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It I would Would be hard ha to tell what measure measureof meaure meaureof
of importance imprtance to attach attch to the news of ofwhich ofChinese
Chinese hnese mitar military actvity activity in Manchuria
wfich which naturally naturly reaches us only onl by wa waof way wayof
of St St Petersburg Peterbu If I the toe facts fact are not notpurposely notIursel
purposely Iursel exaggerated exaggerted for political poltcal or ordiplomatic ordiplomatc ordiplomatic
diplomatic diplomatc objects object it would seem sem to be bea bea
a fair inference infernce that the te Chinese Chinee Court Courthas Courtha
has ha been ben induced to 10 take a stand standagainst tand tandagainst tandaginst
against aginst Russia Rusia and in that tat case ca prob probably prb prbably ¬
ably at the te instance intnce of England and andJapan andJapn L
Japan Japn It I may be convenient to call ca1 the theforces theforcs
forces forcs engaged engged in creating creatg trouble in inthe inthe I
the province provinc uBoxer Boxers but the te reports reportsof mport mportof
of their movements movemet arms ars and ad equip equipregular equipment
ment g go to show that the they 3e are Chinese Chineseregular ChinesEregular
regular troops trps They T are said sid to be bestrongly bestrnglY be
strongly strnglY entrenched entcd at three thre points point pointering VOW covering ¬
ering Moukden loukden arnisd ar arm T with ith th good Mau Mauser Ma Maser ¬
ser rifles rf and thirty thirt Krupp Kpp guns gns To the theeastward theeastward the theeastward i
there twelve twelvethousand twelvethousnd
eastward of Moukden tere are
thousand thousnd under General GEner Xutanse Lutnse To Tothe Tothe Tc Tcthe
the northwest northet near Kulo Rub there tere recent recently recently ¬
ly were wer six thousand thound under the former formerGovernor forer forerGoeror
Governor Goeror of Moukden lloukde but this ti force forcehas forcehas forethas
has been defeated by the te Russian Gen Genferal Gn Gnirl
feral irl Zerpinsky Zrinsk and its it commander taken takenprisoner takenprsner take I
prisoner prsner Near the Mongolia longola frontier frontierthere fronter frontertere frontiethere I
there tere are re nine thousand tousand Chinese Chinee sol soldiers soldiers sotdiem ¬
diers under General Generl Sehu SehuCan Schu SchuCan
Can all this thi mean that ta the Chinese ChineseGovernment Chinee ChineeGovernment S
Government has privately prvately complied compliedAvith I
with ith the demand demun of Japan apn and sent senttroops senttroops sen sentroops t
troops into Manchuria ranchura tQ urestore restore or order oriler ¬
der er and perhaps prhap incidentally incdentulb to try tryto t
to drive out th tW tbt Russians How large largea lare larea larg larga e
a force forc the te Chinese Chine may ma have in Man Manchuria Manchuria Manchuria ¬
churia does dos not appear apJar Todays Toays des despatches desptches ¬
patches ptches would seem sm to account for not notless notless no noless t
less than forty fort thousand thousad but there tere may maybe maye ma 9 9t
be e many many more mor Difficulties Ditcultes of transport transportaside trnsprt trnsprtasie transporaside t
aside asie the the Russians Rusians are probably prbbly strong strongenough song songtnogh stron stronenough
enough tnogh to clean up fif fft fifty ty thousand thousnd Chi Chinese Chines CliiS ¬
nese nes without much difficulty ditculy That is isnot i inot S
not 10t however a prime prme consideration considerationThe cGsidertion cGsidertionThe considerationThe
The serious seous question queton is i If I there is to tobe tol ti tiI
be l > regular rgular war ar between China and andRussia andR ant I
Russia R ia in Manchuria Manhura how Is Japan apn to tokeep 10 10keep fi fikeep D
keep or be kept out < ut of the te conflict confct No Kobody Noby Nobody
body by appears apprs to t be ready reay with an a an answer answer ¬
swer The situation sitaton is serious serous and andpromises andpromise am amprotIses I
promises promise to be increasingly exciting excitingTlie excItng excItngTe encitingThe
The Te Brltlsli BrItsh Coal Con Trade TradeThe TradeT
The T pocket pckt is a sensitive nitYe place plae in the theanatomy te teana th thC e
anatomy ana tom of all a1 branches brhe of the Anglo AngloSaxon Aglo AgloSxon AngleSaxon C
Saxon Sxon race rce and an particularly prtculaly in that of ofthe ofU a f fthe
the U parent larent stock stok This is well illus illustrated lus lustrattd ¬
trated in the te resentment rntment now being beingshown beg begshown bela U
shown by British Britsh miners miner and nd shippers shippersof ship shipperof S s
of coal cal against agaiut the te action actin of the te Gov Government Gv Gverment ¬
ernment erment in proposing proposing an a export eprt duty of ofa ofa e ea ef
a shilling shiing a ton on their teir commodity commodityWherever commodit
Where Wherever there ther are ar coal cl fields felds or coal coalports coalprt cot ii 1
ports prt throughout thrughout the length lengh and andbreadth an d dbreath I
breadth breath of the te United Unied Kingdom there thereare therear ther e
are ar protests protest and public publc meetings meetg and andgeneral andgenerl an d
general generl defiance deface It is i reported repred from fromLondon fromLondon trot n Q
London today that tt a movement of the thecoal te tecoa th the e
coal coa operators op rtor to stop str production producton alto altogether altegether e ¬
gether geter is threatened thratene unless unles the te Gov Government Go Goerment ¬
ernment erment shall shal recede rede from frm its it position psiton psitonon positloon a
on the te export epor tax t Such a resort rert would wouldbe wold woldbe word i dbe
be unique and ad interesting interestng It I would wouldbring wouldbrng woul d dbring 3
bring brng a very yer important Impornt public publc question questionto queton quetonto n nto n
to the surface srace for the te first frt time te In I his history hlst history ¬
tory t perhaps prhaps at least let in concrete form formIt tornIt u
It I has often been considered considerd My 1 think thinkers thinkers thiniters ¬
ers that the te absolute absute control In all al cir circumstances cr crcumsances ci ¬
cumstances cumsances and ad under all al conditions cnditons of ofa ofa e ea ef
a vital it public publc necessity neeit like lke coal coa for forexample toreample to r rexample r
example eample is not justified justfe In this thi coun country countr country ¬
try tr were Mr r Morgan Morgn and his hi half halfdozen hal haldoz
dozen doz n associates acte in the te Coal Col Trust T t to todecree todetre t tdecree 0 0
decree detre the closure coure of all al the anthracite anthracitemines anthrcite anthrcitemine emines e
mines mine they could paralyze prlyze the indus industries Industrl4 ¬
tries trl4 of f New York and ad other oter great greatmanufacturing geat geatmanufacturng grea greamanufacturing t
manufacturng manufacturing centres cntr and an inflict infct suf suffering suffering suftering ¬
fering upn upon millions milon of people peple Yet YetwhHe Yetwbie Y t twhile
while wbie the Morgans orgn and that tht ilk Ik control controlthe contre contrethe
the Government Gyerent of the United Unie States Statesand Statesan Se S 5
and an of Pennsylvania Pen lvaia they thy could rld not nt be beinterfered li liinterfered e
interfered intrered wit withA with withA
A different diferet state of things thin exists eist in inGreat inGrat 1 a aGreat 1
Great Grat Britain Britn There Ther they have no law lawhigher lawhigher mi t thigher y
higher than an act of Parliament Prlament no nowritten nowten n 0 0written
wten written constitution consttuton to be obeyed or de defied def defled ¬
fled f as a with us us The chances caces therefore thereforeare thereforeare 5 5are f
are that should the coal cl operators optors stop stopproducing stp stpproducng sth pproducing P
producing producng long enough enoug to close coe British Britishmanufacturing Brish Brishmufactuig hmflnufacturing h
manufacturing mufactuig plants plant and an railways railwaysand rihva3 rihva3an a aand 5 >
and an tie te up British Brtsh steamers steamel at the thedocks thedok Ui te teL e
docks dok it Is not Impossible Imvslble that Parlia Parliament Pal Parli Parliinent L ¬
ment might take tke a hand had in the te game gameand gme gmeand gain Le Leand e
and give the mine owners ovnfl a choice choic be between beten t tticeen ¬
tween ten resumption rsumpton and confiscation confiscationwhich confscton i i ihich
which hich h ft would be perfectly prety competent competentfor competentorarlimant competerforParliamOnt Lt t
for forParliamOnt orarlimant Parliament to do In I a case c of grave graveemergency grve grveemrencr gray eemergency e
emergency emergencyWe emrencr emrencrWe emergencyWe
We have little lite idea that tat the te threat ol olthe o ote e ir irthe
the te coal cl men will wi be carried cred out ot On Onthe Onthe 0 nthe n
the other hand it i is probable prbable that tht the theGovernment te teGoerment th e eGovernment
Government Goerment will wi make mae some sme conces concessions conce C Csions ¬
sions sion to the trade tade Failure Fiur to do so somight somiht a 0S o
miht might have unpleasant uplant consequences consequencesamong emsequenceamong nsquences nsquencesamong S s
among many parliamentary parlamentr constitu constituencies consttu consttuedes L Leacies ¬
encies edes and the present preent ministry Iitr is I not notany nt ntany ne t tany
any too to strong wih with the e country contr to take takechances tke tkecne talt e echances
chances cne In I the remote event that thatthe thatth thi thithe
the th operators oprtor did dlt bite off ot their noses n0 to tospit tosi I 0 0spitc
si spit their faces face of course cour there would wouldbe w word uld uldbe d dI
be a a season sn of sweet swet content cntent for Ameri American Aeri AericD I j ¬
can cD coal e and the te shippers shipprs of this coun country cun cunty con contry I ¬
try ty doubtless doubte wotd would be b able abl to capture capturemarkets cptur einarkets e
markets market now wholly wholy controlled controle by Eng England Englan Eniland ¬
land lan and Wales Vale and an once on gained ganed to tohoW tohoM 1 O olioki
hoW hoM them in perpetuity perpetuityCap prtuiy prtuiyCap perpetuityCup
Cap and nn < l Co Gonn GonnI ConuIt vn vnIt
It I i ie said Sld a1d that the te class CIU dane of 1991 19iHax1d at atHarvard atHa t
Harvard Ha will U make mk a determined detrined effort effortto efort efortt efforLto
to t Uttroduce ieuc the cap C and gown as 8 a col college co VOllege ¬
lege ee garb srb for everyday eerday wear One On rea reason re resn reason ¬
son sn given for e it I Is 1 that the distinctive distinctiveuniform dltncte dltncteunfom dketlnctlveuniform
uniform unfom will wil enable eDb classmates clasate to know knoweach Im Imach knoweach
each ach other ohr at least let by y sight sight It I may mayseem my mySD mayseem
seem SD rather rther queer quer that tht such a means meansof meansof
of recognition rognti should sl be needed neeed but butcollege butculee butcollege t
culee college classes c have hve grown gown to be b so solarge s solarge
large Jsrgeand and are fre so s spilt spt up by the elec elective ele elecfive ¬
five t e courses c u that tat the Ue men who have havespent hayespnt havespent
spent spnt four years yer at the university universl do donot donot donot
not always alway know ow all al of their class classmates clas classmate ¬
mate matesAnother mateAnother
Another oter reason rean for this tIs nonrecogni nonrecognition nonreCgi nonreCgiton nonrecognition ¬
tion ton i liaJ ray ay lie le In the te fraternity fternity spirit spiritIvhMi spirt spiritwh1th
IvhMi Whllll has ha been beenexceptionally exceptionally eeptnaly strong strng at
Harvard Harvar H arvard and which has the effect effectthere efet efetthee effecthere
there thee t as in most colleges coI collg g s of picking out outthe oUtthe outhe
the t he eligible e gible freshmen fshme sophomores sophomo and andjuniors andjuniors
juniors j uniors and bringing them into asso association nssodaton ¬
ciation daton el ation with the graduating dmii g class cass and andout andout
out o ut of association aociaton with wih their teir class classmates clas clasmate ¬
mates mate m mt ates who do not belong to the fra fraternity fr frternlt fraernity ¬
ternity ternlt t If I the cap and an gown will wil coun counteract counteract ¬
t teract the te influence infuence of the fraternity fraternityits frterity frterityis
j its is it s introduction intoduction will 1il be a goOd thing thingnot thingnot
not n ot so much that there is any an distinc distinctive distnc distnctive ¬
tive t ive virtue in the garb grb itself isel but be because ¬
t cause cuse c ause its it introduction introducton for this alleged allegedreason
reason r on seems sems to show that the te class classspirit cas casspirt classpirit
sd s spirit spirt is waking up The change of ofdress ofdrc ofress
d dress drc d ress is a symptom s mptom rather rther than a cause causeof cue cueof
of ° f reform reformThis reformThi
This Thi academic costume has been beenadopted beenadopted
a adopted more or less l in the the womens womenscolleges womenscoleges
C colleges coleges where it has had more vogue voguethan yoge yogethan voguehan
t than t han in the mens for two or three thr rea reasons reasons teaons ¬
J sons S ons One reason reson probably is that it itmakes itmaes
makes maes m akes the te fair collegian clegan feel as if she shewere shewere
were w ere a candidate cdidate in good goo and regular regularstanding
standing stnding s for the degree degee and that is issomething issomething
something s Another reason reasn is un undoubtedly undoubtedl ¬
doubtedly doubtedl d di that tat it is becoming Third Thirdit Thir Thirdt
it I i t is convenient cnvenient The Te girl grl college clege stu student student stuent ¬
dent d ent is i apt to be devoted deote to her work workand worYand
and a nd likely lkely to welcome anything anythng which whichwill whichwi
will wi n ill save 5ye her spending speding an undue undueamount undueamount
amount a aa of time tme on her everyday dress dressalthough dres dresalhough
although alhough a she abets is not averse avere to the vani vanities vaniles ¬
ties les ti es of fine fne clothes clothe when some extraor extraordinary ctror ctrordina ¬
dinary dina d occasion occaon arrives aives The cap cp and andgown andown
gown g own saves ve an immense immens amount of time tme tmewihout timewithout
without wihout looking loking untidy unt or being unbe unbecoming
coming comingNone c
None of these thee reasons rasons is likely lkely to t have havemuch haemuch havemuch
much weight with the Harvard stu students student ¬
dents dent d ents and lherefon therefoit the adoption adopton of the thedistinctive thedistnctve
distinctive distnctve d college colege dress dres there arises arisesprobably
probably p from rom other causes cue There is isone i
one o og ne thing certainly crtinlJr to be said about this thisgarb ti thisarb
garb grb g arb it tends to promote prmote social equal equality equality equalty ¬
ity ic i ty which whichis is always a good go thing ting in a acollege acoleg a aollege
college coleg c There Ther is plenty of social socal in inequality inequat inquality ¬
equality equat e in the world worl outside outd due to tocircumstances t tcircumtnces toircumstances
circumstances circumtnces c which cannot cnnot at present presentbe presente
be b bb e altered nlered and perhaps ought ught not to be bebut bebut beut
but b ut there ther is no way In which it i will wH pro promote promote promote ¬
mote the te good god of students studet to stratify stratifythe strtfy strtfythe
the t he college colcge community in caste cte lines lineslike
like lie l ike those tosewhi which prevail preai outside outsideIn outide outsideIn
In 11 the first flt place the te object of a col college cologe ol ollege ¬
lege l oge is to Impart learning to train trin men mento mento me I Ito
to selfcontrol selcontrol good go breeding breding and gen general generl genoral ¬
oral erl elevation eleva on of character charcter The prime primeobject primeobject primeobject
object of the institution instiutonknowle jnstitutionknowledgei knowledge geis geiscrtainl is iscertainly
certainly crtainl interfered with by any kind kindof kindof kin kinof I
of social nonsense nonsense If I the students studentsthoughts studentstoughts student
thoughts toughts are given not to his work but butto butto I
to the te problem of making an impression impressionon imprssion imprssionon 1
on somebody somtbo by his polish polsh or picturesqueness pi piturpqueness pie
turesqueness of personality rsonaIty manifestly manifestlyhe manifety manifetyhe C
he will wil not learn as much as he would wouldif wouldI woultif I
if I he came cme to his work with an undi undivided undivided ¬
I vided ided mind As to the th effect efect on charac character charc charcter ¬
ter of the establishment etablshDent of lines lnes of caste casteamong casteamong casteamong h
among the students it is just this thisSome thisSome thisSome
Some of the men mn become bome social soial leaders leadersand leadersand
and that not nt only takes take up much of oftheir ofteIr o otheir r
their teIr time tme and an thought tought but modifies moifes the thenatural thenaturl thtnatural
natural naturl rove ove of youth for new things thingsand thingsand thingsand
and prevents prenmt them from becoming becomingfriendly becomingfrendl becomin becominfriendly
friendly frendl with men of 0 different diferent antece antecedents antecedents ¬
dents from fom their own 0 who might help helpthem hep hepthem S
them to see se life lfe from a more practical practicalpoint pctcl pctclpint practicapoint I
point pint of view In other words it i makes makesthem mkes mkesthem
them narrow naroW Others Otr who are not notsocial notsoil no I
social soil leaders leader or o even followers folower of the theconvention thecnventon the S
convention cnventon of f the icoment momen are ae placed placedoutside placedoutide I
outside outide of all al college clege life Uf through thrugh want wantof wan wanof ant antof I
of money or early trainrng nin lg and fail fai faiget to toget t
get or to give ge the good god goodwhich which is i possible possiblefrom pssible pssiblefrom possiblefrom S
from a aorogh thorough intermixture interixture of types typesigulnaldes
AguJnaWos Aglnalos conversion cneon has ha been so se serapid
rapid rpid and an apparentl aparnt so s thorough thoroush con considering cn cnsiderng considering
sidering siderng the time tme he has been bn able to de devote ¬
vote to it I that a slight sght suspicion supicion of its itsquality it lb lbquality S
quality quaJt may my be xeusable xCble He reminds remindsus rmind rmindus rinds rindsu
us u of the Madagascar Madagn envoys eao s whe wh went wentto wen wento
to England Enlland oa a a special speial mission mision many man C Cyears
I years yer ago a oo A A more mre hopeless hopless lot of heath
en n could not be found fon in Wall Val Street StreettoJay Stret Strettoay Stree t
toJay Bat they h had been wae warned of the thp thprelgou the thereligious i
religious relgou faith faih and an prejudices prejudice of the En English Englsh ¬
gush glsh and an were properly prorh prepared prepre against agin aginmitakes t
mistakes mitakes The Tle Foreign Foreig Office Ofce official ofcial who whoreceived winreceived s
received recehe them asked aske the chief of the theparty te tepry the S Sparty
party pry what kind kin of a trip tp they the had hd lund ha haI lundand <
I and how they thEY had managed mamtge to put in the the S Stime
1 time tme The Madagascan Uadagsn answered anwered We We S Shad
had a most mot delightful deJghtful voyage and and em empWed employed
ployed ourselves ourehes continually cOlnual In singing singingXearer singng singngXearer singln singlnNearer
Xearer My Iy God Go to Thee Te Now ow we have haveno have haveno S Sno
no objection bjeton to Aguinaldps Aginatos being good goo goodWe
We Ve want him to be b good gO but not nt so sosubstantively sosubstantely se S Ssubstantively
substantively substantely adjectively adjtheh good go on such suchshort sch schsor and 2 2abort
short sor notice Itiee ItieeTen noticeTen
Ten thousand thous French troops trops are booked bookedto bookedto I Ito
to be withdrawn withraw from China Cin next month monthThis monthThs monthThis
This Ths announcement has spread terror terroramong teror terornmon terro r ramong
among nmon the thE native nthe converts cntrL < who wh say that tht thtd1ey tha t tthey
they are daily daiy threatened threaten by b their unre unregenerte unregenerate
generate generte countrymen with massacre masacre as assoon a a asoon
soon as a the foreigners foreiger leave lea e But all al the the theGovernments I
Governments Goernment and an especially especaly the Washing Washington Washington ashing ashington
ton Administration AdminrtiO are sick sck and tired of oCthe o f fthe
the Chinese Cines meddle mtle and an will wi bop hp out of ofit oCit 0 f fit
it as soon son as they t y can c find fnd a good goo excuse excuse ex enVitae
cuse and an some sme eligible eJgfe territory teritor to t show showfor sho shofor
for their activity aethit and an missionaries mjionre and andconverts andonert am I Inverta
converts onert nverta will wi be left to chance chane and ad prob probably pro probably ¬
ably to martyrdom maryrdeI The present preent would I Ibe
be a good goo time tm < to t give Chinese evangeliza eangeIz evangelization I
tion ton a good go long holiday heliay Its It prosecu prosecution proseu proseuton prosecution
tion ton can cn only result In more bloodshed bloodshedDr blooshed blooshedDr bloodshedDr
Dr Leyds LOds the th Boer diplomatic diplomRtc agent In InEurope ii iiEurope
Europe is reported reprt to have filed fe a formal forma formsprotest
protest prtet at the German Geran Foreign Foreis Office Ofce Ofcea Ohio a aagaJast
against a lrt the further furher supplying spplying of the tQ Brit BrilIslrGY BritIslrGovarsment
islrGoverumcnt IslrGY Ircnt with wit German Genan arms ars What Ut Utour t tour
our South Suth African Afr n friends frens hope to or orimagine orimagne 0 r rimagine
imagine imagne they can n accomplish accmUsh by these tese use useless ue ueles useless ¬
less les efforts efort to stop sto trade trde with Great Gret Brit Brt BrtaIn T
aIn am Is one of the things no one can cn find findout fnd fndot fine I Ioat
out ot oat The Te Kaisers Kisrs Government GovOment is not like lke lkeJ likely
ly J to interfere intcrfert with Witl Heir Her Krupps Krpps trade tde tdeany tradeany
any more than tha Mr Ir McKinley McKlnlev would med me meddie
die with wIt the commerce of American A cricn mule muledealers a adealers I
dealers dealersAlter deler delerAter dealersAter
Ater an unusually unusaly bright and open o n win winter winter
ter the 1he successive sucche days dS of cloud coud which we wehave we t thave
have seen lately tend ten to depression of ofspirits orsirt o ospirits
spirits sirt Professor Professr Moore Ioore cannot cnnot take any unysatisfaction an k katisfacUon
satisfaction in such a condition of things thingsVould thingsWould
Would he not do well to get his sunshine sunshinemachine sUrulhinemachine a amachine
machine at work again We Ve re have had all allthe alii aliithe al I Ithe
the rain we need < jn thte thl locality IQCaIt for some somelittle somelittle sam a alittle
little time to come and everybody wants wantsto want S Sto
to make garden BruenWlay gardenWhy
Why lte1nllIcnnl CfJtJleHce AcquIeHccFrow CfJtJleHceFrotR
From the LoiifcriHe loui ille CourierJournal CourierJournalIt CourierJ Urna UrnaIt
It M K beca 1tecatifoC re the ItepuWieaas hope to found a aparty 1party a aparty
party among the b refwtahle ble and representative reprUtivwllite a aWIIitt
white voter of the South that they look with withsuch withau wit It Itnuch
such au h KuantHMty < on e tbe tli abridgement of the illit illiteratc illittf1Itc jutertc
eratc black rote f feeling ia sere that with wi the elimi elimiRI1t elimiatia
natMs RI1t atia o et th Uk fear of ae nero ro su NlpfeHl suwemacy reBucy lcy the whites whiteswill whit a awill
will m divide on current < ero eco4imje on c andpolftical and political is iscs iseg
cs It would be Hfl idle > to contend that such ex expectations expeetlltMDS cxpetttMns ¬
pectations are c entirely batiks With Uk the negro negrojuotion D4 negroipcation O
juotion ion out of the > way way the Southern whites whiteswould whiteiwoulti whiteswould
would be free fr to align al lign tbertselves t HS on the other otherestMae
qaestfeBS estMae iBI that most etoely 1 affected tee ted thcffl
Croivth of the Tipping Tlupln SxtemFrom System SystemFrom Sya1ernFrotu
From From the Philadelphia PhiItdt > lpbia Enquirer EwfliirerThere Euquirere EnquirerThere
There e was a t tissue wv when w retonring rt retomia tourists kicked kickedYtg0fee kielcalvesely
Tisoreesly Ytg0fee < Mer the Etmpean ftysieni eJR of tips for forany forIrtY fecaliT
any and all service They y kick 10 o more Tip TirM Tipsare
are JM wt H a oHe oea tt B demanded her here as abroad and andare adart a aare
are a great deal d 1 laqger arZer Y Yew get staved yaw
disc d y you s take ta a cab you have your coat brikfetJ brued bruedyou bruEhedyes
yen HIt k en 8 a qtKttfoo to aItC 1 there you are 3fea a
dime di C or a quarter q arter or wore woreCnptnin IOteCnptnin oce oceCaptain
Cnptnin Carders Affliction AfflictionFront AfilietionFroea tJIlctlonFroM
Front the MiMe fipOOs fipOOsC2pta poK True TrftwteCaptain TrueCain
C2pta Cain Captain II ObertiH otJerli Carters < health w 8 failing so sopidly IiOraptdly sou
raptdly u pidly in prison pcion that he feet kes as if nothing en enearth enurth enearth
earth could save h hue life Ii b but t a trip to Europe EuropevrHh Europewith
with his now no safely slf safei planted sang > a in his grip gripsack rip ripsack gripstck ¬
sack but tin th Department of Justice JUiti cruelly in insists in inIi insist ¬
sists sist that if lie is j Ii Wfund und to dir di he will never neverin be bein bein
in a mure tn nuur r iirgper PP J frame of if f miad to go hence hencecow than tl11nno thanmu >
cow no
LIVE TOPICS ABOUT TOWN TOWNPreparations TOWNPreparations TOWNPreparations
Preparations are being made by the offi officials offidaIs oPtaIs ¬
daIs d aIs at the Patent Office to put the sci scientific sdentit sd sdntihic ¬
entific entit e ntihic c library of that bureau in good goodshape good3hape guodhape
shape s The library a splendidly complete completeone completeone
one o ne of its class has in the past been diffi difficult difficult diffiult ¬
cult c ult to get at at and consequently cons quenUY has not notbeen notbeen
been b een of as much value as it might have havebeen havebeen
been b een It has been decided to provide the thelibrary thelibra13
library li lnrtr with an entirely entire new set of shelves shelvesand shelvesand
lia
and a nd contracts have already been awarded awardedfor awardedfor awardedor
for f or them The shelves at present in use useare useure
are a re of wood and in fact the whole libra library Ubrary ¬
ry i 3 room Is far too much of a tinder box boxto boxto boxo
to t o contain so many valuable books bool = s The Thenew Thenew Theew
new n ew shelves will be made of steel and on onthe onthe onhe
the t tt he most improved pattern It is proposed proposedto
to t o put In two small electric elevators for forhandling forhmdllng forandling
handling h andling the books When completed the thelibrary thelibrary theibrar
library l ibrar will be fitted up in as complete completeand compllcteand completend
and a ab nd modern a style as a > any an department li library libraI ¬
brary b rar In the city cityProbably cItyProbablY cityProbably
J
Probably the maddest man in Washing Washington nu hing hington ¬
ton t on today is a motorman employed on the theG theG theStreet
G Street line of the City and Suburban SuburbanRailroad SuburbanRailroad SuburbanRailroad
Railroad who while going home about
130 1 30 oclock oc1o < k a few mornings ago saw a ahat ahat aat
hat h at lying on the pavement pan ment on First FirstStreet FirstStreet
Street S treet near the Census Office He H picked pickedthe pickedthe
the the derby up seeing that it was sound soundand soundand soundnd
and a nd semirespectablelooking placed it itunder itunder itnder
under u nder his arm and carried it home Be Before Be Before Beore ¬
fore f ore he started to work the next after afternoon aftcrnoon afteroon ¬
noon n oon he took a look at the hat and de decided decIded ¬
nc
cided c lded that as seen by b daylight dn lIght it was too tooshabby tooshabb toohabby
shabby shabb s to keep With great goodness of ofheart ofheart ofeart
heart h eart however he sent his little son over overto oyerto overo
to t o an old negro who did odd chores for forthe forthe forthe
j the family and presented Rufe Rur with a aSunday aSunday aSunday
i Sunday hat The negro was deeply deeplygrateful deeplygrateful deeplygrateful
j grateful and the motorman swelled with withthe withthe withhe
the t he consciousness of having done a good gooddeed gooddeed gooddeed
j deed Yesterday when wh n the motormans motormansmet motormansson 5 5on
son s on brought his dinner in a basket and andmet andmet
met iiis illS car the little fellow informed in onned his hisfather hisfather
hisC
father f that Rufe had been brushing bnlghln up upthe upthe ughe C
ft
the t he old hat and had found founda a 10 bill tuck tucked tucked tuckd ¬
ed e d beneath the swentbandT sweatband The boy bo fur further further furiter ¬
ther t iter stated that Rufe has taken a train trainfor trainfor trainor
for f or Fredericksburg Va to celebrate his hisgood hisgood hitgoodluek
good goodluek luck lucki luckAccordIng
C
i According to an Italian who with his hisj hiswife I
j wife wheels a street piano around the theI theC1pItal theCapital C
I Capital every summer his business is not nott notas notas
t as unprofitable as it appears to the aver averi aerage
i age citizen to be This son so of Italy Jtal Is Isgrowing isgrowing I I
growing prosperous as his receipts range rangefrom rangefrom t
from S5 250 to 3 3 per day da Some of this thismust thismust i
thisI
must be laid aside to pay for wear and andtear andtear andear I
tear t ear on the piano and for rollers contain containing rontaining containag ¬
ing l ag uptodate airs but more than than half of ofthe ofthe ol
the sum Is clear profit and is placed with withone withone nIttone I
one of the local Italian savings societies societiesIn societiesIn
In the winter wlnt r the piano man works as a abarber abarber s
barber and his wife looks after a fruit fruitstand fruilstand sL L
stand so that they have a st steady ady income incomeThis
This is said to be the case with nearly all allof aUof al alof I
of those who are a prosperous enough to toown toown tc tcown
own a piano although on the street they theyaffect the theaffect thelaffect
affect poverty to glean pennies penniesTruxton penniesTruxton penniesTruxton
Truxton Circle which has just ju been beenlaid beenlaid beerlaid
laid out at the junction of North Capitol CapitolStreet CapitolStreet CspitoStreet
Street and Florida Avenue is to be beadorned beadorned in
adorned by an iron fountain Colonel Colonellinghara Colonel1ingham Colonairgham i
linghara irgham Superintendent of Public Build Buildings BuildDgs ¬
ings and Grounds has just ordered that thatthe thatthe L
the fountain which is is at present on the thesmall thesmall the S
small reservation r ITation at the intersection of ofPennsylvania ofPenns 0 0Pennsylvania t
Pennsylvania Penns hania Avenue and il 1 and Twenty Twentyeight Twent Twenteight
eight Streets northwest be moved and andplaced an anplaced ant I
placed at Truxton Circle The Th fountain is isone Isone 1 1one a
one of the largest in the city cit A new and andsmaller am amsmaller
smaller fountain will take its place while whilethe whU whUthe whilethe
the big one will beautify the circle dedi dedicated dedicated dediI ¬
cated to Truxton the distinguished naval navalofficer naxaJofficer nays naysofficer I
officer officerA officerA
C SC
A 1 banquet to be given at the Hotel Gor Gorden Gorden
den Thursday evening is the result of a awager awager
I wager as to the population popul ilon of the Cnitea CniteaStates CnitedStates CnitesStates 1
States as shown by b the figures 1 gurec of the theTwelfth theTwelfth the theTwelfth
Twelfth Census e13us The loser Is Robert P PPorter Po PPorter P PPorter
o
Porter who was Director of the Eleventh EleventhCensus EleventhCensus S SCensus
Census and the winner winneris is Dr Herman HermanHallerith HennanHaJlerIth I IHahlerith
Hallerith representing a tabulating ma machine machine machine ¬
chine company companyThe compan companThe companyThe
The wager wastna1e was made during the progress progressof < S Sof S Sof
of a banquet at the McPherson Club over overa overa overa
a year e ago when Dr Hallerilh was the thehost theho thehost
host and his guests gUes were Census Bureau Bureauofficials Bureauofficials Bureauofficlala
officials ExDirector Porter did not think thinkthe thinkthe
the census then being taken would w uId show showa silo siloa
a population of 75009409 6o 6CY > people l ple In the theUnited theCnlted thetnlted
United States but Dr HaHerUbdid and andthe andthe andthe
the gentlemen agreed that the same com company company campany ¬
pany should be entertained at a dinner dinnerto dinnerto
to be b given after the official result of the thecensus thecensus thecensus
census should be known the cost of the therepast therepast therepast
repast to be borne by Sir lr Porter If the thepopulation thepopulation thepopulation
population fell below 76090009 and by Dr DrHallerith DrHallerith
Hallerith if it reached or exceeded thost thostI
figures figuresDr figuresDr figuresDr
I Dr Hallerith had observed the report reporton reportr reporton
r on the births and deaths In the State Stat > of ofI ofMassachusetts
I Massachusetts and the enormous increase inerea inereaIn
in the former and the falling off In the
death rate made him sanguine that the theincrt theIncrease
increase incrt > ase in population of the United nited
States had been large This population populationas
as announced some time since by the Cen Census Census cansus ¬
sus Bureau is 76301799 Therefore Dr DrHallerith DrHallerith
Hallerith wins winsAnother ninaAnother ins insAnother
Another interesting feature in connec connection cornicetion ¬
tion with the forthcoming feast is that
during its progress pro ress < there will be opened openedtvventyeight openeo openeotwentyeIght openedtwentyeight
twentyeIght sealed guesses made just justtfter just1tCter justifter
tfter the McPherson Club banquet as to tothe toxhe tothe
the population of the country as shown shownby hown hownby
by the Twelfth Census and a solid silver silverlovini slherIoin silverloving
lovini loving cup en > to which each guesser con contributed contributed contributed ¬
tributed Ii 1 will be awarded the one guess guessI gues guesi guesslag
I lag > ij nearest the actual figures shown by b bth
the th Census Bureaus report reportThose reportl reportThose
Those l ose who will be present at the ban banquet bunquet banquet ¬
quet Thursday night and who participat participated ¬
ed In the guessing contest contl st for the loving lovingcup loingcup lovingcup
cup are exDirector Robert P Porter PorterDr PorterDr
Dr Herman HalleriUi William illiam H Mer Mertiara Ier Ierrium
tiara Director of the Twelfth Census CensusC CensusCarroll
Carroll C 01l D Wright right Commissioner of I Ibor La a
bor Fred H Ho Wines Assistant Director of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the Twelfth Census J W Langley
Charles S So Sloan William illiam C Hunt David DavidL DavIdL
L Peffers jr Edward McCauley John S SO SLord
Lord Mr Koch George E E Boos Boo H A Arr AParrows II
Barrows rr S K D North o Lejjrand dn Pow Powers j i
ers Gannett ne t William ftia ftiao A King k William WilliamH f fa faMackriUe 1 1R I I
R Mackrille Harry T Newcomb lew < OmlJ Mr MrNewell MrNewell Ir i
Newell ewell Whitman hltman Osgood Mr Parker A AV ARice I
V Rice William M Stewart Joseph D DStinSQn DStinson i
Stinson Walter alter F Willcox iIlcox all of whom whomare whomare whonuare
are officials of the Twelfth C Cmms nsas and andDr andDr andDr
Dr Day Da and Mr Stoddard of the Elev Eleventh Eleventh Eleventh ¬ I I
enth Census CensusPLANS CensusPLANS CensusPLANS
I
I
PLANS OF THE TRIGG COMPANY COMP COMPANYThe ANY j jThe I IThe
I ITo
The SuipbnililiiiK Plant at Uicliuioncl UicliuionclTo ItiehuionlTo
To lie Kiiliirer Enlar Enlartted EnlarttedlucHaroND d < I IitICHMOXD
itICHMOXD Va April 23 23Tb The plant plantof plantof plantof I
of the William ilUam R R Trlgg Shipbuilding ShipbuildingCompany ShlIhuUdingCompany ShipbuildingC
Company here is to be greatly greaU enlarged enlargedIt C
I
It is stated that 2000 OOO more hands will be beput bl blput beput
put to work In the wards At a meeting meetingof I
of the stockholders on April 29 the capital capitalstock Citlitalstock cutluitalstock
stock of this corporation will be increased increased1Zj01Yfj IncreasedIla0O0
1500000 It Is estimated that the force forcenecessary forceneCes5aI forcenecessar
necessary necessar to operate the various depart departmetns departmetns departmeters
metns will exceed 3000 The company companynow companynow companynow
now has about a Jout 1000 employes emplo es on its pay payrolls Jayrolls payrolls
rolls rollsThe rollsThe
rollsThe
The final consideration and discussion discussionof I
of the plans will be definitely decided decld up upon upon ¬
on when the syockholders 7 meet on April Aprilii
29 ii There Th re is no doubt that the work will willbe willbe willauthorized
be authorized and the meeting is only onlycalled onlycaned onlycalled
called to give official sanction to the theplans theplan theplans
plans plan It Is the purpose of the Trigg Com Company Compan cornpany ¬
pany pan to enter the field for the construction constructionof
of all classes of vessels vesselsFrom vesselsX
4 X New Inane IlIlIoeFrom InaneFrom
From the Cincinnati Enquirer EnquirerIt
It may mav not be too early earl to notify notifu Governor Gevernorak CevcrnorNssh
Xash ak Senator Foraker For ker Chairman Cl irman Dick Dick and sev several lieVeral ev everal ¬
eral other Republicans who are re to have intimate intimateassociation intimateallOciation Intimateasocistion
association with the campaign in Ohio this year yeartfcat yeartbat yearthat
that the question of municipal ownership oW erslip of ofpublic ofp114
public p114 > 1k utilities threatens to take a front place placein placein
in the canvass If they have views on this thissubject thissub thissubject
subject sub they the should 5 onld be petting ready to give givethem givet givethem
them t clear and free expression Probably no nong nosIoe
sIoe < k > dging ¼ ing ng will be tolerated
Tax on FrnnchlIJcI nIlll Incomes IncolDCFrom IncomesFrom
I From the Philadclpliia Record RecordThere RerotdThere Recordthere
There seems to be a growing opinion not con n ¬
fined ft to the membership rneml > crsiuip of any one party that the theultimate theultimate theultisuate
ultimate reliance of the Covernment must m 5t be on Ofta ona
a tax OR incomes BCOI and md franchises fnlnchi and that a law lawcould lavcould lawcould
could be so framed as to avoid constitutional < ob objection obedion ohection ¬
jection edion Those whose wealth is guaranteed to torotnt totheir totheir
their pessesion ion md eaejraeat n1nt b by f fmeat Govern Government
meat should be willing to pay in inprleuoctien proportioa to totbe tothe tothe
the value al e of the guaranty guarantyDifferent suanmtyDifferent guarantyDifferent
Different Modes of Treatment TreatmentFrom rrentnlentFrom rreninicntFrom
From the Lafayette Journal JournalWhen JounutWhen JournaLtvken
When an American newspaper editor in Manila HaniUprints ManilanU
prints pri nU accounts of stealings by high officfals he is isoffietate 15baRWted isbaned
baRWted by UaertITur When the high thimnv thimnvomei thijeiIroeiel
offietate omei l3 are detected In their thieving MacArthur MacArthurelelends
defends them and cables < that the scandal is iagreatly isgreatly isgreatly
greatly overrated overrat
So It Seems SeemsFrom SeelnsFrom SeemsFrom
From the Providence R I Journal JournalIt Journal1t
It is in l a sense independence with a string m nK
that we offer and that is what Cuba must sccepti
PETTIG PETTJGRSA wr fS A SPECULATOR SPECULATORj
j The exSenator Said to Have IIn Made MadeOver MadeOver UndcOcr
Over 1jOOOOOO f1JOOOOOO in Stock StockSIOUX StC StCS10ex StocksSIOUX
SIOUX FALLS FALLS S D April 23Ex 23ExSenator 3ExSenntor 23Exenator
Senator S enator Pettierew has cleared up over overl000oly
51000000 l000oly in thirty thIrt days In speculating culatlng in instocks Instocks Intocks
stocks s tocks Mr r Pettigrew confided the fact facto factto
j to t o some close friends and the winnings winningshave winningshac winningsave
have h ave been placed at an even higher hi her sum sumthan sumthan sumhan
than t han that mentioned mentionedilr mentionedIr mentjonecLMr
ilr Ir Pettigrew Pettigue is believed to have op operated operated oprated ¬
erated o on the ativlce t dvlce vlce of James J HilL It Itis ItIs Its
is i s understood he will again try for the theSenate theSenate theSenate
Senate next year yearI yearMR yearHR
I MB PETTIGBEW NOT CONTEHT CONTEHTSenator CONTElTSella CONTE1Tenator
Senator Sella S enator tor Kyle K le Expects Opposition for forihe forthe forthe
the Senate SenateSenator Senategena Senntegenator
Senator gena tor Kyle of South Dakota who ar arrived arrh arived ¬
rived rh r ived d in Washington yesterday says SIiS it itmust itmust Itmust
must not ire assumed that his former col colleague colleaguc cOleague ¬
league l eague Mr Pettlgrew will accept as final finalhis finalhis finalhis
his recent defeat defeat for reelection to the theSenate theSenate theSenate
Senate SenateHe SenateHe Senatelie
He is to be m my rival said Mr Kyle Kylein KyleIn Kylein
in the Senatorial fight a year from next nextfall nextfall nextall
fall f all and already he is beginning to lay his hisfoundations hisfoundations hisoimdations
foundations f for the fight I hope and be believe be believe beHave ¬
lieve I shall defeat him but It will be a amuch amuch amuch
much harder harder fight than when I was last lastreelected lastre lastreelected
reelected reelectedHe re reelectedHe lected lectedHe
He has undoubtedly a large following followingin
in i n the State and his friends are very loy loyal loyal byal ¬
al to him The Republicans will not have havethe hayethe havethe
the advantage of a Presidential contest contestwhich contestwhich contestwhich
which did did much to help us last year It Itwill Itwill Itwill
will be a midadministration period and It Itwill itwiIl Itbe
will be more difficult to get out the full fullRepublican fuIlRepublican fullRepublican
Republican vote But South Dakota Is Issharing Issharing issharing
sharing In the general prosperity of the thecountry thecountry thecountry
country The people are satisfied I think thinkto thinkto thinkto
to let well enough alone and we ought to towln towin towin
win out outI outA outAN
I AN A ELECTION IN INA ALABAMA ALABAMAote ATARAlVrAtionnl
A Vote ote BeIng Taken on the ConlttittJ ConlttittJtionnl Conatitutional
tionnl Convention Proposition PropositionBIRMINGHAM PropoxltionBIR PropositionBIRMINGHAM
BIRMINGHAM BIR U GIIAl Ala April 23 23A A spe special special apecial ¬
cial State election is being held today to todecide todtCIde todecide
decide whether or not a constitutional constitutionalconvention constItutionalcomenUon constitutionalconvention
convention shall be called and to elect electdelegates electdelegates electdelegates
delegates to such convention conventionThe conentionThe conventionrite
The weather Is threatening and a light lightvote lightote lightvote
vote ote is being polled There is apathy on onall onall onall
all sides I es and 1t is expected that less than thanhalf thanI thanhalf
half the usual vote will be cast Demo Democratic Democratic Democratic ¬
I cratic leaders expect 1 ect that a a convention conventionwill conyentlonwIn conventIonnIll
will be called by b about thirty or forty fortyendorsement fortyhousand
I thousand t majority The movement has the theendorsenlent theendorsement
j endorsement of the Democratic party Re Republicans ReI Republicns ¬
publicans f bliC8ns and many man Populists are against againstit
I it
The convention If called will meet May Mayat
21 21 Negroes are showing little interest in inthe inthe inthe
the election and few are voting votingA yotingA votingA
A CANADIAN CANADLANPBOYECT CANADLANPBOYECTProposItion P2O PROJECT JECT JECTProposition
Proposition to Organize Or nnhe Territories TerritoriesInto TerritorifInto TerritorieSInto
Into Separate Provinces ProvincesOTTAAVA ProilleeOTTAA ProvincesOTTAWAOnt
OTTAAVA OTTAAoOnt OTTAWAOnt oOnt Ont April pril 23 23Arrangements 23Arrangementshave SArrangements SArrangementshave Arrangements Arrangementshave
have been opmpisjted e mJ mptctcd ted for a conference be between b bI between > ¬
tween representatives of the Dominion DominionGovernment DominionGuvernment DominionOijvernnett
I Government anff an n the Government of the theNorthwest tl1 tl1Northwest theNorthwest
Northwest tferritories erritories during the coming comingsummer comingt comingsummer
t summer for > the purpose of considering consideringthe I Ithe
4
1 the question of organizing the territories territoriesinto I Iinto Jinto
into separate provinces p lnces of Canada CanadaBOTTLTIiG CanadeBOTTLING j jBOTTIJ2
BOTTIJ2 BOTTLING WSISKY WHISKY IN BOND BONDA i iA
A A Distiller SAytt S yt It Has Resulted ne IIJtefl In InG InCOtoilSalen j
JobdS7iles G < olfS71le Abroad AbrondThe AbroadThe j jThe
The exporttrade exwrt de in American whiskies whiskieshas whiskieshas I Ilias
has been gradually increasing year yearby Jetrby yearby
by year especially eSp lany since si ce the pass passage passage pSasage
age of the law allowing dis distillers dIstillers dlstillers
tillers to bottle bo Ie whisky whis in bond bondsaid bondsaid i isaid
said Rudy Q Gilvrosky GII osky a leading distiller distillerat j jat
at the Raleigh RaIe g list ist night Prior to the thepassage j jpassage
passage paS age of fh tew w that allowed all w d us s to bot i
j I tie o our r geodaiiubond goods 1m bond bond he added dd d very verylittle e13 e13I
j I little case caseg goods goe1sitere dswer were exported because becausewe lJeCausI becauseWe
I we eouM only onl export e Jort in the original pack package package ¬
T age in hulk without having ha ing to pay the in internal Internal internal ¬
1 ternal revenue re nue tax and hence hen hene it was wastbat wastbat wasthat
tbat Americans traveling abrctfe experi experienced experienced experienceel ¬
enced much muchdifficult difficulty In obtaining obt inhg the theleading theleading theleading
leading brands of American whiskies In Inquart inquart Inquart
quart bottles When we had to o pay the theinternal tbeinternal theinternal
internal revenue tax on all case goods ex exported ext oxparted ¬
t ported it made the price of a bottle of ofwhisky ofwhisky
I whisky whi k o rather high and thus we never nevercould never nevercoud nevercould
could make much headway in the foreign foreignmarkets foreignmarkets foreignmarkets
markets But all this Is changed now nowOur nowledalng nowOur
Our ledaing brands bran of e4 f bottled goods are be becoming becoming becoming ¬
coming exceedingly popular on the other otherside otherside otherside
side of the Atlantic UanUc and we can compete competewith competewith competewith
with any country countryUnder countryLnder countryUnder
Under the law that provides for the th bot bottling botiIIng hottllng ¬
tling of whisky in bond the consumer and andthe andthe andthe
the distiller are protected In that on the tbeneck theneck theneck
neck of each bottle Is a Government Governmentstamp Governmentstamp Governmentstamp
stamp which guarantees the age and anilproof an anproof andproof
proof of the thewhisk whisky and also aO with the theguarantee theguarantee theguarantee
guarantee that the thewbisky whisky Is bottled un under under unOcr ¬
der the supervision of the United States StatesGovernment StatesGoernmenL StatesGovernment
Government That little stamp which whichcosts whichcosts whichcosts
costs us 2 cents has more than trebled
the export trade in American whiskies
during the past four years yearsNow yearsNow ears earsNow
Now an American traveling abroad abroadcan abroadcan abroadcan
can purchase his favorite brand for about aboutthe aboutthe aboutthe
the same price he pays In this country
The reason Canadian whiskies have had hadsuch hadsuch hadsuch
such a run in the United States is because
they tht are bottled under Government super supervision supervision supervision ¬
vision and each bottle has a stamp across acrossits acrossIts
its mouth guaranteeing that fact factMr facttr fact7 fact7Mr
Mr tr Gilowsky Is accompanied by b his wife
He is here on business connected with the
Internal Revenue Bureau Mr Ur Gilowsky GIlowsk GIlowskp08SCS
possesses p08SCS < es one of the most unique watch watchchains
I chains in America He has had it on ex
I hibltion in almost every State and Terri Terntory
tory in the Union The chain is com camjmsed
dl
posed of r thirteen ir Zeal seal teeth thh thhisorw each h isorw isorwame of the thesame
same < length and handsomely mounted in ingold Ing01d Ingobd
gold In the center of the chain is a asplendid asplendid
splendid specimen of an elk tooth The Thechain Thechain
I chain is valued at 5I 5 ge geTHE < Q t tI
THE COST OF CABLEGRAMS CABLEGRAMSUeilnction CABLEGRAMSlteiiuicllon
ItcilncUon of Rates nntc Between Brazil HrajIIand Braziland rnzll rnzllnnd
and the United States StatesEugene StnteEugene StatesEugene
Eugene Seeger the American Consul ConsulGeneral ConsulGenel8J ConsulGeneral
General at Rio de Janeiro writes writes to the theState theState theState
State Department that improvements of ofan ofan
an Important character materially materian affect afTectinp affecting affeting
ing the facility facilit and cost of cable communi communication communication ¬
cation between lie tween Brazil and the United UnitedStates UnItedStates UnitedStates
States have been made by the WesternBrazilian Western WesternBrazilian VesternBrazilian
Brazilian Cable Company CompanyAs
As a result of the new line opened by bythe bv bvthe bythe
the Commercial eommt > rci 1 Cable Company Comp ny from New NewYork Ne NeYQrk NewYork
York to the Azores Islands i connecting connectingwith connectin connectinwith connectingwitle
with the line from Brazil via Lisbon Mr MrSeeger 11S MrSeeger
Seeger S ger add addfe messages can now n6w be sent sentwithout sentwithout sentnitheout
without thet the Delays d delays lays Incident to the crush crushof crushof crushof
of business in iri the London offices which whichformerly whichformerly
formerly had to handle all the Brazil com communications cammunicationta ¬
munications The he managers of the large largecoffee largecoffee
coffee houses hou here who use the service serviceconstantly serviceconstantly senriceconstantly
constantly In lne1r iheir business say sa that the thenew thenew thenew
new lines have proved very ery beneficial In Inaddition Inaddition Inaddition
addition to the 1hei increased cr sed facilities an ad advantage advantugc advantage ¬
vantage has ha > been gained In the cost of oftransmission oftranjmsson oftraugmission
transmission The rates lave lav been reduced reducedon
on an average aYera e 23 per cent Formerly the thecharge thccharge thecharge
charge per nrprd votd prd from Rio de Janeiro to toNew toXew toNew
New Ycrk was nearly nearl JL30 L30 now it is isabout isabout isabout
about I il 1 The average time tIm for a word In Intransmission IntransmlssIol Intransmission
transmission between tb T two places is isfrom isfrom isfrom
from eighteen to twemyflve minutes minutesMessages minutesIessagcs minutesMessages
Messages have come through in twelve twelveminutes tweheminutes twelveminutes
minutes The company sends all messages messagesby messagesby messagesby
by Lisbon and the Commercial Cable Com Companys Companys Cornpanys ¬
panys line line unless another route Is specl speclii specitied sped spedlied
tied < < ii i > ir the > n sender
The consolidated company rperating
here under und r the name of the Western estern Cable CableCompuny CableCompuny CableCompany
Compuny is a union of the Western Braz Brazilian BraziIIan l3razIlian ¬
ilian and the Brazilian Submarine It has hasthree hasthre hasthree
three cables from Pernambuco to Rio de deJanerio deJanerio deJanerlo
Janerio two from Pornambuco to Lisbon LisbonConnections LIsbonConnections LisbonConnections
Connections are made with all the th import important Important Important ¬
ant ports from Para to Montevideo The Thecharges Thechal1es Thecharges
charges per word are based on the aver average average average ¬
age rate of exchange for every three threemonths threemonths threemonths
months as determined by the Brazilian BrazilianGovernment BrazilianGovemment BrazilianGovernment
Government Govemment Atipresent it l Is 90Q 90 9 reis to tothe tothe tothe
the franc 133 cents and If exchange re remains remains remains ¬
mains above lldi lid It will soon be consid considerably consldera considerabiy ¬
erably era lr less lessThe lessThe lessThe
The following rates may ma be of 0 olnterest olnterestFrom Interest InterestFrom interestFrom
From Canada New York City Cit Boston BostonBaltimore BostonBaltimore BostonBaltimore
Baltimore Philadelphia Washington ashington Chi Chicago ChIcago Chica4go ¬
cago and New Orleans JLOO LOO to Barbados BarbadosL9I BarbadosL91 BarbadosL91
L91 to St 51 Thomas JL96 L96i L116 to Havana 116 116to L16 L16to i16to
to Trinidad J193 J193Arrival L9g L9gArrlftl L9iArrival
Arrival of Consul ConRu Mcaupre McaupreNEW IienupreNEW cntJpre cntJpreNEW
NEW YORK April 23 23Among Among the pas passengers pass paasengers ¬
sengers s ngcrs who arrived this mornIng on the theAtlas theAtlas theAtlaa
Atlas line steamship steamshlpAIcno Alene from the West WestIndies WestIndies WestIndies
Indies was was A A M Beaupre United States StatesConsul StatesConsul SlatesConsul
Consul at Bogota Colombia
CUSTOMS RECEIPTS IN CUBA CUBAFifjnren OmJA OmJAIIgure OUB OUBFigures
Figures Show n Falling Ial1ln Oft During DtJrlngJnntJnr DurIngJnnunry DuringTnnnnry
Tnnnnry anti February KchrnnryThe FehrunrThe FebruaryTine
The Division of Insular Affairs of the theWar thear theWar
War ar Department has issued issu d a statement statementof statementof
of receipts from all sources at the sev severa se seeral several
era eral customs houses is the Island of Cuba Cubafor Cubafor Cubafor
for the two months ended February Februar 28
1091 961 as compared with the same same period of of1S93 of1m of1S99
1S93 and 190 190The judd 1900The juddThe
The total receipts from customs sources sourcesduring soureesduring sourcesduring
during the two months endeU ende 1 February
28 1901 were S2 253S4096 for the two twomonths twomonths twomonths
months ended February 28 1S99 2006 2006
54715 and for the two months ended Feb February Febmnry Febmary ¬
mary 2S 1900 276M9114 The comparison comparisonby
by custom ports follows Baracoa two twomonths twomonths twomonths
months ended February 28 1901 t41761Si1S99 5417615
1899 177218 577219 1900 737937 Batabano two twomonths twomonths twomonths
months ended February 28 lS 1901 549G 549GIf9 349WT 349WT1S99 549O4 549O41S29
1S99 59WJS 9l0tl6 ffIG 1900 5S8S35 SS S86 tG Cienfuesos two twomonths twomonths twomonths
months ended end February 29 15W 20595906 20595906ISO
ISO 515342671 19W 19t I7I63VTt 17163707 Cardenas Cardenastwn CardenastJVI CardenastVe
twn tJVI months ended February 23 1901 45 45
79366 9166 1S99 525 lI5551OT 55767 707 BOO 900 6913580 I35S l Calba Calbarien Calbanen Caibarien
rien two months ended February 28 1391 1901 1901sm 120128E316
53832336 sm 2336 1S99 1S065J7 1900 2956849 29949Guantanamo 25f049Guantanamo 2956849Guantanamo
Guantanamo two months ended Febru February Februn ¬
ary n 28 1901 1901 53197561 SJIJi 61 1899 1S 158539 1585390 1900 1900t22G2569 19001i21H269
2262569 Gibara two months ended Feb February February Februnty ¬
ruary 2S s 1901 553 5385101 6187 67 1899 20 20751 2075L21 5L21 21 1900
257 2572651 S1 Havana two months ended Feb February Februal Februnty ¬
runty 28 1931 1931 518W1C244 BOO 1899144597797 144597797
1900 211672678 116726 S Manzanillo two months monthsended monthsended monthsended
ended February 2S 1901 3tSlZ8 3481284 > t 1S99 521 1216Eil
65221 6 1900 524750i9 Matanzas two twomonths twomonths twomonths
months ended Febru FelJrul13 iry 28 1901 7591452 59US21m 75914521S99 759l4 759l41f99
1S99 5489336 1900 9fj 7301183 Nuevitas Xuevitastwo Nuevitastwo Nuevitastwo
two months ended February 28 1901 J29 1295sL
53132 5sL 1S99 5592911 H 1900 53LS392I 1S39t Sagua Saguala SaguaIa
Ia Grande two months ended February
28 1901 3749037 3374937 1SS9 S99 2227168 1900 127 27
06127 Santa Cruz two tw months ended endedFebruary endedFebruary endedFebruary
February 28 = 8 1901 1901 5SS955 55 1599 31UI5 31L95 1900 1900 19001L24545
124545 Santiago two months ended
February Febnm 2S 1961 1 17767926 6792G 1892 S14960T62 S14960T62ed H96IJ 62
1900 l56sstU TrinIdad two months end endeel
ed February 28 1901 256751 1899 llS27 183787 837 i
1SQO 000 S5S06S2 Tunas de Zaza two months monthsended monthsended monthsended
ended February Februa1328 28 1901 88017 83817 1899 169822 69822
1900 23729 23723
FREIGHT RATES OH O LUMBER ITJMBEBA
A a Decision of Hie thi Tnferntnte Inicr tnte Com Commerce COlDJnerce Coinsneree ¬
merce CommIssIon CommlsHlonThe CommlHRlonTI1e CommIssIonT1e
The TI1e Interstate Commerce Commission Commissionin
in an opinion by Commissioner Yeo Yeomans Yeoman Yeamans
mans man has announced Its decision In the thecase thecase thecase
case of Hilton Lumber Company vs Wil Wilmington WilmiugtouL Vll Vllmlngton ¬
mington and Weldon Railroad Company Companyet Companet
et aL The Commission decides d Cld S that the thethrough thethrough thethrough
through rates from Wilmington ilmIngton N C Cto c cto Cto
to ihiladelphia 1 Jersey City CIl and Boston Bostonto Bostonto Bostonto
to the extent that they t y exceed the sum sumof sumof sumof
of rates from Wilmington to Norfolk or orPortsmouth orPortsmouth orPortsmouth
Portsmouth and from the latter points pointsto poIntsto
to the Northern cities mentioned are un unjust unjust unjust ¬
just and wrongfully prejudicial to Wil Wilmington WIImington 11 11mingtoR ¬
mington shippers in violation of sections sectionsand sectionsii
ii 1 1 and 2 of the act to regulate com commerce commerce cornrnerce ¬
merce Divisions Div sions of joint rates are usu usually usuaUy usually ¬
ally less than the corresponding locals localsand localsand localsand
and almost without exception not greater greaterand greaterand greaterand
and while a cas case may arise in which such sucha
a division could be made greater than thanthe thanthe thanthe
the local aI or straight rate no such case caseis caseis caseis
is presented here where the total through throughrate throughrate throughrate
rate on competitive traffic exceeds the thesum thesum thesum
sum of charges ch l1e8 to and from an Interme Intermediate intennedlate intermenate ¬
diate point The case is retained for fur fnrtlier furtler further
tlier investigation in regard to certain ap ap1M tipytuurent ¬
parent 1M rent disterimlnatJoBS resulting from a alower alower alower
lower proportion or arbitrary rate ratecharged ratecharged ratecharged
charged by carriers south of Norfolk orfolk on onlumber
lumber from Wilmington to New York YorkCity YorkCity
City than on n lumber from Wilmington to
Jersey City located on the Hudson River Riveropposite PIcroppositO Riveropposite
opposite New York York and from lower rates ratescharged ratescharged ratescharged
charged by one of such carriers from in interior interior intenor ¬
terior points near Wilmington to Ports Portsmouth Portsmouth Portsmouth ¬
mouth or Pinners Point on shipments to
Northern seaport cities thin the propor proportion proportion proportion ¬
tion or arbitrary arbltra rate charged by it on onthrough onthrough onthrough
through business from Wilmington to the thesame thesame thesame
same destinations
UNITEDSTATES UNITED STATES IN THE LEAD IEADShe LEADShe LEAD21cc
She Sore the hue Greatest G nteAt Increase in inKvport inExportK inExports
Exports of Con ConThe ConTh CoalTheatuuouncement
The Th Theatuuouncement aonoHnceiuent of a prospective ex export export axport ¬
port tax of one shilling a ton on English Englishcoal Englishcoal Englishcoal
coal adds dds interest to the fact that Ameri American AmeriCRn Amen Amencan ¬
can coal co l is making m king rapid headway in in invading invadlng inradlng ¬
vading vadlng the markets of the world The Thefigures Thefigures Thefigures
figures of the Treasury Bureau of Statis Statistics Statistics Statistics ¬
tics indicate ind cete that the coal exports of the thefiscal thefiscal thefiscal
fiscal year which ends on June 30 will willamount willamount willamount
amount to about SOW060 tons as as against againstless againstless againstIcas
less than 2066000 00fW tons in 1S90 3772192 3772192tons d g72192tolls 219 219tOilS
tons in 1ES9 and 71SS64S ISS 1SS64S tons ton in 1900 This Thisesi Tl ThIsexport s sexport
esi export > ort figure is as yet small compared comparedthat comparedthat comparedthat
that of the railed Kingdom or compared comparedl1th comparedwith
with our coal area which is many man times timesgreater imes imesgreater
greater than that of any other of the
great coal oal exporting nations but the
growth in our own case has been more
rapid than that of any an other country I
The United Kingdom for instance ex cxported ¬ I Iported
ported 30142 3O1t2cv 2 tons in 1SS9 1 and 46108011
tons ton t in BOO 900 the relative growth being II IIton
much greater in the case of the United I IStates
States than in the th case of the United nIted
Kingdom Germany Gennan is the second cond great
coal exporting xportin country of the world and
her expots xp TfO tnl only o increased from 9145000
metric tons in 1S90 to 15276000 15 76000 tons in
1900 The United Fl tro States now ranks third
in coal exportations Belgium ranks
fourth with a total exportation of 6114
< 000 tons In 1S90 and 6931575 tons in 1990 1990rv 900
Thus tie relative > nmwth wth
or
rv < sr tu ui iuaj coal ejspuits exports
from the United States exceeds exc that of
any anv omer nation nationIn nationl huationin
In l i production the United States has
within the last la > t two years taken first
rank her total coal production inlS99 inlS99I in 1m
the latest available year being 22635gI 5535I I
I tons against 229094781 tons for the United
Kingdom while in 1S99 the production of
the th United Kingdom was lgL6142SS IS1GH tons
and ant that of the United Slates 140SS2729 l o8S2
tons tonsoPAPER
PAPER CURRENCY IN SIAM SIAMThai SIAMThat SIA3ThinS
Thai Government to Benin Its IssueXcxt Issuexext Issue IssueAeact
Aeact September SeptemberHamilton SCJtelDberHamilton SeptemberHamilton
Hamilton King the United States Con Consul Consul Constil ¬
sul General at BangkoJc Siam informs
the State pe Department > artment that the Siamese
Government Gmernrnt nt will ill
> on September 21 next nextthe Ileitthe nextthe
the Kings birthday birthda begin the issue of ofpaper orIlaper ofiuaper
paper currency The notes wsll be of the
following fOllowln denominations TIcjiIs TIc T1cls ls 5 S 19 20
100 1000 and by b a royal decree will be de deciared e eclared e ecIared
cIared legal I ogal tender
throughout Slam ex except excpt cxccitt ¬
cept at the office offic of issue The value ulue of ofthe ofthe I
the tical is about abo t 294 14 IA cents centsThe coatsThe
I
The new currency the Consul Gen General Ceneral Canoral ¬
eral declares declar < s will be of great assistance assistanceto
to trade in this country as there is isgreat isgreat Isgreat
great confusion and an loss under the th pre prevailing prealling pretailing ¬
tailing alling system sy tcm At th the present present time the therupee therupee
rupee is is used uw in the north of Siam and
in the south the sihoer tical and the alex Jex
lean dollar On account of the very slow slowmuns slowmeans
means of communication the trader tra f r is isoften isoften
often at t the mercy of > 1 the Chinese money ¬
changers whose < charges cha es are sometimes MmeUm sometimesexorbitant s seoorhitant
exorbitant Again the th advantage that thatpaper thatpaper
paper c cbulky curren Currency will han over the henry
bulky s sIt iher coins wm be very cry great
It is the intention of the Government Governmentat
at first to hold the notes against silver
for purchase by anyone who wishes to touse
use them th m It is anticipated that the
banks will be he heavy purchasers The Thellresent Theheresent
present banknotes are not legal tender tenderamI tenderand
and often will not be accepted among the
ignorant even in the city of Bangkok
The Hongkong and Shanghai Banking
Corporation the largest in the country
has already alread reached its limit of paper is issue issue issue ¬
sue 10000000 After this it must deposit depositwith depositwith
with the Hongkong Government dollar
for dollar on all further furtht > r issues of notes
By the purchase pnrch se of the Government Governmentnotes Governmentnotes
notes for use it will save all expense and
trouble of issue and handling Again ow ¬
ing to circumstances recently pointed out
by me the vaults of the local banks are
filled to overflowing with silver coin and anda anda
a safe outlet is sought For a time the
Government Drorxwes to hold in reserve
the entire value of all sales made but as
Siams credit becomes established In other othercountries othercountrIes othercountries
countries a safe reserve will be held and andthe andthe
the surplus invested In foreign securities
The present treasury balance is about 12 SiL
000000 ticaJs at home and E35OOOO 330000 In Eu Europe Europe Europs ¬
rope Siam has no public debt debtBnKjr debtUtJllty debtBusy
Busy Times Tinle for Mrs 1 N8tlonFrom NationProm Nation IVatlonFVora
From the Kansas J D6U City Times Times1According TimesCC TimesAccording
According CC rding to Mrs Irs Nations ations latest dream her hermission bermiSJ lienmitsion
mission miSJ > ion is i to rid the werld erld of a liquor tobacco tobaccocorsets tob tobaccocorsets lccoc
corsets c ho jewelry jeael dime dill Jiovete 1I6vek immoral plays and andpoliticians 2ntJpo1itician sail sailpoliticians I
politicians Mrs Irs Nation ation has mere business busi than a acranberry tcrmbeny acranberry I
cranberry merchant mcrclwatFrom mffChantU merchantReal
U Real nl Infant JndD Industries IndustriesFrom trl trlFrom
From the Indianapolis Seas XewsOur X SeasOur 5 5Our
Our infant industries in wtries do indeed ind need protection proicetionbut
but the infants arc men with small capital and nd
the protection protC < tion needed is protection against the thetrusts thtrusts thetrusts
trusts 1
CLERGYMEN CL OLRGn1ENTO GY11E TO INVESTIGATE INVESTIGATEAbolition INVESTIGATEAboUtlonof INVESTIGATEAbolition
Abolition AboUtlonof of o the Arm Army Canteen Iendto 1endsto Lends Lendsto
to an S2n Enqu1rrln Bnquiry < iniry in Chicago ChicncoCHICAGO Chlcn ChicagoCHICAGO o oCHICAGO
CHICAGO April pril23Investlgatlon 23Investigaaon icio iciothe idothe tatothe
the practical results o ofabolltfon of abolition o the thearmy th thnnny thearmy
army canteen is to be made at Fort Sheri Sheridan SherldRn Shenldan ¬
dan by several seTeralletding leading ministers of this thiscity thiscI thiseisa
city cI The Investigation Is to be under undertaken undertaken undertaken ¬
taken In consequence of the widely pub published published pubILuhed ¬
lished reports of disorderly conduct of the thesoldiers thesoldiers thesoldiers
soldiers on pay pn day and the multiplies multiplication multIplicnHon multipliestion
tion of saloons just outside the army armybarracks armybarracks armybarracks
barracks barracksRev barracksRev barracksRev
Rev it M it L Parkhurst president of the theAntiSaloon theAntiSaloon theAntiSaloon
AntiSaloon League was appointed appolnt yes yesterday yesterday yesterday ¬
terday by the Methodist Ministers Asso Association Assoc1atlOl Amaelation ¬
elation to t take part in the Investigation InvestigationHe ImestigationHe
He will have associated with iU him clergy clergymen cJergymen clergymen ¬
men from other denominations In the theresolution theresolution theresolution
resolution appointing him the ministers ministersdeclare mnlstersdeclnre mInistersdectara
declare there was an anorganned organized effort effortmaking effortmnkIng effortmaking
making throughout the country to have havethe havethe havethe
the canteen law reenacted reenactedSUCCESS reenactedSUCCESS reenactedSUCCESS
SUCCESS OF A BLIND 2rIA2To MANTo MAN brANTo
To Grndcnte Grnd nte Prom n a Chicago Chlen o 3lctl 3lctlJcnl 31dbSemi Uctl1cnl
Semi College With VltII Honors HonorsCHICAGO Honor1lCHICAGO HonorsCHICAGO
CHICAGO April 23 23George George H H Dobbins Dobbinswho Dobbinswho BobbInswho
who has been blind for more than sigh eighteen eJghteen sighteen ¬
teen years ears will will today toda graduate with hon honor honor henor ¬
or from the Chicago Homeopathto Homeop thw iledl iledlcal Iedl Iedlcal ledical
cal College and Immediately take his hisplace hisptace hisplace
place among eight or ten blind physicians physiciansnow phySlc1ansnow physIciansnow
now successfully suc ssfully practicing medicine In Inthe inthe inthe
the United States StatesDr statesDr tates tatesDr
Dr Dobbins began to lose his sight sightnearly sightnearly sightnearly
nearly nineteen years ago An inflamma inflammatory inflammatory infiammatory ¬
tory optical malady destroyed his vision visionand visionand visionand
and one of his eyes was removed to give giveplace giep1ac giveplace
place to a glass substitute bstitute The other eye eyebecame ejCbecame eyebecame
became sightless and will soon be berep1ac berep1accd replac replaced replaced ¬
ed by one of glass He entered th the medi medical medical medical ¬
cal college four years ago and has made madeexcellent madeexcellent madeexcellent
excellent progress keeping up with the therest therest therest
rest of the class easily He will take his hissheepskin hissheepskIn
sheepskin together with eighty ighty other
members of his hI class classWAGES classWAGES classWAGES
WAGES OF INDIAN CHILDREN
Methods ol Teaching Them at Gov Government GoverlUnent Goneminent ¬
eminent Schools SchoolsFrom SehoolsFrom SchoolsFniani
From From the Arizona Republican Bepab1icmHow RepublicanHow RepublicanHow
How are the Indian pupils hired oat out
and what Is done with their wages
The Indian pupils are sent out from the
Government school at Phoenix to work in
good families as helpers The girls and
some of the boys bosare are employed as h htle < iir e
servants The large boys aretcmployeo are are employee 1 i ta a
various capacities on farms The girls are
employed through the chief matron the
boys through the disciplinarian dIsciplinarianall all Under
rules issued by the superintendent 5uperintendentTI1ere 5uperintendentTI1ereare There Thereare Thereare
are constantly from one hundred to two twomndred
hundred girls enjoying outing benefits
The demand for boys Is not so greats reatThe reatThewageS < The Thewages Thewages
wages the pupils receive vary from 15 3 per permonth permonth
month for small boys or girls to S 25 2 per permonth permonth permonth
month for the large and tndmore more capable
The outing system is controlled abate absoutely
utely by b the superintendent superinten entwho who can call callevery canevery railevery
every pupil In at any time desired What Whata
a howl would go up from the residents o or
this valley If the superintendent should ex exercise e3ercse cxercise ¬
ercise ercse this authority
The highest wages ever paid to any In ¬
dint pupils are paid by the superintend superin end ¬
ent He now has two boys Working for
him at 10 30 a month Besides this ro 30 in
cash a month be pays for their board and
edging He has at various times em ¬
ployed boys at from 50 cents a day cj u to
123 23 a month He pays pa s his laborers always alWU
according to their th ir worth and if a boy Ja
employed at 56 cents a a day da and earns I 1
a cay he is paid I 1 a day da The superin ¬
tendent has always employed a house ¬
maid though thou gh he might have had aD his
house louse work done for nothing He has paid
as high as 15 15 ll a month for such service
and boarded the girl besides although he
could with perfect perr t propriety have sent the
girl to the school dining room r m mot
Not ot every evel applicant can secure a pupil
from this school It is a keen pleasure to toI
accommodate t the worthy But when a agirl
I eco h
girl Is sent out u compelled to tuJo do all i the h
dirty dirt work ork of the house nouseke kept t toiling from
early earI until late never given a a word won of en encouragement encouragement ¬
couragement never permitted to enterthe <
living rooms of the home home compelled to al alas ¬
ways as eat her meals from a plate in the
kitchen alone permitted to leave the i
house unattended at night and return j
when she pleases if she is there to begin
the drudgery of the next day dayxndlhen and then of ¬
fered r red payment p ment in cast o off t clothing clothingthe the j
superintendent when he discovers the j
slavish sl vish condition of the child utters some i
pretty strong anathemas to the Invisible Invisiblespirits inisIblespirits InvisiblespirIts
spirits of the air and brings that girl back j
to the school hool There are not many manysuch such
At the end of f each month the matron matronand matronand
and disciplinarian collect the pupils pupilswages pupilswages j
wages They in turn give this money to
a clerk in the office ffice who receipts for forsame forsame
same The money mother deposits the themonty themoney
money in i ip the bunk bank entering the same in
the childs chils bankbook This bankbook is
kept exactly exactl like similar simi1 i books of any
other person A child Is compelled to tosave tosan tosave
save at least onehalf of his earnings i
When hen his savings have amounted to j 3
interest is paid at the rate of 4 1 per cent
When hen a child takes final leave of the theschool theschool
school his money is paid in fulL These Theseaccounts Theseaccounts
accounts are kept in proper ledgers in inproper inproper inproper
proper form and are inspected at thesmt the thesame thesame
same time and in the same manner as asother asother asother
other school accounts By B the system = of oCchecksby ofcheeksby
checks checksby by pupils matrons disciplinarian disciplinariancash disciplinariancash disciplinariancash
cash clerk chief clerk clerk and superintendent superintendentall
all of whom are inspected by b Govern Government Goernment Goteramerit
ment supervisors special agents and in inspectors inspectors Inspecters ¬
spectors mistakes and errors are prac ¬
tically impossible and detection is certain
Some of your children are white Are Areuu Areyou
you allowed to take white children Into
Indian ndian schools schoolsThe schoolsThe schoolsThe
The Government does not authorize the theadmission theadmission theadmission
admission of white children into Indian Indianschools Indianschools Indianschools
schools except the children of school scl1oolem scl1oolemplo em employes empboyes ¬
ployes plo es Every Indian school however has hasenrolled hasenrolled hasenrolled
enrolled some children as fair as any child
born of white parents These are the he
children of mixed mixedb1ood blood Children possess ¬
ing in a oiiethirtysecond olethlrt second part Indian blood bloodre bloodre bloodsire
sire re entitled to school privileges T 1nti ntil re recently recently xecently ¬
cently since the development of the school
into an Institution of the first rank there therewere therewere therewere
were few light colored Indians in the
Phoenix school shoolnow now however there are areabout areabout
about one hundred of the seven hundred
who are pf mixed blood Nearly Kearl every i
child of mixed blood now attending the i
Phoenix school has been transferred hith hither ¬
er from Indian schools in other States and
Territories TerritoriesCURENT
CUEENT SITfilOB HU1rIORHis EUbIOBIlls
His Inclinatioll
Fi From m the New York Weekly WeeklyWinks WeeklyU WeeklyWisi5ec
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up like a jackknife jacbknifeJinks jackknifeJinkaYm rlilmife rlilmifeJin
Jin JinkaYm Jinks Yes cs hes hesTram on p1e1 phamc e bent bcrtDfiDefl bentDefined
Defined DfiDeflFmm Definedifrorn
Tram the Philadelphia Press PressHlHic lr PressWillieIs
W WillieIs HlHic lfiela Pa wfals wit an old flame fitimeIaIy
Ia IaIr Jy son vshen a man Kptafcs of 4MS his oW oldllama
fl l llama me lie refers to something somctbin ovcc which lie used ascdto usedto usedto
to burn his money moneyTlint moneyThnt mOneyThat
That JPiniNlietl TIinFrom Him HimFrom HimFront
From the Boston Globe GlobeMabel Iob IobL1b GlobeILub
Mabel ILub L1b l1e TIien pa MW < my ri latest Jut ie lIepped gasped
Well tints tht the limit Yon cant sitovr me any In Intbi
thing tbi < biger bigger that that thatCkollie tBatCIIoUiell8t thatChollieWhat
Ckollie CIIoUiell8t lwt did you lOU do doMabel dofabcll doMabeli
Mabel fabcll 1 showed slw l him l im the bill
Not ot Alone iii In in 0 Russia RussiaFrom RussIaFrom
From From the Baltimore American tnuenicanMrs N NMrs
Mrs frs Meddenrras5 lledderzrassThe iedd The paper rays ys that most o othe ethe
the Rooshians is i ignorant people peopleMr J eOphoIr peoplnMr
Mr Ir Meddererass lieddvrgrassWdI itdd 5SWeJI Well now I sfU h hd think theyd theydhave thed theydhave > i1une
have to be horsy purl smart to understand their san ewzjImproving m mla sanlanguage
la language e
Improving His Grammar GrammarFrom Grnn1nlnrFrom GrnnsnusrFrom
From the Christian Ch 5tim Endeavor Endea r World WorldIn WorldIn WorldIn
In a school for colored children there4 there4iras there iras UaS a alittle 31ittle alittle
little boy who would persist in saying ying have havewent ItaeweilL Miawent
went weilLThe wentThe wentThe
The teacher kept him in in one night and mid mido saidi saidiNow nodNow
Now o while I am oat of the room you may maywrite m21write maywrite
write have gone n fifty times timesWhen tilrnSWhen timesWhen
When the teacher came back he looked at th thboys tM tMboys thebars
boys bars paper and there wI was vas have one fifty fiftytimes fiftytimes ditytimex
times On the ether side was as written r tten I have havewent haewent harewent
went home
Inducement InducementFrom YnduceJlIelltFrom InducementreFrom
From From thee Kansas l City Journal JournalMade JournalMade t tlrade
Made desperate by the slowness s with which biclt he heis heis heis
is getting gettin hJs corn ground ready a Butler farmer farmerpublishes farmerpublishes farmerpublishes
publishes the following foUo ig advertisement 1derti ement > in intll intllEl the theEl theEl
El Dorado Republican RepoblicanWanted RepnblicmWantedSome RepublicanWantedSome
Wanted WantedSome Some farm hands I Svilfr nIl give give a adollar 3doUar adollar
dollar a day three meals and a custard pie aDd amimilk aDdmilk andmilk
milk lunch at bedtimefC2tber bedtime feather bods be bedsSunday bedsSundayoffand hSnndnJ hSnndnJoffand < Sundays Sundaysoff
off offand and permission to kiss the hired hi d gid far fersome t farsome r rome
some > f lenin rm bands bandsIn bandsIn
In the Enemy COtJIItr COtJIItrFrom Country CountryFrom i
From the Chicago Tribune TribuneI
I know well enough fellow citizens ex exclaimed cxclaimed ¬
claimed the fiercebrowed fiercebrl > wed shaggyhaired prater praterthat 9ratrUthat praterthat
Uthat that the views I 1 advocate are not popular Sot Kotten Sotten Notten
ten Jays w > s ago < while advocating adocatin them thcmf thcmfpublic from = a apublic apublic I
public platform p Uorm I was wa struck on the head by bv a abrick abrick abrick
brick and knocked senseless senselessWby senselessWhy
Why didnt you YGUUJIt maSt till you got your sense senseltk i
tack ltk before you went to talking again r rqtIirro en enquired enquired ¬ I
quired a man m2n in the outskirts of the crowd in a
loud raucous voice
> N03ESOI NOTES OF THE DAY DATT D DAYTea Y YTfft
T Tea pounds of jmilbtrry leaves yield MK sesessoc sesessocof CMHHIe CMHHIeof w ce ceof
of raw silL eflfeLake 81 silLIajw k kJak
Lake Hares n is ateest Iest exactly eRe y tate she et Grteac Grteaclak GrHCIall Crap Craplake
lak lake Superior < ef t Ireland IrelandThe IreJaJMLThe IrelandThe
The IhidM I Eimv the Blitzes R lne el America tiae from fromit Itemit frontits
it it > month to the Jakes Jak takes In Inroo 400 mIles raHesKangaroos mHesangalOOll mIlesKanearoos
Kangaroos angalOOll can eaft jump juMpeletea p efere eleven fet liei in height heightEaiBst heighta heightagainst
a against i a 4e 4Iiers r best reeordof r ef vinettct Binef nine ft oet sir it itNerway inches inchesteHkft mtacsX
X Nerway rwty kJ1Ie ltRIy Nll cesatry try intM iii the iocrld Id lIt lItbaltb whese
teHkft t LoId hokKmgce specie in their sales ttoa they theyThe theyThe
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dedari declaring g msrrfages hetwcea whites tes aad s BegTee5 sres esreeain
iltegri iltegriIn illegaIn
In prehisieric time ti times the tlterJftMte rMMfeera flaarished ed V
in California while le tefge JIIr HOBS and Take ug lIgtfllved lived livedThtnr
in tli jungles 3UBJeJI1 junglesTherm
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Thtnr we no niffiomirei 1D11rIOhI fa II Iwtand < TS ilee p pne pnepie
pIe there are 2 all poor but there i e arc nb no J Jctrts Jepen4 pen peneiits
cnts and as nepa8pe nepa8peidett ps ppers ppersThe pors porsTt
Tt The ftfcleat boge bridge fa Earepe is that tMtt tMttRa st stRatfeboa
Satiation Ra ever The Dtmifee fuMl It was built IIoBtIDlli la 1153 1153and 1285and
and is S91 feet ill > H length leagtluTfce legtJarnat lengthThe
The largest speare IiP sp se ever jeund euad ammo i to 1Mm m the t
Mediterranean 1fediterna 1M It was ever three feetVieress feet fr9Si and andLewUteo 2 tl
ten feet I cire1llBfereJJee cire1llBfereJJeeLev esifereuiee esifereuieeLewieton
LewUteo Lev en 3fe re baa ait aniRIam infant prodigy two tv and andonehalf adoneftalf sadonehalf
onehalf years Irl oH who speaks FreDeltuKEnglLlh French an4 andllngUth UngUWt
fluently and wonderfully wen TreBExcluding wenExdudlJtjt welLExcluding
Excluding 82000 small craft the th ccmnwrec rnnterec of o
the world C dd i8 carried ca en by 450O5 vessels vilSelsr with witMa witMacatrying 2 2carrying
carrying power er ol 45099009 Is eeOOO ww wwRailroad teM teMRailroad teasRailroed
Railroad bridge l builders are re e adopting the 6r c
timber ber l f Ac t + e North ortlt Pacific Cow ect for hrMge taM taMvsg
vsg lag because e He remarkable streasia streasiaCattle str StIeDiLCattle Jt JtCattle
Cattle herd J in the Arj A Argentine atfoc RejrahKc R Rejah4isre are said
t t number n mber lWeeO00 > We 8IiGOr < > an descended fran g sight sightcows gfct gfctcows t tcows
cows and one bull brought te Brazil sheet 1iHtltyears 230 230years 210years
years ago agoThe tgo11te agorhn
The order of St St t Frauds 1 less swpptted tea Popes
tkat of St Dominic I c few Th The order ef f St St Bene ¬
dict holds the record with fortythree f Ptiees and andyrttfXK
yrttfXK 000 Wshops WshopsA bis bisA
A boy leaky a Month old can expect lptf tfrty rty
tr two t years at We When h be is fire jers older
his chances ot living have increased t fiftyene fiftyeneyears fdtyencyears
years six months monthsFifty moethFifty
Fifty servant girts of St St Pawl abe propose
to form a union Mr their protection against againststingy againststiugy
stingy awl cranky cran4 mistresses bare completed a atemporary
temporary ecgasimtlea
London w is the meet eipeasive port la tic werM nesrlel
Ships winch can discharge in three days at atLiverpool
Liverpool Or New York take fourteen is London iorxionorrinsf Londonowing
owing to lack of facIlitiesNinetyone facilities facilities2nnetyone
2nnetyone thousand readers visit th the British DelilahMuseum
Mascara Libra Library yearly It has thirrytwe miles milesof milesof
of sheaves filled with books against eighteen IB IBthe inthe
the French lapcrkl Library LibraryThe LibraryThe
The desert of Sahara covers 2500 09 equate fipvuemiles equatemiles
miles between the Atlantic Ocean and the Mle nile
Valley Crossing this waste an a camels bact Il if iiany ifany
any do so BOW is no easy enterprise enterpriseAccording enterpriseAccording
According te a recent regulation pttptts is the theschools tInsschools
schools of Saxeny niP hereafter he required to tocommit tocommit
commit te memory 291 Biblical verses and 103 103verses i ivacant
verses of hymns in addition to the caJechisa caJechisaIniproTemeats esieduie esieduieiseproveaneats
IniproTemeats on the Rhine River this year will srillcost willcost
cost the GoTenHBcnt of Baden UnarM atod
AlsaceLorraine 12000000 marks The Th iMpnrc iMpnrcments reve revemeats
meats will be on the river from Strasfewg ess essSaboona m mSalooos
Salooos in Toronto are forced to dose at 7 7oclock 7OCIOtk
oclock on Saturday evenings This is S e lint ifctworkinsmen lintworkinginen
workinsmen who are paid off at on SatnnsjL night mghtnay nightmay
nay not squander their wages IB in an i iado4gaoe Mgee of citheir
their bibulous propensities propensitiesPopular prepeneltiesPopular
Popular opinion has at last done aos with withthe withthe
the demoralizing spectacle of public exertKieaf exertKieafa
a law having been passed Iry the Legists Lecglaktarepro Lecglaktareprotiding tare pro providing ¬
viding that in future the gallows gallowsbe afcatt aftwajs
be erected inside the jail jailThe jaiLThe
The gold das from Australia and Catiffcao Catiffcaosince chiiiysiasince
since their mines were discovered wwkl fSt i iroom aroom
room 40 feet loo long and 20 feet wide s desusd and 3T feet Secthigh
high and it iv a problem te tell what Its wealtX wealtXcounted ock ockcounted
counted in dollars would T be beThe > e eThe
The mercebers of the Threats Teooto ptABc salie sthoel sthoelboard fc r rboard
board hare made up their minds that they d elont elontlike at atlike
like the vertical writing Under an wafer erdt erdtadopted Jmt Jmtadopted
adopted the Toronto boys and girls will hereafter hereafterslant berfterslant
slant their letters to the rish rishA right rightA
A Minneapolis man bought from a TtosiaB In jaHalifax InHalifax
Halifax five years ago a a curious joni rough elsie of ofs ofa
s reddish hue Acting on 3 recent rec i hint lie sent sentthe senttine
the stone to to Kansas City and cutters decdofied decdofiedten deIoieiten
ten fine Siberian rabies nr iea worth 75 5 a laotA karat karatA
A TTdoIwIch iTe man hasfilfeg buss ailed his ieebowc ieebowcwith ithoosewith
with cakes which banc floated down with the theJ theIpeahet
J Ipeahet ieLi AlI A0Leu iew KfiitttifSli 4ti Ii ha been Iweato beento
to watch for the floe blue caSesTawl cea ifid theft Seat Seatthem Seatthese
them into the sleet and bpist them let oth the las
house houseThe f > j 5 5The
The Uusth len3 of a peeress peereus5 train team is le strictijgrasni strictijgrasnilated sUtaiy iu iubated
bated and varies according to her rank A Aduchess Aduchess
duchess will have her train three yards Jong a amanliuienese a amarchiones
marchiones two tw and a half eoentesses are limited limitedto
to two yards viscountesses to use and a teall sand aadbaronesses sandbaronesees
baronesses to one yard yardRunning T Tltunnmg
Running the gantlet as a solitary puHisfeent peaiielesentsag puHisfeentwas
was it is said originated by Gcstavias Gmeavi Ackripboj Ackripbojto
to punish thieves in his hi arm army It was borrowed borrowedby becruwedby
by the English from the Germans who copied coded It Itfrom itfrom
from from Gustavus and feeing employed ia the Brit British ¬
ish regiments i is America tinenie tests readily rocdiigtahien taken ap
by the Indians of this eantry sountryFrom eantryFrom
From Dairnatia has coins a perennial cabbage cabbagewhich cabbagewhich
which forms the principal food ef iiondceds ol olfamilies of offamilies
families in Dalaatia It grows te a height ef five fivefeet fivefeet
feet and bear tender leaves throughout the win winter winten ¬
ten These are picked singly or the whole head headis headis
is cut and the stems sprout again It stands In Inthe inthe
the fields for three or lour years yearsThe yearsThe
The great brood of the seventeen years locust locustccordmg
to Prof P I irCMer F tinier p penvet v tbr of the theTeabody thePeabody
Peabody Institute Baltimore will reappear next nextyear nextyear
year in nest parts of Maryland north ef the thePatuxent
Patuxent River Great swarms swarm of 0 this specie speciemay speciesmay
may be expected in 1902 between the latter part partof partof
of May and the early part of July JulyThe JulyThe
The origin of the tiger as an embtezicfjlbm embluit of ram ramnuny
nrany s is said to date iremthe time when William WilliamM
M Tweed then foreman of Big Six fire com company eonspans ¬
pans tjok a busy te JL picture of a royal Bengal Bengalticer Bengaltiger
tiger displayed in a spice and coffee st stre re Tweed Tweedadopted Tweedadopted
adopted tire ea emblem > Wcai for tbe Araericus Club and it itwas itrca
was rca soon accepted by all Tammany TammanyConst TamunanyCoust
Const is the smallest republic as to area feat featTavebra batTatolera
Tavebra H the sctaHest republic as te popula population pepulaSon ¬
Son Const is i only Ofll one mile in area It is Jo Joand ho hocated
cated on the Sat top of a naoentain in the Py Pyremnc
remnc between and Spain and is Tecos Tecosnized recogaixed
nized by by both of these countries It is governed governedhy governedby
hy a president and a council oi twelve twelveHiram
Hiram Crenk of Herkiaier eeusty X T i is i the tineonly
only sBTvivHiff male peostoaer ef the war of 3S12 3S12Andrew 151 ± 1 1A
A lifelong Denioccat lie cast his fin rate far farAndrew
Andrew Jackson and his lost for fat Craver Cleveland ClevelandWhen Clevelandithen
When asked why he dW not go t to the peBs poll now nowadays newathys ¬
adays the old cenU gentlemen man said When I got to toGrover toGrover
Grover I thought it was time to call it haH a adav aday
day and quit
It las always been said that horseback ridia ridiakeeps nidiar nidiarkeeps
keeps men alive beyond thr three score re ye yecrs rs and andtea andtefi
tea Many of the old kings of Europe have cer certainly ccctrimly ¬
trimly profited byit my it That there fs no doubt ef efKiicr ofit
it healthy prodtitIes is found in the fact lint lintKing
King Christian of Deniuar Deniuaryears though eightytame eightytameyears
years oW rides horseback every xaonnng and andfrequently andfrequently
frequently goes oat walking unattended unattendedWilliam unattendedWilliam
William H Brown oi McBicn MfcS is a r ru rubar u ular
bar Poohbah He is deputy sheriff Marshal Marshalstreet sairshalstreet
street coaiHiissioner poundautster fire warden wardenhealth wardenhealth
health officer and truant officer He is also an anortteer anaeleec
ortteer in several Judges The combined earning earningj earnings4st
4st j ail these jwsitiont Joos ot up about 600 per perannum perannum
annum and Mr Brown s busy day comes around aroundseven aroundseven
seven times a weekSalt week weekSalt
Salt Lake City and Svaanah Ca CaJsare hare aboutthe about aboutthe
the sane population Salt Lake Xjity City has ISO 130mile
1 mile oi streets for police patr patrol i Savannah has hasless lesslee
less than 169 hut the number ef policemen in inSalt itinlt
Salt nlt Lake City is a less than onethird of what it iti itis
i is in Savannah and tine number ef arrests in the thetiuh
I tiuh tub capital is less than nehalf the number in inthe inthe
the Georgia citv citya a creditable she sboningierSalt sboningierSaltLake wi for Salt SaltXake
Lake City
Canadian papers note with susie degree of ofeone ofsoneem
soneem eone m that amngeaients are Win being made to todevastate todernetate
devastate a vast forest i in the wild St Jehnx Jehnxdistrict John Johniliettiet
district north of Montreal A Xew Yorksyndicate Yorksyndicateprojwes Yorksyndicateproposes
proposes to spend S4O09000 or 5000099 on the theproject th thproject5
project project5 liaving lenin acquired f train rpm the Provincial ProvincialGovernment ProvincialGovernment
Government the necessary rights The largest largestjHrfp largestislip
islip mill in the world will be established OB ob the theUpper theUpper
Upper SagHenayThe SagHenay SagucnayThe
The style of ealiag eetIa oraspes in Cuba k to peel peelthe peelthe
the InctoHs fruit round awl round as an apple applewould applewould
would be care beiegtakea to cat just through th thyellow tin tinyellow
yellow rind ksvi leering sj the whit white skin eattre It ItI Itis
I is then cut open through the nubile and eaten eatenfrom eatenirate
from the hand no spoons being used Oranges al already atneatly ¬
ready peeled are for sale at every trait stand standto standthonh
thonh kmerieane it is oticeel in Cuba lasfer lasferto
to peel their own ownCompwlswy ownCoinpolsory
Compwlswy prohibition has gained many re reonriU toeunut
onriU in the North Carolina Legislature The TheBounties Theeousttes
Bounties of Bbtkn 1eatkr Bupliii sad Madi Madison Msdison ¬
son have dtctered ia favor of absolute prohibi prohibition peohibititan ¬
titan A step in the direction of prohibition has hasheen lessbeen
been takep by the Tar Heel State ia its regula regulation regislatioui ¬
tion of registered wHisky distilleries A wajority wajorityof
of North CarottBX Proinbittonists are reDenioersta reDenioerstaThe Deatoerata DeatoerataThe
The Prohibition vote ir the State last year yIar was wasordy
only 1000 1000The 1000The
The Suites ol Turkey likes to play day chess When When1C Whenbe
1C is enguged IK that gawc woe be to the man manwho manwho
who interferes with hfa mental recreation so far iaras faras
as to suggest to him that there is a represents representstiie
tive of some nation or other with a little hill for forindemnity I Iindemnity
indemnity or for anything else In this connie connection connietion ¬
tion it is to be noted that when the Sultan is isnot
not engaged in the mental recreation h bo i in en engaged engaged ¬
gaged ia religious exercises and the sordid affairs affairsof cCairsof
of life are in the background The remaining
hours of his day are devoted to sleep

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