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mi'j, !, 10 Sajjt Tbsim Tmbtote: Friday Moicstng, Juste 10, 1904. i
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Jl SAFE ROBBED AT
III FORT DOUGLAS
Biji! : Commissary at Post
vj the Victim.
I'J''i Noarly Two Hundrad Dollars
' ? i Secured by a Clever
h I Private Andrews Is Missing, , and j
h! ' 1 lf'i Telegrams Are Sent to Ap-. . j
' .,1 . prehond Him.
! j TXRIVATE GEORGE ANDREWS o
Hj lH V' I L' Company E, Twenty-ninth iiifnn-
B? (j' , ! J try, Is wanted at Fort Douglas. He
1 j ' j ) ' ' I? accused of entering the commls-
Hj i j i pnry at the post Wednesday evening
) 1 j I; and robbing- the safe of ?1S0, discovery
, ( , 'l ' ' f which was not made until Thursday
1 ' ' Private Andrews had been employed
Hf iv at the commissary of the regiment for
j ' ' , ; the. past two years and being very at-
' J ! ' tenlive to duty had gained favor among
, j( i , the ofheers and the robbery was the
r ' V i'" .cause of much surprise.
' t I V The soldiers employed at the cominis-
Bj sary worked later than usual Wednes-
i day evcninEr and all left the building
1 ! j i together about 5 p. m. It is a standing
' ' J , j order at the post that after working
H' J) hours the key to the office shall be
t !! turned over to the commissary officer,
Hj ft i j1 ' and this has been the task assigned to
B( . Jj Private Andrews. Instead of dollvering
Hf 'h i tne "drews, It is supposed by the
H 1 ; officers, made a circuit of the post,
H) J j after separating with the other em-
H ' I; ; ployes, went to the ofllce, entered the
H 1 I I "building and' neatly robbed the fafe.
Hi 11 ! 1 which had previously been locked by
f " i i Commissary Sergeant Denner.
H. , I1 It appears thut Andrews, who is cm-
Kj' ' ployed behind the counter, had become
Hy I , familiar with the combination of the
I i Ma re, and it was, therefore, an easy
HV task to secure the contents.
)( ! The money drawer of the safe con-
I tained a small tin box, in which was
Hk j 517S in gold, belonging to Sergt. Den-
jf ' )ier. a eheck for J3f), and WT.fiO in paper
H) ' alul silver currency belonging to the
H) j, I Government. The cheeks were not
h '''jl touched. Sergt. Denner is married and
W jjj I has been placing his hard-earned sav-
B'l iRS In the safe for keeping Jn the
Hn , j ,1 money drawer under the counter was
1' ,,: 55.16 in silver, $2 of which was taken.
This belonged to Regimental Commls-
Hj i' 1 e j sary Sergeant Bheart. Two boxes of
HM , f cigars were also missing. Andrews was
H? 1' , .seen to leave the post about 5:30 p. in.
X j ' ,' The robbery was reported to the post
HL in) commander as soon as discovered, who
Hj , I' i'M ordered that telegrams be sent to im-
j 'jl j ortant slations on all railroads out of
H j the city, and It is expected that An-
(i 1 !) drews will be apprehended before many
Hi ',b')ilSi hours.
' ML I.ieut Albert C. Gooding, who is
Hl rf ''' acting commissary during the absence
' of Capt. Frank D. Ely, Is using every
HL i ' ( 1 means to capture the soldier.
IVj$ " ...AMUSEMENTsTT
I 'H.jj - fllARLES A STEVENSON, who
' ' I ! I playH the part of the king In "Du
, ! Rarry," Is the husband of . Kate
5 ,',' Claxton. Recently their' son, Jlar-
j ' j old StevensOn, committed suicide in New
'k ' ! ; York, and now the actress is again strick-
J Mill en. her mother, Mrs. Josephine Martinez
'5 I! Cone, having died a few days agoi
H' t ' 1
U 1 U ! m Marie Jansen, the actress, has fded in
t '7 i, Boston a voluntary' petition in bankruptcy
J;, , f .J under the name of Ilattie M. Johnson,
T , I i plven bv hsr foster father, Ben Johnson.
' '! J The total liabilities of the former comic
, ' v. i '( ! opera queen are glvon at $1325. Miss Jan-
' v.j K-n's assr.ts are given as 1177,. Of thin
" . 'M Ji02.&0 I a claim against Robert Grou of
V, 1 t Kcw York, whlcli she says she Is unable-
R , I ' 10 collect. Seventy-five dollars is the value
it 1 J I of her clothing, on which she claims ex-
I n , omptlon. Being without funds to pay law-
l ,, T.-f-rH fees, MIbu Janen was not ropreaent-
,I , A ' I "cd by counsel, but filed tbo petition in
H et M ' or8on. Her present address Is Winthrop,
' s U ' ! , whrre she is ald to be earning a living
i tl'u doing necdlcwork-
1 V '
1 J "Uello, Uppercus! Are you still at Ub-
I jl'l crtv?"
I ( j "No; that' what I was a month aero.
!! I 'it I rn simply out of a Job now." Chicago
A ' ( A Tribune.
3 h V " '
7 U DENWKR, June 9. A theatrical synfll-
J 1. ; cate was formed in Denver today undar
15 ((i , the name of the "United Vaudeville as?so-
J, l 1 ; ' elation. The d?al was effected by D. J.
II 1 1. )' Grauman of San "Francisco and A. J. Mor-
t:( .i ' sanstoi of Los jVngele, who control tho
I,' j ' I ten and twenty-cent vaudovllio loues of
ll ' ' the Pacific coast ami George Tra Adams
if li" of Denver, who controls ihc Crystal clr-
II , suit hfttween Salt Lake City and Mllwau-
fi J . I !' kce. The new combination proposes to
kp j t ' . take in all of the ten and twenty-cent
l JK vaudeville hounes from the Mississippi
Ic 1, rivrr to tho Pacific coast. There arc al-
m 1 ,1 rcadv thirty houses in the trust and it is
), : ni l 1 expected that eighteen more will be added
jljt 1 1 ; to the chain.
Ii ; j EXCURSION RATES
','. . Via Oregon Short Iine.
! 'j, fit. Louis and return J42.E0
t.'ll ., Chicago and return 47.50
'.' " 1 , Chicago and return via 3t. Louis. BO.CO
' i J, fit. Douis and return via Chicago.. 60.00
, ' Limit 60 days. Tranjlt limit 10 daya
ilr I ' j 1 , In each direction.
L'r Tickets on talc Tueday and Fridxya
I , j j ' each week. Stopovers allowtd.
Bf ( ,1. Hoodlums Disturb Meeting:.
If HI Tnc o young hoodlums which ln-
K feBts the southeastern part of the city and
Ki II 'l Ur whloh has Its headquartors. not far from
HI'l'! 'v'' Seventh South and. Sovcnth East, la mak-
II Hit lug its rufffflanism so much felt thnt the
I 1, 'M people In that neighborhood arc beginning
BiC f.J 10 take steps to have the nuisance done
f f , ijS away with. Jaet night during the por-
H I 1 tjfr 1 forrnance of the oporctta, "The Babes in
H I I . '.y i the Wood," this. ga.ng was creating such
Hfj ' 1 I; a disturbance putslde the Eleventh ward
V I mectlug-housc, where the performance
H . jl j was . going on. that the police wore tele-
k ; I 1 phoned, for. One of the mounted officers
H ft h r j appeared on the scene, whoreupon tho
'i fl'f whole gang became conspicuous for jts ap-
f ' V ;?flcu
; CREDITABLE WORK
OF THE 0RA00ATES
Salt Lake Collegiato Instituto
.Holds Its Commencement
HIGHLY creditable to , tho pupils
and tho management of the school
were the excrclsea given last night
in tho First Presbyterian church
by and in honor of tho twenty-third
graduating cia.ss of the Salt 'Lake Col
legiate Institute. There were seven
graduates, each of whom delivered on
oration which spoke volumes for the
special attention given by this school
to oratory, composition and kindred
work. There was music, both instru
mental and vocal, all furnished by pu
pils of the school, under the direction
of Miss Edith A. Sutherland, and this
as well was a distinct tribute to the
school'6 efficient corps of musical in
structors. Beautifully decorated for the occasion
wag the church, the platform on which
the young graduates were seated and
from which they spoke, having been al
most a wilderness of palms, roses and
white and pink peonies. The house was
well-filled with friends of the pupils
and of the school and there was no
lack on the part of the audience of
demonstrations of genuine appreciation
of the efforts of tho graduates.
The following programme was ren
dered: Chorus, "Swing Song"
Frederic N, Lochr
Pupils of the school.
Invocation Dr. William M. Paden
"Japan, the Aggressive Spirit of tho
Orient"... Margaret Katharine Nelson
"Music as a Moans of Expression".. ..
Cynthia Alberta Reamer
"The Tragedy of the Transvaal"
James Robert LeMarr
Chorus, - "In Old Madrid"
Girls of the school.
"The Source of Our Nation's Great
ness' Amy Sara Qulnton
"Woman in Journalism"
Martha Catherine Mathews
"An American Problom"
Edward Lclfingwcll Troxell
"Nicholas II. and. International
Peace"..., Inex Claire Snyder
Piano solo, "Rustic of Spring"
Cynthia Alberta. Bcamer.
Award of diplomas.
Chorus, "Anchored" ,..M. Watson
1 Pupils of the school.
Benediction Dr. S. E. Wlshard
The orations, as their titles suggest,
were timely and without exceptions the
subjects wore well handled, the speak
ers having departed from the beaten
paths of graduation exercises and dis
played commendable originality and
depth of thought as well as clearness
and elegance of diction.
At the close of the exercises the grad
uates were the recipients of great quan
tities of flowers from their admiring
friends, while a touching scene was a
Utile later presented when the pupils
bade good bye to their instructors, two
of whom, Prof. Robert J. Caskcy, prin
cipal, and Miss Mabelle Morgun, as
sistant principal, close their connection
with the school with this year's work.
Prof. Caskcy has been connected with
the school for seventeen years, four
years as principal of the academic de
partment and the remainder of the time
as principal of the school. Since the
school was established, In 1S73, 140 pu
pils have graduated from It, and all but
twenty-seven of them have graduated
during Prof. Caskey's term of service.
The work done by the school during
all this period speaks most highly for
itself, and no class has been more rep
resentative of the school than the one
; "Whose Roof Is Over Your Head?"
i Rid yourfwlf of the bondage of rent
! paying by consulting the advocates of
home owning. "The Reavis System,"
32 and 34 Main.
Via Oregon Short Line.
St. L'oulfl and return $42.80 I
Chicago and return 47.50
Chicago and return via. St. Louis. CO. 00
St. Louis and return via Chicago.. 50.00
Limit 60 days. Transit limit 10 days
in each direction.
Tickets on ealc Tueed&y and Fridays j
each week. Stopovers allowed.
Wants Her Money
Application to Be Made to Court to
Compel Bryan to Pay Special
NEW HAVEN, Conn , Juno P. An ap
plication by Mrs. Grace Imogeno
Bennett will be heard-in tho probate
court Juno 20, asking that William
J. Bryan, exreutor of tho estate of P. S.
Bennett, her husband, bo required to bring
from New York to the. jurisdiction of the
court $150,000 In cash and to make Imme
diate payment to her of ?SO0O special bo
quest which her husband, P. S. Bennett,
made in her favor. It is understood that
there will bo no opposition to the granting
of tho volition.
TO SUBSCRIBERS LEAVING
TOWN FOR THE SUMMER
. Let The Tribune follow you. It will
be like a letter from home every day.
All you have to do is to notify tho busi
ness ofiice of your address by mail or
through telephone 360. Uncle Sam will
do the rest.
PR0V0 CANYON AND RETURN
'Via D. & B. G., Sunday, June 12.
A splendid opportunity to witness the
grandeur of nature's most magnificent
handiwork. A perfect-paradise for the
geologist, the botanist and lovers of
nature. Points of interest at every
turn. Leave Salt Lake 8 a. return
l ing arriY at &ut Lake 8 p, nu
I City and Neighbor!
KARLY yesterday morning car of tho
Murray line was derailed near Murrnv,
hut although tho car and a telephone pole
wer damaged by tho unxcpocted meet
ing, no injury resulted to the crew.
QIT7TK o. largo number of friends went
to Nophl yostcrday morning to attend the
funeral of the lato well-known railroader,
IhoniQB Belllaton. who died Simdav from
Injuries resulting from the nccldent'of Inst
Friday, lie was born In Nephl and leaves
a wifo unci flvo children to mourn his loss.
Tho tloral trlbutns wcro very beautiful and
(he. funeral a fitting tribute to a worthy
THE Elks' club hns just put In placo in
the lower room a very handcomo buffet,
tho design by s, W. Scars and the work
by J. P. Paulson. It Is of preen oak and
highly finished, making It 0110 of the finest
club bars in tho country.
A MKETING of the Slate Board of Edu
cation was held yesterday for the nur
poso of coiiHldorlng a number of applica
tions for certificates and to prepare qucs
tloim for the county teachers examina
JOHN A. KrDWKL.L, president of tho
National Association of Railway PoBtal
Clerks, in himself a postal clerk In active
Hcrvtce, but he talks Ilko a lawyer. At a
banquet given In his honor Iat night, Mr.
Kldwell reviewed the work accomplished
and being done by his association Jn the
interest of tho postal clerks of the coun
try and the service itself in a way which
loft no doubt In the minds of his hearers
that thoy wcro fortunate, indeed, to be
long to such an organization. There wcro
eighteen of the clerks who were able to
be off their runs to meet the president,
who has junt compIetPd a tour of tho en
tire region west of the Rocky mountains,
visiting every branch of tho association In
the eighth division of the railway postal
service. It Is tho first trip of the kind
over made by a president of the associa
tion of which he Is the bend. Mr. Kid
well's "run" is between Pittsburg and St.
Louis. He expressed himself as highly
pleased with Ills entertainment in this
ON ACCOUNT of the Indisposition of
Miss Jes.xie Ncwlin. who was to lecture at
tho Unlvorslty in tho afternoon to the
teachers nttonding tho slimmer normal in
stitute and In tho evening at Barratt hall,
she was unable to deliver them. Her place
wns taken in the afternoon by Prof. J. JI.
Welch, who gavo a very interesting ad
dress, and In the evening by Mls3 Maud
May Babeoek. Miss Babcock gave a read
ing from the American dialect poet3 and a
short lecture on Shakespeare's heroines,
with readings which, being delivered In the
cultured style familiar lo Salt linkers,
wc.-e warmly appreciated by the audience.
MEMBERS of troop A, National Guard,
enjoyed a practice march Wednesday
evening, when they -were taken to tho
southern part of tho city, whore, after a
short rest, during which refreshments
were served, thoy marched back to town.
TI7E W. C. T. V. will observe flower
mission day Saturday. They will meet In
the basement of the First Presbyterian
church to make tho bouquets for tho pris
on. Ono hundred and seventv bouquets
will be required and all who are willing (o
tonatP flowers and send them there will
earn the thanks of the ladles. Flowers
are scarce this year and for that reason
iiiey will be the more appreciated.
THAT size, weight and bluster do not al
ways count in a light was demonstrated
at the Salt Palaco last night. Two tour
ists from Chattanooga, Tenn., and Jeffer
son City. Mo., were having a friendly dis
pute, when a larore stranger, dressed in a
dark suit and derby hat. with a fair com
plexion, attempted to pick a quarrel with
one of them, a man much smaller than
himself. The Intter, handing him his
card, endeavored to postpone thu quarrel,
but was struck between the eyes and
knocked twenty feet. Me picked himself
up and proceeded to strew the ground
1 with his assailant, ."o that the latter had
I to lie carried homi- in a hack.
"THE situation in Utah is Ideal for tho
working out of the reclamation act," said
Engineer Morris Blen. head of the legal
department of the Government reclama
tion aorvice, when seen last night at tho
Knutsford hotel. Mr. P.ien had just ar
rived In the city from California, on thu
way to Washington, and will spend sev
eral days looking over tho Utah lake and
Jordan rlvor Improvement proposition. In
tho success of which he has the greatest
confidence. Ho expressed himself as be
lieving that there were no legal or other
complications In connection with this pro
ject which will oven retard the work
"There are some details to be worked out
by the people themselves," ho said, 'and
I believe they will be equaL to the occ a
sion." GLADY MAY WILSON, whose arrest
in Ogden w:i reported in Tho Tribune
yesterday, lias been brought down and is
now lodging In the city Jail. Sho Is
charged with petit larceny. It Is alleged
that the woman, who describes horself as
a dressmaker, was an inmate of a house
of ill repute here and robbed one of the
customei-s of tho establishment.
The one place for comfort and ele
gance. Fireproof; telephones In every
room! md"dern in every way.
Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Brooks of Catsklll-cn-the-Hudson
arrived in Salt Lake
Wednesday night from San Francisco, by
way of Mt. Shasta and Portland. Mr.
Brooks Is delighted with Salt Lako. Ho
says: "I find Salt Lako City a beautiful
place, with her broad streets and her gut
tors filled with pure, cold water, coming
down from the snow-capped mountains.
The weather Is line and the air is pure,
cool and very bracing."
Yesterday's record at the local office of
tho weathor bureau:
Maximum temperature, 77 dear.; mini
mum temperature. 52 dog.; mean tempera
ture, 64 deg., which is 1 dcg. above the
Accumulated deficiency' of temperature
since the first of the month. 23 deg.
Accumulated deficiency of temperature
since January 1, IS dog.
Total .precipitation from 6 p. m. to 6 p.
m . none.
Accumulated deficiency of precipitation
since the first of the month, .00 Inch.
Accumulated excess of precipitation
since January 1, 4.15 Inches.
1 Temperature nt Other Points.
Denver , C2
Grand Junction 70
Kansas City ' S2
Los Angclc 78
SAu Francisco 6R
SU Louis 7G
SU Paul , 7fi
FIRST EXCURSION NORTH
Saturday, June 11,
Via Oregon Short L'ine. One fare for
the round trip to principal Northern
Utah and Idaho points.
See any Short Line agent for full
City Ticket Office. 01 Main street,
WILL SUE FOR, DIVORCE.
That Mrs. James G. Blaine of Washing
Ion, who was Miss Martha Hlchborn. will
shortly enter proceedings for divorce Is
generally accepted here among her inti
mate friends, though the Highborn family
declined today to verify the rumor. Mrs.
Blaine has Just returned here from a visit
to her sister-in-law, Mrs. Walter Dam
roscli, and Mrs. Bealo in New York, and
It Ih rumored that the dotails of the di
vorce proceedings were 'arranged there.
Picture shows J. G. Blaine.
20 outgoing calls per month. No
charge for incoming calls. 2c for-excess
ROCKY MOUNTAIN - BELL' TELE
Landed, on Its Feet.
"The ability of. a cat to light, on-its
feet Is well known, but never until I he
other clay had I recn a practical demon
stration of It," paid one of the Instruc
tors at the Pennsylvania College of
Dental 'Surgery, at Eleventh and
Clinton streets. "JutJt opposite the col
lego building on Clinton street is a
three-story- house surmounted by an
attic, In which is a dormer window. My
attention attracted by a cat that,
hail crawled 'through the open window
and was prowling about the roof. She
wan evidently of an Investigating turn
of mind, for .she leaned, far out over
the eaves and the next moment I
saw her wildly clawing the air In a vain
endeavor to regain her lost equilibrium.
Down she went to the pavement below,
a distance of perhaps thirty-flvo feel,
turning and twisting in the air in her
descent. I expected to see her crushed
to a pulp, but she landed on -all four
feet and didn't even seem dazed, as she
ran up the front steps and uattcd at
the door, a though waiting for. some
one to come and let her in." Phila
delphia Record, j - -
Changes in Cavalry Stations.
WASHINGTON, June 9. Orders have
been'iHhued at llicWar department transferring-
tho Fourth and Ninth cavalries.
Tho:Fourth Is now at Fourth Rllcy, Fort
Lca'enworth and 'Jefferson 'Barracks, and
the Ninth Is at. Fort Walla-AVallo, the
Presidio and 'Monterey. Tho change will
lako placo Octobor 15th The Tenth infan
try luui boon ordered from San Francisco
to stations in the Dopartmcnt of tho Co
lumbia, ' ' " 1
in His Room
Vice-President of a New York Dry
Goods House a Suicide,
N' EW YORK. Juno 0. Moses Weill, 12
years old. vice-president 1 of the J.
Spencer Turner ' company, a dry
goods house, was found dead today
in his bachelor apartments at She'rrya.
Ills head rested In a pool of blood that
Ho wed from two bullet wounds, ono over
the heart and another in the left temple,
either of which, It Is said, would have
lauscd death. A revolver was found near
his side, and he was fully dressed. Mr.
Weill had suffered from severe attacks of
BRIDAL VEIL FALLS AND-RE-TURN
. Via D. & R. G., Sunday, June 12.
A magnificent spectacular production
of nature at her best. Dazzling water
falls, overhanging cliffs, green trees,
roaring torrents, beautiful wild flow
ers, all in grand profusion. Train leaves
Salt Lake S a. m returning arrives In
Salt Lake G p. in. Chicken dinners In
the canyon at Donnan's resort.
Congo Government Indignant.
BRUSS12LS. Juno 1". It Is understood
that the Cc-ngo State Government consid
ers the British proposal of a special com
mission to Inquire Into ila affairs as un
aceeptabln and contrary to 'Its Independ
ence and dignity.
-To Ogden, Sunday, Juno 12.
Via D. & R- G. R. R. Special train
leaves Salt Lake 10 a. m Returning
leaves Ogden P:30 p. m. A splendid op
portunity to seo the beautiful Ogden
Canyon. Trout and chicken dinners
at the Hermitage. Refreshments on
train.- Don't miss ll.
Jimines on Way Homo.
WIL.LKMSTAD, Curacao, Juno 0. Gen.
Jiminfz, former Dominican 'President, has
arrived here, seeking, resources' for his
projects, in San Domingo.
Utahns in Boston.
Special to Tho Tribune.
BOSTON. Mass, June 9. Mr. and-Mrs.
Howe, registering from "Utah, are at-the
Qutncy; Mr. and Mrs W. 13. Slsk. regis
tering from tho came State, arc at Youngs.
We Are Great CorTco Drinkers.
"The people of the United States drink
moro coffee than any other nation on
earth." J R- Bronnan Informs me. "but
not ax much In proportion as- the people
of certain other countries. When the dif
ference In .population is taken Into con
sideration, Brazil far surpasses us as a
country of coffco drlnkors. Belgium and
Holland nltfo excel us In this respect. .Tho
consumption of coffee por capita In Brazil
Is fourteen pounds each year, In Belgium
and Holland It Is eleven pounds,, whllo In
the. United States each person. In tho popu
lation consumes an average of about eight
pounds of coffee yearly.- Jinglnnd ls away
behind in the procen-slon. with a con
sumption of only one-half pound per
capita annually, but the amount of tea"
consumed on an average In that countrv
by each person is live times. na great as ih
tho United States" St. Louis Globe
Democrat, i- "
in the Bull Pen
Fifty-Sevon Men Held "by the
Military Authorities at Crip
CRIPPLE CREEK, Colo., June 9.
A party of twenty mounted
deputies which left this morning
for tho vicinity of Beaver Creek
in search of a number of men who were
reported to have lied in that direction
after yesterday's fight at Dunnvllle. re
turned here with several prisoners. The
identity of tho prisoners has not yet
Deputies have been busy all day
making arrests, and at C o'clock there
was confined In the bull pen a total of
fifty-seven men. Since the wholesale
arrests have been in progress the
Mine Owners' association office has
been filled with men who are flocking
there to take out cards, but none are
being Issued at present.
The funeral of Alexander McLain,
the shirt boss of the Findley mine, who
was killed in the exploslonjp.vas held
today, and was the largest funeral ever
held in this city. Although the streets
were muddy, several hundred members !
of societies of which Mr. McLain was !
a member, besides 124 citlzeno, com- j
posed of mine-owners, merchants,
miners and bankers, walked to the
The military had been in session all
night and after a few hours sleep re
sumed its labors at 4 o'clock this after
noon. Its sessions will continue
throughout the night, and In the morn
ing another report will bo made to Gen.
BelL The General carefully looked over
the list of names furnished him today,
made some alterations and then said
the list and the recommendations were
There wore no deportations tonight
It Is said, however, that they will he
gin tomorrow and continue until all the
men whom the mine-owners consider
objectionable are out of the district.
Tonight the city and district are com
ST. LOUIS EXCURSIONS
Via Oregon Short Line,
Tuesdays and Fridays of each week.
Round trip from Salt Lako only 542.50.
Tickets good for sixty days.
Shortest, fastest line. See other Short
Lrne advertisements In this Issue for
Blazo in Missouri Town.
WARRENSBFRG. Mo.. Juno 10. Fire
this morning destroyed Clark's lumber
yard and much other property and Is still
burning. The loss thus far is J175.0O0.
Sued "by His Doctor.
"A doctor here has sued me for $12.50,
which I claimed was excessive for a
case of cholera morbus," nays R, White
of Coachella Cal. "At tho trial he
.praised. his metilcal skill and medicine.
I asked him If It was not Chamberlain's
Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy
he used as I had good reason to believe
It was, and he would not say under oath
that it was not." No doctor could use
a better remedy than this in a case of
cholera morbus. It never falls, Sold.'
by .iUl leading:, druggists.-'
j NEffs wnsjjjjjaKt
PHILADELPHIA, June & q7BD
amaker. a leading merchant & l $ ii
and brother of former p,,,. rttlt i ft
oral John Wanamakor, dlc.i iliWn? !fr
day of heart disease. 1 X
DENVER, Juno 0.-Attnr 1 V
Rogers, representing m,4 3 h '
Phlnps. today filed In tho nu,f,Tv2 ,
petition for tho rtopenlng or hi1 C
hearing at which Judgo PcU 1
appointed her husband 1 I
Phlpps, custodian of their two )'
NBW YORK. .Time o.-ar) f t
mean of the. ptcnmshlp pX &i i
which arrival today, said ihSf S ,
dny he pawned the steamer vLh
on ono o.f her decks ho foi '' 1
lloves to bo tho submarine boat pjl
WASHINGTON, j7m 0.-rnl, V
Charge Loo at Panama has "v.6 J I
State department that the GovSS i
Panama hns consented to aiurr' V ,
upon tho pending coinage Ict&Wii1 t1-
a conference is held InES v
a view to securing a system SSl h
that prevailing in tho Phlllppii i. I
, WASHINGTON, Juno S , J
statement of the trcasurv shriT'ft fk
ablo cash balance, $16$,i9yi. . '
003,515. "' !f '
ST. LOUIS, June 9. The cornr f 1
loday. which inveatlgatcd x.hl
Manuel Sercva. the aPnnih bainfri 1
who was shot by K. C Carleton f '
other matador, returned an oriJS? ,
diet of homicide, leaving the Si I"
responsibility under the law1 6 1
prosecuting attorney's office -ni.
returned to Jail. "' Bl d
KANSAS CITT. j"u"no 5.-Th ,
both Kansas Cities say that Viciw' Iff
haa not bcon arrested by them r V
othr Colorado miners cbarKed'wl SV
fens;s In that State. g Q (
SALINA, Kan., June 3.-ChatlM
rad of Victor. Colo , who Is
father hero. Is pressman on tho
Record, whloh was destroyed hr .
last night. lie received a teleoramfJ -from
one of tho employees of the tt1 '
office tolling him to come at cAdi r
aavo his household goods. Sfffc
HARTFORD, Conn., Juno O-taAmF
convention of tho Prohibition oillsl1
day nominated Fred G. Piatt VrMll '
Britain for Governor. w
VICTOR. Colo., Juno 9.-Thv &,.
sion appointed by Gen. Bell t) 17.1
Into the records of the miners u-iFjIf
rest reported to him today a list .ij
ty-aeven union miners, with th'xS i!
mcndatlon that they be deportei f
DENVER Juno O.-At the gri t
exercises of Denver university t
Henry M. Teller received th"dtoC I
doctor of laws, as did Wllllam'Frii A
Dowell. who n-as recently mac!tWJlL, ?
the Methodist church. f
ASirEVILLE. N. C. Jutie-Mmr. 1
glnia Rhodes, one of the heirs to ti c It
Rhodes estate in South Africa Juiv I
found In Asheville. She Is not'ilar '
ginia Rhodca Baker, and a mL!;cu.7 i
SAN FRANCISCO. June 5.-Tu 1. I
pedo boat destroyer Perrv, v 5
been lying at the Mare Island 3
will replace the Preble la active 1 I
In tho Pacific licet- If
ST. LOUIS. Juno 9.-San Francisco t, L1
chc-son or tho next plac of raisim '
today's session of the annual comA '
of the International Association of CbJ :
of Police, and MaJ. Richard D. Syfoa
of Washington, D. C. was clccl'Jca
NORFOLK, Va.. June 5.-The &
ship Missouri sailed from HaroptoaFoi I
for Gibraltar today. It is understate I
vessel will Join the fleet at Tactic f
BOSTON. Junp 0 -The InUnute ji
Ladles' Garment Workers' asaocLuiwi j
pledged to tho support of the Sf&b, I
party, after a bitter debate wMcai I
tho fifth annual convention. .f
HARTFORD. Conn., June H.-Tti r i
hibltlonlHts' convention voted dovn in
olutlon to Indorse Gen Neleon A illsi :
the Presidential candidate for lb; fc;
after a lively discussion.
RICHMOND. Va.. June O.-The D-a ,
cratic convention at tonight sai 1
elected Senators Daniel and Man'ato
Montague and A. C Brayton delT'Aj
at-large to the St, Louis convention.,!
WASHINGTON, June 9.-.Meabtrif
the honorary board of Fillpplne ccoi
slon to the Louisiana Purchase tiM
tlon reached Washington at 5'J) tii(
tcmoon and from this point H
their tour of the Fnlted StatMMr
of the Government The "W.shir.stun
It will continue until Monday.
GLENS FALLS. N. Y. June K
strike of tho employees of the fcur;
tlonal Paper company's mill here, rj
began Monday and which threats!;
involve the workers In the mllli '
company In other parts of the ftp
was settled today. Unions won a tW
BOSTON, June 0. in the United Sas
District court today Atherton X. HSj
this city wm appointed trustee b
ruptcy of the Dr. Green Neruria
pany. Tho concern failed rtcssw 11
Pettlngill & Co, advertising W
Claims aggregating moro thin
I HAPPENINGS ABROAD!
-M-f MlllilllMI MMtHfj
PARIS, June 0 Foreign IlrJlil
casso made a statement In the iwfW
of Deputies today, giving a sanuiw
tho official Investlsatlon into tee
tUs in jVi-mcnia, J
PARIS. Juno O.-V. K. VanferWhl
renno -won tho Prix Seymour At tc.
champ races today.
RIO DE JANEIRO. June '-'JJB
tions pending between Brazil a-vm
now seem to bo In a fair waj f(fm
ful settlement. It Is reported tMi m
administration will b establuhM f,
disputed Aero territory.
PARIS. June O.-Infonrwdon
the Foreign office leans the oiik-T
believe that Messrs, Perdlcan j
ley will bo released during the tv
days. a the negotiations ar '
ward a satisfactory adjustment , 1
ST. PETERSBURG. Jun" JriS
es. brigade attacked a Kun
ment occcupylng Slamatczo "'
Tho Russians retired slowlj fli
the enemy's great suporlorltj to'
Chulln pass. Loss, 2 officers ar.i .
killed and wounded. j
MEXICO CITY. Juno gg
of the Central bank of this clir
arrested on suspicion of pfiriB "-
In a heavy defalcation, stated w
to KG.00O, though tho street repon ,
brokers is that It will reach WA' J
GYANGTSE. Tibet. jM'm
hundred Tibct;ms attacked
post at Kangna. on tho rw'Lr
Vlth Krcat feroclO- ywlerfa M
were repulsed, the British lo W
sepoy killed and several wounH
graph understands that the"?1'
rnqulni' that has been consldcrlM M
organfzatlon of the Board of
rmmends that it be created a rSi.
Commerce, tho president to r 0jJ
nry equivalent to that of oiw m
Ministers. nomlnalIyJ2o.tw- m
LONDON. June 9.-vhaViJ$8i
ting into the Cunnrd lines
Bolton traffic, tlie SSdfr
line has decided to earn tnLratll,Tv
eengors from any paU 01 M
Kingdom to Boston for r
You Need Exercw
Tou know It. Take tune' '
Eugene Thompson, Phonciii VI
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