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zr Takes Exception To Daily Editorial,511iKIFO
eReasons For Philippine Independence SLTIKSFO
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By 11a rlai C. Iianzar more indig nation to arsthe cuipritst:1,h I''gE3neralMoh1amml1edan re ligiUsr
I wwish t aeoatvtake< advantage ofP i thi; w3wethanT1the1i .ilipinontheFa -tEet, thlves.i ,cTh,,t cauelo th vil ikn thewa Fare t t, stindntheo :ir he aco
op portunit y to ase the edlitorial',
however, thle general1 economic up- ie agan >t their Christian brothers
whtich 'appeared il- The Michigan I he;:val caused lay the cessation of the that. for yea~rs and years have peace-'
Daily of Mlarch 2, entitled "The In- Great WVar. MJany people aive 1 or- fully lived as their friends andl neigh-
patient Fillinqs".- This action is rowed mvoney tf-ov.. the bank c <p'Cial- bor ,. Let uis remember that it is emn-
--.__--,1-- ,- . ---- a. - - I- !p mf-ar 11 rl ps ar1r t ir, e f bo ieud in the Mohammendan nhiloso-


J1 IY1/ hre itnhe sillyr'ch.tter e et li,,ilri -
(Cf)Dtnued from Page j ur) off tistg1heei1a('ilra nur
MA Sl it I l ~ly, 'are pepaing l acr e~- lI.~ xiyth v olthe ig tsr
itI 1( nte toorro v enting in Sarah again,.tel ~~ iiau h ea
Caswell Amnell Ball connsis;ting ofhtidiCS at;1hi l t
' tlna St.vinceuit Millay's odld fantasy", "l~htd- talma h
"Arvia da Capo" and Philip Moeller's I "l comegin1;0t ihiit
bruetoload t'At fburlesque, ".Helena IHusband,"

the cuntahi totrild oll abe
od 11 e I n 1t hI \AlIte -

I'ro i' Sats 11Iv e('r');4,n Fur
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prormpted by only one reason to cor- te '1. a p °I5u., d q "' t uluu 3L# H'-iv--,.-- .---.- .-------w.
reet, If possible, the impression crest- tbo :_aden lowering of the pricep of phy that when a person is tired of
ed by such an editorial. :sugar were unable to pay their debt.% life, he can just- go ou t anld kill as
"The Impatient Filipinos" is a typ- Thle hank dd'not iinediately of-trn many Christians as he can until'bhe
Ral American newspaper editorial on cDsh ut got the property of Nohon Wsir gets killed. This they, say
the Phillppincs, seemingly full of peole. No0w, it i~; onl its fceet ,agai n. I w;ill be givinig sacrifice to their relig-
lwal~d g encr~lties, yet inostly if Did not other banks of the world suf- ion and will bring theni nearer heav-I
not wholly, u~iwupportedl by actual fer the sanme economnic upheaval ail- en.-
fz.ts or historhcal records. ter the weir? Has the early history I5n the P~hilippines, the Mloros op-
InQifrst plae, te editorial said: of the United Stats' ba~nks been al-;' pir-;e1 having thaeir'dlildren educatedj
"the natives w ere assured that tlwry1 ways prosperous lind have they J.- because they think that that is merely!
would be'-at-ed complete independ- ways- been so fort~unate as to hLia a strategy; to mlakle them Christians:
once as soon as the reins of govern- ' ey fect marnagers? yet, education among them is alvanco-
inent could .arfely be entrus ted t U. S. Blamned ,i~g despite difficulties. iM-,ny child-
them." That is not true. General Asagnrltte nto the eceon- re are now in schools. We even
AsuinagenrthesFilepino leader ofhave soule young imen in our collede
A ~ idthe viuion pginst lain In of mic question in the Phili ppines aside of agricalture, University of tha Phil-
1898 : lthoughl in exile in Hoangkong, entirely of the boan.., the Philin~e ippines. In this connection, it would
Chinawent bck hom to coperat islands and the Filipino people are' notnthemisosatathePlppe
with MAmral Dewey believing tViat th nsta hp terdn.'b overnmient gives to M1orui scholar
the l~nited States would free the 'Phil- 1Pliiiippine legislature. can p~ass laws more pension than they dlo to the rest
ippine islands as she went to war ftI as ttP tariff, public lands, currency,i of the Filipinos. 1 hope the Pubilic
the redemption of Cuba and to Apke~ bonds, etc., but such cannot .,e en-r will not he shoeked to hear that cx-
the world safe for democracy" as sheI forced unless consented to 5y the' senator's Nladi Blutte's son wvent homne
saidin er ltercrusdes , re udeint of the United States. in re- from c}ompleting his college work in
But Admiral D~ewey flatly deniedtcetyaspxiljsceademe-te ntdSaeswhanAlocn
that he made any promise to thle Fit- cy have bewi given to the Pl'ilippnas Ibride.
Ip)Ino p eopale about their freedoem. The, rtbcu-'lw aete g&Qi11'liiIi o izifn
Ihill inein uIraection, soclld o1I r ens lp1i iarily for the bxixe't o f ILa stly, are the Filipinos really sin~-
agis h nt~ tt s calloe, 1 lpioI',jebu ~Sm.1 patient an~d too imuch in a hurry for
out, just Unttheevo otate whic broke Lodge well expressed it: "The cardin- tindep~endenice? The United State,-
of the Treaty of Paris was 2a desper- il pa'liIIal of AIe(riCan St~itedaliard~- tgave as one- re.aso(n for entering the
ate figthton the part of the Filipino 51hip is to advocate policies whch World Wir her iden to free the small-r
people whien they were cvined l~twadGrt o theatnft ft 'eiatons and "to make the wmrl(l
their longed -fdr freedom was 'far jpeowle of the Usnited States-." What atodeo-ayFnnRom
aay. It took l''yasfrthe n-wHi l appen if the ineesso tetw nia and other .oi~ctti IPS haen been1
ted States to tre-er o peoples comes in, deadly conflict is acvnteridpnec.Terpi
costing her aitout half a baillion doll- I ouscntatmgtwl e se l(al and social cnrui~on5 cannot be
ars and thousands o: hevr loyal sons.LtisntfreththePh',iefaa
T',e Filii):Duos fought knowving even at ndararodt the P sIlcihi1%r"ines. liRelnd has beet:
the ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~~~~r beiiigta hy.wr on minterest of Ot nhed Stzites; and 2mitdhterl.Ptr h a
the eginingtha the swre gingthat she congress of the United Sates ?'th dhmerae fr h a olseaantsc o1eflniy e Un ted Sta.t 5sMwasb", given the
yet thoy fought barively an whole- isi a body comnposed of humaung~i's edit for leadingth world coloniz-f
heartedly to dshowl to the American i1moany, if not all, ruled by party inter-I in,? powers in democratic treatment
r~to h-.t-e ke temaigeats with absolute power over thte of their subiect peoples, but (can we
ronf whtt tteie h i n Philippine islands as is stipula -ed: say that shte still leadls them?. The
whtthey claimed freedlom and in the Treaty of Paris and admitted Piiuieilnshv ufle h
librt. '1wiao Gvrnet jad*cial interpretation. Ti c~ lone concltion given by the United States
Trueetht a prme was latnergiv-I tis ndenough mscause yfor a people ten ;for independence. they have a 'stable
en, in the formh of a p~reamble to the e huandmls wyt the West to i government. W'ill the United States
.Jne lw hchwa eate Agutden>ire complete independence,. fulfill her hart. of the promise? The
,, 9,196,and looking impartially at TIce people have not rea chledl a cardinal princple of Amrerican idea
29,t 1916,ei eal s ir o hgh enough plane of social develop- of -a government as enunciated in her
thatproiseit eall ismor ofa mnt to make a thoroughgoing 'heno-
mtoral one .than legal. For, certain- ",rrdtlrtno neednewe l'
ly he reaileis ot leal art~fcracy paciabesaid the editoral Idcaaino neednewe h
ly te pran le s nt a.lega pat ofi he--self a-i'tely felt the need of free-
alaw, yet it is always takna-teagain. Wthere does a "thoroughgoing arm and i lertv is that a democrati'
~~ y~~~f . '~Ademocracy" .exist is a 'question not. -~ ~ m- ~ ih~' o
Spirt, h 1.1, lawy and the expre-sion ,reven thenirt ' tib 'e m
of tie ,intent of, the la,lrivers in heentheI scholar of political science of the govern>ed. The Piinu
PliNt n~s of that law. Th-at, promi Iwould very assuredily gotnmit ins p. is noct, given 'a governrient '
ays htid n e , ~ ~rfte But large sectionsh of the Country atnre tl the4 c"'ieat of the. overned1.(ll
the Fi*i ;npeople "as son as Stbe linaptvestageeo iivill ne1nit~dSrte wo. luld- liv? tup to her
gnlvernnir IslI have been-esabhlish-Nto" otius heuwarntd hka}lsand priurclple iii dealing v ill'
- Ipp~1?. Taid~ ~ c sation. Out or the less than elever oPtii;p 1, ,nn4*gv H'
17iIfi- ~ tni ne tn million Filipinos ten and a half mail-I.I n. IQ ikffa-nhogvrmn,-t~0 1_l
tio g41wh- natp as far heack in 1I38in. his report to ~0 L~~ ctmpeA ~odtoa
liongIVy 1 "h~thoe wo encte . - l-Q i~,pn h fap.ily ofnain
t a vrmn iyp~ thpe governnment of this country sty : - eWipo r --lp t lc
th- 1rJ z C i3 , oen nint smp thatHMO he found theliFilipinos mO
naa~e a z~L. psorder withinthtlimorn te Filopins e K vi litcal:71'iX ecconmiehard-
educa~ted 'and mrftfo nr-'p 6i
ta I-ufl lld - ta'nd by the people. ; '- nr u i wveth iltr ,.n ~ouio hr wl Y~
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e ycl b'for jer,,t I Pn1w Ida .I) ti
prese'ntedIA ril and 4, at. thew hit-
ney thetre, are nowbinrceived by
William Itoeiser-, '215, 707, 0O1ord
.Road, andh will be filled in ordetr ot
I r plicatiOnl.
I lThe iTckslai'e p riled ;a! follow.:.-
r .oXes' and First fdurttcen ro, ilain
floor, $2.50; the reimaining st t of thec
main floor, $2.00; the firs3t four r0 ws)

As time proceeds of the performance
are to be donated to the StudJent Wel-
fare Fund an unusually large audi-
ru- is anticipated.
Tifle quiestion invariably a.,kedaMfter'
tH e fall of the curtain on "A ria da( e n o e N~ v r n
in, Whatdoes it all mean'?" First


loose Caps}
will get ,
lost! Ps

in thve balcony, $1.50; and thle r ,
mainder of the balcony, $1A;0.
A special feature is being mad'? ,of
the second pemrformance, \vj(h il: I
t 'rw nhnro 1oclub, more than 1,600o teacr,
throughout the state being Ii {eced
to assemble here for' the convent:inm
"JIimmie the adtaker-" sells anything
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Notes, Themes, Letters,--
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screen- leaders' of style. Write -today
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Initon STACOMB-in- the black,.
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In shaving,, too, Williams has lust as noticeable in
provements:, Williams lather is heavier and more closet
woven. It holds the water in against the beard. Resull
quicker softening, Williams' lather luibricates-no irra
tat ing friction. Last, Williams is decidedly helpful to ti
skin. It keeps your' face comfortable no matter ho'
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I~h£'~ll l_,i~plds have had
;31fsJ L nVBi4l1Qt . r ' years. JmE -
Govrnor 'airr-on testified to that!
c heti his re-port to the Unitedl
Sltsgovernment. The late presi-
deont Wlilson tent a similar miessage tol
c~tz :T ho, rgI e ptthas been
ffilled byv the Filipino people; it is
V tiltedl St, tv, turn to) keep her' prom-
As. ill shefulfill it? The w hole
trouble of the matter is that there are
rnnwl people who try to require of the
PL-Ilippines an ideal government with
a stzandard no country in, the world
z+at present can boast of. The millen-
itmn is yet far distant.
The editoi'ial mentions the economic
condition in the Philipiines'as a hain-
dlzrance to the advisability of giving it
jfreedom today. There has, been, in
fact, only -tine 'greait failure in recent
yea-irs;that the Philippine government,
ha s tasted in this line, a failure which
the opponents of Philippines independ-
ence have made capital of in tbisl
country: and that is the failure Hof the
Philippine Natidnal hank. True, that'
we had a poor manager, brat where is
-L t+t nanagzer nowv and those c'on-
nected with im diiretly? 'Witiinl
prison. Nwalls convicted by Filipinol
'judgecs. 'No other .people- _haveferlt

Fuirthermiore, let tus just look tack
ito our history and we will see that
the Philippines was once a part of
the Javanese empir01e; and- that whenol
the Spaniards; went there in 1521 hew
people hadil heir own forms of gover--
' nent wvith thfeir own history anit trad-
itions. They even had their own {al-
phablet. 'fies, the great hulk of the
less than a half million non-Christian
tribes are the Moroa., or l'.Ohami-
medans. Thi-y are a group of people
whose history is entirely apart from
that of the Christian Filipinos as the
life of the American Indians are sep-
arate from the European Americans.
Mlohammuedan; Uplien vi
For three centuries the Spaniards
were unab~le actually to conquer them.
In twenty-five years they are ;gradlual-
ly made to feel that they are part and
parcel of the Filipino people,- they
are even given representation in the
legislature, and their representatives,
leave tine andl aain assuredl the rest
of the Filipinos that the Mloros are
1with them in their fight for N~depend-
ence. For 'several years under the
supervision of the Philippine' con-
stabulary, the Moros .were peaceful.
The recent iipheaval was caused I y

1? JeeO4tat the iirpTenIlleuce of the ;r
1 '1tl'ry rill he a'I real - dftg r" its
the ir ,we1-heno ar, (tepsil t o
nti-Phlilippine ideendenlce would
;andt desirf to make ther o«'n;,desiny1
as a. people'. Thlat desir" trail lnvy h''
,ratified by giving them whiet their
ii them'sleave wom'ked for, what, li We
United 'State s 1ha,;promised ,it lell.d1an"
what they for yewrs have peacrefully.
lei~ally.andt sinceei'ly striven for-- i
;Philippine indeopendence.
Urbana, Illinois, M1'arch 24.--Try-
outs for the annual spring opera are
being held this week at the Unliversity
of Illinois.
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ordinary kind; wonderfui value, appreciaed by var-
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5 1-2x3 1-2, with sty~li flap. iz of paper, before fold-
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wholly satisfied and delighted. Mrs. Keith, Ohio, write.:
"Stationery is beautif'ul. Nlevei' sn w such wonderful
value. Mi~y ub' members aro~sending5 in orders. Ce-r-
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Alway"-iremit with order. Add t1,cuits for west of Denver
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theo goodt taste of a uerson
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your taste will h2u estab-
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rphle texture and quality of
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1410 exah liay Toit ".,... 2 for
.ll0 Rexsall (Qata "rh Jolly . ....2 for.
.60 A. T;.- C. Seltze........2for
*'Y lexa il C('<rbolic 7salve .2 for
.25Reall('arcalrIallets.....2 for
It)IealCod LC'ivernmulsion . .2)'orI
.25 Rtexall Cornx Solvent.....2' fcr
.25 RexAll Foot. Powder . ..2 f.,tir
. "0 Mechanics Soap Paste......2 for
..0 Rexall Kidney Pills......2for
.25 Laxative :C old Tablets.......2 for'
.3-), exail Liver Pills......... ,.2 for
.60 Menthiolated Pine Syrup . ... for
.60 Penetrating ,Liniment...... ,...2 for
1.00 Syrup Ilypophosphites.,.....- .2 for
.301 Baking Chocolate (8 oz.)
Bitter .............. 2 for
.2t Medicated Skin Soap......2 for
4,0 Tubes Zinc Ointment ...:..2 for
1.00 Pink Laxative Wafers .......2 for
.2a Spices (Five Kinds) ........2 for
1.{0) Quinine Hair Tonic ..... ....2 for
.31) Powdered Cocoa, (8 oz.)......2 for
.24 Klcuzo Tar Shamhpoo ....."2 for
.25 Rexall Blemish Soap .......2 for'
.15 Brown's, Special Toilet Paper 2 fair
(Limit Six- Rolls to, Customer)
.60 Opera T-ea ThreeolNinds .(8 ,oz.) 2 for
.40 Peanut Butter (10 oz.) ......2 i4)i'
.20 Chocolatie Pudding (5 oz,) ..:.2 for
.15 I-ardxvrae'r -Bath .soap '- . . ..:-.2 oi
1.00 Pure OlUkv e 0-1. ..........- 2 for'-
W6 Bay 11umu... .............. 2 for
.20 Sulpuum tCream.. Tartar
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(' N'1' ill31buy' any 3arti+°e me str, ie
O n this advertisement iregAarless,;f its :
retail value-providing a :second airticle ofthe
same kind is puxrchased at our m'gular ,i'icre.
You pay the regular price for the first
and get a second for only O)N1 CENT.
$ .75 R];evelation Stationery ..... ..3 fo)r $ .76
004)lorud Baltimore Stationery . . for .51
1.411) ymphony Laivn Stationery
(Fancy Borders) ........ ? .';r 1 011
.15 inien Finish Envelope-s .'2for .16
."i0 Linien Correspondence Cards 2 for >51
.04) E letic t o urling Irons ... ..2 for °?21
.7."rubbWOerized Cloth Aprons . ,. .2 for .76,
.' :5 (~'dren's Rubber Ball-i...2 for , °d
.10 WritMing Tablets, Ruled or
Plain ... ... ........... for .l11
.k35 (Cai'tons- (50) Cascade I :yen
YEnvelopes..........2for 3
.54 Pounds Cascade Linen.......2"'f sr ..y1
1.0) eI Claire Stationery (Large
size' and; new style) ......2 for 1.01
.25 tCe(Iar Moth Compond:.....2 fo;r .2;
.7 a Pontes Fabiric Stationery '.. so r .74
.W4 Oriole Fabric Stationery . ,. .'' f'r .:9
.6k Cold Edge Correspondence
Cards..............2 for' .63c
. )4} Children's Play Balls.....2 for .1
.:35 Floating Fish (Rubber) ...... ° for .36
.k35 Toothbrushes (Assorted)....for .kin
.a5 Jams (15 oz.) three kinds ..-..2 for .5¢6
.k35 Crape Jelly (10 oz:) ..... ..."? for <3;;
.4 Pounds, Opeka Coffee........for ,.31
.:11 Orange Marmalade (12 oz.) ..2 for 41
1.01) Pounds Liggett's Chocolates 2 foar 1.31.
.k35 Liggett's Mild 'Chocolate
8 oz. ................. for .36
.05Y Liggett's Gumn and Mints. for .06
.60 Wrapped Caramels (Poundls) '' 'ar °. ;!
.15 Wash Cloths _... .--,.2 fo" .16
.05 Milk Chocolate Almond Bars 2' for .06
.75 Chocolate -Covered Cherries ..' for .7rk
r.2 5 Fountain Syringes (2 quar 't)-} fo 2,26,a
X0 Opeka Tea (Thiree KIindss) ... .2 fr. 6i
.515!Envelopes .six iuchets)... .2 for .
2.25 W eater' BettIles............,,.2 for F2.2s;
.206'Jonteel 'Velour Pumfa.......2 for .21

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,6 ) Kl-e :iLquid EAnt;ear]i.c . . . .J for'
,o. .:io ea COl Cream...o......2 for
>°>' C-eamloShAvigmoin ...2 for
.30( ~ rexaDToth PTatue......for -
.50 ,Iontqoi Cold Creaini........2 for
.54 Co olingBauser 'oCrea......2 for
.74)ECoe:osngtCoilbs (9 nchso).. 2 for
11 Ce am 1halmnds....am...... 2 for
,:( ouueorgia Roe Talcum...... 2 for
Vi).oilet Wate Furo rs)... . ..;for
.0 Jonmrl Vra'aishingdr..n.. ...2 for
,4),Cooan Butr.U ~old Crama. ...'3 far
.1) Volqet or Rosee Glerine oap2 for
.7iDresn cofhbs (9 inces) ....2 for
J0 ToexallBrshesv(lugsrted) ....2:? for
I.M Bouquet IlAmee Talcum ...... 2\:folr
.291 Violt.(DurilceSoa..........2 for
,15 VletapoLI C ,isl rysltls... .23for
1. [.outI Raez-oiltWae.. 2 o
.50 ontaclTal cum PowNder...... for
114 To th Brushes ~(Ao e)..2.'for
1,04 .) oo wd Rme aco Pow.er\2 for
,'4)AuoiIorggl n .............2 for
.15 IoubIeMs aU Nes 2fi
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