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THE A L II A i C E -1 S J) E 1 E N J) E N T.
MAY 18, 1895
Tb Chairman and Secretary of The Kf
tional Committee line in Addrws.
THE IBDUSTBIAL LTGIOH
KcccmmcDdcd Tba Beet Means of
Advancing The People's Movement.
An Earnest Appeal.
Ft the Executive Committtti of the People's
Party i the several States.
Time eufflcient hu elapsed for the
dusk and din of tbe creat political battle
of 1602 to pass over and for ua to study
our successes and failures. Our suc
cesses have- been many and far reacbinff
ud our failuree few and iniigni (leant,
when we take Into consideration the
meaesattbe disposal of those, both
state and national, who were trusted
with the management of tbe campaign.
Most of the state committees deserve
tbe everlasting gratitude of every re
former in the land, far the noble and
elf-sacrlflcing work performed. The
results are wonderful, when we con
alder the fact that many of our state
committees had scarcely means enough
at their command to defray postage
bills. Very few of our men had wy
experience in t running political cam
paigns, and all mistakes and seeming
negligent, cauHcd by lack of means
etc., can and should be forgiven;
but tt has been found In some cases that
oar people, through tbe lnfluonce of
candidates for office, perhaps, have ben
too eager for sucoeBS. They have been
tempted to trade with the enemy and
barter principle for success (or rather
office.) Your national committee Is on
record as having opposed every form of
fusion with either of the old parties
that ha ever been presented. ' It bas
not changed Its mind, but is more firmly
of the opinion than ever, that we should
purn every offer of Fusion, make our
fight upon principle and la the middle
of the road. With but very few excep
tions, Fusion success bas proven of far
greater damage to our party at large,
than defeat would have In a straight
We hope that all our workers have
been greatly benefited by the experi
ences through which we have passed,
and feel confident that our forces all
over the country are much better pre
pared for effective work than they have
ever been in the past.
Several states will hold elections this
year and we desire that each of these
be helped by the states that have no
election, to the end that our success in
those states may inspire hope and cour
age in our people and prepare them for
a determined fight In the congressional
election in 1804.
The democratic party is now reveling
in its ill-gotten gain. The fight over
the spoils Is terrific and extremely
humiliating to every lover of our re
publican government. The republican
party Is routed, demoralized and threat
ened with absolute dissolution.
Tbe democratic party finds Itself In an
awful dilemma. It has promised every
thing and is every day domoostratlLg
the fact that it id totally incapiible of
giving anything. It is being bulldozed
"by th jew bankers of Wall street into
a single gold standard policy, when it
promised the people in its platform that
silver should no longer be outlawed.
During the campaign it was loudly pro
claimed from every democratic stump
in tbe country that the tariff was rob
bery pure and simple, yet they have
gone right a'ong fighting over the
spoils for months without even attemp
ting to Btay the hands oi this fearful
Recent decisions of the Federal Courts
prove clearly that ours is a government
(as now administered) of the corpora
tion!', by the corporations, and for the
When we contemplate the present
situation, review tne absolute stupidity
of the powers that bo and the universal
discontent of th great common oeonle.
i it not an auspicious ilmoy it not
enough to convince the most skeptical
that the time for a now oolltftal all.
ment la at hand, and lnulre everyone
with ho)e for the future?
No time should be lost. Plans for the
work uuiu be laid out. and the work
tk'ffun at once.
The experience of your national com
muice, i ants we aara say it the ex
perience of every Stat Committee)
teaches us that we cannot look to the
moneyed men or corporation for aid in
this contest fur human rights. Where
then shall we look for aid? The only
source left is determined, systematic
organisation, and there we must go or
be oalpleaaly cruahed. In a Mitleal
coat! we can o longer afford to lea I
uttralncd raw recruit again! the
regulator oi tne two old parties.
oe says, are we al already orraoiW
There are the Kalirht of Ubor.the
I'armvrV Alliamwt lhni:.... ,w . t
M. II. A , the A. 1. A. of . aoi ethers
of like character. Yea, we know
have these org entiattona and rack oe
has its duties to perform la this great
We hate nauht bring asstaat either
of then, for the good trj have airra.tr
dae wlU live Wt bit as humanity rW
Hut there ut be an ortanluiloe k
perform eiiwei&e work Uat eUhr t
lhee WfaaUata.es rea pnrform. We
cannot el upon vtthwr of Itta wgtnt
itks to roetritmie it aay war tit iu
retaisg of fasds, ktrerry tw ta work
Of the eitlee party, twv'u are
0"h4 of el all partus Nlthr
a we tall un them to arras U,
alee, MIMiMldiutn, sm, W'eeae,
eel esk thsa ta see that our ipvak.r,
are cared for and provided with good
With do money upon wtkh to rely,
our national committee after a
thorough 1st udy of the situation, ha
come to the couclution that so organi
zation to perform the work is an abso
With this idea In view the national
Committee evolved the Industrial
Legion as the best plaa to accomplish
this work and now we appeal to tbe
State Committees, and urge them to
take steps at once to thoroughly organ
ize our forces in each state into tbe
Industrial Legion. Enough states have
already moved in this matter to insure
the success of the organization. 300
recruiting officers have been commis
sioned and at work in nearly every State
in the Union. We have organized
Legions in twenty-one states, and will
soon be able to organize several state
Legions. Mrs. Anna L. Diggs. the
National Secretary of the National
Citizens' Industi ial Alliance has joined
us In a request to each of tbe Local
Assemblies of that organization to ex
change their cbarters for tbe Industrial
Legioo Charters. Tne omoera oi me
Lesion bave agreed !to make Bald ex
change of charters free of cost.
A co-operative pull all along tne line
will in a few months, rive us the most
formidable political organization in the
Let every one laxe noia ana neip ana
when the next campaign opens we will
tiave a working force of which we witl
all bo proud. Very respectfully,
II. E. Tauheneck, Chr. Natl. Com.
J. II. Turner, Secretary.
A JAP LADY LAWYER.
The Flowery !! Keep l p With Cl-
Who will now say that Japan is not
fully abreast of these times?
Madame Tel 8ono, of that country,
dieted by her father on poetry and
moral religion, married at ltf to an
officer of the mikado treasury, and
not entirely satisfied with her expe
rience, has become a practicing lawyer.
She is the first and the la.it of ladies
in the land of the Rising Bun. for the
new constitution has now debarred
women from entering the legal pro
fession. Mme. Tel Hono's debut was
celebrated by a popular poet.
For twelve years she has pleaded in
the courts, and her name is well
known throughout the mikado's do
In her legal capacity she came to
fully appreciate the position of Japa
nese women, and determined to study
the woman question in a land where
the sexes stood on an equality, she
came to America in H80. She spent
some time in various missionary col
leges here, learning English and teach
ing her own language. On her return
she determined to found a training
college for high-class Japanese wo
She is a practical philanthropist, is
small of stature and ha. winning man
ners. She speaks English welL She has
discarded the native dress and wears
the black satin of Western civilization.
She is now in London, but will return
to Japan shortly.
The project has been received with
great favor, and the school for higher
education of woman in Japan promises
to be a success.
A HUSTLING TOWN.
It Has a Papulation of Una and no Tro
vlalun fur Visitor.
An Eastern man who had been mak
ing a trip through the West got off the
train at a quiet country station called
Hustler., Ho found it to con st of a
station houso and two cabins, and one
of the cabins was tenantlesa.
"Is this the town of Hustler?" he
asked of the station master. ?
"Is this all of the town?"
"Why, I read thut it was a growing
"It has grown one house this year."
"I was told that it had great pros
pects?" "Lots of chances here, sir."
"But there is no town here literally
nothing to speak of?"
"They all have to begin, you know."
"Can I get anything to eat here?"
"What time does the next train
"Seven hours to wait."
"Will you tell me who named this
"Yea, sir. It was the man who
moved out of that cabin."
"What indueeit him to call It
"llecauae he knew that every one
would hustle to get out of it. Sit
down ou the platform and make your
self at home while you have to wait"
A Month ta Salt Alt Character.
A dramatic artist named ltuahunt
better known under the as-Mimed ap
pellative of Paul Itonjour, had great
success as a singer of eoralo suuge
during the tvtgu of LuU Philippe, la
lite he had the courage to have alt
his front teeth extracted ami a variety
of fale set wade ta St their plaee,
One of the seta gave him !a phyalog
nomy of an aw; another made him
look ltk a monkey when wearing
a third he reaeiubled a goat, ate. Ue
bwI to give a aoug on the pork-hutch-era,
with teeth that gave hint the
txait apiwaranc of a pig SUny ld
I'arUUit renietuWr thi original pr
furmer and the await he adapted t
Round trips to ta tne IVif.u Cxul,
Khorl tripe to the Mouateia IWaorte
The tirvat H Lake,
YelUtwaWxte NsUotutl IVkth sttwt
wonderful spot v this ttuet.
laurel Sound, the Mediterranean wf
the iV)f.tf eut.
Aud all r-hd via tfce Value fwvlAo
l fdlll4 lafor sath iU
es erad lrvaa,
fcT. MAti.aT, A., 1011 08t
4 U. UkM Uea. Agt.
THEY OPEN THE SERIES OP
A MAGNIFICENT GATHERING.
Prasldant Boaaajr Dllvar tho Opaolng
Addraaa Bafur so AMemblafa of
Notable 'f rom all Part of tha
Earth Iaang-aratail Heoeatb
tha Color of Many Nations
of lb World.
Chicago, May 16. "The Sovereign
Providence of God has made us partici
pants in the important and far reach
ing work that will be known iu the
history of mankind as "The World's
Congresses of 1803, and we have as
sembled to begin the actual execution
of the plans which have been pre
pared." It was with these words that Presi
dent Charles C lionney to-day in the
new permanent memorial art palace
on the lake front, opened the series of
gatherings that will continue until
the world s fair is at an end. Then
he continued: "The day of realization
has come. An impossible dream has
become a present reality. We enter
this day on the actual enjoyment of
the pleasures and the benefits it prom
ised." A rapid sketch was then given by
President lionney of the development
of the world's congress scheme, paus
ing a moment for a tribute to the
memory of advisory members who had
been called to the mightier congress
of the illustrious dead James U.
lilaine, Cardinal Manning, Tennyson,
Whittier, Professor Emile de Laveleye
of liclgium, (ieorge William Curtis and
liishop Phillips ISrooks. In conclu
sion he said that henceforth the decis
ive battles of the world would
be fought on moral fields, and
on intellectual heights. The artillery
of argument would take the place of
the shot and shell hurled by the
mighty (runs of modern war. liut a
few years stood between the present
and tho twentieth century. If the
causes now iu operation should go un
checked the world would witness in
these seven years the crowning glories
of more than seven centuries of human
progress. With this single hope he
proclaimed the formal opening of the
world's congress of 1803.
The congresses were lasvugurated
beneath the colors of mattf nations in
one of the large auditoriums. Long
before the hour set the halls and
corridors of the spacious Art building
were thronged. In the center of the
stage was a huge deep ebony chair,
a relic of Spanish-American civiliza
tion, carved in the Gothic style. Pro
fessor Swing, who offered the invoca
tion, occupied this, and near him was
Mrs. Charles Ilenrotin, who spoke first
for the women.
MANY NOTABLE FKHHON8 PRESENT.
Among those on the platform were
the commissioner general of Russia,
Carlos IL Oallardo, president of the
Argentine commission Dr. Theodoroff,
Russian imperial delegate; Anton von
Ilolitschek, LL D., Austrian commis
sioner; Alexander Popporis, LL.
D., Assistant AustraSn commissioner;
Karon Groerges von Pilchas, Russian
imperial delegate? M. L. Dinischa, and
Gustave Neiderling-, Argentine com
missioners. Among th women occu
pying seats on the stage were Mrs. R.
L. Weyner, Capo of Good Hope; Mrs.
Josephine L. de Pledge, Chelsea, Eng
land; Mrs. lledford.l'enwick, England,
president of the woman's section of
the British royal commission;
Mrs. Cohden, Union, England; Mrs.
Mary McDonnell, Canada; Mrs.
Margaret E. Parker, Dundee, Scot
land. firRt president and founder of the
Uritish Women's Temperance associa
tion; Mme. Leuchtckin, Russia; Mrs.
Albert llarker, En gland, Countess of
Aberdeen; Mrs. Urmiston Chant, Lon
don; Mrs. Potter Palmer; Mrs. Charles
Ilenrotin; Frances E. M. Harper, Phila
delphia; Mrs. Elizabeth M. Tilley,
Canada, and Mrs. M. B. Carse of
An hour after the dedication of the
congresses as a whole, the women's
congress, the initial meeting af the
great series of world's fair gatherings,
assembled in the Hall of Washington,
another part of the Art palace, and an
address of welcome was delivered by
Mrs. Palmer, president of the woman's
branch of the worm a congress. Ihen
came the introduction of foreign rep
resentatives and respjinses on behalf
of their respective countries.
In the afternoon there was a public
reception, to which ail thuso attend
ing the corn,nv were invited. The
president and viee president of the
woman's branch of the world's con
gress auxiliary, with the committee
of arrangement of the world's con
gress auxiliary, received in the oftlcea
of the woiuuu s branch the foreign
representatives forming part of the
reeeptiuii committee. At the same
time in the eight conference hall the
conferem-e comiultt received in the
hall repref ntlng the subject la which
each i most interested.
WORLD'S PAIR NOTES.
In the Illinois building there is a re
lief map showing every hill and valley
In the whole atat,
Mlasourl baa aent to the Mine and
lining building ed0 pound of 11
ore, alt in uuw piece. ,Haotirla mar
ble fclu.w twenty different varUlle.
Uraide onyx sad building atone.
Mu higan diapUy the uiod! of two
copper mine, dm being the example
sent to tha t enteanUl aud tho other
being intended to show the Improve
meat whWh have since been intra
In the Minx and Mintnj building
( 44.U show a tdoc k of aickvt wih
tog ,'oo putind. wrth :,; a iuh
of Riic tee In. he tfcWk, wvlghiug
I, lw pound and tptvintee of suh
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The Kdd storage ho, ett adjunct
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uaTssrwar. pes mujmu, ttit'jiflL
st-irra. ouaua. linuiut. wiTKniwi
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urn. ATtatiM, lbavkxwubin, xaksa
rmf.TontisA. ukxvkk. culobaw simsua.
aaA ft KSLU M Ktlnif (Wlr fart to 4
tauiwtu. Ul IV MI.MHiK aaA
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f'4 t Mm tun uj i i xv aa.
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1kwh iw tat - ... t,w
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