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Now the Chinese Viceroy is Accused Accusedof ACFUl d dof
of Duplicity DuplicityPEKIN DuplicityPEKIN DupllcltyPEKIN
A Mlislonary 1 Says LI L Promised to Order theExecutoa the theExecution theEteclltlol
Execution of Certain Murderers Who Had HadBeta lIadBeen HadBeen
Been Convicted of Killing Converts and andThen nlldTben andThea
Then Seat a Letter to the OflclaU of San SanHo Sanflo SaoIto
Ho Forbidding Them to Execute the Men MenPekin MenPekin MenPekin
Pekin By Cable CableThe The palace of the theEmpress theEmpress theEmpress
Empress which has been occupied by
J Count von Walderscc and his staff was wasburned wasburned wasburned
burned to the ground g ottnd MajorGeneral MajorGeneralSchwartzkopf MajorGeneralSchwartzkopf MajJor General GeneralSehwartzkopf
Schwartzkopf Count Vton n n Waldersees Walderseeschief Walderseeschief Walderseeachief
chief of staff has ha disappeared di dfs Ileared eared With Withthe Withthe Withthe
the exception of military milita papers every everything everything everything ¬
thing in the palace was destroyed destroyedTrustworthy destroyedTrustworthy estroyedTrustworthy
Trustworthy Chinamen report that thattroops thattroops thattroops
troops in large largenlimbers numbers are massing in inthe inthe inthe
the Province of Shansi Sh nsi near the frontier frontierin frontierin
in Pechili Well informed inf rmed natives nativesprophesy nativesprophesyftlrther nativesprophesy
prophesy prophesyftlrther further trouble It is impose impossible imposesible fmpossible ¬
sible to ascertain whether the court is isplaying isplaying is islaying
playing a double game or its authority authoritys
Is Is s insufficient to prevent the Chinese Chinesegenerals Chinesegenerals Chinesegenerals
generals from acting in a manner likely likelyto
to provoke hostilities hostilitiesProbably hostilitiesProbably hostilitiesProbably
Probably a great deal will depend dependupon dependu dependupon
upon u on the present FrancoGerman expe expedition expedltion exiledttion ¬
dition against General LiuKuanTing Liu KuanTing
inflicting a severe defeat upon the Chi Chinese Chinese Chlnose ¬
nese who have transgressed the agree agreqment agreement agre agrement
ment by entering into the sphere of the theallies theallies theallies
allies If these offenders are thorough thoroughly ¬
ly punished it is regarded here as likely likelyto
to produce a decided effect effectThe effect1he effectfhe
The ministers of the foreign forei n power powerview powenview powereview
view with alarm the expedition sent sentagainst sentag sentagainst
against ag inst General LiuKuanTing LiuKuan Ting They
believe belieehe he will retreat probably laying layingwaste layingwaste layingwaste
waste the villages he traverses and killing kill killby lUlli
ing i g native ChrlstJIIIrtrntlitJmtuch Chrstjantn4iJiRt uehae uehaetions ita itatlons
tlons wIll be used as an 11 e ctlstby clusb by the themilitary themilitary themilitary
military for further aggression aggr ssion1 which whichTaiYuanFu whichwould whichwould
would probably led to the taKing tatting of ofTal ofTaiYuan
TaiYuan TaiYuanFu Tal YuanFu Fu capital of Shansi Prov Province Provoince Provface ¬
ince Captain Reeves who is attached attachedto I
to the American Legation here accom accompanies accompanics accompanics ¬
panics the expedition to observe hap happcninfts happcningson happenings I
pcninfts pcningson on behalf of the United States StatesAt StntesAt StatesAt
At Wednesdays meeting of the foreign for foreign foreign ¬
eign ministers the question of indem indemnities indemnltles indentnities ¬
nities was considered It is now estimated esti estimated ¬
mated that 350000000 will cover all allclaims allI allclaims
I claims claimsRev claimsRev claimsRev
Rev Charles A Killie a Presbyterian Presbyterianmissionary PresbyterianmissionarYI Presbyterianmissionaryi
missionarYI has returned from Sanhowhere Sanho Sanhowhere Sanhowhere
where Christians were burned to death deathin deathin deathin
in December He reports to General GeneralChaffee GeneralChaffee GeneralChaffee I
Chaffee that some time ago several of ofhis ofhis ofhis
his converts were killed Mr Killie Killiehad Kil1iehad Killiehad
had the guilty persons tried in the Chi Chinese Chinese Chinese ¬
nese courts where they were convicted convictedand convietelland convictedand
and sentenced to death subject to Li LiHung LiHung LiHung
Hung Changs signature The mission missionary missionary missionsty ¬
ary came to Pekin and saw Li Hung
Chang who Mr Ir Killie says said the themen themen themen
men should be executed immediately I
Upon going to Sanhq SanhQthree Jhree weeks weekslater weekslatcr weekslater I
later the missionary found ound the men menalive menalive menalive
alive He spoke to a judge juclgeof of f the Chi Chinese Chin Chinese ¬
nese n sc courts on the subject and the judgeshowed judge judgeshowed judgeshowed
showed him a letter from Li Hung
Chang giving explicit instructions that thatthe thatthe thatthe
the men must not be executed as thehad they the thehad
had been convicted only on the test testmony testi testimony test testmony ¬
mony of Christians consequently the theevidence thcev theevidence
evidence ev Illence was wa untrustworthy untrustworthyBANK untrustworthyDANK untrustworthyDANK
He II Wide a Rich Haul In Toronto Torontoby by Raltlnj RaltlnjChecks RalrinJCbecks Rah102Checks
Checks ChecksToronto CbecksToronto ChecksToronto
Toronto Ont Special SpeclalA A clever cleverank cleverank
i > ank swindler made a rich haul in To Toronto Toonto Toonto ¬
ronto onto Saturday the total amount of oflivliich ofhich ofliicls
livliich hich will not be known until the tellers tellersnd tellertnd
teller nd ledger keepers I < cepers in various banks bankscheck bankscheck bankscheck
check up business A stranger assert asserting asserting asserting ¬
ing that he lived in Halifax opened an anaccount anaccol1lH anaccomtt
account in the Imperial Bank Saturday Saturdaymorning Saturdaymorning Saturdaymorning
morning depositing 50 Shortly after afterward afterward afterward ¬
ward he presented a check for 20 20which 20which 20which
which was marked by the ledger ledger keep keeper ¬
er Shortly before i oclock during the theraised therush therush
rush preceding the cI e this his check checkraised
I raised to 2455 was presented i eseu1ed to the theteller theteller theteller
teller and cashed cashedThe cashe casheThe cashedThe
The same procedure was adopted at atthe atthe atthe
the Bank of Commerce Where a check checkraised checkraised checkraised
raised from 20 to 82000 2900 was cashed It Itis Itis
1 is believed several severother other banks were weresimilarly weresimilarly weresimilarly
similarly victimized victimizedAgainst victimizedr
j r Against Compulsory Education EducationJefferson EducationI EducationJefferson
I Jefferson City Mo Special SpecialGo SpecialGoI SpccialGovernor Gov Governor ¬
I ernor Dockery has vetoed the compulsory compul compulsory compulI ¬
I sory education bill entitled An Act Act1o ActI Actto
I to enforce the constitutional right of ofevery ofevery ofevery
every child in the State to an education educationto
to provide for truant or parental arental schools schoolsand schoolslndnttendance schoolsand
and lndnttendance attendance officers in cities of io ioooo 10
000 population or more and to prohibit prohibitthe prohibitthe prohibitthe
the employment of children during duringschool duringschool duringschool
school hours Governor Dockery de declared declared dcdared ¬
clared that the Act interfered with the thepersonal thelIersonal
s personal rights of parents and savored savoredPorto savoredPorto savoredPorto
Porto Ricans Ask lor or Relief ReliefWashington ReHefWlshington ReliefWashington
Washington Special Santiago
Iglesias a representative of the Federal Federa ¬
i tion of 9f Labor in in Porto Rico who came cameto cameto cameto
to this country recently with a petition petitionclrrn petitionsigned petitionsigned
clrrn signed 1 hv by rinnn 6000 Porto Vnrtn Ricans D Dom praying
fr relief from from om the distressing condi
tions alleged to t exist eXIst on the island pre prosented presented presented ¬
sented the petition to the President to ¬
dayi day
Domestic DomesticArchbishop DCHllcsllcArchbishop DomesticArchbishop
Archbishop John J Keane was invest invested Investcd Invested ¬
ed with the pallium at Dubuque Iowa IowaCardinal lowlQtrdin Iowaltrdina
Cardinal Qtrdin Gibbons conferred the pallium palliumArchbishop palliuntA
Archbishop Archbis A dibis lOp Ireland made the principal principaladdress principalaUdress principallaudress
aUdress addressFive audressFive
Five hundred employees of the Onon Onondaga Ononduga Onondaga
daga Pottery in Syracuse N Y went wenton wenton
on a strike in sympathy with the girl girlstrikers girlstrikers girlstrikers
strikers strikersMinister strikersMinister strikersMinister
Minister Loomis arrived at New NewYork NelVYork NewYork
York from Venezuela He denies that thathe thathe thathe
he criticized President Castro CastroFiftyone CastroFift CastroFiftyone
Fiftyone Fift > one Indians and negroes receiv received recehcd receiv received ¬
ed diplomas and certificates at the theHampton theHampton theHampton
Hampton Normal School SchoolAlexander SchoolAlexander SchoolAlexander
Alexander Agassiz Agas iz was elected president presilent presi president ¬
dent of the National Academy of of Sci Science Science Science ¬
ence enceMrs Mrs Anna Sheldon Andrews died at atSlatersville atSlatersville atSlatersville
Slatersville R L I aged too years yearsCode yearsCode yearsCode
Code Denny a B A O brakeman brakemanwas brakemanwas brakemanwas
was killed at Lamira W Va VaExCongressman VaExCongressman VaExCongressman
ExCongressman Melvin R Baldwin Baldwinkilled Daldwinkilled Baldwinkilled
killed himself at Seattle SeattleHarry SeattlefIarry SeattleHarry
Harry Taff died suddenly at Martins Martinsurg Martinsburf Martinsburp
burf burp > urg of heart disease diseaseEight diseaseEight diseaseEight
Eight hundred hundr d longshoremen struck struckat
at Newport News NewsDr NewsDr NewsDr
Dr S H Scruggs Scruggnatcd Jr was assassi assassiOne u3ssinated assassinated
nated near Nashville NaslivilleScruggs NashvilleOne NashvilleOne
One thousand men went on a strike strikeat
at the Natalie colliery near Shamokin ShamokinPa SbamokinPat
Pa Patt
t Sam Smith died at Point Pleasant PleasantW PleasantW PleasantW
W Va after eating 22 hardbpiled hardbpiledCKRS hard b9iled b9iledeggs 9i1ed 9i1edeggs
eggs eggsThe
1 i The principal shipping companies compan s at atNewport atNewport atNewport
Newport News Va refused to grant grantthe granttile grantthe
the increase of wages demanded deman ded by the themay theIongshoremen thelongshoremen
longshoremen and a strike of 500 men menmay menmay
may result resultAt resultAt resultAt
At York Pa John P Pfeiffer of ofReading ofReading ofReading
Reading Pa was convicted of forgery forgeryand forgeryand forgeryand
and sentenced sentencea to two years in the Peni Penitentiary Penitentlary Penttentiary ¬
Rev George B Resser pastor of ofEmmanuel ofEmmanuel ofEmmanuel
Emmanuel Reformed Church fell from fromiScajTolding fromscaJIoldi fromseaflIg
iScajTolding scaJIoldi oldipg Pil at Hanover Pa and was waskllfed waskllJJd waskll
kll kllfed I v paf1l1 jr ti tiThe
The IThe famous f mous hat tnmmiifgs trlmmil tr jmmii i r1se r1sewhich Cdse CdseWhich cfs cfswhich
Which has been seven years in United UnitedCharles UnitedStates UnitedStates
States courts was settled at Philadel Philadelphia Philadelphia
phia phiaI
phiaCharles Charles Smith and William Johnson Johnsonwere Johnsonwere Johnsonwere
were killed at an election riot near East EastSt EastI EastSt
St Louis LouisBishop LouisBishop LouisBishop
Bishop J J Esher of the Evangelical EvangelicalChurch Ev nge1ical nge1icalChurch ngelicalChurch
Church died at Chicago aged 78 78 years yearsThe yearsThe yearsThe
The Red Lion Match Company went wentinto wentinto wentinto
into the hands of a receiver at York YorkHigh YorkHigh YorkHigh
High water has caused much damage damageon
on the Rappahannock River RiverA RiverA RiverA
A general genera jail delivery occurred at atGeorgetown atGeorgetown It ItGeorgetown
Georgetown Del from the Sussex Sussexcounty Sussc SusscI Sussexcounty
county prison Nine of the prisoners prisonersall risoners risonersall
all of whom were awaiting trial made madetheir madetheir madetheir
their escape by sawing the bars of thejr thejrwindows their theirwindolVs theirwindows
windows and making ropes out of their theirbed theirbed theirbed
bed clothing c1othi lg
Half of the employees of the W Dc Dcwce Dewees Dcwees
wce wees Wood plant plant of the big steel com tornIt combine Combine
bine at McKeesport went on a strike strikeIt strikeIt
It may be the beginning of a fight be between between between ¬
tween the Amalgamated Association Associationand AssociationI Associationand
and the United States Steel Corpora Corporation CorporaI Corporation ¬
tion tionThe The Supreme Court of Pennsylvania Pennsylvaniadecided Pennsylvj1nladecided Pennsylvpnladecided
decided that members of the American AmericanFederation AmefleanFederation AmericanFederation
Federation of Labor had no right to toentice toentice toentice
entice a glass Iass manufacturers appren apprentices apprentices apprentices ¬
tices to jointhe join the union unionThe unionThe unionThe
The transport Thomas arrived at San SanFrancisco SanFrancisco SanFrancisco
Francisco with officers and men of the theThirtyfifth theThirtyfifth theThirtyfifth
Thirtyfifth and Twentyeighth Volun Volunteer V Volunteer olun olunteer ¬
teer Regiments RegimentsShamokin RegimentsThe
The Shamokin Silk Mill Company In InShamokin InShamokin
Shamokin Shamokinstrikers Pa started up the sirl sirlstrikers irl irlstrikers
strikers being told that th t their union unionwould ul1lonwould unionwould I
would be recognized recognizedGen recognizedGen recognizedGen
Gen A C McClurg head of the thepublishing thepublishing thepublishing I
publishing house of A C McClurg McClurgCo McClurgCo
Co of Chicago died at St Augustine AugustineFlorida AugustineFlorida AugustineFlorida
FloridaForty Florida FloridaForty FloridaForty
Forty bars of silver bullion valued at
1200 1200 were vere stolen from the steamer steamerLide steamerLide steamerLide
Lide while lying off Newark N J JForeign JForeln JForeign
Foreign Forelnthe ForeignThe s sTlie
the South African blue book was is issued Issued issued ¬
sued in London containing a aletter letter from fromSir fromSir fromSir
Sir Alfred Milner in which he says af affairs affairs affairs ¬
fairs in South Africa are worse now nowfrom nowfrolll nowfrom
from a a British point of view than they theywere theyWere theywere
were a year ago agoAn a ao aoAn o oAll
An unexplained explosion in the Ro Roman Rol1an Ronan
man l1an Catholic Church of St Michael in
Berlin caused a panic and several per perlonswcrc perlonlwere perIon
Ion lonswcrc were injured by flying flyin debris debrtsThe
The ministers in Pekin have accepted acceptedMr acceptedfr acceptedMr
Mr fr Rockhills proposition for a foreign foreignI foreillnIoard foreignioard
ioard I card to take the place of o TgurlgL TgurlgLiamen T Tsurlg uM Li Liramen Lik
iamenThe iamen ramenThe k amen amenThe
The palace of the Empress In Pekinoccupied Pekin Pekinpccupied Peldnccupied
occupied ccupied by Count von Walderscc and andis nndlis andhis
his is staff was burned to the ground groundYi grouudYi groundYi
Yi Kop Ho the Korean minister min Jiter of ofittstice ofiustice ofiustice
iustice was condemned to death for forplotting forIotting forplotting
plotting against the Empress EmpressThe EmpreasThe EmpressThe
The claims clans against China for indem indemnities indemities indentiitlcs ¬
nities ities arc itow now estimated id t amount to toiooooooo
70000000 70000000A
A French girl is puzzling physicians physiciansjf
jf f Paris who have extracted hundreds hundredsof
of If needles from all parts of her body
She says she swallowed them years ago agoThe agoThe agoThe
The American Consul General at atYokohama atYokohama atYokohama
Yokohama says business men and andstatesmen andtlltesmen andptatesmen
statesmen ptatesmen in Japan fear a financial panic panicin
in n that country cOlin try
The engagement of Miss Dai Daisi Dai4 leiter Loiterto leiterto
to Spencer Eddy second sccondsecretary secretary of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the American legation in Paris is re reported reported reported ¬
ported portedLiverpool
Liverpool receipts of sugar are a e enor enormous enormOils enormous ¬
mous in expectation expectation of the imposition impositionby
by the British government of a duty dutyon dutyon dutyon
on it
I Solicitor oll ttor General Oen ral Richards ArgumcnJri ArgumcnJriat Ar Argumenitat me 1 1at
I at Washington WashingtonPRISONER WashingtonPRISONER j1 j1PRISO
Sentence lie Says Has Been Sustained Sustainedby Suslala d dby
by Three Civil Courts and Five Judges JudgesNet JUdgCNot Judges
Not Counting the United States SupremeCourt Supreme SupremeCourt Suprem SupremCourl
Court Which Is Now Considering Conslderla the CBJ CBJCarters Ca Case Ji JiCarlers s sCarters
Carters Methods MethodsWashington MethodsWashington tethodsWashington
Washington Special SpecialSolicitorGen SpecialSolicitorGenoral SolicitorGen SolicitorGeneral SolicitorGenl SolicitorGenleral
eral Richards filed with the United UnitedStates Unite UniteStates UnitedStates
States Supreme Court a brief in in opposl opposllion opposlj opposilion
lion to the application for ball filed filedabout fileqabout filetabout
about ten days ago in behalf of formgu formguCapt form formCapt
Capt Oberlin M 1 Carter now confine confinedin confinein
in the United States Penitentiary atj
Fort Leavenworth Kan upon convi convition conviea convieation CQI1IC j
tion of fraud in connection with harboj
improvements etc at Savannah GaAfter GaV GaVAfter Ga GaAfler
After reviewing the history of the cas0jj cas castheQlicitorGencral case casethe
the SolicitorGeneral says in part parthrhe i i iThe
hrhe The validity of Carters conviction convictionand convictionand convictionfland
and sentence by the courtmartial which whichalone whichalone svhiclialone
alone could try him for crimes com coml comArmy committed cornmitted
mitted as an officer < of the United Stata StataArmy StatArmy l
Army in violation of the articles of ofwar 0 0war owar
war has been sustained by three civil civilcourts clvl clvlcourts civilcourts
courts and five judges not counting thl thlCourt thlCourt
Court before which the matter is IS nosgi no n V Vpending i ipending
pending for the third time timelfr timeMr J JMr
Mr Richards says that the invest investgallons investt investtgations investygations
gations of the Government reveal tin tinloss tl tlloss the theloss
loss of an aggregate a aggregate gregate of 2169150 2169150through Zt69x5qthrough 169159 169159through
through Carter s operations of whlcif I
he Carter received onethird with withtraveling witlf witlftraveling
traveling expenses added dded In view view viewthese iew A 01 01these
these facts Mr Richards asks asksIs asksIs lskshIs
hIs Is it any wonder that Carter wants wanWVto want wantto wantsto
to get out on bail Is it any wondejj1 wondejj1that wondt wondtthat wont wontthat
that he desires to be put in a positioji positiojiwhere positO positOwhere positiowhere
where he he can personally handle handl tlljr tlljrsinews th thsinews titsinews
sinews sinews of war which he obtaineltajjp obtalneU
fraud from the Government that pdii pdiicated e u ucated uGated
cated him and gave gave ave him his standing standingand standingnnd standingand
and reputation reputationDescribing
Describing the method of Carters Cartersoperations Carteroperations Cartersoperations
operations Mr Richards says saysThe saysThe saysThe
The division of this swag was at attented attented attented
tented to by Carter personally When Whenthe Whenthe Vhenthe
the time came to make a payment under underthe underthe underthe
the contract Carter who was w was s located locatedat
at Savannah and had charge of the thework thework thework
work on behalf of tht Government Governmentwould Governmentwould Governmentwould
would give to the representatives of ofGreene ofGreene ofGreene
Greene and the Gaynors locally in incharge incharge incharge
charge at Savannah a Government Governmentcheck Governmentcheck Governmentcheck
check sufficient to pay for the labor and andmaterials andmaterials andmaterials
materials which actually went into the theimprovement theim theimprovement
improvement im improvement rovement and then he would draw drawa
a i Government check for the excess of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the contract price representing what whatgamblers whatgamblers whatgamblers
gamblers would call the velvet elvetthe velvetthefruit elvetthefruit the thefruit
fruit of the fraudulent conspiracy conspiracyand conspiracyandputting conspiracyandputting and andnutting
putting this in his pocket would go to toNew toNew toNew
New YorkThere YorkThere York YorkThere
There he would meet Greene and andthe andthe andthe
the Gaynors Then the division would wouldtake wouldtake wouldtake
take place Carter rfer would be specially speciallyallowed speciallyallowed speciallyallowed
allowed outdf out cif the amount 75 for trav travelirig travIitig trav6hag
elirig Iitig expefisesj expetj esl and the balance would wouldbe wouhlbe wouldbe
be divided Into thirds thirdsonethird onethird going goingto going goingto I Ito
to Carter onethird to Greene ana and onethird one onethird onethird
third to to the Gaynors In this wry way Car Carter Cart Carter ¬
ter t r drew out of the conspiracy 722
52802 and of this amount the records recordsof
of stock brokers in New York show showthat showthat showthat
that he invested in stocks and bonds
69030185 69030585AMCRICAN 69030185AMERICAN 69030185I
Randolph Martlnsea Among the tbe Doer Cap Captlves Caplives
lives at Lisbon LisbonParis LlsboaParis LisbonParis
Paris By Cable CableAmong Among the Boer Boerprisoners Boerprisoners Boerprisoners
prisoners prisoners who recently arrived in Lis Lisbon Lisbon ¬
bon from Lorenzo MarqUez Marquezsays says a aspecial aspecial aspecial
special dispatch from thcu thePortuguese thePortuguesecapital theiPortuguesecapital Portuguese Portuguesecapital
capital was a young American Ran Randolph Randolph Randolph ¬
dolph Martinsen who y ho described himself himselfas himseUas
as a son of the president esident of the Missouri Mis Missouri Missouri ¬
souri Kansas and an Texas Railroad He Piewas Hewas Hewas
was captured by the British but re released released released ¬
leased as an American on promising not notto notto notto
to fight again Subsequently he was ar arrested arrested arrested ¬
rested in Lorenzo Marquez at the re request request request ¬
quest of the British authorities undersuspicion under undersuspicion undersuspicion
suspicion of being a Boer agent agentMr agentMr agentMr
Mr Martinsen on being brought broughthere brougllthere broughthere
here secured his release through the theAmerican theAmerican theAmerican
American Charge dAffaires and his hisf hisfather
father f ther sent him money to pay his hispas hispassage pas passage passage ¬
sage home homeKorea homeKorea homeKorea
Korea Arms Against Japan JapanLondon JapanLondon JapanLondon
London By Cable CableThe The Govern Government Government Government ¬
ment of Korea according to a dispatch dispatchto dispatchto
to the Daily Mail from St St Petersburg
has decided to build thirtytwo coast coastfortresses coastfortreases coastfortresses
fortresses fortresses to resist a possible Japanese Japaneseinvasion Japaneseinvasion Japaneseinvasion
invasion According Accor ing to the same cor correspondent correspondent correspondent ¬
respondent the Korean Government has haspromulgated haspromulgated haspromulgated
promulgated a law enforcing the death deathpenalty deathpenalty deathpenalty
penalty for opium smoking smokingTax sl11okingTax smokingTax
Tax Unconstitutional UnconstitutionalWashington UnconstitutionalWashington UnconstitutionalWashington
Washington Special SpecialIn In the United UnitedStates UnitedStates UnitedStates
States Supreme Court an opinion was washanded washanded washanded
handed down in the case of Fairbanks Fairbanksvs
vs the United States The case cns involv involved involved involved ¬
ed the constitutionality const lutionaltly of the war warrevenue warrevenue warrevenue
revenue law imposing a tax upon export exportbills exportbills exportbills
bills of lading The Court decided decidedagainst decidedagainst decidedagainst
against the government holding that thatprovision thatprovislon thatprovision
provision of the law unconstitutional unconstitutionaltlce
The opinion was handed down by Jus Justice Justice
tice Brewer and Justices Harlan Gray
White and McKenna dissented dissentedijajjaiiLjLjJiLiiite
ijajjaiiLjLjJiLiiite 1
Supreme upreme Court Decision as to Dakota Cases CasesP CasesCauses CasesCauses
I P Causes Much Anxiety AnxietyF
I Fargo F rgo gO S D Special SpecialAs As a result resultyleclfring resultJJCt resultpf
pf JJCt t e U > < J S Supreme Court decision decisionSled decisiondecl
yleclfring Sled ring invalid divorces granted In InIthis inthiS inthis
Ithis thiS State tate in which residence was not nottana noti notona
tana ona fide there cane a flood of tele telererams telegrams telegrams
grams from those likely to be affected affectedJit affectedIt
Jit i It is believed that owing to the pracice prac practice pracice ¬
tice ice of rushing home Immediately after afteralecrees afterecrees afterecrees
alecrees ecrees were granted less than 10 per perscent per percent percent
scent cent of the divorces allowed during duringnine duringthe
nine Wt the he recent rcccm uivuivt divorce pcriuu period would wu wuHound be befound
Hound found valid if contested contestedBut contostedi contestedBut
i But of those secured a large percent percentage percentringe percentGhge
ringe age were agreed cases where appear appearlimce appcnrinnce appearLance
Lance was made by both parties Com Comparatively Comparatively Comparatively ¬
paratively paratively few had bitter contests and andonly andionly andonly
only in those can the question of residencc resi rcsidencc residence
dencc be raised Many of the latter latterMclass latterass latterclass
class ass however included distinguished distinguishedEasterners distinguishedJEasterners distinguishedEasterners
Easterners and foreigners A majority majorityof majorityHof
Hof of these have remarried and the deci deciion declion dection
ion of the court not only affects their theirpresent theirpresent theirpresent
present status but the legitimacy of olmany ofuany ofmany
many children born subsequently to sec second second second
ond marriage This makes the courts courtsfinding courtslinding courtsfinding
finding far reaching and creates great greatanxiety greatnxiety greatanxjety
anxiety anxietyJA anxjetyNA
The Sentence Suspended While She Stay StayOut Sta StaOut StaysOut
Out of Kansas City CityKansas CityKansas CityKansas
Kansas City Mo Special Spec SpecialMrs SpecialMrsCarrie alMrs alMrsCarrie Mrs MrsCarrie
Carrie Nation who was arrested Sun Sunday Sunday Sunday ¬
day charged with obstructing the street streetjvas streetvas streetvas
jvas vas arraigned before Police Judge Mc MeAuley McAuley McAuley
Auley fined 500 and given until 6 6oclock 6oclock 6oclock
oclock to leave the city
The Judge told Mrs Nation that if iffche ifhe ifbile
bile he was found in the city after that hotir hotirshe hollrlhe hotirgthe
she would be arrested and put in jail jailShe jailShe jailShe
She agreed to leave town and 15 min mfnites minmcs minutes
mcs ites later boarded a street car for Kansas Kan Kanlas Kanas
las as City Kan KanMrs KanMrs KanMrs
Mrs Nation Nation appeared in court early earlyccompal1ied earlyaccompanied
accompanied ccompal1ied by Jl her brother and a wo won woU1J woUJn
U1J UJn n friend The courtroom was liter literally literfIly literdtlly ¬
ally Jarifiricd Jan ned by a curious crowd Several Sev Several Several ¬
eral cases were called before Mrs Na Nations Nations Na Nations ¬
tions and she watched the proceedings proceedingswith proceedinggwith proceedingswith
with manifest impatience When hen Judge JudgeMcAulcy JudgeMcAuley JudgeMcAuley
McAuley finally asked Mrs Nation Nationwhat Nationwhat ation ationwhat
what she had to say to the charges she shedelivered shedelivered shedelivered
delivered a tirade against police and andcourt andcourt andcourt
court courtJudge courtJudge courtJudge
Judge McAuley then gave his deci decision decision decision ¬
sion and warned Mrs Nation not to tocome tocome tocome
come to this city again The fine was wassuspended wassuspended wassuspended
suspended It will be held over MrsNation Mrs MrsNation MrsNation
Nation in case she should return and anduntil anduntil anduntil
until she is released from the court cour ls s or order order order ¬
der she is practically barred from visit visiting visiting visiting ¬
ing ing Kansas City
Mrs Nation pleaded that she wished wishedto
to go to Liberty Mo within a few days daysana daysand daysand
ana and asked if she would be permitted to topass toIass toass
pass ass through Kansas City cnroute cnrouteJudge entouteJudge enrouteJudge
Judge McAuley answered in the affirma affirmative affirmative affirmative ¬
tive but warned Mrs Nation not to tostop totop tostop
stop top off hereKILLED here hereKILLED hereKILLED
Frank M MaJor Jor Pays Penalty of Crime In InMeadvllle InMeadvlUe InMeadville
Meadvllle Pa PaMeadville PaMeadville PaMeadville
Meadville Pa Special SpecialFrauk FrauU Ma Major MIjor Maor ¬
jor or was hanged at 206 in the afternoon afternoonMajors nfternoonMajors
Majors Majors crime was the murder of Chief Chiefof Chiefof Chiefof
of Police Daniel McGrath of Titus Titusville Titusville Titusrule
ville Pa on November n 1809 He Hewas Hewas Hewas
was a member of a gang that blew open openthe open openthe openthe
the safe and robbed the Titusville TitusvilleRailroad TitusvilleRailroad TilusvilieRailroad
Railroad ticket office and later went to toa toa toa
a house on East Spring street where wherethey wherethey wherethey
they intimidated and robbed the in inmates inmates inmates ¬
mates mates Theywere They were tracked to this place jilacehee placeby placeby
by Chief McGrath and Policeman Shee Sheehy Sheehy hee heehy
hy The gang opened fire at once and andSheehy andSheehy andSheehy
Sheehy fell dangerously wounded Mc Megrath Mcgrath Mcgrath
grath grappled with the man at the thedoor thedoor thedoor
door and after he had hadreceived received his own owndeath Qwndcnth owndeath
death wouml shot shotand and killed one of the theburglars theburslars theburglars
Colonel Aluslck Dead DeadOmaha DeadOmaha DeadOmaha
Omaha Neb Special SpedalColonet SpedalColonetJohn SpecialColonelJohn Colonel ColonelJohn
John R Musick author journalist and andpolitician andJlolitician andpolitician
politician djed died of heart failure at his hisapartments his hisnpnrtments hisapartments
apartments in this city Injuries received receiv received received ¬
ed while rescuing the injured after a cy cyclone cyclone cyclone ¬
clone at Kirksville Mo were causes causeswhich causeswhich causeswhich
which led to his death Colonel Musick Musickdevoted Musickdevoted hfusickdevoted
devoted a great part of his life to writ writIng writIng writing
Ing historical stories tor Jor for young people peopleAnothtr peopleAnothr peopleAnothsr
Anothtr Bullion Theft TheftNewark TheftNewark TheftNewark
Newark Special SlJec SpecialIt It has been dis discovered discovered discovered ¬
covered that forty bars of silver bul ¬
lion valued at 1200 hove been stolen
from from the Lide now lying at Balbacks
Dock No clew to the thieves has
been obtained The police believe the
bars were stolen by river thieves who whooperated whooperated whooperated
operated from a boat and secured the
bars while the watchman on the dock dockwa dodeWIU dockwas
was wa enuracred enuairedPRIMACURA enuracredTry enllalledPRIMACURA
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Catarrh and Colds Cul snnd and experience eX1erlonco relief reliefthat rello rellothat reliefthat
that no other remedy offers I If you de deBiro deslro doairo
Biro to stop all itching of the thulloalp noalp and andprevent nu nuprovont andprevent
prevent further falling out of the hair ImirYOU hulrjOLl hairyou
YOU jOLl can accomplish 11001l1ll1l1sh this by the use of a av5 aJG
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an n Institute In tJtute in a family W Wo Vo 0 have havethousands htlothousm havethousands
thousands thousm s of those Institutes lu Wash Washington Wnshington Washfagton ¬
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DIRECTORS Prickly Heat Mosquito Bites BitesPoisoning BitesO
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TFRAHK FRANK HUME HUMEJFDARTT ordinary use after Shaving ShavingContains ShavingJ
JFDARTT JFDARTTFRANK J lF F DARTT Contains neither neitherOllUrease neitherOllUreaseFRANK Oil Grease Greasenor Ore c cFRANK
FRANK LHAJWEY LHAJWEYNnniB L HANVEY nor any Deleterious Sub Substance SubNaat SubNaate ¬
i NnniB Copyrighted Copytl hted and Patentapplied Patent Patentapplied
applied applied for er stance stanceEFrEB S stancePER t nnce nnceI
rfER PER expending a liberal amount of money for the put eight eightmohthu eightmohths eightmohthainthoroughly
fl EFrEB mohthu mohthainthoroughly in thoroughly testingthocurative testing tho curative qualities of ofPRIMA ofPRIMAt I PRIilA PRIilACUKA PRIUACUltA
t tfd5 CUKA and receiving numerous testimonials from the best bestpeople bestpeoplo beetpeoplo
I peoplo in this and other cities we now offer our remedy remed to the public publicotrong publIoIItrong publicstrong
strong In the conviction that for the diseases for which It In r reoommended reoommendedit
it stands a without a peer or ovon an imitator imitatoro imitatorPRIMACURA
1 r v n l t II t JI1 flli flliantiseptic
o PJUMAOURA is an n entirely new discovery In tho medical field an annntlso anantiseptic
antiseptic nntlso tlo whoso ingrndlonts In rodlouts have Jnve never hitherto been employed In any anyWe anylIIodlchlal anymedicinal
lIIodlchlal medicinal compoun compound nor are thoy mentioned however remotel remotely In any anymellleni as asmedical
mellleni works os entering Into any combination for the purposes for ethic ethicthey whlcb whlcbthey
We ask all and particularly the ladles to give this announcement announcementmore
more than a passing notice for our remedy Is carrying relief wherever It Itis itIs Itis
is employed and so marked Is lilt it and nd quick in its results that wo do not nothetltnto notheditntc
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postoftico pO toffice In 11 the United States on receipt of If 35 cents centsj in larger quantities quantitiesby quanti tie tieI
by express ox press
JgyVislts to the laboratory Invited Circulars and testimonials testimonialsmailed tostimonlGl1I1tll1ed testimonialsmailed
I mailed on application applicationOffice JplloatlonI
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teeth Avoid the one symptom o of ago lJo while yet young Neglect make makecountl maketcountless makescountless
countl countless as thousands toothless toothlessDentistry toothlessDentistry toothlessDentistry
Dentistry in all Its branches Special attention laid paid to ohlldi ehl1duD ehl1duDCrown ebildsenCrown n nCrown
Crown Bridge and Pinto Work Gold Cement and Amalgam mal am Fllllug
Perfect work moderate charges chargesDK obnrgesI chargesDR
I Dentist 701 12th Street St reet Northwest NorthwestGraduate NorthwestGraduate m mGradunte
Graduate Philadelphia PhUa olphlB Dental DontalCollege DontalColleget College CollegeBegs
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opened a brand new newHARDWARE newHARDWARE
813 MARYLAND AVENUE EU E EWhere EvVhere EWhere
Where he will keep on hand handa
a complete stock of ofHOUSE ofHOUSE ofHOUSE
And such Spring and Summer specialties as asHAKES asRAKES asRAKES
I also carry a full line of Water WaterProof Proof Paint Paintfor P Paintfor int intfor
for Urns and and Benches and a variety of Window WindowScreens Windowt9
t9 e Screens and Door Screens ScreensI
I do Klnpksmlthlne Hull Bollllol1glng Hanging anti nll general olootrlo work Lawn Lawnmowers Lawnmowors Lawnmowers
mowers put in ordor 11 specialty spotlaityGome specialtyTai poclaltyC
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