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RB MKINLEV HAS HASBLOOD HASBLOODINFECTIONa
BLOODINFECTIONa BLOODINFECTIONaaused BLOOD INFECTION INFECTIONallsed
alised by Periostitis of the Index Finger FingerCase Fingerlier Fiiigeiller
lier Case Now Presents Pres nts aMore a aMore aMOIe
More Hopeful Aspect
8Mrfl McKln McKlnna
I h1ngt1 i Juno
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were In consultation consultations
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q I ti s today and subsequent subsequentn
I t tIll Mlatement of the thef thorM jur
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i Iry ry I r the Mines1 IIfl Horn Ofl1 which whichifftrlns whllh1JiJ
rM t ifftrlns rIng was Issued Such Suchiw SuchltA1rln SUthEIJfl
1JiJ iw been promised from fromand tromf fromf
ltA1rln and flt white In San FInn Frondtl FInnLIJ FrnflI
f tun Iii
dtl ttio Piesldent li c8kleflt deBited desltedi deBitedi1iflW11t
I I i 101111111 inont of tho nature of ofH ofiii
I ra illness given Ivcn to tho thoone thopt
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Kh U KhU iii I I one UC reason or another anotherlUheld allotherHilI Ithothergw
pt lUheld up to tho present presenti pro ont ontfo1Iov8
k klit HilI gw
i IyIIn i im Is an follows tollowsr1 followsnliys
jr Ifl1 nliys Illnoss has 11O been a an aIJ atifl
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r1 In n rcbUltlng from perlostl perlostln
IJ In n n lfX x nnger nn el bone felon felonm
J m fl Los IjO Angclui and whkh whkhi
lit I d i i treated by Incision Tho Thon3lliU TIlOr TIlOndltI lhurI
ii I f fll r n3lliU ndltl 11 of f exhaustion e wa wanme wall walli
ll rI i r 0 th nme 111I blood bloo Infection as
with a dtarrahoca Sho Im Improved 1mprovcd tmproved ¬
Bavornted I
however nnd was hroufcht hroufchtLm brouhthalO broUliItibm
proved loss Ofstrength of ofstrength atstrength
Lm without
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cause of unx unxlety unXlety Ufl Ufllety
Tho principal
strength
nrrlnm nrrlnmWashington arrival In InWUllhlnsthn inWashington
lety In her case since II nee her
Washington has been Jeelllloule acute > ute ondocardll ondocardllis
mem membrane IIIcmImlllEl uienlhrne ¬
lining
of the
Inflammation
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ml mltml mltral
Involving the m mtrnl
tho heart
brane of
blood bloodInfection bloo1Il1tectlon bloodInfection
trnl valve the rsult of the same
ho bol hoIIlOgI08RIc hoprogiessive
to
not appear
Infection This does oes
has been in in inprovcment 1mproVClllent 1ii1proveneflt
und there
l roBietmle provcment > In the diarrhoea nndI Inher InherUencial III her hcrpnelnl hergtimeral
Uencial pnelnl condition CHII lion Mrrt Zd III r Mcc Mcccaso ltcllnle1I ltcllnle1Icaso
sCllts a amoie nmOlo 0IUrO
caso nt the present 1 tlmo presents J1T1
moie cheerful aspwt usp U8flt4tThe t tlhe
The Htatemcnt that Mrs Ir MoKlnley IoWnleylICI1S0 B Brase
this tlmo presents a morehope morehopeful more hope bOPeii ¬
case at has hasco hasCOI11o hascompo
bent word that
ful ii aspect IH the
nick room since tho orris1Ll or orrlviil IIIrival
the
co compo rival no from of the distinguished < 1 pnllont atient In InVashlngtun inlVashington
The President PI slllent feels con conHldernldy conmldraliiy on onHldlrabl
AVashliiKton couiagcd Today was Mrs MrsJIclClnley8 Mrslc1inleyH Irs IrsMcKlnll1
Hldernldy birthday and many beau bllull bllullful I Iful
JIclClnley8 tho thoWhite thoWhlto ho1lilto
gifts were left at
ful Iloivera and llll
White House for her
I Ii fliPIULIPPINETAffiFF PHILIPPINE TARIFF STANDSO 5T ANDS
8A dispatch received receivedMI rccocl rccoclI
y fa B June
tb lii h Philippine tariff stands standsttB 8tandcu
I Ei MI V
Which Is being beingJ bclllrtJ
cu ttB M t r w V tariff
J j In Washington Wnshln ton Is put n l force forceLj torcet
I rtJ 1 Col Colrrjs Colnlds ColflfdS
Lj t Jtd dh i thO t4I excitement caused by
rrjs Washington dispatch Indl Indlthp Imlli imliIt
thp abolition of tho Philippine Philippineyif
It i t
yif UzL UzLi II will
report
i etor tor Smiths annual
of ofdutlea otdulle ofdutle
thow that the amount In gold
dutlea collected Is flu follows followsImports to1l011I111110rts folIowilmfliorts
Imports for the thirtytwo months monthsof
of tho American occupation Jll615000 Jll615000exports H 1llOOOepOrt8 lGOOO lGOOOexports
exports lG982to lG982toThe lG i69S2OThe S2tO S2tO1hll
The total vuluo of the imports and andexports andeXIJortR andVMOFtR
exports and the totals of the duties dutiesand dulleRand dutiesand
and tommga are ai 11 e all more than doubled doubledas
as compared eUIIIlllIrC with the average of any anydecade anydlCade anydecade
decade during the Spanish regime
lijreR I OVERLAND ND UfdlTED DERAILED
Wyo Juno SThe over overcastbound overI1nd overhat
rijttW
hat lunllod castbound on the Union Unionud
I it E rallrad ud wan derailed early this thisn thisnrrJ thism0tZ
Hannn Wyo No one oneTne oneIi1J oneijk
m0tZ nrrJ n near r
Ii1J ijk tid The train which wall due duea duehu
Is 1 expected to ar
hI it t I > > a m
S
OUm OUmj Giti iI1
ItXP ItXPjirilnpm lmSCl lm Slm
Y ntlull With WithH VRiilEer
jirilnpm j fIlllr fold ronvirsailon if vll
H lEer r Brother Just After Ilcr tho Killing KillingKansas HlIlIn HlIlInKansas 1liiingKAnsas
8LUlu 8LUluMn 8IUluNndfanrd SLtiiuhniwJy
Kansas CUy < IIi V Iu June
Mn Nndfanrd Ivfanrjy cmd convulsively In Ini Inurlraulll
when n at ntrtffl
2 i I urtraom this tI morning
t s tritln r tIIl > 41 U t a t conversation held heldi hold1h
i 1h h th Ill Hr8 nl rs favorite brother brotherS
S t IIrlnll irini Irin i a f w minutes after the thet
t ng of Kinnp I KflIUdY nnriJ < l > Mrs Kennedy was wast wasYd IIS IISr
t teJ eJ from the th room In an effort to to4cth toI tort
4cth rt I her r but when IfII she was brought broughtk1 brou ht htI
k1 I < d a few r minutes later she sobbed sobbedt
t J 1 an eel I tmally eollapsed entirely entirelyota entlrelr
r 1 ota to piwei with the trial Judge JudgeK
K I rd crdTid C > Tdlll iin iidjuuinment until untilV
V l ay J and the th prisoner moaning and nndud andAI
AI a ud is 5 carried bodily across acrossft
ft t to her cell 11 This was the thefan thott theti
fan tt 1111 I j n r I n of a breakdown Jrea kdowli the t he prls prlsjsilii prlaS
C jsilii S dp1a d since the killing in inir InItjr In4t
ir Itjr jy hut I Bt the tb onl nttltudu and up upar up1rI apar
ar ar 1rI hirIng irlns she has shown shownt
b1 I t mi In t ty > > puzzled tho olllccrs ollicerst I
1 t t 1 i hr III their care careilirif caroi
1 ilirif 11 r rt Lithfleld Iit hOell a former formera
I a ao of lit BIlt it Prlncp was on the theft th thre
ft r H sjriinr nrl lirr testimony of yes yesfiir yeslay es esYr
Yr fiir lay iiu III ghp told lit Prince Prlncuto11 PrinceI PrinceIill
to11 I < H tli hi 1It HV building at the time timer
jl r r and of his conversation conversationHtl
r Htl i iil h I liw ia nIP The defense o had hadI
I a 11 I I n I i nnerf IlI1allon > atlon being L lnl re rcJ reI rej
J I I i VafforO reserved hl hlrdiy his hlar
r I U p I rdiy di announcing this thistl
ir 1 t tr F tl state would be per porti
r f fVtt ti 10 o testimony testimonyof
1 Vtt iii h of th thp > state Is that Bert Ilerti
r ti r Ii i with his brother Will Willr ilI
1 J n h1 s f t ttr r C e W V Prince all of ofiMng ot111m ofr
tr 111m r ni a1 a1rf a sting trial on a charge chargrjtu chnrfI
rf I i11 rr t tI ta th tMm tu 11 j the murder had con conKennedy c n np
p 1 111 h > M Kennedy to t kill Kcn Kcnf on onY
4 Y f r1 I t > i the male members of ofprepont otNeppnl
1 prepont In the build bulldto
J II1 to lh different entrances entrancesi
I P i I > e RaIle = ape apeI
li t u I L d today toda testified to tor
r r i Ilt in t Prince on tho floor floorKr 11001M
a M Kr s olUco a moment nf nfir
I ti hp I
I 1 r said lId Miss Lltchnold LltchnoldJ
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a I J n l downstairs that some someImt
ha h Imt 111 t Bert said Lulu Luluf
1 It > f him what was coming comingHl
Mm MmI1 1T1 Hl not treat her right rightir
I1 I 1 1At r 11 t 1m
At A if ift
t ir Kennedy gave av way wayi
if ifM 1 i and was taken fromaI from
M r I I Prince nrl nce who w I 10 h I II a ain ar i iiI
1 aI r in 1a1 as since her In Inmore InIIr Ina
r iI
more apparently np tentl luau thniimi luauI
IIr a
I mi mmberK mbors of the faint faintar nmlfIr
v 1 1TJ
u ar prisoners TrJ OnlrR situation situationritiv
t I ntlv holding concerts concort8I ooneertMrs
I 11 Mrs Irl Kennedy Cenncr1 had hadi 11111iH hadItIPn
iH n i itium for him luiuuuI nnd nndit
I r it j 1 his bi mime had any nn nni anyh
i h th thimfl In cas rnReJ
1 > m Mrs Kennedy oc oct ocr
J t a table with her at ati ntcr atih1
cr r I i ih1 h > ut her dally Ilnll arc arcM
1 M hI V her 1ie mother who whotI vhoI ho hon
It i
I n bolt encP nIl n since her nr nrimior nrI
tI I I
I II J r imior I f < j ter Mrs MrsIcon Leon nnd nndIrr
Irr 1 IH 1411 el < Frequently I rltllIelltl dur durIon durIon durI
it Ion of court her rela rclaM relahlI relain
I
hlI r M ntlun to her Today Tollt TolltI Todayavo
I I d f rave aYo vent to hor hori herqjI
TJ I i her fntlier tried to toM tol tolM
l lM M 1 M Prlnc and Mrs Mrsi
t r i in thrlr s lIn seate ntfl te making makingthe mnkInI
I rlOt the woman womanIT
h IT teitlflcd t > IUf1 d to n Bert BertrI rt rtf
rI 1 f ftast rocnjted 1 the murder murderi
I
rI 1tt i Ih h murdpr occurre ocollrred ocollrredr < l lPinep
Pinep v rtccosled co costed tetl him while whileinpcr whllofI hIle hIlea
r
fI I inpcr J nJ > fr account n of KPJI KPJIiinulmpnt Ienra iCeziri5
ra ri5 iinulmpnt ulmpnt or tho mar mnrlil mar1J marhii
ni 1J I lil remarked Youll Youlli You ouil ouilL II
L II i in n that about him before beforeV
I
1 lI n r I Hhr 1 V l < tr r told of seeing Mrs Mrsi Ir Irn
9 n flirt i rt Prince fgethpr In InKennedys Inbur1
Nn NnOUrj UI1 1 I Kennedys j lnnc IY1 ejfflco n fewU few fewmurder te
11 murder and Clifford Cllftonlt Clifforutlbtt
lbtt t 1 1 ti having seen l Prince Prlncpu
t u UI the > game time with a ahe aI1
a1a a 011 I1 he dj I id not know knowCn knowtnArr knowIHRrr
tnArr Cn Cepnrr plrnpy Cn COIlr COIlrr Cusesyo1rn p
syo1rn OUrj r JInI 8Ihe linger consplr consplrwas
was aR brought to t a sudden suddenit etIddeles
C les tul Oru Bop it shortly after court courtOdli
tothy Odli by the iii 11
rlvo about 3 oclock this afternoon afternoonThe ntternoonl110
The accident occurred at 220 oclock oclockthin oclocletbl11 oclocktblim
thin morning Tho engine tcndercom tcndercomposlte tcnderconhposlte tendercorflosite
poslte car mall car and two Pullmans Pullmansleft
left the rails A tramp stealing a rifle riflehad rlflohad ridehad
had his arm broken but nobody else CMJwna clsoi elsewoo
i was injured
ness of J J McDonald Attorney Attorneyfor
for D 1 linger Mr McDonald faint falntoa
I oa In the th midst of Hl 1111 i HPM HPeochYII HPeochYIItlrdl pPech I VPS VPSterday ytsterduty
terday tlrdl but appeared In coUrtlol1ny court today He Henltompted HentolllJtcd lieattenipted
nltompted to talk but failed pitifully pitifullyA
A physician who wai 115 summoned de declared decJared dedared
dared that the lawyer would not live liveten 110ten liveten
ten minutes If he attempted to address addressthe
the Jury anti Judge Tulley rulle accordingly accordinglydeclared accolllOIlyllellarNl accordinglydeelared
declared court adjourned until Monday Mondaywhen Mondayhien londllYwhen
when hien an attempt will be made to finish finishthe tlulshthe hinishthe
the arguments anum nts and give the case to tho thoJury thoJury thejury
Jury
Speech from Spanish 811alll ll Throne ThroneMadrid ThloncIarlrld TlmroicMalrid
Madrid June 8 Sfhe The speech from the thethrone thethrono thethrone
throne today while dealing with fI flnaces fInaces finaces
naces does not mention m ntlon taxation of the thepxtcrlor themcterlor theexterior
exterior debt
Presidential IIIHIII ellllill e ii ialitpiioi Appoint Ipolll ii t incuts incutsWashington mu c mm t s sWnshlnlon BWashington
Washington June 8 STho Tho President Presidenttodny PresIdentton Presidenitoday
today ton appointed Imer H Stephenson Stephensoncollector Stephensonco1eetor Stephensorcollector
collector of Internal revenue district districtof dl trlet trletor
of Nebraska and Myron H McCord McCorclUnIted McCordUnited lcCordUnited
United States marshal territory of Ari Arizona ArIzona ¬
zona zonaMr zonaIr zonaMr
Mr Ir McCord was formerly tormerl > governor governorof
of the territory territoryThe territorTho
The President also made the tollowIn follow following ¬
ing In appointments In the army armyChaplainsWilliam armyCullllnlnsWllllam armyChaplainsWIlliam
ChaplainsWilliam W Brander Jas JasL
L I Griffey John C Qranvlllc and John JohnM JobsM
M 1 Moore Moorefaptaln Mooreaptain Iooroaptnln
faptaln Artillery Corps CorplIIenry Henry W WWhitney WWhltne WVhitney
Whitney WhitneyDlist Whltnellst Vhitneyrirst
Dlist llst Lieutenants Artillery Corps CorpsLovcrett CorpsLoveretl CorpsLoverett
Lovcrett Colcmnn nnd Fted B Put Putnam lutnam Putnan ¬
nam
snvnv rnnsovs ivjuitni 1JUIEDitaul ivjuitniHad I xW Him HimlInli
Had n 1 Narrow Ksenpa E IaIIO from llclng llclngIhirncil I1cln I1cln11urllClI hieingBurnett
Ihirncil Alive AliveChicago live IIrChlcngo liveChicago
Chicago Juno SSev S Seven n persons were werehurt werehurt verehurt
hurt early today escaping from fire ro In Inthe Intho inthe
the Golden West est hotel on West Math MadUson Mathson Iadl Iadlson
son street The fire started on the sec second second secend
ond floor and an though It did little prop propsiwna props1 propsn1
siwna s1 anf pouamsfj p atij lfJ oSutuBp ofluwpJumpel Ajia AjiaJumped qHjumpl1
Jumped from windows Of the second and andthird nndthird andthird
third flora floraThe florsThe HorsThe
The Injured InjuredNicholas InjuredNicholas InjuredNicholas
Nicholas Clodsen proprietor of the thehotel thehotel thehotel
hotel hotelJacob hotelJncob hotelJacob
Jacob WIrth WlrthRoce WIrthno WirthBose
Roce no e McKenna McKennaJohn MeKennaJohn lcKennl1John
John McKenna McKennaAlbert McKennaAlbert MoKennaAlbert
Albert West Weston WestonIrso WestonIrse on onMrse
Mrse Albert Weston WcstonWm WestonWm eaton eatonSm
Wm McCnrbcrg Oak Glen Ills IllsAll IllsAll IllsAll
All will recover recoverrUKIOHT recoverPltlICilIT recoverPItIIGi1T
rUKIOHT TRAINS COLMDL COLMDLKngliicpr COIitIDlImgItIeer
i I
Kngliicpr gll llIet1r Killed 1IiielaIuiPiremILmUM and FlrcnmnH Skill SkillIs Skui
Is i Hailly 11alll Fractured FracturedOttawa JolacturcdOttawn FracturedOttawa
Ottawa Kansas June 8 Sfwo Two Mis Missouri 3iissoon 119 119sOUII ¬
soon Pacific PacI freight trains t ruln collided collidedheadon collldOl1hendoll
headon at Lane last night wrecking
both engines nnd a number of onra onraOne QRrllOno nrt nrtOne
One new Jumped nnd was caved En Engineer BnIneer Engimseer ¬
gineer Ineer Ilumbgardner r wn was killed In InICI0ntl n nKtnntly flstasitly
Ktnntly ICI0ntl his fireman George Davis Davishad Davisha1 Iavishail
had his skull ftacturpd and was a8 injisred In Injured Injure ¬
jured Internally and 0111 the bend brake brnkernan brakemOil brakemtiti
mOil was bniUy hurt All Allllvc live at Osa Osawattomle 05awaltoml Osawattomnie
wattomle Kansas KansasHothuH I Kansashlotimas nllsas nllsasnotha
HothuH Itcquckt t ibr Conrprcncc ConrprcnccLondon Conrcrcllee10ndoll ConrcreumceLonclout
London June S SThe The war office ofllceknows ufficeIIIIOWR officeknown
knows nothing of tho alleged roquent roquentof
of Gen JJothn the Hoer commander for fora
a conferenw with Lord Kitchener at ntStanderlon attanrJerlon attanderIon
Standerlon The olllrlals here i ItlJlnt ItlJlntout rwilntnut > olnt olntout
out that If any anr ny inquest hnd Il leen wn < < n ma ma10 ma10ot < ia iaof
of the th kind I Lord < ord Kitchener would wouldImve wouldinv oullhl
hl Imve inv Immedlatoly notified the govern government government governmat ¬
ment
Students Threaten to Lcnvp LcnvpSallna Ira IraSnllml lienpSauna
Sauna Kan June S Practically nil nilof nilot nilof
of the students of the tli Weileynn unl unlvenlty unlCrllt uniersIty
venlty Crllt here have threatened to emit emitthat tuitthat lullthal
that Institution forthwith If the board boardof
of trustees Insist on removing F D DTubbs DIubb DTubUs
Tubbs professor of natural science sciencewhoso sciencewhOJl sciencewhsu
whoso name wns dropp dropped J from the thefaculty thefaeuty
faculty list on Thursday owing owln to his hisIdeas 1I1sleleas hisideas I
Ideas on evolution ev iutlon A secret meeting of ofthe ofthe 1 1the
the executive committee o of the lie board boardTM boardsviuh
TM 011 hold last night to listen to a de defense detense defence ¬
tense of Dr Tubbs bv 11 the stttednts stttedntswho stuedniswho tllcdnlswho
who protested vigorously against the theremoval therClloIII theremoval
removal The committee scemsdeter scemsdetermined seems deter determined determined ¬
mined to displace the professor Dr
a
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1 1i 1JltUfU i
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SAJ1U1l0AY JUNE HI S i901 ALL LAKE OrlY UrlAU NU NUMJ3EIt IJ3ER 171 171h
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SURGEON GENERAL STERNBERG WHO IS TRYING HARD TO TOSAVE TOSA TOSAVE
SAVE SA VB MRS MKIKIEY MKIKIEYDr
Dr Sternlierg Is In IntrcQuent frequent consultation with lth Dm Rltej lllre3JoIitson JohBwn J JbD on Osler and anilother ane aneothlr andother
other physicians who have been called llla In to battle with the th complications c cam pltbltloDS In thecase the thecase tbecase
case of otMrs Mrs McKInley < V i I
1
HENRY 0 3IAVEMEYER 3IAVEMEYERMr 1111 VEMEYERMr
Mr Havcmeycr denies that he ID i to resign us president of the American Sugar SugarRefining SlIgcrHefinlng 3iigArIefinlng
Refining company Lilt the commercial world stems to Insist that there Is some sometruth lI susnetruth lUe lUetruth
truth In the rumor that ha Is to quit
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VWVWVWWVVWVVVVVVVVVVV VWVWVWWVVWVVVVVVVVVVVTubbs
Tubbs was accused of teaching higher highercriticism hlglwrIrlllclsm higiseicriticIsm
criticism to private rlvato classes of students studentsat
at his home homeOciiTncknon hOllllGClIJacklHln bonnGeim
OciiTncknon Geim laekson HIIJH HOIHO CoumusumomiolLexington Commoner CommonerLexington COIIIIIIOlwrIExlngton
Lexington Ky I June 8The Com Commoner Commoner Cornmoner ¬
moner by Hanover to dajii Magarlneby MagarlnebyAlgerlne Mcigarhme1bAlgerlne lngarln b bAlgerln
Algerlne formerly the property of Win WinWallace m mWalhwe inWalhate
Wallace has been sold OIl to Qcn W H HJackson 11JllckRon 1 1Jackson
Jackson of the Hello Mende stud fen Tennessee fen11I88ee Fenntssee ¬
nessee for Jltiooo The Commoner sold soldlast 80111Insl soldlast
last fall In auction sales here to linker HnkerHtothers linker1Iothels linkerjhrotliors
Htothers Klnzea Stone and J 11 Ew living EwIn Ewlug ¬
lug In g for 15025 15025riro 502G1Iro 5O2 5O21ire
riro In IherPtt Wash WashEverett WuslmEverett II h hEoretl
Everett Wash June S SFlre Flro last lastnight lastnlsht lastnight
night destroyed ft lodging house Ed Edward Ellwnrtl1ellr Edvard ¬
ward wnrtl1ellr Kelly n motorman went Into tho thoburning thoburnln theburnIng
burning building and found the land landlady landad landlady ¬
lady ad Mrs E Kltterllng enveloped In InHomes InlIall11s Inilarnes
Homes lIe succeeded In Retting her he to tothe tothe tothe
the street but hulshe she was terribly burned burnedand burnonmI burnedanti
and died this morning morningA
A Cyclone Strikes Oklahoma OklahomaWichita OldnhoJuaWlehltl1 OklahonmaWichita
Wichita Kansas Juno 8 SKear Near Kill Killings NIIIInlts NiHings ¬
ings 0 T a cyclone occurred last lastnight lastnight lastnight
night Many buildings were blownilown blown blowndown blon1I0wn
down and It Is reported that several severallives R syerallives eral erallives
lives were lost Wires are down and andparticulars andJnrtlculars andparticulars
particulars are niengrc niengrcClearetto mengreCllrnrctto meagreCtarctto
Clearetto Klcnd Iius SuicidesChicago Suicides SuicidesChicago SlIlchleChicago
Chicago June S SlIlrt Ilcrt McMahon McMahonaged MeMahonaged lc lnhon lnhonaged
aged 22 crazed from the excessive use UBOof usoot useof
of cigarettes thot himself himsclfhcre hero today todayHo todaylie i
Ho probably will die dieTo dloTo dieTo
To Orgnnlo Sow esv Unions UnionsDenver UnlousDenver UsdommeDenver
Denver Cola June 8 8Wllhln Within a few fewweek tewwoelts fewweeks
week the organizers appointed by b tho thorecent thorecent therecent
recent conventions of tho Western Federntion Fedi Fedierntlon Fed Federntlon
erntlon of Miners and the Western La Labor Inbar labar ¬
bar union will start out on their mis mission 11I11IIlon mIssian ¬
sion of organizing new unions through throughout
out the West Daniel McDonald pres president IIresMent presSilent ¬
Silent of the Western W tern Labor union will willspend willspend willspend
spend three or four weeks weel In Colora Colorado ¬
do organizing oralll ln unions unionsCKSSUS uilionwCISSlJS unionsciSts
CKSSUS KIIAUI GASHS GASHSChief OMmSChlcf iS1 iS1Chief
Chief Maryland 1nrulamuulumimlmlvator Cemsplrator CClII llllIItnr Is 1lI Pniuul Pniuulfittllt lounslGuilty ol111G
fittllt fittlltllaltlmore G Guilty GuiltyItaltimore 1111 I IIllIllImore
llaltlmore Md June S SThe The Jury In Inthc Inthe Inthe
the conoim con IIH fraud CBSPI UfO Inn returned a averdict aordlet averdict
verdict finding Joseph Ching < An n aLtar aLtarny attorney aUorn ¬
ney n of Si Mnrys county guilty ullt On the thefourth thetourlh thsefourth
fourth count of the Indictment for can canspit conIIItIC eonsiirae
spit IIItIC acy > with vit Suyther who iIo pleaded pleadedguilty 1leIlletlIl nleodeilguilty
guilty Il llt but Wn Vns ns not placed on ontllril trlril On Onnil Onnil Onall
nil other counts the verdict Is not notguilty lIotJullty imotguilty I
guilty guiltyflravos JulltyGnnos guiltyhrM
flravos hrM os Howies nnd Abel who were wereJointly werejiumtIy
Jointly Indicted on the same charge chargewvrt eluJItwrl ohrfewere I
were found not guilty guiltyAfter guiltytler guiltyAfter
After tler the trial counsel for the th gunerrnnent gun povcrnmcnt go gocrnment
crnmcnt made a proposition that Abell Abellnndliowlus 4beilnndBowles Jell Jellawpnuwloll
nndliowlus should plead guilty to the thefurther theturther timefurther
further Indictments against them th m on onthe 011the onthe
the charge of padding the census re returns reoturntl seturns ¬
turns without a conspiracy and accept acceptn a IIt IItIi
n slight 1I ht tern of Imprisonment as S sishiment pun punIshment Ilunlahment
Ishment IshmentThe lahmentThe ishimentThe
The matter was left open for further furtherdiscussion rurtherdlllCuEslon furtherdiscussion
discussion discussionMount dlllCuEslonrlllllli discussionruuuumui
Mount Itnrharla Acadoiny Hitnird HitnirdSaltnn JIllrllrllSalina ItiurimeulSaline
Salina Kan June S SThe The Mount MountIJarbarla MountBarbaria IountDnr
IJarbarla Dnr nrlel Military ltltar academy a delny buIlding bulkllrnfwas hulk1l hulk1lWIIA
was struck by b lightning tast night mind IIIIi1destro minddestroyed imUdestroyed
destroyed destro d by b lire The building cost costJ5JOOO costU cost3OOO
J5JOOO U OOO and was partially Insured5nrchiamuess Insured InsuredMnrctilnncfcR Insuredllnrchlolle
MnrctilnncfcR s olAnclpsy 01 n lrlir Not ot Divorced DivorcedLondon IJlrol11london IivoreellLondon
London June S SSlr Sir Francis Jeune Jeunepresident Jeunepresident Jeunepresident
president of the probate divorce and andadmiralty antiadmiralty andadmiralty
admiralty division of the hleh court of
yVvTTyVyVVVVVVTT yVvTTyVyVVVVVVTTJustice vvvvvvvvvvr vvvyvvvr vvvyvvvrjustice
justice has rescinded r the decree of di divorce dIvorce Iivorco ¬
vorce granted to the Marchioness of ofAnglesy orAnglllI ofAngIeB3
Anglesy November 7 last The ar arguments IIIgnnlllItM argunentsu ¬
guments on the application of the re rescinding r rsclndlng semecindhmig ¬
scinding of the decree were heard henr incamera In Incamera IIIcnmera
camera
Ilrltlsh Surprise liners IJocrsCapetown 1IoersCal1eton linersCapetown
Capetown June S Sfhe The British sur surprised surprIsed suriirId ¬
prised two Boer laagers at differentpoints different differentpoints differentpoints
points In Cape Colony Thursday night nightand nightIlIId
and captured 42 4 prlsonuis Uv 16 rounds toundsof
of ammunition and n 1 quantity of sup supplies supPlies jur1l1es ¬
plies pliesA 1l1esA
A railroad wreck occurred near Pre Pretoria Pretoria Psearia ¬
toria June 7 In which nine soldiers soldierswere soldlorllwere soldiersWere
were killed and many lnjur InJurChlclI injurid injuridCiiicngu d dChlcoRo
ChlcoRo ChlclI u Ma fn Arrested In InrlH InrlHParis InrlHIlIrls lnrlHParis
Paris June 8The police of this city cityhave cityhaE cityhave
have > arrested < an American named May MayChurohlll MayChurchill Inythurrhlll
Churohlll who had Intimate relations relationswith rlaUonswith relationswills
with Tom Kdwnrds I one of the bur burglars burJlars butglars ¬
glars who robbed the Paris olllco of ofthe otthe ofthe
the American Kxproia = xllro8 company inAprIl In InApril InApril
April the authorities having decided decidedto
to I charge her with wit complicity In the therobbery therobhen therobbery
robbery She was ns formerly a music musichall musicball musicball
ball performer and had made a tour tourof tourot tourof
of the United Pnlt tI States under tho sobri aubriquet sobriquet 3obrlquel ¬
quet of Chicago Mny MnyWill Mayili IIIYWill
Will ili Ask Hk Ibm Aid 111 for Striker StrikerSnn HlrlklrllSail
Sail Francisco June 8 SIn In response responseto
to an appeal from rota the striking Ironworkers Iron Ironworkers Ironworkerli ¬
workers for financial old Id the San Fran Franrlcco Franrlpeo Franclsco
rlcco council has resolved to ask for forcontributions rorcontributions forcontrIbutions
contributions from all the local labor labororganizations laborurtnlzatlons labor0r5almlZfltions
organizations state federations and ant the theAmerican theAmerican tlse1merIean
American Federation of Labor La or It IH es estimated cifimnated > II IIImuled ¬
timated that 10000 a week will be beneeded IJenoeded beneeded
needed to sustain the men now no out of ofemployment otemploment ofoniployment
employment employmentHcrnhanU emplomentIIcrnhnlItMn oniploymentlicrumbisrult
HcrnhanU May Not Play PIn Itonipn ItonipnLondon 1t01llr0IAndon itommuenLondon
London June S 8Mllle Mine Sarah Bern Bernhardt Dernhardt Bernhardt
hardt Informed a representative ropre dntltIe of the theAwiodated IheAllllotatll lieAmoeiated
Awiodated Trees that hors Is still some somedoubt solnedoubt somedotmbt
doubt ns to whether she will play playHomeo 11In 11Intomeo nlaBorneo
Borneo to Mantle Adams Juliet Her no acceptance noeJ1tnncc nociptahlee ¬
ceptance of the offer was vasnmade made Joking Joklncly
ly 1 but was takes tRk seriously seriouslyMiiic sfrlolslMIIe
Miiic ln SB flrlh rail Iternhnrdt adds addsI
I would Inv to playHomeo pla nl1I11IiO In Bag KngIlih 1nlIIlh Baglish
Ilih hut I ncaroelr lICar think I could ever everuillciently everWllcmently
uillciently master English to do so I
I leuvn CljratPtle CIuctiL ClgaretluIas Law Uphold UpholdManihalltovrn tJllllOhlMar tliulciulMarshaiitown
i iBur
Manihalltovrn Mar hallllrn Iowa Juno S SJullo 8JutlgoButnsaiu Judge JudgeRutnham
Rutnham Bur nitIm rf r ilf III district court today loda d dinl h hvjtled
inl liliffllhat vjtled < l that tli low Clgarttto tax law Is IslotFiliuiloiui 11IIltullnllil isuorpIimumItmial
lotFiliuiloiui nnd that the property proI lt of ofdcAlpiK ofulcalen i iIIcllp
dcAlpiK IIcllp In cigarettes c1la rfltes nd owners of oftiiiildlngs oftwithngs I IlI
tiiiildlngs lI < ldlnlll where they tile are sold may nIl bus IMSnttahpd hI busntia1med
nttahpd nnd nn and foruald for atd Id tax Similar flimliaruiits Similarmilts SImilarliltS
milts pending In other counties have havet haelotI haveawaltl
t lotI e > n awaltljg awltI thp th decision In Marshall Marshallcounty Marehflcounty
county Time American Tobacco com comnany oompany cornpeny
I nany It Is mid will appeal appealCotiimnmleir appealituiiuiatuulor
Cotiimnmleir ijiii Hull trjiircd iJllrctlnullI trjiircdIuff I uJuurculhtuffsin
Iuff htuffsin lo N V June Jti 8 8eommanler 8eommanlerJ < omn nnder nnderJ
J II I Hull of the United Unlt d Sutei navy navyIn
In ii charge of the hydroKraphlc service serviceon
on the PanAmerlcHU grounds tell from fromthe tronlthe tons tonsthe
the dome of the ffovetninent 1Jur tnnt building buildingtoday blilldingtoday buildingtoday
today and v vat ar probably fatally > hurt hurtCornmamlr hurtCrnrnandr hurtummandr
Cornmamlr Hulls lIull skull was frac fractured frnctUN1 roe roetured ¬
tured about the left pyc anti one of his histg hlaIg hislegs
Ig tg wan broken The hospital authori authotilies authorities RuthorlUH ¬
ties My that while his huh Injuries arc ser serious serIous serbus ¬
ious he probably will recover recoverKTATiMiXT rcoerSTATI recoverSTTlMiNI
KTATiMiXT STATI nT PROM pno 1 Silt ISO LAWSOVDecided 14A ISOlecidcd 50X 50Xtlcclllcd
Decided That tho Independence Can Cannot Cnnnol Camnot ¬
not fake Part Inrllil In Cup Defense DefenseBoston tlrIcIiIiCnOlton letcmmseBoston
Boston June 8 SThoma Thomas W Law Lawson LnwsontodA Lawsontoday son sontoday
today Issued the following statement statementIt
It now nOI having been bte settled that the
IwIepeutJene IIIIle ltldene cannot take part In tha thacup thoclp tim timcup
cup uelense 1 will < a > all I can to ur urrunise IIrrunge atrange
range M s many rac metll n as possible for her herluitil h Ime Imeuutfl r rU1ltU
luitil the ivaron 011 climes hat she maw miivshow mawahow
show 110 her friends what a modern lIne Boston 1I0ston lIneton ¬
ton jwat can do doHer 110lieI 10iter
Her firm engagement engllg mellt If I the race at atNewport ntSewllOtl a awisort
Newport wisort against the uimtltutlon and andIolumhln nndCoumlJll nut nutuotsmbla
Iolumhln July t 4 and 6 CVurther 6Vl1rthel 6biirtime
Vurther than this IIll Mr Ir Lawaon would wouldnot woultnot ollidnot
not dlxiiis the subject subjectMr
Mr 11 Lawaoni IalIOI position has hn been made madeUnown IIHtlOknown imiadtkmiows
known to the th New Ne Yoik Yacht club In Inth IIItll ii iith
th follow foiIowlng Ine If lellel ietteiIloktoms tier tierItogton
Itogton June 0 Commodore Lewis LewisCaM LewisCnN LewiCase
CaM Ledyard chalimun of commit committee ¬
tee tl tf Iw w o York Yftcht Yr thl Club Clublnr ClubM Clublear
lear M Sir SirYour Your letter of ye yostrda3 yostrda3tItli 01 t tll rtlay rtlaywith rt rtwlthlnclo11
with wlthlnclo11 enclosed received I agroo with withyoi wllhUI willyo
yoi yo UI that fuiHier dlsousulon can serve serveno sel servulit
no 11 tiieful I purpose purposeDolleve ins UrloleUolIll tpoes tpoesfloliee
Dolleve me meYoure 1IlloUI11 umitoure
Youre oUI11 very truly titilyTHOMAS trulyTHOMAS trimlyruloMAI3
THOMAS V LAWSONV LAWSONVICnlscr L LtSO LtSOItniws SONI SONIlnl
ICnlscr lnl II PfcsonlH n Crotmier CrotmierBerlin Gi oiler oilerMerlin lrl lrllJerllli
Merlin Juna S SBmltemor Kmp mllelor tor William Williamwho WII Williamwho 11 alii aliiwho
who wan W4 accompanied nl tiy h tho ompruts omprutstndiy ellllrUISto umuipruistody
tndiy to pro IJrt prctstumted fiited < lIt ll the abbess uf the con convent conent on onvent ¬
vent of Hpllegenrode with a crosier crosierpxprwln clOlIlorxlt crosiortxllrcesin
pxprwln xlt ln the hope 111 > that It would ever everbe aerbe evesha
be the pastoral Htaff of motherly love loven
n Moses staff of stenlf IlImdCut t fnlth zinC amijilltrrlmn IIndJIIJrltn zinClllsrrlsns
jilltrrlmn JIIJrltn Ktalf of joyous life lifeTh lireI lifeTb
I Th convent conell Is exclusively occupied by bytitled byUtl b btttiud
titled Utl I spinsters spinstersCASH tlJlIIlterllCSB spinstersCuSi
CASH 01 iAVNOIt 1 OH KV I I Mi MiWill itiIll r ri
i Will Ill Qitchtlon Qimeuit ion Viillilltjorinilltumcnt ViillilltjorinilltumcntIn lmuliuiity lIlIellt I of hIClitCIIIClit hIClitCIIICliti i usti I tutumeuml tutumeuml1mm
i In till t hut Hiiiroinu ium imtuiu Court CourtNew CountNos CUIIIII
I New ew York June 8 SAbram Abram J Itoge Itogecounsel lIocI ltoecounsel
I counsel for Capt CIII lienjamln Greon John JohnI
I F Win T I and IIlldlCdwlIlll ICdwnid II Clnynor nc nccufd nlot ticcused
cufd of iipiuplracy 1 1I8plr Y with former Ciipt CaptCartem CiiptCnrtur CUIICurtI
Cnrtur U 8 i A to defraud tho govern government governnsnt oerni ¬
i ment m lIt In connection conn llloll with southern hal harbor hal111111oVelnelltR barhot ¬
hot Improvements mnde a move today todnyto todn todnto
to qutHtlon the validity of the Indict Indictment Indictbetllr indictsilent ¬
silent before the United ljliht tl States hupremeCourt Supreme SupremeCourt
Court 1111 He J aid this thl by revoking tho ball ballbond bulllJUml bailIiuntip
bond under which th the four our man me were wereheld wertI wereheld
held for their nppeartuica Il II tlIII110i to stain trial tilalIn
I In Savannah On OnThe allI InTime
The nun were wreIJrrtnllele1tothecus wreIJrrtnllele1tothecustotl gurrrndeiod to the CUB custody CUBtody ¬
I tody totl of I United H IHates tales marshal nlu hal but a afew afew afew
few mlnuttii later they th1 were taken be before b before ¬
I fore Judge Lacamht on an application applicationfor
for R writ rlt of ImboHs corpus OI1JI The appli application 1111111I application ¬
I cation was denied by the judgi antI nndMr antII antiltIi
I Mr Itose took an appeal The bonds of ofthe ottho ofthe
the tour defendants were 11 then renewed renewedamUtlley rencwooanl1 renewedandtha
amUtlley anl1 tI were at atoucil ouc i released leo ed Tho Thomatt fhonllttr fimennttr
matt nllttr r will now bo taken before the theSupreme theSUluf lie lieSuiltteitse
Supreme SUluf U Court OUrt In Wnehlngton but can cannot CII1not csunot ¬
not U Ia argued before fall ate H the Su Snflrerne Supreme SuIlrln
preme Court does not most until Octo October Octoh8l Octolieu ¬
lieu The iioitlons at ls Issue uc ar are the val validity val1I1fty nl nlhilly ¬
hilly of the Indictment of the defend defendants IefemlIllitS defentiante ¬
ants by the United Suites goveinmont goveinmontat
at Xavannah the drnwlnre of thatraiid that thatrand thalR1ttlld
R1ttlld rand jury JUI amid tho question Of juris jurisdiction jurisdiction jurladiction ¬
dictionJ diction
J Koinpton leiui p o ii 1itrk I is ik liner ItacpxIondon linerIollr1on I I aces acesLomdon
Iondon June 8 Chance Shot Mn Mnher Malies Ia Iaher
her won th till Walton olton mile selling llIng plate platent phi to toftt
nt the Kempton Park II first rat summer summermeptlng SUnllllrmeltlng sumnmerTheeting
meptlng today todayJohn todllYJohn todayJohn
John Smith Mountain Buck mennwon henry Henrvwon henrywon
won the Windsor Castle sellnc selin handi handicap hundlen lmandiCal ¬
cap en The Dmt maiden colt lIIonr lIIonrdUne henry Honrydime henrycAine
dime In first lr t In the race for the St StMarffartiU St1f1rllarot StMergarete
MarffartiU twoyearold selling plate platebut Illntebut isiatebut
but was IS disqualified for buniplnt and andthe nndthe andthe
the race was awarded to Morris Ben Belinor Benner I1elli
i nor
norA A twoyearold selng ploto Into was won wonby WOIIhy rniby
by n Poriwit t TodH Czardas P I Lorll Lorlllaids IorllI Loriliniuls
laids Amorot II Mnher was second secondn 8ecoll1IIld umeconilsitd
n IIld Uil Loch Levan finished third Sovuimoties Seven Sevenlionttm BovenhO
lionttm hO 9rfln 9rflnIr ran ranSir ranr
Sir Ir r J Blunders IIlapJeH Maples Mackintosh Mackintoshoh
oh i1 1 he hI h Westmlniivr alaw laW y0 W iOWlmithey y0wlillney 00 00hlliJY
wlillney hlliJY WaterSliotl CJ J nollX wftH wftHsecond wflHsoconti lYtufsocond
second omit nnd James H IL KneM lleK Ulsnulse UlsnulseII
II Milton Henry Jelll llnlshed third thirdlUmppnltitmrnt third1Il1nlllolutlllllIt tliirtEI
lUmppnltitmrnt I I ci m smi I mm I mmm tntul of IostiuuslcrH ulIJItnHlFlcrsWOllhllllflon IostiuuslcrHWnshltiKton ltiMt mm situt ers ersWnshuiigton
WnshltiKton Jon 8 Itepreicntatlvo SHc1lollentatloeICel SJleprosentatloMeicem ItepreicntatlvoMcicer
Mcicer eICel of Nebraska palled at 1 t tho thoWhite thoWhll timehilt
White hilt House today tOIII1 > to nsceitaln lI the thepolicy the1I0Ilc lieitohicY
policy of the President In the matter matterof
of ienppolntment of postmasters nnd nndother nndolher timidother
other federal officers whoso teims ex expire llXplre oxpiro ¬
pire during the recess of Congress Congl II He Heteamed 1Ie1nI1IOO lieensued
teamed that genet gemiemally ellelllI ally speaking wiiuio wiiuioit horo horoIt
It was as the Intention of the President Presidentto
to reappoint re p1olnt the prewnt Incumbents Incumbentsthe
the appointments would be held over overuntil oelunUI overuntil
until after Congress onrlH8 convened In this thisway thiswn luf lufway
way wn the nufMlty n t eulty of filing 1I1I1 two bonds bondswill IJOIIIIHwill bomitlalit
will be avoided In the case of olll olllcore 0111COIl ufliorM
core having llxwl tinuies It may IIIn bu buneceaeary honeclllUlnr 10iPcet3r
neceaeary iPcet3r to mako the appointments appointmentsduring 1I11101nt1ll8ntllduring appoiiitmnentgluring
during the recessn recess recessVnln rece881oln
> Vnln n I t Ilints tu Coliiinhla ColiiinhlaNow Cnllllllhiuo Col mm mmmlii im imNos
Now o Haven Conn Juno 8 8In In the thetennis thotenlllll tldseummibu
tennis match between Yale nle and andColumbia audColU1ll1J11l amidolumnbla
Columbia teams played on the grounds groundsof
of the lie Now Haven lawntennls club clubtoday clubtoelar cluboday
today the morning play III singles re resulted hIIUlttli tetilted ¬
tilted In four victories for Yolu and andone uudono amidInc
one for Columbia as fallows fallowsL
L K Mnliaii of Columbia defeated defeatedC >
C L I Chllds Chldll of Yale 0li G Cl G GS 61S
S L I Itussell Hunel of lt Yale Ylle defeated t felted U I D DCuthlng DCUlhlll I Itselilng
Cuthlng or Columbia 0IuIY1Ia C2 G C2 C2H 62Ii
H 1 A Plummer of Yale defeated A AE AThurber
E 1 Thurber of Columbia Cullnbla C2 7B 7BH 71 7bIi
H 1 L I Oalpin of Yale Yall won vom from H II IIWhite I IIVluite
White Whie of Columbia 37 I love loveP
P 1 I K Condit of Yale Ylle won WOI from li liSlmmonds I Isimnmiionti
Slmmonds 81111101S of Columbia Colullla 6love C2 C2PcniDtylviUilu 02Iclllalill 62Cte
PcniDtylviUilu Iclllalill Orcv Oro HulN HulNPhiladelphia Snl SaliPhiladelphia
Philadelphia Pa PI June SThe Uni University Unler Uniersity ¬
versity er I l of Pennsylvania lensIlnln crew cre sailed snled for forLiverpool torI1er1ool forlverpooi
I1er1ool Liverpool ontheWueelnndto on the Wnellnnllo compute com pule In Inthe Inthe inhe
the he Henley lenley regatta NcaUI for the grand chal challenge chnllenge chalngu ¬
lenge ngu cup CUl July S to July 5 1 Inclusive InclusiveThe Inclusivehe
The he Pennsylvania Pel19lnalll party consisted of ofIf otItleenelltht oftteonelgiit
Itleenelltht If teeneight vaislty IIllty oarsmen cox coxMin coxMln coxsin
Min two substitutes UbEttute Conch Coch Ellis EllisWard Els ElsWard EllisVard
Ward and Graduate Orldunto Manager Innlier Heglnald Ifeginaidhart HeglnaldHart Heglnaldlart
lart Hart The trip will 1 cost cst the Pennsyl Pennsylvania IjennsIyaln Iennsylanus ¬
yaln anus authorities over UOOO 00 all al ot otMfi otwhlrh o olilelu
whlrh Mfi was Wll Wa raised by J voluntary sub subscription subcrlpUol nubzrlption ¬
scription scriptionKotheeay crlpUol
GalJow G1atgov HrJutu HrJutuHothe Itegatta ItegattaItothesay
Kotheeay Hothe Fifth FIh of Clyde June S Sriittre STht Shere
Tht here was little lttle wind for or the second secondss necondlays ond ondd88
lays ss yocht rht races racel ot the tll Glafgow GAIlow ex exlilbltlon e ehlbltlon eibition
lilbltlon regatta rtltU The competitors cmpttor and andmir andnurse ld ldclJe
the same llenIR In Inthe Inthe
clJe mir nurse e weie sme an 1 yesterday
the 10 cont rDtt conteSt at between 1twln the big yachts the theiiluunroek IhefhanmJk theiiaanroek
fhanmJk iiluunroek I won the prize Ilrze for or the first firstracht 11lt 11ltachl timntaciut
racht home ualllni aln the course COlI In II V Vmum f
i2 3S seconds The TIi
hOlr mum 3 minute a londa Thl
Karlad HJrl d won on on tins allowance In 6 Chours 6hotn
I hours hotn K I minutes U I a seconds Indl Tin Thusmaller Tinsmaller lh lhIlnIer
ttalW 1 only onl around aroundthe
smaller IlnIer yachts 11 onee on arund arundthe
the nuadimrifular 1lulllllclar course eour the Tutlys Tutlystlmo Tltys Tltystnlo TmmtLystIsie
tlmo tnlo bcJng INn 4 houn hours 42 4 mInutes Irlnutt 10 11 sec secondia J cc ccondm
Nevada NevadaWIIN endaWtl evndawas
ondm ond Charles Charlfs < sT 1 P Herrwahoffn IItrrhofM
was Wtl next at the finish nnlal In t hour houl 17 17miniftw 1 7 7rnihtfe
miniftw mlhlft S seconds secondsHip Icond Icondnl secondiiigYire
Hip nl iiigYire Ilrc lre In Dtillns Uulln Tonn TonnDalltu Toxnl ToxnlIldl Tnntuiahiu
Dalltu Ildl Tex Te June S IA L4 A big flre flrestarted lre lreItare grostarted
started at t J630 102 oclock oclok on Kim utr Itfet et In Inthe IIIthe Inthe
Itare the biwlnwi Inlinti district dlltrt The fie Hamlltun HamlltunPaint lamlln lamllnlalnl hlemlittunmint
Paint lalnl company tompny and adjacent adJINnt property propertyIs
Is apawntly apArnty doomed tooml and the th lo hos s will willN wi willbe
he N > heavy h at A a stiff ftf breose bl t 1 in blowing blowingnnd 1loln 1lolnHad
Had tlteie them U danger cnbe of the flames flamessproAdlif fnme iiumnessiftodi
sproAdlif sproAdlifPJ 111 siftodileire Oahff
PJ Fr leire > J htre here ere today to destroyed l8trre property propertyworth Iroprt Iroprtor isroiertlworth
worth or nearly nerlr eIrI J 10 tIO000 o0 < 0 The Te ar1nopeuilosGa prlnqlpfil prlnqlpfilloatMN IIrnQJlfl IIrnQJlflI
loatMN I are areHamilton ar as asmilieu
Hamilton milieu Paint and Glue 01 company companyJWWe
ompn ompnS
JWWe S 3 flmllon = Insured Inur for fLIt I2OO i < Thomas Thou anl andKnie anlROl anlWii
Knie ROl ratnttuie Jtnnltue company rmlJIJ dumNffe cal H Htimaletl esttmat I IUme >
timaletl ttmat d at 10000 100 Insurance liOM liOMHick LOOQRick
Hick Ume nok Fumlture Fualturt comiwny mI damage dnrat > 19 ioJO 0 I I
00 < A t P 1 I Black lIACk wall WII paper plr ter etc dam damngt dlm tipumage
age ISOW 1O insurance turnlf full Devo Dvo Stu Studio Stuullo5OSO ¬
dio 11 ullo5OSO ttOM IM immured Intured Thy Sumpter two twobuliainB tWI twoijuiitilngL
1050
buliainB buil lose Io J1COOO CO Insurance JS090 JS090inlf 50 S000rn1soei1neous
inlf altUanrul rn1soei1neous ll n > UH Ios I ios p8 estimated etnmte at > 100 100atMl 0
and Maui Ineurance IneuranceThe Inlumn insumnneTtue
aD1 The fist stnrted ItMtl In the oil 01 deport deportment dl1rt dl1rtaelt departinit ¬
ment of t t the Hamilton 1nmlon Paint lalnt nnd Glass Glasscompany Gus Guscompn Qiasscompany
aelt
company by an employe empke stepping teplnl on a amatch amatch amatch
match compn match on the tle floor 1001 and nd Igniting hnlln It I
UNITED UNITEOSTATES UNITEOSTATESAPPEAL STATES STATESAPPEAL
APPEAL TO POWERS POWERSVants
Wanis Chinese Indemnity IndcI1liy Proposition Siibiiiitled Snbc Snbcmittcd Subil1itcd
mittcd l1itcd to o The Hague Tribunal TrbunalEnl TrbunalEnlpress Em Empress Eiiipress ¬
press Postpones Return to Pekin
Washington June unc 8 1TIme The United Unitedfitutos Uled UnitedStates I IRtatll8
States uovoriiDKiit oernlelt IUIH hls again uppcalod uppcalodto IPp alcd alcdto
to the powers to submit the iirasjjnl iirasjjnlluflues nt I
luflues IHue8 ut lt Pen over the Indininlty Indininltypropositions Indimrl iimdInlt iimdInltlrotoitloms
propositions p01101ton lo the arbltrntlon 8bltrntlon Of f The TheHuguo Thl ThlHugue Pusllsiguo
Huguo tribunal tribunal Mr llockhlll who whohas ho hohas
has been watching for an opportunity opportunitycabled OPIrUllly OPIrUlllycnblet
cabled cnblet Secy SiO Hay 10 last Ilst night for permis permission IJormll IJormllIon ierinissf011 ¬
Ion to make Iltt1 a proposition ropoMlto ion and nut the theBMietary te tilemtetretmimy
I
BMietary cabled Clbllc this inoinlnu 10mlnif authority authorityto nulhorl
to do so U I IH believed 111le11 tho mlnlntcis
to I the thl > throne we would now nol see lee ee him himcredited hImrr himrrcmiltcd
credited rr dlld Wlth wih what no living 1lnl man mi n has hasli hl hasbeen
li Iln been en credltid crdld with wlh viz three thre Dorhy Dorhywlnneis DorhIlinen IrliyWismuiels
wlnneis I lmmclr idr MPUX Is Ii t n I very 01 nubile nubilespirited jhlc jhlcIPlrltet aimblicspIrited
spirited IPlrltet woman woan She paid Ial fully rut for a abattery nhatery abattery
battery hatery of gun anti fnd the tJI public publc Is h little littleaware lte lteRan littleaware
aware Ran of the tons of more Mtlr and aI10m aI10mtort comforts com eonsfortim ¬
forts tort she ha hu caused lupl to be pent Ipn tq t the thetroops lhetrop juttroops
troops In South Africa Arlr Rliff hag ln imi a aunlemlld a1IIIn1 atrslenIId
unlemlld 1IIIn1 cnlieftlon cnlrlOIi Ir itt f Nelson ro1la rQ1 In Ineluding InIudlg Ineluuling
eluding < Lady HnmlltnnA nnlltun JowaJry JOWIJ juscslmWhen
When temple tlmIle bar 01 wa wa removed Lmjy LmjyMetis tlhIeux lii1 lii1Meiix
Metis tnved IV r the II materioln IRtnlll1 from frm being bfilnirbroken belnc beinglirokerm
broken hrkln up for tfr lrtcwalk slllllk had hnc evory evoryalone ever everstatue rf
alone 1014 numbered numhrrfel and Anr now nU Tcmnio Tcmnlnar Tennilliar
liar exactly e1Rctr ns n It wan wal In the I Slffind Slffindforms Stmnllfort Sirnumifnttns
forms fort th prMi 1 III1 lp Ipsi l nrproach RfprOIJch of other htjr es estate entale ¬
tate t31 at Thonlnldii P lsrtc lsrtcVsbuiout rh rhmn tkbliout f
Vsbuiout bliout suvts UII mn were tt won wn on Cap nnd nndU andIfrlls
n Ifrlls I U 11 iis vltory Itn1 In the Oak Oak Thejmm Thejmmtn Th Tue nrn nrnnlcsionre m mInl
Inl nlcsionre INIHI lAr tJ Itrlh lltvrhhv InlmlNl mn1imitm1 ot otltrl ortiers
ltrl tiers tn lififk IItk the th flllv lv an A lanf lan ins lS a dc dct mb mbclit
1t clit t trl itrirs > rlrc a as i obtainable oltllnl hip anji IU nul nulAmern e 1 ry ryrLrn t tAmprn
Amprn rLrn w Of or > Ufli 111 nd the Ihl wvnrtn VfMOnsaw fItrUllt fItrUlltNl Hut Hutnaw
saw Nl Foshall POh1 K I Tene < > n for a week tok vfns wn ll ad advleeU advIsed
vleeU li to back ck the Ih thehnrse thehnrseliomuuir Jinrs 4 4Honor j jI lt
Honor IIJur Modal Hir Nnvnl Onijjcrc OnijjcrcWaehlnjton C JhiIuru JhiIuruWashIngton 1ltl 1ltlWuhlncton
WashIngton June AThp LTh Th secretary CretOtYQr CretOtYQrthe of ofthe
the hue navy nav today approved IIJlror th the lisamendatione rcaorn rcaornmendatlnns COtl
mendatlnns mendatnn of the naval board hOlrll of ofawarili ot1udl ofawards
awards 1udl concernIng onrfrnlnl mwlalg lfdlll of t honor lonor nnd nndJptter isnulIptieri ni
Jptter IUef of mmmendatlnn Cmfneli ton to t n n numlxr numlxrof num htr htrfIt
of th offlfprn nftrN and alli men of thu navy navyand navyand av avand
and men of the lh marine whfl whciflt1n whciflt1ngulahed h dlstln dlstlngulshed
gulshed Jllht t Ulemfflvf tmemeeivea i mHVM during dlrl the dIUn dIUnJllht sip oampalnn sipptgzi I o oplgn
palnn In China Chi nf 8cy S See Ix lAM > n < B aqtlgn a4i1 n did didnot dliinot
not plgn nt gO mt ottce outside 4il at the China < hln Qtqrdlt Irecom Irecommondaton recom recommcndatlons Ticommondations
mcndatlons mondaton sac and Ind he wilt wi not passiiibon Lft8 Lthou 01
nt IVkln ltln become brlorp Involved Invol 1 beyond ox oxtrkutlun oxtrlvtol oxtrkatioms
trkutlun trlvtol In the tw present lllit Isnueti llltH And this thupioposltlun thi thisPIoXsoIltIorm
pioposltlun roollton may aAY lw t b the only 0111 way WIY outEM1lUSS out outRMPHK88 CuL CuLrmlmss
RMPHK88 rmlmss I JVAOBfl 1it Cl Efl POSTPONES POSTPONESIIETUKN 10SrIOXICS 10SrIOXICSHETUIN 1OSVPOUC8RETUIIN
IIETUKN IIETUKNHhatiRlial HETUIN HETUINRhanlhal RETUIINShanghai
Shanghai Rhanlhal June Junt S SAI SAim An Imperial Imprial edict dllctiHfttied pdlrtIMMlled edicthusiied
iHfttied Juiif Ju V announces thut owing to toHIP totie Intie
tllt owll1
HIP tie hot wotthor Ila wt tlHr and the advanced lulvllnre ago agoof uJe uJeof agoof
of the dowuKiTempress cOIUKIrlllpr4B the return rlUI1 of ofthe otth oflit
the th lit ciiuit 011 t tl tlt < > ivkin hits bHiii b41I poitiwned poitiwneduntil pOltponedunll
until unll Si 1J SitcrutIer < ptuiil > hmhlr > er 1 which the thl asttolo asttoloK Iltwlo IltwloKH umstmoiogut
K KH > IH pr IIKHKMIIIH 1111111 IS UI to u b bl be n lucky lucey day dlY on onwhlili Oi vu1111li
whlili to t t IliuintMUi IIIIWP n i i ii i tic a journ Jau rime
GREAT GOLD N6ET NUiiET DISCOVERED
Seattle Seate Wash 1Ih Juno Jun 8Tho Alines Alinessay lm09 iiulcssays lm09sn
say sn A giant gllnt nugget nlllot woluhlng JJCJ JJCJas iOI iOIwas 261was
was as found In a I recent rcelll wushKup wlielii nld on onAmerican 01 01Ametlcan oriAmerican
American Hill JI Klondike on au the th claim claimbolng Cluimribeing 1111 1111bolng
bolng worked by Thompson Thoml on Adams AdamsGulns AdumgOlls 4tdulnsOnImm
Gulns Olls and 1111 Cornollus CornollusTodayM Cornols CornolsTodlY CornoiitmsTodays
TodayM reports from the north northlndl northlndlIntl Inch Indlcats Incheate
cats Intl exceptionally excIlIUolalr lively nl times tIIe80n on nil niltho al nillie
of 1301 Is iiicull In Infull Intul
tho lie crocks croI The cleanUp OItIIJJJ IQOis
full tul Nwlnif 111H Irol From all al parts 1111tl of tho thocamp thoCI theCatuii
camp I II come icports of water wntlrrunnll running runningfreely runmuingfreely
CI COle IfpOltl
freely rrl I anti 111 claim clllin ownoin 0111 taking prompt promptadvantage IjllJ iruuiuistadvumtage llt lltatlvllntug
to t wnsh wnshtit smi1islit
advantage of the opportunity tC wlAh wlAhtll
tit tll their dirt dirt Bummer SUllor work Is IRllsII also be belnnlnft heI begiuumuisig
I lnnlnft Ilnlln Ihlr Double ble shifts Hhlhl are 110 being beInG put puttin IlutI putumm
tin at lt place placeSulrhur I IUirlmur
I Sulrhur Illcel Ciaek lIlk ok repotted a good OQIl flow flowot 001 001ot fiosof
ot water ntel till ni ninns 1110 ttlti1i the tll stream strel and no notlvlty notlvly notlvlty
tlvlty at l all points pointsKldorndo PlltISEldorado
tlvly al 1llts 1lltsBhlrado
Kldorndo Is busy bUM cvetywhorp on tho thocreek thocreek thecreek
creek bottom butom and 1II hills hll Tho report reportcomes r11 repCrtconmes It Itcomes
comes from fro I Checclmcu Ihelculu hill h that nearly nearlyuvery nOIII nOIIIcery nearlevery
every claim there Is running full ul blast
STILL TALKING TALKINGOF
OF THE DERBY DERBYLondon
London June 8London Is stllltalk stllltalkIng 811 t1fltakhug tale taleIlig
hug of the Derby Dorl and the Oaks Thi TimodisowuMion Thidlsotmslon q ql
dlsotmslon < l oufilon of the tb iclatlvo Ielnlo merlin mhll o oAmerican or orJanorlURn ofAnoriuan
American UUl BritIsh Brish methods of otitrlln otitrllnhillr oftraiml oftraimlhii train trainneimtf
hillr hii neimtf scM iMtltfrtai ii4ns 111 hu tudkon b4kon OijU tjiOW tjiOWIt Jinow JinowIt loW loWIt
It must be I confessed cone8ld that the thl nrlllsl Irllsh Irllshcomments Irltttuiicommeents nrlllslcommenta
comments me lre generally tlerul vcfyJ v rylrolr rylrolrThl ik fair fairThey fairFhiey
They Thl borrowfully IwrlowtulY admit tho superiori superiority s perlority ierlorl ierlorlt ¬
ty t of Ameilca AlllerJa on every cry point The TheSpoiling Thl TheSpurting
Spoiling Times Ille8 says snysTho snslhe saysTime
Time Derby lerby has laf been won WOI by a aFionch allollch aFmouch
Fionch llollch IIOIHO JlrHo and nn American Allrlcalihorse Allrlcalihorsebut horse horsebut horsebtmt
but never 11er until untl Wednesday was It won wonby wonby wonby
by n home that had hlll other than an aimEnglismls anKngllsh 11
Kngllsh 1 ngl8h Jockey III the saddle Hllle What Whatever Whateol hat hatever ¬
ever our horses hurspl might be the suprem supremacy uprmno ¬
acy no ot o our 011 Jockeys jotW1 was us deemed com complete comIllct coinjletu ¬
plete Hut that fallacy flac la now ex exploded exIodel cxItlOdeti ¬
ploded Iodel Thus two tWI records were broken brokenIz
viz Iz I A victory vitory for u Jockey Jorlty who was wnsnot Wa Waot wasnot
not ot a I subject fubjet of the king and the run runnig runnig
nig 11 not tho race rco In tho fastest time tme on oniccord al onS
S iccord iccordTho lerordlho ccordTIn
TIn Derby Db was WIS nn II AngloAmerican AngloAmericantriumph AIIloAmerlcanlrlumllh Asmgiotmericantriumnltli
triumph hut not so fO that thlt of the Oaks Oakswhich Dukewhih Oaksimlcim
which whih imlcim was WUI Amcilcnn l llcan mire 11110 and simple simpleU hnllo hnlloI
U Is a fact Uat la t rivalry ran In high hllh In InAmerica InAmerln inAsnericmL
America Amerln I lust hlt year er between bet en Mr Ir Whit Whitney WhitIPY lmit lmithey ¬
hey and al1 Mr Keene almost amounting amountingto
IPY to bad blood when a colt of Mr 11 Whit Whitneys WhitlYs Wimltmys ¬
neys beat pal Olympian OI mpll for the Futur Futurity FuturIt ¬
lYs It ity Under the circumstances clrclmstnnces It la II not notn
n little singular llnlulnr that Mr Whitney Whitneyshould WhitneyIhouJd 1uitrieyehiould
should IhouJd lte have won on time tw Derby nnd ial MrICeeno Mr MrKecno lr
Kecno 11 the nibs Oal To add nlil to tho American Amer Alor AlorIrnll dtsnerleamm ¬
ican triumph trllllh the Tammany chlejftuln chlejftulnCtoker chlillln chlilllnCroker clmietttinCroker
Croker ran third thlrllin In the th < Onlw 01 III while whlo an anAmerican In InAmerlcall sinAmnerletuli
American Jockey rode Iotlo the winner of ofthe orthe oftise
the Derby Ierb and the tl first Irlt three An the thoOaks thl theOaks
Oaks wore ilddon by 11 jockeys jorkeYI of that thatnationality thlltIntlolnlt thatnatiomuuhity
nationality Intlolnlt > Henry Inr who was Import Importod
od by y Mr Kenne tfnc who brought Sloan Sloanto Ioln
to this country has hnl made a 1 rare 100 bo boginning bOInnln beginnIng
ginnIngThis ginning ginningThe Innln InnlnThe
The iiapera llpers have printed New York Yorkllspatches YorlcIlspalches Yorkulispatcises
llspatches Ilspalches saying tint Mr r Whitney Whitneywould Whlnc Whlncwoul 1Vluitmcywould
would take Volodyovskl Volod oHkl to America Americabut
but he < cannot do that that HP II has simply simplyleased slrnplyIlallell aimnpiyleased
leased the horec horf for 000 OcaAh cash and andhalf andhAlt andbait
half of what what istit the horse might win at atthree nltlrel atthree
three nnd four years larM e of > f age niI after afer which whichhe whichhe
he tlrel waR to bo l returned Had Jad Lady Ldy Meux Meuxcnred Afeuxcured lluX lluXnrtd
cured to lol sell ull the colt coi outright on nn nnoffer nnofer anoffer
offer ofer that tlat WBB WIR made Iltde he would now nowstand 10W 10WstRI11 uuowstaimd
stand stRI11 nt lt JCJ6900 S60 UO the offer oror being baln L1L L1Ltoo 18 18coo l lCO
coo CO down and 10000 100 more If I he hOIon hOIonthe won wonthe wontime
the Derby DerbyIn Drbn
In n these lhep matters muter she he hl hat not looked lookedon lulwl
on 01 money mOier at ft all al Her JIr great Irent doslrfliwas doslrfliwastlittt dcslrewa
tlittt thlt ni 11 Hugglns 1111111 hud borne the heat of ofthe otthe ofthe
the day he h ihould sloull reap the reward rewardFor Iotll IotllIror rewardFor
For that reaion she Ihe he accepted nelltfl an nJ anthat Qfltor Qfltorthat Olor Olorthllt
that would wouil aJmlt Idmlt of Volodyqvgklg YolnY 8kl8 re remaining re relalnln senamIng ¬
namIng lalnln In in hl hiI isis stable The only nnlythlll thlnir thlnirthat thinmrlust
that inlrht Inllt have hl altered lerp nil Ill this thll was Wil n ifiCIng If IfKing ItIn
King In Kdward 1M 11 hail continued ltinuO to 1 he hePrince hePrince bePrince
Prince of Wales aies Hut for bin hl nccosrlim acoslnn
I ami uI11 nn AI aggregate 11 IIate of 1000 100 men mIl me call callmuted el ontimisted
muted JOled tn ti b 0 be employed on Oi the th hill hi TIme Thabig TImebig rhl
big hi pumping plants 111a 11 of McDonald McDonaldIrani McDonaldirstoT lrJnld lrJnldnrllnt
Irani slid IlIt norden nr En ft Co are 111 am working to totheir t totittlr
their tllr full tul capacity capacityHunker capacityIiunkvu lpadt lpadt1unkpl
Hunker 1unkpl and nne Hold Hottom HotO1 are Ar alive alivewith 1111 I Iwith
with wil men Opn nt tm engaged nlBlld In ilulclnv lilcnl lulein and andHunker fnd fndHlnk1 andliumsmkr
Hunker Hlnk1 IH already mmireac1 sending llln twine ne Iold IoldhllWIOl gold goldIt old oldto
to hllWIOl iticvson iticvsonhlonaulsa Dun mm mmUnnunsu
Unnunsu 10nlnil has also sent len t In II s lmt amo me new newcrop newfol1 newerS
crop Kohl fol1 gi > ltl und lnt Is II working at neatly nellly allPunts all allpulnts ul
Punts pulntsNo PuntsNo lntll lntllNo
No repasts rellOltl are ar h lmrd artl of scarcity Crclty of ofmen oflntli
men 1111 and ant tome 111 predict Ilreict that tlat there nro nromore nro10re areniore
more 10re men In the eamp 1lltlJ now no 1 than will willl wi hii hiiiH
br l > c nredH nred ut utlw thu lu > bu busiept uet aeaaon aeaaonTlif lel0n lel0nh essonTilt
Tilt h long brewing war against IAlnst conces concession concesaloims ¬
sion 11011 In the Kluntlkt Klondike has opened IIll d with withattacks withntllkH withmittakN
attacks ntllkH against aJllnlt the > big grants from t oa nil nilej ni allrIummtrn
ej fUIII18 rIummtrn ui rt en according accord lug to the Dnwuoil DnwuoilNe DnwloJ DowtuoiNevs
News Ne Hull ham hal been blen Itled tl11 In the Jil M MuommlHNlonfra h1eosunIestoners
uommlHNlonfra 10111 llonr9 court out against ara Inlt the th Doyle Dnyleconi DorlconcllIllu Doyleconctsmultmss
coni concllIllu conctsmultmss < KHlim on linnunirt 1ununla lund the Mat Matnon Matcan Int IntInn
non conreHBlnn OIPtBhl A third suit Is also III o to tobe tobe tobe
be brought against Igalnlt the Matson conoeH conoeHHlon concession
Hlon
P
the tH lit HniitURo llItlago me mlllals > < lnl8 until InU the return returnuf
uf Ainlst 118t Hec i4evy c > Huckett HuckettThp lnclptt lnclpttTh iiuelcutttThe
The Th honors uproved UPlod by tho secretary secretarynre sor tury turyle
nre le as n follow foiiiteizmsigmm followKnslgn tolll
Knslgn l m T 1 Petting f11ttlnfl U 8 N Nletter Nletfr Nletter
letter letfr of cnmmetidntlon romleldlon for his skill skillcourngu shhflcourage I
courage COUrIM and elllclency cJcllncr nt the battlfi of ofTien o ofTiems
Tien Tlel fain TslnKnslgn flnnsln fainErmatgmm
Knslgn nsln A IT MrCntthy lrlRth U S N torecte to toreceive torecPl
receive recPl a I M very 01 > ry highly commendatory commendatoryletter
letter l t8r fiom ion the navy department deIlarnlnt for tlr hH hHskill hl hlIkll hisskIll
skill Ikll courage COUlai and Ild good judgment Jul mont In Inhandling Inhanlllln inhsamhilng
handling IIH hil lmI vessel the thl gunboat lnboat Cnla Cnlamtanes CnlnIIIlalies Cab Cabmlmsnes
mtanes In the Aueailan river Min itlindaumao Mindanao 1ln 1lndall80 ¬
danao February Febrllry SG 1001 191 and the tie lie sac successful lue lueeo sacceimsfui ¬
cessful eo srul carrying out of tho object objet of ofthe Qtth qfthe
the th expediypn expediypnTha n
Tha JiQnrdregrets under the tie tli law Il no nogreatprrWaru n nogreater
greater greatprrWaru grtllllr iwra e ud > n be b given n thlf tllt jirottt jirotttiKliiK ilrt iru1icing
icing 1II young YOllg officer omler His Hs exhibition exhllllQn of ofprnfrBwIonal ofIlIvsslonai
prnfrBwIonal 1 ltrl lfnal ftklll ki and Intl nervo lelo upptl Ullpr this thlHoccasion thll thisoccLisiomi
occasion appealsj IIJIK most forcibly to t Us Usfaotable ls lsflollJlt itsfuivucrable
faotable flollJlt > coiiflduratlon coiiflduratlonMajor cunldorllton cunldorlltonltjor eonsldjrallonMiujor
Major ltjor George Itlchnrds HchnfllI U S M f tolie to tohe 10h
he h breveted br < etlf lieutenant leutennt colonel olonc from fromJuly trl frosmiJuly
July Jul IS IKK I O fur distinguished tltngulshd con conduct condllc conduct ¬
duct dllc In the presence of tho enemy 11emy ut utthe utIhe atthe
the battle hntl of Tiers Tlln Fain TslnCUM Fainmilt
CUM 111 milt N H I Hall 111 U S M C to tobreehd bo bobreeted bebreeted
breeted major Injor from miii August AIrUll H 1 1900 1900for 1900ror llOfor
for distinguished dlptlnJlllhed conduct cnduct tn the pres presence prernel pres051Cc ¬
ence of the enemy Inel at tho siege of Pt Ptktn Pe1In Fekin
kin from run the th < 20th 2Ih of June to the Ihl lllh lllhof Ilh Ilho 11thof
of o AUKURt UIURt IMO 110 both dates dltel Inclusive InclusiveCnptiilns IncluNlvonlltulns Inclusivenptzilns
Cnptiilns Philip hll M Hannon U H HFuller Ht IIFtmller
Fuller t uler Charles harlrl 1 I Long and 11111 First Llout LloutIiobert Iloutnoherl i4loutloiert
Iiobert F I Wynne to be commended comllllldod In Ingeneral Inonerl iiigeneral
general onerl orders ONeS for their gallant Kulllnt inert inerttorlriim merltorlClIs men mentorlinmit
torlriim torlClIs and Ilc courngeoiia rourglOII conduct In tho thobattle thohnte thiobattle
battle hnte of Tien THin TslnThe THinThp TaizuThe
The Met Ipt also Includes Inlhlhl 37 noncoin noncoinmissioned nomscoimmnImuslnmd
missioned 1110111 oincers oll < r and nndlrlntes iirlvates who are nriawarded aNI areawardetl
awarded I nipdala 11ln18 of honor amid nd letters lottcr of ofcommendation otrOII1lllnlol ofcorniuientlistiors
commendation rOII1lllnlol for extinguished dlllnlulshetl con conduct conduct on onflurt ¬
duct during tUIII various vllrloll stages of tIme th siege siegeof RI
of Pekln lfkl n In erecting crectllG barracks under underheavy undcrhellY underlsoavy
heavy hellY lire lireINTKIINATIONiUt tIreTimay n
INTKIINATIONiUt 1 lmXIXc 31ACHINISTS 31ACHINISTSAccept 1OI ISTS ISTSTIm
TIm Timay Accept ClIt tho thiuiteini Jlcinl elnl Trades De Declaration DcInlatlCI Beviniimtiomm ¬
claration InlatlCI of 0 It Unr UnrToronto 111 nrtoronto I
Toronto rornto Out Ont June 8 8Tle SThe Tho Intqrna Intqrnatlonal tntcrnationai i
tlonal Iona I Machinists Miuhlnlftll a uclatlun iclallol today todaypassed todaylIaSId todayhuasseul <
passed lIaSId a resolution to the effect efet that Ihll Ihllntl lintafter f fnfttr
after ntl r due nnslderitlun lnnlleralll w WI we ucc accept pt tho thoeliallengi1 thofhalen therhnhIeng
eliallengi1 fhalen of the National Natonal Metal Trades TradesnsAeiclatlon TralIell1l8 TradestlsBtiatiofl
nsAeiclatlon 1l8 and after accepting nCc4llllg thin thindeclaration thil thisdeelartutlo
declaration l < arntol of war ar we 0 cheerfully cheprtuly picked pickedup
up the thl tit gaunt Kaimtlit uultjt it and hurl bark defianceWe defiance leflnce leflnceWe
We We never IIIer vlll w accept nrllt any an modification modificationof modlfcnton 11
of our demands dllnIHI and Inll resume rlsumo labor until untilthe unt untilthus
the cause luse for tnI tsr which we w struggle trugrl la 19trlumphalll Istrliiiniilmasmt fl fltriumphant
triumphant and RII n shnrtcr Ihorter work day un la h Isan fj fjan
an n accomplished arcolllsllt fact tICt factIiesidnt I I11tllttnt f fPiMildent
PiMildent 11tllttnt oionn ooln1 tnnnehl rll claIms rlllmK that lisa tht lisaInttrnatiintci y
IntlrnAtlllrtl liitiTJifttluiiiil associatIon IUlftlaton did Ild all al It Itoulll itnub v vcould
could nub tn II I get ft a satlHfartory IRlltltory adjustment adjusttilentby ib i iby
by b pacific 1IIIIe means offering ofrlng to accept any anydeci anyderIlon
deci dlII derIlon lon iPu IPlched < bed by arbitration Irbltrtol that thatwould tht thtwould tiusitwould 11
would cover the thl question nationally Itlonal butlie but buthe buthe
he nays the thp employers Plllloyr9 refuse fuRe every ovor efi efifort ct ctturt oftort
fort of any all n conciliation rnnrlalon conciliationV
V I II P 1 Sargent Sarlflt grand IS no master mlst of the theI theIolotll theJocoznotive 1
I eoinotle Iolotll Fli 1 Fliumeiis lrlmfI < mens association as assured 11 usurtul ¬
sured Mlrtl the delegates MllRtel this hit I lila hi order orter would wouldassist wouldUNlst VOimItlNasIst
assist them Ihelb by nil Al metna flies In their power pwer
iPti 111 Grlll trnntV 2rimmmtslezme Ipiue 1U Kxtciiilpil KxtciiilpilWanhlnRtun 1 ExtemmuieuiViuuhIngtcm WIIII WIIIII
WanhlnRtun I > hlnto June S McltffJen SUrhGenI SHrIgiienFretltrhek McltffJenFre
Fretltrhek Fre I rlhrkk < Irlk D Grant who is I now in iiitimis inthis I
this countiy tuntr on 01 leave 111 eif absence alnC from fromIH trom11M romru romruhis
his IH ix eOhmull1 coniniuzi > mmiin < l In time tl Phllliplnet PhiippInes has hasIwn hllHlmn hitisbeen
11M been KtintfJ HI MIl extension of leave lenvountil Illvo Illvoultl leaveuimtii
until ultl Hepttmber lmn I with WI th p IMrmlulon rml elon to togo togo togo
go abioad abioadFELL Ihroad IhroadF irOIF44
FELL F F44 IJII FIIOM 11IO A z rImE THKESon TREESoiiofCoiiity rImESOIOCCOIII
Son SOIOCCOIII SoiiofCoiiity of Comity Clnk ierk10111e5 Joines lRle Meets 3fcCs With Withu Wih WihI ItIi ItIia
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