Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922, February 15, 1902, Page 6, Image 6
TITE OMATIA DAHVT BEEt SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 15, 1U0Z. Tim OMAiu Daily Dm B. ROSETWATEB, EDTTOOU awaasawaBasaasaaMeaa assaas saaaaeawsi S PUBLISHED imi MORNI?K. - . TERMS OF BUBSC&IPTIOTf. Pally Be (without Sunday), On T ear.JS-M Lllr K'e and Sunday, On Tea illustrated Be, On VlBr,. , ,., f Hundar Bee. On Trrr leO MQCLATlOir J UtKVlTABLK. , the Ticlflc would coot a great deal more I so again. Boles u rather a unique figure Tbt mom sort of regulation of the I than the est I mates that had been made. great combinations Is Inevitable there In view of this and the opinion of the can be no doubt. The frabllc sentiment commission It Is not probable that any ' ta ao overwhelmingly Jn favor of tbla serious attention will be given to other that the demand cannot long go on- than the Nicaragua and Tanatna routes, j needed. If the present congress ehall with the Indications at present very fail to meet It some fntnre congress favorable to the selection of the latter, In polities, and hi advent In th field mar add a Spies of Interest to tbe cam pBlgU. . Power Dlreettwsr 4k Maecle. V Satqrday Evening Post. American labor Is drives and 'permeated by Intelligence, and that Is th crest thing wlU be chosen pledged to auch govern- should no difficulties be encountered In x, " .,.,, .... h., wr(UBht ,. thli I wenueTamuTy raVV;6tUTVlZ tSS mnt rTllatlon supervision of the obtaining the required concessions from wonder which la bringing 'inveetigatore ruin itnrigu i-iuum vb vtoi ivauivmp, and 'which is Just beginning to mak Its real strenirtb known. DKUVEKED BT CjLR.JUE.R- I corporations eniraved In inters taw com-1 tjoionmia, as to wnicn negotiations are Paiiy Be (without Sunday), per eopr... w merce aa Intelligent popular Judgment now going on. IJljr H (without Bunla, pmr wwH.lw I " I l i'aiiy iMt (including Sunaay), par peu-.ie i wiievcw to u ucajiar. im inuu( that the combinations should be tribu- ,17o Bunosy Hm, per copy...... ... o tvenlna- Hea (without Sunday!. oar wekJuo Evening a (including Sunday), Pr I tarjr to the people and not the people to coinDiaYntYYVrVaiaritM 'in delivery I the combinations has nevw been ao gen ahouia i addressed to oty ciroulaOon l- I -,, Btrr.ni- BOW a i arowlna:. I efficiency la discipline. An army whose attltud of th poware toward tbla gov DESTRUTLltQ POLICE DISCIPLINE. In the police force of cities, as in the army, the most important factor for , Proatae h Deaants. New Tork Evening Post. Another version of th story about the partment. . orncr.a Omaha Th Hn Ruudlnr. Bouth Omaha city Mail Building, Tweu- zy-nnn and M Btravta. Council Bluffs 10 Pearttrt. Chicago id Unity Uu.ritng. ew lorn Tempi court. It is A Qoestlon that will not down and comm.ndei, are nnder a cloud or con- 2J " "ito cannot be Ignored. When President "antiy changing is easily aemonuueo., a h h offle,Bl .. wh) WM ,ntirely familiar Roosevelt said that ln the Interest of hlle an army whose commanding wItB tD diplomacy of that period." But this the whole people the nation should, officers are known to enjoy permanent will never do. In th stag now reached by without interfering with the power of tenure and ample authority to enforce oontroveray w must hav name, dates. nu iittug vaawD am nvi ia aaw Waahloaton 6tfl Fourteenth Street. COR REBPON DKNCK. Communtoatinna ralatinr to news and e4W. I wv ...nA .itn I nn tn atanil ilmnit inr nrripal. If thai . .. . . 1 L L a i. , ..,. I iuuio vvxci ui un;iTwu auu I vnsuEO OI Tneaa mnieriov. unnamea oer- B, Editorial Departxnant. I tlon over all corporations doing an in-1 Omaha police force has lacked In dls-1 sonages in the background, with their "I BUSINESS LETTERS, Puslneaa etti Sdlreaad: lb REMITTANCES. I I , ' , , , I iai endoramnt" nor an account vouched Remit bv drart. tiorm or postal ordr, I It would aeetn that the men who con- haa'trown out of factional political con- Bi ubetantlallv eorraot" win avail us oycnt Mpsose'piD trol the combinationa, shrewd and saga- testa In which the police and fire de. now. We would not even take th word of irtm.il Bncounia. rmrtonu enwn, wfi I clOUa as tner are In aTTSlr or DUfunesa. I lanmran osre pers uiiuc ujb ivoi ui I - .v Oraab or eastern earhange. not epwa. : . -t..- t r4,i. i.t.,iiit- anslder" sad . "Ons Who Knows " the NQtWAWi. wouiu swe uiai nnoou supervision ana i . ...v,.. v., ... v regruauon must come and that instead ' ponce superviaioo cu sumuisim t0 lwml(nr thttr eommunleatlons un a.I 4wtimaiti tai a. - a A. . s ii a-a. li la . I tnfllraitv mienlaMnnai -rt V rA nnnanfKWl I iuo nuitcs iu me Hiactwr eii. tuso aa- " ' f - man'a atUnUoa. W hay had quit snme power of supervision and regula-1 on to stand almost any ordeal. If the ogii of ,tbese mysterlon, unnamed per- ii as j I nmaKa rwvllA. wsma Vas InnlrAf In lllsl. 1 - - a il v. . - . aV-s dNKsa LsaETTERS. ttrstate baftlneM,9 the peopto heartily clplioe and moral etamlna It ia became could na if X would.- Neither a "high offl- ?$8&Sw. a4 unqualifiedly approved the declara- of the ererlaaUng agitation and Chan cur nor ! r.on ta ataa touch with tiM niiw. At.), that lM oral go omce, neuner a semi-ora- TUS BEj PUBUSHlMa companx. STATEMENT Or CIRCULATION. Let Cuba Help Itself San Francisco Chronicle (rep.). Th latest scar got up In aid ot "star- ington or th mattr la long delayed. I log Cuba" la to tb effect that If we do not recently took a trip to th mountain dls. let in Cuban sugar . sod tobacco Senor trlcta and found th potrero absolutely ralraa will refuse the presidency of the bar of cattle and th Inhabitants almost Island, on th ground that th "failure" ot too poor to obtain the bar necessaries of the United States to "help Cuba" will ren- life and utterly discouraged over the altua- der it. "Impossible to maintain a stable tlon. While many of them hav large government" It Senor Palma ahould.de- tracts ot land, they cannot raise a dollar clin on any auch ground It would be on to stock them or for any other purpose, of th moat monumental exhibitions of pur and never taat a morsel of meat. "cheek" tn the annala of political history. Th soil of Cuba la claimed to b the rich est In th world. Its sugar planters, as we recently showed, were not long ago receiv ing higher price for their sugar than those which are found "perfectly aatlsfactory" by th Germans, whose Industry and skill must be applied to the thin, cold soil of northern Europe. If. with all their advantages, th Cubans cannot earn a living tn the fac ot German competition, we ar under no obli gation whatever to support them. We may regret the misery even ot the utterly shift- On the fee trt it thla atory Is false. It will be noted that It haa nothing to do with ausar. It refers to a cattl coun try. Thr was never a better market for bet than there now la. If anybody owns land lne cattl country he need have no trouble whatever to get cattl to feed upon It. There are men In th cat tl business who only need know of the chance. Meanwhile an "Important official" la said to repreaent th president and sec retary of war as hoping "to svold th arsv contingency pf Senor Talma'a re- less, but the United Statea doea not aet up final to assume office." We do not think for a great eleemosynary Institution for the they need to worry and don't .bellev that support of th paupers of the world. they are worrying. If the aalary la eatls- The real party In Interest la tbe refining factory and he has Unci Sam'a guaranty truat. It concocta these lies and pays for tnr "nntor" hark of him wa auanect he ' I m l a. i ,.. a- I anfuvntlnaHAii mrtA iranar. 1 A nmlf-altsa. I . m IV. Jt i . tat ( Nebraska. Doaala County aa. ; I"- VL"-ium uiwiunt'irea m oppoaiuoa u i -v ireao. rv pino ir u oocumenia in in i ir w uuu i cars, Own B. TunhDek. aaaratarv of Th B I tVila nnhlti rlomand wrnnM aKHiint nh I tlon. When DOilCOmen are tola ID at a I CaS. iZFuXS the auaV S,r if 'fuii inl reasonable and moderate regulation as change of officers is liable to take place ?-nJ?:, ..JtLJl'-.J10 I the Industrial commission haa recom- day., they naturally become Indiftep- u aaontb of January. IwH wa aa fof-1 mended. Persistence in opposition on I nt 411(1 insubordinate. , w 1 M1Mlft ao im the part of the combinations ta very The blame for police demoralisation U.. 80,5 likely to result In the people demanding however, not to be laid entirely at I. .so.ooo . so.zso more drastic measures of restraint and the door of self-seeking politicians. It Is .............so.iio u.... sw,w 30.....m.'SO,1Ov Si ,., so.aao ....ao.iss S .... a ..... a. . . . ... . .ao, aoo f....M soaoo I. .... bo.o SO, IT 10 SO, ISO U ao.soo II SO,4SO U ....S0.4TO II SO, ISO IS , SO.OTO MICAWBBltlSM I1T POLITICS. Denteeravtla Leasfrt Waltlaar for goasethlaa; o Tarm Vp. Denver Times. Rn ft t rvr .Timva YT . 1ad.i wtiA ..nnl rA reRulatlon. , There la nothing sevtre, I lrgy due to the courts, whose Judges, rather fleeting fame as th under dog in nothing unreasonable, nothing that Unconsciously, perhaps, play Into the two presidential fights, is inclined to thisk their circulation. Th aoll of Cuba la amply able to support Ita population In comfort If they never rala an ounce ot augar. For the apeculators and Ameri can planters we car absolutely nothing. They ar in no danger of starvation, and It Her I a aampl of the "startling" stuff which is circulated by "os ot th beat authorities" on Cuban conditions: Trouble la brewlag her and will de velop later. The annexation aentlment U atrongly on the increase, and will, I think, com to th front In caa w fall at Wash- will taks hta Job. Very likely he nvr thought of anything els. It la unsafe to bellev anything whatever about thla Cuban buaineaa. If there wer any truth In tb atorUa which ar told th trust would be only too glad to give th natnea of tbo wltnessea. It would aot alter the altua tlon If they were true, except that tbe country might b willing to relieve tem porary distress by generat taxation. To put th entire burden of th aupport of a shiftless race on th American .beet augar farmers would b an outrage. sway, muttered. "Well, If th eesat of th United Statea has got Into th red light district, I am glad I am not of It." Indiana politics baa developed a new Idea. An ambitious fflce-eeker wanta a court to Issue a mandamus compelling bis party to nominate him. Tbe afflc aaeklng th man la a lost srt la llooaUrdom. "The peopl of Philadelphia," aaya th Record of that olty, 'ar aceurged with bad water, amallpox, tyrhold lever and cor rupt municipal administration." The spring campaign in Ihe Quaker city ta growing warm. Henry Truelsen, who was defeated a few daya ago tn the race for maror of Duluta, will demand a recount, .th majority for his opponent, Mayor Hugo, being but alx votea. Two yeara ago Mr. Hugo neat nim by eigh,t volea. ISetween mayoralty rea be ran for congress and wpf defeated by Jtidir Morris. F. K. Smith,, whom th republlcasa ot Clearfield, Pa., hav nominated for bor ough treasurer, haa no legs. Damon Har vey, the candidate for squlrs. Is slso a crlppl. Thomas, B. Rellly, whom th democrats named for tax collector, la paralysed on on aid. Ail th men ar popular and expect to run wall. OTHCSR LANDS THAU OURS. . .a i m . . . . . I Vai wAm . hAllHi..! w.K.tMjhMi mnA Imwvam I ttia sfltt.lmMH al lam will K t)t. mm. u. i wuuiu wotk narusnip to any properly v. yuiimoi . r - Tv ,v ,v. m Sflsooi . . . . r . v ' I - j.-.v . I mount lsau In tha nt mat nailnnal TB expense or the maintenance of the 5::.8o:i3ol organea ana Honest corporation. In the - " poUtical light. H. has been .mot ed in "" MtUt at Kl.o-Chau contlnu ........S0,00 recgmmonusnoM oi me commission. I - v..u.. Boston as saying that th taauea for which M... .30.400 xhey would deprive no corporation, of J fTlnf publicity to their views on jjr. Bryan ha stood for th last flv yeara Si'iao) any '8ltlmate right and do Injury to I tbo constitutionality f charter provl- and mor will b carefully eliminated, but Iflllll.M...' to Increase. Laat year they were 10,000,000 mark. Thla year they will be 11,000,000. Th corresponding profit are Indiscern ible. Although th railway from Tslng-tau to th Chinese town of Klao-Chau (a dis tance of aeveaty-four kilometers) haa been ' I . j . . . I atAni mI.Hii a eh Mm .nit rwt1v Ann. I thla ha now detllM. vat warllv darklv hints sa aa o4) I vuo vraaiiixeu iu auui xauui ana in- i v w w " i - - - ZL::Z:.. tending to deal fairly with the nubile. Uslon they give these lawyer, a broad m Ah'lff ' ,a."le"" tl'"-' BO.BOQ Sucn corporations would not Buffer lnt as to what they would hold if cases tlo -v.. v. .ni-7Mmm.ni,.- 1,. open for trafflo alnc April t, 1801. and al Total .Mi.ooa from the requirement of publicity, aa Involving the point in question were .triet adherence to truth. vn though U tnouh thf 1,n,6 lnc exten!,e(1 Less unsold and raturned eoplea.... Baown ln thcase of those which hav brought before them, where the supreme furnishes little enlightenment to thoe who to t. .Chmn'-L,n' , ' stanoro v.- rt itarff wnM nrt- If n.n U sit In outer darkness. . Published official report has not a word N.t daii, av..6..gT ernment aupervlsion and reflation ta be bound to decline to reopen th. LXtil l Zr0 Buoacnoea i in my preeence ana sworn wouia not lnterTere with their business, ,B8UO party may yet unit for an offensive na yoi "Tt b. hungatb. any more than it doea with the business Thereffect upon the police and Are de- tional campaign, chiefly, perhaps, for th si ' . oiry x-uuuo. De the national hunk a On th on. partmenta of Judicial oplniona privately reaaon that it la impossible to do ao. In trary the effect would be to strthen expressed cannot but be extremely de- " : lead. .imply Zlr STZ Young Koo-evelt evidently baa all the them In public confidence and thereby moralising to th. force, and conae-1 " . ,,.,;'., , lnd prlTato companies, a garrison ot sturdy rtrennousness that goes with the promote their business. quently damaging to the public While utlona to th country which aovrna them near,lr mea naturally cause a cer I 7 I.. .. . V ...I .... . I fain .mmtnt lit r ri in 1 1 1 i 1 . 1 V,, . . name. to aay of th trafflo on aeotlona which have been open for several months.. The report - dwells on the development of the young colony, tha Immigration ot Chinese merchants and th activity displayed ln building operations, but la allent about th Opposition of the treat coroorntlona Judges of the lower courts have a right may b found to contain some political am- n amount oi commercial activity, nut tn engaged in Interstate business to pa- to dissent from the view, embodied In K5p.&?S 2 toJSFFl P" Znnl tin.i .nn.ni.i a .... BiinrpmA eonrt Acln tons th tn nnt ,uott BP It can be regarded as a I ,.... . t... .u. ,wu auu icgmauvu, vu iub very effectlv means of winning votea. The iRvuiriwnwu moderate and conservative lines now expected to reverse th. supreme court trust and the tariff, particularly ao far aa Cn,B" poptlon are exceedingly mod recommended, la ahort-slghted. It op- nor t0 rclee its prerogative if the th latter may foster, th trust, may yet V14 .tha -lm'?rt tT U xc,ui,le,7 " ?r : - . . I eratea tn inrinatfV nuKitn tA.Hi I suprem. court Itself feels constrained prove an effective Implement of poiVUcal I " " t.Ta wS th? .and Porsist.nco in ,t may .Wer tTSS SS'S chaaS Vti . KuaalflcationTt Kinl.nd proceeds aome of the wind Its capitalisation or ,Rtef brln ott ,oclal tadustrlsJ ta Ul chaBa cryataMa. U.ue. which sr. likely to lec P A correspondent of a London paper . revolution of the most far-reachlna- by a legislature. trlf tne country. writing from Odessa says that scarcely a far-reaching character. There are now 183 business Indeed, politics now Is simply a waiting I week Psea but aom new Imperial ukaae, The University of Nebraska seniors I game caa of trnatlng entirely to th tnlnlaterlal edlot or gubernatorial order m. a. v . ats m al a. ft I VtmKlnS HTaa Im VVIa ah aaaa. ine umana iniaa auppiy aepo on. ought to esteem themselves highly prlv- of accidents, Th overshadowing Ueprlvea the Finn, of on or another ot safely tun th. gauntlet one more. It to Washington, official figures, whose ?ftTTthTT.; .1 ot yat heavd abov th horlaoa their old solf-governing institution, rtghta waa hanging by a hair, but, as usual, w capitausauon u nearly 4.000,000,- " " . Z T -nr C tnA th Our Dav. arrived on tha seen, of peril Just ln the nick of time. 000. permitted to go uncontrolled and un regulated, nor will It be. The men who Our late visitors from St Paul draw I manage the great combinationa will be a gratifying contrast In favor of fmaha I wise to submit to th present demands between their reception here and at I of the public, Instead of by opposition Kansas City. Hospitable) entertainment I Inviting less moderate requirements. of guests never fails. to bring Its own reward. ) ", '. ' A apltaliaaOon U nearly $4,000,000,- "e , 7T, watiered elements which may d Privilege.. This vast power cannot safely b. delivered by Booker T. Washing- brinf ,t t m Btfc4 hars DOt yet been groupwl longer b called and shoulders above most of the men I reotion ad manifest that even th closest who have; preceded 'him: for similar functions ' at this Institution. If our state university harbors, any narrow' minded and v bigoted students ln Its senior class who object to listening to Booker T. Washington because of th. color of his skin, they should disclose observer haa bead ibl to sets them. Th vary beat that'im bo don 1a to watch the attitude e( congress and through It learn the manlfeetatloaa f public policies aa put forth by th dominant political party. HOW lh STORY IS DISTORTED. Ttr sflms unfortunate accident Thomas Jefferson seems to have been overlooked congretia will at this session provld. for period so that th. faculty may take p re in the valentln. distribution of our local mon to statehood of New Mexico, cauti0ns against granting its degrees to hyphenated contemporary. The true Arlzon ana UU4nomi- D " prospect any ukely to disgrace them, followers of Jefferson should resent this Ior ucn acuon 'a nave lm iipd.foe alight proved since the cause of those terri. Finland, h aaya, caa no an autonomous grand du- ton, who unquestionably stands head I together, nor is their tendency In that dl- 041 sppanage of the crown. Th lateat min isterial Mice, promulgated at 'Heiaingrors, orders tb dlabandmant of tb Finnish metropolitan police., who ar forthwith to b replaced by Ruaalana and th Russian system . pf organisation and administra tion. According to an announcement In the Hufoudatadsbladet, the Imperial gov ernment annual aubaldlea, for many years past granted, of 8,000 pounds aterllng to th Finnish 8teamshlp company for keeping open th water traffic between Hango and Stockholm, and ot 8,000 pounds sterling to th "Bor" company for maintaining win ter communication betweeiwAbo and Stock holm, hav been withdrawn. Tb reaaon ostensibly assigned for thla deprivation la that the companies In question permitted their vessels to be Inspected and searched by th Finnish police, but refused the same right to th Russian gendarmes. for h 1 a orthodox and conaervatlv aa hla rather. If not actually more so. There Is no reaaon for war with India, for all disputes between that country and Afghan istan were adjuated during tha laat retgn. Tb new ameer haa firmly declared hla In tention of maintaining th atatus quo. And not even Afghans ar ready to fight them selves Just for the sake of fighting. Tha ameer 1 a strong and experienced ruler, and will in ail probability hold all mullahs, mad or otherwise. In check. Th sudden enforcement In Franca of th law paaaed In 1894 forbidding working peo pl of both aexea, ' for reasons of health, j ten apota or lees. to tak their meal on their employer's premises, ia declared to b a real hard ship by I Petit Journal of Farta. Bom of th wealthier Parisian firms had estab lished refectories where ample meal wer provided at cost, but th smaller employers In th crowded dlstrtota were unabl to do so. Th poor work girls hav now been driven into the public atreeta and squares to tha detriment of their health and In many caaea of their morals. An outcry haa bean raised to interpret th law more humanely, and not to Inflict fines upon em ployers who sUlow work people to take their .meal in workrooms if th rules of hygiene ar observed. POINTED RBMARKS. Washington Star: "I aurfpos you hop to make a very cultivated young man ot your boy Jooh. . "Ye,'f answered Farmer. Comtoaeel. "We're cultivating Mm th best w ran. Every now. and then motne and tn give him a rakin' over." Philadelphia Press: Customer Tes, I like this piece of goods. How much? Tailor-Pair of pantat Five Customer I never ua 'paJlt8. X want a pair of trousers. Tailor To bo aura. W Wilt mak you a pair of trousers for $10. Chicago Tribune:. The waiter brought to the professor a sandwich In which a oroad slice of hum overlapped the thin and Insuf ficient slices of bread that wer supposed to conceal It, "Take It away,"' aald th profeasor. "and bring mo on not quite so decollette. Puck: First Burglar What .did you tak that brlcky-brac for? 'Tain t no good! Second Bursrlar 'Taint f First Burglar Naw, I tell yer, Jimmy, II yer wanter mak a fust-class success In dlt business yer sot to know aomethln' about art! k ' , i Judge: First Deaf Mute Tou ret twisted In your talk. Second Deaf Mute That'e Tecause my flngera are crooked. ii Washington Star: "Are yoa fond of pic. tures?" asked the man who I Interested In art. "I should say . sol" answered Broncha Bob. "Give, me Jack, aueens or kins .5r7 time. I always did hate to fool with OUTLOOK F0 SSWBTATta. There is uncertainty aa to whether identity before the commencement ,CHed from of Sketch Farmer Prealdeat Cleveland. . St Louis' Globe-Democrat.' The writer of an' article on Orover Cleve land ln one of the current magairnes ths eame writer who waa recently scourged by aom of th' leading papers of th country for aom of his Slurs on Thomas C Piatt Nebraska real estate men ln state con toties waa Jointly laid before congress. I ventlon hav. declared themselves by A report on the statehood bills Is ex-1 resolution on a number of . questions u getting democratic praise tor bis picture pected from the committee on territories 1 with Immediate bearing on the state's of the ex-president. That writer aaya, for to the election of Th. North Atlantic squadron Is now at Gaantanamo and other points along tha south Cuban coast Indulging ln target I nex week and it . Is thought probable progress and prosperity. The real es- example, ia referring .. . I .vi mi m ... a - m a. I . . . ... -. . . I Cleveland for aoverno practice. mere is any encourage- " " lu men nv everytnwg at suae on . ...,t MDMt(, TOi. was brutal. ment ln environment th. fleet should there has been no active opposition to the development of Nebraska's . latent unolanned a barbario yawn of disgust-" make a great record. . I the admission of the territories. I resources and by united effort should I Anybody who knew anything about that It appears to be the Quite general sen-1 b able to accomnllsh tangible results. canvasa could have told that writer that It waa tb conkiing-Biaine ngnt in wow lorx Demoorata with axes to grind ax I timcnt In the west that they should b. warned by their editorial mentor to tak. I admitted. The .Denver Republican ex Th minister or less ironically called "the Gladstone of France" by a Parla paper haa aroused curiosity to leara tb causa of the ap pellation. In a recent debet in the Cham ber of Deputies, M. Delcaase, In replying on the debate on an interpellation brought forward by M. Rouanet on th Armenian Th army board haa finally decided ot nr ,!n,t ""Vf nUt 0 " I fas - Kmsam avai jaa gtiinla SSWAlr vlSsli ssva to the rear. That ought to be comfort- presses the opinion that statehood would nPQ vJt recommendations of special cveLna hu 1M0oo lead over Folger for lng to th. new recruits from tbe late I have wonderful effect upon all three J mentions ana aecorations ror tnose wno governor in 1882. Cleveland got only 800 .ii Minhiimn fM whm na ) toTritoriea In aUmuiatdna! a-eneral aetiv. participated In th. war with Spain, mor vote In New Tork ln that yar than looking for front seats. Ity and affording better Inducements for uonsiaenng u ract wax tne army naa """ " VirVvo wis iisom ,oIut!o,,. but u eou,d M ,U8,t upon canltal and labor. That naner ears I naa conaiaeraoie to occupy ita alien- ' - . z ;".; v- . .vlltn ract tnat it naa aon an m it power ar ar - I . . . . I IQUn VI lOki rtFCVlTVU sJF VIIUSIU Sis -US aon since that time, the work haa been ciiTass two yeara prior. Tha factional light tccompusnea witn more ceienrj than I atmply kept these republtcana away from . POLITICAt. DRIFT. Dr. Samuel Webb ot Wagner Bleeping car fame, who owns a large allc of Vermont, ia a candidate for tb republican nomina tion for governor of that state. -. . Tha Justice party, which prop6sea to apply th golden ml to politics, will hold a convention in Washington, April 9. The new party, la not very large, but its'taek Is Immense. ; - ( During th last alx months of Tammany rala ln New York City, enough sinecures were attached t the municipal payroll to draw 8615,886. One-third of the barnacles hav been scrsped off. Senator Beverldg of Indiana promptly contradict th atory that h employs a valet. Tb idaa of a publlo man having a valet la a dangerous on to get abroad ln ths Blus Jeaas stste. The saddeat spectacle witnessed in the aouth alnce tha war waa th atrandlng of th Cook County Democratic club, on Ita way to the Charleston exposition, in a dry Georgia town, laat Sunday. Th apeaker of tha Illinois hous re marks: "Let me make tha mini and I I not gerrymander th other fellow. Former 8enator Gray of Delaware, now a federal Judge, sought to enter tbe sen ate chamber tha other day, 'but found the doora barred. A bunch of red Hghta an nounced that tha auguat aenate was In ex ecutive session. Th ludg aaaed on tha fact that M. Delcaaae. the French i C' Wh th re.rt d ,r of foreign affairs, ha. b.en more 'd te "f th ... .... . . 1 srerrvmandar tha nta ' . massacres, declared that th Armenian l u-"sr u ior a,, moment, ana, turning question was essentially an international Baltimore American :' "Oentleman." aald old man Bklnnem, while the committee on entertainment waa planning for tha vlall of tha prince, "I would suggest that at the banquet we have champagne bottle, but fill them with beeri" - A chorus of dissent met thla auggestlon, but old man Bklnnem continued: "Well. 1 only thought I'd lay the Idea be fore you. It seemed to me that It would not only b complimentary, but cheaper." KAISER'S 'FAVtEWELI. TO PRINCE, B. I Taylor In Chicago Tribune. Aufwledersehen. brother mlnal , , , Farewells will soon be klsned; And, ere you leave to breavt tho brine. Give ma ono mor your flat; That mailed fist, clenched high in air On many a foreign shore, . ' Enforcing coaling stations where No stations were before; ... t That fist, which Weaker nations VloW ' Aailf 'twere Michael's own. Anl which appalls the heathen Who Boav down to wood and stone. i ..i -t. :- ).. But thla trip no brass knuokies- Glove , That heavy mailed hand; Your mission now Is one of Iov ' And Peace you undert4UiU .. r All that's Amerldan, ynu'ir pr'atserR" :!T The Yank can do no wrong. " . To us hla own expressly phrase, Juat "Jolly him along." r . FJxpreas surprise to find, tho mor 1 Of Rooeavelt you aee, - , How muoh I am Ilk Theodor. . And Theodor Ilk me. I am. In fact (thla might not be A bad thing to auggeat), , The Theodore of the East, and he The Wilhelm of th West - ' And, should you get a chance, find out ' If anvbody knows- ExacCv what lfa all about. , - That Dci'rln of Monro', That's antr nous. My present plan You know as well aa 1 Be Juat aa Yankee as you can; , It needs be, cat some pie. Cut out the 'kraut, cut out Rhln win, Cut out th Schutsenfest, - .. ' ' .' The Sangerbund, the Turnveretn,' Th Kommors, and tha rest. And if soma fool society "Dl Waoht am Rheln" should alng.. iuu n( My ouniry, -n or The ine tun a -"uoa ave th Xing." To our own kindred In that land, ' There'a not snuch you need tell. Just tell them that you saw me. and That I was looking well. on. ' Franc alone could aot bring about Thst Omaha'a municipal credit is at I there la no doubt that all three of th. the top notch la evidenced by the fact territories wlU make progressive statea, ! that the city continues to do buaineaa I as their natural resources are practl- at th. old stand, although It has as yet cally limitless.- It haa been suggested no tax levy against which It can draw I that political considerations may have a warrant to pay its bills, I operated adversely to the territories, but I that should not b. allowed to exert any Ex-Senator Petti grew Is out ln an ln- I Influence. If the material conditions terri ew tn which he expresses the sr. satisfactory and It can be shown opinion that the Bin railroad merger Is I that th. territories are capable of car all right Mr. Pettigrew has a different I rytng on properly state governments and red tape Is usually unwound. way of seeing things sine h. had th. "x" placed before his name. developing. poliUcs should have no bear ing upon th. question of their admls alon. The statistics of population and resources in these territories and the facts regarding their Andrew Carnegie 1a quoted as saying that only those books that have stood the test of time for st least a year should find a place ln a public library. If the Omaha Public library should adopt a rule to thla effect what a shock It would be to the chronic fiction fiends who feed on new novels. It Is officially announced that tha strike ln Pacific coast shlpyarda Is ended. Possibly some progress will now I should alone determine whether thuy be made on the cruiser Nebraska. Tbla I are ln the condition to become states. state has been waiting patiently for a charm to shine at a launching. I anutbxr routi proposed. ...... j I Another rout, for an Isthmian canal The Indian appropriation bill haa been ia nrooosed. Senator Scott of West Vlr- reportea to in. nouse. ur th. total of r!ni. wants congress to authorize a On his road to Mexico ex-Secretary J. Sterling Morton dropped an interview In which he took a Dartinar shot at the development free distribution of seeds by the govern ment. Iiow does the sage of Arbor Lodge expect the ordinary congresman I The assertion that . Cleveland the polls. According to that writer, an antl-repub- lloan "tornado broke ut ia 1884" and "hurled him (Cleveland) into tha White House." Tha dimensions ot thla "tornado" can be pretty accurately gsuged by the 1.047 plurality for Cleveland tn New York, out of aa aggregate Of 1,200,000 votea In the state, and that atate decided the election In the whole country. A Chang ot 600 vote from th democratic to the republican aide in the state of New York la that year would have elected Blaine, The Burchard imbecility, th Bt. John prohibition vote of t5,000, th defection of th Conkllng aec- tlon ot the republicans in Interior New York, and any one of the many other things which could be cited would undoubt edly account tor more than thia (00 votea. "reduced la to convince hla constituents that be has not forgotten them? revenues and saved taxes" la pretty ef- I 'actively answered by Cleveland's "party perfidy and .party dishonor" assault on the to leaaen th hardship of th Armenians, and waa successful in preventing th maa- aacraa. Any ' International convention at th preaent moment would b likely to rata numeroua delicate queetlon. Buch a convention waa, however, not Impossible. For th tlm being th question was to acur aa equitable administration and ab solute tranquility for all the aubjecta of the Turkish empire. The question waa to defend deserving populatlona from the vio lence to which they had been aubjected. Franc, he concluded, who had already put forth a many efforts, waa ready to re new them and to associate Itself with thla work. It waa ready to prov Itself Turkey' alncer friend by pointing out how prejudi cial tbe situation of Armenia might be to Its best Interests. ess Apropos of the recent duel ln Prussia, in which Herr von Bennlgsen, the governor of Springe, waa murdered by aa altogether worthless person, Herr Falkenhagen, an at tempt haa beea made in official quarters to curb the growing publlo movement The authorities of one of the big Ger man universities have decided that Wllsoa-Gorman revenue and tax reduction against the duello. The attitude which even measure, which he contemptuously refused to sign, allowing It to go on th statute th most sealoua guard tana of tha law aa- sum toward dueling Is well Illustrated by a speech made by Herr Cuny, one ot ths New. Tork harbor 1s to be dark after March I on account of the exhaustion of the appropriation to maintain it Hav ing accepted the gift, It would seem that the country was certainly rich enough to maintain it The lower bouse of congress has again passed the joint resolution to submit a constitutional amendment for the elec I regard the Darien route as Imprsctica tion of senators by direct vot. of the I ble, because of th. tremendous expense of such a commission. It Is stated that Senator Ilanna ia favorably disposed toward the Darien route, on account of th. advantages of directness, shortness and aea level, and there are others, among them, some scientific men, who regard it sa more desirable than either of the other routes. But the Isthmian canal commissioners people. . Tbe danger la that It will be a disjointed resolution when the senate gets through with It that would be Involved In constructing a tunnel for flv. miles through rock. While unquestionably the Darien route possesses some advantages, as was According . to our esteemed World- shown by Senator Scott, yet the mem- tlerald th only patriotic purpose of the hers of th. canal commission who were democracy Is that of "destroying tbe re I specially detailed to investigate routes publican party." That haa been the I of possible canal construction other than mainstay of democratic patriotism for I the Nicaragua and the Panama, found the last half century. But the destruc-1 that ot the four linos of construction tlon of tb. republican party la aa far I that connecting Mandlngo harbor on the off as ever, ' I Atlantic coast with th. Chepo river on guilty. Do th. German universities want student life to relapse Into the un- prosaic role of securing an education! $3,000,000 carried by th. bill 13,000,000 I commission for the purpose of lnvestl-1 hereafter students who engage ln duels I book by tb expiration of tbe time limit IS for schools. These figure. Indicate BmtiM the route variously known as the will b. arrested and punished, if found More'. - Increased th Interest-bearing cnlef crown prosecutore. He denounced that Some progress Is being made toward I rtHn h Ran Blaa and tha Mandlnao I rulltv. Do th German unrveritla Mt u. lUat of 122,000.000 in hi tho persons who opposed ths "knightly renaenng tne Indian aeir-sustainlng. - I b ani n. mad. an extended eneech in the senate a few days sgo In The torxi on th. Statu, of Liberty in tUpport of hla resolution for tbe creation sec on a verm, in a penoa or psoiouna pear, i duel. Japsa Hold th Kay. Chicago Chronicle. Japan is ths "key M th Pacific," but a treaty between Japaa and Englaad ta aot liksly to prevent Russia plcklag th lock quietly when aha la quit ready and Eng land la not looking on. Hawaii Warklac for Mesalts. Baltimore American. Tber la nothing alow about Hawaii. Its delegate) oome forward with a bill to double th president's salary and xtnd th benefit all along th line. Th new dependency I not waating tlm ea senti mental legislation, but la alerting right at th fountainhead of practicality. Political Hesarractloa. Minneapolis Tribune. Unci Horace Boles, who will b recalled aa Iowaw solitary democratic governor since tbe war, haa announced hla Intention to come forward aa aa oppeaent of Speaker Hsaderaoa far congress. Hender son waa elected last time by a plurality by aalea ef bonds for gold to protect the treasury reserve. Even la tha particulars ln which Cleve land waa, right that writer la hopelessly astray. He aara that when Cleveland In 1886 "ascended tbe platform to make hla inaugural address not fifty men ln- tbe world could hav guesaed what position be woald take on any pending problem." Thla waa ten day after the prealdent alect had written that letter to A. J. Warner of Ohio, in which he pointed out that ths only way to aava the country from the ruin which silver coinage threat ened to lafltct upon It waa to atop the coinage of Stiver. Many of Cleveland's addrs-wea in th campaign of 1884 showed that h wa agalnat further silver coinage. That Warner letter ten daya before be took office ahowed that ha would hit silver aa aoon as he could reach it and hit It Juat aa hard a blow aa he could deal. There were aot fifty aewspaper reader In th United Blates ea th day of Cleveland'e first In auguration who bad th slightest doubt aa td hla exact position on th sliver question. one ef th two moat important issues of th day. This Is oa of th way la which history a distorted by writer who attempt to deal' wlto, U sille lacking a knowledge ot 11.124 votes, hut Bole argue that the district was democratic ones, sal may be J history'! elementary facta, "Ws hold fast," he aald, "to the old German custom ot our forefathera. who took pieaeur ia tn piay oi weapons, w s must not carry tbe eword only as an orna ment. We must uae It In joyful battle. W must also recognise that ia many cases where honor la concerned no other aolu tion la poaatbla than recourse to weapons Let the Philistines object as they like, we shsll hold fast to an unsurpassed method of training our youth." Th speech haa attracted much attention I. th Prussian press, especially aa a large majority of the population regard the "Menaur" la German universities as the reverse of training In any knightly quality, and aa a practice Inconsistent with modern notions of good breeding. mm Rumors of Impending trouble In Afghan istan are plentiful, but ar to be received '1th caution. Of course, ther ta alwaya a possibility of troubl la so wild and tur bulent a country, ana tne aeceauon of a new sovereign sffords aa exoeptlonal op portunity lor nuaehiet-makera. Yet we shall do well to ask what object th Had Mullah eaa hav ln preaching another holy war. Ona doe not go to war unless there Is omon to fight. 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