Hearst's International, Volume 11

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International Magazine Company, 1906

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Page 1119 - The provisional government hereby established by direction and in the name of the President of the United States will be maintained only long enough to restore order and peace and public confidence, and then to hold such elections as may be necessary to determine those persons upon whom the permanent government of the Republic should be devolved.
Page 1300 - Resolved: That in accordance with article X, section 1662, of the school law of California, principals are hereby directed to send all Chinese, Japanese, or Korean children to the Oriental Public School, situated on the south side of Clay Street, between Powell and Mason Streets, on and after Monday, October 15, 1906.
Page 1279 - could eat hog a solid hower"; old Master Gammon in "Rhoda Fleming," with his dumplings and cheering immutability; and, like every one else, I should add Mrs. Berry, too, but for one impossible scene between her and Lucy. Yet he belongs by right to another region, the region of the comic spirit, which, as he says in "The Egoist," deals with human nature in the drawing-room of civilized men and women...
Page 1119 - Alejandro Rodriguez, in command of the Rural Guard and other regular Government forces, and General Carlos Roloff, Treasurer of Cuba. "Until further notice, the Civil Governors and Alcaldes will also report to me for instructions. 'I ask all citizens and residents of Cuba to assist in the work of restoring order, tranquillity and public confidence. "(Signed) "WM. H. TAFT, "Secretary of War of the United States, "Provisional Governor of Cuba".
Page 1201 - The weight of this mercury is sustained by and exactly balances the downward pressure of the air upon the surface of the mercury in the cup. The height of...
Page 1119 - The courts will continue to administer justice, and all laws not in their nature inapplicable by reason of the temporary and emergent character of the Government will be in force. "President Roosevelt has been most anxious to bring about peace under the constitutional government of Cuba, and has made every endeavor to avoid the present step. Longer delay, however, would be dangerous. "In view of the resignation of the Cabinet, until further notice the , heads of all departments of the...
Page 1300 - Trustees shall have the power to exclude children of filthy or vicious habits, or children suffering from contagious or infectious diseases, and also to establish separate schools for children of Mongolian or Chinese descent.
Page 895 - ... the imperfections of the fundamental laws, which can only be modified by our imperial will. In short, the representatives of the nation have undertaken really illegal acts, such as the appeal by the Duma to the nation.
Page 1082 - Party politics, whether they be Democratic, Republican, Socialistic, Populistic, Prohibition, or any other, shall have no place in the Conventions of the American Federation of Labor.
Page 1162 - the utility of both iron and beton could be greatly increased for building purposes through a properly adjusted combination of their special physical qualities, and very much greater efficiency be reached through their combination than could possibly be realized by the exclusive use of either material separately in the same or in equal quantity'.

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