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Once 40,000,000 iuUt i Mars the Lawyer. OOO.OOO. Judge Abraham Mark, th original K tavl. on at the heir of th. of Harriet lleerher Stowe'a rharara- W "Unci Tom Cabin." ti null H In Peter's hospital, limihlyn, at Ue mI of 87. Judge Uhe WecKly Panorama. ret DM) estate, 1IM UNOcr Ola- th'mt rimiiMtant-Mi at lira county ' Ihmpltal. rhleago lant wJk. 1 Mi death was raueeu by brain few V' nigh' ii by year of worry orsr l"K.il con-pi nation -onnertsd wlUi he will r:iw and family trouble, lit wii. nly if year old and had a vary u.tivr cat' it ever lnr til boyhottd. veer ni Mra. Davla applied for ill ecuil a divorce frotn hltn Their n uutix hlldren wer plaml Ih tit Lands of a gusrdlsu, ami the putting with bla little ones la said M iTa ntrlbuted more than anything elae 1 . ina mental dlatreaa and eubeeqHent ImUI llloe. The grant Montana estate of bla tim ', the value of which Ha dwin dled from $40,00e.N itowtl to H.'MHl.. i.oo u atlll in the courts, and It la Im probable thai an early eaitlement will If reached. The cnae haa been drag- Marka waa hard ly the nun d scribed by Mm Slowe Ih her fit moiiH book. Quite (be reverse, in fart, for he wa 11 war friend or Henry w a 1 1 lleocr.-i. tin . ToWi creator need only hi nante. and did mi at he suggest 'on of her roveren I brother, ulTored In n moment of merriment. Hut the name struck, anil the Judge's friends have never since rolled him In any I fashion of atieeeh except "Marks, the lawyer." Judge Marks I n eonrtsous. learned, old-style gentleman, with a bran aa tender . that of the fictional Marks was hard. He en me from Vir gin Ik to New Turk In 1SU. whr a re porter on the old Star, ami afierwnnl studied law He '.aid ft way a mains: entc for lua old auo. mi, Judge Marks. R A DA VIA. glog along for over ten rear, and Ihnuali the rlalltii.nt came to an am i Hble arrangement among themeelve three yearn ago. the Montana courts kiiM hold tin- pmprrty intact, that la, what In 1. rr ,if it. Hundreda of low vers haw grown rich upon the fees iiM'FMaltatt d by keeping It In the nmrta In the Tubltc Eye Arfaln. 1 1 rumor ran oe relied uum, ICIng Leopold H. of lielglniH. may abdicate 1 hla 'hronc thiit fall In fnvor or hla nxpln-w. Ptlnre Albert. Who will be niHirii-il hihiii 10 Ihnhea llllaabeth. of Ha. 111 la Wi th It not for tile tart that Mil- .xtirnno'tit of King Leopold ha ix.ii the subject of repeated rumor I . 1 tofou- ionn credence might be ' i n hit 10 the report whirh now com' f o!ii Belgium, but o frequently ha 1 In- good-natured moiinrch of Ixl" wan. Iliad oirBHlon to ruHtradtrt S1U U ri'pnrt4 that then an- romparatlvely 1 f. n inlri who will lo to give tin I iiiiiiior aHi-oml tbti'iglit. King l-i IhiIiI .not l.iM the reins of g ivt'i n-tn-iil 1 niitlmioiialy alnre IR8&. Irlin Albert la I lm eon o.' the mt Ooilllt of 1 Klmid.'re. : -rot hrr l the king II am--infwioil tn th alma of I'rlnw lla'nl ' win. bin ilrtiT bnilher. who died In 1 ll l.iumli hits three iluiiKlinr. Inn , theae arc dlaiiiailtlel by the Dorian ronstltutlon. tlx- auneaelon being yVrU Vrejtdent af T.urdut, r. U'lntbrop HllswnrUi Stone, who haa succeeded the Into Jninea II. fttnitrt as prenlrtent or IMinlnn mil verslly, lfayrtte, lnl.. sorvfrl the college as vise president from ISM until his oleo Hon to the prosN ilenry Inet July. Dr. Stone Is n young man, on thiiilastle In mill rational w ark. Although only .1!) years old ho has won wide reananl- Dr Utonr. Uofl b, Mn )w,rn. ing and hla pragreiMlvanesa. Ho waa graduated from the Mnesa I'husetta ARrlriili...al college and later atiidled at nnttlngen, whore he re rxlveil a doctor'a degree. Prom Hoe ton unlverelty he received the degroe of bachelor of eclence, an honor earned by his reanenrches In niiPinlatry. After completing his studies In nor mally Dr. Strne was for a time con nected with the chemical department of the University of Tanneeeee. In I 1SS0 he Inft the Tunuesire unlvarally I to Hccept the rhitlr ef chemistry at I Purdue uulreralty. I Dr. Ktono Is n great tnrorlte with ! the students at the Indiana rollege and the opening of the Institution will bring him enthusiastic greetings from tne members of hi old cla LINCOLN TO HANNA. nCPUDLICAN PARTY OP TODAY AND YBBTKHDAY, C'barlM A. tlinim Mliim. 1 1 mr tMrli In trriirctil tlin HretantHmi rf Imlrprnd nee INintrntt Sbile Drraileme A Korr; CiiHlrn.l, Inilmil, Hero of Vfjf HfotJ. Police Lieutenant Rdwartl J. Steele of Chicago, who (lied auddeuly the other morning, took a prominent jmrt In aupprcslng the I lay market riot, his rmnpeiiy lHlng at the head of the 1 rolunin that adtatii'cd to disperse the nnarchlata. Ill clothing waa riddled . with bulleta nnd he Injured hla wrlut j In cIiiIiIiIuk 1 in of t lit- rioters sen 10- ; leiea with bin i-inpo n-volver. I.lflU- 1 tenant S'i-Hi. v..h mil for two dnys ' A. Gain or Gossip. Sinn, aoriology haa taken am h a flim hold upon Inquiring minds that miim-wlit. bedraKRlml lady. Dnme 1 (lonalp, haa gained a new dlgnltv. What used to be looked upon aa Kle hiittrr alMiut one's neighbors la imv oiiie to In- regarded In the light of eilentlrlr Inquiry about aortal unlu Thorn old theme, the loe of drr, the love nf one a nclnhbor. and tin lark of love (or one a family, which were eoppoMit to act pi vol y tonguea o W4ggltig now net lofty brains to iimoillng an 1 to Hiiumulate Itema of, newa la a pursuit worthy of the none ' dlgnlHed of Invimtlgatora. It Is now the buslnrae of half the world to And ut bow 1 he oilier hair Uvea, and that , old statement of Pope a that the proper niily of mankind Is man Is today ai - pted In a broad mrlolaglrsl spirit. Sep Winner Arfain at VCJorK, The venerable Hep Winner, despite . his 7S years, Is the author of a cam- KIND I.KOPOI.Il unified when the monarch has Issue to the eldest bmlllur h-lrs. no male and his Hep Winner. pelgu sung, which he experta to score aa big a hit. a hla compositions of years ago, that have brought lit 111 fame, If not fortHtie, Por aome time hla lien has been Idle, but the melody In hU heart could never tile, and It re quired little stimulus to reawaken Into Moore all the rboida and harmonies that rang through hi aoul and found the Mm kiiix lilnl and other popular air What aurreaa may attslt him with hU niH hung one rau not aay but there will Ih- hutidreds of old ad mlier of hi 1 ompoeltlotta who will welcome it on arroiint of ita aNlhor. If for go oth'r reaeon Theae will be 1 Hlw reeled to learn something of lit writer. If only to reawaken eld mam mm Death of Vrtnoe Ilenry, The 4aath of Prince Henry, wlm was the uneie of the Urand Iluke of ..ft : , PKINCR IUBMRY Ileaae reaaotan the oeily mi- lame In direr ttif-i no to tin- M-Aiau tb rone IU Was saarrUMt georganatto ally, and In l way his children ate lu-eatoeM I row simeaclua- Girl Tramps Numerous, New Jersey has come 10 the front , with 11 product entirely Ita own. It ' Is nothing laaa than the female trump, j dreaaed In boy's rlolhiuK and atuullug rldee on freight trains. She Is he comltiK cfliumuu. The other morning "James" Itobluaon of Phlludoliihlii was released from the county correc tion farm ut Trenton on iwyinitnt of a II line, the money having been sent by telegraph from Plilllidi-lplilM. James" la a girl about Hi yeur old. She who arrea.eil by a rallruad detec tive and sent to the farm chained to uix irsiHim. When captured she hail a lergje revolver atrnpHMl to a belt around her waist, and upon being questioned promptly admitted her sex. She refused to give her uiniir, but said she waa trying to raai-h the home of her uncle In Nw tlruuawlrk. The uatbe ccmiMltteil her In the stoHe quarry Mr tklit) day In default of the l Sne Impoeed. This Is the third girt tramp the detect hen have a r reel ed at the coal thutee there within a few days, -Dr. Miller's Misfortune. fir. (laorge I. Miller, the veteran nhyelrlan. editor and nollllcal writer 1 nf Omaha, hna ieen suffering from a 1 mental ailment lor aome time, and hi dleeaaw took a violent farm laat week. lie was akeei to SI H i nerd's hospital m Council liluff where be will b kept until It shall b e aere Malawi whether or not ,,r um,r there is any hop of his ultimate re overy. Ur. Miller haa been eonepl uous In all movement' for pnWIc good in Nebraska eter alnrv he established tbe Omaha Herald In litt For lour years be served a .urveyor of tlv port of Omaha. Dr Miller Lis been Intimately ac quainted with many eminent statee men. among whom tbe tote lioraHo Heymour and the late Samuel J. Tlldea were nenaeai eons. He is a native uf Uneld county, New Torfc. nnd la 13 years old. I r?VW rjBSjBjf ' HDWAHD J HTKKM3. niul two 11 1 if tit m 11111I nine nf tlin Inren- ty-foiir membrra of his rumpany worn j aerloualy wuiiudml. "Defends Her WorKs. Sarah Clriuiil. the novella!, who Is engaged In a sharp rontroverey with an lltiKlhili elorgyman as to the effects of her storied upon the minds ai tha ' yuiiug was born In Ireland. Hhe begun writing at the age nf II and at 16 wuh married to im HRfllW tftlMllf U.lltl III til " whom she traveled y. In Ceylon. Chlnn. "A Japan and Itgypt. Her contributions to period I call ... , were at llrat re- n'1 turned with unfnlllnK regpliirlty, but she rrfUhiwl to be discouraged nnd kept on sending iiiniiiincrlpU to the publlthers until they were compelled to give her a hearing. "Idealu." hor llrat Important work, waa published nt her own cost, while "The lleavunly Twins." iwrbuiw her moat successful effort, hod to wait tt' 8 years for a publisher. Sarah Ornnd's position In luntempurary Hugllsh literature lias been the subject fur much oiiutrnvet ay. She lies many friends and many enemies. Her real iiame U Mrs. Chambers McPall. "Bryan's Home Hun Hit. Hark In the 'SO's when William J. Ilryttit, the standard bearer uf tbe De mocracy, waa a lawyer at Jacksonville, III., he was a bane ball enthusiast ami belonged to a rlnb there, the bee ball i-lub nt Morgan county bar. Kerently this fart wu brought to light by the finding nt John W. Springer, one ut the leading 1 linens of Denver, of a faded photo graph. showing Mr. nryan In the uni form of a ball iiIuvbt Suablnir llryaa In law Iwllof the Mr, tostqmn. 1SSI. ir,IIKtr gayg "The picture of Mr. llryan was taken I after the club had participated lu a vigorously eonlsnltMl game, sne et a aeries of charity games playe at Jarksopville, in Urn summer of 1831. Th day the pleture was taken, Mr, I Springer recall UhU ths dub Of I whli b Bryan was Mttrtmr and hlmeelf ' 1 at. her had been vMortneM nrar a tram made up nf ths best trtayoM 1 among the town store elerka. Us alto : retails that vtstory waa polled nut of ! defeat In tbe ninth Inoinf by lirynu'a i home run hit" Historically, as all the world knows, the Declaration of Independence Is the doenmrnt In which the American colo nics In 177 proclntmed In Sir Inde pendence and nallniiattiy am) In which are recited the rrssons and JnsMSen Hon for that step, Considered aa a contribution to the literature of the science of govern ment. It la a formulation of the gener al principles nf liberal Institutions. ;s spirit has been for tx 1 ymf the greatest force in the political world. It has shaped the iwtliy and forinoJ the Ideal of the American people. It has made our example more iwtetit in the Institutions of Murape titan all other Inflnenre combined. It Is today more tmwerfnl iban all our fleets and armies. Par. laments, representative governments, liberty of the urn- re llglaiia toleration, Inrreaali'e guaran tee of personal freedom bear wltuees to in the uttermost (tarts nf Hi earth. Hiinrie nt 1 11 rornml lull. To It are lurgei) due the M.imanltlei of modreu art and literature and the tuhjugntlnn of scluncu to the practical utilities of everyday life. The promul gation of It and the defsnun aud ex emplification or It liavit glvon us our peculiar place In human history. The Christian gospel has (oreror aanrtllled a mall Itoman province. The art ami philosophy of (Ireere have dedicated a petty ICiiroiiean peninsula to the Im mortal regard of all mankind. Put 11 re age will rherlsh endlessly ths trnquest by the I'nlted Kiate of the principle that all men are creat ! equal and that just government can exlat only by the ennaent of the governed. Twin- only In our hUt.iry baa the doctrine of this great Instrument been openly assailed. It waa the duty ami glory of AJiraliain Lincoln to iltifeiul the nerlarulliin or ludeiendence from the charge that It did not apply to black nifii. Today the rly that he fnuniliil 1$ cngageil In attempllug In prove that It ilnos not apply to brown men. Hut by Ita language ". applies to all men. Hint to ndmtt an exreptluu Is to de prive It of Ita plnre lu the history of liberty nnd to remit the world to -the old doctrine or force as the basis of government. Justifying the divine right of kings, the Institution of slav ery nnd w.irs of mere conquest and etibjugatlon. A Hurry ('iiulntiti When the first untmnnl convention bf the Hapubllcnu wrty mat, In June. IMG. In the rlty ol Philadelphia. It Hdnpted a platform, of whl"h the rery first resolution was aa follows: "Itesolved. Tlmt the mtlntenanre of the principles promulgated in the Dec laration or mleHUidence and emb id led In the PoJeral Constllutlou Is es sential 10 the preservation of our re publican Institutions, nnd tlmt the Federal Constitution, the rights uf the states and the union of the states shall lie presivved." When the laat Republican national rnuventlou met, In June. 1000. In the same historic city, It adopted a platform wherein there occurs not one sylluble or refer ence to the Declaration or Independ ence. How ran this be accoiiutoil for? No American citizen mn g to Phil adelphia without feeling the holy In fluence of the plure. The immortal Doelurnlloii live In every nook and corner of the old colonial rapttut. The convention of ISnfi wih In harmony with this sacred atnoi lutlon. Tlmt of 1000 wna Insensible to It. The reason was that the party between tttgil and 1500 hud rhaugeil character com pletely. Prom being the champion of free dom It hud become the defsiiilei' uf oppression. Its high IdeaU had given place In soMIU one. Kriirti I.IihhiIii hi tbiliim. It had measuisd the awuil dUtunut from Abraham Uncoln to Marons A. Haiiun. Potty-four years ago It rsaltlrmed the Derlarsllou of Independence. Thla year It not only rail to re til m that gte.it Inatrument; It artually reHjals It. Note Hi following language of Its platform uu the object of the g-jt-em went c' the island taken from Spain: "The largest measure of self government consistent with their wel fare and our duties shall be assured to them by lew." This makes the Republican party the source and origin of whatever 'measure of self-government" I bee people may seeur. Ths Declaration of Independence says thai liberty Is an InslleoaJsle attribute et manhood. The HspublwflM party declares that MsKlnley may give liberty to soma men- The Declaration of iHda; enee maintains that (led git Ml men. . The Trrutil Kicue. " ' This romplaeeat annouiuement dj benevolent gugdbtushlu over inferior rsses s' In UJkMrr Prtt or osanot IsmT Ko tyrflJb m l wf'd ever Mnfssssd thaT"jJIIwn glory and ad vantage were ajbj t of bbt ay Always and everywhere tbe plea uf ahsotntlsm has been that It. aimed at the welfare of Its vletims. which they iuemsoives wars power lesa to achieve or to scblcve In equal measure. This wna In claim of Oeorg III. with tW erfens to the revoltnl o!0Mles when ha said: "1 am doslrous ot rsstotlug tf them the blseelngs of tow, wb'ch ney bavt fairlly and desperately x- chatigod tor the ratamltlm at war and the arbitrary tyranny of tlislr rhlsfj." It wna ftinh pretuirapllsh as this of Oenrgo IH. snd William McKlnley thai Abrnhant l.liiooln saM: What Miieeln falil. "Thnse argumenta that are innds that the Inferior race sre to lie treat ed with s much allowance as thsy nre cHlile ot enjoying; that as much Is lo be done for tlietn ns tlielr condi tion will allow what nre these argu ments? They nre the arguments that kin us have made for enslaving the people In all nans nt tlx wnrld. You will note tlmt. all the arguments, of klnnscrstt wars ulwnra ot this cine. They always Imsirade the tiosks of the people, not tlmt thsy wanted to do It. but because the people were better off for bolng rlddsn. Tim It ovsry way you will, whether It enmee from the mouth of a king as an excuse for enslaving the psoplo of his country or from the mouth of one race as a reason for enslaving the man or an other rare. It Is all the same old ser pent." Some or the present day critics or the Dfc'aintlun nf Independence think thoy have discredited Its authority when they trace Ita Inuplmtlon to Iloueeeau nnd the French ephllnsophy of the eighteenth century. Hut they wholly misconceive ths nature nnd purpose or the limtnunsnU It does not aim to suit historic tact, but civic Justice: nut so mueh what has been as what ought to be and will be. Lincoln has somewhsre wild that the trainers nf the Declaration aimed to set up for mankind an Idsal standard and maxim of governm-nit, toward which by cBase'oss effort and strug gle we should constantly more and morn approximate. When that goal shall hsve been reached Indeed, t'inn shall wo Itehnld that lialevnn era of the world of which poet have dreamed and philosopher have tlieoilted. end for which sll history Is a preparation. To the glory of advancing that con summation under Lincoln can it be possible that the Republican party Is to add the Infamy of tetardlng or de feating It under llauim? All the traditions of our history, all tin aspirations or our people cry out against this madness. The patriotism or America Is today the hope or tho world. UnYAN'S 9PEKOH. (Chicago Letter.) Mr. Ilrynn's speech ot acceptance Is without doubt the political ovont or paramount Importance lu the prossnt campaign. Mr. llryan 1 ere I veil at tho hands or ths Dsmnciatlc party tho nomination for the presidency. A par tisan utlomnrc upon this occasion would havo been pardoned, nay more, was oven expected by the country at large. Tradition snd precedent exist to justify a candidate In such a course. He of Cuutou Murk Hunun'a man who was recently notified or a nomi nation, took occasion to plead for the principles of a thirty nnd lu the cause or an administration. In multifarious terms ho told what "we" had done. and fairly reveled la the deeds or "us." Quickly following this Dr, Silas C. The Republican psrly was defended 1 Swallow, candidate for president or tlin ereu upologlMd for. And Win, Mi - j Prilled Christian party, addressing hi Klnley accepted at the hands or those 1 inltowers lu a convention, said: "If who bore the stamp of the Republican W(, ,nHt choose between the two can- party, the nomination for the pro)- j dfliiry of the Pulled Slates. Mr. Mr- j Klnley speech of acceptance will go down In hlatury as the statement of a ! party chief to his party follower. Hut moment to declare the 'nailefiY "pttr p'osos. a f "Tni. to establish a stable form etj government Ini the Philippine Islands; JimI ft we are now establishing a sta ble form of government In Cuba. Sec ond, to giro Independence to the Fili pino. Just as we have promised to giro Independsnce to the Cuban. Third, lo protect the Plllplnoi from ontalds Interference while they work out their own destiny, just ni we harp protected the republic of Central and Smith America and are by the Monroe doctrine pledged to protect Culm." This Is n stitllrletitly clear and suc cinct sutoment of the Democratic noeltlafi. Of IU eorrootnoM, of course there can he no doubt. This, with what MelCititey say, and with what he slgnllleantly omits to ay. sunulsntly doflns the issue as to tho Philippine. Tho broader ismis of Imperialism, which Includes that of Uie Plilllpiltnea, may be slated thus: '- llryan stand upon the dOftrlne of the Deelnrstlnn of Independence, that governments dotivc their Just powers from tho consent of the gov erned. Mr. Mckinley stand for the utter repudiation of that doctrine and for "tho doetrlno or thrones, tlmt man is too Ignorant to govern himself," and must bo subject to ttioso who nile oy superior might nud divine right." Mr. llryan upon leaving Indlanapn IIh en me to Chicago, where he has been In conference with tho loaders ot the party hero nt headquarters. To (toy that the outlook for the Democratic party at the present time la hopeful would bo putting It mildly. Mr. Ilry nn's speech scams to linve put a new aspect upon tho campaign. Telegrams or congratulation from Republicans anil gold Democrats hare bran literally pouring In upon Mr. llryan ami the executive committee. Influential pa per that have been hesitating as to their policy, upon receiving Mr. Ilry nn's speech, openly endorse the catidl dscy. The converts nf tho week would fill a column. When such conservative IMipere as the Springfield Republican become mitbtislntlc for tho succoss or the party: when such papers as tho Hostou Post, tho Now York World and the Haltlmoro Run. nil or which sup ported MclClntoy In '80. openly In dome llryan, the outlook must bo con sidered bright. Hut those papors have not been tho only additions to tho force or the mili tant Democracy. Wherever larfjo bodlos of 11111 have gathered during tho past mouth tho events havo been produc tive of much encouragement to tho Domorrnry. Tho dissolution nf tho (lolil Democruiiy nt a regular meeting 11 ml tho quick assimilation of all Its In lluonllnl members by the regular party marked the end of the truancy or 1890. When the Ohio llnr association met In yearly convention a foW weeks iatnr and the president. Judge A. P. I.iuible. a life long Republican, denounced Mr. Ktnley's policy or Imperialism, be (mind no dissenters, though fully hair the members were Republican. bow different the tune ami tenor of Mr. Hryan's ludlamiHills address. Mc Klnley spoke to a party -llryan to n nation; MrKlnley plead the cause uf an administration - llryan the cause of a people. McKlnley defended the principle of a pi Ilryun spoko in dlilHtea of the old parties, I must say that I shall support a man who ellng-i to principles and adheros to what he believes to be right rather than the mull whom the people never know whore to find on any vital Issue." According to picea reports, till statement was received with remark able expressions of approval. During the same wek Puttier Heldman, 11 prominent Catholic clergyman of Chi- i-srii. In an aildroHS before tho Herman defense of the principles tbui are ut 1 wiernnr League, brought tho entire the foundation of free government McKlnley spoke as a caudldale.but Mr. Ilryun epuke a an American cltlsen. In tho fsce or existing circumstance It Is n fad of iiectillur slgultlraace tlmt Mr. Ilryun ooulil reply to the uotlfltu tlou committee In a speech bearing as little trace of partisan politics a euilleuce ;o lis feet In a spontaneous expression of approval when he scons! the administration' policy In the Philippines and Porto Rico. lu Ohio the defection from Repub lican ranks bus been Mpeslatly mark ed. The (In mam who gave MoKlnloy such strong support In I8&C ure eom- the constitution of the United Rlrtlt-. 1 ig Ver In drove to llryan. tlesld W NHM Hdaujud- or tile Declaration or inuepnuucnce. Till doe not Indicate that Mr. llryan Is not a good Democrat, bm rather ' that the Damorrath party la uontend- j Ing not so much for certain theories nf administration In a free government j as for tree government Itself. Hence j It I that. IIkIiUiik for the very exist- I i sure of the nmibllr. the position of tbe patriotic cttlien whs stands for free government and the poaltlun of the Democratic party became Iden tical. Mr. llryan was great enough to recognise this. Mr. Hryan's speech was remarkable enough on account of the things he said. Mr. MeKlnlsy' Can ton speech wsa chiefly remarkable on account of the things he did not say. Tbe Canton omh abounds in rague Intimation and promises. It doss nut hold mil la the Plllplno the faintest 1 hope either of Independence 011 the one bund or af tks freedom and rights of American dtlitnshlp on lbs other. this Prank fl. Mo.'.nett and Cleveland's former Myor. Robert MrKlsson, men with enormous personal following ure fighting Mark lluiuia tooth and null. Then, too. that tnoet Independent ele ment bended bv Jetted of Toledo are practically un1' fur Ilryun tlil year It will be tioicmbered thai Jonas (tolled 110 JM0 roles when he ran for governor Inst yeur. HAWTHORN W. The of Mr MeJi this subjeel ment to be voter M mm lrWrd mm only to read so much ' speech as relate to ler to dud thl atste- t. He will find some thing about git Ing th Filipinos as much self-government a they rc fit for -s though the right of (Hmple . 000 miles away to self-government wa not s Ood-given right, but s rlgftl j be grnnlsd by om authority In WaftaW inglon Hut be will Snd not the falaju et wbUper of uch a thing a Ind pendence fui a people over whom hv no authority except such Spain anmebOW la aiippoaed to MS had a right to give ua. In Mr. Hrr an'a apeecb. Uuwvc. tho vHf'my ft4 a Pleas that If he Is elect1 he will ronvere eoCsrss at Ike surliest PLAY THU BAUY AOT. Wksn the ImperUlbn "nisad the baby art" by trying to shift responsl blltty ror Imperialism uwn Mr. Dryad, thsy sgpos an uiisnapecleil enneluut UHi of the waaknaM of their eat. Yet that Is what they are doing. Ke en wee he advleeil the adoption ot the Paris treaty rather than advocate an amendment which would have in vol red a nominal continuance of the Siwnlsh war, they rlmrge him with r sonlblllty for ths olley nf I in i aria I htm which McKlnley ha erected upon ibe basis of the treaty1 Ths PuliJte. llapiiblliMu Don't fare. (Portland. Main. Argus.) If Republican are apaUtetic iivsr-ranAdsaM-e Is not the only iossibra ejtM of their apathy. Instead nf be ing too confident tlmt McKlnley WRJ Win there U good nmoou to nusrp thai considerable percentajis of tkini don't oa re a hoot whether Mi-IUaler wins or not. The beat tor a woman lo pat rid nt g man ano doasjj'i ilk hor hnsbsnd Ur like is la-treat film to ntc.