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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 24 August 1898

1893. THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. ia A' V Republicans Befriend Insurance Com panles. The Republican friendship for the In surance corporations has not developed In a day. The leaders have been inti mately connected with the affairs of in surance companies ever since the ad mission of the State. A little history In connection with this Is given in a let ter recently written by D. 0. McCray to Col. D. It. Anthony. In this letter Mc Cray calls attention to the fact that Mr. McNall is not the first Insurance Super intendent who has appointed examiners to investigate the condition of the com panies which have been admitted to do business in this State. Attention is also called to the fact that no examiners were appointed during the Morrill ad ministration, and that this was the case because of the friendship of Mr. Morrill and Superintendent George T. Anthony for the insurance companies. This friendship on the Governor's part was largely due to the fact that for twenty five years he had borro...

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. — 24 August 1898

THE ADVOCATE AtW NEWS. 14 AUGUST 24. 0 A V READING FOR THE YOUNG FOLKS The Pence of Kuropo. Europe In un aruittd camp. The echo of tint wintry 'b tramp In hoard by night In every town, Whlla on tho height grim earthwork! frown. The frontiers are hoded with steel. Their roadn ure ijrooved with cannon wheel. Now nrms aro foruod with murdurouB HkilL And every man in trainod to kill; With rifle Hhot or cannon 'h bwuth To strike from fur with Hidden death. Burling to Judgment thonu that live, Uxurplng Uod'H prerogative. And at the counter, dunk and till Merohnnta and chirks are Holdiors still, And.-llko the puppets In their box The showman tosMoa there and lockn, They will be taken forth some day To act in dreadful tragedy. When next tho battlo blunt is blown, Twill not be army corps alono. Whole nations in a niana shall rise And runh to bloody suorlflee, While from the sous their cannons roar To niiHwerlng cannon on the shore. Peace moans and toman in hnr sleep And thinks sho sees a sli...

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. — 24 August 1898

THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. 1838. is f ftj? for $ THE WOMEN O F THE FAMILY Mow Women Swear. A book might be written about the things the girl says when she "saya things." She does not recover from the habit, either, when she ceases to be a girl, though her expressions of disap proval of many things at large and her special present trouble In particular are apt to be sobered by time, says the New York Times. But woman or girl, the vocabulary of things that may be said without a very great disturbance of the feminine conscience in times of mental disturbance is comprehensive. It Is sad to relate that "darn" Is not an un known expression among refined femi ninity, although It is modified by never being used with an "it" following.which would give it an impious and unladylike sound. A Bostonese is responsible for the statement that this Is a favorite ex pletive of the Boston girl at home. It is also a Boston girl who in times of very great need remarks in excited tones, "My gracious dumb," a...

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. — 24 August 1898

THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. 16 AUOUST 24, Borrowed Smiles. Teacher (to pupil) "How old are you?" Pupil "Six." Teacher "When were you six?" Pupil "On my birth day." Truth. One Way. "Well, we remembered the Maine, didn't we?" "Yes, but I see you're one of thoae who had to wear a button In order to do It." Cleveland Leader. A Real Book-Lover. "What Is your Idea of a literary person ?" "Well, a literary person la one who buys books without asking whether they are to be had in paper back." Detroit Free Press. Encouragement. He "I wish I could occupy the first place In your heart, but I know that your admirers' name la le gion." The Coquette "Well, be good, and I'll I'll advance you ten numbers." Puck. FOR 8ALH OK EXCU A NU K. Three nloe eluhtr or.fnn HOperaore; Improved; wantTopeka property. Munr suburban bomei, away down, on long time. Any number of acres you want, clone to the city, on long time at ( ueroent. Several farms, at i'lU per Kire, from 40 to 210 acres, well Improved, lonif time. ...

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. — 31 August 1898

Devoid to ttoTi 3hop and the to" Tenth Year, No. 35. OFFICIAL STATE fAPKK. SI YUAK. TOPEKA, KANSAS, AUGUST 31, 1898. KVKKY WKDNKNOAT. 1'lilCK 11VK CK.MTH. Our Peace Commissioners. The Secretary of State, Two Senators, a Journalist and a Justice of the Supreme Court Are Chosen and Have Accepted. ONLY LUZON IS WANTED. Washington, August 27. Justice Ed ward Douglas White has accepted the offer of an appointment to be a member of the peace commission and that body is now complete. The appointment of Justice White fixes the Identity of the five members Day, Davis, Frye, White law Reid and White. The tender of a place on the commis sion to Whitelaw Reid was a surprise, but it is believed this place was offered him as a compromise. Mr. Reid, as is well known, desired to be named as Am bassador to Great Britain, but the Pres ident was not inclined to make the ex periment. When Justice White was first talked of it was thought that the fact that Chief Justice Fuller and Justice Brewer will be...

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. — 31 August 1898

THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. 9 AUGUST 31, Boyle Talks State Politics. The People Warned Against Pyrotech nlcal Displays Intended to Divert Attention from Real Ques ' tlons at Issue. SWAPPINd HORSES A BAD IDEA. The Seventh district campaign was opened at Wichita on the evening of the 24th by Attorney General Boyle. The audience was one of the largest that ever assembled In Wichita, and Mr. Boyle's address was received with un stinted applause and enthusiasm. It Is Impossible to reproduce Mr. Boyle's npeech In full, but some of the good things may be repeated. He told his hearers that a political campaign should have a deeper purpose than the mere dramatic display of Interested candi dates. He said that the people should look further and should remember that principles and measures are above men. The questions to be discussed In this campaign are simply business proposi tions In which the people are interested. The people were warned against the party or the Indlvlduaf that sought by the py...

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. — 31 August 1898

THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. 1838. 0 Gen. Miles Criticises Alger. The Secretary of War Is Charged With Ignoring Recommendations That Were Necessary for Sol diers' Health. MILES' CAMPAIGN NEGLECTED. The Kansas City Star's correspondent at Ponce, Porto Rico, sends to his paper an extended story which throws con siderable light on the military opera tions at Santiago. This article tends to show that General Miles and Secretary Alger are not on the most pleasant terms. Miles refers to the telegram which was published at Washington In which General Shatter was notified that the coming of General Miles did not in any way affect or supersede him in com mand. General Miles says that his ar rival at Santiago affected the command of the troops only as the arrival of a colonel at a camp commanded by a cap tain would affect it. He was higher in rank and of course became the com manding officer, and while the impres sion was held out to the people of the country that General Shatter was still in comma...

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. — 31 August 1898

THE ADVOCATE AM NEWS. AUGUST 31, CONCERNING KANSAS 'lll1hllh..., 1 I 9l "";D;;'J!!,.':""'," BY J. W. MORPHY. H. B. Fleharty announces that he will hereafter be a Democrat. The Prohibition State central com mittee met In Topeka last week. Ellis county Is as sure to elect a Dem ocrat ticket as Decatur Is to elect Popu lists. The Republican State headquarters is located In rooms occupied by a joint un til this summer. Kansas has 149 distinct species of weeds, besides as many more which are not yet classified. Charlie Lobdell has been appointed by the Republican State committee to man age the speakers' bureau. Arkansas City has decided, by a vote of Its people, to issue bonds and erect a municipal waterworks plant. Oberlln will have a big soldiers' re union September 7, 8 and 9. Governor Leedy will speak on the last day. Wilson county Populists came within a few votes of nominating ex-Congressman Jeff Hudson for Representative. Ex-State Auditor Van B. Prather is one of the incorporators...

Publication Title: Advocate And News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 31 August 1898

5 1838. Cfy f .ry (i f yrv (,f try -T " ff v'' v v'VllW'U' O C :w U v C 4 v v'ii' GENERAL NEWS NOTES o THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. () o o Dawson City, Alaska, has a population of 16,000. The cruiser Topeka has been ordered to Boston. It requires $71,000,000 to run New York city for one year. Hobson is to be at the national G. A. R. encampment at Cincinnati. Italy's navy, which was once third in Importance in the world, Is now the tenth. Up to August 20 about one-fourth of the bond issue had been sent out to sub scribers. Japanese newspapers say that Japan wants to buy the Ladrones for their fish industries. The fall festivities in many cities of the country are to be called peace jubi lees this year. All of the bonds issued for war pur poses will not reach the purchasers until early in October. The earnings of the Santa Fe for July were $479,093, an increase of $14,935 over the previous year. Missouri Republicans, favor annexation of all necessary naval and coaling sta tions In the Pacif...

Publication Title: Advocate And News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 31 August 1898

0 THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. AUGUST 31, V IB 14 A I I M ( rraciicn! r arm noies From Actual Experience. 1 Agriculture Is the Most Healthful, Most Useful, and Most Noble Employment of Man." GeorRO Washington. Range for Fowls. It Is claimed that ten geese will eat aa much grass as a cow and that 200 hens will destroy the grass on an acre of ground. Thin la probably all true, and It emphasizes the fact that fowls have need of the range. Grass is the cheapest food that the farmer can grow for cither fowls or animals and they should not be denied an abundance of this cheap, nutritious and wholesome food. Kansas Cows. The Kansas Agricultural College has taken up a new line of experiment, and we shall watch with much Interest for the results. They have purchased a herd of good average Kansas cows, weighing from 1,000 to 1,100 pounds, and not particularly of the dairy typo as it is understood, but such as many good farmers in that State and others must rely for their principal stock. American C...

Publication Title: Advocate And News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 31 August 1898

1893. 7 THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. AWNLESS BROME GRASS. Valuable and Remarkable Characteristic Observed In Test. Two notable claims advanced for BrouiuH inermis, commonly known as Binooth, anulesa or Hungarian brome grass, are its excellent endurance of Hummer heat ami drought and its ability to grow on comparatively poor and hard soil. This is a perennial grass with creep ing root stalks that send up erect, etrong, smooth stems from to 4 feet high, with a free growth of leaves, and boars an abundance of seed. It has been well recommended for light soils in ro gions subject to extremes of temperature or long periods of drought, where tho finor grasses do not thrive. Some years ago the South Dakota station said of smooth brome grans that it was tho best grass yet tried at that station, catching well where properly sown, giving a good sod the first year and a fair yield of hay in favorable seusons. T1k for age, though coarse, was considered ot excellent quality and under ordinary circumst...

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. — 31 August 1898

THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. 8 AUGUST 31, THE ADVOCATE ,,,'SL AND NEWS SHOP AND FAR OFFICIAL. PAVER OF THE STATE OF KANSAS. Pnb!lihcd Every Wednesday, at Topekt, from. dEO. B. HARRISON & CO., EOITOng AND Pbopriitoks. AnbMrlptlon Rttm:-t)ne com one yenr by moil, $1. In elulu of ten or more, by mall, one year, 75 cent inch. The advertirtng rate of The Advocate and Newt ore Una. Ktlimate villi he ttuule ami price fur niehed on application. No eitra charye for cui, eta. The pnblUher reserve the riyht to reject any objectionalle admrtMny. The reader of thU paper may consider any advertisement which aw- Ittart herein an represent Inu a firm wlwe relUMl ty ean be vouchel for by the putilMier. The Advocate wo eJaldMwl in imn.andwa eomolUUiUd vHth The Kama New in IM7. The Advocate and New U the offlcM State jxtper, and hat a laryer clrcuUUion than any other Kama weekly which receive wlvertUe.ment. For information regarding nulmription and advcrtUiny rate, atUlre Office: THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS, ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 31 August 1898

THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. 1898. are a few men in all parties who have thought on these things to good advan tage, and the present warden of the . , penitentiary la one of them. What else is there in the leaflet? A most startling statement to come from a Republican source: "During July, August and September of 1897 the miners of the country were in a struggle for their rights." How does this line up with the attitude of the Republican press toward the striking miners in 1897? With one accord they upheld the operators, defended the Hazelton massacre and misrepresented the cause of the men shot down in cold blood by Sheriff Martin's deputies. They and their interests are on the side of mammon. On the other hand, why is it that every bulletin in the American Federationist or sent out by the American Federation of Labor has the foot-note, "Labor and reform papers please copy?" Because the editor of the reform paper and the cause he rep resents are eternally protesting against a condition of...

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. — 31 August 1898

THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. 10 AUGUST 31, gr --------- ; is; PUBLIC OPINION v l . : gA?$3-? 5 S -P -S - -5 --1 -S -- -3 -j IN The Atchison Cham- GENERAL raiiroad companies set out to control the courts It la time to teach the railway managers to attend strictly to their own business. Wichita Beacon: So sacred Is the right of a free ballot held In this coun try, that a man Is often allowed to nurse monopoly and aid trusts and corpora rations by voting the Republican ticket It Is Indeed a free country as far as the ballot goes. Topeka Journal: The question of the future of all our recently acquired terri tory probably could be settled amicably and with satisfaction to everybody really concerned, by consulting the wishes of the Inhabitants of that terri tory themselves. Wichita Beacon: When the civilized nations want to grab an Island, or domi nate an Oriental race, they put It on the ground of benefiting the poor hea then. In the end the heathen disap pears from the face of the earth, and ...

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. — 31 August 1898

THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. 1898. ll READING FOR THE YOUNG FOLKS By MABLE DICCS. said, 'Why, those poor hens! they haven't been fed since morning.'" "Coc-a-doo-dle-doo!" said the rooster; and nobody asked him to stop crowing. -Outlook. The Children's Gold. After Walt Whitman. Is not tho kind doled out by misers, Not bard and smooth; yellow, but not coldj Milled, maybe, and stamped, but not glitter ing Not the Vind that makes men sell the truth. Oh, no the children's gold! The kind that mossy banks pay out when spring declares a dividend And children meet, all wildwood mad, In laughing rout, every day a holiday ; The kind flung out so recklessly by tho giddy spring, rockletts comptroller of the cur rency, Flung out all day without a thought of order book or ohock. And lawless children bear it away The star eyod darlingal How much know they Or care about tho fluctuations of the market, With acres of bullion stacked tp In tho green gratis? To thum a day is a day ah, yes! of grace, And every...

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. — 31 August 1898

THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. 12 AUGUST 31, f THE WAGE EARNER f ? 4 P O O 'J 4 O S O O 4 O ' - ? " Gompers Opposes Annexation. At the national conference called to consider the future foreign policy of this country, President Gompers was in vited to speak, and In the course of his remarks he said: "I have been Invited as a wage-earner and a representative of labor, to address this conference upon the subject for which It Is called, and It Is not unfair to assume that the reason which prompted the Invitation was the desire to learn as nearly as possible the view which the organized wage-earners of the country hold regarding this, at present, all ab sorbing question. "We have annexed Hawaii and ap pointed a committee to determine the form of Its government. How many of our people are aware that of less than 100,000 inhabitants of Hawaii 50,000 are contract and practically slave laborers; that of these there are 80 per cent. Chi nese and Japanese, and about 20 per cent. Portuguese from the Az...

Publication Title: Advocate And News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 31 August 1898

THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. 1898. 13 (Published August 31, 1S98.) Appellate Court Syllabi. In the Kansas Court of Appeals, Southern Department, Eastern Division. No. 492. C. L. Ilaun, appellant, vs. The State of Kansas, appellee, Error from Crawford County. AFFIRMED. Syllabus. Dy the Court. Milton, J. 1. Chapter 143, Laws of 1897, entitled "An act to secure to laborers and others the payment of their wages, and prescribing a penalty for the violation of this act, and repealing sections 2441, 2442 and 2443 of the General Statutes of im, and all acts and parts of acts In conflict herewith," Is held to apply only to corporations and trusts that severally employ ten or more persons, 2. The title of said act Is held not to con flict with the first clause of Section 16, Article 2, of the State Constitution, which provides that no bill shall contain more than one subject, which shall be clearly expressed In Its title. 3. Said act is not In conflict with Section 17, Article 2, of the State Const...

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. — 31 August 1898

THE ADVOCATE AM NEWS. 14 AUGUST 31. In the Kansas Court of Appeals, Southern Department, Eastern Division. No. 330. The Southwestern Mineral Railway Conv pany, plaintiff In error, The Labette Land Improvement Company. defendant in error. Error from Cherokee County. AFFIRMED. Per Curiam. An examination of the record In this case discloses no error sutllelent to require reversal of the Judgment. The Judgment of the District court is affirmed. A true copy. Attest: W. O. CHAM PR, ISeal. Clerk. By E. L. Eaton, Depu'y, In the KansaH Court of Appeals, Southern Department, Eastern Division. No. 329. The Southwestern Mineral Railway Com pany, plaintiff In error, vs. Mary E. Newman, defendant In error. Error from Cherokee County. AFFIRMED. Per Curiam. No error appearing In the record the judgment of the District court is atllrmed. A true copy. Attest: W. O. C1IAMPE. Seal. Clerk. By E. L. Eaton, Deput. In the Kansas Court of Appeals, Southern Department, Eastern Division. No. 322. The Southwes...

Publication Title: Advocate And News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 31 August 1898

THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. 1898. 15 pany for the use of passengers, and Is In jured by reason of the defective platform, held, that this court cannot declare as a matter of law that the pasHenger was neg ligent, or that the obligation of the com pany to provide Hafe parage had been ful filled, or that the relationship of passenger to the company, for tho time, ceased. 2. The evidence considered: Held, that the factH are not so undisputed or so defi nitely found by the Jury, as would Justify the trial court In instructing tho Jury to returi a verdict for defendant, or to ren der Judgment on special findings. 3. Unless the facts are undisputed, or are definitely found by the Jury, and only one conclusion can reasonably be drawn there from, negligence Is a question for tho Jury; and where the question Is submitted under proper Instruction as to the law, and the findings und verdict are sustained by com petent evidence, the Judgment will not be disturbed by this court. Attest: I Seal. W. 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. — 31 August 1898

THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. 10 AUGUST 31, 1S98. Borrowed Smiles. Hla Plea. "No," she Bald, "you are not Buch a man as I would bave thought of chooBlng for ray htwband.' That may be," he replied, "but I thought, seeing you had got beyond the point where choosing was possible, that you might consent to." But he never finished. Cleveland Leader. A gentleman calling at a hotel, left hU umbrella In the stand In the hall, with the following Inscription attached to It: "This umbrella belongs to a man who can deal a blow of 250 pound weight. I Bhall be back In ten minutes." On returning to seek his property, he found In Us place a card thus inscribed: "This card was left Dy a man who can ruii twenty miles an hour. I shall not ccme back." FOB 8 A LB OK EXCIIANOK.-Threo nice elhty sorsfarnis (H) per acre; Improved; waut Topeka property. Manr lubiirbno homes, away down, on longtime. Any number of anres you want, close to the olty, on long time at H percent. Heveral farm, at ftU) per aore, from 40 t...

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