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II IIVast Vast Growth Since 1800 1800Portrayed 18CXJ1 18CXJ1Portrayed 18001Portrayed
Portrayed by Bureau Bureauof BuretluI Buretluof Iureauof
of Statistics StatisticsAREA StatlsticsAREA StatisticsAREA
Less Than 1000000 ioooooo Square Sql2 e Miles of ofTerritory ofTerritory ofTerritoty
Territory Has Espandea E anded to Over 3 3ooooooWealth 3ooo00oWealth
000000 ooooooWealth Wealth Increases in Fifty FiftyYears FiftyYears
Years to n jfinetyfive netyfive Billions BmionA BillionsA Fiityl j jA
A m ratring nng picture cture of coniittons in the tbeTnitcd thCtited
Tnitcd l itcd States at decennial intervals intervalsirom inteovaisfrom intervalsI I
from I orn 1SOO to 18i JBA and annuall from from2Sb froml from1O
2Sb l 1J to 19te 1 1O is s presented In a laoao laoaograpli mORol mORolgr niOfiOi711
grapli gr iJn < just issued ssu d bY oy the Treasury T easulY Ba Bareau BUreau flUru
reau of Statistics entitled elrtltlec uP Progress ogre85 of ofthe Ofthe orthe
the United States ia Its ts Material IndUS ludnstrics liatutrjc I
trics tricsThis trjesThi trjc
This Thi Th monograph n rnooograp ccnsists of a series seriesof seriesof eriesof
of tables showing owing area population populationwealth popuiatiouat populatioudebt
wealth > at 1 debt deotm money in circulation circulationtanks eirc1latioBbanks cirenlationtanks
tanks and bank clearings and deposit depositors depositors depositor ¬
or ors farms a apd and ttf farm values manufac manufactures Dl3nufact manufactres ¬
tures t rtS and their t ir value revaaues S ex expen exroen CXrn
pen = it 1uresimpots i ures imports exports railways railwayszn3 raHwasn
zn3 n thci th hcir < bc kdness bitlncn hjcss the sbippiag shipp g indus iadustrj indusu IitdusIr
trj u Ir = uad Jd many ny other icaturea of o wa walicnal vatiCBltl naticnal
licnal devetepoent develGpmEnt ttcvelopia nt in the census years yearsfrom y yenfs yenfsri rs rsfrDlISOa
from frDlISOa ri ISOd 1SO to l iso KA O and annw anlNJlIy iy from fromissn fromlx fromjcn
issn lx i to o 1905 1905The 1 < O OTh I IT
The Th T figures ftgureS presented regarding mora moratbn JDOrt 1 1iw
tbn t l 100 J iw 00 subjects show snow au a interesting interestingni mteresting1 mteresting1ni iuterestngn
ni n I in ii many cases a aph phenomenal growth growthin growthft t tin
in ft the tl lf e industries iudUtricsfi finances production productioniad productiontrsnspotaliou ODt ODtlcl
iad lcl transportation tr2nsp trt3tiou < of the thecountrY country countryGrowth l fl f I IGrowth
Growth of Aea AreaThe AeaTt I ITIt
The > area r roa > l has nra grown from 87 7S44 7S44rj SU 4 4rmare I Irrtare
rmare rj rare miles in i i 1OO 08 to sO 3025R 6f sonareiiilet square square11ile Square SquareL
iiilet L I in 1962 ltO exclusive of Alaska and andtfa snttt andh
tfa h < r islands sJ nds belonging to tho United Unitedtlctcs Unted UntedThe J Jti
tlctcs ti The T population per ilciuare square mile milexvbich ei eibieh mileth
xvbich bieh th was SS 3 ti in tn181e iSl IS1O was 2SI t1 ia in 19 19not 1JO 1JOnotwithsta 1Siot
not notwithsta iot ithstacding tiiDg the great eat increase i eaeJu1 eaeJu1pa to toarfa Ina
arfa a pa ni6timej Jlenntime lantime lantimeT i iThe t
The T otal W wealth IthDugron has grown from from7Xt fromwwjm
7Xt 7 rillOOOtl8 wwjm 0 < W < in n lSc 1 i to to an estimated estimatedr estimatedtfIlOOOJUO
r < UXJOOe9Gi T i IkOOO a ISSS 1 anft an Use theper per capita capitaalth eapttaath capitaI
alth I th from S O7 7 in in 150 J 50 to fl235 1235 U i iIXO in
IXO 1 t i iIn 1 1ip
In n tn no 10 fearore has hast tiwre r been greater greaterfiuctnation greaurJucnmtion I I If
fiuctnation f nation perhaps perhapsdaa1fiD than in the h public poWicdebt RIbHcGDt publicaad
debt and interest init > st charge chaqe chiie I 111 Iii 1S06 tile ttwpublic tilerlbIic thedebt
public debt was ufl fla p pc 7 capita sn in 1844 1844i 184 i ijt
i jt 1 had fallen to t 21 1Ceat5 I ceats caatz per Per capita ia InI
1 ii 52 5 it was y C7 i per capita in 1S UA 1 be beInre bei be1e
Inre the beginning of oCtile th war 1U 274 74 ail ajsltbin anItbn
tbin 1 L mcncicd flCUt 1 rapidly until It t became became7SnR beeamS becawnor
7SnR S per capita rta in n 18 18G l86 grsdKally Iy taP faflia taPi j
ia i i again aIn after fte the war to 5827 2 in 1880 1880j22 18SjJ22 18S0j
jJ22 j22 in j 1S 1 m61 1261 I26 in 1S83 r 136 tiD in inlS InJS n nis
lS ri and S12S7 1297 in 1 1ft 19O 19OMcnry 2 2Sccney 1 11rlcnEY
Sccney in Circulation CiicalatioaThe Cir CirculationThr 1atioil 1atioilThe
The mocRv inor n circulation a amounted d tons to toper
1 ns > = > per capita capii apita J TI 18W touched i O OI C 7 7curing 7rlg
curing I rlg n the th peri per > < VcJ or o paper currency eorrencyirar currencyI I IIar
irar I r the close d1jf kme t of the war war but sooaf sooafzsain S06tJj sooiz
zsain z j n fell f ll belo b ortheft the 4 2O mark until i i8s ia iaSCs ini
SCs i a 2 gradual increase iooeae legaa ant aniI 1 1Jy
I Jy i I 1W2 l i2 Z jtihad ithW reached S24i S4ip kCt pecj pe ea4Ia ea4Ian a a aIn 1 1in
In n 18 1896 iti 6 it was as rlAI 21 2144 i iaI in 19 9O 1t93r1UU1 S 5J3 anti aBdin antiin j jin
in l b01 1O > 02 J2S40 i28O 24O per capita the highest highestjoint 1UgbestJ
joint J ont fl at that it I t las 1 as ever reached readiedDeposits reachedDeposits reachedlhpGsitS
Deposits in savings banks amounted amountedt j jtJ
t tJ J1 115S I > 1SS576 is G in n 1 If20 20 973404 in 1S36 1838XHl88
4 131180 in 185 1856 W 149TiO4 477 7 4 in 1S80 1S804r ISSO44t5
1 4r 4IYi43g 44t5 7435S in 1S70 Si91US73 JsSat6 191tis 7S S in in1248H isi isiI
I 1248H < 243Ufc 4 f4Zt6 ia in iSSfl 181f 88l97O23 l8l 7 7Oa a in iniSij inand
iSij 1 and 2 2 970 70t45SG 4 Se in 19CL Me Menu 1feanj Menuthe a airre
+ irre j e the he individual d deposits P < > sits in national nationalbanks na nationalariis 01Iali 01IalibaLks
banks ariis had grown from 5a0091 5aOOIOS3 cj 910s73 S73 in inisi iftl init
isi l it J to 4111 31Ul 6186 in InDevelopment ISC ISCDevelopment 1 1Development
Development of Farming FanningTae FarmingThe FarmingTic
Tae cause of these financial condi condificus condit
ficus t i ens above abo e noted Dotedthe the increase ot cur curTfXj curU1j currrcy
TfXj bank deposits etc etcis is focnd in inr inc inC
r c licr cr tables sfacwiag sbcw ng the development ci cifcrms cff cifcrris
fcrms f ms manufactures and of the various variousjtidcstries nrtouststri variousthstriee
jtidcstries thstriee tstri The Th number number ot farms in int intased
t tased eased from 1449073 fn n lffi 1iS8 to toiri 5339K7 5339K7in 3 rn rnll
in ll 1MH l OO the value alue of farms aDd farm farmjrcperty armI
jrcperty I rcpert rom VJOO00 fJOOooeOfrj 0 > In ISO to torK0008C00 toIjOOOoo toooocoo
rK0008C00 IjOOOoo in 190C and the value ct ctheir c chir ctir
heir tir prctiuct IGduct which which was not measured measuredtstil measuooC
tstil Lt C it I 187 1 ft grew gre w from 198CCC l9 800fG > tO W in int int Intt
t tt t > 3r a yeas to 137646605 374GOOOOV s4toUeeo in 1 1lO > 6 The TbeT Theue
T ue of farm animals increased from fromHOOOOOJ from4oooW
44000060 in lSO l t to < 0 28S1 2 ZSSlJOO6O Hl600 6W fa faIce hiThe
1 II
The IIThe value of the product of the t 2 manu manuturing manU manUurlng mannfa
fa turing urlng m b iiiduzrIes < Iu uEtries tries grew from ldW 1 1ff 8000O ldWIB
ff O in m 1 7 < > to U Ufi 13C0C0C00 eOeoeM eOC006 in 1S 1Sh1 UO UOi
h1 i r fhe hi 1 lu uraberof ber6fpeopie people employed employedca yed yedEm
ca e a grw riw irom rom less then 1 100u0 O 0 OW in inGOULD IDlJi
lJi 1 Ii to 7 Th0C4i0 tOOtn in 19Oi 19OiGOULD 1900GOULD
1 Eas Special Deputies Appointed to toGuard toGuard toGuard
Guard His Long Island Property PropertyMINEOLA PropertyMIXEOLA PropertyMINEOLA
MINEOLA L L L Aug 29 ThHoward ThHowardCould Howard HowardGould HowardGould
Gould tired of being annoyed by want wanting waliting waltlag ¬
ing delegates who have a e been invading invadinghis invadinghs Invadinghs
hs estate near Port Washington Wu lBgtoD where whereextensive wheree
extensive e eDsive imprc im improvements rce regents ents are re under way wayhas wayh3S wayh3s
h3S requested rNl1e te4 Sheriff Johnson to appoint appointfour appointfIr appointfoir
four of his BleB en deputy sheriffs The Tberequest TherequCt Therequest
request has been complied with withSome withScmc withsome
Some weeks ago a strike was threat threatened thr threataced t tened ¬
ened among the mechanics and labor laborers Jaboren laborcr5 ¬
ers > employed by Mr Gould This was wasthe wasthe wasthe
the result of walking delegates obtain obtaining obtainIng obtainlug ¬
ing admission to the grounds under the theguise theguise theguise
guise of men seeking employment Once Onceinside Onceinside Onceiflside
inside they tried to cause a strike and andif andta
ta if successful would have completely completelytied eompletelytied completelytiea
tied up all mechanical work on o tile tbeGould tileGould theGould
Gould estate estateLIGHTNING eStat eStatL1GHTNING estateLIGHTNING
Splendid Structure Struct e at Emmitsburg EmmitsburgJdd Emmi burg burgt1d
Jdd t1d Completely Ruined RHinedEMMITSBURG RuinedEIitITSBuRG RuinedEMMITSBURG
EMMITSBURG EIitITSBuRG lei Aug 29 9Tbe 9TbePl 29ThePtcsbyterlau Tbe TbePjf
Pjf Pl Ptcsbyterlau sbyterlan sbyterianChurch Church a large foe be brick brickbuilding briekbuilding brickbu
bu building Iding in EmraiteiMtrg Frederick cons county eouBty consty ¬
ty was struck by lightning llgbtnt this Uti after afternoon afternoon afternoon ¬
noon during the heavy rafnutoaei aad de deroyed des tiesred
s sred srede royed royedihe TQyed11e
ihe e volunteer yol teer fire company after aftermuch after1Iurh afterrr
much rr h hard work succeeded in connaing connaingfat oonft1iD oonft1iDt conitningI
t fat I flames to the burning building and andSTcssrs ancls anda
s a ng t the parsonage and residences of ofMESHS ofZ
STcssrs Z rs Gillelean and Hayes which at atUISFS attiZics attl
UISFS tl b were in imminent danger dangerThe daD8erTlJe dangerLi
The Li firejBfea ftr en procured a number of ofcomical o octm ofcrnieaI
comical ctm cal exttnguishers from Mount SC SCJvspph8 Sths 8t 8tphs
Jvspph8 hs > pbs whi hih h proved very y ry effective t in iai infJluIIg ini
i fJluIIg i jJulng iig ic y fl fiauies it was feared taattu that ttt
tu t stteplf rcp > t pl would fall oa eu the Jt parsonaxe parsonaxebut pnraoaaeb e ebut
but b when it t Tell dl 1i it toppled over OftrJBt late latectnter tbe tbecinter tIteCDter
cinter of the church LburhIt hLrhV
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The following ta table ebows the ilguros lr < a a few of the more e Important Importantcolumns rt rtcolumns J Jm
columns of the monceraph Dt J1cgrapbIIK for the years 1S3tf 1S3 185 a d 19CZ 19CZPublic
t tP
m 1 18l U 190 190Fublic
Public P debt less askiil askiiltrcasury c cask sfe ia iatreasury hitroamiry
treasury r fr i 56734370 56734370Honey 3 tfti7JWK I94Z24I I94Z24Iufoeey t41 t41y
Honey y in circulation 1tzJ1oSt l 1tj51T 325tTi 325tTiBank 11H 161S47Z 4L24i 4L24iBank 9a 9ar
Bank dearings r J 5S 2 a aDejwsils 5Sl3Ci6 n neIS 1112tSR2I 1112tSR2IDeposits
Deposits eIS ts ie sarias gbAliks basks banksi24S44ti0 3 s4i4 S4 K KDeposits 1 IS1d9023 fifi J 259 I9709Ii0 094 386 I
1 Deposits Detl IB ta national D2 icnitl banks l4SS l 143S0l6 e 856 856Number 4i3 131 6Sel6 6Sel6Number 1
I Number of faras s IJSMl IJSMlValue 156I l 377 Z65T 3JgrValue Z65TI
Value farm pxcdc prpicts 24 4i81t 40010134 40010134Value M9T54 M9T54Value Tq i 17 706 706ralue
Value farm animals animals413702S WV 241 ut 85 8 8Goal Ut 1334430 21iSL051l1 21iSL051l1Coal SlojIl SlojIlJ1
I Goal pEoduced IWu eQ tans ton tons140SS631 J jSK L LSteel m i74SSG5 21iT1 21iT1Steel Ui 7Sil 7SilSt
St Steel eI produced produ d toaejJL tc toua42Z071 l 4i2i ijri rl rlMa f Uf4 Uf4Manufacturing 1172 1172Ma
Ma Manufacturing ufactttring a t1Hing industries industriesAverage IndustriesAvarage
Average era e number enapfeyes em enipleycsWages es CjSiSriS CjSiSriSWages e OJ lt ltWases I
t Wages aDd salaries paidv paid > 3 2213 2213Vliie L U 7S 48
1 Value cf products prcductzL333573191 r Sl lM lMIron
I Iron and steel industry fadustryWages industryWages J
Wages a and d salaries ii pas i WjapIS WjapISValue 173CO4I 173CO4IValue
1 Value of i products products4iU81 products4iU81I 1f C 4j4 S lt ltRailways 1i
I I Railways miles milesI ia operation operationfreight op rtlos rtlosI
laite1 laite1tc
I freight carried one mile miletons
I tc tons s sRate > i19II5S 79l02l12 SSi8 SS6T77SSI a1 t 11116L0i4i 11116L0i4iRate i1 1rM13 1rM13I
Rate per pe ton t B per mile cents 5 84 e 7 719ltL 75 75liiol
19ltL liiol 1900 r
AlTI COfT CUK f llfJ1USTRY llfJ1USTRYRehale iIilUTRYRebate
Rebate of Internal Revenue I3evenue I3evenueTaxon Revenue1Taxon i iTax
Tax Taxon on Goods Exported ExportedPr Expor d 1 1f 1Preiie1 I IPresident > f I
Pr President adest t Alse Al e Empowered Emtwered to Heiy HeiyManafaetarers He1pManefa RelpManufacturers
Manufacturers Manefa turers by R Rebating bating Duties Butiesf Dutieson I If
f f oa Saw CcttsH CcttsHMexico CGtt cottenenlco t tis
Mexico enlco is is raaking a strempeos effort effortin eftortto effortto
to promote tl m hiduetry VAOfI VAOfIlr aeo aeolntoa
lr lntoa in to toa a report jost jutJtlt jestiedei T eiv eJr > tie e State StateDepartment statet titateHD
HD Department partmeat t from William W 2 I Canada Canadaconsul CallaMi
i c consul imul 1 at Veracruz Veraer He Heea7S Heea7SThe HenaisThe says saysThe
The Congress of ofthe the Repi Repti 0 > ii of ofMexico oj ojext ofMexico
Mexico ext recently passed an me acwill uch uchwill cbl cblWIn
will serve to promote die cotton initas initastry inditetry
try of this country eou t The Th e numerous n oas rail railroad raJ railroad I Ii ¬
i road enterprises terpi under UlMer way will n pro provide proyide proylde ¬
vide manufacturers irfta new trai nl1Sp traxsporf2tIon spor sportation r ri
i tation facilities and steps 8t ps will l e e taken takento kcn kcnto J
f to enable them to o make shipments di direct dif dlrect ¬
f rect from plant and OB through bills billsof billsI II
of lading over over ver existing cJdstt roads and others othersi otherstooW
tooW I i now w in course of completion eompleti at rates ratesthat ratesthat I
that will enable the native manufac manufacturer mannfachirer ¬ I Itam
tam to successfully suce afully compete with for foreign fW1 forolga ¬
eign imports importsThe tmportsTIJe importsThe
The toltewiag is an an abstract of the theabovementioned theabovemenUoned I
abovementioned abovementlolftdact act date t Tune 6 61S 61ge 6lie
1S lie i
i The The executive of the Uaic Union Is ea eapowered em emPO empowered
powered PO ered and it remains optional with withhta withhim II III
him to return all ll or a part ot of tie r4e in interaal mtenutl internal
I teraal revenue taxcoliected tax oUected ia coaioria coaioriaHy eoIfform eodformIty I
I ity with the decree of o November New ember 57 it itI
11193 I 1833 io all aUeues cases where here wovea cotuw cotuwgoods c cgoods cotwegoods
goods are e exported through custom customhouses eastoJDI cUstomhouses
houses of the republic repu republk lte for use or eon consumption eonsumptionin eonsumption ¬
I sumption sumptionin in foreign countries countriesThe countriest I
t 7he The executive e xeC1 tive is also empowered to togrant toI I IgJant
I I grant exporters of woven cotton goods goodsof gGOdBI goodsof
of native Jta ve manufacture a drawback ia iaa iaasum a asum asum
sum lot exceeding S cents per perpountIB 2 204 204pounds WS WSi
I i pounds net on all import duties port portcharges 1I9rtcharges portcharges
charges aad additional duties Cat at may mayI mvbave mayI
I I have bees collected on the invjorts of ofraw ofI
I 1 raw w cotton from foreign ccaatries ccaatrieswhich ue trle8 trle8whJck
1 which raw cotton has been maaolactared maaolactarediato IDaoutacturedI manutacturedInto
Into woven cotton goods goodsi goodsAlt
I i u AH woven cottoa goods s of native nativei Batffemanufacture nativemanufacture
i manufacture that may have nave been ex exported exI cxported ¬
ported under the stipulations expressed expressedI
I I in the foregoing article tptlele may IDa be refcn refcni retDpoted reimported
i ported in conformity coDor tty with regulations regulationsof
of o article 11 of the custom house regu regulations regalations regulations ¬
lations In such ease however the theamount theI theamount
I amount of drawback which may cave cavebeen have havebeen havebeen
been allowed bag i the government t must mustbe mustbe
be refunded to the treasury treaayryat at time of otreimportation ofreimpotiou ofrehupertation
I reimportation of said woven cotton cottongoods ttongoods cottongoode
goods goodsMRS goodsMRS
I Widow Wid d v of Railroad Man Makes Good GoodUse GoodUse GoodUse
Use of Her Money MeneyN2W MoneyI MoneyNEW
= XE NEW YORK Aug 29 29Itls It is aanouaced aanouacedat maOumed maOumedatfkelleadquarte IUiOUnCedat
I at atfkelleadquarte ire headquarters that thatthroudt through the thekindness thekladnes thekindness
kindness of Mrs Margirret J T Plant of cfiS6 ofiS6Ff ofise
iS6 iS6Ff Fiftff FIft Avenue arrangements have havebeen havebee barebeen
been made for the establishment of a abed abed aled
bed in Jodie the Presbyterian New York and aadHudson audHud1On andHudson
Hudson Street Hospitals Uc beds to tobe tobe tobe
be used for uniformed members in ac active active active ¬
tive service of tbe fire department departaicntMrs departmentMrs nt ntIrs
Mrs Plant is the widow oT Henry B BPlant BPlant BPlant
Plant the millionaire rilrcad and andsteamship andsteamship andsteamship
steamship man xoaai manPAID manPAIDCOSTSADLET
j EighteenYear Eighteen Year Old Boy GivesTTp Gives Up Stel Stalen Stelen Stelen
en Woman and Two Children ChildrenWILKESUARRE Cl Ckil WtenWILKESIJARRE ren renWIL1ES13ARItE
WILKESUARRE P Pa Aug 2 29A 29Aunique A Aunlqiie
1 unique elopement waa ead ended d at 4 oclock oclockthis ocloekthta oclockthis
this nteraitg JD6rn Eight months IRORtaa ago qolrs qolrsCatherine Mrs MrsCatherine MrsCatherine
Catherine Geola aged thirtyseven lefther left eftl lefther
l her husband at New ew Haven Coon Coari tak taking t tingher tklug ¬
lug ingher her two children with 1 th her and andeloped aadeloped andeloped
eloped with Joseph Baroeath a bey of ofeighteen litei6hte ofelbteen
eighteen ei6hte D They came to Hartcigh Ha lfhnear lfhnearhere near nearhere nearbore
here Her husband located locat the teetple teetplein couple ecsplein
in the coal fields a awl 3 aD a Italian dales detective d teclive dalesLive ¬
live found them here hereised hereThey
1 They were arrested and d Cools prom premto promland
land to forgive his wife if sire s returned returnedSbe return returnedShe d dSIe
She was wilHrg The eighteenyear eighteenyearold
old boy paid all the costs and was not notprosecuted notprosecuted notprosecuted
prosecuted prosecutedENGLAND prosecutedENGLA a aENGLA1IJ
Opposition to Transfer r of Ancestra AncestraMansion AncestraM AncestralMansion
Mansion M 8ien to America AmericaLONDON AmericaLONJX AmericaLONDON
LONDON Aug tThe The stories which whichwere whichwere whichwere
were cabled a fortnight since regarding regardingtbe regarditttile regardingthe
tile possible po purchase raid traaportatton traaportattonto
to America of Wasbtagtons Wa lduclooJJ ancestral ancestralhome anc snceptralborne ra rabOJDe
home near Danbury have caused an anagitation allagitation anagitation
agitation on this side for the retention retentionof
of the tbeIDAxorlOG mansion in England EnglandThe E EnglandTbeBsnbury land landTJteBaDbury
The TJteBaDbury Banbury Guardian leads the at attack attack attack ¬
tack against tile removal r remove I of the Ole1UHIpublie bomo bomoturi hosnonDd
turi 1UHIpublie pttblie opinion epnlonis is supporting upp rt1ag tb tbpaper the tlle1Mpel thepeper
Editor E to1Vho Wno V ho Is Printing It t in n1il His WeekJy Week WeekJy
Jy Jy Threatened With WithPro Prosecution ProsecutionCHICAGO Pro3ocutionCHICAGO ution
CHICAGO Aug 39 9Csrleton Carleton F FHodge FHodge FHedge
Hodge editor editor of the Assumption Ill IllJGdepemeut Ill 111Icdependent Illlcdcpendcnt
Icdependent is threatened with prose prosecntscn prosecution pronecnticn
cntscn for forpuushbg puMishfczs imp im impopcr Ope iper literature literaturebecause UterattJt1bceaws literaturebecause
because bceaws he has b uiidertabea a to print the tfee9bie th thBible theBible
Bible Bible 9bie in in his his newspaper newspaperWhea newspaperW newspaperWhee
Whea W ea he reached ea hed one of ofthe the last chap chapters c chaptef ap apte ¬
ters te tef of Genesis in the thcpUbticationol publication of the theBibfe theBibie theIIIoe
Bibfe on the weekly int intaUmcBt UIIKIIt plan pi2aJllr pi2aJllrHCMlge Mr MrHodge MrHedge
Hedge received a letter from f OQ a pro praoinent proninest i iDeBt
DeBt omcfel of the St SL Joseph County CoIUUYSarings CountySavings CountySavings
Savings Bank at South Bead Ind in informlii informJghtm Informiu =
formJghtm formlii MSI that te t C appear appearance Beeof of < sash sashmatter suabmatier 1 1matter
matter ia in a newspaper was illegal anifl aniflhe end endhe
fIte he threatened thoeat neci to start a lawsuit lawsuitJBditor lawsuiLEditor a1lVSUtt a1lVSUttEditor
Editor Hodge woo 00 came to Chicago Chicagotoday Cbtcag9daY Chicagotoday
today tKcid ne proposed to tJconti to continue contlHueprinting continueprinting U8 U8pdudng
printing a chapter ot the theBillIe Bible cad cadi cacbweek cachweek
i week in bdds his ds paper despite cies this threat threatIt tbreatI
I It is to chapters pters of ofGenesls Genesis and Deu Deuteronomy Deutercnomy Deuter000my ¬
teronomy tint ti t the be bank bal1cofii official ob objeces obi obiiJeetB ohJeet
iJeetB jeces Jeet said Mr Hodge He wrote ate use usea me atea
i a letter saying S there dl re were spots spots awl awlplaces aadI cmiplaces
I places in the Bible that were not fit ttf ttfbe ti tobe
i be put before the public for perusal perJl I For Formy For Forsly
I my part I consider CODSi u anything that i ie fit fitto fitI fittO
to be the basis of Christianity and a to tobe Wbe tabe >
I be taught to the children in the t Sunday Sundayschools SuRdlschools nnday nndayschools
schools is good etOugb iou3h to be submitted submittedto SUbRa submittedto ttei tteiI
I to newspaper readers along with news newsitems newsItems newsItems
items of the day dayBEKCH dayFRENCH day1nPiflU
Was aS Being Bein TVken ihEIeva ihEIevaStretcher in in Eleva Elevator a ator
tor to to an Operai Operating ngK ngKStretcher Table TableStretcher
Stretcher CaugKt Flooring and aaSh aaShWas She SheWas SheWas
Was Tipped TippedOaUingO Of O Failing Qyer QyerTOUT Over OverFour < e eFeel
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I I NEW YORK YORX Aug Ug 29 yic VlcWrIne VlcWrIneRaedIe Vict rme rmeRaedtei ne neRa
Raedtei Ra RaedIe the French maid twentythree twentythreeyears tw twentythreeyears ntythrooI
I years old old in the employ of Miss Adele AdeleAreller AdeJeArcher AdeleArcher
Archer an actress living at a 21i 21 1J < We Veu VeuThirtyoarth VesrThirtyfourth t tTbirtyIaorth
TbirtyIaorth Street Stree4 who was WaJt killed killedlate kfiled kfiledJate killedlate
late yesterday afternoon ternoon by fal fa1lt falfing Hag gllown gllownthe downthe down downthe
the orator shaft in the private hospi hospital hoapiI hespital
I tal of ft Kiss A L 1 Alston at at 26 6 West WestSixiynrst West WestI WestSixtyfirst
I Sixiynrst Sixtrftrst Street was W8 8 about abo UttO to un undergo undergo nodergo
dergo a aa operation ratton a She > e was Wat5bclag being beingmoved
I moved from toe fourth floor to the tbecperattefc theI theoperating
I operating room in the floor above aboveTbe aboveI aboveI
I The TJJeoman woman was under the effects ofj ofjether of ofether ofI
I I ether when she fell She lay on a awheeled ai awheolad
wheeled stretcher in tile elevator levato which whichwas whleaI whickwan
I was is charge of a nurse nur Beatrice 3fci 3fciXillac le leI ic icMillac
I Xillac The patient and nurse were werealone werealone eu eualOM
alone fa tbe t th elevator elevatorAceorditfg
I Aee Aceorditfg rdtttg to the narses n a story the theeud theeudof end endof Th1 Th1of
I of the stretcher OB which Whi eh the French Frenchwoman F Frenchwoman rt h h1o
woman 1o nan lay Jaycaug1at caught against the flooring flooringas
i as the t elevator ascended u ended and a the pa patient pa1 pa1tient i itient
tient slid down the iodiDe and aoo1Jetween between betweenthe betweenl I II
I I the wall of the shaft and the thecu car She Shefell beI SheI
I fell feJt to the basement t four and a aba1r aba1rst half halfstories baitstories
stories below and when found she was wasGENERAL wasy1 wasdying
I dying dyingI y1 y1f
I Makes MakeInspcction Inspection of Fortifications Fort fiCitiOns With WithLieutenant WilliJ WithI
I I Lieutenant Johnson JobnsonVBW J JohnsonNEW tson tsonNEWBEDltORD
NEWBEDltORD NEW BBDFDRD Ma fu Aug 2S 2SGeaeral 9General 29General
General Greely has hQarrJved arrived here and andproceeded andpr an anproceeded
proceeded pr to Kert R Pld Fdma dttaa where he Jw Jwmade MBlade hotactic
made an anlupect hs ltspoctlo p cdon or l < rf the fortification fortificationunder fortilcattonunder fortificationunder
under the gutdante of Lieutenant LieutenantJohn LieutenantJohnSOD John Johnsoa Johnsun I
SOD j jThe 1 1The
sunTbo The tugboat George Hill liii landed a adczen adczen 1
dczen United States Signal Corps Corpsmen Corpsmenye men rafinyesterday
yesterday ye terdllY Tae tn lug has established establishedj estabU establishedwirelom Ed
I j wir wirelom 1 Msc telegraphy plants aj Block Blocki ElockIslattcl BlockIsland I
i Island aRIl Fort WetfcereH and will her herI herself
j self be equipped with wireless teleg telegrapbr Lcicgraphy
I rapbr rapbrSAT ra raphyS1T bv bvI
lloyd ovcl Method Jl et110d Adopted A opted by a Fat Man Mania Manin < l lin
in Detroit BetrsitliETROIT Det DetroitDETROIT < t tDETROIT
DETROIT Aug 2 tiamea James McGuire McGuircalias McGuirealias McUu ir iralias
alias Sexton who leave ve his address ae a a5UT
5UT 523 Tweptytbtrd yt1tIFd Street slreet Nev Ne York wae waereleased waareteaacd Wd1released
released from IrompriBODafter prison praon atter Tter sensing seningterm servingterm n ntens
term for to bicycle stealing Yesterday he hemet tcmet icmet
met Mrs L Latin < ulu Brown and it Is is alleged allegedsnatched aJlegedHatched allegesnatched
snatched her watch watchHe watchHe watchlie
He turned to run and came in collision collisionwith coIJhicJwith collialcawith
with Louis Buchoer weighing 47 47pounds J7Zi J7Zipcunds j jpounds
pounds knocking him down < 01lrD Anothsr Anothsrcitizen Anoth Anothcitizen Anothrcitizen
citizen tripped McGuirp > u s he was yuma1 yuma1lag malt making maltlag ¬
lag off and he tell tw to the sidewalk sidewalkThen sidewalkThea sIdewalkThen
Then Buchner st 6n him until a aJHJ poice poiceham polceInca ce ceiaJan
ham iaJan arrived McGwire KeCuiredeufeate McCuiredealee destes the cJ c ciaie ciaieof > aige aigeof aqerobbery
of highway robbery i I Ic
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Wealth Traced Tr ced to Three Lines in a a Pa Paper F Paper ¬ I Ip
per p r Wrapped Wrap Aroaad Aronnda a Sandwich aSardwichf SandwichSori I Ini
Sori f ni I < i from tbe man ad age page frs frsto frs frsne tiaqitea
ne qitea to t > read as fairy stories ctpfl an and bm 1Ntim 1NtimPreA to tothe Iapress
press the mind the fact thai f truth is isj Isei Isstrange
strange j ei r than t an fsto f I t oo O The face remains remainsalso ralaSaIm rUflUdUSsled
also that the bcncat tobe to be boderived > ferfred from fromnad kUJan fromaflhd
an aflhd nad ul of this sort does doenst vet always alWays cease ceaseritfcthe ceaseith ceasewIth
wIth ritfcthe ith the day of t publicUm publicUmTi pUbHeaUfta pUbHeaUftaTWs publics Uni Unihue
Ti TWs hue te was weii illustrated iiustratedeeveraI several veral days daysago dayaago daysngo
ago in the confessions cOl s < iol8 of one of t the most mostprosperous mostP mostprosperous
prosperous P OU stock brokers broltersm ia the city citywho citywboias citywho
who wboias nas risen to his present entpositlon position by byreason byreason byreason
reason cf bis close closeappnc application appllc tlc Bto n to bus buslness busIness busfloss
ness and nd good g Od judgment Five years yearsago yeasago yearnago
ago JH was an uncouth u O th f Tanners flinmers nners son sanilh sonwith sonwith
with ilh good book learning but BO I worldly worldlyexperience worldlyeJipenencc worldlyexperience
experience Like many other r ambitious ambitiousboys ambitioushoTS aflibltiousboys
boys he decides to start dot tor himself himselfMeeting blmse1M himselfMeeting
Meeting M eting with the opposition oppositlonof of his par parents parents parcuts ¬
ents he finallj finall decided to rua away awayTaking awayTAJrin awayTaking
Taking TAJrin with him only onlyt onlytheclutiies tbe eclothestbat eclothestbatloe clothes that thatlie thathe
lie wore and a bundle of sandwiches slmdwic s he hestarted hestarted bestarted
started for the city Oa arriving in inWashington inWashington inWashington
Washington he found that he had not notonly notody notonly
only exhausTc1 his commissary COIIi Wssary supplies suppliesbut suppliesbut suppliesbut
but that in his fear bfbelas Of fbctug beIDg caught he hebad behad hebad
bad failed to provide pro ide himSelf with any anxmoney aDXmoney anymonity
money As he munched Ids last sand sandwich sandwtcii sandvleh ¬
wich wtcii the seriousness of the situation situationpresented situationpresented
presented itself to him and udfor for a time be bewas l1ewu liewas I
was tempted to return returnhomc home As the thelast thelast
last l crumbs disappeared d his eye fell fellupca reUi fellupon
i upon pcnOIe the want column of the paper that thathe tbatbe thathe
he had wrapped WTI ppd his lunch lunehm in and run ruaulnz rUDI runon
I ulnz on n down its columns his eye rested restedupca restjm restjmupG1 restdupcn
upca an advertisement for an cQice boy boyia boyIn
In a stock tCk brokers office oce A moment momentlater mometlata moment1ai t
later fee noted the date line which whichshowed whichshoWed whichShowed
showed that the paper was two weeks weekseld weeksold
old and his heart sank sanki saDkWith sankWith
i With deternrEaiion born of despera desperation desperaUOIl desperaUon ¬
tion UOIl however hOW V er he answered ateweredthe the ad found foundthat foun foundtbat
that tI t the boy that bad been b n engaged did didnot ildnot lidnot
not suit suit secured toe place Iaee ad by ap application application appUcatlon ¬
plication to business businesscoupIed enabled coUpled with a anatural a1IaturaJ anatural
natural aptitude for it > soon soon became a afactor afactor
factor in the street as promotion after afterpromotion arterpromoticn afterpromotion
promotion encouraged his work ork His Hispresent Hispresent Hispresent
present belie in the small amaJlad ad T page > age is isevidenced isevidenceft
evi evidenceft evidenced by the fact that th he frequent frequently frequentlynow ¬
ly lynow cow inserts ert small emaflcatdh aneat catci 1t ads aMeoneefn aMeoneefn1m concern concerniag concesnlu
1m iag lu his business busine ° rn in the small I ad a column columnand columnand
land and daiais clI ms that his returns r are more morethan lIIOtethan morethan
than satisfactory satisfacoryEREC satisfactoryjjD11ITW1
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EREC iLiMLLIti UfGtIIJTlOR pySTIOE pySTIOEsit i1ifl1 1Ufl 1UflI
sit N Tf f W sim nm TEb i i1ii1pn bJL m lisa lisaPresident WUJr 1IIEELPresident tll 1JJJ 1JJJPre
President Pre ident schwa11 Schwab Interested InterestedTiv 1nterestedIn nterestedin
Tiv ia In Enterprise Enterprisela Ent EnterjiriseMaisineJi rriri rririM
M MaisineJi m b W Wek < ka to k Ai1Od olt9 te the theJfci theLnntntnez
la Lnntntnez JiBtMS Jfci cf Butler Bu tJer Penn PeanBUTLER Penn Pennsylvaree
syiv sylvaree sylvareeBUTLER
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BUTLER BUTCiR Pa PL Aug A 2SriIa 9 addition IIddt to tothe isI
ItJte I the ittnaecse plant oft of 4c Standard Sief SiefI Steel SteelCar Stee1I
I Car CCoIIQIaDy Company BOW nooF1JIei being erected ei her hertfite here hereft here hereI
I I = tfite ft < ujwa Is to have soother a industry fadestryTfee fDdcstrYThe industryTha
The steel car wheel wbeel pied f t which wSichhsrl wmebiC1mr1 whichCbarltg
iC1mr1 Cbarltg < > hsrl > s M II schwab chwab hwab president t of f the tneUnited theUnited theUnited
United olit Q1Stes utm s Steel Corporation Coq phI phIT Gfaarl Charles CharlesT s sT
T Schema Seho S hen 3 and nd other manufacturers I unifaeturers are areinterested areInterested areInterested
interested will locate locatehele locateheleCbaT1ea here hereCharles bercCbrlen
Charles T Scfaocn today tad aid i4 he had hada
a deed for forty tort acres e of land adjoining adjoinlBgtb adjo adjoiningthe ai aitJaeprop2tt1ctf
tb tJaeprop2tt1ctf the propeity proport of tb t1SatMm the Stanfiarii Steel Car CarCompany Caro GarCompany
Company o final aai l details dergi a havia having been ex exedited ex exeeuted oxecuted
edited yesterday la He says ys be elnteBds intends to toerect toaut toirect
erect a plant pJam on the property roPerty for the tbemanufacture themanufactureef themanufacture
manufacture manufactureef of solid steel st I car wheels wheelstrader w wheelsunder 1s 1suDCkor
trader a cew ne neprocess neprocessI process processMr processt
I Mr Sctaoen Schoensaid said that hat the machinery macaineryfor 1Iaeiltneryfor
t I for the plant is now noWbeing being manufactured manufacturedat
I at the work of the Bethlehem Steel SteelCompany Steell SteelComp3ay
Company 1iaJlY at South Bothlehem tJtIe1leBlp and ttatall that thatan thatall
all the machinery wjll be of a ponder ponderows pondertale
tale 011 S character one O De of O f the pieces weigh weigfciBg wet weighlag ck ckiag
l lag 406600 ponuds ponudsn POolliLThere p neds nedsThere
There n > ere will m be three fiftyton ftttytonOiHC ftttytonOiHCheRrth opec opecliearth opecliearth
liearth steel fiJraaces
All Details Agreed to and Document DocumentWD1 DocumentWill DocumentWill
Will Soon Be Signed SigsedSHANCHAIAng SigedHAsGHA SignedSHANOHA
SHANCHAIAng HAsGHA Au 29The The draft of the thectKsracrcial th theamrnal b btreaty
ctKsracrcial treaty between etwe China and andGreat and andGAtBrltaiA andGreat
Great GAtBrltaiA Britain was as finally agreed oa OI1yes OI1yesterdaY yes yesterday yesterday ¬
terday Jjy y the Chinese ChtI ese eommissiwiers eommissiwiersaad eommlssi3D6ISIHl
and Sir James McKay tbe British rep representative representative representattve ¬
resentative The Theteiegraphlines telegraph lines be between betW between ¬
tween tW here and Pefctn 1tin were were all occu occupied oecupledia occupled ¬
pied pledia to seeding of3ctal o ta1 business relat relatiag relalIg relatbig
big to tbe thetreatj thetreatjTbere thetreatyThere treaty treatyThere
There is a total totalGf of f sixteen si een articles fix fixthe 1Jlta hiihe
the ta cgrcenjent ccr sreeut t There is nothing new aewexcept newexcept ew ewxce
except xce t ac article prcnibiting prcbibltingthe the taper importatica tmltOrtattcn tapertatton
tatica of ofepium opium This treaty treat will willprobhbly wilJprom willprobably
probably prom Illy be signed i Ded vitbia a few days daysTile daysr4e daysThe
Tile tariff treaty tr a1y between China and andthe andthe andthe
the powers will 111 be signed this after afternoon aterDCl aftersoon ¬
noon DCl bjr representatives by ail the thena thenaHODS na nations ontions ¬
tions except France which whl has not yet yetagreed y ya ydtagreed
agreed a to its pro provisioIrean provisions visions and the United CalledStates UnitedStales UnitedStates
States wtwsae acting coramissicner Con Consul Conl ConSal ¬
Sal l General Goodncw is hi Japan but butwho butWH hutwho
who will sign the document OB his bi re return rew reJameson icturn ¬
turn turnJameson w turnJameson
Jameson Admits Raid Was a Blunder BlunderCAPE BlunderCAPE BlunderCAPE
CAPE TOWN TOW Aug I9D Dr Jameson Jamesonmade JamesoDmade Jamesoamade
made made his hi first speech s ia two years to tothe tothe tothe
the Cape House HoUse of Aescmbly yesterday yesterdaylie
He said the abominable aboct1nableraid raid was as a bad badblunder badtlunder badblunder
blunder but penance penance had been done and andhe andhe andhe
he thought the he affair might now be for forgotten torgotl forgotten ¬
gotten gotl n by fairminded people
Til 1U OBSERVE UUuiilttJb fP lliJb LAW limi limiDepartment LAWD AY1 AY1Department
Department D partn1ent of f Agric Agriculture AgricultureSends AgricuItire1 AgricuItire1Sends ltu
Sends Out Outa a Bulletin BulletinBIRDS BuiletinBIRDS
I IComIlerce
Federal Statutes Regarding Interstate laterstateCommerce InterstateCommerce
Commerce Conform C 1Il to t and dnd Carry hit CtLocal hitLocal
Local RegulaGons RegulafiongP RegularionsPlumage Plumage unage Birds Birdsaad Birdsand
and Pest Destroyers Dest oyers ke Are Protected P tected
With the approach of the sportsman sportsmansopen sportsmanopen sportsmnSopen
open season which bjgins b ns Monday nwtt nwtttimely 1fattimely nxt nxttimely
timely warning he bb issued to b the theDepartment tMDepartment theDepartment
Department of Ai t1ultureinorder Culture in order to tosecure tosecure tosecure
secure a more geaers geJen1 observance of the theact theact theact
act of May ay 25 2 IStw to prohibit tbe tbetransportation tbetranspcrtatlon thetransportation
transportation by interstate commerce commerceof
of game killed in violation r1olaion latloa ci local laws lawsThe lawnThe lawsThe
The department invites attention to totoe tot tothe
toe t provisions proV = s1oas of the tbeFederai Federal and State Statelaws SUitelaws Slatelaws
laws relating to shipment of f f birds and andSame aDdpime antisame
Same SameThese pimeTheseJaW8 sameThese
These TheseJaW8 laws areintended to preserve preservefor presenef preservefor
for f i the t e confRMB good ood certain animals animalsand animaland animalsand
and birds birds that are areaJuable valuable as food foodsport foodsport foodsport
sport cr c as destroyers of pests They Teyare TIleyare Theyare
are generally supported by public sen sentiment sen sentiment sentiment ¬
timent bat are frequently violated violatedthrough YIo vboited vboitedthrtugh ted tedthrtugh
thrtugh ignorance as comparatively few lewpersons fewpersons fewpersons
persons realise the rapid increase in inprotective biproteetie inprotectire
protective legislation 181lslatl n or the numerous numerousrestrictions numerOUSustrictkms nuineroearestrictions
restrictions which w kh have been im imon imposed imposedn
on n the trade in game gameSummary gameSunmaxy gameSummary
Summary of ofthe the the Laws LawsSportsmen LawsSportsmen LawsSportsman
Sportsmen market hunters Itunteridealers garae garaedealers gmedealers
dealers commission c o mrnisstn merchants merchantsroad reitnts rail railroad raflroad ¬
road and express express agents aDd all U other otherpersons otherpersons otherpersons
persons concerned c eeinedsltould should9 it itfamiliarize is said saidfamiliarize saidfamiJiarie
familiarize themselves so far as pos possible pcssiNetirh peesible ¬
sible siNetirh ttirh the regulations BOW in fore foreA fOiC1J fOiC1JA5 forcA
A A5 summary suinoisry m aryof of the Federal State ad aadeoaniy adI sadcounty
I county laws may be badges QD application applicationto
i to toe Department D rtment of Agriculture AgricultureTbe AgrtculttJrel
l The m meat important provisions provb io of 0I tb tbvarlons thdoiw
I varlons doiw laws may be briefly stated stat statirouows as asfollows asfellows
irouows follows fellowsit followsIt
f It Is unlawful rbrany fcr r any person rso D to de deliver de de11har de1Ivr ¬ J
11har liver to any common carrier earierioc for trans tiaaspcrtaticn lraBaI transpertatkn
I pcrtaticn pert Ut tien trout trona one State or Territory Territoryt
t tQ aactier tJler or for any cammori cthmou carrier carrieror carriesor
f or or censignee knowingly IY to receive reeeive say saywild 1tR7wi anywihtaniuiala I
wi wihtaniuiala wild acimala cr birds killed in violationof violationof violation riolatioalor
lor of Iocs laws J Zion niis hls prohibition ap apr applies I IHies
r plies not only to game me killed o oUt t cf cfSCSOB efpeason I Ir
r SCSOB peason D but to t that captured ia an 8nt K Klegal iingal
legal t manner iflanner by imps traPS n Dt ts etc or for fori forillegal fatillegal
i illegal purpcses as In M tome ne States Car Carsale fure foreale
sale e le cr 1 shipment shipmentt ahm 2btment5ippera nt ntS1
t Shippers S1 ippeI3 Meet 1tf5tJiarkGame 1tf5tJiarkGameYery Mark MarkGame MarkGamerY Game Gamevery
Yery very rY paetrageccnlainlog p55ge package containing gdiae g ge me or ortilrds orbirds r ror
birds or o any parts thereof when he soip soipped sidpLJMd ssdpjcd
LJMd ped by hiters interstate tate commerce commercea commeree1D1 St must bee beela beara
la a statement of oL a the contents eDtatsaltd and the theshippers tMl theS1iPer5
shippers crsname name plainly marked mark d QD < < OB the tbeoutside t tI theOutSIde
outside Utl Inattention InaU utiou to these details delail2re1 deicIarenders detailsi
I i renders re1 the th shiPper liable not oafr ual to toloss tolom
1 loss of his game nIt > uzt also to heavy e vy pea peaallies MmI penaltits
allies s for evasions cf the law lawShipping JawShSp lawShipping
Shipping ShSp ping game in trunks tnmk s butter boxes boxeslor boxesor boxesor
I lor or egg cases ces concealing co aUng it among other othergoods tDffgoods othergoods
goods marking it butter dressed dressedpoultry drmaedI ed edI
I poultry or household goods ad addressing a4JdTessfag adthesstag ¬
dressing it with a tag made specially to tobide toitti
JdTessfag 1 bide itti tbe shippers came and statement statementof
of contents or resorting to any D other otherdevice otherdeYice other1devlee
1devlee device to conceal tae nature of t the sh ship shipIme siripIment > p pffleat
Ime Iment ffleat t are all evasions of the law and andsubject aI1deub andsubect
subject eub ect the sbpp shpp4 to the same penalties penaltiesas penaltiesjSS
jSS as for its direct violation False mark marking marking marktog ¬
ing of packages is treated as a serious seriousoffense seriouslofTeaae seriousi
lofTeaae i offense ofTense under some State laws and is ispunishable Ispuuishable Ispunishable
punishable by special penalties penaltiesProtection penaltiesProtect1oJ penaltiesProtection
Protection of Deer DeerFoui DeerFoui DeerFourfifths
Foui Fourfifths > fiftbs of all the States and Ter Territories Terntmies Tarritorles ¬
ritories prohibit pro lblt export of deer at any anyseason aDYIseu anyseastn
season n al all those in which quail occur occurexcept oecur1 oecur1exeept oeesrxcapt
except three in the South prohibit ex exports enports ¬
ports of these birds at nil fl seasons aDd aadpractically aDdpract sadpractically
practically pract teally each eac State where prairie prairiechickens prairieIchieken8 prairiechlckdne
chickens are found prohibits their ex exporC exf oxt
f porC p t As a result resultIt of these restrictions restrictionsit
it is almost amo impossible In the West u usbip U toship > I Iship
ship quail or prairie chickens to ma inar inarket mar j jket I Iet
ket et owteRte of the State without Ut violet violetlog I Iing
log utg haute some law JawRobins lawRobins ViolatI j
Robins swallows cedar birds mead meh4owlarke i iowlarks
owlarks ow l rks flickers fticlte rs night hawks haw ItS or bull bulltit bullbate t I Ihats
hats tit and a few other insectivorous inseetvor U6 spe species speI ¬
I cies des as l s well as such ch birds as s long 10BK1 longI i ispears
f spears snow buntings ad shore larks larkswhich larkswhich j jwhich
which are useful u fUl in destroying seeds seedsweeds cf cfweeds ofweeds
weeds are occasionally killed as game gameThey pmeThey gameThey
They are however generally protected protectedaad protectedaad protectedatid
aad under no cireurastaR 2f should they theybe theybe theybe
be sent to market or shipped shiPi ad out ofjtfce ofjtfceState eCtJte eCtJteState s jjhe jjheState
Song Bird BirdLavs Laws LawsStatutes j jStatutes I IStat
Statutes Stat tes even more Bl re stringent tbanj tbanjthese than thantltoseprotectiBg thanthose
these tltoseprotectiBg protecting game birds bkdahave have recent recently recently recently ¬
ly been enacted by many States for f r the thepreservation thepreservation j jpreservation
preservation of birds which are not te meluded hieluded j jeluded
eluded in the game list Under these t thesestatutes eestatutes j jstatutes
statutes birds which are in dwand d tJHln for formillinery flrnrlUloeryp formillinery
nrlUloeryp millinery purposes 1J08et are protectedthro protectedthroiih protectedthroiihthe jfa h hthe i ithe
the year sad the sale audi possession pos possessionas on onas j jas
as well as killing are prohibited prohibitedIt
It should be remembered that tie tieprincipal oeprlncipaJ teprincipal
principal centers for millinery supplies suppliesare
are nearly all located is States which whichhave wblckhave whichhave
have such laws > and the purchase of na native netive ¬
tive song birds as well as of herons heronspelicans herolUpelicans heronspelicans
pelicans gulls terns or sea ea swallows swallowsgrebes swallowsgrebes swallowsgrebes I
grebes t br r othe plume birds birds shouMix shouMixavoided sbouJdiavoided shouWiavoWed
avoided avoidedThe avoWedThe 1 1The
The shipment of these birds or any anypart an anypart I Ipart
part of their plumage plum e is prohibited by bythe ny nythe I
the provision of o tbe Federal laws Os Ostrich Ostrich Ostrich ¬
trich feathers are not subject 5ub ct to these theserestrictions thesereetrhtioDS theserestrictions
restrictions i
I I Food 1iOOdforthe 1iOOdfortheOld 7e 7e1iOOdforthe for theOld the theANHEUSERBUSCHS
i 1 mean nnx nnxIC
IC It is S a food in liquid form formeasily formeasily
easily assimilated by the theiweaKest theweaiesf
iweaKest stomach Produces Prodzwesappetites ProducesAll
appetites health and VigO VigOAI1heus igor igorI
Is I INCN IY i iIs octors aprove it itC
C 4s uPAnKuptG ii
All druggists sell it Prepared onl only b bSi lip lipi
i AI1heus AnheuserB rBuschBrewing usch Brewing Assn AssnSt
Si Louis U S A AreWerf A1Jrewers AiCWerS
1Jrewers reWerf of the famous Budwclscr Michelob MichelobBlacK MlchelobBIactI MichelobI
I BlacK BIactI d S Tan Faust F tust PaleLaecr Anhcuaer AnhcuaerStandard AnhcuierStandnd AnheunerS
S Standard Export Palo and ExquisIte Exquiitct Exquiitcto
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BINGHAMTON BINGHAMT N Y Aug 23 23George 23George
George J Gould of New York is isre isreported re reported reported ¬
ported to be planning to tosecure seeure control controlof controlof controlof
of all trout streams ip in Delaware and andadjacent andadjaeent andadjacent
adjacent counties and and1111 will operate them themueder t thetaunder l lu
under u tbe care and guardianship of ofsyndicate a asyndicate asyndicate
syndicate He has purchased treat treatstreams tr8ntstr troutstreams
streams str JlU around Hardenburgh HardenburghFor Hanhmburgh HanhmburghFor
For one hE paid paidSOO 900 for half a mile milefor lRileor stilefor
for or another itO for the same distance dtetauceaad dl8t8uceaDd distanceand
aDd a third cost him 800Ofor 1060 J ftorone or one and andonequarter aDdOD andonequarter
onequarter OD quarter miles It is said he made madethe ma madethe e ethe
the purchases pure a5efi on behalf of a wellknown wellknownNew wellknownNeW wellknownNew
New York fishing ftshln club clubI clu clubParker
I 1 Parker Bridget Co I
BERLIN Aug 29 Z9Pf5ti 29Pr President stleut nt Roost Roosevelts R Roostvelts t tveU ¬
velts veU reiteration of the Monroe Doctrino Doctrtnohas Doctrinohas Doctrinohas
has aroused attention here hereGermany hereoGermaay hereGermany
Germany would long ago have ham dealt dealtUHcereiBcnimisly deaitunccremcnitmsJy dealtuncoreincalnusly
UHcereiBcnimisly with Ven Venezuela > zucla as she sheonce sheonce sheonce
once did with Haiti when her claims for fordamage fordllJDagc fordamage
damage were much mu Ja less just justifilhle SP hie but butfor bu bufor lintfor
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pitiable suffering suffe ng and marking marl ingits its little body with offen offensive offenivesoiesand offenivesoies ¬
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How can parents look upon such little sufferers and not reproach reproachthemselves reproachthemselves reproachthemselves
themselves for bringing so much misery imcry into the world If you have haveany haveany haveany
any disease lurking in your system how can you you expect epe t well ell developed developedhealthy developedhealthy developedhealthy
healthy children Cleanse your own wn blood and build up your health and andyou andyou andyouhavenotonly
youhavenotonly you have not only enlarged enl ged your capacity for the enjoyment of the pleasures pleasuresof
of life but have discharged a duty all ll parents owe to posterity and made mademankind mademankind mademankind
mankind healthier and happier happierThere 11appierThere happierThere
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putting puttingtheni them on a course of S S S at once It Itis Itisa is isa isa
a purely vegetable medicine harmless in its effects and can be taken takenby takenbr takenby
by both old and young without fear r of any bad results resultsWrite resultsYrite riu1tsWrite
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