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J Her Policy P licy in the Balkans Admiral Alexieffs New Viceroyalty and the theBlack theBlack
Black Cabinet at St Petersburg Explained 40 40I
Russia Anxious for Peace PeaceRussia PeaceRussia PeaceRussia
Russia is sincere In her professions of ofanxiety ofanxiety ofanxiety
anxiety to avort trouble in the Balkans Balkansand Ballmnsand Balkansand
and Insplte In spite of all statements to the thecontrary thocontrary thecontrary
contrary contrary by b3 those whoso prejudices prejudicesagainst prejudicesagaInst prejudicesagainst
against everything Muscovite warps warpstheir warpstheir warpstheir
their judgment and sense of perspec perspective perspect1e perspeetivo ¬
tive in all matters relating relatln to the great greatempire greatempire greatempire
empire of the Czar is just as anxious anxiousto anx10usto anxiousto
to maintain peace in the East of Eu Europe Europe Europe ¬
rope as are Austria and Great Britain BritainTo BritainTo BritainTo
To those who are disinclined to believe believethis bollovethis believethis
this assertion and who arc convinced convincedthat conlnc convincedthat d dthat
that the disturbances In Macedonia are arefostered arcfostered arefostered
fostered by Panslav agents it may m be bepointed bepointed bepointed
pointed out that Emporor Nicholas and andhis andhis andhis
his government have everything to togaJn tobIlIn togain
gain by b tho avoidance of hostilities with withTurkey withTurkey withTurkey
Turkey and by by1the the continuance contlnuanccot of the theChristian tbeChrlstfan theChristian
Christian provinces of the sublime sublimeporte sublimeporte sublimeporte
porte under the sovereignty of tho Sul Sultan Sultan Sultan ¬
tan tanA
A conflict con lct with tho latter at the pres present present Presentjuncture ¬
ent entjuncture juncture would not only interferewith interfere interferewith Interrerewith
with all the projects of commercial and andIndustrial andIndustrial andindustrial
Industrial development of the minister ministerof
of finance Count Witte besides consti constituting constituting constituting ¬
tuting a drain upon the thenaUonal national treasurer treas treasurer treasurer ¬
urer but would likewise m ew1se tax tho military mili military mflltnry ¬
tary resources of the empire at a most mostuntoward moatuntoward mostuntoward
untoward moment to a very Inconvenient Inconven Inconvenient InconvenIent ¬
ient degree If Russia wishes to safe safeguard nafeguard ae aeguard ¬
guard the interests which sh she has ac acquired acQuired acquired ¬
quired In Northern China and on the thePacific thePacific thePacific
Pacific coast of Asia and which are aremenaced aremenaced aremenaced
menaced just at present by Japan It is isImperative Isimperatlo isimperative
Imperative that she should have her herhands herhands herbands
hands wholly free to deal with the lat latter latter latter ¬
ter terJapan terJapan terJapan
Japan Eager for War WarPopular WarPopular WarPopular
Popular sentiment in Japan is so sostrong sostrong sostrong
strong In favor of o immediate Immediate war with withRussia withRussia withRussia
Russia that it Is only with the utmost utmostdifficulty utmostdifficulty utmostdifficulty
difficulty the Mikado and the more sa sagacious sagacous sagacious ¬
gacious gacous of his statesmen who are areaware areaware areaware
aware of the vast resources of the Mus Muscovite Muscovite Ius Iuscovlte ¬
covite empire can keep It under con controL controL control
troL But were Russia to become in involved InVolved Involved ¬
volved in a conflict in the East of Eu Europe Europe Europe ¬
rope and In Asia Minor nnOl it Is probable probablethe probabletho probablethe
the Tokyo government would find its itshands itshands itsbands
hands forced by public feeling to take takeadvantage takendvantnge takeadvantage
advantage ofjthe of tho situation to attempt to todrive todrlo todrive
drive Russia Russia out of Manchuria and to toestablish toestablish toestablish
establish Japanese supremacy once and andfor andfor andfor
for all time in Korea KoreaFor KorenFor KoreaFor
For the Japanese are keen lCeenstudents lCeenstudentsof students studentsof
of contemporary contf > mporary history They are arefully arefully arefully
fully aware of the difficulty experienced experiencedby
by Russia assisted as she was by byRoumania bYRoumanla byRoumania
Roumania Servia and the Bulgarian in insurgents Insurgents insurgents ¬
surgents In defeating the Turks twenty twentyseven twent twentseV3n twentyseven
seven years ears ago They appreciate also alsothe alsothe alsothe
the fact that since sin co then the Ottoman Ottomanarmy Ottomanarm Ottomanarmy
army arm thanks to Its German training trainingand trainingand trainingand
and to its superior equipment has de developed developed developed ¬
veloped into one of 0 of the most powerful powerfulforces vowerCulforces powerfulforces
forces In existence and in consequence consequencethereof con consequencethereof equenco equencothereof
thereof a conflict between the sublime sublimePorte
porte and Russia would make such de demands demands demands
mands upon the military resources of ofthe 1 1the
the latter as to vastly diminish her herpowers I Ipowers
powers of resistance r slsunce to Japan in the theFar theFar
Far Orient OrientAnother OrientAnotherPotent OrientAnotherPotent
Another AnotherPotent Potent Reason ReasonBut Reasonnut ReasonBut
But these are far from being beln the only onlyreasons on1yrt onlyreasons
reasons rt > asons that thatrender render the Czar reluctant reluctantin
in the extreme to take arms against the theSultan theSultan theSultan
Sultan although he may be compelled compelledto
to do so by reason of circumstances or orunder orunder orunder
under the most severe provocation provocationSuch provocationSI1h provocationSuch
Such a war admitting the victory of ofRussia otRussia ofRussia
Russia after a long and costly costIy conflict conflictand conflictand conflictand
and the absence of entanglements with withJapan withJapan withJapan
Japan or any European E iropean power I would wouldresult wouldresult wouldresult
result not in the annexation of Mace Macedonia Macedonia Macedonia ¬
donia to the Muscovite Empire but buteither buteither buteither
either In the partition of Macedonia Macedoniaamong Macedoniaamong Macedoniaamong
among Bulgaria and other Balkan Balkanstates Balkan5tat08 Balkanstates
states thereby adding to their power poweror poweror poweror
or else in the creation of a more or less lessindependent le8sindependcnt lessindependent
independent Macedonia acedcnla on the lines linesof linesor linesof
of Roumania Servla Ser ia and Bulgaria Bulgariawhich Bulgarlawhloh Bulgariawhich
which In course of time would become becomejust becomojust becomejust
just as ungratefully forgetful as they theyof theyot theyof
of all that Russia has cone to secure securetheir securetheir securetheir
their emancipation from Ottoman rule ruleand ruleand ruleand
and qulto as hostile to Muscovite Influ Influences InfIuCoDccs Influences ¬
ences CoDccsFor encesFor encesFor
For today the magnificent defenses of eiBucharest ofBucharest otBucharost
Bucharest designed by b that modern modernVauban modernVauban modernVauban
Vauban the lato General do Brialmont Brialmontof
of Belgium are directed not against againstTurkey againstTurke againstTurkey
Turkey Turke Austria or oven ven Servia but butagainst butagainst butagainst
against Russia Roumania Sorvla and andBulgaria andDUlgarla andBulgaria
Bulgaria constitute all so many ob obstacles obstacles obstacles ¬
stacles In the path of Russias onward onwardmarch onwardmarch onwardmarch
march on Constantinople Constantinopleobstacles obstacles > taeles of ofher ofber ofher
her own creation An independent independentMacedonia Indepondentltfacadonl3 independentMacedonia
Macedonia or an Independent Armenia Armeniawould Armeniawould Armeniawould
would merely add to thoir number and andcontribute andcontribute andcontribute
contribute to render still more remote remotethe remotetho remotethe
the realization of that dream of every everypatriotic everypatrIotic everypatriotic
patriotic Muscovite MuscovJ since the days of ofPeter otPeter ofPeter
Peter the Great Greatwhich which is the keynote keynoteof
of the national policy of Russia Russianame Russianamely name namely ¬
ly the possession of Stamboul which whichIn whichIn WhichIn
In the opinion of that foundor of Rus Russian Russian Rueelan ¬
sian grandour ae In that of the first firstNapoleon firstNapoleon firstNapoleon
Napoleon is destined to give to the theGreat thoGreat theGreat
Great Whit WbitQ Czar the mastery of the theworld theworld theworld
world worldAn worldAn worldAn
An Outpost of Russia RussiaWhat RussiaVhat RussiaWhat
What the government at St Peters Petersburg Petorsburg Petersburg ¬
burg would prefer would bo that Macedonia Mace Macedonia Macedonia ¬
donia should for the present pre ent continue continueto
to form part of the Ottoman empire empireunder empireundor umpireunder
under a reformed and Christian ad administration admlnlatraUon administration ¬
ministration owing Its existence to toRussian toRUltSian toRussian
Russian initiative so that Muscovite influonee in influence In11uenee ¬
fluence would be predominant in the theprovincial theprovIncial theprovincial
provincial government while tho Chris Christian Christian Christian ¬
tian population would realize that they theywere theywere theywere
were Indebted for their relief from the theworst theworat theworst
worst abuses of Ottoman rule to the theCzar thoCzar theCzar
Czar In thisay this way ay Macedonia would be become become become ¬
come SB outpost of Russia rather rath r than thanan thanan thanan
an obstacle in her progress progro e toward Constantinople Con Constantinople Con5lanUnople ¬
stantinople stantinopleThis 5lanUnopleThis stantinopleThis
This is why Russia far from fostering fosteringthe fosteringtho fosteringthe
the disturbance dlet rtMnce in the Balkans Balkansespecially DaikallScspeclally Balkanscspooially
especially i in Macedonia Ma odoGla Is on the con contrary contrary contrary ¬
trary doing All within hor power to pro provent prevont provent
vent them and why she la so imperative imperativein
in her demands upon Bulgaria that the thelatter thelattor thelatter
latter shall avoid giving glvln any assistance assistanceor
or even countenance to the Macedonian Macedonianineurgents lIncc Macedonianinsurgents < 1onJan 1onJanInfurgcnts
insurgents While the latter are in many manycases manyC manycases
cases C 3es the victims of Turkish barbarity barbarllyf barbarllyA
their families and their possessions hav having havIng having
ing become tho prey of the Sultans Sultanssoldiery Sult Sultanssoldiery ns nssoldler3
soldiery yet in the majority of caWs caWsthese cae caethese ewesthese
these outrages have been deliberately deliberatelyprovoked deliberat deliberatelyprovoked lY lYproyoi
provoked proyoi d by the Macedonian leaders leaderswhobrigands leaderswhobrigands leaderswho
whobrigands who brigands murderers and soldiers of offortune otfortunc offortune
fortune guilty of cruelty quite as ap appalling appalling appalling ¬
palling as any an of that laid at the door doorof doorot doorof
of the Sultans irregular troops would wouldfind wouldfind wouldfind
find their occupation and their means of oflivelihood oflivelihood oflivelihood
livelihood gone were order to be re restored 10ntored reatored ¬
stored in the sorely afflicted province provinceand provinceand provinceand
and the latter to be endowed with an anhonest anhonest anhonest
honest and capable Christian adminis administration administration administration ¬
tration trationRussias trationRussias trationRussias
Russias Course in Armenia ArmeniaMuch ArmeniaMuch ArmeniaMuch
Much tho same condition of affairs affairsprevails affairsprevails affairsprevails
prevails in Armenia where a revolutionary revolu revolutionary revolutionary ¬
tionary outbreak has already been In Inaugurated tnauguratod n nauguratcd ¬
augurated against Turkish rule the out outrages outrages outrages ¬
rages of which the Insurrectionary Insurrectionarychiefs insurrectionarychiefs insurrectionarychiefs
chiefs are rendering themselves guilty guiltybeing guiltybeing guiltybeing
being bound in due course to lead to tosavage tosavage tosavage
savage reprisals by the Ottoman author authorities authorities authorities ¬
ities But hero again Russia has shown shownher shownher shownher
her absence of all sympathy with tho tharebels thorebels thJrebels
rebels and her desire to see Armenia Armeniaremain Armeniaremron Armeniaremain
remain subject to the Sultans sovereign sovereignty ¬
ty by suddenly and without warning warningconfiscating warnlns warnlnsconfiscating warningconfiscating
confiscating the entire property of the thoArmenian thfArmenian theArmenian
Armenian Church in Russia amounting amountingto
to nearly 20000000 announcing at the thesame thesame thesame
same time her determination to control controlin
in future the administration of the thefunds thefunds thefunds
funds in such a manner as to prevent preventtheir preventtheir preventtheir
their misuse in the promotion of the thenational thenational thenational
national idea among Armenians In InTurkey InTurkey inTurkey
Turkey and In fostering any Armenian Armenianrevolutionary Armenianrevolutionary Armenianrevolutionary
revolutionary movement against the sub sublime sublime sublime ¬
lime porte porteIt porteII porteIt
It was on the strength of careful re reports reports reports ¬
ports compiled by the consular agents agentsnot agentsnot agentsnot
not only of Great Britain but also of ofother otother ofother
other European powers that the English Englishprime Englishprime Englishprime
prime minister Arthur Balfour in dis discussing discussing discussing ¬
cussing the Balkan situation in parlia parliament parliament parliament ¬
ment Just before its prorogation declared de declared declared ¬
clared that while outrages had un undoubtedly undou undoubtedly ¬
doubtedly dou tedly been committed by the Ir Irregular Irregular irregular ¬
regular Turkish troops of Macedonia Macedoniathey Macedoniathey Macedoniathey
they had been provoked by the Insur Insurrectionary Insurrectionary insurrectionary ¬
rectionary leaders who had rendered renderedthemselves renderedthemselves renderedthemselves
themselves guilty gunt of far more numerous numerousand numerousand numerousand
and more shocking atrocities than those thoselaid thoselaid thoselaid
laid at the door oor of the Turks TurksRebel TurksRebel TurksRebel
Rebel Chiefs Blamed BlamedCount BlamedCount S SCount
Count Lamsdorff the Czars foreign foreignminister toreignI foreignminister
I minister likewise puts all the blame for forthe torI forthe
I the present disturbances in Macedonia Macedoniaon Macedoniathe
on the criminal activity of the rebel rebelchiefs rebelchlets rebelchiefs
chiefs such as Boris Sarafoff SarafoffIt
It is the same in Armenia and only onlya
a short time ago a letter was published publishedin publishedtho
in the Moscow Press and reprinted reprintedin j
in the Official Gazette at Tiflis Ti ls in inwhich Ini inwhich
i which one of the most Influential mem members memi members ¬
i bers of the Armenian community at atConstantinople atII atConstantinople
II Constantinople asserted over his sig signature signature
nature that no not only had the outrages outragesalleged outragesi outragesalleged
i alleged to have been perpetrated upon uponhis uponI uponhis
I his countrymen by the Turks been beengrossly beengrossly
grossly exaggerated when not manu manufactured manufactured ¬
factured out of whole cloth but that thatin thatIn thatin
in most cases any harsh measures measuresadopted measuresadopted
adopted in dealing with them had been beendeliberately beendeliberately
deliberately provoked proYol ed by themselves or orelse orelse orelse
else by professional agitators The sen sensational sensatlonal sensational ¬
sational stories so Industriously circu circulated circulated circulated ¬
lated of late concerning Turkish atroci atrocities atrocities atrocities ¬
ties in the Christian provinces of the theSultan theSultan theSultan
Sultan should therefore be received receivedwith receivedwith receivedwith
with a good deal of caution and reserve reserveA reserveA reserveA
A Significant Appointment AppointmentWith AppointmentVlth AppointmentWith
With regard to the appointment last lastweek 1astweek lastweek
week of Vice Admiral Alexieff as gov governor governor governor ¬
ernor general of all Russias posses possessions possessions possesslens ¬
sions cast of the Amur with the extraordinary ex extraordinary extraordinary ¬
traordinary powers of a viceroy both on onland onland onland
land and afloat It Is merely the fulfill fulfillment fulfillment ulflll ulflllm ¬
ment m < > nt of a project devised morn than thanfour thanfonr thanfour
four years ago and described in these theseletters the50Ilters theseletters
letters in the autumn of 1899 at the thetime thetime thetime
time of the transfer of the admiral from fromthe fromthe fromthe
the command of the Black lack Sea fleet to tothat tothat tothat
that of the Czars Czar naval forces In the theFar theFar theFar
Far East Attention was drawn on thatoccasion that thatoccasion thatocclIslon
occasion to the fast that the admiral In Inaddition 111addition Inaddition
addition to his duties afloat was In Invested Invested invested ¬
vested with the control of the government govern government government ¬
ment and military forces of the Kwan Kwantung Kwantung Kwantung
tung and Amur districts with the thedirection thedirection thedirection
direction of the diplomatic negotiations negotiationswith negotiationswith negotiationswith
with China Korea and Japan In all at affairs atfairs atfairs ¬
fairs relating to his viceroyalty viccroyaltyThe vlceroya1tyThe viceroyaltyThe
The siege of the legations at Pekin and
the subsequent military operations of ofthe ortho ofthe
the allied forces in China contributed to todelay todelay todelay
delay the execution exccuUorof of this plan although althoughfor nlthoughfor althoughfor
for the past four years the admiral has hasbeen hasbeen hasbeen
been In supreme command of Russiasforces Russias Russiasforces Russiasforces
forces on sea and land in the Far Orient OrientThe OrientThe OrientThe
The only modification of the the original originalplan originalplan originalplan
plan which is to be found in the descrip description description description ¬
tion of the powers conferred upon the theadmiral thendmlr31 theadmiral
admiral last week Is that he and con consequently consequently consequently ¬
sequently also his subordinates are arerendered arerendered arerendered
rendered Independent of the ministers of ofwar ofwar ofwar
war of marine of finance and of foreign foreignaffairs foreignatralrs foreignaffairs
affairs at St Petersburg and responsible responsibleto
to no one but to the Czar While it iseasy Is Iseasy isGasy
easy to understand that the Japanese Japaneseshould Japanesshould Japaneseshould
should be alarmed by Alexieffs nomina nomination nomination nomination ¬
tion as viceroy since they look upon him himas hima5 himas
as having been the moving and guiding guidingBpirjt guidingspirJt guidingspirt
Bpirjt of Russias policy In China since since1S99 sincelS99 since1S99
1S99 and regard him as responsible for fortho forthe forthe
the strong hold which his country has hasobtained hasobtained hassobtained
obtained upon Manchuria yet his appointment ap appointment appointment ¬
pointment Is in many respects a guar guarantee guarantee guarantee ¬
antee of peace and constitutes an as assurance assurance ¬ J JI
I surance against aifv a further Muscovite Muscoviteaggression Muscovltoaggression Muscoviteaggression
aggression aggressionNo aggressionNo aggressionNo
No Chance for Hotheads HotheadsMost HotheadsMost HotheadsMost
Most of Russias wars of conquest in inAsia InAsia inAsia
Asia have been inaugurated by officers officerswhose officerswhose I Iwhoso
whose ambition for promotion and dis distinction distinction dieUnction ¬
tinction led them to precipitate hostili hostilities hostilities hostilities ¬
ties either without Imperial commands commandsor commaI dB dBor
or in defiance thereof knowing that thatowing thntowing thatowing
owing to the immense distance from from St StPetersburg StPetersburg StPetersburg
Petersburg nothing could be known knownabout knownabout knownabout
about their enterprise until they could couldreport couldreport couldroport
report tho success thereof A case ia iapoint i ipoint inpoint
point was that of the Naval Captain CaptainNevelsky CaptainNevelsky CaptainNevelsky
Nevelsky who in 1852 In direct contra contravention contraentlon contravention ¬
vention entlon of the commands of Nicholas I Iannexed Iannexed Iannexed
annexed all the territory at the mouth mouthof mouthot mouthof
of tho Amur On learning thereof thereofNicholas thereofNicholas thereofNicholas
Nicholas summoned the captain to St StPetersburg StPetersburg StPetersburg
Petersburg and during the course of an anhours anhours anhours
hours audience first reduced him to the theranks theranks theranks
ranks for disobedience and then promo promoted promoted promoted ¬
ted him at atone one bound to the rank of ofvice otvlco ofvice
vice admiral at the same time conferring conferringupon conferringupon conferringupon
upon his the grand cross of the order of ofSt ofSt ofSt
St Vladimir VladimirVice VladimirVice VladimirVice
Vice Admiral Nevelskys experience experienceand experienceandthat experienceand
and andthat Uhat of the great white General GeneralSkobcleff GeneralSkobcletr GeneralSkobeleff
Skobcleff at a less remote period have haveserved haveserved haveserved
served as Incentives to every Russian offi officer officer officer ¬
cer possessed of any daring and ambi ambition ambition ambition ¬
tion and the Investiture investitureof of Alexieff with withviceregal withviceregal withviceregal
viceregal powers and his presence on onthe onthe onthe
the Pacific Coast of Russia with supreme supremecommand supremecommand supremecommand
command on land and sea maintaining maintaininga
a close supei supervision vision will prove a guaran guarantee guarantee guarantee ¬
tee that no ambitious subaltern will be bepermitted bepermitted bepermitted
permitted to involve his country in any anyconflict anycon anyconflict
conflict con lct with one of the neighboring neighboringpowers neighboringpowers neighboringpowers
powers powersBlack powersBlack powersBlack
Black Cabinets of Europe EuropeIn
In view of the news of the thereorganlza thereorganlzatlon then reorganiza reorganization reorganization ¬
tion and enlargement enlar em6I1t of the the socalled cocalledblack socalledblack socalledblack
black cabinet of the postal and tele telegraph telegraph telegraph ¬
graph department at St Petersburg Petersburgunder Peter5burgunder Petersburgunder
under the direction of Messrs Mess s Rentzky RentzkyDragonnoff RentzkYDragonnott RentzkyDragonnoff
Dragonnoff and Faber for the t e examina examination examination examination ¬
tion of all suspicious matter passing passingthrough passlnsthrough passingthrough
through the malls it is oply fair to toRussia toRussia toRussia
Russia to explain that In InspltQ spite of all allthe aUthe allthe
the official protestations to the contrary contrarythere contrarythere contrarythere
there Is in the general Dostoffice of ofevery orevery ofevery
every capital In Europe a bureau of the thesame thesame thesame
same kind where letters both foreign foreignand toreIgnand foreignand
and domestic are tampered with wlt on be behalf behal behalf ¬
half hal of the government by men special specially spe specially lal lally ¬
ly selected for the purpose purposeThe purposeThe purposeThe
The late Prince Bismarck BIB marek In the thecourse thocourse thecourse
course of an Interview with one of the theeditors th theditors theeditors
editors editors of the Neue eue Frele Presse Presses the theleading theleading theleading
leading Viennese newspaper In Septem September September September ¬
ber 1894 did not hesitate to boast of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the assistance asslstnncewhich which while in office as aschancellor aschancellor aschancellor
chancellor he had derived from the theofficials theofficials theofficials
officials of the black cabinet of the thepostal thepostal thepostal
postal department at Berlin while iu iuFrance luFrance inFrance
France the prefect of police Is indebted indebtedfor indebtedfor indebtedfor
for much valuable information obtained obtainedin
in a similar manner at the general post postoffice postoffice postoffice
office at Paris ParisPerhaps ParisPerhps ParisPerhaps
Perhaps the best proof that can be fur furnished turnished furnished ¬
nished here of the existence of these theseblafck thcseblaLk thesebla
blafck bla ± cabinets all over Europe Is tho thowellestablished thowellestablished thewellestablished
wellestablished fact that foreign gov governments go goernments governments ¬
ernments and embassies when they have havedispatches havedispatches havedispatches
dispatches of a particularly confidential confidentialand confidentialand confidentialand
and important nature to transmit never neverconfide neverconfide neverconfide
confide them to the mails but always alwayssend alw3Yssend alwayssend
send them by specially recruited recrult < < Jd couri couriers courirs couriers ¬
ers rs de cabinet styled In England EnglandKings EnglandKings
Kings messengers mes engers EXATTACHE
uIts Its the Best Fish of Its SizeOr Any Size He Sags SagsAnd SagsU SaysAnd
U And Got Its Name But Read His Story
Pompano is the best fish for Its size sizeor slzeor sizeor
or any size slz6that that swims said the old oldfisherman oldfisherman oldfisherman
fisherman enthusiastically Theres Theresnot Theresnot Theresnot
not another fish on the market can cantouch calltouch railtouch
touch It In my opinion Ever hear the thestory thestory thestory
story of how it got the name pompano pompanoWell pompanoVeJJ pompanoWell
Well VeJJ sir pompano has been a fa favorite favorIte favorite ¬
vorite fish in the South SouthI I moan way waySouth waySouthfor waySouthfor
South Southfor for a long time Gentlemen Gentlemenaround Gentlemenaround Gentlemenaround
around New Orleans used to think there therewas therowas therewas
was nothing like It and spent days daysfiahlng daysfiahlng daysfishing
fiahlng for it in the bay bayLong bayLons bayLong
Long before the the fish ever had a real realnane realnane realname
nane there was a lazy black boy on onplantation a aplantation aplantation
plantation near New Orleans who used usedto usedto usedto
to run away from his work nearly every everyday everyday everyday
day to go fishing His name was Pompey Pom Pompey PomPC
pey PC after the groat general but every everybody everybody everybody ¬
body called him just Pomp PompPomp PompPomp PompPomp
Pomp went fishing once too often and andthat andth3t andthat
that time ho carried a bottle of Jamaica Jamaicarum Jamaicarum Jamalearum
rum with him which he had stolen from fromtho fromthe fromthe
the storeroom on the plantation Be Between Between Betwoen ¬
tween the fish and the rum Pomp fell otf offthe otfthe otfthe
the stern of his bateau and was wasdrowned wasdrownod wasdrowned
drowned drownedWhen drownodhen drownedWhen
When hen his master found the empty emptybateau emptybateau emptybateau
bateau and the equally empty bottle 1 > ottlc he heguessed heguessed heguessed
guessed what had happened and had the thoInlet theInlet theinlet
Inlet dragged No Pomp was found so sothey sothey sothey
they gave up all hope of finding him himOu
and said prayers for him on tho plan plantation plantation plantation ¬
tation and held him up to all the other otherblacks otherblacks otherblacks
blacks as an example of a black boy boygone boygone boygone
gone wrong wrongSeveral wrongSeveral wrongSeveral
Several days afterward a party of ofgentlemen ofsentteQ1en ofgentlogten
gentlemen were fishing over the same sameground snmeground sameground
ground where Pomp had been drowned drownedOne drownedOne drownedOne
One of them got something on his hookthat hook hookthat bookthat
that pulled like blazes Thats Pomp I Iknow Iknow Iknow
know ho sang out But pretty prett soon soonhe Boonhe j
he pulled In a fine large fish and from fromthat fromthat fromthat
that It has always been called pom pompano POO1Iano pompano ¬
pano panoCHIEF IanoCHIEF panoCHIEF
Chief Engineer Belt of o the Fire De Department Department Department ¬
partment has requested permission from fromthe tromthe fromthe
the Commissioners to visit Atlantic AtlanticCity AtlanticCity AtlanticCity
City N J for the purpose of Inspect Inspecting Inspecting inspecting ¬
ing the exhibit of firefighting apparatus apparatusand apparatusand apparatusand
and appliances to be displayed at the thethirtyfirst thethirtyfirst thethirtyfirst
thirtyfirst annual convention of the In International 1nternaUonRl International ¬
ternational Association of Fire Engi Engineers Englneors Engineers ¬
neers The convention will begin Sep September Septembor Soptember ¬
tember 8 and nd continue four days The ThoCommissioners TheCommissIoners TheCommissioners
Commissioners will probably grant the therequest therequest therequest
request and direct dire t that Chief Belts ex cxpeaces expenses exI ¬
I penses be paid from the contingent ex expenses expenscs expenses ¬
penses of the Fire Department DepartmentI
Atlantic City Has Baby Whale WhaleAmong WhaleAmong i iAmong
Among the theLatest Latest Attractions AttractionsAwnings AttractionsA AttractionsAwnings
Awnings A vnings to Be Erected on the Board Walk
ATLANTIC CITY N J Aug 22 22The 22Thecoming 22Thecoming The Thecoming
coming of the white whale which whichproved whichproved whichproved
proved to be only a week old has baabeen hasbeen
been a matter matter of Interest to visitors visitorsand visitorsand visitorsand
and residents alike For the first time timeIn timeIn timein
In the history of the resort this species speciesof
of whale has been seen here and It has hasattracted hasattracted hasattracted
attracted thousands of people dally to towatch towatch towatch
watch It ItcavorUng cavorting In the large fish tank tankoff tankorr tankoff
off Youngs Pier PierThe PierThe PierThe
The Hon William R Townsend reg registering regIstering ¬
istering at one of the principal hotels hotelsfrom hotelstrom hotelfrom
from Cincinnati Ohio has put forth forthn forth fortha
a scheme with a backing of UOOOOO UOOOOOfor 200000for 200000 200000for
for the erection of boardwalk boardwalkawnings boardwalkawnIngs boardwalkawnings
awnings The awning would be an anadded anadded anadded
added attraction to the resort as they theywould theywould theywould
would mean a cool esplanade during the theday theday theday
day and could be drawn up when so do dosired desired dosired
sired In the evening eveningThe eveningThe eveningThe
The coming to the city of Capt J C CSandford CSandford CSandford
Sandford U S A A brought to the front frontagain frontagain frontagain
again the proposition to deepen the In ¬
let channel He delivered a public talk
In Odd Fellows Hall to residents stir ¬
ring up greater Interest In the project
than ever everAcross evorAcross everAcross
Across tho meadow come wails from
Prof Walters alters Mayor of the Board ¬
walk who does not like being confined
m In the insane asylum He was hurt
because he was examined by a board of
men en not his hlspeers peers and objected to
ordinary doctors passing Judgment as
he preferred literary men to decide as
to his sanity sanityIt
It looks as if we were to have the nov no ¬
elty of a walled town like The Walled
City of China A set of men have been
working steadily the past week build ¬
ing a stone wall along Jackson Avenue
the dividing line between Atlantic City Clt
and the newly made city of Ventnor
Such an evidence of exclusiveness will
at least have the advantages of new ¬
ness nessJohn nessJohn nessJohn
John Philip Sousa Sou a the March King Km
Is much improved In health since
his ar arrival arrival arrival ¬
rival here He is the guest of his fa ¬
therinlaw Harry Bcllls and will
re remain remsln remain ¬
main a fortnight longer before resuming
his tour tourGenera tourGenera tourGeneral
Genera Bliss United States Army Is Isat 15at isat
at the Agnew with his family Capt H
C Keene and Major Iajor Jones are guests at
the Wiltshire WiltshireAmong 1ilt3hlreAmong WiltshireAmong
Among the theatrical managers at tho thoshore theshore thoshore
shore are Samuel amu l P Nixon F C Nixon
Nirdllnger Samuel Shubert and A E
Derby DorloyFay DorleyFn DerbyFay
Fay Fn Templcton Adele Ritchie and
Paula Edwards represent their sex Jn Jnthe lnthe inthe
the theatrical world tho two former be being beIng being ¬
ing guests at the Windsor and the the1at the1atter thelat Jai Jailer ¬
ter at the Rudolf RudolfThe RudolfThe RudolfThe
The following resident of Washington Washingtonare ashingtonare
are registered at leading Atlantic City Cft Cfthotels
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A G Harpin J Green Unls B P PGreen PGreen PGreen
Green Miss P Bloom BloomYarmouth BloomYarmouthJohn BloomYarmouthJohn
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Garden GardenMrs Mrs W B S Cohen George GeorgeClymer GeorgeClmer GeorgeClymer
Clymer Walter nlter Burdett Mrs W V Bur Burdett BlJrdett Burdett
dett Miss Burdett G C Rankin RanklnWindsor RankinVlndsorCornellus RankinWindsorCornelius
Windsor VlndsorCornellus Cornelius Dacey Dac y R Crum Crumwellalty Crumwellalty Crumwellalty
wellalty 1V S Rossiter Mr and Mrs MrsS MrsS MrsS
S G KIngsley C A Lucknow LucknowMiss LucknowHampton LucknowHampton
Hampton CourtMiss M R Camille CamilleMiss 1
Miss Uss Alice Camilier E R White L D 15Longban DLonghm DLonghan
Longban Henry Allen AllenReade AllenReade AllenReadeMr
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Mount Vernon VernonL L R IL Marton William WilliamJ illiam illiamJ
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J J Johnson Mrs W G Osborne Mia MiaP MicaP
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Miss Clara MacDonald Miss Leona Me McDonald Ilc IlcDonald J
Donald E L Satterfield F H Welch WelchMiss WelchMiss I
Miss Lucie Robinson Robl son Miss E A Robin Robinson Robinson ¬
son W V F Schreve W V Neumyer J Loftus Lof Loftus Loftus
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S P House Eugene Jones Dr John M MWlnfree MWinfree MWinfree
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Nellye Goodwin Mr llr and Mrs Irs N E ERelne EReine EReine
Reine Mrs E Horn Miss E A Stret Stretton Stretton Stretton
ton P H Goundie and family Mrs M MV MV MV
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Mr and Mrs J B Lewis B Scott G GJamison GJamison GJamison
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Clarence Deale Mrs K H Connell Mr Mrand Mrand Ir Irand
and Mrs Irs L S Anderson A N Hamil Hamilton Hamilton ¬
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High HighWater Water Wat r Mark of Season Seasonat Seasonat eason easonat
at Ocean Grove rove and Asbury AsburyCamp AsburyCampjeeting AsburyCampMeeting
Camp Campjeeting Meeting and Childrens Carnival
Special to The Washington TimesASBURY Times TlmipaASBURY Tlm TlmASnURY
ASBURY PARK N J Aug 22 22Thls 22ThlsIs This Thisis
is tha highwater hl hwater mark week for As Asbury Asbury Asbury ¬
bury Park and Ocean Grove The zenith zenithwas zenithwas zenithwas
was reached today when thousands of ofpersons otpersons ofpersons
persons were unable to obtain rooms at attheir attheir attheir
their favorite hostelries The camp meet meetIng meeting meettag
Ing at Ocean Grove which began yes yesterday yesterday yestorday ¬
terday will last for ten days and in the thesister thesIster thesister
sister city across Wesley Lake the baby babyparade babyparade babyparade
parade carnival will bo held on Wednes Wednesday Wednesday Wednesday ¬
day Thursday and Friday of 0 this weeK WCCKTho woegThe weeKTho
Tho entries for the baby parade which whichIs whichIs whichis
Is to take place next Friday afternoon afternoonnow afternoonnow afternoonnow
now number nearly 100 but the entry entrybook < ntry ntrybook nt17book
book will remain open until noon of the theday theday theday
day of the parade and It is believed b Ueved that thatover thatover thatover
over SCO children will be recorded The Themasked Themasked Themasked
masked carnival on the boardwalk boardwalkon
on the evening of Thursday Au August August August ¬
gust 27 promises to be the hit hitof hltot hitof
of the carnival barring of course the theparade theparade theparade
parade of the children on the following followingevening followingevening followingevening
evening Queen Titania will be welcomed welcomedto
to the city en Wednesday evening Au August Auguilt August ¬
gust 26 and the coronation ball will be beheld beheld beheld
held that night at the Coleman HouseOn House HouseOn HouseOn
On Thursday afternoon the firemen of ofMonmouth oflontnOuth ofMonmouth
Monmouth county will parade here her sadthe aid aidthe Q1dthe
the fire fighters from a distance will re remain remain e emain ¬
main over and fake part with the mem members members members ¬
bers of the secret orders and others in inthe Inthe inthe
the masquerade fete that evening eveningThe eveningThe eveningThe
The final session of the Summer School Schoolof Schoolof Schoolof
of Theology was held last Thursday
morning The conference was a success successi SUCOO3Sand successand
i and attracted a a large number of clergy clergymen clergymen
i men and laymen to Ocean Grove On OnThursday OnThursday OnThursday
Thursday evening Handers oratorio of ofThe ofThe
uTho The Messiah was given in the Audi Auditorium AuditorIum Auditorium ¬
torium by 700 singers from Ocean Grove Groveand Groveand Groveand
and New York YorkThe YorkThe YorkThe
The following Washingtonians are areregistered areregistered areregistered
registered at the hotels here hereMiss hereMiss
Miss 1 > lIss M L Shriner is at the Coleman ColemanHouse ColemanHouse ColemanHouse
House HouseMr HouseMr HouseMr
Mr and Mrs Francis Lyle and Otto OttoCarmichael OttoCarmichael OttoCarmichael
Carmichael have rooms at the Metro Metropolitan lIetropoll Metropolitan ¬
politan politanMiss poll politanMiss tan tanltIlss
Miss Edna T Kuhlman Is at the St StCharles StCb3rles StCharles
Charles CharlesMrs Cb3rlesMrs CharlesMrs
Mrs F A Boyd Is at the Atlantic AtlanticHouse AtlanticHouse AtlanticHouse
House Ocean GroveMrs Grove GroveMrs GroveMrs
Mrs T C Miller Uller and son are at tho thoHotel th thHotel thoHotel <
Hotel Spray View Ocean Grove GroveMiss GroveMiss GroveMiss
Miss N L Norwood Is at the Minot MinotHouse MinotHouse 1InotHouse
House HouseOtto HouseOtto I IOtto
Otto Smith and Frank Lelffert ire arespending < re respending I Ispending
spending their vacation at NorwoodHall Norwood NorwoodHall No rwo 01 01Hall
Hall HallWilliam
William P Elliott Is at the Marl Marlborough Marlborough Marlborough
borough boroughMiss boroughMiss boroughMiss
Miss Hattie Dickenson is at the Hotel HotelColumbia HotelColumbia HotelColumbia
4 4nss
Miss nss Mary E Little and Miss nss AdeliaScott Adelia AdeliaScott AdeU AdeUScott
Scott are enjoying the summer at tho thoAshland thoAshland theAshland
Ashland AshlandCol f fCol
Col H G Anderson ana an I Mrs Irs Ander Anderson Anderson Anderson ¬
son are at the New Philadelphia Ocean OceanGrove OceanGrove OceanGrove
Grove GroveMiss GroveMiss GroveMiss
Miss L L Nlsblt Is registered at Sunset Sun Sunset Snnset ¬
set Hall HallMrs HallMrs HailMrs
Mrs C B Chambers and Miss B B BChambers BChambers BChambers
Chambers are at tho Lyndhurst LyndhurstMiss LyndhurstMIss LyndhurstMiss
Miss C B Williams Is temporarily temporarilylocated j jlocated I Ilocated
located at tho Ravenswood Inn InnSamuel InnSamuel InaSamuel
Samuel Rose Is enjoying the summer summerat summerat summerat
at the Hotel Monmouth MonmouthEd 1 1Ed
Ed S Stone William Haines nnd Miss MissFlorence MIS3Florence MissFlorence
Florence Haines of Washington V shlngton are areat areat areat
at the Washington WashingtonMrs WashingtonMrs WashingtonMrs
Mrs M D Blondel and Miss Florence FlorencoKlrtland FlorencBKirtland FlorenceKirtland
Kirtland are at the Berwin BerwinAMr BerwinMr BerwlnMr
Mr and Mrs Francis N1 Nye are atop atopplng atopping stopping
ping at the Ocean Hotel HotelMr HotelMr HotelMr
Mr and Mrs Charles Shields and andtheir andtheir andtheir
their daughter are at the Victoria VictoriaMrs VictoriaMrs VictoriaMrs
Mrs E M Schley is a newcomer at atthe atthe atthe
the Ashland AshlandRodney AshlacdRodney AshlandRodney
Rodney Lary is spending a week or ortwo ortwo ortwo
two at the Madison MadisonD
D M I Hess and family Mrs G GHess A AHess AHess
Hess and R D Supple have rooms at atthe atthe atthe
the Buckingham BuckinghamDr
Dr and Mrs J K Halley are at the theWest the1Vest theWest
West End HotelMiss Hotel HotelMiss HotelMls8
Miss Anne J Branson and Miss Pearl PearlBurdlne PearlBurdine PearlBurdine
Burdine are at the Spray View Oceaa OceaaGrove OceaaGrove OceanGrove
Grove GroveCharles GroveCharles GroveCharles
Charles N Richards is making his hisheadquarters hishendQuarters hisheadquarters
headquarters at the Summerfield Ocean OceanGrove OceaaGrove OceanGrove
Grove GroveMiss GroveMiss GroveMiss
Miss M B Berry arrived this weekat weekat week weekat
at the Franklin FranklinMiss FrankUnMiss FranklinMiss
Miss Florence C Paul PaulJs Is at the Waekington Wash Washington Waabinblon ¬
There is a combination of attractions attractionsat
at Cabin John Bridge today that should shouldattract shouldattract shouldattract
attract the largest crowd In the history historyof historyof
of the resort r ort As extra features Man Manager Ian Ianager ¬ t tager
ager Noonau Noo u has secured from San Fran Francisco Francisco Francisco ¬
cisco the reproduction of the recent recentJeffries recentJertrles recentJeffries
Jeffries Corbett fight which will wll be beshown beshown beshown
shown In the palm garden today and all allthe allthe altthe
the week for the first rst time In the East EastThes EastThese EastThese
Thes These pictures were were only secured after aftera
a great effort trort and should be the strong strongest strongest strongeat ¬
est bill the palm garden has had for forthis forthis forthis
this season Andy KImmel the man manager mana manager ¬
ager a er of the garden promises an entire entireset entireset entireset
set of pictures for next week some of ofthem otthem ofthorn
them travel views Iews others amusing and andstill andstill andstill
still others of a trick nature for theedification the theedification theedification
edification of the children Frederick FrederickBender FrederickBpnder FrederickBender
Bender the toner soloist who has made madea mad mada
a reputation for himself at the Bridge Bridgeof Bridgeat Bridgeof
of an enviable nature has a new set of ofsongs otsongs ofsongs
songs and will sing them in his inimit inimitable inlmltahle inimitable ¬
able style Today will be Irish Day Dayat Dayat Dayat
at Cabin John That is Haleys Band Bandhas Banllhas Bandhas
has prepared a program of Irish selec selections selections selections ¬
tions that should call forth responding respondingchords respondingchords respondingchords
chords In the breast of every Hibernian
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many in person at our store this week after one oneglance oneglance
glance at the prices we quote today A chance of ofsuch ofsuch
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