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PUBLICA PUBLICAT10N TION OFFICE Tenth and 0 Streets StreetsNew Streetsw
New w Public Buildings Needed Neededhe NeededThe
The he Goy Gov rnrent rnrnent Practices False Economy in Leasing LeasingFrom LeasingFrom
From Private Landlords LandlordsThe
The K Hewn CoIaaittH em PWIc Pmb ndWiap B dWh gs and Gr8U Grounds l HI juet j t r8perttd r8perttda
a bill 5xin fixiq at i s o tIIo Haut Ii apt fk a anew Hew b4 helae for tlMDtpartat tlMDtpartatof
of AgriQlJt1tHo 1a nOlI recofaeadiag tile ceMtIlKtien ef this buntHn building the com C8fDmittee committee
mittee para The I Washington Wa i ctoo TilHS tM compliment ef reprinting in fm11 fm11its 1111 1111its
its protest of tk tin WMb age against the pennywiN poUadf80Ush policyunder policy policyunder
under which t btltileeao of the Government is allowed continually to amt amtrun t trun
run the fadUtia fac litla f1ltJll fee its trauactioD trauactioDChairmaR trameactionChairman
Chairman > Kerter ener aM hit eolleapes cordially indorse The Timor cKtn cKtntion contention
tion that Ceacr Ceogreou Mld s provide each Government department with a build btdlding building
ing or buiWlap iD which l Its 1 work can be done with the maximum ef di diriency dirieney
riency aM ceafkt THy agree that tile present method of di dispersing pemng a asingle asingle
single depart departments 1Il1rrrc fetees under nier many roofs savors both of IhabbiDtM aDd aDdof andof
of false ay eaaomyAs eco ayA
A As The Times owed wed in its issue is uc of Dec Decombor mber 6 the Government now nowpay nowpays
pay pays as rent fer the many office ar other buildings it oooupie in whale or orin orin
in part 210 2roee H aouUy After Fobru February ry I 1903 it will be paying MoHO MoHOTbe s6ooeoThe
The walttf1l1RMI waetsfvh es of f tlli this centributien t9 the PUISOI If private landlords Jandlordsis
is evident TIM Federal Treal Treasury ry can borrow money any day at a rate of ofiJ1tereJt ofinterest
interest as low as two per cent Calculated on that ba basis is the capital repre represented represented
sented by the Governments annul rent outlay would be 13009 13009That 13000eQ 13000eQThat
That lea weld construct and equip 1tip from six to eight new public build buildings buildings
ings rellevi rellevias the pr8llHre and cenge congestion tien now felt in all braD branches e of f the thesenice theservice
service and ftttiDg ApprOpriately into that general scheme of beautifioatiollr beautifioatiollralong beautifioatiog beautifioatiogalong
along whose Ihu Itnee 1 Washington is te grow into a worlds capital of SUrpa surpassing surpassingattractiveneee iDg iDgaUraeUnDeM
aUraeUnDeM aUraeUnDeMEvery attractiveneeeEvery
Every CG8 oeneideratidn ieraUn of dignity of economy and of business judgm judgment judgmenturges Dt Dturges
urges tile wectien erectionfor foe each department of a habita habitationbeautiful onbMutif1t1 ia design d88ignauc1 designand
and ample 18 aOlOmmed aasommedatieniwbieh Uenwhich it may truly call its own The handtomouth hand handtomouth
tomouth Ipetkod If sI and costly leases new inuring to the preftt of a afew afew
few real estate ate hoIdersr holders is unworthy of a rick and powerful nation natfoDIt nationIt
It may ay commend itself t9 a clique of local interestsr interests bent en extracting extractfngextrav3ant extractingextravagant
extrav3ant extravagant rental from the Federal Treasury But it cannot appeal te tepublic topublic
public pride 9r to enlightened sentiment for it sacrifices the interest of ofmany ofmany
many to the interests of the few It hampers progress It blocks the road to tothe tothe
the J7iatriets Di8t S true 18sin business aDd artistic development developmentAs
As a catalV capital Washington Shl o needs above all things some new and adeq adequate adequatedepartment ate atedepartmut
department buildings Tile c construction nstrucl en of a new home for the Department of ofAgriculture ofAgriculture
Agriculture Is a belated step in the right direction It should be fsHowed fsHowedby fellowedby
by the erection ef at least three other buildings fo house the DIaRY depart department department
ment bureaus new forced t8 depend on the costly hospitality of privatelandlords private privateIandlordc
The New Ftead1ItMltuaIConsclk French aI tltUI COi16elb i Law and fi Ili Its Praeticlll PracticaIWorki Worki
Those who behove he that the faelUu faelUufor fdUtINlr
for ubUlDl1II dl divaroe ale aktIIMIT too toonUrnQOU8 toonumerous
numerous In the UDtt 13eltod Stat Statiedall7 States and andespecially
especially > iedall7 o in certain sections oC tb tbRquhll the theRcpuhtle
Rquhll view with eo8e ll Ute favor faYOr8C101de4 favoraccorded
accorded In I Yrtala rtala elrc otreles w Ute pre pref pre prepr
pr sed f 1 movement In favor or a JMltaal JMltaalonlWnt asmtwlconsent
consent amendment dmeat to cite Mlq Mlqlaw exlsitngla
law la M s sProposals
lawproposal proposal toward that ed law w their theirorlylo theirorigin
origin In the new French Jaw OIl divorce divorcevhi yoree yoreehil
vhi hil h provides Inter alia tar the sever severing r
1111 of the marn marriage Ue la tile see c cn ofnra
n nra 1 and women who and a their Hilda Hildalrkaomf beadirksome
irksome > and who desire r reuse from u utl8 thetle
tl8 or marriage The uew Preach Jaw Jawd w wdeclares
d declares lnr that tb the mutual eftr cement t c the tbelrtlts theparis
paris I is eumeient proof that u their lr IUe IUetORf lit littone
tone h her > r I Is Insupportble sad t there tlterexlst thererxlets
rxlets xlst betn them a perossr I ea eator cause causefor
for divorce lihorcerrtala divorcer
rrtala r rtale rtltr1elioDtI are re attached 18 18this Nthis
this furaordlnary a441Uoa to tM new aewjI neww
jI w tiff inatlon atlon according to 0 Preach JPreaelif Preachview
f view for nIpturlDg ale marriage bead boIIdIt beadIr
It Is provtd proytcl4d d for xalllple that DO 11 11bnd has hasbend
bend under twtotythe years of age aDd aDdIu sadLu
Iu life i e whose a age I la lea than t twenty twatThJIJ twentyon
on shall hJIJ be qualtned to avail 11 tbemaelvea tbemaelveaof
of th mutual coolant lIOIatio 0 their OleArJlrohlm theirprohlem
Jlrohlm Moreonr th those whoa mar martial
tial 11 < 1 life bee not reached two ytaara aM andurbs
urbs > 1 brs rs who bare ha of lived la wodleck 1Mk for tort1ltn fortwenty I
t1ltn twenty years are alike dated tIUI right alto rightto i
to b I VI the new law ppI1ed to their tbelrDartal theirn I
n Dartal aritat difficulties difficultiesA dlcultl dlcultlIU
A still IU stranger exception Is mode ID IDth fnthe
th the causg 880 of wives who are over forty tort71he fortyfire
fire yrara of r ace p probably as Ole u aseum ulIumptloD
eum lIumptloD tion that women ot that a s We not DOlnt notant
ant nt i i jd i d to have a aased W ID tIM themarriage tIMJl13rrlace
marriage market What t0 t may people peoplewill
will 11 J doubtless a seem U th IIMt fantastic faalaatlcof
of all tII the lcuUar feaeeasof of tile DeW DeWIDflSUre newmeasure
measure 1a the cla clause whisk readers readersthe r8Ddentbt
the production of pUalaeer1 4WicleDce 4WicleDceof evidence evidenceof
of the 1 he eO consent Dt ot the pareats f both bothapflllcaDts bothappitcaats
apflllcaDts ImPfrath before UN petlttoa petlttoator peUtloafor
for divorce Is ooDSt4l4oNcl A prooa of oftbat ofthat
that Dilt nature 1 is calculated to I lead to the thetorratloD theforratiun
torratloD of a croup c profoalonal profoalonalparents 4IMIoDaI 4IMIoDaIpalfonl
parents who will 111 for a eoaaldrattea eoaaldratteaplay tI tIplaT
plaT the necessary parental parts paItaWhat partsWhat
What those In haste to be Iwree a and andwedded 4 4Wfddd
Wfddd u other mt mates win rJ11W4 ro u a aserious aserious
serious drawback to the at consent eoaaeatprovision consentprovision
provision I the problblU prohlbitlea of tM tMdale mar marrlsge
dale ot either prt party within three 7 7In years yearsIii
In the Public eve IleMiss
Miss Mildred Hewed B Mellor r of ofWimam ofWilliam
William Dean Bow Hwefis hu drawn the tbe1i1fDS thedeslgns
deslgns 1i1fDS for a wWet calendar H which whJekar whichare
ar are In color Quo Quotations tress auori autborlties auoriH
H ties II on whist and authors who wllorlltD have havewrItIta
wrItIta rlltD about the gams aceGlDpa aceGlDpathe aooompnay aooompnaythe
the drawla drawlaA drawings drawingsA
A OaJaaboroulCh consisting et por portral18 portraits
traits of t the e painters two diaglites diagliteswas ptanI ptanIwas
was MId not t Joo long < ago in n Londo to 1UI 1UIUnk anunknown
Unk unknown owll psrcbascr rchasr for 28400 I Is lilt JatIt liltft
It was MIld for If IfHamliD isi 5 5Hamlla
HamliD Orl 111 j is fipo npendinr DI t1lr wlnt wing wingin r rIn
In Nw York iol arI i j at t work on a aeries aeriesof rIlell rIlelloC
oC snort IitOri stories dealing with the Ameli AmeliClOD American
ClOD indian
fro Ute date ffl Ute dYore dtvorOI Should 111 1111OroM divorowl
1OroM ltWHIIII desire to r reeerry 1y each eachether cia ciaotHr
ether tHy are barred Lr freaa doing g 110 If Ifon nOs
on Os Dr them MIl la tH latenal been IIM1w beenwedded
w wedded to a third
party and obtained a aNeON asecond
NeON dtvoroe dtvoroeWhea dtvoroeWhea
Whea a disgruntled eoeapl reecho to toHt 1
be Ht fr free e by the mut mutual oeoeeat t pro proviso
TJIIo tHy are Arat asked to DtIr make as la laytory Inventory
ytory of their satire tire poeeobna 10 real realaDd realand
aDd personal ad dlaU
dlsUngasb IH their r8 r8apeettve respective
apeettve right Ttt Thea Collow follows a Mate Ittatet Matemeat
meat t or bow they intend t to d dtopae oC oCOle ofthe I
Ole children 9C the maMage rrta wMr where Ute Utewire thewife
wire shall MII rw until the application applicationis ppllca OQ OQPHHd
is PHHd upon OII and what amount or aU aUy allmony
mony y tile husband 8d all par during u uIDterval theinterval
interval 8I1eJd tile lady sot herMit
HYe mesas of supportThese support supportTHMe
These prIrl aceompu aec mpllsbed the t1Mpplleaau theapplicants
applicants are obliged to appear t tbefo together togetherbefore
befo before tIN president oC the district civil etnecMIrt civilsour
ecMIrt sour and make lie deelaratlolUl of t their elrair de desires
air sires I to Ute IMt1H8e4 of two Ia lawyer lawyerbrought W CS CSbrokt
brought lIy tIN IHlU parties TIM judge judgesballl
sballl 11 male ke to ch ID t the proe ef efllH ofthe
the > two motor tarl
such ru aDd 8JI 8JIbortat oxlactatleas
lactatleas bortat u maT Meat to him 111 aPltre appreprlate aPltreprlat
prlate prlat shall II rd to them the chapter eNIMoe <
oe the code relating to the efteeta or orclloree ofdivorce
divorce and alwnw t ia the comegn COIIMCIuaoea COIIMCIuaoeaot aoe aoeof
ot their Msp MspEboaid at atI
Eboaid kI the judicial homily lIT Dot turn UtmI turnthe
the aabappy petitioner from their per perpose
pose tMY an 1 required to Ae with the tbeI thelawyerrs
JaW7en tM cerUloat rerUl of t1t 6r births birthsand blrthtllid
lid or their marriage tIM certUleat certUleati certllkates certllkatesof
or u ih births sad death at their eWI eWIdr ebiidre
dr dre Ie any and tIM declarations eeUoa of ofI oftheir
their parents or sraadpar18 It living IITlagtetUID livingtestifying
tetUID testifying that the application I Is con conHIIt6cl consented
HIIt6cl t to The declarations decharat have to be bermewed berenewed
renewed within the IrK fortnight or orI ofcash
I cash oC the fourth aeventh tll Del loath tUaI loathfollowing
I following IIMIttM the wife I to the theI meam meamtlae
I tI tlae having retired within tWty tWtyIaoura twentyfour twentyfourlours
Iaoura ef Ute filing of ON Brat appUca appllcatten appUcaUeb
Ueb to the house alreacl already allr agreed upon uponEoaeths poD poDU
Eoaeths U during the Ant two weeks wMIlaa weeksafter
a the expiration or tW twelve y months JDODoCM monthsthe
CM appllettu attended by two frlea frleaboUt friends friendsbout
boUt wolf known In I the nelJ neighborhood neighborhoodand lattorbood lattorboodBODe
and BODe of them lees Uta than aft7 yean ot otl ofage
age must l again D appear P In court Should ShouldtJtelr Shouldtheir
their previous tIon De DetalDed mala malatshad
talDed u Lb cleelaratl declaration etc allan allant be belest
lest t by Ute district judge to the city or ortAna ortown
town eeescil ee HlI for or Seal 1UaUOKw
York 11 11IlUnconsldered Press PressUnconsideretl
IlUnconsldered Trines TrinesIn
In the Happy H1IntiugGround H1IntiugGroundIt
It was after the TkaakaIJIIIDg dl dinner dinnerand
8 and Ute shade of the turkey had JaadIlr just justbeen
been Ilr Intredwcd to tb the il4e shad 9C Ute Uteeeck pea peacock
cock Mrn served at a n Remaa banquet MllqllfiD MllqllfiI fM fMA
I Ar Me said lei tM peacock eeek eeektaU hew hewfahteas
taU fahteas MV have Ha obaagedi obaagediIn I IJ
J In what respect Mk asked the turkey btrk81tiMidly turkeytmldlr
tiMidly tmldlrWhy
Why hr wbe when I appeared gar society 1 1WM Iwas
WM meet t beantlfmil UtU dr dressed In troll utllag trolllag
lag r robes ell eC II plumage yea yeaare also ey eyyou
you are draed 1 but the druoMg tIT Aegis Aegis1Mt 4HIIAet
Aet appear appearYet 1 1YM
YM said ae turkey proudly Ute Utebeys theboys
boys dW see It was out oC sight WeN WeNyou Wereyou
you atea1 atea1Ne eaten eatenNo
Ne aid the peacock sadly
IUS Ie the dWn e Ute far farmers day A struggle hotyooa be beU
crF T U t tyooa tile urban and OM rural population ot the theeotUIbr theeouatry
eotUIbr eouatry It I ID Ute 1IUUve Ia population population the two twot twoelements
elements sre about t equally lIy divided While they are half and andaaerleall andhalf
half numerlaliy aaerleall 1 is wealth there is I tM widest divergence dlnrgeneeIM divergenceThe
IM total wealth of 1 the country Iu estimated at 8IHOotO 8IHOotOor 51000010
111 or this Ht jJ0014CCLOt0 1Ct0l0 Is In Ute uD 8 of the rural ruralpopulation ruralpopulation
population or J less in oaeourth o of Ute total wealth lth ot otthe ofthe
the country Tllla Inequality did net t always exl exist t Prior Priorto Priorto
to Ute civil war wealth was AS measurably abet equally dl dlY1c19d dlldd
Y1c19d The NJMItloa began with the Imposition ot the high hightAlli hightcrtif
tAlli and Dd Ute adoption or the lend great stem which In InalDlOSt inalmost
almost ODe generation developed e aD area equal In produc producthe productive
the capacity to that which Zedutred tred In the But several secraleenlrhs severalcenturies
centuries t to prodeoe prodeoeTle prod prodTIa
TIa one made the farmer < lr at the hl highest he t prices prlooswhll priceswhite
white whll the ether made hNt Mil ILt the lowe l Millions ot otacr ofacres
acr acres er cheap land I la A few w yr began san furnishing the theOrkl theworld
world Orkl bresdatutfs and as It did 110 the value alt1e oC every acre acreot acreof
ot rter farm lend was colre8J correspondingly OlMllasJy ImpAired and andeMal andeheapcaet
eMal eheapcaet With the tart MI one aWe a an enemy and andthe nd nd1M
1M c cheep p sni J OD Ow other aa a moose ee It was not long longnt longuntil
until nt MOIl money ateklag klas laft aeat low lowod eastward AgrlcuI AgrlcuItAtre Agriculture
tAtre had I Ha rendered aaprofttAhle aaprofttAhleYr naprodtableYear
Yr after r1 the land was rapidlY rapidly taken lip Even EvenUte Eventuahy
tuahy Ute entire Ur supply was XMUtltttd With this oxhau oxhaustiea oxhauUo
Uo came a alo slow but sra gradual l rise I In the price of cereals cereaJsThI cerealsDemand
ThI and now toUo follows awlm swiftly on the bl heels or supply No NoloDe Nolonger
loDe longer dee a vaat IIt surplus taro the country la the faee to toIll toOil
Ill OIttilrd bound alai ships Nature Is restoring t1l the equilibrium equIJlbriumThe equilibriumThe
The two cause ea enumerated raUd put alPHlIlllirO for many mnnyyn manyyears
yn at a disadvantage Low prices prevail prevailed aDd th there therewas re relittle
was little or 1M enoonrapemeat CCMlra l to engage la fanning farmingWhen fanningeo
When eo u Ja lands west t oC Indiana were opened for set 86ttHir setthement
thement their development Io1 aaMt w was unequaled by reason oc the thereadiness
141 readiness a and ease with which smooth unlnccm unincumbered ared fer ferUle ferule
Ule prairie IM1drl ud I plow Melds w or the West could 9111d be put In n natate astate
state at ealllYaUoa least at at this region centuries had been boenelI beenooawmed
ooawmed elI in tma tciUag tre trees pubC sad dral8lB draining to get lands landsla landsfa
la e eaedltlen UIH for remunerative ban harvests Wet of this dlld dlldlag dividlog
lag Ua lies the farmer WIle able to do Oft the prairies lands landsreally landsready
really for Ute plow Ute Ant season more than the farmer fannerMet farmereast
Met or It bad beet a able to do In deed decades Immense areas areasof areasof
of tJttt prairie laud were soon under cultivation From thom thomca themcame
ca came a deJ deluge or sri grain that peered over t the old States and andrope andeurope
europe rope rrte were ere Mattered and agriculture In n the old oJdrales oldeta
tea almost ne neBelt ruined ruinedBat
rales eta
Belt once MOl more price al are reaching their old level There Thereare Thereare
are praetleallp raeUl se more 111110 Jan to fall an book ok upon Grain GratnwUl Grainwill
will r remain alp TIle farmer will take the prate 10 the thewer theworld
world wer for which M was lIHtJa destined and once Ree did oceupy oceupyIt oceupyIf
It Ute leads w west 0 hi Isdiaao had been eovered with withtimber lth lthtim
timber tim and Hd dad the same Impediments to their develop
ment went that oxlaled on the laRd < east et the aJl dtrktlag tUaK tUaKyou line lineyou
you can Imagine how slow the development wonis hI hIblten have havebeen
been The area roo ef cultivated Jall4 lands would probably today tOllarbae todayhay
bae hay a extended but little Il of the Mississippi River Too Tooday To Today
day we would ould Rot have bad mere tJIa than 111141 people peopleour ttad ttadour
our railroads rnltre d would net have measured tired 1M 1141191 mi1M J I Ilength 1length
length lengthTho lengthThe
The period ol depr8 depression I9B hem passed 1t Reosotty lr J J JHilt
Hilt pr08hlot ef the Great Northern Railway CoDapaIQ de dedar4ld do doclar
dar4ld clar d that The he supply ot public laRd was JKaeUeall ex exn exnsusted
n nsusted ustod and that there VAS need for reforming Ute tar tarp tarpHo III IIIHe
He realized the truth as tJIe the wl1ol whole oeuatry try meet at atenrJy sa saearly
early day dayThe dayThe
The prices or agricultural products wilt never ver a ala ran ranto fallto
to a low level CltpltaUsts aware ot the situation ar are DOW DOWnachlng nowreaching
reaching out to buy farm la lands e They knew there is DO DOMfcr nosafer
safer or batter investment Land cannot nnot burn rn den Titer TiterIs Thereis
Is no clement ot rIsk In holding It It This 1nvotmeat lave tmeat has hastaken hactakon
taken money by the millions away from New h York It will willnot willnot
not return III the same volume as heretofore New Tork Torkllnanolal Yorks Yorksfinancial
financial stringency Is largely explained by y tile laet ut utnot listnot
not only New York hut Chicago Ie dlsket HII Out la To Topoka Topoka
poka Kan a nowspaper dillpateh the other liar Je1at Je1atthat related relatedthat
that there Is a modified stringency such as now offsets offsetsthe NtH NtHthe
the two large clth cities s named out there Money Is going g O1t orrtto O1tto
to Kansas Into trm arm lands JandsThe landsThe
The era ot whilom cheep grain will never refers The TheEastern TheEastern
Eastern fellows for many years favored by 41 class JegJIIla JegJIIlatlon leglelation
tlon no longer have the advantage advaatagoIn
In time an Intto intense H feeling betw botwees t eNrNa urban and Ute therural Uterural
rural population may develop The nrallet will be bead responsible re responsible
sponsible for or prlee that will 111 be SIx fixed by natural ea eaand causes causesand
and nol by oomlfl combinations tlons as Will probably be Mars MarsThe ebarged ebargedThe
The change the cause ot the stringency et tedsy y means meansa n na
a rodlstrlliutlon o of the worlds wealth That ta taken ea frOUl frOUltho from fromthe
the agriculturist bydlBcrimlnaUag by discriminating J6ghslaU legislation ad acts actawill actswill
will return to him through the operation of natural laws lawsThe lawsThe
The time may not bo far dl distant when the JIII will willwant 111 111want
want to go to South AmerlM In Instead td 9t Kansas sad Xe Xebraska Ne Nebraska
braska for Us hoof ItHfWitb hoofWith
With this change will probably come omo repreeatativea repr ft8 eC ofagriculture eCagrIoultule
agriculture In Congress Now there Is ae Ia other oUwrcountries othercountries
countries where it has not ltUIered through CHll odious laws 1WSIt lawsit
It has been a prominent force ln lgi legislation laU Fraa Franee baa baaIts hamits
Its agrle agricultural 1t1lral section in the akalRher ot deputies beaded 1MNadeliy beadedby
y the fearless s Mellu The eJeMnt under 111 his leadership 1ehlpbas leadershiphas
bas become a L domln dominating aUng force In that body Ia Germa Germatho Germany Germanythe
the A Agrariaus nrliI1 arc active alert aggr8fJ8l aggressive aDd tJrel tireless The T1HtUnited TheUnited
United Stairs Stairil In lime will sea their power 18 tal4HlRc tal4HlRcduplicated lagemosduplicated
duplicated In this country c01lntryAs countryAs
As a re result lt of Ute prominent and pregre progressive MTe poiIlen er ofagriculture eragrlaultHre
agriculture la Fran France the wealth ea1Lb th there < e Is 1 about equally equallydistributed
distributed between the urban and Ute rural cia classes
Filterioc Filterio g the x Society of the Egyptian Court Court at CairoAbbas Pasha Encounters Much OppositionIal OppositionIalhm 0ppi 0ppiIan os t to
hm C Cafrt Urt Also BecomlogMore Becoming More ExclusiveoPr n eSHohenberg Emerging From Jier Her Retirement RetirementLong etirementLORI
LORI Terms of Service in MinistriesGerman Interest in American mericnn Banking
Reforming Ute CHrt at Cairo CairoTourleta CairnTourists
Tourists w who e visit Egypt this Ier rtnterwilt Ierwill
will expad expedesos a pod deal of dlly dimwltyin
18 securing ac ln11UOIItI to the Khedlvlal KhedlvlalbaJis lrhedtvlalballs
balls IIINI entertal1lllleDt For AbbasPasha Abbas AbbasPaMa
Pasha the ruler of the laud of the Nil Nilwho Nile Nilewho
who wu educated wholly bo1l7 at VI Vienna Is Isbeeomlag
bMom1ag more aDd MOre exclusive and andI andpossessing
possessing a much more utelaal extensive 80 80qunlataace sogmaletance
I qunlataace u than either titer oC his 11 two prod predI prodeesors
I eeon concerning Ute social atat status aDd aDdI andautecideute
I autecideute a tecl1le u o of foreign visitors mak maktkreol makes makesuse
use thereof to close h his doors to tJao those thosewho e
who be beU believes would not be admitted admludeither admittedeither
either to court or the beat society In their theirown theirown
own RatiTe land landThItI landThis
This of course I le giving rI rise to a great grtcleal greatdeal
deal 01 grumbling bllq and disappointment 011 011the onthe
the part of those who are the Mb subjects ta ef efthe ofthe
the uoCrtea unfriendly ly bcrlIUoa 9C Ute Kbe KbedlY Kb Kbdive
dlY dive and I bear that this bM been par partlcallir particularly
tlcallir martllld ID connection with tile tilefetea thefetes
fetes p given Ia honor oC Ute recent visit visitof nettoC
oC the Duke and 1 0 Conmeugbt ht to toUte tothe
Ute Egyptian capital capitalA
A Wonderfully Mixed Assembly ANembIyIn
In for former U times the KJaedh1a1 court CMIrtw courtwas
w was Ute meetag tI ground ot aae 9C tile themost tilemoat
moat Unsavory people In all Europe The TheChrtat14lIJ TheChristians
Christians Rho bo lolllMJd part or Ute KIM KIMdh11 Kh Khdivial
dh11 entourage wr were men 9C Ute shadiest abadtIIDtecedeata shadiestantecedent
IIDtecedeata antecedent while their wk1 woaenklud were wreen wereeven
even en worse Indeed things racked such auclaa
a p pe a that whenever a foreign diplomat dlplO1Datman1ecl diplomatmarried
married a lady with a put a and who wall wallnck wasas
as such barred from any Jluropean court courtJae courthe
Jae wu at once sent to Cairo the doreno doyeuneof
0 the diplomatic oor corps for a time being belDga
a de demo who bad eloped with the son of oftbe ofthe
the prime minister or ODe or the smaller amaUeIstate smallerstates
state or Europe whom she had married marriedafter marriedafter
after site had bees divorced from her Ant AnthbaDcl thathusband
husband ID a rather uo1 manner maalHNla mannerIn
la tact the late lAdy CrOlDft OM of the tbeIDOIIt themost
most charming and lovable oC women WOIDet1otteo womenoften
often found herself brought Into contact eoalaclwtCJa contactwith
with lllaropeaD women enjoying lIB o IeIal IeIalpoattloR oheiatposition
position at Cairo bat whom she would woulder wouldnever
never er hav have permitted to cross her kerU1re herthreshold
U1re threshold Old I n BDJud BagluadItaly r rItaly
Italy and Egypt Are New Exclusive Excl1t8iveAll ExclusiveAll
All this la changed now aDd or late Jat41tile latethe
tile Khedhlal Kbtd al court baa become to ex excJhe exclusive
cJhe that It baa ceased to be tM tMhappy thehappy
happy hunting around of all that wu wuqneetlouable wasgneetionabhe
qneetlouable la t ometal u a well wellID am amin
ID Ue social circle DC hrope hropeT IturopeTho
T Tho Italian court which was formerly formerlyery formerlyvery
very ery accessible also hu IIk8ll1 likewise be beeoJDe become
come a good deal 1 more ercIWlIYe sepe seped pe pecla1lr
d cla1lr wily with regard to rorllD foreigners ra then thenI thanIn
I In tM days ot ICing nLJIbert aDd or hi hitat his hisfather
tat er Invitations are DOW a Mood deal dealore dealmore
more ore tlUleult to obtalD ad more ar ar1nP7 sparingly
1nP7 distributed the foreign eftvo eftvobelq eavoys eavoysbeing
being required to vouch personally for foro forthe
o social etaadl standing or those oC their lhelrCOtIotryaaeA theircountrymen
countrymen who are admitted Indeed I1ldeedt1M Indeedthe
the only e courts arta of the Old World where whereCorelgaera wheretoretignen
Corelgaera a are still Ult welcomed wit without withoutbeing out outbeI
beI being bJec subjected to tee sever a acruUn acruUnAU scrutiny scrutinyare
AU Un those ot Athens tM where by reason reanItC reasonof
ItC the fierce political jealousies of hi hiMllafect his hissubjet
Mllafect King George I Is o obliged U ed to 4e 4ed dopond
d entirely tlra1y upo upon tM society octOI octOIpen of for foreigners
eigners pen W whoa he dispenses hospitality JaopllallCrand
and Belgrade and 8ofta especially Del Belpade Delgrade
grade where Indeed King Alexander and andr
his consort Queen Draga are grateCul grateCulfor gratetutfar
for any token ot respect and ooneldera oonelderatin oonslderatfon
tin tho shown to them by foreign visitors vlsllorsA
A Princcssof Doubtful Rank RankPrin RankPrincess
Prin Princess HuheDoorg the consort oC oCArch4uke ofArchduke
Archduke Francis Ferdinand hell a appar appareat pt1I pt1IeDl
eat to the AuslroHungarIan throne thronebase thronewhose
whose base marriage Is regarded a8 morgan morganaUc morganatic
aUc In Austria and as rullfledged In InHungary inHungary
Hungary Js gradually emerging trom tromtbat from fromthat
that background and retirement In n which whlohIIhe whichshe
she kept herself during the earlier period periodor
or her marriage For although she bas basDOL basnot
not yet appeared at court at VIenna VIenna81Bce Viennasince
since her anion to the archduke yet yetshe tt ttaile
she has begun to accompany him when whenh whenhe
h he makes stays with royal and Imperial ImperialperMlnllg imperialpersonages
personages abroad abroadTIulS abroadThus
Thus the archduke and the princess prlnceesbave princesshave
have Just spent pent a week with the German GermanKalsrlo GermanKalgerlns
Kalsrlo only brother and his wile wilethe wifethe
the Duke and Duchess ot SchlHwlg SchlHwlgHelstelo SebleewigHolsteln
Helstelo at Prlnkenau and not In n any anyNay anyway
Nay incognito For the archduke aDd aDdhit andhis
hit wife were attended by a large suite suiteIBoJu4hig suiteInoluding
IBoJu4hig his new chief of the household housoholdDaron householdBaron
Baron Rumersklrch This Is s only one of oferl ofa
a series erl of visits In which the archduke archdukebas archdukehas
bas been accompanied by his wile the theprIDc theprincess
prIDc princess aDd while It does not moan m08Uthat moanthat
that she he Is ro recognized gnlzed abroad a8 an anarcbduche anarchduchess
archduchess or as a fullfledged prince princeof princess princessof
of the ImperIal house yet It indicates In41eateethat indicatesthat
that she DO longer proposes to maintain malntalRtltAt maintainthat
that reserve and socius seclusion Ion which char charactorhed characterized
actorhed he attitude during the Drat DrataDd firstand
aDd second year ot her marriage marriageMay marriageMay
May Prove a Political I Power PowerThe PowerThe
The princess Is a wondertQly clover cJeverwoman cloverwoman
woman whoso InOuonco over her bus husbaRd busbond
baRd Is unbounded and being extremely extremelyambitious extremelyambitious
ambitious and possessed with a pro proIHMIDced pronounoed
IHMIDced taste for politics she 18 ex expeeted oxpeeted
peeted by the loading state statesmen men not notooly notonly
only In Austria bUt also abroad to play playa i ia
a very Important role In the future futurodtlDles futuredestinies
destinies ot the AustroHungarlan em empire empire
pire It 18 perhaps because this Is reeogahed reeog reeogDbed
Dbed that foreign royalties arc begin beglnDI beginning
DI ning to concede to hoe an amount of at atteatlon attentien
teatlon and 14 deference Dot usually ae aeeordttd accorded
corded to morganatic wi wives wivesThe V68 V68Tile
Tile princess rlncls who 18 by birth a Ceun Ceunte Ceunteas
te Chotek has a Bn by the archduke arohdukeaod archdukeand
and there are many especially In Hun Hungary Hungary
gary who are ot the opinion that this thisboy thisboy
boy may somo day become a rlv1 1 ot her herDepbew hernephew
nephew young Archduke Chari Charles os lJan 1rancfa lJancia
cia eldest l son ot Archduke Otto for Corthe forthe
the throne Il not of Austria at an any rate rateot rateof
ot Hungary Indeed Archduke Charles CharleFrancis CharlesFrancis
Francis ow w n boy at fifteen who has hasbeen hasbeen
been eu oducmted led at the public grammar grammaraehools grammarschools
schools of Vienna sitting beside the song 800Sot songof
ot petty shopkeepers and oC working workingpeopl workingpeople
people In the most democratic fashion Ie Ieregarded isregarded
regarded by the Inhabitants of the Aus Austrian Austrian
trian metropolis with a more than ordi ordinary ordinary
nary amount or Interest because It Is Isgenorally Isgenerally
generally bolleved his succession to the thethrone I Ithrono
throne may be contested al an any ralo In inthe
the Magyar portion or the empire empireA
A QUArterCentury Term of Office OfficeDaron OfficeBaron
Baron von iJn model has Just celebrated celebratedal
al Munich the twentyfirth anniversary anniversaryat
at his appoIntment to the post Of minis
tar of ADIlM ot Bavaria which hick lie lieheld has hasheld
held for a quarter or a century without wttlMhtlaRr withoutany
any interruption what whatsoever ever nIB pre prolonged
longed aDd undisturbed tenure o a cab cabInet
laet om Is al almost t unique In the annals annalsof
of the constitutional htory oC Europe Europethe Burepetke
the only other instances being that or ortbe ofthe
the late Prln Blsmarck IH was pre pre premier
mler or Prussia for twentyeight yearand yrs
and that or Baron von WelMraMI WelMraMIthe Weisersheimb Weisersheimbthe
the Austrian minister ot nad Lleeal nal de defense lie lietoBH
toBH fense who lia has held office tr about aHuttWOlllYJSlx abouttwontypax
tWOlllYJSlx yean But iD th these e two ia iastaaef instances
stances the ministers were kept In lice liceby 1Seeby
by their respective sovereigns Irpeo Irpeotlve Irrespective
tlve or the wishes of parliament and a aagenls as asagents
agents ot the throe rather than C the thelegltaJture thelegislature
legislature whereas Baron TOIl Riedel Riedelwho Riedelwho
who baa reorganized the entire thlaaelal thlaaelalsytem aanclalsystem
system ot Danrla ba has r8lB81M11ft remained la of ofAce offlee
Ace throughout with tile sanction and alKlgood andgood
good will and the COBAcleoce or the DB Bavarian i iallaa
varian chambers CNU8bersKaisers chambersRaisers
Kaisers Envoy an American AmericanTb6 AmericanThe
The Kaiser Ita has been paytag a visit te tetile tothe
tile Duke of West at Staweotxltx stawe tutZ TM TMduks Theduke
duke Is the elder brothel ortkal of that Prince PTlneeHugo PrinceHugo
Hugo Hohenlohe WM ball bees for MID MIDtime some sometime
time put la thl this country and who has haaROl hasnow
now run over to Europe to spend the theCllrltm theChristmas
Cllrltm Christmas holidays with hi hie Prince PrtaeHuges PrinceHugea
Huges JIOIIIUcm here re baa cover been beentborogbly beenthoroughly
thoroughly ulMler understood tood His means are araample areample
ample to enabl enable hi him to dhtpe dispose with withthe withthe
the neeeNlly or workl working for allYl allYlaDd a living livingand
aDd It for the put few months he ba baooon has hasboon
ooon working with one ot 1h principal pcblctpalGermanAmerican principalGermanAmerican
GermanAmerican banking eatahllah eatahllahmoata estabishmonta
moata or New ew York It baa beeR without wlt1aoutII withoutpay
pay II and for ftO other purpose than ob obtalnlng obtalning
talnlng a thorough insight into Amen AmerlCaR Amencan
CaR bu81D business methods wld whisk according aC8ld1D1to
to Ido idese In hip quart quarters In Berlin 1lIa are arethe re retbe
the trim source of American Jrtaeu JrtaeuUlQUJSR gniataeesMUtQUISlt
I stand upon the summit or my y life lifeBehind ut utnohlnd
Behind tll the camp the court the Auld Auldthe W Wthe
the grove groveTbe groveThe
The battle and the lHtr bsrda a yael vest afar afarDey afarBeyond
Dey Beyond Bd these weary ways behold the theha theSea
ha haThe SeaThe
The sea oerllwept b by cloud and wIIMI wIIMIand winds windsand
and wings wingsDr wingsBy
Dr thoughts and wl8h wishes manifold whees wheesbreath wh whbrea
brea breath breathfa th thIs
Is freshness and whose mighty pulse II s speace In Inpeace
peace peacePaltor peacePaltor
Paltor no Que question Uon or the lMrIJ08R dim dimCut d dCut =
Cut Joe loose e the bark Such v veyag ag IIf IIfIs itaelfs
Is s re rot rotMajestic l l11aJUc
Majestic motion 1IRh uaimrpeded peded scope HepeA scopeA
A widening heaven a currl without withoutcare ltlMtlt ltlMtlto1re
care o1reEternity careEternity
Eternity DJIeraRC Deliverance pro promise source sourceTimetired fM fMTimetired
Timetired souls HIto solutethee lbM 11 free Ute hechore Uteahore
Drowalee Drowal Drew DrewSafe BrewsSafe
Safe SafeI
I wooer oler It there are any corpora corporations eerporalions
lions In heaven heavenOf r rOt
Ot course not Tbeyva so semis 1 to tothere pa pathere
thereOh there thereOb
Ob Add they cant be punished as asthe asthey
the they deserve either can they1 they
Statesmen and Their Ways t
Why Taft Declined DeclinedA
A year 1 age Setatter tor Haaaa saw ow Ute theOx UteIx
Ix he Weald be Ia WHa Ute rival rivalclaims
claims 0 Herrick sad IRON for tile 0Ide 0IdeoKDOrUtp OM OMgovernorship
governorship became aggfseetvs nt ntbarnataaeIIt TIavoid
avoid embarrassment Jae tried to induce induceJudge ae aeJ
J Judge William 1111 Taft Taft DOW governor enaor ofthe 0 0tile
tile Philippines tG return sad become becaIHUte becomethe
Ute candidate for gsvnrnor WIllOl Tie Hell Helltile pro proaeat4lj
aeat4lj tile proposition propoelUoatD so vigorously and andIn
tD sack attracU attractive ror form that for a at me memeat
meat t Ute colonial governor was a aIn swayed swayedIn
In M making 1D his decision be spoke of tM tMtaet thefact
fact that tINt public en engagements m ta for the tlter11 theremainder
r11 remainder Dr his llte I were already dla dlaJOtJeIIc dia diapoeeid
JOtJeIIc poeeid of He said that fee tile next two tworan tyreyears
ran hi his duty would boW hi him la the tltePlalll thePhilippines
Plalll Philippines Ploft and after that It was his taabtdou hisambition
ambition btdou te return to the bench It Itwell is iswell
well knows that J Judge Ibl Shires will ra remats
mats 1 00 the bench until Ouveraor GoYer aor Taft Taftbaa Tafthas
baa lashed heeI his work In tile Plamppl PlampplThu Philippines PhilippinesThen
Then the 0 Ohl 11IU will be oil red Ja JapJ hisplace
place pJ This prevented any Ooeriderstfon Ooeriderstfonof tIoo tIooot
ot tM urgent t solicitation of Mr Ji Jito linens linensto
to PI Judge Taft II tIN gubernatorial gubernatorialrues tor1 tor1ra
ra rues ruesHemenway
Hemenway for Gncrner GncrnerTlHt GevernerThe
The HH Ja James A Hwar willleave will willJoa1lt
leave Coasr Coagrer to boson governor of of1114I ofIndians
1114I Indians A somber b 0 Mr MrfrleJMla liemeawys liemeawysfriends
friends were I in Washington last IutaM week weekand
aM announced t the conclusion that they tilerad theyxrould
xrould ad Insist upon pr presenting M their tMIrrw theircandidate
candidate rw governor U the Represents Repr8HlltaU Representslive
U live Ia Coagretlll from Ole Jtnt district 4IIItr1ctThe districtThe
The subject hjeet of an this cHtN cHtNrlta dtseusston now nowmitt
rlta mitt that 1M will retire fro JqIa JqIa1auv legiativs
1auv tivs Ut and JD make e the race for lJOy lJOyerlMH guvocaor
erlMH ODe oC the reuo reasons which Impel Impelhim peI
111 him to d mp change his political condition eoacllUOIIthat is isthat
that hb cJ1 district ta 1 naturally a Demoeraatle Demo DnaocrMlc
crMlc OM aDd he maintains his pJa pJa1a pine pineis
1a Ooagr Congress eol only lIy deterl determtsod lights lightsHe lteL lteLH
H He aadhlly admits he 1a tired of a oaa oampeign oaap
p which never ends Another rea realtORaB4 reasonand
ltORaB4 It I Is one which lie win notadmit Mt MtIt
admit It ae having in anything to to with wlUatIiHt withthe
the metierla Uwta tile tact that lie will M Mb1 heLa
b1 position toe to cueteet aat for Senator tor tors 11ev 11everldgas
erldgas s M In tM upper branch ol olCeasr ofCoagrees
Ceasr The other candidate te for tile tileSeaawrs theSenators
Senators place Is Governor JNK DIar DIarA Burble BurbleA
A Fairbanks Movement MovementHemnemway t tHemeaway
Hemeaway Is o of tile Falr Falrbaah or organaUoD organization
ganaUoD 1 in Indices While 1M caD caDItdaey aaseae
Itdaey < for or pnrJlOr will be la Be Befactll asfactiool seae
factll It I recogalHt Itr aU Eoeders Eoedersthat H Ht1tat
that k he Sa OM ef u ablest 1Iam 1Iamla
la th the r regular It orgaabatloa orgaai atloa which wdelleompleter Is Iscompletely
completely ce controlled troUect br the senior Iei s Seastor sator
ator The Intention t lading oppoaI eppositiem oppoaIU
tiem U to Senator De1erWge p pprb11 lzwowr I Iprobably
probably entirely t1Nq apart from Ute pber pberaatorJaI gubernatorial
aatorJaI candidacy of BeIIIeaT Ia Iatact Intact
tact OOYerDCK Darbla wM is a vigor TtprepponeDt vigorous
ous opponent of the jaaIor Senator SellatolwnW Senatorwould
would much MIa prefer to have Xr If IfWIQ Demos Demosway
way JIr Congress to cordllr aI01I around the thet4 theState
State t4 lawfeCJ Interfering g With at Ids aeeHt pipe pI8MOld pipeOld
Old Dynas Dynasties es Tumbling Tum1JUngTM TumblingThhe
TM t tumbling ahtlag ol eN psIIUeal IdcI IdcIID dyaaudea dyaaudeato
ID many ay of Ute Ita fates is a noteworthy JIOtewelUarCeature noteworthyfeature
feature of COIIt conteepOrma us peUtloal peUtloaleftDta peltHOalevents
events TIIeHtl1ed The period of central through tlaroachorlPDbatlo throughorgamiastfons
orlPDbatlo tawny Uy runs a cycles C1C1ewith cycleswith
with IDOl more or IBM 4IeAlllte masking i115 1D 1DNew InNew
New Jersey Ute straggle r is 1 to far fartllta5 furnish furnishsemothiag
semothiag tllta5 fa 1 pines ol lJM Lb old Sewell 01 01galilaatlOL organisation
galilaatlOL Just what will ocean oceulcia is not notdes
cia des r ad It Is act certain 1w long It Itwill Itwill
will take bun buttJlat that soaae powerful powertulIMtSea ogen ogenineUes
IMtSea will evolve eat of U the struggle Iq IqlomtaW isinevitable
inevitable lomtaWI inevitableIn
I In 0 Ohio tile oW Sltenaaa OIpDItJon organisationpeeed OIpDItJonpAMd
pAMd te McKinley and Haaaa and 114 now JIOWIt nowit
It Is aRDOU aanoueed ed that new bands will
cone to the oat troatyiraedlstely tel after the theMetlee
Metlee at > asa to the United States StateeMJtt StatesIoante
Ioante next tines ADHelpaU Anticipating this thistMIIIg thisyoung
tMIIIg men are lighting their wr to the thefront
front frontin
IJt MAsaneburetp e tM supremacy or orstor ofSenator
Senator Lode I is seriously threatened by bytile bythe
tile younger e element In Rf Republican publl DD po poll polltics II
tics In the great Stat States ot New York YorkaM Yorksad
aM Pennsylvania It Ia plain that within If1blni
a few JeInd very few IndeedDew indeednewsad
sad younger mea must at come to the front frontas
as managers Dace and + c In a Klehl Michlgas KlehlPI
PI tile old orpmlPUOD passed pa out of ofexistence
existence with the death of Senator 1 Me MeMilian
Milian Ulao Newel men unknown even over overthe
the State art working to the front In IntN inthe
tN alowl slowly developing machine ot the thenear
near futureIn future futurea
a XlaaetlOta tile old Merriam coat control controlpassed rot
passed out of active political life two twoyears
years ean ago aIM a Ht of rugged youngster young OungeIll
ster eIll under tM real direction of Senator Sena
tot Nelloa un taken their Pe In InWisconsin
Wisconsin the olcltbDera will reelect reelectSenator
Senator Spooaer with t their dying pollU pollUbceatJa political
cal breath r u turn Ute party athies af affails
fails of the Badger State over to a Jot ot ofimpetuous
impetuous pet1lCNe yeonguters apten who march with withvarying
varying < MoUty t7 aM devotion order tillS thebanner
banner at AJIoIIette LnPollett He may 1 not be the thenow
now lta leader Some or his 18 folaw followers sure surely re
IT will be Ja lalllaD th State goes goeslate
late the steady Republican solemn 1IJI under
dw tile gal guidance of Ute gradually graduaUjfatreDgt graduallystrengthening
strengthening eDbac and practically DeW or orgeaisadon
geaisadon 8 of Senator Fairbanks laIrtIalibIa
Ia n IIUenI u there is utter tter party deDor deDora1bM1oR demorallatiat
a1bM1oR from a Republican pabllcaa standpoint standpointbut Ddpolnt Ddpolnta
but a vigorous crow 0 untried political politicallighters
lighters are going through Ute aIDe aIDeo sameheadtohand
headtohand o aJId struggle for supremacy supremacymad
mad oat of this is contain to e some nM a well wellorpaIIaed wellorganised
orpaIIaed band of experienced Iaced political politicalworkers 1It1cal 1It1calworbn
workers who will M have ceatrel or the theM1 theparty
M1 matters lD the State StateIa StateIs
Ia abort rt aU slung t the e lies nee notes Dot1Ia notesas
as a ending ftC tH old aM beginning Iag ot otu ofthe
u Dn DnPolicy newPolicy
Policy Ie Changed ClaangeiPr ChangedPrat
Pr Prat cIIMuIp and lid U Admnnt Admnnttics At AtUoII
tics comes to Ute aid ftC Ute Mack and andtaD andtea
taD goes w tJae relief III u ejected ejectedu ejectedcad
cad u my 17 wkito receive jolts joltswllere joltswhere
where they bed pe1t expected jaM But un anfertam unter
fertam 1dl for Senator ter Prh Pritchard anl be bad badg hadgone
g too far t8 retreat for him the die diewa diewee
wa cut and right JINIOfally he has hasINaa hasbeen
been igJa lighting IIg Ole tb Aght t which means D8 a aw awhite
w white lte supremacy Ita the Republican par party party
ty Ia the State or a bIcoJered control controlNow controlNow
Now Ute leans Is just this whether the thePr thePresident
Pr President shall reappoint the Hon Meyer MeyerNaha erer ererHa
Ha as collector or Ute port o of New NewUt Newberme
berme and the Ut Holt Sa Samuel IL H Vlck VlckHIIItD1 Vickpettmeeter
HIIItD1 pettmeeter at Wilson tJdIC recognizing reoogDlztngtile recognizingthe
tile black aDd tats or wItetk whether lie will w111be willbe
be guided bJ tie WiN wishes of Senator SeDatorPrltolMtrl SenatorPritohenl
PrltolMtrl aM n his Hi seleetleni from fromthe fromthe
the lily whites wldaIt whitesIt
It menus JIIII to Ute people of r North NorthCa NorthGarelisa
Garelisa Ca and the party there Vlek is iscohNed iscolored
colored ud HtIJIa 1 white but poUti poUticaiIF politly
caiIF both ape black k and tan It den denak Senater
ak ater r Prltelt Pritchard nl wins and be baa been beenbri Q QbrfD
brfD bri gli g g all possible tilienee lD eUM to bear it itw1U itwill
will mean t at be I is the recognisedleader r1le gn124d gn124dla
leader la tile State and ad It will also alaothat alsomesa
mesa that he alliance with the negro DegroIs negros
Is terminated and butt be may take his htsbI hisbelaagisgs
bI belaagisgs 1t and dss rt t tro from tile Ropub RopubJIe Republicon
JIe party lint It Senator Prltehard PrltehardIt Pritchardloses
loses It win mesa t at 1M Is u discredited redItedud discreditedand
ud that the white X1aIIaaa party In Intile inthe
tile State might t as welL abandon lope of ofJltll ofmritelnimg
mritelnimg Jltll Bbdq aD existence TM outcome oatcomeSa
Sa awaited with interest There has hasMea basbees
Mea Ute suggestion of a compromise COIaPromlsewber compromisewhereby
wber whereby 7 t black lack sad ta tans JU may win winbttt winbut
bttt that Senator Pritclaa1d when be re rettr retires
ttr tires from tH Senate shalt n he made a aFedecal aFederal
Federal jIMJp ta the new yvdlsial circuit e1rcuttto circuitto
to H crested ta North Carolina This Thisp Thispiss
p piss ka baa not yet matvrsd rM
s Sven Hedin s Expionltion of Celairal I Asia mill nd Its Results I
To tM current 11 number of be ao aograttltlcal deo deographical
graphical Jo Dr Svo Hf1ia Mt ha ecu ecutcibutes cea ceat
t tcibutes lbtltell a concise ao ea M kis re rerlca1tle re remarkable
markable rlca1tle pp eaplorstloea Ia llaetern Turkestan T1Ir T1Irktaa
ktaa and IMI Tibet daring 11I the 1M Uar three threeyears
7 years Ria for former joVaer In I Ceatral CatealAnatreat CeatralARiafrom
ARiafrom dill 1 to l lwa thought uptu
u he modtl modestly observes 0 mark JDaIkIWivaace as asadvance
advance ID the po geographical knowledge kaowIMgeof
of these regions but lie eDaIIIen lite lbaresults liteIalt
results DC 01 this ODe to H mach cA more val valuable 1 1liable
liable 1 Is It Jte Mil tratrtH4 a great INDtexteat greatextent
extent of hitherto uUo6 ea s POU4 POU4aDd d dand
aDd H has been able as be justly clans clalluto clansto
to lift the Yell which eII for a thousand tJaouaIl4yn thousandyear
yn year baa bidden vast alretcb stretches 0 the tbe4MHItaloou themountainous
mountainous aDd desert r 0 the theHart theheart
Hart oC Mia Titer are without a arlyal arival
rival OD the surface of the globeThe globe globeThe
The mountain challis ot Central ABI ABIradiate Asia Asiaradiate
radiate from the PIUnlntJIe not 0 the tJIeworldUke theworldlike
worldUke giant roots from an old tree treep treestump
stump p Two of these the vast COlD COlDpoulld compound
pound mass or the HI Himalayas and Kern Xarafora Kernbecame
fora became and the chain of the JC JClacioee Knenina KneninaIncises
Incises the greatest and loftiest 1cuttala mesa mesa151m
tala plateau In the world Dot a little littleof
0 which alca overtops Moat OIIt Bane and much aaetahlsh muchis
is as high above bo Ute IleA level as tb tbIt the thesummit
summit It 0 the Wetterhorna Wtelbor JtIIIIoD of oflOOIOIaIac ofscorching
scorching beat III the amasser r aua and ao4bltler andbIttsr
bltler cold 1ft the winter froM Betw Betwtbe Between Betweentlw
tbe KueoluD Kuealun aDd the TIt Tktansham is B Bother another
other plateau ore level aDd lower loweraRktog lowerslaking
slaking eastward doa 0 Ute great greatrainless t trala
rala rainless Gobi cle rl Oa h his former tonMrjoura formerjourney
joura journey Dr SYea Hedins IIia explorations explorationscarried xptIouoarrled
carried at him over T1Irlr Turkestan ma the thef tbeCoM
CoM f M o of the Thessshwa onaiaa to Ute Lob Nor NOITkle NorThis
This time lie has JI only worked out outy outmany
many y peIota pr1oua1y IaoOIDplete hat ItatI hatban
ban examined I Ute desert still farther CaltMrGMt farthereat
GMt and explored a large area of oftara ofHeaters
Heaters tara Tibet from north to south He Heturaed Hewas
was turned back though wltbe withtut lit injury injuryIs
Ie two attempts to penetrate as far farIJ as astheses 1
theses IJ and aally made Ial his w way w wward west westward
I ITrayeUc
ward to Leb LebTraveUng
TrayeUc 1n I such 11 regions Is very Is Isiens
iens and atalla much bar bardahlp yet 7etdr yetSveu
dr SftR Hedla s lalllutry seems uaat uaatteeett oastfectd
teeett by stipe The amount ot Work workha I
H JaM aeeoaapUabM is prod peodigiorm HI HIellutolPApltlcal His Hisehartographial
ellutolPApltlcal material be says con COI1ww conslots
ww oC DOt less than 1140 sbts al which whichtt
tt arranged end to end In a row would wouldmeasure 1
measure over 1000 feet IH atroDoml
oat dscniantoma haTe been MeWed to todteek tocheek
cheek this Ite JIM kept a complete nee neel me meteorolegial
teorolegial l journal making records recordsthyme reeorlstlaC1ce
thyme a day be has taken 01 OOO OOOpbotoepapbs 000photographs
photographs made archeological archeologicallogleal zoo zoolotIIca1
lotIIca1 ud bo collections he heaW hesides
aW bringing about 700 rock specimens specimensto <
0 Wutrte the geology locy or Tibet ot otwideb ofwhich
which at present vary 1 little Is kao kaoTlareaghout know knowThroughout
Throughout be says he endeavored d to toY8Id toavoid
avoid Y8Id traveling over route already traversed trA trAby
versed by other explorers But thE thEulIer theearlier
earlier part of h journey was as ID a r rpea re reglen
pea which he bad already visited YlsitEdNortMrn visitedNorthern
Northern TurkeataD Its obJe object l Which Whicheompletely whichwas
was completely successful being to totraee totrace
trace accurately the course of the River RlvlrTarim RiverTsrlm
Tarim TarimBoth Tsrlm150th
Both that and the len Important ImportantCIMIreIaeDDartaare importantCherehenDarla
CherehenDarla CIMIreIaeDDartaare are frequently changing changingtheir eJaaDgingtbIIr
their CIINne coarse abandoning one channel to tocalate toexcavate
excavate aJaOtMr aisoth r The former river rivera riverstews
stews a coataat tendency to shift bed htdtowIIJ4 bedtoward
toward Ute meth tll and on tbat aide dldetlIrawa aidethrew
threw oft numerous l anna or secondary BeCODdaryrlMNuaela secondarychannels
channels Into w which 1ch occasionally It dl dlTen dtverSa
Ten Ita it main stream The t vagrant TagrantDcle vagranttendencies
tendencies Dcle are re rendered easy by Ute na natan natare
tan cr the region lrayersedn arid arid1owlaDd aridlowland
lowland With the shifting sand dunes for forblllL forhills
blllL In OD one pi piece OD the rilb bank of ofthe ofthe
the Tarim a chain oe long lakes bordered bordertdby borderedby
by sterile sands hu been tormect formed which whichcoatillued whichare
are continued between dun dunes sometimes sometimese sometimesmore
more e Ulan 100 yards high blCbTbe highThe
The ancient lake baa now completely complttpldried completelydried
dried 1IP but but OD Ita it northern shore he hetoaacl hefound
found rains os of towns 8 settlements sod aulltemp sodtemples
temples temp as well u manuscript and aultab andtablets
tab tablets of tamarisk wood In Chinese char ebaract characters
act acters dating from the third tQ the fifth fifthceDt1r fifthcentury
century oC the present era together wi with withindubitable h hlDcIubttable
indubitable traces cf an acclpnt caravan caraanroad caravanroad
road His former Journey wa + rewarded rewardedby rewlilddb1
b1 similar arcbeolOf archeological cal lk8eOnrha lk8eOnrhafarther discoverieafarther
farther west 1 II Turkestan 60 that etl etldestly i ideatl
deatl be rq region < ln was much mMe flour flourIeltiag 11oulIIIIaIq
IIIIaIq some me ftfleea centuries 10 Part Partly
11 this baa bee been the work ot man but butperhaps
per perhaps It Is still tlll more due to a change ehangeellmatf changein
in climate A Very large proportion ot otCeatral ofCentral
Central Asia not only in n tb the region east eastof
of the Thtanshan Thlan han but even 11 il tba that to tothe tothe
the west or thi tins theme hit in seem a to be grad gradually gradually
ually drying l but art a 11 y be the thetauao
cauae ot the dlklt on nu om an von VeDture vontune
tune to declare poeIUnJrLoIIcIon Dally LaiiyNews

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