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.totive Electioneering?Altru
Z Without German System.
LUBldflW. Juno 1 1
, ,;eorce ' Ogreul tliojinv.
v ,? persona pr.ua wlth the
tfi r'a'T^.a't litlcal BttuaUoo
^5 bp la ntenea. As tho
^ J , . - -nr.ro MU.
?aW* ^,,, th lueldtty aad
aiK*^ '. unent aad
.mnianded tho
t pirtn ? ^ ^ electorate on the
B?**', . h lt la rrofoundly
.. ?, , o
**YYa ? : tatva
??r. h!m. nnd who ls th. re
**_.,., t -ho Ohanoelior's
'W ... aj a vote winner? At tfir
heart of the ea.
and yet he was heard
* '
ho ba*) i'Otrie OUfl ? a WelshmanY'
* where economy ^a*. pra
rrv J c. '-.e the natural
,,-'?? -"'.aln. the londrr
aavderr.O'--"- ? In the cauae of sonal
bl that the
Exchequer haa .
aarkil ? !n'K obout
?eon pails *"or month? to
tlea ab il
- unemplojraieat aad
and mla
M*at *r *? rn,''',',? ""
?' national inauraace
_j,^ pi ' momic
^ Ele does n ?r prac
- to tiio . of his
tora, the riirec
nd other rn
B a far
of ao. reform for the
_ - ' ? --' ?omethlnp
? d Wll] hnld
even if ho
aj bwr. ? t them for three
^?rs. aad thera Ifl a that the
t in defl
... ? tbor ? ? nd lytt.
>..?,- n, rerrnan offtv ?
?? ?
, nr-. gcheme II '.
nnd ever
.., to Brltlah requtrap ? I
. - ? graated. Yet
- are made the truth
I new g .nd hrok?m
? | ?
_?-- a - ? barren are thf eonetl
?floBfll'.' ' ,:?,:?t !n nmrar!*-"i
. - a ol -lai legla
doe? the
.....-? . r ref
r,\--.
. d. i' a horaa ha
Btahled, wen
? ad and k?-f fit for v
.... .
.
...
? fl cqto tO
?: * of over
*"ker? ...
tmae th' ... a=c;or
whlch the
1 .?
?1 is Btamped
ng m 'her la
r i-1 birth f .
.. . . when ihe ar
- neat ] ?r " flellv
?at 1 ? the paa
?
? ? ? ? :. I
- . ? _ream
1
-r?n H? i?
g up the ei
<m. lnvalldity and
.' adapti' |
tha ? tiee ot
the relatlon*. of ?
1
-
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raiped fl r ai
-o<\ them against the r.5ks of
?
tn. ?
n '
ith fl
.... .... ...
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Bcautiom
al r taotherl
? I of he ?
.. ant hAmes and lr
fljr,- .. . . f or i
.
ha
Bkm
B0 when t:
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there ls
.i wlll e e:
... . -.
nii.
? ? -ine mali' |
: wel
' m Oermai
? "
? rlal rroo
e_vs
?
? - rre the tr? I
-. the i rlnelplee of geafera
??tt aj - . . aad a here eenphrjrerg
nnofl " ? aallp ln
rna und'-: I
i -her raa i
I taanraaoe i ai
-kmanliko and comaat
? ti and ?cr,
hlt h mt, but then
r'.e friendly ao
fln
?
... aaat ' ' '
' - flo b.R un .
H aaa i ... ,._ ih. gel
optag that
? I
? , ravtve I
.... na asm
BneaaeaBi ? - neaawhtle ha
?.,
.. .ut! ao laliaan whlch
?
?>*/< eliornr.d ? ' -lriiU **!
i altrulam may do thla, hut practicai rc
^rmers in Cermany wlll hav? thelr ml*?
'Tlhga. In England work baa not boon
''"nvrrted lnto the IBBBBBlllal agpmt for the
1 redeniption of ? upranta. drunkards and
outea-ata; nor laaa aelf-halp born aoeapted !
i "3 the moet whnleaaania stimuiant for
enabling tha tnietnnle?. a to Baaka g I
*i,art ?' aaa worhaaaai te improvo
t.iHr lior-.irs and to a.lopt hlghOT Mand
?irda of livlrii*. The obllsation to wortl
is not . nforoe,]. and the pampcrod child
I ?ornaiism i? taught hy BgHatora I i
a thal thVatata owea hlm a living!
<md that ho can get goeaethlng for noth- j
, U*aT. lt La not ao in r;e;!nanv where the
I arorkgajgji i,as ho,.,,niP R c.r,jr or arhra m
i the aaea-dtautdaan of f-nte, and tho ean
j Ployer is a oorrrspnndtns; w hccl fltting (
t in with him. and arhera tagmther they are ,
? "'king oul BOCta] reforma and re.nomic !
i undor Inrlaaaaul ronggrlaBOn of
' atata nnviaia. i n. r
-.-1
BAPTISTS RAISE $70,000
Money Subscribed in an Hour for'
Seminary in Russia.
Philadelphla, juro bX?ai to-day'a aaaaloi
of the , t eatnpalgn '
Ma) for tho aaUhltohaaant of aj
mlnary tn St. 1
I agt n, and ta
? - ' ? ? ? ' ? ' f '
wed a esaes of fl lelegati
told of tho work he:ntr done :n R..
the B., ? more
.....
keapeare, of i.
?he men to
? - ? moa
ag them to p 11
fora ird to
... ......
at crowd* I i
?
ted.
? | more
Bg the Baptist
f;.itli. eara ln exlle
awalted hla re- '
turn t n. To BtHI
?rn meant exlle In tha
-
? 1 the i
thelr ejrea, ar.d |
. ?
rlll OVOV t\-0 fl,;,!
An f
? ? . ra1-?
f md.
.
ll| ? : |
ir in order to obtaln r-orr
to eati Inetltutlon."
P-r Ig
' .? '
Btion of Kmc freorga V and Qua?n
waa an ac n ? *
aer a Iy, ?nd ,
in tbe
?
-
I -? MacArthur
urch, New yorl
t of the Bar
. ? ? ....
ti
? ? _ wblcb'
iae, ef
? -
?
ria/J rnoved that t I the mmmlt
? '
I
tlng.
. .
: roml-!
the
srate? of tha 8
GIBFKT FTPST AT UTRECHT
Several Aviators Meet with Mishaps in
Fi-e-ht from Liege to Utrecht,
?
? Btagi of tl o
... b was I
? w*y*
ng and 1
fl
wind
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me.
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a
YOUNG AVIAT0RT5 CI.0SE CALL
BfachJ - ia Attempt to Imi-I
? ? JpirgJ Drop"" Hc Had Bei
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fllght a1
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dearendlnfl ??
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??AUNT BEftDIE" EADB ODD WILL
Share of Eftate, Eulogy and Eig Dia
mend Riag One Eoi:'3 Bc
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f Bertha H.
ed at
i
of ber
tt
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HONOR MIN AT LEAVENWORTH.
Latargg - ' '
:" . - ^ I Ba
? - j i aa-81
try.
FRESH1 FOR FIFTY
Party of Girls Off To-Day for
Two Weeks in Country.
CHILDREN SING WITH JOY
Fired with Enthusiasm as School
Year Draws to Close, Mak
ing Work for Fund.
\ pareen paaatng thmmrh Muiherry
a-trrrt ?eBtarday, at the nni>n he-ir. mlpht
ven !?nnethlng that would have made
dOUM for a tnnment, at 'eaat, tlu>
w rtadom nnd afti lemy of mir cr*atest Ameri?
ran tn*titntion. In front af ori? of the
publlc achoola a grenp of pnpiis had gath?
ered and we-e tincng. af the |ag of thei;
youthful Um??. B refraln that would have
caused panga nt the heart of any pnlns
taktag memher of our city'a noard of
.?'ion. At R tempo aet hy the vlror
- BWUBg arm ot an urehln of nhout
twrh.r years thev shouted;
inore aaya an 1 we'll ht free
thi* plare of mia-er-y:"
Wh?n they had ?hotited H onee, th?T
again n uttle louader, nnd
'? ? li onee more a. Uttle louder atill;
?'me there was an exu'tant rm
? free thnt made the
I even above the hobbub of Mai.
rtreet Th'io wns a yort of sr:m
earneatneea aheut tha way the youag
choriat4 aang too, whleh shovei how
they wera thal i ' n>: arould aooa
he out.
M of the flchoola, v,iA\ v, hrinc*
irti rlnga th- busy aeeeoo
w,.rkeri= of the Trihune Freah Alr
Fund. hlal acl oela of the .- ?
cloaed . and to-day the Brat party
thelr rnnks will aet out for
... f '??? gli - ? aetera
- prelfanlnary phyalcal ex
wlll he som tO Etapp iand. at
? N- .1 ,> ? ttrai ?of tl ?? Tribune
- to open.
rn drawn from dif
?.?? Ten of the aTirlP
... .-?? .... orkrrs
? "eVarren Ooddard H a ta Eaat
thera by the workera
n Jonea atri ? l
ie rema.i ' lh the workera
re from the -
i.l two of then rdlni te
the worker who aelerted then. tha 0P
country f** fwo
b per] | problem A f>w'
their 1 waa run r by e
injured that ba wlll
and aeveral ? ? ? n tht
ftfeanwhile the mother is com
'o e8rn tne money 1 r the i
famfly, nnd baa to leave her
? one durlng the entlre day.
? ?? other.* in the party who ootne
..- J,'ig? equaih- dlatreaa
r j_ | .. p yeare la belng
? ? iar who for three
haa been trying to aupport h"r
on tba three dnl'.aia
- c, areek a Bhe la aMe to
areatahop work.
gtlll another "^me? from a 'aree fani J
?"it^r la trying tn aupport by
worldi | U anitor The. father hia hoon
Mlleved 1 ? l i ba
' ? ? ? I i open
i dnring the aummer.
dl ot theae r?i,a? and In n'n""
the 1 bo Fund I
% A douhle servlra ||
11 ' roi
? food
? open eountrv < I
i at 1 ':"",ta I i ?
burden of ei off the
. t a devoted mother or a atrug
p'.nz father.
a
WEDDIriGS.
ir tvia r t*- ." ipel of Sr Patrlck'a
afl noon yeaterday Mna Eth?i
Of Mr- Frederlek C
? ?. of Boal ind Parla v
? ? Indlville. of .
rted to the altar by
I bert Herrlek, wore a cmwn
? ?? Ith d !' heag laee,
.. . I -. ? fl I
... - .v. .no, an^ o^an.e blOBBomB,
Sh" carrl. d a bouquet of f-th<
.andant v .? ^ *
l waa 'n a eo-in of
n, witl a hafl of Mne
? r tt t'pV roaea -1
her bouquet Jamea
J(t - ? ? ?
Pranh Wfarrei AH-n
,/ dea were the hera TV|*
tr nor La?
a followed afl
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f Dr. aad Mra < irles Di
???-. irafl marrl?-d this af?e.
.->. tO F
? ?
r :? B nxvllle.
^ ^ ? ? v th*
tetor of Trlnlty.
?yhr. t man waa I IN n
'? ?
?
ifargarel
? , and Howard Go
? | ? ? - ? Tl. Of
a Leonard Kennedy and 1
- Bamue
':
?? Mr and
.' mai ? :
iterday, al tbe H
a ma, i
II. A'Jami
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? .? ,-ere
. .ho Immed te relativ.
f ai '
?
?.??--?
an eztei f the Great
:
a
HEISEaS A J.ISSIONARY
Oniy Daughter cf S_.aiucl Mather to
Do Scttlement V." La',r-dc:\
('level ind, J -? I unsiance
laugh t ?- ? ? Hai
Labradot i
?
.
if the
;.. her time
...
ho i* the , .. garo
i ?? i lr- ii
laat .
WHAT IS GOING ON TO-BAY.
lan.
Da
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Hd Pai .
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lai*
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atate
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f DMIttt
"The Red Rose" Pleases First
Night Audience at Globe.
Af.er Sarah Pernhardt 'The Red Roae '
a mualeal play. *** il ^J*0"" aad
Valeeha Buratt at the Globe Tbeetre aaa*
nlght "Ti.e Bai Beea" prarai te he un
entertalnment ptaaalng * a Broadway ?..
[dlence of tha typa tbal attanda the open
jtngfl of ea.h rOOf -arden *tt of the fl.*.
"TJut whv Valeaaa ?nraiM II awdi se,m
that the' manacement had asked them
?alvee this taaetku. ga. ehheugh ?heoret.
leally -he b the star. ?he ia not befere lh*
aodleaea to anv marked eatant and b n
ahe la abeeat the audlanofl daaa a ?
The a.-tor who beal pmaaad the l.rc*
erowd. wtdci taetadad moat of the bo
trea.es alon* Breadway at preaant out of
vork. was ?raeet Lamhart. Whe again Bp
aeared m a summer reagttloaof a Lord
Dundreary rart with the whthkara Tha
audience loved to near him itsp even mora
,..ar ? njoyed tho r.imhie aattca of the
? ? h gownod ehoruB, wblcb waa aald to he
blgh prai?e when tho eharactar of the ?.
d.ence and the phyaleal attrartiveneas of
the irirls WBTB rera'.led
Mis? Flavla ArCBTO U Mme. Joyant re?
celved Bevaral aneorea belng most arpre
riatr,a | i care gnd danced.
john ? Baaard. a* Ludwig Bptagl* a
picture deaier. was aot aa tan ea Lta
pielda nor aa roond a* Joaepfa Weber, and
hi* German ataleet was equalty near thatr
atandard Iflaa Oarrta Reynolda, aa r,yr.
pkaaad the audlenee.
The plaj ariU probably be ? ^-.rro?* va
Buratt is an artisfs rr.odel. She
aqutrmfl about a good deal and klsses a red
rom and wanaea McCutcheon, who is
Itzlng with hrr to lowerad llgbta and
tration in the eharactar of
Di.-k Lorlmer, an artfat, at th- time.
*2*here wi re ecenta effeeta aad eost.!-iea of
mark' ? r,Ss <l!'' n '
P^ai to the audience to an: greal k
book by Harry 1 ind
-- ? ? n re attn ttva than Rob
?
on, and. except for perhai
?marka, tacking anv traee of real
good humor. the place t? without obje.
able featurea fy' plot i" aueeesafttlly
Laat M^r"-- nlgbt fl Hterary ar I artiatie
- ? - oAtr tho apeii ef I
? ln the same theatre ns * I *
1 ? M ??erMnrk's "Slater Beatrice
u wa- ? ? tt tho a, .
a playhOOBB h*? under?one ln thii
a long tta a, arhen Vataake Buratt ?
her back in the flrel aet last nlght i
tha aecend M1 a gray halrel man a
Bcklaei
Tt ia i flummer mualeal aueeeafl ' i ?
Valeska Buratt when the audlefl ? enjoyed
tbe pretty chorua so much a re
- .. was ln three BCtS ' I c'
followi
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r__rf_ter'
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.ndra . ' '
U.J?ri '?- ??? '? ? . ""^??T
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MME. BEBNHABDT DEPABT1
Sails foi Franre and Will Write Ht
Impressions of America.
Mme Pirah Bernhardt, after raa plng *
? good Amerlcan i
li r h?r twenty-eta-thouannd mne tour m
,n- pauntry, departed for Fr^n a yeatei
.. ??. v-r h T_.n? Bteamahlp u Lor?
t. i
i | Bhe had alwaya lo*
? jred lt now more than
here ag. ' r refl
ptance ahe arlll r'if ,: .
ould aol expreafl reri ?rni"x
. impreaalona of I ra fnr Am
- i | . | to Wl llam ''
_ ? toi i Unerl
.Mn peopie thro .. ?????? ?
Ambaa ad r J laerand aalled on La L.or
ralne for hia " ' "
atrav tl ? ? numtha
THEATRICAL NOTES.
Bl ?n
t the "Lyrl
' . y 1. Whl
The play
Bl 'r." U - ' Bl lt 'he
. , ,. remaln thera
member
t
nd thi.' ?
London producfl '
? . ? aac-i bj "I tor
Brian company, whlch a
- in ? Th- Bln n ' afl the Ki ..
r
taga d
T^w- Flelda'a enterprlaei eturned f-om
? here he reeenf .
i," and h no* red In
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Home
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... .-?.;? manl
,,ire r ? ? ; ? ,
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Bte| . ?? ? ?
. ? nezfl aeaaon in the :..
rtta ? a - ? ? a
11 ? ?*/ Iyove."
Lew Dockatadefi Miaal ? w?U open
.... ? ??? ' theafra early
. . ? '
Bcheacl the aoof of the
ntury, ""be Net taki
II .-..im::iK. July 1 On thal
nlcht ?: ? ,"i' '' ' "' ' ' ''"n
erta by 7-1
VETOES HOTEL GOTHAM BILL
Govcrnor Dix Oalll It Objcctionable
Bpedal Legislation.
.... . Beaai * T D I
Gov
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Beter and
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APOOINT.V1ENTS BY THE REGENTS.
Ubaay. - ?' >"v' !; '
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pointm ia ea atata |
examii
Suraa examlnera. Mlaa h? ! ?mua,
, meri la oj
i i ,
,, i ? ;??' r x
Mualaar * pnb
. rbarteeB McCultah. Lean
? ? Bl B D
I rd rf Phar*
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v Bii \r? Tort ? ? ta i aiaaa-aara,
!,r P Haaaoa Wa , Jr.. 1
IS THIS WHAT HE MEANS?
f Mta
IIICWb
s
fe*p haam. /Va/'nai??-'
-Uaaa- no eondWo. att I .pptov. a B??d.torr Mj taBkg - ' "' : .'.e" * * *
r .,.,, orgnt to or not. ?MAYOR GAYNOR._ i
OBITUARY.
mr<5 PANIEL F. COHALAN.
? ?halan, tl a artfa p' Joo
. ., , - ted to tha iu
t ba i aaly yeater
... al r*r bome, at No. 9 Eaat
?? .. .? tuie llra.
.
...... :nirod alrr.
-dte ef al I '? '
Ibe waa ati nded by two
. -
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t? ap* a of bia
md hurrled at ""?
thera
e dk .
, i maiden ram- waa riannan
. L> i ... ... rjurabavarn,
? . , ork, ln ' I a araa man-'ed to
.. cohalan at gt Petar and Paula
i Al i
lajg ;? ??? afra. i ehalan wera ?h*
? renta ef ala ehttdrea, aii of whom ara
. , . ma ad egee being A
. ? taiaan. aeven; Patrick.
? ' ?oa and
two yeara of ai
..
... lUllan '
l a woman nott
... i, Oo
tlmata frienda. fl
... . , ra, who hiurrled
- ln thelr motor; Jua
r ,;i . ' '? J it;"
and her ln
,. heid on Mon I
itreet, he
nuea
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THE REV. DR. JOHN M. HOLMES.
- i 1 ? ? ? t. ? r"" John
bome, No
? demy atree*. Poughkeepale, N.
in his
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v. the aon of tha Rev. I
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0. from tl il
. u ?
w fl flter eg
. . i /..- ? terian Cb ireb ' i I
the New Brui
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? i for ai
li
? N- Y.
' n' tha
? at -
rai Bynod ot tha Re
llJi and delegrata 1
irgh in
. a ta
/terian
??
auburn
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maa, of Buffa l Iwa
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OEITUARY NOTES.
??-???? law of
. Henkel, .'.;- '? -'?"?
itreet Mr Puller.
ibl* aa ln tha Wtb
Id. Ba ta?
fl - -
LL HBNDRIE, a re
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?n ln
?
twent ' ad waa |
.. ; gi g rfi ai ra Barrtni
a long time on tl I 4 Bjo*reTuora Ha
.... ? I tWO
a
MRS. DAVID 0 PHILLIPS DEAD
Mothcr of the Late Author Expirss on
a Train in Georgia.
lad . !ui ?? . M ?
Phillii "t tha ia?.> a 1 ? i
Orahan lled to-da
i ba t.ik-n fron
Ital
fn ni ? alifaraia to
North '? ? '
Ing ?
Mr ? I ...
? tragtc da
, y,. k ajhfl ? chlfdn ind 1
.
PhlUtpa I le her
hoabaad ln me lasal ageaefeeg)
STRIKE MEETINGS TO-DAY
Seamen to Meet Cornpanies Not
Yet ia New Agreement.
Th* ronference, rommrt?e. of the dlfferent
local* of the lateraatloaal seamens T'nion
; anri , , .-. ? tlc Coaat Baaman'a :
: ahlch eame to a tl BB "?' ? '
??_. - , ?-. ??? ? Ufl
atarted oul yeaterday l? emnge <-onf
aneea with the rr mrani-a whloh hava not
repHed to tha demands.
The commlttee raached rier M, T wl
? i time te av?-rt a Btrike oi i ta
ape, of tbe Unlted
t Comv ?.,-. -, hleh aaltod yt tarday for Souti
: \mo:' ui portfl Thomera i ' tbe crew
eft the ahlp and were on -he pier,
I demnrrad italg ng lha artl if i
. ? nnd trip until advanoaa m wat_ea
mandei fer tha agUon and Bramao had
he-n graatei. Just then the union eom
. .,? --r?-rad and an arrangement araa
burrledl] a ida tl H a aai aaBBatary pay
ro!l WOUld made e-it fOT the BBBB ?
trip eovariag the advancee deflsaaded. pend
tng a ronfe-enc-e between lB1>TBBBBtBtlvea
t the oompany ar/ th- anlon oomntftaa to
... . .?.? then aaltod arttb her regu
: l*r ''" _,__?
ir v.as aald that conferencea win he beid
. between repreaentattvaa of the aaa
r-rn ard tbe Ofl ' T"A Wa!
llnee W. Ifaey, genera'. man
of tba Ward Llne. 6ald that ba U.
? ?' ?? Mked for a cenfarence a i
'the commlttee of tha seam-n. arl ?:
. lt 1 ?3
a oooference wa* held laat nlght betweea
i rapreeentatlvea of th- .* nf
Maanen and of I. ngehoremen and
h .- alde workera at whl< h ; i
tion of a Waterl
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tha fl ratlon a ; ?? I raeent Bfty I
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IsEAMEiVS STRIKE NEAR END
1 Settlement at Sovthampton with
Ail but White Star Lino.
I -. june - rlke at
' ? 'Ai;h a!1 fl"'?
prting the f
terma whlch w<
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the Bteam
on Bai
- June 3.-T
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SENT BACK TO STEERAGE
Passeagors of tbe Laura Ordered Back
frora BDli Island in Fear of Cholcra.
md m
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when I *aa at Quai i
patlenta dld i
,. Th_ neaith Offleer ordered i
. ? yeaterday. but took off
another lUepWoOB cnac.
Yto - ? BsamlnaUeefl of
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TOOO TO VISIT UTTITED STATE?
Congrc38 Will Be Asked for S19.000 to
Entcrtain Japanesc Admirr.1.
_,hh_gton, .mne _. -Caagreea arlll be
ikad for ji.'.ou'.' te be u?e<i for me enter.
i Uullfld Btatea af Adaalral
tha fanBoaa J..; nai - a ival ?
. ?ui visit thla aeuatry Ufaaedlatelj ef?
f ,,.? ,,,ronati.m faettvttiea M i.i'.nl'n,
uhleh !>- i* altendinc a* tho BpgdBl repre
i geflreraaaaat
a fonaal dhuaer at the Whlta tfouea an.i
(umereua other ofltotal aalailBlaaiaala not
. i Kraaalagtoa hat Btaearha ? re ea
, prograa-aaa
MRS. LEA OUT OF DANGER.
g/n-Boagl bb, Juag ? Hi i Ua. arlfe of
Banator Luke L*a. of Teaaefl Ma nhaaa Bfa
{a betle-red to havo geea aaved by th.
? mto hor velnfl of a quart of h<*
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IMII.UTIKKKS.
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SPECIAL NOTICES.
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