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The Te West Indian Trade TradeIt TradeI
It I In I R not n at all al wirprlHng srprbng that enter enterprtetng enterpg
pg prtetng prs g rllroa rlrodl J are ae Improving their fa faetlltle taelll
etlltle elll for or handling the trade trde of the West WestI We t tI
I 1Tl mile A The time tme Is i I1 not far distant when whenthta whentb
tb thta trade tre win wi be an Important Imprtant factor IP IPcommerce Ipommerc6
I commerce ommerc6 It I Is 1 already Ir dy considerable c4nslderab but butthe butI buttho
the pronpecta pfJCt for fhe he future are promis promising promlIng ¬
ing enough tOJJh to Invite the most ample amplepreparations amplepr
preparationsCuba pr preparations partoM partoMCub
Cuba Cub under uncer American Americn rule rle will wl easily easilybecome ea ly lyb
become b b come ome an everproducing Inexhaustible Inexhaustiblegarden Inexhau tble tblegaren
garden garen A few years ean of peace pea with wih labor labordirected labr labrcINcted
directed cINcted and nd controlled controlc by American Americanbrain Americanbr
brain br 1m and an capital cpitl will wi suffice 1ufce to bring bringunder brIngund bringunder
under und r successful sccessful cultivation cultvaton vast tracts tractsof tractsof
of sugar Rugal and tobacco lands while whie the theraking therfing
raking rfing of fruits fris and table vegetables will willbecome wi
become b omc an Important im ortant and remunerative remunerativeIndustry remunerativeInu9tr remunerativeindustry
Industry Inu9tr We e recall rel as a practical prctcl Illus Illustration mUl mUltraton ¬
tration traton the case cao of the Yankee skipper In InJamaica InJamaica
Jamaica who not BO many man years ago agobegan aK
began beg to carry carr arr bananas to Boston In his hissingle hssngle
single sngle schooner and who today Is h at the thehead thf
head of a corporation cororaton with wih J300000CO moJo cap capital capIal ¬
hal Ial and owning a Heel feet of twentyfour twentyfourocean twentfourocan
ocean ocan steamships The possibilities pssibite of de development development ¬
velopment In Cuba Cba and Porto Rico Rco are an angreat a
great as In Jamaica Jama ca and fnd would long lonG ago agohave ao aohave ao
have been b en realized realzed If the conditions condiions of ofstable orstnble
stable government had been equal CQualThe equnl
The Te preparations prepartons which the great north northand northfld non
and fld south trunk trtJl roads arc making to meet meetthe me meetthe t tthe
the Increased Vest Indian trade trde must musthowever musthowever
however be b viewed with wih anxiety by b the theSouthern theSouther
Southern Souther farmers tarmer Since the ending endln of ofIhe orthe
the civil civi war their ther lot has not been an en entirely entrely ¬
tirely trely happy one and now they the are called calledto caled caledto
to face ace a t new problem The Te South is the thegreat therelt
great relt kitchen kichen garden Iurden of the United Unied States StatesIn StuteIn
In the early spring Immense freight trains trainspass trainsss
pass ss hourly hOHrl through Washington on their theirway theirway
way North laden with the products of ofSouthern otSouther
Southern Souther farms arms As the season progresses progresseswatermelons progreses progreseswatermelons
watermelons peaches peachef and other South Southern Southrn ¬
cnn rn fruits truls are shipped shippe In Immense quan quantities quanttes ¬
titles ttes to Northern orthcrn markets The trade In Instrawberries Instrawberries
strawberries alone amounts to hundreds hundredsof hundres hundresor
of thousands tbous nds of dollars dol aIs Now No ow strawber strawberries stawber stawberries ¬
ries grow in profusion In Cuba during curlng De Decomber Decm
comber cm r and the following folowing winter months monthsand monthand I
and could be transported trnsported cheaply cheapl to the theNorth theorth i
North orth where they would command fabu fabulous fabulous fabubus ¬
lous prices In Cuba Cba labor Is cheap and andfrosts andfrosts
frosts are unknown unleown two conditions comtons which whichare whichare I
are of supreme advantage adantaJe The opportu opportunity opportunlt ¬
nity nlt nit for gain gln at the minimum of risk riskwhich rsk rsktlch
which tlch is thus presented will wi invite Invie capital capitalacross capitalt
t across the Gulf and the South Suth will wf suffer sufferThe Bufer BuferThe
The new conditions condItons will wi assume definite definiteshape defnie defnieshape i
shape In gradual grdual fashion It I was not 10t th tho thotrt < j jfirst I
first trt nor the second cotton coton mill mi in the theSouth theSuth
South Suth which changed the status of the theNew theNw i
New England manufacturing industry industryand Industoand
and the first frst years ears shipment of Southern Southernproduce Souther Southeraproduce I
produce prduce from Cuba may ma not be b apprecla appreciable appreclabl appreclable ¬
ble bl In its effect efect At the same time tme the thehandwriting thehandwritng i ihandwriting
handwriting handwritng Is upon the wall wal The proph prophfcti propht
eta t who read rtad and translate trnslate are the rail railroad ri ¬
road managers who arc now preparing preparingfor
for the inevitable Ineviable Increase Increa e In the trade tradebetween tradehetween tradelietween
States between the West Indies and the United UnitedStates 1nlte1 1nlte1States I
Canals Canadian and American AmericanThe AmericanThl AmericanThe
The Thl opening of the Soulanges Canal Canalsorno Canalsome I
some time tme In August Augst next will wi be an anivent anvtnt ar I
event vtnt of International Intenatonai importance for it itwill I ii L
will wi complete Canadau Canadal superb system of ofartificial ornrttclal o r
artificial nrttclal waterways connecting connectng the lakes lakeswith lakeswih lake 3
with wih the tle Atlantic Atantc Ocean so that a vessel vesselof vesse es el elof I
of not more than fourteen feet ftet draught draughtcan draughtCM L
can go from rrm any lake port prt to tidewater tidewaterat r
at Montreal without breaking bulk The TheWcllund Thedlalu t
Wcllund dlalu Canal which has for some years yearsbeen yeur eur C
been b n doing doing an Immense and constantly constant in increasing Incrtllng ¬
creasing crtllng business supplies supples a channel channelaround channelaluml I
around aluml urduitd Niagara laGar Falls nI8 from Lake Erie to toI toIk h
I Ik Lake ake Ontario
The Snulanges is one of a aserfca aserlt8 i t
series serlt8 of canals around the rapids in the theSt theSt Ii a aSt
St Lawrence Llwrenci River RIel The entire entre Canadian Canadiansystem CanadianYltem ri risystem
system Yltem has cost about abut J700WOOO fOQO OOOOQO R00000 R00000of OQ t
of which has been appropriated by b the theDominion theDominion tb
Dominion government Iovernmfnt adding add In materially materiallyto materlnl inn teniahi
to a large 11rge debt The remaining SOWW9 SOWW9has SOm SQ OOU
11 has been paid out of the earnings earings of ca canals ca11I ¬
nals 11I already alread In operation operaton This fact factsjwukH tactPtal fee t
sjwukH Ptal well wel for or the management manag ment and also alsoaffords alsotorg als alsaffords
affords torg nn assurance that the canals will willeventually wi wil
eventually fvtntu1ly pay pa for themselves themltIes and afford affordrevenues aort aifor L Lrvellues 1
revenues rt nues to be expended exp nMd on other im improvements Improvements I Iprovementa ¬
provements If 1 all public pUblc debts had hal so sogood 50cod s 0
good cod a t reason for existence as these ihese theseterway wa waterway water ¬
terway ter debts have posterity po terJ would woull have haveno hay e eat
no at rruon rtlton to complain of Ha J ancestors ancestorsfor anceltot ancestorItir I
for shirking their thllr obligations oblcaton It 1 In I not nothonest nothon tic tichonestindeed
honest hon honestindeed Rtlndced Indeed It Is quite quie the reverse reversefor reverse
for or a people to borrow of the future futur the themean theltnn th thmeans a
mean ltnn of defraying ternlng the cost of works worksthat worksthat worh worhthat
that will wi not help h ll the th future future But Cana Canadas Cnn Cnn1ag L Ldas ¬
1ag das oanalu will wi last lat for ages a e and 111 will willgreatly wi wi tt ttgrmtly
greatly Krcat add to the th value nlue of the estate estatethat estat tate tatethat e
1 that this generation inerton passes pniSCS over to its itssuccessor is isucctsor Ii Iisuccessor
successor successorThe successorThe ucctsor ucctsorh
The h Chicago LhlCgo Record shows due appre appreciation UIpredaton appr apprelation ¬
elation daton of the marked effect elect this canal canalsystem canalst cant ti titys1em
system st m Is bound to have on freight trel ht rates ratesIt ratest rust C Ct
It J t Is ii estimated tmnted that thlt the saving in trans transporting transponlna tramporting ¬
t porting ponlna wheat from trm the lakes to the sea seawill at ea eawi a awill
will wi be le 3 c cents nu nt a bushel The Record ecoN shows showsthat 5hoWI shio s sthtet
that while whie the operation oporton of this canal cnal will willbenefit wi wi it itbenefit
benefit Icmetl Chicago and all ul nh other territory territorytributary tCrrltor tCrrltorI tornltor y yIC
I tributary trlbtar to the lakes lake It will wi have the theoffMt thet th tht IC
t offMt t of diverting traffic from the Erie Er to
J CDld Canal to the s St kit > i Lawrence Lwrcmce ami an taPs thu trans transferring Ian Ianfprrn transnetting ¬
netting fprrn to Montreal ontre1 business olh10SK that now nowKoes no noxoe nowgoes
xoe goes to New t York And nl that tlua is u t very veryM veryserious er erleroUI
leroUI serious M rlou thing thln for or New e York has already alreadylout alreadylost dread dread10lt
lout 10lt much of HB Is export eport trade to ports portsfarther portl portsfarther
farther furth r south and will 1 not relish re1h Increased Increaseddrafts Incrense uacreaseddrafts
drafts rft In another direction The Record RecordMtye RlcordIn RecordSKYC
Mtye In thin thll connection connectionThe connectionThe
connecton connectonTh
The Th way out ot of the thl difficulty dUUculy for New NewYork NewYork ew ewYork
York IK obvious The people peple of that thatState thatf thatState
f State Mould work to secure tcure the construc construction constr constrgelion c cton ¬
lion ton by tko tk Federal F rl government Eocrnmont of u deep deepwaterway dee deepwaterway
vattrwa waterway connecting con etni the lakes with Ith the theAtlantic theAthlfle theAthauitie
Athlfle Atlantic which thlch will 1 accommodate a ommoate ocean oceangoing ocen ocenGoing ocealigoing ¬
going v veld < rt U I The agitation ugltton for such lueh a awaterway nwat awut
wat waterway rwa rway ha hn been pronounced In the th lake lakeregion luktr lakeregion
region r Klon for some omf time tlmt The completion comjl ton of oftb oftl ofthe
tb tl the Canadian Cnadlrn waterway probably robbl will willa wit witarouse 11
a arouse HOUI route New York Yon to a realization realzUon of the theImportance theI thetmIssrtance
Importance I llrtnce of cooperating c operatn with wih th the West Wratfor Wttr Westor
for or th the construction CnMrCUOn of a deep ttOP waterway waterwaythat waterwlY waterwlYtht waterwsythat
tht that slmll > fl have It its terminus tcrmtYI ut It New ew York YorkCity YOti YorkClty
City CityHow l Cltyhow t
How much muh would woul such a canai aana aa that thatbenefit thatb thrttbenefit
benefit b < R < nt New w York City CI How much would wouldk wouldk wouldit
k add a to the business the prosperity IrDlp rUy or orthe orthe orthe
the pride vre of the metropolis metropol to be made madeI
merely mer m erely a way station on the route rte
Cm Chicago Chl C go to Liverpool Ierl We doubt dobt W
CS much m uch that tht the Influence Infuence ot f th t the Empl EmplState
State S late will wi be exerted exertt in that t th4 direction dlet1n dlet1nTbt
Th Tbt T he kind of canal cnl that tht Xw X York needs needsU nees neesone I
U 1 1a one that will 1 compel cm l breaking br klng of o bulk bulkan
and an a nd reshipment rehlpment Her Jet own system ltem Im 1mMe
pa proved p Me mved according aCrfng to p pending nJg lng plane plarwaccording
acrdlng a according to plans p1n under which hlch sante santeillions ome ere eremllOM i
millions mllOM m illions have ben ben exptfidedwonld epdewould be t
better b etter ter for her Interest Intere2 than a ship shipcnal hlp
canal cnal ca nal It I In II probable probb1e that tht the people Iple Ipleor peoplef i
of o f the State may decide d Jde to go on with the thework
work work w ork and expend exnd enough additional addJoal mill ml
JOB IJf lo ne to complete cmplete it It it But we cannot cnnot Imag Ima ImaIne
ine In s the business bUJln men me of the metropolis I
C eo cooperating rtng with wth those of Chicago Cicgo In InetUnt
a < getting etUnt through Congress Cng 1 a measure laure that thatoul
woufcl w oul ould Inevitably InevJibl Inflict a heavy he blow blo on onthe
the th e commercial cmmcrll Interests Inter6stJ of the th second L
c city el ci ty on the globe glo And An yet et It is not high highI
ly I Improbable Imprbabe that such fuch a canal cna canala a ship ahlpcanal I
canal c anal opening up a way W3 for or heavy beandruGht
draught druGht d vessels eJ ls from rein the lakes lake1 to the At Atlantc
lantc la lantlc ntic on this side sie of the Canadian Cnadian her br brdermo
der dermo d enmay may be 0 constructed constrcte The West is Isthe I
the th e seat m of empire It I may determine cetlrmlne to torelegate torflgnte
r relegate rflgnte re legate New Ne York to the th position polton of a away aa a
way w a ay Htatkm ItatlnprhafA stationperhaps perhaps merely mertI a n flag 181 sta atation statonfor
tion tonfor ti onfor for UK II ocean Oan transportation transportationA trnsprtatin trnsprtatinA
A Gratuitous Agitation Aiatfon AiatfonIn AgitationIn
In spite sie of their obstinate obtnate persistence pers tence 1n 1nhphenaton n I
hyphenation hphenaton h those thGf Americans who came cme cmetrom
from fr om Germany Geran to the United tnlted States are nreas
as a s a rule rle good citizens cltzns We believe belee they theyre he heare
are a re as a patriotic Jtrlotc as those tose of us whose wh bet better
ter t en fortune It was to be born under uOlpr the thf thfSar th i
Stars Sar S tars and Stripes and thus to acquire our ourcitzenship
citizenship citzenship ci without wihout the trouble of eml emlgraton
gratlon graton g nation and naturalization naturlzton It I would wouk net netbe nd L
bo b e strange Itrange If an intelligent Intelgent man mln of r for tpr tprIsn
s elgn Isn birth should really realy possess pOIsess a supe superior superior supeor ¬
rior n or quality qualt of patriotism patriotsm for his hi wider widerexperience ld6r ld6reperience
experience eperience e might have taught him the thesuperiority thesuperoriy
superiority superoriy s of our institutions Instttons and the thepractical theprctcnl theractical
practical prctcnl p ractical value alue of the opportunities opportunites for forachieving
achieving a success SUCCCIS which whih this young oun com country comtry ¬
try try tr y offers offersThose orers orersThose
Those GermanAmericans GermanAmerlcns who In many manyof manyor man r
of o f our cities cte are holding meetings meetngs to pro protest protes
test tes te st against what they call cl Imperialismarc lmprialsm lmprialsmare Imperialism
aw arc a re clearly clearl within wihin their rights although althoughwe althoughe Ithouh Ithouhwe
we w e cannot see set the necessity leceiluand necesttyand and are fre com compelled compeled ¬
pelled peled p elted to doubt the propriety proprlett proprietyof of drawing drawingn drwln drwlnn drawin
n racial raial line on any question queston of national natonal natonalpolc I
policy polc p olicy We cannot see what the locality loclty locltyor locait locaitf
of o f birth has hs to do with wih this business businessThey busine businesshey
They T hey have a right to object to the re retenton
tenton te tentlon ntion of the Philippines Phippines but they ought luht luhtto L
to be prepared preure < to point jont to some honorable honorableway honomblewa i
way wa w ay of getting getIng rid ril of the obligations oblatons we weave e ehae
have h ave incurred Incured in that quarter quatcr as a result resultof rcsltof resahif
of o f Dcwcys victor vlctor victory U I is true that these thtse thtseadJptec i
adopted adJptec a citizens citzens are following folowing the exam example exame
pic ril e of a number of distinguished l tn ulsI1ed native nativeincluding lathc lathcIncludlnh tiathescluding
including Includlnh in inti cluding Senators and retired retre statesmen Itaesmcn Itaesmcnwho
who ti hip keep up a clamor camor against expansion cpun ion ionhut
but h ut do not venture to suggest that we sc scout gej gejut e1
out o oc ut of the Philippines Phlpplcs But it is not notcommndable
commendable c to folow follow an unwnolenome unwnolenomeexample unwloleRme unwloleRmeexample
example e however eminent the examplers examplersmay examplersma
may ma m ay be beThere beThere
There was a great meeting meetng of German GermanAmericans Germann1erlcGns
Americans A in Detroit Detrol the other night nigh and andbore ant I Iome
tome bore a ome very er fiery tery speeches were made The TheFree
Free F ree Press aDPlauds some things that thatwere thatwere L Lere
were w ere said but says St8 It I is a cause for 01 oi r
regret r that the protettanta prote tant thought it itneceEsar ii I
necessary neceEsar n to single out Great Britain Briain for forespecial
especial e denouncement Our relations relationswith relatons relatonswith relationith
with w ith the English Erglsh nation naton are just now nowmore
more m ore cordial than they have ever been beenbeCore I
before b efore and this ought to be a cause for forcongratulation forcongrtulaton lot r rongratulation
congratulation congrtulaton c Friendship between the theEnglshspeaking tlii c
Englishspeaking Englshspeaking E nations natons will wi prove prw ad advantageous
vantageous v to both countries and to the thepeace thi a
peace p eace of the world worldThat worldThat worldThat
That is a a mild mid but very vCI vcr wellplaced welplaced re reproor
proof p roof This country and Great Britain
Briain Briainare
are a re not going to form an alliance alance Neith Keln Kelner Neithr
er e r of the two
governments hasf Jta proposed proposedor proposci proposcir
or o r will vIii 1 propose such an arrangement Na Xatve
live tve t ive Americans are r as much n1ch opoosed oppose to toit toIt ti II
it i t as their fellowcitizens
felowcitzens of foreign birth birthBut birthnut t tut
But B ut what the th Free Press Pr ss says sa s about mu mutual mutual ¬
tual t ual friendship is true In this free coun coun country co n
try t ry men have a lawful right to do many man I
foolish foolsh f things Those Detroit Dtroit German GermanAmericans GermanAmericns Germanmericans
Americans Americns A exercised exerised that right rightIn rightIn
In a Satisfactory Condition ConditionThe Conditon Conditonhe ConditionThe
The he Interview which hlch The Tte Post printed printeda prIted prIteda 1
a few days ago with wih United Unied States Trans Tres Tresurer
urer u rer Roberts Robrts anent the condition conditon of the thenational thenaUoral thi thiational
national naUoral n finances fnances has naturally naturaU attracted attractedapproving attrcted attrctednpprmlng
approving a at attention atenton throughout the th coun country countr
try tr t ry ll lt showed sho ed as will 1 be b remembered rememberedthat
that t hat the deficit def 1 at the close of the fiscal f5cal f5caltar 1
year y tar ear would be much less less than expected expectednotwithstanding expectednotwihstanding I Iotwithstanding
notwithstanding notwihstanding n the payment of 20000000 20000000to 200 2OOOO 0
to t o Spain and that
the reserve res rve was at an anunusual at ii
unusual high and therefore most satis
sats satsCactor
factory Cactor f figure fgure In addition additon to this the thereceipts thereHpts th e eeceipts
receipts reHpts r are now beginning to exceed ecee the theexrendlures tli e
expenditures exrendlures e and althpugh aJhpugh the excess is IssUght I eS S
slight s light it I is a n tokfn that the greatest greatestraln greatesrain t
d rain upon the Treasury by war expendi expenditure I Ittre 1 1ure ¬
ture ttre t ure has his been net The worst part of the therGud th e
road r oad has been be u passed Hereafter Hereafer the de deficit defcit tIE i iicit ¬
ficit fcit l will wi decrease erHse At the close co e of the thenext th e
next n ext fiscal 15cal year elr unless unl s some unforeseen unCoreeen unCoreeenRhcck U j
shcck s shouM shouJ occur ccur the figures will wi be beeven beenu It te teven
even e ven more satisfactory 3atffactor than they are to tody tod toThis U I Idy
dy d dy
This showing showlnS as we have said saldeUcits saldeUcitsthe elicits elicitsthe elicit a athe
the approval of the country countr and must mustexcite mustexcite mm it itxcite
excite e the admiration admirton of the world We Wehave tV e eave
ave shown that the war with wih Spain de deple tIe i ipite
ple pite its is enforced tnCorct expenditure expendiure of o ZItdOE 300000 OJ
0 00 is I a mere episode < In Its It effect crft upon upn upnour tip n nur
ur finances nnance We have lJue demonstrated demonstrted also alsothat alsothnt alsihat
that t hat the nation naton does not Jack statesmen statesmenwho statesmenwho a awho
who are able to devise revenueproducing revenueproducingumhyrt reenueproduclng g gandbyet
umhyrt ulhyet not 10t irksome tax laws laws The nu numerous numuous at I Inarous i ¬ 1
merous stamp tnm taxes have hle added millions millionsupcn miions miionsupcn Is Isupcn g
upcn millions mllo15 to the Treasury Treasur and yet yetthey y et etthe a ahey 1
they the t hey have been paid without wltho t a word of ofpiotest ofPIOtt3t f
PIOtt3t because they the hiive hf VC been assessed assessedagainst assesse assease tel telagainst il
against those test able to bear the bur burden burden but r rden ¬
den The Th announcement annourcement by b Treasurer TreasurerRoberts Trrasurl ruumrer ruumrerRoberts xr xrRoberts r
Roberts that tha these taxes will wU not be abol abolished abl ablIshed abe l lshed ¬
ished i next year ear and may be not for or some sometime sometime sort te tetime e
time to come has elicited elcied no criticism criticismThe critcsm critcsmThe n nThe
The people are ar prepared to meet m et their full fullmeasure fu1 Ic iii iiirnttasurs
measure of responsibility refponslblt Give them but buta buta hr It Ita it
a modicum moium of prosperity pro perl and there will willbe wJ 1 Iigrumbling II
be no grumbling rumbln or discontent discontentIt
It looks look now as if this muchdesired muchdesiredprosperity ruchdeslred ruchdeslredprosperlt tI tIprosperity
prosperity Is not no to be evanescent It Ithas Itha ItIrns
has ha apparently apparlntly come to stay sta sta Uncle 1ncle Sam Samhas Samhas m mas
has as profited prot ed by b it as his financial fnancil condi condition cndi cnditon condition ¬
tion ton shows how and the people have also been beengreatly beengret beengreatly
greatly gret benefited benefte With Wih both the govern government g9 governmeat r ¬
ment and the people p ple In a n contented state stateor
mind and anl with wih every ever prospect of con continued contlre contireed ¬
tinued tlre prosperity prosperi the next fiscal fSC1 year ar arought
to be an uy 4S < one for the managers mnna er
our national 1 finances
A A Presidential Presidental MaresrNesr MaresrNesrThe Mares MareeestThe Net NetThe
The esteemed eteertd Verdict ot New ew York Yorkwhich Yorkhlch
which hlch usually uuolh confines contres itself lset to passing passingswift sslns sslns1Ut
1Ut swift and an severe I cre sentences entenct on such states statesmen statesalert tote totenum ¬
men as do not cone cne up to its Is editors editorsIdcaig OI editotsideals 0r8 0r8Itta
ideals Itta has gone Into the political pltcal detec detective dfte ¬
tive t business buslnfS For 1101 some time the Virdlct Virdlcthas Vidlct Vidlcthas
has had Its Sherlock Sherlok Holmes eye eo on one oneArthur oneArthur oneArthur
Arthur Pile Pe Gorman Goran of Maryland Iarlard wio w o Is Isalleged I isetlieged
alleged GI uo to have iave designs d lfns upon the Presi Presidency Preldenc Presidenc ¬
dency denc No Now or nt tho Verdict Verdit which holds holdsBryan hol1 holdsBryan
Bryan ran to be the logical 10lc11 and inevitable inevitablecandidate Inelable InelablecAndidate inevitablecandidate
candidate of the t Democracy Dmoerc In the next nextcampaign ne nextcampaign t tcmpalsn
cmpalsn campaign Is naturally nturlb alarmed alare at this thisyct thl thisyet
yet lt It I la not to be b deceived 1Ce The Verdict VersJicinaUttf Y Verdictinsists Jlc
insists tl that Mr Ir Gorman Is the Machlft Machlftvdli Iachh Maehiivehti
vdli 1 of American Amclan j lJtC ichitics < lltics and is not to tobe tob tobe
b be taken lalen at lib 11 face value alue In other otherwords otherwor otherords
words wor ords his actions are to b be interpreted interpretedby Ifterreto
by b contraries contlrO for when he hI lCems seems > ems to tooving b bn b
n polng > ovinff openly opnl and an frankly frmkl toward tOWAd some someobject som sombJ someobjEct
object bJ < ot In reality realUy he is progressing prDe Ilng in the theopposite theopposite
opposite 0 lp5le direction Having Hlvln enunciated enunciatedthis enuncte enunciatedthis
this theoryworthy theorrorth in t etery ry r rtspcct t of
I I 0r D D r Conan Dcylea Irles psychological PfWeloglal detective det detec deteevothe 4 4thothe
tl tive thothe ti vothe the Verdict Verict proceeds Jr s by b A sort r 01iteftf ol olffers
d iteftf differential di ffers atini calculus WCI1 to discover dlsor what ht Mr MrGorman Mrormin lr
t C Gorman G ormin < rmn Is I up to toWhite tot
t White Whl admitting admltnt that he has ha an n Inalien ln1 malleniIC n nal
a ahle al aJ iIC and aM characteristically chnrctertclr Dem rtc rtcbt
f rtcht ri ght bt to drit fCt Mr 111 Bryan Brn If he can cn th thYtrlct
Vtrdlct Ytrlct V erdict assumes smu that thlt this thi Is I fpslble fpslblefor
f for fo < r Mr Gorman Go n In hl hi his own person personj
j I Tst Therefore Thtreore T h M uust uu t be b usin Ung using himself hlm i as 05 n ni ii
j s jstaJkinff st aking hora htn horse for tome rme other potential potentialj ptental ptentalcndldt I
j c candidate cndldt In other words w rd5 he Is I on the thej thtill
j st U1I tl ill hunt for or delegates d lcat whom whom at at the the lt ltI
j I c moment moment m oment he trill wJ turn tur over to some more morej morenagne t
j i n nagnetjc nagne agnetlc e man mn and ad endcavcr endocr to t over overwhrttn
v whrttn whf1m w helm the sixteentoone 11t entoone candidate cndidate in a a L
9 aJamredeof amree amede or patriotic ptriotc enthusiasm enthuefem Ac Acconlingly c ccOrlngly
i conlingly cOrlngly c the te Verdict Yerlct trains trln Its It detective dtLeUve dtLeUveInHlnct i
j j InHJnct in stinct on the problem of who ho is Mr lr lrGormans
j j Gormans G ormans principal prclpt and nd finds t Jds that thati tbatAdmir
j i j Admiral Admir A dmiral Schley Shley Is the man m1 It I ar arIgt
j Igt g gees ues that tht Schley Shl Sable > Is a Q Maryland Marylandi 31aland 31alandI I
i j Democrat Democrat D tmocrat and a a close clo friend trend of Gor Gorj
j j j p man m tta that he Is the popular hero her of otthe ol r
t the th e battle btte off of Santiago Etlo and ad a victim victm of otI 01 r
t the he malice malce of o the Navy av Department Deprtment Deprtmenttherefore
I therefore t the most n o t available aviabe man mn to beat beatEryaij bat batDraq beatryaZ I
Eryaij E ryaZ in contention cOnenton This Tis then Is I the theYfrdlcts
Verdicts Yfrdlcts V erdicts great gre1 discovery dlcernd disveryend qnd a very yer In IngtnlouK
genlous gtnlouK g enlouis one even en If H I Is a mares nest n st stan
a aI and an nd Schley Sehl y the Innocent Innoent seahorse seahore con concealed conceled
I c cealed celed oaled therein therein The Te editor eior of the Verdict Verdictj
j j has h n as certainly certalnl vindicated his right to be beconsidered hu
c considered cn cc nsidered ldere the e Sherlock Serlock Holmes of poll Jol JolI
j I I t tics ti cs but he is much better beter at his old oldi I
I to
j i i t trade trde tr titr ade of hunting huntng Hanna through the theJungles thejlngles the
j Jungles jlngles ju ngles of the administration adrrnltaton When he heembarks heI he i
I e embarks embark on n cruise of naval discovery discoveryh discover r
n h i is very ery much at sea sea Mr ir Gorman has hasdoubtless hasI ha I
I doubtless doubtess d < j been een a very Er good friend trend of Ad Admiral Admiral ¬
n miral m iral Schley Schle but he h Is not In the fool foolI Zoo I
I f friend fr iend class classThe dais daisI
The establishment ctablshment of a jockey club cub ap appears appear ¬
I pears pear p ears to be the most important thing in insight Inslshl it itght I
sight si ght in Cuba Cub at present presentIt presentI
It I must be conceded that the Rough RoughRidera Roughndri Roughr 1
i Ridera ndri R iders have pulled puled off a vast amount of ofreunion ofreunIon 01 r
reunion reunionBoston reunIonBoston r
Boston has picked up enough courage courageto courageto courageS S
to t o Invite Dewey Dc we to tarry a time There Therela ThereIs Thena S
Is a bare possibility of Boston coming comingaround comingaround comtn
around a all right richtCol rl ht htCol
Col Alec McClure Is beyond doubt the themost themost t
most m ost eloquent cloqu nt and able abl advocate tIvoeate of the theahlrt thehlrt
ahlrt ti hlrt waist for or men If Col McCluro McClurowill lcClurowlU S
v will w ill but keep up the fight the th heshirt heshirtwaist heshirtwaist I
v waist w aist will be sure to come comeAa comeAI
Aa we wcundenstand understand Gov GO Roosevelt Rooseveltsoffer ROOReeUsoffer
0 offer ffer he Is prepared to so 0 ever and lick lickthe lickthe
t the th e Filipinos just as he licked the Span Spanlards SpanIards
lards la lat rds provided the administration cares caresto car s sto I
ti to t o have the job completed with a rush rushThe rushThe
The uptodate Western estern vigilance com committee
n mlttee m mt ittee will electrocute the automobile automobilethlet S
t thief thiefWhen
When hen Secretary S cretary Long inaugurates Inau rate5 the thework thework
v work w ork of probing the Merrlroac scandal scandalthere scandalthere
tl there t will be considerable consl erable anxiety anxiet on tap tapIt tapIt
It will willb be quite qult natural for the mind mindof miDIor I
Q of f Senator McMillan 1fc Ullan to revert to the thequality tbequntll thu S
quality q of beef furnished our troops troopsThe troopsTlJe
The Kansas editors dont take very veryklmlly veryklnll ver 1
klmlly klnll k indly to the Teddy Tedd and Freddie Fr ddle ticket ticketThe ticketThe
The T he time has passed when Kansas can canbe canbe car i
b be e swept off or her political feet by b political politicalaccidents politicalaccidents I Iccidents
a accidents accidentsMr accidentsMr
Mr tr Bryan says he stands Just where wherehe wherehe
h he e stood three years ago If the country countrywill countrywfU countr
v will w ill but glance over its shoulder it will willascertain wHlas wilscertain I
a ascertain as < ertaln that Mr Ir Bryan nr an Is correct correctThe correctThe correctThe
The Rough Rider orators showed con considerable conslderabJe conlderable ¬
s siderable dexterity dexterit in skating around the theroundrobin theroundrobin thu a
r roundrobin incident incidentNow IncidentNow IncidentNow
Now that Agulnaldos brass band has hasbeen hasbeen hat S >
j been b een captured Mr Atkinson is about the theonly theonly tb e enly J
c only o nly available noise producer the youngr youngrman oun ounman r
r man m an has in stock stockNow stockNow
Now that the streetcar strike has < bpen bpensettled bpensettled beetettled Ii
s settled the Cleveland newspapers newspapers can re resume r2sume ¬
s sume ume the work of pointing the the finger ref of ofscorn orscorn o f
a scorn corn at other disorderly communities communitiesAtlanta communitiesAtJantat
Atlanta B Mayor makes a conspicuous ad addition addltlon aditlon ¬
e dition d itlon to those who deplore sensational sensationalism sensationalIsm sensationalrn ¬
ism u rn in the pulpit pulpitCapt pulpitCapt pulpitCapt
Capt Coghlans objection to the hyphen hyphenated hyphenated hyphented
ated a ted American Is well founded The Thehyphen Thehnhen Th a
j hyphen h smacks too strongly of an apology apologyfor y yor
f for or the latter part of the combination combinationThat combinationThat combinationThat
That Ohio man who asked to have his hispension hispenson hi S 5
pi pension p enson reduced will very likely have it itincreased ItIncreased I Increased St L
increased i on the ground round of insanity insanityThe In insanityThe anlty anltyThe
The Foraker department of the valued valuedChicago valuedCblcago value tI tIhicago 1
Chicago C TimesHerald Is still ui inclined inclinedtoward inclinedtoward incline ii iioward
t toward expansion expansionPerhaps expansionPerhaps expansionPerhaps
Perhaps the Standard Oil Company Is Isgoing Isgolnl I S Soing 3
going g oing to New ew Jersey to make a real realtrust realtrust ron LI 1
trust t of itself and an thus get even with withthose withthO wit h 1
t those thO e persons who have been calling It Itnames itnames i tt t
i names namesMissouri names1I550url n ames amesMissouri
Missouri 1I550url has finally finall found a a jury with withenough withenough wit h hnough j
enough e nerve to send sen a train robber to toprison toprl I 0 0rison 3
i prison prl p rison on but has its Governor enough enoughnerve enoughnrve enoug h herve
i nerve n erve to keep him there thereMr thereIr
4111 Mr Ir Kohlsaat has reached that point pointwhere pointwhere pout it itwhere t
i where he will be justified in demanding demandingthat demandingthnt demandin g
1 that hat Mr Ir Foraker submit himself to one oneof oneof on s ef
of o f the editors courts of inquiry inquiryThe Inq inquiryThe lry lryThe
The Kentucky Kentuck Democrats have dropped droppedinto droppedInto droppento
i into nto a ToBeContlnuedInOurNext ToBeContln1edlnOur ext rut rutThere rutThere ru I
There is a great opportunity for some sometrlend som somriend e I Ifriend
i friend f of the white methl to discover dfscove scover scoverthat r rhat
t that t hat the local pest is a gold bug In dls dlsguise c1lsguise r rguise
guise guiseSince guiseSince guiseSince
Since thinking it over Senator McMillan McMillanfinds lcMl1Ianfinds n nfinds n
I finds that he feels a a trifle antloctopussy antloctopusvhlmselC y V
himself hlmselCThose himselfThose i iThose
Those of Mr I Bryans B ans friends friendawbo who are areengaged areem ax eengaged e
engaged em < agell In watching Mr Ir Gorman are arewasting arewasting ax e 5wasting
wasting time that might be valuable valuableMr valu1bleMr valuableMr
Mr Qua Quay has captured another largebunch larg large largebunch te tebunch e
bunch of delegates ele tites to the approacitin approaching approaching1Republican g
Republican State convention and theanamaker it the IC ICWanamaker e
Wanamaker anamaker Board of Fabrication is eompdle cora corapelled 1 1PthlOd
pelled to work overtimeThe overtimeThe overtime
The New ew Mexico
people have had an anopportunll a n nopportunity
opportunity < to catch the Teddylzed face taceHon lao a aHon
Hon Joe Blackburn Is quite qutteaware aware of oft1Jt if ifthe
the fact that a favorable mention in Inpolitical a apolltica
polltica platform doesnt necessarily necef necesearlymean ara aramean
mean the bagging of the Senatorial plum plumSo plumSo
So it appears that the people who make makea
a specialty of lending money mone brought
France to time on the Dreyfus affair affairTh affairTh affairThe
Th The power of wealth Is not always wield wielded wielded
ed In the wrong direction directionIn
In figuring figurln on the cost of the war with
Spain son OIIL n account should be taken of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the expense Involved in inthe the protection of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the New ew England coast coastI
10 I ti k Our
Frsm ICC tfc Gardiner Ode Me Initftnttai Initftnttaif Indt tn tl1l tl1lt
f seems to be a fad with some of the
boys and girls to get Into th the lower entry
leading to this office shut the outer doortnd doorand door doorand
and proceed to do a largesized courUn courUnnct courtingact courting
act There Is a photographer over our oursanctum oursanctum
sanctum and perchance some time hema hemay he hemay I
ma may be able to ge get a snapshot at this Intre interesting in interesting ¬
tre teresting tlng entr entry tableau and when thepicture the thepicture i ipicture
picture appears In the Independent youttiil you younil ou
1 ttiil nil ill be liable to recognize It It111I1 itavI It Itavnl
> avnl CadHlk Cadtlln In ritillpplnec 1lIl1lplouPhiladelphia IliltipptnePhiladelphia
Philadelphia June 26 26The The training
ship s hip Annapolis with the third and fourth fourthyear fourthear fourthear
year y ear classes at the United States Naval aval
Academy Academ on board parsed pa led up the Delaware Delaware Dela Dcliiware ¬
ware River today toda and Is expected to ar arrive arrl aryc ¬
rive rl n yc at League Island Navy Na a Yard tomor tomorrow tomorrow tomorow ¬
row r ri ow or Wednesday Wednusda Capt John Hunker Hunkers
is i s In command After a few fe days the thecruiser thecruiser thecruiser
cruiser will leave for Bath Me MeTuTcar MeTuTear e eTu
TuTcar Tu Telr Uotrit DI Chinese Wall WallDenver WattDenver 11 11Dner
Denver June 26 2GAccording According to Frank
Lewis a Chicago civil engineer en neer who was
today a guest at the Oxford Hotel he
Chinese government contemplates the de destruction det destruction ¬
struction t tlon of the th ancient Chinese Chinee wall that thatseDftratee thattP thatseparates
separates > tP untftJ China proper from Chinese Chln t Tar ¬
tar tary Mr II Lewis Is
en route to China hlna to toassist toastst toassist
assist in tearing teartn down the famous struc Etru ¬
Au uhr llir Iirrc Sliiptyoit < > f fCnlll fCnlllW Gold GnlilNew GoldNew
New W York June K GThe The National atl nal City
Bank will ship e50000 gold to Europe Europetomorrow
tomorrow L Von Hoffman Co will willshlo willublo 111 111ihlD
shlo J50QOOO JQOct Grand total since the movemcnt mOemnt move moveSmeat
meat commenced JIG150000 lGtro fJJ
A Burglar Xf Neatiy rtlT tly Captured by b a aYnuh Brare BrareYoiinz Dru1e1tll1
Yoiinz 1tll1 = Woman WomanFroa TumlluFros Vumuan
l Froa Fr an tt t5e X ew ir Tank Tribes TribesConfustil TI1f1ueontusf1J ThbcreConfused
Confused < and disconcerted d neerted by falling fallingInto f fallingnto l1Hng l1HngInto
j Into nto the arias of pretty r tt Miss Irene IreneStearns IreniStfarM Irenetearns
Stearns S tearns of WE l Clark street treet who had sud suddenly sutlrlenl sitIenly ¬
c denly rlenl d enly opened the door of her apartment apartmenti
i on o < n the tb second floor Albert Stockwell Stodt eU who whohad whohad whoad
j had h ad been n working on the door with wlthL a ajtm ajtmconfessed jim jimmy jimmy ¬
my confessed to hIs captor that he was wasa wasa wasburglar
a burglar and a poor one at that thatThe thatIncident
The incident which would make a good goodfoundation goodtoundatlon goodoundation
j foundation f for a parlor farce happened happeneden
en o < n Friday Frlda afternoon Mrs ra Mary Ial Stearns Stearnsand SteanuIt1d Stearnsnd
and a nd her daughter Miss Irene who Is a aI amember
I member m ember of the chair of Plymouth PInn uth Church Churchhad Churchhad Churchad
had h ad come home after making several severalcalls sevenilc1IJs severalalls
calls c alls They The were tired and after making makingthemselves mnkln mnklnthemsehHI makingemselves
j themselves th thw emselves comfortable mfortable decided that they theywould theyoul theyould
i would w oul ould not receive any callers for the rest restof restat restf
of o f the afternoon so o when tho bell be In the theapartment theapartment thepartment
l apartment a rang repeatedly there was no noresponse nor2qO noosporse
response response3Irs r2qO r osporse3rs Ct Ctrs
3Irs rs Stearns remarked that their caller callerwas callerWa calleras
was Wa w as quite persistent In ringing but stud studto ptuclto stucko
t to o her intention of being out for the theafternoon theafternoon thefternoon
t afternoon a She thought tho ht no more about it ituntil ituntil
J until u ntil ten minutes later a peculiar scrap scmpIn
ing In i ng sound was as heard against the door dnorollimlng
t opening o into the Stearns apartments from fromthe fromthe
t the th tha e general hall The suggestion that thatseme thatSm
s seme Sm a cme thief was attempting to get Into the therooms therGOms theooms
i rooms r did not disturb the equanimity of otthe
the th e daughter who said ed she would go and andinvestigate andInestJate
investigate i Both went to the door and and1ss
iliss M 1ss Irene unlocking it softly sort opened It Jtsuddenly It
suddenly sl s A young joun man with a curious curiouslooking curiouslookIng I
j looking l jimmy jimm In his hand fell headlong t
j Icto rto the arms of the young oung woman He Hewas t
was w as more surprised and confused than thanMiss t n nMiss L
Miss M iss Irene and offered no resistance resltaneewhen i
when w hen she grasped him tightly tlghtJ by b the lapel lapelof L
of o f the th coat and demanded to t know what whathe whate
he h e was doing doingLooklngor
Lookln Looklngor Looking for Mr Bowen replied the theyoung theoun i
j young y oun oung man after he hE h had gained some of orhis
his h is scattered wits as he reeled off glibly
the t he name of another l other tenant of the house housewhich houstwhich
which w hIch he had seen on the letter boxes I
below belowThats b elow
Thats no way to look for Mr r Bowen BowenaJd Bowenafd Bowenaid
n aid the young oung woman more sternly than I
before b efore Look at that jimmy jlmm Why Wh I I
believe b you OU are a horrid burglar burglarYes burglarYe
Yes Ye T am stammered stammer d the prisoner prl oner as I Ie
he h e wilted before the
blazing eyes of his hiscaptor I Iaptor
captor c But bad
companions led me meastray mea1tra I
astray a1tra a ag he added and I am am not very ery
good g ocd at the business
Well Vell It doesnt oc nt look as though you OU I
were w ere broke in Mrs Irs Stearns with a tone
of o f fine scorn corn in her voice olce Hand me that
thing t In your our hand right away
The man surrendered tho badge ha > c of his hisprofession hisprofession I Irofession
profession p rofession reluctantly reluctantl and looked as if he hethought hethousht
ts thought t he was not worthy of it as he hestared heHtared
stared s hard at his feet which he shuffled shuffleduneasily shuffleduneasll shuffledneasily i
uneasily uneasll u over the carpet As soon oon as he C Cound
found roun f his voice olet he began to beg for or his 1
liberty lI berty rty and andllimost almost persuaded his fair caiv
tors t ors that he was the victim of misplaced misplacedconfidence mlsplac > 11 11confidence I II
confidence c and ought to be released when whenthe I
the t ire hardhearted Janitor appeared on the thescene thescene
s scene s cene The janitor was accompanied by b a apoliceman aIolceman ii
I policeman p oliceman who refused to listen to any anyexplanation anyexplanation anyxplanation iir r
explanation e but hurried the caller off o to tothe it C
the t he Adams street police station stationYesterday stattonYesterday
Yesterday on complaint of Mrs lrs Stearns Stearnsthe Stearnsthe Stearnshe
the t he young man who said he was Harry Harr
Stockwell S of Forsyth street Manhattan Manhattanwas fanhattanwas
was w as arraigned before Magistrate Bristow Bristowon Brustotn r
on o n the charge of attempted burglary bur lary He HeRaid H S
said s aid he h had come from trashurg Alsace
four f fts our years ears ago a o and had worked ork d us a feed feeder
er ts r in a printing prlntJn establishment at ICCd ICCdstreet l02dstreet 102i 102itreet
street s treet and Third Thir avenue Manhattan
Stockwell S said that he had got into bad badcompany hadcom hatompany I
company com c pan on the East Side Sl e Bull WIt WIlon WIton
son s on he said ald had told him that the life of a athief athier I I
thief t was an easy one He expalned that
Bui Bull Wilson flson is a burglar who is doing doinga dotn dotnterm
a term of four years ears In Sing Sing The Theprisoner Theprisoner Therisoner
ap prisoner p risoner who ho said he had never tried to tosteal tostenl t
steal s teal anything anthln before was remanded for foran forIn for n
an a n investigation InwtI ation The police will look fortI up um umris tI
his I ris East Side companions companionsDOES companionsDOES companionsDOES
Sume S eine JMuinlnatinx IHomlllatlll Comment on Experl Experlmenu Experlmenl Experlmerit
menu a and stud Conclusion of Irof Atwater iltwaterFrom Atwaterroir tvater tvaterFroD
From F roir tie Hartford Courant CouranlPror CourantProf
Prof Atwater of MIddletbwn J dlet wn has hasproved ha
proved p roved that alcohol is a food that Is that thattaken bat battaken th thaken t
taken t In small quantities into the humansystem human humansystem 1 1ystem
system s it Is oxidized oxl ized and converted cO erted Into Intoheat Intoheat mitbeat
heat and energy energ enabling a man to do domore de demore
more work than he could have done had hadhe hadhe hate
he h e not consumed it It is not a stimulant stimulantmerely stimulantmere t tmerely
merely mere which calls out force already alreadystored alread alreadstored I Itored
stored s up but a cause of new force which whichmay whichmay
may be expended either In physical or ormental ormental 0 0mental r
mental effort This Is contrary to the theideas theideas tb a adeas
ideas i of many man persons who regard alcohol alcoholnot alcoholnot 1 1not
not merely as poison 0uS0fl but as p5zen p5zenand pzen pzenand
and a nd if in any an sense a source or cause of ofenergy oCenergy o oenergy f
energy of energy of the most diabolic diabolicand dIabolicand C Cand
and disastrous nature The question is isJoO i S Simportant
so important and interesting Interestl a one that thatIt tha t tt
it i t becomes necessary necessar to discover just justwhat justwhat jus t twhat
what the elaborate experiment on the theman theman thu C Cman
man in the box did prove proveYe proveWe
We Ye are informed that the person who whowas Whowas whi a awas
was confined in the box and experimented experimentedon I Ion
on was a Swede a working man in ro robust rohust robust ¬
bust health Now it is well known that thntSwedes tha t tSwedes
Swedes and Scotchmen living as they the do doIn di it
In I n a cold and raw climate have hav developed 11evelopedIn developerthe I itI
in j the course of generations a special ox oxIdizing oxdizing
Idizing i apparatus in their Insides by bywhich b bwhich bwhich
which they the can turn large amounts of al alcohol alcobol
cohol Into energy and still retain placid placidand placi 1 1and
and unruffled countenances The experi experiment experiment experiment
ment was evidently a special one You Youcannot Youcannot Yot Li Licannot
cannot generalize from a Swede or from froma CroIl CroIla I Ia
a Scotchman in this matter They are built builton bull iC i
on purpose to oxidize alcohol and are aretrained aretraln ar artrained C
trained traln from from infancy In the art art Prof ProfAtwaters
Atwaters experiment merely merel proves that thatalcohol thatalcohol the thealcohol t
alcohol is fool for a Swede In the same sameway samewa sam C Cway
way wa he might have shown that an os ostrich ostrich
trich can develop energy from brass brassbuckles brassbuckleH bras brasbuckles esS S
buckles and wire nails It would not fol follow I IoW
low l oW that a cassowary possessed the same samepower sam e
power A slight presumption might arise arisebut arisebut arisebut i ei
but surely the burden of proof would still stillrest 5tlllrest atil Ii Iirest
rest on the cassowary cassowarySecondly cassowar cassowarSecondly cassowarySecondly
Secondly we understand that the Swede Swedereceived C Creceived
received only onl two ounces of alcohol a day da daequivalent i
equivalent to three ordinary drinks of ofwhisky ofvhisky a awhisky f I
whisky As John Browdle said ald after eat eatIng
ing the pigeon pie Three small pigeon pigeonand pigeonand S
and a trifle of crust Is only an aggrava aggravation aggravation ¬
tion The Swede was working aggnavaII hard all allthe allthe a II
the time trying to make a record on ondynamometer a adnamometer t
dynamometer and six wineglasses of orwhisky a
whisky were far within the limits of ofreasonable aa a areasonable
reasonable test What hat the experiment experimentproves experimentproves it itproves
proves Is that a aver very little whisky whlgk por porday p pa r rda rI
day da is a food to a certain kind of man manTo manTo I
To establish a general rule a Methodist Methodista ethodlgt ethodlgta 1
a Baptist and a high church Episcopalian Episcopalianshould EplscOIJaHanould Epuscopahuashoutd
should ould be tested Then if the results resultswere resultswere
were tabulated and averaged a general generallaw generr resultLi Li
law might be formulated with the II
array of exceptions for what Is one onemans onemans onemans
mans food Is another mans poison poisonWe polsonWe poisonWe
We are inclined to think that the old rule rulebased rulebased rulebased
based on commonsense and experience experiencewould experiencewould experiencewould
would be reestablished that is that al alcohol alcohol alcohol ¬
cohol Is a stimulant and unless taken in invery Iner invery
very er small quantities ruins a mans ca capacity eapaclt Capacity ¬
pacity paclt for work work especially for Intellec Intellectual Intellectual intellectual ¬
tual work It Is not necessary to put a aman aman aman
man In a box to prove that thatTaking thatTlkill thatTaking
Tlkill Taking Nn Chance ChanceFmn CbancelFfIm ChancesFnen
Fmn tbe Chicago Tritoie TritoieThe TrlllrulOht Tr1trxeThe
The great detective momentarily bat be
fled In his s scarab arch for the desperate villain villainr villainrearranged
rearranged r arran ed his clews In his hi mind and andsought andscught andsought
sought to recover the lost thread of his hisreasoning hisreasoning hisreasoning
reasoning reasoningAdmitting reasoningAdmlltlnG reasoningAdmitting
Admitting the flaw In this theory he hesaid hesaid
said to himself ItIs time for or me to con consider coJElder coneider ¬
Elder now whether that other hypothesis hypothesisbut hPotheslsbut hypothesisbut
but no not I am not ready yet et to take takemyself takemyself
myself into my m confidence as to that thatThere thatrhere thattThere
There Is too much at stake stakeAnd staken staketAnd
And n 1 he proceeded prQC ed d cautiously eauUoual to elab elaborate ahaborate lab laborelte ¬
orate orate the other hypothesis with the right rightlobe rIghtlobe rightlobe
lobe of his brain exclusively exclusivelyNo exclusivelyNoJnk
No NoJnk NoJnkFran Jnl JnlFrom JnlFrsm
From th the New Oe < York Tribune TribnntThe TI1bunThe TribuneThe
The reduction of personal tax ta assess assessraents assegments assessments
ments In the borough of Manhattan Manhattanamounts Manhattanamounts
amounts to over iOOJCJ 7000000000 > C JO A prelim preliminary prelimIntry prelimindry ¬
inary assessment of more than 7 7Qtoo 7550 7550OOOCOO 7t3wtco
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Caroline doesnt this poem The Man Manwith Manwith an anIth
with Ith the Hoe appeal strongly to your yoursympathies your8mpa yoursympathies
sympathies sympathiesYes 8mpa sympathiesYea thles thlesnS
Yes David but theres a sadder thin thinthan thInthl1n thing thingthan
than that thatthe the woman oman with the hoe If
I didnt keep ke p down the weeds you youwouldnt youwouldnt youwouldnt
wouldnt get time to read so muoh
poetry I
Dr Talraages TalmnOesDiscol1lse Discourse LllcouiseUpOn Upon Uponan Uponan
an Oriental Scene SceneDEPARTURE
Vivid V Ivld Deicrlptlon by the Eloquent DI Divine Dhlneof lne lneof
of the Quarrel OurellulIrahIlDlaUoun usrral lu iuAbrahalflUOUJC Al > r ham > Uou c Fol FolJotved
towed 011 by y Comment on the General Ui Uiallsactlon ViltJsacUon Uls
satIsfactIon of Modern People with the theSphere tbeSIbero
Sphere In Which Vl lcli They The ilnd t Iud Tli Illemlehe IllemleheIruoD ni elTe elTeLesson I
Lesson of Sympathy with Woman WomanRev uwah uwahRe
Rev Re T De Witt Talmage chose as his hissubject hissubject hisubject
subject s Sunday Wells In the Desert Desertfrom Deserttrom
i from f rom text Gen xxl19 And God opened openedher openedher I
l her h er eyes eye and she saw a a well of water waterand ater aterand
and a rid she went and filled the th bottle with withwater withwater I
water w ater and gave the lad drink He said saidMorning saidUornlng
Morning breaks upon Beoraheba There ThereIs ThereIs Therean
j Is is an early stir In the house of old Abra Abraham Abraham Abraam ¬
ham h am There has been trouble among the thedomestics thedomestics
c domestics d Hagar an assistant In the thehousehold thellOUsehold
J household Ji and her son a brisk lad of ofsixteen orsixteen ol
sixteen s years have become mpudent and andInsolent andInsolent andnsolent I
I Insolent and Sarah the mistress of the thehousehold thehousehold
1 household h puts her loot down very hard hardand hardand
and a nd says sas that they the will 111 have to leave the thepremises thepremises
i premises p remises They The are packing up now nowAbraham no noAbraham
w Abraham A knowing that the journey be before befor ¬
1 fore for orC his servant and her son will be very verylong ver verlong veryb
1 long ong and across desolate places In the thekindness theilndness b
kindness k indness of his heart sets about putting puttingUR puttingun
t UR U n some bread and a bottle with water in init InIt in int 1
I it t It II a very plain lunch that Abraham Abrahamprovides Abrahamprovides I
provides p rovides but I warrant you there would wouldhave wouldhave
1 have h ave been enough of It had they not lost losttheir losttheIr 1051heir I
tA l their t way wa God be with you your ou1 said old oldAbraham oldAbraham oh ohr
Abraham A braham as he gave the lunch to Hagar Hagarand Hagarand r
and a nd a good many man charges as to how she sheshould sheshould shehould n
should s conduct the journey Ishmael the theboy thebo the n noy
1 boy bo b oy I suppose bounded away awa in the themorning themorning tire S Smorning
J morning light Boys always like a change changePoor changePoor changePoor
J Poor Ishmael He has no idea of the thedisasters thedisasters the S
disasters d dg that are ahead of him Hagar Hagargives Hagarives Hagatives r Sr
gives g ives one long lingering look at the fa familiar familiar femlllar ¬
i miliar place where she had spent so many manyhappy manyhappy man r
happy h appy days da s each scene associated a soclated with withthe withthe wltlthe i ri
the pride and Joy JO of her heart youn younIshmael oung r rshmael
Ishmael h
Trudgl Trudz11I1 TrudgiurTlirnugir tic Through lire Dewrt DewrtThe Dc ert ertThe ertThe
The scorching noon comes on The Theair Theall The Their
air a ir is stifling and moves across the desert desertwith desertwith t twith
with insufferable suffocation Ishmael Ishmaelthe Ishmaelthe
1 the boy begins to complain and lies down downbut downbut downut
l but b ut Hagar rouses him up saying nothing nothingabout nothingabout
about a bout her own weariness or the swelter swelterJnc swelterInl swelterns
Jnc Inl i ns heat for mothers can endure any an anthinS ¬
thing t Trudge trudge trudge Crossing
the t he dead level of the desert how wearily wearilyand wearilyand wearil e
j and a nd slowly the miles slip A tamarind tamarindthat t tamarinehat marlnd marlndthat 1
that t seemed hours ago to stand only Just Justa jus t ta
a little ahead Inviting the travelers to tocome tocome te D Dome
come c ome under its shadows now is as far off offas offas of r rs
as a s ever or seemingly so Night Ight drops dropsupon dropsupon 5 5pon
i upon u pon the desert and the travelers are pll plllowless plllowles p11owless
lowless l Ishmael very ery weary I suppose a anstantly
j instantly i falls ails asleep Hagar a ns the shad shadows shadows shadotts ¬
ows of the night begin to lap over each eachother cad cadtherHagar ach achotherHngar
other otherHngar o Hagar hugs her weary boy to her he r
1 bosom and thinks of the fact that it itis Is her he r rault
i fault f that they are In the desert A star sta r rooka
looks look l out and every falling tear it kisses kisseswith kisseswith S Swith
with a sparkle A wing of wind comes comesover comesOer S Sthe
over the hot earth and lifts the locks from Ii
the t he fevered brow of the boy Hagar Hagarsleep Hagarsleep r rsleeps
sleep fitfully and in her dreams travels travelsover traelsover S Sover
over the he weary day and half awakes her he I
son s on b by crying out In her sleep Ishmael I
Ishmael IshmaelAnd hshmaelhAnd
And so the they go on day da after day da and an I I
night after night for they have lost their thei r
way a Iso path in the shifting sands no a 0
sign In the burning burn In sky The sack empty empt IT
or the flour the water gone from the bot ¬
tle What V hat shall she do As she pats her he r
fainting faintln Ishmael under a stunted stunt l shrub of a It
the arid plain she sees the bloodshot bloodsh t eye i
and feels the hot hand and watches the th
blood bursting from the th cracked tongue
and there Is a shriek In the desert of o
Beersheba oWe Ve shall die We shall die dieJlngarn dieUngar dieJuagars
Jlngarn Ungar Hitter Weeping WeepingNow VcepInsrICow e81J11I e81J11IXow
Now no mother was ever made strong g
enough to hear her son cry in vain for a a
drink Heretofore she had cheered her lie ler r
boy by promising a speedy speed end of the th e
Journey j urne urney and even smiled upon him when whenshe whenshe tvhe a ashe
she felt desperately enough Now there then C Cs
is i s nothing to do but place him under a ashrub tlshrub ashrub
shrub and let him die She had thought t
that she would sit there and watch until unit Ii
the spirit of her boy bo would go away awa for forever torever forever ¬
ever and then she would breathe out her herown herown lie r
own life on his silent heart but as the th e
boy begins to claw his tongue In agony of ofthirst ofthirst a If Ifthirst
thirst and struggle in distortion and beg be if
his mother to slay sla him she cannot en I ¬
dure the spectacle She puts him under un er a ashrub ashrub ashrub
shrub and goes off a bowshot and begins S
to weep until all the desert seems sob C ¬
bing and her cry strikes clear through throughthe throughthe ii iithe
the heavens and an angel or God comes comesout comesout s sout
out on a cloud and looks down own upon the theappalling theappallinG th C Cappalling
appalling grief and cries Hagar what whataileth whatalleth who t taiiethr
aileth thee She looks up and she sees see 45
the tr nrgel el pointing to a well of water waterwhere waterwher I Iwhere
where she fills the bottle for the lad I
Thank God Thank Th nk God GodI Go GoI
I learn from this Oriental scene in the th e
first place what a sad thing it is when whenpeople whenpeople whe Ii Iipeople
people do not know their place and get gettoo gettoo get t ttoo
too proud for their
business Hagar was wasan wasan wa 5 5assistant
an assistant In that household but she shewanted shewanted ah e ewanted
wanted to rule there She ridiculed and an d
Jeered until her son Ishmael got the th e
same tricks She dashed out her own ow r
happiness and threw Sarah into a great grea
fret and If she had stayed much longer longe r
in that household she would have upset upset it
calm Abrahams equilibrium My friends friendsonehalf friendsonehalt frlendtonehalf
onehalf of the trouble in the world to tc r ¬
day comes from the fact that people do d
not know their place or finding their thel
place will not stay in It When we come corn e
into the world there is always a place p1cc 0
ready for us A A place for Abraham A I
place for Sarah A place for Hagar lIngerplace A Aplace Aplace
place for Ishmael A place for you ou and an ana
a place for me meMen mellrn meMcii
Men Who Vho Were Called Up Illshir IllshirOur II lliglr9rOur ihtr ihtrOur
Our first duty Is to find fins our sphere sphereour slhereour s sour
our second Is to keep it It We re may be It e
born in a sphere far off from the one for forwhich forwhich ft en
which God finally intends us u Sixtus Sixtuswas V Vwas Ywas 5
was born on the low
ground and waa a aswineherd aswineherd aswIneherd
swineherd God called him up to wav wave a ascepter ascepter ascepter
scepter Ferguson spent his early dayj In i ri
looking after sheep sh ep God called him up to I 0
look after stars and be a shepherd watch 1
Ing the flocks of light an the hillsides of if
heaven Hogarth began by b by engraving engrovlmpewter engravth r rpewter
pewter pots God raised him to stand in inthe inthe I 0 0the
the enchanted realm of a painter The Theshoemakers Th Thshoemakers to toshoemakers
shoemakers bench held Bloomfield for a
little while but God raised him to sit in inthe inthe i In Inthe
the chair of a philosopher and Christian Christianscholar Christianscholar n nscholar
scholar The soapboiler of London coul coulnot couJnot I
not keep his son In that business for God Get tI
had decided that Hawley was to be one oneof oneor or IC ICof
of the greatest astronomers of England En land
On the other hand we may ma be born In Ina Ina I In Ina
a sphere a little UttI higher than that for Ii r
wmcn GOd Intends us is We > e may be D DIn born
In a castle and play pIa In a costly conserva conservatory conenatOr conseriatory ¬
tory and feed highbred pointers and andangle ancJangle andangle
angle for gold fish In artificial ponds and
be familiar with Princes yet God may ma
better have fitted us for a a carpentershop carpentershop carpenter carpentersshop
shop or a weavers w a rs shuttle or a black blacksmiths b2acksmiths Macksmiths ¬
smiths forge The great thing Is to find findjust
just the th sphere for which God intended Intendedu
us u and then to occupy that sphere and andoccupy andoccupy am amoccupy
occupy it uncomplainingly Here Is a man
God fashioned to make a plow There
Is I a man God fashioned to make 1Jak a con constitution constitution ¬
stitution The man who makes mnk ll the
plow Is just as honorable an as the man manwho lII1nwho manwho
who makes the constitution if he make
the plow pJo as well ell as the other man maks rnak n
the constitution There Is a woman who whowas ishowas ho hoW11
was made to fashion a rob rob and yond yonder r
Is one intended to be a Queen and wear Wp lr
It It stems HHnS to mo that In the one cue caeas cueas caseas
as In the other God appoints the sphere sphereand ilpbcrpard sphereard
ard the needle ne le Is just as respectable r pectabe in
his sight as the scepter scepterStrugg scepterStru scepterSIruJe
Strugg Stru SIruJe = aJ for nra a Highar lllgliarSpliere lllgliarSpliereI Sphere SphereI
I do not know but that the world would wouldlong wouldlong wouldlong
long ago hav ha been en raved If some of the themen themen themen
men out of the ministry were in It It aa ansome Cmi Cmisome i j jsome
some of o those who are In init it were out of orIt ofit j
It It I really think that onehalf the worlJ worlJmay workmay I Imay
may be divided Into two quarters o1uartersth8le o1uartersth8lewl10 uanterztbosewise these thesewho
who have not found their sphere and andthose andthlm andthose
those who having found ouhd it are r not wlll 9111Inl willIng
Ins to stay there How Ho many man are strug fitrulgling struggling
gling for a position a a little higher than tl111nthat thenthat
that which God Intended them The ThehondToman Thettondaxoman j
bondrxroman wants to be mistreat Hagor Hagorkeeps 1 tlJrkeeps Hagerkeeps
keeps crowding Sarah The small wheel wheelof wheelof wheelof
of a watch which beautifully went tread treadIng treadInl treading
Ing Its golden pathway wants to b hi the thebalancewheel thebalancewheel thebauaneewheel
balancewheel and the sparTan with cba cbamn cbagrin j jgrin
grin drops Into the brook because it can cansot CUInot cantrot
sot not like the eagle cut a circle under the thasun thesun i isun
sun sunoln
In the Lords Lord army arm we all want ant to be b j
Brigadier Drl B 3dler Generals G neNIJ The sloop says wysMore
More mast more tonnage mor more canvas canvasOh canVilSOh
Oh O h that I were a topsail schooner shoon r or ortuJlrtgged
Of OA fullrigged f brig or a Cuntrd steamerAnd steamer
And A nd so the world Is filled with cries ci f fdlscontPnt
discontent d because beti e we are not willing t tta
Stay s ta tay In the place where God put us andIntanded andntended
Intended i us to be My Iy friends be nOItoo noioo
f too t oo proud to do anything God tells teU you todo
do d dt o for the lack of a right disposition dl posfUon Inthis
dw this t his respect r t the world Is strewn withwandering withandering
wandering w Hagars and IshmaeU GodJ1s Godas
has h as given glvenuch each one of o us a work to do doTLOU doiou doou
iou I ou carry a scuttle of coal up that darkaltt dar
alley altt a lley You distribute that Christian tract tractYou tractYou tractou
You Y ou give J10000 lO to tho missionary cause causeYou roueYou
You Y ou for fifteen years sit It with chronIcrheumatIsm
rheumatism r displaying the beauty beaut ofChrIStian 01
Cy Christian C submission Whatever God alls allsOU aThou
you y OU to whether It win w wn n hissIng hlssln or huzsa buuDwhether huzsawhether
whether w hether to walk under triumphal arch a h 0 011t ot
lift l ift the sot out of the ditch whether hether It beto be beo
to t o preach on a Pentecost P nt t or tell tom tomunderer
w wanderer of the street of the mercy merc ofthe o
the t he Christ of Mary Iar Magdalene whether Itbe I Ie
be b e to weave a garland for a lauchln laughing chilion
on o n a spring morning and call her a Ma Maueen Iny
Queen oQ oo Q ueen or to comb out the tangled lock lockof
of o oy f a waif of the street and cut up one ofour o
your y our old dresses to fit her out for thesonctuardo the
sanctuary sonctuardo s do it and do It right away awn awnhther
Whether hther It be a crown or a yoke okt do no
fidget fi dget Everlasting honors upon those
do d o their th lr work ork and do their th r whole holo work workand worknd ork orkand
and a nd are contented in the sphere in wind
God has put them while there Is wander wanderng
ing i ng and exile and desolation and an wilder wildernee wildern
nee n ets B for discontented Hagar and IshmaelSnildeii IshmaelStuldeu Ishmael islrmaelStriideu wilderI I
Snildeii Turn Turnf nt f Fortune orlIIrr Vhnel VhnelAgain rhcelgaln ViicelAgain
Again galn I find In this Oriental scene alesson
lesson l esson of sympathy with woman when shegoes sb
goes g oes forth trudging In the desert Whir
a great change it was GS for this Hagar HagarThere HngarThere HoganThere
There was the tent and all the surround surroundings surroundIngs surroundngs
ings i ngs of Abrahams house beautiful me meuxurious
l luxurious no doubt Now o she Is going OUtInto on onnto
Into I nto the hot sands of the desert Oh wha whachange
a chang It was And Andn Sn our day da wtoften w
often o ften see the wheel of fortune turn Her Hersome
is some one who lived in the very bnighome
home h ome of her father She had everythtnpossible
possible to administer to her happiness happinessplenty happlnMsplenty happincesplenty
plenty at the table music in the drawing dra wlng
room r oom welcome at the door Sne Is led ic d dorth
forth f orth into life by b some one who cannotappreciate canoe
appreciate her A dissipated dl alpnted soul comesand
and takes her out In the desert
blot out all the lights of that home circle
Harsh words wear out her spirits Tb
high hope that shone out over over the mar
riage altar while the ring was being get at t
and the vows given and the benediction a
pronounced have all faded with th
orange blossoms and there she Is toda
brokenhearted thinking of past Joys and an tl
present desolation and coming c < mln anguish 1
Hagar In the wilderness
Here is l a beautiful home You carnc
think of anything lnythln that can ba b added I
1 It t For
years there has
TT1 not ot been the sug su i
gestion geEUCn of a u sIngle foln lc trouble Bright an
happy children fill the house with
laugh I
ter and sons song on Books to read Pictures P tures to I
look at Lounges to rest en Cup of do tIc
metlc Joy full and running over Dark Dan it
night Sht drops Pillow hot Pulses flutter flutter r
E i3 l3 close And the foot whose well we 1
known steps on the doorsill brought the tli IC
whole vhole household ou3eho d out at eventide crying CIln
Fathers Father a coming will never
sound on o a
the doorslil again Ialn A long deep grief grlr tf
plowed Iowed through all that brightness i t
domestic hits lft Paradise Parnll e lost Widowhood 1
Hagar in the wilderness wildernessWiuu wlldtrnessnumtu wtidrnesstnhtlCsi
Wiuu numtu ii In JLife ICfej Untllp UntllpHow IlntttHow llntleHow
How often is it we see the weak
arm armof armof art In Inof
of woman conscripted for this battle with wit h
the rough world Who is she going clown dow n
the street in the early light of the morn mon i
Irr pale with exhausting work not half halfslept halfsept ira If Ifslept
slept sept out with the slumbers of last night t
tragedies of suffering written all over her Ire sr
face her h r lusterless eyes ees looking far farahead farahfad ft ir iraired
ahead as though for the coming of
some someother somoGthtr sort IC ICother
other trouble troubl Her parents called her hera hr nr
May a Y or Bertha or Agnes on the day tIn LI
when they held her he up to the font and art ti tithe
the Christian minister sprinkled on the U re
Infants face fac the washings of a holy bap ¬
them ti m Her name Is changed now I hear he er
it In the shuffle of the wornout shoes shoesI 5
I see It in the figure of 0 the faded calico calic p
I fine It in the
lineaments of the woe rio oe e ¬
begone countenance Not Mary Inr nor Ber Bertha Bertha Be r rthe ¬
tha nor Agnes but Hagar in the wilder wilderness wflderncs3lay r rflCSii ¬
ness ncs3lay May God
have mercy upon woman wuma in
in her toils her struggles her hardships hardshipsher hardshipsher 5 5her
her desolation and an may rea the great heart heartof heat rt rtof
of divine sympathy Inclose her forever foreverAgain foreverAgain
Again I find in this Oriental scene the thefact thefact ti re
fact that even mother leads forth tre tremendous trenEndous ire It Itntcndous ¬
mendous destinies You say sa That Is not notan notan in t tair
an unusual scene a mother leading leadln her herchild herchild he r rchild
child by the hond Who is 11 that she Is
leading Ishmael you OU say Who Is Ish Ishmael Ishmael Is Ismael ¬
mael A great natlcn Is to to founded foundeda founc ec1 ec1a
a nation so strong that it Is to stand for forthousands forthGusands Zr Zrthousands
thousands of years ears against a aln5t all the armies armiesof armiesof armie armieof
of the world Egypt and Assyria thunder thunderagainst thunderagainst thund r ragainst
against it but in vain Gaulus brings up r p
his army and his army is smitten Alex Alexander Alexander Ae C Cander ¬
ander desldes upon a campaign brings up i p
his hosts and dies For a long while whi
that nation monopolizes the learning of ofthe orthe
the world It Is the nation of the Arabs ArabsWho S
Who founded it Ishmael the lad that th3tHagar thu it ittel
Hagar led Intc the wilderness She had hadno hadno hr hrno tel
no Idea she was leading forth such deal destinfcs IlesUnes 1
flIts nes Neither does any an mother You pass passalong passnlClng pa paalong e 1e
along the street and see and pass boys boysand Loysonc1 ho hoand
and girls who will wll yet make the earth earthquake earthJuak earl earlbake
quake Juak with their influence influenceAuthor InfluenceAuChllr influencetutiirr
Author of an n Encyclopedic KncyclnpediuWho 1ncycloprdlWho EncyclopedicWho
Who Is that boy at Sutton Pool Ply Plymouth Plymouth Pi I Imoutlr ¬
mouth England barefooted wading down downInto downInto eloir tn tninto
Into the slush and slime until his bare barefoot baretoot bat me mere
foot comes upon a piece of iglaKS la8R and he helifts helifts 1 1lifts re
lifts It bleeding and painstruck That Thatwound Thatwound Phi it itwound
wound in the foot decides that he be sed sedentary sedentary so d dentary ¬
entary in his hI life decides that he be a ustudent astudent astudent
student That wound by the glass In ttyw ttywfoot tq1foot ti PS PSfoot
foot decides that he h shall be John KiWi Kittowho KiWiwho Hut 0 0who
who shall provide the best religious en encyclopedia encclopedla ci in incyclopedia ¬
cyclopedia the th world has ever had pro provided provll1ed pr 0 0vided ¬
vided and with his other writings aa II well wellthrowing wellthrowing we ii iithrowing
throwing a a light upon the Word of God Godsuch Godsuch G 51 51suclr
such as has come from no other ot man in inthis I Inthis
this century O mother mother that thatlittle thrt st stlittle
little hand that wanders over your face facemay far c cmay
may yet be lifted to hurl thunderbolts thunderboltsof is isof
of war or drop benedictions That little littlevoice lilt le levoice
voice may blaspheme God In the grog grogshop grot II IIshop ¬
shop or cry Forward to the Lords Lordshosts Lord 5 5hosts
hosts as they go out for their last vic victory vi vitor ¬
tory tor My mind this morning leaps thirty thirtyyears thin y yyears
years ahead and I see a merchant prince princeof prior ne neof
of one of our great cities One stroke of ofhis ithis
his pen brings a ship out of Canton An Another A n nother ¬
other stroke of his pen takes a shIp into intoMadras lot ho hoMadras
Madras He is mighty In all the money moneymarkets moor moormarkets
markets of the world Who Is he He Hesits I le lesits
sits on Sabbaths beside you In church churchMy churchsty
My mind leaps thirty years forward forwardfrom Iorwai a afrom
from this time and I find myself In a re relief r rhief ¬
lief association A A great multitude of ofChristian 0 0Christian
Christian women have met together for a agenerous a agenerous
generous purpose There Is one woman womanIn wonrn in inthat
In that crowd who seems to have the con confidence cot xii xiifidence ¬
fidence of all the others and they all alllook r I Ilook
look up to her for her counsel and for forher f or orher
her prayers Who is she Today you youfind ye U Ufind
find her In the Sabbathschool while the theteacher ti e eteacher
teacher tells her of that Christ who whoclothed wi wiclothed
clothed the naked and fed the hungry am at
healed the sick My mind leaps forward forwardthirty forwa at atthirty
thirty years from now and I find myself rayse elf
in an African Jungle and there is a mis missionary ml is isirionary ¬
sionary of the cross addressing the na natives n a atrves ¬
tives and their dusky countenances are a
irradiated with the gad tidings of weat irma
Joy and salvation Who Is he Did you younot yr tnt tntnot
not hear his voice today in the opening openir ig
song of your church service
itirer xi Tirn or a Chirisi Chirisi31y
My mind leaps forward thirty years yearsfrom yea ra rafrom
from now and I find my myself elf looking lookingthrough iookli W Wthrough
through the wickets of a a prison I see a aface aface
face scarred with every crime His chin chinon ch in inon
on his open palm his elbow on his knee kneea I Ia
a picture of despair As I open the thewicket ti lie liewicket
wicket he starts and I hear hi his chain chainclank cha lit litclank
clank The Jailkeeper tells me that he heha tiehits
ha hits been In there now three tim timesfir s first firstfor t tfor
for theft then for arson now for murder murderHe er erHe
He steps upon the trap door the rope in infastened S Sins
fastened to his neck the plank falls hi hibody h ins
body swings into the air his soul awlngrf awlngrfoff awint hgd gd
off Into eternity Who Is he and whore whoreIs wire re
Is he This afternoon playing kite on the thecity ti e
city common Mother you are now hohu hohuInjf holu holulog t
log a throne or forging a chain you are arekindling a me
kindling a star or digging a dungeon dungeonA
A Christian mother a good many years yearsago yea is
ago sat teaching lessons of religion to her herchild ir irIc en
child and he drank In those lessons She Shenever 21 Ic
never knew that Laropbler would come comeiorth con re
forth and establish the Fulton street streetprayermeeting sire sireprayermeeting Ct
prayermeeting and by one meeting revo revolutionize rev revlutlonize ¬
lutionize the devotion of the whole earth earthand ear
and thrill the eternities with his Cbrlatten CbrlattenInfluence in
Influence Lamphier Mid it was hi himother ii iimother us
mother who brought him to Jesus Chris ChriMShe ChrisShe
She never had an Idea that she be Was lead leadIng lea leaing
Ing forth such destinies But oh when I Isee
see a a mother reckless of her Influence Influencerattling intluencrattling 5
rattling on toward destruction garlanded garlandedfor garland r
for the sacrifice with unseemly mirth and andcodlejuneas at atgodlessness rid rrid
godlessness dancing on down to perdition perditionfaking In InCaking
faking her children In the n s4me me dlrtWn dlrtWnpreparing n npreparing
preparing th4m them for a life of frivolity a aa
death of shame and an eternity of dJ disc discten a ater a
ten I cannot help but My There they tb
go gothere there they jjo Hagar and Ishmneif Ishmee z
I tell you ther there are wilder desserts than tht an
Berrihtba In many of the bright home homesteads hem C Csteadu ¬
steads of this day Dissipated parents paron t
folding dissipated children Avriclou Avriclouparents Ira Iraparents
parents leading 1eadin avartclotw av nlcloeu children tfl
Prayerless p parents iso4lsg pray prsyntes prsynteshildren rtess
i children c They Thn go through fT yery y street streetup streetp
up u p every dark allay lly Into every c ceDar ceDarlong 4lar
i alonff a long every highway Hagpr and l isir isiracit h hraael
raael m acit and while I pranounee their names nrnet
It i t seems like the mo moanln iHng of th the dsm dsmwind
wind w ind Hasar and Ishml IshmlWell lshmaflWell
Well In Kvery Wiiilem WiiilemI Wijelererpeledin
I learn ledin one more lesion from nerm ThIS Oil Oriental Oilntal ¬
ental e ntal scene and that la hu every vry wi widemean w wemnease
demean d emnease has a well in It H liagir RIT and ih ihmael rshmae
mael mae gave tip to die Ha hfagars par b besri rt sank sankwithin ac acwithin
within her as she heard n ncr r child crying
Water Water Ah she ah says ar y yarifng
darling d there is no wat waler r This a lem 4eertAnd < lemAnd
And then Gods an angel l mid kI from fromloud Jia Jiacloud
cloud c loud What lrat aileth Thee Hacarr llagar And Andshe Andhe
she s he looked up and raw Mm potBtHi eatIng to toa towelt
a well of water whore she Wled lhd the theie bot bottle ¬
tle t ie for the lad Blessed be God that thtro thtroIs te tes
Is i s In ever every wilderness a well If you u mv mvknow ny nyknow
know how hot to find it itouRtsel14 fotntUlits for > u uthirsty iihirsty
thirsty t souls On that great day of u the theeast
feast f east Jesus stood and cried If any mm mmthirst iurx
thirst t let him come to Me awl IrhJc IrhJcAil 1rt 1rtAll
Ail these other fountains
you find ra ramere remere
mere mirages of the den l a rt I ls lsyou i < > Si
you know spent his time in tryin tryftre > ai aiout aiout
out the elixir of life lifea a liquid which if f faken
taken t would keep one perpetually perpetuallyn yuuns
In i n this world and would cho chene n < t ti tiback rr ared
back again to youth Of court h < ar i
disappointed he found not at th the elixir elitl but
here I tell you of the elixir af envUjuHg t
life l ife bursting from th the Rock > f Are Areand Aerand
and that drinking that water you snail snailnever SOSrInever
never get old and you will nevt aever r i e eand kick kickand
and will die Ho lb
you never every 4n 4nthat ri
that thirtieth come ye to the v4Ui v4UiL waiiLokoel
Lokoel L kc < l in I tire lit U n nrug Hc Ilacf IlacfAh lIacAir
Ah here Is a man who aye I luvj luvjbeen irav iravbeen
been looking for that fountain a srrrat srrratWhile gnrstwhile
While but cant find It An tnI < I nw rc a asome is issome
some one else who says I balteve all y yu yusoy u usay
say but I have been trudging along m mthe inthe
the wilderness and cant find the ftun ftuntaln1 fetuirlain
lain taln1 Do you know the reason I wit wiltell wittell
tell you You never looked In the right risrudirection rightdirection
direction Oh you say I have Ioukl ioioieverywhere Ioukleverywhere
everywhere I have looked north south southeast suetireast
east and west and I havent found tin tinfountain iii iiifountain
fountain Why you are not lookiu in inthe intire
the right direction at all Look up wars wwraHagar warsHagar
Hagar looked She never would wouldfound ruve ruvefound
found the fountain at all but warn warnshe wflenshe
she heard the voice of the anaH cPe cPelooked h hlooked
looked up and she saw the ring linger r point pointIng pointlag
lag to the supply And If todar toeIi > vth rthearnest vthone
one earnest intense prayer you wi wriht wrihtonly > ul < i ionly
only look up to Christ He woutl polityou polit peiityou
you down to the supply in n the wilder wilderLook rvileiercss rvileiercssLook
Look unto Me all y ye finds of the > Mrih Mrihand 4rthand
and be yd saved for I sot m God ait sal > I tlir tliris tiStC tiStCis
is none else Look look as Hagar lookc lookcYes leokeYes >
Yes there Is a well for every desert demrtof desertof
of bereavement Looking over any audi audience audionce ¬
once you notice signs of mourning and andwee andwoe
wee Oh man bereft oh woman be bereft b breft ¬
reft have you found consolation Hear Hearafter hleanire hleanireafter
after hearse We step from one grave gravehillock gravehillock
hillock to another grave hillock We tol tollotv tollow
low corpses ourselves soon to b be hkt hktthem iietsthem
them The world is In mourning for its itsdead itsdead
dead Every heart has become toe tnrsepulcher toesepulcher
sepulcher of some buried joy But sins sinsye singye
ye to God every wilderness has a w weil weilin < a aIn
In it and I come to that well today todayand todayarid
and I begin to draw water to stake your yourthirst yourthnst
Water iitor for Tlilrstr Soul SoulIf SauteIf
If you have lived in the country you youhave youhave
have sometimes taken hold of the rope rojwof ropeof
of the old well sweep and you know knowhow knowhow
how the bucket came up dripping with withbright withbright
bright cool water And I lay hold of ofthe C Ctire
the rope of Gods mercy and I begin to todraw todraw
draw on that Gospel well sweep and andI an anj
I see the buckets coming up Thlrwty Thlrwtysoul Phiratysoul
soul Here Is one bucket of life Come Comeand ine inearid
and drink of it Whosoever will let him himcome irinicomm
come and take of the water of life fnt fntly tnt tntly
ly I pull away again at the rop rope awl awlanother aridanother
another bucket comes up It Is thin prom promise promIse ¬
ise Weeping may endure for a night nightbut nIghtbut
but Joy cometh In the morning I lay layheld layircid
held of the rope again and I pull away awaywith awaywIth
with all my strength and the bucket bucketcomes bucketcomes
comes up bright and beautiful awl awlcool anticool
cool Hero Is the tjie promise Come unto untoMe untonil
Me all ye who are weary and heavy heavyladen heavyladen
laden and and I will give you rest restThe reStThe
The old astrologers used to cheat the thepeople thepeople
people with the Idea that they could tell trtifrom tellfrom
from the position of the stars what woiiM woiiMoccur wotiiioccur
occur In ii the future and tint It a cluster or orstars r rstars
stars stood In one relation that would wouldbe woulrtbe
be a prophecy of evil if a cluster of ofstars ofstars
stars stood in another relation teat iftatwould teatwould
would be a prophecy of good What sup superstition soterstitlon ¬
erstition But here here IH n new astrology astrologylit
lit which I put all my faith By looking lookingup lookingup
up to the star of Jacob the morning morningstar nrorIrlIr nrorIrlIrstar
star of the Redeemer I can make this thisprophecy thisirrophecy
prophecy in regard to those jrho ho pit pittheir puttheir
their trust In God All things work to together together ¬
gether tor good to those who love God GodJViijrrnut GodInriagriltit
JViijrrnut Aflnr A Ii or Siinnrt SiinnrtHave SirireetHave
Have you seen the Nyctanthes It Is a abeautiful abeautiful
beautiful flower but It gives v vsry > ry little littlefragrance littlefragrance
fragrance until after sunset Then it itpours itpours
pours Its richness on on the air And this thisgrace tlrhigrace
grace of the gospel that I commend comment to toyou toyou
you now while it may be very sweet sweetduring Sweetcuring
during the day of prosperity It pours poursforth irouraforth
forth Its richest aroma after sundown sundownAnd sundownAnd
And it will be sundown with you anti m inn innafter i iafter
after awhile When you you corne to go out outof outof
of this world will it be a desert march marchor nrarciior
or will it be drinking at a fountain fountainA
A converted Hindoo was dying and hH hHheathen liiiheathen
heathen comrades came around him him and andtried aunttried
tried to comfort him by reading sonic of ofthe if ifthe
the pages of their theology but he waved wavrJhis A Ahis
his hand as much an to say I dont want wantto wantto
to hear it Then they called In a heath heathen heathen ¬
en priest and he said If you will only onlyrecite onlyrecIte
recite the Numtra it will deliver you youfrom youfrom
from hell He waved his hand as muchaa much mcclias
aa to say I dont want to heat thai thaiThen thatThen
Then they said Call on Juggernaut H Hshook lie lieiihook
shook his head a as much an to say y I Icant Icant
cant do that Then they thought ir irhaps jrtraps
haps he was too weary to peak an antlrey l lthey
they said Now If you cant say Jug Juggernaut Juggernaut ¬
gernaut think of him He shook his hishead hishead
head again as much aa to say No nw nwno nono
no Then they bent down to his pillow pillowand irtilowand
and they said In whom will you trwttr trwttrHis trust trustHis
His face lighted up with the very glo glories gb gbrica ¬
rica of the celestial sphere as he cried criedout crier crierrallying
out rallying all his dying energies Jf JfBUS Jesus
BUS Oh come this hour to the fountain fountainI ount ln lnI
I will tell you the whole story In two or orthree orthree
three sentences Pardon for all sin ln com comfort cornfort ¬
fort for all trouble light for all dark darkness darknoes
ness and every wlklerneaa ha has a well In Init lxiiIha
TIv Iha Newspapers v VI Mn Mirity y Sermon SermonProm SaruloolStones
Prom a Stones hr R Rev T 74d R kobjalt W at HiUrz HiUrzThe IittsbsrtThe
The pulpit has In the preiw a rival of iw iwmean nsmean
mean strength They do well to join joinhands olrt olrthands
hands In the common task of the better betterment bettermont ¬
mont of mankind Let the pulpit bow bowever however
ever take warning by the errors of th thpast the thepast
past and not be In too great haute to tostand tostand
stand In the way of the onward mrch mrchof t tof
of knowledge lest perchance the society societyof societyof
of tomorrow prefers the uptodata uptodatanewspaper uptodiitonewspaper
newspaper to th the wellworn sermon that thathas thathas
has on It the smell meil of old age A A hereny herenytrial herein hereintrial
trial may perchance drive a man from fromthe frontthe
the church of his youth but the booK boofcwhich booKis
which iu the ground of the socalled ocall d her heresy heresy ¬
esy nays I have come to stay uy and by byand byand
and by disciples will be found even in inCaesars a aCaesars
Caesars household Well may the press prwwbe pressbe
be proud of Its moat recent triumph t71umphihe t71umphihemartyr th thmartyr
martyr of Devils Island on the ev eve of offreedom offreedom
freedom and honor and th the Krenon r rpublic rpoblic
public passing from the shadow of tb tbworlds the theworlds
worlds reproach and WM ohus in the con conqueror conquerer ¬
queror of corruption and wr wrg y Who Whowill Whodeny
will deny that the press Is fronting tho the thedawn
dawn < 4 ti n1 >
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rtom Fr ttt X itaw Tork PretiWhere Preti FIILWhere
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fooHBh fooHBhSome fooahme
Some me girls who look thin Hv 9Y a way wayof wayof
of hinting around that you wo wouhint wouhintthink Wnt Wntthink
think w If y you IM knew W til tilHalf IIIthe
Half th the wonen wh go o wrong never nevarwanted neverwanted
wanted to thy only < waaUd t tnear te gee ow ownear >
near they could get without going vrrowc vrrowcIf wroa wroaIf
If wicked women could only a aei M to totheir toheir
their t heir arts the my myetenlcre itric charm of IMM IMMne iaa iaacanes
canes ne every v ry man Jm lh the world w weesd ttd go goto godcvii
to the dtvil dtvilNo dcviiNo
No matter bow poor a Job a woman womanmakes womanmakes
makes of U with her own huibiwl abe be hi hialways healways
always sure t > re that If sb got right down downto downshe
to U sb she cottM coed Jov love a man Into a rtal state of oftdlorl
collapse collapseAU
AU tdlorl < l ri o l hr lIst Attorney Grn General Generalhaves rnl rnlJ
J w Haven C Coen n June 5The ssn Y I
tyflfth anniversary of the Yale U Ualrrorslny l er4iy
Law School was celebrated today The Theomtlon Theoration
oration was gives by Attorney Gmefal
John W Orljjfa whose them theme was Th ThAdvances The
Advances of Juritprudencc In th Xln Xlnteenth Ntna Ntnateenib
teenth Century Dean Wayland pr prseii sl
ed and lr lroahjont UJnt Dwight unnout conounued the
Jrc I3rge Sl Sate f Iulp IniI Woinl Voe Iiiid IiiidQuebec 1atrdQuebec
Quebec June 2 Charten lotrai cf this thiscity thiscity
city has nokl largo laii tracts ef pulp sri ii iiland <
bind for JU30W tK1H lo o a UMltftl SU Stases us
dlcate principally New Yorktr Yorkers M Mnames o onames >
names can be b obtained

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