Iola Daily Register And Evening News from Iola, Kansas on October 10, 1908 · Page 3
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THE lOLl DIHT IK THE HONOR tiST LUt of Pupils Who Made Uood Pro- jreas in Studies First Mpmh. B J I OW is given a list of those pupils III tlif lola scJjools who have received hoiioraUie mention for pro- ?res|s ina'Jp In their studies during li'e ifirsi month of school: Jefferson. s.WHaz. I Watson. Ruth Gillespie. ^li —Violet 'Hutcninson. , 7.\—Mabel Marinont. TB —Ella ^lorrlson. •..WAleea Kllett. -;B -Alice Abel. Bertha J/artlev B ~Aiina Pn;nf'!>, A—Ctpal r:ill,'sple B— iJoo il irlo.-K K— (Ttiffonl BoAtI B~ A-]niiv,l r .riv B-iHel.n l.oi:;in. A— Coeil Bnnvi). ... . •"• B-]l'lov.'nC>' -SliifliMil Lincoln. .\—l^!K<w :u -.l l>:\\is B--iB<'n!lv.' .Sh.'iM'. (:A-tM;n:;:ivot Alien. .\— K:itl;i rill.' T\>.;ionl>eri;er n -I.o.v .<li!hvel). \ —l^:rf:i!il'' .nuni' ;B —flenrue Van Mete; H. I-n (.'reeii iB—\!iee Cr.uu A—f^!.lne\ r.uy llB~S*rei!eviek Viiii;iiei McKinley- A—jU^iialil Travis. .B—H. sier Oob'e. Merle •\—.Inco.b Kor ?1iar !i. B—fTva Orear. .•I SATCTDAY ^mroC ^j^^gB k • HOB. . . Now on display in the our pleasure to show. Ta waists button trimmed, and insertion trimmed pr i^idi. Baud I'ereaie^ ..'i iiifli';.'< wi ^^ji'v and rod, the very I'e.-t "f fahriet^ »ar.l • U • I"aue.\ Ssriiud ^Ide Band ^^uiiuii: Uriivvii aiul lilaeU >tviiic> and lionler l'aue> I'riiuetl l>re>s S.itiUe-, the eelei^ lin>« ii. lilui^ aii>l Mack «itli w ;:0 ie.eKos wide; [e.-jeo i >vv >.\vd ) I I Noirth Window. The richest collection of new waists it has been fetias, MessalineSt Netb. Liberties. Lingerie and Linens.^. neat tailored fancy 'Nets lace trinkmed and dainty Messalines and jLib^rties lace iced at........... ....St»60^SiaM i\ colors liplit and dark bluv. for ^ehli^d dreh~o>. I 'ricc iM?r IOC eafcouV latest for lnm>e Presses- i!e sirijies and allo\er i«morns. iVif Staiidaril Qualitx I'llUiw i.'ase lienmuid; s\iveial I 'Vire. eaeli .. HaiVe 'V, iA—^I.uln Iioivn^ IB—hake Lv- L\—itrtli'ir :B —illanile Wright \—J -"r.?ildi-" Be.-^s. 1 B-rAliiie Ktiowl-s • Garfield. f.A—.^iiiy .Nlldert^oit. O H —Helt-n Morrison. KIsie (.'iuircli a'jnrt Miirrill Vowell. Ktie! Seymour. 5^— Ipunice Mitchell ( \—Ncl'ie Tliomiisoii tB—Ehoda Sharji, :!\—Pearl MrPher.^on ;Uark .«:harp 2A—Charlotte Sleeper 2R^'^Iar^uerite' Lip<.-. , Was*iingtoii. 7.1—ttlla Leen. 7K—Tl.>bs). Kobevtfon Kditii I'toiicnan '•.fl—Eva Hall ri.l-=tr1a Al'ra«;£ .-.B—.^'laro BroBiifie!'! (K—(Slady.- l.;a;y <in •IB—TteJJir:.' Kvniis —.warcari t Zy;-rco\vsk'i 3B— -Marien fli.isseorl:. Biitii Bryant. -t rinistler. ';Fi -->!yrTle ^troup lA --^^arjori•• .;5Dii 'li iri—Lpoy D'-ek. j • Bassetl, 44—Virsil Kv-nis >'iU:- Bond juiuia Keuisl'ert (tlul Baker •IB—V se> •u- fl.'l Sea ri ^v bn "S .1 M tiv 'ir •U 'h Wo sav ha>l V Oy ^l2^!=h:p''• Oysters a:o .\ <l:<h tV a Kia.: I! e> a lt '.ivi<> ili.i; .•;e.';r<' 111.- ji;- \l"oii l;i!l^ltalll> In j;reen. I. M-IUMI • iua'.iiy iiitis-,!;;"!!'.--. woiiii ti.'i*-; our i; • K.KIra Unalllv .rnldeaehed M'uiti } anl <;ood r.Jaiihet.^ ;ii i^i-n. rfj:ii;a|- 'i.'-e • .<!.iiitlaid faiicue-. per :ard I'wi.--. good i|u;ility. paper ...... . i\\ eieam ;:rouiid «ilh Idue, I'lice t>er yard . . . . lHiC •e I:.' and inclios. torn and atid 1> (le tiill width and j'-iyd irii-e i>er \aid . . ,">(; :t!; indies wide. iirj(;«' per .•»<!• laliiy. our price pair .IDt* .If aii'l «f U'oiueirs C'a»liiiiei-e tljove.- in Mad, and eilUir^. prici- pair • -•i.'Jfr \Vi >c >l raiiani.i and Wool Bnllste Ij and bl:icK. M'- inclics wide: price per ;• res.- Cuods in l>!ue. red. hronii i.rd •. 5 (»C ICxtra (Juality Satiu iu iilaiii colorji t>T-faijc) lierrinsbonc neavc.-; aidies wide, wear guaranteed: pricll'j .M >ro.a,rd SSl.OO Kiiie Qualiiy rami Velvets laii. srey. preen, [red. I^lack and whitp biiiialde for dresses or irinmiiii!;: price | MT van) 1 )!I ].(M) .New l'er^;an Hills.* Tor WuialK and Vc.-ts. wlors red and sreen. price jier yard .. .. Spats ii> iiialeli your dre .^.s colors blue, hrouu. s and UUuk: I'rlced ai pair . ecu. red. t:rej G,"ir Black Spats at . 7*f TO sSl.iKl Bal'}V Knit Bo.,iee.- in all «olor.~. price jiair f<i. tUl *i5 und .Idc i lUibjies' i«oft Sole Slioei- in all i-oiors. size .s i) to tj: priced at per pail Sol and Cood Unafii;- Inirrain ffugs size '.*x\'2 feet, worth ITi'-e J Spei-ial llitUeriek l•'a^llion —Tl :e new »:n'<.r niitnlirr is jii.sl out. price "r.c, with a eoiitioii jitiached inakiniJ the book cost jou' . .\.......... H)^ Kabo Cors -t.s have no brass eye'el.s. ilie new fajll and winter sly es fn louK liip> and hi.ch i.'iist are now here, the ilirectoire style, the ni-ue>t coriet made lout: hip.-, back and abdomen, cored high buFt. lae.. iriiiitued ivitli hose snpiiorieri attached: price . L $tS .50 Other lv:ibo CiJi^et,, at $1 UM ) lo iit.KtH) Ue are aislo afiirii.: for I-i Victoirc. Nemo and Tlionip...on Clove Kitiins Corsets'; i-rice Si«lLO<» to ifili.ot} Ladic.-' .Mii.liii Gowtis. eiiibioid< ry trimmed: special piice, each -l.Jc f -.1<lie.s AViiiter W'eighi Kiiif Ve.-«'s and I'rawera an extra quality. Ujfe FOR FALL FESTIVAL !.in !!li' siei ^ 1 r ! ,•-,.! 11,. ,i: • !i;uh.'i •'ill •-;:-(•' But S. •cr.- wniite Sf a ant Brdtl) IN -.1 :u lei; ;t »> .1 * ,li • is il-e ..;;.v N >.i it.' I nie o.\ ' < >x .~'et ^ iliree; lioiii i!i.' i:!i' siee eien.iiu- n! i!ie "e<,i!ilaili. i > ;,v ::;e;l!nd i,>l' sliip le r;r:;\l. dls'.nie. sMitd, lliil- i<'e of "Se;!'i ;,e li'ii >s, siti' . t 111. \ .(i-i ii:t; ^1 :." -o nHH .ii !;'r- •.;i't • Oystii? ale tio;.- tliiiii any i.>'siers yon -'ver n wili .luree ti. ihis aft'r ymi (lie tried thetii. lioiv ic!iipriiiL-!,v • S(a!slii |i?" ari-. (lispia .V ''d . in the Biiii. •rir Iiiiii Case liearins the Bine ill''" Trndi- Mark—your unm- pUVil'. ar.<l CXe^» ieiiet-. — Piyei '.I'll, lliiize. TiijVinr B Cclcbt«lioi>.- Bemji PMnncd jfor Sjint* Day" jind U»u>il "pete ParAphcritAlia i» (Heris. •All LOCAL •T Willi Syn Tr the teri pre wit In Ipht the j for 111.' 1 the nive lol for. tof^ at the Svnod to Preac'-' •cjla Churcl''es Tomorrow. le triurc!i«'s uf lola and l^e j sut>i>lic"i liy nieisilipri; id ^s follows:: t]Y> ntorninp the nio<l'.'r*tor o .^•yiiod will preaeli at the I'n'sl.y- 111 j-hui'li ati.'i in the eve-nini; a lit ;?oi<nl:ir niei^iiiir will Ii.> h.dd [ ailcir.'ss. (! hy Dr. 'i:. j'. imo. M K . l>r. Frank MeKean ii'H.ii iiii.j Rev. Mr. Miles pin:: TM.^c.pl.-.. K'v. .1 M. Todd and Bev. K. C > iiing. Rev. Or K. V. .Mr. till Hiie ev>t fun in ill t lob 1 the the 1 Clin U ton I- .I;!rv IlIMS Bas4'' R' V. ve .l ia fO! !;oon • in ihr n Bja; flOOIl M 'i- ins:. • a \l. I! . i:. looili ;ir 1 K lie '!"ven!tr.; icinity of the HiJI. iti Worrall In the N'oiris in the \' Mr. v n Covert in the .\. Mids'lious'^r for '\ I.' :i «'r Mai: n t Ma' s h Dr. Brack 'Mi in v .\. in I 'forni.d Ri'i ii^ioM aii'l K rlnity. .M K.. It. |ie lilt' fol'elHHlll pe M E.. Dl. .1. le ler 'HOop p. I 'l-esby t« rlan. l >r the toreiioou. Kev 11 •|"ioii;:h the oecusioii Is full lliroe wiekv III i !,e future soin'/ prepaniilon Is air. ;ul> 1 l>eiiii; tnade To.- the espee. ia! ee'.elM ativ>i\ ot 'hat |>rankish holi- d .M. I):i!lt>" .'ti or Malloxx fen.-as jl 1 .(il. ,' ill latter da>s. tl.iiie.'. '. II ,is a M «r of uiMluci'.l ii: -litutioii. brought do»n froiu ages p.i.-^t as -AW Saints Day" has devel oped from a ritualistic celebratloa in whir!) the lifehting of households hy lionhres foriaied an important part, to a weird c*rousaI with peculiar dis- :,-iii .se .s. accompaiiied by pranks of a nmre or less heroic nature. 4n these ilays. Hallowe'en iiranUs fiT .'<iueiilly '•nd witlr a session iu police court. Hilt more cenenilly the oeeasion is celebrated with "ghosi parties" with 5Uel! mild pranks a-- hiding the neighbors' front gale, and overturuinj a loose sectioii of sidewalk iiiterpol- a'fd. I I .n preparation for these events, lola dealers arc receiving their iis- iisiial i-easonable orderis for masks 9nd like paraphernalia. J Tlitde con- sisnnients ar.^ being rapidly dUpos- • 1 of to those wko ai;^^ -planning to have a fireat time on ^fallowe'en, the liv.s' of. November. / i' (If hue ears.- ii .owever.; jieopje who •is.ii II) loh -rate tialiowe'eh pranks as ;t son of iieei -ssary •evil, have grown h'l -til'- toward -thee., winter festival diii'oiist rat ions and as a rule, a few ••\ira Jiiitridnieii walk city beat-s t" ' .se.- that prop.-rty i .*i not niolefitod .ind i'hat t!i - prank pl.i.ieis do not disturb [ tile pi ac Howe\er. in -jpite of ill'' tendency /o ti-liteii lip the resuliitioiis relative j ti .i tie eelehratiDn of irallow ^i 'en. ; .Mii ;^4 lola doubtless succeed Iti j l.reakln-.; ibr.iimh the Kuard line to tlie exti III that the evening may lie properly (ibservi'd and that the usual eoiH'loiiii'ration yf buciries. liox<'ii. bar, !•• Is. etc... \\tlli be fnund in the streelB the niorniris .-ifter. Abou of us. what no ria •O I 'e Mt>:iUay eveiiiiig Chits. .MurrUt^ii Mild -Q, teajDs »t muU-? I 'l .KAS.VNT VALI.KY. Win Band oi jola is at hts favtii ihiMJof Mmau week. ! ^'''•'^'•''=" Kobisoii. iif hluiiKuid. is sowijiK I k In mir dIs a CI HI pie of to Smith und Sui)H>k. doiiiK rid. iome lottd wheal on the l>a\ls farm. ! Mr. and .Mrs.i t'ov went lo ibe t.» your buying a Piano We sell • no-tiling but ^ guaranteed^ You run Rob Jeff llolllnusworth l.s batdiinc as i Harp.- fair un T his wife is visitin»: at Clay Center.• .Mr. and Mrs hursday. ra ivirj^rni uf lutM Ka>, visited III the <i»iuniry on Sunday hlckelis brothers and Skinner shij" j lien Itiirford tind .1. Kdmolids $oId ped hoi:s and cattle lo Kansas Cnj.hons in loU Ihi^ week. ihN week. 1 — ' r The road snp«rvisor of t-arhle lounl To »nd From Parsons, .-hip Is «orkin>.- In thit vicinity. Cyrus Ov^-rman Is visHins his bro- Mi SnuM -t and wife are visitini; ml'lieral lola. * Some Good ^argmlnm Thim Week lis Piano House H N. WaeliiugtoiJ j (•'ililllait' Stanton i *' Temple Robl V. Am niK SIFFKHEK-'S: Ui> ^^M^ hnuw fheif Kact*.' mith" • \eti\n'-' e i.t plies is Interual- eiri-'ilalioii in this lower H'jimhoI'Jt I'r. st'vterian. Rev - tt V, Butider?' er.apei, ourfi, aVl Little I'.' JI. H" C-jIhertson. tiiv vision Sujjerinter H j WM.bl divisi ndent Here. isiou sui>erinieii of ill'' .Mi.-^souri Pacific Railwa} «a!! iti '/:e cit.»^ yesteida." tliOrt but^iiiess visit. ' Is Vtsltinp Here. Robinsoa. of Slloam Springs. IS teref visjtinp at the home of Mngsliore. He w ill remain i and atteaa the bi^ republican tieit Tuesday. rile r .iu. • ,><lili:gl?h liniv.'l l'ile> e ,iii;> I'.- iliiin .iii .'lily eurid o'i'viaid tieatliielil iliterii :il ri 'im dy is needed to i -iie the i -aiise. .s:. iid for our l «Miklet. •'Mow files C .HI lie Cured by liUernal .Medicine." Ill talk .v^th Chas. Ii. Spelicer & Co.. v.iiu s, ;;.s Dr. 1^ "iiiiaidt'.s Mi'm-Rofrt at Jl per -liotii.'. and -uar-^'iitees it to <:ur»' D: Lecnhard! C'j. Station B Buffalo. N. V. For Best nud Quickest BexoltH I'c* {the KegiKter'ii Want Colnmns. IT IS SIAIW MOKh. I> l'utthl^' lion II TuMiH ui F(. SioMi j Tl;.' ft. .Scnti Tril.uiie sa<.-: Mie jiJilfillar forci -s on .\:itional avenue jure tiui (i'in»: lariia on that |M>rtiun [of ilie r adua.\ wliidi has been maead ':imi/.ed lid tip lo tills lino- about a ihyusain feet of tin- mad has Ihii- I been cm -red. I'litliij; on tarvia is indeed a er.» sl '.iw iob. but Ilie work- jliien ar< iiiideislutnlin^' Ilie proees.-. iiuirf ea h daj auilj the reniainder*of the wiirl will probably iiroKress more rtiiildly hall llie (ir.sl distance uf th road wh :\\ \\a.s covered with the prep.•1 rut ion. The S oiie and Coli.struclloii com- (lany i» gahi hauling macadaui to the road 311' 11 »i.'l be scattered on the north en I .of tJie line. The luueadaui lino exi nils well pa.st the half-way mark no , and the work will l;e pushed as ra ddly as possible as Mr. Ilil- llllun w ;i Its to completl- the work In- fctde of nother six' weeks i <r two yiionihs. •' The wij»ik of puitinij down the e.oni- httrb and guiieriun on the d; of the road is'also ^tolni: La Mane and attending the Fa.iniers" went to Coffey Exhibit. jhear Hiiglies s .^Ir; Hub Vandiver is on the SICK lltf. Carrie Burtrii is iisiiing.in Kansas City and takln.u in the ITie.st ot Fa'- (pi,.v,t Publlsh'ed October i:ili8.) ''l.:;i ;r '^Vrkihl..r ami daiiKhter. Le \ ^ SIIl^ll IFF'S S A LE. Ornl. of lola. itpent ifnuday at tuc Thu btate of Kansas. Allen touuiy. farm |ss^ 111 the District Coiirt. Thirty- Kiaitilla Strode, of lola. visited al|sexenlh .ludicial W.strict. sitiins In • Rev. S. S. Murphy {lie this f morning, to |)eak. He spent the day there and vill retuijn this even ing.—Parsons siin. Berkihisers Hundaj. •}\\ Iv r ^vliei-l. SIo- came oiil and fo. Alien eoiiiit; .iStatle of Kansa'i. j .'^lidlaiid .Saviiig Ay l.oajU CoinpaiiJ. PILLS CCRED AT H08U5 BT >Eff!'-' Plaiutifrs.i v... Oliver b-t.!iiman. ABSORPTION METHOD. e< al.. DefendantpT^ j If you suffer from bleeding, itching. By virtue of an Order of Sale i.ssued Wind or protruding piles send me i^.,^,1^ Thirtv-sevenlh your address, and I MW tell you how - , ,. . , , . , . , , io cure yourself at home by the new <-<"'"• ^'"1 absorption treatment: and •will alBo'Al'eu Ci.ii-ny. State of Kansas, in the t^end some of this home»,treatroent free;above entitled cau.-^e. and lo me direct- fnr trial, wflb references from your ;.j „„j jelivelred. I will on the SevontJi own locality if requested. Immediate , . i , . ,A relief and permanent oure assured. ^'^^J "f -November. A. .D. m^. at 10 Send no money, but tell others of this o'clock A. M.i of .said day. at the south HAVKKI.Y. offer. Write today to Mrs. M. Sum-1door of the Icourt house in the City mers. Box P. South Bend. Ind. jt .f ,„,.^ y^^^ County. State ot Kansas. .^joffer for/sale and sell to the highest 'hiddcr. f/>r cash Iu hand, the following described r'^'al estate, to-wii: \MI Three t::) In.' Block One Hundred and Mcieveu ,(111 >; City of lola. Allen t;(iun- ty. Kansas. Said lands and (eiieinents will be' sold without appraisement to satisfy said Ort^er of Sale. ; C. O. UOLLl.VC.KU. Shijriff of .\llea County. Kansas Miiatiou iionh el ahead tajlisfacrorily., ChateS^ Choc'-datt-t, tiie kiud you have alWays bought at Muudis Diug Store. Ills a beautilu' Passeporttint picture ^jith eacjj pottnd box. Reglst* 'r Wrfht Ada. bring resulu. .Mr. William .Saar fiiil.shed bis deep Ueli. lie diiir two hundred :ind seventy-the lee! 1(1 sheet water. I U'illie Vniiuliii from l^i Ifarpe is h-lpiui: his falh.r in the country,:. .lobii Conner finished sowing wheal thiv week. .\ .Mr. .McVaiiubii will niove on the Mirface place ix-eupied ihis year liy Mr.Selllers. The Dickons brothers and .Mr Seit- ters shl|i|N>d iwii iuads tif hogs and cat- By J. Hl KFIIJU. Deputy Sheriff. Sheriffs Ofllce. lola. Kansas. October IDOS. TVlARRIED f Every woman covets a shapely Bgu re, and many of them deplor: the loss .of their girlish' fcjrms. after marriage. The bsaring of children is often destructive to the mother's shapeliness. AU of this can be avoided by the use of Mother's Frienii before baby comes, as this (liniment prepares the body for the strain upon it, and preserves the,- symmetry pi her form. Mother's Friend makes the danger of childrbinti less, and carries her safely through Ihis critical period. Thousands gratefully tell of the benefit and relief derived from the use of this remedy. Book mailH frw In tll rxivrfatii mothrn. THE BRADFIELD KEGULATOR CO. AiUnta. Ga. lu-j-iu-iT-iu-ue Tbc. C «Mtnictiv« Qefllu •» Oaf Carriad th* Torek et CiTlliMtlaa t* Aatipodea— ^K «d« Icenre Ov Xaatarn Comm «Tel »l tapr«]BW7. Onring tJi* part I MI yearf. under • eoDStrjctlTe Rcvubllean policy, th« United 1 States liaa assbiued a poa!tl<>ii tit tb« Pacific Ocean wrhicb is deatiued to give her th* bulk of the raat com- Bi^rc* of ttie couDtrlea situated on the greatest bod .T of wat^r on tbe globr. 8oae of tbe thinip aerompllsbed by tbe party of enligbteaed freedom «nd patriotism hava t)eeu: The aecurlcg of tb^ open door in Cbiua: tbe preaer- TaiioD oif tba Integrity of tbe Cbine«e 1 ::aipire: the acQuiaitioa of the Philipploe9: tbe eatablisbment of coaling station* serosa- th* Pacific and finally Ilje transfer of tbe American fl<>etof V )at- rleabip* from tbe Attautic to tte Paci- fle to modestly remind tbe Oriental nations that, baTing asanmed tbe position of a world power in tbe Pacific. w» are prepared to maintain it against ait cooler*. AMerlcs!ud Jm9»m la FaelSe. Two warl ha»e caused the whole world to realize that tbe Pacific Ocean (8 to be tke scene of tbe greatest bo- man iictlvltles in the future. Tbe ^ar of the United States with Spain gave us possessions which bring HS within •peaking distance of Asis. and the Rosso-Japanese wsr revealed Japan to tbe world as a powerful and progressive natloo. wbos» fntnre sphere of action would of necessity be within tbe boundaries of tbe ocean separating America from tbe-Orient Taft • CMBtnted -Te Statu: Tbe Honorable WiUiam H. Taft has b^en one of tbe '.-hief adrisers and strongest adrocates of tbe Bepabtican administration policy daring tbls for- matire and historic period. He bas been a pioneer, not only along tbe lines of statecraft, which hare tiad for tbeir object tbe derelopment of our western states, but be has given particnlar at tcntton to tb* sitnatioa in tbe Orient with rrference to t*e future commerce t>etwe*n those, far awsy countries and tbe Pacific coast of America. In bia own Inimitable way andanit !ng a imfque personality with tb* blgb- est aatbority as a dlplotnat, b* pour«|d oil OB tb* troubled watsrs in Jap^n sad cbaaged tb* political storm th*^ raglnv. lato a placid soocblit* of peack. In Cblna b* created soHi entboslasin aa tb* Orientals hav* n*r»r abowa'to any other visitor and left that •mpir* with tbe belief on their part that tli* United State* I* not only ready to en- t*e Into commercial reciprocity, but to still stand aa Cblna's fMead and l»nd tt« Inaimtc* to se* that sb* gets Ju»- tlci» from tbos* who wottld vlolst* ber territorial iotegrlty. Taft a«« en «a«al TfVda. - Id hi* Sbangba) speech, addressing • body of Infiuentlal mercbant*. diplomats and CbinM* government officials. Mr. Taft spoke In part as follows: "Ve do not complain ot loss ot trade that results from tba employment of great enterprise. Ingeanlt^or attention ta the demands of tbe Cblnese market, or tbe greater boaincsa a^mea abown by onr competitor*. We/- woold have tbe right to protest at being secluded froia tbe trade of China by reason of our Insistence of tbe polfey of the Open Door. The acquiescence in this policy of all tbe nations Interested bas been so unhesitating and emphatic that it is bsrdly worth while to specn late npon tbe probable action of tbe United States in case tbe interests jof American merchants are placed in Jeopardy, and bow far the United States would go in the protection of its Chines* trade. I cannot say. It Is clear, however, that our merchaacs are being roused foitbe Importance of the Chi nes* tradf and they would view iritb deep concern any and all political oh stacles which menace tliat expansion. •This feeling Is likely to find espres- slen Is the sctioa of tbe American government. Th* United States and tbe other powers faYor the open door, and if they are wis* tbey will Encourage tbe Empire to tat* long steps In ad- rainistratire and goTeromental 'reform, tbe 'development of'tb* resources of Cbiaa. and the improvement of the wel far* of tb* people. To do this would- add to Cbina 'a streagtb and position •a a seif-respectlng goveraaeat and aid her In preparing to resist possible foreign aggression In tbe seekiag.of undue •»d esdnalv*' proprietary priviteges. Mas as foreign aid viR lie/required to aaforca tbe op«a door and the policy •f sqnal opportnalty for all." Htstarr Maklav Ma »»«Bla «a. Daring recant BepabUcaa administra- tioaa wa karc tioilt up an ea^ort trade witk tha. Far Bast of sooatliing like ilBO.000.000 per year. We ba*« landed aa army aa Chin *B *;t*rrltory. aad have baea drawn wllly-ailly iato the vortex of tb* Far Bastem' qoeatloo. Dorteg tbe pcri*< palleias Hava baa* fo^olatsd arbleh lava compelled tn (a take a feaad ta moswatona negotlatiOBa. W* bava deflnit^T enrolled tbe Far Sai^ amoag tb* ebj*eta of «ar casaierelal and dfplo- •ati* a ^ldtadc. Things have changed micb dnrfag thia (an yesra of B^bll- «aa tal*. fta MM Itatsa has earn* iatoBM^ ai VWUi »iMa ai« yoUt^Kl «a«,i«n«aiieal raspsasthflltlaa aMiIM .|Jrtjkla -alw «Mrt. 91ja .fru|a^- - patfOK lh.iaaA nunnaplan «r. th* Bi^ir nWUIoa. jtM a^paibw rai>og»ftta: aC thf «9ni»« isjifttiw* t» the fhtai^ ot ABWikim tnA*. aC tt* «p« iaar. tha ratllsati*^ thajU fdth tka ;exo^»«a« .4f Japaa. aa; eooatir ia ao well sitnaM as th* Vana« sutsa, lidnstriaily' aic geographM^, to iiiita the aseat aaA th #-best of the der ^opBCQt of Ollna. These and other' arents hav* trans-. fOrned AaierlcaB indlfferene* to th* fortnnes of the Far East Into a real, llT*. tinglinc and Tlgnaat eoacern. It did not aecd th* Oilnea* boycott of Americas goods; or.thaon^braak of tbe trooMe with Japaa over tbe Inmit- gratlon qneatloo." to ooaTfac* aa Impartial onlooker that America's relatloa* with tb* powers of the Far Bast wonld. before loag:^ be more immediate. «r greater atonient and possib |br of greater basard than nor relatioBa- with a* powera of Europ*. The American Beet baa foreshadowed the ayatematic assertion of American power In tbe Paejfic. American Interests in that, ocean, com- mefrial. >oLltical and terrIt(M-l9l. I »av* b*CB neglected far too long- Mr. Taft is in a sense the father of tbe Pbilippinett. It has been bis kindly, constnietivp -<!tatesnian's {hand that evolved order o«i of their orlgtiul cbaos. In bis report snbmltted to CO B- gre»», as a result ot bis vlilt to 14* Phltipplnes to be present st' the opening of tbPir first .Assembly, be mad* fonr recommendations.' First—aetion by Goa- grers admitting to tbe United 6u4» Pbinpplne products under such condl- tlon.^ fbat tbey would not Interfer* with American tobacco and sogar ia- diu>tries.- second, the removal of r*- striction.* 98 to acquiring mining-^alms and lands: third, further leglslattop antborising tbe government to carry on »n agrlenltorai bank, which Is now^ authorized only as a private enterprise; fourth, tbe repeal of tbe la-^ a|H>IyIag to the Islands tbe coastwise laws of tbe United States. PUIoM»br •( D«vel*»ai*at. . Onr nation baa grown by obeying ttia Instint of development We are to^dly entitled to b* called Greater Aoarlea. bnt that greatness will be lost it: i^a forget tb* political philosophy wh4* bas mad* ns great—expansion of ictUB- tcan tboogbt. territory, mccbanicai skio. ctvlliaition and pbilosopby. Tbia-bi .lht ansplcioas time for tbe creation and 4ft- velopment of oar export trade. Tlie qi- explored and undeveloped markets of Asia furnish the opportunity. " A II otlier fields have been occnpied. and to i^tempt tb wrest them from other Batlo|yi would be of doubtfDl expMi«»ct. •:U tbe Orient the commercial 'p«iaall ^1ltlia •xceed tb* dreams of ttie opUaist. Ara the -American .paopl%' riady ' t» abandon aiich a aitaatkw aad l^av* Jt to tbe mercy of tb* Owmocratle l^r^ with Its faihu* or attr nvfk lodUac at ua from tba paat? t TRB lOTnra msnnKLXQAJi. In a bnalncaa staaa the mat .vaMia who bar* com* fbrwatd sine* IMM liAta more at stake than any othtt; dalkili rendering a right dedaloa. Thtif..te> tire lives ar« ahead. Th«y luiT*iii«f* .vears to live, aad ara~n«*r laylii«^)l^ foundations ot their bnslaaaa dlNini. Xatlonal poltciea and condlttaoa Ati^it th* higbeat eonsequenc* to '^«a: baps tbey are fannert. If fiyUt ask tbe older generation how'fil—^ fared under tbe last Demoera^e i^^> istration. Let them take Itha aibrftk reports of to-day aad coiitpara. tftA! with tbe prices that prevailed whcti ijl. Bryan made bis cmsade foir-fMa aUifir and burled deflanc* *XVT^9li^'<bmi- land because be stood by| \ the. standard. At the same tint* Biyaa"^- nounced the RepabUcan party CM Us protectionist as well as soiiM nRttly position. Perhaps the flrai Tatar is to engage In manofactnrtaig «r miAlui, wage-earner or otherwise. \ Etaa* Hk waat his .American rate of| wages' and tbe Indnstrr he efaooses reaMnablr. protected against foreign eaaqjiatlfloaT it be does Mr. Bryaa'a leadatahip. ihil take bim in tba opposite dlzectiaa.^ Sti Louis Olobe-Democrat. Tfc« Tia« •! rv»pa»tiy. The tide of proqierity naay ebb aail' flow, bnt tbe great wavea oC'ladQiksUl wealth will continae to'-gngbria^a^- nme with ever-Increasing eosStefri bapplneas to our contentedj * will soon number ItX^t causa of onr Intdligmit -j- labor, made ao hacaaMr^atjMl| aad good living, wa ahall- fahrica aad bnUd atra —i'r .l.., that la spite of tbsir hi^Hir^eaaC^i*^* beginniBg wiU b* cbeap«'^lBSB(B'^d aad WiU bo wanted by thaftfg<#I^-'la every corner of if he eutii.' "llktliat- we shall captare th* aarkedi ^;i|e^j»«rfd in greater ToZnae* fritfcoM.eifer'aaccf- flelng onr home astfiifc^.'tha fbaadatlciB of onr aatloaal {waalth ik»| Hon. Jaaua 8. BhenMUb Henry Qaaaairt^ JDarla. wh* was defeated with Fatkecl few years ago, i* wiser aa wril as •Ider. Bfft mj* h* aaca no \oitm for tt*' Daoocra^. a»l thiaka Vazkar fa a^ate waattn'g *ain- aU* tisM ia BMklaf sp-—It Kaaia GIoha-OaMcmt. It hi iataiaatfi^t* aata to how grant an extent Oflfranor Xagbsa «aife- maattag tha aaiymtiaf OeaMcrafa 1* Kew Tone Sta«*.-.8KlBgfldd B«^- stsal Mfc -1 •^5 w*§.t*

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