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0 e of th abomlntloi i to t tbe th Iird Iirddtnoumj IIJIdnun t41dIflIIULII
dtnoumj IflIIULII nun J in Holy writ rlt in I th > m 11 of ofllrt oCIn ofi1tt
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a f frm rm i Hi hn ft that I It v f llclrfr I tklr aDd 8D1nun aDdI11lan Rfldm
nun m II li th h eitrcmt It W i n lrmiifd nlrrnlledby > lrmiifdby
by t Ih the > ic Moialo law j jIfflRt a d thundered thunderedi
tln IfflRt t b by Ile Je JeIih Ib prchetF lihr lihry
y ih3l i lail l Jo no unrlgMiunfs unrlItdu nts In Innt Inonl
onl nt in n m tntl mteyu4 ty nt Is fight or in inmtasvre InJDfIi8rr InJutaI3ncrI
mtasvre mtasvrejust JDfIi8rriorl
iorl just JutaI3ncrI t halanort Just wclhln Ichl a atsh Ju Juh t tSMiah
SMiah tsh h and a Ju Jlllt < hi hili stall jo e eLv nuve buVeV nuveev
V Lv ev xuc > 5 Z6 alto Dem IXI 1JK 1JKSliah 1316llIh 13Ufrah
Sliah llIh vl 1 idi spcalu of wlokf1 wIk l > k < l bal balan hala balatwe1
and the theKnt theNt
an a atwe1 < oVHtful weight
Knt 1 mfswr tnt IhAllI Is abominable and aDdtb audtb andtbf
tbf tb book of Proverbs Jroverbl4etoJam Jroverbl4etoJamIt declirof declirofA
Nk A f fIe l balance II abomination abo llnkt In to the theIon thel4nL I ILoriI
Ion but a Ju Juet U8t t weight t U I Hit 1rt 1rtTm delight delightThe < I
The n admonitions aft rt brought to tnmh tomfri1 I ImlDll
mlDll mh < J by th the actions of some people ropIeUt In Inthis I Ithll
this Ut Stair and even In this city clt it A kh bhrt bhrttime hllrt < > rt rttlnM i
time ago the writer rttr wss If In a grocery grocerytew groceryetore I IttOf
tew on IIlIaliulne II a business street when hen an hon honHtapppxrintf hont4ppefU
Htapppxrintf t4ppefU mn farmer brought In sonic sonicbutter 101110butCH siutbuttt
butter uhlch hit h looked as I II It bad Just Justcom i iCORIt Lcorn
com from a creamery creamr It 1181 a ai present presented ¬ I Ie4
ed 4 to the storekeeper In pound poundsquire poundIIIIN poundIqtIlrfe
squire and was a about to be placed In Inthe Inthe InttbS
the refrigerator when the merchant merchantttkUg tnfrchlnttaklll uterhanttahtjtg
ttkUg taklll a Itulr at one of the th thpiscid poundi poundiplsdd pounilllaet
plsdd laet tt In tbe scale which bleba ItIch gte V a awrdkt anrdILI aritdict
wrdkt of 1 13 ouniei OUn f Thew 1b 14 ere rp th thpounda thpounds the thepoutvta <
pounds of butter butt r that euititnc r wore woreto woreto cr
to b lit s iryed rv J with Ill h for sUt s1zten cn n ounces ouncesIf
If II had not been for the mraiure ltIu ure In the theeye theeye theeve
eye t tf > f the th storekeeper storekeeperA
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A halfmilk of flour l II supposed luppo d to tow towIi I IVtlCl1
w VtlCl1 lgh fifty pound or fortyeight on onth ontilt oflthe
th tilt jotiTal cn ral market 11IIe ml as a to flour flourwhlli flourVbUe ftourwhile
while a full sack Is l supposed n pOle4 to w lOIelch lOIelchr11l1II wihIlJml l h hplump
plump ninetyeight potsfe But com complilm comIIlallll cornplaInt
plilm Is I a made tbst half and full sacks sacksofttn larkotl sackofti
ofttn otl a wnlgh much less I than the regular regularqnsntity reIularqnlltlty regularquantIty
quantIty and the nUll number branded on ontbe ontilt onIhsk
tilt Ihsk st IIrk < ia I thus s pilpaWe fraud Hon Honest HOIltit ltoutIlt ¬
est millers and honest dealers do not lIotort re retort resort ¬
tort to urh cheats II this of course courseWe couraeW courseWI
We W hear of similar shortage1 thor In men measures mentJrtt messurea ¬
urea nf milk and other liquids and in inth Inthe
j th the weights of o coal potatoes meat and andother an anI ntl ntlother
I other articles of common c c1nAllmptlon c1nAllmptlonI in umi > Uon Uonwhile
while hUt th the devices 1M kC1 as to ha us are as a nu numerous nUtmelQll nunerots ¬
I merous as a they are deceptive d p All 11 this thl thlI thIsI
I Indicative o of f a dlahosnt spirit whIch IhlebI hlch hlchIs
Is I Jot n ac abominable la the eight of ofGod 01Ood ofOud
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God today as it I t was If In bigum bJ gJO ages agesend Iif Iiflnd ateand
end i k worN now than under tbe law lawof
of carnal commandments n because beea u u1II0r a awor amore
more perfect rffet and much higher law IK ha has
been Introduced Inlrodu in the th Chrtotlan rttan filth < Ifear
We W f fear ar that persons who 1io hav 1ia em ¬
braced the latterday Ooepn whkii hkh li lithe I Icthe j jthe
the pure religion of o Christ rrstor rtoreI rtoreIwith < l lwith t twith
with advinced light becauf f th thprotrtm tlllOltMI the theProtlees
protrtm of centuries ire not altuKpUier
fret fr from the wrong wron touch d ui uton > on In
this article If they Indulge Il14ul In 1 n this tllilIP thisipecI thisipedss
ipedss of Injustice and etirta errtj a can n
they truly claim to have core ut from
tb the world Are they not yet carnal aJ 1
c Can n they tile still the voice ol of usdence ugen j
In their Ui souls And how
do they tbe feel I
then h n they tb y tithe themselves thtmael
11 of that In InelIM In IDe
tweet e which they the hap gained by tak I
inr aarantage of their neighbor
A Mormon ought to l 111 > e known
everywhere HI It one who deals honestly atlU
w walks llkI IV
sprlifhtl K fair m all his deal I
Inw who Wti is temperate
honorable and
truthful who ho SItS It tf on the
squsre sqii and
divides tlh1d by the compass COlll compwWeights Ul whose
weights are sixteen ounces to the pound
and wbfat measure Is I twelve Inch Inc to
the foet to and three
feet to tae yard and
hole bushel meni Ixt
sixty pounds of po
Utoes or of f wheat wheatA
L A 1t1l elIgIIfl In
that
does not
It regulate llt the
4MD daIn tf hl flien O and 10 won Ira tbelrrela their rein
UOM with other oth people pop doss dlMlllOt not make makeTHH
rnUOli r a t mmUhJoa < beta theist
aDd the tb Lor < lie Ii that Iovtll Iove God toy
tlh III b1iewe Itl And be who ho cheats
mortals Will iii heat I the tllllllOrtala it he
baa
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be
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among III me until tU tile they
Dractles raotl In sod Mkh
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InCeptI of
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1CaIt II UItIr tM4SiIhS5 cIwJ With
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retetalalnl for PO ponu Ueal lfeotto the
Influx or Imrrqrutt
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tandard ble In 011 fl COtlBtrJ N Dott aettee e
mm mmtbe Inc rta CIIIIe II ebared
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that
Public s 11I q La lAtely tilt th PNla4tt bla
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strain strainThe IraloTile cbaattcl ctisait tilt rutuar imjiia
Tile Jft Jewish II
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ter up II sad esvsit It bell believes tb the ItatIeUot
WIll 111 P1OI the
talllt falsity ot tilt Italenll
made s 111
II1Idtltrable immIgrant
are com OOIILI
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a are cmu J > l cktirwedg M lec tnt there thereMI lII
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It 101 w Ir 11 > I I v r I o rod was wasperm IJuolr 111110d
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wrong dlree dlreef i
f fl > fur reform reformno teOrr uf uffib
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no avail Only Onljred t ted
ed by byto superhI3ujM superhI3ujMto
to layth layththe tr r If Ifthe
the tree null nullIng Li trtak trtakinI
Ing off offhe oltallm oltallmThe
The he export export1nlted a a1nltd IiaiJita the therutted
rutted State Statemonth Itatmooth it ith tI tImonth >
month ti IImontb an anmonth tLI tLIrnonthof
month monthouoooa rnonthof rnonthofouOOQ of ofOOOOOId >
ouoooa OOOOOId Md it itfur I Iror ta tafor
fur any n Marv Marculsn MarvIIlln IC ICUICI1
ulsn made A Aw000090 1OOOOOI
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w000090 w000090tines OOOOOI ii
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tines 11 of ofmonth ot1II0ntb e i for that thatstnonthc4l I
month monthIn stnonthc4l stnonthc4lIn CJI fII fIIIn
In the March MarchImportant MarcbImportant huldC flfl flflImportant
Important pltce pltcebeen pl plMen Uprt liar liarbeen
been at t times t as aslast o olalt aslast
last year yearfell y yrlll OSr re irviIionls irviIionlsfell
fell off somcw somcwThe lO81eThl amcwha4 amcwha4rho
The cotton cottonremarkable m mNmarkabl nildteii nildteiiremtrkabe
remarkable remarkableMarch NmarkablMlIlb icy and andMarch
March we weUK w K Ortth worth of ofth
UK th stable acnlnit acnlnitthe I Ithe nprth iii iiithe
the corrasitondlng corrasitondlngun
un Increase of M 21 21Cent i irent r rcent
Cent March rlono rlonodred f two o hun hunIn hUnffi handrcd
dred ffi p lIer r rent rentA
A comparison ln of iftf 116 t irjala tt f the last lastIre 111I1ftn altfle
Ire years ear l is tn ntoura tss > Hpi JIIU < that thlltrom thatfrom < h hfrom
from rom March is 185 1t9 5 otUMrBMtandli oil mcijandIs ndl ex exports dpol1 oxports
ports have more tj t slslwli Inrrtii Inrrtiiln Inrr InrrIn nersallng
ln lng from l c 00000 00000same fi U3tIII Wi In the theeased th thIIl theesanc
same t Mine imports I M1 M1fllWO t lreued eased l lImports I11110O tOy tOyl1Tu1dOO > >
fllWO l1Tu1dOO M The lot lojrvis t h Imports Importstomparlnr ImprllIn
we < vis In UvS 1 and andMarch nd iii 1f tomparlnr tomparlnrUIMOOOO eomparlnrMIfdI vrnpsringMarch
March of tllch < i ch rear rearto tIj iift iiftto I m UIMOOOO UIMOOOOhave 1600000to
to IM500Oi o or orMeanwhIU looe Q Ii id r cent centMeanwhik Int1Ieanwhll
MeanwhIU tho th t exports tfrta fIil his hisne hI ic been IphCone beenonC
Cone ne hundrwl < jer cent t flrtejeawrar th thsime thMnle hi hisame
same y neafe tllf ar 1800 fttU fthi U the Imports ImportsIn
In has It been 2C t fltr iJItTII r rftc Itln rjL rjLT1t
T1t ftc trltc States Stat It It Wfj IK b s It seen n Is IsIiiikty I IqlJll isiik1y
qlJll Iiiikty kly b bln bIumhlg < umltig > mln a UMt irsa rt Victor lr In the therids the111Ild theorid
111Ild rids racket 11 rkI and a u a Unscquenee Unscqueneetliera nlcquenee nlcqueneethmt nsqucncetIoroIi
tliera tIoroIi Is I aui tj 1111 tivlty > lty at bWlfetf 1 iuij branches branchesnidi IIraDthelti
ti < 1 nidi l1l1lh < st < It Is I netdlii i j e SAX s > that thatat
at such times It Is i nesjMlkn Y to be bet beardul
t artful imd IIn T rovlde > on > ngtfi ng t possible possibleyeirs Olblyura possibleyears
years or oerecUIOfl It t rrsslon that I IJ J J come It Ithas Ithaa itthe
has we M one of l the tb ertsrs eri oi f many to tolive toIIle tolive
live hlitti hl h durIng food twrtw zi and an l to totwo tohaw
have r ftlhln thirs whee wheel ttr l Ivel < v l of ofniel or1lfJfIftlt ofOruct
l rufwttv Oruct > tV iti i I ° ts In Tl TlJoieph 1WInlel liii > niel of ofgood orJOlfph ofJoph
Joieph in i Igyt Ht should houI4day fJIrood si good to toclei loda today ¬
day da a as UTIO < nil flu the thethe tb 8 gFttftfs clei I during duringfr durinthe
the seun n itctI fOj > od v vars ara araseven tkJ iI1Mk fr f r the thew theleren
seven bed years > ran that thatlow Ns1 w ma may y fol folIt 01 01e 01nUllm ¬
low e
nUllm Poll I iFia iFiait l lIt
It mints lnT8t Inr5tli If IfIn I potkened akpned akpnedIn
In this coun couriry rj In the th ConilHstl co of o the thestarvtaf theItaraa thestarving
starving million of Inttt IncUi ti Mrlous Mrlouspans Irloupnl
pans foe or rrltrf are heinz HI rffitoifM Iht ht of ofOne ofOne ofOne
One Mr r Irirlei hrl O Adaut Ad auKSHts puggetsaeCOldItg auKSHtsacoordlfiK UItftIIttlrdl
acoordlfiK Ittlrdl to I a WorcesterttM Woreutr tr jer r that thatevpry Ibtpry
every > pry rhUKh choji h choir In tuew0 the flt give a aSunday ISund asunday
Sunday Sund omert OI1 < lrt and that Iks th Jrocetds Jrocetdsb rOledabt
b bt BierpyJ Intu one common flftid to be beknown beknoa beknowl
known us u the Choir Re Relld I let Fund His HisIdea JIllIilea
Idea Is I tli thr the concert be trlven joefl In Instead Intead Instead ¬
stead of the regular Sunday aajtlcv the theprogram thePIOfIUI thepro4Yaco
program to be made up u of sacjfcl aao music musicand mUlleand musicand
and a brief addi addiest ddl CSH on the ffrsliie ffrsliieThe IgliltieThe till tillThe
The Kuimn HII8RII llca is that i million millionbushels millionbUlhel1 mIllIonbushels
bushels if iuir uot tO bv II contrlbat0for contribtitI for the thestarving thetlrvln theitarvlmit
starving tlrvln Indians and a comifItte eoml UIe has hasbeen haln hasbeen
been n finnj to nHd for the purpose Ot tarry tarryInf tarryInllut arryng
Inf Inllut I ng out that tt at lion 00 According AlConlln to the theplan thepllU theplan
plan three lara < uu U to be Mtitpart et toart as asrift t1Irln nagift
rift day tla dapt Saturday ApdlSSJIi prf1 DI l Is to tol t tlx toic
l t lx ic known aa India corn dayl c14r feunJay feunJayA SUI1 uuday uudayAril lay layMril <
A Aril > ill 21th th an India relief Sunday Sundaynnj lIPadllallJ Sduaoij
nnj Monday 545y April Nth BS school schooliilldrens achooIltildreits
iilldrens India relief day d74fl JliChOOI JliChOOIhIl41ft n Saturda Saturdly Sat Saturday
urday urda donations > r corn art ai let he < > ro rocelvrd reo reoIVtd ECcalved
calved IVtd 1 > n Sunday collect lQUeCltI4lPt11i cuUoiwII I eit i II be betaken btatalau beakes
taken atalau ln ILgil ll the ehurcht eburchesain4pachoIs eburchesain4pachoIsand s3 rul r chMJl chMJland chllQla4
and a4 other Chrlatlan OgfltiflL OgfltiflLOit ninitlli ullnll ullnlllhI n mi miOn
On Monday M collections will twlk btPkn ba kon n In Inall IIIIU inall
all the public schools and S0 K > of ofthe orthe ofthe
the State gtauThe tt i t tThe I IThe
The movement mOfm t nrat stai staitalnly sttrtQ1ll lI oer oertainly H Htalnly
talnly be continued < tnnni tnnnivarious tllro tbOU11t 1 the therlOUI theier1ou
various rlOUI Mates tat < with Itll different differentfor ihemesfor ifheml ifhemlror
for nll relief f Including Inoludlnfworked perlatfie user uHrIorktd userworked
worked letterchain plan planIndia pia planIndia
India Is I sorely lOrtyltricllen stricken at attime i1 i1laltla rlcnt rlcnttllll
time tllll Thousands Thoulanble die dl of 0 thliigue i IIIIrU
and thousands more moreBritain 1IIOt f fa imIPt Grut GrutBritain Cr at atDrlsln
Britain li hardly har ll In a ptill ptillthe iv tJt tIJ 1ay 1aythe ay aythe
the attention to the theIty rl rlIt gray grayity
Ity It would tall for IIUtuel T Tat tit The Unf Th1fititteI Th1fititteIII
at preaent navea time 11 of all allcedented nlre nlrecedlllteel
cedented prosperity White Whiteof t i talll tabIeat 1 1ot
of Uncle Bam ant are AIM AI with withthing eYIY nod lImtblar nodthing
thing and the proapects art artanother jr for fJranother foranother
another year of pleat pleatiardii bt In > trqJ urth urthard orthnyd
ardii and ranch he can well tIrrt1 fl > il to tosend tolend tosend
send a few crumb to L4zarti L4zartithis Lt L4tftt1YLng L4tftt1YLngthis l1t Ylnlr Ylnlrtbll >
this time u at t the door of hlir hlirTo hIjhiour hIjhiourTo hlllJr hlllJrTo
To take up this the be white whiteden whl tiii tour hurden tourden
den would be an act of f fcfta tl1atj JI hat thatcan hateu
can be performed without vlttoutpossible dl fr > r for rorpoilible forposaibie
possible evil coneeqitenoea coneeqitenoeadom wi widom rli rlidom
dom on the part of nation nationldaali Intl IntlIdnais n 11 11Idala
ldaali through eoUICIMlKlt8lif nets of ofjudicious t11 rnaiJ hud hudjlldlcioUI tonnoludlclous
judicious charity to make makeMammon IJU IIIP ° oC oCMammon ofMsmmon
Mammon M to make makefriends t fr14ti3 1 11 11tr Itfriends
friends tr ndl who may be In a aivpay Pl4Jt l1 to toI 0 0repay
repay I a In the eternal eternalon hablUoh not noton floton
on earth The conditions In InftI f J a ° ar arilvacribed art artIwacribed areoir5giS4
ilvacribed aa i IUable Ind 4 J Jsympathy L The Tbempatll1 Thesympathy
sympathy that take material matarlaltded matwlaJtJn 1nL II IIneeded 1 1ed
needed tded ed j jIS
neededIs IS TUUKlCy TUUKlCyIf rummy rUJtIc1cYIOOMI1 rUJtIc1cYIOOMI1If 1I0o la 1
If It U tree a u stated In Introm a afrom 4jatoh 4jatohfront
from Rome that the lb coming comingot comlnJoC eorniti eornitiof
ot the tit German and Austrian Austrianla
la foe the purpose of arranging arrangingoccupation arrant arrantoceu the theoecupstion
occupation oceu tloll of Albania Alba by b Au AuJIIIaD Aui1EUfl Aui1EUfltartan l ltartan
tartan troops the fact will willer h htr
er blow to the triple alliance alliancetime Jo Jotime gAoma gAomatint
time Italy Ital has felt t that the thewaa thebllrdell
was a bwrde without wt out corn cornadvaatave carrta
advaatave ta U lmpe I Imposed PMtd d th t thai k kof r rof fi5lY fi5lYof
of malntalnln an a army arm Y and andof Wd fl ° out outof
of all proportioN to the thethe thet rwI of ofthis
the t country while wbUt any anytasta saytN
tasta t accrUing to the Drelbn DrelbnabaorbM DriIbUi1W rl rlabwW robaoibeod
abaorbM by the We ti brother tC X XBu II IIaua t Ie Ie8usd
Bu aua < L I I lv hoe bel Mf that U U Uthe I 0 0the Ift1 Ift1tbe >
the income of a small 11 connUf eoaintt1 < utBI 95 > ° y ythe Ytill Ythe
the role rol of a firstdug power O b pd d ° if ifn Itn tfnow
n now < > w the th other members of tbe tbepocred th 0 at atitoceed 1 1one
pocred one to divide European Europeanithout ft4t ft4twithout ta t twithout
without even consulting the wrtli wrtlithe wl1 w1ihthe I r rIII
the III third member the n he latter lilt ha hatmund hat hatgrun fln flnrunl °
tmund > f rr r dUiiatlafactlon dlnatllla tllI In all I Iability pi p piohtItty 1 1ablltt
ability ablltt porch a proceeding wowld ld dn dnItaly drlItat diiiItaly
Italy Itat to to a secret ttaderltandlllr understand Ithr Ithrwith Wh Whwith thr thrwith
with Oreat Britain BrU or 1rncwJt1cb 1rncwJt1cbver France Mt Mtever >
ever country count might altar the tb appar appareittlY appareittlYgreater ltly ltlyjfteaer itu itugreater
greater advantageAlbania advntuillbanlo advantage cdvntsgisUbania
Albania li I a strip of country CQUntr on 0 Itoj >
oj
I
AdrlatltMeV Adrlatle 1t111111 inIrnU IM Inlninl fr front < nn 10 10to 0to IOto
to W I mth s Iht Oiiulatlon otulnt ion IK I a mix mixture iiit iiitlure nllturf ¬
turf of Turk Oteki o and aborlaincx aborlaincxwith IIlIorla1f1lIh
with lIh an fl equally mixed religion 11 Ion Nomi Nominally Nominally Zcomlliy ¬
nally liy the country li I a dependency of ofTuikty ofTurk ofTurkeY
TurkeY Turk but Ir it fa t < t th t Ii Aiiwiuani Al Ihi 01 a it 5 pn pntirularly tWI1Iulara7 o 0 0tiuIatiY
tirularly tho tholl inimMtiuj the mom momtuln mOIlIlIln mooortam
tuln tam regteni his b > nfr l > cn rntlroly rntlrolytubjujaled tlIl1rlyubuatd onitirciyubJulid
tubjujaled Ute If it f tlu chiracttrlstl ehtractrlltlf s sof 5of
of f that people one d ds dsrribtd irlbid b by > travel traveler ¬
er etc U I their low for brigandage U Ueemt 118eml Itseems
seems It I II BO crime in that country to tobelong tobllon tobelong
belong to a tang of rnbtw rb lII but rather rathersomethlnt rftthfr101Jltb rnfhersomethl3l
somethlnt ltr everyeodj YUJ VS11bO > f feels e1 lt pfoud rout1 of ofShould orShould ofihouId
Should Austria decide < to annex Al AIbani Albanit Albania ¬
bania and 14 uaowil h her r firit nt concern concernwould conttrnould concernwould
would be to eetablleh law and order orderthere orderIhe orderthere4
there Ihe and It II evident the empire empirenould emplr1ouhl empirewould
would have her hands full for years yea to tocome tocome tocome
come with a people that take to bet brlgandaze briElmcla betgan
gandaze Elmcla gan = e a AI naturally turaU aa others do to toagriculture toorlculta toarIeuItUre
agriculture or trade tradeBut tradBut tradeBut
But what about Turkey She he would wouldnot
not five up her lie nominal sovereignty sovereigntywithovt sovereigntywitbolt
withovt t itrunle and It II questioned questionednbtthe qUIIUontttbAtri questionedubethK
nbtthe tbAtri Anatrla alnglehaded would wouldlx outllbe
be > able bl to drive the Turks from Al Albania AIbanla Albanla ¬
banla Probably the rumor baa no nofoundation nofoundation nofoundatin
foundation In fact but If It baa h It Itwould Itwould itwould
would Indicate et a secret understanding understandingbetween uDllelltacllnbet understandIngbetween
between bet continental tlD1a1 Europe to the 01 ef effect efert ifftct ¬
fect ert that the thetlJft time baa II come for fora ford8Iq
a dTlaiM of European Turkey and the theexodoa tb tbexocltll theexodug
exodoa of the u tultan from 11 Constanti Constantinople COllltanUnulle Conatsntlnople ¬
nople For It le not conceivable that thatAustria tbatUtrll thatAustria
Austria woul4 lay I hands on a slice ot otTurkey otTurke1 ofTurkey
Turkey except ceP after an agreement 81at with withGermany withIIIIIUYDd withlermay
Germany IIIIIUYDd < and R Ruasta a u to a further turt dU dUMelon dl dlvlloD dlvision
Melon of the snails la I It possible that thatthe thattbe thatthe
the treat ooniut between Chrtatlan ChrtatlanEurope ChrtatlanEtIOpe ChristianEnrolti
Europe and Mohammedan Asia U at athand athand athand
hand handCertain handCertalrl handCsrtab
Certain It 1 II that there It a great deal dealof d dot
of unree un in Murope The apirlU sptritawar o owar oU
war U are a offering their Oat lnoena and dark darkcloudi darkcloud darkeloud
cloud are obwurlnp the tll vision They Theymay The Them Theymu
may m mu tMwj 111 M liter have done so often oftenbut ottenbut oftenbut
but they prove 10 atraln how slender are arethe ar artb arethe
the tb support upon which the peace of ofthe otth ofthe
the th world rests ltI They remind the na nations nalIoDl nationi ¬
tions of the fact that thata a better fornrtt fornrttgovernment tormbt10erD fornrbfgovernment
government 10erD t a mora solid social st atrut atruttll atru atrutue nip nipturn
turn tll ar needed i + Id for th the preMrration preMrrationof
of poses and the tin establishment of hap happlnese happia happinlu
plnese pia among mon the children of mm mmTHIS minTIm manTllI
THIS STAGOHItlVR 1HIOB IItiCRThe 1HIOBThe ItJUORTh
The saying 7In of President Kruger that thatthe thatthe thathe
the t he Tranavaal could be conquered cOItqu only onlyat
at a priw to stagger humanity humanitynow I Inow inow
now remembered on account ae of the thepublished thepublilhed thepublished
published statistics of o British loweu In Inthe Intbe Inhe
the t war warThe warTh warThe
The Th number of BriUah soldiers put putout putout putout
out of action up U to the 7th of April was waaabout walbout wasabout
about HGW 018 Of these tIt 111 offers and andlMO andUIO andmon
lMO 3 men wer w were kill 1dlltl1 in actIon 48 of officers offlcell oflairs ¬
lairs f and 4 men h hne rt dleO tn of wounds wonndaitt
itt 1 eg olflcers olft and 1TK So men are prisoners prisonersor pl1toneor
or mlsehip ml 4T 4 olTloen and nd 14H men menhave mnIue sninhave
have died of dlasmoe wlilkt t omcers omcersand olftcelllad ofticersand
and 4 U3t 34 menhave b been n sent home as asIncapacitated alInca asncapacitated
Incapacitated IncapacitatedThis i Inca ncapacitatedThis pacltated pacltatedThll
This la stagsaring s snrtnl onough In view viewof viewthe I Iot
of o the fact that U1 U the thlDrtUah British army of oc occupation oeCUpatlOll occupatiosa ¬
cupation hat as yet not entered the theTransvaal theTrauTaal theTeenavail
Transvaal and n4 that all alms indicate indicatethat Indlcattbat indicatehat
that t the moat stubborn and nll perhaps the themoat theItIOIt themost
moat sanguinary I conflict lO lct U I yet t to come comeThe comThe eamaThi
The war has n no now w lasted a few days daycover da daover daysover
over fix iX month and what the coat of ofIt oft c cIt
It i t In Urn 11 arid mow mitT U before beforeanother beto betoIInotht beforeanothig
another el lx months are over is I 1m 1mp 1mOIIllIJ Impewibia
p OIIllIJ HlbI ii t Mr Mr8UII ii iisails > ay ayStill
Still It t lhe ngUrM f1 i1Jltt Ara compared oomparedwjth 0011 0011tll comparedWtIi
wjth tll itAttMtw tiuliti af the th emm1 of offormer offormer t tCOIftMr
former warn WIt the tit theofjht muSt mu t strike strikeone IItrikeone
on one that modern linpJ Itn ltnll nenU of war warare wrI warare
are less I ataggerlng in the reeulti r ults ob obtained obtBltled obtamed ¬
tamed tbftb were the hue 1 perfect perfectweapons vtrrtetponl ierfeetweapons
weapons ponl of former struggles trugsl When Whenarmies Whnannflll hn hnarmies
armies met In the open and fought foughtwith toulhtwfth foughtwith
with sworda IW and spears often half the thenumber thenumWi8IIyapd thenumb
number numb numWi8IIyapd engaged was killed It U re recorded NoonItd iscorded ¬
corded that 10CW9 180 Persians tllan ware r stein steinin 1I1 < ln lnIn
in one on day by b > the armr of Alexander AlexanderHattnUHil Alenn4erlInntbfl Alexander1Inntbatl
HattnUHil at Cannas slew lie 41 < MN Ito Ilomane 110mana Itomans
mane of an army of OOOM 00 t and luring luringthe AUri AUrith urtngthe
the th UatU LUO In the Ih Valley u of thllame thllame11101I thVIdarnewhkb th JI me mewhich
which raged I for three days da It In esti estimated esilmted U Uted ¬
mated ted that dt ISI men fell by the theharden thehcIrdtI lb lbhoedis
harden under u the terrlWe Attlla AUI the thescourge theIIOOV thecoisrss
scourge IIOOV of the Almighty Aooordlnrto AooordlnrtoJoaephtn to toJphUiIt toJosephug
Joaephtn It Is I estimated that over a amillion aasllUon amliliost
million Ilvee n were lost 1 at the destruc destruction ctruetloft destructiolt ¬
tion of JmyalMn and Cawaf i ware wallAid are areald aresaid
Aid te t h wp colt two million Ilvee IlveeCompared Ih Ihm Ilvegcompajid
Compared m Nc1 to theee the flgnret fl u er even evento evento vento
to the death lists of the Napoleonic Napoleonicwan apolontowars
wan w or the tb Civil < h11 War of this country
the oajiunKJe ItSsP of the Sooth African Africantrutvt AricanIlru Africanstruggha
trutvt Ilru seem 11 Inalgninoant Out when whenKruter w4enKmer whenKruger
Kruter uttered his h now famous predic prediction IndlcUon lWedIclion ¬
lion It hO no doubt meant to say a that thatthe Utthe thatthe
the Bosh were determined to t Sight to tothe tothe tothe
the last man and rather t dM dl than yield 1tldII yieldHe
He II meant to convey the idee t that n t when whenthe Whenthe lientbe
the men nave f gist t the wonwi and n chil children cthUdrn obfldroso ¬
dren would take up the th urns > and con continue CIOftUnu eontInu ¬
tinue the battle frstn hill to bill un until InUI until ¬
til the country ooailt V8 bm w on itft grave graveyard urAyeyar4 rve rveyard
yard If flits for to ii Mll to te be TttlfleO TttlfleOthe srnsdthe
the pike v oWfr will t ll b lit atnnrer atnnrertng sggtring rrer rrerlal
tng for every Allan Boer or wilt have havesold huelolel hatssold
sold his life aa dearly d J at R possible poeslbleThe IIOIIlbleTb
The Tb rAt that OH relllartal re e naJ of the thecaaujtltiefi theeuua1t11i1 thecuuIdis
caaujtltiefi ot f this unf unC8rtl unibetunate tun > t te conflict conflictglvea eonJUotII eonltlctglues
glues II a vMosAc 1c U the tvtUae4 world la laa IIa
a food 004 slits Only a hundred tU rec1 year yearaio y yaro yearsago
ago they WMM have been considered considereda
a bacaUlle IMp LeI It to an a assurance PUle that thathwnanltr tthQlannr thathumanity
humanity te preffreaatat JU ac and that sov sovcrelfiiltj1 IOVPtf so soereJ
crelfiiltj1 ereJ Ptf tft M Within the reach of civil civilliattoiu civilIUon civiliaatio
liattoiu notwithstanding spasmodic spasmodicoutlurU apumodlooutb apsmmo44outbur
outlurU outb outbur of o barbarism barbarismAIlHIAti barbarlamA1UUl1 brbuiIIn4U11IIIJ
AIlHIAti NAAIOATIOV NAAIOATIOVIt
It ta item aaaerted rt4 that a company companyha tODllnyhN companyhu
ha hN beam be organised 1 In Austin Tetaa Tetaafor Texaafor Tezatot
for the purpose JtttIf1JOIIltf ef bvlMInc ftIkJ an airship airshipthat alrallillthet airshIpthat
that can be sent on a Journey to Parts PartsIn
In the near r future tutu Ill Inventor hlYelitorlie says eayahe sayshi
he lie h perfected a principle of force forceprojection toreJWOJIctlon foeceptojection
projection different from aaythtev aaythtevhitherto aVtbIaEhItherto tId tIdhttilerto
hitherto utilized The public however however1s
1s I skeptical aa to the mwlU of the tiltpro Hew Hewproject howproject
project projectSome pro projectoms
pro80m
Some oms time the problem of aerial arta1naY arta1naYlaUo a riI nit navigation nitlgstion ¬
igation t will b It solved and when hen the theolutlon tbeeolutlon thesolution
solution eon 10 ecesee It will probably be 10 10IImple sosimple o osimple
simple as to cane ca wonder that It was waanot W wasnot II IInot
not discovered before And there Is no noconceivable noCOlcehble noeostcelvabie
conceivable reason why the successful successfulInventor IU18mulIn successfulInventor
Inventor In ntor should not live e In Aiutln TV TVas Tea Teaa Teas
as a as well aa any otMr 0 part of olol1d the theworld thewotid
world Mill dnO annowncements cel f1lt have ha barmade e been beenmade beenmad
made so often that the airship mystery rnyrtfryIs
I
Is a mystery no nolonger longer 10 all prematurely prematurelythat
that It takes tl1l1 more tno than Ulnol1n annonnuseutp annonnuseutpnow nmmni4 aenta aentanow I Inow
now to create rt belief Jt tattm ta acini aciniUfmiinxtratlun let letOmoHtr
Ufmiinxtratlun UfmiinxtratlunIjitfljr OmoHtr 1 m I I noot ration rationLotety tiun
Ijitfljr prpertmcnt nprtmrnlIn h hin heaWde heaWdeIn
in Russia and tbat under the thetlon 1IIIIIttc 1IIIIIttctlon Isegecion
tlon of the tb fsovernment mment in I th tIWt loWest UManator t tor
or aerial navlgaUefl Dr K Kky Danflirwa DsafljeIcy
ky o otr of al tO Js g
tr 1J It
In nilrrii i II I Ito H frill I of < if r In IoIC Inxentlon Inxentlonl insefltloflliroveol
l miJ > I W < a woiilurful tUMMis Hi His Imllo l1on l1onaa n nus nus
us fllltd with pure hydrogen h 1ron < It eon onnbe cune eonbe
be e Inflated In half an hour and when whenniUd whenflhlio4 hen hentill
niUd till can b two traiuiort tra < l to t IIIny ny pla piare piarehi e eu
10 hi > u c juple 111 of of niiii niiiiInulnx ttlII1I 11 11JllIllnl
Inulnx I cool ng i th he < iin rnllal < < ii tiiii ti la tin t It bilioon biliooniiti blllonIUCttII br I I Ol fl flto
iiti IUCttII to ruliil < in 10 0 i uur online I I ni to I n un U fl unount a llI1t on it t In Intin Intll inIIIO
tin tll HcUntlfle American A mlllllI a to I un itltUnde itltUndeof
of 300 feet circlIng round atnl waa waabrought 11 11brourht wisbrought
brought to a full atop Then the descent descentwas
was w made In order that th tllt Jlonlan of offt otfIfIM offli1Atn4
ft fIfIM til t mid omerp obeIrye h erl Its o La vcllon The Theili Theoloclerit
ili 1 oloclerit iorit in I nl nlft nIWay Hy a hntardous under unilvrlaKiiiK undrtakllllr undertRdtog
laKiiiK but this thl balimm wan under un 1er < per perfcc1 JIrtl1 perhot
hot control It then again 8n ascended till tillIt tillIt tIllIt
It waa lost from view About two hour hourafterwards houaltrwardll hoursaftegwarie
afterwards th the account says a black buwkspeck bkek blackspeck
speck ek was seen It gradually Increased IncreasedIn
In use and soon all n Its detail could couldatttiii oouhlIIJlllln couldnoaIn
atttiii bo discerned by b the spectators spectatorsThi
The h airship came down In nearly a atrelght a1uIAlet astraight
straight lln Unt WMM about W ft fwm fwmth tromhe freinthe
th he ground fIOUncllt1 Its speed was alaflkeneU IIaokt and andthe ala4lthe andthe
the direction waa changed chi > d eo aa to toavoid toavoid toavoid
avoid a clump of tree The deactttt was wassucceesfully wa waIUCCtlUtUlJ wsssuccessfully
successfully aoootnvrtabed ed and th till In Inventor 10ventor inventor
ventor triumphant lapU out of the thev1IaIr thechair Hitchair
chair in which he Nad Inim lSst italcd MIl ffhlle ffhlleoperatina ehtie00eTattM bU bUpPtratltlr
operatina lila Ji ninHtN aSrlIl nan OJIWM OJIWMare JI14IId expirtare
are saw to have ba sicpreateil their billet boJletUtat lleUettJtat billetthat
that M Danllewtky baa m solved the theproblem nitprobleM tlioproblem
problem or aerial wirlwitlon Ana It IftUto IttWill ittIt
tUto tWill tIt i a Mt to wky wtI1I should D not an ansan Auwru Auwruoan ltWIoan
oan have hit upon tb till rIght ri principle principleHmnltanewu prflMllplIInutltalllOU principlecintultensosis i
Hmnltanewu With th ttle nt HaelanT ItUI ItUIUe till tftIthe tillthe
the public is I juUM In doubting until untilaa
aa actual amomtratkn shall n have havebeen lIa lIabeen havebeen
been made madeIn madIn rnadIn
In 1171 there wa WAf som talk of ero cross tJlar crosslag
1 lag K the Atlantic In a balloon 1 and net the thepreparations thePNparaUon theprepazUcni
preparations for the voyage 10 omtfed omtfeduniversal ortRttldunlv1 orantadUfliverisi
universal interest Th attempt Was Wasntver Wasnnll Sft8 Sft8never
never mad A couple of years lalet I W WJ WJ IVJ
J Donaldaon startOl ltart to cross th the Mfcn MfcnIn
In a balloon He did not come any far farther tarther farthat
ther than Connecticut though In an anattempt anattltJlpt anattempt
attempt later to craw tnii lake fiChfrn Michigan h hperlfllwd he heperleht hoperlehed
perlfllwd The he longest successful lu f2 f2an voy voyage oy oyage
age In a balloon was presumably that thatby thatby thatby
by two French adventurers who left leftParis IftParle liftIris
Paris during durSn the geg lege In 1171 and andlanded aradlanded std stdlanded
landed In the mountains of NOMY NOMYDut > onvay onvayMut orwaYhut
hut they did not attempt to steer the theolrthlp the611IIp theairship
airship They simply trusted to chance chanceThe chanceThe chanceThe
The axperiwents 8x and InvestlRattoits Inn tlgatklnl by byMaxim byIulm bytax1m
Maxim Llllwithal and others have liaveserved haveH hatsserved
served H to give a more correct under understanding understanding mlertandll1l ¬
standing of th the principles of air narit naritgallon nvtegatlon ri rigatkm
gallon and It can be only ODI a question of oftime oftime oftime
time when w the seemingly Mlmln uncontrolabl uncontrolablair
air shall prove to man A better medium mediumot
of oemmnnlcatlon tlon than the mighty mightyoceans mlgh mlghoa mightyoceans
oceans oa na
OIUJHD ItUVKSIOV ItUVKSIOVThe IlItVlStOThe
The storm raised ral rIudbi b > th tM withdrawal withdrawalof
of Prof McOlffert and Dr limit from fromthe troIftthe fromthe
the Prcabyterlan asnomlnatlon threat threatens threatItUIo
ens ItUIo to become orne n cyclone And nIl now the thedemand tbelJemaad thedemand
demand Is heard from rom all ii cuarters for fora
a revision 11I011 of the tb creed Among IftODK those thoseIn
In favor of something nw U I Itev ItevDavidOregg JtevvlllOIf ItetDavldargr
DavidOregg of Droofelyn who says saysThe larlThe saysThe
The Presbyterian church needs a new newand Dewand newand
and simple creed Though I am a con conaervatlve CODfYaU consenative
aervatlve fYaU Presbyterian I any that some someof lOtrIeot someof
of the Items of the Confession of Faith Paltbon
on which 4loh th the PreebyterlHB church churchstands cbardlltan churchMa6L
stands lltan a art dead Another pastor says sayshe 18 18h saysho
he h abhors torn sutlemenu in th the Con Confesalon ConrtAlon Confission0
fesalon and 4 believes beU there the are meat nwwin PMftjIn meatits
in the church today as competent colnPltnttontat M Mfounuwta Wformulate
formulate its expression X of faith as aswere uwere alwere
were tb the man of two hundred huadrtcllltd and fifty fiftyyear IIn ft7 ft7srs1ow
year 7 srs1ow ago Of court th there Is some op opposition opPGItIon opposition
position and the question flutioRwhellier le raeurt adwhether raeurtwhether
whether truth can he b revised or wheth whether hethr ¬
er 0 r the Presbyterian creed is I not the thetruth thetruth thetruth
truth And Dd If the tb creed can be revised revisedwhy rewltedwll revIsedwhy
why wll cannot the Bible too b be revised revtoodso
10 aa to eliminate from rom it what w at some someconsider tomcoulder someconsider
consider objectionable At any rate ratethe ratethe ratethe
the Presbyterians now have ha enough enoughquestions moutqu enoughqustlona
questions qu tlonl on hand to require them to toleave 10leav toleave
leave other denominations alone aloneTlie alOllTIll alanTile
TIll country does not mind Congress Congressmen ColI ColImen
men calling call1n each other hard name nameThey namThey namesThey
They are entitled to a little recreation recreationespecially ncreatloDllpeelatl recreallonespecially
especially along th tile line II of facts factsKxOovernor tactXxGoveraor factCOoveraor
KxOovernor Bole BoIea of Iowa IowaAm says saysAmerica saysAmerlea
America Am roa Is I as bad as Spain Let him himtry bl bltrr loinitry
try the latter country a while btle Tb Tbexperience ThtXl The Theexperieitceiiiiglit
experience tXl experieitceiiiiglit er1ellce > might change hit 11 mind nrindTh zelndThe mindThe
The report that Dewey D is In danger dangeref ilanaefof f fclrownla
ef drowning In the Bryany deep d and andthat andthat andthat
that Bryan Is I suffering n < trla from a Dewey Dewejrsweat Dew Dewwtat Deweysweat
sweat is not confirmed by oar press pressdltr PIWId piusdispatches
dltr d dispatches lchea te
Till Colorado storm was Hard on the thestrawberry theiMrawberr theM1wbTry
strawberry shipments the t delay to totrains totrains totrains
trains making the th berries almost almOitIOU as astoft asloft
IOU and mushy IIh aa the mud that fol followed folIoed fe feowsd ¬
lowed the thmeltlnt melting mltI snow snowIt DOWIt nowIt
It U said that Mrs Robb of Chicago ChicagoIs Chlcaco1IOtag
Is 1IOtag BOlng to organise an antllaborunlon antllaborunlonassociation anUlaborunloaMIOCtaUoa antIlaborunionaisoeisUotn
association It might promote her herscheme hffIIObemt herscheme
scheme to place It in the its hands of some someone lOII1erm pornOne ¬
one rm with a different name nameThe naaneTh namThe
The Boer force of SM men sent t to In Intercept latltCept intercept
tercept Gets Carrlgton tt thought m mLondon hiLondon litLondon
London to be of Insufficient strength to tocause tocaUIe tocause
cause anxiety nxlet Probably so but It mar marcause mareallle maycause
cause a lot of trouble In the tl amount at ofattention atatl atattentIon
attention atl < It will demand demandThe demandTke detnandThe
The St t Louis newspaper man who whowaa whoId whowas
was said Id to have ha fallen heir to several severalmillions eever eevermillions ve vemllUOIII
millions ts ra te usual reporters luck luckHe IVOLlIe luokHe
He has ha to keep Jr on working for a living livingsine Ihln IhlnalDOt lisIngslnc
sine his atteffed ia d estate Is shown to b bto be beIt bensiexIstent
nsiexIstent It to tar at his fceirsklp is isTh IITIle issoaseened
soaseened 0 0The
Th Lavdon Time fl refers to British Britishunprogresslveness BrlUlhUttprOrrI BritIshunprogreislvenus
unprogresslveness UttprOrrI both in Ita it armies armiesand annl annlan armiesand
and an In Ita It worklngwen Thft thunder thunderers
ers w subscripts aublorlpUCIIIIIIt let is liable to Be en endangered endaqered endanfered ¬
dangered by such outspoken o criticism of oftfe orlf ofifs
ifs supporter np however juetlnable its itsretaarta IIIft it itreut
retaarta reut may mayTb mayThe > >
Tb The London Dally Chronicle le cred credited er eroolited l lIt ¬
ited It with this TW 1s girls at Stockvun Stockvunschool RtOtkw11wlllcrol MtorkwoIschool
school wen discussing th Ike meaning of ofth utthe ofthe
th the letter Iltt O C B after Lord Roberts Roberts1name Robtrtna Robertsnama
name na On Oae sn rI g tisd the difficulty difficultyby cIIftIrultb
by b saytos = that the tit initial stood for forgenerally forOaran forOeaersllyCafled
generally OeaersllyCafled Called CII d Bobs BobsAt 8oblAt RObLAt
At the special III meeting of the th Priest Priesthood Prlethoo4 Priesthood
hood of the tbeait ialt Lake LikiltINoof ttah t of t glon IIoDWldnetda Io on onWednesday o oWednesday
Wednesday evening It was 11 decided decidedthat dectde4that Iel Ieltbat
that hereafter the meeUnispt meeting of the thePriesthood thePrltltl1004 thePriesthood
Priesthood of tbe tb Stake will U a held ld on ontb 011tbe onthe
tb the first Prtefcy m l earn eta mouth MClthat h at 7 711I p pm pnn
m Instead sf stsrdsjr sjonucg as asheretofore albtolor asheretofore
heretofore heretoforePrices btolorPricel heretoforePrice
Prices for poultry and eggs have ruled ruledlow rulftllow ruleoltow
low this sprit swing la to the mild wci wcitbar w wt we wethsr
tbar t aid steady supply But c this sane saneweather sameweather
weather ha hu militated against the prd prdsea pr prdustts >
dustts d 9t t tprusg rtsi Mrs and now nowhiek no nou
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column columnTh columnThe olumnTh
Th Norwegian explorer Horch Horchgri Donthgrin florchgrcin
gri grin > in < k 1111 iloti i ts KUCCUI 1 11lla ll > 1 In reaching the themom thelIIilt the0010Cr
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prls at Use United States resorting to tostringent toIlrln tostringent
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der tb the party whip the most mostremarkable mortrlnarubl nlostremarkable
remarkable departure In con congresslonal coa8onal congeesulonal
gresslonal legislation 1 < IIUon slneo tb tbcreation the thecNatlon IIScreation
creation of th to electoral commission In Intplte I Ispite >
spite of ill au 11 that h has been spoken anti anilwritten aniwrltttll antiwritten
written concerning the Puerto l > Rico tar tarIff trler taritt
itt bill the mystery m ery attending Its birth birthand birthnd birthand
and nd adoption by it the th Republican party
Is as imtwnctrable and inexplicable as asever a aevr asever
ever
San Francisco Call CallSenator clnleal CaPlenator
Senator leal tor Fornker in the current num nutnr
bet r of the North American Review Reviewcharacterises nevlewcbaraeterl Reviewcharacterise
characterises the Puerto Rican bill billwhich billwhich
which bld has just been adopted as a mea measure m mlure melsure ¬
sure designed to give e riM to queetloni queetloniof
of unusual farreaching and lid world worldwide worldWide orldWide ¬
wide importance He II goes on to totht say
that as a a general rule rul U le I not expe expedient lJt xp e ¬
dient to enact laws for th the mere pur purpose purflo purP ¬
pose flo P ° se of raising questions but Justine juUflealt juUflealtnib it itin
in nib this II case on the t he ground round that t it will willbe willbe willbe
be difficult to devise and comprehensive comprehensivepolicy comprtll cowprehenslvspolicy nlh nlhpolicy
policy of dealing dulin with lth Porto Rico un until untli Untll ¬
til the Supreme court ha b decided the theposition U Upo theposition
position po ltlon which the people of the Island Islandoccupy 1lanllupy Islandoccupy
occupy upy In our governmental system systemCleveland systemCleveland Item ItemCIland
Cleveland Plain Dealer DealerIt
It Is admitted d that the civil govern government IOernment oern oernment ¬
ment additions a to the bill made by b the theSenate tbetnate theSenate
Senate are ar objectionable some of them themhighly tbemhl themhlyhly
highly hl < hly so and that grave av consequences consequencesare
are likely to follow the attempt to car carry carIT ¬
ry 7 them Into effect They Will III work workbadly IIorkbadlY workbadly
badly In Puerto Rico and tLelr pro provisions provilionl provisions ¬
visions whit known in the Philippines Philippineswill
will tend t nd to deepen the ills I1Iltruet t met of ofAmericans ofAmerlcanl ofAmerican
Americans there The Th bill got through throughthe throuhthe
the Senate In Its It present P t1It form only 0111 by bythe bythe bythe
the application of administration pies pressure pmIUrt piessure ¬
sure and no one Imagines that th thradical the theradical theradIcal
radical changes In the lions bill would wouldbe
be accepted by tbe House Jlou but lor the thevigorous theVlroru thevigorous
vigorous us It ass of th t thepirty party rtr whip whipChicago whipChicalo hip hipCblcalo
Chicago Advance AdvanceA
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ter I III that th the demand for justice to toPuerto toPuprto toPuerto
Puerto Rico which has staggered th thparty the tbeparty theparty
party leaders has come from the Interior InteriorBtatoi InteriorState InteriorStates
State Tbe moral leading In polities for forwhich torIhll1 forwhich
which we have looked to New N England EnglandIn E nlafld nlafldIn ad adIn
In the past has b in this Instance come comefrom cometrom comefrom
from the Interior This Is I a fact which whichwe
we e may well ponder and the fact that tbatthere t thatthere t ttbfre
there ha has been In any section such a agreat aflreat agreat
great moral uprising which has h ta given givenpause givenpause iven ivenpau
pause pau to th the politicians i Ie a sign In of ofpromte oCpnlmlM ofprentice
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Sacramento Record Union UnionTh UnionTIle UnionThe
Th TIle San Francisco Chronicle Is I bor borrowing borrowUl barrowtog ¬
rowing trouble about possible oomph complications oompllNtloli oomphcatIoni ¬
cations arising r JDt out of the murder of a aVrltlak a1Ir1Ueh aW1tialtbit
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to what t tftlltorlty tilt British govern government IOve IOveIM governnwilt ¬
ment IM t will 11 look a responsible rtllIOn I In case casetb euetM caelb
tb tM British subjects rights were er tees trespassed tr troon teespassed ¬
passed upon There wttt not be the theMsAlMtt theUklll theIgkti
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there th is I to be free trade or limited limitedprotection limitedproteotlon limItedprutsottoft
protection for or tbat possession mskes mak no nosort noMIt nosort
sort of difference wHatover o as far as asour alour asour
our responsibility I Ie concerned concernedKansas oonotmtdXnlal concernedXansas
Kansas City Star StarThe StarTile StarThe
The final passage of such an act un under unrSer un4ei ¬
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showing lhowl the feeling of tb the people I of the tbeUnited theUnlttd theUnited
United States and of tb the government In Inregard tnrd inregard
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