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DE6EBM1 EVJBNINe NEWS MONDAY MAY G 1901 s
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JACKSONVILLES JACKSONVILLESHOMELESS JAOKSO N VILL E8 E8HOMELESS
HOMELESS FOLK FOLKTen
Ten Thousand Dependent Upon UponCharity UponI
I Charity CharityPRESIDENT CharityrRtSlDBSrr
PRESIDENT M GOVERNOR GOVERNORAI
111ul 11I 110 AI 111 It CnA CnAMas CAnAIGUJU
GUJU rlnltrEIIOoll SUI SUIItl
Itl 110
IUtI Needed NeededJa
IIIB May G GThe The hun liunml
1csonvllle
Ja IUOOQ humcless peollte wus lIat lIatfteJ
tr of the IIrrlvol ot reller relleri
tdn upon
fteJ ml boats bringing provisions provisionsineghborine provisionstra
tra i LS ineghborine nelghb rln town to ns Ear rly I y this thlsTn thisrom
1 rom ct1mm I ssnr lIS CS t 0 0ed b bnln
n
nln Tn In the center c nter of the city clt and ando
ed lIero o fed during the day dayla dayThe
t Oulands r1Ief tund la growing hourly undoffers und IIndeW
The mall brIngs offers of assistance assistancean
eW an order was promulgated promulgateduuttwl promugatel1und
Too a
uuttwl law requiring all mcr mcrMI Imrhants
und r torcs were spared by byJ h hIh
whose
hants MI doors doorsh
J ennawatioii to open their
Ih h all who ask Tho stieeta stieetan
n to
rd 1111 crowded all day with shop shopl sho shoe
h benn n
l Ie who lost lo t all in tho lire und many manyrl IInnyi
e all night nightSUriB
rl will remain open
SUriB i Ht rC8 Humate K > m J that i A 3000 Aftrt frinwurtfria nermms linirt linirtK have havecvpr hn hn11t
1111 outB olltljonlf ° train trnlJ trainwded
ity It ullll I cvpr elcry
SMI SMIsroff 11t I
wded J with refugee n Five car carf
d f lents were erc received rccel cd today tho thotho thoroprrty
roprrty 115 of the state which lire to be ber Je JeeJ
homeless temporarily An Anibpw Allthl
the
eJ r
ibpw nt of f tents t nts IB expected expectedthe
thl government to arrive tomor tomorfmorrw tomorto
from the
sroff fmorrw to morning the TlmeBUnion TlmeBUnionntll
TmorriJl Cltzen will estimate tho total totalss totalfopertf
and lops ss at u t 111000000 These Theseare
fopertf are based upon an Itemized Itemizedwtu itemizedttement
Irrs
wtu ttement t furnished turnl hed by Jy a volunteer volunteercommittee olunteercommittee
committee of citizens citizensFROM citizensrno
FROM rno 1 TUG PnESIDENT PnESIDENTIall
TalMauM Iall hnlee Fla > JIay COov Ten TenIrlngs Tenrlngs
6 Irlngs rlngs this afternoon received the fol foli
I i mg Megram Megramn
n rai T Tox x May Ia C GTo To the Cover Covertn
Tnllahansee I havo havoJju hnveju
tn 1H1 r of It Prlili
Jju ju t larncl f th tlw calamitous fire that thatSh thnthl
Sh hl i IT ft ov Opr r th flty of Jacksniivllle JacksniivllleI
I at In lIaten tn to fxi rxJlrA > rs tho deep pym pymIn m m11h
11h In iominn with our eountrv I IT
10 T r t > i IIho ho hive suffered Tho Thof
f I inmrnt vlll Ill do all It can In the thulvtk therk
lvtk rk of f lelltt lellttWILLIA
WILLIAM I MKINLDV MKINLDVfl
fl v Jennings arknowledgod the re reKC reo reor
KC r nt of the Ir iM IJtont ntH mefsaRO of ofrrr at1
rrr hy 1 in n the lowing telegram telegramTHNK8 telcgramGllrn
Gllrn ln THNK8 TnA IS IMIHSIDKNT IMIHSIDKNTv lm slJml slJmle
v v = oe e Hi May 5IIon WIN WINKlniy WIIy
y Klniy Kin M IUMO 11 HI Tex TlxWe We all allmt ullI
I mt u vjnipithy 11111 th f tor ° r the th tiuf
7 r our iHopio > OII caused cn uSNI by b the theruil Utad
ruil d nflngrntlon HI ratlon which la av avt al11 >
t til Mi 11nll ink YU tm for the th tilil of oCt
t r it t II gfnerouply gPII rollll ten tendcJ
dcJ V Ff1Id mitfil ovr 100ft nn > honi honiie
ie p i mil tv it l IIIF9 fs will reach 15000000 15000000Uo
Uo U HIu VM I > t i > far as known BufllcUnt BufllcUntfuns Fumci nt ntfun11
funs hj h Ie b bin n plicpil at disposal of oflff orrrlft
rrlft lff ft arlolldlon < M > MOD to provJc for lm lmat >
11 Haf at nre > lues Ierfcft older pro prealis pros
alis s I 1 b ti extend gratitude of the thejwplf thepept
jwplf of t Flfifldi FI < 1tlfln tn vim vimW VnllW
W S JENNINGS m < INGS Governor GovernorAPPEAL GoernorAPPEAL
APPEAL TO PIUNTCIIS PIUNTCIISFla Im TmtS TmtSJ3cbnII
J3cbnII Fla May 5 Gfhe The fol follJo tol101l1ng
lJo 101l1ng inir na al > Issued today by Secretary SecretaryU
U Ld dy and others of International Ty Tyf Tyromrhl
f iwarhl > al tnlon No o 1C2 1C2To IG2To
To the Members of the International Internationaliriiraphiial Internntlonllllpllfaphll
iriiraphiial al tnlon tnlonThl Tho appalllnir appalllnirjtejter IIppallnIIIUler
jtejter IIIUler that ha < s befallen Jacksonville JacksonvilleIhaj
Ihaj hal not filled to claim Its nhare of oftl otkllm
tl kllm < m nmun ami III our craftsmen Our OurWfrnberjliip Ourwmbmhlp
Wfrnberjliip Is l fifty IlCtyfie five nnd IInl of this thisnumber thisnumber
number number onehalf are made homeless homelessIliccause homelessrcaUlt
Iliccause rcaUlt of the burning of Job olllces o1celmt
fttitne lmt of our m mmb mbers rs will bo compelled compellelito
Ito to leave the city and seek employment employmentfwhfre emplomenttmyhrrc
fwhfre AnmnR those tho e who will IP IPnjln 11hnn
njln many have lost everything The Theri fheur
ri ur f1 n mivrs will reach M2000 M2000er
er llyi Vi jf I onpiftjf of the mmbcr3 I11lmJer I11lmJernlnnflonnl
P ln nlnnflonnl rnailonnl union will con conrllj5
trl rllj5 Jb rents eif Cdl h the th total will KO KOins 10dl
Jlnr ins 1IJ v toward rellevlnir present presentIjwrcsi pre ent ente enttsl
Ijwrcsi dl tsl e 1 therpfnro nptienl to our ourw
e w afsmrnthroiiRhoutthocountry afsmrnthroiiRhoutthocountryf attsmrn IhrOlllhollt thl countr
o tfn1 f r Ih h assistance R R I S t tf Bnro as they the miy
f 1 rt t ti r Contributions chould be bee
e raves tj Joe Sherouso presN preslar
na hf It
e t and rhars ar s Loldy Ield secretary secretaryrrk secrclnrSPPIms
SPPIms NEEDtD NEEDtDelf
elf rrk Mn Iu > > 5 5The Thc Jacksonville Jacksonvillen
K n j ommittci of the Mer Merajsoiatinn Merzfd
ajsoiatinn alSO mtln of this city clI orgim orgimSvnd 0111111Ia
zfd Svnd IDl lellpf > r lo JnckBonvllle Jncksonvlliemrnt
mrnt Ia t day received the following tel tele tei teiTallabaue
Tallabaue e Kla 1 II Mny I ay 5 GYood Kood aup 8UPonII
IIf fJ J as temporary > relief Jack Jackhtii Jockhth
onII htii hth mMf latlon wl will lssll ° onl1 onl1i cnllisIS
i n win II be b furnlsheil > ll you OU Klvlng
isIS
of nuppiica needed The people II ollle
I
OPENING OP THE INTERNATIONAL EXPOSITION AT GLASGOW GLASGOWTho
The opening of the International exposition nt Glasgow Scotland on May a 7 by b tho Duke nnd Diichm of Fife la an anevent InCcut
event In which many 1U1I1I Americans are interested Inter < tltI nllliouili our Rowuinent has not ollielnlly iccognlzed the affair It Is Ishowever IshOII1
however a very vor elaboiatc exhibition ami well worth i lilting The exhibition lit built on tho nntst lie In the city In the theWest theWcd
West Did I ndlllrl park The grounds nnd IInllliUlldhlJs buildings cover 100 100I1cs acies Juit under the buildings Is the rlrer Kelviti and leyond < 1 nro nrotho nrotho
tho steep banks of the river dotted wltli whllo 11111 pavilions The lnildinss nrp divided Into thiee partH the ludiistrlnl hall hallthe hlllltbe
the art gallery nnd the machlntry linll Tho II stile tlr of nrchltwtuie Is Spanish Hlnul h renninnncc The Industrial wellon > tlon which Ihl b U Ubiirmountcd Isliurmounted
biirmountcd by y a Brand Iranlllolll dome Is 700 feet lon MO feet fel > t wide and corns neaily 1I 11Ily six ncic A main avenue 700 feet long longmid lonlIIl1d
mid Oil 0 fict wide nnd about 70 feet high runs through the center of It The dome ilscs lo n height II hht of 00 feet nnd Is Sill surrounded Sillrouullell ¬
rounded by L a cluster of four I whlto 11111 towers
YYy YPT VVV Y v Vf Vfot
of Florida appreciate your 0111 noble work workIn
In their th tr name I thank < you youW youW
W S JENNINGS Governor QovcrnorJacksonville GovernorJacksonville
Jacksonville Fla May B iOne One hun hundred hundred ¬
dred and thlrtyulx blocks covering the thebest th thhest
best residential rcsltl ntllil and UII business portions portionsof
of this city clt burned about 10000 poople pooplehomeless Ilooplehomeless I
homeless nnd thousands destitute Our Ourpeople Ourpeop1e
people responding re lll1ClIn liberally but de demands o omumls ¬ I
mands for help beyond our ability IIlJlllt to tomeet tl tlmoot
meet
J E T IJOWniON Mayor MayorTo MnorTo
To Mayor nowden n telegram was wassent IIS IISBent
sent telling him that the citizens of ofNew litNlw
New York would re 1 PJOIl pond nobly Iobl to hli hliappeal hl hlappenl
appeal ns soon ns they tbt knew Just ju t what whatwas hat hatIIS
was IIS needed and that the the emergency emergencycommittee fl11enlfncIOmrnlttN
committee would meet tomorrow omornl with withtho wllh1M
tho old flalvcston relief roll > t committee to totake tolake
take action upon receipt uf any an dell dellnltu dollnlto
nltu Information InformationKmprcHS Intormatlon1IIIIress
KmprcHS Frederick SnllVrs Lcsx LcsxNew IISHe
New e York May C GPrhotl Private advlcog advlcogreceived ulllrl1reclved
received In London says the Tribunes TribunesLondon fllIlulwIondon
London conrsrondent state thttt the theKmproRs thelmllleps
KmproRs Krocleiick Frcllel iel of Germany Imv hud hudless hll1loss
less Buffering fur the lust ten diys and andhas antihns I
has been able to enjoy tin vlalti Jalt of her hernumerous hlrnmneloUs
numerous relatives The doctors are arehopeful areh01 I
hopeful h01 > tCul that her life may IIIR be l spaied spaiedfor sllnr d dfor i
for gome time timeWill timeJClII
JClII Will Not ut Attend Derby DerbyNew IIIrh IIIrhNew
New York May II C GNot Not only 0111 will willthere willtllIre
there be no royal drawing room levees leveesIn 11l1III
In this th year ur In London says tho Tri Tribunes 111IJUlle1I ¬
bunes London correspondent l but It ItU Itt
U t rumored that th royal stand nt As Ascot Aqt ¬
cot t Is to remain empty nnd will bo bodraned hadralJfd
draned dralJfd In mourning for Queen Victoria Victoriaon I
on the bccnslort of the th fashionable to hlonnllll race racemeeting rueeIIlIeting
meeting there next month nnd unless unlesspresent unlessIlrpsent
present arrangement are nltered Kins KinsEdward 1lnrEdward
Edward and Queen Alexandra will not notprnce lIotI1raee
prnce Kpsom with their preFfiiee pr rpnce when whenthe whentho
the famous tn mous race for the Derby stakes stakesIs stnkeIs
Is decided on June 5 5Unexpectedly GUllexprctcllly I
Unexpectedly Ilnds a fortune fortuneSeattle Port1lllcSeattlp
Seattle Wash May Mn 6 6JoMlnh Joslah Col Collins ColIIns ¬
lins of Seattle who was appointed ad administrator ndmlnl8trntor ¬
ministrator of the estate of Frederick FrederickHutchlnson l re erlck erlcklIutlllnson I
Hutchlnson one of tile pioneer miners minersof
of the Yukon who died recently In In1hllndelphla InIlhllndelphla
1hllndelphla has discovered that he Is IsIn IsIn
In control of nn estate worth J200000 J200000When 200OOOWhen
When he opened Hutchlnsons bot Jox In Inthe Inthe
the safe deposit vaults expecting to tollnd toIntl
llnd a moderate sum he discovered discoveredsacks discoveredsacks
sacks of gold nuggets nu gets and securities securitiesvalued securlllcsnlued
valued at nearly the sum nnmd This Thisfortunp Thistortunl
fortunp will BO to Herbert Hutchinson Hutchlnsonof
of Philadelphia a brother of the dead deadKlondike dendIIolllllke
Klondike miner and nn two sisters who wholive who1Ie
I
live In England EnglandHAWAIIAN
HAWAIIAN r rGuv GlSJIATUIm GlSJIATUImGov
Guv Dole Hiiyi Hn It HUB Wasted Time Timeand Tllllcmil
and mil Monoy MonoyHonolulu lluIIO lluIIOHonolulu
Honolulu April 27 via In San Francisco FranciscoMay FranciscoIIIY
May C Qov Dole 1 > ole has refused to toextend toax
extend ax tend the session of the legislature legislaturethough leglslaturlthough
though requested to do so O by b both bothIIOUSCH bothhousel
IIOUSCH In a letter to the senate senateanswering senateanswering
answering Its request for thirty thlrt days daysmore dn5more
more time In which to complete compl te legis legislation legislatlon ¬
lation the executive said that the ses session sespion ¬
sion had been wasteful of time nod nodmoney Inti1110ney
money nnd nn IIP had no confidence that thatnn thatnn
nn extension would result In anything anythingbolter nnythlnJetter
bolter bolterThe Jetterlhegolrnors
The lhegolrnors governors action Is a great Ills disappointment IllsnlllOlrtment ¬
appointment to tho home rulers and to tonmny tomUll
nmny mUll others Interested In bills now no be b
v vwvv VWVVWWWWVWVV YVVflfVVVVVVVVIVYonrVVYVVtore w VWVVWWWWVWVVfore
fore the houses There are over n hun hundred huudre ¬
dred acts of various kinds unacted unllctellulloll unllctellullollIIIlI upon uponand
and the session according to tin gov goveutors gov1IlIOrs
eutors count will lll end nuxt Tuesday Tuealll Tuealllfhe
Tho count by J the houits inaUon Friday Fridaythe I hJa hJathe
the Innl day dll The governor includes includesthree Includesthroe
three days of adjournment ov ovr r In his hiscount
count COli nt while hlle the legislature holds such suchdays
days not to count one of the sixty of ofthe otthe
the regular session sesulonThe sessionIhe
The county cOUllt government act ha hapatted haIIUted
patted IIUted through tho senate and U nun nunIn 1101II
In II the I rovernor1 oelnor blind though It Itwas ItIIS
was IIS pjsgcj tJI J so hurriedly and nn with such suchudmltud IlUI h h1IIII11Itt
udmltud Imperfections Iru NftIlonll that some of Its Itsfrlcndi Itsrrl
frlcndi rrl lId soy la thal they tw d not expect Ilia Iliaovei IhelenlUr
lenlUr ovei nur iy 1 lln n It A IKW 1M II Imposing u 1
2 per cent tax on Incomes with 1000 1000only 1000only
only tfxempt has nUo prom tv the ex executive exCIIUIt ¬
ecutive A Mil to give > the th ex eXqUeln eXqUelnf250ClQJ < m vn
1250000 from the treasury unit a 1 bill to toappropriate to11l1lrolJrlatp
appropriate JlMOooo for the he payment paymentof
of claims < growing out of th thl lire In InChlnatuvMi IIIChlllnlo11
ChlnatuvMi durlntr till plague tiuaian tiuaiantine 11I1I1nnIIn
tine have ha both imiited finally In the thehouse thehoue
house and Rnl the tit Inner has been approved approvedby
by J the aennt aenntIlilted Imalellllell
Ililted SUuVi iltCl e Judge 13 1 ltt tee hal rend rendered Icmlerel
ered erel a decision dlcl lon that the Hawiillan jaw jawrequiting Jw
requiting MpecHI slninpH to 16 afllxed afllxedto
to denls and other documents Is un uncontiltutloiml
contiltutloiml lon Utllllollnl The matter wan Wa l brought broughtbefore
before ilk lb Ju JUIIA < on tlm th plea llea that n nUirlton 1 1tllrllol
Uirlton could l < not Impose a stamp tux tuxthe tuxIh
the Ih jgmio belnp madp In u case where wherelugiil whlleI
lugiil I glll document ureesnory UNPIIIIor to a 1 transfer transferof
of land Inn a required 1600 north of tttamp tttampDelegate ltnrnpIJIIIlItC
Delegate Wllrox has nominated II II1II1hanlson IS V VIllfhardson
Illfhardson a 1 Hawaiian for the Went WentPoint I t
Point c ndetshlp adl tshll for which Joseph Jo elh Aen Aenfailed 1 1tailed
failed t pars 1 9 the examination examinationA exnmlnallonlIIulmelt
A movement Is I under way to bring bringabout hrlngnhout
about 2000 men here from Guam ns nslaborers
laborers The demand IIpmnudtor for plantation plantationlabor llantntlonlabor
labor in Hawaii IK xtlll far from satis satisfied 8Itl8fied ¬
fied and It Is thought that the natives nn tles of ofQilnm ofGltarn
Qilnm would ould be found very suitable to tocondition tocOlIfltlon
condition here hereThe hereThe
The Star says The Home Rule Ruleparty nuleI
party I rty Is pan dead according to th thstatements
statements of Its II former mcst ardont ardontsupporters nrllontu1lorters
supporters There Is no party whip whlpjno
no leadership no organization organizationThe
The legislative sessions began with withn
n solid Home Hull majority of moro morothan morothan
than twothirds In the house nnd al almost ¬
most that much In the senate but butvotes Jutotes
votes taken nt the present time show showonly showon1
only on1 a few ew Home Hulers are hanging hangingtogether hangingtcther
together ns such The Hepublleans Hepublleansalso
also have split on various questions questionsnnd ulstlonsIInd
nnd the present situation In the legis legislature leglslatlllo ¬
lature Is one In which part divisions divisionsseldom dllslousseldom
seldom occur occurAs occurAs
As to the breaking up of the heavy heavymajority heavymnjorlt
majority of the Home Itule party In Inthe Inthe
the house the th Star ays Jealousies Jealousiesabout JeulouloBIIbout
about leadership had much to do with withthe
the splitting up of the solid twenty twentynnd twentynnlt
nnd foolish freak < bills and resolutions resolutionsdid
did the rest restTwenty res I ITwent
Twenty Twent Torpedo Boat Destroyers DestroyersNew ne trofer troferNew
New York May 0 GTwenty Twenty torpedo torpedoboat torpll1ohoat
boat destroyers and torpedo boats will willbe willIJe
be turned over to the government by byconttactors hycontmeturs
conttactors within thenoxt tow fo months monthssays monthRfns
says a 1 special from Washington W 8hluJlon to the theHerald theIllrald
Herald The destroyer natur i amr will willbe willhe
be ready read for her preliminary trial In InJune InTllne
June and nlll the destroyer Daio n month monthlater monthInter
later The Halnbrldge the th finny nrry and andthe andthe
the Chaunccy have been Jeen ndvaiviod to tonbout touJout
nbout the some 8 1M stage Tin iawrcncc iawrcnccnnd lLwrencenlld
nnd tho MacDonough are nbi4 ub > com completed COI11IlletNl ¬
pleted The Perry ban been tried but butfailed huttnlled
failed to make 111 like her speed nnd her herscrews herscres
screws will be altered alteredThe altereThe
The Paul Jones nnd the Treble arc
From Monday to Saturday Saturdayat at every everyturn everyturn
turn in the kitchen work worka a Wickless WicklessBlue Wick less lessBluc
Blue Flame Oil Stove will save labor labortime labortime
time and expense expcnseand and keep the cook cookcomfortable cookcomfortable
comfortable No bulky fuel to prepare prepareor
or carry no waiting for the fire to come comeup comeup
up or die down a fraction of the expense expenseof
of the ordinary stove A AWickless AWickless
Wickless WicklessBLUE
BLUE FLAME FLAMEOil FLAIUBOil
Oil Stove Stovewill
will boil bake broil or fry better than a acoal acoal
coal stove It is safe and cleanly deanlycan deanlycannot can cannot
not become come greasy can not emit any anyodor anyodor
odor Made in several sizes from one oneburner onebumer
burner to five If your dealer does not nothave 1101have
have them write to nearest agency of ofCONTINENTAL ofCONTINENTAL
CONTINENTAL OIL COMPANY COMPANYA
J
1 A LINE FULL OF Wickless ickless icklessFor Blue Flame Oil Stoves StovesFor
For Sale by GEO M SCOTTSTREVELL HARDWARE COMPANY
fVVVVVVVVVVYVVVYVVVVV1 fVVVVVVVVVVYVVVYVVVVV1vll
Mull vll along toward completion but their theirtrials theirtrluls
trials will be Je delayed that their sterns sternsmay slewsilia
may ilia bo Jo remodelled The torpedo torpedoboats torptdoIJoats I
boats Htrlngham and Ooldsboroilgn Ooldsboroilgnhave
have had preliminary trials but on ac account IICcount ¬
count of accidents will have to again againgo a nln nlnJU
go over the olllclal course The Halley Halleyhas Bnlleyhas
has successfully pasted her preliminary preliminarylrll prltll1luurtri1
lrll The Shubrlck will svon be Je de delivered deIhwcd ¬
livered to the government The Bar BarJiuy BnrIll
Jiuy Ill the Kiddie the Ulakclcy the Dd DdLong DIILUg
Long and the OUrlen OlIrl n U is expected expectedwill CXIII > cted ctedwill
will have their trials this summon summon1lnul ltuml1crPIIIlI
1lnul ariangements for the course of ofthe orIhe
the naval war college at Newport polt will willbe willIJe
be made this thl week Hear Admiral AdmiralIrtnilnshleld drnlrllVrOI
Irtnilnshleld VrOI Iushleld chief of the bureau of ofnavigation of1IIlllItlon
navigation will submit to A < tlng Secy SecyHucketl cCy cCylIulllett
Hucketl u list of ollicers inallublc fur furnuKlgnmenl turaR
nuKlgnmenl aR to the college colle In order orderthat orllerthai
that the Noith Atlandc squadron muy muyparticipate III IIIIlarllclJute
participate in the coufse outS repairs on the thebattleships thehn
battleships hn tth lIhlpg Alabama and Kearsarge Kearsargenlv
nlv at to b be expedited expeditedCapt eXIIlItldapt
Capt apt Charles U 1 > Slgsbee chief in intvlllgtnce Intclllglnle
tvlllgtnce olllcer has made funnnl up upPlication
1111111 Plication lion for assignment to command commandthe
the battleship Maine AS when hen she Is com comploted COlli1111t
ploted 1111t 11 The Maine will probably be belendy Jo Jol
lendy l ud for service In 1903 1903ITAIiIAN 1903IIA
ITAIiIAN IIA < iMMKJUATION iMMKJUATIONForty I IIIGUIIOX
Forty 11011 Thousand Will 11 lime Come by bytho lI lItho
tho Knd 1111 II if May MayNew 111 111oiCI
New oiCI York May C According to tocables torabley
cables and forecabts by the steamship steamshiptouipunleo at amshlpollllllll1tes
touipunleo 40000 Italian Immigrants Immigrantswill 111111 Ig1ll IItll IItllwill
will have nnivcil In the United States Statesby Stat s slly
by the end nll of Mny In The Italian Im Immigration tmmigration ¬
migration so 101 far this season U I unpre unprectdfiited tuprectlJel1telh
ctdfiited ctdfiitedCharles ctlJel1telhllIulls
Charles 0 Klchler chief chle of the bu bureau bureuu ¬
reau of statistics on Kills I 1I111 Inland l es estimates l ltlllmte ¬
timates that fully fUll 60 o per cent of the theItalian thotillan
Italian pwuantry coming to this port purtIs
Is from the southern portions of the thepeninsula theIlelllnlula
peninsula and from Sicily and SnrJIn SnrJInla
la Of the imlmgrants 4S < S per I r cent re remain reo reomuln ¬
main In New York City for periods periodsvarying lerlollsarlnl
varying from three tl1n e days to permanent permanentresidence perlllanentItsldeneei
residence 12 per cent go to Pennsyl Pennsylvania lelll1sIvl1nln ¬
vania S per cent to MusFochusutts 5 5per 5per
per cant 10 Illinois and 5 j per cent to toConnecticut toCOlll1CctlcUt
Connecticut The remainder Is divided dividedamong dllldedalnon
among alnon the other states Of the Immi Immigrants 11l1Inlcnmts ¬
grants from northern Italy ItI1I 18 ptr p r cent centaro eutaru
aro bound for the vineyards of Call California Calltornla ¬
fornia and the mints of the Padllc Padllcslope Pacillcslope
slope slopeThose slopefhese
Those Immigrants nre of a more moreprosperous moroprosperous
prosperous clnss than formerly A Astriking Ashlklnl I
striking featuie of this springs Immi Immigration Immlcrntlon ¬
gration Is the unprecedented number numberof nUI1lJcrat
of prepaid passages Some of the theshiploads theshiploads
shiploads from Italy have ha broken rec records records ¬
ords The steamship Manila on ono onotrip onotrip
trip brought 1177 the Tattar Prince
1013 the Clttn Itln di l Torino more than thanMOO
MOO the MaMllla 1200 and the Hel Helgravla Hellmla
gravla 2230 The Nord olll America of oftho ortill
till new Vcloce line will bring over overof
2 QO QOOt
of the total of about rooM Immi Immigrants IlIImlcrunts ¬
grants who will havo arrived at this thisport thisIlOrt
port In tho six Ix weeks ending May ta Hth Hthnearly 11thnearly
nearly onehalf one hair will be Italians The Themales rhemlliell
males nre coming In a preponderance preponderanceover
over the females of about two to one oneThe oneTIle
The grand total of Immigration last lastyear Il1stear
year ear cu o1d US HSCi72 HSCi72GO 572 572Oov
Oov GO and Mr Irs Hunt Go Hnst JnstBollk HnstHolso
Holso Ida May 5 500 Oov and Mrs MrsHunt Irs IrsJlunt
Hunt Ml this evening eVlnln for an eastern easterntrip Cl1l1tarl1trip
trip They The will go o directly lhcl to the Pan PanAmerican lLnAl1erl
American Al1erl an expolUon where the gover governor Olf Olfnor ¬
nor will ncaualnt hlnifolf In detail with withwhat withhut
what hut tho states representatives are aredoing nreIlolnl
doing toward making1 n display of the thestates theltate
states ltate resources Afterward they the will willvlMt willbit
vlMt bit a number of eastern cities 1 ties nnd nndwill an anwill
will not return for three weeks weeksKNOMSII lcellsI
KNOMSII I AltMY jlt l linrOKM linrOKMOpposition ImrOHHOlllosltlon
Opposition to Mr lrlIrOllcrlcls HrcxlcrlekflSclicino HrcxlcrlekflSclicinoU Schemo Schemoh
U Growing GrowingNew GrJlnCw
New Cw York May II1Y 6 GThe The opposition In Inthe Inthe
the house of commons to Secretary of ofState otSllte
State for War Brodorlcks scheme of ofarmy ofarl11
army arl11 reform Is growing steadily steadilysays stendllIIns
says the Tribunes London correspon correspondent correHllontlent ¬
dent Sir Henry Campbell Bannerman Bannermanwho
who was secretary for war In tlio tliolast thoIMt
last liberal administration win 11 lead leadthe lendthe
the opposition to the government on onthis onthis
this question He denounces the thescheme theIIchemc
scheme ns tending to add to the bur burden burden ¬
den of the nation while promising proml lnl no noreally noreally
really adequate army nrll1 for the purpose purposeof IUrp sf sfot
of defense and foreign operations This ThisIs ThlIs
Is also the vlnw of most military crlt crltics crltIrs
ics Hut the government will make makethn Inuketho
thn scheme a party ciuestlon nnd nnt It Itwill Itwill
will be driven through the commons by byministerial hymlntsterlnl
ministerial whips Ixsrd Roberts Robertsopinion Hobertaopinion
opinion will 111 be quoted In support of ofthe otthe
the measure and anllll1 nil the weight of his hisInfluence hIsInllufnce
Influence nnd popularity will 11 be util utilized utllIzell ¬
ized to prevent tory members from fromvoting tromyotlng
voting against It Itnoidjin ItnOlm
noidjin HiYoMs m OIns Mtmnnn MtmnnnDr
Dr Kennedy to be Put on Trial fur fbrtho furtho
tho Third Time TimeNew flmecw
New cw York May C GDr Dr Samuel J JKennedy JI
Kennedy I will 111 for th tho third time b hlplaced < i iplaced
placed on trial for his life today tOda the thecharge thehnne
charge being Ing the murder of Dolllc DolllcIteynolds Dollielteynoltls
Iteynolds In the < Irand Hotel on Aug August AUItust ¬
ust 1C UV9 It Is expected that this thisthird thisthll1t
third trial will last about four week weekNo weekso
No o new evidence will be Introduced Introducedby
I by the preset prJIflIIton utlon wi far M In known knownbut knownbut
but U is believed b IIIe that witnesses who whoiere whowrre
iere not callcd In the previous trials trialswill trialswill
will testify as to Dr Kennedys move movements IIIOeIIIrnU ¬
ments on the night of the murder For Forthe FOIthe
the defense counrel say 83 that they have havein
in entirely rnllrel new ne wltnc Itnefll ItnefllorlrndJl s sFriends
Friends nave Interested themselves In InDie Inthe
Die Kennedy family and four of them themHV
Ol HV endeavoring to rahe ral e funds to as aslst lS lSIst
< lst In the defense e and to provide for forMm torotrs
Mm Kenned Iennedys a wants while her hu hujand hUILand
Land U IlIa in pritow
CHINAS OHIN S VERY VERYUGLY VERYUOLV
UGLY SITUATION SITUATIONMurder
Murder and Pillage Between Pekiand Peki Pcklnnnd
and Tien Tsiiii TsiiiiSPITTING Tsil1lSPlillflINO
SPITTING SPlillflINO BABES ON O LANOEiStiltVrcit LANOEi IJANCEShrbtlnu
hrbtlnu 1I1Iu StiltVrcit StiltVrcitlluniliof trllllyul trllllyulliulllh
lluniliof liulllh r Clilntkc but Lutt Lutter r1l JllrQ JllrQII ra raatlluiiili
atlluiiili II JlIIII of foreigner foreignerNew llotd ner nerNew
New York May III CThe latest mall inalfrom malltroll
from China say a 1 Washington opecin opecinto
to the Tilbune has brought to the stat statdepartment atntccpnrtll1ent
the terrlbl terrlblatid terrlJluallo1
department new 11f proofs of
atid perhaps Irretrievable condition conditionwhich condltloniwhich
which exist under the foreign mllltar mllltarrule militaryrule
rule In north China Involving a t sltua sltuatlon IIltUIItlon
tlon not hitherto fully realized eve evein even evenIn
in Washington lIlIhlnton and utterly unapprocl unapproclnted
nted In the United States generally generallyThe g neraIlY neraIlYrho
The character of the information which whlclhas whichhtls
has now come into the administration administrationpossession 11lmlnlstrutlonposlleslun
possession In summarized In tho fol following tollowing
lowing extracts from a communlca communlcatlon
tlon ulttcn by Jy one of the most trusted trusteioinclnlu trustedolllclntll
oinclnlu In the service abroad am ammailed and andmnlled
mailed from Pekln n month ago agoThe agDThe
The question of raising rnl ln tho Indemnl Indemnlty
ty thoilRh one of tho most serious for foithe fortho
the Chinese govcinment Is I not para paramount llUramount ¬
mount All the people who ore likeb likebto
to know declare that the Chinese peas peasant PCI1MI ¬
I ant can stand no greater burden ol oltaxation
taxation than in the past so the lilies question ¬
tion resolves Itself largely to reducing reducingthe
the expense of collection which In China ChinaInvolves Chinatnolcs
Involves radical reforms Another prop propposition propp
position p sltlon for meeting the Indemnity la lato Isto
to grant lucratle mining and a 11I1 Indus Industrial tndustrlnl ¬
trial coiicensonu elJnee sonli to foreigners but that thatmeans that1I1ltn
means bartering their Independence Independenceand Indelend nce nceIInd
and laying Up endless trouble for the theChlnecc theChlllce
Chlnecc who lJO are ar quick to recognize the thefact thefUI
fact fUI
factJf Jf the whole horror of the murder murdernnd
nnd pillage done between ltt ween Tien Tall and andPekln nn nnlellln
Pekln comes to bo understood In tho thoUnited thoUnltcl
United States nnd In Kurope J urole the sum sumor sumor
or It U so great an compared to the thenumber theIIl1l11blr
number of ChrlBtlans who have ba a suf suffered lIufrrcd ¬
fered ut the hands of the Chilies that thatrightly thlltrlchU
rightly or wrongly the Chinese ore orelikely areIIkel
likely IIkel to be held the > Injured party partylinnoevs IllIrtlunoetll
linnoevs wantonly Impaling little chil children chlldrllll ¬
dren by the wayside In tho streets tlet of ofPekln atIekln
Pekln are Home Ion of the least JIa 1 of the well wellauthenticated wellnuthentlcutllI
authenticated horrors and to some for foreign torltrn ¬
eign crtldlirs a 1 dead IIl > ad Chinese Christian ChristianIs
Is just jll t as satisfactory an evidence of no noquarter noIUllrterlls
quarter IUllrterlls as a 1 dead Hoxcr Jlllxelthl they neither neitherknow neitherknoll
know nor cure for such trilling dls dlstlnetlqna III IIIIInctlonll
tlnetlqna tlnetlqnaTho IInctlonlllhq
Tho nllles even If they the could ugree ugreecould rre rrecoultlot
could coultlot lint set et up I1pllnlmtnlstratlvc nn administrative ma machlnery mallner
chlnery llner of their u on n for the empire empireThey clI1lJlreIhy
They must restore tho power to some somenative lIomsIII1Ure
native party llIrt and the quicker they do It Itthe Itthe
the better far China The Chinese esti estimate IstlII1lle ¬ I
I
mate that one on > million of their peopK peopKhave Ieol IeolhilI >
have lost tholr lives by violent dfaths dfathsor I
or starvation tiljout t Pekln nnd Tien TienToln 1Iel1r
Toln r ln xlmc tho allies came Well In Informed Informad ¬
formed foreigners f relgnlr long lesidont hero herodo
do not regard re ard the estimate te ns exagger exaggerated cxaggerntcd ¬
ated atedThe ntcd1he
The North China News of March 28 28endeavoring 28endlarlll
endeavoring to totl1 tell why lh such a trltun trltuntlon III1atlon
tlon us the one alleged can exist says saysSimply sasSlmply
Simply because1 Chinese hlne civil authori authority ¬
ty has been suppressed harried driv driven IIrl IIrlIll ¬
en away owa and nothing substituted for forIt torIt
It The country between the thesel1 sea and andPekln all allPektn
Pekln has been devastated Ilevastntedand and the peo people leo leopIe ¬
pIe have hn been killed Indiscriminately or ordilvcn orIllhen
dilvcn out of their homes to become becomebandltx hlcomllbandlt
bandltx We should have thought that thatone tlmtone
one of the llrst acts of tho foreign ad administration nllmlnlstra ¬
ministration mlnlstra tlon after Pekln was relieved relievedwould relievewould
would have been to strengthen the theChinese theChllll
Chinese e civil authority and make It Itresponsible Itresponsible
responsible for the preservation of or order order ¬
der Hut what hnt magistrate can be ex expected expected ¬
pected to remain at Ills post nnd exert exerthimself cxrthlmBclr
himself to put down opposition to for foreigners ¬
eigners when nt any moment a for foreign torolgn ¬
eign lieutenant with wi th n handful of troops troopsmay troopsmn
may mn come to him and demand a sum sumof RumoC
of money 1110ne on pain of having hl1 vlng his town townor
or village burned down In case of re refusal retusal ¬
fusal fusalCHINA tusalCIIINA
CHINA APUOACHK3 THE POWERS POWERSLondon powlmsIonllon
London JIny In 6 I am Informed by bya
a high native olllclal saya the Shang Shanghai ¬
hai correspondent of the Times that thatChina thntChina
China has approached the powers sug suggesting sugg ¬
gesting g > tlni a complete opening of Man Manchuria Ianlhurlll ¬
churia to the enterprise of all countries countriesand
and that icplles have been Jeen received receivedfrom recchedtrol1
from Japan the United States nnd nndQrcnt nnllGreat
Great Uiltaln UiltalnJapan 11IlIalnJnplln
Japan cordially cortllnl approves the DUg suggestion DUggestlon ¬
gestion The United States govern government government ¬
ment generally assents but It suggests suggestsan
an application of the principle to tho thowhole thowholo
whole empire Great Hrltaln approves approvesIt
It 1 II feaied that Russia will object objectThe ohjectThe
The chamber of commerce nnd nndthe alII alIIthe
the British and American associations associationsare
are nr vigorously protesting against the theproposed theIlropoRNI
proposed Increase of the customs tar tariff tnrIrt ¬
iff to 10 per cent centIN celltIN
IN MANCHURIA MANCHURIASt
St Petersburg May C iThe The Russky RusskyInvalid nusskInvalid
Invalid publlshoH details of the recent recentoperations recentoperattons
operations In Mnnehurla It nppenrr nppenrrthot
thot the North Manchuria division divisionunder IIlv npllenrr npllenrrthnt slon slonunller
under Gen Kcrlpllzkl fought over overtwenty overtwenty
twenty engagements losing altogether altogethertwentyfour altolethertwenty
twentyfour twenty tour men killed nnd seven sevenofficers seenot
officers ot cerp nnd IIn sixtyone wounded two twoollicers twoomcers
ollicers havelnir died of their wuonds wuondsA
A quantity I 1111 n lit of guns and rllles were werecaptured werecnlltured
captured The total result of the theoperations theolCOfntlons
operations Is that of three bands which whichnt
nt the beglnnln IJI of the year car were weremenacing weroIncnnclne
menacing the pence of Manchuria two twohave twoIlIle
have been annihilated according to tothe tothe
the nussky nuuk Invnlld and the third thirdNURSING thirdNURSING
NURSING IN ALASKA ALASKANeitl
Neitl rfd of 1rnprr rorr rimil nml Cum forMlnrr forMlnrrThe for lnrr lnrrThe
The character of the food too used In Inthe Inthe
the mining camps is such that many manystrong man manstrong
strong men break down under It Scur Scurvy ScurIs ¬
vy Is a 11 very common disease They Theyrlnk They1rlni
< < rlnk quantities of coffee mid that docs docsIts docsItR
Its work with thounnnds thounnndsA
A nurse Mrs lr8 I Jxivcll who has been beenmploycd beencmlore
cmlore mploycd In different places In Alas Alaska AlliS1m ¬
ka for the past three years enrB writes to tosay toSoW
say that she has induced many pntl pntlMils 111ents
Mils to leave off coffee nnd take Pos Posturn POtum
turn Food Coffee which is very verypopular Yer Yerpopular
popular now IIO In many I11nn of the mining miningamps miningcamps
amps for they have learned lenrnelllts its value valueShe ahll ahllShe >
She says of herself that she has hasjeen
heen jeen a great sufferer from the use of ofoffce oforre
offce and Imd ti most shameful bll bllous blllou8
lou8 ous complexion She Hays I not notnl notonl
onl > nl > suJfered from tho looks but hud hudi
n i very vcr nerlous stomach trouble When Whenfinally
I finally quit coffee nnd began using usingostum
ostum Food Coffee my 111 stomach bc bcran hean
ran an to recover Its normnl condition conditionmd
md my complexion 1011 gradually changed changedmill chnllloountil
mill now 110 after a month or more use useif uveof
of if Postum my complexion Is oa fair us usi usn
n i school girls girlsI Ilrl IlrlI
I send you ou n list of many mnn names namesif
ot if miners that hn hae > e given up coffee coffeemd cort cortIInd
md ore using 1ostuni and in each eachnse achcnse
nse there ban been n remarkable Im Imirovement 1m111Oemont
irovement In henllh henllhI
I had one patient almost gone from fromcurvy tromscury
curvy He Ie could not retain any I1n food foodiUt fooltJUt
JUt lived on Postum until strong strongnough atronlenollgh
nough to take other food and got gotcell
cell cellI
I am going Inlt to take up n large sup
ply ly of Po lotum tum next trip
A SUIT OF WHITE WHITEN
fjJ N every cake of Ivory Soap here are JOO JOOcomplete JOOgfl
gfl IN complete suits of rich creamy lather Before Beforedressing Beforedressing
dressing put on a suit of Ivory Soap Cover Coverthe Coverf8
f8 the entire body from head to foot with withlather withlather
Take the suit off with
lather tepid water and you youwill youwUl
will remove with it all the impurities of the body bodywhich bodywhich
which have been carried to the surface through the thepores thepores
pores Use a pure soap for this thisIVORY thisIVORY
IVORY SOAP9D < PER CENT PURE PUREtOfff PUREI
tOfff III I Tl MOCTM A U Co
nfter sustaining n number of defeats defeatsIs
Is now being pursued by the Russian Russiansquadron Husslansquadron
squadron
Rleutrlo Cars Collide CollideAkron CollhJcAkron
Akron O May ia E iTwo Two Northern NorthernOhio NorthernOhlu
Ohio traction cars collided at the foot footof toolor
of a steep hill on North Howard street streetthis slreelthis
this afternoon and nbout a dozen peo people JeopIc ¬
ple were Injured InjuredSERIOUSLY InjuredSI
SERIOUSLY SI 1NJUIIRD 1NJUIIRDJohn INJUHEDJom
John Haufch loft leg crushed crushedOeorgo crushedOlore
Oeorgo Authenrolth foot crushed crushedJohn crushClIJolm
John Hobarht leg crushed crushedMiss crushel1ItlK
Miss aeoigla CoW Injured nbout nboutlilpii nbouthItH
lilpii lilpiiWilliam William T Sawyer attorney Inter Internally IntorI1nll ¬
nally nallyA I1nll
I1nllA A P Scott motoimnn Internally InternallyJames InternllIyJallws
James Mitchell legs lgs broken brokenHoers brokcnHout
Hoers rapture Col Dennlson DennlsonIiondon nennl on onIondon
Iiondon May II C CNows News lion arrived arrivedhere nrrlndhere
here says the Capetown correspond correspondent ¬
ent of the Dally Hall Kxpress J that Col ColfXMinlson CollJ
fXMinlson lJ I1I1IBon with lth a I patrol of scouts baa baaueen hu huoecn
ueen cnptuied The location IlIcl tloll of the themishap thlnot
mishap Is not known IU In Capetown CapetownINDIAN
INDIAN SimVICR SimVICRIn
In Many 1111 InstiuiccH Wards of ntlrm SntlonJlnvo ntlrmHavo
Havo Been DtHpollcd DtHpollcdNew
New Yorlf May D iA A report by h the theInemlgutlng thoInalItlnltlnA
Inemlgutlng committee of the Nation National ¬
al Civil Service Ileform league leagueon
on conditions of thu Indian ser service BerIce ¬ I
vice Ice With particular reference to tothe I IIhl1
the appointment of agents un under 1111der ¬
der the present administration has
been presented to the council of tho tholeague tbelenlIe
league The facts alt and recommenda recommendations ¬
tions contained In the result have also alsobeen nlsobeen
been submitted to President McKlnley
The report says In part parttnder parttn
tnder tn r the system of patronage ap appointments opOllltl11en18 ¬
pointments these wards of the nation nationhave I1ntlonhno
have In many man capos been despoiled bytrnlldlllent by byfraudulent
fraudulent contracts whereby tho thoagents thoagent
agents have obtained large nums of ofmoney
money 1110111 In violation 1 lntion of law while the thomorals theInorals
morals of the th Indians have been cor corrupted cor1111tell ¬
rupted by the example of caretaker caretakerwho cnrottlkcrawho
who me often drunken brutal llcon llcontlnun IIccntlOUM
tlnun and dUboncst dUboncstIleccntly IIPhonestUecently
Ileccntly the secretary of the In Interior Interlor ¬
terior required thiit the bids for the theUniting thhIlmlnA
Uniting of the Indian lands should Ixi Ixiopened biJollnClI
opened and the lease l llsell awarded In InWashington InWUHhlnAton
Washington under lnd r the direct super supervision IuperYip ¬
vision Yip Ion of the > Indian bureau hur nnd 1I1111noi not as asformerly Mro
formerly ro rill lr I upon the reservation The Theresult ThoreKult
result of this th Ik system 811 I 111 and II nIl of the ex exposure expOlllle ¬
posure of the fraudulent UPO of Indian Indianland1 IndianInll
land1 already shewn n 1 net gain to the iheIndians thellIllln1l
Indians of nbout 160000 the ra iat tlf tlfpalt r rpart
part being upon the Owig O ultl rwrvntlon rwrvntlonalone
alone Nothing could better b tt > r Illustrate Illustratethe
the enormous waste and presumptive presumptivepeculations prp UI1l11tlJ UI1l11tlJI1lclllatlon
peculations which 11th hnve existed xl lf1 In the thopact thePR
pact PR t In reaixel rp < < fflt in thin on ont feature of ofIndian orInlilan
Indian administration administrationOUI
+
OUI SntillcTn SntillcTnM 1IlrltII
a civil war veteran of ofWinchester ofIlleholltlf
M 1 M 1 Austin
Winchester Intl UlL write My ty wit was wassick WI WIslrl
sick n long Ion I time In sple nt good doc docors dIJC10rlI
ors treatment t rea t I11ln t but t WOH wholly oui lIItel lIItelb w wJiv
Jiv b Ur Kln s Now Life Pill which whichworked vllrh vllrhworlled
worked wondYri wndpr for her health Tlrty Tlrtyalways 1 My Mynln9
always do Try Tr them Only Onl 2 0 at atC otC
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If you ou havo not boneht your spring springsuit fj fjsmt
suit
Como and sec these before you on do buy buyIf jj jjIf
If you havo bought youd 01111 better not fy fycomo 1 1come
como r rCnuse
comoCause Cause wo would 011111 not like IiI to mako you g gdisappointed i
disappointed lor tho rest of the season seasonWovo sellonI
Woo been telling of lots of suits for 101men j jmen
men lately latelySome IntelyS01l10
I Some as low as 8750Somo 8i 50SoIl10 as good goodns
ns 85000 85000Many 85000t
t Many r lny in between betweenAnd betweent
t And at whatever price were mentioned mentionedwe t tf
f we always a 111 s said ono thine thineTho t hill hilllho
Tho best est clothes on earth for that thatmoney thatI11ono
money I11ono and your our money back if you Oll want wantit f ft
it itNow 1 t 1
Now if we didnt know the clothes were as Il we state do v vyou i ii
you on think t wo 0 could couldaf1 afford lt1 to make such a promise luomiscJ V t tToday
i Today well just hint of two stiitsono at 1000 and j jono tono
J ono at 81200 81200Tho t tf
f Tho 1000 one is a nobby nobb gray Jrltl mixed cheviot with a aono
ono thread t stripe and cross stripe of Teenround cut coat t tgooll 1 1good
good Italian cloth linings liningsThe linings1lw
The 1200 Ono is a 1 handsome gray In check cheviot round 101lulcut w wcut
cut style of coat Jino Italian cloth linings liningsBoth linillgst
t Both suits aro well tailored all through throughAbout t hrought hroughII
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And things t that never get mentioned in our store news newsOno newsf
f Ono of tho principal things is hose hoseAnd hoscAnd
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Wo sell hoso at lOc that most stores cant duplicate for forless ri riI
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