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thorltles will act upon u on tho oOlolal nd ndvice ndIcu ctdvIce
vice Icu ot City Attorney Nye and lal lalo laloImmedlalo L1k0mm1lato < o oimmediate
immediate stops top In In reference to the therights thetlghls theltthta
rights of tho city to the thCuRo use and control controlof
of the waters In the Jordan1 JOrtJltnrlvor river hold holdby holdby 1OIIby
by the cIty for many yearn nnd nnl whichJuwe which whichImve whichiave
Imve iave to nomu extent been Invaded by bythn b bthet t ttilt
tilt Electrical r Imver nwer Company It is ismost IsInost haInout
most Important f flat at the water hall be botaken betnken bea1Ct1
taken out at a Jllah higher I10I r level than at atPresent Itte tttPreuent
Present e enl so tha tim exchanges that thathave thathnwo I Ihuvo
have been lIon contH iplatod for the benefit benefitot
ot the city may mn be effected In In good goodilme good1ime i
time Them rher ought to bo no delay in incommonclng Incommencing IIIcommencing
commencing this work and it should b bpushed hI hIpusbell b6puahed
pushed to completion as rapidly an n po ponlblo IIOlIle poshbIo
nlblo nlbloIt lIle lIlen
It t in h evident from the recommenda recommendation recotnmcnathan ¬
than of the City Attorney nnd also alsofrom 010from alsoS
S from the petition nnd complaint complaintWhich complolntWhich complaintVbiCl
Which will soon bo filed In court courtthat courtthnt courtthat
that tho notion noll n entertained by norno nornopeople lIomoJcorl omopeople
people that tho city haw not been boeninjured beenInJurfl ccl1 ccl1InjU
injured InjU d or its rights Jeopardized jeol > l1rdlzed by bythe bytho bythe
the decisions that have iaVt been IJlcnrcndererJ IJlcnrcndererJIn rendered renderedIn
In favor of the th Electrical Power com company comImn cornPat1 ¬ I
pany Imn Is not endorsed endor ed by tho city clt au authorities nuthorltles fluthiorlthe ¬
thorities nor by the attorneys ntt rney engaged engagedin engagedIn
in defending those thonon rights rightsIn rlgb III IIIIn
In n considering tho hole matter It Itshould ItIIbould ItShould
should bo lo clear to tl those who > lnvestl lnvestlgate InvcRtnll Invoatigate
gate nll It that there U a great difference differencebetween dlterencobetween dttterencobetween
between taking water for mechanical mechanicalpurposes 11IechllnlcallIrpOsea mechanicalIdlirposea
purposes out ut ot a stream or o natural naturalsource MturolBOUrO ntturalHourco
source ot supply and returning It to tothat tl tlthnt tothat
that stream unulmlnlshed In quantity quantitynnd qUllnlltynnllqunllty
find nnllqunllty quality and taking water from a aconstructed aconBtrllollll aConatrticted
constructed canal cah l belonging to a pub public publie ¬
lie corporation using It for private pur purPOUCH purpoae purpoae
poae and returning It Into Intothl1t that canal canalAlso conalAlso canalAleo
Also that It seems n strange propoal proposition propoaltlon propoalthan ¬
than to declare declnrothnt that the private pdvatecompnn pdvatecompnnwns company companywas companyvnsentitle4
was vnsentitle4 entitled to totM th be use of waters from fromthat fromttnt fromthat
that ranal during the llmo when n nsuit nllit aMitt
suit was pending for tho acquisition acquisitionof ncqul llIol1 llIol1ot
of that right under tha ho law of eminent eminentdomain omlnentclomaln eminentlomaln
domain The dissenting opinion ar arthus or1fU fir1U1
1fU 1U1 j thus thusIn thueIn
1 In tho pending suit referred l to the thaBait thoSntt theRalt
Bait like I lko Water nnd Klectrlcnl Power PowerCompany lowcreompllny IowerCompauy
Company does not seek to acquire the thoright tlloIhht thelight
right to divert from tho htad of the theHalt tlleHnlt tileiaLt
Halt Lake City canal thin water as asaforesaid n8nloreH astiforenaid
aforesaid nloreH l1l appropriated by the city but butWrongfully bUIlVrot1lffully bUtWrongfully
Wrongfully claims that it has already alreadyacquired AlreadYntqulrell alreadynequirud
acquired that right under Its said no notico notlcoot noticot
tico tlcoot at appropriation of tho same and andpniy anllnlV andonly
only seeks e elcu lclJ to acquire the right to 0 die discharge dlscharjte diecharge ¬
charge Into tho city canal ono and andonehalf nnllonehnlt andonehalf
onehalf miles mll befov US Trtafl lTln water waterwhich Wll1elwhich
1 which It wtongfully claims It has hnlltha hnllthatlcht the tlmright theI
I right to divert under notices notl s of appro appropriation opproprill uppropriatton ¬
priation prill lion which ore Invalid so far us asthey usthey usthey
they relate to the prior vested rights of ofthe otthc ofthe
the city cityThe cItyThe ctyThe
The petition to bo entered for a aconstruction ntonatrwtlon aVonetrttion
construction of tho original decree In Inthis Inthll Inthle
this cause for Instructions thereon to tothe tothe tothe
the commissioner appointed by the thecourt thorour therout
court rour and for or a supplemental decree decreemodifying IlecreomodIfyIng decreemodtfylng
modifying die tormer decision Is ot otvery otvet o oeny
very vet great Importance to the city and andto nndCo ando
to o nil parties concerned In this litiga litigation IIl1gnlion UtigaLion ¬
lion Tbo dissatisfaction felt Is wide widespread vldosprelll vIdospread ¬
spread anil It Is l of no uaa UM ui to intimate intimatethat Intlmnlethnt Intimatethat
that th the citys water rights lave not notteen notbeen noti
i been Jsopardlzcd for the contention will willgo willBO willgo
go on onunlll until those rights are vindicated vindicatedMeanwhile vlndlclltcl1fttennwhlle vJnUcatcdlt1ettnwhlle
Meanwhile the work of taking tho wa water vaor n ntel ¬
tel or qut qi at a higher level than at present presenthhonld presentthonId
hhonld not no bo delayed dela cd or retarded retarded8AN1TA1W1M fctn nctrduXI nctrduXRANITA1IIIIM ert ertRANITAlUU1
Another great rebt Ire Is added to the al already clteady ulleady ¬
ready long Ion I list of the present year yearThis yearIhl ear ear2his
This Ihl time a disastrous conflagration conflagrationhas
has laid the great sanitarium at Bat Battle nn nntlo linttie ¬
tie Creek Mich In ruins ruinsThis ruln8Thll ruInsThis
This institution notwithstanding 1U 1Upeculiarities 111IJJorullnrltles flitpeenhvuritles
peculiarities or perhaps erhat > on account of ofthese ufth060 uti
i these had become one of the moat moatfamous mOlt1antoull mostfamous
famous bealth resorts r Bort8 of tho country countryt
it t was founded by Seventhday Advent Adventiats AdonLIBts Adventlets
lets or Seventhday U Dalllt i > u t as I they theynre the thehro theyare
are called sometimes for tho double doublepurpose dUllbleurptlslI diublepurpose
purpose of benefiting mankind physic physically l physically > hlIlc hlIlcaU ¬
ally aU and propagating the th peculiar doc doctrines doctrInes doetrines ¬
trines of the sect In accordance with withthese Withtlmlo Withtisee
these objects the stockholders derlrq derlrqno
no financial benefit from their Invest Investmont Invest Investment tnvosmont
mont it Is Ill1nld said and the ho employes from fromthe fr fromi ln lnthe
i the boll boy bo to the trained nurse and andthe Ulltt Ullttthe umithe
the doctor enter the institution as a a1lous aligious re religious ¬
ligious duty The highest salary paid paido
z to o n doctor Is it is claimed JDS 116 G n i month monthAnd monthAl1d monthAmid
And yet et there are live hundred em emrOYei emiloyea
1 rOYei loves In the Institution all oMtstlng In Incarrying Incnrrylng Incarrying
carrying out the object for or which It Itwas Itwas itssas
was founded foundedAs
As for the treatment of the numer numerous numeroUa nurnerone ¬
one patients this consists entirely entlrel In Inthe Inthe inthe
the application ot the laws 101 of hygiene hyglenoCoffee hgleneCofec hygieneCoffee
Coffee tea malt and spirituous liquors liquorsspices liquorsSplCll1 liquorssplcee
spices pickles baking powder meat meatcheese mootr11 mcotcbecse
cheese r11 clle sweet sw et cakes Ice crwim cold colddrinks collIdrinks colddrInkS
drinks and even milk unlew sterilised sterilisedare l1 l1lite
are entirely enUrlyllIBCArllcd discarded and the diet l llimited IlImltlf ii iihimitod
limited to fruit cereals creal nuts eggs ORCBend OCISand eggsand
and getabtes t > Only two meeln mesore a dajr dajrpro itut1TO
pro allowed ono nt night oclock in tb tbrnorninK the tbemDlnlnll themorning
morning md < one at three In the at attcrnuon otttrnoon attrnoon
tcrnuon It Is seriously afwort 1liortfJ tht thttho thatthe thtthe
the effect of this diet la shown In the thebind thetntI thehind
bind tntI disposition it It produces vrQ uces in all thAt thAtpartnke thatpartake tlmtpartake
partake of it Everybody eI qdY Is I gentle No Noliarsli No1mrah Noharsh
harsh words ma eVcr heard on the thepremises the11teml thevremlseL
premises 11teml s AH are ar anxious to help helpeverybody helltcrrbodr helpeverybody
everybody and complete ccm ld hansony pre petj
VI111 I 1111 i li t lh thy > tKtlrmmv 1 of the thef IhertlullJ thettlutnUs
rtlullJ lOr f III I llHlllUllHM llHlllUllHMHi 3MI jn jnflepIds
nhlr Hi diet dm dl dMtrlhd rll rlhJ 1 till kind Of Ofbaths O ObnlhB Ofbaths
baths mo given Ivan including the alcotrlo alcotrloVHpor atotrlovlIPJr eutrIuvspir
VHpor Unili I > > lh Massage treatment U i also nltodmlhl 11110lr1mltilIIIeII alsoIdnilhtatsrecl
lr1mltilIIIeII dmlhl l rcd Plenty of nlr and light lightml lI liltiltsail < < ht htnll
sail ml much InUOhll1usoulnr inusoulnr oxorcU complete completetht OolOpletth
the th treatment Ir The fundamental tllnilurn lllni ucla prlnclpliw IlrlnGlplo uclacipleson
clpliw cipleson on which whl h It 11 bawd are nrelhttllll nrelhttllllDlleAlI hess hwisDisease hesstlluesae
Disease Is 1 only 0111 the result o oe wrong wrongimblm Wrolllrh wronghabitit
imblm h bllll In life and o Olin n be gotten rid of ofby ofby ofby
by following < < the propheto command commandCenat commllnICen eommsnflCease
ICen Cease to do evil and CllIIllollfn leurn to do well welland welliand welland
and Nntur Alan can cur phI physlolmis phIciani
olmis fflnnot lies modlcltiM baths batliannd balhnnll bathsUndi
nnd other rkmedloi tire IIr Powerless to tohiol tohol tohmenh
hiol tilt h healJllrtlIolVor allriy power N I In tao tk blood bloodand bloollnOli blopdcmi
and It Is the blood that must do lie thehellln tileimesliim liehealing
healing hellln by b repairing tho wast rwtor rwtorInt teIItorIn mestorIns
Ins In the lit dlsoTl tlUlI1deyw rd funetlons and nnl re repttlrlng ispairing
pairing 1 > < < rlnrr the lie domaKwl atrlalfltlllllnI thence The th con consistent conIatnt conIstent ¬
sistent npplluatlon of HUM th principles In InMid Inlaid InMid
Mid to have had wonderful reeulti In Ina Inn ina
a Rif grit t many rnies of slokness sloknessTlm sIelnasTile 10111I0 10111I0rill
rill iranag IIInnQelllnt innt ot 0 the Institution Institutionlias
lias suffered a great IfNft t loss by the fir firbut firebu firsbut
but t appears to be piiparwd to rebuild rebuildnt
at once It wag Wl oitnbllahed by philan philanthropy ilihiantiliopy IhllanIhropy ¬
thropy and It will no doubt be re reestablished reOlllbllhell reoatstliliuhied ¬
established In the Mine 1110 way In tine thomeantime Iho11191L1tUmO tinemeantime
meantime tho illMBter has widely Iitol ml mlvortletd nity adortlsed
vortletd y rU ecllt It It will bo better known l < IIown In Inthe InIh Inthi
the Ih future than it has been hitherto hithertoTimiIJ hltherloTJIltlm hIthertoTIhltJH
rime Senate hav iia ratified rnII fIII the treaty treatywith tttntywith ttaywith
with Denmark regarding the ho transfer of oftho IIrIho if ifho
tho three Danish West Indian Islands Islandsto
to tho United States The further furthersteps furthertIlPS furthersteps
steps neomary neoessaryfor for tho completion of tho thotransaction thotrtnlfloUon thetransection
transaction will follow In n duo course courseof
of time The > conaldorntfon oonall1 Jnloll l III 5000000 5000000nml 5000000011I1 5000000ntiil
nml the Danish government is I to re retuln rtIlIln retiUn
tuln the III responsibility for to the public publicdebt IlutJllc1ltbtlll pubticilebti
debt < < of the tb colony amounting to about aboutti000000 aboutf
ti000000 ti000000The f 2000000Tim OOOOOO OOOOOOThC
The entire area of the three Inlands InlandsIn
In sold to tIt be1223 hni 23 square miles and thu thunumber thoIIUmbel thumnumbor
number of Inhabitants Is estimated tit
32000 It Is not a formidable addition additionto
to the United Blates area unit popula population Ilopulttlon iiopuiulion ¬
lion suCh as might justify ju llty any fears fearsfor CoarutOI fearsfoi
for tho nppcarunco ot if now Island prob problems probloml probiema ¬
lems On the other hand It la l sup supPOHcd IIUPpe supposed
posed pe > Hod that the ho acquisition will lll romilt romiltIn
In many advantage to the country Tho Thogreater fhoItWLlel rhogeaer
greater part of if tim people there are arecolored urltcolored arecolored1
colored but there is no color line nil nilmvliiff 1111hnvlnl allhavIng
havIng equal privileges Educa Educailon Ritucno1Ion Educaton
ton Is compulsory and nil children go goto goto 0 0to
to school Tin Kiiglloli RlIgll language InnlUoIIOIIIIIII InnlUoIIOIIIIIIIl1etstood IH un understood iii iiideratood ¬
derstood by nfl or nearly so Itcllgious ItcllgiousIbcrty Jtellrrluuliberty ltehIgIoueiiberty
liberty prevails and several denomina denominations denomlnntlons denominatons ¬
tons are represented In the Islands IslandsA
A native of 8t t Thomas nays In 11 the theIndependent lie lieIndependent
Independent that life In those Islands Is Isvery lsVel isvery
very Vel delightful Tho people are hospl hosplable 1I0pltable hospitable
table During tho social season from fromDecember tramDecomber fromlecombei
December till April there are numerous numerousamusements numerousamusements numerousamusements
amusements The cost of living IIvl is ischeap IsChlA1 ischeap
cheap A largn mansion can bo lJ rent rented rentcll rented ¬
ed for or82 12 G a month and a good servant servantwill servantwill emAntwilt
will work for or from 5 to t1 7 a month monthFruit monlhcrult monthFruit
Fruit and vegetables can bo had in inabundance Innbllndnnce Inabundance
abundance Time meat Is l to a large ox extent oxtcnt oxtent ¬
tent brought brou ht from Porto Rico cattle cattlesheep cattleheep cattlesheep
sheep and plus being sent over alive aliveThu nllveThl aliveThe
The waters about the islands are 10 teem teemnff hemInll teemlag
lag nff with fish and fishing Is I a consld consldcrablo conshlcrablo conelderablo
crablo Industry Tho colored people peopleare l1oplonre
are the best In the West Indies They Theyarc TheynrQ Theyare
arc faithful kindly moral Intelligent Intelligentnnd Into1lg nt ntI1nd
and religious When slavery was 18 abol nbolshed abolIMIl abollshtd
shed lit 1813 they cOntinued c to work workor workfor Workfor
for or their old masters und as n a result resultthare resultthoro resultthere
there have always been tho most cordial cordialrelations coritlnlrolallons cordialrelations
relations between bot ween the thewo two wo races An Anearthly Anonrlllly Anerth1y
earthly paradise like IIkethls this deserves to tocomo tocomo tocome
como under the blessings of American Americangovernment Amerlcllnrrov Annericanrovernment
government governmentTho rrov fnment fnmentThO
Tho New York World gives limo bl blowing folIlIwlnll f l llowing ¬
owing figures showing the tholerrltorlul tholerrltorlulcxpanslon territorial territorialexpansion territorialexpansion
expansion of the United States by bypurchase bypurchllse bypurchase
purchase and conquest since the he year
803 18031 18031Ioul 1803Louisiana 803oulslana
Louisiana Ioul lann purchase 1803 115000000 115000000To IGooOOOOlorldlL 15000000Florida
Florida 1819 68 6489768 6489768Mexican 76S 76SMexican
Mexican cession Um 18260000 18260000lurohao 1V280000Iurchiaa
lurohao tront Texas osro 10000000 10000000Onlhd 10800000ladsde
Onlhd n purchase 1853 JOOOOOOO JOOOOOOOAln 30000000Alaska
Aln Alaska kl1 l8G7 7200000 7200000Ihllllllllno 7200000PhilIppIne
Ihllllllllno 181ndn J59 20000000 20000000MlItJounllhllpplnea 20000000dulttioiinI
MlItJounllhllpplnea dulttioiinI Piiliippines 1901 100000 100000Danish 1iO000lanlsh
Danish Wcat Indies 1902 GOOOOOO GOOOOOOTotnl 8000000Total
Total oo 02039763 02039763To
To this list Is added Texas In Ml MlOregon 1mt
Oregon In In ISIS the HaNTnllan Islnnctj Islnnctjn Jllinm JllinmIn sIantin
In n 1S97 Porto lUau anA Ouam in 18381 18381nnd 1S 189 189and i innd
nnd one of the hO Bainoan Islands In HOT HOTThe 15 15Tho 1609The
The aggregate nrea of territory added addedo arldellto
to o the United States by purchase ces cesIon cesIon ceezion
Ion or conquest from 1800 to 1902 in inelusive Incluslve inelusive
elusive Is 2071376 square miles Tho Thonrrltory Thotorrltory Theterritory
territory now covered by the American Americanlag
lag including both hemispheres ox exceeds oxCllfllls oxcoeds ¬
ceeds an area ot all Europe by lJ my just justmooo uat uat23a000
236000 square miles milesWAIl 1111108An autosVAU
l lICentuck y yKentucky
Kentucky SCtnt ras to be in the throw throwof
of war ar At least some of the battles battlesreported bnttlollreported battlesreported
reported from the Philippine have havebeen haebeen havebeen
been no noppro appro disastrous to > the partici participants IlIutlcl11antR particlpants ¬
pants tlmft the one that was fought a aahort nIhort aabort
abort time ago near MIddlesboro ICy KyAccording ICyArcoNtln IcyAccording
According to the reports the opposing opposingforcM oppo opposingtores lng lngturctfl
forcM consisted of a deputy dOI > uty sheriff sheriffwith shorlfwith sheriffwith
with forty men end ani an outlaw with withtwentytwo withtwnty withtwentytwo
twentytwo twnty two and nine persons were werekilled wlreklllud wereklilud
killed and the sheriff among these theseTlio thesoTbo theseThe
The outlaws escaped capture though thoughUi thoullhUllr thoughUncle
Ui Uncle lr fort was burned burnedDut burnellDut burnedBut
Dut the end is apparently not yet yetTlio yotTho yetTIme
TIme leader of the moonshiners Leo LeoTurner I1iTurner LeoTurner
Turner Is said to have rallied a force forceof
of two hundred mountaineers and andto andto andto
to be determined to take his revenge revenrcitizens rovnCltlzenll revengeCitizens
citizens of Mlddleeboro fear that an anattack anauack anattack
attack will be made upon tho town townand town townanll townand
and tho thOQ111cers ho officers are armed and on their tholrguard thllrjunl4rurnel theiruarul
guard junl4rurnel Turner says he will rebuild his hisfort hiltforttil1lt histortint1
fort forttil1lt and keep a standing army arm of MV MVoral MVentl isvcciii
oral hundred men ready to defend It ItAndan ItAnd itAmlns
Andan And 8 he has no lack of money mone It Itla ItI itIs
I Is thought that hewill lIe will certainly en endeavor endeavor ¬
deavor to carry OQrr out his plans All Allthe Allthe Allthe
the coat mlntrv of tho ho region to the thenumber t thenumber be benumber
number of tOOO 000 and nnlllllVtrallnountain nnlllllVtrallnountainfttIrI MVtral inountiUu inountiUueara
eara are tald to sympathize with htm htmmid blmnnd litnianti
mid If that Is the cam he may 111I be able ableto ableto ibisto
to cause some trouble to the author authorities outhorItle antheritioL ¬
ities itiesTie itioLTIne
ItleTile Tie Tile otllcers arc ot count formulat formulating ¬
lag their plan of ce < mpIeti in lII to kill or orcapture orMllturo orcapture
capture the lawdefers nod If both bothsld lothtld8 mothsides
sld sides a nre an n mu determined M they the up uppear il ilIINI isppanic
pear to he b another battle hal may 1111 wxur wxurIn
In the mountains of c old Kentucky And Andall txmtiLu nll nllaU
all Lu for the sake ot I1U lIIe1 I whltkymak whltkymakAYe
We hoar It r a u gnat deal about the long longilrae lonJtll1HI tongtime
time It takes to ajtnblUh tabll 1 law II and or order ordor oriter ¬
der In the Philippines hll > l1lnel w wb wince litre tor cen centurion Cilnturl centunes ¬
tunes turl there has been but a weak gov governnwnt IOYrllmNI geyerurnct
ernnwnt Hut we 1 Vt ice 1 our ur own coast ooiiBtr 00111thy coasttty
tr hy > n tllhatllnulr rt tU tanul R 1 fan oaIM oftjnwh oftjnwhinr ot 111101 111101Inl 1chlog
log v lnt4luaf nd tia on tu ouda tlU aa emln emlrantty emlranttyobldlnli emlnMtywabldIng ntty nttyvvabtdlair
vvabtdlair obldlnli and an well c ulppea Jp ppe J to be Ii a
tracer of momfe among nil the nn nntlutiB nnUull anlulls
lulls Vf We should not bwxime so en enroMlJ Oflgrossed n nOrofwd
grossed In reformatory work abroad abroadtlmt nbrKitthut abroadthat
that ffo forgot tora t to nw sweep cp our own back backyfirds liLcklItd back9P6ltdL
yfirds lItd What Is this parabld about tho thoboaiil thtLOI1I1 thobflUlll
boaiil und the hints mote7DUMONrH lIole1u hintsIi
DUMONrH u mo rH NAItUOW NAItUOWDutnont N Ni hilt hilt8tntoe W HJOAIIY HJOAIIYflAnlolJ
flAnlolJ Dumont flurnonttho the noted Hrazlllan Hrazlllanneronuut JlrulllannlJronnut Brazilianaeronaut
aeronaut had I mu narrow esonpe from fromdentl fromi1
dentl i1 li the other day when hIs airship airshipiiemmo alNJhlrlIalnlJ airshipimicatno
imicatno iiemmo lIalnlJ unmamigeublo ulllUnnn ablu nnd fell Into tho thobuy tholJty ho hoby
buy of Monaco MOIIRCOHis Monacoills lOURCIIIII
His III Intention was to make a trip to toCnpe toI toCape
Cape I o Murtln anti back again Whei Wheihe heii heiiho
he left Ihl ho aerodrome noro lromo lie weather weatherviio
viio fine and tho motor worked VQrk d smooth emoothly
ly I Hut suddenly tho propeller became becameentangled becnlnoInlnn becameentangled
entangled Inlnn I I lit one of the wires and the theaeronaut theaoronaut theaeronaut
aeronaut lout control of the ship Then Thenn
n qutll struck it and oarrled It sky skyward HIywalll shywarui ¬
ward M Dumont pulled tho cmurg cmurgtnoy ellloulnO eniorgeney
tnoy lnO cord and let the gos fls escape but buta IJU t ta
a gap 8 flfl P WM IM torn III th thit ololh nail the thoship Ihohlll theahiip
ship fell wltli UI great velocity Hvery Hverytlilnf Unr UnrIhll1 Bverything
thing In the lUll was Va lion On throwlI own out outto outto outto
to lighten tho craft lUll this checked checkedIts
Its descent somuwljat OII1tW t but finally It Itdropped ItdroPIJelI itdmppiI
dropped ilk a ston alon4 Into tho water waterThe walorJho waterline
The master of tho pratt became en entanglod on1RIIIIJd entangled
tangled in the wIm rirjpi nnd A 1111 hurled bo botionth IJ IJI10lIth honoath
tionth tli time Ihvelopt nvelol IOJlt 4f thtf balloon Ho HoWM Itowas i
WM 1 finally rescued by th the crew cre of one oneof 0011of oneof
of the many IOIUI1lIfJ1llt boats just hat hud hurried htlrrltlliothe to tothe tolie
the scene and nd It aiiwaro IHIIU that ho Wit wiunone WitIIone waslions
none the lie worse ffr r the oxcltlnj Clxcltl ex exlerlonce CXerJence x xterl
terl lerlonce lerlonceM erJenceM ne neM
M Dumont haS b been n talking about aboutmaking aboutroakln aboutToaking
making roakln A trip across VF0 rMJI the Ih Atlantic In Inhis 111his inlila
his airship Ills fall nUllilo Into lift Medlter Medltertaneau Mcdliiilancaim 111IIIIerneoli
taneau neoli should mnko nlm oon oondldor oonIrlor nonshier
shier well whether such an un undertahltiK tindllrtlllllnl 110iurtaltml1
dertahltiK would not be lUlrldnl lUlrldnlIt ulrlitolI
It has h 1I IKMII denionstrattit more than thannee thinlice thanlice
< lice we believe that his craft ounnot ounnotbo QAnootbe
be managed In 1111 H wind und If lIe should shouldencounter shou1llencounler shouldencounter
encounter nn Atlnntlo storm In mid mimioceamm midocean rnleOCNUI
ocean timers might not be any IIn boats boatsready bOlltlrtnlly boOtsready
ready to tush tu his rescue Aerlnl Aerlnlnavigation Aerlolmlgntiolf Aerinlnavigation
navigation has not yet ot developed bo boyond boyonll beyond
yond the first experiments Home day daym daytllO daytime
time m eftrtli ulll be circumnavigated li III IIIthe hthe lithe
the nlr but that cannot be done In a atoy IIlay atoy
toy mnclilne The nucccsNtul airship nlrahlpwo nlr hlp
wo 0 presuma will ilnqlly bo ono con constructed conIIlruoled constructed ¬
structed mate on the plan of the Ih birds birdst binIIt
It t will be a contrivance with nlr celln cellnhat ctllltllat coilsthat
hat can to b no filled with aiis ns to non neurtillze noutmllte nontrahize
rtillze Its weight and with an ipparn ipparnus rlllpllltll
tll us cviTMpondlng tojlie to Ihe wings of the thebirds lh lhblrl1a lbbirds
birds to thriVe It forward In any un desired desireddirection deslrlllII denlreddirection
direction II I An Inllated bag with a gon kon1I0in Inondola gondola ¬
dola attached nltllohallwlll will not be 10 the coming comingairship comingnlr conmingairshIp
airship nlr hlp Man must mu t leant to fly from fromhe trorntho fromtime
he Inhabitants of the air that have Imvorun havobroil havebroim
broil run pmutlclng the art since the th morn mornng lIIornIng mimornlag
lag ng of creation orftl tlon and that perhaps > S may mayto 11111 11111o maybe
be to o wondering how it Is that human nmnman bo bongs boInrs holags ¬
lags ngs are BO slow to catch oMoholl oMohollHlMIJ on onItUAh onRFittj
ItUAh FHUXUH l WOMiV WOMiVA Wo mN mNwriter
A A writer In tho London Chronicle Chroniclequoted ChronloleqUOICtI Chroniclequoted
quoted by Publlo Opinion endeavors tu tugive 10Ilvo togive
give his readers n moro correct opinion opinionof
of tha th Pi 1rollh mill women than that which whichgenerally whichg whichgenerally
generally g prevails Ho denIed denl ll that thathey thatth thaithOy
hey th y as o a rule are frivolous empty emptyleaded emptyheatlell emptyheaded
leaded and Immoral On the contrary conttaryto
ho to says they the are very ver practical and andactive nullnotlvo andactive
active Ho concludes his argument as asallows liSfollows asfollows
follows followsThe followsTime allowsThe
The desire to please which Madame Madamedo
do Qlranlln ono of the most brilliant brilliantnnd brilliantnnd brilliantmind
nnd witty wilt of French women calls en 11 I the thevhole thowholo tinewhole
whole duty dut of woman has a vastly vastlyvldcr vastlywIder nailYwider
wider meaning In tho eyes tC of a French Frenchvoman l Freitoliuoflanm rl noh nohwomnn
voman and la not limited to the con conquest COliI1l1cII conquest ¬
quest of ellglbln young men It Is nn nnnstlnct nn nnInRlInct anInstinct
Instinct that has been lJ en sedulously ciiltl ciiltlateil oulllatetl cuhllvatemi
ateil In place of being repressed rCl1res ell as ass asla asIs
la s so often tho Irnctlco practice with worthy worthyind worthyIIl1d worthytimid
timid oven noble English nIIBh women as a anora nInoraillutynllli amacoh
Inoraillutynllli macoh nora duty dutynail and the desire tlo lre to please bo booming bocoming hocoming ¬
coming a second nature H extended extendednot
not only to husband children and andrlends andtrleOlIIl andfriends
friends but also to tho daughterIll daughterIllaw
last aw limo motherinlaw the governess governessvho IIOIornCRSwho
who teaches the children tho drcssmnk drcssmnkr
er r the servant The humblest shop shopgirl shopgirl shopgirl
girl shows the same Instinctive desire desireto
to o pleaso Instead of vexing and re repelling reo reopeillng ropehhing ¬
pelling and does not rest content with withmo with011II withone
mo sex And ad with all the defects of ofler other ofhem
her ler convent training which Is not as asuniformly a auniformly asuniformly
uniformly bad however as depleted depletedand
and the lie chief defect ot which Is the theoo thetoo
too oo great domination exorcised over her herronadcnco herJf hereonmsclcnco
ronadcnco Jf clenco by the IholollloUII religious directors directorshe
thin he French woman has more Intelli Intelligence Intelllgonce intethigenre ¬
genre more mastery over her special specialmetier RpeclnlInotlcr specialmetier
metier In the scIence of life a greater greatervariety groolorvarloty greatervrsrhety
variety of knowledge than the average aveiagowelleducated averngoelledllcntcd averagewelleducated
welleducated English woman womanFOR womnnpon womanFOR
The oleomargarine bill passed by the thoHouse IhoJJ thehOuse
House JJ uso ot tieproftfintatlvcs alms at the thesuppression lhelIupprcalon ihosuppmeulon
suppression of the Bale ot that article articleunder articleunller articleunder
under false colors col r It Imposes Intl > oes n tax of
10 cents n pound upon oleomargarine oleomargarinewhen
when colored In Imitation ot butter butterWhen butterWhen butterWhen
When not no thus colored col red the tax to be bepaid bepalol bepatti
paid Is l but onofourth of a cent a apound npounll apound
pound poundIn pounllIIIReeralatatOB
In IIIReeralatatOB several states the taws prohibit thin tlutmanutactuie th thmllnutaatule thinmanufacture
manufacture and sale of colored oleo oleomargarine oleomargarlno oleomargarine ¬
margarine end nmcl kindred products but butIt
It seems that tho laws have be been n Inef Ineffective Ineftotlve metfeotlve ¬
fective M long lon as such products were werelegitimate worololtlllmlle werelegitimate
legitimate articles Of Interstate com commerce commroo cornmneree ¬
merce The bill sets ta aside this obstacle obstacleto
to action by th tll9 tl Individual states and andplaces andplaces lndplncCll
places th tIme substitute for butter undir undirstate unl1trsllteoontlol undsrstate
state sllteoontlol sllteoontlolrhere control controlThere controlThere
There la of course no reason why whyoleomargarine wh wholeomlrtnrlne whyoleomargarIne
oleomargarine as such should be thin tlmobject th thobJlIJt thinobject
object ot special legislation If It Is Ispure 18pure ispure
pure It II In every OfI respect toss objec objectionable obJectlonablo objectlonabio ¬
tionable than much of the butter that tlmtfinds thatflndl thatfinds
finds Its way to the market Hut It Is Isproper Ispro ispmover
proper pro er list the fraudulent practice ot otcoloring otcolotlng ofcoloring
coloring intuit selling It as butter should shouldreceive IIhouldreclv shouldreceIve
receive lerlstatlve attention If that thatpractice thnlpraott thatpractice
practice con be stopped bV b the Impo Imposition tmpollIon Impoultion ¬
sition of a tax that tax to I it Jut It Ifliowvr Itbowver Itliowtyer
liowvr th the article Is inadu and sold solduxt eo1 saidjust < < 1 1ju
ju just uxt t for what It 10 I there II no reason reasonfor reofIOnfor reasonfor
for nwolal Ial taxation It jKHiple prefer preferolfomormtine pMInlflOlQar prefiroieoimusrgminlns
olfomormtine nlflOlQar rlne on account of otlta its cheap cheaper ¬
er r piles pl1eeor or for r any reason 1011 they tbe hlluill shiUuitlnut hlluillnot r ud udnot
not be made ml tt fli > pay nn extra quarter of ofa
a cnt to the ROTernment for the priv privilege prhliege prlvliege ¬
liege of eatIng the cheaper ch llptr njttcle The Thepoint Thlrolnt ThepoInt
point It to prutMt l > futGOttho limo public agaInst asalnstfraud IIplMttraUlI agaInstfraud
fraud And wj e presume such protec protection prottltlon mrotseIon ¬
Ion can b be hind only by IJ making It a acriminal act1mlnal acriminal
criminal offense to sell sellImitations 1I Imitations under underalso unilerII1I1t1 underfaiset
also names namesHut naln nalnDut namesBut
Hut Iowa ngalrtW food ndulterntlon ndulterntlonshould 11lultll1lIonhoull1 amlulterstionhinommid
should tAke a mush wider mUll than thanth thallllw bait1w
th llw 1w dairy lIllyprol1uotll productS It ww shown n nfew aSW
few SW 1 years ago aK at It t pure food congress congressIn
In Washington thftt our annual food foodbill tnoibill
bill amounts J to In the neighborhood neighborhoodot nethborhooletnve
ot etnve live billion dollar nnd that about abouttivo oboutl abouttlvo
tivo l to per ltl cent of till IhI Is I paid 14 for worth worthIMS worthISis I
ISis stuff ult unsuitable sult IIIQ for human tool foojThat toolTMt foejThat I
That 1 Is to wy 6A lI the American Americanpwpla AmericantI1p1e Americanppie
pwpla JlPf pn > Annually one hundred hundredmillion hllndrellMiUlon humOredsuflhlon
million rtolkirfl for to worthiest worthl Iniredlenu Iniredlenumixed IDlN IflSNdientJnIzed lentl
mixed 1 1x with their food and 10 10per JOpt 10pC
per cent of this joe i iea e to > > pay for
poisonous ollfonuu ubalarirei dangerous id life lifennd litennd Dfeand
nnd health Dr Laltjrrier analyst o otho ot otIho ofthe
the Now York Htatu Hoard of Health HealthIB
IB authority for the statement that o ot
370 articles of diet lit common use us it itevery tli tliIvet Iievery
every Ivet jiounolioM 25 are moro or orlen orlenIIdlllternttcl o less lessadulterated les lesndithtersited
adulterated These figures lI urt oven If IOl1ly IOl1lynpl1toxlmntoly only onlyapproximately onlyapfiroximmnatoly
approximately correct glvo a good 011111e 011111eot Idea Ideaof
of the mnunltudo of tho fraud thai thnlill thnlilldtlll1 In Indally Indaily
dally perpetrated nnd they no nocount nocCJunt nocount
count to woinu extent for torlnany many ot tho thonllmentH tho11llIl1onllll thetilimhtmntit
nllmentH and dIseases 1I of which hu humanity ItuIl1l1nlty hutimaftity ¬
manity In I the victim victimPeoplo vlcllll1Peoplll Viotitmnheoplo
Peoplo have an undoubted right rj < < I to tocat tooot taeat
cat whatever they please Hut Uu they theyalso theynlao theyalso
also have n t right to know whiitthey whiittheyreceive what tho tholcclJlve Umoy Umoyreceive
receive when they nail and pay 111 for a acertain IIo acertain
certain o rttlln piuduct If they nre willing wlIlI tRto tRtolIat to tooat toOct
oat ground soapstone sonll tol16 with hOle th ll flour flournnd flourrind 1ournnlt
rind lisa olive oil nuida of cotton aCed nocdK
If they timC Imvo no objection to pipe clay clayIn
In theIr vermicelli or orsllnd nand In their theirsugar theirIIUlnr theirsugar
sugar mustard husks and red clay in intliilr InIhdr Inhair
hair nllrpico unit 1111I1110 so on hero It I noth nothing nulhIOff n th thlag ¬
lag to MY ty about It Hut if It Is i wheat wheatflour whMtnour wheatflour
flour that Is usUed for nnd much of It ItIs ItIII itin
Is ground peas p8l rice nnd soapstone for forVililcli lorwhlJh forwhileim
Vililcli tIne prlco of wheat Hour Il hr is iscnarged IIc1IUlell isctnnred
cnarged tho fraud Is apparont apparontThere 1IJ1IJ1rentThllrll zinhmarentTimere
There Is n wide field for legislative legislativenotion IClJl 1egilatlvotiothoim lallvo lallvonotiOIl
notion If one at ntUola tide III to be bct taxed taxedwhon taxt1when x ll llwhon
whon colored Olor lI to Imitate tho genuine genuinepooJH gQOIUIpOg000ie QJulno100I1I1
pooJH other BpurlouB articles should ehQ h1 be besimilarly beaImrIIarly e eallTllarly
similarly lAUd < I The prlnoiplu If soc correct socrect OI OItlC1l
rect should bu extended over thq en entiro ontiroIheid n nUrolloid
tiro Urolloid tiroIheidIt Held HeldIt I IIt
It Isnt htwlthy to run up against llInln t tho thoHealth tho1Inlth thellealthi
Health department departmentThere delUrtmantlher
There In I no lass iusswitimbilt without t xnmeonln Come ml1l1 smnhigain ml1l1rlln
gain Champion Jim Jtffrlcs has a 1 cold coldwhich cIIllIwhich coldWhich
which prevents Mm talking talkingIn
In Now York It Is proposed IHOPO oll to use useautomobiles useautomobIles t e eIIUIOIOOIIIIOll
automobiles as dump cotta To Towhat Towhat Towhat
what baN bassuaci use do wt t > coma Jam at Iltlq8t Iltlq8tIteprc InjU InjUIleprcjcntutlVB hittBepresentative
IleprcjcntutlVB Iteprc enlatl1 Wheeler Wh t > lor lac the th kind kindof klnltot
of n man who wimowhmen when ho nays H Y that Ui Uiinulo thInule lid lidmule
mule wan sixteen feet high ntlakH to It ItAn Itn iiAn
An n oil gusher I Iii said III o have been beenstruck beenstruck lpen lpenalrlelt
struck In Hmery county rout It Is sold snldto
to I b ht of great tat value in fact It Hili I IH he tidyam heyoulI heyouth
yam Prlw PrlwNew ltI2 ltI2New PmiyIow
New ow York reception to Prince Henry Henry111I Hunrywill Itunrywill
will present n riraumlOOftUun ofjlcc ofjlccproblem cilkeIlroblell ofliceorobleni
problem to the ofllclals of that thatoly cl clt ot otliow ofbow It110W
bow not to do mm It ItCongressmen Iteongloumln ItCongrosainon
Congressmen cannot agree as to what whatour whntour svhintour
our duty dut to the Philippines should t tflfty bil biltltl boOfty
flfty tltl novontyflvo or twentyfive per percent vcrront percent
cent of the Ulnglny bill rates ratesPrince rntollIrlncc rtuCPrInce
Prince Henry hits be bNn n engaged ongn In Inreading Inralllng Iiireading
reading Tlm Winning of the Went WentIt
It It will aid him materially In wlnnlnt wlnnlntils wlnninliii lnlIlnf
Ills ils wuy Into the thi Presldentii good goodgraces Ioodgracell goodgracca
graces gracesIf
It tine Ilopubllo In Breaking away awayfrom Iwa IwaIrom tufi9ftOIn
from Its moorings Inoorhl as lonutor ell tor Welling Wellington Volllnnton ¬
ton on declares It cannot be haul fast by bya
a string of hard words and nd harsh epi epithets epltl1ets ciiitheta ¬
theta thetsThe tl1etsTltt thetaThe
The AngloJapanese Cio alliance agree agreement ngroument agreemont ¬
ment was shown Secretary Hay before beforeIB
IB Its ratification Peihnps this was in intended Intend91l intended ¬
tended as nn amends honorable foe foeI lo lotord forLord
I Lord > rd Pnunoefotcs s neglect to show him himthe himlhe humthe
the second Joint note noteMr IoteMr noteMr
Mr Chamberlain Ch m orlnln had millions for tilt tutWelshmen tiltWelshmen theWelsimmen
Welshmen In Patagonia when he hethought Mthought hSthouglnt
thought they wanted to go to Houth Af Africa Afrlcn Atrica ¬
rica but not ono cent when ho learned learnedthat lenrnedthat learnedthat
that their great wish was to migrate migrateto
to Canada CanadaKorea Cnnnllnr CanadaIorea
Korea r orea the Hermit Klngddm l ntlt m is I pro progressing progresRlng progreasing ¬
greasing very r well In the th ways of the theworld thltworld timewotld
world TJio TJI second son of the emperor emperorhits
hits just had a judgment t by default defaultfor
for thirty thousand dollars entered enteredagainst enteredagaInst enteredagahmist
against him In Washington WashingtonIt
It Is snld that President Kllot I lIot of liar Harvard HnrlIrd liarvimrd ¬
vard never makes a slip In his English Englishnot
not even In an extemporaneous speech speechMarsh speechMarsh reerhlIIarsh
Marsh who was nn authority on Eng Engl Englieu
II lieu l h said that tho most perfect English Kngllnhhe Engll h hhe
he had ever heard was used by a bar barb barber barher
b her r and an Alsatian AlsatianThe IsnllanThe
The sentiment in favor of electing electlnuUnited eleclnUnlttit electingUnited
United States senators by direct vote voteof voleof voteof
of the people continues to grow The Theover Thelowol Thelower
lower over house of Congress Is unanimous unanimousy
Iy y In favor of It Oneof OM ot these days daysthla da9this daysthis
this same a sentiment will have U1Y such suchstrength suchstrength suchntrength
strength that the United States senate senateMill Renntewill senatesihl
Mill no longer dare to Ignore It and re refuie reCUIO refute
fuie to submit a constitutional amend amendment amendment amendmeat ¬
ment to the various legislatures legislaturesPrices leKlslallrelrlces hegisiaturesPrices
Prices of many man stocks have gone up upvery upvery upvery
very much In the th past six years but buthe buftile butthis
tile he greatest rlso ot f at hall been In time tlnrlco thpI timePrice >
I Price > rlco of Mats on tho New 5V York ox exihnnge oxchllnge oxchange
change The following figure show showlow 8howhow showhow
how low great has been tho rise 1895 JIG 16
000 1S30 19000 1S97 20000 1898 30
000 1899 110000 0000 1900 10000 1901 80 O <
000 1902 170000 Had a man bought bounhtseats boIlthteats boughtseats
seats for his family In ISM and oU 110111thrm soldthem oUhem
hem In HOI Ws hl J fortune would have havje haveLetn haveWcmm
Letn je n mode modeTho mnderhe madelimo
limo News In I much pleaded to see tho thomovement fllrmovement liiinmovement
movement tn gIve n oompllmtniiy oompllmtniiybenefit oomlllmtn1Ihenellt oon1pIimenm3benelit
benefit to Mlsi Arvlllti Clark prevlum prevlumlo
to her departure for IKrlln lJ rlln Germany Germanywhere OerrnllllYwhere Germnnywhere
where she intends to finish tier mualral mualraliducBtlon mu nuusieahethiceition Ital ItalO
iducBtlon O This Timh young youri lady Ind has very verygenerously virygenerously pry pryGonerou
generously Gonerou ly rospondad fot1J > olll1ed to many culls for foruratltuous rurItIltltlOUI forgratitumous
uratltuous efforts to please the puliu puliuand IuhlkInl1 iuhUvand
and aid some some good OOUEO It will th thfI thfI01l1 throre > r rore < >
ore bo a titling recognition of her vain vainnble alviable ahlnMe
able services and arttallo merit to show IIhowIvpreclntlon showappreciation ho hoappreciation
appreciation of her vork and talent in inthe Inthe Intime
the manner sucBtfltod Go ahead with wllhthe withtime withthe
the testimonial and make It a 1 rousing rousingsuccess rouRlnluectu rouslnsuceut
success successThe luectuTbe suceutThe
The Detcret News takes pleaitir In InfongratuldtlDK InfJqr8ulnIIlJf Incoungratutatiug
fongratuldtlDK Innl Innllnlater ItOfititer Prank D Dllobbs D1I11l1bt Bhobbs
hobbs on his ronL iOOllPtntment POtntment > by the thePnwldlent thetretllIlIent thePresluhlent
Pnwldlent to the th olllco whrh he nun nuntivtas nul1I111d8 nowIwbhe
tivtas and In which 1w h has ha wrved the thepublic Iheublle thepublic
public ublle faithfully and well lie is I one oneof onee1 m8Of
of Of the veterans dleabled 1111C11i1 1 to some ex extent IXIt oxttnt ¬
tent It > nt physically but abundantly nlJt ll1lntl capable capablet 1111 > 1111 1111aUendlll1
c0 t attending to the duties duU of his oftlo oftlomi om omu
mi 1 all persons am IUI1ranl nvare who hat > had hadcoca hadc hadoccasion
coca c occasion llo lon to do buMnow with tlh him Ills HIHconnrmation JllIIcon IllsconfirmatIon
confirmatIon con rmlUon by 11 the Senate In confident confidently ¬
Iy looked for nnd the tim public will l lrrallfled 1Jo 1JoraUlted Lwgratitted
rrallfled when they th hear of It ItT11U ItTue Itrut
rut A AStllUJAIuiym AuloJaIAtntudtmcei AuloJaIAtntudtmceiNess SOIOJ AlAMMK AUI LIUNCJ LIUNCJNil ANCi ANCiNew
New York Hvenlng Post IVstTime J PostTIme > Oat OatTime
Time must decide whether wh LIm the treaty treatyof tNlt tNltor
or offensive ulfn lU and defensive l tlUIIIII alliance to totween tKotwn Ixtwen
tween Ort Ir blat at t litltuln and Japan Is M Mimpor aaImportiunt
impor ImllMUlnt Uint as It seems on the day of its itsannouncement itsmumnoummeemnsnt
announcement lInoun emftnt to the world One has 1msfieen lisaIteM
IteM 1 so many Iflflfl trumpeted solutions of ofthe olche oftime
the question of the far easttho Anglo AngloQeirnan AlIloOell1l1n Angloaeimnn
Qeirnan agreement for example examplebrought nxnmpl4brought oxnmpibrought >
brought to naught by misunderstand mteunUcrstandIngs
Ings or tli time tep ta lapse of y years are and the thechange theehunle thechange
change of circumstances But then thenoan lh lhonn therecan
can be no mistaking the Immense echo
which whle will tor the present at least leastfollow lenattallow leastfollow
follow tlilH diplomatic explosion explosionKansas explosionIanlln8 explosionIaneas
Kansas City Star StarAh StarAll IJtarAit
Ah alllancd a1lln 0 to preserve tho present presenstotus presontstlltus presentetittus
stotus in the Orient la l prImarIly prlmallIylllrect prlmallIylllrecttld direct directed
ed toward the hialntenanco of peace I Iincniio It Itmoany Itmoamme
incniio a I fair field and no favor I IChina In InChinn InChilnim
China ro micli I h a t policy even Hussl Husslcan nuslIlCM hiumeshitcan
can offer no reasonable rCnOI1U 1M objection Th Thscramble The ThoscrllI1bll Thescramble
scramble over limo breakup of Chin Chinwould ChinawoUld Chimmatotiid
would menace rnenn Cl the peare of the world worldIf
If England and andJrmpamn Japan can maintain malntalthat malnlalnthat maintainthat
that unplrefl Integrity they will dlmln dlmlnIsh dlll1lnIsh dimninhsh
Ish Die ohatiru of war Of course th thManchurlan time thoMnllchurlall timeMatmciiurlan
Manchurlan problem Is t not yet ot solved solvedDut solvedBut olvellHUl
But time new alliance outfit to lead t tgreater 10 10Rronter togreater
greater tallborullon on both sides am amto and nndto andto
to tli the uviildanco of the first tlrlllllrlPn open frt frlrlion fritlois
lion which Is BO apt to lead to furthe furthecomplications fuirtimeteutnpllcrn I Iompllcallonll
complications complicationsNow eutnpllcrn ompllcallonllNow lions lionsHow
Now YorMVorld YorMVorldShould York World World9hould VorldHhouhI
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torasts tlro UI of tho Ihbwhola whole world demanded it itLord It10rd ItLord
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has been largely Influenced In their theirIwiKlon thl1lrl1pd thisledecIsIon
decIsIon l1pd rJ1 to enter upon this dim Important Importantcontract Irnpllrlnntcontract importantcontract
contract by the conviction tlmt titt It con contains culltabs JontatnN
tabs no provisions which can ho re regarded rlgaldell regarden
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or selfMoklnj aelf cukltU undonaloa In tho re regions reogOI1I1 reglans ¬
gions to which It applies It had been brenconcluded beencondudet1 beencommeiumlerl
concluded purely pUI ly as a mensuro of pie piecaul Iecaullon lirecaution
caul caution Ion to be invoked should occiulou occiulouarise occluluunrl oncaslomiarise
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of lIther poyiri poyiriClilcogpHecordUoralil Olrll OlrllI OlrllC1I
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condition of Oth the Jhlnose empire and andgnve nndIra antigmfl
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instencd to uxplnln Hint Manchuria lay laymiHlilo II1YIJUIHlllo layOUtlihilO
miHlilo the sphore of the negotiations negotiationsIIO1toii negotlntlonsI mmegotlatiouma1iotomm
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It hardly needs to 101m be stud that JOPlin Jnpaiinnd JOPlinnnel lapmimand
and Kiiglutid J would control through throughliplr IhruughIhllr thmrumugtitheIr
theIr naval forces oroI1I the high seas and nndlint andIhat nmmdflint
lint the Jnpnnere urmy nrm with such ad adItloiiH nd1IIII0IIH additlommmi
ItloiiH no Rnglaiul might make could coUldhi
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twill maintained by supplies 8ul > lllIell carried carriedv
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that time ItUMlans HI lIlnIlB ulll realize the tallY folyof tallYor
of endeavoring to a develop a selfish aelll h Chi ChlIORO hl hlIIlae
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in tho year ar is 1 coming February FebruaryMarch FcbrullrMarch FebruaryMarch
March and nn April Apri Wet and mud muddy muddy muddIr
dy and hd the mouse damp and andchilly nndchiy antichilly
chilly chiy One needs a fire then thenabout thenabout thenabout
about us C much mich as at any time timeand tme tmennd timeand
and If he needs a I tiro he certain certainly ¬
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healers during 11urlni isis hI three thre years ears stay In Inthll Inthis
his thll city It linn Ilol performed some of the themo lhemOt timemost
mo mOt most t wonderful cures on record Many
who had be Iln been n given up to die by b the thentillcul thettlcll timemnetltcai
ntillcul ttlcll fraternity traternly have been restored restoredo rstortJ
to o health htlth and nll vigor Ills Js electric baths bathsre btths btthsQr
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