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Title: The sun
Uniform Title: sun
Sun (Jacksonville, Fla.)
Physical Description: 2 v. : ill. ;
Language: English
Publisher: Sun Co.
Place of Publication: Jacksonville Fla
Publication Date: September 15, 1906
Frequency: weekly
Subject: Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 18, 1905)-v. 3, no. 47 (Sept. 12, 1908).
Numbering Peculiarities: Published at Tallahassee, Fla., June 23-Sept. 12, 1908.
General Note: Claude L'Engle, editor.
General Note: "If it's right, we are for it."
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Volume ID: VID00045
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 33400104
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Other version: Morning sun (Tallahassee, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Dixie (Jacksonville, Fla.)

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S.ptanbSu~ Sf 1906

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b. UUIY.reIt!

Sthe sa u1sfton ox ofUmoUm .
During tae past summere O i
bha been very active la IN r muatl
Improvements, and already has ml es
o. now concrete and vitrified brick
pavements, nard streets and an up-t
date sewerage system nerinag corn
NletO la. In ,Oore
_o f$., .e eted.,
old one repaired and added to, nl or.
der to mpeet th nreasain demand
by now reld6nts.
Startingro th bowrt house and
waliftl dBst tar th&c distance of
qIu0 o, l6 0 qiz a beautiful
M f zW6idewalks, the
pounds ef th 4ew State UIvrW tY
are reached. Bituated on an undulat-
Ing tract of country, the two Impotsin
structures already completed Impesu
the visitor at once with the grander
of the undertaking and Its vital topor-
tance to the State at large. The
Board of Control, o l to lack t nf
eleat *wnre pablo to camy oft
eier aln$s 1 aMer but have aso.
omphd rawAnt of work In
teang abo ut aor et of
the 9e hundred a t$wenty4even
oomapl t entire rounds, O -
S pletl two t' t mmnse briop
tet-ur and rti, a number o.
smaller to be ue3
by the ai o uarn
iment tttlott aa s imo pu
Should the naxt latur be lib.
eral lo their ap Iti. t j e
Intention of tao b .to a
begin the erection of the mB l

library and'the oOfeaeof thehlghedr- p p ft the Coas.- prinepr o. h4?h i, h
altt y, ? |dit l f itary lp oInt"on, ith f ll =__Mj
The two buudling now reaey for oo.( Mrst Lieutaent Louis R. Ball of the aat Aertlflcate wll be Aoa
cupanoy are splendid stru6tures of 18th U. 8. Cavalry. The ml L
biw4k and msto these tor"es in4 s b11 e il -thNd of JannA.Wih
helht04 twohuidred feet Isg by with arms: equlpomtea ad Appl to_ ad i ry
izty wide. The interor are ar thig negarh the amet, a m r
rangel weith t e ofM the country i
aS to V= -aa awsu~uo^An..e, the season vw L
reoulred. las room M studies, offices and band the same- aeMij er lth mIt--
and me, arles, wIlm the dormtories p 'ost. Thoe wuii to prepare have as many as M00 udpeo-
above are moat convenient and oom. themselves or pursuit, tally tos this true as to students from
plete al rooms being well ventilated will Ud nador t of Prof. the souther part of the State ad the
and lghte by two* large windowPs. P ts i. it, tp western coast, as the enroment from
The y ondittos have beet acquire as exhauive e o theee polnti will be heavy
well looked after, and ila bulldlan these line. President ledd, who, with his famn
are supped4 with pre water from the No tuition fee is aqhd o pA ets I ly, to now permanently located on
city water works, and lighted by whoe home is In the tate bt all North Main Street .. Is very enth
eletricIty. The beautil wTde street others will be ohrged twen r dllar ad the remain projects
with hard paving, a the wide graip- per year.. A sttidents on entering for a number of students. and
olithio idealks ak the lo uon must pay a tltrauon fe of oive 4o1 Dr. te h able cooator, is Jub-
easily a weelbleon footor by vehicle larse per elonL Two dollars anad ",r Yuealon there
and at the me tim eI is far enough fifty cen"s per mnth secure a room to entered, while this
remvd from the bustle of the etty lights and heat In one of the doulto- se amber is variously e
re the reured luln. for re, andfor $10meals will be turn- 'tm 200 to 50. In Oalne*
lo thed In tke m This theIrtof improvementt .,ad
the e option of som mont a 4 velet p thorou a ed
aneoted with the xiW nt those who 0 not ae to relde In e thehq are m an ll they
which will be j re4itye and trel tId fro. It s eaa to fm o 0
Where it Is uati bdl a ow ated that te entire cot of a I t t day
Sle Of et ,. attendance will not eoeed $160. The m" le byV a *io.W-
pe l bnemn h or IDpaSWIMet ofNormal Inastratioe 3 from Wn,- .
ulldln at e at1y, and Is to will not be dispensed with as some a* S a IehIr de euemlll*
post for u Imagine but wil come under the tary amd SA

~. C11*e .The"W" of EStudyIn the for tAe vok*l
m e ti aeUe. .11--i Im
W~US~h~ ~ olutruisn Aof 5amt#Ataais
Fine Arts ass
At I i1aka** nameiv a-11- a oaa ZThaIs erting

U- ORRAPID"d a0o
the lortda 0 OoU<
Sooe of the l
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r-obae tha most Ieople
1 at liberal arts, with a pw
department and a shoel!
re. The present Oollege
em ia i end of depart
Sof tue entirely new In
eduaotl establishment,
have'bee mone the leeI

t rao. There is the rei
too e oL Uberal Arts, lea
t.e see of Baenelor of Art
of Science. This Is a
course. The School of
Art$ leads to the same

-Do th'- e -opera on all peoe In
_earet oft Ar t Inthe bettement o the of the
meo, ox xprempiLof t Stoe b toey A,
TI. i- or the b e, of the uninformed or rura.. In coreet of a m It
lgan aalrY*O ome of the dpaoMt- must be a .trgaclet e ain
S1 me"at ed In the Ieoein the general ecjw -ll
t lki re e lave Then. M s acboos. The rai. .ltr i s4o,
m to be Iaim tat the Colgem partnt laet ,prad Qat
Arts, thMat omk d ose d salaries opr
tre M sophomore, even before thw h i
Is "*e ad e sOW their d a .
a fat as abe a faeul- able staet be
U asL Sa t tU an Bouthers superatead m g E
o a& T eaa from all over the tate t
(onumo ^y.seaer, uan e eaodnatlonm halee to wecbre e f lor
School of Indue- schools from the thUeomd. tad
speially to At a even the Arst year aleas5.
or society. yars to 0ome thereWlbe a5
* tt ^? ha t Thts Introducea oe tad the lstitution th te wi
e f w t department of Plorndsa' be able to sap. The made. eDelent
S .lr Women. This department the teacher the better the somp
is'bost th"o0o10 equipped, first, lion, therefore i behooves all mA s
n elent teaber. and, second contemplate making teashi their
but i all of the aMoeMIary Implements life work, or even ther ocupaeon
suo. necessary for u date demonstra- for a few years, to obtain the best n-
uoes of the arts of cooking and sew sreaction. And In candor, TH SUN,
law ft. with the Information before It, can
dnlas The BShool for Teachers is oe o confAdently aseemrt that the very best
ad the stragest tIn the entire of laesttlon ca n be seed in the
tu departmet of the a aSchool for Teahers of the orlids
ln faculty composed of v ip
do. (l ripfexperlene" as

Department of Musde lnode Inetrho
tUon on plano, orga, v io l. ls.4
ct^tur, *sih taslngn, theory *
.cWetiSo tf m ie, harbmoy, and
In 8 aubjects that are taught tn
8fl1 ta musle seaservatories.

me ett of a raw

tant and s branch ot the
School of alne Arts a&d eaters oe-
Mp Ituo.u In tehigh eductim of
me sudants of etoh Colle
The calendar for the frn year
shows that. 04 mtudts were em~ll
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ONCE UPON a time a group of playful
simlan. were making the forest ring
with their gleeful chatterlngs In
ga, me that they were engapged In, The
noise they made disturbed the slum.
ben of a lion, who bent his steps in
the dream from which the,nolse came, and was
so much entertained by Ae Igame, that he yearned
t9 @are a the amusement. He called the mon.
=kOy down from the trees, to which they hod be-
t n themeelvee upon his approach, and said
tbake vaa their friend and well wisher and deo.
$r% to be treated as one o them. The monkeys
were very much flattered at this offer frmp the
kiR ofA beaats, and availed themselves of the op-
portunlty to get into such high lass company.
The 'me then started anew. After countlan
"Will, ym yTriable Toe/' one monkey was so-
lected as "t." He backed:up against a tree, held
out his np4 and d osed hibe eyea The other moa.
ke then paed front of him and eah In turn
struck, the palm of his hand. If the monkey who
bad his eye shut guessed which one of his com-
pealoIs had truck a blow, that one was "It," and
the wrong auepse and the right guesses, made
the game of fun and see When It came the
lion tun, h struck a blow, and the monkey who
wa" It," had no trouble In guessing correctly, at
once, who had struck him, but his hand
was badly battered by the lion's paw. The
other monkey, seela the fate of this one, didn't
want to be "I so they betook themselves to the
topmost broahel so the talleet treee, sattering
in every dIrection. and left the lion master of the
When certain Democrat piaylng the gate of
poldtie raw th e k fr of W. J. Bryan loom.
lIg up on the OONM VATIV political horison
they wore delghted that so ditb _ahe_ a chara -
toert. o eomapl fa Agu hould be willing to
take part In their game. It was amsa g to soe with
what eageness Goldbus Democrats and Conserv.
ative A t heo,. !g a lelang
Sames, si of Bryan
to their ranka"
When BrMyan wa Maway the eOonservatlve Demo.
orate press. such s the New York World and
the Loulsville ourlerJremal, ve much spaae
to the putting forth of the q-umlUatkms of Bryan
as a leader. That dear oomervatov TmeMs-
Union was In the frost rank of those who were
playing up Bryan. Prominent alnd dstingushed
Conservative Demorat, the country wid vied
with each other vin l prsto their
opinions that Bryan was tae man the hour.
When Bryan cae great was the o pourlag of
dtilse to give him welcome. Tralns bearing
delegations of Coomeervate Demowrats brought
their thousandstothe city rom al of the
country, and those thoands athered in a great

auditorium to hear the great leader, who they ex-
keynote of the coming campaign.
He delivered it all right and the scattering of
the crowd following the deliverance of that key
note, was no more prompt and unanimous than
was the scattering of the crowd of monkeys In the
forest when the king of beasts delivered his blow.
Bryan's enunbiation of his belief In the public
ownership of railroads scattered the Conservative
, Democrats like the cry of "Mad dog!" scatters a
holiday crowd In the streets of a city.
Senator Daniel of Virginia, who is the self-ap.
; pointed toner down of Tillman's outbreaks lan'the.
Senate, entered his protest against Mr.' Bryan's
declaration for public ownership of raillroads.-
Senator Bailey, whom a well known literary bu'
reau In Washington was grooming for the Demo.
cratic Presidential nomination until it had to
quit on account of the rise of the Bryan senti-
ment, was so mad that he left the hall before Mr.
Bryan tanshed speaking. Mr. John Sharpe Wil-
liams, the leader of the National House minority,
who doesn't lead at all, thinks "It is too bad that
Mr. Bryan should have said .that." Colonel
Henry Watterson devoted more than three col-
umns of his Conservative Democratic newspaper
to the casting out of this latest Bryan heresy.
And so it goes. Cleveland Democrats and Ryan
Democrats and Belmont Democrats and Taggat
Democrats and Parker Democrats and "Buens"
Democrats and Conservative Debomrats, are all
up In arms against what they the folly of
Bryan's public ownership of rdiatoa declara-
The truth of the matter Is that Mr. br0a'1 do.
claration carried nothing with it ex a ,aee-
tion a to what MIGHT be a good thln the,
Democrats to take up BOMB TIME. He did not
say that It should be written n the next platform.
but he gave it as something for the Deserats to
think about
The trouble with the Democrat party,
managed by the old time leaders, suc as W11.
lams.Bailey. Daniel, Watterson, is that It IsTOO
TIMID TO LEAD when the country demands
POSITIVE LEADERSHIP. It has 'had to ',ew
doctrine, that appealed to the people, Mas ha
dall put forth the one of tariff for revnue Te
reason the Democracy failed In 18Mr and In IN
was that Its leaders were afraid of the new .Ms
which Bryan gave them.
I never was a believer In the deootrtne of 1 to 1
but on the other hand I was not eMe ctho Who
thought that the country would gto tohe dosIf
Bryan was elected as that plt The tors f
of this doctrine wre very much megm. sa
Bryan had been elected in Is a I N Ip
the country WOULD HAVE GONE ON PA-

PERING JUST THE BAME, because the eternal
principle of common sense can always be relied
uopn to adjust the balance that fanaticism is lia-
ble to misplace.
Thene corporations have b oome so powerful
that they will absoltelyW bn the country, unless
the country shall Own themt fir The Democrats
zay a well fae th s taIue moe; as four years, or
eight years hende, bee e e0OME time in the
near future the country' hl1 nt only got to face
It but to solve it, and it Vould be good for the
Democratle party If It shoEld take the lead.
In the meantime It la tuag to watch the
squirms and struggle of the Conservative Dem-
ocrats of the Bailey and Dalel type, in trying to
keep from getting on the "blIk books" of the big
men who own thel, being classed
with Bryan since his ao Square Garden
Late advices from Harmilton County cause me
to Indulge the hope 'that the t imay be that zest,
vigor and vim thrown Into the contest for Presit
dent of the Senate that always proVuces good re-
sults to the people. WheM an' oce goes
ging, the chance are that the people will not get
the best servlee but when there is a lively con-
test for It, the best mas always wins and the
people are entitled to he best ma. State Sena-
tor P1rank Adams, Who ha weleMed the senatorial
Save so wisely and well In e s pat, permitted
hliMelf toM syO at l age, tat he had not yet
decided to refuse to name to be consid-
erd for Presldent of the Meadte, but that he
would wait a while and see If 6 httlons develop
ed a call for him to of hMnelf ftor this position.
Mr. Adams ha d bee prevmly reported as say-
nag that he would n8 be a candidate for Presi-
amt0 a the Seaften ad his ftrieMsd will no doubt
lly ecelve the ewS that I am able to give
them this wk, which that Mr. Adams NAY
be a candidate, Tlhe nwt which I got goes o0
to eay that Mr. Adaus ld noi put off decl.ting
very loge. but weold make up hsmind within a
few weeks and annomnee his defla intention.
Senator John H. ,eOdeuom of Leon County
Mid to me last week that e would not make an
aneuamemeat of hibe andiday Ior. Presidentt of
the eatem unl later In the fall, if at all. He
at$f the e ar gttn n fr the opening
of' toe alland winter btut ein d at want to
be bthertd with sther pedtl dontet yet
awhile. He o W* that Seator Hiit Harris, the
only avowed adate preat, has secured all
That he will la w and that
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Of Dinf o ayur dear, e
And treat your friends so 8 M0 t'5
i Whe tiax"

\ the^^^ loago oer." p
Our hearts are sad, a'f StW

I, i \r B R ma' -Invited the bhoy to raymlmber .We're a 10 ti oath ,wea*
TUN. 5 O and thu S As\tlW~tt& ords we aan: %
SAlso, lethe harp thot wane _
LM Ogi, It hro' Taen's halls." the money thot Chorus.
talked th, I l silent now, adhit and Tkobhak the "on" thou gaveth. w
Slet the.; Ut'r'y Bureau Is now a Take It back, Jaok, we Mr.
thm I v the past. Give us the dough we oraveth, t
'u s nothing' lolke the auld tolmes We cannot live on ha y.
Sphilethot Bureau lasted, but 'twus We swear that we'll vote like you
i:olke the vBeT an'atouch I Provide ybU1 sUthat day.
the price Iva goblet iv beer. But You know what we lack,
,, now re thot's gone. Phat anO rl h 11 ke t back, Jack.
S pollyhua lolke mellf is goln~t dS 'Take oack those words, for they sting.
SPOt8-"W b w ft the Le4sislathure meets I dannah.
9V W fa, ab. Ppl b 6 01 saW the "Nothin' Doin' 01 hov sint these touch' worraud
Vth !r s nailed on the dure IT the rooms to me frian' Choate (hard C Ifyeiplase)
The .i .tl formerly occupied by Choate (the 0 li an' asked him to "Digest" thi, sand
pot e ond pioed hard, not soft) 01 wud thin set tbhIm to mulsi an' as soon as
Ilke the Iy an Olh bulliit had nbtthot's done Olm joludto call Maejr
cowld la br Iv beer wi S. .of it bBor animal 01 mor se 01, Healey ftblm baytweo the plow han, 0
a dhry twn, as v the a "Well, Shoat l th.e ho.,"1 dies, here ne his agen hid himstlft
busy avenoos iv thtmde t nht As you probably know, Doothe learn him the son- and see It he an'
booMe bhitl y with d1vii' haast uangle'as on Jack was the mnat guy me can't opin this Jak put.
v gittln h dla paceT honey In Iv tahs bureau% 4a0ds overOome was Before 01 lose, Spotts, Me dear, 01'
'em. z .el dout t h.. h 01 whin 01 read those rool, erool will enter me prott aMaIt the oa.
good auld dais in the .ll6lp wurds naheo on thot dure, thot 01 warranted use Iv me ns by ome IT
tolght, an; t0 tootokf .1 wlAt to me hall bedroom, pulled out the newspapers iv this State, h an
folght, ant trw Talylyhno-Uro (tf me heoraeair thrunk, put t feermint owdaIlous attempt to suppresss e ,,
thot at s the rolht Way to spel ut, me wash stand, and takin' me pin lI fame as a literary man. 'Frank Harris
O111 never th ny ore) ht, r me hand. wrote this sad refrain, whih an' Tom Appleyard are the wane 01 re
the Unilted 8,ts innlturship. 'sy, me rin' Prank oaough has translated for to, no I. Did ye IVer In all the
raymimberin' thim, 1Will be aly to lnto Sngliah. Lidten I days Iv your alsy gaa' loite say steoh
you to raycal the dlfferot kinds Iv an exhibtshun Iv jeawoUTa7
money there was then lying around' Me bonnie black*eyed Jackie boy, But phat do ye supphboe happlned
loose, jlt achln' to be annxed. You've given us the aek. to me the other day? Ye know thot
Thin, It's an aliy fate Iv memory for No longer can we have the joy 01 Alway rayoelve me plnahun oet -
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Thinks by

the Brethren
The antldrstnage papers began
their bombardment of Broward too
soon. Tney "had him goint" for
awhile, bdt hil poeltion grows strong-
er all the time, and the ammunition
of the enemy is about exhausted.
That news-bureau fake s still at work,
supplied with the "noeMoowy" by the
"Interests," and still lnids newspapers
In nPorida ready and wllng to print
Its Stuff at, so much per column-as
editorials,or "stralghnt matter."-Mon-
ticello New.
SInoular Siliene.
Recently the Manatee county pal
pers came ott with sose Tvey large
bead-tlles about the eoneration of
John A. Graham. Mentime, Claude
,Bangle 'has published an editorial In
which he ea is Mr. Graham about all
the names le can n In print, and delSes
Graham to sue him for libel or any.
tuing elte. We looked over the nxt
Issue of the Manate6 papen to see It
one or more o0 them would not have
something pretty strong a ianst eith-
er L'Engle or Graham.
Not one of them has peeped about
HE SUN or G0 The Td
own Herald has-z | l J etna
galat Independe
ealty, and the MaaatWeU eI i
paragraph from the True Dmocrat,
Without comment.
We expected the Manatee papers
would say sometin thi
Either for or a ainsthe whOtW
ns Graham teedved, but the Idea of
dread sileneo when a aa had been
ttaeked, who was coidred it to
present MAate In l the le
a somethln beyond u. We under-
d Humpnhe of the Journal hab
to Tanab s and seen LBngle
a oy yet baa "MsthIs to say.
mny t saee In Manstatee?-Amet
an Eagle.
Pair Play,
When a nwpape W i the p l-
*n of the TWmeUn aW depend on
llberatdey eeotvel d.a
to MArOte it 4ow A -ato the

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The Timea*enles has been penta*
ent In stating that Governor BrOward.
15 his 3verglades drainage soeemae,
Nho been "orka Iin the dark," tiAor
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aville as as-
eaogIege Ch Bould pub.
Ik it, Im5.... by the
luber'@ *sMiu buge1e 13 n tckesftville to W.
' 9r,0i i of e ity 0 soll of Jack-
edlsteat copy eat to the Board of
samleas taltng tthis petition
Wai e dm of thA lambe Sen of Jacksonville
Y U N. VO p-~elpt of It THE SUN Invl-
.t 411610 41t1 "ei 6 lUeD likely to arise an-
dae Ote #o 4 out of th ord@es of the railroads
stutd hwobaaSe charges, with the view to
further eamghtemlng the people a to the true
oedlotaexisting In Jacksonville.
SPull text of communication:
JtoksdIville, Sept. 3, 1906.
Mr. W. H Ba ,er
Prw". R O|iml .
Dear SW4We" lumbermen of
the city of Jckonlq1, beg to qall your at.-
tention to the statement, and we ask
your aslstagee to veledy this- condition, which
will work *a on the lumber shippers of
this OpKrt4 0alT siness to this city:
On ebo Air Line Railway
9 of hane In wartage and storage
f- tI 91L l-o-1st-on lumber, which
a s eUte bUness prohibitive. Hereto.
flre a chrge of 15 ceat per thousand feet, whieh
arse l In eeffet ih BrMswiok and U aanakh,
arried with it an average storage of thirty days,.
Sa tiue inning from ten to sixty days en the
whole order. Underthe new ruling of the Bea.
board Air Use Railway the charge will be 26
ents per thousand for 73 hours, 70 cents tor the
sUoWeeding thirty days, or fraction thereel, and 76
cents per t ouspod more for each succeeding thir-
ty days, or fraction thereof. This makes a total
of $1.45 per thousand over previous charges,
which we. declare to be unjust and prohibitive,
giving as our reason the following, vis: The
Clyde C" will not,.ave lumber as fast as
delivered to thea, sand thia neooltate it staying
on the dock. The railroads! dw not furnish cars
to the MIli regularly so that the mills can make
shlpse, of the orders In time aas seed. These
twoe t spetaUon au oles, under ese adverse
oudclosa to the hipper, make it Imposslle for
&.ma to 5ir Into comptve buseees from this
rt ,a a addition are approxiiatin
per madd a Wsr a o .theports whh
i to thea e orts
Farther tlormatlc will say that one ship.
er has O p bda e here entirely, and on
B another lpper ordered two cargoes sent
to father port, and some of this lumber wavs
aready en ears here Another bippel has
,hai t Inastrotln en ovei two million Ito i
the pat two weeks, after hearing of the following
hanS i ail dock rate here. Another sapper
aa dhred at last a million feet of lumber to
Brawlon which waa e.ilInally Intende4 tor
Jaekkonile shipb ent Thits ahlpper aleo states
that he is tow 'ing Brunawiek preferane en all
steNaier lMet whenever It is possible ftor him
to buy e Brunswk delivery, where he has
herettore given Jacksoaville preference.
The Atlantte Coast Una Railway and the t.
Jodsa iver Terminal Co. advise that the shopper
will hve to lease their docksfor a sated tlt e at
a mina u of one cent per square foot per a h,
and that it aay lumber passes over their docks ti

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Jacdmavfileto Enivickk

and sawmaui

The Clyde Line Is the C(f CAtAe

Of Trouble

excess of a basis of 25 cents per thousand, count-
ing the monthly rental, that an additional oassas
ment of 25 cents per thousand will also be charged
for Mnat excess. Again, they will not coaut the
average of the year's business, but make iMch
month separate, and you are well aware that the
uelays of sailing vessels make It so that we cannot
be sure of any date of arrival of vessels, and In as
much as the railroads will not furalsh ears to
move the lumber from the mills and let us- ohartr
a vessel in anticipation of being able to get the
lumber to vessel In time to prevent demrrase.
We also call your attention to the fact that 75 per
cent of Florida timber makes sales 10 inches and
under, and it would be impossible to sound these
small sixes to market under such discriminating
charges, and It would compel the mill ntea to
leave a very large per cent of their stumpage i
the woods, because they could ngt afford to masu*
facture it at about $1.50 per thousand less than
the market values to other sections, and which
sections, without exceptions, havr dboided advant-
ages in both rail and sall rates over Florida, as
well as this added discrimination. These arbi-
trary charges, we affirm, are driving business from
this port, and will let other cities reap the benefit
of this business, which rightfully belongs to Ja k-
As to other data we attach hereto copy of the
Seaboard Air Line Railway notice under date of
Aug 4th, ant which was mailed to reach u Aug.
We ask your most careful investigation and In-
fluence to secure relief of these conditions. Rea
ss y ubntted,
Sig p. Dester Hunter; Joe King, Jr. Co.; Ooala
Pius Co., by 8. D. Ravenel, SBec.; Standard Cy*
press Co.. by Arthur Meigs, Prim.; ast Coast
Lumber Co., by P. W. bucky, Agt; Jacksonville
Lumber Co., by PFW Bucky; Cha. 8. Hreh :&
Co., by W. B. Oullett, Agt.; Eppnger a RueUll
Co., by G. D. Gay, Agt.; B. 0. Phnney; Cooney,
Mcketetn & Co., by J. .L Page, At.; Basign Lume
ber Ce., by J. W. Hyde, Mgr;. Dosler Lumber Co.,
by W. B. Dozaler, Secy. Treas.; Southern Pine
Co., by Wm. M. Mason; Orange W Lewis, by G.
H May: Robert R. BlSer Co., by Saml. A. 81err,
V. P.; 0. 8. Bater & Co, by W. Frasier Jones;
Bliss A VanAuke, by F. B.. Wsmer.
It to claimed that a large percentage of the
blame hor to conested ontions of the terml.
sals at Jacksonville can be aid to the Clyde Une,
for theI eason that a large proportion of the lum.
ber on the ars and on llchtens now at Jackson.
ville is for shipment via Clyde Lne and It the

their himber ha i without break.
age, ,d4ma' e. claimed that
there will alw" s in Jackson.
ville until t he ly its service, or
until there is e, or until
the luber d' u.Ig to a great ex-
It alol appears tht A 'Ua6 has nowhere
near' adequate dot sae the amount of lum
ber it Is trying to handle. It further appears
that the lumber men have not provided them.
selves with adequate dock space to handle the
business they are attempting. In no other busi.
ness than that of lumber, does themerchant ex.
pect the railroads to furnish- s warehouse
room for their shipments and it l unreasonable
to ask.that they furnish oaks for lumber deal.
erO. N is true that tala e poorly equip.
ped th handling the ; 9tume of business
but, to give the rail 4he, they should
, not be expect toI elitles.
The foregot iis t has gathered
from its req from the lumber
deal and Is f l Is worth.
It i been re ,e y t Mtropolis of Jack.
sonville that there Wble slump in
the pribe of lumber t true. The de
Mnand tor lumber nahasf brisk for the
past two months, bt Idoks favorable
or at least anaverage The small
lumber manufacturers ar, better condil
tion than they have ever and a great
many prefer shutting down temporarily rather
than resorting to price cat ia order to secure
There is no denying tg e thM the conditions
In Jacksonville are t unless a remedy
is effected soon the o I to that port
will be well nglh 1A naabl attempt to
figure te loss to tState by rea-
son of this coneston Ins in Jackson
ville would be futile. I, incalculable
at ra up into fgum to which the
cost of miles of no nla Jacksonville
Would be Insignifiant.


T T'RH courtey of a subscriber Ws
lives tI Lee Cout and who, like iM
of tSe ether e livings Lee Oomi
t, or aa ea daa. THN
N la laebtbdora copy o the
bee-Untoa dated 'ieday. Ntwe
ber 1it. IO. At t ,t dat Nape B3. rewarM
was a candidate for QrenmO of Forida a-nt the
TimeuNueis had bul t, thought a ime
around "OuW Bobs" pr;e*epa that
tha waste ha e hgh t bull
Tho TlumsUnmt167 ,, like amaa| s
ad61dhoy of Napolou R Bo te et
optal an filibusterer, a oi It U ,Y i
ed that that joke would, by the
pesomunay at Napo.leon 3. wr ad hi
abttpy to eeavU o the peopledo f .e
tused Into a uiaty
Coesiderg theeorb, the canftay o apto.

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W the Union Army received Its check at Oluatee, and was turned
_Ita marnh Of Invasiom n tbie State. great numbers of prisoners fell
-ii bands. ofthe Qodd tedates *
S we a ongloesr S of Vpol ota ,ores of them being mercen-
witW h o feu w Eagliah wo. r oa their palsted tongues.
S3. knew aotbiag ot the caum of the war. They fought because they
were todal2ht0 l eW odb u Ke W140 PUT MONEY INTO THEIR
Nhmaeh menw were held a de ed contempt by the patriots in both
a lsea, but wee partoularl loathed and :despled by the Confederates,
w1o% a counterr they wer streayldn ad whase relatives and friends they
wee kilullin beeauot e their LUSTIOR MONEY.
aWhe rto M m luo t for ney proI pts :ilroe d directors, many of them
orlendgr aaUdA pi O HM T 4jNONRESIDENTS, to an utter disregard of
Tb .'4al property of the rsstle of this State, I cannot see that they
weay,4tter than athe OTHERKiI69 FOR REVENUE ONLY, who
wa-aaptured at Olusten In '6.
Wslatts about the rotten condition of the roadbed and equipment of
tabe halotte Harbor division of the A. C. L. continue to come in to the Rail-
road oomm 0ie2 o00e.
SOneport l, that there were three three wreck in one week on this divis-
ion, which has only 18 miles of main line, and no week passes without its
repe of an accident or, mishap.
S That noe of these late acoidentsa have reaulted In death is due to the
mer of od, not to the precautions of the directors taken to prevent them.
.T eralla are worn out, the croaties are rotten, the bridges shaky, the
rdbed full of holes and the oars are At only'for the scrap pile.
People who are compiled to ride over that road take their lives In their
hand, every time they do It, for-
art, the financial returns from this trail of the grim reaper, ARE VERY
I fact they are EXTRA GOOD, and when the directors, foreigners and
nowesidents alike, qcan them, a feeling of satisfaction hits the vest pocket
of every man In the layout, that reports of wrecks are as powerless to ds-
trb, a are the walls of the liot souls unavailing agalint the gates of
Yet the people whose goods are delayed and destroyed and whose lives
Are endangered and loet on that road, BUILT BVERY FOOT OF IT by
rt of land, and pay enough every tear In freight and passenger tolls to
keep It in l fst cans condition, and leate enough besides for handsome divi-
dends on several bnels of watered stock.
By a strange anomaly tane Railroad Commiulon, which has power to
restore to a paener a LOST HAND MAG, or its equivalent in cash-,
HAND BAG, by compelling the directors, foreign and non-resident, to fix
the track and provide a safe rolling took.
Great are the people I
Mainly About Dodoi.
Zoologists tell us that the Dodo has been extinct three million three hun-
dred sat odd thouSand years. I forget the exact figures.
We know very little about the Dodo, but this doesn't really matter.
There one thing about the Dodo that everybody knows.
e D wa&a serious bird. He never laughed.
b*, 'Was not his fault. His mirthless span of life may have
een to hi environment
e ae 5.wa a joyless age.
Save e uny thing didn't begin to happen until the millionth

W 6,1mtht the Innlotion of the d -e9'Puly does
I have obiged to di with Mr. Wolfe ;so te I am to

Fatsand res are be d his state
,The 4 6 ve 0 states in tis country a wicbte 46t ni ty .is not
iatict aS11thb reports of capital Orimenf trOn thmw ti. PWar .mot
favorably with those of the rwn lng forty one. .,. t
Maine has tried It both waysPd afr4 th t et lor to.parl.
on r Itnew of. Maine steetiAow l d r f0 )"I t..
I take the following from Tho. B Pi Zto the
Over or of Misourl who Ms afatetd the 4 subject t
"he death peMlty w abolishedd in MaineWo18.. .*was re-
enacted for the crime of murder alone. In 1885, just .w*o later, the
Goverqr oa Mainse, 1,Is message, referring to the deethp Ity, rem ked
that dte thadb unusual number of oold-bloodeptid ththi the
State during the two years last past,' and that the cha0 in," i law relat.

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got for beiog previous.
(Everything comes to him who knows
know how.) If he had put off his fare-

well tour until this week-
A e t something I could show him that would cause him to make a
graveyard full of hyena's look like a convention of Quakers.
would show him an editorial in the Times-Union slow-rating the Gov-
ero for tryIng to build a political machine. -
If that didn't make the Dodo laugh, I'd quit feeling sorry for him.
But it would. I know it would.
Jut think a minute I
The TlU jumptng on a man because, it SAYS he is trying to build a
political machbie.
Now think again I
And youll recall what the T-U ist "evoluted" from.
Andd Nse where I'd catch that Dodo on the funny bone.
The Union bought by C. Hi. Jones and made Into a political machine.
The Timea established by Varnum to break down Jones political ma-
The Time-Union consolidated by John Stockton for his political ma-
The Citln established by lagler, Plant and the F. C. & P. to break
down Stookton's political machine.
The TimeeUnion and Citisen consolidated by the three railroads solely
as a political machine after they squeezed Stockton out.
Md, there you are
What's that?
Well, the Devil did once reprove ain, but he was ashamed of it after.
And the Dodo.
Oh I well he's dead.
Don't laugh He can't help it.
Neither can the T.U.
Editor Jordan asks what Is to become of the money to be derived from
State lands after they are reclaimed and sold by the Trustees. Other paprer
have quoted him and play like thia is a yatery. It's dead easy. The
schools will get the money remaining aft. M1Ie and reclamation is paid
for out of the fund. For the Constiutin piov4des. Sectl 12. that twenty.
8ve per eant of the sales of public lands shall go to the school fund, and
re than *eventy-five per cent of the public lands have been dlsposed of.

- a W, the Mo, gave Nelson, the white man a terrible beating.
S I-- it. Any white man who pts himaet a any kind of equality
o dmesrves all the diagrae he gets.

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bIga uI n
0l to murder had not aforded the protect AntOIDAO4 ,.TWq.yeaz ateI
in 1887, the death penalty was 14Fn aga.l l-,ed,and--iviliei. t h Mn s,
to the effect that the sentiment of the ople1 ofhA =
against capital punishment that there is little likelihood td
alty will ever be re-established there. The gesera teneny L9 A
legislation In now and for some time past has been, unqueton abysganst
capital punishment.", ,.al "
It is ot the severity of the punishment that dimia s er'---e but the
certainty of it.OUTt
Murders are more numerous in Turkey, where the death, -, ,i ,
flicted with barbaric torture, than in Italy. where it is not.ladCte147t .
I have seen of late, several hundred pounda of type metal emed to.ez,
plain why lynching ft ows the oomuis on of a certan rmt. Why dishes
this matter? It tS soand a for .T.
sensible thing to do It to accept it itasan entmtbcp$ t p
about it, sae It freo piomi noe. *a* .U
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Railroads Won't Oet, Lade.

Trteee Obligated to Aot.

LdAw. I ero's Cei

Add Lande to Tax Lkt.


I take the liber of s uetl g yor r uosid-
eration the t that I mad tMng an this the
contention of Mr. Beard and otlis, that the rail
roa'~,d1 get the lands, for the ke'of argument
only, In order that I might answer your quetlon;
but I do set admits nor do others Who have studied
this pope altio aal that the Wallroads will get
lea las. b -The Supreme Co*t- decisions set
,athe ,0th, 15th and 16th lorida show con.
y that' the Trustees havo the sale title to
thelm dsa td that they must drain them. The
itTrvw ee .ve taken the poItion that the
ii,,tre M ao right to grant other than the
aw seteee4os within the sit-mile lmit of the
prnpsee lis0 of railroads to W*om these grants
weoe me, The ualiroads thebMselves have in.
variably reeegulued the Trustqes' right to deed
a bawe at listed on priority? of their grants,
b have been willlato take whatever the True.
te have bee willing to glve them. So weak
da tey a.kno wledged their Iosltion to be that
they are nw, every one of then$ trying to make a
oanrumlDee with the Trustees, and no suit now
oeadil whleb seeks to comP4 the Trustees to
deed these lands, i being pused by the rail.
roade Os the contrary they h*v dodged the Is.
ue emea tlUe it was tn danger beinl Joined.
Te ,Sueip e Coeurt of a Sta orecognised by
the Uiatd. State Courts as t ip tribunal
to laterpret Stale laws, ana n a will be
made by the United States Co to the
howage( a the State Supreme fo a th Su-
pre* 0owurt f the State of Flo da h lavariably
held at the title s in the eesan that they
mat agreeto dee the lands be the legislative
granto to raeirods can be perfected Into titles.

Coenetitutonal Provision.

I tivite your attention also to Article XII of the
Costltutlon of the State of lnlotda, in which this
la a is used: so
M .4A. The State school ,und, the Interest
of wl itsh)be esolusively applied to the sup-
pet pan maintenance of public tree schools, shall
be dermved frm the following sources:
"The procads of all lands tat have been or
mwomt W be swated to State by the
4State" for public soh purposes.
.Domatloes to the State when the purpose Is not
s by the State.
'Tm 9pmoeds of emeoated propty or Sfortl.
oW Yve Wper cent. of the s les of public
land O ar nw er may hereafter be owned
by tho Stat.N
Plea e th at the last senteae reads that 25
peWr et of the eal ct public lands which are
m sa' t ReasftN be owned by the State shall
ia to te oeool funa.

if Everything Ela Falla

: Mo V all other earmaces f if the Supreme
Omut of the State o norida should decide In
vwer of the railroad, If the United States Oourts
*pI0d ,ane lfA e tvof the railroads a complete
abys TUTrtees to the demands of the
, eor a 0deed to the
.(mn s q w eMaknhlnattua 4g0a

the people because the tleot, lto e is still vested
in the Trustees tfrh which thw, hve not part ed,
would be aM follows: '. A, .
The public lands o,. slatl twenty million
acres, in round 4 e million acres
have been givent- .W remain but
three millo9 acres. M d- Section 4 of Article
XII of the Constitutim thlethree million acres
belong to the school fd a* Mk school fund has
a claim on the granted% u II million acres
more, unoonstitlot* 1WtA them, because
twenty4ve pfe )i tMw. l|Uon acres is
five million asore
I have the IHo*n air, to be,. # M rat respect,
very truly t ARD.

Engineer N'#

Talr M rainage

N O LESS an aan .Mr. James E.
Florida last Co., is (quot-
ed u # aying thati_ NW..Newman is
one of the most lgineers lie
"ass ever bad oe"l0nt .~with, and as
far as knowledge Of condltlqis lla t.e Everglades
is concerned Mr. Ihpw ham umees him ahead
of all other englses. ,
Mr. Newman wa e, vItr t the State capital
last week pad whp -akl edbyl a representative of
THE SUN to talk asout d:
"I will give you the of my connection
with the Everglades frst .
"In 1893 I ot a s B. Plantto
'survey a line from aiami. Mr.
James E. Inraham, the South
Florida Railroad, o railroads,
accompanied me one were nine-
teen days crosain d we may be
said to have been the excellence
orably q that he or-
ga t a smade all sorts of
l to rai the State, promise*
S t dra. the them lern the cultivation
"That this ed tbihe 4 ility of
drainage to Mr. I gra ct is well
known. My idea ttheni t t to the Miami
River at the rapt&^ aftewa-ds, studying
the subject careful, I there was too
much rock near the Miami d after a
careful survey I. where the
Eastern rim of the b.asmm J m ae, Is only
about three miles of o ron t -i t I selected
for the Tmrtees of the ll Improvement
Fund as an ostit for t I made this
survey for the Truste ~f'. er and De-
cember, 1906.
"I have no idea what e some people to
think that the drainage of th vT*glade is so
dieuait a tash-Mwm deuele i1
Involved. Some n a mcut be done.
of course, but the tO cut through
this rock east rim and ta ut a many
ditches as the farmerwh otally use the
land, may need.
"After this survey tor T tees I superin
tended the building of. a d, them. This
Amdc*Iss watgorkaSS^ o excellent
work. Uulpa out te e of ex
p W4losivoe. ij of this
proposition sduhave the work
the rocky rim will drathe
comm0 3oe a m rim the
dredge will d ake raJ he land on
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ggA ..-i& p anwd a notebook, kon- .Wa before.m
S h e f ,um bwe they Vift 'I she first came to Paki*
si WOmW n was, *ourse, only lU town Maijsa would have soorned such
SU ..! aad sometimess made mistakes; work as this. She was in another
b JW wten tis ha ed there was no re canning factory, and her work was to
d ^g(** V an = 310 13 0t got eB Strim the meat of those diseased cattle
on4 on th7a "w1 had e .m o U hbad that Jursgs had been told about not
1to ike the .et It. But Martja long before. She wasshut up in one
WiA l4 did o4t 4 aderstad thiU, and made a of the rooms where the people seldom
e s! r Maria's disturbance saw the daylight; beneath her were
1 O ,Wwm!ith did t meam anythlam, and while as the chilling rooms, where the meat
d ',"0 0U54 Mad ly known Uthuanltand Pol0 was frozen, and above her were the
tm Alyni n Off5i h ad 403W SO ha3MoA-r the cooking rooms, and so she stood on
NOW JS0Igoj' ,O P pople eoly laughed at hef and made an too cold floor, while her head was
Sene td aio o pyr tap no w b often so hot toat she could scarcely
Sthe d. wa owaM e am Bta noew I a was able to call breathe.
b ,e m w. sash s Ina nd sh e m ot the ~Trm beef of the bodeby the
,S e nul U Y Prob omadebthel md M toa l hundron weightw while standing up
t 4 o a Ie. m th malde mistake on 'purprom early morning till late at night,
a at wo u od. ht, a- that; atm any.t -sheamaethem. h-eavy boots on and the floor
S- -te ...a. a .. t h S tird t7ime h M always damp and full of puddles, Ia
aendwl : O:ththirddo'sRe h e ttw arphSS ble to be thrown out of work Indeft-
ani ae e a Sall mAttr M to them sto ad, whena ntely because of a slackening in the
wni*t e 3 no stiftSlS Sthere, t o trade, liable again to be kept over-
g-- w0odUoeteIL ,t- -- time in rush seasons, and be worked
tt -nn the Hspelatead at ad h would ost nor grip on her slippery knife, and
wit tmus 1w' thOe s abosu it, which Mar&a took o gave herself a poisoned wound-that
dameep .& wee rqsonsi^le.S m-0 es that she was- goin to *et her
oe0at1 Ia tpIwlth peShotOeOatb Oe After waiting three days she
e*~r *bev^,e~~^ ,west to so the supeiatendent
? nino.Le o This time the man frowned, and said
there that he had notdU time to attend to
s tT,7 0It; and when Maflia, against the .ad- m
,A a ne ad warning of every one, tried ior-thal J
!oB4mB orW .it Mw41 he rwiored her bask to
aw wl her work in a passion.
a, y hoped the Just iow things happened after that
oP IS tSl MarVl wa s not sure, but that after-
o- p; thelasdy told her that her T
orves tould wot be any longer re.
ladd osntaIlnto en more mdm o4th. wM. Or for Gener
0 lakes. It bad so aoh, knocked he o br *mthe d at
SRep Inopl the cid tshe ouldiv`14~t w oshe
gt[ emM h., R .ob hard, and aus
eee4,4r, wItMot .twonki o@f ad swore that sh, ab ul any-
gont4 and the mWn a0d women way; that her pioe ;t herto .
a oh.laren who were patt of it s-. In the end she st down te middle o
saw any .even a of the floor and West, i
NO toth. is, a cruel IMa Mus-,
*T A y re atof i2O ill s was headstro o-lw teould have
S_ go_, it od 0e to thoroe who had had exk,
+m !Ljnis SO JK. ,4 .a waThne xt tumq shD e wouidtoe
,U '!-^Sro Th h OWA now her place, aS the forelady si-
S,. 4 wete t sed Iwt;an s U Marija went out,
o a ..e tie8 to a.a sad the family l ced the problem of
KfallfC T iit^ It Was speeilally hard this time,
t d -ou tW WI for One wase I111 helth, and Juraes
e a reoe o ar to wal tryInhard to save up money for
!a"r tfrom the worker the i obadl board dreadful stories
tod d. of t~e t wioeto- Whey Xo d in tok
eon A'oo1 w i l a .bok leaW s IW Packlnsown, and he had
bk g a a Ip4a mind IatOnasmust have
IIIs two' y %ta 0d 40or. Jurgis could be very obsti-
ottfI4ollurs %we$, adm t ate when he wanted to. ad he wa%'
there for tw ty more and do no bet. t this case, much to the dismay oP
toer, would yet conalder hbimelf a gem- te women, who felt that a man doc-
tleman, as far removed as the poles tor was an Impropriety, and that t"e
from the most skilled worker on the matter really belonged to them. Th*
killinbeds; be wopid dress di90. os'tdoctor they oquld find would
ently, and live tI abethe Art of the Oarw %qmn $18. and perhaps mote
town, and come to work at a diferet th bill camel; sad here was
or the day, and 12 e1ery wVy aVWi 44claring that be woeld pay it,
su rethath- e evthr ibbed Vnifthe had to stop eating in the Cut Made ro
was, dueb to t ring6n.1 Per a M' had only about twenty-five Nothin could u
the .work; at any rao sple s edt. Day after day shewa- !ing could b_ more ap
wk with their as were a s n des e the yards beggi a TJob, we offer as a premiun
aprt;, ad wer Bad Mlit but th"dime wtatt hope of Slin s Thiaiartist' 1 d P iu
It waa a tory. Musislasa it it oi_, l 0. nB artitially decorated set c
tat ^it T*oudsisthe wrk ci than s3.50.
tn thea saln. o pake LaM, of 0 .Ie., t bfttl oMh a t whe her out anI_ we --
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otsw they knew things MUre. the yO han gn to it, soOe Sebri.s. Ohio, and Is CHINA QUALI
unoboe of the union knew th.U. whet We have placed with this co...
Ssrsd If thes ets which enables sus tooa
Sthem would Sthat'h* ct a Mlth M. t0u .. she stop. Indicated, to our subscriberto make
was not a favorite with his bo; sae hr. oe to the ano present
M ,nhad been a areat hand o go.' he ma up her eud that S d .
them.g pl .a4 she wa a lst who .Senmebody oUTr
t oe the However that 's r a 5 a s- t.l--. e tot" atstc woo c
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was the new 1ife that u6olde4a ltqI
before a t I s
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horse she merely lau t anfw
at it; itwould enable hA to
board again, and ksep the f y go
ing. And as foi i ;t l well,
they had waited a long tiO, nd they
could wait a little losgr. Theorcould
not possible get alonu upon hi wages
alone, and the mially could .at live
without hers. He oould oWeand vis-
it her, and sit In the kitanes and hold
her hand, and he um t manaMe to be
content with that-:
But day by day the mudle of Tamos.
slus's violin became more palonate
and heart breaking; and Marlr would
BaL with her hands lasted and her
cheeks wet and all hdr body a trem-
MariJa's lesson came jiust in time to
save Ona from a similar fate. Ona,
too, was dissatisfied with her place,
and had far more reason than Marija.
She did not tea half of her story at
home, because she saw it was a tor-
ment to Jurgis, and she was afraid
of what be might do. For a long time
Ona had seen that Miss Henderson,
the fnrelady In her department, did
not like her. '
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chainls about hi more Tta thava we hA o0w the, m ht
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baby would be aleep, and o wiold
be the merest etiht he nawoe be0 e ab4
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self. Then In te ing there w
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