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w4 ijfH f of f women therefore our ourlnck lack of oflinderfltanillnjt ofU ofundtr
linderfltanillnjt U undtr titlnIlIfIf tnfdlflg of tho course of the theladldvha theIQ41Clt theladicelyvh4
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cmlorf CatlenOf Of t extraordinary > dullness Wa Wacnn WtICRn 1Vecon
cnn HOC CO clcafly why ti largo number 6f 6ftho otth oftho
tho th itH gohtl0r oitl tlcr > r aQXllofJhOoIto sox ox dofilroitabo 110 plnctd upon uponn
n plane of political > Duality with m men menTl1tY menTbty n nThty
Thty offfif o r f1I1I1J1180nS 5oafi ooll icusons for their posi position 11U1l1tton1Iut poolIthin ¬
thin tton1Iut Hut why thoao who do not d6 110oire d6elrc I
elrc to tobo bo endowed with tho right of offrqnchl ottrqlcltlo offrgncltlsso
frqnchl o should b b5 so otwnijly nntng nntngonfstlo untllgontallo antngonfbtio
onfstlo to tho aoqulHltlon of that right rightor
or privilege lId ltego by those who dcslro It ItBttmi Its Itat0ing
Bttmi s J tu bo j without roason ninl nm more moreIlka mornllknthq oro oroUki
Ilka llknthq tho th4t feeling llltg exhibited xhlblte by thb lib tabled tableddo CobhxdOt fnblatdef
do dOt h In tho manger mongerfile mangerThe mungerflu
The llllnola IlIln ls opponents of the polltloal polltloaltunllty IJollllol1llInIlWot polhloalequality
equality llInIlWot of ho coxes hnvo formed an rotargmdzatloneulled anGfganlzatlnn allt
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Lcnffiie L 141F1101 I1rt1cnll ptul am that body has publlahwl publlahwlHonio pubillludstno
stno Honio lo Q literature Bettlnp forth th their lr nodone no notlnnn not1Qri
tlnnn There l III nothing new in n tholr tholrlilghllown IholrIJgh1 thoirIllgh
IJgh1 Illgh lilghllown Qosvn wn trcntlUBfl on tic home duties dutlnnof dutllit
of it vbmon tho joys of wifehood and andmotherhood Rm1mtlthcrh andntherhQOd
motherhood > oiJ nod nd nil tho real of It No Nobody NoI1Y NobQtly
body I1Y disputes them Nobody wants to todestroy todCslroy todeelroy
destroy or r Impair them They amount amountto amounttonQthlnfine
to tonQthlnfine nothing I thJqU M n nn argument why wh n womng wo woman womnri ¬
man should Ilh tJhl not no to tho polls OllA and put putn
n clean cl nn piece of o paper Into a ballot box boxund b boxandathtia C Cundthus
und undthus thus express hor preference for forpersons forJ forpeJ
peJ persons J lhons ssons to hold h I1 authority In the govern government Iroolnr governtn0ut ¬
ment r l lt to which she owes alleglnnce and andtli 1111thOlnWJ andtt
tli thOlnWJ laws of which hlch fihu la icqulr d to toob to1I toaby
ob aby 1I y A woman voter ran be Just as asmufli usroM asmil
roM of a ludy n loyal wife u n loving lovingmother lovlnil lovingmother
mother l th I a good citizen and an ornament ornamentto
to t society chH as one who spurns the priv prly1Ie privilege prl prlIlclie ¬
1Ie ilege e of thus expressing her opinions opinionsnn4 oplnlonllm opinions8mtl
nn4 m t desires desiresThere dcelreLThere cllres1llor
There Is ono notion set forth by the thoAnftfcuftrnBc theAII theAntBuffrnge
AnftfcuftrnBc AII urrrngo League which may b bpomowlmt bi bi80riiowhtit be0oliOWbat
pomowlmt dl tJl llnlluhhell > tlnjul hcd on a little out outof outfthe outOahe
of fthe the common order It U that womenU women womenoupht wOlllenQUITht
oupht U lit not pgt to t pntoitnin the political doc doclilno dooItIhlwhlci1 doetUno
lilno ItIhlwhlci1 which claims tho same political politicalrights IlolI1onlrlhts politicalrlahts
rights for citizens of both sexes be beCaiiKO beMlllia teNtuge
CaiiKO It t originated among the Social Sociallats StIClalhIts Socialfete
hIts If this really has the doubtful doubtfulmerit doubtfulInerlt doubtfulinn
inn merit rlt of being beJn a now theory It cannot cannotbe
be accepted as true doctrine In the thefirst thllflr thefirilt
first flr t place tho principle was advocated advocatedlong ad adroenteUlong olJ lod lodlon
long lon boforo nny of the modern social socialIsllcj JoclnlIstl loclallstid
Isllcj organizations wero ro born In Inthe Inthe Inthe
the second place If It did first
find expression In clthir of those bodlfo bodlfothnt 1JOiJlfbtht bodlebthat
that would not prove that It wns wnswrong W1iwrong wnewrong
wrong Thoy all have hI pomo true Idaah llteefaThey IdaahThoy blealThey
They each aim at a higher and bettor bettorcondition lIettorcondlllon bettorcOndlllon
condlllon of society even though Mine Mineof 01110of JIe JIeotho
of otho the JneaearOe mfasuien In nlinre they propotw nre Im Impractical 1mJlr ItllprACtlcnl
practical Jlr tlcnl Therefore the su suggeetiol suggeetiolof u eetlon eetlonof eetlQIoth
of oth the leu l league llIJUIJ uo Is simply silly It ouiht ouihto
to o have no weight with cither nun or orwomen orwOn orWomen
women wOn n of common sense senseTin llenlleij sensehe
Tin ij pamphlet i issued sued by tho lau Isapuicoritnlnlnir laucontfllnlnl leaguecoritalning
coritnlnlnir this notion was written by bya
a woman who seoms to be as much of ofan ofanonthullast ofan
an enthusiast on ono side as any of her herHOx harIIdX hers0a
HOx can nn b hi op the other It it Interfere Interfereswith InterfereWith IntertreWllh
with With tho duties dutl of the homo to advocate advocatettomnn advocatewoman
oo woman ttomnn ln suffrage does It not alto Interfere Inter Interfere Intllrfre ¬
fere ulth vlti tho domestic dom ltlc circle to wago wagoa
a warfare against that caiue It It U Uunnomwnly1 Iullwornunly lauttwumunly
unnomwnly1 to take the slump on A ApolltUal apollthoI11ulltlol1 apolttleal
polltUal pollthoI11ulltlol1 question ts l It womanly to appear ap appenr p ppear
pear on the platform and In public publicirlnts pUbllorrlntp publicprints
prints in opposition to th the same or u umnillnr I IRlmllor nammllar
mnillnr quMtlonT r And It wine womentsonl women womenwnt womenoJnl
wnt the privilege of rotln OUIII why vhynutd whyhouhl whyNhcluld
Nhcluld nutd their lstcr atetere who do not want it itnfrtum ItrfIrrtom Itentcrtata
nfrtum such violent antipathies to tothe totho I
the xereteo x r rdlby l e by others of a liberty which whichuiey whichI1IIY whichthey
they do not with to to enjoy themselves themnelvenMen dlemlelvtcn
Men tcn who have th the right to t l ote exerrl exn exnd x r rclo
clo d e It or not as a It suite their vl wlshne wlshneor hcH hcHor he heor
or their lonvenlence There to no com compulsion comfulslon cornpulston ¬
pulsion about It It Is the same with viilwomen withwOnlln withwomen
women wherever the fair sex ex x nr are en endotted endotted
dotted do cd with similar privileges It al alw all allmNI allWomen
Women w men were junnlttttl J rlnltte1 to stand on M MpolitUal IipoUtltal apohtlcal
politUal plant llln with men none of them themould thomould themwould
ould > bo compelled to do anything that thabe thatnlsM thatnJahn
nlsM he considered improper or un unary unnee unnecas4ary
nee necas4ary s ary or beneath their dignity dignitysome dlnltlhrllIllre dignityT11CIO
T11CIO lhrllIllre are some extreme women who faroc fa favci faveo
roc stoat BUffrape but are there no noal not notnl notal
al > a gn great at t many extreme men In poll poill
11 l Ana 1ft l It not apparent that anal antlagt untlrUrrlaI analruffrugl
rUrrlaI agt ladles exhibit quite as much mudmciue muchhetnl muchtlhelncme
tlhelncme hetnl mciue lIe In their antagonism na the thepr thefrmrr thefarmer
farmer pr do o In their support supportThe lIupportTltl supportThe
The simple JeBlalatton 1 < lIIation proposed propo ed to totake tolak tolake
take away political disablllti from fromnifn tromrH1I fromnrurn
nifn iltlzans that th they y mny 11I0 have th thi the thlf
i mi liberty a no hat enjoyed tl1jl ed by male maln
r a nN n does not carry with lth It any anyiiy anyIty anyIty
< Ity for Interference with home hornUiv homeilII
41111 < Uiv ilII i family affection or womanly no nomanly 0 01tl1nly
manly r refinement This has been beendemonstrated tJeendell1olltrntctl beendemonstrated
demonstrated lu those Statee
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vhoro whoruWls tills ediiallty HftH been beentnbl8hfltl bnellelt1IJl beenestablieheil
law Utah furnlnhsu a atHklng ntllklll aatltkl11g
tnbl8hfltl elt1IJl hcnl by
tHklng tllklll object lesson In till innltov lnattOVSong innltovSomti lIInUllr8011lt
Song ojf tho former strongest t opponents opponentsof
of the Jnohsure Jlln ur are now among nnionK Its Itnmoltoloniltnt 1111nlOnololunt ItsntoltoiOgUint
moltoloniltnt frlmds To rQmoVOlhosedluiIijIIt1Gp rornova rQJovotho rQJovothotll those thoselItto
tll dluiIijIIt1Gp JIIU lItto which jiiifw th tir11 lrlBlt hrlrtltt hrlrtltt11tf1 brlghteatgreht t tmti
11tf1 mti OItttnd tnd most udvnnoitl woman womantflfi WOlllnnlJelq womanbehQVV
lJelq t1191eve1 tflfi tIt level of the Ih dullest tnoit IK IKnorftltt IgnoraW Ittnorm
norftltt norm fttl moil brutal man can 1Ulllo do no nonjury UGIlljury uolnjuryt
njury lnjuryt to nnyone It is l t th the i legillninleuttillonto leeltlnmte leeltlnmteutwnm lelthl1lteoUltom
utwnm qt the doi dOItrlll trine of flu no tAxntlon laxnllonwithout tAxntlonvltlioilt tuotlOIlwithout
without iftsvntatlun anti nOllot of tll tllong tla tlaoouSlt tttecOneflt
oouSlt ong nt of a PilI ho governed u nit nitIftf etlont etlonttin onT onTIIRitQ
IIRitQ tin Iftf to j JJt1 Jut jU t govornment govornmentWo rnmont rnmontWo
Wo tliDUd howrtvsi thut the thOalert tileadvol tileadvolsales lho lhocntHot
alert cntHot of fil1l OQK 1 suffrage make a n nn m mistake mistakeht tnk tnkIn
In n nfindllltf nalfttrthne thno and energy in I itudVnv itudVnvnrinj tidwiv tidwivrlntf llv llvorlnll
rlntf td tQ9IJtlin Main nn amundniint to the theConaililiHfift theomilIUft1M theConytfttltlpn
ConaililiHfift of tile United BtaUB pro proIdlnf 1110hllng plavidIUf
Idlnf tiihl tj t the right to > vote slmll hllll11ot hllll11otI not notbe notbe
be dsntw d111fato ten to OIly 1111 dtlsen un n account I ount of ofex otWQ ofsax
ex WQ Wowtavn V iftvo itlwnys diwontod from fromhttt trolnthntUQ fromthat
httt thntUQ iflljy fltQlnant Jtiont JIJo t The dunllHratldns IIUI11II aIl6nB of ofotor otvololJ4nmnttor ofvolute
vololJ4nmnttor volute otor fmnttor A nuit tor to be legislated upon upony uponby
lIy y th6BftwnlsittKH th6BftwnlsittKHIt 111 iHIjUOI 1 SUit lale5 lale5It lI lIIt
It J810 J9 trvo that an entering w wedge w11jto wedgeto dgo
to 0 8IlIttliltt 8rt1 fiUrI Ehtu wlltloa doctrine Ioclrl > la 8 con conMn contllh contalno4
Mn talno4 irlf f In the UI Firtfihntii Ainaudment Ainaudmentlut Alnflu ment mentnut
nut UfOgonsrnl time rgonerut sentiment U Ithnt thnt It Utail It118i1 ithaH
tail tfOlti s gOti11ttar fur onou enOUlfh h and 1111 1 inunt not he herlvun heI1rtv hedrtv0n
rlvun I1rtv no 0 M to Impair the utiuolurj llUet lS of ofur atoUI
oUI ur syjldfll Wf1 of government ombraomtt ombraomtthe
he HtfhtH o Qt thu several HUton without withoutnterfofflnsu wltholltIntorlofOiUlUun wiutoutinterfctonctq
nterfofflnsu und the nmlntonanoa with withn
In n dOIIiiftd dGihiGtlliinits JlmltH of the pjw IJJwta of tint tintati6nal tit titNlItI theNat1tal
ati6nal NlItI mitOov government rnmont It m I u wnato of ofd attlnl oftittle
tlnl dltf d means to urge tine woman womanwovwnont womnll1I11tr womanj1ftragtr
1I11tr j1ftragtr wovwnont III a national nA tlQJl 1 m men mensurt melt meltsbrq a auro
surt uro Kaoli State of the Union Will Willnvo Willhavo WiltiUWO
havo nvo to bo I converted in Its turn The ThexatnpW Tteexahilllh3that lh lhtlXlItllPjIJI
xatnpW exahilllh3that that cun be olterod In those thosetatM tho thoStlltl thoseStates
States wheroft vhcro It pravalls will wtlllJO bo potent potentTho 11oteI1tXhO potentTii0
Tho ntitHBQiUmn of unreasonable wo wotan WOol wo015nIhtl
l 015nIhtl tan ll1h Wiip hire nro n Ill seinsh tlolO h enough to deny to totlioi toothQ tootliotet
othQ otliotet tlioi < j who M d 1111t ha It that which they thoyo
10 o nt t want themsolvcs und tho thoruun3JCBa thogrulllluri thegruutid
grulllluri gruutid ruun3JCBa Ose lJ urBumentfl ralsod raisQ by men nwnvho menwho 11150whO
who J h mv lh vtinot not thoroughly liwoHtlgated liwoHtlgatedhe hIV Htglltedthe >
the awpoiia C1t gtJOt tthll involved will gradually graduallye
bt e eQq11t sg oq1I n j their th h Imbecility und weak weakess 1111111lIe811 neakness
ness ess flml unthe the right will be sure to trl trlmph trlUlUlJh trlumph
mph iatlonce i Pntlcnce perseverance till thovoldnnea thuIvold4 tillavoidgn
Ivold4 voldnnea of Irrational and impractical impracticalleadtlres Imlllnctlcnll1IeruHfe lmpractlcnlmenettfol
menettfol leadtlres with lth the march of freedom freedomiillgtiteninont Irect1omenllgT freedomeIlghtetunont
iillgtiteninont enllgT eillnOllt nnd fraternity will 111 eon cortllhlly eonh cr crulnly
h ulnly b bring Uf trig about the great consuni consunimtlon cOIl colteumntatlonan1 Um UmI1I
I1I t1unlnttl mtlon nnd liberty will beconW beconWor unl unlversal un unvor8al >
versal or al tin ahtita Uio earth earthTho Carlil1JEl
1JEl 1 il4 NO Or ANlll9I IIU1ltllg IIU1ltllgTho il1II il1IITIIO
Tho PanAnicrlcnn Ian abler1Can congress In h tho thoIty thoClt theCity
Clt City Ity of Mexico M lco ID teportcd 1 to bu u fail failure CuUure failure ¬
ure irelllOlentntlVCK Tlip rcinoaentatlvcH could not notffKO not111IlJOIl notngi
111IlJOIl ngi ffKO on ooinpulsory OOlllllul ory arbltinlion of In 10tergttit1OOtgtl Inoniatlonnl IhIcrn
tergttit1OOtgtl Icrn oniatlonnl t1 llJ1 dllilcuHles dllilcuHlesThin I1l1l1cullleslltlfl dlilieuthesThis
Thin iijuy be conslderod unfortunate unfortunateor
for or OlillQniul Argontana fire oven now nowllsputlnp nowdlslJUthm 110Wdisputing
disputing about the boundary line Im Impartial 1ml1rtlnl lotpartial ¬
partial l1rtlnl arbitration would fiottlu tho tholuo thoIUQJItlo thequeslloll
IUQJItlo luo itlou JJ permanently whllo an Appeal Appealo
10 o arms 1rlhvifUht would only defer tho final net netlament setstlemont et etthul1cnt
lament DiU One of the contestants It Itniijionio itappenrs
niijionio rOlltn rri1l 1I more on the Htroiith of ofIDC otIIU1 of110111ghting
110111ghting IIU1 IDC lighting forces and her allloa than thanon
on Hid Justice of her ClnimeFun claims claimstho cllIm9Tho
tho present Htatua of the mhunder mhundertniullDg mlaundcrlnl1 misundoretmtdlfg
tniullDg lnl1 1IJlk < IH rather peculiar Sonto time timeago tlrneI1g 111110ago
ago I1g till lio conlllotliiR claims wpro Hub Hubnltted autmilled Nubmiittedto
miittedto milled to tOtllO time Queen of Knsland tInglandrand tInglandrandarbitrators nnd nndarhltratora nlldIlthltintofS
arbitrators were CIl appointed a ahoy have hnvonot bnvenot havenot
not yet yotrchilor11 rendered their decision decl ioll Hut Hutnow Jutnow slutnow
now Argentina Ar CJtln claims that tho ghlleane ghlleaneetoroaoji tfhUonns tfhUonnsnrroach QllIcllnaoncronc
etoroaoji nrroach upon the dlsputod t11 put ll t territory territorylthout t6rtllorWlth rritorywlthuut
wlthuut Wlth lthout ltWnIUng waiting to toe the verdfat pt the thearliltrfttrirn 1MnrhllrAt thisarbllr
arliltrfttrirn arbllr tnru ra It this Is true It Is ovl evident ovltlent ovldent ¬
dent thnt the principle of arbitration arbitrations
Is s not bcjllovGd In seriously by by6obie some of ofour otourJouthorn ofourHOuthern
our ourJouthorn outliorn nol nalJhhotll nalJhhotllSUit hbors hborsStill
Still tho conclusion that the pan pantnerlcan IlanAItJ1rlcn panAoerlcan
tnerlcan congress Is a falluie la not notvavrnnieil notWIlIIIUd notwarrnnteil
vavrnnieil Thu quontlon has been IJCC iln ilnusscd IJIIIcusHed 41acussed >
cussed I If leas gained some HUipOrtrs HUipOrtrst JUIIl tlttl1 tlttl1It
It t will IIlio bo brought 1 up again and nculn nculnand 11111Iln pgulnand
and Iln 1 each cnohtlmo time It will have mora friends frlondsuntil trJondsuntil friendsuntil
until It llnaly provnlla provnlleSnnlp provnllaKomg IlrovnllslItnp
Komg lItnp t2Ethe fJ f ho South American republics rcpubtlcaseem
seem to fciir ir that Uj II arbitration thu thuBtrongOratntoa thostrongO thustrangCratatoe
BtrongOratntoa strongO ijtnt06 would be 1 0 ablo to ab absorb nbsorb absorb ¬
sorb Ilia th smaller on ones n but Is not that thatexactly thntpxnctly thatexaetly
exactly What has been done by wars In Inall IIIall Inall
all ages d of t the th World Tile time must mustcomi mustlon1O muntIOml
comi Whop the BouthInie1Iean Routh American repub republea 18111I11IICI republies
lea will all understand that oompulsory oompul oompulm OOIllIIUIMOry
m MOry > ry arbitration Is the best safeguard safeguardof
of their existence Those jepubllOH willhave will willmvo wIlthnve
have mvo to q got U together for their own safe snftty sntbty safety
ty ThO Th United state u I not dependant dependanton
on lhdnij thgiri th li jcbr br or their tho II trade It U for their theirown tllolrown choirown
own prryrvutlon pr pAA rvntlon that arbitration was wasproposed wnlJrovoil waspropoe
proposed Jrovoil d ins < ns n remedy against noln the tltachronl thechlm1IQfill theollnanltjf
chronl chlm1IQfill ollnanltjf UllBsenilons enllons that ultimately ultimatelymust ultlmntelmUlt
must reiwiir r TA t1 1br them weak
4t 1t IttJ111ilttllthlt jJ nttl 1 i7XIIiLt11Ii7NT i7XIIiLt11Ii7NTIt XP m lI I IIt
It ID It 1hv 110 4 reported that Mlel1 5II l1 EmmaII Emma TimnIl 1TImn 1TImnn
II KJnfWho 1 ICin II1 llho lho subjc su1lJtllI < ted herself M J1lnoc ItQinOculallott J1lnocUlatlo inoc inoculatlonvifirt
ulatlonvifirt Ulatlo tfth ytfl tuooreulosl tubcr < UIOBU as n n jpntlflc f4oiitilcexperlh jpntlflcexperlhtitift f nunc nunceXPBtI1
experlhtitift experlh t1I t has des U eloped > serious serioussymptoms eoriouesymlltong0uf orlU9YIl1I
symptoms symlltong0uf YIl1I Omlf t > f consumption and thut tII t she shewill shewill shewill
will dl t unjos8 untoss l1lo s nudlcal skill can cunsllvo cunsllvohor canyavehor save saveher
hor Ifjrthls It this report l II true pro proher proherIk pmher
her herIk If IfiUils t1Ils ns report U true Professor ProfessorKochs Ir IrbfeseorKochs C0880r C0880rochodou
Kochs ochodou doubts doubts ts as to tho transmission of ofbovine ofbolno ofbovine
bovine < luberculodg Hrii rculoell to human beings Ii01ngewill beingswill
will wlilha b be < s chnte9 rjfmpved rjfmpvedThd te9 mpfedTho v vwlilha 9ed 9edTha
Thd ensQ chn < 1 9 has a singular history hltor As Aswill Aswill 8 8will
will bojjrhombpKHl bO t Jl1ombtIed Professor Koch Kochthe loehtile 1Cdetithe
the KrOftfrClormati rcro < tOorm61 OormnII authority on bacter bactorlology bacteriology boctel101oCY ¬
iology sjftAtod itted at a meeting of medical mcdlonlHghti medlenlIthta medicalllghte
Hghti frj London n101 that there was AS no ov1denee ovl ovldaned lvil1en08
daned that tuberculous cattle are very vorydannerouita vor vordanlCOT verydaagerqusito
dannerouita danlCOT i t man The statement was wnaa wasrial
a tercet rial r I1L fjltrprl jtr tiltrilnise li to those who heard It Itand It Itand 1tand
and KO q dO J > lilt It Will promptly oocoptod oocoptodby
by b many manyThen man manTh manTheft
Then Th ll pr piJllrI1IY r Harncy an American phyalelan jjhysl jjhyslclan tlh Il
clan copplhca e i clJ the Idea of testing thematter tho thomatter
matter it He Could et ul old 1lniJ < find a subject wlltig wlltigto
to submit lubmILjlo JO an experiment bliss JilsSKing WilliKIng blissKing
King odeprJrhs oric oJQili l S putlwitfi took tOl the Ihorlslt IhorlsltOnll risk risltone riskOne
One day inNbJmber in November She h was Inoculat Inoculated lnoeulatedWith ¬
ed edWith with lth matter mfttibr mt r taken from a cow co whichhad which whichhad whlohhail
had prvi6Uly been Infwcted Inftctedwith with hu human 11uman human ¬
man consumption eonaun ptiOn Within ten days af after nttpr atter ¬
ter the oporfiUon op tn she commence < l to tohow toIIbow toshow
how symptoms rt t cims of dl lIeall eaue It Is clnlm claimed clnlmtand claimedatni d dand
and nose there li no doubt that she he hat hatIt 111 111iI
It In a very O vlrul virulent nt type typeMIM typeMIMII typebuss
buss ItlnR 1 Ihg does csnot not geom to regr regret t hOr herpxperlm hOrxlI horexperiment
pxperlm experiment xlI rtmitt nt She believe she will be becured bitIured berural
cured and ntlsM she Is quoted as saying arln that tlmtshe thathl thatshe
she hl would do It again If thereby tho ti in interests JIItefflta Jotercets ¬
terests Of t science could be promotwl promotwlMlts promotettalUs
Mlts 111 King lnglll Is certainly entitled to the tharespect thereet therespect
respect Orall gt if all She t III a heroin She Sherik Shertkoo SheMske1
rik rtkoo < l h his < tf r life IIroto to eatahUlh stah1l h a fart which whichmay whichmay whichmay
may be Qttho f tho greatest Importanee to tofollow toreItow tofellow
follow bolnC c If It le tlru true that tub tubel tubelcutoUt tubeteuloaa i itutoui
cutoUt cattle are as 1 dangerous as th thgenerally thIrnernltynro they theygrneraliy >
generally Irnernltynro aro presumed tu I bo > and It Ifthe Itthe Itthe
the doebtestroeeal doubt d01Sbte ejtflrowwl by b rnmi OI11Itnt tent au authority authDrlly authority ¬
thority u1i qfi ij that subj subject ot should tthouldJJIVO hfcVo led tedto ledto ledto
to care jirfmoM nose JH in protwtive protcK tiv0 n WotIur WotIur8K11II1Sd iuDltburesaaltinet oA ur uragainst
against 8K11II1Sd tfMt Mt t flange iliouswrtg Of live livemUht Itveml Ilvexnthht
mUht ml ht Imvo be been n 1 fast < t 1 It i bf uy b J ii T sftcrt sftcrtlice I IIe sacrlrite
lice a deadly peril ims hl beenroViialea beenroViialeameans beenjt been tibaled Y lelll lelllmelln h hmeans
means tho th6saving saving anvln of Uc to toothorl otiiors li 11t 11ir itry
ry t P
n >
Koch was 11I rl rlBh ht t there h o Waa no need fl ttl of oftlip otlho ofthe
the oxponslvo o ponlJhl rjuftrantlnu ituIIt 1t1nu nilcn r lcl1 adopted adoptedby
by nil olvlllzoa communities COI1I HnItI1f nffninst tu tuborculouB tuberculous tubereuloue
borculouB cattle But it tho profowor iswrong Is 1swronff IswrlIIIU
wronff thoso rules pltould lia onfowcd entoruetlstill onfowcdstill ontorl111atlll
still more rigidly If the ladys Hflorl Hflorlllc HIIurlUcv Hacrblice
llc lice cfltttbllflhoH fqr a ccrtulnty the fuels fuelsIn
In tho mattcrnho la entitled to till KWtl KWtlttulo grutitilde Iutltudo
tilde and ndmlrfttlon that nlwayn ItWI aru aruaccorded IIUaccor ntvaceordop
accorded accor 1oa < to lieroco and nllll01011l08 hciolnes A Aquestion Aquelltlon Aquentina
question to decide however In whether whethera
a scientist IB JusUllod In oxpodinontlnv oxpodinontlnvupon
upon human bolnun to tho point 11 M of ofdenth otdtflth ofdeath
death If Miss llnU1 Kln fl ulcknoao ands a lilt II fn fntally tntlllythl1l ftttally
tally tlllythl1l that quc question tlon wo fancy lIIcrwJl will bu budl Lu1I110UIf bedlseussed
dlseussed dl 1I110UIf uu l both In Connie and nu elsewhere clfiowlicrcTho chlewhoroOUNOHNr elsewherenNCIONrlttl1nION
nNCIONrlttl1nION OUNOHNr ALJON O1111t8 O1111t8Thu J1IS J1ISThu
Thu nnnollncO nnnouncomont uCnt that tho IirlllBh tfritialtgglO1nn1Ont IirlllBhOovornmont 111lIIl1hIJOtltJ1Jlmt
Oovornmont nu Lab decided practically to toUrcult tol tottrcak
Urcult l up II tho concentration campo camps in inSouth InlIollth inUotttli
South Africa will bo honed with sat satIslautloii silt1IIIIIUIlII eatlslautkin
Islautloii it 14 good ChitstnuiH now nawnIlio nowJI
Ilio JI statement IN made by tha thuseerutnry thuseerutnryor Bueroltiry Bueroltiryof
of wet that file thu worst campa will bo boonllroly 110IJItlrel heetltiroly
onllroly abandoned that tho nunlberu nunlberun rn rnIii
it n all will bo reduced rciluCod ol clH1 and 1111 that t nt porllmn porllmnout Jrllllent
out riheltovfi will be J1rovir provlrjcd 1 on tho thotnnel thotonst thocoast
coast That of courou weans ox oxpntrlRtlonut oxp OXpntrla41oaut
pntrlRtlonut p < least until tho war IB over overbut Overbut vor vorhu
but hu t U flow away n 11 with ono of tho arfd arfdfuatuiDH IlltatlHIt 0uddust
dust fuatuiDH of a tho military opura opuraIt OtJlllUtltI Opcrutuns
tltI tuns It Ills Is a credit to the Urlllhnu lirllisltguyornmant Drltlvh UrlllhnurJl1nt GUV GUVuriiin
rJl1nt uriiin nt that It hat on HH own inttla htitiaLive inttlatlve htltlnthlo
Live dooldud on Hint hiinmno > titep titepU
It feuainn that tho declnlun luis boon boontak boOnIl1l boontaken
tak taken < lJn n In losrronuo JOfl OIIIJEI to tho oiipoala of Oflady a alady 1 1l1y
lady l1y MlHH Hobhoueo ivlio wJ to Q had soon bcfintho fJocnthn soonthn
thn camps nnd nnl1thl the condition of the un onorttrinte unfortunate InIQttllllItfl
fortunate occupiuils Bli She told tile WOlrO WOlrOOrmlllIl iov iovciit govarnniout
OrmlllIl ciit und till thOlll1tHo public what oho had badcesn hadnnd IId IIdl
l cesn I1 nnd t Jd hor iitory ntor turned inilillo o opin opinion Q ht 111ion ¬
ion In I lit tlio direction of humanity Ulto UltoLiul U Uluul
Liul no peisomvl ends tq mrW IIu serve6rt11A serve6rt11Atvnn t tll tllwnH h hWUH
tvnn WUH actuated only by motlvou of levrl levrlfor lov lovfor lavtor
for felow beings IIOW S and oho won liarcause h hit hitCUtlIjO r rCmicpnmttloti
cause CUtlIjOConcontru causeCnncontrutloO
Cmicpnmttloti Concontru tlOIl campn hero 11 tho last lastjosoitof InllltaOsolt lusttosort
josoitof aOsolt or GUll Woylor in Cuba Thoy Thoyvoro lhoyv010 Thoytrue
true excused o < on tho ground UI UI1l that limo thot limoiaolfeon
t 11 iaolfeon < ficlflcoH < IOcOH supplied the inBurgents with withfood withtoad withtoad I
toad nnd 1111 other nccoaaarloa of otltfe life It Itwna HWtL I Itrue
true WtL found however that in thPHo thPHowhips th9 tilQ4oclthipa o oeMUIs
whips tho noncombatunta non connbatnnt wore in inBUtllulontly InBull1ul lneutllejontly
BUtllulontly Bull1ul ntly fed nnd 111 provided for 01111 01111CYllr In Inovory inevery
every CYllr icspcot 1IJc t Thoy died of starvation starvationnnd otl1rvntlQnIJnd
and n nlJ ngglout Blcut 1cul Woylor8 a resources did not wotonablo 1IOtollnl1lo notonabio
onablo him hll11to to maintain thouimndn l ofCubans of ofCubans o oCItJans
Cubans In 11 addition to his own snldlnru snldlnruTha IIllilllnfsfho
The condition t on llloll become BO BoplUtui pitiful that thatgeneral thnt1J0nufni thattgonurni
general Indication IlIdlglR ton was wn nrauaejl nrgp5Cjlthrouttilout nrauaejlthroughout MOA MOAhroUlrhout
throughout this country Similar con conditions callt11t1 cormditions ¬
ditions t11t1 n have prevailed j1 nl1l in the floor Kocrcatrjps 110131cnl1Ws floorcan
catrjps can ps Thq death rate n o became npal npalling uPIItinS apaiZing
ling tinSIhoro
lingThere There mo certain rul tube a nOd regulft regulfton icgulntlQnit regula1101w
tlQnit on adapted 1 by all civilized cl vlllzod nations i1attonator nationsor ntlon ntlontor
tor or tho conduct cOI luct of war ConcOntratlon ConcOntratlonrr COl1c Coneontratloncnlhpa ntrntlon ntrntlononl11IJII
onl11IJII rr should bo included In tho war warmeasures wnrIIlnllrcs war warnleosuros
measures precluded by thoso rulesTimoy rules rulesThoy rulollIHIY
Thoy havo JI uoon bl 11 proved barbarous bl1rb r u and andIneffective nll1IlIctrectlVQ nndineffective
Ineffective They might bo boI19elldod boI19elldodIf defendedIf defended
If they were worodnlly dally furnished euitlolont euitlolontsupplies tlutllclolttlIWllcs sultlolotltsupplies
supplies and If sanitary regulations rugulatlnnacoultiho regulationscould Jcgulallonnconl
could conl coultiho bo fitrlotly observed Hut under undorother UII underother 10f 10fllth <
other elroumBtancc thoy must mu t bo bocondemned boQO beeonllemneth
condemned QO llell1ncll They should bo prohibited prohibiteduy prolllbtledbygoneral
uy bygoneral ftoncial consent of otl1l all civilized na ontlous natlons nit1I01ls
tlons tlousAnd tlonsAnd
1I01lsnI1 And nI1 now tlOIV fields oil Holds have havo been cn found foundIn toundInEgpt
In InEgpt Egypt It seems to toIle be a field day daytor daytor daytar
tor oil oilChlraup 011ChlcolJP nilChlcagp
Chlraup Is facing a JlCoatntnlnc1he JlCoatntnlnc1hethlnfJQrOhlcbSQ avoaifaullne coat famine Tile Thothlnjf Tilethlnirtilr
thlnjf thlnfJQrOhlcbSQ thlnirtilr fofc Chlchgq to do t O U Isto to about tune fftcoand tuneand
and 111 1 march marqiiIt
It t Is to bo lltat hoped d that alto tho lost sheep sheepIn
In tho Itch Desert of Wyt Wyoming rntug will be befound beound heound
ound Wyoming has enough lost lostsheep lostohcep lustsheep
sheep already nlrchdyTho alrclylho alreadyTho
Tho British war ofllco Is said to b bsatisfied bt btsnllal1cll bysatisfied <
satisfied with the progress s of events ovcntsIn
In South Africa Borne people are very voryeasily veryeasily oryeasily
easily eattefedAdmiral satisfied satisfiedAdmiral atl OCa OCaAtlll1lrnl
Admiral Bchley Schl > takes tnke8cxecpt exception l to totho tothe
the findings of tho court of Inquiry and nndAdmit andAllmhol andAdmiral
Admit al Sampson does tho same Tho Thowhole rhowholo Titowhole
whole affair appeals to bo a very ox exceptionable oxcel1t1onolJlo oxcoptlonable ¬
ceptionable proceeding proceedingGermany lroceedlngOorll1uny proceedingOormany
Germany having hanlnthing g something to say sayabout sn snol1ollt sayabout
about the construction of th the i Nkarrt NkarrtBuan Nlcnrnunl1 Nlcarrtguan
guan unl1 canal la an entirely different mat matter mntter matter ¬
ter from Germany having her Bay Bayabout In Inabout sayabout
about tho Nicaraguan canalAnd canal canalAnd canl1lnl1
And nl1 now It Is rumored rumore that Secre Secretary Secretllt Scoretary ¬
tary tllt Gago la to retllO It begins to tolook tolook tocook
look as though the Pro9ld Irnshtltw n iyorp wero p tro troIng WIne goIng I
Ing to reconstruct his cabinet pleoe pl oe by bypliQO byltOO bytiled i
tiled ltOO instead of doing < the th whole Job Jobat Jobnt jobat
at once onceTaraa onceforn oncerarao
Taraa forn hall t bo Is to t o bo offered for foil o solo soloIloro InloHOIo saidHero
Hero tit a chance for the Irish Irluhlnnt Irluhlnntlen Lnnd Lnmdleague Lnndleague
league len u to show its love of otcolln country li to tobuying 11buying bybuying
buying tho historic place It Is I lira ft bit bittor httOI hatlot
lot placo to hang han a harp hn rll than t 11 a n willow willowtreo Wlllovtree wlllotytree
tree treeNl1vnl Naval Historian Pdgar Edgar S S1Inolny S1Inolnysnya JIaclay JIaclaysoya Ino1nYaaya
soya ho has boon vindicated 1 Ho called calledSchloy CAlledS calledS0hlOy
Schloy S hloY n a coward and n caitiff ctit I Ir whllo whlloI3 whllo1awoy whileDewey
Dewey I3 way Bonlmm and Rnmrfty any his hisconduct hislonduct hisconduct
conduct at Santiago was that of n cool coolbravo aoollJrnvo coolbravo
bravo commander Maclay stands pro preeminently proomlncntly proominontly ¬
eminently alone In saying he has been beenvindicated beelYlnlllcnted beenvlndicnted
vindicated vindicatedTho
Tho bishops nnd ant Sunday School Su Superintendents SuoporJn 511porlnlendotts ¬
perintendents porJn temlollts of tho several wards In Intho Intho inthe
tho Salt Lake Stake of Zion should not trotforget notforget 1I0ttoruet
forget to attend to tho suggestion sug eetlon con concerning conctrnlllg concernlug ¬
cerning tho celebration of the birthday birthdayof
of tho Prophet Pro hot Joseph Smith AddressCH Address Ad re reW
CH on the subject of his divine mission missionshould 11I111110nShull nmisafonshould
should be dcllvore dcllvcrcl in tho Sunday Sundayschools SUlldlach Suudmyschools
schools ach ol In the morning tho Tabernacle TabernacleIn
In tho afternoon ntt nioon and the ward meet meetIngs mtotIngs mootingaln
Ings ingaln In tho evening Tho annlv anniversary Ilnnlvtraarroccurs r ry ryoccurs
occurs on tho 23rd but these e observ observances ob obeervau0es trontlcea ¬
ances nro arranged nrrange 1 for the Mnd of De December December Docamber ¬
cember cemberGeneral cemberOonornl camberGeneral
General MacArthur biaatrt her asked Bke as to hUi hUivlow hUIlOw hisvlOsv
lOw about bout concentrating the natives nativesin
in tho Philippine Mid ho doubUdfhe doubUdfheexpediency doubledtheQX1 doubtedtllegxpodtoncy
expediency QX1 odioncy of concentration eon ntratlon that It Itwas ItWaS itwas
was u Spanish h method methodttnd dtin ftnd 1 perhaps one onetl onethat < nu nuUnt
tl that < nt wo should not nottrt1tnte Imitate Ills Is 1 a acommon C1eommon acommon
common sense view lewOne one that Is in con cononanco d flanronuneo n nnco
onanco nco with Amorlenn ideas IdcaaTh IdcaaThat1olltlon Tha Thaadoption Tljgadoption
adoption of Spanish methods con cnnept cnneptlrodUIW calf calfproduce dnljt dnljtproduw
produce Spanish results r And AndAmericans 111 t1 hj hjAlnerlcan n nAmericans
Americans adopt adoptthom thorn they the sink sinkIptnlsh alnltpanish I IJ1l1ll1h
Iptnlsh level 1 The bad badSpanish ett ettpanllh f fgpanbh
Spanish rule In thin tlionot rhlllpllln1 Phllinptnuse an anpot n nDot
not bt orfidlonteil by bywry the adoptlOtr ndoJ > tlo 1111 tliovery
wry methods that have rnad0lt made It Itbut ll a 111 111but O Obut
but Iiy the Introduction of ofways otA A fan fanways an anWQ
ways WQ and meant moansAocordhtg t tAccording 1Aocoli1lnc
According to a San tF11itaper tF11itapera Kmtialsca cilit iiap r ra
a Ban Diego Inventor has has0tilso l is Is oYprutl < t rutl roo4 a ars a arccee I IiltrN18
iltrN18 rccee > rs whereby set weeds U Oan + an be convrted con contrtcd oon1lcd
trtcd Into pulp for the th manufacture mnlu cture of ofi ofper
i i > i per > r of the fln finest it qualityat a coot IMS ieeHein IMSthat 1 1than j
than oneJollt onc Mnit that at which whlchptJl pulp can I
l lIu > u produced from nny other kind 1 h11 of ofmaterial otJnttl1rllI ofinatorl0l
material Paper lu now manufacturod manufacturodfrom mOufQ ttlrlll ttlrlllrotln
from rotln n great variety of imbstnnceir imbstnnceirAnything JU subelnnc0sAnything bJtll1rcliAnythll1lr
Anything in fact IIdt contalnlnB colluloso collulosoIs
Is Convertible convcrtl lu Into paper The forests forestshavo foresthl1 forestshave
have hl1 liawoyer hlW 1 ldlagon t ocn on prawn > wn upon chiefly chioilyfor
for or many tn hY If are a ijlIIIt past tot to pulp to supply supplytho 81IJlItho nui PlY PlYthe
tho domttndflbftho donUlhtt of JitM the jmpor mills B fJn fJnwcedtl 0511woeda a aweeds
weeds are numerous all along time thacoasts thoIOOftt timecoasts
coasts If fi ffieyeon lioy Y tim l1I bo u used o l fur paper paperthdro pnpl1rth papertlloro
thdro th fO sliQUlt l Uu ti a grcttt urel 111 savlog aIn 111 of Jt trees truutfIn trllIllIn treesIn
In the IrlW l liIt lt 1tlu cBt idr clf forestry nnd irriga irrigation frrillntton lrrigaNan ¬
Nan V VA io1 L LA I
A contrlmltor contrlritltt r t to a sclentliif journal journalclaims journalclnints I IcllthullthdttflO
claims cllthullthdttflO that tlio moment a human belnu beingceases belnuceases belnuCO1I08
ceases to tlf grotj ro t w > v he begins to dimhllsh dimhllshThe ilimlnl h hTho
The statement Is made on the authority authorityuf
uf Ii a Jermtin QOIrI111nllh8IcJnn Jtliyslolnn who hni lnes lnestlgntcd IIIVcstlgltt1 t11te8tlgatcd
tlgntcd the tI matter carefully Hen ten BO BOIt 10It soIt
It Is awrtel begin to grow smaller in intheir hItheir httheir
their thirtyfifth year y nl and women a alittlo nIItl1u alittle
little before they nro forty Man how however howaver 110vover ¬
ever stop growing when they arc nr thin thirty thlrty thinty ¬
ty and ItlltltQr1t fflrilvd fey tlvpor or I slit III years eors their sta statuto 81IUlo tn tnturn
turn rcr remains mine stationary Piton It do decreases docicusofl doOICUSIIIJ
cicusofl at j1lllt first very slowly but afterward after afterward nrtcrwIl
ward moro Vapidly It is literally trite truothen tritethen trullthon
then that tlH Jh tlteio jB IB no standing still stillThoro stililhero stlhrThorn
Thorn 1111151111 must ho t olthor uiowth or do docrunBoolthcr 110orOIlSOCh doorunseOtlher
crunBoolthcr rlId advancement ncol1out or rotro retro11AUU rotrourIlIlSOI1 rotrogrusslot
11AUU l hi l nuuiitt V it tHe It VAKt WUtlVQrClIIIltir t ttat ttatWQrew VAKtVrotHitcr
WQrew VrotHitcr Spy
On tho Who161111 Whole this IH perhaps tho thamoat thomost thomost
most tlllllojult L1ll11q1tntjuoatlon juostlon ineacnted l1 to mall munlit 1111111lit
lit tho doiiinmtnt dO dotpIo Il l1lirl1t of etlfuovornmont etlfuovornmontIf self itovOrntnentIf
If theo Amvficau Ana t rl lean 1 republics r can pu ptoSolt puBent 11111jilt
Bent n plan Illunii fbr fh r arbitration l that will willHucocod willHUcCeQl1drHl trillSuoeeud
Hucocod HUcCeQl1drHl Und eliminate the expense of ofwar ofwnr ofwar
war and tho tholborOnllt < barbarity Buffering nnddebasement nnd nnddebitnomont fllIIIdelJllP1otllOnt
debasement following nil warfare they theywill theywill theyn
n will 111 have Juil J1I3Jltie11 tilled theft th lr oxlstortco oxlstortcoThough oxlsloncolhOIl8h oxisloneoTIun1gh
Though thOHfi republics lack the nteallscud means meansanil mcananml I
cud tho pQWfi 10 tilia ml lid tho pcoplo Ileolllolnck lack tho thooJucmtlon thoo1uolltlOJlI tilloluoatlol I
oJucmtlon nml 1 iatinoumnt of tho old oldHurotiean oltlb1I11IIJIt1nI1I1I01trnll oldl I
Hurotiean b1I11IIJIt1nI1I1I01trnll l urO man mtilans tlicro U u hope and andpowlulllty nndJlollultJllltythqt andpOSSlbiltty
powlulllty JlollultJllltythqt pOSSlbiltty dint this th ijuestlon of Uni Universal un unu8nl Unlversal ¬
versal pcaeo IUI11COWIll 3 will bo nettled tlle1 finally by byUio Jytho bythu
Uio republkcsof republic of the new world world1Yniu wuridSail
Sail Praneisco 1Yniu Isco co Cull CullWhen CullWhen CallWhorl
When Upon Chilstitms day tho civil civilIzod civiltha civilIzudalatlona
Izod Izudalatlona nations sins tho anth anthem m of Pcm Pen10pn CIIO CIIOpn < o opn
pn Earth they t y will lll have to gather gatheronthuslaHiu gtherllIthu gatherpnthusitlsln
onthuslaHiu llIthu tR ln far 1 lI tho singing from faith faithtitnno
titnno There fhcrjIt la no n pence in South Afil AfilChina MIICI Afrlca
CI ca China tho Philippines or South SouthAmerica SouthIOllorlcu SouthAnlorlca
America am anti oven among the nations nationswhich MUonshllh nrttlonaWhielt
which aro nt pence with ono another anotherthere nnotholthulc anotherthere
there Is I no confidence except that whICh whlohreposes whIChroposcR whichrOpaes
reposes In armies and unties Moro Mono010r Moroovor
ovor thin th outlook Is anything but prom promising pronicing rom romIRIng ¬
icing for the continuance of such l1cnco l1cncoUa i > caco cacojs
js exists Politically lolJUcnllytho the woild olhl is In a acondition IIoundllln ticorldlilan
condition pf unstable equilibrium and andthere lflt1there nndthere
there Is no ttololling tolling when something may maynot mo moIot >
not it moving in the direction of wnr warHim wnrann wnrSan
Him Francisco r Chronicle ChronicleTho
Tho deliberations of the PanAmorl PanAmorlcan Pan 4tlnorl 4tlnorlcan
can Cotigrosx f nt ntltoxloo Mexico mo sadly dls dlrturhed dlstuibtid lll llltlllhlll
tuibtid by thq uncomfortable relations relation1of
of the South American republics uliloh tvllohare uliloham whllhuru
am rcpiTnepM In time dignified body bodynnd 110dynlll bodynnd
nnd It Is I hard to ctinst U0I111 what will coma cameof comaof comaot
of It all Junt Ju JUII t now Chile nnd Argen Argentina Mgeulinn Argenulna ¬
tina arc Involved d In a serious boundary bounilr1IYdleJlulo botlndnrydispute
dispute and jOIlJ a cm on the point of com coming COlliIn Comlog ¬
log In to blows It Is to bo hoped 1 how however howover ¬
ever and it IHIlclOa Kcciris to bo oxpuctad that tlmttho thntthu thatthe
the trouble will bo adjusted without ru rucourse rvCOUIUO nocourse
course to arms arnieiith armsMAUCONlH lrlllMIICOli11j
MAUCONlH iith CONtN 1UIIIO1O1rt AOHIUVIi AOHIUVIiSacramento VUlInmIUir VUlInmIUirafCrnht hr hrSacrathgnto
Sacramento afCrnht nt ilccordUnlon IlecordUnlonMarconi ilccordUnlonMnrconl ord Unlln Unllnltllconl
Mnrconl behaves thnt ho has received receivedby 1 11y
by u Melons telegraphy agreed signals signalsfrom slgllalsfrom signalsfrom
from across the Atlantic Ocean between betweenKnglnml botwlfflnJnglnllli betweenl
Knglnml l and tit Johns Ncwfoumlland NcwfoumllandTheso
These Flgnaareiotltluns of tho letter lottorS
8 were given HO fret frequently trelucntlv Ucim1 and BO BOIn uoIII sola
In accord with a previous pro prevloua OUB agreement agreementbetween agreemclltbotwcon agreementh
between h > the ejntlons 11I01ls that there seems seemsto
to be hallo no ttoul doubtaconccrnlng lio li > 1onccrnlor them If It ItIs ItIn itin
In then as Masconl claims clalmsho he has sue succeeded suel1 sueCeded ¬
Ceded l1 dcl1 In n on onq of tho most gigantic giganticBclontllW gllrolltloIIclontllf gigaritOaclenttlfd
BclontllW cxptTlrtontu expt > rinierltu noVH to the thucenturies thoccnturlell thecenturles
centuries If I 110 io has received a sin single singlesignal lepl le leIllntll
signal pl cat constlHtlng of but three clots olll by bywliolttBs h hwllotu8 bywiititnls
wliolttBs wiititnls telegraphy across nn expanse oxpanseof
of od ocean nn BO broad no the distance Indi Indicated Intllcotetl IndlBated ¬
Bated It will wlllllpt not bi > dlllloult to present presently ¬
ly establish other signals I nnh and HO perfoot perfoottho
tho apparatus that easy communication uommunlcntlnucan
can be sot till iii autuss Rum oss tho Atlantic with without without ¬
out the theu use of tolographlo tale rnplmlo cables Tho Thosuggestion ThlIIU ThosuggeetiOlt
suggestion IIU ClJtlPII of Tenn ToRia that tho signals nlgnnlumay l1nnllimny signalsnifty
may como from Mars ns n similar ono onowas onowns
was 11 1113 rec re rcealted IVod not long ago on a wireless wirelesstilographlc wlroleotrilogrnphlo wlroleaetelegrapillo
tilographlc vibrant pinto which was wasbelieved wasb wasbelioveA
believed b llocl1l1r by him to come from beyond beyondtho
time earth max ho dismissed as alto altogether IIltOgethcl altogethet ¬
gether visionary visionarySan ls1onntSnn
San Frnnolsco CallTho CallThe Call CallTho
Tho construction of the required sIn station sInlion atatton ¬
lion on this side of the ocean will not notreriulre notrOflUII nutrequire
require much time nor will It bo diffi difficult dllllcult 11101cult ¬
cult for the Inventor to obtain tho thonionoy thomonay timemoney
money needed tor tho plant His III sys system systelll eyetom ¬
tem of telegraphy Is no longer an ox oxporlmont oxporlmont oxporlment
porlmont Capitalists recognize It ns nsgood 011good asgood
good business nnd nro willing WIIII to back backhim bacithim
him for a far larger sum than tho tlt pro proposed propose1 proposed ¬
posed plant will cost Wo are there ¬
fore within moasurablo distance dl tllnco of a atlmo 1time atime
time when wo may m y expect wlreloss tcl tclegrnphy tQIegrlphy tolegrnphy
egrnphy across tho ocean to bo an os ostnbllRhed 011tnhllshe1 ostnhlished
tnbllRhed system for tho transmission transmissionof
of messages How far the new teleg telegraphy ¬
raphy will affect the old cablo tomIlanles com companies comlln168 ¬
panies it Is Impossible to any ny but It Itsoems Itstfmfol Itseems
seems rertnln they will have hn vo n Ion lwbncompetition kconcompetition IoncOn1polltlon
competition to moot oven If they do not notImvo nothuc nothalo
halo to succumb altogether altogetherHECENT altogolhorHECENT aitogolhenRECENT
In the January number of tl thoNntlondl
Magazine tho first nrstl1rtlclu article of a sorlog on ontho tilltho onthe
tho career of Ole lilt > President ItcKln ItcKlnley McWnley alc1Clny
ley will appear This series is by Ben Senator Benator
ator Hanna and It may bo regarded regardedas
as authentic Tho National Is an en enterprising entef1fl enterprlsimtq ¬
terprising tef1fl hlg American magazine It1nttl lnc Its slot slotlea stories torJCs ¬
lea arc often strong nml 1111113 its picture of ofmen otmon ofmen
men and women of the day 111 thnoly
The W W Potter Co Boston BostonThe DostonTho BostonThe
The January number of Harpers Ba Bazar Dnznr Bar Barzar ¬
zar opens with a paper by Olive Bchrel Schreinor Bchrelner Sohroln
nor n r on Tho Womans Movement of 1 Our OurDay nIlIDI OurDay
Day DI This IH followed toll owed by tin Interest Interesting IntoreltIlIg interestlog ¬
log dissertation on Mr JnmwH Mill Mnsterpleoe Millterplece MMterpteoe
terpleoe by William Dean IIowolls IIowollsTho JIowallTho JlowollsThe
Tho author characterizes Mr James as aythe astho Mtho
tho inventor of tho international
American AmO > llcan girl There are several city clever ¬
or short stories a number of poems ar artlcloe articlos
tlcloe on fashions holiday notes etc etcnnd otcnnd etcand
nnd a pattern sheet IIheetTho Tho it Illustrations Illustrationsnro IIlu Usteatlonyare tllltlonll tllltlonllarc
arc both bountiful lIolllltifulnnlll1cout and beautiful bemttlful CulHnr CulHnrr Har Harper ltarper ¬
per r ft Bros Franklin Square Now NowYork NowYotk NowYork
York YorkTho YotkTho YorkThe
Tho Doecmbfr DOI mbr number of otthe the Procoaelon Pro Procawlon ProcOllllon
cawlon Js J the Heoond number of that thntpublication thlltIlUhllCIUdn thatpuillcattQn
publication It starts with WltIndPtluer n paper on onthe onthe onthe
the q CplOKy 1oeY OIY of Coal in fI the Unit UnitState United Ulllt1Stat UnitedStaley
State by h the odltor Franklin II IIieenil
Head Jt It has a short nrUclo on Air Airon Airon teron
on the Moon and another on Tho
New Star in lmumg Pm us It further dls dlscufUM dlsCUf1lQrj descues
cufUM CUf1lQrj cues New PJansts Farthest from fromtho tramtho fromthe
tho J3im IH jn n and Sun Spotu It closes closeswlti c10881tll closeswilt
wilt 1tll editorial notes on various topics
215 Btlmson Dlock Los Angeles Co CoThe Cal CnlTho CalTho
Tho January Number or of Pearsons Pearsonsagazine I Iearsmglirggnzln > ears ns nsJI
lirggnzln JI agazine ttuln is at hand early nnd nl 1 bright brightIt
It I Opens enll with Moro Adventures of oftain
lain Kettle by Cutllffo Ilyne Ilynenrc IJ nc ncT
T ore or severnl other illustrated Illustmtodainnng illustratedii
11 s ainnng llnOn which are St t Cruetaoon Crueta Crustaooon Cruetan
ooon n lw Arthur W Marchmont and
Th rhe i Hal Hell by Huron Meo Ieo
Very miifmlng hn lesting articles are those on onPbotngiiphlng onPbolngl onPhotngrlphing
Pbotngiiphlng Pbolngl lphlnr Cloudland by b Alder AlderAntlcrm AMerAnrJtl111n AlderAndereon
Antlcrm n and Fornloaa llilsy nus Day
by Frank Marshal White The latter latterutoiy latterIOIY latterstory
story la one ne of nnt llf life > graphically craphlcallyt
t IJ1 M and intereeiinfly lllustrtitcd lllustrtitcdThere lIlu illustratedThere lratld lratldThere
There Is a novel The Suitors of ofYtanne ofymne ofYsnnne
Ytanne by Hnfacl Babatlnl also a apaper 11Jluper apaper
paper cm Wonders of tho Transporta Transportation ¬
lion World by Wnldon Fawcett F cett nod nndIndian n nodindinn ll llInitiAl
Indian Nights Entertainment by
farntli Kumar Ghost OhO t Christmas Christmasame C Christmaslames rlstmnll rlstmnll110m
110m < lames ame some poetry and Dot rt 1 story for forchildren forhlld forehndren
children hlld n complete the fccceilant con contents cont ¬
tents t ntll of the magazine mnltozlnel3U > 4J t3Ib < 45 li Ia6t l < st tNI tNIteenth Nine Nineteenth ¬
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the other day aid that an In Innovation InnOl1toll Innuvatlon
novation had h4cn made m 1o < In Chi Chicn Chi0ll1l0 Chlrnr1o
rnr1o cn 0ll1l0 u by tha Introducing In introducing of a atelephone a atolophono ttOloPbono
telephone nystom h tom In rostnuranti rostmirantawhereby rostnurantiwheioby rOlltIlUlalltwheroby
whereby you could telephone telephonefrom t tttom
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