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The p Loot of f the IMiIIIiuiIncji IMiIIIiuiIncjiME
ME McKlnleys Philippine champion on onthe onthe onthe
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the floor of the Senate yesterday began beganhis beganhis began12S
his speech in defence of o the Admlnlstra Admlnlstratlon AdmlnlstmUon Admlntstration
tlon policy In tht the archipelago Much of It Itwas t twas i iwas
was a thrashing thrashin of old and decayed straw strawIncluding stravIncluding i iInclUlUng
Including Pettigrew It is chiefly chlefi Interest Interesting Interestlag ¬
ing because in addition to being an apol apology apology apol0gy ¬
ogy and defence it is Intended to bolster bolsterthe bolsterthe bolsterthe
the Spoonor Philippine bill the object and andprovisions and11rOI8le95 andproviiens
provisions of o which are to delegate the gov government govcrnment goYerameat ¬
ernment administration and control Cflntrol of o the thegreat thegreot thegreet
great and rich Island ompiro personally to tothe tothe tothe
the lion William MaKinloy as an irre irresponsible Irresponsible Irresponsible ¬
sponsible autocrat autocratlected 1utocrat 1utocratA autocratA
A were time hardly could have been se selected selected
lected by b Mr Spooaer for the purpose purposenevetetlons purposeReelaUons purposeReveItIons
nevetetlons exposing exposing the corruption and andcriminality anderimioollty andcriminnilty
criminality attendant upon executive rule rulein ruleIn rulein
in Cuba and elsewhere have satisfied the thecountry theriuntry theuntr
country riuntry untr if they have net I1 t Congress Congr that thatto thatto thatto
to bestow such plenary power and author authority authorIty authorfly ¬
ity upon the President in existing circum circumstances clrcumstances circurnstances ¬
stances would simply be an outrage upon uponthe uponthe uponthe
the American people Possibly they the might mighttolerate mighttolortte mightthlerate
tolerate sueh a proposition were the con conditions oondiUens conditlens ¬
ditions and the environment entangle entanglements eDtanglomenta entanglemonte ¬
monte and control of the President oth other otherthan otherthan r rthan
than what they are Aa 5 it is > such a dele delegation delesaUon delegetlon ¬
gation is not to be coasMerel except In Inthe Inthe inthe
the light of an affront to national Intelli Intelligence IntelWgence lnteII4gence ¬
gence sad public policy and morals moralsAbsolute mr1alsA1Mrolllte mrralsAb
Absolute Ab ohite Imperial power Jwor over the Phil Philippines rhlIippines Philipjiinee ¬
ippines conferred in name upon William WilliamMcKinley WilliamIcKinloy WhiteRMcKinley
McKinley wculd In fact accrue to and be beexercised beexeor hocAcreheed
exercised iaed by byMarcus Marcus A Hanna and the thecoterie thecoterie thecoterie
coterie associated with him for certain
purpose The country has already wit witnessed witnoe ¬
nessed no noe ed oae startling illustration of o that thatoperation tkatoperation thatoperation
operation in tile case ea of Porto Rico where wherein wserei wherein ¬
in i tlie President was compelled to stultify stultifyhimself stultifyhimself
himself himself to sink < his scruples serllpl la i regard to toviolating toiolaU toviolatleg
violating iolaU g the Constitution of the United UnitedStates UsitedStatee
States which he bad sworn to support and andto aridto
to press the passage of and approve a bill billto billto billto
to tax the domestic trade of an American AmericanTerritory AmericenTerritory
Territory Territo knowing it to be flagrantly in inviolation Inviolation inviolation
violation and defiance of our fundamental fundamentallaw fundamentallaw
law la Throughout Through t his Administration Mr MrilcKinleys MrMcKinleye 11
ilcKinleys IcKinles relations to Hanna unhappily unhappilyand unhllfflJliYand unhapilyand
and notoriously have been those of the clay clayto clayto clayto
to the potter What hal has happened con continuously continuoutly eontinuously ¬
tinuously since the original proprietary proprietarysyndicate proprietarysyndicate proprietarysyndicate
syndicate started in to make a President Presidentwould Presidentwould Presidentwould
would not fail to obtain were that Pro President Proeldent l ldent ¬
dent nominally to become the dictator of ofthe ofthe
the Philippines PhilippinesWe
We beg to remark again that this is isnot isnot isnot
not a good time to propose to the people peopleof
of o the United States that they make a free freegift freegUt freegift
gift of the richest territory in the wcrld wcrldto wcrldto wcrldto
to Mr Ir Hanna and his combination combinationThe combinationTJle combination114e
TJle Cuban EXlloMure EXlloMureThe XPMIITe4 XPMIITe4The
The situation with regard to the loot of oCthe ofthe I Ithe
the Cuban revenues by the Administration Administrationcarpetbaggers Adminlstrttlonoorpetb Administrationesrpethsggers
carpetbaggers oorpetb ggers in Cuba grows worse and andworse andworse j jworse
worse Neely = eely has been rearrested in New NewYork XewYork NewYork
York and an placed under an additional additionalfity additionalfitythouStinddollnr fifty fiftythousanddollar j jthousanddollar
thousanddollar ball bond which being un vnable unahle unable
able to furnish he languishes in Ludlow LudlowStreet Ludlo LudloStreet LudlowStreet
Street Jail Like other Important political politicalpersonages politicalpersonages pnliticajpersonages
personages In similar predicaments he is isoptimistic Isoptimistic Isoptimistic
optimistic and declares that he will te tefree tefree tofree
free again In a few days ayJ Neely evidently evidentlybelieves evldenUybolieoo evidentlybolievee
believes tbat be has a hold upon people peopleof peopleof eople eopleoC
of power which will ultimately ultlmatel secure him himimmunity himimmunity himImmunity
immunity Whether he is right in that thatassumption thattSSumption thatassumption
assumption or not remains to be seen seenOne seenOne seenOne
One of his former friends frkndsperbaps perhaps the thestrongest tbestronreat thestrongest
strongest among them themhas has shown a dis disposition disposition disposition ¬
position to wash his hands of Neely The TheFirst TheFint TheFirst
First Assistant Postmaster General was re recently 1CcenUy iccoolly ¬
coolly quoted as disclaiming all responsi responsibility reponslbllity responsibhlity ¬
bility for his old Muncie associates cp cppointment appolatment p ppohrtment
pointment and golden opportunities Rath Rathbone Rathbone flathbone
bone the suspended Director General cf cfPosts cfPosts cfPosts
Posts however is reported as saying yes yesterday yozterday yosterday ¬
terday Mr rr Neely = cely came to me highly highlyrecommended highlyrecommended highlyrecommended
recommended by Perry S Heath Prob Probably Probably Probably ¬
ably Rathbone would not make such on onassortlon o oassertion
assertion In the absence of o documentary documentaryproof documentaryproof documentaryproof
proof of Its correctness correctnessAccording correctnessAocordia
According Accordingto Aocordia to a remark attributed to Mr MrJones MrJones
Jones the Special Assistant Attorney Gen General Genoral Gonoral ¬
oral employed by the Government to pros prosecute prosecute prosocute ¬
ecute the carpetbaggers the stealing in inthe inthe Inthe
the Cuban postal service may amount to tohalf tobale tohaifa
half haifa a million dollars That may seem a alargo alarg aIargt
largo larg sum sum but we must remember that it itrepresents Itropresents Itrepresents
represents only the probable probl ble loot of one onedepartment onedopartment onedepartment
department There are others and if the thellttlo tbellttlo thehittlo
llttlo six miles of Ilecker railway allw > y at Ha Havana Haana Havane ¬
vane ana has profited some ore or more among amongthe amongthe amongthe
the faithful to the tuno of half a million millionadditional millionnddittonnl millionadditional
additional what are we to expect when the tbesecrets thesecrots thesecrets
secrets of all books are open openBeing oenBeing 1 1TIeln
Being TIeln afflicted with panic the Adminis Administration Adminisration dmlnls dmlnlstraUon ¬
ration did not oppose the resolution intro introduced Introduced Introduecd ¬
duced In tho Senate by Mr Ir Jones of o Ar Arkansas Arkansas Arkansas ¬
kansas asking the Secretary of War for to a afull afull afull
full report concerning eoncernin the operations of ofthe oCtho ofthe
the Korth American Trust Company in Cu Cuba Cuba Cuba ¬
ba and it was adopted yesterday It is ishinted ishinted ishinted
hinted that this complacency compl ccncy was largely largelydue largelydue largelydue
due to confidence on the part of the Hanna Hannacontingent lIannacontingent Hannacontingent
contingent that Secretary Root was far fartoo tartoo fartoo
too smooth a lawyer to be betrayed into intouncomfortable Intouncomfortable Intouncoinfortablo
uncomfortable fullness and frankness un under under Undcc ¬
der oxnminaion In supplementary pro proceedings proceedings proceedings ¬
ceedings and that he would be able a le to re respond respond respend ¬
spond voluminously without conveying any anyundesirable InyundesIrable anyundesirable
undesirable information to the Senate It Itmay Itmay Itmay
may be so The trouble Is that where whereCongress wbereCongress whereCongress
Congress Congress is often precluded from effective effectiveinvestigation etrecUveInyestlgatlon eectiveInvestigation
investigation and action by passive execu executive execuUve exeutive ¬
tive obstruction the same p pcwer < irer is help helpless helplees helplees ¬
lees to prevent those popular Inferences Inferencesand inferenceSIlnd inferenceSand
and deductions dCdudlons which go so far to affect affectthe nII affect affectthe ct ctthe
the composition of electoral colleges In Indeed Indeed Indeed ¬
deed the Cuban carpetbag scandals have havepcatcd havecd havereated
pcatcd cd a public opinion which it will not
be easy for an Administration responsible responsiblefor
for r them to meet In In the t Presidential Pretal cam campaign campaign campaign ¬
paign They emphasize the suspUlans with withwhich wih wihwhich withwhich
which the country cuntr has long been rife re regrln rogardin j jgardins
gardins grln g Irresponsible IrrespnsIble executive ectve rule over overimperial oerImperial overImperIal
imperial possessions possessons and turn those sus suspicions suspicions suspicions ¬
picions Into the thecertnlnty certainty that the tb system systemmeans systemmean systemmeans
means unbridled unbrldledcorruption corruption Crrupton an and < 3 robbery robber by bythe bythc bythe
the political polUtal and trust tst combination combinaton which whichis whichI whichIs
is I notoriously exploiting eXpl Ung Cuba Cub Porto Rico Ricoand Rco Rcoand Ricoand
and the Philippines Phlpplnt under under cover of a weak weakautomaton w weakautomaton ak akautomaton
automaton President PresidentIf Presidentrle
rle fIt lu Inylue r SletnCIe SletnCIeif
If faithfulness faIhCulnes to the principles princlpl and andmethods andmethods andmethods
methods of the party part and obedience obeience to or orlers 0 0er orders
lers er from frm headquarters hodquat rs are to form the tbemeasure themeasure themeasure
measure of judgment judgEnf it I must be said sd that thatthe thatthe thatthe
the conduct cnduct of Republican Reublcn officials In Ken Kentucky Ken Kentuck Kenlucky ¬
lucky tuck and Indiana takes tke the wind cut of ofordinary oCordinar ofordinary
ordinary ordinar admiration almlrltoD Powers POrrs brother of ofthe oCthe ofthe
the late lte socalled socUedRublen Republican Secretary Secrtary of ofState oCStte ofState
State Stte Is charged chuse with wih Taylor and others other as asan nsan asan
an accessory aceory to the vile 1le murder murer of Gov Governor Goveror Governor ¬
ernor eror Goebel Being arrested arete at 1t t Barbeurs Barbeursvllle Darbur3 Darbur3ie Barbeursyule
vllle ie In the mountains moun in yesterday yeterday ho was wasrclcaicd WI WIreCe wasrelcaceti
rclcaicd reCe by a R Rcublen flepublison publfen magistrate masial1Ha 00 00the 0 0the opthe
the ground grund that he had hld been ben pardoned for forhis Corbls forhis
his crime crim by one of his alleged allege accomplices accomplicesnamely accomplce accomplcenamely accomplIcesnamely
namely Taylor The decision of the theUnited theUIite theUnited
United UIite States State Supreme Court urt con conclusively conclulely concluMvely ¬
clusively clulely settles seta the fact in law lawthat l1wthat lawthat
that Taylor has never possessed posct a color clor of ofright oCright ofright
right to axerciie Q ercile the authority or to per perform perCorm porform ¬
form the functions functln of the gubernatorial gubernilnl of office offce offlee ¬
flee fce since the Legislature declared delared the theelection theeledion theelection
election of Goebel Goerl and Be TINham Beckham kbam It I was wasweeks wasweeks as aseks
weeks eks after afer that tht constitutional CRs ltuUolI action that thatTaylor tbatTal10r thatTaylor
Taylor pardoned proned his associate atc bandit banditPowers bndit bnditPowers banditPowers
Powers Powers The conduct cnduet of the magistrate magistratewas magistrate magistratewas
was S in open deiance deDc of o law and of the thehighest th thhi thehgest
highest hi s tribunal in the country cutry but It was wasquite W8 wasquite
quite quie in consonance cnss with wihRepublcn Republican stand standards stnd stndards standards ¬
ards ards and practice prct during the paSt pst three threeyears threeyer threeyears
years yer Powers enlarged enlarge by a partisan partisancourt partisa partisancvurt
court Cr has fled Ue to s mountain mountin fastness fastnesswhere fasnes fasneswhere fastnesswhore
where he is i being protected proteted by the local localTaylor locl loclTaylor localTaylor
Taylor banditti bandlU It I may cost o t bloodshed blodshe ta tatake tDte tatake
take te him but it i Is not nt likely lkely that hat Gover Governor Governor Gorernor ¬
nor Beokham Decham will wl fail fal to t make the attempt attemptPowers atempL atempLPowers attempLPowers
Powers Is small smal fry fr and negligible neglgible com compared compred cornpared ¬
pared pred with the Republican Ropublcn leader leder who is iswidely iswiely iswidely
widely wiely and perhaps excusably eeusbl regarded regrdc as asthe astbe asthe
the originator ortlnator and dominant spirit spirt of the theconspiracy theconpircy theconspiracy
conspiracy conpircy for fol the assassination ala l aton of Ken Kentuckys Kentucks Kentuckys ¬
tuckys legal legl Governor Taylor is a a refu refugee re1uge relugee ¬
gee ge from justice justce In Indiana Indlaa whose whoc Chief ChiefMagistrate ChiefMagistrrtte
I Magistrate doubtless doubtes with 1th a shrewd eye eyeto e eyeto e eto
to a Cabinet portfolio prtColo next net year yer has ba de determined det detrmined ¬
termined t rmlnco to shelter sheler and nd protect the mur murderers murderer murderers ¬
derers derer of o a Democratic Dratc Governor who ob obstructed obstructed ohstructed ¬
structed Republican Rerublcn control of an impor important Impr Imprtnt imporbent ¬
bent tnt State IB II a Presidential Presientil year yer Taylor Tayloris Taylr Taylrli
is li represented repronto as shivering shllorlBg with wih fear fer that thathe thathe thathe
he may be b kidnaped and ao carried crrie home bme to toface toCace toface
face outraged outged justice jutce Noae of o his actions actionssince acUtDS acUtDSsince actionssince
since the moment moenL of the murder murer ha bs baa ap appeared appred appeered ¬
peered pred quite quie consistent with wih his assertions assertionsot assertons assertonsor
ot innocence innocnee FaJrmiudwl Falmlno people pele who h at atfirst at1t atlirst
first 1t were ere quitaiready quleredy to give gve him bl the th ben benefit bn bnft beneflt
efit ft of a d2 doubt doubtL are now inclined inlue to the theopinion theopni theepinion
opinion opni that tbt but for the t determination detrinaUon det rinatIon of ofthe o ohe ofthe
the he Republican Repu6Ue ReputUea piety Ity leaders der to shield klm klmfrom ilm ilmfr tlmfrom
from fr thv th t codKeqBence cJUen 06 of the afcoeking afcoekingeriuoof aoekingerkeoofwhlch klng klngei0
eriuoof ei0 erkeoofwhlch oC which whlhh he hesnda stands stns accused acus it might mightjvpH tght tght3v011
jvpH > bO e said 24t thatthc thatUie rope ro that tat would wold bang banghim haaghire
him hi was already alred somewhere smewJe in i stock stockIt stockit > tek
It is is significant of the state ot o sentiment
ia the th place P lac of o his refuge reCug that the leading leadingiBdtaBapettg I I i
iBdtaBapettg papers are deetiBciatory of ofthe ofthe
Iliopl pprs < enllRdat o
the course car of oC Governor GoerRr Mount I8Dt Like Likeother Ukee Likeether
other e decent 4nl element eeDt in II American A en life lifeeverywhere Ufeeewe htf htfeverywhere
everywhere eewe they t y naturally urly deplore delo the theevil theevil
evil eU same sxfle me and Cune f which wli the tle avowed uewe pro proteetlea p probelies I
belies tet of e alleged al6ge murderers mlle will 1il eertaiaiy eertaiaiygive ertaialygive rtialy rtialyghe
give their ther Commonwealth Comlaealtl It I is il indeed 1 indeeda J Ja
a lamentable condltlo eodlt of attain atir when wif kes the theextradition ti theextradition
extradii extradition system tem of the tb country contr is to be beoverturned b beoverturned i
overturned overtrDe and three thre States Sate of the Union Unionat Unl Unionat
aD te I Iat
at least lea opened open as safe hiding hiln pisces p for forcriminals forcriwloale I Icrhnlual
criminals of all 81 grades rd For it i fe i not nt to be beexpacted b I
expacted Epte that if l 1 the t Governors Gon r of Indiana Indianaa IllaD IllaDaaSewY ladlanaand
a aaSewY and dNewYork New York k refuse ru to honor th tl the requisi requisitions reuls requtsitides ¬
tides t of the Gofernor of Kentucky for ftr the therondtra theradfd ther00411141U
rondtra radfd of murdrera the th last named will willfee willfeel
a mudler name
i fee fte justiied juil in bnrin honoring theirs for any anybody anyI anybedy ¬
I body by The natural nturl result re1t will wU be b to tomake tomke tomake
make mke Indiana Indiaa a Botany Bay for Kentuck Kentuckiana Ketuck KetucklaDI ientucklane
lane laDI who may violate the law and an to mke mkeKentucky makeKeatucky make makeKentucky
Kentucky a pleasant pleant retort rMrt for New York Yorkand Yok Ykand
and Indiana Iniana rascals ncahi of ever every description descriptionIn dampton damptonIn I
In view of these thes conditions coditons we feel fel safe safein sCe sCeIn safeIa
in predicting preicting that tht Taylor Tarlor will m not nt remain remainlonger remin reminlongr remainlonger
longer longr in In inHoosiordoni Hoosierdom HosiertJom than his party prty su superiors s speror soperlors ¬
periors peror can cn arrange arne a safe sCe biding hiing place pe for forhim torhim forhim
him out of the country cunt The T effect efet of his hiscontinued hiscontnued hiscontinued
continued contnued presence in Indianapolis Inianapls would wouldbe wold woldI wouldbe
I be disastrous dl rcus to Republican Republ hope h hopes for In Indiana laI Indiana ¬
I diana in November It I is altogether alogether prob probable probI probable ¬
I able that he will wi shortly sborly be heard ber from in inNew InNew inXew
> New York on his way WiY to Washington uington or orin orIn orIn
in other words word on his way to some sme foreign foreigncountry Corelgncountr foreigncountry
country countr whither whithe he moy my journey jourey on a Gov Government Government Coyernment
ernment transport under an aI assumed a name nameHe namcHe nameHe
transpr uner ume
He would be able to reach rech the protection protectionof protecton protectonoC
of Governor Roosevelt merely merei by obtaining obtaininga obtining obtininga
a safe tCe conduct conuct from Governor Nosh = a of Ohio OhioThat OhioThat OhioThat
That would afford ator him hm a continuous contnuous pas passage passge passage
sage sge through thrugb territory tlrrlor favorable favoble to the theassassination theainaUon theassassination
assassination ainaUon of Democratic Democratc Governors GovernorsAs Goernorsthe
As the ruler of Ohio Is a Hanna man it is isreasonable i irasnable isreasonable
reasonable rasnable to assume 15ume that no conscientious conscientiousscruples con5lenUous con5lenUousscruples conocientlousscruples
scruples would woud stand in the way of Tay Taylors Taylors Taybrs
lors immunity from arrest arret and extradition extraditionwhile etraditio etraditiowhie extraditionwhile
while whie passing pslng through that State StateTbe Stte StateThe
The T whole business busines must form a pleasant pleasantpicture pleaant pleaantpicture pleasantpicture
picture for President Preident McKinley and law lawabiding 11 11ablcn lawabiding
abiding ablcn Republicans Republcans to gaze upon upon It Is I Ione isone
one which the rest ret of the world orld contem contemplates conte conteplates contemplates ¬
plates with Ih a cynical Cnlel and contemptuous In Interest inI interest ¬
I terest teret not at all al complimentary compimentry to the theAdministration theAdminlstraton theAdrninlstratlon
Administration Adminlstraton and an the party pary it represents ropreent representsnor j jnor
nor to our national natonal natio al character and an institu institutions inttu inttuUons inatitulions ¬
lions tionsSenator UonsSenator lionsSenator
Senator Senator Clarks credentials cred nUaIs were prcse prCea present presentad t ted
ed c yesterday by b his colleague Mr MrCarter MrCarter Ir IrCrtei
Carter Crtei They were laid on the thePresidents thePsldenls thePresidents
Presidents Psldenls table where it may ma ta tapresumed teprmed hepresumed
presumed prmed they will i be b in a handy handycondition handycondition
condition conditon to carve crve and eat by Sen Senators Seaatcrs ¬
ators tter who seem sem to have acquired acquird a remark remarkable nmuk nmukable remarkable ¬
able degree of admiration adirton for Marcus Daly Dalylately Dalylately Dalylately
lately probably probbly on account acount cf his hls first flrstname frst frstname firstname
name which is I one to inspire respect repect and andterror andterrr andterror
terror terrr in Republican Republcan souls soulsPoor suls sulsPoor soulsPoor
Poor little lte Liberia Liberia wants want an old gun gunboat g gunboat ¬
boat bot but bu out of all al the yachts chs tugs tugstramps tugstrps tugstramps
tramps trps ferryboats ferbal and condemned oil oiltankers al oiltankers
tankers that Algcr lger bought bught there is none noneto noneto noneto
to give e her bel This seems ses hard Ir and unnec unnecessary unnecesar unnecessary ¬
essary esar The United Unied States St1e ought ou t to have a acoaling acoaling
coaling coalng and naval station stton on the Liberian Ltherlaacoast Lle LlecoasL Liberiancoast
coast Why would it not be well wel to ex exchange exchmge cxchange ¬
change a converted convcred yacht yact for fa one Where Whereare Whereare Whee Wheeare
are the longrange longrge philanthropists phlanthropist who whowere whowere whowere
were once oe so fond of the weak wek and stiug stiuggling sl stiuggling ug ugglng
gling glng African Republic RepublicVIiere RepublicIlere RepublicWhere
Where Ilere Merit I 18 Appreciated AppreciatedFrom Apllrelnted ApllrelntedFrom stpIsoclfltedFrom
From the Indianapolis ludlmplI News NewsThere Ses NewaThere
There Ter is i a bond bud of o fellowship Celowbp among amon French Frenchartists Frech Frechrt Frenchartists
artists rt that tht cannot cnnot be fauna in i any other othercountry othercunl othercountry
country The term artists c plies to ¬
cunl Te tm rtsts pliC pro professional pr professinnat
leicl fessional men of o all 1 classes ces If I a man mn has ls any anymerit JnT JnTmert anymerit
merit mert he he is i an In artist ariL Then Ten he is i taken lae into intotbe ito itote istothe
the te fraternity frtrity of professional prfeol men men and nd hi bia sue success suecesi ¬
cess c is i assured aur lie le Is I helped helpd along Iong It is i much muchdifferent mucbdHftt muchdifferent
dHftt different with wth the tJe interloper interrol If a man ma cannot cannotshow cnnt cnntaho cannotshow
show aho ability bit he h is practically prctcly shut out outFront ouLFoodlt1 outt
t Foodlt1 Foodlesa und WnterIeia nerlelu 111nDd 111nDdFrm Island IslandFrom
Front Frm the the Chicago < ic Chronicle ChronicleEight Crnice ChronfelsEIght
Eight Eght hundred budr people Jple live lve on one or the West Wet WetIndi WestIndiz TcstIndia
India Indi Islands hla where nMr there 1m is i no water tc nor Ir food foodnor foodnor
nor or towns to nor Dr TilUges illC Anguilla An ma ia i the te na nathe Dm name or orthe o othe
the island iland and the te Government GOtrment has to wnt Int nt food foodto foodto
to the inhabitants iDbablts every eY year ycr to keep k p them from fromtuning frm frmitrDI fromsisrsiag
tuning itrDI The only o l1t water they tbe hare h is i tainted taintedby taintedby
by the te sea 1 and not no fit tt to drink drn
POLITICAL POLTICAL NOTES NOTE AND AN GOSSIP GOSSIPMr GG8dJP GG8dJPIr
Mr Ir Ilitnnn InnDD AVont Tnlk TalkA TalkA A gentle gentleClan sente senteman entle entleman
man who enjoys enj enjoysthe yte the confidence cndence of Mark MarkHaana M1rkHCna blackHanna
Hanna HCna tried hardyesterday hrd brday to t wring wrng from fromhim fromhim om omhim
him tome Eome consoling cns lhig hint upon upn the much muchmooted muchmooted muchmooted
mooted Vice Presidential Pr sldantal question q eton Mr MrHannas MrJiannas
Hannas lanns caller cler went wet over the entire entr list 15 of ofcames ortes ofnames I
names tes that have hye havebeen been mertioasd merto but the theSenator theSenato theSenato
Senato could culdn not rbc be Iduccd tjiduccd nduccd to express expres an anopinion anopinion anopinion
opinion as a to who would be put t on on the theticket thetcket theticket
ticket tcket with wih Mr Ir McKinley lclnley So S far as a I Iknow Iknow Iknow
know said Mr 11 Hanna Hanna to his friend fiend the theVice theVice theVice
Vice Vice Presidential President Presidential question queston Is wide open openand OPn OPnatd oynand
and atd I believe beleve there will wil be a lively lvely fight fightat f fightat ht htat
at Ptiladolphlafor Pt this th nomination tminaton The ThePresident ThePresident ThePresident
President has not Intimated Intmated to me who his hischoice hil hilchoice hischoice
choice Is 1 arid ard 1 I presume he is equally equallyreticent equalljrelctnt equallyreticent
reticent relctnt with wl b everybody eeboy else e6e en this in interesting Ictfretng intereating ¬
teresting tfretng subject subjet It may my be that th Secretary SecretaryLong Soretay SoretayLng SecretaryLong
Long Lng will wi have more votes on the first lrst bal ballot ballot hallot ¬
lot than any ether Gthlr candidate Cndlcnte but whether whetherhis whetberhis whetherhis
his strength stengh will wi diminish or increase Increae after afterthe aCer aCerthe afterthe
the first frt ballot balot I am unable unble to say sa at this thistime th thistime
time tme Mr r Uanuas lnuat caller cer frequently frequenty men mentioned mentoned mentioned ¬
tioned toned the name of Senator Seator Fairbanks Fairbank with withthe wih wihthe withthe
the view TiQ of eliciting elcltln come omt cxpr csprveelon oIon but butthe butthc butthe
the Senator not once referred reCered to the In Indlanan Indiana Indianan
dlanan diana At the same time tme there can be beno beno beno
no doubt that Senator Senata enato Fairbanks Falrbank would be beentirely bectlrely beentirely
entirely acceptable ncpptbl beta bUL to Mr 111 Hanna and andMr andMr
Mr 11 IcKlnley lcKhrey as the running rning mate Last LastSaturday Lt LtSturly LastSoturday
Saturday Sturly two members mebr of the Ohio Oho delega delegation deleJ delegalion ¬
lion lon who are close clole to the te President Predent ad admitted admitd admilled ¬
milled mitd that the signa were favoring the thenomination thenominaion thenomination
nomination nominaion of o the Hoosier Hosier Senator This Thisadmission Thisadmison Thisadmission
admission admison is of particular ptcula importance hnportnce in inview Inylev inview
view of the circumstance crcumRame that tht the two twoOhioans twoOhIoan twoOhloans
Ohioans OhIoan who ho made it i had ha Just come from fromthe fromthe fromthe
the White Whie House Houl Senator Senatr Fairbanks Fairbnks re refuses refuse refuses ¬
fuses fuse to discuas dlsCW his candidacy with wih news newspaper newsppor newspaper ¬
paper ppor men mn even though he ia I one on or the theino tbemc thernot
ino rnot < < t approachable aplrachable and accommodating f mm1daUng men menin menIn menin
in rublic > ubllc life lifeThe le leTac lifeThe
The silent lcnt ilent Virginian Ylr VirgiuianA lnlnnA group of ofShriners orShrlner ofShriners
Shriners Shrlner from Virginia VIrinia visited Iele the t Capitol Capitolin Capitl Capitlyesterd1Y Capitalyesterday
yesterday and st sat f for r more than an hour bourIn hourin
in a gallery glery of the Senate hoping to t hear hearthe lulrthe hearthe
the iron Ion Thomas m Staples Slph Martin 1IrUn make Ike a aspeech apeech aspeech
speech Of course coure nil < U Virginians rlrglnians are eager eagerto rger rgerto eagerto
to near her hear the eloquent eloquet Daniel as a are ae people peoplewho ppe ppewbo peoplewho
who are not fortunate Corurate enough to be b Vir Virginians Virginians Virginlans ¬
ginians ginians But this group roup up of visiting iO Shrin Shriners Shrlner Shrinera ¬
ers er had bd been told that tat Senator Martin Iatn was wasto wasto
to make a speech p h yesterday yeter and nn naturally naturallytheir J11url paturahiytheir
their curiosity curosiy as well wel as their pride WM WMaroused wasaroused
aroused trus They Teylert Theyleft left the Capitol CIu r f fuU nil U of die disappointment dl dieappointment ¬
apPDintment appointment for Senator Senato Martin Iatn did not notperform Dt Dtprorm notperform
perform prorm Indeed 1ntJe ft r Is recalled rled that Sane Senator Se Sanebr ¬
tor Martin Marn has never made mde a sec s speech s in intke inthe inthe
the Senate Sente In point pint of fact C t he has hs not notyet Bt BtYe notyet
yet Ye essayed eyed any considerable Cerable oratorical o1rcl ef effort effr eftort ¬
fort fr in Washington Takingon though he 1 has bs been b a amember amember
member memlr of the Senate Senlte for six years yets and aadhas andhas
has hI been been reelected It I is I comment commented ommet ommete
ed as odd that Senator SeDtor Martin Martinhas Martlnhas
e 0 t rn rnJM
has JM remained rmie sa I slices sleR during urng his bi service servicein serviceIn
in the te Senate Seat Virginians Ylr1nlaB declare dere that tht he heis heis e eis
is an al orator ortor of the tl first l1t rank rBk on O the stamp stampaad slP slPuu stumpand
and uu that tit though thgh he has hs sot B the te polish pl or erare orfire
1 are tre fire ef o Daniel DII 1 be be is forcible Core and Sweat SweatSenator fL fLSnato fluentSenator
Senator Snato Martin Xarn was a a lawyer laWe of large largepractice l largepractice
practice prctJe when elected elete to 1 the t Senate se a aM aMI andad 4 4fead
I fead ad pleaded hundreds D ot 8 ease cease in Lbs tkecourts Lbscourts
li liD
courts r This 1 is stated ntate as aa evidence of ofkls ofhis
his ability aBly to make mke i spfeeeSi spbs nae naeals Still Sl for forsorae farseine
seine s reason rHSD satisfactory sso to kiraaeif Jmr ke has kacelected haseleoted a aeeoed
elected eeoed to enroll erol himself htf with wih tbat bat t dement dementof
of Senators Sntors who wh listen lUe but bt do d net n talk talkIt talkIt
It is i believed bieve however Dwne that tlt ke 1 wilt wl cut cutlease cut1e cutIcons
lease 1e in tbe te Senate S te eec oe of o these d fine iD days daysand t dayssad
I and al startle se the t country Ollltr with t Ms I eloquence eloquenceIfeats sieqisencelhats
Ifeats bts what he can do if he will 111 try tryI tryproudly
j I I proudly proclaimed proc1I med one of his dlasppoinJeil dlasppoinJeili diseppointofconstituents
constituents yesterday
A hearst ntn t UoomAJtMaceatly H itr Apparently for BO BOether socthr
ether ct11 r reason than that ke baa been elected electedPresident electedPreddent eectedPresident
President of the National Aascetattaa of ofDemocratic olDemocratic ofDemocratic
Democratic Clubs by uaaaiaiouj 1IUJ v ve te and aadoa andon
oa the motion of Senator Jaaaea 1C IC Jones Jonesthe JoBesthe Jonesthe
the HOB William R It Hear I1eant of New X York Yorkand Y1eaDd Yorkand
and California is now beJmg bel brought for forward focward forward ¬
ward as a candidate fer second place OB OBtke 011the onthe
the ticket t with Mr Ir Bryan Whether there thereis ereis therehe
is seriousness 8 or substance betaaee in tile tilemeBt MOVS MOVSmeat oee oeemeet
meat cannot now be toW Cotoeel 1H Hearsts Hearstslove Hearstslove s slove
love of novelty DOeit is one of MB ehlf charac characteristics dneteri ebacecterletics ¬
teristics teri tics and those UiOfC who who know him him best MaY aaythat MaYthat saythat
that he nay have a hankering after tile tkeflesh tileesh theflesh
flesh pots of office jaet for Ute fun of tile tkethiag tilethlag thething
thing It is believed however howftver that if ke keshould 118should heshould
should enter the race raCe for or Vice President Presidentin
in earnest he would encounter e more oh obstacles ohs ohstacles ¬
s stacles tcles than he has h had to face a o a a sews sewspaper wa wap wsp
paper p per publisher Men Iea who write for or the tkepress t thepress e epress
press or who are are responsible for tke th ut utterances 1Itterancos wEterancos ¬
terancos of others in the public prints en engender ugender engender ¬
gender implacable hostilities of which they theyare theyare theyare
are seldom scl om aware until they come down to totae tot totile
tae t e level of the offlceseeker The tragic tragicexperience tragieetperlence tragicexperience
experience of Horace Greeley is proof of efthis ofthis ofthis
this Mural Iurat Halsteads failure to be con confirmed confirmed confirmed ¬
firmed as Minister to Gerraany is another anotherBach anotherBach anotherBach
Bach of these great editors had whacked whackedtoo whackedtoo whackedtco
too many heads with their pens White Whitelaw lVhltslaw
I law Reids nomination it is now generally generallyconceded generllyccnceded generallyconceded
conceded was a source of weakness to thu tboclean thuclean thuclean
I
clean and upright General Harrison Harrj on In hill hijssecond hissecond
second race Mr 11 Reid is clean and up upright up upright upright ¬ I
right too but be had just enough enemies enemiesamong enemiesamong enemiesamong
among the small fry politicians to cause causeiukewarmnees cauStakewarmners causenkewarmneas
iukewarmnees all along the line IB 1892 1892It IS 1852t > 2 2t
It t is thought that the experience of these thesei theseculnent theseeminent
i eminent editors establishes e the theory that thatit thatIt thatit
it is hard for a courageous newspaper newspaperwriter new newspaperwriter per
writer or conductor to obtain high public publicoffice M1blicoffice poblicedUce I
office as it is for the rich man to get et his hisreward blsreward hisreward
reward hereafter Hence it is nt thought thoughtthat j jMr
that the Hmu Heatnt t boom will be long Jived JivedIr lIvedMr I
Mr Ir Hearst lIen is expected to take hold of the tbework thework I
work of organizing the National Associa Association AS6 Asenation ¬
tft tion > n of Democratic Clubs with character characteristic ch3r3cterisUc characteristle ¬
istle enthusiasm and then if Mr Ir Bryan is iselected Iselected iselected
elected it Is thought that he will reward rewardthe rewamthe rewardthe
the editor with some foreign appointment appointmentprovided appointmentprovidd
providd of course that the editor edit r wants wantsany wantsany wantsany I
any personal reward rewardSLAYOR rcardMAYOR rewardMAYOR
MAYOR HARRISON AMBITIOUS AMBITIOUSMay AMBITIOUSfn AEBITIOUS3rny
May fn De a Candidate for tbe Presi Presidential Prei4ldentinl Presidential ¬
dential Nomination NominationCHICAGO XOlUluntlonCHICAGO NominatIonCHICAGO
CHICAGO May Iay 23 3The The Record the theacknowledged theackDowledged theacknowledged
acknowledged mouthpiece m uthplece of MayorHarri MayorHarrison Mayor Iayor Iarri Iarrison Harri Harrison
son prints the following followin this morning morningMayor morninglIayor morningMayor
Mayor Harrisons name may be pre presented presented presented ¬
sented to the Democratic National Con Convention Convention Convention ¬
vention Democrats in the State outside outsideof outsideoC outsideof
of Cook county believe that tha the Harrison HarrisonGahanBurkeLoeffler HarrlsonGahanBurIceLoemer HarrisonGahanBurlteLoefiier
GahanBurkeLoeffler machine will not be beaverse bcavcrse heaverse
averse to going to Kansas City with z State Statedelegation StItedee Statedelegation
delegation dee Uon unlnstructed d or definitely In Instructed instructed Instructed ¬
structed for Harrison for President PresidentIt PresideaLIt
It Is said by local Democrats who have havebeen havebeen i ibeen
been watching the recent political gyra gyrations gyrations gym gymtions ¬
tions of Harrison Gahan Burke and Loot Loeffler Lootfler I
fler that the real reason why Harrison Harrisongave Harrisongave I
gave gut the word he was not a candidate candidatefor candidatefor candidatefor
for Governor was because he and his ad administration administration administration ¬
ministration trainers had their eyes eyes fast fastened fastened fastened ¬
ened on tho Convention Hall In Kansas KansasCity KansSCily KantasCity
City CityCounty
County Democrats who are loyal to toBryaa toBryan toBryaa
Bryaa have got word that the Harrison Harrisonmachine Harrisonmachine i imachine
machine Democrats believe that the Dem Democratic Dernocratic ¬
ocratic National = Convention offers large largepossibilities largepossibililles largepossibilities
possibilities in the way of o a stampede stampedeThis stampedeThis stampedeThis
This Is on the assumption that nine out outof outof outof
of ten of e the delegates who will go to toKansas toKansas toKansas
Kansas City to vote for or Bryan know in intheir Intheir Intheir
their hearts that he is the wrong tnnn to toput toput I Iput
put up for President this year yearLnndlns yearLnndlnr I ILnndln
Lnndln Lnndlns In South Africa AfricaFrom AfrinFrom fri < tt ttFrom
From From the Scottish Scot1 h American AmericanTo AmerianTo AmericanTo
To ret into the interior of South Ul Africa u rIm fmmany rImanT fromany
any of the fire East Coast landing bndi 2andin places Drl C ncgea ncgeaBar gGa gGaBay a aBaT
Bay sad Bcira flrir cra one must first cross cro a short extent extentof enrnrof exiencof
of lowl lowland = d and then ascend nd steep mountains mountainsHaving mountainsHaving mountainsHaving
0
Having arrived there the traveler is conseiou conseo of oflittle oflittlp oflittle
little or no descent fivesixths of the whole inter interior jnieior InterIcr
ior being ini a vast plateau that extends to the Zero Zunbeii Zembeli Zerobed
> bed on the north the Atlantic Ocean O ean on the thoi tWvest thewest
i west acd varies in altitude from 3000 to GOUO GOUOfeet Gouafeet 6OuOfeet
feet above the sea level levelA leveLA leveLA
A Use for Obsolete Cannon CannonFrom Cannon CannonFrom CannosiFrom
From the Indianapolis News XcrnraAt X NewsAt a
At Fort Monroe Yo and varicnis other forts and andarsenals andarsetas aesiarsenais
arsenals throughout thej the United States are an n enar enormous enarmoU3 enarraces ¬
races quantity of antique and obsolete ol OtMe cannon cannoncolumbiadg onn cannonco1umhiads u
columbiadg howitzers mortars shells 6b ls and other otherprojectiles othtTproje otherproecliles
projectiles proje < tiI gun carriages C2rr1aS and equipment fUip < < which whichthe whichthe whichthe
the Secretary of War is authorized to loan or give giveto giTeto giveto
to soldiers monument afwvUtionj municipal cor corporations corporatiolU eecporations ¬
porations and posts of the Grand Army of the UteRepublic theRepublic theliepubllc
Republic under an act act passed In 1890 br Congress oere
1 1lie
CAPTAJNJGIBSON OAPTA CAPTAGTBSON lGIBSON TALKS TALKSHe
lie Explnlnn the il Trouble on the lint IlutflvMblji UutffeICllfp linttieeiiIp
flvMblji Teases TejsiwNEW TexraNEW TeasesNEW
NEW YOR May Mny tly 23 Capt Capt William C CGibfon CGlbaon CGibson
Gibson of the battlertlp bait1e hip Texas this morn morning morlIIng mornin ¬
ing in explained explain d vbfet 44tt bbt the trouble was with withthe withthe withthe
the crew of tb tbo b < yegsel ye el on her last cruise cruiseDespatches cruiseDespatchcs cruIseDespatches
Despatches from Washington published publishedthis publishedthis publishedthis
this morningstated mornin morning ¼ statM tat that reports had been beenreceived beenrecelyed beenreceived
received at the th Navy avy Department telling tellingof
of Insubordination on the part of the mem membera membe13 mernborn
born of the crew cre The trouble the thedespatches thed thedeepatehea
despatches d patchet said said began at Galveston The TheTexas TheTexas TheTexas
Texas wont ont there in April to take part In Ina ina ina
a celebration More Iore trouble troubleS It was re reported reported meported ¬
ported followed on the cruise thereafter thereafterCaptain thoreafterCapt1in thereafterCaptain
Captain Gibsons Glbsonsexplanntlon explanation and account accountof accountof accouatof
of the matter follows followsThere foroVsThere foJotvsThere
There is a grain of truth in the reports reportsof reptutsof reportsof
of the trouble en board the ship hi which whichwere whichwere whichwere
were published this morning but only a agrain abrain agrain
grain There was some little trouble troubleaboard troubleaboard troubleaboard
aboard but no more than is common on a acruise acruise acruise
cruise like this one we have just ended endedand endedand endedand
and 1 am surprised at the fuss S that has hasb hasen hasbeen
b been en made in his Instance InstanceThe InstanceTIl instancerlie
The TIl whole glory tory la as follows While TVWlewe 1VlIIlewe Whilewe
we were still at Galveston the ship was wasthe wasvisited
visited dully by many people who were In Inthe Inthe I
the most instances friends or acquaint acquaintances acquaintances acquaintancos ¬
ances of the crew From a mistaken mistakenidOl1 mistakenidOl1oC idea ideaof Ideaof
of kindness they brought liquor aboard aboardWe aboardWe aboardWe
We did what we could to detect and step stepthis tepthis stepthis
this but it Is s exceedingly exc edlngly difficult wlth wlthput wlthput withPut
put being exceedingly impolite to prevent preventsmuggling preventsmuggling preventsmuggling
smuggling entirely It would for exam example exampIe exampIe ¬
pIe be very questionable to have visitors visitorsscorched visitorssearched iHtemscnrehed
scorched which whl is really what would ould have haveto htveto haveto
to be dpie In order to prevent whisky be being beIng beIn ¬
ing In brought aboard aboardNow aboardNow aboardNow
Now the result of this mistaken kind kindnew kindness kindaces
new braeght in bottles was several sOferaL cases casescf casescC casescf
cf iatoxic iotoxio1on Uon while we were still at Gal Galveston Galeaton Galveston ¬
veston They were not very bad cases casesbut Caesbut casesbut
but it was perceptible that the men wer werdrinking we wedrinking were weredrinking
drinking and drinking too much I final finally finally finaliT ¬
ly caused the th arrest of two men They Th Theywere y ywere
j were not put Jn Irons but they were PUt puqhthed PUtitthed puplobed
lobed in the war that the law la provides providesOFITCIAI1S pro providesOPPICTAIS de deOFFIcrAIS
OFITCIAI1S ACCEPT CCEPT BRIBES BRIBESIcnnHylvanla BRIDESConncllmtn BRIBESIeiansylvnnla
IcnnHylvanla Coancllmrn Say I IAVns It Itns ItWan
Wan ns Dune to Get Evidence EvidenceSCRAXTON EvidenceSCRANTON fdel1c fdel1cSCIL
SCRANTON SCIL TOX Pa Pa May 23 2SlmfMl 2SlmfMlThomas 23SimonThomas Simeo SimeoThomas
Thomas a Select Councilman CoYneil and D David DavidH DavidH vM vMH
H Reese a Common Councilman gave gavebail gaTeball gavebail
bail last night in 15500 6WO to aaswer the thecharge tileI thecharge
charge of bribery brtbclprelerred preferred by the Mu Municipal Municipal III IIInkipal ¬
I nicipal League Sixteen councilman and andOD andone andone
OD one former councilman had prevlosly prevloslygiven precioslygiven
given Inn bonds Mr trial trialThe triaLThe trialThe
I
The defendants deCends are charged with ac accepting acI ascepting ¬
I cepting bribes fet yoUng agelesS tha thaj th thI thalicense
j I license tax ordinance oce of tto provi proviceat pnn1810ns prosIsloan
sloan ot which imposEd a tax of 3 11 pr prI parcost
I ceat on the grass receipts of the Scraa SernIItoo Serantoil
I too Street Str t Railway Company the first firstyear fimyear firstyear
year after the ordinance became a law lawj 1n 1ni lawand
j and gradually increased h rea Itd the tax year yea by byyear bTyear byyear
year until a maximum tax of i 5 per cent centwas teAtwas centwas
was retched1 retched1The reuhedThe rescbed4 rescbed4The
The ordinance ordiaancewus was 8 defeated ia ineelect select selectcouncil selectcouncil
council juat juatbefore before the ending of f the thetest theIecLL thelzat I
test ftsci1 year After the raergantea raerganteatioa reetgfSnmUOII mocganlzalion
lion of councils this year another crel crelTee enIwurce erdtnasree
wurce Tee was Introduced waib wa waended wuamended sunamended
amended ended ia earntcen uhncen mD council by the is istton 111rtloa tasorties
sorties rtloa tton of a tladtae redocisg the uxitin uxitinieapored taxJli taxatimbepored n nilDpoled
ieapored on the1 th street t railway company companyto 1 1to
to 1 per er cent 01 < rf the grow receipts Tte Ttebribery Ttebribey Thebrthey
bribery alleged ia 1 Ute warrants ia tint tintthe UNItthe thatthe
the defendant accepted money ooey to tote ot ote for forthis fortJaJ forthis
this aaiendoeat aaiendoeatThe amendme lt ltThe L LThe
The evident against the accused council couaeilmea councilinca CMUldImea
mea was seeiiredjby eeQled eci red b by Detective J 1 S Har Harris Harm liarmis ¬
ris of o New = ew 1Yor Yorlc Yorl Tie accused persons pertoasdeclare personsdeclare i
declare lare they leaPt money from Harria p pr prpoetty perposely r rposety
posety aDd tbaf ha they will have b e him ar arrested arIftted amrested ¬
rested for offerta oItfJrl bribes
OPENINGS OPEN OPETINS S IN SOSEA SOSEAOpii KORBAOlr XOREAOpiortuseI
OpiortuseI Opii rtuitUy f JrAnicrIcnn In Some SomeIilne Sm SmIin SomeItnea
Iilne Iin Itnea of Work WorkHorse W WorkHorse rk rkHonIee
Horse X Allen AlI United States Consul ConsulGeneral CoRauIOeneraI ConsulGeneral
General at Leare Korea writes the State StateDepartment SateDepertmeat S4a1eDopertasent
Department as fellows fellowsA
A aumber of foreigners are e already alreadygaged en engaged engaged ¬
gaged as Hteachers teachers la the language llUt Ue schools MieeIsor schoolsof ebeotsof
of Korea There te BO present deraaad for formore formore or ormore
more men f or r such work Salaries Salari are areabout areabout areabout
about 1S lit gold Id per month and ad adTher banns bouaThere bannsTher
There Ther are a great many pfay physicians tetaa awl awlsurgeons aBdsllr andsargeons
surgeons sllr eoos here in connection with the therafeafonu UtemiBslO1JI them4nslons
rafeafonu of the various churches There Thereia ThereIs ThereIs
Is no opening for men not 50 o connected connectedThere COIIseetedThere connectedThere
There is a good field for a young aDd aadcapable aDdcapable andcapable
capable dent at who would be able to com compete compete cornPete ¬
pete with jth the fine work of the American Americandentists Amerieandentists Americandentists
dentists who come here occaeienaHy ocessieHn from fromChina fromCJtlna fromChina
China and Japan By traveling travlI g betwe between betweenthe tw < a athe Btile
the Korean ports and gold miRes a den dentist dentist denlist ¬
tist would find a fair field for his ls work workwhich werkwhich wericwhich
which at present should amount to not notless notless notieee
less than fl500 1500 sold with Ith an opportunity opportunityof
of a good increase Expenses would about aboutconsume nheutconsume aboutconsume
consume the income at first A reputable reputablefirm relHltalilolnn reputablofirm
firm of American American dentists at Shanghai ShanghaiChina SbanghalthI ShanghaiChina
China thI 1 has Addressed me on the subject subjectof
of opening a branch office o In Korea and aadI
1 would suggest that anyone anyenethlnklng thinking of o oe ofcoming
coming e mlnJ here for such purpose should first firstcommunIcato firstcommunicate
communicate with these men men1Iessrs Messrs Ivy Ivyand IYaoo Ivyand
and Robinson RoblnsonothEcwlse otherwise the place might mightbe mightbe mightbe
be filled before arrival arrivalThere trriV11There arrivalThere
There seems ms to be no demand for me mechanical meehanlcal mechanical ¬
chanical mining electrical or railroad railroadengineers raliroadenctneers
engineers except from the various com companies cempanies cornpanles ¬
panies engaged In these lines who bring bringout bringout bringout
out their own selected men I append a alist alist alist
list of these concerns who ho may ma be com communicated communlcaled cornmunicated ¬
municated with direct directI
I know of no good business openings openingshere openingshere
here which would offer sufficient sumcI nt induce inducements inducemeats ¬ I Iments
ments to bring a young oung man from the Uni United United Urnted ¬
ted States Such opportunities are usu usually usually usually ¬
ally taken by someone who is upon the thespot thespot
spot spotPATENTS 8101PATENTS spotPATENTS
PATENTS AND TRADE TRADEXo TBADETTArS TBADETTArSNo tAHKS tAHKSXo
Xo Lawn Co Cocrln Covering verifier Their Uxc in Ef Effect Effeet Erfeet ¬
feet in Korcn KorcnHorace KoreiHorace or orHOrlce
Horace A Allen United States Conan Coasalat Cons Consnt Conanret
at Seoul writing to the State Dpartment Dpartmentsay DpartmentS1SS Dpartmeatsass
say sass si
S1SSKorea siKorea
Korea has no patent laws or laws cov covering co coeril1g ensethg ¬
ering trademarks or copyrights There Is Isno 1311O Isleo
no present prospect prc pect of legislation covering coveringthese coverlRgtbese coveringthese
these subjects Up to date d 1te I knew of no noinfringement noinfringem noinfrIngement
infringement infringem l on the part of natives of Ko Koan Korca
rca of patents qrtrademarks qj trademarks though Jap Japansc Japanese
ansc an < EO morehantfirin Korea have given con considerable considtmable ¬
siderable trouble tt tl01 e to an American Amcri an crmpany crmpanyby empanyby cmpanyby
by importing im ortlm Russian and Sumatran oil la laAmerican i1American InAmerican
American kerosene kerocne tins > and selling it as asthe
the genuine article at a reduced price priceConsiderable priceConsiderable I
Considerable effort tro ffort t was made to have this thispractice
practice abolished aboU abolithed Cd but the results were wereaot WefC410t werenot I
not satisfactory and the company suffering sufferingfrom sufferingfrom I
from rom the practice pr tic had to take mcaures mcauresor
or Informing Inormin the thenative native merchants of the thefraud thefllud thefraud
fraud and so o enabling e bling them to guard guardagainst gturd1galnst guardagainst
against it itThe i1 i1The ItThe
The Koreans Korc Korconsame nsuc arc not a manufactu Ing Ingpeople Ingpeople tagpeople
people and tficrels t tftere ere Is little danger that tbiy tbiywill tbVwill Ihvtrill
will imitate Imitateforelgn foreign goods goo b or marks as asseems nsBOOms asseems
seems to be the case caselrl In the adjoining adjoiningcountries adjolz1ngcouztrleschlna adjoin4ngcountriesChina
countries couztrleschlna China and Japan Protection Prot dioli in inthese inthese inthese
these latter latterco countries LTfes would probably fur furnish Curnish furnish ¬
nish nIl the protection required in Korea Koreaas Kerc1 Koreaas
as most of o Koreas Kea Ioos s imports come ttre ttrefrom Urefrom ttrefrorn
from
I IIrclcss j jWireless
Wireless Irclcss Telegraphy TelegraphyFrom TelegruphyFrom TelegraphyFrom
From the London Globe GlobeElectricians GlobeFleclricians GlobeElectricians
Electricians used to toth the older methods thods of tele telegraphy telegraphy telegraphy ¬
graphy and business i men interested in them are areMmetrhat are98mewhat aresomewhat
somewhat reluctant to acknowledge acltl1O e the possibili possibiliof po possibilitics
ties of wrielesx IT elcss telegraphy jast as gas engi engineers cr crMEr ergineer ¬
neers were ere slow to belter believein in electric liehttrg li2htil It tts Ithuman
s human nature Unable nable to deny that Marconi
his h 1 been successful J in a measure some telrgraph tekcjsphcatineem
I ct crinetTS ineers are dbpoced to limit the wirelia W tele teleraill telegnah telegrsh
gnah to short distances of a few miles and say it itwlil itwill
will only 1 nly 1 be awful ful for coast communication communica ol1 to toJighthips toJibhnhips tolightships
lightships etc Prof R A Fcoendeiu however hosrercria howeverin howeverin
ia in the th Transactions of the American Institute of ofElectrical oCEtKt ofElectrical
Electrical EtKt a1 Engineers eliotcs that JIacconis law lawor lawfor lawfor
for or the range nge of signaling namely that it Ii pro proportional pro proportional proportional ¬
portional to the product of the th height of the thevertical thevcrtical thevertical
vertical wires used at the the6tndi thesending sending and receivins receivinsstations rtteivin rtteivinstations rectjyinstations
stations has a rational l basis bw and and therefore tht < Core with withhigh withhigb withhigh
high enough sending and receiving wires wi ss well wellas IV1Uas wellas
as powerful sparks and slight improvement a in inthe inthe inthe
the apparatus the range might be carried to a athousand athousand ethgusand
thousand miles or more moreIvlpllnpr moreKIplIn
1 Ivlpllnpr lpUng o WI Lu a ncIlIJCer BelHarercnt BelHarercntfFlrom Be1ilgerntVresss nt ntFrGm
fFlrom Vresss the th Boston Globe Globelaving C1OIM3 C1OIM3iavicg Iobe Iobelining
laving sung I of or the white whi nuns burden nude Eudjard nudeid Bud3ed
jard id Kiplhijr Kiplin now no sires of the while man man usana cup cupfilled cupfilled
filled fU1 d not with aU and alt but wIth berludt
SAVEDBY SA VElfBY THE CONDUCTOR CONDOCTOBRnllrn CONDUCTORRnlh CONDUCTORRaIlevay
Rnllrn Rnlh RaIlevay n > Inn Hixk Itbkl6 III lila Life LIf for a aIoxiiciiprciv nl aInssenger
Ioxiiciiprciv IoxiiciiprcivPRfXCESS l InssengerPRINCESS CJlg r rPRINCESS
PRINCESS ANNE A NE Md Id May fay 23 3A A dis display d dlsplay s splay ¬
play of heroism was witnessed by pas passengers pSsengers psasengers ¬
sengers on the Old Point express on the theNew theSew theNew
New York York Philadelphia and Norfolk Rail Rcllroad R11rood Railroad
road just north of Salisbury Md d yes yesterday 163teldaj oa oateiday ¬
terday afternoon When the express expressreached expIdJr eapresareaches
r reached Salisbury Stl ury a mlddleagtd man manwell mallwell manwell
well dressed got on the train and took a ascat ascat asent
scat in the smoking car The ccnductar c nductJ of ofthe o othe ofthe
the trainr tr train n William C Trultt scoa discos discovered tJISCOVered discoscrud ¬
ered that the man was going to Norfolk Norfolkand Norfolkand
and should have taken the southbound ex express expr express ¬
press pr which was due in Salisbury Sall bury at 2 2oclock 2aclock 2oclock II
oclock The conductor told the passenger passengerto
to get en err as soon as the train stop tospel pal on onthe onthc onthe
the switch to permit the southbound lIouthb und < oc ocpress cxpres
press press pres to pads but warned arned the passenger patsengarnot vusengrnot passengernot
not to get on the main track trackThe trackThe trackThe I
The man disregarding the conductors In Instructions Instructions instructions ¬
structions alighted on the insist track juit juitthundering jtttas
I
as the so southbound thbouoo express traIn canse cansethundering aIDe I ItbuDdenng
thundering by He seemed to be in jndazed a adazed a adazed
dazed condition and Conductor Trultt see seeing sEClug seelug ¬
lug the danger of the passenger pu nger Jump jumpfrom jumpd jumpdfrom id idfrom
from his train and on the main track in infrcnt Infrent irerrcnt
frcnt of O the approaching express aaa a at tie tierisk nerisk Vierisk
risk of his own life pulled the stranger strangerfrom s strangerfrom nger ngerfrom
from the track just as the southbound ex express dpr8 uapress ¬
press 3 passed The conductor teas warmly wermlyapplauded wermIyapplauded warmlyapplaudedhy
applauded applaudedhy by the passengers on the train tialaSTLTFER tlalaSILvPRFOB trainSILVER
SILVER SILvPRFOB FOR BATTI BA BATTLESHIP BATTLESHIPSchool BSHTP BSHTPSchool SHIP SHIPSchool
SHIPI I
School Children Will III Present Pr ent Ser Service se Scmvice ¬
vice Ice to the Xevr y ev Jersey JeracjrTRENTON Jera JerseyTRENTON T TTRENTOS
TRENTON N J May Ma 28 2ttMayors Mayors of ofcities ofcItl86 ofcities
cities throughout the State School Super Superintendents SlJperIntendents SuperIntendents ¬
intendents and members of the State StateBoard StateBoard StateBeard
Board of Education mat in the Senate SenateChamber SenateChtmber SenateChamber
Chamber yesterday to consider the project projectof projeetof projectof
of having bavl the school children of the State Statepresent Statepresent
I
present a silver service to the new battle battleship battleship ¬
ship New = ew Jersey The following permanent I Iofficers IoIDeers I Iofficers r
officers were chosen President Mayor Ed Edward Edward I Iward
ward Hoos Jersey City vice president presidentMayor prt16ldentIayor presidentMayor
Mayor Frank C Briggs Trenton secre secretary o ecretary ecrotar3r ¬
tary S Conrad Ott Camden trewwrer trewwrerState tre tretsurerState rer rerState
State Treasurer Swain SwainSubscriptions SwainSUbSCrlpUODs SwoonSubscriptions
Subscriptions in the schools are Jo 3 be betakun bet betaken
taken t kun during the week beginning October
15 and no pupil will be allowed to contrib contribute contribute contribate ¬
ute more than t fire cents The names oC all allcontributors allcontrfbutors allcontributors
contributors but cot t the amounts will be betaken betakftn betaken
taken by the teachers and recored in a abook ahook abook
book to be presented pre eated with the silver silv r sums service sumslee rv rvlee ¬
lee leeRECORDBREAKING
RECOBDBHZAKING OIL WELL WELLii WLPills
Pills II EEOBarrel onlrrel Tank Ecr Every Hour HouruUII hourunii
uUII ii n Ifalf IfalfCLARKSBURG falfCLARKSBLRG IfaltCLARKSBURQ
CLARKSBURG W Va May 231 23The 23ThebIggest Tfce TfcebiggMt T1tblgg
bIggest blgg et oil well la the State has beea beeaopened beeaopened
opened oa the WakenMtn farm arm neec n beea1 the thevillage thevillage e eage i
village age of Wallace ia this eeuntr on the thesew theBeW thesew
sew West Virginia Short LIRe Railroad RailroadOH Railroadon RaitruatLOn
on was struck about tea weekr a asince ate aM aMlIce andsince
since lIce then the we weD has been flowing at atabo atabeNt atshout
shout abo t 4CO barrels a day da with the tools in inthe intile inthe
the bale beteLaat IMIeLut baleLast
Last Frt ar Ute owners rs coaciwled Ie drill drilla rill I
a little farther aDd before tHy bed gone goaesix gonesix e esix
six inches lain the aaad they struck a freak freaktkea freshvein I
vein and sines then the well we baa been beeahalf beenfilling 1
filling a IIt berreI tank every bane sad a abelt
half The TI1elecse Jas Is fasPwm TIMd 1 tile South SotItkPeu SouthFace I
Face Counter Couas Tk TIle a4Jeiaias I14jeiJ farm be belo
lo J 1 gs to JotteT Jed Got GoffAR3Ti GoFIFTH GotiT
FIFTH iT ARMY COBPS cosCornerstone MEffOEIAL MEffOEIALCorncnttonc REMORIALI REMORIALII
Cornerstone Cornc tou to 0 lie Laid at FreUer FreUerick PrederICkhUrm I
ick Ickbu ICkhUrm > ursr Friday I rldn MKht MKhtFREDERICKSBUHG 4igbtFREDER1CKSgURG hbt hbtFREDERICKSBURG
FREDERICKSBURG Va May y JT 23The 23Theserneruton Tae TaeofBeratoae e eof
ofBeratoae of the aMNMtmeat te be he emecled ract sl
to the Fifth Army Corps ia Uw Xuonal Xa NasionalCemetery XuonalCeaetery II31 II31eeetery
Ceaetery here will be laid Friday ere even eYeIIJq eveng
Jq C a HXt next xt Xy lay5 2S wIth 1t Masonic MaMMieterworth eereIMf ceremeses ceremeseshi
hi Leone Na 4 of tills city General But BtItt Butterwortb
terworth t rwortll who donate Ute monument JBOD1IIBt ape specially apedally apeemily ¬
dally reqent reqaseted < l thi tlia this the Mocker ocber Lodge ef efGeorge cGeorge ofGeorge
George Washington taccaa to officiate oa the oe oeTat Ge Gees oecaslon
es caslon Tat Limo selected for the c cy re reAroty inmony
mony y hJ i during tile antday lest 4ay oC rho rhocampment It n ncaeat
caeat et the SocIety of Ole Army of oftfce oftII ofLb
tfce Lb Patamae l GteIIIaC the members of which will willattead wUlattetlcl willattend
attend atteadGoi attetlclCoL attendCaL
CaL E K D Col Cole chief cl ef marshal sal ea the theoccasion theoeeasioa theoccasion
occasion of UM visit t of President MeKIm MeKImley 1IcKIBIe 3lcKlnlay
lay Ie > his Cabinet and other distinguish distinguishgiw distinguishedgbest ed edJtere
giw gbest U here oa Friday a next xt and ac escort escortof eaeortof escortof
of the Amy ArAI of the PotoMac has h appointed appointedthe appolDt appolDtUte appointedthe
the following aides Capt D M I Lee broth Urcther brothOr
er of Gee Flubugh Flt ugh Lee A A W Embrey
A A P 1 Rowe Jr and C W Herkamp HerkampTOR HurkampFOR HerkampPOB
FOR NEW ACTORS HOME H02TEPresident HOMEPreiident ROMEPresident
President Aldrieh Ilecelve Atldl Atldlin tddItionni ddl ddlHonu
Honu SubscrIptIons in fur 2k21 2k21NEW s 2 2SEW > r rNEW
NEW YORK YOJlK May 23 iThe The wave of en enthttsiaera en1hulasm enihuetesen
thttsiaera stirred in the theatrical pro profession poCcseioft profcsston ¬
fession by Maaager lIa er Al Ilaymans offer of oflfteW ofsiLsee
siLsee lfteW 10 as a starter rter teward a fund to found founda
a home aerae for infirm and unfortunate actors actorstowed aecorsshowed actorsshowed
showed towed no signs of abating yesterday yesterdayWhen yestec1ayhen yesterdayWhen
When hen President Louis Aldrich Aldrich of the theActors theActors theActors
Actors Fund counted up the days re receipts recei meceipcs ¬
ceipts cei late last night ni llt he found t uDd that tae taenew th thnew thenew
new home was 3tG 32S 3295 nearer it reality realityEarly realityEarly realityEarly
Early in the morning William Gillette Gillettesent GUlettesent Gillettesent
sent a modest letter enclosing a check for forL ferl8 farsieoo
sieoo L l8 l 00 It was followed duving the fere fereUKm fereroon foreLoon
Loon by a gift of iOO 500 from Augustus ugISlua Pi Pitou Piau Ptban
ban and his star Cbauncey Gicott and S ii6 ii6rom IIqroen e ejrotn
rom Manager anager Antonio Pasto Then eame eametwo eametwo camewo
two wo of 258 2t each 6 ch from New = ew York Lodge LodgeICO LodgeXo LodgeNo
ICO 1 or tire e Order ot Elks and 8l1 aneMansfield Richard RichardMaasfleld ard
Mansfield MaasfleldOther YaBsfieldOther MansfieldOther
Other checks which came in during the theday theday theday
day were as follows Joseph J ph Brooks Brooks J1W J1WAmelia 1 1Amelia lW lWAmelia
Amelia BIngham fl IM lI Annie Russell RuaellSllfl
5187 Sllfl May tay Irwin IrwiR 100 Roberta Rober Norwood
3100 100 James am S T Powers t S 5S D H H Harkins HnrklDiiiO
iO 50 Willie Versa Taorne 25 A M 3L 1 Pal Palmer Palmer Patmom ¬
mer 28 O Howard Gould UCi flO lG William VtilliamBeach WilliamBeach IVilliamBeach
Beach 18 16 Emmett C King 1 16 Ckarles CkarlesJ Chul ChulJ ChnrieJ
J Craig 10 Cuyler Cu ler Hastings 10 and aadFrank andFrank andFrank
Frank E E Aiken AikenYesterdays liy liyYesterdays 1 1Yestdays
Yesterdays receipts with the amounts amountspreviously amoulltsprevtously amountspreviously
previously subscrib sube subecribtel < rlbi including incudin Manager ManagerHaymans JlaooterHaymans Managerlaymans
Haymans offer of 106 lf 10010 eO 0 swell the grand grandtotal grandtotal grandtotal
total to 3210 S3lGIt 232l0It 3210It
It requires 35000 5000 to assure Mr Hay Haymans Ha Hamans Haymans
mans gift and there ther is no doubt that the thesum Weum thesum
sum um will be becaslly easily raised
CHICAGO STUDENTS AT WAS WASCHICAGO W WBBatile At AtDntHe
DntHe XftrroI Narmewly tverted Ct on North Xorthc1ltern Northivest
ivest c1ltern em tinlcrltUt Un iversity Campus CnwpuICCHICAGO CampusCHICAGO
CHICAGO May S3 23Colle 23College College pcliti pclitlm s at atthe atthe
the Northwestern University embroied the tkewhole thewhole I
whole student body and for u time time1t it looksd looksdas looksdas lookedas
as if the campus would be b changed Irani a aprize nprize aprize
prize ring to a battlefield As it was W9 two twoyoung twooung twoyoung
young oung men F H Sueiner S < and H B BSmith B BSmitb BSmith
Smith belonging to the opposing factions factionsIndustriously factionsIndustriomy factionsindustriously
Industriously hammercC hmltne each others teat features teature teatures ¬
ures ure for half an hour and a camps crowd crowdof crowdof crowdof
of impetuous youths who had gathered gatheredaround
around to see the encounter became 10 ex excite Xcit axcited ¬
cite cit cited that a general riot was narrowly narrowlyaverted narrowlyaTerted narrowlyaverted
averted avertedThe aTertedThe avertedThe
The trouble arose over the election of ofeditors oreditors ofeditors
editors of the college paper the day before beforeTwo beCoreTwo beforeTwo
Two other fist fights occurred accu cccurre during the day dayand d sinyand y yand
and last evening Prof Thome narrowly ea eaccped e euped ascapeel
ccped a similar encounter encounterThe encou encouterTice ter terThc
The Royal nonllnD1U Family and the Irish Irhchrom IrishFrom IrishCFrom
CFrom rom the London Star StarOn StarOn tar tarOn
On St 51 Patricks Day with everybody uu wearingthe wearing wearingthe llg llgthe
the shamrock by royal command commandS it is interesting interestingte n nt
te t recall that the Queens third son sonS the Duke of ofCccnaught orCcnnaughL ofCennaught
Cccnaught not only bears an Irish title tit1 but wa wachristened wu wuc waschristened
c christened M Patrick I riel in compliment ccmp ncnt ta Ub the Irish pro people propie peepIe ¬
pie It trill be less commonly remembered that thatthe thattte thatIto
the mae of York was created Baron Kiltarocy in inifid
1302 159 and that hi hit little son son the prospective fu future futnre futree ¬
tree King of Great Britain and Ireland has Par Parrick Purick Parrick
rick as one of his names Andrew and David are arcamocg areamo areamong
among amo bu other names namesTht namesThe namesthe
The Prince of Wales has the th Irish titles of Earl Earlof EuloC Earlof
of Carsick and Earl Em of Dublin Vlblin and the Queens Queenssecond Queen Queeneeccnd Queenksecond
second ton now Duke of SaieColwrsGalha is isEarl 15Earl isLan
Earl of tlster tlsterA
A correspondent co mt ot The Doily I 1T Telegraph Telegraphwrites Telegraphwritf Telegraphwrites
writes Although there i is no record of Her Ma Majcstr Bajesty 11 11jcsty
jcstr rim Worn worn shamrock In the early yearn ea of ofher oCha ofher
her nMfn n on the festival of St Patrick the Prince PrinceConsort PrlnccConsort PrinceConsort
Consort did On the first ITth litho of Starch after aftertheir aft afttheirlMmae altertheir
their theirlMmae marriage in 1SJO on St St Patricks night nichUtlie nighttlu nightthe
the tlu Queen and Prince Albert paid a private visit visitto Tisitto visitto
to the th > Haymarket ymnkcl Theatre to witness the per perfcrmaivcc ptrlcnna perforesenee
fcrmaivcc lcnna ot Ills List I Legs ffa Then it was noticed noticeilthat notittdtbat noticedthat
that the th Prince Prin OoiMort bad a a sprig o at thamrock thamrockIn
In his buttonhole w ich as was reported report at the thetime thetime thetime
time had been presented ted to him by Lord Lsrgaa LrganI
I
BALTIMORE B LTlMORE IN JNDABXNE5 JNDABXNE5Result N DARKNESS DARKNESSUocult uAIUrnESSReKnit
Result of n D Strike of Electric EI etrlc Light JJffUtCompany LJbtCompnnT LightCompany
Company JStupIoyen JStupIoyenBALTIMORE EploT EploTBArTDIORE ltmployesBALTIMORE
BALTIMORE May ray 23 23barkness Darkness 1rkn > s envel enveloped ennloped enveloped ¬
oped sections of o Baltimore last eight like likea
a pall The T e big bl electric arc lights that are arewont arewont arewont
wont to make the citys principal thorough thoroughfares thoroughlares thoroughares ¬
fares ares almost as bright as day were of less lessuse Ieuse lentuse
use than co many tallow dips owing to the thestrike thestrike thestrike
strike of practically all the employes of ofthe o othe ofthe
the United States Electric Light aDd Pew Pewer Pewer Powem
er Company which controls all the electric eleetrfclighting eleertclI electriclighting
lighting lI htlng plants in the city The strike be began btgm begnu ¬
gnu at 7 i oclock yesterday morning and andkept andkept andkept
kept growing all day dayOn dAyOn dayOn
On many of the streets the darkness wag wagas wn wnas wa waas
as profound as It it would have been in a aforest acrest aforest
forest Even where a few gas lights re redeemed redeemed medeemed ¬
deemed the neighborhood nel bbDrhood from rom utter gloem gloemthe gloemthe gloomthe
the feeble twinkle only seemed to accentu accentuate t eDtuate ancontuate ¬
ate the blackness between them A cisuzl cisuzlvisitor esuzvisitor csuzlvisitor
visitor might well have imagined Imagined himself himselfIn
In tome mediaeval city cityThe oltyThe cityThe
The only street even eV n passably lighted lightedwas Ugkledwas lightedwas
was Baltimore in the centre of the city citywhere citywhere citywhere
where the Kitson Company Comp XY bad planted plantedpoles plantedpoles plantedpoles
poles and had excellent lights buraiag at atevery atevcry atevery
every corner In the contra of the slty sltySome dUSome nitySome
Some of the stores and offices which have havetheir haveth havetheir
their th ir own electric plant were brilliantly brilliantlylighted bdlUautlyUghted brilliantlyUghtod
lighted and aided the Kitaen lights IJ hta in die dtepeiling d dpelling diepefllng >
peiling the darkness But on South and andLight aDdLIght ansiLIght
Light and other Streets the utter black Mackness blackness blackness
ness was not relieved by a glimmer glimmerDarkness glimmerDlrlcness glimmerDarknear
Darkness also reigned reI ed supreme about the theharbor t1aeharbor theharbor
harbor shores where electric lights have havemade haemade havemade
made dangerous places easy of o detection detectionAt deteetJoRAt detectionAt
At the water end ofthe streets electric electriclights electriclights electriclights
lights have been of great service aDd their theirabsence dNtlrabsence theirabeence
absence last night made boatmen and eth ethers ethers ottems ¬
ers very cartill au ur of their movements Few Fewventured Fewventured Fewventured
ventured out at ail I unites WlI compelled to Aa Aaso W1so tieso
so As the e Baltimore tad Onto Railroad Railroadand Railroadand Railroadand
and Northern Central Railway have their theirown theiroWl theirown
own plants along and insrde In rde < their piers and andIn andin i iin
in car yards the reign of darkness darkB did not notaffect DOta1ect notaffect
affect night nl ht work anywhere with these car corporatlons cerporatIons carpomatlona
poratlons Clinton Strut Canton where wlteretkere wherethere
there are so many dark dc places aad can canconstantly ca caeonMantly carsconsianely
constantly moving m TlDg made it dangerous for forpedestrians forpedestrians forpedeetriens
pedestrians pedestriansDruid pedestriansDrnid pedeetriensDruid
Druid H Hill Park was darker last night nightthan nlg nightthan t tthan
than it has bee Ia twelve years or since siaceit aIaeeIt sinceit
it was first supplied with electric lights MghfcjBat MghrsBut lightslint
Bat for a few scattering seaue ng ioeaadeseeats aad aadthe aadthe andthe
the lanterns of the he bicycle which appar apparentiy apparashy I
ashy were ere much mere ia ev4de eWde es4deuc ce because becaasemore heca86emore becausemore
more noticeable than en ordinary night nightthe sights sightsthe I Ithe
the darkness would have bees complete completeAll eempleteAn eemeteAll
All the arc lights lI hs eightythree in number numberfortytwo aumr aumrforty numberfortytwo
fortytwo forty two of which w leh bun all aight aigMwere aigMwereotiL were wereoat
oat oatPatterson
Patterson Park and the other parks aad aadsquares aadretJ sadsquares
squares retJ were ere ia just as bad a plight plig t as asDruid 3Drlllel asDruid
Druid HilL The Sportsmeaa S ExposiUea ExposiUeaat ExP 5lUH 5lUHat
at Electric Park Park which belled its name last lastnight Icwtnight lastnight
night was seriously Inconvenienced InCOBVeal eM The Theraees Thecases I Iraees
raees usually run under the t e electric lights lightshad lightshad
had to be ran IB total darkaaas darkaaasTOBACCO darknessTOBACCO s I
TOBACCO W WAREHOUSES 3TJHNED 3TJHNEDDAN BUR1ItEDlra BURID1trney
BUR1ItEDI I
lra 1trney Loe L oeee Sutf SwlYereL < d by DAullIe DAullIey DaweiiheVie
y Vie D Denieru DenieruDANVILLE ra raDA
DAN DA DANVILLE YILLE ILLE Va a May Ia 22 23The Tk Tte meet d dstructtve de deBtrudhe dostmucve
structtve fire re here far many year W swet swetaway w ft ftaway
away aW3 almost aa entire Mock te tile factory raDd factoryand factoryaad
aDd warehouse ware district of thie city betwe 1tet between betweenI a
3 aad T oclock yesterday morning indict taflietiag indictlag
tag a Jose cqeservaUvely placed a p15S555 p15S555and > lSat lSataad a5e a5ealMl
and eseumla caaamiqg i5 or damaging about a S 8M 8Mads SWISS SWISSpounds M Mpetiads
pounds ads of Icaftoteeea IcaftoteeeaThe leaTIoMeee leaTIoMeeeThe leaTiobeeeThe
The S mefoitftoK9 a rtrinttt fa Acres eres ware warebowse wweho warebeans
beans a oae oostmy sit ry brick acrueftttr eavcr eavcri N4IDg curerlag
lag H acre i Several eralanllen farmers who 11 were wereasleep aeleasleep wereasleep
asleep in I the hawse barely huety1Mtr sses oncayM honing Joslaxtketr honingtheir
their wagons leaded tied with leaf lokacee aecs bet ImtsariBg 1ttttriog betsaving
saving riog the horses hersesThe enJeeTtIe horsesThe
The fiances spread with alarming rapMi maIdIty hU hUtF
tF Ute a firemen being powerless to check checkthere
them the for three hence Hour Two other tobacco tobaccosales
I sales warehouses the Banner and Hod Hodsetts HatiettB Hodnetta
setts though U1lM18 substantial brick txriMtegc txriMtegcaeon bnHdiugaaeon
aeon SMccwMked Mt1 ttx the heat h t Tw T18 f tone tonestory wr wrstery
story brick takaoto ra faetotier one contain eeatataUig COIItaIalag containlag
lag a quantity of leaf were also bunted burnedand
aH hale a doHA small brick and r frame framestructures
structures struetut were ceneuaed ceneuaedCo cuneume cuneumeThe
The brick storage warehouse ol BrMn BreunCo
Co containing atning ax more > re than 9MK pounds poaDdst
of bright s masker Mker leaf lea tobacco In Insaved bacakeada bacakeadawas
was saved by a hard struggle st 1e hot Ute to toj toI tobaceo
j bacco is almost worthless from tee smoke smokeiad amakenad e
iad water The Th looses are appraciaaately appraciaaatelyOn B aes ± tely telyOn Iy IyOn
On buildings 35M on tobacco belonging betoagingto
to Ole Americaa Company te tetobaeee T ieme aa ether otkertobaeeo ethertobacco
tobaeeo S54It 45lutt 45 WO Those e losses are largely targeCycovered Jargercovered largelycovered
covered by inaarsaec The T heaviest vtest iaeH iaeHWBO JacIITidINII mdividisel
TidINII uninsured loser 16 Frank X B Burton Burtonwho IroD IroDwIto
WBO who owned the Banner aad the Brown Browaage star starage sloeaxe
age houses housesTEST housesTEST aoMoea aoMoeaTEST
TEST OP THE 7INDSPiMTTEB 7INDSPiMTTEBThe
The A dnmH tin HIM Train 3Inke a Mile 1I1 in inThirtyclRlit inTblrbd inTleirtyciglst
ThirtyclRlit Tblrbd bt Sec S Secunslo SecunsloBALTIMORE nl nlBALTIMORE nlBALTnIORE
BALTIMORE May ay 23 3A A speed test testat testatthe at atthe t tthe
the winds811tter wiads litter train designed by byFrederick byPrederiek byFrederick
Frederick U Adams of Chicago was made madeyesterday Im1deesteroay madeyesterday
yesterday between Baltimore and Wash Washington WShIngton Washington ¬
ington The run was made to Washington Washingtonin ashlnglOnIn
in fortyfive minutes which hhh ia the sched schedule schedule achedale ¬
ule time of the Royal Blue trams This Thisstow Thisstow Thisslow
stow time was due to the fact that the en engine engine engine ¬
gine drawing drawln the th train failed to maintain maintainthe maiblnthe maintainthe
the steam on the run Instead of keeping keepingup keepingup keenIngup
up a pressure of 166 64 5 pounds with which whichthe whiehthe whichthe
the engine started startedft it dropped to 95 9 pounds poundsEngtae poundsI poundsEngine
Engine IltIIe 843 which vrhichpuiled > pulled the train is is of ofthe ofthe ofthe
I the aiton class with 78inch drivers driversEngineer driyacaEngineer driversEngineer
Engineer Engineer John L I Way who was in incharge Incharge Incharge
charge of o the engine also had charge of ofNo e eNo ofNo
No SS7 which broughjt the train back ack to toBaltimore toBaltimore toBaltimore
Baltimore The return trip was made In Inforty Inf8rt Iaforty
forty f8rt minutes and fifteen seconds and En Engineer Engineer Engineer ¬
gineer Way expressed the belief that rast raster raster lastcc ¬
er time could be made TIle train was wasrun wasrun wasrun
run slow in going out of the Washington Washingtonyards Washingtonyards ashington ashingtonyards
yards for about two miles and in entering enteringthe enterin enterinthe
the yards to Camden Station for a similar similardistance similardistance similardistance
distance The speed was slackened in inpassing ins inposaing
passing s IlI around the curve at Relay RelayAs Rela7As RelayAs
As the grade is heavier on the th > run to toBaltimore toBAltlioore toBaltimore
Baltimore this performance with a six sizcar slxeel sixcar
car train and a light locomotive was re regarded regarded megarded ¬
garded by Mr Adams the designer of the thetran thetran thetran
tran as asery very satisfactory Oa the return returntrip returntrip returntrip
trip some of the miles were made in thir thirtyeight thlrtelght thirtyelght
tyeight seconds Saturday aaether speed speedi speetest speedtest
i test will be xca nae e between Jersey City CII and aadWashington andWuhlJgton andWashington
Washington WashingtonCTTRBENT
I 1 1CURRENT
CURRENT HUMOR
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5h1 SheTee Y s indeed his steeping CHS bn meek ek eat eattie outthe t tthe
the Pullmans every day in the wade 1fteIcAll wadeAll
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meh < usi an n indecent indecenttVelI play playtVeM playWell
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theatre
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mar be b slid srId oosi as he studied the open palm palmIn palmIn peimIn
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never have thought he had been digging c wonaj wenaDo1 wosneDolce wonajDolce
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From From the Indianapolis Jonrael JonraelFreddy l JourneLFreddy = ct ctuFreddr
Freddy tell telLpa pa xi what bat you want t to do lo when wtnyou w wyou whenIOU
you get to be tag man manOh manOlt manOhS
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brotner
For SanitarY Reasons ReasonsFr n ResonsFren a < on onFreon
Fr Freon i the Chicago Post PostI PostI PoetI
I I ont oot understand him lie rererses the usual mnaJrule usualride nan nanrule
rule and openly o n1r asserts that thathe lie > ia ra in polities politieslor palitedror politctfor
for his fcralth fcralthWelL br brWdilit t tWell
WelL Wdilit it you 5OIL analyze th the statement statement thatj th aC aCTight aCYigh1 agiight
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t now ifowso ifowsotShy > r rI rWhy
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dative to b bealth bcshtlzWell Ith IthWeUr 0
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And money mone Is necessary for luxurious living linnsThere liTl liTlThere livingThere
There you have it in a nutshell
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NOTES NOTEs OP THE TilE DAY DAYInecotatlOBs DAYJD DAYInecobtien
InecotatlOBs JD C btloM for the plague pb e are maae made In B m mbaT filmbay au aubay
bay at the rale ef about 5000 a wk wkThe lrotekUniftr5 weekThe
The University ty of Berlin will soon haw tfcrte tfcrteehafcs iluteeIIti rte rtechain
chain af aMhrepology and ethnology etfcsotegyOerroiB etJutoIeuCnma ethnologyGerman
German Cnma SM ft ceespesies ptwita 1I far IS 13 a tea ta1M t tr A AtraHan AIII AIIItraa tes testraaji >
traHan coat e I and fram hem JK ea t Ie JAIl f 9J6 f fw r EagiU EagiUThe tagMTIte Eagihthe
The Prince Prim of Wata Wa still pcnw Mi H Jaw JawtIIOIt r stafl sie5 sie5men i imeat
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tfaeMtddte ike 11144k Teazle TeRtfIIe a wrorfwr ot ywm age ageEnsfand ageEnlnn4 a aEndelMl
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and Preach both messes the TrglMi Ecdi m II IIRee inIieedpt4 Mmkw MmkwIt
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a QilNt WIMH stieibemmed1meand stieibemmed1meandIt ia k cf a1
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Js co Doepl i Ireland the market jBrk prl fS r rbe
knItting a peir inn of sck used te > be see penof penofThe penagsod 1HIf
aM 11 wanes w worked 1erltT be 1Mt 251The ReII ReIIne
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esnoosm MC the minioN of tJBm iwafnn cJua will so seen a exceed fa faAoM InralM heTast
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way r paseenger r tea aM points set t tIii tIiitnKeI 3 3ear
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