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WIT LAKH CITY crr MAUC1I 26 1901
The floventyfl t Annual Conference Conferenceof
of the Church of Jesus Christ of Lat Latterday Latlerday LatterdaY ¬
terday SaInt will convene In the theTabernacle thenb theTabertiacle
Tabernacle nb rnncle8alt Salt Lake City pn Friday FridayApril FrldoyApril Fr1dYAprIl
April E at t 10 a m mLOItENZO mLOitENZO ml
First Presidency PresidencyM03TIIIA PresidencylIO Presidency1iOT1IIX
t A Ail tho central cmral conference of tha thaChurch tMChurch th3Churh
Church will be In session on the first firstSunday IIrstEundny Ilr8tI
I Sunday In April the monthly fastwhlcl fastwhlclwould tnst fuotwilicilouI1 which whichweul1
would otherwise be held on that day daywill daywill dayvI11
will bd ld d observed on the last Sunday Sun < 1ay In InMarch InMarch inierch
March nnd and the fast meetings be held heldon lie hI hIon
I on that day da March 311801 311801LonnNzo 31 1901 1901LOHENZO 901 901LOI1TNZO
First Flr Presidency tIresldencySUNIIAY PresidencyfiUNUAV PresidencYUNlItV
nnmSCE nnmSCErho
Tho semiannual conference of tho thoDesuret thoDt theeeret
Desuret Dt orel Sunday School Union will con convene coneM convene
vene Sunday April prll 7th 1901 at 7 p m mIn mIn inIn
In the Tnborniele Tnborn cle U Is desired that thateach Ihateach thatt
t each Stake of Zion bo represented at atthis IIIIhla atj
j this meeting ineeIn and on < 1 that Blake superln superlnttndsntp superlnt superlntndents
ttndsntp t ndnl ofllcers tJm erl and nnt teachers teacIlerk attend attending attemlIng ¬
ing the General C Mrnl Conference of the theChurch thei I IChurlh
i Church Churlh be present presentA
t A cordial cor < 11111 Invitation Is extended to tho thopublic thopubliC
Irj 0 public publicI
General Bupftlntendency BupftlntendencyHORACE SuperintendencyUORACE SupcIten1ency1flAcE
i General Secretary
The ThePUI press of the country has not yet yetflnl5hfd yetnnl yetI
I fInished nnl hed the dlscusulan I11scu3 lon of tho socalled socalledrevival sOCl1l1erahal soafledrevival
revival of polygamy In Utah A i few fewpaperi fel1I1 fewP4Per
paperi 1I1 erl have h at length learned that thattheir thattheir thattheir
their anertlons that A p bill to prevent preventprosecutions preventIlro preventhroeCution
prosecutions Ilro ecutiolll for polygamy had been beenIntroduced beenIntrolluced becnIntroduced
Introduced nnd that the he Mormons Mormonswere MormonsWere MorrnoneWere
were preparing to reestabllsh polyg polygnmy polyg11I11 IOlYgItifly
nmy 11I11 were erroneous They were cre led ledastray lednatrtlY ledastray
astray by tho false dispatches sent to tothem tothem tothem
them from this city cll and by b tho wil wilfully wilfully wlifully ¬
fully misleading ml lcadlng statements of tho Salt SaltLake SaltLnke SaltLake
Lake Tribune These malicious libels libelswere libelswere libelaWere
were tent abroad for the purpose of ofmaking ofmakIng ofmaking
making the country countr believe that It was wasIn vaeIn I IIn
In fearful danger from the revival re lval of ofplural ofplural ofplural
plural marriages In Utah nnd the pub publlo pubIIc Publie
lie pulse ws made to beat with violent violentrapidity violentrnpldlt violentrapidity
rapidity over the startling news that thatUtah thntUlah thatUtah
Utah was va 8 engaged In violating her herpledges herplelges herpletlgc
pledges to the Union UnionWd UnionW
Wd W Vu recur to this subject because of ofthe oCthe ofs
s the continued d efforts In this city to de docelve decelve deCeive
celve the American merlean public and main maintain mulntaln nininlain ¬
lain tho fiction that has occasioned nil nilthe nilIhe nilthe
the furore o over > er the very simple and andharmless allliharmleBl
I harmless measure that was passed IJII lell by
the Legislature but was vetoed by b the theGovtrnor thlOovtrnor theOovtnot
Govtrnor because of the excitement excitementraised excitementralud
I raised concerning it itA Itcontrocry itA
A controversy has lift been J en going on be b bt ¬
tween t Wcen th the Tribune and some of our
Utah contemporaries over the aisortlon aisortlonof
of the Tribune that th t the th determination determinationof
of thu supporters sUPJ > Orlors of the measure was wasto wasto
to so fix things that the practice of
Polygamy might he generally restored
That paper ra tr aborted n editorially on
Monday March 18th itt that thaiThere thatThere
There Were no etortll of antlUor tl lor lorWith
mans 10 bring evil UPOn the llormon
1 l1ople from 1 itot 94 tl to 1118 The trouhle
came When rlormons
under ono or Rn
wlel disguise IIInn to tuk take more moreWe
We believe
who iJlne at the mon
atocIIINI and voted 010 for the bill
would take plural holl Within n wo eek k
CIceft for fear of the
Mn po1SMlunce corisu
With n that
bill tho v fear
would wouldThese loalll loalllThese a
These and other
utterances of a elm
liar character
4 Inflamed tho thoTrlbune th patwrs papa that
received the Tribune and caUItd their
repetition with further llcl flery Comments
The Rochester Damoctat and Chronicle
I relnorked relnorkedTh remnaredThe
Th The Salt Lao
Worhl Tribune says II The
OOnltruQ II to mean and there
11111 018
bttn be
b by its
II that Its
the plnJlOle wag IU 10 rollea from
Operations or 1m law nil poi
I rlllnhi
I Who eholc
eonllnue their
f JntllI1ou P ° relallon Felati
It Was Wa Int
I dAn or f PrtiOlI nol onl only lS evi vI
I nn Inlentkln 10
violate the
pIN phige
Rlftn by tlab
I whme bfn
Irtd th the IJnlnn to she en > n
hut b a an IICt ot f
d f1lnce
f I to Amnerian rnerkl1n
public sentiment sentimentTime tnl1mtntTho
Time 5t 5
Louis lilrrur In Intlnr a loni lom nr
j tIck on the smbjt I1bJ < < t made Ihetf Iie le quo J
tallow tlnr <
from th the Mt Lake Tribune Tribunen TrIbuneThorll TribuneTticme
measure Thorll Wb a rurpoe rurpoePW behind hlnd Ihe
its face bCluae much 4eeptlr PW than thftntnere simons oil
i In n if the hi hihe are certain men
Mormon Church nSSS nSSSy
who h still
the he M bellet te J1 Ohzmt llt nurle
dn day fa 1 101galn y one > of these theseln
10 be
j Its Irstlne iristt IOvtlllle IOVClimiest rtRlortd s In Utah In a nil
t The tJenlal
pllUal strenuously male that
t marriages are being entered enteredI
end that tho 0trlB fit flfmy t 1lyga 1lygamr
upon t1obedlcnlll t1obedlcnlllot wbeJU wbeJUof
lzutmlcated In U
U I beIng beln
or we weCliurdin lheCburch theChurc11
of time th mw I W hna In violntloa
op oppofMiI VPl
ngreomtnt but to this is
aeerti0n5 trUns iloni M Mhow II IIIhO Athose
Sfiid pofMiI l SuCh urff unqUBlinrt a
lee leetur IeCtUrN
private e elurw
thai Pl
how IhO e of the th Trlbmio
ore orej orebeing
Polygamyore PolygamyorebeIng
of Polygamy
tUrN tur on the
woimen omen in B Salt SaltIel 5altInle i iUlte
beIng j lng dellveNd to young
Ulte Iel City CII etc etflThe et etTho etcTime
The Tribune IIBS the lie effrontery to tocopy toC t tcOpy
copy C IlY thrte f tl tIsahoode l ohood uttewd by b IHef IHeffrom luelCtIfJIO Ie1ffromn
from th the P papers l r8 that l live v adopted afloptidth alopledIhem adoptedthem
th them m and thus stands eeitC0nItIn slfconUt elteolllIedIn i iIn
un untruths untruth untruths ¬
and similar
In oppwtllon oPP lltlon to these
truths which It hu ha Mut iit forth to Ci tn tnworld the IheWOIhl theWOtll1
filend filendhip tllendahlP flndship
world out of that wonderful
tow towaIlI iil the Nor MorinonB Normacne or or1I1Onll
hip It ho lUll nrofcwKd
inonB w we clip the following from ffomown ItB ItBown it itown
own tfliorlnl columns of but a few fewmonth tewInonlhl 15Wmonth
month fl flPolygamy OtI1 OtI1laly81l1ny <
Polygamy h hfllltfn Orne bwn abolished In Utah Utahby Utahby Utahby
by Hid Constitution and nd by lh l > eXPreSS exprellImmntld eXPreSSommetrid
fummatid of the Pre lrwldflnl Il nt of ollhe the ll Not 1lormOil Notmon r rmon
mon Church ChurchPlural ChurchPlural ChurchIlureI
Plural marriages have IO o for W Wknowo IIJIknowlI flikrmowu
knowo nlwolutely bAnJulel cennod ceR It IH IHhlo I 1wiemi 1wiemihie
hIe that some o1l1 flume out among the poor poorMormon poorMotrnon poorMcinnrme
Mormon who wore long ugo migovI1m Involjeo Involjeowith Involved Involvedwllh
with mtrnl wives Hnd who vlu have ma bulone butItt maone
one Itt house tire still living in HnW HnWIf
If they are we do not cur the object objectall objectall
to secure sucn a aelmnsei achnn flchnnge
all the limit was IS
elmnsei chnn that polysamom plIYI lOmJ mftrrliiges mftrrliigesshould mnrrl mnimirlatteshould les leshouJcl
should cease Cln and with It the I be teaching teachingof teaching lenchlMot
and andthere tlndIJlert andthere
of polygnniy nn a 1 divine < ordlnnnre
to tobrim t tbrllll tohrIii
IIn disposition
there > was never any
suffering upon tn tnp the thlfHlopltl thepeople
brim unne uunfWu ummneceaeary owary ary
p people opl The business It I working all flHrlghtSalt allrlghtBalt lI lIrlhlSilit
rlghtSalt lAke Tribune > ov O 1 IG 1W1
Now No contrast that with Hw present lrewlltassertion presentaseertloim IrclentuIrllon
assertion of the Tribune that The Thetrouble Thelroub ThetIOUlie
trouble lroub camo when Mormons orrnon under one oneor oneor
or another disguise began to take more morelv6B morewIves morewIvee
wIves and that this was 11ft just after after1SOS uttertriOS after1s
triOS From rom 18J4 1 4 to t 1833 It says There Therewore Therwore Therosyore
wore no tffoCts to bring evil on the theMormon theI theMormon
Mormon I rtnon pwple Then there have been beensuch beensuch beensuch
such efforts since Iln have there And Andthat Andthnt Andthat
that they have been without cause Is Isproved 18I1roed isiiroved
proved by b the Trlbuhoa admissions admissionsam a l1l alons alonsnnlll1onls
am nnlll1onls and arowals of November 16 1900 1SOOThat 1900Thnt 1900That
That those efforts have been renewed renewedrecently ren renewedrecently wed i irlC
recently rlC lIty the falsehoods s published by bythat byIhal bytimet
that friend trlerulof of the th Mormon orJnon people peoplesufficiently peopleul peoplesulflciently
sufficiently ul clenUy give proof Our contem contemliorarles contcmIorarles contemiiorartee
liorarles In Provo and In Ogden have havecxpoicd hlloeXlloe haveexposed
exposed eXlloe that source of misinformation misinformationvery
very clearly and nn the press of the theUnllnd thoUnlll1 theUnited
United Suites jvouM do well to take takenotice tllkenoller takenotice
notice that It Is unsafe to take the thacontradictory thentlHlIclory thecoimtnnlictnry
contradictory vicious and malevolent malevolentntcrlas JnalcoltntnlOrlllll malevolentntcrieX
ntcrlas told by the Bait Lake Tribune Tribunen
n fig a guide for opinions or explanations explanationson
on anything relating to Utah and the theMormons theorI1ons theMormons
Mormons MormonsA orI1ons
Since King I < lnG Edward < 1 Issued tho orJer orJerthat orJerthllt orderthat
that deputations that seek audience audiencemust audlencul1ust audiencemust
must appear In court dress people have havecommenced haocornmcnce41 havecommenced
commenced to wonder whether he Is Isabout Isnbout isabout
about to revive some ancient customs customswhich customswhich customswhich
which have never been formally de declared dccltuell deciaretl ¬
clared obsolete oh ol te though the neglect of ofthelr oCtllllir ofthlir
thelr observance has rendered them themvery themtry themvery
very try nearly so Ono of theme curious curiousceremonies curloulceternolliel curiousceremotiies
ceremonies that can be revived Is the theappearance Ihonfillearonce theappearance
appearance at the coronation of the thekings thoklngs thekinga
kings champion who IB to challenge challengeanybody chnllongeI1I1bo challengeanybody
anybody I1I1bo y who Is disposed to dispute disputethe
the right of the king to the throne throneThis timmeThis throneThis
This power was bestowed bc lolI 11 upon tho thohouto thohouro thehiouo
houto of Mnrmlon by William the thoConqueror thlConqueror theConqueror
Conqueror and It Is held nt the pres present presnt presnat ¬
nat time by b > MrFrank Seaman Dymokc DymokcThe DmokeTho
The picturesque ceremony which was wasperformed wasp as asprtonned
performed p rtonned at the coronation of George GeorgeIV
IV 1 Is l thus described
The champion In full suit of bright brightarmor brhhtarmor brightarmor
armor on a richly caparisoned cnlarJ onod horse horserode horaerdo horserolo
rode Into Westminster hall accom accompanied nccom11IInlCll accornPttflieil ¬
panied by the Ihoeorl earl marshal the lord lordhigh lor lorhiGh lordhigh
high constable heralds and esquires esquiresAfter ellqultGsttel esquiresAfter
After ttel the trumpets had sounded thrice thrlcoa
a passage was cleared and nlll the herald heraldlead hernhlIead heraldread
lead this challenge Oycrl Ijcz < yez Oyezt OyeztIf
If any an person of what degree soever soeverhigh soecrhigh soeverhigh
high or low lo shall deny or gainsay galns our oursovereign ourMvCrelgn oursovereign
sovereign lord King George IV of the thoUnited IhoUnltlll theUnited
United KlngdQin of Great Britain and nndIreland IIndIreland andIrsianti
Ireland Defender of the Faith to bo botight borllht berIght
tight heir to the imperial crown of the theCnllid tiletnltM theUiiItt1
Cnllid Klnglom or shall say that ho hoought hoought hoought
ought not to enjoy the same hero then thenIs thouIs
Is his champion who salth that the thesaid thosaltl timecatch
said person lrsoll lleth and Is a fali < traitor
being ready rend In person p rlon to t > combat com1J t with withMm withhllll sitlmlmhii
Mm and In this quarrel to adventure adventureHfi
Hfi > OKnlnnt lt him on what I day lla > soever soeverhall Roererfhalt weerrhail
hall bo appointed llm champion championttifn
ttifn threw tlmre down his gauntlet which whichaa hlch
aa t turned ltlrn lI to him by h the knight knightmartlml Icnlghlmanlftl knightmnarghmeti
martlml after It had lain untouched untouchedsV untouche1sevepel
sV sevepel lv rtil 1 minutes The ceremony was wasrepeated WIISrlcnteil wasrcpeute4
repeated In the middle of the hall and andnRiiln 111111nl1llln antiagain
again at Up Ih foot of the throne Then Thenthe Thenthe Thenthe
the kln sent a cup of wine by b a pago pagot
t tll the chnmplcn hrllnl1l n who hmo lifted his visor visordrunk Isordrunk lsordrank
drunk tho wine nnd then departed departedMINISTHIW lleparledlIISISllmH departedllNlsTbns
It Is claImed that moro than three thrcohundred threohundr11 threehundred
hundred clergymen have npplled to the thePresident thehlllent thelrssldcnt
President for cit appointments na army armychaplains Hrmychllvlnlll nrniyelmaphalime
chaplains nnd naturally there Is Ispeculation some IWlt9Ilcculnllon somesPocuintlon
peculation ton to the reason for forpartiality or thll thllI1uUallty thmimpartishity
partiality to army service In tile the cleri clerical den dencmii
cal 01 profession proC lon Is there a superfluity superfluityof sUIJernullror
or clergymen Or Is the J2COQ salary snlnrythat Bulnrythat salarythat
that pots with a chaplaincy no great greatmi Jr lIt
mi Attraction to the average aornge minister ministerUr
Ur Is the position po lIInn of a soldier consid considered onRldIred onsldred ¬
red M 0 perilous spiritually that there therel
l Ie a veritable race among mmmomm the preach preachers ¬
ers r8 to be first to save thorn No mat matter mntler matten ¬
ten what I the explanation may Inn be tho thofiirt thofllrl theImet
fiirt remains that there are numerous numerousprcnehors numerousprfnehlrl numerouspreachers
preachers anxious to leave their 1111 pulpits 1111llls 1111lilt ¬
pits and locks for more remunerative remunerativePorltlonB rernunernllvelolIonll11 remunerativeliocitioneut
PorltlonB a sad commentary by 11 the thewiy thew thewmy
wiy w to the woll known Scripture Scrlpt rc pass passage IJa88lICe vnsage ¬
age 0 Uehohl hold we have forsaken all alland n1Ian1 nilant
and followed thee what whntshnll shnll we have havetherefore hllwtherofore havetherefore
therefore thereforeThere theroforeThere thereforeThere
There are not too many ministers In Inth Inlhe Inthe
th the country oounl surely At the beginning beginningof
of this year there were only onl > 8261 8261theological 861IhlOloRlool 8dttheologIcal
theological students In the various In Institutes InstltutBS instltimtes ¬
stitutes of learning while the law lawdtudents InwlluJents lawstudents
students amounted to 11571 find the themedical theII1t1l1l1l timemnohleai
medical students to 2277S This would wouldIndicate woull1Indliatl wouldIndleete
Indicate n shortage rather than n su suprrflulty smienlluity
prrflulty 11 lult If the proportion of the nc nctunl nd ndtun adtual
tunl follow tolllol8 ors of these professions J1roCes lons Is Isabout IIIKbout 1mmabout
about the same samena as that of the students studentsIt
It In 1 > 1 pretty llret sure that time pulpit Is be becoming beomln beOh1l1fl ¬
coming omln less I IA attractive than It used sed to tobe tobe toImc
be And this Is a hopeful sign oll > n of the theage the81ft theage
age If the profession Is ever cleansed cleansedfrom clennsetlCrom cleansedirita
from irita those who have entered It for the thesalary IhoInr thesalary
salary Inr those who arc called by tho thoAlmighty thoImllhty thetlmighty
Almighty for the ministry will be able ableto
to do moro good than all those who act acton neton acton
on human authority alone One Elijah ElijahU
Is a much nobler force In a nation nationthan notionIhan nationtimait
than four hundred false prophets prophetsDr
Dr Parker speaking of the preacher preacherof
of the new century has this to say snyThe M MThe sayThe
The preacher of tho twentieth tel century teltur ceittury ¬
tury tur would not do tb badly for himself himselfor
or for his hi cause If he studied tho thopr thotlfflChlnlC timevrenrhing
pr tlfflChlnlC nrhlntt that vvns so striking slrlkl and ef effective erfl etfeette ¬
fective fl < lhe In the first century Those Thosowho Thoswho Thosewho
who boast and perhaps Justly of being belnADfIOItollc beingapostolic beingapostolic
apostolic In their spirit and methods methodsshould melhoeholild methodmishould
should return to the apostolic point i lnt of ofview ofIew ofview
view In the nUtter 1 of preaching ns nswell nilwell aswell
well ns n endeavor to Imlutfe It In the thematter thomnUer thematter
matter of polity How did men preach preachIn
In the first century of o the Christian Christiancm
cm Did they Ihe write sermons sermol1sandreod and read ucam
4 10
1l 1lIhtll1to
them Ihtll1to ttmtDImhRUid to IjjneuW 1 lutar or resentful coimrcgn coimrcgnUon
Uon > J14 SyVUlllr thIY IItudy tho classical u uOr II
Or rbJr ort nnd IE ltrjl1e pride themselves thCtns lvell on II pol pollhed 1101I 101and
lhed I coinposition on and eloquent < < cffu cffultk1 cifuml
ltk1 ml Ion 1101 s 1 llnl llnlthlng thlng of IIIcchtmlcnl > hhnlcnl and nnllealcU andcaiculaiedrcllmnjt miniL
4imue i
caiculaiedrcllmnjt ealcU L a e I Jrnnxl in reading rendlnlthc them Wow Newunr
Tta7h2 i JJl JJ11 aft Cftms to bo bofrom
from iwtollo method m lltOt1 tlmn nt ntul moth
< ul fUMsftro nft accounted ofunted JUme timely and andpopular IIIllI ttfltltlmc
popular unr r lnour own o v n Ufe e In n apoatollo apoatollotime
time I I me wy reI 0 great effects auddenly foi tol101lJ
lowed lost thojireachlnu t llreachln of the th thThere the1 Rospel O
Th7d There wIlrobobly ° iably not ot mllch comment o ll llo
° V Sn1 l 1 lcnut > of lho literature literatureof
of I the serinoni flS nor wore erc many mann compll compllor COIIIIIImentar c I Ireadma
mentar rmnr B pnHlt rC5p ctlng thfJ thfJmanner i
manner hOlher lcgnnl or Inelegant InelegantWe IlIele fnnl I
01 Ihe prt c1er1thnllclt We read that thnt
hen oteJ ceaeorinon orm l wua delivered the
hearer rnashcd fr shM with their teeth t eth upon Uti Utio
o f r II1 l hurled hurlell lllm 1m out outrend to tonnothor
nnothor nroUur occn oacaldon lon wa wathe WIk we1cf2PriCiUd
rend readma Ihat ri hl the theCulC hearers e listened
k 1cf2PriCiUd u I 1 in 1ritOI 1ritOIt their t f heats n to ana anawlth
wlth vengeance and andntra1tIJeeftccti
some m 1 M Ii l tl dl rco I co of penitence < > The Thef Thef
f ° Iteenlf lLn4VAVvay9 gJ I IUI b Imt t preach p aeh aehrlntr ¬
ing beenjffollovied by two distinctly distinctlyfwntrattlvleirccta netly l
fwntrattlvleirccta rlntr ntra1tIJeeftccti ft11 Yftehi rlttW tlnlf
First it i t hnelth h I Ie e 11 11I r
towtiw 1110 fCrillN rerlv e a with 1mm Rladnes 1 d vvl sill sillmmmii I h a
gre t ciwtlpu CI t of CI1J thnnkftilnoss h IIIt JtI and n nC con coni conncw n
I ncw C IUc e of lovu In > tho th
hearl or t i haa mmmii been resented res resent nle I I de I Ihwe I
nounced notmncelAnd 4nl1 Virulently y Imtud I Imtediae IlIlel e cown
own hwe lilli t ° 6Ltho 6t tht lii latter I Iown n t tor or effect In our ourlIIuch ourmuch
own age Th h 0 crmoii has loot
so soIJ10r
much c at flmm I 011 omlmiBl <
111I1 I
hhh hhhcIlOI
ihHi IhatiUl Is K
roior thafeilt Is II ha haavoidcl lorelY aroly tolerated by ono onouMhrd
cIlOI uMhrd I d nlmst mnst conscientiously conscientiouslypublic
111011 avoidcl glJrl < 4 public bYnno t l0r f ler even ° of ° tl10 Ih cliurch cliurchWere chuichWero cmtmrchWere
< < <
Were thg the f calling cIIIIIII of a minister ml n I II 1 1cod er tin
dentood < lmt cod ht tllt6f1lre this age there would be beno hono beno
no one studying 5Udying for It to obtain a asalaried nIIIrlll asaanltl
salaried position 1 81 lon but thcro would nev neverthelesi neverthelesl novertheless
erthelesi be lie f no lack In C k of 0 t messengers to tomankind 10mankind tomankin
mankind Z Then would ba ho no hunt
for beltetfpald better paimi clerical situations Blluatl 0111I for C 01 01ose
tho th those ose e engaged tn ed In the service would woulllook vould1okormmamd look
forward to I tothmat that reward only which hns
been proimscd prol tS11 to > every good OQij and nn faith faithul
ful ul servant of God GodHI8SAII8MB 0011IIISI1HWUJn ClodIllSStTlSiIElp
HI8SAII8MB IllSStTlSiIElp > iv I CANADA CANADASome 0 OitNtlSome I Iome N 1
Some ome tlrna tI ago agothorw there thcrowns was a I great deal dealof
of talk about the Russian Doukhoborstl Doukhoborstla Doukh ouora ouoran I tl
a tort or t of 0 ofQuakers t Quakers rQ l1kefS who Buffered much muchpersecution milchIeuecutlol mmmcli1ersecutk
persecution 1ersecutk on account of their peculiar
tenets COunt C unt Tolstoi took a a lively In Interest Inlerestln 1mmterest ¬
terest lerestln In their t eJr caio and mnlnly by his hisefforts hIlieforla hisefforts
efforts enough enou h money was ae collected to totnke 10take totake
take 60M5ot GOOO ot thorn them to toConnlla Canada where vvherohty whcrethey wherethey
they verojromlsed wero mertmprouiis OrnlsCd an asylum and nlll1b nlll1berty lib liberty liberty ¬
erty to w6Rhlp W hlp according to the die dictate diet3lell dietates ¬
tate IIf f conscience conscienceIt cQnscl n Ce CeIt
It now no Appears mpoa PPnrll that the Doukho Doukhoborstl DoukhoIIorat DoukhoborMi ¬
borstl community arc almost ns dissat dissatisfied IUssalblled dissatitIed ¬
isfied wlthjthc wlththe Canadian laws as they theywere theywere theyere
were ere vvlthvnusslan wlth nUS8lul regulations In n ndltpateh adispatrh
dltpateh to t tho New York Times It I Istated Istated L Latatd
stated thotjthey tbot they have Issued an appeal appeallo
to the niiUons IIU ns of tho world In which whichihey whichihey I
ihey ask jj for refuge from tho tyranny tyrannyof
of the Canadian government governmentThere lroVernmcntThera
There are n several troubles Ono Is Isthe IIthe isthe
the marriage laws It Is paid they theydo theydonot lo donot < lonot
not bolleveln any marriage ceremony ceremonyand ceremonyllll1
and lIm llll1 < l that nt they Ih y consider on ll1er It wrong to take tnkeout tlkeout takeout
out a I mirjfUgo licence What their Idea Idenof Idcnot Ideaof
of a proper ProlJtY vveddlnjf ceremony Is does doesnot doesnot II IInot
not nppca Clweatibut but they mire said to believe believeIn
In free lr 1 loVe They also nl o object to the thedivorce thedlvorco timedivorce
divorce laws by which persons who 10 10marrj 10lam menmarr
lam tvifiiout iout previous action of tho thocourt thocourt timecourt
court Is liable to heavy hclt V penalties penaltiesAnotherftroublo pelln1tleAnotherfroublo 1eiItitiesAnotlerroub1o
Anotherftroublo Is that the law In Ie 10quires Ielulre3 iequlnee
quires then to register births and anddeaths nnddcalh anddeAths
deaths They i y say this Is entirely un uancccssaryjT unnecesnIr unnecessaryiimee
ncccssaryjT lio l1 o tho Lord knows who Ij Ijcoming hcomln i iconming
coming Into mid limO th world wor and leaving it itwithout Itwithout ItwIthout
without having It recorded by human humanregistrars humanregl humannegIstrars
registrars registrarsTho regl trnrsJ trnrsJfho
Tho larlava 104iawlI land laws present a still more moreserious moraKorlous monoserious
serious difficulty Jlmc lt to tothe thcw people They Theyrefuse TheyrefuRe Theyrefuse
refuse to ra iXup l up land Individually be believing be1I0ving beIloving ¬
lieving tfial tli t private dvvnershlp Is a atrunsgrlfonof atransgnelstn 1trnnsgretsTon
trnnsgretsTon of divine laws They Theynsk Theyask rheynsk
nsk for thT th1prlvllegc privilege of owning land In Incommon Inl incommon
Canadian government governmenthas
common l fTho Thc
has offcrdfto ofCered to compromise on this point1Iy point pointby pointby
by suggesting sugges iig that t after tho land lan had hadbeen hodbeen hadbeen
could bo transferred to tothe tolhe totime
been paldlfor paldIPrlt It
the community COIllIl1U eommmt lt t > But this the Itusslans Itusslansrefuse ttuBslllnsretu Itussiansretuso
lder They TIme replied that thattheir thtlhelr thattheir
refuse retu e to r consider n
their consciences icnce0 do not permit them themto lieu lieuto
which they do donot donot tb tbnot
sitl form In
to go through thr a i
not believe They l hey hold that If a I mar marvcuriB niarmmcurn Ian Ianl
curl l a 1 homestead oml1l1l Qd In his own name namebe nnillthe namutclie
be is tho oTf owner owner ncr until It Is tmnsferrcd to tothe tothl totime
the brotheiKooJ btllh ffioo and a M Au private owner ownership ownerlhlp ovnenshill
right to com compromlM COinlrol11l C01flprmm1el
ship ts BlnTuI IJl ful he has no
promlM o oSthat o thnt point I > oln In the least leastIn lenstIn
In nusiltthese poor people were sub subjetied RubJtle subjeced
jetied lolfip1 10 ost wvoUlng persecutions persecutionson
on acounffthclr auntof their peculiarities They Theywere The Thewere TheyWere
Imprisoned starved tor tortund tortund tonturtd
were beaten benunmprlsoned hat
tund eillTd cl idrinl1 nnd outraged < l Yet they theydeclined the thedecline theydeclined
declined tofcornply mplY with the orders of ofthe orthe oftime
the civil officials ft1clnls and the priests Their Theiruadfaitncsi TheirsteaJfmmmu5S rhelrstllIJfasl
uadfaitncsi stllIJfasl eta 1 In sufferings ff1 gained for foVthem forthlm fortlmemim
them th mlratlon of such uch men ns nsPrime na1rlnle mm mmPnirte
Prime KhTiSoy lihlllio Dr Volkeunteln Count CountTol CountlulMlul CounttoitI
Tol lulMlul iol unfmany u i riR others ns n well ns the thethe thothe thesy
the Irotustant world worldTh worldTlltlr worldTlmr
sy mi
Th Tlltlr ir ohjStlon ohi ijcctlOul n now to the laws of ofCvnada DClIIda ofamttlm
Cvnada amttlm ntuTtbc nrut mm be a great disappoint disappointment dlsal1 olnt ¬ I ImCllt
tEefnirlends and ant unless some somespecial 80mIIIpe somespecIal
ment to
aro made mnaL fop their theirin Ihelrhenefil heirheimt
special IIpe lal i 11 Vstcmms vj lon 01l8
Dominion will willnot willnot tlllnot
henefil 1r lot in the
b ttcr than It was In Ilus Ilus8la nussla ItusSla
not be anjbettcr on1 Ihil
8laThe The Cnnwlans however have got the theRussian thenUll81nn theItussian
Russian refugees r7f gces and mu must t make the thebest thebest thebeat
best they the Tan CS1m ni of the situation It will willbe willbe willbc
be dlincult dttl1ruii n1 tbo means needed for fortheir Corthlr forheir
their trauipoftftllon to 80I somo ° other pnrt pnrtof pnrtot partof
of the worUJiM081 wo wridl Moat of their objections objectionsto
to CnnadlSrHOws are founded on Ignor Ignorance Ignoranc ignoronce ¬
once It woulil mld < 1 bo well to make allow allowame nl1olnlwe allowante
ante f tQr r ttfji t nnJ n1 not f enCorcelhe enforce rcc the laws lawsagainst Inw8ngalnsl lawsagainst
against th1nttoo thenl too strlnBnlly In an another Qnolher another ¬
other EenlrTtton their objections ol > to toprivate toprtvRlt toprivat
private ownership rii rshlp of f land and to tSfl tSflreRlstratloSpf t teregistratic9f e eregl
reRlstratloSpf regl ratl t births blrthlllnd and deaths would wouldnaturally wouldnaturally Vouldnalurnlly
naturally fa Inl1 mill Education Is the rome remedy romedy ¬
dy 11 aKalnsftnclr mental maladies Tho ThoDominion ThoDomlnln TheDomini
Dominion ci government ernnent that opened the thecountry thecounln thecountry
country icjuHeni l el1 with tho understand understanding
lag In that they the lie were Q to nnd a 1 refuge refutrethere reCu1lhen refugethere
there irirSt afford to prosecute them themfor themrur themfor
for pocuiiarKltwB PIt cllli 1011ews lews they tho must have been beenknovm beenknown beenknown
known toiKoM t < ii ill n ut the time of their 1m 1mmlgratlonm 1mmhrnllon haunlgratormMeTm
mlgratlonm unlgratormMeTm i Icn nni1 L1 women with a acon aconacienUOlallclro acummsviemmttouMtiesIno
con conacienUOlallclro clenttousdc lic to servo tho Al Almighty Umnlglmty 1 1mlnht ¬
mighty acjoj11 n lIng to the best light they theyhave theyhn theyhave
have hn confifvor cmmVCr l1l er become bCl otne a menace to tothe tothe tothe
the stateft IItate stateovcfl en tn It they In same respects respectsare
are In inTotlayaOW thajjafe thajjafeTodaysfsnow tl1D k kTOllitfSO
Todaysfsnow TOllitfSO storm was na somewhat somewhatlate
late but better late than never neverChina neverChIna neverChina
China will find It as hard to get the theallies lheallies theallies
allies out IB 55 It Is I to rid a big house of ofAmerlronjpplnlon oteoc ofcockroacim
eoc cockroacim cockroacimAmerliaPin1011 roach1 roach1Amerlc
Amerlronjpplnlon Amerlc AmerliaPin1011 n vlnlon of Mr Ir Carnegie Is Isexpresscdfm IIxpresJed IsexlrtsseIjm
expresscdfm xpresJed tn the laconic if somewhat somewhatundlgnlflepliruic somewhatnlgnille somewhattmadignitioTilhr115e
undlgnlflepliruic nlgnille pl ruse Andys a dandy al1amlyMrs dandyMrs dandyMrs
Mrs Potter p0cr Palmer Is chaperoning chaperoningher
her son laTh Ihlll first political campaign campaignWhether campngnWhelher campaignVbether
Whether ho o will land him In the thenldermanlefofllce Ihenldennonl21offlce thealdermaniofllCe
nldermanlefofllce aldermaniofllCe to which he aspires aspiresremains aspiresremains splresremaIns
remains tojbo tAme seen seenIn leenIn Seen1mm
In the matter ji nmttcr ttcr of negotiating secret secrettreaties secrettrf secrettreaties
treaties trf tlrJW1I ghlna Chrma seems ems to have over overreached oerruched overreached
reached herself In the language of thk thkP Ih
horsemen lorse ncn overreaching o almost nl nlw nlIIYII nlWiyn
Wiyn w IIYII ya rcaultB rcsultl1ln In Interference InterferenceThe Int 1nterfe rC l nce nce1ho necThe
The town of Newcastle Pa la may inn > re reject reject nojeet ¬
ject Mr Corncgloa offer of n library librarytecaufle IIbrnrybecCluae librarybecause
because of time protest of the local localtrades localtrudelJ localtrades
trades union Such people p o oWo > le an n these theseprotestuntu thesprolelllunill timeseprotestants
protestuntu arft at the very ones to be ben bencflted bl1eOtCd benefited
cflted by n library libraryA IIbrnrA
A 4 young mnn In this city has Just Justbeen Justheen jtmstbeen
been ordered confined for thIn thirty thInty ¬
ty days In the common Jail for forhitting forhitting
hitting tho pipe Had ho hit hitlild hithili lilt1mm
lild 1mm fellow nnn ho would have been boeitfined boellnnell beenfined
fined but five dollars The moral Is laobvious Isobvious Isobvious
obvious obviousParroBUts obviousFarraguts I IFarroguta
ParroBUts flagship the Hartford Is Isback Isbacle isback
back In Brooklyn JJrolkl > n navy Mvyyurd yard after an anabsence nntlbseneo atmribsence
absence of twentysix years enrll That Thatship Th Thtsimip t tshIp
ship Is almost a nit much endeared to the theAmerican thllAlnorfcon theAmerican
American peojilo as Old ol Ironside IronsideWhen IronsideWhen IronsidesWhen
When n generation shall have passed passedaway pllase1nwn passeilasvay
away nwn no doubt the Olympla will be beJoined boJoIned bejoined
Joined to them A ilId J what n grand trio triothey trlfthcy triothey
they will make rnllktl rnllktlIt makeIt l lIt
It Is ninuslnB how many matI people do doilrc 10Iro 1asire
sire to haVe legitimate le news Items sup suppruned supprcllftcillt supmrcssel
pruned It the Items In tho remotest de degree clegrec e egrc ¬
gree relate to 0 anything connected with withtheir withtheir withtheir
their affairs When other people or orrlvil orrIval orrival
rIval concern are Involved these same samepeople sUlliepcojlc saimmepeople
people are nmonR the Itrt flr firmmt t to Insist up upon uIIQn upon
on the searchlight erorchl ht of truth tr th being belntrturned beingturned beingturned
turned on onWith allWith onVIth
With liIUStrlnK March fch bled afield afieldtho alleldtM afieldtime
time sunbeams breaking 1 > wild WilliAlld wildAumtl lld lldAnd
And loud she called and long she shesought shesought shesought
sought for Uloomlunds favrlte favrltechild tnrltechild tavritechild
child childSays child8ns childSays
Says a Boston poet po < > t Out ttt here In the thewild thewlll timetili1
wild and wOoly West where there are areno nrono oreno
no poets to sing March la mill afield afieldand aOehlnnd afieldand
and blustering In the good g od old tradition traditional
nl style March IB too rough and un uncertain uncerlaln Uncertain ¬
certain a month to get poetlo over overDots OorrIots orOrPlots
Dots against tho life of the Czar np appear nppenr nppear ¬
pear to he rife While an anautocrnt autocrat It Ithas Ithns itimas
has been his endeavor to be b n humane humaneand humaneand
and Christian ruler and ollllt aumt U was he who whoconceived whoconceIved v1ieconceived
conceived And nnllearrlcll carried out the Idea of ofThe otrhe ofThe
The Hague 1cndc lcn i conference That It Itfailed Ittallel1 Ittailed
failed In bringing about C1outnny any dlsarma dlsarmamcnt dllurmament disarmnnmoat
moat was not his hi fault He Is I today todayone tollyonc todayone
one of the abet mo advanced rulers of the theworld thoworld thevonlml
world and his Isl nssuslnatlon would be u ucrlmo 11crlmo acrime
crlmo and A ci retrogression May the theplots theplots theplots
plots not succeed succeedHon BucceetllJlon succeedilion
Hon George VIIlard of Battle Creek CreekMich CrcekMIch CreekMich
Mich whose death clcalhjs js Just announced announcedwas
was n member of Congress when lion HonOoorgo lionGeorgo lionGeorge
George Q Cannon was the delegate delegatefrom Ilclcgntofrom delegatefrom
from Utah Territory In inthose those days of ofstrlfo ofstrlto ofstrife
strife and on turmoil turmQlJio ho was wnll a constant constantfriend conslnnttrlend constantfriend
friend of time Ihopeaple people of Utah Ho was wasa
a most charming and nnddelightful delightful gentle gentleman gentlemnn gentleman
man personally a nmln mon qf q broad views viewsand vlowaalll viewsand
and wide culture Perhaps he may be bebest hehest bebest
best described by brlln saying lng that t In his life lifeand litonnll lIfeand
and character ho exemplified to the full fullthe Cullthe fulltime
the expression swoptnww and ai1i1l1ghtHc ai1i1l1ghtHcWOI llghtHo llghtHoWas
Was n citizen of whOM memory Battle DattleCr BattleCreche ButtleCreek
Creek Cr cJ and Michigan may ml1 well bo proud proudJleprcgentaltve proudHepreBentnlhe proudItcprcsentatlve
Jleprcgentaltve Cooper chairman of ofthe otIhe oftime
the House committee on relations with withCuba withCuba withCuba
Cuba has Just pad a visit to the Isl Island 181nn 1stand ¬
and nn and speaks of otwhat what he found there thereFirst thereFirst thereFIrst
First he found that ail the Spaniards Spaniardsfavor
favor Ca or annexation and that all nl the Cu Cubans Cubnns Cubans ¬
bans want Independence at least they theydesire theyIleslro theydesire
desire to show the world their capacity capacityfor
for selfgovernment before considering consideringannexation consIderIngarJflUotlon consideringanipexatlon
annexation certainly cer nlnW a mOlt laudable laudabledesire InudableIl laudabledesire
desire Il slre Ho nl nice o finds IIn < l15 that the Cubans Cubansresent Cubllnsre Cubansresent
resent re > nl the vituperation nnd abuse that thathave thnthnve thatintro
have been heaped heapellllPon upon them by a por portion portion portion ¬
tion of the American merlcal press It has hasalienated hllhnllonntel hamalienated
alienated them from Us and turned turnedgratitude turnellgrnlltudo turnedgratitude
gratitude Into hatred Their charmed charmedposition chnhgedposItion chahgemlposition
position Is In largo part justified Be Before BeCoro liefore ¬
fore the Bpanlsh war worlhe the presn re could couldnot couldIlOt couldimot
not praise the Cubans sufficiently They Theywere Theywere Theywere
were lauded as arc re the revolutionary revolutionaryfathers reolutlonnrCalherl1 revolutionaryfathers
fathers In Iouth I of July Jul orations The Tholaudation Thelaudation fheInudutlonwns
laudation Inudutlonwns was father nauseating at attimes nttlmo attimes
times but the denunciation and vitu vituperation vitOPeration It Itperotlon ¬
peration ore positively wicked Mr MrCooper MrCooper Ir IrCooper
Cooper has taken n broad and Just view viewof lowot
of the situation one o e that should be begenerally bogenorll1r begenerally
generally accepted Name nme calling callingamong callingnmong callIngamong
among nations Is as bad as among In Individuals Indlldunls individuals ¬
dividuals dividualsTUB
Till TIHJUIUi IS i CHINA CHINAKansas OIISJnnlts Ciu1NtKansas
Kansas City Star StarTho StarTho ttir ttirrime
Tho Incident of British rllt h anil 11l Ilusslan Ilusslantroops nusslontroops Buesiammtroops
troops menacing one onoullolher another over tho thopossession thoIt08Hossion thetosoesaion
possession of a piece I > I co ofland t In nil at Tien TienTsln TlenTllin TIenTairm
Tsln Illustrates 1I1l1 trateB the tremendous respon responsibility rellpon11I1IIIty responsibilit ¬
sibility sibilit which often oti n devolves upon mill military milltary ¬ I Itnry
tary and nd naval nnvlIlljj commanders nln lit1 rn If an ex exritwl cxcitittl I Iriled
riled olllccr Oll1ccr7v otllccrperjiapn periupaqf rJlul qt subordinate subordinaterankhad 1uhordlnatttankhut subordinaterankhad
rankhad advanfcdnlq nthnvUkndn liv nrl1 lllJndn ridn or or ordered orlIerlll orilered ¬
dered them to 0 fire nr a m conflict t might mighthave mighthle mighthave
have been precipitated nt Tlcn nez Tsln Tslnwhich Tslnwhich Tam Tamvitich
which would have made It necessary necessaryfor ll tessllryfor
for one great grC t Iower to call all upon up n the thoother theother theother
other for an b nwlo aPOlOgY y Stocks and andbonds nndhonll andImontla
bonds and prices would have gone goneInto gonfInto goneinto
Into wild fluctuations In the great greatcities grentclUes greatcities
cities of Europe Euro 1e and America AmericaSan merlcnSnn mericaSan
San Francisco Call CallTears CoII1enrs CallYears
Tears ago when Disraeli I > halted the theItusslan theItussll1 timeItusalap
Itusslan advance on Constantinople Constantinoplennd
anti there was as prospect irospec of Immediate Immediatewar
war 01 Bismarck said the theconteat contest would wouldnot wouldlIot wouldnot
not amount to much for It would be bellkn hIIIko behiko
llkn a fight between art elephant and anda
a whntc llursla could not get at Brit Britain IIrllnln Unitala ¬
ain nor n r could Britain get at Russia Russiannd Jtu Russiatmimd llijln
nnd In comparison with the gigantic giganticwars gljnnllcwurA
wars of the nineteenth century centur be between between between ¬
tween other nations the whale Iialc fight fightwith lightwllh fightwith
with the elephant would hardly bo bomore bomori beflmore
more than a circus circusLos circulIos circusLos
Los Angeles Xli Express ExpressWhen ExpressSimen xpresl xpreslWhen
When tho pastime p 8thno of Mulling Is rag rngImr ragIngo raglag
lag so 10 furiously It II Is 1 unsafe Inlate to Indulge IndulgeIn
In prophecy propllccbut but It I might bo 1 > 0 remarked remarkedthat rmarked rmarkedthllt
that Itussla Iuuln needs lellH Manchuria In her herbusiness herbUAlneRs hmerbusiness
business and nOln needs ds U I badly bnllY She has hasfigured ha haIgurd hasfigured
figured Igurd upon upn getting lelUnJ It for years tar It I In Inpossible I IItoulbletbat islosslble
possible Itoulbletbat that she has 11 observed ob enell that thatKngland thatl listNaglani
Kngland l now lD has hai ha no army arm for Chlnii Chlniipurposes Chimiemlunioes < hln hlnuntoses
purposes Germany Is n I doubtful Iloubtnl an antagonist antaonlRt antagoniat ¬
tagonist nnd might mllhl riot 10t be ready ren to at attack ntlnck attack
tack with the pr08 prospect t ofFranco ofFrancoready of Franre FranrerId rranre rranreready
ready rId to springon 1prllg on her back It It Itbarely 11 ishanoI
barely possible Ilsll1lo that John Hay In may mayagain mt mayagain
again fAln como to the thp rescue reID with another anothersample nnothersample anothersample
sample of his hil American diplomacy to tostraighten tostrnlghten tostraighten
straighten out Olt this new no Chinese tan tangle tangle tangle ¬
Baltimore 01lmoro Sun SunThe SunThe SunThe
The sorry plight In which English Englishmen Engl h hmen ¬
men find 11 themselves Is admirably ndmlrbl > de deScribed l1eferlbel1 tIeReribed
Scribed by b the London News rWS a fear fearless tearleu fearless ¬
less liberal Ibrnl newspaper neWIlnper which stinging stngIng
ly hrcmark I remarks There Is no fear of Ix loN loNInlllLut Lord LordSalisbury > fJ fJHollsbury
Salisbury InlllLut going Iolng to ur wtr with wih Jlussla Jlusslafor Jusla Juslafor
for n good 1101 cause cal o or n bad one on Uus Uussla nUlIln tussin
sin Iln Is I a great Irent empire mplr and ond Is II therefore thereforea
a fit object for graceful Irlcrul concessions concessionsShe conClMlonl
She Is I not n n small mal republic fl ubllc to b b be pro provoked prookC1 provokNI ¬
voked okC1 anti bullied Lulel In the interest Intenstof
of humanity however It Is to bq b hoped hopedthat hopedthat iiotcdtimat
that Russia uslt nnd Great Grat Britain nrlnln will wi bo boalile 0 beable
able tblo to settle scUll their differences dllcrenl by b the theprocesses theprotuos theprocesses
processes protuos of diplomacy dJlomny The world has hassurely hnasureh hassurely
surely Imposed Imfore as al much bloodgullti bloodgulltin bJoglli bJogllines
n aces sa on Us 11 conscience conscence In the past few fewyears Cowrear fewyears
years rear of peace as It I can cln atone for with decades decadesof d ole
Sacramento Boo BooIn DooIn llooIn
In vlavr cfthYhostile OftshostUeattltudo iithoiWe attitude tlulo as S ¬
slmed simmed by England rind Husslu Hussll 10WHII 10WHIItnch toward towardrach towimrltflch
rach other at lien 11 Tam Tlln and the possi foS81 foS81Jlty ¬
bility Jlty that tlt the tht oltuatlon llurton undeniably undeniablyBravo unllelluhly unllelluhlyIray
Bravo Iray my at It any moment eventuate eventuateIn
In war wlr between tho great powers powersIn
In vlow vIo Io of this nltuatlonmuch Iltuntlonmlch ircnt has been beenWritten beenWriten beenWritten
Written Writen durlnK the past palt two tlO weeks n nto ni miS miSto
to the probability IlrobnLllt of an advance on onIndia 01 aimhintIa
India IndIa by itussln The subject Is an anInteresting 11 021Interesting
Interesting Intcrlslnt oni OW > none 110n the lees lels so that thatIt
It Offers OferA ft I wldo 0 and Intl Inviting Inllng field 1011 for forconjccturol Corconjecturo1 forcommjecturoi
conjccturol But Jut while whlo nn advance 111nnco by byItumla I IHURl byRussIa
RussIa HURl In against India Is well within time tlmnren lhAarel timeareu
nren arel of possibilities POI8Ihllll It ocems to Time Thulice Thoeo Timelice
lice eo that the theater of war would Ioul1 more moreIlltoly murew morelikely
likely w be In northern northor China where whentHussla wherllHURSlo wherel0uaia
Hussla tage tngl age would be decidedly ecldCI at nn ni advan advantage 1 ndvanage < ln lntngl ¬
Boston Herald HeraldThe Herl heraldTime
The military miitary policy Ilolc pursued purRuel In China Chinahas Chinahas
has 111 for months pust IIs1 been under ulier the di direction 11 direetlorm ¬
rection doubt doubtwisely doubtwIsely
of Germany Ocmnn and ntt no doub
wisely Wlsd so 10 Certainly the proposed lrOpOeII mili military mimiiltory ¬
tory expedition Illcdllon of lt Count COlnt von Wnldor Wnldorsee nlllor nlllorlee
see lee against which protests Irtelt were ere made madeat nnithat
at Paris PlrlB London nnd WURtlln WashIngtonturned Washington Washingtonturned ton tonturncil
turned out successfully SUCCutully ai a stroke of ofdiplomacy ofiplomny ofdiplomacy
diplomacy iplomny for It I brought to n 1 quick quickend Iluickend ulck ulckcnll
end tho evasions and 1IIIIIolay delays of tho Chi Chintfti ChineM CliiHome
Home government lrmeli In time settlement settlementof temeut temeutoC
of peace pClce while hlll Germany Qlrmuny has made mnlo con concosslona concsHlonr concosslone
cosslona csHlonr from trm her original plan 11111 In or ordor orIh ON ONtiem
dor Ih to carry the allied nlied Kovernmcntiinlonff governnmeumtsalong Kovernmcntii olrnmentnlong
along with her 111 we arc ao Inclined to be bellcvt he10b behere
here 10b that If I It I had not boonjor blon Jor her German herloan et etmnn ¬
man Insistency and resolution resoluton time set settlement Bettelent settlemneumt ¬
tlement telent of the Chinese troubles would wouldnot wou wounot wouldlint
not Imvo bean as 18 near their end el1IUII0 el1IUII0In as now nowIn ImOWin
In spite Jplte of a good Jood many mln uncertainties uncertaintiesseems uncertaintes uncertaintesseelnll
seems probable probableRECENT IrohnbJe IrohnbJeRECENT ProbableflECENT
A notable 10lnhlo article artce In Modern Mol1er Culture Culturefor Culurl
for Co or April Apri Is II The Friendship FIlcntKhlp of Cur Curlylo GurIylo Curlyle
lyle and EmersorJ II1ISOr by byJhn Johnson on BrIg Hrlgham Irlg Irlghal BrIgham
ham hal librarian Ihrurlnn of the thf town State li libra I Iibray ¬
bra bray y Native Nltlve Life In tho Philippines PhilippinesIs lhllpplneg lhllpplnegII
Is II the concluding paper of o Mrs 1 Sara SaraUenton Sor SamitDenton
Denton Wilsons Wisons series The Th article on onAmerican onAnerlcnn omiAmerican
American Anerlcnn Landscape LIndscap9 Painters by N NHudson NHudlon Nhludsoim
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and 11 Time Lily in English nclh Poetry Poet f by
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Orlando J Stevenson will wi delight 101lht lovers loversof lovcrot
of nature luro Horiwless IorIIM8 Carriages Carlagos In the theOtlent theOrient theOrient
Orient by William Wllnm Gilbert Ol rt Irwln deals dealswith Ilenlswih ilealswith
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nor nr Is a graphic And l Intelligent Intetlent ac account n nocount ¬
count clunt of o Irrigation In the West Ober Oberlln OberIn Oberun
lln In College Colege by l3 Wm WmMeIeod McLeod Itatne Is Isa Isn isit
a tribute by ono of time promising 110111181nl lit literary l literary ¬
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papers of Interest IntTest The he departments departmentsare deplrtments deplrtmentsure
are fujI of o Interest Inter l unit ntl the thm notion ncten of ofthe atthe oftime
the present number Is nf e unusual unusualstrengthCaxton unusualHtrengthCnxton unusualatnengthuCaxton
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Weekly has an al excellent portrait of tho
late Benjamin IenJnmll Harrison porrlt It Is s accotn accotnprinted UCCOI accornimanled
printed inted by b a well WII written n sketch of his hiscareer hiscareer tilecareer
career The Building of f tho Lawson 10 wson
Cup Defender nultdll Is given a t page paJo of Illus Illustrations 10B 10Btrntonl iilnstratlons ¬
trations trntonl and another page Is devoted to
The Oil 01 Fields Fleldf of California Tho
Cuban Cubln Situation Situaton 1 I Is the the subject of otopcr a apaper apaper
paper by John Kendrlck Jendrl Bangs The Thenumber Thenumber Timemmunmber
number linn ha its Is usual uSlnl amount II0unt of full fullpage tul fullsage
page and doublepage Illustrations
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be found Countln n complete comlletonovel novel Mysterious
Miss l s Dacres Daces by Mrs rs Bchuylcr Bchllcr
Crownlnshleld Crownlnshlell It I I b a detective lletectve story ton tonCyrus
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fourth urlh In the series serlesllIke token up lp tho Hub mibJect HubJect subject
Ject of hazing at Annapolis Arnnlolls Tho En Enterprise Entorpnine n nterprl1 ¬
terprise terprl1 of Flora by Francis Grlbble GrlbbleIs
11 Is a little ItOo romance which whlhoptns opens In Il a adancing adancng adancing
dancing dancng academy Adnchl Adtchl Klnnosuke Klnnosukethe
the AmericanJapanese who writes of
hl his native country contributes c ntrlbUlel A ACherryBud t tCherryBud
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ls an Idyllic pathetic story 8tOI of n young ung ungallnnese
Japanese girl named nnlld 10 0 Tome Toro and nnlnn an
lmerICI America artist who ho together tdlf her fanned fanneduwny tQhnellI Iptmnemiaway
away I two summers lumtn rs and wore ere too much much1cm
In lovo to think of marriage The TluLast TIl TheLast >
Last Sonata Bon tn by Clinton Clnton Dantrerfleld DantrerfleldIs DonlNrlell
Is a I story Itory of goldmining ollmlnin In the West WestBees Westees Westflees
Bees ees In Royal Bdnheis n llhllM by > Felix P lx L LOswald I LOsivaid
Oswald 081011 M D Is II an anecdote unrclIlto article nrtce on onthe onIhl ontime
the Ihl Htibjpct lubjlr of royal roya peculiarities cullurltlIS and andOur andOur andOur
Our Village Viage Improvement ImlrOerfml Society ocJy by
Ubcn Jbel E Rexford gives 111 suggestions luJgestlons for forbettering forbettering forbettering
bettering by b united effort erlt the appear appearhnce appearhnce appearhnee
hnce of outdoor surroundings surrounllngs Chas ChasG
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