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) . THE SPANISH FORK PRESS. IRISH MEMBER OF PARLIAMENT FOUGHT WITH BOERS. KAISER'S SON SENTENCED. Crown Prlnc Punished Like Any Ordinary Student. ANDBBW JEM SEN, Fubllahar. The crown prince of OermaDy la not UTAH. enjoying students life in Bonn at all. SPANISH FORK, He dislikes the restrictions and commands of the corps and the usages and STATE NEWS. ritual of the students' society to which ha belongs. lie considers those usages stupid, and once he grew so vexed over S. W. Sanderson has been appointed some commands of the corps that he at Fafrview. postmaster . General Miles has promised to visit' walked out of the club drinklng-roomAs a of official result the the leading Port Douglas next summer. came to Berlin and made organization The postotllce at Richfield has been complaint to the emperor, who decided raised to the presidential class. that the crown prince ehould receive Senator Kearns has recommended the same treatment as all others. the appointment of B. B. Hey wood of Then the corps sentenced the emperSalt Lake to succeed United States or's son to two weeks' confinement in his room, and this, it is learned, he Marshall Glen Miller. suffered before he came to Berlin last education of board Lake The Salt 4 old Thursday, the has '4 University purchased ground and buildings from the state Harsh Measures Will be Tried on Filipinos, land board for 9100,000. Having failed, after two years strife, Jndge Stewart In the district court a in of affirmed has the subduing the insurrection in Salt Lake, validity the ordinance prohibiting women from Batangas province, which lies just south of Manila, and having satisfied entering saloons at night. himself that lenient treatment of the Representative Sutherland has recomis productive of no good mended the appointment of Nelson E. insurgents J. Franklin Bell, the General results, to a of Utah the battery Margetts, in that province' commander military lieutenancy in the regular army. has determined upon the enforcement George Washington, the colored dog of the war in the most vigorous and catcher of Salt Lake, has been arrested determined fashion, involving reconcharged with selling dogs and shipping centration in a modified form, the them out of the state instead of lm application of martial law In all direcf Jsounding them. tions and the unsparing pursuit and Salt Lake has risen two inches since punishment of the natives who act as the close of the bathing season. It Is spies and traitors to the United States. hoped late snows and spring rains will raise the water enough to make bath- BIU Introduced to Open Montenn lndlnn I Beeervntlon. ing good for next season. I Senator Clark of Montana has introThe compulsory education law is to i he strictly enforced in Salt Lake by duced a bill to ratify an agreement made in August, 1899, with the Crow J Superintendent Christensen and the hoard of education during the re- Indians, whereby 1,000,000 acres of ths Crow reservation, Montana, is to bt mainder of the school year. opened for settlement. The bill proMiss Alice M. Johnson of Springville, a niece of the wife of Lord Roberts, the vides a payment of $1,150,000 for ths famous English general, died at Salt lands so relinquished. Senator Foster has introduced a bill Lake last week, where she underwent for payment to volunteers oi providing an operation for appendicitis. the I'bilipine war after term of enUtahs congressional delegation listment had expired at the rate of $2 believes the military commission which per day for officers and half that looks after military jmsts throughout -amount for enlisted men. v the country will provide for extensive improvements at Fort Douglas. Republicans Fnvor Reduction of Wm cases One hundred and twenty-thre- e Tuxes. of smallpox have developed in Utah The Republican members of the county within sixty days past, and 119 ways and means committee held i of these are in Benjamin dlstriet the meeting Monday afternoon to considet remaining four at Clinton. This breaks what should be done toward reducing the Utah record. . the war revenue taxes. This is the Sutherland has in- first formal step taken by those who Congressman troduced a resolution appropriating wilt frame a reduction measure, to 12.1,000 for the establishment of a fish map out a line of aetionv The septl culture station in Utah, at some point ment among Republican members of to bo chosen by the United States comthe committee is said to be quite gen' missioner of fish and fisheries. eral in favor of a reduction. Horses are being secured to equip Rich Ntrlke Reported In Utah Mine. two batteries at Fort Douglas, and The be Jonny mine at Slateline, Utah, a picturesque artillery parades will feature of the fort. An effort will be reports one of the most sensational made to equip one battery with blade strikes in the history of southern Utah. At a point three huudred feet east of horses and another with bays. the old bonanza chute and one hundred The records of Salt Lake county and eighty feet below the surface they show that one fourth of the general have broken into a body of ore that county tax is required for the support fairly glitters with gold. Some of the of paupers. Assistance last year was ore that came out of th mine will given to more then 3,000 persons, the assay $3000 per ton. total UTAH i I f expenditure approxminatlng 42,000 It is claimed that a petrified tree has Governor Taft Reaction San Francisco. The United States transport Grant, been found in American Fork canyon. At the butt the diameter of the tree is with Governor Taft on board, arrived estimated at seventy-fiv- e feet, while from Manila Monday, The Grant has seventy-fou- r cabin, 400 feet from its roots the top has been 1110 steerage passencut off by a gulch, yet it is 20 feet in four second-clas- s, gers, 858 enlisted men, 203 discharged diameter. C. E. Beano, who professed religion soldiers, 37 prisoners, and 118 sick sol. and was pardoned out of the Utah diers. Four deaths occurred on the penitentiary in 1900, where he was voyage. Twenty-eigh- t days were consumed serving a term for burglary, was shot from in the Manila, and twenty Kansas passage wounded and seriously at city last week while engaged in robbing a days from Nagasaki. residence. old boy Montana Bank Caehlor Charged Wltti Frank Shurtloff, the Stealing Fortune. who was convicted of killing Mrs. Jane Herbert II. Matteson was arrested In Wilson at Holiday last summer by shooting Into her houso while on a Helena Monday morning, charged with carouse with several other boys of his the embezzlement of $25,000 from the age, has had his sentence suspended First National bank of Great Falls, Moot. It is charged that he used the during good behavior. Salt banks money in heavy speculation Hamilton Park, a Lake boy, was last week shot in the in Amalgamated Copper stocks. Matte-tonexact shortage is a matter of head by a companion who was handling a small target rifle. The wound is not doubt, estimates varying from $25,000 serious, but had the ball varied in its to $180,000. One man who is believed course a quarter of an inch it would to have some lostde information says have caused the loss of an eye, If not tbe amount is about $175,000. the life of the lad. The state of Utah is expected to Panama Canal Commission Rscommsnds Purchase cf I'susmn Routs. ralso $2,000 toward the McKinley The is less than monument found, which president Mouday transmitted s of a cent per capita. to congress the supplemental report of the istmian canal commission, In Junuary 29 is the day set for contributions, and school children will be given which It it unanimously recommended that the offer of the new Panama an opportunity to contribute. Moses Thatcher and a number of Canal company to sell all Us rights, property and unfinished work to the Chicago people are in Mexico inspectUnited States for $10,000,000, be acing a coffee and rubber plantation which The report gives in full the cepted. they expect to purchase. The plantation contains .7000 acres, has 40,000 correspondence which has passed becoffee trees and 30,000 rubber trees and tween the commission and the Panama Canal company at Paris. about 3,000 acres of sugar caue. The Century company, a Minneapolis Monster Umlsllils Occurs In Alaska. concern, is considering a proposition to On the morning of January 13th at 8 develop the wax mines near Colton. an enormous landslide occurred o'clock If It undertakes the development, the in basin above Juneau. It is the mine will ozocerite, a product Company found only at Colton, which is used for stated the slide was 1700 feet In width. Instillation, wax candles and the like,' Thousands of tons of rock and dirt tumbled from the mountain above ths y Fire, supposed to have been of Last Chance Mining company's flu mo origin, was discovered in Mrs. White's millinery store at Mprlngvlllo and completely demolished it for a lust week, just In time to prevent a long distance. Fortunately no people were 10-ye- a i 's seven-tenth- lueen-dlitr- ( disastrous was The loss coqflngrallon. about $300, fully covered by Injured. TheYMwas .brought down by the City of Seattle which arrived at Vancouver Januarji 20. EARTHQUAKE IN MEXICO KILLS 300 PEOPLE. Colonel Arthur L;&ch, In Paris Interview, Acknowledges he Fought Agnltst the British. V CAPITAL OF THE STATE OF GUERRERO, BADLY WRECKED. CHILPANCING0, Colonel Arthur Lynch, who was recently elected to parliament from the List of Blllad Placed at 800, With at Many Galway district, Ireland, in an interMora Injured Great.! Casualty Cana.d view at Paris Saturday, admitted that by Roof of Chorrb Falling In During Serrtrea Worst Calamity In tho Hlat.ry he bad fought against the British in of Mexico. South Africa. Soon after the election of Lynch was announced the statement One of the moat terrible cataatrophee was published that he would be arrested In tbe history of the state of Guerrero, for treason as soon as he set foot on Mexico, is reported to have occurred English soil. The nature of his offense afternoon, when an extremely Friday was made known. When asked why violent earthquake shock waa felt at he did not occupy the seat in parliament to which he was elected, Colonel Cbllpanclngo, causing a great lost of life and injuring many persona. Lynch said he appreciated the fact Details from the stricken district are that he would not be allowed to reach very meager, but reports indicate that the house of commons. He had, some time ago, contemplated going to the probably 300 peoole were killed and ae many more injured. opening of parliament, but, said he, It is known that the state c&pitol, jokingly: the parish church and many business I did not think then that a nation bouses aod residences are in ruins and that considers itself one of sportsmen there is much suffering asm rewould be so unsportsmanlike as to seek that of the awful seismic disturbance. sult to reach me in cold blood when It might One of the edifices that suffered most have had me in warm blood in the was the Federal telegraph office, which Transvaal. the paucity of news. The Colonel Lynch added that bis future explains lines and aparatus were telegraph movements would be governed by the but the employees, badly damaged, counsels of the Irish party, in which all whom were injured, quickly of he has every confidence, and by the to erect an improvised telewishes of his constituents. He declared proceeded office on the outskirts of the graph the stories published in the English city. papers of his recent visit to Dr. Leyds number of deaths was greater in at Brussels, with whom he was alleged theThe church than in any single parish to have business connections, were as a crowd of worshipers was place, pure inventions. He only passed through there for the afternoon ser. Brussels a year ago, and he has no gathered vice. Tbe solid masonary walls and business relations with Dr. Leyds of the roof came toppling down on the any kind, though they are on friendly worshipers, and many of those within terms. were killed. Soldier Who Threatened to Kill President The war department has ordered Rooeevelt Gets Ten Years. troops in tbe neighborhood to Frank Rakowski, a soldier in the in the work of rescue. Until this United States army, stationed at As- work is completed it will be impossitoria, Oregon, has been degraded and ble to accurately learn tbe number of sentenced to ten years imprisonment victims. in the military prison on Alcatraz IsIt is believed, however, that this is one of the most destructive seismic land, California. Rakowski had threatened to assasinate President Roosevelt, phenomena that has ever occurred in and commended Czolgosz's act. Mexico. Tbe greater part of the popA few days before Christmas Rakow-s- ulation of Chilpancingo are now campbecame intoxicated at Chinook, ing out under tents around tbe town, and while in a saloon there made the which is five days journey from the President Mc- national capital. following statement: Kinley got . what he deserved. My tim of enlistment in the army will Ship Subsidy Blit Favorably Reported to the Senate, soon expire, and when it does Ill see on commerce senate committee The that President Roosevelt gets the same autho-ize- d has a favorable report on dose that Czolgosz gave McKinley. Senator Frye's ship subsidy bill. The report says that the purpose of New Port of Entry for Smuggled Chinese. the bill is to establish the maritime From a discovery made at Fort Benof lh United States J.n supremacy ton, Montana, Sunday, it appears that ittn'AsTtt ami' in tnS" Gulf'of a systomunp-wTiemv. tra-Jncse aeross tho border into the United Mexico ami the Caribeau; to establish States has been unearthed. Marshall thoroughly trade between the United Sneath noticed smoke issuing from States and South American republics, beneath the sidewalk of an old restau- and to give the United States a respectrant on Front street, made an investi- able representation on the North Atlantic. The claim is made that all gation as to its source and discovered these results will be accomplished a fire burning in the cellar. Further ten years. The report also within Investigation revealed a Chinaman in asserts the bill will so extend ship made who ineffectual hiding attempts to conceal himself upon the appearance building as to transfer in time from abroad to the United States the center of the officer. of tbst industry, as the center of other Ksuaan Darkad for Maligning McKinley, Industries recently have been transSue tba Regulator. ferred, and also that it will give to the Alfred Patterson, of Anthony, KanUnited States a measure of maritime sas, who was regulated last September independence corresponding to our for maligning President McKiuley, industrial and agricultural indebrought suit agalDst ten citizens for pendence. $5000 damages each. At tbe time that the president was shot, Patterson wa" Colorado Legislator wilt Convene In Extra Heulon. alleged to have given utterance to Governor Orman of Colorado baa All I am eorry about is these worde: issued a call for an extra session of the fellow finish that the did not the job. Patterson was given a ducking. legislature to consider the following measures: Among the defendants ia Lee Hoffman, The revenue bill, which must be reeditor of the Attica Advocate. The passed in a form that will resist the jury failed to agree and waa dis- attacks of the corporations. charged. Ths creation of one or more commisColorado Officer llllro They Ilavo Cap sions with power to control and lured 1at Crowe. regulate corporations, especially tbe District Attorney James D. Pilcher railroads. of Creede, Colorado, hua telegraphed of tbe employers The Chief of Police J. J. Donahue of Omaha for prewith bill, provisions liability that Edwin V. Wilbur, who ia held a serving it from thieves until it can prisoner to answer charges of swind- reach the Governor's office. ling and forgery, may be Pat Crowe, The financing of the Gunnison tunnsl who Is charged with having been one and canal for Irrigation purposes. of the kidnappers of the Cudahy boy The age complexion and height of Wil- Miss Stone Cannes be Found by Commissioner Sent to Kanaom Her. bur tallies with Donahue's description Wiring from Constantinople the corof Crowe. It is also known that Wilbur waa associated here with a person respondent of the Lomloo Chronicle of the Identical description of the man etys there la no news of Miss 8tons,ths Donahue described at No. 2. captive American misiiouary, and that M. Gargiulo Dragoman of the AmeriDirector of Cenen Hay. Town, are Grow, can legation at Constantinople and W. log Fa.ter Tlmn Cuoutry, W. leet, treasurer of the Missionary The director of the census Saturday society in Constantinople, who some gave out a ataleiueut regarding the days ago left Salouik for the Interior growth of urban population north and to meet Miss Stone's captors, have not south, which allows that the largest yet met tho bandits holding the miscities, taken collectively, are growiug sionary prisoner. They have been Innearly twice aa rapidly as the rest of terviewed near Seres, Macedonia, forty-sthe country; the percentage of the even miles northeast of Salonika population of northern atatea living In by severat pretended delegates who large cities ia nearly three times aa thus far have not been furnished with great aa the corresponding per cent. letters from the captives, in the abIn the south; the north has a rale of sence of which Mr. Garlulo and Mr increase no greater than that of the l'ete decline to ki e south. negotiate. ban Franrli.ro Mar lilt, lot Almost DecapMl.a Mon llenrU From. itate lltiuarlf With a Itaaor. Charles Uobltiaon, aged 40, a Ban Reliable news has been received at Constantinople that Miaa Helen M. Francisco machinist who has been out of work since the strike of May 20 last, Mone, the captive Anierieau missionMine. committed suicide Friday morning inja her and Tailka, companion, ary, horrible manner. He sluahed his neck the latter's baby, are well. Negotiations whipli, it ia said, will result iti with a razor until he almost decapithe early and safe return of the cap tated himself, after which he severed the arteries on both arms near the lives, are in progress. John G. tho American Minister is elbow and lay down to die. When disnow directing the negotiations. He covered he was still alive, but before declines to Mty any tiling for publica- he could tic taken to the receiving hostion. but admits there ia ground for pital he died from loss of blood, t tho above report. I SHUTTING OUT CHINESE. Faclfle Coast Congressional Agrees on a Bill. Delegation At a largely attended meeting of Pacific coast senators and representatives Thursday final determination was reached as to the course to be pursued on Chinese exclusion legislation, and the following resolution was adopted; Resolved, That the Pacific coast senators and representatives approve tbe policy and general provisions of the bill which they have requested Representative Kahn to introduce in the house, and Senator Mitchell in the senate; but this shall not affect the privilege of any member to perfect the same by amendment. Tbe bill thus to be introduced was agreed upon at the meeting. As finally adopted the insular section reads as follows: That from and after the passage of this act the entry into the American mainland territory of the United States of Chinees laborers coming from any of the insular possessions of the United States shall be absolutely prohibited, and the prohibition shall apply to all Chinese laborers, as well as to such as were in insular possessions at the time or times of acquisition thereof respectively by tbe United States, or to those who have come there since, and those who have been born there since, and those who may come there hereafter, and those who may hereafter be born there. TO CANCEL LAND LEASES. Commissioner of lndlnn Affairs Will Recommend Cnneellnllon of Lenses The commissioner of Indian affairs, W. A. Jones, appeared before the senate committee on Indiao affaire Thursday to answer the senate resolution recently adopted making inquiry concerning the leasing of the Uintah mineral lands. The commissioner stated that he had made a written report in reply to the resolution, but that under the rules of the department he was required to submit the same to tbe secretary of the interior for approval, and asked that the matter be allowed to go over until the next regular meeting of the committee, which is Monday nexL It is understood that the report recommends that the leases of mineral lands, including the Uintah, be cancelled and the parties ejected. The recommendation of the commissioner will no doubt be approved by the secretary. and this will probably end the matter, so far as tbe investigation of the Indian commissioner is concerned, nererorenis sate to prediet that we have heard the last of the proposed Uintah mineral land lease. i Crlppla Greek Officers Battle With Ora Tlilerr SOO Feet Under Ground. 4 WEEK IN CONOW Juaigy I Horss The house debated the pensions time to a bill snd devoted mu-proposition to open soldiers' homa to Confed-srst- e veterans. The bill carries ap appropria-.- i lino R42 no. which la more than e Fri la 6, oongress. W Sen ats For the first time this session the Philippine question was touched upon In the senate. Tbe interest taken Indicates that It will occupy the attention of the upper branch of congress for some time when the tariff bill It reported. The Philippines were the subject ol an address by Mr. Hoar, who spoke on hie reso. lutlon providing for the appointment of s senate committee to Investigate the adminlg. tratlon of these Islands. Senator Mason advocated reciprocity with Co 189 W we vei cro yie the j Cuba. A resolution was passed directing the attoto Inform the senve ae to what rney-general "e"nt of etepe had been taken to secure the thi cat bst Interest still due the United States on acoount n of the subsidy debt of the Kansas division of the Union Pacific Railway company. Da January 18. 6cl Dll pension approttriatlon bill passed the house. A resolution fixing February 27 for memorial exercises to the late President McKinley was adopted. A resolution appropriating 190,000 for the government's exhibit at the Charleston exposition wae adopted. The bill to allow the redemption of war revenue stamps within two years was passed, aa was also a resolution authorizing the secretary of the treasury to return bank checks and drafts stamped with war revenue stamps after they were cancelled. The house adjourned until Saturday. Senatx A lively controversy was precipitated by Hale's resolution establishing a nsv a reserve, strong opposition developing to th measure in Its present form. A resolution providing for the printing of 3,500 copies of the proceedings of tbe Schley court of inquiry was adopted. An appropriation of 3150,000 was made for enlarging the public buildings at Portland, Ore. House' The January 16. Senatx. The senate had un ier consideration the bill creating a department of commerce, and the discussion tended tn show thal the measure will have to be amended in many am tbe Ra U. 7 get ent om rei , by: Ciw waj tuti Jnfl Eui you Ing the tak eon Bin wl the W of I be elr I: particulars before it can receive the approval Serious objections were raised v to the transfer to the proposed department o several bureaus now a part of other departt ments of tbe government. It was pointed if the bill as reported would become a law it would create the greatest department of the government and that the secretary of commerce would have more power than the secretary of the treasury. A large number of uncontested bills and private pension measures were passed, aftet I which the senate adjourned until Monday. The house held no session. of the senate. S H ' J SCI out-tha- Janaary 18. HorsE The urgent deficieney appropriation bill was reported by Chairman Cannon. Among its most important items are rebates to tobacco manufacturers as provided for in the war reve' " nue reduction act, M, 150.000:-- permanent military post at Manila, $.00,000; $250, OiO; naval ordnance mllltur t o.ouu; expenses of congreantunal party to funeral of President Mcljinley, 16,200; rural Tree delivery. $5 IS, 000. Probubly the item of most current Interest just now, in view of the coming of Prince Henry, is one approtjj bating 10,000 for tho contingent expense of the state department. It has long been the custom of the state department to hold a small fund of this character fot the entertainment of visitors and to meet other diplomatic emergencies which may arise. Tbe amount carried for the bill for this fund does not necessarily mean that it will all be used for tbe entertainment of the royal guest, but as much will be available as Is needed. po P for 0.1 7 cot tha pa' tiv tr s i A desperate battle 400 feet under ground between ore thieves and officers and trusted employees occurred in the great Independence mine at Victor, Colo.,oThursday morning. Between shots were exfifty and seventy-fiv- e the between opposite parties. changed Lee Glockoer, a member of tbe comJanuary BO. debate on the urgent defipany's force, was shot twice, bnt not ciency appropriation bill was continued. Aa seriously injured. Item appropriating $500,000 for a military post The fight wss most determined, but at Manila precipitated a long debate in which the pirates finally gained tbe npper some of the ablest men on both sides particihand and forced the company men to pated. Sen ate Senator Rawlins of Utah introduced retreat toward ths big shaft giving ths a substitute for the Philippine tariff hill re thieves an opportunity to escape. ported by the committee. The management of Strattons IndeSenator Clark of Montana introduced a bill pendence company of London, England, looking to the opening of a poftion of the Cro which owns the Independence mine, Indian reservation, The bill for the establishment of s has been aware for a long time that departmentproviding of commerce was under considerarich silvanite deposits in the mine were tion during tbe greater part of the day and rebeing systematical!; robbed, the steal- mained undisposed of at the close of the sesslov Tantalising a Hunter. ings amounting to thousands of dollars Representative Eddy of Minnesota, a month. Detectives were employed and it ia said the thieves were detected was telling the president about tbe in the act of looting a rich seam of ore. abundance of moose in Canada just above the Minnesota line. "Come up They escaped through the underground wit me, said the enthusiastic Eddy, workings connected with an adjoining "and we'll have the greatest big game property. hunt you ever heard of." The president'! eyes sparkled. "I wish I could, BaaMI Robber Tl Watchman t Chair he said. "Eddy, I'll tell you what you j anil Blow Open Bafa, do. You up a party of beaters and I E. O. Carlson, nightwatchman of tbe chase theget moose up over into MinneWest Sesttls Grain Elevator eompauy, sota, and Ill go up and help you get wss overpowered by three masked men a few of them. Washington Letter at 3 o'clock Thursday morning and to New York World. tied in a chair. The robbers then enta. Army Imped drilled the big safe in ths office, placed Armies are adding so many curious a stick of dynamite, poured water in vehicles to their Impedimenta that it the coal stove to put out the fire, is a grate question in sot quarters stacked sacks of wheat around the whether their mobility will not be w&rerootn and act off the charge. seriously Impeded in future wars. Tbe door f the safe wae blown There were the movable forge, the across the room, Carlson wss knocked movable crematorium, the hospital, th unconschu , lie building was set on Ice machine and now comes the travel- - j lng disinfecting apparatus. The latter fire and the store wrecked. The robis a bers extinguished the fire, which act movewagon so fitted that it can readily from camp to camp to disinfect saved the building and Carlsou'a life. the clothing of the soldiers. Carlson wss found and liberated in a A f Drum. the morning, anu an examination of The Chinese tambourine is called the safe showed that many valuable j books and papers had been destroyed. chislan. The drum is mado of Bnake j skin, and care is ulnMJy taken to 1 The robbers failed to gain anything select the skin of a serpent whih has from their bold attempt, as nothing variegated colors, in order that there t had been left iu the safe the night may be some style about the inBtru- Hocsg-Gene- ral f 1 , i t i 4 t 7 r I r v I t; e e ti F li 8 s Rnaka-Mkl- menL Minnesota Health Officer Bay There Is no Exoua for Smallpox. Dr. II. M. Bracken, secretary of the Minnesota state board of health. In a public address et Minneapolis declared that everybody of discretionary years found afflicted with smallpox ought first to be cured and teu tent to jail for ninety days. R Bracken explained that thorough demonstration had Wen given of the preventive value of vaccination, aud tUrewas do excuse for smallpox in llvlllzed countries. i !a Ore ACI t.Kv ftioiit Aitmii i lrivoi VOH lire. f Mftt hater. Bay. Dill a great eater of beef, and 1 beBut lieve it does burin to my wlL so stupid? The sre the Italians consume twenty-fou- r pounds pen annum per capita, tbe Spaniard, rir$B uiukes somebody Shakespeare T am beef-eute- rs pounds, Bohemians ami pounds, Germans fifty-si- x pounds, EnglUh 12 pounds and the American 146 pounds. Are Americans and Englishmen prepared to deny that beef, brains and brawn go together, and to put th Italian on the top? Fortland twenty-seve- n, Hungarians A ( thirty-on- e IlfiH lt 1K l II N Ijtkr IMI w 1 K.