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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 2 March 1898

THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. 1303. Hil 1 1 III 1 1 III 1 1 1 il''r'"I-'l'l-l--'iii-"rii'----l''Hl1i1i1,i1J'i'I,'I,j $ Statistics and Factory Inspection, f By W. L. A. JOHNSON, Commissioner of Labor and Industrial Statistics fur Kansas. Value, Vt hikI Abuse of Statistics Obstacle and Difficulty In the Collection of Data Kmiihas la Far Helilnd Other State in rrovlslun fur a Ilureau of lalutrlal Statistics and In Caring for the Welfare of the Wage-Karnera of the State. $ H-W"H"I"H"I"M"I"I'1'H I1 H-H-! The Bureau of Labor and Industrial Statistics of the State of Kansas was created in 1885 and has, therefore, reached its thirteenth year, but Is still in its infancy so far as the recognition of its usefulness is concerned. As will be seen by Chapter 72, Section 3, General Statutes 1897, it is the duty of the Com missioner of the Bureau "to collect, as Bort, systematize and present in annual reports to the Governor, to be by him biennially transmitted to the Legislature, statistical details rel...

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. — 2 March 1898

THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. MARCH 2, f; THE WAGE-EARNER. I i i t t .t.t.t .t..f.. t .t. t. t..i.. t t --t..T..l.,t..r..f..T..T.. f..T..f..!if.if..ffi.r..t,.f,.ti.t..t.if..T.iT.ifi.T.Tiiti.T.iti.t.rti. Tn n n n Trrrn rn r"rri r ir vrn rrrrrrn rrr n n n n p . The Advocate and News will be (find to receive short communications on labor mutters, j t ii-tlc.ularly In regard to the affairs oil unions in the State, the shorter work day, etc. Contrl bia lions must ho short, as our spaco In limited. We want a good correspondent and a subscrip tion agent In every union In Hanson. Write for particulars. Trade Unions and Socialism. V'roiu tba Cluar Maker' Official Journal. Some startling admissions have re cently been made that must be some- ' what disquieting to the fellow that has been made to believe or profess to be- ' lleve that- the pure and simple trade ut:lon movement Is Impotent and unable to work out the labor problem and the solvation of the working classes. One of the great German social...

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. — 2 March 1898

15 1SSS. THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. In Congress, A bill granting the heirs of the seamen who were killed in the Maine erploalon, a pension equal to twelve months' pay, is pending In the House. The Senate has put a provision in the bill providing for the taking of the next census whereby it will be taken un der the direction of the Interior depart ment The civil appropriation bill occupied the attention of the House Friday. Items which had any connection with military affairs were allowed to pass unquestioned although under ordinary circumstances a light would have been precipitated. Through the efforts of Congressman Peters an item of $20,000 to dredge the mouth of the Kansas river at Kansas City has been Included in the river and harbor bill. The object is to secure a stronger current to carry off sewage. Congressman Curtis has had a hearing before the House Judiciary committee in opposition to the bill providing for the division of Kansas into two Federal judicial districts. Congressm...

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. — 2 March 1898

10 THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. MAltCH 1, Correspondence. (I'ha Advocate and News solicits com munications on topics of Interest, written to represent the opinion of the writers thereof regardless of the supposed por tion of the paper. Make your articles nhort; one does not take up much room, but when a dozen are received the publi cation of all necessitates brevity. The editor reserves the right to shorten any communication of over 750 words. The State Board of Pardons. NOAH W. WELIg, Prealdent Kansan Hoard of Pardon. Some time ago I received an invitation from you to write what I know about the Wtate Board of Pardons. I have been ho buay heretofore that it has been Impossible for nve to do so. Since that time Judge KoBter, of the Federal court, has seen tit, in a paper read before the State Bar As sociation meeting, recently held in Topeka. to make some remarks about the Board of Pardons that deserve some attention. The Judge says: "A tribunal of pardons should have no place In the econ...

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. — 2 March 1898

THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. 1858. 17'. Denmark has Is water. All the rest must be imported, so It Is easily understood that the government of that country runs Us roads under adverse circumstances. The State of Kansas should also furnish school house, teachers, books, maps, charts, and everything and collect taxes for Its support. Then we would come nearer to havlnff a Just and eiual tax for school purposes. We are a good way oft from that now. We should have eleven months school In every school district In the State; we should have advanced pupils attend Bchool two days a week during summer and four days during winter, giving the grown chil dren an opportunity to learn to work and at the same time not lose a chance for a partial education. We will get all of this when the constitu tion Is not In the way and the will of the mujorlty Is the constitution. Lincoln, Kas. The Need of the Prohibitory Law. CHARLES II. l'HICG. Temperance and prohibition have al ready been discussed pro and con, ...

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. — 2 March 1898

18 THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. MARCH 2, THE PEflmAT BANQUET. Tlxo Largest Gathering of tbe Kind Ever ! . Em in Kansas. L&at week probably brought to To , peka more Democrats than were ever in . the city before. The occasion was the roeetlng of the State committee, and a banquet which was participated In by about COO. The feature ol the banquet was the presence of W. J. Bryan. It was held at the Metropolitan hall, which was : very tastefully decorated, the national colors being In evidence everywhere. It Vas a great success, being the result of , Beveral weeks hard work on the part of the managers, tbe leader among whom "Was Frank S. Thomas, treasurer of the committee. ' The speech-making, which to the pub lic was the moat interesting part, did not bsgln until 11 o'clock. The speeches were numerous, and extended mention cannot be given of them. v Chairman Mack Love was the first speaker. He said that the Democratic 3arty was on earth for business and Its business was to secure relief ...

Publication Title: Advocate And News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 2 March 1898

10 1898. YOU GET 82 .WORTH 1 IB 1 . 1 THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. 8 9 8 BIGGEST. BRIGHTEST, BEST KANSAS WEEKLIES, THE ADVOCATE Ml .MEWS TOPBKA. Not a rehash of any daily; unlike any other Kansas paper; twenty pages every week of interest to the work ers of the State; a progressive, fearless newspaper, pub lishing only the best in news, politics, agriculture and literature; devoted to the best interests of the Home, the Shop and the Farm. A $2 paper for $1 a year. The Advocate and News is the successor and continu ation of the Topeka Advocate. Ex-Senator Peffer is a member of its stall, furnishing a page of "Current Dis cussion" each week. Its Practical Farm Notes are alone worth the price of the paper. It is the only paper in Kansas that has a special department devoted to the in terests of the wage-earner. It is a valiant defender of reform. Its illustrations are of a quality equal to those of any large daily, and its cartoons are strong and timely. If you want to keep up with the times...

Publication Title: Advocate And News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 2 March 1898

so MARCH 2. 189. Cloven, Timothy, lllllet, A TRUL3ULL SEED CO., jfA 1428 8T. LOUIS AVE., MILLET CANS CLOVER3 TIMOTHY CASS GZED3. GAME!! SEEDS, K FLOWER SEEDS. Vl a KO'SCITU'.ISSOSI. KANSAS CITY. MO. Catalogue for 18tf8 Free. All Kinds of Garden ana Field Seeds. Special Prices to Market Gardeners. A COMPROMISE IN CHINA. PETER HEIL & SONS, ' Phone 470. TnOCtfJ. 210 W. 6th. lUILrirti ALFALFA SEED A SPECIALTY, Choice Cane and Millet. Kaffir, Spring Wheat and Jerusalem Corn, White Hiillrxg llarley, Seed Oats. Full particulars and book, "liow to Now Alfalfa," free. McBETII & KINNISON, Garden City, KanHna. THE ADVOCATE AND HEWS. DS fife mm Uncle Bam: "All right, Wllhelm. They may worship you If they'll trade with me." Chicago Inter Ocean. ' V' '' "' ik'J Tkowanto la (aaomftil THE WHOLE STORY ' ' , y'eufo. full daaerlotioo fbw I UMhUIlM M um rw um pwi Cat and inatruotiona lot building i 1 :' 1 ii..Mltaindflut.ancl prlaaaa S3Xrlon,w rat WrfAtaaaM. full VnlnaM Information to tha man o...

Publication Title: Advocate And News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 9 March 1898

Devoted to The B&f Interests OTf Tlwp and the form 1 Tenth Year, No. 10. official STATE FAFEH. t YEAR. TOPEKA, KANSAS, MARCH 9, 1898. KVEUY WEDNESDAY. FltlCK FIVE CH.NXS. FOR THE MINERS' RIGHTS Legal Battle Now On at Fort Scott Over Scrip and Screen Laws. The scrip and ecreen cases will be argued before the Court of Appeals at Fort Scott to-day. These cases were tried before Judge Simons In the Craw ford county District court, where a de cision was rendered In favor of the constitutionality of the laws. The Stale was represented by Attorney General Boyle and County Attorney Wldby and the mine operators' attorneys were Mor ris Cliggett and Perry & Craln. The case then went to the Court of Appeals, the Judge3 of which are Man ford Schoonover, A. W. Dennlson and B. F. Milton. The argument of the appellants is that the passage of these laws takes away from the miner his constitutional right to make any contract with his employers which he may-desire. It Is alleged that a man's l...

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. — 9 March 1898

THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. MARCH 9, y; ' ;V'''.'''' 1 lee !r ' '! ' ' ": '' :'"V. ; THE KANSAS MINER AND THE SCRIP0 SCREEN INDUSTRY BY DAN DENHAM ILUlTATiOH RIUHN POli. 1ITIWIMIMMI A Miner's Home. III. THE SCREEN SYSTEM. The contention of the miners regarding tht screening of coal has simply been that the coat digger has the right to be paid for the coal he has mined, and all the legislation he has asked for bas been towaid that end. The present law la In accordance with that contention. It says: "It Bhall be unlawful for any mine owner, lessee or operator of coal mines In this State, employ ing miners at bushel or ton rates, or other quan tity, to pass the output of coal mined by said miners over any screen or other de vice which shall take any part from the value thereof before the same shall have been weighed and duly credited to the employes and accounted for at the legal rate of weights as fixed by the laws of Kansas."1 It should be noted that the law is operative only when the min...

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. — 9 March 1898

mi 3 THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. WORK FOR IDLE HANDS. State Lands to Ea Cultivated by Inmates of State Institutions. Governor Leedy has asked the Board of Charities to put all idle lands at the State institutions into crops of suita ble kinds to bring a profit on the market or to assist in supporting the State's charges. As the income will permit, hogs and poultry are to be added and the number of cows increased. Now all of the slops are sold for an insignificant sum. The refuse from the tables of the yast army of the State's dependants would furnish feed for a large number of hogs, and they could be sold or butch ered and thereby materially lessen the general expense account. The lands can be tilled and the product used by the in stitutions It ought to be done. No in stitution, save possibly that at Beloit, is without abundant help on the part of the inmates to raise everything needed that can be produced from the soli in this latitude. There Is no institution un der control of the Boar...

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. — 9 March 1898

THE ADVOCATE AND HEWS. 4 From Actual Experience. The Advocate and Newii solicits short contributions on matters of Interest to the farmer. Experience ma from Kansan are particularly desired. Writ for our clubbing rates with the leading farm Journals. Specialty Taming. While undoubtedly Bpeclalty farming la about the only kind In which there Is any profit In theae days, the farmer must not make the mistake of devoting his whole time and the entire farm to grow ing some special crop solely for the money he may sell It for. The first care of the farmer is to get out of the farm a living for his family and stock; not a dollar should be spent for anything in the way of foods, except dry groceries. Specialty farming whioh Is carried on with an idea of selling tho entire product and buying food, as well as other sup plies needed by the family, is all wrong. Angora Goats. For several years past, In many of the Western States and also In sections far ther east, experiments have been made wit...

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. — 9 March 1898

THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. 5 for mixing, but these are not bo good as pure milk, which retains the rat bo lm portant in food lor the purpose named If skimmed milk or water la used for mixing, then fat must be supplied in some other way, which is usually done by means of meat scraps or tallow. The food mixed as described is very rich, but will soon fatten the bird sufficiently well for the demands of the average market If not fat enough then "cramming" must be resorted to, for the fowls will not vol untarily eat the rich food long. For cramming use the same food reduced to the consistency of thin gruel, and feed with a spoon. A few days of this feed ing will add the desired weight, but should not be resorted to unless an un usually fat bird Is desired, for the work is far from pleasant. A Desirable Garden Plant. . Many of our old garden favorites rank among the beet of indigenous plants for general cultivation, and the majority of thera are especially suitable for the large grounds surro...

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. — 9 March 1898

6 THE ADVOCATE AND HEWS. MARCH 9. 1 CONCERNING KANSAS, i BY J. W. MORPHY. ............ ... j. i 4 i i i j i i r t CONVENTIONS. populist. State (Place not namod), June IS. CoDroloual Hlitb dlatrtot, Hmltb Center, June 7 REPUBLICAN. Congrenslorial First dUtrlct, llorton, April 12. 11 Niooud " Ottawa. May 8. " Third " Independence. Apr.6. " Fourth " Hmporla, May 1U. Fifth " Belleville, April 28. Judlolal-Twenty-thlrd district, Kills, April JU. Parsons haa an over-supply of tramps. The Sons of Veterans have organized at Eudora. A Doniphan county vineyard is ship ping wine to Germany. The Lamed Tiller and Toller favors a continuation of fusion. A big temperance rally was held at Manhattan last Wednesday. Harper county people complain of the prevalence of horse thieves. Jackson county papers are standing by Congressman Broderiek loyally. The Santa Fe will soon have a double track from Kansas City to Florence. Seven wqmen have been authorized to practice in the Kansas Supreme court. Sumner...

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. — 9 March 1898

THE ADVOCATE AND HEWS. 1833. 7 Senor Campossales has been re-elected President of Brazil. His opponents in Rio Janeiro, the capital, refrained from voting. The Chicago Inter Ocean tried to en join the Associated Press from refusing to give it telegraph service, hut the court refused to act. The school fund at Minneapolis is ex hausted and a popular subscription of 190,000 is asked to keep the schools open during the year. Ex-President Cleveland has written a letter in which he says that nothing but hard work will prevent a free silver victory this year. The death rate In Alaska is reported to be alarmingly large. Many are frozen to death. Scurvy has also claimed a number of victims. The employees of the Louisville & Nashville are demanding that their wages of 1893, which have been cut 10 per cent., be restored. In New York a Bryan Democrat is called a Populist by Republican papers, but in Kansas the same class of papers call Bryan Popullsfa Democrats. Convicts sentenced for more...

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. — 9 March 1898

8 MARCH 9, THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. itutl.tl. ti.lllTl.il. f FIRESIDE - SCRAP-BOOK f 3 "M"I"H,"i,IH THE CALF PATH. Ono day through the primeval wood A calf walked homo, as good calvea should, Bat made a trail all bent askew, A crooked trail, oa all caWea do. Bluoe then two hundred year have Cod, And, I Infer, the calf U dead, But still he left behind hla trail. And thereby hangs a mortal tale. Hie trail was taken np next day By a lono dog that panned that way, And thon a wiw bellwether nhoep Pursued the trail o'er vale and steep And drew the flook behind him, too, As good bellwethers always do, And from that day, o'er hill and glade, Through thowe old woods a path was made, And many men wound In and out And dodged and turnod and bent about And uttered words of righteous wrath Because 'twas such a crooked path, . But atill they followed do not laugh The first migration of that calf And through the winding woodway stalked Becaune ho wabbled when he walked. This forest path became a lane...

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. — 9 March 1898

1833. o THE ADVOCATE AND HEWS. NO ROYAL ROAD. There la no royal road to God) Th humblest clod Who kneels him down and dares fikmd one or maybe many pray era Up to the heart that waits At mercy 'a open gates Trooids It, aye, aa the elect have trodl There la no royal road to Godl The chastening rod Of oonflolence baa a sting Alike (or beggar and (or king, And If each aool obey What, then, can load them far astray, Though one be bare of foot and one moHt richly shod? There ia no royal road to Oodl The common aod Are we, though on a throne Or born low down to grieve and moan. All our inheritance ia this A thoroughfare to eternal bllia That, if our eyes but see, ia smooth and broad. Edward Wilbur Mason. Railway Extortion and the Mail Service. From the Outlook. "The deficit in the Postofllce Depart ment la now $11,000,000 a year, and Is due without question to the enormous In crease In second-class matter (newspa pers, magazines, etc.), which is carried at the rate of 1 cent a pound, thou...

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. — 9 March 1898

10 THE ADVOCATE AND HEWS. MARCH 3. ADVOCATE AHI OFFICIAL STATE PAPER. A Kamat Newtrttayer Devoted to the JJat Inter est of Vie Home, the Shop and the Vaim. Vullhhci Every Wednesday, tt Topeka, Kaaoai. GEO. 13. HARRISON & CO., Editors and Propbutohb. RtibMcrljiMon limit: (hie cow one yenr by mail, $t. In tlulm of ten or more, by mail, one wmr, 7.1 tt.nl cdch. The advertUino rait of The Advocate ami New are low. Ultimate will lie mailt ami yrirc fur niMhetl on ayiM-alUm. No extra cliarye far cut, tit: The imhlMicrti reserve the riyht to rrjrrt any ohjcHionalile mlverlMny. The reiulen of thi pojHT may eomUlcr any mlvertUement which ai twin litrcln a rrurretntlna a firm whane reliabil ity ran he vowhttl for by the puJilinher. The Advocate wan nlablMicd in 1W, and va conmlUMM with The Kann Now in J7. The Advocate and New U the official State jxifMT, and ha a lamer circnUUUtn than any other Kama weekly vMeh receive advert tucmenti. For information reaardina eulmriptUuu am advertUiny r...

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. — 9 March 1898

THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. ll t t t t. t. t. t ..t. t.t. 1 I. I t I t. I I I I I ' JJ,f iliiUiiUiilii iluliiUl iiMt"i"4' t 1 1 t y v " " " i h i i "T i w ixrrn rnTPni"n r T CURRENT DISCUSSION, f By EX-SENATOR PEFFER. The Attack on the Pension Boll. It grates harshly on the ear ot a vet eran to hear some of the language used by men who never bore arms In their arraignment of the administration of the pension laws. Those ugly attacks usually come from men who live In line houses, attend club dinners and smoke 50-cent cigars. When tho election of Abraham Lincoln was made known to tho country, prep arations at once began In the Southern States to separate from the Union and set up another government within the territory of the United States. The South Carolina Legislature had a bill before it on the 10th day of November only a few days after tho election to raise 10,000 volunteers. On the 15th day of the same month the Virginia Legislature was called together and a large meeting was held at...

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. — 9 March 1898

12 THE ADVOCATE AND HEWS. MARCH 9, jJti .flnf-.tnti ty,.f,Jt 9.9 9 9 .I.ii4i......i.i.hWi11Ji'HH4W4H'f PUBLIC OPINION. TUP mil . Clay Center Dispatch rninpiii (Pop'): Ia dlflCUMln the t.UAJLILL extra ueauioa question it should be remembered that the PopullBts have already- saved onough to the tax payers to more than meet the expenses. Minneapolis Better Way: It would bo orful for Governor Leedy to convene the Legislature to pans a bill which he framed, but It was all right for President McKlnley to convene Congress to pass a bill framed by the Eastern manufactur ers who put up the stuff to elect him. McPherson Opinion (Pop.): The bill la all right, and should it pass, the next important move ought to be to make the Commissioners elective. This would re lieve the Governor of responsibility In the matter and the people could certainly be entrusted to elect honest aud compe tent men. Seneca News (Pop.): If Governor El der's idea that the Populist loglslatos arc untrustworthy and his fu...

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