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4 DEBEUET EVENING C NEWSt WEDNESDAY FEBRUABY 20 1901
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SALT LAKH CITY FKIJ I1B JO O 1901 1901AND 1 1O1IIERArn 01 01nBIJArt
nBIJArt AND Sn CONXKNTION CONXKNTIONIn COSfI S1IO S1IOIn
I In a letter from Denver Colorado Coloradoa
a reader of tlio t e Desert News calls nt attention nttentlon nttention ¬
tention to tOlln an account given In this paper pa paper Pllper
per of a nmock mock convention heM bj bjst hretJdents byetadents
+ st Jdents of the University of Utah In Inwhich Inwhich Inwhim
which It Is I stated that tho two political politicalparties politicalpnrtl politicalparties
parties pnrtl s were represented typical of oftheir ottheIr oftheir
their great national prototypes So far farus tarliS fartie
us noise confusion wlre wlrepulllnc pulling and amIpnrt a in inparty
1 party pnrt spirit are concerned many of the thostudents thestudents theetudents
I students arc now fullHedged polltl polltlclans politiclans
clanThe clans clansThe clansThe
i The writer takes exception to theso thesoproceedings thesoproceedlnga
proceedings and arrives nt tho conclu conclusion concluslon condoelan ¬
sion that the aim of the two parties partieswaa partieslean
lean victory and that It such conten contention cantontlon contennl ¬
nl tlon Is Indulged In then have we In Indeed Indeed 1ndeed ¬
deed lost night of the grand object of ofeducation ateducation ofi
i education Ho quotes the renowned renownedscholar renownedsellOlnr renownedscholar
scholar Webster ns follows followsKnowledge follows1l1owle followsKnowledge
Knowledge 1l1owle < lge does not comprise all allwhich nilwhich allwhich
which Is contained In the large term of ofeducation oCeducation
I education The feelings are to be dlH dlHctpllntd discipllned < 1111clpllned
ctpllntd the passions are to bo Je re retrained re restrained reIrilnetli ¬
strained true and worthy motives arc arcto nreJ areto
to be Inspired n profound < l rcllglpun rcllglpunfeeling rclhlputcellng rellgipuefeeling
J feeling Is to be Instilled and pure puremorality puremorality IUronoralt
morality noralt Inculcated under all circumstances circum circumstances clrcumstances ¬
stances All this Is comprised In edu cduritlon eduI education
ritlon ritlonThen crllloni
I
i Then follows a homily from our cor correspondent correspon correspondent ¬
respondent respon < lent on tho Ideals which should shouldbe
be held up before our youth outh so that thatthere thatthere thatthere
there may lie Instilled Into them some something lIomething something
thing higher nobler and grander than thanthe thnnltoe thanIt
the It a petty yet Y t souldcstroylnc eoul dcstroying methods methodspracticed methodspuctlced methodspracticed
practiced In n political campaigns campaignsAll
All 1 that Is very Yet well It tho hypothcslo hypothcsloon
on which our friend starts out la II cor correct corrt correct ¬
rect rt < t Wo W did not Rather from rein the parti particulars 1mIllcullrs partlcurare ¬
curare of the mock convention the thoIdoa IhoIden theI theIdea
Idea that tho noise confusion and meth methods methods ntetllode ¬
I ods resorted to by national politicians politicianswere polltlclnnwere
were Imitated by way of approval or orendowment orendorFoment ort
t endowment or as n pattern or Ideal Idealfor Mealtor Idealfor
for the student to follow or pursueOn pursue pursueOn
1 On tho contrary we understood lnder lootl that thatthey
j 1 they the were burlesqued If anything and andviewed andI
I I viewed more in derision than In Inllppro Inllpprobntlon approbation appro approbation ¬
bation They werocopledtor were copied copledtor for tho t1el1ur t1el1urpose pur purpose ¬
1 pose of showing the schemes and spirit spiritof
I of such scenes of tumult ildt Ji t for ad admiration 01mlrallon admiration ¬
miration but for Information and re resistance reslstance reelatance ¬
sistance sistanceIt
I It was n bit of recreation for the thestudents thCstllllenta thinstudents
students In which they combined fun funwith tunwith funI
I with Instruction lUll and learned some something fomcthing eomething ¬
thing of the tricks of professional poli po11ttcians politician loll lolltlclnnll ¬
tician BO that they might know how to tocope tocope tocope
cope with them If necessary It Is not notto notto notto
to bo 1 > 0 Imagined that tho University In Includes Inelude ineludes ¬
elude In Its political lessons training trainingIn
0 In the disreputable methods of party partystrife partyItrlte partystrife
strife ThIs humorous convention had hadfor hndtor hadfor
for Its purpose ndlfferent ndlfferentobject object entirely entirelyIt
It t depends dlp ndl upon the aim and spirit of ofany otan ofany
any an proceeding whether It Is harmful or orbeneficial orbcneficlnl orbeneficial
beneficial beneficialTho
I Tho Desorct Nows does not endorse cndomocontention endorsecontention tlH10rnocontention
contention for any purpose Neither Neitherdocs Nelllierdoes Nelthordoes
° does It apologize for noise confusion confusionwirepulling confusionwlrcIJUlllng confusioni
i wirepulling wire pu111ng or any underhanded meth method mathoil ¬
od to achieve political or other suc success success sueI ¬
I cess All auch things arc contrary to tothe tothe tothe
the spirit of the system called Mar Marmonlam Mormonlsm Iormonism
monism God Is not the author of ofconfusion otcOllfuslon ofconfusion
confusion Neither does He move In Incrooked Incrooked incrooked
crooked paths His JI course Is open frank frankand frnnknnd frankand
and straightforward 8tral < < htforwnrd nnd the right and andtruth andtIth andtruth
truth are in all Ills ways waysDebate waysDebatediseuselon IIS IISDehatetliscus
Debate Dehatetliscus discussion lon for tho purpose of ofmaking otmnlln ofmaking
making plain tho truth on any proposN proposNtlryi J1r1po proposlthy1 l ltlll1
tlryi Is different from contention An Anwisdom Allwlsdoll1 Aswisdom
wisdom Is i not cunning nor cunning cunningwisdom cunnlnflslol11 tunnIngsvlsdom
wisdom no o fair discussion Is not con contention contention contention ¬
tention When people view n matter matterIn
In different ways they may compare compareopinions compareoplnlonll comparoopinions
opinions showing different sides sidesof
of a I question with n view Iow to enlighten enlightenIng
Ing ng and nnlJeneOtlnj benefiting each other and that thatwithout thatwithout thatwithout
without contention In act or spirit spiritBring MplrltDrIng spiritBring
Bring forth your OUr strong reasons Is a adivine adllne adivine
divine demand When anyone la s not notwilling notwilling notvIhhing
willing to listen to a reason or an nrfju nrfjumcnt nrJument nrgusilent
silent or a plain statement of something somethingon
on which ho takes a given view Iow he leshows heshows hehows
A shows a disposition to bo arbitrary arbitraryopinionated nrbltrary01lnlonntod arbitraryopinionated
opinionated or dogmatic unless It U Uns was haas
as to something which he absolutely absolutelyknows abllolutelyknOS nbsolutelyknows
knows and docs not need n 1 enlighten cnlJKhtcnment enlightenr
meat or has not the time to discuss discussContention discuesContention s sContention
r
Contention Implies a spirit of contra contradiction contrnllction contradiction ¬
diction < and strife It signifies n desire desirefor deslrofor desirefar
for the master whether right or orwrong orwronf orwrong
wrong It Is s manifested l In n 1 kind of ofverbal oterIJal ofverbal
verbal pugilism In which the Intent Is Isto Isto Isto
to conquer and silence an adversary adversaryto
to knock him out In argument rather ratherthan ralherthnn ralberthan
than to make clear the truth It Is Iswrong Iswrong iswrong
wrong It Is said In holy writ rlt to be boof beot beof
of tho devil Tot tho word conten ¬
lion Is used sometimes In the place of ofdefence ofdettllcO ofdefence
defence and of true valor Contend Onntmdearnestly Contftlldenrn Contendearnestly
earnestly enrn Uy for the faith one nee delivered deliveredto 1 1to
to the Saints Mid the ancient Apostlo ApostloHe
He did not employ the term In n Hn Ilflo1 Ilflo1sen + evilsense evil evilsense
sense sensePolitical sen sense1olitiml c c10lltlool
Political contention Is productive of ofrnplMMnt otlnlleaJI oftnpleaant
rnplMMnt lnlleaJI nt and sometimes worse re rettiu reIt reevils <
evils It Party exigencies often require requirethe
the concealment of facts rind principles principlesana Ilrlnclplnll
ana nll < 1 the upholding of measures III allllltS and nndstatements nntlstatlmentg andatetcmenta
statements that the clear ch ar light of truth truthand truthIInQ truthand
and reason 180n would show to be Prong trongTherein ProngTherein rong rongTh
Therein Th reln Is danger to the party lart cham champion chBmpion ehampion ¬
pion nnd to the public welfare Trick Trickcry Trickcry rlck
cry 11 cunning bribery undue pressure pressureami prlsurlall1
and other means resorted to In order orderto
to carry cnrr a point are not worthy worth the thnImitation th thImltntlon theimitation
Imitation of our people old or or young youngTo oun ounTo
To know of them should be Je to avoid avoidthem nvohlthem avoidthem
them And the noise and tumult and andbrowbcctlng andbrowJroting andbrowbeating
browbeating of some political as aslernbllcs nylernblle assernblles
lernbllcs If ever shown up to pupils pupilsihouM pupilsIhoull1 pupilsshould
should serve Set t to dlmuit them with such suchti
ti 1
i11
JilablaY Jbllhwir rnthdB UHJt1Jhllt than lead them tle n to toadopt toIopt toadopt
adopt or favor fll VOl thorn thornHollglouH thul11HolIloufl themRuHglous
HollglouH controversy may be car carilcd OlIrllet earnled
ilcd on In n proper spirit When do doslro dolilro doBiro
Biro to enlighten to show up error to toinform tohlrorn to111fortt
inform anti benefit Instead of to con confuso cortfuse ontURq
fuse put down und silence an oppon opponent opponellt opponcut ¬
cut Inspires tho speakers or writers writersthat wr wrItsrsthat ttlil ttlilthat
that Is riot contention Contention In Its forbUldmi forbUldmiuonso torbl < ldKn ldKnHone
Hone Without such fair nail generous genarousprejcntfttlonfl gellerollsIlrc generouspresent
prejcntfttlonfl Ilrc present ontMlonR ttlonn of theories lh orlell und reason reasonIngs renllCJ1Il1g reasonings
Ings there would bo Intellectual und undspiritual nnls1lrllunl andspirllual
spiritual stagnation anti error would wouldnever woulllleU1 wouldnever
never bo dlMlputod by truth Itlght ItlghtWill HIghtwlIllrovnl ltlgirtw
Will wlIllrovnl w iIl prevail and light will banish dark darkio83 darkness
ness > bccniiso IJ cnu 1J both will be nctlvo nnd nndwh nndwh andwlmen
wh wlmen < m n necessary iitjgiessUe But they thoywill tho thowill theywill
will not be contentious nor i provocative provocativeof rovocatlvuof
of strife nnd contusion confusionIltilttOlliNO contusionIUHAOHINU conCuelonJJU
IUHAOHINU JJU AOIIIU HKUUUjlON HKUUUjlONCarrlo HI lH ljjIO ljjIOCanlo
Carrie Nation Id not the only lady In1 In Inthe Inthe inthe
the land who believes In cold steel as asn asn asa
n factor In reform movement Miss MissCarrlo MissCarrie tl8s tl8sCarrlo
Carrlo n j Uusby Is another Hut she shethinks shethinks she11ulttks
thinks the negro race In this country countryshould countryshould countryshould
should go on the warpath and strike a ablow n1J10 ablow
blow 1J10 for liberty libertyThin IIbertv1hlll libertyThis
Thin Is the story told In n special s1 il11 did didpntoh dlspnteh lispoMlto
pntoh poMlto to tho Chicago TlincHHcruld TlincHHcruldfioui rltues Neraid Neraidhorn
horn St Joseph Mlcii MIl Shu Is aald to tohnvq tohn tohItVG
hnvq hn dtillveicd n speech In which she sheexpressed she0I sheexpressed
expressed 0I > IoH8ed herself In the following nmn nmnnor l11anlIor mnnnor
nor
Let tho colored regiments that thatfought thnttought thatfought
fought at Hantlairo to free Cuba now nowturn nowturn nowturn
turn nbom find light to free them themselves thornBEllv thomeelvos ¬
selves eelvosRo BEllv
selvesYo Yo o believe ton much In faith fnlthwllh fnlthwllhOllt with without withalit ¬
out work Nover will our fellow Ce 111 men menIn lIIenIn rnenin
In tho South be b wholly frt treo > o from op uppresslan oppression OJrlllsslon ¬
pression und Innocent men wholly ru roMoved ruloved rulieved
Moved from the fear ear of lynching until untilthey untilthey 01111they
they light fightAnd lightnd tllthtAntlthlslolored
Antlthlslolored And nd this colored Joan of Arc docs not notconfine 110tcontIno notconfine
confine herself to tho public platform platformShe
She Is nald to have Issued an open let letter letter letter ¬
ter too to her people In which she shesays IIhosnys shesays
says In part partOne putOno partOne
One man Is no better than another anotherIf
If they were nil wblte men would be bepure beIluro bepure
pure honest and upright without Haw Hawwhile flawwhile
while the black man would be all allblemishes nlbl nilbletnlahes
blemishes bl tnlfhs Are they Ihe not both born of ofwoman ofwoman ofwoman
woman and will they not die and nntlgo go to tohell tolicll tohell
hell 1C they are not born agnln The Thenegro Thene Thenegro I
negro ne ro helped to rescue Cuba from frombondage tromlJonl1ngc frombondage
bondage Next will bo Jo to help rescue rescuehis rescuehis rescuehis
his fellow men from oppression May Maythe Maythe IIIYthedn
the thedn day come when all men will be free freennd freonnd freeand
nnd equal without l regard to II colorIt color colorIt
It Is claimed that such appeals are nrocausing arocfluslntr arecnusing
causing great stir among tho colored coloredpopulation colorol1flol1l1htlon coloredpope
population pope intlon Miss Husby seems to be bea
a bright woman widely known and nndthe nnllshe andshe
she is contemplating a II lecturing tour tourfor tourtor tourfor
for the purpose of agitating an upris uprising uprlsIn uprislag ¬
lag In Humor hall It that funds arc al already alrently already ¬
ready being gathered to be forwarded forwardedto
to tho Southern States StatesThe StntesThe StatesThe
The Idea Is denounced as preposter preposterous ¬
ous by colored preachers and nne In all allprobability allprobn1 allprobability
probability probn1 llty It Is much exaggerated but butthat butthat buttint
that kind of Incendiary talk Is certainly certainlydangerous certnlnlyIlnnarolls certainlydanerous
dangerous Even It It docs not ripeninto ripen ripenInto ripenInlo
Into a revolution It may ilia lead to bullvldual bull Individual 1111l ¬
vidual l < luIIl riots and tho destruction of life lifeand litonnd lifeand
and property Hut we fJ are living In a atlmo athna ainto
into In which whl h violence seems more morenatural moronutural morenatural
natural than ban reason Even to the thegentler thegentler thegentler
gentler Instincts of women the hatchet hatchetand hntehetnnd hatchetand
and the revolver have a 1 peculiar peculiarcharm feoullnrcJlarm peculiarcharm
charm Whither are we drifting Are Arumen Aremen ru rumen
men und women losing faith In courts courtsand courtsnnll courtsand
and laws Is the election of lawmakerAand law lawmakersand Inwml1ltcr ¬
makersand ml1ltcr und officers about to be regard regarded ¬
ed ns a mcanlnglcssfarce On ho 10 other othersupposition c othersupposition thersUPPoRlIon
supposition can the fact be explained explainedthat e1llalnelthat explalne11that
that so many are turning turnlnglwnr away dis discouraged tllscournged dtscouragetl ¬
couraged from rom tho paths of phllnnthropy philan philanthropy Jlhllanthropy ¬
thropy And patriotism and Invoking Invokingbrutal Invokingbrutn invokingbrutal
brutal I force ns a remedy against social socialand socialnnd socialand
and political Ills IllsLot iliAIot illsLot
Lot UH remember that once before In Intho Intho Inthe
tho history of mankind It Is written writtenthat writ writtenthat ten tenthat
that violence tilled tho earth Then the thecataclysm thocntnclysm thecataclysm
cataclysm came without which the hu human human 111 111mnn ¬
man race In all probability JrobnlJlllt would oul have havoripened hnorlp haveripened
ripened rlp nel1 for total destruction It Is also ulsowritten uillowrlttcn alsowrltlen
written that the end of the present dis dlepensatlon dispensation dlsponsltlon ¬
pensation will come under clrcutn clrcutnBtanees circumutancell clrcurnstances
stances similar to those In the days of ofNoah atNoah ofNoah
Noah If this Is true nothing else can canb0 cnnb canbO
b0 b expected than the gradual Increase Increaseof
of violence Injustice and unrighteous unrighteousnosi
sees until Divine justice ran bo silent silentno
no longer but Interfere as In the days daysof 1119of
of old Who can correctly Interpret Interpretthe
the many man signs of the time
n
A COLOUKI PATRIOT IATIUOTNo
No o man In pll III the country Is doing doingso
so much for the advancement of the thocolored thecelorcd thecolored
colored race r3 < 0 ns Uoukcr T Washington WashingtonHe
He Is not no only an honor to It but he heIs heIs ireis
Is nlflo an honor to his country lie Hebases liebnses lIebases
bases his faith In his race upon the thepower thepower thelover
power of education llucatlcJ and his faith Is Isbeing I Ibrlnl isbring
being Justified by 1 the results ho Is Isachieving Isn Isnehleving
achieving n hlclnj And l1d the South In beginning beginningto
to appreciate Ills labors He was In Innichmond InHldnnoml InRichmond
Richmond Va n tho other day In at attendance ntletlliance atlendnnco ¬
tendance upon the Negro Uuslness IluslnessMans UuslnessMenH 1Iu81ne8sMenlI
Mans league An Invitation was extended ex extended exteJIIled ¬
tended to the city elt council and the state statelegislature stn stateleglslaturo te teleglslnturo
legislature to attend one of the leagues leaguesmeetings leasuosmrtlnl leaguesmretngs
meetings In the Academy of Musicand Musicandjoth Music and nndboth andboth
both bodies voted otl < 1 unanimously to at attend nttend attend ¬
tend Mr Ir Washington was the speak speaker peaker ¬
er of the evening The correspondent correspondentof
of the New c York 1orlc1cnlng Evening Iostsays Post SIS that thattheBpeclal thntthesflcll1l thatthespteclal
theBpeclal significance of this meeting meetingthis meetingthlstlme
this thlstlme time lies In tho fact that an effort effortins cfrorthns effortline
line ins been made to have this legislature legislaturewss lflslaturopnslI
pass wss a 1 measure which shall cripple the thelegro thenegro thenegro
negro schools by b giving these schools schoolsonly schoolsonl schoolsonly
only onl the portion of tho tax which tho thonegroes thonrKroes thenegroes
negroes themselves pay Mr Ir Wash Wainngton WnshInlton WashInston
ngton Inston pleaded Miry vcr strongly trong against ngalnstlils nJnlnsttills againstthis
tills plan At t the close of the address addressmany nddresI11lny addressmany
many of the white men In the audience audienceent audiencewent
went ent up on the Miami to shake hands handsltli handswllh handswith
with ltli him That was n great triumph trIumphfor
for or him and speaks louder than words wordsfor wordsCor wordsfor
for the progress he Is making In remov removng remoInr removIng
Inr ng prejudice
IKAXOn IIHAOY m + tuv u TO O TIGHT TIGHTA 110 liT liTMmfwhal
A Mmfwhal jm wha curious story Is clrcu clrcuated elrlulatell circulaletl
ated to the effect that the German Germanmptrvpr Germlnth11Jr Germanemperor
emperor Curing hU recent visit Islt to England Eng Hngand Englantl
and nmurAl the Trench I ambassador ambassadorn umbn sndor sndorIn
In n London that he h would not allow allowrancc allowJrancc allowPrance
Prance rancc to be attacked To which pat patronizing ImtronlElng patronlzing ¬
ronizing remark marr the ambassador Is nlteged nN nNge nl nlIged +
Iged ge < l to have retorted that France was wasrapaMc Willipa1Jle wascswble
rapaMc pa1Jle of taking rare of herself ifshe If Ifw
she w should lc nttnckcd nttnckcdTho ntlJCltctlTho nttncketlThe
Tho story sounds curlousbut eurlous but it Is by byno
110 10 moans entirely Improbable Km KmitrorAVIlllani Hmp EmpororlVllllanl
i
itrorAVIlllani p ror WJIIII1n1 may have lot fall some femeuch wmeHuch somesuch
such words anxious as he is to assure assurenil assurenl assureall
nil the world orld that his Is a policy for fortcace torp forpeace
p peace tcace atc and he may not have hn thought of ofhe ofthe ofthe
the he ambiguity of the phrase ha cm cmrloycJ fmnlocll emnlnyed
rloycJ ns little ns he on another oc occasion occaslon occasion ¬
casion suspected that his letter of con conUratulatlon conurntulntlon contiratulatlon
Uratulatlon to Paul Kruger might be beconstrued beconstrtled beconstrued
construed as an Insult to Great Britain BritainFranco Drltalnrance BritainFranca
Franco rance certainly does not boast In
vain of being capable of taking euro of ofherself ot otherself ofherself
herself She him 1m n ponce army of 015000 016000non 015000men 15000laon
men and aneln In ease of a wnr this could bo boraised berinsed Jo Jolillsed
raised to about three million that would wouldtake Wouldtake ollld ollldtoIko
take tho Held No Invading army outnumbering out outnumbering outnumburlnl ¬
numbering thin could be seat against againstFrance ag againstFrance lnsl lnsllranee
France An attack now even by Oer Oermany Clcrnany tlermany
many might end vastly different to tothat tothnt tothat
that of the war of 1870 The soldiers soldiersare o1 lers lersIIro
are better drilled < than ever before beforeTheir beforefhelr beforeTheir
Their discipline nnd endurance nro nroBald nroani oresaid
Bald ani to have Blood till tests Satisfac Satisfactorily batlsfacorill attstactorll ¬ +
torily torll They The are confidently enki saidto to bo hoready boready b breully
ready to the lust button for a I brush brushwith brullhwith brushwllh
with any an of tho armies of Kurojio KurojioDuring 1uroaeDuring ulo e eDutlnl
During tho maneuver last fall 1111 nn Interesting In Inteiestlng Intelestlng
teiestlng oxpctlrncnt expet Irnent In transportation transportationns
W was ns B made by steam engines on comrnan Com Common om omman ¬
mon roads The he results resultsere were consideredsatisfactory considered consideredsatisfactory contfoleredsatlsfaotory
satisfactory The Scotto locomotive locomotivecan
can run over fairly tl1l1ygood good country roads roadaone randsone roadsone
one locomotive drawing from 30 to 40 40wagons 40wagons 40Wagons
wagons Twentyfive rwent tlvo Scotte Igcomo Igcomotlvoa IQcolllotholl Igcomotios
tlvoa can provide nn army or 60000 60000men toooomeh 60000tnoh
men CO miles away with ammunition ammunitionIn
In 18 hours They can haul CO cannon cannoneach cnnnon cnnnoneach cannoneach
each weighing 24 tons ten miles In a nsingle aalnltlo asingle
single night One locomotive does the thoork thework thework
work ork of 32 horses In hauling Thd teat teatBhowetl tests testsshowed testsahosved
showed Hint t In 12 hours food and Cod fodder CodderIHltllulont fedrler ¬
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could be cnnvsyed CO o miles milesThe mileslhe milesThe
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date In every respect Its artillery ser pervlce service service
vice IH considered tho best of nil nl European Euro European uro uro1nJl ¬
pean 1nJl iinnlot und Is constantly being beingImproved IJ bdingImproved lnJ lnJIlI1l1rOc1
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n new Ikldploce 1I IIJllecu which Is said to bu buwithout Ixwithout Inwithout
without nn equal equalNo tJjunlNo equalNo
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of her army mlII und that her reptescnta reptescntatlve r epresentalve
tlve men confidently toll t 1I the world that thattheir thuttheir thattheir
their country Is perfectly capable ca alJle of oftaking ottlll oftaking
taking tlll < ln > euro CUL of o herself If called upon to todo todo
do so on tho fields of battle battleThe bltt1oflle battlere
The Nebraska legislative dead lock lockmight lockmhht lockmight
might he broken into by one oneat of those thosefamous thosefamous thosefamous
famous Topeka hatchets hatchetsIt
It Is said that new n new era has opened openedIn
In the Philippines If this be so sOmay may it itbe Itbe itb0
be one of good feeling feelingDewet teelingDewet feelingIewet
Dewet Is closely clo ely pursued p sued no doubt doubtbut doubtbut
but thus far none of the pursuers have havogot hnogot havegot
got within the dlstajico nag nagMrs nagIrs flagMrs
Mrs Irs Nation refuses to give a bond bondto JolIIlto
to keep I < eep tho peace and nne will conduct her herown heron herawn
own caso Sho will probably make her herdefense herdefensu herdefense
defense with her famous hatchet hatchetIf
If Joan of Kansas ml sns doesnt conduct conducther
her case any better than she conducts conductsherself cOlld conductsherself cts ctshor8elt
herself RUO will gather no legal laur taureta laurels Illurets ¬
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would not check the flood of elopements elopementsIt
It might at least Increase the revenues revenuesof
of the railroadsTopeka railroads railroadsTopckn railroadsTopekA
TopekA dispatches say that Mrs Na Natlon Natfon Nation
tlon spent a quiet day yesterday In InJail InJail Injail
Jail It Is the only place where she does doesspend docsspend doesspend
spend oneThe one oneThe OIlCTho
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The Omaha police are wearing wen ring broad broadtmilles IJrondIIIlIlIes broadsndles
tmilles these days < but find It very dif difficult dlflcult difficult ¬
ficult to repress the thel1xultnnt the exultant exclama exclamation exclnmatlon exclamatlon ¬
tlon We told tol you 011 so soNo soNo soNo
No decline In poetry poet I says Prof Profllllsg ProfBliss Profhiss
llllsg Perry Evidently the professor professoris
is not familiar with the practice In tho thoeditorial thoellitorial theeditorial
editorial rooms of the dally I1nl press pressA presI
A Nationalist member member of parliament parliamentaddressing parliament parliamentaddressing p ullnmentnldrellJllng I
addressing the commons com mOils in Irish 13 13something 13AOlllethlng Issomething
something now and rather humorous humorousThe
The tongue Is better adapted for Tarns Tarashalls Tarnshalls Tarnshalls
halls than the house of commons commonsAll commonsAU
All the powers declare they do not notwant notwnnt notwant
want war with China and have no In Intention Intenllonot intention ¬
tention tenllonot of using force to coerce her herAt hert herAt
At t the worst they propose nothing nothingmore nothingmore lothlngmore
more than a mild and benevolent as asElmllatlon liSIJlmllnllon aselmllatlon
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The authorship of An Englishwo Englishwomans ¬
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They were written by Laurence Hous Housman Housman IIousman
man Interest In them will now cease ceasefor censotor ceasefor
for the mystery of their authorship authorshipwas
was tlie he chief reason of tholr success
Col Roosevelt has finished his hunt huntIng huntIng huntIng
Ing trip and departed from Colorado ColoradoNow ColoradoNow ColoradoNow
Now the mountain mountulnllons lions and the wolves wolvesmay wolcImay waivesmay
may come forth from their hiding hidingplaces hidingrlnces hidingplaces
places and hold high carnival If they theychoose tlieychoose theychoose
choose chooseThe chooseThe chooseThe
The Dcrlln National Zeltung and oth other ¬
er Inspired papers say that Gen von vonWaldcrseo vonlvaldersee on onWallersce
Waldcrseo has no Intention of embark embarkIng embarkIng embarkIng
Ing on a largo expedition into thq in interior Interlor Intenor ¬
tenor of China It may bo Jo that the thocounts thbcounts thecounts
counts embark Is worse than his bite biteThere biteThero biteThere
There tiled In Ghent Ky 1 the th other otherday othertin otherday
day tin one Peggy Jones aped l1 e 125 years yearsAnd yearsAnd cnrtl cnrtlAnll
And what hlt Is still more remarkable she shedied shodied shedied
died In tho arms of her hundredyear hundredyearold
old daughter It Is not stated that she sheknew sheknew
knew 1 < Mw Washington and presented him himwith himwith himwith
with a bouquet bouquetIn
In Newfoundland tho past season 7
000 caribou were killed Hunters have haveto
to get a license costing from 10 0 to ISO ISOaccording SO SOaccording SOnccordlngto
according to tho length of time theypropose they theypropose the thellropOSI
propose to remain maln It Is I quite a source sourceof flourcp flourcpQt so rcp rcpof
of revenue and affords protection to the thegame thoaml thegame
game aml In our own State there are com comparatlvcly compnrathel cornparatlvely
paratlvcly few deernnd deer And clkdeft to pro protect protect protect ¬
tect
Mr Frederic Harrison the dliitln dlstlnguished dliitlngulshed dlfttlnulshlll
gulshed English philosophic writer has hasnrrlved hnsnrrlved hasarrived
nrrlved In this country nnd will III lecture lectureon leoturn
on n King Alfred Alfred was nil right rightnnd rIghtnnd rightand
nnd has Interest for antiquarians but butif butif JutIf
if the gentleman wishes to strike strIkellopulnr n npopular npopular
popular chord and make a great flnan flnanclnl nnnnellIl firmaclnl
clnl success he would do well to choose choosen
n live subject like King Edward VII VIILet YIIlet tIILet
Let the past bury bUr Its dead nnd act In Inthe Inthe inthe
the living present presentThe prelentThe presentThe
The recent arrests arl < 8111 of various persons personsIn
In the Philippines charged with w Ith aiding aidingthe nlllinuthe ailingthe
the insurgents appears en the face to tobe tobe tobe
be a 1 most Important matter They are arffconnected Br BrconntCte1 areconnected
connected with some of tho largest largesttrading largesttrading i itrading
trading establishments CltnJll hments In the Islands Islandsnnd lsllln15IInd Islandsand
and their positions have 1 Wn + l such ns nsto 011to asto
to ufford them every facility for nldlns nldlnsthe nllllnIhe aidingthe
the enemy If BO 1 > 0 minded Thatthe lint time In Insurrectlon InlIurrection Insurrectlon
surrectlon has been receiving great aid aidfrom nl nltrom ni1from
from some source Is s very er evident It IfIt ItIt Itit
It has mme n from rein the t e inside and the theautbotltlm IhenutJorllll1l theauthorities
authorities have begun to drop on to tothe tothe tothe
the guilty parties then the beginning beginningof
of the end of the Insurrection has truly trulybegun trulrbegun trulybegun
begun The Inside enemy cneni masquerad masquerading ¬
ing ns a friend Is the one on to bo most mostfeared mostfeared oH oHtenrel1
feared It l Is greatly to be hoped that thatthe that thatthe
the authorities are making no mistake mistakeAccording mistakeAccording
According to the Army fm and Navy NavyJournal Navyjournal ny nyJournnl
Journal tho officers of the th American Americansrmv l11erl an anarmv
armv must be among the best of tin ¬
I t guists No less than 301 commissioned commissionedoflleerH COtnmil cotnny9slunedellleers IOne IOnejtllCrll
oflleerH of the regular army speak speakSllln speakSlllnIllb Span Spanish Spanhilt ¬
hilt fluently lIuJ1 lIy and about t an many more morereport 111010report mamareport
report that they possess a limited limitedknowledge IImltetlknowledro limpedknowledgo
knowledge of ot o Spanish This makesato makcsatotai
tai of some COO officers who arc more moreor
or less conversant with Spanish French FrenchIs
Is Hpokcn by 221 oniceis German by 13C 13Cthelangunge 13GthcIangungc 130tttoiangunge
thelangunge of American Indians by
13 Italian by 8 Swedish and Norwe Norwegian Norweglun Norwegian ¬
gian by 4 Togalog by 5 and some of ofcur otfur ofcur
cur officers speak Chinese Japanese JapaneseKujslan JaIJlnC81nuulan JapaneseRussian
Russian E Lsklmo kimo Dutch Hungarian HungarianPortuguese HungnrlanPortugucse IungnrialIortugueso
Portuguese and Polish This is a very veryfair veryfair oryfnlr
fair showing and Is Ij n 1 sulllclunt reply replyto
to the suggestion thut our officers are ntcInsuflldcntly arelnBuillclelrtiy I IInsullclelltly
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Boston Dos Ion Transcript TranscriptIf
If by b the hi death of the king the new newly no noI newly ¬
ly I married princess should become becomequeen becomoIUCOn becomequeen
queen and attempt a reactionary policy policyIn
In sympathy with the old carllst party partysho partythe JllrtYjsho
sho Mould woull1lJrobnbly probably not be tolerated tol rulcl1 by bytlio bythe bythe
the people and a 1 real melt revolution would wouldresult wouldrllJUIt wouldresult
result The minority that would support supporther supporther supporther
her Would oulll ho so small 8mnl11S ns to offer little littleresistance IIttlorC81 littleresistance
resistance rC81 tnnce to her overthrow However Howevertho
tho republican party lnrt which Is the other otherextreme utherextremc otherextreme
extreme Is almost as unpopular as the theCnrllstR theCnrllsl theCnrllsts
CnrllstR Probably a 1 limited monarch monarchrontiolled lIIonnrcl1contmllell monarchycontrolled
controlled by Jy u liberal party would be bemore beMoro Jc Jc11I010
more likely to give ponce 1 lIcC and content contentment COIIIlItl11t1nl contentment ¬
ment than nny other otherKansas OlhuIInnsRIJ utltwKansas
Kansas City Star StarGeneral SlnrOellNal StarGeneral
General Pavla could have mad lI1al him htmself himIt himself
self It dictator Instead he h called together togetherthe
the party chief and with unexampled unexiunpledselfprfncement unerIOlmloclfelYncelllcnt unexampledeelf
selfprfncement eelf distrusted to them the theformation thefOJmation theformation
formation of otA a pro provisional Islonnl government governmentThis
This hla action led miny trI lny pertana per aus to doubt doubtlilu doulJthly doubttla
lilu sanity Hnriltyl1he The new republic rt > lasted out outtho outth outtoo
too th year > 11 and then to put nn end nd to theuneerlnlntles the theuncertainties theuncerlnltJlloJlI
uncertainties und to quiet the th disturbedcountry disturbed disturbedcountry lllstUrlJedcountry
country Alfonso XII son of the depos deposed ¬
ed Isabella was Invited Inlt d back It Is Isquite Isrlulle Itquite
quite possible 1 > that Wcyler might Imi Imitate Imltate mutate ¬
tate Pavla In turning the deputies out outThere outThere outThere
There Is no reason for belief that utter nftcrhe
he had done this he would lay himself himselfopen hhnseltopen himselfopen
open by his selfabnegation self to the sus sueplelon suspicion susplclon ¬
picion of Insanity nil his predecessor predecessordid
did
Boston HeraldSpnnlsh Herald HeraldSpanish HeraldSl1nnllh
Spanish generals In the past holding holdingsupreme holdingsupreme holdingsupreme
supreme command at moments of great greatnational Jrcntnational greatnational
national peril have ha mora than once oncebeen onceIJeen oncebeen
been carried away by their personal personalambitions personalambltlono personalambitions
ambitions and have used their author authority nuthorIty authority ¬
ity to advance themselves at the rx cxpensenf rxpenseof explnsc
penseof plnsc of their legitimate ruler It Gen Genernl Oenernl Genoral
ernl Weyler is loyal nothing of this thiskind thisklnll thiskind
kind will happen and tho uprising In InSpain In8pnln inSpain
Spain though It may bring about a aministerial 11minIsterIal aminlsterlal
ministerial change will quickly disap disappear I1lsRIIpenr dlsappear ¬
pear If f on the other hand General GcncrilWcyler Ocnemleler Generalttoyler
Wcyler eler believes b lIe ell that the time has come cometo comoto cometo
to play his hand ho may through his hisactions Illsactions hulaactions
actions btlng the present dynasty to a aclose 11close aclose
close It seems to us however that thatsuch thatsuch thatsuch
such n suggestion Is unworthy of him 11mand himand hImnnd
and that he can be depended upon to toloyally tolonll toloyally
loyally lonll support tho constituted nuthorltics authorties nuthorl nuthorlties
ties
Now York Mall and Express HxpressFor ExpressFor
For the confidence which his nation nationhas nationhas nationline
has In him there appears as a founda foundatlon founlntlun foundnlimn
limn only n reputation for sternness sternnesswhich sternneS8which sternnesswiuich
which led Campos to exclaim If Way Woyler Wr WrIeI WayIcr
ler comes to Cuba even the dead < will willrise willrise 11 11rIse
rise from their graves to light him himonly himonly himonly
only his own boastful declaration that thathad thllthnl thathad
had he been retained In Cuba he hewould hewoull hewould
would have flung nun the le Americans Into Intotho Intotho Intothe
tho sea and only onl the negative credit creditof
of being the theny only one of the Spanish Spanishgenerals Spnnlshgenerala Spanishgenerals
generals Whom fortune deprived of the thechance thochanceoC thechance
chance chanceoC of being belnRcrushed crushed by collision collisionwith collisionwith collisionwith
with the Americans Am rtCIIns Yet the fact re remains remnlns remains ¬
mains that a II large part of his nation nationbelieves nationIJ nationbellevea
believes IJ lIevcshlm him totpo to t f be e the man of the hourKansas hour hourKansas hourKnntjalClty
Kansas Kansas KnntjalClty City World WorldThe WorldThe WorldThe
The Latin race hn has not kept pace pacowith pacnwith pacewith
with the rest of the civilized world In Inany Inany Inany
any form of advancement It has beer beera
a 1 laggard Just now It Is making nn nnexhibition nnexhlIJltion anexhlbltion
exhibition of Its backward tendencies tendenciesIn
In Spain where a royal ro al marriage had hadto hlillto hadto
to be celebrated behind closed doors doorsto
to protect the participants from the theanger theanRer theanger
anger of oCtile the populace Madrid Mn < lrld had to tobe tobe tobe
be placed under martial law The Cu Cuban Cubnn Cuban ¬
ban butcher General Weyler was waschosen WIISchosen waschosen
chosen us the best man to handle handlethe hlndlethe handlehe
the he unruly people and he executed his hiscommission hiscommissIon hiscommission
commission In a manner that caused causedtho cnusedtho causedthe
tho marriage to take place without withoutany withoutany llhoutan
any an overt acts of violence
Chicago Record IlecordThe IlecerdThe RecordThe
The people of Spain like the Filipinos Filipinoswhile FilipInoswhll Flllplnoswhile
while devotedly loyal to the Catho Cathollo
llo 10 church arc opposed oppos d to the methods methodsand methodsInll
and nlllllatlom ot some of the church churchfunctionaries churchtunctlonarles churchfunctionaries
functionaries ot Spain During years ears of ofmlsgovcrnment otmhlroernment ofmisgovernment
misgovernment moreover they have havebeen havebeen havebeen
been heavily taxed and as persistently persistentlyrobbed poralstentlyrolJbell persistentlyrobbed
robbed by tho corrupttonlsts who hold holdpolitical holdpolltlcnl holdpolitical
political ofllce The marriage now no con contracted contracted contraeted ¬
tracted comes as n last straw upon this thisburden thishurden thisburden
burden of grievances nnd were a lead leader lenler ¬
er of the republican forces to rise and andassert andnuert andassert
assert himself nt this juncture the thequeen th thqueen liequeen
queen would have little with which to tocombat tocomlJnt tocombat
combat them The reactionaries and andconservatives andconeenallves andconservatives
conservatives hold h 1 the places both milltory mill military milltnry ¬
tory anti civil but they are compara comparatively compnrntIclr comparntl ¬
tively tl e1y few In number and without pop popular popular popular ¬
ular Influence Inllu nce The queen moreover moreoverhas morOverhns moreoverhints
has no such strong mnn as Canovas to toguide touh1e toguide
guide uh1e her and IIll hold the people In sub subjection dubjectlon subjection ¬
jection Until recently she had her herchoice herchoice herchoice
choice between casting her fortunes fortuneswith fortuneswith fortunesvith
with the ill II11eralllnl1 > eral and republican element clementand
and trusting to their loyally to main maintain maintnln malntaln ¬
tain the throne or uniting with the re reactlonlsts renetlonlsts reactlonlsts
actlonlsts She has chosen tho latter al nlterntuhe alternn alternatlve
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