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excited enthusiasm that hailed th thoverthrow the theoverthrow theOverthrow <
overthrow of the tyrant t rant and the ad advent adyent advent
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were placed at work ork paving th thstreets the thestreets thestreets <
streets prisons were thrown opeiand open openand openand
and there was a mild spasm of busi business business
ness revival in Caracas owing owln to th thinflux the theinflux theinflux <
influx of officeseekers and their de demands demands demands
mands on commerce Newspapers Newspaperssprang Newspaperssprang Newspaperssprang
sprang up like mushrooms and bab babbled babbled babbled
bled of the grand new era that was wainow wasnow
now In the full flush of a glorious gloriousdawn glorioujdawn glorioUdawn
dawn after the night of Castros op oppressive oppressive oppressive
pressive dominion dominionToday dominionTOday dominionToday
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ed The glorious colors of the dawn dawiare dawnare da D Dare
are turning to a sicklier tint tintThe tintThe tintThe
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ed and harmless under Castro have havreturned havereturned havereturned <
returned and are clamoring for theishare theirshare their theirshare
share of the profits of patriotism patriotismIn
In every evel direction the present administration ad administration administration
ministration is facing demands fo foprosperity for forprosperit forprosperity
prosperity graft and political prefer preferment preferment preferment
ment mentThe mentThe mentThe
The settlement of the Asphalt AsphalTrust AsphaltTrust AsphaltTrust
Trust claim has caused a serious seriouibreach seriousbrench seriousbreach
breach in the Gomez cabinet The ar ariTangement arrangement arrangement
rangement was procured by a scan scanmajority scant scantmajorit scantmajority
majority vote engineered by b Leopoldo LeopoldBaptists LeopoldoBaptista LeopoldoBaptista
Baptista the secretarygeneral The Thtrust Thetrust Thetrust <
trust pays pn s to the Venezuelan treasury
60000 as indemnity for eleven elevermonths elevenmonths elevenmonths
months of f a bloody campaign anc and andOOOO
20000 a year ear royalty for the privi privilege pridl privilege
lege l e of reoperating its concession concessionIt
It is rumored that a very much muchlarger muctlarger mucblarger
larger sum of money mone one more nearly nearljapproximating nearlapproximating nearlyapproximating
approximating the equities of the case caseis caseis caseis
is involved but that the governmenttreasury government governmenttreasury governmenttr
treasury tr tlsur will not receive it Two bid bidders bidders bidders
ders were in the field for the asphalt asphaltconcession asphaltconcession asphaltconcession
concession each unsuccessful though thougceach thougnI thougheach
each ch offer five times the accepted acceptedamount acceptedAmannt acceptedI
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amount amountAlcantara amonniAlcaittara i iAl
Alcantara Al llttara minister of the interior interiorand interiorand I Iaad
and a graduate of West Point acad academy 3cad1 3cad1m academy ¬
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phalt Trust but under the new ar arrangement arraD arranement ¬
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concession conce iOR Alcantara and Baptists Baptistsare Bal > tista tistaarf
are the leaders of opposing factions factionsin
in the cabinet the first to fall out outThe outThe outThe
The other four claimants on whose whosebehaK whosebehalf whosebehalf
behalf the United States governmenthas government
has presumably been interested dur during tIurIDe during ¬
ing the past four years of Castrosdomination Castros Castrosdomination Castrosdomioatlon
domination have not been so fortu fortunate fortuI fortuDate fortuhats ¬
I Date as the Alphalt Trust High Com Commiastoner CommtaioDer Commissioner
missioner Buchanan seems ems to have haveconcentrated bit haveooacentrated vo voCOIIe
concentrated COIIe rated his energies ener ies on the one onecorporation onecorporation onecorporation
corporation The others are very verymuch Yer Yermub verymuck
much disgruntled disgruntledThe
The representative of the French FrenchCable FrenchCabl FrenchCable
Cable Company has been received recei ed in inCaracas inaracas inCaracas
Caracas aracas with ith every eer mark of friendlyapproval friendly friendlyapproval friendlyapproal
approval It was as this company that thatwaa thatu thatMan
Man u thrown out by Castro on thecharge the tIleebarge thecharge
charge that its operators and lines dinesrcere lineswere Hnesere
were ere used in helping the revolution revolutionetfpottaed revolutiondpCHt revolutionespoused
espoused dpCHt ed by b the Asphalt TrustNewspapers Trust TrustNewspapers Trust1ewspapers
Newspapers that have discussed discussedpolitical discussedpolitical discussedpolitical
political and economic conditions conditionswith
with greatest freedom have been beenwanted beenwarned Jeenriled
wanted riled by the new n w regime It is apparrut ap apparent apparent ¬
parent that freedom of the press will willbe willbe willbe
be unrestrained only onl so long as it itcordially itlOrdaU itcordially
cordially lOrdaU approves of the administraUou administra
hon UouNo
No 0 imitator or successor has ap appeared appeare apgeared
geared peare for Gumersindo Rivas editor editorof
of 0 the extinct El Constitucional with withIts withIt withita
Its It fullsome flattery of the Castrcgovernment Castro Castroenuuent
government enuuent Gumersindo himself is isenjoying isejoying
enjoying life in Havana while in inCaracas inCaraea
Caracas his affairs are being g wound woundwp
I wp It by b creditors It was his laundry laundrystationery laundrytatlolter
stationery tatlolter store and printing office officethat officeII
that were ere the first objects of wrath of oilast oflast oflast
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last Decembers mobs They The were werecompletely wereietel werecompletely
completely ietel wrecked and the machiu machiuery
cry 7 carted ed through thro h the open streetswader streets streetsunder streetsder
under der the complaisant eye e e of o the new newgovernment IlewOerMMeltt
1goveraateut government governmentCastros OerMMelttCaBtros
Castros return is the subject sub t of olconsiderable ofe ofconsiderable
considerable e aslclerab interest not unmixedwith unmixed unmixedwith unmixedI
I with ltb apprehension It is doubtful doubtfulwhether doubtfulbftber doubtfulwheth
wheth whether he will land in Venezuela Venezuelaand
and considered likely like that he will willstop lUIi willstop
i stop at t Port of Spain Spdn Trinidad orsome or otsome oreome
some other West est Indian Indi city until untiltn ntfltbe
tn the present Venezuelan situation de develops deelopc ¬
yelps or crystalises crystalisesWhatever rystaliaeieer
l Whatever eer Castros representations representationsmay representationsImoY
f ImoY may be > as to his sole capacity as a aprivate aj aprtvate
j private ehueen rit En he is still a poten potential potent potential ¬
t tial factor in Venezuelan affairs affairsWith atralrsI affairs1Vtth
I With Itb present dissensions di sE sloas in the cab cabinet cabI cabiaet ¬
iaet aad among alDOll < < the political factionssrrd factions factionsuid
I uid d professional revolutionaries it is isinly isOGly isonly
only a question que tloli on of 0 time before theremast there thereinnot therebe
mast be a break With rIUt such an a t open opeung openIDe opentug
tug ng there will be a dosen eager e er patri patris patrIors
ors s in the field greedily eedU struggling stru 1ing for formpremacy forprec forsupreeuacy
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mpremacy supreeuacyThen mpremacyThen precTIleR
Then Castros friends believe his hisio bisDour hishour
Dour io r will ill come once more His parti partijaws partiSlUtS partisags
jaws by b whose aid he kept an Iron rronrip Ironrlp irongrip
grip rip on the country for the nine years yearsrf ears earsof
of rf his control are neither dead nor norcattered norscattered norscattered
scattered and nothing but a break in inhe inthe inthe
the present administration is needed neededo
to o again give them the opportunity opportunityo
to o become a factor in determining determininguture determiningfuture determiningfuture
future Venezuelan history historyCorres historyCorrespondent his toryCorrespondent Corres Corresondent
pondent ondent in New York World
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NATIONAL WATERWAYS COMMISSION COMMIS COMMISSION
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In the closing days d Y f of the th fast con congress congress congress
gress provision was made for a na natlonal national national
tional waterways commission to be becomposed beI becomposed becomposed I
composed oi twelve l members seven sevento seyento sevento
to be chosen from the membership of oithe ofthe ofthe
the house of representatives and live livefrom livefrom
from rom the senate The members ap appointed appointed appointed ¬ I
pointed by b the speaker of the house houseof
of representatives are Theo E Bur Burton Hurton Burton
ton of Ohio D E Alexander of New NewYork NewYork ew
York William Lorimer of Illinois FC F FC I IC
C Stevens of Minnesota I P Van Wanger Vanger Vanger
ger of Pennsylvania Penns lvania S M 1 Sparkman Sparkmanof
of Florida and John A Moon of Ten Tennessee Tennessee Tennessee >
nessee The following senators were wereappointed wereappointed wereappointed
appointed by the vice ice president J H HGallinger HGallinger HGallinger
Gallinger of New Hampshire S H HPiles HPiles HPiles
Piles of Washington William Alden AldenSmith AldenSmith AldenSmitb
Smith of Michigan F H Simmons of oiNorth ofNorth ofNorth
North Carolina and James P Clarke Clarkeof
of Arkansas ArkansasThis ArkansasThis ArkansasThis
This commission was established in inresponse inresponse inresponse
response to the very wide demand for foithe forthe forthe
the greater development of our wa waterways waterways Waterways
terways for which thenational the national rivers riversand riversand riversand
and harbors congress stands and with witha
a view to making recommendations recommendationsfor
for a policy which should be at the thesame thesame thesame
same time comprehensive and accom accomplish accomplish accomplish
plish too greatest results at the least leastcost leastcost leastcost
cost and with a view to the careful carefulselection carefulselection carefulselection
selection of the rivers and channels channelsto
to be improved improvedThis
This commission differs from the theinland theinland theinland
inland waterways commission creat created created created ¬
ed by President Roosevelt two years yearssince yearssince yearssince
since in several important particu particulars particulars
lars In the first place the inland inlandwaterways inlandwaterways inlandwaterways
waterways commission was appoint appointed ¬
ed and its duties defined in a letter letterof
of President Roosevelts without leg legislative legislative legislative ¬
islative sanction As a result their theirrecommendations theirrecommendations theirrecommendations
recommendations were made to the thepresident thepresident thepresident
president He transmitted them to tocongress tocongress tocongress
congress In a message and their in inrestigations inTestigations investigations
restigations and recommendations recommendationswhich
which were quite voluminous and em embraced embraced embraced ¬
braced a variety of subjects have havebeen havebeen havebeen
been published in book form Againthe Again Againthe Againthe
the inland waterways commission commissiontook
took into account irrigation water waterpower waterpower waterpower
power forest protection the clarifi clarification clarifiI clarification ¬
cation of waters as well as problems problemsof I I
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of navigation navigationThe
The national waterways commis commission commission commisI ¬
I sion to which reference has been beenmade beenmade beenmade
made has primarily to do with navi navigation navigation navigation ¬
gation giving only incidental atten attention attention attention ¬
tion to water power and other uses usesof usesof usesof
of water Thus in a way its scope scopeis
is very ver limited A more vital differ difference ditIerence lifterence ¬
ence exists however in the fact that thatits thatits
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its membership is made up from the thehouse thehouse thehouse
house and senate and all those who whobelong whobelong whobelong
belong were members of the sixtieth sixtiethcongress sixtiethcongress sixtiethcongress
congress and in accordance with a aprovision aprmision aprovision
provision of the statute are also alsomembers alsomembers alsomembers
members of the sixtyfirst congress congressTh congressThe congressThe
The < e national waterways commis commission commission commission ¬
sion was organized some days since sinceby sinceby sinceby
by the selection of Senator Theodore TheodoreE
E Burton of Ohio as chairman and andSenator andSenator andSenator
Senator J H Gallinger of New Hamp Hampshire Humpshire Hampshire ¬
shire as vice chairman Mr Burton Burtonwhen Burtonhen Burtonwhen
when hen chosen was a member of the thehouse thehouse tinehouse
house but is now a member of the thesenate thesenate thesenate
senate and thus both houses of con congress congress congress ¬
gress have an equal representation of ofsix ofsix ofsix
six members on the commission commissionThe
The law creating this body provid provided ¬
ed that they should engage necessary necessaryexperts necessarJexperts necessaryexperts
experts and clerical assistance and andmight andmight andmight
might call for the detail of officials officialsfrom oflicialsfrom officialsfrom
from the executive departments and andfor andfor andfor
for information required in the pros prosecution prosecution prosecution ¬
ecution of their work The law re requires requires requires ¬
quires them to make a preliminary preliminaryreport preliminaryreport preliminaryreport
report not later than January first
1910 so that their recommendations recommendationsmay
may ma be before congress when the thenext thenext thenext
next river and harbor bill is framed framedThe framedThe framedThe
The life of the commission is limit limited limited limited ¬
ed to two years ears and it is expected expectedthat
that a fullerand fuller and final report will be bemade bemade bemade
made at a later date perhaps in January Jan January JaIluar ¬
uary uar 1911 It is the intention of the themembers themembers themembers
members of the commission either eitheras
as a body bod or by a subcommittee to tovisit toI tovisit
visit waterways in the United States Statesand Statesand Statesand
I and in foreign countries as well It Itis Itis Itis
is not expected that they the will hear heardelegations heardelegations heardelegations
delegations advocating the improve improvement improvemel improvemen4 ¬
ment mel of specific streams and chan channels channels chainnels ¬
nels but that their attention will be begiven begiven begiven
given to general principles relating relatingto
to water transportation transl > ortation such as its itsrelation itsrelation itsrelation
relation to railway transportation transportationthe
the utilization of water power l > Oer the theprevention theprevention theprevention
prevention of floods and the protec protection protection protection ¬
tion of banks from erosion All of ofthese ofthese ofthese
these latter subjects however will willbe willbe i
be considered as incidents of the themain themain
I Imain
main problem which is to improve improveand
and develop navigation navigationDuring navigationDullng navigationDuring
During the coming comin summer most if ifnot itnot ifnot
not all the members will m visit certain certainwaterways certainwaterways I Iatera
waterways atera s in the United States and andEurope andEurope andEurope
Europe find it is probable also that thatsome thatsome thatsome
some attention will be paid to the ca camls canals canals
nals and other improvements improy wel1ts in Canada Can CanMla eanada
ada The committee or a subcommit subcommittee ¬
tee will visit in all probability the theSeine theSeIne theSeine
Seine the Rhine and the Manchester Manchesterhip ll1l1cheStership
ship > canal for the purpose of first firstand firstbantl firsthand
and investigation An appropriation appropriationof
of f 50000 was made to defray the th ex exenses expenses expenses
penses > enses of the commission commissionHealing commissionA
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The Pensacola Journal very truthfully truth truthfully tru1hfull ¬
fully full says that God helps those who whohelp whohelp whohelp
help themselves That no man is isplaced isplaced isplaced
placed upon the earth to simply hold holdhis holdhis holdhis
his hands and say nothing and do donothing donothing donothing
nothing That is it VVe must work workoven workeven workeven
even though we have to make bricks brickswithout brickswithout brickswithout
without straw Work work work workThat workThat workThat
That is the verdict and worker feels feelsbetter feelsbetter feelsbetter
better lives longer and is better than thanthe thanthe thanthe
the idler It is work that has adorn adorned ¬
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ually spiritually and materially materiallyWork materialljVork materiallyWork
Work is the great panacea It drives drivesaway drivesaway drivesaway
away care and makes time a pleasure pleasureinstead pleasureinstead pleasureinstead
instead of a drag dragOcala Ocala Banner BannerVery BannerVery BannerVery
Very true Bro Harris and very verybeautifully verybeautifull verybeautifully
beautifully expressed And did you youever youever youever
ever think of it the socalled curse cursein
in the garden of Eden when man manwas manwas manwas
was condemned to eat his bread in inthe inI
I the sweat of his brow was really the thegrandest theI
I grandest blessing ever bestowed upon uponhumanity uponI uponhumanityPensacola
I humanity humanitjPensacola Pensacola Journal JournalMr
Mr lr Ion L Farris member of the thelegislature thelegislature thelegislature
legislature from Jacksonville is a acandidate acandidate acandidate
candidate for speaker and says that thathe thathe thathe
he has almost enough enc ugh votes pledged pledgedto
to him to secure his election His Hisprincipal Hisprincipal Hisprincipal
principal opponents are Hon Syd L LCarter LCarter LCarter
Carter of Ahichua county and Hon HonJames HOllTames Honlames
James E Alexander of Volusia county coun county county ¬
ty Mr Farris is originally from fromOcala fromOcalaand rom romOcala
Ocala Ocalaand and his friends here would be bedelighted beI bedelighted
delighted to see him win in the high highhonor highhonor highhonor
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honor It is thought that Representa Representative Rel > resenta resentaI ¬
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enter the lists if there is a place for fora
a lark horse on the program programHerbert I II II I IHerbert
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