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r I ago ro reminded that the books for the thesettlement thoi
lr i i settlement of tithing for the yenr Idol Idolwill HOII
4 + I will ts hl bp c reedy renllynt nt the lit a olllco of the jircsia jircsiaIng Iresll IresllI
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I I l v Ing HUhdprla by December 20th After AfterDumber AtterI t ttt tttI
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t 1 Ii t rnenla shquia be mndo to thu lllshopa lllshopadirect LlldhopsItlreet Bishopsd
d direct Instead of taking them to tho thoprcslJIng thoi
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a i u r 1 such BU Ch pnymentfl In menl will be received ip up > to toDecember toft toI
I ft d i t December Icce lLer 31 318t t from those persons per oll who whocaii whoI
l I t L I I I I captin0io caii moro conveniently dejioMt them nt ntthat ntI
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t t i Kverylody I who rnn Hcltlo up for For tho thoyear
I I I j j 1 1j year before t > fforahs Ita last days are ivvjuostcd ivvjuostcdto t gnestedI
I i to do so In order Hint the acoounti may mayclose runycloso
I close aa soon Boon at possible M tho Ulahopi Ulahopiwill
i I i will not n t bo nllowod nay nn moro than four fourdnys rOUIcllIYllln rootdays
days cllIYllln In tho new year to complete ihdr ihdrreccllits lillIII lbeUreeelthts
reccllits and Int hand them In to the ha pie piejiMlns preT
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1 I i tithing after December 3tst cannot bo boortdltcd 10oltllllcd hopredlle1
f I ortdltcd d for tho y prcacnt year but will willhave wlllhno
f L have to tie credited for the year el1l JP02Vo IP02I JP02 1002fYe
I fYe N Vo need not urge Upon tho Latterday LatterdaySalnta 1llttertlayI Latler da daf Y
f r I I Salnta S lnto tho Importance of tho law of oftithing ottIIhln
tIIhln tithing and the benefits that result from fromBtrlct trolnAlrlct fromt n
t M 1t ii1 i t s Btrlct compliance therewith Vo VO rbeIlov rbeIlovi bellovo bellovothis bellevothis o
i yl t r R 1 ft this 1 Isvor Ia very generally understood among amongthem ninon ninone unonllthem g
e 1 I them nnd our present presenl11llrpo purpose e Is simply simplyto
I j to draw their attention to the neccnsUy neccnsUyof nece5sitt y
t f of attending to this duty In time uo that thattho thMI tbat1 t
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t1 l I the book and accounts may Inn he fully fullymrulo tUllymnc10 full fullI y
I l tl mrulo up nt tho date required If Iho IhoUlshopo IholIbho1I11ntt Ih o
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f Ulshopo lIbho1I11ntt Blsho n and their clerks and nnt tho Snlntu Snlntugenerally SlIlntfII a
I r II J Y generally ffen rally will bo prompt In this par particular ¬
I > t a ticular the end desired will bo reached reachedIn rmchcs pard d I
s l In proper season seasonAN senuonr senuonAN
I Y r i AN UNUUDtiHMH UNHlW n lIm IJXlLODKS IJXlLODKSA
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II ji I tI j 1 A writer to the Intermountain Catho CathoUo
t I ii jL l Uo of this city who ho appropriately l np signs signshimself sIglinl o
1 l I himself An Unredeemed ° makes a agreat nI
1 I L l great Cuss over nn alleged article In tho
j t I I I r Descret News contnmliiB unveiled ana anaunfriendly n nd
j I unfriendly Intimations to Catholicism CatholicismIt
I I q f 1 I 1 f It Itls Is asserted that the organ of tho thoMormon thof thuf
f f g Mormon Church refers to the bad badreputation bada nd
a I i i reputation of a 1 Catholic organization In InNew hII InNew
I ° J I New N w Mexico Tho writer says Ivory IJvorycharge Ihor
1 t charge which tho News 110 o freely freelybrings trcllyI
I i f I brings against Catholics In New Mex Mexico IBx ¬
L 1 1ii l I ico has been Iterated and reiterated reiteratedagainst IclterntollJ
+ I J I i I f r against Mormons In Utah together togetherWith togetherI
I R Ii i r With other charges beyond ho1 ond compatlson compatlsonIn cantIo rison risont
t ii f In number and nn In Iniquity IniquityAn InllultI
t I An Unredeemed expends consider considerable con considerabla lrler ¬
I l able time nnd space In making mnkln a coy covert co coyurt ¬
ert attack upon till DeBcret News old nmlupon oldupon
t upon the Mormon J 1 o r mot t Priesthood I rlealhc u d taking tnklntfns
t i ns an excuso for tho bitterness dis displayed dist ¬
t i ll I played that the writer was na disgusted disgustedlth
I i with lth tho nrtlclo that ho says appealed appealedIn
I j i i t Inth In tho Mows Wu do not care to reply replyto
to the slur and virulent Insinuations Inslnuntlonslllf In Intho
Iti f tho Catholic but will simply IIhnlI Mate that tlutthe thIthe thatthe
the writer has exploded With my Ct little littleIf
I If any IIn provocation nod betrayed the thenntlMormon theadh
I i nntlMormon nll adh IIIMormOI btormoni bile lurk lurking lag In his ays aystern systern
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I t ternOn
r On November 4th the Desorot Newshad News Newshad Nlwshad
had an editorial l < strongly supporting
the th now movement for the admission of oftho oftho ofOw
i I tho Territory of Now NI Mexico 1t rxico Into tho thoUnion
c I Union as a Stata giving sonic > facts un unl unlOgures un1figurea > l lfigures
figures ns MIo to tho progress that has been befnmade beenroad Cfln CflnIMlIe
made nnd thu claims of the peijila pnMinted Ilronlet pn prei > <
I Minted nlet to nt least twohe
i I Congieiwes Congieiwesand Cougres os osand
and closing closln with this remarkWu remark remarkWo retnl1rkWI
Wo see no reason why either of lh tilt tiltgreat theky
ky great political Iolltlolllpnrtlell parties should refuse ref UK tilt 111t lie
t p I boon BO long desired or raise nny bar ¬
I tIer In the path or a people who urc ae aecertainly o
certainly endowed Ind well with ntmndnnt qUill <
I Illoutlons to enjoy find exercise Qxe1 ll1 nil the th thr e
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I lights r tgtitsanl unil d privileges c rlv Ilages nnd duties of a 1 1i t
i M trig and BOVeroIgn State of the Amcrl Amcrlran mertrat
ran Union UnionAgftln UnionAlliin Uniongsln
Agftln + gsln on November 12th n brief Mil Miltertal f idIkrn1 l lf
f tertal notice was mndo of the fact tutuI tutu tlmtthis t
i I this time tlmoNew New Mexico demands ml mlttlsalon nilsaiselpn IllI
I ttlsalon 311 aIQnto to to the Union Un 1011 anti that tho thulcr Ter Territory ¬
f ritory rltor had hn previously askod Cor surl surladmission sue sueI t
I h admission 1dmls lon but
° Its claims for some reu reuflon reuI revson
I r non or other have always been set setaside setnslde se seaektel t
aside AS an example of one bit of op opposition
i position ve cited tho following followingIn
In 1S79 for Instance It was showi ahowithat i
that New Mexico was na to o complete con1plotei
i i y under tho domination of alerlcn
I Jnfluenee nfluln that the logialalupassed legislature loclsnttlrl1RIII
5 passed 1RIII > n ed over the governors veto 010 n bill bllnooritoratlnu
I nooritoratlnu the J Jelults ults and confer conferring conferI conferring
i ring on them extraordinary extrnor ltuary PO 11Olrli wners TB an amexemptions an1Jetnltl anxemptyuns i
exemptions 1Jetnltl nB In th the matter of taxation tlXatlunongreu n
rongrew ongreu annullwl the low In but this ac a aton
lion ton mad Congress < 8 waiy wa y of ailmtttliiK g
I I lie Territory to the Union UnionThis Unioni
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This Is the vary or head And AII front oour o oour or ortlUr r
our offending We Ve simply 11111111 related a
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fact
Everybody acquainted with titi th thliUtory Ihe Ihe1IIItory e
i I G liUtory of the struggle of Now Mex1 Mex1t Mexico Mexicoto oe
I to gain Statehood Stnt hooel
t known that what Imt w wstated aa e eI
a I stated Is true That la it Ilia In a fart the thathis t
1 I this objection o Jection was 8 urged nnd that thatDad 1 1incl It ItiOlj
Dad rome influence In hindering tho ad ndI au
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mlssfon of 6 < that Territory An Unro Unroof UnroJ Unredopinodt1lieaks
dopinodt1lieaks t I11104 J 10I1k of Ito opposition o that thatjtnteliqod thntko thatkept
ko kept t kt jtnteliqod eh ehqod oil for over n quarter ofn of ofa ofn
n WnWr cnhjrliJ i f Om m Utah on tho grounclthat ground groundthat groundthat
that JiorVpetplo hsrp Il rtp fPI0 plo were In Bitch abject nbjoot8UbiilH nbJectIJ abjectuttbudsslctitto
8UbiilH IJ uttbudsslctitto II bIll 1lIJM 1dtt t to a domineering i 1rlcsthood 1rlcsthoodthat lrlcRlhomlthitt
that it Itt ufoo fioo o HUftniK I wilts Impossible ImpossibleTlmt 11n110SllllJleThit itnposshbteChat
Chat cTiVroot Is s It is n fact that such surhwan suchnit utli1IIIIIIJil
1IIIIIIJil nit gll14 n 1 wan raised ral l ngalnst OKalllsllho the nd ndIt II IImllI191or tdmisinli
misinli mllI191or o UIIIII IL lu a matter of hletnty his hisIw hiliInt ¬
tnty Int Ili4 l Iw y cciually n matter of history historyiCj hlRtoryIhlll hlelorythat
Ihlll end 1I11 iCj obstaclo named vita raised rnlowlIho lfIIA raisedagshlAktltp l lIIg
IIg agshlAktltp hlll Iho h admission of Now Mexicollutyfiat Mexico MexicoHut ModcoUUIVnrtt
UUIVnrtt Hut > vfiat lu there In either or both bothOf hothQt bathof
Of thcAoficlH IhC l CII to raise a howl about aboutIJtnli nJout7hltth abouttltalt
IJtnli atjii htftli prcvallcKl over tho op opposltiunSnfnltiBt opIOllltiRrli opIlosltipnni
posltiunSnfnltiBt IOllltiRrli Ilosltipnni tptlnst f 1IrIlt hor and vo lope New NewMoxlc NewMoxlc NewMoxicOytllt
MoxicOytllt Moxlc J1I1I1 ljt also vise i Il Iso o above nil IlIlhllt that has haibeen hasboner
been 1 > 0111 siihji 1t1tJingnlllllt of j ltngnlnetheradmission njalnst IIM III admission Into the theUnion theUlllonr theUnion
Union Ulllonr Tho 1 Nows aigued that Thatecan Thore Thorecnn
r rcall
cnn b4 b n noellfoundJII volfound < l feai of turn turnIHK lurnhIM turning
hIM tlift UIqIi1 llgialo favln tO It It dhould obtain state etatohood statehood IItntohood ¬
hood itvarf Iv to an order that had n bail bailretititntf hlllteIJIIIII badrepuUtthJ
retititntf repuUtthJ eIJIIIII fW i tl and added the claims clnimtnlttlo claimshiatlo 01111111111IItlo
hiatlo lonjVoKiiltlon tQ oHllltlon nro good ood and they theyWill theywIll theytvlll
liit
Will n nCHWI < t doubt r nbL bt lie M carefully considered consideredThin coast t lured luredThin
Thin pjtijOr J1 pitfuhas iS JJ + han nupportcd < 1 the claims of ofNew atNt
New Nt Maxlpo M Mlid xl0o io from the nrnt fir t It In doing doingso
so today IOtJtnf ytn j to i tho ho natlsfactlon of the lh peo peoPlo peoJlo lieuplo
Plo there thereWhat tl1cJWh thereWhat
What Wh itthon then 1 III the mutter with lIh An AnUriretieenicil All1lIrel AnUnrecleenlwl
Uriretieenicil 1lIrel jniHI I IH It because we tatol etatalHutt t tatolthlLt tod todthat
that the Jesuits nro nn order that hs hsn h B Ba
a t bad It r reputation 1 Who will d deny eny ny thu thutruth th thtruth thutruth
truth df MIIII hls ntntomcnt Wo do notr1Ony not notdeny lIotdony
deny tdat t i ftho tho Mormon Priesthood U Uon 18nn IAan
on Ordthnt onlor that him iv 1 bad reputntloi repulatlotiloth reputntloiDoth reputatiOlBoth
Doth nriiiatterH illfQ iiiaters illUern of foot fllOlllwt and of historyTrice history historyTho hlHlolYlhll I I
Trice AI5 Apostles M cII nnd Kldorn and Saints of oftho orthu ofthe
the Jlrnt Qhrlitlan Church woro n little littlefleet IIttloJoet Ilttloft00t
fleet everywhere spolcon ct ajnllmt oluet Tho ThoNow ThoNowstilment 1hoNw1
Now Nw1 Nowstilment Testament Il I1IJl1t says no DIIM tin NewTtstainonlnutkonut New NewTflstnmoiUnutko Newr
TflstnmoiUnutko r Btlln 1I1 1111110 nn attack on thf theCllllrdl theCllllrdlhQclJij lhrChurchhecnusplt < hurch hurchbocnti
hecnusplt bocnti it j1 shots that KB Prlesthondnndtt Priesthood Priesthoodnmf Prll thlJI thlJInllt
nmf mcmljcr lj inli9r had n bud hlt < reputation 11tlJ1UtntlollWOvlHf rtiputatlonWowlsh reputation1l
1l Wowlsh q visit our Cnthnllo friends to tin tinilorHtand IInl1orllla1I1 undoratattdthat
ilorHtand doratattdthat thnt the Dooaict JOIJ lct Nowa hat hatitimli hilAiit hastttIO
itimli iit tttIO lIll HO nttnrk < upon tho Catholics of ofNow orNo ofNot
Now No Mexico or of Utah or of nny othcr oth other otllcrlJnco ¬
er crlJnco cr place on on earth nor ovan oven upon the theordurAttlto th thordor thflorlor
ordor ordurAttlto nf rtho tho desalts the reputation reputationuf
uf tvtiIIQh whteh wlil 1 tires been h 11 used aa an oxctuo oxctuofor UXCII uxcuvofor O Ofor
for keeping k jplnr Now Mexico out of tho thoUnion thJ111116n thuUtsldr
Union Wo W havo merely told of that thatobatn tlllltbaln thatnbatncle
obatn nbatncle J Mlmt th luit inn certainly cCrtlllnlyhcol1 been raised raisedIn
In herpath herpathWo her 11tlll tjtttl1Vo 11tlllWo
Wo are nr a little surprised that the thoIntcrmoimnln theInterrtl theIntertitounjnIn
Intcrmoimnln Interrtl IntertitounjnIn illlnln Cnlhollo < gave Iwa place to totho totho torho
tho IllttmpCied I1l ° t tn cll11 and llladvlsod Iil latter lotturto
to which wo VO havo hero paid attention attuntlonVo
We Vo HUKgeiil that rite editor of that pa paper 1111fler papcr ¬
per may IIIny find n good Held for Cathode Cnthjlloexertion CllthJIIrcxerflfJu Cathodeexertion
exertion upon tho person 11 > 180n who ndntltshehnrf ndinltK ndinltKbolntf II < lnllllllIelnt
bolntf An Unieilecinrd A little pun punnnco IOnIICO puttonce
once IICO would woull1lwrhrllul perhaps nBRlst In that casohad caso casofind caHelIlIllermtoofl1lnnry
find lIlIllermtoofl1lnnry lend tu ordinary enlightenment and andcomindn onllCOIT andcorrimdn
comindn COIT I dl noneo Oi180 If not to a stnto of re redemption rec1e rut rutdeinptianl ¬
demption deinptianlit c1e llltorl1
A 1 FAfrUl IlKlOKl IlKlOKlHomebody HlWOItIHomcbod ItfloltIhomebody
Homebody has been sending n mis misleading 111111lc1ltin nialeoding ¬
leading dispatch from this city which tvhlchhan whichhag whichhnQ
hag caused cnusddilQl11o some Inquiry not to say sayKroat auytrMt saygront
Kroat alarm In the he Hast J nsl and the West WestThis WClIThl 1VestThis
This tlmolt time It t Is I not an antIMormon antIMormonpleco nlltl lorI1101l lorI1101l1lece
place of misinformation that has been beensent beensent Jeen Jeensent
sent abroad but tho annexed para partgraphs paragraphs 111111 111111jtrnphK ¬
graphs clipped from tho Hncramcnlo HncramcnloHee
Bee which editorially commento on tho tholatest thoInlcst
latest number n nl r of the Public Health I1calthlo I1calthloportll tu tuportu > u uportH
portH IfcBUod IlIlJu 1bY by tho Ito United States Ma Marine fl fltlho ¬
rune Hanplfr1 Service will explain tho thonature thoMUlro
nature ot the Halt Lake Lnl < o dispatch dispatchAn
An even en moro Interesting olroim olroimotanco lIrellIIotnneo elremtatmeo
otanco however is the report of n IIdcath
death from bubonic plague at SnIt Ink
City The report merely states In n
foot to t note regarding Urn deaths in Unit thntelt
city elt Ity that ono vas from bubonic phiBUo
In addition to It being n 1 matter ot otnod otgnod t
good nod deal d nl of interest It Is l highly 1m 1mpJttant Importatut m mlurtant
lurtant that aornethlns of the history hl tJI tJIot
ot f title case should bo mndo known knownnd Imonnntl knownnnti
nntl nd tho Marine Hospital Kervlco should shouldnnko 31101IIItmnko shouldmake
make the matter clear In the 1ublio 0
health Reports It Is of moro lrnpn lrnpnnnco 1tllntnnco Irnpmtaboo
taboo nnco that the sanitary Interoats of tho thoountry thocoulltr thecountry
country coulltr should know whether lilt cue cnsonmo ensocnl1o cuecarne o
carne ffom t t1tI California and the circum circumitancca elrlImllnllc elreumslnnces
llnllc itancca s of Its transmission to fialt nlt Lake
hnti than that they tlll should know just what wh t tI
k I bflns IIfln done In lllo Janeiro ret reulllllf udlu 1
plague
Tho story about n out a 1 case of bubonic buboniclague lIU bubonicpingite lllllc lllllc1Inguu
lague In Hits city cll la entirely untrue untruehe UttrUIrUe uutrurrite
rUe he Hoards of Health both thnt of th thItnto thIlnte the theHtnlo
Itnto nnd thnt of tho City Clt have hn no nooport 110l noreport
report l of such nn occurrence and non nonif II uonNof > M Mntlht
of ntlht if lieu medical practitioners hero have havilenrd hnvtlenrct haveheard
heard of t nu6h lu h a case AVo do not know Itaovvvlio Ilnolwho knowwho
who is the author of tho bad nll tldlns tldingielint tlllln tllllnthllt
lint have gone forth to tho country countrvbut
but wo assure our contemporaries Iastand Kast Kastnnd 1n9tnnd
nnd West thnt cither a great mNtaka mNtakama
has ma boon made or a 1 wilfully false and andwscloss
wscloss report has been Imposed upon
rho ho press and nllill1Iol1 upon the publicTo1 public publicTO
TO INVKSUOATIJ INVKSUOATIJThu loOIIU bGICLIThu loOIIU1hll >
Thu qano rnno of Admiral Adl1lrnlSchle Schley bids fnlr fai r
to bcuomo ns
Inlotmlnablo as some somemodern SOUKnodcrn SOI1IInollell
modern Wars ItopreBcntatlvo Williamstit Williams
tit MltfslRHlppi aJiS
Congress to up appoint uplolnt 1111poillt
point a 1 committco to investigate the thetruth tilltllth Ice
truth or 0 falsity tnllllt of tho statementmndo statements statementsmndo stntellwntsmn s
mndo mn < 1o by Maclay in his History of tne ii c
Navy No of the United States adopted for foruse fo fouse r
use at the Annapolh Naval academy academyand nendemnill
and also tho truth II uth or falsity tnlslt of the theallegation thanJlcHntlonthat tit titalicgatlom e
allegation nJlcHntlonthat that the proof sheets wcro wcrosubmitted we wetubinllled oro orou ro ero
submitted u t1ltte to and acquiesced In by m snlc nhj nhjlpt 1 1Cftpt
Cftpt t lpt Crownlnshidd 11I nnd tho said Hear HearAiltnlral Hearl11lrnl r
Admiral l11lrnl Sampson and to iccommond iccommondto lI 1
to tho ho Houso o of Hoprescntatlvca the thecourse thlCollreo tit titeutrree e
course of notion to be pursued by r the theHoUso tiltJIollsQ lit litllousq r
HoUso In consemionCo COn ljlIellcO at tho ascertain ascertainment nscertnlumont ascertainmeat ¬
mont of facts to be mails by the siiu siiucommlttiO 3I11ucollmlth ant antcoutmltte u
commlttiO commlttiOIt e eIt
It Is hdiluch much to lo regretted that the thecontroversy IheeontrotJrsy thecontra e
contra controversy + ursy ever occurred to cloud tin tinlory thtIClr lit c
lory IClr of the naval exploit nt Santiago SantiagoTho S ntlngo ntlngo1ho
The American n llcnn public Is satisfied that thatKoryono Ulllt10I1oM ha t
Koryono on that occasion O did hh lu lululy Ju1 Ju1lut luIuly I
luly lut nndcnrcji and cnrt3 cares huh little for aulbbiei aulbbieiaUout IJlllbbeHnU qulLUealfout s
aUout nU uI techrilcalltlos tlch lenllUcs howover entertain entertaining ntertnillIngthIl8ortIl ¬
ing IngthIl8ortIl thono may be to students of navuwarfare M111wltnrc nova 1
warfare or or experts on that subject subjectOut lIubJcrlDut subjcGBut t
Out sincothe slnco the mailer ma tel has hnsllrentl already hoemhdo bee beeainiulo beemlllie
iniulo public IUbii It may maybe be as well to pur purduo purSue
duo the Invistlpulon to tho fartlio fartlioond tnlthotlcn falhaend
end cn The Th impression has been b n croak cresltolomehow oroltUJomehow
somehow that the proof rooC sheets sh ts con conUlnlng contajlnlftlJ canttpting
Ulnlng tajlnlftlJ th6 objedlanablo roferenoei U laAchntral UAdmiral ItAdmiral
Admiral Schley WHO l ero submitted to Ad Admiral AdInlrn ¬
miral Hampson and all Captain Crot Crowntn CrowntnMhllUt CrowninIh3IIt + 7dn 7dnh
MhllUt h tald and were published with Ith thn thnnoprovnl thri1IIIronl thciipluovnl
noprovnl This hlil possibly Is false and andIttio andIto tMIfotJ
Ito that fact t 1et should bo made known knotmThn knoC1ITho knownTlnr
Thn conKresHiomil Inquiry howoVer howoVeru howo r rbe
deli u ii be continent colIln 1 to this point Olnt Hlono T Ttruth Tip TjOtruth < >
truth or falsity nr tlWecurricmu lbe lCurriiull11 btaU btaUtntnta IIlatMntu
tntnta uric now nou Mug IIII t Ing InvwltirnUd hlestl tII bj t1ymlln bjmen brmen
men omlnoittly qualified to PM uteri upun upuntht UllOnthttl
that matter Congressmen can throw thronno throno
no new M light tl ht upon U nntho the facts brought brougliout rollt rolltol
out ol during the hearing The public w i ibo 11 11bo
bo satisfied with lIh the verdict of th thunYtil th1Jt the
unYtil 1Jt ul llonr UontV Ioaru j whatever that may mn mna b bQu bc
Qu a fjsll fill an InvQHtlgatja tnillbtlgatrnlnstituted Instituted by Cqn CqnsT6w CQltor
sT6w r s might mlk1ith + help lp to clear cl nr two twoprQt1hi twoprQt1hieht pronlln pronllnant prouaiueat
ant naval oncers from the susplcloi lI
hat they possibly wcro parties IJI rtlol1 to tO1 tO1cIJnsplrllc a aconspirncY t tconspiracy
conspiracy lo defame n brother oOlcjr oOlcjrIt ollc r rIt
It shoild not tnka tnk long tlmo to asoor aseartan asooram Cta r rtam +
tam am from Ir l1l what sourco Mnolny rccolvid rccolvidiln
his iln Inflplrntlon rite rhofJCol1lo people are weary wearyof wenr wenrot
of the controversy and will Ill bo Rind lad toHI8 to tonre toroe
roe It t closed < lo cd with at little delay < lnla nil nlilceremony nilceremOIlY nilceremony
ceremony as posnlblo posnlbloVOICES pOHlllbltIWI possibleVVICF
VOICES tIWI H IOH IMH3I5IOSI PJtmCI 1 ItISf IU1 O l INUUfiSIAllusula IN INUUfiSIA INILUHSId1tusAla nUBSI nUBSII nUBSIJtu9
I
llusula Jtu9 fl l Is > slowly l101Y1 nwnkonlnnr to tOn n reali rea11ration realisation rcnllI1t1on ¬
ration of tho fact that It names religious religiousIberty rOllgloullIIbElII religiousliberty
liberty IIbElII The picts has IHH taken up the thelUostlonntid IhelIuosllonand thequostlonatd
lUostlonntid some of tho bolder Hpolies Hpoliesmen
men do not hcHlldto hesl hlto to demand demandIborty rollKlotl9 rollKlotl9liberty rnlIi ion ionliberty e
liberty patterned after tho thoenjoyed th Jrlvlh privilege privilegeenjoyed HIII HIIInJoye s
enjoyed nJoye < 1111 In tho United ll StntOf StntOfAt Sllllt SlllltA
At A t present t citizens cl tlzo II II of UUNSln and nndaliens nnllnllell8 andaliens d
aliens lonMlntr Ioslitln there nru tree 10 to profess professheir IHorelllltholr professtheir
heir own faith and practice tho 10 rollgioua 10Iglous leIIHlouBcorcmlllllo
Iglous IIHlouBcorcmlllllo coremonlod of tholr respective respectivechurchns re91ecthlehulchol respectivchurches e
churches This T ls prlvllcgo Is l accorded accordedo 1
to o Jloman Catholics CII thollcs J Jews 081 Moharn Moharniiodans JfohurnIIOdUII8 Dioliarntuudaus
iiodans and pagans Hut each un unmust ono onomist InoIIust o
mist worship In accordance with tho thofaith thofnlth thefaith
faith of his fathers No oils Is per pernltted POIrnltled peemilled
milled to paaa from ono church oh 1rch to > an tinatiter another anothel ¬
other or change Ills religion oxcupt oxcuptvo
vo 0 pr IJItsnh1c Riime from n 1 heterodox to the theorthodox thourthodox th thorthodox o
orthodox faith Tim attempt at con conertlntf converlln converting
ertlntf people from ono church to nn nnothor nnotlU another
other In l punished with hoaVy lloot penalties penaltiesQxwpt tnnltt09tfCoopt pennltlesexeepl
Qxwpt when the mlnletoi of htternanftnlrs Internal Internalnffnlrv InterllnlottnlrM I
nffnlrv on application grants tho prlvl prlvleo prlvllelG prtylogo
logo eo of inch conversion ooner IMI Tho profes profession IItoCeaaloll protcesloe ¬
sloe and lilt propaganda l Of f agnosticism 1 1nlrtn fr fraltti s
altti prohibited prohlbltfldTho prohibitedTho ll
Tho liberal olomont o1 inonl In Hussln want wantcliaugo n nchange nChnl1tQ
change In this re raupoct poct Tliey charac characerize chnrnctel1ze ch trac tractetize
erize the oxlstliii I tllI lawn nM n antiquated antiquatedind nlUIUnl d dInti
and iiBol uBollta BS a fact supported by the thexlstonco thooxilltcnco tit titexistence o
existence In Hula Itup + in notwithstanding all allestrlotlon nilrntrlctlon allrestrictions
restrictions of millions of dlsscnturs dlsscntursvho ItlaJontdrswho ehia ontur onturwho a
who are carrying on their propaganda propagandaamidst prapaganQamidst u uQllIllI
amidst QllIllI t much persecution Hut the thoconservative theoonlllrvttlvo tit titeoneervatlvo u
conservative clement dread any change changehe chnlSoTho cluitiugeTho
Tho he Novoyc Vrctnya VrclI n Ifl It e quoted as fol folown tolloW tutiowa
own loW In uppoMtlon to the demands for forIborty torII forliberty
liberty libertyhint II IbortyWhat bort
bortWhnt
What hint would WOllIIIlJecorno become of Ilussla Hu ll It slid slidlormlttod Elf Elfporl111ttm1 elipormattod a
lormlttod the ho opun 111101I1r0J1l1ll1l1l1n propaganda ot Ho Homini Itomntii
mini 1111 CnthollcUm en thollcl m Protestantism or orludulsm n r
ludulsm IH our priesthood prle thoo prepared preparedor d
for or n Hiiccciisfiil struggle utfalnut tho thoastute thoIMtllta ho hoastute
astute Jesuits or II the Indomitable JoW JoWvlmsf JoWwllnse Jewwhose
whose power Is reinforced by that of ofgold u ugold ItHohl f
gold Trcodom l of conscience COl1 ClllllCe 1 JK tit titBoni tHo tHoton tllolIon e
ton Boni I but our advance must bo extreme extremey trem tremh
h y cautious Until Itussla ituchcu a ailgh IIhljh
high degreo of Intelleotual development developmentthe
the government must protect Iroteclthe the ole olecount clement elomcnt ¬
count of nationalityami nntlonnlltYlIndllttucks attacks on tir tirtuitional the theUitlonal tIo1lItlol1nl o
Uitlonal religion nro attacks upon na nutthonnlltyoxaelty nalotiallty Illtlol1nllIoxnclly
tlol1nllIoxnclly lotiallty oxactly UN young you ilK nations nnIl0I1111ro nnIl0I1111rotllt proteat pro proct
teat ct tlulr Industries from tho Hood o of oforolgn ottorolHI1 f
foreign goods goodsIt ool1s
It Is no doubt tine that the Tttisslan Tttisslanirlcsts Httsslnprlcslfi dtslapriests n
priests would nt present have tho thoworst tl10worSI th thwars o I
worst of tin argument with dissenters dissentersbut dlssentorbut
but In tha long run tho orthodox orthodoxchurch orlho orthodoxchurch < < 1ox 1oxchurch
church would gain by such n 1 struggleThe struggle struggleThe
The 1h priests would have to o seek n higher highereducation hlgholtJlIUCllllol1 higltoeducation r
education than Is now general among amongthem IImongthem anon anonthem R
them They would develop bettor ora oratory Molor aratort ¬
tory lor They The would have to think nnd nndtho flneltho nn nnIto d
tho people would he benefited by b tit titelevatlan tho tholevatlon thoteVfltlon a i I
levatlon morally and nll < 1 Intellectually of ofthe otthe o othe t
the clergy A church that Is held to together togother together ¬
gether by law Instead of by Intelligent Intelligentundeistanding IntollljfonttllllOlstnhtJlng intelligentunderstanding
undeistanding of lieu th principles advo advocated IIdvoented ndvocased ¬
cased will always bo a C house built upon uponHand uJonll1ml a I Istaid
Hand Give 01 tho people perfect freedom freedomto treedoto m
to choose their faith find they will ltd ildvanco ltdallco adyanco
vanco rapidly along the lines of mod modorn modon modorn
orn progress Without rollfloua free freedom troclorn treedarn ¬
dom < there can bo o no civilization civilizationUndo ctllza civilizationUnclo tlon tlonUncle
Undo Sum ran now dig the isthmian isthmiancanal tlthrnlncnnni tsthmincanal °
canal without picking a quarrel quarrelIt
It will take an amount voua equal to tho thoransom tho111118011I th e
ransom demanded for her ter release rel ns to topay 10pny t tpay I
pay Miss rr1 11 Stones board bill Llllit It she Is nu nusoon not notsoon 1I0tsoon t
soon liberated liberatedHaving IIIJerntedBuvlng liberatedIldtving
Having received John Bulls porous permission pOImlslol1 porousstout ¬
stout to dig tho Nicaragua Nlcnrll ulI1I canal at his hisown hisOWI1 hl e
own expense Uncle Ham should lose no notlmo nolime n ntune o
lime In t beginning e g to dig digCareful tillCnrefulle °
Careful reading lIll1ff of his message messago makes makesone t textremely s
one extremely desirous of knowing knowingwhether kllowlngwhother g
whether tho President holds that the thepen thlpcn tit e
pen la mightier thnn tho sword
Politician nnd a luncheon or dinner dinnernt dlnneat r
nt the White House a mighty poor sub substitute substltule substlttte ¬
stitute for an Invitation to walk up d dthe to tothe tolhe
the plo 110 counter nnd help themselvesHlnco themselves themselvesSlnco thclnsehesSlnco
Slnco prize fights becamo JeClII firmly entrenched en entrenched entrenched ¬
trenched In Connecticut that state from frombeing trombeing ton tonheing
being known as the land of steadyhabits steady steadyhabits sltnllyhuJlts
habits may become known as tho land landot
ot groggy conditions conditionsTho conditionTho
Tho Democratic Indications arc that thatEdward IhntEdnrd thatEdward
Edward M Shepards middle Initialstands initial initialstnnds Intllnltnnds
stands for Moses Mosessnys says the Boston BostonHerald DoslonHernld BostonI1crahL
Herald Wrong It clearly stands for formud fornmd forrho
mud mudTho nmdrho
rho Duke of Manchester recently re referred 10fcrred rut ¬
ferret to his creditors ns a 1 band oflope of ofhope othO1e
hope It would have been moro no accurate nocumte nocurate ¬
curate to have referred to them ns nsabandon ua uaabanllon asabandon
abandon hope hopes 1 1A
A Mlssouil club has been organized organizedin
in New York which causes tho Kansas KansasCity KundaCity
City Star to remark that New York isbccuming Is Isbecoming IslIecomlng
becoming cosmopolitan Tho discovery discoveryIs
Is u 1 little late but perhaps 1crhl s It Is bettor bettorInto bettorInto
Into than t never neverMr noerMr
Mr Ilouiko Cockran Cocl < ran says that the theconquest thoonlJuost
conquest of tho Transvaal while it ittwlsht Ittnllht
might be dangerous nnReroulI to the burghers burfihersMould llrshorslIollhl
Mould be fatal to England Does oey ho horeally hottally
really believe h Ueo that or Is It a moro flight flightof
of oratory England has IIn made mn < 1e n good goodmany gooelmllny
many conquests but BO far none hasbeen hU9IICon has tinsbeen
been fatal toher 10 her nor Is It nt nil llkoly llkolythat lIIealythnt
that the conquest of the Transvaal Transvaalwould Trnllmlnlwoultt
would prove any exception It Mr MrCoakrnn 111Cookrnn b1rCookrat
Coakrnn IS really sincere In this asser assertion nssertlon ¬
lion he must desire the success of Eng England EngInnl1 ¬
land for It would mean tho downfall It OIl tall of ofEngland oCl
England l the wish II h nearest n < nrcllt and dearest dearestto
to the th hearts of all Irishmen IrishmenThe Irlshmellfhe
The tic nuffnlo fair wan a financial fail failure Cnlurl ¬
url and nnllt It seems thnt Congress Is to bo boailccd boAlce 1aasked
asked to make good gool1the the deficit The Theclilaf Thoelllet Thecitlef
clilaf ground upon which the request requestis
is to bo made It that had President ProatdcaticltGnley PresidentMcKlnley lrcldcntldClnley
McKlnley not been assassinated n Bnnlnntt l there therethe thcrthe therethe
the receipts would have covered coereelllll all ex
peruses The PanAmerican Ian Amerlcan deficit Is Isa Isn Ina
a part of the th great trngrdy says tI1 Hep Heprrwntftthf llopreeentative p pl
rrwntftthf l > ntltIf DcAlvn S Alexander Thateaunde That Thatunundi ThatlOunl1s
unundi very vcr llko an attempt to play pInyon pInyonthe on onthe onthe
the sympathy of the hI people To Buih Buihnn lIu suthan h han
an argument It might be retorted that thaihad thath1lt thathnd
had there been no Pan PanAmerican Amortcan exltlon ex 1xtAltion x xIltlRltion
IltlRltion > < ltlon the th President of the UnitedHiates United inlte1laI InltedNtates
Hiates laI would not have boon assassinat assassinated nssas lnllt lnlltHI ¬
ed Buffalos claim to financial 1 aid aidshould nldshould nl < 1 1shoul
should be bn need rd on some better groundAnd ground groundAnd
And 1111 now Mr Ir Carnegie proposes to togive tf tfgle togive
give ten million dollars for university unlvcrxltextension unlver8textnslol1 universityextension >
extension teaching In the United Stated StatedKor StntlsFor SlatesNor
For him It is a new departure < Ahc Ahdperhaps Ahcperhaps tld tldperhl1ps
perhaps It Is better b tter than to tofound found a aWunlvur a4i attetVunhurstly
Wunlvur ttetVunhurstly 4i nlvurslty lty t to < S bbcalled l ucl 1Hl1riit after r llun llunThere him hUnTh himThere
There Th re hap been b nti a tendency ttriM td td tdbv over erhtpl f hiul Mtll
tlply Institutions otltut10n of higher loninlnsf Ot Otldto QfId Otltltp
ldto Id o years t yearennd rs nnd not specially to the bend bontit benCat
tit flk nt of higher 11 > education l Ittf Mr MrUniversity PftllHUlOH Cntmtrlantmlversity II IIIIIIVcr8lty
University extension plan propones propoSCSroost proponesmost Ilropo ell ellnt
most likely to make avail of cxlstln cxlstlnUniversity exi cxlethlguniversity thllt thlltIJlllvtIIlty
University faelllUen and tint to glue th thteaching ttlc ttlcIClIOh11l1t Ito Itoteaoldng
teaching where It Will do the mot motRood most 11I08tgooc1 mostgood
Rood It should have i a I Vary matdrla matdrlanlluencft mntGrlalInlluCllc mntorialInlluonch
nlluencft on university education J < In titlecountry thl thlcountry this thisCountry
country and a 1 very cIovntlnK one 0110ucalors Ed Educatora 11 11ucntorll
ucatora will bo on tho th qui vivo to Imow 1nowwhat Imowwhnt < no nowhnt
whnt tho details me It t would full ot ntany f fany otIny
any really rellll Rood ROo purpose should the furujo fupd fupdbe furu U1ltbl
bl jo used tor poor but otherwise worth worthinstitutions worthyInstltutlous
institutions institutionsTho
Tho American 1cdoratlon of Lobar Lobartins Iabolias Inborhns
tins adopted a 1 reuolutlon denouncing denouncingWu CllounclngWu
Wu Tint Kang l lIn the Chinese minister ministerfor mlnlsteltor
for ur having rondo mn < 1o tho alleged romuri romurithat romlltltthnt romttfuthat
that when the Ameilcan people art tirobiased artbiased nNblusoI
biased they are beyond nrsumcnt am amjcuBon and nndellIJOII
treason does not appeal to them I IWu It ItWu If1Vu
Wu mada nl that remark his error con confllflted conaillted
aimed In contlnliiK It to thus America Americapeople AmericabPeople I
people I > rite fact Is that It applies applies to tonil tonil toall
nil peoples In 1111111 all ages This very vcr do donunclutory donuncllltJry donunClutprY
nunclutory resolution proves the truth trullof truthof
of tho remarkTho romark1ho remark
lire Presidents message has brought broughtthe broiiRhtho rotlnhttho
tho Monroe doctrln do unglrlnp trJM to tho fore Henry HenryLooinls HonryLoolllly lJanryLocrule
Looinls Nelson writing of the 1un 1unAmerican lnnAmerican 1nmAmerican
American congress congress Bays There Is no noa not notn
a Bonth American country which does doesnot 110011not duesnot
not bellovo 1 > that tllI t under tho Monroe doc doctrine doctrillO dockulna ¬
trine wo propose rol > o8o to o absoib nil the theSpanishAmerican thOHllnlll
SpanishAmerican Hllnlll hAtnt1rlcnn nations They tire nrowrontf 1110wrong tirewrong
wrong What tho Lnltod States pio pioposes PIO1108cn
poses Is precisely what Htnnloy pro proposed proJollcd propouted ¬
posed In 11 tho case of Kmln Pjwhato Pjwhatorescue Inllhntorescll Pashatorescue
rescue them whether or not they want wanto 1111 1111to
to o bo rescued rescuedTlin Icscuedrlll
Tlin JUKdlllliNlH MlCSfUUi MlCSfUUiNow mSIJAOINew
Now York Mall and nnlllxples nnlllxplesho Uxprcss UxprcssThe
The ho mcssuga Is to voluminous ami so socrummca socrulllnlcd 80ornnmled
crummca with dlscunrlon of mattero of ofwide otwhlo ofwide
wide Interest lint U Is Impossible to tocrowd tocrowd tocrowd
crowd an adequate ulll qunto review revlewot of It within withini
IL i moderato mo < 1eruto space It Is characterized characterizedy ell ellb
b by > y the lofty 10ftIIIIlrlt spirit and high purpose of ofIs
Its Is author Much Is loft to the un unrulded unguided unguided
guided wisdom of Congress which may mnymply In InIInl
mply IInl a 1 becoming tJ < modesty mUl modesty eKty on the part partof
of the President coming suddenly tu tutho tulho totho
tho duties < of his high oillco without withoutho
the ho long tinlnlng In national I1tt tloMI ltl affairs nftallHthnt
hat had lndtlllc1 filled the mind and ripened ripenedtho
tho judgment judgmentof of hie predcccrmor predcccrmorNow
Now Yoik ISvenlnff Post PostPiesldont PoslIteshloul PoshPresident
President HOoHOvelts lust 1i1 1 message to to2omioss
2omioss Con lcsg Is no longer limn President
MoKlnlcya last 11I t one Yet we 0 cannot cannottclp
help thinking thlnl < lng that It Is much too Inns lon
Tho tendency of our President to until untilllply mulllply lI1ultlply
llply words wor a In tholr annual communi coutmuplcottons communications commuJllclition ¬
cottons to Congress 1I8 has Inll been een very no
Jccable tlcen lo In recent years enro yet It cannot
bo sold that lint the tlconumber number of readers has 1msnoreased
increased correspondingly corr lJolIlllIllJb or that theeffect the theeffect theotCecl
effect upon Congress has been Improv ¬
ing On the conttnry < tho attention attentionwhich nttclltlonwhIch attentionwhich
which the th President command1 cither
In the country or among senators and nndrepresentatives nnllreprsentntlcs
representatives 1 Is rather In Inverse Inverseproportion ImcrKeIroorlon
proportion to tho number of words that
tie uses to convoy his fleas The rca reason rcn80n ¬
son Is very plain Tho mass Is I so greatthat great greatthat
that the average man cannot assimilate assimilatetho
tho whole nt a once The mind Is fatigued tatlruellby
by the attempt to do so soChicago 130ChlclIgo soChicago
Chicago lUCordHerald lUCordHeraldOf necord Iterald Iteraldht
Of course President Roosevelt Hoo ovell re rethe ¬
iterates tho Monroe doctrine aa a car ¬
dinal feature C turO of the foreign policy of nil allthe niltho
the nations of the two Americas ay ayIt nllIt tieIt
It Is of tho United States lie makes makesnn mn1 < cl1 cl1IIn
nn eloquent plea for the strengthening strengtheningof
of the navy which must bo adequate adequateto
to our position In International affairsWe affairs affairsWe nrtnlrsWo
We must not notcourt court disaster in the role roleof roleot roleof
of a nation nltonopulcnt opulent aggressive and andunarmed nnllunnrmelt andunarmed
unarmed Ho 1IofollowII follows the recommenda recommendations recolllmen < 1n 1ntlOlloot ¬
tions tlOlloot ot Secretary noot In 1 regard to totho tJ tJth tothe
the th reorganization of the army which whichho hlchho
ho says soyais Is largo enough for present necossltleR ne necessities nocessltles ¬
cessities
Kansas City Olt Star StarTho SlllrTho StarThe
Tho political weight of the United
States In the clmncclorlea of Europe Is Isstrikingly
strikingly trll < lngly Indicated In the Interest with withwhich withwhich
which tho slate stltollnpars papers of this country
are awaited 1 II C11 and discussed In both oin alnclot oinclal omclnl
clot and press circles abroad That
President Roosevelt has attracted un unusual UIIusunt ¬
usual attention on tho other side of
the Atlantic Is evident eld nt In tho exccp
form Importance attached In England Englandnnd
and on the continent to his first message mes message mOhsalfo ¬
sage It IlIa Is apparent from the comments commentsthat commentethnt
that not n few persons expected some ¬
thing of a radical daring or oven spec ¬
tnculnr character and tho satisfaction satisfactionover
over the sobar tone one the Intelligence Intelligencennd
anti conservatism of the address to
Congress Is especially manifest In the theeditorials thoNtltorlnls theeditorials
editorials of tho London and Berlin Berlinpapers 1Jcrllntlu1ers Berlinpapers
papers
San Francisco Chronicle ChronicleThe
The President Is of the opinion that thatwhen thntwhen hatwhen
when tho farmer and the laborer nro nrowell nrowell arewell
well off everybody Is as prosperous tw Is Ispossible Ispos Ispossible
possible pos lble In this thl world Ho therefore fa favors tllvors a avote ¬
vors every oor practicable form of protec protectlon ¬
tion to American labor Among the themcasusPs thClIIenSUPB thencactos
mcasusPs which ho suggests tor the theprotection theprotection theprotection
protection of labor are not only tho thomaintenance th thmnlntcllnnll htv htvtnalntenance
maintenance of our present tariff and
tho lie enactment < of more stringent Immi Immigration IInl11lrntloll hnnrlgratlon ¬
gration lawc but that In all govern government governlI1en governmeat ¬
meat lI1en t controits con trlllts it should bo provided providedthat IJrOldcdthat providedthat
that the materials to bo furnished shall shalfo
bo o produced under such conditions of
hours and comfort of workers ns are aroprescribed nroby areprescribed
prescribed by tho regulations of organ orgllnzed ¬
ized zed labor The President favors the theabsolute thenbsoluto lieabsolute
absolute exclusion of all nllllerRons persons below belowa
a certain standard of economic fitness fltnesBto
to enter our Industrial llfo as competi compot ¬
torn of American Amerknnlubor labor a clause which whichevoked whicheololl urltlchevoked
evoked such applause from both shies shiesof
of tho Houso ns Indicated the speedy spcrdyreenactment slleedyroennctment speedyreenactment
reenactment of tho Chinese exclusion
law 111
San Francisco Call CallThere CnllThere CallThere
There Is In It an Indescribable zest
and nn Infusion of tho youth optimism
And the experience of Its author which whichgives whlhelves whichgives
gives it n place by b Itself In the line of ofpresidential orJlresldcn ofpresidential
presidential Jlresldcn tllli messages m < ssoJclI It will 11I bo read
through by more people than ever be
fore read nn entire message It hohls
nut hope nnd support for those whit whuwould whllwnuht whitwould
would recreate our merchant marine
for fol the pr protected teltt11 Interests Intorestslltrusllng struggling
Into nto strength stren th for labor looking for se security necllrll soetirlty ¬
curity cllrll of its foothold for commerce commerceinensurlng IommcreolIIolIsurlnj comiciercomeasuring
measuring ItMf Itf1 lr with tho world and for formanhood tormnnhoolt formanhood
manhood that stands upon uponlts Its own feel feeland teetnnll feetand
and turns Its tB forehead tor henll to the stars starsSt
St Paul Pioneer 1lon r Press PressTho 1resTho PressThe
Tho wide rnngo of important Im ortnnt topics topicscovered topIcscoverelt loptescovered
covered by b the message meSRa e forbids B even
the briefest glance nt them In one arti artlc1e article nrtlcle ¬
cle and the Presidents discussion of
them Is so pregnant with well consid ¬
tired fmBirestloni that It will he neces necesitnry necelIary
itnry to deal with Ith them In separate ar ¬
ticks as occasion oCl lon serves
RECENT PUBLICATIONS PUBLICATIONSThe
The November number of The Land Lam1of Landof
of 0 Sunshine has many features of ofspecial orpellnl ofspecial
special Interest to Western readers renlIersmon
Among mon there are the handsomely II 11luetrlltlll
lustratc < l nrtlclo A Week of Won WallIllrll ¬
ders by h Chas ha9 F Lumnu Some
Freaks In Wild flowers Oco L 1Lenv 1Lenvens Lcav Lcavens Lenvens
ens The Peril of the Sierra Mad Madre re
T P 1 Iuknis A Navajo Initiation
Dr Washington Matthews and Early
Western History HIstoryCram from documents nev novor never nevor ¬
or before publisher In EiiRllsh EnJlIshtho EngllshtbeRemelon tho R Rlaelon nInelon <
melon of Fray rny Estovan J de < Peren 01 01New n
New Mexico In 1633 63 Besides these thesethere thlscthero thesethere
there are contributions on other topics topicsof
of general Interest The illustrations illustrationsaro
are abundant nnd first chase It is a apublication npubllcntlon apublication
publication that all will 11 read with 1th in interest Intorest Interest
terest It is both instructive In and enter entertnlnlnp entertnlnlnIos entertainingLos
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nnd entrancing view beyond description < Its ollact oll dct In loveliness is g enhanced enhancedby olllltu olllltuhy
by tho vast number of multicolored 11ullti OO1Ored olootrlc olo t1lc lights made to do service in intho inj Inthe
tho most artistic way Tim exhibition will bo a joy to all Parents Parentsshould Plrcntsshoulll 1arrds8110111111ot
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great profit I root in delight h to tho little ones Come everybody everybodyit
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