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HE recent recentdetermtnatJ determination on of O t the theUnited theUnlte theUnited
THE T United States Stat s to assume tem terhrporary temporary textcontrol
porary control of the finances financesof financesoftbo financesof
of oftbo the Dominican Do In1 n republic republiconce xepubllconce republiconce
once more more brings that restless littleWest little1Vest little littleWest
West Indian government Into publicview public publicview publicview
view It has been apparent for some sometime sometime sometime
time that affairs atralrslntherepubllc in the republic have havereached havereached havereached
reached a critical crl lcal stage Its chief dUD dieculty difficulty dUDculty ¬
culty eliminating tho ever present presenttendency presentt presenttendency
tendency t nde cy to revolutionize at the thesllgbt thesllgbtest slight slightest slightest ¬
est pretext ptet t seems se seems ms to to be bea a wonderful wonderfulcapacity wQndertulcapacIty wonderfulcapacity
capacity to o get getinto into nto debt debt d bt qfld rid da a corre corresponding correspondln corresponding ¬
sponding incapacity to get out again againThe againThe againThe
The national debt of tho tiny mulatto mulattorepublic mulattorerlubUc mulattorepublic
republic now amounts to tho respecta respectable ¬
ble total of 35000000 which in con consideration conlderatlon consideratlon ¬
sideration of the comparatively unim unimportant unimportant ¬
portant rortantfigure figure cut by Santo Domingo Domingoin
in the congress cOrigr congress ss of fwestern western nations is isaltogether Isltogether isaltogether
altogether too great That has 1asbeen 1asbeenthe beenthe been beenthe
the opinion of its impatient creditors creditorsor
fur or a long time and more than one of ofthem ofthem ofthem
them has protested that some settlement settle settlement settlement ¬
ment ehouldbe should be effected Some of them themhave themhave themhave
have even declared their willingness to toundertake toundertake toundertake
undertake a receivership promising to towind toind towind
wind ind up the affairs of the improvident improvidentrepublic improvIdentnpubllc improvidentrepublic
republic with amazing celerity celeritySuch celeritySuch celeritySuch
Such a proposition from a foreign foreignstate foreignstateSanto orelgnstat
state stateSanto Santo SantoDomlngo Domingo has shown a a remarkable re remarkable re remarkable ¬
markable impartiality in the selection selectionof
of her victims many of them being beingEuropean beingEuropeancould beingEuropeancould
European Europeancould could not be tolerated by bythe bythe bythe
the United States The shade of the thelate thelate thelate
late James Monroe would rise in i indig indignant Indlgnant indignant ¬
nant protest at the mere suggestion If Ifthere Itthere Ifthere
there Is any adjusting to be done it is isclearly Isclearly isclearly
clearly the privilege of the UnitedStates United UnitedStates UnitedStates
States to do it it There does not seem to tohave tohave tohave
have been the slightest objection to tothat tothat tothat
that way out of the difficulty It is ismost Ismost ismost
most satisfactory to the foreign cred creditors credltorsand credItors ¬
itors ltorsand and the Dominicans themselves themselveswere themseheswere
were so enthusiastic over the proposi proposition propositlon proposttlon ¬
tlon that they tried at once to borrow borrowmore borrowmoremoney borrowmore
more moremoney money on the strength of It ItIn ItIn it itIn
In the carrying out of Its praise praiseworthy pralsewortby praiseworthy ¬
worthy interference It will ill be necessary necessaryas
as a l preliminary first step for the Unit United UnltedStates United ¬
ed edStates States to restore the republic to a acondition afondltJon acondition
condition of internal quietude When Whenthis Whenthis Whenthis
this Is effected etrc ted the American readjust readjusters
ers will proceed to take charge of the thecountrys thecountrys thecountrys
countrys revenues and pay off its ob obligations obJISadons obligations ¬
ligations those to American citizens re receiving receiving receiving ¬
ceiving first attention Reduced to Its Itsfinal ItsUnal itsfinal
final terms the proposition seems to tobe tobe tobe
be that the United States shall make makethe makethe makethe
the Dominicans behave themselves long longenough longenough longepough
enough to pay their debts When en that thatis thatIfaccon thatis
is Ifaccon accomplished > lIsh d the e dusky republicans republicanswill
will be free to resume re ume their spendthrift spendthriftcareer spendthriftcareer spendthriftcareer
career it they so elect It tis is possible possiblethat po possiblethat lble lblethat
that by that th t time they may become so soenamored soenamore soenamored
enamored enamore < i of the thrifty business methods meth methods methods ¬
ods of their guardians that they will willchoose willchoose willchoose
choose t to walk in their footsteps ever everafter everafter everafter
after It is certain that the Domini Dominicans Dominicans Dominicans ¬
cans cans are are ardent admirers of the greater greaterrepublic greaterrepublic greaterrepublic
republic In 1871 they voted almost almostunanimously almosttIJ1anlmously almostupanimously
unanimously to annex themselves to tothe tothe tothe
the United States Although the honor honorof
of a closer connection was declined declinedcourtqdusly declinedcourt declinedcourtgouslyt
courtqdusly court ously but firmly It is not likely
NTRA HTRAHCE NTRANCETQ CETO TO TOTHE t NATIONAL PALACE r
ITHE THE HARBOR or orSANTO OFSANTO
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that at the termination of Its good goodservice goodservice goodservice
service the theU United 11tedStates States would refuseto refuse refuseto
to accept Samana bay as asa a coaling sta station station st sttion ¬
tion The presence mesenceoan of an American Americangarrison Americangarrison Americangarrison
garrison at atSamnna Samana would be a whole wholesome wholesome whalesome ¬
some check to th the passion for revolu revolution revolution revolution ¬
tion which seems s emstopossess to possess thecll thecllzens the he citi citizens citizens ¬
zens of the Island IslandThe IslandThe IslandThe
The Island on which whl h the republic of ofSanto ofSanto ofSanto
Santo Domingo Is established Is next nestto nextto nextto
to Cuba the largest of the West Indies IndiesOnethird IndiesOnethird IndiesOnethird
Onethird of Its area area is devoted to the therepublic therepubllc therepublic
republic of Haiti and the remainder remainderconstitutes remaindercO remainderconstitutes
constitutes cO lstltutesSanto Santo Domingo These con contiguous con contiguous c n nUguous ¬
tiguous republics are often oCten confused confusedbut confusedbut confusedbut
but they are are re quite qultedisshnll dissimilar In I l most mostfeatures mostfeatures mostfeatures
features The Dominicans Dom nleans are are much muchmore muchm9re muchmore
more refined and circumspect in I l their theirways theirways theirways
ways than their neighbors and are reless relessaddicted less lessaddicted lessaddicted
addicted to io actual bloodshed in theirperiodical their theirperiodical theirperiodical
periodical revolutions rcvolU ons They are re for torthe forthe forthe
the most part p rtm mulattoes lattoes of Spanish Spanishand Spanishand Spanishand
and negro 9rlglnThe origin The few Spanish Spanishfamilies Spanishfamllles Spanishfamilies
families that have ll ye not Intermingled Intermingledwith
with the prevailing type constitute thearistocracy thearistocracy the thearistocracy
aristocracy of the republic and hold holdthemselves holdthemselves holdthemselves
themselves loftily 10tUl aloof from their Ies Iesfortunate less lessfortunate les
fortunate neighbors neighborsEducation neighborsEducatio neighborsEducation
Education In n Its proper sense is prac
STATUE OF F PETER THE GREAT AT AlST ST PETERSBURG PETERSBURGThe
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The Russian capital contains many beautiful squares squar san aridfmost fmost of them are areadorned areadorned areadorned
adorned with statues The one shown In the cut cutw was serect erected erected < I to the memory iemoryof iemoryofPeter of ofPeter ofPeter
Peter the Great by the Empress Catherine II wlibrwas a a German woman of ofmuch ofmuch ofmuch
much ability It Is in In Senate square sQuareone one of o the most charming clihrmlngspots spots in the thecay thect thecity
cay ct This equestrian statue of the great empire builder b lld r18 Is acknowledged acknowl tnowl dged e by all allcrtists allrUsts allartists
rUsts to beone b one of thqmostnobte the mostnobljeexamples mo ex p pJes of sculpture lnlhe in the world idCatherine idCatherineWas Catherine Catherinewas
was a warm admirer of the great emperors way of dotugthln6s doing dol g things thrn i and nd when she shecame shecame
came to the throne she at once O ncebe began to carry put outsome some someofhisprojects ofchur pro projects jects She Sheadded Sheadded Sheadded
added many fine lln structures to the capital capitalSCENE caPIfulSCENE
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The cut Is from a photograph taken on the Pralcetchhy Pra elcl ny bridge tdg in the Rus Russian Russian Russian ¬
sian capital ca pit It Is an excellent Illustration mustratlop of the manner m manner er to ri which W hlchSt St St Petersburg ete rsburg
Is intersected Int rsected by these artificial water courses Manyot lIan hian ot oithemtwere them e vw rvvere re planned by byPeter byPeter byPeter
Peter the Great whoalways who alw3yshad always had a great gre t admiration admiratlol1forAnult forAmsterdam for Atustcrdaui rdam where he hevoriiow heh hehad
h had d worked as ashlpwrlgh a ship yrtghL Sp Some eo of the Canals als werenconatrueted i C gji e J to t relleve l1evethe l1evetheIUt1ow the thevQr11oiv
voriiow of the river Neva at tHe tliebreaklng breaking up up of tleer tleers tHeice U eclcet = 1 f
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tlcally tf lb unknown The parish priests priestshave priestshae priestshave
have established a ate few schools schoolsot of an anelementary anelementary anelementary
elementary character which are under underthe und underthe r rthe
the supervision of sisters and lay
brothers of the th mendicant orders ordersThese ordersThese ordersThese I
These schools are entirely insufficientand insufficient
and nd are not notwelJ well patronized The av average average average ¬
erage Dominican has not yet awakened awakenedto wakenedto
to the necessity of adding to theknowledge the theknowledge theknowledge
knowledge with which nature has en endowed endowed endowed ¬
dowed him The mulatto population populationnumbering populationmbedQ populationmumbering
numbering mbedQ at least half a amllUon million million is isnot Isnot isnot
not Inclined to be quarrelsome quarrels me but buttrouble buttrouplc buttrouble
trouble Is Is fomented by political PQlIt iJItrt trick tricksters trlcksters k kster ¬
sters ster who ate1 afctrying tc trying t ing constantly const nUi to ob ¬
thin opportunity an to loot the public publictreasury pUblIcpe9 publictreasury
treasury The people pe9 le are for the mostpart most mostpart mostpart
part Industrious and patient submit submitting submitting ¬
ting to continual contfrip 1 misgovernment mi goernmentand and andofficial andofllcial
official peculation with remarkable remarkablegood remarkablegOOdnaturC remarkablegood
good gOOdnaturC gOOdnaturCThe nature natureThepresident natureThe
Thepresident The president of lherepubllc the republic is prac practically practicaU practically ¬
tically ticaU a a dictator dlct torAs As often as suits his hisconvenience hisconvenience hisconvenience
convenience he submits to an anelectfon anelectfonand election electionand electionand
and he is careful to have it occur at ata atatime a atime atime
time when there Is no DQ nn well organized organizedopposition organizedopposttlon organizedopposition
opposition Tbegeneral system of gov government government government ¬
ernment Is copied after that of the theUnited theUnited theUnited
United States Officials are plentiful plentifuland plentifulanll plentifuland
and the national revenues are far from fromi
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I SOLDIERS O I S MA MARCHING IN N ST sT PETERSBURG PET SaVRG STREET
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The cut illustrates a scene of everyday life Ufeln In the streets streets of the Russian Russiancapital RussIancapItal Russiancapital
capital A company of soldiers Just arrived from the interior recruiting station stationor
or from some faraway garrison town ismaking its way through one of the snow snowcarpeted snowcarpeted snowcarpeted
carpeted thoroughfares of St SLP Petersburg t rsb rg In such a time as the present the themovement themo themovement
movement mo ement of troops in the Muscovite lIuscovUecltics cities is so frequent that little attention attentionIs
Is given them
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sufficient s fficlent to maintain the anual expenditure ex expenditure expenditure ¬
penditure Add to this the fact that a alarge alarge alarge
large proportion of the legally collecti collectible collectible collectible ¬
ble revenue never reaches the national nationaltreasury nationaltreasury nationaltreasury
treasury and the cause of Santo Do Domingos Domlngosbankruptcy Domingos ¬
mingos mlngosbankruptcy bankruptcy becomes apparent apparentWith apparentWIth apparentWith
With a a population of 610000 about aboutonetwelfth aboutonetVeltththat aboutonetwelfth
onetwelfth onetVeltththat that of the state of New NewYork NewYork NewYork
York and an area of 18045 square squaremiles squaremUes squaremiles
miles about onethird OI ethid that th t of the Em Empire Empire Empire ¬
pire State Santo Domingo is divided dividedinto dividedInto dividedinto
into twelve provinces This means meanstwelve meanstwelve meanstwelve
twelve governors governors each with his hlf staff staffand statandretlnue staffand
and andretlnue retinue There are also fiftyeightminor fiftyeight fiftyeightminor fiftyeightminor
minor communal governments and andmore andmore andmore
more than sixty alcaldes each entitled entitledto entitledton
to ton a company of soldiers and numerous numerousunderlings numerousunderllngs numerousunderlings
underlings underlingsThe underllngsThe underlingsThe
The annual revenue is 1700000 and andthe andthemllltaiy andthe
the themllltaiy military establishment including includingthe
the navy costs 4800000 a year All Allthe Allthe Allthe
the officials officla s are the personal appointees appointeesof
of the president and the army is com composed composed composed ¬
posed of men friendly to his interests interestsJudging interestsJu interestsJudging
Judging Ju Ing from the past pastthechier the chief object objectof
of each administration has been to tomulct tomulct tomulct
mulct the tb people pe plc of the largest possi possible possIbl possibIa ¬
ble bl amount before a revolution brings
The The 11ectitshows cut cut shows the comparatively modern Church otthe or the e Saviour in the an ancient ancient ancient ¬
cient Muscovite capital It Is a noble structure built of white marble in the theLombardoByzantlne theLomba theLombardoByzantine
LombardoByzantlne Lomba doB ntine style s le is cruciform in shape and is Issurmount surmounted d by five fivegilded fivegUd fivegilded
gilded gUd dcupolas cupolas It I contains a collection of paintings by native artists
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THE CATHEDRAL C THEDR L OF ST ST ISAAC AT ST PETERSBURG PETERSBURG
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The Cathedral of of St St Isaac bu8 bu8not brought bn ro g ht Into 1 public 1 > UbIlC notice by the the recent civil disturbances disturbances at t the Russian tiusslan xussian capital Is Isnot isnot
not only one of the most Imposing posl churches in St Petersburg but it Is also a somewhat reduced reducedrepllca replica of St Peters Petersat
at Rome Jt lthas has all the thedign1ty dignity of the th Roman R man model modeland mod I and its proportions are rather rather more utbre oresucceSsuL successful successfuL The Interior Interiorof
of the Russian Russiantemple temple In mnowiseresembiesl nowise resemble resembles the great reat basilica of the Piazza dl dl SanPIetroIMs SanPetio Sa Piet Itlsfar Ii1sfarmore farmore more splendid in inits histX
its its 8 ornamentation Qm8Ientatlon3d and Abounds tarceior In 1 c coiorand 9raFd and gold It wasbegun was begun In 1819 and was was ji der construction tO1tOFth1rtYs for thlrtyrslx thirtyXc thlrtyrslxyears stX J JClrsIffs
years years ClrsIffs It lHscertainlyone Is certainly certaJnroneop oug ollthebest b examples les of l1eoclassICarch1tect inc in Euro uro uror c > w i ij
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about a new newdlvisiono division of the thesp6Us spoils Un Under Under Under ¬
der these circumstances politics > has hasbecome hasbecome hasbecome
become the chief business of sie re republic republic republic ¬
public and other and equally important importantinterests Impoxtant ImpoxtantInterests importantinterests
interests have been neglected Agricul Agricultural Agricultural Agrlculturnl ¬
tural and commercial pursuits have havesuffered havesuffered havesuffered
suffered so greatly from the rapacity of ofthe otthe ofthe
the government and andlAck lack of oencoUrage oencoUragement encourage encouragement encourage encouragement ¬
ment that they th are practically at a astandstill astandstilL astandstill
standstill standstillSanto standstilLSanto standstillSanto
Santo Domingo Is the garden sardenof of the thewestern thewestern thewestern
western tropics Nature has given siv n it a asoil asoil asoli
soil adapted acIaptedto to a a wider range of prod products products products ¬
ucts than can be found 4n In any corre correspending corresPun correspending
spending sPun dIng area in the West WestIndies indies The Thelist Thelist Thelist
list Is a a long l ng one ope including cocoa to tobacco tobacco o obacco
bacco all kinds kinds of o tropical fruits frultssu frultssucane sugar sugarcane sugarpane
cane pane coffee vanilla rubber and many manyother
other othervauable valuable things In the interiormountainous Interior Interiormountainous Interiormountainous
mountainous region r g1ontorestS forests of mahog mahogany mahogany mahogany ¬
any and ando other her timber abound The Thewho Thewholeeountry
wholeeountry who eCo country tiy Is In a state of constant constantverdure constantverdure constantverdure
verdure and thermal fluctuations are arealmost arealmost I
almost unknown The coast regions regionshave regionshave i
have been reputed to be unhealthy but butmore butmore butmore
more recent recent observations seem to es establish es1 es1tabUsJ establish ¬
tablish the fact that they are not notes notespeclally es especially especlally ¬
peclally so so Freed from rom Its financial financialincubus financialincubu financialincubus
incubus incubus and directed in the way way which whichleads whichleads whichleads
leads toward development de + elopm nt there 3s no noreasonswhy nor noreason
reasonswhy r reason son why Santo Domingo should lag lagbehind lagbel11nd lagbehind
behind behind her sister republics republicsGeneral republicsGeneralCarlos republicsGeneral
General GeneralCarlos Carlos F F Morales presenthead present presentheadpf presenthead
headpf head ° otthe of the Dominican Domln c n government has hashad h hashad s sh
had h daIi an eventful eventfufc career career r er He H was born bornin bornIn bornIn
in 1S67 at Porto Plata on the north northside northside northside
side of the island His parents were in ingood Ingood ingood
good circumstances his father being a aprosperous aprosperous aprosperous
prosperous merchant mer hant After a good goodpreparatory goodpreparatory goodpreparatory
preparatory education at home he was wassent wassent wassent
sent to a theological seminary at Santo SantoDomingo SantoDomingo SantoDomingo
Domingo city his father having hayingchosen hayingchosenan chosen chosenan
an ecclesiastical career for his son In Inthe Inthe
the course of time tlmehe he was ordained to tothe tothe
the priesthood and assigned to a a parishAfter parish parishAfter parishAfter
After a trial of eight years the young youngman youngman youngman
man became convinced that he had hadmade hadmade hadmade
made a mistake in his vocation and re renounced renounced renounced ¬
nounced the priesthood He soon be became Decame became ¬
came editor of a newspaper which was wasthe wasthe wasthe
the organ opposed to the existing government gov government government ¬
ernment and was so fearless In his ex expressions expressions expressions ¬
pressions of dissent that he was arrest arrested arrested arrested ¬
ed and thrown Into prison He nar narrowly narrowlyescapcd narrowly ¬
rowly rowlyescapcd escaped with his life being con condemned condemned condemned ¬
demned to be shot shotDuring shotDuring shotDuring
During the next few years yearsMorales yearsMoralesIhed Moraleslived Morales Moraleslived
lived a life alternate of revolt and andexlle andexlleThe exile exileThe exileThe
The momenta a new dictator succeeded succeededIn
In reaching the presidency the young youngman youngman
man began to foment revolution He Hewas Hewas Hewas
was elected to t the Dominican congress congressduring congressduringthe congressduring
during duringthe the incumbency of Jiminez and andwas andw andwas
was w s governor of the province of La LaPlata LaPlata LaPlata
Plata during the early days of Presi President President President ¬
dent Wos Vosy y Gil Last year he headed a amovement amovement amovement
movement to oust both of these Do Dominican Dominican Dominicar ¬
minican statesmen and when he and andhis andhis andhis
his friends had driven them from the thecountry thec thecountry
country c untry he assumed assumc control He has hasIssued hasIssued hasissued
Issued a proclamation for an election to tobe tobe tobe
be held next June and he has little rea reason reason reason ¬
son to fear the outcome General Mo Morales Morales Morales ¬
rales is a tall and decidedly good look looking lookIng lookIng ¬
ing man with an intelligent Inte1llgentace face and a amost amost amost
most agreeable manner He Hefs is married marriedand marriedand marriedand
and Is the father of two children childrenWHJLIAM chiidrenWILLLUIK childrenWILLIAM
WILLIAM WILLLUIK K LANE
THE THECHUJ3CH CHURCH OF THE SAVIOUR IN MOSCOW
EMPEROR AND AUTOCRAT AUTOCRATThe AUTOCRATThe
The general allusion to the ruler of ofRussia ofRussia ofRussia
Russia as the czar Is strictly strlctlyspeakJng strlctlyspeakJngIncorrect speakingIncorrect speaking speakingincorrect
incorrect HisofficlaltiUe Bisoeial titleis e is isuemperor isuemperorand emperor emperorand emperorand
and autocrat Czar Is the old Rus Russian Russian Russian ¬
sian word for lord or prince and andwas andwasabandoned andwas
was wasabandoned abandoned by Peter the Great on onhis onhis onhis
his triumphal return from rom Poltava Polta ab1s ab1scrowning his hiscrowning hiscrowning
crowning victory over Charles XIL of ofSweden ofSweden ofSweden
Sweden Since then the th Russian mon monarch monarch monarch ¬
arch has been officially entitled t1t1ed theemperor the theemperor theemperor
emperor and at the congress eongressor of Vien Vienna Vienna Vienna ¬
na In 1815 his right rfghtlo to t the e Imperial term termwas termwas termwas
was admitted acimlttedby by the powers with withproviso the theproviso tile tileproviso
proviso that though he was emperor emperorhe
he had no precedence prec dence over the kings of ofwestern atwestern ofwestern
western Europe
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COUNT CARTEVILLE CARTEVILLETH CARTEVllLr s
r TH THE DRESS IfRESSR REFORMERCount REFORMER REFORMERCount FOR B BCount
Count Carteyllle Is a modern Beau BeanBrummell BeauBramplcll
Brummell who Who has recently made some something sometbiIlgof ¬ y ything
tbiIlgof thing of a a stir In British fashionable fashionablecircles tashlqn fashionablecircles bJe bJeclrcles
circles by appearing at t various arlo s func functidns func functions f tic tictl = ¬
tions tl ns requiring full dress In the attire attireshown attireshown attireshown
shown In Jnthe the cut cl cut t The count counts Is s fc fcstickler ttstickIer Itstickier
stickIer for the conventions of the thes thesclal sor sorclal sa sacialworld
cialworld clal wbrld w rld but he has declared declaredW declaredWt declaredwar declaredwaragainst war waragainst
against t the ungraceful ungraceful garment garm nt which w
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has so long been the accepted covering coverln
for the male nether extremities He Hehas Hehas J
has initiated a vigorous crusade against againstthe agal againstthe 1St 1Stthe
the monstrosity monstnsltyand and suggests as a a sub substitute boubstltute substitute ¬
stitute the becoming knee breeches of ofthe ofthe s sthe
the Georgian period Count Carteville CartevilleIs
Is not the only reformer who has de devoted devoted ¬ t tVoted
voted himself to the downfall of long longtrousers longtrousers longtrousers
trousers but obtuse masculinity seems seemsto f fto 1to
to have accepted them for better or for forBICYCLES torworse forworse
worse
BICYCLES SICYCLES1tl IN FRANCE FRANCEAccording FRANCEAccordIng FRANCEAccording
According to an official statement just justpublished justpublished
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published 1310 1310223 23 bicycles were taxed taxedIn taxedIn I IIn
In France In 1903 being 103481 more morethan morethan morethan
than In 1S02 190 The department of the theSeine the theSeine theSeIne
Seine Paris had the largest number number
44386 and andCorslC3 Corsica the smallest
337 The number of motor cycles cycleswas cyc cycleswas s sWas
was 1981 and of automobiles 19886 19886FOOD 19886FOOD
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FOOD OF THE FUTURE FUTUREMan FUTUREMan FUTUREMan
Man will eat 200 00 or 30 more foods foodsin foodsin
in the year 2000 Q00 than he eats now nowisaid nowsaid now nowsaid t
said a chemist A movement Is on onfoot n I Iootamong
foot ootamong among the worlds governments to toIncrease toIncrease toIncrease
Increase the variety of our foods and andevery andevery I
every week weekfro from somewhere or other a anew aneV ane
new ne v vegetable or fruIt or nut is added addedto I Ito
to the international bill of fare
RUSSIAN PICTURES OFMOm OF MORE THAN PASSING INTEREST I
A PRINCES CHECKERED CAREER CAREERPrince CAREERPrince CAREERPrince
Prince Michael ChilkoJT imperial imperialminister Imperialminister imperialminister
minister of railways rallwa s for Russia has hashad hashad hashad
had a varied experience in life He was wasborn wasborn wasborn
born heir to an immense estate and as asa as asa asa
a youth was reared in the luxury which whichis whIchIs
is so characteristic of the Russian no nobility nQblIity nobility ¬
bility He had a taste for or mechanical mechanicalengineering mechanicalengineerIng mechanicalengineering
engineering and in 1S57 he came came to toAmerica toAmerica toAmerica
America and spent a year In tile study studyii studyrailroads
ii railroads rallroadsSoon Soon after his return returnI p
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home the czar Issued the proclamation proclamationfreeing proclamationfreeing proclamationfreeing
freeing the serfs This resulted rcsultedln in great greatfinancial gre greatfinancial t ttlnanclalloss
financial tlnanclalloss loss to the princes father and andthe rindthe andthe
the old man became very bitte bltteragaihst bltteragaihstthe Jsamst Jsamstthe gainstthe
the reform Michael was enthusiastic enthusiasticin
in its support and the upshot of thematter the thematter thematterw
matter matterw was 1s a quarrel The young man manrenounced manrenounced manrenounced
renounced his title t1tIeand and came to Amer America Amerlea AmerIca ¬
ica He worked for a dollar a a day d y in InPhiladelphia a aPhiladelphia aPhiladelphia
Philadelphia machine shop until he had hadlearned hadleamedthe hailIeained
learned leamedthe the business busln ss and then went to toSouth toSouth toSouth
South America Thence he returned tf tfRussia t9 t9Russia > i
Russia under the name of JohnMagilL John MagiILf t i
BAZAARS ON THE RED SQUARE AT MOSCOW
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