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t Ibl t bond detalneJ In the hosJlI hosJlIII
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II t m fllhe for some time timeII
111 l p1ab1r that MrL Irs Nation w1l1 w1l1r v1l1gve
II noilikrJ1 nt lkCl she d deCIarLg lares that thatlit ti3RtwII
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lit wII 11I relume ImmediatelY ulJon ulJonItt
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illlIN that Ju Jue ge 10 ellll ellllLA
trlWrdonlY ieasrd COIY on
Itr te LA S I lPIlrlne Lodge
4t I ner Bull BullwI UIII tonight n njl placed Cal Ilc Mc3lr IlcwJ
jl wI e lImn azen lrllt and III III1at 1Is 1Isiite
wJ 31r Iole under peace bonds bondsnt
1at iite e Southard dellltred a 6cn 6cathIn thin lid lidt1 odLiii
nt T j1I ge Nation leaders eaderufte4 110 110the
t1 Liii tu lhe t three that I re NI NItJo Nati
the opinion
ufte4 and said aI those who en enIIU1led vflcuiged
tJo I I tnane methods at reform ought oughtIGb
her 1It
IIU1led 10 IGb IIbamed oC themselves themselvesTtt the arrest or the theIht thethue
Ttt arrant out br brW1m byin
were sworn
aOOIe named li liDr
Iht loeser lie has also begun IJeunal beguniS
W1m in aIc10 tre8plo oganlst oganlstJrL
iS al for l1allcloul Met III Crist 1188 Southllrd SouthllrdII
JrL Satlon Fganlc Murphy Dr Dras DrEoa PrFi
cII < II tcflonald fcDonaldFrank Chadwick and anllRI
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RI F W V Emerson Emerson8JI
a slnsatoln was as pro proltw produCfj proS4u
lbat ql
ltw 8JI saloonwreckers camp campfcvnl campMn campihn
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three ot ofh ottheir ottheIr
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under under3da unllerbond tinderbond
been put
wmb aembel1 > had ha
their h lr
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tobesued be
bond 3da and dotheri otbert were r
are looked for forh torIn forIn
tmtn a8
this morning nmu nmumt ar argUaetI u urne
In tb h hl city
vttt WCt given in the case ca e brought broughtit broughtlalut broughttaint
rne aetI mt tI
taint it Mr lFl Katlon tton by the proprietor proprietorf
Judge JudgeuM Juegeabe Judge3rtbe
erked Serate
th h ur
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3rtbe abe uM aal he would take the th matter matteraJMsement matterun1el matteru1e
un1el aJMsement until Thursday Thursdayi Thuradaynrnlrg Ihursllayl111rolOI
l111rolOI l111rolOIrl nrnlrgMTL
MTL rl i Nallon atton a received a tdesramthU tdesramthUftwnc telegram this thislIernoJa thisttenCn
of a CMcaro Chi Chio
ftwnc lIernoJa > n Irora a manager
caro o nock to k comjiiy tom any offering her low lowrr 500 500r
rr r wwk k to play rIa In > temperance lem erance play tilaylEh pia piab playh
lEh b answered Sot ot yet while hlIe I nave naveot hneollarnt avet
ot ollarnt t mitt Mine11 aenle aenlewmm senzeiviiii
wmm JU1 t1Iis iois iMpnciui iMpnciuiIsotlli mlrClmnNorth iMViCIILINorth
Isotlli North Carolina CarotInaIloue Home After ftcr Chief ChiefJustice ChlerJUilice CidefJutlee
Justice 1 U M 1 Sureties SuretiesI lurchuRalelrb urchesfltlgh
I Rjlelib S C Feb UTSe lower lowerTfwaie 101 loweroule r rOUIC
Tfwaie OUIC of l the e Central assembly of North NorthOrcllci XorthaJf NortharoUz2
Orcllci aJf i pa p8m paed sf a rwolutfon MoMlolltadar today call callJcf callt
Jcf C t for totthe the t Impeachment Ww the bar barWtluimttt barot barof
Wtluimttt ot Ihl tenste mse etCkltt of c Chief Justice David M Msnd MIUNbt Muxrhes
uxrhes snd nd Associate ASI < xlate Justice Robert HobertDdujlan RobertDuI RobertL
L Ddujlan DuI 1I of the upreme court of ofJNonh otonh oforth
JNonh onh ftrollnt ftrollntI Cari Jo3 Jo3The
I The resolution charges the Justices justlCfS14th Justiceswith I Ice
lulih with 14th Mh hjfthhcrlmes crimes and rnlidemeanors In intire
Office tire ce In a that t at they therlslu Issued certain certainII pro proIKS proI prorntees
tees II H D a case of a political nature natureII a
JAil II I thou vctlcjfcrtlie votlor for the resolution were l erree erreeDocrat
IDHnocrati IDHnocratif trnocrats trnocratsTcinorrow Docrat DocratJtorrol4rUdes
f TcwroTdrllclfs Tcinorrow Jtorrol4rUdes artIcles of Impeachment Impeachmentuate
tI ti drawn r up and presented p ented to the therom thentte
uate ntte Ibis Mill fJt suspend the Judges judgesC
ton rom the iitrclie of the th th duties dutlthe es of their theirOWfatlce theirChrt
C ce ceCtiel
OWfatlce Chrt IUJtlce JUlf Porches Fu h es is nearly 70 70M 70o 707ei
11111 ct ctse rtl JUttk Douglas UgJOS IR the Ihae
M tf fttHin o Etl ben A Douglas pee and was at almI
e the private secretary r rr to Gen GenItolf
KwOrcrArld Itolf Orer ArIdljails dlanlls Lands Hill HillFeb 11I11rIhlrtfon lIIItOhlrgton
rIhlrtfon Feb F e b b11m 18Represpntn 18Represpntnn
11m daho Tonne ong DC of Inr 0 0e Oregon r o n and Wilson of ofIi otharII
InjuJrtd In rather spIrited ex exI
harII tday In Ihetlir ths Iloune ouee cOIllIllIt cOIllIllIthe I
I Ce on
arid landl
01 ovr the
report or orn I
Xllan arid I land an bill Mr 1r WII WIIhln
n hll
inured to report the bill and anilto
hln chalrmanr rrl
the chaIrman Mr Tonllue de delDeDbtr
to enterlaIn the e motion Ih Ihaccer the ther
lDeDbtr r COmm commeatd entf In Il personal personalaltlt
sneer on the vhairrnana hal r lIn II eoune The Thtejer
tIter sj ami
amicably adjusted and Mr Ir Ir4k
ejer ot K8DM8 iID en sag
Ii Wft as authorized
4k the v to toOLKSALR toIIPIa
e t f
relXirt T The e bill sets aRllle aRllleltl
ltl IIPIa for 01 PUbfclan PUbfclanI public lands s I In n the arid mini lalldj
r j purpose s ot storing Waters
tldalrulnr th the e arId sections sectionsflHOLESAJjgiio l <
e Mt0 lan KlIJe KlIJeIDe
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I IDe lad u a W Wotnn oninn I linn ljnR 111
rut Falls ront rem
Ia Jea1 a ISOne man
lIoman Is
itr Is rlously dying nnll Il police
wou oUMpll ns a
a hOtlng lcNult
RV IIhlrh took IJlace SUIHIII Sunday
I 1 iVsin lith tar fUie Smith Bell in II n raUroll laboierl laboierlmto laboler
ran a Officer
1PearJ pearM
tint Irn One and Smith oJlenel1 tire
I be other Just took erreit In the Ie leg
I drpped above the hilI 110
> n hl8 hi knees
t Ending n lng file and open opened d
bUllrlR Into
1r killIng him Smith s snn
Utemnllogan ikenisa Hogan
1111 at la latally recover but the
Wounded WoundedIirD W0UflddRrue
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don Feb eb IRThere
14 rumor here Is an uneon
Ir I bu today that lrlsleent
rr Es hard ard drllCted draft aettlng aet II perponalletler personal letter Vo Vothc to
ltd forth the noer
asklnrr for
hll hi
ttatfcn ttatfcnlorelgn ttItInfOTelgfl mnjestya con cony c
lorelgn ornre here
tlment that Mr Ir INlnres the
at BritaIn lruger has asked
I Iblr hib set forth the terms
f bth lb peace would be
Arlca to be quite untrue nnnouncell
J HIISrJ mSOIlT nJlllm ltAIIIfn
ne n the
Drnhtror flter cjf JOllnilll It
i tOtk t Ifoilln 0pte 0pteW
j n Dey or the
led by y D Street gamblinG gamb resort reortkn
fltFirt trl
r It
I t A Attorney ttorne
rttut lIt Which Philbin
I 1 a number
tluJlnjt some tll peo to toI
ti fsuod men oC
prominence prominenceI
I JUtUc eZamIncd ulllln d at a
I In the room COurt set up upI
ar made on which
the thoI
1 Tlnrnanr Xirfla0y anllke Nixon head ot
kn lb1 Thull committee
laid toldi the th bc beginning
IlcrnIth I tnrnlsh5i uPOn J the orlgfn31 nnlng lines or a series Herleslaid seriestoldi
IlIar Philbin tldence to District DlstrlclIlIar
I oC lie
I rtJ n conceived the theI theof
tt Juctd In Ihe
f tllTt r a hanlls ot the thott thekt
Ira In krtat mass
all ot evl
lair i
Aort9 oC
I cg d not violators or
t Wh0t lh ith to state at
olren o
1 e It 1tould th the CldenlP eridenee
tlllJake te make Itntwr Cur pins
that too
dI 11 fjolltno 1Ol know lJJba no
c O t Ihl Ihllbln IntcnleJ lntenr1
te e rent Partlrular
altark room roomte
tl t d 4fl1b rnlrbIY HII plans sue suetl
thlJ th0 he
I it htAt praise Is descry
rottt4Ed In
the Way W a h ho did to
HURRY UPf UPfItverywherc UP1nverywhere UPUverywliere
Itverywherc one hears that expression expressionhurry expressionhurrYUPi
hurry hurrYUPi mil up It is I a genuine Americanism Americanismexpressive Amerlcanbruexpreaalvc AmerIcanismexpressive
expressive of the therush therusb theCrpshl
Crpshl rush in which we welive welive welive
live Nothing Is I swift swiftenough twinClluugh twlItCIIUUgII
enough for us We Werace Wemce Werace
race araiust s steunt steuntafid ten t e u in inthem 11 11nlld
nlld lIhtnlng and find lindthelU findtheta
them slow We Wegrudge WeRrUdlilethe Web
b grudge RrUdlilethe the time given givento ivemi ivemito
to eating and rush rushthroiifrb rushthrollRb rushtlirottgb
throiifrb meals meA as asthough nathouih asthoughiite
though thoughiite life depended dependedupon
upon our haste hasteJlfe hule1lfe hasteiIfe
Jlfe does depend on onour onour onI
I our hate but not in inthat Inthllt inthat
that sense Iook at atthe nttbeobfluary mitthe
the tbeobfluary obituary columns columnsof
I of 0 the papcii and andsee alldsee andI
I see how many lIIan promtnent promt prolllinent fOii1i fOii1ineat
nent men are carried carriednwav carrlellnway
I nwav nw by b bytroiible sjotuach sjotuachtrotinle Jclllaciltrouble
trouble acute hid Indipotion 111111Itetlou hidi
potion and anI other re relilted related e eInleJ
i lilted diseases Their Theirlives Theirlives Theirlives
lives have in fenernl fenernlbeen general renernlbeen generalbeeu
been sacrificed to lottie the thehaite thehnlle
haite and ruth ru ah of ofbusiness ofbll5ll1eu ofbuaImies
business which over overlooked oierlookell oerlooked ¬
looked the fact that thatfood thatfood thatfood
1 food can only onlyuonrlsh onlyuonrlshthe nourish nourishthe
the body when dl direst digested jest jestcd
cd and a ii d assimilated assimilatedand
and that the digestive digestiveand
and nd assimilative nullu lIat va processes cant can a 11 b hurried biurriedPr < hurriedDr 11I d dDf
Dr Pierce Golden Medical Discovery Discoverytures
tures diseases of the stomach and the as nlSO nlSOclatell assoelated so sodated
dated organs of digestion and nutrition nutritionThe
The source of all physical strength Is food foodproperly foodproperly foodoropeily
properly digested and perfectly assimilated assimilatedfly assimilated1iyrnahuiigtlmeerfeetdigestionand
fly II 1iyrnahuiigtlmeerfeetdigestionand enabling the perfect digestion and asUm asUmilitlonof ulimilatlon ass 1w 1wilationof
ilitlonof ilatlon of food Oolden Medical Discovery macoveryIncreues Iiacovervincreaoe
increase and andenrclles enriches the blood supply supplyand Ml1pplyallll supplyand
and tends end new Ilel strength to t every organ of ofthe ofIhe ofthe
the body bodyI
IT I was as at one 0cCdeaths time us I thought thou ht almoit at atdfatha aldeatha
deaths door writes Mr lr J 8 Dell of i Itando ItandoVan le4udo8n renmidoViiti
Van 8n Buren Co rows J w was s confined < 1 to 0 my myhome myhaute 107house
home and p part rt of otttme the time t I me to my bet ttt < I had hadtalc hadtak hadtak
tak a quDlltld of medlciues me idne but they only onlyitemed olllyIwned onlyICeIICd
itemed to feed fe d the dlit dhelUe ic but I mutt uy al that thatGolden thntOoldeu thatGolden
Golden Medical Discovery has cured me and andtoday andto andtoday
today to < lay J am stouter than I have been Tor fortlVenty fortlVentyyelrs twenty twentyyean
yean I am > m now fortythree years old oldDr oldJtun oldVamr
Jtun Dr Pierces Medical Adviser sent sentfttt sentrf sentfree
fttt rf to you on receipt of stamps to pay payeipense paycxpense payexpense
expense of mailing only Send thirtyone thirtyoneonecent tllirtyoneonecent tlmlrtyoneonecent
onecent stamps for cloth bound book Ie or ortwentyone ortwenlyone ortwentyomoe
twentyone stamps for paper covers to Dr DrRV DrR PrK
RV R V Pierce Buffalo uffalo N oper Y
prevent any possibility of warning be beIng beIng being
Ing sent to the gambling houses That ThatIs
Is why he secured lIecur d the warrants from fromJustice tromJustice fromJustice
Justice Jerome Instead of from a police policecpurt policepurt policeepurt
cpurt By the old method there are too toomany toomanr toomany
many chances for the information Inrorma tlon to toleak tvleal toleak
leak leakHe He took Justice Jerome with him himnnd himnnll himand
and had court held right away so as to tosecure tosecum tosecure
secure the witnesses and ensure get getting getting gettimig ¬
ting their testimony testimonySuch testimonyHuCh testinionSuch
Such witnesses are hard to get et and nndIt
It It BO cnHj COH for those Interested to tosilnt tvlIllIt touliVtt
silnt them away that frequently con conviction convlctlon convictton ¬
viction Is Impossible although there Is Isa IIa isa
a moral certainty of ofFHOM guilt tUlltPHOM guiltlltoM
II 0 IliiHlM Wants 50000 JV Jhr > r III IIITreatment IIITrelltlllellt IllTremttttiemit
Treatment Itoltmrlvnl ItoltmrlvnlNew It Ito Itnel1hellNew 1teIteIlNew
New York Feb 19 19U H C Bullls of ofAsbury orAsbury ofAsbury
Asbury Park N J after having en endured endured endured ¬
dured Imprisonment for more than live llvomonths flvomonths livemonths
months In Marucalbo Venezuela has hasreturned hasreturnell hasreturned
returned home to nrcss resa n claim for
50000 500 damages through the United UnitedStates UultedtlltlS UnitedStates
States government against the South SouthAmerican SouthAmerican SouthAmerican
American republic republicMr
Mr I r Uullls was appointed mechanical mechanicalnnd
and dectrlcnl engineer of the Marucul Maruculb
b nicetrlc Light company two years yearsngo yearsno yearnago
ago In a political uprising he was
compelled to climb u telegraph pole and andseek anlseek antiseek
seek protection under nn American Hay Haywhich tlogwhich tlagwhich
which he tied to the pole poleThe p01eThe poleThe
The police last August found a quan quantity tiunntity IUnntlty ¬
tity uf ammunition In the electric electricplant electricplnnt electricplant
plant with which Mr tr Uullls was con connected connectelt connected ¬
nected and he was arrested charged chargedOB
as he supposed with being In league leaguewith IlaguQwith leagueiti
with iti the revolutionists lie declared declaredhis
his Innocence but repeated rereatClI appeals to tothe tothe tothe
the American consul conslI for assistance assistanceWere
Were unheeded Thp authorities be believing helIevlng beIieving ¬
lieving he had no friends caused hU hUremove hhremol hisreinot
remove to u military prison where he hewas hewas liewas
was kept live months Incommunicado IncommunicadoMr
Mr Hullls smuggled a letter to the theAmerican theAmerican timeAmerican
American minister nnd In 24 hours at afterwords atterwnrdll atterwords ¬
terwords the Venezuelan government governmentcompiled governmentcomllled governmentconmimlied
compiled with a peremptory demand demandfor
for his release releaseUU881AN releaseUUSRltN releaseItUsSIA
Illinois 1111 110 h Manufacturers Dnolnro It ItWill ItWill itvIll
Will ArToot Acotl Kxport Trade TrndcChicago TruloChicago TradeChicago
Chicago Feb ID It1At At a sperlal meet meeting meetInrot meeting ¬
ing Inrot of the board of directors of the theIllinois thelJIlnola theIllinois
Illinois Manufacturing association rcso rcsolutlons rcsolutionll rcsolutions
lutlons declaring that the recent rul rultf rulI
tf I on onthu tho Importation of sugar from fromItussln tromHussln trainRussia
Russia will under existing circumstan circumstances ¬
ces most seriously affect nlYectlr If not destroy destroythc
the export trade of this country to Ilus Ilussla Itusala
sIn slaA A I meeting of the association aS8o tltlon Is called calledfor
for February 23rd to determine upon uponsuch up uponsuch n nsllelt
such notion as may be necessary to se secure secllre secure ¬
cure a rehearing or a reversal re r5a1 of the thedecision thoderision thedecision
decision decisionnOVKIlNMKXT derisionGOBUs decision1OEilNMINT
nOVKIlNMKXT GOBUs mST OF TAIlfcAO TAIlfcAOOrcmilzcft TAlUuCComlUl TAIIIiACCoimmntisulon
ComlUl Coimmntisulon lon Orcmilzcft It with wit h Capt CaptW CnltWO
W WO v 0 Clark < us Governor GovernorTarlac OocrnorTarlac GovernorTarlac
Tarlac Province ProYlnceot of Tarlac Luzon LuzonFeb IuzonFeb LuzonFeb
Feb 18The United States Stnt s Philippine Philippinecommission Philippinecommission Philippineconimnisslon
commission decided today that It would wouldnot Ioulllnot vouliInot
not he wise to postpone the organiza organization or anlzn anlznIon ¬
tion of the provincial government In thj thjprovince th thprovillce IL ILprovince
province of Tarlnc A As the first step In Inthc inthe
the work of organization the commls I
A Itrrnril After ftn Using Different Fomli FomliJ oOlhJ
J Henry Mycn of Otsego Mich n ntraveling nIrnvellnJi atraveling
traveling representative of a certain certainmedical certainmedical certainmedical
medical missionary association made madosomo lI1al1osome madesome
some strength tests with different foods foodswith Coodswlllt foodswith
with the following result He snyc In In1S97 InU91
1S97 1 became officially connected with withan withan vithan
an Institution In manufacturing manuC cturlnlf n large largeline IlrgeIIno largeline
line of health foods foodsMy toOdllMr foodsMy
My desire was to add strength I Iwas IW IWISC
was W I In good goolhenlllt health and faithfully t lived livedalmost lIellahnost livedalmost
almost entirely for nearly near two twoyears twoyears twoyears
years on their foods nnd believed In Inthem Inthem Inthem
them thoroughly In January 88 IS my mystrength mytrength mystrength
strength toot te t showed 5700 700 pounds in inJanuary 111January inJanuary
January 9J by the wme me machine my mystrength myItrcnJ11t mystrength
strength test was only 4560 pounds a aheavy 11hca itheavy
heavy hca r falling off notwithstanding I had hadnot hallnot hailnot
not been sick but had faithfully and nndreligiously Rnllrcllglousl andreligIously
religiously used the foodn 1 > o fully lie loelIeved beIloved
llcved In and had been hired to lecture lecturefor
for and advocate advocateFqr nllvocteFqr advocuteFqr
Fqr a month after that test I was wasuncertain ns nsuncertnln nsuncertain
uncertain what to do I felt weak and nndwhat nnllwhat andwhat
what I wanted was waustrength strength PO 0 In Feb February Februar February
ruary ruar of that year Iar I quit nil other otherhealth otherhealth otherhealth
health foods and began using IIlln Grape QranrNuts OrROINuts GrapeNuts
Nuts alone My ty weight now has ha In Increased Inrrose1 increased ¬
creased from 130 to 143 pounds my mystrength III IIIstren mimystrength
strength stren th has Increased from 4500 4500pounds 15C0pounds SCO SCOpounds
pounds to 5910 and I am nmnow amnow amnow
now IGOD pounds poundlllltronger stronger by byactual h haclunl byactual
actual test than the average man My Myeyesight Myeyesight Myeyesight
eyesight Is clearer my mind more act active ncthc actlye ¬
lye and nnll1tronser stronger and nnlll I can an endure more morelabor morelabor morelabor
labor physical and mental than ever everbefore ecrtore everbefore
before beforeI tore toreI
I do not know kno any an person Interested InterestedIn
In the Postum Cereal Co Ltd and this thisletter thllletter thisletter
letter Is II not written with any In motlvecx motlvecxcept mOlIeexIept motiseexcept
cept to bring honest facts to the atten attention nttentlon mtttention ¬
tion of persons de desiring lrlng to t live Iv well and nndllvo anetJlvo andlive
live rationally I have the charts filled filledout Oilednul fillednut
out by the physicians I1hr lclans at the Institution Institutionmaking Institutionmnkln Institutionmaking
making the health foods that failed In Inmy Inmy inmy
my case CI1 e and these facts ran not be b dis disputed dillpute1 disputed ¬
puted by any In one I will willmakc make oath oaththat oalhtMt oaththat
that they the Arc absolutely correct correctMr elrrl eOrrfetMr < l lMr
Mr Meyers letter gives hes thc name nameIn nRmlJIn namein
In full of the concern making the so socalled socalled O Ocallill
called health foods which failed In his hiscae hi hiene hiscape
cape but 1ju this tinny lIal11J1ls Is not given to the thepublic thepublic thepublic
public It In not thc purpose of the themanufacturers thclnAhutncturen themnaflufacturera
manufacturers of GrapeNuts to build buildtheir bulllltheir buildtheir
their business by 11 denrcclaflnc the cf cffort c ctortll eforts
fort of any competitor This exper experience uJerInce expericnoe ¬
ience Is printed as a an Illustration of ofthe otthe atthe
the Indisputable fact that GrapeNuts GrapeNutsfood
food Is n true honest nnd andremarkuble andremarkublerebuilder remarkable remarkablerebullder remarkablerebullder
rebullder of the tbehuman human body
J 7 19 19I
p 1 V a D DI DGL
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4oNAL 4oNALcLEt41
Till weeks r IIs session of thc annual congress of tIm Daughters of the American Involution In Washington promises to bo botie hothe bethe
the mOAt exciting In the 1w history of onhot that society The term of Mrs Irs Daniel Manning as president general expires on Feb i iand 2 2oud 2i 2iand
and three widely known women are anxious to succeed Sl1cl 1 her Mrs III Washington Hoebilng tolbllns of Trenton N J J Mrs 1r8 Senator SenatorFairbanks SElIl1torlralrbll1ks emistoriCairbanks
Fairbanks and Mrs Donald McLcau all have enthusiastic friends who ho will make the contest a spirited one oneX
< < X > N
TTTT n nsian
slon decided to appoint nn American as asgovernor asfovernor asgoernor
governor of the province tho selection selectionfalling
falling upon Capt Wullls ulIiH C Clark or ofthe orthe orthe
the Twelfth United States Infantry
The commission was welcomed to the theformer thelormer timeformer
former headquarters h ad < luarterl of Agulnnldo with withbands withbandl withbands
bands and arches A public session was washeld waKhehl vashell
held this afternoon at which the law lawwas lawwas lawSsas
was discussed briefly and passed Then Thentho Thenthe Thenthe
the appointments wero announced In Including Inclullin Ineluding ¬
eluding In addition to Capt Clark ns nsgovernor nsrovernor asgovernor
governor Lieut Henry M I Morrow Iorrol of ofthe oCthe ofthe
the Thirtyfirst volunteer Infantry to tobe tobe tob
be b treasurer nail Lieut Robert S SWelch SWelch Selclm
Welch elclm of the Thlrtynlnth United UnitedStates Unltc1States UnitedStates
States volunteer Infantry to be super supervisor aUJlcrvlfor supervisor ¬
visor The secretary and the fiscal will willbe willIJe viilbe
be natives
A MtHiihrr Calls Attention to Hiifi IlIIRIJlall Itmmssirimi Hiifiulnn
ulnn Action TowurdH United Un lIed States StntCHOttawa StntcNOltnwn StatesOttawa
Ottawa Ont Feb W HIn In the house houseof housor
of commons Mr tr MatLean Ilae lm of Kist 1 1Sl York Yorkcalled Yorkcall Yorkcalled
called call 1 the attention of the government governmentto
to a St Petersburg dispatch announc announcing al1l ounc ouncIng ¬
ing tho Imposition of n retaliatory retaliatorytariff retaliatorytl1rlrt retaliatorytariff
tariff against the United States Stnt Mr MrAfaLcan MrMtWLean Ir IrAfu
AfaLcan Afu ori argued that Canada should shouldfollow shuuhltollow shouldfollow
follow the example set by Russia nnd nndhave al11hae nut nuthave
have a sliding scale tariff which would wouldfavor woul1tnvor wouldfavor
favor our friends and be directed directedagainst dllcctellIIgnlnst directedagainst
against those who were not friendly friendlyHP CrlendlIII
HP said that Canada was thc best out outside outside ¬ I Iside
side customer the United States had hadnnd hadIInd hadand
and so long ns we e were fools enough enoughto
to go on as we were doing at present presentCanada IlreaentCnnnda luresentCanada
Canada would never get fair treatment treatmentfrom
from the United States Canada should shouldtouch ahouldtouch mihouidtouch
touch the American pocket through the thetariff thetnrltr thetariff
tariff If Canada did ao the Alaska Alaskaboundary Alu8lmboundary Alakaboundary
boundary Question and other unsettled unsettledmatters unsettle1matters unsettiednnattcrs
matters In both countries would soon soonbo soonbe soonho
bo disposed of Time government made madeno
no reply replyDISPLAY repl1HIIAY repiyiISPIiAY
ICvMnynr 1 loyor Hcwctt Speaks on Oho Glvatlio Ohotho Givot I
tlio t ii n Child Cit I I d a Clmnco ClmncoNew ClmlllINell Chit mice miceNew
New York Feb 19 19ln In opening the thenational thenational thenational
national exhibition of childrens work workwhich workwhich vorkwhich
which will continue In this city citythroughout clt clttllIoughout citythroughout
throughout the week exMayor ex tayor Abra Abraham 4briham bnt bnthom ¬
ham S Hewitt taking as his text textGive textOlve textGive
Give thc child a chance said saidChildren saidChlldrrn saidChildren
Children rest on the conscience of ofsociety orsoclet ofsociety
society Unless provision Is made for forevery torevery forevery
every child to breath fresh air human humanity humanIty hutnanits ¬
ity Itself Is a 1 failure You who hmj know knowNew 1111011oiew knowNew
New York know that the chances of ofNew orNew ofNew
New York children for the last llfteun llfteunyears flftelJyears llteenyears
years have not Improved ImprovellIn In spite of ofall orall ofall
all the schools and benevolent Institu Institutions institulions ¬ I Itlonl
lions that t have been established es If I t It Ittakes Ittllkes ittakes
takes every < vcr penny of taxation to do It ItIt ItIt itit
It should be done And till It Is done doneevery doneovery doneevery
every rich man mall mnamshould should feel I he Is robbing robbinghumanity robblnhumanity robbinghumanity
humanity I have said and I repeat repeatthut repMtthut repuatthat
thut the production of wealth should shouldnot shouhlnot nlmoultLnot
not go on at the expense of humanity humanityone
one class growing rich and the other othermiserable othermlerable othermiserable
miserable I feel rejoiced at the cljse cljseof clJSOoC cljseof
of my mlIt life to see ee that some of those who whohave whohavc vImohave
have traveled the road with me regard regardthe regarllthe regordthe
the wealth they the have collected ns astrust a atrust atrust
trust fund Tncy Tim are not waiting for forexecutors lorcxecutors forexecutors
Uovolt of jj tlio Tories ToriesLondon Turlrlondon ToriemoLommdon
London Feb 19 19The The revolt of the thoTories thltTorle theTeries
Tories as the Dally Graphic calls It la labelieved itsbelleed s sbelley
believed l to have been more serious than thanwas thanIIS thanseas
was IIS revealed by the figures of the di division Illvision division ¬
vision Several conservatives assort assorted sfierted ¬
ed afterwards that they were sorely sorelytempted sore1rtemptell sorc1ytempted
tempted to ote against the govern government vOernment governmeat ¬
ment but held back owing to feelings feelingsof tee lings lingsot
of loyalty loal to the ministry ministryThe
The same spirit actuates < s the editorials editorialsIn
In thc government papers this morning morningIn
In defending the cabinet The liberal liberaljournals IIblrtllJournols ilberniJournals
journals however arc Jubilant over the thediscomfiture th thdllcornfiture timediscomfiture
discomfiture of the government anti do donot 110not rhonot
not conceal the fact that resentment resentmentagainst reentmentIIrnlnst resentmentngnlnst
against the predominance pre < tomlnanec of the C Cecil Cecilrumily < > ell cllfamily ellfl1mlly
family In the cabinet had much to do dowith dowith dowith
with It
AIII 4tmbasstulor bl Ilor Chnnlo Ie to Iron fur Ac Acceptance Acceptnnco Acceptance ¬
ceptance of AincndmnntH AincndmnntHNew
New York Fob IS 19A A dispatch to tothe tothe tothe
the Journal and Advertiser from Lon Lonilon London Lonsian
don nays naysAmbassador liarsAmbafsador mayaAmbassador
Ambassador Choate has received In Instructions Inatructlonl instructions ¬
structions from Washington W hlngton to Im Impress 1mIlress innlress ¬
press upon the British government the thenecessity thenecesslt thesmeCessit
necessity for Immediate action upon the theHnyPaunccfotc theIIaylituncefote
HnyPaunccfotc treaty treatyMr trealY1I1r I
Mr Choate will call upon Lord Ians LansJowne Iansdowne Iansdowne
downe and tell him the United States Statessxpects Statesexpects Statesexpects
expects a decision on the fieaty rclity beforu beforuMarch heto1J1I1arch beforuMarch
March 4 4Mr 41I1r 4Mr
Mr Choate has been Informed unofll unoflllnlly unolllclally unotilchilly
chilly of the disposition of the United UnitedStates Unltetatell Unitedstates
States Penato 10 o npral time Clayton Claytonllulwcr CItonJ1ulwer Clatonllulser
llulwcr treaty nnd pass the Nicaraguan Nlcaragnannnn
canal nnn bill If the pending treaty be not noticcepted notoccllPted notaccepted
accepted And nll he will tell the secretary 8fCretnryot
ot f state for foreign affairs Just what whatthe whntthe whatthe
the situation In the Senate Is IsHe Islie islie
lie hn har received no Intimation of any nnysort an anlIort anysort
sort from roam the British Government COernn1 nt n 1111 to totvhnt towhat Invhat
what Its decision will 1I1 be but there IH IHjood hIsood isgood
good reason for saying lIaln that Knglrtul nsI l1 Is Isncllned I Iinclined
inclined to temporize feeling teclln that by b bdelar
delay and perhaps by h alternative gug gugestlons IIUSIestlous suggeattomis
estlons fhe may mo obtiln obt ln some mortlfi mortlfiatlon mt1f1lnclIlon mcdIflcation
atlon of ofthe the terms of the treaty trel1 Itself
T TT TnnnHnnoo 0 0or
or some set off against what she con considers COlishlers cciisiderts ¬
siders her concessionsAmbusllallor concessionsAnmbassatlor concessions concessionsAmbassador
Ambassador Chontes Instructions Instructionsfrom
from Washington are Imperative and andhe unllhe mmliiilie
he will make Lord Lansdowne realize realizethat reull1ethat realizethat
that what ever he Intends to do must mustbe mUslbe niustbe
be done one quickly quicklyWashington llulcklyWaRhlngton quIcklyWashmlngtomm
Washington Tcb eb 19 tDIt If Secretary SecretaryHay Secretaryhay
Hay 110 has communicated to Ambassador AmbassadorChoate 4mumbassadorChmoatt mbassadorChoate
Choate any protmble action of the Sen Senate Sennte Senate ¬
ate on the Nicaragua matter It Is In Inprivate InIlrlvotc Inirivate
private letters for the executive de department department tiepoetment ¬
partment may mil not know officially of ofmatters ormlttter ofmatters
matters pending In the legislative I de departmcnt department doptortmnent
partmcnt partmcntState partmentStntc ptortmnentState
State department officials will not notdiscuss not11I notdiscuss
discuss 11I CU8 the Instructions sent to Mr MrChoate MrChoate tr trChoate
Choate ChoateTO ChoateJO
Ohio Farmers Will Spray Spl Y With AVIthCrude WithCrllllc WithiCruntlo
Crude Oil It Mclng Belll Mont MontPort nelPort hlestPort
Port Clinton Ohio Feb lOPlxty lOPlxtypeach I9Slxtrpeneh 10Sixtypeach
peach growers of Cntawbn Ihnd have haveformed hlvctornwl haveformed
formed n combination to fight the San SanJoso SanJORe SanJose
Jose scale which has been he en destroying destroyingpeach deslrorlnfpeach iestroyingieaeii
peach orchards In this county The as association nsloclatlon assedation ¬
sedation will wIl1IJlra spray the frees with wlthcrl1l1e wlthcrl1l1eall crude crudeoil
oil exeluFlvely It having been demon demonstrated dmonltrotod tiemonitratod ¬
strated that this remedy Is more ef effective Irte etfective ¬
fective te < t1ve In the destruction of the pest pestthan peRtthan pestthan
than anything an thlng else Two carloads of oil oilhas 011hnR oilhas
has been purchased for the purpose and andwill andwill aridvilI
will be used early In the th spring springI
I n A H COVOKKS8 COVOKKS8Mrs co muss musslrR
Mrs Irs Daniel Mannlni famnImngCaiim Calls tho Tenth TenthAnnual Tcnthnmll TenthAnnual
Annual nmll Session IR lon Order OrderWashington 0111111Washln OrderWashington
Washington Washln ton Fh l IOThe The opening openingsession openlnltlIesIon openinsession
session of the tenMieonllwnfl tenth lontll1nt1 Cngr c ntps cngrssof ntpsor ss ssof
of the National Society of the Dnueh Dnuehters Dalllhh Damirhterim
ters h r of th fhn American A Revolution was washeld WUlIIIM wasimaimi
held at Grand 7fou noup e Mrs Daniel Man Manning Manning rnnnllllt ¬
ning the president pre lrlent general called the thecongress thecongress
congress to order and nil 1 Introduced III trod uctll thc thochnnlnln thcchnnloln timechaplain
chaplain general who read a prayer prayerMrs f1Ta prayerMrs Cr CrItrp
Mrs Manning delivered an address addressof
of welcome to which a response was wasmade W3Smade wasmade
made by Mrs Sarah T Klnney stats sitnregent AatnrlllQnt statsrecent
regent of It Connecticut The remainder remainderof
of the session was WII occupied with the thereading thereadlngot thereading
reading of reports of committees committeesIn
In her address Mrs Manning urged urgedthat urlorlthat urgedthat
that tho society take a new step with withthe withthe withtIme
the new century bv b laying thc corner cornerstone cornerstonoor earnerstone
stone stonoor of a permanent home In the cap capital capItol capital ¬
ital italThere
There are about eight hundred dele delegates dellgates deligates
gates accredited to the congress nix si Ix
P 0 p phundred
hundred of whom are expected to be In Inattendance inottlndmmneo
attendance 01 when tho congress begins beginsactive bctlnsIIcllo beginsactive
active business today todayThe todu todufhl todayrho
The biennial election of olllccrs occurs occursthin occursthlll occursthis
thin year and the chief Interest In the thecongiess theCiJngless thecongless
congiess centers around the contest contestfor conteRtCor
for the olllce of president general Time Thotecognlzcd Timerecognized 1heIlCOlnlzed
recognized lenders In the race for thc thcpresidency theIlre timeireeidemmc
presidency Ilre ldellc are ro Mrs ChurlcB W FairhanlcsoC Fair Fairbanks Fairbanks ¬
banks hanlcsoC of Indiana one of the vice ice presl presidents presldents presldents ¬
dents general and Mrs Donuld McLean McLeanof lcLeanot
of New ew York Mrs Irl Washington Roe Roebllng HooIJlln lIcehung
hung IJlln of New Ne Jersey Jers also has a consid considerable consldQra considerabie ¬
erable Qra ble following followingUOCKV followingitOCl ollowlngnOVln
Ir P A ItjilbciKH 1Illhea I Work mk Will bo boContinued II IICOlltlullcll LieContinued
Continued by h II C WllllniuH WllllniuHNew WllllamNNew lIilamnsNe
New Ne York Feb 19 19Ihrough Through the thegenerosity theGeneroslt thegenerosity
generosity of William 10 I Dodge the thebotanti thebotanical thebotanual
botanical al exploration of the northern northernRocky norlhernHoeky nortlmermmRocky
Rocky Mountains carried on by 0 Dr P PA PA PA
A Rydberg In 1897 under the name pat patronage patronage patronage ¬
ronage will be continued this year by byR IJ IJIt byit
It C Williams VlIlIams Mr Ir Williams will leave leaveNew ItJl1uNow leaveNow
Now York early In June and go to tonorthwestern tonOllhwestern tonom1hestermm
northwestern Montana to collect speci specimens speclmens epecimean ¬
mens for the herbarium museums anOplantations and anllplulltntlons andplantations
plantations of the New York botanical botanicalgarden botnnlcalgorden botanicalgarden
garden The unexpectedly large amount amountof
of new Information derived from Dr DrRydbergs DrHydbergs DrItydbergs
Rydbergs previous exploration of this thisregion Ihlsrelon thisregion
region leads to thc belief that much muchmore muchIIlore muchmore
more awaits Mr tr Williams observa observations observatlon8 observutions ¬
tions The work Is designed to make makethe makothe makethe
the description of thc tiara of tho Rocky RockyMaintains lIocI lIocIMwntnlns floelcyMctmntaitms
Maintains which Dr Rydberg Is now nowpreparing nowrepartng nowpreparing
preparing as complete as possible possibleTlio
Time Tit Great Steel Sll cl Combine CombineNew ComblrwNew CommibineNew
New York Feb 18 lBThe The Mall and andExpress nndExpress and1xpress
Express says It was reported In InWnll InWilli inVall
Wnll street today that the final papers papersIn
In the new steel consolidation would oulll be beplgncd IJefilmed besigned
filmed tt a meeting m elln at the Metropolis Metropolitan
tan club el b this evening enlnlr nt which J P PMorgan P1otorsan FMorgan
Morgan will be present The capital capitalwill cnpltl11will capitalvill
will consist of 100000000 7 per p r cent centpreferred centprtfcrtld centpmeferred
preferred stock and 400000000 com common common cornmuon ¬
mon stock besides which 300000000 5 5per 5pel 5per
per cent first mortgage bonds will be beIssUcd IJeIssUed beissUed
IssUed IssUcdAll IssUedAll issUedAll
All the tlm present stock anti bonds of oftheconstituent oCtho oftime
constituent time eonRtltucnt companies are to be becancelled hecnlicellli1 beuncellei1
cancelled If the plans now In prospect prospectare
are carried through This depends up upon upon upon
on the stockholders of the constituent constituentcompanies constituentc0Il11finl constituentcomnpanies
companies c0Il11finl < 8 If they the should oppose the theconsolidation theconsolidation timeconsolidation
consolidation the plans first broached broachedfor
for a company of relatively relathe small capi capital c2pltal capitai ¬
tal to absorb the Carnegie company will willbe willbc willbe
be carried out
Given Eight Days in Which to Issue IssueSatisfactory Issueatlsfactory IssueSatisfactory
Satisfactory Edicts EdictsWALDEllSEBS EdictsON EdictsON
limo Kxpriillloli I Exiled hints Will 111 Start SRlllrdltUllilell SulnrJuj SulnrJujUnited alimrtiayiJiiitett
United SlutiH nut IIl1d Iliinlii Iliinliilo
lo plOt Join JoinPekln JuluPekln Jill1Pckin
Pekln Feb 19 19lho Tha foreign envoys envoyshave onvoshave envoyshave
have given the Chinese uiithorltles uiithorltlestight ulltholllIellClfht ammthoritlesrIghmt
tight days In which to Issue untlsfac untlsfaclory lItI8Caetor cmtisfncor
lory tor or edicts edictsVON elllclsVON edictsVON
London Feb 19 19Count Count von On Wal Waidersee Walderace Walderuco
dersee has prepared his plans for the thenew tlteuow timefte
new fte expedition Hays the 1okln cot correspondent COli cotrospomideimt
i respondent of the Morning Post wiring wiringyesterday wiringcsleldu wiringyesterday
yesterday and It will start next Sat Satuidny Saturdu Saturday
uidny urdu All thu powers except Itussla Itusslaand Husslaunll ltuasiaand
and the United States have agreed to toallow toIIlIu toalios
allow IIlIu their forces to Join JoinEXPEDITION JollIEXPEDIlJON JoimmEXI
Berlin Feb 18 lS1ho The war nr olllce has haslecclved hnlrceehed hasreceived
received thu following from Count Val Waidersce Wa1denee Valdoraci
dersce dersceIekln deneelekhl doraciPekln
Iekln Feb elJ 10MaJ IG Iaj Ion Von VonKettlei1 VanlCettlel1 omm ommlCettiemt
Kettlei1 has dispatched an expedition expeditionunder uXlledltiununder expeditloumunder
under the command of Col Iloftmclster Iloftmclsterfront
front lao Ting Fu to Ino Makwun Makwunelghtytlvo Maksammeightylive InlcwanulghtyttC
elghtytlvo kilometers northwest of 1ao 1aoTing 1110flng PaoTitmg
Iekln Feb 18 1STho Tlio foreign envoys envoysheld el1o ensoysheld 11 11hehln
held hehln a conference regarding the Chinese Chineseicply Chlnsereply Chinesemeily
reply concerning the punishment of the theguilty thoguilty timeguilty
guilty persons named by b the powers powersThe powersfhe vowersrime
The reply was considered unsatisfac unsatisfactory ¬
tory tor and the envoys decided to Insist Insistupon Inllistullon insistalien
upon a compliance with their original originaldemands ollglrlllldemanllN cmlgtmmaldemutindmn
demands demandsThis demanllNThis demutindmnrids
This decision and the objections urged urgedby urgcdby urgedby
by the envoys to the latest Imperial Imperialedict IrnllerJalcdlcl lmrmperimtledict
edict were unanimous and the doyen doyenof 110elloC
of the diplomatic corps will Inform the theChinese theChlncse timeCliimieue
Chinese plenipotentiaries 111 that the for former form formimer ¬
mer m r reUiiemunts must IIIU t bo strictly com compiled com1IIed cointilled ¬
piled with withMeanwhile wllhMeallwhlle itim itimMeanwhmlie
Meanwhile groat preparations are be being boIng belug ¬
ing made by the various commanders commanderspioparntory COlllllllllldcrsIlIcparntor comnuimummdersirelarrutor
pioparntory to the big expedition Ap Apparently Ap1arenll Aimarcnthy ¬
parently 1arenll the only onl commanders who whohave whoImo imo imohmavm
have enough of anything allY thin for a long longcampaign lungcall1ll11hm lummgcumnpnigmm
campaign arc the Americans British Britishand lIrlllllhnml IltItisimansi
and Japanese The hue others are deficient deficientespecially d letlciemmtespecially lIcltJnl lIcltJnleJI
especially eJI clnll tIme Germair although alt hough Count Countyon COlllltyon Coumityon
yon Waldersee believes that In a few fewdays COlidllYs fewclays
days he ii Will have ha e all the supplies really reallynecessary renllYnecessar reallynecessary
necessary He takes tile position that thatIt
It will be better to secure the greater gtcaterpart grealerpart greaterhart
part of the provisions from the country countryItself cuunUYIIHeIC coummmtryItself
Itself but most of the Journals think thinkIt
It unwise unwl a to take so great a risk riskThe riskThe rislcTime
The British will ill rely re almost entirely entirelyupon entirelyUpoim lItirehupon
upon pack trains Any other method methodof
of transportation tl through the mountain mountainpasses mounwlnpasses mountainPnsSes
passes Mould probably be Impossible Impossibleas IrnllU slIJle slIJleas
as according to Information received receivedhere recelldhere receivedimere
here the Chinese have prepared for Just Justthis justthlll Justthis
this contingency anil anI have blocked blockedevery bloelellevcr blockedevery
every evcr possible pos onsibIo llJie pass with big boulders bouldersIn
In order to render the passage of ar artillery nrtlllery arttliery ¬
tillery next to Impossible ImpossibleMany IlIIpo lnuiossibieMaumy slble slbleIta
Many Ita 11 Y people In Iekln say la that thatCount thutCount thatCount
Count von on Waldersee Is ° working a abluff ablurt abluff
bluff In coopoiutlan with the foreign foreignenvoys torclgnIIOS foreignemmvoys
envoys < hoping to compel the Chinese Chineseplenipotentiaries ChtneReplenlpulentlnrles CimlimeselemmipotentIaries
plenipotentiaries to comply with the de demands demauds doimnamids ¬
mands of the powers The military au authorities aUthorltles nolmorltles ¬
thorities say 8U this may be the case but butthat buttllat butlint
that CHInu would never believe the for foreigners torelgnera forehgners ¬
eigners again If they time failed to send an anexpedition I1neXlledltion aimexpeditiomm
expedition after Dr Mumm von vonSchwartzensteln vonSchwartzensteln vonSchwartzenstein
Schwartzensteln personally notified LI LIHung UHllng LIItting
Hung Chang that It would be done In Incase Inca iiicase
case ca e the Chinese hlne e court did not accede accedeto
to the demands of the powers Prince PrinceChlng PrinceChing lrincoCluing
Cluing and LI Hung Chung are greatly greatlyworried grcallrworried greatlyavorried
worried worriedWill worriedWill avorriedYlil
Will Open II Imposition Sundays SundaysBuffalo SUllllnHurralo SiumidnysfluiTaho
Buffalo N Y Feb 19The Courier Couriersays CourierRIIS Couriermmays
says that It has been decided to open openthe alIenthe OlefltOme
the gates of the Pan American exposi exposition exposllion exposition ¬
tion Sundays According to the story stotythe RIOI RIOIthe storytime
the management of tho exposition will willnot wl1lIot willmmot
not discuss tahe subject In any way WII but butthe butthe bimttIme
the gates will be open the first Sunday Sundayafter Sundl1rntlcr Sundayafter
after the opening of the exposition expositionLIAIILi expositionIIIIM expositionIjiAIiIjl
American Deposits In Canadian CanadianBanks CllllallJl1nBanks CimmimlinmiIlniuks
Banks Havo to Iay IayToronto Ia IaToronto liiyToronto
Toronto Ont Fob 19 19The The court of ofappeals ot1I11leals ofappeals
appeals has decided that American de deposits lieposits tieposits ¬
posits In Canadian banks are liable for forsuccession CorBuccesslon forsuccession
succession duties and a 11I1 nsi n 1 result the theexecutors thoCxecutorll theexecutors
executors of the late Daniel Scotten Scottenmillionaire Scottenmillionaire Scottenmillionaire
millionaire tobacco manufacturer of ofDetroit atI ofDetroit
Detroit must pay po the Ontario govern government goernment government ¬
I ment 5200 < In succession duties or
Stops StopsFalling stop stopFalling
Falling Out OutIf
If I f your hair is is coming out outno outno
no wonder you arc alarmed alarmedit
it means that you arc to have havevery h1every haveVery
very thin hair and that is isabout isabout isabout
about as bad as baldness itself itselfThe itselfThe itsclfVIie
The trouble trOll ble is your hair does doesnot doesnot doesnot
not have life enough to stay in inthe inthe inthe
the scalp Feed your hair with withAyers withAycrs withAyers
Ayers Hair Vigor and it will willbe willbe vi1Ibe
be all alldght alldghtI right rightIf
If I f the gray hairs arc begin beginning beginning beginfling ¬
ning to show Ayers Hair HairVigor IlairVigor FlairlTigor
Vigor will bring back the rich richcolor richcolor richcolor
color of youth to them themOne
One dollar a bottle bottleyour bottlrIf
If your our drutfgUtciinnot druggist CAnnot supply yo you vcutsecd leud
us f LOO anti we will ci express > re s a bottle t to you ou
nil change pri Illrlnld id ne ute and Vive Z give us mm
your nearest exjirei office officeJ
J C AVER vrmu Co Colowell Lowell MatS MaisSend MatSSenrl MsuSend
Send for our handsome book on onTho The Hair Hairagain HairIKuln flakagain
again apical to the supremo court at
OttawaThese Ottawa OttnwuThese
These 1hll e succession duties were held to
bo due on 1900000 OOooO which the late Daniel
Scolten SCI > IItn deposited In Western cHlem Ontario
branches of Canadian banks at the
time of the silver scare In the United
SHOT niu 11Im I ii It FATHHH FATHHHThe lit litltliu
The GuI Did It ittoSmt to Slim tho LIK or orHur orHer or11cr
Her Holliir Hutherrort HolliirFort ilollierFort
Fort Wayne Ind Feb 13lies lSleulSinter 18IlessleSiater l lSlater
Slater aged ages 15 shot nnd probably probnblytatall fn fntally totally
tally tall Injured her father to save her hermother hermolher herimmothmer
mother from death at his hands The Thdlittle Thelittle 1hJIIttlo
little Blrl was taken to the police sta statlon atnlion athtout
lion and after nn Inquiry was let RO ROSinter poSlIlter goSimuter
Sinter came home In the evening throw throwhis throwhIs timrouvlila
his wlfo on a boil h 11 amid proceeded to tochoke tochoke tochoke
choke her The little girl secured a re revolver reo reooler ccvolcm
volver amid tired a bullet Into her fa fathers Cnthera a atimers ¬
timers back Inlllctlng a dangerous dangerouswound dnngurouawuund tituageroustoummd
lllnw Up tins t I Safe SafeTrenton SnfeTrenton SafiTrenton
Trenton X J Feb 1 fb ISAt Rocky RockyHill Hocky11I11
Hill near r this city early today bur burglars hurgll1rs iiurglars ¬
glars forced nn entrance Into William Williamson liilarn liilarnsoil
son Orlggs general merchandise merchandisestoro
store nnd blew the safe with dynamite dynamiteThe d nnmlte nnmlteThl
The explosion lXlllo lon shook the entire village villageThe Vll villageTime ge geThe
The men then set lire to the store and andescaped andescupell amidesriuped
escaped amid om III the excitement There Therewero Therewere Thereivere
were secvcral hundred dollars In the thesafe thoFIICt timesrmte
safe which hilcii It Is believed the burglars burglarssecured hur burglarssecUrtmi Jars Jarssecunil
secured The building build In and contents contentsvalued contentsnlued contentsvalued
valued at > 20000 were cre destroyed destroyedMauArtliurH destroyelltncothllrH destroyediiiicitiittrs
MauArtliurH Wrukly Wlukl Casualty GnMlllllt Ll List rlatlIshlngtol1 ListWnshmtngtomm t tWashington
Washington Feb 18 I8Co 18Casualty Casualty ualty re report reo reoport ccport
port from Gen O MacArthur nt Manila ManilaKILLKD ManilaHII4LlD Ilnnlla1m
KILLKD KILLKDTwentyclBhth 1m HII4LlDTuvemmtyclghmtim I 1m 1mTWlutelghth
TwentyclBhth Infantry Oliver Hym Hymbcrgcr JIII1herICel iiynmhemger
bcrgcr hospital corps John L I Oorloy OorloyFifth Oorllw1iltth lorloyViCtim
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