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The best bet answer to the te Administrations Administrationsdenial AdmlnlstraUonsdenial Admtntstratlonsdenial
denial that there is a sccret treaty trety of alit alliance al alnnco alitonce ¬
once between England and ad the te United UnitedStates UnitedState UnttcdStates
States State is conveyed In Mr Ir McKlnleys McKlnleysattitude McKInieysattitude Ic eys eysattude
attitude attude toward towad tho HnyPanncefcte HnyPanncefcteTreaty HayPanncefcteTreaty
Treaty Trety That Infamous instrument as ev everybody e ecrbody everybody ¬ I
erybody crbody knows was ws carefully crefuly prepared preare in inLondon inLondon I ILondon
London during durng Mr lr Hannas Hanas trip tp abroad abroadJast abroadlast abroadlast
Jast last year > or with wih three definite defnite purposes puroses in inview InIew inV
view V low The first frt of these was to give life lifeand le leand lifeand
and effect efect to the Clay ClaytnBulwer ClaytonBuiwer tonBui wer Treaty Treatyof
of 1SGO 1SGOIt lSO lSOIt 1S50It
It had bad been ions lon recognized recgize by the Brit British Bri Britisb ¬
ish nd d American Americn foreign foeign offices ofceS that this thisagreement thisageement tbI tbIagreement
agreement ageement had never been actually aclualy in inforce inforce inforce
force owing to the crime of the negotia negotiator neota neotator negotiator ¬
tor on the part prt of the United Unite States Sttes in inconcealing incO InconcIIng
concealing cO elng from th t the Senate Sete a s Hret cret pro provision prov provialon ¬
vision v ion which it i known would ould have ht1e led ledto le ledto
to rejection rejecton Yet the ClaytonBulwer ClaytonBulwerTreaty ClaytonBuhverTreaty ClaytonBuiwerTreaty
Treaty furnished and still stl furnishes the theonly theonly theonly
only color of obstruction obstructon to the building buildingof buiding buidingor
of an exclusively American Amercn interoceanic interoceaniccanal intoroceanlccanal interoceaniccanal
canal hence it I was considered conidere necessary necessaryto necOsary necOsaryto
to make it operative operte The second object objectof objector objectof
of the HayPauncefote Treaty was WIS to dis disestablish disestablih disestablish ¬
establish establih the te Monroe Doctrine in the In Interest Interest interost ¬
terest terest of some joint design deig which hlch Mr MrMcKinley llr llrlcKinley MrMcKInley
McKinley and ant Lord Salisbury Salsbury have in inview Inview Inview
view but which has not yet been bn canOe confided cnf canOeo1 ¬
ed e to the country countr The third thir was wa to t pro promote promote promote ¬
mote the purposes PUrOe of an American Amern syndi syndicate S1OI S1OIcte syndicate ¬
cte cate which had obtained obtal a ground groled floor op option opton opLion ¬
Lion ton on the te Panama Paom Canal Canl swindle svicdlTh s4Idl s4IdlTh swindleThe
Th Th The position plUen cf a Mr Ir Henna Hena Mr McKln McKlnlay McKInley IKln IKlnI
lay I and an their Uelr Now ow York and an Lou Louden wn wnd Losden ¬
d den associates te in respect rept of those thosethings tlae tlaettln tkethings
ttln things it perfectly rfeety well wel known There are areno ar arD areno
no D Hluskms regarding their views vle or stake stakeIn stakeIn
lu se sein
In the te matter mter Therefore Therfore it i was natural naturalthat ntrl ntrlt naturalthat
that t t when whe Senator SOtor Morgan OrD xve ve notice noi to tothe t totk
the I tk Administration Admlnltlrtkm that ot the te Democratic Democraticminority Drt1c Drt1cminiy Democraticminority
minority miniy in the Senate Snte would attempt attpt to tohave t tohave
have hav the CtevfonBulwer iniquity Inlquit abrogat abrogated ob abroatad t ¬
ed 0 the th President Preident should shl turn paer paerthan Jaer Jaerthan aer aerthan
than usual ucun and send word to all al the thecreatures t thecreatures e ecreture
creatures creture ot the machine mchl and an the te trust trustthat trust truststhat
that that they the must fight f t tooth toh and aD nail II against againstso aginst aginsts
s so American Amercn a proposition propositionWhat p prn osltlon osltlonVhat ton
What the th result reult of the movement emut and the thecampaign thecainpeign
al te tecmpign
campaign cmpign against agalDt It It may be b we shall le lebettor Leboter iebettor
bettor boter able abe to determine detelletomoro determinetomorrow tomorrow than tbantoday taa taatolay thantoJay
today tolay In a general generl sense sRl the te situation 1uatt is iswhat iswhat iswhat
what it has been ben for weeks wels The twenty twentyslx twent twentsix twentysx
six sx Demucrus Democrats in the Senate Sente have IQ it la latheir laheir istheir
their heir power pwer to cremate cremte the remains remIns of tie tieClaytonBulwer U e eClaytonBulwer
ClaytonBulwer ClaytonBulwer Treaty Trey to abort abrt the Hay HayVaunccfote Hayunefote flayFauncefote
Vaunccfote unefote wickedness wlckcDel and an to make mke the theAmerican tie tieAmorlcn theAmerican
Amorlcn American canal cnal proposition propiton a success fUCCC by byinsisting byinsistng byinsisting
insisting insistng that there shall shal bt bt b a square suae re reord reord reord
ord vote ote on the Nicaragua Xlcrgul Canal Cnal bill bi if ifCongress i ifCongress
Cong Congress has to sit until unU November NovemberTue Sonmbr SonmbrThe NovemberThe
The Fugitive Fulhe Atkeil Ask kecl to Hetnrn HetnrnI ReturnIt HetnrnIt
It I is a matter mater of genuine public puiIc Interest Interestexcept interot interotexcept Interestexcept
except except perhaps prhap to the person prson who has hasmost ha hamost hasmost
most at risk rls in the te promisee premiss that a num number number numbet ¬
ber of leading leding Republicans Republcns in Kentucky Kentuckyaro
aro demanding of Taylor that If he wishes
to be a candidate cndidate for the Governorship Gverorshlp h hshall he heshal heshall
shall shal return retur and stand trial under the in indictment Indictment Indlctment ¬
dictment charging him as an accessory to tothe tothe tothe
the murder muder of the late Governor Goebel GoebelThis Gobel GobelTis GoebelThis
This Tis situation sluat n seems to develop the fact factthat factthat factthat
that his party friends at home have con considerable cn cnsiderble considerable ¬
siderable siderble confidence cnfdence in Taylors innocence innocenceof innoence innoenceof
of the foul charge against aginst him But It Itdoes Itdocs itdoes
does not yet yet appear to what what extent he heshares hesharos heshares
shares that feeling Ceelng We are sorry to say saythat saytat saythat
that tat among all al the circumstances whichhavo which whichhave hlch hlchhave
have seemed seeme to cast ct suspicion upon the theeminent theeminent theeminent
eminent fugitive fuglte from justice justce his own ac actions actons actlons ¬
tions tons have have told most against aginst him Tay Taylors Taylors Taybrs ¬
lors whole conduct coaduct since the assassina assassination assassin assassinatlon ¬
tion ton although altough it really roly may have been the theresult te teresult theresult
result result of conscious innocence has been beenthat beenthat beenthat
that of a man who was not at nt all al con convinced convinced convinced ¬
vinced that he was not guilty giy before dur during during durlog ¬
ing and ad after afer the fact factIf fact factIf
If I surrender to the law is to be made n dc a acondition aconditon acondition
condition conditon precedent preoent to Taylors nomination nominationto
to the Governorship Goerorhip of Kentucky we bave bavemuch nave navemuch ave avemuch
much reason reson for thinking thinking that tat be will willforego willforego I
forego foreo the honor He may or may not notknow nt notknow
know how strong srong a case cle the Common Commonwealth Common Commontvealth ¬
wealth welh has ha against him He certainly certinly does doesknow dos dosknow doesknow
know how ho strong stong a case ce it it would be pos poscible poselble posslble
cible to make mae if all nI the facts were before beforethe beore beorethe beforethe
the Attorney Atorey General Generl But at at least lest Tay Taylor Taylor Thylot ¬
lor Is s awaro of what what his former stenog stenographer stenographer stenographer ¬
rapher Youtsey Youty could toll tel and also that thatYoutsey thatYoutsey thatYoutsey
Youtsey has made what Is believed beJeed to be bea bea bea
a full ful confession confessionIn confeson confesonIn
In these circumnce circumstances we are ar not ready readyto rey reyto readyto
to believe belee that hat Taylor will wi return retur to Ken Kentucky Kentuoky Kentucky ¬
tucky unless unles carried carIed there by force and andsuch andsuch andsuch
such a thing is unlikely unlkely as n long as Gov Governor Governor Governor ¬
ernor Mount of Indiana Indiaa is disposed dispose td tdextend tdextend teextond
extend the sincere flattery fate of imitation Imitton to toIlls tohs tolila
Ills hs betters bter and defy the Constitution Consiuton In Inrefusing Inrefusing inrefusing
refusing to t give up refugee nssseslns nssseslnsArt ur8slnsArt neceslnzArt
Art In Schools SchoolsSome Selooil SelooilSome SchoolsSome
Some philanthropic phianthropic people in New York Yorkare Yorkare Yorkare
are begging beging the te public publc for money to frame framepictures frae fraeplcturcs framepictures
pictures for the schools Fifty Fity large lare un unt unfrcd enfrared
t frcd frared rar cd photographs of Niagara Niagra Falls Fnls have havebeen havcbeen havebeen
been given g1en to tho Art Committee Commitee of the thePublic thePublc thePublic
Public Publc Education Edueton Association Associaton Ass clation for use use in inthe Inte inthe
the te public publc schools The committee commitee wants vrantsone wat wantsone
one hundred dollars dolar with wIt which to pay payfor payfor payfor
for the te frames framesWith frmes frmesWih framesWith
With Wih all nl due respect respect to school schol commit committees commlttees committees ¬
tees there Is i no educational eductonal notion noton that thathas tat thathas
has been worse abused than thanthlsone this one The Theoldfashioned Theoldfnshloned Theoldfashioned
oldfashioned schoolhouse scholhouse did did not have havepictures haeplcttrcs haveplcttrcs
pictures plcttrcs It had maps and blackboards blackboardsand blackboars blackboarsand blackboardsand
and that was all al It I did not always a1ays have haveeven haveeven haveeven
even shades shades to the windows which wasbad was wasbad
bad because becuse occasionally occsionaly the eyes eye of the thepupils thepupIs thepupils
pupils pupIs were injured by their being obliged obligedto oblged oblgedto
to study in a full ful glare of sunlight sunlightThe sunlght sunlightThe
The Te modern moern school 1103 pictures plct1 es of all allsorts aUsorts allsorts
sorts of things thigsIandscpesand thingslandscapes landscapes and flowers flowersand fower flowersand
and and people and andanlal animals Some Sme of them themare themare themare
are good goo and some ot them tem arevery very verybad verybad verybad
bad Many May of them tem are ar framed frmed more or orless orless orless
less expensively expenslvcy Sometimes Smetmes the to pupils pupilslook pupis pupislook pupilslook
look at them carefully crefuly but but more often oftenhey oren oreney oftenhey
hey ey do not not Tho human huan mind is i wonder ¬
fully fuJ Ypro1e prone not DC1 to tot noticpjjhlnss nscen seen every everyday ever everday everyday
day and ad most most of these pictures arc not notstriking notstiking notstriking
striking stiking In any way wayThereare wayThcrearo vayThce
Thereare Thce lre two ways ays In which whlca a school schoolroom schol scholrom schoolroom ¬
room rom could be decorated d ccrated BO sou sn to make It Iteducational I Ieucatcal itejiucationnl
educational eucatcal to children chidren froos fro an esthetic estheticpoint esthetc esthetcpoint estheticpoint
point point of view If I tho room rom could culd be e fres frescoed frescoe frczcoed ¬
coed coe or hung with wih pictures so that it itwould Itwould itwould
would look lok less like lke a schoolroom scholrom than thanlike lhanUe than1ile
like an apartment in some rich ric persons personshouse personshouse personshouse
house it would train trin the childs chids eye to toappreciate tonpprocte toappreciate
npprocte appreciate harmonious haronlous and beautiful teautful dec decorations decortons dccorations ¬
orations ortons But that tal would cost cost considers considerably consider considersbly ¬
bly more money than tan the ta average school schoolboard schol scholber schoolboard
board ber has h to spend and it I might eight better beler be bespent hospent
spent 8 nt in somo other way which whic would give givelarger givelarger givelarger
larger and more direct results resuls With Withchildren Withchidren Withchildren
children chidren a direct influence for for good gd is isworth Iswort isworth
worth wort forty Cort subtle subte roundabout roundabout ways of ofshaping ofshaping ofshaping
shaping their minds mindsThe mindsTe mindsThe
The Te best way to decorate the te average averageschoolroom averae averaeshoolroom averageschoolroom
shoolroom schoolroom would be b to make it look lookJust lokJust loakjust
Just Just what it Is 1a Isa a room devoted deo d to useful usefulknowledge usefulknwledge usefulknowledge
knowledge knwledge The furniture and coloring coloringshould coloringshould coloringshould
should be as a far as possible voslbe tasteful and andharmonious ad adhamonious andharmonious
harmonious hamonious but plain the simpler the thebetter thebtter thebetter
better btter There Tere is too to much muc filigree fUghat fUghatoldfashioned filigreewhat filigreewhatoldfashioned what whatoldfashioned
oldfashioned carpenters carpenter call cal gingerbread gingerbreadwork glngelbread glngelbreadworkbout gingerbreadworkabout
work workbout about most American Amrcn architecture architectureand aiecture aiecturead architectureand
and ad furniture urlture Then Ten if i there are ae to tl be bepictures beIcturs bepictures
pictures Icturs let le them be euch 6ch as will wt take takeInstant lke lkelutnt takeInstant
Instant lutnt hold bod on the te childs chlds attention attenUc Let Letthem Lt Ltthembepertrltsot Letthem
them thembepertrltsot be beportraitsot portraits of famous men menbood good like likenesses lie lieneser likenessesor ¬
nesses neser nessesor or copies of f tome famous fnmus painting paintingcontaining paintng paintngcnblnlng paintingcontaIning
containing cnblnlng fgre figures or faces About the most mostunpromising moatunpromlslng mostunpromising
unpromising subject subjet for a schoolroom sholrom pic picture picture plcture ¬
ture is a landscape ladcpe A photo photorph photoraph Taph of NI NIagara Nlagar NIagara
agara agar gives give very ver little lte more Idea Ide of the thereal te terol thereal
real rol aspect npet of the place than a picture in ina ina Ina
a geography gehy But a fine fne photograph of ofthe ofthe f fthc
the Sistine Sistne Madonna or Renoufs HelpLs HelpLsHand UEpLg UEpLgHnd I1 lpLg lpLgHand
Hand Hnd will wi give an impression Impreion which no noschcolbook noschcabook noschoolbook
schoolbook schcabook is likely to effect efect In the flit firitcase ft ftcse flitcase
case cse thcchlld ttechld will wt learn to recognize reconize the ap appearance appernce appenranee ¬
pearance pernce and feel the te soltmri tollmI beauty beuty of ofone orone ofone
one of the great pictures of the world worl In Inthe Inthe Inthe
the second seond it I will wU be shown a charming charmingportrait charmingportt charmingportrait
portrait portt by a painter whose name nte they theyought theyou theyought
ought ou ht to t know In the third case c an n idea Idoawill Ido ideaivili
will wl bo b given of o the costume of tho French Frenchpeasant rrenchpOnt Frenchpeasant
peasant pOnt and the pootic pootc thought thught of the te pie picture pleture pieture ¬
ture will wU reach roh the te childs chilIs mind Such Suc pie pictures pic pieterra ¬
terra lure as a these cannot cann t fail fal to attract atrct the theattention theattenton theattention
attention attenton of even eve Ae te ie youngest yongest They Tey an anbeautiful are arebutiul arebeautiful
beautiful butiul in themselves themMlve and they are in instructive instr instructive ¬
structive str cthe and and a d inspiring And nd this should shouldnot ahouldnot abodenot
not be fOrgotten f rgten the money mney spent spnt should shouldbe sould souldb shouldbe
be b put into the pietires petle pict res not into the theframe thee theframe
frame e and udlnto into a few fe flue fD pictures pture rather ratherthan rater raterthan ratherthan
than many Jny poor pr one oneThe oe osies osiesThe
The Th American Amen public pbi needs De education outln in inart Inat inart
art at there Is no D doubt do about abt that tkaLcrde Tte Ttecrude Thacrude
crude crde attempts atemt at creating creatB beautiful lutullllga things thingsmad thingsand
mad 0 some of the tl results rels are hideous h heOugun hideousesoug1istlll hkleouaenough
enough eOugun esoug1istlll still show sw that there th is a a feeling feelingfor telns telnsfo feelingfot
for fo beauty bouty in il the minds ma of o the t people peopleThey peopleThey
They need ne traialog trlBln of the th eye ey and ad band bandand badaodeud snd sndand
and aodeud edueatioB by b observation or of 0 fine tD pic pictures p plctures ¬
tures turE awl al architecture aektotre OH 0 Oee of o the things thingswhich thingswhich
which has b bees bJ most mt neglected alete M K the thesmall thesml thesmall
small sml amount of o art in till UllaeeluKry ceaatry whichcan which whichcaa hlck hlcke
can e be b called cle indigenous ili The Te colonial sotonUlfurniture oLI oLIrumUvre colonialfurniture
furniture rumUvre the U Tinmsipim b coverlid e > rIW sews ot otthe ofthe
the ti quilts quit and 30 rugs rup and ad ragcarpet rgCr and andembroidery adembroiders 1
embroidery emre which used to t be b HMtiufa HMtiufatured lufa lufatar msdufa3tnted
tured tar in tfci5 d tti country c were wre really rely beset beautiful but besetEel ¬
Eel but trae tl models m are disappearing disappearingThey dlprRg dlprRgTiey diasppearhegThey
They Tiey ought oft to t be b preferred prfene The Th art of ofMng 0 0mkl omaking
mkl making Mng Indian Indt blankets bket and aB pottery pt should shouldnot sld sheutJnot
not n be b lot 1 The T countrywomen CBtoe of o New XewBagtaad NewPg1and ew ewso
Bagtaad so and an the Middle cle West Wet could cl easily easily6a oUy oUytaugt easilya
6a a taught taugt to t make exquisite wqlte lace Iee and a em embroidery emboider cmbroldery ¬
broidery boider and an thereby therey earn 0r their t r pin irtnaonoy pn pnJe pinmoeey
aonoy Je Instead in of leaving hone I hocs to g g go into intothe Int Intothe
I the C shops op It I wo wld would W be b worth t the t while whil of ofsome ofa ofzae
some a philanthropist pblathroat to give gif this thi matter matterattention mttr mttratenUo matterattention
attention attentionMr atenUo atenUorncle attentiontucle
rncle Sam as a a Yachtszssan YachtszssanMr neltsrunn neltsrunnIr
Mr Ir McKlaley has h conferred cnfee a subaLaltel subaLaltelbenefit lubatll lubatllnet subetntfellneflt
benefit net upon p the country cn in his hi nomination nominationOt nolBaUon nolBaUonJ
J Ot 0 > the he yacht eb broker bker Hazel to t the te United UnitedStates UnitedStates
States Stt district dsrit lstrIct beach bch If I this ti distinguished distinguishedname dl
name had never been bc seat at to the te Senate Seate it itis ItI itIs
is I doubtful doubful if the transport trQspt scandals oal of the theSpanish te teSpis theSjnisk
Spanish Spis war would have been bn adequately adequatelyaired adeltely adeltelyaire adequatelyaired
aired aire before bfore the Presidential Peidenal election elei A Ait AI Azs Azsit
it I is Hazels Hazel connection nntO with wit the te sale sle of ofthe ofte ofthe
the te yacht Enquirer Enuirr to the Government Goenment has hasserved hl hlsred hasserved
served sred the pious purpose pnr of digging dlgu up 1 the thewhole thewhole thewhole
whole matter and the country cuntr Is likely lkey t treceive b breelvo treceive
receive reelvo much illumination luml1ton in consequence consequencebetween cnsuence cnsuencebetween consequencebetween
between now nw and next autumn autumnThe autumn autumnThe
The press here hee and nd there thee is beginning beinning to totake t totake
take an active and 1 intelligent interest in
the te subject subject Te The rne isunaio Bufalo Buffalo tjcpres Epr Express today todaydevotes tay taydeotes today todaydevotes
devotes five fe columns column of news space spce and and andstring a astirring astirring
stirring string editorial etoral to the achievements achieveent of its itsfamous it Itsfamous
famous townsman and to the brokers brkers and andpoliticians andpoltcians andpoliticians
politicians poltcians generally generly who wo enriched enriche them themselves themsela themselves ¬
selves sela out out of the th eighteen egh een million mUlon dollars dollarsspent dolar dolarspent dollarsspent
spent by the Navy a Department and au auunascertained auunascerlned anunascertatned
unascertained unascerlned hut liberal lberl sum su expended expendedby expende expendedby
by the te War Department Departent for secondhand secondhandyachts seondhand seondhandchts secondhandyachts
yachts chts tugs tu tanks and tubs tubs The Ex Express Expres Express ¬
press pres calls els attention ntenton to the fact that tat one oneof oneor oneof
of these thoe boats bat bought from fr J Pierpont PierpontMorgan PIeront PIerontlorn PierpontMorgan
Morgan lorn cost the Government Gvernment two hundred hundredand hundredad hundredand
and ad twentyfive twentyfve thousand thousnd dollars dolar It rather rathrrseems rth ratherseems r rseems
seems to t insinuate that this tis amount wasperhaps wasperhaps was wasperhaps
perhaps a a hundred thousand more than the theyacht theycht theyacht
yacht ycht had cost cot the te seller leIer But we e do not notfancy notfancy notfancy
fancy that Morgan rorn roIan reaped reped any such harvest harvestIt harvest harvestIt
It I would edify ediy us to know what he really reallydid rely relydid reallydid
did get get and whu absorbed abrbed the remainder remainderSimilarly reminder reminderSimiarly remainderSimilarly
Similarly Simiarly Hannas Hlnnas brother brter had ha a pleasure pleasurevessel plesure plesurevessel pleasurevessel
vessel up on the te lakes lake called cle the te Comahche ComahcheIt Com ComncheIt chp chpI
It I is i reported repore that the nation naton paid him himone himone himone
one hundred hundr and fifteen ffee thousand dollars dollarsfor dolar dollarsfor
for this craft ert It I is I also ao hinted hinte that tht the theprice theprce theprice
price prce was w anywhere from sixty to seventy seventyfive 5eentyfe seventyfive
five fe thousand dollars dlar above abe cost cct certainly certainlythe certinly certinlythe certainlythe
the first frt figure fgure above market marke value valueCongress vlue vlueCongres valueCongress
Congress Congres should not na foil fal to press pres for a amost amdat amoat
most mdat careful creful statement sttement in detail del1 of the thedistribution te tedistrbuton thedistribution
distribution distrbuton and destination destnlon of that fifty fiftymilliondollar fy fymUndndolar fiftymlliidndollar
milliondollar mUndndolar emergency fund rund If I the full fulltruth ful fulltruth
truth trth were known know there would be sensa sensational sensatonal sensatlonai ¬
tional tonal reading ceIng to the te testimony tetmony whicn whicnmight whlcamight whicamight
might might be taken tken before a committee committeeWhen commitee commiteeen committeeWhen
When en the appropriate Congressional Congressionalcommittee Congressionalcommitee Congressionalcommittee
committee commitee gets around aroud to it i there would wouldbe wouldbe wouldbe
be much sense in examining cmlnlng under oath oaththe othte oaththe
the te former foner owners owner of the te old 011 hulk Merrt Merrtmac Merrimac ler
mac sunk unk by Sampson Samprn at the mouth mout ot otSantiago otSantago otSantiago
Santiago Santago Harbor Harbr They TheJ should seuld be made madediscose to todisclose tadisclose
disclose discose the to name of the middleman middlema In Inthe Intho inthe
the transaction trnscton and how much he deduct deducted deducted ¬
ed 0 from frm the selling sclng price prce by way of com commission commIsIon coinmission ¬
mission missionThe mIsIon mIsIonTe missionThe
The Te prospect propect seems seem to be b growing that thatthe thatthe hat hatthe
the Powers wl will have to Interfere In China ChinaThe ChinaThe ChinaThe
The Dowager Empress Epre Is 1 degrading deging and andpunishing andpunishing
punishing puishing all nI officials ofcIals who attempt atempt to sup suppress suppres suppress ¬
press pres the Boxers Boxerand and no longer longe makes makesany maes maesay makesany
any ay pretence of concealing concelng her sympathy sympathywith sympaty sympatywit sympathywIth
with wit their movement movement The result resul Is an anarchy anarhy anarchy ¬
archy arhy and the greatest getest mpnace mnrse nae to the In Interests inleret Interests ¬
terests leret 9 ol 0 civilized ch1lzed nations natons and their cltl cltlFrom citizeaL ii iizens
zens zeaL
CroS Croasiip the Xanu Famous us Dower Boivcry BoivcryFrom
From Frm the New Se York JUil i and Express ExpressPeople Ep EpPele ExpressPeople
People Pele seldom sdom walk across a the Bowery JJe ncwa ncwadajs ncwadais
dais da s As A a general jeerl thing tn they thtJ put aside n9dl their theirdignity theirdi theirdignity
di dignity t and d run rn front frn curb cb to t curb crb in zizzag zg
faon fashion dodging dog under uncr the te nose noe of a horse hor dart dartIng dar dartlag
lag In across aC the bows bs of a car C1 makipG ukir a flying fying leap leapacross lep lepl leapacross
across the gutter and landing I tin the e opposite oppositesidewalk oppositesidewalk i
sidewalk = l lbri breathless ab but t tI safe1 safe Ad A l the t middle mi of ofthe ofthe i ite
the te street st is i taken te up by h fouij fou trolley troUe tracks trc the thetrucks thetrcl thetrucks
trucks trcl and vrajcaj on are ar crowded cde toward either eithercurb eithercurb
curb crb and it i takes bkc a i pedestrian t au with wih good rood nerrcs nery eter etercrb
to make mke his hi way across p without being bln g forced forc into intoarun intoarea
area arunA a r I
A reporter nrerdinw riding ridingdown down the Bowery Bower In a car Cr the theother theothe theother
other othe momma momim saw sw ninety persons peon cross c the te thor thoroughfare thoroughtare ¬
toro torooUJhful
oughfare oUJhful In six s blocks blok Of these te ninety nntT seventy lntr
ran fair tir speed se while whie the te remaining reining twenty twety walk walked wk wke walked ¬
ed e as fait wt fastas as tei their dignity dlitJ would permit pnni
Confident Con d nt UIntFrJellIn FatFrlerM FatPriersIn in the Man Manufacturers Manufacturers an anufacturer ¬
ufacturers ufacturer Club at at Philadelphia Phladelphla Saturday Saturdaya Saturday Saturdayn
a Times Tmes representative representtve heard some very veryconfident verycIndent veryconfident
confident cIndent predictions predictons of Mr r McKlnlcys McKlnlcysreelection McIlleys McIlleysreelecton McKInleysreelection
reelection reelecton by popular ppular and electoral electorl ma majorities maJorites majorities ¬
jorities Jorites considerably larger than tan those tose of of1S3C ofiS9G ofispo
1S3C iS9G The Te membership membrhip of the Manufactu Manufacturers 1lanufactu 1lanufacturer Manufactutorn ¬
torn rer Club represents a large part of the theRepublican theRepublcn theRepublican
Republican Republcn strength strengh In the nation naton The Thename Thenae Thename
name nae of the organization orgnizton indicates Indlctes the thedominant t thedominant
dominant character of its is membership memberhIp It Itwas I Itwas
was wa In this club that the fntfrylag Cafrlg was wasdone wasdone wasdone
done by Mr Quay Mr Wanamaker and andothers 2ndothers andothers
others for tho Harrison Harris campaign cpaig fund fundTho tnd tndTe fundThe
The Te members of the club have always alwaysbeen alwys alwysbe alwaysbeen
been be n liberal Iber contributors cntributor to the Republi Republican Republ flepubllcan ¬
can cn campaign cm algn funds This year yer however howeverthey howevertey howeverthey
they tey probably probably will wt refuse reUe to respond in inthe Inthe inthe
the usual liberal Iborl manner to the demands demandsof
of tho party managers mnDager for cash One of ofthe ofte ofthe
the te leading members member of the te club explained explainedIt explainedI
It I In this tis way You see for thirty tiry years yearsor yearsor yearsor
or more the tariff tarif Issue has h s been upper uppermost uppermost uppermost ¬
most in the campaigns cmpaigs for the Presidency Presidencyand Presidencyand Presidencyand
and Congress In the Dingley Dngley tariff tarlf tari we wehave wehave wehave
have all in that tat line lne we want want The Te Sen Senate Senate Senate ¬
ate will wil be Republican Republc for at 1 ast four fouryears teuryeas fouryears
years yeas and maybe six si years nerefore nereforewe beretorewe bereforewe
we are not apprehensive apprhenslvc of advbrse adnre tariff tarifflegislation trln tarifflegisiation
legislation Iegisloton within that netted verfo Even if ifthe Uthe itthe
the next wo Houses should be over overwhelmingly overwhelminly overwhelminEly ¬
whelmingly Democratic Democratc the te tariff trf rates ratescould rtes rtescould ratescould
could be
not disturbed Besides Besidesthis Besidesthis Besidesthis
this comfortable feeling fClng of secur security securiy scourity ¬
ity iy on the te legislative legilatve end of the theproposition thePrpositon thepropositIon
proposition Prpositon we e are confident confdent Mr lr Mc McKinlcy McKinley Ic IcKinley
Kinley can be triumphantly lriumphanty reelected reelectedwithout reelectedWIthout reelectedwithout
without our assistance The Te Republican Republicanparty Republcan Republcanpary Republicanparty
party pary was wa never better beter organized orgnized than at atpresent a apreent atpresent
present preent nor was there ever more thor thorough thorough thorough ¬
ough harmony In the rank rak and file fle of the theparty theparty
party My Ily business correspondence correspondencebrings correpndence correpndencebrings correspondencebrings
brings me Into communication communicaton with 1ith erery ererysection ery erysecton erysection
section secton of the country countr and In sp s speaking < akinc akin akinthus
thus I am only reflecting refectng the v ev e1s es s of my mycorrespondents mycorrespondent mycorrespondents
correspondents correspondent Of course curse the managers managersof DJmager nittnagerzof
of of Mr Ir McKinlcys campaign cmpaig will vm need needmoney nee needmoney
money mone I am aware that tht we bae not yet yetreached yctrached yetreached
reached rached that that Ideal condition cnditon in our poll polltics pl polltics
tics tc when money and lots of it it is not notneeded notneeded notneeded
needed to win elections electons But the manu manufacturers manufacturers manefacturors
facturers will wl not have to stand stnd the bur burden burden butden ¬
den of the te expense epense this tis year We have
discussed dicusse this subject subject very ver frankly f nkly with wit
Mr 1lr Hanna and and other oter gentlemen gnteme who will w1 willmanage
manage the te campaign cmpaig and they under understand understand
stand our attitude attude Hence lence they wi will look lookto lookto lookto
to other quarters qparter for their campaign cmpalg fund fundThe fun fundThe
The manufacturers manfacturers now have a chance to torest toresl torest
rest and recuperate recuperte The fat al will wi have to
be time tme timeharmony fried frie out of some other oter interests interet this thistime thistme thistime
Harmony InrrlonT In Xcvr cu Yorlc YorlIemocratc YorlIemocratcDatonl Yorkpemocratic YorkpemocraticnatIonal Democratic Democraticnational
Datonl national leaders leders who have hvclde made a careful carefulInvestigation creful crefulineUgton carefulInvestigation
Investigation ineUgton into Int the conditions CnditoD in New NewYork NewYork W WYork
York during the past pt few days day ar ar are confi confident cnf coafident ¬
dent that t the utmost harmony harmoy will wU prevail prevailat preoUat prevailat
at the State Stt CbaveaUoB CoUo tomorrow torow for the theelection te teeleioa theelection
election eleioa of delegates deegate to t Kansas KD City Ciy Every Everys Ee Ever7sign
s 9g sign gn indicates Indicte that tlat the HOB HO David Dvid Ben Be Bennett
nett nt Hill H1 has bs removed remoe his hi war wr paint pint and andcome an andcome
come eme into ino the reservation rcenUO It I will m be b au auedifying Id noedifying
i elylag edifying spectacle eht when wl Hill HU speaks Ik OBU OBUvotes Q8 Q8voe osuvotes
votes voe for instructions iDnut1o for Bryan Br and a tb tll this thisit s sit
it I fe h I predicted pele is I what wbt he will wi do d It Itmay I Itmay
I may be b that he will wi attempt atept to t lead le a re revolt revt ravolt
volt vt against a the t Chicago Chicg platform pUc bat bt it itIs Itil itis
Is il thought togft that tha he h will il r rt H Bare a I large largefollowing lare larefoI1 largefollowing
following foI1 It I Is regarded rer in 13 probable be that thata tt tta
a resolution will be adopted mildly calling
rutin wI b acopte milly clD clDfor
for a modification at Kansas
moifclO Kan City Cty of the theChicago theCig theChicago
Chicago Cig deliverance delvernc but b as a no harm hrm o can eR be bedone bedone
done dn by this thi course cr the t Bryaniies Draln may my mymke maymake
make mke that concession ceD to Hill nU at home hoe only oi oito
to run rn over ove him roughshod rPh in 1 the tb National NationalConvention NationalConvention atll atllCODventl
Convention CODventl if I he gets get too to gay gy la brief briefthe bfthe btfthe
the situation stlUo in Nets e York seem Sfm to t DO DOmuch 1 n nsnuck
much muh more mre to t the liking 1klng of o the majority majoritywas majorityof
of the pty party leeN leaders 18 WHioO Washlopton tas tasw thaa thaawas
was w even eve hoped hpe for a w wIt WHJ weec 0 or te ten day days ago agoI agoIt
It I seems sms certain crtin that ta the te last 118t vestige vee of se serious s sorious ¬
rious rius opposition eppIUon to to Mr r Brynn B1o and a the plat platform platform platform ¬
form he wants wBt to run oa 0 has Mi nsa been b destroy destroyed dey deyc ¬
ed c and that tht the Nooses Kens City Ciy Convection Convectionwill Coeveettoawill
will wil be b almost amo as harmonious bri as was wa the tberecent t therecent
recent ret ec e iventkw ventl in Mr r Bryans Brns > wn D State Statewhich Stte Sttewhleh Statewhich
which etcted e te delegates deegte to t Kansas Iaus City CityIH Ciy CiyI Cityis
IH I Admiral Dewey Dewe Will XVIIIInKf Iln In Admim Admired Admi Admiral ¬
red m Dewey Deey starts s on o his hi second HDd Western Westerntrip W Westerntrip
trip tip tomorrow toorrO evening eveing accompanied aeepnle by byMrs byIr byMrs
Mrs Ir Dewey aad a ate Il personal prl and aD official officialstaff onl onlstf odldalstaff
staff stf The Te Admiral Admirl will wn vijh in the th order ordernamed orer orerne ordernonied
named ne Columbus Columl Ohio Ohi and a Grand GrB Rapids Rapidaand Rpd3 Rpd3and Rapidsand
and Detroit Dotoit Mich nch He will wl make brief briefstops biet bietsos briefstops
stops sos at various vriou intervening Interenigg places ples to re retolve rerelve
tolve the tht homage homge of the people ppl It I has hasalways hasalways
always been bn my ambition abiton to serve the thecountry thecountr thecountry
country countr In I whatever whtever way wy It 1 desires dcr said ealdAdmiral saidAdmiral
Admiral AdmIrl Dewey to t a newspaper newspper Interviewer Interviewerlast Intriewer Intriewerlat interviewerlast
last lat night From this tis remark it is being beinginferred beinginfered beinginferred
inferred infered that that the Admiral Admirl will wi not no refuse refusethe refusethe refusethe
the Vice Vle Presidential Pldenta nomination nominaton If It Is Istendered Istendered
tendered him by the Kansas City Conven ¬
tion to From Iom a source Sure that is reliable riable it I ia ialearned I islearned I
learned lened that ht Admiral Admir Deweys DOeys first frt thought thoughtin
in relation relaton to politics poltc at present is the theabsolute te teawlute theabsolute
absolute awlute necessity neessIty for a change chge at the head headof head headof headof
of the Government Government In other words wors he heis heI heis
is I convinced that Mr Ir McKinley Is not the theman themn theman
man mn to safeguard sfegard and an administer aminie the te na nations natons nations ¬
tions tons new responsibilities resnslbUte The Te logic of ofthis oft11 ofthis
this t11 situation siuation is that tht if I in its It wisdom wisom the theparty te teparty theparty
party with which he has ha allied aUe himself himselfselects himsel himselfselects
selects selet another anoter leader Admiral Admir Dewey de desiring d dsiring desiring ¬
siring to aid to the full Cul limit lmit of his power powerand per perand powerand
and influence infuence in bringing brngng about nbut a 1 change changeat chage chageat
at the White Whie House House will i1 accept ept the second secondplace seond seondplce secondplace
place plce on the thl th ticket tcket if I his party paty assigns assignshim nssignshIm sslgnshim
him to that position pion That the Admiral Admiralhas AdmIrl AdmIrlha Admiralhas
ha has devoted much careful carul thought to poll politics pl polltics ¬
tics tic is evidenced Cldl nce by another expression expressionwhich exrssion exrssionwbich expressionwhich
which he authorized authorize his interviewer interiewer to toquote toquoe toquote
quote quoe An effort efrt said he has hai been beenmade bjn bjnmade keenmade
made to show that I announced annonced my mYfllng mYfllngnes trilling trillingness willingness
ness nes to accept acept the office the te Presidency Presidencywithout Pesidenc Presidencywithout
without consultation consultton with wih men who under understood understod understead ¬
stood stod the political pltcl situation ltuatn and without withoutserious withoutserious withoutserious
serious thought but aa I have stated state this thisis tis tisi thisis
i is absolutely asolutely without ihout foundation foundton Ad Admiral Admir Admira ¬
miral mir Deweys latest latest interview Inv Invests L his hissecond hissecond hissecond
second Western trip tp with wih a direct political politicalinterest poldcl poldclInterest polltcalInterest
interest which whic his previous previou tours tor of the thecountry thecountr thecountry
country countr did not not possess psses It I may UY be that thatbefore tht thtbefore thatbefore
before he returns returs to Washington Wahington he will willopenly wi willopenly
openly opnly express exprss a willingness wiiges to go on the theticket te tetcket theticket
ticket tcket with wit Mr Bryan Bra BraProud BryanA j jA
A A Proud Mnncielte MuncIelteA InneleleA A well wel dressed dressedend dressednnd dressedend
end well wel mannered Hoosier Hosier whoie whot home Is Isin IsIn Isin
in the farfamed trfame town of Muncie tunclestrde tunclestrdethrugh strode strodethrough strodethrough
through thrugh the thecrldor thecorrldors corridors of the te Capitol Cpltol the oth other other other ¬
er day d and proudly prudly proclaimed prolaimed himself himelf tie tieonly theonly e eonly
only Republican Republcan of that t1at community communiy who whobad whohad whobad
bad never asked for an office ofce I have a aright aright aright
right right to feel puffed pufed up over this said sid he heto heto beto
to a Times reporter I am not ashamed ashamedof ahaed ahaedof
of any of my townsmen tcwnmennot tewnamennot not even Neely Neelybut Neelybut eeIy eeIybut
but but then I am especially e elaly proud of my m own ownunique ownunIque ownunique
unique distinction distncton You sec se there are five fiveor fc fcor fiveor
or six hundred Muncieltes Munceles stuck away in inthe inthe inthe
the Government service srice and ad three tre or four fourthousAiid fourthousaid
thousAiid thoud others oter who are on the waiting waitinglist waitng waitnglst waitinglist
list lst The Te salaries slares paid annually annualj to Muncie Munciepeople Muirelepeople lunc luncpeople
people by the te Government Goernent aggregate aggre te con considerably cn cnslderbly coasiderably ¬
siderably slderbly more than tha a million milon dollars dollarsDont dolar dollarsDont
Dont think tink that this Federal Federl oflica ofc craze crazestruck crazestrck crazestruck
struck strck our town tow only during durng the past pa three threeyears threeyear threeyenta
years year Why the great gret Tom Brady Brdy who ran ranthe rnthe ranthe
the Postofllce Department Departent before Perry PerryHeath PerryHeath PerryHeath
Heath scarcely screly was out out of his swaddling swaddlingclothes swaddlng swaddlngclothes swaddlingclothes
clothes introduced the te fashion of o Muncie Munciepeople Munciepeople Munciepeople
people getting gettng into the Government seivico seivicoWhat se3vlceWhat
What Never rever heard eard of Tcm Brady Bry Why Whysakes Whyske Whysakes
sakes ske sakes alive ale man Didnt Didnt you ever everhear everhear everhear
hear of the te star str route rute business busines These Thesesocalled T Thesesocalled e esocaed
socalled frauds in Cuba dwindle Into
socaed frud Cub con contemptible contemptble contemptibIe ¬
temptible temptble petty larceny In comparison comprlton with withthe wih wihthe withthe
the star str route frauds fruQ Muncie Munce was W right rightin rIghtin rightin
in the swim sIm then with both bat feet feet and she shehas s1e s1ehas shehas
has managed malaged to stay sty in pretty prett much ever eversince eYersnce eversince
since snce As A a matter of curiosity curosiy I am going goingto goingt goingto
to t try t to get a complete cocpl te roster roer o Muncie Muncieites Muncleie MuncieItes
ites ie who are now drawing drwing salaried slrii from the theGovernment te teGoverment theGovernment
Government Goverment before I return retur home Ill Il bet betyou betyou betyou
you the list lst Is a a long one ce As A Tsald r I sid said at atfirst atftrst
first ft there are aret it least five fve or six si hundred hundredMuncie hundredMuncie hundredMunco
Muncie people on the tl thq payrolls pyJs o ot Uncle Uncleain
Sam Sami ain
i On Rending Aloud AloudFrocc AloudFrlr AloudFrosa
Frocc Frlr Harpers Pant BazarA Du PantA
A A good scal cal I of time tme now n devoted dvote to t co cotariea cmme commen commentaries
tariea ur acd text t study stud might mght profitably pro lbly be give giveto given givento
to reading rdin the text tt aloud aloud without witut note orcoai orcoairaent vl oneomascot gvn gvnto om ommet
ascot met A work or of art ar slowly sowl disclose Ico its it full fullmeaning fu tuBmeaning
meaning dlto ditsoss nlnl of and cpreen comprehension familiarity famiirty famllia ty with wit it ia i the t first ft con cn
Your newspapers newsp prs Interest me much muchsld mucbsjd muchsaid
said sjd John H Rider ie of Plymouth Pbouth Er Eglmd Eglmdnt gland glandat glandat
at the Shoreham Shoreha this morning They hey are arevery ae aevery arevery
very dissimilar dlSlmUl dtssimllz from Irota rom those to e we liave ve at athome athomQTe athome
home homQTe The mglcan 1fican ican papzrs P3PZr usa US such suchstartling 5uc suchstarUing
startling strtng headlines headlne I oteervcd olered a fjw days daysago darBIgo daysago
ago Igo a New rew YorkTpaper Yr paper with wit a front pate paseheed P31e P31ehend pateheed
heed which apparently aplecynnncunced announced In letters lettersthree letter lettersthree
three tree Inches Iche hlshj igls l Kruger Kuger Dead De d It It was wasnews wasnews wasnews
news that tht concerned concEe me me and ad I purchased purchasedtbe purha d dte
the te paper pper to find fnd that tt an a Insertion Inerton In very veryfine ver verlne veryfine
fine lne print changed change l the sense snse to Ktuger is isreported 1 13reported
reported dead dead You have lve nothing nating In the theStates te teStatC theStates
States StatC which corresponds cresnd to the London LondonTimes Lndon LndonTmC LondonTimex
Times TmC That Is on a eminently respectable respectableand respectableanc
and anc voluminous voluminou journal which prints print a amass amass amass
mass of material materal that tat was news several severaldays soverl soverldys severaldays
days dys before bfore and and which whic sells Eels for thrl thrlpence tri thripence
pence pece or 6 cents cent in your money Our other otherpapers oter oterpapers otherpapers
papers which sell 1 for a la ha penny or or a apenny apenny apenny
penny are smaller cmaler affairs afain but more re recent 1 1cent rtcent ¬
cent la I the to dews re they tey theycontain contain eontn Mr Rldir Rldiris RldJris Ridris
is an electrical electrcl expert exper and ad the Borough BoroughElectrical BOoughElectrcl BoroughElectricaL
Electrical Electrcl Engineer EZgneer of c Plymouth Plyonth He adds addsto addsto dCs dCsto
to his name the initials initals A A M I C CEud CEudI E and tndM andM
M I E E Ho expects to inspect insp t elec electric electic eleetric ¬
tric tic plants nnts and devices delce in America Amerc for his bisown hi hisown
own enlightenment enlghtenmentt With him hIm are travel travelIng trvc travellug
Ing his fellowtownsmen felotwnsmen Charles N Bed Bedford Rd Rdford Badford ¬
ford and Richard Rchar Dingle Dngle Mr Radford Rdord was wasMayor as asMayor s sMayor
Mayor of Plymouth Plyout during the te Queens Quees Ju Jubllee jubiee jubllee
bllee biee in 1800 and 1831 19L 19Llrna 1S91Marina
Marina lrna Sollnas Solna Sonna Sonna of Rose Italy ItalyIs Iy IyI Italyis
Is I a guest at the te Arlington Arlgc Signor Sigor Sonna SonnaIs Snna SnnaII Sonnais
Is a 1 distinguished dIstngished Italian Itlan astronomer atronomer and andcame ad adcame andcame
came to America Americ for the te purpoie Vurle of ob observing obserlng ohserving ¬
serving serlng the < he recent recent solar 811 ellipse e lp3e He ex expresses expre cxpresses ¬
presses pre es Himself nl1C1 as a well pleased ple ed with wih the theresults te teresult theresults
results result of his h investigatIons Inetg ons but antle ante antePtes anUcpates
pates Ptes that nothing nothIg new cr startling strUn has hasbeen b3 hasbeen
been unearthed uncrcd or rather rter untanared un unare by bythe byte bythe
the te phenomeIQ phenomeIQForty phenomenon phenomenonForty a CC CCForty
Forty vessels Tsselswl will sail sai frca fr Seattle Satte for forCape forCape forCape
Cape Nome in the Immediate Immeiate future said saidJ saidJ saidJ
J H Winstead Winsted of Washington Washig tun State Stte at attho atte atthe
the te Raleigh Rleigh this thlsmorning morning moring Each vessel vesselwill vesselwl vesselwill
wl will average averge 500 50 O0 passengers psenger and 800 tons tonsof tonsof tonsof
of freight freIght The Te tariff tarIf is from J75 75 5 to 100 100per 100vl 100per
per vl capita cpit for forpassage passage and for freight frelglt 40 40cents 40ronts 40cents
cents ronts per hundredweight hundredweight Three Tre trips will willpay wl willpay
pay VIY for the entire entre cost csto of these steamers steamersWashington steamer steamersWashington
Washington Washlngonh has been ben developing her min minerals minerl mm mmerals ¬
erals erl in the last two and a half hal years yearsand year yearsnod
and is very vcr prosperous Irsperous Indeed Inde The Te State Statedoes Statedo Statedoes
does do not require rnlre any MY assistance assistnce from frm pbl pblitics pl plle pblitics
itics le or anything Inytlng else to ensure her pros prosperity pr prospority ¬
perity verty Except Ecpt for or the te increased Inclse traffic trafficdue tramcdue trafficdue
due to the te discovery dIsver of gold gld in Alaska Alask her herprogress hervraes herproreas
progress vraes is 1 entirely entiely due to her her own ow re reSir resources resources
sources sourcesSir sourcesSir
Sir John and ad Lady Ldy Ilolden with wih their theirdaughters toir toirdughters theirdaughters
daughters dughters and son se are at the Arlington ArlingtonTheir Arligon ArligonTheir ArlIngtonTheir
Their visit Islt to America Amerc Is merely mer ly a a tour tour of ofpleasure ofvlenure ofpleasure
pleasure vlenure and observation observationWe o observationWe sernton serntone
We e are tired tr of reform reor In Cincinnati Cincinnatisaid Clnclnnat Cincinnatisaid
said J H lL gUftjUo Hsl1o of that lt city cty at the theNational te theNational
XeiODBI National thlsTmorping titm thtaiorng jJI4Je ng Our attempt two twomunicipal twoyear twoyears
year years ago riult reguICi In uter utter faiure failure Te Temytlelpl The Themunicipal I
mytlelpl municipal adminfftratlon ad adminftration ilirton was s Incompetent Incompetentah Incompet Incompett
ah kd t < i meddlesomo meleQi lud und the voters concluded concludedto cOllud
to return ntur tojlthe tothe tcthe old ol oh conditions cndloD and aD tbe tbeold tbeod theold
old ring papyrlp patyti back asnln in
od rng p TrI bk aln power powerYou p1 powerYou
You cannot cnn fonwator C frd ntor uphill u up hl hIl you YOI cannot cannotmake cR cannotmake ot otmke
make mke a government govprnentbeter better than tt n Its It people peopleIf pople peopleif
If I any ay conditions cdll ist exist it I is 1bu because there thereis tte tteIs thereIs
is a demand deand mbem or tbem I refer rfer to the con conditions cn cnditons conditions ¬
ditions ditons cf c municipal life le You Yo may m call callucb c c1lsucti l
bum ucb condlUpDs codlUODsvle coadit1posIle n nttp1 vIIe names D and an Institute Institutereforms IMlte IMlterform institutereforms
reforms rform against agrtthem them but as a certain ortia as asfate n asfate
fate when whe heeure be fpVeseure preseure is reeaeved rve the thesame thesme thesame
same sme old ol eonditCoas erd will wn be b reestaWlsbed reestaWlsbedIt rcebt
It I Is i human umn fa Iaie ja g5e e which wbh will 1 rule nl all f ffairs rrl ffairs
fairs rl in the the3ong Jo ohg c TUB rn ruu and ideals Idel can cn only onlyprevail onlrpv onlyprevail
prevail pv l spaaniodlcally spaaniodlcallyS snOlcly snOlclyS
S D FlUe president prent of the te First Fir Na National Nato National ¬
tional to Baakot33aiBiltca B1otamUlc Ohio and well welltoowa wel wellknown
known kwa in the SaailfchU a M world ord is a a w surt surtat glt gurtattbellbbttt
at attbellbbttt attbellbbtttState the EbbUt EbbUtState Ett EttSte
State Ste Senator Setr J Edward Sn OBrien OBre of ofPcnsacota ofPeDoa ofPensacola
Pcnsacota PeDoa Fla Fla is i registered reglser at the e Metro Metropolitan Metropoiltas Ier ¬
politan Senator Stor OBrien is a good Demo DemoRepresentative Democrat
plt g
cr crat eed wl will b be tke the ne next Congressional CongressionalRepresentative
Representative ReprOentte trict of of the Second Sed Florida For Din District Di Dintrict ¬
trictW trct
W v H Hrels l1Weiis Wells of New ew York Chief Cie Engineer Englaeerof Engaer Engaero
of o the te Southern Soter Railway RUway is registered regtere at atthe ctthe atthe
the Metropolitan MetropolitanNEW MetropolitanNEW IetrUtD IetrUtDNW
Itcclstered lellteled Lot Leter Letters tern May He Recover Uecovcrcd ReeoTtI ReeoTtIed Recovered
ed J I liy y the Senders SendersThe SenderThe SendersThe
The Third Assistant Aslsnt Postmaster Pomaer General Generalis
< is planning planIng an Important Iprt change chne in the themailing te temaing themaIling
mailing maing of registered regerd letters leter Under tha thapresent tho thopresnt th thpresent
present presnt postal psl laws a registered rgl ered letter lettr In Inany Inany inany
any local lol poslofflce potofe can en be b recovered revere by byi bythe bythe
i the sender upon pn the presentation preantc of the thereceipt thertcelpt thereceipt
receipt rtcelpt which bich he h must endorse enore If I the theletter theletter
letter has left the post postofflce office building and
is I en route to t the point of delivery deler It can cannot c cnot cannot ¬
not be b recovered revere by the sender without withoutthe wIthoutthe withoutthe
the consent OIent of f the he addressee addree This TiS has fcascaused las lascused hascaused
cused caused a great ge deal of trouble trube for the te Third ThirdAssistant Thir ThirdAssistant
Assistant AItt Postmaster Postm er General who must mustas mut mustact
at act 8 as a an arbitator arbitrator In ce cases or dispute disputea dIsputeas
a as in I many mny cases ce the he addressee adr e refuses reus s to tolet tolel tolet
let the letter Iter be b returned returne to the te sender senderUnder senderUnder senderUnder
Under the change cange contemplated cltCplate by Mr MrMadden MrIadden MrMadden
Madden the sender of a a registered letter letterwill letterwl letterwill
will wl be allowed lowed to recover reve the te letter leter at atany atay atany
ay any point pint he may desire deir That Thnt Is I to say sayis sy syIs sayis
is the sender of a registered regisere letter leter wants watts t trecover tv tvrecr turecover >
recover recr his hi letter letter before bor It has bs been de delivered deUered delivered ¬
livered Uered to the addressee addrse he may ay do d so soMr j jMr
Mr Ir Madden says there is no reason reaon why whythis whrtIs whythis
this tIs change chnge should not bo made mde He ar argues arge atgues ¬
gues ge that tat if I the sender of a letter leter can cn re recover r tocover ¬
cover it i before brore It It leaves leave the he poatofflce poatofflcebuilding potomca potomcabuUdinJ postomcabuilding
building he has a right to the letter at
buUdinJ ha a rghl te leter any anypoint anylnt anypoint
point lnt at which he may my want wt it I recalled recalledThe rcaned rcanedTe recalledThe
The Te week new order will wl go Into Int effect efect next nextweek net netweek nextweek
Fraud Orders Asralnst alnt Gnntnv GnltnT Klaver Klaverfor KltTer KltTerf Klnverf
for f r Running RunnlnJ a Lottery LotteryThe Loter LoterThe LotteryThe
The Postmaster General upon the rec recommendation recommeDlaton recommendation ¬
ommendation ommeDlaton of Assistant Asitnt Attorney Ato ey Gen General Ge Geerl Gsaoral ¬
oral erl Tyner TC of the te Postomce Department Departmenthas Depatent Depatenthas
has issued fraud f udorei orders against aginst Gustav GustavKluver Gustv GustvKluver GustavKluver
Kluver of Hamburg Iamb1rg Germany Genany denying denying to tohim tohim tohim
him the te prjvjlese pr 11 e of using the United UnitedStates Unied UniedStte UnitedStates
States Stte malls mallsThe mals malsTe maiisThe
The Te evidence evld6 before the postal pestl authori authorities author authorities ¬
ties showed that t Kluver is
tes showe engaged in inconducting incnductng inconducting
conducting cnductng a lottery loter for or the distribution distributon of ofprizes ofprizes ofprizes
prizes by lot lo or rcance qhance through the mails mailsSTVA mals malss mailsSA
The DevlLol DeviL of of the he Hindoos Jlnd005 and nd His IliaPrincipal Ils Ils1nelpnl HisPrjncipal
Principal 1nelpnl WifeFrom Wife WifeFrom le lerm
From rm th t the Westminster Welne Review ReviewSiva Reew BeviewSiva
Siva Is I both bthtrplclof typical of destruction detrcton and ard andreproduction nt ntreproductioBi f freprctol
reproduction But the latter attribute
reprctol atrbut atrbutdoubtess was wasdoubtless ws wsdoubtless
doubtless doubtess a later Ilter addition addion to the te sum of ofhis ofhis ofhis
his qualities qualU The he original orginl conception coneeptcn of ofthis oftis ofthis
this deity was ivan that of a
tis deiy Ws power delghting delghtingin deightng deightngin
in destruction destcton to II the achievement achleve nt of ot physi physical physicl phystcal ¬
cal cl evil and wrong wng and In hurling death deathand dcth dcthand deathand
and devastation devastlton upon the people pple and ard their theirland teir teirland theIrland
land He is i presented in the sacred sacrodbooks sacreJbok sacredbooks
books bok of the t e Hindoos Hldoos as the terrible de destroyer destroyer de destrayer ¬
stroyer the te one one who delights delght in the ds dsstructlon d ddrcUOI daatruction
structlon drcUOI of men mel But in all al this there thereis thtTe thtTeis thereis
is no whisper as n yet of any moral mo mars qualities qualitiesof qullUes qullUesof
of evil evl The Te conception cncepton is entirely entrely one on of ofphysical ofphylt ofphysical
physical phylt power power used ued with wit the te utmost utmostmalevolence utm03t utmostmalevolence
I IAlong
malevolence and injustice InjusteeaglnEt against men menAlong menAlong
Along with wih his principal prncpa wife wle who Is Isvariously I isvariously
variously called Devi Durga Uma
varouly cle Durg and andKali ndKali d dKal
Kali Kal he is portrayed prtyed as the incarnation Incraton of ofphysical oflhyslcl ofphysical
physical lhyslcl evil I wrong injustice inJutce or misfor misfortune mlsfortuneI misfortune ¬
tune tuneI In the Puranas lrn Siva Is described describedas desrlbJ desrlbJa
as a wandering about surrounded surounded by byghost ghosts ghostsand ghostsand
and goblins goblns inebriated inebrate naked nake and ad with withdisheveled wit withdlzheveied
disheveled dIhevele hair hir covered covere with wih the te ashes ahes of ofa ofa ofa
a funeral funerl pile pie ornamented ornentd with wIt human humanskulls hUnn hUnnskuls humanskulls
skulls and bones sometimes
skuls ad bnessometmes laughing and andsometimes andsomotlescn andsometimes
sometimes somotlescn crying Devi his hIccor consort is isrepresented Isrepreented isrepresented
represented repreented with wit a hideous hideu and a terrible terriblecountenance terible teriblecountence terriblecountenance
countenance countence streaming stemlng with wiC blood blo en encircled e encircled ¬
circled with snakes hung round with
cicled wih snaes hug wih skulls skullsand skuI skullsand
and human heads and in all
ad hua ad alrspectre alrspectresemlng respects re resembling resembling ¬
sembling semlng a fury rur rather rte than t a a a goddess goddessThe gd goddessThe
The Te only pleasure plesu whc which Siva Shi and an Devi feel feelIs tel teli8 feelis
Is when when their tei altars ltr ar u are > drenched drenche with withblood wih wihblod withblood
blood blod which whic of course coue could ud cot n1t be shed sheawithout she shewtut shedwithout
without lila wtut le the te destruction descton or of soma 80e szn form for of oflila orle oflife
A ALare Lance Iertae Increase In Americas Com Commerce Commerce Cornrncrce ¬
merce to and fld From 1rl Them Ther AH AHThe Al AllThe
The Te statisticians matstcla ct 1t the te Treasury Teur Depart Department Department Departmerit ¬
ment say Sy that the tecport exports from frm the United UnitedStates Unlr Un1telStates
States St3tes to Cuba Cub Porto Po Rico Rc and ad the tbeHawaiian te teHawia theHawaiian
Hawaiian Hawia Philippine Pipplneand and Samoan Smo Islands Islandswill islads isladswI Islandsitlil
will wI reach rch 45OOOOOQ 5o000Q in the fiscal fsal year yearwhich yer yerwhich yearwhich
which ends with the te present preont month mnt and andwill andI andwill
will I be more than tan three tree times tie as a much muc as asIn asIn UsIn
In 1896 and aD more mor than thn twice wce as n much as asIn a asin
In any ay year of the te commerce commere of the te United UnitedStates Unie UnitedStates
States Stt with wit those tQ Islands JIand except exct the years years1S92 yar
1S92 1893 and 1894 when reciprocity reIpriy great greatly geat geatly greatly ¬
ly increased Jncree exports exprt to Cuba Cub and ad Porto PortoRico Port PorteRico
Rico Rco To T Cuba Cub the 1be total totl for the fiscal fscal year yearseems yer yersees yearseems
seems sees likely Ikely to be fully tuly 25000000 5 oO against a lnst I IJ7D30100
J7D30100 530 OO In the te fiscal fsc year yu 1896 186 and 24 4 j
1500 157000 in the great gat reciprocity Tprt year ye 1S93 1S93prben 183 183hen 1893when
when hen exports exD to that tl island Isld were wer moro morothan morotla morethaxs
than tla double those thOe of five fve years year earlier earlierTo ealer ealerT earlierFe
To T Porto Port Rico Rc the te exports eor of the to year yearwill J yearwill r rwi
will wi be b In round rnd terns iem 12600000 i6O00O0 6000 against againstan gnst gnstZ
an Z average 1ver of 2730000 raoo TO000 In the te reciprocity reciprocityyears rlprcciy rlprcciyyea reciprctyyears
years yea 1892 1892 1893 and ad 1S94 194 when exports Cpor to tothat tot tothat
that t nt island were double J0 those of o earlier earlieryears ealer earlieryears
years ye To the Hawaiian HaWala Islands Ilan the te total totalfor tot totaltar
for the year ear will wU be about abut t1OIo 1509000fr or orfive 0 0fve orfire
five fve times tm as a much muc as a In 1893 nearly nely four fourtimes Cor Cortt fourtimes
times tt as a much t as s la l 1836 186 and more mre than thandouble tn tndoube thandouble
double the te total ttl for J898 88 89 To the thePhilip thePhilippines Philip Philippines PhU ¬
pines the total for 1900 1i0 will wl be b about sOllt 2 2EOOCOO 2tOOCo 2toocoo
EOOCOO tOOCo or more than tn In Into the entire eDre fifteen fifteenyear lteen lteenyeal fifteenyears
year yeal since nce 1S85 l the e date at which the t first firstrecord 11t 11trecr firstreeoiii
record recr cf our exports expor to t the te Philippines Philippineswas Phlppie
was made me by the te Treasury Tesur Bureau Buau of o Stat Statistics Stt Sttistcs StatIstics ¬
istics To the Samoan Islands the
istcs te Sosn the export exportof txpru txpruof exportsof
of the yetr Ye will be about 125000 or near nearly nearIy nearly ¬
ly as much as in all the th years years since 1S95 1S95at 159Sot 1395at
at which v hlch date the official records of exports exportsto
to these islands began beganOn beganOn
On the import side Cuba begins to show showsomething showeomethlng showsomething
something of her oldtime strength as an aaexporting anexporting anexporting
exporting Island as the lhetotai total imports Into Intothe Intothe Intothe
the United States stat from Cuba for the full fullyear fullyear fullyear
year will show a total of 31000000 31000000 against againstS15OOOCOO
15000000 in 1S98 anfi an an4 i 18500000 1S OOGGO In HOT 1897though 189 189though HOTthough
though they still arc less than the average averagefor aeragdCor averagefor
for the reciprocity years 1892 1893 and and189t andHOI
HOI when imports from runs that Island aver averaged averated averaged ¬
aged over ver 75000000 per annum annumStem annumITem annum2roin
Stem Porto Rico the Imports of the year yearwlr 7001wl yearwI
wl wlr be 1350000 which is less than the thetotal thetotal thetotal
total for any preceding year since 1880 1SSOand 1880and 1880and
and is presumably due to the destruction destructionby
by 7 last years tornado of the crops which whichsupply whIchstPply whichsupply
supply Porto Ricos chief articles of export exportFrom exporFrom exportFrom
From the Hawaiian lIaw 1an Islands the imports importsfor importsCor Importsfor
for the full fiscal year will be 21000806 21000806or 210008i81 210008i81or 2l0OO8Gor
or double d uble the average annual Importation Importationfor i
for the period prior to 1S96 and 29 per percent parcent i icent
cent higher than in any preceding year yearwhile yewwhile yearwhile
while from the Philippines despite the thewar thewar thewar
war conditions which reduce producing producingaad produclna1d productsand
and exporting power the imports will be belarger belarger belarger
larger than In any year since 1S64 1S64SAMPSONS 18tHSAlrIPSONS 1884SAMPSONS
TSvo Detachment of Marine Excel ExcelIII Excelill
III Mntnnxax Achievement AchievementAdmiral tehlevementAdmiral
Admiral Sampsons Snmp ens achievement when whenwith whenwith whenwith
with almoet the full strength of the th Unit United Unitsit ¬
ed 4 States Navy ay Including some thousands thousandsof t lUMls lUMlsot
of bluejackets and marines under his corn coastaad COClJ cornnand
nand J nd he succeeded In claying a poor dc dcTepit dcreplt dorepit
Tepit old mule at t Maianzas was wu eclipsed eclipsedia eclpee eclpeeft
ia U this eity yesterday by two detachments detachmentsof
of marines from the Navy a7 Yard This Thisfact T Thisfact b bfact
fact te the more notable fer the reason reasonthat rea reasonthat n nUlal
that Admiral SUri SaxiiMens men killed the thenmla tilemula thenauli
nmla referred to during an actual state of ofwar ofwar ofwar
war whereas the heroic accomplish accomplishcf aC ompUGDleDt achompllshinentof ompUGDleDtcf
cf yesterday transpired tra red during a coBdlUea coBdlUeaof
of th the profoundeSt rofouft et peace lee and was not In Insptrsd iBJJy InepErad
sptrsd by any kind of a ceramaaderiri ceramaadeririefcle cemmanderItlelate commandertaehie
efcle elate elateTlte
The two detachments bllients were marching marchingthrough marelilagthroush marchingthrough
through D Street at an hour when i iof meat laOiItor meatof
of the residents of WasWastoa Wultt gto laded iaciudiag lDdudIII ladedtag
iag Senators and Representatives of ofcourse ofcourse ofcourse
course were attending divine eerivee eeriveeThey serieeTIley seriseeThey
They were re walking side by side when one oaeof oneof oneof
of the detachments tletae m8Rts discovered a beast that thatwas Uiat3B thatwas
was 3B evidently evW lltly one of the largest aad most mostferocious me8tfer mostferocious
ferocious fer ot his species in the act of try tryBg trylag trytug
lag Bg to conceal himself behind a readymade readymadebreastworks reaclymadebrtfltworks readymadebreastworks
breastworks formed by b seme wooden woodeasteps weodensteps woodensteps
steps stepsThe stepsThe
The sea soldier who made the discov discovery dtliCOverf dlscovcry ¬
cry called upon his companion who con constituted C3Dtituted canstituted ¬
stituted the other detachment to act as asa asa asa
a reserve r ne force and at once proceeded to togive togte togtve
give battle to the monster The attack attacking attacking attacklog ¬
ing force was armed with only a slender slenderbamboo slenderbamb slenderbamboo
bamboo bamb o cane but the man behind the cane canehad canehad canehad
had as much courage as If ho had been beenbehind beenhehind beenbehind
behind a gun as big as that which killed killedSampsons killedSampsons killedSampsons
Sampsons Mataazas mule muleIt muleIt muleIt
It took t the first detachment only a min minute minute mm mmetc ¬
ute to establish his firing firingor or rather his hisstriking hisstriking hisstriking
striking line This promptness was due duedcribtleas duedc duedcbUess
dcribtleas dc bUEls to tea fact that there was only onlyort onlyor onlyart
ort or of him But he was a hast of himself himselfall himseIrali himselfalt
all right and he advanced ad anced > to the fray with withthe withthe withthe
the confident air of one who Is accustomed accustomedto
to the winning of victories
Using the ferrule of his cane as a bayo bayonet bayonet bayonet ¬
net he charged the enemy and in a trice tricehe tricehe tricehe
he had carried the position by assault It Itwas Itwas Itwas
was not necessary neCE ary even to ask for assist assistance aESistce assistnnce ¬
ance ce from the reserve r sene force When hen the thesanguiaary thesanguinary thesanguinary
sanguinary conflict was over as It was waswithin W1Swithin waswithin
within a minute the detachments pro proceeded proceeded proceeded ¬
ceeded on their way Into Pennsylvania PennsylvaniaAvenue PennsylvaniaATenueapparently PennsylvaniaAvenue
Avenue ATenueapparently apparently as happy over having havingslain having5131n havingslain
slain a large grey rat as Sampson was over overhaving oerhaving overhaving
having destroyed that Matanzas atanzas mule niuieGIANT muleGIANT muleGIANT
Few of the Southern Pacific Bis nl Rep Kcptiles Reptllet RepC
C tiles Survive SurviveFrom Surht SurhtFrom SurvieFroas
From From the Sew Tor York Herjld lIellldhe Iler1i Iler1iThe j jThe
The surviving suniln giant turtles of the early earlytertiary earlytertiary earlytertiary
tertiary period the remnant of the huge hugebeasts hugebeasts hugebeasts
beasts that rraned the earth ages before beforemammals beforemammals beforemammals
mammals were known have almost disap disappeared dlsap dlsappenred disappeared ¬
peared from the southern Pacific where wherethey wherothey wherethey
they existed In great numbers early In Inthe Inthe inthe
the present century centuryI
I have assisted in the capture of many manyot manyof manyof
of these great turtles said Capt Walter WalterW Walkerw aller allerV
W V Baxter now In New York on his way wayfrom wayfrlm nnyfrom
from London to his New Zealand home homeon homeon homeon
on the Chatham Islands where they were wereonce wereonce wereonce
once so plentiful but they are now going goingthe goIngthe goingthe
the way of your buffalo and IndIans The TheChatham TheChttham TheChatham
Chatham group belongs to our New Zea Zealand Zeand Zenland ¬
land colony and I first knew It when I Iwas Iwas 1 1was
was quite a young boy b y away back In 1833 1833when 1833when 1833when
when the native Motions were conquered conqueredby
by the Maoris of New ew Zealand The Mo Morioris Morloris Morioria
rioris were a large tribe In those days daysbut daysbut daysbut
but were far outnumbered by the giant giantturtles giantturtl giantturtles
turtl turtles s that occupied their Islands and aadwere andwere andwere
were preyed on by them Now o they are arereduced arereduced arereduced
reduced to 100 souls or less all told and andthe andthe andthe
the turtles are even less numerous that thatIs thatIs thatis
Is the big bl fellows fellowsAt fellowsAt feiiowsAt
At least 10000000 of these great tur turtles turtles turties ¬
tles have been destroyed in tho List 100 100years 100years 100years
years The natives have lived 1In d on them themsailors themsailors themsailors
sailors have carried them off by shiploads shiploadsand shiploadsand shiploadsand
and the wild black cats that live in the thelava thelaa thelava
lava crevices have destroyed them Tho Thopld ThoQld TheQId
pld ones the slant ones the mighty ones onesthat onesthat onesthat
that weighed from 800 to 1000 pounds poundseach poundsea poundseach
each ea h have disappeared and their de descendants descendants descendants ¬
scendants weighing from ten to twenty twentypounds twentypounds twentypounds
pounds alone are left and soon they will willbe willbe willbe
be gone and their place will mark an another another another ¬
other missing link linkSixty linkSixty linkSixty
Sixty years ago there was w no trouble troubleIn troubleIn troublein
In finding a turtle on the Chatham Islands Islandsweighing IslandsVeighlng Islandsweighing
weighing 500 pounds and I have captured capturedseveral capturedse capturedseveral
several se eral > that went over 800 pounds A Ayear Ayear Ayear
year ago I searched for several days and andthe andthe andthe
the largest one I saw weighed only nly thirty thirtytwo thlrtytwo thirtytwo
two pounds They live no telling how long longIf longif
If they are not killed by man or the black blackcats blackcats blackcats
cats and they the apparently grow as long longi longa5 longas
i as they th y live Now ow they have no oppor opportunity opportunity opportunity ¬
tunity to get any considerable growth and andsoon an ansoon andsoon
soon will be known only in books and on onthe onthe ob obthe
the museum shelves shelvesVhcn shelvesen shelvesben
Vhcn ben en the Exposition IB I Over OverFrom OTerFrom OverFrom
From the London Chronicle ChronicleAlthough ChronicleAlthowb tPsronicleAlthough
Although the Paris Exposition Is etOll n ll unfin unfinIshed wrlinished unfiatahoe
Ished arrangements have nave already been made for forits forits forits
its demolition Was as it sentiment or budnew budnewwhich bUlnelswhich bualaeeswhich
which has entrusted this work to a forelcnerl forelcnerlFor forelrnrFor forelenriPot
For the contract for dismantling the buHdiuc buHdiuclias buildirahis1Jeen buildiarshs
lias his1Jeen been made with the th Chicago House ouse Wreck Wrecking WieckIg Wrtcklag ¬
lag Company Ccmp luy which took down the buildIngs Ixiildincafter 1 uUdinafter buildIngsafter
after the tbegr great l Worlds Fair at Chicago ChI o It Ithas Ithas Itha
has ha been beencalcu1ak4 calculated that something like seventy seventyfire seventyftYe zeventyfive
fire million feet feetot ot lumber will be available for forsale forsale
sale alter ile < he I cloee oee of the exposition and it is iiprobable isprobable isprobable
probable that every foot of it will wlllbd dad a readj readjpurchaser radxpurchuer readIpurchaser
purchaser S
E11llIlJjicorrcpoBdns Enitlisiui EiiulinU Correspondent Writes Vrltea of the tbeBoer theDoer thefleer
Boer AVar Vnr VnrLONDON j jLONDON iW
LONDON W June 4 LGeorge George Lynch the thecorrespondent thecorreepondent thecorrespondent
correspondent who sallied out of Lady Ladysmith Lad Ladysmith j jSlith
smith during the siege riding a white whitehorsev whlt whitehorse j jhers
hers horse < which had been dyed khaki color all ailover allover j jover
over one side and Z d taking under one ana anaa anaa eriea
a bottle of whisky and some copies eoplesof of the thesiegeraper j jslegepaper isIeg
slegepaper sIeg ptper the Ladyemith Iade th Lyre hoping hopingto
to trade them for some trnsvaal11ewspa trnsvaal11ewspapars Transvaal newspa newspapers newapapers ¬
pers has returned to England and writes writessome writessome writessome
some realistic descriptions of things seen seenIn seenIn seenIn
In action actionDeath actionDeath actIonDeath
Death from a Mauser bullet he writes writesis writesis i
is less painful than the drawing of a atooth Ltooth a atooth
tooth Such Such at least appears appe Is to be th thcase thcase the thecase
case speaking generally from apparent apparente1dence apparentevidence j jevidence
evidence without having the opportunity OPPOrtunitYoC J Jof
of collecting the opinions of those who have haveactually haveactually
actually died diedIn diedIn diedIn
In books we have read c cf shrieks of ex expiring expiring aspiring ¬ I
piring agony but ask those who have havebeen hnvebeen havebeen
been on many battlefields and they will willtell willtell I Itell
tell you they hade not heard them as asa nsa asa
a rule the victim gives gl es a sudden exclama exclamation exclam3tian exolansaion ¬
ion such as Im bit They look as asJtaggerlng i istaggering I Istaggering
staggering from the blow of a a fiat rather ratherthan ratherthu ratherhau
than that from a tiny pencil of lead Ieadt1 leadthea leadtheaa theu theua e 1a
a sudden paleness perhaps a grasping of ofthe t tthe Ithe
the hands occasionally as if to hold on to o osouethlngwhen i isomething 1something
something souethlngwhen when the bottom botto seems to be befalling befalling befailing
falling out of all things stable but gener generally banerally generally ¬
ally no sign ot aught else than the dull dullin dullin dullIn
in in of death deathdulllng dulling to sleep a drunken drunkensleep drunkenslcpdrunken drunkensleepdrunken
sleep slcpdrunken drunken death it often seems seemsvery seemsverycommonplace aeetnsveryCommonplace very verycomznonplaco
commonplace as A rule A smile as often oftenas oftenas
as or oftener than any sign of pain but butgenerally butgenerally
generally no sign cf either eItherIn eitherIn I l
In our first engagements there was wasQther wasrpther j
rather too much anxiety anxletyon on the part of a awounded awounded I Iwounded
wounded mans comrades to carry him to tothe tothe tothe
the rear but it did not continue eon tinue for long longThe longThe
The Th actuating motive is not always kind kindness kindn irindness ¬ 1
ness n s and humanity but a desire to get out outof outof
of danger It was u soon evident that it wasonly was wasonly
only going from the th fryirg pan Into the thefire thefire
fire as the danger of walkng back carry carrying carrytog ¬ r
tog fnga a wounded man was immeasety greater greaterthan greateban greateatbaa
than remaining or advancing more or less lesson le5Son lesson
on ones stomach Sometimes Sometlm it was the theunfortunate theunfortunate I
unfortunate wounded man who was 86 hit hitagain hitag3In hitagain
again Men carrying off a wounded com comrade comrade cornrade ¬
rade o ot course cou render themselves strict strictly strictly strictly ¬
ly liable to be regarded as combatants combatantsTwo conbataatsTwo combatantsTwo
Two men being kiiied OB one horse horsefectly berseseems haresseems
seems rather of a taU order yet it i5 per perfectly perfectiy
fectly true It happened at cavalry charge chargeafter cllargeatter chargeafter
after Elandslaagte Some of the t e Boers Boersstood Doersstood
stood their ground with great stubborn stubbornness stubborafleas ¬
ness till our cavalry were only anI a few yards yardsaway yardsaway
away One middleaged mdl 1ged bearded fellow fellowstayed fellowstayed fellowstayed
stayed just JUSlA a little too long and had not nottime I Itimo
time to get to his horse cSe which was a few fewyards fewyards fewyards I
yards away 8VYH awayHe i iHe
He H scrambled Hr1mbl up behind a brother Boor Boorwho Boorwho Boorwho
who was just mounting but almost imme immediately immedmately ¬ I Idlately
diately the e Fifth Lancers were upoa them tbemThere t themThere
There was a Carrier corporal aa em1 Im Immensely ImmlUSely iramensely ¬
mensely big powerful fellow wh who singled singledthem 9Dcldth singledthem
them th m out They were galloping dowa a aslight aaUght aslight
slight Incline as bard as they could get gettheir gettheir gettheir
their horse to travel but their pursuer pursuerwas J Jwas Iwas
was gaining pa n them at every stride strideWhen j
When he came within striking distance be hejamniod i ijammed Ij
jammed j mmed his spurs into his Me horse which wUeksprang whlehEJrallg whichsprang
sprang forward like a tiger Weight of otnan ofman ofman
man and horse Impetus of gallop and kill killfocused killlecHSM hiltfecsed
focused Hi tfcot brigfat lance point keM as asic uie asin
ic a vice It fierce Iree the left side of the tbeback lIteback thebook
back of the men me behInd aDd ta Ute point eaae enecut i iTfee
cut through the rJ t we ef the man Ia IafrDt mafront 1
front who with a convulsive 1 OIoelBeBt OIoelBeBtt uovemeatthrow
t throw rew Hit his kuds bands JHngtig tngIng his ri is Iabe
he airrite air airThe I
rite The lancer could CO Id not withdraw his lance lanceas lanceae lanceas
as the men swayed and dropped rem their theirherse tJaelrhene theirhorse
horse but galloped en into Ute gathering
darkness punctured with rifle Sash deahes ere hereand a re I IaDd
aDd there and Sitting forms that might be befrlerd befriend
friend or or foe r This T is poor fellow feUow was 85 killed killeda i
a a IFW te e lays aya after at the battle batzl Riatfeateio RiatfeateioHow RietrentelnlIow Riatfeatetsahow
How heartily the B Deers Beers ers hated these Ian 1anCers Iancots
cers They T eywould would have liked so ranch t thave to tohave
have had hMlI8Cfs lasers barred as against Ute MIles mlesof MIlesof rulesof
of war and it would certainly have made raedean madean sand sandan I
an Immense difference if our aide bad badsucceeded dsueeeedetl hadsuceeed
succeeded suceeed In getting a few mere ckaaoK eItaaces chascesespecIally I Iespecially
especially at the coearaoacement of the thewar i iTHE Iwar
war l of usIng the laD lance lanceTRE I ITHE
One of the Victim leUDM Believed to Have HaveIlceu lIaeDeen llaveBeen
Been a AVushlnj tushingtonlgu tushingtonlguDOVER ujhln onlnn onlnnDOVER I IDOYER
DOVER Del June 4 IEighty Eighty thousand thousanddollars thoceaDddollars thousanddollszrs
dollars Is now the estimate of loss to the theDelaware tleDeiawne theDelaware
Delaware Railroad Company from the train trainwreck Uftiareck trainwreck
wreck reck that occurred here Saturday Sa r ay erasing evealsgvA
A locomotive three refrigerator cars laden ladenwith la enith ladenwith
with ith strawberries aad throe airbrake airbrakefreight alrKakefreig airbrakefrsight
freight freig cas ca a also full of berries aad aa a acaboose acaboose acaboose
caboose wore deoralr dem deemlnhed llb < ed The six cars caraalone carsalone carsalone
alone contained 9690 680 worth Worthor of straw strawberries sUawberries strawberries ¬
berries which were either damaged by the tbecolllsioa thecoUlston thecollision
colllsioa or ruined when the wreck took tookfire tookfire tookfire
fire fireCrowds
Crowds of people stood about the wreck reck
all night to watch the railroaders search searching searchIng searching ¬
ing for the three missing tramps who were werecompanions Werecompanions werecompanions
companions of the th dead den and injured No Noother SootbO Noother
other bodies were found and at daybreak daybreakthe darbr daybreakthe k kthe
the tracks were clear once more moreThe more moreThe moreThe
The men who died in the waiting room reoiaafter reo reoafter roomafter
after receiving the sacrament eC f the Cata Cataolic Catholic th thoUc
olic Church from Rev T F VaMron is isnow isnow Isnow
now said d to be Thomas Ryan of Wash Washington Washlagton 1 1Ington ¬
ington D XX C He 2rst rst gave the name of ofJames ofJames ofJames
James Golden of New e York Ycrk but when whenpressed whenpressed whenpressed
pressed by Father Waldron admitted that thathe thathe thathe
he was Thomas Ryan but asked that his hispeople hispeopfe hispeopfe
peopfe be not notified Father Waldron Waldronwired Waldronwired aldron aldronwired
wired the Chief of Police at Washington Washingtonand
and obtained o talned a a reply that the mans rein relatives relntiVC3 reinrites ¬
rites are being looked up Coroner Krtorts Knottsw1ll KnoriswIll Krtortswill
will hold his inquest today todayThe todayThe todayThe
The wrerk was the cause of another anotherdeath anotilerde znotiierdeath
death de h last night Mrs Elizabeth Daniels Danielsresiding D DzrziIesresiding 1es =
residing on American Avenue this city citydrove citydroe citydrove
drove In her carriage carria to the wreck and andwhile andwhUe andwhile
while viewing the exciting scene she was wasseen wasseen wasseen
seen to fall over against the side of her hercarriage herrriage hercarriage
carriage rriage The horse meantime tlme bad started startedaad strtedand startedand
and was not stopped stOp f until Armory M l1 33Church E EChurch EChurch
Church was reached when Mrs Irs Daniel Danielwas Danlewas Daniewas
was removed to a house Dr Cfemeats Cfemeatsfound Cfeme1tsfound Ciemeatsfound
found that she he had died from heart dis disease disease dInease ¬
ease superinduced superfnd ced by excitement cxcltem9tCURRENT excitementCURRENT
False Suspicion SuspicionIrem SnCIlelonIillm SuspicionIreni
Irem the llritere Writ WritTiiter Wt WeltTailor lt ltToliler >
Tailor CrEftIoIOcWully repr reprmekfullyYee ncWuHy Y t hare owed erai me Iii Iiifor 15 15for
for 10 two years and now you haw a new newDebtwWe1 newDebtorWell bfryele bfryeleDebtor
Debtor DebtwWe1 W J1 who t teN M you 1U that was paW for forA ferTheol feet
A 5 Theory TheoryFrem TheolFrom PheoryFrom >
From Harpers Bazar BazarGerald 2UIGeruldl lInzarGeraldI
Gerald Geruldl I wander hew Anaaias Arasfasget Bfu e get t such a rpa rpaiattea rtpatttien reputatien
iattea as a IlarT IlarTCrratdine liar liarllCdlltne1 liarGeraldineI
Crratdine llCdlltne1 I E1I suppose uppo he told Sapphire ppbin she was wasthe Willthe wasthe
the only onl girl be had d ever loved lovedA IOTedRemlnder leveeA
A Reminder of Duty
Frum Press the th HelUre WelL WelLMr WdtMr WeltMr
Mr Brown BronnWell Well John have yen a goad past pastti p sltioln pealthn
ti tioln m here hereJohn heretJohnOh hereJohnOh
John JohnOh Oh yes es only my master is so solie sospieteu sospieteuHe pleiUI pleiUIlie
lie will not even believe that yen have never nevergiven neT nevergncs fr frpTtn <
given me a tip tipA tipA tipA
A A Dnnscronx Ratio RatioFrom RatioFIom RatioFrom
From Puck PuckUncle PuckVrele PuckUncle
Uncle Willum mUiPmI I tell ye ie its kinder dbcoor dbcooracin dieneuragin r raliJ1
acin tee read the papers In wars an u murders mnrdtrsthere n rdersthrre murdersthere
there are so many people gettln killed that it itmakes itmakes itsnakes
makes a man fairly tremble fee the future ef the theworld tlieworld theworld
world worldUncle worldUncle worldUncle
Uncle Ephriam FphriamTMt That true My wife MarJba MarJbahas 3brthahas ibembahas
has been keepin ketp D track of things fer seme ne time timean timean timean
an she ahesaysahe says she reads of more people gcttln killed killedlately 1Wbtely killedlately
lately than t n she docs of people gettln cured by byail Ifyall byall
all of these here patent medicines mroidnesput pat together togetherFrom tetherLocnted tagetherLocated
Located LocntedFrom LocatedFrom
From From the riiOaddphia Xerth Xerth American AmericanWhere kineriemWhere
1 Where erc is Porto Sheaf aslcJ the usher achtrin usher1a cbtr cbtrlJL
lJL in the soup replied the boy who reads the thenewspapers thenewpapcrs thenewspapers
newspapers newpapcrsInt
Just Her 3IakeCp 3IakeCpFrom 3IakeUpFrom SlakeVpFrom
From From the Philadelphia Bulletin BulletinThe BulletinThe BulletinThe
The bearded beu ed woman womanbM baa lost all her money moneyThats montyThats moneyThats
Thats too bad But then Im sure she will willbe willbe willbe
be able tbl to face misfortune like a man manThe manThe manThe
The Wonderful o tlerlBl West WestFrom VestFrees est estFrolll
From the Chicago Chi News Newsh NewsI NewsIs
h I this a healthy townf enquired the man manrho manwho nunwho
who rho was w in search ot a balmy climate climateHealthy clhmtlIIe climateHczithyr
Healthy IIe thyt r echoed the e land agent Whjv Dy raia raiathe Dl1a Dl1athe msthe
the only undertaker undt er in town had to bless blowout out the theau the5s
1 gtt to give Hmselt a Job
A perfectly r proportioned man it i ia said nJd should shouldsigh shosildweigh h uW uWWei
Wei weigh sigh h twentyeight tw tyelbt pounds to every feet frf his bisheight kUMl1ht hisheight
height heightThere Ml1ht11ue height11ere
There are tw two electric subways in L Ls I4nthe I4ntheaty n a tfce tfceCSty tWat
CSty at and Waterloo JUSvray and the th Cir CIJ and andSouth M MSouth
South London Hanvray HanvrayOat llaD BaflvayOat T TOat
Oat meal food is becoming becGmin very p P9JuJuiuDt P9JuJuiuDtland ppuiarla puar < iu E ESS ESSland 2 2land
land Th There re is an ineRsistoj dtmaatlxter r tftct tftctJoed tlatfoed ibatfood
food in the English markets marketsin nurt nurtUere martetsThere
There k an extensive mine ef f jowekn jewe1 ca Ut the
banIta e at 19ie Creek in Montana MontanaKapohlrei It Ilubtea sail aac1I sailsarWirca
Kapohlrei I hlru are the principal prwfecsc prwfecscthe preducasOf led eaOf
Of trees mot URly to be struak br bylfhtthn bylfhtthnthe lIhtmn
the sturdy nlr oak ia is the mart DIOo t invulnerable invul The
bpech breels and the pine lUrId first Jin and second VZ respec ¬
lively in the Hoc of safety safetyGermany safetyAmong y yAmong
Among Ole beggars and T2 vsgajseaia of 1 Brelu
Germany 76 8 per cent of the m rum n hare been f tease teaseunit eoadunfit
unfit for military service While the figure fer f r the thepopuiittert tepopubtien thepopulitlen
popuiittert in general does a net t exceed 9 per cent centFear nontFour remFour
Four misers were entombed tomb for twelve days t dsy a In Inthe inthe inthe
the Matsayasu 3hUD ISU colliery GOJH in Japan lately tat They did didwithout didwithout d dwith
without food all the time time and far the mast ct ctthe Gtile atthe
the time without light and were none the worse vrersewhen We1lCwhen worseteben
when dug out outThe ut utTfte outThe
The courts ia Beaten have sustained a sky or ordinance cdi8l1Ke ordinaisee ¬
dinance restricting the height ef batttfags IB IBother laoeher Iaother
other stilts c there is a widespread SfHed topreszios topresziosthat improsriusaeyscran oB
that these ekwd kisaJtog ckysenpic evidences evidoomzThe
hare had their day dayCharles QT11ae
The bmeus Bleak neue Bones m immerW IIy IIyCkuies bycharles
Charles Dickens eM is for sale but there are few fewwh fewwho
who wh desire < t to purchase It The house is te iI very err
bad canditspa eMMIitiDn and mM a money mo would w UL ba re required required required ¬
quired IB aia make e it JtUl habitable habttaMrAll
All 111 the steamers beteagfag Ie giag to UaOtraMd uaom line linehave Jiaehave linehave
have raises enittg sidis ia Is ia There TS TSeeptfea wu ape e eeeptiea ox oxee
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line That vessel seek mlc It soon afacr a she WJB w2 s scbesed pur purchased ¬
chased ia Sew Y 1erk rk harbw harbwChrist 1111 1111TIle hirberThe
TIle Czar of Stands wears ees a riser in 1riaieh lie lie lieHefts lie
Hefts i5 35 sudiepd a piece ef the ue its neon of ofCI ofcbr
Christ It was eti ecigisaN iDa inaBj eae c f she trees oi oithe 01the ofthe
the Yatieu Tatiea and woe pretested to an anefster ol olthe Itile uSthe
the time fee diplomatic reasons reasonsia rmsozskioIaK reasonsThe
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SUtes At t present there is mere demand IIII fer fermea sean eaavm seanmen
m mea o sorts The dart < mete are u meat ed aa is N ssy y < e eeterierB e smeehisie ef
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causes heads when ha Iendea aN of e N setof f fer
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titedea c8 ot pwtat Rai ecnk cnfe are put Sal el limr boxes boxeswithout 1aoIedaeet bosetwithout
without daeet aaarewa ad eeaer Cerraaar Satan IW s aim ia iatat i itIoit intine
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WMiea We hr eqael rights s4gi with withThere me k kT1wft I IThese
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5 MIl onen people ale lashed teIae JII JIIJIftfII SmpeuSman
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Sachet JaeaetThe Sachetlbs
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are deterMchMtl < fcSrBkBrf tEr TRrQMker Q City shall be beDroocrctic beeeii
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I the3 w tIIeic lace 0 and tidy ap bet tile deed fiBestfa deedpeep1
peep1 fa Eur see 5II said II to be the Tdgsoee or orOpMs orO35ailn
GjrfMKs af Haagary It is i the thehealth heuen leek 01 01Iae otI
I health lth aad aietaieiave JIie IRTI cwtasar cwt nen that Rivca gi githe aomadi aomadithe sismadeto
the aafxanaee af 1 beauty Faautianty Joau arity with widMn men members menben ¬
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that time The beat a it CriDuas riams Cenaaa Dietua Dietuaaiy DietUDuy Didbna
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pt peon hue Men printed and Ute wait iaant iaantbait t J JJuf
bait done doneIn dcemI < SS SSID
ID I a recent number of r the Manila 3 ik merican tnserteeathe mericanI merieautilt
tilt ztUa Grand Opera H Esone adeenhsed as the tIteI theI
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and c callftJ lerr ti 1 aM Heneaa raaaey JsDoera D open epeaat 8ptIIIt openat
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I da mere no ft tek a no interest in the t thereesot reeeat reeeatBoTwithia tlIt eipe eipelie
lIt avers I teaikR that SIICh creed occur eftUraMy occuranoonBy
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> per peref 1t new wiidn a sear or tees 1 siedy years yearsCf
r ef r a afrom lOID age and hoe never deseatad a be breadth breadthfroze
from Wi wettkaowa vtewv Yie Aa coBecr coBecrtiow cooseralag IIS tile specs etftSt specstiose
tiow t 01 r the tb adler system systemThe systemThe em emTIle
The Eraaerar Emptrw Xene Moneuik says the L aaan Mat Mathas YaiI lIstha
I has 1aa entirely frbi4tten tihaees which has nurd ralerdso
6 80 great lUt a dar as to give vaase pause even to aa aai allI anI
i I I ab abwWtt aiat ruler It is whwpererf that the ra ronsan a M lor lorthe hithe 1
t < the prohibition rises treat the fact that thatend sac ta tae day dayseeing
e seeing stone Engibbaiss with their pipes pipesenal e sad gre grereel
end air a l el f WfH wedhaag fcrfag fcrfagfar lie decided to by byfee bo bofee
fee himself h t He borrowed a pipe pip aaa aM sane seam x xs4raag y very veryslit y yt
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the profcitotioa profcitotioaA
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reeeatlr rece reCeat1 Uy uiaippeared diIOI and DtI I WM BO DOt f t ad lee ar this thirteen tJairtea thistom ¬
teen tb ibys < fay greater ta the asaaaoMat a sad grief griefits 1 1lis t tits
its owners waa w whe scorched rdMd f for r it thraugaeut the theentire thee thesatire
entire e tire iieijhbKBaad lI h1lerllMd ot t Uk > te enciae eagles baa home e Thai TheiicSatta 1Me4K1t1 Thaiederia
cSatta were finally Snail rewarded wile be was Ms MsemllIuri afccov afccoverrd ecov ecovered
errd emllIuri burM aader adr a torn of hay T hat ted reeeatly reeeatlyIwen reativbeen y y00m
been decanted deoo ted is the estabjislitneac ataWtiia He hail been beentbre M Mtare beenthere
tare fee r aH that time and alien taken eat MIttJaoah eatthonch at atthoozh
thoozh x aviv v thin and sick pave ve evidence that t h hwax hc he hewas
wax yet aW M < t in parr itaaer c i anwei and r Ins Insnat hisnaturalaveeatioe
nat naturalaveeatioe nla1 ntioa i a a Tat catcher
An iascniaa h enie4K automatic eteetrieal siectri fire alarm alarmhu abrHas alarmlas
hu been ptodvced ptodvftclllJ by a Xew sw Zealand tevtnwr It Itinratves ItinwhtJ5 Itmiwives
inratves the t sagginff wire principle lrinef heretofore JwrctJotein heretoforemed
med 1 in raaay y electrical flfoctr cl raeasarias iaMruraeats iaMruraeatsi iMtnImeDtstar iseirennentettar
i Xear tar the ceding ia the room to be protected t M a at8JIIWZ One Onea finecopper
copper wire i stretched bct between a stud anti all allulju8abk anadtable
a adtable rjaaMe atraia strainer r At t t tia the DI poiItt ef f the wire wirtii wirei
ia i attached a coatact d rod working vertically in a aglaw IgtaM agla
glaw gla e tabe A carraapOBdiBg a restart eD tact is fixed at atThe atte atthe
te houses of the tabs aBd 5 etIIIMeted tlareull1 tlareull1an
an alan bell anti a h battery 1try bl liv a twowire circuit eireuitThe circuitThe
The action of the apparatus 1PfJ11rl < Is extremely simple simplestretched aimpltIn simplein
In aie el1ire of See I slight re In temperature ef the t1aestntdtM thestretched
stretched wire causes a large raaveatent o of the thecontact thecoataa thecontact
contact red which tauehts the lower caataet e in the thetub tiletm thetube
tub tm thus t retting tilC the electrical I circuit and andriEsiBg aadril andrisging
riEsiBg lC the alarm belt beltEdward MIlEAlwurd lieUEdward
Edward ThorudHce sums np tit h cecetadon eend i on the therobjeet Utembjeet theneWest
neWest ef f mental fatigue as fellows Mental Mentalwork Mentalwork Mentalwork
work is net a simple matter of mental energy of ofquantity ofqaantlty ofquantity
quantity of positive or r lahibitory l nervous dis disciorgrs disbut disetsegis
ciorgrs but of their direction as well 11 mental mrctalfaiiicue mrntalbUQle mentalfali
faiiicue fali ue is nt I t like physical fatigue tine and requires nxjaireadiffcreat lUirtSdUferPlt requiresdifferent
different treatment its warning sIgns are more morecomplicated mor morcemPllsted nieceeemiirsted
complicated eemiirsted less efficacious efl and therefore t fere more moreI moreoften moreoften
I of often tea ncclcctcd the warnings that we do have havearc lJayeare haveare
are not measures of the degree d ee of inability but butindefinite butindtftnite butindefinite
indefinite and at present p t illundtnUood signs of ofdareert fdoarger oftheger
dareert the degree of mental inability d does s not notvary notrouy notvary
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