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   Des Moines Iowa State Register (Newspaper) - January 27, 1905, Des Moines, Iowa                                to market The American Bcoa-' could not devise a, more elastic beEeScesi application of a pro- rTHE REGISTER AXD LE.VDEB; t tective tariff titan this. j Ooly oae ihlag bids Mr to liniii I die growth of the city of New York, is difficulty of adeqaste water supply. souih is forgetting Booker xaaious a. of tise president's of Senator Cockrell. The keynote of this Special Edition Made for ESTABLISHED, 1856. TRIGG, Editor. OF StBSClilPTlON CONTENTS Lest is Iabricatl3g all up in. 2 es-2 is heed me voice irosx MOIKKS. FKIDAY, JANUARY 27, 19O5-TWELVE PAGRS WHOLE NUMBER I The baaty rooster can crow just aa Haniiy aad defiantly as bis Shagnhsi and is lots of baaty t crowsfesj over in Japan these- days should line his Js ae repares hi> Veaetaraa the ology is a poor thing to Sgbt the devil .California, has a zaach iarger per- of crazy people than Iowa. A of them are lo-sca trhc there tainkisg it a better country to live is than Iowa. The uQcosseloaable ballot box at Deaver !a csnaeetion with Use IAIS arc Being by a great revival of xhere vooid seets to be aeed of some- thia? of that wi. Jxussia has for an as cooatry fiati oat of the soil of lie- lanss, wa.ch is now send here for aa expert to zser government anc that will be ssHlii south has simply 'japseted cair ja the of that sectioa. ______________, i Ac. Algoaa man was lisre Monday aad attended the sptnteiaustlc neet- j ing. A. effo-t was to f Invoke an. maslftestauon for his but the -sires get crossed Yottng: is 12 the trop- tiase for the governor someway. The chances are taef rang e ssorc steam. the wrong place. -Id. Germain Oreat MAXES SNTS ESTSNG TARIFF AODSESS. have bees and 's Ssss.a. see SPS y one of the a- years of sodem Ms- FRENCH CM ?C RT MAN U FACTO RE BELIEVE IT A IcAra or at Cedar Rapids Numerous Addresses. THE MFN1STES AND THE PEOPLE. By COZESOS. consent the pabllc I-P palr't ana the are CT. --rd to.bs the dree m :mn ocr grea sehoo1 the cntirea newspaper are sot "working LateOtgenee, gooe! .morals and Wnf e a aeavy is cheerily to la a scooels. not ot zee t c some war "o able To sy it, -s Acser- 'or nrtenfe: zo tion 'c tee relatKHi the tae "ires -the gGOd Ixrg -D1- inll stake cr tae saving: raar trare snsi "be cr tors vaciE Let tne at t_e g s to- a isaa for ndicsle ie just as qa; politics. education fails to keep t ua-versal suffrage. It is s a-e espectec of Jmar Ke aaa -seas zanst drss so as to is tiias a pace not Qai'enas to our boasted system account for at tattoasl government taot at tlus late day an anay  refnse to oe treatec rz anv sense as a csac ses3 or aa oojecr of S> thfe- -snii. -o Sag- of ca If ihe colored man la ba-re to get a move on wants fajr treatmeni now on, Tvroperty.. He will never be referred wiser today than IB l as a nigger if he can drav h check in five figures Money knocks r race uxto a cocked haL cascnlar force and in. its s'ead brains and esec- Tae powers have not yet met to de- see to it that tie tcrcaiae whether Japan sliall be SiQoot incidents connect- 1 to keep Port Arthur tins time and ouerate and lus trages go largely for tse best thmgs raised on Auicrjcaa farms. He is not content vtii oar Ins Scotch brotiter. or bread and cheese of the Eagasi- t nan, tfee b-ack bread ana shlp caaEOt :sii and and the Gerrraa, tee maecaroni of tae Ital j lac or the tortiUas of tfc> I wants good sceat; three LIFE AT S2. f-esa esss creasaeiy butter. a aay, tase from al- irost evezr secnon, j CGese ideas aud. taeir adoption by j ,5. a regolar t the scarafenome Filipises iriio look to a.i secular matters ce ssal? "be treated as suy cder tnas not l i2_a.ster. -wta tne Sbertr to vote as fee Blesses STIC ace as fcs Dleases ja already slxown themselves omcs: -wilted aad mcelligenc. They are eager za tafee on EEJ tsue -ssaHir I -seas, a narto of thSSI, 'Wlta W asS titeir sa.pci2gs asfi cascpefi ct ttaie "wsje any osaer 133.1 OS seaae recrassec. After I _ -gave cass. soiae afi-sace as 10 irsw iraat. ifcesr -wires snd ihes. tbeF -t. lae aad 3 subserved by letting her aloce. evidently ranidly fail-ng' the burdea of his years feas cocie at the Mr. Smoot testifies tiat lie believes Iast as iMISeresce aad insessibfiity. to feis present surroundings and fee lives over again life. A little girl, the playmate and friend -of his that'the-.whipping post, beaters would brutalize the ipped If it resulted la mak- that snea can receive revelatioas noxr a barmiess bnite be would be just as ti tlie oldea fame, aM it is to better tiaa he is aov. f be hoped that before his case is dis- posea of jje set CQe good and SvS -OJr iw H5e ioon by the treasury depart strong.t0 the effect that the American to biih. and together tSgv tt aa appointment to aa assist cStizca has got to be content with oae j cjiat of tae old days proves good for a aad use her -well. f job later an as t financial Institution. tury gone, and Jie A dead raaa at Fort Dodge possess ing -which nobody claims Is s e Missouri republicans have j center of public interest there at the j power for the first time in to elect a republican senator, they are having Jnnch trouble as we do in present time. This much teoaev; otight to develop some sort of a pedi- j gree and sorae heirs. Twice that sam nearly always briay to light a comraoa lair wife or two. a cen- his S? a ir by ?ayias that she has just stepped out the other room and wi'I SOOQ. There is soraeunSo pathetic alXHit ail thts, and Jt this reason it becomes of vital ?msort. for the American farmer to have'the JSe proaases fecsor safes? Arnerffas TTKaf-haTiio c a success m every: way. m neTsons and tsrorjerc? Ajnerlcaji laborer and mechanic esn and it sac-old be -wita parnot- "c tiiat tie Anier'caa graage1" points ra tne fact that all he _s the product of Amencan 'abor a sefceatfe I aaS tae save, iwc fea-sstxaso3.ci I oiier i cssargsc. S that they nnfc lusa in caeir masses. to law, and a T-zs 'WSSr'? 15 5Lt and seccnty to persons property the cosinitsuty; other as increases the value i A YEAR OF HISTORY, History is being nsde rauiolr these 1 tdays The fell of Pore Archer, the I ftaeir j revolataoa m. SsisSia. the Jabor dis- 3 f arbances xa Fislaac, lie Saaacjai j TO iraEC to I m Sasto Domiaso. the vsrioas} -ioald 3 tics viewed as a pcrely eonisiercial aae secular agen The Railroad a Tax. is isiafi. ot tsr naposed by r greaCr Z -was TWO POINTS OF There are two potats of vievr wos j. Socth asd Ceatrai trn.cn o OOK 02 re.onnatorr or j America, the steps toward revolutionary proposals. conip'et.on of the caaal.'Ior as the spectator accepts oce or tae action of Tecezacla f scoala te sspected to other, his judgment -s %.s5alJy deter- j the Umted record jfeoraes aad somiEister sointcal __ mined I of 1905 already a long cce and consoianoa a tnae of trouble and non If toe condition of the Russian peas- j wiU K end? 3 u fQr aothing, whea the 51 and for every visit he shakes to nas escnbe for pcysical Bis? Why the should the minister be- expected to reiterate Toa at is stftsecr co present yea? -BUI -witness fit fcock.tfce issues being discussed Caagressmen and and lack of deSnite- maae Ths line of rather than a suggests the beaacfcl thought that ant be compared -snth that of our I perhaos, after a2I the fret clamor and j American classes It easy s is p-ed.cted by bitterness of l-vias is ended, the EKS- to become aa m But, of the leading students of Ctear at- Js so. Ton thngs are usually con enough to slag their victims state of insensibility before theta. Thus they do not wor. ry the loss of their money until they come to. conceded by their coHeagaes qaestioned congressjona many mistresses as they see port, bat they win find that 't is bad fona to tiy to break into this honor able and ancient body xvith two wives of either the legal, common law or plaral type. WOMAN AND MATRtMONY. stands like uected at tine when the demand for railway reform is at its of development dunaff many succeeding: ore comaeniator. "la a word, v ,v bamcade Boston Herald ISSUES ou calling pub- j are entenagr apon the mos: cnbca! across the pathway of Beany every he attention to tie fact that rauway I i -fcoman as she would seek to fit herself f rares are 5ower in the United States The best thing in sight in An educa- tional way is that the people are wak- !itg- up to the needs of educatiag the nd as well as the head, or perhaps state it still educate "the head thijongh the hand. Raised on a slender thread of scaf- fold'ng 240 feet high, artists are paint I ing some blue sky and some cherubs minus panties on the interior of the capitol dome. This Is high art in a lit- eral sense, but those cherubs are not supposed to wink at all that will take place In the rotunda below especially during a senatorial election. Any strenuous effort on the of incorporation congressmen or senators by the raUroad themselves- to locure the passage of legislation regu- ing transportation charges should to the dissecting room for analysis. North DakoU farmers evi> know enough to make their moved so that they may gel cheaper train and want It put back be- crop rained from seed for some employment by- which she self supporting and 'ndepen dent. This tht? point in ai! than anvwaere m the wo-ld. and lower than they been even i country The HeraJd refuses to be- "WThy should he be ex f to work his grey matter, for the effort to give such an sir party a decest passport to 01 modem human i co106 waea fee do Ehe Causer- is interesting now that the Jap- he can he is only doing s mighty poor bid fair to hnag their war wjeh of For an this a 'stasle aaeraber 01 b is c IQ stt a halt to   sible. There arc immense sums of money being spent and wasted each year on young women, fore-ordained General Stoessel still held oa dogged- ly to Port Arthur, that oae student of events declared: There are thwe -who toeJJeve that Japan's comet like appearaaee in the Armament -of civilisation -will 'be foHoiPcd by as stidden.a There those who that we The church has come to be got to be, 3sore and more as a business institution; tbe world demands and ia- that church obligations are just as any other, and so it comes that, the era of raveas> the locusts and hon- ey aad all that, having passed away, FRENCH ON POOUNG. Davenport Man Makes Strong Argu- ment On Rate Ousstton, CEDAK R.VPIBS It, Jan his to tie turers" convestiou, P: French DsiveaporE oa tie of la to'railroad rate dKcriiaisationSv s arsed poolins, as foUo-ws: y this discrimination? Is it due tt> the character of Use thft railroad systems? pie discouraged or are soon it Is and as it has been. That encour ages a cheerful outlook. It bal- ance to the mind. But it must never be forgotten thut the great progressive movements of rtisrXl'D'ljOn Ol tnA 1 vvj vv j L j remaldoff of of parope and have a cash market value aad he I .the Utter optelon are j should be conceded reasonable cash I Wall rendered. When Their thoughts men will not voluntarily and cheerful- enacted general Whether a .to problem such a national tragedy can without destros-ing the world's ly contribute to support religious in sdtntioas when they do not feel the special need of such things, disaster wfll pre- f should be made to pay weU for them general crisis throughout j when they Ho have to hare should change -places with taem I doubt ve ahoulel any fairer they. The fault not twins in tiie siwa. it must tee in the theory or poHcy upon which business Is conducted. This brings as to tise nature of .rail- road transportation. Jj a private business' It Jt should be thev on; tlie tse (Continued   

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