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His tI s Recent Action in Cabi Cabinet Cabinet Cabinet ¬
net Crisis Wins Peoples PeoplesApprobation PeoplesApprobation PeoplesApprobation
Approbation ApprobationWhat Approbationhat ApprobationWhat
What hat Advent of First Con Conservative Conservative Conservative ¬
servative Cabinet Involves Involvesto
to Spanish Court Courtliung Courtung Courtrung
liung rung ung King KID < < AUwneos AU attitude ia con conon eoRn coari
n on with Ute reset rlON ministerial sslnllsrialeras ministerialcr Inlrlalat
cr eras is at Madrid astonished people JHt ple both botha bollthome bothtome
a home and ad abread by the precocityn precocity pncoettlb
n ib it indicated and has served to toI tot
t I = r age both his prestige pre UlI and alMllil his popu popularly po pohlY popularitr ¬
larly For when w Soaor SagasU tenders tender tenderlp
c lp I c resignation of his Id Liberal ad adXBiTistraMoa MID d dr
XBiTistraMoa r I D < trttlon Tt1t1oat at the tb beginning of Novem November Noembc NovemUcr ¬
ber bc In consequence of irreconcilable dtff dlf dlfnvnces dtefrYHfS
nvnces f rncee among ag his lit a colleagues the thejouthful thetbrul thestj7
stj7 jouthful < tbrul BMtaareh roB whe will UI not be bestvnteen benppn beecv
ecv stvnteen nteen nppn until atl1 next May Ma declined Ua to tocU toCc toc11
cU Cc l the Conservatives into lat council coa U or orto orto orto
to intrust them 1M m the formation of a acaMnt al aratn
caMnt ratn l D < t without a defeat dt > ret of the Liberal Liberalfhit Liberalt
t fhit t is to say the ministerial party In iaparllamenL Inpar Inpart
parllamenL parllamenLT par part lament lamenLJ
T vrr PI since the time U when beR Sputa Spal was wasciiowd wagr wasctQw
ctQw r ciiowd owed < d with a eonstitntIo constitutional el form of ofrovrmweal ofJ
rovrmweal J rnmnt the invariable Inftrl practice has hasU ha hah beetit
U M t for the changes of the cabinet to tobe tobe tobe
be rends at Madrid J 4lrtC without ktHMIt any u regard regardto reprcltn regardto
to the HI majority ia I the chamber of depu deputes deput ¬
tes t B Administrations were dismissed dismissedI
I ili t 111 he crown or else el resigned of their theirc theirecn
c ecn j o D accord either when they bad 1aadtl ceasedto ceased ceasedto
to tl enjoy tnjo the confidence and goodwill goodwillof
o of The b monarch or else e when 1Mn by di divisions diHions dt7isiuns ¬
visions among themselves they had hadrcttiiorrd hadrcTIifTfd ba baa d
rcttiiorrd rcrii red further eooperatieB with one oneanother oaenn e eathor a e
another nn > thfr in aa administration Inltratlon a matter mattero matt matto e
o impossibility m OlIslblllb When a cabinet went weatI wentot
ot c > I t of office the sovereign would call callen eallc cal calC 1
c en one of the leaders of the oppofli oppoflifitt 01tPOfl1I
t fitt I r to form aa administration ia fat ialiGTpnt
liGTpnt l 1Irpnt ft rent t tj to the fact that he bad no nogislatlve DOI n 0
I gislatlve gi lati majority in the house That
F < as a mere trifle for suasequsat ar arrangement arra arrargement ¬
rangement ra gpmeot For ac aeon IO e B aa a the new newiTmipr Dewtfmipt newpr
iTmipr pr inlet had formed Ms 111 ministry mIDllltr he hef heEuTd het
f EuTd t < urod from fr the throne a decree deer dls dlsf dlllfhjn
f fhjn lying the eortes cort Thereupon he would wouldat ould ouldIl
Il at once > proceed to ill 11 all the offices officesrjprially oinenrlwdally officesrprclally
rjprially those in the t provinces reviDCeS with withM
M 114 friends and adherents and as soon noonry soonas ItOODIls
as this was accomplished pliak the general generaleVotlon generalejdlon generali
eVotlon i tloa weald take place the new ap epFointees appftintws aprlintMS
pftintws rlintMS maneuvering the latter in such sucha
a fashion as to return aa overwhelm overwhelmg overwhelming
i ing g ministerial majority That has ha been beeninvariable beenth beenthr
thr th invariable inyarl le custom cusunaThe CU8taUIThp customThe
The parliamentary majority has always alwaysIon alwaYII1r11 alwayslr
lr Ion n manufactured after Uor the formation formationcr
c cr tt the t he cabinet by artificial means in inM InfIt Iner
er M fIt 1 T r to satisfy the needs eed of the admin adminIs
f Is y ration 1al on Instead of the latter being or orEinizod ortaOiZfd orgrriized
Einizod to conform C4 ntorm with th the require requirements requlreITlnts requirerrPnts ¬
ments and views of the parliamentary parliamentarymajority parllame1ltaryroaj parliamentarymajority
majority roaj < Jrlly ia 11 existence at a the Ut time U of Its Itst Igb liet
t b in I tnR nlC intrusted I with office me It is this thisknowledge thl thlt thinknowledge
knowledge t now Jtdse and assurance that the par parlismentary parl Mar Marlilimentary
lismentary l srnentary polls pou would always alwa show an aaoverwhelming anUHb anutfrwhelming
overwhelming UHb IIDI majority jortty for the adminis administration admlaltration administration ¬
tration that happened uppea to be in power powerwhen powerthpn powerwhen
when the general p ert election took place placethat plaeethat placethat
that has exercised rdaed such a blighting in influence Infupne influence ¬
fluence upon popular government ia iaSpain InSpain fapain
Spain pain t tlarge for It ha served 141 keep a very nryJarge verylarge
large and Important element of thepnpulatfoa the thepopulation theopulatlOil
population from casting its U ballots on onthe onthe onthe
the ground that BO matter Uer how onevoted one onevoted OReVotfd
voted the government would alwayswin always alwayswin alwarswin
win King Alfonso Ia eadeavoriag TOrlag to re reform reform reform ¬
form these methods and the Spanish Spanishpeople SpanishptopJe Spanishpeople
people at large are rt grateful to him forthe for forthe forthe
the determined fight he has made to ac aci acompUb cctomplish
i omplish the end be bad in view For an anentire anentire anentire
entire month J ODth he held out compelling eompelltngSagaata compellingSagasta eompeJllugSagaata
Sagaata to remain at the head of affairsuntil affairs affairsuntil aftalrauntil
until at length lgt the aged premier sue suetalned sustained va vatalntd ¬
tained a defeat teat ia the eortos eort when themonarch the themonarch themonarcla
monarch aeoeptod his W resignation andsummoned and andsummoned andsummoned
summoned the Conservatives to power powerthis powerthis powerthis
this being IDg r believe the first instance instancein laataBeein
in Spanish history of a change of cabinet cabinetfollowing eablnetIol1owlq cabinetfollowing
following a ministerial alnl el1al defeat la I the thecortei thecorte thecortex
The Kings Reasons ReasonsThere ReasonsThere ReasonsThere
There were other reasons r why hy the theKing UleKing theKing
King was anxious te keep the Liberalsand Liberals Liberalsand LIMralaand
and especially t > peclally S Sneer aor or Sagasta lega ta at the helm helmHP helmlie
HP 11 knew that If be It4 intrusted the forma formation format formattnn
tion t Ion of a cabinet to the Conservatives Itwould it itwould ItQuId
would QuId Involve lnYaI a general eleetloa Ol etJOR which whichin whichin
in the present disturbed condition eolMlIU of the thekingdom thekingdom thekingdom
kingdom is likely to lead to fresh pop popular JIOPUliir poplar ¬
lar outbreaks and troubles The last lastgeneral 1MtgtllITBl lastgeneral
general election took place only 081 a yearegu year yearSFO 1881IJlV
SFO and gave rise to rioting of a more moreor moreor moreor
or lees sanguinary ploary character throughout throughoutthe throughouthr t
the th kingdom and Don Alfonso wee waaauxious weeauxious S SaUXlOU6
auxious to preserve the country from be being beIng betng ¬
ing subjected to another such trial He Hetherefore HeU1efore Heth
therefore th retore urged Senor SagasU laga ta t tiRvor to en enaor enavor
iRvor aor even n at t the cost co t of concessions concessionsmade CODCeNIODtIWaIJe concessionsmade
made to tl his foes fC H to reconstruct nIC truet a Liberal Liberalabimt LiberalabilIt Liberal4bioi
4bioi abimt t and ad the old premier who had hadb hadlo11 hadt d
t b lo11 ea < u Qnee Qu Queea Christinas Cbrllltloa principal mentor men mentor mentur ¬
tor during her regency sad to whom theyung the theunn theptJnl
> ptJnl unn King KID < < had been bound by special specialn > specialtue >
n 118 < g of affection cad regard since his hisarlieet JilaTIIeSI h hrllest is
< arlieet childhood cJaI made de every possible possibleeffort polblsf
f effort Tort to satisfy dat7 Ma monarchs wishes wishesa wishesaunity
a aunity tualljr going I to the t length Ua of 0 oleria oleriaa offering offeringa g
a portfolio to the dissident Ideat Conservative ConservativeHtT Co Conservativeia MrYathe MrYathe1hr
1hr ia HtT tr r Romero Koatedo KoatedoThe ReM ReMThe RoMThe
The lattors atter pretensioas however were wreBU wftrefill werev
BU v extreme xtre especially with regard to toat toat t tiatronage
iatronage at ronage that the negotiations came t traught to toIM toI o
IM I raught tight sad Bagasts > pta after ft < < having exc ex extiid
c tiid i d the sosptetoa and Illwill of his histi hlail1I hi hiMi
il1I < Mi ti followers by oflsrtag concessions concessionstu eoaCOhtu eeacessionto s
tu the ib extreme ex radicals JII Ieab and the denun denuni denunnation
i Sutton lu tions of the latter laU by Ms W attempts attemptstring to tobring totIring
bring Conservatives Into his bl adminis admintstration administration dmIRI dmIRItratloD ¬
tration managed to form a cabinet that thatinspired thatLnspired tha thainspired t
inspired such h universal lack of cone conflI
d < I < nee that It was sotaated last week i ii in inthe h ht n
the t i hp cortex through IreIIIiI the to refusal of ofbod oflure a aJnrc
lure body bod of the Liberal party to vote voteia vo volu
ia j U its II favor favoritvelaawaa I favorIt
11 itvelaawaa elaewss > laaw thereupon summoned maed to the thepnlace thepnlaee t tpalace he
palace sod has now formed Cor a Conserve Conservati
ti t tit 1 < administration the first t since alnc KiA KiAAlfonso King KingAlfonso KIDIAHonlJO
Alfonso has attained aU his majority and andin andin an anin
in which the U tares principal l moatbers moatbersare merbrdre Mr Mrcire 6
are Senor eDor Vlllaverde VIII who is the mla mlaiKter mininter 111 111h
inter h tf > r of linens flna Scoot Date DB the u min minister siteInter hI hIlatfr ¬
Inter of Justice s said Oaaeral Linares Linareswho Uur Uurwho Linareswho
who was a tie bail bfd1T Ir W wotiaid M > at the hauls haul Ule e
of Santiago the minister of war Sr Wore Morssver Woreeysr or orIBYer
IBYer sver the series cort has been dissolved IlI eolved anda and anda Roila
a new general election ordered which whlehwill whichwill hhh hhhwill
will take place about next April which whichwill whichwill whichwill
will give time to the 111 be aew ew administra adlaltratlll administration administration ¬
tion to so reorganise re rgaRI the entire system systemof lIyttemof systemof
of provincial government as to assure assureRH atMIueaa assureas
RH overwhelming Conservative majority majorityat m Jorlt Jorltat
at the polls pollsScnor poUaSenor pallsSenor
Senor Silvelas Record RecordSeaerSIIvelas RooordS4JHKSIIla RecordSesorSllvelas
SeaerSIIvelas fortunately for the King Kingis KlnftIs KingIs
is ODe of the most t honored sad sterliuSgures sterJIru sterJIrufigures atert
figures ia the political life of Spain lie Hehas lieeh lieban
has much eh la common with the the French FrenchexPremier Fre FrenchexPremier ch chexPremfr
exPremier WaMeckReusasau WakleekItoue eau and like likethe likethe likethe
the latter latt r has bees the leader of the barof bar barof bArof
of his country sacrificing the larger largerand larxera largerand
and a d most J OIIt lucrative practice in Spain Spaiawhen SpainJten Spainwhen
when Jten he accepted the premiership short shortly ahortIy ¬
ly after the war with Ith this thl country eountr He Hesevered liesevered
severed fred his hi connection will the legal legalprofession 188alprolesaloR legalprofession
profession on that occasion ooea loo sot only onlyfor onlyfor
for the period that he was te remain rematnln rematnlnOIce in inonce 1notlice
once OIce but also for the subsequent aub equent por portion portion ¬
tion of Ills hi career oa grounds which whichafford wldchatrord whichagord
afford a remarkable Illustration of his bisbighmindedaess hlablghmlndedReM hishighmindedness
bighmindedaess and integrity Thereason The Thereason TltertIOI1
reason which 110 BO gave for leaving the bar barwae bArWtlt ba bawas r
was that the custom ou t m of expremiers aad aadexcabinet aadexeabl andercabinet
excabinet exeabl t ministers figuring as counsel counselIn
In court IK not calculated ealeuJat to promotethe promote promotethe promotet1M
the Impartiality of Judge or r to Inspire Inspirepopular inspirpopular e
popular Pllar confidence Jw JR the latters JUer strict strictsense strictloMe strictsense
sense of jostleAll Justice JusticeAll jliKleeAll
All over the continent of Europe thejudges the thejudges lheJtlg
judges Jtlg are subordinate lIordlD8t to Ute govern government pnrRmeDt government ¬
ment and depend upon the premier p mler and andUpon andupon andupon
Upon the minister oC justice ustIee for their theirpromotion tholrproBfOlIol1 theirpromotion
promotion and distinctions of one kiwi kiwiand klDltaDd k1 k1and
and another Now o a judge knov kno log this thisand thisanti thisand
and finding Ddlgs among the counsel in his hiscourt hlao hiscourt
court o l1lrt a lawyer who vJt has already onus oneeheld Olloehelcl onusheld
held the office of cabinet minister and andwho alHlw1to a
who in likely to become bee Rle a cabinet eabl et min minister mloietr ¬
Inter again will naturally turaU be tempted temptedto tempt
to earn the tatters goodwill hy ray grant granting grantlag grantleg ¬
lag decl decision i u favor of the cause eau ho horepresents korprb h o
represents At any 110 rate any ny judgment judgmentthat jllclgmohttt judgmenthat t
that the bench might deliver in favor favorof favorof favorof
of the cause ea ae would be exposed to the th e
suspicion of partiality Senor Silvelas Silvelasaction SUel SUelacUoB Silvelasaction
action created an immense amount ofdiscussion of ofdiscussion ordl
dl discussion cutMIlon at the time but was warmly warmlycommended warml warmlcomlRoDded warmlycommended
commended both at home and abroad abroadas
as the setting of a singularly tRgularJ high highstandard 111gbstandard highstandard
standard of honor In political life His Hisattitude III IIIattitude Illsattitude
attitude in this however is I In keeping keepingwith keepingwllh keepingwith
with the remainder of his career lie Heas lieaa lieas
as well as a Senor Villa Vlllaerdf verdfc to whom whomlie whamhe holD holDlie
lie has It new DO intrusted the treasury de department dertment department ¬
partment rtment preferred to resign their port portfolios porttollos portfolios ¬
folios In the Conservative cabinet of ofI oftlte ofIthe
I I Ithe the late Canovas Cano del Castillo ten years yearsago yearsago Nn Nnago
ago rather than to be parties Irtl to the thepolicy thepolloy thepolicy
policy of Don Romero Robledo then thenminister th80mlldter thenmtnlstor
minister of justice la hushing up the thescandals theseandals
scandals IH nclal1 In connection c nneetlon with the extraor extraordinary extreordisary ¬
dinary corruption and dishonesty ofthe of ofthe ofthe
the municipality lRunlclp llLy of Madrid notably of efthe ofthe ofthe
the then mayor and political boss Senor SenerBosch SeRorDOReh SenorBosch
Bosch an intimate friend and political politicalassociate politicalauoelate politicalassociate
associate of Robledo RobledoA
i A Plot RecalledOn Recalled RecalledOn Recall d dOn
I On yet another occasion ocea lqn when hen a movement move movement movement ¬
ment was organized by Robledo and andcertain aadcertain aIN1certain
certain Conservative ministers to trans transfer transfer tracefor ¬
fer the regency from the young Kings Kingsmother KlnKsmothfJr
mother to his aunt the Infanta Isabella Isabellaon
on the ground that Christina Chrl tlaa was wasforeigner a aforeigner aforeigner
foreigner and the princess prl ceH entitled toIt to toIt toIt
It as thu nearest of the grown up upSpanish upSpanillh upSpanish
I Spanish Spanish born relatives of the King KingSllvelss JlDfSI1olll
Sllvelss declined to have anything to todo todo todo
do with the plot warned the Queen of ofIts ofIt oflie
Its It existence and Dd brought the whole wholeaffair wholeatralr wholeaffair
affair to naught In fact his hi namethroughout name namethroughout namethroughout
throughout the length and breadth of ofSpala orSptlln ofSpain
Spain Is I synonymous DoRymous with everything everythingthat everythingthat everythingthat
that Is honorable and loyal and as hitch hitchhe Michhe Mtchhe
he commands the respect re JMet of all partieseven parties partieseven partleeen
even of his fees chief among whom Is Isof 18ot isof
of course Romero Robledo the per personification personifIcation personifleatfon ¬
sonification of all that IB most corrupt corruptin
in Spanish politics politicsSilvelas IKtUlI8Stlv pnlttksSilvelas
Silvelas Stlv laa while he can be very ery cia eloquent ciafltlellt do lgreat ¬
quent Is I as a rule rather cold concise conciseand eonelHaDd conciseand
and sober of speech His III manner though thoughcourteous tbougheourteou8eoDs78
courteous eourteou8eoDs78 conveys an impression Impre alon of re reserve reae ¬
serve ae e and hid distaste for everything everythingthat eerythIBgthat
that is theatrical and showy is I most pro ¬
nounced Thoroughly a master of him himself himself ¬
self elt he Is In consequence thereof well wellqualified wenqttalll9d wellquallaed
qualified to act as the master of others othersand otherROO othersand
and while hlle his policy is likely to prove proveef proeof proveof
of a reactionary r etlonry character It will atany at atany ataR
any aR rate be one of action For he is isaltogether S Saltogether Isaltogether
altogether opposed to Sagastas Sa taa methods methodsof
of laisser slier of letting tUD things thingsslide thhpslide thingsslide
slide until they the settle themselves thel of ofcompromise ofeompromlH ofcompromise
compromise and of conciliation at t allcost all allcost n neOllL
cost According to hint the reins r tlUl of ofgovernment ofgoorftment ofgovernment
government must be kept well in hand handand halMland handand
and the dominant note of his hi administra administration admIDItratlon adminietretion ¬
tion will be its vigor vigorChange vigorChange or orChange
Change for Weal or WoeWhile Woe WoeWhile WoeWhile
While the helm of the Spanish ship shipof shipof btp btpof
of state is now DO in h the hands of a pilot pilotpoesessed pilotPOfHiIe pilotposeeesd
poesessed POfHiIe ed of a much firmer grasp gra p and andof aatlof andof
of more decision of character than thaneasygoing tbaDeasYAiling thaneasygoing
easygoing old SagasU the very personiUcation per personification perI ¬
sonification of the Spanish maaaaa maaaaait
I it t remains to be seen whether thecharge the thechange tbechaqe
change will 111 be for the weal or for the thewee theWCHI thewee
wee of the Iberian liter kingdom In thefirst the thefirst tbefirst
first place the administration feels that thatthe thatthe thatthe
the political sympathies II1 thl of o the King Kingand KlagaDd Kisgand
and of his hi mother are rather with the theLiberals tb4tLiberals theLiberals
Liberals than with with the Conservatives ConservativesAt CeaaenU CeaaenUAt
At least that is the popular inferencedrawn Inference Inferencedrawn lafereneedrawn
drawn from Don Alfonsos manifest nUt reluetance re reluctance reluctanee ¬
luctance to part with Ith Sagasta Then Thentoo Theiltoo Thentoo
too the presence ef a Tory cabinet cabinetin eablRetIn cabinetIn
in power will m have the effect of remov removing removeing removing ¬
ing from the ultraradical and repubtfone republi republican repubUCRa ¬
can wing of the Liberal LI ral party JMlrt all that thatrestraint thatrestralat thatrestraint
restraint which hlcb had been imposed upon uponits uponIits uponits
Iits its antidynastic aspirations lratioH by the factthat fact factthat rctI
I that the tbe Liberals were ere In smce eiflee 81c and andSagaata andSegantet nd ndI
I Sagaata at the head fttl of affairs again la Cata Catalonia CataI Catslonia ¬
lonia especially JM1elally the republican move moveneat moeI movement
I neat aDd the home rule agitation are arecertain arei arecertain
i certain to become more acute than thanheretofore thanI thanheretofore
I heretofore since the t ll people of this the themanufacturing theI themanufacturing
I manufacturing and industrial province provincepar prolneeI provincepar
par excellence realize rta realize ze that they have haveleas Junelea haveless
I leas to hope ir II the way of concession concessionsfrom concessionfrom eoneeealOMrrom
from Silvelas 5IhI thou from Sagasta and aadthat a atkat andthat
that they are re certain to be treated treat with withgreater withgreater withgreater
greater rigor and held ia check with witha 1tk 1tkalar
a alar far sterner hand handThe haadThe handThe
The entire anticlerical element will willalso wlUalo willalso
also be arrayed against the government governmentthat lOraattbat governmentthat
that anticlerical element which styles stylesItself atl atlItHIr stylesitself
Itself the National Union and la defer deference defereoell deference ¬
ence to the demand of which the Sagas Sagasta Sapata Sagasta ¬
ta government enacted last summer that thatsweeping thataweeplng thatsweeping
sweeping decree for the regulation of re
b r rr
4J I r ao I Iy
y o3r
IMPORTERS MPORTERS odd dozens dozenshis dozenshis dozenshis
his remaining holiday holidaystock h 0 lid l i d a y ystock yr ystock
stock of handkerchiefs handkerchiefsbought handkerchiefsbought
bought and offered at 33 33per 33per
z U t per cent less than regular regularquotations regularquotations t tquotations
quotations On sale tomor tomortables tomorrow tomorrow
row morning on special specialtables specialr
r tables as follows followsFour followsFour f fr fFour °
Four for or SOc 50cA c cA
A monster JnO titer table full at EloveiithStreet EtoveuthStreet Eleventh EleventhStreet
Street entrance None worth wort wortt worththan kv kvwan
than t wan lEe each eh many worth more moreChoice moref moreChoice I
Choice for 13e each or 50c Oo for four fourin fourin fearin
in Cliristmac box boxThree boxThree boxT
f Three T roe for or SOc 50cEnter SOcEnter c s r rEnter
Enter by h G Street door A and n < l turn turnslinq hmfnnrp turntdtnrjt
slinq > to your our right rit rightfor htfor for tiiit table tablefttll tIHfun n eta
fun of 25c to 35 35e values at ISo oaofa oaofaor eaoiIor oaohor
or 50e for throe in box suitable for lorprOfOtltation forprocontation forhroeontation
procontation procontationThree prOfOtltationThree hroeontationThree
Three Three for or orNone J JNone JNone 41 41r
None of thorn intended to retail at atJet atJetii
r Jet levee than ftOe some are worth more moreChoke moreCh IIOfeChoice
Choke Ch for 35c 3 c or three in i ie m box forSl for
Sl 1 In main mA R aide ai ie facing G Street Streetcntranco StreetcJltnutco > y
cntranco cntrancoI re
Two wo for or orTho J Jjd
Tho Theoice e judge jd of fine Handkerchiefs Handkerchiefswill IbrHlker fs fsill
will ill reoopmc recognize lw 1 bast t of 75c 7 Handkor Handkerchiefs Handkorehiofs Hxndkorchiefs
chiefs at only 50c each or 1 for fortwo forto fortwo
two in attractive box Main Iaift aisle aisleTwo asicTwo
t tr
r 1 Two Two i for or ort J48 J48i J48Those J48Those
t Those who beet l > et know what hat a II 1 1Handkerchief 1IIandkcrchiof 1Handkerchief
Handkerchief should > > be 1 > 6 will beet be beetreciate t ap apin p pprooiate
prooiate reciate these Only Only 700 caeft or t two o on
in n box for 14S 14STwo 145Two
Two for 178The 178 178The
The French Handkerchiefs milady lttiladyof miladyof Jlliltl Jlliltlof
of fashion would not IMJ witlKHiL witlKHiLThey witlioulThe jUKMIL jUKMILThC
They ThC and In reckoned worth 125 Theee Theeeat Tb8eat
at Wlc SOt each or 178 for two Main Mainaisle Mainwille r
I I aisle aisleTHE willeTHE
A Lisner LisnerG LisnerJ LisnerJG
G and 11th Streets
ligious schools IIchOOI and religious education educationa
a blow In fact at the religious reUsto order order of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the kingdom kl tdom The decree decreeBut WM signed signedBut
But inasmuch as SIlYel SU Silvelas and the Ooa OoaserYatlres OoaU Conservatives
serYatlres U bitterly opposed it In tk tkeortm U Ueortea the thecerise
cerise it is doubtful whether new that tllattIM thatthey thatthey
they tIM are re in office they win apply appl the thetaw tileJaw thelaw
Snpprissi S1Ilpr Suppression ii of Clergy ClergyThen ClerIYThea Cki = y yThen
Then there titer Is the aaeatlon Ioa of the thewholesale tNwhole8aJe thewfaiesala
wholesale suppression of archbtshoprici archbtshopriciand archbl opria opriaaad
and bishoprics on the score of economy economyand eCOllOID eCOllOIDaDd economyand
and the taxation of the religious reU orders ordersto ordersto ordersto
to which wble the late government K fIDlllellt stood com commuted COlDIt commttted
muted It in deference to popular popu clamor clamorfart claatorbut c r rIMtt
but to which the present t administration administrationhas ac1IDIDiatnttobaa adminiatratbnhas
has expressed ez Itself as opposed opposedThtwe GPPOM4lTb opposedThese
These Tb are but a few of the U popular popularsues to tosues 11 11lNea
sues which are certain to develop at a avery aYel avery
Yel very very earl early stage atae Into sources of popular populardisturbances populardtllturbaacea populardisturbances
disturbances and risings against the gov government BOYud government ¬
ernment and possibly also against ql Ja8l the thethrone theUI1OIK thethrone
throne The sentiment at the present presentmoment pr presentmoment eat eatmOlDeDt
moment la Spain Is overwhelmingly oTerw lmlql In Infavor Infor Infavor
favor of admlnistralve d alnltral and economic re reform retorm reform ¬
form of progress of decentralisa decentralisain decentralbalionIn decentraltaatlonin
lionIn in one oa word of literalism And Andv AndIt AndIt
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