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DESJflHET EV BNme KEWSs Eiys THURSDAY Y APRIL 4 1901
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JUDICIAL SYSTEM SYSTEMVIII
VIII bo No Jury Trials TraIsBranch In Any AnyBranch AnyBmnch
Branch of Judicature Judicature0V JudlcaturcJlADBMi JudicaturesIL1IJFtS
CORPUS WILL RUN RUNIlr RUNJudIe RUNJude
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feb b 2sCOrrosponl1ence ponaeiice of ofHenry oCIbf o othu
ManU a lrc8sJudge Henry C Ccommission CI
tb Ibf A61iJatlll ASG tb iat Phllllllline commission cmmt sIOfl hna hnap
I fi H d 1 Ih the lrtIJCnl1t1on of IL lIew lIewl
41 I ciln C 1 ourt procedure for the thed hlalHls hlalHlsrlmlral lInTu1rIflhlra
l M d vI ult d which Is in course of ofyfiommlMloncrLuke orpfarallon ofp
rlmlral b yfiommlMloncrLuke COlllml ciiim1l0il lloner Luke 13 13HI 1 FIg1t
p pfarallon araUofl nony with tho thop
will HI lI 1101 orK in Harmony Itr
iV 1111111 Ig1t There will ho hon
caleS aJe I p visions
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of udjucll udjucllan
branch
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tJ n I Jury IJractllo ractk0 11a l1 to law tawwill nnd nndf
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will be similar gon gonl gonSV
f uil II SV Sflllt cuscs nlsh l taws IL < w8 wl will for or the prcT prcTin Ilreeent Ilreeentrlrsln 1VCLCfltrratn
Buperaedod BuperaedodPird SUIlrselelli1
fun tune where not
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hJDlil1llll 3C11 code substItUteS now nowpresent now1Urll newjurl
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Tnt riQIItng lssoclated hess today todayJ
lor the
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t J J ijge SI IUI lu luTte system wl11 conalst at atDt ofLt
1111 Judidlll u8tlceS or the peace for tUI4h
Dt Qt t muttl J cOlJrlS or first In InJI Invte
4h 8 luWIPo > 1U Hly i bo presided presideda
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uolng
UIW lgl iI I such ch municipal lI1unlel11ll1011l1 lI1unlel11ll1011l1IV did and LLflIzp
1 hKI d Y i i needed and andI a ap1 I1lail1
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1lail1 I a i 1 mm 5Y nd 1llller StateI rhurl fliuruL
tho
peaUs In general IIlId nd nn oc ocI noar
10 L J an alllrnoY gtlCt 1 for the Island Islandnd
I ar niorr1C pSuilM ollltr M yr each > P proV proVIII
M nd II pMecutinK
III < e will hnv jur jurIn I
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Ju el e
to tho thod thot
CVI Ivll altlons up U
r In
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CI line not
11 l lIunth8 or
JO1he of the luprumo court courtJwWlitton courtlu
the JuJRtH 3u1g
throughout the th I l4s Ils Ianim
1 JwWlitton lu url dldloll
court of o on
of the cournn
iliu Iu Judge
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through throughHHHul throughdistriot I I II
A nn n Vnh U t hHe > ejuf jurll1l1ctlon Wletlon throug
I r HHHul Jlittrtct lIml t In Imbeaa ImbeaaT hnbeasrp
T rp Pr prill I tIedlngs it ourt urt is I 16 t hold two twoI
I a t I h y tur ur ral nt Mnnlla nnllanwHhMO nnllanwHhMOq nl1l nu t there thereI I le o oI
probably fi fir 0r at
I q i i II will 111 cover
t r P r rlln rU n of f th the year 7 ar but It Is Ist 1 1I
> 1 t ti hold one fcort a rl 8 eBfston reHtOfl lon per peri
i 1 i 1 ami anahur anl LIT r lit lobu l ebu to toi
i iri < rIidntImmg iniu IMliub B In those jiortlons lortlonsI
1 i I U hltaKo hltaKolI tiiKO tiiKOi m
i nv lI flkr m eT if the tonrtlhoc court courtf
f n hoc I mw will 1 1C I the governor governorvui
will arbolnt his hisn
vui wc 1i I who ho
n i 11 tR t R 1 for the th seiviw 5CYV of process processi
Indemnity n nru aa aav
them such
i 1 I I > frum riflL
li he Jilmwlf being re reIrlto reo reorII reIr
ru I > v reqUire 1 quire
Irlto Ir j II rII Ivo j bond as s a sheriff would wouldn
n n 1 the fnlbd Inli d Ptatw PtatwTiii Pt Pttelhm tl
Tiii hm col 0 Ie ih thmrore rtforc provide where whereh
> > h Iartiei agree t1r that l lt prrc proceedings proceedingsay cdlngS
the Etigllsh 1 Ian Ianr Ianage
ay 1 he e tonducted In >
conducted condu teli hut huthere huthre huthi
r r ago they Ih may be to
here hi r hey do not the Spanish Splnl h Inn Inni
i nr R shall l he the he official efliclnllamnlnge efliclnllamnlngeTile language languageThe e eThr
The ralariM of the Judges of tho thorti thourl themrts
url rti c of t > f On 111 instance will vary from fromf rain raind
f i f t IMOO l cO Rccordlngtn Rccordln to the Import Importc
c nf I tha th Judicial district to which whichm
Ibo 1V m JwV lu JUd g may ha h nssljned The sal sali
i I s ot f tin JudRM nf the supreme court courti courtIbe
i i Ibe tf > iOCO M encfpt extpplll as to the chief hlef Jus jusW10
1 r who 1 hO will receive 7500 7 s7ooM 7500MKI2T OO OOmJT
MKI2T M ir iruIriaii AJIKJtltAN I Hlm COMIinMTION COMIinMTIONAiiiirlin omI1IrlOullrlall
Aiiiirlin Manufacturers Moot to t Con Conelder COlishlor Coiiskier
elder llioMflilrr llioMflilrri lime fIIlIcr fIIlIcr11M
> i not dlfl April Aprll4Anlmportant 4An important r rcpre rcpreIIe repreo pre preifivt
ifivt o mfednR of Austrian rnanufao rnanufaoiiir
iiir I Ir r a lift mn t Wd In Vienna dealt largely largelyh
h 3 11 i jucstion iUQ tlon of meeting American Americanimp mnerIcant
imp m IMD t n A resolution wan adopted adoptedninviiity udo1lelnlO1
ninviiity nlO1 fl I l declaring the necessity of ofIns oCIng oflii
Ins Urn th coniinerclnl rclatloiiH of the thoi1
i1 V I Ticivhy rdl with the Unltid Status Statusi
< i u 1 basis of reciprocity rerlpr Jdt < clty and equality etiualltyimultnneouily cllunlltyImultllntOUly equalitymultanouIy
imultnneouily with the renewal of the theimmerclal thomlmelal timernmnerdal
immerclal tr treMles atls In 1303 1303J 1303TWO
70 ms hi1CiI4T4II hi1CiI4T4IIJ ICIIUm ICIIUmJ
J U Cordci TrjIiiR to Kill IC 11111 Iii a Woman WomanSlioois WOIIIIIIIlihool ommmnim ommmnimShOtI
Slioois Three Innocent Men MenK Icni
i K I n L Francisco ranrl o April prit jTwo men menfatally mens
10 s e fatally shot and one seriously norlouslyed
UMcd ed in Joejh Andersons nersonH saloon snloonon
on Pjclfln PacJflr strect early this mornlntr
Jose h H Cnrdes of Elmhurst Ala Alay
3 M iaDunty ounIY y did the shooting He was wasll walifilir
filir to kllll kill ll Kitty ltt Klsel 1 lsel who hio formerly formerlyhim
llvtd lib him but missed her each eachthrca I
till11 oeaa1 and atrulk three Innocent by byof i
ttini lLLtrl > nil ° of whom were v re sailors sailorsQkl
Qkl hJ Ctllon was the Arstof IIrst at the vie vieuill
dmllO as t SUrum uill lie ° died nmnf almost < in inter inafl
aeUr att ter r his arrival at n t the harbor
mtllJng rP ein hospital hospitalS
I ter S JwKfCi oC ° f the transport transportit
laM 1 IIU IKU > through thQ head headMil
HI mj it
1 Mil ns hurlled Urt IC1 to the tl1 clt city receiving celvlngh
I MNt 1Ytt11 h A f aual rlftUllllnpectlon In nectlon convlnctd convtncd4mgsona 1
jw Ibe I aurgiOI1I Mlwnithat that Jorgren would won wonM QOI1dLA
IA
dLA A LShnlf 1 hanky of the hark Harvester Harvesterv Harvesterlnthf
II M thnlln Shot lnthf l Ih t back At the city rc rci4rllal
ltln IL v hopltaJ ° i4rllal the bullet could not he beHIs bcl1
l1 HIs chances of recovery recover arc arc1i1
1i1 JS SlJmjUnm CI S
I 4 1t1 Watohod i by Iolltlclniii So Sobtaln Soaa SoA
aa A 11 btaln Cites CHCHpr
eU1Jltrtt t1 Tot April pr fThe T16 Dings special specialsearch
1 1I11t11l afe watched eagerly bJ ii iil
tIn Iifl In l search senrchoC of cues to public publicthe ubJic
lars ia the th London
correspondent correspondentfito
I IJoe
thI15
fito irtbune Al A J 1 Hnltour four has been beenfcr
I rot le br Mr Chambcrlaln to Wind Windfot
l fot r nt ani MI thllwlJ ti lwJ visits support the cur cur1mong
I bi1f IIII ln thft best
i lIP1 In i Among Informed Informedthat
ltlCI i1lc that Lord BalUburVh
11 1 r rel12 Salisbury di
knr I g It ul 1 Ie ImpcndlnR Impend In and that tho thorai
quietly 1tly
I e yrr8nRln ndltlon conditions ° for
Ibe mp ftrlt ttoranlzalonof Wllon rai of the ministry with withn
1 Nr hcule lord Iflr of ° f Ihe th I Ir mrtuImry l ury ur1ln I In the up
Otrl 11M n ni i the 8e secretary ° rctary for the therhn
i rrlin rhn DUHetln U ft leader Mrter In lll the ° 1OUI1C 110u e of com comfom
art re torai from Arllnuton otrcot otrcotS11
Irlr tOtorable 8 S11 anti j I Iofd < 0111 Salisburys s
1
nOli ri Itrlng SIr aUert thll thllt the f flIIII1 family ly Interest
11 a In tI In nhe the cabinet will kee keeir keep
1 tlM o IIntl the coronation This
Fl Ibt t
r Ie ff t the oil tories who ho
Ir
I 4 f11tIIHn T d to U an any changc chai since Mr M
4 11 S I burs n r r arnot nnotfall fall to t pront by
Tbt ltMrnl1
0 n r tn r be no doubt that the kinK
r 1 1 nr Rti Jt111rment 111 dIe
rbr I I ir t u r ln t of the leadership
f1 t tour r I IU i T Thp rni imlnlMra minsters are ling
I Wi1 rra nan b9 scattered
i
rt t te bll to v JUvfr Itlrra I t dr iff Itr1 k i 1 Pn1l nbur buT18 > R departure departurenot
not yet et set setUrl setItch t tCuba
Url Jai M
11 Cuba Cubataw YulniA
H IJ I
In
A April
11 I It < Pel Ir ° Sneprtllentatle
p fnti fm fj Shnnlll who has Just
t taw tawi IA Ie a two week trio to todday
1 1In e Ir
J r TI i wh S him Preldent Ident dday and andthere
about
conditions there
b I a thai be tholl thotmglm ht there thereex
tpt I t t I 1 man rra In the hluid ex
Jltllan who si did not tavor aver
Forewarned ForewarnedForealnedIJ ForewarnedForearmed
Forearmed ForealnedIJThe
The liability lIabillt to disease dlsc o is Im greatly greatlyJetssncd grtly1eencd rLIlUyle
Jetssncd le setcd when the th blood is i in pood con contlition contiUon contiltiotli
tlition and the circulation healthy and andvigorous am amvigorous an1vgorOUS4
vigorous For then nil refuse mnttcr mnttcris
is promptly carried out of the system systemotherwise liysteUlotherwise systemOtlienViSa
otherwise it would woult1rapldly rapidly accumulate accumulatefermentation accumulatefermcntatlon accumulateernientatioti
fermentation would take place the thelilopd th thbloodbceoll1c theblood
blood bloodbceoll1c become polluted and the consti constitution constllutiou constititioti ¬
tution so weakened that a simple simplemalady lmupiemalady I
malady might result seriously seriouslyA serlousl serlouslA I Igood
A I healthy ltcnlthYI active circulation means meanspood meansgood
good digestion digest on and sttoup healthy healthynerves hcaltllYJICnc1 hctitIiyM
nerves nervesAsa
Asa M 9 n blood purifier and tonic S S S Shns Sh09 Shn
hns hn tto equal 11 I t is fathiettest the safest and best bestremedy bestrcUtedy bestremedy
remedy for old people and children childrenbecause chll chiUcirenbecatise ren renbccnuse
because it contains no minerals but is ismade istuadccxc1uslvcty i iinadecxciusively
made tuadccxc1uslvcty exclusively of roots and herbs herbsNo herbsNo herbsNo
No other remedy terl1c < ly BO o thoroughly and andeffectually nndclIlctually andeflectuahly
effectually cleanses the blood of im impurities 1111SSS liiiS ¬
purities IUrttlCSoatue At Atlltc Atlltcsallie the theeamc
sallie time it builds buildsup buildsUP buildsup
SSS S SS up the weal and de debilitated debllliated dobilitated ¬
bilitated and reno renovates rcnoV ruoyates ¬
V yates t the en entire II sys system systeni S Stem ¬
tem It cures permanently all ulll1H111Uer ulll1H111Ueror manner mannerof
of blood and skin troubles troublesMr
Mr E D IColly of Urbane Urb nI 0 wrltcut wrltcutI
lii I had Ecrpms on pjy rn hnndsunufacofou hnndsunufacofouflvo nuds endfaco nu faco fot fotfivo fo fofive
five soars It would PlY break out In little little7liltu IIttiavhllt littlewhite
white nuBtulos crusts would form and inddropoff ILnddrop anddropoffioavtng
dropoff drop dropoffioavtng oUloavln leaving tha skin red and Inflam Inflamed ¬
od Iho doctors did ma no good I used usedull u usedalitho od odnil
nil alitho tho modloatodBO modlolltedsoapallntl pe and salvos without withoutbonoflt withoutbOnOIl wttbootbonotlt
bonoflt H B B cured mo and my akin sklaIs
Is as clear c oar and smooth as any one oneHrn onortrR 000S 000SMrs
Mrs ITenry EIafrlodof of Capo May 1a 1 N NJ Nr NJesysthat
J Jesysthat BATH A S that twrnty twentyono twntyonobotties > onobottlos bottles of 13 a Nourod tI B Bourodherof t tourot
ourodherof ourod her ot OancoroJ lancer oJ tho broait Doo Dooton 00 00ton ooor3
ton ton or3 nnd fctanda trio nd thought her oaio hope hopelost hopeloss
lost 0
lostlllshnrd
lllshnrd T Gardner Florence 8 0 0suffered 0Guftorad 0ouffered
suffered tar or years with wllll Iloili Two bot bottles bottlca battics ¬
tics of 6 tt 8 iiut tils Is blood In agOOd good con condition oondltOll conLUtioa ¬
dition and tho Bolts disappeared disappearedSend dls3ppooroScud disppoarodScud
Scud for our free book and an write writeour writeour writeour
our physicians about a b 0 u t your case cascjMedical CI1S CI1SLledlcal casedcdca1
Medical advice free freeMIE freetiE freefliE
MIE tiE iWIFT CPECIFIO CO ATLANTA QA QAthe GAthe Qhthe
the acceptance of tho conditions Im Imposed ItnpOEell ito1OtCd ¬
posed by h tho Platt amendment Hut Hutthe lluthe Hutthe
the he politicians an dlepoacd IIMvo ed to claY a awaiting nwaiting awaiting
waiting game he said I believe they theywill thevwill theYwill
will stand out until Congress meets meetsmid meetSIIlId meetsaudi
mid then finding 11ndIn that wo 0 will not mod modify modIty modify ¬
ify our terms they will accept tho thoconditions thocaldltlons theeorjdhtlonL
conditions The better clement In Cuba Cubafavors Cubatavors Cubafitvoro
favors ultimate annexation to the theUnited theUnited theUnIted
United States but I believe a laree lareeproportion larllo1roportloll lnrueproportiomi
proportion agree that It would ho bet better better better ¬
ter to come after a trial trlolot of Indeoend Indeoendence Inl1ependCIICo
mice has been made madeIcnto madePeaeo maudelcntjo
Icnto ttnvoy 1110 llxeciitrd llxeciitrdLondon Ieclllc101l110n ieClItelLondon
London April priI jrho < Tho Blocmfonteln Bloemtontelncorropolfint Blocmfontelncorrespondent flloemfontetncorrosponitont
correspondent of time Mornlnc Iost Pastas PastaslIerll as asnert asserts
nert that t tIll tim Hocrs have ha ye tried for trea treaBon trealion treaIofl
Bon mid II nl executed exectll d Mr de Kock the thepence theJltace theneace
pence envoy who ho took the message messagefrom messnetrom messagefrom
from Jen 0e Smlthporlen to Command Commandnnt
nut Gen Louis Ilottia on February 12
Hnvontliiliiy AilvontUt Confnronco ConfnroncoHattlo Confl1ronccJI1tt1o CotiferenceHattie
Hattie Creek > Mcht lleh April 3The bl blcnnlol blennlnl biennlul
cnnlol report of Elder Q 1 W Irwin Irwlnpresident Irwinpresident Irwinpresident
president of the Seventhday Advent Advent1st Ivent1st
1st general conference which began besnnhere boltnnhere beganhere
here today Iodll wan all made today Elder ElderIrwln BiderIrwlll EiderIrwin
Irwln mild that during < IUrln tho two yours yoursthe yearstIme eursthe
the Incicasc in nicmberihlii hud been beenl2O4
12501 12 04 making n total membership for fortho fortho forthe
tho world 75763 Continuing he said naldThe lIaldrho saidThe
The tithes for the Hamo period periodamounted lerlodnmollnteti periodnmotmnted
amounted to 1005951 1 an Increase over overtho overthe overthe
the former two t 0 year ear of 52053U Do Donations Vonntlonl Donations ¬
nations to carry carryon on missionary work workamount workamount olk olkol11uunt
amount to 151000 Book in fourteen fourteendifferent fourteendlffereot fourteendifferent
different languages have been l1 en Issued by bythe bYthe b bthe
the Hamburg publishing house houseSince houseSlnce houseSince
Since the last general conference conferencenine
nine sanitariums have h vo been estab established estobIIshcll establlshod ¬
lished two In Germany two In Aus Australln Austrnll iustralla
tralln one In New eW Zealand and five In Inthe Innle inthe
J
the united iSlntcs tqtes a atotnl total of twenty twentyfour tentyrOllr twentyfour
four in all parts of the world worldThe worldThe worldThe
The educational work Is successful successfulthere sUlecssCulthere successfulthere
there being six colleges four acade academies oealloInlls acadotnhcs ¬
mies ten training and Industrial IndustrialFdiools Intlustrlolfchools industrialchooht
Fdiools one Intermediate school ami ami22S nlllm
22S church fchftols a total of 263 2G3schools 263alhools 263pchools
schools with 2S1 teachers and 6600 cu cuplla vuplla nupil
plla pllaTo pllaTo pil pilTo
To Develop Ecuadoran Gold FleWp FleWpNev PIhlpNew lielmleNew
New York April 4Dr Jose Jlorgln Jlorglnformerly Borlatormer llorglaformerly
formerly consul general and noting notingminister nctlnminister actingminister
minister to the United States from fromEcuador fromEcuador fromFeuador
Ecuador who has been at the Fifth FifthAvenue FifthAvenue FifthAvenue
Avenue hotel for some time has start started slartcd startCd ¬
cd for home Before leaving he said saidI
I have been In this country wak waking lunkInlr imiaklug ¬
lug arrangements for the shipment of ofmachinery ofmaehlll ofmachinery
machinery maehlll < ry for the better development developmentof
of our gold llelds In a few months monthswo
wo shall have more than 300 dredges dredgesthere dredgesthere
there worked by h electricity Orders Ordershave Ordershave Ordersimavo I
have also been placed with the Amen American Amerlcltn Amencan ¬
can Bridge company for more than 12 12ooooo 2
000000 worth of bridge material to be beURed beuRed beused
URed In the completion of the Guaya Guayaquil Ouaynlull luayaItlil ¬
lull and Quito railroad a very neces necessary neeessary necessary ¬
sary adjunct to the successful working workingof
of the mines We consider our gold goldfleldd gollOcldllwhell goldflids
fleldd Ocldllwhell when fully tull operated will prove provetho proyethe provethe
the richest In the world worldMiners worldtlIcrs worldMitmers
Miners Trouble Not ot Over OverNew OverNew OverNcv
New York April 4 4The The Times says saysHenry sasenry saysHenry
Henry enry White general cnetalKeerelory secretary of the theUnited theUnltr the1JnIt1
United t1 Garment Workers rkers Is authority authorityfar Iluthorltfor
for the statement 6tnt fUent that In spite of the theapparent thoIIppnrent theapparent
apparent success ueces of the mission of John JohnMitchell JolmnMitclmeU JohnlIlcheU
Mitchell president of the United Mine MlnoWorkers MineWorkers
Workers to this city and of the ef efforts efforts ¬
forts of the llev E S Phillips In tho thocause thocause thecause
cause of peace pe ca the trouble with the theminers themlneu tImemlnerm
miners Is I ndt iJ t over yet Secy Sac White Whitewent Whitewenl Whitewent
went to Chicago while Mitchell was In InthJs InthJs inthis
thJs city to attend a convention of the theNational theNlltlonnl tImeNutiotmai
National Civicfederation CIvic t federation n body boll or organized orlIanlzel organlerl ¬
ganized with the object of arbitrating arbitratingdisputes orbltratlngdlFputes r1Itrattngdisputes
disputes between employers emploer and em employes emploes employes ¬
ployes which was 08 to t be held hell In Chicago Chicagoon
on March 28 When Whln he reached Chicago Chicagohe
he found that the convention was post postponed postIloled postlmncd ¬
poned Iloled until unt April pm 23 23Iflnj 25hiig S SInn
Inn hiig KdwnrdH 1 tarI11 Health Healh load CJoodNew Ooot loadNow
Now York April 4 tA A dispatch to the theTribune therlbull thernibuno
Tribune rlbull from Ixmdon ndon says saysThe sasht saysrhe
The ht latest late l reports about the kings kingshealth klnshealh kingshealth
health healh are a1 rcn reaUUri renesuriwc surln Ills throat has hasbeen hasbeen hasbeen
been examined by b Sir Felix Fclx Simon and andthe nndth andtime
the th recent disturbing dlsturhln rumors have been bpenpronounced beenpronouncCl beenronounce1
pronounced pronouncCl to be groundless nrounless sir Felix F Peiixis lb lbthe
it the German Oeml1 throat specialist sPlela1sl who whohns whohal vlmohas
hal been appointed physician phyPclan extraor extraordinary extror extrordlnary extroordinary ¬
dinary to tho king kip nnd has ha been natu naturalized ntu nturlllzl1 naturnhlzet ¬
ralized rlllzl1 IS os a British Drltsh subject The Theldngs TheldngsIeneral kings kingsGeneral kingsgeneral
General Ieneral health halh Is good
GOES TO THE SPOT SPOTThere SPOTThere SPOTrlicrc
There is food that feeds the thelungs thelungs theIuns
lungs Iuns and windpipes ind pipes i it feeds feedsIhewholobodyjbutthelungpart feedsthe feedsthe
Ihewholobodyjbutthelungpart Ihewholobodyjbutthelungpartmore the whole ho1eboc1ybutthe1ung bod butthc lung part partmore partmore
more than the tH rest of the body bodyScottn bodySeoUa bodyScotts
Scottn emulsion of codliver codliveroil codlver codlveroil
oil oil
You Youtthink tthink think J it not food but a amedicine aJ amedicne amedicine
medicine medicne Both There is ismore ismore ismore
more lung food in an 1 ounce of ofit ofit ofit
it than in a pound of porter porterhouse porterhouse Porterhouse ¬
house steak and it goes to tothe tothe tothe
the spot What hat else does doesmedicine docsmcdicne doesmediCine
medicine mcdicne mean meanIt 11CanI meanIt
It I 4mgoes goes goe to the spot spotWtllicnil spotW1h spota
Wtllicnil W1h dJIa yoa a little 1lcla ta t trylf 11101 tqfyoa jr lit litSCOTT 1 i1eSCOIT
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ACUINALDO MAY MAYVISIT MAYVISIT MMVISIT
VISIT AMERIOA AMERICARumored
Rumored In Manila that President PresidentHas
Has Invited Him HimSWEARING HimSWEAlNG HimSWJA1tINQ
SWEARING SWEAlNG OF OJ ALLEGIANCE ALLEGIANCElilcf
1 1Chief
Chief Jnntlcc J l iistlc tlco Arelliijio relalo Induced 111lcel Him Himu 111
to u Tuko k llciicllt Irlelf of IJ the le Am Amnit ttiImes m mIlllr
nit Illlr Imes ty Iroclumnilon IroclumnilonManila lrlcllllnllol lrlcllllnllolMllln lruc I mm in a It ott ottMnniln
Manila Mllln April Alrl 3 3r 3It It IB If reported here herethis herethis herethis
this evenIng avenin that President Iresllcnt McKinley tel lnh lnhIHB
lute IHB Invited Invle1 Agulnnldo Alulnahlo to visit the thoUnited thl theUnited
United Unlcd States and that the former In InBtirgcnt InurRent humsurgent
Btirgcnt leader Iolcr may fUn sail sai from Manila ManilaApril Mnnln Mnnlnprl ManilaApril
April prl 15th Ootf 001 MncArtlmr MncAthur when whenquestioned whenquestoned whenqtmertloimed
questioned questoned regarding tlm rumor rlnor mild ho hohad hohad Imohad
had absolutely nothing nothln to communicate communicateChief cummummicateCimief IJlmunlenle IJlmunlenleChioC
Chief Justice Juatco Arellano relllo who adminis administered Idmlnls Idmlnlstered admnlnistored ¬
tered to Aeulnaldo A ul11ldo tho oath of allegi allegiance alcgl alcgllce ahlegIalice ¬
alice lce to tho United Unied States government governmentdescribed gOYernmentdcacrlblt governmentllomjcnhlji
described dcacrlblt today to a representative rOllrosenlnUvo of oftho ortho ofthe
tho Associated Press the condition corJtol lead leadIng leadIng leading
Ing up to and attending atenlln the ceremony ceremonywhich ceremonywhich ceremonywhicim
which was 18 Hemlprlvato HemlprlvatoAgulnaldo Keml1rlvato Keml1rlvatoAguInaldo semniprivateAgulnaido
Agulnaldo still stil detained delalnol111 In an apart apartmont apartummomit IJart10nt
mont 10nt of the Malacanua Jalalanul palaco olaeo and andawaiting ant andawmiithtmg
awaiting nwaltll orders from rum WiiKhlnifton Wllhlnlton had hadexpressed hnlloX1rcsell lmamloxpressel
expressed himself as anxious to learn learnmore lear learnmnom
more 1010 o regardlnu tsnldlt the American system of ofgovernment otgoverment ofgovernment
government goverment and had asked 18kod Chief Jus Justice Jilttice ¬
tice Arellano Areluno to enlighten enllRhle him Tho Thochief Thochlet Thechief
chief Justice carefully explained expliioell tho thovarious thovarious thevarious
various measures monuras paused fyy y the Philip Philp
Pine plll commission commlsslol and the progress progls9 for formunicipal formunicipal fornitmnleipal
municipal and provincial nolfgovern nolfgovernmcnt olfgovert
bent Inant Listening Llstlnlll with deep eep Interest Inteltst
Agulnaldo Agulnnlo finally Imly exclaimed exclaimedI txclalme txclalmeI
I never nver believed the Americans Americanswould Amertcanswouhl Americanswould
would be so fair tall and liberal liberalHofore Jberal liberalIlofore
Hofore 1oCore the conversation convermtloll had ended ho
had agreed Igrced to take the th oath of nile alleglnnco nie nieglanco nileglanco
glanco and Ind this was Immediately ad administered odrlnlRtered administered ¬
ministered rlnlRtered Senor Arellano Alelano Bays BaysAgulnaldos la8 la8Aguinaldos sayrAguinaidos
Agulnaldos action ncton will wil Induce all alltho al allthe
tho Insurgents Insursents to surrender and 1111 I pro ¬
dlct that the thl Islands Ilands will wi be complete completely ¬
Iy pacified pnclled by June JuneAgulnaldo JuneIulnallo JuneAguinablo
Agulnaldo Iulnallo Is eager to visit lllt the Unit United UniteL Uniteti ¬
ed eL States but when I questioned him himon himon imimnon
on tho subject of holding holdlnl odlce olce ho re replied reo reopllcd reidled ¬
plied that he had no desires In that di direction II dlrection ¬
rection recton and andlntenda1 Intended to retire rcle to private privatelife 1rlato 1rlatole
life le after a I trip to America AmericaINSTnUCTIONS AmericaINsTnuCTrNS AmericaThSTflUCTros
INSTnUCTIONS INsTnuCTrNS TO MACAKTHUn UACAHTJUn I
Washington WnhlnJton April Apri 3 3Afer 3After After a consul consultatlon consultaton consultation
tatlon taton with wih the President Secretary
Hoot tonight Bent a cable message mesage to todon toOon toOon
Oon MacArtliur neAthur giving him Instruc Instructions Instruetlons instructions ¬
tions regarding rClnrdlnB Agulnnldo Aguinalo nnd tho thoviews thovlos timeviews
views of time th administration on somn somnrecommendations 1000 1000Ieeomrnmlatons sornotecommnendations
recommendations Ieeomrnmlatons as to Philippine Phiippine af affairs ntlnlrs atfairs ¬
fairs mado lodo by Gen MaeArthur lacAthur Tlw Tlwcontents Tl Thocontents
contents of the bo bomade bemade
cablegram oablcInn will wl not 10t 10 10lallo
made lallo publo for the prescmt prescmtIt 11esCnt 11esCntJ
It J was wnl stated Rtlted at the II war department departmenttoday deportlont deportlonttodny departmenttoday
today that Imt Gen MacArthur MacAthur had made madeno
no communication relative rll Uve to Aguln Agulnaldo Aguinaldo
aldo 0110 today and that the attitude ntttude of ofthis otthis ofthis
this government toward townrt the th Insurgent Insurgentchief Insurgenlehlf insurgentchief
chief hn hnl has not Changed Ho 11 Is yet held heldas hel helas
as a prisoner nnd wI < lie will wil be botreated betreated betreated
treated with kindness tl t > la II no Ills disposition Illspositon dierosltion ¬
position to allow nlow him liberty 110rty unless unlesl It ItIs I itis
Is demonstrated that lie Intends to com comply comply coinply ¬
ply fully tUly with the amnesty terms and andhis andIII andis
his is oath of allegiance allegianceAgulnaldo alegiance alegianceAgulnoldo allegianceAgulnaido
III Agulnaldo Is I more than nn In ordinary ordinaryprisoner orllnnryprisoner ordinaryprisoner
prisoner and nne It had ian not yet e been de determlned dBtcrmlnel dotermined
termlned whether or not he Is 1 responsl responslpie
pie lc for the violations vlolatonll of o the laws of ofwar oCWar ofvar
war lIla 1s cipturo c l > ture was made rolle with wih a avlow new aview
view ew of securing sceuln results and while whlQ Gen GenMncArthurB Oenalrthurli GenMacArthurs
MncArthurB dispatches 11MpntchcR Indicate that thatthese t1t t1tthese thatthese
these results resul8wII will be very er satisfactory satisfactorythey satstaetory satstaetorytllly
they have not yet followed followedThe tollowedThe followedTime
The cable message mNSare sent to Manila fanla was wasof wasot wasof
of considerable COlsldclblo length len th and one was wal quite quitespecific quitepedlc quitespecIfic
specific pedlc ua Oi to the policy pol of the govern government government government ¬ I
ment It I Is understood un < rslood that Agulnaldo Agulnaldowould Agulnaldowould gulnaldooulll
would like lke certain certlln assurances asstancs of prom promises promIRes promises ¬
ises and tho government Imlrment line Informed InformedJen
len MaeArthur MnlArt ur Just what the govern government gover governmerit ¬
ment would aull do doWhile doWhile o oWhlc
While Whlc It Is believed that the Ineurrec Ineurrectlon Insunectlon Insurrection
tlon would end before Ions Ion without the theassistance thl theassiotance
assistance CMlstnnce of Agulnnldo lJllnoll1o the govern government RUern RUernment government ¬
ment would b bl glad to make use of him himto himto himto
to hasten halten tho jinclflcntlon Julltcnton of the Islands IslandsIf 1lnlls 1lnllsIt
If It can bo lu done don consistently conlRtenty with withAgulnnldos wih wihAgulnlloli withAgulnaidos
Agulnnldos Agulnlloli former attitude attudo nnd con consistently conFlltenly consistently ¬
sistently Flltenly with wih what tho best Interests Interestsof
of the United UnlNI States Slltes In the Islands Islanls arc nrobelieved arcelovd arejmeliOPd
believed elovd to demand dlmlnJ lleports HepOtl received receivedtoday receledtOIII recelveiltoday
today tOIII show that small ftnal bands are con constantly canetanty contantly ¬
stantly etanty Btirftrndcrlng In the Philippines Philippinesnnd Ihl1pplne8 Ihl1pplne8ond
and that general conditions conditons arc most mostsatisfactory mosts1tstnctorJ mostsatisfactory
satisfactory s1tstnctorJ to the military mltllr authorities authoritiesHEPOUT luthorltcs luthorltcsrmpOnT authoritiesIIEPORT
HEPOUT NOT CONFIRMED CONFIRMEDChicago CONFlMED CONFlMEDChicago CONFIUMEDChicago
Chicago April lr 4A A special specal to the theTrlbuno theTrlbun theTribune
Tribune from fror rein Washington lhlnlon lays taysiThe laysThu saysTime
The report from room Manila Mnnl1 that the thePresident thelresldenllas thePresident
President lresldenllas has Invited Invlld Agulnuldo gUllulo to visit visitthu vlsllthu visitthe
thu United Unltet States timid Ind that he h will wil sail sailfrom Fal saltfrom
from Manila Mlllla on QI n April Apri 15 cannot canl0l be bl yen vtrlfled vHIfed yenfled
fled fed here but the fact fnellhal net that the report reportli
li not received with surprise or nosl nosllively nosllve nositiveiY
lively lve denied llcnl L1 Justifies ju tes the Impression Impressiongiven lupre inipresslongiven slon slongIven
given that the suggestion sUSlestlon Is one oriel orielnntlng orl oniginating l lntng
nntlng ntng in Minlta lllla and nnt thnt It I may Ia have havebeen havebeen havebeen
been urged Ired upon the war 1 department departmentand lcparlmcnt lcparlmcntant
and ant the President for early acceptance acceptanceAttention IceeDtance IceeDtanceAtenlon acceptanceAttention
Attention Atenlon Is directed by the tle war de department dopattment ¬
te tepartment
partment to the tact that great reat confi confidence conl confideuce ¬
deuce has been be placed upon UPOI the recom recommendations rcol recoinnmmondutluns ¬
mendations mendntons of the military mlltar1 authorities authoritiesand authorites authoritesand
and the Philippine Phllp1lne coimnliflon commision In deal dealIng dealIng dealing
Ing with problems pro hl1 ns lS they have arisen arisenand arisenand arisenand
and If I Gen MaeArthur MacMthl has hi asked nked that thatAgulnnldo thatAgulnCllt0 thatAguinctlmlo
Agulnnldo AgulnCllt0 be allowed nloell to come to Wash WashIngton WalhInltoll aslm aslmington
Ington to see the tle tlm President Pre9ldent It Is not notdenied nt ntdenied notdenied
denied that thntthero there may be ureat IIet proba probabilities Iroba IrobablltC probabihltins ¬
bilities blltC that the recommendation rClommendaton will wi be becarried becnrrled becarried
carried out outTJII2 outTJ outTIIi
TJII2 TJ KI2TKH FI IlTESAT nS AT TOUIOV TOUIOVAll TUVO TUVOAl TOVI1OAll
All Al franco I rco JiUcrcslcil hltcfcslCII In Those to toTonic toGUIO toouiie
GUIO Tonic ouiie Off UI Next rxt ct Weekarls Week WeekParis WeekParis
Paris April prl 3 3The Tim FrancoItalian FrancoInlan
fetes at Toulon next week are nrl now the thechlnf thechilf tImechief
chief chilf topic of Interest In the French Frenchpress Frenchlress renchpres
press pres and ad the tie subject su ject Is much ills discussed llS llScussed illscussed ¬
cussed In political and
poltcal 11111 diplomatic dlplomnte cir circles clrce citdes ¬
des ce Spectacularly the festivities will
festviies
be very brllllnnt briiant while whl0 It I In I Renernlly Renernllyconceded generlllyconceded generallyconceded wi
conceded that tho occasion
occaion will wi rank as asone n asono
one 01 of the most Important historic historicevents Il historicevents lorlc lorlceVents
events since the IVancoItusslan PrnncoJuufan dcm dcmonitmllon dCI dcmnontratinn
onitmllon tmUln at the same 511e port portAlthough lortAlthough ort ortAllouJh
Although AllouJh there Is no question qu < ton of nn nnalliance nnnilance analliance
alliance nilance between leteel the two countries cuntries yet yetthe yetthe ct ctthe
the meeting meetng of President Prc lllent Loubet Lubet and nndthe anIthe andtime
the Duke of Jenon elQa will wi bo nn In incident incidentof
of the first value because Lecluse It I will onl onlclaly omclnb ofldcl
wi
claly dcl mark the opening openlnl of a I new IW era eraof eraoC eraof
of Italy good fcelln Ceelng between France and andItaly Iml ImlIaly andItaly
ItalyFrnnce Ialy
Frnnce Is 1 not seeking s an alliance allianceWith nllnnce nllnncewih alliancewith
With wih Italy Hnl said sld n I French l renrh diplomat diplomatwho
who li In close 0101 touch with wih the official officialrelations ofclnl ofclnlrelatonll officialrelations
relations relatonll of the two countries countriesThti countle8 countle8Tha CountriesThe
The FrancqJtallan FrnnrqJalnn demonstration demonstrationnt demonltrlton demonltrltonIt
nt It Toulon does not Imply that t1at at all al
Wa have no n reason to exptct expt l that Italy Italywill Ialy Ialywil ItalyvhiI
will wil detach Itself Ilclr from torn the triple nlll nlllnco nl nlliMnce
ance nco On tho contrary we have every everyreason eVer eVerrrlson everyrtaeon
reason rrlson to expect that she he will renew
her adhesion adhclion adhclionSIrcyl adhesionStarveylmig expect 1
SIrcyl Starveylmig Pnclflg lcIOo Coast Mnc MncSan IIIC IIICSan IlimiCSan
San Francisco lroMIR April prl 4Tho 47ho Chronicle Chroniclewys Chronllle ChronlllemI
says mI This y year eur ar promises tn be ont oniof ontot ourof
of the busiest Lu lest In the history hlstor of otile the coat cacti conttAnd cactisod I Iand
and geodetic eoetlc eurvey IIJVt department deprlmenl Ind IndInlrtant mind mindimmuportant nd ndimportant
important results ttsuls ore expected expectt from the thowork Ihl thework
work ork of partita plrte engnRod In surveying aureying
he Pacific coast cnu line lineThe engalel lne lneThe lineTime
The work ot perfecting ierte ting the survey surveysarnpnd
around the Philippines Phlppine has hi been placed
In the hands of aK Putnam of the thecoast thecoaat thecoast
coast survey lurvy who ho with F W Ed Edmunds Edmunds 1dmunds
munds H NI N UluJdca Ith dcs H 0 c C Denson and
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To Her Husband Husbandand Husbandfnd
SAVED
and fnd Friends Friendst f fBY
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Warners Warnrs Sate Cure Co Conooliwlcr CoIlochiester +
nooliwlcr Hochl tcr N Y YDcnr Ylear T1ear
Dcnr lear 81rs 8IrsIetoro Slrsietore lotore cltliLr elhcl of J my daughters daurhtcrs was Wia born bor I was dying dyingwith dylnl dyingwith
with wih kidney disease dlstale I am now nol a grandmother srapdJother There are no 10 words to totell t totell
+ tell tel what hat I Mirrored luturell Whol When I lay li1 down dowl at night I would woul pray It I theme tliurowna Ihol IholI themeno
was no toilet Iolot for or me that I would never B see O another morning tnornln Anyone Anyonecuuld Anyonet nono
t could see leu I could eoul not In this thllonilton condition live Ivo long 101g My MrhusLnn husband triad doc doctor dootor duotor ¬ t
I + tor after doctor but I Got no Ia batter leter und ll oh I time thl nasty IISty muff Itur 1 tiwal tiwallowed 811 811owed sVimIlowed
+ lowed Some 1010 ommie way I dont remember now 10W how i1o one of your painiihlotH painiihlotHfell pallllhlotl
fell tel Into may hands I saw cures CII88 just Ilka 1110 mine min described desorlled so I thought thoughtmaybe thoulht t tmaybe 4 4maybe
maybe your remedy might help inc le I nuked a ked my llY husband huslJn11 to get 11 11but I 11but
but he had It no faith In patent medicines HO IO he wont eiit to another alotlol doctor doctorHUl doutoriitlli
81111 HUl iitlli 1 Brew vorso woso People who lived 1QII fioine ROIB distance tlstlneo from Crol room coo O tuM mu muafterward IU IUuterwlrl tilenftervmmrd
afterward that they would a v ask lc I when whel they 1Ie the saw any In of if my 1 imi noar neIgh nelglii neIghhorlllC neighiuur +
i uterwlrl borH horlllC It 1 vn vns tlut still 8t11110 alive One day I saw a friend flllnduollK going to town tOWI mid 1111 I rtold ftold 4
t told him WOl to bring me a bottlO boWl of WAHNMUH W AN NII HAFK CUlti emu I had ol IO uottaken i it
t taken tlkl It three days before eon I began helll to feel hotter When that botllj hoW1l botlimwmut T Tt
wmut gone I hind no trouble geting getting my mdi hU811lrl immmsbmimul to got ru moo ulother I IIlu IItismi
Itismi l sent 10le for hd time rils pills I 100 took In al nil nbout lel teum botos bottles Ir of Warner1 Wnrnerg BICe BICeCure Sate SateCure I
Ilu Cure and live vo ur th the Hutt liUmd 18 I do oh l n mmy OWI own work ha have va very I lit littin t ttn
tin mmeemi oC medlclP nmodieit J haVe ottr1 oftemi thought I Would < tel tell you ou WIlt vimat your yourremnedy > IJur IJurrem
t tn rem remnedy Iled dy dW VoMm tar 11 imP but put Illt It I off from Crlm time to time tme tmefhlnkhlg timeTimmmnking
T 4 4MItS
rcituyTlmnuitiB Timmmnking fhlnkhlg you ou for my life lo 1 ll mmiii m respcrttul respectfully
> 1lU3 MItS N NELLI1 ELII DA DAVIS DAVISVraotttaPl0qt VIS VISl
l VraotttaPl0qt o < llpl O f W VAIINtns Anstn Hr I4AEE UVI Jvnr Jvnrsent 1
J sent ont Iln nllplcntlon nllplcntlonlldrs aplictitioa aplictitioatddress
W WAitEn8 AY1 CUIr Cumin CO JOhtoetmoste
tddress SArI
lldrs AISES Ioclcltor htoetmoste N Nf Y
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students of the University Unlverl of Call California Cnl CallfornttL ¬ I ICornIa
two
stUtlent Sheridan SheridanOn
fornia sailed on tho transport Irnlsort I IOn
Hntel Oi P Hitter with two twoother twoother tWOother
H
On Tuesday fuesiay 1 Hter maid nndseventeen maideeenteefl
the
other olllcero of department Inl Inlaeyentaen
men Railed d on the Valencia Valenciafor aleloll alelolltor
seventeen for Prince lel Williams Wllnm aal < sound where they theywill IhY IhYwil theyvlhl
commenced commencedlast
continue the sumya
will wil last year contnue devoting dovotlul sllVfYS especial attention to tothe totho tothe
the Vnldes arm of tho sound BoundOil soundoxns soundTexas
Texas oxns Oil 01 OilFIeiiiS Fluids lchl Aflro AflroUcaumont Alro AlroHen 1ilreBeaumont
Beaumont Hen umont Tex April 1111 pnil 3A dlsas dlsastrous I1IMRtrous disastrous
Is In progress In the oil fields noldHThe fieldsThe eldaThe
trous fire oi
II
of ofgas ofgas ofgas
The Woods well struck a heavy low OOI
tonight WOlds wel and It caught fire re from a atorch atorch atorch
gas torch In the hands of workmen 3 Time TimelininG no holare nolame
the thederrick thodenlek timedetnick
the air high above
lame shot In Ilr
11 This Thiswell Thisel Thiswell
lare and continues to burn bur
derrick well Is 1EO 1jO feel contnueB from the Hamlll Jnml well wellwhich wel welwhIch weiiwhich
which el developed thfl name gas features featuresa
Water mud and rock rocknro roclloro rockare
a few days ago feet feethigh feethigh feethigh
sixty
shooting out of tho pipe
are shootng contact with the flames flamesmakes finalesmakes
high nnd Ind lameB lameBmalles
makes a cloud of steam steamGreckH steamGreolcR steamtireeJcstttmtPk
GreckH tireeJcstttmtPk Attack tlpk 7uw 7uwLondon 101 101Lonlon 1mnsLondon
London April 3 3The The Morning Lead Leader ¬
Api tho following dispatch dispatchfrom dispatchfrom
er publishes folowing
publshes Vienna At Smyrna on thd thdstrength tMtrcngth thdstrength
from Srra
bad badmurdered bnllmurdercl imadmurdered
strength of rumors that the Jews
a Greek lad for ritual rltut1 pur purposes purpOBes purposes ¬
murdered 10000 Infuriated Infurilted Oleee Greeks stormed stormedtho Itormed Itormedtho
poses 1000
Ghetto Gh to The Turkish troops troopscharged troopsclarged troopsC
charged C tho arged the mob with wih bayonets ba onetl ono onopeBon onopo80n onepimion
peBon clarged being bein killed kied and fourteen rourteenothers rourteenotherswounded tourteenotherswounded others otherswounded
wounded woundedWHUAM8 woundedWIIAWS woundedWIIJIAI1tMS
WHUAM8 WIIAWS KKCHXT H 1 SPKKCHEB SPKKCHEBWhcro SpggCIEB SpggCIEBWhcro spihC1IIsShero
Whcro Ho Jo Travels TravclMiiC Ho Only OnlyLaudation Onl Itcers ItcersLamni Clrl ClrlIallltloll
Laudation Iallltloll Lamni iii lou and 111 tutu Flattery FlatteryBerlin Platery PlateryDeln P I at tery teryBerlin
Berlin April 3 3The Tho German press IJreSI Is Isstill Isstl isstill
3Th
still Deln busy hu y lprl dlBOUwlrig dlselsslng the recent speeches speechesof apccle apccleoC
stl Westphnllan WestphnllanMercur WestphuiliaflMercur
Emperor l William The Westp1lan Westp1lan1lercur
of n1eror Wil al Yolks Xcltung Xcltungnstcrt citUmgassert I
Mercur and tho Cologne ValIs Zelung Zelungnucrt
1lercur greatly mlfl mlfltaken ntistaken
assert that the kaiser Is gretty mll mlltaken
taken If he thinks his 1ml trips through throughthe
enable him to know the thereal therenl timereal
the countr enfble hll
real opinion of the German people peollc con concerning COl COlcernlng COimcernimig ¬
cerning him himOn himOn
On tho 111 contrary as one of these theseJqurnalB th thesejqurmmaia a ajQurnlt
JqurnalB remarks remarkl those trips oply oplyFerve oplyferYe oplyserve
serve jQurnlt to create within him a tnlsu tls no notlom n ntloni riotion1
ferYe tl but butlaudation butlaldatonnnl butlain
tlom for lie sOldoin s sCldoflmlLears ihears hars anything alyt lnl
laudation laldatonnnl tion1 lain ation nnd tlatlary tlatlaryThere Iotory IotoryThere hiattdryThere
There seems no doubt however that thathis thnthis thathis
his majesty told Ia tho delegations deleJntoDB of the thePrussian theIrusslan thePrussian
Prussian diet some sotnesevero severe things dur during tlurIn during ¬
ing In the recent audiences regarding tho thoselfseeking thoIltsc timeselfseeking
selfseeking Iltsc klng policy poley of the conservatives conservativesand
and agrarians agrariansST
ST LOUIS IOU IMPOSITION BXIOSIIO COMMISN COMMISNI CnlIS CnlISCnl
Call Cnl nt It White Whie Itte lloiiso U O nnd a amid 11 11 ILL Ho Hospects ncIlleIt9 liesmCOte
to thn President PresidentWashington lrc PresitiemmtWashington hcnt hcntWashington
spects I tl
Washington April Apri 3 ExSenators 3gSenatorsThurstoll 31xSenatorsrhtmraton ExSenatorsThurston
Thurston McBride and Lindsay Ilnllsny ex exItcprcsentatlves cxHpre oxItepresontatives
Itcprcsentatlves Hpre entatlves Allen Alen of Mississippinnd Mlslslppl Mlslslpplnnl Mississippi
and John F 1 Miller of Indiana live livemembers IWomembers flseamembera
members of the Mier recant rec recantiy ntly appointed St StLouis Stlouls Stouin
Louis ouin Exposition J poslton commission called calledupon calet calledupon
upon the President today Mr fr Allen Alen re remarked reo reomarkod notmmarke1 ¬
marked humorously hUloroully after lfer the Interview Interviewthat
that time thl commission had simply 8Inpl cnllcd cnllcdto clle
to thank the President on behalf of tho thocountry thocountr timecountry
country countr for the t1 wise selections selectonl he had hadmade hni hadtmmde
made Under the law the commission commissionmust
must organize organie nt St Louis under the thodirection thl thedirection
direction directon of the secretary of state slatewithin statewithin statewithin
within thirty thlrt days da1 after nCcr Its Is appoint appointment nplolntment appointmnent ¬
ment After ler leaving lelvlng the White House Housethe lose losethe Housethe
the members of the committee cOnnlec saw sawBecy sawSee sawSee
Becy See Hay Jn The We fve members lemberp of the thecommltslon theomllslon thecommission
commission omllslon took the oath of office ofce at attho attho atthe
tho state department dpartmcnt and received rceelve their theircommissions theircommlsslonl theircommissIons
commissions There was some discus discusplon llheusflon dicutsion
plon flon as to the date Upon which the thecommittee thocommltco timecommittee
committee commltco would oull meet but no 10 agree agreement agreement agreemount ¬
ment was wai reached arid It I was Wfl left lef open openuntil OIIC openuntil
until lnt other members m < mbcrs of the commission commissioncould COJtnlsslon COJtnlssloncould coummmissioncould
could be heard from fromGrtn fromGon noun nounlen
len Itotlin 10111 Letter Ielcr to lltchntiLondon Kltchnnr KltchnnrLondon lchn r rLon
London Lon on Apill Apri 4 4Time The letter leterot of Gen GenHotha Gcn1otho clemiIlotita
Hotha 1otho the Hoer commandcrlnclilcf commandcrlnclilcftu
tu tl Lord Kitchener commanding the theUrltlsh thuBritsh timeliritisim
Urltlsh Britsh forces In Houth folJth Africa Arlcn prelimi preliminary prclml prclmlnar preliminary ¬
nary nar to the recent pence meeting lletlng casu casually cusunllY enstially ¬
ally referred to In LieutGen leLIOen Kitchen Kitcheners JehenErt ¬
ers Ert report ot the negotiations negotatons and andfrom Ild Ildfrom amdtrain
from which v Iciu the opponents o Colonial ColonialSecretary ColonialSecretary ColonialSecretary
Secretary Chamberlain hoped to obtain obtainBorne obtnln5me obtainsome
Borne 5me clew cle of the reason for the failure fnlluroof falum falumor
of the conferences conterlnrl was published publshed ns al a apreliminary uprelminary apreliminary
preliminary prelminary paper this morning rning The Theletter Theleler Timeletter
letter leler Is dated at the commandant gen generals genorals ¬
orals < 118 camp Feb 13 nnd Inrl and commences commenceswith commenccswith commenceswith
with a reference r lJrenca to th tIme verbal vorhll message messagefrom messlgo messlgotrom messagetroimm
from your our excellency oxcelencr Continuing Continuingthe Contnuln Contnulnthe
the letter leter says saysI sa saI
I have the honor to Inform your our ex exccllcncy excellenc excohiency
ccllcncy that thnll nn mm one on desires more thnn thnnI IhRI
I to bring this blood strife Itrle to an mm eM eMI
I would w0111 nlso nls very er much like lke to meet meetyour mletolr meetyour
your olr excellency exctlen for time tla purpose PUrAC of ofreaching ofrachlng ofreaching
reaching n mutual understanding undertanding and nndIN omlIN andL
IN THE THEMORNING THEMORNINC
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MORNINC MORNINGWith I IWith
With Wih your breakfast br aktut a cup of ofhot f fhot rbot
hot Flcprune F1 prune tSe t e perfect perfet fool foolbevtraje tool footbevrae
bevtraje will wi start you right rlih for fortho fortlo forthe
the tlo day dayFlgprune dayFllprn I IFigprune
Flgprune Fllprn will 1 Invigorate the thebly thebody V Vbody
body bly and steady the nerve nerveA nervC nervesA I I II
EN i ibntrie
A beverage bntrie that Is both floUr nonrlihlnr nar narlhlnr floUrishlar
lihlnr lhlnr and Invigorating Invl oratnl will 1 all allin skiin 11
in nuklnr ready for the th 0 morrow morrowFIsprunn tnorroFlrpruh morrowFltprunmi
FIsprunn Flrpruh C Cerel Cereal rtal Is I Its It I name namAT nmAT nameAT
AT ALL Al I OnOCEnJ GRoCEr3 I
BCD If It I Is not possible to discover
terms terml under Ind r which this can cnl bo done
The remainder telolndel of tho letter leter of Gen
Ijotlm Is of no Importance In10rtnnec It J t merely
suggests UIrost a placu of meeting and ar ¬
otleelnl
Ir
rangements rnJIIllnts for or the guarantee of safe
guarntee
conduct conductCollector conductColleclO conductCoilcctmm i
Collector ColleclO Visits HuokctNlioiH HuokctNlioiHNew nnokotlloll nnokotllollNew 1immCktiiojNew
New York Yorl April Apri 4 Uucketshops
have received visits Visis from trol deputies act ¬
ing under tho orders of Charles H
Treat collector eoleelor of Internal Intolll revenue rlcnue eu1rlel for 1
tho Second district of Now Nel York ork SOy
oral of tho illicit iicit places IJlncls have hrle been
closed how many Collector Colector Trent rent does doel
not care cnrl to say IIY Not only will build
wil bulii
Ings be watched by I tho collectors man
but desks dlsl also for tho detection detecton colcetols of un ¬
lawful operators operatorsA oPIItora oPIItoranlmhcr
A number nlmhcr of proprietors prorlrololl of bucket
shops havo Informed IICormed the hc collector that
they will wil seek other Jlelds coloctor Several
licenses Iconsel have been given Jlvcn lelds out ou t to men
who seemed to fear the federal tedorl authori ¬
ties tel tIe more thnn the state ftnle officers of the
olcerM
law Still Stl others otherl havo hlt1resohcd resolved to run
their business bUllnlSR as al openly and tilco tllo their
chances of being beln fined fned and fnd routed They
place their reliance rlnnc6 on their clause ciluse It
Is JI my Intention to deliver tellvtr and pay for I
said soll stock They The apparently appalen Wore ¬
gard Inr < the recent r < cnt ruling rulnJ of Commissioner Ir
Ycrkeswho Yerkes who declared
that suh n pjirase p rase
would not In Itself be
Isel accepted as con ¬
elusive evidence that black was wnf white whiteAnil whiteAnt whIteIkmiti
Anil Ant Clerical Clerlcll Demonstration DemonstrationNew IclonHtrntlol
New York April 4 4A A dispatch to the
Herald Ueroll from Valparaiso Vlllpnrn150 says
An n anticlerical ant clerical demonstration was
demonstrton
made In the streets of this city Tuesday
The fie Spanish drama drmn Electra J lectr cty which
caused riots when It
was Wla performed In
Spain was Wil to have been lertorncd performed
here Fearing I elrllg an outbreak of feeling
the mayor laYlr ordered tho police polce to telIj close
the theater A largo crowd gathered g1therd
K 111 timmd Ill marchel CthCa tlmiougt dii hlf tlIHtel ptbdt ptbdttug
throulh HlfflUaWS1
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11 8holtl ayulnx th Ihe rYo rYoTh
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eablnot ea II t crisis Is sflhi
Uho I ito alwunHohtt tutu lWnclly tutudm1 n nculty
exeuutlv win iii uffiifTgreat l
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culty clly dm1 1 y In organize irgmltmlzl rig iL 1 1ifdwtr nJRr fctrywhlch fctrywhlchvlll Whluh Whluhwi lull lulliili
vlll wi ButlHfy sutHfy the th niwra Ihpral ItfI anTentjn tr ° con control contrl C011trot
trot trl m concreHii COImgiessittor fewvV fewvVHolilltM
mOlH NI IMltl j 5t iI rj rjj rjfoll ii iiiloithiums
HolilltM foll h I1 CnliDifo llell tiio tl < iiipprcss iiipprcssIlKlHIliB SImlllesdI SImlllesdIiI IIJrC6r
IlKlHIliB 11111 iI alit I hg In I ii Iw Ilmi in jj jjNow 1
New York YOII April Aprilthe Apri i r rich to totho tothe
the Herald 1elI11 from flOI Kin KinScrloiiH J itt Janl IstOiro s paP paP51rlmtt I
ScrloiiH Scrloul riots IIt me meim IU it t CII r Mr91 lara laramis
im 11 u result of friction frictionlltlcnl friton fri lion LQ bQlir1m l tile hO imp implitical 0 0Ileal
lltlcnl Ileal Parties imrtipxrightliiK 1Ht PartiesViglmtlumg ie fA fAI
rightliiK I Jlhtnl In tin filrreti juIflO el m so 50 50Vane O Ovow
vow that thlt tin 111 IWIITO IWIITOask poll Iq rOlPd1htd lcd to toUI toasic
ask UI for or the aid nl tf if f nj 1 1Iho
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finally Ihmly the 501114 oij IIITK < TH Hl 5njp ie1 < to tollr
lire llr 10 upnn 1111 the inn 11111 Intls in II I Iho ell a tqjJielle lr 1e tl tm tmiestti lK 1
re lesul iestti uH t four r IICIHUMH IICIHUMHninny I CUFIM IIK tht leriWIl e idhied d an anl1n amid amidmommy
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Admiral Admirl Jrowa Irontn guvorriot jIC If COlas COlaslallld Corns Cornsi
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Island lallld i sin umi IIUH hUl reimtiKi rlllt1 reIn I I I IIIor tf t f MlilrlJ Adullirmi I Mello Mellonn 1lelo 1lelonn ci I a aan
nn order ordCr of tin minlntr ummni pfihe if time navy navyUuclnrlng navytIclallng navyUoclating
Uuclnrlng tIclallng h WOW WI IllnIKtprjIthe nt iiiiti 11rly iii rh > Wi 1J1ttflt t fl Il the theHnme thoMnle thesame
same Mnle time tmo unlcrlnu orl111111 him tOiirc w11frrf ent l him himself himRelr Iuiuimself
self at tltn thr tim arsumi fn mtrsmmrtIAdmiral 111 iw iwAdmiral Wfllmlral
Admiral Mdlo MII It > t tho thr nr r nhhr celved celvednn ceIV11In
nn In order t In K 11 go tu 1 icun I itmIt Illi nijaVit nil WEtit lt there therenew therenol therenes
new nol InstniciiciiiN IISIIoIH ins t ill I I liltIli n I I t d i Hedto jlPtl iL tQ obey obeyon obeyun
on limo ground grlul1 liat I h M li III Tll Tllminister Thu Thutnlnlator Thuniinistor °
minister of the tiuy r thoieffpoii thl p ordered iorderdhis orderedlib
lib reurrent reurrentjr reurest reurestl v
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jr i1 Levy lc n I 1tr I i H Y8 I It IK IKde isOt
nNot de deol
Not ol l 10 bo boPnris lieltmuris Icaltll Icaltllnrlp
Pnris nrlp April Ni 4 4 At I a mcUngof I mctiimg tllC of the theBocloty theAocoly tlmenociety
Bocloty Aocoly of merchants IprrhRntR andiinianUfactUi andiinianUfactUiors nnd andtmmatmU1mtCth1tore anUCICtl
ors of Franco I rulcf the chlcf ilml tpcalter c enkcr er M MLovy M1ovy
Lovy 101 a banker riierilnglf ni ferming to tH0 thl thO econ economic oconomlc eCOImounic ¬
omic situation sltUatol slttimit immum oppose tlidldcd tl timit i idelt dpt Of the theyellow thcyelow timeyellow
Pf id
yellow yelow peril I rl In trade H lie pointed out outthat oulthnt otutthat
that China Chll1 hUm and Japan worff er end enormouslY endrmousiyIncreasing enormouslYIn fl T105Y T105YI
Increasing In I nereusi leuslllJ ng their t import while oil their ex exports oxports cxprt8
ports were Blmiit I h1 < t ttiitttnnftfy I tnnlir tnnlirH <
AH H to the 11 tIm ctimpctitlun from the UnitedSinteR united unitedStates UnitedStates
States M 1 Levy Ic L IIIrlton ugld 111 oil tin thoy froftl y WerS w rO render rendering r reimderIng lllr lllrI ¬
ing I ft great lnt servl 8ervl < v I In ending Rn to France Francetheir lran FralmCetheir e etheir
ni lnl
their raw II products Their holr < competition competitionIn olnpatton olnpattonIn
In mnnufacturid rnnutnetufld arlhlcs al6ne nl l ne had ad to tobe tobe
be reckoned with wih itlm artdes mid and should sh ldba ho met metby metb fbIIW
by b certain fiscal tplnl changes nn R favorable to toFrench toFrench toFrench
French products and on Ly removing relroylnJ re reHtrlctlons reoHtrleton nottnictions
Htrlctlons Htrleton on business hU8In > s transactions transactionsFrance flinsaclon trantacttonsFrance
France need nCd fear iiflthcr 1 lhlrth6 the yellow yellownor yelow yelownor
nor the Yankee Ylnke peril perilTHKOLOCJICAI prl prlTJWlOC priiThi
THKOLOCJICAI TJWlOC Thi ThiIt SII SIIIt SI t lnY lnYI
It I Is Made TriiMtco Trmmstcnfmr rll for Hulk Ull of Kov HmO Jt
0 It I H IlleA I llnle Property PropertyChicago IrOI iropertChicago tr trChlcaso
Chicago April prl f tA 4 A special specnl to the thoRecordHerald tboIecordlelll theIlecordhlerald
RecordHerald Iecordlelll from Cairo Illinois IllinoisBays Ilnois IlnoisI IllinoisHals
Bays BaysThe I HalsTime II I
The Western Theological seminary of ofChicago atChlno ofChicago
Chicago Chlno Is made the Ugstec Irv trus1eo ie pf q the hulk bulkof
of the property IlrOlcrt of the late Hov HovCha9 HovCha9Ieuhen Ito Chatf ChatfIleuben CimaIloulmen
Ileuben Ieuhen hale bishop of Cairo Cllro Tho wi will willhns viiihas
has just jlst been pmbatcit The o estate Is Isworth Isworth Isworth
worth from f500K to 1100000 1100000The ioooooTime
The he rust fund placed 1000 In the hands Of Ofthe htthe oftime
the seminary erlnnr Is to tt be used to uerpetu uerpetuate verpetulte
ate lte the name of Hal and anItq to extend limb thbwork Ulbwork limbvork
work to which the th bishop gave his hlalife hislCe hishlte
life lCe
To o Vldcn Chicago Chlcalo Klver KlverChicago lcr lcrChicago illyorChicago
Chicago April prll 4OonJomnatlon tonJcmnaton pro proceedings proceedlngl proceedinga ¬
ceedings ceedlngl to widen wien the Chlcjtgo river riverhavo riverhave
have 11 vo been begun Jln In the circuit court by bythe b bthe bytime
the Sanitary 8anlury district districtIn
In the potltoln pettoln for rfinilemnatlon c filed filedby fet fliedby
by Attorney Atorney James Todd Tdd the thecourt court Is Isasked Ieasked Isasked
asked to transfer the title tlle ot 35000 35000square 3500 35000sunro
square feet of ground grounJ along ni n the cast castHide casttldo casttdlde
Hide tldo of the Ih river at Canal Cllnll street etr < et from fromthe tromthe tronmtime
the present 11sent owners OIn < 1 to the district It ItIB J Itis
IB one of many similar simiar suits slle which will willbo willbe 1
be brought for or the purpose purose of securing securinga
river a width wllh of 200 feet along the Chicago Chicagoriver Chicagoriver I Irher
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Hair Haire
Long Soft
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trow gro long lonl and beautifully LcaulluH ln InJurlanl tirlanl He Heproprlntor ii iiproprietors e eroprlolo
proprietors will 1 wall mal to unjono WhO nendi nendiname leudInmf eod eodname
name Inmf and nnl nddrc s II i frfc Irlllll tr r ni inrlnno h o of tho
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U no 10 rood l0tl reason why you or your children childrenshould ChiiICOOsliouiil
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protection Ilrotctlon In both olh suramfrand IUtnmcr and winter Ilotr Iltll uil
without wihout a good Jod ifwirtli growth of hair IL child or
adult Is always 111iylabl liable to colds Sicknust Ickn chid n or o
the 118 mother or child hld ofieu ofl 11 nuns or nualym
thehutr tho hair roots rot and venn ore required ptalrr tonvr tonvrcome r
come the loss 10 Who can doubt doubllh8 tho cnerlti of
this wonderful remedy when we e hire thous thousands ¬
ands of testimonial teslmnnlal from Ir01 nucli nniiuBiilon nniiuBiilonahlo u l
able Iblo poopJa IU People U at a tho following lollollniy n ll
H Itlys iy y rrorenor I Turner Tun r resident I rrlden of Knit it
mount Iount OolUjo C IIa 0 Sulphur 8ulllr Ky Alter tor bCllC t108 Inj
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entire WM covered with thlok
oltlro tcnlp wa cOrollllh n dOKiij
growth of new oel hair Tliowholeof Tie limo 1holool imoieof my hair
was IISl0nu tone qicopt n fringe Irln u around the hat line
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ilt ws eutrely
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head ns mine minI no bald Illd headed person need
fear the results resultsJIllo r05ul r05ulMi resulteIlile pnon 11M
JIllo Mi tuna H U9 Avcnuddos 19 Acnuod05 Champs Elysws EI7 I
tbo famous Parisian Iarblan Contralto Cntralo BIM Ih08 wtmooe won wooIcrtul sonilerluily ¬
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cured eure a set st 500cr of the tt tpso ten Itemoillti lltY8111 while pro pro ¬
tour
ln nr the State o Iemcdlu Ihlo I
and
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half ha p to ciuv cau cauidel M d my
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yearn oah befnlihing ber beam burg my m hair hid tried
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cannot al t ad
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iiilnfrbnlrrc Ilnj miming hair remedies rememlisa > m < dlo I trledadoenorroora tied filet I dOl dozea torO n or more
before btar I ran rai icro acru Lemma the Fete Trcatmunt 101 and
am al glad Iad testy that Ihl I was i 0 well rdtardfid rcntQD ad My
entlro entre iralp iesi l Is now nOI thlokly ll cotered l with 1Ith long
cterC lonl
dark hair or the natural nturl ihkdeand shle shade snt I know
byond beyond question quellOI that thl tbo mh nn ant Itcrriidlei
caultd O1el tult t Is result roult IrtonoUolUtoto I do ilonet tb DOt tOl1 ealtatoto IOlldCi Irnd
ay name nme and nd tnOuenso to tlieio 6hloto thoroughlY Iot
trnitwprthyhalr tulwprth haIr grOwers
Vllli Wlh thH 11 nev DO remedy jrwer the hair roots roll ara
stimulated slmulated to t amo arnosi IDWI sratlfilni IrllrlCi degree Mgrco < v The ho
young younl hair shoots sboU torl forth and an row with sun
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prulnj prllnr rapidity rapdly Jiolhen of llttla lll iilrli lris
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lifeless WcleS will 11 bo opalculolr boparticulor patllcularlr ajpU y diluted dl1 di Dty iImted hled with
tbe th wonderful cffiiet clect c ect of this Ibl n rTelousr maneou r m ir
ody While Whie the precaution h la I 1
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tadWdnew lOll baldness aldnuln In older people ppl It I is do dolod dolia lrod to t t
nonualnt 10ualothuIothor mauftlntthuznottmor tho mother with Ipre preparation that
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