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Cedar Rapids Daily Republican (Newspaper) - November 15, 1898, Cedar Rapids, Iowa CEDAR RAPIDS DAILY REPUBLICAN VOL 28 CEDAR RAPIDS TUESDAY London Papers Think Must Hwt to Europe short time only will be necessary to her profiler sleeve Just as soon as all of the armor dads are ready they will proceed to Heads where they will nud be New York awaiting them Here he vessels will remain pending action as may Le as a SPAIN CONTINUES OBSTINATE Indications TKat She Will Ret use Give Up the FLEET FOR A FIGHT All Put In claM Be Sent lu J Jle la CUD U morning i comment editorially upon peace conference crisis the can naval preparations reiterating their conviction of Spanish opposition and recognizing thai the United Stales has practically no especially alter thf elections but complete annexation and if Spain continues obstinate the United States most send a fleet to Europe an action which no power hut Great Britain would welcome though none would be to interfere In Spain's SPAIN MAY BE MULISH Indications that She Will Finally ite cide Not lo OKe up Philippines Paris Nov has there will be no Joint session of the peace today Secretary Moore of the United sion from Secretary Ojeda of the Spanish commission this morning a note the Spanish Bioners found it Impossible to prepare memorandum for presentation and if the would be if owing to the late arrival from Madrid of expected data the Spaniards should request that toe deferred until Moore replied the were quite ready to accommodate tlie Spaniards la the matter and the Joint session was practically until thia de- lay it being regarded ao WAR TAX MUST REMAIN Chairman Says it Will Be for at Year Washington D C- Nor stales that tba war ULC will not abolished at the coming short session cf congress that there wilt lie no revision of the whatever it bases this announcement upon the positive statement made day by Chairman who In an interview The will need tor some time all the revenue produced by the war taxes During October the war expenditures exceeded ibe war some ami this month hey will bs in excess This being the case tbe act will continue In force and lay it preparing final aid H may of information received from General Tells of tions at Camp Thomas ALL PREPARATIONS FOR WAR Care fo Was Made Only a Minor DR HUIDEKOPER TESTIFIES Much Fault With lLo Colonels fur Wont 3 leu ll lo Act camp but the litter said he had I never attempted to locate the to the evil The chief trouWe teemed toi be that the attendants not dulled anil ibere were aa Insufficient cumber cf j men in the supply depart 10 j Shows tow the hospital instruct them that emly up to lime of his ar- rival the first duty had been conceived KO las in a t tonnr Washington D a Nov Dr to be to prepare for the war He by turning attention to taking care of the tnd if be de- served aay credit of his administration fe was for this change ment was apparently as for an epidemic as were the If you could do what you did couM not General Drooke doce the same thing two months Dr Connor asked I don't think he had the responded Tbe tions were probably more marked to me than to my my experience as inspector gentral had prepared me especially for conditions which might escape I gave an Illustration of defects of tbe system in which authority not well defined While of inspection at bef It Is hardly necessary to add there will be no revision of the farm i Eatlon The three months of congress will dealt with the con- mainly occupied In passing ai of tlon bills enacting laws for tto a Umc m He took and of at fore Ihc tie found a typhoid lyin regular army and deciding upon Io lh for c n eg- necessary for the government as to war in the general al the of From the present outlook i the session will be veil under to lo lhc fore tho treaty of peace with Spain will i laid before ho senate nnd the camps now brine of document may not he lhc have long before the j toe aso Dr R S at a ln l t I do not think an extra session 2 necessary or desirable unless ew issues arise We shall not know ICO treaty of peace has been of Slir fied what new possessions we are to i r In tnf but grew si hare and what legislation is Cr aaU he for them and even then no appeal fo General supplies ia a wagon outside the hospital who was admission until an order could be secured from chief surgeon of camp notwithstanding thai General hi command of the division ordered the man's Tie relation of this incident led to a line of concerning duties of Inspection General con- his testimony when the com- PRESENTS FOR CURZON Constituents Approval la Offerings Eng Nov The visit FOR THE Tiy Nov Bishop of Cincinnati occupied the chair at he afternoon session of the general missionary tee of Methodist These now be definitely stated they will not others were appropriated eign ft treaty of peace which yields 16 filthy The were responsible for this tion Dr with a few cai for the Porto Rico dition been At gave the sick Eign t treaty of peace which Spain no more Philippines thus far been offered or in- by Should the latter announce that the United Stales ia willies to re- Spain for her Pacific ex- in the Philippines the ish conini will reply that their mission ia finished Should this cur Jt will j surgest the of through the commission and resume negotiations between Madrid And Washington It -Is pointed Spanish co on era sighed a treaty IKK the Philippines without bly Spain's debt they could prospect of any political would sibly be in danger of The Spaniards will not declare the negotiations closed They Insist that the sovereignty oC Spain over the beyond bat announce Spain's to that sovereignty for an equivalent will in- vite under the Spanish of the protocol The may communicate final attitude to the Spaniards but JhB Americana are expected at a future meeting to Dakota ties Moi North Northwest Nebraska Northern Minnesota Northwest Iowa Northwest Kansas f 1.200 be f rcm the order had evaded o tha Third Illinois regiment whoW geon had persisted from start in breaking the spirit if rot the teller of the law Tho regiment sick at every it visited At he request Beaver Dr tlie particulars of his education -as a physician sums JD the ser PRICE OF SUGAR ADVANCED rican it New York Nov Tribune s stated at Deputy Surgeon General had to ply fcr the camp saying that to do so was to taa army referred frc morrow will The Sugar company the price the j in once lony to his liD the Imperialism to Be Groundless STRONG ADDRESS AT CHICAGO Imperialism and and la a destructive force that it draws from the productive energies land those who bear arms transforms not merely to a negative condition doing neither harm good in an industrial sense but to actively positive con- suming and annihilating is itie highest of to anil To my auditors who ate of the great civil vrar tLe words of Sherman one of our grandest tary leaders will accepted as an War is hell No more is it to be denied that the military spirit pure and simple peals to force and lo arbitrary power that this conflicts directly with the government of reason and intelligence and judgment which must obtain In a republic and that If It obtains full domination and sway It will substitute Itself for the government of reason and will overthrow H These are not to be fairly met by either underrating or understates them The Real Question Stated LH the be wiil be the magnitude of evils what is there of evil on the other sido lo counterbalance them ii ivc lo fear hut in the light of u patriotic de- termination to do what is best for terity as well as for tills brief hour and let the fewest evils determine our choice set our faces In the m ana Hh He fi for the world NATION MUST DO OR DIE Stall America and ern SocJety Army of the was held la the rooms uf Sherman this evening with a full attendance The feature of the evening was an ad- dress by Colonel Clark of Cedar Ids Iowa who spoke on imperialism AV T C U by the LOBE anJ Weary Struggle LENGTHY AWD BITTER DEBATE Vote 0128710 7 Alter Five Hours of Excited ATTACK ON ARMY CANTEEN omen In mil cers lo Coma rm for There is much alk abroad in the land concerning ly with a capital I Home of our ablest and most patriotic citizens have invented the term anil arc in a state or wild alarm at the implications they find in it as applied to our national affairs So in the land of dreams where Imagination reigns supreme and the reasoning faculties of the human mind are wholly dormant what us and what calamities appal Hut when the greets were trophies representing tbe union jack stars and India a later wood eald there never a viceroy of Indian was heartily approved by nation added that the charin and refinement of Lady who Is aQ American wilt adorn the Vice re- court The of Southport presented a silver bowl weighing over 200 a pair of gold spurs Lord CarroK in a bade farewell to his our people and There is war in this nation and in all nations continuously and Incessant ly There is the clash of selfish in- theadrancemenLof poses the of other interests and other purposes which are cd There ls the strife for wealth or for comfort or competence for advancement and for over our and now as in the days of Goldsmith where wealth cumulates men Is a poison in the veins of the body politic which is more deadly than the flow of blood which follows bullet II is undeniable that ag material heaps up riches about us there creeps in craft arid in their manipulation and control and corrupt methods are resorted to in dealings between man and man and In dealing St Nov of and ly bitter personal debating was sary before the W C T U- delegates came to a vote whether to abandon lemple project an affiliated Interest and Ly a cote ot 257 to 1L the temple fle opposition action de- clared it an act of repudiation of a moral obligation and fought in every way possible but the Interest ami the demands of leaders were against them At tae morning's session tho UDion resolutions It would work for tiie abolishment of ino canteen ta the army navy acd homes A letter was read from Heary Somerset stating it view thit the temple in Chicago was tea great an under- for the organization and that attempt to retain it might cause Henry it would be a monument to Miss lanl matter who might own It Mrs Mrce demanded that the ter written by Lady Henry test June ba read bat it was cot at hand and the matter went over This afternoon Sirs B read her report on ith tho vast aggregations of dollars of when churchyards yawn and graves itl of individuals and the the burden of which was a give lip their dead Is imperialism tne strong boxes of gigantic for tne of the temple a figment of the imagination such These corrupt methods spread a fitting memorial to Hiss may beset us In the broad light of the insidiously into public affairs and un- Tne inducted a letter from most placid and prosperous day or Is J public honesty and rectitude until the warfare for the a long era ol and Field dated November 35 in which he promised to extend such ob- ligations as he was in and may threaten public dangers addition to give in cash to the most appalling character t-y Pay obligations of Interest soon it an exiting or impending condition which threatens and disaster to the great republic as those assert whose have caught a glimpse of the gigantic adumbration which they cry out is already casting its all the land and over all its an appeal o reason and to in the of aid us In solving the haa bcen in direction and Total free institutions may he assailed It j auc ana In stock The annual not be said to illustrate the of the financial secretary Miss that that hour our midst H may fairly and j Usance on hand a year that the trend of recent Receipts during the EAGAN SUBMITS HIS REPORT He U C r port ot I Baffin commissary ot subsistence of the army submitted to the secretary of war It shows an of with of the of the bureau After giving In detail were sent lo Eagan Thus It win be seen duo diligence was used by the general t-I n plating ho subsistence stores within the of operating against Santiago Upon landing in Cuba loess stores of the expedition were Uon spiles of warfare in days o i peace which inheres hi on man human nature has Ife The recording Mrs Fn its essence acd when resolved in- perils which arc arrested and man read the report of tbe action tif to its this notion ol to higher and to i the executive committee adverse to is the apprehended loftiest type of patriotism and un- temple and Mrs Chambers of ance of militarism in the affairs of Devotion of republic of seventy millions of people j anri mankind In Ibis condition which has now become a pure trump of war may arouse the conn Pennsylvania moved Ha adoption Tho discussion was then up and a motion to have a Tea It is asserted that from its ignominious condition j nay vole finally 197 to US tlon en- of sain into report of the credentials a rule nf force over it that this I common cause anil the j tee was called for and showed t Philadelphia Nov Kuos inspector Is directly contrary to the genius of our reft institutions and that the reflex action upon our domestic conditions will tend to establish rule by force in midst more and more era dually transforming our ment until rule by the will ot the ple Is subverted and we share be fate of the republics ot antiquity have thus in ruin and annihilation Predicted said furthermore that the of such territory places us tiers of the general who was In prompt control of in that will embroil us In the affairs After quoting a number of official of continental Europe and of Asia common good stir up heroic acts in of 3M and officers present spirits and no anew to vote and purest standards of action Mr old listen to these words will to their truth and witl join with me in ing that of not In new relations to the other nations of I Such fi view Is not justified by Rook ol Ages was sung br delegates Miss Dow of Maino reported naM in on tho lemple trust fund The general was then the than a war of craft lo adopt of the i la the temple Is it likely when such a war ho tc no longer an interest to the union Huffman made an and the dangers of rule by force eloquent argument In support of the in swav hat they will not committee after which the now o with those deters were limited t their enters the general will ultimately do the same as tc It Is evident that the j Africa which will evidently be of stores as with gigantic strides by the Eur- onr past Ts not to three debate iii the memory of Miss was invoked by both sides Finally READY FOR A FIGHT Stales Navy In ShouM Spain Be Ugly New NOT The Herald's Washington special Instructions have been given by Secretary to fit officials of the navy yard at Brooklyn prohibiting them from commencing any new work on the In North Atlantic waters on hem a re ed It Is expected within ten Commodore will have under his command an of all the battleships and armored cruisers now In command except he lova and Oregon which are now at HEo Janeiro These vessels will be put the coast for another ten days at least and by thai time the Minorities say the policy of Spain respect to the negotiations will finally developed The armored cruisers York and Brooklyn are In splendid condition the Massachusetts will have her during the ent and all construction wort OQ aiao bis completed So the naval officers that a heart Roman Catholic arch- bishop ot Oregon died here III Steady Offerings 303 tubs Sales 183 tubs at Some held for 22 KEWS OF MORNING WEATHER FOR IOWA Fair warmer southwest winds 1 Will War he f Colonel Clark on Expansion Abandon the Temple 2 Dawson City In Ashes Manly's Tale of Woe 3 Iowa 4 Editorial 5 Marlon News The Closes G Additional City 7 8 Personal Points Brief Locals Marlon 3 at its command He thought It have been better if had been more surgeons more litters but he had no criticism to make f General J C was before the this The largely lil peac Key west m Nov Private more and more reports from Puerto Principe and Cnba that have mutinied demanding their pay i ir Anil ire will n people among whom lust of the gospel of force will factors which will shape onr n marJe so to si for Spain Foar control our national destiny j must ex- thousand armed men presented picture la alarming enough if we U and selves tn front of ndii to it h cou maintained bv power u ls anron f J on General March the nor for pay March his sword and ordered them to a thai the re nun elation ol the Monroe doctrine IP accomplished inc soldiers refused anu some f Gamp Thomas He tho camp I his lite March asked them from a thcr hn and accepted if we go forward In tho are so solemnly warned lo er share oE his attention had been en to gelling more a nay from manga The general raid that the condition of all the hospitals of Camp Thomas was bad They crowded and there a lack of on the part of the attendants He aUo through the had bfen remiss In Its ties he all the trouble to wan i of experience r mad aa to get the choicest blessing which come to a o Mk lo jump Mre Dunham rt Iowa a- Thtrch action of the on to declare that convention approving the pie it went over A resolution of thanks to Mrs for her efforts on behalf of the temple was adopted Adjournment was then The evening session was devoted to rejoicing by Indiana Kansas Ohio and Southern California over their 500 or more during the year election of officers wiil come np The re thai U M N Stevens will be 113 also will the other so far A3 they seek a ry force Prototype A New York editor of tho opposite faith who hid valiant service In arresting the spread of slavery and In securing the election of Abraham bin coin echoed the fame sentiment Tic col- of hie Journal nnd asserted lhal when stales representing flve millions of were determined fo draw from the union hey could not be pinned lo it bx the force of cannon the north and In both of there was the over by military ores ami the same gloomy visions 6t ruin were evoked by his A re- cent utterance of Sf nil tor of Is he 10 town two cipal hotels and many dwellings The auu to where Lae re damage V Wy i or IU yoor condition ot fw M of tUy be to have been all its frightful one of j Involved nays a greater No one Is it to be at Show New York Nov horsemen appeared at the on Square garden today the opening day of the national show The absence of popular Interest In the phases of the tlon and the WM the cause rl IHes Phllaiklphla Pa Nov 8 der If dM here HEfl TM M
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