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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 30 March 1898

THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. 1838. Correspondence. The Advocate and News solicits com munications on topics of Interest, written to represent the opinion of the writers thereof regardless of the supposed posi tion of the paper. Make your articles short; 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. Two Sides to the Federal Courts Question. C. W. VAIRCniLU. Did It ever occur to you that there aro two sides to tho question of tho creation of a new Federal court for the western dis trict of Kansas? in tho llrst place, tho believers in tho Brvan platform protest against encroach ments by tho Federal courts. Second, western Kansans realize bitterly tho right of tho non-resident to select the Federal court to foreclose his $2,000 mort gage and cause needless expenso and trouble not necessary In the county of the mortgagor's residence. And It seems to me our...

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. — 30 March 1898

TEE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. MAPXIt 30, THE ...WAGE-EARNER. T; Advocate and New will ho ghvd to receive short communications on labor mat tern pirt',rularly in rear .rt to the affairs of onion in the fctate. the shorter worlc dar. etc. Contrl- ,r, ,! i muat be short. u our apace is 1' uluvl. We want a good correspondent and a subcrlp- w.f r iic in everj union in jvangan. wriie lor particulars. pi.xkce Coal Company (oc$ Under. Tdi Durkee Coal Company, of WeJr City, has made an assignment, and the miners employed by the company are paid to be left holding 14,000 of scrip, Th'a U uq example of one of the evila of the ecrip aysteia. J.':ttern Miners' Condition Unsettled The Toledo Union eay that rumors are max circulated thick and fast that thou eiiiida of miners In Ohio and Pcnasylva ftia will go out on a strike In April, and lUttse game rumore are Just as often de- r.ied. The mining situation will probably roraaln unsettled for some time to come, Low Wagts for Women. After a careful Investi...

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. — 30 March 1898

THE ADVOCATE AND HEWS. 183 Fratcrnalism vs. Paternalism in Government. By PROFESSOR RICHARD T. ELY. :: 1 Republished by prrmUiilon from th Maroh Centary. Copyright 1999 by the Century Co. rWfHH 11 1 t 1 I'M M -14 opment has been away from paternalism and In the direction of the extended func tions of the state. The two movements have proceeded pari passu. , Paternalism was connected with the feudalism of the middle ages, and in its highest develop ment was a natural outgrowth of feudal Ism. Feudalism regarded sovereignty as a private right, and like a father the overlord protected his subordinates set tled on his estates. These subordinates surrendered themselves to his protection, and gave up a large portion of their freedom. Out of the Institutions of feu dalism and its hierarchy of classes grew the conception of freedom merely as neg ative. Not to be restrained by the state was freedom; but In modern times, as has been well pointed out, freedom im plies participation in the activ...

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. — 30 March 1898

10 THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. MARCH 30, (Published March 30, 1898.) Appellate Court Syllabi j In tho Kansas Court of Appeals, Southern ' Department, central Division. ,1 No. 310. i The Doard of Education of the City W Em porta, et ui., plaintiff in error, vs. I ninio vi nuimun, ea, rei., ueienuuni in i rrnr i ' . , Error from Lyon County District Court , The opinion of tho court was delivered by j ronton, j. V Where, tho journal entry of judgment Bfates that the court "found for the plain mi ana acciucu nirainst tne defendant.- ' and that thereafter the defendants motion , language "of such motion plainly Indicate , , uiub iii w no jiiuu unci mc uci;ih.fii ui mtj court had been rendered: Held, that such i . . motion will be considered bv thin court not 1 entry contains the further statement that j Jiho motion was filed "before Judgment." 2. Ample power and full discretion with raspect to the school arrairs or cities or the j second class are veBted by law In the , isoarus oi jaucuuon or...

Publication Title: Advocate And News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 30 March 1898

17 1803. THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. HHK-M"!' 1 11 1 II 11 1 H-H 1 H"Hf CO-OPERATIVE READING CLUBS. ' ' AMERICAN LITKRATL'BK COURSE. LESSON IX. PART 1. THE CAMBRIDGE SCHOLARS. II. OLIVER WENDELL HOLMES. (1809-1894.) It is not in the poetic field alone that Oliver Wendell Jiolmea has distinguished himself; he was an essayist, a biogra pher, a wit, a scientist, a novelist, a pro fessor and a physician. He was born August 29, 1809, at Cambridge, Mass. His father was for. more than forty years pastor of a church in Cambridge, .and was also a professor and historian. Thus Dr. Holmes was born and bred in a literary atmosphere; or, as he ex presses it, "I was born and bred among books, and have the easy feeling when I get into their presence that a stable boy has among horses." Although he worked in so many dif ferent departments he has produced re sults that rank high, if not with the highest. - H. T. Tuckerman says of him: His best lines are a series of rhymed pictures, witticisms or sentimen...

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. — 30 March 1898

18 THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. MARCH 30 KANSAS REFORM EDITORS. I Tli Annual Meeting at Manhattan Gives the ncnibers Flany Col lege Pointers. It baa been the custom of the Kansas Reform Press Association to cover the State as thoroughly as possible in fixing the location of meeting; places. Having been to Saline, Wichita, GIrard, Clay Center, Lawrence, Emporia and to To peka repeatedly it seemed that the an nual meeting this year should go to Manhattan. The State Agricultural Col lege being a subject of considerable news paper discussion it was thought that it would be possible to obtain considerable information of value by visiting the in- tltutlon itself. For some unaccountable reason tho attendance was not large. The good people of Manhattan, headed by J. N. Limbocker and A. II. Hosklns, entertained the visitors with the same courtesy and liberality as would have been expected if twenty times as many of the boys had been present. The program was taken up Monday afternoon with President...

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. — 30 March 1898

THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. 1898. THE PROPOSED BARBER LAW. Protection is Asked Against Incompc- tent and Unclean Competitors. fna nf tho nhWta nf thfl organization of the Kansas State Barbers' Associa tion is to secure legislation which will afford protection to legitimate barbers against incompetent and unclean com petitors. This legislation, the barbers believe, will be beneficial not only to themselves but to the vast army of peo ple who are their patrons. A Legislative committee, composed of Joe Grlley, chairman, T. E. Sheard, Roy Hammon, F. I. Gudge and C. B. Hypes was appointed by the State association to draft a bill covering the ground upon which legislation Is desired. This com mittee has given the matter careful at tention, having consulted able lawyers and studied the situation carefully. The bill which follows is the result of their efforts. It is believed to be more fair and equitable to all parties concerned than any measure which has been adopted in any of the States which...

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. — 30 March 1898

30 THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. MARCH 30, 1898. Clovers, Tttftothy, Millet. GARDEN 8 FLOWER HEEDS. Catalogue for 1898 Free. gf rrm rpa rw m Pirns f . e. hhw TnU"3ULL SEED CO., 1128 ST. LCUI3 AVE., k:;sas city, nisscui. Mammoth White Artichoke BKED PUR HALE. Sure cropper and enormous yleldor. From an experience of eight years In raising them extensively (or my nous, I And them a neces lty In the production of cheap and healthy pork. For further particulars and prises. Address U (CO. A. ARNOLD. Haydon, Phelps Co., Neb. mmmm : , i im 6 tuTlu., W . W i elioloe t parka ', ,i10O chilOH,trT)lnil, t ft, lit prepaid. OlMAMENTAL AND rVHT TKCL3, , ' ' ' , "Bhruha. ln, W. 'UJiru, Jirlii 1 1 1 1 I tvergreeri Specialist, rilLilLy Dl?DfC, ILLINOIS. Fruit and Ornamental, millions of them. 500 varieties. FREIGHT PREPAID. 2 Sample Currant mailed for 10e Catalogue Free. LEWIS ROESCH, Frodonla, N. Y. Seed Potatoes. lied Hirer Karlr Potatoes .... per bushel, IN) Ked Hirer Huantr of Uebroiis ... " M lied Hirer...

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. — 6 April 1898

Devoted to rhe Best Interests or the Home, the 5hop and the farm Tenth Year, No. 14. OFFICIAL STATE PAPKK. SI VEAK. TOPEKA, KANSAS, APRIL (5, 1893. KVKUY WEDNESDAY. I'Klt'K HVK CKNT8. Conference With the Miners. Governor Leedy Meets and Talks With Coal Diggers of Southeast ern Kansas. LEARNS OF FORCED WRONGS. Governor Leedy made a trip last week which Is out of the line ordinarily pur sued by men in his position. He spent several days last week with the miners of southeastern Kansas, meeting with them and learning their condition and the grievances of which they complain He went unannounced except to miners and did not see any of the politicians excepting those who learned of his ar rival and dropped in to pay their re spects. In the election the miners supported ' the present State administration almost unanimously, and they have felt that if they were ever to get their rights tha recognition would come through the present officers. In consequence, Gov ernor Leedy, Attorney General...

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. — 6 April 1898

3 THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. APRIL C, A Penitentiary Fake Story. Chief Clerk Tipton Replies to Sense- less, Untruthful Stories of the Prison Management. MISREPRESENTATION BEUINS. In order that the State house corrup ' tlon may not claim too much of the attention of the people, the Leavenworth Times has opened up witn a lot or un truthful utuff about the present admlnis tration of the penitentiary. It Is hoped that this stuff will serve to divert th Attention of the DeoDle from the ex trenie rascality which Is being shown up with reference to the letting or contraccs under tho Morrill administration. That th8 Times is doing Its beat la shown by the following abstract of the charges which It makes: "Two-thirds of the convicts are work ing In the coal mines for the purpose of mining coal to throw on the market in competition with the product of free labor; the officials barter with the con victs to secure their release from the prison for a consideration; the cruel and frequently inhuman p...

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. — 6 April 1898

THE ADVOCATE AHD NEWS. 1333. 0 GENERAL NEWS NOTES Bismarck is 83 years old. Cuban bonds are bringing' a better price. Great Britain is asking for a big slice of China. A slight earthquake was felt at Mon treal last Thursday. A severe snow storm occurred in Col orado Sunday night. Ex-President Harrison refuses to talk of the Spanish situation. Every war in which this country ha3 participated began in April. ' A large colony of Dunkards from the East are settling In the Dakotas. Big shipments of steel rails are being made from this country to Japan. The Iowa Legislature Is in a wrangle over the reduction of State officers' sala ries. Another lot of Philadelphia aldermen have been arrested on a charge of bood ling. The Austrian government is asking a large appropriation to strengthen Its navy. Almost the entire debt and revenue of Spain is controlled by the Roths childs. Lincoln, Neb., had a big fire last Fri day night. The loss is not less than 1200,000. An ice trust has been formed I...

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. — 6 April 1898

THE ADVOCATE AND HEWS. 4- APRIL e, From Actual Experience. The Advocate and Newi solicits Hhort contribution on matters of Interest to the farmer. Experience Items from Kansans are particularly desired. VHte for our clubbing rates with the leading farm Journals. Stable Manure. The use of all the stable manure made on tho farm la strongly advocated, and If the most valuable portion, the liquid, la saved to the land such fertilizer la be yond all question valuable. There is, however, a vast amount of manure from city stables taken onto farms which is almost worthless. It haa lout all of the valuable liquid and la little more than mulch, almost devoid of value as a plant food. Even a green crop plowed under would cost less and be of greater value to the land. Removing; Strawberry Mulch. Care must be taken not to remove the mulch from the strawberry beds or to uncover the tender canes of raspberry plants too soon. When It la certain that the frost Is entirely out of the ground, it will ...

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. — 6 April 1898

5 1898. THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. and the scales scraped off, and thus a law proportion of the Insects destroyed. Still, It la almost Impossible to cleanse the trees entirely in this way, especially the Einaller branches; and hence the in sect should be fought at the time when the eggs are hatching, usually late in May or early in June, and the young lice crawling over the limbs, as then they are tender and easily killed. Hence, the time of hatching of the remnants left after the winter or spring scraping should be watched, and, while the young larvae are active, the twigs should be brushed with a strong solution of soft soap and washing-soda, made by reduc ing soft-soap to the consistency of a thick paint by the addition of a strong solution of washing soda in water, or sprayed with a solution of washing-soda in water, made by dissolving half a pound or more In a pailful. Painting the twigs and branches with linseed oil has also been tried with suc- As a precautionary measure, every y...

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. — 6 April 1898

6 APRIL 8, THE ADVOCAf E AND NEWS. CONCERNING KANSAS BY J. W. MORPHY. CONVENTIONS. POFULI8T. Btate-(Plttco not named), June 15. ConBreBMloiml-Koiirth diMtriot, Kmporla, May 17. Hlxtn dlHtrlct, Hiulth Center, June 7. " Berenth " liutohlimoii, May 1H. HKl'UBLICAN. Btate Hutchlnon, June 8. UnnKreNKiunul-KlrNt district, Horton, April 12. " Hwoiid " Ottawa, May 3. " Third " Independence. Apr. 6. " Koulth " Kmporla. May 10. Klfth " Belleville, April 2H. Hlxtn " Belolt, Juuelli. " Heventh " llutchlnKun, May 6. Judlolal-Twenty-ihlrd dlHtrlct, Kllln, April 11. DKMOCHAT. Btate Atchison. . Comrrewilonal Fourth dlstrlot, Emporia, . I'KOIIIBITION. Btate Kmporla, June 7. A syndicate proposes to pipe gas from tola to Fort Scott. Sunday night brought a heavy rain to all parts of Kansas. Troy and St. JoBeph are to be con nected by telephone. Miss Ida Cochran was a candidate for City Clerk at Belolt. Some one tried to burn, the Sallna Union office last week. Ex-Governor Lewelling favors arbi tration ...

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. — 6 April 1898

THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. 189S. 7 th4 ev not flKhtlng for Bailey because he par ticularly llkea him but because he wants to demonstrate hla power by knocking out two Congressmen, at once. If he sue ceeda It will Increase hla power and make the rabble more subservient to him John Breldenthal, who keeps better posted on financial matters than any man In the Weet, says that more banks are liquidating In the East than In the West and that the West has more new banks organizing than the East, thus showing that the East is not the "whole thing." J. VV. deed makes the point that Gov ernor Leedy's roast of the Supreme court Is unbecoming because Field and liar lan. two of the Justices, were appointed by Abraham Lincoln. This leads Dea con Hathaway to observe that Jeaus Christ appointed Judas Iscariot as one of Ills disciples. Pastor J. F. Allen, of the Russell M. E church, has been transferred by the pre siding elder to Galatea, a hamlet which pays its preacher but J164 per year. He is out In ...

Publication Title: Advocate And News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 6 April 1898

3 THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. APRIL 6, .JJJ..J.J..JmJ1.J..JJ-J..JJJJJ..J-J..J..J-J..JJ...J..J..J...J-J..J.'JJi M-H-H i FIRESIDE SCRAP-BOOK jj i cles of wood are cither stowed below or thrown overboard lest the men be in jured by splinters. The origin of the Navy Department may bo said to date from October 13, 1775, when Congress authorized the equipment of two cruisers. The fastest vessels In the navy are the torpedo boats Porter and Fupont, each of which can travel 27.5 knots an hour. Dattlcsbips cost from $2,500,000 to f:.,750,000, and cruisers from JGOO.OOO to $.1,000,000. A good torpedo boat costs over 1 100,000. Battlewhips are for the heavy work; cruisers are commerce destroyers; moni tors are useful only for coast defense. The Indiana could Ho outaide Sandy Hook and throw 1,200-pound shots Into New York at the rate of four a minute. Those artists who show smoke in their pictures of naval battles are wholly wrong. Smokeless powder Is used. All of the cruisers are named in honor of ...

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. — 6 April 1898

THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. 1893. READING FOR THE YOUNG FOLKS By MABLE DICGS. A SLFEFY LITTLE SCHOOL. A funny old professor kept a school for little boyfl, And he'd romp with them in playtime, and he wouldn't mind their noine, 'While in his little schoolroom, w'.th Its head against the wall, oa a bed of such proportions it was big enough for oil. It's for tired littlo pupils," he explained, "for you will find .ow very wrong indeed it is to force a bud' ding mind. Whenever one grows sleepy and ho can't hold up his head I make him lay his primer down and send him off to bed. ''And sometimes it will happen on a warm and pleasant day, When the little birds upon the trees go tooral looral lay, When wide awake and studious it's difficult to keep, One by one they'll set a-nodding till the whole class is asleep. "Then before they're all in dreamland and their funny snores begin I clone the shutters softly so the sunlight can't nmim In. After which I put the schoolbooka in tholr or der on the Bhe...

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. — 6 April 1898

10 THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. APRIL 6, THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS fOB THE HOME SHOP AND f AMI OFFICIAL 1'APEK OF THE STATE OF KANSAS. Ptbtlabci Every Wedaeiday.it Toptka, from OEO. B. HARRISON & CO., Editors and Pkofrietohs. BitMortptfon Ktwi: On eoju one year by nail, $t. In cluim of ten or more, ly muit, one year, 76 cent emh. The (ulwirOMno rr of The Advocate and Newt art low. tMinuiU' tt'Ht he muie awl price fur nUhed on awlicatlon. No extra eluirae for tutu, etc The vuUiihc.r rencrve Uie, rtfjht to reject any Mijec.iwmuM aavertuina. The rauutn of im paver may eoruUlrr any advert Ue.menl whu-h a yean licre.ln a reitrejoiillna a firm whoe rclUUiU Uu ctm he vowjicaI for hit the vuitUxhrrn. 27ms Advocate wo exfahlMied in Ji, and wan eotutolUUited with The Katun New in IKJ7. The, Advocate and New in Uie ojfttial State, jxiper, and ha a larurr ctreuUUlon than anu other Kaiunu weeKlu umlih receive atwertvumeni. For information reaanlina ndimriptUnu anil adoenulna ralcn, muirc Offlce: THE A...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 6 April 1898

ll 1898. THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. CURRENT DISCUSSION BY EX-SENATOR PEFFER luai How Differently Hen Act In Emer gencies. Unless something unusual comes along some occurrence that jerks people out of the common humdrum of everyday life, we never know just who and what our neighbors are. Nothing brings the man out of men like emergencies. A fire In a country stack yard, or a village warehouse, will sometimes discover un suspected traits in people that we thought we knew all about. Army life develops an endless variety of phases of human character. The quiet, apparently listless, Indolent man in camp, who sees little to move him or anybody else, when drawn up with hla comrades In battle lino awaiting the enemy's advance, is usually the coolest and safest man in the company. He says nothing, neither about his courage nor his dinner, but he waits and faints not. The quarrelsome man In camp is hardly ever a good fighter in the field, and almost Invariably the braggadocio Is a coward when the...

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. — 6 April 1898

IS THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. APltIL 6. M-I-H-H- PUBLIC OPINION. lI' 'I LI"II"I' I Arkansas City Traveler: The assessor is on bis rounds, therefore prepare ;i 'KANSAS. ji to fill out your annual romance. Wichita Eagle: All Indications point in so saturated a spring that the Kansas firmer will need a submarine corn plau t tar. Wichita Beacon (Dcm.): If Coburn ? Wants to quit hens and steers and get wholly Into the society of hogs, let him I take up politics as a trade. ; Yates Center Advocate (Top.): A few of. the Democrats of this, the Fourth, ; dlt-trict are asking for a candidate for j Congress to be endorsed by the Populists, i Lawrence World (Hep.): The llutch- i inson News says that Major Hood gives liberally to every good cause. The boom j articles he Is receiving in a large number of papers bear out the assertion. :! McPherson Democrat (Dcm.): Gov 'i eruor Lcedy has made a clean, able ex I eeutlve, and deserves a renomlnatlon. j This he will get with practically no op position, a...

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