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RICHMOND DAILY PALLADIUM, THURSDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 29, 1901.
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It contains in condensed and interesting form, a mass of information on various subjects of interest, including a list of hotels at California touruists points with their rates, capacity, etc. Sent to any address on receipt of four cents in stamps. A. H. Wag- Holiday Rates Via. North-Western Line. From Chicago to Milwaukee, Mad ison, Green Bay, Marquette, Ash land, St, Paul, Minneapolis, Duluth, Cedar Rapids, Des Moines ,Sioux City, Council Bluffs, Omaha, The Black Hills, Denver, Colorado Springs, Pueblo, and all intermedi ate points. Tickets on sale December 24, 25, 26, 31 and January 1 and 2, limited to return January 4, 1904. For full particular apply to our nearest ticket agent or address A. H. Waggener, Trav. Agt. 22 Fifth Ave., Chicago, Ills. .I..I..T..I. .I..T..T..T..T. .T..T..T..T..T. .T..M..T..T, - - - - - - -- -- - - - - - WALIUTS GROCERY 914 Main St. Japan in Naval Strength. (Hosmer Whitefield in "Success Magazine.") On the eve of the war Japan fs was the smallest of the seven lead ing navies of the world. The fleet of Russia, at that time, was infeiior only to that of Great Br'.tain and of France. During 1903 Russii spent on her fleet over fifty-five million dol lars, while Japan for the ht le of her navy expended only about eleven million dollars. Consequently Ru:sia laid out in naval equipment nearly five times as much as Japan, whos? naval fighting stren,;rh at the begin-, ning of hostilities, was only half that of Italy. Alexiff said, "The ileet of the island kingdom is only an ex otic which we will cnprle at the on set." In the anxipty to inpress Asia with her might, Russia s.;m pon derous-looking men-of-war to the Far East with too few mechanical latimrs.. and with Kamen who. in a i confession made to me by a Russian ofTirer, weie only ''aiii'ultuvai la borers," iiot only unue-.l to sea life, hi-1 also i.mersed -n even the s?jiin l:t mechanical knowledge It was "'in this condition that Japan found its enemy when it opened its attack. vr "Sf 4 Famous Porcelain. The most famous porcelain in the world that made at the Royal Sax ton Porcelain Manufactory at Meis sen is described in a beautifully il lustrated article, by Maude Mason Austin, in the January number of "The Twentieth Century Home." The manufactory covers fourteen acres of ground, and is the oldest in Europe, Meissen is sixteen miles above Dresden, and "Dresden chi na" is a misnomer, "Meissen chi na" being the name of 'the superior ware manufactured at the royal fac tory. The magnificent Meissen vases some of the finest of which are re produced from photographs, are quite indescribable in their beauty and elaborateness of ornamentation. Red Saunders and Scotch Kilties. In the January McClure's we have another little whirl with "Red Saunders," Henry Wallace Phillips' picturesque and resourceful cowboy. In "A Touch of Nature," Red is discovered "foot-loose, forty miles from nowhere," in the Bill Williams Mountains of Arizona. However, ex citement waits just up the hill in the shape of a large Scotchman, kilts, bag-pipes and all. No wonder Red is aggrieved at such an unusual sight The two meet 'tempestuously, but af ter they fall off a ledge together, "twenty-five foot, clear," into ice wa ter," they become fast friends. How they danced a moonlight "can-can," stimulated by Scotch "fusky," and how "Colin Hiccup Grunt" became Great Peace Chief of the Yuma In dians, makes one of the best Red Saunders stories yet. They're the real jroods, as are A. B. Frost's drawings. Steel Industry. TheAmerican steel industry as de veloped and maintained in and around Pittsburg is the subject of a valuable article by William L. Scaife in the January Review of Re views. The industry that has made Pittsburg one of the world's greatest workshops is described with techni cal accuracy and yet in popular lan guage, Mr. Scaife 's article is follow ed by a running account of Pitts burg's other manufacturing enter prises, from the pen of Mr. J. E. McKirdy, while the aesthetic and in telligent aspect of this new great city's life are outlined by Mr. Burd S. Patterson. The three articles are fully illustrated, and together forn a most attractive presentation of Pittsburgh's varied activities. A Cartoonist's Career. Leon Barritt, the cartoonist, whose book on drawing. How itoi Draw, was recently published by Harper ' & Brothers, was born at f Saugerties, New York, on the bank of the Hud son. His artistic gift found early ex pression, but he bas the distinction of being entirely self-taught, never havinrr attended an art .class or school. His first published work ap peared in Boston Punch, when he was twenty-five years old. He then worked as an artist for a firm of Boston publishers. Sixteen years ago he came to New York and started an advertising concern which supplied ideas to business people. His 'first eatoon appeared in the New York Evening Telegram, and, he continued to contribute one a day to that paper for about a year. Subsequently He became a free lance, rapidly acquir ing fame. Bank Officials. The pitiable confession of Presi dent Beckwith, of the wrecked Ober lin. Ohio, bank, in which he gives the details of his transactions with Mrs. Chadwick and tells hew he ac cepted and indorsed notes for fab ulous amounts presented by the woman, bearing the name "Andrew Carnegie," without taking even or dinary precaution to verify the sig nature, creates a feeling that the gov ernment should provide a commis sion whose duty it shall be to inquire from time to time as to the mental soundness of bank officials. Seriously, it should not be possi ble for one man to control the funds of a National bank and make a loan aggregating several times the amount of the capital stock of the institution without, even the knowledge of the other directors, and it will be a surprise to many women, as well as men, to learn that such a transaction is possible. The interests of bank depositors should be safeguarded by the govern ment. Editorial in Madame for Jan uary. The Consular Service. What the men who comprise the consular service of the United States do and how they live form the subject of an interesting illus trated article by John Elfreth Wat kins in the January "Cosmopolitan" There ' ar seven hundred and thir teen foreign points where we main tain such- guardians of our interests. Although ambassadors and ministers are sacred under international law, consular officers may be arrested and imprisoned. Their pay and emolu ments range from one thousand dol lars a year to twenty thousand dol lars a year. X' S Contents of Pearson's. Pearson's Magazine .for January presents a remarkable collection of interesting special articles and clev er short stories, numbering in all eighteen. The leading article is a clear, con cise, exhaustive narrative, handsome ly illustrated and describing in a popular way the dangers, the difficul ties and the magnitude of that most recent marvel of engineering1, the New York "Subway." "Skin Sculp ture, -the Modern Taxidermy," and "A Seventy-fivje Thousand-Pound Meteorite" are articles that will please those of a scientific turn of mind. "The Making of Incandes cent Lamps," "The Life Story of a Wild Boar" and "Pneumonia, an Unsolved Problem," are articles that will appear to those interested res pectively in industry, in animals and in problems of health; while "Scor ing the Beat" is a striking article consisting of adventures of those daring, resourceful fellows, the New York newspaper reporters. Still oth er special articles are Kate V. Saint Maur's serial, "The Self-Supporting Home" and Robert Sloss' interview with Julia Marlowe. In fiction, Pearson's has taken the daring step of printing "A Limb of the Law," a story by that latter-day apostle of "low-life realism," Owen Kildare. Three delicate love stories stirring stories of adventure, one Western story, and an exciting detec tive story complete the list of the contents page. 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