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ROCK ISLiM) ARGfU
VOL. XL.VIII NO. Sl.
ROCK ISLAND. ILL.. SATURDAY, FE15KUAUY 1000.
PRICE THREE CENTS.
N UNCT ON IS NOW
Uemocrats Secure Temporary Writ Against Taylor's
AND LATTER APPLIES
Republicans Go to London Blackburn
Cioebel Very Low.
TKANKFORT. Feb. 3. Judge
Ca.nl re 11 has issued a temporary
injunction restraining (iov. Taylor
frtm interfering with the legislature
and from removing the neat of that
body to London, Ky.
This action was taken on a petition
liled liy the democratic members of
tiie lei.slatu rr in the circuit court
yesterday. The injunction is to re
main binding till Fel. when the
hearing to make il permanent will lie
heard lcfore Jinb-'e Ctntrell.at t'eorj'e
i l l. iks in ikiikihi. tot i:r.
'laylor to Seek In Involve I lie I'ulleil
ChiiMi,'.!, F.-l. ::. The 1 iaiiM-IIer-nld
in tin extra edition with I.ouUvil!c
l lie ways (iov. Taylor IrH decided to
apply to the federal court fur an in
junction icstritimii"; f'ocbel from act
i;.r m (.'iivi-ninr. lie will claim that
It: is legally elected and (bicb-d's
choice is l the legislature vote.
Till-: ICKI'I'KI.ICAN MCIIKME.
Attempt to Sriff l.Klliiir3 at l.omloa
Frankfort. Feb. 3. Chairman John
r.arrett. of thd republican joint cau
cus, h is issued a call fur it session
ctueus at the court house in Lnnloii,
Monday, at I p. in. This would indi
cate that there will be an attempt to
organize the legislature and elect lie v
The democrats have the city to
theuiscl vcs. There was a general e
cdus of republican representatives
and senator this morning iu the di
rection of IaxiiIoii.
Itlnrkbura Ke h Fraiiii fori.
F. S. Sena'or-cleot Joe lilackburn
arrived from Washington this inurn
iug and at once held a conference with
the democratic leader-. Dlaekbiirii
strongly urged the neces-tity of pre
serving peace at all ha, litis, :i'id to
allow matters to proceed to a conch -sioii
in t he t-'iurls.
.(K.ltl:l. 1MCOH Bt.V HUM).
Nmlf Inaugurate)! tiovtruiir Hm Hen
Sinking All lay.
Frankfort, Feb. 3. Dr. Hume came
from tJoebel's room at 1 and reporttd
the couJilion of the patient somewhat
worse. He said that nau-?a had set
in once more and hiccjughs had
Frankfort. Feb. 3. Shortly after 10
("ocbel suffered h severe sinking spell
and grew worse so rapidly that it was
thought the end was not far otT. St;m
nlants were administered, but tbei
pitient responded slowly and his con
dition is still considered rather alarm
ing. Dr. Hume said this afternoon: ' I
am sorrv to say (ioebel is decidedly
wore. He is very restless and is ap
parently lo-ing strength. He is
troubled more or less with nausea and
is hico u;hing all the morning. Il be
came necessary to almini;ter hypo,
dermic injections if morphine and
Frankfort. Feb. 3. 2 p. ni - ''oebel
has len steadily growing weaker
Made from pure
cream of tartar.
Safeguards the food
Alum baling powders are the greatest
mrmffn to health of the present day.
RODUCEO IN KENTUCKY
TO FEOERAL COURT.
since noon, anil it is believed to Le a
question of but a few hours.
Frankfort. Feb. 3. 2:15. Goebel
rallied a little and is now holding his
own. The chances are, however, that
he will die before night.
Frankfort. Feb. 3. 2:40. ('rebel is
very low. He is kept up by oxygen
pumped into his lungs.
Frankfort, Feb. 3. 3 p. m. Dr.
II utile has just cine from jlioebel's
room, lie says bis pul-e is Hu, tem-K-rature
!.$. respiration 4!. lie is
unconscious and sinking slowly.
Frankfort. Feb. 3. 3:l.r p. m. Dr.
Tobin sa'.- ('hi'Im-I's dest li is a ijues-
ti.in of a few minutes only.
t IVIL W li IMMINENT.
(:lah llelween i:utlv mot .ludlelitry
I'oweri May iluite m Con II U-1 of Anna.
? r nikfot t. Ky.. Fob. The first
clash lietweeli tlie executive alld jll
dietary powers of the Mate occurred
yesterday. A si ill greater clash is
imminent today. ;ind beyond, tin pus
i-iliilitii-s of today lies a sea with skies
so lowering, a. id of s- stormy ,-iu
rspeet. Ilint, tit politii-iau of either
party can pi-ediet where it will carry
tin Kentucky ship of state. There is
a Hianee that .tilings will, as Con
rcsKinaii .lime IJayle expresses it
"Drlt't flr.rtiml all right." lut there are
other chances also, end If things are
not to "drift around all right" tlie.v
inust strike a counter current and
strike it soon.
( outfit! In ,rm Imminent.
There i-an no longer lie any conceal
ment of the fad ili.it atfairs iu this
state are lordcriiig upon coiitiict in
arms and the fiegiuning of tlie crisis
is at hand. It may lie that the politi
c:il dilliciillics will lie settled by the
courts of law. but the hearts of men
an hot la Kentucky now. and legal
process may provide a remedy too
dilatory to please a few of the more
impatient, and it is in the )ovcr of
these to create a Wolhl of Woe at al
most any time.
Serve Not If e on 'o. 1 uylor.
The clash of yesienhiy came when
an officer of the eireiiit court of I-'ank-I
i il county was arrested by the mili
tary while attempting to serve notice
of a legal proceeding iion (lovi-ninr
Taylor. Tin clash of today may come
when the otliccrs of that court at
tempt to enforce the rulings of its
presiding judge. Itt-liiiid this jude.
the I iciiioci ;iis will have today for the
first time, an active executive head in
the person of Actini: I lovcrnor Beck
ham, and. from tin- I emocratic stand
point, a ii'uulatly apHiinled adjutant
general whose orders tlie troops now
riit-:ii!iH-d around the c-tpitol IniiMin
are bound to obey. If they decline to
oIm-v the new adjutant fictieral will,
the Democrats claim, have the power
to organize military forces of his own.
and proceed against all MMpIe who
defy the authority of his ortice and
that of the j-overuor of the state whom
On the other hand the Ilepublicans
are fixed in their attitude that there
is an insurrection jn the state, that
r.eckliam and his actions, his adjutant
.'neral and bis orders are those of
peopleaskini: luopHsitiou to law. They
believe that they alone are in the
r'jiht. and as there can be but one right
and all else wrong, those who hov re
sistance to the proclamation of ijover
iior Taylor are in rcle!lion against the
coiiiiuyiiw ealt h. They will resist any
::iiempt of any kind to remove them
from t!ieir jM.silion around the capitol.
meeting force wiih force, and that
Means civil war.
The tii-st clash of yesterday auie
when Aloiizo Walker, a stenographer
mployed by the I leuux-ratic attorneys,
was placed under arreM iu the capitol
grounds charged with conduct tending
to incite mutiny and riot. The conduct
consisted in pinning to the door of the
private nfico of Coventor Tayhir a
iiotic thai tomorrow morning the
Democratic attorneys would appear
b.-fore .fudge ("antrill. of the circuit
court, and ask for an injunction res-mining
loivcrnor Taylor from all in-eif,-riice
with the nvements of tiie
lcg'-latnre. and from his an:iouticed
ait nipt to remove it to London in tihs
stati. Walker was at once taken into
custody by orders of I'olonel Kogcr
Williams, the commanding officer of
the fotx-es now g:lthetd a round the
Tomorrow the injunction will he
a,sktd. and there is no doubt that it
will lie granted. Judge I'antrill has
the reputation of In a man who will
attempt by all means in hi power to
enforce the rulings handed down from
his teiH-h. He will most -ertainly
Use all the power ill hi hands to se
cure the oner2i.n nf.lUs lrs-iunotirn. It
I' equally certain that the Republicans
will pay no attention to Judge Can trill
or his writs. The Democrats claim
that the action of the Republicans in
arresting Walker while he was at
tempting to carry out tlie orders of
the court, has placed them in contempt
of court, and they will make all out
of the point that is possible.
MrKinlry "S ' ill Not Inltrvnf.
Washington. Feb. 3. After the cab
inet meeting yesterday the following
statement was made: "The president
has decided that uo case has yet arisen
to justify the intervention of the na
tional government in Kentucky and
has so informed the governor." Some
stiifinn-e may attach to the
word "governor" In this statement,
inasmuch a the reply was directed to
REPORT ON THE PHILIPPINES
President Transmit. It to the Houm
Uuiniri to tlt Vnatr.
Washingotn. Feb. 3. The house jvs
terday devoted its attention to the
Indian appropriation bill. A bill was
passed granting the Xatichock rail
road the right to build a bridge across
the Ked river. Louisiana. A brisk de
bate occurred over the hill giving to
Cuban vessels the most favored nation
treatment in American ports, which
was passed as reported. A bill was
passed granting additional rights at
l'ittsbiug to the Allegheny Valley
company. The president's message
transmitting the Philippine commis
siou's reMrt was received and referred
to the insular committee.
In the senate an effort by IVttigrew
of South Dakota to discuss the Phil
ippine question in the senate was of
no avail, as he was met by a point
of order which took him from the
floor. Senator Allen, of Nebraska,
concluded his speech in arraignment
of Secretary Cage, because of Ids
transactions with the National City
bank of New York.
Among the hills passed was one to
extend the privilege of immediate
ii aiisportatioii of dutiable goods to the
port of Astoria. Dr. IVttigrew of
fered the resolution extending the
sympathy of t lit senate to the Roers
previously Introduced by .Mason. iud
gave notice that he would speak upon
it on Monday. The senate, after an
executive session, adjourned until
Washington, Feb. 3. The house
resumed consideration of the Indian
appropriation bill, which was passed.
The president hTis nominated Charles
I.ewistoii to be I'niled Slates marshal
for the western district of Wisconsin.
A movement is on foot to unite tlie
automobile and bicyefe interests iu a
gignatic combine with ; mummi.( mm
Mrs. Kate IV I'ier and her daughter.
.MUs II. II. 1'icr. of Milwaukee, have
Ik-cU admit led to practice before the
I'niteil- Slates supreme court. This
makes four women members of the
same family who are practicing before
K. '. Stedinnn. the poet, has sold
his seat on the New York Stock l'x
challge. Oitioers of the National Woman's
Christian Temperance union have
lompletei! preparations to move to
Rest cottage. Kvanston. Ills., in a few
There are 4i'..".1Sii telephone stations
in tin l uited States and only In.'l.oM
iu Creat Rritain and -Ii'm.I'sii in all con
The .lauuary postal receipts of Mil
waukee were S.'S.iOMC;, an increase of
. i i. Til! .!.". as compared with January a
The Italian bark i.Miiriuale from Car
thageua has been wrecked near Vil-
loroi. Captain I'alde and six men of
the crew were drowned.
The diplomat ic and consular approp
riation bill carries a total of $1.7-li,47i;.
as against $1.71 1..".'!.'! last year anil jl.
Si.'..!MS estimated by the state depart
Fire at New York destroyed the
building at Fifth avenue and Thirty-
eighth strccet. occupied by F. S. Jlesj
iV. Co.. dealers in antique furniture.
Kid Rroad. of Cleveland, kn.-.i Ued
o-t .loo Rernstein. of New York city.
n the fifteenth round at the Rroadwav
'tl: letie Club.
Tin archbishop of Sweden, who was
believed to have recovered from ap
pendicitis, is dead. He was born iu
Vo ln:!lf-lin iit .i;uiiii siniih.
Washington. Feb. :;. The commH-
tco investigatinig charges that certain
federal appointees were polvgamists.
received a rcjort yesterday. for
warded to Chairman Loud, from the
Fnit.-d States attorney at Logan.
Ftah. stating that no indictment was
pending against former Postmaster
Smith, of Logan, for polygamy or un
lawful cohabitation. A further re-,,.-,
.... another official, is yet to be
"W ... I-- Itii.-..-,, r rioay.
Washingti.il. Felt. ::. After tele
graphic eorresjionde-ice with Mrs.
Lawtoti it has U-ou finally arranged
that the funeral services over tin re
mains of the late MaforCeiieral Henry
W. Lawton. F. S. V.. shall be held in
the Church of the Covenant l Pre-by-teriani
in this city next Friday after
noon at - o'clock, and that the inter
ment shall be in the National ceiue-
icry at Arlington.
Tra Mnrftrrsr Itanifefi.
St. Louis. Feb. :i. A social tn The
Pot-Disratch says that nciulersr.a
l'iersoii was hanged yesterday at
Clarkville. Te.. for the murder of hi
wife and mother-in-law last N'ovcmler.
He shot Them to death and then
Corn to Dominate.
"Mrs. Crowder has been president of
jronr clnb a lonj; time."
"Tes; none of us could call her to or
der, so we decided we might as well let
her regulate the rest of us." Chicago
Subscribe for The Akgls.
WILL SELL THE ROAD
Peti'iion of the Peoria, Decatur
and Eansville Railroad
I -THE PLAINTIFF APPEALS THE CASU
"liitao VVoiiian Recover stolen Valna
bl Tf Lad.T Tries to Coiiiniit Sui
cide ISrauH Shi Thought Her Lover
JKaithle. illinui. Farmer. Mert ami
I'rotest Ai;utnt the fL'w of Tubert-ulinv
( liangra in Kallway Ireles.
SpringfileJd. Ills.. Feb. 3. In tlie
T'uited States circuit cou i t Judge Allen
dismissed tiie bill of review and or
dererl the intervening tetition stricken
from the tiles in the suit of the Cen
tral Trust company, of New York, vs
the Peoria. Decatur and Evansville
Railroad company. The bill of review
and petition were tiled by Finer
son Chamberlain, who alleged fraud
in the proceeding; for the sale of the
lailroad company. The petitioner al
leged that certain stockholders in the
interest of the Illinois Central Rail
way company had the receiver ap
pointed on the ground of large antici
pa lory expenses, though at the time a
branch of the road affected was pav
Will lie Sol Feb. (i.
After the appoint uieut of the re
ceiver. It is alleged, larjiv expenditures
were made on the property and the
company became insolvent, defaulting
on interest. It is 'alleged by the peti
tioner that the order of sale secured
enables the Illinois "Central interests
to buy iu the property, which is now
more valuable than when the moi-ev
was loaned on it. The sale is ordered
for Feb. ;. Chamberlain appealed to
the i luted States circuit Court of ap
ii . mom's .i:k i:kti"Unki.
Tmo Igt-tiven Kcrowr tlie (Ipiim and
Mr, fohrs Itefusea to I'rosoi lite.
Chicago. Feb..".. Diamonds sparkled
in the sunlight that lit up part of
Justice Kersten's desk at the I'hicago
avenue police court yesterday. There
were sunbursts and ornate settings
and the pile looked so tempting that
the policemen who stood around the
desk lined up in a column to act as a
guard. The gems were the properly
or .Mrs. .1. it. ( ohrs. widow of a for
mer corporation lawyer, and they had
1 n stolen from her by Ceorge Weis.
of IU North Clark street. The theft
occurred Jan. 1'J and Mrs. Coins had
given up hope of ricovorilig her jewels
until Detectives Jackson and Seder
berg were set to Work.
They arrested Weis. who is a saloon
keeper, and with , him 'arrie . Free
more, of 111 Maple street. Roth con
fessed that the diamonds were taken
from Mrs. 'ohrs w hile she was in
Weis establishment. With the dia
monds was a check for sum drawn by
a business man in Wabash a venue in
favor of Mrs. Cohrs. Detectives Jack
son and Seiletberg ask'ed the woman
to prosecute Weis and his companion,
but she refused and the case against
them was dismissed. Her property
will be returned to her.
Ami Protect Against tlie l's- of tlie Tuber-
Chicago. I-Vb. '!. War against ihe
alleged compulsory use of t tibcrculiue.
iu injecting the fluid into cows to test
whether the animals are in condition
for dairy purposes, was suggested by
Illinois stock raisers and dairvmen
who met at the Rrlggs House. Three
hundred farmers from towns and vil
lages throughout the state were pres
ent at the meeting, which was held
under the auspices of the Milk Ship
1 he tiso of tuhcrcuhne was pro
claimed by Coventor Tanner, to lie
used on cows liefore they are shipped
and sold for milking purposes, to
guard against the liovines being af
fected with tuber-iilisis. More than
four-fifths of the animals shipped to
this part of the country have been
more or less affected with the discaso
and while the remainder are in a
healthy condition the injection of tho
t uberculine. sooner or later, it is said,
makes them diseased.
SIIK WANTKll TO OIK.
RrraiiBe sli Thought That Her I.over
Chicago. Feb. Jt. Rocause she imag
ined that the man she loved was mar
ried. Rirdie Anderson, whose home is
iji Davenport. Ia.. attempted to com
mit suicide Wednesday evening at .1
o'clock at a hx-al hotel. Arthur Mes-
nard. whose fancied infidelity caused
her to attempt to cud her life, found
iier unconscious In her room Wednes
day evening with a towel saturated
with chloroform lying across her face.
He called assistance and she was
taken to the comity hospital, where
she soon revived. At the Harrison
street ioIice station she said she tirst"
met Mesnard at Crand Rapids. Fpon
promising to not make the attempt
again, she was discharged.
Too Komi of Philosophy.
Chicago. Feb. John Troy, who
says he lost .1 ositioti with the Illi
nois Central railroad because he neg
lected his business to read philosophi
cal works, has lieen arrest-d by the
Hyde Park tn.lice charged with the
theft of a volume of Rousseau's "Con
fessions" from the lost and found de
partment of the same railro.nj. Troy
admits bw "iiilt
Resignation Called for and IleeelTed.
Springfield. Ills.. Feb. .. Covernr
Tanner yesterday calhd for and rc-
-eived the resignation of Zino K.
Wood, as trustee of the asylum for
feeble-niiudeU at Lincoln. Wood is a
Republican and at Mount Iu-
PpringHeUl. IUs. Feb. E w
Clifford, foarxrfycltr freight ani
passenger agprtnere of the" SK" Louis.
Peoria aud Northern, has beeu ap
pointed general freight and passenger
agent of the Quim-y. Carrollton aud
St. Louis railroad, with headquarters
In Carlinville. He will still make
Springfield his headquarters.
MEXICANS GAIN VICTORY.
on l.usy na De-
Chicago, Feb. 3. The Tribunes
Brisbee. Ariz., special says 2, 0i0 Mex
ican soldiers defeated 8.000 Yajui In.
dians on (iuajnaas desert. (len.
Torres, commander of the Mexican
troops, is reported killed. Both sides
THE PHILIPPINE WAR.
Clen. Kobbe Orrnpiea lalautl Cannon
Manila. Feb. 3. (Jen. Kobbe ooeu-
fiied the islands of Samar and Ieyte.
n a light at Tacloban 10 insurgents
were killed. The Americans captured
five cannon with their artillerymen.
.American r.piirer ie.
Washington. Feb. 3. Captain Fred
erick H. Sparling, commanding ihe
light house tender Maple, is dead from
pneumonia. He was a son of Dr. Fred
Snarling, of Seattle, Wyo. Captain
Sparling at one time served iu the
P.i'aziliau navy and commanded an ex
pedition for the Belgian government
into the remote regions of the Congo.
1'liilipplne ( onoiiiMion's Keport.
Washington. Feb. 3. The member
of the Philippine commission. Messrs.
Schui tnann. Worcester. Denby aud Ad
miral Dewey, with Secretary Me Ar
thur, called at tin White House and
handed their rejKirt to the president.
It is understood that the report will
lu sent to congress within a day or
American Not Shot til Mexico.
Washington. Feb. 3. Mr. Darnell,
the Fnited States consul at Nogales,
Mox.. has telegraphed the state depart
ment that there is not a word of truth
in the story tiiat six Americans were
shot by order of Ceiieral Torres, near
Cuaymas. because they were fotflid
with the hostile Yaqui Indians.
Ilanrof k all for America.
San Francisco. Feb. ".A cable
from .Manila was received from the
qxartermastor's deparmeut stating
that the Hancock sailed for San Fran
cisco on .Ian. ": with the bodies of -V1
dead soldiers. The Indiana is expected
in immediately with lion bodies and
the Ohio with LIS arrived yesterday.
fireeloy Against Private liersliip.
Washington. Feb. P.. The house
committee on commerce yesterday
made the question of government as
against private ownership of the pro
posed Pacific cable a special order for
Feb. 13. (General Creeley was heard
In advocacy of government control
n it I operation and that the work be
in charge of the signal corps.
To Care I.a(Siippe In Two Days,
Tak3 Laxative Bromo (Quinine Tab
lets. All drujjsists refund the money
if it fails lo .cure. E. W. drove's
signature is on each box. '2 cents.
This sounds big, doesn't it? Hut as adveitiseis of facts you'll have to
believe it If you have the least doubt come and see. We will be glad
to prove it to you. Bring in a Ten Dollar Hill and get your choice of
about 100 suits that sold all this season from $15 to $20. It's our semi
annual clean up sale of fine suits. Look in our windows.
NOTII1XC BUT CASH.
BELIEF THAT BULLER
That Is the? Impression in London as to the South African
IN THE ABSENCE OF
Belated Reports of Conditions That Are Disastrous to
T" ON DON. Feb. 3. The war ollu-e
- is silent in regard to Buller.
but there is every reason to believe
he is continuing his movement upon
Work of the British at Lal jsmlth.
London Feb. 3. A dispatch from
Ladysiuith undated, via Spearman's
camp, Feb. 'J, says the native desert
ers report live field coronets killed in
the last week's lighting. The British
artillery broke seven Boer guns. "
This Looks It ml For lloera.
Sterks Spruit. Jan. 29. Command
ant Oliver, of the Orange Free State,
in a speech to the Boers at lidy (Jrev,
said his men wore almost surrounded
at Storm Iierjr, and unless recruits
were forthcoming he would be eoiu
jjelled to abandon his position. He
admitted that in a recent light at
Ladvsmith the Boers lost l,10ij killed
and tlou won mled.
OUKl' AT TIIK KliONT.
HrltlHh Scouts Stumble Upon a iioer Fort
resp. Hut Manage to Kneupe.
Louie'nro Marques. Feb. The fol
lowing, dated t Saberoiies. Jan. IM. has
been received hero: ".V Boer scout
was apt mi d yesterday by I'olonel
I'liitner's outposts and a small party
was sent out to reconnoitre certain
hilhj. They ascended the wrong kopjn
and blundered upon a Hoer fortress,
armed with Maxims. Fortunately they
managed to oscapowithout casualties."
A later dispatch from Caboroiies,
dated .Ian. . says: "Colonel
Plunier used his PJi-putinder on the
Boer position for Ihe first time to
day. The Boers responded speedily
and accurately but did no damage."
t.arltmhli Otter Hi Services.
Rome. Feb. :?. Kicciotti Caribaldl.
one of the sons of the famous Italian
patriot, in consideration of the serv
ices rendered by Fngland lo the cause
of Italian independence, has offered
the British government to command
We're Transforming $15, $16 50, $18 and $20 Suits Into
BILLS, $10 BILLS.
s We are Selling Suits that Sold All This Season for $15,
$16 50, $iS and $20 for
JS STILL ADVANCING
NO OTHER NEWS
a corps c" Italian volunteers In South
Hay Nearlng Pretoria.
Lourenzo Marques. Feb. P.. Adcl
bert S. Hay. the new Fnited States
consul at Pretoria, left here yesterday
on his way to his post.
A K IS K YirNI"KltTA KINO.
Roller's I.nt Movement Only .Iimtliletl lV
Berlin. Feb.:!. --The Corman govern
ment has information that Yesseol
itzky. the pan-Slavist agitator, now iu
London, is supplying the press asso
ciation and the continental papers
with matter designed to embitter the
relations of I-'ngland and t'ermany
and to weaken the dreibund. The
Vossiche y.eiliing. which deprecates the
way certain (ierinan journals have of
treating England as the arch-enemy of
civilization ami a negligible quantity
in future international questions,
"When Cerinany and Creat Britain
have been rendered sullieielitly hos
tile lS' this sort of thing the scenes
will le suddenly shifted. Russia will,
coiimrotniso all tier di llieull ies with
I Croat l'.iitain and offer her hand for
an anti-Cc rmaii alliance and the re
storation of Alsace-Lorraine."
The Miiitar Woelienblatt. the organ
of the general si a IT. reviewing Sit
Iledvers P.iiller's last iii'veijieiit, pro
nounces it an extraordinary risky un
dertaking, only to be justified by' tho
urgency of the situation. Ceiieral Bui
ler should have reckoned Willi tho
fact, already repeatedly demonstrated
in tin Boer war, that with modern
weapons even these long drawn-out
lines of defense are excecdinly strong
when an enemy skillfully take" lid
vantage of the topography as the
I toers have done.
CKt'SH TIIK IIMitJKST ARMY
In South Africa. Says Wilkinson, I tho
Only Way to Victory.
London. Feb. Spencer Wilkinson,
who devotes his article In The Moil
ing. Post today to the. principles upon
Continued on Third page.