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ROSEBURG, OREGON, MONDAY, JANUARY 15, 1900.
the . Philippines
and dp Duty to Them.
SLNATOR EtMRIDGL'S SPEECH.
Islands Form Natural Base for Fu
ture Commerce The War and
Why It Has Been Prolonged.
Washington, Id. 9. "That ma little
knows the common people of the repub
lic, little understands the instincts of oar
race who ibiuks we will hold it (the
Philippine archipelago) fast, and hjld it
forever, administering just government
by the simplest methods."
this sentence Has the keynote of a
speech delivered in the senate today by
Beveridge, the junior senator from In
diana. It was the maiden speech in the
senate of about ths youngest member of
ttm body. The announcement that he
woald deliver an address embodying his
observations ia the Philippines attracted
aa unusually large number of auditors to
the galleriee. On the floor of the senate
every senator in the city was in bis seat
and scores of representatives came over
from the bouse. .
The occasion was iaainring and Bevtr
idge rose to it brilliantly. Ilia oration
for pioperly it was sn oration was deep
ly iotereoliug. It was replete with strik
ing sentences and well-arranged infor
mation. Spoken with all the earnest
ness, vigor and eloquence of a fine ora
tor, enthusiastic in his subject, who rose
at times to bis subject of paseiocate dra
matic utterance, the speech created a
profound impression upon all who beard
Beveridge is scholarly and refined in
appearance, with striking face and fig
ure. Taroughout his speech he was easy
avod nctural, and entirely free from man
nerisms, lis spoke rapidly atd with
great earnestness. When be declared,
with deep solemnity, to thosd-"wbose
voices ia America have cheered those
misguided natives oa to shoot our sol
diers down, that the blood of those dead
and wounded boys of ours is on their
hands, and the flood of years can never
wseuthst stain a way ."there was a deep,
although suppressed sensation among his
At the conclusion of the speech, tre
mendous and unrestrained applause
swept over the galleries, and it was not
able that Secretary of the Treasury
Gage, who occupied a seat in the
nator'a gollery, was a participant in
sqkatok uraaiixis's SPEECH.
Senator Beveridge said in part :
f'Hr. President, the times call for can
tr. The Philippines are ours forever,
rritory belonging to the United States'
I (he constitution calls them. And just
Wood the Philippines are China's il
otitable markets. We will not retreat
bm either. We will not repudiate our
aty ia the archipelago. We will not
pasdoo our opportunity in the Orient.
"e will not renounce our part in the
1 lesion of our race, trustee, under God,
I the civilization of the world. And we
ill move forward to our work, not
owling out regrets like slaves whipped
i their bordess, but with gratitude for
j task worthy to Almighty God that be
larked us si til chosen people hence
rth to lead in the regeneration of the
I "This LlanJ emp re is the la-.t land
pH la all the oceao. If it ehoold prove
-mistake to abandon it, the blunder
once made wonld be irretrievable. If it
proves a mistake to hold it, the error can
be corrected, when we will see every
other progressive nation stands ready to
i HF a a m .
It is the high
quality of Royal
that has estab
lished its great
wife knows she
can rely upon
it; that it makes
the bread and
biscuit more delicious and whole
some always the finest that can
be baked. -
It is economy and every way
better to use the Royal, whose
work is always certain, never
There :.n: many imitation baking
powiu is, made from alum. 'I hey
. . may cost k-s:, x.r i:;iinl, but
" - their use i.; ;.l tin: cost ;i health.
ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO., NEW Y0K
.it will be no mistake.
trade henceforth must be
TVrpr''ABia. The Pacilio is ourocean.
More snd more Kurope will manufacture
all it needs secure from -its colonies the
most it cousumee. Where shall we turn
for consumers of our surplus? .Geog
raphy answers the.ijuestion . China is
our natural customer. She is nearer to
us thou to England, Germany or Russia,
the commensal power of the present and
the future. They have moved nearer to
China by m-curing peruianeut Oases on
BASE AT TUB 1XH)K OF ALL TUS EAST
"The Philippines give ua a base at '.he
uoor of all the East. Lines of naviga
tion from our ports to the Uiient and
Australia; from the Isthmian coast to
Asia; from all Oriental ports to Aus
tralia, converge at and separate from the
Philippines. They are a self-supporting,
dividend-paying fleet, permanently
anchored at a ppot selected by the Pa
cific. And ths PaciSc is the ocean of the
commerce of the future.
"Most future wars will be coafiicls fir
commerce. The power that rules the
Pacific, therefore, is the power that rules
the world. And, with the Philippines, j
thai power is and will forever to the
"China's trade is the mightiest com
mercial fact in our future, tier foreign
commerce was (235,723,300 u 1S97, in
which we, her neighbor, had less than 15
per cent, of which only a little more
than hall was merchandise sold to Coiua
by us. We ought to have 50 par rent,
and we aill. And China's foreign com
merce is only beginning. Utr resources,
her possibilities, her wants a!l aia un
developed. She hai only 349 miles of
railway ; I have eeen trains loaded with
natives and all the activities ot modern
life slready appearing along the the line.
But ehe needs, and in 30 years wiil have
2000 uiiies cf railway. Who can esti
mate her commerce then?
"Japan's Chinese trade is multiplying
in volume and value; Bhe is bending her
energy to her merciiaut a' trine, ami it
located along China's very coast. But
Manila is nearer Chiaa lhao Yorktown
is. The Philippines command the
commercial situation of the entire
"Can America beet trade with China
from San Francisco or New York?
From San Francisco of course. But if
Sao Francisco were closer in Chios tbsn
Sew York is to Pittsburg, what then?
And Manila is nearer Hong Kong than
Havana is to Washington. And yet,
American statesman plan to 'surrender
this commercial throne of the Orient,
where providence and our soldiers lives
have placed ue. When history comet to
write the story of that suggested treason
to Ameaican supremacy and, therefore,
to the spread of American civilization,
let her, ii mercy, write that those who
so proposed were blind and nothicg
RESOCBCES OF TBS ISLANDS.
"But, If they did not command China,
India, the Orient, the whole Pacific for
purposes of offense, defense and trade,
the Philippines are bo valuable in them
selves that we should bold them. I
have cruised more than "2000 miles
through the archipelago, every moment
a surprise at its loveliness snd wealth. I
have ridden hundreds of miles on the is
land", every foot of the way a revelation
of vegetable and mineral riches.
"So lacd in America surpasses in fer
tility the plains and valleys of Luz-jo.
Bice and cofiee, sugar and cocoauute,
hemp and tobacco and many products of
the temperate aa well as the tropic zone,
grow in various sections of the archipel
ago. I have seen hundreds of bushels
of Indian corn lying iu a road fringed
with banana trees.
"The forests of grof, Mindanao,
Mindora, Palawan aod pirly cf Luzon
are iovaluable aod intact. The wqoJs of
the Philippines can snpply the furniture
of the world for a century to come.
"At Cebu, Bey. Father Julio Segrers
told me that 40 miles of Cebu's mountain
chain are practically mountains of coil.
Pablo Msjia, one of the most reliable
men on the island?, confirmed tho state
ment, t-'otiio declare that the coal is
only liguite, rut ship captains who have
used it told me Hint it is better bte.imcr
fuel than the Lest coal of Japan.
"I have a nugget of pure gol.l picked
up iu its present form on the hanks t f a
Philippine creek. I Lava geld dust
washed out ty the crude piocesses of
careless natives from the sands of a 1'hil-
lppine stream. Both indicate great de
posits at tlsn euurce from which they
come, to oue ol trie iMamla great tie-
posits of topper exiet untouched. The
mineral wealth of thU t-mpir- c( the
oceau will one d.y tu'prise the aorld. I
base this statement tartly on i creonal
observation, but chiefly on the testimouy
of foreign merchants in the Philippines,
who have practically investigated the
subject, and upon the unanimous opin
ions of natives and priests. AoJ th
mineral wealth is but a small fraction of
the agricultural wealth of these islands
And the wood, hemp, copra and
other products of the Philippines eupply
what we need and cannot ourselves pro
duce. Aod the markets they will them
selves afford will bn immense, pain'a
export and import trade with the islands
undeveloped, was f 12 175,5-)'.' annually.
Oar trade with the inlands developed
would be fl25,OOJ,000 annually; for who
believes that a e cannot do 10 timts as
well as Spain?
THEIR IMPERIAL DIMENSION.
"Consider their imperial dim-nMous. j
Luzno is larger and richer than New
York. Tennr rlvania, Illinois or Ohio, i
Mindanao is larger and richer than all
New England. Manila, as a pert of call
and exchange, will, in the time of men
now living, fr surpass Liverpojl. Up
hold the exhauttless markets th 'v coui-I
raand. It is as ii half a dczeo of our
states were set dowu retaeeu oceans
and the Orient aod tho-e states them
selves nnuevsiopca ana unspoiled oi j
their primitive wealth and resourc-.e.
Nothicg is to natural as tradj ai'li one's
neighbors; the Philippines make, us lie
teareet neighbors of all the E.et. Noth
ing is more natural than to trade with
those you know. This is.the philosophy i
of all advertising.
"Ihe Philippines bring us iruianei'.-
ly face to face with the most sought for
customers of the woild. National res-
tips, natioual propicquitr, these and
commercial activity are the elements of
ccoimtrcUl eurcet. The Philippines
give the tirst ; the character ol the Amer
ican reorle eupply the U.-t It a a i
providential cor ianction of alt the e'.e-
ments of trade, cf doty and cf potr. I
If we are willing to go to war rather than
let England have a few feet of frczen
Alaeka, which affords no market and
commaLds none, what should we not do
rather than l-t Eugland, Germany, Bus
eia or Japan Lave all Ihe Philippines?
And no n an on tha spot can fail u see
that this would be their fate if wa re
tired." Continuing, he declared the climate is
the best tropic climate in the world. As
to the people, ne said they are a barbar
ous race, modified t y three centuries of
contact with a decadent race. We must
act on the situation as it exists. As a
race their general ability is poor. They
sre incurably indolent. They are like
children playing at men's work. Agoi
naldo he characterized as s clever, popu
lar leader, able, brave, ambttious, un
scrupulous and masterful; a Malay cy!
la, not a Filipino Washington.
TUB X1LITAKY SITCATlOS.
"The military situation, pact, preeent
and prospective, is no reason for aband
onmant," the senator stated. "Our cam -paign
has been as perfect as pos-siole
with the force at hand. We have been
delayed, first by a failure to comprehend
the immensity of our acquisition ; and,
second, by insufficient force ; and third,
by our efforts for peace.
In February, after ths treaty cf peace
Otis bad only 3722 officers and men
whom he bad a legal right to order into
battle. The terms of enlistment of the
the rest of his troops had expired, and
tbey fought voluntarily, and not on legal
military compulsion. Those who com
plain do eo in ignorance of the real situa
ion. "We attempted a great task with in
sufficient means; we became impatient
that it was not finished before it could
fairly be commenced ; and I pray we may
net add that other element of disaster,
pausing in the work before it is thorough
ly and forever done. That is the gravest
mistake we coull possibly make, and
that is the only dauger before us. Our
Indian wars would have been shortened,
the lives of soldiers and settlers saved,
and the Iudians themBelyes benefitted
had we made continuous and decisive
war; snd any other kind of war is crim
inal because ineffective. We acted to
ward the Indians ai though wo feared
them, loved them, hated them a ming
ling of foolish sentiment, inaccurate
thought and paralytic purpose. Let us
now be instructed by our owu experi
ence." ItKhrONlSIIULlTY VOU l litSKNT 1 Kill I ISO.
As to peace, Beveridge said :
"Ihe friendly methods of peace have
been thoroughly tried, only to make
peace more difficult. American opposi
tion to the war has been the chief factor
in prolonging it. Had Aguinaldonot un
derstood that in America, even in the
congress, even here in the senate, he
and his cause were supported ; had ho
not known that it was proclaimed on tho
stump and in the press of a faction iu
the United Slates that every shot his
misguided followers fired into the breasts
of American soldiers was like tho volleys
fired by Washington's men against ths
soldiers of King George, bis insurrection
would have dissolved before it entirely
crystallized. I say to these wuoee voices
in America have cheered those misguid
ed natives on to shoot our soldiers down
that the blood of those dead ami wound
ed boys of ours is on their hands, and the
oa d of all tho years can never wash the
Regarding elf-government, ho de
clared the Filipinos uiteily incapaUe, as
tliey are not a self-governing race, hut
ar Oneu'a's, Maiius, iimtructed by
Spaniards iu iUf tat let's worst estate.
They kn)w nithio of practical govern
ment, except aa they have iviti es-.td the
wca?k, corrupt, ciuei and capiicio'is rnle
The form ol tioverument," 1m di
ctated, "must U ehnple uud etroug.
TIk mranhig of those two words mutt be
written in every line of Philippine legis
lation ; icali.ed in every net of Philii
pine udtniniKtraticn. A Philippine otllce
in our department of state ; an Ameri
can iovernor-eneral ia Manila, wiih
pjer to uieet daily cmergeueies; pc
eitily an advisory c: uacil, with no power
except that of discussing mejsure with
the uovernor-geueral, which council
would be tho g 'i m for a future legisla
ture, a echool iu practical government;
American lieutenant-governcr iu each
district and a like council grouped about
him; fnqueut and unannounced visits ol
provtm i ! governors to the dUtrcts of
tiieir pruvince; p. nodical iep.r!s lo the
govi r;.or-general ; an American loard of
'lei'.i'i ju t ) mate semi annual trips to
the rhipBiago without poaerof (sugges
tion i f inte'frence to officials or people,
but only to leper; and recumtuerd to the
Philippine olUce of our !tate depiitment ;
a Philippine civil service, with proration
liOVS KXMK.Nr Sll T UK 11 UK.
"T.i ; tiua 8l: d t aJiii inis er civi!
iz d g vt rmueut in the Philippines roust
be themselves the b-gheei examples of
our rmliziti. n. They uiut be n.en of
the world au 1 of alTair, students of their
ftllow-mea, not theirists n it dre.ruers.
Tlry n. ust b hrava mv, physically as
ell as iuoal:y. They must bj as incor
ruptible a honor, ps stainless a purity,
men whoui i o force cm frighten, no in
tloenca coerce, no money cin hoy. J-uih
uu i. c-ju.e higi-, even here in America,
l'.a. they uiiisi bd had. Hrt'.er pure
niiht-ry occupation lor jears than gov
ernment by atiy other ij-lihtr of adroio-i.s'r-itiJti.
' T.o Declaration of Iudepeudence
does rut krhtd us t d our pari iu the
regen-.ra:i )ii cf t!e wo-!J. Tii ocean
d.;ts r.ot p para'e n from Ihe field uf
bi'.y. Ttie written cns'itution is bet
th infix r-f the !ivinj cons'ituticn.
Ihe nation's pjxer t ruak- iu!s and
Ti-guiiti'in f.,r th giori ae;t .f its
pNK-essions is iot c itilint d to aiy j;iv-n
(et f rules or reclatious. jt has
madn :s adepts ia government taat we
.ar administer government smong sav
age and fenile ioles. We will exalt
onr reverence for the flig by carrying it
to a noble future as well as by remember
ii g i-.s iiieirceabl!Spit."
In c jrclnsirin, he eaid:
"Adopt the resolution offered that
peace may ijaickiv come, aod that we
may btgiu o ir saving, regenerating and
cplifticg work. Adopt it, aad this blood
shed will cease when thete deluded
children of our islands learn that this is
the final action of our representatives of
the American pejple iu c ingress as
sembled. Keject it, and the world, bic
tory asd the American people will lock
wiiere '.o forever fix the awful respons
ibility fvr ths consetpeaces that will
surely fallow eu h failure to do our
manifest daiy. 1I3W dura we delay
when our soldiers' blood u fljinj! "
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time making necessary plats of the sur
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about two weeks.
Tne route already surveyed is reported
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Represent tire .
W. W. WUaoa
K U 8urpbeo
.. G. W. Ihauck
T.H. B. GUWto
M. D. Thonro
echool hnperi ultndent .
Jr. E. V. Hoover
H. W. MHJer
D. P. Fiaaer
citt or Boaaaca.
A. C. Ktan
IF T Brown
C. W. Parka
F. W. Bnwoa
)W. R. Wuiia
I A. ftel
J. Ln'1''.tf '
I. o. weal ,
CTTT COV5CLL aKBTUM.
The Obboh t'oaneil of the eitv of Ewcbwrx
nin-tn the nt Monday ia each month ai i .
cioca p. a.
eocn usaioaa, ,
The Circa it Court for Do-cIm CobsIt m 1
three lime a year ai follows: Th. ad Mow .
4y in March, the 4ih MoodayiB June, ml A tha .
lt Monday in December. J. W. B-coa4 f
wecorx jQ.it?e. uo. M. Brown, of iUueoorx. '
prowcaunc attorney. i
Cooniy Conrt meet- the Ut Wednesday ftwr
tLe 1st Monday of J-na-rr, March, May, July,
vptemcier And November, Joa. Lyon, ii
train, judge; M. D. Thompson ot Beotlafew
ana jsa. isyroo, ol Uialia. eomauauooera. i
riODate Uourt ia ill nesmiam rnnui uMul T In S
rtOMMOLHJRE S. JACKSOX,
Atruey ami (,'onnstllor at Law.
Mining La- uJ Water RigLta mad
UamtrsBId. KOrEBCKG. UBEGOH
t il EA 1 -LJ-:, M. I. D. D. S?..
Office in tLe little I Inirimmiw
f5.EKtE M. BROWS,
IKi.n Mai r.
JRA B. RLDDE,
Attorney at Law,
OflVif In Court House
With UUL AttT.
P W. BENSON,
IiKm 1 and
KObEBC KG. On UUB
W B. WTT.T.m
A-ttoniey and Counselor at LawJ
Wni nvacLiea in all ;K m.. nr u r
iai Mrtrs Baiimng. Oosclaa cawr,Ur. '
Attorney at Law,
oca" 1 i. Mantera Bliijr., ROSXBCRU, OR.
fV-Businea before tha C. n. Land OnVe m
uing easts a ipeciaiir.
Late Receiver O. 3. Land Oflea.
JA. fcUCHASAX, Noury Pnblic.
Collections a Specialty.
Marstrn BuiWirit. ROSEBCBQ.OB
p W H VYSES,
felepoouc Ko. .
QR.GEO. E. HOUCK,
Physcian cc Surgeon.
C-ic rVsl Cilice BUI.
t ncui. Alain .a
ROjEBCKG DIVISION NO B. OF L. K.,
mwta vnrT ivahiJ and frMirth kiiiwI.v
IITOMES'S RKLIEF COKP3 NO. K, MKXT9
first and ti.lrd Fridaya in eat- ,
RENO rOST. SO. ?, G. A. R., MFETS TH
DrM a;ul third Thurtj of rack nonUk.
at i . va.
ALPHA LOJK1K. N. 47. K. OF P., XKXT8
every Wolinv Mninu l FflVo
Hal. Visiintir KtitrH i:i irl ttin rw '
Jiaily taviwd u t; u.i
J's MH tLI.I. L. I .
C U. 1 '-'I It. iv. K.S.
Airtl ttK. A. F. A A. St.. RKKCLAR
id aud V.h ednada-a ia
tl CKNE U PARROTT W. M,
KU ktr. a vvy.
R08EBU KG CH.I rl ER. NO a. O. K. 8.. MRXTI
the lint ami thml Thnradaya oi aacA
M K3 K. i. STKOC0, W. Jl.
M tl'l'E KAT. Soc'y.
AfUliKKN HtHiDMEN tH' AMERICA. WKftT
- on lii
tt aiul i!iimI ruvstty o( eaeh. nionlb
in tlie id Ma -onie t 1.
H. W MtLLEO, V. C.
11. I., y. it-r.rs. t .eiK
M-OOD.VKS if "fiK WOHLU. ak faiS
Ni. U.i. u.i vt- hi tho Oild K-llows' Ma
m Uitev'ours, every I?t, ;:rd and otb Mond"
Vi.U!!i ;. im in tieiKiitMrs always weleonf
J. A. BU H.VNAX, c.c,
N.T J EWE IT, Cterk.
pHll.KI'AKIAN l.OiHiE. NO. s. 1. l. O. F.
uif-t.is Saiimlv I'venins of aaeh week al
their in Oild Keilnw Teiupld at kiwebuni..
MemU'rso' tie order In tfin1 Ktandini: finvi4
M to attend. illAi ulltiS S. U
N. T. Jawarr, iec'y.
P.O. El.KS. ROSEBfKU LOrXiK. NO. St.
lu l l t!ie:r regular evinmuniealioP at tha
I O. O. I'. Ua mi ve.itul anvl inurth Thurwlar
d em h rmiith. All ineniN-ra Tviieited to at
lend n-K.il.iriv. nud nil visiuus brotben oofs
1iliy invited i to attend.
KOUl.LAS WAITK, S.&
IR.V ll'.lil'LK. Sieretary.
ROSKHt'Ki; lOltiK. NO. Iti. A. o. n. w.
imt'U ti-.e MK'nntI aud dxirih Mondays of
eorn moutn , p. m. at uu.i FriiowHal
.-emoucB oi tne order la (ood atandlug a:
viivu w avvenu.
l. S. W