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be appointed a by the Governor of the theBtat thlBtatt thestate
state to Whom tbe vrloiu commlttew commlttewthrsvcbwt cummlttftltbrau committetsthrevgt
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tttmed to 0 enjoy It Immensely 11 Ho II Isreported IIrtporttd Iiteportd
reported as havlnr hinted at the pro propriety proprltty proty ¬
priety ty of making the day a national nationalHe nationalholiday
1I holiday lIdar He aid eaidf nidHf aidr
Hf f feel cmtly dtJy honored to be the thecuett th thtueft thsruest
cuett of fhicago especially on this thisoccasion thl thleeenlon thisoccasion
occasion It waa M about > < this time two twoyean twotetra twoyears
yean lg ago ° bat we Hnlihed the battle battlein
in tetra n Manila > > anll Pay Ta tI I am glad to be b here hereon
on this second ond anniversary of the fight
1 am jlaI la laJ < l to ace n > Chicago Chl < a taking the theitcp tbetrp thestep
step to make this a national holiday holidayand
and feel the honor of having havln It called calledDcwiV ealledlW esnetiDew
DcwiV Dew twy lW I have looked forward to tothl tothll tothis
thl this trip ever er lnre In last October when Whsnthe wkanthe whenthe
the mayor Invited me m here with the thegrestut theIItt thegreitest
grestut pleasure and Interest InterestAdmiral IntrtJ4mlral InterestAdmiral
Admiral Dewey certainly deserves deservesthe deservethe
the i Ll1ce > lace he has In the nation and In Inthe Intbt intIwhsartI
the tIwhsartI hearts of his countrymen When the thewar theWT theway
war with Spain broke out It was w by byo
10 o means n considered certain that the theAmerican theAtntrlHn theMtetn
American squadron was w to superior lu rlor In Inevetr Inevtfl Inesy
evetr respect peet to the tll Spanish naval force forceia
In Astatic waters But Dewer wr did not notejtate nott notMftt
Mftt ejtate t an Instant Very few men menUnder mentaDr mentinier
Under him had ever Vlr seen a battle and andbe andtilt anttbe
be few war vettrani did not know by byexperience btnPltlacf byipsrince
experience how modern m rn equipments equipmentswould uipmentawould
would work when seriously erloua Put to tho thotest thotlIt thotest
test Dewey was 11 thousands of miles milesaway mil milWII mileaway
away WII from his hi but of supplies Ul1PI and andfailure andfailure andfailure
failure would have h been disastrous dlsaitrcuiNotwithstanding dltlutrouNolIthtanlllni disastrousNottvlthtanding
Notwithstanding then th < at conslde considerations conltlerttlonsb rat lens lenshe
he b vent nt straight at the th enemy hiding hidingnder hltllnlrn hIdingsrdr
nder n 9r the cover of forts and land bat batterles batterlw battines
tines and neS won on the tb day in one on ofthe ofthemost otthemOlt orthemost
most remarkable naval engagements engagementsknown nracemntsknon ngigementaknown
known to history The promptness vrlth vrlthwhich vlthwblch lth lthwhich
which the tb admiral proceeded to execute executethe xecutethe
the orders of his hi superiors no less ii than thanthe thnnth thanthe
the th brilliancy of the victory vIr tory endeared endearedhim
him to his countrymen hi bisceuntrymenTb countrymenThe
The Th battle attl ttie oft Santiago was as re remarkable remarkab timacbible ¬
markable In Itt It results ult as that oft Ma Manils ManilL ta tanlla
nils but Pew Detr y had taught the people peopleto
to expect tome om such outcome of the thelong thelonc thelong
long blockade blt > rkad and on that account the thenewi thea thenews
news a of It was not received with the thelatno thealDo thesame
same degree of enthusiasm u it oth otherwlee otherwise
erwlee would have been beenAll beenAll
All the prominent men mt of the late latewar latewar
war deserve the best a nation can give givethem alveqm givethem
them but as a to making the annlver annlversarlet onnlverrl anniversariS
sariS rl of their achievements national nationalholidays nationalbolldl nationalbolidsys
holidays bolldl It must be remembered that in inthe Inthe Inhe
the he opinion of a irreat t many the num number number numbet
ber of such days Is already larger than thanIs
Is necessary Iary for the convenience of a awellregulated awUrtflJated awelIrsgulatsd
wellregulated nation Attempts to toadd toa4d toadd
add to them are sure to meet with op opi opIcItlon
i IcItlon IcItlonSVMltT1IY Kitlon KitlonSYMPATHY
The resolution of sympathy I1 PAthy for the thestraggling theItrugglllll theatrugglttt
straggling South African Republics In Intrndured Intrndurd introdured
trndured Into the Senate by Mr Teller Tellerl
I framed in language that should be beInoffensive Lelnorrnlve belnoftnzive
Inoffensive even to Great Britain It Itamounts Itamount Itamounts
amounts to a declaration cSeclara tloll ot strict neu neutrality neutrallt neuTaut ¬
trality Taut and a desire that the th govern government gOernm government ¬
ment m nt of the United Ststes I1ttt may teiA through throughfriendly throughlrlendl throughIriendiy
friendly offlrei om reI assist In bringing thear thewar the thewar
war ar to a speedy peed conclusion In a man manner manner manncr ¬
ner honorable < to both the tb contending contendingparties cOlltlndlppartlet coatendingpertiel
parties It should be potalble IOIIIbl to pass a aresolution 1 1reaolutlon aresolution
resolution of that kind oven by Con Congress CcmHI Congresi ¬
gress HI It can be no breach et diplo diplomatic dlptomath dlplomatie ¬
math etiquette to express a desire for forpeace forpelce forpeace
peace with honor honorWhen honorWhen honorWben
When the history hltol of the South Afri African Atrlran African ¬
can war shall be written and the thecauses thecaUMC th thcause
causes that led te it fully revealed lt ltwill IIlI Itwill
will lI perhaps be made clear el that th thBoers the thentltled the140ir5
Boers are entitled to a i liberal Aare Aarethe ot ottbe o othe
the worlds orld sympathy It the thlwriter BIIIIh BIIIIhrtttr ICaglishwriter
writer rtttr J A Hobson has hi not misrepre misrepresented tnllrepreeoted Inisrepreseated
seated the facts Great BritaIn has hl1 been beendeceived btendec beendeceived
deceived dec lved Into an unnecessary war the theend theend theend
end of which Is I yet t far off According Accordingto
to his hi statement the tb Transvaal mines minesare
are not owned chiefly by British sub subjects lubj aubjeca ¬
jects j ta but by French German and Ru Russian RuIlan Rusian ¬
sian capltallrti representing the Roth Rothsrhilde Rothrhlld flothihUd
rhilde hUd and other continental banking bankingiuetltutlons betakingjij bankinglastitutluns
iuetltutlons jij Cecil Rhodes Is largely largelyand
Int rr rrld J and he h and nd his hi friends be beihit beIivlnjt belvIng
Iivlnjt that the value of their etocjc etocjcvouM atoe atoewould tocc toccwould <
would be greatly < < enhanced by 11 a change changeuf cllan cllanul
uf government combined with Ith the own owners owntII
ers 15 of the diamond fields at t Klmber Klmberta
It hi ta a scheme to destroy the covern covernmeat overnmtDt ovsrnmint
meat of the republic The Jameson raid raidwas rtldwu raidwas
was a movement to farther this plan planAlter plnnAfter planAlter
Alter that tho tb British government was waedrawn w wasdrawn
drawn Into the net the th assistance of otChamberlain ofCUmberlaln ofCbintberlaln
Chamberlain having hln been secured securedPublic lteurtdPublic securedPublic
Public Journal In South Africa were weresubeWlted wrelIbetclld weresubsldlecd
subeWlted and every means employed employedto
to make the existence of the tb Boer gov government gO gOI1UDenL gorerament ¬
ernment bitter Charges were w made madethat madethat madethat
that BrtU British subjects wen maltreated maltreatedIn
In Borland and appeals for red redress redrel8nre redresswere rets retswere
were frequent I nt The Th war Mr Hobeon Uobeon11Ib ilobsonthinks Hobeonthinks
thinks 11Ib could have been avoided had hadnot hudnot hadnot
not Cecil Rhodes been 11 determined to toforce toloree tolorce
force It on the republics republicsThese repwlllcaThe republicsThesp
These The statements although made by bya b ba
a British author represent the th Boer Boeraide BeerIlde
aide 14 of the controversy contro It la not nec necessary neceuar neceuary ¬
essary to wprw an opinion as a to the theevidence thevldlDe thetridettee
evidence on which blcb they are bas based < l Hit Hitlory mitory Illstory
tory will In due time pronounce Its It Im 1mpr unpartial Impartial ¬
pr partial tlal verdict r4lot But there t1l the can be no nodoubt nodoubt nodoubt
doubt of tb terrible power po possessed possessedby i ibr
by the commanders of millions of dol dollars doitart I Ilall
lars And If they th put their forces in inmotion Inmotion inmotion
motion aided by b creed er d malice and all allthe allthe al althe
the other agencies nelet that frenerally raIY are re In Inattendance Inattendance insttendanc
attendance upon th the heartless Soil eodMamtnm SoilX godMisnuWa
Mamtnm X they can cause cau much misery miseryand mlnryand miseryand
and wretchedness amonr the children childrenof
of men Stilt 1111 in II International politic politicsympathy polltlca8a politicseympatk
sympathy 8a ltk li I generally accorded th thwinning the thewlwar theWlanin
winning party not the one that Is I borne borndown bornedowa bornedews
down in tb the struggle for existence existenceOUNUIlAIj exfatenceOuimtu existencealcNlItt1i
OUNUIlAIj UOTIIA UOTIIAGeneral l10TJIOtnaral 11OTI1tGeneral
General BoUt who Whos is 4 now no the com commanderlnchJef commlldri cornmaaderipchist
manderlnchJef mlldri chltt of tb the Boer force Is Isaccordlnr IIaccordlD IsccordIn
accordlnr ccordIn to an 11 article In the Review Reviewof
of Review only 001 thlrtyrix years r old oldand oldsad
and 114 h he does net praises t ta be a allOlcller allOlcllerbtlt soldte soldtebat aollierbet
bat a common farmer an ancattle and andratUe andcattle
cattle raiser It will be re remembored reo1Ul c cacimbored
membored 1Ul bored that he was the tb hero henof heroof
of Colcnso sad JtotM Kop Ko and at both botPlaces bolhplace bothplaces
Places h he oehluUed not n t only courage courapbut couraebut couragebut
but Iroteetial aWllty a l17 of no mean or order or4r ordr
der Ufltha Is I nb about ut the only Boer com commander commanter cornmandir ¬
mander wh tho h has successfully taken takentbe tltkentbl takenthe
the offend OtPIftI against Q lnt the tb Invading InvadingarmlH Indlnrarm Invadingarmlpa
armlH arm U he continues as he has com commenced commno cornmenod ¬
menced mno the advance ftlce of General Rob Roberts Uobntl Itohcr11 ¬
erts on Pretoria will be one of thrilling thrillingIntereit thrllllnrInttrt thrillinginterst
Intereit fr trim m a military point ot view viewBotha view3otha Ilw IlwlIothll
Botha wu WaS < born In Quytown Natal NatalAs
As a young ounr OOfl man to fought against the theKaffirs theKamu theICafflri
Kaffirs Kith muoh success H has hasserved haarf baaserved
served rf ll as a prominent member of the theVncsraad theYtJksraad theVeflcsuAd
Vncsraad at Pretoria und unt he e eto Is I said saidto Hidto
to possess PG a high hlahdJTte degree ot cultlvatlen cultlvatlenHe
He H has a afise fine t library and his 1 wife w has hasmodern baaa
a modem plane 1t nl He Is d dMtr1bac1 ribed as at atattractive etpttrarUc eftttractIve
attractive planners and very molest
9D tn Jro JA > a SMU fl th Ult Boar leader leaderr4 leadergie
gie I tMs I it i him bllDJI him11isi
11isi JI r4 i Ie e U I II democrat of ofv
dSflii v in I n be told Uw story storyv tOI
of TItqvt v 1 i clothed cl tht4 In a suit suitniirht suitof ultt
of vjj t niirht ht have heist dear dearvhn drh dearat
at vhn h n he bought It He Hejr 11 11O Iito1
to1 O jr scarf an old stained stainedi
brond broadbrrm 11 J i hat surmounted Ma Maabuwi Illsheall hishead
head b1f u abuwi of his hi coat were wereApparently wrwo weretroj3
wo troj3 Iii I Apparently h he left his hisand hi hiOo histock
Oo tock 1 0 oit p and without changing changingnt ohanfnp
hi his 0 < I nt to the tb battlefield tunel to toipi toUIIUht toaswfl7
UIIUht aswfl7 JlIIJalid ipi I uf his hi burghers 1IurlCh lie lieproud 11 lIedidnt
dld1U lie t > proud of hi his victory victoryof 1IotorTand victoryandsp
and andsp < I of f the bravery of the thend
l1rIU l3r1thi < nd the tb injustice of the thesuch thewar thetrar
war > > vlAj > j such slaughter nice neoaiof n na1 niceear
ear a1 II I < of the th men who went wentn Wtlltup wentup
up U thfl It I > n Kop I learned that thata thatQeetaBfl
G QeetaBfl n th I a nl i one on of the th first to toi torot toroaghi
rot roaghi it i and that he himself himselfH hImselftook
100 took C H from from the hands of Uritlsh Uritlshr liritish5Olc31j7n
101 5Olc31j7n I r h hm > m he knocked to the thethe theJ1 thegr
gr J1 III the butt end 41 of his re reIP itvolVerP
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nA flguJ1 f4 I y u III l the events tI tlAt now nowint nowHIm nowssirn
HIm r lrni int hi in South Africa Af iotna iotnaof Iomeknl1P1 lomsknGl
knl1P1 IUil of f his hi charaeUrUUoa will willt willaid willaidIfltLttbc
aid aidIfltLttbc Jn1 t a letter understanding of ofthat oftIiQ ofth1ojtrYfgIe
tIiQ th1ojtrYfgIe tr e that la I taking plaea pia and andtunny aftlltha andthai
tha thai I tunny n n respects hasbten and andthe andI andis
I is Ia P pth4ptthecivilIasdworld pth4ptthecivilIasdworldMlSS1OH i I the clrlllMd world worldMISSIONS worldL
At ttd t1i cent c nt ecumraical scum uicil conference conferencerUs
of i1i narlu rUs one on of th thellM1ttr thellM1ttrDr the fionlwra sisalersDr fionlwrapuke
Dr n puke of t the dUncnltle llmenl en enin encoun encounlnd
coun counlnd r in Mohammedan countries countriesIf oountrtuJIolll
JIolll He said ll If IIs 1 almost certain death for a aniejlan IIMoi4trtptan aMohktnrnan
Moi4trtptan niejlan to embrace Christianity Christianityhe
und EhIeljJ hfl1id he hi escape with his life IIf he hehe hewll1ri hesvIil
wll1ri svIil W1he he certain and unqualified unqualifiedcontempt unQualifiedcontc unualifledCOntefiipt
contempt contc i iDt of hu hi friends and relatives relativesHo relatl relatllie
lie thught however that a brighter brighterday brighterdaYolf brighterday
daYolf day wjuid lawn la n for th the Mohammedan Mohammedanword Mohammedanwortdt Mohammedanworld
word wortdt fjbere Is I h he mid in the thetoday theHoIY thelIOIyTand
HoIY lIOIyTand nd today tQ ay a sentiment looking lookingthe lookingforwMdt lookingtorWaidt5
forwMdt the visitation of Mm great greatprophet gr greatprophet t tro
prophet ro lj t Th The oppression of the Otto Ottomamimplre Ottomnn Ottomnnempjre
mamimplre mnn mnnempjre rn fre II doing ing much to dissatisfy dleeatUfythe
the people peO Je with jlb Mohammedanism and andwill randlV1IIb andwill
will lV1IIb 14 be efftitive in time In bringing bringingthem brlnJlnJjtbem bringingtheta
them to t6Qhrlat t6QhrlatThoq Qhriit QhriitTho ObriatTim
Tim Thoq quejtion utlon ot making proselyte In Inthe Inthe inthe
the Mohammedan 1ol world presents pranUnumerotia prtt4nt8numero presentsnumerous
numerous numero difficulties and one Is this thisthat thlthat thisthat
that the tb Chrutlans with whom they theyhave theybave theyhave
have cdtrieln come trte In contact do not as a rule ruleInspire rullInspire ruleInspire
Inspire them hem with oonfldeno Bar Bartlcuhtrly IarUcuh1r IMrticuhirly
tlcuhtrly Ucuh1r Y not ilot in Palestine The thou thousands thouands thousands ¬
sands of Oft ofpiIgr1a pilgrims who yearly rl throng throngthe throngthe throngthe
the sacred aacr dIlac places furnish about as die dlseusting dieIllIni dl dlgusting
gusting IllIni kj It spectacle l lCtade a as was ever wen wenunderftlitj Ntnund unundrTht
underftlitj und Thq cover ver of religion rellJJ n A great greatmany greatmany greatmany
many Bf the Christian that have have6ttled havelJ haveaettIediji
lJ aettIediji 6ttled U tciofrtthe fti tl tic > e country and art conduct conducting oonductIng conductlug ¬
ing varjops vli J kind of business are do doing doIng dolug ¬
ing tHI tJii1i bi lr ii way In which the most mostdeprav mOltdeprovrtralt mostdepravdtraits
deprav deprovrtralt dtraits of oharaiter are laid laidbare laidbare i iblut
bare ttI tp p the observer Dishonesty Dishonestygre Dlsbon DishaneEygreed t tgr
gre gr greed JeMtt dEt t form part of the business buslneMtneth businessmeth4fg Jusln JuslnrnIUt
tneth meth4fg ujk > The Tn missionaries there very veryoften vel velottenl1w veryOften
often ottenl1w JrhTV considerable telarlei t lr18l live liveIn liveIn liveIn
In oomfsriably oomte tllbIY furnished houses Iou at nttend attend attend
tend totlftlr own ptaura and gen genorally generall genaraIiplay
orally erall araIiplay play PI Y the part art ot lord Ior among a ajsjrjiiggHntf aIJtOpl aloie
IJtOpl jsjrjiiggHntf lt arUggiing rrl1n with poverty and andThen audInofnn andlZnorltflQs
Inofnn InofnnThen lZnorltflQsThen
Then thj Otchrltlan Christians whenever they theyscttlo theyetU theysettlo
scttlo etU In InUltkhnt surtlcifnt numbers establish establishplnoOs lItabllhplaa establishplaoue
plnoOs plaa Vhr wkpre Intoxicants can had lutdAnd lUl lUlAnd hadAnd
And grauually ally th tM naturally natural 1I0ber1ohtfIrtftMan sobertlohinfrndan sober soberMohifnrmilan
Mohifnrmilan Is attracted lie will willleave willleave vllIItme
leave his poorly poorly furnished coffeehouse coffeehouseand
and steal IItedlaw avay to the saloon hiding as aswell aswoll assrell
well us 11 t he can his hi entrance and exit exitfrom exittrom exitfroni
from thefV th thee lf establishments that spring springup
up llkq U 9 tJ11J rrtufhrooms hruom In the path of Eu Euotvflliatlon BurO luropoan
rO ropoan n otvflliatlon It all serves n to toChristian toI toChristlin
I > > tb Christian religion in th thof the theeltlmditi thgeatirnsflfn
eltlmditi of the better class of Mo Mohatitrrejns MohI1r 31ohantMdflP
hI1r hatitrrejns ffiP I and te retard retarellts Its it progress progressThsrd plQgrellThlirl progresThrobculd
Thsrd Throbculd Jjnould tmould be no reason why a afolloftofToPthe afOlloW atoiioWeilf
fOlloW folloftofToPthe toiioWeilf lr r thp th Arabian reformer can cannot cannot cannot ¬
not bo fpn VOn for f ° r true Christianity He Hebellevti lieb8110njttjhl HebeIIo
bellevti b8110njttjhl beIIo s ftT fFihie MB way In Jesus of Nazar Nazareth NaznrethU4t1 Nazaretli ¬
eth ethU4t1 liHeilias iL hi his conceptions ot sin of ofvirtue otrt ofvirtde
virtue rt rtr aVf Firayer < Prayer and of a life after afterthis afterthl afterthis
this l1 lulL tJhe the one on who will make any nnyImpr RnyImprl anyImpreesWn
Impr Imprl l0h among th the people ot the
East mil miLanderstand t inderstand thoroughly their theireentlmSffa theirlenUin theireentlrn
eentlmSffa lenUin mi i and not treat every p pcullarlty pot potcullafilt pcuilafit4a
cullarlty cuilafit4a jfrfc a despicable prejudice He Hemust 11 11muat Memust
must kfjlwthe kl he ethics and 114 th the theology theologyof th80locroft1l
of oft1l tH6 tfl tiffrn n and learn to retain that thatwhlshiljtrue thatWhllhJijirue thatwhish
whlshiljtrue whish fftrue in It ThOM that throw throwavrayvtJlyheat throwawatH throwaway
avrayvtJlyheat awatH away tH heat with the th chaff will willnever willnPt willnever
never nPt siioeied s sub hd as missionaries any unywhtfr anywhra tnywh
whtfr whtfrButnbqye wh whraBUt rt ft ftnu
nu BUt Butnbqye nb4t nbqd all al the successful miNion missionary
ary rrfUgWV fflU niusge un one called to that work workas
as waiAtfrpn wa nm or John the Baptist or orPaul or1aul orlaui
Paul O bttrsus bt wuii lie must be filled with withove withlove withlore
love ove iQ b 1J fii hi his fellowmen and regard regardtheir reII1thlflUiiIOn regardthslr
their thlflUiiIOn ialv5tTlfm as the aim ot his life lifeJuit IIf IIfJUlt lifeJust
Just nW n til country has a con conroverjjf coritlGett controvet
roverjjf trovet hanil with the most promIn promInent
ent ot Mpnammeaan Mbhdrrmeisn rulers rule It is all on onnocoifHt onnoootfrtt onncootflt
nocoifHt j bisti 8U said to have been bf > en BUS BUSn 8UStalnec sustainad
talnec n l biTflsevnar1ro uTm ionarle9 in his dominions dominionsThe I ITbe
The adnrveriy er has ha at time seemed seemedto mtc1 mtc1to
to threat th threfttjU lP nju < to atiume ume a serious charac character ¬
ter It aiiOUiU 1 il1 be understood that the themanner themalln themariner
manner malln o In Milch hldt ii Ii Chri Christian tian America Amerioasettles AmericaUle Americasettles
settles Ule thti thrrnatter > > natter with Mohammedan MohammedanTurkey Mohammedanrurk MohammedanrurkoI
Turkey rurk J tli lt have an Important bearing bearingon
on the rrtts in5ris ijn for the future It IB IBa laa I Ia
a roMtMicttte mostd ll te matter American cltl cltlsren eiliun cititins
tins cannot onnn t afford to have tlvelr just justrights justrlltht justtights
rights tre trod under the fe feet t of mobs but butChristian butCbrlatl but1ChrIstlat
Christian 1 muelonarlea can as little littleafford littleafford littleafford
afford t tQ spforc fllree their claims with withsword withword withsword
sword nnK and mr hell h tI particularly when whanueh whensuch whenueh
ueh claims claltd are surprisingly high To Todo Todo Todo
do so 0 wtjUl Uta b bt to render future rats missionary utlsIlonnt ratssionary ¬
sionary Ilonnt v viprk prk tt tlll more dlfflcult dlfflcultTo
To the humble 1p1L1 layman it would Youllleem Youllleemthat seem seemthat seemthat
that starika1 t lr illt1g woi oqld ld not be needed neededfor
for that prognostication prognosticationCr rOgnotication rOgnoticationDenir
Denir 4e Cr Crttk k dam d m has gone goneout goneout goneout
out and the CastUwood dam is leak leaking le leakmi k kInlThmli ¬
ing InlThmli ThoWU Thate In dunger nJjet of a sr great at dwtruo dwtruotlon deatruoUon deetruetion
tlon of property prty there In one oneway way or the theether theother theother
other etherItaly otherItltl otherItalt
Italy Itltl France lor ce and Russia are re now nowbecoming noWbeoomlnr nowbecomIng
becoming lifavy purchasers ot Ameri American Amlrlcan American ¬
can coal oA A trade like that i II an 1m 1mm 1mmn immen
m mn ns barrltr to ny hoatlle action on anth onthe onthe
th the part ath of the countries named toward towardthis toardthl towardthis
this naUVqT naU nation In this way t II oommeroe oemmeroa
a powerful powtrf enemy of war warCapthlu warCaptht warCaptaho
Capthlu pllldwlek Clu Iu dwlek seems to have havebeen havebten havebsen
been pret pretty > well med up with a mix mixture mixture mixture ¬
ture ot fndrscretlon fridt Clttlon and of antagonism antagonismto
to Admiral l Bchley The sharp rbtik rbtikh rebnkehe
h he has rtifilved n IVod for his hi exc exceos CtU of the theformer lIefonnlt theformer
former ought o c t to modify the quantity of ofth otth ofthe
th the latter fie 6 has been carrying accord accordins acoordIns accordlog
ins to toht hlibwn h qwn bwflwords bwflwordsUffort words wordsBfferts wordBtforta
Bfferts to keep tH up th the Iron and n4 tNt steelinarket at tNtmlnket ft ftmarkets
markets east are meltIng with tih fair fairsuoceee talrUDCeH fairmost
suoceee but there Is I no denying th thfact th4fllt the thefact
fact thadriUklatlona that IndicatIOnS ot wwlcnws wkn are aresufllsleptly arelumlepUt aresufficiently
sufficiently notable to warrant th the ox oxp oxPMtatl oxictatin
p PMtatl ictatin tatl n R Ofj lower prices In this and andmeit aridmet nodroost
met oTher b Branches jJranab of trade within withinthe svtthinthensxt 1tl1lnt
the t thensxt e n fiet st Tew few months It is la a sort of OfI
I 1
settling from the extreme of high price pricehat protlltbat pricesthat
hat has been n swung Into IntoTh IntoTh intoThe
Th The railway strike trlk in Montana Is al already aIread already ¬
ready read getting tUn serious In making proba probaable probaable proMable
able th the closing clOlI g down of the Boston BostonA DoltonMontaM liestonMontana
A Montana smelter became of lack of ofore ofOrtl ofores
ore Something should b be ten to pre prevent prevent pitvtlt ¬
vent this tbl burden falling lall tC on workmen workmenwho I Iwho
who would b be thrown Cut ut of employ employment employmnt employmeat ¬
meat by b th the threatened event eventAnother wntAnothti eventAnother
Another email II body of American Americantroop Amerloantroo Anierilantroop
troop troo l has been surrounded In Pansy PanayPhilippine PansyPhilippine na naPhilippine
Philippine Island and only onl Map ecapd ecapdtter d dafter
after desperate dn erate fighting and that with withsever withvre withlever
sever vre loss Bit 1CIther her th the Filipinos are aredoing aNdonc aredoing
doing better fighting now OW or th the Amer Americans Amrlcana AmerIcons ¬
Icons are re lee I watchful than formerly formerlyo farinllr farinllrCo
Co o their own cost costTh eotTh costTb
Th British report of otloouth South Africa Afrl to today today today ¬
day is I seven days righting out ot th thlast the thelut thelast
last ten days tIa 11 Bon noe killed Jlnd and nd 40 40wounded 40wounded O OwoundecJ
wounded with 17 of these th taken prison prisoners ¬
ers cc th the Boers Dot were alao driven from fromHoutnek lromI1outnk fromItoutnek
Houtnek Th The Boer reports tell of two twovlctorle twoIctorl twovictories
victories Ictorl to their side d with WI 11 t II > British Britishkilled ItrIttlhkllltcl r1tIih r1tIihkilled
killed and M 2 prisoners taken from the theBritish theDrlUIh lie lieBritish
British Evidently both IIoUIIII sides are keep keepIng kHPInc keepfig
Inc fairly talrl even in the warbulletin race racThat t1totThat raceThat
That halfstarvd Canadian soldier soldierwho IOldlrwho soldierwho
who stole tol a chicken and got fiftysix fiftysixdays IttlIxdaya ftyixdays
days Imprisonment affords a ease for forInvestigation torIny forinvestigt4oo
Investigation Iny tlpqon It the story told t In the tbedispatches the4patohll thedispatches
dispatches 1s true tru Breach of t military militarydiscipline mUltaldllOl militarydiscipline
discipline dllOl llna calls for no unnecessary unnecessarycruelty U1U1tCt utmeessearycruelty a1 a1oruelty
cruelty such as In charged against againstBritish alllllltrltlth againstflritish
British officers offi In this case Canada is isright IIright istight
right In wanting th the facts of the tb case casemade caNma1e casemade
made known knownA
A country exchange which has opin opinions opinioqi ¬
ions and expresses them forcibly forciblymakes forclblrmak forciblymake
makes mak this trite remark remarkThe remarklThe remarkThe
The Suit Lake Tribune ic I nothing If Ifnot Itnot ifnot
not mendacious mendaciousCorrect mndacloulCorrect meadeclouLCorrect
Correct That ia I sufllolent by way waYot waYotreply wnyofreply of ofreply
reply to our city clt contemporaries lat latMt latI 1steat
Mt I attacks on the Daseret News except exceptthat exoeptthltt exceptthat
that th the Tribunes local columns often oftencontain ottncontain oftsncontaIn
contain the proofs of its own editorial editorialmendacity editorialmendnclty editorialmendacity
mendacity Instances of which we have havarecently blavrtoenUy haveriosatly
recently pointed out Nut sd sdCarson 184Caraon iedCarson
Carson City Nevada has an astrolo astrologer astrologui ¬
gui who recently r set the horoscope horoscopefor
for Admiral Dewey and found th the fol following fol10Wlnl following ¬
lowing lowingDewey 10WlnlDwty lowingDewey
Dewey Is ruining himself his health healthand healthand healthand
and Finances are both rapidly assuming assumingthe
the square of Saturn giving prolonged prolongedsickness prolon prolonItcklMl prolongedatcknss
sickness family misfortune loss ot otmoney otmOhey ofmoney
money and ant general adverse condition conditionLet condltlonaLet
Let him be careful lest h he face absolute absoluteruin nb absoluteruin olute oluteruin
ruin and heartbreaking disappoint disappointment ¬
ment He has reached th the zenith of ofhis othla ofhis
his good fortune th the rest unless unlaeswell unlHIIwen unlesstroll
well guarded will b be rapid retrograde retrogradeCAPTAIN rwtlOgradCAtTAIN retrogradeOAVTAIN
Cleveland Plain Dealer DealerSine Dl8lerSlnOl DalerLnos
Sine Lnos the finding of the courtmartial courtmartialand
and the confirmation of the sentence sentenceby ntenceby
by the President attempts have been beenmade betnmad beenmade
made to recover part If not all of the thestolen thetolen thestolen
stolen money but there again the ef efforts effort efforte ¬
forts of the tt1 government officials have havebeen havelIn havebeen
been thwarted by b the same social ft financial ftnandal ftnaneil ¬
nancial and poll political lieu I Influences which whichwere whichwre whichwere
were at work to prevent the execution executionof
of o the sentence But for the stand standtaken Ilandtakn standtaken
taken by an Independent press the de defrauding d dfraldlng dfretuding ¬
frauding army officer would have been beenpermitted beenpermitted beenpermitted
permitted to enjoy the usufruct of his hiscrime bl blcrime lilacrime
crime in peace peaceOmaha pecaceOmnhlt peaceOmaha
Omaha WorldHerald WorldHeraldCarter World VporldlleraldCarter Herald HeraldCartr
Carter is now in prIson but what whatabout whatabout whatabout
about the men who profited with him hlnvIn himin
hthlm hthlmIn
In the robbery ot th the gOvernmentt ernment Is IsCarter IsCarter IsCarter
Carter to t be e made the seapecofttT MP8fO < < t What Whatabout Whatabout Whatabout
about the men who divided th the swag swagwith awagltb swagwith
with ltb the captain of the engineering engineeringcorps
corps It Is not enough that Carter Cartershould Cartershould Cartershould
should be Imprisoned and disgraced disgracedThe dJIIJra dJIIJraThe
The men who profited with him In the thorobbery U1erobbery therobbery
robbery of the government should be beclothed beclolhed beclothed
clothed In prison garb and made to tosuffer tolIutter tosuffer
suffer with him himMilwaukee himMilwaukee himMilwaukee
Milwaukee Wisconsin WisconsinThe
The triumph of Justice over the power powerof
of wealth la extremely gratifying It ItIs IIII itIs
Is not often that justice IB fully done In InR InIL Ina
R case ca of this kind as the laws are full fullof tullot fullof
of loophole through whleh the lawyers lawyersmanage lawyersInanap lawyersmanage
manage to squeeze rascally clients clientswhile elln ellnhlle clientswhile
while hlle they tht In turn squeeze the th the clients clientspurse cllantllPUtH clientspurse
purse But there are a tome pleasing pleasingslips pleasingships llnglIpe
slips and this Is I a notable one on
Philadelphia Press PressIt Pr PrIt Preseit
It Is not only for the good of the thearmy tb tbarmy thearmy
army that t t Carter IB In Jail but for the thegood tb tbrood thegood
good of the country as well and It is isa Ita isa
a pity that those guilty with him stand standa
a chance of escaping e nil punishment punishmentChicago punlhmentChtoRlo punishmentChicago
Chicago Chronicle ChronicleHow ChronloJeHow Chronicle110w
How long before he will be pardoned pardonedout pa Ontt1 Ontt1out
out remains to U seen In the mean meantime mntime mientime ¬
time attempts to recover the stolen stolenmillions toIu toIumillions toiumillions
millions for the loss lo of which he ww wwresponsible WQrIJMJnllble wasresponsible
responsible are balked or possibly possiblyabandoned pollllyabandoned possIblyabandoned
Philadelphia Retord RetordIf Rt > rd rdIt
If Carter should now go to prison the thecase thecue
case 0 would be practically practl lIy closed against againstthe Ialnatthe
the contractor since the same evl evldenoe cvideuce vl vldenee
deuce on which he was convicted would wouldbe woultbe
be adduced to prove pro the guilt of his hispartners hI hIpartner hispartners
partners in crime crimePhiladelphia crimePhllndelrhla crimePhiladelphia
Philadelphia Times TimesThe Tim TimThe TimesThe
The crime of professional corruption corruptionand
and peculation of which be was con convicted convicted ¬ i
victed Is I one0 one JO unusual In the tb army armythat armythat armythat
that everyone must have rejoiced It he hecould hecould I Ioould
could hare ha established lib innocence innocenceBlno InaooenceBlnle InnocenceSince
Since there seems no reason ItUO to doubt doubthis doubthi doubthis
his hi guilt there will 11I be general acquies acquiescence aoquloenoe acquiesocuce ¬
cence in his punishment punishmentBaltimore punltbmentDallimore punishmentDaltimort
Baltimore Herald HeraldThe I1rall1Tbe heraldThe
The Carter case ca Is I mere like nearly nearlyevery Darlyevery nearlyevery
every noted murder trial which Is I car carried carried cartied ¬
ried from one court to the other otb and d In Inwhich IDwhlah Inwhich
which the Ingenuity of lawyers law at find finding flnclIng ending ¬
ing Haws Is stimulated by liberal fees feesThere f fThere feesThere
There IB not a scintilla of proof that thatanyone thatanyone thatanyone
anyone connected with th the government governmenthas erlunlIt erlunlIthal
has wrongfully exerted himself to stay staythe ataythe tarthe
the sword of Justice JusticeJAIANKSi JuII jueticeJAItEaI
JAIANKSi INVASION INVASIONMilwaukee 1 lYASiONMilwaukee AjI N Nynauktt
Milwaukee Wisconsin WisconsinThe WlacolQlThe
The influx of Japanete Japan Is having Its Itsexpected lutxPttted itsexpeeted
expected Influence on Pacific PaGl e coast t ttkl poll polltic polltics
tic But the cry for restriction la this thiscase till thisca I
case 01 must of necessity receive reH rocel far differ different differt differeat
eat t consideration than that which was wasaccorded waaaccorded wasaccorded
accorded the th demand for the exclusion exclusionof urlnlt urlnltof
of the tb Chinese Chili There Is a ureat differ difference 41 41Dre diffrenee < <
ence Dre between twltn the two peoples JItQtII and It IfT IfTall 1 1all Iall
all in favor fa or of the th theJaps theJapsWoroester Japs JIIIWorotttr v vWorcester
Worcester Gaselte GaselteThere aMUeThlre GahetteThere
There are mm suspicions that the tberecent thereellt therecent
recent arrival of several yeral shiploads of ofJapanese ofJapan ofJapanese
Japanese Japan Immigrants on the Pacific Pacificcoast Pacificcoat Pacificcoast
coast I Is the tb result of a systematic ef effort effort offort ¬
fort to flood tb the American labor market marketIt
It is suggested that the Japaneee joy government 10 10eMlmellt joyerament ¬
ernment i it encouraging thIs emigration emigrationand tmlttoftIud
and even affording ordIng financial support supportJapan supportJapan upportJapan
Japan I IS capable of supporting even the thegreat th thIteat thegreat
great population of the country but butthere butth butthere
there th I Is a tendency tnd there to go to the theroast theroat thecoast
roast and All along alon the sealine the thecountry tbecountry thecountry
country I 11 overcrowded It II quite quitepossible quiteOlllble quitpossible
possible that with a view vI to relieving relievingtbts rell1ntbl
this congestion the government has at attempted attempted attempted ¬
tempted to unload unlosdupon upon this country countryLos countryIjOl oullt oulltL
Los L e AnpelM Aa lee Vxprets VxpretsBritish JlxoreuBrltl xaress xaressBritish
British Brltl 1 Columbia U beeemmg ltt ehIr alarmed alarmedover alal1ll alal1llover
over th the invasion of the country by byJapanese b bJapaa byJapan
Japanese Japan laborers labor The little brown brownmen brownMI1 brownmen
men are pouring Into the th country by bythousand byUIOIIMII bythousand
thousand and scarcely l < a Steamer ar arrives arrlY arrices ¬
rives rlY at Victoria which doe do lit brin brinanywhere brlnawe brnanywhere
anywhere from 100 to looo of r these thrieple p pple poread
ple > Already oread the labor leaders an R rp aj a I
latins taUn against this great reat Influx of ofOriental otOrln ofOrlentahi
Oriental Orln but the provincial govern governments governtaint 011 011mnt ¬
ments taint hands h > > 4 are re tied a II the Imperial Imperialgovernment Impertalovernment imperialgovernment
government refutes to sanction legisla legislaion lrllltiora heglalatioti ¬
ion which will 11 affect Its It friendly rela relations relatione reIntione ¬
tione with lIh Japan JapanSan Ja1tlhIan JapanIan
Ian Francisco Call CallThe CallTh CallFbi
The Th empire of Japan will soon appear appearto p ar arto
to have a reason on of Its own for assent assenting ancrntllag auentIng ¬
ing to an agreement with our govern government rovrnment governmeat ¬
ment whereby the migration of Its Il peo people peopl 100pie ¬
pie pl win be limited That empire took tookon tookon tookon
on responsibilities In Its war with withChina wltbChIna withChina
China which biGh compelit to stand in mill military milltary milltory ¬
tary readlaetc radl for what may eon Its Itspopulation It Itopulatlon Itspopulation
population Is I not so large that It can canspare cnspart csaspare
spare many people for In the tb day of oftrial ottrial oftrlai
trial It must demonstrate that pliyat pliyatoft
oft oSi I force which rests in numbers and andtlldpllbe
discipline These conditions present a antvorable 41orab aXsvorsbl
ntvorable opportunity o for the negotia negotiation nt tla tlaUon ¬
tion of a treaty which will III permit us u to toexclude tourlud toexclude
exclude Japanese Japan coolies cooll They are to not notneeded notnttded notneeded
needed here ha even ven It they stood by the thesame thom thesame
same m standard of life and wage wa as our ourown ourown ourown
own people As A we have already made madeplain madeJaln madeplain
plain Jaln they are IIr lee I desirable than the theChinese theChIn theChines
Chinese ChIn coolies cooliesRECENT cooll coollRECENT coollesRECENT
People who want to read Augustine
Blrrelli address on the question Is it itPossible ItPOlilbe itPossible
Possible to Tell a flood Book from a al aOne
l One will find it In full In The TheJvln TheIving
living Jvln Iving Age for April 14 John Eng En Enlabd ¬
lands land Outgoing the th short serial now nowrunning nowrunnlnr nowrunning
running In The Living Age 18 Is I a story storyof 101 101ot
of Georgian day da The Living Age A for forApril forApril forApril
April tt prints the tb hitherto unpublished unpublishedletters unpnbllbdlett1I unpublishedletters
letters between Thomas Carlyle and andRobert andRobert andRobert
Robert Chambers which first saw 1 the thelight the1I1bt thelight
light In a recent number of Chambers ChambersJournal CbambellJournal ChambersJournal
Journal In the U e same m number ot the themagaslne themaallnt themagazine
magazine A T QulllerCouch dis discourses dl dlOOUINa dlcourse ¬
courses upon the Tragedy of the Minor
Poet Pottnoton PottnotonIh Boston BostonThe
The Ih April Forum I OI1Jm has articles arllel upop
th the following subjects among amo others othersThe otbe othersHrbe
The rb New Financial Law by Frank FrankA
A Vanderllp assistant tnt secretary lt < rwtary of th thtreasury the thetreaeur thetreasury
treasury The Porto Rlcan Relief
Bill by Congressman Albert J Hop ¬
kin The HayPauneefote lIaPaun tote Treaty
by James Jm U Whitely Immediate Kfl Kflval 2aval a aval
val Needs by b Capt William H IIJaque 11Jaques
Jaques A Tuberculosis Quarantine Quarantinenot QuartntlnenotPraetlcabl
not notPraetlcabl Practicable by Dr William P PMunn 1 1Munn PMunn
Munn Canals from the Great Lakes Lakesto Lak Lakto
to the Sea by Major T W Symons Symonsof ymonsof
of the special canal committee appoint appointed ¬
ed eu by Qov Roosevelt The Truth
About Zionism by M Gaiter founder founderof
of the Ih Hngllih Zionist federation and
Literature a MI a Profession by Prof Proflirandir
Brander Matthews MattheFHt Fifth Avenue
New York YorkUniversal YorkUnlve1 YorkUniversal
Universal Brotherhood for May Mn has hasan hllan hasan
an article on The Death ot the Soul SoulIn SoulIn goulIn
In which he argues for th the complete completeextinction completeextinction completeextinction
extinction of the th consciousness of the thewicked thowicked thewicked
wicked In the hereafter The Lee Leesons LeeIOnl Leeson
sons of a Livingroom is by b Corolyn
Favllle Ober and she treats of the thehome thehome thehome
home as a temple to be kept sacred and andto andto andto
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