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THE 1 WASHINGTON TIMES T ACES MONDAY APIt AP1IL L 2 22 1907 g
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CtERGY AND LAITY LAITYHAMLINved I IcHONOR
cHONOR DR HAMLIN HAMLINlOVe
Beloved lOVe Pastor Laid to Rest RestWith RestWith RestWith
With Requiems of ofAffection ofk ofAfect1on
Affection Affectionxfc Affef Afect1oneider ion ioni
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xfcdfer
i eider dfer t of Men Meni < Preacher Preacherf Preabfuer Preabfuerjf Preache Preacheof
f v 0f jf Funeral Sermon SermonK Sermoncalls
K 2 r tails Him HimIn H m
t
In 1 the e presence 1f of hundreds hun re4s < of friends friendsvkjo trtondswIMt friendswit
wIMt wit vkjo fillet every t7 pew eW while bli many were wereunable wereuii Ie IeWe
uii unable We Ie to gain tn admission to t the church churchthe churcht1M vhutchthe
the funeral services over 0 the remains retetthtsof remainsof r ror
of the Rev Dr Teunls Slmgertand Ham HamMo lIa HasnIin
Mo Church held yesterday 7111it afternoon in inue Inw8 int1e
ue Church of the Covenant which bleh he hebad ft ftbad hehad
bad helped to brand dedicated and andloved andInlld andloved
loved during d his twenty years ministry ministryProm mlnJary11OIR ministryProat
Prom 11OIR all parts pan of Washington young youngand YOUDgad youngand
and ad old gathered atherec to pay homage bo to the thememory theJIMIROrY thememory
memory of their leader and ftd friend per persons J JMINi persene ¬
sons representative repre nttlve of every fiY class cia in ina Ina ina
a common cause of sorrow 110110 Almost Jmo t all allof anof allof
of the Presbyterian clergymen in ttt tttcity the thecity thecity
city were present t as well as a large largenumber Jargelumr largenamber
number lumr at 0 ministers mtltlat of other denomi denominations deaoftllBIltlOftS denolOtnatlons ¬
nations who joined with the congrega congregation congregation Oppeptktn ¬
tion in a a tribute to the dead pastor pastorThe paatorThe JUtor JUtorhe
The he profusion l ltheir fusion of floral tributes tribut and andtheir andtheirtraSTance
their theirtraSTance fragrance gave the sanctuary saactuaZ7the saactuaZ7theappearance thea the theappearance
a appearance is isthe vane of an a1 Eaater Sunday Suada or orthe orthe
the day upon which it was dedicated by bythe bythe bythe
the now departed pastor A A beautiful beautifulexpanse beautifulexpan beautitntexpanse
expanse expan of floral offering lay la in front frontof frontof frontwere
of the pulpit The towers t tgrid were of orchids orchidsand orcltldsnd
and nd lilies 1Uie stood at both ends of the theplatform theplatCorrn theplatform
platform covered with small 11 clusters closerswhile clusterswhile cI1JeterswhUe
while the choir was hidden by by dusters dustersof chMKeItlf cluMersw
w y of roses ferns and lilies JlU The black blackdraped blackdraped biaokdraped
draped bier was a bed of violets violetsLife vlo vloLife violetsLife
Life Work Preparatory PreparatoryAt I
At the first strain of Handels HaacJ uLarcot uLarcotthe Largothe Largo Largohe
the he session of the church accompanied accompaniedby
by a eommltee ommlt from the elders and andtrustees andtrustees andtrusters
trustees preceded the t bier b up th the aisle aisleMrs atslltMns aisleAfro
Mrs Hamlin entered ent with her elder ad son sonfoliowed lIOnfollowed sonfollowed
followed by friends and relatives The TheRev TheHI TheRev
Rev HI Charles Alvin Smith 8m pronounced pronouncedthe
S the invocation This was followed by byh a ahvirm ahmn
hvirm h mn by a quartet composed of Mrs MrsPrice MrsPrice Olrs OlrsIricE
McFar Price Mrs Browning BIGWId W B McFar McFarland MeF1lrland
land and Frank KeesMe Th The Il Rev HevJoseph RevJoseph v vJoseph
Joseph T Kelly of the u Fourth th Presby Presbyterian Presbyterlan Presbyterian ¬
terian Church read from an epistle pI tJ of ofSt ofSt ofSt
St Paul a lesson on the union loa of God Godand 004and
1 and man manThe manThe manThe
The Rev Wilton Merle Smith mlth D D Draator Dlutor Dpastor
pastor of the Central Presbyterian PresbyterianChurch PrHbytenaaChur Preoeb torten tortenhurch
Church Chur r h New Newneral Tork preached the fu funeral tuntral ¬
neral sermon taking as his b tbeme Th ThDivine The TheDivine TheDivine
Divine Service iFe a referred feelingly feelinglyto
to the life Ife work of his h friend Dr Ham Haralin Ham11Jt Hamltn
lin which he h said 14 was but a prepare preparatery JlreparatOry preparetety
tery tOry work for the divine forvioe forvioewhich service to towhlcll towhich °
which he h had now been called ned He also alsospoke altlOspOk alsospoke
spOk spoke of the love borne Dr Hamun Hamunnot HamUJt Hamlinnot
not Jt t only enl w III Washington but everywhere everywherehe
he ws was known saying He was wasman a aMU a aman
man to b be trusted instinctively his hissterlmR hblstmlf hisstertnit
sterlmR worth his patience U noe his breadth breadthof
of vj vision m his indefatigable energy and andthe ancftbe andthe
the ability a Uty which marked aim as a alender aIN4er aleader
lender of men en drew others t tq < j put their theireonMenee theireoNIdenee theireonAdenee
eonMenee in him implicitly a synwa synwafriend 8mpatrleDcI s mpa mpafrend
friend to all in trouble Hepgd H Hpsjd He HePAM
PAM Wiu ate te to the great work he hAd ImdMeomattshe hAdMieOIIIIlIshect hadloannnpihheh
MieOIIIIlIshect Meomattshe here in Washington and andthw andJs andU
thw U loss this tI e city had sustained sustainedTributes awMainedTri1HttM sustainedTributes
Tributes af Love LoveThe LoYeTIle LoveThe
The Rev Charles Alvin Smith then thenread thenjlCl thensad
read sad a number umber of letters 1et nl from Dr Ham HamMi Hamwllteh HamwhIeh
hi hilaid Mi which gave p an insight into his love loveXMt Oa Oa1IId
laid devotion to his hI > > work and his con congregation eonJrtIoa congregation ¬
gregation He also paid d tribute to the theefearftdter ther1IIaradterot theidtaradter
efearftdter r1IIaradterot of Mrs lira Handle a helpful helpfulMeal helpfulI helpfulldeal
Meal I mate for an exceptional husband htubaatdPurer husbandPrayer
Prayer 1 was offered by Dr B 7 Bit BttHnsjr BltI Bitlhi
lhi Hnsjr I sr and and after another hymn Chopins ChopinsFuneral C ChptmsInnneral epIft epIftFulMraI
Funeral March was w played > > Ia and 1Wi the thebody th thbody thebody
body was carried to the hearse and andtaken aadtakeR andtaken
taken to Rock Creek Cemetery follow foliowThe tollowat followad
at ad by y a lace number Of friends trieDdcTboe friendsThe
The active utlv pallbearers from the Mern MernSociety MIiSodetT MenaSociety
Society of the church w were r Frederick FrederickA Frederi re rick rickA k kPet
A Penning Pet William H Baldwin An Andrew AItdnw Andrew ¬
drew Y Bradley Allan O Clephane ClephaneWalter ClephaneWaite CiephaneWalter
Walter M Gilbert GUb rt Gilbert IL Orosve Orosvenor OrosveJIOI Ilroavenor
nor Brainard W Parker and Stanton StantonProneM Stantol1Pfttleld StantonPen
ProneM Pen ld Peelle PeelleThe PMlleThe Peel PeelThe
The members of the session and repre representatives TePcqntattv rep e eaentatives ¬
sentatives qntattv of the board x pC > f trustees tMlt and andthe andthe andthe
the deacons board composed an honor honorary honorthMe honorary ¬
ary escort these being bean Henry A Fressy FressyArchibald PreAYiehlbaltl PresayArehlbaald
Archibald Qreenlees Frederick FN 4l1ck LMoore L LMoore L Loore
Moore oore E Southard Parker R W B BBryan BBryan BBryan
Bryan Claudius B Jewell Stanton Jui Juikms Judkhia Tu l lktns
kms Peelle John W Foster H B F FXaefarlond FaefsrJanti Fhtaefarland
Xaefarlond aefsrJanti Alfred R Quaiffe J Joseph JosephFrederick JosephS TON h heo
eo S CbaM Chasnherlaln rJatn Get George > rp K whltweU whltweUPr hltwell hltwellTrnerldt
Frederick Pr A Sills Charles F I Nesbit NesbitHenry N8IIibltHfD1y NeebitHem
Hem Henry Le Due Wiiliam S CarrollChap Carroll CarrollCharles CarroUC
Charles C Chap H Butler William E Curtt CurtlyWllliM CurttWilliam Curttwnua
William wnua J T Ftotber Rudolph Kauff Kauffinann KauffitA Kautfaena
inann itA George X McLanahan CharleiD CharlesA Charles CharlesD
D Walcott Waieott Bralnard H I Warner Wa r and andJiMdre ane aneJ andJuetiee
JiMdre J Harlan HarlanA
A committee headed by Chair ChairJohn Chaisson ChaissonJohn tan tanJohn
John W Foster r ter is planning plnn a memorial memorialservice memor memorHrVice memorialservice
service at the t e Church of the Covenant Covenantfor Coeaa Covenantfor t tfor
for Sunday next
SPjlAfiEI SPOKANE IPEOPLE PEOPLE DEMAND DEMANDBRAND DEi11ANDI DEMANDBRAND
I BRA1VDNETiV BRAND NE NEW W WESTERN STA ST141 STATE TE E
Portions Port ons of Washington WashingtonIdaho WashingtonIdaho WashingtonIdaho
Idaho and an Oregon to toForm toForn1 toForm
Form It ItChamber ItChanlber ItCommerce
Chamber h am cro croMakes of Commerce CommerceMakes Commerce1Wak
1Wak Makes s Elaborate Re iReport Reporton Reorr ¬
porton port P orr on Project ProjectC ProjecJtOKANJII J Jt
C tOKANJII OKAJCK Wash April tt AA AAdemie ItAea ItAeademle Aca Academic ¬
demic as a may have ha seemed ett tc outsiders outsidersthe outadd outaddtta outsidersthe
tta the discussion dlecue too of plan to form a new newiate newate newiate
iate ate out of parts of Idaho Washing Wsahlagrton Washington ¬
ton and Oregon with this Uti city as II the thecenter tbecenter thecenter
center center the project baa taken on deAnitenese deA deflniteneM deAnlten
niteneM nlten and force as II a result of a re report report report ¬
port to the Spokane chamber of com commerce commerce corncoerce ¬
merce Just made Jft e by the new State Statecommittee StatecOMMlt Statecotgntlttee
committee cOMMlt and given out to the public publicafter
after adoption adoptionThe adoptionTIM adoptionThe
The report reviews the conditions that thatbrought thatbroucnt thatbrought
brought about bout the present t unnatural ar arrangement arran arrangement ¬
rangement ran < < emen t advances reasons for makIng mak making maJcIn ¬
ing In a Ww new ew State S te which whlc many JlUln want to tohave tohave tohave
have called Lincoln and suggests the theboundary theboundaI theboundary
boundary boundaI lines Une The report says to partCutting part partCutting partCutting
Cutting Off Northern Oregon OregonThe OregonTho OregonThe
The then th n Territory Territor of Oregon ex extended extended extended ¬
tended from the present pce ftt California lineto line lineto Uneto
to the Canadian boundary boUft aty And Ad it was wasfound wa watOUAd wasfound
found that the people living north of ofthe atthe ofthe
the Columbia d dolumbla lumbla river were woe too remote remotefrom reMotefrom remotefrom
from the capital which was at Salem Salemhi SaMmhi Salemin
hi southern Oregon OregonThis Orqonnls OregonThis
This led to agitation in the early earlyfifties earlyfttUea earlyfifties
fifties for cutting off what was wa then thennorthern thennortern thennorthern
northern Oregon and the l creation of ofthe oCthe ofthe
the Territory of Washington WashingtonCongress WItOPCongr WanhingtouCongress
Congress Congr in UN 186 cut off 0 < < Washingtonfrom Washington Washingtonfrom WaahlngtollCrom
from Oregon The southern boundary boundaryof
of Washington was the Columbia river riverto rlverto riverto
to Walla and thence east to the Rocky Rockymountains RockYmountains Rockymountains
mountains thus including Inclu tnc northern ljda ljdahn Ida Idaho da dahI ¬
ho hI and a part of Montana At its orgamisetlon or organisation 01itlon ¬
ganisation itlon its population was we > > only O IY IJMi IJMisjte a aOf 3N 3NOf
Of this populatlfn only a few hundred hundredwftre hundredwere
were In easts sjte oJ z Washington Wi Winecessary Vahlnlt l1 It was waaneeM88r wasnecessary
neeM88r necessary U tlthey A th they y should > > huukt be attached attachedto
to some political organisation orputla on and Ohm Olympia 0I71ftpia Ohmpie
pia was at that time tlm a more natural naturalcapital naturalcapital
capital capital for these t1M e few hundred than thansome thanome thansome
some > > points east of the Rocky < moun mountains mounU mountalms ¬
tains U would uI4 have been beenSwarm bMftSwarm beenSwarm
Swarm of Gold Seekers SeekersBut SeekersUnut SeokorsBut
Unut But with the discovery of gold in innorthern Innortbem innorthern
northern Idaho came a remarkable remarkablechange remarkblchange remarkablechange
change of o conditions Twenty Twat or thirty thirtythousand thlrtrth thirtythousand
thousand th u antl gold seekers swarmed into intonorthern IntoftOrtMm Intonorthern
northern Idaho At that time the pop population populatlN population ¬
ulation of eastern Washington was wasgreater wugreater wasgreater
greater than that of western Washing Washingten Wuhlngten Washington
ten These miners felt the necessity of ofa o oa ofa
a better form of government SOV < < nmt and on ontheir ontheir ontheir
their petition UUon the Territory of Idaho Idahowas l4laboWa5 IdahoBras
was created In l8U 3 J by h Congress Con Ha It in included meluded included ¬
cluded all of the present State 80t of Idaho Idahoall IdahoaU Idahoall
all of the present State of Montana Jonta and andth asdt 4 4tM
th tM northern threefifths of o the present presentState plelfeatState presentState
State of Wyoming WyomingThe WyomingThe
The ftrst WyoMlnf capital eaplt was located at Lewiston Lew Lewiston lAwIton
iston and remained rematn th there re three tJar or four fouryears touryears fouryears
years whop wh rich gold Id discoveries tl coveneti in insouthern InoutMm insouthern
southern Idaho brought about the re removal removal removal ¬
moval to Boise Bola It is thus seen that thatthe thatthe thatthe
the clash of interests between betw eA northern northernIdaho northernIdaho northernIdaho
Idaho and southern Idaho began be n almost almostimmediately almoatImmediately almostimmediately
immediately after tier the t o creation of the theTerritory tbeTerritory theTerritory
Territory in WO 1953This WOThl l 12 12Thbl
This Thl a ajtJUKkm tMlon continued for many manyyears mnyyean manyyears
years loulmlnated an hi I M88 when w f n Cor Copirr CorB Corgresa
irr gresa s passed an act cutting cutUQ oft the Pan Panhandle Panhandle Panhandle ¬
handle of Idaho and n4 attaching it to toPREVENTS toFEAR toFEAR
FEAR OF OF BRIGAND BRIGANDrREVENTS BRIGANDPREVENTS
PREVENTS TRIAL TRIALROMJB
1 1RokLE ROME April prU 22 2tFear Fear of a brigand brigandhas brigandhall brigandbas
has quashed quaa his trial at a Sicilian aa aasiae uat assine
sine at court The famous brigand Fail Paula Paulashould Faillashould la lashould
should have ve been tried in his absence absencefor atMtencefor absencefor
for killing kllln two gendarmes and also for forcontempt totcontempt forcontempt
contempt of court But because b cuH the thebrigand thebrigand thebrigand
brigand was still at large the Jury was wasafraid wuafraid wasafraid
afraid even to discuss lcu s the case caseTh c cTh caseThe
Th The jurymen petitioned the president presidentof pltltlttlt > nt ntof
of the court to adjourn the case be becauae becaWJe because
cause they were in fear as property propertyowners pro propertyowners ofrty ofrtyowners
owners and fathers of families rmU while whileFailla whileFsilla hUe hUeYam
Failla Yam was at large 1a e If he was captured capturedthey capturedthey capturerithey
they offered to give I proof of their cour courage eourag courage ¬
age ag and independence independenceFrom Independeneerom independenceFrom
From rom this predicament the president presidentinvented plftldentInv presidentInvented
invented Inv nted the illnqps of a s Judge who ho was wasreally Wa3really wasreally
really in perfect health and adjourned adjournedthe adjournedtbe adjournedthe
the carte case indefinitely indefinitelyThis Ind indeflaitelyThis Rltely RltelyThis
This was in December 1906 1t M6 < < i and andFailla andFailla andPaula
Failla has since remained uncaptured uncapturedand uncapturedaNt uncapturedand
and untried Last December the Sicilian Sicilianlaw SIcilianlaw Sicilianlaw
law authorities uthort requested the Italiansupreme Italian Italiansupreme ItaJlIlJlsupree
supreme court to have the case tried triedelsewhere triedelaewhere triedelsewhere
elsewhere and it has now been decided decidedto deeldedto decidedto
to bring it to Rssio R Calabria
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Washington Unfortunately this act actwas actwu actwas
was vetoed by b President P d Cleveland Clevelandgreatly Clevelanclatl Clevelandgreatly
greatly atl to the disappointment dlrpolntm Qt of o thepeople the thepeople tJwtP80ple
people of the Inland Empire EmpireThis EmstlreThis EmpireThis
This agitation was kept alive by the thefact thefact
fact that Idaho is out au t in two by a wild wiMrange wllffn wildrange
range n of mount mountains in which whic l have inter la Interposed er erpoee4 j jposed
posed an Impassable barrier between the tMtwo theIwo j
two populous sections of the State StateTh Stat StatThfole StatebooIly
Th Thfole r i afs afspopulous absolutely abeolutfol section no railroad eonoee eonoeeUon eonaeetion nec nectlon
Uon over those mountains and only ont the thecrudest th thfudt thecrudest
crudest of trails trall and wagon roads The Thepeople Th Thple Thepeople
people ple of northern Idaho ID reach ch their theircapital theircapital theircapital
capital are under the necessity n ty of leaving leav leaving leavIn ¬
ing In their State going = into the State Stateof Stat Statof Stateof
of of Washington peaatin passing n thence Ut ce into intoOregon IDtoOrepn IntoOregon
Oregon thence tlMft out O t of of Oregon into intosouthern Intosouthern intosouthern
southern Idaho I and nd traveling several
hundred mites mil over the desert region regionto re reto
to Boise This entails an enormous enormouswnst enotmOlllwut enormouswaste
wnst waste of tun time and expense expe upon up n the thepeople theple thepeople
people ple of northern Idaho and the business bust bustne btMIueu
ness ne interests of southern Idaho IdahoThe IdahoThe IdahoThe
The conviction has deepened in tho thominds thominds theminds
minds of close observers rvers on both sides sidesof sidesof Ides Idesor
of the mountains that tills conflict of ofpolitical ofpoUU ofpolitical
political poUU LI interests Intere t is a disturbing Influence Influ Influence Inftuence ¬
ence in the commercial and Industrial IndnatrlnlatlO1Ul Industrialreiatlo
I relations reiatlo ra of the sections tlOIUl and that a re readjustment readju8tment readjustment ¬
adjustment of State line lines Jn as a nature rtl and andthe andthe andthe
the best Interests ot Jte he people have havedictated havedictated havedictated
dictated would eliminat the friction and antiI
I
bring brln about a more cordial feeling feelln be between betWeeft between ¬
tween the people of eastern urn and andwest andwestem west western we t tern ¬
ern em n Washington Under those tho condi conditions eondltJc eondittona ¬
tions tJc Q State pride would be allow allowed to toexpand totxpJ4 toexpand
expand to the greatest extent and inplace in inplace Inplaoe
place of lamentable rivalries riah1 and Jeaj Jeajoualee jMIouelell jealouelee
oualee which now exist eX lt there would wouldcame wouldCOIfte wouldcome
came about a friecdly rivalry between betweenthe betweenthe w wthe
the new 1e State and thO oW oWBriafiag okIBr oldBrimming
Brimming Br Ii Matter Before Peopl Poop14qt Peoply PeoplIt
qt It has h been suggested ttfd to bring t the thematter 1Mmatter e ematter
matter before the ttt people that the thefortynfth Utefort7ftfth thefortyfifth
fortynfth degree of latitude or the thepresent tilepracmt thepresent
present northern line of Wyoming ex extended extfGded extended ¬
tended be designated as tho northern northernboundary DOrthanbouadaTT northernboundary
boundary of the State Stat of Idaho and andthe aadthe andthe
the ifttth b degree cJqr of longitude Joaattucl or east eastern eutboUDd1u7 eastera ¬
era boundary of California carried carriednorth carriednorth rried rriednorth
north until it intersects l te1leet the fortynfth fortyMthdegree fortynfthdegree ttyftMd
degree d of latitude be deat designated ted tedthe sj sjthe as asthe
the western boundary of Idaho It andthat and andthat andthat
that the eastern tern California California line carried carriedU rrlel rrlelto
U to > British Columbia be designated an anthe a athe asthe
the eastern boundary of the State of ofWashington ofWubtnat of1Vashingwn
Washington n thereby leaving leavin the new newState newState newState
State to b be hereafter reatter named ued from from 10 whleh whleha
a central tral city dt should be selected leetetl as as8pltal A Acapital acapital
capital said aJd Slate comprising the pan panLandle panandle panlandle
Landle of Idaho northeastern Oregon Oregonand Oreaonand Oregonand
and eastern Washington
PRESIDENT 1 1e RIGHT RIGHTCARNEGIE
e CARNEGIE WRONG WRONGThe
The Rev Mr Benttle SeattleIllinois BenttleIIIin BenttleIllinois
Illinois IIIin < is Preacher Upholds UpholdsRighteousness UpholdsRighteou UPholdsR1ghteousness
Righteousness Righteou ness Idea inPeace in inPeace inPeace
Peace Pleas PleasCHICAGO PleasCHICAGO PleasCHICAGO
CHICAGO April 22 2Theorle Z Theories ad advanced advanotd ad advanced ¬
vanced by Andrew lrew Carnegie JaM Ad Addams Addems Addam
dams dam and others at the national n tIoaa1 peace peaceconference peaoeconrreace peaceconference
conference h held W in I New Yorkw YorItWere XorI were re con considered 000skleitd eonsidered ¬
sidered by the Rev Robert H Beattte Beatttein Beattiin
in a sermon at the First YlrstChurch Presbyterian PresbyterianChurch PresbyterianChurch
Church in Austin AustinrThe AustinThe
The Christian basis of peace is 1 the thoonly theDAly theonly
only possible OIIIdblo basis 1 > > uI8 said the pastor pastorRoosevelt putorunoo pastorRoosevelt
unoo Roosevelt nlt hi I right and Carnegie was waswrong wuwrong warnwrong
wrong Roosevelt Roo velt declared that right rtptt8OUfIfteH righteousnesa rightaousness
aousness not justice is 1 the warrant for forpeace focpeace forpeace
peace peaceWhen When Miss u Addams Adds ms sugests that ig ignorance 1 1norance Ignoranee < < ¬
norance is I the cause of war he said saidWe alduWe acidWe
uWe We may credit her with aH sincerity sinceritybut 8Incerlt7but sinceritybut
but must recognise recocat that she is isor wrong wrongor wrongor
or elM has read Into the word a moral moralcontent moralGO moralcontent
content GO tent which it by no means posseseea posseseeaPossession pouteor poseseeesPossession
Possession of information or the Jack hickof Jackof Jackofit
ofit of it never is a cause Cu of action actionBut JlCttonaut actionBut
But we are not yet e a at n the thrIg final finalbasis Analbaa ht
baa basis of peace Until Unt men m do right rightoeace rlabtneace rIg rIgeaco
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ST LOUIS CAPITALISTS CAPITALISTSID APITAU8T8To
TO BUILD WALSH AL8 ROADS ROADSST
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muittmilHonalro ulttu I builder b bder of railroadssiockhold railroads ralbxMUtostockholder rn rnIa
stockholder r m Ia h i steam and electric a lectr c lines linesand 11 11aM linerand
and banker said today that the dispatch dispatchfrom 41 dispatchfrom aeh aehtrom
from Chicago CI o announcing that St Louis Louiscapitalists LoweapltaUllta Louistaphtalats
capitalists with ftanncters of New York Yorkand Yorkanll Yorkand
and Chicago had a4 arranged to provide providefunds proYidefWida providefunds
funds to coroptete the construction of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the railroads known as the Walsh Walshroads Walabroad Walshmade
roads is true trueThe trueTheln trueThe
The Theln plan an is said to be for a St Louts Loutsi Lou LouNew LouisIdea
New York ork and tI Cbl C syndiesto ftcl1 te t tubtJcrtbe to tosubscribe
subscribe with th Mr Wmh W h 330000000 to tocomplete tocomplete
i complete the Chicago Southern and the thei theSouthern theSouthern
i Southern Indiana railroadsMr railroads railroadsMr JlLlJroactKr
Mr Seullin evid aid Ad that t at he and nd two other otherSt oth othSt otherSt
St Louis nnaneiers are considering consldertnsMr COmdderlqMr
Mr Walshs WaJah proposition and he Intimated inti intimated Intimated ¬
mated that they are well predisposed predisposedtoward 1Iedi8pOMdtoward pedisporedtowsrd
toward it tu He would W uld not disclose the thenames thet1a thenames
names t1a cf the other two St Louis finan financiers ftnltDeieN Ananeiera ¬
ciers
HIGHWAY H IGH A YRO ROBBERS ROBBERSCAVALRY BB E AS ASCAVALRYPRIVATES
CAVALRY CAVALRYPRIVATES CAVALRYPRIVATESTwo PRIVATES PRIVATESTvo
Two Soldiers Arrested ArrestedCharged ArrestedCharged ArrestedCharged
Charged With Holding HoldingUp HoldingUp Holdin g gUP
Up NelaroCharged Negro KegroCharged Negrocbarged
Charged cbarged with robbery WlHam Court Courttw Courttwt7one Courttwentyone
tw twt7one ntr on years of age te J a prisoner prisonerat
at the Tenth precinct police station and andArnold andArJOld andArnold
Arnold Colt is held h ld at t the guard house houeeat houseat boomat
at Fort Wort Slyer ly awaiting a a warrant on the thefme thecltrBt theatone
atone charge cltar e from this jurisdiction jurt dlcUon Both Bothyoung Bothyoung Bothyoung
young men mien are re members members mem of the Thir Thirteenth Thirteenth Thirteenth ¬
teenth Cavalry and Ad are sld to be of ofgood otIOOd ofgood
good families living in this city cityThey dt7T cityThey
They T ey were arrested rre ted upon complaint of ofEdgar ofEd ofdear
Edgar Ed dear Kenny a colored man living at at17IIIarvard atno
771 17IIIarvard Harvard street treet northwest t While Whll on onhis onhla onhis
his way home late last 1a t night Kenny was wascroMdng wascroMing wascrowdng
croMdng a vacant lot at Btovnth and andPairmownt andlaItmOmt andFairmount
Pairmownt streets when he was so socoated ao aoeosted aooo
coated oo tect by two men dressed res ed as soldiers soldiersOne IIOIdlersOne aoidleraOne
One of them he says 8Y grabbed him and andheld aAdheJ4 andheld
held a handkerchief ever his h eye e1 eyes while whilethe whilethe blle blleUte
the other went through his pockets rob robbing robbin robbing ¬
bing bin him o11057 o11057Court of Jt JtCourt t 2 2Court
Court was arrested by Policeman PolicemanBradshaw PoIio8mnra4Mw PolicemanBradshaw
Bradshaw > > and ad when searched 1Ched at the thestation theIJtUon towstation
station house the money mono was found in inhis Inhla inhis
his pocket pock Colt will will probably robabi be bebrought beDrOUpt bebrought
brought here this afternoon and and the thetwo thetwo thetwo
two will be arraigned In 11 the Ponce PonceCourt PoliosCourt PoilGeCourt
Court tomorrow tomorrowEpilepsy tomorroEpilepsy tomorrowstn
Epilepsy Epilepsycan s
can be cured To those affltotfd affltotfdconveys u utouveya this thisconveys
conveys a wonderful message messy e Thi Thiquite Thowb Thowbquit Thquite
quite quit common it is only onl a short ate atesince Utile tuitesince UtileIdnee
since it t was wa considered con tdered insurable incurable The
discovery dteeov ry that it was Aa purely a nervous
disorder has led to the application appileat on of oftho ofthe
the great reat nerve restorer restorerDr restorerDr restorerDr
Dr Miles MilesRestorative MilesRestorative MilesRestorative
Restorative Nervine Nervinewith Nervinewith
with with the happy result uU that thousands thousan s
ba have a been com completely ooaapletel etely cured and otneia otneiaare otfsan otbefaare
are being bolD < < cured every day dayIn daytJa dayIn
In tJa the year 1 92 I was stricken stricken with withepilepsy wHhepne withePilepey
epilepsy epne y Doctors treated me for several severalyears severalyears eral eralre
years re but I grew rew worse I would have havesuch havesuch havesuch
such awful fate ftt I cannot tell my awful awfulmore awfuluft awfulsutf
sutf uft J A druggist reeomrnende4 Dr
Kif MStervin iervine and I boujbt ht a bottle botUeand bottleand
and found It he helped ped me a and I took three tbreeMore threemore
more and am cured I had only one light lightspell lirhtiter lightspell
spell after iter I commenced commenC taking t lfttr It I do dothe dobope dohops
hops the bite tme will it come when everybody everybodywill everybodywIII everybodywill
will know that ht your medicine cures curesthose curaath curesthese
those th awful Jits fttsJOIDl JOHN LEWIS Clarion Clar Clarion ClarkmPL ¬
ion kmPL kmPLDr Pa PaDr PaDr
Dr Miles xu Xenriae Is sold under a aguarantee aIrUUntee aguarantee
guarantee hadyour that your druggist drqml dru t will refund refundoney refundour
our money oney it f first tiOtu tic does not nofsilt notbenefl
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The Etectrelle Piano Player Is the latest and best selfplaying attachment Operated without pedaling Can be installed in any make of piano piawReductions pianov pianoL
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APRIL A I L You can pay 10 now nowhave have the goods reserved to be bedelivered bedelivered bedelivered
delivered any time before bef re September r first and pay the balw bal baltf5 balatace
ante of ° f the e bill in the meantime meantimeIfe
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Mah FIn Spe Suite SWOO 5100 400 925 925Mah 3823Mah
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3pc Mah Suite Suite13600 13000 10000 100003pc 10080Spc 100003pc
3pc Solid Mah Suite Si300 7309 6258 630Mah 6250Kah 6258Mah
Mah Fin Arm Chair 2 2200 OO 1560 1560Mah UeoJab 1300Mah
Mah Fin Spc Suite 4500 SUM SUMMah MttO MttOMah 3100Mah
Mah Fin 3pc Suite 4260 S3613 S3613Solid 33600Solid 3 03 03Solid
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Mah Fin Rocker Roder 3600 a 1478 14783pc It 7S 7S3pc 7i3pc
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Corner Chair Chair gilL S 600 OO SUS SUSGUt 3425Gilt 4JS 4JSGilt
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Corner Chair silt 1450 14 1176 1176Chiffoniers 1L 1176Chiffoniers 76 76II
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One Curly Birch BirchOne B tch 1750 3700 3700One 2700One
One Curiy Birch BirchOne moo 3200 2IOO 2IOOOne 2900One
One Cur Curly > v Birch BirchOne 1500 2750 2750One 2750One
One Birds Eye Maple MapleOne 300 2SOi 2SOiOne 509 509One
One Birds Eye Maple MapleOne S8LOO 2d00 2d00One 2600One
One Birds Eye Maple MapleTwo 6600 OO 3800 3800Two 3800Two
Two Birds Eye Maple MapleOne 2800 1935 1935One 1935One
One Birds Eye Maple MapleOne 3OO 00 2700 2700One 700 700One
One Mahogany MahoganyFour 3850 2900 2900Four 900 900Fou
Four Fou Mahogany MahoganyOne 3000 2175 2175One 175 175One
One Mahogany MahoganyOne 3600 2625 2625One 2625One
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Golden Oak Bureau 8300 8300 OO 7 7Golden 7200 7200Golden OI OIGoldea
Golden Oak Chiffonier 008 008Golden 00 00Golden 400 400Golden
Golden Oak Bureau 4000 tOO 11400 3 3Golden 3400 3400Golden
Golden Oak Chiffonier 73900 3900 OO 3 3Goldn 2 45 45Goidn 18 18GoldA
Goldn Oak Dreesg Table Tab 0400 4 60 o 33075 33075White 2071 2071Vhlte 3 3White I
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White Enamel Chiffonier Wfine 100 S1 1855 1855White 1 1White 75 75White
White Enamel Bureau 100 S 1 1White 1500 1500White OO OOWhite
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White Enamel Bureaus 1610 1 1White 15a 15aWhite 1550White
White Enamel Chiffonier Chiffon 1300 108GoldfJ 1 1Golden 108 1200Golder
Golden Oak Folding Bed 470d 47O 3 3Golden 3000 3000Golden OO OOGolden
Golden Oak Folding Bed 3S50 50 12 12Golden 2900 2900Golden fJO
Golden Oak Folding Bed 3300 2100 2100 2
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Three 4 ft ft t C in Polet PoletOne C7a 3UO 3UOOne 3350One
One 4 f tt t I in Pont PotetOne 300 33534 33534One 2SM
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