TITE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, TUESDAY MOKNESG, JUNE 21, 1904
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PHOENIX. ARIZONA. JUNE 21. 1901
Will It be Taft.
. Honors as a prophet have never been
sought by The Republican, but if the
Hon. William H. Taft. secretary of
war, is nominated for vice-president at
Chicago this week, this paper will be
the only publication in the United
States that can say, "We told you so."
Several weeks ago the nomination of
Secretary Taft was predicted in these
columns, the prediction being based on
accurate information as to the person
al' wishes of the president. A number
of papers in the east commented on
The Republican article at the time, but
until yesterday, when the Hon. John
D. Long, former secretary of the navy,
announced th candidacy of Taft, not
a word had been heard from Washing
ton concerning the possible nomination
of the popular secretary of war.
.Undoubtedly, as we pointed out at
the time the prediction was made, Mr.
Roosevelt has desired to leae the con
vention free to make its own choice for
vice-president, and it cannot be said
that he has interfered for or against
any candidate. But it cannot be doubt
ed, either, that he would be greatly
pleased by the nomination of Mr. Taft.
William H. Taft, the favorite of Mc-
Kiniey, the able jurist, the brilliant
statesman, the creator of civil govern
ment in the Philippines, the clear
headed secretary of war, would make
an ideal candidate for vice-president:
ideal, because he is big enough for the
presidency, and because he would add
strength to the ticket.
"The accumulations ' of wealth, the
vast material equipment of civilization
of our day, ought not to mislead us
into supposing tnat tnis is an age
gross and material beyond precedent;
more debauched by greed or intoxicate
! ed by material power than any that
has gone before it. It is not. Thcugb
its spiritual Impulses and conceptions
and undertakings do not run so exclu
sively along the old hallowed and fa
miliar ways of religion as -in some no
ted days gene by, the spirit of man has
waxed as strong in our time as has his
hand, and has given itself to works as
mighty and as influential."
But of this it is possible to make the
criticism that although this age is not
"gross and material beyond precedent,"
it does show some of the symptoms
HOW TO FIND OUT.
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an unhealthy condition of the kidneys;
if it stains the linen It is evidence of
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convincing proof that the kidneys and
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What to Do.
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LOS ANGELES, CAL.
SCHOOL TALKS, NO. 7.
t n rrC ff .111 it 1 1 !! 11 .1- Ua. -"! .i . - .. .. 3 . . .
u T . up many tJmes during the night. The
n ueu uecaueuce waa ut.-KUiuuiK. ine m i n1
hope in the situation is that while it
does show these it also exhibits a re
markable persistence of the higher
moral qualities. Side bjj side with con
ditions which suggest a crumbling em
pire flourish as never before in a great
nation the feeling and practice of that
form of virtue which proceeds from
love of one's neighbor and respect fo
one's self. As Dr. Wilson said, in an
other place: "It is cur modern philos
ophy that virtue is not for the cloister
and the convent, but for the open field
and the dusty road and every place of
work and intercourse." We believe this
to be a just statement. It is also a re
turn to the more primitive conception
of Christianity. It is the substance
rather than any particular form that
is represented, and it is for this reason
that the statement will not wholly
please those who fix their attention too
much on the form.
College Presidents and Their Ad
dresses. College presidents, like college grad
uates, do not always strike original or
interesting notes in their graduation
addresses, but in the baccalaureate
talks of this year there is not a little
focd for thought. One thing is especial
ly noticeable; the men at the head of
trie principal seats cf learning in the
United States no longer indulge in the
spread-eagle, Fourth of July bombuat
which in former times was considered
the proper thing to deal out tr the
young- men who had just taken their
college degrees. A sober appreciation
of the fact that conditions in America
are by no means ideal and that a heavy
responsibility rests upon the young
men of the country seems to be char
acteristic of this year's addresses. On
the other hand we do not find a gloomy
pessimism, depreciative of everything
American. Perhaps the most notable ;
remarks heard at college commence
ments this year were made by Presi
dent Faunce, of Brown university, and
President Wilson at Princeton. Presi
dent Faunce directed some of his lnoit
caustic sentences against our national
"The American nation is regarded Dy
impartial . observers as agile rather
than profound in intellect. We are a
people of quick perception, sensitive
temperament, swift to respond to our
environment, and with peculiar ver
satility in resources. Yet we still stand
cutslde the realm of ripened wisdom
and assured and stable conviction. The
national mind plays over the surface
of things with wonderful brilliancy; it
does not penetrate them with any
great depth. Hence we see around us
much disordered opinion much vacillat
ing endeavor, many scattered insights,
find we seem to walk by the light of
Hashing metecrs rather than by the
glow of ancient and ordered constella
tions. We have marvellous inventors,
but few scientists of the first rank; ex
cellent writers of school books, few au
thorlties in education; admirable
preachers, few theologians whose voice
i3 heard in Europe; skillful expositors
in philosophy, no thinkers who rank
with those of la wis where thought has
time to brood and ripen before action
Ripened wisdem is the one thing
lacking, and through this alone tomes
intellectual freedom. Dr. Faunce de
scribes it a little differently when ho
says that the only way to such freedom
is through discipleship to those far
greater than ourselves, but we take It
that through this comes wisdom and
through wisdom freedom, and that the
farm he preferred was chosen as lead
ing directly to the application in a re
ligious sense which he was preparing
tu make. And yet wisdom and religion
go so hand n hand that there is no
separating them, unless the attempt is
to deal only with one form of religion.
President Wilson, while admitting
many tendencies of n unpromising na
ture .argued againBt the conclusion
that this is an age given over to mate
rial.'em, ' t ' t . .
The Advantage of PoflUon.
The Equitable Life Assurance com
pany of New York has a capital of
$100,000. which is restricted by law to
per cznt. per annum dividends. The
"Wall Street Journal" calls attention
again to the fact that a u'hlle ago $15,-
000,000 was. offered fOY the $51,000 par
value of Equitable stcck that carries
with it the control of the concern. This
$51,000 is entitled to Just $3,570 a year
and yet somebody stood ready to give
for It p. sum of money on which the re
turn would be about one-fortieth of one
What it means ,of course is that con
trolling the Equitable afford3 enormous
financial opportunities, which would
enable the person in control t make
so much that the entire transaction
would even up things and show a prof
it. The Equitable holds nearly $400,
000,000 of assets, and these represent
controlling interests in concerns whose
capital totals much more. The ques
tion arises as to what are the "financial
opportunities" -.vhich control brings
with It. What, asks the Hartford
Courant, can they be but "inside in
formation," and what is using inside
Information except making the position
of trustee available for taking personal
advantage of those one is trustee fcr?
That is really the size of it. The fact
that a man can" offer that which should
earn at least an income of $450,000 a
year for that which Is allowed to earn
only $3,570 a year is itself suggestive oi
Drs. Sollier and Comar, both Parisian
specialists in - the study of hysteria,
state that they have discovered the ex
istence of a new and remarkable sort
of power of second-sight in certain pa
tients. Instances of the form of vision
in which the seer perceives at dusk.
under certain conditions, his own dou
ble are well known to the scientific In
vestigator a3 well as to the romance
This kind of vision has been named
"external autoscopy." and is supposed
to be due to a peculiar development of
the physical sense of the ego, or the
physical consciousness of self. The new
phenomenon just discovered is "inter
nal autosccpy.' Certain female patients
observed by the two doctors have been
found to possess when in a hypnotic
trance w'uat appears to be the extra
ordinary power of seeing inside tneir
own bodies. This is introspection in a
literal sense. Uneducated women
knowing nothing of anatomy have de
scribed, for instance, in their own lan
guage. Using no scientific terms, the ex
act process of the circul.al ion of the
blood in their own bodies. As they
talked they seemed to be fo'lowing
with the mind's eye the. pulsations of
the heart, the working of the valves,
the arteries, and the veins, picturing
the whole n.orphology of the circula
tion with extraordinary accuracy,
though in their own popular parlance.
The most remarkable case observed
was that '.f a woman who, being tak
en with the first symptoms of appen
dicitis and afterward put in a trance,
gave a detailed description of the in
ternal effects of the malady, and said
notably that she saw a small piece of
bone which was causing her suffering.
Eventually it was found by the doctor,
when 'the woman had recovered, that
the appendicitis was precisely due to
the presence tf a piece of bone exactly
tallying with the description given by
the patient. This was Introspect toil
with a vengeance.
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more than mules do. I never heard of
an auto v.-itout learning that :t had
broken down or run away. Then there
are the extra expenses cf a man to run
the vehicle and the repairs. I guess
It's cheaper to ride the way I do."
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ramparts of Port Arthur as they did
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around it. for v.ithin that circle thev
have everything. The wealth of China
is incomputable. All the country needs
is the quickening power of the gospel.
When China is converted to Christian
ity it will become the greatest natton
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and believe in them. God has had
purpose in saving them these
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