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THIS MINIBTtiltH 1111 IlKflOIiUTION IlKflOIiUTIONof m 1ILROIUTIONflefllevI ROJjUrIONneollNlIot
neollNlIot flefllevI of tho DoHerot I News cH have havebeen have11tIn
1 been Informed concerning Iho renewed renewedattempt rlnWI rlnWIlIt1enwt rnvi111ttnhIt
attempt ot tho Ministerial Astioclatlon AstioclatlonIn
In this city to agitate the ptibllo mind mindIn mint1ii
In tile KiiMt ant nlso Ill o to bring n pre prcsmivo preIImlt preaIiIflo
mivo lo lolJunrUIOn lour upon Congress In reference referenceto
to t polygamy In Utah Tho latest ef effort et10rt offort ¬
fort nf Ihnt kind klnilla Is I n raking up u of o dead deadnuhes IICIIInuhls eInuhon
nuhes Htntimcntn made by tho Ulnh UlnhCoimnlrslon UlllhCllllllll 1tthCuintnIe1on
Coimnlrslon Cllllllll slon of thu work they claimed claimedto
to rim performed nearly twenty yeurs yeursago ycuralt yeurnat
ago alt have been rulled over In order to toGlean tllr1 tOGICIn
Glean r1 on some figures which could be b by bydeft b bIleft bydeft
deft manipulation mmlo to ti bear out outtlio outtIll outtim
tIll tMcrllon of that body l > that lit tho thotime thltlml h httmt
time of < tho passage of tho Rdmunds RdmundsAit
Ait lt nbout onethhd of tim turmoIl Mormon1voi Mormoivo
voi vo which whJ h these the o reverend gentlemen gentlemenplace genllcmenfilaco gentlemenlae
place lae at 42000 were er dlsfrnnehlHvd and andtlilH r111l1thlH ittlthlH
thlH they bring forward In opposition JIIPo llIon 10 10Iho 10thl InIhe
Iho iivdenoo which IIIclt his been frequently frequentlyadduced IrclluOnllyadduled frequentlyaddueed
adduced that comparatively few of tho thoMoimon llio10111I011 li lituuuO
Moimon peiiplo IU1 1111111 In the practice practiceof
4 of lolyfinmy Iolllnmynbscro tolygilmyIbeerve lolyfinmyobserve
observe thu thurotl croft displayed In this thisrnl thlAnIIl1l1lorlttl thielii1uerja1
nIIl1l1lorlttl rnl contention Tho small pro prowhich proOttli
111 Ottli I U JtI which hns Ine been HO frequently frequentlyin fr quentl quentlin i i111111oneI
in 111111oneI iitloned 11 nnet as In well known was wasMaced wusIIHI11 woeIlt1
Maced Ilt1 P1 In computlson with the 101U 101UJ lOlUIA1JON 1OIULATION
J ATION These gentlemen ns they thoyln IheY1M they3011y
ln 1M 3011y y think t lnk Ingeniously but certainly certainlyHot
Hot 11 Ingenuously thgenti uely compare the computed computedfigure COI11PIIIOlI1gurf4ot computedf
f I figure 1gurf4ot of the Utah Commission no notoilowly 10tOIlollnly
I toilowly exaggerated with tho number numberof
of VOTKUS u very er different propoil propoillinn 11011011tlnll 1Opo9lt 1Opo9lrho
t linn
linnTho
Tho report of the Utah Commssliii Commssliiifrom CommJA otnInettaI l1I l1Itroln
I from which they thl pretend l to till tillllnltll qUt qUtJitBUe U < te tentatts
ntatts The total inunber of r regIHPItI regIHPItIvoterll rcgleeio4voters gl woj wojvoters
voters Is I 33SCO of whom 187W nro nrohmlen nlotrltkn nothttICPl
hmlen and 14W < are females not till thoCommission tillomIllIHsJOII thePorninleeluii
Commission dimply argued that It rp rppears rpoJIMIA epPCItIe
pears that about nbouI12OOO 12000 mon nnd women womenwere Womsnwen womenvere
were excluded from registration lcglM tnlon by byre byreIon rer rerson reltson
son of polygamy Tile Commission nd ndmilted niltIIlttel1 otitnltted
milted that many Oentlles us well welln wellnMorona ns nsMorons cctorone
Morons refrained from registration registrationunder re regiettatlIiunder lIIiltJl11 lIIiltJl11Inder
under the new law nut IIlIdlJlnced placed the pop popnlallon 11oPnJation tiopfiction
fiction of the Territory at about JW JWCW J js jsOVt l lOlIO
CW nbout 0000 < being nonMormons nonMormonsThe non tlrl1lonl1 tlrl1lonl1The
The commission furnished the figures figuresthawing IIgureHflhnWlng tigureeS
S thawing the result of the llrst election electionfor eleJtloutor
for Delegate to Congress under1 untIe tho thoKdmunilH thoFdmlllllllI theEdmuntVe
KdmunilH Act and their new reglatin reglatintlon rClllshn1Ion reglettetion
tlon oath From ron those we can see seewhat BCO BCOwhllt seewhilt
what was the real Mormon vote voteTheir oleTheir oteTheir
Their leport states that John T Calne CalneMormon CaineMorl000 alneIorlllon
Mormon received 23035 votes and nndJhllllp Il1d1hlllIJl andVhIIiip
Jhllllp T Van Bile iie Gentile 1S3I 1S3IThese 1S31Fliese S31 S31Theile
These figures Ire not citilte nrcurato IIrcurnteudetect a adefect adefect
defect to be found In many statements statementsmade 8lalementlUiute
made by b thaI body 1101 In oltlplnl reports reportsto rel1 rlll rlllto
to Congiess unIl1188 The returns of th the Nov Novftnber No Nom ny nyemer
ftnber m er election of November 7 ISM JIH JIHmay J1AJOay neI
I may be sell In the oltke of the Score Scoretaray Sacratnrn ecre ecreteray
taray tnrn ot State show a total of votes votescast voteacact otescoM i
cast November 7 1882 as M1BO Tho Thototal Thot ihcttat
total t tal vote cost IlIstln In November 318W 3 18 IStO 0 wag woet
t 19833 Thus there was a consld consillelnble consillelnbleaaln rnble rnbleKaln
Kaln Instead of a loss nt the polls after afterthe atlerthe afterth
the th passage of the Kdmunds J Act and andthe 11111the ttd ttdthe
the enforcement of the t teal st oath formu formuIntcd tormuInled formuintud
Intcd by b theUlah Commission CommissionThe
The gentlemen comprising that body bodynever ho1 ho111lVlr bodytrver
never furnished tllrnl hel1 nny 111 detlnllo data on onwhich anwhlrh onvhtei
which they thQ based their opinion that thatthey thnlthey thetI
I they had hn succeeded In disfranchising disfranchisingnbout 11I tllefrniwiiIetpinbout Cranchl llllt lllltIIbout
nbout 12000 men and women because becauseot bfnll e eot
ot polygamy There were a number of ofpersons otlerSOnl oft
t persons prevented from voting who whowere whoWpro WhOvere
were not at the time of the election electionllvlnu elecllonJIving electionltvtng
JIving In II polygamy The theory or tho thoCommission thnCommlsllloll tii tiiCommiselon
Commission was OliN a polygamlst polygamlstjilways 1111Ifulrtlstlwn
4 jilways lwn 11 a polygamlst A majority majorityof
1 of that body decided that any person personwho personwho panorvho
who at any nn time since July 1 UW UWhad 1882hnd 18e2I
I had ad lived 11011111 In polygamous relations wns wnsnot wnsnot wast
t not entitled to vote Thus m men n who whowero whoerG ho hoerOIIl1882
wero erOIIl1882 erG In 1552 without a wife cit and silt women womenWho wornIllwho omenWho
Who were widows were prevented preventedfrom Ilrevellledtront tirevenedSron
from voting and were Included In the tneBuessedat ttleRUlSlIelllIt theguessedat
Buessedat ItOOO Everybody I who for fornny turIII1Y forany
any cause refrained from registering registeringfor
for or the election of 1SS2 was counttd count In InIho Intbo
1 the number Mild MilIto to toI be disfranchised disfranchisedbecause dllllrlnrl llld llldbecallst
I because > of polygamy Th Suprtnm SuprtnmCourt SupretllllColltt SUpremeCoutt
Court of the th United States Slnt sub SUbltlllll1t SUbltlllll1tJy nu nt ntJy
I Jy rectified that wrong wrongJudge wrongJUdge wrongJudge
Judge A AI t H Carlton Jli a member of the theUtah theUtnh theL
L Utah Commission for mitny IMII ywra In InMB InJlhl inIIM
MB book ulvlhg an account of the do doIngs 110Inga doinge
Ings of that body bod with many intwwt intwwtIIIK InlplfltJng thtsreetIng
IIIK lilts 118 of Information obtained during duringn dUrlI dUrlIn
I n long resdopco e In Vtah ulntea fllnl Qf Qfthe Qttbe QLI
the whole Mormon population In Utah Utahonly UtnhonlY Utahonly
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only n very ery small per cent ar Art In po polygamy 10Iygamy poi ¬
i lygamy and of the adult males from fleniR5
85 to 65 per cent nre > not living In n po polygamous pohgamolls palygamolle ¬
lygamous relation The Utah Com Commission CommisSIon CorntnIilon ¬
mission In Ita report nf October Ooto fr M MJ8SJ 101S83 ao18S3
J8SJ argued this way 1 Every married marriedMormon moniedMormon rnarrle4Mormon
Mormon who lakes but one plural vlf vlfloses t1t1o5e4
loses three votes for his party lIla hliown hi hiown lIlaI
I own and those of his hi two wive wivewoman wiemwoman 1 1woman
woman suffrage bMng b ln wtablUh wtablUht4
t4 e by law In Utah It w wtn wall wallDR wu wuen
tn this basis that the th calculation wa Watrnud weemade wafnad
made establishing the th small p percent JlKntI rcnt rcntage
age I ot polygamlsts to the population populationU
at that lime Th term polygamist polygimUlwait IJOly mllt mlltIVIlII
wait defined by b law to mean 8 per person peron person ¬
son having a husband or wl lfv living livingWho HlngWho livingwho
Who tohall hall marry any an oth oUi < i pcmm pcmmWhether 1lrlOnwlieUler 3rsontvbetlier
Whether married or sing m a Terri Territory ffrltoU TrrItory ¬
tory Pf t the United Utatia tHat tat oti et etlaw The Thelaw Chelaw
law applied IJPlle in In utah to mn Ih h had hadmarried hadmarrIed hadI
I married plural wive omen du n 1It 1ItJ11Brf ntpal7 t tmary
mary plural husbands Th pi flcranluie flcranluieo
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of vCnultlIII1IMIM ntiljKniiiHiH fltlyg in 1141 to Ie Hi1 til populntion WAS wnscotnpuli1 VOHcomJIlII WAScetajiul
cotnpuli1 > i thiil I hlj i ill i an II lint lintb IIllp IIllptlIWllhoIl IlnibieI
b bieI n IlifiiiiMu hll11 IlI n < I iii 11IIII1IO vnxii ingriN > MAAlll ajiO ajiOIn pJ pJI
In I I fll lif II publlr i piiiitx 111 0 I e was 1111 Li N Sl ciy sututl sututlIII N NJ1II IJln fl fllii n I IIII
III IMI III Hit IlimmlmUnn evfilotfllymade pvlet1yIllalic evfilotflly vllleOlfiIIIl1d
made fill error In their mlotildtlpnii IIfIIQulattphll1Ialn eaigtiltlptieJIISIIIg mlotildtlpniiplftoliK
plftoliK 1I1e lie number dlKfraneltlmlat dlKfraneltlmlatnearly IIl trall1hl ed lIll lIllnarl ttt tttnearly
nearly narl or nulte IUtee > n thouwnd per pernon IlIrIon ilerKOHL
non KOHL Hut In mi their rIIOIqIAt rIIOIqIAtOil report eiftUs eiftUson IALeIOH
on pine 2 WI Vs f have estimated o the thenumber IholIumbN tuel1Ufl1b4t
number of voter mule Inllllllllal and titttlhaw femulewhn femulewhnha
ha hUH b hUltt eh dlifrmiclitwil by reswn reseollpoiygntiy of ofPGlyenthy t tMIgnrhY
PGlyenthy nt 1 UOOO > 000 and ni1 there In nnvnow nnvnowa
a polygauilit III oltlce III irtali Tli rlly rllyRIIIQ Fliflynisq y ynl
nl RIIIQ lived till words nearly 11111 or itilte IttliteILUUO
11000 Y Vlun Yet t mi i llt i 2 of the Ih mine IIfl re report r rl10rl rport ¬
port they Ihp nMrt Among rnOI1If the Ih orthodox orthodoxMormons orlilollollMormon orthodoxlorinoiie
Mormons of Utah lte polygamy Is I a gor purl purlof
of heir lellxlotis faith and while but buta IJlil IJlilII
a small IlfrltinlilCo tr < tiiln o of till wllole fldult fldultMnrnion nl1l1l1Mllrmon ndilth1lIrflIOll
Mnrnion pojiuliitlon have attunUy setileilytsr en enlerwl n ntrflll
lerwl tsr ii tula pulyfitiiilc relation rill nil nilthe IIIUI illthe
the UI faithful bellwe In It al a dlllne dlllnerevelBllon 1111 thItinievela
revelBllon ievela lion Tim Atlltlllerfnl A AIsoik ola olalion
lion In adopting Its II mltlendlng 1f11 IllIng resolu resolution 111011tlon uaniutIoi ¬
tion did not quote that IhRlllltrRrnph paragraph from fromthe tromIhl fromthe
the report of dm UlnJi ommlsslon ommlsslonWhat nmll1llulIWhIt nmlnhlnionSIiat
What lh Illey y did IlIl1nUempt tiI aUnntpt to 0 cite In h not In Inthe InIh liithe
the Ih report of liSt notwithstanding 1I0twllh lanllhljf they theypretend Ih IhJlrellntl theypretsnti
pretend to Hive the page on which whichthey hlhIh iIii iIiitile
they Ih tile found their aiacrtlon aiacrtlonHut aaetttonpPut
Hut the uuenllon which Is 1 asked on onevery Infvtr JOCVCC
every fvtr hand among people who have havepaid
paid any attention lo the Intel cffoit cffoitof If 011 011ot
of If the mlnlsierv IIIlnl lelH Is what tin lItte ihelr ihelrr IhelrretrOllIIflIllvt theirretrospective
r retrospective tro Htlvc cxagRtrntlon e ngg rnllol1 to do tb with withtha lItilhe lilt liltIhl1
tha prMont Jlrlf ont itntus of Utah affair affairWhat IIlflllr1illlll liffIlIrsWhat
What illlll fPly Is their resolution re olulJulI to II the thetlguicn IheflgUIII itofigures
tlguicn Klvtn by II CoMBrotwuuiu Hutliur Hutliurland foIUUllltlund l4uthiiflanti
land a nil io o the rapid decline In the thenumber Ihenumbe thenunThel
number of polygamous families In he IheStllll theRttite heBtntp
Btntp and nlll UH present Inilgnldcunco Inilgnldcuncocomparw InslgnlneuneecOlllplltl InSignifleu000COill
comparw COill 1 with WI th the population IJJIPI1IU t ion We Wewill We11I e eIlI
will 11I state for or tho 110 hOllulll no lit of our rendum rendumthat lellllflMtllat ieguiiNthat
that his figures were wt > re obtained after the themost Ih IhmOHt themost
most rigid investigation 11If tlgnllulI Instituted IrI tltuh11 for forthe turthe forthe
the purpose of learning accurately th thcondition Ihll tueCOillltiOfl
condition uf affairs nnd securing In Information IIItorl1ltlon illfortnqtion ¬
formation positively reliable reliableTho rsUnlllefhu reliableThu
Tho CongrctHmanH Btatoment can be bedepended lie10J1 beilopcnded
depended 10J1 11le1 upon whereas the ruotutlon ruotutlonadopted resihitlofladopted ullliutlonal1oJlld
adopted by the Ministerial Association Associationwns IOclnllonWII
wns bused upon n crafty und unlllcelltlp unlllcelltlpcOlnlllllnlloll deceptive deceptivecomputation deceptiveCOinlOitatiOn
computation by ii an oxpnmoher who whomany ho hoII1I1I1Y hOmutty
many years Y lIrH ugo wns Ill convicted by th thDcMrvt the thllDe thefleserrt
DcMrvt De erct New of wilfully W IIu II lylnij about abouttho ahouttill aboutthe
till Mormoiw in n prominent maga magazine 1I11I flilIgItzInc 1 ¬
zInc Heaccused lie accused the Mormons of ofnetting utHutting ofsetting I
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netting fIre to n Iresbyterlan chapel chapelwhen chnpelwhln chapelsiien
when the foot wu proved 11rove beyond bo ond sue suece HUCu1I1 sueeesaui
ce u1I1 sftil ctmtritdlctlon by member of oftlmt orthnt ofthat
that denomination on that the Mormons hforinoIltbVelO Mormonswcio
wcio Instrumental in Having tho build building IlIll1dIng builtlug ¬
ing from ilcBtructlon antI had nothing nothingto
to do with lIh cnuslng the > conflagration conflagrationWo
Wo v never learned that ho over nttempt nttemptcd
cd to retract his falsehood us to that thatmatter thntmnllCI thatmatter
matter or to othorN of n similar char character rhltrncter chttractor ¬
actor of which he woe lU guilty guiltyIf
It It were worth ollh while hllo wo could ml mldiice u udueo ittducek
diice < plenty of 0 evidence In nupport of ofthe otthl ofhe
the Ktivtcment of th tlw Utiih Coniiiil9slin Coniiiil9slinwhich COlllll119 CointuletonvhIeIl loll lollwhich
which the mlnlstura have hn Ignored that thatInU thathili thathut
hut a entaIl perccntngf of the whole wholemiult whnlaul wholetuluit
miult aul lf Mormon population actually actuallyenteittl nctunllyI1n111 netunllyCitetel
enteittl I1n111 III into the tie polygnmlo relation relationJlut relntlonUilt relatIonltlt
Jlut ltlt that Is really a dead Issue nnd we wenow 1 1nol wenow
now touch upon It simply fli IIIIJ I hoonuso It Ittiilx ItlltB Itlute
lute been h clI brouKht out of UH grave by n nbody nbol1Y abody
body of proftHsed Christian Chrl thlll ministers ministersfor
for tile Uia veryChrl8tlanpurpo eof ot arous arousing arousInA urmisIng ¬
ing prejudice nnd Inciting hostility hostilityagainst hOHIIIIIIIgo1118tn hoatilityagalneta
against a Church and nllln a people > who to dif differ I1ltftr tiltfor ¬
for from them th iii In matters uf u fnlth but butwho hutwho butwho
who are yet t sincere believers h lIlvprR In Jesus JesusChrist JesusChrist JoetteChrist
Christ an Urn Bavlor of mankind and andnro RIIlInrll andare
are laboring for or the redepmtlon of the thdwhole thohole thewhole
whole hole human race raceIf tRceIt raceIt
It tho Ministerial Association of this thiscity thlHbit thIsity
city bit cannot tutu n sulllclcnt Held for fortheir tortheir fortheIr
their pious exortlonN In the promulga promulgation ¬
thou of thlIr Ih lr own vit doctrines wo advise advlsothem al1llIoIhol1l advisethorn
them to bo n little more careful when whendabbling whentlnlJhllng whendabbling
dabbling In tho murky pool In which whichfigures Ihlchgurls hIcii hIciifigures
figures gurls gloAt 1I0 t that have hll > been prepared by byso byAll byccl
so unreliable nnd tricky a hnnd OR tho thoauthor thonuthor tileautilor
author of their latest resolution resolutioninnVHICOMI rOfolullollriiifWI rosoiuttoniiiilHtVltCOMi
riiifWI innVHICOMI ICmm TO l iinxuv iinxuvThe III hlINItThe SIt SItThe
The nelcomo accorded to Prince PrinceHenry Princelfonr rlnooHanr
Henry onhls arrival In this Ihl country U Uull IIul Isitti
ull thnt could 1 Ie > desired and nntur nnturnlly tottutally
ally 111 In Oermnny the pjople I opll nnd nut the thecourt UIPlourt tuecourt
court are highly gratified Ounnan OunnannowspiiiwA ll aennultneWepMJWlk9 nnan nnanneIIPIIts
nowspiiiwA have hl f expressed the opinion opinionthat opInIontittit
that t the Vllhlllulton ubllcittlon In Unglamt of cer certitln eltilin ceitRIO
tRIO dlpUimatlc lIf1l ll1l1lic proceedings In ii connec connection connection ¬
tion nlth the t lie RpanlshAmerloan S panish A nterloan Will WillWIJI1 winvte n nwqi
wqi piomptvd t II ly a desire to spoil the theroyal theroqi
royal visit 181t it t this Is true the reception receptionproves lICepUUI11JroefI receptionviuveei
proves that tho object has not been beennttnlned heellntlnln beenflttnIntI
nttnlned l Tim prince has been re rerclvfid re1111I relYSItI
rclvfid lYSItI with the most tmthuslastlo cor cordiality corI1luhl cardhulity ¬
diality everywhere and It U outs I to tonny toHII toNay
Nay HII thut his hl journey to the various variousparti VUIIOII1JCIlt vuilouspetit
petit pithe 111 the country will be a trl trluinithit1proci 111tll1llhuprocjHlolI ci cit1LltIihitt
uinithit1proci tll1llhuprocjHlolIInt t1LltIihitt ProcI elon elonIrlncc on onJilnet
Irlncc Int Henry fomeg 10 111 eB not only onl M the thebrother thebrother tuebrother
brother and national 11818 < 111111 roprtwentntlvo of ofn orn ata
n potentate for whom the Amerlonn Amerlonnpeople dmrIeanPeoPle mrIOflnIJeaf1le
people entertain n 1 great deal of respect respectbut rGIIPootWI respectbtit
but al also o HI I the representative of a agreat aI agreat
great I ent nation with which we mo at atpeacra ntleaD atpeses
leaD and with which we desire to M Mtabllin IftlA ccteblIsit
tabllin lA bUill If posMble bl still more friendly friendlyrelrtlon frlolll11yIkllonll friendlyiehtona
relrtlon It l III well known that Ger Germany Oermany 0evminy ¬
many entertain similar sentIments Mntlmentsarid
arid thai the prime 111111 comeg as the bear bearer ¬
er of cordial greetings from hit hi own ownmulon own1IUlIlItIQr ownnutlun
mulon 1IUlIlItIQr Xtwer the Ih lie clrcumMtancea what whatever whalevn whetever ¬
ever courtfhy 18 f ex IXlenl1l11l I end wl to him I Ian IIIn IcIt
an cxpretoion of 0 f friendship front one oneireat on onrat ongreat
great rat nation to another anotherNo
No o BioloM Is needed for iHiUtenew iHiUtenewIn 1 >
In n chi country kings and maglitrHtei maglitrHteiare mllllltnlllire
are not ollhlPf1 voi hlped ns special favorites favoritesof
of D Dellf Datt lty They The > are not shown deference deferencenn
nn any inch ground l Hut they are arehonored Areltonotl1l1 areileitoved
honored ltonotl1l1 M the trusted servants of the thele th thI thep041115
le I p041115 ple and cd as rt preenutlvc > of the themaleity thpInt1elt thisiflalesty
maleity of the t1t p I osople ople ple It Is I entirely entirelyoiiMielent fntlNIOll11Ilelll entirelyconuietelit
oiiMielent that one free iwople houll eltnuhlllIeet IttUI1meet houllmeet
meet another with courtesy and good goodwill goodwI
will 111 and show thin In UK manner that thatprevalent thltprevillent thatprevalent
prevalent customs demand demandWe II IIlnlUl11f
We f trust that the vIsit of the em emperorn emperorlI emperore
perorn brother may give him all the theplearurt thejlltI1ut theiteitpire
plearurt he haa IIntlclpat ntlclp tea from It Itand ItntJ Itand
and ntJ hal hat an a result of It the he relation relationb relaUonltwen relationsbtween
b btween tween the Ih fatherland and the A inert inertcan mrlcan merican
can Hepxibllc will be gllll more cordial coitltelthnn cordialIhnn cordialthan
than they IhP are Jtoth liav hllve much to tolearn 10ltarn tolearn
learn from one another Mutual Mutualthorough 31utllalthoroullh Mutualthorough
thorough acquaintance will reault lIIIulllItent In InMutual IiifnuuI
Mutual benefit America extends n nfriendly 1tllentll mefriendly
friendly hand to all the world and andwhatnver alllihalfler mendwitaineer
whatnver country will honor us with an anoffldil InolUrlll enoipelil
offldil oipelil visit will reeelve ItI an equally cor corAM eardccl
AM Nd welcome welcomeAX wJco
AX ANAHCIUST ANAHCIUSTSetmtor ttttltCuIlsi 1lIISI 1lIISIsttfltor lliSl lliSlSe1ctor
Setmtor Hoer and andothec Where hav pro proposed propOIll1 proposed
posed more or lens MrtotMly that An AniirchleUi AnfIlltl tntuthIt
iirchleUi Iw 1 given a < hance tlC to tNt th IhtII IhtIII tltpiiltIIM li liIlnm
Ilnm I < In Minn mH KM iui jllIe4 4 lpe prefeiiihi prefeiiihim preti pretian hi hian >
an 4unu unI t h I k i > ey e could harm n non uon
on but Ih h i i 11 n 1 bat been lull > ttt
gen gencallsuporeit r IIsUpptlftllt J thoulllr that UP UPtnoln III IIImaIn hi himain
maIn i 1lIllIIln iiem to that arniiltimrnt arniiltimrntlniild
lniild vinatiflt from the Anarchism Anarchismthetniehm Anarchlill1IiInehoM AnarchIststhiEnPelvue
thetniehm That nppimrm 1lll I to 0 be b n nmljHU 1mlal meinIatnk
mljHU mlal inIatnk kf v however Kor l or now comto comtoan
an Airniclilm tmper and ntl diclarea tlmt tlmtluch thBtluch Itatluelt
luch a tttletncnt of tile Aniirahlat Aniirahlatproblem AnRlGhlstIlfoble Antireliletiwobleili
problem would b be 1 hllihly satisfactory sutlsfnctoryOnly 1UtlclorOn
Only On I the nugaestlon IIlIitlIbhl1I1UIIJ lamndn tlmt a aportion alortion
portion of it the th United Un II II Sluto tntts intend intenduf 1111111or
uf nn RIIIlulIIl smut b bll sot clnlurt apart for the Ih III IIIIIIhnll1l oxigtItfllit x xperlmint
perlmint The paper referred to 1011II8 1011II8UIh says saysSuch ay ayn
Such all n experiment experimentund InanrurtIt41 InanrurtIt41HIII
und canlnl bill III rood 001 faith would wouldMttle wOllhIWi voultlittle
little th lie Aliurtlilst iti iitietitlofl ntlnn and nut nuttie 1 fJ1tie cuttie
tie II right It Anarchy proved a Hat Hatfailure lIttalhlrt flatfailure
failure In prnetloe the community communitywould ioinrnunltywouhil lJIntnllnllWllulll
would nlllnmt nlthitiawiy ly b be broken up ho IhltJrtner theformer hoformer
former Anarchist AtllflJ tea cubist IIIIM reclaimed from fromtheir trOl1ithllr fromtheir
their doluiloit would become loyal end nmltiiwful Hn HnUlletuIIIIUIIII enduseful
useful UlletuIIIIUIIII citizens and IIlIlltl1 men llu 1w > AnarchIst A nil 11 h 111 pro propuffMhda IJIoIII1AIIIe Propeiettte
puffMhda hen llIr thoroughly I discredited discreditedwould c1hllrtdltll1loulll ilieiretlltsdWould
would fall I Into Imiociioti I ml ltietiotl iletmetude iletmetudeIf doslist title titleIf
If It Is proved nble liIs to I hold together togetherbut
but tiP lo thrive thrt If It would laps Inl Into Intooutcllrlty Iulo11JlClltlt tub tubobiebttlty
outcllrlty helnu abandoned by II all save saven nvlIIt
It few IrivftoncllHhle 1rtlI onclhhl malcontents and andth Iuclthe cmlthis
th the Idea which IIIh could show no bolter bolterVHSUlli bftller1IIUlIl IistterrwsIte
VHSUlli whtn placed pllll 1 on trial wotiil wotiilspeedily woud1I1dlly wotidspeedily
speedily sicken l karl and die In th tile world orlll at atlarge III1IIlIfl atbeige
large If It proved a cheeses MUel tl tlAnarchism th thAllarlhl1II tlAnarchIsts
Anarchism would be contented and andthe Rudlilt ituidthe
the rotnmunlty would grow 1111I nnd pre preserve fireern putserve ¬
serve friendly relations with nil the thenations thoIII thenations
nations III lion Noh04I Nobody could 1luldlOllllbl powlbly be bllln blllnJur1 In Injured injiired ¬
jured by II It nnd valuable lesootm might mightIm
Im learned by II HIP t rest of the I world worldWhy wurllWhy ettirhilVhy
Why ihould not this plnn I 1141 lt tried IrledU
U can bo MI curried nut UI I H to I lit fair fairIn tlilrIu faIrI
In I ii the I It a Aimrohlttts i ila roiilsti and fair tn the got government KO KO1J1lIl11enl gotornineTIt ¬
ernment It would Iw far mer more econ economical ceOIlolllk ocOlioiuiicitI ¬
omical olllk < 1 thnn I ha ii nny a 11 other proposed plnn plnnand IJIIIIalill iiituiaitfi
and won would M require r llllh no 01 curtailment curtailmenttht
tht existing llh IIhelll rtl s nf the Ih Am m1111I m1111IIIJllh Ifl Iran Iranpeople hUnltWiilC
people It would lie tI attended by II little littlefriction IIUlerlcUon lIttlefriction
friction nod nrovwiiUvii iv of no 111 will willU 111 111It I IIt
It would have no unplwiMtnl flerqf IICt afterntfeels flerqffeotn rjt rjtf
feels f IJIlI and would a uid require no supple supplementary 1llIllle111PIIIIII stipplenientary ¬
mentary legislation Iltl latlon t III render It enact enactIve sheetlye rtlfctIve
Ive A All It would corns Unt In the simp of ofhrlUUIon lit1ItRllon ofInvItation
InvItation and not that t of compuUlon compuUlonthe
the I Anarchists A theinselvu yes would coop cooporal coolcrate
oral In carrying It out It would 011111 free freeAmirchUtt trelAlHlrlhl freeAnnrelitsts
AmirchUtt ls itmtt nd governmentnllsts alike alikefrom allktrom aliketrain
from a I Jtamposltlon of which both bothcomplain blllhllIIlIllhllll bothCtutitpItbilI
complain It would itllow ullo the Anar Anarchist AmiArcitlat lIIr lIIrchlsl ¬
chist experiment to he hi fairly tiled tiledwithout trldwlthOll1 triedwIthout
without Injury to tho lawupholding lawupholdingcitizens
citizens clll clIs of any 1111 nation and remit lo lobo 10IJII toho
bo obtained which would te 1 conclusive conclusiveto
to the tll Anarchists themselves as well wella wellnil
a nil to I the rest of the I hI world It would wouldsolve lOllllllol wotuitisolve
solve lol the xed Htmn peacefully peacefullyharmoniously IllInrullhllrmolilulJlIl penceflillyIiiirtnouiitnieiy
harmoniously permanently I IlH1111I In 1 y It I C Is I til tilotilyprouoalllnn thonlY Iie Iieonly
otilyprouoalllnn onlY 11N1uollltlllnwhlch lroooahtlnfl which would wo1tllrlnlf bring In Hislnnt Inslnlllllllllnslll1lf instout
stout slnlllllllllnslll1lf and muting rellsf ip 10 nil concern concernwithout concerned cOllcJrnlwithout concernedvItiotit
without Indicting hardHhlD or Injustice Injusticeon
on any Why Wh not consider It UOne ItOne 1
One objection to lh the plan that con conUinplnted conIGlnplntell contimiplnteft
Uinplnted the th 1 establIshment of an An Anurchlst A Aarchlst ut utmercittat
urchlst reicrvatlon re within the limit limitof IIl11ltllat
of the ho United Btttt 81ntll n Is that such an anImperlmn nnIrn anlmpetiuun
Imperlmn Irn erilltnlil In Imporlo would not he htdoelr htdoelrnhle 1 dofllr dofllrnble tloelrable
able In any nil cnunlry l1l1ltr Tt > It the discon discontented dlconlenlf dhscontentif ¬
tented of all nlllhl the world nrhl would ouh1110ck Mock and andno aflilIto
no country eon offer nn noylum to that thatel thntelmnt thatelement
el element m nt It the Aimrohlils nun slneor slneorIn elneorein Inr re reIn
In the hit suggestion that the reservation reservationplan
plan b be tried they should themsfllven themsfllventnlw thfllll ehell ehellInI
take tho Inlllotlve and nn Isolated Isl Island 11nntl IsllflI ¬
and would be th till proper pl piece ee of ex experiment II IIpelhncnl epeuImnent ¬
periment There they would havo no noenemies 110eneml noenemIes
enemies lI to fight They hey would have to towork 10Vorll towork
work for n living and their Ingenuity Ingenuitywould Inllollllityoul Ingenuitytvouid
would oul be tested Their good qualltlei qualltleiwould lIuolltlllwuuh1 luftiltleawould
would bo developed Who knows They Theymight Theymight Choymlsht
might even learn by II oxporlonco that thatsome thot10m1
some sort of a Bovcrnmont In Indlspcn Indlspcnonhlo 11II1I8POIInhlo tntllspcnalili
onhlo In thin Imperfect Htale of hurnnn hurnnnconditions humonlulllltionH lititnantutt1itIofl
conditions tot t the Anarchists of nil nilthe nilth nilthe
the th tVorld 01111 go together hm 1111111111 plan for an anexodus Oilaxolu anexodus
exodus to ar IIJ Hden I dun of if their ownrhor ownrhorwoul own There Therewould rhereouIt3
would Iw no II objection lo their emigra emigration PllIlgrntloll cinigrilIon ¬
Ion and the Kovernmmit might nnd nndthem nnltthem flntiheat
them a suitable Island There would wouldbe voultIbe
be no o harm In th the expeilmont expeilmontVDVll expelimnuntfaro xpnlmontjrOoI
faro jrOoI VDVll IJ Ol C1o JUIIIMIIC JUIIIMIICThe J JUlthlIiThe Unllmrill
The pope has enerod upon the Jfith Jfithyenr Srlhyenr 2rttiyear
yenr of his iul pontIficate and tho anni anniversary uIIIIIualy utitilvetsary ¬
versary ualy of Ills ulectlon was duly dill cele celelirnled eelehrnled ceiehvate1
lirnled In Home on the SOth of o thin thinmonth thlRI1onlh thIsHiontiu
month by IJ the singing of fe Doum and andother 11111olhot nut nutother
other ceremonies Three hundred hun rel1 rep representative tlIrnlaUtI roilresentatlvea ¬
resentative of Catholic organizations organizationsnttendod orgnnlzlltlonsnltenl1ot orgniilzatlonsattended
attended the service und the pope np npt npIIfAred nplared
IIfAred t sred nt a window of the Vatican lltIon and andwatched nn1wntohed antiwatohed
watched the crowd < disperse During the theday till1I tileday
day 1I he received many congratulations congratulationsand
and a 11I1 gave nn nttdlence In the throne throneroom thronprIohl thronerimni
room to n committee < which presentou presentouhim IIrl pnllrj pnllrjhlll1l
him hlll1l itt mu a commemorative Iss medal The rh malo malocelebration 11111111celhrntlon tutu it itcelebratIon
celebration will take plate on the Ih 3rd 3rdday cd cdila
day 11 of March th the day after the flm flmanniversary n flndimiunlveranry nC nCIInnlrlllry
anniversary ot hi lila birth birthConiUctlng birtheonllllt birthConilietilmit
ConiUctlng 1f rumor a cc to the phyaiiai phyaiiaicondition physlittIetiOLlitioll < nl nlcln
condition cln ltIn of the Iloinan pontiff have haveoften hnnotten hutivuoften
often been circulated o lIul 1111 lint It seems that thathe tlmlhe thatlie
he In now about RboulliB as well lellll an ho was when whenelected whImelecled wheneleCted
elected pope with the exception of the theweaknegfl tillwtlllkn9 thustvenknea
weaknegfl H of old nge To his temperate temperatemode temperlltlmodi temperatemode
mode of living and tho holy onlm thIn thtueeenui thInnlll thatasente
eeenui nlll to nil hi his soul no matter whut whuttnintplres whuttlSI11I111I1I whuttmitilaplrss
tnintplres nrouml him hi lila friends at attiiblite litlhUl attIitiiite
tiiblite lhUl the tIi fact that hu Is still alive alivennd alivemulti
multi able to 0 perform his dlltl duties Then Thenhave Thereiit
have iit been several old oh topes Gregory GregoryIX <
IX I 18 mid to have been 100 years ellr old oldwhen oltlwhn oltiwhen
when he hi died He wan aII elected olt ltltl nt the theage IheIII blueago
age III of Si Ctileitlne lit was 85 8 yoara yoaraWhen yotilfiWhen ORll1 ORll1When
When elected Ilecl l nnd lelgnetl linen years yearsThe yearsTue eau eauThll
The pope fIOIJIIIIIeltptlonR reception have ben dee deeirlbed d tilltrlbeil
irlbed by h newitwper newapa uer r correspondents correcpondentBAdmittance correlondel1taAI1mlttnc correspondentsttnilttance
Admittance I is 1 obtained through the theambaiMtloni Ihlf4l11bal1or theamiibsietlore
ambaiMtloni and ant nl1 when the tickets ticketshave IlIketHhavl ticketshte
have been examined and everything everythingIouiil ler everythingtouiiid thlnlC thlnlClUlllld
Iouiil correct the party Is I conducted conductedInto
Into a splendid audience chamber en entlily lnthly n ntlely
tlily without furniture except the pa papal palieu
pal throne and are arranged III u ilide ilider 1115amount
r round the th VI1 11 by nationalities For Formerly Porft1f1ly Formorly ¬
merly th the holy fhmer IUtI wee seated upon uponthe uponIhe uponthe
the throne and the lie visitors passed 1I8 ed In Inprocession InlrO iiiirocesslon
procession lrO < IHlon before him klMlng his hand handml hanlaM handand
aM ml count of them his slipper and ex exchamrlnij tXrhalllln oxeiutngln
chamrlnij a few word Ordl with him Ia Iul IulSunil IaetSunday t tSunday
Sunday Sunil A say one correspondent nl he herld hecikl lietid
rld not leave the Hedan clAn hair in which whichbe whIchlie
be I II parried and the vlrttors were 1 not notallowed notaUolted notalloWed
allowed to approach him Leaning < for forwant tillwaril furWard
want Im extended 1 bin almost tran transliur transliursot lll1r lll1rInl iur iurent
sot hand toward them In the attitude attitudeo
o oj blessing bluhlhr1 hind made u brief tillrp ddr < > M in infrench InIrrenuli
french 1 lfn h c tlmrratuIthl1 n ratuJatlii them u upon I1I > on the theNew 1111Xw tlitew
New ew Year lllr expressing it hopI that they theymight thl thlInlrht theyinihtt
might enjoy happiness and prospciliy prospciliyand prollpI prollpIanll
and admonIshing them to observe O MI their theirletlglpu theIrI
I letlglpu duties and their obligations 10 toOod 101or1 101o4
Ood Cud lid man Th Thon n ratalng < Ills hands handsajtalit halllllifI11i handscgahi
ajtalit he h pronounced a benediction up upen upcii
en 11 you ind nd all that lieloiign tu you youyour youyour u uour
your our famtlle your 011 kindred ami your fouronl yourlioseehon yourpottewloni
pottewloni onl und 11I1I11111Y may the God of Meny Menyml Meriyentl Irf Irfnll
entl ml the Hob Mother five you their theirIleiatn thtlrloIuJlI theirleasing
leasing and preserve you Qtl from sorrow eorrowand aorrolarid sorrowand
and sin aJnTh slnTb sinThe
The Th beautiful old man the writer writercontinues wrltrlOlIlIataet writercontheatles
continues then tank back Into his hllrhlllru11 hisrhahrea1f hi hirhalraa
rhalraa rhlllru11 f eXltauited < I1AU tt4 by b the th effort He Heclosed IIelOlttl 1kcloset
closed ht his eM II and his hi mlntly Inll face a was wasIlluminated 11111lIIumlnAtfll wasIiltimhiitd
Illuminated with A em smile lie The stalwart stalwartfwlas ItlartlI tIwsrtwls
fwlas lI KtianlR lifui IIttd the chaIr genii jfentlund geniicud ntl ntluJt1
und bore 00 mm I m slowly Ilo aloft h through the open openIoom ofMInnolll openoors
Ioom to his ht own apartment where wherehli
hiM d dflUI v ulilut mt ihvsl IhYIknl1 < iin nub attendant attendantavaltmic 1I1IndaallualtinlJ u ten4tsiiJ
avaltmic iiJ alting him He WU a lifted IItI from fromhis ff frnthIs 111 111hl
his hl rhttli to ii Miuoh lId Hint u 05 usual lay 10 10I
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puifullst puifullstChicago Pliliill5eiChicago
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teen year old who trim ho lias MWtUitiily MWtUitiilytino 1Iei1 JDIIIY JDIIIYCIlia
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who ho In I only sixteen und mind fitts hiri dd killed klllltithrH killedthree killedthree
three men menIn mellIn menIn
In tlmw fhll days of if lights llghitsnt4 Aii IluL tUmors tUmorsof IWnorsor iim iorw iorwof
of senatorial fight pwplo 11l lIQ nhQulil uiliruli ro rotnembBr renllullher rimember
member tlmt there IK a 8 Slntllol natm < Mo MoUiurln MI1lIurlll MoLuhti
Uiurln from ruin South Carolina alit a aSenator IIHtllltlr aeiiator
Senator MvLaurlu from rrOtlllIl8fIM Mlsalmlppl MlsalmlpplThere MlssissiiilIilhierv hllJI hllJIlhpro
There Is danger lint thero will be bean brtill bean
an Invasion of America IIItIICI1Jy by representa representative r rvlirasentatires llr6lIlal1tJff ¬
tires of European tlIroll lIn loyalty the people of ofIho orIha oflie
lie country fOil Ctitititi II I having M lI iellthIl811 < cnthusluallpnlly cnthusluallpnllyreceived enthiusIisttimiiyreesiveil 1 IIY IIYreCltllel1
received Urnmnys Jirlnoa JirlnoaVo l irlnoeYosterilays rlllMyoterrlarlI
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that Irlnro 1111I o Henry lI nry hn hu iiulte asiiiuili asiiiuilienergy IlSll1l1cllllIlrHY tie tilucli tiluclienergy
energy n its ills hi Imperial broth8ueh broth8uehay btothtff JS iuii iuiiII h hn
n CII day < ay would Imvo compluMU compluMUthe il uggsui uggsuibite HI 1 1the
the most devoted Boclaty letv lender lenderWhat lodurWhat
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What I i he Junior senator from tr in South SouthCuiollna Southo1lollna Mouth1iiohIna
Cuiollna ira salt 1111 Id to the senior H enetor nwf 4toi from fromSouth trornfOlllh trainotithi
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