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I Th Stvcntyflrst Annual Conferencu Conferencut I Ir
r of tin Church of Jesus Jc us Christ of Lat Latlerday lAtt
t t lerday terl1hr Salhtu will 11 convene conv ne In th thi the theL
i L Tabernacle TClbeHncleB Salt lt tnke City on Friday Fridayi
i 6 April AprWl at 10 n in iny IIIh
J i Hrst l lT8t Irtildcncy Irtildcncy3IOXTHIA Iruhlencyc
An the Rcncrnl enrral conference ot tlia tliaChurch thJwilt
Church will bo In tension on the first flretSunday firstr
r Sunday In April tho monthly fast which whichwould whichwouM
> would otherwise to held on that day daywill
1 will bo observed on tho last la t SunJay In InMarch Int
t March ill ch and tho fast meetings ba held heldon hellJI
on that day March 311901 311901LonnNxo 31 1901 1901it
I it LonnNxo SNOW SNOWanouan SNOWir
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f0 The gemlnnnunl conference of the theDcstrct
1 Dcstrct Sunday School Union will con convene canvene
vene Sunday April 7lh 1901 at 7 p m mIn mInthc
In Inthc tlio Tabernaclo It Is desired that thateach thtltih
ih each Stnl Sinko < o of Zion Inn ta rspreeanleil at attM I1thie
< tM hie meeting and that Stnke nuporln nuporlnItndints UperlnHf
Itndints officers nnd teachers attend attendlni
j lni the General Conference of tho thoChiirQh
it ChiirQh Ch lrhh he b present presentA
1 A cordial Invitation Is ext extended nd d to tho thopublic thoi
i I public pu lu lu1t
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te The nrrest of three boys In the Twen TwentySecond TwentySe ¬
tySecond tySe nll w rd r for dlsturlllnK dl tnr lnlf a r rell rellRloll8 II IIslous
slous assembly a scmbl sufccfsts a word of otwarning
1 warning to the unruly unrul of our youth youthwho ou h hwho
who In various way annoy nnno the peace peaceiihly pe C CflbIYII
iihly flbIYII deposed 1Joscd nnd violate the police policeregulation policer
regulation r of the city and the statutes statutesof
of the State StateThe StateThe
The Mutual Improvement association associationt
t hold n mwllnt In that ward as In mast mastof mostot
of tbe lie wards of thl thll Htakc on Tuesday Tuesdayt Tue dQ dQevcnlnR
t i evening It has been customary cu tomnr for forsome torSlme
some of the lmy Instead In tenll of attending attendingjvr
jvr ouch meetings to be Instructed ll and en entertalned entertalnetl
tertalned to malm nolsei at the doorg doorgor
or window or other partn of tho build buildIng IJulldInG
< Ing where the meetings are held They Theymay The Themil
may mil not do this In a malicious or de destructive lieIItructho ¬
structive spirit but In sheer mischief mischiefTlio mlschletTho
Tlio WrOlg vroii of It Is In taking pleasure In Inthe Intho
the discomfort of others Also Al o In the theInfraction thoIntractlon
Infraction of tho law lawOuryounp lawOur
Ouryounp Our Young folks are aught to respect respectthe re8pP1ttht
the rights of all people Hut ns In every everycommunity ewr ewroommunlt
community thcru are some who aro ar
recld i Indifferent to Rood oo < 1 advice nnd nndbant Cln Clnent
bant ent only on carrying out their own dp dppliei
pliei 11 res Parents school teachers and andward nnllward
ward teachers should endeavor to cor corro < or orItlCt
ro ItlCt t this illiposltlon by h every proper propermcnns propermnns
mcnns When thoje fall punishment punishmentwill
will 11 have h e to be the last rosort 1Q ort That Thatalone Thatalono
alone will 111 havo tho thelleslred desired effect on the themost themost
most refractory Parental chastisement chastisementmay
may mil become IJ come necessary and In Inextreme Inntrome
extreme cases IIISM the law should be bepermitted beJ1ermlltocl
permitted to take Its course courseThe courseThe
The p ptonnlty nnlty provided for disturbing disturbingn
an n assembly of people mot for religious religiousworship rellglOUIworship
worship Is l Imprisonment not wceedlnR wceedlnRUx Q celdlngH
Ux H month dr a fine not e xc edlng cekllnsthree edlngthroe
throe hundrqd hunrJr dollars or both This Is Istor Ister
tor any act Of f disquiet such at profHne profHnediscourse plOtMnedIscoursc
discourse rude or Indecent behavior or orby orby
by any any unnecessary unn lIm noise either with within wllhIn ¬
in the place whore such meeting m tlng Is hola holaor
or so 0 near to It as to disturb tho order orderand orderand
and solemnity of the meeting meetingHoodlums mettlngHuCHJlnms
Hoodlums should take notice that thatthis thMthlll
this applies to disturbing any religious religiousassembly rellglolJRulltmbly
assembly Mormon or nonMor nonMorman non Ior Iormon
man and person In charge of the thebuilding thobulIllng
building or the mating should protect protectthe
the congregation from every oor Interrup Interruption ¬
tIn ami npl nil unswmly conduct If nee necomr neeetary
omr etary > by b Instituting proc procetlllng dlnR foi foith tOItbe
th tbe profecutlon of the offenders We Weimut WeImut
imut have or ONr < 3r In our city and tho thopuWle thlullHItltnre
puWle ullHItltnre peace must be full maintained maintainediniXVY mllintainedPtJ
It U I amusing to posted readers of the themornlnpap thlrnornln
mornlnpap rnornln 1raper r In tblt city ell that tries to tol toII
l II > o an s n friend to the ix I > oplo plo whom whumIt
It Mks oonstantly oonltnnt to mUrfpresent to tofollow tofolloW
follow Its fiyrntlons mlloll when wrlegllfK It ItK Itpelt
K pelt out ofa hole It is troubled with a adtftotlvt 1 1defcUv
dtftotlvt memory as well n al a tearrd tearrdeonfcl llrdcon
eonfcl con dn nc and when It lg confronted confrontedwith confrontewith
with Its own stntfinents made but a ashort t tshort
short time ago It Is HO 0 confounded and andansry ql qlI1llr
ansry I1llr that Its only recourse Is tqihut tqihutfin t shut shutfil
fin und Etnmp and raise a dust and call callname callname
name or to rattle off a terlosof jues questlou < juesliana i
liana that have no bearing bsarlnc1pon upon the thefact thetact
fact of Us It I selfcontradictions selfcontradictionsVe n < r rWe
Ve do not want to undujyjexclu 1d irtex r iteur iteurt our
Irascible nnd l u1 cplillvo contotnporftry contotnporftrybut
but when It throws down thu mask of ofIts ofIt
Its It pmtendutl friendship and ud exhlbltB < Us Usr Itsrflll
r rflll l oountenahVo 1untetu o distorted With rn rnlle rnlleand e eand
and Impotent Impotenfmllllee nrnllco wo occdslonally occdslonallymntrast occ1slonalIIntrat
mntrast UH uttornneoH on tho tamo gub gubject suIJJect
ject at dlfterjgnt c1nr nt dntea An It recently recentlyoverflowed recontlyoerOom
overflowed < with Its chronlo bUtcrnoso bUtcrnosonnd
nnd tall all we reproduced r one or two of ofUs otItl
Us latest Intlstjtt effusions slon which have been beenmistaken bCJ1mltnktn
mistaken for truth by Rome Kastcrn pa panerij tInper
nerij per Kor Instance 1T1 nnCl on March 18 1D01 1D01It 1 01 01It
It said commenting on tho bill regulat regulatIIIR
IIIR In tlw 111 mniindr maul1 r of commencing prosecu prosecutions ¬ I Itlon8
tions In oertajn artnn cnseH which It falsely falselyoallg lI1el lI1elcnlls
oallg a Polysamy bill billTherd billfhero
Therd WQro v < jro no cffortH of antiMor antiMormons nntlMormon8 ¬
mons to bring hrhl ovll Ill upon tho Mormon MormonPeople i iplfJpu
People from 1831 to U9S Tha trouble troubleaftmc troubleJ11C
aftmc J11C when Mormons under otio or nn nnJlher anher
Jlher her dl dlsgu eul o begun to take more morewives morllIes
wives wivesWe lIes lIesWe
We bellove that some ot thc men menwho menwhu
who advocated and voted for tho bill billwould billwoulll
would take plurnl wives within a week weekexcept weeknCiJIlt
except for fenr of the consequences consequencesWith con cqlenccl cqlencclWjth
With that bill thu fear would pass passHut I1MSBut
Hut on No omb Oll1ber r 10 1900 only about aboutfive nboutflvtI
five months before b tore when replying to tolcnelpaIiCiilhe a aDenver
Denver lcnelpaIiCiilhe paper the snmo wrltor declared declaredTolyKurty IIcclnrec1lol
TolyKurty lol gllrry has been abollihcd < 1 In InUtah InUtnh
Utah by b thd1 Constitution ami by b the thocxpiosa theIPIOSII
cxpiosa command of thu President of ofthe otthe
the Mormon Church ChurchPlural ChurdlPIIral
Plural marrlnftCH have h VO so o far as asknown 119knowl1
known absolutely nIJ olutolY ceancd It Is I poHal poHalble pOliS I Iblo
ble that some men out among tho poor poorMormons 1J00rIlurmonM
Mormons who wh wore lung HBO a Involved Involvedwith Invoollwith
with several seoraUvlv wiveo o and who have but butOIK hut11I1
OIK houso are still llvlnt In polygamy polygamyIf
If they are we do not care the object objectall
all the time was to srcurc such a achange aclmnlI
change that polygamous marrln mlrrhues mlrrhuesshoul1 es esshould
should censo cen II nnd with It the teaching teachingof tcnchlnoC
of polygamy pol larny as a divine ordinance und undthorn IInJthore
thorn was never any disposition to tobrliiir toIIrll1
brliiir unnecessary suffering ufCcrln upon the thepeople thoeolllo
people Tho business Is working all allright 1111rfRhL
right rightOf rfRhLOt
Of course It IB not pleasant to havo havosuch havosuch
such blank contradictions presented presentedeuptdlally tJreRentedclpt
euptdlally clpt lnllY when the author of both bothstatements bothatntemants
statements cannot reply without show showing IIhowInff ¬
ing by his hl lanfruafio lnnffllnllo tho vulgarity of hIs hlanaturo hIsnatuTO
naturo and tho defects In his hl breeding breedingHut
Hut then It IH II sometimes necessary to tocompare I Icompllre
compare expressions of a hostile paper papermudu paper papern1lulo
mudu under different Impulse and es especially CIIpeclally ¬
pecially when holl other Journas place reli reliance rcllnnC ¬
ance on Its statements Hut see now nowtho nowtho
tho pitiful attempt to creep out of the theposition thoposition
position the two diverse articles havo havoplaced ht1vOplacaJ
placed It In Thv rh Tribune says today todayTwo tollllYTwo
Two dnya after the article of last lastsummer IMtsummer
summer was published a prominent prominentDemocrat lromlnentl1cl11ucrat
Democrat met tho writer and asked askedhim askedhim
him If he knew that I HCCIOI cret Ice lectures Icetures ¬
tures to young oun women on the lovellnosi lovellnosinnd
nnd necessity of polygamy were being beingdelivered bclllltdellvcretl
delivered right here In tills city clt and andnamed nnlOIlmed
named two of tho lecturers and told toldhow tohlhow
how he knew l < new what he was saying was wastrue wnlltrue
true trueAbout About tho same time one of the theApontlea tboJpostlesln
Apontlea In oneof the back settlements settlementscave
cave Ie a sermon of tho same nature to tothe tothe
the people peopleThat J1IOPloChnt
That Idnd < lhd of ot I lame nine excuse Is custom customary cURtomor ¬
ary or with tho paper that blows hot and andcold IIIIJcollI
cold ns Its own occasion requires The Thearticle ThoIIrtlde
article mentioned wan not published publishedlast
last atiminer Unices November Is In Inthe Inthe
the sweet summer Benson Hut that Is Isn
n 1 small matter Who was the promi prominent Ilromlmnt ¬
nent Democrat that told that fairy fairytale fntrytt1le
tale Was it male or female nnd what whatrelationship whatrelllUonllhlp
relationship did It bear to the respec respectaWe respectable
table old ol lady Ind or leading citizen or orwell orwoll
well known lawyer or reliable real realdent restlIont
dent that formerly served as a dum dummy deuomy ¬
my on which to hang Tribune Tribunerajs CrlbnnoTags
Tags of disreputable dl r putablo fiction Olvo us usthe liSthe
the names of the alleged allegclllectnrcrs lecturers also alsothe al o othe
the mimu of tho Apostle nnd of the theback thehnok
back settlement where that sermon sermonwon sermonWOK
won preached preachedWe
We would like to have the particu particulars Inrtlcular ¬
lars of thcs vague allegations and nnl In Insinuations Infllnuntlons ¬
sinuations Notice that ono of them U Uput Islilt
put as n question Iue tlon asked by b some un unknown unknown ¬
known Individual It Is not slated ns a apositive 1 1ponltle
positive fact Let tho thlni be betraced betraced
traced to Itsiftrlgln Its rlgln It wilt be found to tohave tohnve
have no busts In truth We havo fol followed rol10t11up ¬
lowed 10t11up up other bits of similar duplicity duplicityfrom dUllllclttrom
from tho same ame quarter and proved provedthem provedthent
them to bo flights of fancy or dcllb dcllbcrato l1ellbera
crato era to falsehoods and we have h vo not the thoshadow thefilldow
shadow of a doubt that these are of ofthe ortho
the same lIal 10 nature natureOf
Of course there Is no answer to such suchparalyzing suchIIOrnlzlnR
paralyzing arguments of our content contentparoiy contempnrolY
paroiy ns The miserable whelp whelpgnawing whelpgnD
gnawing gnD win a file miserable creature creaturedefiance crenturejfJellttnco
defiance of the laws gneak a awretch nwretch
wretch etc tc etc We are willing that thattho thattho
tho Tribune shall maintain Its monop monopoly monopolY ¬
oly of thatchoice thnt cholco reasoning and nndrev androvel
rev rovel l In that species of refinement In Inrhetoric Inrhotorlc
rhetoric Seeing ae lns that It Is caught In InIts InIts
Its own trap there Is some excuse for forIts forIts
Its toothlessfoam toothleRS fonm and wo leave It to toIts toIts
Its wrlthlngfi with nentlmonts of pity pitymost 1111 1111m
most m st profound Ilroto 1 e1
WAItSIW IS A mllI mllIDrenmll
Dreams belong to that class of mys mysteries mYRterles ¬
which whichscorn whichReem
teries of conscious existence
scorn to defy ty efforts at explanation explanationTho
Tho suggestion that they aro merely merelythe
the results of a certain physical con condition conI1ltlon ¬
dition may be accepted In many In InBtnnces InIIlanceR
Btnnces ns n true but there are others othersthat otherthnt
that cannot be accounted for In this thismanner thisInnnner
manner mannerThe InnnnerThe
The San Francisco Call tells of n ncitse 0Crtse
citse which only ft tfv > llaj doys > ngt causea causeamuch cnuseJmuch
much discussion dlscus tol1 Alfred N Holland Hollandtx
tx t railroad engine Inspector was fatal fatally tatntIy ¬
ly mangled at the West Oakland ynrdu ynrduby ynrdJy
by Jy a locomotive and before ho expired expiredhe
he told his attendants at the hospital hospitalthat
that he had been warned of the acci accident accldent ¬
dent beforehand beforehandTho
Tho circumstances are ilvcn There ThereIs
Is a workman In the track repair de department department ¬
partment named Parker He met metHolland l11 t tlIoJlnnll
Holland on tho morning of the day cJO of ofthe ottho
the accident and told him that during duringthe duringthe
the night nhhtho ho had had a dream In which whichhe
he saw Ill his friend Holland crushed un under unlIer ¬
der the whceln of a locomotive Tho Thodream ThIIream
dream had made a peculiar impression impressionupon
upon him and he fait It his duty dut to toseek toaeele
seek out tho Inspector Ins pee tor and tell him himabout himaoout
about It Tho men separated after aftertheir nttertheIr
their conversation each going to his hisdally hisdally
dally routine of work A few te hours hourslater hourblor
later Holland lay crushed and dying dyingunder dlngunder
under the wheels of locomotive KM KMThere 11There
There had been beon enacted In reality the thec thoMenu
Menu c ne which was so vividly presented presentedto
to tho mind of the sleeping Paiker the thenlehl thlntcht
nlehl Ixiforc IxiforcThis boto botoThis
This Is but one Instance among amongmany nmongmany
To dUmlsi dUmlsithem ellt1l11luIh911
many of a Similar nature
them as mere coincidences Is not satis satisfautory I14tlllfoutor
fautory Nor can Ihey be explained explainedBiay Jplnln JplnlnIay
Biay by the haughty assertion l s rtlon that thatto
to believe in dreams Is superstition superstitionFrom 8uerst1l1onlron1
From very er ancient times It has been beenheld
held that some IQmo dreams arc direct mcs mcsnges mesOJU
nges from itho world orld wo 0 do not see seebu leeU
bu U of the therea1lt reality of which there are aremany aremnny
many evidences cld ncCII while hlle others are mere ¬
ly tho offectfl of physical disorders < or ormental orm
mental m ntul troubles Among tho former formerare
are the dreams of Ablmeloeh Jacob JacobLabun JneaLubutJ
Labun Joseph Pharaoh NcUieliadnez NcUieliadnezstar Nehu hallnex hallnexlar
star nnd tho wlfo of t Pilate In mod modern mOIlern ¬
ern times too there arc equally ro romnrkablo toInnrlm1lo
mnrkablo Instances on record For I or n nsatisfactory aIIltlsCnctory
satisfactory solution ot tm > mystery we wewill wewill
will have to accept tho observations ot ottho ottho
tho ancient writers on that subject subjectand lIubJectnnel
and admit that tho Almighty Home Hometimes Homotlmcs
times permits Important communica communications ¬
tions to bo conveyed in thatinnnner to toIlia to11I11
Ilia children for certain purposes pllrpo e That Thatalone Thntalono
alone uccounta for some facts that thatcannot thatcmmot
cannot ho denied deniedTill l1enlellrlJl
The situation In Russia is according accordingto
to all accounts one of turmoil turm ll The agl agltatlon agltltlon
tatlon among tho people seems to have haveassumed havoaM
assumed aM urnod the proportions of a revolu revolution reolutlon ¬
tion which htm for its ultimate object objecttho obJecttho
tho assassination of the czar and lint the thooverthrow theoverthrow
overthrow of tho Bovcrnment For HO HOwidespread HOwlc1IIlreall
widespread aro the disturbances that thatthey thatthoy
they can hardly hnrdl ho considered In any anyother anyother
other light notwithstanding till ex expressed exNesscII ¬
pressed opinion of the Kuuslnn consul consulKcneral consulreneral
Kcneral In this country that the Ills dispatches IllsIJlltchla ¬
patches draw exaggerated pictures of oftho ottho
tho situation situationAmong situationmonlf
Among monlf tho first reports that reached reachedtho < l lthe
the outside world from St Petersburg Petersburgwas
was wn that COO working men hadndopt hadndoptInw
Inw Mrs Nations methods rnethndsc1emoll demolished demolishedKomo hell hellIlOmo
Komo brandy booths belonging to thu thugovernment tholtoVerl1lllent
government and engaged In n sanguin sanguinary nllgulnIIr ¬
ary IIr fight with 8W Cossacks Then ranio ranioanother cnmonnother
another report that the pbllco p llce had dis discovered discovered ¬
covered n plot against tho life of tho thoczar thocznr
czar Numerous arrests followed followedHtudcntR tollowedRtudentfl
HtudcntR In several institutes of learn learning learnIng ¬
ing made rnll o demonstrations and threat threatening tbreatenlnlt ¬
ening letters were sent to tho ministers ministersof
of war justice and tho interior An Annttomrt An Anattempt
attempt was made to assassinate the theprocurator theprocurator
procurator general of the holy synod synodThe bnodTho
The latest In test advices n < tell about the Ills discovery Illscovery ¬
covery of n mlno beneath one of tho thoemperors thoelllperors
emperors palaces Several members of ofthe
the nobility nohl1lt arc said to be Implicated In Inthis I
this plot Tho police have < In conse conseqtiancc con e I I11UU1CO
qtiancc been Instructed to exercise all allpossible I IJo811lblo
possible vigilance and not to hesitate hesitateto he tt to toto
to uso force when needed to dispel dispelcrowds dlspolcrowds
crowds nnd quell disturbances dl turbnllCcB but In InHpltc InspIte
spIte of all It U thought that tho pres present I Ient
ent turmoil is but tho beginning of ofmore otmore
more flurlous trouble troubleWhat troubleWhnt
What the Immediate cause of It all 01118 01118Is IB IBIs
Is not clear The enlightened part of ofthe otthl
the Itusslnn people ore always dlfisatls dlfisatlsfled 1118ellllsfiee
fled with tho autocratic government governmentand
and ready rend to demonstrate against It ItBut Itnllt
But it is suggested that tho excommu excommunication excommunlcatlon ¬
nication of Tolstoi Tol tol or rather the official officialannouncement officIalannouncement
announcement of that net has stirred stirredup
up the friends and admirers of oftho ottho
tho count to this agitation
Tho ho fact that one of the highest eccle ecclesiastical ¬
siastical ofllclnls van one of the first firstobjects tlrstobjects I
objects of wrath lends support to this thisview
view I e I Acts of Intolerance have before beforenow betoro1I0W
now In the worlds history been the thebeginning thobeltlnnlll
beginning of mighty revolutions revolutionsThere reolutlonsIhero
There is little doubt that the present presentlislng presentItHlng
lislng will be quelled The Russian Russiangovernment HUKsiangovornmont
government has forces enough at Its Itscommand Itscommnndto
command to maintain Its authority and andIn andIn
In cases of this kind
there Is no con consideration consltlllatlon ¬
sideration for the rights of the people peopleor
or their possibly p08sll > l Just grievances JJut JJutmany llutmany
many lives may have to be sacrificed sacrificedand
and then every time an autocratic gov government gOIetnment ¬
ernment apparently secures Its position positionon
on the tears blood and tombs of IU IUsubjects It Itsubjects
subjects it really rcall undermines Itself ItselfHistory IIHoltHlHtor
History records Its acts for future gen generations genorallons ¬
erations and when the day tIB of reckoning reckoningtlnntly reckunlnIInally
tlnntly coinis 0111 > 11 these nets will come forth forthas
as condemning evidence ngnlnst the thesystem thoystern
system under which they the wore commit committed committed ¬
ted ItUNxIa Is now so far advanced in incivilization InolllIlznllon
civilization that Its It rulers cannot much muchlonger lOuchlonger
longer Ignore safely the demands made madefor mudefor
for reforms In an absolute government governmentsystem govornmontsystem
system The country li probably not notprepared nolprepnred
prepared for full liberty but It certain certainly ¬
ly Is In a position to have some repre representation Iopresontatlon ¬
sentation In the administration administrationof
of public affairs a ftal rs It Is for the theczar theczar
czar to take the Initiative In this direc direction dlrctlon ¬
tion Ho would be strenuously opposed opposedby opposctby
by the nrlstdcrncy arlsto rncy but other sovereign sovereignhave RoverelglahrIVc
have found In the people a more last lasting lastIng ¬
ing suppor for the throne and tho Hus Husslan nllsIIlnl1
slan emperors would havo a 1 similar ex experience exporlence ¬
perience By U dethroning tho aristoc aristocracy arlBtocmc ¬
racy mc the czars themselves thern elcs would be become becomc ¬
come both stronger nnd more free than thanthey thanthey
they now are areMr nreMr
Mr Carnegies library gifts speak speakvolumes speakolul1es
volumes for his generosity generositySenator genomsltSenntor
Senator T C Platt says 811 that Presi President Irosldent ¬
dent McKlnley Icltnle Is an amiable IImlal > lo gentle gentleman gentlemnn ¬
man lit tu Unite UniteIf
If AbduiAslz Sultan of Morocco does doesnot doesnot
not pay a Uncle Sam his claims ha may mayUnd lOayIInd
Und himself to be AbdulAswaz AbdulAswazChina AhlIulAswnzChinn
China lies prone and bound and ns nshelpless ashclpless
helpless as Gulliver among the Llllpu Llllputlans Lillputlnns
tlans only that China Is bound by Drob Drobdlngnagians DrobI1lnn
dlngnagians I1lnn llans Instead of Wllputlans WllputlansThe
The London Chronicle commenting on onSecretary onSecretary
Secretary Hays memorandum on the theRucsoChlncse theHIIFsoChlnese
RucsoChlncse nfircement says as tho thoUnited thlUnit
United Unit States protests but will not notfight notfight
fight It would bo foolish for the Unit Unitod
od States to get Into a fight with Russia Russiathat Hussbthat
that others might gather up the chest chestnuts chestnuts
nuts raked out of the fire fireThe fireThe
The Massachusetts senate by 11 a vodi vodiof oto otoot
of IS to 8 has just resolved to provide providefor
for taking tho Initiator steps to amend amendthe I1menllthe
the state constitution to O as to provide providethat proltJothat
that when nine jurors In a civil case cateagree casenr
agree nr upon a verdict It ehall be the ver verdict nrdlct ¬
dict of the Jury It is a step In the theright theright
right direction and us one senator cald caldthe 41dthe
the present provision requiring reQUlrlnunanimous a aunanimous
unanimous verdict was contrary to all allhuman olthuman
human reason reasonMr reAllonIr
Mr Ir Alctor Ictor Lawson has sold so1 < 1 his Chi Chicago Chingo ¬
cago Record to the owner of tho Times TimesHerald lImosHerald
Herald and tho two papers are to be bemerged bemerHed
merged Into one to be known as the theRecordHerald thelteconlJetilld
RecordHerald the Times being beingdropped beingdropped
dropped So this Is the last of the once oncefamous onctamllus
famous Chicago Times A quarter of a acentury acentur
century or more ago when KdltorStorojr KdltorStorojrwas 1lIltorStorewnll
was running U it was one of the best bestand
and brightest papers II pcrll In the country countrybut countobut
but after his death It lost prestige and andInfluence andInfluence
Influence Success s to thu RecordHer RecordHerald ¬
Representative Veipatlan Warner has hasbeen hasb
been b n to Cuba and has returned fully fullyconvinced tullyool1lnoed
convinced that the Cubans are totally totallyunfit totall totallunftt
unfit for selfgovernment He Is l equal equally ¬
ly sure that If left to themselves there therewould
would tqu d be a a veritable carnival of crlmt crlmtHla orlmHI I
Hla HI viows are jiosilmlitlo in the ex ¬
treme Ho 1I might modify > them consid considerably conaliSernIJly ¬
erably If ho would lend tenLlMncaulays Slacaulays es essay ceny ¬
say on iillton tII ton He has nomo Very ver ap appropriate 01I1rOIlrlnt ¬
propriate Illustrations on selfgovern selfgovernWent
Went Ho bellotes that to Hun to toawlni toswll1l
awlni ono must KO neur the water waterA
A local l cal writer who imagine Ima jne h hknows 18 18knolIlIot11ething
knows knolIlIot11ething Homethlng about everything and andreally no1renlly
really knows next lI t to nothing Ilothlnllhprough IlothlnllhproughIy thprougtv thprougtvly
ly about nnythlnp In trying to criticize criticizetho e etho
tho remArK of an objector to frying fryingpan trlnltpan
pan cooking askt How could h hmake hmuke
make a I Welsh rarellt without a frying fryingpanV Cryingpanl
panV A real Welsh rarebit never en enters enten ¬
ten n l frying pan Whether Wh thcr cooked cookedIn
In Wales or or elsewhere 11 owhere It has no bu bUll bUllneu l lness
ness In n frying ry1t l pan What Is called calleda
a Dutch oven In nearer tho murk Ask Askn
n native ot tho ho Principality nnd nn < llt If you youdispute you1I
dispute < 1I lluto lils word you will soon be out outof outot
of tho frying pan nnd Into the fire fireBo lireSo
Bo It seems seth there ro were wheels within withinwheels withinwhed
wheels In tho matter of secret treaties treatiesIn
In China Thero has been made much muchfuss niuchuss
fuss uss over the IlussoChlnese agreement agreementrewarding Olrwnentwjt1rcllng
rewarding Manchuria nnd from rom no noquarter noqunrter
quarter has 1m thero come louder protest protestthan protestthan
than from England l And now comes a ahlBh ahigh
high German official who declares that thatU
U was wnatho the desire of Lord Ballsbuty Ballsbutywhen y ywhen
when thfi Arfloderman convention conventionwas
was arranged to except Manchuria Manchuriafrom a1churlatrom
from Its operations And ho fays the thedocuments thedocuments
documents to prove this can nn bo pro produced proueed ¬
duced If this be so It explains better betterthan bettcrthan
than anything else could tho great anx anxiety anxlety ¬
iety of the English press to show to hit IhllUnited hitUnited
United Stales how great nro tll ta Inter Interests InterIsta ¬
ests in Manchuria and Dnl how ho imperiled imperiledthey Jmp rlled rlledthey
they will bo by tho consummation of ofthe ottho
the famous convention Diplomacy DiplomacyIs
Is a urcnt thing but the less a I nation nationhas nationhns
has to do with It perhaps tho better betteroi111 bcttlrVUlt
oi111 iMiiuriiM IUliIl > w POLICY POLICYBoston lULlCDos
Boston Dos ton Transcript TranscriptThe
The United States In the Philippines Philippineswill
will adhere l1 < to the policy of humanity humanityBy
By tho recasting of 0 fOIiCY the Philippine ad administration ndmlnl ¬
ministration mlnl tlll tlon now In progress the civil civilpower cllllIJolver
power will be made supremo with thu thusupremacy Ihoulfeutlcy
supremacy so clearly cllarl deltned < 1ollnedliH tin to tOlnnke tOlnnken make makea
a repetition of tho ftktlon between UK UKTaft IhlfaCt
Taft Commission ComrnlH lon ami General MacAr MacArthur MncArthur ¬
thur Impossible When General Clmffeo Clmffeosucceeds ChaltoaIUeCeedH
succeeds General MacArthur he u will 111 b bmerely 1 1mercllIl
merely mercllIl the military commander charged chargedwith chargellwith
with the execution of the mllltnri ser
vleu ko vf vtthe the Island nnd IIn subordinate te to tothe tothe
the civil administration whose POWCIwill povvcis povvciswill
will be practically concentrated In tin tinhands IhlInnds
hands of Judge Taft ns govcrnorgpn govcrnorgpnpral
pral The first Iutmoo move of the new admin administration admlnIstrollon ¬
istration will bo the extension ext n lon of mu municipal munlclllil ¬
nicipal government on simple lines hi hiharmony IIIhnrmon
harmony hnrmon with locnl usage Such mu municipal milI1ICllal ¬
nicipal governments will be strictly hHd hHdto h 1 < 1 1to
to allegiance to > the United States 8tlt 9JUt 9JUtIn but butIn
In local affairs 1 will be given the widest widestliberty wldhlliberty
liberty of action consistent with that al allegiance aileglnnce ¬
New York Evening Post PostTo PestTo
To give Gen MnoArthur the troops troopsthat trooptha
that t he needs the war department luih luihbeen hu hubeen
been forced to order to the Philippines Philippinesthe
the th home battalions of the First nnd nndseventh nd ndsf1lenth
seventh Infantry and the Third Sixth SixthNinth
Ninth and Tenth cavalry Tluw > homo homobnttailons 1IOIlieloallllilon8
bnttailons It was solemnly declared u ushort IIshort
short time ago were to remain In this thiscountry thisountry
country to serve an icrtultlns and re recuperating IeCUlern ¬
cuperating CUlern tlng headquarters for the two ac active IIItlvt ¬
tive battalions But Gen MacArthur8 MacArthur8necessities MacArthursneccPAltl18
necessities are evidently too great to topermit topermit
permit the continuance contln JIII1Ce of this desirable desirablearrangement deslrbbJonrtancl11ent
Boston Journal JournalThere JOllrnulThere
There can be no denying the signifi significance elgnleunce ¬
cance of the surrender of Lieut Gen GenTrias GunTrInH
Trias and his forces Gen MacArthur MacArthurcables MacArthurcnble
cables that the prestige of Trias In InSouthern InSoulhurtl
Southern Luzon It I equal IQ n thftt p pAl f fAgulnaldo
Agulnaldo Al ulnllldo It Is I In Southern Luzon Luzonthat Luznnthat
that much of tlu > recent fighting had hadbeen
been going on hut this has hl not pre prevented 11 11ente1 ¬
vented our troops from penetrating to tothe toth
the th further provinces It Is doubtless doubtlessrecognition doulJtle5recognition
recognition of the hopelessness hopele ms8 of it itslatnnco ftRbtnneo
slatnnco which mbvos Trias nnd his of offloum tiCnoolS
floum to tl give thenunlves up He Is the theone tilloil
one oil llautenantKoneral of the Insurgent Insurgentarmy Insurgentarm
army arm and second Only to Anulnnldo in inrank 11 11rank
rank Gen friaR Immediately took tookthe tM tMIhe
the onth of allegiance This Is the thebest thclJe
best lJe 1 news that linn come for a long longtime longlime
time from Luzon and the largest pur purest ¬ I
est 05ttol token < n of an early earl peace peaceChicago penceChlcasu
Chicago Record RecordAmong Itecor < 1 1Among
Among the other American Institu Institutions Instltutlons ¬
tions to bo cairled Into the Philippines Philippinestho
tho Introduction nf the principle of ofdemocratic otJemocrnUc
democratic simplicity promlscH to be betended betendel1 >
tended by considerable difficulties difficultiesFrom 11Jfncu1tlesFrom
From the reports of recent troubles of oftho otthD
tho sultan of Sulu Sultllt It would appear that thathe thatlie
he has been wifstllng If tllng with this prob probcm probem
cm an it presents ptl ents Itself In the question questionof
of raiment Tho American military of offloor otIlrQr
floor > hd Is stationed In the Interesting Interestinglittle Intere8t1nlIIlIle
little municipality of Joto writes hoiun hoiunthat holllllthat
that the sultan litcly htol appeared at an anollclal nnon1clnl
ollclal reception attlrod rlttlretln In a Prince Al Albert AIhert ¬
bert coat embroidered In gold a black blackllk hlllelcsilk
silk llk fez adorned with a 1 sunburst ot dia diamonds dlamond ¬
monds white trousers trou ers and a 1 brilliant brilliantdiamond brllllnntdiamond
diamond ring worn over his while whhcgloves whileIoves
gloves Ioves Later In the day < 1n our sultan ex exchanged exchnns ¬
changed chnns < d the wlillo trousers for a pair pairmade pairmnlle
made of red ret calico It Is reasonable to topuppofi to8UPPM
puppofi that the miltun In adopting adoptingthis ac1optllllthl
this dress hits been Inspired Insllrelltlrrely largely by bynn b ban
nn earnest effort after a compromise compromisebetween ompromilleheteen
between his late Imperial robes nnd the theproper tbel
proper l > Topel rontumo for an American gen gentleman gentlernan ¬
tleman In politics politicsNew pollUcsNew
New York Evening Sun SunThe SunThc
The Presidents choice for civil gov governor 10 10ornor ¬
ernor report says would ouM fall on Judge JudgeTaft JUdgefnft
Taft the resourceful head ot the com commission commission ¬
mission Judge Taft Is a sound lawyer lawyerman Il1wcrman
man of practical views patient broad broadand broIltnd
and farseclng tnrseelngnnd and of the highest cha chatictfr chmIIct
tictfr IIct r It Is an American type which we weiad wehnd
iad In stork to solve the problems of ofRtatPSnar orIIlIltlnnnshlp
RtatPSnar IIlIltlnnnshlp hip devolving unn us after afterthe nfluthe
the Spanish war although tho nntlIm nntlImpTlallsts anlllml1
pTlallsts l1 rlnll8t8 solemnly warned us II that our ournew ourlIe1
new policy was Oil doomed < to failure for forwant forwnnt
want of the right men The President Presidenthad
had no difficulty In finding them In the thersonu tht11cnuIIY
11cnuIIY > < > rsonu of Judge Taft and Gen Leon Leonnrd IconnrJ
nrd Wood
Kansnc I 1nlllg City Star StarTho StarTho
Tho American soldier laid IeI Is the advance advancenqcnt ndnnMnJent
nqcnt of civilization He Is frequently frequentlypolice lrequenllN1Ico
police Judge civil magistrate mai1stratechlet chief ex expcutlve exCutl
pcutlve Cutl and pollre force lit if the town In Invhlch 1nwhich
which he Is I stationed HP may be called calledrn
rn to perform any of the duties of a atown atorn
town officer and he must be bl ready rt dy to todefend toeletenlt
defend loyal lonllnhllbltants Inhabitants against the at attacks att1ckll ¬
tacks of bandits The aimy Is dlj dljtributed 111 111trthutd
tributed In little groups among ivme ivmeeight Im Imtight
eight millions of people who have been beenaccustomed btl n nnccu8tomcd
accustomed for generations to a most mostlax mOlltInx
lax and Inefficient rule administered administeredfhlcfly admInisteredthlefly
fhlcfly by members of the religious 01 01Oers 01dHII
Oers The friars have been driven out outand I
and the Koldltrs huve h e taken their place placewith laro
with lth the expressed purpose of establish establishing e tabllshInl ¬ I
ing deyiec of security for life am amproperly nnl I IprolJrt
properly that has never been known be before bef ¬
fore f re in the Ishnds IshndsRECENT IshnbRECENT
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discussed by Lavlnia Hart In the April AprilCosmopolitan AprilCumopolltnT1
Cosmopolitan Grant Allen write writeabout writeAbout
about The ItrlU Hr1t1h h Aristocracy The Thearticle ThearJlcle
article U raid to have been found foundamong tOllnllnmonJ
among the papers of the lute author authorThe lIuthorThe
The position which the Plerpont Mnr Mnrnan or orIIlIn
nan organization holds with reference referencela
la the business s anil political world orld U Udlscuf bdll
dlscuf dll u od 1 by b Mr John Brlsben Drl bln Walker Walkerunder Walkerundfr
under the title The World Greatest GreatestInvolution Oreatlstevolutlon
Involution Mr Ir Walker has drawn a apicture apicture
picture of the rower now no exerclied exercliedwhich eXlrciledhlch
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