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one of the fine imported mmjbers mmjbersfrom nsnnberafrota
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Viola dolls 100 100This
This is the last call Less than 1000 left leftAliss leftI1ss leftMlsa
Aliss I1ss Viola is a doll designed to give pleasure and well be sorry if you ou are aredisappointed aredisappointed aredIsappointed
disappointed In securing one of these pretty pratt favorites with which to make some somelittle somelittle somelittle
little girl happy on Christmas morning Please remember we s sell ll about two hun hundred hundred hundred ¬
dred or more of these every day then youll understand why wh we say make your yourselection yourselection yourselection
selection tomorrow tomorrowMiss to tomorrowMiss morrow morrowMiss
Miss Viola is 24 inches tall ball baUjolnted jointed thruout hasclosing eyes e es and is the thevery thevery thevery
very best and largest 100 doll offered anywhere
European uropean Diplomats DiplomatsSee See Danger of ofUprising ofUprising ofUprising
Uprising Among Blacks BlacksGerman BlacksGerman BlacksGcrmnn
German East Africnt Africa Congo nnd nnd3Ioor nndUoor andloor
3Ioor loor Districts All Filled with vrlthUnrest withUnrct withUnrest
Unrest and Dissatisfaction DissatisfactionLondon DbsntIlrncUononden DissatIsfactionLondon
London onden Dee S SoThe The question of the re rela relat18ns relatns
la lat18ns tlens botween the white race and men menof menot menof
of other oolors is nearly a worldwide worldwidoagitatton worldwldongltatl4tn worldwideagltattsn
agitatton at the present moment It oc occupies occapias OCcelpies ¬
cupies the public mind in England Ger Germany GerDIIlnyBalgium Germany ¬
many DIIlnyBalgium Belgium France and Spain and andits andIts andIts
its problems are absorbing the attention attentionof
of the government of those countries countriesThe countrIesThe countriesThe
The Congo question has now passed passedfrom passedfrom passedfrom
from the stage of sentimental discussion discussioninto discussionInto discussionInto
into a serious International issue It seems seemsprobable seemsprotiable seemsprotiable
protiable that despite the scathing con condemnation condemnation condeennatlon ¬
demnation of King Leopold in the Bel Belgium Belgium Delglum ¬
gium Parliament it is doubtful if genu genuine genuine genuinn ¬
ine reforms will be voluntarily adopted adoptedwhieh adopedwideh adoptedwhich
which will JeAd Great Britain to abandon abandonher abfln abandonher on onher
her declared intention to Intervene in be behalf behalf Jaehalf ¬
half of the natives Then we shall hal1 see seethe seethe seethe
the first serious serlo s test of the AngloFrench AngloFrenchentente AngloFrencheutente AngloFrencheutente
eutenteIt eutenteIt eutente ententeIt
It has happened In all previous Interna International International intornational ¬
tional attempts to deal with the Congo Congoquestion Congoqllestlon Congoquestion
question that France has been supported supportedby supportedby supportedby
by Germany There Is little doubt that thatGermany thatG thatGermany
Germany G rman will continue c t1nue to oppose any in interference InterCerence interference ¬
terference by the powers The British Britishpolicy Britishpolicy Britishpolicy
policy of some form of intervention has hasboon hasboon hasboon
boon only vaguely mentioned by Sir Ed Edward Edward Edward ¬
ward Grey the foreign minister but the theFrench theFrench theFronch
French attitude on the question has not notyet nott notyet
yet t been indicated indicatedIf
If the Clemenceau government reverses reversesthe reyersesthe reversesthe
the former position and supports Groat GroatBritain GroatBritain GreatBritain
Britain then for the first time the world worldwill worldwill worldwill
will realize the momentous farreaching farreachingimportance farreachingimportance farreachingImportance
importance of that recent regrouping of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the powers which has changed the direc direction dlrecfon direction ¬
tion fon of modern political history historyFrance hIstoryFrance historyFranceand
France Franceand and andSpoln Spain are on the eve of ex exeoution exeoutiQJl exeoutlQg
eoution of their mandate to reduce the theturbulent theturbulent theturbulent
turbulent Moors to order and there is isevery iseery Isevery
every indication that their task is more moreformidable moreormldoble moreformidable
formidable than the delegates to the theAlgeolras theAlbeolra theAlgeciras
Algeolras conference c nforence expected Rough Roughwork Roughwork Roughwork
work v approaching war on a small scale scaleseems scal scalse scaleseems
seems se ms probable Germany watches with withjealous withjealOus withjealous
jealous eye but apparently she has no nointention noIntntIon nointentIon
intention of making the task more diffi difficult difficult dliiicult ¬
cult by real fe l or threatened Interference InterferenceGermany interferenceGermany
Germany indeed has a race scandal of ofher otber ofher
her own of the blackest description No Nostory NostOry Nostory
story of the Congo of Russian ante antebellum nntebeUum antebellum ¬
bellum atrocities in Manchuria can com compare compare cornpare ¬
pare in horror with that told in the theBelijhstag theRelQhstag theRetqhstag
Belijhstag this week by Herr Bobql the thesocialist theliocl thesocialist
socialist liocl llst leader He described the ex ¬
termination of whole villages in South SouthAfrica SouthAfrica SouthAfrica
Africa by German troops who massacred massacredadults massacredadults massacredadults
adults and then drowned the children in inthe Inthe inthe
the river The most that the government governmentcould governmentcould governmentcould
could say In reply was that there had hadbeen h hadbeen d dbeen
been abuses but that thevworst the ¼ worst reports reportshad reportshad reportshad
had been exaggerated exaggeratedThe exaggeratedThe exaggorateThe
The whole race question throughout throughoutAfrica throughoutArrlca throughoutAfrica
Africa has become one of appalling app lUng seri seriousness seriousness seriousness ¬
ousness Europe is determined to rule rulethat rulethat rulethat
that continent and the great problem of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the treatment of the native races must mustbe mU vauntbe t tbe
be speedily settled The Spectator to today toda3 today ¬
day truthfully says that there is positive positivedanger posltivodanger positivedanger
danger lest the whole native population populationof
of Africa should become penetrated with witha
a dread and hatred of white men menIt menIt menIt
It Is reported from many quarters that thatthis thatthis thatthis
this feeling is already betraying Itself Itselfthroughout Itseltthroughout itselfthroughout
throughout the vast dominion of the theCongo theCongo theCongo
Congo Free State and it may easily easilyspread easilysprend easilyspread
spread southward and northward till the theentire theenUre theentire
entire continent of Africa Is filled with a ahostility ahosti1tt ahostility
hostility hosti1tt to Europe resembling that which which which3Ci0
300 years ago undermined the ascendency ascendencyof cendencyof
of the triumphant Spanish monarchy monarchySERvTAS 11onarchySERVIAS monarchysEBvrAs
Conduct of Crown Prince May Jny Result ResultIn ResultIn Resultin
In New Dynasty DynastyLondon DynnlltyLondon DlnastyLondon
London Dec S SThJ 5The The unrest In Servla ServlaIs ServinIs
Is rapidly rapl ly increasing and there is rea reason reason rcason ¬
son to fear another dynastic upheaval upheavalIn
In this turbulent little kingdom in the thenear thenear thenear
near future The plot to place a foreign foreignprince foreignprince foreignprince
prince on the throne has entirely fallen fallenthrough fallenthrough fallenthrough
through but It is being revived In a new newdirection newdlr newdirection
direction dlr ctlon There Is no danger of another anotherregicide anotherrcgldde anotherreghlde
regicide but It is quite likely that at King KingPeter KlnSPeter KingPeter
Peter will long retain this throne The Thestories Thestories Thestories
stories about the crown prince and his hiscruelty hiscruelt hiscruelty
cruelty cruelt increase every day dayCourt da daCourt dayCourt
Court functionaries resign on the plea pleaof pleaor pleaof
of ill health but the truth soon leaks leaksout leaksout leaksout
out that the conduct of the crown prince princeIs
Is unfavorable A startling bit of news newsthis newsthis newsthis
this week Is that two gendarmes who whowere whowere whowere
were on duty at the palace mysteriously mysteriouslydisappeared mystcriousldisappeared mysteriouslydisappeared
disappeared disappearedSUGGEST disappearedSUGGEST disappearedSUGGEST
Letters Urge Ur e His Appointment to Va Vacant Vncnnt Vucant ¬
cant Post in Washington WashingtonLondon WnshlngtonLondon WashingtonLondon
London Dec 8 8The The latest name men mentioned mentioned mentioned ¬
tioned In connection with the British Am Ambassadorship Amb Ambassadorship ¬
bassadorship b sadorship to Washington is Lord Des Desborough Desborough Desborough
borough but this however is only one oneof oneof oneof
of the many names before the foreign of office otfice oflice ¬
fice Evidence of the universal Impor Importance Importance Importance ¬
tance attached to the appointment is a aconstant aconsta aconstaVt
constant consta t stream to the foreign office of ofhundreds orhundreds ofhundreds
hundreds of letters from all parts of the theglobe theI theglobe
globe urging the claims of various public publicmen pUblicmen publicmen
I men Many Iany of these letters favorably favorablymention tavorablymention favorablymention
mention Mr SpringRice the first secre secretary secreI seemtary ¬
tary of the British Embassy at Saint Pe Petersburg Petersburg Pctersburg ¬
I tersburg The foreign office however howeverrefuses howcyerretu howeverrefuses
refuses retu es to be hurried and declares it will willtake wllJI willStake
I Stake nomination take its time over such an important importantnomination Importantnomination importantnomination
Only 13 more buying days before Christmas Christmas8th
8th ST PA Ave AveTHE
We announce today the years most sensational suit sale salewomans sakEvery V I
Every womans tailored suit in our store storeThat stor storeoffered r roffered
offered in in a big reducedprice sale saleThat
That means more than 1000 suits in the seasons best styles and most favored materials highclass in every everylarge respect rcspe t at atlarge t tlargereductionswith
large largereductionswith jreductions jeductionswith with more than three hundred of these suits suits from which whichyou whichyou < r ryou
you may choose at half former prices pricesThis 1
This is the annual clearing sale saleusually usually not held until the middle of January Weve Vif eve had so many special purchase purchaselots lots that the selling sellingof seltihgof V 7 I Iof
of regular lines has been affected When Then it was decided to hold the sale nearly two months ahead of time we took up the matter of reductions reductionsQuick reductionsQuick fri
Quick Q uick clearance is the best bestso so weve not hesitated Pricecutting has been done in earnest with a view to the quickest clearing sale weve ever everhad everhad everhad
had Practically all of the wearing season is ahead aheadJanuary January is hardly more than the beginning of winter Positively not a tailored suit suithas suithas suithas
has been reserved Not an exception has been made madeYou madeYou madeYou
You cannot remember a sale of such great importance importanceIn v vIn
In the space available but a mere suggestion o ot the individual lots can be given Without a doubt jf if youve ouye fancied any suit here youll youllbe youllbe oul1 oul1be
be able to get your size at onethird or onehalf off what you would have had to pay
Womens 150 150velvet 150velvet 150velvet
velvet costumes costumesreduced costumesreduced costumesreduced
reduced to to75OO
We shall sell 150 and 200 200tomorrow 200flannelette 200flannelette
flannelette wrappers wrapperstomorrow
tomorrow for 98c 98cTheyll 98cTheyH 98cTheyll
Theyll be on the first floor bargain tables tablesmaking making an additional rea reason reason rcason ¬
son for haste These Wrappers V rappers are made of the very best material materialcut materialcut materialcut
cut full with deep flounce and yoke in pleated pleat effect No one would wouldask wouldask wouldask
ask for better workmanship They are lined to the waist and all allseams allseams allseams
seams are felled felledChoice felledChoice fe1IedChoice
Choice of a good variety of colorings and designs including small smallfigures smallfigures smallfigures
figures stripes and Persian effects effectsBOOKSNearly effectsBOOKS
BOOKSNearly BOOKS Nearly fr half halfA
A sale of standard sets setsNow setsNow setsNow
Now is the time to buy sets for Christmas presentation The very verysets verysets verysets
sets one on most wants are too hard to find during the rush of the last lastweek lastweekp lastweekphaps
week weekp weekphaps perhaps rhaps you know it from experience
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Charles Dickons DickonsLlbrnry Library cloth bind binding bindbig ¬
big 15 vein Worth 600 600for 65 389 389BulwerL QQ
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Alexander Dumas DumasExtra Extra cloth bind binding bindlag ¬
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Sr Walter Scott ScottExtra Extra cloth bound boundr
12 r vols Worth t 900 5598 598
Wife of Prof Burgess Is Praised by byGerman byGerman byGerman
German Empress EmpressCopies EmpressCopies EmpressCopies
Copies the Old Masters and Permits PermitsPoor PermitsPoor PermitsPoor
Poor Youths in America to toStudy toStudy toStudy
Study Her Work WortBerlin WorkEerUn WorkBerlin
Berlin Dec 8 SMrs Mrs Burgess the wife wifeof wifeof ifa ifaof
of Prof Burgess of Columbia University Universitywho Univerliltywho Universitywho
who is copying works of art Industriously Industriouslyin Industrlousl Industrlouslin
in Berlin galleries aroused the special in interest Intorest iflterest ¬
terest of the Empress in an Informal in interview IntervIew Interview ¬
terview at Wilhelmshohe when she gave gavean guvean gavean
an acount of her practice of spending each eachsummer eachsummer eachsummer
summer in Europe engaged in this occu occupation occupation occupation ¬
pation In continental galleries the results resultsof resultsot resultsof
of which she adds to her large collection collectionIn
In America AmericaMrs America1Irs AmericaMrs
Mrs Burgess hopes by the collection collectionto
to stimulate Interest In the old masters on onAmerican onAmcrlCftn onAmerican
American students who are too poor to tocome tocome tocome
come to Europe The Empress expressed expressedherself expressedhorselt expressedherself
herself as highly pleased wih what she shacalled shecalled sheca1tl
called 4tho the beautiful philanthropic philanthropicproject phllnnthroplcprOJecL philanthropicproject
project projectProf prOJecL prOJecLProto projectProf
Prof Burgess says it is still quite in indefinite Indefinite Indefinite ¬
definite whether he will lecture at Bonn BonnUniversity BonnUnhersfty BonnUniversity
University He will not know himself himselfuntil himselfuntil himselfuntil
until spring springAmerican springAmerican prIngAmerIcan
American musical talent won a victory victoryof victoryof
of a very special kind here at the Singa Singakademie Singakademle Singakademie
kademie when Edward Stillman Kelley Kelleyformer Kelleyformer Kelleyformer
former professor of the musical depart department departm ¬
ment m mt nt of Yale and composer of the mu musical musical munical ¬
sical setting for the drama Ben Hur Hurreceived Hurr Hurreceived
received r celved an ovation on the first produc production production poduction ¬
tion of an original orchestral composi composition composition composttion ¬
tion before bero a large German audience audiencewhich audiencewhich audiencewhich
which included the severest musical critics criticsof criticsot criticsof
of the Berlin musical world worldThe worldThe worldThe
The concert differed dhrer d from those usually usuallygiven usuaU usuaUgiven usuallygiven
given by American artists arUstsln in Berlin as it itwas ItW itwas
was W S organized by the celebrated Royal RoyalChamber RoyalChamber RoyalChamber
Chamber of Music Society of Berlin Berlinwhich BeUnwhich Berlinwhich
which recognized the composition as hay liavIng hayIng haying
Ing special merits meritsWants m meritsWants xits xitsWnntM
Wants Mail Time Shortened ShortenedLondon ShortenedLondon ShortenedLondon
London Dec 8 8John John Hennlker Heaton HeatonM HeotonM HeatonM
M P the author of many improvements improvementsin
in postal arrangements will ask the post postmaster postmaster postmaster ¬
master general in the House of Com Commons Commons Cornmons ¬
mons on December 11 whether he will willmake willmake wiltmake
make Fishguard Harbor on the North NorthPembroke NorthPembroke NorthPembroke
Pembroke coast a place of call for mall mailboats mallboats mallboats
boats Inasmuch as s it will enable Amer American Amerlean Amerlean ¬
lean and other mails to be delivered in inLondon InLondon inLondon
London in six hours less time than now nowFlshguard nowFlshguard nowFlshguard
Flshguard is the Great Western Rail Railways Ranways Railways ¬
ways new port p rt for Ireland
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Sir Walter SWUrEdltton S uEdltkm de luxe 24 24t 2 2t
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Grotes History Hl of Greec GreeceI 12 vols volsred volsf8 volsred
red buckram p bioding 1 13ia Worth Worth3l 450 450Gibbons
3ia 3l f8 for forGibbons forGibbons
Gibbons Decline and Fall of the Ro Roman Ror Roman ¬
man Empire Emptro6 6 vote Worth CO 225 225Plutarchs or
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Plutarchs Lives LhesE LivesEdited Edited lted by Clough 5 5t 5r 5t 5S
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History of the English People PeopleBy By J JRichard JRichard JRichard
Richard Green 4 vols in Incloth Cl c11 69 < Q Qcloth
cloth Worth 250 2 I for forMotleys l Qy QyMotleys
I Motleys Rise of the Dutch Republic RepubllcI
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London Outlook Comments on Presi President Prcaldent Presidents ¬
dents dent Unique llecommcndntlon llecommcndntlonLondon UeeomJl1cnIntionLondon flecornniendationLondon
London Dec 8 SAmon 3Among Among the great mass massof massof massof
of comment on President Roosevelts Rooseveltsmessage ROOlMeltsme Rooeevettsmoasage
message me Mge this week it is probable prob ble that an anarticle anarticle anarticle
article in todays Outlook best repre represents reprcIiMmts ropreseats ¬
seats the English opinion when it says saysPresident S8SPresident saysPresident
President Roosevelt for whom there thereis thereis thereis
is a right and a wrong in everything and andwho andwho andwho
who can hardly bardl concleve of a proposition propositionhaving propositionhaving propositionhaving
having more than two sides to It is a apreacher apreacher apreacher
preacher by necessity But it on Its Itsphilosophical Itsphllosopblcal itsphilosophical
philosophical side his message had an al almost almost almost ¬
most automatic familiarityof tamUlQrity f manner Its Itsmatter Itsmatter itsmatter
matter the programme it outlined and andtho andtho andthe
tho suggestions embodied were w re for the themost themost themost
most part as novel as they the were striking strikingWe strikingWe strikingWe
We refer ribt I t to any specific proposal proposalthough proposalthough proposalthough
though his advocacy of an inheritance inheritancetax Inheritancetax inheritancetax
tax marks the beginning of a revolution revolutionin
in the social finance of tho United States Statesbut Statesbut Statesbut
but to the general tone of the message messageNever messageNeer messageNever
Never before bus a a President so sostrongly sOstrongly sostrongly
strongly emphasized the inadequacies of ofan ofan ofan
an eighteenthcentury constitution in the theface theface theface
face of twentiethcentury twentlethcentul conditions and andhis andhis aridhis
his insistence is I all the more significant significantfor
for being in a measure oblique and un unconscious unconscious unconscious ¬
conscious An Inference from his main mainthesis maInthcsis mainthesis
thesis rather than the thesis itself itsolftouched Use Usetouched itselftouched
touched upon and recognized but no nowhere nowhere nowhere ¬
where elaborated elaboratedEXPOSE elaboratedEXPOSE elaboratedEXPOSE
Reichstag Told of Efforts to Seize SeizeIslands SeizeIIIInnel1J Seizelsland
Islands Belonging to Spain SpainBerlin SpnlnBerlin SpainBerlin
Berlin Dec S Consternation was cre created created crcated ¬
ated in the Relchstng today when a aclerical aclerical aclerical
clerical delegate Herr Erzberger re revealed revealed revealed ¬
vealed a scheme which he said had been beenconcocted beenconcocted beenconcocted
concocted by Germans to seize the island islandof IslamIor Islandof
of Fernando Po a Spanish possession off offthe orcthe offthe
the west coast of Africa Erzberger Erzbergercharges Erzbergercharges Erzbcrgercharges
charges that in 1SOO the national Liberal Liberalleader Liberalleader Liberalleader
leader Semler urged a merchant named namedGeorne namedGcorne namedGeorne
Georne to start st rt several commercial enter enterprises enterprises enterprison ¬
prises In Fernando Po Semler promised promisedthat promisedthat promisedthat
that the German Bank Ban would loan 50000 50000marks 50000marks 50000marks
marks for the purpose purposeAfter purpoeAfter purposeAfter
After securing a stake In the th island islandGoorno IslandGocrne IslandGoerne
Goorno was to provoke a quarrel with the theSpanish theSpanlsl theSpanish
Spanish authorities which would give giveGermany giveGermany giveGermany
Germany an excuse to interfere and seize seizethe seizethe seizethe
the island islandErzberger IslandErzberger IslandErzberger
Erzberger alleged that other similar similarschemes similarschemes similarschemes
schemes have been hatched to appropri appropriate appropriate appropriate ¬
ate Spanish and andPortuguese Portuguese possessions possessionsTalk possessionsTnlk possessionsTalk
Talk Race Suicide In House HouseLondon UouleLondon HouseLondon
London Dec 8 8Sldney Sidney Webb M P Pmoved Pmoved Pmoved
moved by the much discussed dangers of ofrace orrace ofrace
race suicide asked the chancellor chancllor of the theexchequer theexchequer theexchequer
exchequer last Wednesday whether he hewould hewouid hewould
would not do something to encourage encouragelarge cncoura encouragelarge e elarge
large families by laying a special tax on onbachelors onbachelorS onbachelors
bachelors bachelorS Mr Asquith refused to an answer answer anawer ¬
swer the question seriously sorlousl
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possibly want for any purpose but butwhat butwhat butwhat
what will be found in this vast ast as assortment 88sortm assortment ¬
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wonderful assortment assortmentAll assortmtntAU assortmentAll
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Fields Going to Decay for Lack ofMen of ofMen ofTilen
Men to Till Soil SoilMoney SoilIoneT SoilMoney
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Labor LnborJnny Many Return to Xatlvc XatlvcLand XnthcLane1 ntlvc ntlvcLand
Land Broken in Health HcaltliLondon lIenlthLondon HealthLondon
London Dec 8 SProt Prof Vilteri has just justdelivered justdelhered Justdelivered
delivered an interesting lecture on the theseamy theSeAmy theseamy
seamy side of Italian emigration whichhe whichhe which whichhe
he said now threatened thr toned to become an ex exodus exodus cxodus ¬
odus as whole tracts of the country have havefallen haveCallen havefallen
fallen out of cultivation for lack of la laborers laborers Iaborers ¬
borers He pointed out that tho num number numbor number ¬
ber of emigrants had increased from fromlOOO
100000 in 1S76 to 726000 In 1S95 and is still stillincreasing 5tl11Increasing stillincreasing
increasing increasingThe IncreasingThe increasingThe
The professor declared that the problem problemwas problemwis problemwas
was wis a vast one and had not been suffi sufficiently sufficiently sufficlently ¬
ciently studied He pointed out some someof someof someof
of the consequences in the country itself itselfsaying Itselfsalng itselfsayIng
saying that it had been observed in the theprovinces theprovlnc theprovInces
provinces provlnc of Udine and Belluno that the themoney themoney themoney
money emigrants sent home tends to in increase Increase increase ¬
crease alcoholism and tuberculosis while whilethe whll whllthe whilethe
the number of alcoholic lunatics is in increasing increasIng increasing ¬
creasing From the beginning of spring springto springto springto
to the end of autumn almost all the men menIn menin menlii
In that country were absent and work workin workIn workin
in the fields was left to the women to tothe tothe tothe
the great injury of their health and that thatof thatot thatOf
of their children childrenEmigrants childranEmlsrnnts childrenEmigrants
Emigrants who had been In America Americafor Americaror Americsfor
for five or six years returned with a good goodsum goodsum goodsum
sum of money but in order to obtain it itas itas itasquickly
as asquickly quickly as possible they had under undergone undergone underbOfl0 ¬
gone all sorts of privations in unhealthy unhealthyclimates unhealthyclImat unhealthyclimates
climates clImat and frequently returned ruined ruinedin ruinedin
in health These emigrants usually usuallybought usuallybought
bought a field and built a house houseThe houseThe houseThe
The number of emigrants from the thesouthern thesouthern thesouthern
southern provinces In 1S949G averaged averagedS2000 ayeragedOOO averagedS2000
S2000 OOO In 1905 the average was 344009 344009They 341000They HOOOThe
They The sent home millions of money wages wagesrose wagesrose wagesrose
rose the value of land increased usury usurydisappeared usurydlomppeared usurydisappeared
disappeared and the desire for edwin education educmtlon edwintlori ¬
tion grew but the provinces were robbed robbedof robbedof robbedof
of their brood and in many parts tho thopopulation thopopulation thepopulation
population had been reduced onethird onethirdand onethirdand onethirdand
and only the sick and the aged with withth6 withth withthe
the th children remained The proprietors proprietorswere proprietorswere proprietorswere
were unable to afford the increased increasedwages increasedwages increasedwages
wages and more land went out of cul cultivation culU8tlon cuttivation ¬
tivation This further encouraged emi emigration emllTlt1on cmigratlon ¬
gration and the country became empty emptyand empt emptand emptyand
and desolate desolateGerman deso desoGerman desolnteGerman
German German Ambassadors Salary Raised RaisedBerlin RnlPJederl1n RaisedBerlIn
Berlin erl1n Dec 8 BThe The Imperial budget budgeti budgetprooonted budgetpresented
i presented today to < iay adds 4000 to the sal salSary salary saljiry
Sary of o the German Ambassador atWash atWashj aCWashington atWashington
j ington owing to the increased cost of ofliving ofIhin ofliving
living Ihin at the American capital
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choose from There are plain Nethersole or ors secret s cr t Jock J Jt bracelets braceletsin
in In plain or r chased 1 Designs eslgns sgn in in bright or Roman Rbma fihi fit1i finlleach eaen l1 one on ne war warranted warranted r rc ¬
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98c up to 8500 8500First 500 500First 500First
First floorS KAXN SONS SO S CO
Bath robe blankets blanketsHere blan ets etsHere
Here are some extraordinary extraordinaryprices extraordinaryprices extraordinaryprices
prices on high class blankets blanketsThey blanketsThey blanketsThey
They are all full sizes some with withborders withborders withborders
borders others without withoutaoo withoutoo
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Researchers R < < III < < arCllCr l Among Manuscripts DIn Discover DIncoer Diecover ¬
cover More ore Unpublished Matter MatterBerlin 3lntterBerUn MatterBerlin
Berlin Dec 8 SSome Some further aphorisms aphorismsof
of Ibsen found in the manuscripts left leftby leftby leftby
by him are published Here are some of ofthem orthem ofthem
them themPatriotism
Patriotism and that sort of thing is isonly isonly Isonly
only a transitional tr nsltlonal stage stageIt stageIt stageIt
It is not permissible that men of sci science science sd sdonce ¬
ence should torture animals to death deathLet deathLet deathLet
Let physicians ph SlcI ns experiment with Journal Journalists journalists journallsti ¬
ists and politicians politiciansWe poUticlansWe politiciansWe
We make merry over thirtyfour thirtyfourfatherlands thirtyfourCatherlanc1s thirtyfourfatherlands
fatherlands of Germany but a like num number numbor number ¬
ber of Europe are re just as ridiculous ridiculousNorth ridiculousNorth ridiculousNorth
North America contents itself with one oneor oneor oneor
or for the present two twoWishing twoWlshing twoWIshIng
Wishing and willing Our worse de defects defects tiefects ¬
fects arise from our confounding these thesetwo thesetwo thesetwo
two things thingsThose thingsThose thingsThose
Those utter simpletons They defend defendthe defendthe defendthe
the right of the majority yet the en enfranchised enfranchised enfranchised ¬
franchised class cl s Is a small capriciously capriciouslycircumscribed capriciouslycIrcumscribed capriciouslycircumscrIbed
circumscribed minority minorityConscience minorityConscience minorityConscience
Conscience is something unstable It Itvaries Itvaries Itvaries
varies among different individuals and andwith andwith andwith
with the changing of the times The Thepeasants Thepeasants Thepeasants
peasants conscience is oldfashioned and anddecreplL anddecrepit anddecrepit
decrepit It Is between consciences that thatare thatare thatare
are decrepit and those that are coming cominginto comIngInlo cominginto
into being that party conflicts are arewaged arewaged arewaged
waged wagedFLEEING wagedFLEEmG wagedFLEEING
Returns on o the Same Ship Which WhichBrought WhichBrought VhlchBrought
Brought Her to America AmericaNew AmericuNew AmericaNew
New York Dec 8 SMrs Mrs Ida Hackel Hackelwife Hackelwife Hackelwife
wife of Prof Alfred Hackel of Steyer SteyerAustria SteyerAustria SteyerAustria
Austria daughter of a a Vienna banker bankerwho bankerwho bankerwho
who was not allowed to enter enter the United UnitedStates UnitedStates UnitedStates
States on her arrival here ten days ago agoIn agoIn agoin
In In the first cabin of the steamship Pre Pretoria Pretoria Protoria ¬
toria returned to Hamburg on the same samesnip samesnip sames
snip s hip today to rejoin her husband and andtwo andtwo andtwo
two children childrenAccording childrenAccording childrenAccording
According to the Immigration author authorities authorlUes authoritles ¬
ities Mrs Hackel left Austria with Miss MissLeopoldln MissLeopoldln MissLeopoldin
Leopoldln Wolf VoIr a lay sister In a con convent convent convent ¬
vent at Steyer They were detained at atEllis atEms atEllIs
Ellis Island at the request of the Aus Austrian AustrIan Austrlrtn ¬
trian consul with whom Prof Pro Hackel Hackelcommunicated Hackelcommunicated Racketcommunicated
communicated communicatedWhen communicatedWhen communicatedWhen
When she received return passage passagemoney passag1money passagemoney
money Mrs Hackel repented of desert desertIng desertIng desertlag
Ing her children and husband and con consented consented conseated ¬
sented to return without appealing her hercase hercose hercase
case Miss Wolf Vol appealed her case Both Bothwomen Bothwomen Bothwomen
women who are thirtyfour years old oldare oldare oldare
are very cry handsome handsomeOrder handsomeOrder handsomeOrder
Order 5OOO 000 to Tangier TangierFez TnnglerFez TangierFez
Fez Morocco Dec 4 1 Delayed Del ed In trans transmission trnnsmlsslonThe travismlssionThe ¬
mission mlsslonThe The Moroccan war war minister and andKaid andKnld andKnid
Kaid Sir Harry MacLean lIacL an the commander commanderof
of the Sultans bodyguard with 2000 2000Askaris 2000Askarlsand 2000Askaris
Askaris Askarlsand and 3000 other followers have havebeen havebeen havebeen
been ordered to start for Tangier
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Gift rugs rugsWhat rugsVhat rugsWhat
What more sensible present presentthan presentthan presentthan
than a rug rugand and where can you youbuy youbuy youbuy
buy to better advantage than thanhere thanhere thanhere
here These two lots worth buy buying buying buying ¬
ing tomorrow tomorrowALEX tomorrowALEX tomorrowALEX
GRADE AXMINSTER AX llNSTBR RUGS in new newfloral new110ral newfloral
floral or Oriental patterns rich color colorings colorIngs colorlags ¬
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Imperial Cigarettes Must MustBe Be Treated Treatedwith Treatedwith Treatedwith
with Respect in Austria AustriaYoutli AustriaYouth AustriaYouth
Youth Goes to Prison Prl on Because He HeWanted HeWnnted HeWanted
Wanted Credit on Package Which WhichHad WhichHad VblchHad
Had Emperors EmperorsIPlcfure EmperorsIPlcfureVienna EmperorrVPictureVienna PIctnre PIctnreVienna
Vienna Dec S SThe The correspondent of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the Milan Secolo vouches for the t e fol following following followIng ¬
lowing extraordinary case of less nwjestc nwjestcat m Jestt Jesttat
at Lemberg Galioia The accountant of ofan ofan
an industrial establishment whose whosebrother whosobrother
brother is a wellknown Polish artist en entered entered entered ¬
tered a tobacconists to purchase cigar cigarettes cigarettes ¬
ettes ettesHaving ett ettesHaving s sHaving
Having bought some of the brand Em Emperor Emperor Emperor ¬
peror Franz Josef affects the buyer buyerfound buyerfound buyerfound
found himself without money mone He told toldthe toldthe toldthe
the tobacconist somewhat brusquely that thathe thathe thathe
he would pay him the next day da The to tobacconist ti tibacconist ¬
bacconist retorted that Imperial cigar cigarettes cIgarettes cIgarottes ¬
ettes were not sold on credit An alter altercation a1t altercation r rcmtion ¬
cation followed rOllovfed and it finally wound up upby upby
by the customer throwing the cigarettes cigaretteson
on the counter with the exclamation exclamationThe exclamationThe
The imperial cigarettes may moygo go to the thedevil thedevil thedevil
devil devilSome devilSome
Some days afterward aterw rd the accountant accountantwas accountantwas
was wa8summoned summoned to the he district court courtwhere courtwhere
where he was charged with having havingspokea havingspoken
spoken disrespectfully of the Emperor EmperorA
A case of lese majeste was made out and andthe nrldthp andthe
the accountant was sentenced to four fourmonths fourmonths fourmonths
months imprisonment imprisonmentHe
He sent a 1 petition to the Emperor Emperorwhich Emperorwhich Emperorwhich
which unfortunately unfortunate fell into the hands handsof handsof handsof
of the Archduke Franz Ferdinand who whoIB whoI whois
IB I a great stickler for Imperial privi privileges prlvllObes privilogos ¬
lObes He refused to mitigate the sen sentence sentence seatence ¬
tence and the unfortunate man went to tojail tojail tojail
Marconi Hopes Wireless Will VIII Tell TellWorld TellVorlel TellWorld
World of Italys Victory VictoryVienna Vlctol VlctolVienna VictoryVienna
Vienna Dec 8 8A A storm of resentment resentmenthas r05entmentbas resentmenthas
has been aroused here by the speech de delivered delivered tielivered ¬
livered by Marconi in Venice in which whichthe whichthe whichthe
the promoter of wireless telegraphy ex expressed expressed expressed ¬
pressed the hope that when some day daywar daywar daywar
war should rage on the Adriatic wireless wirelesstelegraphy wirelesstelegraphy wirelesstelegraphy
telegraphy would inform the world with withlightning withlightning withllghtnlngspeed
lightning llghtnlngspeed speed ot the victory of Italy ItalyNewspapers ItalyewspaperiJas ItalyNewspapers
Newspapers ewspaperiJas as well as politicians de deplore deplore tieplore ¬
plore such references to a possible Austro AustroItaliain Austro1talhdn AustroItniialn
Italiain conflict con l t as aslendlng lending to imbitter tbd tbdstrained th thstralned U Utrtined
strained relations existing today betwecJ betwecJthe betwe betwethe betwethe
the two countries >

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