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also the same distance from Cotrier
University Bethany, Neb., (both be
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Weekly News Summary.
(Continued from Page Ten.)
the Argentine minister to tho United
States, was sent back to Washington
from the City of Mexico for the ex
press purpose of seeing Secretary Hay.
As the result of conferences held at
the state department last week, it was
immediately developed that, while the
United States was fully committed to
the doctrine of arbitration, it would
never consent to an agreement com
pelling weaker nations to apply to ar
bitration, even if an exception was
made of questions affecting national
honor and territory.
William Allen White of Emporia,
Kas., wrote an article for McClure's
Magazine in which he praised Presi
dent Roosevelt very highly, and de
scribed Senator Piatt of New York as
one whose whole life has been de
voted to" burrowing and intrigue, as
lacking in patriotism and public spir
it, dragging down friends and foes
alike to increase his political power.
Senator Piatt has announced that hu
will commence a libel suit against Mr.
"White, in order to show that he by no
means is as black as he has been
Senator Jones of Arkansas has in
troduced Into the senate this resolu
tion: "That the thanks of congross
and the American people are hereby
tendeced to Hear Admiral Winflold 0.
Schley and the ofllcers and men under
his command for highly distinguished,
conduct in conflict with the enemy, as
displayed by them in tho destruction of
the Spanish fleet off the harbor of
Santiago, Cuba, July 3, 1898. That tho
president of tho United States bo re
quested to cause this resolution to ba
communicated to Rear Admiral Schley
and through him to the ofllcers and
men under his command." A number
of similar resolutions have been in
troduced in tho house.
Lord Rosebery delivered a speech at
Chesterfield, December 16, in which
he declared for peace in South Africa,
and said that to that end he favored
negotiations with the Boer leaders.
A dispatch in the Chicago Record
Herald speaks in the highest terms
of Lord Rosebery's address and among
other things says: "Concerning the
government's conduct of the war, Lord
Rosebery was severe and scornful. The
complaint of tho government that ttw
Boers had not made war according
to lue recognized rules reminded hlra
that tho same thing had been said by
the old Austrian generals of the young
Napoleon, when the latter was beat
ing them.. He was particularly sar
castic .t t'e expense of the explana-i
tion of the Earl of Halsbury, the lord
chancellor, that only a 'sort of war
fare' was now going on, and he strong
ly condemned what he termed the
scandalous misrepresentations by
which the government had precipitated
tho last general election. Lord Rose
bery heavily blamed the government
for its tactlessness, which he declared
had produced unparalleled ill will to
ward Great Britain In every European
population, and which he attributed
largely to what he called the provoca
tive oratory of Mr. Chamberlain, tho
colonial secretary. While he was em
phatic on the necessity of vigorously
nrosecutine: the war and expressing
'the fullest confidence in Lord Kitca-
ener, Lord Rosebery said that he
thought the government should be pre
pared to listen to peac-- overtures. He
contended there was nothing degrad
ing or abasing in recognizing the ex
iled Boer government for the purpose
of making peace. The three greatest
civilians who had waged war in the
past century, the speaker said Pitt,
Bismarck and Lincoln had not dis
dained such efforts to secure peace."
Admiral Schley, through his attor
ney, Isidor Rayner, has filed with the
secretary of the navy his bill of ex
ception to the majority report of the
court of Inquiry. The bill of excep
tion covers a large number of points
and cites a number of marked incon
sistencies on the part of the majority
of tho court. Tho bill of excoptionj
concludes as follows: The applicant,
besides the reasons herein given, hopes
to be able during tho further investi
gation of this inquiry to adduce other
serious and important reasons wbv
tho majority opinion of tho court
should not be approved. The appli
cant Is prepared to show that the
whole proceedings on the part of tho
majority of the court have been en
tirely irregular; that his rights havo
been prejudiced and ignored; that his
testimony in many more particulars
than have been herein cited has not
been considered, and that the ovidence
is absolutely insufficient to sustain the
opinion which has been rendered by
the majority of the court; that a grave
injustice has been committed, which
would become irreparable and be per
petuated unless this opinion of the
majority of the court should be disap
proved. Wherefore, the said applicant
most respectfully prays that approval
of the opinion of the majority of sx'd
court of inquiry bo withheld and that
said opinion bo disapproved, and that
he may bo afforded tho opportunity to
have tho testimony of record of him
self and his witnesses properly con
sidered and passed upon and that the
proceedings be remitted to the court
for that purpose, and that he be given
such other and further relief as he 's
entitled to in the premises.
Admiral Sampson's attorneys have
filed with the secretary of tho navy
objections to tho minority roport in
tho court of inquiry made by Admiral
Dowey. The point of the objection Is
that in the Sampson view, Admiral
Schley was not, as. Admiral Dewny
said he was, in actual command. Ad
miral Schley's attorneys have filed a
request asking the privilege to bo
heard in regard to Admiral Sampson's
David Floyd-George, M. P., at
tempted to deliver a speech in Birm
ingham on the night of' December 18.
Floyd-Georgo Is pro-Boer and he made
some bitter criticisms of Mr. Chambei
lain. Tho hall in which Floyd-Gcor;e
spoke was attacked by a mob of pov
eral hundred people. Windows wre
broken, rocks were thrown, the au
dience dispersed, while the orator
sought refuge with the police
It is reported that Germany has offi
cially informed the United States of
her purpose to compel Venezuela to
pay the just claims of German sub
jects. A dispatch from Berlin reports that
the American tobacco trust has invad
ed Germany and Russia. This trust
has recently oxponded $476,000 In the
purchase of a cigarette factory in
Dresden. It has also purchased a fac
tory in Berlin, and is now negotiating
for purchases in Russia.
The Times believes that the war in
South Africa will be ended within a
year and that this result will bo
brought about by a demand from the
British people that this frightful ex
penditure of blood and treasure shall
cease. No greater disgrace to the arms
of England is possible than has already
befallen. No victory can atone for
the defeat that has lasted for years.
The British are a conservative and a'
sensible people. They are tired of this
war; they are fast becoming doubt
ful as to its results. They are not
tyrannical in spirit. When they find
out a Chamberlain they abase him.
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University Place, Neb.
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