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Defeated. TROUBLES IN TZXAB. WSW ur at wemws irs m13 . 1 Lmmas July 2b.--The Now yak all. at So ram Bse wee.n. tis . got do paser. of the seamip (ity of cage, which ent ..Ire on b. reh coed r Emab . t. hove arried a livrwpoo Tlhe eeiq se tated th th As nota m amma amidwul be got of the rbeh ati wyat toe Lvpeee ih bbig ec~edb ta~jant.~momte mow n sem waS MNI= Mot "-,~p' propeler - w at throughost the might to proest her drnng of te reek an which h larms as emaght, to which event @be .ast have fosmiared. . bar fonWa o.Iarema. reperseo smpiataly .o 0 es. are.nrt w. eo of 6 otnto le o dT.w|.nb: er'''Titn2 from the itmeast omes wh I heatemi to the re ief i the etrane wommer. uphs imi wh o9 .1 wc overeimp the bea a*ra whr the hicyo .tre l th cmd gemrd beid a o e e oh a turnim but too cart, and the robetl did a quite clar vme L It abmk mo the toe ted IM emat the mom down. e-bdhi mm rohms, but w. ." oerwi" M* - -w&aMe --m thre. to the e Id mdsablod the Wie beels to be r n bforg into ar the . ....o n. wes bumebf to e o ata witer ate ds eOWN a. me-..e....r ---. .ereM hbera from th em, whik a, powe is o eet thr.d .agle. sleost e e the b- -.s Up thesetu but usta iwhid. the p madn le ans.ad .eft a d . butd e hml cstm eowly dbebemk t. beeknem af nd w ever m ben bed ut eaSd th.e to n the Ca do 14 eAco Whoi .. = joursy a my moer a chiden lThou were givem te bet oasm no to wae theied trip bb"n mme ItI mrve we . rek t.g ater beo hsstding of the vel ad tah rmm maniom tredr to the beach . I. -m . thetene tf hetas t. sh te aandfng olb~iy aibe~ag wsio deaa least M6 JIMr; but, hoprily, only Ar an In us..As meA ot th uer L Pampeas us b nwth am mile and e oh er ofebtg to bhe der asem3*er her alon, do be .,the ea.tvgmudmf redbar eeeditia she bed milmod her lblupon be cad. The DM1. em fellmds eryoborrm fromd ben of 1 am Cabyent mo Qme. see but msadhte * MY 101 Cheaged t, e0 . Arir who e b.e. of be =o~rmu, be babe drop from lb motes~ arm md spaL fmruon wit orwa of hummifty. 21e beany arm P 1eteb littlemos aejkbaeif ithod beeon hid to . . - .e .... . I .5.. a omed and r Ing :-;hm ;ws "fi dow bewbe of a @1W m urn oft lb erhosty " andA .7 -.""..1 - . w . c to ve bei beach r n.gm Sm.ne not t* UNo their am and mainim on be saaitig ROLee 5e epeut bme night in lomis Aeul Ireandete beach, a few we aesemmodeed is be MotJ1101011.., while others faod eater orur I"oto rpm bn eeeatt, Is Lnt a be e~as by ben afmao cim dptainsmg adw eM eabga Nty of bees who bad semied to bhe top cel .1W fiff o nearby bA= home a mote comfortable dahls thmn ahimi~mble am be beach Them who -m no mour smb emaoeiew ea at heod wen at bokable to ee ft ubemwo, md afte ple&s - beJ littl townA wee ab-- %-- Ir m. JOoeped 9 pam - ...r he...e ..a..th on M:rk 6, 1M, ase ?It Ceisooo Whe t in er atfag fog, oft e eha et' . Wed oa t LL e howtel In a few 1 e sad to er mye hiy -t undae . Mr. Peter Wright rt the a a m Steasehip Cume eat the pe of the in aER in New Od . R -"As for as we -a *a to ? ~.. dipi nmet me budy hor. I desr h."ow losg twbe 1 --- ewill be In ema die : o tem gaid I th d to thinit En be l bowee I don't know bow much will ON* to reper ha or how lef ISull take, Wu .Ide46 the very muce or tak r IM Asfr asour dpatehasayh do t a d e forward. We expet tha: @e F AN Oa y -e the day. The nem haft l ben laned .1. mnd oemod. No erw Ther were a Ier f andx imd t th eas~e ef the lume HM " thinmo n.T ao atthse th an e m tha the dnotip m g that the tole uod n o a metimage a wge G g otd thti t,- ..M atea. got~o 2%9 sembl a bot with manage for toe aginte thin monig The 6rt4eeg told briefy, as above, how the =e.ldM gee. ehe. Thn the meagee tothe effect the p nd aih and pu tg had bees A adely weres Eie. yThe m sieeer wes tina be pd flea after aleeOld a deiv4de reNaimo fhb laska onrescag s whthe e aid that t Waodw h ownclea endgood and If it *mam d O e yi thhelesip Wii undo.bt edly get off home time during today. Tin mma r e agents in Dowling areeo got a noun to thsoe effect. Later deathes rid that th tgbean from oeUnit d ad mtae d the mee the dl. er "a an s tire would try to geth BOeM rake. at Pret Pribe by the Awouns 116merv(erwima. VToOMr, IL C., July &.-The excursion enJn Quefo hse arrived at Nanimo fmo Almad ahonning the xer that twenty-rve sadf fo heoner flying the Brith fog, to w55of with te British stamor toqulin ehartered to act se tender to the sealing feet, have all bees gathered In by Clapt. Hope f the U. SL revenue steamer Corwin for vdlo j t United States revenue laws. The Co rlt sperim ays: "The Bitm "Her weoquill e of bserouver, IL . (0 Qhruinn u.Qun 4Assistant Enginee Brlsolon and was turned over to the U.o oilet ot customs for violation of the reve su. ue. The n a wo a elied by Capt. Booper at Port ftceoPrince William mound, is June 22 for *having blank raafeet on bad, shoUn neither cargo nor paoengers, and for entering and towing vees oni of the parts'ofAakaandbr storesto and re "The tn ri~tihshaons weat b1r2 Porcti Ecef and afUnited g .en without try or permit. werer were oberved by Leut Quinn ofthe Corwin, who, dinguised in citi am's clothing. bad been out to Port betha. for the purpos i watching the movements of the sehoone. M sealmers The Cowuillan is a ingle mw propeler of hSr tog n car "Th twelve men and fivt pBritngis ad had on nearly 6, sethekin, valued at h70, hbedes all atorm for the fles. he i cleared by the Union Steamship Coman of Vancouver an was hae e d by the ori C orumb ealer' Unitedcateos of Victoria. wnhe twisty-five British schooners were hoarded in Port tches, and after being given resonemle e for weather and reirs, they wee orded out of theharbor. m reis of the Coquilan leave all the ritish melag eStIn the northern waeson without myee. The Coqulla i diharegi &D thecteda whh received fro Enga eale and ao daer all stocks whin she wt going top .Oor se s heal e when e was take, Inotho e trnyprtgerdd h "The ter ~ thooner and the British la port of Ete when the arwin emu Into the harbor and gathered &M in.g About all the eelers in Alaskan water have been boarded by the (erwin or efter United States war shlps forming So pa McTe canr aseerofut Haser end wam he han kna of n 2,4wa. ~The --aM=an te tg o bse outo i teh aeho d e from thikr syoe of =h i thousain them home This a h be h uthe, - they a Nfite for the whole eason, but a few maybe Departetoha ree nyc.un-M igse does not appear to be e emperes at h tig besupposed. Capt. J. L (Ous, ireiI ent ofteaolers' Asociation, he quesios at bu. are not affected at augwrong-doin charged against the samur in for going too class to Alaskan inoll to reader th mpplin consigned to the ma . Of oure d.o had no manifest, So STxpetlnto get to any port, nor did she hster r d tohes, a theen ae no officls of ygovernment located the. She left port with. complete store list, however, and ecm okd iety with other foram As there coul bno chage aginst her of attempting to de brad the revesms laws by sugiggo.Into Almsea for ame the boat wolMe la to Aiesoon era more JerI penalty upon the EmAs.! "hae se thenines of "erhaps at n. The esin ad other rgo ou not be W A Ied ot not befng res~dl for the mis ,an I'Aopobe a ntnosete dafse f at yboosm. hooner, tn they had trandierred their mshse h it would bhe mor like sixt tho=A=d tansixoe tomntf A beetngro the neo g~atedos Dto Nthe, atethog deheee in the oe tO~e Re s Resonved. Nethro, they tate streebest o tetv Daneatme ha=re=== Many temmun Gaytioa rem e Daig fle n eadt reprtead Qtyree etpochn eetngaasa.se Oluses , OUsisP ee N.- wsm E. hat 1m eaes Julyat .Mser BletPra eeed the followin cai fo isgn me ti sat Ad 'G esoet haaNnsro eezwea. se~ei|o he . bttalyde.e. (ned) . asnu,.ereyf e. Tern. THE PEOPLE'S PARTY brthebhed at manas i d the eestoat the people to their utrmost depth. I have returned from a geeose whee I temands ofme who he eme smette as men soul and esat-3ml dm e a T for namo dM... l " - "'' " m " 2UM ONMAA CONTR22M. TasasEiary Omimm- and a nmsses Thboa. OKaNA, July .-Mr. TerrMs adiesn a eenventimn today wsheered vigorosy. Chiman Ihbm k them introduced as tem porary charma C. . Eallgtenet Georgia and Surrendered the gavel to hm. J. W. Bayes of New Jersey was made tetporary C. P. f a mi.. and JesseMinsm stowe of asli sistandgmts, M Ulinglo proceeded in a *aw""t labored to deliver a podeoua which was only se anal colouy and akwrdy onind imef l Te convento .bega to give .vidsee at wearines and luu-na s thie longedrawn.ous OIL. When beSm to rer to the th Presiden Po at a&aiane he did so feli and a momewhat dramatic scene occurred w him remarks were inter u d b brnging upon the Stage a large par At the conclusion of the speech " ter" Todd of Illinois was introduced and received with loud cheers. She came forward and pre. ented to the convention a gavel carved by Mrs. Ben . Terril from the wood Utmber itsn by Washington and grown at Mount Bister Todd delivered a ringing address in a voice that penetrated a parts of theheRL aroused the great audimn to a high pitch of enthusias. caz. oF TAM SrTAT. The states were then called for members of committee on eredentials. It was found that theSouth Carolina dasuon had not yet ar. rived. The credentials committee wea directed to meet at once. A motion *Ms made by a delegate from New Hampshire to take a recess until 1:10. This was amended to 2 o'clock. Before the motion was put it was announced by Mr. Vandervoort of Nebraska that there would be a reunion tonight of the blue and gray, which was received with prolonged chers. A distribution of a lag quantity of mail was made to the delegates from the stage and then the motion for recess till 2 o'clock this 9fter noon was put and lost. A motion was then made to appoint a com mittee of one from each state on permanent or ganization and one from each state on rule,and the convention at once proceeded to a call of states to select comimittee.. A mac s TAZRU. At 1 o'clock the convention took a rees for one hour. JUDGZ Gn1nAN'a AnSOLUTS DZCUNATION. INnDANAPoLs, I9., July 2.-In view of the interest in this city and state and throughout the country in the possibility of the nomination of Judge Walter Q. Gresham for theresidency by the convention of the peols party at Omaha, and his acceptance of honor, the News yesterday ent the judge the following dispatch: "the you% saomen for publication In the d'aapo.* ill you cscept a nomination from the Omaha convention if tendered?" In reply the News this morning received the following dispatch: "Orleans, Ind., July 2. The Zuteany News, Indianapolis: not accept on any pla form. W. Q. OasMa. MEAD INES DRAWN. One Th-sa Armed Men Geard the Car nege Works. PITrJune, Pa., huly 2.-Fully 1,000 men were on guard at 11 o'clock last night in Home stead and around the Carnegie steel works. There is no possible approach to the town and milk that is not strongly garded and the "dead lines" are wn clear around the fifty acres of mill yard. No one can pass through the line unless he has businees ot his own a takes him that way and if even then if he is not a mill worker o some sort or a resident of the town be cannot The advisory committee have fully matured theirjAns and the whole body of men move toge r li elockwork. There are nine men night and day for all of the different posts. Twice a day the men re portand their work is mapped out Today a complete system of signal lap "Id w~ andthe nigat guards t t The plane have been so well matured that 1,000 men can be had at Sa t In five minutes, night or day. y the men are receiving their pay and notices of discharges. The best of order prevals and no trouble is aped a= is"hRSothing new In the iron Scale situa Van. No more signatures have been received and no important change in the condition of affairs is looked for before the scal conference next Wednesday. CAPITOL TOPICS. TUn ZiOT-Mou A.r. Pas=un. Yesterday in the House after Tax Ta's report as a day's work for laborers under- the govern close the debate on the bill fiing eight hours ment in the District of Columbia was farther debated. Pinally Mr. Tkreney desmanded the ofee y~ Dcesn(y) had been voted down the nbil was pu ne spsae On a were-ya, 7166; nays Senator Mandereon, as President pro tesapore of the Senate, Thursday presented petitions of the Epworth League of Hamline Methodist barton Avenue MethodIst EpiofChrhand of the Wesley Chapel Epwv ImLague. all of this city, praying for 4LInsertion in the bill making apprpitosfor the world's Colum bian ezpetion of a clause pobtngthe eale of Intoxicating liquors wihite iiteaof the exposition grounds. vo nnuca oovnnamawT ar.arm. Rlepresentative Beker (Parmers' Allance) of Kanmas Introduced a bill In the House yester day proposing a reduction In the salaries af governament oemtls reaeiving more than 161 wa. By the bill the Preddent's is a 2,0;the Vice Preeident's a the eabinet oee at P,00: chiet jeseo the u Cort, 7,000; thes associate jas the 0uem Couft, he Hes, 00 TEMPUst IN A T.APOT. What Adjutant Gesed WUnamanSage Abset the Obrwd Ceflege Desto. ActIng Adjutant Gaeral Wiliams amid this morning that the question .t detaing an armsy o~cer as military instructor at Girard College, Pkadepa, from the newspaper notoriety It had attained struck hism as "a tempeet In a tea He col not understand the maatter. "The facts were that Girard College had ased If it were pessnels for the War Depart-' east to detell a United BStte. eoeer for duty there es instructerin madernmit testses. "The state of Penasylvai seesived haectsbut - wern ix o$er te wuh ether states .e .....d wisw hed not been for b andeas Glass Conag wasse khew. as am of the foremast Ii n the esntry a- deteR was anatethe een New, V f meg.desse% wam e United gta sm t to beese ese lan met, wsteag a t e e new ee. eesesqMmb emse eswe m The i nihs ismdea met 3wdew ska e ens bhed 40 mdsdieem Qse ba e.dest kelem mmm 040 ApSseplese- Oft. aum W. Taler (n.) whO aft =mob& beSse be - of e e ae&, 0mes be aesss st bos me qam puenewt. aebs a ght thatma dsseerte wuh eir hes majesty e t te era quarum. 049 bal &se and seveene members aesp"nded Is their amoms A msessage hen as omss Mk bi t o po.eg ats n es erhe wa IRg. the g o ebe T4tIa bses0a - it'.ve with ) Obetd- 0nb, 1m..err"'dtmn-...a.. liMMt endm to e*a ressintue m nel o0 ausm of Mr. Ontalig .t ed es *et wh as e.. eli-am toay t he to m"et em Tumsday usxa, sl=m amme rbee==t en au. Mr. Dockery (Me.) sebuitled a 1..1peulg eameee report en On District of nCsi.aa ppreuiaIo bil d 1 was agreed t. 4 1M. L A. I. APtmSanUM. , Mr. Dynum (Ind.) moved tht the es ses be tastrcied to propse and agree te enama. ment appropriating MfUSk to be paid whely frem bhe revenese of the Disriet, for the proper expenses atteading be Grand Army enemp mseat at Wshntm Mr. De =roud(N.) moved to ly Ur. 2y smu's resolation en he MIe. Lost. Yeas 5 " ." I .. s..M was coned I m Mr. =a a motion. Yers, 174; nays, 2L Byn 'smeMoas agred to-wsmlS; ''unther emm~aes w.. orded. - %i*ann ama wmanno an r., Mr. Blanohard (Ia.) "ubsitted the comb. sme report on the river and harbor bill. The previes question en the adoptica o the was ordered-yes, 152; nays, S3. r Brets (Ind.) moved a recess nti 3 o'clock. The motion (after a wearisomne wait fora quorum) was defeated. -r* Taylor (IDLl) moved that a room betahan until 2M5. No Oranng, public business was =as zo and the oue prI- de to paysai able tribute to the memory ot be late Senator Wison cc Maryland. ERE OToV= Frrr D Nr= Rew a Difleulty Tmet Begn in Washing ton Was settled in New YOrk. tram the New TYek JaMs. "Gracious!" "Why, what's the matter?" "Oh-er-nothing, I-er-I was only justa bit surprised." "About what?" "N-n-never mind. I just saw sometying bet startled me, that' all." Lawyer Abe Huambi uncroespd his leg., looked at his fair client a moment, glanced about his office, and then looked again at the beautiful woman. as he remarked: "I don't mse anything so wonderfully startling." "Well, never mind just now," replied Mrs. Stickney as ahe became more and more ex cited, "1m so happfy, oh-h-h, so happy," and then she burst out crying. Mrs. Sticknev. XM Edward 8pine Stikk neyor im EtW Adams of aWbsi D C but recently of No. 302 East 90th street, baa just entered Lawyer Hummel's office yesterday morning when the above conversation t place. She had celled to see about commencing suit for a divorce, which it Is likely will never come to court. Mrs. Stickney is only twenty-two years of age, a sweet, tte little affair, whose eves are big and blac Mde by long lashes, and a form so slight and that it always attracted atten tion, w rfeet and hands are the atest Mr. Enmel had taken an unusual interest in his fair client, as useal, but more especially so this time because she was so petite. She called on him last Monday and told a por tion of the old, old story about the cruel hue band who had deserted her for another woman. She wept and went on just as a woman twice her sise would do under the same circumtances. but at first stoutly refused to tel just what the vital point of her story was. She said her maiden name was Ethel Adams, and that she was born and brought u o te west i of tow by a maiden aunt her parents having died while she was quite young. Her aunt had some money and sent her to a boarding school in Waahington. While there she met her present husband, Mr. Edward Stickney, a treasury clerk, and a winter of lovemaking, under the most 7 circumstances, decided to make him her husband, although her aunt objected. For two years Ethel and Edward continued to make all sorts of promises of fidelity to one another and the maiden aunt, seeing the ease was 7ua.., told her ungrateful niece she ould choose between her 17.1.and the young tree clerk. Ethl Eddie. and as he was = nto he-ybr, said good-bye to antie and started out to And a minister. A clergyman was foind over in Jersey City and the wedding ceremony performed. What became of auntie Ethel is at a lon to know but thinks she still lives somewhere on the Vest Side, though it's impossible to attempt to And her as she was always moving about. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Springer Stickney went to Washington to live and all went well for the Anrt year. Among other things Eddie presented to his wife on their int wedding wa pair of riding gloves. She didn't go ridigvery much, but then they were handy to have case About a wee after the first wdigayone of these emergencies arrived, buEhe ould't baih bureau draweal r i an Ethe inqire abuttheir strange movements. rsckney knew nothing shout them at first, but fnally told his wife that he had then another girl driving and took the gloves along to prov that his wife's hands were mailer Then there was war, and though Eddie prom ised never to do so any more petite Ethel watched him more closely. She found he did not keep his promis, and after long delibera tion, according to her story, deided to leave him and go on bhe stage, just as other poor de serted wives had done. The day she amade up her mind to g forever mshe pceupall her clesbut to And one th e rdn lves. he isared cot of her little kn in street and cams to New York. She was anbeto find her ant, but ea did find a friend or two, and fimiy s otred an ,engagement with Hallen & Hart'. "LaerOn" companytog to the Pacifi se. and gazed at thes Pacific ocean. She also kep bhe one glve and wondered again and e what ha-c.a of the other. he bad en peoted to be rpdyadvanced froma the small part helydto something that ayhr, sa, er orWW a week or mm bat iwm 'tso when the cmayreached Dem wer cub way hack she rgndand went di rest to Washington to findthteergo. Mr. Stickney had resigned from b~em Deatetand had goe ao e Yorkwaal to eorn back to New York and get a divaee. Still she couldn't find her aunt. Ethel waited until her moey wae almost gm before she went to Mr. Humel. In at she didn't hae a hepof evidence except whtshe hoed and what sethought and the glove-Nf she eenid only Ead a wosman with haa smalt eengh to fit the other ene. Whiis she had teld her soyto the basin la yehe told hernot to feel as her ha. sadmgt e e-, d-spta shou..ht Yestesday mrnng whem she mssaed Mr Nummel's e~ee for a final cnference shewa amere detemanna tha ever. Mr. Ramma told hrasrywhich made her and b h amtte sheloved i. bogthe stll loved hrand w Ell. y adIn fbm bhe as e emte her sel to befesadled tabis aas h he deimse ~J~n~'a de, heat feest der a.hfe..a... ...~ ....go~mhg everse.e..heh m''*2 ."e'Ih|"'iht*y.'m. we slee.w..mr" MassQ lm g d A. a. auu====w. A n -emmas sR a ~ ~ ~ &o ateasmsan a ass su ms amk 3nge ma mC - ema a waam Mr. Deemy spinbessethen gs 0= dw *@bu On s 4 A. 3. AUM 04 @mAt far stene sessapal, "M Raw& %VW. " a 1Mssa.. a..a.. ame -.-.---. 4r. iam eseesa sin ma bgi e m ebemae esge be -agp.e PdhisemerMuimemetftiaeseses Mr. Do Anmead me as to by *a matem en 00 t&&. nas 1 00 , MA M. Dedmay e. of - -mmqm a L TWA s =N e. Me. . e aema e sesm ga mnamie. Ter., nas sep, S. Mr. Do Aamm espemedm uumkIbehg aMs ir as apqepties wa -ass a suaa ekadube aade s or am . m bmaft as I..- be -I: - I -Tihsyesmeti see sem utangb Mmn et tak te Mr. Dowfimnms at%& s %Msee. dbft am t soma &ase e . smoe . m. SN& ms. 3wnm'e ebsine. Mr na ir erm asmaka as 1m, Mtmme that to ahe smha. appe-pam- mas wta Snewm i a" s p u e Mr.~Ni Sod ft t sit NOWe. Cob erAlaemaep-ose a p.... T he tce thtISm teMium mreyaa me seshadsa he avaibble after the *m6,we -a....u.. hb -niab citshm la been emhbsss. . a vive Too* wes te zl*es0 w adopted. The m"an wase dams Mdw maued by Mr. Amod. Mr. BYm'. remakmoi at fulkwm e ON Hoo" . On am d eDistet bi by a vote of ne i to.e rm r f eor er. W;rem ..ua ..amer -seme .i TER 0. A. . IMCA3151. It-* reaet Em.n Av~ r gm.sm anas During the past week the tulewiug G. L 3 poets have applied to As eiosams' Grand Arme e-mpmn c.-m--e for gertes: W. A. Jackmen Pas o, K. G, Abmay, Y. 75 Sm. J- A. Hayeock Post, No. S, OhMI, M., U VAIL W. - 7ompeas Poi, So. 13, Oufbrd, p1. o sn. F. . Long Poet, No. s, WiunmaM., O.. Winter Poet, No.4, stabra @ .stage, Com., o a following tor 92 T-11a No. h N E bmgeo to-, .I.tan A. a "whaflou ot leeGa rsreumatlqg pot from vae foUmmaetr in Wyomsing county. Pa.: TuNa ., Netry., e am Pw s a' Westb~ Bas ambr dt'ge Q nere, Eddy "'- en oPat, 6eamt, eh a ubour;, a es nmet seL CEO* Bd fttewlO Noit -- Ne e OrweP , Windseer, N. ahos'A. nluavwV= amen3Pos, iln Ph., 40 am; IL 3.P aohgg Pew, N.614 15ama w.: Me PodaNo. % , 49 af; A. L rt the uar, Amesem, N.T.. 0 av Poet, No. Ill. Nabe. ROpide NGb. ..*-n - Chanihy Ntt, zo, am&naves, mob, 10 as; K=w- Peear 31,o. M Case. nowie N. Y., 40am. N fonowing poeS he a w during the ves weekar :lhe else s fom most I of m Pbrasp.sa3, V f D.oln Pad9im i, IWermm m to aambrergese' sa 10, ambldg; uryPos., ll. cheme 0. 0. HowrdPos, 3.LadowH.A. Raes Peek So n Pester Pa, BMW; West. %Oa-romasUDnby e Pe. Poet, g, Weti wlho ws an'her sed budig C. Sumnerw Poet,, Growshmal tNa.' for m setse 114 me Sath aPmsi, i.is. N. .,.awe Wemm1Lr neiwes s. Calur4muma.. Cal v5. et 85a, Dema, Nm., bei h -etmaSirssag reabe Ims Gamin.se ge Mmmt who t emis m. artsngt. a., er m-teg Iaue item maasstns Haeebs ha ispeh ,16hawe esulseh'm Bh Meta as beM ab V.. - ~ame ws, ma m. Me Selaget tift Von Will .B m&s geat mle OMMMeo '.-m.m. Assmgterie intos " off 4en11010 lowe Me MA some ever so do KMes NMeSa Q0 wQlb U e .Q O pendMr*l teMe eW se baliaV.e dt and wl dom be enmored so asme...aeeamme ihn ORa 08011s40t= EWm M A e A es sdo Sm w a Q f.o VaFee nse .e~ -oe as -e.ass *ader as Ta t uS we e behee tha s ne. -eef th. l be =menh ea"eg 1t '6 K I "me amye ef ama oleoamin bes. t e emVa GVo Ree Mnd emte ameanae et Uu o d e see egen mem e er 411e -S eter yane*wta. Aeh.USe h bthe boo mmto oh oe t0 adobe of a m. f= W The e geeverer me betp use aee heapta &a sms.i~ but it ke seet bervice h s -.. a s bill by t b . ege - and ctig asiset aeg e Vite mari sant e re darn .uesp wrsefmA hr vw the rena Ne members of obi. aeuse; th as t ehe , or aV ampse eas setn et wthe -,sk m a se s a a ied to send r a s 3KVW T ACMA223L han i ad t. by an emm r of E0e0sie byte.0 se mar m0Ime emma a pieur bqms e Medical seem ar acting sambayt marme of the a heepif erne. servinr eIn e fIie ado Wet Me MditOe and ch otheru s eas bseamI bet vmmhaaa of n at w.nds aMv -ateoeer e Oo ier am reat Ohein Various tause. nd the oce eY do busme s. b ied ups be reame e Cd6k Fejey iag the ftarter -a of die eessd h vsethe temathis renraing de meaelierl who hes. wh .--fo, b tee f the good. bery hagi my net omfe witi r thn epped ee ords 5ed Judge surt--ance of sl ead lod thor.tsa onye e s ae drkt te ge est c te rtom. u b th of te es emprt. in their, Akistr ad"o te aieii uay si ro the sad t dee thpw way a* Chy pi; a ...etms faele ) i o. Thmy are further direted be persnaloly a thrao te dwi ot an Aspotant to 'ih he dw eiestearrive in port, if need be. and aeie. terem on board. Abe o notify hw ueA of ee. Vac.ine Points of relewbbe hersober are comtentiu ob ha.d in the gfic of ph amarinte hoiAg service. we e ay . will he maccaed an sppctiona. 2XIC AVOWEV OWIUT dUET Uth'sd fa bthe amnd eWaevedaa he e d * at M rk.rryW he Jury in the --- we---re dibrged tar o termy toi e by Judge MOW, who Wally theAhd its members for the go"d darn by them. Mr esee Laussmogh, bneif of d jury, theseed oe.efo. wa, and, e few Very hapiy fay ed wors. i iedJudge Xller with an dlepot 0 nV ca "a mart of the arm*teepsee eamiattlned by e Jury for the curt . =he Jury, said Kr- Ltatbrghb deeply ap pre the sethe co-siewan a we ...sch Veen sad we deep y graidfled n ears tO ey ead so nei succeseedto Vblr l.bors. Clerk Wape s Pres"ted with a Immadmons .d-memnate Grhasa acd NcaM.Me et ad Cer oa wit Pardee. he atwees hoed reeiia n wer, in . now hoewr tmer A the C. C C's New eme The Cambis Cycle~lub opmed their pW4m Party M .V.at..e It W ay Atiad. Dancing In o..n ar wa, i-d.g.. .. by ..... te aitanee. At 0:11 the party rethrned St 68 club's aer hmuse "A ejoyed 60 ftmde. both val and et ee wi ben aedom stratima fteig. Mr. Hey Ward wit be I- a-teinatce and will give them et on apperinafty to enjoy him trick r&Mg.& '"" i.a' wic have b e e ..t..L te Presdet toay approed . rese Mmmasum of leretry of V. 3iavy Tracy be the 'me -Of the oourtumrtist ofCommand. Oaham, which s a.t he be Ihee athV fee o r V. Ie of Wmyadere ad be be gesemed frome paomois for a period of matr years ad t e madre .nly oneh am. pay. Comanuder Grayhes uaince Dmmand of V. madivr deist adRichnenes, Vpa.me wase er d with conduct anmu at eitmer .d a M eem aa and t e d o a da i m a rs . piV.b the Uc of Navy,.imemory of ' of Umbl Porter. Thelldes of V.cwS maroel was that hbo be. but V. Pmee. deut miegned On meaems, ma above II. aS Vthe beta of asteen of V. cew UW mon"e aserey. Proma. ...... . avy ab.e.. ..ae roo cormmanier, which bav. beau te. rnl Spmfbg oehe. eein.. be .est a ......right e ..s Usiiew of teas Wum.i ay 0e. eay.lnca 35vm Ieeamanes y esedttee. Dining V. math obuy eeeusi d..er Jbs ama *IOSUSS be dvsed sheds Ietoast ayeab. wil be 1~edemedfrm ester aase tese eto *ke'Z, s a eoreapem ea t 'emea 5..e...t....p. V...s UV aa @sam , M md~4M ounaf =*noG Weboft Onld m ftfu wwi VWNL mme~ ~W %am ts W~to =4 PUNIa Leuf soolms bv o mAm -, m uffto op d tts Ofe e~abb fte VWW Oba &Wtb hadi r no NImt, bobs$ I~Weetiq =A -' SStems a. Offim for us ya:C. M. ftw, gems. J.~m M. =% w#% e mOW ij-- dm1smK odb @swsop 1By . 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