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BTTnd there were active Gentllcs
9 ifn rtc in the old Liberal cam--flghtSI
shoulder to shoulder
lihamH.0 Roberts for Peery.
lB r'Mifrrcsaman Roberts was
laXcly"SfS throughout the
" was be
iWcvcd be u
,ady at any mo
ment to spring a
lBe'olutIou of some
:IKnd It had been
mSi out that lie
buld attempt, to
SKjstruct th delc-Imjitc-?
sht of Senator
!"m,,bols. Such a
E'en was certain to
Involve the conven-
on i :t ' ,
eht fiercer and 3. h. Roberts.
'& the contest for committeeman
iild possibly provoke,
fh" leaders of the conservatives
r".e(l' Mr. Roberts, however, by
Sng for no committee on rcsolu
Ss and Uds made no channel avall
e l,v which a resolution of InPtruc
$ could be entered without the reso
f Ion came direct from n member of
i delegation. And. whether or not
ts deterred Mr. Roberts from acting,
Preference was made to either the
urrh question or to a presidential
r- Under the shade- of a palm whose
btiv fingered loaf nwung over a corner
t ble aat the cotn-
fpeent figure of
flEe. Herald's com-
lander of Brcak
imt Food, and
bh. lie looked
41cs, anu hla
wlirpned i" tn
E of ihe- pro
IRum light?, the
IH to ever bnld-Plf-t--
m a n in
Uy lie- was think-
(J'fii !( J. I. 0 '
m ,rh,1"k",,,f,,!10Vn The Breakfast-
frcoulu turn a ,
TKe Into a week's Food Man.
iMm and lighten the burdens of
fiBfef constant subscriber, wbo depends
fthis ioke mirth for hi; dnily laugh.
3i Is not as good-looking as the
Blsl han picturer him, for he doesn't
ifims'c so much hair,
tffcut he is all right.
JF. O STO X u&- .
gEit tb 4 llw Kind Yq'J Hsre Alwajs BoogM
lib AT IS FRIEND OF CANARIES.
liet Woman Trains Pets Not to
iHarm the Feathered Soug-sters.
cat likes canary birds not to eat,
irk you, but for social purposes. A
ftthat will associate with mice v.ith
t' killing them. A cat that will per
il, nay welcome, the visitation of
ithcred pets and never lay claw or
jth upon the defenseless creatures.
Did you ever hear of such a cat? Did
u e"er believe, much less know, that
feline temperament and instinct
uld be brought to such a pass?
Us. W. F. Uadley of Joliet ycsler
y, produced surh a cat before an ns
rhblage of the members of the No
iifal Cat club of America. Mrs. Gad
iIs a newspaper writer and editor.
She has a cat named Pauline which
s" been so carefully trained that it
F'forgotten all of its carnivorous in
lilcts. She will neither kill birds,
Ive or rats but on being brought into
ireonal relations with such creatures
111 evince eery indication of frlend-
wullne thus threatens to become a
itogln point for the destruction of all
lewles about the cat tribe. It has
sen said that no cat could be trained
fjlgnorc its pative passion for feath
(Recently Mrs. Gadley brought her
jit, Pauline before a staid and dlstin
Ished assemblage of cat lovers. Two
knarles were part of the display. The
trds on being released from their
iges flew lo Pauline as to a natural
irotector. They sat upon her furry
fgfeat, pecked at her whiskers and
K "areed at her long, tufty tail,
y Pauline purred and stroked at her
Sthery attendants. She gave evl
'j Jnce that their audacity amused her
Ithout em-aglng her.
9 t nas the best show that the Nn-
6jial Cat club of Chicago has ever
i ul, for It made away with the theory
i it cats cannot be trained Into friend
ff! iens with bird ilfe. It makes away
m lh the story that a cat is the most
H ilflsh and least tractable of all beasts.
wl &es a new pace for all cat lover?,
"'S nclers, breeders and specialists, for
yl ver before has It been shown that
,7 its and birds could be made friendly
jmun any way compatible.
, jJBin the demonstration at 70 Adams 1
rqfccot a green "love birds" was set free
d this tiny imitation of a paroquet,
4i4Arrt or pluqulna, not content with
LiljTetini the amiable cat, made bold
'ie,,PUll her tall, to peck at her whiskers
(jfWtl to clutch with sharp claws at her
.BTy eaiu. By all of these assaults the
(jjiiPlne was unmoved.
jrfM?riVi paper read before the club Mrs.
ftdjy said: "I am tired hearing that '
Uf V ,s a hostile ci-eature. Here is
t t f that loes sont' birds and will not
irm them. Here is a. cat with gentle
'i Miners, high education and an under-'
andlng of nurtured life. Pauline is a
is1! ect la1T cat. Well raised, well
J used, perfectly educated, she is a llv
"i S repudiation of all the lies that have
rt'Jff en guessed and written about cats."
9 ilcago Chronicle.
ifee Pope as Mr. Tarkington Saw Him
jwjPn Hai-per's Bazar Eooth Tarkington
yal-15 a vlvotl Picture of the new Pope
jlli e 8aw him celebrutlg mass at Bt.
5KUS X" 13 o a sootl height, strongly
' raK5' even stout, and bus a ilne grace
'liCa,rlaBe'' hltJ dignity Is as great as
'-xW. Isitlon, but utterly without
IK1 s or f0,nPoslty or- pride of
-MW'iy ,IIe 1,a 1,011C of tne 'magnetism
jGlil1 e 'Pl,ular preacher,' actor, or ora
l&wL' ne,vertheless. he is remarkably
"HmT1? v: iL ls tUe magnetism of un
. ! th w 1 p00llness nnd Sood-will to
uJmPvery ono was laughing with ex
,rnj!lvK.cnt a,ld thc sheei' Pleasure of sce
llFP him, uid because he smiled a little,
if iiv . , tPoi)e hoed and smilingly
his hn"d: aL whJcli the cheering.
isK, ,out aesiin lasting until the Pope
A7JM metlfomard ad stood, near the edge
SJfciM,1? plnl''". to apeak to the
SBl S of Mariana to all the peo
1 u ,1C.G feU instantly; thero was
lnPjMfctne fahit, multitudinous rustle as
iUEKone leaned forward a little, Intent
nd nF8 1volcc" mellow, clear, and reson
riP'ymP' ,KenU(. has in it thc quality of
' iR-o Practical goodness that is In
J.$m niZn-u5 roiisr voice, too, with
Hoped for Stay
Arkansas Sheriff Delays Hanging
a Personal Friend to the Last
PARlVGOULD. Ark., June 0. Mart V
Vowcll, an aged white man, was
hanged here this afternoon a few j
minutes before 6 o'clock for the j
murder of F. J. Iovejoy. The hanging
was scheduled to take place at 1:30 o'clock.
Under the laws of Arkansas a hanging
may ho held at any time between noon
and G . m. Vowell was a personal friend
of the Sheriff, and the postponement was
made In the hope of a stay at execution
from Gov. Davis. During the cntho olter
noon many friends of Vowell besieged tho
Governor's office at -lttle Rock beseech
ing him to Intervene, and It was only
wlHMi tho hour of C o'clock, the ilnal time
limit, was so close as to preeludo all hope
of repriove that tho Sheriff sprung the
give an incorrigible lout a fine beating
for the good of his soul; and It is what
might be called a 'bravo' voice. A man
with that kind of voice will not be
afraid of anything that might happen
to himself only. J3ut, more than these
thing.", it carries to one who hears it
the benediction that exhales from the
spirit of Pius X. lo all the world, all
"While ho was speaking, tho great
clock, high over his head, helled out
the hour. A. So intent were tho people
not to lose a syllable that a thousand
unconscious whispers reproved each
bolpfim utrDlco, paying ''Sh! to the bell.
"Quite silently, and without so much
ns tho sound of a foot scrufllng the
pavement, the crowd hod drawn for- (
ward and closer, leaving- no groups and
open spaces, until, at last, they formed
a dense press; so that when the Pope,
raised his arms for the benediction and
the people knelt to receive his blessing,
thc whole mn,ss surged back like one
large receding wave."
Abolishine1 the Constitution.
"Senator E. K. Carmack of Tennes
see Isciuitc a wag." said a former Ten
nessee politician, this morning. "About
twenty years ago he was a member of
tho County court of Maury county, Ten
nessee, and extracted a great deal of fun
from the deliberations of that staid if
sometimes stupid body. One of Car
mack's tricks brought ihc court notoriety,
If not fame. The Justices, who knew as
little about the Constitution as a Jay
bird knows about the Koran, and cared
less, were grinding out laws regulating
everything under the aim. Justice Car
mack arose- and presented a resolution
which recited In its preamble the use
lessness of constitutions in general and
thc depravity of the Tennessee organic
law in particular, and wound up with the
resolve that 'the Constitution bo and the
same Is hereby abolished.' Carmac
mndo a brilliant and stirring speech,
working the court up to a frenzy of In
dignation. At tho close of his effort the
court pasecd tho resolution in a whoop.
Nobody smiled, not even Carmack. at tho
timo but next day when the news was
scattered broadcast, the State roared in
appreciation." Birmingham (Ala.) Xcwb. j
The Cat's Cleanliness.
Thc moHt fastidious mammals In mat
ters of the toilet are to be found among
tho members of tho cat family, as all
must have noticed in domestic tabbies.
The rough tongue makes an cxcellont
brush, whllo the sharp claws arc on oc
casion -employed by way of combs, all
those invaluable aids to clcanllnoss and
smartness possessing the further advan
tage of always being at hand when re
quired. A healthy cat ls not only clean, but fin
ical, not to say vain about her (or his)
personal appearance. And moral degen
eration in pussy ls accompanied by neg
lect of personal grooming. That the dog
ls as dirty as a boy must reluctantly be
confessed. He was tho first animal to bo
domesticated, and long association with
man has perhaps had to do with his care
lessness In the matter. -London Mall.
(JrThe eyc3 of horses aud cattle, equally
I with thc eyes of man, arc cured by A
E which was favorably known in this
1 region as Jar back as 1849 You may
I place great coulidtmce in this remedy.
I CURES ALL EYE AFFECTIONS. J
Situation at Cripple
Tension Has Been Relieved
j and It Is Thought War Is
j Near End.
Question May Arise -Over the Dunn
ville Battle Betweeon the
CRIPPLT3 CREEK, Colo., Dune 3.
After ;v night of intense excitement
due to the battle between troops
and strikers at Dunnville, a small
skirmish on thc Big Bull hill and the
wrecking of the Victor Record office,
matters have quieted down in ihis mil
itary district, and It Is generally le
lloved the worst is now over.
Question of Authority.
A question may arise over thc Dunn
vllle battle between authorities, as It
was fought in Fremont county and John
Carley, wbo was killed, was brought to
Teller. Dunn'ville is located fourteen
miles south of -Victor, a short distanae
beyond the border of Teller county,
which alone has been declared by the
Governor to bo in a state j Insurrection
and rebellion. Adjt.-Gen. Sherman M.
Bell's right to send troops out of the
territory which is under martini law is
disputed, but he claims authority to do
this under a paragraph of the orders
calling out troops, which reads as fol
lows: Clause in the Order.
"Jt having- been made to appear to me
by the Sheriff: of Teller county, and by
other officers of said county, and citi
zens of said county, that there is within
said county of Teller and adjacent
thereto a large number of persons
working together and threatening to
Join forces in said Teller county, for the
purpose of resisting thc State of Colo
One Person Killed.
It is considered remarkable that only
one man was killed In thc Dunnville
battle. The contesting forces were
about 200 soldiers and deputies under
p-ersonal command of Gon. Bell and
sixty-five miners, who were secreted be
hind rocks and trees in thc hills sur
. rounding- the new mining1 camp.
The attacking' party loft Its train and
walked through a narrow canyon Into
thc open gulch where thc town of
Dunnville is located and was subjected
to a hall of bullets from thc rocks high
above. Probably 2000 shots were tired
by both sides, yet only one man vas hit
so far as known.
John Carley was in the timber and
was slain by a steel bullet from thc
Krag-Jorgensen rifle of a man in tho fir
ing squad of Sergt. Baldwin.
White Vest a Target.
The dirt anJ rocks around thc feet of
the lnvadors and the newspaper men
who accompanied them, were spitted up
as if a heavy hailstorm was Ir progress,
but not a man was touched. Bullets
struck about Gen. Bell and literally
sprinkled his boots with earth and bro
ken rock, but lie was cool and gave or
ders deliberately. He turned to a news
paper man who was standing a few feet
away and shouted:
"Cover up that white vest and lake off
These were excellent targets.
Charge "by Soldiers.
After seven minutes of hot work, des
ultory firing was kept up for an hour.
Finally the soldiers charged up the hills
and many of the ambushed men were
then seen scampering away In all direc
tion?. About twenty prisoners were ta
ken. Fourteen who are members of mi
ners' union were brought to camp and
Imprisoned, the others being1 released
Gen Bell will not call for more troops,
beJIevlng that the two companies now
on duty, assisted by tho Sheriff's depu
ties, can cope with thc small narties of
miners scattered among the mountains.
To queries on this point. Gen. Bell an
swers, "Sec how those men fought with
out cover and death singing about their
Gen. Bell was Informed that men
wanted for participation in the rioting
at Victor were at Dunnville, and he
made the raid for the purpose of cap
Aim Was Poor.
In the party that went to Dunnville
was Charles M, MacNeill, manager of
tho "United States Reduction and Refin
ing company, whose refusal to grant its
l mlllmcn an eight-hour day caused the
Cripple Creek miners' strike. MacNelll
was armed with a magazine revolver,
which he fired frequently, but apparent
ly without hitting anybody.
One of the wild chases In the general
man hunt that the military is conduct
ing ended In the capture of C. C. Frid
ley, nt the Thompson ranch. Thc three
Fridley brothers, miners, had gone
southward and a one of them was .sus
pected of having fired the shot that
klllod Roxle McGce in the riot Monday,
thc military gave chase.
Hope Was Effective.
C. C. Fridley at first refused to talk,
but the soldiers placed a rope about his
neck and he then told which way his
brothers and another man had gone.
MartJhal II. A. Naylor then continued
thc pursuit to Canyon City. C. C. Frid
ley was brought to Victor, and placed in
The military commissioners appointed
by Gen. Bell continued today to Investi
gate the records of the prisoners. The
understanding Is that their work will
result In the separation of the prisoners
into two classes, those to be held on
criminal charges and those to be deport
ed. Will Start Paper Again.
George R. Kyner, proprietor of tho
Victor Record, whose office and ma
chinery were wrecked last night by a
mob, said today that he wculd establish
a new plant as soon as possible and re
sume publication of his newspaper. Ilo
estimates his loss at ?S000. Though tho
Record has been the official organ of the
Miners' union since the strike began
last August, it has vigorously de
nounced th? assitES'.natlons which took
place at Independence on Monday and
has been outspoken In support of law,
order and Justice.
A grim reminder of the Independence
tragedy was furnished at Victor today
by Joint funeral sendees over thc re
mains of nv of the victims.
Marshal Naylor and his squad cap
tured George Fridley today near Canon
City and returned with him to Victor.
Ho Is charged with having killed Roxle
McGee In Victor Monday and with
having attempted to shoot C. C. Ham
lin, secretary of the Mine Owners' as
sociation when he was addressing the
nmss-mectlng in Victor Monday.
Mining Exchange a Bull Pen.
The Mining exchange hall Is being
used as a bull pen In addition to the
Victor armory. Armed deputies are
perched in the galleries of tho ox
change, thc prisoners occupying the pit
of thc cellroom. Several guards aro at
the door, each carrying repeating shot
guns that contain buckshot. Families
and wives- of the prisoners arrived all
day In an endeavor to soe and have a
talk with thc husbands and fathers in
carcerated. In most cases permission
was denied. Five of the six members
of thc Goldfield City Council are In the
bull pen, so that the town is without a
The committee of safety has made a
demand upon District Attorney Henry
Trowbridge that he remove his deputy,
J. C. Cole, and also requested that S.
D. Crump bo appointed to fill the vacan
cy. So for no reply has been received
from Mr. Trowbridge. S. D. Crump,
whom the committee asked to have
appointed, is the attorney for tho Mlno
ITow Sheriff Appointed.
Sheriff Edward Boll today appointed
D. F. Parsons of Cripple Creek under
sheriff of Teller county. The appoint
ment was confirmed by the County
Commissioners at once. Mr. Parsons ls
secretary of the Cripple Creek Citizens'
alliance and has been for thc past four
years secretary of the Cripple Creek
Will Hold Inquest.
Coroner George Hall, who succeeded
Coroner James Doran, who resigned
under compulsion, today empaneled a
new jury, which will hold an inquest
over thc men murdered at Independ
ence with an Infernal machine.
Charged With Murder.
Victor Poole, who Is reported lo have
been arrested in Kansas City, will be
brought here, according to the military
authorities on a charge of murder con
nected with the Independence dynamit
ing. Sherman Parker, for whom a
search is being made, is believed to
have gone East In company with Poole.
Jgs Advice la $&pane lanfls SwM ilL: II
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Proctor's Sense of Honor.
United States Senator Rcducld Proctor's
strict regard for tho laws, even those of
minor Importance, is well known. An Il
lustration of tills happened recently. Tho
Senator and his son. Itoufleld Proctor. Jr..
were hunting rabbits In the mountains
oast of Rutland a few mouths ago. The
vounger man, who had become ncparated
from his father, .ihot a largo raccoon, and
when he next met thc Senator he proudly
exhibited his prize. "My son," said tho
Sonator sternly, "the open season for coon j
hunting has not yet begun. Come Avlth j
The Senator thereupon inarched tho
voting man oft to tho residence of a Jus
tice of tho Peace, where he appeared
against him. and the boy was fined for
tho olfenso. the money bolng advanced by
thc Senator himself. New York Herald.
What Quasi Means.
The death of John K. Cowcn recalls a j
humorous address which he made at a
dinner in this city In- 180S. say? the Bal
timore Sun. Nearly all present had been j
associated In the reform movements
of 1803 and 1807, and many of them j
prided themselves on being independent
Democrats. The hour was quite late,
and Mr. Couen had already ppoken
once. When tallvi on a s-econd time he
said the gathering might be called a
quasi Democratic one.
"I suppose," he rcdd. "some of you
lv&ard the- definition of quasi which, a
certain Indiana Justice of the Peacj
once gave. The squire had a high opin
ion' of his Judgment and attainments.
Upon one occasion a man was arraigned
before the squire on the charge- of steal
ing chickens. The attorney for the de
fendant in the course of liis argument,
referred to the thief as a quasi criminal.
Turning to the squire ho s-aid:
" 'Of course, I shall not Insult your
Honor's knowledge of Latin1 to explain
the meaning- of that word.'
"At the conclusion) of that argument
the squire Intimated that he was con
versant with the language of the- Ho
mans. sayln that quasi meant 'sorter
or sorter not. a little more sorter not
than sorter.' "
Mr. Cowen's- humor in this definition)
could not possibly liave been lost on. his
hearers, everyone) of whom had voted
the Republican ticket In the two cam
paigns referred to.
i A Curious Sign.
As a pendant to tho curious signs In
bars to which attention has recently been
drawn, the following, whloh stands out
Bldo a curiosity shop In Falmouth, will
probably be interesting:
Kllen Jones sells hero
J-emonadc and Ginger Beer.
I'owheels und trlpo every frldcy.
Secondhand eloos to mak ce tidy,
Crox and kettles, pans, and all,
And godly bokes to save your sole,
Man-traps gins, and pattens likewise.
And on Saturduy night hot mutton pics.
London Dally Chronicle.
Russians Lose Hundred Men. 9
nUSSIAN HEADQUARTERS. LJao 9H
Yang, June . Two Russian battalions of
Infantry, a squadron of Cossacks and ono i9l
batterv of artillery were engaged noar '91
Salmajtze Juno 7 against two Japanesn JHH
regiments of infantry, with artillery but WKmW
no cavalry. I'ho Russian loss was on vB
Big Blaze at Nogoles. 'll
PHOENIX, Ariz., June 0. A telpchon5 '91
message from Nogales announces a dlsas- )9l
trous Inmdlary fire. A large building 9jH
owned bv the Southern Pacific Railwny ,B
company" was burned to tho ground. The 9
Some grocers sell Schilling's 'H
lex bvkio.vr.-clM- iptcei tSjl
colfra Cavodip 'attracts . Joiv 'imIB
mcmevbsicrt; some don't. 191
They t have J their treasons SI
G dr?ly R Thousands of People Have Taken Advantage of This j ml 1 II
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