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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 26 January 1898

18S3. THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. 13 4a .J..J.iJnJ"I'J-J "f"I"W"I'I"I,,!"t"l' f.f..T..f..t.ltl.T..t. - i iivn n j n n i n r T WHAT THE REFERENDUM WILL DO. I like to sum Ul) a few of the nrohnhle hprinfitfl of f direct legislation by predicting that the initiative and . e i ti reierenuum win 1. Substitute a real non government for an elective aristocracy. t 2. Put a check on cor- rupt legislation. 3. Destroy the lobby it f will no longer bribe legis- 4. lators who cannot deliver 5 the goods. J 4. Open the doors to progress and reiorm. t 5. Simplify elections. t centering each vote on a X single measure instead of J. a conglomerate plattorm i mixed with personal con- 7. si derations respecting a number of candidates. 6. Simplify the law. 7. Aid the enforcement of law. x 8. Save the cost of innu- ; ; merable impotent petitions, abortive investigations, lobby expenses, needless Hon. II. W. Young, in the Star and Kansan. at TsataaTaaTaatr---------------- f.-.f-.ttt..t. ...). t ff. t t yiTTn'n...

Publication Title: Advocate And News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 26 January 1898

14 JANUARY 26. THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. t i i i i) t.,f..ti Ait.iftiili.fiifii1 i "1 il1'11w1iiiHHI11liWW LABOR NEWS.: "I,,I",In,l"I'I",l,I'"I' mmiarr gomfee3 oh the con dition OF LAE02. In the last nombr of tfie American fd nratlotilat I'reMdent Gompfrt of the Amer Jian Federation of Lubor review the lulMtr condition during the tt year and the out look for 180H M followit! The organlzaton of trade unions may be taken aa a safe barometer of the in dustrial development and progre8 of any country. As lung-breathing ani mals cannot live In a vacuum, ho trade unions cannot grow, or even exist, In countries In which Industry 1h unde veloped. Within the pant year the trade Anions affiliated with the American Fed eration of Labor increased nearly 35,000 in membership and together with the "membership of isolated or independent trade unions the Increase has been ' about 50,000. Such an increase could not have occurred unless the Iwage earnera had more readily found em ployment. Taking Into co...

Publication Title: Advocate And News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 26 January 1898

THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. 1888. 16 J..H ! I I'WI'1 11 Mi 111 M i 1 H-MWWM'I HH ji RAILROAD EMPLOYES, jj t..t.,T .T..1 vrn" t, it, t..T..f..T..t..T..tt.itT.it..f iit.if.it i.tiiTnttiitutjjiiTn The Grievance Committees. The longest Besslon held by the Santa Te 0. R. C. and B. of R. T. grievance committees for some time was held dur ing the past few days. The committees have been In conference with Assistant General Superintendent Avery Turner, discussing schedule rules and the con structions placed upon them. Debs doming to Topeka. Eugene V. Debs, President of the So cial Democracy, will be In Topeka Feb ruary 4 to Bpeak under the auspices of the local branch of the Social Democ racy. A hall will be secured, and G. C. Clemens, who has the matter in charge, will arrange for a big meeting. Mr. Debs will come through Kansas on his way HON. KIXJENK V. DEHS. to Colorado. The Social Democrat gives this announcement of his dates: The southern trip of Comrade Debs lias been wonderfully successfu...

Publication Title: Advocate And News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 26 January 1898

10 JANUARY 28, THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. Correspondence. The Position of Dr. E. Benjamin Andrews. Editor Advocate and News: It la a ellghtly impertinent and somewhat graceless task to criticise one of the foremost educators of the country, who has Journeyed some 2,000 miles to give to a Kansas audience the fruit of his best thought and the aid of personal contact. Yet, If the criticism be In no captious spirit, but prompted only by a desire to reach the real truth of thlnigs, it may be deemed mistaken, but can hardly be held unkind. The dire poverty of large masses of people is a horrible fact, and its striking statement formed a fit introduction to an earnest if not wholly adequate at tempt to frame Its remedy. When, how ever, the outline of the remedy itself was reaohed, the opportunity for vigorous dissent presented itself. Without noticing its utter barbarity, the notion, borrowed from Malthus and which Dr. Andrews entertains, that the poor have no real right to propagate.and that ...

Publication Title: Advocate And News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 26 January 1898

THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. 1898. 17 WHY RTH YOUR WHILE. IT'S WO a. 8 XT 8 8 o TWICE AS MUCH FOR YOUR MONEY. For 1898 you will get from the Advocate and News more than double the service given heretofore. The size has been increased, old features have been strengthened and new ones added; no means will be neglected to maintain the Advocate and News as the leading Kansas weekly and one of the leading papers of its class in this country. Each issue will be an improvement over the preceding one; the present number is only a small indi cation of the good things that are coming. IIEVS Th Advocate and News will be up-to-date ..niiiAr in every way, and especially so when consid otlmUt. ere(i as a newspaper. The latest news from everywhere will be published in crisp, complete form, but not in any way in a degenerate or hysterical man ner. The department of Kansas news will be continued under the supervision of Mr. Morphy, and it will be as complete and readable as heretofore. The general news of...

Publication Title: Advocate And News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 26 January 1898

THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. 18 JANUAHY 20, Appellate Court Syllabi. i (Continued from page 15.) section 83 of the Civil Code, and Its ac tion In overruling a motion to consolidate will not be reversed In the absence of a clear showing of abuse of discretion. ' 2. Where, over the objection of defend ant, expert evldcnco was received on be half of plaintiff as to a matter concern ing which no direct testimony was offered, and where the special findings of the Jury show that their verdict was not affected by such expert evidence, the error Is lmmii terlnl. 3. The written demand required by sec tion 1203. General Statutes of 1889, to be given to a railroad company prior to com mencing an action against It for the kill ing of stock, need not specify the specific breach of statutory duty on the part of auch company which might be relied on as fixing Its liability. Attest: W. A. AYRES, IScal. Clerk. In the Kansas Court of Appeals, Southern Department, Central Division. No. 2M. Wichita & Wes...

Publication Title: Advocate And News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 26 January 1898

19 13M. THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. ! MARY HAD A LITTLE LAND. Mary had a little land; The soil was very poor; But still she kept It all on hand, And Btruggled to get more. She held her land until the day The people settled down; Till where a wilderness had been Grew up- a thriving town. Then Mary rented out her plot tShe would not sell, you know), Eut waited patiently about For prices still to grow. They grew as populaton came And Mary raised the rent; With common food and raiment now She would not be content. She built herself a mansion fine, Had luxuries galore; Eut every time more people came She raised the rent some more. What makes the land keep Mary so?" The common people cry. "Whv Mary owns the land, you know, The knowing ones reply. Toronto W orld. Geo. "VIT. Olarlc, (Uta Judge Court of Appeals.) Attorney and Counselor, 501 Kansas Avenue, : TOPEKA, KAS. To Follow a Clover Crop. Clover is the great nitrogen crop, and after harvesting it the field is left well stored with nitrogen,...

Publication Title: Advocate And News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 26 January 1898

TUE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. JANUARY 26, 1S33. Clovers, Timothy, Millet, mm 3 SEEDS, K a TBU1!DULL SEED CO., VV uta ct irume tur J. 0. Petrel O-J1 Uaha Areaut, KANSAS CITY. MO. MILLET CANE CLOVERS TIMOTHY CRASS SEEDS. J-XOIVKl KANSAS CITY, OISS0URI. Catalogue for 1808 Free. FTza lU.LhitiJ L.,,,i ,t J fc, ii i'lti LLTO V r Ay . - s IT V BBBs ALFALFA SEED A SPECIALTY. ilce Cane and Millet, Kaffir. Spring Wheat and tttlern Corn, White Ilullrxs Rirloy, Seed Oatn. particular and book, "Mow to How Alfalfa," iree. 3$ai!l$t&3eaMie$f$ftt9 McBETH&KINNIhON, Garden City, Kan hum. 7t i"Tv S Ouro Is Th FJoot CompSsto ' Department Nursery In th U. 0. ttrltol4ireilLVat loir ratoa. We publish one(, of the Inudlug Kef. Plant and Trti Cataloiuea Iwiued.y, , ' 3 which will be mailed fre. Bend for U now, It will vo' , f you moner. Try ua, oan rwfor you to ouHtomen In e? err "isrtate ana territory lu the Union, a years of eqoareVn Viloullng has made u putrona and Irlunua lar ana near, . k,UHe nandredu ...

Publication Title: Advocate And News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 2 February 1898

V ' 1 1 Lii t ' 1 ' .T.W.I '.v, :,.;V,v' . VS :A V--f rtW: - Devoted to rhe 5e$r Interests or the Home, the 5hop and the to Tenth Year. No. 5. OFFICIAL 8TATK FAPKK. 91 YEAK. TOPEKA, KANSAS, FEBRUARY 2, 1898. cao EVERY WEDNESDAY. TWO CENTS A COi'V. BUTTERMAKERS TO MEET The National Organization's Plans for the Topeka Meeting. The National Creamery Buttermakers' Association will hold its annual meet ing at Topeka during the week begin ning February 21. It will be one of the most instructive meetings ever held In . Kansas. A very large attendance is assured and Kansas people are very wisely determining to take advantage of the opportunities offered by Its as semblage here. A fair idea of the good things in store for those who attend may be obtained from the following pro gram: Monday. February 21 Meetings of the delegates and assigning their places and final arrangement of exhibit hall. Tuesday, 2:30 p. m. Grand parade by th delegates, meeting the official tram and escorting the office...

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. — 2 February 1898

2 THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. FEBRUARY 2. LAWYERS IN SESSION, Annual Meeting of State Bar Association, With Interesting Addresses. The lawyers of Kansas held the fif teenth annual session of the State Bar Association In the Supreme court room Wednesday, Thursday and Friday of last week. Judge William Thomson, President of the association, presided and delivered the opening address, on the subject "Not to the Victors," which was able and eloquent and greatly appreciated by the audience. Judge P. S. Grosscup, United State Judge for the northern dis trict of Illinois, delivered an eloquent address upon "Popular Self-Mastery; the Duty of Lawyers Toward Its Pro motion." He said that the lawyer Is always something of a public man, and the public man always something of a lawyer. An Interesting paper by Judge C. 0. FoBter was road by Attorney Gen eral L. C. Doyle, Judge Foster being ab sent. Judge Foster strongly advocated capital punishment and the abolition of boards of pardon. L. II. Perkins...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 2 February 1898

THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. J Kansas Debts and Debt-Payers, f By FRANKLIN MATTHEWS. From Harper's Weekly. Copyright im by Harper A Bros. -t-.f.-tt f.-f..t..t 9 .9..9 9. .9. .9. .9 .... .9 .9..9 ... ... .t-.t. .9 9. 9 9 9. 9 .......?.. t 9 f f f f ...... ..... In tho spirit (of humorous hyperbole which made him known from one end of the land to the other during the cam paign of 1896, William Allen White, editor of the Emporia Gazette, closed a speech which he made at the Commercial Club's annual dinner, in Kansas City, on De cember 17, 1897, with these words: "And God said, 'Let there be light,' and there was Kansas." The boldness of this figure of speech may be startling when set out by Itself, but It should be remembered that the public men of Kansas are still In what may be called the oratorical Btage the stage of aston ishing metaphors. Within two years John J. Ingalls wrote, apparently In Bober ear nest: "Other States could be spared without Irreparable bereavement, but Kansas Is Ind...

Publication Title: Advocate And News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 2 February 1898

4 FEBltUAUY 2, THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. From Actual Experience. Cooking Potatoes. Although the housekeeper will be most Interested In this note, It la a bit of practical agriculture which will add to the farmer'8 store of knowledge. The nitrogen, the nutritive part of the po tatd, is largely lost when the tubers are peeled and placed directly In hot water and the loss la even greater when they are peeled and placed In cold water. To retain most of the nutritive properties of the potato it should be boiled with out peeling and placed directly in the hot water. For table use they sin be peeled after boiling and should be put la a tightly-closed dish to prevent evap oration of the nutritive qtwilltleH. Advantages of Low Trees. The moat progressive orchardlsta have rightly concluded that It la a waste of time and energy to have trees with the trunk running up forty feet or more In the air. It la difficult to pick the fruit from such hlgn trees and the por tion which falls ia ruined by bei...

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. — 2 February 1898

THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. 1831 please him greatly, and a generous al lowance of corn meal will make Mm look nice and fat probably before morning. A liberal dose of ginger, pepper or "condition powders" will scare away any evil spirits that may be hovering about, and make everything all right. If the horse Is not dead by the next morning you can fix him up at your leisure, and thereafter conscientiously recommend him as "tough." But should he be so unreasonable as to die during the night, you can console yourself with the reflection that It waa not your fault the animal was constitutionally weak. Baby Beef and Spayed Heifers. In preparing the recent volume Is sued by tne Kansas Board of Agricul ture devoted to the "Beef Steer and His Sister," Secretary F. D. Coburn ad dressed to several of the more extensive packing concerns of the country a series of Inquiries to obtain their views upon a variety of subjects In which the beef-producer presumably would have much Interest. As these slaug...

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. — 2 February 1898

THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. 0 FEBRUAftV 2, lll..H-H"H"-"l"H4-H41l I II II H'H'tW -MM I1 II MM I III 1 1 B I CONCERNING KANSAS. BY J. W. MORPHY. .i....;....,..........i..,i,4......i.t..H..f.....I.'! I M I 1 1 1 1"I I I I'M MM-M-M- Wellington la to have a new brass iband. Coburn'io boom is enjoying a healthy growth. The State Sheriffs' Association met at Topeka last week. Bent Murdock admits that he would like to go to Congress. Dickinson county will build an addi tion to Its court house. The County Treasurers' Association mot at Topeka last week. The Paola National bank has gone Into voluntary liquidation. At Kansas City, Kas., half of the dog tax goes to the public library. Wichita Is to have a new park of a decidedly metropolitan character. The machinery of the Sallna paper mill has been sold to an Illinois man. A veteran In the Leavenworth Home has been divorced from his colored wife. The twenty-one creameries of Kansas have a daily output of 29,800 pounds of butter. The State Bar Asso...

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. — 2 February 1898

THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. 7 t GENERAL NEWS NOTES M-M-M M I .I-m-H-m-H-H Mr. Bryan has donated 100 to the Cuban relief fund. There are seven of our war ships lo cated in Chinese waters. Senator llanna's son, Daniel, is the defendant in a divorce case. Senator Mark Hanna, has resumed his residence in the White House. Kx-President Cleveland is opposed to the annexation of anything 10 this coun try. G. K. Roberts, of Fort Dodge, Iowa, is the newly appointed Director of the Mint. Seventy-four Philadelphia ministers have begun a crusade against disorderly houses. The dispatches say that Tom Watson will be a candidate for Governor of Georgia. Illinois coal operators will raise wages 10 cents per ton and raise the price of coal 25 cents. Rev. T. DeWitt Talmage has been again married. His second wire died some years ago. Ex-Attorney-General McKenna took bis seat as Justice of the Supreme court last Wednesday. The largest grain elevator in St. Loui3 burned last week. It contained 3,000, 000 bush...

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. — 2 February 1898

8 THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. FEBRUARY. 2, A 0 j.rflth3rJ COPYRIGHT. I89t Sr. J UPP1NC0TT COMPANY 8YNOTNIS OF I'KKVIOl S C'HAl'TKRS. Dick Gordon, Yule graduate, goes In for hard work. From the Chicago & Alton rail road repair shops lie In gradually promoted and Anally works up to the position of super intendent of a Western railroad- the Kansas & Arizona. The story opens with an account of a trip by rail of Mr. C'ullen. a railroad vice nreuldpnt. over the linns of the K. Sl A. Gor don Is asked to meet Cullen and party and pilot them through. In the party are Madge Cullen. with whom Gordon fulls In love; Lord Ralles, an Englishman, in love with Mad jo, and Captain Aokland. brother of Lord Kalles. Talk turns on train robbers. Madge would like an adventure with hold ups. Ho would Kalles and Ackland. While horseback riding near Santa Fe, Gordon points out among convicts working on a rail road grade Jack Prute. a train robber under a fourteen-year sentence. Madge speaks to the convict...

Publication Title: Advocate And News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 2 February 1898

THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. 1893. 0 to the door. "This in tho last call, " he said, pausing for a moment on the threshold. "I hope bo," said I, more calmly in manner than in feeling, I havo to ac knowledge, for I didn't like the look of things. That they were in carneHt I felt pretty certain, for I understood now why they had let my companions out of jail. They didn't care to risk hanging more than waa necessary. A long time seemed to pass after they were gone, but in reality it wasn't more than 15 minutes before I heard Rome one steal up and softly unlock the door. I confess tho evident endeavor to do it quietly gave mo a scare, for it seemed to mo it couldn't be an above lioard movement. Thinking this, I pick ed up tho box on which I had been sit ting and prepared to make the best fight I could. It was a good deal of relief, therefore, when the door opened just, wide enough for a man to put in his head, and I heard the sheriff's voicp pay softly: "Hi, Gordon 1" I was at the door in an ...

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. — 2 February 1898

10 THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. FEBRUARY 2, ADVOCATE AND NEWS. , OFFICIAL STATE PAPER. A Kansas Newspaper DcmiUddo Mte But Inttr eits of the Home, Vie Shop and the Fat m. PoMIijhed Every Wednesday, at Topeka, Kanus. QCO. B. I1ARRI50N & CO.,' . EoiTons and Proprietors. Sabrlptlon Kts One copy one year by mall, $1. in clubs of ten or more, by mall, one year, W cents each. The advertising rates of The Advocate and New are low. Estimates will be made and prices furnished on application. No extra charges for cut, etc. The publishers reserve the right to relect any objectionable adver tising. The readers of this paper mar consider any advertisement which appears herein as representing a Arm whoso reliability can be voncbed for by the publishers. The Advocate was established In 1889. and wss consolidated with the Kansas News In 1807. The Advocate and News Is the official Btate paper, and has a larger circulation than anv other Kansas weekly. 110? Information regarding subscriptions and adver...

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. — 2 February 1898

THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. 11 1838. l-M 1 1 I I II 1 1 I II II 1 1 1 1 1 1 II M"T W-H-H-H'M n miH WW I CURRENT DISCUSSION, jj By EX-SENATOR PEFFER. The President Speaks Boldly. The President of the United States, in his address to the Manufacturers' Club, in New York dty, last week, after giving some excellent suggestions on the general subject of extending our trade, spoke boldly on the money question, leaving no room for doubt as to his position personally and that of his ad ministration. The President concedes the point that bimetallists have all along urged, and that which he himself, when a member of the House of Representatives con curred in that to pay our debts In sil ver coin would not be in violation of the contract; but he says, "Whatever may be the language of the contract, the United States will discharge all its obligations in the currency recognized as the best throughout the civilized world at the time of payment." That is as much as to say that if John promises to deliv...

Publication Title: Advocate And News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 2 February 1898

IS FEBRUARY 2, THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. I PUBLIC OPINION "!"f"!"l"" arnilT Emporia Republican: The New York Life has KA'ubAi). paj tne HUlmon claim and McNall will now open the Bate for them to come lh. Another case of where determination has won the fight. Kansas City Tribune (Rep.): We trust nobody will Insist that the election of Manna was a vindication of anybody or anything Republican. Eureka Union (Top.): Since no polit ical party in history has ever grown purer as It has grown older, It becomes every honest man to strive to keep his party under eoritrol of Its best members. Mediclno Lodgo Index (Pop.): Gov ernor Leedy has moro backbone than any other Governor the State has ever had. In fact, the whole administration U a creditable-one, and It will be re elected. Troy Times (Pop.): Kansas is lucky in driving out a lot of old, blood-sucker Insurance companies. If Kansas will now encourage State Insurance, it will take an advanced step, and continue as the leader of States. 'Scott...

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