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SALISBOY S VIEW
Of the Advantages of the Arbitra
SOKE OOMMUnS OH TEE "HSW
Who Haa a "Xle Utile Way" with Bllaa af
Worrytmat the Pile of the ahlp of State,
1 Who, Bis Lortt.hlp TMaha. WOl
Find the Treaty a Oi; - InrldmU of taw
Openlnc af Parllameat Uaewa Victoria'.
London. Jan. 20. The queen's speech,
which was read at the opening; of parli
ament yesterday, declares the forelan
relations of Great Britain friendly:
refers to the Turkish massacres and the
steps taken by the powers to rut a
stop to them; says that an arbltratl.in
treaty has been arranged with the
lunor! of sat.isdurT.
United States artins as a frirn-1 of
Venezuela fur the settlement of the
Otiiana boundary qU'Stion. "v.hlch I
trust will eff. i t an adjustment of the
controversies without ixi'?ii!K to riskj
the interests af any of the colonists
whose establish. -d rights are In the dis
putcl territory." Her maj'-rty refers
with much gratification to the general
arbitration treaty with the United
States and hopes it may commend It
self to other powers. The distress In
India is referred to at length and with
loniftlr I ... -1 nt ion To Ttr Presented.
As to legislation that will presented
the first noted is supplies to make the
defense of the empire more complete.
The speTh concludes with referring; to
the proposed bills for the relief of vol
untary schools, employer" liability. add
in?: to the efficiency of the military de
fenses, to establish an Irish board of
agriculture, and various commercial
bills. Including the exclusion of gjoods
manufactured in foreign prisons, and a
bill to establish reformatories for ln
ebriater. Th" feature of the reading of
the speech In th commons was that
John Dillon kept his hat on during th
reading, while every other member sat
uncovered. In both houses the Anglo
American arbitration treaty was a sub
ject of congratulation on the part of
Salisbury on the Arbitration Treaty.
Tn the lords th" Marquis of Salisbury.
Conservative leafcr, replied to the crit
cisms of th Liberals on certain portions
of the speech nrd then turned his at
tention to the arbitration treaty con
cluded between Oreat Britain and the
United States and said: "I cannot speak
as freely as I desire on the arbitration
treaty because it has not boon ratified.
But I do not think there Is need to ex
pend much effort In convincing Ird
Kimberly on that subject. H probably
agrees with me as heartily as anybody
concerning the advantages such a treaty
may confer, and I am bound to say I
am picking up the thread which "fell
from his hands about two years ago. I
can only observe that you must not
think we are indulging in millenlal an
ticipations if we hope that something;
will le done by the treaty of arbitra
tion to diminish the risk of war.
Advantage of Soch a Tre-.ty.
"I do not say it will remove the great
est risks of war. I do not say it will
restrain a Napoleon or a Rlsmarck. But
diplomacy is full of an Infinite number
of small differences which are caught
by the people and press of both coun
tries, and if they are written upon, ex
aggerated and enlarged, they tend to
diminish the friendship between the
countries and give birth to a felling; of
alienation and resentment. The power
of going immediately to a tribunal to
settle these things will prevent a pro
cess ro injurious to the good-will of
nations, especially between two nations
who understand each other, unfortu
nately, so well that If we are not friends
we should be enemies.
MAKES RKMARKS A HOI T VIRGOES.'.
Who Are GiTen to Making Tronble for the
Pilot of the m .nr.
"But there is still a greater advan
tage in the existence of the arbitration
system, and that arises from the pre
eat nee of popular institutions in most
of the countries of the world, nhT'
there are ministers who govern and
members of parliament and others who
criticise them; end this lody generally
contains one class of whom I desire to
speak with all respect. They re known
popularly as jingoes." They are very
patriotic, and their warmth of - - -
Jsm sometimes clouds their appreciation
01 ueiuns. jjui awany exist in all coun
tries, and you will always find that one
ot the principal subjects which pre
occupies the minister is how to furnish
an account of the matter which is aatls
factory and soothing to this very excit
able portion of his critics.
"'It is my belief that a well-workinir
arbitration system will prove an Invalu
able bulwark to defend the minister
from such criti ism. It would be Im
possible to accuse him of trifling with
the honor of the country or surrender
ing a substantial advantage If he could
say that lv had submitted the matter
to an Impartial tribunal and. unfortu
nately, the decision had been against
him. It is Impossible not to feel that
the ministers could negotiate with
freer hand rnd more determination If
they were alsoluteIy secure from den
ser of such interference.
"I do r.ot say this with reference te
our country, because here, leas than
elsewhere. Is a minister's hand forced
by such." Lord Salisbury then dwftt
upin the increasing military buret aal
of the countries of the world and the
danger that the nations would rush Into
war in order to end their raffertnga.
tie concluded by uyinc: -1 do Dot smy
aawaassaSv ' - J&tw . i
aaawaaaavae'wha BSa apa.
that ea arbitration system will end this:
but while the coil la growing It la oatr
duty to make an effort to devtee Borne
system which will In some chant, be e
Ftatatitute f r this ruinous necessity,
and which will apply 10 public law
that remedy v hlrh was applied to pri
vate war centuries ago.
"I believe that the measure that are
have taken win be principally" of value
In this, and will lead 10 other measures
of the same kind. And are, er inner
who Same after us. will have the e1
vartae of seeing the necessity of rase,
armaments gradually disappear before
the growth of that which we come,
within 1 he hounds of our own nation,
to consider a necessity of elvtltsrd life;
namely, the substitution of judicial
decisions for the dread of arbitrament
of the sword.
"I hope this effort, small as it Is. win
be successful, and that those who eome
after us will have the happiness at
carrying a similar effort to aneuually
successful conclusion In future days'"
The premier's closing sentences were
greeted with prolonged cheers.
Touching upon Ihe eastern uestton
the premier aald Ihe powers were do
ing their utmost to bring about reme
dies by which the sullen empire might
be saved. They had generally acr .
he added, thai If the massacres con -tinued
pressure would have to be ap
plied. It was his own conrlrtlon that
unless some very essential reforms were
adopted the doom of the Turkish em
pire could not be much longer post
poned. RECTOR CONATY INSTALLED.
Cardinal (;ihl and P.nsl tVleeata
Met tin. Ill Ivrwal.
Washington. Jan. :o Very Rer.
Thr ma J. Const y. T. D.. was yesterday
Installed as rcct. r of the Roman Cath
olic University of America. It was a
notable event In the history of Ihe Insti
tution and drew together a distinguish
ed as-inH;.e. of 1 htin hm-n and edu
cators. Cardinal Gibbons. In his scarlet
robes. hadi-d the procession across the
-diversity grounds to McMahon hall lb
waa accompani. d by Mgr. MartlnHli.
the papal mt mmmtrnX and a number f
visiting clergymen, including Arch
blshlps Klder and Ryan, and Rlshops
Bevan. Donahue and Far!, y.
During the opening address Cardinal
Cibltons said: If I had the privilege of
modifying the constitution of the Unit
ed States I would not ; unge or alter
a single paragraph, e single line, or a
single word of thai Immortal Inslni
nvnt. The constitution Is admirably
adapted to the growth and expansion of
the Catholic religion, and the Catholic
religion Is admirably adapted to the
rcnius of the constitution. They Bt to
gether like two links In the same chain. "
Chlmay Will .. 1 a tilvorer.
Charleml. Jan. JO The divorce ease
of Caramnn-Chlmay agntnst his wife,
nee Wood, of Detroit. Mich.. U. S. A.,
was heard in secret yesterday and
Princess Clara's lapses from the paths
of virtue were gone over, the prose 1 u
tion stating that it had any number of
them. Th. ib-I...011 Mill U- rtnderrd In
two weeks and will aim. st without
doubt give the prince an absolute di
vorce on the admissions of his wife.
Canton, O.. Jan. M. Mr. Edward
I-tulerbach was seen arier his con
ference of an hour and a hr.lf with the
president-ahjet Hi said the conference
was pleasant ami satisfactory. He saidl
he was bore r. present ice the onranisa- I
tion In New York, lb- told the entire
Situation In N York h:id l-o-n gone
over In Ihe conversation and many
Barnes had been mentioned In Its tow so.
!tfs York financial.
New Ynat. Jaa. af.
assas I on ran easy at llaOS see coat ;
prime mercantile paper, .tr" I tarr iin :
sterling exchange "as lower, with aris.l baaw
acaa tn haabars btBs at 4bwpB4M for de
mand an-li-:', l-:4 forasty dar: lasaS
rates. eSiU. tt.m. reiaalnlk. 4Saa
SUter eertincates. 4t4: sales. S.esi; bar
ailvrr. Mem .tn d. Ilr '.
L'nited State, g- v,i-nme:it teid. atrnag: 4"a
mnstered. 13: tin coupons ISl'j: Ss reg
aatered. lllta: do. matniM, Ill's. 4 r-eX-rot.
Ill's: do ermpons. I1IH: r. regiateeed. Ssati
rarifie ire of YS. mss
Chicago linalo and Prodaee.
4 'mcAoo. Jan IS
Following wore th- quotations oa the Roarcl
of Trade t-day: Wl,ot January, up. aad
nominal, ejnwd Itiy. ojvned oOfr. 1 luead
7-V: Jnly. opened rvtc. H.acd Tar f. rn
January. o;-ned and row.d anataal: May,
ip. ti.- l J4'4C c- Jaly. oa n1 S'sr.
cloiad SeV. Oat, taaaai opened aad
cl.o.sln..mioaL: May. opened l.4r. ehml lsvac
Pork Januarv: aBSSad and ceaasd Bonunal;
Mav. apsaadli Lard-Jaa
nary. o;nei $1V Itodaom nal; Jaay.opraed
S4 l-i - 'I -I "' '
Prol:i. e Bn:t-r Extra Tevmry. 114- ner
lb .: extra dairy. K pr lb : fresh pa. km;
stock, sr. tav Fresh ab-k. ltUr xt
dot Poultry Turkey. m.Wir per lb.: ck-rn-
rbe SV, ; roKtera. 4t4Hr: dti-ks.
flic: geo.. 7 iy- p.atoot Hnrtiank. SS
gjaai per bu.: liehroaa, awaSSa.
t,,.lll lij. l : : - '-'.I
rlover 1" '- I r tli ett-aet-L '.Te. Ap
ples Common to fancy. aaSSUhser bbL
c Magest mw Mork.
t 111. t.o. Jaa. IS.
Lire Stock -Price, at the I'nl-m S4or-k yarn,
today ranged as foil .w lings Estimated re
SBtpts for the 1av :C..Hf. aaltw re-go at S3 11
,, , -,, j.. s .. : . . a r. .11. r -h
parking. S3JaasUi mixed, and BUaV-MM
heavy paet:.ig a-ii ntpping lot.
t atfle-F..: mabd ro elp-a foVthe dsv. A":
ci -.:. raiig-l t 4 " .VI' . h-1 to . 1
tra shipping steers, f I 4V4 an good to cboi e
1I0.. SI.WI4.4S fair st good. S3 SSSV4 ns , tnm 1
to medium do. SI IthsSSS botcbera a steers
Sl.OUd.Cst.. krv Ji.V. Il'il- l n. '. T". t
3.Tneowa.S-4"?l3 heifera. II" 1 r. bull.,
xenand stag. S-"?H.10 Texas at eat a, an
S TOT.'" veal . ah.-.
Sheep and bamba Eat I mat nl raoripu for
the day. li,': aal. ranged at ST sayi.as west
ern. S2Jbao.su Texamv 11111 aa-.ivea aad
ffS.V &2b iambs.
M" -1 Jaa. Hi
Wh-at Nrv : spring. Mf: Mo. 1 nortbera.
ntjc; Hay. TSHc I iO-JiISp. tart. Mo.
: white, isveu.li. Sc. Barley-No. A etc, aaav
pks. S4S Kjr No. I. Jc
The Local atarast
Djy-TUaothy. K '"SS"; wild.
bnnr ralr to cho c. !S-
Bags ahaSa. lie
' ti ti. -. "..
St' e Bel c sees pay hat an
t: cows sad kal'era. ttaglilr ca!
SJASC -wasavwr-. w
Children Cry for
Came Keepers and Farmers Boye
in Deadly Battle.
THjIEE KES WOrjTDED U1T0 DEATH
r-ertessa aa aa aOatsasss Oaaas Pieei 11.
orders o a Saw allha la. Attaww
"' Latfew asad Ma tNeaaaa fall aa Uas
Thai II I Mistered.
Crown rVint. lad.. Jaa. Bt,
wacbmen of the Toll-el 00 dub af Chi
cago, located at Totleotisi. lad
eounty. and fun-n
toe t w on th- dub lands at 1"
' SfBf ri m nc with
tola and rat spear
cleared away the
up from the hatilefWd Pi a a. Caaaask.
roojjh Ihe Juris- will
dor Pratt, shot la the body with
botun. win 4 Charles Pratt
tn Ihe WAy. will irol.n, r,or, s
Yen Both well, shot la the body. WSB
prnttaMy r over . John nis kimtw. shew
in the tempi with a levotv-r.
r I.:,- I SJJ
11 Was i..mi.t. la Sena.
Fourtot-n farmer boys entered
Che Tafliotssi etaaYs dock swamp
rt ing at I o'clock. aVwaa
watrhmeti ordered them ed
of coin 1 hey rushed at th
VI e R at. end f ut
dr. i.pl into Ihe m ihe
bleeding from acares of piaese. Jl
Hiaekhurn. of ilw watchmen
also vent down with a ballet in
skull. He w II recover.
aherlfT aha trmla
herir Farley ha a treated
Whl-.rock, the lUacktturn 1-rothrrs and
Alfrtil Ti)l. r. and lodged them tn Jail.
The shooting was dn at aboart three
rods dirtame. and every sSsst went
through the bodies of each of the
nin.1' d In Ihe i--l ! To. -1 t
Irait oeer 1 shot sw cnunt.d The
bullet which eiruHt Cneiick went ctear
ihroush the body, thrvcral other aasa
Will he arrested.
-Threal. mt " edrewras.
Uxcltemtnl In the vitinlty is ruunlne
high. A gr at many penpb- therilmats
have been cl different ttnv- fired ur-m
by 1 hose armed guards of the T'dieoSea
club. There Is muh talk of
the aaideiaa. aad the b..e
Is apparently tv-ady In rush in arms at
a signal. The sheriff at Hammond ha
been urged to bring in the - wril
armed d-putis It in believed that only
the promptest action oa the part of the
authorities ran save th member of Ihe
shooting company fmm nwi m jm
mary Justice at the hands of a 1 Mlssae
pp'nm.r- t mit a
Of Ceases They WW MM Ms
It at el I rltwe Then
New Orleans. Jan. M. The riiayaas g
special from Aatile. La says: Joea
memlters of the
some time nam. aad Has
from th- Jail h. laet RUrtit by a
mn rr'IsiH) all be lyai bed. Th
rm-n are nil colored A report revet eel
h re at 10: ae p. an. says that
wa bangod in a ng oak ire- in froen .4
1 n but. b ant f-r t I aatVal
aad thai 'he moat waa mm Me
Tirk'aw w l-.h J on ho. si and Joiierr
will no dnnst asset a
fmm New i
the 11..11. tm-ni.
Ihe bent-leg w c
hail. Imrtag th day a party of riti
ten called at ire Jail and I ban 1a
ronfi aiii Hat slory of Its
of th family at aiaali irty
brutal H said that be had alwave
liked the 'o.i family and
have hermod th- m had 11 n o
the fact that bo waa buin-d Into what
be had daasa. He said that be armed
himself wtih aa as. aot to hart any of
the people ..f ihe house, but In pee veal
their escaping, as h bad beea toM to
wateh a door.
The murder. Johnson seat, was
planned by Rod M Knight, a while
man who was a sailor of th girl Maude
Miller, whoa mother. Mrs. Can" saw,
whlpptd her for allowing McKnlcht a
attention. Thtsistbf oaly aaotreeae
for the, rime He sold At. h
Oattoev the head of the
a gun. th n Bt
n of Mrs. Ams Hi
on lh- forehead. kn kli.g
Ihe bed and killing
with lb- rmn and then went Into th
mom bk-b waa 01 uptrd by Mrs. Sbt-
vena. y.n. Cation
B ill, Mnude and
killed :h- "ht. n
The beet siUyo in the world for
cute, bra lee, srrs. alcore, aaJt
rLsuni, tevor sr ras. SsAtot. cbeppod
htrtds. ehllbleios. earns god si, akte
, emptlons, end poeitlreir cures
filut OT 00 Bay reaelred. It U g-OaT-
sntoed So yire porfert eUeretetJoa. or
mooej refioded. Piiro tl eoate por
sorsgie dt Kit test ciieeBeyer
Mrs. Wtnslnw't Hontbing- 'trip Sea
bsea naed tor rbildrea teeLhtnf. It
soothoe the child, softaas the puma,
allays all pais, entree eried rallc, aad
ia tee bmrnt naeodT tor diorrhooa.
Twaaty-fls eaaU a botUe
farmet boys, eases
Archie Joire-T. who a- .
the murder of it, (lv-
Tkaa aaa aas a Ohawt sh cetas ftr Cknasav
m the wali tKi ird,
wivahcd w-fek eftcr
rap that was ineffectual to dis-snlvr
the d-rt. Thcre'a
cheap eoap that
the cltthe m mcll
want the eoap that's
or too strong, get
It drives the dirt out without initjry to the
clothes. It wsshea eouallv well the poaraei
dirtiest woolens and the faest, aoet delaaie lin
ens and laces. Preserve voar clothes and vour
. 1 a .
ireng-. u uy nnntr ranta
r- .l1 tf i,n 1I
Ttet. n. at- I AIM
- CKirif o
' Y Tr - , . rvas.
t 1 ci Or. Petal's Vmjmmi Pills
S.aw Thee Sii H.asv at.e ajSj as SB a law. 1 1 SJJ I Sam
we-.- bast ea, ;S... Bh
M mm "SarKA. T Ut i.liisI i. n aataauaal mm mmmm Y tin esaviit Haa lamaa ataad
for Sal by A .1 iicla
Painters and Decorators
Ut QeVUOXXSTEU ets.
I HIM RAN CI
Weill feaow-n Fire
But tiiiele. . 1
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Pat,- hssist K ;
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ce Pi re est' T
Loan rrcmptly Paid
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faaaa aot bjajaaseaasa bwat- i.
lot. BBBB. .
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oa eaataookotv fey snail Bi i
S Bgot a its as.ot'a. . I
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sasaa. a r-ei-
'anils' roV i
New llaasafblf - .
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WaaaoSJSal sHapltHsasaal SMaft aMs Wm'mmmfMmVM I
aahasBBSBBBBBBh. it mmftmamHmm at LssaVt Lifts. I
rsrx-aurer it waa
week with cheap
a-atdlirr lc ind of
too rtroBjer rate
as the dirL If vott
ncilbcr too weak
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nr n.eaf1ifin r. 't in
Shop 41Q Seventeenth
M si irr a Mi
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11 . lit- e aiNai
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.low a '11
me. a II It
AOniitn: tri "i sVotlss.
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'lit UT.-iet. la-eec liavlti. lMot j,.. ....mi. - an
e . i.i-.irlt of fti e.taia of lotorg. g Kellt
e'r of flic aomtf oi lc. t i.iaini .ihi.
hoi. 4i.iesH.il. lie t"v.', tiitlle. 'i.. el.
Wl !i asawW tM-f.io tli, r.Kitii, . oiirl of hoi i Iflanll
eoiititt a' tin oi. nf 'I.. 1 i. ri ,, miii 1 11
ti. city .it sxiea laieml a' tin Mateli i.-oi. n
'I.' ftt. Bbni.ia. ' 1 n 1. negi ai wtii'-i "en
. y r.011. aavltat 1 lultiii Hcalnal .aid eamli an
i.iMAee atlt regiilSMell In aKetilt fill i h .nrlieM
if liavlty fin -an a'lpi.u
SH a-. ana. hoVOii-c I,.. .imIi ar. reijiia.
tti niaba IB Bun . ' a iimtil u Uli ill. in I
Ua 1: ibie I
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N itioe ot Al'pliosH'it. f.n lali hi hen
S Ml.'. i( Vit. "t
Ti. ai. a-.fnti wtmlii itn.t conn i
Bstiin le heteli, 11 m i 11, ai Hi. .n o. ,
.,''.. a s get :.nifMi' I'oerii ' n.'Ii, k
at-, miii. . baiir. Wei .inn. t: H a-
' tlllScI1 anil I net - . S Mi -.1 ni l Bill O) Wl
aeaV apieieaiioi i. ni In...
tstaoSaowatg.il' a ecriiie. t. rm iiii-o-of tn in
b.'i'i a- il.a mi i in .. - Ion i.laiiit.
i t i.i
tatwerj titl'ding stOM,
Ashlar and trimmiBs
d H goeaS. 'J'b is
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Bt fur Of
tr I waal. (tr fifilfif the
ill. too. Fleas aeni
also BTlU reinalvt
on etiri in rwtaroafj
i: Wfd'j ot nor stromas
(Juarnee t aoli fross Eook
la. and nt tktC. H d g a K
V tlr, at.-' ) Will st-;
at. . et viBlturt ' f sod ua
u dt wired.
at ' end I'btrVne nf
v irMii-b. s. lfedoo bolifl
j Seaatr of Seaie.
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