentDespite
Despite the tll lateness of the season the thecasino Uteentno thecasino
casino at Monte Carlo was the center of ofan oCan ofan
an animated throng of whiteclad women womenand womenand vomenUtI
and men men and the little IIttl trams ran busily busilyfrom busilyfroIft busHyfrom
from hamlet to hamlet while the MArl Maritime MArlthne Marltime ¬
time Alps and the LigHrtan Apennines Apenninesthose Apea ApeathoM Apeesnipesthose
those are lovely names namesfrown8cl frowned down downfrom downfrom downfrom
from their superior heights upon R the thewicked thewlekfld thewicked
wicked little towns that attract the thewealth thewealth thewealth
wealth and culture of all the world and andare UHIare andsre
are as beautiful and fascinating as aswicked aswtelEtIII aswicked
wicked things usually lIy are areI areI areI
I saw w when the Bavarian count had hadhte badfamily hadhis
his family tucked away way in a mountain mountainstronghold mo ntaJntrOD mountainstronghold
stronghold trOD < tw1d and where the baron went wentevery wentevery wontevery
every year ear to hunt the leaping chamois chamoisand cllamoathe chamoisand
and the captain pointed out a tiny ham hamlet hamleiw hamlet ¬
let leiw high hJ b above OspeosJettl where WM a race raceof raceot raceof
of dwarfs still dwell The palm p trees treesla treesI treeshi
la I the gardens ant aua of many ay colors and the theolive tINolive theolive
olive graves induced a sylvan mood quite quiteout quitent quiteout
out of C character with the actual giddiness giddinessof
of the pastimes umes to which they the furnish furnishscenery tumlsbKentry furnishscenery
scenery The only fault I could and with withthis withthts withthis
this embraslve view TI of the Riviera was wasUsat wastbLt wasthat
that It was all too perfect IMKCtteo too Immacu Immaculate hRmCUlatetoo lmusculatetoo ¬
late latetoo too much like a carefully painted paintedcanvas paintedenYas paintedcanvas
canvas Even the coast line was clean cleansand cleanO cleansand
sand polished O rock and burnished drive driveways dnv dnvWAYIi driveways ¬
ways Dirt Is an unknown quantity in inthis Inthis Inthis
this land of 1 sunny axis existence once The upto uptodateness up uptodatenenc to toctateneIE
dateness of the Riviera and the quantities quantitiesof
of paint employed to preserve the pastel pastelshades paatelab pastelshades
shades of the townscape t wJl eae are nothing nethi g m mthe mtM usthe
the world but an effort to outdo nature naturewho natvrewile naturewho
who produced pnHI ced her chefdoeuvre when whenshe wheaabe whenshe
she placed on exhibition the Icwdand Icwdandwa6erscpe JaMaadwaterseape laadandwailerscope
wa6erscpe of the Riviera RivieraThere RlvterLe RlvterLThere
C C e C CThere
There was a glorious moon that night nightand nightalld nightand
and our ttttte group the t e tall German Germanwho GermaJIwho Germanwho
who traveled with a reputation for many manyaiUU manyDti manymilhionsJIls
Dti milhionsJIls aiUU mMs wife wife and three children childrenstarted childrenstarted childrenstarted
started On the Roadjp Mandela and1ay q The TheGerman TheGe TheGermeA
German Ge GermeA version eralo of tho w words rd was waS almost almostas
as fwmjr f fuEi a aa the tune tun tunj j Wfcat Mu t said j I I6o 1 jdo
6o you 10 u Know Kipling in DoutacWandr DoutacWandrNam Deutsdl1endN DeutechiandNehe
Nam N he replied aber ber him him we wekpew know in inChina InCI InChine
China ChinaIt aaIt ChineIt
It developed P8d that this msnae Min1te had a aMvo aDelore aYen
Mvo Yen before his unpronoMncaWe unproltone We name namewhich D mew namewhich
which w ch is th the next best thing to a title titlewa tlUct tlUctwa titlewi
wa engaged m lit a a lucrative business btIstn In InHongkong InHgkong InHoughong
Hongkong and that he ad his attrac attractive attracdve attractive ¬
tive wife knew every one on worth while whilewho Mttewhe whilewho
who h baa s visited the Orient t in the last lastdozen lutcJeaea Instdozen
dozen years yearsOh yearsOh
011 Oh yes 7 put la h the fray ira U in her herbroken herDrok herbroken
broken Drok English we sins songs sot of the theEnglish UteEngllah theEnglish
English and songs of America Have Haveyou Haveyou Haveyou
you ever heard Swinging in the Grape Grapevine Grapeme Grapevine ¬
vine Swing Swla That was written by an anAmerican anIIMricaJt anAmerican
American friend of ours whom we much muchloved MHItloved muckloved
loved but but alas the friend is no more moreUpon moreUpon moreUpon
Upon learning that Jack was not only onlya
a chum but also a fellow elubmate of ofdear ofdr ofdear
dear old Hub Smith the th von Some Somebodies Somebodies Somebodies ¬
bodies immediately JJRftN4Itatel adopted us is as In Inseparable IttHPUaBN Inseparable ¬
separable companions companionsThe comnlonaT1M companionsThe
The frau was full of u ehatty conversa conversation conversaUoa conversetics ¬
tics and had met and entertained the theTaft theTaft theTft
Taft party on its famous trip to the thePhilippines tbePhilippi thePhilippines
Philippines Philippi Of the Washington ladle ladleshe a a8M ladles ladlesshe
she had the most flattering things to say sayand sayand sayand
and her observations and comments upon uponthe 1Inthe uponthe
the courtship of the Nicholas Lengworths Lengworthswere Lengwotthswere I
were delicious deliciousAh deliciousAb cIo cIoAb
Ab that fortunate Princess Aliee Alieesaid AUeeMId All Allsaid
said she she how ho she did enjoy everything
1 never saw a girl so full of high spirits spiritsand QJIrltsAnc1 spiritsand
and with a keener delight in life It must musthare Musthan musthave
hare been love that spread a halo 10 of en enjoyment enjoyment enjoyment ¬
joyment and happiness about everything everythingmere everythinglque everythngnere
mere lque youth outb and health could not have in injected Iftjeetc Iajaded ¬
jaded such energy and gayety into the thePresidents thePratdeat thePresidents
Presidents daughter She was frail to tobehold tobehold t tbehold
behold but ach beta tn how now well ell entertain entertained entertained ¬
ed and entertaining she was wasFew wasPf wasFew
Few Pf girls could e uld have come to a strange strangecountry strugecountry strangecountry
country and offended less against the thelaws thelaws thelaws
laws of foreign etiquette than did your yourPrincess yourPrincess ur urPrlne
Princess s Alice For instance how could couldshe couk coukshe coul4she
she know all the oouos of manner mUlter ac according acconlin cccording ¬
cording conlin to which we establish our stand standards standud standrde ¬
ards ud rde of f gentility So many German Germanladies Germanladla Germanladies
ladies there are in Hongkong society societyand societyand societyand
and each one was ready read to pick a flaw flawin flawIn aw awIn
in the manner of the little American Americanprincess AmericanprIncess Amerlcanprincess
princess We e are so accustomed to find finding AndIng hodlag ¬
ing those flaws in American ladies lRdlesbut lRdlesbutoh ladiesbutoh but butoh
oh I do beg pardon for the remark You Yousee YouMe Yousee
see If a young girl enters a room where wherethere wherethere wherethere
there are older ladies present and she sheoccupies sheoccupleo sheoccupies
occupies a seat upon u the couch eeuchwbleh which is isthe Isthe isthe
the place of honorable dignity dlgnltthen then she sheoffends sheoihn sheoflendi
offends oihn very much The T e couch is the thescat theJIea theseat
scat JIea t that should be accorded to the eldest eldestlady e1 eldestlady 1estlady <
lady present presentAgain presentooAgaln presentAgain
ooAgaln Again If a young girl walks with two twoladles twoladles twoladles
ladles she must be careful that the eld eldest eldest skiest ¬
est te in the middle Now tell me me how hewdid howdid howdid
did your our Princeee Prl cMEJ Alice happen to know knowthese knowtbeee knowthese
these things and steer clear of making makingthe I makingthe kinS kinSthe
the grand mistakes of her country countrywomen eountryWOtDeR1 countrywomen ¬
women womenPerhaps WOtDeR1 WOtDeR1Perhaps womenPerhaps
Perhaps it was Roosevelt RooeveIt luck I Isuggested 1suggest Isuggested
suggested suggest cl but the th frau shook her head headincredulously hoadlnerec1u18UsIY headIncredulously
incredulously incredulouslyThere lnerec1u18UsIYThere IncredulouslyThere
There wore Cfe but two things that your yourPrinceee yourPrlnceee yourPrincess
Princeee Alice did wrong rong continued the thefrau t1tefrau th thfrau
frau and it was at a tiffin party She Sheate Shft Shftala Sheate
ate her soup SOU from the side of the th spoon spoonand spoonand spoonand
and her frozen pudding with a fork forkOh rk rkOk
4 Oh come Interrupted Jack you youoeuklnt youlMJuklnt youcouldnt
oeuklnt expect exp et an American to do any anything anytiling anythIng ¬
thing tilingI else elseI elseI
I sighed over the uselessness of dis disputing dls dlstinS disputing ¬
puting tinS this th pointor OInt r side sldeof of the spoon spoonquestion spUonq spoonquestIon
question q estfon for I had already covered the theground tlIegr theground
ground gr witn the heir doctor the baron baronand bRronand baronand
and the count You cannot convince a aGorman aGOrman aGerman
Gorman GOrman that pudding and pie and oako oakoand oakeRd eakeand
and Rd lee cream are eaten more elegantly elegantlywith oIgantbwith elegantlywith
with a fork than with a spoon for they theyhave t1 t1have theyhave >
have been brought up from early infancy infancyby inf4lncy1y Infancyby
by spoon and by spoon gpoo they will con continue continue continue ¬
tinue to feed the interior department of ofGermany ofGen ofGermany
Germany Gen any for all time to come The Theheight Theheight Theheight
height of German good manners is to in inject Inject Inject ¬
ject soup SOU into the mouth from the point pointof po poIntof nt ntof
of the largest spoon made madePrincess madoPr1ness madePrincess
Princess Alice did well when she came cameoff cameoff cameoff
off with this modicum of criticism from froma
a German lady of high degree degreeAnd degreeAnd degreesass
sass sassAnd
And now I approach an exalting o QIUng episode episodeof
of the voyage VD ynge ge Jack TaelStIys says Dont write
it Joan nobody Is going to believe beItev that thatyarn thatyant thatyarn
yarn but Its going down on paper pa er If It Itdoesnt Itctoesnt itdoesnt
doesnt go down with the possible po tble 1bIo readers readersof rder rderof resderof
of those memoirs memoirsJust mentttrsJUlt memoirsJust
Just off the heights f Cape Metethe Metethesignal M Molethesignal Nthe Nthegnal
signal gnal station to Genoa GentJte the person PfJIWfi an answering a aswrl answonhig ¬
swering swrl to the only Awerteaa name be besides be be8htas beMiles ¬
sides our own on the pcwscnger ser Met 1Iet made madehis madeIa madehis
his Ia appearance D rnte We W hud ON cmo to t regard regardthis JV JVthis rqordthis
this Hew York 101 geattemea i tIeIMa f A a mytanpr JltYtla t a abooked aboeked aboOked
booked passenger left behind but here bet in inthe InUse Snthe
j the middle of tile MedJttrnwww M he made madea Bd Bda
j a dashing appearance tlUJCDae on duck d clc in the thecompany beeompany thecompany
company of a sNeadM lledM big St Bernard Bernardthat BerMUUaat Bernardthat
that had been the tA terror of r my dMfcsbjmd dMfcsbjmdupon dOlbehOOdupon dH atnd atndQPGb
upon several r 1 occasions occasionsThe oeea oeeaThe eocaiohThe
The New ew Yorker wa wq U the real article in inthe Inthe inthe
the way wa of a sport One had only 1 t tat to look lookat lookat
at him to make sure su of o the fact I Ilne imag imagine i ibe ¬
ine he had put to sea to recuperate from frsman f19man froman
an extra station ef dissipation DR but fcow fcowftver lt Iowever w wftver
ftver that may be be was handsome haad fit fitand fitud fitand
ud dar w when be cemo among UI UtIud UIand
and It wasnt strange that be awl Jak Jaktook J Jtook Jqsktook
took to each other ot Immediately ImmediatelyThe ImmediatelyThe teJT teJTTile
The first arte aner attezuosii aoc of his appearance appMl1IDeltho app raacs raacstho
tho two men got into a discussion cncu atomt atomtwhat ahtttWftat aboutwhat
what sort of provecatioa yrocoetl u a would step tp a amall ainch t tJINII1
mall steamer going at full speed TIM ThtNew TIMNew TheNew
New Yorker MM W A man orfrttacd teu1 ol olcourse oScetUIe 01coons
course courseJack cetUIeJl coonsJack
i
Jack Jl k agreed but t insisted inelvt then times would woyiino bo bono bono
j no chance of recovering the mm m mThe alive aliveThe aKf8Tlt
The New Yorker thought otherwise ot en1Iie that thatany tllatan thatany
any an one who could swim might be rM rMcued riocued rio rescued ¬
cued notwithstanding JIOtwlt taDcliftK u te time ft WMIId WMIIdrecuire woJrequire wo ld ldrequire
require to stop ato the ship lower ft boat and androw androw ci cirow
row back to the scene of the accident accidentJack aeeldentJack accidentJack
Jack stuck to his point nt and an merely to toprove wpr8Ye toprove
prove his snorting erthig thI blood the New New1orker NewYorker NewYorker
Yorker said Now heres here my dog ctos4IId ctos4IIdthe dogenttthe and andthe
the dog looked his master full in the aye ayewith ayewith e ewith
with the devotion that only a dop d ° r can cantookI GallIoekI canleek
tookI leek love him tetter than t ton anything anythingon
on earth but I would take the chance cha of ofthrowing oftbrowing ofthrowing
throwing him overboard overb ard in the Arm belief beHefthat belieftbat beliefthat
that the captain would wo ld stop 1 the sfcfa Itfdpaftd Itfdpaftdget > andget and andget
get him back for me meIll MeIll meIll >
Ill wager watK the captain would Iei not BOtthe stop stopthe stopthe
the ship for a dog but if he b iU Ill Illdouble IlldouBle Illdovble
double the wager that you wouldnt t get getthe getthe getthe
the dog back alive alive answered Jack JackThe JaekThe JackThe
The thought l1toug t drifted lazily through my mymind lilYnalltd mymind
mind that the conversation eoRV I88tlon was getting gettingfoolish ettisgfooiish ug ugCoolish
foolish and just then the New Yorker Yorkershouted YorkerlhfMtted Yorkershouted
shouted out outDone eutooDone outDone
Done One theuaaad dollars on the theships theablps theships
ships stopping EtOPPl two thousand that I re recover recover recover ¬
cover the doc aUve altveThere aUveThen aUveThere
There was a moments struggle at the thenJI UtenJI theFiji
nJI then over oy < went the great animal animalThe aimalrho 1 1The
The sight made my brain 1It reel it TOM so soworse sowone soworse
worse than brutal A groan of horror horrorwent IIoITorwent horrorwent
went up u from every one who bad wit witneaeed wttn e enesee4
neaeed n the be inhuman UiIMD action Somebody Somebodyshouted So Somebodyshouted
shouted Man overboard OyerttoenlI beRev it itwas Itwas itwag
was the stern watch watcbancl and then a greater greatertragedy greatertraCedy greatertragedy
tragedy occurred and an with such mere 11ICI8dIble mereible incredible ¬
ible speed d that onlookers were powerless powerleseto 8 8to
to intervene The New Yorkers face faceblanched facebltuJche faceblanched
blanched as th the St Bernard w went nt over overthe overtbe overthe
the side In a twinkling he had slipped slippedoff slippedoff slippedoff
off his coat and shoes hOell mounted trie t rail railand ra11ancI intland
and with an agonized a cry of 0 God my inydog mydog mydog
dog he too plunged into the sea seaConsternation seaColUltenuctIon seaConsternation
Consternation prevailed bells rang the theawful theawful theawful
awful stillness of a lifeand lIteandeetJI lIteandeetJIJle ooath sUng struggle sUnggb ¬
gle gb against the forces of nature enveloped envelopedthe eavelopedthe envelopedthe
the ships company comp ay and crew The latterunder latterunder latter latterunder
under the command of the calm and force forceful forceful forceful ¬
ful captain worked with 1ncaJe Incalculablespeed incalculable incalculablespeed blble blblespeed
speed but to me It seemed hours before beforethe beforethe > eore eorethe
the lowered boat made headway toward towardthe towardthe towardthe
the distant spot not on the blue ocean where whereI 08 08I
I had ceased to obeerve any unusual ttmtsoalcommotion unusualcommotion aa1 aa1e9mmoUon
commotion of oCthe the waves wavesIt wavesIt wavesIt
It is not a pretty story and no one but butan butan butan
an actual daredEvil and a gambler sa lcr with withfate Wlthfate withfate
fate would w 1 have survived the nt mad atetion atetionAs QU4JaAs etiqeAs
As it was was they the thebrought brought bro t the man and the thedog thedog thedog
dog safely Mtel on board Neither was mlleh mllehthe mustekthe ni ch chthe
the worse for the experience except that thata t t ta
a stronger bond than ever seemed see d to tounite tounite tounite
unite the two The captain said that in innine Innine Innine
nine oases oa a out of ten it would have b ve been beena beencue
a ease of death instead of rescue that thatseamen tlMtseamen thatseamen
seamen frequently fell overboard rd and andwere andere andwere
were ere sucked down by the force Of the thestern Ustern thestern
stern screws that steamers going at full fullspeed tunspeed fullspeed
speed seldom effect a rescue rescueIt reecueIt rescueIt
It required a madly impulsive action actionlike actionUke ationlike
like the foregoing to prove to the New NewYorker 1ewYorker NewYorker
Yorker how much he loved his dog G The Thoepisode Tho ThoepbJode Theepisode
episode cheated me out of sundry lovely lovelypurchases JGelyre loslypurchases
purchases re < s I intended making in Italy It Itcured Itcured Itcured
cured Jack of the betting habit habitThat habitThat We WeTMt
That bone of fleshladen eshI contention the thedachshund tQedaelulhuftd thedahohund
dachshund robbed me of tIIefun the full enjoy eajorracnt en enraeat enjoymast
mast of the captains dinner the night be before 1te 1tefore before
fore we reache4 Genoa Gen a Jack said Now ulowpIeue Nowplease Newplease
please settle the question once for all allmade alAre allAre
Are we going eft 10 Chine or 1NL have ve you leUmade youmade
made up your mind to stop here In Italy Italyand Italyand Italyand
and take t ke the first steamer honest forholM for forhome forhome
home in order that your children may mayhave DMlYhAve mayhave
have that redicutous onestory ry dog in an another another atmother ¬
other two weeks WeeksI T TI
I agreed that the Orient would net Detbet DetbetWorth netbeworth ba baworth
worth while with 1th Kaiser on the leash leashyet l leashyet tlS tlSyet
yet I hated to give up joeshouses jHs OUSoo and andGeisha aftdGels andGeisha
Geisha a girls girkend rk and silk kfmonoe kimg oq It It8 is s queer queerhow u er erhow ertow
how providence I eDC intervenes InttiV te solve IOI oIv dim difficult dimt dimcult ¬
cult t problems We were just through throughwith t1arou throulmwith h hIth
with Ith the toasts toasts and the speeches and the theilluminated thelIlumlnatoo theIlluminated
illuminated Ice cream creamwhich which distinguish distinguishthe h hthe
the captains dinner tlhtnwheft when the pilot pU t earns eamoon earnson moJ moJn
on n board and there was a general generalscramble generalseMble generalscramble
scramble seMble for letters The first one I Iopened Iopened Iopened
opened was a grandmotherly mothertr wail that thatthe t thatthe at atthe
the Children all had measles measlesunlQas unless it itwas Itwas Itwas
was smallpox a1lpox the ra nb h wasnt fully ful out outyet eutetnd outyetand
yet yetand etnd and that a foregone trip to China Chinawould Clthlwould Chln Chlnwould
would be b appreciated from us more than thantonnages thantonnages ntonnages
tonnages tonnages of Oriental gifts giftsHere giftHere giftsHere
Here was China presented ted for my de decision decision decision ¬
cision as a foregone trl tn by unhappy unhappyrelatives ua unhappyrelatIves lappy lappyrelatives
relatives at home and by the lord ef e my m mbosol11
bosom aa a oodog doggone > gone trip
Without apprising Jack of the ceatwtg ceatwtgof centtof
of my letter I approached apIH08ehed him with dig dignity dignity dignity ¬
nity and remarked Jack the 8 ties ef efmotherhood ormoth ofmotherhood
moth motherhood rheod are drawing me meM home If its itsall Jtaall Itsall
all the same to you well take the thedachshund t thedachhund e edAchs
dachshund dAchs und back to the children ehiJdr and re reserve reserve noserve ¬
serve China for next year yearAXOTHHtt yearA1OTHBR yearANoiuin
AXOTHHtt CHAPTER NBXT N WHBK WHBKTelling WBEKTelling wuniaTelling
Telling the Truth TruthNorman TruthNorman TruthNorman
Norman Hapgood says the Buffalo BuffaloEn BuffaloEnquirer En Enquirer Enquirer ¬
quirer was discussing American news newspapers nespapers newspapers ¬
papers It is s not enough that our papers papersshould P8P papersshould 8 8should
should toll the truth be said Truth Truthtelling TruthtJ1hlg Truthtolling
telling in itself Iff not particularly lywlse lywlsenor wise wisenor wisenor
nor praiseworthy praiseworthyThus praJsoworUnThus pralsowothyThus
Thus a young man called on a young younglady jOUJSlady younglady
lady one spring morning very earty He Hehud Hehtd Rehit
hud hit his big automobile along alo gII H wanted wantedto wantQdtQ wantedto
to give the young lady a morning spin spinthrough spinthrough Pln PlnthrQ
through thrQ gh the e country countryA
A little girl the young ladys rnlaoe rnlaoeanswered nlooeanswerer1 niooeanswered
answered the ball ballIs
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00 Is your our auntie laf In r said the young yottagman youngman OtlS OtlSroan
man manYes
Yes Ye sIr said the tJt ha little girl girlThats girlTbals gIrlThats
Thats good Where Wber Is shr shG he waist weaton weRtU waiston
on
U Shes upstairs said the little UU1 girl glV1n glV1nher girlinher In Inher 1
her nighty looking over the balustrade balustradeFrom balustra balustdeOur Oo OoOur
Our crMlon crMlonProm crn1onlrom
From the Ixwisiflle OowiocvIwnuL OowiocvIwnuLTo iwjjr iwjjrTo IQI1IAL IQI1IALTo
To what do you ou owe your Immense Immensefortune fl1lmeniefortune Imrnen e efortune
fortune inquired the Japanese tourist touristTo te ttiritTo rl rlTo
To my dishonorable ancestors estes itn itnswored an answored p pswored
swored the American millionaire with an anexpansive anexpans anexpansive
expansive expans t smile smileS
I Pilled FilIcePrim Filledmeet PilledFr
Fr Prim m the Clerotend C1 nd I Plain l fii Dealer DetkrThey DealerThey DealerThey
They tell nie me there are 16 several Inter Interesting luterosUngromonceSO Interesting ¬
esting osUngromonceSO romances oenmjcted Ari cted with that sky skyscraper skyscraper skyscraper ¬
scraper over there therVTm thereIm
Im not not surprised surpris d It seems to be full fullof fullof u 1ot f
of stories storiesOf
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