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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 12 October 1898

I Devoid (p me 5e3r Interests or the tyne, the 3to And the Farm , he the stop and the farm 1 I , I ' ' ' A'.- i'r'y.:J '. Jul Tenth Year, No. 41. 8yteaatke. TOPEKA, KANSAS, OC'llBER 12, 1898. EVKKY WKDNKSDAY. l'UICK V1K CKJNT8. The Blunders of Shatter. Criminal Incompetency of the Man Whom Alger Selected to Lead the Santiago Campaign. SOME STARTLING TRUTHS. The truth is coming out about General Shafter, the man who was pushed for ward in the Santiago campaign simply because he is a friend and crony of Alger and his advancement would help Alger at home. Shafter has always been a miserable failure, and his manifest un fitness checked his efforts for promotion until Alger was made Secretary of War. But Shafter was boosted up to the front, and there is a stench as a result It is exposed by the highest authorities, by men who have no personal or polit ical motives to gratify, and through pub lications of the highest rank and respec tability. Harper's Magazine and Scribner's Magazine for ...

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. — 12 October 1898

THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. 9 OCTOBER 12. Judge Martin Speaks Out. Ex-Chief Justice David Martin dives His Opinion on the Austin Re. publican Letter About the Stock Yards Cases. THE TRUTH OF THE MATTER. A reporter for the Advocate and News asked Judge David Martin If he had no ticed that an attack had been made on Attorney General Boyle's work In the stock yards case. He said that he had. "Have you ever been misled," he con tinued, "by an attractive head-line and commencement, Into reading most of a patent medicine advertisement before dlHcovering Its true character and throw ing aside the newttpaper in disgust? Such was my first Impression on reading the long article of Mr. Austin on the stock yards case. It starts off as a legal criticism, only to end In a political dia tribe against an able and efficient public officer, who Is a candidate for re-election upon a ticket evidently not of the critic's choice." "What is your opinion about its mer its?" "A mere lawyer is hardly justifiable ...

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. — 12 October 1898

THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. Prof. Joseph D. Harper. The regents of the Kansas Agricultu ral College have chosen Mr. Joseph D. Harper, M. S., late junior professor of civil engineering In Rose Polytechnic Institute, at Terre Haute, Ind., to fill the chair of mechanics and engineering, left vacant by the resignation of Pro fessor Hood. Mr. Harper is a graduate as well of the Rose Polytechnic, of the class of '91. This i3 the same institution from which Professor Hood came. Since graduation, Mr. Harper has been en gaged in engineering and in teaching, his experience covering a wide range of engineering work. The President of Rose Polytechnic says of him: "Mr. Harper stood high in his class, and in his subsequent work has shown marked ability. His present position is rather due to his taste for teaching; otherwise in the practice of his profession he would find better finan cial remuneration. He has been very successful as instructor, combining good theoretical knowledge with past practi cal...

Publication Title: Advocate And News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 12 October 1898

4 OCTOBER 12, THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. CONCERNING KANSAS . .Hiu" Topeka needs more school buildings. Coffeyvllle'a new paper is now In oper ation. The Abilene State bank has been opened. George R. Peck will preside at the Chi cago peace Jubilee. The Anti-Horse Thief Association Is meeting at Cofteyvllle. Iola's new dally favors the city own ership of the gas plant. Lead and zinc ores have been discov ered near Arkansas City. Kansas colleges are generally report ing Increased attendance. Dr. L. L. Uhls has been appointed a pension examining surgeon at Paola. Two unknown men were killed In a Missouri Pacific wreck near Hiawatha Thursday. The thirty-fifth annual meeting of the Presbyterian synod begins at Hutchin son to-morrow. Natural gas has been discovered In Sedgwick county since Dave Leahy re turned to Wichita. Miss Emma Kelly, daughter of H. B. Kelly, Is on her way back to Topeka from the Klondike. Leavenworth's oldest inhabitant, Jacob Vealezenske, died Friday at the age of 105. H...

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. — 12 October 1898

THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. 1893. 5 Our Republican Candidate for Super Intendent. A third-grade certificate on the Inside, and a "hair mattress" on the outside. "The white balls elect and the black reject; brethren, be careful how you ballot." Boyle's Speech at Columbus. (Continued from pajre 1.) plain of; It Is the deeds of omission. Why Is it that In this very audience there are scores of gray-haired men who were teal ously supporting the Republican ticket when that party was making these laws? It is because the policy and the principles of the Republican party have shifted In their course. It Is because from a tendency to uplift the masses the disposition has been to elevate the classes. You men who have voted the Republican ticket left it because In your Judgment the Republican party was not true to its original mission. It is true we are all Interested in the past. We love to read of glorious deeds of par ties as well as of men. But, my friends, we cannot support existence upon the ...

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. — 12 October 1898

6 THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. OCTOBER 12, radical From Actual Experience. s Farm Notes I S "Agriculturfl Is the Most Healthful, Most Useful, and Most Noble Employment ot Man." W George Washington. Roy Dean. The Kansas Agricultural college la ex perimenting with eoy beans with vary satisfactory results. The crop this year haa been harvested and tho lightest yield on the poorest land was seven bushels per acre, while ground of medium fer tility produced twelve bushels per acre. Severe drouth Just as the beans were forming lightened the crop or the yield would have been much greater. I'liim Tree. Plum trees have been extensively planted In this country during the last ten years. The greatest enemy of this valuable fruit seems to be the curculio which cuts a hole through the skin of the Immature fruit, In which It deposits an egg that hatches Into a worm which causes the fruit to fall and decay. Wood ashes sprinkled on the ground under the tree while In bloom haa been found use ful In preven...

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. — 12 October 1898

7 1893. THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. WORKING FOR RESULTS. Definite PurpoM In Poultry C altar and Kffort Toward Perfection. Every poultry brecdor should have a definite purpose in view. It is not enough to breed for the best which may come from present matings. There ihould be an outlook toward the future. It is something to be able to keep one's stock up to the quality it possessed when it came into the hands of the riHZK BARRED PLYMOUTH ROCK. breeder, but it is not what any good breeder should be satisfied to da He should strive to improve. Each year he should expect his birds to be a little nearer perfection than they were the year before, and if his expectations are not realized he should not be dis couraged and should not abate one jot or tittle from them. He should work for results. To work successfully for results one should have in the first place a clearly defined ideal. If his ideal is hazy, it will lead him a long journey before its attainment, because, not knowing just what he ...

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. — 12 October 1898

THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. 8 OCTOBER 12. THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS FOB Till HOME SHOP ANDFAPM OFFICIAL PAPEE OF TUB HTATJE OF KANSAS. PabUslhed Every Wednesday, at Tcpeka, Kanus GEO. B. HARRISON & CO., EDITOB8 AND PuOPRHTOKB. Rmbnerlptlon lUtmii One copy one year by matt, . In elul)t of ten or more, by mail, one year, 7fl cent each. The advertirtna rait of The AdvocAte and Newt are low. KttimatsM will he made and pries fur viehed on apidie.atlon. No extra charye fur cute, etc. The puIAUhert reecrve the riyht to reject any lihtffAinnnlil adoertmna. Tne reaaen nr inw paper may consider any advertisement which an peart herein ae reitrcecntina a firm whim rclUuM itv can be vouchal for by the pwnunen. The Advocate wa cetalilwwA in 1HH9, and woe tontolUlaUd with The Kamum New in 1HW. The Advocate and Newt U the official State paper, and hat a laryer circulation than any other Kaneae Wf 'My which receive advertUememt. For information regarding subscription and aavertmna rates, aanrent oace: TH...

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. — 12 October 1898

THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. 1S93. 9 M-H-HI 1 1 I I II I liH't'lIW 4..H"I"!"1"H"1-1-H-H"H"1"1"I"I"I II Wlli COMPETITION. Key. F. M. Sprague In "Socialism From Genesis to Kevelatlon." f Its failure to meet the needs of the world as a system, and Its con X sequent passing for a better plan. What Is It tbat the scientific people tell us always happens In the struggle for exist ence ? Is it not that tne strongest Individuals and tne strongest races kill off the weakest ? Competition Is the struggle for existence, which is the law of the Inferior races, adopted as the law of Industrial society. Waxhiityton (Jhulden, D. D. Among -the causes of socialism, compe tition stands pre-eminent Competition is the hub of the present industrial wheel. Work, wages and prices revolve around it. Labor economically consid ered is a commodity bought and sold like wheat. Competition exists in connection with buying and selling. It exists be tween laborers seeking work; that is, seeking to buy money with labor. ...

Publication Title: Advocate And News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 12 October 1898

THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. 10 OCTOBER 12, FOR HOME READING A Womin'i Life. I live to hull that season, By gifted niimU foretold. When men shall live by reuiaon And not alone by gold ; When, man to trmn united And every wrong thing righted, The whole world shall be lighted An Eden whh of old. I live for thorn) who love me, For thotw who know me true, For the heaven that smiles above me, And awaits my spirit, too, For thn i'iiuho thiit larks anKlstiinrc, For the wrong that not d ) nv-inluuce, For the future In the distance And the good tluit I cun do. I live to learn their story Who've suffered for my Huka, To emulate thulr glory And follow In their walco Bards, putrioU, martyrs, suges, The noble of all agon, WhoM deeds erown hlHtory's pages And time's great volumo make. (). L. Bunks. An Amateur Peacemaker. llles Jesaie Schley, the Milwaukee young woman wlo gained notoriety by attempting to personally negotiate peace with the queon regent of Spain, ia a sentimental enthusiast who has attr...

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. — 12 October 1898

11 1893. THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. l-l-I- I-l-I-l-l-l-I -M I II III1 M-I-H- THE WORK OF THE FARM ERS' ALLIANCE. HV SlltS. I MM A THOl'UNCU, President of the Kansas Slate Alliance. 4I-HIM-H-H-H"IHII-H-H-l-H" From Its earliest Inception the Alli ance principles have equalized condi tions among men of all avocations. Through its teachings agriculture and kindred pursuits have been placed upon a higher plane and Its position defined as worthy the respect and approbation of all thinking people. The gulf between city and country has been bridged by blending their common interests and men are drawn together to exchange the courtesies of life and thus cement the ties of true brotherhood, which exist among all men if we are children of a universal Divine parent. Its teachings were the first visible means of uniting the North and South. The Mason and Dixon line received its first intimation of utter insignificance in sep arating people who were a unit in pur pose to elevate and protect the agric...

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. — 12 October 1898

THE ADVOCATE AND KiSWS. 13 OCTOBE3 13, A Young Lite THE WAGE EARNER i 'wSvu'Sv j o 5 o i o i o o ? o o o v ? & u - j Jlovement for a'.Unlversal Label. At the convention of the International Typographical Union at Syracuoe, N. Y., .this week, Miss Nellie Chlldera, dele gate elect from the Des Moines unlon.wlll present a plan for the adoption of a universal union label. The I. T. U. will be asked to adopt these resolutions: "Resolved, fly the International Ty pographical Union: "1. That the I. T. U. hereby stands pledged to the support of the principles represented by the union label of all recognized trade organizations. "2. To make the benefits to bo derived from the label greater and more certain, we believe It to be of the utmost Im portance that organizations standing for the same principles should have the same label design In common. To this end the delegates of the I. T. U. to the A. F. of L. are hereby instructed as follows: They shall propose to the convention of the A. ...

Publication Title: Advocate And News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 12 October 1898

THE ADVOCATE ADD NEWS, 1833. (Published October 13, 18J8.) Supremo Court Syllabi. No. 10588. William Matney va. James Logan Linn and Sally Ann Matney. Error from Shawnee County. REVERSED. 8yllabu3. By the Court. Johnston, J. L Under the laws of Kansas there may be a valid, consensual marriage between persona capable of assuming the marriage relation, who, In pursuance of an agree ment, live together In good faith, aa hus band and wife. 2. The court look with favor upon ante nuptial agreements In marriage settle ments, ana generally hold that they are to bo liberally interpreted, so aa to carry out the purposes of those engaging in them. 3. The marriage settlement In question examined, and it Is held, that considering the circumstances of the parties and of the case, Us provisions are reasonable and Just, and should be enforced. 4. Where the complete legal title to the homeaiead la In the wife the contingent In terest ot the husband doea not rise to the rantc of an estate; nla lnteie...

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. — 12 October 1898

THE ADVOCATE AND HEWS. 14 OCTOEEII 12, Clover was right; but it was very queer. And that is how It came about that It', HIGHEST GRADE CACKiNf 'nf C til on T toruM and condition ' ,'(JtUj Batata at everywhere. Jfo ' ' jfull brtt'iila.ri tod ai Stwtef MukiM Cat . mtrm luda Kit thlm a.l. uut and CMld fc the little red apple went to school again And this time was Its last, for Margaret and Clover ate up every speck, even to , :j KOSbUCK CO. (!) OMMlir Knmm I Ml, CiuUfiO, UJm the seeds. Youth's Companion. nm ..trVJ.'i'.Ki.-.i-1. v i j READING FOR THE YOUNG FOLKS Dy MABLE DICCS. "Bear Ye One Another'! Burdens." If any little word of ours Can mike one Ufa the brighter, If any little song of ours May make one heart the lighter, God help us apeak that little word And take our bit of tinging And drop it in tome lonoly vale To not the eohoea ringing. If any little love of onra Can make one life the sweeter, If any little care of ours Can cake one step the fleeter, If any little help may ease T...

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. — 12 October 1898

THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. IMS. FOR Y 3 THE WOMEN K OF THE FAMILY g y The Mocking Bird. Winged mimic of the woods, thoa motley fool, Who shall thy gay buffoonery doner 1 bet Thine ever ready notes of ridicule Pursue thy fellows still with lent and gibe. Wit, sophist, songster, Yoriok of thy tribe. Thou sportive satirist of nature's Bchool, To thee the palm of scoffing we ascribe, Archmocker and mad abbot of misrule 1 For such thou art by day ; but all night long Thou pour'st a soft, sweet, pensive, solemn strain, As if thou didst in this thy moonlight song, Like to the meluncholy Jacques, complain, Musing on falsehood, folly, vice and wrong And sighing for thy motley coat again. -R. H. Wilde. A Sea Fight. Only three guns are in use. One Is directed by the oaptain himself against the enemy's mainmast. Two well served grape and canister silence his musketry and clear his decks. Tops alone second the fire of this little bat tery, especially the maintop. They hold out bravely during the who...

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. — 12 October 1898

THE ADVOCATE AHD NEWS. 10 OCTOBEH 12, 1833. Borrowed SmJles. the man who can say "yes" and "no" at tha right time has the greatest com mand of language. Tlt-Bita. Chappie "Barbah, how long will I have to wait for a shave 7 Barber "Ob, about two years." Truth. "How much of a standing array have we, papa7" "Very small, my boy. Most of It's lying down." Cleveland Tlaln Dealer. "Ia your eon up In tho history of the dark ages?" "I guess he is. H' usu ally up most o' the night" Cleveland Plain Dealer. In the Asylum. Visitor "What's the matter with that one?" Attendant "He persists liu. cheering for Alger." Brooklyn Life. Judge "You say the defendant turned and whistled to the dog. What fol lowed?" Intelligent Witness "The dog." Cleveland Plain Dealer. The Kind Lady "So you are a hero of the tented field?" Weary Watklns "Yessum, I was one of the best In the circus at one time. Indianapolis Jour nal. "Dan's a heap o' callln' fings by dah wrong names In dla worl" said Uncle Eben. "Lots o fol...

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. — 19 October 1898

V J " f if y. '' Jj Devoted to the 6esr Interests or the Home, the Shop and the arm Tenth Year, No. 42. OFFICIAL STATU FAFKK. ! YICAK. TOPEKA, KANSAS, OCTOBER 19, 1898. 0 EVKRY WKDNTSUAY. l'KKK FIVE CKJNTi. "Chester" is Simpson's Toy, Jerry Is Having a Very Easy Time Getting Back to Congress From the Seventh. REPUBLICANS WILL STAY HOflE Jerry Simpson is having an easy time with "Chester." The dissatisfaction among the Republicans over Long's nom ination has been increasing rather than diminishing. One of them who knows the district thoroughly and who is as good a Republican as there is in Kan sas, has written his opinion as follows for the Advocate and News. As he is a minister of the gospel his name Is with held at his request: "In a recent issue of the Kansas City Journal there appeared the following statement by R. H. Faxon, of Newton: The Republicans of the Seventh are thoroughly united, and the rumors cir culated to the effect that there is some dissatisfaction among the Republ...

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. — 19 October 1898

THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. OCTOBER 15, Miners Defend ED Their Rights. , Bloody Battle at Virden, 131., Between Miners and Imported Negroes. FOURTEEN ARE DEAD. Virden, 111., Oct. 13. The expected clash between the miners and the Im ported negroes took place yesterday, re sulting in fourteen deaths so far, as fol lows: Ernest Kltterly, miner, of Mount Olive. Ellis Smith, miner, of Mount Olive. Ed Wash, minor, of Springfield. William Elue, miner, of Springfield. Ernest Kemler, miner, of Mount Olive. A. II. Drennman, miner, Glrard. Frank Bllyen, miner, Springfield. Ed Green, miner of Mount Olive, died in hospital at Springfield yesterday. Ernest Long, miner, Mount Olive, died in hospital at Springfield to-day. D. II. Klley, chief detective, Chicago. A. W. Carroll, guard on train, died In hospital at Springfield yesterday. Al W. Morgan, guard, Chicago, killed in stockade. Thomas Preston, guard, Chicago, killed at stockade last night. William Hermon, of Glrard, died at Springfield to-night. T...

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. — 19 October 1898

THE ADVOCATE AND HEWS. 1833. the company was supposed to have been dlssolyed. lie says that the commission has powers to examine all the books and papers of the trust He said he expected to have as witnesses besides Mr. Rocke feller, George Rice, an Ohio oil refiner, and Virgil Kline of Cleveland, a mem ber of the company. IT" MAJ. W. L. BROWN. Orand Lodge of Odd Fellows Meets. The Orand Lodge of Odd Fellows wa3 In session at Topeka last week. The next meeting will be held at Wichita. The Question of establishing an Odd Fellows' home will be submitted to a referendum of the subordinate lodges next May. The Insurance proposition was defeated by a vote of 208 to 152, The per capita as sessment for current ex penses was fixed at 5 0 cents. The Grand Secre tary's salary was raised from ?1,600 a year to 2,000. The Grand Secretary was instructed to make a collec tion of pic tures of Past Grand Mas ters at a cost not to exceed $10 each. A fifty-year veteran's Jewel was voted to the venerab...

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. — 19 October 1898

4 THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. OCTOBEU Is:. ATTITUDE OP THG PRESIDENT. Present JlcKlrtley Outlines Vltws of the Administration. President McKlnley has been making a Western tour. He spoke at the Trans Mississippi Exposition Wednesday, and fullj 100,000 people were on the grounds. Ills address is especially interesting as voicing the attitude of the admlnl3tra tlon on our future policy. He said; "One of the groat laws of Ufa In progress, i una nowhere have the principle! of this law been bo strikingly HluHtruted as In the United States. A century and a decade of our national life have turned doubt Into conviction; changed experiment Into dem onstration; revolutionized oid methods, and won new triumphs which have challenged the attention of the world. This is true not only of the accumulation of material wealtn and advance In education, science. Inven tion and manufactures, but above all In the opportunities to the people for their own elevation which have been secured by wise, free governm...

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