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L 4 THE SALT LAKE HERALD MONDAY lVIO jA y FEBRUARY F 12 i 1906 19O
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A FOOL APPROPRIATION APPROPRIATIONThe
The Cuban congress has unanimously unanimouslyadopted unanimouslyadopted unanimouslyadopted
adopted a resolution appropriating 25
000 with which to purchase a wedding weddingpresent weddtnpresent weddingpresent
present for Miss Alice Roosevelt A Adispatch Adispatch Adispatch
dispatch says the money will probably probablybe
be expended on pearls or some other otherJewelry otherjewelry otherjewelry
Jewelry Whatever it Is expended on onmost onmost onmost
most people will regard the action of ofthe otthe ofthe
the congress as an altogether asinine asinineprocedure asinineprocedure asinineprocedure
procedure To devote 26000 of the themoney themoney themoney
money of the people of Cuba to the pur purchase purchase purchase ¬
chase of a present for a young woman womanwho womanwho womanwho
who will be fairly overloaded with pros presents prasenta prosouts ¬
outs is Uttle short of criminal criminalIf
If Cuba was a rich nation the rich richest rIohest rlohest ¬
est in the world her congress would wouldstill wouldsUll wouldstill
still be exceeding the th ordinary power powerof powerat powerof
of such a lawmaking lawm king body in ordering orderingan
an appropriation of this character characterCuba characterCuba characterCuba
Cuba Is not a 8 rich republic if reports reportsfrom raportsfrom reportsfrom
from the Island are true She Sh is having havinga
a hard time paying the interest on her herdebt herdebt herdebt
debt and meeting the normal expenses expensesof
of conducting the government Be Besides Besldoo Besides ¬
sides there are plenty of very poor poorpeople poorpoonle poorpeoj1e
people in Cuba It would ould be very much muchbetter muchbetter muchbetter
better to give them the money than to todonate todonate todonate
donate it In the form of pearls or any anyother anyother anyother
other offering to the daughter of the theAmerican theAmerican theAmerican
American president presidentIt
It would have been all right for the theCuban theCuban theCuban
Cuban people to raise by individualsub Individual Individualsubscription individualsubscription
subscription sub crfption a sum of money for a pros present pr prosent s sent ¬
ent for Miss Roosevelt It would be in ingratitude ingratitude Ingratitude ¬
gratitude of the basest character in indeed indeed Indeed ¬
deed for them to fail to do something somethingof
of the sort Ingratitude Yes base baseignoble b8seIgnoble baseIgnoble
ignoble miserable Ingratitude Did not notMiss notMiss notMiss
Miss RooMvelts august au st father fath r alone alonesinglehanded aJonesInglehandtd lones1nglehanted
singlehanded and nd unterrlfled sweep sweepthe sweepthe sweepthe
the haughty Don from the fair t ir land of ofCuba ofCuba ofCuba
Cuba Did he not charge gloriously up upSan upSan upSan
San Juan hill and were not the th Span Spaniards SDtlnlards Sonlards ¬
lards so terrified at his hI appearance that thatthey thatthe thatthey
they the ran pell mell and flung ung themselves themselvesinto
into the sea on the other side of the theisland theisland theIsland
island Why sure B BMt t Beloved B lovad why whysure whysure whysure
sure That is what we have all been beengiven beengiven beengiven
given to understand by Mr rr Roosevelt Rooseveltand Rooseveltand Rooseveltand
and his biographers biographersSo
So it is natural n tural for the Cubans to feel feelgrateful feelgr feelgr4teful
grateful gr teful to feel that they the should take takeadvantage takeadvantage takeadvantage
advantage of this opportunity to show showtheir showtheir showtheir
their gratitude But the money should shouldhave shouldhave shouldhave
have been raised by Individual Indi tdual subscrip subscription subscrIption subseription ¬
tion Every P peso so should have been beenflung beenflung beenflung
flung into a hat paseed pUl ed by a ragged raggedCuban raggedCubon raggedCuban
Cuban set free from the yoke of Spain Spainby Spainby Spainby
by the magnificent courage of the un undaunted undaunted undaunted ¬
daunted Roosevelt the noble sire of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the fair woman who is soon to wed wedTo wedTo wedTo
To be serious again Can the presi president president president ¬
dent afford to permit the acceptance of ofthis ofthis ofthis
this gift Will it not in a a way place placethe placethe placethe
the nation under obligations to Cuba Cubaobligations Cubaobligations Cubaobligations
obligations that may later prove Irk Irksome Irksome Irksome ¬
some someQIDDINGS someGIDDINGS someGIDDINGS
GIDDINGS DOESNT KNOW KNOWReviewing KNOWReviewing KNOWReviewIng
Reviewing the new book by Henry HenryGeorge HenryGeorge HenryGeorge
George jr The Menace of Privilege PrivilegeProfessor PrlvngeProtessor PrivilegeProfessor
Professor Franklin H Giddings of Co Columbia Columbia Celwnbla ¬
lumbia university nl lslty says siy in the New NewYork NewYork NewYork
York Times T es Even more dangerous dangerousthan dangerousthan dangerousthan
than op opdn opn < 5n corruption cottU1 > ton because more moresubtle moresubtle morefiubtlo
subtle ia I the influence that wealth is isexerting fsexertin Isexerting
exerting exertin ovor public opinion through Its Itscontrol Itscontrol Itscontrol
control of the press the university anu anuthe 3nuthe an anthe
the pulpit Mr Georgo In his book booksays booksays booksays
says saysBut
But on the whole Privilege as it itgrows Itgrows Itgrows
grows stronger strives to strengthen its itshold Itshold Itshold
hold on a channel of o news whether of ofthe otthe ofthe
the newspaper nsp > > et or of the th higher period periodical periodIcal peiIodical ¬
ical prass This is not to say ay that the theentire theentire theentire
entire pr prNII B Is actually in bondage to today today today ¬
day Some of the greatest newspapers newspapersand
and nd periodicals prle llcbl are fre tree In all ll respects rospectsBut rospectBBut respectsBut
But the large majority of the dailies dailiesweeklies dalliesweeklies dailiesweeklies
weeklies and monthlies turn pleader pleadarand pJe8derand pleaderand
and champion fer Privilege In this thisthat thisthat thisthat
that or theMber the other raapect each 6 h In its itsown itsnwn itsown
own way w oma all the time others oth rg only onlyon onlyon onlyon
on rara ooeaaions ooeaaionsNothing oeeaslonsNothing ons onsNothlngltl
Nothing Je rqere j popjilar t eular tplar in some oir oireles oirdes airdoe
des doe than attaaks on what is daeeribed daeeribedas d8fiierib d8fiieribS
as S the th eapifcalirtia eaoltA t ti tie prawi People who whohave whohave whohave
have studied stu U8d the situation carefully do donot d dnot dGnot
not balieva that the large lar e majority majorityor
or any lIlY oeMidarebla number of o the thanewspapers thenawsptlprs thenewspapers
newspapers are spaoial pleaders ple dttrs for forPrivilege forPrlvUege forPrivilege
Privilege all the tIme or even part of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the time Witm very 10 t few sxcoptions Eh ptions the thecolumns th thcolumns thecolumns
columns of the newspapers are open openwith openwith openwith
with the widest poaetbia iI6tbl latitude con consistent oonsistent consistent ¬
sistent with the value of the news of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the day and the pres Pre1iS af fav advertising rUsing to tohonest tohonest tohonest
honest disfueaion dlstu lon of ail public ques questions Questions questions ¬
tions tionsIf tionsIfPJi tionsIF
If IfPJi PrIrIIg Ppivfi I a With = a eapitai apita P P oon oontrolled oo ootfolJad wmtrollod
trolled the tilenewslHLPers newspapers of the country countrywould sountrywould ountrywould
would the great gr8 t insuva f ineuaie IMIftlJM aa officials offici i8 have havefceen havebeen havebeen
been lashed Into Jnt prvato private life Would Wouldnot Wouldrwt Wouldnot
not the tb Standard < OI if i company the the mat Riaattrust m mattrust t ttrust
trust the steeL trust and ail the th Other Othergread Olhoffr6ii otherredr
gread redr combinations of capital cl ita that thatc
c
have grown rown up be th the thesubject8 subjects of Qf1 ofpraise ofpraiserather jpraise jpraiserather > ralse ralserather
rather than blame How often oft n do you yousee YO YOsee yousee
see in a newspaper anything pleasant pleasantabout pleasantabout Dleasantabout
about one of those corporations corpora ons Think Thinkit
it over o er and you will find out no mat matter matter matter ¬
ter how many newspapers you read readyou readyou readyou
you will rarely find one cQntalnlng com comment comment cornmeat ¬
meat ment of a a favorafole character on the thesubjects thefSubJectB theubjots
subjects mentioned mentionedIf
If Privilege controlled the university universitywould universitywould universitywould
would Professor Giddings be permitted permittedto
to attack it We have not heard of his hisbeing 111sbeing hIsbeing
being discharged for the utterance at attributed attributed attributed ¬
tributed to him Nor will he be dis discharged discharged dincharged ¬
charged for the good and sufficient rea reason reason rcason
son that Privilege does not control the theuniversity theuniversity theuniversity
university speaking in the broadest broadesti broadestsense broadestsense
i sense any mom than it controls the thenewsparjers the thenqwspaDers thenowapaDers
newsparjers newsparjersPEED nqwspaDers nowapaDersSPEED
0 0SPEED
SPEED PEED AND RELIABILITY RELIABILITYAt
At Ormonde Florida the other day dayan dayan dayan
an automobile was driven five miles milesover milesover milesover
over the beach in considerably less lessthan lessthan lessthan
than three minutes The exact time timewas timewas timewas
was 245 ½ or at the rate of nearly nearlytwo nearlytwo nearlytwo
two miles a minute There is much muchsatisfaction muchsatisfaction muchsatisfaction
satisfaction in this for people who are areafflicted areafflicted areafflicted
afflicted with wi th the disease known as asspeed asspeed asspeed
speed madness Nobody wants to totravel totravel totravel
travel over ordinary roads at any anything anything anything ¬
thing like such a pace The average averagecitizen averagecitizen averagecitizen
citizen who thinks seriously of pur purchasing purchasing ¬ I Iohasing
chasing an automobile makes Inquiries Inquiriesas
as to its reliability rol lab lUty Great speed Is a asecondary asecondary asecondary
secondary consideration considerationOf
Of vastly more interest to the gen general general general ¬
eral public than the speed trials trials at atOrmonde atOrmonde atOrmonde
Ormonde are ar statistics showing the thelessening thelessening thelessening
lessening pf the danger in the use of ofautomobiles ofautomobUes ofautomobiles
automobiles the danger to pedestrians pedestriansas
as well as to drivers of the vehicles J JH JH JH
H McMullin an automobile expert experthas experthas experthas
has recently cently compiled figures regard regarding regarding regarding ¬
ing automobile automobileaccIdents accidents inChicago in Chicago in incomparison incomparison Incomparison
comparison with accidents caused by byother byother byother
other vehicles vehiclesThe vehiclesThe vehiclesThe
The statistics show that in 1905 five fivepeople fivepeople fivepeople
people were killed by motor cars in inChicago inChicago inChicago
Chicago During During the same period periodtwelve per periodtwelve od odtwelve
twelve were killed by vehicles drawn drawnby drawnby drawnby
by horses and three hundred and andthirtyseven andthIrtyseven andthirtyseven
thirtyseven were killed by street cars carsIn carsIn carsIn
In Chicago there are twentyone hun hundred hundred hundred ¬
dred street cars and thirtysix hun hundred hundred hundred ¬
dred automobiles The number of ofhorsedrawn ofhorsedrawn ofhorsedrawn
horsedrawn vehicles is not stated statedProm statedFrom statedFrom
From the figures it is fair to presume presumethat pr piesumethat sume sumethat
that drivers of automobiles are grow growing growing growing ¬
ing more careful of the rights of oth others others others ¬
ers The showing sh wing will cause surprise surpriseto
to many too because stories of people peoplebeing peoplebeing peoplebeing
being run down by automobiles seem seemto seemto seemto
to be published with great frequency frequencyThe
The truth is that more prominence Is Isgiven isgiven Isgiven
given to automobile accidents because becausethe becausethe i ithe
the automobile being as yet the rich richmans rIchmans iIchmans
mans vehicle some wellknown man manor manor manor
or woman usually figures in every ac accident RCcid nocident ¬
cident cidentMore cid cidentMore en t tMore
More automobile passengers and anddrivers anddrivers anddrivers
drivers by several hundred per cent centthan centthan centthan
than pedestrians are killed by automo automobiles automobiles automobibs ¬
biles And much more space is given givento
to them than to deaths In horsedrawn horsedrawnvehicles horsedrawnvehicles horsedrawnvehicles
vehicles for the reason already stated statedTHE statedTHE statedTHE
THE THE CUSTOM HOUSE CASE CASEOfficials CASEOfficials CASEOfficials
Officials of the National City bank of ofNew ofNew ofNew
New York the Rockefeller institution institutionare
are having a hard time explaining the thacustom thecustom thecustoms
custom house transaction tran ftc ion mention of ofwhich ofwhich ofwhich
which was made in Icongress congress a few fewdays fewdays fewdays
days ago The property was purchased purchasedfrom purchased purchasedfrom purchasedfrom
from the government In 1899 the con consideration consideration cons conssideration ¬
sideration being 3295000 32 6OO The bank bankhas bankhas bankhas
has never paid a cent of taxes on the theproperty theproperty theproperty
property the reason being that it has hasnever hasnever hasnever
never been given a deed to it Obvious Obviously ¬
ly the purpose in not securing a deed deedwas deedwas deedwas
was to evade the payment of taxes taxesThis taxesThis taxesThis
This is practically admitted by Frank FrankA
A Vanderlip vice president of the thebank thebank thebank
bank bankMr banklIr bankMr
Mr Vanderlip says that th t all except
50000 of the t e purchase price has been beenpaid beenpaid beenpaid
paid On this balance the bank pays paysInterest paysinterest paysInterest
Interest to the government at the rate rateof rateof rateof
of 4 par centper cent par annum or 2000 a ayear arear ayear
year rear The bank Is able to pay that 50 500o
000 0o any time but It prefers to pay the theinterest thetnterSt theinterest
interest rather than the taxes for If it itwas itwas itwas
was assess3d at anything like the price pricepaid prIcepaid pricepaid
paid the taxes would aggregate very verymuch verymuch verymuch
much more than 2000 a year It is as asclear asclear asclear
clear a case of tax dodging as anybody anybodyever anybodyever
ever saw sawIt sawIt sawit
It has developed further that on the
3215000 the bank has paid to the gov government governmenton government ¬
ernment ernmenton on the purchase price the gov government government goveminent ¬
ernment pays the bank 4 per cent inter interest interest Interest ¬
est per annum or 128600 a year as asrent asrent asrent
rent for th building Is still occupied occupiedby
by the government as a a customs house bousepending housepending housepending
pending the completion of a a new struc structure structure structure ¬
ture It will be four or five years long longer ¬
er at least before the new customs customshouse customshouse customshouse
house is completed so that the bank bankwill bankwill bankwill
will receive In interest tnte est qr rent a total totalof totalot totalof
of considerably aoqsldcrablY more m than 1000000 1000000This 1000000This 1000000This
This will reduce tho cost of the proper property property property ¬
ty to the bank by more than onethird onethirdMr
Mr Vanderlip declares that there Is Isno isno Isno
no evasion of taxes because If the title titlehad titlehad titlehad
had passed to the bank the amount amountpaid amountpaid amountpaid
paid for the property would have been beendeducted beendoducted beendeducted
deducted from the capital surplus and andundivided andundivIded andundivided
undivided profits ef the bdnk Yet Mr MrVanderllp 1rVanderUp MrVanderlip
Vanderllp Is careful not to say that the thea21s000
3215000 actually paid to the govern government government government ¬
ment has not been deducted from the thebanks thebanks thebanks
banks resources The chances are de deoidadly deolddly doaldedly
oidadly that the th amount actually has hasbeen hasbeen hasbeen
been deducted deductedAnother doduotedAnother deductedAnother
Another curious defense is that the thebank thebank thebank
bank could not t take title outright be beoausa beMuse because
Muse under the national bankinglaw bankinglawbanks banking Jaw Jawbanka lawbanks
banks are expressly forbidden to own ownraal awnreal ownreal
real estate except that actually occu occupied occupied occuplod ¬
pied for banking house purposes Did Didnot Didnot Didnot
not Mr Ir Vanderlip know this when the thepurchase thepurchase thepurchase
purchase was was as made If so why did he hebuy hebuy hebuy
buy the property If not why didnt didnthe didnthe didnthe
he ask the government to refund the themoney themoney themoney
money paid and cancel the th transaction transactionUntil transactionUntil 1 1Until
Until these questions are answered the thepublic tli tlipubllc tIIepublic
public will be pardoned for fo viewing viewingwith viewingwith viewingwith
with suspicion all phases of the customs customshouse customs customshouse customshouse
house deal dealHER dealHER
p QI QIHER
HER POINT OF VIEW VIEWChicago VIEWOhlcago VIEWOhicago
Chicago News NowsHim N6WSII1mI NewsHimi
Him II1mI I wouldnt marry the best woman womanon
on earth arthHor earthEorThats rth rthHotTI1ats
Hor HotTI1ats Thats a sensible declaration dcclaratfoMmrm
Him Mmrm Im surprised to hear you sy s so soHOT soIlor sOit
HOT gut t it itwQJJIiJ would fee such an illaa illaartad UlD5s
s o > rtad no ted match you know
THI S CENTURY CENTURYAGE CENTURYAGE
AGE Of COPPER COPPERAlmost
Almost a Billion Pounds of the Metal MetalProduced MetalProduced MetalProducel
Produced in the United trnitedStates UnitedStates UnitedStates
States Last Year YearYET YearYET YearYET
YET IMPORTS WERE HEAVY HEAVYELECTRICAL HEAVYELECTRICAL HEAVYELECTRICAL
ELECTRICAL WORK TAKES THE THELIONS THELIONS THELIONS
LIONS SHARE SHAREWashington SHAREWashington SHAREWashington
Washington Feb 11 llExperts Experts esti estimate estimate estimate ¬
mate that the production of copper in inthis inthis inthis
this country last year was approxi approximately approximately approximately ¬
mately 943000000 pounds or 133000000 133000000pounds 133000000pounds 133000000pounds
pounds more than in 1904 and it is pre predicted predIcted predicted ¬
dicted that this year will willshow show an even evenlarger evenlarger evenlarger
larger increase Yet at such a pace pa is isthe isthe isthe
the consumption of the metal growing growingthat growingthat growingthat
that the output of ore does not meet meetour meetour meetour
our national needs and we are import importing importing Importing ¬
ing larger and larger quantities from fromacross fromacross fromacross
across the Atlantic AtlanticFirst AtlanticFIrst AtlanticFirst
First and foremost this is an electri electrical electrical electrical ¬
cal age and the utilization of electri electricity electricity electricity ¬
city is largely dependent upon copper copperTransmission copperTransmission copperTransmission
Transmission of electrical energy
wear imposed on machinery Brass Brassand Brassand Brassand
and copper tu1 tubing > ing is used ufi d In many manyboilers manyboilers manYboilers
boilers especially in those of locomo locomotives locomotives locomotives ¬
tives for It will endure enormous enormouS pres pressure pressure pressure ¬
sure and in an excellent conductor of ofheat ofheat ofheat
heat and copper tubes are used al almost almost almost ¬
most exclusively in marine condensers condensersWhile condenserswhlle condenserswhile
While many vessels have their hulls hullssheathed lufllssheathed 1 1ls 1lssheathed
sheathed with copper copperThe copverThe copperThe
The landlubber architect as well as ashis ashis ashis
his brother of the sea utilizes copper coppermore coppermore coppermore
more than most of us realize The sky skyscraper skyscraper skyscraper ¬
scraper has roofing and cornices made madefrom madefrom madefrom
from the metal churches and public publicbuildings uubUcbuil publicbuildings
buildings buil < 1Ings are adorned with bronze hronzegates bronzegates bronzegates
gates and doors and bronze grill work workand workand workand
and from copper and its compositions compositionsare
are wrought all manner of other decor decorations decorationsvases decoratlonsvases ¬
ations ationsvases vases urns tablets busts and andstatues andstatues andstatues
statues The comfort of even the hum humblest humblest humblest ¬
blest American home owes almost as asmuch asmuch asmuch
much to copper as the beauty of our ourmost ourmost ourmost
most magnificent buildings Knobs and andlocks andlocks andlocks
locks for doors and furniture rods rodsfor rodsfor rodsfor
for portieres curtains and stair car carpets carpets 8r 8rpets ¬
pets pipes and faucets often plated platedwith platedwith platedwIth
with nickel but nevertheless copper copperunderneath copperunderneath cooperunderneath
underneath furniture lamps chandel chandeliers chandeliers chandellers
iers and a Q hundred smaller < but equally equaUyneoessary equallynecessary j jnecessary
necessary things are made from cop copper cOPper conper ¬
per brass and bronze bronzeIn
In the Manufactures ManufacturesIn
In manufacturing processes for uten utensils utensils utensun ¬
sils aa well as machinery copper has hastaken hastaken hastaken
taken the place of other metals in many manyways manyways manyways
ways Sugar factories and refineries refineriesdepend refineriesd refineriesdepend
depend d pend upon it for their pans pulp and andpaper andpaper andpaper
paper mills for their vats distilleries distilleriesfor
for their worms and stalls breweries for fortheir fortheIr fortheir
their kettles Patterns are stamped on oncalicos oncaUcos oncalicos
calicos and print cloths with copper copperrolls copperrolls copperrolls
rolls the typewriter in you business businessoffice businessoffice businessoffice
office the signs outside the office door doorand doorand doorand
and tho lettering on the office window windowall
all employ the same raw material The Theworks Theworks Theworks
works and cases of the cheap American
THE CABLE YOU SEE IN THE STREET STREETIt
It Looks Like a Reel of Lead Pipe and Contains Over One Hundred Miles of ofCopper ofCopper ofCopper
Copper Wire
forms a a vary respectable system by it itself itself Itself ¬
self The largest size cable encloses enclosesin
in its leaden sheath 1200 separate separatewires separatewires separatewires
wires and comes in 600foot lengths so sothat sothat sothat
that altogether It is made up of 140 140miles 140mites 140miles
miles of copper threads the average averagelength averagelength averagelength
length o of sections of cables used for forunderground forunderground forunderground
underground work in the big cities Is
500 feet which means 120 miles mil s of wire wireMillions wireMillions wireMillions
Millions of Miles of Wire WireIn WireInaddltlon WireIn
In Inaddltlon addition to the copper in the tel telephone telephone telophone ¬
ephone lines there are millions of ofmiles ofmiles ofmiles
miles of wire in the intricate appar apparatus apparatus apparatus ¬
atus of central offices and the connec connections connections connections ¬
tions on subscribers premises One of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the 10000line switchboards used in the thebig thebig thebig
big telephone centers includes 4000 4000miles 4000mUes 4000miles
miles of wire wireenough enough to reach from fromsay fromsay fromsay
say St Louis to Liverpool if it were werepieced werepJe werepieced
pieced pJe ed together in a single line lineThe lineThe lineThe
The switchboards in the ten largest largestolties largestolties largestcities
olties in the country have about 65000 65000miles 65000mUes 65000miles
miles of wire in them not counting the thetiny thetiny thetiny
tiny copper threads threadsno no coarser in insulation insulation Insulation ¬
sulation and all than the finest thread threadof
of cotton which the American house housewife housewife housewife ¬
wife uses for sewing sewingwhich which are wound woundabout woundbout woundbout
bout the magnets and relays of which whichthere whichthere whichthere
there is a set for every subscribers line linethat linethat linethat
that comes into the board In a single singlerelay singlerelay singlerelay
relay is half a pound of copper spun spunout spunout spunout
out to a length of threetenths of a amile amile amile
mile There Is from half a mile to a amile amile amile
mile of wire in each of the relays con connected connected connected ¬
nected with the cords by which the theoperators theperators theOperators
operators at central join two circuits circuitstogether circuitstogether circuitstogether
together and every operator who an answers answers answers ¬
swers calls has seventeen of these cords cordswhile cordswhile cordswhile
while the trunk operators who connect connectone
one central office with another but do donot donot donot
not answer subscribers calls directly directlyhave directlyhave directlyhave
have twentyfive cords Altogether Altogetherther A1togetherthEir Altogetherthere
thEir are 200000 miles of fine fin wire in inthe inthe Inthe
the ten relays of the switchboards of oftha otthe ofthe
the ten largest phone cities citiesMany ciUesMany citiesMany
Many Copper Devices DevicesAll DevicesAll DevicesAll
All of the copper used In equipping a acentral acErtral accttral
central office Is not in the form of wire wirehowever wIrehewever wirehowever
however Either pure or alloyed the themetal themetal themetal
metal enters into the protective devices deviceswhich deviceswhIch deviceswhich
which guard the apparatus against againstdamage againstdamage againstdamage
damage from lightning and the like likethe likethe likethe
the fuse mountings mountin and arrester arrestersprings arrestersprings arrestersprings
springs as they are Called The plugs plugsat
at the ends of the operators connect connecting connecting copnecting ¬
ing cords and the springs inside the thejacks thejacks thejacks
jacks or switchsockets in which whicheach whioheach whicheach
each circuit from outside terminates terminatesIn
In the switchboard the weights which whichpull whichpull whichpull
pull the cords back into place when whenthey whenthey whenthey
they are not in use the drops or ortargets ortargets ortargets
targets that on one type of board boardsignal boardsIgnal boardsignal
signal the operator when the sub subscriber subscriber subscriber ¬
scriber wants to attract her attention attentionall
all are largely of copper and so are arethe arethe arethe
the myriads of screws rivets and minor minorfastenings minorfastenings minorfastenings
fastenings to hold together the thou thousands thousands thOusands ¬
sands of parts of o the board boardWhen boardWhen boardWhen
When you talk over the thousand thousandmiles thousandmUes thousandmiles
miles from Boston to Atlanta or orfrom orfrom orfrom
from New York to Chicago the cir circuit circuit circult ¬
cuit you use requires 2000 miles mllesh of ofheavy ofheavy
heavy h 8VY copper wire The total Invest Investment Investment Investmont ¬
ment represented In wire and appar apparatus apparatus apparatus ¬
atus devoted to your exclusive use usewhile usewhile usewhile
while such a p conversation convor 3t1on is going on onIs onis onIs
Is several hundred thousand dollars dollarsand dollarsand dollarsand
and if you consider the whole appar apparatus aPParatus apparatus ¬
atus of which you require but a cor corner cornel cornor ¬
nor here and there the money value valuemounts valuemounts valuemounts
mounts into the millions The tele telegraph telegraph tolegraph ¬
graph still uses iron for many of its itstransmission ItetransmIssion itstransmission
transmission lines as s dp d many of the thelesser thelesser thelesser
lesser telephone companies But while whilethe whilethe whilethe
the lower conductivity of iron does not notparticularly notparticularly no noparticularly
particularly affect transmission of tel telegraph telegraph telegraph ¬
egraph signals telephony demandsfor demandsforIts demands for forits forIts
Its perfection the best material modern modernscience modernscience modernscience
science can find even though their theircostliness theirocstliness theirecatliness
costliness would have been practically practicallyprohibitive practicallyprohibitive practicallyprohibitive
prohibitive a generation ago and to today today today ¬
day calls for an enormous enormous investment investmentenormous investmentenormous investmentenormous
enormous even for this period of cobs colossal oolossal cobsSal ¬
sal financial enterprises enterprisesUsed enterprisesUsed enterprisesUsed
Used in Many Industries IndustriesAside IndustriesAside IndustriesAside
Aside from the electrical industries industriesnearly industriasnearly Industriesnearly
nearly every everrtorm form of present day activ activity activIty aettyIty ¬
ity employs emplo s capper copper and the compost compositldng composttldns compostticn
tldng Of f which wht h it Is a part to a consid considerable considerable considerable
erable extent Engineering could couldscarcely couldscarcely couldscarcely
scarcely get along in any of its branch branches ¬
es without it Every uptodate engine enginehas enginehas enginehas
has brass rasa oil l1 cups lu and bearings must mustbe mustbe mustbe
be made of brass gun metal metalr bronze bronzeor
or other compositions of copper If they theyare thQfare th thare
are are expected exi > ected to withstand Wlt a d the e Jcr terrific ffl fflt
t
clocks that keep time for pretty nearly nearlyevery nearlyevery nearlyevery
every nation of the earth civilized and anduncivilized anduncivilized anduncivilized
uncivilized are brass so are the gear gearwheels gearwheels gearwheels ¬
wheels and pinions of watches and andother andother andother
other instruments of precision and sci scientific scientific sd sdentific ¬
entific and optical Instruments such as asmicroscopes asmicroscopes asmicroscopes
microscopes telescopes surveyors surveyorstransits surveyorstransits surveyorstansIts
transits and draughtsmens protractors protractorsare
are fashioned from it itEvery itEvery ItEvery
Every government in the world uses usesgreat USASgroat usesgreat
great quantities of this valuable if not notprecious notprecious notprecious
precious metal It is out of date now nowfor nowfor nowfor
for casting cannon but more brass la laused iRused Isused
used for other Implements of war than thanever thanever thanever
ever before Copper and its alloys have havebeen havebeen havebeen
been employed for coinage from time timeImmemorial timeimmemorIal timeImmemorial
Immemorial and now it is said that thatChina thatChb1a thatChina
China Is threatened with a debase debasement debasement debasement ¬
ment of its currency because of the un unrestricted unrestricted Unrestricted ¬
restricted coinage of copper which was wasimported wasImported wasimported
imported into the empire for this pur purpose purpose purpose ¬
pose in great quantities last year yearPublic yeare yearANY yearMANY
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MANY ANY BOOKS BOOSAE ARE r MSSIN MSSINPubflc ISSING ISSINGPublic
Public Library Loses Over 80 80Volumes 80VoJunles 80Volumes
Volumes of Other Works Worksof
of Fiction FictionChecking FictionChecking Fiction1Checking
Checking of all books of the non nonfiction nonfiction nonfiction
fiction class at the public library was wascompleted wascompleted wascompleted
completed yesterday About eighty eightybooks eIghtybooks eightybooks
books are missing It is thought that a anumber anumber anumber
number of the fiction class am also alsogone alsogone alsogone
gone To check this class however howeverthe howaverthe howeverthe
the library would have havoto to be closed for forseveral forseveral forseveral
several days Folowlng Is a list of the themissing themissing themissing
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A Manuel of Civil Engineering Civil CivilEngineers CivilEngineers CivilEngineers
Engineers pocketbook Mechanical En Engineers EngIneers Engineers ¬
gineers pocketbook Water Power PowerElectric PowerElectric PowerElectric
Electric Railway in Theory and Prac Practice Practice Practice ¬
tice Field Engineering Irrigation En Engineering Engineering Engineering ¬
gineering Water Supply Engineering EngineeringSewerage EngineeringSewerage EngineeringSewerage
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States Miners and Assayers AssaY rs text textbook textbook textbook ¬
book Inspection of the Materials and andWorkmanship andWorkmanshIp andWorkmanship
Workmanship Employed in Construc Construction Construction construction ¬
tion Roofing Plumbing and Gas Fit Fitting Fitting Fitting ¬
ting Modern lod rn Perspective Engineers Engineerssurveying Engineerssurveying Engineerssurveying
surveying instruments Chemistry for forbeginners forbeginners forbeginners
beginners beginnersThe beginnersThe beginnersThe
The Marvels of Elements Pread Preadamitis Prcadamitis Preadamitis
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Ra Races es and the Evolution of Physical PhysicalBeauty PhysicalBeauty PhysicalBeauty
Beauty Heredity How to Write Fa Familiar FamlIlar Pamiliar ¬
miliar Short Sayings of Great Men MenPoems MenPoems MenPoems
Poems of Passion Lectures and Bio Biographical BIographical Biographical ¬
graphical addresses Volume 7 of Sam Samuel Samuel Samuel ¬
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Fables for the Fair The Sketch book bookof bookof bookof
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the Seventeenth Century In English EnglishLiterature EngllsLiterature EnglIshLiteraturo
Literature Othello The Moor of Ven Venice VenIce VenIce ¬
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Life In Town and Country Seventy Seventyone
one days Camping In Morocco i The TheUnited TheUnited TheUnited
United States With an Excursion Into IntoMexico IntoMexIco IntoMexico
Mexico Log of a Cowboy In the Foot Footprints Footprints Footprints ¬
prints of the Padres Lieutenant Dan Danenhowers Danenhowers Danenhowers
enhowers Narrative of the Jeannette JeannetteSchul JeannetteSchul JeannetteSchul
Schul and RelsQ Taschen Tasch n Worterbuch WorterbuchShort WorterbuehShort WorterbuchShort
Short History of Medlaval Europe His History History History ¬
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BrUtish NavYI Story of the Normans NormansFour NormansFour NormansFour
Four Years in the Saddle Rough Rid Riders Riders Riders ¬
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Mountains James Monroe Naro Ro Romulus Romultis Romulus ¬
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Life of George Washington George GeorgeWashington GeorgeWashington GeorgeWashington
Washington I WItherspoon Twelve TwelveEnglish TwelveEnglish TwelveEnglish
English Authoresses Souls Practical PracticalAstrology PracticalAstrology PracticalAstrology
Astrology t Lectures on Phrenology PhrenologyElements PhrenologyElements PhrenologyElenents
Elements of Physcholoffyf Kingship of ofSelf ofSQU o oSelf
Self Controlj I Volume V lume 4 of Your For Forces Forces ForCBS ¬
ces and How to Use Them Success Successand Successand Successand
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A Brief History of Political Parties of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the Uniteq States How the Other Half HalfLives HaltLivesi HalfLives
Lives Livesi Simple Experiments for the theInfluence theSchoot theSchool
Schoot School Room Ear and VoIce Training TroiningInflJence TrainingInflience
Influence of our Northern Forests on onthe onthe onthe
the Mississippi River What a Woman Womanof
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CANAL NOT NO FIRST FIRSTPresent FIRSTPreen FIRSTPresent
Present Big Ditch iI Had Predecessor Predecessorin PredecessorIn
in Colombia ColombiaI ColombiaIbere
I here is a spot in the United Unit d States of ofColombia ofColombia ofColombia
Colombia where a fivemile ditch would wouldin
in fact once did dldconnect connect the Atlantic Atlanticocean Atlanticocean AUantlcocean
ocean with the waters of the Pacific It ItIs Itis Itis
Is written In history and can be b found foundin
in wellnigh forgotten tomes that na natives natives natives ¬
tives passed in their canoes from the thewaters thewaters thewaters
waters of the Atrato to the Rio San Juan Juanby Juanby Juanby
by moans of an artificial cut cutThe cutThe cutThe
The Atrato flows north and an finds Its Itsway Itsway itSway
way into i tQ the Atlantic the San Juan flows flowssouth flowsscuth flowsscuth
scuth and empties into the Pacific The TheAtrato TheAtrato TheAtrato
Atrato starting in what Is called the theJsthmus thej theJthmua
Jsthmus j of San Pablo between the low lowthe lQwt lQwtrnmded IQWrcvnded
rnmded hills of Cordillera del Choco ana anathe and andthe
the more important elevatipns of the Cor Cordillera CordlIlera Cordihlera ¬
dillera Occidental Is a small stream fed fedby fedb fedby
b by the everlasting rains of the region It Ittrickles Ittr1ckles IttrIckles
trickles over moss and stone gathering gatheringa
a volume until It sweeps along a 8 majestic majesticriver majesticriver majesticriver
river fit for a navy to float upon and andpays andpays andpays
pays its tribute to the Atlantic The Theother Theother Theother
other rivulet starts in the same valley valleybut valIeybut valleybut
but is separated from the first by a alittle aUttle alittle
little range of hills which run across tna tnanarrow tft tftrarrow thararrow
rarrow ravine and divide it in two 1 1reaches Ireaches 1t 1treaches
reaches the Pacific PacificThe PacificThe PacificThe
The source of these two streams Inter Interlace Interlace Interlace ¬
lace as xne fingers of clasped hands yet yetone yetCone yetcne
one flows north while the other flows flowssouth flowssouth flowssouth
south and the parting caused by adip adipor a dIp dlpor dIpor
or two in the land and a few tones is isas isas 13 13as
as final as the law of gravitation These Theseare Thesear Theseare
are ar the two streams however that once onceupon onceupon onceupon
upon a time were joined by a canal and andthe andthe andthe
the place of the cut is somewhere In this thislittle thislittle thislittle
little ravine called De la Raspadura RaspaduraAn
An author living In San Francisco ran raninto ranInto raninto
into a paragraph a few days ago in an anold anold anold
old book printed In 1826 It read readNature readNature readNature
Nature seemed to have designed this thisplace thisplace thisplace
place for the passage referring to the theravine theravine theravine
ravine De la Raspadura The Andes are arehere arehere arehere
here for the noment lost and seem to tohave tohave tohave
have defiled that commerce may marcn marcnfrom marcnr marcflfrom
from r m the th old world to the new newIt newIt newIt
It is a fact no less curious than true truethat truethat truethat
that a canal did formerly formerly exist in this thisspot thiss thisspot
spot s ot About thoN the year 1745 a priest of ofCitira ofCitira ofCitira
Citira with the assistance of the Indians Indiansopened Indlansopened Indiansopened
opened this same communication known knownas
as the Raspadura canal co nat through which whichIceded whichlceded whichicedod
Iceded canoes passed passedThe passedThe passedThe
The next most considerable river to tothe tothe tothe
the left is the Atrato which falls Into Intothe hitothe intothe
the > Gulf of Darien This stream to together together together ¬
gether with the San Juan Is said to af afford afford afford ¬ I
ford the best route for a canal to unite unitethe unitethe unitethe
the two oceans A communication can be beeffected beeffccted beeffected
effected by making a canal from tho thoheadwaters thoheadwaters thoheadwaters
headwaters of the Atrato a fine navi navigable navigable navigable ¬
gable river falling into the Gulf of Da Darien Dalien Dajien ¬
lien and the River St Juan de Chlram Chlrambria Chlrambria Chiranibria I
bria which falls into a bay of the same samename samename samename
name in the Pacific ocean oceanThe ooeanTho oceanThe I
The point of Juncture would be about
400 miles from the Atlantic and about
260 miles from the Pacific About fifteen fifteenmiles fifteenmiles j jmiles
miles of tho Atrato or rather the Quito Quitowhich Quitowhich Quitowhich
which flows nto the Atrato would re require require require ¬
quire but few locks is s the current of ofabout otthe ofthe
the stream If only nly in the dry season seasonabout seasonabout
about dne mile an hour Only twenty twentymiles twentymiles twentymiles
miles of the St Juan would require lock locklrg locklpg lockirg
lpg leaving an Intervening space of level levelland lev levelland l lland
land of four miles and n a half to be cut cutthrough cutthrocgh cutthrough
through throughThe throcghThe throughThe
The historian declares decl roo that a New York Yorkman Yorkmnn Yorkman
man who had traveled over every part partof partof partor
of the route from sea to sea was h1 h1source hfsource hlsource
source of information informationThe
The utmost confidence ho says saysmay 8a saysmay S Smay
may bo reposed In his statements ho hohas hehas hohas
has moreover constructed a map in inwhich tnwhich inwhich
which the entire tract of the country Is Isaccurately isccurately isaccurately
accurately laid down In 1821 this gentle gentleman trentIeman gentlaman ¬
man applied to the government of Colom Colombia ColombIa Cobombin ¬
bia for permission to open this commu communication commuricot1on cominurIcatlon ¬
nication at his own expense e > onse with ex exclusive excluslvo oxclusivo ¬
clusive privilege for 100 years Congress Congresspassed Congresst Congrosspassed
passed t 1Ss > d a vote in favor of the application applicationbut
but it was objected to bv Bolivar on the theground theJITocnd theground
ground that It might afford facilities fac 1lties to tothe tothe tothe
the enemy onamjrMention onemYMention enemyMention
Mention of the out is also found in inthe inthe inthe
the works of Alexander Humboldt as asfollows asfonaws asfollows
follows followsA I IA
A monk of great activity cure of the thevillage thevUJagc thevIllage
village of Novita employed On1 > JOyed his parish parishioners parIshIoners narishloners ¬
ioners to dig a small canal in the Ravine RavineDe RavineDe RavineDo
De la Raspadura by means of which whichwhen whichwhen whichwhen
when the rains are abundant canoes canoesloaded canoesloaded
loaded 108 ied with oaco Cac < o pass p 8 from sea R a to SOR SORThis SPIlThfs se seThis
This communication h existed since 178S 178Sunknown 1783unknown 175Sunknown
unknown to Europe The small canal of oftho ottho oftlit
tho Raspadura Ra5 > adura unites on the coasts of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the two oceans two points seventyfive seventyfiveleagues sevcntyfhleagues seventyfiveleagues
leagues from one another anotherTHE anotherTHE anotherTEE
THE BREAKFAST BREAXPASTPOOD FOOD FAMILY PAMLYChicago FAMILYChicago FAMILYChicago
Chicago Tribune TribuneJohn TribuneJohn TribuneJohn
John Spratt will oat no fat fatNor fatNor fatNor
Nor will he touch the loan loanHe loanHe loanlie
He scorns to eat of any meat meatHe meatHe meatHe
He lives upon Foodine FoodineBut FoodineBut FoodineBut
But Mrs Sprat will none of that thatFoodine thatFoodlne thatFoodine
Foodine she sh cannot oat oatHer QatHer eatHer
Her special wish is for a dish dishOf dishOf dishOf
Of Expurgated Wheat WheatTo VlheatTo WheatTo
To William Spratt that food is flat flatOnwhich tlatOn flatOn
Onwhich On which his mother dotes doteaHis dotesHis dotesHis
His favorite feed feedhis his special need needIs needIs needIs
Is Eata Heapa Oats OatsBut OatsBut OatsBut
But Sister Lil cant see how WillCan Will WillCan 11l 11lCan
Can touch such tasteless food foodAs foodAs foodAs
As breakfast fare It cant compafe compafeShe comp compafeShe re reShe
She says with Shredded Wood WoodNow WoodNow WoodNow
Now none of those Leander please pleaseHe pleaseHe pleaseHe
He feeds upon Bath Mitts MittsWhile lIittsWhile MittsWhile
While Sister Jane improves her brain brainWith brainWith brainWith
With CeroGrapoGrits CeroGrapoGrltsLycurgus CeroGrapoGritsLycurgus CeroGrapoGritsLycurgus
Lycurgus votes for Fathers Oats OatsProggine OatsProg OatsProggine
Proggine Prog lne appeals to May MayThe MayThe MayThe
The junior John subsists upon uponUneda uponUne uponUneda
Uneda Une a Bala Hay HayCorrected HayCorrected HayCorrected
Corrected Wheat for little Pete PeteFlaked PeteFlaked PeteFlaked
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The infant Spratt is waxing fat fatOn fatOn fatOn
On Battle Creek NearGrub NearGrubTHEY NearGrubTHEY
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A family who had struggled the best bestpart besttart bestpart
part of a lifetime In a povertystricken povertystrickenportion povertystrickenportion en enportion
portion of the city suddenly came into intothe intothe intothe
the possession of a email income with withthe withthe withthe
the prospect in a few yearp of some something something something ¬
thing more says the Boston Post PostTheir PostTheir PostTheir
Their longcrushed aspirations asplraUonsre asplraUonsrevived re revived revived ¬
vived and the women of the family familyespecially faml1yespecially familyespecially
especially began to assume various variousairs variousairs variousairs
airs and artficialltles artficialltlesThey artficial1tlesThey artficiahitiesThey
They movod to a little place in the thecountry thecountry thecountry
country and tried mightily to impress impresstheir impresstheir impresstheir
their neighbors with their Importance ImportanceThey importanceThey ImportanceThey
They talked constantly of what peo people people peopie ¬
ple in our position should and should shouldnot shouldnot shouldnot
not do doSome doSome doSome
Some of their town acquaintances acquaintancescame
came out to visit them during the thesummer thesummer thesummer
summer and one of the younger mem members mnemhers mem members ¬
bers of the family a little girl of 7 or
8 was showing them about the place placeWhat placeWhat placeWhat
What nice chickens exclaimed exclaimedone
one of the guests when they reached reachedthe reachedthe reachedthe
the poultry yard They lay steadily steadilytoo
too I suppose supposeYes supposeYes supposeYes
Yes returned the youthful hostess hostesswho hostesswho hostesswho
who really knew nothing at all about aboutIt
It that Is they could of course but butin butin butIn
in our position they theythey they dont have haveto haveto haveto
to
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Boston Herald HeraldA
A man and his wife were once once stay stayIng stayIng staytug
Ing at a hotel when In the night they theywere theywere theywere
were aroused from their slumbers by bythe bythe bythe
the cry that the hotel was afire afireNow afireNow afireNow
Now my dear said the husband husbandI
I will put Into practice what I have havepreached havepreached havepreached
preached Put on all your indispensa indispensable
ble apparel and keep cool coolThen coo1Then coolThen
Then he h slipped his watch into his hisvest hisvest hisvest
vest pooket and walked with his wife wifeout wifeout wifeout
out of ofthe < < the hotel hotelWhen hotelWhep hotelWhOT1
When all danger was past he said saidNow saidNow saidNow
Now you see how necessary It Is Isto Isto isto
to keen cool coolThe coolThe coolThe
The wife for the first time glanced glancedat
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at her husband husbandYes husband husbandYes usbandYes
Yes William she he said It Is a agrand agrand agrd
grand thing but It it I were you I Iwould Iwould Iwould
would have put on my trousers trousersDONT trousers0s
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For use on sewing machines bicycles bicyclesand bicyclesand bicyclesand
and all purposes requiring a a fine lubri lubricant lubricant lubricant ¬
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Genuine Singer oil can only T Ie e ob obtained obtained ohtamed ¬
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red r d S 43 South Main street Salt Lake LakeCity Lakaatty LakeOity
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That Would Have Cleared Cearedthe the Place PlaceNew PlaceNew PlaceNew
< New New York Evening Post PostThe PostThe PostThe
The Paris police who flooded a church churchIn urch
In order to get the people out went to toa
a lot of unnecessary trouble A little littleYankee IlttIeYankee littleYankee
Yankee Ingenuity Ing multy among them would wouldhave wouldhave wouldhave
have suggested that they send somebody
In to preach a sermon sermonTaxing sermonTflxing sermonTixing
Taxing Ohio to the Limit LimitPhiladelphia LimitPhiladelphia LimitPhiladelphia
Philadelphia Telegraph TelegraphSan
San Juan Hill is f to be presented to Miss MissAlice 11iS9Alice MissAlice
Alice Roosevelt as wedding present and andif andif andif
if this thing keeps up the state of Ohio Ohiowill Ohiowill Ohiowill
will have to be enlarged to accommodate accommodatethe
the gifts giftsThats gUtsThats giftsThats
Thats Why It Was Introduced IntroducedThe Intro IntroducedPlttsburg uced ucedPitts
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The introduction of abill a bill at Washing ¬
ton prohibiting the railroad companies companiesfrom companiesfrom companiesfrom
from giving passes to congressmen seems seemssuperflous seemssuperflous seemssuperfious
superflous Just now nowVhere nowVhere nowWhere
Vhere Is Uncle Joe and a d His Galluses GallusesNew GallusesNew GaliusesNew
New York Tribune TribuneHon TribuneHon TribuneHon
Hon Lyman J J Gage was introduced introducedat
at the recent Illinois dinner in this city cityas cityas cityas
as the most distinguished Illinoisan liv living livLeave ¬ I
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Leave Nothing That He Might Desire DeslreiBaltimore DesireaJtfmore DesiredBaltimore
Baltimore Sun SunIt SunIt SunIt
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out of the reach of the average mortal mortalMight mortalMight mortalMight
Might Get a Much Needed Cut CutBoston CutBoston CutBoston
Boston Globe GlobeSeems GlobeSeems GlobeSeems
Seems as if Elbert Hubbard took a long longchance lon lonchance longchance
chance coming to Boston when the hair harsnipper hatrsnlpper hairsnipper
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