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THE DALLES, WASCO COUNTY, OREGON, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 27. lfc)00
Henri Kochefort Denounces the Anglo-
Girrnan Alliance as a Farce and
Sajs That it Drives France and
Kuss a to Mutual Protection.
New Yokic, Oct. 23. A dispatch to
tiis Journal anil Advertiser, from Paris
Lys: Henri Kochefort, speaking ot the
Xtig'.o German "alliance , says : s
'England pretended respect for the
intenrity of China is a mere fareo. Her
a for the liitegriiy of China is abou
Ls real as her res peel for the integrity of
tlie Transvaa! republics. This newly
bund anxiety to keep the nation's integ
lity did not formerly characterize Kn-
Und'a policy why, she permitted Ger
many to dismember France.
l'he 'open door' and 'integral China'
are mere phases undiplomatic hypocrisy.
The real object of the Anglo-German
alliance is to prevent Kussia from taking
Manc'ium. England and Germany are
bo trying to lireak the France-Russian
alliance. Should Kustia bold Manchuria,
tier rival", E-i-UnI and Germany, will
wage war against her. France cannot
-Uml by and see Kussia healen, lor with
Kusaia vanu'iished, these two powers
would turn their force against France,
"Vtehavo now 10 aeai, not with a
triple hat with ft quadruple alliance.
England and Germany are both in
fluenced by tho principle of might. They
respect nothing but euperror force. The
Geiman emperor has gone back to hi?
grandmother's leading strings. Of course,
he gets some consideration for his friend
ship. The socialists make it difficult for
hi in to set money tnrouah the Kcichstai?
for his ambitions schemes, and Em-land
i! protian v sii rD rum it in consideration
. 1 t 1 i
ii me new 11 nuance.
!'-" in me Philippines will leave Ma
;ni!a November 1st. From that time
jnntil next June the transports will
;btirg Mom, ahnnt 23,000 at the rate of
I from 4000 to 5000 a month. The sick,
I possible, he ehiripe(I pn .
transports, that they may travel without
Tire various -e-lments will be mue-
a..--. .1 ...... .
i-rr.i uai ann pauj as soon as possible
auer they arrive here. By thi arratigo
,,ie camp now established at the
iresi.lio will by entlieient to iccommo
date the entire army.
PROVES A SUCCESS
Ueccnt Trial Showed Thai He Has Per
fect Control of the Steering Ap
paratus Decisive Trial Has Xot
Vet Been Made.
n!ght, at Madison Sqnae Garden, for
th demonstration in Governor Hooe-
nr OfTTI P a P MT v'''8 bonor. A score or more of oands
Ul OL 11 LtlYILIN I jill unite In playing "The Star Spangled
j Banner," and the time will be heaUn
for ail the bands in eight of Madison
! o I. . ..i,-,. .1. . .
I cqiiare ii) n Bt-nicmigiu on me lower 01
and Li ' Midison Square Garden. This giant
l baton of light w ill be manipulated by
! an experienced musical director av.d the
1 volume of music is expected to be some
Proposal by Prince Chins;
V.-,.- V...... t' . . ni
.-ii.. ui-i. ij. wuni von zep.
peun is satisfied with the performance
of h:s airship, says a Herald cablegram
irom frietienshnfen. He says it has
been proved I list it wa.b absolutely under general
Hazi.kton, Pa., Oct. 22. President
Mitchell, in an interview toniirht. nrac
ticallv admitted that the anthracite coal-
miners strike would end as soon as the
operators presented a notice Guarantee
ing the payment of a 10 per cent advance
in wa?fa until Anril l. I'resnlunt.
Mitchell said :
"Tlie prospect of an early settlement
ol the coal strike is becoming brighter.
Some of the operators have not vet nosted
DO. ices siormfvinir their wt ininpnn In
fall ill linn either with the Ue-ulim- com
pany or with the opposition made by
the Lehigh Vallev enmnnnv in Ihn
Hazletoa recion. If all of them notify
their emnloves bv nnetino' nnticpa nr
.nerwise mat an actual advance ol lu
percent will be paid each mine emr.love.
and suaranten ila mntinninra nntit
Ap'il 1, together with the abolition of
tilt alidinor aoaln. T tmliova l,ot tho tor ma
WOuld be arcittpd hv the mtnaa-nrlrer.
The reduction in nowder from 2.75 to
1.50 has con fined the minds of the
(Diners, but soma t the nneratnrs have
K lUlIV PvmAinnfl how linntrint mintrl
Onld receivH th full ailvancn nf ID nor
- - i
(-"lit. as lvnll aa nil nthnr .mnlnvan lhaf
1 believe that thia ohstncle can he over.
Saved a Man From the aallotrs.
Chicago, Oct. S3. A special to the
cord from Wheelin. W. Va., savs
vlllt a Venr aim IKa ,!.t,il - rriiirt. nf
Fvette conntv. Judira Montgomery nro-
d i n , sentenced ml Mndiann. colored.
" be handed
in 1 1 ,.,: i mi. ii
IBirUHr of nnnt.l.r nptrrn Trn Im fl hp.
'ore the datn nf
Atkinson iBlie l a rosnitM ttr nine, ihiva.
"lis judge who sentenced him died be
'orcej nnnn Ihn anttirvrW tn v a rnnnrt
nt to (iovfrnnr ifirlnimi TfiA aAvnrnnr
decide 1 Dmf ii. i.a.i,,., u,,:,, ,ioa,l .ml
DO OHU Mas. a M,i:nn
' x,'u nuir rriiLt;i lb :uiiiiiBi;iu
further, thft ilala nf Ilia la al itenth
1'ving passed. Mad is n cur.not be hanired
the original sentence. As ho was;
ItVer Setltann,.! I.. In.i..iinnntanl ha
me comro. ot trm steering apparatus,
llns apparatus, howtver, was not in
most perfect order on tho first ascent.
une ot the two rudders below the
machine nt tiio stern would not work
froc-Iy. Thus, instead ot moving parallel
with each other tho rudders frequently
formed an angle. This defect hampered
Oinnt von Z .'ppeliti very much indeed.
Opinion in general is somewhat un-
seltiia. Ihe decisive trial has not yet
i , i . . i . . . ....
uuen maoe ior me machine is still in ex
perimental stage, though an undoubted
etep toward the achievement vt aerial
flight has been made. A former nautical
Nkw Yokk, Oct. 21. A dispatch to the
Herald from Pekin save:
A preliminary convention between
China nnd tho combined powers has
been proposed by Prince Ching and Li
Hung Chang. It is ai follows :
Article I. Laying siege to tho lega
tions of loreign ministers is a high of
fenso against oue of the important prin
ciples of international law. So country
can possibly tolerate such a thing. China
acknowledges her great fault in this re
spect and promises that it will never
"Article II. China admits her liability
to pay an indemnity for the various
losses sustained on this occasion, and
the powers will each appoint officials to
examine and present all claims for a
final consultation and settlement.
"Article III. As to future trade and
International relations, each
ally, is against the adii.iiiiFirutiorhat
been a fe.Uurecf the week's business.
Many buyer, also, satisfied of the elec
tion oiitcmie, are evidently placing their
orders in the belief that demand will
Increase promptly on the anuouncement
of the r-fiilt, and that the result. oi
some materials, atleast, will be higher
Cure il of Chrome Diarrhoea After Thirty
Vrarfl uf Murferlug.
j "Suirred for thirty years with diar
j rhoea and thought I was past being
cured." SaVS dlltlll S. tlt!iiuav rf
o..... .1.- I'..:... . . .. : ........ .
cio U1 i.iu uuicu Jiineworsers, winch trench Camn. Mi-. I had
STILL IN SESSION
Xcw Difficulties in the Way of a Settle
m;nt Operators Do Xot Aijrcc.
U .i.uTox, Pa., Oct. 2. The confer.
power should designate how these mat
ters are to be dealt with, whether the
old treaties should continue or new con
ventions shouM be made, slight! add
ing to the old treaties or canceling the
oid treaties and negotiating new ones.
Any of these plans may be adopted and
He -is Now in Jail at Salem, Having
Waived Examination This Morn
ing Mis Metiru is Conscious Isut
Probablv Cannot Live.
S.u.k.u, Oct. 21 Clyde Vaughn, who
attempted to murder Lulu Jones, at Jef
ferson, yesterday, and escaped to the
woods, was captured last, evening about
two miles from Jtffersou, in the direction
of Marion, by Frank Libby, a farmer
who taw the fellow and headed him oil'
tie comesseil to tlie crime, tint gave no
motive for it.
He says when she came out of the
school house ho tried to persuade her to
go into the basement with him, which
sho refused, whereupon he struck her a
ihn Pi,in. h ii,.,. .no..:..! i mow wun ins list, stunning ner. lie
regulations can be made in each case as
"Article IV. This convention will be
made by China with tho combined
powers to cover tlie general principles
which apply alike to all. This settled,
tho foreign ministers will removo the
engineer of Geneva, who is watching the seals they caused to be placed in various
trial, Livential byname, expressed him.
mil as oeing uuoious of the machine's
"the prime condition of a navigable
airship," he said, "is that It must be
able to go windward. This was not done
in the present trial ; at any rate, not con
clusively, nor do I think itcan be done."
Tlie technical observations noted dur-
inn the trial and other instructive de
tails will not he available for several
days yet, and until they are known it is
impossible to do more than register
Count von C.'ppelin'a summing up of
the ti mI :
' It proved that my airship is absolute
ly under my control."
parts of the Tsung li Yamun and the
Yamun ministers may go the Yamun
and attend to business an usual. And
further, each power should atrango its
own special affairs with China, so that
separate treaties mav be settled in due
order. When the various items of in
demnlt v are all arranged properly, or an
understanding has been reached about
them, the powers will successively with
draw their troops.
"ArtieleV. The troops sent to China
by the powers are for the protection of
the ministers, and no other put pose, so
when the negotiations begin for treaties
of peace each power should first declare
lie Fears firanttuia.
Xkw York, Oct. 24. Lord Salisbury's
exnliinationsof the motives of the Anglo
German alliance will find a sympathetic
hearing at Balmoral, says the Tribune's
London correspondent. It rs a current
saying that the only person of whom the
German Emperor stands in awe is his
grandmother, tiueen Victoria. He is in
fluenced by her, and she has a strong af
feclion for him. Her sympathies have
have always been excited when England
and Germany have been working to
gether in diplomacy.
The two governments already had a
secret understanding respecting African
schemes of partition bafore this freth
agreement was made, and many of the
best informed men in the diplomatic
world have been convinced that it also
Includes possible contingencies In the
Far East. It is not indeed a new thing
for Lord Salisbury to make a secret ar
rangpinent with"continentnl powers
What Is unusual is the particular man
ner in which this Iresh compact has been
tnrniiif upon Europe. That balllei con
Anartlilata to Welcome l iiioia Goldman,
Nkw oiik. Oct. 24. the various
of 1S!)3 was being construed as meaning groups of anarchists in New York are in
he intended to aunnort McKinley in the a flutter over
Kehels Trralrd aa Guttata.
IIoso Komi, Got. 2::. The situation
at Canton is comparatively quiet. It
reported that the consuls have received
letters warning them of danger.
Refugees from II ui Chow say the
rebels are welcomed everywhere. They
take nothing without payment and are
treated as guests instead of as enemies.
Tlieit leaders are supposed to number
10, each commanding a separate band.
The one . operating in the How Long
hinterland is a mere stripling, but Is
everywhere successful. He is reported
to have defeated a large body of imperial
troops, killing lOOof the Chinese soldiers.
The surnames ol four of the rebel
chief's are F'ong, Ho, Ching anil Chan.
Cleveland la Noncommittal.
Thkntos, N. J., Oct. 23. The Tren
True American will tomorrow qtlote ex
President Cleveland as saying:
"I am not aware of having made any
statement justifying (he assertion that I
am going to support McKinley."
Mr. Cleveland drclined to make any
statement regarding his position, and tte
words quoted were in response to a sug
gestion from the reporter that a recent
letter ot his reiterating his financial views
then mado up his mind to kill her, so he
dragged her into the basement und
struck her with t tie poll of the ex.
An erroneous report yesterday was
that the girl was I ti years old and Vaughn
IS years, but it transpires that she was
only 14 years of aire, while hois nearly
21 years. He is a morose, stubborn, un
sociable young fellow,- subject to fits of
melancholy. He has been insanely in
love with this girl for two years past,
but sho paid no attention to him.
The district attorney filed an informa
tion in Justice Johnson's court, at Jef
ferson, charging Vaughn with attempted
murder, and his preliminary examina
tion takes place today.
Jefferson and vicinity is in a state of
great excitement over the terrible crime
and if Miss Jones had died last night,
the probabilities are the state might
have been saved the trouble of a trial.
Jefkirso.v. Oct. 24. Clyde Vaughn,
the murderous assailant of Lulu Jones,
was arraigned this morning before Justice
Johnson, charged with assault with a
dangerous weapon. He waived examina
tion, was committed to the county jnil,
and was immediately taken to Salem In
a carriage by Constable Klackwell.
This charge is preferred simply to hold
him, awaiting the result of the girl's
Miss Jones is still alive, but in very
bad condition, and it is thought she is
making a heroic battle for life. She has
sufficient consciousness to recognize
members of the family and talk a little.
bejan yesterday, wa? resumed today, in-
dieations are that it will be late tonight
before they can come to a definite con
clusion as to the manner of ending the
strike. There is a bare possibility that
the anxiously awaited announcement
will Dot be made public unlit tomorrow
The delay is occasioned bv com plication i
which have arisen through the dihorent
notices that have been posted. Some of
them are entirely srtlsfactory to th
laoor omciaif, while others in certain
particulars do njt comply w'tli tho de
in a ml a of the Scranton miner)' con
A new difficulty presented iteelf today
when the Lehigh and Wilkesbarre Coal
company posted a supplemental notice
at its collieries in the Hazleton district
to the effect that the company w ill pay
its men 2.'' cents additional on a car of
coal to make up the 10 pur cent increase
in wages. The notice says nothing about
abolition ol tho sliding sc;ile, nor does it
graranteo the payment of the Increase
until April. To tlie mineworkers these
are two vitul points. These notices are
the same as those previously posted bv
the company at its mines in the Wilkes-
larre district, where the sliding sciilo
lu what manner the Unit'od Mine-
workers. will overcome these obstacles is
not known. It is believed tiiat the strike
will be, declared off at the mines of the
companies that have complied will) the
resolutions of the Scranton convention
and that the contest will be continued
aainst operators who have not fallen in
to line. If thia action is taken, it is not
uulikely the railroad men will be drawn
into the contest to the extent of refusing
to handle the coal ol these companies
Ihe statement to be leaned will be
drawn by President Mitchell and will
not be given publicly until it has been
approved by the labor officials in conference.
Hay Will Endeavor to Get France and
Russia to Support the Principles
Set Forth in the Agreement He-
tweeu Germany and England.
much time and money and suffered s.
much that I h.id given up nil hopes of
recovery. I w.s so feeble from the
effects of the diarrhoea that I could do
no kind of labor, could not eveu travel,
but by accident I was permitted to find
ft bottle of Chamberlain's Colic. Pi,iiia
and Diarrhoea Kemedy, and after taking
several bottles I am entirely cured of
thtt trouble. I am so pleated with the
result that I am anxioua that it be in
retch of ail th ise who sutler as I have."
For sale by Blakeley druggist.
1'aullne liratke Humeri: to Death.
AsroKU.Oct. 25. Pauline Gratke,
the 2 year-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
John E. Giatketdied Ibis morning as a
result of injuries received last night.
The mother left the child in the sit
ting room while she went for a moment
to the kitchen. Scarcely had Mrs.
Gratke left the room when she heard
the child scream. Hastening back she
found the little one enveloped in flames.
Mrs. Gratke seised a robe, and wrapping:
it about the child, extinguished the
flames, though not until the little on
had been fearfully burned. Physicians
were at ouce called and the child was at
once placed under Ihe influence of an
opiate, and during the night she rested
easily. This mornini;. however, tho lit
tle one succiiui' t'd to the effects of the
t-hock to her system. The mother was
ulso badly burned end is prostrated
over the sad accident.
Young Kmperor Should Un In Control
Nkw Yokk, Oct. 24 W. A. H. Martin,
of tlie University of Pekin, who it at his
home here, said of thd China problem :
"The host remedy for the situation it
the re-establishment of theyoungemper-
ctnnot liolfi.ni I,, i ha ..u,,;ianiiarv. an 1 nr . who possesses li be ra and nrouretsi ve
the announcement that
Emma Goldman, the woman anarchist,
who has been engaged in a propaganda
throughout Europe for about a year,
will return to New York about tho
middle of next month. Her return was
hastened by the authorities stopping a
proposed international convention of
anarchists in Enro, at which the dif
ferent groups of "reds" were to have
'Ion, c. vt . raitoa at Moro.
Mono. (Vt. oTtr. r w (Tniinn
' - a.ts. lltlUi V . ... 1 . . ..... ,
Antoria, opened tho republican cam
Pin here last niirh't bv un addrets in
tilt DIIAr. 1 f i . - . . t
i - iiuiioo. ins uneaaer nrerrin-
a trim rr,l,H,.. i..i.i.. :n . ni.in
f - u i. n it 'i tiu.iyic it t I'lniiii
ey St vie. anil .nut rtlut 1 vnn tha
"tor nf tho I i: t
l-i. - 1
"Herrnnta.t II. l. i. i I
f ma rrmaraa ut imuh aim
Cntlnue( annlanaa TN.al.lanla from
almost aaarv miii. I fA..... ..n,.
Itetara nt Volunteer.
"Vaitert her it it atatad that the
r,t Installment of the volunteer rmy
1 I I 1. ka r.a M t I. la 1 ri --rtO
.,, , ,, r.,, . e ven their h eat on the "propaganda of
oneof two things will follow: Either , ,'. " . .
native Princes will divide the country
Albany, Oct. 24. Lulu Jones, the
little 14-year-old school girl who was
struck in the head with an ax by Clyde
Vaughn, the janitor 'of the Jefferson
public school building, is still living, -but
the physicians say she will not live long.
Miss Jones was well known in this
city and was a bright young lady. Her
sister is a teacher in the Albany public
schools. Louis Jones, of the Corvallis &
Eastern Railway, is a brother.
Keliel Kill Two Thouaantt Villagera.
Hoxo Ko.vo, Oct. 25. The governor
of Hong Kong has been informed that
4000 villagers in the Samtochonk-Kwti-shin
district were attacked by the rebels
at Tengkok. Tho villagers were defeat
ed and 2IHX) of them killed. The rebels,
who lost 400 killed, burned two villages,
containing 3000 houses. A forces of 2000
troops went to the assistance of the vil
lagers and engaged the rebels on Octo
ber 22. 1. No details of the result have
been received. General Ho, with 2000
troops has returned to Wong-Kong, hav
ing homed the villages of Schanchautin
or foreign powers will cut it up and rule
through native Princes. The latter, I
believe, would be the better of tho two."
Nltiiatli.il In outh China.
Cantos, Oct. 24. According to official
report", all the cities in the Hul Chow
prefecture are stili holding cut, the
rebels confining themselves to capturing
villages and slaughtering isolated hcdies
of imperial troopt.The rebels are actively
recruiting and are now estimated to
number 10,000. Theie bat been no
pitched battle. The Chinese general
commanding at Hul Chow it afraid to
leave the city fur fear of being cut off. I
Namiianii lltlna nf tlrnkfa Heart
deed," which tho counseling of violent i . .. . .,,
. ,, , . . i - . BosTox,Oct.2.. Rear-Admiral Smp-
measures Is called. American anarchists I ' ..... .
. , . . i .i ion sud regarding Lieuteunnt Ilnbson m
were to have been represented at the ...... . ... ,
Tama. M irlnn. nf Pan I . wmcn tie praiseii tun or.vrrv
Kranciavo; William and Lizzie Jones, of
Chicigo; Dr. Cohn, of Chicago, and
Meetings of committees are to be held
to arrange for an Itinerary for Kmnu
Goldman, who is going to deliver "an.
archist lectures" all over the Uuited
Statet when the arrives here.
Novel Maele la Honor ot Hooae.elt.
Nkw York, Oct. 24. One of the most
novel musical feature! ever attempted lo
this city ii being arranged for Friday
and skill of Admiral S.tin us'in, and said
ho was dying of a broken hcort :
"When Hobsnii was here he asked me
if he might lay something to the people
of hit section about me. I said he mittht.
I knew he would not say anything im
proper. Hobson li a fine fellow, who
performed hit doty well, and w ho nearly
lost bit life in doing to. He always
served me failhlully, and I take an
interest In him."
m.w i oiik, uci. Zo In lus response
to the British and German governments
regarding the Anglo-German agreement,
lays the Herald's Washington corres
pondent, Secretary Hay is likely to make
ami! her effort lo induce all the powers
to j iin in an agreement for the main
tenance of Ihe integrity of China and
the preservation of the "open door."
It is believed at Washington that
Fiti ce and Knssia will not decline to
jiiu in tuch a declaration, and in view
of the Ann! German n iieration of the
principles o: tho inttgrty of China and
tho "open duor" the London and Berlin
governments could hardly avoid assent
int. to such a proposal. Italy and Am
tri i. which have assented to the Anglo-Gi-tman
agreement, would of contee fol
io v the lead of the German emperor.
Ckui.in, Oct. 23. Germany has agreed
to .lapan'k proposal that the peace
n g itialions with China shall, for the
piesent, be entrusted to the foreign
representatives at Fekin.
0.nt v,0, t. 2,". The Chinese officials
li'iv ' plMcitded the Shetom district,
fcfr-ring a-n-ral hundred dollars reward
fo the h- adsi f f nir foreigners w h' are
ii l-; i-.d to he leading the rebels. The
rlci-crop ha failed in KwanirSih pro-
vii i " nnd ra sic i.ii!t.iiiig. I!e- box o07, The Pa! les
bi-lli. n .. ii.i him..': tht-ic .re nie.
Comes from Dr. I). B. Cargile, of
Washita, I. T. He writes:
I'om- bottles of Electric Bitters has
cured Mrs. Brewer of scrofula, which bad
aused her great suffering lor years.
ferrible eores would break out on her
head and ace, and the beet doctors
could give no help; but her cure is com
plete and her health is excellent." Thin
shows what thousands have proved.
that Electric Bitters is the best blood
purifier known. It's the supreme
remedy for eczema, tetter, Bait rheum,
ulcers, boils and running sores. It
stimulates iiver, kidneys and bowels.
xpels poisons, helps digestion and
builde up the strength. Only 50 cents.
Sold by Blakeley Druggist. Guaran
A Letter From the 1'hlllpplnea.
Under date of September 4-h, Private
Goo. W. Fender of Co. L, 4"th infantry,
writes from Liburanan, Philippine
Islands, to his father in this city fn part
as follows :
"The rainy season is no. v on and h
will have lots of it, to the unlives say,
until Christmas. The natives here am
a queer lot. They do little or no work
except in harvest time, when they inakn
enough nionoy to keep them during tint
balance of the season. It seems to be
hard for them to get used to the Ameri
cans. While they seem very friendly to
us they havo often proved to be ut heard
insurgents of tho rankest type. Our
boys have been in this town since Feb
ruary last and Ihe natives, when they
found we were going to be. changed t
another place, signed a petition to tho
general to I ave us remain here. So
yon tee we stand in good repute with
them. This is a very healthy placo.
Wo have not had a single case of serioni
sickness fines we came here. There is .
a corporal in my company name!
McMiinna, who enlisted at The Dalle
in Co. G, ;!1 battalion, and knows all
the boys. If vou should see any of "
them he nq uefits you to give them his
Nheeumen, Attention! Ilucka fur Male,
Having disposed of my breeding ewes
today, I have thirteen thoroughbred
Merino bucks for sale. These are choice,
large and in Cue condition, and w ill bj
sold cheap rather than keep them ver.
Inquire at Prospect Kuhch, on th
Deschutes divide, or of A. S. Hubert,
Clarke & Falk't flavoring extracts are
the bett. Ask your grocer for them.
t lie Iron 1 raile.
C'iavklami, O , Oct. 2i The Iron
Trailo Keview this week lays:
"With the election so close at hand, it
might be asmined that buying of iron
and steel would wait on the actual an
nouncement of tho resnit. As a matter
of fact, there has been an active market
in the past week, finished material be
ing in largest demand, while pig-iron in
tome selling center! hat been more
active than In recent weeks. - The plac
ing of contract! with the proviso that
they be canceled in case the result ii
unfavorable to buslnesi.or, more specific-
t lilnrai- l.i-nritinM-
Tliere is much tn he li-urnei'.a fter the
world captures China. M:iii, Mritits
believe thitt th- rii'r! i,s of gn .it vvi nts
i i niliciVt i! a mil! I lie in y mlerii o f I hat
great region of con nt rv, li ii Ii in.i v nut
he . beniytiteil ic if .'enirall sup
m)svi!. The preser ii t ion of trriipi. to
make use of one il 1 list i a t inn oft li ine
industry, in one of Ihe many thin.;:
that is only known in that country.
Miliioik have been spent in civilised
countries in futile attempta to pre
nerve thia fruit. The Chinese have
known the turret for many centnrie
and million more hnve been vainly
ud In the effort to drag from tliciu
the rrctpe. -