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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 5 April 1899

Devoted to me Dr Interests or the Home, the Shop And the Eton Eleventh Year, No. 14. OFFICIAL STATE PAPER. 1 YEAR. TOPEKA, KANSAS, APRIL 5, 1899. EVERY WEDNESDAY. fKlCK F1VK CKNT4. Politics and Public Education. The Work of the Agricultural College Halted While the Gang is Being Fed. CIVIL SERVICE AT MANHATTAN. The political foot ball struggle is on at the Kansas state Agricultural College, Governor Stanley has suspended Regents Limbocker and Hoffman on tecnical charg es filed by II. A. Perkins, editor of the Manhattan Nationalist. Of course Mr. Per kins does not deny that his work is purely political an opening to give the Governor a chance to "take care of Riley County.' On their merits the charges are extremely flimsy, but they are a necessary part of the program which is to be carried out. When the regents met at Manhattan Wednesday for their regular meeting, Re gents Lunbooker-and Hoirman received tel egrams from Governor Stanley informing them of their suspension. They were fu...

Publication Title: Advocate And News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 5 April 1899

AfKlL 5, 2 THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. I A Simple and Inexpensive Remedy. 5 v 5 Direct Legislation a Way Out of th Cojshm and Corruption Which Hakes J Representative Government So Imperfect. t legislate on the subject, although the as i' ' ' ' , , "'J ''''" Prof. W. H. II. Lccky, Conservative mem ber of Parliament, author of "Democracy and Liberty," "History of European Mor als," etc.: "The referendum would have the im mense advantage of disentangling Issues, separating one great question from the many minor questions with which it may be mixed. Confused or blen ded issues are among the great eHt political dan gers of our time. It would bring into action the opinion of the great silent class es of the commu nity and reduce to their true pro portions many movements to which party combinations or noisy agita tion have given a fictitious prominence. The experience of Switzerland and America show that when the referendum takes root in a country, it takes political questions, to an immense de...

Publication Title: Advocate And News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 5 April 1899

THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. 1809. J. Alien Smith, Professor of ITiatory and Political Science, University of Washing-ton: "Our experience of :;."l!-: over one hundred years has demon strated tbat en elaborate system of constitutional checks upon pub lie opinion can not make the government bet ter than the peo ple, but may make it a great deal worse. Unless the people have a di rect and effective control over every exercise of gov ernmental power there is no safe guard against corruption and class rule. I am in favor of direct legisla tion, because it would put the law-making power in the hands of the people them selves and thus remove a potent cause of corruption." William J. Soelye; Professor of Greek, University of Wooster, Wooster, Ohio: "Tho watchword of the politician is Un constitutional. Do the people of Iowa or Ohio try to rid themselves of the incubus of the sa loon, the politi cian asserts the prohibitory or lo cal option law to be uncons t i t u tional. Does a community decide...

Publication Title: Advocate And News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 5 April 1899

THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. 4 ATIUL 5, ;iJI;'Jl-V -"r ti.lma'tfiJiiHiit-',"-1"-' f- 'i-'.t;J !' I ' .:,i..Vtt,l.lll.,lLMtlLrJt ...il.lll.l ,1 Hays City is to have an electric light plant. Wellington is to have a new 60,000 bushel elevator. The Saline County fair will l held at Salina, September 25 to 29. The Manhattan Republic is preparing to furnish tho town a daily paper. O. W. Toothuker has been appointed loeal oil inspector for Wyandotte County. G. II. Roberts l8 been appointed commis sioner of deeds for Kansas at Kansas City, Mo. L. C. Boyle and W. V. Dillard will form a partnership and open a law office at Kan sas City. W. J. Krehbiehl has sold the Newton Re publican and Kansas Volksblatt to the Newton Kanaan. The Lawrence Gazette and Jeffersonian have been consolidated under the editorship of Ed Martindale. The Ancient Order of United Workmen added 1,103 members to its ranks in Kan huh during March. The Santa Fe road will build a locomo tive erecting shop costing $150,000 at the T...

Publication Title: Advocate And News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 5 April 1899

1899. THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. 6 been supplied with a piece of the tail of an other animal. It was tied with a piece of a cotton rag. Emporia Times: The people of Amer icus have under consideration a proposition to put in a skimming station there. I'lie plan as stated in the "Greeting"' requires the expenditure of about $1,000. The creamery company there propose to rent the plant for a term of three years and pay 10 cents for each thousand pounds of milk used. It would require three thousand pounds a day to make the investment pay. Easton Light: According to some of our exchanges, Webb McXall is a bad man, guilty of anything but kindness to the wid ows and orphans. If Webb has wilfully vio lated the laws of the state for his own pe cuniary benefit, he should be dealt with in accordance with the broken command ments; but without reference to party poli tics, we would like to give him credit for the good he has done for the tax-payers. Lane County Journal: People who have to buy barb wi...

Publication Title: Advocate And News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 5 April 1899

0 THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. APRIL 5, Practical rami Notes g From Actual Experience. $ "Agriculturt is the (lost Healthful, IKost Uuful, and Mast Nobla Employment of Kan." ft m ueorge w&snington. Milk nflf for lluttcr Fut. Anything that disturbs a cow tends to reduce the per cent of fat in the milk; especially is this true if the disturbance is at the time of milking. I will guarantee that, by milking an animal, I can alTcct the per cent ol lat more man me most, expert feeder can by feeding, and I will milk dry every time, but will milk as I please. Dr. 8. Al. Uabcock. Mm; Hatch nff. We have an a rule had the best results from eggs put in the machine during the month of May. After mild weather has come the fowls get vigorous, active, and healthy, and this is necessary to have fer tility in the eggs. We do not take time or trouble to test the eggs, as the infertile egg cannot be detected until it has been In the machine several days, and then if taken out it would leave too much spac...

Publication Title: Advocate And News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 5 April 1899

THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. 1809. 7 FATTENING ARTIFICIALLY. gome of the Method of StufBn Poultry With Food In France. It is in France where the gastronomic art ia carried to the highest point that artificial methods of fattening poultry to meet epicurean tastes have been most developed. The ordinary method 8 to shut the birds in a shed the floor if which is thickly covered with straw, with troughs for food and water round the sides. The birds are free to move about, but they are close enough to gether to cause an appreciable rise in the temperature of the place. They are fed with Bubstances which are ensily digested, so that the stomach is spared aa much work as possible. To give them an appetite their food ia varied consid erably, and they are allowed nothing but salt water to drink. Three times a day bolujea are administered in the FEEDING A GOOSE THROUGH A FUNNEL. form of long sticks of forcemeat, which are pushed down the gullet of the fowl. Immediately after each meal the bird is ma...

Publication Title: Advocate And News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 5 April 1899

THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. 8 AfRIL 5, THE ADVOCATE fob AMn MHAC SHOP IK HOME A W I N L V V J AND f AW OFFICIAL FAI'EB OF THE STATE OF KANSAS. PsbHskd Every Wedntiday, at Topelu, Kansas. GEO. B. HARRISON & CO., Editors and Proprixi'oiis. Subnerlptlon Ratai: One copy one year by nail, $1. In clul$ of ten or more, by mall, on war, 75 cent eacn. The advertMna rait of The Advocate and Newt are low. EMtnaUn will he made and pricet fur nished on application. No extra charye for cut, etc. The pulillnhert rrmrve tlie right to reject any objcctlonaltle atlvertbinu. The reaiiert of thu paper may comUler any advertisement which ap pear! herein oh reorcxcntlnv a firm whim reliabil ity can be vour.heil for by the publisher. The Advocate won established in WO, and wot consolUlalul with The Kama Newt in 1H'K. The Advocate and Newt is the official State paper, and hat a UxTQrr circulation than any oilier Kansas weekly which receive advertisements. For information regarding tubscriptlont and advertis...

Publication Title: Advocate And News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 5 April 1899

THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. 1800. pJr c iM ft CURRENT DISCUSSION THE INSUFFICIENCY OF LEGISLA TIVE BODIES. "Equal immunities and justice." First As sembly in America, Jamestown, July ilu, lill'J. Perhaps not the least appalling misfor tune of the republic, as viewed by one on the stage, is that phase of our present sys tem outlined in the title of this article. So many, indeed, are the defects, and so utterly insufficient to keep step with modern de mands for progress are legislative bodies, that the writer is scarcely with justice to its demerits able to satisfy himself, much less a thoughtful public, as to the best points of attack. He will ' endeavor to classify some of his reasons, which are based on facts and experience. First: The system contracts large vola tile bodies, into small, unnatural and dan gerous ones. Second: The incompetence and inconsis tency of voters and the perfidy of machine politicians. Third: Short terms and low salaries in vite mostly incompetents or speculator...

Publication Title: Advocate And News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 5 April 1899

10 THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. APRIL 5, 1 A CONNECTION BY MARRIAGE. it RV FffAWfK IIVINHTflN W " - ' " J lCopyrllt, 1899, by the Author. I was qnite eurprised whon I found that there was a lady of my own name living in the same block with me. The name Cadwallader was not a very com mon one, and it seemed to me rather remarkable that another Mrs. Cadwal lnder should take a honse in the same row mine was in. I was Mrs. Dorothy and she was Mrs. Lydia Cadwallader, bnt I was always getting her letters, and she was always getting mine. At this time I had been I profer to eay a widow for over five years. To tell the exact tmth, I had been divorced from my husband, Mr. Iliram Cadwal lader, for that length of time. When I married him, he was a widower with two little children. We did not get along together at all. My husband was exacting, jealous, high tempered and several other things. After two years of married life I left him, took a trip west and returned a freo woman. One day a small package...

Publication Title: Advocate And News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 5 April 1899

11 1853. THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. tiBtonnaou at hia coolneaa. What aplomb the man had to talk about marrying in April when he was raging inwardly because we had both thrown him over 1" "Yes, if he had only shown hia cha grin I" said Lydia. "This ia where he epoiled our fun. Dottie, do you think there can be anything in what he said?" "Certainly not." There was, though. About April 15 both Lydia and I received cards, ad dressed in Iliraui's writing, to the wed ding of Mr. Hiram Cadwallader and Miss Amelia Linck. She was the daugh ter of a wealthy brewer in Brooklyn, and we found afterward that ho had courted her and married her all within the space of six weeks. Lydia and I are still friends, but there ia one name we never mention it is that of Hiram Cadwallader. 2 PUBLIC OPINION. : Wichita Beacon : If Dewey doesn't write a book, his fame will be secure forever. Pratt Union: The Vice President of the United States lias not been entirely forgot ten. We saw his name in one paper this Mee...

Publication Title: Advocate And News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 5 April 1899

12 THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. APRIL 5, THIS WEEK'S MARKETS. Kaiu as City Grata. Kansaa City, April 4, 1899. In fttore Wheat, 718,200 bushels; corn, 520,000 bushels; oats, 9,100 bushels; rye, 17,000 bushels. WHEAT. Receipts the past 48 hours. .78,000 bushels Receipts the same time last year ; 41,000 bushels Shipments the post 48 hours.,18,850 bushels Shipments same time last year 22,750 bushels There waa more in yesterday than for some time and a draggy and lower market. Speculation was light and futures in Chi cago were off sharply, hence the buyers of cash here wanted lower prices and did much picking around. But in a quiet way the bulk of the offerings were disposed of by the close at a decline of (3jlc. No. 2 hard sold at "ydiHc over test; No. 3 hard, 7(8c over; No. 4 hard, 7(3 10c over. The close, however, was weak at these prices. The fu ture market as well as the cash, was bear ish. May opened the day at 07 c, sold down to (dc and closed at this, the low point of the day, a declin...

Publication Title: Advocate And News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 5 April 1899

13 1800. THE ADYOCATE AND NEWS. A Daring Enalga. Ensign II. II Word ia the daring young naval officer who won distinction by his work aa a secret service man in Epain. In plain words, Ensign Ward ,.8 'A ENSIGN H. H. WARD. acted as a spy, and this was one of the few instances where the name carries honor with it. At the hourly risk of hia neck Ensign Ward went into the heart of the enemy's country and secured in formation which was very much needed. HnvHiia'n Chief of Folic. People who do not know John W. McCullagh, the man who has been sent down to Havana to organize a police force there, may imagine that he has nil Mm mm ': rAmklWuA mmm lips JOHN W. M'CULLAGH. undertaken too big a contract, but New Yorkers who do know McCullagh be lieve him to be the right man in the right place. He has had just the kind of experience which fits a man to grap ple with situations of this kind. He was on the New York police force for 28 years, beginning as a humble patrol man and ending as chief. A C...

Publication Title: Advocate And News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 5 April 1899

14 THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. APRIL 5, gUOW IT CAME. The rose was as fair as the Illy white, Yet hIio sad I y drooped on her stern, ThouRh all would declare That her beauty was ruro And they called her a priceless gem. "Ah me!" she sighed as she swayed In the wind, " 'Tls a lonely life that I lead; I would rather some knight Would tthnrten my plight Be he como from mountain or mead." Just then Sir Breeze whispered soft In hear ear, "My lovo you are fair," mild he. You are I'urlty'H self, And were I an elf, Your lover I'd surely be. And the fair rose trembled she almost blushed, Then she felt the bitter tears start, For her lover had lied; In the pardon led Next morn wasableedlni? heart. A. McAdam Pakkhdrht. Wichita, Kans. I Reading for the Young Folks. j j BY MABLE DICCS. g; reading, but it really is essential that we know something of what is happening in the great world, even if we are only chil dren, and there is surely no better time than the present for the study of passing events,...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 5 April 1899

(1SW. 16 THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. Cftl FOR 7 d THE WOMEN ' OF - THE FAMILY i y The Undying Principle. Harriot I'reHCOtt BuofTord, In Harper's Biuar. Many of the passing generation, forget ting the in-lestructibility and power of the maternal principle, have foretold sad re sults from tho way in which women are asserting themselves asserting themselves not so much through consciousness or de termination as through the impossibility of the further repression of natures in formed from the beginning with a sovereign force. We have been told by science that when tho first cell swam out into the sea, a living organism, it was undoubtedly the 'maternal principle, from which has since been boin all the sons of God and the daughters of men. It follows that nothing in the nat ural inheritance of the race is so strong as this maternal principle. We see it de clare itself in the earliest aspect of the in dividual; we see it not only in the child's first play, but in moments of exigency as when a ...

Publication Title: Advocate And News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 5 April 1899

THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. 16 APRIL 5, 1309. 9CIHIEK is a small amount, but you may have the Advocate and News for that. Write to the publishers that you will take the paper at that rate, to bo paid some time during the year ; and if at any time you don't like it you can stop it at once and settle up. Isn't this installment offer g fair enough t This paper is an Advocate and News for work ers. Look it over, size it up i and send us your name. W23it2i--Yc!ir Mry Vcrk. PEERLESS STEAM LAUNDRY, 11S-114 Weit Eighth St. Telephone 83. ... FAIR WARNING... Order Your Roofing Quick Before wo advance prices, which we will have to do very soon. THE KANSAS CITY ROOFING AND CORRUGATING CO., 416 Delaware St., Kansas City, Mo. February 6, 1899. Mention Advocate and Newa when writing. Our famous "J f vyV'"lae Label llraad." aJJiJivbStil . ready April Kh. Write now and we will tend BTim whonraadyi Priretwlll I !H Tn (Tli M lower man yon inina. ' Omaha or tit. Paul, at deilred. MONTGOMERY WARD i CO., CHIC...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 12 April 1899

mrt i mwmm tir i i - Devoted id me Ber Interests or rite Me, the 5hop nd the farm Eleventh Year, No. 15. TOPEKA, KANSAS, APRIL 12, 1899. flUCK V1VK CKNTS. Proclamation To the Filipinos. American Commission at Manila As sures Natives of This Country's (food Will and Desire to Civilize Them. FULL LIST OF KANSANS KILLED. Matters in the Philippines have been rather quiet the past week, the Ameri cana having suspended hostilities chiefly to give the Filipinos time to digest a procla mation issued by tlte United States Phil ippine commission. This proclamation, which was issued early last week, aasures the Filipinos of the cordial good will and fraternal feeling of the president and peo ple of the United States and asserts that the object which the United States gov ernment, aside from its solemn obligations, has assumed toward the family of nations is the well-being, prosperity and happiness of the Philippine people and their elevation and advancement to a position among the most civiliz...

Publication Title: Advocate And News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 12 April 1899

2 THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. APRIL 12, GOVERNMENT by THE PEOPLE. 5 Direct Legislation The Step Necessary for Its g Restoration. V A- V- ! gome Famona Editor on Direct LeglHlatlon, By Edwin D. Mead, editor the New Eng land Magazine (Boston) : "I believe in direct legislation because it seems to me tlie next step toward making our government what L believe democratic gov ernment will be ultimately, viz., Hornething much nearer the town meeting than any form of represent ative government which we now have. The polit ical philosophers of a century and a half ago be lieved that large republics were im possible, because they believed that an ellicient and united public spirit could not pervade a great state suffi ciently to make republican government in it successful; but small and great are rela tive terms, and the newspaper and the tele graph are making the United States for political purposes smaller than New Eng land was when Washington was elected president. In time all citizens of the r...

Publication Title: Advocate And News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 12 April 1899

.890. 3 THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. V ::'x '' atic opposition. If now and then they have voted under the influence of obvious ill humor with their representatives, they have on the other hand more than once given the agitator clearly to understand that he had no chance with them. The net result has been a treat tranquilizing of public life. When the ballot ha3 pronounced, everybody accepts the result. Those who make the most noise cannot impose on the people as they do in other countries; they are taken for what they are really worth. Adapted to a people fundamentally democratic, like the Swiss, the reterenuum is unquesuonauiy cue of the best forms of government ever attempted. It may bo thought good to modify it in accordance with the sugges' tions of experience, but there can never again be anv question of doing away with it. lion. C. Descurtins, National Councillor (corresponds to United States Senator) President Swiss Catholic Workingmen'i Association, delegate to 1897 International ...

Publication Title: Advocate And News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 12 April 1899

4 APRIL 12, THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. Pittsburg is to bore for gas. April 20 baa been designated as Arbor day. Hutchinson Halt workers want an increase in wages. Hutchinson's musical jubilee will be held May 16-19. Topeka has voted bonds to build a city auditorium. The Democratic editors will meet in Newton to-morrow. Holly is to have a skimming station, which will cost $1,200. Hutchinson has started a lottery to se cure a new opera house. Lincoln elected a "wet" mayor, L. W. Minx, over William Baker. (Jrant Gillett is endeavoring to make a settlement with his creditors. J. T. Fox, heading a "dry" ticket, was elected mayor of Washington. It is said that John Martin is to be re moved as clerk of the Supreme Court. Lawrence Nation, a prominent cattleman of central Kansas, died of npic)idicitis. L. M. Mead was elected mayor of Coun til Grove on an nnti-prohihilion platform. Mrs. Ida Lowe, of Preseott, has been ap pointed matron of the State reform school. The temjerance people of Inora el...

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