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While ie the te President pr sident and Secretary S creta Hay Hayare Hayae hayae
the exhibition of ofour o
ae preparing prearing for the next nextexhibiton
in address to tohe tohepnes tothe
our o oirsp1end1d r splendid spiendid diplomacy in an
the he hepnes j powers wers on the te subject subj ct of peace nego negotiations negOtations ¬
tiations atons the news from China today toay ap appears app appears ¬
pears p rs fully tUy 11y to corroborate corobrate the view of the thesituation thesituation
situation s uaton expressed expr ssed in these thee columns yes yesterday ye yesttrday ¬
terday t rday According to our despatches the theremoval te teremoval theremoval
removal of the Chinese Court to Singanfu Singanfuhas Singntu Singntuh Singanfulies
has h s satisfied satsfed Japan Japa that the Imperial Gov Government Gove Government ¬
ernment e nment is as antiforeign antforeign and determined determinedupon determinedupon determinedupon
upon upon resistance rSHUC as ever and that in such suchcircumstances suchctcumstances suchcircumstances
circumstances ctcumstances it would be a waste wate of time timeto tme tmeto timeto
to to enter 6tel Into peace peaenegotatons negotiations with Li LiHung L LIHung
Hung Chang and ad Chlng Ching as a the Empress EmpressDowager EmpressDowager EmpressDowager
Dowager Dowager could and undoubtedly undoubtedy wouldcncel wouldcancel would wouldcancel
cancel cncel their credentials credentals at at some convenient convenienttime convenienttie coavenlenttime
time tie and thus put put an end to the te matter matter3Walsohear mater materMelshear matterWealstrhear
Melshear 3Walsohear thai the movement of large largebo1o j jDodiesot
Dodiesot Chinese hinese troops trops toward Singanfu Singanfucontinues Singanfucontinues t tcontnues
bodleo continues contnues evidently evidenty with wih the purpose of ofestablishing otl otleitabIishing I Iestbllshing
establishing estbllshing a powerful pwerul army between the theallies te teame theallies
allies ame and the new capital capita Count von Wal Waldersee Waldersee Waldersee
dersee it is reported reporte has demanded demanded the thesurrender t ts thesurrender
surrender s rrender of Prince Pince Tuan Tua and others other as a a acondition acondtion acOndition
condition condtion precedent precetent to peace Li Hung HungChang HungC HungClutng
Chang C ang is still sti at Tientsin and and General GeneralChaffee Gen GeneralChaffee al alChafee
Chaffee Chafee and the te German Grman Commanderin CommanderinChlef CommanderinChief
Chief concur con conhizr r in believing belevin bellevIn that he has ha no nointention io ioIntention 0 0intenton
intention intenton of ogong ofgotng going to Pekin being corralled corralisdby corrld corrldbf corralledby
by bf and completely under the control controlOf ol 11 11de Mde
de Giers Gers the Russian Russil Minister lnlstcI The Rus Ruseians Rusuians Rusrans
eians uians rans have taken taen Mukden irukd 1ukde after afer a sharp en engagement engagement ¬ i
gagement g gement The southern Viceroys are ae be beDoming beomIng i
Doming antiforeign antforeig seeing that the court courtis courti
is i promoing and rewarding officials ofcials who whohave whohave whohave 1
have been engaged In the late atrocities atrocitiesand atrocities atrocitiesand atrocitiesand
and fearing fearng for their heads Their prov provinces provilces preyincee ¬
inces ilces are ripe for war and the te general sit situation si sitnatlon ¬
uation uaton Is a cross between betwen a kaleidoscope kaleidoscopeand
and a Chinese puzzle puzzleA11 puzzleAll
All 1 the conditions conditons apparently apparenty make makefor makefor ranksfor
for war and not for peace armies and DId not notdjplojnaey notiploJa notdip1omacy
djplojnaey iploJa seem certain to have their in innings innings innings ¬
nings before there can be any serious < talk talkolt talko talkci
olt o negotiations n g tatons Sir Robert Hart who whohas whohas I
has lived l ed in China for forty fort years and andknows and1ennrv i
knows 1mcwabout more about the Chinese their theircharacter theirciaracter
character cbarcter ciaracter springs spring of action acton and methods methodsthan methodsthan methodsthan 1
than any other living lving foreigner foreiger warned warnedthe warnedthe I
the powers po s a month mpnth ago that hostilities hostilitieswould hostites hostilitieswould I
would be beresumed l resumed in November and his hisprediction hisprediction
I Ipredicton
prediction predicton seems see destined destned to come true frneThe j jVThe I IThe
VThe The outlook is gloomy for the te world3 world worldnpeace i ipeace i ipace
peace At a time tme when the only hope of ofbringing otb ofbringing
bringing b n ing China to terms rests upon ab absolute ablute ablute =
I Iamong
solute lute concord and loyal I yal cooperation cooperationamong cooperationamong
among the powers pwers thee there is jealousy and anddistrust anddIstrust nnddistrust
distrust dIstrust and a growing gowIng danger of an open opendisagreement opendisageemenL opendisagreement
disagreement disageemenL Such an eventuality eventualty would wouldj1ay wou1ddny wouldplay
play j1ay the Empress Dowagers game to per perfection perfecton perfection ¬
fection fecton And it i may be a winning game gamefor gamefor gamefor
for civilization civilzaton is confronted today not notonly notonly
only by hordes of Mongolian 1ongolan troops arm armed armed armed ¬ I
ed with the improved improve weapons that En England England l lgland
gland Germany and the United Unied States Stateshave j jhave I
have blindly blndly sold to China but by the thedeep thedeep thedeep
deep and Satanic SatnIc Satan1 diplomacy of the two twogreatlOriental twoieiOriental twogreatOriental
greatlOriental ieiOriental powers operating opertng wih with the thesplendid thesplendid thesplendid
splendid diplomacy of the United Unied States Statesrs Statess Statesns
rs s a catspaw
The Short Story StoryEvery StoryEvery StoryEvery
Every observer of current literature literaturehas lterature lteraturehas literaturehas
has noted the increasing vogue voge of the thesh theshOrt j jshort
short sh rt story which has to a great extent extentreplaced extentreplaced extentreplaced
replaced the novel in fiction fcton although althoughit athough athoughit
it may be safely said that tht there never neverwas neverwas neverwas
was a time tme when whel more m re novels were written written writ j jten
ten than at present The making of ofbooks ofbooks ofhooks
books has increased marvelously marvelousl durin durinthe during duringthe duringthe
the nineteenth century centuryThe celtury celturyThe centuryThe
The prevalence of the short story stor is isusually i isusually
usually usualy accounted for f r in the careless carelessremark carelessremark carelessremark
remark that people nowadays have no notime nolim notImet
lim tImet time to read novels or to write them in inthe inthe intheold
the theold old three threevolume threevolume volume fashion But it is isQoubtful isdoubtful j
doubtful whether this is the reason or orthe orthe orthe
the whole reason at any rate The old oldtime oldtme oldtime
time tme novels are still stil read probably as aswidely asvidely aswidely
widely as ever Scott and Dickens are arenot arenot arenot
not now the only novelists novelits in the Held Heldbut feld feldbut fieldbut
but most people peruse their works at atcome atGome atsome
come time or other and there are more morepeople morepeople morepeople
people now who read novels than thn there therewere therewere therewere
were seventyfive seventyfe or fifty ffty years ago agoThe agoThe go goThealegaton
The Thealegaton allegation that thaLthere there is is no time tme now nowfor nowfor nowtor
for novel reading will wl hardly hold true truewhen truewhen truewhen
when it is considered that David Cop Copperfield Copperfeld Copperfield
perfield perfeld Ivanhoe Ivanoe Vanity Fair and andThe andThe andThe
The Three Threelusketeers Musketeers still sti have their theirpublic theirpublc theirpublic
public publicIV publc publcIt publiclit
IV It is true tre that that the magazines no longer longerpublsh longerpublish j jpublish
publish publsh serials as a matter mater of course coursethough j
though the more imporant important of these pub publications publcat publications ¬
lications lcat ns till t11 contain a novel no el or even even eventwo eventwo i itwo
two or three thrc novels novels each year The Th3mailer Thamaller ThemalIer
mailer magazines often ofen content them tlumnelves themaelves thtmselves
selves with with short stories since they are areIntended areltenied areIntended
Intended ltenied for perusal on railway raiway trains trainsand tains tainsand trainsand
and in other places wheresfiy where stray copiesBre copies copiesare copiesre
are re picked pickcdup up and no n subscriptions subscriptionstaken subsJripton subsrlptionstaken
taken taken Yet when when the matter matte is seriously seriouslyconsidered seriouslyconsidered seriouslyconsidered
considered it will wi be found found lhatthera lhattheraare that there theraare thereare
are as many a y books booksappearing appearing serially serialy as aswhen as asb aswhen
when b n Dickens Dicken edited Household HouseholdWords HouseholdWords HouseholdWords
Words WordsThe WordsThe WordsTherealigifcnce
The Therealigifcnce real significance of the short story storyas storyas i ias
as a literary lerar symptom lies Uesdeeper deeper than thanthis tan tanthis thanthls
this The reading public is larger in num number number number ¬
ber and as a whole better bettreducated educated than thanever tan thanever
ever before beore It I no nolonger longer demands dem nds elabo elaborate el elaoorate bo ¬
rate rat descriptions desclptonsand and explanation epl natoD be because because ¬
cause they have hvebe become ome trite and unnec unnecessary unnecessary ¬
essary essar through repetition repetion To a apubUc public publicwhich publicwhich
which has already read Scotts historical historicalnovels historicalnovls
historical historicalnovel
novels novel the historical llisorlcalnovelst novelist of ottte o the pres present prestday preseiit ¬
ent tday day need not nt give an elaborate l borate pic picture picture plctare ¬
ture ol the Cays ys of oJ King King Richard Rchard I That ThatVork Tbatork Thatwork
work ork Tin h has a been done Moreover oreover much mucbot mucbotthe of ofthe ofthe
the fiction fcton of oJ today today Is concerned with wih fa familiar famiar Zniniliar ¬
miliar miar scenes scenesan antrcharacters aracters and long de descriptions descrptons doscrlptlons ¬
scriptions scrptons of tese these would be tiresome tiresomeThese tiresomehes tiresomeThese
These hes things thlngsbv have conspired to make m keboth keboththe both boththe boththe
the short sort story stor and the novel brief bref and andterse andterse andterse
terse and induce the novelist novelst to suggest suggestlocal suggestlocal suggestlocal
local local color by bya a phrase phre rather rater than tan a aparagraph apaagraph aparagraph
paragraph paragraphThe paagraph paragraphThe
The interests of the reading reldg public pubIcare pubIcarewideand are arewide arewide
wide wideand and i it demands demads pictures picture ot otuavast a vast vasto
0 various variouakIds kinds o 0 men They may maybe be
acre nere sketches s1e chcs superficial superficialr up rfcit orth otherwise otherwiseiuf wle wlemt
iuf ut the U emagnzineof magazine of today must present presentlories presentitoriesof presenttories
itoriesof lories of all nlclasses classes of society societyand and all allaces al alaces allaces
aces and natons nations if it t would meet meette meettetmnivorous the themnivorous theunnivor
mnivorous unnivor us wants w nts of its It readers This Thisoines Thisomesroma ThisoincsTroni
oines omesroma oincsTroni froma a taste which ISgrowIng Is Isgrowing growing more morend moremd morend
nd more catholic catholc and tolerant ha as time timeroes tme tmeoe timeroes
roes oe on The day has passed when any anyriagazme anyrgaz anyragazne
rgaz riagazme ne editor can ca afford aford to say as as one onelid oneBdaquarterof onelid
Bdaquarterof lid a quarter of a century centur ago that that he hedoes hedoes hedoes
does not like lke low life UeTere There is a grow growag gow gowng growng
ng interest in humanity humaniy as such in n tie tielurglar te terglar theurglar
> lurglar rglar the tramp tp and the pauper pauperas pauperaseUas as asell asrell
rell ell eUas as in the aristocrat and the genius geniusibis geniusrhis geniusPhis
ibis interest Is thus far somewhat aca acalemlc ac aclemicpeople acalemic
lemlc lemicpeople people who will wil read about the theoor te teoor theoor
> oor and sigh sighovcr over their troubles sentl sentlnentally sent sententaly sentineatally
nentally entaly will wi often oten not lift a finger fnger to tolelp tole1p tohelp
help le1p them tem Yet Y t it Is better that they theyshould tey teyhoud theythould
should houd be interested after afer this thisfashon thisfashonthan fashion fashionhan fashionhan
han not atall better that tat they should bo boiurious bourious benirious
iurious about the lives and customs of ofhe ofthe ofthe
the he Asiatic Asiatc than tha that they should regard regardlira regrd regrd11m regardhim
lira 11m as a heathen heathen little te above the tho brute bruteDnly brtc brtcOnly bruteDaly
Only in this way can the world come to tohat tohat tothat
hat sense seno of brotherhood which will wi lead leado leadto leadto
to o the theprospert prosperity and ad interdependence of ofill otal ofall
ill al alTbe
The Scranton Miners lners Convention ConventionWhile Concnton ConcntonWhie ConventionWhile
While Whie everyone is interested in a aspeedy aspeedy aspeedy
speedy settlement settement of the labor war in inPennsylvania InPennsylvanlabothon inPennsylvania
Pennsylvanlabothon Pennsylvania both bothon on account ac ount of a threat threatened threatine threatcnel ¬
ened ine anthracite anthracie coal oaltarine famine and because becausex becauselong
a x long continuance ontnuace of the strike must mustnvolve mustinv mustinvolve
involve inv lve great ieltsuerlng suffering to the strikers and andheir andtheir nd I Itheir
their families famies it lt would be useless to shut shutiur shutDur shutour
our Dur eyes eyes to the probability probabily that tat a re resumption resumpton resumption ¬
sumpton sumption of otoperatons operations is still stil far off offmless of ofmles offLrnless
mless the Coal Trust Trst is prepared to make makeurther makefurther makerurther
further concessions concessionsdelegates concessionselegates concessionsJelegates
delegates to the Miners Ilers Convention Conventionwhich Conventon Conventonwhich Conventionwhich
which is to tomeet meet in Scranton on Friday Fridayire Fri Fridayare ay ayare
are being elected generally generaly from the theatines thennes theuliaeS
atines nnes whose owners have posted notices noticesof notces notcesot noticesof
of advance advace But in many and perhaps perhapsmost perhapsmost perhapsmost
most instances instances ihedelegatons the delegations are going goingInstructed goingintructed goingInstructed
intructed Instructed to demand more than has been beenoffered beenoffered
ofered offered From Frm the Reading Railways Railwaysgroup taiways taiwaysgrmlp tailwayagroup I
group of thirtynine mines the represen representatives r represeatatives prese n nttves ¬
ttves tatives of ofth the men men have been Instructed Instructedto Instructedto j jto
to to Insist insist that that the ten per cent advance advanceshall dvance J Jshall I Ishal
shal shall be absolute and irrespective Irrespertve of any anyreduction aY aYreducton anyreduction
I Idelegtons
reducton reduction in the price of powder Other Otherdelegations Otherdelegations
delegtons delegations will wlfdemand demand a written wltenag agree agreement agreemeat e ement ¬
ment that the the advance shall sbal be maintain maintained ¬
ed for a year Others still stil will wi hold out outfor outfor outfor
for recognition recogniion of the union unionIt unionIt unionIt
It is I easy eay to see 5e that as matters maters stand standtoday standtoday standtoday
today the he miners and the Coal Trust Tlust are areby areby I Iby
by no means mens close cose together togeter In their views viewsWhether viewsWhether views5Whether
Whether the convention nventon will wi bring brig them themcloser themcloser themcloser
closer or not t remains to be seen sen It isa is isa Isa
a question quet n as to how far farIr3identMicheI farIr3identMicheIand President Mitchell Mitchelland Mitchelland
and and other leaders may may be b able to control controlaction controlacton controlaction
action acton should they see fit ft to interpose interose their theiractive theiracv theiractive
active acv Influence inflen Infiten to force a settlement setteent A Adelegate Adelegate Adelegate
delegate convention onventon of a thousand members membersis mem ers i iis
is an unwleldly body to handle in the best bestcircumstances bestcircumstance bestcircumstances
circumstance circumstances This one will wl be represen representative representative ¬ i itaUve
tative of constituencies consttuencie wIh with a common commoncause commoncause commoncause
cause and grievances in general generl but ex existing existnb exlatin ¬
istnb latin isting under varying labor conditions conditons in de detail detai detail ¬
tai tail It I will wi probably take some time tie and andpains andpains I Ipains
pains to secure seure a common basis of action actionacceptable acton actionacceptable I Iacceptable
acceptable to t all al elements in the body bodyThat bodyThat I IThat
That however may be accomplished accomplishedwithout accomplshed accomplishedwithout I Iwihout
wihout without great geat difficulty dfculy if i the Coal Col Trust Trustand Trustand I
and its is satellites satellte shall show a fair and andequitable andequitable I Iequiable
equiable equitable disposition dIsposIton If I the terms proposed proposedby proposedby proposedby
by the operators operator so far represent their ulti ultimate Ult Ultmat uitimate ¬
mate mat willingness wUingess to make concessions the thechances thechances thechances
chances would seem to be that a settle settlement sette settemen settlemeat ¬
meat men t is i out of the question qUest on at this tis stage ot otthe ofthe
the struggle It It may bs almcst taken tken for forgranted forganted forgranted II
granted ganted that the te convention coneton will wil demand demad a atime atme atime
time tme agreement if nothing noting more Unless Unlessthe Unles3the Unlessthe
the Coal Trust Tust is prepared to concede that thatat thatat j jau
at au least est the strike is likely I kely to be continued continuedindefinitely contnued continuedindefinitely
indefinitely indefinitelyThere indefniely indefnielyThere indefinitelyThere
There are many interesting interestng develop developments developments developmoats ¬
ments which illustrate iustrte the reaction reacton from fromRepublican fromRepublcan fromRepublican
Republican Republcan apathy of which whichr whichrHanna Mr MrHanna MrHanna
Hanna complained a few weeks ago The Theold Theold Theold
old campaign campaijn of o education educaton plan ap appears appears appears ¬
pears to have have been adopted with differ different difer diferent different ¬
ent adjustments East and West In the theEast theEst theEast
East Est efforts eforts backed by corporate corporte mil millions mi millions ¬
lions lons are being beilg made to bribe Demo Democratic Democratc Democratic ¬
cratic cratc voters to remain away from the thepolls thepols thepolls
polls pols In the West Vest reliance relance is s placed placedupon placedupon
upon ability abity to to hire election electon officers ofcers to tofalsify tofalsity tofalsify
falsify the te returns returns It I is i rather scaly scalybusiness scalybusiness scalybusiness
business to bo suret sure but it represents representsthe rpresent representsthe
the only possible hope for forthe the triumph triumphof
of Mr lIr McKinleyi lcKinley Unless the election electioncan electon electoncan electioncan
can be stolen atolenthrough > through bribery bribsr and crime crimethe crimethe crimethe
the trust ticket tcket is certain of sweepng sweepingdefeat sweepngdefeat sweepngdefeat
defeat defeatThere defeatThere defeatThere
There is a Republican Republcan National Xatonal Commit Committeeman Commi Committeeman
teeman from trm New e Jersey whose name is isMurphy isIurph isMurphy
Murphy Iurph He He declares declare that Mr Ir Bryan has hasbut hasbut hasbut
but one desperate hope hop and that thati it lies inthe in inthe Inthe
the idle and vicious classes clsses Inv In one onesense onesense
sense no doubt the gentleman enteman with the po potato potato potato ¬ I
tato synonym sycny is correct The Te idle class classrepresented clas clasrepresented classrepresented
represented represented by by men of elegant leisure who whobuild whobuid whobuild
build buid palaces out of the te profits profts of rotten rottenbaef rten rottenbeef
beef baeJ contracts and brokerage brokerge in Army Armytransports Ay Armytransports
transports and the vicious vicous class clas con consisting consisting ¬
sisting sislng of trust trul extortioners extortoners and robbers robbershave robbershave robbershave
have indeed managed to alarm and disgust disgustthe disgustthe disgustthe
the country countr to o an extent etent that promises promise an anavalanche annvalanche
avalanche of votes for forth the th Democratic Democratc canr canrdidate C can candidate an andidate
didate which wbch otherwise oterwise he might not notget notget notget
get So in that way the te Idle le and ad vicious viciousclasses viciousclasses
classes may be said to have done some someeffective someeffective
effective efecte missionary misIonar work for the cause aue of ofthe ofthe
the people peopleAs peopleAs peopleAs
As an offset ofset to the enthusiastic entusiastc Demo Democratic Democrtc Democratic ¬
cratic crtc mass mass meeting meefng in Baltimore Baltmore last lastnight lastnight lastnight
night the local Republican Repblcan campaign campaig man managers managers managers ¬
agers got up a afardel farcical run on a a little littledime ltte lttedime littledime
dime savings svings bank by spreading spreadInguntavor spreadInguntavorable unfavor unfavorable unfavorable ¬
able reports reports concerning it Its condition e nditon and andthen andthen andthen
then declaring that the poor people who whopatronize whopatronie whopatronize
patronize patronie it had become alarmed for forfear forfearlIr fear fearMr fearMr
Mr lIr Bryan Bran might be elected and run run o owith of off offwith
with wih their th ir savings Truly Hanna and his hismen hismen hismen
men aie are in desperate straits staits when they theyresort theyresort
resort to such suchpueric puerile means as that to toaffect toafect toaffect
affect afect public publc sentiment sentimentInsincere sentment sentmentIlsincereSuIJpor sentimentinsincere
Insincere IlsincereSuIJpor Support ot o Mclvlnleyv MclvlnleyvFrom MelUnleyFrom lcIGnlCTFrom
From the Cincinnati Cincnnt Enquirer EnquirerGeorge Enqirr EnqirrGere EnquirerGeorge
George Gere F Hoar is not ia incarct earnest in in his hump sup support p pport ¬
port por of President Preidcnt McKinley for fat lie bebu has in ex express e express ¬
press pre terms te denounced d ount the Philippine PhJlppine policy polcy of ofthe ofthe oLthe
the Administration Admtnstrhon as destructive derctve of the Itepublc ItepublcChauncey Republic RepublicChauneey RepublicChauncey
Chauncey M Depew is i hot notinear in earnest t for he has hasdeclared basdelared hasdeclared
declared delared in phraseology phraeolog that cannot cnnt be b misunder misunderstood inder indersO misunderstood ¬
stood sO or given a amodied modified meaning that that the ac acquisition noquiitien C Cqu ¬
quisition qu iton o ol the Philippine Phippine meaning Islands b ds would be ut utterly uttery utterly ¬
terly tery hostile hcte to our ou system of fGoverentAl fGoverentAlertJ Government Al Albert Albeet ¬
bert ertJ J Beveridge is i not in in earnest = e for onlv onr a ashort ashort
Shor short time tme ago o he denounced dn ouneed the Porto Poro foronl Rican Bicanpolicy Ricn Ricnpolc Ricanpolicy
policy imisued by b the President and
polc lUtsue lreident Congress CongressXo Cone ConeSo CogreeLNo
Xo Place Like Home nomeFrom HomeFrom HomeFrom
From the Atchison Atchion Ga Globe GlobeAn CIdbeAn e
An Atchison Atchin man mn took sick Saturday Strdy and de decided d docided ¬
cided cddto to stay home till tf he got rested rested He was wasback wasback wasback
back at work at noon noononday Monday his hi wife wle asked
him 11m wthin within a aew afew few hours houeto to take tke care cr of the baby bby
to chop onions onion for pickles to tog grind nd the the coffee cfee to t
dress de the thccidren children and and to milk the te cow while whilehe
he hwa hewas vas resting restingA retng retngA restingA m
A Point Not Cenred Cleared Up UpProm UpFrom UIFrom
From the t Philadelphia Phiaelphi Record RecordAccording Re RecoaLAccording rd
According Aceord1g to the te Republican Republcn leaders lcder there are aregood aregoo aregood
good goo and bad trusts trss But there Is i nothing nothin to toshow toshow
show Eho that tat the t Republicans Republcan are ar not not quite as assolicitous th thsolicitous
solicitous solctoU for tIe the bad trusts trst as a for the te good sobdones goodonesif =
ones on onesif if indeed ided the latter latt have hve any any existence existenceeave ei existencesave nce nceuve
eave in a their their imaginations imaginationsneal img iznegthationsReal Uion UionR
neal R olGlorof Glory of the tle tli Flag FlafrFrom FJnJ FlagFrom
From Frt the th St Stru Louis ouis Republic RepublicIt Repubi RepubiIt
It is more m regloriou glorious to haul bauldowa down a fa flag In Inthe In Inthe inthe
the name n ninie me of jus justice ce ad and liberty lbertthan than to to let letit letitfat it itfloat itfloat
float fat in the name of f injudici injustice and andtrnn tyranny
Bryan Drnn In New N Yorfc YorkNcar1Y Yorkearlv jfearly at alfOe alfOearragements nIl the theirrangements tilearrangements
arrangements arragements for the the reception eepUon and nen nentertinmetofMr 214 en entertainment entertainment ¬
tertinmetofMr tertainment of Mr Brxan Brxan in New New York Yorlcnext Yorkaext Yorknext
aext next week have havebeencomplele been completed Richard RichardCroker Richrd RichrdCroker c cCroker
Croker 13 is personally personaly superintending 5nperintendlngthe 5nperintendlngthedetaIs the thedetails thedetails
detaIs details which arc projected on a Teryextensive very veryextensive r rextenle
extenle extensive scale About Aboutfft fifty thousand thousanddollars ih thousanddollars usand usanddolars
dolars dollars will W III beepCdedlnc be expended In carrying rrYin but butthe Outthe
the programme progame and ad alt ot this tis money jnoneywill moneywill oney x xwIl
wIl will come from trm Tammanys Tamays treasury treasuryThe trcasur treasuryThe
The huge mass ms meeting mectn In i Madison MadisonSquare M MadisoaSquare disoI
Square Squae Garden which which will wi be addressed addressedby addresed addresedby addressedby
by Mr M Bryan on the evening evening of the te 16th 16this 16this 1 1is
is only one of the features feature ot the pro programme programe programnse ¬
gramme grame Eight st stations Uons foe for platform platformspeeches patorm patformspeeches J Jspeeche
speeche speeches will wi be b built buitbclween between the te Bridge Bridgeand Bridgeand Bridgeand
and the Bronx Bron and there tere will i be more or orlesa orless
less marching maching between these tese points pointsThese voIts voItsThese pointsThese I I Iworls
These stations sttons also will wi be used as nsfe fire fireworks fireworks ¬
works centres c ntres One One ot the te features fcatresot ot otthe ofthe t tthe
the illumination lumin ton w1 will be bombs that tat inburstng in inbursting inbursting
bursting burstng give but outr a a fierce f rce white light lightagainst lg1t lg1taginst liglitagainst
against which there will be thrown mot mottoes mottoes mottoes ¬
aginst hic t re wi bet iw
toes and pictures Croker Crker has ordered orderedthat orered oreredthat orderedthat
that no searchlights searchlght be thrown thr w upon uponpri uponprivate pri private pr ¬ 1 1vate
vate houses or other oter buildings buiding where the thelight thelght thelight
light lght will wll be objectionable objectonable during dtringthe the ex exercises exercises cxercises ¬
ercises ot of the night A frame 30 by 40 40eet feet feetmade I Imade
made of netting nettng and bamboo rods Is to be besuspended besuspended i isuspended
suspended about 1000 feet teet above Broad Broadway Broadway ¬ I Iway
way at night nIght and aginst against this screen screenwill screenwIl I Iwill
will wIl be thrown the pictures of Bryan BryanStevenson BryanStevenson I IStevenson
Stevenson Stanchfield StanchfeldMackey Mackey and eth ether Gther ¬ i ier
er notable Democrats Democrts Appropriate Appropriattmot Appropriattmottoes Appropriatmot mot mottoes ¬ I Itoes
toes also will lUbe be displayed upon this thiihuge thishuge i ihuge
huge screen so that the doctrines of the theDemocracy theDemocracy theDemocrncy
Democracy can be be re read a by wayfarers wayfarersmiles wayfarersmies waytarorsmiles
miles mies away Mr Bryan Brya will wi make makeffty makefftyone fifty fiftyone fiftyone
one speeches speche In the State Stteand and he hen will bs bstalking b btalking betalking
talking almost constantly constanty from fro1the the hour hourof houl houlot hourof
of ot his arrival arival next nex Tuesday Tuesdy until u ti he heleaves heleaveS heleaves
leaves the Empire Epire State Stte The originl originlplan original originalplan originalplan
plan was for Mr r Bryan Bran to make only onlyfour onlyfour onlyfour
four speeches during his visit to New iSTewYork NewYorl ew ewYork
York but it has ha been decided that the theplan theplan theplan
plan of compaign can be best developed developedtoy
by the tb partys standardbearer making makingas
as many speeches as as his strength will willpermit wil willpermit
permit permitHarrison p permitIfarrison rmit rmitlnrdsnn
Harrison lnrdsnn Still Slleut Slelthe SlleutThe The Hon HonBen HonBenjami Ben Benjamin Benjamin ¬
jamin jami Harrison Harrison is istle the guest gest of the Hon HonWhitelaw HonWhielaw HonWhltelasv
Whitelaw Whielaw Reid at t Ophlr Farm Fam And And there thereby thereby thereby ¬
by hangs angs a tale It I will 1 be remembered rememberedthat rememberedthat rememberedthat
that that when General Harrison emerged from fronhis fromhis om omhis
his retreat in the Adirondacks a a week ago agohe agohe agohe
he said he was In a great geat hurry to get getback getback getback
back to Indiana Indiana For this reason among amongothers amongothers amongothers
others he found foud it impossible to make a aspeech a aspeec aspeech
speech speec write wrie a a piece or do anything else elsefor elsefor elsefor
for for Mr r McKinley 3fcKinle The beH HOEr U Nathan Nathan Bay BayScott BayScott y yScott
Scott who wh is i supposed to have charge of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the spellbinding business of Mr r Hannas Hannasmachine Hannaamachine
splbinding Hnnaa Hnnaamachine
machine pleaded pleded long long and ad earnestly earlesty but butto butl butto
to no effect efect with wit General Generl Harrison at the theFifth theFifh theFifth
Fifth Fifh Avenue venue Hotel to do something sometin forth for forthe forthe
the th national natonal ticket tcket Then the Mephis Mephistophelean Mephistophelean Mephistopbelean ¬
tophelean Manley anleYot of Maine rane tried tie his hand handon handon handon
on Harrison Harrson I am a too to busy at present to totalk totalk totalk
talk write wie or think about a utpolUc politics said saidthe saIdthe saidthe
the ex erPesident exPresldent President to Manley as ahe he had said saidto saidto saidto
to Scott Scot and then the big Hoosier Hosier rushed rushedback rshed rshedback rushedback
back to his apartments aparme sas as It 1the he werepack werepacking weI were pack packing packlog ¬
ing his traps to t leave Immediately imediately for forHoosierdom forHoosierdom forHooslerdom
Hoosierdom Hoosierdom Enter the Hon on Whitelaw WhitelawReid 1Yhlelaw 1YhlelawReid WhitelawReid
Reid tall tal pale and silent sient as a becomes become an anaristocrat anarstocat anaristocrat
aristocrat arstocat and ad with a fine fne contempt for forthe forthe forthe
the Hanna crew which can c be felt only by bythe bythe bythe
the old families tamies of o New York Be it itkaown itknown itknown
known that tat while whie Mr Ir Reid is an Ohioan Ohloanand Ohioanad Ohioanand
and ad his brilliant briiat wife wie is a Californian CaIornlan still stillhe sti stillhe
he moves in that charmed circle crcle of old oldfamilies oldfamies oldfamilies
families famies in New York which has not yet yetbeen yetbeen et etbeen
been penetrated peetrated by the Hannaltes Hannales and the thehorde te tehorde thehorde
horde of new rich ric that clamor at Hannas Hannasheels HanMs HanMsheels Hannasheels
heels Off Of to Ophir Farm did dldMr Mr Reid Reidcarry Red Redcarry Reidcarry
carry General Harrison Harison They were were com companions companions companions ¬
panions in joy and misery In 1892 and ad they theyhave theyhave theyhave
have been fine fne friends ever since Though ThoughHarrisons ThoughHarrisons ThoughHarrisons
Harrisons Western admirers admirer will wUlalwys wUlalwysbeleve sylil always alwaysbelieve alwaySbelieve
believe beleve that he was w s i defeated fe ied r fofreelectlon fofreelectlonby fot rreel reelection reelectionby Uon Uonby
by the burden of Reid still stl General Har Harrison Harrison Harrison ¬
rison is philosopher ph oscher enough enough to be content contentout cOntentout contentout
out of office ofce and ad he has never been beeninduced beeninduced beeninduced
induced to regard his friend Reid with withmisgivings wit withmisgivings
misgivings or regret Indeed it is known knownthat knowntbat knownthat
that General Harrison very ve gladly would woulddo woulddo woulddo
do Mr Reid a good turn Just at this thisjuncture thisjuncture thisjuncture
1 1serice
juncture the Indianan India an can cn be of very ver great greatservice geat greatservice
service serice to the editor edior Mr lr Reid wants want to toround toround toround
round out his h sp public blc career career as as Ambassador Ambassadoreither Ambassador Ambassadoreite Ambassadoreither
either to the Court of St SL James or the theRepublic theRepublic
eite te teHepublc
Republic Hepublc of France Frnce He asked for this thislatter thIslater thislatter
latter later honor when the Government Goverment first firstfell frst frstfel firstfell
fell fel into the hands of Mr r Hanna Hannalr HannalrReid Mr MrReid MrReid
Reid was ws turned down For a while whie he hesulked hesulked hesulked
sulked and his newspaper said bitter bitterthings bitterthings bitterthings
things about both bot Mr Hanna and Mr Mc McKinley McKIaley c cJinn ¬
Kinley Jinn y His newspaper is supporting slpprtng them themnow themnow themnow
now but but it is very ver well wel understood undertood that thatthis thatthis thatthis
this support is perfunctory and formal formalNow forml formlNow formalNow
Now the greatest greatest desire of Mr Hanna Hann at atthe atthe atthe
the present time tme is to get General Har Harrison HarrIson Harrisen ¬
rison to raise his voice in Indiana Mr MrReid MrReid 11
Reid knows this and appreciates fully fUly the thevalue te tevalue thevalue
value to Mr lr Hanna of getting gettng General GeneralHarrison GeneralHarrison GeneraHarrison
Harrison on the stump in Hoosierdom HoosierdomWherefore HoosierdomWrrefore HoosierdomWherefore
Wherefore Wrrefore if i while whie the exPresident is isat isat Isat
at Ophir Opbr Farm Mr Ir Reid Reid should be author authorized autor autorized authorIzed ¬
ized to notify Mr r Hanna that tht General GeneralHarrison GeneralHarrIson GeneralHarrison
Harrison is willing wiling to make a speech 01 01two 01two ottwo
two In Indiana or to issue a statement statementadvocating statementadvocatng statementadvocating
advocating advocatng the reelection reelecton of Mr McKin McKinley McKlnley 1cKinley ¬
ley Mr lr Reid would be in a position posion towring to towring towring
wring from Hanna a positive positve promise of ofan o oan ofan
an Ambassadorship Within Wihin Tithia a few days daystherefore daystheretore daystherefore
therefore theretore some decisive move move can ca be belooked belooked belooked
looked for on the part of General Generl Har Harrison HarTison Harneon ¬
rison neon and then if Mr M McKinley is re reelected reelected reelected
elected and Mr Hanna turns tur down Mr MrReid 1I MrReid
Reid again agin there tler will wi be more touble toublefor trouble troublefor troublefor
for the next Administration AdmInIstraton than the pres present present present ¬
ent one has had in keeping Mr Reid and andhis andhis andhis
his friends In line lineSpooner lne lneSlooner lineSpooner
Spooner for the Cabinet Cnblncte The Hon HonJohn HonJohn HonJohn
John C C Spooners Sponers voluntary yol tar declination declinationmade delnaton delnatonmae declinationmade
made mae months mons ago without witoutappaen apparent apparent cause causeto causeto causeto
to again aan stand stnd for election electon to the Senatefrom Senate Senatefrom Senatefrom
from Wisconsin Wi nsin at last is being accounted accountedfor accountedfor accountedfor
for It is said that that he has been promised promiseda propised propiseda
a place in the the Cabinet In I the te event of Mr MrMcKinleys Mrreelectonand MrMcKinleys
McKinleys reelection reelectonand and that that he h will willsucceed wl willsucceed
succeed cced the te Hon H onE Ethan han Allen len HltchcocKas HltchcocKasSecretary HitChcOCk as asSeretary asSecretary
Secretary Seretary of the Interior This explains explainsSenator exlains exlainsSenator explainsSenator
In life Ufacampaign mecapaign lifecampaign
Senator Spooners great geat activity acivIt
campaign capaign When Wen he announced his hi deter determination determlnaton determinatlon ¬
mination mlnaton not not to ask for reelection reelecton to the theSenate theSeate theSenate
Senate Seate It was generally gneraly thought that thisforeshaowed this thisforeshadowed thisforeshadowed
foreshadowed foreshaowed his permanent perm nentretremenl nentretremenltrom retirement retirementfrom retirementfrom
from public publc life le and that he would take takeno takeno takenopart
no nopart part prt in this tis campaign cmpaig But he haibeen haibeenon has been beenon beenon
on on the stump stumpalm0t almost constantly constanty fora foramonth for a amonth amonth
month and it I is conceded cnceded that his elo eloquence eloquencehas eloquence ¬
quence quencehas has done Mr Ir McKinley considerable considerablegood cOnsiderablegood nsiderablegoo
good goo in n the close States of the the West It Itis I ItIs
is i also said that tat Senator Spooners recent recentvisit recentvisit recentvisit
visit to the President at Canton was was forthe for forthe forthe
the sole purpose purposeof ot f clinching cHnehingte the Cabinet Cabinetbargain Cainet Cainetbrgain Cabinetbargain
bargain brgain The promise of a portfolio portfolo it is isstated isstedwJSmad isstated
stated stedwJSmad war made to him by Mr lrHaila lrHailaand Hanna Hannaarid Hannaand
arid and naturally naturaly the Senator being not a agreenhorn ageenhor agreenhorn
greenhorn geenhor i in politics pantcswanted wanted to to get from fromMr fromMr fromMr
Mr McKinley 1cKIleYa a positive positve endorsement of ofMr ofMr ofMr
Mr Hannas promise Senator Spooner iswelequipped is iswell iswell
well welequipped equipped for the te dutesot duties of Secretary Secretaryof
of the Interior and ad his hi Washington Wahlngtontrie friends frieudsare friendsare ds dsare
are glad to learn Ienr that tat thee there is a aprospct aprospctof prospect prospectof
of his residence In this tls city l for a longerperiod longer longerperiod longerperiod
period than tan was wa indicated by his hIs seeming seemingdetermination seemingdetermiaton seemingdeterminatloatoquit
determination determiaton determinatloatoquit to quit qUitpublc public office officeThree ofce ofceSS offlceSHIPS
Three Th reePh Philadelphia il e 1111 in Colliers GIicrseset Xensed Xensedin Leilsediii
in i the theSontb theSontbNOROLK Son South SouthNORFOLK tli tliNORFOLK
NORFOLK NOROLK Va Va Oct9 Oct 9 9Thcrci Thcrearen There are now nowlying nowlying v vlyig
lying lyig off of the pier of theget the great Lamberts LambertsPoint Lamberts LambertsPointcoaUngstaton LambertsPoint
Point PointcoaUngstaton coaling station in this harbor arbr three threefloating thre threefloating
floating foatng evidences evidence of the te fact fct that the tecoal tecoalcarring coal coalcarrying coalcarrying
carrying carring railroads riroads do not believe beleve the te strike strikeof strikeof strikeof
of the anthracite antracie miners of Pennsylvania Pennsylvaniais Penns lvanial lvanialisneara
is isneara near an end endThese endThese d
These Thee evidences eidencesare are three steamships steamshipsmore steamshipsmo steamshipsmore
more mo refa familiar ila r to Philadelphia Phiadel1h i seafarers seafarersthan seafarersthan s sthan I
than hereabouts herea1outs They Te are re the Reading Readingthe Readingthe
the Lancaster and the te Harrisburg and andwere andwere I Iwere
were formerly forerly used by the exporters exporters and andcoastwise an11 an11coastwlse andconsthlae
coastwise shippers S ero of f the product prod UCi of O the theanthracite theaathraelt5
hpPo hpPoero
anthracite anthracie mines nieso ot Pennsylvania PennsylvaniaThe Pennylvania
The e vessels esselshav6 have been leased leasei to t those thoseshippers thoseshippers I Is1pprswh
shippers s1pprswh who handle h and leOV over t the be big coal cal piers piersat pie pierSatLamberts
at atLamertsJointte atLamberts Lamberts i Point the product of the West WestVirginia WestViginia Westltfrglnia I
Virginia Viginia flat t top coal coa region where the thefamous thefamous hei
famous faous Pca Pocahontas ontas steam coal coalisproduc is produced producedThey d i
I They her will supply coaling coalng stations statons Government Govern Gqvernmeht Governmeat
meat ships shiP coastwise oatwise and andfor foreign coal coalyards coalyards J Jn
yards yardsMarine n yardsMarlne L LMJrleme
Marine MJrleme men declare eclar t that athadt had there been heenany beeu3ncanceof beenany
any 3ncanceof chance of an aearys early settlement tement ot the thestrike thestrike i istlkethc
strike stlkethc the anthracite anthrate carriers would wouldever wouldeverhave wouldneverhave jiever jieverhave
have been leased leaeg to the tesof thesoft soft coal dealers dealersof dealersofthe of ofI oftheSOuth
I the theSOuth South S uth
t dU
CouKresHiiicn GonreSKwen antlr nnt uuil4trmy Array rY Ofllcew OfllcewIncrease 01er 01erInceneTeh J JIncreaSe
Increase InceneTeh TSieiiif fIncoJe fIncoJeThe Income IncomeThe IncomeThe
The bi bill recently recenty presented pre ee ented ted to the Gov GovTnment Govrnment Govrnnient
Tnment for theexp the expenses expqnsesoL felf of an In Irish wake wakeecalls wakepcaUs wakeecalls
ecalls pcaUs many mnr simIlar0pnQa simlar onQ that tat the Treaa Treaairy Teas I IrI
iry rI is expected to to pay Accounts Accouts for for1very tor i
conceivable on el va ble purpose pupose are filed fed and andhe nd ndhe andhe
he claimants clalantsae are generally ie 1eraUY erally most Jost indig indigrcanton
finding 1dingthat that Jthe ionied theTalted Xinlted States tntes de defines delnesto dolines ¬
fines lnesto lines to acku ackuowledgiS wledg ti them themDeep themDeep m mDeep
Deep down dow in hi hi heart the the average averagesitizens averageitzens averageItizens
sitizens itzens wants wans the th s Government Gov rnment to assist assistn aslst aslstn
n his hi support suppor and andh he neyer never never neglects an anpportunlty anpportunity n nportuity
> pportunlty portuity for filing flng a bill b 1 for fr services servicesendered serices sericesendered servicesendered
endered said sd a aTre Treasury suyofclal official yester yesterlay
lay The Th desire is not confined to toplebeian tolebeiau
clerks c1erkand and tradespeople It Itfour Itfourshe flour flourshes floursheajust
shes she sheajust just as aluslly aslustily lustily In the te bosom bosono ot Sena Senaors Senaor Senaors
and It Is surprising surprisingyhat
ors or Representatives Reprsentatvcs Jt 1 surrsing
little subterfuges are employed by byhe byheSolon byhe
he heSolon Splons of the th Government Governent In milking milkingJie miking milkinghe
Jie administrative cow to the te uttermost uttermostne uttermostnco
> ne nco ot the te favorite fvorie methods method Is in building buildingip buidIng buidIngp
ip p big mileage mieage accounts accouts The e Senators Senatorsind Senatorsmd
Representatives Representtves who fix f their own owntalaries ow
have decided decide on on taking 20 cents cent a anile
nile for or all al distances distnce8 traveled traveled on on Govern Governnent Gover Goverent
ent business buiness As that Includes Icludes coming comingo comiig comiigo
o Washington and reurning home the thenilcage theieage thenileage
nilcage ieage Is considerable coniderable It would leave
i handsome margin of profit proft even though thoughhe tough
Congressmen paid the usual rates rtes for fortickets
tickets and as almost amostwlhout without exception exceptionhey excepton
travel trvel on passes the sum is pure pureprofit
profit profitBut
But the Senators are not often orencontet content contentwith
with th travelngover traveling over the shortest S h ortes tusual usual usualroute
route which whi is the basis for honest honeslpay pay payment ¬ 1
of Government mileage mieage They hunt hunttip
the most mo st intricate hitrC ate routes i imaginable imaginablein mag IDa ble I
in order to make their mileage nieage the te bigger biggerHavings
ving settled setted on u 1 s schedule that is as aslong
long ng as the te conscience of the legislator legislatorwill
will permit of adoption the solon bases basesall bases
all his mileage mieage bills bis on that tatand thatand and then thentravels thentravcls thentravels
travels over ver the shortest shorest roads on which whichhe
he happens to have a pass In In the case caseof cse
of Pacific Pacifc Coast CotCongressmen C ast Congressmen this thi is an anImportant
Important mP rtat Item l m Even E v e nal allowing O W ing only onlY 3500 3500miles
each way for the te trip tip the mileage mileageIs mieage mieagei8
Is 700 and when two round tripsaiC trips arc arcmade
yearly that tat comes to 2800 280 It la lamore t tmOla tamore
more than 50 0 per cent of an Increase t tthe tthe ti tithe <
the salary of the Congressmen Congessmen and It iT Li Liusually l
usually pure pure profit profitArmy proft proftArmy profitArmy
Army Army officers ofcers are also alo great geatsUcklers sticklers sticklerstor
mileage mleaehe The law provides that tat when whentraveling whentravelng whentraveling
traveling travelng on noIcial official business unaccompa unaccompanied uncmpa uncmpanied unaCCOmPanied ¬
nied by troops top8 they tey theyshal shall shal be paid at atte atterat the therate therate
rate rat of 7 cents a a mile mleRlways Railways do not notordinarily notordlnariygl notordinarily
ordinarily ordlnariygl give passes pasaea to t Army Ary men but butsell butsel butsell
sell sel them tem halffare halfar tickets tcket on application applicationThat applcton applctonThat applicationThat
soldier soldierwho soldierwho soldierwho
That means a a good go cleanup clea upt to the te
who has ba to go goon on a a long trip tip It Is ac accepted 8C 8Ccepteda accepted ¬
cepteda cepted as perfectly perfecty legitimate letmate by the offi officers omcersot oil oilcers ¬
cers cersot ot the Treasury Treasury who pay reasonable reasonableaccounts reasonableaccounts reasonableaccounts
accounts accounts without wItout a murmur mumur But not long longago longag longago
ago Army officers ofcers stationed staton d here on duty at atthe a at atthe
ag the War Department Deprtentogsending began sending In bills billsfor ble bletor blilafor
for mileage mleage whenever they went we t down to tothe tothe tothe
the Marine Barrajcka Bara or the te Navy Nav Yard YardThe Yar YardThe
The Thedistncefron distance from the State Stte War and andNavy andNavy andNavy I
Navy Navy Building Buldng Is i about abot three tree miles mie so that thatthe thatte thatthe
the te mileage mieage account acount would be 42 cents cnt and andthe andthe andthe
the actual 8ctal outlay outay for or street car ca fare would wouldbe wouldbe vouldbe
be 813 S 13cents 13 cents The T auditors audItr however howevernipped howevernipped howevernIpped
nipped that tht schemes sceme In in the bud No mile mileage mie mieage mileago ¬
Yard age Is Is now noW paid on On i iThe tThe n trips tps i iThe to the te Navy NavyYard NavyYard NavyYard
The Government GovernmentCalows allows for or tips Up to t por porters pr prter portees =
tees ter at the rate rateof of 25 cents cnt a a day A fa favorite favorite j jvorite
vorite dodge dde of o Government Gvermet employee who whoare whoar whoare
ar are e in the field feld is to t present Presnt bills bUs for par porterage parternge ¬
terage at the rate of oJ 25 cents cnt for each day daythus daythus daythus
thus spent away from home The Audi Auditors Aud Auditora ¬
tors Office Ofce can do little ltte to check cek the te abuse abusebut abusebut abusebut
but but there tere is I a growing1 gowing growlngiausplcion fsusplcon suspicion that in1 in1many In Inmany
many Iny cases ces the items iefs of porterage prterage go di directly directy dlrectly ¬ I
recty rectly into int the pocket poket of ofihe the claimant caimat him himself himsel himself ¬
self sel selfLIEUT
selL I IThe
The Second ConrtSIjirtlnl GO rt1 U tnl0 on the theGhnrKe th9 th9Charge
Charge of Drunkenness DrunkennessSecretary flrunleennessSecretary
Secretary Secretar Longlias Longllt Long h s cabled orders orers for the thetrial thetrial thetrial I
trial by courtjnrartlal courtni4gtiai4Lt a at t Lisbon U on Portugal Portugalof PartugaIofLieut
of ofLieut Lieut Patrick PatrickW W Hourlgan Hourign U S N on ona ona ona
a charge charge charge5 charge5of of oJ drunkenness Lieutenant LieutenantHourigan Leutenat LeutenatHourgan LieutenantHourlgaaiz
Hourigan Hourgan Hourlgaaiz 4s is serving as aigat navigator = i of oC the theLancaster thoLncater theLancaster
Lancaster Lncater under Commander H B Mans Mansfield Mansfield ran ¬
field feld The trial will wil be held on October 15 15and 15and 15and
and as this thIs is the second secondtmewitbin time timewlthia within a ayear ayear ayear
year that tht the officer ofcer has been courtmar courtmartifled courtmarteled courtmartialed
tifled teled for the te same sme offence ofence It is thoughtthat thought thoughtthat thoughtthat
that he will wi be dismissed dismised from the serv service ser seryice ¬
Lieutenant Hourigan is one of the mpst mostpopular mpstpopular mpstpopular
popular officers ofcers in the Navy Nav and worked workedhimself workedhimsel workedhimself
himself himsel up by sheer merit He has ha many manyfriends manyfriends
friends in this city ct His Hs record was was waao waaogood so sogood sogood
good that the decision in the last court courtmartial courtmartal courtmartial
martial martal was ws but the the loss ot five fve numbers numbersThe number numbersThe
The officer ofcer entered the Naval Academy Academyfrom Academyfrom Academyfrom
from New York in 1S76 iG and Is a native nativeo natve natveot
o ot 01 that State StateBANK StateBA StateBANi
An Elizabeth Elzn1H1 X NTInstitutloit J Institution Intlnton Said Saidto Snid Snidto Saidto
ELIZABETH N J Oct Oct 9 9The The absence absenceof absenceoJ
of oJ William Wiiam Scrieber Srieber one of the confidential confidentialclerks con confidentialclerks dentl dentlclerks
clerks of the te Elizabethport Elzabethporl Banking Com Company Cm Cmpany Cornpany ¬
pany for the past two two months has caused causedno ened enedno
no little ltte comment Scrieber is a a single singleman singleIn singleinset
man In and lived with wit his his sister on Reid ReidStreet ReidStreet ReidStreet
Street and was fond of lively lvely company companyThe companyTe companyThe
The Te directors diretor at first frst asserted that tat the themissing te temissing themissing
missing clerks accounts were were all al rtghi I but butit butIt butit
it is now claimed caimed by them tem that tt the bank bankhas bankhas bankhas
has suffered a loss of over 50000 OOO as as an anexamination anexamination I Iexaminaton
examination examinaton of Scrfebers Scrfebersbook books has been beenmade beenmade i imade
made It I is said thathe that he went away on his hisvacation hisvacation
vacation August 2 for two weeks and that thathe thathe thathe
vcton Augst j
he went to New Yorl York where he became becameacquainted becameacquanted becameacquainted
acquainted acquanted with wih a woman woman and engaged an anexpensive anexpensive anexpensive
expensive flat fat which he h furnished furished lux luxriously luxu luxuriously luxurlously ¬
riously He then went to Saratoga where whereit whereIt
it is said he paid 20 per day for board for forhimself forhmel forhimself
himself hmel and ad friend It I is also said he be became became became ¬
came acquainted acquaited with Joe Joe VendSg Vendlgwho Vendlgwhogave who whogave whogave
gave him hi tps tips on the races race and ad that he hewon hewon hewon
won won 10000 1000 on onteCorbettI the CprfaettMcCoy Coy prize prizeffght prizefght prizeffghL
ffght ffghtThree fght
ffghLThree Three Tree weeks weks ago ag it is ISreportedScrieber ISreportedScrieberand reported Scrieber Scrieberand Scrieberand
and and the te woman woma sailed saied for Paris The loss lossto lossto lossto
to the bank was made good odby by the te direr directors dec dirertore ¬ I
torswhoare tore who are reticent re reticent cent about the te affair afair It Itis Itis
is understood that tat Scribers SCbers bondsman bondsma the theAmerican theAmerican theAmerican I
American Surety Company COnpay is diligently diligentlylooking digenty diligentlylooking I
looking for him his hi bond being for 5000 5000He 5000He 5000He
He had been with Wih the bank ban I for ten years yearsScriebers yearsScriebers
Scriebers alleged aleged method metod of stealing stelngwg stelngwgthe stealingwag stealingwagthe was wasthe
the fixing fxngot of the te dally diy book bok for depositors depositorsThe deposlors deposlorsThedepcsiors depositorzThe
I Ia
The Thedepcsiors depositors pass book bookand and ledgers were wereall wereall
all a I right but bU t these thes were enof not posted every everyday e everyday ver II IIdayand
day dayand and it appears to have been an l easy easymatter easymatter easymatter
matter to blind blnd those tos wh whft wh casually casaly lookedover looked lookedover lookedover
over the pages or the depositors deposior generalbook general generalbook eneral eneralbook
book No No run onthe on thebank ankisexp is expected cted as asthe asthe asthe
the bank is financjallyjotrong financjallyjotrongTO fnancalntong fnancalntongTO
DnugIters Dungliters of BrsclU Brescti Under der Guard Guarjlinnsliip Gnnrdinnsbi Guardinnahip
innsliip innsbi of the the Paterson ateron Group GroupPATERSON GroUIJPATERSONN GroupPATERSON
PATERSON PATERSONN NJ N J jDct Jct9 Oct 9 9During During During the theinvestigation theinvestgton theInvestigation
investigation investgton Tiere ete Into to alleged aleged plots plotsthat plotsthatresuUed plotsthat
that thatresuUed resulted in the theasaasslnaton assassination of ofKing ofKing ofKing
King Humbert Bruno Brunolazzota Mazzotta who is isregarded isreg isregarded
regarded reg rdedas as a leader Ieadel0 and a prominent prominentadvocate prominentadvocate prominentadvocate
advocate of Anarchist Anarchit principles said saidthere sadthere saIdthere
there are are Anarchists Anarcist in Paterson and andother andother andother
other American cities citiesThe ctes ctesThe citiesThe
The Paterson group he he testified testfed knew knewof knewoJ knewof
oJ of no plot to kilttheiKinsr Idlfthei kilt theiKing KIng He declares declaresit declareswas
it was the act of ani an ansindivldunl individual I It was wasadmitted was wasadmitted
admitted admited that thatafunq afun4 a fun4 had hd been raisedand raised raisedand raisedand
and that that the the guardianship rdiasbpor of the twolttle two twolittle twolittle
little lttle Breed Br e sc i girls g irIs children Chidren of O f the regi regicide regicide regicide ¬
cide had been pledged pled ed to It Its memter membership memtership ¬
ship by bI Mrs l1rs Bread Brescthat that they might be beeducates beeducated beeducated
educated as Anarchists AnarchistaDetectives AnarchistsDetecyes
Detectives DeteG Detecyes es Lord Tordand and Taylor ayler testifed testifedthat testified testifiedthat testifiedthat
that a careful a reruIlnv Investigation cstigat ion by bythep the pollca pollcashowed OliC OliCshowed oflrshowed
showed no evidence evlden e of an Anarchist Aarchist or organization organizaton organizatlon ¬
ganization ganizaton and n the police palko had no knowledge know knowedge ¬
edge of otso social ial or individual individual Anarchists AnarchistsThe Anarch AnarchIstsThe st
The session was ws secret Commissioner CommissionerTrimble
Trimble Ttlmble tim bleand and his associate a Sociat e Comte 0 m t e Prato Pratothe prato pratotherepicentatJve Pratothe
the therepicentatJve representative ot the Italian Itlan Gov Government Gayernmcnt ¬
ernment er mcnt declined decined to togive give any Informaton Informa Information informatloa ¬
tion ton but Mazzotta Mazzota and ad his friends feDd hope hopeto hopetos hopeto
tos to spread their tbelt doctrines d OctIhleS with Wih the t he pub publication publcatonot publication ¬
lication lcatonot of the proceedings proceedingsMazzotta prcceeings prcceedingsMazzotta
Mazzotta nazzottRdmit admitted d there had hd been beensUbscripton a asubscription asubscription
subscription sUbscripton raised before befoxe Brescl Bresci sailed sailedfor saied saiedfor sailedfor
for Europe Eurpe I It was for ot the propaganda propagandaI
he caid ld Bresclwashis Bread was his friend friendc He ba balieved b9tat believed
lieved that tat he had visited vI sied Italy Itly on onp per psrsonal persoRfi1 r rsona
sonal sona business btsies It was wasd denied nied by Max Mazzotta Maxzotta ta ¬
zotta ta thiif thzslie he e bad b drec received vedtrcm from Milan MUana a acablegraia aeablegrafl
cablegraia Cableg ra tOf of congratulation co ngJatulatonon on the thedeath tMdcatJof
death of the King Kin
ucreasc ot o It It Hje Culture Cu1 Caitsire r In Recent RecentYenrx Recent RecentS
Years YenrxJohn YcnrJo1nC YearsJohn
John Jo1nC C Covert American Amercn Consul at atiyohs at
France in a recent r c nt report to the thestate thetateD
state tateD Department parl Jt describes cescri eS the the large largeTowlh
ofjthe of thebeetsugr beet sugar lidustI industry in that thatouutry that
l in recent years According According to toJr toIr
Jr Covert C Yert the French Fenchise use relatively relatvely a aimall
quantity quanty of oJ any kind kIId of sugar but
i arietyiMr large largeproprtion proportion of r It t Is of f the beet beetarietyi
Mr Covert quotes quots lagely largely from rom a work vorkjust
just issued by Jf 1f Jules ules Reloton Helot on Beet BeetSugar
Sugar In France ance from 1800 to 1900 He Hesays
The T 6bginningo beginning o of the industry Industr in France Francewas Frnce
was really realytder under Napoleon Napleon r in 181012 181012when 1111
when he heestbIshed established five fve great greatscoolsfor greatscoolsforstudy schools for forstudy forstudy
study and instruction Instructon Ia in sugar sugr chemistry chemistryand cheJistry cheJistryand chemistrYand
and four large imperial sugar mills mls ex exempt e eempt exempt ¬
empt from all al taxation taxationil taxton taxtonMHelot
il MHelot Helot follows the discoveries discoveres and andInventions andinven andinventions
Inventions inven onsbywhich by which the yield of ot the beet beethas beetha beethas
ha has been Increed Increased from 2 per pr cent in 1810to 1810 1810to 1810to
to 12 per cent in 1900 1900There 190 190lbere 190GThere
There are ar now in France 340 sugar sugarfactories sugr sugrfactorIes augarfactories
factories the average averge production prouctonotwhich prouctonotwhichhas of which whichhas whichhas
in eighteen years yearsThey
has increased increafd threefold threeold
They consume 540000 pounds of beets beet ev every e eerYtw evcry ¬
cry erYtw twentyfour ntyfour hours haus The average averge dally dallyconsumption daly dalycOIumpion dailyconsumptIon
consumption cOIumpion of Germany Geray is 860000 pounds poundsSince pound poundsSince
Since 1888 the te consumption consumpton of coal col in the thesugar thesrgar thesugar
sugar srgar mills mis ot of France Fnce has has fallen falen from fro 442 442pounds H2pounds 442pounds
pounds to 286 pounds per ton ot beets beetsAlthough beetsAlbough beetsAlthough
Although Albough France has hs almost trebl trebller trebled trebledTier trebledher
Tier ler production pr du ton in t the last lasltlrty thirty years yeaisshe yealss1e yearsshe
she s1e has has fallen faIenfrom from the first frst place in
1870 to the fourth place placein in 1900 and to today today today ¬
day there is a difference diference of 125 1a 12 per cent centbetween Cnt cent centbetween
between betwen her and Germany In France France630105acres France030105acres
630105 630105acres 030105acres acres are devoted to th the cultiva cultivation culva culvaHon cultivatIon ¬
tion of of the beet against aginst lQ55ll7 10511acre3 10511acre3in acres acresin acresIa
Hon in Germany The product product ot beet beets per perhectare perhetarin perhettare
hectare in Germany is nearly neary 30030 kilo kilograms kio kiogmsi kilograIrs1 ¬
gmsi grams and in inFrncc France Fraaqr it ItIs Is 28000 kilo kilograms kio kiogrm kIlograms ¬
grams Moreover in France the yield is
12 1 grm per cent while whie in InG Germany nny it i is isover isover isover
over 13 1 per percent cent centSince centSlace
Since SIncel86 189G while whie there has been a avery aver avery
very ver protective protectve tariff trf on sugar sugarin in fact factan fact factan
an Increasing Incr Initrltop tariff tarifftho the price iceh has bean beansteadily bensteadly beensteadily
steadily steadly declining decliningIt decining deciningIt
It Is perhaps perhapsprop proper r to state that one onereason onereaon onereason
reason reaon v why hy Fvrehch Frencheople Et nchpeople jeople consume con ume so soUe lit little little ¬
tle sugar Is Jbecause because their thGlrway ways of liti Uig Uigequire lIitg lIitgrequIre e erequire
require sug less of that article arIcle FOE Fo the thegreat thegreat th thgreat
great mass of the French French people break breakfast breakfast breakfast ¬
fast consists ot ota a bowl of soup which ia iaalso 13alaofrequenUy isalso
also alaofrequenUy frequently a apatot part ot the two other othermeals othermeaI othermeals
meals meaI Their Tc drink drnk is wine wIeandas and as they theyuse theyuse ey
use ue but but little nite tea or coffee cofee especially eSPfclalY in inthe inthe Inthe I
the country there tere Is scarcely any demand demandfor demandfor demandfor
for sugar They make ma e neither preserves jreservesnor resenes resenesnor
sugr The usual des dessert dessert ¬
nor cake cke in the family fmiy
sert is fruit fruit and cheese cheeseThe cheeseThe cheeseThe
The high hgh tax t of 5 cents per pound on onsugar onsugr onsugar
sugar is I pretty prett fully fuly paid by the well welltodo welltodo < I Itodo
sugr todo people who live lve In the cities and andwho andwho andwho
who take tke coffee cofee or chocolate for break breakfast breaktast breakfast ¬
fast and a small smal cup of black coffee coffeeafter cofee cofeeater coffeeafter
after ater dinner dinnerSEN1 dinnerSENATOR
The Result ReSt of the tc Penny lell Magazine MagazineGaettnlngr lIngolne lIngolneGOelng MagexlneGuessing
Guessing GOelng Content ContentCHICAGO Cntet CntetCHICAGO ContestCHICAGO
CHICAGO IlL l Oct Oct 9 9Senator Senator Charm Chauneey Chu Chucey Charmcey ¬
cey it 1 Depew Is defendant deendant In a suit which whichhas whIchha whichhas
has ha been ben brought brought by S G Brahrook Brahrookthrough Brabrok Brabrokthrough Brabrookthrough
through his hi attorney atorney W W De Armand Armandagainst Arand Arandaganst Armandagainst
against aganst the Penny Magazine of New NewYork New NewYork NewYork
York for for money alleged aleged to have been won wonin wo woin wonIn
in a a prize prz guessing contest contestAdTerts contestAdvertisements j jAdvertisements
Advertisements AdTerts ment offering ofering 500 10 00 cash csh as pre premiums premiums premlums ¬
miums to be divided Into S2CO 2CO CO Z100 100 00 50 50and 50and 50and
and smaller smaler amounts for correct rect and nd near nearest nea neaest neareat ¬
est guesses were published publihe early ery this thisyear tia tiayea thisyear
year year yea Sir 1lrBrabrook Brabrook upon the representa representation representatlon ¬
tion that Mr rr Depew Depew was the principal principalstcckholderin principalstcckholder principalstcekholdertn
stcckholderin m the magazine sent In i fifteen fifteenguesses fne fifteenguesses en enueses
guesses ueses of words in a fourletter fourleter puzzle puzzleand pU7leand puzzleand
and 20 cents cent with wih each ech Five of his hisguesses hisgesses hisguesses
guesses gesses be asserts were correct correctNo coret correctNo
No money being forwarded fonarde he wrote to tothe tothe tothe
the editor eior pf of the te magazine magineand and was as told toldthat toldthntthere toldthat
that thntthere there were ere 15000 correct crret answers awes answersand answersandthat and andthat al
that tat the editor did not know how to award awardthe awardthe awardthe
the prizes Mr r Brabrook Brbr ok then wrote Mr MrDepew llr llrDepew MrDepew
Depew and says he has received reeived no answer answerSAYS anwer anwerSAYS answerSAYS
The Te Rev ReT Dr Thomas Douglas Don gIl of ofXetv ofSe ofNer
Xetv Se Ner York Now WellNEW Well WellNEW Vel VelNEW
NEW YORK YORK YORK Oct Oct 9 9Te 9The The Rev Dr DrThomas DrThoma DrThomas
Thomas Thoma Douglas DouglagiTen given up for dying by his hisphysicians hisphyicas hisphysicians
physicians phyicas last July July attended atended sound soud and andwell andwel andwell
well wel a meeting meetng of the Presbyterian Pesbyterian Minis Ministers Ministers inis inister ¬
ters ter Association Asociaton yesterday confident onfdent In Inthe inthe Inthe
the belief blet that tat divine mediation medltonhd had been beenobtained beenobtined beenobtained
obtained obtined in I hrs behalf beha by bya a special prayer prayerservice prayerservice prayerservice
service of the society society He Hertuned returned to his hispulpit hispulpiL hispulpit
pulpit in in the West Fiftyfirst Fiyfrst Street Stret Pres Presbyterian Presbyterlan ¬
byterian Church Churh on Sunday SundayDr Sundy SundyDr SundayDr
Dr Douglas Douglaswls was attacked by rheumatism rheumatismon rheumatm rheumatmon
on the first frst day of the year yea and lingered lingeredon lngere i ion
on without witout change for fol two to months at his hishome hishorns
home home He was then taken tken to Lakewood LakewoodN i iN
N J where his hiscondion condition became beame more se serious serlous serious ¬
rious and he was removed to t the tePresbyte tePresbyteria Presbyte Presbyterian Preshyterisen ¬
risen ria Hospital Hospial in this city ciy Wie While he lay layill layIll
ill 1 the te regular reglar meeting meetng of the Presbyterian PresbyterianMinisters Presbyteran PresbyteranIister PresbyterianMinisters
Ministers Iister Association ssociaton was held It I was wasreported wasreported
reported from tom the te hospital hospit1 that taT Dr Doug Douglas Dougla Douglas ¬
las la was wa dying dyig and and the te ministers meeting meetingwas metng metngwas meetingwas
was turned into a service serice ot prayer pryer for forhim forhIm forhim
himEvery hIm
Every clergyman maumade made a heartfeltappeal heartfeltappealthat hen heartfeltappealthattheir xueuPPeal xueuPPealthat
that that thattheir their heir brother be b spared spare At that tat time timeDr tme tmeDr timeDr
Dr Douglas pulse ulse was wa 120 and his bi tem temperature tem temperature ¬
perature peratue registered 102 but almost mot imme immediately imme Immedlately ¬
diately diatlyaferward afterward his pulse fell fel fell to 35 and andhis andhis andhis
his temperature emperatre to 99 58 The Th prayers pryersot pryersotthe ot otthe ofthe
the Ministers 1nister Asociatlon Aocatonwtre were reenforced reenforcedby
by the th public pU1candprivateappaIs and private appeals of some some2j sme
2j 21 2 Jergymen ergmen and ad the te members member of his con congregation congeatonand congregation ¬
gregation geatonand and of the e Sunday school schol also alsoprayed alsopryed alsoprayed
prayed pryed for torthei their pastor pastorDr pastorDr pastorDr
Dr Douglas sudden sudden improvement mproveent sur surprised surpri surprined ¬
prised pri ed even his physicians phyicians As he hi began began to tomen1 tomenl tomeni
men1 menl he seemed to be endowed with wih new newlife newle newlife
life le H 3 was waS fed fe like lkeachidad a child and had hdto hdtolearn to tolearn tolearn
learn to walk all al over oeragain again At first frst he hewas hewas bewas
was so 5 feeble that the clergymen cergmen who whocalled whocaled whocalled
called caled upon Dr Douglas were obliged oblged to tocarry tocarr tocarry
carry carr him from his bed to his chair cir intel in their theirarms theirarms
arms armsTheXord ars armsThe
arsTeLrdl1en TheXord TeLrdl1en The Lord heard dyou your prayer praeriegve Tie gave me mestrength mestrengh mestrength
strength strengh and healed me reDr Dr Douglas de declared ¬
daed dared as he was wa welcomed welcome by his friends friendsyesterday friendsyesterday friendsyeaterday
yesterday After Afer I lilred learned of all al the thewords thewords thewords
words which had been beenspoIn spolen in iny my behalf behalfI behaf
I felt fel that tat the Lord Lrd would hear so many
Godtearing God feaTirg men menDr uen uenDr menDr
Dr Douglas Douglas was lsborn born Jn lnScotnnd Scotland fifty fltty187o ffy ffytwO fifty1w
twO 1w yens ago He cameto came to thlscQuntr this country In InJSfan inig
187o JSfan ig yeis ana passed the first frst ten years ears of his hisministry hismiistr hisministry
ministry miistr in the Mississippi ississippi Valley Y ley He Hebuilt Hebuilt
built buit the he First Congregational Congrgatonal Church Curch iff iffSkyville In InSayie InSayville
Skyville Sayie L I I Io and then b n was called cled to take takecharge takecharge takecharge
charge of 9 the Rqmeyn Romey Presbyterian Prebyteian Church Churchin Churchjn Cbur h hIn
in this this city ciy Hahas He has been pastor of the theWest theWes theWest
West Wes Fiftyfirst Fiyfrt Street Str t Presbyterian PresbyterianChurch Prebyteran PrebyteranChurch PresbyterianChurch
Church forfeY2rs forfeY2rsTH for five years yaarsTHE yearsTHE
Allegations Alegnt0ns That Numerous Compa Companies Consjianies ¬
nies nl sVerc Were to Be Defrauded DefraudedCHICAGO Detnulled DetnulledCmCAGOOt9Te DefraudedCHICAGO
CmCAGOOt9Te CHICAGO Oct 9 9The The latest l test develop developments d developmeats velop velopJent ¬
meats Jent in the plot to swindle insurance insurancecompanies insuranceomanies insuranceCompanies
companies omanies in connection cnnecton with Wth which F FW FAyI Fsv
W sv Ayland AyI ld Brown Drow Assistant Assistai Manager lanigerof lanigerofthe of ofthe ofthe
the Mooney looneyand and Boland Detective Detectve Agen Agency AgenyFran1 AgenSly ¬
cy yFran1 Frank H H SmiJey mUey an opetve operative ot the thesame thesae thesame
same sae concern concern and Dr August Augut 3L M LUnger LUngera Unger Ungera
a physician phyIcianare physlclanare are held in 5000 bail bai eachfor each eachfor eachfor
for trial tral shows that tat theaIegeccon theaIegecconspIIntors the alleged con conspirators conspirators ¬
spirators spIIntors contemplated defrauding defauding thefo1 the thefollowing thefollowing
following fo1 < wlng companies to the amounts amountsnamed amountsnained
named namedEquitable naed naedEqlitble nainedEquitable
Equitable Eqlitble Life Lie Insurance Company
10000 Mutual Muta Life Insurance Inurace Company Companyof
Compny Compnyo
of o NewYorlGOOSecurity New York 10000 Security Trust and andLife andLie andLife
Life Lie Insurance InurnceCompanylOOOOPruden Company 10000 Prudes Prudential Prudestin ¬
tial ta1IrJce tin Insurance Company Compny of America AmerJclO 10
000 0 Metropolitan Metopolan Life Insurance Insurace Comr Comrpany Com CompIY Comrnpa2y
pany pIY of New Yor110OO Yor110OOe Yorkr York 10000 10000ihe 10000The
The e theory teor ot the te Investigation lnyestgUonIs Is that thatfearing thatfeariag
fearing the exposure eosure of their tei plans plaD In Inciew inew Invnew
vnew ciew ew ot otIecent recent convictions convictons in similar similarfrauds simiar simiart similarfrauds
frauds t auds Miss Mis8Derenbachho Defenbach who hadtkena hadtkenal had taken a aleading aleSding
leading l digpartinte part in the original origla conspiracy conspiracywas cnp conspiracywas cy cywasmurdere
was wasmurdere murdered and a an ttJtead that Instead of a acorpse acorpse
corpse ccrps to represent her her own ow body boiiywas bo bodywas y yws1rpduced
was ws1rpduced produced for the purpose pUrose of securing securingthe securingthe
the theclaims claims on onInsance insurance policies polcIe policieso
Aif ti uI Lielittt LlgIats Out In In Its Is 3few rewCodrkh WGotrthoue WGotrthoueat Courtlibnae Courtlibnaeat usc uscat
BALTIMORE B LTIOnE Oct oct9 < 9 9Members Members of o theB the theBaltimore theBaltimore
Baltimore B ltitorbar bar w were re driven drvenfrom from the New NewLibrary NewLibrarO NewLibrary
Library LibrarO on the top floor for of the new Court CourtHouse
House by darkness al at 9 oclock clock sharp shar last lastnight lastnight I Inight
night night and a acommoncoai common coal oil ilianternsu ilianternsul il lantern supr suprplied sup supplied
plied l d the the only light lght In Police Polce Marshal Mahal Ham Hamiltons Ham Hammans Hamliterss ¬
mans office ofce onthe first frstfoor firstfioor flodr business busines be beins being being
ing suspended suspend d in the th detective detectveofce office Just Justacross jus justacross
across acros the t corridor corrdor from the marshals ma1salsof of office ¬ I Iflee 4 4fce
flee fce for want of light lght and and watchmen wathmen made madetheir madcteIr madetheir
their teIr rounds with wih the the assistance n tistnnce lstce of the theflickering te tetick theflickering
flickering tick ring light lght of Iantrs IantrsctIg lanterns lanternsActing lanternsActing
Acting ctIg on on an order orer from Superintendent Superintendentof uerntendent uerntendentof
of Public Buildings Buiding Bellman Helman thechieten thechietenginer the chief en enginer enginer
giner of the the Court House Thomas Fitzger Fitzgerald Fizger Fizgerald FitzgeraId ¬
ald had the machinery mac1IneIZtopped stopped current currentturned currentturned currentturned
turned off of and the bright brigbtelecriclght electric lights lightsput lightsput
put out at the hour nametD name named The cause for forthis forthis I Ithis
this was said to be the te economical policy policyof polcy polcyot policyof
of the present present municipal administration administrationProminent administton administtonProminent administrationProminent
Prominent lawyers who were anxious anious to todevote todevote todevote
devote two or three thre of the quiet hours hour ot otthe o othe ofthe
the night to reading reding and study study in the Law LawLibrary Lw LwLbrary LawLibrary
Library Lbrary were wer surprised to learn lear that tht they theywould theywould theywould
would have to leave the building blding supply supplytheir supplythefr supplytheir
their own ow lights lghts or remain remin In darkness darknessafter dakess dakessafer darknessafter
after afer 9 oclock At first frst they tey were ere indig indignant indignant indignant ¬
nant but the more they tey thought ol 0 It the themore te temore themore
more they were impressed imprSed with wih the beau beauties bautes beauties ¬
ties tes and advantages advatage of economy conomyI in munici municipal municIpal municipal ¬
pal affairs afairsand and then It dawned upon them themthat tem temtht themthat
that tht it i was wa funn funny funnyWhen funnyWhen
When Chief Engineer Fitzgerald Ftgerald made madethe made madethe madethe
the announcement nnoucement of lights lght out at 9 9oclock 9oclockamong 9oclock
oclock oclockamong among those thoe who wIo are ae deep in the thestudy te testudy thestudy
study of legal intricacies inticacIes in in the Law LwLi LwLibrary Li Library Library ¬
brary were Attorney AUorey General General Isld Isidor r Ray Rayner Ry Ryner Rayner
ner exStates Attorney Atorney Henry Duffy ufy First FirstAssistant FirstAsistat FirstAssistant
Assistant Asistat City Solicitor Solcior Olin Oln Bryan Bran Mr MrIsaac MrIsaacLbe MrIsaac
Isaac IsaacLbe Lobe Straus Louis Luis Hochheime Hochheimer Karl KarlA Kar KarlA
A AL M Sholtz Sholt William Wilam S Colton Colon and A AFpley A AFoley
Foley Butler ButlerThey Buter ButerTey ButlerThey
They Tey were were wtfre caught unprepared uprepared having havingneglected hvIng hvIngneglected havingneglected
neglected to to stuff stuf their teir pockets pocket full ful of ofcandles ofcandles Ofcandies
candles before Teavinghomeor leaving reavin home or to arm armthemselves a armthemselves
themselves with wih their theirtrugty trusty coal coalol oil lan lanterns la lainterm ¬
terns ters so they they had tosubmlt tsubmit to the te in inevitable inevita Inevitable ¬
evitable evita ble So with wi tdejectedcountenances tdejectedcountenancesthey dejected countenances countenancesthey countenancesthey
they filed fled out of the th finest fnest launicipal launicipalcourt xunicipal xunicipalcourt iunlclpalcourt
court house In the country count a few minutes minutesbefore mnutes mnutesbefore minutesbefore
before the lights lght went w ntout out wondering wonderingwhether wonderingwhether wonderingwhether
whether it would be wise to appeal to the thecitizens thecitzenswh thecitizens
citizens citzenswh who voted for the loan to put up upthe upthe upthe
the building buiding to vote another loan oan to keep keepit keepIt keepit
it in proper condition conditionPolice condiion condiionPolce conditionPolice
Police Marshal Hamilton had left lefthis his hisoffice hisoffice
Polce fl flo1ce
office o1ce and Patrolman Patrolmn Charles Chr Unlng was wasIn w win wasIn
In charge when whe the information inforaton was given givenphone gien gienlIm givenhint
lIm hint about the lght light outorder out order Tele Telephone
phone calls cls and telegraph t leaph messages message are areoften areoten areoften
often oten received rec ed at night and people peoplecal1 peoplecal1tor call callfor caMfor
for information intoraton or to to make mkecomplalnl complaints complaintsLights complaintsLights
Li Lights hts at police po1ce headquarters eadquarter is an abso absolute aboI absalute ¬
lute necessity necssIty because bcause it i would not no look lookwell lookwel lookwell
well wel for the police pOlce to toshut shut up shop at 9 9oclock 9ocock 9oclock
oclock regularly Mr r IJhlng was gsuppIe supplied suppliedwith i iwith
ocock reglary vhig
with WIt a lanterns similar simiar to the te kind kndlanf tall iailroad tallroad
road freight freigt brakemen brkemel carry and this thisfurnished ti thisfurnished
furnished a dim light for the office oflleeCaptain ofce ofceCaptin 4 4Captain
Captain Captin of Detectives Detect es Pumphrey Puphrey when whentold whentold whentold
told ot of what wht was to happen hppen was Tas amazed amazedThen amze amzeTen amazedThen
Then Ten he hustled hute around to finish fnish jp p his hisbusiness j jbusiness Ibuiness
business buiness closed the office ofce and left let De Dotective j jtective Itecte
tective tecte Hogan Hogn on duty in the corridor corrdor un until unti I Itil
til ti 11 1 oclock ocock to t notify notfy anyone who might mightcall mightcal mightcall
call cal that the detective detectve department was wasforced wasforced wasforced
forced to suspend business for the night nightThe nightTechi nightThe
The chief engineer offered to give him himcandles i icandles
Techi engneer ofered t gve I Icandle
candles candle or lanterns lanters but Captain Cap lam Fern 1um Fernpbrey i iphrey 1phrey
phrey said he wanted electric electrc light lights or ornothing ornothing ornothing
j jTe
nothing nothingThe nothingThe
The Te Law Lw Library Librr Marshals 1arhals office omceaud omceaudDetectve and andDetective andDetective
Detective Detectve office ofce are very much n ch used at atnight atnight atnight
night and heretofore they tey have hve been bril brilliantly bri brilliantly ¬
liantly lanU lgted lighted up to midnight midnightA
Prominent I roriJent Young Yo Ung Lnvryer LIU LivtsyerKiIied erIi Ivilled HI ed by bya
a 1 Train TrainKEW Trin TrinEW TrainNEW
NEW EW YORK Oct 9 9Fredeck Frederick S S Gib Gibson Gb Gbson Gibson ¬
son a young lawyer and a member of a aprominent apromInent aprominent
prominent New York family fmiy was wsstckj wsstckjby struck struckby struck1 struck1by
by a train trin on the New NeW Ycrk and Putnam PutnamRailroad Putam PutnamRailroad I
Railroad Rairoad at University Univeriy Heigbt Heights station stationnt stton statiOnint I
nt t g oclock last l4stnIght night He died ed a few fewminutes fewminutes
minutes later laterGibson lter laterGibson 1
Gibson Gbson was ws twentyfour years old an anlived ani anilived j >
lived led with wIt relatives relatves at 27 TVaverley TVaverleyPlace Waveley WaveleyPlace WaverleyPlace
Place Place He was wa a nephew nephew of former fOrErAs As Assistant Asslatsnt
sistant slst nt Secretary secretlo of State Frederick W WSewad W WSewad j jSew
Sewad Sew d Graduating Graduat from fom New New YtrJr Ytk TJcl TJclversliy 1Jiversity dl
versliy verlty in 1S56 1SS and nd from the law school schoolot schooll schoollof I Iof
of that tht institution insttuton last spring he opened openeda j ja
a law office about a week ago and andseemed andsemed andseemed
seemed semed about about to enter npcn upcnacareer a career full fullot ful fullof 1 1of
of promise He was reckoned exception exceptionally e1c exceptionally ption ptionaly ¬
ally aly bright in i the university univerity and took tookThe tockfrst tackfirst
frst first prize in several of hIs studies studies I
The Te young yougmn man was ws high in the coun councils cou coucls councils ¬
cils cls of the The Psi Pi Upsilon Upsion fraternity fterniy and andlast andlast andlast
last night went up to the university univer iy to tohelp tohelp tohelp
help initiate initate new members member A A crowd of ofstudents
students studet was awaiting awaitng him and and Ms Msalighting hI binalighting
alighting alghtmg from fom the train tai was a a a signal 5 for forcheering I Icheering Icheering
cheering and shouting shoutng So S loud was this thisthat tis tistht thisthat
that tht Gibson did not hear the approach appr ach of ofa ofa ofa
a train on the the other track tck which was wasbearing wssbearIng wasbearing
bearing down dow on him hlJ at a thirtymile thirtymilerate titymie titymieThe thIrtymilerate
rate rateThe
rateThe The others scrambled scrmbled out outof of the te way waybut waybut waybut
but Gibson Gbson was ws struck by the locomotive locomotiveHe locomotve locomotveHe I IHe
He was w thrown throw twenty feet landing on onthe onthe cathe
the station staton platform platfor When Dr llilhol llilholland 3lIlholland 1hol 1holland
land of of the Fordham Fordham Hospital arrivel arrivelwith arrvel arrvelwitn arrivelwlth
with witn an ambulance abulnce the young man Jan was wasdead wasded wasdead
dead ded Upon examination examinaton the te physician physicianfound physici physicianfound
found focd that the thesk skull and many bones ot otthe ofthe
the body had been fractured fracturedThe fracturedThe
The body of young Gibson was taken to tothe tothe
the High Bridge police station the m mnm mnmhers = mi mibers
hers of the fraternity their meeting meetingpostponed meetingposteoned
postponed accompanying in a bdy bdyJETRE bdyFIRE
Tyvelve Buildings Destroyed by uy an anIncendiary anIncendiary
PARKSRSBURG W Va Oct 9 9Pire 9Pirewhich Fire Firewhich
which started Sunday at midnight de destroyed destrayed ¬
strayed twelve buildings including the theEpiscopal theEpiscopal
Episcopal Church at Ravenswood causing causinga
a total loss of about 520000 20000 The blaze blazewas blazewas
was at incendiary origin originT
T I J Adams in whose store the fire firestarted firestarted
started had been threatened by an anony anonymous anonymona ¬
mona letter H C Fleming who lives livesiaext livesinent
iaext door heard the striking of a match matchjust matchjust
just before the fire re and two suspicious men menwere menwere
were there about that time The fire burn burned burned ¬
ed over halt an aero and swept everything everythingbefore everythingbefore
before It Thers l1ier is no fire protection in inthe inthe
the town and the citizens used the bucket bucketbrigade bulieeibrigade
brigade to save the town townThe townTiio
The heaviest loser Is George Leonard Leonardwho Leonardwho
who had 5000 worth ot property burned burnedOther burnedOther
Other losers are T J Adams John Law Lawson Lawson
son Junior Order United American Me Mechanics Mechanics ¬
chanics Miss S E Adams CapL J C Ed Edwards Edwards ¬
wards H C Fleming Carl Edwards E EH BH
H Newell and the Episcopal Church the theoldest theoldest
oldest one in Jackson county countyOUEJtENT countyrUBRELTT
A Clear Explanation KxpliinritlonFrom ExplanationFrom
From the Philadelphia Press PressEdith PrenEdithAuntie
Edith EdithAuntie Auntie what does ex mean In front Irontof frontof
of President PresidentMiss President3iLs
Miss 3iLs Passay PasesyThat That means at one timer time Peed President Peeddent ¬
dent In the same way yon would say exGovern exGovernor ¬
or exPostmaster and co on onEdith onEdithO
Edith EdithO O then you are an exgirl arent you youAn youAn
An Interview With a a Friend FriendFrom FriendFrom
From the Philadelphia Press PressMamma Press3iamnnaMy
Mamma 3iamnnaMy My graciousl What on earth his hap happened happened ¬
pened to you Willie WillieWillie WiffieWillieBoo
WillieBoo Willie Boo heel Its all your fault Pvc been beenplaying beenplaying
playing with that new boy boyWhat boywiat
What that little Quaker boy boyYes r rYes
Yes and andboo boo hoo hoolyon you said Quakers never neverTheir neverfight
Their Appetites Woald Pall PallFrom FallFrom
From the Chicago Tribune TribuneTeacher TzibuneTeacher
Teacher in waifs night school achoolEere Here Is a little littloexample littleexample
example boys in mental arithmeticr If forty fortymen fortyrosa
men eat forty quails in forty days how many can cansixty cansixty
sixty sixtyMasgsy sixtyMuggsy
Masgsy d do Bootblack hurriedly feeling in hfa Mspecietslve hfapoctets
poctets pecietslve Ive got sixteen cents scot says dey cant cantdo cantdoiti
do doiti itl
TIio Those e Juvenile Peeping Tom TomFront Poms PomsFrom
Front the Cleveland Plain Dealer DealerSayma DealerSay
Sayma Say sns trer aregirla glrls with turaedup nores easier easierto easitxto
to kiss kissDont kissDont
Dont talk such silly illy nonsense George GeorjjeHas GeorgeHas
Has cook got a turnedup noeerT noeerTYes ncearYes
Yes Do be quiet quietWell quietWell
Well she shes the one p pa ga1cl aid it to toT
Irish mayors arc excmptfrom duty in courts of ofiw
One can make the th journey from London to ijarij larii
7 fire different routes v 1 v vA >
A jcubber tree treefour four feet in diameter yields 20 20aliens 20allons
aliens of sap making 46 0 pounds of dried rub ruber ruber
er v vThe
The Japanese language Is said to contain 60090 60090foras
but the people are familiar with only
10000 words wordsThe r rThe
The people In the Dominion of Canada are arejave Ore t
jave their Thanksgiving Day on the third Tiuw
lay of the present month monthIt
5 5It
It is estimated that there are diamonds aggre aggrerating
in value to 1000000 stolen every year yearrom t
rom the South African mines minesTheular minesThe
Theular The largest ctb body ° dy of water ter in the world having
outlet in the osean is the Caspian Sea It being
square miles in extent extentA extentA
A woman who was visiting in Kiowa county t
tarn stepped on one of the native fullcrown fullcrownand
burrs and died a few days later laitfThe i ilhc
The Uruguayan Government has very wisely A Aed do
ed s a holiday for planting trees somethin somethinltitr
ltitr the style of ° arbor days in the Unite Unitehf
The hf ocean fean itJs is fs estimated contains rOOOOOO
miles of < salt and if it could be taken out outnlnch n1t
nlnch Once inch inchThe the level Oi the water would not t drop dropThe
The popularity of the th Bible U far from decree
issued LuVd Ia the h TLi8 year hiP the American Ameni an Bible Society SocietyrhJllfVl1
nearly iootyjrj
copies printed in iS dif
fercnt languages
rhJllfVl1 The total number an of copies of newspaper
panted innted throughout the world in one year U sti
mated SS at 12 i2000ooocoe 0P < XX > 000 To print tbW these r requires ufre >
81280 tons of
paper paperMelbourne C Clielbourne
Melbourne Is row the capital of confederated
Australia a a domain nearly aa large as the United
States with a population slightly larger than i
that of Greater New York YorkConsidering YorkConsidering
Considering the number ot people one meets who
always losing their umbrellas it is rather re remarkable ¬
that only 170000 are left in public con i 4
peyancea In London each year yearAbout yearAbout
About 50006 acres acrEs of soil in western Xevr York >
ire given over to grape culture This rivals rival the th I
champagne hampagne district of Fiance aa well as the
army valley of Southern California cufomi cufomiDetectives
Detectives are placed in e every > ery roral royal palace l lurppe tn
Europe urppe They are considered as par paralways part of aprivatijT i ipolice
police and In one guise or another are
always always on the lookout
for suspicious persons personsAccording S SAceording
According to offleiat statistics wolves in Francs t tare
are steadily decrcaging In 1S93 there were 5 207
killed of which 1C7 were destroyed in tfce theGJron4 Cironde
Department In JSS3 1310 wolre wolves were killed killedThe killedThe
The oyster in Europe is failing in the estimation estimationof
of the lovers of bivalves in that action of th thpnce the theworld
world The best qualities command a very high
pace American oysters are constantly growing > i
in favor across the sea sesEnglands seaEnglands
Englands first war vessel of any pretensions w was wascalled a acalled
called the Great Parry She was a doubledecker doubledeckerd
and d was built in 1303 She had s capacity of ofc
1000 tons c carried rried eighty K03 gun was 113 k feet t
long 38 feet beam and cast 14000 14000A
A recent traveler in South Africa tells of ofBene Bene T r rdictine
dictine nuns who have undertaken not only to tohrUv >
hrUv build th their htfe home but even to manufacture the theover
bricke These devoted
women have already made
over 100000 bricks with their own hands handsA handsA
A new Maine statute prohibits the placing of Y Yinscriptiona
inscriptiona upon the Stars and Stripes and ser sercral 5evteal
teal political flags bearing the names of candi ¬
dates for President Vice President and Govern ¬
or hare had to be taken down In consequence consequenceNearly consequenceNearly
Nearly all the men and women in Japan smoke emoketobacco smoketobacco
tobacco The ladies have pipes pipes with longer stems stemsthan stemsthan
than the men and if one of them wishes to show showa
a gentleman a mark of fever she lights her pipe pipetakes S Stakes
takes a a whiff hands it to him and lets him himsmoke himsmokc
smoke smokeIn smokcIn
In a communication to thr th lancet Dry Br lid Eldridge lidridge
ridge Green remarks that incredible as it may mayseem niay niayseem
seem shipowners are able to and really do em employ employ
ploy colorblind omcera fiicers who have been rejected
by the board of trade and who may have hayebes been
discharged by other companies t tIfr Ilie
lie Bryan possesses the faculty of taking tskin cst f fmonl tnaps
naps while traveling thus getting needed refresh refreshmeat
meat as he proceeds from place to place it was
this habit that used to enable General Butler to toundcttak Ji
undcttake extraordinary tasks even when he was wasa wasa
a good deal older than iir Bryan BryanMexico BryanMexico <
Mexico is one of the most beautiful cities in inthe inthe
the world Its bread openplaza adbrneoY by fine finetrees ilo ilotreeS
trees and lovely flowers is the fashionable resort resortm tosoit
m in the evenings when the military band plays playsand playsand
and the elite indulge in a promenade around the thep thepaza
p paza za The floating gardens on the thelake lake are areworld areworld
world renowned renownedGeneral Pt PtGeneral
General Alexei Xicolaievich Kuropafcin jthe jheReiselan 3
Rcssian Minister of War ar is probably the most mosttrusted moattrrnted
trusted most powerful and most faithful serv servant ser serant ¬
ant of the Czar His rise to rank and power was wasgradual wasgradual
gradual but sure and in 1SOS be was made ab absolute absolute ¬
solute master under the Czar of the armies oi oiall ofall
all the th Eusaaa EusaaaThe EuselasThe
The present orthodox church of Russia is di divided divided
vided into 67 eparchies including 1 in Alaska Alaskaand Alaskaand
and 43 vicarial seats of bishops Russia has now
117 archbishops including three metropolitans
67 67 eparchial vicarial archbishops and 3S bishops bishopsMost bishopeMost
Most Russian hierarchs have attended the asinine seminaries asininerita
rita and academies academiesKaffir academiesEaffir
Kaffir beer is ma male < 3e from Indian com which is isworked isworked
worked into a pulp with wooden stampers suffi sufficient aifficint ¬
cient sugar and water is added and the climate climatedots climatedsee
dots the rest When the beer is ready everj everyjrat everyjratwill hat hatbe
will receive its share and a certain quantity will willbe
be put aside for the beer drink a sorry but a agigantic agigantic
gigantic kind of feast feastA
A 5 new record for the passsge from theJIedit theJIeditcrranean theMedit5erranean
crranean io Hongkong has been made madSbythi madSbythiBritish by the theBritish
British cruisers Isis and Dido The Iris reacited reacitedHongkong rCathed rCathedHongkcng
Hongkong in twentytwo days and seven hours hoursfrom hoursfrom
from Malta and the Dido arrivvd not six hours hourslater horirslater
later The flie sea speed of the Isis for the 750a 750amilesxwas 7500rniieiws
milesxwas 163 knots an hour hourCaptain hourCaptain
Captain Bonier has proposed that the Canadian CanadianGovernment CanadianGovernment
Government build a vessel suitable for his intend intended interdml
ed North Pole expedition out of the grant that thathas the5 the5has
has been promised He claims to have offers offersof offersofassistance of ofassistance
assistance exclusive of the Government grant grantaggregating grantaggregating
aggregating td5000 23000 and says tit the merchants merchantsot
ot Quebec will donate donetesupllies uimlies worth S6000 ditX or
7000 7000The 7000The
The suns heat raises from the earth every everyminute everyminute
minute 37000000000 tons of water or say sayweight a aweight
weight equal to sir times that of the great pyre pyramid pyreSUCh ¬
mid Such heat could only be produced on earth earthby earthby
by burning 5000000 cubic miles of coal per sec second seeondthat ¬
ond ondthat that is to say a nice little block 200 miles mileslong mileslong
long 200 O0 miles high and 200 miles broad ° weigh weighing weighing ¬
ing 12000 millions of millions of tons tonsAn tensAn
An Eskimo baby is bora fair except for a aduk adaik
duk round spot on the small of the back varyv varyving vary varyfog
fog in size from a threepenny bit to a shilling shillth shillthFrom
From this centrehead of color the dark tint gradr gradrually grad gradually
ually spreads till the toddling Eskimo is as asbeautifully asbeautifully
beautifully and as completely and as highly cot colored cotcreel
creel as a wellsmoked meerchaum pipe The Thesome Thenuns
some thing happens among the Japanese JapaneseCellulitlt 4 4Cellulith
Cellulith is a substance produced by a loae loaeand Ior Iornd
and nd continuous beating of wood pulp it It iSirans iSiransparent iatraas iatraasparent
parent and elastic hardening slowly until it at attame i itains
tame the consistency of horni horn its specific gravity gravitybeing gravitybeing
being about 45 The cellulith may bs worked ax axis axis
is horn or ebonite Combined with sawdust and
30 per cent lampblsck the result is a kind of dark darkebonite v vebonite
ebonite this is dense and may be poITshed poITshedAtout pollshesiAbout
About 150 prominent Chinese business men menmet riren rirenmet
met in in the hall of the United Chinese Society Societyof
of Honolulu recently and organized a political politicalgood politicalgood
good government club It was not decidedwhich decidedwhichparty decidedwhichparty
party the club would affiliate with The Themain Themainpurpose main mainpurpose
purpose is i to secure the rights of th th5ineeribses th5ineeribsesas ro > Hibsr3 Hibsr3as
as American citizens The present membes are arecither areeither
cither naturalized citizens of Hawaii or native nativebom nativeboss
boss bomLucy bossLucy
Lucy Harms hailing from Galien Mich tich and andweighing andweighing
weighing about 335 pounds recently became beeaniez beeaniezpublic s i ipublic
public charge at the country poor house lsuieat at La Laporte Laporte
porte Ind Dr Deeters of Union City lad Indoffered ladoffered
offered to marry her and agreed to todeposit J Jdeposit
deposit 100 as a guaranty of good faith Ar Arrangements Arrangemenite ¬
rangements for the wedding were begun but butmeantime butmeantime
meantime a showman came along and persuaded persuadedJliss persuadedMiss
Miss Havens to travel and be exhibited She Shesigned Shesigned
signed a contract to do so and now Dr Deeters Deetershas Deetershas
has sued the showman asking 5000 damages for forhaving forhaving
having caused Miss Havens to break her pJomiaa pJomiaaThe pTomissThe
The art of picking pockets in great cities shows showsno showsno
no signs of decay Modern inventions have nearly nearlyput nearlyput
put a stop to safe burglaries and the robbing robbingbanks oi oibanks
banks stores and houses is at its lowest ebb but butthe butthe
the oldfashioned Fagin idea of picking pockets pocketsstill pocketsstill
still survives Crowds are continually gathering gatheringin
in all parts of tlie world and where the multitudes multitudescongregate mulUtudescongregate
congregate there are the purse snatchers also It Itis Itis
is estimated that in London alone at least 100000 100000people 100000people
people exist on what they can relieve other pxo pxopie psopie
pie of It is also noticeable that women and chil children children ¬
dren are better experts in the art of picking pickingpockets picknogpockets
pockets than men are areCriminal areCriminal
Criminal statistics just published in Germany Germanyreveal Germanyreveal
reveal thefact that the most marked increa Increasain Increasaincrime ia iacrime
crime is shown by the agricultural province provincerather provincesrather
rather than those containing the industrial ecu centred ecutree ¬
tred tree It is exclusively an agricultural province on onthe a athe
the eastern frostier which is the most criminal criminalThe crimineLTha
The statistics It i is claimed also show an increas increasing incresa incresalog ¬
log tendency to crime in the empire as a whole wholeParticularly wholeParticularly
Particularly noticeable is the fact that while whilecrimes whileerimes
crimes against property have diminished somewhat somewhatin
in the last seventeen years owing to lotus the growing growingprosperity growingprosperity
prosperity of the empire crimes against the per person person ¬
son have increased it a very rapid rate or 50 per percent percent
cent ia seventeen years yearsVhca yearsWhen
When you attend the Frederick Fair stop at atthe atthe
the City Hotel and ask for a glass of Heuricli Heuriclii
I i Matnen or Sesate B Beer er

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