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DESEHET EVENING NEWS WS TUESDAY JOTE 4 1901
CL 1RAiIUMBY 1RAiIUMBYES1ERN RATlON BY I IWSTERN
ASTERN MINE MINEtaisi MINERS MINERST
to Protect Tl Tlill Tholr TholrSlse t tJ teightS
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f pent1 r Miners very nei neivl lIenrly lIenrlyf fl flLL
J LL i n nlir I iviKof 1 1 k > ot the theI present i iil se9 se9II
f lir lr I vl IIlr 11 11lill il 1 is ixpected to adirue adjo adjovl ndjourn ndjournt
lill nH nHft t j < vl The day Y was Wa lax larijisuibslon larguh larguht laxLY
+ t ft 11 LY t L th jisuibslon III dltislon and andI adopi adopii adoption adoptiontj
tj I 11 Tin resulUtloflRLU resolutions adoi adoilib Ildopted
Z 1 I I i Iutl LU Western Labor ur urf union unionl U UJ
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1 In 1 u taJr IJr 1 miUBiy U81Y The TheL rwohui rwohuij rsolnllons
1 ar L vtCI ted n j its ts report which whichpr lilcU lilcUC Will Willmilt <
C em milt 1I1 1I1em pramlJle amble of the re rethe reei reeithe rusolu rusolua rusolunwns
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th < enormous expense expenseihary expeixstx
x Inl a establishment r linpoi linpoitS 11I110ses 11I110sesg irnpce
e g tS ihary ary luceis JUIcrS of tho nation w witual who whouai
t th ° V itual tui uai taxpayers we kn kntotirMl Iwow Iwowm kim
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organized labor labortpr evoi evoil ecry ecryI
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tpr fi 111I l tho thoPIal
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graduated duated tax be levied leviedIr on onIr
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aundztt II > th the Ii first step necessary necessaryrnfiMve necessaryfre neceHsarto neceHsartorufre
rnfiMve fre Illative le i lative reform and there thettit thereI thedtfl1
tit I demand the Initiative and reer reerP refore reforef n nrJ
f rJ jj in 1 Hi t o maXlnt of all 01 laws nation natloi nationIte atic aticrte
i rate and muniiipal muniiipalIT
IT 1 btlluve brII bf lk the members of our ourjP o ofirt or orprtin
firt prtin jP n fhuUlJ hU1 < be a as a unit inr In i ithat all allr
r iTI ii that aftrt urrt t their Interest Intcreire
i t re ie 1 would suggest SUS1 cst that thatI i if all allr
f I i a t and economic questions questionsQ bo bouScd
Q UNIMiiily uScd US1 1 rld at alt a1 meetingsai meetings ot otI
ai I unions unt xs and that an aggressl aggresslI ngresslerjir
I rjir i r of organization along these lln llnt lines linest
t > parnet p rucd und nd realize from pa pafir past pastufrne ixuclen
fir ufrne lene 5 that It Is not so much muchi tl tli tho thoi
i i 1 iples Ipl s you oU advocate ns the nv nva men menJ inJ
J fie iet t to nat Into laws aws cxecu cxecutl execute executeIntPrprd oxeciI
tl I Interpret ntPrpr t tin1 th same Knowing thl thli this
i I > 1 jJ 11ns i Insist t on the local unions n ng lie lieI i iI
I g is n > i i rim in their own ran ranr rankll ranklln
n m er r p pshlc siMe to fill these pos posTb posl poslt pot
t 9 9T I ITh
Tb T re rFn natlnn atIn ot all public land landS to toI
I 8 < M I i < uemandcd ns Is all allrftu also alsor alr
rftu r nI r i n nf f the Chinese exchnlrcod exch exclur cxcir
r T 11 V I nlrcod nlr rl rd od as to Include r ri nil nilA i iA
A ra rat
1 ra t 4 i ih Ii i 1 d I t ti > engage an edit editor editorh editS
S h c cr I i raJlr atier Per of the fedcratlc fedcratlculrlng Cederatlonrd
r rd d 1 f ft fV fI1 ulrlng the work of tl thu thun
t 1 1 pr prsellt prselltLabol > sent scntn
q V n Labor union spent tl tlproposed 11T the theI
I1 I T in inflirt n r it1f tg proposed changes changesIUtrn I IThey III IIIjIUllon
jIUllon IUtrn They The aro all of ofJ u utIrr
tIrr J r rnatun rnatunAMIIUCAN natallunmrMi flatL1nitM
AMIIUCAN tM tMQDetlon LOCOJ1OT1VUS LOCOJ1OT1VUSnestlon IjnCO IOTlI S Sttlon
nestlon of Their T ThiIr1IllcIency Kfliclcnoy wnch no Dhcussed Dh Dillen5 Dicnssed
cussed en5 CII I In a tho t ii o toiiiinoiiN toiiiinoiiNlinili cni 1111I11I111111Vrodln 111111 s sT
linili Vrodln T m n nr Jui Ju 3 3Slr Slr Alfred AlfredI JIlek JIlekr hid hidI
r i i in I lr rodent ldpnt of the Brills Brillsaso DrltlahIr lirithTi
Ir n Tri TrJ Ti aso j lutlon ImH replied t tof to toth I IL
Iih th L r rt rT r of Lord George Ilaml Ilamlj
t < n r j 1 nf < f state for India t to toLIIr I II
flirt LIIr I ft 1 Mi t il K In the house of coin coini
r 53 3 11 11II i j merlcanbullt loconu loconuI
C nr t Jhs U s lie quoteR from th thf ti tir the
r t rurmah Hallway com coliI
I ff I I first half of 1MO U < OO to shoi shoiin hoW hoWt ho hol
t At A in 11 ICKomotlves used o oii on onIh aI
II Ih 1M I ii birr1 IP r d 1 31 5 per cent more fu fuI tuel tuelr f fmile
1 r tain I a fir firVfl r f I arh t ii mile and 235 23 mot motf
0 Vfl f f f r jjjpjj mile than jjfUjgJ jjfUjgJt rltlsh rltlshIFS
t lo iiji 2 IFS and he declares thn
1 v a i ir IflS IH alluded to by Lorre Lor Lorvro Lord
1
JLlt a vro 1 I rc made In tho tender tenderFJ
t FJ F fa ti t enable the carylng c ce ot ote tS
e f After inquiry why cor cori
t i ttrrI1 p ttri rh r tvP ir not been publlshei publlsheiMVS
MVS s Tir Tn Burmah railway oni onin
1 t n 1 n r > Ied to screen th thI the
iv ivA i I Ill II COSt COSttig costr
A r 111 < K Kri IllIg tig why wh It America Americai
h ri > t iJ i i is founded on supcrloarch superb suterlorrarlh superbI
J I r rVJ rarlh arch nnd technical edu edush CIIun
n l lSarr sh p makers should bo CUm ful fulim ull ullm
VJ m Americans to dcllvt dcllvtI1
j I1 any nn price he remarks remarksHit
Sarr Jrc Hit Is some evidence thaI tha thatr
r I Utslde the Indian rultwn rultwnr
1 r rl HIT 1 Ir r British engines am amiti nnl nnljh
r I and In reality cheapci cheapcic chlaperloromothe
jh 4 c iti I loromotlve engineer re reMI reoort relnirmah
ort MI I isurmah railway thnt th thiv the the1rr1 Uiany
1rr1 Irl any 1I1Il1s or wear anll an anrrth
0 1lfth and cheapness chell nosa in th thr the theI
I I r rt true economy economyt
I tcs tl Egyptian railway re rem reI toV
t V I 1 J April 16 1901 as lIalng lIalngITI saylnf
m fl locomotives take 4 pe per perII PCI
f r ti 1 and 25 per cent mont mon morean inotaa
I II an t British This Sir Alfrei AlfreiI AlfreiJJTT
r
r clely 1 ely proes bal work worklnnR worklfln
I
l iiitlrms lfln that tho great reat ad ndh adcontinental
h I continental And Ament Amen Amerlurcra merlr
r
r 1 urcra over British manu manudue manuJ
J t I due to what hnt practically practlcalli
I i xport bounties adding addingv
Th 4 v r van on engineer has ha a 1 prowhirli pro proII >
II j 1 i whlrh enables him t tr to toL tus <
L 1 r iiUS ius profits at homo homeE am ams amI amIl
l t E i nt a loss abroad still get getFa
1 a Fa F U riltJr tory return on his ii capl caplriture caplf1
f1 1 riture to assert au crt with con coni confli
1 i r I fli < i but for the 37 per ccnl ccnlould COlltMil cciiiTn
J hoUld ould sell more engines Irhan Ir Inl11 Iithan
Mil
I Tn l11 han 1 an the Americana end eendnc cendi endJ
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tI nc i the th 0 doktles viaduct In Inir Int Jrr
t JJTT JJTTrk r 11 lll Ilr ir r Alfred Altl says Lord Lordnmllton LordJ LordJiltintiton
J rJh Hllmllton nmllton refuses to Rive te Mr Mrn 3Itl 3ItOpportunity Ilrt
t 1 i ln n opportunity to prove his hisabout hisrk hlr
l r about the bad Americanne American Amerlrnnbob
rk rkJ rkttA ne assurance a of gentlemen gentlemena gentlemetiProved
th bob ttA ttAtits All a P 1 Proved lro > 1 their partiality to toTiff totits tcles
tits J Tiff ian an bridge building compn compnhowine compnlowing
7 lowing them In advance the
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r In building buildingBoys buildIng1I0ys buildinghioya
Boys Simla Simlatho 8hO1Ij
5 tho llrst IIr t thin thinyou thing
1 you 01 want ant U Ugood i t tooll
j 4 good ooll leather leatherThen I a ther therfhen
1 Then you want wantthem wantI ant
1 them well 011 putr put puttogether P ut uttUJetl1er
r togetherWeve together tUJetl1erWoC tugetunJ
I J Weve found t und thai thaiwith thlltwith thaiJ
J with no noto Hcams Hcamsto Ic ml mlto
to rip IH the thebsst thl1l th thlSt
hut way wayHobinsons wa waHolJllIson waytobinsons
l Hobinsons softmlaos softmlaosphoiH pOlUnlassfhotR ointasI
I phoiH lioq for boya boya12t lJO 8
12t 1 per pair and up upi upT upROBINSON
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SHOE UUILDEHS UILDt S 124Maln 24M lnSt lnStHKHWMWWHHXWK St StI SIPriVRte
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+ HKHWMWWHHXWK HKHWMWWHHXWKprivate HH + I + HHI + I + + IH I IJrlmto
private estimates for the project projectbridge projectll projectllIJrld80 vroiedtbridgo
bridge over the th Irrawaddy and wh whby who whoh WIby
by h every shift and contrivance ha haendeavored hnve hnveendellvorell haendeavored
endeavored to stave off the publlcitlon publlci Iltlhllcltlon ptihliclion
tlon of the reports of their own eit eitfleets ens ensnecrs ongl onglneorR
fleets necrsSir fleetsSit
Sir Alfreds long lon arraignment eQcIuds con coicludew conclulpll
cludew with lth a request for tho nppoln nppolninent appointment nppolnfluent
fluent of a II committee to Invcstlgatho Invcstlga Invctltlgttetho
tho subject subjectMAXUFACTUUIXO HubjecI
MAXUFACTUUIXO I UJOIU flTATISTICS flTATISTICSCcneiiN 81fI81IOSOcnsnH SVXFISTIC8Cetisti
CcneiiN Ilcpiirt on uulttosn Tliosn IU of if Arlzon Arlzonmill itilzotiltili 11111111111I111
mill New NewWashington Xu Iexhw IexhwWashington 1CIiWnshington
Washington June 3 3A A prclltnlnai prclltnlnaireport IJrulllnlnarrellort iretltnlnalreport
report on the manufacturing Indus hiilittries IndutrloH IndustrleH
tries of the teiTUurlos of Arizona ur urNow IIntl IIntlXel axetv
tl tlcensus thl thlcensus 11census
Now etv Mexico was announced by
census bureau today todayIt
It shows for Arizona Sll 11 oslabllil oslabllilmentB Oitablllhments otnblIslments
ments with a I combined cpltal of flO flO16TOOij 10 10167f0 L LI7JO
16TOOij an average 111 III go of 336S wageeitri wageeitriirs
irs total Waves JJM0065 mUcellai mUcellaioous Inlsctpllaneous
oous expenses U 433272 72 cost of mi miterloU 1110terlnla mioriuta
terloU 8461110 value of products Ii Iieluding III IIIchllllnlf iihttIIlng
eluding custom < 150111 work and repnlrlni repuirin213i1S
12131011 These llgure lgUI for 1900 Ii Iinlude iiItide In IncIullo
nlude nine ovtabllshmtmls engaged enngedoppr I Iopper In Inopplr
opper smelting and rollntns not niorted it itported 1 1portd
ported In 1SSO with n capital of J7285 i2G i2Gl9 726i
l9 0 i and 109 wageearners 51U8C7 51U8C7total I8G1otni 128G73totnl
total wages 200048 lulficelluneous csfiences cs exJon e elenses
lenses Jon es J30684 3Ot coat co t of materials mn terlalH an172S0517 an Bnd Bnd172G
17250517 172G I7 value of products Thertvcre Ther rhelliJwere fixetetC
were etC seventyMix ostabllshmentn In 19vitli IS ISivlth 1890 1890with
with 010 616629 C29 capital 45S 4 S wageearner wageearnervlth
with aggregate wages wu es of J802UI1 Thmlue Th 1hlalue IIinifle
mlue of products wno 91757 91757Thu 911517flie li5I7Ihe
Thu figures for New Mexico sho show
20 establishments against 127 In 1X91 1X91Capital tH90apltlll 19apital
Capital 2C 2698786 S78C average wngecurn wngecurnin
in 2000 total wages JUoOOSG 13i O68G mis misellttneous mlMfl tnl tnlellunpouS
fl ellttneous > expenses 201327 cost o onaleilalH ot otmaterlalll cintenials
naleilalH 2914138 value llul of pioductiDeluding pioducti ptodnctHIncluding pioduetiicluding
Deluding custom work and repairing repairingi5C0379 relnlrlng6C057 repaIr1n5CO379
i5C0379 i5C0379JNIVERSITY 5CO379JUIVEBSITYOF G GUrnVERSITY
JNIVERSITY JUIVEBSITYOF OF CHICAGO CHICAGOCelebrale CHICAGOWill
Will jU Celebrale Its Tenlh Anniversary In the thiGrandest theUrandcsi thGrandest
Grandest Manner Manneror
Ior or Ilvo lnj Un There Mill 111 lif n Sue Suecculon Sitecesiloil Snrfculoll
cculon ol Oratorical Theatrical Theatricalund Jh lIlrlellt lIlrlellt1111I1
und Athletic A th lello lixercliei lixerclieiChicago I ExerciesChicago crrhu crrhuChIcago
Chicago Juno 4The University ol olhlcngo or orChlcl1go o oPlengo
hlcngo will celebrate Its tenth annlvcr annlvcrnry annlersarI
sarI during tho convocation week be beInning berlnnlng beInning
Inning June 14 For l or live days u suc sueesslon succession sucssion
cession of exercises oratorical ora torlcul thea thearlcal theatrical theateat
teat and athletic will occupy the at atjntlon attentlon atntioti
jntlon of the student professois Ilrote sors am amuiteea andustees and nnlltrunces
uiteea ofthe oC the Institution Cornorstoiies Cornorstoiiesf
at f six buildings will be laid and the theccaalon thooccllslon tincaston
ccaalon will 11 be made notable by b the theicsence thepresence thesence
presence of several university presl preslents presldents presiilits
dents ents nnd men of renown In the edu eduatlonal cducaUonnl edUtional
atlonal world worldThe worldlhe worldthe
The crowning event of the week will wille willlJe sviilthe
lJe e the convocation address by h the themndcr thefllunller tliunder
under John D Itockcfeller who will willbe willthe lll llle
be e the guest of the university during duringie duringthe luriniC
the ie C celebration The nOw nO school of cdu cduatlon oducllon edutton
atlon formerly the th Chicago Institute InatltuieIII
with fitting exercises on onie ontho onC
will III be opened
tho ie C ground donated by Mrs lr8 J V 5 Scam Scamion SCllmmon
educational con conirunces contelences contences
mon ion nnd a series of
telences irunces will iil be held at which cJucat cJucatr
will be beresent beesent bepresent
orH r 8 of International prominence
present presentAmong resent resentAmong esentAmong
Among those from out ou t of town who whowill whoIi
will 111 Ii deliver addresses during the cele cclerutlon celebrutlon celeation
rutlon are John IX I Hockefeller H HlurcuH varcus v varcus
arcus Dods Edlnburg Scotlandresident Scotland ScotlanlljPresIdent Scotlandesldent
resident I 12 Benjamin Andrews of the theDiversity theUnlerslty theiiversity
Diversity of Nebraska Nlbrn ka President Presidentheeler PresidentheeJer lresidentPeeler
heeler of the tll tnlvcislty of Callfor CtiiIorIiesident Callfora
ilIa a Piesldent llesl ent George McLean of the thenlverslty the1nlerHlty theilversity
nlverslty of Iowa President Ile hlent Chas F Fliwlng FThwing Fiwing
liwlng Western estern lieserve university universityrof unherRltj1rot
1rot rof M 1 Butler of Columbia nlver nlverty nlvery lllersit
sit ty y J H Van lIn HolT Berlin Prof 1rotI B BOlldersleeve IL ILGildereleeve
I Olldersleeve of Johns Hopkins mil milrslly unllrslty tinirsity
rslly Prof George O < orN L I Klttiodge of ofnrvnrd otlIarlIrll ofirvard
nrvnrd university and Maxlme Yes Vovcnsky Yesnsky 0 0nlensky
cnsky of St Petersburg
nlllllstrullfl train Fire FireTJS lintLos Ire IreTosl1nnos
Los Tosl1nnos llanos Cnl June 4A 4 A dlsaatrou tilsastroitgrain dlsaatrougrain dl a9trolt a9troltrrlln
grain the Is raging In the valleys o othe of ofthe ahe
the he foot hills about Is 1 miles mil southwes southwesof
Ii Iicarrying 19 19rarnlng I Icarrying
of Los llanos A high west wind
carrying the fire lapldly 11111 < 11 southeaster soutiieasten1toward southeastertoward southeastertownrd
toward the plains The rb flames probab probably
Iy have destroyed 29001 acres IItr < s of graliand grailand grain grainnnl
and feed nt this time timeW tunePM
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I Invited to consult consultDoctor consultDoctor conu1tDoctor
Doctor Pierce bv bvletter b blelter byletter
letter free All Allwomanly AllwODunly Allt
t womanly confi confidence confideuce confii ¬
I deuce held in insacred IIIj insacred
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and guarded by bystrict bystrict byI
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t btnlei < ltlu of F puorlte puorlterrflcrlpllon Pavoniter Torite Toritetr
L tr rrflcrlpllon e crlPllon1 And Andfour Int Intfour andv
r r four our of Inc Golden Ooldennow GolrcnJcdlral Goldenledlrat
v Jcdlral DftCOYff I Ipo Xflow
now po tel like I III if ifrtnn s su4fl
II u4fl rtnn I hare baetalned baetalnedeigMeen rained JllaedelMulI rainedI
I eighteen po pounds poulldDoctor poundsDoctor n nDoctor
Doctor PierCeS iHcrcesPleasant l PierCeSPleasant rce rcePleasant
Pleasant Pelletscure Pellets Pelletsjcure Pelletcure
jcure cure biltousnesf biltousnesfand biliousnesand
and sick headache head headaejie heactitbe
ache They lo tionot donot lonot
not create the pill pillhabit pilih3bit pillIxabiL
habit IxabiLI
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J JGIVEN
CONCESSIONS CONCESSIONSGIVEN OONOESS1ONSGIVEN
GIVEN 8 BY CHINESUnited ChiMES OHINESEUnited
United States Will Havo Substartially Substar Substantially SubstaUaIIy
tially the Same as Others OthersTO Othersro
TO BE SECURED BY TREAT TREATUnder 11HEA1YI i1tE1llstdcr
I
Under lhvlfliit 1nrorrilNnllan J1aorrll Nation Cluiil CluiilIlrllUli CIIIIIUlIrlllh ClaitIIrILIh
IlrllUli 1rupokiil lruIonllitr Sun Itllln J5IIIfIhi 1 1tile ItlllnIIID
tile Iiuloinnll IiuloinnllNow IlIdlIInllNo Iiideitn1tyNow
Now No York June 4 4A A special to tl tlHerald the the1I0rulll tiherald
Herald from Washington sny NtyiIConcessIons snyConcessions fflYConcollsI0l1S
Concessions granted by J China Chinaother t tother tn tnuthm
other nations In treaties to he negotl negotlat nejOttatill negotateti
at atill d as the concluding chapter of th thChinese thChlnele I IChinese
Chinese crisis will be enjoyed by th thUnited tho thollIltell tI tItiiited
United States under the most favorenation favore tavoredIlUtlon avert avertnatIon
nation clause to be Intuited la 11 th thconvention tllP tllPconvelltlon I IConvefition
convention this government will 111 pr prsent prll prllsent prisent
sent for signature It will JII Immedl Immedlately Inl1nedlatel initnedately
ately atel upon the settlement uf the thillndem thillndemnit Indem Indemnlty indetinity
nlty nit question consider the naturetreaties nature a atreaties ot ottrelltles
treaties It II s practically certain tha thathe tIalthe tiiithe
the powers will not be wlllln to negu negutlate lIegOtlate nogitiate
tlate n t single treaty trut with Clilnu Clilnuthough ChlmlthoulTh Chlnitiouh
though Identical treaties may maylJe b be draw dniwiup dMInlp drawlip
up lp Oltlclnls of the ndmlnlitrRtlon be bellevo bulIelo beilevo
llevo that the power will prefer 3reurnegotiate t tnegotiate tlJ tlJnllIOtll1tl <
negotiate tearnte treaties If till tillIs thlt thltIs thiIs
Is done different concesulonu will hi hidvmunded hl hldemunded Piemundetj
dvmunded This government propose proposeto
to it demand reasonable safeguard IAt olds fo foAmeiican toIttnetIean for formellcan
Ameiican interests but in order to In Insure 11 11lure inture
sure that the United States may no noBuffer nN nNlIutrcr no4ufer
Buffer In consequence of advantage advantageuUalneu ndlUltlllJJolallln niisantitgejLtaineu
uUalneu u by oilier go GOelnmlml11 eminent u eiaiiirili Ilauai Ilauaiwill CIIlIIIIO11I
will 11I be Pt Inserted In erloll providing IIovldlll that anjcuncesslaiis any anyconcellillonll an anonceselozie
cuncesslaiis granted to other nationvilt nation natlouiwill Jlatlol1liwilt
will be enjoyed by h the United StaleR SUiesU tutea tuteait
It Is J the Impression Im teston of o admlnlstratlor admlnlstratlorofficials IIdmlnlltlaUonomull1ll1 adminlatnatloifflCiUls
officials that the ministers In Pekli Pekliwill Piklllwill l5ekiiviii
will be oixlered by their Hovernmenti Hovernmentilo
lo 0 accept the HrltUh Proposals regard regardn renr renrIlig
Ilig n rig the method to be pursued In the he set setlliment lIttltmullt setIt
lliment It niunt of the Indemnity I ad eiii ii tt y dematul The TheDrltlsh IMlJrltlah h hinitish
Drltlsh pioposed prollole an Issue of bonds 1J0n I a aI lit alien
4 I per feI cent celt interest IlttIt each power Iotr to dls dlsjose 111 111ose
It tit of the bonds It ie ieelvtd isdyed
jose > as UI 5 paw R I l tho I 11 11In
dyed In payment of Its Itl share IhRr of the thendemnlty theIldimnl liiinLleInnity
Ildimnl ndemnlty It J Is practically flctlaly certain certainihnt certlln certllnthat certniiJul
that Jul t a proposition itJlOSt rop081ton I itili wi Si lll le lt agreed Hrler tciiohuliltitig to toirohlbltliiK to1IIohlbltlll
1IIohlbltlll irohlbltliiK Individual action u ton or seizure seizureif selzurlt
lt if r territory terrior In ease China should fail failo tal fl
to o pay ria Ia the th theiCi1l41i Inteiest InteiestIorilmy IliterlM IliterlMIClljlW
IClljlW iCi1l41i tACTitl4S tACTitl4Si CIHS CIHSElwlrtl
Elwlrtl i li ru Iorilmy Fis itits I I I II SlioolN Shult I 14 the I I IC Woiiuin WoiiuinHo Worlil i III U ii iiriVlitii
riVlitii hol Ho HoChicago 10 I I ri riChicago IHIIS IHIISChicago
Chicago June 3 3gJ111 3Id IJdward witnl Forshny Forshnyif
ot if f Kansas nn oM city Clt un ti actor and assistant assistantnnnuger ullatnntIn aasistnntnxntger
nnnuger > el of theatrical theatrial companies cnmplllle8 to tolight lonight toIglit
In II
light chut hlt and killed ltle Miss Kdna Kdnaitokes 1 1iiiaoRes lna lnaStokel
oRes an actress whose whol home Is at atktdnlln It ItHdnla atsdiiila
Hdnla ktdnlln Mo Io and with wih whom he was wasleeply wal was50p19 i
leeply In love Fonhay claIms clflml to have havenet hnlelet havelet
let net Miss IMM stakes In St Louis six years yearsgo yoarigo enrl enrlIIgo
IIgo go when they thp were both playing 11111111 nn nniiffneement 111 111llngemClt liiiigetgenetit
iiffneement The couple played In dlf diiient dlfcient 1mfcrent
llngemClt
cient dtlcs dtlel of If if thu tll country until Ult last lastall la8tfal lastiii
fal all wliin whll they the came l nc to Chicago andeeanxe and andiccame 11
became iccame members membes of the stock Itoek company compnnilaylng COIIJ COIIJplalnl companylaying >
laying at tho Victoria lctolll theater theaterForshay tluter theutorFoislxay
plalnl Forshay 0 ISIHH originally ollllnly Intended Inteldell to tak takil talhil ta1is
hil il is life Ifl after nCel killing kiing the woman for fovpon forton fol folupon
upon ton his person when he was arrested arrestedwe IUlestcdwere
we letters leters bidding farewell fnrel to his hisuother hismother histether
mother In Kansas lnlls City Ciy and another anothero nlothor nlothorto
to o I Chief of Police Polc ONeill ON l of this city cityThe cty ctyThe cityTue
The couple hud engaged In a 1 des desci res resarnte learate
threo days and andorshay andorshay
ci arnte ate quarrel ago ant
orshay Is said to have beaten the no noress nctrels acess
trels ress badly bad cutting cuting her head In two twolaces twoplnces twoaces
plnces laces aces Miss lss Stokes Stokel gave IIe orders ordlrs to thtrohrletor the theroprletor thl
prollrlelO roprletor of the Vernon elnon hotel nt nt8ho It Itwhih ittlittli
whih littli 8ho was stopping stoplIII that thlt Forshay Forsiiayiould Forshayliould 1onhIshould
should not 10t be admitted admited to tl her pienence pienencend
nnll nd although alhough he called caled there twice tivkerltig twiceurlng twheluring
luring the early part of the lie evening eveninge
he e was wal compelled compeled to leave lea by II the at atndant atndant nttenJant
ndant tenJantLater ndantLater ndantLater
Later he called cnleJ and the lie proprietor proprietor3U1 proprietortolt
3U1 him that he could wait In the lie par parir Ilurlnr
lnr tolt ir r where Miss Stokes would see 8et him himhe himfhe himie
fhe he ie came down from Crol her room rol and andlie nndthl
thl lie II couple talked talket for about ten ntln ntlntes mlnUtl adaea
Utl tes ea when Forshay Iolsha suddenly drew a ajvolver nreloler avelvet
velvet and fired two shots Ihotl one pass passit 11081 oas oasg
Inlf it g through throulh the thl right lung lun and the theher thl thlotllar theher
otllar her close dOlc to the Pt heart She died dlt al allost aim08t l lnet
m08t lost Instantly After Ate killing hilng the wo womn woman wesit
man mn Forslmy ran from trol the lie building buildingut buldlnr buldlnrbut buiidinit
but ut it was pursued Junuell and Ind captured capturedTIII capturedIm
TIII Im anvnsii cl mm MGIITMAIU MGIITMAIUonucrt IOII lmJ lmJCOlcert 1I1 1I1incert
COlcert onucrt at II Pckln ieklnn lekll a 1 Ilno Ino TriumphCor nut nutIbi Triumph IlllllhIhr
Cor Civilization CivilizationParis Chllmtlnl ChllmtlnlParis
Paris Juno Jun 4The Figaro I lgn which whicheathes whichhreatheR whicheathieS
hreatheR eathes a sigh Ilgh of relief relef over the de deirture departurc derture
irture of Count von on Valderwe from fromakin tromlekln Cr0121kin
akin says IHH Tho Jll long Chinese Chineseghtmore Chinesenlhtmore Chinesebitmore
ghtmore lekln at last seems lefIS to be coining coiningan eOlln eOllnto
to an In end Ind The marvelous marllu concert of
the powers was maintained mnllltolnl to the thelast te telut tinlast
last It Is a 1 miracle For I or a year yearFrench er erFrnch eal ealFrench
I
French Frnch British German Ofrmln Husslan Iuslan and andAmerican IIndmerICn tint tintAmerican
American merICn troops Paso been bon able to tocontinue toontlnu t tcontinue
continue a campaign cRnpnhm without wlhoUI turnintheir turning turningtheir lurln lurlnthllr
their arms against each och other It Is Isline 19lne ftline
line triumph for civilization dllzatlon but It ItIs iiIs I
Is lne 1 mainly due to the thl Intimacy Inllllc of ofFrance oCJrance olFrance
France and Russia JU II ngnlni oBnll < t which whichuntied whlrhuntiCI ishletUiitled
untied untiCI Jrance force no selfishness sellRhnes dare are at attempt ntt attemt ¬
tempt t < mlt to prevail prevailIMXSION prlval prevaiLIISlOX
IMXSION 11 SIX mmivu mJIAU UKPOIIT ltflPOltFShows UKPOIITShows HWOlt HWOltShowl
Shows Showl ItcsiilIN B 911lhr for bbrtlin Ha IMcron JOOI Months MonthsKndliiK MouthsitiulIuig Iolthl IolthlIJIIIIII
KndliiK IJIIIIII May I III IIIWashington 1 1Washington 1 1Washington
Washington June 3 3The The commis commissioner rmmls rmmlssloner commisabner ¬
results of ofthe otthe oflie
sioner of pensions enslons states the
the efforts of the bureau for theelesen the iliaeleven themonths
eleven erortR months of the flicnl year 0r end ending tndInc ending ¬
ing 110 May u 31st as followsOriginal follows followsOriginal talows talowsOriginal
Original penslonn enloll have been granted grantedfor
for account of war of 1812 widows 2 2for 2for 2j 2jtor
for account of Indian 11111 wars widows wldowl
112 survivors 14 1 for account of ser service sersice lr lrIce ¬
5ulIor
12
vice Ice prior to ItCh 1Gl C makIng a total of of4CO otG6
4CO G6 pensioners account of service ellce prior priorto
to the lie civil cl1 war warFor Wlr WlrPar warFor
For the account of the th civil wai waithere waithou 11 11thel
there have been pensioned for ills disability dlsbi illsltbilit9 ¬
thel
ability Incurred Incured In serUce nlcl Invalids InvalidslOM Inuld8 Inuld810f
lOM bi for or disabilities dlpnbllles n nl provided lrovldClby by act actof actot actat
of 10f 1SJO Invalids Ina1118 16SD2 162 for widows un under unter Uniler ¬
der old 01 law 2091 for widow wldowl under net netof Ict Ictot actat
of ter U90 H < O and amendments 14479 Ut for fornurses fornurSC9 fornurses
nurses 26 2 making n 1 total original originalUsues originalb81es originalissues
issues on account of the civil ctvl war of
35303 b81es 530 In addition to this thi number there thsrehase therehave thHehn
hn have e been oddlton restored to th > rolls rlH 4100 4100names 40 40nmes 41002ftniCs
dropped droppedor
previously
nmes names that were ere
or r suspended sup pendell for or various causes causesThere causeThere CausesThere
There are about 1COOOO lCOO of those thosedrawing thosodrawl thoseIrawing
drawing under the act of 1590 1 and andamendments 8nt 8ntamendments andimenilments
amendments that receive the maxi maxlnum maximum maximum ¬
mum rate of 12 per month 10nth There Therehave Ther There2aV0
ha have been 619 pensioned that thlt carry clry aotal a atotal atotnl
total of 927314 92i31 an average Ien e of 1S14 siritaeh 1S14aeh UI
aeh ns al first payment A large lale per percentage perentage r rcentap ¬
centage of thcBO cases ca are trp known as asold 8 8ohl asohd
old miners mlnHI and only on1 appear nt1pr on the therolls therols theoils
rolls for the one on payment paymentFor 1lent 1lentIor
rols For account of service In the tlP war warivlth warwih wartIthi
wih ivlth Spain there have hlo been b en granted
2369 369 pensions to Invalids Invnlll nnd 11S6 pen pendons penhons en enIlonl
Ilonl dons to C widows and dependents Theotal The Theotal Thetotal
otal number of claims on file 11 for ac acount account acount
ount of it this war to date doe has hn been lJIen
13874 13874Under 3814Under
48 Under the act of March 31 1901 191 pro proldlng proiding proIdlng
ldlng for the pensioning of widows widowsvho wldoswho widowsrho
who remarried rcmarled and ngaln n aln became becamerldow bame bameIJowI bameeldowe
rldow IJowI there have hlY been 1005 10 claims claimslied claimlell claImsled
lied There will be an increase In the thelumber thpnumber Ih Ihumber
lell lumber of pensioners pensIonrs 1 on the rolls rU at athe atthe atlie
he close dble of the present fiscal fisOI yearune year yearlune ear earJune
June une 30 0 1901 191 over the th previous prvious year yearThe ycorThe r rThe
The appropriations made by Con Conjress Conness on onIrl
ness tor opproprltlons or the ho fiscal year ear will wi l b sum sumilent 6Umclent sumlent
Irl for forncdlcal tormedIcal foredicai
lent with one ne exception ecepton that
medIcal examinations eamInatons In thIs Item Iem
there will bo a deficiency Congrt Congrtappropriated Congriipropnlfltel ongrlls ongrllsnpproprhlHI
appropriated wi 700000 but the thl dema demafor delnll delnlltor deinxfor
for medical examinations examlnllions iOOOOO during t tlUcnl the theIlcnl I IIlseol
that t tappropriation the theupprolJrlnllon I IaPProPrIatIon
lUcnl year has been no fireiit AJlt
appropriation Ilcnl yel will not bo sutlldtcnt sutlldtcntmeot Illt silhI lnt ttnt ttntniett to tomett
wi of the law lawtier u uder un under
meot the lie te requirements
der the lie established e8tnIJlalNI < practice prnle In udi uditlnn Itdl Itdlton mltlon
tlnn t to < > the he number nUllJet of original pe pesluns pell pellIlunR pi piIutiq
sluns ton granted ns set for or the des elevinnntlu eleen eleenmonth desmouths
IlunR innntlu urlntcd there IS have been Issued tasuetiitltrease i iIncreases tal tallrelllI
Increases rerating > and Inl accrued p pslons pen pen810n8 pt ptstone
stone lrelllI 50050 OG O rtratn certificates reltllrats or the Pure hureihas huelu hueluhal Purehrns
has hal written for or all ni oluM oUICI H 01077 01077tlflcates 07 ci citifitatea eel eeltlOtates
tlflcates writen There havo hO1 been 43379 4379 nan nnmadded IAlel nanadtlid
added to the rolls stncJtil ulnfio lnCo July 1 1900 1900on 1900On 1900on
111 on July I rols 1897 tho ho adjudication adjudicationoriginal ndjlratlon adjudicationonigintit ot otorlKlnl1
Invalid was ltitwenty fro frotwenty tlOI
original orlKlnl1 Inlil pensions 8
twenty tent to thirty months In arrears arrearsthe Brar arrearslie In Inthe
the respective tl divisions 11ls10I The fhp commj commjloner comm commstoner omI18 omI18Il0ur
loner If pectve thnt by b the lie close cOSt of ofirest1t t tpresent tho thoIJrt
Il0ur present IJrt nt predicts fiscal year oar June SO 3 1901 191 tl tladjudication the theRdjudlrRtlon I Iadjudication
adjudication of all original orl111 Matins I IvalldB I Ivalids n nvllds
valldB vllds widows and 11 deponacnti will willcurtent wi wIlleurient W Wcurrlnt
curtent to the lie end that tlt Juit no loon loona El Elas o oas <
as currlnt Ih thl the evidence evhlencoln In a clnlm llim Is oompU oompUthat olplto olpltotha OWhIiilist
a
that tha claim d6lm will wil go 10 from the jwndli jwndlifiles llldln llldlnle jetidifiles
files le for Adjudication Adjudicationme adjudlcntlonJG
me JG ASPiiAiTr MHIW 81lIA1iPIiCOViltY 81lIA1iPIiCOViltYnRt inscovmiv inscovmivVast J500lm J500lmnAt
Vast nAt Deposits It110 11 Found I on o Island I islandSn H 11 II i io of ofSnilngn
Snilngn Sn I a n go o Off Ol 0 11 lc IJciindor IJciindorNew gcnltlol gcnltlolNpw it title i iNewS
New York June 4 tA A cable cableto cble meesa meesato mes ge geto
to the lie Keundorlan association aSlioclaton whl whlhas which whichha whihas
1cuadorlnl
has ha oillceB oUkls In this city el nnnnounced tl tldiscovery the the11fIory t tlseosery
discovery of vast st deposits dEIHJIIS of asphalt nMphul asphaltthe i ithe on onthe
11fIory the Inland 1 lnnd of fUilnngo 1lllnngo off the coast roat coastIcuador i iKcuador ot otgCIy1or
Kcuador Trinidad Trllidad Is now 1I0 the th chl chlsource rhlet rhletsnure ciiinurv
source gCIy1or nurv of the worlds asphalt nsphal supplwhich supplY supplYwhich auppuiiIchj
which Is controlled rontrolll J b by > y the trust trustA trlst trlstA trustp1
A MANIAC IN I THE VATICAIGo VATICAN
Goes Go About Shouting lThe The Pope Is Dead DeatI
I am Ills ls Successor Succsoll Give Ma the Crown Crownllu
10 Ito Wix u n I Ucllelotis lellloll Innntlc 1llnllo Nnnir NnnirViilriitliui Nalr Nalrulrlllll NaIIICVidciitlnt
Viilriitliui ulrlllll InicrnoTaUeii 1lIlcrlu1aliel tou toU to
u 1 Lunatic 1111111 Anyliim AnyliimNew Alrlll AlrlllNew AytuuttiNew
New York June 4 t 1A A dispatch dispatchlie t tthe to tothe
the Journal and Advertiser Ilvertler from tlom lionlays Horn Hornays
108 lays While hle hIle the popo 10110 was WUI at work I Iills In Inhil Iits
hil ills private rllte room a maniac made hi hivay hlwa 11 11nay
wa > nay to the ante nlte room nnd IInl shoutet shoutetThe RhCutell RhCutellThe ahouteiilie
The pope olle ls I dead I am his succossorlve succossor succossorjgive succossotuive
give lve mo mi the crownrho crown crownThe crownIhe
The noble 10bla guards on 01 duty dlty seized selzo th thntruder tho thoIntnltler thitrilder
ntruder and prevented him from pone ponerating iioiiitRtlti one onetlftinJ
tlftinJ rating tRtlti the lie popeH chamber Hut th thloly the thehol P
hol loly father had hoard the lie shout sholt H Hirdered le leordelt IIrilered
ordelt irdered that thlt the man bo arrested I Iurned 11 11Urned le letUrCI
tUrCI urned out olt to be Valentino Ylll ntno Paterno Paternoeligious i iellglnus 1 1r81810ul
r81810ul ellglnus fanatic an tic He 1Q was wal taken tRltOI to i iunatlc 0 0lunatc I Iinatic
lunatc unatlc asylum asylumHow 11lum IIsyIUnihow
How 101 ho Il paeued p081et tha ho gate glte keepers keepersimrd ltepers ltepersgllnllld keepertunril
gllnllld imrd and ushem tlherH all ul tho way a from toni tin tinuler theoullr P PLiter
oullr Liter sate flte of the 110 Vatican YItcan to the vorj vorjoor 101 er erocr
door ocr of the he poites IJOIts room Is a l lllstetS mystorj mystorjs lyslely
1 s yet ut unexplainedMlAUlUN unexplalled unexplalledIlljUH unexplained utiexplaiiiecli1hiAUilN
MlAUlUN IlljUH i1hiAUilNcliii To 10 MHWnUXKY MHWnUXKYclU 1SWlm I I1el1
1el1 clU Why h llu lu lb WIau WlihilniWD it Iiilrasa 1 HlH lies UCHIgnatlon ICH liesigutit <
Ignatlon igutit 1 lIntlnl I its n Senator SenatorColumbia Heuu HClltm HClltmColumbia a toi toiColumbia
Columbia H C June 8 SGo Gov Me Meweeney Meseeney 10 10Seenl
Seenl weeney today received receled a letter letor from fromcnatur trol trolfenatul frouinator
fenatul cnatur McLauiIn lcnulll In part IJrl as follows followsMy
My I Dear enr Sin SlrYour Your letter lete of the the1st tInat
311t 1st at of May In In which you OU decline dlclne tcccept tc toheeelt tceit
ccept eit my m lOBlgnatlon 10sllI1tl0l IIB III UnlteJ UnlteJtates UlllteJtnttM UnitedLutes
Lutes tnttM senator la received receivedI
I aprpcclatu Illrpeclltu fully tul the force ol the themasons thereliuns Pt Ptteens
reliuns masons given IlvCI by you OU nnd th the effect effectpon erect erect1110n effecttOn
1110n pon tOn the people of the state of a aeated I iiated
1 eated Attd and strifeproducing HtrICeploduclllg contest fornited for fornltcd forUnied
Unied nltcd States Slte senator this year en For ForIB l or orthe
the IB rake of the tl tlt peace prospeilty 11108lell uhftJliIieSM and andopplness uilI uilIhUlnl8s
hUlnl8s opplness of the people of this state statenm Itlte ItlteI statenrxi
I nm 1m willing wilng to hold on to my 1 connate commlsIon comml9I10n
I10n Ion cii as United Unloll States ales unator Wator and to tootitlnufl tocontnue flfltinUe
contnue otitlnufl to serve the he state as I haveone haventIn have haedone
done one ntIn In the lie past to the th best ost of my myblllty myalJlt myIii8
alJlt alJltnut blllty bllltyUut
nut In retaining my IY seat In the lie sen senle senate sene
ate le e I will wll not consent to bo Imndt iianlilitled Imndtipped hundlrappel
rappel ipped or bossed lJosslo by IJ any an one claiming claimingright elalllnl ciaftxiiuiiiIghi
It right 1llht to Judge my IY motives motve and ae aeons aetlon ¬
tlon ons t propose opole to exercise e my I Judg Judgitnt judgnwnt jtitlgen
itnt en t on all 11 I national natonal qtfelitlons elliGtions q tii4iois under underie IndcI IndcIthe a aC
the ie C Influence IJlluenee of a high sense of re relonslblllty reppolllJlltr reonsibility
ppolllJlltr lonslblllty to tho lie people and to work workir worlfor
for ir r the tll upbuilding of the political poltcal and andlaterlnl IIndmattrlal rinduteniul
laterlnl Interests of the state I rec recnlze recognize revtilze
ognize nlze fully tul ray r accountability accountablt to the theiverelgn theHoerelgn ho hovereign
iverelgn people and nm am always ready readyi Nad Nadt readygise
t i ele 11 a strict account of my m official officialts ofcial ofcialacts
acts ts 5 to them themAfter themAter hemAfter
After Ater declaring that a Joint debate debateould debatewoull debatetild
ould obscure disputed 11 Juted points pollts by bit bitTncss bi bitrncss
ternr88 Tncss And personalities peronllltles the senator senatormtlnucs anator anatorrontlnul senatorntlnues
rontlnul mtlnucs All Al that I have claimed Is Isits Isthll isis
thll its ruht rljht of the lie people J < opl anti my 1 right rightonighten rightto rIghtentghten
to > onighten onlthten them on these questions questionsheiem quetuns quetunswhlIIpr quesUons1elever
heiem called
whlIIpr ralet upon uponIn
In my effort to t do this I was a8 Inter Interred Interfred intered
fred red with wih by b the tie lie senior senator who whollrmed whoIflrln1 wholrinei
Iflrln1 llrmed that my IY doctrines tlrtrno were polltl polltlil 1011
cal il I heresies here le9 nnd hurtful hlrtul to a the people leopiewlhi peopley 11011 11011M
M y wlah wl h U 1 > thAt all 111 public puIlc questions questionsay IUeatons IUeatonsmay
may ay be freely trely and 111 fully tulY discussed dlCUlel be bere hpforI lieC
forI re C the he people peple and I will wil be content contentublde contentto contentuliiile
to ublde nhlle bv v their decision 10rision upon them themi themconsentIng thfl
In i consenting to hold on to my 1 com comIsslon comml cornasian
ml asian sloll I wish tlth It to be I understood ullorltooll that thatIs
It Is In response to your patriotic pntrlotr up upal It Itprnl itriil
prnl al that It I U far the good of the state stateid stBtl
1111 id Ii not 10t because becanle I feared Clar to go before beforee hetorethe
the e people and discuss dIICIS with wih the senIortator senior seniornntor seniorSlntor
Slntor nntor or others othel the lie national nltlonll Issues Issuesthe IllUfS IllUfSIC Issuesthe
IC the day dll I am a public pulJlc servant of o
the people and It Is my IY duty dlt an anpleasure ant antIMRlur arjhunstire
pleasure always to pronloto their In Interests Intet iicrests
crests tet M In every ocr way WI va I con conllcdwood conHctlwUl1 cniilieuiwoint
llcdwood HctlwUl1 InlciTstH 111NstR I Trust TrustSan fruMtSRn lritsSan
San FrnncUco Irncl co June JUI 4 the The llxoin llxoinIncr hxair111cr Ixal
Incr Inr says Mya There con be h no doubt tha thathere thalthere tli tlithere
there Is h In procesH IIOCIH roces of formation a 1 cotitiiiiiiIin com comblnatlmi comblnatlon
blnatlmi having 111Inl for Its 18 ultimate ulthnlltl ob obJect olJJIr utject
Ject JIr the gathering gntherlnl In of all al the red redwood rdwooo redwood
wood wooo Interests Interllts on this thll his coast Clst The cnpi cnpital rl cilpital
tal of this thll combination om hi nAtion will wi lie 11 saint HOIIHwhere Homfwhmp saintwhrie
where between bttween 16000POOand 16Ottalt lli000titiO anti JMOUOOO JMOUOOOnnd 2000
and the til men who represent the capital capitalIsts Ilpllll Ilpllllts capitallats
Ists ts Interested InterfstE1 in the project poject are or Ii Iithis 11 I Ilila
this city rl today tOlla The Ihe land lald which It I Iproposed II IIprpsd Ipropoaci
proposed to acquire Is In the lire Ihrtgreat thrtHreRt liregreat
great prpsd redwood < > 1lunthlt countlet of the state th thacreage til tilIcllalt Ii Iiacreage
acreage lt being In distributed dltrbutC1 ns 11 followsliumliokit follows followsHumboldt ColoI
Icllalt Humboldt 410000 UOoo acres Mcndoclno McndoclnoGOOOM Mendocinctoe000 eliolno eliolnoGor
GOOOM Gor lulhohl and Del Monte 122000 12O a totaof Iotaof total totalor
of 1145000 acres ncresA
A 1150 K Hammond of Mlssoula lssouJo Mont Montwho t1ontwho ront
who recently renty purchased puchased the th Vnnw VnnwLumber nnce nnceIumbr ancrLumber
Lumber Iumbr company cOnln of Kurckn JJurckn and win winFor whoFor wliForNervous
For ForNervous Nervous Nerous Debility Debity DebityHorsfords DebilityHorsfords
Horsfords HorsfordsAcid 15 15A
AcidPhosphafe Acid AcidPhosphate
Phosphate PhosphateA
A food and ld strengthening strengtheningtonicforthe strcngthcningtonic strengtheningtonieforthe
tonicforthe tonic or the ncrvesjcstoring ncrvesjcstoringto ncrses restoring restoringto
to their normal condition conditionorgans conditionorgnns conditionorgns
organs that have been de dCrangcdand deranged ce cerangcdnnd ¬
ranged rangcdnnd and vigor vigornd and vitality vitalitywhere vialty vialtywhcre vitalitywhere
where there has been debility debilityand debity debityand
and exhaustion exhaustionA
exhauston exhaustonA
A Tonic and Nervi FoodTitssebenthiaim Food FoodT Foodnltlan
T nltlan Titssebenthiaim > < tnWit brut Ik4 t HIM au Itenfcrilt lo ut eqhtI llttL taL
l
We WeDont WeDon
Don t Know Know0s Know0You m
X s W5S W5SYou
You do Possibly it was in your yourown yoUrown
own family or perhaps it was an uncle or aunt If there thereis
is even a small history of consumption there is also a large largehistory largehistory
history of weak lungs lungsTnis lungsThis
This doesnt mean you must have the disease It Itsimply Itsimply
simply means that you must pay a little more attentionthan attention attentionthan
than usual to an acute cough or cold to any tight feeling in inthe inthe
of the voice voiceAyers voicei
the chest or to hoarseness or weakness
i
We t
i I Iy Iconsumption
y
Do Know KnowAycrs >
Ayers Cherry Pectoral Its the best remedy in inthe inthe
the world for asthma bronchitis broncliitiswlioopingcough broncliitiswlioopingcoughconsumption whoopingcough whoopingcoughconsumption °
consumption and hard colds and coughs coughsI
I rlto testimonial for or Ayers Cherry Pectoral I have u used cd it I a great many yearsfor years yearsfor yealfor
I write enough
I cannot a strong
who ho has hasuied hasuled hia hiaused
of It
for coughs and colds and all kinds of lung troubles nnd I cannot speak too highly hllhly I Everybody gverLdy
used it seems to bs bl greatly al pleased with wih It too tooW W W MORGAN Kansas Kansa City Cl Mo 10 April AP1114 n 1899rr 1899 1899Three 1899Tl
To 0 keep on hand you OU will wi like lke the Jioo 100 size best bCI and you OU will wi need needthis acedIITCC ncedce
Three rr sizes sizes5OC kep The size is just justabout just5c just25C
Tl IITCC ce SIZS this amount to cure cuc a chronic or very severe case le Soc
fo foAll tOO about right for bronchitis bronchii hoarseness la 1 grippe croup etc The 150 150size = sc c
25C 5c Soc < size is convenient nt when traveling ttlvelng and is I enough cno gh to t break up a fresh fesh ch cold coldI
1 All 1 druggists J i ja I C AVER CO Lowell Lwel Mass MassI
I A
I IIs
Is now building blldll flew n 11I < w pinning mllln mis ama am 111 I
a sash slHh and door factory fartol In 11 I ii Unit Hum Humboldt ItI I I I to toliold
boldt hollt county ount town Is one ole of the th piliul piliulmil Inlld1IIIen I Iitl
mil itl men conccrnid OIIIInd In I a the lit proposed Plpo cd cum cumblnatlon ci 1 1JllAtlon iii iiiliiation
blnatlon 1IIIen JllAtlon liiation llln Iii 11M company owns XOJ XOJami oooatres 000 000an
ami Friends l rlellH lOIllll of bin In Now Nel Hump Humpshire 1 hlunlihiIrt II 1 1Ihlr
shire Ihlr mid Minnesota Unneantl own 70000 acie aciemore UC1 UC110rt ucitinure
more 10rt nnl all al recently Ieccntl acquired anti then thenare ther thenIt
are rle It hO In I Ii addition ulllon nil I tori other othlr r law Inlt companies companiesowning tomnntownln coinpan li liiuVhiiflg
owning Jointly over 160000 ncres whirllll whirl whichwlibcomc whirlwill
wlibcomc will lll become part lrt of tho lie redwood Iellwood lunibei lunibeicombine lumercOhlnl luiiibeiCoifibills
combine combineThe cOhlnl Coifibillsllie
The 1hp moving moln spirit of the whole wholl mat matter Ilt Ilttel uniter ¬
ter tel er Is Hugh liellns BelaH who Is now nt the thePalace thePalnce tInPalace
Palace hotel and has been here Bluet BluetJanuary 11111 shictTanunrv
January last except on the thl occasion OC19101 oc nsion ol olhis orhis olhis
his TRlunri visits Is ts to Humboldt Humholt county Ho H I Ic IEknown IE Isto Iiknown
known to every CI large InrHE number man UIthe In Inthe Inthe
the United States and Ind hla nc iualnatncc nCllulllnntlco nCllulllnntlcoIn acqualnrtttiecin < iualnatnccIn
In the lumber IUlber line Inl In 11 IJuropo luro Is Ii If pos pussible possible 111 111sible ¬
sible mole extensive1 extmsl When Been ItC1 yes yesterday es esterday C Ccrilay ¬
terday Mr Bellas Belus paid Ilhl I may us 11 well wellndmlt wel vellnilnilt
ndmlt IIdllt candidly cnll1ly that I am Interested In Intho Inthe iiithe
the formation torlaton of ix I redwood combina combination comblnaton ¬
lan which whih will wi be capitalized cnplnl71 at some somewhere 801e 801ewhfro aotiiewhere
ton
000 where whfro between belweel 150000000 GOOOOOO and Ind 20000
WOMAN WOMANMUsSlmw WO IM tW Ht7FI1tAOISTS Ht7FI1tAOISTSMIbaSlntwCondemnsfnStrohIg JI O STS STSJA
MIbaSlntwCondemnsfnStrohIg MUsSlmw JA hl Condemn 00111 el IR In 11 Strong Stronl Terms TermsLaw rerls rerlsIl
Law Il Ioi1 J hiKrcgatlon SI Ic ntlln of nt Vice ViceMinneapolis SIceiullnneapohls Icc IccIUnnelpol
Minneapolis Minn 1nn June JUlO 3 3Import 3Importnnt Import Important
ant IUnnelpol action afton was 11 taken talel by tho Suffrageassociation Suffrage Suffrageassociation Sutrale Sutralenssocatlon
association convention cOlventlon today relating relatingto reilltng reilltngto
nssocatlon to the 1 emulation Iegulatlol of social vice Ice Tinaction Tin Theaction lho lhoIctlon
action Ictlon of the physicians and surgeons surgeonsnt surgeols surgeolsat
at their convention convlntlon last week tek stirredlie stirred stlrrccthe stirredthe
the delegates dele ltali to righteous llghteus IndlRiiatlon IndlRiiatlonand Indllnlon Indllnlon1ltlu
and 1ltlu a strong Itron speech was WI8 made Ille by Ilev IlevAnna Hevnn 11evAiina
Anna nn Shaw Shl of Philadelphia IhlalleJphla as to the theattitude theatttude theattituile
attitude atttude In 11 which the thO convention conventloistands cOJuntion cOJuntionItlllll conventionsluuitis
stands Itlllll toward the passage pnslnge of laws for forthe torthe forlie
the lie segregation Ilregltlol of vice Ile In the cities cites ol oltho ot otthe ofthe
the United UllEd States Ming 111 Shaw Shl I wild wildNo MidNo saidNo
No worse 1010 law under untll tho sun 8Ul than thanthat thanthal lxxiiifiat
that for the thl segregation leregatlon of vice In 11 cities citiescould clUesoull citIescouki
could oull be pHssed 1111 and till 11 thu lie women wOlen olthe ol otthe ofthe
the convention O1entlol are opposed 0111108 I to o uny aftypropositIon unypioposltlun unypropusllon
propositIon propusllon on the subject t I want to tobe tobe tobe
be known Iwoll as I standing forever tortvor and nld for forever torClI on ¬
ever against 131n8t such a crime crimeMlsu crimellss
Mlsu 11 Susan SUln H Anthony Althon moved 10011 thu thuappointment thuIppolntment lii liiappolnttneiit
appointment of a committee rommltel consist consistIng consilltIn consisting
Ing In of Mrs Carrie arie C 1 C Catt Cal lIes He Anna Aimshiaw AnnaShaw lna lnaShaw
Shaw Itachacl laehlll Vaster I Avery Aer and alI Alice AliceStone AliceStonu AliceStone
Stone lllaokwell 1Iafwel which should shoull appear appearbefore ulpear1Htore appearlefore
before 1Htore tho th medical convention tOlwntlOI and anddhow alll alllhow atilshow
dhow surgeons what attitude the con convent connllnl cont1
vent t1 nllnl Ion urleOnH haM htkel taken In I regard rlllrd pnri to if the I he
regulations llulatnK of social vice The motion motloiwas motionwns inotionit
was nit adopted nnd Miss 118 Anthony wa waadded wastle sa saailled
added to the committee committeeU Cn Iln I t tI
tle U was W further fnrthtr directed tllrecld thnt the tlvmemorial theIlmollal lx lxnwnorisl
memorial Ilmollal I brailng > on this matter matterwhich lute lutewhich niattunwhIch
which was 118 ie4ttl i 111 id the Pc first 111t day ra of tin tinconvention thelonentlon lx lxconvention
convention will wil be b rend rnd before hlforl tin tinmedical themolcal titniedlcl
medical convention wlention If the cummltegets commltlei commltleigets rommltlle rommltlleletll
gets letll molcal a hearing hearlnl Miss 11 Anthony and 1111 Mtsi MtsiCnU iitsCn II
CnU Cn ent expressed themselves tlllllel an al oppose opposeto ololetl ololetlto
to 0 the passing of any law 111 for Die regu regulutlon regulatol regilutinn
lutlon of vice Ico anti uI1 delegates tlellglh fount fountmuch tUUul tUUulluch fountmuch
latol
much luch to 0 say 11 against Ignlnl It In 11 short talkfrom talk talkstrom talkfrom
from the thl hoerShOT floor floorSHOT 10r 10rSIOI
SHOT SIOI ins H IIi UHIMSI OHSI SI COOK COOKHon cooleHOl OlC OlCI
Hon HOl I lou Frank irii rllk ii k LiiHrolloi ln I eulC than 1111 t Becomes Becomesn HCCOIIR HCCOIIRn
n Itiulnn ItlllJ Minliiu MinliiuVancouver 1llnc 1llncanrnuer iauiltcVancouver
Vancouver B C June Jlne 4A 4A < A special specialfrom selll selllfrol speelafrom
from frol Golden Ooiln B C says 1 that Hon HonPrank 101 iloixFrank
Prank I rnk lAScelles Iucele ft I wealthy wlh Knsllilirnnohowntr Knsllili ICIjIIh ICIjIIhrnohownf IrigiIslinaiichowiier
rnnohowntr rnohownf residing re8hllnl on Thunderhlll Thunderhlllshot fllnderhll fllnderhllIIhot
shot and Ild killed kilE his ht Chinese cook ck Lascelles Las 1 1celH Ieiwcehles
celles In related Ielatet to the Ihe Mttl I I of Hare Harewood HII HIIwOI harewood
celH wood wOI and al11 cousin coulin of f Sir Pmnk tascelles tascellesBritish IAtlel IAtlelUrlllh LaecelieslOritIsh
British Urlllh ambassador ambdor to 0 Germany GermanyLastd Oermn Oermn11ell1 GermanLasuchlts
Lasuchlts Lastd 11ell1 became demented through throughbrooding thrugh thrughbruoiing throughbrooding
brooding over 011 a S fancied tancf Insult Ill1ul In connection con COl COllerton conSziectton ¬
bruoiing
nection with wih his 11 being bllnl railed rRIE to give giveevidence fte ftefldent giveesIdeiWe
evidence fldent lerton In a 1 suit sllt over OVfr tin ownership ownershipof oWtfrMhlp oWtfrMhlpot
cook who wholuld whoIHI wholaid
of a horse holp and anc accused feul 1 bin lk
laid nerved Ilrvld him for live 1 years Y if beIng Mnga heln
a IHI burglar bur lar After Ater his hl arrest arMt I icIIW 1II > be became befine ¬
came 1 n raving maniac nlnll Special SI 14Inttrll 14InttrllII interest interestIs
lle the affair throughout Brit British IJrtishi ¬
Is II tnk takpn n In Aralr thruhout Dri
ish Ih Columbia olumilI owlnif 011 to the prominence prominenceof proJln lce lceot
of the thl he Lascelles Inscelll family familySTHUCK fRmlr fRmlrSTHUCIC fatallySTIIJC1C
STHUCK WITH WIJllst 11 A HAICHirr HAICHirrNrgto IrHCI lfalCii BT BTXcIO ITIt
It Nrgto XcIO AttcinplH I1111 to I KIM 11 nn 11 Old OldLady OhIInt 1111ul
Lady 1ul Int In 1 It Kansas ICUIMU City CityKansas CI CIInnM ltj ltjXansas
Kansas City ly Mo 10 June 3While 3Whilesitting 3 3hIlesitting Whl I
sitting ltn muckIng lklnl n 1 lby hab In her home hOnl at atSecond alteond atiocond
Second street tr tt and 1 Woodland Woodlal1 avenue avenuethis Iltnue Iltnuethll avenuethis
teond this thll afternoon Mrs I Mary 1111 Schulfr TO TOyears 1 1rent ii iiyears
nClrnon struck down with a ahatchet ahatchet
years old uI was YI Itruclt wlh wlhhatchet
hatchet rent by a negro who ho Hpp tpptrd wrd sud suddenly suhdinly ul ullnly ¬
I Ilro
denly before her hfr Mm I irs Hdiulern 1lulrl skull skullwas tkul tkulwas aktihluas
was fractured 1tOl and shf hl may tay ilk d Thf Thfnegro Th Thn Tinegro
negro n tracur escapfd and a 11 Is being blnK ptrnrrliul ptrnrrliulfor p esirchc1or Jhtd Jhtdtor
< lro efpM
number of neighbors neighborsand
large
for or by 1 ii a 1 numbr
and jvollcemen plcemen The motive motve was Wi rob robbery r rry ttfihbery ¬
bery beryNeighbors beryNeIghbors ry ryNelhbrJ
Neighbors NelhbrJ were attracted atmct Vo 0 the theSchuler theSchuler lie liechuler
Schuler house hou by the th womans womansscreams vomnasscrIslns oman omancrIUns
Mrs irs Sohuler staggered from fromthe tromthe fromthe
screams Irt Bhuler lllgere
the crIUns house bleeding hledlnl from trm the wound In Inher Inhpr inbier
her head hllll Inflicted Inflct1 with wih the hatchet hatchetOn
On the floor loor near IIIM where wher she lie had eat eatrooking et ett eatnockliig
rooking t klng the he l bab baby by there tht1 was a pool of ofblood othloo ofblood
blood Bureau drawers had been beensearched beln belnNrchfl beensesurcixeil
searched hloo lulU irunks had Illwer been bCn ransacked ransackednnd ranlckE ranlckERnll
Nrchfl ttnk foeert dragged d from fromthe fromthe
anti b bedding ldlng had Il ing Crm Crmth
search forvaluablee for forvaluables forvaluable
the th bed by the negro l r In his
valuables Mrs Irs Pehulnr was able to torejieat torepet torepeat
valuable repeat weakly welkl Nlgger NI llIr nigger andhen and andthen nndthEn
repet
then lapsed Into unconsciousness uneonwlousnesflLater unenHloupnes unenHloupnesLter
Later thEn Lter during lp Ilurn a period perl 0 of momentary
lJ PIe m mron
consciousness ron clolHless she described rCMrllJed her hernnt asSail asSailnut u a alnt
nut lnt and Ild a I crowd rO1 hut had hil gnthom gnthomnldid gathiotciithIcti thelcd thelcdIlh
nldid Ilh < by b a I squad Iqune of police Iiolce began beganitrclt u usearch uHlrdl
search Hlrdl itrclt of the nelRhhoihood nelRhhoihoodTtv nelhhurhoodIh
Ttv rh Ih hniiM hnu 1 18 a Hltuixtcd Hltllte In a pooidistrict poemdist poem 1100rdlMlrllt
district dist rkt In the he bottom bolol9 near < thu tht us mil milroad mi railroad
road tracks and nd as the search slarch for or the theman themnn thcmall
man Brow gnl In II propoitlon tho lie bcllel bcllelgained belor belorllleo beiielgaineth
gained llleo that he had escaped fSII ll pn a 1 pass hf8I passIng Ja s sIng
Ing I ii g train trainMIH tllln tiit lii liiilis
MIH 111 Schiller was taken to St StJosephs Stloe1hs StJosephis
Josephs loe1hs hospital hosllal where oxamlnatloidisclosed examInation oxamlnatlondI8IJ examInationdiechused
disclosed dI8IJ two tlO 550 severe Ievlre but not neces necessarily nccessarlr necessanlhy ¬
sarily sarlr fatal r fractures frnetlre of the skull skullTin skullIll tl tlJJ
Tin JJ l A AMiwicAN InlmlMi ui iiiiN rnuiii rnuiiiA mil milPlcluh hi hiit
A FiLiiuli Plcluh Deputy 11 IIeiiutyStts llt HIIJM It IH Ncaici Ncaicianil PU PUnli umhtt umhttttiuul
anil nli Morn ri1 1n iii Hcitl HCII I cii I Hiaii Ihnl I Ii a ii Yellow Yelw i el bus Iorll IorllParis Iurl IurlPlrls li r i h hParis
Paris June Junl 3In the chamber of ofdeputies ordpIJutle8 atdeputies
deputies today M 1 DM TournelloH Tourlelel OoConstant do dolon8tl1t doonxuiint
Constant asked the foreign minister M MUelcusse M1elcussti I Ie18ae
lon8tl1t Uelcusse e18ae for lfr It u < ulatenvnt on 01 the Chi Chinese ohl ohllee cliiliese ¬
of bin binremarks hisremarks lilaremarks
nese lee situation tUlltol In th course
remarks the deut alluded Rludcll to Amerl Amerlcon
con business hU1ln 9S compcitltlon 01 1 tlOl1 saying lylng the thoAmerican theAle1can theAmerican
American Ale1can peril pCIl um IM Advancing ndlneln toward towardthem tuwardthem awardhierix
them with wih wi t It methodical letholllal filet 1101 lea I rapidity ralll ra lxiii < lty The TheNapoleons TheNlpoleons TImeNapoleomis
Napoleons of American Industry de declared thedared < c cdllrell ¬
dared openly olenl that thlt their enterprlso enterprlsomeant cntorluIRoIlnnt entenpilsomacant
meant Ilnnt the conquest of IJuropo I uroll and ant her hereconomic hereconomIc hereconomic
economic ruin The Thl Yellow Yelow peril peri wan wanmore wnl wasinure
more ore distant than the American peril perilbut peri perilbut
but the lii Chinese had been given ctv n a warn warning war suarnIt ¬
ing 111 It which tw hllh ought not to be neglected neglectedM
M Deleassc clcns e replIed 11led In a reassuringunamuter reassuring reassuringmanner reassuringnlllr
manner nlllr regarding China Chlnl He said all the thaFrench theFrench theFrench
French troops would leave lee at the ear earliest earhost eurlest ¬
host lest possible lo ellle moment mOlwnt The powers only onlyInsisted on onIn onlyinsisted
Insisted In l tctl on 01 measures lensureH of Justice Justce having havingthe hn111thl
the thl charcter of reparation ellrtion for the past pastand Ilstnl11 PttStaimil
and nl11 guarantees aULrantees for the thl futurehlegardlng future futureRegarding tutureHelardlnl
Regarding Helardlnl the lie Indemnity Inllelnlty Franco Francothought Irncl FrancehioiUhit
thought the lie Immediate Inmrllte payment Illymont of u alump ulump ulump
lump sum lum was preferable IlreCorll1le China ac accepted nceptell tseopted ¬
opted the thl lie principle of if an Indemnity Indemnityno IlIlemlllty IlIlemlllty10niE indanmnItysonic
10niE no sonic trie months ngo n o and idle Ile hit now no consents consentsto on lmts lmtsto
to pay tho ho Indemnity Indemllr demanded demanto It I IH IHsaid II Issaid
said she sl will wi pay 11 a > with wih her customs customsduties cusloml ouistotxistuttle
duties < Utl8 Hut commercial COlllrrlnl relations relltons will willnot wi willnot
not 10t be Injured Injuld no H I 1 1M Intimated Intlnn1011 that thatchina thnthln lintlimit
china hln heiself heselt will wi pay Jf hit the he Indemnity Indemnitywhich Indemnltwhllh Indeninitrivlilcii
which whllh was only Just and anl also III o the tii ex expense expense cxlenses ¬
pense Incurred Inelrrd by the lie powers powersM powes
M 1 le Del Tournelles Toureell do Constant COltnnt sug suggested suggeatod U UIe ¬
gested tod that tmt the powers pOer agree not to toaccept toaCfpt toaccept
accept Ie exorbitant Ixorhltall private claim claln tosiiich to towhich towhich
which M Delcasso PICIIHO replied replrl that the theprinciple tl theiriuwiiile
principle of o these claims clalns had already aireadyaccepted alreadybeen alreadyIl
been Il accepted
HAVIJI Im FKOM llO1 lANCHIXO lANCHIXOMayor I IjYChjl IjYChjlriumInr XOIO XOIOInror
Mayor Tlirontiiicil lhreltlllll 10 Shoot First FirstMnn Plrll PlrllIII hirati
Mnn III i a ii Crosslni CrIsHlns lull J JII a I I Threshold ThresholdNew Thrclholcl Thrclholclew ihnislpolNew
New ew York YOII June Jlnl 4 4 4A A special to a the theWorld thoorlll therionPl
World orlll from roiti McKHesruirt 11tsPlt 1a PI pays paysFive saYI raysFIve
Five PI thousand thou111 iwnnlr attempted ulemptell to take takeUenjamln takeBenjamin takeflenjamuiln
Benjamin Petty Ftt tI arrested nrrelled on the charge chargeof chlrll
of assault aNnul on a threeyearold girl nlrlfrom Ilrl Ilrltrom girltrout
from the tIl lit police fnr fi r 11 t he purpose IHrpO of oflynching otInchln Iflynching
Inchln lynching him Only On HIP I itt Intervention Interentoll of ofthe otthe ofthe
the mayor who ho thientcned thlenlln11 to shoot Iioti the theIlrst theIlt theilrt
Ilrst Ilt man crossing crolln the threshold thrthOld of the thejail theJai thejail
jail Jai mid AII the quick ullk notion arton of It the pollre polieiiised pollresaved loUrl
saved 1ell the th prisoner A patrol wagon full fullof ful till tillof
i of tKillcemen IKlremen dashed cruhllllll up Just Jlit In time tlml and anda Ind IndI
a I despeiate dlllate light n ht took place pinel for or posses possession POSS POSSIon possesslomi ¬
Ion of the thl prisoner prlollr After Afer ten minutes minutesIhe
the police Iiolce were Ire victorious victhrlouslImIetne3ei ltorloul ltorloulI
lImIetne3ei I 1 IIwr I 1 Han la Not NotNew nt hleslgmitul hleslgmitulNett UIHIsnttl UIHIsnttle
New e York Yen Juno Junl President 41rlsllent Have Hnvemeyer Haemeyer Havemeyer
meyer of the thl American AlnerlAI Hugar Ituflnlng ItuflnlngCo lofinln
Co 0 said 111 last night nl < ht that h he had hal not re resigned roshnft nosIgned ¬
signed shnft and mi the stories tnrl 1 that Illt he h Intended Intendedto
to do so were without wihout foundation foundationSHOT CuundntlonSIOI foundationhiOl
SHOT SIOI hiOl THU flJ ri1llAlsig ri1llAlsigun MAKSIIAl MAKSIIAlllo tISU tISUII
llo II Turned and a 11 Put Thrco ThrcoInto Hlle hhuiiit hhuiiittutu
Into lit HN II AISIISIIII n III HcCnro rlr I IChicago 111 imulIhig imulIhigChicago Il IlChlrago
Chicago June 4A special to theTribune the theTribune
Tribune from rain Metropolis 1rtl01 III I gays gaysMarshal 81 SttsMarshal tw twTribune
Marshal llrhal W VS K 1 Oakes ake was Flint fhot In theback the theback th thWHk
back WHk Just jl t below 1101 the heart latn latl last lastnight Intt Inttnlfht lastnight
night nlfht and IUII fatally tftlly injured by A M Cov Covngton eo eoIn ori oriington
ngton In ton n hotel hotII and anillluon paloon 1oon keepir kepe Cov Covngton CO COIngtll CoSington
ngton In turn was RM hot three thru thr tlmeand times tlm1 timesand
and ant Instantly InllAntl killed kll1 by b Marshal llrHhal Ctokea CtokeaThe OAkeThe OkesThe
The shootln phltn WI was ns mused IU 1 by I n visit IMlt to tohe tnth to1w
th he hotel by 1 the marshal mlrhnl who demand demanded ¬
ed 1 tint rortaln Irlaln women olrn whom Covlngton Covlngtonmd OVIngtlflhail
md ben harboring bt sint nt nwny nwnyMarshal IWO IWOlalhal nwa nwa7iinrsbah
Marshal lalhal ekes having delivered d < lIellll hli hl
J
oidor 1111 turned tur11 to io 10 AH Al soon SOOI ns fS his hisbhk hl8bb lilabnik
Covlngton Covlngtonshot
bhk was turned however hOleer
bb
shot him Wheeling about Iboll MarshalOak Marshal MnrshalOk iareliiilUitk
hll
Oak brought his revolver rpoler Into action nctlonam ncton nctonIWI
before he foil II from mcmii his hll wound he hehad hehal hehaul
am oll
lJefolI fl
of ofhis othiM ofIi
had peril nt three bullets bulet8 into the lie body
hal his Ii is asHQMln ln a and a a d killed 1le1 him himMarshal hI I ma malitrshial
aMa
Marshal Oukea was fillIng fUnl the unex uncxplred unexilreih
plred term of Ou lui H Crouch who wart wartkilled wal usaHhillel
killed 11111 11111 last February whIle whie making rallng an anarrest n1 n1nrrest anarrest
arrest arrestKiT nrrestH arresti11ChtiIi
KiT H i11ChtiIi 1JIJlm inxrii IS ii4RiSiONSiltIil ii4RiSiONSiltIiligiishi IgSIOXSIljl IgSIOXSIljlI iu iuWar
igiishi I tH War nr iu r Ollluo Ole ilISauiOle SndtMes SIlHrl lllanio lllanioIor Inlo Inlolil
Ior lil No I News Xns uus 11 < m Him HimNew 111 111Nell ilbitiNew
New York Iune 4A 4 dispatch to the theTribune theJrlbunl lie lieJnlbune
The h war warolllce warote warcube
London pays
from
Tribune lunlon PIS
Jrlbunl time Insaihthiing In Insaddling In1111dlll
olllce authorities luthorllll have lost no tme
ote saddling Lord Kitchener with responsi responsibility rOlonsl rOlonsl1IIIy roitionsiIdutty ¬
1111dlll 1011 satisfying the lie public de demand tieinaxiti ¬
bility for not lyll pubJc
1IIIy South SouthAfrica SouthMrlrn SouthAfrica
from natO
trustworthy news fol
mand 18111 for or trultllrth
Africa Suspicion notwithstanding notwithstandingHtlll notwlhltndlnJ notwlhltndlnJMtll
that tho lie home olllclals are areholding oreholdlnr mirehioldlnpr
Htlll exists thC olcial
Mtll OlltH Information Thestar The Thewar Thewar
holding back some 10ne InCornlllon
holdlnr war olllce Is helntr Inundated l with wlh nu numerous nUllernUI nuineroux ¬
merous olct inquiries 11IUIlpI because of the curnancy cur currency curreny ¬
nancy lernUI that has been IIon given to a rumor rumorof rumoro
nrltlsh h defeat H would notinjuis not notInjuie notInjulC
wilous Iefta I
of H
o fIIOUH 111t details of ofthe otthe oftime
the lie Hrltlsh army If the lie Iletnls
Amy I
Injuie Irltl81
the Vlakfontelii Iakttnteln light tChl which mult IUlt by bvthis bythll bythIs
this time Inn have hn VI reached rualllc Lord Kitchen Kitchener ¬
thll were tme telegraphed home ut once and andIt nnllI
er
It would help to 0 rclltve the lie uneiulntBS uneiulntBSfelt uneaslnlssfel
I b million Ion or more of English Englishmen Encl9h Encl9hIwn ¬
felt by n I 10re
1 I
1
fel with relatives at the thefront thetront therant
men Iwn and ImI women wltl rolulos
front frontWAU trontWAI rantWAIt
WAIt WAI OFFICE O FIC ANNOUNCEMHXT ANNOUNCEMHXTIxindon ANNOUCEmXT ANNOUCEmXTIondon
London June 3The war olllce olllcemade ofce ofcemde officemade
announcement to tonight tonight toiiIght ¬
made the ixe following nnnounccnant
tolowlng
night All the lie Information Intormaton received receivedfrom relell relellfrom neceiseitfrom
from Lord 1 Kitchener IWIIIntr respecting rlllectlnl ro rocent rofent nocent
cent engagements In South Africa has 1msbeen ha habfn hasbeix
been communicated Ilnnnunlcntl to t the tli public publicNothing tiubiteNnthiin ubBc ubBcN
Nothing N oth Ing has yet et come rOI through to toIlluminate toIlunlnnt toii
Illuminate ii lii miff It the Ill I lie Vliikfonteln VIIJtnntcln V Itik omit ci ii nfTnlr ncalr a a in tho thoonly thonlY hi cx cxonly
Ilunlnnt tha thaIlrst thoIut th thfirst
since
only dispatch Ilsllnth on ifl n the th < subject luhJet sinc
first olflcliil announcement IwnouJlrellt boliiK holl u uthreeline nthrfelne itthreelIne
Iut threeline message from Lord lorl Kitch ifItehicrier Kitchener Kich KichIJEr ¬
crier thrfelne issued IIISII this morning mOIJllf giving glvlnl three threeadditional thloo1ldllolal tinesinldhtioiial
additional IJEr 1ldllolal names nmel uf olllccrs nCl1 killed killedCeremonial killedCereuuiouufmul killedCeltlwnlll
Ceremonial Celtlwnlll SUIoonioynlty Shin ci 41 JInl iioynUy OrawliiR OrawliiRNew OrowillNew routIuigNew
New York Juno 4 tA A dispatch IItpltch to o tho thoTribune thoIrllJule hornlbuime
Tribune from trm coin London says IIa Ai the theking thekinK he heking
king IrllJule has u marked talent tlient for arrang arranging arransIIII arranglag ¬
1 de dotails details detalM
function anti supcrvlHlng ¬
lag court tunfoM luftrlllng
IIII tails the lie > ceremonial aide of royalty rOllt IH IHgradually 11 11rn1IAlh isrnIiigiit
talM tl
gradually rnIiigiit developing Iefllllr The Th rectaL n ont In
veHtlture ll wan WOI enlarged iuno Into u 1 ii brilliant brilliantand Irllalt IrllaltRnd
function with anabtmnlance an anabundance annhunllnlc
and picturesque IU1 tllllon
abundance 1ltUI of culoi III and gold Jhllace lace Tin Tingold Tit Titohltkk TImegall
nhunllnlc gold ohltkk stick th shier flltr stick the garter gutterkutiga garterklngatarins trter trterIIII
klngatarins IIII kutiga ntarra aritis and the thl white whie stavoa stavO and andchief a11 a11chllt apilchief
chief officers of the th royal household householdwore houlohlll houlohlllwr
chllt
wore wr In olrlrl nttemlanc lenlnncl In the throne thronelln thronellnwih room roomwith rooniwith
with the yeomen Ylmn eomefl of It the tl 1w punrd JuINI within withinand withinHn witimloand
wih of honor outside St StJatm HtJampl Stsmnes
and Hn < 1 guard oltHlle
> The he investiture was ns accom aceomlihishiell accomplished ¬
Jatm Jampl smnes s IItttur nel nel1IIIh1
plished with wih a I great rea degree deg of statull statullness statol
ness 1IIIh1 in the th iirewnn preI rPstni of a large com company comJllny coinjlftfl ¬
nC8 olllcers Includ IncludInir Inchuillag
of dlMtlnKtitsmMl Ilclud
pany jlftfl dhltncul8hll oleerH
lag Jllny Oencrals n ncr8l lloberts lolrt huller 1ullr Fores Forestier IoresrWalker Forest
111 Clare ClareyllrackenbuigMiiklnnon ClareiiraekerihurgMaIklnitOui
tier t ltrWalker Walker PoleCarew Cnrc CnrcJrrkflur
llrackenbuigMiiklnnon IIklnnoJ and other vet veterans vetcrans et etlran ¬
Jrrkflur
erans of the thl South African Atrloll war warProuiotlnc warProlot svarlroitmutltig
Prouiotlnc Prolot 111 CalUornln CalUornlnChlcag Cal1Irlln Iuittrctl IuittrctlChxfrag r IIrc t tChkago
Chlcag June Junt 4 Thomas 4homal Tunibull Tumbul of ofCalifornia otaltorla ofalifornia
California who Is representing rellr entllg the hi In Industrial Intlustrlal indimetrial ¬
dustrial altorla Interests Intr ltl of that state tatc btforo btforothe IJtoro IJtorothe beforothe
the iontrrcsslnnal Industrial In u8trl1 commis commission conunli conunlin conunisehrn ¬
lOngNllonnl hH hHwnv hi hiWI hitsitn
sion n pa pat paused fd through thrlgh Chicago on
Mr tr Turnbull will willRO wiiigo
wnv itn to Waihlngton furnbul wi
WI WRhlnJlon and tell tellof t tellof
RO before the th internment IIernlpnt body b l lut
of loIKfor the need of the Callfornlans Caltorlan and andnake gnu gnumnakt
nake 81 thl sugK UUggsttOfl UIItlon8 stlons that thft will wi It Is hoped hopedresult hovl hovlrl8ult hopedresult
result In better conditions onlltlll in the state stateAccording Itatl ItatlCrdlnl stateAceordin
rl8ult II lUf
ot otIlrllnl ofjensn
According to Mr Turnbull Turnlul hundred hUOlrtl o olersuns
Crdlnl are prevented from settling lUllnr In Inallfnriili IIICallrnln intaliforiult
allfnriili lersuns Ilrllnl bei lwfu hirttIt plentet nuso ° of IC the high railroad railroadates mllr1 mllr1latlI rnllroailiatea
Callrnln Presidenthays President Presidentlay PruldontIfY
ates Hecentlv however hoe4r
latlI hays lay of npfntr the tl11 Southern Pacific Ptln road roal ho horays hI hIIY hapays
rays IfY baa hal had ha J excursion fare ta put Into Intnffed intoffet Intored
IY insulted in ox oxidtis eccdiii X Xodll
ffed and this thll has h lule an
Intl
idtis red of 30000 10 people Jfle to the thl coast Oa Mr MrTurnbull MrTuirnbulh IlrTunbul
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would wouldKit woulIn
thousands more
Turnbull say y tlollnd mor
Tunbul California were the thl rates lower lowerhull lowerthf1 lowertliuii
to wer
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hull In they thpy an a now nn This will wllK be ainoni ainonihe alon alonthl ainunilie
thf1 he many things thIn urged urlt1 by I the tht Califor California Caltor Caltornll ¬
ala thl nll 111 representative rllr Iltatht Irrigation Is II also alsomdlv alo aloaI alsoP511
mdlv aI nldd A better Ilttr system ttn of wa waorln watlrln ivarring
tlrln orln rring I uvls ln Mr Ir Turribull says tS would wouldir oult
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