: iL : : - ' : : : : " 1 : : - : VOL. IX THE DALLES, OREGON, TUESDAY, JANUARY 21, 1896 NO. 11 THE FLYING SQUADRON It Will Not Sail for Ameri can Waters. BRITISH ADMIRALTY SAYS SO A LETTER FROM KING LEOPOLD Bis Royal Highness Discusses the Rea sons Why England Is so Cor dially Elated by Other Xfatlona. London, Jan. 20. In spite of the as sertion of a sensational news agency to the contrary, the Associated Press is in a position to repeat its assertion of Satur day last, that it had been informed bv the British admiralty that the destina tion of the flying squadron, now at Spit head, is not yet determined upon even by the admiralty, and certainly it will not go to Bermuda or anywhere in American waters for the present. Reports from New York that com munications regarding the destination of the British flying'squadron, have passed between the governments of the United States and Great Britain, are pronoun' ced utterly without foundation. Lord Flayfair, who is prominently identified with the movement to estab lieh a permanent board for international arbitration, had a long interview today with United States Ambassador Bayard. KINO LEOPOLD'S LETTER. Reasons Ha Glres for the Dnlyerial Dislike of England. London, Jan. 20. The Times gives great prominence in its columns to a let ter signed "A Foreigner," discussing the reasons why England is hated. Its Im portance lies in the fact that the. writer is really King Leopold, of Beligum, who is visiting London, and that he arrays himself as the only champion of the British cause who has been found in Europe during the present crisis. The following shows the tenor of his majesty's letter : "As one who has taken, daring a half century, the keenest interest in English politics and who has always followed with great admiration the spirit of enter prise, unflinching love of liberty and great achievements of your nation all over the world, I cannot suppress my astonishment on finding that not only Americans, TurkB, and Boers, but nearly all the nations of Europe and Asia mani- fest great animosity toward Great Brit ain , and I, very naturally, ask myself what on earth may have caused that un animous hatred and what is the reason they pour the vials of their wrath npon the English? "Success has in all times engendered envy and animosity, and particularly if this success is the outcome of national qnalities in which others are lacking. Germany, France and Russia, in compar ing their gigantic military budget with the comparatively small outlays of Eng land, for her defense, must certainly feel vexed and still more must their respect ive people envy the British citizen "who does not feel the burden of compulsory military -service and still enjoyes the liberty, might and power of the greatest empire that ever existed. "The Russian, like all Asiatics, is carefully hiding his feelings. He im itates the Englishman in habits and manners. He acknowledges his mental superiority. In appearence he respects him ever, but more deep-seated in his hatred and his efforts to oust him in Asia are redoubled. "In Germany the relation is totally different. Since 1870, the formerly modest, quiet and inoffensive German has fallen into the vice of seli-admira-tion and one has only to mention the spreading or the English language all over the globe, the gigantic commercial relations of Great Britain and the ubi quity of the union jack in all seas to raise anger and dislike." There is much more on this subject and the king of , the Belgians concludes with a prophecy of many disturbances similar to that cf last week, but 'final British triumph over all adversaries. THE MOSQUITO INDIANS.., They 'W 111 Invite Chief Clarence to Return. New, Yobk, Jan. 20. A dispatch to the Herald from Colon says ; ' It is rumored here that the Mosquito Indians, including Chief Andrew Henry will invite Chief Clarence to return to the Mosquito territory. Chief Clarence was deposed by the Nicaraguans in 1894, and subsequently went to Jamaica, where, it was said, he was in receipt of a pension from the British govern ment. Great Britain refused to recognize the new Nicaraguan government set up in Bluefields after the deposition of Chief Clareuce, and out of this grew the trou bles that resulted in Great Britain eend ing a equadron to Corinto to enforce the payment of indemnity demanded by Great Britain for the expulsion of the British vice-consul at. Bluefields. Chief Henry was appointed as the succeesor of Chief Clarenca. A. French View. Paeis, Jan. 20. Eclaire today, com menting upon suggested additions to the Monroe doctrine, remarks : "Does the American government think it is strong enough to appropriate in its own inter est one of the two hemispheres, and for- Did Europe to have access to at least half of the world? If it pushes Its ex travagant pretensions to this point, the only thing that can happen will be that all Europe will arrive at an understand ing by which they will close their ports to American ships, a measure which will make America ask. tor mercy witnin a week. 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