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SEVEN PEOPLE PEOPLEBURNED PEOPLEBURNED PEOPLEBRNED
BURNED TO DEATH DEATHPerished DEATHPerished DEATHpcdshed
Perished In n a Chicago Apartment ApartmentBuilding ApartmentBuilding ApartmentB
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i alh K May Ia Y 5Sovon people wore woret woretjre
death < three fatully injured injuredb
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INJURED INJUREDv uJU1tlWto1ty
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i Iy N badly burned < l will lii die dieLUJ dlol 1110irttnsn
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UjL 1 ttr 1111 rr J ry > Murih l UnitY > slightly sllgh t I burned nnd nndK nut nutl
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I t r > vindow Indon will recover recoveri
1 i K badly burned and bruised bruisedKrwln bruisedIll
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Ill Ill1TL llrs JuiH1 Krwln I lwln burned and anduicupnnts unllsJ 0111ltn
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1111 thf uicupnnts of the thein burning burningm
I I m I > struggling with the thenJ thef thenJ
f i nJ Huints In hope > es of forcing forcingr
I r v n 1 to to Hofety Hafet the flromDii who whoe
i e i 1 n i Ffl ling I In to the alarm wor worttmjiit soraiitL
+ 1 ttmjiit lai lIi for a freight tl Juht train which whlclit
t ill 1I uy 1 of the fire II 1O engine 1IIln to todatta tuc t I IL
L datta c W fiii the crossing and give giver
i u r iiJ 10 ti tHo lIre nreil
il L t i i 11 l lr 1rtoIl > r scoll III charge of the thefir theOr theflc
fir llen < urn inlliJ to to the conductor anti nndIKCVan unllKrIIoJn antitrtfl
IKCVan KrIIoJn tJ move the train but they theyfut tlll tllldotij theyuei
dotij fut uei t to i imply I III pI IIlth lth his iiI re reIUes reIUesrI1l reque8trfl1 < UeHt UeHtSB
SB r rI1l 11 d vre then sent for and the ther
arrested Thou under underrs
t r 30 J n I iw Wiis as
11 of the fire marshal the train traini tmlnbadd traintBkd
i twlted frmn the crossing but by bytitr byUrnll bytim
tim the th Hr l1rnln < Uieri Ieached the burn burng
g building the structure had been de der
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t > < il 1 anione the embers were werei WereunJ sveretnj
i anJ ttip Oh charred remains of the vie vief virThe vIei
i f The hndlrei hudl were burned beyond beyondignltiiii bcolldIgnlt beyondnltfl
Ignlt ignltiiii nltfl > m and were Identified In var varThe yarJ ar arL arThe
L J IIIlH IIIlHThe
The train crew who live at Klkhnrt Klkhnrtln I lkhllrtI
ln I Ini nr1 tU bring btfl held without ball balluvaitng ballul balltng
uvaitng ul tng the verdict of the coroners coronersin eorollet1nqufst
nqufst nqufstm
in nre Irp was fraught with Ith un Incident Incidentth
a th must tresslng ll character The Theml lh lhi Tlak
ml k i I to twoearoll1 yearold daughter of Chris Chrisl
l ns t n who wb ho Hv lived l on tho third floor floort
11 1 t ribw hurtled her left arm nnd nndft ami amiI
ft f I itng h Ing roasted Her fatherji fatherjif father jI jIt JLt
f II < r nf I lr r Dowle refused to nl nli allie atite
lie i llttk one to have medical at atin uttlln
tlln in a ami fought desperately when whenfllc
C1 3 ih fly In was ai taken from him He clung to t
K < hf h ia rUtroe 1 Urn l arm arm of the child and part partf
< of f thf th fsh V vaj 81 torn from the mom momr
r Vfte w i finally tho police forced forcedMn
Mn 1t1 t < gi g < > up the little one ho cursoil cursoili
i ra fl onj prajeil that they I might be bei be11r li lir
11r r i Khfl hd fir subjecting hln child to
h flarldlj world supnce I ente of medicine The Theft
f ffhlr ft h r was ia a knioked knurk lI down by h some per peri Jcrthe
i I n t the iroml ro nnd 01 barely escaped o
I n nine lng HP II vas wa arrested arrestedi
i f fl i < if lie tht Lake Short Mlcht Mlchtrns lIchlgn Iiclttg
rns gn g a thiTii railway on whose tracks tracksthi 9 9Ih
thi train Is > aid to have blockaded blocl < al1e1 the ther therlmrn
r rlmrn mnn dnKirc d tar that they have cvl cvlII
II B t t that th thll blncklng l lasted but h I
I hI w minute and that tho members of ofle ofe ofthe
the le e tram feW i did III everything In thou thelipwr thohatr thouriwer
pwr atr to rank way ln for the fire fight fightd
d I < 5 Aft Artr ran r nn investigation Invl tllatlon by tho po
II Ike e oifii tfl uls ts Ih ihe h train crew was re reo
l I < ated ae en bonds tonight tonightTHU tonightTIIB tonightTtIl
THU IllKSliiKXTIAIj lmSI lt1tIs1UiN1It1 Itl1 PAUl PAHTYIrcsldcnt PAUllltslllent IAU1ircskient
Ircsldcnt and ii lilaz iliizIcuiatigo iolmiiRn Mcs Mesi4ngcii Ics Icsn
i4ngcii i4ngciiI n e en
1 n 1 PJ T r May Ia 5The preslden presl 1en <
tb t I Iriy r rahtIII j hul ha 1 lil i 1 Paso the gateway
i lu I x at a 1 U o clock this thl morning and
t i ft uta jn here until noon tomorrow
F Jt l W 1Ihz j ct f Mexico I xlco had hoped to
J 1 e et n t tho th Ir Irtalltnt I r aldent here anti shake shakei
h nds j mm across the 1Q border
i iJi Lt JI as U t v Mexican Mtxic xican congress Is In sos es esii
1I ii fL1n he 1JUM JUI ui I not leaye the capital
lenl a Personal message to the Pres
in ii dnr it hwe h ic > r and nn 1 also Dispatched Don
Ju Juan He fl
rjrj2i Inez commander of the
feJnd c flLI m lltary fl one of Chlhun
T tia i Ia t prwnall rsinaily > Present his good goods goodthe goat
I t > the tlllcf
magistrate of the
lnlted 01 I ° fltLt1 hihuahua 518 Stalt s ua t 10 uov loi MlBUel Ahuroada
the most northerly northerlyrai
Ist at IIf f Iex
nlso lso
Raveled
to Kl KlInni
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h t > his 18 f18 respects mid
ipiJ these due <
tlnl1lhh11 tItie1uih Inni V 1 rMl M Ixlcan XC xlcan > officials accotn
13Mrj b by
Grn irn efnnndeiB staff In
fyn
unlt Unifrr rrn 1 Mere rccclvci1 bi b > the rrcs
11tM In u li Var js far a at the station
After tttr
hanging cx
PrtBjht felicitations the theigllt
I IIUS igllt QIIlted sted Gen cn HernanilBX
I Convey tJ t
President Diaz his
F Ina r31 r 11 vhs for the health per and andIedent
hrPlnelS of Irlsl 1ent < Diaz
J Iedent and for a
JtIflUati tlnuatln a of ° the cordial
ln ihe relations
a at
pmint rs nt
existing lVlng between the two twoDiaz
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ll1ent
Diaz
s sll message
was aI as a follI follIm
m SSE most lnO DIAZ DIAZMfy DIAZHYf DrAZv
If HYf v 3irxl Irxlo Mfy May ay Bl 5 01To the
iitlt > ll of th the
Ama Amaf rrd fn fnth United States of
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Pa Pasu ° T TexWholl When
I VhlSl VhlSlIto this l1a day at the you nr
frontier < ntlep of
Ito f to I ihe Moxl
Iish M ah h hbut I
I but buta ffl might Kht shake hind hnn 1s < w with > th
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lIt l < a IS you OU as cordial a sn snwlth
f ffi rlrre trreptnt1s ptnds
r With the cordial
tra fi a4
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f U whkh Ii IxlBt b between twecn the two twoAmerica
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IM Oon nnnnLlez North America I also alsoto
Ih ts to express to
Unj 5I f you youIOHPIRIO Otl
felingg lings
lings10IlFIHI0
IOHPIRIO DIAZ
PRESIDENTS RESPONSB RESPONSBflUM
EI l Pas
b lenI Trx May 6 1901To Hl hiM
tin 10rfirlo DIaz Irt Prest l
t the hti
flUM 1t ihihtjtiilc llublic
t lllmuljc of Mexico City Cityr
I r t < r t J1cPX M Mu xIt fl t gives me great greatts
y
1 t rellproeate the courteous
ing 01
I ts I r r Your 3Pcll weIlNlc Qileflcy < lncy anti to ex exi exhatIlnM
I11DSt rordlnl good hhes tM
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Ih ti
and happiness hapl > lnlss and an for
t w 1 J i the thet th
r t tJ trIIHIt of ° f iho the Mexican Mexicani
i l11 nr 4l nv I t Is s Ihlh Vf or m We ye are boumj lj l > 110 9 9i
i ftlfnaihr r IMIL mutual mutualCOnP Interest and andX
WLI1A MIIINLl Ml1NL1YCOiILi Y
COnP ix AM AMVew mrulOS X ISLANDS ISLANDStV
j New Ow I 0 15 lon8
elln Pllrnl
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lnltlll 1 II i cii Slnl S t at 8 lIelllllllllM lIelllllllllMI lctIln iiiis iiiisI
t tVf tV r rt0 Ttk < IJIr1I h May M i the 11Thnt aU the cof cofI cofrt0
United
I f g States
C
rtti n nh can canwl
the th
n aqa I ulred blands wl wlc which > > hlH htte
since the
c outbreak Of
aIh It
ha h < I ti tli liar la i the illusion illusionof
h ti t tury ury burtatt of Rtatlstlls tl rB of ofnt o
arte tSr dIllrtment at ntanlt nshlng
p parte ng It ru arful fuJ study tu of the coffee
If apa1llItes at the new hoe hoeI
The IsMI I ris
In
JrtutH Which co cotee I Mn b lii
htkftL Ue a Ltd n d the t e grOwn IhlllpPlnClI are Hlwnli Porto POttoJII
JII Ie In the Iorto mcn
h 1r11n 51t 1n Is markets where It 18 well WellIs
1r1 retarded II the best In tho thoof
anlt anltof ar It II
I J Itntil the conclu Conclusion lon
of 0 it ltallUles i of the thewhen
Mal ai n ri that when coffee
haro
been bte developed In the
Hard Coughs CoughsNo
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No matter how hard your yourcough yourcough yourcough
cough is or how long you have havehad IHwhnd haVehad
had it you want to get g t rid of ofit ofit ofit
it of course It is too risky riskyto
to wait until you have con consumption consum ConSUflh ¬
sumption sum ption for sometimes its itsimpossible itsimpossible itsUpOSSIb1C
impossible to cure this disease diseaseeven diseaseevcn diseaseeven
even with withIf vithAyes
Ayers withAyers AyersI
I Cherry CherryP ChircryPectorall
P Pectorall PectorallIf ector U UIf
If you arc coughing today todaydont tadn tadndont todaydont
dont wait until tomorrow but hutget butget butget
get a bottle of our Cherry Chen Pec Pectoral Pectoral Pectoral ¬
toral nt once and be relieved relievedThree I
Three T ree sizes 23c 23 Me 100 100If
If reur 1eUrrol yur1ruitglit Uuirflit IJt cAnnot cannollllppl0Uatn mpply joaitml < 1 ni one onedollar ooedollar OflOdntlr
dollar anil n1 wo will vinrtil 4 Urio t ottlo b9ttlo > to you younil 10Uall you1Mt
nil clmr rhnrtu i rrtpnlit 1o e nute jrwi toll alvp tYO in II your yourunieit fourII
unieit II U flt II XIlo lt < vlllcr AUJitn J J C AVER Co CoLowell CoLowoll COLowil
Lowell Man ManPhilippines MwPhilippines IouPhilippines
Philippines anl lIitl llnwnll nil of the one onemillion OIlCII1l1l1un oneInhibit
million dollar or inpri > which the tlioUnited thoUnited theJnited
United States sends cnd abroad every week weekfor w veuhtfor k ktOI
for coffee > can bo expended among lunon the thfInhabitants theInhrtbltant thtitihitibitants
Inhabitants of our own Islands 181111 111 < Porto 1oitoRlean 10110Hlean Portohtlean
Rlean coffee orrf has long conmianded high highprice high11rlc hIiiprices
11rlc price > S In European mailiela thought It Itlias Itlas ithas
has las l 1OCI K > OII compuratlvoly little known Inthe IIIthe In liithe
the lilted States StatesDevelopments StntesDlvololllllEnts StateSDevelopments
Developments of coffee culture In Inllnwnll InIIunllllullIlK inUaaiI
llnwnll IIunllllullIlK durlUK the li last t few yours oms have havebeen hnnlJecn havebeen
been very ery satisfactory In the tUally tUallyptoducod IllIalllyprllluce1 qualitypruduceil
ptoducod oath the prices realized In Inthe Iutho Inthe
the Philippines the product Is of high highgrade highrntIe highgrade
grade gradeThe gradeThe rntIe rntIeThe
The fort that the United States Irf Irfby I Ib isby
by b far the greatest cofCce consuming consumingcountry conlulllinorCotllltt conuumlngcountry
country nnd Is I steadily Increasing her herconsumption hcr10n tierconsumption
consumption 10n uml > llon fcuggeHtM ll eHtll tliut American Americancupltnl AmcllcallcUJltal Anleilcailenpltai
cupltnl and energy may turn their at attention attcntlon atteiition ¬
tention to the promising Hold now nowopened noloJoneel notsOieflel
opened In the Inlands InlandsAmerican 11111111111American islandsAmericali
American coffee importatlotiH during duringtho dUI dutlntthe III IIItho
tho nlno months ending with March March1ol
1901 amounted to 6173HOOO pounds poundswith poundwith htotmiMvitli
with n value of 132180000 a sum near nearly nenrIy nearly ¬
ly 5000000 In excess of the value of ofthe oftho ofthe
the coffee Impnrtu of tho sumo months monthsof
of the preceding Ilscal year enr Indicating Indicatingthat
that for the full fiscal your ear the total totalvnluc t0111olue totalvalue
value of Un coffee Imported lJported Into the theUnited thEUnited theUnited
United States will wi be nbout 60000000 60000000AMERICANS 60000000mHOA 60000000lihCI
AMERICANS mHOA S LtiAVIJ 111 IMJICIN IMJICINCavalry pmONCnmhy lihCICnvahry
Cavalry and Int Artillery lrlll I Take Up VI the theMnrtili Chelaroh timeMardi
Mardi to ii Takii TakiiPckln lkl lklI LttknIkin
Pckln I kln May uy 5 6Ihe The United Unlle States Statesravnliy Statescavhy Statet4cavalry
cavalry cavhy and an artillery nrtlery left lef Pckln Iekln to today toIny today ¬
day Iny to march to Taku llku Imposing Imposingfarewell 11 Imposingfarewell JOSInr
farewell flewel ceremonies attended nlcnLlc < their do departure doIlatture doitarture ¬
parture Alfred Guflelec find nll tho other otherHrltlsh otherBritsh otherhtritlsh
Hrltlsh Britsh generals lenerla with wih their thllr stuffs stuffswere startero stuffeWere
were ero present Jt ent nnd nnl nut the British Drllh troop troopwho troJ troopsvlrn
who e curled the Americana Americns outside the thewall thewal thewall
wall wal The infantry and headquarters headquartersstaff hfa 1uart < Is Isstllff
staff will wi leave lea1 by rail rl aa goon on as the thetroops thetroops thetroops
troops arrive nrlvo at Taku TakuMINNESOTA TakuINSgSOT Taiui4MlNiSOT
MINNESOTA INSgSOT WIFE W1 iii DESERTERS 1 S rClms
11Hlnlnturn Icjl lltro Hhi hlhiliissei 1nsscd Illscll n I Imw the flirTholr trTholr theTJlfli
Tholr r Punishment PunishmentSt 111 Pit a IHlllolt IHllloltst I sit in C ii t tSt
St Paul laUI Minn May 5 6The The county countyboard countyhoard countyboard
board of control has decided to seek seekrequisition 6tk 6tkIClulsllon seekrequisition
requisition IClulsllon papers In order to secure securethe securethe eculo eculothe
the return 1llIr t1 to t this tate of thirty hus husbands II liii liiibands ¬
bands ban 1s < who ita have 1110 deserted tl sorlell their wives wivesThe wlYesThe wivesThe
The List legislature 1 lslltura passed pllsed a law lawmaking lawInnkln lawtanking
making wifedesertion wltedlsetlol a felony tIIOI pun punishable pOl pumihehablo ¬
ishable by Imprisonment the emii emiitentlary
lhable In n peni penitentiary penltentlar ¬
tentiary tentlar for from 11011 ono to three years yearswith YCRrAwih yearswith
with wih a provision roI lon for ti 1 suspension of ofpenterice atpentence ofsentence
sentence providing Jovllllng the delinquent telllcluant hus husband husband hueband ¬
band shall 8hal give 110 a bom Jnlt onti to the state to tosupport tl tosupport
support his wife and family familyStubbed famiy famiyStlhhllt fatallyStlItlhltd
Stubbed Stlhhllt by I lt Insmio Patient PatientOrennn Iatlmt IatlmtOrenna laticmiOronna
Orennn Sweden Sweten May I G GWhln 5While While Ra Rareness naroncss 1aronces ¬
reness Augusta von on Dusen Du en was Intro Introducing Intradtwlnl introtiuicing ¬
ducing dtwlnl a pitlont Piltont named namel named Nohrmann NohrmannInto rohrmann rohrmannInto
Into 1 a hospital hosplnl for nervous dleensen dleensenhere 11seaMel tijecaseshere
here Nohrmnnn rohrlnnn became beClt violent mixed mixeda
a hnlfo and stabbed the baroness hCUOnl19 antI nndher antIher andtier
her three daughter dnughter One of tho thodaughters thodnuchler liedaughtera
daughters died diedTho IIIId IIIIdThe tiledThe
The patient then escaped IntJ tnt the theVillage tholn thevillage
Village ln e clad cad only In n her underclothing underclothingtried
tried to force tote an entrance Into several severalhouses Severn1houses lOrn lOrnhouses
houses and attacked ntllkel and wounded woumlld live livepersona 1e 1epcrsons fivepersons
persona before being overpowered overpoweredA OVOrIOIICJd OVOrIOIICJdCICOO
A CIHCAOO CICOO MimilKIl nmlim MYSTERY MYSTERYHotly IY81t IY81tnOlI lYSTIhl lYSTIhlhhot
Hotly nOlI or a ran loIIII Found In II the Slip Slp at atMorgan atllrJan atMorgami
Morgan llrJan Street StreetChlcairo StreotChicgo StreetChicago
Chicago Chicgo May a 6 Grha Tho Tribune says saysThe saysThe CS CSThe
The body of a man found In the slip Sllllt Slllltor at atMorgan atMorgan
Morgan or nl street and the South llrnnch llrnnchIs 111ch 111chIs
Is believed by b the tl lie police polct to show shol n nmurder nrurdtr amurder
murder rurdtr committed commlte < timing 1lulln a strike last lastwinter lastInter lastwinter
winter winterThe winterThe InterThe
The man mln Is thought to be hart Shaw Shawformerly Shawtormfrl Shawfoymerly
formerly of rOcene rOlone N NY Y anti a I memo memlxr memoIr menuher
her of local loal union 7 of the woodworkers woodworkersThe woollworkerj
The police polN think Shaw was concerned concernedIn lolcorl < 1 1In
In tho strike at Gnugcrfl Ou lrA planlmr Illanlnl mill millnnd 11 mIlland
and that ho was Ias murdered lurllerel and thrown thrownInto thrownInto throvnInto
Into tho river riverThe riverThe riverThe
The body bod was vn first Irst Identified IlenUned by h tho thoworking thoorldnr theworking
working orldnr card of the union found In Inthe Inthe inthe
the mans pocket pocketThere pocketThcro jocketTitero
There were signs stinI of violence on the thebody tbobd thebody
body bd With the thl utilon Ullon card elId was found founda
a letter letcl of recommendation r on1elllla ton from a aGenuine aABSOLUTE aASULUTE
ABSOLUTE ABSOLUTESECURITYi ASULUTESECIJRITYg
SECURITYi SECURITYiCClulne
Genuine GenuineLittle CClulne CClulneCarters C C fl U I fl C CCarters
Carters CartersLittle
Little Liver Pills PillsMust PilSe PilSeMust
Must Bear Signature of ofSee ofLe
Le LeSee
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See FeSlmll faclmlio Wr Wurrr wtarrer rr r Dtlow DtlowVM Ilol IlolU7 iJcIowVy
VM Vy U7 mill IDaU sit Bil il si A fiar fiarto fL fLto etii7to
to take t M I a iTjfar iTjfarFOB 11 11CARTERS iucttrARTEaS
FOB HEADACHE HEADACHErun HEDACHE HEDACHErOR
CARTERS ARTEaSTTLE run DIZZINESS DIZZINESSFOR DlliESS DlliESSanLE
BILIOUSNESS BILIOUSNESSFOR Itl0UIEsSiJg
anLE FOR ILOUUJES ILOUUJESI
I iJg VER D FOR FORTORPIflLIYER FORTORPIflLIYERTII TOnPlD TORPI UVER UVERFOR LVER LVERPILLS
CONSTIPATION CONSTIPATIONFOR
PILLS TII FOR CONSPATION CONSPATIONrOR
rIL FOR IOUALLOWKIW IOUALLOWKIWFOR SALIOW SLlOW SKIN SKINFORTHECOMPLEXIOK Sil
FORTHECOMPLEXIOK FORTHECOMPLEXIOKCURE FR FOR TE THE COMPLEION COMPLEIONI COMPLEXION
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manufacturing manutA ltrln company of Greene N NTh6 NTh
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Yh Th6 h police IDlco think thltk the tli man mAt was Ulllod Ulllodnbout 1 killednbout < llod llodnbout
nbout the date of the murder of Tar Tar6f Farte rayte
te 6f > i In November Xoel r 1WO 1 They believe believetho bli believelie
tho mun wn WitS IIN at work at Q Oaur a users mill millat mmat nullat
at tho lie time tlre and nut that he h mast death at atihu lt atthe
the 111 hands ha18 of the sumo 11m nntf Hint mur murdered murdcutIuITes snurtiered ¬
tiered dcutIuITes Fu 1ariese tress Lieut Illut Iluynes Hayne said
Just n 11 as soon 80n 01 u I lonrncU 1 llted that the therody thebody thelody
body hall be hfln been n In the water nil n1 winter winterand winteralld uintersmith
and that thlt the papurs Imlknteil Intlltll tho man manhad 11111 11111hall manlid
had Doino polO connuvtlon conluctol with wih the strike trllt of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the woodworker oworktr I concluiled that Ihlt mur murder nwrder ur urdlr ¬
der dlr had been done doneThe tont tonthe ibtielluo
The he case will wil b I > lncutiRaird InWflIf > I clowly cIOI cIOIfhe cloiei cloieirite
The fact th Ihat t ii I woikmun 11lkrul shuuld shuulddisappear shQu111dhlQIIlr siituhidiseppeer
disappear duiltiif llulJ duthtm till thO lime lm of a strike strikeIn
In a mill 111 wh whr where ro a 1 nununljn nonunil man Inn h hadbeln had liedbeen d dbeen
been beln inurderad Ilurtoltl Without wihout causing com comment cornfluent om omment ¬
ment In II explah e IIIIf d by y the th polire plll on the theground thoRound theKrouIid
ground Round that the th moan Inll had not lot hen hocnknown hlen hlenkMln henknrtsn
known kMln In II Chlnffo ChfcICI his letter Iftel nhowlnB nhowlnBthat
that he eamo In Juno or July 1800 1800HorrH 100 100lol Idiilirms
HorrH lol CoiiuontratliiK CUIUlICntll Under HIlier Iiolaroy IiolaroyNew IhIIIINew ilthumeyNew
New York 11 May Jin C GThe The report that thatn
n force of lloom Is Ii i concentrating under underUelurey unl10rDellre undereiarey
Uelurey Dellre ut Harlebeawtefi Hlrleblultenllln coneentlntng nteln Is tc tcgarded I Igard81 icgitrded
garded with a 1 i fVliiK flelnl of eattsfac eatlefuction eatlefuctionin ltl8fldlon ltl8fldlonIn tlon tlonIn
In LonUon Lon ol acocrdinir aCuIIiinu t tt the T rlbumn 1ribtmaneuirpiQndCnt rlbumncurrppondcnt rllnn rllnnlOtfIIIOldcllt
currppondcnt lOtfIIIOldcllt The Stinlud Stin tan Lii Li nj oxpeotii oxpeotiiriH rxpcL
riM u I result rNul to tl hear of un unuihir itlur llllr Nurron Nurronder IUIII surmenleE
leE Ier on a I icale of PrlimlooD Irll louN Tlu Ti Hi Bri hhlt hhltisla It Itlull
lull force should fnr tnI outnumbi outnUIII1 > r the thuDoers thoBotrR thehioers
Doers BotrR and fnd an 11 the latter IUt ntilt nia > t by thU thUtime thl thltme thItimime
time tme have hIVIIt list 1 ut practically prarllly al t tieht ielr gun gunDelarey gunlDelare dune1eiarey
Delarey rannnt IRllnlt have nuy 11 artillery with withhim wih wihhim withhIm
him hIm This fact alone tlne klvmld al1u1l pla hIaQ hIaQhimmi l < o ohim ohim
him at lt a eruit Irent Olnadvantage OlnadvantageTIIH dllfv nta ntam
TIIH m OANUKU 3I5U3I 3I5U3IDr Ht Htli
Dr li I I I lificn B i iset CI 111 lui I I I DUcdviirtd 11 ovultll It I I t Now NowKulVorM Nit NitSuthbrtt Ol OlSulll
KulVorM Sulll from thn DUonsc DUonscSan IltI hieonsSan I ISan
San Kranclwo IllllIIU May Ma C GDr Dr Ouslnve OuslnveICItcn GustaveEiWml
ICItcn 1 1fI the talflrnll allfunilu scientist SCIIItKt whoae whoaediscovery whul wiioaediscovery
discovery II uer of o the cancer grm Irl erni was 18 a anotable anotable
notable ovcnt In II the medical history historyof
of litnt year has hal been attacked lt tckod by bycancer I bycaneem
cancer He II hn hii has submitted ubmllell to an opera opsintlon OPQIntlOI operaloll
loll tlOI ut lt St t lailicn Iul lioapltul hopial and the thesurgeon th th8urgeOn timesurgeone
surgeon 8urgeOn stnto list tllt he IK Il rapidly I ro r totoverlmig rocovering
covering oerll although 1lhoull nothing nothllg can aa y yet yethI t tbe
be hI 1 deternilneJ eletelllleJ about nlut the thf final flal numlt numltDr rfult rnetfltIr
Dr DI Klsen g en bellcvfs beltfK that he b bcal becaflie becaflieinoculated camc camcInoculntod
inoculated Iloculalo with the cancer microbe microbewhile Ilerobe Ilerobewhie microbewhile
while whie studying Sltul111 the uerma ferms through thrugh time thvinlcroscopu th thmlcroRcopl timemilherORCO
inlcroscopu inlcroscopujrinviiiJvTNir mlcroRcopl mlcroRcoplWICSII11Y milherORCO Ito Itotigiji4ii
jrinviiiJvTNir WICSII11Y tigiji4ii i iciiunpit iciiunpitPruNldcnt ICUrHn ICUrHnIIOIIIlt iutun iutunlmcsidemit
PruNldcnt IIOIIIlt Will 1 Ill Not NiitSeo Soo Itiior Blel Iciulci IciulciOlllclnlly lelllcl lelllclCloul 1csiiIezIilkinihy
Olllclnlly Cloul or I Unolllulnlly UnolllulnllyLondon Ulolclnl UttoihiciallyLondon
London 1on 1on < May C Gflul Th Geneva cor correspondent correKl correspondent ¬
respondent reKl nlunt of the Dally Daly Mull lll UMCIIF UMCIIFthat 1Cll 1Cllthat aeecm is isthat
that Piesldont 1rsllont MuKlnley MeJllle tIeKinie lies Informal InformalMr
Mr I Krugcr luler hut thlt he cannot receive receivehim Ieeetvhim receiveiiimmt
him cither eiher olllclnlly olcllly or unolllclnlly unolllclnllyMA unottlII unothieialhyM1VOit
MA M1VOit 1 YOU yo I TAO3AUTS IOC ITS HISIlOlhM HISIlOlhMIttinauiiy ImOISI ImOISIIISCI IhiltOiSMPasses
IISCI Passes Ittinauiiy nUllaWI JtutiitityTcmn Team 11 nl wltli wih wit ii Atitn Atitnmidillu AntuIlhll 4tmitoititilil
midillu Ilhll I o and 1111 it mm d StnpN S I o llorsrs llorsrsChicago JII I I ttiitts ttiittsChicago lS lSChlcgo
Chicago Chlcgo May Mu 6 tMnyor Mayor Taggart of ofIndlanapollv orInclanlpoll ofIncihanaltolis
Indlanapollv Inclanlpoll who is here on UI a visit visittoday vlfll vlflltodrty ittit ittittoday
today prevented a plensuie fleasulu party from frommeeting trommeetllg frommeetlmig
meeting meetllg with wih suiloub sOlloul accident if nol noldeath noLtenth not1011th
death tenth acting at the till risk rl l < of hut civil ounllfu onItl civillifu
llfu Itl Mayor Tnggart was 1lS riding be behind hehlnl1 lieitimud ¬
hind a party art In an 11 automobile automoblo when whentho whentho whenlie
tho lie homes hor e taking takln fright frllh ran rai away awayPutting a awayPutting 11
Putting Putng his machine anchlne to Its full tul speed npcedMr lpcedMr speedMr
Mr Taggart passed Ilassel the iiinawayti iiinawaytibrought 1lla itmmiavayshirouglit WnN WnNbrought
brought his automobile nutomuble to a stop and andjumping nnLljllllnl amidjtittmpimug
jumping jllllnl to the ground grount not 10t a necoiul necoiultoo sconlltoo
too noon Ioon grabbed ono 01 of tho hotsos holsos by bythe bythe bythe
the bridle The ho speed Ipeell of the tll team ten car cartied carrled cartied
tied him 1dm off ort hl hits feet but though lie liewas Mwal liewatt
was wal dragged drggc for more than a block he hekept heI liekelit
kept I < elt hold of ufthe the bridle nnd llnallybrought Inul llnally hinuhhybrought
brought brOIHht the horses horlos to a standstill stanllstl Mr MrTaggart Mrruggart 11
Taggart lnggnrt was 11 unhurt unhurt3YPSIUS Inhurl Inhurlalsms unhurtGYISICS
3YPSIUS alsms POISON A t tlime WKIjI WKIjITim Wmllho
Tim ho Itcsiilt He u Is that tliittliiteeti Illtccii Ilmecl PIHSUIS PIHSUISIno lcmsoimshave Persons PersonsHave
Have Ino Died DiedLondon 11111 11111Iondon 1iciiLondon
London May ay C 6The The Dally Dall Mail Mal pub publishes pul ¬
lishes Ishes tho following folowing telegram from fromVienna fromIellll from fromTheuiiiui
Vienna ViennaVienna TheuiiiuiVienna Iellll
Vienna Vlelna May II C A gang Clng of gypsies gypslosIn HypsloII
In II revenge for their thfl previous lreloul capture captureIn
In 11 condurmcs lenl1lrmel tioleoned 10leOl6d the sells Ieli 111
the vlll vlllago e of f i Knpolya ilI a Hungary with withthe wih wihthe withthe
the result tliut tlll tltteen tleen persons IHwlns hare hnvodied haredl1 hiavedied
died dl1 of poisoning Seuual teul of the gyp BJPelos CIelos gypsios
elos have been arrested nricstedAllMY Utlstc UtlstcDlY arrested4itM <
AllMY DlY IN IlllIIPPtNKS 1thhltlPPtiSit IlllIIPPtNKSAdiiilnlAtratlon lIIIPISIS lIIIPISISAIIIIIIMrutlou
AdiiilnlAtratlon AIIIIIIMrutlou it 1 III I it let ru t I n ii Dculdcfl lecllcs to I 1 llednco lledncoIt Hedllel It ed uieo uieoI
It I I I to t > Party I ott Thousand ThousandWashington 1huIHIII 1huIHIIIWashlngtol I Ito imsatmil imsatmilVashlingtomt
Washington Washlngtol May D GAfter After a careful catefulconsideration clreful clrefulconslderatloll carefulconsideratIon
consideration of the situation sltultlon the ad administration allmllllstrtion administratIon ¬
ministration mllllstrtion ham decided to reduce the thenrmy theIrmy lie lienrmuuy
nrmy Irmy In the Philippines lhllllnN to 0000 4000 < Th Thopinion The ThePlIitOIi fhopinion
opinion prevails prllls hero that this number numberwill lumber lumberwi numbervlll
will wi be ample for or the present needs of oftlio oftho oftho
tho service In tho Islands 1IIInls and If I con conditions condltonH conditlons ¬
ditions dltonH continue to Improxo llprl In the nut nutfactory lul satjefactory
itnctor factory manner Ilnnr that has been MIOIUI MIOIUIIn Iholl
In the past aRt few fll fc months tho force torcl may maybe Iay Iaybe maybe
further furtherThe furthorTho furthtorThe
be reduced rtLucell atlll stii
The expectation expectltoll of tho war wlr depart deparlinent department departuncut I
uncut Is that all ni of the volunteers voluntoer now nowIn IIOWIn miowiii
In the Philippines Phippi nos will have Invo left the theIslumlH theIslandl lie lieIsiandH
IslumlH Islandl by the en dof June leaving leavingonly lewlngonlr ieavliigonly
only the tegulnrs le ulnrR on duty dil hut there ther Fol Following 1 1oilowing 01 01lowing ¬
lowing the dupaituro dltlutlro of if volunteers will willcome wl Vijicollie
come COII the regulars who were wtro sent 10nt to toManila toIanlla toManila
Manila In II 1SVS 1S Just after acer the tie outbreak outbreakof
of hostilities h0311tlol and their movement home homewill hOle hotacsviii
will 1 continue until unti the th force U reduced reducedto reduce
to approximately nproxlna tely 40000 OOO men menMONUMIONT len lenrsmm imienNONUMINTr
MONUMIONT rsmm r TO 10 P1JUHY P1JUHYA IlmltY IlmltYJnpanl
A t Japanese Huron Barlll hinrqiiI4sks Auks AuksIn hk sHIHlalce sHIHlalceII siiista mice miceitt
In II Arousing Aruu llJ ug Interest InterestIlerkeley Interestlierkeley Itlre t tIlerkell
Ilerkeley Cal May Mi C GBaron Baron Ken Kentnto Iontalo hentnio
tnto talo Kaneko president of the th Be1u Be1ulyolal hljYu hljYuKyoKni B < JVu JVuKyoKal
KyoKal lyolal the lie American llerlcln nssoclntlon nsselatlotl of ofJapan orJnpan ofJapan
Japan has asked a lCd tho aislFtnnco of th thUniversity thUnlvorsl lie lietliuivorsity
University Unlvorsl of California In rousing lou81nl pub publie pu publie
lie 10 Interest Iltelet In im the movement 10tlont to erect erectat
at Kurlhama IUllhflC a monument commemor commemorative comJomor comJomoratho comninernorntivc ¬
ative of the landing 1IIIIIrm of Commodore Commodor Per Perry PCIry Perry ¬
ry half hllf a century ago A considerable considerablefund eonsl < erhle erhlefunt
fund funt has ha already keen Ieen raised rolEel and an < it I Is Isexpected Isexpected isexpected
expected that the monument montmcnt will wIl be le un unveiled tn tnclel onelled ¬
veiled clel on the corning cOllnl anniversary of the thelanding thelanl1ln thelandIng
landing of If the American morlc81 envoy which whichfulls whichtlls whichfulls
tlls fulls on July Jll It ItWESTERN 1 1WESTERN IiVl3STER
WESTERN STOCK iici < MARKET MARKETSpecial MARKETSp MAI113TSpeoial
Special Sp lal Correspondence CorrespondenceKansas Corre ponlonce ponlonceJ
Kansas J ansns City Cl Stock Yards Yarlls ards May 2 2Cattle 2Catto 2Cattle
Cattle Catto receipts reClpts nt It Kansas KanlR City Clt for the thomonth theronth themonth
month ronth of April Jll were 126500 1G00 showing showilg a again 1 1Rln agum
gain gum Rln of 0000 600 ns 11 compared eOlparUl with lh April AprIl19UJ prl
1900 190 and establishing IRtnblshll1 a now 10W record reord foi foirattle fO focattle
rattle Clte receipts reelllt during the fourth tOltth month monthof
of the th year IR Hog og receipts for April Aprilwere AIIwre Ahriiwere
were 237700 miO lacking Inol < ln but 6000 60 of reach reaching rearhInl roechuLag ¬
Lag Inl the April Apri record rerd anti aggregating tgterntug tgterntugfOO
29400 fOO more 1011 than arrived In April 1111 1900 1900Tho 19 10OThin
Thin sheep supply IUIII during April 1111 was wasnearly lvatnearly ai ainfarly
nearly double that of a year tar ago and andwns anllas antiwas
was las never exceeded excoELle but once in II a aorrospondlng uorrcsIlldlng acorrespatiding
orrospondlng < wnth rllnth The monthH re reclpts reCllt yecipte
clpts Cllt were USOOO 1 90 against 05700 GO for forlast forlast or orlast
last April Apri as I compared eompareI with Hh the thl flint flintfour nrlt nrlttour fisttour
tour months of J3on OO the correppointlnt correppointlntperiod corrsouUn corrsouUntlclod correeromuhtiitueriod
period tlclod this year eA photts hols gain IIIM of 130W 130Wattic 1 13O0attlo OOJ OOJatle
attic atle 162000 IGOO h IWII luitg ffi and MOO sheepdIrii sheep hlllAI1rl
April AI1rl values aluls were ere also gratifying grtlhlnl to tofeeders tortller tofeelers
feeders rtller the top price 565 having havlng been bwnxcecded I beenxceeded n nxccCled
xcecded xccCled but twice during turln any nlY corres corresponding rorrel correson1ing ¬
ponding pOllng month In the tl past seventeen seventeenyearn sOrenternyen Seventeenyears
yearn yen Il Tho highest pi inlet Ice for southern southerntattle Hotthern Hotthernnte southerntnttle
tattle nte In the lie past month wns 515 S hit thllprice thisprice hitprice
price having been paid on tares thr differ differrnt differrfl
tlel tlelnt
rnt rfl nt days Ia1 < during tlurllJ the last IIt week of the themonth themonth lie liemonth
month The months tOIl on feeder teetor cat cattle cnttt cattie ¬
tie tt was 1a 535 5 S and nn < Mockers Ilooket sold sol up to
62 a number of times tmc There Thee were were19JOO wore9OO
19JOO head of atockers tocker and feeders fewletsshipped tClel feedersthihpped
shipped to the country during durin April Aprilwhich Apri Aprilwhich
which whih was but JCO O In exew eX of April Iprl April19O
1900 190 but taking tnkln tho past four months monthsshipments monthsMhllmenlR monthsshipments
shipments MhllmenlR of 1S5MK 19 O head a gain of of2S400 ot2RJo ofs40l
2S400 2RJo s40l over the like lke period last Ilt year Is Isfhown Ishown isshown
shown fhownThe shownThe hownTie
The Tie fluctuations utlulto of cattle mtte prices dur during clurIng thurlag ¬
ing the te past Il1t week leave quotations quotationsgenerally tlUotatIonegenerally Iuotntons IuotntonsIenrnly
generally Ienrnly 10 cents etnt to 20 2 cents lower 101er ex excepting exCoptng excepting ¬
cepting Coptng M applied npj1C1 to a choice choie stock Ilock cat cattle st stt ¬
tle It t which are nr nrea a shade hnd stronger trnlf Choice
heavy Iwv beeves b lcs sell lel at t J51S 15 tolJ80 to 33 me lIIeum methorn
Hum um weight wellht steer lte era at I45 US to JZ5 II and nndlight andlight
light lght or rough lots are taken at J425 J425to Inl 15 15to 25 25to
to J475 It Western WEltcr fed cattle cate arc worth S
1150 10 160 to S52S SS S and branded brlded beeves tell tellup sellup
up to M70 itO while whie native nlto feeding ulcers ulcersare Jteer steersare lel
are worth UU 4M to to110nda1 I5H I5HMondays 5UMondays
Mondays 110nda1 supply of southern MUlher cattle cattlewas cattleIVaN
catlC
was wa liberal lberal for this thl season of the year yearand yearanti ear earnnd
and consisted of 1600 16 cattle which
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averaged lelQIO SOO 80 to 12W 10 pounds and sold soldMI eodSt IJ IJII
MI II JIM U i to JIW 1K i Tueiiduyu u LU1 150 S0 uattio uattiouvor eittionorngttd
uvor IIon4let norngttd titil In S13 ili to 1087 pountts 1JUUl118 and In1 w IIll > llta lltaIIon4let d at atS11J ntU itL1
S11J U to 3i1 17 175 two lauds jlds of SQTp 0iumit1tmtjw rIulld rIulldCltJ utid utidcattl
cattl CltJ having hll vlng brought IJIKht the top tll price pricecm IrlceOn iriceOn
On Wednesday Wel lud U u t pait 1lt of tile the8 StU S oMtle oMtleold optthesoul ttle
1011 old up to Mif 14 f and fll on Oi Thursday Thurltuy the thetop thetUII thitujI
top ujI price prlCI on 11 the 50 SI t head hlll oftuied utll01 was wasHSO Wil was4S0
HSO 4S0 80 for UL2pound 122pound Indian Inllan Territory Territorycuttle 1errHol letritoryett1e
cuttle 1 Itl Price IrIL1 rule 10 cents to 15 cents centslower Clts Cltsthnl eeiisiciler
lower than thnl I ha n the high ids U tltnu I the during furlll il the theluttur thahutI lieitittum
luttur part of April prl the ihrlnkufte Ihrlnl < be being le beimig ¬ i iInl
ing Inl due tiu to a 1 aymputhutlc 1 Ilthulc fueling follng lfe to tovard toWI1 towattis
vard native
WI1 > nato cattle cattleHog cattleI
Hog 1 og values lnllOI show sho loiv a 1 decline delne of S5 5 cents centsto
to iW h6 cento contl as lS compared c0lpnre1 with wi tli early clrl clrlA1111
API A1111 ii quotations the lie ely lI b belt it hotivy hM hMhOIS
lio hOIS lios s now nol being balnl worth I8U 6o to J5UO UI arid nndtho IInlltho aridIto
tho bulk Jul of tile tie light lght medium medlull and lnt
heavy h a lots tolling olnK at t 5CO to J580 Thin Thinpig rhhlptg rliimipigs
pig sell as low as u 100 00 mid ul 1 choice lots lotsup lot lotsoil
up tJ to JSM JSMThe 521The 26 26lhe
The lhe Colorado eolorllo fed lamb supplies 3ullplC are lre
beginning bealnlllJ to mibsble ltbsllc but bil Texas llxal dheop dheoparc kheoJ
arc 10 on the move 110e and 111 receipts continue continuelltoinl continueII euntilitliliteral
literal II rl Pullman Pul mal and Illllnlmlle llolunlcy of San SanAngela Bantngolo
Angela 1010 Texas exa were on 01 the market luukot on onMonday 11 11Inlln onMonday
Monday Inlln with wih n I string strllR of UX 140 > clipped clippedsheep cllcfI cllcfIhe11 clippedNLiOQI
sheep which averaged artgeI1 88 itouirtls 11011111 and andsold sadsold nd
sold 8011 at 100 100 and 111 H I M McKenitlc ld en It alui aluiof nl alstiif 1
of Han HUl QlI Angolo AliOlo received 120 10 for ITo 77ohead mlhefd IToheath
head hefd of Tilpound 7Upuul 1 clipped clpllt sheep on the thenrno HuIlre 6Iiestifle
stifle Ilre day Ia On Tuesday Tuos1ny Cowden and andWaddcll 11 11Walldol 11111Vathdeii
Waddcll Walldol of Midland Illall Texas marketed Innlkclel
1202 clipped clllecl wethers 100pound 100poln1 aver average n average er erue ¬
age at JUO UO and IInl rocolved SUO St0 140 for 123 123dipped 123dlprlo l233clipped
dipped dlprlo lambs which hlh averngetl Ilmqrel J4 J4poumlH HIJounds T4hoUIitIs
poumlH Colorado Colordo lambH larbl continue eon continuetIeiuiqitt thilo 111 111demand Indeland
demand deland nt prices 1IIIces ranging lulglnl from ho 150 10 tot folfair toltlir totfair
fair tlir clipped IPlloLl loin to tl JBlo 0 for uholce uholcewooled uhotcwoolld ohioicwooied
wooled woolld lots Choice fed wethers sill sillup ikclhup rl
up to tl U7 > U5 and fat ewes e 1 at 1400 tO to it J150 J150while 15Qhlo 6Q 6Qihile
while to hlo J3DO J3DOUocelptsof f60 f60HoelJIts 130Itoellihits bleeding blcedlng owes oles ute taken takcl at lt 300 300to tOt 300to
Uocelptsof HoelJIts of llvo Ivo stock for tho past pastweek 1181weok Pastieek
week were ero 29EOO 2960 cattle catll 84 8400 81000 000 hogs and
35000 sheep RhecI as n compared cOll > aled with 27006 27006cattle 27UQ 27C0cattle
cattle 71312 71S 2 hogs hu s and 34900 390 sheep for forthe fortho fortilt
the week preceding Jecedlllg and 2X 28400 < 00 cattle cat
01300 hogs hols and 15100 fIOOshecp sheep for or the thOCI thOCIrosl cor corresponding c n nresponding ¬
responding rosl > ondlnr week eol last year yearAmona yearAmnong trtrAmong
Among the sales alel of o wetstein Wester sheep fheep at ntKansas atInl8ns at1Cnmiens
Kansas Inl8ns City last 119t week were weieJIONDAV well wellmmA wereMONIAY
JIONDAV JIONDAVJames MONIAYJames mmA mmAJames
James Edgar I Beaumont loaumlll Texas lIXUS 301 301turned 301turnoll IQIturned
turned bucks CS Ihs nt 275 275Pullman 27Pullnrnn 75 75lul11an
Pullman lul11an Holmslcy Hollsley Hun Angela AngelaT AnRelo AnRelo1IIS AngeloTecas
T Tecas 1IIS 400 400H t 0 an 1103 clipped olPJd nhetp shoe II SS S lbs Ils ut lt ltt
H I M 1 McKenzle San Angelo Toxas Toxas77K TOXIS TOXISij6 Txae7Th
77K clipped clppel1 sheep Ihtel 70 Ibs ils nt lt SUOIrlotchell 420 420Kloflrachelm 120hiosrechielin
Kloflrachelm Irlotchell Mer 111 Co lan 1u AnImas AnlniasCoin Auilnaeoia
Coin 1010 oia MO tO lambs 57 Ibs at 160 160R 460F 50 50I
R I Kreyblll lfI Las Anlrnai AnIIU Colo 202 202ewes 2G2ewes 2G 2Gcues
ewes 74 7 lb lbs at J3S1 J3S1R 355I IS5F
R I Kreyblll KrEbl Lna LasAnlmas Anlmas Colo CJC CJClainbs G 6Citimabs G GIUllbs
lainbs IUllbs CO tbs at 485 HSG1ult 485Hryant 15Bryant
Bryant 1ult Ilros Iros no noly Rotky ky Ford Colo 489 489lambl 49lambs l llamb
lamb lambl 75 7 Ibs nt 500 500V 500W
W V J J Calkins Cnl < ns Rushy HIII fltt lty < Ford Colo 493 493lambs 49 49lambs 495iamnbs
lambs 77bs 77 Ihs otfJOj otfJOjJ at 1 Oj OjJ i
J L I 111ln81 Ilennett tn t Junta Cob Colo SOt EOllambs SOtlamls 601lambs
lambs lamls 7P Ibs at J 910 1
TUESDAY TUESDAYCowden TU TUIsDAYCowden SDAY SDAYCowden
Cowden ft Vad4qll WRdtQI Midland Mhlanl Texas TexasUM Texas12U2
UM 12 ZcltP clipped 1 wethers wlhers 100 10 Ib II lbs ut lt 110 110Cowden 110Cowden 10
Cowden 0111 t WndJell Wnl1llelfdlald Midland Texan Texns13a
1233 clipped elpcl lamb > 74 Ihs at 10 10J 140 140J
J H IInll Holly lloswsll 1081el N M 1 7S clipped clippedwethers cllPo clIppedwothers
wethers 103 Ibs nt H 440 440J O OJ
J 1 H I Hiilly ItIY HcBwell HCMwel N M r 438 438cllppd H8clppetl 438chippthh
cllppd clppetl lambs 71 lbs nt 1 t 465 465Rd U5Wosl 455lIil
Rd West ost HnehneH loehne Colo 5C4 GG lambs lambs7t Inmbi hambit
7t i Iba nt i t 490 490Htl 1 4901l 90 90Bli
Htl West Wst ett HoehneH Colo 2t7 17 lambs lumhaiO
70 o lbs SUO SUOJ 500 500J
J I Ilennett Bennet IA I Junta Colo Cololamb 9W 9Wlambs 0 0lambs
lambs 78115 78 S lbs At 500 500WEDNESDAY 600WmI 500WIINESDAY
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however so that no 10 one Ole was as hurt hurtWe hurt hurtA hurtb
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the influen of chloroform I med three threeboltlci threebottcs
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condition codii for or the final i31 hour ho so 1 that thllhe the actual actuallabor acul aculIbr actuillabor
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SALT LAKES WERE WEREBADLY WEREBADLY WEREBADLY
BADLY BFATENGimlins BEATEN BEATENGimlns
Gimlins Gimlns Men Won the Game by a aLargo aLargo aLarge
Largo Score ScoreLOCALS ScoreLOOAJ ScoreLOOAJS
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STANDING S1NPNO OP 01 CLUBS CLUBSP CIUDS 911U135
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fiavantoon Sevllton to five In favor of Ogden Ogdotitails Ojdull OjdulltOIH Ogdentells
tails tOIH the talc of massacre IISHner which took tookplnco took1lnco tookIthaca
plnco at It the Junction Juncton City CI yesterday yesterdaylllsleys yesterdayhlisloys c tetII tetIIUMOI
lllsleys UMOI little 1111 wore easy oS victims victimsThey vlctinisrhtey lcUmsfhe
They fhe secmid leellf to bo tumble tlllble to Imng Imngtogether hanl hiangtogether
together at all al and bunched Illched UI > u totnl totnlof
of thirteen large wull l developed errors UITOIHThe Ilrorl errorsThe
The groundB Iound were lera In a v vemy 11 iy bad hit condi condition cOIlI1Itlon cotidiion ¬
ion but this did not hinder the lobsters lobstersfrom lolstels lolstelsrrot lobstersfront
from rrot playing un 11 01 onorl1 rot ken Biune un until untl UnLit ¬
Lit tl the nlnutn 11101 when Father Illthlr Ulinlln Ulln and andUluth ald aldButh amidiliuthi
Uluth Buth each blundered blundlred liorchoiti Botch the thenew thonII tuehew
new pitcher Ilicher made mn 1e < hl hii his first frst appearance appearanceIn nlllJearll1
In tho box and Iwhaved bhlo Hr lnt ilret t rate ratl af after lt lttet attel ¬
tel tho lint Irlt Inning 111In Ha 10 nllowed nlowed the theonoiny thoenomy theenemy
enemy but eight small slll hits his which didnt didntcount dldlt dldltCOUllluch didmicount
count COUllluch much llawlvy lallo Itrfolued ierforniod > rfoimed for the thelocals the10el11 thehocal
locals 10el11 but hl his support wan miserable miserableKollowlng Ilsorabht Ilsorabht1rololJn miserablelroilowhng
Kollowlng 1rololJn Is the detailed dotalcf score scoiuOQDKN scoreOOI1N COIOOaJ
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Casey Cao 2b C 3 2 2 h 3 0 0Clark 0Chant
Clark 111 11 6 3 0 i 0 0 0Ollnln 0Oimnhlii
aimlln Ollnln 01 0 2 2 3 1 1 1PInko 1Piake
Plako sy SI 5 I 3 1 0 1 0 0Haitian 0la 0Ilausen
Haitian la ISUIo o C 1 i 10 10McGregor 0 Q QMcGregor QMcGregor
McGregor lf lfItorchers C 2 2 1 1C 0 0 0Hotchers 0ltteiius
Itorchers Hotchers p C 1 2 0 2 0 0Hansfonl 0Itansfuril
Hansford rf rfniuth 3 1 1 2 0 0 0Bluth 0hilutli
niuth 3b + 4 1 9 1 1 I ITotals 1otals 1 1Totals
Totals o 47 4 17 14 1 27 8 85A11 L1 L1SALT 2SALT
SALT 5A11 LAKE LAKEAH ImAU I4AKIAll
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McQmild cQlull1 of 4 4kisley 0 1 1 1 2 2nlsler
nisley ss SI 4 4MeCatislamid 1 1 6 1 I IMcCutislnnd 1tcCllslnllll
McCutislnnd Ib 11 4 4Morrow 1 1 4 3 3olrow U UMorrow
Morrow olrow It itlVitiiamns 3 1 1 2 0 0 0WIIIS
Williams WIIIS 3b 3bWeIuitr 3 1 1 2 3 G GVobstpr
Webstpr rf 4 4lburr 0 0 1 0 0 0Hnrr 0Barr
Barr 2b 2bMiiigetts 4 0 1 1 1 2 2lniHtsc
Maigetts lniHtsc c 4 4IIavIo 1 1 C 2 0 0Hawley 0Hawlor
Hawley p 4 0 1 2 1 0
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Totals Tot Js 31 C C 8 21 12 13 13Score 13Score 13core I
Score core by Innings Innlnls
1 123 2 3 4 C C 7 S 9 9Ogden 9Ogden
Ogden o r 0 3 0 0 0 G 2 17 17SaltLnko 17HIlt 17Bait
SaltLnko HIlt 11 Lake < 0 4 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 B BSummary 1 5SunumnaryIhases
Summary SununlBases SunumnaryIhases Hases on balls blll Off Or Haw HawIcy HawIly hlawIcy
Icy 4 off or Horchcrs 3 Struck out Haw HawUy HawIy h1aihey
Uy Iy 3 llorchers Borcllrs S Hit Jt by plther plthe Barr JlnrrPlako BarrPlake BarrPInko
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ar Oltgor Oregor gorf Double plays IllaYI Mnrgctts nr ett to Mc MeCauBlaml McCauslnnd McCiiusinmui
CauBlaml to Williams Wllnls ninth luth to Casey
Stolen bases InSls ninth Buth 2 Time of game gale
200 Umpire Grcenwcll GrcenwcllAVHItAUKS Oleencl OleencllmCm Greenwehi1h11tYiltS
AVHItAUKS lmCm Ol1 OJ jIJuYI JliAYIJUH JliAYIJUHOf IS ISOt
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Saturday SaturdayFollowing 8ntultl 8ntultlI StittitihityFollowing
Following I ololng arc the averages aYernscf of the lie Og Ol
den Ilel ball bul players Ila ers up > to Saturday Satutla The lhe lhelgures
figures lgures were ere furnished by b Judge Judlo A U Utiara
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Gimln Qimlin G 30 0 i 1 ii 367 8 1 1
llal Ilahe 6 30 6 9 200 o 1313 G
Hauin htauaen 4 1 0 3 j 300 30 3 1 1eOregor
eOregor G 27 j 3 S 29Z 10 0 1
Juth Jilatli 11 22 6 4 1 152 10 6 1
Ihl Henry 4 18 3 I 5 m 13 4
Hnnltord htflmisfortl 6 21 f 5 6 286 4 3 2
Otenel hieenwehi 3 13 1 1 0i 077 15 1 0
Shurtlt Shtirtliif 1 3 3 1 3a3 0 3 0
I 1 G 1 1200 1 200 0 1 2 2nm 2leam
leam nm av J 62116 62tIG4j78 1781 3 IIG216J24 3241162154124Oppnents
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Hluen hlausetri 0 3 1 4 0 9S0
McGregor fcGrgor I 1 4 3 1 0 909
Bluh Bhimtlj 1 6 1 1 0 I 9 03t 3
henry 0 1 I 1 0 850
Hansford 2 4 4 1 0 778
rfenwol renwoll 0 a 1 0 0 100 IOOO
Hhurllrt Shiurtlift 21 2 1 0 1 0 1000
11 10
Moser 0 3 010 01 0 0 333 333Tear 333Teani
Tear avemg Cagl 1211331151161 21 i 900 900qlt0n 900qivonena
qivonena qlt0n nt8 JL4iJJL2 JL4iJJL21tiif4f 12 l Ll m mHPr
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CarrlcdOtr tlm HOIKIM lolorH of the t lit Day DayThe ln lnThe hayThe
The weekly shoot of the Salt Sal Lake
rlllt 1lt club Club was WIK held hell yesterday yeRtrday afternoon Hal atenloll
wtchncld llchlelll captured alturOt first trat plate Ilnlo with wih a
record nf 42 while whlc Chrlslonsen came
second elonll with wih two less les I Following Is tlle the
individual 1 < score scole
1 12345 2345G78910 3 4 I G j 8 9 910 10
MtehfleM 1011 6 65 54454354 5 4 4 3 6 t 342
K 1 Chrlstcnsen 4 1 l K r r r i 5 i i i n
Wlhon VI on onWetherson 44444 44 4 t 4 433 3 3 C i t tethereomu 4iS
Wetherson WethersonThompson WetherSOI 4 3544 3 P 4 4 4 44 4 4 4 332
Thompson ThompsonServlco 54534 I 6 4 C 3 4 24 2 4 3 3C30 4 6 U J I
Service ServlcoChrlstcnsen Hervlt b 44544 4 4 I 4 4 C30 C f 3 0 4 43 I Il
l Calilson nllon 34424 3 4 2 4 44 4 4 5 3531 3 4
1 ChrIstensen ChrlstcnsenD Chrltlnsel 43343 4 3 3 4 3 4 3 8 5 I i 33G 31
D UNor Iecnro rnro rnroIavlson 23444 2 3 4 4 4 24 2 4 4 3 43 433S3I I
Iavlson IavlsonHill Jalswn 43342 4 3 3 4 i 4 4 4 3S3I 3 331
Hill HillWooJtill 111 24342 2 4 3 4 2 43 4 3 4 4 333 831 3
WooJtill WooJtillIlroekbank WooJnl oodnli 44342 4 4 3 4 2 34 3 4 2 333
IlroekbankMoore Hrlcklilnk Ilroekbank 32423 3 2 4 2 3 33 3 3 4 4 31 43 4 4ore
Moore MooreShlllck ore 0 3425 3 4 2 i 5 4 4 3 4 3 3U 3J
Shlllck ShlllckD Ihlck 14230 4 2 3 0 33 3 3 4 3531 3
D DLhkes Kikes KikesSmith 33444 3 33444043O 3 4 4 4 04 0 4 3 0 S30 O
Smith SmithWall Atlth 33243 3 43043 30 043 1 42J 42JJ G l2ehl
Wall Wallllrown WI ehl 34344 3 4 3 4 4 2 4 3 3 OM 0
llrown llrownCartwrlcht 30334 3 0 3 4 4 4 4 0 3SJ
Cartwrlcht CartwrlchtHailing 43340 4 3 3 4 0 523 5 2 2 zs
Hailing HailingMorris 10tlnF 44303 4 4 0 03 3 253 2 I 3 2 223 2i 2
Morris MorrisHobcrts 23234 23 2 32 3 4 222 2 22 2 4 327
Hobcrts HobcrtsKelson Hobertl 03633 0 3 6 3 3 4 4 102226 0 2 2G
Nelson KelsonMartin NIIJI 40434 404 4 0 4 3 4 304 3040426 3 0 0 426
Martin ftltn 03334 03 03334303024 3 305 053 3024 3024Itncc U
Datos 00434 0 00434332222j 00434332222jItaces 0 4 CI 332 3 2ZJ 2ZJHaecl
Itncc Haecl at Caldrrd CaldrrdThe Clhlrr ClhlrrThe CsthhersTue
The program and Inll entry blanks of the
Decoration Decorton Day races nt Calders o Pork
n Callers
were to be b distributed Ilstrlbuted today tOlla Seven
event celt four harness hCrneI and nnt three run
nlnif races rleu commutes conelutes the afternoon Itterlon
program The biggest hlKgelt pur purse Ure e offered orteref for
any of the harness harnes events Is I 120 200 The
purees pUN and numbers number are lre as 1 follows rolo
2JO clan trot and pace llOOi 100 25
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class trot trt and pace HOO nOj Z25 class cIa
trot t ot and pace pact 200 oj named nameti race half ha1
mile Ile hontu hott Wc Ur JlKKitojjether with withtinoil withthllt sitlmtitles
titles thllt running races rcosdlotance dlatniicu di tamuCe or pursim pursimnot Ilur hturoushot ut utnol
not spsollled Ipeollod IpeollodChalo speoliledChange i iCIiniiBO
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On Bnttirday Saurday ovcnlni Claud Claud WllllamH WllllamHwho Wllnms Wllnmswho Williamsihio
who 1ms his been heol Interested Iltereslel venlli In the 1 Hnl Itnil Itnilways nil nilways
ways 8 baseball club with Jimmy CM Clip ClipllllKer ili iliitiligor p pplriBor
plriBor In bAseblJ tranafeied Irlnsfeled his j Intarcsl > J arcata to W WI V VII VIt
II llllKer I West who 110 with Ilth Cllpplnger CIlllngr will willnow 1 ill illfloW
now nu constitute the management of the theThe thl theclub
clUb clUbho The ho reason r < IHon for the lie chnriRo chanJ1 la It that thatMr thlt thltMr thtttMr
Mr Williams business blslmsH s prevent him himfrom himfrom hilutitoni
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Detroit Delrol 10 Cleveland 3 3TODAYU 3fODAi3 I
TODAYU GAMES GAMESUaltlmore OAtS OAtSBnltlmoro GAMESBaltimore
Baltimore at Philadelphia PhiladelphiaHoston Phlludelphla10ltol PhiladelphiaBoidon
Hoston 10ltol at Washington WashingtonChicago WashlngtollChlClgo WashingtomtChicago
Chicago ChlClgo at Milwaukee MilwaukeeCleveland MilwaukeeCleveland IIaukee IIaukeeClevclRld
Cleveland ClevclRld at Detroit DetroitDetroit Delrol Delrolltrll Iotroltlhtrnlt
Detroit ltrll 0 11 Clnvclnnd Clmellnll ClmellnllDetroi it itDetroit 8Detroit
Detroit Detroi lIch May a 5 5Scolt Scott was wn hit
freely tr > el throughout the game galo and also alsofielded Ilso Ilsoflullel tunafolded
fielded flullel his position Ilo 1lon miserably mlserlI while whileSlevcr whie whieSlevor whileSiever
Slevcr allowed allowct Cleveland CIvICl but three tht hits
In the first frst seven Innings Innlls In the eighth
double < by b Ycager 1eutl and Scott and nl1 eihth sn snglcs sImmgies
glcs Ies by b Pickering 1lckarln and IInt McCarthy cCarth gave
Cleveland their only olly run The fielding fleldlngof leldlng leldlngof
of Barrett Dalrul and al Pickering was a feature featuresconu teatureSCOnE featureSCOIUC
SCOnE
it H I r rDetroit 1 1Detrnlt IDetroit
Detroit 10 13 0 i iClovElunl
Cleveland ClovElunl 3 9 3 3IntprltsHleer 3IlatteriesSiever
Batteries IntprltsHleer IlatteriesSiever Slcver and Iluelowj Scott Scottnnd Scottant Scottnntl
nnd ant Ycugur YcugurMilwaukee Yen YengeritilivauikeeihCiiriugt gel gel1Ulkl ant
Milwaukee itilivauikeeihCiiriugt 1Ulkl iil 11 Chicago n 7 7Milwaukee iwaulee 7Milwaukee
Milwaukee waulee May n 5 5The The home team of oftho oftlo ofthe
the tlo American league fell tel on Patterson Pattersontoday Paterson Patersontoll Pattersontoday
today toll to the extent eXtnt of twentyfive tWellt f hits hitswith his hislh hiltswIth
with lh u total of thirtysix luges hlel Hunt
liiK III was wild wlll and all was Wil replace by
Heldy Helll In tho fourth who pitched good I
plchel
bali bnl allowing nlolnl them but ut few hits his Inol The Thefielding fheleldln rhotielding
fielding leldln of Gilbert Gibert and McKarland was wasfeatureless 1 I Iteatureless
featureless Griffith Orlith was 1 ordered off offthe offthe offthe
the ground by h Umpire Connelly Connoly olortt for fordisputing torIlspuUnl forthisputhn
disputing IlspuUnl the lnttor Inters SCORE decisions dsolslonsSCORE d80lslonsSCORE decisionsSCORE
u ii E Ellaulee E1ilwauiee
Milwaukee llaulee 21 1 23 1 1Chicago 1Chen
Chicago Chen go 7 3 j jDnterlesUuntnl 7Datteneshiunttng
DatterlesHuntlng DnterlesUuntnl Ueldy nllll nnd Con Connor Connor Connor ¬
nor Patterson Il Herson and Sullivan 8ullvln
1IIhllJ IlnhtmltIhthIig nl or I DolViuIcr HImller HImllerrlstol JcfmttlerBristol DolViuIcrIlrlstol
Bristol II I I May II GA1I 6AI arrange arrangemerits arngc arngctents arrangeflouts
merits tents have hl1o been made at the Hprres Hprresohoffs prNs
holts yards for the launching
of the thefonetltutlon th thon theonstitutlon
fonetltutlon on tuton tomorrow tororro afternoon IflfOn
Tho yacht Ii I In complete readiness readinessIlutler readinessHutler
Ilutler Duncan and his hlJ party 11nft will wil IIP IIPadmitted h hadmltl headmItted
admitted admltl Into the shop but according accordingto accorlln accorllnto
to the present l1lsent plans thu Herresehoft Herresehoftplant Herreschot Herreechuttlllnnt
plant 1ant will wi bo closed clo91r to sightseer lghlHeel The Thowater Thewlter Thelsater
water wlter Is the HIp only on place from trll which the
launching will wi be b visible Ialbl and nli boats bts
launches and rafts rnf are In rendlnegp rendlnegpThe readinessThe
The Constitution Consttution will wi bo lowered lowere Into Intotho Intothl intothe
the thl water ller slowly and gradually frlllualh under undercontrol unllprcontrl ummudercontrol
control contrl of a windlass 1 ni 1 From the time timethe tlmpthp timethe
the bottle hotle of wine Is broken brol < en on her bow bowuntil Jowunt bowuntil
until unt she Is ntlont nloll probably twenty twentyminutes twentyminutes
minutes Inut will wi elapse IIR In that Interval Intervalby InlInl InlInlh
by h means menn of foarchllghts P0lhlhhtl and flash flashlights Jlsh JlshIlhtl hashlights ¬
lights Ilhtl Jealously JnloIR rnarded IICnlc1 secrets lfret of her herhull herhul herhuh
hull hul will 11 be observed ohsefod by a I hundred hundredeagor hltlrc1 hltlrc1PRor huntlreleager
eager eyes nnd many mnn n camera crer will willrecord wi wihirecord
record the water the graceful fracctul yacht on Its IB way to tothe tothe tothe
The Datrt Fixed Fixedlondon FIII FIIIn litetlLondon
london n 1on < May In C GTho Tho OxfordCnm OxfordCnmbrldge OdoI1am OdoI1ambrlll OxfordCambridge
bridge brlll committee cnmmlte received rCII 11 on 01 Saturday I Itho
the official reply nf tt thn n rvardYale HIfrmlYlle HIfrmlYlleColnmlter hIrvartlYnieernamittee rvardYalecommittee
committee Colnmlter fixing Ixln Scutombcr 21 ns al the thedate tht thedate
date R II fort hn International Interultonl game to be beheld boheht bebelt
held on Ilerkley Oval Now York YorkTurvlllrH Yorkfnrlh Yorkrmiriliis
TurvlllrH fnrlh Itoocinl Ilur1 llrokrn llrokrnPacinmento Irokrl lhrokriiSacramento
Sacramento fnCramlnto fuf tih I May i1 I y S I At thr thrVlwHlrome thrYIIClroc th thYleoirnmae
VlwHlrome YIIClroc races rIC this qdernoon lnrnon Ilpl 1 rtii rtiiend > 11 11nnd
nnd Ston < on al n motorcycle ni lorcCt lowered loweredthe oeredthe oweredlie
the world worhll record tlON for five miles mies on an nnfightlap anIlghttlp aneightlap
fightlap Ilghttlp track crck by b making the dls dlstanco dil dhslance
lance IIe In 723 7 Thu 1 former record wa was wasfO
740 fO 58 made tnlp on the same Inl recr truck trck by bytho byIh bytue
tho Ih Turvllle Turle brothers two weeks weekI 111 111Prior agn agnPrior go goPrior
Prior to that performance Ilrtonnneo th the rei retied retiedwas rd rdwas
was wal 74S 14gChlrn 7ISChsiuhiemigers rr1
Chlrn Chsiuhiemigers cr s GKil GnOI Showing ShowingLnmlon AhuwhlJ ShinvhigLondon
London Inion May G 0A A yachting nehlnl corre correspondent core coreIpondnt enrreupontlent ¬
spondent rf the Times after
Ipondnt c thl nUe aMertlng uI > rUt
that thlt Saturdays SRturdR1 trial justifies JlstlCI tho hl hhh hhholllnlonH highopinions h hopinions
opinions already nirtll exprefSKl about the thechallenger tht tlechallenger j
challenger chlcn > r comments cmmentH on the nbscme nbscmeof
of resistance reRltanCI anti imysi imysifhe pa11hp aysmihc
fhe hp makes mak s n t deal 1111 of fuss fUl on the sur ¬
face tlC but there Is no drag dml underneath underneathShe underneath
She Bhtlklnl skims along more sweetly l ely and with wIh
lees lePI apparent nplnrenl resistance rul8 nnce than thfn any nn other otheryacht otherneht otheryacht
yacht we WI have hlt yet t built butt on this side sideof 11I1eot sideof
of thl the Atlantic AtlanticBo Atantc Atantcfo
Bo fo St far as a a could coul1 be judged the
s seemed m d to hold a remarkably
I rood wind
and aul to tl start stat quickly rmarkhl away RWO In FoJ the light
ont of ° hreuus reM In c lnatlnfr tho lght value valuei valuenU8t
IUratng valul
of the trials rlnl I it must lust bo b kept In mint
that the i
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show Ihow to the best advantage fhe woull
The manner rlnner In which she he Justified
high exmctHtlons IXIJclRlolM augurs well justnel how howprformn
Clr C for hr prformn performances ce u under r other otherREADINGJHE othcl
lonltonH lonltonHEADING COflthltloiit4
READINGJHE EADING THE HAND HANDProfessor HANDProfesor H AN ANProfessor
Professor Profesor Sterling Sterlng hns already nlrenr read
1111
lie tll palms pnlns of a number of IwulmK MN cit
IzenM A number ntmber of lint wm bo I
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IFhrcl day dlY t day da Out of thin thinPALMER thll
list th hI
Ist fOIIIlng oliliving have heen selected
for todls todays IS8ue IS8uerormerly ioUei ioUePALMER
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PALMER HOUSE HOUSEPormerly 1IOUSPormnorhy
Pormerly the SI Janiu J llloll Hotel 325 South Main MainSlrtd MciiiStrteL lln llnSirttl
Slrtd near Third Tird South St StTHE Str StEO1E8OI1
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THE TiE liE CCLLURATED CrltBRATD PALMIST Pl IIST AND ASDISKIIOLOGISr ANDISCIOLGIST MDISCti0tOGlST
ISKIIOLOGISr ISKIIOLOGISrwho ISCIOLGIST ISCIOLGISTwho
who Ii now In the city ef and la recoft recoftnkud
nkud nl d by prew I > reff and 8111 alit public everywhere eeywhere reol
JUbll
All 1 are plcu pleased d and delighted d llhtet with wih his hisreadings hisreadhlg hisreadings
readings Multitude ltllUll visit vt lt his hii parlors
dally dal and Int are happy hIII Palmistry lRhnlslry Is an anexact ni illexact
exact ffcUnce IcC and Int It I excites xctls the thl won woniUr Wonilor OI
iUr dil and RIII admlratlmi 1IIIIratlI of the molt 10lt Bkep ke
thai tcnl Profesior 1Iofeuor Sterling can 1 he eon eonsuited COl cotistlhtetl
suited ulEII on all 11 matters mltlrs pertaining plrtallllc to tho thowelfuro thowelrl liiiwelfare
welfare welrl r of the thl lie human hUIAn rac tRCI Your 1011
hands i rlYeal meveal veal all al question questonl of life e per pertuliilng Iertuhllnl iCC iCCtilliming
tuliilng tuhllnl to limning ulcknetii tc < nel death deathchanges ticathichianes
changes dlnl s tr t trne I divorces lvorcl ncimratlons
Inwiulti 11 ha ult business bUIIMI trnnnHctlons trn Metlollwl1 IplArltons wlllu
deals mortgages lortlagts loot or absent
friends mining mtnlrl ventures enture e etc Consult Con ult
Professor JlrotGl or Sterling Sterllg He Ii ncknowledg ncknowllg
od the tll greatest rltlst living Ilvlnl authority nuthorl on onpslmlitry onplltnltr onpalmistry
palmistry plltnltr and In all ni lili hi work 1 is done In Inmanuscript In1181Ulrrlrlt iniIuanuacriIit
manuscript 1181Ulrrlrlt form and ull In strictly conn
denllal denllalOlllce dfnllal den hal haltIilCs strlot
Olllce Olcp hours are ar 10 a m I to t 9 p m mllnly
dally llnly and nlil Sundays SundaysPnlmlstiy SlndlIS SlndlISIllmlstl StnditcIslnuietmy
Pnlmlstiy has 111 been rodttwd rotetlt to a asclent n ascience
science Icenr e cud Rn following rolowlnr are name of the theresults thorflull ho horeeuin
results rflull obtained by II Irofeswr IroeSlr Sterling
of well wel known knowl persons perln In this thl Sterlng city cityJ el
J 1 A FAUST FAUSTClerk P FtUSTherk t8T t8TC1prk
Clerk C1prk In II Treasurers Trlaurts Ofllce OfllceYour Otel OtelYour 0111ccYour
Your Idea exert exer forte CnJe powerfully IJolorfuly
upon men Iltn nnd atll women WOIfn who are not notordinarily notordinarI notorditmarily
ordinarily ordinarI considered eonlllelel thoughtful thoughtfulJ thullhtul thullhtulJ
J 1 H J PATRICK PATRICKDeputy ITICIC PATItICICDeputy
Deputy County Treasurer TreasurerVlth TreasurerWith rasurn rasurnWih
Wih With force forU of the right kind klll arid hl In Invincible Invincible ¬
vincible determination determinaton and Inl BtWng res resolutions resollons yesohiitions ¬
olutions ollons you 01 will wil succeed succeedB Rucceet
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State Stutl Land Lnll Office OfficeYou Olce 0111ccYou
You 0 can solve loia n problem with ease on SO It Itno itno
no 10 one dictates 11etltea to you YOI and nlll allows 11011 you youto youto ou outo
to have your our own OWI war warJ Ia IaJ
J 7 E LYNCH LYNCHDeputy IYSCI IYNCILDeputy
Deputy DIPut County Treasurer TreasurerYour TreasurerYour TreasurerYour
Your nuisult pUIIUI of happiness Is natural naturalreasonable nturl nturlrellllble naturalreasonable
reasonable rellllble nnd ntl proper You Youlre me how however howocr however ¬
ever very hilarious hlliriols at times timesJ
J U ULDIinnOB IPB OI Jr JrDeputy JrDeputy r rDeput
Deputy County Count Clerk Clerkof
of politics IIollc8 And 11 you ou will 1 have many manyof mlln mllnof
of politics IJoltlc8 And 111 itt1 you ou will wi have hlo cany canycaree cnn cnncre conycares
cares cre also ailo tha selfreliance selrelance you ou have havewill hlYOwi haveviil
will wi be your oUr guiding tldllC stir stirMISS 81 stirMISS
MISS S8 J 1 0 WOOD WOODDeputy WOOPDlput WOODDeputy
Deputy County Audlter AudlterYou tuditerou u ler
You 01 ou have Influence learning and nndlovo andlove
love ulnrlty ulnrl tilrirht of > art and ad you OU will 1 rise tlo to pop populnrlty pp ppulnrl poptilrirht
0 I CHASE CHASEPolice OIASI OIASIPolee CIJASICPolice
Police Polee OIHcer OIHcerPoverty Otnrerlovort OlfleerPoverty
Poverty lovort will wil not 10t be your our fate You Youare Youare YOuare
are sincere 8111er and 1111 you ou have a strong slrDn men mental mental mental ¬
tal development developmentPalmer dCelol1IeH dCelol1IeHPalmer developirientPalmer
Palmer Home formerly St James Jnres
325 3 1 South Main street Room Ioom 6 6CHANGES 6CIAIO 6CIIAItOES
CHANGES CIAIO S Me and JlOO JlOOProf 10 100Prof
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