# The Falls City tribune. (Falls City, Neb.) 1904-191?, January 08, 1904, Image 10

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_ Para.graphs from fhe Ptesideni's Special
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Isthmian Canal Message y : ;
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. ' . . " I hesitate to refer to the injurious insinuation which have been ,
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A ' : , . 111C11t in i L1lalhia . 'l'hey arc as destitute of foundation a ; of pro- ' . " : '
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. . . priety. ' 1'he only excuse for my mentioning- them is the fear lost : . . - ; : : .
tlnthinking persons mig-ht mistake ; acgttiesence for the silence of " , "
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" . more self-respect. I think proper to say , therefore , that no , one con-
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" cl1coltrag-ing' the late revolution on the isthmus of Panama , and 1 ,
" that save from the reports of our military and naval officers , given . '
\ tbo\'c , no one connected with this government had fLny' pre\'ious. . : : . / f
1 / knowledge of the revolution except such as was accessible to any _ ° : i. ' . .
h I ; person of ordinary intelligence who read the newspapers ' and kept ' . , ' ' : : ; ' ; ( :
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, / ; tip a current acquaintance wtih public affaIrs. " . : . ' .ry . . . . :
" : Instead of using our forces , as we were il1\'itecl hy Colombia to' _ , j , ; ' . , : : . [ "
" < for thc t"oold purposc of defeatingour ' and inter . ' ,
. " tQ , - purpose our own rights inter" . ; :
1 , , _ . : . . . . . . _ , , , . . .cst-R . and the interests of the ciyiliierl l world ' , and _ of compcllingthe' _ ' : 'fC- : w . . . . . ' :
i } , . submission of the people of the . isthmus i to those wlioui'tliey . ' re- _ . ' . ' ' ; , " . , ' . ; : . '
4 , Ii S g-ardcd as oppressors , we shall , as in duty bound , keep the transIt , ? _ : . : : . .
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' ' , open and prevent its invasion : ldeanwhile , the only qucstion.fi . , , ; Y ,
: before llS is that of the ratification of thc trcaty. l + or it is to bc , ' ° r" ' , . .
' : : remembered that a failuc to ratify thc treaty win not ' undo what , _ : ; ; . , ' " -
: . . . has'bcen ; done , will not restore Panama to Colombia , and will not. : , : , < ' '
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'j . ; alter our obligation to keep the transit open across the isthmus : : and , " ' . : f ; , , ' ,
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l' . , .to prevent any outside power from mcnacing' this transit. ' . : , ; ; . ; :
. , ' ' t I , will not for one moment discuss thc possibility of thc United . " ' , . . ' , , .
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As Commander J-Iubbard in his lettcr.of November " ' ' A .
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1 . . - ! . ; ' . : . . " ' " this officer " ( Col eorres ) ) pi tctically " - began war against the United : . , . ; : : "
1 I ' ' States and only the forbearance and coolness Or ; fur officers , acid , , " .
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LOCAL AND PERSONAL
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Telephone i4 when you want a
dice juicy steak
: \1. Zv . Harding' . of , n llnbolclt
attended to business mutters in i
this city Saturday' , . ,
\Vhile thc winter has , on the
whole , , been a very pleasant one ,
it is not just what might be desired -
sired as far as thc wheat is' con-
cerned. , A little more moisture
would be benit cial.
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(1corge Hinton has contracted
for a fine new Corliss engine to
he installed at the ice lant. } The
difficulty in the operation of thc
plant arose from the fad that the
engine was too mall and the new
l'ng'inc will obviate that diffculty.
The management of 'ehe 'l'ri-
hune has not had time to org'an-
ize it corps of county correspondents -
dents but the matter will he a- : ;
promptly looked after as possible.
It is the object of The Tribune
to have a complcte department
nf this nature and to cover com-
pletely all parts of. the cQun ty :
You will find your home news in
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Coupe & 'Thornton cure all
their own t11eat
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1'he fixtures for the new steam
heating plant that b to he installed -
stalled in thc Gehling' theatre
block , hayc arrived and the work
of installing thc plan -is being
completcd. The patrons of the
theatre \ \ : ill greatly _ appreciate
the change. '
EXPLANATION . .
This issue of The Tribune -
bune is simply intended
to give prospective pat-
rons an idea of the appear-
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Hnce and general ; nature
O'l the publication. O\\-
ing to circumstances over
which \ve had qo control ,
eve are very late in issuing
our first nulnber , but \ve
are now in shape to get
The . Tribune out promptly -
ly on . ti lile.
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f1rs. Howell's Narrow Escape.
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firs. ; Lou Howcll , wife of the
Burlington agent , who , has just
> returned from Chicago , was a
witness to the great Ire ( tuois
theatre calamity , having been
passing along the 'sh'eet in front
of thc play house when the tire
broke out. Not only was she it
witness to the terrible , scenes incident -
cident to the panic , , but she her-
self and her daughter , Aetna , wh
accompanied her were' only 1iy
the merest chance prevented from
being in the midst : ; of the thrbng'
which fougt ! desperately fur life.
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Howell and daughter were stop- : '
i ping in Chicago had provided
ticket to the matineeperform ! -
ance on : lie fatcfitl l afternoon , but < ,
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ling-ton's . train for Kansas City
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left about 5 o'clockIrs. . Howell
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decided that they would hardly ; ' , : "
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have time after the performance "
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their \Yay home , so they abandoned - . >
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doned the projcct. \Vhcn the " ' ;
first news of the fire 1 reached this "
' I .place , Agent Howell WetS fcrarful " ' : '
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in , the crowd and sent message , ' -
aftcr message .throug-h the early
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part of the evening but owing , .
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to the crowded condition uf the , \p
'ires-.it was at a late hour ami"- : .
after eight communications : hatL
been sent ' that he received an an-
s'\\'er from the 'Chicago rc.1 at'e.s' , .
containing the welcome.ile \ \ 's that. ; t . . > ' ,
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they were safe and 011 their way . ' .
hem . -Hu111doldt Item ' , '
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anal ( larl 1 at Coup : & ' rhOlllt l1. J\ : . , , : . I
Read the Trjbun ' If it suits YJ as 2. '
local newspaper suhscribb nob. : _ . r
\$1.00 per YCh.r. 1 .
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A GOOD LECTUF\E \ \ -
Here are a few poin \ s.
about our coal--It ; is as goo i
as any coal that was ever
dug out of the ground
There is heat in every ! unlp. ' ; r f
\ \ ' e screen itvi th the ut- / , . . '
most care , give full weight
and deliver it proi11pt1y. Our
employees are neat , careful ! \
and polite. .
E. A. MAUST & . ' sort\JSa
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