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of r flr ON In iiKht Mm h IaI iiilniltuitliu In the thegroatiNt III IIIKrIOI1 Ike1rt
groatiNt 1rt t lit I r in I II tli tI I is Instnry IIItll Ii tir ol i it thn III rlly Ill fnrm a achapter adIOILr ackt
chapter dIOILr ckt Ibr > I > is t more 11 exniniftiiniiajyiiirnisiieu exniniftiiniiajyiiirnisiieuby P rII llur I lur Ihnl1 tin fl i1 Irnllrd Irnllrdby iii
by Hawaiis r iil IIIIllll > llllriillurniiN lihI lII Ilrlll Nothing nlllni will willeer wi wir willcnvin
eer r cnnvln rnvJn il Ih I Ihlnew C lItIq I Japan 1n ami In Hawaii Hawaiian ilr ¼ BI BIn Il Ilan ¬
an n of Hon II lulu that 11111h lln lire I flr nluch hid Httfpl 11 pt nearly nearlyII nPI nPI111lr
all II 111lr Ihiir Ilit ir homes Inll inin nuiy tt 1 mi ii Ian lt n Sii 1 i nan si 0 not Intui Intuitional Intondonnl titi titiIjnntI ¬
tional Thry f re Irmly Irnly rniiviinrd i 111111 thai the Ih llnnrc llnnrclulu Iln Ilnruluilti
lulu 1111 Flre Ih IIr > Department 11IMtrlll mad 1 mily nll nII A I Nhowlng hl111 of ofellnrtfl 011n f fforti
ellnrtfl 1n forti to I Ilirln l hl I iie i 10 little 111 III hla 1ln ll that 111 I dually 1l11 II iitll y gr i rw rwInto w wInto
Into 1110 a mntlagratlnn mnlnlrlnn cnntIi raflon laying Inlnl In tfli thirty I hlrl irty ncres nr of Imild ImildIngs 11111 11111In liti dd ddlnr
Ings In lnr < In n wn wnt te t It II It I Minirulnr IIIlnr Ihnl 1111 only fly Ihe I Ili day dayMore ihytmfnre IlY IlYrllllllr
More A riinmilliee rllllllr nl I white 11 Iiit rillens dlOI hml 11 wallid wallidupon nll1 nll1un ttd ttdlpnn
upon tlw Ih Hoard 1 I1 r rf > f llenllh lInlh with lh tIi a rclucM that thatChinatown 1111 1111I Iluttla
Chinatown la flfttwfl I burned IIol1 ku rnd quickly iiikl and fIT1 11 I Hint In II future futureni IIIII IIIIIn hit ii iifl
ni n niving Ina fl of n tnercliandi iirr1 wrlllI ni i from fnm nny nn rondemned rondemnedhullilinif ifld9IU4bulitli nlrll
hullilinif buldinl bulitli fl I nllnveil flnId III d no n matter mnlr tr how ltlV irw thorough lloonlh Iii nr Ihe Ihefumigation I I10ml ha hatumbatjnn
fumigation 10ml ltnn It I fiNo IIn n I t net hid thai 1111 IIu for or weeks t tfare Iflr tfare
fare flr the Ih gr r11 git at lire I solid III Iitl business 11 i men rn who hl III watched watchedth nttcldtha tld tldIhn
th Ihn burnlnif burlnl of ihe II tti wretilnil rows roc nH of ohnkl shacks put 111 to tothe 10tn tOthe
the torch loch might mllh lme n l en hennl Ilrlrllo to nay y that Ihll Hono Honolulu IInnlulu nnr nnrlulu ¬
tn
lulu ought o hl to tlmnk IVtidcm Iolrl lrns iIcIii II I ft f lire Ir itt would wouldget wouldI wouldrt
get I beyond byonl rnnirnl ntnl ami 11 itI sneep op everything Ihln away awayfrom aw1from y yIrom
from Kntimnkaplll 1lm0ntIIII111n Churrh to U the Ih IhTIlr thThe n v vThe
The TIlr flr t Hint lnl < get I ymnl ronttol mnlol followed followedeTActly Inlowd Inlowdrll frllowedatl
eTActly atl rll the Ih nroirnnitii f tin h white whl man rln iranteL iranteLIt nL
It wiped out 011 Chinatown Inntm lInttflWtI in il II four fni 01 r hours hOI Th ThM four fourhours 10lrhnl fournulr
hours hnl nulr were n period of tntrnn IIIn tutufl excitement Vllh WIIhlb Vllhth lh
th 11 entire olr t city < ity threatened by a I roaring rMrlll1 II I tlr re against againstwhich lnln1 lnln1wlilc ujutni ujutniwu1ch
which wlilc not etin the Ih beginning tnffln llnnln ° of f I iu content could couldb Olld Olldb couldbe
b b be road midtli the > fate M ol n Uin th town hanging hlnjlnl In f fuct fuctI 1 1upn rt rtupon
I upon thn lh caprice r prl pTlcu of thn II Il wind Ifl with Ilh thousands of ofAilntloi nlAIt ofI
I Ailntloi AIt and fll I natives o threatening Ihtnlm to II tu avilt iittsr ml r from fromn Irll Irllf
n f district dlstlcl In which for In u month they 11 had lieen held heldby hIdby liIdby
by a fiuaranlno IMnln ngitinil 1111111 uuitI Black Ilrl Ilngie 1111 and Ind with withevery withevery lb lbutry
every white hit dtlrn rll called lo stand Inn guard j1f1 at II street streetcorners MrueIrornet lr1rnrl
corners rnrl with lh hIhi tints olh nnd 111 ate 111101 handles S lo heat bark barkthe hlrk hlrktl biccIlI
the tl IlI frantic Irlntc Inmli 1 ln of ilirty 01 ilurt y plnguc 11111 pluu tu Infecltd Inf In toile prnplewhose IoplnWh toilewhoM
whose Wh M home h m were cr nhlim 1111 Honolulu IInnlull cvrlalnly cvrlalnlyhad etrttdnlyIa4
had 111 eatisrt r cnu nM for M excitement rhmn1 Tim 1 fire tf when hnl It once oncecot nnrtI
I cot 11 hold old ot KamanUnplli Ilmnnlh t hutch which hlh directly directlyJoined trly trlynn1 tlreetlyJoInt
Joined nn1 building bwlln th 11 thA Hoard In nf n Health IIh Intended Intendedto Inltnof Inltnoft
to t burn took tok lew I Iu ihnn 1 an 11 hour hnlr In spread pfl1 a I aof reign reignpt flto fltoror
pt terror ror ill nl t > nr r ChinMowti lhinnlll The 1 lh great JU I church churchbuilding rhurchblllfM rhurrhbitliuhing
building blllfM Wfts ft magnificent speclicle q1uct4r rlr when ffl nltet nltetcompelling nlr nlrcom nft nftrompelltn
compelling com llo im uuItr r retreit Irll fruum r m It I the 11 th flnrue 11Im burst burstforth hu1fnrlh hulTMtforth
forth In freetlnin 111 from rnm ewy ir window tlnln In Its 11 It high highlirlck hlh hlhtrkk hIghr1k
lirlck r1k walls 1111 and streamed trnmllnl In the meady stiuI 11 trade Irll wind windfrom wild wildInm titudfTuum
from Inm every tnry Inrh Inr of the II me iuu Meejile which hlrh at II ihnt ihntlime Ihllmo ihetlIme
lime lmo remained rPlln1 An Anlr Inirutn n erowd nt1 Mcod Inl outride outridetlw oulJI oulJIt outIutethu
tlw t quarnnlln qUllllh q tiartt1I ii linen lin and 11 waited 1 u I ttItl I I for r the II steeple steeplelo Npl NplIn stepeto
lo tall 111 It J iron In tr rl rP r held It I upright nrlchl while whl It Itsent I ItIuflt
sent 01 cinders dnIt over o crCTyrnnf c7y rM Tnf for n blockMo I tluudP N 10 windward windwardHalf wIttuIruIJfulf hlhMo
Half Hllln an hour hOlr later n rooTIng rnrlll cracking rfrkln volume volumerf Tohlmf nIiimuof
rf f flame Inmt twice twit tlf tlw Ih bright h hl of any nn ny structure Nlrclu In lt ltpnth 11 11Illh Iti Itirutth
pnth Illh wns 1 wst racing rnrluc nniihslriirted Inhlrlrllo to the Ih wnterlronl wnterlronlnnd wetrftontu tronl
nnd 111 u Out the IhIO fi fuO4 < HV III > i > nA whom w horn the fiiitliorltleiH lllhII out thorl lieN had hl1111 hl1111Ion lint lintbeen tintuOufl
been uOufl OhIO Iho tn tl mow mnl froinnlihirithenuarnntlnelin froinnlihirithenuarnntlnelinwere fnlwhllnhlllnltntHno fnlwhllnhlllnltntHnorn fruiui ItliIri thuptnratitIneItnuua thuptnratitIneItnuuauere
were rn rushing midlyto auIhn nutuII to Mid frolnilforwlopetoul frolnilforwlopetoulof fin nln In Jnrllnl1 Iloru tuet 011 011f nut nutof
of f Chlnaln Chlnlln Chtnfttrhn n t every crowing rnln the Ih one Olt or o two twoguards twollr IorUiTut
guards llr with ilh Iwymetn 1 liii uiuut were oTnlort1 rP reinforced by b ritlrens ritlrensSome rtrtM rtrtMBomn cltJenqSomu
Some carried erld axe I nnd nIIIJr pick utek haiulles hnndl illMrlhuted illMrlhutedfreely dlslrlltd dtstrhhuuttpdtrly
freely 111 liy Iu a 1 hardware hII store oth olhrR rs lind 1 ittd < bits bl of offen offcn offenctu
fen fcn fenctu boird they had hll been nble 11 luk to pick Irk up upAn lp lpAn upAlt
An uclifr 111r stitiii n has hl MutAnt lonl1 l t n enacted onrtl To Tostand 10 10Rlln ToItttlI
stand Rlln club rub In Inlln hand nut 111od herd In Inrrnmllj wronmltig women womenrnJ wonlt wonltfn woninmi
rnJ fn cllllronnn1 lilldron and nun nln who wil nre nl only trying Irlnt IrlntMT to tonivij toIiT3
nivij MT thennv nnd 111 families to threaten IhIln them themwith Ihmwllh themwith
with ntleloi Htc M tltoush Ihou1 they nrre r go 1 u ranch 10lch cattle cattleIN 11111 cottieh4
IN I not 101 work n I man Illn cnn enjoy njoy Hut 111 tl the lie qtiaran qtiaranllni qunrln qunrlntn qiMranttn
llni tn ttn must mu b maintained maI I ni lt o an 11 knew kit nnd 111 the thewnrlc Ihn1ork thewnrk
wnrlc 1ork HAJ wut only onl to l IMI st until unt n i place cuuld rouli bo bl found foundThon loundlhH fiuud1Iuri
Thon lhH tin ih panic Jlnir ntrlckcit trhkel population 1Iulnlon was u a herded herdedto htled
to Ii KawolAiMo IIWllhn church a I 1 lars Inru brick and In1 stuns stunsedillce1 alonediIIC tu > ne neof
edillce1 diIIC rApabH rlII of scAlliii llnl a 1 conitrecatlon 101rlllon of 200 200When 2 2h 2uOOWIin
When h n the 118 tli lire wni 1 1 cit t its I height hIIIIIIII and ttuI every eVI e1t cltlen cltlentf dln dlnI
tf I Hi Iltiolulu nululu lolulu knew that 31 n I u clinnife rlln e In the lb wind windwould Ind Indul1
4 would w tuuiut ul1 fend tnllht the flame namlulnd from cud tu end I nf the IhtdlY IhtdlYIhl city cityIhe cItythe
the Ihl hilplera bII on II onu t wi were > r inarched Illrh1 tu i this Il church churchnnd rirrh churchL
L 111 nnd plact l benritli 1 I 11 lu 1 roof or In Ita It croiimU croiimUThe Iruun Iruunhu gruundeTin
The hu cjoudn < OUdH ol 0 smoke luk nuuk made Inl daylleht gloomy gIomybu ta tatb AStbl
tb tbl bu procession lrOOIlnn left 111 the greHy Irlr tlsmes behind behindIt 1hlnd
It 1 t HUH uould found out 1 filler nlrl ard Irl tI that 11111 Home lonl onie of the 111 ChlncM ChlncMtlld Chllc Chllctld ChIncntild
tlld tld not forget even In thatcnsu I thet hi r irit < I torarry 10 rlTY entry a I supply supplyof ul ly lyf
of f onium on l1 nnd Ild ft nmoklnir nln lnl oiltllt HIII They 11 were o pr prethupvIr soon soonenfoylrc nol
enfoylrc nJulr the Ih 11 wud eeil in the hhndes hnI of a I iichurha Christian ChristianchunOi nulliln nullilnchlrdl
chunOi chlrdl Th liut wind 1111111 did not cluing < 1 Ilie lb llrn f swept sweptHi MwepttIe 1pl 1plII
Hi II way I to tlw I lIt water tter Ir front Int levelling Ivllnl Hverylhlnir HverylhlnirAnd Trlhln rtIuhtit rtIuhtitunit
And 101 then died out 011 nnd nl tho Ih notle 1 of I honolulu Ilnnoluluwere honoluluwere onulull
were r tD ahlej Ihl in t turn their < nltentinii 11li1 to the great IrMllnk IrMllnkl rent tn ItMk ItMkf > k kof
of l l lo IIJkIfl > klng kll niter nlr tin Ih victims lr nf r the Ih Ii rnnflagratinu rnnflagratinuIt III1rlol
It 1M ai it n Httithtid us ui in uuifrtokt iertnklne zt to provid providfor uyi rwll rwllfor uti utiI
for 1 all and an nt nllh tin MIII Mi liul tOt mir to keep I nl nIl hiinrnel hiinrnelIn
1
I In I n by ft ci < I iiarntiini Ilrl tt3t 0 I j n nt I ° N < n nu cniild 1111 hwk aftr aftrtliem nNIhemlnl eftrthernwvuu
tliem Ihemlnl thernwvuu < > lTi nhilu 011 n bib u urId uurlud rdiil in an 11 enrlusure Jy Jymillwry t tI
I millwry Ifnnoi11 Innul11 row rI ro to th t ooci 1 eripr im wlh wlhthe lh
1 the mlllrT 11 en enerrs nr rrv of I a 1 n American llrkll Inurtuo it cmnnitinitjr i rmlnl bout nity ship iheresults Ihr Ihrrt
1 results of the vry energy nrI iWrg nre M now fli ilteil dtln ns q ir Ir trwuf trwuftht nif nifthnt
thnt rt tho Ih inole t oul ijr flI Oi u is planned 11111 l foriliind lsforuhuinuli foriliindThnt ror1 011 011Til
i Thnt Til ft I 1 nelir hitill h uuII 1 hnve l 11 tkofl en found rOlwl f uitiil lifom lifomthe hfoiuthe fol folIh
the Ih Um tIme ofix ilietr 1 tur irirt rs s and 111 that 1t ni 1 n nmpel eve eveliw T Tnl
liw nl lm meal m11 KI 1Ihl u > III uulut ami 11 ni it 11 I Is lie I Ii supplied 1II1 toeterv toetervlidmilual 10 10ITIIJI ry ryiut1ihuUi
lidmilual iut1ihuUi ITIIJI fIr f II t lie lI r VIMKI It iii prnvis I trs evrii 11 to I 0 ilie 11 I Ie minds mindsof ni inI inIof i icut
of some om of 0 Ihe t t Ii intelligent i ntlilt ii tel I utit nnd 011 ii ut cducnted llcnt1 Chin ChinIDc hlnere hlnerennd kit kitcud
cud IDc Japanesi Hint Ilnt tin tl i ctttlnrntitn ollnrltllo nincrntion was wn n z pnrt pnrtof tuortI tuortorogrnnunuu
of 0 a I tirogrnninio tOlrlml t 10 r rot < d Ihe I town tlO t piairue 111 and 111
that hnllrnftln arrnnir rruunituetttu ineiitj < to fucu epil the tieople n tsr re r lngiin
I before tlorp tho Ihl fir Th h real explanation n ihtitiuuti nlnliln < In 1111 lii liiI li
Intense 1111 tnteri Piclltmnt 11rlInl of ul 1 Mi 11 Ii ncrnKlun n I III ilie Ih tlinrnngli tlinrnnglierousinit lilrollli lilrollliIrOIS tliutntiiieronsing I
I erousinit IrOIS of every vpr ntim in n the Ih tIon puy exni exnion
LI1 LI1on
I on nvery hnml Mlo dy h the II iti struggling IJIIl i rnnssiiiii < 11 of
tired tlro rngg rn I1 d refuiees L and Inlllh 11 it the 1111 tevt art lhat Hollo
I lulu 1111 lit 1 naturally ftlrnl n vrv Tr cjoivratixe 1 c uuturOtiu Irnll and Inlllr1 Inlllr1UnIIUllr liNril liNrilcommunity IiIrtltunifltUflht Jn
community UnIIUllr tunifltUflht Vnlunterrs oluutitr nimi 111 tm forward rtnr1 from fromev friumevr3 m mTe
ev evr3 Te ry nidi lil IIIII and Ind everv Or r hiisinM IJIil houso huoui ll np IpI nrrel4 > eslKt
to via HI ready rII to 1 wrerMlilttg v ° r tliIri that wns w wo In II Its Itspower 1t9ower
power ower In Out nr 01 I irlng rll th pngres of f the th lire lirerltl fir fireltlnnq I
rltl dlrn eltlnnq ens of all ni s wrts rtj rt lent their Plrs tnergles nrll trgju 10 II Ir pull
hose ho form hurkft hl 1 hngnil hnlII < < or tear nr tinivn uuvfl 111
liilllillngs hlilnl hef hIr re ilames Ilnll ii it tnoi niihl u 111 lay In I n hold hunt if I th Ihm t oon in
On of tho nrietis 1Iw f th I ti day 11 ta I ich exiie exiieutormi
utormi Iorm of tAiigliiir in n nil 11 iii h 1 > jl enin t coil hot
toll tol was oe t1i IFhlr1 dragging urn 11110 ug of 0 if n haml bl In tuul iir 1 i r j > niiy u liii Iir hy I a 1 iieitttng
leaillng clirg rJr imii n mu shaft aini u
1111 111 I shll t nn Jn fl pqnallv pqnallvwell PuttialIvwell
well I known 1t1 iln tt 1 i eier tur r ai n I ili t Ii > ther h r llllv llllvI lloh llohen lti h hel
111
J en apir npIroI lnt l tit h huninr 1111 of the II Ilu tiling Ilujuu Ilujuuiitwnihit hil
Kitwaiihiv IIIh Chin l hlrd hurh > h is ih I nun nn In II which the Ihomnln r rmrilns TA TATrnlflA
mrilns of 0 the lIt h lute Ilto Imres 11 Irn Kiiiilani 111111111 lay Ia In slat slnleIt sn
It I Is II I for natives nll nAtI aivl 11 its I services SfI ate nr In the Ih Ian Iangitar 111 tartgrtar
gitar lnlA of 0 Ihe Knimkn n n 1 jenrs n ijrq II I hts ha plnyml plnymliihlstorlcnl Tl03dft
hIstorical 1 ft hlstortl part i r in I ii II 11nI11 I I > ril ri I ulna iii ii n nil 11 memorial I ston stonof ton s scf
cf 0 several Trl d ulat l ineriiiMrs iuini 1 h tuti of I llnnnlis Inwni I royal rn I family familynreatxivea li famil familareatsuviur
nreatxivea Aell n nniiliT < f iistiew ti Iri TuoW It hnsseen I many manyremarkahl mllY mllYrIMlllo manyteniittknhlu mil
remarkahl rIMlllo gniliniiirs ga I Imt I nnnii Inl > o strange < tlnl lTn as asthat n nIhll aMthat
that Ihll of the Ih tb nJLh1 noh i the Iii h ppni ruit I lire Ir nr When on Till TillrlfM TIl
rlfM t4L l e correm iitrd U just JIt j tit nfter IIr fl fler tin II t lit tlnmes tlnmesof
of l Chlnftliwti tu liml 11 mividiMl nin vu a 1 fi f tv 1 smoiilderintr smoiilderintrcentres Mrnuuuikleiricentreq mllllrlnl Inl
centres frnl thin hl wn i Imrn hlf I r several ilayi Inr rj Ihe IheInterior thAInlrlo lb
Interior Inlrlo nl II I I I i Mirh tu ii r lu uni ti n < pncljed nrl pJ galltrr nlv and andnil 111 111ni atiulcli
nil ni with wih Chinese Chil Iuiniu mi ii i lnpane nlll > i > Mnmcn wuure and Ilil chit
dnn In th I ru iislpi I 11 i as ihe Ih I tuu Chinesn chI h ine toinui toinuiwearing tuuti rhl iii iiiwuarln
wearing wuarln rln the Ih liriliantly I r a Ii II rInred it rostume uuuut llm Ufli hat 1111 I ol lJ Is I
familiar fmlllr In I lli II > ii l < ilii t 111 < mle Me Ir was W simply simplywatching urItriuIywtchIni
illv illvalchln
watching alchln the th NIMH HI te t n MId dlstresslm seen He Heannounced I If Ifannotinceul
announced nnmmr his > nnli nntln > n to ernmiinlrati i IIIIt > with withthe withthe h hIhn
the Hawaiian 1111 Minister IIII nf r furegfl rfien Affairs IfJr regard 11101
low IcR the Ihlrlt t he treatment NI of 0 his hi countrymen rlllIn fill Ill ryt nefl
The h women Mitt in 0 the h < walked
1 t ws If or r up lp and andflown 111
flown 101 iowti theaislis Ih uuiti h trying IrlnR trln tu oromfori rnrn hungry hln babies hto
All classes ire together The Th h illrlr Ihl
l rIl I Ilhr Ill IIrn1 IIrn1omn tildaul tildaulwomen clail clailwomen
women of th mest w ql 1 ranks ran nl ai 1 a itt I hv h side Id tu1e with withfforgeously wIthynrieouiuty
lh lhlorol
fforgeously lorol l iiitired Il I I teut wom wnlOI wnhiti n whose imredlMy I tired I II y small
feil 1 had mal ma 1 every on rl nf d their t h F wnlk t utlk 11 nn n Ii evident evidentInrtttrn rtileti mnl I Itrutlurut
Thse TIu h fee I Ic hnd h I HIOlt HIOltInrlmA
Inrtttrn hll it never ton touthiuI old1 < I ri srP srPIxsfort sl reel
Ixsfort hcfoo and pmlmliv prtiat hnh never Ir tiet ir willniraiii wi will agnhti 1nll Families Familieswere IamIlIweT nmilol
were r sepnrateil > i I I nmilirs h riot mn frnnllc fnllr senrch ond nh
forchlldren fochil for chill I rn Th I II h i i > iv tli 1 ii tl ewerenveriil wr eruI
thousand men ln rtI tl n 11 Oiiit mimic Ifltull nl11 tliem Ihl miiHt 111 I Itheir hE
their husbands lohlnl i ii v < I I t iTs rs Imt 111 all 11 Hie Ih I ft ftenut iinnicn iinnicnnnd
lnln lnlnIn1
nnd In1 children hlr wer inile Sitn m nf I the Ih women wup wupatenit m mallnil
allnil atenit > tnndnept wept 11 ihr h > IIH I d lie h u Imracterlsliisinirlsni 111 crI
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of Asia alt ll iien ruet l rtihIv i 0 wait for
1
what hnl was wa 1 enilnT o nin il Whsi t tb thousand Ihillonn1 wnl while whilewomen whl whIlewotilen
women omn nnd 111 It nut tuiti hii ha h into 11 ut ti a 1 vast t t enuitv enuitvChurch i ichurchall
Church cburrh11 churchall all lllinirr hll fir li t ple llr luau nn tin onlv onlvcburrh11 0 Ilhl tuuiul h
day 01 neal 11 and 11 vitlioni nn ncrsrent nnsimrt nnsimrtofabed luuEctof
ofabed 0 of 1 a td bd nhnMwihii w who h lW I iid ini iTuiiuitn Illnrrnt iranorrng1ish nn nr Tncluh
women wor on wnnll wOlld i < I uinlor t lik II jk Iiniinistunces irtiruuune lr rnh rnhwor Is I hint hnl
to Sl Ma < ay but hit hre ll > Tmiiv rin I I more 1 noisu noisuamong Inls Inlsa101 tliSiJantnti
among a101 antnti them lir t nv n rrinv I n t fnr ha Olin etiHement e ii tment
Heir 11 the Ih I he < iciitinnlH en Tru 0 lM if 1 ihe I h Ito rhiirch dllrh thu it nuh had hn 1 l en
Inside Inll two 100 h 1I rs fcuxl I IHIMH I Iwj i in I nrnve n g Trle Creat q rent 1
baskets hl k of rice fr Tic halls h1n ivirh lh i ti ball hln nliout hnll us r Mi hit lronl AN nn nnnrnng In Intlnn itotrane
nrnng tlnn and Inl it nil liavinc hnlI Ira tIn r < n ulum i ii flu in 11 he h midlle 1101 tn II II were ueeruh
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than thaIlI hl < Hi l > tvira w re ever 0 ililc 111 tu provide run for llwnnlvcs tlc tliiiiitteu bl
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and ad they lire It In I cleaner rlal more mor comfortable robl quarters quartersthan qur qurIha qutersthan
than Iha th most mOI f of them 111 ev enr eve l occupied oupi before bfo They Theyare Th ThIr Theyare
are Ir th the wants of the Ihlmmunly community and until they Ihl am amturned a alunrn aretuzuediritje
turned lunrn tuzuediritje t lone to 14 look after Altr themwives Ibt h on they Ib ar arable Arl Arlabl are areable
able abl and nd Ui Ii t rtlapue rlnr Into Inl the Ihl state al ol ollh Illth most mOI nf nfthem itthitn I
them love toy they Ib will 1 be kept clean d 1 and ant healthy healthyAlter halh halhtr healthAttn
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A imiibreedlng lhl lbrUnr spot pcrt 1 Itkn Ik Ilk the Ih one tn Just IUI cleaasisl cleaasislby ro roby cIranwdby
by flM uilglur ludAlul by public plbl wntlmont nllwnl1 at present presentIt pI1
It tr Is L 1 Ui U tht unanimous InnllU uplnlon plliln of I the whIte ll rare rarehere rl raceIrer
here Irer 1 that Ihll the Ih flu fu WON M a lucky Iud a thing thln tut cotilil cotililhave rlid rlidble cutilulliMe
have ble Ir happened hAPIt It 1 destroyed 1lny1 > rotween lwH Moootnw MoootnwIn 3 IJIN IJINAnl ItiOlitli ItiOlitlicoil
coil IINNINI INilUC worth fnh U of pfrl property 111 anti II lIl rI1 eult eultIii
In litigation and heavy eipeiiNen In for years are r lo 1 mine mine1ml clOneIit n nulll
1ml hIIUIU ulll It IIAN wl WIIuEuI 11 11 d nut UII a part Inr iart nf the city fl close cu to Ii Inn InnlitisiueHS Ih thehititititss
litisiueHS centre nlr which Ileh alwlutely alesurlttlel no In other agency agencyniuld ageiuiYE4101u1 nr7 nr7ull
niuld hnve hl made nld lit II for habllallun hnblUon In rewonahlj rewonahljtime reaaorisrble reaaorisrblellrtie ocnll ocnll11mto
time 11mto ull If I at II all U Already lrMY it I appears IIU to havestopped havestoppedthe lv have loPI tupprd tupprdthe
the 11 progress Iroies of utthe Ihe plague plagueAT plniu pIaucb
AT b 7 MIRI ItA 4 I ft i II itirnn Illfll CHAXSKLII CHAXSKLIIfihlpiiivnrrsnthenr CU4 NFL NFLIhl tL tLMtIpicl4lirI
fihlpiiivnrrsnthenr Ihl MtIpicl4lirI of Uh the OrLa GratLSs nlIaksAik Ak Improve Improvelumits huprn Inprnveinisirti
lumits 11 tt I > eat Four our to 1051 Sit Millions MillionsvVtMiiNOTOs MillIonWittttflTO lllun lllunW
W vVtMiiNOTOs 4 INGTOS Feb 17Uepros 1lepontnUel 17iteprontate ntatlves of ofthe 01Ihe ofthe
the principal prlnlPl1 shlpowulng comranle comlfnl < of the theOrcnt tie tieOunl theUunt
Orcnt Lakes Ln I made an 11 appeal IPp1 today 10dl7 before bllore the theHouse Ihel lbshlotiess
House l < u Corumltteu Commlt on Rivers nvr and Harbors larbor for a afurther aIlriher afurther
further Ilriher Improvement of thu channels of the St StMarys Ht StMterysi
Marys lllver 11lr between blwten Lake Iak Superior Buperl < r and andHuron andluron andhlurAn
Huron luron to cot from 14tO 4000000 to 0000000 VJ000000They 0000000Tlioy UOo
They urn unit the construction conlruclon of a 21foot 21footchannvl 21fot 21fotclllo1 21tootall
channvl clllo1 all nl through and a duplicate duplcII for a apart aI artt
part I Mt > of tha Iht way Wlr on either It her sldeof tldlor NobUh Island Islsndan Ilan Ilanal <
of the theold U Uh thsout
Improvement
an well el m f the Immedlato Inprotmnt
old h channel chlll through LnKe ll Lai e Onorg OorlI to prevent preventrolllftlon preventcolIIeion
rolllftlon 111101 Iii li those pn rnUIr pnesagte sigos They also asked askedthat ukedtll askedthat
that tll a 1 part Plrt of thu Ih UOtot 4000000 to 0000000 0000 be beslant beInl becleat
slant In Improving ImrOlnl the Ih old lock at the Soo Sooihlp Hoohlp Soohlp
ihlp hlp canal calol The delegation dloltoD also ailo askod that thattho IhatIh thatthe
the Ih Government oormnt widen the ship hlp canal abovo abovotha abvo abvotie abnvothe
the tie luck and nt enlarge It otherwise otherwiseCol olherlsCot
Col Cot Lydeekernt IJIcker nl nftlio the Corps cJ rpnot of Army Arm Fnglneere Fnglneeresaid EDllner EDllnersaid
said It would take four years tau to complete the theImprovement theImlr theImirovemente
Improvement Imlr < er lt When completed rllletd It Itwould would give giveJl gly
Jl 1 ftct from Duluth fululh to Detroit DetroitHarvny Dtrolt Detroit1hftrtHy
Harvny Iu 1 DOoulder D Oouldor general Ienr counsel counal of the theIaks theJ3k the1aku
Iaks Carriers Ansoclatlon Anocllton said 11 the Canadian Canadianshlccanul Cinadiol Cinadiolnhllconul Canadianahipcnnul
shlccanul nhllconul wssth Wi was th tbe only out thing Ihlnl that had ht saved savedthe I savedtha vet
the American ArorlAn shipping llpplna through the Boo lllver lllverfor Ilv Ilvfor Itiverfor
for thE UH past 11101 year or two Otherwise tre tremendous tree tree1ndu treziiundrtue ¬
mendous 1ndu looses IOte from delays 1la7 would have re resulted rt resiiitd ¬
sulted In n four or five nV yearn YOlr tho present presentfacilities lureestatfncllits4 tont tontfaclti
facilities 11 < would be b entirely nUre outgrown and Ind h hurged hlp1 he hetirgeul
urged faclti lp1 that the money now 10W appropriated IllrprlIe < for forKoo forSot
Sot Itlver and still unexpended ninountlng to toabout 10uhQUI toatrout
about 0 111er illuuUX 1oUllt 1I0UtiOJ nno II bo uDIXfnoIRl used II I at I onco OICn mounlnl In II pushing pushingthe pu pushingtire hlnl
the Ih plans planl now proposed M It I ttwouirl would wow18avo save a year yearIn yearin eor eorIn
In tfmo Next winter he its I would ask the coin coinniltteu comUlt coinmltte
niltteu Ult lmo tn t Ii put pii the tl project nn fn u I continuous contnuot con contract conIract eontract ¬
tract tas keels In order that It might mhrlt move along alongwithout alonrwlhnut alongwIthout
without t81 forloiis sorlltolnlrpnloD Intervention ordolny ordolnyCol or dolRr dolRrCoi dolayCot
wlhnut Cot Lyilecker lyldle United UnIIAt States SittO Army the en engineer enKIIr engIntr ¬
gineer KIIr ortloer orlcr In charge Ihr of Inko IIku Improvompnts ImprovompntstoU Improvolcnt
told th tire Ioinnilttee cOlnrll that he h would hare hu ready a areport arIol arNrinrt
report rIol and speculations on these Ihle proevtn for forth forIh forIii
th Detroit Helrlil Klvtr Hvr and fnd the Hoo dome Imo time IU In InMarch II I Iutitrcht
March Irch He le acknowledged ICklfldod that the suppose supposeconiplotlon IuppAu1 euppos eupposcuitiiottofl
coniplotlon of ttu Ih < Jlfoot channul In Detroit DetroitItlver lelrll lelrllIIN Detrottltlver
01 Itlver IIN ploton had not proved pronllroe true but Iut said ald there Ihlre was wasenough WMnollh waatiotiitlt
enough nollh money mon on hand tocontlnua to contnuo deepening deepeningand de nlnf
and nll ann widening wlloulnl the t chanuel chlnuel during dlrlll the next nextyearM IOU IOUp noltsnrsothutt
yearM snrsothutt > that no further lu rhr appropriation would wouldlie wou11rUlnrl
lie necewarr rUlnrl p at ft this Ihllm time The 1 1 h channel through throughthat throth throththai throttijhthat
that rlvor when completed according locordlul to ures urespiitplitnn Ireaetut r retl
piitplitnn etl etut p115th Iln would oul be b HOW t1 feet wide 111 and lnl 1 feet feetdeep feetdetptoeItOtT lsl lsl1cp
deep detptoeItOtT celt off ot Amherstburg Amh8rlburl where whtrethe the Cane CanadlnnH CaDI CanedIane
dIane tint lIlotolPtd stopped him from dredging dr lnl too near neartheir nln ntrartltulr
their < imH hank rind Ind tutu th channel chlnnul could < only be iA 600 600feet cw cwrd 500rEt
11lr feet wide llh He added that a survey had hat been beeniiisde beenIIBII beeniiriIe
le
iiisde IIBII for another Ht Clhlr CJlir istIr Flats 111 canal eanalThe oanallhu canal1hst
The committee practically naeUcal assured M8lttd the Car Carrl Carrl Carrlrurn
lhu commllt
rl rlrurn M that means mels would woulJ be found to 0 divert divertUx0 dIvort dIvortUUO divertlutQ5I
UUO Ux0 lutQ5I < i of ofthe the Ihl money moncyon on hand for Hog HOI Uo Lake LakeChannel lakeClutunel fkl
Channel Koo River to clearing out Ul the Ihl old oldchannel oldchlnnol oldchannul
channel chlnnol through Jr Lake Jak George OtlrlO so that upbound upboundbnnt up upboiinrlbnats ol1 ol1bnl
bnnt could olid use I that route rlul when WhAI running runnlnlllh light lightand llithtand
and ald lessen the th danger of collisions collisionsTO colllon colllonTO collIsIonTo
TO PRU31UTK lnUlUrr 1JlUVU GUN 01 COKRIN COKRINnil COlN COlNnm CORI3ZNutli
nil nm to Mali Him 11m a MAjorOineral IJorOeoeral and andRctlr aD4nlr 4 4flctlr
Rctlr nlr Shafter Shafle With Wih the Ih Same 5wl Bank BankVi8HiNOTON nnkW RankWiu1NoTow
Vi8HiNOTON W lWON Feb 17A bill bi providing provldlDI for forthe forhe forthe
the he appointment Ippolnlment of chaplains chotJlnA In the army armyand arm arm1M armyan4
and 1M the tll elovatlon elovaloD of the AdjutantGeneral AhulllGenerl of ofthe atIhl ofthe
the Ihl army from the UI rank of BrigadierGeneral BrigadierGeneralto DrlladlrOenrl
to tothe the th rank and pay PIY of a MajorGeneral llorOMrI was wasIntroduced w wInlroducet wuIntroduced I
Introduced Inlroducet today tola lu the Housi 10Uhl by llepre llepreeentatlve 1lre 1lrelentatlvl Bepresentative
eentatlve lentatlvl Hull Hul of Iowa 10Ia chairman chlirman of the Ih MIll Military 11 MIlltart ¬ I
tart Committed Comtltl The Th bill bi Is I entitled enttld A bill bi to toprovide 10provlte toprovide I
provlte provide u I chaplain chltlaln for each ech regiment rellmat ID 11 the theUnited IheUDIled theUnited
United Status servIce and Ind for other olhtr purposes purposesIt purp ta taI
It I In t In three Ihrte unctions dclon the lint Url authorizing authorizingthu aUlhorzD aUlhorzDth
Chaplain for each eachregiment eachrerlmnt eachregiment
thu th President lrllnl tn appoint a CIIlalu
regiment In the service letlel The Th position alton of post postChaplain psl pslChplD postChaplan
Chaplain IK 1r to be abolished nbtlah d and orll provision proviloo Is Ismade I Imde Ismade
made for or the assignment of postCnsplaln to toregiments t torogtnente
regiments rOIlllt All Al Chaplains must be b examined examinedmentally namlDP xamtndmeotelly
mentally Dtlal and IDd phrMcslly lhlICII before appointment appointmentasd oPlnlteut oPlnlteutIh1
all Ih1 until be not 101 over a > > yearn velr of age ageThe ageTIre
The second IOCODI section authorIzers IllhorlzG tli the le leThe President Presidentto
ecton
to select from the retired relrt lletot llt lid of the Ih army arm an anofficer anolclr anofllcer
officer not 101 above Ibov the rank of BrigadierGen BrigadierGeneral rlilllrrOtD rlilllrrOtDral ¬
eral olclr ral who may have hlvl distinguished 1 lnlnlheol himself hllalf dur during tlr tlrIn rum rumini ¬
ing In the Ih war with llh ttpnln tillD in command cUDIDlnd of a epa separate eepar3te eparle ¬
rate rle army and to appoint 1flnt by and with wih Inn Innadvice thf hit hitailvies
advice ohlc and content of n the Ih Senate Henlle the Ihe oflloer onoer HO HOH soselscteui 0 0Icle1
H selscteui lected lnt tn be Maor0inoril C H A with llh the thepayandnllowanctfestublliih lh lhplY theliar
payandnllowanctfestublliih plY liar and Alowlnce sllowancea etittuiIsIid tlhl hed d bylaw bv lalt law for of ofUsers ofUceu offlaers
Int
Users of that grade rle on the retired list IIt The Th pur purpose purhose ¬
pose of this section Into b I 10 authorize lulhorlze the Iht Preel Presllent PreelInt Preeldent
lent to retire Rectnn ten ltn Shatter with lh the Ih rank rlDk of ofMajorUtttieral ofruajortetieral r rIIJorteleral
MajorUtttieral IIJorteleral rttro Gen Bhafter thaler has ha been b on re retired reo reoIrd retIred ¬
tired from the Ih Hegular army alY with the rank ran of oflirlgadlrrOenuMi orlrlal of1irIgatIcrOnuirat
Ird lirlgadlrrOenuMi lrlal f IHO D leull but I In still etiin In active Icllvo service servicea ser Ice Iceat
a at a MajorGeneral of volunteers volunteernTim volunteersThiit olunteerl
Tim Tht 1JorlnT last section llclon provles that after Iler the thepassage Ih IhInMale thetnace
passage of the thi Mil tlllo first AdjutantGeneral AdJullnlll nrAI of the thearmy Ihearmy thearmy
army InMale hnll bnl tl have the rank Day av and allowances allowancesof aloance aloanceof
of a MajorGeneral lajorOenoral Should tho 11 bill bi become becomaa tlcoml
I <
a law AdjtGen AdjlIAn Corbin will wi become bcome a aMajorGoneral AljorGonHallnt aMajorGoneral
MajorGoneral ljorGonHallnt and retire reU with that rank rankMXNKtt rnk11O rank1NUff
MXNKtt 11O U AT 4 THK Tl iii WHITS II IITE 11ODSK 11ODSKThe 10U5 10U5The liOUSLThe
The IreslrtPnt Olvri 01 One Oi In Honor lonor of the theIlitllpplnei Ihl theIhillpplnes
Ilitllpplnei Ihllppinu toiumliiloneri toiumliiloneriWiRnixiiTOX CumlulonrlWA CorntuluaIonrriWiti1ttxGTo
WiRnixiiTOX WA TO Feb llb F eb 17 1Ir 17President President Itnt McKInley McKlnleyfonlght McKInleytonlght cKlnle cKlnletonlth
fonlght tonlth gave Ia a dinner olnnr In honor of the Philip Philippines Philp Philpplats PhilIpblues ¬
pines Commissioners Cmmisioner and Judge Taft Tal of Cincin Cincinnati ClnclDrnl Cincintall ¬
tall rnl who U I to be the President Iresllent of the tii new newjommlcslon newolml newotumieeiOn
jommlcslon olml lon The Tlo guest uesh Included the memo members memobprs momhers ¬
hers bprs of tf the Cabinet and prominent members meob rs of ofthe orthe oftIme
the House 1010 and eon Senate Heln Following olowlni Is a list of oftho orIho oftho
tho guests guestsTho lucstq guesstsTIme I Iho
TIme ho Speaker Hp akor of time House 10u the hut Secretary Secrtlar of ofWar ofWnr ofWar
War the AttorneyGeneral lomeyGenornl the Postmaster PostmasterGeneral lo Ioetmtmsterieneral tmasler tmaslercnernl
General tho Secretary crlary of the Navy aV the Secre Secretary 8ecrelary Secretary ¬
tary of the Ihl Interior Judge JuolJo William Wlllm II I Taft TaftDr Tal Taftlr
Dr Jacob Gould llld tSchurmun tchurmln Admiral JJowcy JJowcyCol UICY UICYCui JtwoyCurl
Curl CharltM Denby 11lby Prof Jro Daniel 0 Worcester WorcesterSenators Worceslf VoreestnrSetititori
Senators uulor1 AIIUou 1101 Morguii 31 0 ll Ilatt Ilal of Con Connoctltiit Connccllclt Connecitetit
noctltiit nccllclt Aldrlch I Id < rich Lodge LndI rl TurllY Turley Prltchard Prltchardllurrown Prllchlrl PrllchlrlJurrOM Priteharrilturrowe
llurrown Hewell IH Wolcolt oleolt Spooner llo 1108 Itoastrimut s sinul
inul JurrOM luiboraou 1 I ltepre ItsrpresotmttIves ontatlves Cannon CannonHltt CannonIIltt
Hltt Payne Grosvetior Hopkins Dalull DalullHepburn 1nI701l1IpbIiTII haloilltopbiirii
Hepburn Lnud MeCall Maddox Henry A AI
I ooper o < Ir Wadswnrth Wnlworthl S Cousins William H HMoody 11loJdy IIMrody
Moody Henry D I layton Lnndls tunII Mbley Mbleylioboit < 1 IbieyItohert bIer bIerIInholl
lioboit L I Henry Heatwole and Dick the lion HonJohn lionjolrti
John A Kusou lh Iht hut lion William Whiting S hltln tiltIng of ofMassachusetts of11Iachu ofMrtsacIiusett
Massachusetts 11Iachu elt the Ih Hon Charles H Allen AllenAssistant lIen lIentMlnul IleimAlsienI
Assistant tMlnul Secretary clotllr of the Ih Navy Iy Assistant AssistantKeentary AeIluntlIcrlIIUY AseistantItscritary
Keentary Cortelrou < Mr Ir John It MacArthur MacArthurand
and Mr Charles M I 1eppor 1epporMACRVUH IBIIorACRUUj
MACRVUH 114 CRt7US CIIAROKH CIIAROKHConiul JIARGIrConlul 114 11 GK GKConsul
Consul Hay JIll Directed tn Investigate Them Themnnil Thsnaitliii
nnil 1 Be Report port by b Telegraph TelegraphWAsniNniox TeleKrphWAnl TelegraphWAanucIry
WAsniNniox WAnl GToN Feb 17 17101J0IYIDIr Following It Its action actionof
of ye 1I8tnrdllY tnrday In arranging for an unofficial unomclallnlulr7 In Iniiuiry inutulry
lulr7 iiuiry Into the charges of exConsul nCon ul Macrum Macrumthat Macrumthat llIcrumthnt
that the Drltlsh censor eetmeorttt at Durban had opened openedand oleDdanol opendansi
and read r ad his hI oRlclal mall the lit titate Depart Department Departmenl Departriment ¬
ment today decided to secure Information on ontlm 00Iltl onthe
the subject nbjCCI In the quickest ulckll 1 and most direct directway dIrectwtiv
way 0111111 and ann to lolhll that end n telegraphed to tu Adelbert AdelbertS eiliert eiliertIi
S liny Ii ii V tliilod t ti I Intl states itat IBll en Consul ConuIRI I nt 1rntorK to In InviStlgntu IIIv Ittritltuttus
viStlgntu v hult Mr Ir MavrumM Iocrum allegatlonH Mr Ir Hay Haywas IIIlYva liarSii4
was va Instructed to report Iort l Iy > y telegraph as Hillon Hillonn soon soonRH iuiurmias
RH n possible As o the denpulches which Mr MrMuttmi 31rlallurn MrMit
Muttmi Mit Utti iiayn IIYA were re road by II the censor are part partof fuIof irartof
of tin records recori of tire Pretoria consulate nnd nndnot arurtnot 101 101nllt
not the tnrxnnal 1rHol1l1llroprIS property of Mr Ir Macrum nn nnixiintniilliin IInxltnulltl enutflYtltitiurtm
ixiintniilliin xltnulltl < n of I if the h Ulen tll Is considered hy h titus thnDepartuiuiit tll tllIhlartlllllllt titushiarttturiuit
Departuiuiit ufflclali as the quicker method of ofutttlnuatthe rfiittlni
utttlnuatthe 1111111 at II thu faa la In the iase ca Mr Ir Macrum Macrumhas MacruntIran Icrumhll
has hll nut 111111111 tir it filed II lurI his hi I it i charges char c with wit hi the he Department Departmentand Depart Tntit Tntitand
IInl and the Investigation Is 1Ilh the list result r sllit of his hl mat matmmt slllh1II iitatC iitatCtnnt
mmt 1II lIt tn tina Ih newcpapers newcpapersArrested n rtrwiaiuorsAristoit w Ialler8 Ialler8Anp1
Arrested for Libelling Kenittnr Tillnferro TillnferroWASHINOTOX TlIAfroWUIIIfOT01 TtlIitterroVASItINrITON
WASHINOTOX < Feb 17Jay 0 Holland 1I0IlandI0 1I0IlandI0ytnrlt UO UOyears 30years
years old whiha whit hl1Y iays > H he hol Is a citizen cltlz n of if Jackson Jacksonville JacksonvillI JacksonIlie ¬
ville Ilie Kin was 111 nrreittd rrrlellat lastnvenlnc lact ovsnlnic nllll on a war warrant tarrllnl tearrunt ¬
rant charging him with crlmlnnl libel against againstSenator alroln aialnatSenator t tHenlllor
Senator James P I Tallalerro of Florida Tho Thowarrant Thuwitrriitmt
warrant rrllnl wa ITh sworn orn our by Joseph Jo eph W Haddock Haddockalsiof lIaldockal lfaiIdcktll4i
alsiof al tll4i 0 of Jacksonville Jrrc oaIU who U I a messenger mcn lr In the theSenate Ihenal timeiitlitr
Senate nal fill 1 hit warrant charges Holland with lfh
Imvitu published IuIII it iiifamutury article agalnit agalnittinSenator
tinSenator lilt lit ultttrr tur on I uJ Fed 1 I I 11 I l In the Ih t lit Arir ti rk urk Jour Journal Iou IourI ¬
nal I htMiewsmpir publication charged < l that thatMajor Ihat111J thatl
Major 111J l iijir 1fl Vs li i lUiiier HIIo ht ti r of thus 110 Army rio I had hallIniltlV uniiiw rut tiw
lullyilis lullJ tUIlYitIMirtI 111 > < ed 1 of I lriiKiOpiiunils riss oJ 10HInI ArlllT of 0 Government
liiiponnnd I itterin IIn1 H nut that I mItt th t Ii olllcr ifltc r the Ihll SfniiMrandone SfniiMrandoneother tniitir nllr aDl a tid ono onojlhlr oneother
other persoi > Wshu vrt h i to I divide tIn profits profitsllatllethlp IrotllsIIWhlp profitsIttittleehip
llatllethlp Krntnrk KeitlrtCkt will lln II Coinpleteit CoinpleteitApril omplt1Ilrlt niuplrteittiirll
April Ilrlt IS ISWAHIIINOTUS IIIAHIIINOTU1 I IVsaitlnrLrN
WAHIIINOTUS AHIIINOTU1 < Feb clr 17Th n The general neral inspect Inspector IDspeoIr inspectfor ¬
for of the battleship l Kmtucky Jinlul lit t Newport NewportNews iwpOrttWC eIYPort eIYPort1W
News 1W tWC Vn 11 t has reported to the Navy iav Ditart Ditartineiit 11 art arttitent
ineiit that Ihlllh the 1 vessel v 1 will te b bu ready rrud lo place 11 0 In IncciniinlMlui InetrnitnIeiuiii
cciniinlMlui on April Jrlll tinil I 15 The Th Uerartrnviit tJrilrlmellt tins linsnot hn hnlIut tinsnot
not hiivruviir hwOl lIr set elllllr any date III forconimis for conlllll 000IltrIMelormitig ioninu
her Ii r The I h lit lattleshlp h iiittt Issii hl I tr hearsarge lIoU rers < lIro rgu sister r hhlpof Ioip li I tr 01
the lhi Kentuckyanil Iilnluck 1101 built ivuo
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ut Xiiwiort IIoort NHWH NHWHwill rws rwswIll I Iwill
will he It tur placed lulln In cuimnMInn on Kelt h its t 0 Tin Thj Th
Chief tWruaor t urr utistructor truetor of the I tIi Navy IVY praested jr rteMt tIt I Iaicuilnet
against 1I1l1l1n 1 pl 1laclnlC clng her In tommlmlon HO soeutrtendtiric soon sooncontending Boon BoonCOIIIlndllllC
contending that eho ho wnultl not 11 1 be rvudr for forMrylce lor t tstrvlest
Mrylce strvlest nlc iinlll April but the Ih Department I ha tiC ai
decided d cled not to postpone tlig coreniuny I I
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OLD COACH CONCERN FAILS FAILSAttttOTTnOWHISO FAnSAIIDOnDONUW FAILS41r130T2DOWNIX
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AttttOTTnOWHISO COUPAJtf or COy COXCOHD COyCOIlD COYcony
COHD X II OOKS DOITf DOITfIt DOVJ
It Was W th the Oldit Old CarrIer Manulattory In Inthe laIh Inttms
the Ih United Stnlrelti Concord Coaches CoachesKnnwu Cocb CocbHnnw CoachesKnowti
Knnwu All Ov Over r tli the WiirldTh Ta Tauuui 1 1laUU Ytauus
uuui Deadwood Coach Built There ThereCONCOKD TherCONCORD ThereCoNcoRD
CONCORD N NII I U Fob b17Ata 17At a meeting meetinKoftbe meetinKoftbeDlrectorA of the theDirectors theDirectors
Directors of the AbbotDowning Company to today todarlt todimyit ¬
day darlt It was as voted to make an assignment neetgnmenttoAbbot to toAbbot toAbbot
Abbot Treadwell of this Ihl city ell and Gerald < raM Wy Wyman W WmaB WYman
man of Boston for the Ih benefit of the creditors creditorsNo credllorSo
No cause U I given tor the assignment assignmentAssignee aIiumentAS assIgnmentAssIgnee
AS Assignee lanOd Treadwolt says a the liabilities liabilitiesof lIabllUleor
of the company aro 1200000 and the thenominal thenominal th thnomlttal
nominal assets itlOOOOO The busIness wa waoriginated wu wuorlllnated weaorigInated
originated by Lewis Downing In 1813 and U Uthe 18Ih iithe
the Ih oldest carriage factory In the United Un lied States BtatosIn HtatolIn StatesIn
In 187 1872 the present corporation was formed formedThe formedThe formedThe
The first Concord wagon IIOU was built In 181V 181Vand 18111aDd 8Th 8Thand
and the first couch was w finished In June 1HV7 1HV7and 111 Th7and 7 7and
and sold old to John Shepard a tavern keeper he per of offlallsbury orfIllburr ofSalisbury
Salisbury N H The work gained alned the widest widestfame wldtfilm widestlame
fame film by making the Concord stage Ia coach coaohwhloh cOMhwhich coachwhIch
which U I known all over the world No year yearhas yearhas ar arhnprllset
has hnprllset pusod since that they Ihe have not shipped shippedmorn Ihlppedmore shIppe4more
more or lest les of these to various part of the theworld theworlt theworld
world They have constructed about three threethousand IhroIhouIIAnd threethousand
thousand up to the present time timeIn UmeID timeIn
In the Ih museum of the lost o1 Office Depart Departmental Dparttntnt Dsartmont
mental mont al Washington Is exhibited an old Old Con Concord Conood Conoond ¬
cord stage ooach to IS p show the Banner ol 0 carry carrying OArrlInK earnlog ¬
InK malln In the Ih Set I The coach was built builtby builtby bimtby
by this thl firm In 18t8 IHt for the Rocky Jtock Mountain Mountaincountry Mountaincountry ounlaln ounlalnCJunlry
country and was the first to carry calT11h8 the mall tpalio In InMontana InMonlana inMontana
Montana It was catitured by b the Indians In In1H77 ID111i7
1H77 and recaptured by b Oen Howard In Inthe Inthe Inhe
the he samuyeur aalDt yecmr tlIr It carried Gen Hherman while whileon whllnn
on his tour of Inspection from Fort Kills Ills te tethe teHelena a ahelena
Helena 108 miles mll In eight IM hours without a abnnk IIbrak abrak
brak or an Injury InjuryTho ItiluryThu
Tho original Deadwood stage coach wu watpany wubuilt wubuIlt
built nl the shape In 1001 It was eMppd eMppdarolloll stippedaround
around the Horn t th the Piooeer HIlIe tsge Com Company Lompant
pany In C Cyears California In l1O4 and after man manYlIIr many manyyears
years of hard service In carrying the express expreeamalls upr uprmllllB expressmails
malls and nd passengers a eenll1 through tb the mountain mountainIt
It was secured by Col William F Cody and andcrossed andcroMd an ancrossed
crossed the octan with his Wild S lid West show showThe ehowlhll showThe
The company maintains an ofllce at 120 West WestThirtieth W WThlrllelh WesThirtieth
Thirtieth street New Ne York and at 6J II Oliver Oliverstreet OllerAirel OliverStreet
street Boston In New York they Ih have a repair repairhop repairahop repairshop
hop with fortyflva meohanlcs under the Ih man management manremeol maneagement ¬
agement of Abbot Treadwell VicePresident of ofthu otIII ofthe
the III company companyCAlT com companyCAIT paD paDCAIr
CAlT ISRTXOLDa MKfOKTS AGAIN AOA11THow AGAINBow AG4IJ110w
How VI T F Miller Got 00 Away Awa Though ThoughWatched ThoaabWatcbdMore ThoutitWatchedMore
Watched WatcbdMore More Arrests Kipeoted KipeotedAt
At Chief Deveryt DeTer request rt < a second report on onthe onIhe onthe
the flight and capture of William F Miller of oftho ofIbo ofthe
Ibo Franklin Syndicate has been submitted by byCopt b bCIOPI byCapt
Copt James 0 Reynolds Capt Reynolds says Ianhal saysthat saysthat
that early 81rlyln In November he h tried In vain to get getseveral 11 11leveral getseveral
several depositors In the tie syndIcate ndloatll to make makeoompalnM makeoompalntll makecompalntA
oompalnM against Miller and IIn that on Nov 31 31he 11hll h1lift
he wrote wrollo to the State Superintendent fluPorlnttn lent < ot Bank BankIng Banklolt Banklag
lag oncloslna one of olha the syndicate circulars clr < ulart and andsuggesting InduueaUnK andsuggesting
suggesting that It was WIOIIO a violation nf the banking bankinglavs banklnrrlaw bankinglaws
laws law TIns Th Superintendent replied that the theState theStAt theState
State A BankIng Department could do nothing nothingIn nOlhlDIrla
In the matter matlerL The fh Grand l rand Jury Indicted Mil 1111ert Mulssr
I la lssr ert at 2 oclocl oeioctk on No Nov KA 24 1 All AIIVn that day 4 f1n f1nIteynolda 01 01IIYllolds Capthicytiolds
Iteynolda had two detectives watching Miller MIIIrotllCI Millers0111cc a aofllce
ofllce A halt hutithour hour before the Indictment Mil Miller Miller MIIicr ¬
ler left th building As soon as the warrants warrantsweru warrAnlvno warrantsteeru
weru Indued some detective were sent to Cot Colh ColJ Cotmmons
AmmoD mmons ofllcc MIIIr had belli there IIna IInah31 and andhri
h h31 d departed d lartltI That was the Ih lait the police policesaw poUc8W policesaw
saw 8W of Miller MillerWhen MillerWhen 111ItrWhen
When John J Dally came to him and an announced annouucd annouucstd ¬
nounced his appointment as A aitlgnee a slinee for forMiller forMiller forMiller
Miller Capt Reynolds wns satisfied he says saysbon lareIhnl saysthat
that 31111ur In come way a unknown 10 him hau haubn hail hailbeon
bon Informed of the action of olh the Grand Jury JuryTho Jur7The JuryThe
The day tJl followIng word was at received that thatMiller Ihllt1111Jr thatMiller
Miller was In Montreal and by Chief Deverys Unfl Unflorllr IeyeryeordrcCapt Deverysorders
orders ordrcCapt Capt neynnldslmniedmtely nlynole ImOtedII lr went there thereAtertocrul IhreAlt thereAftersurrai
Atertocrul Alt rtiitrlll nays aFt of unsuccessful unoccee ful search he hereturned herllurnI heretttrneit
returned tntlsfled however hOl r that the Informa Information Inormatlon Information ¬
tion furnished furnl h d him as n to Millers whereabouts whereaboutshad
had been correct < On Feb t 0 as a told In his hi hiformr hisformer I
former report rept > rl he followed a man to Montreal Montrealraw
raw lilV tho man tn meet el t Miller on tho street and on onthe nathe
the Captains making himself hlDle U known Miller Millervoluntarily 3IlIIerolllnlArlly Millervolitntsrily I
voluntarily accompanIed II ompstld him to this city 011 011Thaml
Tim Thaml name ot the man who 110 was followed to toMontreal 10llontreallll toMontreal i
Montreal U not glean Cain Reynolds says sa In Incloning Inc1081nl ittcloiting
cloning I believe b hllve Implicitly that from the theKourre Ih Ihou thtourue
Kourre ou re I received the th Miller Information I will willreceive willreCItIY willreoiive
receive more that will lead to the Ih arrest of the therlngleuJurs Ih IhflllirlelOdurs theingieutdurs
rlngleuJurs of this Ihl swindle acid the endeot endeotjustice ends or orJUlitlCI ofjustIce
justice be served servedASSOCIATED sertcdASSOCIA efcdAUOCZA
ASSOCIATED AUOCZA rZI 1RKS PAKK PAKKPoilttve PAlClItPoltI 4X 4Xoilttve
Poilttve PoltI Denial of the theSle try That 360 Insane InsaneSoldiers IDIIold Insaneaoldlers
Soldiers old I Arrived Prom rom Manila UanllaWASHINGTON 1IanllA ManilaWLsIIINOT0N
WASHINGTON A 1I1ol0TON Feb 17 nWr War Department Departmentoffldls Departmentofticials
offldls mad today 10 110 < a positive 08111 denial of the thestatement tle1IIImnt theiltatumeztteent
statement iltatumeztteent sent nt out from Ir m San Frsnclnco Frncl co several severald severaldaa eral eralda
da daa d ys ngo to al aliut Iul ut a large Dumber numb of oloMn insane soldiers soldiershaving soldietshavla 0Idler 0IdlerhaTlalt
having havla been sent nllo to tu Woahlniclon lI8hlutm ID giving out outa 0 0Ipl
a reply Ipl AdjutantGeneral Corbln saId saIdlie ldj ldjllerelHB
llerelHB 11 lie ie II reply tpl to that Associated Press fake fakedarlnc fakeMIIII fakeearing
darlnc that 111111250 250 drmentod d mected eoldlemhad soldiers bad arrived at atSan atSlIn atSan
San Fratirlico > that Ihlll 11 had been sent M Dllo to Washing Washington
ton arid that 200 00 moro would soon arrive nh from fromManila Irom1I1111 from fromthe
Manila ManilaTlie 1I1111
the 11 statement shows that since the war 11 with withSpain 111111Rplln withSpain
Spain a total ot nII 134 regular troops 70 State vol volunteers l lUUIffr lunteorsaint ¬
unteorsaint unteers nnd 10 general fn volunteers hare been ad admitted 111mltt1 t tmillet ¬
millet to this iorernment ioTcmmnlllOHpllnl10r HoNpltaltor the Ih Insane InsaneOl lnaanof
Ol 0 the Ih regulars 06 recover reC lTerotJ < 2 died and nd 68 68remain 68remln 68remaIn
remain at the lit hospital of 0 the Slate volunteers volunteersfil
61 have recovered rtCT ftl 3 have died and 16 10remain 16rtmaln 16remain
remain Of the United Uolt Stnt States > volunteers 0IuDte r8 S Shave IIhnv 5have
have recnvered 1 ewapM t IIfJ < 1 and nd 4 4 remain remainDuring remnlfLIIl1rlnl remaInIurinr
During thin time 9 enwoldler have b bean n re rerummitted r rrrnnllllec1 reermcmtjtteul
rummitted to the Ih asylum ultlmol of which 1 died The Thestatement Tbetemnl Theittrtlcnient
statement temnl explalnn e plaln8 that of Itt total only 17tlillsl1 17 17enlisted 17ciillustnl
enlisted men were from the Pacific Island Islandand IslllndIInl IManriCand
and 11 nf thns Ih have since lnllllJttn been discharged M MrtOlfer itsrecovered < is isrecovered
recovered rtOlfer It I I Is i added tbat tIm Ih hospital ship
Missouri which recently nd reached rch San FraucUco FraucUcofrom FtllucLtCorum FrancLsoohum
from hum Manila with lIh nearly 300 sick had no Insane lOHneon IDIIaIIon
on board
LOTOS LOX CIVB KIXCTIOS KIXCTIOSNo LOTIOYNo
No Oppo Opposition ltlnn to the Ih Retention of th thPresent the theIrol lbsIresent
Present llonril of Offlceic OfflceicThe UMcelcThe omcecThe
The Lotos Club elected Its It committee last lastnlcht lutnllhllhllt lastnIght
nIght nllhllhllt time Is I to noralnato candidates for the theofilcen th thofllctI theoMecs
ofilcen of the Ih club for the coming com In year far There Therehad Therhnd Therehad
had been a good deal of talk to the effect that thatthe Ihltthe thatthe
the nominating committee proposed by the thereeularp Ihertlular theregulare
reeularp the mOD who have for years urs sup supported supported up upportl1 ¬
ported ih rho ho present administration admlnl lratlof of 0 the club clubwas elubwu clubwas
was to bu opposed by a ticket made mad up of men menwho m msnwhO n nwho
who would put In nomination an entirely ntlrel new newtetol newet newsetof
tetol et 01 ofllcerit ofllceritThe omorrfhe nflhereThe
The wry hint that an attempt was 18 to be h made madeto
to elect an opposition opo ltlon voinmltteo was WlilaunicleDt sufficient sufficientto
to bring brlrl to last ul nights mittlug a very heavy heavyrepresentation IIpllv IIpllvrellrnlnllon irestvyrepresentatIon
representation nf the supporters IIulJ < > rler of the exist existing tzltInlt existIngadtnlnlstration ¬
ing administration The Th opposition saw that thatIt
It was a outnumbered and not forehore to put any anyby ap apytIcket
IIckllln tIcket In thin field A OImmllll In sympathy Umpalhywith sympathywith
with the prleent ndmllll rtrImintstraton lrlllloD was 88 Iecled e1eoteIby Iecledby
by the casting of a single ballot ba lot The state statemeat IllIItmat statemeat
meat of the treasurer tr lur r of 0 the club which ltlch wee wsar WISIII weercaS
rcaS r ad at thn meeetlng showed that there was wasHK000 WillSIOOO
HK000 In the treasury treasuryllankrnpt treaurItollrnpl treasuryItankrnpt
llankrnpt Farmer Tan Benselaer BenselaerCortlandt ItssselerCortlandt
Cortlandt II Van Kensselaer a clerk and andMary andlIar andMary
Mary lIar E Tan Renaselaer residing at 142 Wee WeeEleventh WeeEI WestEleventh
Eleventh EI venlh street who have been partners en eneafftd engagsd D DKu
eafftd Ku d In farmIng nt I Seneca Falls N NY Y have havefJuiU huenl harefiteil
nl fiteil 1 n petitIon In bankruptcy with hllbtlllle hllbtllllemu jiabtliticssrio
fJuiU mu and no assets Nearly larl eaniy all the debts debtawere dbtware debtsWere
were contracted In Swnecn necn Falls In 1K90 and andthere andIhlr andthem
there nr lirA twontyseven crftilltors crfllIt > rl principally
for mnrchariillie I here Is dun llnrmau Toe Toveshot Toehof loveshof
shot hof of 0 this Ihl city 3011 for or rent for which a Jude Juderaent judamenl ur1g ur1gment
raent was aA obtained on Jan 251807 251807Nuaimi 26 Il111l Il111lHpnu 1i7Spasms
Spasms Hue 1111 to Hypnotic Influence InfluenceREADIXO InOunn7RUDING Influencefltapnco
READIXO Pa Feb 17Mertlcal men report reporta
a strange cnsa In a young oan man named George GeorgeZleglur OtorlteZIlllor George7Iegior
Zleglur of East ra t Kendlne While perfectly t con conclouthe confclou constctlouis
fclou clouthe hI Is seized with Ith spasms no violent that thatsix thatIlx thatcli
six men can hardly hold him It Is charged chargedthat chrll chargedthtt 1 1Ih11I
that Ih11I n friend hm hll him him under hypnotlo Influence
Thn MInll r > asms occur almost dally ut the same
hour
II A AGoodMaxim Good Goo Maxim is isNever lsNever c cNever
Never Out of Season SeasonS Season8e SeasonEellher
S 8e Eellher jeithtr ihtr is A good family mtdidne We WeHoods Ii IiHoocf lmeHoods
Hoods s SirupjirilU It t tones up the sys system systtm systern ¬
tem cures caLiurh rheumatism scrofuU scrofuUtnd scrofuaand scrofutaand
and ill ll stomach troubles And WArds off offsickness offsiknrsl off3Cnss
sickness 3Cnss All Who are weak And WOrnb < worn wornby wornby
by b the effects of illness or overwork find findin
in Us use appetite strength oVId health healthDisordered MlthDisordered healthDisordered
Disordered Stomach ffaw ffawdtys NOOJdJs Nowadays
dJs I cn an e eat t Anything I < WIsh because becauseHoods btCluseHoods becauseHoods
Hoods SirsApArilU keeps my stomtcft in inorder rorder friorder
order H Stone Sherborn MASS MASSCatarrh M MassCatarrhJfoods s scatarrh
Catarrh CatarrhJfoods Hoods Hoo s SArtApAritU hu hucurcj hIcurrl hascurej
curcj my husbands CAUrrh troubles And Andffh aMgittrt andren
ffh gittrt ren < en me relief from sick headache HeAdAchtSMrsJ headachelfr
SMrsJ lfr W SMarris Bigtwn Binghamton N Y
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AKOTJlEtt FHXSCa SPY CAiK CAiKlUapp C491Ilappaarnee
Jltppru lUapp rnce of an n Aconixl Aeon Offlelal O of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the Ministry Klnlltr of SUrln SUrlnt MatInSDKISI
SDKISI t > Kf < lal i collt diipelcA to f tots Til Sri SCWIABU 8tClAala SriIaats
IABU Feb 17A Semite named Phllllpwho Phllllpwhowaa Phillip who whowa
was wa an offlelal In the MinIstry lIlnltr or Marine has hasmysteriously ha hamarloub haznyetrIouiy
mysteriously disappeared dlupt eard > and It II supposed supposedthat auPPolldthat supposedthat
that he h has h ha fled either eitherto to England Enllandorthe or the United UnitedBUtee Unlt UnitedBtates eS eSBtatea
BUtee BUteePhillip BtateaPhillip BtatesPhillip
Phillip was accused ot espionage and of ofoffering orolferlnK ofoffering
offering to supply uppl to 0 Great Britain Information Informationwhloh Inrormalnnwhloh infortnitinnwhich
whloh he pretended to have In his hi possession possessionbout po possessionabout on onabout
about the operations ot > of Doer agenta arn I In Europe EuropeHe Europene EuropeHe
He demanded 25000 franca for divulging this thltintelligence thl thlIl1lelllanc thisloteiligence
intelligence A council of Inquiry met inettthe inetttheMinistry at the theMinistry theMIDIt
Ministry MIDIt of Ifarlno to dIscuss dlcu the cue but butmeanwhile butmnwhlle butmeanwhile
meanwhile Phillip disappeared dIIllPt eared > The Nation Nationatlit NaUonallt Nationailst
atlit papers pap describe this tbl at another affairs r affairsTAX jTaJreTAX ir irTAX
TAX Oft DKPARTMKST DIlPAII Jllllr STORKS STORKSTiie lJrUnlfSoTII STORKITbs
Tbs TII Prussian Pralll Government Yield to I III the be De Demanris Demand flemaud
maud of Small Hhopkcepere HhopkcepereSfutml ShopkepSJ hopksepersTpdoil
Sfutml SJ C cabLe Cob t PP > npatc ltoft < It 1 T Tu He HeBtaiJN eec 111111BULIN eecBsauc
BtaiJN Feb 17 17Tho The 1rumlan Government Governmenthaa
has yielded to the agitation of the email chop chopkeepers shopkeprsand hopkepef8
keepers keprsand and baa tent a bill bUllo to the Assembly Assemblyfor
for the taxation of the tb big bl department stores atoreaThle storesThis tore toreTbl
This bill provides for a tax of 2 percent ptr clint on nil nilitoree 1111Iorea ciistores
stores whose who annual InooDie It u million or ormore ormore ormoor
more marks U U J believed that the bill will willpaai willpals 111 111pa
pals pa
UKRllAff ITSAUattlP EARNING EARNINGA BARNZllfOSoA
A Dividend of f 8 Pr Cent Declared by the theHamburgAmerican tb tbBamborAmrlcn theUaniburgAmrlean
HamburgAmerican Line LineSfieii Lln LlnCa LinetI
Sfieii tI Cotli Ca DtiiMtiA D t to Turn T Bon BonBIBUX BI7I1BlauK necBIRLaX
BIBUX Feb F b 17 17The The earnings of the theHamburgAmerican th thnmbufAmnlcan theItsmburgAmertcan
HamburgAmerican SteamshIp Line forlKOd forlKOdwere for 1HOO 1HOOwe 1509were
were 18000000 marks an increase of 4000
000 marka over 0 the preceding year ear The Thedirector Thedlffillora ThedIrectors
director have decided to declare a dividend ot
8 per cent and to Increase the share capital to
80000000 mark markaIftFLVRStA mark1iFLf1IrNU marksINFLVF2ZA
IftFLVRStA IV BBRLIX BBRLIXII
II It Ragtag Among Bleb and nd Poor and the tbeItoipltali lb lbJlolPltata theIfospttat
Itoipltali Are Ar Overcrowded OvercrowdedSfttM OnrerowdedSplc1 OvercrowdedSpstcsai
SfttM Catlt Dtijittc to I Tax Bo BoBnux BpDIIJIUIf SecBiaume
Bnux Feb 17 17Thll The winter ha bu been ao aonnhealthfnl souimhulthfni 0 0unbNlthnl
nnhealthfnl that the hoipltal are overcrowded overcrowdedand over < rowded rowdedand
and a number of temporary building have havebeen haYebeen havebeen
been erected on the Ih grounde of s several v ral of theso thesoInstltutlona thelloInstitution thesoInstitutions
Institution Influenraand In11I1I1Da and several attendant attendantmaladlee attendantmnaladtes tpndllntmaldle
maladlee are ar raging among the rich and nd poor pooralike pooralike pooralike
alike
KAXONX > t COAt FAU1NK FAU1NKFactories PAJlINIrJaetort ravzxYatrts
Factories and Railway Affected A eoled and andThouiaade andThousands nd ndThoaad
Thousands Out itf Work WorkSmciot WorkS Worksac
sac S al C Cabl W DufitlcK ust toTm TII Soc SenBnxni 80nLnf SocBnirst
Bnxni nLnf Feb 17 nThe The coal famine In fiazony fiazonyla 8axon 8axonI
la I assuming alarming proportions pro Ortlons > The Th rail railway railway ¬
way passenger traflfts ha hI bean reduced reducedthousands rtdllcethouaands reducedthousands
thousands of men employed In faetorles are areout ILr ILrout areout
out of work and the th municipalities are taxed taxedto
to their utmost to core with outdoor pauper pnperrelief paaprrelief pauperrelIef
relief reliefAId
Aid for or German to Go to Paris ParliIptcttl rrltal ParispicitaJ
Iptcttl tal < rath 4U DtijMcktftuM D tA Ie 1n Buy BtmBIBUN 81711BuLtIfleb17The BuyBuume
BIBUN BuLtIfleb17The Feb 17 17The The local legislative body bodyat bodyat
at Karlsrnho has voted 50000 marks to assist assistworkmen aaelAtwortmn assistworkmen
workmen and tradesmen who whodesire desire to visit visitthe visItthe Islt Islttb
the tb Part Exposition ExpositionLoodoa ExooeitionLODdo ExpositIonLondoc
Loodoa Stock Market farll Quiet Quiettpteial Quietcable
tpteial 1 cable DiH D4tc > ato It I THI Ta Sine SineLorTDOK 8tntLoJOOK SecLoicuox
LorTDOK Feb 17 1 P MThe stock market marketla marketQuIet
la quiet Console have advanced oneeighth oneeighthDimtsn oneeIghthDINNZft
Dimtsn TO Bsxitr fr r MAXWELL MAXWELLIn
In Honor B nol of nil UI Service a as a Member U mber ot otthe e ofthe t
the Ih Brooklyn School Hoard HoardThe floatsiThe
The members and officers of the Reboot BohoolBoard 80hoolBoard RebootBoard
Board of the borough of Brooklyn gave a corn oompllmentary eompllmenlarr cornplirnentarydinner
pllmentary plirnentarydinner dinner dlnn at the Brooklyn Club Inat Inatnight lllAtnhrht lastnight
night for Henry W Maxwell who has been a amember amembr amember
member of the board for six years ura and la I to toretire toretire toretire
retire at the close of his present vreeen term A Achairman Aohauman As Aschairman
chairman of the Finance Committee Mr r Max Maxwell Maxwell ¬ I Iwe1l
well baa been one of the busIest and andmost andmoat andmost
most useful members mtm hen of the th depart department dPllrtmnt departmerit ¬
merit and hi his uniform courtesy has hasendeared hasndeared hasendeared
endeared him to his associates As he ie e Is Isaonn I IlOon issoon
lOon to leave on an extended trip abroad It Itwa Itwas
wa 11 was arranged to give he the Ih dinner before hla de departure ot otparture 1 1parture ¬
parture J Edward Swanstrom 8wac trom who wit wittormerly wuornterly wstornmeriy
tormerly chairman cb lrmn of the boarl presided and andall andall cd cdall
all the members m m rA except Mr Bambereer who whowa who1IlI8lDdlpod whowas
wa 1IlI8lDdlpod was Indisposed were weroJlft81nt present Anoriic ih Ihlt In Invited Invlled invlted ¬
vited guetta were ffipreoia BprJDle Court C Justice
Edward W Hatch and Wlllard Hartlett Hurro Hurrogate liurroIn Hurrugate
gate < In George B Abbott District Attorney
Clark Frederick W Hlnrlehs Dr Hubert Hubertwell IQ ert
Black Oil City BuperlDtrnd IIL William n Max Maxwel11lcK Maxwell
well wel11lcK i > lck F FllameerUlark Kamsey 1ark P Simmons SimmonsWIiluim Wllllmn
0 Courtney dourtney ourlne John IJ McCooey lIcCoo and several eevernlschool ineralIchool severalschool
school principals principalsThese princlpIThue principalsThese
These were the toasts Our Quest Ou st Presi Pre l ¬
dent Charles E E llobertson response by Mr 3m
Maxwell Our Guest on the Ih Flnnnce kioenceCotn kioenceCotnmlttee Com Committee Cornmilleo ¬
mittee John Greene Our Guest and tile
Training School Bchoolor for Teachers Dr John Har HarU HarrlelD liarrigan
rlelD Our Guest and nd Ih the nohoolst t hools Edward
U Wnrl ftrd Our Guest as II a Member muer of 0 the Ih
School Board Illcharrt Young Don Voyage
to toOurGuest Our Out Justice Hatch HatchThe nIch1he hatchThe
The closing oeremony was WB the presentation
to Mr Ir Maxwell of an album containing hand handsomely haDdAomely handsotriely ¬
somely engrossed resolutions r ollilion exrr expr81 silv ot otthepsteemof
Ihe theesteem thepsteemof t11tm or his hi fortyfour School Board as assistants a alis assletants ¬
sistants lis tllon la
PRXS1DKXT LINCOLNS OAK OAKNegroes OABNeKroe VARNegroes
Negroes f Omaha Omh Propose Propo to Have It Re Reitored nelIored Restored
stored and Placed In a Public Building BuildingOuiBi DundinOIURA BuildingOILAIU
OuiBi Neb Feb 17 17The The Lincoln car carbuilt cubuilt carbuilt
built at the opening ot the war la I to be placed placedby placdb placedby
by b the city of Omaha In a public building If Ifplans Itplan Ifplansof
plans plansof of Omaha colored people do not male miscarry m malecarry Is Iscarr
carry carr For many years ym this thl curious piece of ofrailroad orrailroad ofrailroad
railroad equipment has been occupying a va vacant 1 1cant vacant ¬
cant lot at allh the Union Paclflo yards with lIb other othtircaitpff olhercetOff othercastpff
caitpff rolling stock stockThe elockTh stockThe
The Th company bought the car shortly ehortlyafter after the theLincoln theLincoln theLincoln
Lincoln funeral and used It In the th far West slas slasa as asa asa
a pay car It being especially desirable for this thispurpose thlApurpose thispurpose
purpose as aelt U had within Its II sides concealed concealedby conc < Iled Iledb
by b upholstering and mahogany halfInch halfInchboiler halflnchboiler halfInchboiler
boiler plates pI ales They were placed there as a aprotection AprolcUon aprotection
protection to prevent President Pr ldeDt Lincoln belnc belncshot beingshot
shot hot while at the front where he frequently frequentlywent IreqUtntl71Ient frequentlywant
went In this armored car The Blast Ill was lom lomup lonlfIince Ion Ionsince
since rmoTe removed 1 and nd the windows 110 10 < are re boards bordpdup boardsup
up The steps have decayed dtra7 1 and nmI fallen off and andall Ilndall andall
all the fine nnelrlmmhll trimming have rotted away w wThe
The negroes of Omaha prorate to have the
City CII Council CouDcllapproprlale appropriate money to secure the thecar Ih Ihcar thecar
car hive hnit It restored as nenrly I a s possible to Its Itsappearance lisapparaDC itsappearance
appearance when 1reildent Lincoln used It Itand itanot itunit
and place It In a ajlubllc public building bUlldlnlllD In the city a u ass asscuriosIty a acuriosity aOUr101t7
curiosity Dr if 0 OIIICk Illcketls the wellknown wellknowncolored wIIltnownI wellknowncolored
colored I doctor Is I behind the plau plan A monster monsterpetition mODlIerpllllon monsterpetition
petition lisa h been prepared but the negroes negroeswant nllifroewanl negroeswant
want the sole honor of 0 th the movement Mayor
Moores Moor Is I IsaCIvil a Civil War tvarveteran veteran and looks upon uponbut uponIh uponthe
Ih the plan with favor The UnIon pclnc ha hanot has hasnot
not Indlcaled whulU whIrl it will accept for 11 thin car
but the opinion Is expressed u resMd that It will bo 0
donated to the city The J h he old car has a number numberot numberotbullet
ot otbullet bullet holes holosanushell and shell marks on It ItWITH IIrll itwru
WITH rll inn IPT LOUD auront IIIAXKI IIIAXKIAcknowledgment XHAlnUAollnods1l1nl IIL4VklAcknowledgment
Acknowledgment of the Becelpt ne lpl of Bostons BostonsTransvaal nolonTrAnn1 BostonsTransyani
Transvaal Fund Contribution ContributionBOSTON ConlrlbullooDosToN ContributionBOSTOt4
BOSTON Feb 17Boston subscribers luborJb re have havealready bu bualroad havealready
already alroad sent 1000 to the Ih Transvaal fund fundand fundand fundand
and In response Frederick Warren Jr the theTreasurerof Ih IhTreuurerof theTreasurerof
Treasurerof the th British SouthAfrloan Patriotic PatrioticFund lnlrloUcFund PatrioticFund
Fund ha h has received recelvdlhe the following letter from the thaLord IhnLord theLord
Lord Mayor of London acknowledging the re receipt reo reoctlpt receipt ¬
ceipt of the first Installment of ollho the fund malted raitedIn
In and about Boston BostonTnc Do l3ostonTnx ton tonTnr
Tnc MAXBIOW noun I
LONDON Jan 31 i 11 11000 HIOO HIOODIIUI 1000DaLe I IDun I
Dun BIB BI81I It has afforded me m great pleas pleasure p1801tlfe pleasare ¬
are to receive r cAlve your letter Inclosing Inclo lnlt 1000 1000pounds 1000poun 1001pouna
pounds poun 1 sterling for the Transvaal war as a itfirst anrt afirst
first Installment of the British South African Africanpatriotic Alrlcanplltrlollo AfricanpatriotIc
patriotic collection at Boston V 8 A I ahull ahullbo Ih11bo ehuillbe
bo glad It you will convey my Mncaro thank to totliitsubscrlherH tothtlsub tothrss
tliitsubscrlherH thtlsub thrss subscribers criller uhl ansu sim 111 thorn how much I Iand Iand Ianti
and my fellow 1tlIo citizen appreciate this muni
fextntlon f ntln of sympathy on the part of the BritIsh IlrllUhaud JIlIhhutl BritIshand
and utl colonialborn colonial horn residents In and around nroun 1 lIne lloston JlosIon lInetort
ton who while lIving nnil r proAprln > rosp rlne In a
friendly nation yet tumthnlr toni thiutlr thought to tu their theirold tllrlrold thtetrold
old home In th thu motlii > r country Inaporlod In n perIod of ofttrronand ofstress
ttrronand IrAS anti anxiety an lell Tiie lncos IDCos1 d will III briefly
tell you how the fund lunll In b bllI bslng lng administered admlnllIrdours
Yours ours truly AITRKD J NEWTON rWTON Mayor MayorMovementi 1Ia70rUomnta MayorMovements
Movements ol Nwvnl NIIIWUIIINGTON Veiieli VeiieliWiSHlsoTON i5iI i5iIWA5BIiGTOi
WiSHlsoTON Feb Ih 17 17The The gunboat Michlm Michlmleft 3lnchlnleft MacbIasleft
left San Juan for Ponsaooln the trulnlncclilp trulnlncclilpKnsex traIning silittu silittunsex hll hllstX
Knsex stX arrived at Han Juan and tIme traIning tralnlncdhlP tralnlnaIhl traIningshin
shin Ihl Adam left Knu Diego for Magdalene l III IIILowor hay r
Lower fallfornlu CallfornloatI all alllolay alllolayJl toilay toilayHear toulnyhear
Hear Jl r Admiral rarauhar has l1li been InstnifteJ InstnifteJon
on his return to tho th United States In April to tovessels 10procetd toproceed
proceed with the flagshIp New 8 York and such Auchtlsul suchvessels
vessels as may be b able abl to enter the harbor l1arl OIlo OIloOlvclolit > to toUalvttton tolalVestOfl
Ualvttton Tex to utttud a local lucalcelebrallQIJ celebration I
REGULARS IN A JAIL RAID RAIDif RAIDNIrQRO RAIDztzazto
if NIrQRO no no fotnixn AND AN A JAIL AIr GUARD QUABIJKILLED Gf1ABDIClzfrrD GUARDicsxir
KILLED AT tORT oftr BtlSf BtlSfThe B RtISLThe lll lllThe
The Regular suI Tried to Get Oe Two of Their TheirCompany ThlrComln TheIrCompany
Company Out of the Local JMITlivy JMITlivyHhot JITheIIhut
Hhot Down the Guard suit au Their Leader LeaderWas LdrV LeaderVns
Was V Shot Shnlllol1 Down In Return by b the Jailer JailerELlisoTex JailerEL aUerEL1uoTes
ELlisoTex EL laaoTex Feb17 Feb17Atrioelook Feb17At5 AtG oclock this thl morn mornIng mornIDII mornlog
log a tiuadot squad 01 negro soldier oldle led 1t 1 by b Corporal CorporalJaroei CorroralJame CorporalJames
James Hull ot Company 0 Twealyfitth In Infantry InrAnlr Infantry ¬
fantry rAnlr of Fort ort lilies liii went to the city clt jail to toliberate 10llberale toliberate
liberate twoot two 0 or their comrades hold there for fora
a putty offence The soldiers were armed with withKrsgJorgensen wllhKraKJorlfnnn withKragJorgeneen
KrsgJorgensen rifles and their leader oarrlod oarrlodau
au ax to be e used In breaking broaldnllinio Into the prison prisonNewtou NIAonNtou prisonNewton
Newton Stewart was on guard He fired nre one oneshot on onIhol oneshot
shot at two I wo of the raiders who had entered the theoffice theomce theoffice
office and was shot Ih < t twice through the body bodyone bod bodyon
one on shot coming from behind him through a awindow awindow
window and passing through his hI lungs lie liedied u ulIod liedIed
died In a few minutes aft after r being taken to the thehospital thehopltl thehospital
hospital hospitalJullxr hopltlJIIIIr hospitalJailer
Jullxr Dick Blacker noted n led as a crack shotWHS shot IhrtII shotWas
Was II sleeping llI8plolln In an adjoining room the Ih dot dorm r of otwhich ofwhIch ofwhIch
which was 11 open U > > heard the noise after aterHtowart aIleIlilowart afterStewart
Stewart had bean Hhot and sat ut > In bed to tolook 10look toiook
look Into the outer office Corporal Hull had hadhis hadhlA hadhis
his un pointed at Blacker as he h sat satut eatUt at atUII
ut > Blacker reached for his sixshooter sixshooternnd
nnd Cnn fired The ball pasted through the thelower Ihelower thelower
lower hart of IIuUn UIIII heart but the 801lhr oldli > r mann rniinaged mllnItlllo mannageti
aged Itlllo to run a block before he full 11 slid died diedThe lId1hA liedAbe
The soldier then riddled Un > police station stationwith staUoDwith stationwith
with bullets but failed to itrlke Blacker al although R RIholllth nthottghi ¬
though the bulleU were burl burled u In the wall all allabout a cliabout I Iatout
about his bed He shot only 001 once because he hessld hesaId
saId he could not sew e for the Ih smoke mok Posses Possawere lOBAwer Posseswere
were uulckly organized and went 101 In pursuit of ofthe orthe ofthe
the soldier but tb they y escaped caled to the post postleaving postleavlnlr poetleaving
leaving the axe and two rifle rIft behind behindChlefof behilldchltr behindflriefof
Chlefof chltr 01 police ollce Lookhnrt lO < k hllrt Hherlff Booue and andothers antOtlllfI andothers
others went to the post and demanded the sur surrender lOurrender surrenriemof ¬
renriemof render of the negroes Capt CaJltIoushhoroulh Ixiughhorough the thecommanding litecommlndlrll thecommanditrg
commanding ofnotr agreed to aid thorn In Inevury illor litoctury
evury or way In his hl power fwr and an will arrnst the Ih sus suspeat IIIISI sueperjte
peat I uls lie Ii ha lIaluu litti Issued d order prohibiting negro negrosoldiers ollroMldltrR negrosoldier
soldiers from coming to town In the future futureExcitement lulurlExollnmlnt futureExcitement
Excitement ran high hl n for a time today but the thecivil Ihecivil theclvii
civil officer say there will bei bflllO no mob violence violenceNewton vlolenoNlwton violenoeNewton
Newton Htewari was WI a rough rider rl < Trouble Troublebetween 1roublebelwetn iroubiebetween
between the negro soldiers and nd civil offl omfra omfrahall offiersIra ra rahah
hah Ira bonn brewing for several 1 r1 months and soy several soyoral flV flVeral ¬
eral cloohei have already lake place Borne 8omtime 80mUme Bornetime
time ago o a ranger went DI to the post > to arrest a aneero anllro anegro
negro accused of highway hllth robbery and thtt thttsoldiers IhoIIOIlIers thrnsettlers
soldiers comrades comral marie a dash to release the therrtsonor Iherllltner tireprisiner
rrtsonor The 111 ranger was compelled coml lIetJ to oover ooverhI oovertins
tins hI men with lth his revolver reveulverand and call on the army armyofficers arm armomcors armyofficers
officers to assist him befortih bfor h Ire was allowed to totake 10IIIke totake
take the prisoner Jlrlon r to tojail jail The soldiers ollllr have havebenn hanbenn havebean
benn In the habit of 0 coming to I > town getting gettingdrunk trettinIIdrunk gettingdrunk
drunk anti creating dUurbnnoes dUurbnnoesTho
Tho bodvoftho bO bodvot of tIre dead pe I1oro ro was removed removedfrom rtlmodIrom removedfrom
from the Morgue to Fort ort llllss this afternoon afternoonXAXXKR arttrooonWANNER afternoonMAYER
MAYER OF vniVKRIlIXttS VHIVKl > llnr5 DKATU DKATUPhysician nEATUPhllclan IX4TUPhysician
Physician Who Hail Jln Attended Him Bellevee BelleveeIt RlI RlIIt
It Was W Purely Iure Accidental AccidentalJames AoldntatJames AcoldsntnlJames
James B Mitchell private secretary ot th thlate the thelalft thelate
late Congressman Chlckering who ho met his hladeath hisdeath hadeath
death by b falling faUln or jumping from the Ih window windowof ndow ndowjf
of his room at the Grand Union Hotel last lastweek la iastweek t twek
week arrived In this city cltlallt last night and went wentto wentto ent entto
to the Grand Union Hotel With him were ro J JN JN JN
N House un old time tlm friend of the Congress Congressman Con8f Con8fman ¬
man and clerk ot the House Committee on onRailroads onIhllroa on1tIlroads
Railroads 111 < and Canals Can flit of which Mr Chlckerlng Chlckerlngwas Chlck rlnr rlnrWI
was the chairman and baraeantatArms baraeantatArmsMoort t rleanllltArmtlMoor
Moor > They 1h too registered at t the Grand GrandUnion Grandnlon GrandUnion
Union UnionMr UnionMr nlon nlonMr
Mr Mitchell said that the prime object of his hisvisit hisIIIlt hIsvisit
visit IIIlt to Ibo city was uslo to secure tbeolTectf the nlTecl of Mr MrChlckerlng MrChlckerln MrChlckering
Chlckerlng from the Coroners OUse He said saidthgthe IIldthat saidthgt
thgthe that he had called up the Coroner Office on onthe onthe onthe
the telephone and had been told that the effects effectswere eUectswere frct frctwer
were In the safe and could < not bo delivered deliveredto
to him until he presented a written order for forthem lorthem foritem
them Herefus II lIe refused d to say a7 whether he Intended Intendedto 101n 111d <
to call upon the Ih police and charges that Mr MrCheckering 3IrChlckrtnl MrChtckerings
Checkering death d oItli had ha been the tb result of foul foulit foulPlllr foulp foulwill
Plllr p it t will all defend dtr nd on what I find out In this thltcity thl thlIIIY thisc
city c ity he h said I 1 havi talked to Dr DrOrlll19 DrOrlll19HamnlUnt Graema Gractoshiatonionut
Hammond of 6H West W Fortyfifth street streetand IItroeand etreetand
and what h he told me I do not care to tostate 10Pillte toCt
state stateDr PillteJr Ct It to tohr
Dr Hammond told a Sex reporter portllr lat night nightthtt DieMIhll nIghtthtt
thtt hn had written a letter to Mr Chicken ChickenIng Chlcklrhill Chickerlog
hill Mllrjz bsllit lllli her all he knew of item I husbands husbandsdeath hUlbAnd hUlbAndduth husbandsdath
death H I told the reporter that he h had first firstbeen flutbeen firstbeen
been called to Mr Ir Chlcktrlngs room roomon roomon roomon
on Monday Ionda Afternoon at 8 oclook and andfounil andlounll andfound
found him hIm suffering from rheumatism rheumatismwhich rh rhutnatisrnwhIch ulnatln ulnatlnwhllh
which was u aggravated Dr D the rainy rainyweather raIn rllnwather raInweather
weather He called again at night and found fonn fonnlr totmnMr
Mr lr Chlolterlng HUH 1111 Hufftrlng ufftrtn but In good goodspirits gets Itoo1lrlta getsspirits
spirits He said that Mr Chlokerlng told blin blina
a funny nnu story and 1110 that he left at 10 oclock oclockafter oclockaffer oclockafter
after Mr Ir Chlokerlng had requested him to tocall tocall 0 0cRlla
call cRlla again lIln In tliaraomlni the momlm at I tl oolook Whc When hfn n
he h called to keep kH1lhllt that appointment he found foundIr
Mr Ir Chlckerlng dead deadMr deadIlr deadMr
Mr Chlckoring was at not insane when I saw
him last said Dr Hammond and he cer certainly cereI4lnh certainli ¬
tainly did not aol as a a man would who was wascontomplatliiK w wconlmpI3th Wa Waeontstrnpiatitsc
contomplatliiK suicide I think that the ruin ruincontused IlAlnCODluld paIncontused
contused his hi mind and alia that hn iteoped from fromthe Ir fromthe < m mIh
the Ih tire i seats cai ca1lIu1 i curl fell 1I over The fh fact that tho thomoney Ih IhlIIouey thumnotiey
money fuuuU In his clothes was exactly the thesame Ihe111m tuesam
same amount as a be had had the Ih eight before beforeshows bllorhOR beforeehows
shows that be was not robbed and I do not notthink notIhlllk nottliiak
think that there could be any other reaeoa for forany loran forany
any an y one onetoattack to attack him htm31AIIRIKD himJIAllDllD himKA1IR1D
31AIIRIKD flFir TEARS rrnsOold 1E4 TEARSGolden Its ItsGolden
Golden Oold n Wedding Analverlary ADal raf7 of Mr and andMrs andII andMrs
Mrs II Heyntnn Genhel GenhelMr OhelMr OetshelMr
Mr and Mrs 1lIumaD Herman Gershel celebrated th thgolden Ih0Id the thegolulstnanniversaryofthotrweddlnga
golulstnanniversaryofthotrweddlnga golden 0Id D anniversary of their wedding weddln at Sherrys Sherrysast Shrryast
ast night ol hl Their seven children were present presentalong PTsenaloD Presentalong
along aloD with fourteen grandchildren and one onegreatgrandchild oner onegreatgrandchild
greatgrandchild r The Th latter Is the th daughter daughterof
of Benjamin Phillips of Atlanta Ga who I Ithn IIho is isthe
the oldest son of Mrs 31 Irs lease Phillips uiliuip a anlaughter
daughter nf Mr and Mrs Gershol Three of ofthe o otire
the five son are married About ono hundred hundredandtwentvfivtt hundredandtwentvfivtt hunrlreuanti
andtwentvfivtt anti twentyfive persons sat satdomvn down to dinner all allthe allor allor
or whom are relative or Intimate friends of ofthe ofthe
the family
Mr and Mrs Qorshol were married In this thiscity thiscIty
city In 1M50 Mrs Uershel was MUs Mia Henrietta HenriettaCohen HenriettaCohen
Cohen Mr Gershel and his live flv sons arc en engaged engaged ¬
gaged In the cloak manufacturing buulness buulnessthn
the lather being one of th plonreri ot the thebuslnem thebusIness
busIness In ttiU ttmI city the linn name nameoriginally nameoriginally
originally being Gershel llossniled ilocenclerlAmnirg A Co CoAmong
Among those at the wedding anniversary la tact tactflliiht < t tnl
nl flliiht ht were Mrs llichard K Fox ilr and Mr rlme rlmeCf
Cf Talk Mr and Mrs Mnhrbach Mr and Sirs
Hevmun Vogel Mr and Mrs M I Young oung Mr Mrand Mrand
and Mrs M WelneranuMr and irodMrrc MM KStelfal KStelfalSt
St Louis Not Reported BtportedThe ReportedThe
The American liner Si Louis which sailed sailedfrom salieujfrom
from Southampton on Feb 10 and was due dueher duehers
her hers yesterday morning herd not been re reported meliorted ¬
ported at 1 niocli this morning nhto he may bo bom beiitiored
m iitiored liored outside thi ho > bar Invisible lu the lie snow anowstorm snowstortn
storm
1 Theres nothing nothinghalf nothinghalf
half so sweet in life as asloves asloves
loves young dream dreamIt
It waa meant to be so when woman was waaordained wasordained
ordained mania help helpmeet p ¬
I meet But it was never nererj
1 j meant that loves dream dreamI
1 I should have so sad an anawaking anF
F awaking It it due duechiefly
1 r chiefly to Ignorance Ignorancei
I l i that young women are arei
1 i go rudely awakened awakenedt
t A from the Jreain dream of love loveThey loveThey
They enter on the mar marThey marh
h i ned state without withoutgr
gr cal or mental prearn prearnc
c r lion They are entirely entirelyphysiological entirelyunaware
unaware of the gceat gceatI
I j physiological change changei C hi a n g a aIt
It suggested i by uy the luc ui uimarriage one onerl
I
rl ii r
4 word marriage marriageEvery marriageEvery I
Every young woman should be prepared preparedfor reFiredfor
for that change There should be no noneglect noneglect
neglect of irregularities The perfect perfecthealth perfecthealth
health of the peculiarly womanly orgui orguishould orgusshould
should be the daily care careThoimnds careThousands
Thousands of women who en entered entered
tered in marriage unprepared unpreparedand
and passed from irregular irregularhies Irregularities
hies to debilitating drains drainsinflammation drainsiutlacnniation
inflammation ulcera ulceration ulceration
tion and female weak weakness weakflees
ness have been alto altogether altogether >
gether and absolutely absolutelyDr absolutelycured
cured by the use of ofDr
Dr Pierces Favorite FavoritePrescription FavoritePrescription
Prescription This Tlmm great greatmedicine grciimedicine
medicine is not a cureall cureallbut i ibut
but a specific for the thechronic thechronic
chronic diseases peculiar peculiarto I Ito
to women It does one onetiling P Pthing
tiling perfectly it maken makenweak 5 5weak
weak women strung and anilsick andsick
sick women well wellFor wellPurr
For two years I had tieen tieena rest
a stifleror uOer < T from nun chronic tllMa tiseie e snI nd ferasle
we werlcue kne write Mrs Allen A nolisoo of nj tt
Rodmnn Street Phll PhllsrdelhIs delnhl la I had two twoalece
doctors wiio ouly rheseri me or a unite Iy
alece sdyi audited ed me to like Tlr Plerces Favorite
Prescription I did and have been highly ben
rated t smnoira sin now a strong woman jniT nI can n rco re reenhJr
mmend enhJr Dr ricrcts titdldncs lo sU iluilarlr
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THE FORSYTHE WAIST WAISTOpening
Opening Monday February the Nineteenth NineteenthREAL NineteenthREAL
REAL RUMCHUNDA WAISTS AND SQUARES SQUARESThese
These goods are new to our agents who are constantly searching th thmarkets ths thsmarkets
markets of the World and our display will produce a profound sensation sensationI sensationNothimg
like has I been i i J JIII before beforeLadies
Nothimg III lilt I1NC II it IIU3 CVCI ever IWWII auwiiiLiwu attempteJ iviwiwe iviwiweLadies
Ladies going abroad this year will find Waists made from the Real Rum Rumchunda RuInchunda
chunda Squares extremely fashionable We Se have them in larger assortment assortmentand assortmentand
and in more exclusive styles than any house in Europe EuropeOur EuropeOur
Our Waists are beautifully matched and more desirable in in every way waybeing waybeing
being made on the Forsythe Model Also stocks of the same sameThe sameThe
The Colorings and combinations of color are exquisite and the variety t 99 99great 0 0great
great a description is out of the question Three windows will be given up upto upto
to this show showSpecial showSeclaI
Special Exhibit on Third floor where you may buy the Waists and Neck Neckwear Neckwear ¬
wear to match or the pattern lengths as you desire desireMADE desireMADR
MADE BY BYJOHN BYJOHN
JOHN FORSYTHE
865 BROADWAY BROADWAY1ltKKIllT
1ltKKIllT WAR la Off OffIllinois vyillinoIs
Illinois Central Tutu Ut Grain Rates tn the theGulf theattiC
Gulf tn Meet Eastern Iteductlnns IteductlnnsCatciox ttstluctloneCntcaoo
Catciox Feb 17 17In In consequence of the thealleged thealleged
alleged secret cutting ot grain rates by the thelines thelines
lines from Chicago to the Atlantic coa coact t the theIllinois theIllInois
Illinois Central has made an open reduction ot otthree oflitre
three cents for 100 pounds In the rate on corn cornfor cornfor
for export from Illinois places toXew to New Orleans OrleansThe OrleansThe
The new ratals rate is 12 cents which la practically practicallythe
the rate which has been mode secretly from fromChicago frontChicago
Chicago to New York on all klada of groin groinmoving grainmoving
moving In the past throe weeks All other Quit Quitlines Gulflines
lines will reduce their rates ratesTho ratCsThe
The Grand Trunk and Vanderbilt lines are areaccusing areaccusing
accusing each other ot offiret first breaking the agree agreement agreebent ¬
bent to maintain a rate ot 20 U cents on export exportgrain exportgraIn
grain Thin Michigan Central during the past pastthree aet aetthree
three weeks has carried twice as much grain grainand graInand
and flour as tha Grand Trunk and the Lake LakeShore IakeShore
Shore and Nickel Plain have l been > c < m carrying a agreat agreat
great deal more than they do lo when rated are areabout areabout
about equal by all lines Lust week the Penn Pennsylvania iconsylvania ¬
sylvania lines succeeded In greatly Increasing Increasingtheir Inersaeititbeintorirtage
their tbeintorirtage tonnage olgraln and flour flourand anil the Grand GrandTrunk OmitTrunk
Trunk also made a considerable gain It Is Isreasonable isreasonable
reasonable to suppose that these lines secured securedtheir securedtheir
their Increase In traffic try cutting under the theseorot timeseorot
seorot rates of the tie Vanderbilt roads roadsThe mottleThe
The Presidents of the Ha Frtstern tern lines will meet meetIn meetin
In New York on next Wednesday and try to tongree tongre
ngree to make a rat mats nf 15 cenu from Chicago ChicagotoNtw Chicagoto
toNtw to New York on groin for export At th thin meet meeting tucoting ¬
ing hero lust week ot thin Central Freight Freighteociathn As Association ¬
sociation It was proposed to reduce the tariff tariffrate tarOtrate
rate from JO 0 cents to 18 cent but the proposi proposition pmoprustlion ¬
lion wa wasvotettdown voted down because leciucutiieoftlolalss the ofllolaU knew knewIt
It would be Impossible for any road maintain maintaining ¬
lug a rate of 18 cent to ti get any of tha lie luil luilnes tttuino
nes no as It was actually moving at a nato ol 12 12ccntn 12cents
cents ccntnPresident centsPresIdent
President Callnway says Ihe he New sew York Cen Central Ctntral ¬
tral can afford to carry grain from Huffalo to tothe tothe
the side sireof of a transatlantic steamer In the liar harbor liarborof ¬
bor borof of New sw York forle forless than fnurcontwn four cents a hun hundred liondred ¬
dred pounds He rrmda thin statement to toprove toprove
prove that the Erl Canal could never bo Im Improved Inrproved ¬
proved so as to divert the grain triiltle from trainthe
the railroads Grain has been carried by the thevanderbllt theVanderbilt
Vanderbilt lines from Chicago to New ew York
for eight cents but a lighterage charge of ofthrrso ofthrrsoCents threo threocents
cents was added It Is said that thin charge of ofthree ofthree
three cents Is greatly In excess of the actual actualcoet aciualcoat
coat ol transferring the grain from the cars In InNew InNew
New York to the ocean steamships steamshipsixrearn steacnshiigusLVTZBIR
ixrearn ix RUSSIAN R n BOXDS BOXDSNew IJOXDNNew
New York Life Takes Ten Millions Guar Guaranteed Onaranteed ¬
anteed by RussIa Itself ItselfThe ItselfThe
The New York Ilf ltfe Insurance Company has hasbought hitriboutht
bought 10000000 of the 4 per cent bonds of the theWladikawkas theW1s4awkas
Wladikawkas and SouUwMUrn lUilroad Com Company CornpanT ¬
panT of Russia Edward N ilbbs treasurer ot otthe tn tnthe
the Insurance company said yesterday yesterdayThe yestsrdayFbs
The Fbs 110000000 Ituwtlaa railroad bonds bought boughtby boughtby
by our company are guaranteed principal find findInterest andkteze4t
Interest hy the Imperil irvernment of Itussia ItussiaIt
It 1s pomhls that the nyndicte through which whichwa
wa bought the bonds may place an addlllmia addlllmiaamount additinuniamount
amount of the bonds nn the tit American market marketMunicipal marketttunI4pil
Municipal seciirltlns of this country are now nowyielding trnwyielding
yielding to low an interest return thrt the theattention theattentiun
attention 1 large investors is being directed o oIhe othe
the Sfiurltles ot Kuroenn lOvernmertH ntd ntdcltlM rstilcidea
cltlM The New York Life hns alw > beep a pur purchaser turctiaMr ¬
chaser recently of Mcurltiei of Jurnmnv and andSwtteratd nd ndSwilreraul
Swilreraul In the cane of f the Husslap rssIa bcmLs bcmLsas
as Ituvla Ls now n l ienge rge purdiswr tirciuasr of our Irin Irinend Irrnand
end steel praducts the money Involved In tbn tbntranamliohi he hetranMtctinii
tranMtctinii will not go lo llussln hut Ls beinic beinicfr befrii befriidLqhttrerl
dLqhttrerl here hereMr
Mr fr Olhhe 011 would not state when the purchase purchaseof
of the hiucstan tu slan bonds had been firmnged arranger lie lieIntimated lieintinuitied
Intimated that It was several weetn Ago AgoGAVE ageu04MG
GAVE 13IP011TK1I OVI 017 Of XKAHOX XKAHOXSill iL48OVgui
Sill Will Seek s to Have the New York Law LawDeclared LawDeclared
Declared Void as lo It ItAugust ItAugust
August Bllr a game Importer of 85 Barclay Barclaystreet I3arelaystreet
street hM appealed from his conviction In the theCourt theCourtof
Court Courtof ot Special SpeclalBesslons Hussions of having game In Inhis inhis
his possession out of season even though the thegamo thingrno
gamo wa was Imported from outside the jurisdic jurisdiction jurisliction ¬
tion nf this State Hen lie was as encouraged by the thoSpecial theSpecial
Special Sessions Justices nt the time of h t tronvlitlon sconvittlon
ronvlitlon to 14 make the appeal In orderthtt an anauthoritative soauthorItative
authoritative ruling on the ruInation might to toobtained beobtaIned
obtained Mr Slits counsel have found n nctlott OP OPclslon
clslon la the ca cae e of the State of otlsnw Now York Yorkagainst torkagainst
against the Hutlalo Klh tompunr umluultti in which whichJustice whtcliJustIce
Justice Lambert decided thai the lie New uw York YorkGame jorkGame
Game taw laws were unconstitutional unorurict ituttonni so tar ns pro prohibiting prohibitiri ¬
hibiting the Importation of ISme > ame Into tho Ssato Ssatoat Salcat
at any season unless It was proved that urn tlioarticle urnarticle
article Inirorted was a menace to the public
health or morale Counsellor Counsel for Mr Sllz Kint Kintrowltz iintrowitz
rowltz A t iUberg ot 3Jll Hroadwny ray that this thisdeciston
decision upholds them In their contention that thatthe thatthe
the law under whIch a line was Imposed nn Ml
Sllz SIlzwas wan unconstitutional unconstitutionalState
State Commerce Commliilon Resigns KeilgnsThe ResignsThe
The State Com > rce Commlsnlon of whloli whloliexMayor witlaliexMayor
exMayor Sohleren ot Brooklyn wits the Chair Chsirman Chairman
man and which made n recort to thin lovernor
last month has resigned having comidntod
Its work The commission recomtnenileU the theappointment limOappointment
appointment of another commlKSion to carry carryon carryon
on the lie work which It begun begunBronx begunBronx
Bronx Carpenter Demand higher Wages WagesThe STagesThe
The union carpenters In the tioroaeh of The TheBronx TheBronx
Bronx made a demand yesterday for tS2Cu tS2Cuday 325 a adi
day di and an eighthour workday work dirt to go Into Intoeffect intoeffect
effect this lila wet Most of thcsrpnt rs belong
to the United Brotherhood of Carpenters CarpentersOIIIJVART CarpettsOBhiUAifY
OIIIJVART OIIIJVARTThe
The R Rev v Maunnell Van Ilenswlaer I D I IIJ n nhJ
IJ D I of this city died after n rhcrt illness yes yesterday yeaterday ¬
terday morning at lutkewood N J where he hewas hewas
was temporarily living Dr fl Van Rencselrer Rencselrerwas
was born lu Albany Arnl IS 1810 1 e KBI KBIa
a eon on of the late John S Van Itenwlaer of that thatrlty thatcity
city and ann a grandson of the Iii Into Kiliien 1C l nn
Kenrnelaer ting In dinvt line of tli icrrit rent from fromthe frontthe
the founder of the Van ati Itonsvlaer I fnnilly In this thiscountry t lii liietrUrilry
country Hi unst cent rilticmeii > tin il llmny Itittt rnd rndeinyaudat I Ieniy
einyaudat eniy amal at Ililon t itloti Cnllfce In iMbhe ItIIS Inc wn tttts eralu eralusteil gmaltratnI
steil fruit Ihe tls Oenrrnl Tlienligtrnl Simlnnry
of the Protstant IDLrnpnl thunh I lunch lie I Ic was wasadmitted ti tiitulmi
admitted itulmi lIed lo tidy orders on June i it us 27 ifill l I I In I it
lean he became President rf levi 1rllpgp 1rllpgpigara I Ni Niirgara
irgara igara llty ity and In IN72 It hn was elerird President Presidentof
of hobart Cnllegp at t lierevn lie re eeeigttsut eeeigttsutpresidency > iiiei Im Impresidency
presidency of llnbnrl I linbit rt in IKIrtnnd I Fitt a nil went to Kurorti Kurortiwith itiru ios
with 5 liii his fairily a tr ii y llurinir I th l iit t yenrs of his I ri
life he mnde lilx lii home In this city l lit r Van
HenhMlaer received ihe Iii jlcer1 of ditnr of di divlnltyfrom divinlty
vlnltyfrom vinlty frrim IlilnrtC liege In ii IWinml iilo atini the degree degreeof
of dotor sh etor of Inws from 1iiMi t iilon Inllegti 5 illcge In lATI I 171
Me leaves n widow n dnughter two SOILS nnd nndeleven anieleceti
eleven graiidrhildrjn graiidrhildrjnMrs
Mrs Hannah letsrm We Seet t wife elf cut f MchrUs
E West S cit pruprletur of ir Teen n Onbles 1 able PlenAiire
Hay Now ew Jersey dipl yelrcUy of if llrlght
disease She was tire iaughlr fl 1 li Juwnphl ph and
Hannah I I Letson I ctsnn and was sea hum is rn ct e I I OMIT llrnnch I in rh
1KW Mm Wesl u > IHKIV of iKin Tnfl inblrs inblrswss iabiowas
was widrfy known Vlilr V Irs I ident t llnlwrl I I ribit r t ts ns nsUgliest ii
Ugliest a gimiet at ireen reer1 Itnblec nhlce last Summer I x xeMdent
ireittnt eMdent llenjnmln llnrrison I Cx Senator David
II I I Hill I I ill and other slaKfinirn hnve hint i rnloyni iHmuvi iHmuviprepared
prepared by Mrsi West WestTho VaotThin
Thin tier er Crorge rnrgs i Mrh 1 1 1 who dld
on Friday nt liLa lioin m Nrwalk N riei k nnn wn
the son of A i clergyman tin Kcr ii b hatntiel Snnni N uh > j
I D 1 He WM en born Mny 12 IN17 in Knirflild Fnririlr ld
Herklmrr rounty X V i iftsr fltr mmplllnc n ncourse acourse
course In Dedford Aradrmy tStrirti 1 ti ns itriclunleil grultrut ten
front Yale V ate t tcnller nlle t in n ilt KM an ciii 1 fr mi tl the KulMMpnl
Theological Seminary In 1M7 stireti he ln ii < WB WBordnlneU
ordnlneU a mlnisier He relinil al atiunitt uil Iweniv Iwenivyears isenicara
years cara ao making his permanent hmne m of ofwalk nr nrwalk
walk Ha I I e won innrrleil misil hut loth
iiiar utii t st ic is is HH HHare r rare
are den dent I He hnd no rhlldnn ii putlished putlishedwternl lrrtblLMbdceterrtl
wternl vuliimen vuliimenIUlnliU vrlttmealdueiti
IUlnliU Murge SiUrgee o eliti > iiiii iii I ruin nt hls re riirtIen riirtIenat idpnce idpnceat >
at 141 Hint Klgliteiiiih Hlreel Ill sits 12 2 jenrs jenrsdid ear
did ld an ciii vrns we born in tliit city lie I i nan rn rilirirtr rilirirtrof r ilticlor ilticlorof
of lbs i ontlnrntnl Natloiml N atiurtiitl Hank I lain and n vmhir vmhirol rfllbrtrf
ol the Century entril Club Of jf mvnl yenrs he Ii until Iwen Iwenpngigisl ireuncngngiI
pngigisl pngiis In the njaiin TtiarIaenhiIit ain enfnt nl n f Miernl Inrgc larguiitnhl nrgc nrgciits
> iits iitnhl one nl them u brng mif Hut nf the late Samuel utnttiel
0 Mitchell teiro lio was Mr Slurge Sturgesc falherla law
The Waist Waistflouse WaistflouseThe House HouseThe
The Silentis SilentisWater SilentisWater
Water Closet ClosetTJic
Tie quietest operating Water Closet Closetyet Closetyet
yet produced Unequalled from frontSanitary A ASanitary
Sanitary Standpoint StandpointTHE StandpointTHE
THE JlIYIOTT J 1 MUTT IRON WORKS
8490 Beekman Street StreetKutatillihril StreetlstatlIsiicl
Kutatillihril hIltS hIltSbpIIa 103 Fifth ATI ATIAOfn
bpIIa tMU1 2tWI 2tWI5nInJ
5nInJ 5nInJI
I I I
9 1rW tM 6 r r44r
44r A ARJJ
RJJ RJJl
AOfn l 31AX LOHO MiaSIlfO MiaSIlfO8onlnI
I
8onlnI SonlnLw w Says an Offer Was Mad Madturn to < p
turn Him fur n Ilnwurd IlnwurdMoses J JMoses
Moses J Van Name 82 years old die dieappeared dI dII
I > appeared from his hi homo nt 101 Heberton Hebertonavenue
I avenue Tort Hlnhmond Staten Island on Jan JanB an
B and IK ittlll missing William A Sloan his hllionlnlnwnlth hissonInkiwwithr
ionlnlnwnlth whom he livedhas searched In Invain invaIn
vain for him Hloan says he was In Rlchuondk Rlchuondkweek hilchntondsweek
week ago and met three men whom he knew knewand knewanti
and who tailed with him about abouttha thn lost Va tss
Name lie tfeused to It give their name hut hutaccording hutaecotr1in
according to MM lii story they asked him him what whatreward whatrewarri
reward h Was ofTcrlne for th the return of his
fatherinlaw He told them he had not set any anrsniount anyamtrttnt
sniount On tnt of the linen an Irishman then thentall theaWoli
tall tallWell Well Sloan If you make the reward large largeenough art artenough
enough there will hn no nt doubt of your finding
Ilieold man If n xuDlclent amount of money
is produced you wlil soon get him himfcloau himSIOnhi
fcloau sail that th men finally got himt himtprotuiBij him ti tiprortiIe
protuiBij that he would give 75 75Orndunt inOraiunte
Orndunt nf If Schoolthlp Killed KilledBARATOOA HIlledB4BATOOA
BARATOOA Feb 17Th parents of Arthar ArtharN
N Heanilp a recent graduate of the ichoolship sehoolali sehoolaliSt
St JIarys rpcpivvd word worn today that he hat ha
been Instantly killed by falling sixty feet froii fro froflits
the mast of the New York snehinoner chot ner Jeunlfl
Tubbson Tutika on Jan IHnnd 31 and hud boon burled at sea seaJOTTIXat se seJori1xos
JOTTIXat A1SOUT TOirV TOirVMounted rcHrxMnttnteui
Mounted PolIceman J f L Haver was thrown from frau
hlslioniv hI horns J r steIay tird y niornlnx in Crtitrsl P Issk lt n near ir irI
the Wen sr et4ttt ant ricelved erich enrere bruIses bruIsesin
I on in tho lb hub arid hip that 1m lad to tu ctrrlea tu bis
home homeTho burn
11
Tine Department of Illchnirahsi rorapleted pl plans ni
fora for a mall psrkln ti4rk in tlm iii triangle at mulCh sni sf1 murk
Street hetwriu Wu lVrrnt t End rtvenus veDU mu ud Broadway
Tlinpirk will to ie turfed suit nd a rtJMer IwJ ti will bo ill4 ial ialmit
out in ilin iii leiitrs of the plat platKeep plotKeep
Keep Well WellGcfod Wellwith
with withGOod
GOod Food FoodProper =
f 5 5f
f Proper Selection of Food FoodS FoodTIme
S = TIme Sure Way lo Get Well WellAnd WellAnd
And Keep Well use UieE useORAPENUTS
E ORAPENUT5 ORAPENUT5While
While getting over the grip and while whiuimy whilemy
my stomach was so irritable 1 could not noteat noteat
eat anything without distress I found I Icould icould
could take a dish of GrapeNuts with rich richmilk richmilk
milk and feel built up like I had eaten a
full meal and yet have none of the tin tinpleasant Onpicasant
pleasant effects of indigestion I wish
people knew its worth worthit
It seems to me trained nurses and
physicians could use it to such good ad adOrapeNuts
vamifage It is really the most nourishing
and easily diiested Icoi I ever tried
Mrs Myra J Tulier 1023 Troost Aye
Kansas City Mo MoirapeNums
OrapeNuts Food is now recommended
by physicians all over the United States
They know itnow it contains the delicate
par pariVnmh
tides iVnmh of PosP1hate phosphate of ° f Potash obtained obtainedfood
from the natural grains This Is the dc
ment Nature uses with albumen of the
food to build the soft
gray substance In In7Sf
the nerve ceniers braIn and solar piexus
in the human body The effect is In some
ways 7Sf like a stimulant bu but dogs not wear
off for t it is a natural rebuilding rebuildingMich
GrapeNuts cart be mede Into a great
many different and palatable dishes The
Postum Cereal Co Ltd Hattie Creek
Mich the pure food manufacturers offer
to pay a reasonable sum for new and de ¬
sirable recipes which may meet with their
flnnrnvfll I ariiaa ariiaamem
approval 1adjes
are requested to expert
mem and send In
their recipes As an anL
illustration A most delicious mock
Pumpkin pie Can be made front Grape
L Nuts after the v IUIIUWIIIB following recipe rctipui rour Iour
boiling water over cup GrapeNuts let
stand 10 minutes add 2 eggs 4 1 table
spoonsful o ol sugar 2 cups sweet milk < <
teaspoon of KiiiRer I teaspoon mixed
spices Stir over slow Ire until thor thoruts
oughiy boiled hake pie dough In deep
pan When done put in prepared Crap
LNUts < uts return to oven and brown
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