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BAM BArT F ArkE2 LAKH i CITY VEUII l 1004 1004A 1003F 1003A 1o 1oA
Tho water Wat r rIGhts of tho th ell cllY tinder tindertho um1ertho undertim
tho conntltutlan aria arulllws law ot tho State Stateextend I3tutecxtetI Hnltutenl
extend not only to their beneficial inw inwwithin UtJewlthlll tluewithin
within tho city limit but to tlio con control cuntO cfrntoV ¬
trol of tho fltrctims which Bra tho thotources thoJoureelil therources
tources of supply before they cnt enter enter1h080 r rthoso
thoso llmltt in commenting comm ntlng upon the tliodecisions thodecIllions thei1ecIn
decisions nf tho theIInreino Hiiprcmo flll romo court In 1s favor favorof
of tho thoElectric Klcctrlo Toner company we ro rofurred roo rootirrcd roerred
furred to the question of lint control controlnnil cOlltrolfind conttollInti
find Us It II apparent Invasion by b n private privatefcumpany prlvAtoumpany privatetimtany
fcumpany fcumpanyU umpany1t
U t has been b asserted In reply to what whatvo vhAtco t
vo 10 mentioned that tho decisions do not notput notput riotput
put tho cltjrn clyulghtilln rights In Jeopardy at all allAnd AlliAne1 aliAlI1
And tho roason nsnlcncd for this ns nsfortlon alferUor UCrertloit
fortlon is Hint the cOmpahY after Ink taking Inkhlgoul totsngout ¬
ing hlgoul out th the water which the law places placesin Illnc 8
in 11 control of t the city Is required to ro roturn toiurn rohim
turn tho vntt > r to 0 tho citys ditch un uncOtUarnlnakd unclllltl1mlnated uncontti
cOtUarnlnakd contti lnaled undiminished and an at the tlmlovel thtJovel theluvel
lovel established by tho city cityIt cityItls cityIt
It Itls Is true thAt tlio courts decision decisiondoes decJuionoe oclsloni1o
does i1o oe make tlnit requirement which IB IBnit Isfill lenil
nit right eo far as It goes 001l Hut sup mipliono up upNI
liono NI o tho prlrnto company which Is lathug IstllU isthtm
thug permitted to Interfere In with th thcontrol lhll lhllcnlrot thcqntrot
control vetted In a public corporation corporationfor
for or the benefit ot tho people fails to re return ref reftUrn yeturn ¬
turn tho wftter In tho condition and andquantity andqUllntlty andquantity
quantity nnd place so designated designatedvliora dtslgnntellvherl deignateMhortS
vliora Is tlm peoples remedy The Thecompany ThoIQrnpllny Thuccnnpany
company Is viewed as In on Insolvent Insolventcondition Insll1entconlltlon insoWenttonijition
condition bccauso It Is In tho hands handsof
of a receiver In n what condition docs docsthat doCithllLlclIt doesthat
thllLlclIt that leave the people ieop of this city cityIt cityIl cityIt
It should bo remembered In viewing vlowlnJtht viewingthLi viewingthis
this Important questIon that It Is not notmerely notnerely notSnerety
merely a conflict between two Individ Individimls iflIividstats
stats or private corporations cor orlltlons but be between between betveen ¬
tween a public body composed of rnnny rnnnythousand mnnythouslnd manythunnt1
thousand cltlzcnn organized Into a mu municipality municIpality musiclpa1ity ¬
nicipality and havlnit special rights rightsconferred rlihtsconCerre1 rihteconferred
conferred by statute OB B to the control controlna
na well as the u use o ot o certain waters for forpublic torpubllo or orpubHe
public purges and a private cor corpartition cororntliJn coypprtti
partition n taking tho watoru wlltcrlfsIIPPOSC wlltcrlfsIIPPOSCto supposed supposedto
to bo b under public control cOlltrollllld uml not diverting divertinghem dlvcrtlnthem divertingthem
them for private uses nnd personal personalProfit perllonnlNOfttl pernonni1yOflte
Profit That to tOUII us Is a very great dlf dlffcrenco dlt1crenc diterence
1crencHow fcrenco fcrencoHowever erenceUowcver
However How ver It Is useless S perhaps to torommont toromment tokommcnt
rommont further on that phase of the thenltuatlon theltUllllolI thetdtualiuii
nltuatlon Wo have not presented our ourViews our ourJeUs ournons
Views of o the subject by Way Of t adverse ndvcvsotrltlclsm ndvclIIotrltlel adversetrItfc1m
trltlclsm trltlel m but that tho facts may bo bounderstood 110tmdclIJtood hounderstood
understood and tho conditions now ex existing ex111t1n ez1stlng ¬
isting may mB bo fully met The decision decisionpf
pt the courts does notdeprlve tho city of oftho oftho ofthe
tho right to go above the present J1r ont point pointbf
bf r the city diversion of tho water In Into Into ino ¬
to o Its canal The city may go on with withtho withtho withthe
tho project which was W S long ago con contemplated contemplnted contemptated ¬
templated for the purpose of taking takingput toklogput takingput
put the Jordan water UI the stream streamhearer strMmtlCBrer atramrenrer
hearer to the dam and Into the IhoEast Gait
Jordan canal which would give ho a fall fallnf CnllfJt trillat
nf nearly eighty feet nnd permit the theVater tbolItllr thewater
water to bo conducted on n higher lev level levd Icyci
el than at present which gives but n nHfty niUty atitty
Hfty feet fall ColInnd and bo of vastly greater greaterbenefit greatertJenofit greaterbenefit
benefit to tho public Wo endorse tho thorecommendation thorocomnumdallon therocomniendation
recommendation that the city proceed proceedfet
fet once to secure this right from rpm Invasion In litruslon h hnsion
vasion by proper action actionWhen nctlollWhen actiotiWhen
When the bonds election was under underton IInlleronslderntlon undertonsIderatIon
ton tonsIderatIon = lderatlon the representatives of tho thoHtypleUged tholtypl thut
HtypleUged t ltypl ity pITged iJged Itlo It 10 the expenditure of a afertnln nertnln atertntn
fertnln amount for tho lowering of tho thoChannel thohannellll1 thorhannel
Channel hannellll1 and aii the prosecution ot this nee neefcssary neotasary nectssary
fcssary work ork This was a great Induce Inducement InduclJIIent Inducenent ¬
ment to voters oter In supporting tho prop proptuition Ilropbltlon vrovbeitlon
tuition for the Issuing of thoso bonds bondspho bonl18trho bondsirho
pho pledge has not been satisfactorily satisfactorilyifulfllled IlItistactnrllyull1led
H ifulfllled Something ought to be dono donopt donof doneonce
f pt t once In that direction and we urge urgeihls urgef
f L ibis upon tho consideration ot tho pros present prosI ¬
I L ent nt City Council with the Mayor as of ofuch otl ofnuth
l I1uch uch greater moment than a prolonged prolongedUlspute llrulonsollr Prolonged1l3pute
r Ulspute ijl pute over the th removal or lr r appoint appointment npllolntrl1enl appointinent ¬
ment of a city omcer Gentlemen pro proMod procod proeed
Mod cod at once and take the proper steps stepsIn
In this Important Im orlant mofemohtl mofemohtlTUB lIIoiinontlTilE ntosemohtlTIlE
The question which day of the th week weekh
h the proper day of rest seems to be botroubling betrollblh belroublhig
troubling trollblh r some church members who whoJmve whoIne whoava
Jmve Ine como In contact with teachers ot otBevcnthday oCf3evcnthduy ofevcnthdny
Bevcnthday doctrines That nectar nectarlans Reetllrlans sectarlane
lans should find It dllUcult to meet meetpome mcotfomo meetsome
some of tho objections raised to tho thoNew thoNew theew
New ew Testament Sabbath can cause causeno cousel0
no l0 wonder Hut the Latterday Saints SaintsImvo SaintsJII1VO aintelavo
Imvo a Jinn foundation to stand on as asregards nlNnrds asregards
regards this plain question as n well as asothers aftothers asothers
others of Importance They need not notputter notutrer notriutfer
putter shipwreck of faith In controver controversies con trover troverfilf ¬
sies filf pf t that nature natureOn natureOn natureOn
On the 7th day of August ISJt the theRalntB theahts thegaints
RalntB ahts were told In a revelation given giventhrough glvonthrough giventhrough
through the Prophet Joseph that thin thinIB thllIs thisI
IB I a day appointed unto you ou to rest restfrom restfrom restfrom
from your our labors and to pay lJIl thy tit dovo dovotlons dcotlons ilevotions
tlons unto tho Most 1 > High This reve revelation revelation roveintion ¬
lation wan given on a Sunday as can canbo canbe canbe
be ascertained by reference to the cal calendar OIltendllr oatendar ¬
endar for the year 1SU This fact factelves factges notgives
elves the greatest st significance to tho tholanguage thoi
i language tan nC of the revelation But re remember remember remember ¬
member that on this the Lord day daythou dart dart1hou datthou
thou halt offer thine oblations and thy thySacraments tliyJAeraments thyracraments
Sacraments unto the Most High con confeulng conleulng confeasing
feulng thy tins unto > thy brethren ad andbefore adbetore adbefore
before the Lord This leaves no noroom noroom noroom
room fur doubt ai uto to which day dB has
been set t apart by b tho Mont High li lithis In Intills Inthis
this i1lin L11 dispensation entaton n utlon nt ts the UI day of t ros rosnnd rcst rcstoud rostand
and ittivotlon This tho Lords day day1can al1Ycnn dayCan
can moan no other day than that or orwhich on onwhlah onwhich
which tho revelation wn wnll cvon And Andthat Andthat Andtlilit
that wai WB on the first day of tho wcclc wcclcAlleged wcolcAlltod wecicAlleged
Alleged private revelations to tho con contrary contrary cotstrary
trary may ba rejected aa Spurious I Iat It Itat Ifat
at any ny time Usa Lord should deem 1 1good It Ittood itgood
good to reveal rovealllnythhl anything further on the thoqucitlon 110Q thequestion
question Q etlon Ho would do so through the thelegitimate Ihelegttlmhto theIegtttmtito
legitimate channels find not through througlprivate Ihroulltprlvllto throughprivate
private Interpretation nut until unitlint untiltbnt untilthat
lint occur the ho revelations already alreadygiven Blrcadygiven alreadygiven
given on the subject contain tho wen wenot word wordat
ot the Lord to the Balntu SalntllBnll and tho con controversy controtr8Y cOntroversy ¬
troversy Is thereby ended endedIf
If wo look to the New ew Testament for forlight torIIcht foriigiit
light on the Babbalh question we flnd flnithat flndtha flndthat
that t tho resurrection rOlu rrlctlon of f our Lord took tookplace toolcplco tookplace
place on tho first day 1111 of th the week as asdid asdid asdid
did also that Pentecostal l outpouring ot ottho ottho ofthe
tho Holy Bplrlt Prom these facts tho thoconclusion thocOllclu lieconclusion
conclusion cOllclu lon Is I Inevitable that tho first firstfollowers firllttcllower firstfollowers
followers of the Nazarono azurene should look lookupon lookupon lookupon
upon that flay with special 11 > eclnl reverence reverencennd
and obnervo It with appropriate de devotional c1evotlonal devtlonaI ¬
votional cicrclMfl excrcl tfl It I Is certain hat thBtv thatvery hatvery
very v rr early the Christians hold regular tegularmeetings tOBularlIIeetlnlrs regularintetitigs
meetings on that day Acts 20 7 71 I ICor ICor ICor
Cor 10 iCs 2 It U I also certain that tho thoday thodny theday
day was called the Lords day Key Keyl
l 1110 1i 10 10What 10lVhat
1110Wl1at What particular teaching wire given givenby tlvenby givenby
by tho Apostles at that tlmo on tho thoSabbath thoSallbnlh thegabbath
Sabbath question qU atlolJ Is not on record but butIt
It would bo Inconsistent to assume that thattho thnttho thatthe
tho Christians gathered for special edl edljlcallon etJlI1caUon cdlIlcation
jlcallon and the partaking of the Sacra Sacramental SacrAmenta i3acramental ¬
mental emblems a on that day without withouttho i
tho wincllon of their divinely Inspired Inspiredcachet In inspiredteachets plrc1 plrc1teachetl
cachet In fact a n Haw day for such suchexercises suchtX sudsxercIsee
exercises tX < lrolfls waa wa absolutely needed Tho Thoold Thoold Theold
old Sabbath observance had no bear bearIng bellrIng bearIng
Ing on tho new Christian life Tho es esBontHUfl uCnUntll ussenilnis
BontHUfl of n 1 Christian day of rest had hadno balltIO
no loom In the Hebrew Babbath ob observance obOrflnCe ohperyctoceS ¬
servance Both could ho kept but not noton notOn noton
on the some day Their ulunlfloanco ulunlfloancowas
was IIS HO different one l being > Ing th the sign of ofa otn
a covenant botweendod and one nation nationthe nnUonth nationuse
the th other being a commemoration of ofthat otthnt ofthat
that victory by which salvation was wasmade WIUInode WUStriade
made possible Jo lble to all nations to tho tholiving tholiving theliving
living nnd tothedrad tothedradThs to the dead dfRdTh1l1 deadThls
Ths seems to hive been fully real realised Tenlbed realizeci ¬
bed In tin tll first ChrUtlan churches churchesFor churcheI
For I or wherever Hebrew Influence Influencewas
was paramount both olh the Babbath labblUhand labblUhandthe and andtho
the Iordfl day Were kept holy But ButhU DutIhls 131stthin
hU could for obJnui reasons not notbn notbnpermllnent bo bopermanent hopermanent
permanent And when it was deemed deemedleccasary deorno1neccssJlty deemednecessary
necessary to choose between the two twothe twothe twothe
the Lords day wAs given Iven the prefer preference preforeM preferonce ¬
once Emperor Constantino endeavored endeavoredjy cnd lvored lvoredIy
b jy Ural enactments to make that day daya
a day of rest Unnecessary labor was wasrohlllted Williprohlblled wanprohibited
rohlllted UK sere also public I > ublle per pcrormnnces Ilcrtormoncc perforrnancee
ormnnces In the theaters There could couldbe
be 16 no stronger l proof roof > ot the popular popularIty ¬
Ity ly the Christian Sabbaths had attained attainedo
to o nt that time timeConcerning timeoncernlng timeConcerning
Concerning tho ancient Hebrew Bab Babnth Bnb1nlh Sabhath
nth > much has to bo learned yet be before betore beore
fore ore the Institution Is clearly under understood understood understood ¬
stood It was wa different from tho KgypIan Egypt l Egypttian gp gptlllll
Ian day of rest which seems to have havooccurred hnvoocCUrtCIJ haveoccurted
occurred every tenth day Instead of ofevery atevery ofevery
every seventh To do any an unnecessary unnecessaryabor unnecessarylnborQII unnecessarYlabor
labor lnborQII on that day was Wllllo o capital of offcnse eftemRe offence
fence Whether It occurred on every everyseventh overyovcnth everypvCtit
seventh day dn of the week Is nn open openquestion openIu openuestion
question Iu slln The theory has been advanced advancedIn a aIn
In lIter years car that It w was s n movable movabloholiday movBblohtllldBY movablebol1da
holiday which toll In rotation on every everyday ovoWdll evet7tiny
day dll of the week like our ur movable movablololldayp lIIovlILloholhtnyp movablehoiidaV
lolldayp and much can be Bald In favor favorof
of this view According to L iAvlllcuII vltlcu
21 tha fifteenth day dB of the first month monthof
of the year was always a Sabbath SabbathPhe SabbnthXhO
Phe entire week commencing on that thatlay thnt1111Y thatday
lay wa wal n Sabbath week Ie k with special specialconvocations spec pcc1flicoVocationa In I IcOnVocntlons
convocations on tho first day and tbs tlwseventh th4seventh tbsseventh
seventh Then Instruction were given giveno
10 o count seven complete Sabbath from fromhe Cromthe fromthe
the first day after the Babbath week weekind weekndto weeknd
ind ndto nd to celebrate tho fifteenth day BB BBa a aIl aa
a special BabBath This gave tho Ho Horovs Hobrows liebrows
brows > rovs nt that thnt time of tho year two twoSabbathg twoSahbnth twoSabbnth
Sabbathg In succeaclon and It this Is Iscorrect I Icornct iscorrect
correct tho Babbath would In fwveucars seven SIIVOUellr sevenyears
years cars fall In rotation on every day In Inhe h hthe itthe
the week There was a similar nr nratigomcnt astatigenient I I1lItlgomcnt
atigomcnt In regard reinr to the Babbath Babbathyear Rlbbathy fatjbathyear
year y lIr Rvery seventh year elr was so di digitated desIgnated dccignated ¬
Ignated Hut every fiftieth year was a I
year yeBrof of Jubilee j bllce and consequent 1 at athat I1tthat atthat
that time two Bnbbath years ear the the9th the49lh the4th
9th and Oth como together It fur furher turther furher
her Investigation should prove thti thtiheory thutheory tltictheory
theory to be correct tho contention for forSaturday forSlItllrday forHaturthiy
Saturday as a permanent Sabbath ac according ncCOrlUng according ¬
cording to Hebrew pattern would ap appear nppear oppear ¬
pear utterly void ot sense senseHut Bensenut sousahut
Hut we may let that pose it In coy cornln certllin coytsthn
nln that tho Apostle Paul distinctly distinctlycachcn distinctlyt dltinetLyteaches
teaches t that the law relating to the theSabbaths tlllIanhbatbs theI3abbathe
Sabbaths In tho old sensn ot that In Institution InsUtlltlon Inatittitlois ¬
stitution Is not binding on the disciples dlsclplonHorn 1IsolplollHorn
Horn Ms 14 6 L Christians Christlnnsahould should accept accepthi
hi ils teachings even cv n of they reject the therevelations theroveintlolll therevelations
revelations given for the guidance of oftho ottho ofthe
tho people of God In this age ngeT1IIJ aeTim ageTilE
Dr Lyman Abbott has recently pub published puhlIshbc1 ptthslislibd ¬
lished In The Outlook some excellent excellentthought oxcellentthollghts excellentthoughts
thought Intended to throw light on onthe ontht onthe
the > unseen world He nays It Is the thepostulate theIofttlllt thelOettliate
postulate Iofttlllt of all his hl thinking that thatthoio thattholo thatthese
these are two worlds worldsnil an outer and an anInner anIllner aninner
Inner a material and a spiritual a aworld aworltl aworld
world governed by Inflexible law and anda
a world orll1 of selfgoverned liberty a aworld aworll1 aworld
world discerned by oye and oar and andtouch andtQuch andtQuchi
touch and a world discerned by con conHoioutnetft conlIoloulne eonsolouSnees
Hoioutnetft It the philosopher he hecontinue heoolltlnu hecontlnuee
continue asturoa me that these two twoare tvoare 0 0are
are one 00 1 do not dispute him porhap porhapthey iorhaithey > I Ithey
they art nuy probably they tbe are but butIn butIn butin
In nil my thinking I think of them as aatuo astwo astwo
two worlds cooperative oooP < < ato but contrail contrailod
od 01 Then he continues continuesI
I think of the spiritual world wo1tJvlr M Mever asover
ever itmnlfMtliiR ll Ila U throuih tlir tis ma matorUl IUntotlal material
torUl world worlda orI4 a perpetual but inl Inlltble InlltbleIrellfnct tnistblelreeence lble lblePresence
Presence veiled yet reve revealed rd In all allphenomena nilhtlolJ1t altphesomena
phenomena htlolJ1t A love of lx 1I811 neauty tity In all allfoinifl aUrOlmA anfotnie
foinifl of beauty b > Quty am Intellmtual tllteIlN tul skill skillIn IklllIn ekhitits
In all mechanical contrivance eGntrlv a true truespiritual truer truespiritual
spiritual r trtual ronnclouimeiw In nil stemlng stemlngly eeemtnly
ly I unconscious un ollslou8 operation of nature naturean
an orerpreiint and nndotornal eternal Knerry Knerryfivin 1nertyfiosis nrf nrftl6m
fivin whom all things procetdan Un UniKT Iueig 11
eig iKT 0 wllo lione thoucht Is In aJl 51 Nature Natureliigtnulttn Nature11I1f aturee atureeingotsuitlas
liigtnulttn 11I1f nulU WhOM who imrpor Is in all alllirpprof allIIrrplOff allllrepmeNL
lirpprof llrepmeNL ws I conceive of Him th thevercootclous the tbeevercoucloUIi theevercorisCtO113
evercootclous Artist In wry doer rtowertbe doerIbe dowerthe
the everoorwcloui Artisan In all II cor corivlated corltlated carrelated
related fore forces the Alllathr Is all hit hittory blltory lit littory
tory and In all lives 1 conceive Him HimKttlng I1l1nttlng Ifimsetting
setting ttlng me off from Himself U < M a avpark apark aspark
park Is struck by b tile hvnmtr h lmtr fromthe from fromthe fromthe
the redhot red hot Iron to 1 be like Ilk Him a alover fIlover aloverof
lover loverof It f beauty and n I creator of beau beauty ¬
ty t a lover of truth nnd an uttarer ot ottruth ottrutb ofS
S truth a hover of rIghteousness and anddoer a adoer adoer
doer Ot rlKbteouineiw and yet like likeHim likeHIm likeSlim
Him tree to choose th the ugly the U MM tal taltht falsethe MMthe
the unrltfitcouti and because e thus free freelined tlNiUtd treeLILQIJ
lined to I lit His companion eomJ1 nlon able to b bat be beat heat
at one with him or to separate myself
front rom Him ubla bla ta t think HU thoughts thoughtsflliaro thOujrhtllIlhDJo thouhtshiAya
flliaro Ills1 JI jjurpoM he h pivrtuker of HIwe HI HIme Hislife
we OF r to bo hldltteretl tldlil retit or ji ttverno t tHim 10 101IImj sriHim
Him oftpabl of bln l being > flnr HU m colnpanloi colnpanloiami
ami Jill friend Anti therefore capable capablof
of being b 11I1C JIIj enemy enemyDr cnemyDr enemyEr
Dr Abbott further describe > tI th thntftte tho thobtnltR thustages
stages through which the Individual Indlvlduupasse IndlvltJunlpllIl Individualpasses
passe pllIl e whllo ponMMlntt > l1HHlnu an wirtlilbody earthly earthlybody < < 1rlhl1bOdY
body and tho part the phydonl organs oreuniplay organsllay organspiay
play In the development d v lopntn t Ho thci thllIconsldollI theaconeidoro thcicoiisldorn
coiisldorn death and resurrection ni nifollows 1lII 1lIItallows asfollows
follows followsI
I think that Ufa ROOM on unbroken unbrokeiby
by 1 what w we owl death Hint the rcsur rcsurlection rOllllreetlon resuricotion
lection of t Jesus Christ wan not ar arextraordinary nnexlrBortllnnry anextraordinary
extraordinary ovont but only nn ex extraordlnary extraOrtJlnaty oxtrardInary >
traordlnary evidence of nn o ordlllllry ordlllllryevent ordinaryevent nil nan nanevent
event tliut Ho wna the llrst fruits oi oithem ot otthem ofthent
them that eleell sled lc p that all 1I111 flm I > from th thdead the tbedelld thedead <
dead as Ho rosa 10 > > 0 from the > load nni nnillvo anti antilive antilive
live as Ho lives Uiattinllelilodepari Uiattinllelilodeparinnd 111M to dIe thi II depart tellepartnlll to departtitid
nnd nlll to bo with Christ which IH far faihotter1 tllrhotter farbotter
hotter that every death IH a I resurroc resurroctlon resurrocton r surroc surroctlon <
tlon and that to ovory spirit U URlveth 0011 0011Rlveth 2041gieth
Rlveth a body an It ploti pINII th Him 1 1think I Ithink Ithink
think of denth nit a II gill < l awakening awakeningfrom fVllkonlnJttrom
from this troubled i sleep lc I e < n which we call calllife callIItoj celllife
life IItoj as an emancipation from runs a worM worhlwhich worMVhICh 1oridwhoh
which beautiful though It bo I h Is mill milla
a lana of cnptlvlty as a I erftduatlon erftduatlonfrom
from this hIe primary dopartmont IntoBorne Into IntoIIOnl inLosonic
Borne higher mnk in the thehlerrlrchy hierarchy of oflearning7 otloatllln oflearning
learning learning7A loatllln
What Is called eal1 tl tho official view of ofUumila otBuurn ofRussia
Russia on the AngloJapnriene alliance allianceIn
In that the ox preyed pre fId ptirpono of that thatentente thntontento thatOfltefltO
entente II l In oomplet accord with the tlmlliitfllnn tit titH1I8f1lnn thellussinn
lliitfllnn policy In China Itutsla ltu lla too toodetlres to todulre toGdesires
desires peace and the preservation ot ottho ottho oftime
tho integrity of China and Cored Co roo Hut Hutto 1Mto Hutto
to this pacific asurAnco Is addodthin added addedthis
thin significant threat If peace oaco Is Isjnonttccd I IInonlcctlln ISnenttced
jnonttccd In tho extreme orient IlUHnla IlUHnlalor nll Ititesiltfor III IIItor
for her part will not fall to take all alltho nilthl oilthe
the measures meB UrOS necessary to safeguard safeguardher
her interests This Is not ambiguous ambiguousIt
It is a plain laln reply rOlll to the olau clause a ot tho thoAnglOJapnncio thoAnalooJapanoso theAngio4apnneso
AnglOJapnncio agreement according accordingto
to which tha two powers bind thorn thorncalves tholllolve themtehves
calves lve to fight for their Interests In InChina 11 11Chilln ittCilifla
China It is a declaration that force forcewill torcewlU forcewill
will bo met by II force If need be beIt beIL beIt
It may reasonably be supposed thattho that thnttho thatthe
tho effect ot the compact will be In the thedirection thedirection thedirection
direction of peace Kngland and Japan Japandeclare Ja Japandeclare nn nncI
declare cI clare that they thl will defend their theircommercial theircommercial theircotnmnercial
commercial and Industrial rights in ineastern Ineustern Ineastern
eastern Asia and although IluKsIa la ladetermined hIdetermined isdetermined
determined to hold Manchuria nh she h will willproceed willproceed willproceed
proceed with greater reatel caution In view viewof viewof
of what may happen should the Japan Japancso Ja1nncae
cso be stirred to action A war Involv Involvng InvolvInle involvlug
lug ng Japan Great Britain and to soma somaextent SOIMextent someextent
extent China on one hand and Ituiela Ituielaon
on the other might easily develop developstaggering dcveluptllggorllll developstaggering
staggering proportions It would not notjo notbe notbe
be jo confined to Chinese Chln so waters and terri territory terrltory erritory ¬
tory It would soon rage whereverRussian whereverItusslan wherever vhorover1Iullln
Russian and Urltbih interests are open opento opento
to assault Its It llamoo would break out outn outIn outin
In n tho naltlc In the Levant In India Indiaand IndIaand Indiaand
and on the high seas The very mat magiltudo milleIIIIudo matmtitudo <
iltudo ot the conflict would maka the thegovernments thegovermnonte thegoveramnonte
governments hciltato to provoko It For Forthat Forthat Forthat
that reason the dual alliance may be bedepended 1IeIIclenled bedonotided
depended upon to be a great factor for foreaco torpeaco forpeace
peace eaco In Asia as 8 tho triple alliance has hasecn hasbecnln hasleen
becnln leen > ecn In Europe No doubt It It I tha thafruit thaCrult thefruit
fruit of Marshal Itus recent journey journeythrough Journeythrough journeythrough
through tho United States and Great Greatnrltftln Orcatnrltaln Greatflrltain
nrltftln nnd It la justly regarded as a amoat umoot amost
moat Important International combina combination combination combinetton ¬
Tho following historical data concern concernIng concething concernne
Ing ne tho great Chinese reformer Confu Confucius Contudus Confudun ¬
dun are from a lecturo by Hon Clus Cluster ChlYtel Cheatome ¬
tel Holcomb delivered In Uoston Dos ton the theother theQlhw theothet
other dayConfucius day tlayiConfucius aYI aYIContuelus
Confucius was only twenty years cllrs old oldvhcn oldwhen oldwhen
when he opened n school schoolnot not for boy boyntut boybut boyubut
but for men of mature uge ulreto > to teach teachsocial telhlIoclal tenlmsocial
social and political ethics Whatever Whateverils
his source of Information and Bn learning learninghe
the more Important portions of what whathe whnthO trlmatho
hO taught cannot be Identified with the thevork thework thework
work of any of the earlier writers writersvhlch writerswhich writerswhich
which makeR It plain loln that If ho obtained obtainedits
its Ideas from them ho worked them themover themover themover
over In his own mind until they be became becamo becacao ¬
came distinctly his own His school schoolcontinued Bchoolcontinued schoolcontinued
continued through his life Feudalism Feudalismvan
van then at Its height It was his am amiltlon amhltlon amhition
iltlon that floino feudal chief should shouldmploy shoulll11II1lo shouldemploY
emploY 11II1lo him for a stated term ns a aeacher IItel1cher ateacher
teacher that ha Ijo 0 might Inculcate his hisdens hisIdenll hisideas
dens In the government Hut he heould hocould liecould
could not rccclvti r < < ol recognition One of ofhese otthuo ofthmeso
hese chiefs was not averse to his ap appointment nppolntmcnt oppointment ¬
pointment but was restrained by the thedenunciations thedenllnc1ntl0l18 thedenunciations
denunciations Ioured Into his ears by byhe bythe bythe
the ministers It was a trying time timeor timetor timefor
for or the great sage sng He desired to toeach toteacll toteach
each and guide and ho traveled from fromone fromono fromone
one province to another In queot of the theopportunity theopportllnlty theopportunity
opportunity Finally lllnllI hIs return to tohis tohie tohis
his native province or little kingdom kingdomof l < 1nglol1lof
of Lu opened opene < 1 the way n for him He Hemd Hehllll liehad
md had become popular and now wan giv given gtvon ¬
en the reins of government over hU hUown hisown isisown
own people lJCo llc Ho was a model governor governorJnder gonrnorUnder governorUnder
Under his administration crlmo Is said saido flnltlto
to o have censed In the district Imt his hisjrood hitsgood
good 0011 work was suddenly overthrown overthrowny
b by > y an Influx of vice Ico and Intrigue IntrigueDeath IntrigueDeath intrigueDeath
Death come at tho age of seventy ncventyHe
He was burled with groU ceremonies ceremoniesDisciples cercmonleuI ceremoniesIisciple
Disciples I > remained three years at his hisgrave hiliravp hisgrave
grave ravp which U the official ported of ofmourning ofmourning ofniourtitng
mourning and It Is Bald that some of ofIhtfin atthenl ofthirstS
thirstS played there another term of ofthree ofthreo ofthree
three years Ills death was a shock shocklo
to the whole country Ills followers followersbecame tollowclllb followersbecame
b became camo active In the dissemination of othis ofhis ofbits
his doctrine One ruler ordered the thedestruction theIfslructlon thedestruction
destruction of hits books nnd seine of otIlls ofhis ofhis
his dlselplen I1l clple were burled alive In the theliapo thlhopo thehope
hope of crushing the doctrine Ho had hadbeen lIal1bflcn hadbeen
been dead 300 years when tho first cm cmlieror emheror I
lieror 11 lOr recognized rtcognl ed him and Bncrlllced to toiilm toIn toSun
Sun In It WAS ae too OO years after his death deathlieforo l1tathbetore deathbefore
before ft 1 Confucian temple was a8 erected erectedIn
In China Many ot his utterances re remain reomalt remust ¬
main Chlneeo puzzle to scholars of all alllanguages nillRnguajtes altlanguages
languages While books contain ut utterancw utteran utteranees
terancw teran R of Confucius ho wrote rot very verylittle verylittle ory orylittle
little himself Ho claimed no divine dlvlnorigin dlvlnsQrlgln divineorigin
origin and Instated that he was as not notborn notLorn notborn
born with any knowledge knowledgeStrange knowledjOStrnnge knowledgeStrange
Strange enough the teachings of ofConfucius ofContuohls ofConfucIus
Confucius which have excited < l such suchwonderful Ruehwondertul suchwonderful
wonderful Influence upon millions of ofAsiatic atAslatlce ofAilaties
Asiatic and throughout many centu centuHen centuVt ntu nturiM
Hen Vt embraced more particularly min minute mlnuto mum mumuto ¬
uto rules rul for the nurture and educa education edllcntton edusealion ¬
lion of children for the lh paying of ham hamnge bomnge hamnge
nge to auditors a nl1f < stOtl for etiquette and In Intercourte Intercolrte Intereotiree
tercourte bitwwm nil cl classes ws And ranks ranksof ranI ranIof
of eocltty One would naturally tup tuppoat 1111114I stmppose
pose that a philosophy with no wider widerHorizon widerhorizon widerhorizon
Horizon should bo b tthortllred Hut the theruler therill therulers
ruler rill found In It excellent arguments argumentsfor
for the maintenance ot their authority authorityand
and lint they embraced it itIt ItIt ItIt
It aim at < appears that to the teachings teachingsat
of Confucius can I be traced the thI1Otlrlno thI1Otlrlnotht doctrine doctrloothat doctrinethat
that the people constitute the most tm Important tmportnll tmportatut ¬
portant el element ment In the nation and that thatthe thattbo thattime
the sovereign though Gods reprenn reprenntatjve repreNntalJve representatjve
I Igood
tatjve hold 0111l his power only for tin tingood thegood
good of th the people and that conne connequtntly conMqUlntly renaquenthy
qutntly If he abuses this power ho can canbe canbe canbe
be removed by tho people eO le This Is lareally Isroal1y isreally
really a remarkable advance ot the hd no notion nolion notitni ¬
lion prevalent pr vlll nt In other ancient em emplret emJlr emplres
plret Jlr that the people are merely merelylaves merelySII8 merelyyes
SII8 SII81t laves lavesU yes yesIt
U U charged that Confucius h hU done donebis donehIs donehis
hIs people otle an Irreparable Injury by ste at ¬
reotyping as It wen we the Ideas of tli tlinncltnlN the thennclentH timeancients
ancients and handing them over I Ithat In InIIlllt inthat
that form to posterity Hut probabl probablho PfobBblyho
ho gave Ilve to tho people p opl what thoy could coulcornprohind co1l111cOIllf1Jehntl couldcomprehend
comprehend Whon western torn civilize clvllUttlon dUIutUun civilizelion
lion shall finally plant It Its Htnndim Htnndimon tttnndardion
on Chlnoso soil tho bearers of the no1 no1light now nowlight slowlIght
light will nnd much of value In InthBt InthBtwhIch tin tinwhich that thatwhich
which tho Chinese Chtn e ngo beaueathed I Ihla to tohis tohis
his race They thl will gain much mu ma metorlal materlal matonal
tonal for tho lie foundation of the n MW MWtructuro nivstrUcture < v vutructure
strUcture And until wextcrn clvlllzu clvlllzutlon clvl1lzuoHon olvihizaIon
Hon learnt to utilize tho material th thoast the theoaat theeast
east already possesses 088ollnell there wilt t tbut bo bobut bebut
but little progress there will wl1llle never r I Ia bQ lJ lJa
a perfect IIndorlltllnlllllr IIndorlltllnlllllrUMOJtH tsndertttmmdhmtghIbMlt8
llliAOKH IN CITIIIH CITIIIHAccording jlTIiHAccording
According to the Kansas City Cityour Sin Sinour Siarour
our national capital 18 s the Iliwt cityli citylithu dity lIi In Inthu inthe
thu Union n 11II regardo its number IIlIm 0 0colored ot otcolored ofcolored
colored Inhabitants It ban no II leu Ic l thai thalsaooo thanse000
80000 blacks The retUnn t9r this i ithat III IIIthaI Isthat
that It offer Northern North r liberality Iberalltr and i iSouthern n nSoulher aRoulimern
Southern Soulher el cl chittmato Him IB to whllo thew Ihe arc IIrO HU HUmerouit 11 iltirneroum
merouit government positions pORI lon to bo b hrtilTho bAth hI hIfho bAthrise
rise city oly of Baltimore Jnltloro ranks nitxt IIIXt t tWaHhlngton to toWn toVashirtgtot <
WaHhlngton Wn hlngtclI with 70000 colored inhab inhabItnnto Inhlb Inhlblnnto lnInbltnntn
Itnnto lnnto Philadelphias colored colore populu populutlon pop pondlution lu
tlon 101 Increased Incrclod CS G S per Jr cent front troll RIO 1 0 to toO toIO0 i i1JOO
1JOO O rind Int now nol numbers IUlbere 02000 t OO Wimhlngton Wl Washing Washingtons hlng hlnglon
ton tons gain aln WOH al only 11000 100 to Phlladol Phlladolphtao IlhllniQI IlhllniQIph1 lhiiadqlphits
phtao ph1 33000 10 if J this rate of increase InoreMOconthtuel increasecOntInues Inoreamcontlnuen
cOntInues conthtuel the Quaker QUlleor City Ciy within wihin i ifmv I a atow
tow y years llrl rs will wi outrank outrRlk Washington WashingtonIn Wash 111 ton tonIn
In Homo cities clUel of t tho South wo 10 ar artold are nrotold aretold <
told lie negroes am arl about nu numer numerous IUmer IUmeroue numnercue
cue as th t the whites whln Thin ThIl IH Ktild Inll1 to b btho bo botho behue <
tho hue cane cae In Vlcknburrr Vlekllburl Memphis MomphlNCharleston Mamlhll MemphisCharleston
Charleston Savannah Snvannlh Montgomery MontgomeryMobile MOlltomlryIuble MommtgomnoryMobile
Mobile Iuble Wilmington Wlmlnlol and flIl1 ttaton nntol Kongo Kongolooker 10UKc 10UKcJlooker ItougoIlookur
looker T I Washington bellovcs belov11 It would wouldbo wouldbo
bo bettor bolar for tho negro to remain on ontho Ontho Onthe
tho farm nut the t o urban centers enterl seem seemto seemto em emto
to be aa U attractive nttractvo to the young YOlng no nogroes 1 nogroes i
groes Iroel as to other young people peopleA
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Islied in the Fayettovllle 1nyetovJle Tenn 13x 13xttat J Expreee J
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for or by a I ealoonkeepor named II F FJohnion FJohnlon Fjohnson
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without wihout vouching for lt ItS < authenticity authenticityFrlendut iuthentcty iuthentctyJrlendu authenticityFrhendu
Frlendut Jrlendu Ilavlnir lavlnaopeMd opened a commo commodious COllllnodlou dominoiftous ¬
dious shop eho for the sale of liquid fire I Iembrace Icmbrlo Iembrace
embrace cmbrlo this opportunity to Inform Informyou Intor informyou
you ou that I have commenced the busl buslieim buslle
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beggars beJ8ar for tho sober industrious lnu trlous end endrespectable andres amidrespectable
respectable res ectnble portion purton of o the commu commuilly commuIlty commitlilly
lilly Ilty to support I shall lhlll deal In tarn tarnly tAI fainIly
Ily ly spirits that will mexcltc excite men to todeeds todeeds todeeds
deeds of riot robbery and blood bloodnnd bloodnnd bloodnod
nnd by so doing diminish the com comfort clm clmtori cornfort ¬
fort augment nuilnmt tho expense ep nso and endan endanger endllnBtr endangee ¬
gee Btr the welfare welnro of tho community commttiity I IHliull IIhll Ishall
shall Ihll undertake Ind rtako at a short notice notce and andfor Bld Bldtor andfor
for a small sum lum and Ind with great gelt ex expcotatlon expeolntlon cxpeotation
pcotatlon to prepare lrepnr victim vlotn for tho thoisjltimi tho1lyhIII Itoacyltmrni
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article which whichwill whIchIm wimichwill
lows ows I will I furnish an nrlclo I
will Im Incrtase the amount of fatal acci accidents BCc acetdents ¬
dents multiply the thl number nlmber of distress distresstig dlstreuIng distresshag
hag tig diseases and render those which are aremrmless Ilrolrmlo arelmxrrnleee
mrmless lrmlo incurable Incurablo I shall shal deal In Indrugs Indru Indrugs
dru drugs s which will wi deprive some SOIO ot life lifemany lte ltemany lifeninny
many of reason reson most lost of prosperity prosperiy And Andnil hindalt nd ndal
nil of peace which will canto the futh futhrs talhers fathera
al ers rs to peae become fiends wives widows widowshlltiren wldoUslchidren widowschildren
children chidren orphans rphan and all Al mendicants mendicantswill mentlcnts
1 will cause many of the living lving genera generainns IIICrl generatinims
inns to grow up In Ignorance poverty povertynd
tnnl amid nd crime erllc gow and prove a I burden bUrlen nnd a anuisance 1 1nulsnnct anuisance
nuisance to the nation I will wi cause causemothorn cllusemolhern causemothers
mothers to forget ndton their offspring oflprlnr ami amiin 1111 1111IHv asmdqitptt
qitptt in IHv iiv to take the place of love I will willometlmes wi wiltsometimes
sometimes some limes even corrupt corupt the tllollnlslerl tllollnlslerlor ministers ministersf
or f religion obstruct the progress of the theiro thegospel
iro gospel retrlan r l defile the purity progess of the church churchand churchand churchan
dene thlJurty
an and 10101 cause CIU O spiritual Iplrlu temporal and eter eternal eternI eternal ¬
nal death deathIt deathI
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quie quite another to be released releasedNo
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have uvo Wright Wrlghtthun than be president presidentYoung IlresldentYoung prestdentYoung
Young Roosevelt loosovcl Is out of the hue wood woodlay wootlsMay woodsMay
May he soon be out of the house houseIn
In n the Philippines Phlppincs tha thooldealv old saw is made madeo
to o read reld Out of the frying pan Into the therlari theflr thefriars
friars flr flrTh friarsThe rlariTh
Th Th The oil 01 men are BrE at n peace Borne one onemiet onemuet onetaunt
taunt have have poured oil 01 on the troubled troubledntors troubledwnters troubledwaters
wntersI waters watersIt ntorsIt
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wi wtht til be knocked down downby by the new Com Comncrclal ComIcrclot Cornmeretat
ncrclal Icrclot club clubPerhaps cub cubIerhnps clubIerhape
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houlil sloull be a fight fGht over the division of a anllltory aInltnry amilitary
nllltory Inltnry reservation reservationCommercial resentlon resentlonCoI1morol1 reservationCommercial
Commercial CoI1morol1 strategy strutcy may InIY be dc dcncd denned dofined
fined QB al overreaching overrcchlnl rivals rhlls and under underlining undermining undermntaing ¬
lining them th m nt the same time timeWhen timeWhen timeWhen
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holers olumcrs carefully < drawn 1m WI cordon curdol his hisordihlp his10rdhlp hislordship
lordship doutlcofl loute8s Bald Dash It I all allWhon al alWhen stIllWhen
When the woman RUffraglnts lutraglls meet in iniow InNol inhow I
Nol how iow Orleans Orlonl may mn they time secure lecure as a com comdetc Coml11etc cornplete I I
detc a victory as did Jackson over overftclienlmm overIJAckenhmn overPackenhmamu I
ftclienlmm IJAckenhmnAU ftclienlmmAll
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pleated pleI1 over oVlr tho AngloJapaneso ngloJllpaneo alli alliance alI alIance nihance ¬
ance It I is an In era ern of o gush If I not lot of ofrood ofoo ofgood
rood oo feeling feelingThe teellnl teellnlThe feelingThe
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winced Having IavIllhgnd regard to household householdxpontes hOUSQhoidexponls householdexpenses
expenses exponls the hired hlr girl will wll not t want to toso touse
u use so It oo 10 frequently trrquentY now nowThe nowThe amyTime
The kals knllr kaIser r bids bll1 his brother bther Henry Henrypeak Hcnr Henryspeak
peak In English Inglsh while whie In the United UnitedJtatfH UnltetJBtutel Hattedttcs I
Btutel JtatfH When he sent him him to China ho houndo hebllo isobdo I
undo bllo him talk Turkey Turk to all allThe Allflc allrho I
The flc establishment 1tnblshment by the French gUY govrnment gUYornment guyorornent I
rnment of an engineering onllntring school 1011001 at atPittsburgh litPltuurgh atPittsburgh
Pltuurgh Pittsburgh goes les to o prove that they tley do doot donot donot
not ot do all al thing thinG better betor in France FranceSantosDumonta IrllnceSantoDumonts FranCegantosDumonts
SantosDumonta almhlp collapsed collapsedwith colnpsed colnpsedwllh
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the air built bui on the chores lhts of that same sameten sae saeMn
ten 0 that tbt has ha collapsed collapsedIt clllpud clllpudIt
It II charged chrro In Europe that Amen Americans Amerlrans Amencans ¬
cans worship wor hlp Mammon Tho charge Is Isnot Isnot isnot
not true yet et It mutt mus bo b admitted ndmlle that thatMammon thatII thatlmiammnon
Mammon II mon Is not nt condemned condemnd and revIled rovlledijy revied reviedby
by the people of this tl tlml country countryYoung cuuntr cuuntrYoung countryYoung
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and every one rejoices rejoIce that h he Is he hemould heahould me meshould
mould remember that U t Is Iabctho IabcthoOtoot8l abojil abqiiLthe abqiiLthebarefooted the thetxirefootetl
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worJI world may ma bo thankful for If I he docs docstho doel doeltho docatho
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what would h he do In the vigor vlKr of his hisra hisluanhood hsamanhood
manhood manhoodSenator ra T TSenator TBen
Senator Ben tr Depews Depe 1 record rcr of having havingthe
the best blt and most mol expensive 6pnt watchowned watchowned watch watchowned
owned By tr any senator anlltor has b passed to toSenator toSenator toi3enstor
Senator Kiarns Kur s of Utah who earns crln a aI
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Junior senator lenatorln In that kind of a I game gamhas clmo clmoBs gamehas
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Superintendent RIItlntoldent Street StecJallvy StecJallvyHere Hallway llalhvuyHere HallwayJhra
Here In nn article trtcle Haying 11111 the average averagAmerican Iwrne IwrneAmerlconla averageAtnertclmfl
American Is gaining SKiling III II weight 1runl 1runll 1 lruiiIentThat rtl I Itlthl
tlthl iIentThat l nt Thatn too bad we wont li linlilf 10 10ahll ho honblt
nlilf ahll to nook HO 0 many of them In a 1 iui iuiAn llLrAa ttLrts
An It la wo itro only onl making milk I about aboutper 900 900or 500per
per or cent on Oi each eachThe o h psesemigem psesemigemThe anUQI anUQIfhe
The Dojorct D6urc News Nfs flcknowlodsOH QCklolludCI re recoipt recelpt yeceipt
coipt of an In Invitation luvltUon from tror rosa Jr Ir Hour HourItldder lelry lelryItder ltemmryJitdder
Itldder Itder to b bo present precn nt n banquet mluot to b btendered le letpntJertd be betpndertsl
tendered tpntJertd II 1 It 11 1 Prince Irllo Henry Jlnry n nat ot otUU ofItimesia
UU Itimesia II at ho Waldnrf Astoria Htoril Hotel HotelYork Iotll IotllNI hotelNew
NI York on the evening 11nlnl of Fob 2 2Mr 2Mr IC ICMm
Mr Illddor nildor Is IltrtIUrroC treasurer uf the grca grcaOerman great greatGerman greatGerman
German dally The lhe fltnuto flatll XellunH XellunHUnder 70111 eitungunder
Under whoso auspice the dinner lnner I Igiven II IIRiven Is Isgtsea
given to representatives roprOOltatlvl1 uf the dull dullpress 11ly 11lyIlrS daily dailyliress
press of tho United UnJ J States Slatel Although Alhollh tin tingumt thoIUIMt timeguest
guest IUIMt of honor hOlor IB l a Herman Genlln tho Invlta Invltatlonn Inlto Iniitmttiotma
tlonn tlUIII announto announ that all the speeches SIcohfs o othe or ortll oftue
the tll evening ovenlnl wljl wll wIiibo bo In Kngllih KngllihTho lCngUshThe ItngltshTue
The position posltol taken by the Dosoroi DosoroiNews DOBorotNews DocoretNews
News im tho matter IUlter of the lemoval lolno11 01 01three oC oCt1 ofthree
three t1 0 Killue 111 utlloers olors was nl correct torrccl ac actordlng t nocording
cording tu time thl halest legal opinion oi oitlty ot otly ofp ofity
p tlty ly ity Attorney Nye Nfl our remarks won wondirected worodlrocte woredirected
directed dlrocte oifllrely iirolY to the question Iluutlol ot th threconsideration t1 time timereconslderattois <
reconsideration reconslllrltol of the notion Ietlon of tho City CityCouncil CItyCounrl CityCottoeti
Council Counrl and Ild not in any Iny way wa to the themerits thmeris timemerits
merits meris or dcmlrtU of thc thoremoVII rcmovnl It Itcarried I Itcarried
carried no reflection rICton against Irllnt time police policeolllcers polce polceolcers policeohilcere
olllcers olcers and nd wan ID entirely enlrely a matter IIter ol olparliamentary otparllamentlry ofparliamentary
parliamentary rule Tile olllcera or ers liay liaybeen ho imaebeen 0 0bcen
been removed and 8Jd that ooUtTiTTiie con contention contenton contention ¬
tention tenton aa 1 to a the fact rlot and 11t to Hie do doclelon docelon doclehon
clelon celon of time council counci Now let their theirplaces theirplaces
places plncel bo properly HOjrl filled Iled and put ut an anesmd anesmdto end endto elldto 1
to squabbling squabblingON squl1bblnr squl1bblnrON
Th TI Pariah 1nrloh News Nelsl flstvulloly Holy Trinity TrinityBrooklyn
BrooklynLent Brook Brooklyn IrookfymmLent 1
Lent 1 < lt begins beglnl this 1mm year almost olnnt no early earlyas ctrly ctrlyC
as C I is i possible pO llble Ash W Wednesday dn day falling fallingupon flIll failingupon
upon UpOI Feb 12To 12l0 speak l ellk frankly trankl It I In Innftt II isnot
not nt very easy to know what to do with withLent wih wihInt withheat
Lent when U I don come The church churchand chllrehnnd cimurchand
and society both have their convention conventional conventonI conventonIal
a al regulations regulatons concerning concerlnl it I but this
kind of obligation oblKatlon alts very lightly lhty upon uponmoit u uponmost on onmot
mot people It I i may help to remind remindourselves remindouraevee renmindourselves
ourselves of the tint lnt principles here
One of them Is that Lent li an affair affairwhich orralr orralrwhIch affairwhich
which concerns cCIQorl1 comm ern Christian ChrIstan people alone Alon
It I has Its It source SOlrco In tho affections atectloll and nndnot Ind andslot
not 10t In the conscience Those Thos who hold
their Lord In dear delr regard remember rememberthat
that during durlnl one ole ot the rgar years of Hla Is life la
He spent s ent forty days in spiritual dIed dlnclpllno dl dIedplhtmo
pllno plllo and abstinence nbstnence to splrlunl our great ad advantage ndvanlBgc advantage c ¬
vantage They are therefore moved
to something of the same Ilme thing There
Is no law commanding themthey do
It because bccalllo they want to That II Lent LentKaneau LentInll Lent1anetuj
Kaneau Inll City Ciy Star StarTopekn StllrTopeka StarTopoka
Topeka which Is the center of a cult cultwhoso cul cultwhose
whoso devotees make mlke bread their phy ¬
lacteries and enlarge the borders of oftheir ottheir oftheir
their garments larmente and lay stress on the thechief thechlet thechief
chief seats selts In the synagogues and es especially espcclaly ccpeclally ¬
pecially pcclaly greetings rretnll lynllolls In the market mBkel U Ugreatly IIItllt isgreatly
greatly Itllt scandalized scandalzd because ono on fresh freihman truhman freshman
man nt a class prayer pryer meeting meetng at
Wnshburno Waahblrna Congregational CCnrrelatienol Institu Institution ¬
Inltu Inltutoronthe
lost toronthe on the confines contne of the city clyven clyventurd cityyen cityyentured ven ventured ¬
tured turd a prayer for the success luaCUI of the thecollege thecolego timecollege
college colego baseball b8 b1 team tam for next lext season seasonand sCConl seasonand
and another offered otered up a I petition pcttlon that thatthe thatthe
the freshmen might beat tho sophs sophsIn sophIn
In the annual nnnuallcrlnmago scrimmage over the t1e erec erection creetlon crectlon ¬
tlon of the May pole The members membersot
of tho clans clal have h vo been severely con cenBured consured cunsured
sured by the faculty taculy but that has hasnot hal hmnunot
not allayed nlnyel the agitation agltlton among Imong the thesensitive thesellsllve theacimsitive
sensitive sellsllve religionists of Topeka who whonro whoate whoare
ate horrified over the use of prayer In Inconnection Inconnecton Inconnection
connecton connection with such luchg81y grossly secular secularand secularand eculllrand
and trivial matters mnters as a baseball baleball and andMay nndray andMay
May poles polesNew poluNew polesNew
New York Mail Mal nnd Express KtprtsjIt l tpreu tpreuI
It I Is proverbially proverbialy not to say IY Im Impossible Impossible impossible ¬
possible to prove n 1 negative but many manythings lRalY lRalYthings manytimings
things are believed blItWol1 which cannot be beproved beprvetJ beprayed
proved prvetJ Otherwise o there would not be bemuch bemuch benwcm
much belief belt outside outslJe ot material facts factsand toctsand factsanti
and there would be no room for faith faithBut faih faihDut faIthhut
But can mere negation or unbelief unbelef be beorganized be0rglnlzel1 beorganized
0rglnlzel1 organized and havo n propaganda propn ulda or orIs orIs orIs
Is Idea It1e9 a 1 necessary neCIsary substnntve for pro propaganda proJlnlnda proimaganda ¬
paganda Jlnlnda 1 This rather formidable tormldlblo In Inquiry InQulry inquiry ¬
quiry provoked by tho statement etltemcnl that
the church churh of this world which whichnecms whichleems whIchseems
seems leems to have established Itself ltel at atKansas at1nnsls at3ansns
Kansas City Mo Is sending forth n nmissionary nIulonnry amissionary
missionary to preach pench agnosticism Bnotclsm and nndendeavor ant andendeavor
entlpavor endeavor to organize oralll e agnostics n nolUcs into intocongregations Inloconsrelltons intocongregations
congregations consrelltons In different dlteront cities ctlel Ag Agnostics Aeno Agnostics ¬
no nostics tlCII are nr supposed uposet to be persons petOIS who whoneither whonither whoneitbmer
neither nither believe helevo nor disbelieve dlbelevt but just justnonbellevoor justIlnbellevoor justnonbelieveor
nonbellevoor Ilnbellevoor dont know and anl even evendo evendo evendo
do not want ant to know you OU know knowthose knowthose knowthose
those things which are ordinarily ordInaI tho thosubstance thosubsll1nco timesubstance
substance of belief belle In matters mnters religious religiousThe
The ho Congregatlanallst CongregatlanallstTho Congregationalst
Tho current discussion discusion ns to the pre preGent present present
sent drift lrl of pulpit discourse gives 1C8 spe special R epecial e ¬
cial value Ilue to the recent remark of nn nneducated In aneducated
educated layman who Is 8 a I regular at attendant attelJnllt attendarmt ¬
tendant telJnllt upon Sabbath worship and a aman 1 i imuman
man IAn of keen discernment I1I cernmcnt as well well as of ofsincere ofslncero ofsincere
sincere faith talh Ho said that he did not notremember nt ntremember notremember
remember to have heard for a Ilonl long time timea
a single linle sermon touching upon the thocommon thecommon thecommon
common wrongdoings rongdotn s of eecular life lifesuch litesuoh lifesuch
such as lying 1lnl stealing and tho like likeand lkfj lkfjBlld lIkeand
and he has ha often wondered why the thepreacher thepreacher thepreacbmer
preacher did not 10t sometimes sOlmtmcs for th thsake tll the thesake
sake ot variety If Tor no n other otler reason reasonemphasize realon reasonemphasize
emphasize those subjects In his potl potlJon 101 pomItion
Jon ton however ns IB n judge on the bench benchind bemichand
and a constant observer of the preva prevaence prevaof prevalenee
lenee ence of those thelt everyday everday sins of practi practical frlct ¬
cal life lto he must ace another nnd nndstronger antistsonger
stronger reason why vlY the recognized recognizedicachcr recognizedteacher
teacher techer ot Chilsllan ChrIstan morals morlll should of often atten often
ten rather than seldom Icldom make truthful truthfulnous truthtull truthufulnose
nose l honesty and purity puriy the th topics of otpublic ofpubilo I Ipublc
public publc address addressTho oddreITho addressTim
Tho Christian ChrltBn Register RegisterThe Iorlster IorlsterTie
The Tie Puritan lurlan was wa not a I fool fot and his hisobjections hisobjectons hIsobjectIons
objectons objections to pleasure plelre of the kind so socommonly BOcommonly socommonly
commonly enjoyed by his fellowmen fellowmenwere felowmen felowmenwero
were not wholly wholy ascetic acoUO not n01 tokens of ofa otI ofa
a narrow mind Macaulfly MncauIY said The ThePuritans Thepurlnus ThePuritans
I Puritans purlnus hated bearbaiting bearbalnr not be because boCIUSt because ¬
cause It gave pain to the bear brB but be because becouse because ¬
CIUSt cause it Rave javo pleasure llelure to the thl specta apeetataro apeotatorn spectators ¬
taro The Il gibe Ilbe has in It some wit witand witIInd witand
and some truth trth but It Illustrates luetrate the thegenius thegenlull thegenius
genius of Macaulay MaCBullY rather rather than thln the themotive tbemaUve themotive
motive of tho Puritan Purlan The ThePurltnn ThePurltnnoftm Puritan Puritanofttn Puritanoften
often tried trIe to repress pleasures that thatsoftened thlt thltsotened thatsoftened
softened sotened the muscles and enervated enervatedtho enerlted enerltedtho
tho minds ot th the people without wlholt givingthem giving ghlngthem givingthem
them a substitute lubstltb for their pleasures pleaiuresin plclure
in enthusiasms which would make maketheir maketheir maketheir
their pleasures 11untR seem vain nut their theirmain theirmain theirmain
main impulse Imlllip was positive poslo and admir admirable admlrIble admirohio ¬
able Ible Rejecting 1IJe tlnl now the method etbod of ofthe otthi ofthO
the thi Puritan Purian we go to the other ex extreme e cxtreme
treme treme Wo make everything easy for forthe forthe forthe
the children chltJrtn and try to arrange nrr8nre the thework theork thework
work ork nnd Inll rmd study of our youth so that thatnothing thatno thatnothing
nothing no thInI shall shal be a J burden or a task taskAVe task taskWe
We adapt everything cnrthlng In art literature literatureand lerature leratureBnd
and religion reliion not to the needs neds but to totho totho tothe
tho wishes of the people Then wo wowonder wowonder wewonder
wonder why no one is I willing llng to en endure endure endune ¬
dure hardness why wh men and women womenrefuse womenrefuse omenreeule
refuse to worship orllhp unless worship 1 1made II IImade ismaid
made attractive nttractvl refuse to think unless unlitsthe unl unlthl unlessthe
the process procal It I made agreeable and an re refuse r refuse ¬
fuse to work unless untul they the are paid p d for forIt forI form forit
It I
r 1 1I
r Have a Lovely Home HomeWith
I With WJh dingy walls wnls mul nnl unkempt floor foor covering cOormrV You cannot do It il 1 and thorq thorqla
I la I no uso trying t hlg Tim right way Is to get some SOUO of tho thoNEW thoNEW
At z C 311 N 1 Our 1002 Carpets M and Llnokums n for lD 1002 arc cheaper thautJlni than thantrying thantiyhir
trying to patch and cover almost nlmostworn worn out floor coverings and nll there Is I no 10 com comparison comJal cowiiai1oii ¬
parison Jal tJlni onln in results resuls Tho samo can cal bo said of Wall Wn11 JPapera > apols Etc A now nowCAR nowCAR I I II
Is a just ID and Iml Includes JnCh11es a largo assortment n OltJClt of tho wnll Ill known Stains Inlaid lln llnoleum IJII 14111I 1 1I
II I oleum 010111 Wo have also Ilso just opened for our 01 patrons a 1 full ful and RII complete com pIe to lino lno of all allgrades ni allgtaIc I
I grades gl1tC and nUl now lhos patterns IJtels of oiCARPETS ofCARPETS I
11 CARPETS FOR FO SPRING OF Oft902 1902 1902Another 1902Ahtotitol I III
II Another carload cllloml of 01 our out Immense stock of Houso Hono Furnlahings Furnlahingsconsists 1I1lshlng9 1I1lshlng9I FiiinI1i1ngCOltSftS
I I consists ot ofNEW otI otNEW
Wo also have Ilwo a n now no mid 111 elegant supply of WINDOW WINDOWHIADER SHADES POLES POLESEtc POLESII POLESEte
I II WEST WI S11 y Prices arc 110 down to lied cllocl rock in all ulllCS lines linesZf I II
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llnner at home 10mo some evening eveningcome eVeningcome
come down to the Tavern Youll Youllfind YOll Youllfind
find fnd something on the bill bi that thatwill thMvI thattrill
will vI suit you and ad with music musicgood musIc musicgood
good food and 8lld the perfection perfecton of ofservice oflervloe ofservice
service youll youl enjoy enoy your our meal mealenough mealenough I Ienouah
enough to repay you ou even it I it itcost I Itcost
cost you ou twice as much
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s lOMels to 0 Mens good strong Suits Suis at EC O cents on tho dollar dolA dollarIC 1
+ 26 per cent discount from all 111 other SulU Wens renl Boys Dos and Childrens ChldrenI a alot slot
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S 100 oo dozen Mono Overshlrts Ovohrts worth CO p per r cent more al die up lp upioo
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TMJJlJjEATRL TMJJlJjEATRLH THE THECRAND CRAND 1 1ENTIRE THEATRE Paul PaolllammerJr PaolllammerJrManager Manager Manager8TARTI a e
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