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The annual product of the great gre t lake lakefisheries lakeI lakefisheries
fisheries has h2 a value of about 260060 260060Nearly 2eOO 2COOONearly OO i
Nearly 10000 persons are employed ad aadthe a adthe d dthe
the capital Invested is estimated at atabout atabout atxbont
about 6690006 6690006Still 6600000StIlI 66OOOOOstill
Still mpre surprising will be the fact factthat factthat factthat
that very little Is known concerning
the most Important of the food fishes fisheso fishesat fishesor
o at the great lakes Two of the most mostvaluable mostvaluable mostvaluable
valuable of these are the sturgeon and andthe aldthe andthe
the whitefish It Is within the memory memoryof memoryf memoryof
of f Clevelanders who do not consider considerthemselves considerthemselves considerthemselves
themselves old men that sturgeon wasregarded wasregarded was wasregarded
regarded as valueless for food and as asa asa asa
a nuisance to fishermen Now that they theyare theyare theyare
are In demand they are rapiiUy disap disappearing disappearIng disappearing ¬
pearing and not enough Is known of oftheir ottheir oftheir
their spawning habits and spawning spawningplaces spawningplaces spawningplaces
places to be able to procure the eggs for forartificial forrUficIal forartificial
artificial propagation Nothing Is known knownof knownot knownof
of the life history lIstor of the whitefish from fromthe fromthe fromthe
the time Its eggs are laid until the theyoung theyoung theyoung
young fish are about S Inches long Ofother Of Ofother Ofother
other food fishes of the lakes our ourknow ourknowledge know knowledge knowledge ¬
ledge Is no better betterThe betterThe betterThe
The United States Fish FtshCommlssion FtshCommlssionhas Commission Commissionhas Commissionhas
has during the summers of the last lastfour lasttour lastfour
four years had parties of f scientific men menat menat ment
at t work endeavoring to fill the gaps gapsin gapsIn gapsIn
in our knowledge but to reach satis satisfactory utlsfactory satisfactory ¬
factory conclusions conclusionsconUnuous continuous study studythroughout studythroughout studythroughout
throughout the year Is Isnccesary necessary Atthe At Atthe Atthe
the time when the services of ofscientific atsciellUlc ofscientlflc
scientific men connected wlih univer universities unlverJIUes univercities ¬
cities are available for such studies the
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Any person who cannot buy the Morning Afternoon or Sunday SundayEdition SundayEdition SundayEdition
Edition of The Times on any news stand in Washington in suourban suourbantowns sUDurbantowns sunurbantowns
towns on on railroad trains or elsewhere will confer a favor by bynotifying bynotifying bynotifying
notifying the Publisher of The Times corner cornef Tenth and D Sts StsWashington StsWashington StsWashington
Washington D C CTHE cTHE CTHE
The expected has happened CoLi CoLiArthur Cot CotArthur CoLArthur
Arthur Lynch native of Ireland and andconsequently andconsequently i iconsequently
consequently a British subject who whofought whofougl1t whofought
fought in the ranks r nks of the Boers Boersagainst Boersagainst Boorsagainst
against the government to which he heoived heowedaUegiance heowed
owed owedaUegiance allegiance has been promptly promptlyarrested promptlyarrested promptlyarrested
arrested upon his landing in England EnglandTVhile England1Iile EnglandWhile
While 1Iile still in Africa he was elected electedto e1ecte e1ecteto electedto
to a seat in Parliament rarliamentby by an Irish Irishconstituency Irishconstituency Irishconstituency
constituency and he returned retUrned to to claim claimhis claimhis claimhis
his seat Instead of getting into the theHouse theHouse theHouse
House of Commons however he has hasgot hasgot hasgot
got into jail The charge chargengainst against him himIs himi himis
Is i treason treasonColonel tTeasonColonel treasonColonel
Colonel Lynch cannot claim exemp exemption CJemptiOll exemption ¬
tion from punishment on the ground groundof groundof groundof
of the general amnesty which wbi l formed formedpart formedpart formedpart
part of the terms of the Boer surren surrender surrender surrender ¬
der for in those terms it w ws = 4S express expressly expressly expressly ¬
ly stipulated that British subjects who whohad whohad
had joined joine the burghers would w01 d be re ¬ I
garded as rebels against the crown crownand crownand crownand
and dealt with under the laws of the therealm therealm therealm
realm governing the crime of treason treasonHe treasonHe treasonHe
He knew exactly what he had to ex expect cxpect oxpoet ¬
pect if he should fail to place himself himselfoutside himselfoutside himselfoutside
outside of British jurisdiction His Hiselection Hisi Hiselection
i election to Parliament does not alter alterin alterin alterin
in the least the status of his case or ordifferentiate r ri rdifferentiate
i differentiate it from that of any other otherBritish otheri otherBritish
i British subject guilty of a like of offense offense offense ¬
fense fenseUnder fenseUnder fenseUnder
Under the terms of the Boer sur surrender surI surrender surrender ¬
I render the death penalty is eliminated eliminatedfrom eliminatedfrom eliminatedfrom
from the schedule of punishments to tobe toI tobe
I be visited upon those found guilty of oftreason oftreason
II treason and therefore Colonel ColonelLynchs ColonelLynchs ColonelLynchs
Lynchs neck is safe But he cannot cannothope cannotI cannothope
I hope to be classed as a martyr martr if his hiscourse hiscourse hiscourse
course results in l placing him m for a aterm aI aterni
I term of years Tears behind the bars of a aBritish aI aBritish
I British prison prisonI
Report R porl has it that King Victor YietorEmmanuel VictorEmmumel VictorEmmanuel
Emmanuel of Italy has just pur purchased purchased purchased ¬
chased 150000 150jOOO acres of coal land in inWest inWest inWest
West Virginia paying something like likes000000
8000000 for it It is said to be his hisintention hisintention hisintention
intention io to develop this land and use usethe usethe usethe
the product of the mines to be opened openedto
to supply the Italian navy naV which now nowuses nowuses nowuses
uses principally Welsh coal It is not notto notto notto
to be supposed however that King KingVictor KingVictor KingVictor
Victor Emmanuel is animated alto altogether altogeth altogcthr ¬
gether geth r by altruistic motives He will willlet willJet willlet
let his navy have all the American Americancoal Americancoal me can cancoal
coal it needs but he will sell the stuff stuffat stuffat stuffat
at a profit and thus earn no inconsid inconsiderable inconsiderable ineonsiderable ¬
erable profits from his investment investmentif inestmentIf
if the report is true trueand and the de detailed detailed detailed ¬
tailed account gives ground for the
belief that it is isthe the incident gives givesproof givesproof givesproof
proof that the young Italian monarch monarchknows monarchknows monarchknows
knows a good thing when hen he sees it itItaly itItaly itItaly
Italy itself is poor poorbnt but the King is iscounted iscounted iscounted
counted among the most wealthy of ofEuropean ofEuropean ofEuropean
European monarchs Apparently he heproposes heproposes heproposes
proposes to make use of opportunity opportunityto
to increase his private fortune Per Perhaps Perhaps Perhaps
haps he is not quite sure in his own ownmind ownmind ownmind
mind that Italy may not change from froma
a monarchy to a republic before he hegets hegets hegets
gets to be an old man In that event eventhis eventhis eventhis
his holdings of coal lands in America Americawould Americawould Americawould
would yield him a much better incomethan income incomethan incomethan
than he could derive de v from almost any anyother anyother anyother
other investment At any rate it itseems itseems itseems
seems that he deems it wise to cast an ananchor ananch anauthor
anchor anch r to windward
Jumping off of o moving trains and street streetcars streetcars streetcars
cars as practiced today Is a fruitful fruitfulsource fruItfulsource fruitfulsource
source of nervous disorders and one onenot onenot i inot
not fully recognized for itc i G importance importanceby
by sny4 an nnysghool hool except osteopaths o teo > aths says saysOsteopattle BaysOsteopatlle saysOsteopathle I
Osteopattle Health Yet the facts are areeasily areeasily areeasily
easily comprehended Certain Cert1 It Is that thatnervousness thataervousness thatervousness
nervousness in all Its protean forms formsfrom formsfrom formsfrom
from Irritability neurasthenia and andgen andgeneral gen general geneial ¬
eral nervous collapse to paralysis is isBO i iso inso
so caused and that the careless habIt tabltof habItmany habitof
of many people of bowling off moving movingcars movIngcars movingcart
cars stifflegged lays the foundation for forthese forthese forthese
these disorders every hour of the day dayIn dayIn dayIn
In leading the strenuous strenu us life of our ourcities ourclUes ourcities
cities men and d women seem unable to towait toValt towait
wait to get to their journeys end Be Beiore Before Betore
tore trains come to a half stop at atcrossings atcrouings atcrossings
crossings and platforms fidgety pedes pedestrians pedestrians pedestrians ¬
trians with muscles tense drop from fromplatforms fromplatforms fromplatforms
platforms and almost before their theirbodies theirbodIes theirbodies
bodies have recovered from the for forward forward forward ¬
ward momentum are stalking a mad madfoot madtoot madfoot
foot race against time In the opposite oppositedirection oppositelrection oppositedirection
direction This enterprise saves ten tenseconds tenseconds teaseconds
seconds of course for that particular particularerrand particularerru particularerrapd
errand erru d but possibly It hastens by bymany bymany bymany
many months ones journey to the thegrave thegrave thegrave
grave Positive Injury Is thereby done doneto doneto doneto
to the spine splne1nd and nervous system whichmust Whichmust which whichmust
must gather In cumulative effect until untilone untilone untilone
one day the whole nervous organism organismmay organismmay organismmay
may go to pieces Then more or less lessInnocent lessinnocent lessinnocent
Innocent things will be blamed for the thecollapse theol11pse thecollapse
collapse collapseThe ol11pseThe 1 1The
The doctors may even analyze the vic victim victIm victim ¬
tim of these Innumerable concussions
piecemeal in the laboratories to find findthat findthat nd ndthat
that he Is being preyed upon by ubiqui ubiquitous ublQuItous ubiquttons ¬
tous microbes yet the origin of his trou troubles troublel troubles ¬
bles is a simple spinal disorder caused causedby causedby causedby
by oftrepeated jolting jolttn some of whichproved whichproved which whichproved
proved by chance more vicious I than the therest therest therest
rest throwing one or more of his ver vertebral vertebral vartebral ¬
tebral segments out of perfect align alignment aHgnment alignment ¬
ment Once that has come about the thefoundation thefoundation thefoundation
foundation has been laid for nearly all allthe aUthe allthe
the Ills In the calendar of medicine medicineIt
It is not to be understood that such suchconcussions suchconcussions suchconcussions
concussions produce dislocations of ofspinal orspinal ofspinal
spinal vertebrae in the sense that they theyare theyare theyare
are thrown out of Joint as occurs In a abroken itubroken abroken
broken neck That Is no more the thecase theca thecare
case ca than that chinaware must shat shatter shatter shatter ¬
ter from rom every simple jar before it itcracks itcracks Itcracks
cracks The lesser Injuries come be before before before ¬
fore the greater and happen with a athousandfold athousandfold athousandfold
thousandfold greater frequency Mere Hereslips Meresl1ps Mereslips
slips of the vertebrae from their true truepositions trueposftlonsono truepositionsone
positions posftlonsono ono upon the other otherand and the thestrains thestrains thestrains
strains brought to bear b ar In consequence consequenceupon consequenceupon consequenceupon
upon the ligaments and muscles bind binding binding bindlug ¬
ing them together are what first oc occur occur occur ¬
cur from these sudden Innumerable Innumerablepoundings Innumerablepoundings innumerablepoundings
poundings of hard heels against ada adamant adamant adamant ¬
mant pavements These seemingly seeminglytrivial seeminglytrlvalmishaps seeminglytrivial
trivial trlvalmishaps mishaps to the body are pro productive productive productire ¬
ductive of the most farreaching conse consequences conS9qucnces consoquonceg ¬
quences quencesAt qucncesAt quoncegAt
At every point in the spine wheresuch wheresuch where wheresuch
such a a concussion spends Its force a adefective adefectIve adefective
defective spot develops It becomes a aWeak aweak aweak
Weak point anatomically and a point pointof pointat pointof
of congestion blockade and Impaired Impairedwork Impairedwork impairedwork
work physiologically
migrations and spawning of the
com commercial commercial cammercial ¬
mercial fishes do not take place nor are arethe are arethe arethe
the more Important commercial fish fisheries fisheries fisharies ¬
eries in operations What seems to be beneeded beneeded beneeded
needed Is a permanent permanentscJenUfic scientific
es establishment establlshment astabllshment ¬
tabllshment with an independent staff staffon stairon staffon
on the great lakes such as the United UnitedStates United UnitedStates L LStates
States Fish Commission already has in inoperation inoperation hioperation
operation from the sea fisheries at atWoods atWoods atWoods
Woods Hole Mass and at Beaufort N NC NC NC
C and which have proved of
great greatvalue greatvalue greatvalue
value to the cod lobster and oyster oysterfisheries oysterfisheries oysterfisheries
fisheries fisheriesSenator fisheriesSenator fisheriesSenator
Senator McMillan of Michigan last lastDecember lastDecember lastDecember
December Introduced a bill which Is now nowbefore nowbefore no nohefore
before the committee on fisheries that thatprovides thatproTlde thaiproTides
provides for such an establishment on onthe onthe onthe
the great lakes connected with the theUnited theUnited theUnited
United States Fish Commission the thework thework th thwork
work of which would be to study the thebreeding thebreedin th thbreeding
breeding breedin times places and conditions conditionsof
of the fishes the food feeding habits habitsand habitsan habitsarid
and an l feeding grounds and the migrations migrationsof
of 0 the Immature and adult commercial commercialfishes commerclalfishes I Ifishes
fishes together with special studies of ofthe otthe ci r rthe
the whitefish and sturgeon which are aredecreasing aredccreasLlgand i idecreasing
decreasing dccreasLlgand and of the carp which has hasbeen basbeen ba babeen
been recently introduced and the theenormous theenormous theenormous
enormous Increase of which appears a aserious aserIous aserious
serious problem and is a possible danger dangerto danlert dangetto
t to other fishes and also a careful study studyof studyot studsof
of the general biological conditions sur surrounding surrounding surrounding ¬
rounding the fishes and which appear appearto appeirto appearto
to be favorable for their growth and anddevelopment anddevelopmenLCleveland anc I IdevelopmentCleveland
development developmenLCleveland Cleveland PlainDealer PlalnDealerJ
i v f i iBy
By Capt B BB B DOVENER Representative From West Virginia
The benefits derived from from the establishment tabliShment of the therural thenU1l1 therural
rural free delivery system in any section of this great greatRepublic gTeatRepublic greatRepublic
Republic are manifold It materially mnte a1Jy increases increaS < s the cir circulation circulatioll circulation ¬
culation and dissemination of literature in the way of ofdaily ofdaily f fdaily
daily papers papersin in the fanning and rural districts districtsIt
It also brings the daily mail to all our people and andmaterially andmaterially illdmateriaUy
materially increases the postoffice revenues ia i that thatwherever thatwherever thatwherever
wherever the rural free delivery is established the farm farmers fanners farmera ¬
ers write letters every day when heretofore they only onlywrote onlywrote onlywrote
wrote one letter once in two or three weeks weeksThroughout weeksThroughout weeksThroughout
Throughout the State of West Virginia and I sup suppose snppose suppose ¬
pose it will apply to every section the people are hippy hippywhen h lnppywhen py pywhen
when a new rural free delivery route is established anddisappointed and anddisappointed anddisappointed
disappointed when the conditions conditionsare are not up to the re
One of the numerous critics of newspaper work has made mlde the asser assertion assertion ¬
tion that the newspapers ne spnpers of today have no opinions or only purchased purchasedones purchasedones purchasedones
ones because so many Journals take a neutral attitude on national naU nal ques questions Qu queslions s sUons ¬
lions This critic Intimates quite plainly that the state of things de described ¬
I scribed Is d dt diyt to the venality of the press which Is a pretty serious serlou3accusation serlousaccusation seriousaccusation I
accusation to make makeWithout makeWitho1t makeWithout
Without going Into the matter mntt r very deeply it may easily easUybe be seen seen that thatthe thatthe thatthe
the press of today is not nearly as intense In its partisanship as It was wasfifty wasfiUy wasfifty
fifty twentyfive or even a less number of years ago But to say that this thisis thisis thisis
is due to venality TcnnJityls is an example of that leaping to conclusions which whichusually whichusuaUy whichusually
usually lands the acrobat In the ditch ditchTo ditchTo ditchTo
To go back to Andrew Jacksons time we find that the press of that thatday thatday thatday
day Was so violently perscnal in its abuse of him as a candidate and as a aman aman aman
man and of his wife as a divorced woman that Its abuse actually led to tothe tothe tothe
the death of Mrs Jackson It t is said that the stern old man on his death deathbed deathbed deathbed
bed was asked whether he forgave his enemies and answered grimly All Allexcept AUexcept Allexcept
except those who slandered my Rachel to death The same vehemence vehemenceof
of personal attack was noticeable nOticeab e In the day of Lincoln and for some someyears someyears someyears
years after Can anybody assert that it did any particular goofl goot1 Every Everyone Everyone Everyone
one now recognizes that at least half of the assertions made mui ttere wercnot wercnotI etc not notfounded notfounded
I founded on fact though the editors may have made them honestly honestlyIt 1
It Is surely good that the editor of today has grown more careful carefulIn careu careuin carefulin
In such matters less inclined to be personal In his partisanship But take takepublic takepublic takepublic
public questions which do not involve personalities Is there any use in instating fnstating instating
stating only one side of a question Question when wh n the medium of statement is sup supposed supposed supposed ¬
posed to be an organ of public Information Cornjiared COti ared with the bitter bitterpartisanship bitterpartisanshIp bitterpartisanship
partisanship of former political campaigns catttpaigns the newspaper reading of the thelast thelast thelast
last one was mild But did its mildness hurt anybody very Terymu much muchTHE h hTHE
Tht Th third machine that has been ex expressly expressly e epressly ¬
pressly built for the Shah of Persia by byaa byan byan
an American company Is now about to tobe tobe tobe
be shipped It It Is by far the largest largesttalking largesttaIk1ng largesttalking
talking machine ever constructed and it itcannot itcannot itcannot
cannot fall to create a sensation when It Itreaches Itreaches Itreaches
reaches Teheran Alongside of it the theregulation theregulation theregulation
regulation grapbophanes even evenot of the theGrand theGrand theGrand
Grand types look small and unlmport uninrportoot uuintportt
oot t
The first special instrument to be sent sentto sentto sentto
to the Shah was constructed two years yearsago yearsago yearsago
ago and was a duplicate of a three threehorasd thre threhOn1 threehorned
horned hOn1 d machine of wonderful workman workmanship workmanship workmanship ¬
ship which had been built buHtfor for exhibition exhibitionat
at the Paris Exposition of 1900 The TheShah TheShah TheShah
Shah saw it there and was wns anxious tohave to tohave tohave
have It but he compromised on a adup adupHeato dup duplicate duplicato ¬
licate of it which was ordered by cable cableand cableand cableand
and shipped to Persia a few months monthslater monthsInter monthslater
later laterAfter InterAfter laterAfter
After something more than a year had hadelapsed hadelapsed hadelapsed
elapsed there came an Inquiry from fromT fromTberan Te Teheran Teberan ¬
beran for a much larger machine and andwhile andVlhUe andwhile
while plans for Its construction were wereWalt wereWalt
5 5Walt
Walt Whitman WhHmanas WhHmanasa as asa asa
a Conservative ConservativeAt I IAt
At a recent meeting of a WaltWhitman WaltWhitman Walt WaltWhitman
Whitman society a letter was read readfrom readfrom readfrom
from one of Whitmans old friends friendswhich frIendswhlch friendswhich
which contained the surprising in information information informatIon ¬
formation that the poet was a con conservative conservative conservative ¬
servative Associated as he was waswith waswith waswith
with some of the most radical re reformers reformers retoriners ¬
formers of his day he was not In Infavor infavor Infavor
favor of reforms believing 1 > that no nochange nochange nochange
change could be made In the condi condition conditIon condition ¬
tion of mankind except by gradual gradualevolution gradualevolution i ievolution
evolution evolutionThis evolutionThis
I IThis
This disclosure d elosure Is not nearly so sosurprIsing sosurprising j jsurprising
surprising as it might seem when whenone whenone I Ione
one considers the general character characterof j jof
of the work of this writer If there therewas therewas therewas
was one thing which Whitman took tookpains tookpaIns tookpains
pains to enunciate over and over overagain overagain overagain
again It was that he was con contented contented contented ¬
tented even happy to observe observei observethIngs observethings
i things as they were wercall all things as asthey asthey asthey
they were werewithout without the wish or the thestriving thestrh1ng thestriving
striving to have them changed He Hei Hewas Hewas
i was the Srst man to write poetry poetryor poetryoratt
or oratt att3jipt 1pt to write it from the thepoin thepoint thepoip
point c f view of the evolutionist evolutionistThe eTolutlonlstThe evolutionistThe
The iKet Is always more or less a aseer aseer aseer
seer unless he Is merely an artis artistic artfsUc artistic ¬
tic retrpcrament expressing itself itseI in inwords Inwords inwords
words aud not a thinker at all and andowing andowinl andowing
owing to this fact f ct very many poets poetshave poetshave poetshave
have been ardent reformers loviug lovlugthe loviugthe loviugthe
the good the pure and the beauti beautiful beautiful beautiful ¬
ful and hating the sordid the base baseand baseand baseand
and the brutal Whitmans attitude attitudetoward attitudetoward attitudetoward
toward life was entirely different differentHe differentHe differentHe
He took the ground that all thingsare things thingsare thingsare
are good because contributing to tothe tothe tothe
the evolution of the world from one onestage onestage onestage
stage to another Measured by the thestandard thestandard thestandard
standard of Phillips of Garrison of ofWhlttler otWhittier ofWhittier
Whittier he was a a most reactionary reactionaryconservative reactlonaryconservative reactionaryconservative
conservative Compared with tho tboconventional thoconventional thoconventional
conventional people who held every everything everything everything ¬
thing new In abhorrence he was vrasex vrasexceedlngly ex exceedingly oxceedingly ¬
ceedingly radical but radical In ex expression expression expression ¬
pression and style rather than in inthought inthoughL inthought
thought Curiously enough at bot bottom bottom hottorn ¬
tom he held just as the convention conventional ¬
al a people did that reform was use useless useI useI ¬
I less because things as they were werewould wereI werewould
would move swiftly enough for the thegood thegood thegood
good of mankind
quirements q rements of the Postoffice Department Dep rtmcllt for establish establishing establishing establishing ¬
ing a route routeThe route routeThe routeThe
The educational and moral value of tile lte r rural nal fvc3 fvc3delivery frcidelivery c cdclivcl
delivery dclivcl system cannot be overestimated ovcrcstinl tod The dailynewspapers daily dailynewspapers dailynewspapers
newspapers are a prominent and potent factor in the theeducation theeducation theeducation
education of ofthe the people pcopleand and the farmers who alO are now nowenjoying nowenjoying nowenjoying
enjoying the benefits of the establishment of rural free freedelivery freedelivery freedelivery
delivery systems cannot understand why they th y were con content eontent n ntent ¬
tent with the weekly weekl paper so long longThe longThc longThe
The communication the rural free delivery liYery affords affordsthe affordsthe afTordsthe
the farmer with the world makes not only nly himself i nsclt but butInS butJliscl buthis
InS Jliscl children ldrell satisfied with rural urnl life life7 as tlt they Y no po longer longerconsider longcrcomider Iouicrconsider
consider themselves thcmsch isolated from the world worldAs worldAs
As < 5 a factor in the advancement of education the ru rural rUrnl ru runil ¬
nil free delivery routes can multiply llmltipJY1l011e none too toofast fast and andevery andI andever
every C ever e ry cent expended in ni their establishment establiShmentrUI will be re returned retUnIcd reI
I turned tenfold tenfoldc
maturing and a price was being agreed agreedupon agrecdupon agreedupon
upon an order came for the smallest smallestgraphophone smallestgraphophone smallestgraphophone
graphophone that could be made This Thiswas Thtswas ThIs ThIswas
was duly furnished and went forward forwardwith forwardwith forwardwith
with the result that a third hirdor1 order r was tasreceived wasreceived
received this last for the very v ry large ma machine ma machine ¬
chine with certain modifications modl c tions the thebuilding thebuilding thebuilding
building of which bad been under con consideration consideration ¬
sideration for some months The records recordsare recordsare I
are about four times as long as the theusual theusual theusual i
usual cylinders and they are much muchlarger muchlarger muchlarger
larger in diameter They are very loud loudand loudand I Iand
and strong The machine is I equipped equippedwith equippedwith I
with the latest style of reproducer and andthe andtbe andthe I
the vocal and Instrumental selections selectionsare selectionsare selectiomare
are rendered with surprising fidelity fidelityThe fideUtyThe fidelityThe
The shipment shipment will consist ot the mam mammoth nrammo mhmmoth ¬
moth mo h talking machine a horn of appro appropriate appropriate appropriate ¬
priate dimensions and a generous sup supply supply ¬
ply of records and blanks The Shah Is Isalready Isalready h halready S
already better equipped with ltb such ma machines machines machines ¬
chines than any other ruler In the theworld theworld the theworld
world and when his latest purchase purchasereaches purchaserEaches purchasereaches
reaches his palace there will be none noneto ncneto non nonto
to compete with him himMISSED himMISSED himMISSED
Lawyers will hardly find wireless wirelesstelegraphy wirelesstelegraphy
telegraphy so productive of fees as was wasthe wast1l0 S
the telephone litigation over which put putmillions putmUUons ttul ttulmillions I
millions into Int their pockets Professor ProfessorBell ProCessorBell ProfessosBell
Bell had a strenuous time recalls Vic Victor VIctor Vietor ¬
tor Smith In n the uNew New York Press He Hetook Hetook Hetook
took the first working model of his In Instrument instrument ¬
strument to John A Logan and offered offeredBlack offeredBlack offeredBlack I
Black Jack a half interest for 2500 2500saying 2500saying 2500saying
saying that it would do away with with the thetelegraph thetelegraph
telegraph tele graph and that there would be mil millions mu ¬
lions In it iL Logan replied ul I dare say sayyour sayyour sa r
your machine works perfectly but who whowould whowould whcwould I
would want to talk through such a thing thingas thingas thinias
as that anyway I advise you to save saveyour saveyour saveyour
your money young man Bell then of offered orfered ofrered ¬
fered a tenth Interest to an examiner in inthe Inthe it itthe
the Patent Office for 100 In cash It Itwas Itwas It Itwas
was refused That tenth interest was wasworth wasworth was wasworth
worth 1600000 in fifteen years The Thegiant Thegiant S
giant intellect that refused it is still stillexamining stillexamining stil stilexamining I SI
examining patents patentsBEAUTY patentsBEAUTY patentsBEAUTY
By JOSH KIXK L K in the Baltimore D11timoremuic1n D11timoremuic1nTho American AmericanThe
The supreme court of Minnesota has hasdecided haadecided hai haidecided S
decided that feminine charm is a propor proporincident prop I IIncident
incident to a case at law lawa and d Is entitled entitledto I
to due weight with and consideration considerationby consideratioxby 1
by DY the jury juryIf juryIt juryIf
If the lady has a dimple dimpleIn dimpleIn dimplein
In her chin chinThen chinThen chinThen
Then the case is very simple simpleShe sImpleShe simpleShe
She will win winIf winIt winIf
If to make the eyes googoolish googoolishShe googoolishShe googoolishShe
She should choose chooseThen chooseThen choose chooseThen
Then opposing her Is foolish foolishShe foolishShe foolishShe
She cant lose loseIf loseIt loseIf
If her hair is soft and shining
Peroxide PeroxideIf
If a Janice curl is twining twinIngOn twiningOn
On the side sideThough sideThough sideThough
Though the lawyers talk like fury furyOf turyOt furyOf
Of the case caseStill casesun caseStill
Still the grave and solemn jury jurySees jurySees jurySees
Sees her face faceIf faceIt faceIf
If the he lady has no beauty beautyShes beautySh beautyShes
Shes Sh s condemned condemnedWhen condemnedWhen condemnedWhen
When the he jury has oer duty dutyHawed dutyHawed dutyHawed
Hawed and hemmed hemmedShe hemmedShe hemmedShe
She had best bestIt It Is a pity pityDrop pltyDrop pityDrop
Drop the suit suitIf suiLIt suitIf
If shccaanot sho 1nol hire hlr a pretty
Substitute SubstituteNow SubstituteNow SubstituteNow
Now the reasons very simple simpleFor simpleFor simpleFor
For It all allNothing allNothing
Nothing strange that blush and dlmplo dlmploHave dlmplaHave dimpiHave a
Have the call callTis callTis callTis
Tis the might of wily woman womanShown womanShown womanShown
Shown again againFor agalnFor againFor
For the jurors are but human humanAnd bumanAnd humanAnd
And theyre men
Your flag and my flag flagAnd fIagAnd flagAnd
And how it flies today todayIn tOdayIn talayin
In your land and my myland mylandAnd land landAnd landAnd
And halt ha1 the world away aW awayl awaylRosered y yRosered I IRosered
Rosered and bloodred bloodredThe bloodredThe f fThe
The stripes forever foreverglcUtn foreverglcUtnSnowwhite gleam gleamSnowwhite gieamSnowwhite
Snowwhite and soulwhite soulwhiteThe soulwhtt soulwhttThe soulwhlteThe
The good forefathers dreaia dreaiaSky dIeaJ1Sky dream dreamSky
Sky blue and true blue with w stars tc tcshine
shine aright arightThe arlghtThe arightThe
The gloried guidon of the day a shelterthrough
through the nlpht nlphtYour nf nthL ht htYour
Your flag and my flag flagAnd flagAnd ig igAnd
And oh how much mt mtchit ch it It holds holdsYour hodsYour holdsYour
Your land and my land landSecure I landSecure nd ndSecure
Secure within ithn its ts foldsYour folds foldsYour
Your heart and my heart heartBeat he heartBeat t tBeat
Beat quicker at the eight eightSunkisaed stgbtSunkissed lg11t lg11tSunkis
Sunkisaed Sunkis ed and windtossed windtossedRed wln windtossedRed tosse4 tosse4Red
Red and blue and anCevhite anCevhiteThe whlteo whlteoThe white whiteThe
The one flag flagthe the great fiag fiagthe the fia
for me and you youGlorified you youGlotlfiedall
Glorified Glotlfiedall all else lae beside besIdethe besidethe the red and andwhite andwhite andwhite
white and blue blueYour blueYour blueYour
Your flag and my flag flagTo 11ngTo flagTo
To every star and stripe stripeThe str stripeThe pe peThe
The drums beat as heartsbeat heartsbeatAnd hearisb headbeatAnd at atAnd
And fifers shrilly shrlUypfp shrlUypfpur pipe pipeYcur pipefcur
Ycur fcur ur flag and ind my flag flagA fiag fiagA flagA
A blessing in the sky skyYour skyf skyfYour skyiYour
Your hope and my hope hopeIt hopeIt hopeIt
It never hid a lie lieEome 1i 1iHome lieHome
Home land and far land and ud half half the theworld theworld theworld
world around aroundOld aroundOld aroundOld
Old Glory hears the be greet salute and andflutters antIfiutters
flutters to toth the sound soundW soundWe soundD
We W D Nesbit Nesbit In Baltimore Amen AmerlTHE Amencan erJ erJcan
can can
The Filipinos are much as the Span Spanards
lards l have made them The The upper classes classesadhore olas5esadhore Glassesdhore
adhore adhore n closely to Spanish panish custom so sobarring sobarring
barring certain foolish restrictions restrlcti ns arid aridtco aIid aIidteo gildtCo
tco much duenna
the women are aretreated aretreated aretreated
treated with the utmost respect and andconsideration andconsideration andconsideration
consideration Among the lower class classnatives classxatles classnatives
natives conditions are more interesting
Long contact with the Spaniard has re removed removed removed ¬
moved whatever prej prejudice dlce concerning concerningwomen concerningwomen concerningwomen
women there mIght have ave v been In the theMalay theMalay theMalay
Malay breast breastfor for among his race in ingeneral Ingeneral ingeneral
general she she Is looked lQok d upop as a decidedly
Inferior Inferiorand and now now we are able to ob observe observe observe ¬
serve serve very amicable family arrange arrangements a nrrngemonth Dge Dgements ¬
ments In which the he woman is the thepartr thejar thepartrxr
partr jar partrxr r of her husband and apparently apparentlyregarded apparentlyre apparentlyregarded
regarded re trdedas as of equal Importance importan e though thoughno
no particular partfcuJareerenceis jJeference is paid to her herIn herIn herIn
In this marital m rltal partnership the wife if ifoften ifoft isoften
often oft 1 the active member memb r displaying displayinggreat displayIng dtsplayinggreat
great energy especially in I goading goading her herindolent herIndolCnt herindolent
indolent spouse to effort Sometimes SomeUmesone SomeUmesoneot one oneof oneof
of these little women supports suppprtsthe the whole wholehousehold wholehousehohL
household Generally speaking spea ng she s e Is Isthe isthe isthe
the more ambitious ambttiousot of the two and if ifshe Itshe Ifshe
she does not actually perform pe rtorm all alJ the thelabor thelabor
labor of support the t e fortunes of the thefamily thefamily thefamily
family may be dependent on her wit witand witand witand
and enterprise It Is Isnot not ot at a t all uncom uncommon uncummon ¬
mon for a Filipino wife to apply to an anAmerican anAmerican
American officer in charge of a depart department department departmeat ¬
ment for a a job for her husband not that thatthe thatthe thatthe
the wife always takes the t e lead but if ifshe ithe Ifshe
she he is capable of it she Is not held heldtown heldI heldtown
I town own by thongs of custom cutomand and prejudice prejudiceShe prejudIceShe prejudiceShe
She Is an Industrious indu trlous clever little body bodyand bodynd bo5yand
and nd she and her husband show a devo dcvoton devoton devoton
ton to their children which Is one of ofthe otthe ofthe
the most lovable traits In the Filipino Filipinocharacter Fflfplnochar1eterPhUadelphla FilipinocharacterPhiladelphla
character char1eterPhUadelphla Philadelphia Ledger LedgerTURKEY LedgerTURKEY LedgerTURKEY
Sport does not meet with much en encouragement encoura encouragement ¬
couragement coura ement In Turkey and Is pursued pursuedunder I1rsuedunder rzzrsuedunder
under great srcat difficulties says the th Lon London London Loudon ¬
don Telegraph A young y ung Turk called calledKechad calledRechad calledItechad
Kechad Bey inspired fcy the the Smyrna and andConstantinople andCJnstantinople andCcastantinople
Constantinople football match atch organ organized oxganIzed organIzed ¬
ized a club among his friends friends together togetherwith togetherwith togetherwith
with some Greeks Gr eks and Armenians and andbegan andbe andbegan
began be an practicing A few days ago In the themiddle themiddle themiddle
middle of the night police olIoe came to his hishouse hishouse hishouse
house and carried him off to Scutari ScutariThere SeutarlThere ScutanlThere
There he was submitted to a long in interrogation interro interrogation ¬
terrogation terro aUon as to the club and the game gameof gameof gameof
of football Matters only grew more morecomplicated more morecomplicated morecomplicated
complicated as the Turkish word for forball forball forball
ball Is ton > the same as for oz a cannon cannonThe cannonThe cannonThe
The authorities were wer convinced that thatthey thatthey thatthey I
they had found a great plot and that thatthe thatthe thatthe i
the club must be a secret society A Aspecial Aspecial Aspecial
special messenger was sent for the theball theban theball
ball and that was duly examined and andfound andtound andfound j
found to be an Infernal machine The Theregulations Therelrolatlons Theregulations
regulations of the club were considered consideredto I
to be another piece of damning evidence evidenceand evldonceand evidenceand 1
and still worse were the jerseys and andcolors anlcolors nailcolors
colors of the club which showed a com complete complfte cornplate ¬
plate organization even to a uniform uniformAfter uniformArter uniformAfter
After long lon deliberation the culprit culpritwas culpritwns culpritwas
was sent to the higher police author authorities authorities authorItles ¬
ities in Stamboul who went through a asecond asecond asecond
second long examination and came to tothe tothe tothe
the conclusion that the empire had hadbeen hadbeen hadbeen
been saved SlV d from disintegration dIdnte raUon by the theearly theearly theearly
early discovery of a great plot They Theydisnatched TheydisDatched Theydisnttched
disnatched the whole matter to te ex examined examined enainined ¬
amined into at Yildlz So the young younxman Y9unXman youngman
man the football footbaU the rules and the thesweaters thesweaters thesweaters
sweaters and kickers were all solemnly solemnlytaken solemnlytaken solemnlytaken
taken to the palace and a special com commission Commission cornmission ¬
mission took the matter mn terin in hand handAfter handAlter baudAfter
After much careful thought and nd ex examination examination enamination ¬
amination of the evidence it was W1 i de dtelded decided decided ¬
cided that there might be nothing in inIt inIt Init
It but It must not be done again a ain Ac Accordingly A Acordin Accordingly ¬
cordingly cordin ly the young man was appoint appointed appointed appointcd ¬
ed vice consul at Teheran and bundled bundledoff bundledorr bundledoff
off the same day
As surely as the Umeor time for or open street cars in Xew NewYork York arrives there therearises therearises therearIses
arises the annual protest against the way In which wlilchthey they arc overcrowded overcrowdedIt
It is asserted and with good reason that to save slL eth themselves n sqlves money the themanagers themanagers themanagers
managers compel passengers to stand in rows between the seats of o the theopen theopen theopen
open cars an arrangement which hlch It need not be besaid said is Intensely disagree disagreeable disagreeable ¬ I
able on the score ot both comfort and prourioty It Is not pleasant for a alady alady
lady to have hI ve a big b Ig burly bU rly man or a a10ut loutish Ish boy standing 5ta ndIng in the th e narrow ntU row space spacebetween S seebetween
between her he and the scat in front or to have hav to stand t there re herself while whilethe whilethe whilethe
the man occupies the seat seatTiere seaLnere seatThere
There Is nothing civilized in such an arrangement and it Is well to tocall tocalJ tocall
call attention to the fact f ct that now and then during ran beers the same sameconditions samecondJUons sameconditions
conditions are to be observed in Washington especially cs ecla1l7 en some of the thesuburban thesuburban thesuburban
suburban lines And Washington has not the excuse which Serves M Mhllttan Mea Meahattan a ahattan
hattan of being crowded and limited In area There Thercouahr ought to be room roomenough ronnenough roomenough
enough In the street cars for everybody to ride without crowding crowdingIt r w4ing w4ingIt
It is to be behoped hoped that the people of o New York will succeed sU eod Ia getting gettingtheir gettingtheIr gettingtheir
their dues In this matter The street car companies claim that the crowd crowding croWdInr crowdins ¬
ins Inr during rush hours Is unavoidable but the t ciltica Clft cs point out the tad tadthat t factthat et etthat
that the thecals cars arc often just as crowded crov cd during durlngbours tours whea whe traffic tra e Is fsnot not notheavy notheavy
heavy because the officials do Q not put on enough to meet the demand This Thtecondition Thiscondition ThiscondItion
condition condition of things is certainly inexcusable inexcusableTo inexcusableTo I
To a certain extent overcrowded cars are the fault faultoi of the public If Ifall ifall
all the th people peoplewho who can ea n avoid Old using slng the cars during d urin g t the h e hoar h > dr when he n travel tIaVetls Is Isheaviest isheaviest
heaviest would chocse another time for for tHeir Jdurrieyiags journeyirilsJt It might Ulj Uljmatters 1I 1Imatters p pmatters
matters but if the company will ilI not run runenocghcars enough cars evon = then to avoid avoidto aVoIdoercrowdlng avoidovercrowdinxr
oercrowdlng overcrowdinxr It seems as It It were were time to kick and nut tuton oil
I heaviest aVlet boots with hobnailed hobnaUedsolos soles to do It ItlA l ItA I IPROTEST
Having Vlngbnd had my rot attention attent ion called to t02C t02Cproposed o atproposed
proposed act of Congress providing for forthe forhe I Itbe
the t he killing of a a number of seals eals in Inl1e Inl1eevent the theevent theevent
event that pelagic pelegicselllng sealing cal not notbe notpr notbe
be prevent pr ven d permit me in the cause causeo causefhumanity causeof
o of fhumanity humanity decency and patriotism patriotismto
to t o enter a solemn protest against this thisdreadful thIsdreadtul thisdreadful
dreadful alternative alternativeSurely alternativeSurely alternativeSurely
Surely there must be some way waywhereby waywhereby waywhereby
whereby we can by calling the atten attention attentjJn attenthin ¬
thin of the proper authorities In Eng England Engltnd Bagand ¬
land l to this matter prevent the ruth ruthless rutbl ruthOss ¬ i
less l es slaughter of female seals by the thepelagic thEpelagic thepelagic i
pelagic sealers leale S and obviate the ne neeesslty neeC necessity I
eesslty eC Slty for any such cruel alternative alternativeas
as as the murder urqer of these innocent animals animalsby animalsby animalsby
by our own people peopleIn peopleIn peopleIn
In niy mynumerous numerous trips to Alaska and andpast andpast andpast
past the Pribiloff Island I have av been able ableto abl abltostudy ableto
to tostudy study the the habits of the seals s ls and andthey Andth andthey
they th are so nearly human In their In Instincts InIncts Intincts ¬
stincts Incts habits and affections that I look lookupcn lookupcn lookupon
upcn this proposed propos d plan as is being quite quiteas quiteas quiteas
as wicked brutal and uncivilized as aswould aswould uswould
would be the wanton murder of the thesame t theame e eame
same t ame number of human beings No one cue
Emperor Ei peror William W lfam who whobas has taken all allknowledge allknow allknowledge
knowledge know edgc for his province has hasJcrson hasJcrsonaUyfcrmulated person personally personally ¬
ally aUyfcrmulated formulated a new law which hich teak tocSeffect t teffect teakeffect
effect May 1 1In 1In IIn
In the Intervals of statecraft statecraft military militaryduties militaryduties militaryduties
duties art work sermonizing and poetry poetrywriting poet poetwriting poetrywriting
writing he hehastramed has framed a regulation to togovern togovern togovern
govern child labor as follows followsChildren foIJowsChildren followsChildren
Children must not be employed employ d in inbuilding InbuHding Inbuilding
building trades of any 1Y kind neither shall shallthey shaHthey shallthey
they b ha employed emplo ed In brickyards at any anywork anywork mywork
work whatever nor In factories wherebuilding wherebuilding where wherebuilding
building material Is got up upChildren u uuChlldren upChildren
Children must not be employed to tocut tocut tocut
cut stone stonet nor where mineral dust may mayget mayget mayget
get Into their lungs lungsIts lungsIts lungsits
Its unlawful to employ children In fnthe Inthe inthe
the shops of sculptors stone masons masonsmonument masonsmonuIlentmakers masonsmonument
monument monuIlentmakers makers marble cutters stone stonepolishers sronepolishers stonepolishers
polishers and in those potters terra terracotta terracoUa terracotta
cotta workers glass workers glass en engravers engravers engravers ¬
gravers mirror makers or in any shop shopor shc shepor J Jor
or factory where articles are gilded sil silvered silvered allruneS ¬
vered nickeled or otherwise plated with withmetal withmetal withmetal
metal by galvano or galvanoplastlc pro processes processes procomes ¬
cesses cessesChildren cessesI comesChildren
Children must not be employed IE IEshops Inshops ftshops
I shops where toys made of tin or leadI lead leadreceive leadreceive
receive thair coating or paint They Theymust Theymust Theymust
I must not be employed in foundries rOU drIe3
grinding mills In mills for cutting glass glassor glassmetal glassor
or metal or In any place where whet whetstones wheti whetstones ¬
i stones or polishing wheels are used usedIt usedUlt usedIt
Ult It shall be unlawful to employ a achild achild
I child In and about places where herequlck herequlcksUver quick quicksilver quickstlver ¬
silver Is used for manufacturing ther thermometer thermometer Usermometer ¬
mometer and barometer works or orwhere orwhere orwhere
where explosives or fireworks fireworkso of any anykind naykind lIlYkind
kind are manufactured Children ChUdr n must mustnot mustnot mustnot
not be employed in the manufacturing manufacturingsorting manUacturingsorting manufacturingsorting
sorting packing or labeling ot o matches matchesIt matchesIt
It Is unlawful to employ children chfldrenin chfldreninknackeries In Inknacieries Inknackeries
knackeries or In any business dealing dealingwith dCllin dCllinwith dealingwith
with dead bodies Children are are barred barredfrom barredfrom hilrredfrom
from factories and workshops worl hops where whereyarns wherey1rns whereyarns
yarns stuffs woolens linens or manu manufactured mmufacture manufactured ¬
factured articles of any kind are arebleached arebleached arebleached
bleached by chemicals Children are arelikewise aalikewise arelikewise
likewise barred from dye works hair hairand hlirand hairand
and bristle factories and from rom factories factorieswhere tactorieswhere factorieswhere
where rags are turned tur ed Into articles of ofuse ofuse ofuse
use shoddy shoddyIts shoddyIls shoddySIts
Its unlawful to employ children in inthe inthesorUng Inthe
the thesorUng sorting or handling of rags or bones bonesanimal benespnlmal bonesanimal
pnlmal animal matter or refuse whether such suchcome suehcome suchcome
come from abroad or are collected at athome athome
home hom Likewise children shall not be beraggatherers beraggatherers I
raggatherers or ragpickers and they theyshall theyshall
shall have nothing to do with the rank ranklag
lag of paint brushes brushesIts brushesIts brushesIts
Its unlawful to employ a child In any anyfactory anyfactory
factory or Industry ndustry where clothes mat mattresses mattresses ranttresses ¬
tresses feathers carpets horsehair horsehairI
etc are cleaned Children are barred barredtrom barredfrom
from laundries using chemicals from frompaint trompaint frompaint
paint shops sign shops and from sau sausage sausage sansage ¬
sage factories or factories where meatsare meats meatsare meatsare
are preserved in any way manner or orform orform orform
form formUNo
UNo No shop store or office shall employ employchildren employchildren empidychildren
children below the age of twelve and andno andno andno
no children above that age shall be em employed employed employod ¬
ployed between the hours of 8 p m and
8 a m Its unlawful to employ chil children children children ¬
dren in the morning before school scho > l hours hoursIn hoursUIn hoursIn
UIn In shops stores and as messengers messengerschildren messengerschildren messengerschildren
children above the age of twelve may beemployed be beemployed beemployed
employed at hours not included In the theabove thenbovebut theabove
nbovebut above but under no circumstances shall shallthey sh1Uthey shallthey
they work longer than three hours out outof outor outof
of twentyfour while whUeattendlng attending school schoolor schoolor schoolOr
or more than four hours per day in va vacation vaca vacatIon ¬
cation ca tion time timeNo timeuNo timeNo
uNo No child bolow tha nEB of twelve
an witnessuthe witness Wltnessi be daily domestic life of ofthese ofthese
t these innocent lnnCctnt creatures creatnreswthcut without being belDgsImilarly beingsimilarly beingsimilarly
similarly impressed impressedI
I Ic i cannot nnotbelfevc believe thata thatc Ohristlsn peo people people pcopie ¬
ple aiming to be an example of courage couragewith couragewIth couragewith
with gentleness and claiming to lead all allin aUIn at atia
in works of mercy and generosity will willpermit wl1lpermit wIllpermit
permit so great a crime to tocon continue continueOne continueOne lnue lnueOne
One has hascnly only to watch a a female seal sealwith sealwith sealwith
with her young for a few moments to torealize toIr6allzethc torealize
Ir6allzethc realize the full force and significance significanceof
of such sentiments as I herein set forth forthCan forthCan
Can it be possible that Great Great Britain Britainwill BritainI Britainwill
will not cooperate with us in protect protecting protectIng protecttrig ¬
ing these harmless helpless elpleJs animals animalsThe AnimalsThe nlmalsThe
The seals are nearly exterminated e = there therecan thereC1n therecan
can be no such increase as will harm our ourfishery ourfishery ourfishery
fishery Interests Int rests I therefore earnest earnestIy earnest earnestJy earnestly
Jy Iy Implcre our Senators and Represen Representatives RepresenltJe5 Representatlveg ¬
tatives ltJe5 In Congress to endeavor to sa secure sacure sacure ¬
cure such British and other foreign co cooperation coperatlon ce cecp ¬
operation cp ration as will forever toreverputan put an end nd to topelagic topelagic topelagic
pelagic sealing andbrins and hung rfn about abo abontas las as much muchzeal muchzeal muchzeal
zeal in protecting the seals as has as Inilie In Inthe inthe
the past been resorted to for their an annihilation annlhfttlon ann1hIIt1on ¬
shall be bcmplo7 employed d at a t theatrj theatrical per periformanQCs performan performnnecsqrdther
I iformanQCs forman formnnecsqrdther csQrCtherpubuc pr other public shows Call Calljdren QhlIdren Chitdren
dren above abovethe the sige geot gcr of twelve twe1vemny may be beemployed beemployed beemployed
employed as provided rOiid in the preceding precedingparagraph pr precedingparagraph ding dingparngI1h
paragraph the hour when w 1enthe the employ employment enploi enploiment employmeat ¬
ment Is permissible being extended extend d to toS toa
S p m After 9 9p p m no child chlldsheU shall be beon beOh heon
on the stage or working wdrkingin orklng in In or about a atheater atheater atheater
theater circus or or other show place placeNo placeNo ace aceXo
No girl under tnd r age ageshall shall sh U be employed employedIn emp yed yedin
In any any saloon restaurant t st llrantof or of hotel as aswaitress l5Voaitres il ilwaitress
waitress cr for tire re purpose upcS of enter entertaining enter entertaIning entertamIng ¬
taining aatrona There shall be no ex exceptions exc enceptions ¬
ceptions c pUon to this rule Boys above the theage theage theage
age of twelve telv may be employed in ac accordancc accordance C Cccrdancc
cordancc with the paragraph dealing dealingwith 4e11ingwith dealingwith
with children in shops sh 9S stores storesand and as asmessengers asmessengers asmessengers
messengers messengersCertain messengersCertain messengersCertain
Certain businesses like bakeries bakeriesdairies bakeriesdairies bakeriesdairies
dairies and newspapers may employ employchildren employobfldren employchildren
children to tocarry carry goods of insignificant insignificantweight insignlficlutweight insignificantweight
weight to customers during more than thanthree thanthree thanthree
three hours bcursper per day but four hours is lathe isthe isthe
the time limit while the age limit Is Isten Itten isten
ten years These businesses may also alsoemploy alsoemploy alsoemploy
employ children for the purposes named namedon namedon namedon
on Sundays and holidays provided they theyare theyare theyare
are notvasked notasked to work more than two twohours twohours twohours
hours all aUtold told To employ a 3 child dur during during durIng ¬
ing the hours when the main church
services are arehel1 held or after 12 noon on onSundays onundays onSundays
Sundays undays and holidays is unlawful unlawfulEvery unlawfuL unlawfuLuEV unlawfuLEvery
uEV Every 1J employer of hired child labor labormust labormust labormust
must notify the police of the number numberand numberuda numberand
and uda are c of the children working for forhim torhim forhim
him The police will issue permits In Inaccordance inaccordance inaccordance
accordance with the facts acts and shall be beunlawful be1nla beunlawful
unlawful 1nla iul to t employ children without withoutsuch withoutsuch withoutsuch
such police permit The police shall shallhave sh shallhave ll llhare
have hare full power to Investigate state statements stltements statemeats ¬
ments of employers cml < yers as ns to childrens chtli rens age ageand ageaud ageand
and the manner of work r rk required of ofthem otthe ofthem
them the I IuChHdren
Children must not be employed employedwhere empJoyedwhere employedwhere
where power po r steam wind w nd water wllter gas gasair gasair gasair
air electricity etc et < r is useaor used for manu manufacturing manulacturing menufacturing ¬
facturing purposes This Thlsappli applies s tohlred to tohired tohirccl
hired children as well as a manufac manufacturers manufaoturers manufacturers ¬
turers cwii ew = children childrenTHE childr childrenTHE 1 1THE
Be still be still tired world and amLgQ 50 to tosleep tosleep tosleep
sleep sleepThe sleepThe sleepThe
The dusk d sk is growing deep deepFar deepFnr deepFar
Far off and dim beneath the shadowed shadowedskies shilfowed shilfowedskies sbadoweskies
skies skiesLong skiesLong C CLong
Long grassy foothills rise riseAnd riseAnd riseAnd
And fold on fold above their shoulders shouldersbrown shouldcrbrown shoulderbrown
brown brownGray brownGray brownGray
Gray mists are re closing down downDrawn downDiawn downDrawn
Drawn low and wide with interweaving interweavinglines inteiweavinglines interweavinglines
lines linesBeneath linesBeneath linesBeneath
Beneath the purple pines pinesLower pinesLower pinesLower
Lower and lower still the soft clouda cloudacreep cloud3creep loudscreEp
creep creepBe creEpBe creepBe
Be still and go to sleep sleepBy sleepBy sleepBy
By pebbled pebb pebbled cd beach and poplars poPlarstrenjblfnr poPlarstrenjblfnrgray trembling tremblinggray tremblInggray
gray grayFaint grayFaint C CFaint
Faint now and an far away awayFold arnYFold awayFold
Fold after fold vail after afterv rail ildiriJIl ildiriJIlThey until untllThey untilThey
They blot out out plain and hill hillAs hillAs V VAs
As temple templecuttains curtains drawn draWn from rromsky sky to tosod tosod tosod
sod sodTo sodTo sodTo
To shut thee In with God GodOh GodOh H HOh
Oh dearer euer far than sun on hill and andplain andpl andplain
plain plainPeace pl In InPeace
Peace of the night and rain rainUnto rainUnto C CUnto
Unto earths carthwearlncss weariness most sweet swee4most swee4mostblest most mostblest mostbleat
blest blestInfinite blestInfinite bleatInfinite
Infinite balm of rest restOn resLOn restOn
On sky and iid stream the darkness closes closesdeep closesdeep closesdeep
deep deepBe deepBe deepBe
Be still and go to sleep sleepMabel sleepIabel sleepMabel
Mabel Earle In Llppincotta LII > > lncott

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