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II THE SALT LAKE HERALD HE D MONDAY DECEMBER 28 8 1903 f
THE SALT LAIE IIEIALDPublished IIEIALD HE1ALDPublished
Published Every E cr1 Dy it ir the th Year YearBY y
BY i THE HERALD COMPANY COMPANYT Ii IiBY
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SiibecrUxr u borl wishing Wib1n address of paper paperhanged pptrfhlull
hanged d rn tt1Tt > t give former aa well a apresent aprfJI as asprieat
present prfJI t a addrt < ir ss ssAll < v vAll
All papers are continued > d until explicit explicitorder I
order ta r rjf > i j to discontinue All ar arrearages a arearaeszuIt ¬
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rearIwt rearages imt be paid in every Hry Case caeTh I ITb
Th Hernia lie fle a I d can an b Ix obtained f bt ained at these theseplaces thtseplacs
places placesNew placsXew
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Chicago ChThv Th Auditorium Palmer PalmerHouse PalmJrIJous PalmerI
House HouseKansas IJousKaJUlae I I nu nuKansas >
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Omalia OmnhaMiflari Millnnl > ilJarti Hotel Globe Iobe Iob NeW Co CoMBfatU CoJ 3oNgtatIi
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Kfnrirlck J ndriek Pratt Book t ttore ttore8an = ore oreSan
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Portland OrePortlana Hotel HotelL HoteLLos HoteLLoa
L Los > > An AngeiesOftver Angelex leloUet Oller Halnes HalnesMinneapolisWest Hti1DMMlnneapeUeWCllt HatntMinneapoUs
MinneapolisWest MinneapoUs Vest Hotel HotelSt 1101St
St St Louis Lo LouIaJrn iThe 1 Planter The Southern SouthernINTERSTATE OathernINTEIfaTATE
INTERSTATE COMMERCE BILL BILL3EPRESEXTATIVE BILLIEPnESE BILL1EPflESET4TIE
3EPRESEXTATIVE IEPnESE TATIVE COOPER of ofV orW18tOutn
tv V Wisconsin and Senator euator Quartos of ofhe ort othe
t he rame am state have Introduced in the thehouae t tt tthnUlle t t2iiUe >
houae and senate respectively t iespetlvely PlUv > I a bill billvhlch hi 11 11hleh
vhlch hleh If enacted into law should havi havithe h < le lethe
the effect fect of making mukin the interstate Im ImJllr om omi
i Jllr lneree rce < E oomm eonmtifon aslon a really useful body bodyInstead boJ boJinMt
Instead inMt d of merely merel a > doubtful ornament ornamentat orDallnt nt ntB
B STI at t present Briefly Brle y the measure rneasurcpIt pn pnidea >
idea ida that thAt when lien the ccmnnissioii cl1Iln OQ hu hulianded haJ haJhanded
handed down dov a a decision eciak > D it become becom80rl becom80rlthe op operative ¬
erative the wftliin wfUlln thirty dys d untes un un wnappealt I
It appealt n p5i alt 15 tsJceh or an fl Injunction lft3nnotlotnJJ grant t td tCd
od d and aDdfatlure failure to obey o y such decre ren rendpf n nflfta
dpf flfta the otf offnldintr ofrndIn < ndina railroad company companyliaftfe companyJiaM
liaftfe to toa A lineof toWO every ever day da The tiieivmag tl1Cw ThewfeBg
ivmag w remain r iaaJnt tmrlgrhte unrlghteA < i iA
A aiips1i ynopsi yn of the bill explains xp1aln that thattinder tbatl1l1der
tinder It tl tIe > e operation l1 eratioo > nf f the law of oftocla oftodsy I Itoday
today wMI be exactly exaetyreversd < vtly rever d The pres present prsrit ¬
fOnt rit statute tute re TuJer de Jere a decree decr of the th cow cowmission COIIInl camThuo I
mission nl Thuo of BO avail until an order orclerot of o th tho thoM tho
o oM rt enforclYff it nan been obtained obtainedPractically 1 1J I
Practically J lcUy no delay will be encountered encounteredunder encountfft11I1der
under idet the th proposed statute tsWt tuh which has haslie s she
lie jBdorec 4uueaient merit of the leading leedia cham chambers eltlUnmlne ¬
bers hef of t conuriece comiri mlne e e and other trade or orkfebi orJciIIII
kfebi throughout the country countryJu4c COUDtry1 country1udBt
Ju4c 1 1udBt te t taof of t the communion inbsicn will IU eoh eohtiimie
i
tiimie t in operatton 0 until suspended or orH MeC orset
it set H as44 by ike courts irron > review or orappeal I Inile
appeal appealThe nppejTheS
The TheS Mil Mem to cover the situation situationviyOM itWLUonftJ Witutloniery
ftJ viyOM no tboroughfy > rouirhjy hfi It provides provides for for the theTiossibHIty thetJ theoLbflIt
TiossibHIty oLbflIt tJ of a dispote between com cominon com comlnGII1Itara c cIn
lnGII1Itara inon In orrlftrs errle over I tJ tM e apportionment apportionmentf
H Elf < > f a new Joint rate established by the thettmialscion thee thenlss1on
e ttmialscion nlss1on with Jth a clause which whichItbat say saythat zayatht
that i In the erewt of a a diapule of this thischaracter t tchaleoM thiscbaisott
character the commission may deter determine detertta 2etermine ¬
mine the proportion to be received hed by byAach Itrva byaeh
Aach carrier Farther ItI1tb r when heathe the order onfterof ontflof orderof
of tb tile Omsaliaton T Jn prescribe pre cr1 the Just jvetiretatlorf J Justelatloi t treIatIed
iretatlorf elatloi of rates tea to or from common commonpoint comrnojoMi
01 point andthe and the carriers carrl thereto or ortherefrom ortherefrom orthPtefroat
therefrom fall to acre as to the theobaosjes th thto thet
obaosjes to t be made to t effect e compll compliance compllIDee compllme ¬
ance me Ute commission oa shall 11 prescribe prescribethe rerlbethe rlbf rlbftile >
the rates r ruts tetl to ee charged rJaa rbarp by eitW or all allof a allof 1 1of
of ueu ueulit Lb tbe Arties 11IMIt I Ila
la otxltr tthat thatthe > the t e nissadana TaJfosadsimar fI sernct e etre
tre > exact ract a b lattVeattaa tMI jtsktc J itte itteWl
Wl 11 provides that every order ordePlIIIall shall be beieiriowaWei b bthin berewbe
ieiriowaWei upon peUUoa p ftlsi flI4 DRtWn DRtWntweatjr thin ithThtweutt thintYeQtI
tweatjr days by any circuit coj roIrt < rt given givenJurisditllolt giveniurIadltaIoi1 ven venju
Jurisditllolt ju and the commbntoa l 1 < re reinlred re reIatnd i iiured
inlred to IKe a eertsBed copy c of the thei th thl thereord <
i ecord dfejthe 1he case Cue within twenty days daysafter darsatter daystfter
after reeefrlnjr Ylntr notice of n the court pro proed proTedure
Tedure ed re Th The e court wrt is given the power powertt
tt t1 t > niodtfy Of7 seVaalde w ulcJ or or uphold the eom eominlsstoBs oemnuna
inlsstoBs 1 nuna decree Appeal A to the t supteme enpremeeust suptemecourt a MIl
court i permissible rmltl8iNe to either party but butDCh butb I
DCh eh b appeal appealclOe doesnot does not stay ay 7 the order of ofthe 0tile oithe
the dr eircftK drcIU est ewtrtIf estIf
If tbe thebfli Wb Ul ispassed is paued it will give e to the thecomaission theIlL theoMmiIoa
IlL comaission oMmiIoa 1 hrOWfT power which if does es not notnow notDOiW notnow
now pes posse > and which blch it very badly badlyneeds badlyneeds badlyiieeda
needs And another feature that The TheHerald TheHt
TheI
Herald raW has often called fleI attention tintIon t1011 to is isthe Isthe I
the 1 necessity for rovtsUar the personnel personnelof
of the th coniifHuatsnt cmt II k With s > new com commlssltni commIIIIMa
mlssltni workIng wodd under s new law it Is Iselvo Ispa Isp I
p sbIe pa that t AverY pper may ret retu re reestve
elvo fair trsatsatnt u tr front fu Hie e common commoncarriers 00IDDI0I1curJe iom1noEesrriss
carriers curJe But ihoians b not more nee necthan neetMD fleeavy
avy than the other otherFARMERS otherFARM
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FARM FARMERS RS tjEXCHA1NGE tjEXCHA1NGET EXCHANGE EXCHANGETJLItSlERS EXCHANGErrI
T rrI TJLItSlERS EXCHANGE EXC ANGE or orj <
4 1 caaised aa by the agriculturiet of the theeast theIbere th i
east shore ie of Virginia aIa1MJut about three threeyears threey three3rearI i ii
years y ago o baa been pronounced proIIGUDced an ab abrainte abMha
rainte Mha and unqualified success TM TMlustltslpjii a
4 lustltslpjii l rbta while it has attained at tal TbhI no norxsnfe n nveM I
rxsnfe veM decree of prowlnonce ce outside of ofi o oI oi I
i sown on locality tthaa has been watched with withansfderabie withderable wlttlderabIe
ansfderabie derable interest by many farmers farmershro tannerIt
It bnJVhoat hro choat the country and it is not notunlUKlrthsi ntlIDlllldr1bat aiuinhI1JTthsL L
unlUKlrthsi numbers of them win fol folJiiw folJnr toTirw
Jiiw the example exn ple of the Virginians and andrfa au I IurgaiS I Itor
urgaiS < > rfa for their mutual benefit I Ina
III the Southern Workman for DP DPc DfIea Dreeaber >
Iea < c eeaber mb n AlexanderPunres Alexander xander Pues tells tellSthing soon soonthina f fthlDtr I
thing about the purposes of the ex exchamre c crhnege X XCnaD1re
chamre an ant < l the successes alece IeS it has liasachieved hasacbt ha t tscbleve
achieved acbt ved It In the pioneer orjanlxa orjanlxatloc orpDtzatiot
tloc of it lte kind and was wa started tert with witha witicapitalization HIt HItapltalJsalion 1
a capitalization of 25000 1 1 divided irxo lrtofi1JOO trA trAtlO
fi1JOO 000 shares of the par value of S 5 each eachNo eachNo Ch ChXtt i
No individual i for obvious reasons was wasallowed wasallowed I
Ir
allowed to take more than twenty twentyshares twentyhafll twent3shares r
shares The earnings have been tre tremendous tremuc1ou treitiendous ¬
mendous the arsual dividends ranging rangingrom ranCingrom ranglnrrom
rrom rom 75 5 t to 150 per cent However the theexchange thexdlau thloxchasge
exchange vas not organised for f < the thepurpose th thJUrpGIIe thiurpnee
purpose of inakina JnakI money moH on the cap capital capItat ap apItat ¬
Itat InvesteiiSay Invested InvestedSayi
I
Say Mr Purves PurvesAlthouch PuresAtthouch PurrosAlthough
Although the dividna < above rc rcfrred flfned ref
frred f rruMI to iitc very large in their i pr prIntaee pciicntage > j jfntage
fntage on th the > capital yet pl in the ap apregate agrrgate 1 1rfCate
regate thC amount distributed to the th r
rI
1500 1 OO memtTs memt rK of the exchange In this thistay thi thiaT thiaT I
tay aT is trivial in comparison with the thotal thetal lb
1tal > tal gain o these the c same sam member membersother < cnxl cnxlother lildolhel I
other snippers ppcrs from > the intoUigein and andscientific anlldentlAc ant I Irlent
scientific rlent limrketlmj inarket1s cf r their prxiu prxiuthis prdutbJ prelucthis
this being th the < main In object Jeet of the ron < oi oiern 1 1rn
era rn This has been avcompUshed1 ut utby Dqthy v vicy t
by ajiy a effort to corner the market an anboom aDheca n nboem <
boom prices for r that is distinctly not 1ot1be notthe no nothe
the object of the exchange but It is istimpiy Ieimpb t S SMmpIy
timpiy the t result of t intelligent dIrt distribution d trtbuUOII dIrtbutlen ¬
bution according accord to the requirements requirementsof I Iof
of tile respective markets IDILrk ts thus pre preventing preveU ¬
veU venting congestion eon < and waste Such an anoperation anoPerUcm ai 1
operation oPerUcm is made possible only by the theceDtraJi8l th thceatrUift 0 J Jceatralistiion
ceatralistiion ceDtraJi8l r ion of the information gathj gathjered gaUl gaUleNd gatheyed
eyed eNd hourly from a hundred points and andthe andthe anq I Ithe
the consequent qutnt shipping in every direc direction dlrecUOD direction ¬
tion to met1 tt the needs of each particu particular parttcuJar particuTar ¬
Jar section This systematic = trnatk handling handlingof hardlinur r rot
of ot the supply inure nures 1ur IH t < th t h < > hw > nclii ncliiof njjcf t tI
of I the city merchants who 0 handle theproduce tb the eJroclucf a aProduce
produce produceWhat JroclucfWhat ProduceWhat
What the th farmers frm of the east shore C
of o f Virginia rginia have been doing can he hedone hedone heJne
iv done i Jne by b farmers arme elsewhere The ad advantages advaafatres adantages ¬
vantages v to be derived hed from ffo n such an anassociation an8aIIOciatfon anzstoclatton
association a are so o apparent that the thernly thecnly thenly
rnly e nly wonder Wond i th thflt t mvrt of them have havej ba bat
en
j n < t 1 lecu t 1l launched launchedNATlOft laUllcbcjII launcbeLNATIOM
II Il
NATlOft HATlO t TOBACCO TO CO BILL BILLST SILLT4tTIETICB
CTATMPPIGB c nsTICB issued recently by y the tiletreamn thetrea3ury
ST
3 treasury department on the con consumption c cellumption > n n8umption ¬
sumption s of tobacco in the United UnitedStates l tpitedtatei nited nitedStateS
States S tatei lo do < not contain much comfort comfortfor comfortfor comfortor
for f or those opposed to t the use Uo e of the theweed theweed theeed
weed w eed in any fora They show how that thatmore thatmore
more m ore tobacco ta I jping eng used us d every year yearby y n r rh
by h y tb t1o citizens ILiZCflS of thte th republic T Pur PUrog > ur urins
ins j og tii fiscal cal year cndfd fnd June io 0 thoy thoysot 111 tlteot
sot g ot away with more nw than U105000W U105000Wpounds i1liOOOO3cundS
pounds i unds of tobacco and nearly n arly 19000000 19000000pounds 190000011pounds
pounds p ip OUlldS of snuff < The Utttr I tt r item will willaUlle willause ill illau0e
c < > au0e great surprise to most people peoplewho opc opcwho
who w ho think that the muff nuf l habtt Kabitl Is rtc rtccrejulngr c ccrIng
crejulngr c It lc f on the t1 t omtarr omtarrcreasing t1uta In Inereasing
creasing creasingNot ereasingNot e
Not far from 7000000000 700 OO OOO cigars iars were weresmoked weremokect
smoked s mokect tlurinp the year ar an tKftj ifies < r a o of ofnearly
nearly n threequarters of a billion the theexact theexact thexact
exact e increase being 6794371SI Jn the thecigarette thecllfarettf theigarette
cigarette c line the fttJUte figures are re astonish astonishing 1on1 1on1In
ing In I ng It ttems ulnoc aImcet t incredible that thatmore t thttmore ltt lttmore
more cigarettes than cisars i ars arc not notsmoked notsmoked notmoked
smoked s in the United States but this thisia thisIs thiss
ia I s true Some n25000 t 0000000 f > 00 cigarettes cigaretteswere c cigarettesver ttes ttesw
were w ver consumed 8n enh n the f he increase was was7oooo
31000 370 sooo or in abeui the same e ratio ratioan
an a s the increase in the th use Utl oj 0 cigars cigarsA cigarsSft1aH
A small group of states Hat produced producedpractically producedractically Jrodu ed edpracti
practically practi p < aliy all of tho e eMq hew log and andmoktnft aadtmoklnp 5d 5dznoking
moktnft tobacco tobao They Thf are mssourl mssourlXorth 1Qaouriortll bUiuour4Nertk
Xorth ortll arolma At Kentucky > nhacky Vlrgiria VlrgiriaOhio VirariaOhio Virghdahio
Ohio O hio X TV Jersey Nw l W York and lilt Illinois IIHn lilto1 ¬
nois n o1 in the tn order or er named The mater materials matula matrrals ¬
ials la t used in the manufacture o chew chewing cfWIn cflwng ¬
ing In I ng tobacco smoklm t tobacco snuff unuffcigara snuffigars nutrdan
dan c and ctgareftrs showed IIbow an fn fnci incleu8e tolease
ci cleu8e c ease I of close e to 36000010 pound poundwhich pouudWblch poundshlcb
which n hlcb goes to show that we get a lot lotof lotof lotf
o of f things besides bc side tobatco in tbe maou maoufacturexl manaf mantictureuj
facturexl f ctureuj ur t product strange I5tranget though oqh that thatmay thatmay thatmay
i
may appear to the consumer Further Furtherstatistics PurttlerRtatiBti Furthertatlatlee
statistics s give g tbe following t lowinc Interesting Interestingfigures InterutingfiPNB IntereStingigures
figures f arcordjng eCor nc to tonn tin exchange exchangeWie excbauefluctloltot eicbanjeThec
Wie production fluctloltot jot tobacco by the theprincipal theprincipal therincipal
principal p tate t < was W2 as follows Mis Missouri Xisourt Ig Igsourt ¬
souri c 84332641 pounds POUD 8 North Carolina Carolina2iO9593
52309593 pound nunds Kentucky 3840SS84 3840SS84pounds 384OG18tpounds 34OStpounds
pounds Virginia 31t02T7 pounds pattndEOhio JIOQIdsObio5oi37840pouncl1 poundsOhio
Ohio Obio5oi37840pouncl1 25437840 pounds New Jersey reney21ompounel Jetsey1X9N4
21 21ompounel 2 1X9N4 29084 pounds There T ere wereM4Mci w lPcWar were4aegarnd lPcWarand ar arand
and a nd k7 cigarette factories in opera operation operetIon operaIn ¬
tion t In Virginia Vlll inla manufactured Ua8uWtu Ua8uWtuclprs manutgeture1igars 460703WH 460703WHcigars
cigars c using 40KS02 102 pounds iounds oun nf tobac tobacco t tco ¬
co co C o North Carolina makes compara comparatively comparati1Ely comr comrlvely ¬
tively t few fe cigars dar putting most of her hermanufacture bermanufaoture hermanufture
manufacture into plug and other to tobaccos tobaccos tobaccoa ¬
baccos North X orth Carolina for Instance tntItaoceused Instanceused Instanceused
used only ODI 181JM 8 jsH pounds of tobacco tobaccoin
in i n cigars clga and made only qat 949905 9431 cigars cigarsHew clfraretew cigarsew
Hew ew Jersey produced more snuff than thanany thanother
any other state tbe total tot l being 55S3323 55S3323pounds S513t23a4a S53i23nd
pounds a4a nd or nearly onethird of all that thatwas thatGomumect thatwag
was consumed oonsumadARSENIC Gomumect GomumectARSENIC consumedARSENIC
Gomumecta
p a
ARSENIC I IN EQS EQSrITH ECl65WITH EiG8UIIThI
WITH UIIThI rITH EGOS OQS even eD of the t1cetorage t1cetoragevartt storage storagevariety storageyr
yr variety vartt at 40 cents a dozen and andupwards andupwards andupwards
upwards a discovery dlsC ftJ recently ntl made by byM byf byM
M f Bertrand a French scientist is isworth isworth isworth
worth careful attention Do you cltl cltlzexM cltlzelM citizev
zexM zev who are accustomed to eatIng eathigeggs Mthtlregi8 eatIngeggo
eggs for breakfast bre every morning < real realize realIze realIze ¬
ize that you are ar taking into your sys systems systems ayetoms ¬
tems one of the most deadly poisons poisonsknown polHnsknown poisonsknown
known to chemistry Well Vt > U you are areWe areWe areWe
We have tbe word ord of M fcertran for forit forIt fort
it I t and M Bertrand ought co knoV knoVbecause kadWa knwbctlsa
because he a l b bWS ha s been eep studying studyl aillgjmt aillgjmtlj CUt 4illwils nt
lj ls along this th line The Medical 1I4edi J Times Timesof
of recent date prints this thisMonsieur thisMonsleur thisMoneieur
Monsieur Bertrand has just brought broughtto brou < ht htt4
to the theajrntion atsrntton of the Paris Academy A a4m a4mof ademy ademyof
of Sciences the presence of arsenic in inhens inhens inhens
hens eggs Although every part of the theegg theegg
egg contains an appreciable quantity quantitythe quaDtltthe
the largest proportion is found in the theyolk theyolk theyolk
yolk Of the t 1e GOth part of a milligram milligramfound mlllt milligramfound am
found on an average in an egg from fromonebaU
onehalf to twothird twothlnt is in the yolk yolkthe yolktbe yoiktii
the tii white btte containing a much less lessamount JesslUDaunt lessapiuunt
amount in proportion proportionTbe pr proportionThe porUoa porUoabe
The herald has no desire 1 ire to destroy destroythe destroytile destroythe
the egg industry We desire It t under understood unt1ErlJtoodt nn4ert
stood lJtoodt t that t we have the he greatest POE possible POEu poelble ¬
sible Inspect oct d for tbe lien n but we feel feelthat teE1tJaat joelthat
that it is our plain duty to t l disseminate disseminatetbls dinemlnatt
tbls t th dread tidings Every time you youtake youtake ou out
take t an egg into your system sy tem you take takearsenic takpnlc takearsenic
arsenic nlc along with it and arsenic c in Jga i ia ina
a poison of the most deadlycharacter deadlycharacterStop deadly character characterStop
Stop for a moment to consider a sim simple simroblt aimpie ¬
pie problem > m in arithmetic and you egg eggeaters eggeaters eggcOlors
eaters will realise real that you are stand standing nandIDa Standbig ¬
IDa on On the brink brinkot of a yawning crater cratertoying craterto cratertot
toying to tot with death in Its most mo c awful awfulform awfulferm awfulfarm
form A milligram is 1000th part of ofa ofa ofa
a gram or l65th of a grain grainThat grainftat grainI
That I Is to nay If one egg contains containsone containscme ntalns ntalnsone
one 300th part ofa of 11 milligram of arsenic araenieIt enlC enlCit
It Iseaoy W y to figure out that It holds holdswithin holdswithin I Iwithin
within its snow white and seemingly seeminglyInnocent eeminglyInnocent seeminglyInnocent
Innocent rheli one t000th part of a agrain agrain a agrain
grain of the pure arsenic To To continue continuethe continuetbe continuethe
the illustration in 13000 l OOO eggs eggaan an en entire entire entire ¬
tire grain of arsenic a11liJ ic will be f und jundXow > undNow undNow
Now a grain raln of arsenic will ill kill the thestrongest thestrongellt i istrongest
strongest man almost Itlml t instantly There Therefore Therefore lherefore ¬
fore people should beware We would wouldurgently tvouldurgeutb ould ouldurgently
urgently advise all our friends trien a to re rcfrain retrain refIn
train from eating ir000 eggs at any anyIJ an ansinglesitdng
single IJ ncleltrfng git ring Otherwise we would fear fearthe fearthe fearthe
the worst worstHowever worst worstHowever on onHowever
However there is this grain of com comfort comfort cornfort ¬
fort as well as j arsenic If the egg eggfiends eggftends eggfiends
fiends will ill refrain from rom eating the theyolks theolks tluyolks
yolks olks which as has been seen are areparticularly areparticularly I Iparticularly
particularly well loaded with ath the poi poison pMson ¬
son it would be possible po lble to eat cay ty
25000 OOO egg at one time without tbou ac acquiring atquJrlne arqufring ¬
quiring a grain of arsenic arsenicHeaders arsenicteadeortl arsenicReaders
Headers of the Salt Hal t Lake Tribune Tribunewere Tribunewere h hwere
were treated tr > ated to an excellent exc Uent story of ofearly ofearly 01 r
early days in Nevada N ndt yesterday fo the thetory theptory thestory I rI
tory being credited to the San Fran Francisco Frandllfo rranCiSco
cisco ciU 1L iI It i is difUcnU to understand understandwhy undenotandwby I Iwhy
why tit liv readers rEad
ra of the Tribune were wereforce wrotorCef1 wei weiforceti
force l to wait so long Jon for the story be because Ix IxfaUH because ¬
cause it was 88 oHginoiry published in inThe inThe ftThe
The Hili Sl dl k bakt ike Herald on Nov io 11 Both Boththe Bothth ot I Ithe
the th Tribune Tri bun and the th C Call U manifest tnanif flt an anability anability 141 1 1ability
ability u to > recognise a good story atl rv > that thatfar thatfar tha t tfar
far surpass u s their thf > I ability to determine determinethe lletrmlrtthe dterrnirithe
the origin of the th > matter m tttr they publish publishor 1 1their
or their speed in getting tt ID < stories to their theirsubscribers thlrub8crtberl thcI r reubecrlbrs
subscribers subscribersThe
The Idaho law In providing that th thstates thtates < l lstates
states bank balances shall be deposited depositedii de ted I IIn
ii banks designated t by a state board of ofdeposits ord u f fdepot
deposits d and requiring ruirin iiuca uea beak beakpay to topay toP87
pay interest on e the money has been de declared 4Ie1are4 dolred ¬
clared unconstUttUocal 1 by the supreme supremecourt p pcourt I Icourt
court because of a defect m In the title titleNevertheless ttUeN titleeverthelesg
Nevertheless N everthelesg erthele s the law was a good 004 one onein oneIn i iIn
in every respect Courts are inclined inclinedoften InHnedoftfn I Ioften
often tu be too technical but if tbe t1 law lawmakcrs 1gwaakers w w1Dkena
makcrs would exercise exe ille a little more morecare morecare C Ccare
care in framing statutes fewer of r them themwouM themwould thenwould
would be voided by the ta court ccmrtxIt courtIt
It I given out from Washington aPhin ton that thttIke thatth t tLlja
Ike toae C uaL of Senator uatur Warren uftD in l relation relationto r lat1on 1 1c
to t c the phtvenoe nne poatoffice r po tomce building buU lrtl is isclosed IIcl Ii I IcIo4
closed cl Wmch is doubtless rttlte < lte satis satisfactory matisfattOC sotiefactory ¬
factory to Senator Sena tor Warren arrfQ
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A young 0 man of Chicaso hieao i > ot Uvu t vo 0 o 01
hg hi h is cousins ceis4 because bectau hi bit untie had no na naIlhn
Ilhn t lvn v n him enough Christmas presents
I which w hich should serve as a a warning to
urcles n evtrywherv t tfrom year yearWonl j r
Wonl 0 from iClill < ai r 1 1nitiTig > iming > is i to the theeffect t h
effect C Ch thtii th lt O ihnerT nerj erd Jiminez Jlmi f7 has b btgUi1 btgUi1t xui
his h is regular re ular monthly morthl niareh toward the thecapital thccatPltal theapital
t capital capitalTlw catPltalJ c apitalTJt
J Tlw Th French government c rnmrnt predicts hnt hn bntic t tt
t 1t tic ic iuMli will ill le h tired of the th Dreyfus Dreyfustts D1 fll fllI fllOror
1 tts ro b bfr Oror oiv the e 111 i if f the three months monthsr monthsrcuilll monthsukctl
I r qukcil ukctl by tb the < court of eissutlcn RUtkJn tu tupass tuIIJ toats
IIJ pass p ats H upon the matter tTnlfsa a change changeof ang angof
of o f public R ntimeru > occurs the govern government government government ¬
ment is fish rigiitTbe rIghtThe t tTbe
Tbe Baldwin BaIdlnZlegl Ziegler r polar r expedition expeditIont
it i t develops was u not wholly in vain vainMr as
Mr Baldwin has received an interesting interestingmessage Intereatingmessage
message tnLsa sent by himself 1C from the he > polar polarregions polarregion polarregions
regions over a year ago agoIf acoIf agoIf
If Jeffries thinks his h J Announcement nnou ent
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tiiat tha he h never n to hIs an ONetrient < pf ptlonf onent > nt as a hard hardif i ia
a if be can is going to lead lea us to chal challenge eh ehkgo ha1 ha1kD8t ¬
lenge him he Is wrong wrongThe wrongThe yrorlJTiWt
The PaAaoaa Pjiaca cry of God save the tbekfnjr thekJaK thekh
kfnjr kh is 5YPt yJd1a yJdirtiy U > > IB the th hope n ° P Pmajesty that et hl hlmajeaty hismajesty
majesty will be preserved urtll the good goodptonleof dpEople goodoplQ
ptonleof pEople oplQ 4 l jPnama nama can think of sr sa sathing oteoe oteoetblftc > e etbfng
thing to sell him himPreFunMnc himnC himFeumln
PreFunMnc Feumln nC that Mr tr Kelly knows knowsoinethtR kn knowsx4methInJ s s1tf
x4methInJ oinethtR < f jj 1tf lf > ir Uw th French Beb duel dl it te rea reasanabk reabk rcaeossbI
sanabk bk i r suppo tnlPtOll he did not change changecolor ctta cttaoIm cbangcolor
color oIm when w EKr 1 do Chateau threatened threatenedI
I i to send J around und TiH Ie seconds during the thebearins tlMI
I bearins he beitrin rin in the Fair will case caseI C4 caseThe e eI
I I The e Great Drawback Drawbacktsia Drawback Drawbackt
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Shy SJa on JCusiclans Xusie1ansThill MuidansThis JCusiclansThin
Thin rHHhfiil I tale t < le is l told t ltJ of a ctrtain ctrtaini
i well It < krowa know man aft of rn means am n of Salt alt Lakfi Lake LakeThe < j
j The man belongs bt 8 to a secret order and an anI andI j jI
I vas as approached d for a contribution to towani toward i iward
ward ward fwntii h fuvnit4tIg l4tl iinx the lodge room of if an anot1cr anether i iether
ether branch bra of the order in a smaller smallerI
I city where the man in la has large la mining
j interest What we particularly need nc needI fd i iI
I now 0 PiM M the theolidtor solicitor is a ni niehan4eUer nice nicebtfl45iSI < e I Ithandejfer
thandejfer and we have been b n boDing houingthat boDingthat houthgthat
that you will donate that What will willit wt1lIt willIt
it host oatn Inquired bsqu1 the man approached approachedIt
It wHl HI cost < t 100 300 was the th reply replyman rtPbWtQ replyWend
Wend all 11 right said the pn genkrous genkrousluger lOU4 lOU4IRMII
man IcIdll Ttt lve ive you the 200 200 but Ill bet betj bet11IOJ4I
j IRMII fMQ 5 more there Ient a man In the whole wholelodge hole holepQd
pQd Uo4S lodge Wfc9 gn I Pi9y plJ the darned thing thingafter thing1tft thingI
I after 1tft ther g get t it IVI
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WIlliAM J JWHll JWHllDelivered BRnN TU4N1 61Y1 DAY Y ADDRfSS ADDRfSSiC RtSS RtSSDelivered
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Delivered nt t Banquet Given by Ambassador Choate Choateat t
I II at the Hotel Cacil Loadon Ldadon4 i
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SSr Chalrjnaij Your Excellency Tour TourGrace I
Grace My Lorvfc Loi Ladle and Gentleraea GentleraeaIt 1 1It
It fit I woo havereasonto ha reuon to be grateful fo fomy f J Jthe I
the opPortunlt of me meeting n 110 many 0 I I
my JIl own countpjnaen and those < who are areso I Iso I
so like Uk my countrymen that I cannot cannotlo I I
lo toekln baking king C down the UUrtes e8 tell which ia iawhich I
which wbk 1 am not s Vr i laed ed to find that thattbe UUltthe
the lafltes la of Kngianfl are oe so 0 handsome I Ias I IIS
as to be token tenror for Am tfcl na fop 1 Save Savefound I
found the todies de1I everywhere haadaom haadaomenough basudsolflpi 1 1enouh
enough for the men bat I haw baftlittle been A
little surprised to rind that I tOUJd pot pottell ot
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tell an Englishman from an American n en enthe
the street here And as I bare a high laictlopltllon
opinion of the American I cannot cnnota hive hivea
a low opinion of the Ei EiCheers En EnIt Engla EnglaCheers
Cheers it ia I proper tbat I should ex express expr ¬
press pr ifay ty T gratitude tonight for several severalthings seV411thlUp
things T I am am grateful teful to our distinguish distinguishambassador dttngUtllMdambatsador
ambassador for the courtesies he has hasnhown hUah hsahGwn
nhown ah wn me and T have the advantage of ofhim ofhim
him in one respect I have ha ve seen and heard heardhtm beardhim 1 1him
him before Once when 1 was in Wash Washington WhIngton ¬ I
ington a young inan then I went into lnt lntthe
the supreme Mu mc court of the United i State Stateand
and heard a lawyer arguing a ease 1 WHS WHSo wM wMso
110 o impt Impressed eased with the appearance of the theman theman theman
man and with the manner of his speech speechthat sJefhthat 8peechthat 1
that I inquired who this lawyer migut migutbe mltbe
be and wa wa told that it was Mr Cheat Cheatof CttOAteof
of New York From that time to this I r rhave
have looked back ck to that occasion and andI
I have never found in n my country a law lawyer Jawfer ancJ1 ¬ I
yer ye who measured higher than be did didCheers
Cheers I am grateful to him for his hiskind hi hikind I
kind words although in doing me what whathe
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he intended for a kindness be ha ball aonva aonvawhat 8QDfewhat ao aowhat t
what enbarraaed me and if I were to togive togive
give full credit to what be has Bard 1 1am Jam Iam
am afraid I might soon be like the young
lady whose sweetheart praised her untU untUWouj4 uaWshe
she became M vain that she Wouj4 not notapeak notsptk notspk
apeak to him Laughter This society
I am Informed celebrates two occasions occasionsth occa occasIonsthe 1on 1onthe
th the Fourth of July Jul and Thanksgiving day
On the Fourth of July Jui we celebrate our ourindependence i
independence on Thanksgiving day da > we weacknowledge weck weacknowledge
acknowledge ck owledco our dependence And it itptlOller la lapioper ispuhr
pioper that Mr Choats should be a con conspiouous con conaplcuoU8 conspi000tiC
spiouous figure on both occasion occaaloncae be because because
cause on th the Fourth of July we boa boat t hf hfwbat < > f fwhat fwhet
what we have apd on oi Thanksgiving T ltaaivln < day daywe daywe daywe
we feel ttoe grateful gPat for what t we have ae De Deceived NCelTe4 secalved ¬
calved and we aft at > both prcwl and a nd grate
ful for Ambassador AM botS < 3Rda 1la LAttghtor LAttghtorof Laugbtand
aDd cbe cheerO d lpIIb of July U Uthan t the theeae > e ee
e eae 8eMd8 drel than it does doeson < dooon ON ONon
on any ft TOef t M Mldit d Us scream a may maygrate maycrate maygrate
grate josre JQ ha harrtdr ell en the foreign ear
train if 4oe oes at atali7 any afl otaer4Jme other time < But on onthis Olithllt oz
this thu day we cultivate reverence and ex express oxptsos ¬ I Iprws
press our appreciation of those blessings J
j that have come to our tepttntry C ttntrr without withoutthe wltboutthe withoutthe
the thought or r aid or o Americans Wa Wahave V a ahavt
have ha reason to look with some decree o op at atpL4 < i ipldp
pldp p pL4 l upon the aohlevcm a achievement nt of the United
States we contemplate tplate the prevent t with witoxattofaction wUa withsatisfaction
satisfaction a and look l ok to th the future with
hope and yet on this occasion aflion We may raavwell
well remember that we are but building buildingupon buUdlOupon buildingupon
upon the foundations that tha have been t on > n laid 1111 1
for us We e did not create ate the fertile wjil wjilthat IIICJtlt IIICJtlthbe soilthat
that t ia the thbe basis b of our O agricultural agriculturalgreatiMas agriculturalgret05T lt ltfl
greatiMas fl t the streams that t drain and
feed ed our valleys were not channelled by
human hands We did not fashion tne tneclimate tneclimate theclimate
climate that gives ivea us the white cotton
belt of the south the yellow ElIoW wheat belt beltof beltof boltof
of the nortb and the central ntral coriv CQrnbelt bait
that joins joi the two and overlap tbom them
both We V do not gather tp the moisture moistureand moisturean
and an fix the date dat of the early and later laterralna Jt Jtralna 1terrains
ralna we did not hide away in the moun ¬ I
tains the gold old and the silver we did not nottore nottore notstore
tore in the earth the deposits of f copper copperand coppera copperarid
and a of sine ldn we did not create the meas measures mens mensu1eC meflauret ¬
ures of coal and the th beds bed of f Iron Ail
these natural resources ouroes which we have
but b t commenced to develop de lop are the gift giftof giftat ft ftof
of him before whom we bow in gratitude art ude
tonight to lAUd cheers e 1II Nor Norre are w W6 In
d de debted M ied d to the Heavenly Heavenl Father alone for forwe I
we w have received much from thOM woo wooare wbaare Whoare
are separated from us by b the Atlantic
If we have great and nourishing indus ¬
tries we must not forget that every na ¬
tion in Europe has sent IH nt us its I trainee traineeand tratntfand tra1nertnd
and killed artlaa artisans Ifi If I we have lu VE made
Intellectual inten cb l progress s we 1 > must remember
that those who crossed the ocean aa pio ¬
risers brought brou ht with thorn their tht > ir Intelli ¬
gence and their d d1t desire nire for learn ¬
ing Even our religion is not of
American origin Uke you OU we laid l the
foundations of war ehurch in the Holy
I Land > and and nd those > who ho came In th t the May Ity ¬
flower andIn and f IB other ships brought a love
of religious liberty lIbert Free speech which
has been bee developed n our country and
which we prtee so mUch is not of Am Amer r i
lean origin Since Slnce1 vl have b c been here I
have been profoundly impressed with the thepart Uepart thepart
part that Englishmen have taken in es e ¬
tablishing tabii bln the right of tree speech i
Cheers And I may ma m4y that before I
rame to this country countr the thing that most mO t
challenged my admiration In the he English Englishopinion EolIshman ¬
man was hi his delermtnatlon 10 mak his hieopinion
opinion known frben f hen h he had an opinion
that he thought slunikhbe shcmlrJ e given to the theworld i
world Cheers rasMnp lal tng through the
Bank of England to which my m friend i
tn the ambassador has referred my 111 atten tt n
tlon was called to a protest t that Admiral A mlral
Cochrane wrote VP lpoD the banknote banlm te with wtIlwhich t I
I which he paid ald the thousand pounds fine
that had been en assessed assets l against him I I I Iwa
was wa interested in that protest because btc ue it i
showed a fearle f fearlessness > arlline snem that Indicates tb tbpossibility t the theposalbilitics
possibility of the race Let me read readwhat readwhat readwhat
what it said aid My aI health having havln suffered
by long and close confinement and nd my myto Qt
oppressors 88Ora > having resolved to deprive btC meor
of property or life I submit to rib rbry I Ito
to protect myself from murder laughter I 1
In the hope h N that I shall < live to brinrf brin the th I
delinquents to Justice Renewed laugh
ter I T1i That Is th the spirit that moves the htt
world There wa wax s a man In prison prIIIonmUlSt a amust I Imuat
must pay ia hia is fine in inc in order or r to gain bin h hi II
liberty li rty if believed bllIe the action > of tb1 tb1ourt th
ourt unjuHt He knew that if he utayed utayedlici tvd tvdthcl I
then thcl < hi would lost his bi life and lose 1ust the thechance dwchance I Ichan
chance chan for vindication vInd1C 1Uou < and vet a as he hewas t twas I
was wa going JtOltl forth from the prison doors
h b4 did not R gt > with lx ho licttrI ved head or ting ¬
lag but films f tln h hs > s tr trt < t > t In th fac U of I
his oppressors OPP > Ilr anti loll th thfm m h hted sutmlf sutmlft > ulInlrtft
t tft ted d to I o rohhcry rohhcr ri chir to to pmuet pi 1 cl liiu 11 Mie iiI I I I in j i the
hope ho that Iviviii ha vitr c srapeij s Lee from rum their th the1 tr r
hands In 11 miclit iniui lirinc hrin 1rj tli them m to justice jlfitl j tic I I F
lik 1ijr that U t ij Ji tlc l L iiKlishman ana 10 during
ray m v short knowledge knowle g of public affairs affl < trR t I I
have ha e looked across Hn the t 1 xeaii nce < II jind II nl ad admired admired ulmirPtI ¬
mired tbe moral morn I rouruge lIrug and 1 ruT thr th I hi mnil mnilness mlIIInfSS ma nil nilfleas
ness of o those Kngilshmen who hnve hn Uir tiari tiarito lr d
to stand out ut analnst overwhelming oddf oddfand ocldfann oddianti
and assert tlirir tll ir opini opiniIs < is before N orf1 tat tneworld tOfworld tatworld
world We e somftim mtmf f fe that thata WT w have havea
a sort of proprietary interest hi it the J > rB rBciyl rilt1 rilt1ciplu 5I 5IelOise
ciyl elOise a ol c eOVtUUUt vtmat lt > nL set n < torte wife in tbe 1b I
Declaration of fndeendence fn fDdenCt That It a i I
document which we have stven to tbe tbeworld Usworld I
world and yet tbe principles set t forU fortlloJtherein I
therein rrere ere not Invented by an Amer Am tl
lean Thomas Jefferson expressed ex re > SErl them tb i
In felicitous < lin lamu Ierrue uj and a1 put thfm into intopermanent intoperma int intpermacnt
permanent perma Jn t furm hut hu t tho t b h principles had hadbeen hadhfn ha I Iheex
been knc kncr p i hric i c T Th d drtrrie ntrirp wtrr thnt thntaft th tlir t tala tall
aft men are created equal 4uai < that th they y ara araendowed I Iendowed i iea
endowed ea with fftalknnble n liiinble rights that thatgovernment thatcovemmenb thaggvernments
government were cre instituted among men mento me meto I
to secure these rights and that they d drlv dfP denyc I Irlv
rlv nyc their Just ju t power from th t consent ff ffthe cfthe 0 0the
the govern i this doctrine which t trrcltour uls ulsfour fl flou
four ou ouari wltli nil 11 1 tin 1 h world tx v iii iiiinc Ilc Ilcqmcdcd n
qmcdcd < 00 inc < iv < il i tin 11 < 11 St HL ii it t o1 < I not nottuTitii lotnun ii t
tuTitii frwiu nun ih Ike j AWittienn mina minaftY aye it I t
did not come so much mum from any an > rnfnd as iu
It was an entanatlnu from rom the hea ieact t ana An I
it bad been In the hearts of o men then for agea n ng ngichry I
Ohcers ICh Feforv dr Columbus I turned urn tn it
e
1 i irow
prow p row of his ship towards the t he wept on that thateventful thatventful
e eventful voyage before the barons baronswre bronswreste5 ns nsNr
wre Nr wreste5 t ea 8 fttaffna Ra Charta bart from King John JoMnyes JeWnyet Johnee
yet yes ee before bef01ethe the Roman legion J g1olll landed on onne onhe
ise t he shores bore of this thl Island laiandaYe aye before tOPd Ho Homer Houre Homer ¬
mer aangirtbtit sentiment had nentled ne Utld in inthe Inthe Inhe
the t he heart art of man l and nerved him to re reatat r rIfhJt retat
atat s tat the Oppremsor nat sentiment wa wanot wanot Wryot
not n ot even en If f human oriifln or1 n Our own rrent rrentIJnccln rvetttLincoln t tlJncoht
Lincoln deelared d that it was Ood himself himselfwho hlmelwho himselfwho
who impiaatad M every human heart ea the thelove tireove
love l ove of liberty Yes when God created createdman cteatdE createdn
man I n when be gave gay e him life he linked Un lied to tothe top
E p p the hove iOpC rpf pt liberty and nd what CJod CJodhail Uo Uoiath
hail l iath Jollied together let no man put putaKtnid putCheen putsudei
aKtnid p sudei r Cheers We have received receivedG receivedweat
weat lngs from G God d and from all allis allulwhat
0 Wrie Eatrom 814 ulwhat what is our duty 1 8 8I1n eiin4
I1n e < iin4 lit nace e return to those e from whom whomtbo whomo whomhose
tbo t hose o Wits Its wore wre received It ia not potitl in ii our oursowar ourtower ournwer
tower i T be Slfake ke return to the father fathers fathertve fatheritove
s ove Wet oan we make return to totfioM toOH tOoee
tve tfioM OH Who have sacrificed mo 0 much muchr UtUchme ueh
me r oqr advancement ac1n ent Th The child van vanl eanftfer annever
l ftfer p > fy ever er melt full return to tbe mother motherkwhoa motherwhose otber otberWho
whose Who lif lwt tx U8ta trembled oi led In the t balance at Its itabirth Itsbirth Itsirth
birth b an sfld whose klndn klndneas as and care eregpar4ed re rea
gpar4ed a lttn it l Ut all the years rtI of Infancy Infancyo InfncTftet1IIhM
Tftet1IIhM nn t mo muak full retUh1 to tolhe tothe
the tea teacher o awekeqed the mind and andoused andtfoTouM4 androusod
tfoTouM4 p oused aB p ambition for a broader Intel Inteltoal Intelt intelsctqaI
l sctqaI toal t l fr The adult cannot make full fullreturn tullreturn fulleturn
return r to the patriarch whose noble life lifeV UtecaVe lifegaye
caVe V inspiration and incentive So a aeratioM anerattoa aenersttoa
nerattoa eratioM cannot make return to the thegeneration theceaNation theeneration
generation g gone it must make Its return returnto
to t o the generationa to come Our nation nationmuat nationmuat nationariat
muat l discharge its debt not to the dead deadbut deadb1U deadbut
but to 0 the tbelIVln Jiving 1vIng How can our country countrydischarge copntryischarge
discharge dJ d tali tI great debf debt In but one oneway oneway onewar
way and l that ia 1 by giving to the world worldsomething worldomething I III
something II s equal quat1ft > ln valu to that which wnlchit
it i t baa received lOCeh from the t he world And Andwhat Andwhit
what w is the be graatest a te8t gift that man can canbestow canbestow
bestow upon man Feed a man and he hewill hewill
will hunger agafc ph give gi him clothing and andbis andhint
hint iii olotMRg Iot will wear out but b t give him himi
a noble ideal Mid 1 that ideal will be with withhim withbhn withhim
him throuch evpry waking hour lifting liftinghim Jlttin Jlttinhim liftingrtrp <
him to a bigbeT ldt plane of life UI and giving givingth givInghim
him hi a bM r eo coheoption toft nfhf8 of his rellatioQJ eltlongto
to o ida s t felloWs I kno know w therefore of ap apres4sr
r res4sr vId j that my y country can ret retdcl
t1fl tp the wo world riff than to fuml furnish h to o the theWl8rlcf theigsrl
Wl8rlcf igsrl th tile higheSt ideal eal that the world worldknowo worMbaa worldbe
baa be knOW That Mt l ideal a1 must be 80 o far farw fardt farabove
above mm bMt dt wilt teeP w lookinr lookinrfar Iookiigupward
upward qU qr qu Una and so far In ad adof 84ft advt
ft of uethztt vsth t w We Shall an never vr overtake overtakeIt
It I Iuaow know of no Better illustration no noter 110ter tobetter
better ter ymbeof tMfI of an ideal life than the theliving tnHYIng theiving
living l spring pouring forth constantly constantlyof
of that whl whIthitiefrealtes MfefreaHes and Jnvlgoratea Jnvlgorateanot
not the the8t stagnant nt pool which receive receivecontribution receiveroRtrlbutlo receivscontribution
contribution from all the land around aroundan4h aroundand
and around and gives forth nothing nothingCheera nothingCheers
Ch Cheers Our ijr nation mast make E a large largeopntrfnutfcm lamClPn Laiwecpntbution
opntrfnutfcm ClPn uUcm to the welfare w lfar of the world worldhtve worlft worldi4
ft i4 it lu 1fO l ° reflection t1ectfon uPQI1 those who whoqy whohgv
htve pone 110 before tM f to toto a gy th hAt t we oUlIht ourhtto
to d dir better than they have rone one We Wewould Vf Vfw p
would w uld not m meet > et t the th responsibilities of ofrottay ortdtIay otrrIday
rottay It we did not build still higher th thfal thcjlaI > >
fal utriicturcr tp t which they the devoted devotedthElr devotedtheir
their liven Cheers > I visited the Tower Tow Towerof r rof
of Ixwldgn today and saw upon the wall walla
a strange S 3e flfftve It was made o oswords of ofWOrd8 ofswords
swords ramrod and bayonets and was wasfashioned wasfashioned 8 8faahf0na4
fashioned into the be form of a flower flowerSomeone flCw flowerSomeone r rSOmeone
Someone had put a card on It and aptly aptlynamed aptl aptlnalPed aptlynamed
named it the passion flower flowerand and it has hasfcaan hastoo
been too ett often the International flower flowerIfitit flowerBut
Ifitit But the world has ha madeVpeogreae maflM No Nolonger NoloOSer
longer do ambition NQbl on and avarice furnish a aaufflete aauffteieflt aaufflOieat
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made progress We have reached reach a point pointwhere pointwhere pointwhere
where we respect t n net t the man who will willdie willdie willdie
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who willdie wilt die rather hr than trespass upon uponthe uponthe uponthe
the rights of another Cheers Hail to tothe tothe tothe
the nation whatever aHI r Ita It name may nta h hthat ht httt hethat >
that leads the World towards the realize realization naa1iZ11tion realizetlon ¬
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