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8PECIAL NOTICE. DREYFUS CASE AGAIN. REMAKABLE FRENCH MILITARY who had already suffered untold mental and physical agonies, accepted tbs TRIAL TO BE REOPENED. government pardon offered. And now after seven years of weary the name of Capt. Dreyfus is Third waiting, the That Expected Hearing to be cleared. Certain new facts have Will Result in Clearing the Offbeen presented to the supreme court icer of Charges of Selling of appeal bearing on his case, as foli Secrets. Army lows: (1) The petit bleu (city tube tele Facts unknown at the last military sent by Col. Ianiz.ardi to Col trial of Capt. Albert Dreyfus have been gram) von Schwarzkoppen about the trans brought to the attention of the of troops on the Eastern railway court of appeals of France and port in the event of mobilization was not caused that tribunal to reopen the written in 1894, as was believed wheii ase which gained such world wide was tried at Rennes, but it Dreyfus (otortety, and has dragged through the year following, when he was al die military courts of France twice alDevils island: (2) At Rennes Dreyftn ready. And thus at last the truth re- was thought to have communicated case tarding the famous may be made jublic, and the name of the victim f the most remarkable military conspiracy in the annals of history cleared. In the summer of 1894, when Cen. Mercler was minister of war, a member of the French was caught near the German frontier and released by the ministers order. Mercier thereby Incurred the strong opposition of the liberal press, and in order to stop the further cries that he was in the habit of freeing traitors he seized upon the opportunity which presented Itself when a bordereau or list enumerating articles, that had been transmitted to a foreign power was Intercepted and brought to him. The character of the contents showed that the writer was a treasonable member of the French general staff. Mercier called to his aid one Du CAPT ALBERT DREYFUS Paty de Clara and ordered him to find the author of the bordereau among note on the differtmt artillery .regi the officers of the various bureaus. monts to the German government, ai The handwriting of an Alsatian Jew, it was supposed to have disappeared Capt. Dreyfus, resembled that in the from the bureau where he was work bordereau, and after a sensational ing. Now this very note has beet trial, in which prejudice and perjury since found at the war office. (3) Thi had almost complete sway, Dreyfus fact that the initial D occurred is was convicted and sentenced to death another petit bleu" exchanged be a sentence later changed to impris- tween the German and Italian military onment on Devil's Island for life. attaches was regarded as proof AH this occurred In December, 1894, against Dreyfus. It has since been ind January,. 1895. In 1898-9the su- ascertained that the original initial preme court of appeals decided that was scratched out and replaced by the Capt. Dreyfus might be sent before letter "D." (4) It has also been found the Rennes court martial and tried that several documents in favor of on the charge of having transmitted Dreyfus were not submitted to the to a foreign power certain documents officers who tried him at Rennes. (5) mentioned which overwhelming evi- Since 1899 a document has been disdence had shown had been written by covered which shows that Dreyfus another man, now known as the no- never made an avowal of guilt. (6) torious Esterhazy. It is alleged that there is evidence of l one false witness at the Rennes trial! Again the Rennes found Dreyfus guilty of high treason, The supreme court will therefore but with extenuating circumstances, officially proclaim Dreyfus to and later, In spite of many of Drey- be innocent,, and will restore to him fus defenders, who wanted to make bis civil rights. It will remain for his case a national tBsue, this man, an assize court to fix the damages. e Contre-Espionag- court-martia- t. FARMERS FRIENDS. That there variation In excellently well that It should be so. animats Is becoming much more com- Not only are these two birds beautiful monly recognized than it used to be. and harmless, but both species, genPresident Roosevelt has called em- erally speaking, are actively useful, domuch good to the farmer by eating phatic notice to this tendency to Indi- ing insects and small rodents, and some vidual variation of habit among the little good to the by wild things the big game that he has the destruction of immature rats. Rut taken most Interest In shooting. It Is though this Is the rule of these species, a variation which seems to be Ind- and their general habit, there are inecent of circumstances, and to be de dividual exceptions which are very apt to lead to a mischievous mlsjudgment if it be not clearly understood that such cases are the exceptional ones.' Now and then an owl, forsaking the usual harmless and valuable habits of its kind, will sometimes form a personal habit, all ita own, of visiting not only coops, but also dovecotes, and preying on any unprotected young thing which it may had not sufficiently far grown to protect JtsyL It is perhaps dtfflcult)u say whether a bird ever breaks a habit so formed, ot whether the habit endures for a season only; but it seems more likely that such a habit, once formed, would become permanent. We may perhapt even say that there is a reasonable risk of its being transmitted, by example and by the taste for a delicacy one acquired, to the young of a bird thus individually differing from the type ol termined by the character of the indi- its kind. Tnere is virtually no doubt vidual. A little reflection will show of the truth of the fact that these birds prey in this way on the that it is far more reasonable to think do learnof toother birds. The writer is young that there would .be some such varia- not able to speak of his personal extion than that there would not. We all to Its truth, but has been inrecognize a difference of disposition in perience formed of its truth by those who have men and in women; we recognize a first-hand experience of it. and whose difference in character in our dogs, honsos and other domestic animals. testimony is not to be doubted. The great trouble Is that the person There is reason to think that in the with an exceptional ease natural state these differences would whothefalls in can kind of hardly, by the most be apt to be greater rather than less; artful persuasion, be convinced that il yet the writers of books on natural his- is exceptional, and not the comtory and on sport, and those' who have monreally habit of the species. Perhaps the received in simple faith what they have written, have been very prone to best way to convince him would be tc Insist upon his making a note of thi an over-hast- y generalization, to argue from a single instance, or from too contents of the crop of every bird ol the verminous kind which he kills. 11 few instances, as to the general habits were done all over the country of a species, and on this inadequate this we should very quickly have a great evidence to convict or to condemn, as addition to our knowledge, and ws the case may be, the whole class. should find local variations of habif ' This is a risk that is specially apt to much more important that happen with the animals that have re- probably we suppose. cently, and with some difficulty, been rescued from the black list The time A Friend, Indeed! has gone by, in the more enlightened places, when every hawk and every owl "Pretty woman you bowed to." are shot down. 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