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MIL CAKTA JOUWf AL, iAUBK. 01W00W, WEnNMPAY, OCTOBER SI, i.
14 VISITING WITH HIS , BROTHER THEN TAH TACKIES INDIANA I United I'rrM mu& Wlr.) Cincinnati, O., Oct. 21. Judgo Taft arrived horo at 8 o'clock this morning front Parkersburg; West "Virginia, on hie specinl train, nftor the hardost dny'e campaigning ho 1ms dono since ho was nominated in Chicago. Ho was driven immediately to the home or his brother, Charles P. Toft, whoro ho will spond tho cntlro day resting. Tho Hopnhllcan enndidnto is very tired, todny. His voice nlmont gave out Inst night nftor tho day's opcaking, nnd ho will Book a ralaxn tlon boforc starting on his final tour of Indiana, which is recognized as a1 doubtful Btato. ,Tnft Js wanning tip tho campnlgn more than ho has nt any stage here tofore Ho said today when ho arrived; "1 would llko to hnvQ a voico Hko n Bteam whistle to reach afl tha peo ple that I can rtoo at tho places at which I spoflk," Taft will start tomorrow on his tour of Indiana. Tho tour will cul minate nt Indianapolis, whoro a monitor demonstration has been Planned. i . i i, (i - BIG FLEET AS MAKER . OF FRIENDS on njntttd I'mm r.cncl U'lre.l (By Loo II, Clotworthy tJ. P. Honrd U, S, S. (Joorgln.) Tokio, Japnn, Oct. 21.' Any doubt or tho genuineness of tho foIlcitattont oxls-tlng betweea America and Japan that may have lingered Inst night, aro utterly dispelled today It Is bolloved univoroally that iho result of the meeting of Admiral Bperry and tho Mikado at tho palaco means tho comehtlng of years of friendship. All fear of antl-Aslatlo movement on tho part of England and America, engendered through tho radical Hpepche at Molbourno and Sydney by Australian olllclals has subsided among tho Japaneso, who now aro convinced that tho friendship of tho United States and Japan 1b too strong to be In any dangor of being brokon, It Is believed that Japan and America will hoIvo amicably all tho problems In which the two nation.! aro Jointly Interested within tho noxt ten years at least. HOVCHOFpP PHILOSOPHY (By Fra NbrtH.) So peculiar, complex, and wondef Jul I tke weV of Hie, thai oar very Mtiailer, wtHiKne! and mistakes are woven In ,and mnko the fabric stronger, Ilmo may animate, but only love Inspires. For merit there la a. mvmponso lb sneers, and a benefit In sarcasms, nnd n compensation In halo; for when thews things get too pronounced a champion appears Tho men who llvo In history aro those whoso lives havo been -well written. Hope pushed to t'othor side Is cowardice. At the last, no man who docs h)u own thinking Is an Vlto." Outward ly ho may subscrlbo to this creod or that, and If ho Is vory discreet ho may mnko his langungo conform, but Inwnrdly his belief Is never pigeon holed, nor is his qoul labelled. In theology tho great man recoils at thought of dogmntlsm for he knows Its vanity; and all algebraic formulno in his sublimo moments aro cast nwny. Superfluous things aro the things that wo cannot do without; Irrover nxi things In literature aro tho ncc- n'sarv. Chnrator la the result of two thing", mental attitude and tho wny we spend our timo. ' Do not fear being misunderstood, and never waste n moment thinking about your enemies. Don't think tho other follow's op portunities havo boon greater than vours ho mnde Jthcm. Folks who never do nny more than hoy got paid for.novor got paid for nnv moro than they do. Bo slow to censure your duporlors, who, standing upon higher ground, see things In a better light. Tho world bostows its big prizes, both in money nnd honors for bin ouo thing. And that Is initiative. What Is nn Initiative? I'll toll you. It Is doing the right thing without being told. Butt next to doing tho thing without bolng told Is to do it whdn you nro told onco. That is to fay, carry tho message to Garcia, thoso who can carry a messngo got high honots, but their pay Is not al ways in proportion. Next, thoro nro thoBo, who novcr do a thing until thoy nro told twlco; Bitch get no honors nnd small pay. Noxt, thoro nro thoso who do tho right thing only when necessity kicks thorn from bohlnd, nnd theso got indlfforoncq lirtcnd of honorn, nnd n pittanco for pay. This kind spondB most of its time polishing n bonch with n hard luck Btory. Then, Btlll lowor down In tho scnlo than this, wo havo the follow who will not do tho right thing oven whon somo ono goos along to show him how nnd stny3 to see that ho dooB it: unless ho has n rich Pa, In which caso destiny patiently awaits around tho corner with a stuffed club. To which class do you belong? o COFFEE The goodness of every thing else at breakfast de pends on the coffee. Your crocer return! your wontr l( you don't like Schilling' Vt, wo pr him. Wall Paper JUST AHUIVKD, 15,000 HOLLS OK AUTISTIC WAMi l'APKH. WHAT STRIKING 11KAUTY. WHAT AUTISTIC DESIGNS, AND WHAT A LITTLE TO PAY FOR GOOD WALL PAI'Kll. WE'LL SHOW YOU SUCH HKAUTIFUL IMI'Klt THAT choos ing is markeasy. novelties THAT AUK KXCLI'SIVK ARK SHOWN IN A AVONRKItEUL VARI KTY. TO MAKE BUSINESS JI1M8K THE PRICKS WE AUK NOW 01 KKIUNO IN ALL GRADES OK PA PER OUGHT TO HK A 1HG IN DUCEMENT TO PEOPLE WHO CON TIII'IMTK PAPERING THIS FALL TO HUY NOW. Fudge Tart's Work For Christianity, Judge Taft's ad,drese at the dedlca Hon pf a new Y, M. C. A. building In 3t Paul Sept 27, in which he modest ly referred to his effort lu behalf of Christian Institutions In the Philippine Islands, serves as a reminder Unit the whole record of his public enioer con tains no chapter more creditable to himself or moro honorable to the Amer ican government than that devoted to his treatment of church and religious tntorcsts In tho orient. It 1b nn lu jplrlng story of achieved results which havo ImmouBcly Increased Christian Influences and promoted Christian civ llizntion In remote territory, where their progress had formerly been In secure. Tho withdrawn! of Spanish authori ty from tho Philippines Immediately confronted tho United States with a problem which it had nover faced be fore. In other words, It was called upon to device n form of territorial ad ministration In which Uiero should be nn absolute separation of church and stale, with effective safeguards for the Interests of both. Under Spanish au thority tho civil nnd tho clerical au thorltles weie united, and to separate them, deflno their rights and functions nnd yet enlist their cordial support for a new administrative system which should bo entirely nonsoculnr In char acter was tho ttinlc Inunr-dlntaly con fronting tho Amerlcnn govcrnmcit. This dlflleult undertaking was In trusted to Judge Taft, and tho success with which he discharged It discloses at their best his tact, his Integrity, his high House of Justice ilnd his un erring skill In constructive statesman Bhlp. It would havo been ono thing to dcclaro by a moro executive order that there should bo nn absolute Bopnratlon of tho civil from tho religloWM-nuthorl-ty lu tho Insular government, but it was quite another thing to make tho separation effective and establish It upon conditions nccepted and cordial ly supported by all tho divergent In terests Involved. But that Is precisely what Judge Taft accomplished, and In doing It he had to deal with questions of property rights ta. cctrtan .. mcnn8 whnt hc, BayR M(l uo interests nnd civ. ndmlulstr Ion which no other American executive J ycw of Mp ever had 1' tho Republican candidate for president. The result of Judge T ft . Nostra? llurll)B'Mr. Tnft.fl ncolt vl8,t t0 south tlvo entcrprlso Is that tho Philippines A n,nttnrm in LISTENING TO BRYSNT W- i pm&waimmEMmm i -r. i 'srwrtxir-'j' .tuVM.1 t . .tvu i v vv. svar . " , . '-riH.itir-i.tiii 5 j w yw i.m..-tr:.m.:.rtvT i t(.ijr ,.i - .z. v j iwui . .t V- iVvt wif ' -T m& OK i m$ M? fm Cflioajo Ift r now onjoy a government which fully compiles with tho constitutional re quirement that tho church nnd the stnto should be separate. All Interests, civil and religious allko, earnestly up nort tho new order of things. Civil thoso eleven Bhort Saxon words, and It Is tho platform of tho American pco-plo. knocked coming. Bryan has only been down twice. Third time's Political seers may possibly perceive aAinnMiltic nmtlinilA fni Ilrvrin In tho and religious liberty prevails throucji- fnct n,nt nt , Democratic county con- out tho nrctupoiago. ah religious uo-. TOIlton ,n Cincinnati tho other day tho nominations arc working harmonious Bersonnt nt nnB wnB knocked down ly for tho promotion of Christian ciw tin,0 Umcg IHzatlou, education is auvancingj in every province, nnd the moral, mental and material condition of. the Islands is moro flourishing thun over before. History will deBcrlbo William How ard Tnft as the greatest missionary of Amorlcnn Influence and Christian In stitutions In tho far oast Ills exam ple, his methods nnd tho plnln record yof his beneficent achievements distin guish him ns the interpreter nnd mind er of civil nnd religious liberty In tho orient. Any finders of stray letters will please send them to 20 Broadway Colonol nenry Wnttcrson. whllo sup porting Bryan this year, has not apolo gized for opposing him In. 1800. Evi dently the colonel has forgotton ' all about his flory utterances during tho campaign of that year and hopes that Bryan haB dono likewise. THIS COUPON Entitles the bcaror to Two Pounds of our best 25-cont coffee for 35c, or ono pound of GOo Tea for 32c, it presented on or bo- foro Saturday, Oct. 24. 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