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THE OMAHA DAILY IlEEx SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 22, 1002.
SDIPLY A REVENUE MEASURE
Fhilippina Tariff Bill ii Thai Ohtrectorued
by Senator Spooner.
tAYt IT II fill FR0M COMrilCATIONI
WlwMl, Measfcer feHee to Senator
flatcs, Who Derlareo Ansnlnlstm-,
tlon la Beat t'nan Cenoneet .. -
WASHINGTON. Feb. M. For more than
Bit hours today too senate had the Philip
pine Urifl bill an4er discussion. Mr. Bat,
democrat, of Tennessee, delivered a care
fully prepared speech la oppoeltloa to the
pending measure. Ha was followed by Mr.
Spooner, republican, of Wisconsin. In a
brilliant defense of the republican attitude
toward tha Philippine Islanda. He became
Involved frequently In heated colloquy with
members of tha minority. Ha concluded
with an appeal to congress to atand by the
policies of McKlnley sad Roosevelt.
Mr. Tillman, democrat, of South Caro
lina began a cbaracterlstla arraignment of
tha administration In the Philippines, but
had oe concluded when tha aenate ad
journed until tomorrow.
Hot e Qwosttoa ef Sentiment.
Mr, Bate covered pretty fully the general
Philippine question. Pew thlnga had oc
curred la tha eeaale chamber, ha aald, more
fateful or Involving' more delicate Issues
aad greate result than tha ratification of
the treaty of Paris. Ha asserted the pay
meat of $10,000,000 far the Philippine
Islands waa a commercial, rather than a
aentlmental transaction, and waa the first
step toward a colonial policy, antagonistic
to tha American form of government.
While ha regarded the acquisition of the
Philippine Islands as hurtful to the Amer
ican aystem, aa deatituta ct benefit to tha
AmeeJcaa people and aa wrongful to the
Filipinos the present waa pot tha time to
continue that discussion or to propose a
remedy for tha evils that bad sprung from
the ratification of the Paris treaty. Ha de
clared that it waa only after the ratifica
tion of that treaty that tha apprehension
arose that tha republican party had "bltton
ff mere than K could chew." Then It was
that the Idea had blossomed out that only
congress could eitend tha operation of tha
constitution beyond tha eta tee; and It waa
held, la addition, that congress would not
extend tha provisions of tha constitution to
tba people of tha Philippines except with
tha string to It which denied equality at
administration, taxation and clttsenshtp.
'' "" Millions Dollar. Spent.'
' How many millions of dollars had been
expended In the aentlmental program of ex
ploitation was unknown ta the American
people, but thaa far there had been no
money returned ot this war for trade
Tha present tariff bill, the Tennessee
senator aald, would become a law, but It
would not bridge tha chasm that separated
a people struggling for Independence and
tha republican party, "bent upon conquest,
exploitation and commercialism."
It waa not given to flntte wisdom to
distinguish the form which retribution for
that trade at Paris would take; but, when
tha tariff bill had been paased, tha re
publican party again might be heard to
exclaim: "Erring alster, depart la peace,"
for there would be no mora money to be
made out cf tba Filipinos and they might
thea take their place again among the na
tion of the world.
Senator tsooier't Defease.
Mr. Bpooner of Wisconsin addressed tha
aenate In aupport of tha pending bill Tha
measure, ha aald, waa entirely free from
eomplloatioce. It waa atmply a revenue
MIL Whatever difficulties seaatora. or
others bad In reconciling tha difficulties ot
the suprene court's decisions In tha In
sular casta, ha waa satisfied that tha pro
posed bill was constitutional, aa the Foraker
Perto Rlean bill waa constitutional.
Mr. Bpooner referred to soma recent
statements by William J. Bryan In his
newspaper In aupport of, the minority In
tha aenate. Ha pointed out that these
very gentlemen who now were criticising
tha government were Instrumental In plac
ing the problem before congress. He de
clared that Mr. Bryan had come to Wash
ington and- advocated tha - ratification of
tha Parts treaty and ha ventured the opin
ion, that if It had not been for Mr. Bryaa'a
fforta tha treaty would not have been
Daty ef ne People.
A aolutioa ef tha Philippine question, aa
presented to congress and to the coun
try now, waa demanded not by any po
litics. I party, but by tba people of the
country. Ha claimed the right of the ma
jority to deal with the queatlon as it saw
fit, aa by tha people it had been placed la
responsibility and was held to accounta
bility by tba American people.
Mr. Spooner discussed at length the rat
ification of the treaty of Paris. In tha
course of bla statement he waa Interrupted
by Mr. Wellington, who asldi
"I would give ten years ot my Ufa ta re
call tha vote which 1 east for that treaty."
Ha declared that tha promises made to blm
at that time "by the administration" with
respect to the treaty were broken. Mr.
Bpooner sharply arraigned the democratic
party for tha encouragement Its utterances
That' a a word
which may not be in
tha dictinraary in thia
acne ot ha nee, but
which ia in Terr csmmoa vac hi
aaortooa of the country. "She's always
piecing;" they say of tbc woman who
ma to the ctrpboerd at irrejrular hours
aad cats a piece of pis, cake, or aome
ar csauxy. i am irregular caaaaj at
of tba cbief causes of dvexarpaia
of the atwaiach and other
diatPUoa and nutrition are
completely cured by the use of Doctor
Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery. It
iumaia the aopply of rich, pave blood.
and gtves the body vitality and vigor.
trWH I was fcruag very badly." etnas
Mm. Uak Anrnaaa, W il Juaaiia avaaa
mh, M. T. Had a very BaanT enetil sad
araaa I sat aowa at tha Saba I eaaus not cat.
mm ! Saw tor sway .ka even ntabaa
tka aaai, Caaariiis to boar from a Btrad
waa waa aa- OuuUa Mefeuel BSaaurj ' lur
ataauar to toiar. I laoaga i avaiii
om at Ta ant
abacs tattac the 'Ooldca
I Ito amy' I Oa aat kaufc ba.e thaaaaat
aiiaim. Am Saaay watt aa4 atraa h mat
W Ii n tog aia touto as tar. rseroCs CaCJaa
Dr. Pierce's Commos Senas Medical
Advkser, paper covers, is sent Jrm oa
of at ana cant stamps to pay
f psaUlor aWr. Aodraaa Lav
1 iaiai aha Saatrat rat.tiart
iai ilw net aaM aaaa. Mr apactaa ra
- aaa 1 waa iW ta aat aaartilv. I have
JL. V. llcrca, JputUkh M. Y.
had given tha Flllplnoe, and declared the
motive was a "blind greed for political
power, which made them forget for tha
nonce the army at tba front."
Minority Proposition Deaanaecd.
Mr. 8pooner denounced the substitute
proposition msde by the minority of the
senate committee on the Philippines aa the
"most mischievous project that could be
devleed by the wit ot man la the present
stata ot affaire."
"It Is," hs exclaimed, "a bill to raise hell
in the Philippine archipelago a bill which
has no merit whatever in It."
Mr. Tillman addressed the aenate la op
position to the pending bill. He declared
that the expression . of the motives for so
acting the bill were a subterfuge and a
humbug and everybody kaevr it. Ho as
serted that this government in Its treat
ment at the Flllplnoe bad returned to tha
policy of Great Brltala, which had been
overthrown by our forefathers at York-
He aald the Filipinos now were being
"pacified off the face of the earth."
Mr. Tillman had not concluded when tha
INDIAN BILL PASSES HOUSE
Appropriation Measarn Goes Tareagh
Wltboat Amendment to Oaalt
Moaat Pleasant School.
W A RHTMfiTYW Pah 91 Tha hnn.a .
day passed tba Indian appropriation hill.
The latter part of tha session was devoted
to tne consideration of priifite claim bills.
number ox wblcn were passed.
Mr. Tawner ef Minnesota aaVmt nnanl.
mous consent for the consideration ot the
lol lowing resolution;
Resolved, That tha secretary of war be
ucmvu w lumnn ini in, u no mien in x ur
ination concerning the number of acres of
of the Island since the date of the Ameri
can occupation as Is shown by the reports
and by the records of the military govern
ment of Cuba, giving the consideration, the
""" aim piac; ot reeiaence rt pur
chasers, the number of acres contained on
sen trust conveyed, tne total acreage Of
cultivated sugar land owned by cltlssne of
ma i hi iwi Dit&ivs ana oy citizens ok outer
countries foreign to Cubs.
Mr. Payne, tha maiorltr leader, said ha
did not think the precedent should ba as-
laDiisned of considering such resolutions
before they had been cousldersd by the
committee. Mr. Tawnev danleit that it m
unusual ta adopt resolutions ot Inquiry in
tnia fashion, but Mr. Payne, nevertheless,
Tha house then resumed consldarattoa nf
tha Indian appropriation bill The Fltxger-
aia amendment to tha bill to provide that
no portion or the appropriation for the
Mount Pleasant. Mich.. Srhnnl atinnM m tn
B. C. Nardln, tha auperlntendent, who bad
been charged with permitting tha debauch
ing or inman girls,' waa pending. Mr. Sher
man made a statement that ha had ma da
some Investigation alaca yesterday and had
ascertained tnat the Inspector who made
the charcea aralrut Mr. Narrlln waa not
now In tha service and that Mr. Nardln bad
been exonerated. Nevertheless, he said, ha
would move for an Inveette-atlon bv a ih.
committee of the Indlsn committee. If that
Investlgstlon did not fully vindicate Mr.
naratn, ne said, n Dad no doubt hs would
pramptly be dtsmlsesd.
The bouse later ordered the investita
The committee on territories nninlnAnilt
decided to report bills for tba admission of
tbs territories of New Mexico, Ariiona and
Oklahoma. Tha vote waa takea upon a mo
tion made by Mr. Meoa ot Tennessee, de
claring It to be the sense of the committee
that the three territories were entitled ta
stavenooa ana that subcommittees be ap.
poimea 10 prepare tne bills. The subcom
mittees were appointed.
During, the consideration ef n f tha
bills Mr. Kleberg, democrat of Texas, who
Is a Oerman, made a brief speech, depre
cating any attempt to make c-olltlcal rani.
tal out of the coming visit of Prince Henry.
tie aald the United States should sxtsnd to
him and tha great nation ha represents a
hearty welcome and a true American hos
pitality. Tbs bouse then adjournad ta meet Mon.
LONG SAYS HE WILL LEAVE
Aaaoaacea Report ot His Retlrlnar
frosa the Cabinet Is Tree Xo
Date Delaltely Fixed.
WASHINGTON. Feb. 21 After tha r.M.
net meeting today Secretary Long stated
that the report that he Intended leaving the
cabinet waa quite true. He aald ha bad
fixed upon no apeclfla date for bla leaving
and he bad not yet formally sent his resig
nation to the preatdent and might not do
ao ror soms tims. Tha president, however,
waa fully aware of hla purpose, which was
formed many months ago.
PENSIONS FOR WESTERN VETERANS.
War Sarvlvora Remembered by tba
. WASHINGTON, Feb. ll.ffipeclal.) The
following western pens loss have been
Issue of February 4:
Nebraska: Original John C. Brown,
Cheater, ta. Increase, Restoration. Reissue,
Ktc.-John Hutchlngs, Falls City, 110:
Orsnd Inland, 113; William i. Barger,
Omaha. t: James Hetherington, Indlanola,
$10; Jamea F. Zedlker, Franklin, Hi Jamee
Sexton (deceased! (Mexican wart. IJnraln.
112. Original Widows. Etc. Hestsi A. Sex-
ion oiexiran war;, uncoln. VI.
Iowa: Increase. Restoration. Reissue,
Etc. Alonsa Wells, Beimond. 110; Oeorgs
W. Roberts. Soldiers' llnma. Uinhilitnan
W; John Jsyna, West Chester. ; Ueorge
W. Buchanan, Muscstine. tlT. Original
Widows, Etc. Uvallne Fletcher, Coon
Rapids, 8. Restoration, Widows. Etc.
Minor of John Arnot, Bloux City. tit.
Colorado: Original Simon D. Kohl, Lons
mont, 16; Bteven bteel, Ieadvllle, $6. In
crease, Restoration, Reissue. Ktc Henry
M. Coffin. Boulder, 11!: Jackson 8. McQulre.
Agullar, $8. Orlainsl Widows, Etc Re-
oecca d. nray. opringneia. t.
South Dakota: OHsinal Ole Larson (da.
ce.ad 1. oberman, t.
.unn laota: increase. Restoration.
Reissue. Etc. Henry C. Feldman. Pern-
GOES TO PRISON FOR LIFE
Ea-Coavlot Ralaras to PealteBtlary
I'poa His. Coafessloa
ST. LOUIS, Fab. 21. On bla plea af
guilty Thomas Johnson was sentenced to
life Imprisonment for the murder of Jsmea
Ryburn by Judge Hartsell of the Madison
county circuit court at Edwardsvllle, III.,
Tha murder waa committed June it. 1M1,
la a box car at East St. Louis. Ryburn
who waa a young fsrmsr from nesr
Bloomington, 111., wss on his wsy to St.
Louis to go Into business. Ha wss found
unconscious In the car.
By a watch which was sold to a St.
Louis pawnbroker and Identified aa having
belonged to the murdered man, local de
tectives traced Johnson and arrested him.
Johnson eoafeeeed that he bed murdered
Ryburn ia cold blood. The prisoner Is aa
sscsped convlot from Wlacoaala. 1
HAS TILT WITH MINISTER WU
farmer Mayor ot Sao Fraaelsre aad
Calaesa Ambassador Meet
NEW YORK, Feb. 11 Wu Tlag Fang,
Chinese minister to the failed Slates, gad
jams D. Pbelan, former mayor af San
POPULARITY ISA REWARD
of excellence. It Is not bwatow
ed upon unworthy or mediocre
thin rs. To be passably (food la not
enough to win the approval of the
people. The Illustrated Bee baa
won the approval of the people.
Ita popularity being freely and
substantially attested. This baa
been accomplished solelv through
maintaining' the standard of the
paper at the highest possible point
of excellence. The next number
will be found to. contain much that
Is pood In the way of Illustration
and text. All the features have
been prepared especially for The
HENRY, MINCE OF PRUSSIA, ia ex
pected to land at New York
today on a peculiarly Interesting
mission. He comes as a representa
tive of the emperor of Germany, to
attend the launching of the yacht
built for hla majesty by an Ameri
can firm. Incidentally, as a rep
resentative of the Uennnn people,
he Is to be the guest of the nation
during his stay in thia country.
Ills latest photograph has served to
furnish a frontispiece for The Il
lustrated Bee. . Along with It Is a
short sketch of the prince and his
wife, the Princess Irene.
CAPTAIN STREET ER has for the last
few years held against all
comers a large tract of accreted
land on the ahore of Lake Michigan
at Chicago.' lie has won sev
eral points in the legal fight for the
possession of this valuable tract,
and only a few daya ago one of his
armed guards fired on and killed
an intruder. At all times since
the strife broke out a state of
armed warfare has existed. Once
sixteen men behind a breastwork
stood off 200 policemen. In The
Illustrated Bee a full history of
the affair Ja given, with illustra
tions made from photographs.
JOHNS HOPKINS UNIVERSITY ia at
tracting much attention - at
present because of its approaching
twenty-fifth anniversary and the
celebration attendant thereon.
The prospect ot a new location on
the historic Carroll grounds near
Baltimore Is also a subject for
much discussion. A well written
sketch of the university as it Is,
illustrated from photographs, gives
an excellent Idea of conditions pre
vailing now and what tha future
BAGGAGE SMASHING is a topic in
wbloh tha public Is interested.
The muscular fiend who used to
hurl trunks to destruction has be
come a memory. 1 Nowadays the
personal belongings of travelers
submitted to the care ot the rail
road . oompanlea are treated with
a tenderness that Is truly -touching.
No matter what has brought about
the " change, the sew method Is
fully ' described and Illustrated
from photographs taken at the
Omaha depots during the week.
ONE OF THE WONDERS of the world
, is the bore at Ilnngcbov, China.
Here the onrushlng tide of the
Pacific ocean meets the flood of
the Yellow river, and a most tre
mendous illustration of the force of
nature !s the result The marvels
of this phenomenon have been the
subject of deep study by scientists
of the world, and much has been
written concerning It in a technical
way. In his letter this week
Frank G. Carpenter gives a popu
lar description of the phenomenon,
and accompanies it with photo
graph a that give an excellent Idea
of the force of the wave and the
magnitude of the work ac
complished by the Chinese in their
efforts to confine the sea.
ALL DEPARTMENTS of the paper
have been given the customary
attention and will be found com
. plete la every detail. The list of
features enumerated does not ex
haust the contents of the number.
Other matters of more or less gen
eral intereat are touched upon, and
Illustrations of a timely nature are
presented. The whole number
wilt be found of great Interest If
yon are not a subscriber, yon
should order the paper from your
news dealer today.
". ' . - ; in run ,
The Illustrated Bee,
Francisco, hsd aa exciting colloquy on tha
subject of Chinese exclusion In the cor
ridor ot aa uptown hotel today. Mr. Pbe
lan was one of a delegation that visited
Washington to urge re-enaction of tha ex
elusion act and holds profound views on the
subject. He and tba minister met by
chance and. after reoewlng recollections of
a former meeting at the Bohemian club la
Baa Fraacleoo, expressed their views . la
loses that attracted a crowd. They quieted
dowa before they parted and tha minister
la conclusion ssld: "You know about tha
subject now that I have talked to you."
Caase aaa Care of Caaeer. .
NEW YORK, Feb. Xl.-The official heads
of ths medical profession of Great Britain
are determined to unite for a systematic
Inveetlgatlon Into the causes, the preven
tion and the treatment of cancer, accord
ing to tba London correspondent of the
Herald. The king has given countenance
te the movement, and It le likely interest
ing developments will follow shortly. The
councils of the Royal College of Burgeons
and the Royal College o( Physicians have
adnnted a lol lit resolution emDOWerine dele
gates to draw up a detailed scheme of
work, eir wuu&m unurcn. nir wiuism
Brcadbent and others equally well known
are on the committee.
Platal Dael Likely to Ba ratal.
LAWRENCEBURQ. Ky., Feb. M.-Alt
Wltherspoon, president or tne First Na
tional ha.Dk of this cltv. Ilea acrloualv
wounded at his home, and Judge Porter
Walker le under orflctal surveillance,
awaiting a changs In the wounded man's
Wit her spoon comes of a wealthy family
and ia a leading bualness man. His
brother, Horace, after killing two men,
was himself killed by a mas named Port-
Cattleatea to Heoraaaleo.
GUTHRIE, Okl.. Feb. It The executive
committee of the cattlemen's aaooonClons
ef Oklahoma ana Taaaa will meat here In
March to merge under the name of the
Southwestern Cattle Growers' sssorisMon,
which will thaa be the largest organisation
ef value mteret ia ma wvua. -
SPAIN DEALS WITH RIOTERS
Adopts Stringent Laws for Protection
Against Anarchy Hobs,
WEYltlt DETERMINED TO CRUSH REVOLT
Martial Law le Eaforeed la Bareeloaa,
Seat ot tha lievetatloa Slt
aatloa Is Somewhat
MADRID, Feb. II. Official dispatches re
ceived here assert thst calm baa been re
stored at Barcelona, Saragossa aad Valen
cia, hut newspaper telegrams report that
the situation is still serious. The rioters
at Bareeloaa are devoting their energies
to preventing food supplies from entering
the town. In one such esse the troops
escorting a convoy were obliged to fire
on tha rioters, aeveral at whom were killed
A aerloua conflict also occurred today tn
tha ceater of the town. The efforts of ths
captain general to persuade ths dock labor
ers te resume work have ' failed and the
entire trade of Barcelona Is at a standstill.
Revolutionary proclamations era still being
The exciting debate In the Chamber of
Deputies hers oa the Interpellation yes
terday of Senor Robert, deputy from tbs
province of Catalan, in regard to the oc
currences at Barselona, waa renewed to
day. Senor Romero Robledo asked for
Information regarding the meeting of the
foreign consuls at Barcelona, and when
the minister of the Interior, Senor Oonxales,
professed his Ignorance of this meeting and
declared the Interpellation to be Inoppor
tune, the deputies ef the opposition dis
played the greatest impatience,
Weyler Says Newa Is Esagnerated.
General Weyler, ths minister of war, an
nounced in the chamber that he hsd de
cided upon energetic steps to suppress the
disorders, but that some of the news sent
by correspondents was exaggerated. Senor
Meucbeta, manager of the Dlaro of Bar
celona, who arrived from Barcelona this
morning, spoke . In defense of the corre
spondents, who, he said, always told the
truth, while the government deceived the
queen and the country.
. MADRID, Feb. II. According to this
morning's advices from Barcelona the situ
ation there is improving, but It Is still
threatening. An effort will ba made today
to reeume ordinary vocations.
The most stringent measures have been
prepared to protect traffle and business.
The strikers have few rifles, but are well
supplied with revolvers and daggers.
The search of suspected houses continues,
resulting in .the arrest of large numbers
ot anarchists and revolutionists ot all
kinds, who hre considered to be the prime
movers in the troubles. The cosmopolitan
character ot Barcelona makes it a resort
for representstlves ot all the revolutionary
elements In Europe, and the ranks ot the
malcontent workmen have been swelled by
French and other foreign political agita
tors. The republicans are busy among the
troops, urging them to not use their arms
against their own class in defense of pluto
crats. The working people of Madrid favor
' Martial Law Proclaimed.
Martial law has been proclaimed at Tar
ragonau. The strike is spreading in the
Llobregat and Cardona valleys. Thsre 1s a
general cessation ot work at Castellon de
la Plana and Grave, and much excitement
prevails at Batea. Forces ot gendarmerie
have been dispatched to those places.
Delegatea from the labor societies of
Saragossa have visited tha governor and
declared themselves opposed to the strike.
Tha predominance of bayonets here has
bad due effect . and the most turbulent
spirits have been driven off the streets.
Outwardly the city is resuming an aspect
of comparative quiet. The leading citlxens
are Joining the military aad civil authori
ties In restoring order. The captain gen
eral haa ordered the newspapers to resume
publication and has instructed the ownsrs
of public places to again engage in their
regular work. It the printers refuse to
work their names are to be handed to the
eaptala general, who will look after them.
LONDON, Feb. 21 Advices received here
direct from Bilbao, Villadovalld. Coruna,
Oljon and other industrial centers- ef 8paln
show that the attitude of the minora and
other werkera ia distinctly threatening.
The greatest excitement prevails every
where and tha general situation is ex
tremely grave. Tha garrisons of Burgos
and Vlttorla have been ordered to ba Iq
readiness te start for Saragossa at a mo
meat s notice. All the railroads are
guarded by troops.
Strikers Attack Jail.
BARCELONA, Thuradsy. Feb. M. Forty
persons have been killed since the disturb
ances broke out here. The strlksrs today
attacked the Jail in an attempt to rescue
their imprisoned comrades, but they were
repulsed by ths troops, after a number ot
rioters bad been killed or wounded.
The ordinary necessaries of life are fall
ing and the distress la becoming accentu
ated. The strikers are aald to be receiving
large sums of money from London.
Ia the neighboring towns the disturbances
arc spreading and are Increasing In gravity.
LONDON, Fsb. 21. Dispatches received
here from Madrid and Barcelona and from
various frontier towns la close touch with
the acenes of the disturbances 1 In Spain
quite discredit the sensational dispatch to
the Exchange Telegraph company, saying
that a Berce battle had been fought between
troops and rioters In a suburb ot Barcelona,
that ths artillery raked street after street
and that 600 persons were reported to have
been killed or wounded on both sides. It Is
a matter of fact that up to last evsnlng the
total number at persons killed throughout
the disturbances was only forty.
CASTELLON DE LA PLANA, Spain. Feb.
21. The employers and their employes
reached an understanding this afternoon
and the strike hers Is ended.
Atteuck Jesalt Calleao.
8ARA008SA, Spain, Feb. 21. A number
st rioters attacked the Jesuit college here
last night. The fathers Bred on the mob,
believing their assailants to be thieves.
VALENCIA, Spain, Feb. 21. Ia a conflict
here yesterday between rioters and the po
lice three persons were wounded. Four
teen arrests were msde.
BILBAO. Spain, Feb. 21 A number of
anarchists havs arrived here with the ab
ject of Inciting a strike. The socialists
have refused to co-operate la the move
ment SEVILLE, Spain, Feb. 21. A number of
Italian anarchists hsve arrived here. The
authorities hsve tsken all the necessary
precautlcas to prevent an outbresk.
HENDAYE. France, Feb. 21. People wba
have arrived here from Saragoasa, Spain,
bring alarming reports of the situation
there. They ssy the working people have
thrown la their lot with their Catalonlau
comrades and that tbs threatening attitude
of the strikers haa caused the flight ot the
richer families. The civil administration of
ths whole province ef Saragossa has been
takea ever by the military authorities.
LONDON, Feb. 21. It Is announced la a
special dispatch from Madrid that General
Weyler, the war minister, is urging the
queen regent to give blm a free hand la
dealing with the "rebels' tn Catalonia" and
that Premier Batista threatens to resign
If Gsneral Weyler'a request Is granted. The
queen regent is said to favor General Way
Te peeve wast tbts great Malr Baaatlfler
at tried It saa Is treabled HN Saeenrtf ar with
ssay have by asaU a seaspie saitie aojvlui
IT WILL KEEP YOU
H. H . H. he bees a Meistng te thoaa.
aada who have becaaM gray er bald.
Mar's Mall-Hearth b a healthful hair
leed, mtoriag youthful color aad
Sad prevent! dindruff tnd Mope (ailing
aad breaUat el the hair. It Is net a
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Significant Editorial Comment on tbs Letter
of Lord Bosebery.
EX-PREMIER AND UNIONISTS MIGHT UNITE
Times Indicates Possibility of Abon
donlaar Present Ooverament
If laeh a Coalition
LONDON, Feb. 21. Lord Rosebery's an
nouncement of his flnsl separation from Sir
Henry Campbell-Bannerman's section of the
liberal party forms a fruitful topic for edi
torial articles and for discussion In all
quarters of Great Britain. One ot the most
noticeable phases Is the curious effect the
letter produced on the wording of the
Times editorial on the subject. Its friend
liness to the ez-premler might easily be
explained on the ground of unionist delight
at a defln'te split in the opposition ranks.
Its declaration that "what the country
wants is not a brand new set of principles.
but a new set of men capable of replacing
the present set without upsetting the policy
of the empire," precedes the significant de
mand. Lord Rosebery's party wants to
prove that It can be entrusted to Infuse
business energy Into the prosecution of an
Imperial policy. "If," the Times continues,
"thefruitlon ot efforts In that direction
mar seem to be remote, we can only say It
may come sooner than anybody expects."
This cryptic utterance has started rumors
of a new coalition between the mlonlsts
and Imperialists-liberals, ' under the lead
ership of the duke of Devonshire and Lord
Roeebery, besides the- possible detection ot
the Times in Its snpport ef the present gov
ernment. Something ot this Is visible In
the Globe's editorial sitlcls thia morning,
which, while congratulating Lord Rose
bery : en his ' "emancipation," dilates
strongly on the pettiness Of the differences
between his policy and that of the union
ists. The Pall Mall Qasette follows other tory
opinion In declaring that a man that can
write such a letter as a reply to Sir Henry
Campbell-Bannerman "Has the grit which
the empire expects of those who lead It."
Tba Westminster Gssette, hitherto divided
In Its allegiance, comes out In favor ot plr
Henry Campbell-Bannerman, but sorrow
fully admits that Lord Rosebery's letter
means another term of government for the
unionists, while It tears Lord Rosebery's
group may be liable to absorption in that
DUCKOY DOES POOR SHOWING
Lots Bran Take tba Itace After
Havlas It at Hla
BAN FRANCISCO, Feb. 21.-The racing
at Oakland today was under dlaagreeahle
conditions, rain falling all afternoon and
the track being very slushy.
Duokoy, 1 1 to i shot, was one of the
two favorites that failed to land, and he
made a dlrgraceful showing. He was In
with Brsgg and Hedwald, and waa thought
to have the event at hla mercy, especially
as the going suited him. Bragg beat the
gate, but Duckoy overhauled him at the
Bret turn. They ran on even terms for a
time, but Duckoy did not have hla usual
speed and stopped badly. Redwald beat
him ten lengths for the place.
The books were hit hard on the race,
both Bragg and Redwald being heavily
played for the place.
O Connor carried off the riding honors
by landing three winner. He put VP a
brilliant effort on Slddone, bringing him
from lsat position In the cloning event.
Arthur Featherstone, the wealthy Chicago
owner, to whom O'Connor Is under con
tract, was a spectator. He Is accompanied
by Julius Bauer, his trainer. Results:
First race, one-half mile, maiden J-year-
olds, purse: Nlgrelts won. lelsegno sec
ond, Tom Mitcneu tnira. lime: v:m.
Second race, seven ruriongn: nasnenso
won, Urchin second, Jiuuee intra. Time;
Tnira race, one miie. selling: nrsgg won,
Redwald second, Duckoy third. Time:
Fourth race, seven furlongs, eelllnr:
Sombrero wort. Botsny second, Dunblane
third. Time; 1:12.
Flrtn race, tnree-quac-rs ot a mile, sell
ing: Water Scratch won. Kvanaer second.
Colonial Olrl third. Time: 1:18.
rllxth rare, one mile and a sixteentn,
selling: Bidnona won. Sea 1-lon second,
Hungarian third. Time: 1:64.
One Favorite Laads First.
NEW ORLEANS. Feb. tl Prestome was
ths only successful favorite today. Jockey
T. uean was suspended, pending an in
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and that against Jockey Dale continued
First race, seven furlongs: Chickadee
won, Panther second, Frank Jones third.
Second race, six. furlongs: Zack Ford
won, Kcho Dule second, Lrroyd third.
Third race, selling, one mile and seventy
yards: Dlgby Bell won, Jessie Jarbo sec
ond. Meme Wastell third. Time: 1 :5t4.
Fourth race, selling, one mile and a six
teenth: Prestome won. Dr. t'arrlck second,
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Fifth race, selling, one mile and seventy
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Sixth race, selling, one mile and a six
teenth: Utile Tommy Tucker won. Anna
Darling second. Bequeath third. Time: 1:60.
PUGILISTS IN PRIME FORM
McGovern and Snlllvan Ready for
Their Fight In Loalsvllle
LOUISVILLE, Ky.. Feb. 21 All arrange
ments for 'he fight between Terry McGov
ern and Dave Sullivan tomorrow night be
fore tne Boumern Atmetic club in mis city
have been completed and reports from the
lighters Indicate that they are In prime
condition for the contest. Both men have
finished their traJnlne- and will welah In at
the Auditorium here tomorrow afternoon at
1 o'clock, when, according to the agree
ment, it either tips tiie scales at over 126
pounds, he will forfeit 1500.
The fighters will enter the ring at 9
o'clock and will box twenty-five rounds,
straight marquis of Queensberry rules, for
60 per cent of the gate receipts, 35 per cent
to the winner and 25 per oent to the loser.
McGovern, with his manager, Sam Harris,
and his trainers. Charlie Mayhood, Joe
Humphrey and Hugh McGovern. will ar
rive In th city tomorrow morning at 1:16
o'clock from Cincinnati, where McGovern
has been In training. Sullivan ia In Louis
ville, where he has been prepared for the
contest by Tom Sharkey, Hob Armstrong,
the negro heavyweight, and Joe Zlger, who
was Young Corbett's sparring partner when
he trained for his successful fight with
McGovern on Thanksgiving day.
Bob Fltzalmmons, who will referee the
oontest, arrived In the city tonight.
The prospects are that the largest crowd
that ever witnessed a fight In Kentucky
will be on hand when time Is railed and
nearly every seat In the house already has
been sold. The number of out of town
spectators will be large. Parties will ar
rive in the city tomorrow from New York.
Chicago, Cincinnati, Columbus and the In
diana gas pen.
NEW FIELD FOR ATHLETICS
Factilty of Yaakton College An
nounces Happy Sarprlse for
YANKTON, S. T)., Feb. 21. (Special Tele
gramsAt a banquet tonight the faculty
of Yankton college announced the purchase
of a new athletic field. This was a sur
prise to the student body. The grounds are
north of the new gymnasium, adjoining the
college, the back campus of which It be
comes a part. The land la a Mock and a
half long and a block wide. The purchase
was made possible by a Kif t of 13,000 for
thst purpose, made last December, which
waa unannounced until tonight. The pur
chase includes lots held by seven separate
owners and several other gifts were neces
sarv before the deal was completed. Judge
Bartlett Tripp gave $300. The total value
of the property Is 14,350. It will be Im
proved at once.
STATE AMATEUR SHOOTERS
J. M. Hngbaa Makes Hlgb Average, It.
G. Taylor Second, William
HASTINGS, Neb., Feb. H. (Special Tele
gram.) The amateur shooters of Nebraska
are holding a two days' shooting tourna
ment at the club grounds, lust north of
Hastings. The tournament Is largely at
tended by some of the best ehcotere In the
state. There also are some prominent
shooters from surrounding states partici
pating In the tournament. The best scores
made today were by J. M. Hughes of Pal
myra, Wis., who made the high average
score of 9fV per cent: H. G. Tsylor of
Meckllng, S. D., second, with 93; William
Veach of Falls City, Neb.. 82V,: M. Dlefen
derfer of Wood River. Neb., si1,, and D.
Morrill of South Omaha, 0.
Rare In the Mod.
CHARLESTON. 8. C, Feb. 21.-Raelng
here waa handicapped today by rain and a
muddy track. Keaults:
First race, five furlongs: Pataatc won.
Trilby Nelson second. Can Robert third.
Second race, four and a half furlongs:
Bachlen won, Jennie Zeay second. Mill
Stream third. Time: 1:00.
Third race, one mile: Tom Curt won.
Handcuff second, Hurena third. Time: 1:45.
Fourth race, six furlongs: I'rosgrave won.
Queen L. second. Cathedral third. Time:
Fifth race, five and a half furlongs:
Ordeal won, Butee second, Chlnooka third.
Hoax City Defeats Yaakton.
YANKTON. 8. D., Feb. 21. (Special Tele
gram.) The Sioux City basket ball Mm
beat Yankton college tn the new gym
nasium tonight, 24 to U.
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