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DESERET EVENING J NEWS MONDAY JUNE 10 101 1001 5
if OR OOMMANDO OOMMANDONOT COM MAN 0 0 01OT
NOT SURPRISED SURPRISEDGen
Gen Kleiner Denies Circumstan Circumstantial ¬
tial Story About Beyer Beyer1T Beer1Ii
1T CAUSES DISAPPOINTMENT DISAPPOINTMENTv
1 or lUHMilna 0 lletllrll With Hollm HollmVar UotllXO Itollnitsar
XO o v itl itlIar
Var tsar Humors IIIWIOISIouI IncoiHlHilvoOpera IncoiHlHilvoOperalluin
lluin Nol No ot HccUlve HccUlveTut1 e eV
V June 10 10A A dispatch f o tho thorm thofr1I thor
ev V
London says The war warjilts war1 Yarjtks
fr1I rm r Hi
Tut1 Tut1tl 1 jilts say they Imve received recchedV receivedmeetIng
tl V I aon aonr a GeitJft on
tlnu 3 f u meeting between Jet ween
nu Jft r rK and den Botha near Stan Stant
Lfl
1 1or k r r
K hI u
t Wednesday and the report reportU reportttve
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or orrm U 11 11 1 I tlc settlement between the thef tile1d
f rid Hoer cornmanderu Is con condiscredited COt1L
rm rmtl
discredited In oillclal quar auart quarTJutIla13
1 p t
L t i Bothas arrival In London Londonijlidiss IondonbI LOfldOUrtIlIll
tl 11 <
111 1 1t ijlidiss 1hl s91 revived peace rumors rumorsi
i publicity has been given on onI
t t aslons recently It Is i it Imnos Imnosl
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t I a wliiit hl t exactly Ia going au auf
f I I IL
L I bmuil bllllaloJllnIOII tiwrLI opinion Is that there therenu theloiIIW
iIIW < nu foundation for the ru ruIis ruI
I Iis HthaB 13 thai mission Is still stillj
1 > 1 and although It Is Isnucd IIIutcd
j In s slrlcy i ncy
nucd that she ho Is on u Iti peace peaceno
4 definite Information on that tlmtobtainable thatl
Ci i no
i tnt tntf nt l obtainable < bta1mfh nt present presentlioli
> n lioli Iio the opinion of the news newsHi newpplr newsinornhltg
111 Hi morning Is I that Mrs Mrsvi 1rs 1rsf
n nI
f pplr fli Mr Ir Krugcr can at beat beattut lJeutflr bestt
it to
I f tl tle tIlit 1111 > > vi
tut an Indirect Influenco upon uponjri uroltJlutc uponfjtur
flr f i ifjture
e
negotiations so long Ion as thc thou
I jri JI
fjture fjturei
out t for better betterere heltlrIIrm bettrrtm
Ml u r r t < t in holding hoIJI ou
i
IIrm tlln tb ft vere ere ou oUiercd > ied nt Mlddloburg Mlddloburgij
ere a i ireJ ij not seem the slightest slightestthe sIIltt5tT
T un1 Lr the statement which IeII up upr upJreJ
in the Weekly Dispatch that thatv
arej reJ m
111 r v di litl i wua Ug received on Saturday nt ntfh utoOllc atIb
fh Ib jIflhi1I iiirl onice then by Lord Itoberts ItobertsUP HobertlalII1 tbortsr
alII1 UP 4 T r ollice and afterwards by byjl JY
jl 1 11 FHlcll FHlcllM F rick rickV rIelCbile
V hili the th war news continues In Int lit1Uooc1
t > Bloods operations In tho thon thofO
fO ea n Transvaal ra11 rafl9VUtl SIIU have apparently apparentlyt
I
called de deleitha lieotha doI
1 t in lt 1 end and cannot bo
otha I IM somewhere between betweennd het ween
nd Amsterdam and there thereTH
TH 11 in irnnudlato IInm Illalo prospect of sur surr surhim
r ir 115 him Some disappointment disappointmenth
h l I it t f ClusJ aus J bv Gen Kitcheners do doa let
r V a tiMimslantlal account which whichj hiIchUhLtnd
> j i uliiti uhlttI il by n news agent ag lIt lust lustk
k It f the mirpil e 1 of Ileycrs I1eor com comr Coinand
r I and the capture of his convoy convoyi
i J stores storesAPI llresAPIEI tresAPIflL
API APIEI E XL ON HKIIALP OF BOERS BOERSNnv i iim
Nnv w York June 0 OHev Hev Von Vruck Vruckl
t n of Pretoria South Africa tile thai
i > Fr i r r who closed the volksrnud with withP
P r NT after Prcaldcnt Krufers Iru lrs ultl ultlurn ultlm ulti4fl1
urn m had been read to that body la laIt It ItIn Isht
It thu th city Ills Is brother Dr H T Ja TIIIJIIJlhrn TVrukhiclun
a Vniiklnhm of the Orange Free FreeE Freohi
E hi i ndn I sirvcd In tho Hoer armies armiesr armle8111m
r iid Lt d him Their mission In this tillsn
I IItn
Itn n it to raise money for 01 the Hoer Hoeri
i k i In > n nnd thlldten now In refugee refugeen
n 1 n i n v von Vruckhelsen said In un unL unIr ann1fl
L i
r ir wI11n m n1fl n and children who nre at atrrfucam ntfti atr
rrfucam fti r t ronrnl1atcl nttatcd In camps cstnb cstnbj
j bi M tl th lrlilfh nro In a horrible horribleijun horriblefllifl
ijun I wus war bad enough when 1 1Mrf IMI
Mrf MI 1 i rlila ni a but I know from let lotc lettr
t tr > c t M t hI < u i r elvetlono eoelved one only onl the theh
th h i r Ji iy 1y irutt < i IlY v slstor Islerthat that It is a ah I Ihltllr1 tlrlr
h hltllr1 nlri 11 1 t1 m < > ° 0l now nowVli nowh1
Vli h1 l u th < i i r i 1 Ht ft South Africa he hervl hcFJd hoF
rvl F i ho l > u s Vitllldl vi itui utly iilv banished by order orderof
of i n Maxtull military governor of ofPi ofp
Pi t tPr rn iri1Ilr rnIT
IT Un Vnii YrlllkhfI kliclFon n said further of ofhi otth afthi
th hi amp Jml In un oillclal report made mndbv madeby
by Hoiiild P Mdi 11 lilvnzie > nzle of the British Britishreiv nrltl Britishsrmy h harm
arm reiv of Fi 1 Firuary < hruary hrltar 18th of this year jearthe yearthe ear earthe
the Ilrllisli gui grnment > rnment I t notified that thatthe thntIh thatths
the Ih c inditlnns are horrible the death deathi del th thla
la IPliln i pt ailing and tho food furnished furnishedN urnlshel1nnt1l I
li N vnfit la I tat tatI at atn atT
n T I AfrikmiUt Dr Von Vruekhel Vruekheli
y1 i m nr n rn mil never n nr bo overcome and nndr
t r r i q 11 1 tin contrary are false falseinmv
1 1 inmv numbers from 15000 to tom tom toia
m n 110nlls t inl Is onstantly < being atig
1 t I i by v lapl ape Colony Boers The Thef
f a nr < now nrmcd with
M 1 r nl 1 rlti rliloA s ht > says find they theyr
r q ft r Ammunition burled which whichr
I I r rn n u any time against the Brit Britli BritOIJrM l3rltCE1CGO
OIJrM CE1CGO O lSiVWlSITY tXIlitITY PLANS PLANSIfillatcd PIH PIitNSilIat91 R RlmllI1
Ifillatcd Preparatory Sohonls to ho liorslalillslicd hoE hohsl
rslalillslicd E hsl aid Ishi CII In I ii Kuropo KuropoTi EIIIOPOJune E ii VOlO VOlOh
Ti h R Juno 9 President 9Irr > sldent Harper of
i I r r rty itv of Chicago announces announcest
Ll t t > uniMrslty inic rity has begun to ofl ofln 0Sy
y n 1 M rJltol itrd preparatory school In Innt i it Iflr
1 t nt j 1119 ns of Europe I urol These Theses
s 11 i ii I hrnnrhes 1I of academies nCI1lemleA nCI1lemleAil academiesP
il < h t l Platt1 P < Itch with tho university universityitn
I t II itn The purpose of this thisopportunity thlfn
in n 4 t c v opportunity to children childrenwlmse chllllrenullose ehihtirenI
z wlmse parents are tray trayR
f R i 1 duiing Ilurln the year to have havef
Ib I r ss f foreign residence with wlthung wllhI withcing
> I Inri ung the progress of their theirbfl
Ih1j
a1 H ho Invaded first and the thoi
AI i un school for girls will be beiue beHue
I r j f > Hue do Longchamps on onh onr
t I r h The work of the Paris ParisII
11 1 h t v tinder the Immediate ImmediateMits
r f Mits MU 11 g Elizabeth Wallace Wallaceini WallaceUIinr
I ini Irlldnr tnr of French In the thechlrago thor thethfrago
chlrago an1 of Miss Missri t1 s
r 11 j e ri J fr f
many years enrs prino prinoK
foOl r A > < K flOlIlln Imol Iin In Kansas City CityHing Cityrung
Bill I rung rlin to President Hnr Hnri Jlllrir liaraft
ir f i next lIxlln In the line of march marchW marchRnbert
aft
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rob Rnbert rl W Ilnelmiinn lIn lI Poet Demi Demilujio cail cailLrt
B Lrt I in lujio lOUnbort Williams Williamsi Williamsd4i
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d4i i I l nml proc writer writ er is isiJorn isU
ad t
JI U IS i born In n August 1SI1 1SI1JI 1StTrmlm I1lThhI1li
Trmlm JI noiiniiiis ltOOOt9 DHOWV DHOWVby ImOWStIICII litOVXorilicit
tIICII by 11 h Their Victims IIt1I11 They fhe fhenllll
Juhmipril nllll IIIIIO Into limb Illvor Arc ro to Kscnpe Kscnpex
A bi t r x France Junw 9An 9Anmol 9AnL 9Anlelmld L4fllmrd
lelmld mol constnnlln Scanda1 Scanda1itn
h a L r itn tlk tlm railway while asleep asleepi
d f i Iwtrayeier trnveleri between Mo MoMlthiiel Mooil
H oil tr Mlthiiel llh ae I Itccognlzlng It ecolIlzln the theml t theJ h e eJJ
1llOt > ml Jean do Maurlenne he heni
JJ J
I S ni l ft nrOSA rosa the country anti nnt antiali
ali 11 J i 1 Into Iflt the river Arc where whereMan wheree wheretot
Vr e j rned rnedWilli
Willi Man I nil Mistaken 1I lOkllI for form Burglar HurlarI BurglaraiI
m > Wo aiI h I J June J lIno 10 Yesterday 10Yostertla 10YostertlatI
arlfln rft in n II hn police were called to nr nr1 nrWI1 arwl
WI1 a < d 1 burglar Slnr on A street streeth
In h 11 71 rrhrd trrir they the found the man manjl mnnTh manTh
jl Th r J la i1 ImuM > by h a I rear window windowrarc wlndoIIrarrl windowIrac
IIrarrl Irac rarc Hlowed owed nnd when the thel thethej
l b i II Ihl11 thej h m approach npPioa h he ECltcd ECltcdv
t v r I 111 ii i ot Pounded It It I to splinters splintersr
1 r h
111 is j
clnforccmcnts
were wereth
I 111 r t r
th r h r p Packlerbelng Wor being left alone alonetutfh aloMLut atonebut
tutfh but n lit t hIm with n 1 hammer bommerr
r ri V j r rddied < Mce < and ScrRcant Me Mer Mcklifl Ic Ichhtln
hhtln klifl r Just entered wrenchel the theru
ru his hi hnnd hnndltf
111 111 ltf fight lht to put hnmlcuffs on onn onrIA onLJl
rIA LJl I n Howetl The man mani manltU mantttpfl
ltU i oh 11 Nv11 Ih superhuman RuperhumonM
it itt 7 M I fnarled and prowled prowledr oVled oVledtw
t tw r TI n attempting ntt mptlnlt to over overfill overflA ¬
fill 11 n fr 1 n M of the mnn nrV nrs 1 had hn1rho hadth > lul lulth
th t 1111 1T1J d < 1 n Imndcufrwftg hnlHleurc wns snapped snappedtfi
tfi I r t irm wns doubled under und r his Idafn hisrITfI hisffr
rITfI ffr fn r I T r I floor Rml afl IjI J1 i rPtc o oIt ot the thnlot theit
It us t a4 aile j h91r 9 n 1 dozen ni nlPn n canld not nottJ
h t tJ > J eve g I e up Finally Flnall Sergeant Sergeantit
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wvvvw wvvvwMcCoy IINVNN IINVNNcCoy
McCoy cCoy managed to wrench the arm out outnnd Olltntll outand
and ntll lie other cuff was fastened to his hiswrist hiswrist tilewrl
wrist wristWhen wristWhen wrl st
When sthien hien taken to the elation It was die discovered dlscoverell diecovered ¬
covered that the lie stranger was IlK a wild wildman wIldmalt 111 111mall
man who had been on exhibition hero heronnd heruund hereanti
und who had been loektcl out of his hishouse hlAhou8 hiiahouse
house houseNinV hou8if
NinV if OlthHANH OI1I NS IWATH B1 lS BOSTON HOSTONTake1 BOSTONrakeR 1tOSTOlttkcs
Take1 Second 1lacu 1hiuime UN 1ort for 1 1liort lx iport
port 11011111 ol1 ol1lOodH lOodH GOlldHNow GoodHNew lOodHNew
New York Juno 10 10A A special from fromAVnslilnjton CromWasl1lnton tramWastmington
AVnslilnjton to tho Tribune says a K that u ustudy ILstud t tstudy
study stud > of tho llguies of the bureau of ofttathtlcs otsllUlstlcs ofstatistics
statistics giving the exports through throughtho
tho various poitu of tho United StateS HtattyIn ituteIn
In the fiscal real var 1900 shows that In Inthat Inthut Inthat
that year 0111 and the months which whl h have hlwelolloel havefollowed havefolionel
followed New cw Orleans has takeneeond takeneeondrank taken takemmftecondritak 1econd 1econdIanl
rank as an ox Gxporllng pun I UK port and Img hlt OU OUplaccd dbJllnced milsplaced
placed Boston In Its position ug the thoconU tbos thesecond
s second conU Importing city of the county countyTho countTho cotmntyThe
Tho heavy oxportatloiiH of cotton and andtho andthe andthi
the thi high prIce at which It h exported expoitedhave eXJ1oltedhave exportedhave
have largely Increased tho value of the thcexports theexportf theexjrnrta
exports through the fiouthcrn flOII them ports portswhile portswhile Jortswhile
while It Is not Improbable that the ual ualvuston OaiVeston nl nllItUII
vuston lItUII disaster may 1111 have resulted In Intemporarily IntemporarilY Intemporarily
temporarily diverting to IsVw Orleans Orleansfcome OrleansSOIllO Orleammasortie
sortie of the business which ntlurwtae ntlurwtaewould olherwlsewould otiiervlsewould
would liavo gone thiougli Galveston OalvcstonThe
The exjiorts from ruin New Orleans Orl allS In the thefiscal thoIlscnl timefiscal
fiscal year 1900 were U6S53TC4 1 the thehighest thehighest
highest figures IIgur s In the history of the port portexcept portlxcept portexcept
except 1S92 and an Increase of 2SCOO 2SCOOVOO
000 over the uses year ear 1SOJ iS In the nine ninemonths IIlno1I1l1nths mmmcinontims
months of the fiscal year 1901 the ox oxports oxports oxports
ports from New Orleans were 122234 2234GG9
609 securing for that city olt n clear and andundisputed ondundlsputell andundisputed
undisputed title to the rank of necond necondIn
In thc Hat of American export cities cltleiOI5X cltletOI
OI5X OI 1 IN S RIMJUANT PJG1t r O IMUIjIPIMNKS IMUIjIPIMNKSSajH IlIIIJIIll Ill tIih1llNISSLt ES ES81H
SajH SLt N Their Viilno Yithmmoto to United Slates SlatesCannot SIll SIllCllllllot StatesCa
Cannot Ca it ii ot bo OtuioMlmatcd OtuioMlmatcdNew 0 scic st I iii ii I cml cmlNew
New York June 10 10In In nn article In Inthe Inthe inthe
the coming Issue of Leslies Weeklv WeeklvGen Wee WeeklvGen III IIIGen
Gen Frederick D Grant will iav fa that thatthe thatthe timattime
the value of the Philippines to the theUnited theUnited theUnited
United States cannot be ovorestlmatoJ ovorestlmatoJIt
It will Gen Giant savs Increase Increasewith lncleasewith Increasevitii
with the development of tho Islands Islandsand Islanllsnud islanilsand
and tint growth of our trade with Asia AsiaIt
It Is greatest therefore from a com commercial commercial comminiorcial ¬
mercial standpoint but Is remarkable remarkablealso
also as a stratcgetlc basis In time of ofwnr otwar ofwar
war wnrA A man with a small Income can canbuild cllnlJulhl canbullil
build Up n competence there more read readily roadfly ¬
fly 11 than In this country anti tho Held HeldIH
III full of opportunity for the Indus Industrious Indn8trlous inthmstrious ¬
trious and the thrlftv The Th cull Is cap capable oopnlll capable ¬
able of supporting three times time ures present uresent ureseat ¬
ent number of Inhabitant and of do doing tielug ¬
lug It much better than they are now nowsupported 1I0W8upported nowsmipported
supported when there are better facili facilities Cacllltlell taciIlties ¬
ties for transportation transportationAT
AT GEN GI N CHANTS GJtA ciiiis lS TOM JOJII1lIllls IOMIIniula1s 11 11Vamlals
Vamlals lIllls Destroy Trees Treeshiaited Planted There Theroby ThereI
by I M HUIIK II itmig Chang ChangNew Chull ChullNew ChungNew
New York June 10llecent visitors visitorsto hltorsto
to Grants tomb In Riverside Drive Dilvehave Drlehnve DriveImave
have noticed a tendency toward towanJ decay decayIn dera deraIn
In tho trees planted near the mausol mausoleum mnusolcum tnnusalcilia ¬
cum by Ii II Hung Chang upon tho oc occasion occoslon oretmsion ¬
casion of that distinguished dlslln ulshed celpstlgl celpstlglstatesmans cflesll ceiestiIstatc l llattlI1nns
statesmans statc sinans visit to the final re rOlllrg rOlllrgplace rostirgplace tlrg tlrgplace
place of his friend the general several ucvcraycnrs HCVerl1Cllrll severalyears
years Cllrll ago agoVandals 01001111a18 agoandais
Vandals nod curlo curiosity lty ccekers have havecombined hnecomhlned haveeoimthtintd
combined to arrest the growth of trees treesand treesIndll treesand
and Indll destroy stro their life by tcarlngjeaven tcarlngjeavenand
and branches from their bough and andalthough andalthoUgh mmdalthough
although extra rlgllance 10 s maintained maintainedPositively maintainedI maintainedSiCK niaintalnedSgOK
I
SiCK EA9AOHE EA9AOHEPosUlvcIy
Positively cured curedLlttlo by tl11 tl11Llttlo theo theoLittle
Llttlo Pills PillsThey 1I1isThey Uis UisTh
They Th also relieve Distress from Dyspepsb DyspepsbIndigestion Dj DjInd Dyrpej1aIndigestion
Indigestion Ind jestlon and Too I Icirty EatJn r1t1nio j A per perfcct perfctt pcrrt
fcct remedy rcm J1 fyo f Ii Dullaess lnttJ Kautca N 2 auea u 1 Droivrf Droivrfness Dror DrorlIess Drowncs
ness BadTaslclnthe D1tl Taslcln tbe Mouth MouthCoa1e1 Coated C teJ Tongus TongusVan Ton Tonl Tongierab
Van l 1 Ji thc th Side TORPID LIVER Tbcf TbcfRegulate ThcfRcguhte ThcyRegdtc
Regulate thc towels Purely Vegetable VegetableSmall Yqt Vcgetible3ninII bJc bJc3m
Small 3m nil Pill SmaH DosS DosSrSmall DOSD DOSDGmall DosSSmall
Small PrIeD
V vvwwvwwwwvwwvvwvv vvwwvwwwwvwwvvwvvto IN INto
to guard against the desecration the thetices timetices
tices ontlnue to be despullxd despullxdA d dA I
A substantial fence with the uxtra uxtraguards uxtraguards uxtraguards
guards will lii probably be provided by bythe bythe bytime
the park coinnilssloiicrH In contrast contrastto
to the tare taken of tho U Llllun Hung Chang Changtrees Chllllgtrees Cimajmgtrees
trees It Is I pointed out that the Japa Japanese Jnpunesl Japimimese ¬
nese ever since the visit of lou and andMrs amidMrs I
Mrs 1111 Grant to the kingdom of the mi mikado mikado mlkado ¬
kado lme carefully protected and andnourished nul nulnourlslwl andnourisiteti
nourished the trees which the general generalnnd
nnd his wife planted on that occasion occasionA i
A J SMITH SM llIf coujxn l sTunivr sTunivrIn I IIII
In Jill Chariot Chur Chmnrgctltvhtlm ell with Tmrucny Tjarccn She Is IsFound IsFlIulIll Islimitiii
Found III o bo Insane InsaneNorthampton III I itILtiiC itILtiiCNorthampton IIC IICorthalllptol1
Northampton Muss Juno 9 9Two 9Twopromluent Two Twoprominent Twohiromimment
prominent physicians III this section nectlonof
of the state have reported that Miss MissMabel MisSMnbi t1HSMall
Mall L Burt lurt t of Bridgeport a forme formeSmith torllll1811111h formiwiSmith
Smith college > student who wlloll4 Is In the thetounty tltQounty thecounty
county jail under tho chiugo of lam larceny lalCell lamcray ¬
cray Cell of money mnoime watches and Jtw jewtilhr jewtilhrto jewehtto lt ltto
to the amount of JCOOO In the rooms roomsof rool11soC roomsof
of Smith college Is suffering from rom man mantal mllntal imientai
tal derangement and should receive recehctreatment recelvctreatmcnt receivetreatment
treatment treatmentThis treatmcnt1hls treatmentTimis
This Important deelopment wan wannmdo wasnmado nH nHmallo
nmdo known to tho father of tho girl girlDr girlDr girllr
Dr Mmy Brewster physician ut Smith Smithcollege Smllhcollect Smithcoliegt
college visited the girl lust night and andnguln IInuuguln andagain
again today tOda and she reported reportedllndlng finding tinding11cr
her In such n condition mentally men lull that thatshe thotshe thatsite
she expressed eXJlles 6d a desire that Dr Han Hanson Hnnson unitSoil ¬
son the woman physician at the btale btaleInsane btaleInsane taleIn8nno
Insane asylum be called Into the case caseDr caleDr caseDr
Dr Hanson after making a caieful caiefulexamination careeuloxumlnntlolJ eatetulexamnlimation
examination expressed the opinion that thattho thnttho timaltime
tho girl Is suffering from mental lJ ntal de derangement dcrnnement dorangement ¬
rangement rind should Immediately re receive Iecoho yecoivu ¬
ceive treatment treatmentHlulrti trentmontHolclI treatimiontStolemi
Hlulrti Gold Itcrnvcicd HeeoCIIclMineraI Itce ItcrnvcicdMineral vciemi vciemiMineral
Mineral Point JolntWis WIs June 9Thlrto 9ThlrloenthoUll1nd 9Thmlrtoemithousand n nthousand
thousand dollars more of thc gold coin coinstolen coinlitolen coinstolen
stolen from the First National bank bankhere bankhere bankhere
here on May Mil 2Uh has been recovered recoxciedIt
It WRH In thc vault of an outhouse of n ncity ndt itCII
city dt > hotel about ft block from rom the looted lootedbank lootedhnnk iCOISLIhank
bank ut which the prisoner Stewart StewartJolefl SlewnrtJlJlefi StesartJoleff
Jolefl boarded It Is believed that thc thcdetectives theletccllllS tueletctIte
detectives obtained Infoimatlon front fiomthu tlomtho frontthe
the prisoner as to the hiding place of ofthe oCtho oftue
the coin A t detective wont Into the thevault theault timevault
vault and dragged drnR 111 the treasure from Its Itshiding Itshiding itsimldiiig
hiding place This find and tho JSOOO JSOOObefore SOOObeton 1000before
before reioveted comprises all the gold goldmissing goldmissing old oldmissing
missing from thc bank The balance balance5soo Imlallcei5SOO hialanee5s00
5soo in I in currency currenc and the detectives detectiveshope lletectlnshope detectivesimOie
hope to recover It later laterSlndrnlN InterSllIllenlA laterSiimdents
SlndrnlN Stand by II Dr Tiihlii TiihliiBallna TuhlJsSallnn TuhmhsSalina
Salina Knn nn Juno 0 0A A committee committeerepresenting commllteerelJICFenting committeereprecenting
representing the students of the Jean Kaunas Jeanens DII DIIHas ¬
Has 1 Wesleymiim Vcsl < slllIn ynn university unher lt who Vhit are A Aunit ammmmit 1 1unit
unit In defence of Dr Frank D Tubbs Tubbsprofetvor Tiibbsiiofesr luhbplOfet
profetvor plOfet lIr of natural science dismissed dismissedlast
last week because of alleged heresy heresyhas hercshas imeresyimas
has Issued a 1 manifesto lo denouncing tin tinboard Ihboard litboard
board of trustees for duplicity upllell and andunfairness allduntalrness mmiitmtimlrness
unfairness The board has nur nred ed to tonllow 10nllow toallow
nllow Dr Tubbs n hearing next week weekbut wpkhUl weekiUt
but still positively refuse to reinstate reinstatehim relnstalchim reinstatehint
him The Incoming Junior nnd senior seniorclawes seniorclaMe seniorclasses
classes still seem determined del rmlned to carry carryout cnrr cnrrout carryout
out their threat to lonve the university universityif ulllnl1lllIf
if the th trustees do not accede to their theirdemands theirdemands theirdemands
demands demandsTiiunii demandsllmm demandsiuhltlii
Tiiunii pnoiin imowvnn imowvnnfloating nno 1lttJID11onthim w wBIJIt1111r
floating Party ImI on Mississippi 1I8sl sIJIJICnuJht sIJIJICnuJhtIII Caught CaughtIn
In n Storm and Upset UpsetDubuque UIISCIDubuque UpsetDubuque
Dubuque Iowa 10 a June 9 0A A boat con containing conlalnln eontaliming ¬
taining five persons returning from ft ftfishing I II1lhlng afishing
fishing trip was upset during durll a storm stormon
on tho Mississippi three miles north northof
of here Julius Guderlan and nn < l wife find nndMrs findIrt antiMrs
Mrs Irt Nicholas Kale were drowned The Thecrew Thocrew Thecrety
crew of a ferryboat ternb nt rescued two boys boyswho boswho boyssvhmo
who hung hun on the upturned upturn < kilt for fornn forin or orfin
nn hour nnd were nearly exhausted exhaustedWoodworker exhaustroW00l1workerH exhaustedWootiflnrkCrM
Woodworker to Go on Strike StilkcChicago Strlkerhlralo Strikerhieago
Chicago June 0 Members of thc thcAtnulpunited Ihtmalglm1Ie 11wAinaig
Atnulpunited Ainaig im2teti Wotdwoikis Votiwot ki B unln unk a who whonrn wh wharo whoare
are employed In saloon store and olllce olllcefixture oUkeI1xturt ohlicefixture
fixture manufactories at a meeting to tonight tonlsht tonlht ¬
night decided to KO on strike July lt ltIf IMIIf 1stit
If their demand for n minimum scale sraleof Bcaleof scaleof
of wages of 2 cents an hour and an < 1 a arlnphoitr aI1lnrhour arinhoimr
rlnphoitr day cia filial not be granted grantedTho Iranll1tho
Tho manufactures submitted a propo proposition Jlropo1I1110n iirnpneltion ¬
sition to tho union making the wns was wasfor 811 811tor s sfor
for cabinetmakers and machine hands
12 2 and for finishers flnlsli rs 1 ISO 80 for nine hours hoursThe hnllrTIll hoimmiTime
The men claim this timf Is n 1 reduction of
10 per cent on last years Y rs fcnle and If Ifnecessary IrnerclMry Ifnecessary
necessary they will strike to 0 for < > the themanufacturers IhemafuflHlurtr timernaufaeturers
manufacturers to come to term About
2000 000 men are affected affectedHcllnlous atrectc1Jlellulous affectedItehiglomis
Hcllnlous Procchfilim Procc IulteClllle8 ItcuomcN a Itlnl ItlnlChicago lUotChicago 11101Chicago
Chicago June 9 An attempt to run a astreet L LIIlrlet Astreet
street car through a religious prwfusion prwfusionof
of Italians at Eighteenth EI hteenth and Hark Harkstreets IlarkIIlrCels larkstreets
streets today tod precipitated a rl nat > t In Inwhich Inwhich inwhich
which the windows of the c ear r were werenmniihcd WPrIflmnhell vertsmnhmed
nmniihcd and one ne man Injured A riot riotcall riotcall slotcall
call to the Twentysecond street notice Dollcestation IIOlIceslatlon noticestation
station brought hrlu ht a wagenlond of officer officerwho officerwho ilicetSwho
who saved tho motorman and conductor conductorJrom conductorlrom xrnductorfrom
from bodily hod II Injury Sticks nnd ston stonwere stones slonIlI stoneswere
were lI ro hurled nt tho car until lhre was wasnot WIMnot wasnot
not a I whvlo window wln o left In It The po
VWIN VWINI1co
lice restored order with Uhm great reat dllllculty dllllcultythe cllfI1cultthe
the Italians being bent on getting c ttlnJ at atthe IIItlw attue
the crew el but the counsel of the priests priestsIn
In the procession averted a more serious seriousconflict aerloLconmct aeriOUconflict
conflict conflictArtist conflictimt
Artist imt 1st Kdwatd gtl 01 Mnrnn Dead DeadNew tleallI
New ce York Juno 9 9Ic1lartl Kdward Moran Moranthe Momnth Moranthe
the th eminent marine and landicapa landicapapainter landcuIIO11ulnter laimdcapoPainter
painter died this afternoon In his hisnpartmonts lmimtniartnmeimts
npartmonts and study atud > In Fifth I ICth nve nvenue aeflue u uIllle
nue from urucmlo poison superin superinduced sUllerlndurerl superlnlured ¬
lured by II t a complication of diseases diseasesirom dl diseases1tolli easel easelSIOI1l
irom which w hmleim ho had been suffering for fornbout fol1vout totabout
about 11 year eIU Udward Moran was wasborn WClSI10rn waitborn
born In Knglaml In 1828 When ho howaa hoWClt hens
waa ns 12 I years eurs old the family came to toAmerica 10mellcl tomnerlca
America mellcl and settled In Maryland nryJnnd Lat Later Later Lator ¬
er they went to Philadelphia but buttwuntytho lIuttwontfho buttwentyfive
twuntytho years ago he cnmd to Now NowYork NewYork c cYork
York where he line since made his hishome hislIul11o liltIonic
home homeMAI
MAI V 11 iiltIY DA HlJ I A BUIOIIHJS BUIOIIHJSAVus iUIC1IESViiit
AVus 118 Surgeon Sllr Ion General on Miles Staff StaffIn SII1III
III Porlu HI lUclI lUclIPit IticoPltlsbtmrg co coPHtsburg
PHtsburg Pit tsburg la June OMaJ 9 aJ W V H HDaly IIDnly 11Daly
Daly Burgeongonoral on tho staff ot otOcn orOen ofeim
Ocn eim Mllot III Porto Hlco committed committedsuicide committedHuhlde comnilitedsutmhJc
suicide at his home by II shooting him himolf himIolf limitself
self In the right temple Thc body bod of ofthe otIhe ofthe
the doctor was found In tho bath bathloom bathmom bathroom
loom by II Miss Mary Mar Short the house housekeeper houseoIweller housekeeper ¬
keeper lying In a pool 1 > 001 of blood with witha
a Sbcallbor revolver lying Mn on the floor floorDr 11001DI floorDr
Dr Foster osler who vn summoned at atonce atonce atonce
once found the bullet hole In the tem temple temIlle temnide ¬
ple rind announced that death had hadtaken halltulten hailtnkemm
taken place eevural hours before Miss MissShort Missilmtirt lIs8Short
Short then remembered heating n sharp sharpreport sharprepomt harprepolt
report about 7 7W M a in but thought thoughtIt
It was th the quick closing of a window windowNo I
No cause 111I It IH known tom Dr Dalys Dalysdeed DalY1Idet Iaiymmdeed
deed det unless It be that Insomnia drove drovehim drolu111m drochint
him temporarily Insane Insu For some time timehe timeho linelie
he him been lJ n unable to steep rcgulaily n11 > IIIJ IIIJfhe
The doctor was a widower and anlllen1 leave leaveno leaveSIto
no Immediate family film II He was 59 years yearsof
of age and for or many mall > oar oatlJ has been beenprominent betnrromlnent beenprominent
prominent In medical cjrcles He gained gainedInternational Saln gainedinternationtti I1 I1InteranllonlLI
International prominence during the thetuban thLCuban timeuban
Cuban war V81 ns It was hli report to the thecommanding tllicOl11lJlllldln timeconmummuiding
commanding general of the army arm that thatstarted thatstarted liststarted
started the embalmed beet Inquiry InquiryMiraculous InfJuhyfIILOllhlll inquiryiiacim
Miraculous iiacim ioime < l INuniio I call from Dcnfli DcnfliDenver nellthDelltr Iemmllmlcnver
Denver Colo June 10 Passengers 10Pl1ss 101assengerfrom Passengersfrom ngerLl ngerLllrom
from the Pacific coast report the themiraculous thomiruculoull tImemiraculous
miraculous escape from death of Mrs MrsPhotbe Mrsllmotbe IIS IISlholll
Photbe Davis IJI I an aged Itidy lad from Los LosAiiRoles 108AnlIes LosAtieles
AiiRoles Cal who In a snmnnmbulastlc snmnnmbulastlcMate
Mate walked oft the swiftly running runningtialn Iunnlul1Ilia rusmnimmqtrain
train soon afterlt after It left I tt WlnnrmuiH WlnnrmuiHNev inntmnutuXcv H Hev
Nev ev Vim ht was 18 only slightly hurt hurlW
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it is It is to her that thatwe thatwc thatwe
we owe our world worldnnd worldtln worldand
and tln cverytlriiifj cverytlriiifjshould
should be made ns nseasy nseDsy aseasy
easy ns nussiblc for forher or orber orher
her nt time t 10 time of ofchildbirth ofchidbirUl ofchildbirth
childbirth This Thisis fhisis
is just what whatBOTHERS whatMOTHERS what1OTI1ERS
BOTHERS BOTHERSFRIEND 1OTI1ERSFRIEB t tFRlEtlD
FRIEND FRIENDwill
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will willde do H ltwfllniako ltwfllniakoInbys will make makeInbys mal c cInbys
Inbys ccmimj cmnim easy easyanil C3SYand easyand
and painless J > ainl s am and that without tel taking ukIng tellag ¬
ing dangerous drugs into the sys system sY5telll sysemit ¬
tem emit It u s simply simpl to o be b applied to totlio totheUluscll totIme
tIme theUluscll ntusclt of the abdomen It Itpenetrates Itpenctratos t tpenetrates
penetrates through throufh the skin carry carrying carryIng carrying ¬
ing strength jtrcn th and IInl elasticity clasticlt with It ftIt ItIt itItitreimgtienct1to
It Ititreimgtienct1to itrcngtliens tlio whole w ole system and nndprevents nnt nntprctnt andlirevents
prevents all of the discomforts of ofpregnancy oflrlfunnr ofjircgflaacy
pregnancy pregnancyTJio
TJio mother of n plumb babe In InPanama inPau hiPanatna
Panama Pau fnn Mo Io snys I have uted utedMotLsrs UbtlloUlorA uem1MoUmers
MotLsrs Priend nnd can praise it ithighly ithfgWy ithlgWy
highly highlyGet hlgWyGet
Get t Mothers friend nt ollha the theDrug theStore
Drug Store SI per bottle boltlcTlie boUleI boUleThe bottleTi1
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The Ti1 Bradficld Rejjulnlor l Co CoATLANTA CoATLANTA CoATLANTAGA
ATLANTA ATLANTAGA ATLANTAGA1itorourfrceIhlustrated GA GAntcorourfrcoillustrated GArit
ntcorourfrcoillustrated rit book bookHeforoBabylxBonj bookBcClro bookI
I HeforoBabylxBonj BcClro Daby is Dam
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SILIlfl KILLED KILLEDSEVEN KILLEDtl
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tlSEVEN SEVEN INJURED INJUREDResult
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Result 6f f a Wreck on tho Dela Delaware Delaware Delaware ¬
ware Lackawana Western WesternUESOUEHS WesternHESCUEHS Wostorii1RESOU1RS
UESOUEHS AMONG A lONO DEBRIS DEBRISTerrible DEHIUSlerrlbl DEBRISte
Terrible te mn bi Morm S term In I ii Oklnlioniiilliiny OklnlioniiilliinyIurin Ok 0 k lithe lIhlllllllIIIIII lIhlllllllIIIIIIllIrllllloIlHo iii a iJmt ml mlIarfti
Iurin llIrllllloIlHo lloniioi lleliuilMicilSiHoral lleliuilMicilSiHoralKilled tlelllllll hlISturlll hlISturllllUlled
lUlled unit tlmi Hurl HurlHlnghnmtoii HurtBlnchamtoll Shirtliltigimnmtoii
Hlnghnmtoii N Y June 8 SWhllo While a afreight afr afreight
freight fr lght tinln on the th Lacknwnnna was waitaking wasInldng witstaking
taking water nt Vestal ten miles weal wealof sestof cst cstoC
of here at DtG I5 oclock tonight It was wasrun Willirun wasrun
run Into from fro III behind by a double doubleheader douhleh doublehendom
header h atlcl wildcat train In the second secondcur
cur from tho caboose of tho stationary stationarytialn
tialn was n largo quantity of dyna dynamite cJlIaillite dynamimite ¬
mite which was as exploded by the Itu Itupact 1mIlnct liiiiiact
pact Six men were OIU killed and three threefatally throeCatllll threefatally
fatally Catllll Injured
DKAD DKADJ m DIAPJ I IJ
J Jr it Kellcy Iolle Elmira KlmlraTheodore mmhaIheotlorc ElmiraTimeodoro
Theodore PotheimiH Elmira KlmlraFlyman ElmiraFlummmarm
Flyman 1 IOUlIU Wetherbeu WetherbeuFATALLY WethmerbeeFAPALI4Y otherlJccPAIAII
FATALLY HUUT HUUTEngineer HUHIltnlfhlel uI1J1tlItniTlimeem
Engineer Mattlco MattlcoKdward MatticeEdvmiytl Int tlce tlcegdwurd
Kdward Mwlclluk lll lcllck trainman trainmanKdward trulnumllgJwurd tralimimman1dwnrtl
Kdward Polhcmus trulnmnn trulnmnntleorgu tmlull1nllUlorgl truimmimmnmmJeorgu
tleorgu MuttliH trainman trainmanEngineer trolnmnnEnlnecr tmainnmiimmEngineer
Engineer Lonergnmn of the lie wildcat wildcatUnknown wlillcatUnknown wildcatUnkmtowmi
Unknown man manUulli 111011lIJth mmmiiJiItit
Uulli trauma were blow to alums but butthe huttho bitttime
the remainder of their crows escaped escapedwith csealledwIth escapedsltli
with slight Injuries InjuriesMuch InJurlcsMuh InjuriesMuch
Much damage wan done by the con concussion coneUll810n coneussioim ¬
cussion most of tho windows In InVestal InVestal inVestal
Vestal and Union across the ilvor ilvorfrom Ihorfrom mivortrout
from Vestal being shattered Hlng Hlnghamptonu BInghamptona 131mglmaimmptonmm
hamptonu plate glasa fronts did lll nut nutescape IIIJtccape mmutescape
escape many of time largest glasses In Inhe Inthe Intue
he city clt being broken The shock wan wanfelt walltelt waitfelt
felt at a distance of thirty miles milesHlnghamton milesBinghamton milesDinghamtomm
Binghamton N Y Juno 9 9jomell 9jomellWel 0Five Five men menwcro imicimemo
wcro emo t Hilled and seven Injured In Inst histnights Instnlght instnights
nights wreck Iecl at Vestal All but two twoof toot twoof
of the lie seven Injured men were cjo train trainmen tmlnnwn trainmitcH ¬
men Several of UICKO who were werethought wtictitougimt veicthought
thought to be b fatally fnlnll hurt Inst night nightrecovered nightrtl nightretovemed
recovered rtl oered from the concussion and to toUij todn today
day dn mo nut llguied In tho list of tho thoslightly thosllHhllr ito itoIiilgimtl
slightly Injured InjuredAll
All through th time < > early morning hours hourHtho hourlltho hoursthe
tho rescuers lulled about and among amongtho ol1onHtho amongthe
tho burning freight uirs mrs at time th HCCIIU HCCIIUof Rconoot scoimuof
of the explosion but It was 0H not until untillate UIIIIIlute uimtlllate
late this afternoon that portion of the thehint thoInst timelust
hint dismembered hud body wore CIO discovered discovereda
a quarter of a mile horn where the ex explosion exllosloli cxlmiosiomm ¬
plosion occurred occurredTho uccurredTho occurredTime
Tho trucks of tho Delaware Lacka Lackawannti Laeknwnnnn Lackaannn
wannti l Western cltcrn railroad wore com completely COlliJIelely commiimletely ¬
pletely block until past midday Doth Dothtrains Bothtmlns Dotimtruisms
trains were completely wrecked and andtho 11111tho amidtue
tho engines of the wildcat freight freightwhich frellthtwhich freightshicim
which ran Into tho rcnr of train No NoCl NoGI Noci
Cl which was taking water nt the time timeand tImeInd timimeand
and which carried the fatal car of ofdynamite orInmllilte ofilyimnitmite
dynamite were reduced to 0 scrap Iron Ironpieces IrollIJleces lroimIlleces
pieces of which have been picked up uphalf li lihalf 11 11hnll
half u mill away awayAKldo IayAtlhlo awayieitio
AKldo from Inm the damage t1rLmn e to the rail railroad railIoall railionil ¬
road piopcrty much minor damage Is Isreported Isrlportlll isreported
reported Nearly every err house III the thevillages IholIIn thevillages
villages lIIn es of Vestal and l union which me meacross 11I0ncrOKS ateacross
across the Busnuchnnna from the thewreck thewreck timewreck
wreck lost more or less of their win wludowBlaiw winII0W1101III vIimilowhas
dowBlaiw while formers house rind rindbarns IInllbarn itmitibarns
barns noar the scene were crt badly hUIII shat shattered shattere shmattereil ¬
tered tere None of tho Inmates however howeverwore howeverwore howeververe
wore Injurod InjurodDISASTROUS IIIJurodDISASlUOUS imijuredDrSASTE0Ls
DISASTROUS STOUM IN OKLA OKLAHOMA OKLAnOMA O1LAIZOMA ¬
HOMA HOMAWichita nOMAWichita IZOMAVicimita
Wichita Kan Juno 8 8rhc The most mostdisastrous mosttlli mostdlsastrotls
disastrous tlli HtrOlR storm which has over visit visited vIsitell visitoil ¬
ed Oklahoma Ol < lnilolll Vrovallcd III Kay I a county countylast countyIn8t countyinst
last night A tornado torna o struck llltllngh llltllnghKddy Blllln BhiilngsEddy I II
Eddy I lldy and Tonknwa nnd Its Influence Influencecovered Illfluencecovered Influencecovered
covered n 1 sttetch of country ten miles mileswide mlleRwi mileswide
wide wi do and thirtysix miles long Ion Near Nearly ¬
ly every farmhouse in northwestem northwestemKny
Kny ny county Is more or less Injured Injurednot
not a windmill has been left standing standingnnd stnndlnRllI
anti RllI the face of the country la covered coveredwith cocredwllh coveredsitim
with debris dibrloniachvtoll lhbrlJlInclmell debris1imekeil
niachvtoll suffered considerably considerablyPractically conshlerllhJrncticILII considoralmlJrmietlcmthiy
Practically every eel pane of glass Inss In the thecity thtcity timecity
city has been broken If the damages damagesreported tlamOltlSreliort damagesreported
reported < 1 mire correct Including the theilnmngp thoItRmlljl theilenuige
ilnmngp to crops from wind and hall hallIt
It will lie more than 100000 1100000Tho 1000001ho 100000Iiio
Tho tornado was time worst nt Eddy Eddywhere Edd Eddwhpo Eddywhwru
where three persons CrSOIlA wore killed and andswan andHCOn andi4eOn
swan woundod The toinado came camefrom comefrdm cantofrOm
from the oouthwet nnd nn struck Eddy Eddynt
nt 680 oclock Every house In the theliamlot thehlLmlot timehamlet
hamlet was os blown away 1111 save two twoDEAD toDlMD twoDEI
DEAD AT A EDDY EDDYMrs BDDYIrs EDDYMrs
Mrs Irs Maud McOathoy McOathoyLouis MGsthmeyTotml r OathoyTouli
Louis McGMluy McGMluylob lcC lllhy lllhyDob
lob McQtllUn McQtllUn3NJUH13D MeOmliflaINSUltED lOrIlUnJNJUHBD
INSUltED AT EDDY EDDYCharles EDDYClmrlo8 EDDYCharles
Charles Goldsmith skull fractured fracturedJohn CracluredTohn
John MoBraln log lo broken brokenHugh brol18nlIu broltenIlugh
Hugh lIu h Iralhor nose broken brokenJud brollcnJutl brokenJud
Jud McWIIInmg head crushed crushedHownrd crushed1I0Irll crushedhoward
howard Hamaean I Ia ma gait head badly badlycrushed badlycrushed badlycrimsitNi
crushed crushedItuby crushedHuh crimsitNiituby
Ituby Huh Hlfrglnliotlmiii JlI rJnbothQIl1 face crushed crushedind
amid Internal Injuries InjuriesA
A J J D Evans nns leg broken brokentKISlINGXONMINKJVM hroitnIUmtl broietiIElllN
IUmtl tKISlINGXONMINKJVM n NOtlJX O otJSJJ il 1 UN i IN I MSIJ MSIJGreat IJISBGlent t4INiCmemil
Great Endeavor of Intrriintlonnl As Association ilssitimlO so solllntl ¬
sociation lllntl t hum ill mm t MucliliilhtH MucliliilhtHNew lnuhIIlIHIHNl t ii cli I mm I t it itNew
New Nl York June 10 10At At n recent recentmeeting rtllntmlet1n reentmseiflg
meeting of the Central Federated union unionhe unionth unlnnthe
th the he privilege prhII e of the floor was given Iwm to toa toII
a committee from the International As Asoclatlon Agso Associtttloti
oclatlon so < of Machinists who nuked per permission JllrmllIlon permission
mission to lay the ease of the striking strikingmachines strikingmachtnblls strikIngmacimitmivftl
machines before the body A Kunzrl Kunzrlnun KunzllIIlIn Kunzciinten
nun of thin committee said that the theirlnclpal theprincipal theirlmtelpa
principal point now was to keep 20000 20000ionunion 20000nonunion 20000nonuniun
nonunion men who had gone one on IL atrik ILelrlk ILstrike
trik strike with the union men from rushing rushingtack rush rushingback In Inback
back to work workThere workThere forkThere
There are 0090 machinists on strike strikeor striketor strIkefor
for or the shorter work day throughout throughouthe
he United Platen he continued II Of Ofhew DCthell4 Ofthese
hew 30000 belong belon to It the union and andvu anllWI antiWI
WI have to t o k kHll p the other 30000 000 in line lineVc IInlWo lineWe
Vc Accept RI < tlll the challenge of the Nil Nillonnl Nittionni II IIlIonal
lonnl Trades nmodatlon nm and will fight fightUntil fightunlll fightuntil
Until We ve It win In cr until the end ShmiKl ShmiKlWe Sivtmldwin
We t win an I hot hope nnd b hellll llve It mans nvnnia
a nlnHiMir woiK WOI k day for or 050000 pee peoilp peeIle lO lOIiiI
ilp IiiI throushout the Inltctl St Slat States Stateslie tfH tfHJit > H HHe
lie sfllii 1 that the light would be a anng nlun along
lun long nng And bitter one and asked the cm cmral clnIral contrai
ral bodY hOll to lend Its flit nnanrlHtlv nnd nndthmvlw nnJothlrI ai1ittimerwise
thmvlw It would require Sl 150000 n nteek l lwlek aweek
week hf laid to pay IJn MI Ilrlk Ike liunents neflls fr frhe CorIhe frlime
lime he nonunion mm The meeting otri otrio
to o give JI I J100 directlY lr4 > ctlv to the machinists machinistsnd
and nd ftdcrt td tdoottd lttl a resolution directing the theeecreUry thlttCretiry therscretry
eecreUry to write to nil the olllliatid olllliatidinlous J JIInlll118 1 1imniuas
inlous npklnff for flnnnclal assistance assistancedr c cfClr
for dr I jito he strikers strikersLOST tllrlkersIOST strIkersI
LOST IN NiV NI i YOUK YOUKk oiliclr
I
k Vry U Ajetl Irtl Ciilirornlnn Hecoincs Hecoincsllivlllied UCCOIIIC8Umvllllllleclill ilceommiesflehliicteit
llivlllied In tlio Metropolis MetropolisNew IClrlJJIJIIHNew 1el ropolis ropolisNew
New York June 10 10ugustus Augustus Hath Hathv Bathtae
l tae v > ne 7J y x eirs r8 old rf If San nn Jow r Cal Calho al alstile i iho
stile ho IB ft staying rlnR now In n Hrooklyn Hrooklynntol llrookiynlttW
ntol h loJ arrived here Wodnftsdny after aftermwjn altert1IJQn after150mm
mwjn with IS 5 nnd ntl a 1 cheek cht < k for JSOO 1JO 00 He Hend Illh1I1
h1I1 nd hot ot l been > c n In New fW York for nenily nenilyfty lIealh11ft flelUlyfifty
11ft fifty fty yonn 0011 Time city clt had changed co conjudli 10r sorutfli
njudli r u lt since Iln hit hl last visit that he bee be4nme be betime
e 4nme time nle ooinplttely bewildered and lost lostdetective loPIlIellft1e
4 detective wax assIgned to the hunt huntir huntC huntfrthwdd
C frthwdd ir rth4 the old moils man c eh < fh and cheek The TheHuetlvp ThedltlJCthp ThedittctRe
Huetlvp mrily OOMI found tho tlrst hotel hotelnollnthbanaiwcnt hotelIM botchro1tathbonotwent
IM nollnthbanaiwcnt to but It was nll a ain I IIdn aking
Idn king < in time before h found the second secondt
t last the trait led I to the Atlantic Atlanticlotel Atlnntlch Atlanticheld
h held tel In Brooklyn The proprietor
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T is significant that in n homes of wealth where wherethe whererJ wherethe
rJ i the very best is demanded dcman ed Ivory Soap is isused isused isused
used in the nursery At the same time in inhundreds inE Inhundreds
E hundreds of families where economy decides decidesthe decidesthe decidesthe
the choice Ivory Soap is selected Thus its purity purityattracts purityattracts purityattracts
attracts the rich its it economy attracts the poor High Highquality Highquality Highquality
quality and low cost is there any better combination
cPve iIi or v I 11 rIO IXU 4it co c cciui
JU ittmgustus UltUI Strauss Immediately l > rccog recognized rccognl1lU rccognized ¬
nized Itnthlione as n man who WhDreHlster WhDreHlstercd register registered ¬
ed there last Wednesday and left bin binbaggage hllIJIIlnrnje liltlimiggage
baggage mid valuable and disappeared disappearednext
next day Ito fjtrnuss gave ItathbonoH ItathbonoHbelongings Hat IfttthboimoHbolommgirigs bonol bonolbelollglngs
belongings to the detectiveIlnthbono detectiveIlnthbonoIs detective ltntlmbone ltntlmbonelit
Is a iintlvu of Pi evidence It IIn I Ifl 1852 1852ho 8 S1 S1lie J
ho loft there to go West WeAtfvl est where oro ho homndc homnde liemade
made his fortune The old hian 11111 Is on onn
n tour of the world and came this way wayto WILYto wayto
to obtain another glimpse of t No Nov v York Yorknnd YorlUlHI Yorktimid
nnd timid to VIsit Islt lila iiI old homo In 11I1rol 11I1roldellce Provi Providence Provideuce ¬
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Now No York June 10 10MTho Tho Tribunes TribunesLondon Trlbune4Iondon TribuneitLoimdon
London correspondent Bays BaysAmong 5n0Among saysAmnong
Among tile members on both sides of
the house of commons the greatest In Interest In1rCllt interest ¬
terest Is exhibited on tin I r port nl 01till ohtiio nltho
till committee on raform In war olHco olHcoadministration Otnlalhnlnllralion ofijeenihmnliiistration
administration and theto Is much cagor cagornios euserIIS ettgritiss
nios for an oportunlty to debate time thnrecommendation thorfCOlllmellllnlJon timertcomiimemmdatioims
recommendation The committee has hasbuggestcd hasuglstld linesmmggestitd
buggestcd several erlll nuostlons Inviting Invitingthe Inltlnthe
the government to name n day for dls discussion dls1JI dlsrimsitiorm ¬
cussion 1JI lon It IM no doubt very dltllcult In Inthe InIho Intime
the preKnt backwaid condition of bus business hUAIness hunlaces ¬
iness fur the government to find lima limafor tlleCor tnefor
for n new army mmrmim debate hut thev tile will willcertainly willrtnlnl wiltcertainly
certainly rtnlnl be strongly picfsed to do BO BOas soas itOas
as the subjei t Is felt to ho fit f more than thanordinary thl10ordInary titanorellimary
ordinary Interest and Importance ImportanceAdvanced hnprtllncctlIalllld ImirtanccAtivammeed
Advanced refoi rprOl1l1ell1 met s among alllon military militarymunheis mllltnryIIJrmhlrH mliltnrymmniers
munheis of if parliament appear on till tluwhole tillwholl timewhole <
whole to I approve the report of time thacommittee thoeomll1ltt timecomimmlttee
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Attention Investors hivestorsThe
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store will wJ1lbe hih be sold to the highest hlg c l bidder bl l1ol for cash at 12 oclock noon Juno 19 1 1901f
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