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   Cedar Rapids Daily Republican (Newspaper) - November 15, 1898, Cedar Rapids, Iowa                                CEDAR RAPIDS DAILY REPUBLICAN. VOL. 28, CEDAR RAPIDS, TUESDAY. 189B. London Papers Think HcKialey 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 "laiuptcn Heads, where they will nud be New York awaiting them. Here he vessels will remain pending suoh action as may Le as a rt- SPAIN CONTINUES OBSTINATE Indications TKat She Will Ret use Give Up the FLEET FOR A FIGHT All Mi.it, Put In Tlnl claM CondUloa 1VIU Be Sent lu J lUuplon ii> Jle la CUD IV.r U Nov.- morning i comment, editorially upon Ihe peace conference crisis anfl the Ameri- can naval preparations, reiterating their conviction of the'hopelessness o! 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 behalf- SPAIN MAY BE MULISH Indications that She Will Finally ite cide Not lo OKe up Philippines. Paris, Nov. has deciiled there will be no Joint session of the peace .commlssjoa today, Secretary Moore of the United States.commis- sion received- from Secretary Ojeda of the Spanish commission this morning a note sayiog the Spanish cominU- Bioners. found it Impossible to prepare thftir memorandum for presentation. ear tonnr. Washington, D. a, Nov. 14.- Breckinridse, Dr. to be to prepare for the, war. He 4his by turning attention to taking care of the tnd if be de- served aay credit of his administration fe was for this change. [Tfao depart- ment was apparently, as nriprepared 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 Indica- tions were probably more marked to me than to my predecesior, beraua3 my experience as inspector gentral had prepared me .especially" for dotecticg conditions which might escape I nrerklnrtdge gave an Illustration of Ilfcc defects of tbe system in which authority not well defined. While of inspection at Chlcka'tnausa mKoos bef "It Is hardly necessary to add that! there will be no revision of the farm i Eatlon Urcckln- The three months of congress will dealt with the con- mainly occupied In passing appropria-j dlltolis ai Cam1' of tlon bills, enacting nevr laws for tto a Umc m comtnai111- He took HlJetop.r and Ma- of hKlKctlon at fore Ihc n-ar [nrcsli-! tie found a typhoid lyin regular army, and deciding upon leg- casio11 Io lh" for lhe c n eg- Islatlon necessary for the government; "'as P'evtons .to war. in the general al the of -Hawaii. From the present outlook luspcctor-Eenerals i the session will be veil under n'1J to lo lhc adiulant-g fore tho treaty of peace with Spain will i 'nslf'' lhe lospeclor-Eener laid before (ho senate, nnd the rail-' camps now brine rie- tioti of document may not he lhc have omplUhed long before the j "toe monlhs aso. SInrch arrivei niorning Dr. R. S. Holde- at Clmp a ln l t "I do not think an extra session 2 necessary or desirable unless some? n- ew issues arise. We shall not know) "ICO untlUhe treaty of peace has been "f.lhcre of Slir fied what new possessions we are to i r In tnf but grew si hare and what legislation is Cr aaU he fically 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 IlartsulT, chief surgeon of camp, notwithstanding thai General Witfjn. hi command of the division. ordered the man's adnrisilcn. Tie relation of this incident led to a line of concerning 1h< duties of Inspection, General UreckltTldge- had.not "con- clutJed his testimony when the com- PRESENTS FOR CURZON Viceroy's Constituents rUnllesl ttteir Approval la Offerings. Eouthpcrl, Eng., Nov. The visit MOITEY FOR THE COHFEREWCE Tiy Proviflence'.'Ii: Nov. Bishop aldoa of Cincinnati occupied the chair at (he afternoon session of the general missionary' oommi (tee of Methodist Episcopai chorea.- These now be definitely stated they will not others were appropriated eign ft treaty of peace which yields 16 conferences: filthy. The rislmsntal cf- flcers were responsible for this condi- tion. "Dr. Huidekopsr "aid.that, with a few cai -snpplles for the Porto Rico expe- dition been ampVe. At Kewpor; gave orderb that- the sick" Eign t treaty of peace which yield] Spain no. more -from'the Philippines Uiad.haa thus far been offered or .in- dicated by -the Should the latter announce that the "United Stales ia onfy willies" to re- Spain for her Pacific ex- penditures in the Philippines the Span- ish conini will reply that their mission ia finished. Should this oc- cur, Jt will j etso surgest the of nego- tiations through the commission and resume negotiations between Madrid And Washington. It -Is pointed out.If  the start in breaking the spirit, if rot the teller, of the law. Tho regiment  of autniatcd, viaorooii and occasional- ly bitter personal debating was neces- 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 lo'tlie action de- clared it an act of repudiation of a moral obligation and fought in every way possible, but the ofBeial Interest ami the demands of [he leaders were against them. At tae morning's session tho UDion resolutions declaiing It would work for tiie abolishment of ino canteen syelem ta the army, navy acd soWfers' homes. A letter was read from Heary Somerset, stating it Wll- lard's view thit the Womran's temple in Chicago was tea great an under- iakins for the organization and that ihe attempt to retain it might cause Henry through! it would be a monument to Miss Wil- lanl. matter who might own It. Mrs. (Mrce demanded that the let- ter written by Lady Henry test June ba read bat it was cot at hand and the matter went over. This afternoon Sirs. Matlldt B. read her report on _________....._. ith tho vast aggregations of dollars of 'when churchyards yawn, and graves itl hp.mls of individuals, and [n the teraple, the burden of which was a give lip their dead." Is imperialism tne strong boxes of gigantic ccrpnra-i PTfa for tne coiaplelion of the temple a figment of the imagination such These corrupt methods spread a fitting memorial to Hiss Wliiard. may beset us In the broad light of the (insidiously into public affairs, and un- Tne inducted a letter from Mar- most placid and prosperous day, or Is J public honesty and rectitude, until the warfare for the a long era ol and ihaJl Field dated November, '35, in. which he promised to extend such ob- ligations as he was in and rerity may threaten public dangers ofjin addition to give in cash to the most appalling character t-y which! Pay obligations of Interest soon it an exiting or impending condition which threatens and disaster to the great republic; as those assert whose tninds have caught a glimpse of the gigantic adumbration, which, they cry out, is already casting its gloo'ni ovrr all the land and over all its fuliireVLet an appeal (o reason, and to ojirpast'experiencfi in the of aid us In solving the cvcrts haa bcen in direction, and Total free institutions may he assailed. It j auc ana SoO.M-O In stock. The annual Ticcrl not be said, to illustrate the of the financial secretary. Miss umciit. that that hour has-struck JcJicson showed: our midst. H may fairly, and truth- j Usance on hand a year .J2S.761 fully-bofnid that the trend of recent Receipts during the EAGAN SUBMITS HIS REPORT Saj-s He Mnilo alUJao. lUijveaca.ia Gcl- Waahlugton, U, C., r port ot 'Cbarks I'. Baffin, commissary ot subsistence of the army, hW.lMjen submitted to the secretary of war. ,It shows an espendllure of with of the crecill of the bureau. After giving In detail what.suyplies were sent lo Eagan says: "Thus It win be seen that.all .duo diligence was used by the commissary- general t-I subslftcnce (n plating (ho subsistence stores within the rpacEt of the.lroops operating against Santiago. Upon landing in Cuba, loess stores of the expedition were or- Uon. "1'1t spiles of warfare in days o; ExpendJtures................., i _ so-railed peace, which inheres hi" hn-lBalance on 60.m ImperTalism man effnri human nature, has Ife The recording Eecret.iry. Mrs. HofT- Fn its essence, acd when resolved in- perils which arc arrested and averte.V man, read the report of tbe action tif to its ftnal cleraent.f, this notion ol tin-! h? to higher cqotives and to i the executive committee adverse 'to perialism is the apprehended fiomln-jtflp loftiest type of patriotism and un- [the temple, and Mrs. Chambers of ance of militarism in the affairs of Devotion to'ths pootl of republic of seventy millions of people, j anri mankind. In Ibis condition which has now become a pure deraoc- trump of war may arouse the conn Pennsylvania moved Ha adoption. Tho discussion was then up enetsetl- and a motion to have a Tea :y. It is asserted that Ihe acqufsi- from its. ignominious condition, j nay vole finally preraMed. 197 to US. tlon o[ extra-continental territorj- en- llie of sain into self-sacrl-'The report of the credentials commlf- tail3 a rule nf force over it; that this I ficfl tlte common cause anil the j tee was called for and showed t Philadelphia, Pn.r 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 our-own. midst more and more, era dually transforming our govern- ment until rule by the will ot the peo- ple Is subverted, and we share (be fate of the republics ot antiquity whi> have .thus been-Involved in ruin and annihilation. Kvils Predicted H.is .said furthermore, that the ac- quisition of such territory places us tiers of the general who was In prompt control of mlHtary''op- erattons 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 .delrgalra and officers present droopInR spirits, and no anew UialenHtled to vote, hijrhcit and purest standards of hiimai action. Mr old :o listen to these words will (estifv to their truth, and witl join with me in declar- ing that of not In new relations to the other nations of I fd? Such fi view Is not justified by "Rook ol Ages" was sung br Ihe delegates slamline. Miss Dow of Maino reported naM in on tho lemple trust fund. The general was then the niolion than a war of craft Am] Jfeing lo adopt Ihe actiou of the esecii- i la the temple Is it likely when such a war coniH ho tc no longer an afflllafed interest to "hcronnTiIy ur.der-i the union. Huffman made an and the dangers of rule by force eloquent argument In support of the in minrarj- swav, (hat they will not osccutive committee, after which the now (o with those dnngon deters were limited t their libsrtifts unfmnalr- enters, the general ears: will ultimately do the same as tc "It Is evident that the foregoing'sup- j Africa, which will evidently be devel- plles of subsistence- stores ftuch as sratoped with gigantic strides by the Eur- onr past Ts not Tcdltable to rvadi three in'miles e.ich. and1.1 raltfitig debate iii" whlcli the memory of Miss Wlllard was invoked by both sides. Finally READY FOR A FIGHT. Uaited Stales Navy In F.rit-Cfas? CoaditioH ShouM Spain Be Ugly. New Yorh, NOT, The Herald's "Washington special says: Instructions have been given by Secretary to (fit; officials of the navy yard at Brooklyn prohibiting them from commencing any new work on the arroorclads In North Atlantic waters. Itepalra on (hem a re complet- ed. It Is expected Ihat within ten Commodore 1'hlllp will have under his command an effective.force constanting 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 havcT finally developed, The armored cruisers N'ew York and Brooklyn are In splendid condition, the Mltksfilp Massachusetts will have her wpalta during the prea- ent wtn and all construction wort OQ the'Tndlana aiao' bis completed So far.fls the Teia: naval officers that a heart fiia Roman Catholic arch- bishop ot Oregon, died here Uxlay o[ III., Xov, Steady, Offerings, 303 tubs. Sales, 183 tubs at 22o. Some held for 22 KEWS OF IHE MORNING. WEATHER FOR IOWA. Fair; warmer; southwest winds. 1 Will War he Renewed? f (Jcnoral Urcckinrlilge Tesilftea. Colonel Clark on Expansion. Wtnntn Abandon the Temple. 2 Dawson City In Ashes. Manly's Tale of Woe. 3 Iowa Xews, 4 Editorial. 5 Marlon News. The Jllsslon Closes, G Additional City NCWJ. 7 MarkeJa, 8 Personal Points. Brief Locals. Marlon Kcwa. 3 at its command. He thought It wttild have been better if tfiere had been more surgeons, more litters but he had no criticism to make. f Hrcckfnrldge QuextfonetJ. General J. C, Hrocklnriiige was before the commUstoa this The tleatt largely lil peac Key west, m. Nov. Private more and more disat reports from Puerto Principe and Niu- vhas, Cnba, etato that T.OOO-refiylara have mutinied, demanding their pay i mldplj ir. Anil ire will becotne n people among whom lust of the gospel of force will' factors which will shape onr n oor.stituMpTi marJe. so to si cmbarklag for Spain, Foar aTld control our national destiny, j wnslltiUlon must ex- thousand armed men presented picture la alarming enough if we U lhe nfrcclloils feople, and selves tn front of lhe caMLDg ndii to it ttTiaf h cou'" n- maintained bv power ____- aatl I0 u ls 3'3iitncd anron. f 'J on General .March, the rallilftfy gover- nor, for over-ilue pay, March, rtrctv his sword and ordered them to a rorollftrr thai the re nun elation ol the Monroe doctrine IP accomplished liniiii. inc soldiers refused, anu some' f Gamp Thomas He foucU tho camp I (brsatened his lite. March asked them r.ewled rCTnedyJn? from a thcr [o hn, hlra and accepted if we go forward In tho are so solemnly warned lo er share oE his attention had been giv- en to gelling more a nay from Cbicka-' manga, The general raid that the condition of all the hospitals of Camp Thomas eicepl Sicrnberg was bad, They crowded and there vt.s a lack of skllE on the part of the attendants. He aUo through the quartermaster's tje- partmant had bfen remiss, In .Its du- ties; b.ut he atlributcdi all the trouble to. wan i of experience, r mad aa effott to get the choicest blessing which come to a na- o( pro- Mk lo jump Mre' Dunham rt Iowa a- Thtrch -f rMoluUon 'idorsInK lhe action of the on to declare that convention approving the torn-- pie, 1ml it went over, A resolution of thanks to Mrs. for her efforts on behalf of the temple was adopted. Adjournment was then talicn. The evening session was devoted to rejoicing by N'orlh Dakol.i, Indiana. Kansas. Ohio. and Southern California rmlons over their tncrer.slng 500 or more  from one of Jame.j .Piichanan's j Thtre Involved, nays lhe terror-striclten sanalor. "a greater fivlln No one Is it to be doulf at Show. New York, Nov. profw- ional horsemen appeared at the Mndf- on Square garden today, the opening day of the national show. The ciulomary absence of popular Interest In the oarllKt phases of the cxhlbt tlon and the WM the. cause. rl SoMlcr IHes, Phllaiklphla, Pa., Nov. 8, El- der, If, Fourth- 'JJtesourl. dM here tothiy. HEfl ttoma TM M   

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