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and = Friday 11 ttJto i U 21J t m e AST DITION
With Cloning CIID A Y S Stoclc pe14NmiRER Frtees Frteesd59S I
OF nr Ur tfBISW 1 f faton e BRIT E t 71 71E EGGS EGGSConducts FPPQ lube lubeConducts EGGSConducts
Conducts Experiments Upon UponSamples UponS UponSamples
Samples S m les Obtained In InMarket InM InMtrket
Market MarketRESULTS M MtrketRESULTS lket lketRESULTS
Fight i ig t Against Agtlil st Isereaaed Maces ed d Cat etf etfLivm f fLivmg fLiving
Living Livm CeWi Candadbs C M ts tsGrw t tGrrN t tGrt >
Grw GrwThe GrrNThe Grt w
The greatest gr ea est sensation that has hascome hiscame laycone
come m in the course of this Jwesti Jwestigation vesti esti estig2tion
gation 1 which is being conducted condl cted by bythe bythe bythe
the special committee of the House HouseDistrict HouseDistrict
District Committee to investigate investigateinto
into the high cost of foods occurred occurredAt
At the third hearing of the commit Commtee committec committee
tee this morning n when Dr Wiley Wileyconducting Wi1eY7conducting Wileyconducting
conducting an experiment with sup supposedly supposedly
posedly fresh eggs which we we < i iboogbt
bought yesterday produced results resinwhich resultswhich I Iwhich
which in indicated that they were wereat at altleast atleast I
least ten months old oldEGGS oldEGGS oldEGGS
Dr Wiley used two tWo tests testsa 06
a 19 1 per cent ee t saline Boht rotation OlL oej and andthe aa4the addB
the other the caIMll candling process procerfore < Be Before B i ifore
fore cosBBaeacing the experiment experlmeststated 1ae e i isated
sated to the eoauatttee that if ifeggs the theeggs tJaeeggs
eggs were freD 88 s represented repreeentdbe to tobe 1 1be
be tier Ute would sink hnmedteteiv tmadieieJydropped WT in intbe i
the sltee solution He them tile dropped droppedlutioa droppedmore
more t a dam e Ia droppecll tM 110 sontioa 110utioB
lutioa a4 all of them with the dieexeeptiota tbeexceptkia theexception
exception of one rose to the flu fluThe urface urfaceThe surf surfThe riswtt
The fact that thy floated Dr DrWiley DrWiley I IWHey
Wiley explained was due to a asiderable con considerable ¬ j jsiderable
siderable amount of air bud inside the theeggs th theggs
eggs the presence eeee of which was in invariably javarlably lavariably ¬
variably a sign of age mm littleno little
no air is g found in fresh lIP aggsCaaetiBg lIPCaa adsCMtMg orJ1 orJ1no
CaaetiBg Show Sbr ts Air GkimlBm C GtarrtiasNow i iNow i iNow
Now sas scull ailtstl ihsf ben fJf r cv t1tI G r rbureau ebei ihnsdau ihnsdautxarean i I Ibares
bares hero are some eggs which w wknow we wtkThow
know are ten ell moorlM old By ustas ulrtge the thecandling UIecandJ1ng Ii IimOW
e candling helms method von can observe tb tbalr tIN tINar thuatr
alr ar chambers b In these ems eggaTil egTb emsThe
Tb Til eggs which were tea months moatateere ohv ohvwere oW 1 1oorMe
were ere held b 1d before tON a light which is fsin used usedIn I Iin
In the candling process p and the thepatches dark darkpatches i ipatch
patches patch on tbem indicating tndJea tile air airchamber at atchambers r i ichmben
chamber were ted with a pencil pencilAfter pencflAfter I IAfter
After this the ems ega wnleh were welleyestenY b bsuam j jyesterday
yesterday ae fresh f eggs ep a were also altobefore add addbefore 1 1
before beto the light I t and the air chambers chamberswere c cwere
were designated de in the Mine manner tmraarrhr d I I Iho
I Iht
ho result suIt rf vd v c tV tL i l O I Iwere IWere j
were known to be ten Months u c ceed oM lpee pee i iseeded i iIer
g seeded eed e ed edeggs smaller Ier air chambers tbsa the ueeg i ibeing j
eg eggs s MIreiIa8 yeeter ay the Iaoe bP bPbeing encase f fbeing
being that they were not ac old The Thuconvntttee J Jcommittee j IcommtttM
committee apparently was satisfied sadadedto as j jto i E
to the reliability of lb the testaChairman teats i iChairman
Chairman Moore attempted to find out outwhere eathere ° ° t I f
where the supposedly Iy fre fresh ti eggs enspnrchaced were werepurchased WfIeIurch w e re
purchased Iurch and what t price was paid for forthem fo fothem r t ttMm
them Dr WBey replied that one of th thmen the t tmen he I Im
men m n in th tM Bureau of Cfceaiistry C1 CeIistrygone bad badcone
cone to the Center Markert and called calledfor calledf cal calter bad1
for f r fresh eavntry eggs as any 1 par pOrchaser parchaser Qrcba
chaser would do but that n M had haddata no noSfeesM nodat
data with hint to IiIIow what price pricepaid was waspeJd wa
paid peJdS
SfeesM S Be Packet Fresh PressToward Freshreral reATowani
Toward the end of the tIaeera bearin acv acveral
era members of the committee committeeDr asked askedT uiItedDr
T Dr > r Wiley what sncgestions SGM a he sea seadffer could couldoffer euld euldg id
g offer to insure the consumer getting painwholesome 61 < i ihoJetiouM I Iwholesome
wholesome egg esp Dr Wiley said that thatin thais t I Iill
in order to brmg title about eggs mostl mostlbe m mbe plat I Ibe
be fresh when packed and kept at atlaw aj a i
low temperature re until delivered deber to t toongumar the theWhen tlaeWhen a11 a11re
oongumar oongumarWhen I
When asked bow long aaawr ail cavht enldkept be bekept bekept >
kept ia storage without hnpairtns its itsvalue Itaaue 1t 1tvalue s i 1
value Dr Wiley said that If Itstrictly It were tres s i istrictly iatrlcU
strictly atrlcU fresh when stored nme months psalm ttaa I Iwas j jwas 1was I
was not too long a time The TIIetter TIIetterreets matter matteTeets r j
reets entirely he asserted with thfreshness th threhJteN o J Jare
freshness of the eggs at the tiMe dsaneare tbq tbqare
are stored storedthins Storage does hint add addiDg any anything j
thins iDg to the nutritious value loe of efnor an anor egg eggnor
nor or does it take anything aa from it Itt Itthe anlsss uawt a i itbe
the t e egg is sttgntly stale when WtaeIIIa packed packedIs packedIa
Ia the latter event tiM theCoodaued decomposition decompositionContinued cIec INIqIlNlltIuu INIqIlNlltIuuC8BtIInMd
Continued oa Seventh PageWEATHER Page PageWEATHER PaseWEATHER >
The weather h > warmer hi the Atlantic AtIaadcats AtlitatiStates d
States ats and It is considerably eolllllclerabl y colder colderthe in inthe illthe
the middle west No unusually oauausilytemperatures low lowtemperatures ow1e
temperatures 1e perature however prevail ia inregion any anyregion aayr
region regionThe r regionThe on onTh
The Th winds along the New Newmiddle England and andmiddle an anmiddle > i
middle Atlantic cossb coastwiH wee be DeoaM DeoaMwe bewesterly saoderai saoderaiwester at e
wester westerly on the t south Atlantic AtJaadcliCbt Atlanticlight scant
light to moderate westerly woateriyt rt 111 baeomitns ansminr ansminrvariable
1 variable on the east Gulf coast light lightto J Jto 1to i t
to moderate variable variableFORECAST vaxtabieFORECAST leFORECAST
Partly Partl cloudy toni tonight bt and Fridaymuch Friday not notmuch DOtnUda
much change in temperature temperaturetemperature mnnf latin e etoperatu r ailiiliiMim ailiiliiMimlight
temperature re tonight beat i i ilight dam
light to moderate rate WreterIyTEMPzRAnJJtE weateiiy winds whileTTIPEAATUBE j jTBMPeRATCIUE
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TofaylOgh IfHiII7Bk Toda7I tide 9 a m amt l l1L K iips p pja
ja Low tide el S 511 s L m and 4M 4 p m mTomorrow
Tomorrow T low High n igh tide Je2I 2 a L LD m s1G and a d
lo p m Low tide tId 4 4J1 3i a L m JD and aq 40 40p I IDL l4p b db
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pun = rises 7 7ua 1 1CONDITIOIS
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Publisher r Declares Postoffice PostofficeSalaries PostofficeSalaries PostofficeSalaries
Salaries Fail to Attract AttractCapable AttractCapable AttractCapable
S SeM n 4 tsl r Gore Offers 0 efs ReS Resetetion ResetetionAt nilo niloAnhoriziag ti n nAmlMrizi uou
Anhoriziag AmlMrizi At theriziRg g Inquky l iry Into RailroMs Rail Railreads RailrNds
reads Shape I Ial Carrying Mails Mailsthe Mails1Iaat Mailsthat
that the PsuUjtmB rlJ rlJAde Prwro X > epa i islant
slant it hteHlekr Ade beesnes beesnesiaM4hn1K hlraua Iiatl Iiatllaid
iaM4hn1K an laid that k tit t has too great greatami lI4ta t ta
a pace is t 8e41 el YMcirsal ami that thatso dIat1M
1M t he Leasure of omce 01 a tile tiley et > fcwc fcwceo to
so short they ay y are unable te vet ac acgoabtted ac1 ac1were acwilla =
goabtted willa the detaUs G u thewere fII8ee fII8eeWeft
were made today before + e the liceComaittinp 11 11ec saes
Committee ec on Postofsjees POIItoacI nd Poelroada
by Oeorge Glar + pte W Willer ptsitieat Ll A Atbe of oftile ofhe
tile t he Butterick PubUshins Pu Company CaaOttayIr y yJIIr
Jdr Ir Wilder Wilder continued his testimony testimonybefore t testianoabtlotti oay oay1tdOft r rtr
before the committee to sosjese e sos an us lit litIn
crease ht the secondclass c postage pt s rfageu e rates rauTab
Tab T lie tM Po toftkoe Dq neptartpe + at 1 tof sot at atof
of tIM belt of poUtie and put h in tIN tINbaRds Linoandit
bW bands b andit of a business man said Mr MrWilder mfrilder
Wilder W ilder Sock a man would be een eentvsnted it itronted
tvsnted f with h a great problem he would wouldbe wouldbe
be t hero and probably a martyr If Ifsuch I Itack f
such a man after Investigation rUo says 111 i ir it itis Itry t
is necessary ry to increase the sedsaddada seoand seoanddass 1MdMMIelMs
elMs race we would say y do so eba bat I in int inIaereaahm n
Iaereaahm > h JO o treat t us an alike There Therei Titeris e
is i no Justification a for separating tn the theatagashte
measilne and aewapapera ne > suspei pen IT yon cant cad cadput t
put the right thing through throughbe Congress
he wen aDd deat put the wrong Ud ttIarcIap tbfitthrooah
3 No o business bust a concern anoeiadoiag doing a aef buslncsc buslncscof
of faB piiiifl nMB saht id Mr Wilder would wouldment
ask fin high okialeifale to work fir fira the t h e
eaJarIea a l arfes arfespsi paif psi m the PlMt08lce PlMt08lceDIeIIt Depart Departeat
ment > eat Tbesalaries TIMIMId The aipties pMU them be lieciumot said acidcinneR
cannot possibly bly attract the caliber calibermen of elIDeII
men wa would be aJi1IecI to sat satbeet the theorlt
beet work orlt He pobated out that It ie t tfer
possible for a Postmaster General Generalset te
set a zraap ef Ie department t
during < the short time he is in oAce 0 oeven t ee eetort
even en if his department were free from frompolitico t tpolitics tort
politico politloMr politicsair
Mr Mr Fassett tt a member lDlter of the ccNR cowntittee cow oommttt
mttt ntittee U e e resented the inference that the thePQstofnoe
PQstofnoe Of Pepartsaeat had been tenth tenthout
out the tprvioess kea cs + aleteat aleteatmed eat Ituableal eniaeef
med He cited dt the servless of John Johnthe I IhelDlIe tor
RltauuAalteerhsm helDlIe he eltatateerlaed 111 b4I aa
de e or tb dIe dIetile eaiKif = ptars I I
the worM and am dN the aAlt3n aAlt3nof admlnistnShm admlnistnShmof 1
of Ueorge CorMtyou Cot talyou g who W1Io be sam acidas ta taan I
an excellent type of practical l business businesstbe 00 ° °
ha zd inferring to the corn to the Gov GeraeJit Oiwermaaeat
ernment tr handling second oecoadcdasg class mat at
ter Mr Wilder admitted d test that on a
haul like Uk ts > tR 4t fr from om Xw York to t o
Washington Slate tb the cost t70e to tile GoY GoYernlDPDt
ernlDPDt mould ouJd be about S cents and a d I
that It would receive from the publisher er r
only 1 cent He maintained however er
that the short hauls han u > a would materially materlaU materlaUeduce y
reduce r tile total cost and said that a
large factor in the cost to the Oov
eminent would be found f aDd in the rates rates
paid to tbe railroads ra rarhe railroadsservice
rhe The ra railroads reda Fe paid more for the
service v they give tile tb Goernmnt
said lei Mr Wilder than is neosssavy c f tor
the t service > required
magaxfaoee rfDeir
Oft < ° n
long hauls haulsB ule uleBy
B By haulsnldlutIon a resolution nldlutIon offered in the Senate
this Y morning S by Senator Gore of Ok
laboma 4 ba it is provfced that an invest investor Inv sail
ptlon ai he made or o the csnrparatfve n lYe eeIIt t
or txansporting tJaD < nccond class mail 1 mat mat t
ter t rates1n er In this and other countries of tbe t
rates nt charged era r l lfor by bycompante railroads to express ex press presseItss
nnnieo companteera for carrying rrtttg the same e class
of matter and of the postal rate rat I
charged eha by raflw b for this tit class o of I
mail iI in the I Irmbhan > cmnion bton of Canada jnd n 3
other foreign counu lea
The proposed action is to determine dne if i f
possible whether or not ithe the railroads railroadsare s
are arec charging c C exhorbitantly y high rate rateJ rat es
rr carrying J > second J JGovernment dais matt for the th r
Government t and the resolution was in inspired inspired ¬
spired by b tb recent report of the Post Postmaster Po8ter ¬
master ter er General lal This report snowed a
derdt of many minions of dollars in t n
the handling aDd delivery of second secondernes aeoon d
ernes mail The Oklahoma Senator is of ofthe o f
the opinion that such an Investigation Investigationas n
as provM provided d to TWin reveal h + I the fact factby f fthat ac t
that too much money Is bong c cby hssxed
by the railroads for then t service entceTte
The suggestion 1R 1oa has come to Mr Gore or e Cthat
that the express p companies which
handle large cotwi core nmente of periodical periodicalfor
for newKstmnds receive a lower rate hat
from frc + as the railroads than the Government Governmentreceives t
receives from the railroad muadHTig haAdH the th tham t
tams e13rr ei ns of matter m tter It ban also bur been beensnnesfe beenFU n
snnesfe FU to him that the railroads i in
the t Dominion union n of Canada and other coun counroads sou n
tries rant lower ales that do tile tall
roads roe4Isof of the United Stale for the hand
lh ling g of econdda3B da mail mailant 1
On arrount ant of the wbnencs of Senator Sellat < r
Urter te ter r chairman of the Committee CoIIInaIt se on
P Aces and Postroads the tenon n
On went ent over for consideration ootuidetatioxmorrow to to
morrow nwrrowTAFT 1IIOIIOWTAFT morrowTAFT > >
Accepts Invitation I vitation to Marietta MariettaU MariettaURJess 4arieft a
U URJess > less Yale Date DateCoflflicts DateC
Coflflicts CoflflictsT7nless C ts tsu t
T7nless u the dates I f the Tate y T7nl T7nlof 1s f
wnlty graduation exRtdesa and t UIt HfIl
of Xarietta arIetta College conmeC tile PFeei PFeeid wIeRt
dent d nt will accept the hrvftatte of Pre President IdeBt Pre ¬
dent A T Perry of the OhIo Ohiotbn institu institution t1ItIoII ¬
tion to deliver an address there satitup OR ORJune 011JUDe o oJame
June 15 tfThe 15rite
The mvttatio tttatb awes presented te tbe tberesident
resident Pn t thte morning by Mr Perry P eery
who was introduce with former State Spa eeryto to
Senator Dana ADd a delefaUoa dele atbs ot o f fPt uo 0
aluMni Pt rees by Representatives Joyce JoyceThe and andtrue
Perkins PerkinsThe PerktDsThe
The Th e Marietta commencement fat J June true
wall be the seventyfifth e ft1tyfltth and the pre ¬
dent of the college and many influential influentialalumni fftI
alumni members JII are anxious to have La Laeaf v e
die President Pr present presentTbe eatThe eaf
The chief meayrsctcrfese executive aete however will let letnothing
nothing mterfese with his attendance UIR attendancethe jaaee at atDANIEL t
the paIuadoa of his con Robert at
RICHMOND RICUlfO RI RNUtiD D Jan 1TI 27 Tbe Legisiature Legisiaturebar Lnsisktabar hue hueha2 re
bar reelected reekrte4Jebu Jobii W 2 Daalel > aalel for the thesixth theth t tafatth h e
sixth th time to the United States Senate SenateTwentyav he e
Twentyav years is les a long time for fora tora f fa or
a brand of cnswing cilawln tobacco t basso to stand standat star starat d
at the top upreme and uncon UDconteeted tested cp
piper Heidsieck enjoys that dietinctioiu pk
Boutell Bo outell tel1 Quotes From Edi Editorials Iditorials Editarials
torials of Lone Star StarState StarState StarState
R Rspt cans ans Roar With Laughter LaughterAt Lau er erAt
At Discomfiture of ofOpponents ofOpponents o
Opponents Opponentsi
seas to the PT gayagr of ofto aa4isas and andb
i to immpnls literature Representative
BeatteII Sepubncan of Illinois talked talkedin talkedabe
abe Tessa Grant I Teua for an
hour d the I3ou Hou > < re nty 7 in J ram < r a aPSpgowtative
H PSpgowtative presentathr Henry Psmoerat OC1 of ofTttxaat <
Texas rx who recently aaonilcd die Payno I
AN taut mil by sayins a that ba s > i
navimt w ours miuinmy ptt onhtp 1 an WMl tler rthte tIII t rusat i
nefarious n os osTh mssinra mssinraThe lra i
Th The e Coagi Uoaareaafoat r ssfcinsl Reseed tfiro tomorrow tomorrowwOI > iowAOrawwlS w j
will be the HveUesC tieeament wacnnient t loaned loanedtea 1
tea the Prmtmg OMce bt unary amar a ai aBryan aBrTa
mar i
BrTa Bryan Senator uator Bailey and ehnmp e eC1aIk
Clack agure1 ftol mdireetly In h Mr M Bootsirsoration DoaeJ Irorat Bootsirs
oration orat He came ra loaded down wa with withTehtaa I
Texas newspapers penr some printed ht htSpanisli IRIII
Spanisli and some hi Bullish Takmg i
Mr 111 Henrys Henn s almjcattsns of orbeGt attl grnsning
throughout tl + ratpthoot beGt the land M Mr Bowed pro prooeeded
oeeded to read the New ew Year elttorialJltru
mesh tte + apgyeri < In Y cysts Texas net netell ilirtrtccmach
mach ell sang a song of praopscKy praopscKyyear It I KIQ post
t time bette rproap rproepects eeu and a JIorteua JIorteuaY giorioWylir
year Y j I ased Each told in proverbial proverbialTexas prrprbktlTexas l lt
t Texas T xa eloquence of the land of swn swnIna
lawe shpts as represented ecI Ia the 1 e sa
j StMeD08 state Does that sound 11ka e uc Ie peea anoaaiWt
Ina because INca of J the Payne Pa7 Miir bill deeaamtl deeaamtlb dam II IIell n4 n4ed
ed Mr Boutell oWell wit witaDd haJmast mhrateUfce mhrateUfceregularity miaatellloe
regularity and to hilarious applause ue oa oatbe oathe
the t he Republican side sideHenry aideKeary Ide
Henry Refuses t is Sit SitBoprssVntative
Aept BoprssVntative + urntativR tatJ Clark from f + otR whose whosecampaiga whoeeav whosecornpaiga
i campaiga eav speeches II Hebe Mr Boutsll alsolead also alsoread
read extracts sat smiltog through it itmembsn it ita31
aIL T Taw membsn of the House Housebeaded HOU8etIy
beaded most persistently Ptii tIy by 1 y jfcV 7 Henry Henryftmnixtlrf
Mild < 1 1 to eMI aaM jb jby the
bur alathl lmahty y Mr Busted ha hayid
yid b + nr one and ntadt ntadtand
aM loud clamor of Y rehoaa ises oe the ftcar ftcarlesuttso k iMr
lesuttso Mr Hecry B4r 17 woumnt btt take bis bisseat hi histmt
seat t and toe chair it pounded the deck
most vigorously ri
vt riMr
Wbe Mr Boutell tell I began agan to rend r
Spanish prosperity JW II It edltsrfcUe tb the of o ¬
ficial ial stenographers fled Jhlln JhllnFrom In retreat
From a Waco paper t a es Pied d Demo Democratlc DerJIoaatlc Demoezade
cratlc paper per declared jtr Beutrft Beutrftbsuae
eame as i item III HI saMtance Ie that
Bryan Bailey and c leak
have led a lattilled tonkelr taw tins
bsuae of our fathers and It te roc recJIC ung
aeenewhers new JIC tnTed upon the 1MJIIr alesh
bJUs bJUsMr n
Mr Chard grinned Mr BonteU eon
tbue4 tbue4WhO tiauedft u
Who knows t nova but that the groaning
to which my friend from Texas refers
fe > but the thewho p platatlve oed bray bra y of thte donkey
who seek k food f an and the old homer homerPayae bcerPay
Pay e Shakes With Lzfegbter L hter j jbill
SeNono B K Payne author or the ta tabill tart I I
bill shock with wa laughter until his portly portlyct Ortlyfo
fo and reddened face loomed 4 as u ui titsi3epubwta > i
i i3epubwta ct pubK < ui side like the beadlight oc oca i i
a steam roller rollerAnd rollerADd I
And sun Mr 3 > 1r r Boutell continued U t rea redo reat
this t paper and nd thaT thatt all allwttb snrehargec surrebar > Kt Kttrkh j
wtth prosperity JMOtIIP prospetityiruNlred itID8PIred inspired rbetoricai ef et
forts of most lowery nature natureMr JltureMr astuteMr
Mr Henry fiwjly I deliv livered r d what he
thought t to b be tp squelcher kbt hi the way
o of a comeback eom ebac bac when be Med MedHG sk d dHow
How HG ioec the be gentleman from Illi Illinois 1111note ¬
note 13 account for the high prices prIcesAre of ofeverything
everything everythingAre
Are prices high h asked a Mr BeoteH
hi apparent innocent wonder wonderThey wond woror
They are thundered Mr Henry
Would the gentleman from Texas s
have the prices reduced T TI
I would responded tes the theuf gentleman lIIl1n
from Texas hi n hnomi momentary tary taryKic1lt t tMight triumph =
Might igLt Si S rt 02 Cates2ban Cottoa CottoaThen Cottcm1INIa I
Then suppose the gentleman from the thegrand thegraJMI thegrand
grand old State of Z Texas etaa xae b 1k > x + gms by low lowering IowerDg lowering ¬
ering tbe price of 15sent eett eetiea purred purredMr JtUIT8dXr
Mr Boutell BoutellThe BoutellThe
The Republicans embraced omesaot oneanotber oneanotberfiguratively OReauetberfigurattftly
figuratively and literally nteraUYJam James Taw Tawney TawBey
They stepped his nearest neighbors back backand Meltad backand
and Serena E Payne stepped himself hhnselfon h f fon
on the most prominent portion of his hisanatomy hisaJUrt01DF hisanatomy
anatomy which is located in front frontmiddle trontmldd1
middle aisle aisleRepresentative aiReR4PIesentathoe
Representative Burleeon Democrat of oftbe
the State that is going to ngure Apregreatly so sogreatly
greatly in the Record tomorrow hurried urrled
into the chamber clllR er about this time e sorry
to have missed anything anytHn He arrived
hi time to hear erseveBI several papers in his
district triet declare editorially that times timesever tiMeIever timesneter
ever > ever were better feetterIt 1etterIt
It was the cotton colloquy that
brought out the first firstdisplay display of ill tem temper teMper ¬
per between Mr Boutell and Mr Henry
The latter wanted to answer Mr
BouteiTs quest queaton on it l t length and Mr
BoateD was sorry tat t jat applause from
both sides ba1 ha i so drowned the Texas Texasmembers TebliJDelftbels Texasanembets
members origl orightal ram reply repl that he couldnt
hear ft It He declined to yield further furtherand turtbraad
and after the chair had thoroughly ma masag JRa8 I
sag ageel 4 the marble desk in front of him himIng hi hiwas hintorder
order was restored and the paper read
I lug continued continu Mr Boutell making jn5 cut cutSON cuttittg I
till < side remarks as he proceedod pr prSON I
Ka Karschman bH1an Baum Baum7 Baltimore Meat MeatDeafer MeatDeai
Deafer r Widely Known As Charit Charitable Charita ¬ I
able a agile Je Merchant MerchJnt Dies Suddenly SuddenlyBALTIMORE SuddenlY6BALTIMORE i i
BALTIMORE Jan 37 1Kar + Krschmaa KrschmaaBaum chtw RarachinsuBawtt
Baum seventytwit tw reads ye old who w O f8rJIIOIt tar tarmore sr srmore I
more than fifty years was waS in the msat msatbnstosss atb1 raoaLbesneea
bnstosss in Baltimore died suddenly suddenlyearly suddenl7erty suddenlyearly
early this morning at Ms borne iK iKWast lCiWMt iiiWest
West North avenueMr avenueMr avenue veWoer
Mr r Baum was wellknown wellJ wn throughout throughoutthe out outthe
the city as a most charitable e man manWhen maDthe
When the poor werouMbe t purchase purchasemeat purchaHt
meat t he frequently gave large quanti quantities quantlt quaastities ¬
ties t 1ep away away w y and often soht his goods at ata tI
a loss to aid them themAbout thenLAbout
About 53 i38 oclock this morning hie hiePOM hts10ft
son David D vId Baum miased his father fatherfrom fathertrom
from his room He found him ia tb tbaxby tka I I i
axby rotamdsadt zoom rQDmcba dsad
Mo Modern ern Portia and Accused Accused Na Navy y Officer I
Who Declares Dedar She Can Save Officers Under Charges
POSTAL nmi UuiAL mm SA OnliilBJ OnliilBJFeature AYINat AYINati VIH VIHmLL
Feature Requiring RequiringIn Depots DepotsIn DepoftIn De
In Local Banks Mmy MmyStop Myr MyStup Ma MaS r
Stop S Eight Eighttors
TM eull suheedtidibec J oat the Senate Postafsde Mt MtIR
afsde aooaaarg IR < LA 1Ma oC settatoes s sten
ten Carter DoBrrer and Owen which wtdekIaatruct4A whichwas I Iwas
was instructed by the the ou commit D it a it to todraw toW toraw
draw d raw W up a new bffl b on postal MIIItaleoplel savlncsbanks savlncs savlapbasks
banks has complete the bffl bfflCommittee 1IIILIt biQ biQIt
It will be accepted l tld by tile PGt PGtCoImIIIttee c cComiMttee
Committee and will probably be m mtroduced 1 1raduced
troduced t late thto aftermmn aftermmnthe aftenIeeLne afternoenThe
ne new biD contain a p avfafea We u thatthe I
the postal savings vm fund shall be de deposited depse
pse posited + ltad ta n meal banks Tina provhnen provhnente prorleiors
te I s expected to prevent the postal sar sarmgs stmosey r
mgs money from flowing flowtn m lateo the b bKastem ° g gpastern
pastern banks and is s victory tw torWestern er erVat
Western Vat ft renatsrs SeIat raIt
It Is probable probablenew that the met that t tIle tIlewtI i ifrom >
new wtI as It ee from the commit commHban committese tt ttt
t tese contains a p oooftld n m that tb tbIaI1 money moneyabaft
ban be deposited depositedjn m local banks willprevent will willte willtM
jn prevent event tM big light ewer er tile tilelit measmre measmreit
lit h it tM Senate which was expected Had HadtJds Hadthis
this peovblon 1sIo act MeA Gt 1ft tile SeD SeDate Senate
ate te Iws tosureents bL E4DUI mts would have 1 fought theaueuttare the thejure tb6JMIW
aueuttare aueuttareThe jure jureTbe
The new bill bill contains features feMu of both bothprovides bottbe botbhe
tbe t he caner bill m amt the Harsh biD It Itprovides
provides that the money collected by bythe bythe
the postal savings banks shall aball1ft bo 4 4postted de depodted
postted to the local banks mtablyla mtablylaf iatabIy tntabtyInpropotadoa In IntIoa
propotadoa tIoa to the capital ad surptlus surptlusef rplas rplasf
ef f the different 4 t banks Deposits DepO t1I are arenational areto areto
to be made In State bans as wall 1 All Allnati asnational
national Dsl banks and the banks are to togive topye togive
give either Indemnity In bonds or furnish tunalacoUatfl1Ll furnishcollateral
collateral aecvrtty security y for the deposits epo
Police Fear Attempt Att > imt Wilt Be BeMade BeMade BeMade
Made to Release ReleasePrisoners ReletsePrisoners ReleasePrisoners
Prisoners Prisonerst
NSW YORK Jan TLArlnsd 27 iA iAare Armed guarsfe guarsfefellow gear gearare
are today plellltDli to r rears with badlets but butaD
lets aD dIort to rue I jnatds Laps LaIM1he LapsIke
1he Back Hand Cs Ollar ar add his JInftl1uow seven sevenfellow
fellow Italians naJ who are an trial hi the theFederal beFede theFederal
Federal court on tile eaara c > arg of makingand making makingand I IaM
and passing countertVjt > t tIT money msntyUnited moneyUnited
United IT States Marshal Henkel today todayand todaybanir todayI
I sued order banir barrtrg from Ju Jw < tce Bay Bayeoart a acourt
court room aD pear gs other than au auaad sub subpoenaed
poenaed wttaase and iupmahie l tII attar attarthe sUMneys
neys I It le T1 Secret Service amenhave amen aea1eanaed
have learned that a d rIDC piCK exists exbIUto existsto
to ftIIICGe the alleged couaterfelterswhile counterfeiters counterfeiterswhite couatertettenwtdJe
white another plot e fr U fcs to intimidate intimidateby u uby
by means of stgnn any y witness who whotakes witstake
takes 1 Ute stand atandNe standXo 1ItaDd8uck
Xo such action hAs L been taken fatFederal IIIFeI fat InFederal
Federal courts la K Nf York t tAD for years yearsvie yearsAn
AD 1m > erecedeatd Dted n muss of arnet Ser SeranMd Seevice
vie vice men armed are war waaderiag < d rmg tnrowgh tnrowghbe t tUIcJe tarsaghtits
tits be corridors UIcJe of th ytisrsi Feissipry bummag bummagprepared buIWIacto bu > N aR
prepared to put down down any arTreKDC attempted sttrmptcdlascuc attemptedrmua
lascuc lascucThe reKDCIM rmuaThe
The eight men on trial ue e Laps aa4 as asleaders oIl oIlQui8epIM d i iI
Qui8epIM MOftIk said 10 jae the theat leaders JeMersel
I of the coonterfe couotertettnc ttae band Antonio AIItaaNeta A Ce Cecala CeI CeIcaJa
eta Salvatore Cma Tmcenco ViaceaooOuiseppe GIIrHo < gHo gHoGuiseppe I
Guiseppe CaDohlo CaIIo1doUcbolo Gumeane Primers Palmeroand Primersand
and Ucholo Sylvestrs SylvestrsAntonio SylvatraADtoIa1o SylveetraAntonio
Antonio Comtto a printer was the theftrst thetr thee
ftrst tr witness at the morning sessionearring cession re reFalks le lethe t e
earring the tertlmoav t y he began yNte yNteday er erday r
day whoa he said be had beam Joyed Joyedu epley epleyas eel
u a pr punter and then taken to toFalls
Falls near West Point X T wbere wbereforced wilenbe who whohe
be was forced to toon print bad > I d aai 35 35on M1s M1sOI1a b
on OI1a a bandpress ft9L
Counsel Cou el Carr of Delaware Delaw re and Hudson Tells House HouseCommittee HouseC9mmittee HouseCommittee e
Committee Equipment Eq1 pment of Open Cars With Steel SteelStakes SteelStakes SteelStales
Stakes Would Cost 36000000
The opposition to the Oral m bun bunwhich 101I11
which weald N4IUke railroads to equip equipwith uip
with steel stakes Btak all open and asndolal asndolalber pndohacars DIa
ears used m the trranapottatfoe or lum lumber
ber was beard by the Interstate Int Ntate and andForeign and1ioreta
Foreign eta Commerce Coau iercE rc Committee ee of the theBoee theNoose
Noose 1 this mommg JROIJda The committeepreviously committee committeelumbermen
previously bad I a hearing to the thelumbermen
lumbermen who are in favor taT of o the tiermeasure theS
JDeII measure measureso S 58 Many ay railroad men are ic atten attendance tte Ltteadance ¬ I
dance upon the hearings that a as 1 after afternoon afternoon ¬
noon session beginning begs di I P at 2 oclockwag oclock oclockwas oclockwas I
was add heldLewis addLewis
Lewis A Carr cstuis counsel for the r DfIIa DfIIaIUM1 Deisware > ela elaware
ware and Hudson outlined at fenh the theTCtt ureuon thereason
TCtt TCttroads reason why in t opinion off t the ran ranrlaada ra rar
roads r legislation tIoB of this kind would w be beharmful be1IanQtuL beharmful I
harmful No steel stake be f fitdared fitdaredhas ecnred ecnredhas laredhu
has yet been found to give e satisfaction satisfactionHe
He figured fI that at the lowest estimate estimateit 8ttmatit I
it would cost the raHrr rallrf0a4s 4s of tl the e coon country eountry coontryte1IA1 ¬
try tryte1IA1 iaew9W a to equip their cars ht this thismanner thisJllJlDer thismanner
manner and that this amount was was en entirely enUrely eattrely ¬
tirely too great for an experimental out outlay OUtlay outlay ¬
lay layi
The Interstate Commerce Commission Commisalonl1e i ie
> l1e e said already bad the A44i3A power itMce t g +
quire the railroads to make JIIabof a change changeof thengtof
of this kind and bad handed 1aaadedopiDIoa down lawnopinion an anopinion °
opinion in which tb UztY 3y y edded eddedthe grfitwT aJa8tthe > grfitwTthe iao
the lumbermen Additional amenments q
to the present law according ceonl to M Mr r
Carr are not necessary as far as tin tincommom the thecommissions rs s
commissions commom i8Idon8 a powers JM wenJ in the theare IN premises premisesare Au Aueorac
are concerned eorac rJMCl He expressed the far ¬
ther belief that th the proposed plan of ofviiI
having viiI < the railroads ra r0ad8 and the tbeagree 8hppen abippenagree
agree < upon the cost of staking a lum ¬
her load might m bt open up opportunity for forrebating forot fo t
rebating img aa > t other transportation tins taMtpr tinsEdgar ¬
bles blesEdar
Edgar pr J Rich general eral solicitor of tile °
Boston and Maine followed Mr farr
He too declared the Interstate Com Commerce Coinmet ¬
merce met c1CCaa Commission already aI had all n the theregulative theNCUlathofa tb tbrasa e
rasa regulative powers necessary necks as recent feces i
Scpreme Court tut decisions try ia the car dis ¬
tribution cases bad h indicated TIle rail railroads railroads ¬
roads however lie 11 e said Mid might be will ¬
tug to equip cars with wit b a reasonable reasonablestake steel steelbelieved
stake aDd agree ree with iti t the miPPer6 au to t o
thdurreRCeln the difference In oaclIn edina costs but he
believed thin thi amour t to be infhUt InflDJttWmaL simaL
Other railroad men m are to follow this thisafternoon th thafternoon
afternoon and nd i ret1It > rec nt additional a4ktftloaa1l1ftgur figures 8
in an attempt to 6 show 8h that the present presentarrangement plPIIenta preacharrangement t
arrangement a t whereby the shipper fur1 fur1nisbee fur turni8be1s furnlsbes
nisbee wooden stakes stak on all al lumber
laden ears is the better ett plan and that t
it te not as expensive to the shippers a awas all allwas awas t
was contended JeCfterdlL r estrday by IUID lumbermen lumbermenvho lumennenwho ierrq en
who testified Jjef e re the s cjUQQUttesw ipult ttgpr
To Be CourtMartialed for lasting lastingDr
Dr E E S Cowles Cowl
Miss Hessler Opposing At Atteinpt AtHOX
teinpt > + e t to Bar Her er Story Storyof Spa Spaof ory oryr
of r 11 N PAlft waiSean waiSeanHessler 11 + r 1I A1 I
B082OX 1 Jan ZTlu 3 Through tIN titsof teN
of t te e nMcers accused Miss Dorstbr
T Hsssssr st of Chicago hi having every ear earsiTatt
sSJsrt made today to Innate her ap apneetm 3J1qpoa
pesrance qpoa the wlties stand at atoaartmardat Ute
cecrtartlal te testify III behalf of ofmaa tJw
maa who 8 is last 18 t be her betrotbad
Sa neetm Robnett and hisPahrraster his aaod associate 1 L late
Paysnaster Auld Anidof A1II4Tttoacb AuldThough
Though rsmata5 rt gaetty at the h e
of IlK uncle unclebe MIIIII
p Masser k said 1D
be directing ti tipow die ampatga apMet UIe
pow po7 n that be who wit b here v noimated noimatedI hlt t eel
abet her t testimony wm
7 DOt be accepts
I Mo ta the hearing ac the lb teD Charle a
navy 00 yard aniSIIe yard9be
SIIe baa frosty
her cealwiou t l hRce e
that be earn dear
tile two stases ol ofto
all rhariea oc
conduct u
unbecoming to togcstflenmn
an of1lcer Ad a oat gcstflenmn tleanan or anjusti
Inahle i aM attack upon Dr E S Cwl CWhet < wI + riss
What te more important to
her dectera decterawM deda
u dIaL s4 wM dear
them H Her r ac acindicates ac
u ID coining con oat from Ctucs o Je y
day indicates 1eatfS that she is a young wont t
kn of some win winnp ill Of hrT own
Her version t the IcWeats Jeadtag Isadis s
up to te they aamy at tile DOW femous IaMouat a
onne at td the navy yard she sbb asserts aseetaQuite hi hita
Quite enough to t exonerate ex boa JIaaoI a
and bin feed
bm > Header chews Ute JWOMIItiDIs pr prof I Ior
or a devoted voted atia attachment Rtllt to Dr Drin BobItett
ta coming eeaa so far to tell her story
said one of the surgeons tIUl dIIIs friends rieadtr oobae but It I Ity
they win not alto bur to o tell H It kwould It
WOuld be a ago agar al naval val e aDd
coart1IIarUal law to allow this pl to
go on the stand standTh 1JtaJMLT1Ie
Th The Chicago girl l who is > 8 th the e central cent
> II8ure In the dltiJIQte Is at the hoses OaeoI of
v Hoary 1 KD1H I iibsura lass WIde s dao
1 aim In Everett
She has
teethed self leers elf
U newspaper menSDottty men JfteDSborUy
SborUy alter her arrival ha the city citywere
site o unfca
eommunkateJll uu with 5w8e R Rob Ro
nor tt and the theTao the
t l1JDebed ached
together loge logeJas
TIll approaching approachingached tria triwhisk wIriIk
JanUlUy Jas nary 31 was the ODe topic during dart opens
the most 1 anicllt it is thought that plamJ p 1
were made to overcome the
redtape and a red
military WtaIy tradition which
it is feared
may mavtestimony tea teake
keep ep Miss HtI8 Heeer from rom he
JME8eDti1ll r
testimony ke Jmon JmonLater
Later In the da1 da y e she e was f fnavy saes hi the
navy yard in an automobile follow following fn
a conference with some of the fellew fells w
ofncers of Paymaster Auld and Surgeon
Robnett a None of the ofncera con c oa ¬
cerned hi Sjb9 b ns case as s probable bIe witnesses witn
would break k 1aI8dscieet ate dlscraet scsaet silence One 0
however ho hobees words summed med up the situation lltuatbnThe in
these worts wonl wonlr1Ie
The girl is determined cJete to save Dr
Robnett in spite sptt of the notoriety D it may ma y
armor to her Her relatives are against
such suet action but I am toM she aidemade hasat has
made up her mmd C of course that th at
settles the matterNEW matter matterNEW IntttlNEV
TO COST 400000 400000Company 400000Company
Company to Erect Hostelry Near NearStation NearStation Ne ar
Station Files Inco Incorpora Incorporation lpOra lpOration
tion Papers PapersThe PapersTIM
The Washington Hotel aompeawinner Company Companywhich y
which te tp t erect within wit tap u ooming oomingyear GOllltagyear ooatl ooatlyear ag g
year for occupancy P8JKY next ext October kts Hr er aga a a40Ssa
4 40Ssa hotel tel oa Norih Capitol street streetwithin str strwlUda sire t
within So yard ytdMol of the TJatea U Sta Station S SLion tat L ¬
Lion tionAIM filed papers of ineetp ineetpbete incorporation incorporationhere statis m
here today todayThecompany to y yTItecoJQpan
Tbe Thecompany compaay has purchased pr a front frontage trootage t ¬
age of eJg eightyflve tyfive fc f frht it oat 1t Korth < orth Cap Capitaining 011tot Captom l
tot street JHMU E siren str a tract cs cstainlag een eentaJnlag n
taining about 14KM Bquaars 8Ii vuxi feet feetnine A Anine
nine or tenstop tenstory t Dstor ooul > ot l is called for forby forby ft
by the plans 1 1a T Ttt t 3 bnildtiK b will willareproof be benreproof beftreproof
nreproof confem confaJlS eaomfa tng ag 39 JN rooms and a a d
bathe batheThe
1it The iacorpo Incorporators snots are Edward O
TOitfcrd t titfcro Arthur A Birney Samuel S Earns JDu1 el
J Prescott Willam Wnil am S V Cox ox and Alex Alexander AlexWlde Ale s ¬
ander Wolff Wol
Relief Measures Hopelessly HopelesslyDelayed HopelesslyDelayed Y YDelayed
Delayed By Rod Tape Tapei Ta Pe Peof
i of Government GovernmentFLOODED GovernmentFLOODED GovernmentFLOODED
Thousands of Poor p Freuzied ed fl flG ffofe ffofeGrief WeGrief
Grief G ef aad a d Sbrteriiig S ia Fcoazr Fcoazriag PtOOZiag Prozilmg
iag CoW Await Fo FoePARIS Foe FobPARIS d dPARIS
PARIS Jan 271 27Paristhe 3TPaistbe Paris tbe al always 2l ¬
ways festive volatile unprovkieni YidentParisfaces impcoviilentPairsfaces unprovkieniPars
Parisfaces Pars faces the crisis of her history storyTile 1IistoryTheworIds historyThe
The TheworIds worlds fund mart mart of pleas pleasure p1easure plessure ¬
ure and plenty faces the puck of ofhUI < rf rfhunger
hunger hUI r Famine states staff es her ilrtJ ilrtJface jn me meface ofe af afjiace e
jiace face pestilence pea threafeos ttare eos her throatwith throatwith throat throatwith
with the black grip of death Parishits Paris Parishas Parislas
has os weathered many < i ems and IId she shehas shebas shehas
has conquered but BOW it is aM Af Afferent differ tiffereut ¬
ferent fer The rein of the Bourbons Bourtotsnever Bourbonsnever Bourbonsnever
never witnessed such nnserafafe s sac sacrilkre SICri6ct7 c critice
rilkre ri6ct7 such hunger and such pitiful pitifulimpoteocy pilifulimpotency pitifulimpotency
impotency of the peopic pt to help o oprotect or orprotect orprottct
protect themselvesAlways themselves themselvesAhvays themselvesAlwlys
Always resourceful Paris bas teastaken 4ustaken basaken
taken care of herself Bio now the thecity tilecity thecity
city is is powerless it faces destruction destructionand destndionand destmct on onand
and the mask of oi finality y shows at atevtry atcvtry athand
evtry band bandUnless banelUnless handUnless
Unless private ctit dm Mies es nwet the theurgency 1heurgency theurgency
urgency of the despecate Via sftoiioiistarvation Viastarvation sit fUlly fUllystarva
starvation o for many is beieved bck lbail in inevitable Qevitable invitable ¬
evitable evitableThe evitableThe e vitableThe
The government is acting with withHs withits withits
its usual ddsberaiion de iberatioa in sendiBg out outsupplies outsupplies t tsupplies
supplies and every bit ctj of tJrW < j igt ft ftfithisiahes itUAlilll it itIIy
fithisiahes UAlilll must Iirst1Ie first be patted upon uponby uponIv
by a toftg Bs list i of t1fPOOR flnrti fuoctiQiurifs fuoctiQiurifsPOOR Ms MsPOGR
OB One has only to go to taw St StSulpice StSl
Sulpice Sl plce p e Seminary former dn church clARdINoperty churchproperty reh rehprooertv
property that has Seen 5eeaito cosrr caertd caertdinto rted rtediHto
ito a refuge for the does TJedsms
to s He to what dire straits the poor poorhar MJOre poorbane
har bane e bee Mea reduces Ha H drsste tltis of ofragged ofwomea
ragged women aM an children eIdJ aped a afew afew
few oW tees crow crowd 1M ta I ITJtey isdit buikKa buikKaThey
They are huddled together t am the thefloor theAoor thestar
floor and eat their t dole of soup soupand upaH ai > alp
and bread with aa a aridftr that thatshows ltHoWS
shows t tsat at t th relic eaame o to them themaea aMipJtmte cheatnaue
aea tea aoe oo p StitoOar acesisg are arewitness arewJiD
witness wJiD in j other of the tMAospttaJs tasprovised tasprovisedhospitals epsa ed
hospitalsThe hospitals hospitalsThe AospttaJsTtae
The Pantheon tIIect will not h 1M amfl amflfor 11able
able for two QI Jet as a r rrtttge rrtttgefor e efor
for N th d cletltate det edtate iplte It will he neces necessary aeees aeeessary 1IMe5sry
sary to Xfct the Panth Pall Paut3Eeoa on M as M it is isfar isfar isfar
far colder XKkhia its erect atone atonewalls
walls than ottisid o od eid4 and It is fees freezing rnzD
flag D outside outsideAnitety ow d e1e
1e Relief Me HlUIiW1IIIe HlUIi ads adsWhite
White tile condition or tile tilew ksti kstiwho
who w are bearoared cIed for alter aft a bah h hloa
loa 1Iy tile city k desperate It < In Inl
Anitety l l better ett r than ta the nBgat pllptwile sf tho tholief thast thastwho
wile ave lOt yet been Attniabad tO tOIe say re rehat
lief Many of tn these se latter are so oazer oazerby cnzehy +
by tn tile loss of o their property that the theding tIItding
ding to their mined hosass or waDer wandes wan wanfter
des anulggsiy ahnit + eb + in unfrequented nnfftQDelltelllb6t nisc itiaoe se f fTh
lb6t Th e esuch police J are osnstantly CI8 nirli piriufa up upsuch
such and sending them ts > the reliei relieistations it itlltatlols t
stations lltatlolsThe stationsTbe
aTheectlag The soUiers and polioe are BKcibly BKciblyecttep atIdbl atIdblryoae y yaTheectlag
> ecttep ev everyone ryon found on houses tHat tHatWKh t taN
aN deemed unsafe UJlSteTIten
Thermometer Below Fzeeziag Fr Frnth
nth the thermometer below the free freeinfe heezhit
hit pent and the relentless river Seine Seineconttantes SeInecoetlJnJleg
coin Hs devastating progress to toward to toward ¬
ward the top of the retaiatog walls wallsthe waI1sParls
Paris awoke Wok1Oda7 today to what tray prove ICOVt
the t e most terrible day ia her ter l atetory atetoryaside jt jtasWe
aside front tad crisis presented K by war warflood warWJwot
What tile end tIC the u 1 L I U ilated ilatedoo
flood win be be no sne e can say inept but it is isea Isto isenough
enough ea wgh to know w that never bsfsre has hastbe Usthe hasthe
the gay capital been so sorely aavttten aavtttenla
la a physical way wayBoulevards W7Bomeva
Boulevards Bomeva s Washed Wa ed Away AwajMItss AwayMIles
MIles of her b bsulaagrtis nl va > da daitys sae tIC the thedtys thecitys
itys chief sources of pride haws bee beewaohsd been lteenwasIM beenwashed
washed away way assay of the thetable dart no notable JIG JIGtaJIIe
table structures ta the cIty ettywMck t8 Bee Beew1tIek seevahlck
wMck travelers tn have been wont t te i ifrem e scarefresh etre
fresh tre the comers of the earth have e al alsJan 1relltly
rely 8Uthred Jtea heavy macs and are tn tnJt indancer
sJan Jt dancer er ef csMassc 9tM9 1M 1MM arlf ar ba hssssiess hssssiessand aless alessand
and svbsisdns subsisting on scant provinces pvhJ fur fnrntobad furtile furtiebed
ntobad by > a the city the industrial riaI OCs IU of oftbe oftIIedty ofthe
the tIIedty city is eoatpietely COIIIp suspended and aDdtile
the one thought t t te the mind of the t tHM
people HM IIe te g the Imminence t of orlal a stagger staggerhug
hug calamity that may 7 y yet t come If the theSala
Setae Sala conttnuog 101I111III its rise riseParis riMParis
Paris New N Sefeered Sefeeredha S1HKeiFor
For ogee o Parts hIM Mea seilerJa i She ftegay
gay Sat Je that permitted the pvAna t tlook to
look 1IpOR > tb the good m its b aticgea aticgeaas g gspeetade
as a spectacle for their eatertaianr Dl Dlhag eathex
ha hag departed and grim fear is no now In Intbe Inthe n
the hearts of everyone and plainly writ written written ¬
ten in the faces of all allEvery aILEYery
Every subway bw1 hi Paris Pa Pariseel and Paris ba batnonp 1Iam hay
tnonp m un unde underground lrK tOund > un < l tunnels of one sort sortand 80ftand
and aiiotiier aq lbet U than tc aji a alb oliier cltj itl t iajftj 1 1t
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