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2 ., . , TIIE OMAHA SUNDAY DEE: XOVrarBKTl7, 1909. , ,
Chinese Propose to Govern Themselves with Their New Constitution,
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CHINE SB COLLEGE! STTLTDKNT 8 OFFICIALS OT THTO FUTUKB.
of th principal provisions. The scheme gated the matter y. one In every 100 All voters must reside In the district for
In elaborate, and It provides for a thor- should be able to read, and during the more than one year. They must be able
ough reorganisation along modern lines, following year. If the school echeme Is to read and write, and must have their
There Is one great branch devoted to the carried out, one In every fifty should be family records unblemished. The franchise
reforming of the courts, and this Includes able to both read and write, while at the Is not given to men of bad character, nor
the establishment of law schools In every close of the nine years, when the first to opium users. It is forbidden to bullies
great city and at all the provincial capl- members of Parliament are elected, the pro- and criminals, and there are certain low
taU portion of literacy should be about ene to professions whose members will not be
Ar,tv,, kr.n,.h i. .lovnto tn th piftt- twntv. allowed to come to tne pons, m general
UNDKRTRABLtJ CITIZENS CRIMINALS ARB NOT ALWAYS ALLOWED TO Ing of a modern army, the steps of growth Tue new sohools'wlll practically create a Chinese will have a right to. the frati-
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KXND OF Miaf WHO ARffl RUNNING CHINA
ZSLt JITZ 'icati'ons. and any boy may hope' to be- that , both Germany and Japan the force ber, in these state legislature.. .n ad-1
,.,v. k rnt n o.rnn.er th. nrerrfttlnn the neoole for the nro, Mi,atl0n of a system of schools which hv .h. .hn..nn.. and th.ra are cm member f Parliament and to have of public opinion Is auch that the em- dition some twenty or twenty-nve Man-
term of thmiaands of the old Chinese two- "' jciuio ' lu "
This will be chus. It is probable that from these as-
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dospotlo empire of China is to ernors.' Including the opening of schools It Is the same with the changes to be fessors who are fitting themselve. to be- u.uWu the same in cnina unaer me new . j ' . member of the orovln- T,
become a constitutional mon- for the studying of self-government In the made In revenues and taxation. Every- coma moienl teachers. At the Urn. th. m of the press, for the right of publlo .tltutlon. Besidea, this first parliament In order to be a me ""r Vl
archy. It Is to have a national cities, market towns and villages. thing Is gradual, and In the end China will edlct was Bent torth 10.000 went to Japan ""embly and for freedom from taxation , but th6 oponln, wedge; and Its sue- clal .ssemblle. a man wUl "J"'"
Parliament and provincial as- During the second year members are to be as far advanced as Japan today and and spent about six months there fitting vftxeept by law. cessors may In time split the Imperial prl- " ioKitatune The can-
aasemblles Its people are to he elected to the orovlnclal assemblies, and will have all the government advantages themselves for the new education. The ; ' vllegcs Into fragments and leave In their
make their own laws and to learn to gov- n the, third they are to be organized and of other nations. most of these have returned, but there Emperor Will Still Rule. piaCe a republic. This seems a far cry, but caUonal ent(.rprige, for at ieaat ftve years.
cm mi'iiiaeiven. inn ruicia 10 una encui ln working order. j . (ii i , m n icnui. buiucuhub u.w iiiiuujnuui u wuuio ui mis now t-n- i 10 ,op have graduated from the middle schools
were sent forth more than a year ago by By the fourth year there will be a new t .tu,in studying ln Japan, and there will soon be stltutlonal program the power of the sov- . , , .ht.a nr , m,..t h.
the great empress dowager. Before that cod, of ,aw, and new courts, and In' the ... the neighborhood of 1.000 studying In erign Is respected. He will stand In about T ' .?T 1 I . . mtM. f .rt r . .i'red official who
V?tF Fanan'd 'y'tem - tli -TliSV.; f , f Ponton -hlch the mikado ho.d. .-r: Ve7- iTdiud by th. censor, j
a d In the movement, and ean Fang and force(1. composition of easy " ia wonderful evidence of the good ln Japan or th. kaiser ln Germany. He 1. fc , corre8pond t0 them ln or cashiered by the government. If he ha.
other eminent Chines, official, were sent Th xth year conUnuell th. preparation x mg modern ,?nM. Thl, yea; citizenship of th. Chines, that the Intro- to be th. commander of the army and tur ."cnTa ha. twenty- a capital of 15.000. and i. otherwise reapect-
to Europ. to .tudy modern method, of goy- of the for th. natlona, parliarnent, J " f publlshod. and the J"C of .chool. and the abollUon of the navy Md to hav. the right to declare war '"v,Z r.ach 1 ha" U own able, he may also be a candidate, but If he
r: . nr; :i rr: - th have gone forthgthPat they mu.t. IZll " -.H-. .!-. "8e" SK- be large or small an opium smoker or ha, evar been ,.
h.V. i. .V .r t w ..s ot tne eovernment revenue, ana expenai- m an schools. At the same time - ntnciM, a.u power uv.r mo .., ui accord
tures will be taken up,
tna change would have created a war In al- the peopie, with the right of pardon. He
modern schools are being started ln all
m.rht hnve a new cnnstlfu ion and a ni Th9 Allowing the ffielal. W..I ,ar(fe cities. Next year the same program , " tZ"ZTn7. .71 C" 111 " own nouseno.a At pre8ent
tlonal Parliament .l.ht vear from now. )6-ln to conalAeT tn lmPrlal to be pushed, and by 1512 it 1. expected " " " ' u. ' f th..r rlslrl ,na C" . "9 .'UmS ". IOr D Pking a
expenses; they will establish a Judicial there will be a publlo school In every vil- "V " " : " " purpose rrom tne treasury wunout rerer- gTaln
mm- piiBr Taw bureau and will begin to Issue certificates, lage and market town. Today the propor- ' ence to parliament. He has the right to ap- jts lsnnl
Since tlien the Chinese have been study
ing parliamentary law and preparing them-
In the ninth year the Imperial constltu- tlon of Chinese who can read and write Is
tion will be finally enforced and the lm- exceedingly low. The nation Is not an
Who May Vote la China.
ing to the number of its literary prison he need not apply. Furthermore, If
graduates and the amount of Its grain tax. n " eiectea ne win noi do auowea w ae-
Chlllll, the province ln which enna unless incapacitated ny nines xrom-
nd Tientsin are, pays the most ."rving. ( j
taxes and has the most graduates. ' ' 'i
bly will have 140 members. Chi- wnere a-cie "am vome. is.
point all official, and can degrade or pro- nese Turkestan and Hallung-Klang are the The new constitution is bound to b. of t
mote them at will. smallest, and each of them will hav. thirty, great advantage to the United State, and i
i-i ...ti.M... ..Ill u. 1 . .uaUn 1. ... .i.nn t. . n a rr iiinnnM ttti T T1 V. . maw ....ir.i.it. i r.1 J 1. . , r.nm Ih.M nrnvBlniii It wmiM BAm as vi...... ..ill kn... tin . -I rik.LlnnM 1 1 1 In a 1 .oaai ilAirr in al fnmlrn luivm -
.tim, ..u.i.. it, . 51 at Peking. doubt whether ten men In 1,000 can read qualification, of voters. All election, are though the parliament would . have little Shantung ha. 100. Honang M and Shansl 88. It will bring about the reorganisation of .
ganizea aenaung socisues in every part oi . . ..... . m n inn v,n v,., inti. k& v v.u.. .- . ni,,,.u. .v.n .1 . v.... t. v ....k. . ,i v, ..m v. i m o.... hnuin... mr,A trxin nnA win ymA r .
X Li la 1 Ul HU BJ VUU111V Ul uui a. 1C1T uu niiivi wm, mva " .. . . i w ... . m vw v. wbm.w, uu m u.m.v .IWta lini Jiw" . j w .h uiuii. w ... v,mui AllUfCUisi UJi7i will w A,ui. iiiii"jew iiivui ..w, - -v .
v ."' . large number of Chinese students going j
abroad. The most of these will be sent !
to either Japan or the United States. Hun- I
dreds 'wlll coma to our country,' especially ;
as by the scheme adopted for th.- use of
the Boxer Indemnity which we returned
to China a large sv,m la to be contlnouJv I
the empire, and they are now discussing
the chief feature, of western civilisation.
Many of the governor, have established
school for this purpose and are educating
their subject, along constitutional lines.
The viceroy of Nanking, who rule, about
100,000,000 on the lower Tangtse Kiang, ha.
appointed lecturers, wTio are giving nightly
talk, on modern constitutional government,
and many of the cities of hi. dominion have
assemblies where the people come together
every week to discus, what they .hall do
when allowed to vote.
The same movement Is going on here In
north China. Tientsin has It. constitutional
debating societies. It has organized mu
nicipal councils and the city father, are
Successful Experiments in the Field of Electricity
Kleotrle Locomotives. head conductor through an air-operated compartment back of the explosive charge easy. Various way. of hatching eggs artl- at speed. They are concrete tanks, 6x9x12 spent in educating tninese ooys in Amer-
HE first of the giant electrlo -overhead contact shoe, of which there are contain, th. Hertzian controlling lnstru- flclaily have been used, but evidently elec- feet, filled with water. ca. Tang Shao XI took over the flrat In-f
lomomotives that will draw the two on each locomotive. The new loco- menu, sufficiently affective to act even trlclty provides the best way . of getting ' stallment of students last year. One bun-:
train, of the Pennsylvania rail- motive Is of steel construction throughout at eight to ten kilometers (five to six close to nature's conditions. The principal Wlrelese Steering: of Motorboat. dred more are to be sent over ln 1910, and)
road through that company's and each section has the usual bell, sand- miles) from the transmitting station. advantage of electricity Mem. to be that According to the Frankfurt Gazette some fifty more each year for thirty year, there-j
tunnel, under the North and box and whistle. The latter Is blown by The two masts carrying acetylene lights It provides a way for maintains a con- successful experiments were recently car- after. This means that for the next gen-f
East rivers to the new ter- air. . serve to show the position of the torpedo tant temperature. rted on at Nuremberg by the firm of Wlrth, eratlon China will always have 200 of Its
mlnal ln Manhattan arrived In the at every moment, and Indicate every This Is accomplished by the "electro- Beck & Knauss In steering a motor boat brightest young men ln the States. They ;
yards at Long Island city last wook, Wireleaalr Controlled Toroedo ' change In Its 'course. To show what is plane,", the most Important features of by means of wireless telegraphy. At the will be studying American institutions,
attending night schools The same I. true ww soon ue pui io ma lesi oi me ' going on insiae, me lorpeao lamerns nave "i uonw- . i ewsucoiva uvam I'mwi .igni-nuusa on ine ihkb iney erecieu ine umiwiiB muci iwm n iimo emu uuuuni ubi.ii
of Hankkow and other place, farther west trial run"' Thl" flrst nlachln designated 'scribing the trials of the Qobet wire- been aispoaHi about to flash signals ln at the top of the Incubator, metal bound antennae, and on the bridge they installed here to favor America. for China in its'
.. ,n . nf r,ln. ,a ,h. 1V.. . . ' No. J.9S8. weights 300,000 pounds, and there' y controllel automatio torpedo, the j,uch a manneP that the operator, placed and electrically heated by a heating coll the transmitting apparatus. On the boat foreign relations.
as wen a oi tamon ana me oiner Dig . ,,., nw. . Scientific American says that in the ex- i . . .w. un.larnaath It ihrnnirh whlfh la nannil .1,. ... . .... Tnit .k., . rhin. .in.ni Tk.
centers of the south. Indeed, this whole
of New Tor. 1 torpedoes from a small boat about 100 receiVea waves registered by its lnstru- which, by the expansion and contraction of jn the forepart of the boat, and In the now on It will serve as a steady leaven
Each locomotive la capable of 4.000 horse nle"!r tJ- ") aiaiani irom tnem. con- ments, the lanterns show signals to lndl- .trip, of metal used, .breaks ahe circuit stern was the .witch and electric steering of Americanism In the dough of the olds
, 1 rri..t. i. , . - Peiiment. On the banks Of th fipl n a an- .... - ... . . . . . A. . .rr.nl tmm an n.lln.ru lltfkllnff l.nlf . i . ... , i i- . . ..... u.. I .1 1 .... .u ... '
.,!,, i i . tum. . ... .ii..,..i BBiiuwt liuiiBiiubuuii, a .icir Bin. win vvw ' iiaiuro KiL ins Qircciiuns receivea VY me ? ..au...a uuriovn ie in neignL turn iiiirictsn i iuiii vl b.ui. iuucuuiiij ino muai
nation is in me mroe. ot an intellectual deavors have been marta tn pnntrnl ih. . . .. .. . . i. .w.. i. . ,i,m.... L . .. . c j.j '
and social revolution and that mlrhtv m uioimuo umiii a uajr in ana oui - - lorpeao. in snort, every ume me lorpeao " "-""-u" ni.uw . apart, i ne receiving apparatus was iittea proiimuio wurit uncn dhui bvbt uia. r roiu .
body poll (.to which we know as th. Cer
, power, about triple that of a big freight fining a plant for producing Hertzian cata the direction of the torpedo. If these when the temperature reaches the de- Kcar In the course of the trials the boat Chinese empire, working for the interests;
How China. Woks it locomotive, and could pull a heavy freight waves. The torpedo motor was started gigns lead the operator to believe that Blred hlh Plnt and makes contact again was ma(j to describe curves to the right of our country ln the formation of the'
But let me tell you about this constltu- traln l 0,0 rate of ,lxtjr mlles an hour- 'topped at will, and the rudder the waves come from the enemy, he does when temperature drops. By this ar- or iefti to lUrn sharply ln either dlreo- new.
It ln history. The ruler, of one-fourth ot
Ther. la nothing ilka Some of tn0 atatuiUca of the members turned ln every direction at the will of the what j, necessary, to rectify the course of rangement the temperature can be reg- tlon Tne object of the tests was to prove Under the new constitution there will'
iliera IS nomillg llaa tn.i.i.i . man In Ih. . . . . . . .... . Tl,. haat . . . . 1
tne torpedo, ana ne nullifies tne disturbing - - - - tnat it was posstDie to transmit signals to do an enormous aemana lor machinery .
are: Weight, 186 tons; weight of electri- man ln the boat.
Is continuous and there Is no smoke or an intermediate point, and thence, as dl- and the other necessities of our western J
smell or lamps to tajte care of. rected by a shore station, to control the civilization, and this should aid America'
In the London Zoo electrlo light is used Bteerlng gear on board a vessel. ln its efforts to furnish them. There will?
to Imitate sunlight to make the birds be a demand for teachers, engineers and
teed earlier.- A flood of llzht Is turned on Telenhonra lire anil A hm, A ... ...
B no W ... mmiitvi miu ui nil ituiua, auu u jar as, i
. I . . 1 . . i I . . ,i vua auu.mv m VUirCHUU IUOIIUU1 Ilia tlU man XltlieS III- fr.nri.hn a rnnmwrAA llnnl. ... m
but a progressive movement which will drivers fourteen tons; mechanical shock tended to float. The lower shell Is 8 5 tKU.,rlj, ,ha hi r.a. Timea . Th. t ir.t w"k up- nop abo,,t "' boKln to faed- atltulea a comparison between the ue of the call. Even now the Chinese students T
I . -a a . t . aaa. Tha i m n.mm,m.A f
the world suddenly resolve to give up their maxlmum draw oar pulIf .000 pndsj mainly of a large cylinder terminating '
power and allow their subjects to govern nKxlmxim ,.,, undel. ,oa1 uty l0 )n two cones and forming the lower part Nature Fakl-TEkectrlclty.
co7"bood nSa5lniSuygurat.t IkZut a ":en,ty hour: dlameter of drlva the apparatus Some distance above, ThrM recent lnvtntlon. for th. produo-
cold blood and inaugurate it without a whaeli sixty-eight inches; diameter of about LB meter, (five feet), there I. an- Uon aDniie.,lon ot .i.etrlcltv show
ravo utinn. Tt la not a iniuimniin affnrt. . t. . . uon "a application or electricity show
uuvk wiiocii, uiirtjr-sia uicnei, wcignt on u i u ri ni in 1 1111 i.y i uiu rr only smaller ana in-
-r, .--r -"u" - ""'"-- me can. oven now ine uninese etuaenu ' i
A gamester In London In this way takes telephones ln Europe and their use ln who were sent to the United State. In! V
th. fountain head of everything . " " - America, in Europe, wnn a population ot isro to be educated there are amon the(
The other two .eem to .how up on'y at SU"riS- .T.?ey to " 400.000.000. he say. that only 2,300,000 InMru- fading official, of the empire. The do
take almost a decade. It is to be started without Injury, 600.000 pounds; length over meters long (thirty-one feet). The two
at once ln every nart of the em Dire, and Is all. alxtv-fiv fnat- whaai h rirtv.aiv ih. ra..nri inii, k . ....
so systematically planned that it will lit feet. vnv iimni itaai iuh fnnun Ruiri.. tk.u suns rajs.
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iiiB- w .i.iuiiu-yca ..uu.u.ia . .ao In pll. or u- (reat power and slse.iwo omer snarts. ratner large in diameter, electricity as a master hand In the busl- ..u...MC. i - b..o ...i..u ments were in service in January 1,'lUls not hold the highest positions, but they
their own laws and to practically control the operation of the locomotive will be by "tart from the lower body, extend be- MM of nature faKina: The second uses It "un"'ht ,s turned on' th 0-ua11 wak8 up year, whereas ln this country, where the ar close to the top and are really doing.'
their own government the simplest and easiest of methods. None yond the float, and form two rather short , ,ol,. ..... fc' , .wl wl,, and feed, according to their habit and population Is not far from 85,000,000, nearly the work of the new China. I meat mn.'
- .... a, ...... i . vw " .ii..ii"iB .ft,, a lima ha lltrht ia tnrnait off and th . ... , , . . . "
ui mo maju power paasea mrougn vn inai nwia. n.m.un unt i tneas carries ,ng an ... third to fake the llsrht of day i.vw.wu laiciinuiics were empioyea on mat uates of Yale. Harvard, Dartmouth and
the giant of modern progress, ln the person switch slmlliar to a telegrapher's key oper- by a copper wire.
or tne mmaao, arew duck nis mauea u.i "t ''-i iwyueuuimu svuuiibiu.., niwm aucn i uivmou intu nvsm jnventlve genius ih New York City
and .watted the Bleeping nation ln the and by the pressure of a finger the engineer compartments, having each Its particular hafJ mad- diCOVery that enables him to plump for mai'ket-
y.. It grew as th. European power, stole can get a. much power as is used by a use. The first compartment Is situated aather electricity from the rays of the sun
piece after piece of Chinese property along """
m somewhat smaller numbt.r than three t nava f0Und several Chinese official, who
Alia mi J 111 O uiuvQUltlUb 1BI IU1CIHU11I, Ul II lO luajn DUWCT UUOCa LI1TUU 1 El tilO TDiuvftl n.BWBia. uauil UIIO Ul 111 BBB ctrnH m ... . . , . ... .... . m m
It began during the war with Japan, when controller, which la nothing more than a an. acetylene light. They are connected .wic .. nuaii or aimiiar .am. hi'rn. . neS . ' . .. . y date- 11 Pointed out that England had other eastern colleges here and there: and "l
, . . J... . " - m somewhat smaller numbt.r than three
ine lower sneu is aivioea into several . i.,i. x. . . , j. - - r- t American cities comoinea isew lorn Wi,- were educated ln California, and othar
186), Chicago (184,922) and Boston (more parts of the west. There were about forty;
man iww. r ranee maae a lar less lavor- gtudents taken over ln 1870, and others'
Power for Cascade Taaatel. able showing (194,159), and Austria is have gone from Unit to time since then.j
the .eacoa.t. and it wa. already strong The electrlo locomotive of the new Penn- cnarge and controll. a warhead similar ,t can b, turned on Qr off nd . f Northern craltea wltn only - Italy. Belgium In addition to the 800 paid for by the In-J
when the Boxers rose In rebellion, and the .J'lvanla typ. I. Hunt ln two .ectlons, o me warneaas fr an present-aay tor- ,lKht; neat and -r th ,am. a f u rajiwav m.kel lt. wav ,hrouh the Cascade na un8a-y are each said to nave rewer flPmnity fund, many others will follow by
armies of the west caused the flight of the which look like great steel aabln. on pedoes. which produce explosion on con- wer produced by artlficiai means. It Is ,. , m L. .nnn.A fr telephones than St. Louis, Pltt.burg or forca of examp so that the number will
empress dowager from Teklng. The humll- wheels. There Is an operating outfit In act. w hue an ordinary torpedoes carry calIed th. electrlo generator'' and ooeratlon bv electricity and the olant has lrranclBC0- probably be 600 or more. In 1907, before this,
latlon of China ln being forced to kotow to cacn nd' that no turning U necessary only seventy to 100 kilos of explosive (154 to transform8 th(J electrclty that lies ln the been put Ib service with four three- Th6 ejtPlaatlon for thls remarkable dlf- fund began to work, we had M0 Chinese!
tor tor th
in the forepart. It contains the explosive
The electrlo locomotive of the new Penn- charge and controlls a warhead similar
and bottle it ln storage batteries, so that
Ge.-m.ny for th. killing of Baron Ketteler 'u.u"""." T r.r'"""-.' Bun" " ,nt 'op commer- pha8. omotlves each weighing 115 tons, ".T. " .7.,,.. '.I. 'tUdenU relBt.ered at th rab"' J
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a a. aiiuiia iiupii iuviu ilb iiiuuci uibb- .... ... ... vmi v, o . . .
tlon. The victory of the Japanese over the
Russians was another, and now the com
mon people, the gentry and the officials
tlnctlve arrangement of Westlnghouae fric- destructive effect.
rlth four 600-horsepower
tlon draft gear and levers, so that th.
Times Is that on his side of the Washington. Of these only forty-nine had?
e telephone service Is controlled ueen sent over by the Imperial government,.
leading section effectually pilots the rear combustion motor operated by gasoline,
one.1 This obviates all necessity of turn- a decided novelty. Compressed air, as
i ns nrimarv ui I r,r ... i. . . , . , i ... . i ......u . ' 1' " " - . uoru arm uvrr uv 1 11 lniutsriai kuvwuiuciii.!
The Gaget torpedo contains an Internal .,.. ,, ,.' ".K... ,k. ' V " . by the national governments, while here It and the others were nrivate students, fur-
iiuiii int. , . , , . ... ...... , : . .
inches long made of an alloy of several tunnel, where a ' 400-foot dam, varying In " been developed by private enterprise. nl8hed wlth money by their Parents. If;
nmmnn . . a . 1.1.1. .... . t. - .... . "It Is conceivable," coniiiienta the New the aama ratio be Dreserved. China should!
.... --- - -. lnf lna engine, a. it run. equally well in now used ln torpedo motors, may supply . . . ..... . . - . - york Times, "that within certain limits have SCO students when the Indemnity fund
giantess 1. sleeping no onger She ellher airuciioa ul M manIpalalln, lever. powerful engines, but th. radius ot ac- fining "ill air h?ed bv th. .u Th." n!!" M' T? enefItln h" the theory fit. ,h. facts, but without any ' Z ,oZ Indemnity fund
lied her dry bone, together .nd ha. ,r, dupllcated ,a each section. A decided tlon 1. very limited. Th. speed of torpe- ?! " V nnl "".1 k . 7 . qualification It is likely to mislead. Gov- This mean.That during the 5xt genera
from her eouch with her a.moni lmprovem.nt In the "Pennsylvania" typ. doe. thus operated reaches thirty knots, or ' e' t, 'Jw." D.n; 1 lJJ' ernmenta. management may Impose re- tiJJ of ChTne-Vwllle JuL'd
ductors of heat, light or electricity, and It i 7 r-r nt fnr two .ml thre.-fourth. miles, ornmentai management may .u.uu ro. tio ,nou,aas of Chinese will be educated
is placed so that It will be In the shade the whole electrified section being about """""" " In the united mates ana tnat they will
ber great soul-for great the soul of China of drivers and the benefits secured by its Ventilation is effected by means of a X 7 . . "! " mumam tn no1" f'o "ecuon oeing aooui bu.,nemm m Kurope but other ln- J V
really la-ah. 1. casting about to find portion. Th. motor 1. located high up from large b'ow.r. sltuat J aft. between the C, Jh. rod form, part foUr mile., and on account of th. grade it lZ. bi"l. tWrtZ from such Control frm """ Ur. '""I f t''"
where .he 1. at." and how she shall take .h. roadbed, secure from o, dirt and mofor and the chamber Containing Iht Tba t.Vy " " ""'V' TT' ' -" ..1. U W Uc.'n'Vrrtl wll 'rZTJu
ber mighty part In the work of the world, water, and space limitation, ar. largely ora, bateiea The motor Is located t. ' , . ..... all four locomoUve. may be required upon American, are In . f'urop C" """ t- ' hey will
Amoved, in It. design It poase lee- , t compartment af, of th. torpedo, en- , h..,.U u T T B .'"f f th '1 i" T il" 'T' "'"r hurry ZlwU their busln... ""J" b! '- managers
The Constlt.tlo.al Pro.r.m. trlcal features never before secured on an tir.lv anarai.n from th. .ni..v. rh.r rod and heat" u O'Werence in tempera- and eight and one-half feet In diameter. . . . . and manufacturers, and when they g.,
electrlo locomotive. The single motor
ture Is produced between It and the other Of this 11,000 feet Is composed of wood
I na inrnnin 11. , tup ,na nr.fl.nl uvnuri.
wa. dl.cu.d In connection with IJ Hung 'h'- w'lhout a4 l ment d-velop. thirty horse-power. It ha. .VmUt.a by th wre. th.n..or.!. IT '.T . r . Za unt. for a good deal. Telephone service
Chang befor. hi. death. It wa. finally laid welht nd - the largest railway a motor with eight cylinder, arranged In fi''' 'to 1. . 2 T !h TJLTJJ LnA .ZZt " han ab"-d- but
out by ,h. great dowager, assisted by "a tot lTtorT T Z.T muS frd TT. ZZTr iTxX ?? f
Shlh Kal. Chang Chi Tung and other lead- P enough for a J0 hor.e-power multiple- , , multiply the number, of ally Increase to seven-eighths-inch bands In Pay -handsomely to save time. Besides,
ing officials. Wu Ting Fang. th. Chines. Th main control apparatus Is In a bulk- cylinder motor, which I. necessary to lm- rod-P con.ee"uy th. amount of en- thl n" ddl. . on. '"nc at th.Tower ,d" "' """"y th WrthH.c of the tel.-
minister at Washington, had to do with it, ,lBad ,or' ot arrangement centrally located part to th. torpedo th. estimated speed of q ' mount or ,paL,"' utJ2 to two Pl'on"
n-.riv averv .oi-.rnor .nil virflv ..n. o that ther. are ample passageway, along twenty knots, or about thlrty-.lx kilo- iK a . ' . . wner tn PaLln"" " decreasea to io
and nearly eery governor and viceroy sent . . .... T . . , The device now In use cons tits of a Inches. At one point the pipe passes for . .
In suggestions and advice In th. form of h,e de"' At on end " ,oc'ed lh" m'.,n . T , 1' C" fam "'"' to a window ..sb with 0 feet through solid rock, and T near th. ,r K" ' rrU"
memorials. Th. plan, brought back by '' TIZ'Z TT.h! iT"? . . ! "'T. 'xteen - la- "- S U c.r-d across th. river on steel "h.rl W. Mome. formrr Ice Wing and
Tuan Kang and hi. associates from Europe Jb. airbrake. In the oraUng end of the the prea.nt condition., that 1. to say w,,h , .ty.one plu,., whOM tu ar. . H undarn.b a yxvfoot riveted steel mlhionalre. will not have an unendurable
.....,., . .u.-.. . locomotive there Is a Weatinghou.e brake a thirty borse-pomer motor. This ballast , ,h. .., mabl , . a.a " .... , life In the fedvrel prison at Atlanta. He
local, provincial and national government
valve for high speed brake operation, and represents the difference between the
also the engineer's controller, by which weight of an electrlo motor with Its storage
It Is claimed that enough electrical en- expansion between bridge and pipe Is taken
ergy can be gathered by this device to up by roller bearings at one eod. In the
tWO daVS Of Sunklhin. to llaht an ..rill. r.var Hstnaa Ih.r. ... tarn rnrtv.lan.lmh
re- combustion motor developing this power. nar houMa tar . ,. , ,.... v lrKi..a. ., i,nH.,n..i
vara, lavar on . at am locnmotlva. Th. f3abat AinMti to attain a tan.knnt ana . .
h . i. . . -.-... ana laJlIS ror V ... r. A n .ufnmatla ma.han. .!,. an Rlnr. hvilr.utlr? Bni'.rnnra
in. or was pro- controller la really a switch oneratel hv with the thirty horsa-nower motor ha wtll . , ... . ... .... eak from the Irris.ir, lilnary cuntaiiunK ruliiuM wiih i,.lm. in
.. . . ... . . - - - .am it ii i iiir ina niii.rv . nan Bna aim .. i..niv.rnni nr.iiirni wura ,11111 a . . ... . . .-. - - ........ ...
oecaing in every provinoe at tne lime or .1 . ..i x. .,,. . , .1. ...iin.!..,- - . - - - in vium-a. lie ni n. aiinwea in rr
.. . ... . ... . . . . r . .-.-.. -a ceases 10 snine ana oinuis It no at .mi a ...tin haal of 9JO faat. This, ara Klrnl v
back to China their machinery and other!
su plies wtll be ordered from the estab-l
llshments which they hav. kuow la the'
Opaataa. for T( Asaertraaa.
ln the meantime the Chinese feel so
frii-ndly to u. that there should b. many
openings for young Americans. Foreign
ers will have to Ix- employed In th. reor
ganization of the government and In th-i
building up of new Industrie. Within a
frw years China must have a large font
. la I J frW 1 a.. . S am. t
... .-m uub. i..- i. ...i ui .ur.a .a ,u ,lw.trical manlpulaUou Is secured, batterie. and the weight of the Internal
me a,u,. 01 ,n. ....p.e.s aow.g.r in j.u- correspond to the throttle and
gust, l'-rua, aim m. people st once Degan to
put them tnto action.
may write letters to family and friends,
subject to supervision of the prison au- of civil, mechanical and mining engineers
thortties. Once In two ha may i- It will ned metallurgists, chemist, an-v
.nd- ..'..okin. '" W..I probably ..tab-'
lowed a certain number of books earn ''" national banks and a news system of
half dosen prov-
toive inasazinrx. Ixwiks. alul lit a huat'i s K
connected to 1000-kw. UO-ampre Gen.ral from friends. He will hm -acivvti Ino Umt eiulsrd, and as for Its railroads, thousand
hatch- Electrlo alternators. Two direct-csjrrent " " ' f""",u'" or 11.11. s or new ine. are already pro-l
""" iecxrru .ii.iu.iuiBu iiniai,iii 1-barlv conaiatent Willi Miaou r.llra as .
..... !.. ' ' 1 1 . . . . 1 .. ...... .... 1 . .am.. ... u. ... , . . . .. ..... , 1 .. .. Iwl.il .ml miii a h.yr liark la hulni. Is 1.1 I . f
wa , i . , , i , ... ...,l,,,.....l ... . a . - . , v wivw. WBBBta.BU jutn..BBi. - aviw w .ns Bl. otfliavr. 1 1 1 1 1 1 v . 1 .yn I Mini - " .....
was mat tne. constitutional reform, trolley care. The electrlo .upply will be Th. third compartment of the torpedo Man inri m.i it wm.M k- b.i. ....... .. a .. i.,,k bai.avi..r a. i.uni.i.r.l hv .i.m,. i difrr.m ..n. ik. .n,,.i.a ti... -hi'
hould be .till carried on. Th. prince re- .ecured from an electric conductor, or third contain, a .mail stora-e battery. This vantage to InoreaM the output away be- victor wheel under lnvfoot h.ad furnUh f'"di " r. ';nr dT guri.i.i.t opening, for s hool t.ach
gent ha. announced himae f n favor of raU. by four conUt.-t .hoe. on each loco- U not Intended U drive th. torpedo, but yond hen hatching poaatb.utl... But th. -arfUug currt. There are in the plant ;:'V.1, "'j1 'U; and colkg. prof.r and ale. op4
" " mouve. i some points wnere me gTeal " ""r nipe maneuver nature faker, found that the old baa (wo Urge water rbeoetate. the funcUoa of io IMt.net la a big Ham- M. win portunlli.s from private capital for epa-i
f-- numoer or iraca .witcnee wm not permit me am. knew her business mighty well and that which U to abeorb esceaa eurrent geoeraud -- - CilUl. in ail modera tiiduatries.
Bin. year Th. first year U devoted to this, power will be secured from an over- Haa wave, acting on .pedal device.. Th. to Imitate th. way. ,f nature w.re not B, u, uutixa are running dwu grade .tje'tn hVp laTb-lith. - JllAKK U. CJUU'-Jll.
the dettths of the great dowager and em- whlch can mov.d wlth one th- , the SuO boree-power motor, on which hen the sun's rays touch It again
peror last November, and on. of th. fi.st ansi.r can admt to th. locomotive a be relle. to obtain th. twenty knot, that Th. businesa of the old ben la
proclamations of the new administration current equal to that available tn a hundred he consider, .ufflclent eoeed. iug chicken. 1. satisfactory, out
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