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Th The Inaugural Inill 1n gurnl ceremonies for Ohio con ecsend ccson1 conorni
end term of Will Vm McKlnley ns Ircsldcnt Ircsldcntof
of the Untied States were the grandest grandestand t tanrl
and most tlnbornte In the lilntory of ofthis ofIhll ofthin
this republic There will be J compnil compnilFons
Fons between lh the oxtravnunnco of ofthli ofthlM ofthil
thli pageant p Mnt and IIntllh the simple displays displaysof
of onrlltr time btonti1 b uM lliro lire nU nUways nl nlwnlIlIome niwityn
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occurs Hut we should nil rpoopnlze tlio tliodifference III IIIdlrterence tliodItteyen
difference lietween b IIetn the ronilltlonM to today todo today ¬
day do In the btRlnnlnft of the twentieth twentiethcentury tWPlltfethcentury twentiethcentury
century and thn IhnfO > c of the openln at oftho attho atth
tho th nineteenth century centuryThis cenluryThl9 centuryTlts
This nnUtm has hA ndvnnced with n ra rapidity raIllJlty topkhtth ¬
pidity and 11O grandeur grnn eur unefjynlled liy nny nnyother nn nnother onyother
other and the wealth nnd means for fortxhlMtton tortJhlbltlon or orhtbItIon
txhlMtton of Its power which It tins no noquired Qoqulrt noqulrt4
quired I warrant Ibo Inlnlflrtnco niiKtiln > neo which whichimall whichmull whlcthnmnll
mull minds deprecate This splendid splendidcountry splenlhlcoulltry nlknIIlCountry
country con well afford orrorlllhc the epoctanlo of ofthli ofthu
thli thu 111 IniURiirotlon In u urntlon and anything paltry paltryvoull paltryw piittrywouII
voull w ulil bo h condemned by b the patriotic patrioticand
and nni decried by the kingdoms of the thoworld Iheorl theorkI
world worldTin orl orlTht orkI orkIThe
Tin rcelected < l President Iresll nt linn tilled the thoclialr thelillir thechaIr
chaIr nt t lie chief executive ex cullo with honor honorand honornnd hotiornnd
and nnd ability lblllt That he has sutlBdci the thepolitical thlpolilical thepolitical
political party which lloh he has twice led ledto ledto
to vIctory vlct ry will III not be contradicted contradictedThat
That ho has sained the confldcncrt nod nndsur IInd8ufl nodnupprt
sur nupprt > Pt ht > rt of many citizens of opposing opposingparties OPP08111ApArtle8 opponingprt1en
parties mont be admitted The results resultsshow resultsshow resultsshow
show this beond successful eucC satul dispute disputeThafhe I1IputeThathe liPputeThathe
Thathe has he nndt some mistakes nnd nndhas 111111has nntlhia
has hia had nO to chance hl hlB views and policy policyon
on some inueslloni will not bo denied
by II I cJnJIJ U l1llldpeorle people nu nlln n mutter tter what hnt may
be their party convictions Hut that
h ht hug h ha presided over the affairs of the thoMtlon Ihenation thenitlon
nation with dignity and earnest effort effortf rrorttor
f tor ci r the stability expansion growth and nndRlory nnllItlory andglot3
Rlory ef the republic fen will refuse to toTh tol4kll toatknewIto
l4kll atknewIto atknewItoThe ledre ledreThe
Th The Opponents ot f the President I com complain comJlalnpt cornPaln
plain Jlalnpt of his hl alleged mibwrvlenco to the thewill theivhhl
will ill Cf r hIM htlllXllty Potty manager mll1n tI and RI1I11IceUIe arcuie
him of a lack of firmness If there la laanything 18IInrtMn Isknythlng
anything of truth In Ihetc th e crltlcl crltlcllmw m he hewill hewill liewill
will In hid Ihlt second term have n Rood Roodojitirtunlty roollOiMtunltr goodOhPOitunity
ojitirtunlty of uvtivomlnit these faults
It they Iht are lncorr Incorrect t he may mn be able to
demotwtmte their fullncy lAIIIIC He wIll not notexpttt 1I0teJPftt notexpKt
expttt ft 1 third t term rm and sn therefore ne need nNlInQt needact d dnot
not jlcld 1111 to the thi Importunities lniportun of thow thowwho IhOtwha tlioewh
who wh o Mntrol I ntrol the poiitiwi 101I1Ic < < 1 sphere and andulltale anl
ulltale IK H inovemenlii inovemenliiUn4 floemeonUn4er
Un4 Un4er r the l III tiw w recently r8Cenll p pseeed Med by
C6IJgrfJtoJ he ie will Ue Ie clothed riot hell with extra extrath etr0r411t7
onJDt 0r411t7 11Otrs III th Ihe t attain ot Ih the
rhILlI PhlUppes Q II i It j Probaw too that thttwill
Cu will 111 to Mm extent ient come under
hi wpwvtalo Here n rj will be afforded
optnlngi for or tho th exhibition lit t wl wll1om < Jom
infckmtkin Ilon and ot ruty utivt discernment
In Innthane ailrtnee of t any In lit f hit predeceawr
JhAt WhAt In 11 will IJ rt < 11 f W will b be watphwl tchfI ckwy
by b frlen1 tl1e l pn ni f fo ri IntlulOn and ni upon It Will de >
peniliu tnll IMh iiI < ll the wlfr Wslf of this nation
as a well ell an of n lis de dtMIHIIIe encl and nd the
wtiLuaaee or n decadence deca
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Irl trie ltesl4
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tOM all H the world lit II boldi lctl authority
JIttr klr than Jntta that wlrtd wttldtd I by 11 many manyvra Inan
11111 oareel eer a tilt beall of U the
nation will bfo b bit b brlttt but In that
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t01lalll towa It Iti ad
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IUIport of nil clll
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NIIOItaI oplnl etl end a hould tr
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UCCel for or the honor
JI 5M Weee of f our belo
tht JItnM na at IIbftot liberty to all 11 IMnklniJ IMnklniJStl country
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In nr th M rJlUhi Juhli morals That
II t > S By a I ktt < eIite4 effort to t SUP Up Upan
pr 11 s G1111n ng Iun b ity liquor eU1nl
an I the g 1 c r IMS t I that lire pornflUed porinittetia
t tt a poliut PQl ul this n t tjiy it y If they can an suc succeed aueteed sucteed ¬
teed In thic the better clm classes > i of our
citlHitf will doubtlMi approve their thalrcourtt tbelrCOUlll theirCOtltH
courtt courttWt COUlllW COtltHwe
Wt W will not now dlaoun the queition queitiona questlas °
as a to who commuted thoM tantieme tantiemethe IIlntlemtPIhe entlemeu entlemeulie
morality moralityappoltittd or ora 01ippofOited
the mmrdlani of public
appoltittd a them agents entl to enforce < e the tMlaw thelaw thelaw
all allcltUeni a1Jelllens alleltiftils
Is the right of
law We W Mpltofe U1III ° It
cltUeni to take an Interest t In every everything Iverthlnlf everythtng ¬
and andahli Indald andaIde
thing that promote good ood order
aIde In putting down vice and hiw hLIn IaWlefl IaWlefllisle M Mnen
lisle n THerefnre they tb ar are doubtlew doubtlewwltnin doubtll8wtllUr1 dOUbtIPISw1Lht
wltnin tie t e line IIn of It food rltiwnshlp rltiwnshlpwhether LllIaen ttt5fl5hlPwhether hlp hlpwhethr
whether It 1 II one of the functions of the theproacliwa theprelell thepreachers
preachers prelell ofllce or m nol nt > t to t engv en In Inthe Inthe Inthe
the regulation of municipal affairs nffalriIt llalr llalrIt
It li I R 1 1 fact that gambling houses houiecome bouelomo housescome
come under the tan Ian of the law Alto Aiwtbnt AhlOtMt AltothAt
thAt houie of lIMame an a unlawful unlawfuland ilWtUland
and pTiwne plJrllOnho irsoni who resort rl to theta th 1II may maybe maybe maybe
be pUBlFhtd on conviction And A lid further furtherthat furUltrtbat furUicrthat
that lquor selling UlII Iilii la forbidden on Sun Bunday Sunday Sunday
day Yet It la notorious that these theseevtli th11Evtl theseevils
evils are permitted to exist In thin city cityu cityand II IIalld
and u < l little lq I done to put theft down or orcorrect orcor orveriot
correct cor tol them It l admitted is by truth truthful truthful truthful ¬
ful men of experience e1lp rhnc and ob obenaUn obenaUnthat mtir ° > n nthat flthat
that many Inall vice which th the law forbids forbidscannot torbtdRCMCJt forbidScannot
cannot be entirely IIUrel eradicated from frommined rom romtnllcod rotflinlItod
mined ournmunltlea lltrununl Ilea Hut It 1118 It Is imverthe imverthelew lIverlheh
lean h 11 true that they the can be measurably measurablycontrolled melUluralllcllltrolled measurablyenjitrolled
controlled aid kepi from rota being ueln flaunt flaunted launted ¬
ed In th the fare of virtue and morality moralityWhat 11I1ralltWhal motilityWhat
What ran be done ehuuld be dune In Intill Intill InLila
till Lila direction directionWe
We v mutt confess surprise that the themayor tbemayor themayor
mayor of thU city admit with mild mildequanimity mlillequanimity mildequanimity
equanimity that the saloons aloon of thli thu city cityAre eilYAre citynie
Are practically wide 1110 open on Sunday SundayWe 8undaWe SundaYWe
We understand too that tie l II not In Infnvor IIIfnor infavor
favor of diligent dll1 nt action by It the police policefor IIOUeetor policefor
for the suppression of gambling and andplace andplAcet andillacee
place of bad repute The rh mayor and andthe Rnlltile andthe
the police iu ore supposed IIUll Olll1l to h hI placed In Inottlce Inoflle inottici
ottlce to execute the ordinances of the thecity Ihecll thecity
city cll It the regulation1 thus e oetab oetabltIhl1 ontiebUlhsd t b bIfthed
Ifthed lire ro wrong they the should be amend amended ¬
ed or abolished While thoy tile lire In Inforce Inoree Inforce
force oree In legal theory they till should be en enforced entorcelln onforced ¬
forced torcelln In active fact There U no 1100111 1100111In evad evading oradlag ¬
lag In this reepnnilhlllty It U becoming becomingwidely becomingwhlel lecomlngwidely
widely whlel undarfUoad that them is n glar glaring glarIng glarlog ¬
ing laxity Inxll on tlioso matters and they theynre theyArt theyore
Art bucomlngn public scandal scandalW soanLlaWe
W We e do not advocate IIdvo at9 II policy that will willspatter wll wlloaller wiilatitter
spatter evils which hloh we deplore all over overhe oorthi overthu
he city ell That linn him been tried < 1 with very verylii
111 effect We Ve do not belIeve prohibi prohibition prohllJJtlon vrohlbtiou ¬
tion iou could bo mndo to work In this city cityiV
A Htronjr ntron demand for anything will cer certnlnly certnlnlr
tnlnly 11101 brIng Ilrlll n 1 supply either openly or orsecretly oreerell orsecretly
secretly Hut we do believe these th silllfen silllfenclell ngen ngencl agenciii
cl clell s for evIl can be regulated and to tofiomo
fiomo oxtent ox tent controlled BO that they theywill Ihe Ihewill thelwill
will bo compelled to keep within bounds boundsnnd boundsnml boundnod
nod thnt encouragement OIlCOII Ill ItC 111 ell t will not ot ho hoctvcn huIv hogiven
given Iv n to our youth to plunge Into dls dlsxlpntlon dlsIlpnllon dinslpntlon
xlpntlon We o think there item Is no excuse excusefor oxcusetor excusefor
for open openlialooll saloons on Sunday Unrll and we ad advise nilvi d dIso
vise vi Iso So their KeeporH to obey the law and andfiavo nn1lIIVO aninave
nave themselves from 10111 the proceedings proceedingsthnt roceedlng3hot
hot will shortly bo Inaugurated to toclose tocloso tooloe
close them up and PUnIsh tho Infraction Infractionof
of the law lawWe InwWo lawo
We o arc of the opinion that the mayor mayorshould marorshoulll mayorshouid
should Instinct the jtollre to proceed proceedngnlnst procelillnlinlnAt proceedagainst
against Violators of the city ordinances ordinancesInstead orlllnancoeInBloll1 ordlflnncOiinstead
Instead of doing anything to restrain rentralntho re troln trolntho
tho ho olllcers In efforts to promote that thatorder Ihutordcr lintorder
order and morality for which the law lawIn IrllvIA lawIn
In enacted and nlHllla Its officers are appointed appointedIt ll llIt
It Is ii told a 1 hint to the wise Is Rut sufIlclcnt RutlIelenl nutIlcient
Ilclcnt This should prove n 1 hint thnt thntwill thntwill thatwill
will ho readily understood utHlor tood by nil par parties IJartics parties ¬
ties concerned concernedON
ON Till SLASH SLASHTho SIASUTho i41e4tSlfThe
Tho Senate made several furious furiousslashes turlousla furiousslaahe
slashes sla hcB on Saturday and cut down downsome dOWII1I0me
some measures that had much merit At Atthe Atthu t ttill
the same time others that nro not ad advisable allvlsnblo advisable ¬
visable received support Among tlm tlmlatter Ih IhInttcr holatter
latter was the bill bllio to rearrange the sal salnilcs salnllcs salaries
aries of district attorneys attorneysWo
Wo regard thin measure as a akin to tothat tothai tothat
that which the Senate killed IIIe < 1 only alit n 1 few fewdays te telIa8 fewdays
days before It Is I virtually Ituall an attack attackon
on the work of tho previous Ixiplsla Ixiplslature IAl1lslature Legislature
ture The district I1I trlct attorneys law Ill did not notcome notcomo notcome
come Into force until tho opening of tho thopro tholrOltllt thelirosent
pro lrOltllt ent year 8ftr It has had no time 11m to todetnanitrate 10l1ernolltrale todemonstrate
demonstrate Its merits or dumerlts The Theattempts Thoatt8UItJI Flueattempts
attempts to r repeal ponl It failed tll lIfl became fenul It ItWHH ItWI1I4 Itruts
ruts readily scout that It won wn ndvlinhle ndvlinhleto IIIlvlnlJIItolel
to tolel let It work at least until the next nextteuton nextselon nextsession
session of the Legislature lagl lntnre to RVU It a afair 1 1fnlr afair
fair trial The same reason holds good goodngnlnit soOtInsnlnlt goodaguilnit
ngnlnit the present proposition We Woliuim We110l WelioiO
liuim 110l It Villl bo reconsidered nnd sat satdown Rnt110n satdown
down upon uponWo IIJ1 uponWa Il IlWe
Wo believe h hleve nil fairminded and Just Justcitizens JUAtcltlun justcitirens
citizens will disapprove of tho unjust unjustdlicrhnlnatlon unJustIIIcrhnlnallon unjusteliecrhunlnatlon
dlicrhnlnatlon against 1IIlIII t lie board of ofHumiliation ofeqtinlisntlon
Humiliation 11111 a 11 II1I0n refjiilrlng r Ito members to toserve toserve toserve
serve for or tho paltry sum of JIOO 100 a year yearand yearanti ear earamI
and Its It secretary to perform I rtorm for or that thatBalary thatflalu thatnalary
Balary flalu woik which for or Imnurtance and sndextent IInrlextent andextent
extent at least equals nome nomeservices foOmf9rVlrfB someservices
services for or which four tlmethat thnethai lines lineshunt
that amount la paid We Wewould Weonltt Wewould
would like to sr this action reoonald reoonaldered rftOlI raoonldcreel ld ldcl
creel cl < l or If that cannot be effeete ItreetfIQn ItreetfIQnnel a anew
new bill Introduced for a 1 more reason reaaonable reuori reuoriable reasoniblo
able computation It not so great ns nsthnt ISthat onthat
that hleh whlchha8 has failed failedWe tlllellWI failedVe
We think this should he 10 don done also In Inreference Inrerellnco Inreference
reference to the salaries of the justices Juitlceeof
of the XiipremS lIlutm court If 5000 a year yearli ear earI
li I rnntldered too much why wh not place placeIt
It at 31000 A new bill could be Intro Introduced InlroIluced Introuluceel ¬
duced for that purpose e We believe bellelIllIc the thebill liebill
bill that paMod the Houie vas jut Juitright jutrllhL justtight
right The Importance of the petition petitiondemands polllont1 positionuletuands
demands t1 n 1 salary sufficient to secure securethe securethe u uIhe
the ability that Is retiulilte for or It The Thepresent Thellrelelli FluePreSent
present stipend 1It1 nll III too low and there In Inno isIto
no need for our State to be parelmonlous parelmonlousto
to Its II hlsh otllelals The Senate will willdo willdo willdo
do well ell to think those Iho e matters over overcarefully overtully overcarefully
carefullyStMIO carefully carefullySAMPSON tully tullyRmOO
Admiral Sampson Is the object of ofmuch otIch ofmuch
much Ich crltlclsrn erltl lrn on account of the ho imsl imslMan IIBSIWin tsslInn
Man he h hAS taken 10 kell on the question of ofpromotion ofIlfOlttftOIl ofPoofliotloti
promotion In the tuivy M A nunner ItUnt r by bythe b bIbe bylie
the name of Morgan orSlLn asked the Admiral Admiralfor lIml1for
for recommendation to the Ih appoint appointment appointmenl appointment ¬
ment of ensign The admiral forwarded forwardedhla
hula letter to the secretary of the lie navy navyHe na naII navylIe
He II expreMd himself to the effect that thatthe lhatthe thatthe
the Applicant had Rood ROO tirofcwlonnl tirofcwlonnlability Ilrotcl6lonnlabllll uroteselonnlability
abllll ability and a gentlemanly Itfntl ltIlinly li hearing arlng but buthe bu buthe t tbe
he eU8ge eulJlWted te < to the department that thntwarrant Ihlltwlunl thatwarrant
warrant olllcerg oll ell unfortunately tintortuna ely for forthem tortlt1t fortheist
them are II deprived of certain nnturnl nnturnladvantage nnturnlad1Ult naturoladvsntaes
ad1Ult advantage Gild that their proper properplan properpIa properplea
plan Is among the crew and not nmonfi nmonfithe timonIthe amonithe
the representatIves of the country countryFortunately countrI countryPortunately
Fortunately I ortunatel Heontary fof < rtar Long did not notwe notlItO notsee
we the force orce ot these suggestions nod nndeunner Rnl1gunn nodgunnir
eunner gunn r Morgan Is likely IIkel to get his ap appointment nppolntmnl oppolntment ¬
pointment Undoubtedly Admiral Stump Snmpon
on himself will after further reflection reflectionwe rotle < tlon tlonell
we ell the absurdity of his objection to tothe tothe tothis
the promotion of worthy men The ad admiral admlrnl admimi ¬
mimi It is said ha hat risen to hU high highmnk highIll highreek
reek Ill ok nntwIthntATidlw tho f tMt ct that hl
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ititituugas it 6f us the son of n nhave nI arc
I orj rc nlttlot have been much muchthan TOIICIIfi
fi tMJf raht than those of gunner gunnerr4
r4 11 f ho is l competent to rep repUtitry repI
I t 1 Utitry l lry tho gunner Iii or orTin orrh8 orn
n d Tin ioclul functions Cuncll hs of ofe otn1
n1 u1 I II t r rfare e not so Intricate thai thaimastered thnLIii IntLh
Iii h v 111111 lht be e mastered Very Vcr few tew81
1 81 n jR so 3 1 Incompetent that they the thel theyC
C I l > ot 6 move In that nothing nothingtha
II I II Jld n tha tli pastime Il sthno of the socltil socltil0bOOS ucltllII
II I r t 4 0bOOS hool4 to do 0 HO And It Ifhoy ItIII Itml
III ml y nJhW Jpo hoy will bo respected r for forH torIll forOrtht
Ortht Ill H buy tho have Inoro than thanf
f i ii I tnffiijitof lIOUuifl 111t ot if polish they may sue sucI
I in 1 x L S911g gff M to IOn n BUrfaco under which whichhut whlcbII whichtIuiiig
II r I nl tIuiiig Ing hut nn empty brain brainJJirsy brainTh broitiuirpYvrS3
Th uirpYvrS3 JJirsy nlt htm culled uttontlon uttontlonifit nltolltlonII
II t h tl I ifit Itittnllltllrilm militarism always nlwnrlllel1tla nlwnrlllel1tlaI tends tendslOn tendstp
I tp Ih h I lOn of social distinctions distinctionsfort
i II I 1 < tho II fort 19rt Crc contrary to tho tru trujovermnent Irllli rile rileiovtrnnient
i Ii r I pCI1ttlo jovermnent In a aIs IIII itI
II I I flk his Is merit muon t not birth birthcommon ulrlhI
I Ii I t iJlc ere common Inborn can canlit cant
t 1J4ifffDbplhl I Ikint lit only onl preHldentR but bultcnts butI JulrI1
rI1 I i I tcnts tcnts t there can bo 110110 nu dan dnna
t r III ad1mf IIfllI0fj a gunner to the posl poslmilitary 1lslI =
I HI ii or 1 OJIIJ1 A military inilhttiryulanger arid aridFff
> 1 J < Y > Ii Fff J tlanRor For J or whoa the thoheo IhuJ thei
i < J heo ICC ndnlllllIln ndmlttod Hit applies appliesi
11 i I n II II SjSKK Wi1 annilnod ao 11 1 n Ll to the navy na Y or ori orII
i II 1 lIlI1yJI 41 i in v AH win JI oxlond gradually un unii 111III
ii III 1 th ii p prq < mb 1IjII t lure no nolollIer longer free Social SocialI
i stiiK i I liitTgy I If iPUIlCII founded on Cli naturnl Itiut II rut sd sdvant lidal1t ad adi
vant al1t J JsjiOt i hOt reconcilable with pop popAT IIollul1l POPiii
ul1l iii ir EVIrlmflnt
AT iOlitfmt 1 pb hilUOU MOOI1 A YI3AH 1 YI3AHlmt JMHWhll
Whll lmt l IQ iJiiHts i tB to malnlnln the various variousidliticus variousrlleli nrluuIIlihrlUR
idliticus ilJjnornlnatlonB nomlnallon In thin ooimtry ooimtryIH ooulltrIH 00101r
IH l th thc < suoJcct of It writer quoted In lie tlioIIK thoIillrllry lieIitirarv
IIK Iillrllry run Uigost 1 II Qt It IH Interesting read readInKt readPig
11 Pig 1I Ileiiys IleiiysItst i > s sj slnHt
j <
InKt iar the lie running cxponnca expen l8 of ofthe oth
the I h 1 iluiralKs Olucs of the United States wore worej woroliOINQi
j uwWQ U It l required nearly 19000 19000i i9OOO i9OOOIi
i Ii I ir r tfcw N Y York ork City CII alone Tor the thefiur Ihorur Ito Itof
fiur f or ilH li1iIJI 3 of Now York Philadelphia Philadelphiai
i lilraKo ileag and Doston over 18000000 was wasn wasruiulrI
n r ruiulrI < iiilred and LI this Iil docs lint Include new newbuiiiiingVmhslon lIewiJIIlIng 110Wbi
buiiiiingVmhslon iJIIlIng bi I tinge 111s lii is s lull contributions coOt tutu tiotia or orKtnrrul or1IIItrnl orgIftrItl
Ktnrrul charities Ono hundred jcurg jcurgUK cllrs cllrsJI
UK JI I ihero liii 0 WBH tII H not lilt I a missionary 01 society societyin oclo ty tyill
in tid flIIH l4 country C now our missionary missionarycollftct mlll lolIILfY lolIILfYIIlIdlifR
IIlIdlifR > 4 l iirs collect and disburse 26000000 26000000a 2 oooOOO
a 1 yrStalstlclI iMr ir Statistics recently compiled compiledhat
I < > t thtL hat It COstS lllCOOCOO 11 I IGOO 1000000 OO a yenr to tonviiniaiii 10EplFcopnl tothe
nviiniaiii the > EPISCOPal churches of this thisinunirv thisI thiswhile
inunirv I nunl rvvhlle while the Presbyterian cost costo coslnrlllll
I > o r ncftj il HaptlHt t 12318000 Meth Methi
i IM I 1 > 42C7000 2G7OOO nnd Homnn Catholic CatholicS
Ill S INI 1 nK O The Sunday school lesson lessoni
i iicm I I I HhrnrloH etc cost 17250000 17250000Trinity 7250000Trinity 1250000Trinity
Trinity church of New York is re reBndcd regl
Bndcd gl I a Ln tho richest church In Amerl AmerlII
1 1 ii II i Imlnff h1vh large holding holdhl In rent TB TBHI enf
1111 f HI imfBt liif St Bartholomews Episcopal Episcopaldiunh 1 IP1scoPalchurch 111Ico1U1lhurIh
church NQW 1o euv w York linn nn Income of ofniiniit otnl111 of0t
niiniit J 0000 0t a I year while Trinity also nUoKpim nlsoIJrPCd9 alsopalrectlvcs
Kpim iTalrec IJrPCd9 lvfs about n out JICWIOO n yenr yenrThere ynrlii Mr Mr1IIITI
There lii nre tO sovornl Kplacopal churches In InV InYork Inv
V v York Philadelphia and 1111t Hoston HostonImvInK itostonavIrg
ImvInK Incomes hi omes of t from JWOOO 0000 to 1h10 1h10I 130 130HIII 130u1I
HIII I u1I I n Mar fnr or The largest Income of any anyirlan nny11hyl1rlan ny nyI
11hyl1rlan I ittCtlLlii < irlan church Is that of tho thoIvlrk theluIk
Ivlrk 1 1lrk New w York ark which IS 1110000 a acar I Irar iiy
> car ir lie I r16xt l ri ° JCt largest li the Second Secondof
of IndlanapollH with KBCOO croo Mndlson MndlsonApn Madisontvolut RIIIRonAnnlllN
AnnlllN Apn c NSW York him the th lar IrlrKesllll IrlrKesllllOll largest eiit In Intorn infl
torn Oll fl of e nny ny Jlethndlst church 39000 39000II
II Yt > ir I Tho Ifh wcnlthlwt IlnpllHt church clmrchi
i Is Fifth FltthA AVenini eIlUl New i York < Its III Income Incomelam
lam I nar Ir hmountlnc to 1 1115 JtlSQOO ooo The ThotlnrkfHlers TheitrkfllerR 1hoHllrkfejlerR
tlnrkfHlers attend the church nnd Its ItsIncome 1111InroJnP itsI
Income I ii la 111 I t St t y year nr doi a not represent t a aIIMM I I1h1111111111 0 0a
IIMM 1h1111111111 a I minllM iimount While Whl the hue Hap Hapti UOII
ti I t ihurflhes hlli he Imve hn nvnf than dx I < lx tlmu4 tlmu4HM
HM H tnnnwmOinbcrs IlInny iii Ii 0 j IIIQInberll in inluer nt A 1 the I li Kplscopnllan Kplscopnllanthe J I sropnlian sropnlianliii
the Hwrfof M t Jt milniiiinlng tho latter Is Ismore
more thiin II1Iih lll 12000000 greater The Eplu EplunDil I EplaI IIIII IIIIIloJal
nDil I I hlirch liii rCIi In I n protmrtlon lirul rt Ion to numorl numorlran
ran It irnBth riJ flgth I h cost from three to live livetlmm livetlII10M lIvetluuus
tlmm iigfmuch Is inhIchi for maintenance ns cltU cltUr lth lthIr
Ir r thc Ififptlsf r tJsf Presbyterian n Methodist Methodistor
or 1aihgjTc 1aihgjTcAlioiulwWOMO CRtlt sihtlic sihtlictluj Ie IeA
AlioiulwWOMO A tluj q2OOOOIJO 200000 n year Is cpent for forTiiWei torTlhl forTti1l
TiiWei Tlhl Tti1l fy ythl the American Amrtron people whtlo wile wileOOO whilotuufllO
nml nmlSroOO antieun
1500 tuufllO OOO fK jvyortr vyelr K gee e for hymn hooks nmlIfionoo
Ifionoo SroOO eun ajycar IUenr t IneM year for prayer Irnyor book bookli hooksII
li wlllbj wl vli1h noted ntel that tho lie greatest greatestpart IreoleRl IreoleRlpnrl
part offVhfsO Ir f1IiSO so millions go toward the theinulnt Ihe1IIInlI hue hueniointmlriCt2
inulnt 1IIInlI niointmlriCt2 mncq tl ncq of preacher Ilrenchorl buildings buildingsdixtiiiiiltijm bulhlng bulhlngl buIldings1tuillutlthn
dixtiiiiiltijm l of f literature UeratUll and so on 11 nl nliliu nlbu allund
iliu lund litheKO h tI lolpell topeI pel Is supposed BUPl10 cII to bo of offn ofr
fn r 1 rrcij r Q nnd nl11 without wlhoul money If Ifwere I It1 Iflh
tiiily tiiilyMn tlll tlllh
t1 lh 1111115 a were upcnt upon 1110n
h 1 Mn Jd itul i InstltutlanB trttutonl such ns lS would wouldlirtLr woull woullhfIr vouildhi
lirtLr hfIr hi 0 ha c conditions llton8 of mankind mnlllnd there therefan thrl thrlcnn
Hint the practical re remit ret ¬
fan 811 lHno 1 flO douht Mlht pratlcnl
mit l t Would l uli ba J1 moro KrntlfylntT Hrotfylng thou thnntli thouI
tli I liv v niBJnqw t There Is no objection to toir toIt toII
ir itStTcfe ff e Of gnthorlnK meant for fo the thomiliiorSncfl IhomdllpPC thennci
pi u 111 I t9 gallrln leln
miliiorSncfl 11 nnci of church work Kven 1en the theAIM thef lietp
mdllpPC AIM tp il f Patil U canvassed cal ld tho churches churchesf
f tI r m4g lfPJf contributions jontllbutlola Hut these thasov thee theeIH
v IH i r I rtfrthe r stnrvlntr Jarvlnr Saints of Judea Judeannd Jul1el Jul1elUII Judeaor
nnd UII or I i 111 ifmiciCMl lctcti CJlll a strict 1Irict account of the theImoi the1l thelr
Imoi lr pd 1l tho expenditures oXl1pn < luros As s for forhmiBlf torhil forhii
hmiBlf hil hii It hp sUbrlstetl IUbrlst tl while preaching preachingto
to ilnwarld Ihl It curhl fin 1 ili voluntary contrlbu contrlbutim cnlrlbu
tim 111 irHntlic cin brl thl hue reaultaof rsults results ot his own labor laborUN labor1mt
l The Themil Thelll Thelili
UN 1 1mt tio no a 1 romunorntlvo rOlunrnllo otllrp olrp
subsistence subsistenceRoll
mil lll li I rtfcfl not n means
HI 11 1 iiciit Roll ol religion rllglon nt so 10 much mich a alirlsllnn nl aIiiIstInn
l r lirlsllnn IiiIstInn rlstnn churches IhurcheR of today todayrnto tmlayIlli todayl
l I iituitut rnto to first firlt principles IIrillcl109 or orSeplrntlons give giveI 10 10I
I I I II I Illi Seplrntlons EPlrnlln8 nt lt beIng 1lnl tho In InMPt InMIIIIIfs ine
MIIIIIfs e MPt lt tho < h ° w worMs rlda inlvatlnn inlvatlnnm inlvatlnnAM Inlvaloll Inlvalollf snivittiouuIAiilMt
IAiilMt i f f fI I iH H ttl n JIIIHH JIIIHHi hlh1h1ilS hlh1h1ilSI AM IM IM IMtho
I I I i f or tho times tlle Is II the tor torthat lerrll or orrltl
rll rltl tlt2tOS n09S that seems s rR to bo tin rlttide rlsni tinInc
Inc ni 11 Ih tide 111e TOiiinK in upon Ipon the theVfilVlllzntlon theph thel
VfilVlllzntlon with Irresistible Irresistibleone Uble
ph l 1 1 hhllzllon IrNl
r f I one that does ho not fall to toifo 10nIl toitt
1 Ij
nIl itt I III 3 ifo I1 hb attention llentlon of it the lie thoughtful thoughtfuloven IhouhttulI
I I f oven en If the multitude multlude nen nend nef nefI
I r d the signs hfnl continuing eonlluln their theirptueult thplrh theirjthusir
h jthusir ptueult 111sult of cold 101 < In the thesurfiliu thehjiiO
11 t IUtir hjiiO h surfiliu rind seething dan dandally IlanRI
N t 11 tJlallY 111 dally the Ihe pat PRIII parn > er9 tell 111 nbout nboutnnd nout noutm nboutrn
m I Tnce eig nnd murders 11n1er by lynchera lyncheraIpns InchtrtI
1lneber th roost barbarous barbarousIi
C I In ller 10st barllllul barllllulaJlpnot
Of savagery Only Onl n nago nhl itt
Ii aJlpnot iIpfl Ipns voger
ungo ago a KansAs I mob con conhuman conplgl consL
hl t t 1 III
plgl sL m 1hulan atliuuutuan mgigo human bring to the names namesinmoiiB Ilt1 Ilt1J11 Unitiesuil
uil inmoiiB Rmol the nvsetntora PI1llllorl being beingL blllghii
hii Di J11 t1sot L f women womln and 1111 many man school schoolSri schoolI Ihool Ihoold
d I Ii n flIili Sri their way va a homo from fromtnd tromIl frontp
t n1 the protest against such sucht
p Il t I tnd r11 prolotl sleh
1111 0111 t thl the he Blftht sllht of which n f civil civiln cll
171 lz 11 iuOt iuu n n might mlsh well wel go o Into mourn mourntoo mour mourInl inouruiliii
Inl liii 1 almost lI0 l too to feeble to be benlmed 11 11I betI
tI I 1 1I
I ujphlhlfli IJNal nlmed that Iht every e r day 110 In the thethl3 thl thly they
y i 11thl thl3 country life 1 hif Is I token tokenMI tnkenthie
wit MI I fthc thie sanction sancton ot law And 01 nui the theresort IheIrnI lie lieI
IrnI I > to resort ro rt to lynch law I u II be bei heIm
i Im in 0 nrnorc n In6re deeply catnullshed elnblhel every everyUr err erru
> Ur u 1 r S Tlc he terrible effects fftt nre nr of a arinmilauvc allluln anature
rinmilauvc llluln 0 nature nalurl Life la l becomIng Ixwomlnftip lomlng lomlngh
rh h > ip t Mobs 101 kl ki kill IOletmp sounetlmre ° tlmM for very veryfru veryfrit f ffrilOU
nnd Minetlmea mlth In Intii inii
Offoiw II
fru frilOU uraf oilS otanf I
tii ii nPCOPe r o not taking tlklng time to In Invenigrftc InIHllnl InIce
venigrftc IHllnl afi tho th Ice evidence etdlnce on which the themai thf thfI thisrnrugutIOrl
mai rnrugutIOrl I Is made madeintfuieso madlIIMf made1ithCStt
intfuieso lIIMf rb netS nrl ot vl violence lolllC ° lpnce Are lr by b bm no nomo noIn
mo m nit 5A iho the only onl proof Of the grwing grwingci rlnc rlncfar
ci > ntMrnpt init far law Iwlra IAInt Leuwlessuiess n i l is 8 In InivlK Inlvllknc Inell
ivlK lvllknc ell nee Qil n nil al hands h nl1 I To evade eale law lawtlf lawUS
11 US lI tlf ns I no dlangreoaWe 1 aJralle consequence consequencefoll ClnpuelCtl ClnpuelCtlulol consequencesfohlii5
smart Inateiid of ofwrong otwngL oftvrnrg
foll fohlii5 ulol U ponslderod llllerOtl Inalt
wrong wngL Sometimes Sometmes It Is buMnwe buMnwenbllltjV bupinsesabllR uln ulnabUI
nbllltjV abUI abllR long I Iong ng ago nlO It was IR Mid Nk1 that thatthe thAtthe thatthe
the l liet lflt it days should be characterized characterizedby eharatenU
by b thl th ihr1iIe rule rl of the lawless 1aII one on nnd nndto Rn ij ijto
to nifpppearnnce al JtraMes everything is I being beinged bng bngprePluitor beingprepazJ
prepared prePluitor ed for IUc such ch I a Mt u1 nj fllraard ruarl ruarlJ Mwrfl
of laW JI J the cxnni exnml > lt > s set t before the thechildren tbl thechlldreuj
children chllrcl ItJt It It ls Indulged Iltul II In by rt rttjinttnljle reIlllwtnlle ret retcitfacus
tjinttnljle citizen clfe I Cornea n ni as well wellas wel
as 18 men nlm rasort reot to Id I it to gairt < aln private privateor rlvllloor
or public lluhlc ends endsAnotlitr endAnothar omideAriothir
Anotlitr utrlklna Itrlklng feutwo f8tll0 of our lima limaIs lme lmeIs tunele
Is tho frequency of calamitous cllll1tOIR noel ncclil ncc noeldents
il dents nt Ships fhlpl HO 1 down 10wn with wlh their tliolrprecious their11lclou theirlirecious
precious 11lclou bunkii IJII nl of soulf eoul and 1111 man nro nroentnmb nroentor arcentombed
entombed entor d In tlQ tie bowoM of thd onrth onrthPninlno orth orthFalln nartiuFLunllflo
Pninlno Falln und Ild nun iMntltance Ulstlance Imvo been beenwenlng be beensweeping n nIWtCplni
sweeping IWtCplni different diferent Jtartg ar of the lie world worldThe worldFlue orll
The destroyer IB l abroad abroadThere Rhro11herc abroadThere
There to II I ono onl primary onus MUs for nil niltills 11 alltIthe
tills whatever whatlnor mny be the sec secondary stcondllr seeonilary ¬
ondary ondllr causes cu el And this IB II the thegeneral thelenlrl thegetueral
general lenlrl tendency tenLency to disregard Isr garll mans mansdependency mals mals1llnLlen mansdepenuleui0y
dependency 1llnLlen y on lift h Maker When divine dlvlnolaw divineltuv llvln
law Is l discarded IIcQlel liutnnn law linn hll really reallyno rMly rMlyno
no solid 90ld basis hl81A of authority If I the only onlytnottvd onlyl1olVO onlymotive
motive l1olVO to o keep the law II hi II ii to avoid nvoll tem temporal ter terporal loinpenal ¬
poral pmilsbmcntH Ilnlshmell18 why should It I bo boheld hoheld 0 0heM
held snored Mcrl If the punishments punllhrnsntl by byrlivcr byr11Vl1r byOltVer
rlivcr r11Vl1r tnnneuveiH raneUel or by other unman tricanpwin Clnl ClnlMn
win ho avoided Just Ju ll as effectually rlelualy Thift ThiftIH Tllt Thitin
IH the reasoning rRsnln of tunny Inn roan who prefer preer to tofollow totolow toallow
follow tolow tholr inclinations IlIclnnllono In mioh loh mat mattors matlers roOtter
tors And the result u IIIIH IH aPParent nppnrentIn
In tho Ihl Mine Mlre way an human humln beings bclnijafoiRcl holn holntmot beingsforgot
forgot Ood they theIIJecllmoklnll theIIJecllmoklnllJull1nncc neglect Invoking Ills IllsBuldnnco Illsguidance
guidance Jull1nncc lll 1IH care rle It 1 stands standI to reason reasonthat rlll80n rlll80nIhat rsnisonlint
that man without wllhOlt fliMlmuit Ond flutist l over bo In Indnnfier hIII indanger
danger II le r Just ns IS children ohllren left lef to them themselves thor thorRelv thornselves ¬
selves Relv whether In play pIl or vwrtk oHt Until Untilthey U1lI UMIIthey
they pain onlllrlent InfCent knowWjre know le and ex experience eXperlonco oxPenie000 ¬
perience tlielr tielr only 0111 safety tet from noel accidents ncelIellts noeldents ¬
dents lies leR In in1thiOir tholr following folrwlll the Ihl Instrut1 Instrut1tlonit IlIslrurionA Instrucions
ions ionA of their Ihe r pnmnt Inrtlt or cunrdlani unrdlnn It Itthe I ItIs
II > the name 1110 with wih tho ho children ohldren of men In Inralailon Inrelnton inrelation
relation relnton to their thel Iatliur I at1r On land or on onpea onSM onsea
pea at homo oT abroad nIrona they arc de dependent le lepnlrnt do dopondont ¬
pendent on Him 1m WICKS HIM HH Influence InfluenceIB Infuenco InfuencoIA
IB thero Ills Hs preserving prtsorlnl hand Is felt tel too tooWhere tooWhere toohuere
Where huere that Influence 19 s withdrawn withdrawnmnn withrawn withrawnmnll
man In the midst of o a complex world worldtho worldIhe worldthe
the laws of which ho but Imperfectly Imperfectlyunderstand Impertecty Impertectyuntorstand itnIlorfectlytindorstanils
understand untorstand lin hM but little lte chance of ofiHcnplnB ottacnpln ofescaping
escaping harm to health healh and life Ifc He Hes le lel
l s after nter all ni hl but a child ohlll playing thought thoughtiessly thoughtlelsly thoughthessly
iessly lelsly on tho railing rnllnl of a stormtossed stormtossedship Itorltoe8ct
ship at lt tho edge el1l of otto a burning volcano volcanoor
or In a boat Irresistibly Irresistbly drawn tlwn toward towardtho
the rapids of a cataract cataractThe catarnctTho cataractThe
The remedy then ID h In ft general re return reo reoIUr roturn ¬
turn IUr to the Ihl thi JInker Inl < er and nni Huler of the theheavens thehacnR theheatens
heavens anti nHllho the earth A little ltle reform reformhero rerormhere reformhero
hero and Ind there Is not sudlclont slnclenl Thcro Thcromust rheromust Iherentuist
must be a general restoration Tho Thogolden Thooliell Thegolden
golden oliell ngc nle of t hue earth enrll wan wal when man manconvened mrmcU1erll manconversed
convened cU1erll freely with wlh the Creator anti nndwas nnllia antiwan
was ia guided Hulllet by Him 11m in both public pub c and nndprivate anllrlnle andrlvate
private affair nrnlrl It 1 will wil come again againwhen agatnwlen againwitcn
when nil 01 dominion Llomlllon Power nnd glory slorysliull glolY glolYshul gloryeiituhi
sliull shul have been given Rlvcl to Him Jm whose whoseright whoserIght whoseright
right It Is to rule ruleTho rullrho rulerho
rho fox chase In South Africa Atfcl contin continue ¬
contn contnUCi
ue UCi with wih the foxfar fox tar In the lendOnd lendOndthe I load Rd and anl1the andthis
the trail trai Indistinct IndistinctWhat Indistnt IndistntWhat indistinctWiurut
What moro natural nnturl than that thatin In es escaping oscnplllg encoping ¬
caping front tlom his hl pursuers Gen OCI Dewot Dewotshould Dowetshould Dewetshould
should take to the th water waterTho wllr wllrTho waterThe
Tho public Jublla debt iebt Is boltiR reduced r dlc I It Itcannot l Itcannot
cannot be reduced too fast nor too far farto tnl farto I
to suit slit tho people Lot Lt the th good work workof
of reduction reduelOI go on onVice onVIce onVice
Vice Ireildent lreJl1ent Iloosevelts address addresson addroS
on his Induction Into olllco otco was IIS very veryshort vcryshort varyshort
short but was nil 1 ahitotho to tho point and quite quitea
a model for tho occasion occasionDuring QccnalonDurIng ccasionDuring
During the session Just closed < Con Contgr Conrss Congress
gr gress rss ss passed pasleL 335 3 5 Joint resolutions resolutons Tlieral Tlieralarc TIuert TIuertarc
arc no 10 data from trO which It l Is I possible to totell 10t totell
tell t 1 tho hue number of Mrs Nations Nalons Joint Jointresolutions jollltresolutions joIntresolutions
resolutions resolutionsTho
Tho Semite Is so O ciulot nnd update IfHlle so soconsiderate socOlIsllerto soconsiderate
considerate cOlIsllerto and courteous that Vice VicePresident VI ViceIresident co coPrealdcllt
President Hooscvelt Is very apt Plt to find findpiosldlns flnllplsl finulpresiding
presiding plsl < lnA overIt an Irksome task He Heprefers HepreterK Itolitefern
prefers tho thotnlr cdnlrolllilfj dntt Ihiif l fg of < t wild wl < horses horsesto
to I Mils tame business businessThere busInessThelo businessTimem
There Timem Is said to be less Illiteracy llernc In InKansas Inlnll8nS InIansas
Kansas than In any In other State of the theUnion theUnion theUnion
Union AH I of o which hICI eoes iPlS pen to show sho that thateducation thateducalloll thateducation
education alone Is not not a I panacea Innncc for fororln tor10IAI forsocial
10IAI social orln Ills IIN Qommon C0110nSense sense Is an In es esscntlul csellol ensentlul
scntlul ellol In dealing teqllnl with wlh them themIt
It 1 Is 11 Just forty years ears ngo this day daythat 111 dayhint
that the crtnt Lincoln entered onleLellupon onleLelluponthe upon uponthe uponlie
the lie discharge tlehargo of his duties dutes ns IIllrosldellt IIllrosldellthell President PresidentThen Presidentlheuu
Then hell hp h was an ni almost almostlnknown unknown man manToday 1111 1111To ninaToday
Today To < l he Is recognized as n one of the thegroat Ihl huegroat
groat roat men len of all ni time tmo and his memory memoryIs
Is revered leorol by all ni Who love liberty libertyFive Ibarty IbartyFlvo lIbertyFive
Five thousand Cubans going to Coy Govflen GO GOGpn CoyOcum
flen Woods residence resllolco to present pro ent a apetition 0 0lieU aPetition
petition lieU lnn of lt protest Irolost against lJaln t the Senate Senateamendment Senatf SenatfItemtmellt Senateamendment
amendment Itemtmellt nnd nlll then giving glvlnl cheers for forthe forthe or orIho
the United Unlcll States Slnt s chows that Ihlt they Ihcnro Ihcnro10ro are nromore arealone
more 10ro appreciative qf what this govern government tovern tovernment governmoult
ment has hal don 10nl for them thlin than thanIs II l gen generally gellorl genorally ¬
orally orl believed beJvtl1 beJvtl1l t tIt I IIt
It l Is a great grCnt day dl In American history historyn his lory loryni
n ni fin nil ni Inauguration Inaugnrnto inaugulrtuttQndays days arc are President PresidentMcKlnley PresldenlIclllley IresldontMciCinloy
McKlnley enters enler upon his second term termIlls IcrmIs termIlls
Ills Is first frsl saw some tremendous tremendouschanges tremn tremendouscliringen uuR uuRhrLges
changes hrLges In our country countrygreat great expan expansion exvtn exvtnI expiumiptofl ¬
sion I un beyond beont1lhe the he s sa a Ills Js second will lll seedoolopell seedovoloped see seedeveloped
developed an American mcrleol colonial eolonlli policy policyJuit polcy polcyJUlt policyJust
Just what It will wi be b no 10ono one now nol can cantell canlel cantell
tell lel
vt Cambridge lnmbrl1go the other day dlY Harvard Harvarduniversity JnrmrL harvarduniversity
university ullhersly students Iludenls destroyed deslryod an his historic hlalorlu hulatorlo ¬
toric town lOl pump It I Is only n 1 few fewears feweor fewyears
years > ears eor ago ng that students there painted paintedthe plnled plnledthe
the statue of John howard a 1 bright brightvnmllllon brllht brllhtrmllon brighttorrnihllon
vnmllllon rmllon In Cambridge these mat matters Inatter unattern ¬
tern ter are ar looked upon ai ni the lie pranks pranksof
of college oleo bojs bOI Elsewhere Ellelhere they the would wouldby
by b looked loketl upon as vandalltm lndnlbl pure Juro and andsimple andsimple andslmuipte
simple simpleWe
We e congratulate congrntulll Dan Spencer on onhis onhlR onhis
his well wel deserved dOene promotion prmoton He Is n nUtah nUlnh aUtah
Utah railroad mlrood mnn In every ovor sens Un Under Undor Undot ¬
dot John Sharp rind Irancls Jrnllcls Cope of ofaffectionate otnrrelonnle ofaffectionate
affectionate nrrelonnle nnd respected Iolpootfl memory ho horeceived hL hLrOlvl hureceIved
received rOlvl his hiI first frst training Irnlnlni and 111 he has hasprofited laR laRprono hasirofitetl I
profited prono by I h thel lessons lesons and Ind his long longexperience longoXItielce longexperience
experience oXItielce Wo with him further and andcontinued andCllnu andcontinued
continued Cllnu success successSen 8uceRS 8uceRSGen successlen
Gen Harrisons larrlllR paper I1 per on alliance alliancewith nlonce nloncewllh alliancewith
with Great OrenllrllRln Hntnln Is a 1 very ery thoughtful thoughtfulnnd Ihoughtul Ihoughtulnllt1sttlsI
anti nllt1sttlsI sutesmnnllke ststesuuian nllkc llke document lIoumenl He Indl Indlcute Indlcle mdicites
cute cle the tlf true lre basis bal8 for all Al our cUll alliance ali alion cUlloboes ¬
oboes on s when hn he inya that l1t It I should ehou be bemoral b bmorl bemoral
moral morl and n l not lot commercial cmmercial With alli alliance 011 011ance nIhsf055 ¬
ance ance bawd hlll on al moral grounds frolndR there therewill therwill
will 1 be b no variableness lIralln neither shadow aliadotvof hadol hadolot
of turning Ortt m II Is I Amerllas Americas torn tornm cantfierce
m 111 fierce rc and Industrial Inllulrl pr plmlnpnfp plmlnpnfprtn prenulnence prenulnencegreater min m mgreater <
greater rtn still ell la I her morel m1 position psllln May MayIt Ma MaIl
It ever be b bl so soItagtlah O Olirughish
Itagtlah l IKIh military liluy orltlae orll oniti are lre much muchputtied mUlh mUlhpUIIM muchpunted
puttied pUIIM to know knw how Denct crossed oroed the theOrange theOrlIge theOrange
Orange OrlIge river rtre In magic lantern shows showsof showl showlot
of ninny mQJ mna years er ago no the the8me time puzzle puzle was wasprwmted wasprftated 1
prwmted prtlM to an Irate father who was wasrmrtulns wa waspersuing
rmrtulns pruIng his olMne 01 1 tlnugjitir nuglllr And Andth AndIhl iniitb
th Ihl mlubUvouA rlaI u boatman bOQtmt v whet > hn hI bad 14 nj I
slsted her1 hor ho flight snns out olt to o the father fatherTin tlthcr tlthcrthl fatluertIit
Tin ducks l1ueilst11d nnd the nIl gllllhey jww they nil 11 swim swimover swilutover wlmovcr
over And nd that HoeniH ItemM to have bw been hepntle beenthe > n ntho
the tle method JethOLI pursued purluel1b by Dewet In cross crossthe crouI crossthe
the I he Orange OrarccPeople Orlle Orlleleolle OrangeIOoiuIe
People leolle Komctlmofi lnelmQ nsk what whlt CO COklokllF 0 0kickIng <
kicking klokllF doos 100s An Immense Immene lot nt I t tlrnrx tlrnrxTh Inl InlThe tIri1rThe
The tiger Igor Hajnli of tho Indianapolis IndianapoliSWhich z zwhich 71 71Which < > < >
which a I few fewweok weeks ago klllwt one Ole of ofthe otthe ofthe
the keepers broke 1rOlt9 out of his cage CIWfew a afew afew
few days IlaYI ago lgO and alllpreld spread armor torlM unions unionskeepers UII 10110115keepers
keepers ke1rtrl and 111 animals Inhnlls As It 1 approached approacheda
a I aunsga a near ar relative relnt of the ass asslife 18 asstlfo
life latter later gave It I such n kick that thatItajuji thatIaJuh thatItajoht
Itajuji IaJuh went weltHprlwln sprawling nnd was WUI 80 80nlarl o onearly ouieariy
nearly nlarl knocked out that he hI was easily easilycaptured euslY euslYnnd eiisilycalttureh
captured nnd put Into ft cage Whats Whatsthe WhulSthe Shimtfllie
the lie good of kicking Lots Lla sometimes sometimesA sOlclmcs sOlclmcsA
A few days In Pretoria should have havenn
nn extremely sobering effect upon Mrs MrsNntlonposHlbly MrsNfltiOnlOSut1biy lr8 lr8Naton11Bslby
NntlonposHlbly Naton11Bslby the first time that ft ftrmldencu ntrlldcncu itresidence
residence trlldcncu In that city ever had ouch IlIch an aneltect nnetect artoffect
eltect etect upon UPOI anybody says the th Chicago ChicagoNews Chico ChIcagoNetvs go goNIR
News NIR The celebrated reformer rtormor from fromKrmiflB trol trolICruunll fromliritisas
KrmiflB has hnl heretofore belloved In tin tinolllcncy thllelcy theOffleacy
olllcncy lelcy of tho hatchet A day In the thecity ItD ItDcty tuecIty
city cty of distilleries ristllorle will 1 show her the fu futility tutlly futihlty ¬
tility tlly of this belief helor Heholdlng Behol ln the Blunt Bluntwalls giantttalls llnt llntwal
walls wal of Ieorlfts lcorll liquor factories she shewill RhC RhCwi idiewili
will wi m ee how tiny tny nnd lnt futile tuta a 1 weapon weaponthe weaponthe WCOPcOIthe
the bent el hatchet Is To 10 turn tur a C hatchet hatchetHfQlnut Intchol Intcholnlnt hiatchtctagainst
against nlnt 1corla would b be llku Ik attacking attackingtho IUlckln IUlcklnt
tho t lIe Rocky Hoek Mountains Mounlilns with lll a hoe Hut Hutthen Butthen ul ulIhen
then the lady latl doubtless doubte regards relll the theliatcllot theatelal thehatchet
hatchet atelal ns I u 1 sort lort of muxtnrd luIML seed seedlllhCtAHlMl sed sedUbllIIMI seed1mIhinIAtl
lllhCtAHlMl UbllIIMI tt Li LiNOlv tiIl tiIlNew Jll JllNow
Now York Tribune TribuneThe TribuneFlue 1rlbuncrhe
The United Unll1 States St I8 auuined IlunwlI the re retponslblllty roo root respotislblllty
tponslblllty t olslllly of destroying 1081wylng the old 011 gov government go goerjtuiient 0 0Crnlent ¬
ernment Crnlent the only 0111 government rmellt the lie isl islnnd 181nnd mitind
nnd had and of o selling lellug up a 1 new niie In InIts Inls Inlie
Its ls place U I owes It tu ethel othel nutluiid nutluiidin
11 tin in well wel as to Itself to make sure thtt thttthe IhatIhe thtthe
the he now IUI government Is better letor than the theold thl theohI
old and Is capable cntlhl of observing olservlnl its itsInternational lisInlcrnatonll ftsIiiternntlonal
International Inlcrnatonll obligation ollllntoll It I Is 11 the right rightnnd riGhtIn rightnnd
nnd In < It I Is I the duty of the lie United States Statesto
to pass upon tho Cuban constitution constitutionand censtlluton censtllutonand
and to do tb so with the most 10111 rigid scru scrutiny scr sorutIny ¬
tiny tny and with wih tho fullest tulleot of power to toamend 10lunenll toaunerni
amend according to its ls discretIon or oreven oreven oreven
even to reject outright This country countrywns countryWits
Wits S the rescuer of Cuba from Ppanlsh Ppanlshmisrule Ppanlsh Ppanlshtnlsrule Sirniitshmisrule
misrule It I has been bten nnd Is Its IR guardian guardianIn
In its i transition trnsiton period and Ild It I Is nec necessarily neounly necOssarhly ¬
essarily unly to bo Its IR sponsor Ipoll8or for the new newcareer newcarler newcareer
career which whch Is to come In such cir circumstances clrcumstlnces drcuirnetances ¬
cumstances cumstlnces It I In only Oily sense stnse and atl Justice Justicethat ju justicethat lcl
that there shall hnl be some SOlO formnl and nu nuthoiltatlva nuIlollltlo flutltoritaIva
thoiltatlva statement al thnt relation relationship relolonShill ¬
Ilollltlo statenlnl lelalon lelalonshIp
ship anti nOI that It shall be mad In nd ndvniicc odQnco advance
vance of the withdrawal I lthdrwnl of United UnitedStates Unlell UnlellSinteR UnitedStates
States guardianship luar < lanshlll nnd lnt control controlPhiladelphia control controllhllI controlPhIladelphia
Philadelphia lphla Times TimesCongress TimesCongress
lhllI lmos lmosCongress
Congress long ago pledged plellget this gov government govcrntelll gaycrnnuermt ¬
ernment crntelll to withdraw Witdrw from Crol Cuba when whenIt
It had established estahlhled n 1 government gov rnmcnt of Its Itsown Is Isown itsown
own A constitutional conslltUtonal convention Is now nowIn nowIn nowIn
In session preparing pleparlnl a 1 frnmu trllo of govern government govcrnmenl governnient ¬
ment That Thil convention conventon derives Iorlves Its l pow powcrs power powens
crs er solely lolely from tho Cuban uan people and andIts Ind IndIlR andits
Its powers are limited Inled entirely to the thoframing Ihotrlmlng thefronting
framing of a constitution conaluton under which whichtho whichIhe whIchthe
the Cuban people wil ivihl lll ho governed governedWith govered goveredWih governedVhlit
With Wih that Ihlt constltulon consttulonlh th the people of this thiscountry IhlscOlutry thincouuuttry
country cOlutry have no business Ilslnes or concern In Inevery Inevery Inevery
every essential 08sonlAI respect our olr attitude ntlll to toward 10warl1 towarl
ward Cuba Cubl should Ihou1 be thAI of helpful helpfulfriendly helptultrlcnllr helpfulfriendly
friendly trlcnllr cooperntlon cooperton but with the Ihl ex expllclt cxhilleit x xIllcll
pllclt Illcll understanding unlerstantlng that It l 18 to con constitute constlute constitute ¬
stitute stlute n sovereign soveroiln government over overwhich oerwhich overwhich
which we exercise Ixerelao no domination domlnlon what whatever whatever whatever ¬
St Paul Ilul Olobe OlobeIly OlobeDy
Ily liberating Ibcralnt the Cubans we havo havobecome havobeoe havebecame
become beoe responsible for their good be behavior behrllor behuavior ¬
havior We had hd no business to Interfere Interfertexcept Inlurterl InlurterlCxcelJt Interfereexcept
except to establish eslubllh n t higher and anllJeltor anllJeltororder bettor bettororder bettororler
order of things IhIIlIR To substitute subslute for a 1 for foreign torulsn forcign ¬
eign despotism espotl 1 n 1 much more onerous onerousand oneroUsnnd onerousand
and unjust UIJust < native despotism espotam In the form formof Cormot
of a dictatorship such as a most of the theSpanishAmerican thoipnnIhAlerlcln thehjpnnlshAmcrlcan
SpanishAmerican republics rl are cursed cursedyrlth cursedIth eurneulvith
yrlth ipnnIhAlerlcln Ith would be 10 a I dlsgrftco dls rlco to ourselves ourselvesand our8eesnnd
and a farce In the eyes eyel of the world worll By Bytho nyte Bythe
the part we e took In their behalf the thoCubans IhoCubans theCubans
Cubans te havo become hecomeour our wards and It ItIs I itIs
Is our sacred duty to make sure Rue that thatthey thntlhe thatthey
they lhe establish ostnblsh saclel ft government gdv v rnlet rumnent In accord accordwith accordwltl accordsulth
with wltl the principledfor prlnctJlct principles l for tho sake of ofwhich ofwhich ofwhich
which wo o Interfered InterferedBaltimore Ilterter interferedBaltimore I IDalll0re
Baltimore Dalll0re Sun SunThe Runhe hluinGlie
The he right of this government to lin linposo 1mposu
poso any retitilctlons re tllcllona upon the Cubans CubansIn
In the mutter of o their foivlgn tOIISI relations jelatlonsor relatons relatonsor
shah shahbe shahJe halibe
or to dictate what their relations relatons
be Je to the United Unlell States Is not conceded concededby concdel
by b the Cubans nor Is It I consistent consl8t nt with withtho withtho withthu
tho pledge of Independence made lade In the themost the10St tuemost
most 10St solemn oleml form by h Congress onsresll on the thePVO th thpO tileo
PVO o of war with Spain splln The declaration declarationof declarnlon declarnlonoC
of the Cuban constitution onstullon that the thepeople IheIleople thePeoPle
people of Cuba ClbS shall tihnl constitute eOllsltute a sov sovereign SO SOrelsn aovorclgn ¬
ereign Btnte Ilnti merely nlllrms nlrls what Con Congress COl COlIress on ongross
gross recognized UB the thl right of the Cu Cubans CuhUls CuliOns
bans hUls a little 1Ue less than linfl three years ago agoMoreover agoIoreover agoMoreover
Moreover the supreme luprume court has re recently relenllY reenti ¬
cently enti decided dolle1 that Cuba la n I foreign foreigncountry torelgncountry foreIgncountry
country As such It Ills la under no obllga obllgatlons obllgatons obhigaions
ions tons to consult consul the United States In Inflaming Intllnlng infminuIng
flaming tllnlng Its constitution constitutionPhiladelphia constution constutionPhiadelphia constitutionPhiladelphIa
Philadelphia Phiadelphia Inquirer InquirerThe Inuirer InuirerThe
The constitution conRtulnn which the canyon convcntlon concnlon canyonion
ion has been n alked kod to ratify rl I ty and andWhich nnl1Which nuidwhich
lon hs
Which In all al probability probnblty It will wi ratify ratifyIB rnlty rnltyII
IB framed In every ner respect upon the by bypotheslu h hIJothesls byliOtluesili
potheslu that the projected republic of ofCuba otCubl ofCuba
Cuba Cubl Is to be an In absolute sovereignty sovereigntyShould soerelgntShoull sovereIgntyShotulth
Should Shoull these fine nnl plans ho realized rlalzc the thelesult IheIellult theresult
result would b I be > that we should have hlo at atour nllur atour
our lur doors a quarrelsome neighbor 1lghbor foi foiwhoso tO fotwhose
whose good Aoc conduct we should to a acertain ncorlaln Pcertain
certain extent exlnt bo 10 responsible but over overvrhote oorhon overtehiose
hon actions we 0 should have nu n con control control eontrol ¬
trol We cnnnot rannot think that this thll U n ndevelopment nwhich adevClniiflieflt
development which Congress Conres9 will wil bo bowilling howIllIng Jo Jowilng
willing wilng to admit admitFloston admitDoslon admitBoston
Boston Post PostThere PostThere IostThere
There Is not a word In In the proposed proposedconstitution proposedconstitution I Icon
constitution con ltulon that even remotely Intl Intlmates Inl Intlmates I Imntcs
mates the hue need of any an tpcclal peclll relations relationsbetween relallor relatlorrabetween
between the two countries It I is In Inihort Inhort Inhinrt
ihort such a constitution constution as n 1 people peoplemight peplemight peoplemIght
might adopt who felt tel themselves thersels reall reallfree realtree reallfree
free and Independent There may be bechanges btcnge bechanges
changes of course before heore the draft lrnc Is Isadopted IsRllolJlpd isaiOlteti
adopted by the convention cnvenlon Hut 1lt If It Is Isnot I Isnot
not changed chngell what Is Mr lr McKinley McIlnle go goIng gotng gotng
tng to do c0 about It ItSpringfield I ISprmfleI itSpringfield
Springfield SprmfleI Republican RepublicanThere nepublcIIII nepublcIIIIThore
There Is I really rpnl no honorable course courseop courseopen ourseOen
op open n to the United Unied States government sovornmpntbut gOlrnmpnt gOlrnmpntbut
but to accept the Cuban constitution constitutionexcept con constitutionexcept tulon tulonexcept
except In so 1 tar ns aRf It may Iny conflict conlkt with withthe wllhtho wIththe
the territorial teriorial claims of the United UnitedSlates Unlel1 Unlel1Stltes UnitedStaten
Slates Stltes under the treaty of Paris Inrl8 and nndthnt andthnt antithat
thnt acceptance photild rhoulnot not be bl delayed n nfull ntul afull
full tul year > car It 1 l II In literally Iteroly none of our ourbusiness ourIlslne ourhiusines
business Ilslne s what sort of n constitution conslltullo the theCubans theCublns thusCubans
Cubans adopt so long ns IS it I appears IIppelf to toprovide toIrOldc toprovide
provide IrOldc for or n stable government governmentnf governmenlIrokrraJ1 governmentlirokerags
IrokrraJ1 lirokerags lou1 house of nfJOHN ofJOHN ofJOHN
JOHN C CUTLER JR JRInrpitiiirnt JRInlulnt JR1ntst
Inrpitiiirnt InrpitiiirntSTOCKS Inlulnt InlulntSTOOKS 1ntst client clientSTOCKS
Hnnclit n nlht and Soul 1011 1011IlnS Soulhank Solilllnnk
hank IlnS and ROl CummrrcUl Cunlurrelt Stocks Btcnrlllei BtcnrllleiTrl HeorUITrl SecunitleFrI
Trl 127 17 30 31 SlaIn Rln St StJJohnsons SI SIJJ Sit
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on all nl Table DamasK Dnmnsl Napkins Lunch Lunch Cloths Tray TrayCloths
Cloths and Also a and nd Handsome
Doyllos Doylo5 Large Line Li of ofDimities ofDimliles
Dimities Dimics Batistes ntstcs Cordettes Cordetc5t Piques and lnd Cotton Coton Crepons Creponst CreponsWorlh v
< Woifli 15c l e SIOc nnd ln12 25c c jicr f A DrtM Vn ll Lilt LiltlrfllJ UE UEIUII
W tig w yard IUII in 11 this tils Halo it1e only on tOe c Per Yard ara araAll 33 + 3 Per Cent Offon Offontig Off Ol ni 1IU flLF flLFAll st1 b
I All Al GNOHA J1NG11A18 A V 1 IH s C only Gill HEIllYU HEIllYUs 1 PIIL m 10c 10 e n Per P er v Yard Y a Id J 33i 33 + Per Pel Cent Off OffJUST 01 ° COVEHs COVEHsJUST COVE1JUST al till T IJfl Ib IbI
r INSERTIONS AND ALLOVERS which are placed on sale salethis tlc r rthis
1 this weeK at the Lowest Possible Prices Pricesft PriccsZ Pricest
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AM J W jjlSJ J jjll5Jl J1
Coo D Pypor Manager ManagerThroo ManagerThree ManagorThroo
Throo Nights Ono Matlnoo MatlnooEngagement Matno MatnoTtm MiutinOcrtl14lAt
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IUlSlA y yEngngement
Engagement Extraordlnare ExtraordlnareDIRECTION ExtrnordlnnreEUfENIE ExtraordlnitreEU6ENIE
Presenting the Distinguished Dstnlulshed New NewYorlc NewYorlt NewYork
York Presentllg Wnllack8 Theater rhea ler cv Succesa SuccesaTuesday SucceSf StuecenuiTuesday
WIIncll Wed Wednesday Wclnesllrl Wedneedlay ¬
Tuesday nnd Wcdlesda Wednesday Nights Zlfhls
nesday Matinee MatineeA MatIneeA
Iatnec IatnecA
Francis Hodeson Burnett and Ste Stephen Stephen Stephen ¬
By JodBon Buret IIIL
I Irnca phen Townsend TownsendThursday TowllsendThursl1ay TownsendThursday
Thursday Night NightCARMEN NightCARMEN NightCARMEN
A Romantic Drama Draml In Four Acts ActsGorgeous ActsGorgeous ActsGorgeous
Gorgeous Homntc Costumes Magnificent MOAntfcenl Scen Scenery Scenery Seencry ¬
ery Carriages 1030 p I m mSCALE mSCALE rnSCALE
Night Mat MatPanjuetto Mnl Matlarutlotte
Panjuetto anti anl First FIrt two rows rowsDress rOSDress rowsDress
Plrqucto Dress Circle IW 1GO 150 HM HMLast 10 10Iast 100 100Last
Last four our rows ows Dress Dr ss Circle 100 100First 100 7r 1 1First
First Circle 76 Jj JjSecond to toScond c9Second
Second 1lrst Circle GO 2 2Third 2j 2jThird 2 2Third
Third Circle CircleSeats iS iSSeats > j jSeals >
Seats Now Ready at the Hex ox Office OfficeNKXT OceNEXT OtIlceNFXT
Friday Frldn Saturday and Saturday Mati Matinee Matinec lnl lnlnee ¬
nee March nrch 8 Sand and 9 Charles Frohman FrohmanPrCT1lE I Frohitnanpresents rohlllanpresenls
presents presenlsTiE
By B J TiE M 1 Battle Dlrrle Seat Sale Wednesday WednesdayGOOD Wednesdnttt VedncSdaYGOOD
ttt + + + + + + +
f We w want to emphasise this thisbecause thisIJecauso thisr
r because there Is so much cheap cheapsoap chelp chelpI cheapsoul
I soap on the market marketAnd mnrltcttLI niarkettiid
And tLI mo taunt t of It is worth Just Justnbout ju justtubout t tI
nbout what hit they ask for It ItIt Itl ItIt
It l costs more 10re money to make makegood makogood makegood
good soap than poor oor soap sonpHence eonplence soaphence
I Hence lence you have to pay pn a little littlemure ltte littlemore
more for good soap than Ihln for poor poorsoaps por por80aps 1
soaps soapsHut 80apsHUI 50015But
Hut the difference dlterence Is so little littlennd lite littleand
nnd the quality Qualt so much better betterWP betterWI
WP WI know youll appreciate It ItTheres I itTheres I
Theres n C line Ino here here7 7 different differentodors 1lrl differentodors rellt relltodor
odors odor to chose from trommade made by bythe b bthe bylie
the Muhlens the makers of the thocelebrated thecele1r thecelebrated
celebrated cele1r tod 4711 Toilet Toiet soaps soapsNo FO soapsNo pSt
No better Jeter soap made malo any anywhere all allwhere anwhere ¬
where whereThese whereThcse whereThese
box These usually usualY sell sel at COo 10o tho thobox thobox thebox I
boxHut Hut lul Weve marked theso theso3S
35 cents for box of thru lhrct cakes cakesF cakesF cakesF
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Prescription lrcsrrlJtol Druggist DruggistWhere DIIttIRt DIIttIRtWh
4 + Where Wh ro the cnn stop stol McCorniek MeCorutickj lcCorllck I IHiilldliicr
+ j Hiilldliicr 111111 IhulldlngLE3TTI3R II IIt
+ t + t t t ttt + HH t t + H t f fLETTER t t tH
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N NEW t CRND J ThEATRE J J U it hi hiJ hiM 1 1M
M E MULVEY ManagerTuesday Manager MangerTONIGHT ManagerTONIGHT
Tuesday and Wednesday Nights NightsJULES NightslJULES NightsJULES
Grand Crnd Scenic Production Producton of Sousas SousnsFULL SousasI SousasI SousasI
I El Gapitan1 Gapitan1J I
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Finc Singers Funny Comedians Pretty Prety Chotuj ChousOrts ChousOrtsGorgeous Oirk OirkGorgeous Gill GillGorgeous
Gorgeous Costumes CostumesNoihing CostumesNothing CostumesNothing
Nothing Like It I Ever Seen Seenin
in Salt Lake at t Popular Prices PricesTHURSDAY Pries PriesTHURSDAY PricCSTHURSDAY
Isle of Champagne ChampagneSEATS
By Insuring with th the theH
HEBERJ ttBfR Js GRANT CO COGeneral coGencral
General Agents AgentsMMWW AcntsI
H S Do You Want Vfnt a Piano or an Olgan Olgant Oignfli OignfliIf r rIf
t write H e fur t l lIInd Ut r ca cannMo CAUI cat3tand r
If I so o It I will wl pay ay you OU to call CI at It our store or I nit nitWe
51 51store
nnMo and 11rlccl prices pricestO March l let t l ltore 11 iwh to our f l lto
We tO m lra going to move on or b hetur before tha 8 1 ftI dl
to tore El anti 63 3 Main street and for fornml tile next ten 1 ct tU tUnnt
1M street stock tocK ni m mlaid the lie nc UII
4 and nil ni pianos and 11 organs Onnl In our ourlmmense Immense lt
laid down In Salt Bai Lake City CI CityIf trtmfni within withinU tM theyears fll
U hare thouGht of getting nn Illntnlnent instrument wiIl doa doareare do doare I
w wyears
you 0U
1 01 1a0 geltng tli time if you > wi
Ibis m sa4 f1 f1Ir
years It will wl pay PIY vou to Investigate Imcelgnte n nt 0 are orerlng 0ffnttug 0ffnttugprices ff rtMl rtMlE
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