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O DONOcf60n of the com
L monest eomplaluts among > o
ho arc fond ofdeclnrlnK that
England la going tho doga
Is based on lI oullcgeitdecllileoC
port Atew jcnra ago every joung
Englishman nnd inoat old ones placed
crlckit Now most ot them wateh
proftsslonil cricketers piny the game
blmllarly not so long ngo ncail eciy
workingman plajed football Thii Brit
ish workman h still a Intcristid In
football as he ocr was but Instead of
plaYing It li watches It played by
rroft 9lonnl3 who are bought and sold
Jun like baseball plnjcra In Iho United
Slates
There Is one game honeer of which
this ran not bu said That Is golf
Boiling moro lemarltablo than tho
growth of this game among all classes
hali occurred In the realm of ingllsh
iporLAs reeuntlns lOtycars ngfll
n50 raoioCollIio rich alone and
for elderly men at thnt Today It Is
inf d hrall Basses lll JWYonns
and old u ltiestlinntclthal tho
v ue of tho English links nnd elub
IMMS lono run Jnto wmcfhlng llko I
1 0000000 AVhnt Is spent annuallv on
Ihnsamcnn
game nne can luc Wonting
thu5l mclI 11115 U nnd rtucHesscs are cn I
stlcycl Politicians revel In
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d ihMUr lcn < lcia foiRCt to think
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slrlkc vhc lh w8cck lefuge
boll en tho IInlsCoUo i nl > ici iml
r Vinl < prs llllYo tholi Uitbs nnd
Spencl h il r spnro tlmo chnslnir the
hUI1i V IICrOK c country Judgea
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Krecn 1heoU1 r tllly Justice
crutpnwho fl actlnB lhoYiCII
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J i jb 1I1Ulhler 1 Of t he l tllIorl1
rIllo ml iihdi
lSy Ilia t Icrolno
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of the sensational divorce suit brought
some lycara ligii by hcr llrst husband
Sir Charles Hartopp after which sho
was married quietly to Karl Cowley
Avhb WIlHlhoc oprespondent Another
famous lady player Isthe Hon Him
trice I olHYiirdeBiiller thb daughter
of Lord Cliurston and thn sister of
Ciipt YardeBullcr who married Miss
Penis Oriiie tho Giilcty actress and
Hsucd afterward fnr breach ot
promise by Mrs Athertoii tlio famous
beautyi whose love affairs liayn llgiir
cdmorotlian biico lii llio courts
MANIA OF SMART SET
Giilft In fact is tho present mania
of tlip smait got Owners of great
icountiy mniiBlorisarc laying out pil
yatp links whero tlieir Quests can eu
JpyV tliciiisclvcH to their liearts lcllllo
tcnt Spnip timq ago Henry Phipps
tliu Pittsburgstppl magnate had ono
Umangid lit Glenqiioleh in Scotland
Iwlllcli lssald tolj J tlio largest priviito
icpurse In tlio kingdom Hlil tho llriu
Icpurso > aaclicd Ho Beaufort eastlo
that lias Viittractbir JIr mHo French
iVanderblit and tho marqulHblc Qariay
llicrp two years ruiiiiliig
Mrs AsqiilthY iwlfe of tlio iirlnio mill
lister wiis tlio iplpnecri ot gplllhg for
lidlps As Dorothy Tennjint shn rciil
lzed llSibssllillltles qiiltb 1601 iiioro
yeiirs ligti and 01110 what shocked so
ciety of lliiit dny by fpllpwiiig a ball
uound thpJliika hatleHS aiid yltli lior
liiilr luttnrlngli thp iibrtlferiibrcefc
QliceriyYlctpVliv rpmbnstriued wltli her
for tlio 8blccsni and Mrs Asqulth io
pllcdthiit porliapsVltvwiiB tliat sliohrid
not imich bralna li tsliD could not
thlllltlthuI liiiiin After tlmt her
JatpniiJcstyXaybihorjipXiWaJjad ciiso
Today luindreds of vypjncri pliiy golf
I wltliout hcnilvscaSbeifmisojtliej sayitlin
n I r blow I ng t Ii ip ugh It Ii 61 r tresses in n kes
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tii1tlio ducbpss 6Cc6iiniiuglit tip mibtlo
ifasclmUlbn and1 nilld icxclteincntat tlio
fgamcHer rpyiil lijgliiiosH became liii
inpdlatclyrHmlttcjiThiid went pvpr to
jlfoUYiid IDplnCIlseflll tiioqulotoii
pVlyatclnlt l fnt MrB > jvydalis beautiful
iihd romantlcfsoat Froiii that day tlio
jdiVchbs3haHii6verlnccpptpd Tan liiylta
iHi tpVarprlvatp Jibusoviiiilessthero Is
ii lioirscourstftieaK by JNow1 tliiit sho
jlitisbocome expeitirniip dpcsL not iciiru
illnTthqlJlchqt whdHierlti Isiojifavprlyiito
11 l publlcTcoursqislicplaysi TiapUAVKEIWii
Ilird KRp ipncrSyhpJmily tb tho
ignineahlriisqlfftlilsCHias < ip la crcditcd
Iwlthiraylnplmpfea7pdpii itli6ilucliess
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Englaiid Seeking a Millionaire to Preserve
i + ID1 rs HOllse
Residence in Gough Square Fleet Street Where the English DictionaryWas
Compiled in Danger of Destruction Unless Some One Conies Forward
With 17500 Best Memorial of the Great Lexicographer Left
Special Correspondence
Oct C To man Amci
LONDON Ills tho Lngllsh atom
to bo a mtlon of beigirs Ills
lojal highness the prince ot
Ink bijs tint jou will subscribe to
his pit hospital fund old Hail Horn
thu Miltti l > tgt uulo buj a boot
Hc iodai wo road the adtrtl c
mcnt Vantod ii inllllorialro who
Will lUino foinard and HCinit foi the
nation Di Johnson H honsi In Ciui5h
Squai
Unliss homo lxiueMlent ciitlrtnan
gHis a gill lillool if tho full amount
of tho purchase ninnc S17SOO tho ono
building that iduitlflis Di Johnson do
mistlcally nlth the rieit stieet thnt he
Icnul HO will will bo assigned to uim
miiclil pin poses Fl tlicnnoio this Is
the last chuncQ to preserve this house
lll a mimoilal for thfio Is no doubt
thallfillnilot xo acquired It will be
dosttoscd at tho expltatlon tho next
lease
lormcilj It was tho pioputy ot tho
late Loul Calthorpo With the conrent
of hl < son tho ontall on tho fmnll 051
tates WIIH hiokcn In orderllhat u < daugli
lei might Inhcilt or poihnps In order
that moiun might bo rcalled b tho
halo ot certain lands Later tho son
dlul nnd thus tho bi oth I ot Jxnd
Cnllborpo WhOC ll1oltltOl tho title
found hlnisplf dlsnossessid of tho tam
II > estates
APICAI HY A LOUD
llh lefeionco to tho Johnson house
tio picsint Ioiil Calthorpo wiltes tin
following Rttii to Iho Times
rcgiet to sns 11IlatJ1 brothn I1
Inr allonaud tho liolo of the estates
which havo hltbeito gone with tho tUIo
It Is iiotIIt my possession iiMI
know to whom It belongs Had It bion
otherwise tliye would haovbcon no
ncnlo Invoko tho aid of alnlllloimlio
ltJr should gladlj h LYOI presented It toi
tho nation Airjn l fKV
Of mm no to Johnsonians thQWe tuC
tlon of thlt hoiie would bolJlttliJiJiHS
llinn a tragedj lilijhtconth rcnturv
London H fait iilsnppcnrliiRwlh nil Its
mliiciting association and whonoei
Ht Is possible old landmarks uliouldbo
rotalnid Hiat Ii Tleot stieot without
tholloctorrWllqttIPt
Its immorlcs ot tho
li tangible objects to
iincmoilca without
vtUfs them 4n MontalgnohastWild1
f IBilt natiiro 01 by tho crTor of n1
Haalo that tho Boeing off plnceH tt wt
knowjto t hiuo boon frequontocl orilnhttb I
1l di byanonlwhoso memoryjlsMtelIDed
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oV moiillohod in stories > lh In sonic
sou moe nnd stir us up as much 01
moio than tho ho uing of theli noblrt
deeds or icadlnr of their compositions 1
Tho neighborhood whlib suiiounds tho
IioiiEO today would lne delighted tho
< docloi begirt Ills In tho einlei of
tho publldilng dNilet On both sides
octhosqUIlt1nt Ihocrtllof which It
stands aio big printing houses and
the < old house Itsdf was oieuplrd until
recently a rm bookbinders
JOHiNSONS OLD QUAIITI3HS
Outfrldo the IIOUO still prevents Iho
solid nppeiiuien It bciro a iintuiy ind
a hilt IlgoIIhcn tlie squaio wus in
plnco latel > built with vcr hnndHomo
houses Inhabited by porwns of fash
Ion Its Inteilor honeoi JSHIUIllil
need of repill 1 hi mils and rellliws
with their oaken lafters arc stout
enough but the anelent 1 bnliistindod
st lire ise offrrH a luraidoiis aHccnl to
tho attle where tho famous dietlonary
wiis lompllcd This kv pnrloi 01 Mist
Hoor down tho dilmiio as Beau Tlbbs
would lme eilled It Is a gauet oicup
Ins the ontho length rtho building
anil bin Ing flo windows
Johnson probibK occupied tbo up
per piit of tho house apiit from tbo
fact that ho would hao no inert foi
fom llnois bn could not Imo nffoidHl
more than a blender rent at tho time ho
lived here
During tho 10 ynrllt from 1718 to
1IiS thit Dt Tohnson llcd In this
gloom cquaio ho aehicod Tnanv re
sults tnd alnndoned many hopes Hoiq
ho bcgiui Iwtli tho Ramblci and tho
Idler Here lilii wlfo dled and left
him more than eer a proy to his
natural molam holy
It was horo tint the man who de
nned a lexicographer incoli1Pllcr
of dictionaries a hnnnlois drudge
compiled tho dlcHonniy which hag
helped to mako his name Immortal I
Commissions by tho chief book
sellers In London In 1717jfor a too of
7500 < the dlctlonan was completed
In eight > cars Tho attlcof his houso
was Iltted tip llko a counting house In
whloli ho gsufl to his sl copyists thli
Hoxoral tnak Tho words paitlyitaken
from other dictionaries aiultpnrtly up
Iillcd by blmaelf luuljig been llrst
written down llhIL spaeo loft bc
tweon them he dollorod liii writing
tholr 1IIHJ10 > let dcllnltlojiH and
lnrlpns nlgnincatlons Tho authorl
ties w rof cop I < i 1 from tho booka thom
i selveswln which ho had markedtho
passagesv 1th a land ponellitho racua
ili
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of which would beeasily orrllcII
have seen several othem says
Boswell In which that troublo hlul
hot been taken so that the woro just
as when used liy tho copyists
TATTKRKD LIBRARY
Tho books hu used for thls pur
pose adds Sir John Hawkins were
what hi > had In hi own collection a
copious t Iii Istirri hI > Ingeel one arid
allHiicli as lioYoould borrow which liit
or If over tlicy cnnie back to those
who lent them wero so defaced ui to
ho scitrco yortli owning and yet somo
of his friends woroiglml to recolvoand
entertain tlieni nscurioslelcs
H was in Gougji Sqiiiirb that Dr
Rnrncy discovered Johnson with flyo
or six Greek follos a deal writing
desk 1 111Iri chair and a half Johnson
giving lnhlsIIIIt the cntlro seat
balanced himself on ono with only
throe le > arid one arm This wasiiin
imirprtaiit cor fiirnlliirri In tlio
Johrison household Ho noyor forgot
Us defectsaid JIlss Rejnolds hut
would either hold It In his hand gj
placo It with great composure against
some support taking no nbtlcb of Itij
Imperfection Ills visitor
Most of the hoiisea associated with
Jolinson have been iloslroypil IJpsldes
tlio liiniso In Oough Kqimrn thorn Is
JiilWiiyer ii limiso at No 3 Bolt cbiirt
In which IIP lived for a time rihnvb
Hie doorway Is nn Illegible Inscription
and a Ktaliiette of a fat old gentleman
that tiro there to recall the fnet U8
Bolt court and 1117 Johnson court
aro buildings erected on sites where
Other feslilciices of Johnson once
stood
CIIKSHIRE CHKESK
No article on Jbhnsons London
would bo complcto without mbntlon
Jng tho fainons Cheshire Cheese tho
tavern liu frecjubntod On arriving in
London Ainerlcarisimiikn a bob lino for
this fascinating olil pliico to jrartakb of
meat pies madu Inllin wamo way na
thoso whlpli aggravated tlio
nalilral avoirdupois of Johnson THo
Iianelled walls sawdusted llopr and
stroiig alp iirp qiiitb as they ypre 150
years ago
Npvortliolpss a saloon Is hardly
lltted lobolfnittlonnl memorial to
the Utcrnry glaiit ot tho1 eighteenth
cijiituiji ltI Isjtn bP hoped itliat thp
old hoiisp iiii Gough Square will bo
preHprycd nHiaJpinsiri liiusoum and
atislBried to trUBtocs who vHI liold It
ns arb libldritlie Shnkofpearp hpuso
Stratfordi faridV tlio Carlylo hbuso
Cliolsoair J FRNCIS HOPKINS
f If < < jj
1
Several Trust Blusters 1W1ant d < Ci I1 KJ l 4tiriliJi A j 1t 1 jifl
In the Czar s VaM ojfiaris t II nJff i I
11 < MfIih I ill ul
Special CorraBpondencO
TPBTER9BURG Sept 10 Prlry
S Councillor Millers special coin
mission which has been sitting
IlusslanwiHe > it long Intervals
soon will rcniimo Its momentous en
quiry Into those new but already gl
gantlu trusts ylilch formed on prin
ciples borrowed from America are
already bound up with every phase
of tho empires economic J The al
leged depredatlonB of llusslas trusts
havo been twlcb before the Duma and
tho fact was then elucidated that this
country alono of great states Iswholly
without lugialation regulating Industri
al comWhcfl Tho function ot tho
Miller commission Is to propriro tho
raw material of a triint mw Probably
nlBo nussanwls no law will eycr
bo pIlss tieyerthelcsH tho facts about
nuBslaji triista arc liitcrostrng and hot
unlnatnictivo even for the Uiilti
States
TRUSTS CONTROL ALL
Today trusts big or small control
prnctlcally ocr necessity of RusBlan
life nnd regiilato o outputand tlx priced
iis they will They aro tho subject of
Infuriated polemics some Zemstvoi
or county councils have oven potltlpii
IHISI IctorBbiirg to dlssolvi nnd
henceforth forbid thorn absolutely Hut
desplto opposition they grow aijil
soino havo attained dimensions rflso
whpro I unknown outside Aniorlcn Thus
iliainoiit powerful trust Inall Burnpo
Is thn RusHlaii combine known ns
Prpdanieta coinedword from tho
Russian prodat to wll nnd metal
Its capital and tho capital of tho sub
ject combines token together are about
500000000 IJrpiliinietfi Is composod
of flyo spparato truatu each rcpre
sentlrig a branch of the Iron or steel
trade the only branch excluded bolhg
I rbollng Iron whicli Is controlled by the
Independent trust Krovlln Most of
tho Russian metallurgical works were
financedoriginally by Franco and liol
gliim and tlio real forces behind the
trust are tlio ParlsSocletu Generale
I l dUH Banqito do Paris ot rays
Has Oporitlons aro illroctcd from
Paris stho capital nynllablo Is In
exHdustlble the trust has benn anlo to
cat iip all indcpendoht or rival uridpr
taklrigs at an extraordinarily rapid
rate
POLESFIGHT COMHINE
Urodamota starlod In south Rus
Blti and attorward absorbed tlio rol
ritlvely unliupbrtarit metallurgical
works of the Baltic provinces With
tho Brent Polish Ironworks It hlidlI
desperate flght Tho Roles refusrid Itio
cpmoj iiln ProdVneta Imriividliitply
lowered i tho prlco rl llallltd girders
byiZGipbrccnti rindannounced that It
iWouldVUhundatflViPolaiid n ftllo new
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rat The nipat IniiiprUirit Polish i iJ Jj flJ kir d
works tlio Hutii Bunkijivji1 first Bur j ltl f rI v m 1 I
renderedttienVsix other works foi t I Fi t m iif iTJ J f
lowed nndnirs > lBned anrundertnklhg t ti ftd fk
henceforth toYtnko no brdofBifat all h I f u It i i i rn l
jbut moroly to execute such Borders MIS p I1 J f 11 i 1 I
wbfps > allotted to tljprn fy tlio trust 1 I I I i I If 11
When thIs was accpriipllshfd iron arid 1 r t 1 1
steel prlceHworb advanced nil olir the It > I 1 AI i
I empire Thn hlgh customg tarllt pro I r a i t IF 1 i
toots the trust nrJnst fomlsn com II 1 j 1 1 1 f
potltloii Spmb fof tho trusts opera JiO ill
lt
lions cl1u iftrbutalbV lii order to J li t t 1irjnm ff I J
shorten the supply It closed down al 1 1l M
together thev flbiirlslilng StroJtpwlcb tm 1 I 1i
works InthbPolish
prbylnco ofIlladprn
land threwiV7OpO nicti out of employ 1 rj1 l
iiieiit The complaint Is1 moflothat tho t J l
great rlsb In prices whloh has re r i fj H
I i Ij I
I Hliltf hits particularly hard th Rus 1 Ni l
> saii moujlk who for tools and house r i f I U 1 I
holdtitonsllslias to iny prices far bo f i1 f 1 lm hW t
yond his power ijt I t r 11 K
c6xii TRUST 1 I Mli 1 1 r 1 IJI i 1 I a I
2 MIH j i
Tho second greatest cpnibiiip Is tho ti t 1 li I
coiil jtriist Known iis Prpdugnl Uhej t i t
Russian ugol ni < iiiB cbaIl Prod o jI D 1l tli11 I
ugol gained ts grip iit tho limo when j I 111 I 1J I i1 f
i political strikes In thp pptrblmim In ilh Vt 11
dustry had Increased thp demand for I t ti jr m 11f lll
f f j1
Etone cnn AVlthln a foil wcaks tho I 1J mii
i
organizorH had got Into tho cpriibliin 45 ri i Uj t 1IHitll i 1
per cent of tlju Russian conJ output 5i i I M IJ I I
Thp anthra lto mJiies most In riiii f J t 1 l N
tlyn hanilH worp left outsldp A num i f rt1j 1
bur of largo rallways A tlin riI f I r i 3 i
KlelYoroiiii2li arid MpscmyrlCazari f f j i ISZ1 I
fought thn triist but ultimately halt JR f f H 15 V
to cbmo In Tho atatonillwnyBnlnifb I J r w
rfifuscd to stand the dictation nlolo m i1 ilt
triist and j v f 111 t it j
topay Its high prices Thcso i i il f
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contracts
In1o with tho riqntriist w tf
l
mines But tlicHb mines proved un f j f t t J fl
able to supplyl enough coal and tho ri I f jt lit
Kovernninnt fliially liad to buy Kngllsh t i RII d
cmil and lost lieayllS oil the deal 1 ft r t I Ii tffJ
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brief career is now ndlnciilteH i I g J fif
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squandered millions mnlnlemonl I il I p1H
Ing subsidies to milo oyijnrH iii com tJtltm rI I It il I
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sult of tho triist8extprlonstlitfiiify i
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brilers A ropprt ilssuod In AugV r I Irr I k J I
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shols tho 011 llpurlshlng and t
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months on tli working of the nrocsillirr1 Ys I J 1 iff 11 J t j Pf ij r i f
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called frpiii Its triido mark the IVusstt I W i t
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biusa icapltni of It contml I l
caplnl 900OOO I coritrpLs t m
the fambus prOW CI111 works almost 11 11 Ii Irl
tlio only nusstaii factory of any kind ff I ll 1
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