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fiitoTr IImIrlsAlon ll < n 111Ioh pervades the opln 01111I
11 f wIt i wspapers nnd II I HI public publico
111 o LI L A well ell understood that the therI1
the Mil Milnci 1111IantI itlliand
rI1 1 States ttlll not enter
nci and mt ronildem Is expressed that thatIt
It 1t1 i morally suppit the AngloJup AngloJupJMH
JMH policy policylumeftlnirof p pcIIYparnetttflg l1ry l1ryIII
lumeftlnirof III parnetttflg melllng ot the tIi Japanese society societyI
I bl twdnst l U I Inst night to hiur tho secro secroury RecroIlry ecroIITY
ury the nontty road n paper uor on onf onrrm onttca
f rrm ttca tinoia ra und111 und un JuimiiPBe rule writ writlinyJ tit titlr lt ltII
linyJ II lr tt i Jml rai W Davidson U S on conPI onK
K PI ramsul ronnosn Archibald Col Colt ColphilD Colhon
t philD hon n K H 0 s during tho stibse stibsei subsesrsseu
nl i iddnws dr gse ald ho hoped tho thot thet1t
t t1t f t KOUIJ be extended so 5 ns to In Int inte
t te 1 Ih t nlted States StfttcRKumtnnis HilltrsSUDJII1IUH Statestudarotu
Kumtnnis questions will bo asked In IntaliOTcnt InI Iiitr1Ianent
taliOTcnt I Umenl with n view of getting bet botttMnfwiiiittlon betlef hottP
ttMnfwiiiittlon lef ntoralatlon on tho subject Tho Thoton 1hob 1Iieflioft
ton b of f mOlt nl n tli Ihe objections urged lI ell Is Isthi IsI istprini
I tIImelllh tprini thi premature na tare nubllca nubllcait
I I t p it Thf Lh Liberals think thinkrial thlnl11Ierllhinf
rial 11Ierllhinf tniMnff rshln dtsiinblp 1I llIbll might have haveinr hnvehn
hn l inr nh111ntd iinrd by b n simple understand understandIti
leI ivur tu 11 a formal treaty and In any anyc nn nnII
c V ihi It fln WRI not wise to make tho thoi
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r 1 It almost wholly concerned concernedS
t I > itlet S t that tlu1 tll treaty will have havoinpuini havet
1 inpuini JIO DoJlI und Manchuria Manchuriasr
sr f the Ih itnna papers suggest suggestI stiggeutBaW
I I R rlInj1 llai BaW may nia be handed over our1ioI1ln overd
1 IWUM a muul flu ttl base ThoNeuo ThoNeuor Tho Neuo Neuof Neuc1PtI3
f 1PtI3 liijeof ro1 01 l r Hula mm thinks that the theV thot1II
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if Ia iorca i imtuln free merely Illote to ob obiff ohr ohDan
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pusxts t pne t lIs b bdht Hif Hint the advantaged of oft ofay
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r rl1 whle wI obllgatlony obllgatlonyndon
r11 lie Umdotr ndon Tlm In nn editorial
i t ixrdKo8o Lor 1orj 10MpIty ty credit for laying
f urijation u ciRbt years ago for the
AgJtpana f n lrJ jrfpann panls uiliume which hloh there thereornra thereJmr
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for the best workings of ScoltEmulsion Scolt Scotrs ScotrsEmulsion ScottsEIfl
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powerful p wcrul tonics the hypophos hypophosphites hypophosphitcs hypophos1hiteS
phites For thti th loss of flesh flcslScotts fesh feshScotts fleshScotts
Scotts Scotts Emulsion provides lh lhnourishing the thenourshing thenourishing <
nourishing nourshing codliver codlver oil oilScotts oi oilScotts I IScotts
Scotts Scotts Emulsion corrects correctsthe correctsthe correctsthe
the effects of imperfect nour nourishmcnt nourIshment nourishinent
ishmcnt and brings rapid im improvemont improvcmont improvemont
provemont in 1 every way tc tcrickqty torckGty to1 to1rickety
rickety rckGty children childrenS chidren I I5n
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SCOTT SCT DOWNE OW 1 Ch Ccmlh Chtmlfti mUti4r 40 409 ru1 ilStNV ilStNVtint St St U V VUI Ytitig
tint UI referring to tho now IOW dual UllnUlnnco UllnUlnnco81YI ntllnnccBays ntllnncc hiianoe1says
Bays 81YI
BaysTho Time Th AngloJnpimeso AnlloJapnntso nlllnnco nllnlco hears i iirrent n nreat agreat
great reat resemblance rClcmblllWe to the tht triple nlll nlllaiicc 11
aiicc IIIC If I the th Unlml United HtntcB Stltos Inn IIU jolnci jolnciJapun jolnollJnfun joinctlJapan
Japan Jnfun and 1M Or Orent cat Hrltaln lrlnlu in resisting roslntlnithu Isl tug tugthu
thu signing ot tho Miinchuilnn Mllichullnn treaty
It I must bo hI Inferred that the thl United UnlteiSlates Unlell UnlellRtntcl Unitedi3tates
Slates Rtntcl regards the new leW treaty treat syinpa syinpathotlcally ayznpatliotictlly ympntholculy
thotlcally tholculy Blnco tho Immediate Inmodlltc alrm alrmof nlmsof nltnof
of Japan Jlvnl and UIll Uroat qrclt llrltnln 11111111 arc cssen cssentlally osaentaly essentinIly
tlally taly defeinlve dltolslvo tho treaty acquires un unmlBtaknblo UI unimitutakitbin
mlBtaknblo ml tnknblo significance slrnllcllcO In regard to tin tinpreservation theNeRralol thuvreuervation
preservation NeRralol of peace pelce in II the thl orient orientTho orlontfho orientThe
The VoKSlsclio HeltuiiB Zoltulg also Infers Infcnthnt Infersthat infersthat
that tho trcnty will wi tend towards the tinmalnlunnnro theUlntolnnro thenutintcnaneo
malnlunnnro Ulntolnnro of orlentnl trnnqulllty trnnqullltyand trnlclult trnlclultInt1
and Int1 Bays that It feels fQol1 to that thlt extent extonIt extontIt
It cnn ba bl viewed with satisfaction 1tRtucton by
ClormrUiy OOllnI But lut tho paper 1111Ir adds that tlmacrmnnya thntOormllYs thatOcrnmanys
acrmnnya OormllYs InlcrcHt IIIotCHt in II the far eastern oaaterrpolitics oootcr easternpolitics
politics poltc Is not lot Hufilclent ufclent to Justify JURl hw hwoffondlng IWIoNoldllg liceoffending
offending oNoldllg llustla by participation JlirUcllltOI Ir Irsuch II In Insuch
such slch nn 11 iigrecment iigrecmentTho IKrcolonl IKrcolonllho
Tho Nousto Nou th Nttchrlchtcn NIClllchlel soon In the thealliance timealliance
alliance 01 Ilnco n 1 far fil greater practical 11ractcnl ml nhan nhanInKo ndvnn ndvnntago ran rantngo
tngo for Croat Orrlt hutton li 111 1 thnii thll for Japan Japanslnco JIIHn JIIHnslnco Jupansince
slnco n JupncHcHusslan JI11IesCnu slon war Is 1 ismost tin tinmost tl tlmost
most probtiblo 11roIrlbio of all ni possible Ilossiblecolltctll IlossiblecolltctllII conflicts conflictsIn
In II eastern tlller Asia The paper uddu udduIt Icl nddIll
Ill It I Is most 10Ht unlikely Illk ly that France FJn e will willactively wil wilocthely willactively
actively assist IHslst llusslu lussln In such slch n con conflict canlt eonfilet ¬
filet lt Therefore Jhorotore Japan Jnliln with lh the agree agreement alroo agreeflmflimi ¬
ment 1111 In her pocket ocwt will 1 have hlvo to reckon reckonwith IeckonIth reckonwith
with Ith one oto on 01 tho costs cOltl ot settlement Bcttlumcnlwith sot settlementvlth ment mentwith
with JUiRfila JUiRfilaTim 1ulsII ItusslaTI1
Tim TI1 PntJNCJI FHt NCH VIKW VIKWPurls VIFVIaiI IW
Purls 111 Fob 12 12ro 12rlmo Tho view taken In Indiplomatic InI1pl01111c Intliiilolnfltic
diplomatic I1pl01111c circles here ro IB II that thlt tho An AngloIapanci Al 4tligto1aianose
gloIapanci lu nIJlnCie < e nlllnncc nllnlce being purely llely
defensive dlteuslo h I nowlsu u dln I11HIulolnl dlsquiotiimg < iulotlnff sic element ell sicnmeimt ¬
ment In tho eastern enllern situation sltuatonrhc sltuatonrhcIKreemelt The Thengrcement Flielgreeimmeflt
ngrcement IKreemelt It Is II claimed clnlmlr oxeludon 01110 Man Manchuria Manchurll Mancliurlim ¬
churia churll nnd Iml tint llussln JusRla therefore Is not notmenace It Itmenace notP10110CC
menace thereby thcleb Tho nlllnnco allnnce Is II take taken takecn inkon ¬
en to indicate lullcnto thnt Great Grlat BritaIn Urlaln line lineabandoned hlR hlRIbnldonNI hueabnudonedi
abandoned IbnldonNI her he opportunist olortullllt and vac vacdinting vneclatng vitoclinting
dinting clatng attitude Itltula of recent year catl In the thefar Ihetal thefat
far cast cIst for a I fixed fcll policy OIOY mid thai thaitho thlt thltIho thattime
time iLMiilt will 1 certainly corllln y mako for or the thepence the11mcI theP10CC
pence 11mcI of the world The ho question quesion ot otCor otCortn oforen
Cor Cortn oren r provided prolled for In II the first nrtl nrtlrle arl artine
rle of the treaty cannot clnlot lent lelr to I tdlttturhnnca Illlurhnnco idisturbance
dlttturhnnca lllurhnnco of orlho time peace because heCIUHO HUB HUBsin HusIII fluesin
sin III lies ho no aggressive alms In that thatcountry thlt thltcoUnlY thatcountry
country countryJapan coUnlY countryJapan
Japan Tnlll also Is not In an aggressive nRgresslvemood ngressho110ld
mood 110ld One 010 of the rim IrFt results rosull of tho thonllrnnce thonltlnco timealliance
alliance nltlnco will wi probably be a new IOW Japan Japanese llnn llnnoselolll ¬
ese oselolll Sc loan ns Japan Jlpnn has his need of money moneyTho IUIY nmneyrho
Tho ho Time nlllnnct nlllnnctseems
Temps llpl says now 10W nlnncl nlnnclSOClf
seems SOClf to Indicate Inllcnio that tho lirltlsh Britsh gov government 10 10rlllent gorerlmumtent ¬
ernment rlllent Intends Inlcllslnnugurtll Inaugurating a I new newpolicy newlOllCy
policy 1101 in II the far emit It J Is nn In Inno In10nUol innoatlon
no 10nUol noatlon ntlon without witioutpreeedent precedent flecedent for n ceo century ceotury en entur ¬
tury tur Knglnnd l thereby thlreby changes her herpolicy herpolley herlOILCY
policy of It frep tre Jllld9 hands for rO a n policy poley of oftied orled oftIed
tied led hands There Is perhaps erhalR a direct directI directlelattoim
I elation 111101 between betfon this thll unit 111 tho sort ot ofdiplomatic ot111110mnlo otdiplomatic
111110mnlo diplomatic revolution 1loluton and change chAIo of ofBltintlon oCHltlltOI ofsitiuit1uii
Bltintlon HltlltOI regarding rognrllng VelIIalVel WellalWel WellalWelIho VelIIalVelTho
Tho Journal lolnnl de 1118 tIes Debut Vebatl H remarks remarksWo lelnrks lelnrksWo
Wo Ve think England 11nllnl1 gets tho best of oftho ottho oftime
tho bargain barglin She merely mol assumes ansumestheorotrlcal assumesIhoorlllrll sectionstlmeorctilcai
theorotrlcal Ihoorlllrll obligations oblgntonl towards Japan Jnpnnwhereas Japanwimeremis apnn apnnwherels
whereas wherels the litters lulers oblIgations oblgltons towards towardsKnglund tOlnr4sI1tfhln towar4s1iigltmnd
Knglund I1tfhln tako II much more 1010 practical practicalcharacter Jnetcn JnetcnnlllNollr practicamchmarwtor
character nlllNollr It I does not 10t seem IOel liS is If ItJapan IfJapun ifJapan
Japan has hl8 much reason renon to congrntu congratulate conrrotu conrrotulato
lato lursclf on 01 the treaty while whie the theother thoolher theotime
other lowers cannot tmlot remain Indifferent Indifferentto Inllleront Inlllerontto
to an ni alliance nllance which will llclve leave England Knglandmuch Englandiimtich nglnnt
much Ilch less lels accomorndutlng accoomdutng in the far farcast tl farenut
cast
castTlm The Francois Frnnclls says IS The most Im Important 1mOrlonl Iraportant ¬
portant result resll will wi bo boto to give Ilve England Englandgreater Ellglunt1grenler Englandgreater
greater world freedom In 1 the remainder Iomlilder of the theworld theworlll theworld
Irof PcarMin PcarMinChicago lcnrJf1 Ucsllnf flesignu flesignuChIcago
Chicago Fob I eb 12 nProt Prof Charles W WPearson Wrelrson WPearson
Pearson relrson whoso recent utterances utterancesrifalnst uternces uterncesNllnHt utterancesegalnet
rifalnst NllnHt the Infallblllty Intalblt of certain por portions port011 portlrnmc ¬
tions t011 of the Bible Ibll1 occasioned occ loned wide com comment comInent cornmont ¬
mont In Methodist fothotlst church chuch circle clrlles today todayresigned tot1uyrAshnelos todayresigned
resigned as professor of Kngllsh I nllsh litera literature lor Ilterature ¬
ture tur nt Northwest Northwlst university universiy The re resignation 10Ihmnton toidgnalion ¬
signation Ihmnton It Is stnted was voluntary voluntaryProf olultar olultarProf
Prof Pearson curson also asked kell for n letter letterof lotor lotorat
of dismissal 11 118nl from the Methodist lethOlst Epic Episcopal Eplscorml Epiccopal ¬
copal church chlrch rime letter leter was WOI given but butafterward butnCorwnrl1 butnftorwnrti
afterward nCorwnrl1 recalled 1111101 nn Its ls possession pO8eulul by bylr b bDr byUt
lr Pearson 10nrlon would woullldlralo Indicate that he was wnsIn WIR WIRIn wasIn
In good standing stu llng in II tho tlm church hlrch Tho Thoprofessor Thoprorl Theprofessor
professor prorl lor Is II to continue cOltnu In II charge of ofIds oChlH ofhis
Ids class casl until Intl n successor Slrcosor Is found tunne and andhis nnt1his andhis
his salary Is to continue coutnll until Ult Jan Jai 1
1903 His IR letter loter follows followsI toloIR toloIRI
I hereby horlb tender my m resignation rNIfnaton rNIfnatonrotellr ns nsprofessor asprofessor
professor rotellr of t English nrIHh literatim 111Ituro In InNorthwestern InNOlthwestorn InNortime5term1
Northwestern NOlthwestorn university With Wih tho thokindliest thodlltnst timekimidliect
kindliest dlltnst feeling feelug toward you YOI all ni andbest and 1111 tinmlbest i
best wishes I he for tho future rltlre welfnro of ofthe oftime I Itho
the Institution hlllton to which I have given givenso ghln
so many Illn years IIH of service fcrvllo I nm 01 very veryrespectfully veryreslectfully eryllspeetfulh
respectfully llspeetfulh yours
yoursC OUS C W PEAUfeON PEAUfeONIn PI AnloN AnloNII
In II a statement stltemcnt given out olt by 1 Secy SecyClrandon SOIY SOIYOrnndon See SeeCirandon
Clrandon tho trustees point voilt out Olt tho ex excellence IXe8lel cxcelienco ¬
cellence e8lel o of Prof Prof Pearsons PIUrIOI1 services 81IIces dur during lur lurInl ilurlag ¬
lag Inl the thirty years YOlrA ho has been con connected conIctel commnected ¬
Ictel nected with wlh the faculty taellt nnd ne Inr aver > r that thatthey thatthey thatthey
they feel great grelt regret nt tho severance Bevcrnnooof IIOOrIC IIOOrICor
of relations relationsIn rolllions rolllionsIn
In regard to his seeking n letter loier of ofdismissal oCd1M118R1 ofdismissal
d1M118R1 dismissal from roam the church Prof Poor Poorson Parson Ionrheft
son said lll I made nn ni attempt ntomllt to in innugumtc II iiiatigumate
nugumtc allU1le a now no policy 110 but tho changes changesproposed chaneIlrlJ1301 changesproposed
IlrlJ1301 proposed though I do 10 not 10t doubt doult that thatthey thattho thattime
time they will wH be accepted In the compara comparatively comparl comparalively ¬
lively near 1111 future are not welcome I Ideerncil IdcetC IIeettmel
dcetC deerncil It my IlY duty hut to onako rm mmjv plea lul In Inthe Inthe Inthe
the church and 101 In tho university ulhll ly The Theplea rhopll Fimoplea
pll plea having been rejected rejectlll It ficems ficemsMiunlly ereimmuequally cemsNllnl
equally Nllnl my m duty dlty to wlthdrnwfrom wlulrnwfror both bothI
1 expect us UI a opportunity OIPortunl offers orer to con continue contlnue on ontnuo ¬
tinue tnuo tered the work war t upon which I have hlo en entered cntored entered ¬ I I
riiANicjAMrs PljSt Pit4t1C Jms iv I COUNT COUNTUcokN COUnTSeokf COURTSeeks
Seeks Seokf Injunction JIJl hitJiiiiutInugalnst llluI Afnlnit jfnln t tlm tIm Play PlayTho PinyTho 1InyTime
Tho ilnmcs Jamcl Hays BOTt In II Missouri MissouriKansas 1IHHOtrl 1IHHOtrlICnnsns 2IlssoiirlICansas
Kansas CHX Ciy lty Mo Feb 12 12Judso 12JudsoTealdnle 12JtmdgoTeasdalo Judge JudgePeasdnlc
Peasdnlc Tealdnle In 11 the circuit court hero today todayfronted lodaygmnlel todaygranted
fronted gmnlel the application l lcuton of Frank James Jimesor JilnO JilnOfor Jamesfor
for or nn injunction InJuncton to stop tht produc producIon Ilroiuc Ilroiuclon lroduelion
Ion lon of The Thl James Boys BOYI In Missouri Missourii Mllsourl MllsourlII
II i drama trnll depleting deplctnl the James boys as nsrnln asImln astrain
train robbers and Ind bank looters 100ler ani anivhlch 11t ttitWhich >
which has been playing lalng nt a 1 local localheater locnlthller loenithenler
heater thller The Thf Injunction proceedings proceedingsverc 11rOIdlngs 11rOIdlngswen
wen brought by Frank Frnlc Jam his hisnothcr hismother hismother
mother Hcreldo erelll Hnmuelo Hlmuel and 0111 hi h 1 step stepother Rill stepfather
Reuben Bamuels Jurnes Jurnesictltlon Jiminespctttlon
other tathlr Dr H ulen 6amlIK Jlmcs Jlmcspetton
ictltlon petton alleges nleRes that the play pin was harm harmul harmtul
tul ul to the youth ouh of the country coullr in that thatIt
It t plorlilcd lorlle1 outlawry olltlwry and mnile heroes heroesif hlrocot
ot if outlaws and said that It I unjustly unjll re reived reIved revived
ived outawl n reputation rtJlutntoli that ho had been beenrylnp bpln bplntnlng beentrying I
trying to live down for twenty years yearsThe yearsTime Itr ItrThe
The suit sui raised the tl question < IUlsloll as to tovhether towhether towhether
whether or not 10t a private citizen llzln can l be belortrayed boporttayc hoPortrayed
Portrayed on the stage without hM hl con conent ronlerl eonCCIII
ent porttayc Whether to his hil discredit dlsrrll or not notudge nolUllKt notJudge
Judge lerl UllKt Tfiifdnte TtIfnle Instructs Inltrnct that t James JamesurnlMi Jam8stlrnilb Jaimmesfurnish
furnish tlrnilb a I bond 111 of nOn to Indemnify IndemnifyIm IIt1elllr IIt1elllrtl
Im theater people against gllnlt t loss 10sI In case caseho easetime a80tho
ho tl decision drrllion Is II overturned oerlrnll by a I higher higherourt hlllr hlllrcoUrl highercourt
court and until unt the th bond in II given 1111 time Hieilay IheIlia timeplay
play Ilia will go on It I Is believed heleI Jellies Jnnierill JnnleHi Jellieswill
rill produce wil tho tlm bond during IIIrlnJ the day dayhe 11a 11aTiE dayTue
TiE Tue he i piece line nttrticleil ntrllllell bnt b bJg r crowds here hereha bert bertthe herethe
the home bme of the James Jamc boys 101
GERMANY SCORES SCORESAGAINST SCORESAGAINST Sd61IEi Sd61IEiAGAINST
AGAINST BRITAIN BRITAIDr
1 1Dr
Dr von Holleboni olcbQnp Dispatch o oPauncofoto on onPauncofoto onPauncofolo
Pauncofoto Published PublishedOFFICIAL Publshed PublshedOFFIOIAIJ Published1OFFiOJA1
OFFICIAL iiEUUN mmlN AMASSEE AMASSEElly A AZED
fly 11 Denial Icllnl of lrou Irolllilul IrnoiIIoii > tiloii > ror Intel Iltel IltelOilollJu hurlVolilioll Intelvouitoiilliiw
vouitoiilliiw Volilioll OilollJu hiu InltrvcriKoii 111 teIUul lrui lrupultiuii > o oklllon
klllon 1101 Viti i u Illocltcil IllocltcilHorlln UnrlCI UnrlCIBorln iIinckeIBerlin
Berlin Borln Fob Fol 12Tlio 1Tho feeling teolhll hero 1 1Hint IIha Is Isthat
Hint Iha Oiiiniany OUIII scored heavily htLvJlY in the con controvcrsy contloversy cciitioycsy
trovcrsy regarding regorlllll Lord Pauncefote Pauncefoteluopoial lluncerotu lluncerotuIloJo PauncefotusProposal
Proposal IloJo al Or April Arl 14 1 1S98 18 by ly tho thoIclton pub pubMention hubhlcatloim
Mention Iclton of Dr von oi n Hollebuns Uoleb8ns dispatch dlspatoiIt dl nutoh nutohIn
It In the Itclolig Anzfllgdr Alzelgvr Iti II ollklnl olclnl rt rtIcs rltelos mitdoe
doe Ics it I la II asserted aRortel that hl hlH dispatch dlspnlolproves dispatchFiovos lntcll lntclllves
proves lves every statement ItltOlelt given Ivel out her hersince hllo hiimre hiimresiimcu
since 11111 Lord Iorc Cintiburiioa Cllborcs original olhtllllli ro romarks 10nlrks munmarks
marks nlrks Much curiosity cUIlosl prevails prevais here u uto 118 118to asto
to how the thl Hrltish 1111sh government OOIllent ullreconcile wH ull siiIrecammeilo
reconcile reconcie tho statement stltOlollt of Lord lolt1 Crun Crunborno Cuiiborno I
borno bornl In the lionsu hou u of commons cOllon yester yesterday y yestemnay tll tlldny ¬
day with wih todnyH jiiibllcntlon Ilublcnton in II tin tinItclchu theIciclul timeItelchm
Itclchu Iciclul Aruolgur AruolgurThe nzcl cr crfho
The VosjlHclie Vos lsche Koltung oltUI this tlls evening oenlu
before tho appearance IJlelrllnco of lie Jtcloln JtclolniVnzelger
iVnzelger discussed dlscusso tho hypothoilH that tlmLord
Lord Lorl Pouncofole hod hallicto noted without wihout In InHtiuctlons II iiitrUetiomms
Htiuctlons 1ltc10Is frotu Ills government Ioorlent TinapersayH Tin 1ho 1hoIlller rimenper
Illler apersayH apersayHDiplomatic nper SUYf says sayslIilornatlc
Diplomatic lflornlc julert Iulcl and Il1d customs con conradlct
radlct Iadlct Much un 11 assumption MUn1tlon since sil It hi himd he heIad ii iimad
md acted upon his IIH oui 011 rcspomdbllltj rcspomdbllltjon IC llol Ilty Iltyon
on such nn ni n mm exceedingly excoetllllYlllollnlt exceed I ImgI important 1 111 10 rUm mm t nues nuestlon Ilueston uUestlon
tlon ton tho London IOldllutholltCH ntithorltloH would hover rweforKlvc Iwortorllo hoverforgive
forgive torllo him hl11 and nltl It would bo lmi hlllH81lic hlllH81licto lmmiiOsAibiO lmmiiOsAibiOto > onslbli onslblito
to retain him IIJln In his IIII080It Present po poPrivate post nOSL1rlto postPrivate
Private 1rlto comment conlnent upon the stallmen stallmenpublished stltcIent stltcIentpUbl sttmteinentpublished
published pUbl hel1 by the Helena Anzel Anzeluer r h hthat Is Isthlt Isthat
that thlt Germany ormalY has his completely turnci turncithe lurncdIhl turmmedtile
the Ihl tables tlhleH upon Great Hrltaln HrltalnThowtatement Irlnln Irlnlnfho hlritninFiio
Thowtatement fho Htatelolt statenient of Lord Iordlronboo Cranborno tin tinunder thountO tImetinder
under untO secretary SOCletllY of the UiltlHh 1111Hh forelgi forelgiolllce COlehwmco foreigimcube
olllce in the IIOUBO of commons COIIOIS ycgtor ycgtorduy ycstorlu yesteri1a3
duy lu caused amnziinont allCZtlont here since llce the thiGeimnn thenenll thelemunimim
Geimnn nenll oillelnls olelois assume nSIUIne that IxmPnuncofotes Ixm JArd JArdlaulcetolts IrdPauiimcetotes
Pnuncofotes laulcetolts proposal 1IIIIosIII of April II 14 1 189 189sto 189to 189to
to tho ambassadors IIlbn RldolS of time other coun couivtries counUle countiien
tries could not 10t have been beOI made with without wlh wlhout without
out Instructions Illtructols ft flol froumi out the home hOle Rov gOI gomn gomnmont rn rnment <
mont mell The dormant Uorrur olllclals o1cluhl point omIt ouithat oulthut omItthat
that Henry HOIIY Normans NorJalt query In II tin tinhouse thehouMe timeimouso
house of if rommonn 0110nR WAN nl shaped put IUIIOle IUIIOleI immimoco immimocoi pone ponely
ly I to give Ilvo It the nripearanco I11p80tnCe of covering coveringfully coverlnKrll coverimmgtally
fully rll time North German Gazettes Unzetollln UnzetolllnWlt state staterniiit stateilment
rniiit Wlt on Monday without wlhout doing 10111 sc scHliut 10 10Hlnto 50iihiieo
Hliut the German Germln side llo linn 111 hover noveicharged nver nverch3Iell hoverclmaiged
charged ch3Iell that the ho Ilrltlsh 1IIIoh ambmnwdori ambmnwdorigenerally allbllSSldore allbllSSldorepleral anmbassttdorgehlerahi
generally pleral did anyllilmr nnythlli but hit that om omambassador ono1I oneumnibasendor
ambassador 1I sldor Lord Pnuncofote Jnuncefol made mlde i iproposal I a aProimsmml
proposal IlropoHII Lord Cranborntis CrunbollCs answer answertherefore unsworth aimsoortnmefore
therefore th lerole Is II treated hero na ni being 1111 r rmere n nlero aniero
mere lero verbal quibble Moreover the Inv Invpres 1mplpsslon hnImiciMioll
pres plpsslon < don mod on Oi the ambassadors I 111 8Sll 01 01 01the or ortll ofthe
the tll other powers 11OIS at tho conference cOltelencl held hokat tuldnt heldlit
at Washington WaHhllton April Apri 14 1898 was 18 not noithat 101 101that notthat
that Lout Pauncefnto laulctruto vn a nu ifterelj iftereljsounding Ihorel Ihorelsouldll ifmurelysouimdlmmg
sounding souldll them to determine deterlll how ho an al In Intervciitlon II IntetvmmtIomm
tervciitlon totmtlolilroposnl proposal expected oxpectAlllnter later fron fronAustria tromustrln room roomAustria
Austria would be received reeehe LordPauncefotes Lord IordInuncerolc LordPauncefotes
Pauncefotes proposal was WIS understood understoodat Ullerstood Ullerstooda
at a an UI independent Indonlcnt Initiative InitiativeIteferrlng Inllnle Inllnle1eflrlll InitiativetefermIimg
Iteferrlng 1eflrlll further to tlm statement statementcabled RtltClont RtltClontcabled stateimiontcabled
cabled from tron room American Alerll ln oillclal oloin I sources sourcesthllt aotmreestlmilt ton ITCH ITCHthat
that the Vnltwl tlltll States StltOR never received receivedsuch lccllo lccllosuch mecehedueh
such a proposition Ploposllol fiom fOn mom Qreut Oleut Drltnlr Drltnlrns Drltnlnni
ns ni described deHllblll fiom tlUI here tho Inforrrmnl Inforrrmnlof Ilrormant Ilrormantot
of tho coirespondent COle8omlont of the Associated AssociatedPress ASHocalac AssociatedPress
Press added Ildol Of couiso not We have havnever hl8 hl8nevor havenever
never charged clarJCII that hut the matter mnter reached reachedtho Ielhf reiichiedtime
tho American AIIrlcan government vernmelt but said Ball the theproposition theIlroposilol theImroiositlom
proposition Ilroposilol was balked by b Germany be before butoro before ¬
fore going BO 10 far farThe tIl fumeTue
The nlllclal 0lcl11 Ilelchs lelch Anzclfter AnveJJor this even evening OlenIng ccciiing ¬
ing publishes 11hl8hcI the following tolowlll In order orderto
to definitely definie clear up the question queston scfar so sotar sofar
far as lS It affects anoctl Germany OO nn In regard t tthe to totho tothe
the attitude olitulo of tho powers In the Bprlmj Bprlmjof IPrll
of 1898 relatIve rdalo to the Idea of Ir Interven Intervention Inlervonlon irmtervemmthou ¬
thou lon In the SpanishAmerican SplllshA Inerlcan conflict conflictwe
we low publish pUblsh two documents which fol follow tollow tolost ¬
TIlE TIE DOCUMENTS DOCUMENTSThe DOCU m TS TSho
The ho first Is dated Berlin Iorln April Apri 15 15ISM
ISM 19 and ald Is II addressed 11drenoll to tho emperor emperorby ompcrlr ompcrlrb
by b Count COUlt von on Uuclow luolow then secretary of ofstate otalato ofstate
state Count von on lluclow transmitted transmittedto trallsmlted
to ti the emperor clperor a telegram teletI from ruin Dr VI von vonHolloben VOI vonIlohleben
Holloben Ioloben dated Washington as I fol follows tollows oh ohlows ¬
lows lowsI
lowsThe I The rie British lllsh ambassador nm1oRlndor today to ny took tookthe tooktho tooktime
the 1lIllalo Initiative In II u very Ser er remarkable remarkablemanner lIHlnrkabll meiiiiirkablemunmmer
manner manler In n 1 new collective coloetve step of the therepresentatives Ihereprclentntlvel timerepreseimtativsn
representatives reprclentntlvel of tho Irent great powers powershere powershore powershero
here Wo suppose e the ijuocn repent repentninilo regentmolo regemitornilo
ninilo molo representations reprosolitalonR to tho queen queII of ofEngland ofI ofEngland
England I Ilnnt1 In this sense OIRt the MX sl repre representatives 1lllre 1lllrelenlnlos reprosentntloc ¬
sentatives lenlnlos nt II the request of the British Britishambassador Rritiahmambassador rilsh rilshambnsAndor
ambassador are telegraphing telerphlnl to their theirgovernments tholr10erllenls tlmeirgovernments
lows loiveI governments 10erllenls In II the sense which fol follows tallos toloive
I In view of th tie attitude otliurle of Congress Congressno Congrrls Congrrlsno
no hope of peace can 111 any ni aim longer ty tyentertained bJonllrtalned b bentertained
entertained onllrtalned and the general opinion opinionthat II Is Isthat
that the powers cmisers also would olld have ha no 1 ob obJectlon obJelon ohjoetlon
Jectlon Jelon to J01lr war wlr A good gootlJ basin l1 for fresh freshnegotiations treRhnegotlaons ccclinegotiations
negotiations appeared nlP uroll to be afforded 1101lel by bythe hyIhe bythe
the note ntu vt t the Spanish minuter April AIHI
10 If I this view viII Is shared Ihnred by b HIP gov governments giaermiments W WIrlmpntH ¬
ernments IrlmpntH It I seems 8el1R advisable at1vlRlble to dispel dispelthe illll01 illll01t dicheithe
the t hI erroneous notion nlol here that Ihn armed nrrnedIntervention nrmedIlterventon armedIntervention
Intervention Ilterventon Jn 11 Cuba meets leot with wlh the tlmsupport theslpport thecuimport
support slpport of the civilized olvlzlll world Tho Thopresident Thoprsllelt Timeprosiilemit
president In his message m8SSIlO of December Decembersaid Decalber Decalberfnld
said fnld It THIS lS only olly In that thl case cnlo he lb desired desiredIntervention IIstrellInlerventon leslreLIlmmtersentiohi
Intervention Inlerventon Tlio representatives lertMltal1 ot ofthe otIhe ottime
the powers here think In these Ilso circum circumstances clrclTI clrclTIstlnce circummistances ¬
stances stlnce that the thl great powers might mightdirect mightdlrlet immightdirect
direct the attention ntenton of the American Americangovernment Americanlwlrnmont Anmerlenimgoverimmermt
government lwlrnmont to the 8pntilsh note I nte of ofApril otAlrl ofApril
April Alrl 10 and might declare ceclal that thlt In Intervention InIlrvrnlon Interteimtlon ¬
tervention Ilrvrnlon did not nt appear to them to tobe tobe tobe
be jiiHllfkd jUItkd This nllJeUr declaration Mcllraon Ion might mighttnke mightIlke mightblue
blue Ilke the tle form aria of a collective colecthc note from fromthe tromthe fronttimt
the powppH pOIpr to the thl representative repro entolle ot if tint tintUnited tH tHUnltel tIm tImIdniled
United Unltel States Kuoh u I document would wouldproduce sotmklproduce olll olllprolllco
produce ft 1 greater Jreatlr Impression hnpros8101 and am tho thoreprusenlatMs tho11110Reltlll01 LImomcpruSentuttis0i4
reprusenlatMs 11110Reltlll01 of the Ihl powers hero herowould heri heriwOllll herewoimlil
would wOllll not 10t then thel Incur Inclr the Halt of ap appearing appenring ¬
pearing 111111 only 11 to rep repent nt their thlh first Ir t stop stopwhich slopwhIch stopwhIch
which the thl president 111811ent In his latest mes message meslagp mimessage ¬
sage has hlR not even deigned t1ehfrll to mention mentionIn menton mentonIn
lagp In the event of nn Identical Ilellcallot note being beingdecided bolndeIMd beingdecIded
decided tipon 111 It I would be ndvlwiblo Id18ablo to topublish to1bI9h toImimluhisim I
publish It Immediately Inl9dlliely In li order orpr that the thecivilized thechlzorl tImecivilized
1bI9h civilized world to whose whole authority nUlhorl the thonppenl theallprll timeappeal
appeal allprll chlzorl Is made inns InlV be b absolved 81901rl from fromreproach tromrcproRch fromreproach
of this attack attackVOtf attackvoq
reproach In npprovlnsr approving thll IUack IUackVaN
VaN IIOLLKDBN 10IImFN COLD COLDDr
Dr von Holleben Holehen adds Personally Pelolaly PelolalyI PersonallyI
I regard rgrd this demonstration lemonSlratlon somewhat somewhatcoldly somewhatcold
cold 001 coldly coldlyAnd Ii I
And IAnt1 to this concluding sentence of ofthe otthe oftbm
tbm the ambassador Ilrbn8 ador time hl w emperor appended appendedtho
time following marginal mnrglnl note I regard regardIt reglndI
It ns folowtn completely futile ftlllo and purpoulewt purpoulewtnml IIUrlo leJ leJDul
I nml Dul therefore prejudicial JreJullldnl 1 am mtm against againstthis Igalnt Igalntthis againstthis
this step stepDr stepDr stepDr
Dr von Holleben Ho1ebell also 1110 subsequently subsequentlyforwarded subselllplth subselllplthforllle1 smibseumentiyforwarded
forllle1 forwarded 01 the text of the tht collective collectivetelegram lllclve lllclvetlegrlm collectivetelegram
tlegrlm telegram OR nl originally orlnnlly submitted 8ubmltll by b the thellrltlsh IhoIrltl8h timeBritlelm
llrltlsh to the th other foreign toolKI representa representatives reprlsenta reprlsentathN ¬
Irltl8h
LIves for communication comlunlcton to their gOY ROVrrnnifntd gOYrllnI8 govcrimimmentu
rrnnifntd rllnI8 The text of this docu document documrnt docunient ¬
ment follow followCOLLKCTJVK followsCOLLTCTIE 0101 0101COLMCTIE
COLLKCTJVK COLMCTIE TKLKOTlAM TKLKOTlAMThe TJUIROnut TJUIROnutTh
I The attitude ottlie of Congress Congrl and Inll the theresolution then timeresolution
n resolution olutlon Th of time thE houne hOl of representa representatives Illrt > cntn ¬
by ii u large ma malorlty omitJoriti
tives passed laal yesterday tella 1 n1 n1jor
lorlty 1 leave but hit little lte hope of pence penceand lieneennd ItcHesmmd
and jor It lee U 1 popularly believed bI1 that tblt the thewarlike tl timewarlike
warlike I measure mflur advocated have hlve tIme thiipprofal thl thlIIPr1 tImehmUPmOVitl
ipprofal warlle of the tim great lal powers Ilower Tho Thonemonrndum lhemmmemmmorilimttuimm hl hlmemorullul
nemonrndum IIPr1 of tho Spanish Hlllllsh minister ministerlellvcrctl ministeralhew mnhimlsterleliverctl
memorullul lellvcrctl on Sunday app appenn appearS am to me I and andW ant amidmy
alhew unln
colleague to remove Ilove nil 11 Icgltmate Icgltmatewise legltmaterUS
my W
wise 1 01elul for war If that Iht view I w should shoull bo boOinred b bphnrrd beshared
shared rUS by tIn III great I rft pou 10lrl posters > ra the thl time Umeins timehnR tinmehmns
hnR ins arrived nrrl 1 to removo 110 renmo the tho tip erroneous erroneousmpresMon errlleoul errlleoulImprlsHlon erroneousIniproscioli
mpresMon which prevails 1111111 that the theirnifd Ihonrnld timenrnmed
irnifd ImprlsHlon Intervention of he thl Unite Uniteittttea Unl UnitedStates l lBtll
InterInton commands In the vordi tcordsof vordithe
ittttea lit Cuba CuI commnlllll Wltb Wltbor
Btll lln and n nlnl
or the menage me PlIgl the fupjjrtf suitiStirt nlll nl nlroval opproval
proval > roval of the civilized rlllloll world worldit
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James Jnles Konton Memphis Tcnn tlnl nnn snys snysI
II I surferod rod the tortures tOrUfl of Itching 1111n pile pilefor liles lilesfII 11108tot
for fII years ul lIIR eiti5 and IIld tw not lot nc I oven mcuurlal 10Iurlal olnt olntmont ointIlont oifltmount
mont Ilont would relievo roloo mo One 011 00 6 cout lOlt In Inof ItX ItXor hx hxof
of Pyramid lfnllld Pllo Cure cured mo IIU ontlra ontlraly ltro ltroI imtirOI
ly I AIldniBKlBtNHfllllt 411 1 druggIsts 110 Bol sell I it hook lPllo lPlloCauses Ples PlesCUUROI Itlcs ItlcsCauses
Causes CUUROI and RIII Omit Cure tile mailed lalll free Pyrninli PyrninliDrug lIllld lIllldVrul 1rnhilIdDrug
Drug Vrul Co MOIlhnl1ol MOIlhnl1olrlIntotvs Marshall iiurelmalitichi iiurelmalitichirosentatlves Midi Midironenlntlvcs
ronenlntlvcs rlIntotvs that tllt this might ho don donby dommeby on
by n I collortlvo coltclo exprisulon from rol iflill th thgreat tho thoglent tiiogicat
great powers owel of time hope that the Unit United Unitell tJnIted
ed States government KOtIII1nt hOJe will wit give f1 favor favorable t1OI t1OInlio favolable
able nlio consideration lonMlcerntun to the thl memornndun memornndunof 1mOrflt1U1
of the Bpanlsh Splllsh mlnlHter I1nl8t of April Irl 10 in inoffer n norolluI as asoffering
offer orolluI offering Inu u reiuormble basis for un ll ami amicabin 111 nmmiieniuht
cabin 11110 Holutlon Holnton nnd 111 us I ipniovlng 111vllg ienmovi lix nru nrugroundfl ni aiiygruuiit1
ground for 01 hostile Mltn intervention Intelllol1 whlol whlolmay hloh hlohlay
may lay 010 have previously existed existedLONDON exlslpdLONDON U ULONDON
LONDON LONDONLondon eOMWJ COI1F1Londtmim l lIondon
London Feb 11 13fhe The mornlnB pu pupors 111 111IOrH puhors
hors continue lo 10 ilUnisH lt rlsl tliy tl Hpivnlsh HpivnlshAmerican HIIUIIhInorlcllu HitruilebiAlnorlenli
American quootlon Iuolon The Dally DnlY Telo Telograph 1010grollh elu elugrapim <
graph regards 1lrtH thl hit doctimentg tocunlont publish publishcd publsh publshI
cd I In the UelcliK lelch Atrrelicr urlgor of Heilln 101ln ui uiabsolutely If rumtihSoltit
absolutely al801Ito tihSoltit i U relevant 1lcleIII oven 01 if I gcrv gcrvnine gonUIIO gemmimino
nine UIIO In tje t o latter laUC case nays theTelegraph the therelngroJh tireFulegrapim
Telegraph relngroJh It would uhl only olly mean 10an thai thaiLord Ihlt Ihltor timatLoud
Lord or Puuticefote laUIIrtotl had made Int10 augges auggeslions eUIItI suggesharms
lions lons which whlh the > Drltluli 1rltRh government ton tonUre en entirely enthud ¬
tirely thud failed niIll to ripprovo IIJIOVI 100IITel The Uullj Uulljhiurncle Jllv JllvIhlII11 iumilyrliitjiumtiu
hiurncle IhlII11 HilnliH thlllill t ii limbs that t the mistake Ilstnko oi oithti 01 01thl oflimit
limit Into 1110 President Pro Iel1t MeKlnley Mcl1111Y MoI inky In nol nolpublishing lot lotfublhln notptibhisimiimg
publishing fublhln Hpalnt f4 omlims final note offorliif offorliifcourt orOIIIIR offomiligcohizt
court 01 1 scionS Hllm flalnl lies lel nt the Ile bottom holom of themystery the thehol1 timesmhitIe
smhitIe hol1 mystery Tho ho Dally DallY NeWs NOI also alsothat alHo111lnol nisoloieves
111lnol loieves that the most 108t W which Ilch happened happenedould hailpOICI hailpOICItull iiaimponedrtitiltl
tull ould have 1110 been hlon that llnl Lord Paunccfntf PaunccfntfIM 1Incornt 1IncorntIl
IM Il io mioyen O > en I tool tolt steps not authorized outllrized b bthe by bytw bytim >
the tw tim govurnment governlcnt and says nnysOntll saysUntil OI
Until ntl we 11f have hlve Loid Pauncofotoii PauncofotoiiHlon Pauncotolol Iatmimcototo8tIslOmi
tIslOmi eO etihIItI1NiS Hlon Hlol judgmont jIUgl1Ul should be beeO hI 1II HLmejI9hmd HLmejI9hmdeti nd ndcd
HUHIANDS AJCC AiiCIc IUI1UANDE IUI1UANDEMUM IIWANns IIWANnslliH h3itItl4tiSMlms
MUM lliH Htonos HOIOI CupKiid Hut Upon 11101 lj ljAnotlicf h hAnolhc byAmmothmea
Anotlicf Itnnd ItnndParis Hamllalls htamitiPaii
Paris lalls Fob I ol 13 13Hcrerllg I3Itoerrlng Itoferrlrnr to tho ro roported reIlortrd rohoned
ported cnirflBernont between betIl1 brigands brlgundhfor brlllIlt1H brlllIlt1Htal
for tho posHellot poesesioil poHse loii of Miss IHI Hlone the theConstantinople thoCOI1MtnlUlllle theConstalmtlnoide
Constantinople COI1MtnlUlllle correupondent cOIreU1ntEnt of th thEcho time thoEdl timeEcho <
Echo Edl dc Paris says oy The ril laptors 1IItOIS ol olMlns ofMiss
Miss 1 Stone and Iml Mine M me TsllKu 11111 rravo been beenattached 1011 beenattached
attached ItncllHI by another alolll band blid of brigands brlgamhsocklnff hllglnt brigandssucking
socklnff to secure the Ile prisoners IIrl5011rl In II order orderto 01101 01101Iu
to get I ransom 1111801 Twenty lwont men Iln on hot hotsides lolh lolhslt1IH both bothsides
sides slt1IH were killed dlell during the light lght bill billthe bt btutthe
the original orlglld captors of tin inlnslomirj inlnslomirjpre mIIHlolllr immlssionmirWere
hurt Were hUr pre victorious lclorlluH Miss fss Htone was IS nol nolhurt 1101inmrt ot othUr
ClreIIOr CarImentersSIlIkc Carpenters Htrlko SIlko Settled ScrtloilNow SettledNow cIOI cIOINol
Now Nol York Fb Flb 13 13A A strike Rlrlkp Involv Involving 101 iimsolilug ¬
lug III 700 carpenters arJlen er on large In contrufts contruftsIn contr t tIn
In this thll city 11 elt liabeon 1IbOI settled Rettet and Ild they thojwill theyIIIetUrn theysvlii
will IIIetUrn return to lourll nor tvtmri Monday MOlln The strike strikewas strikewas trl < i
was order leIl otdememl ed by h tho Jlrothprhnod IrolhlrhoOI of Car Carpenters CAVPenters II II11entrrl ¬
penters 11entrrl to force forl tint discharge dlthnlno of rner rnerbelong 101 1108belong
belong belol to the Amangnrnnted Allnillllled Hoclety orlet ol olCarpenters ot otCorponters ofCarpenters
Carpenters an Kngllsh 11I18h organization organization1J13IH1 ollanlzaton ollanlzatonmmT organizationBiRP
1J13IH1 8U3AliNTiiUHTS 8U3AliNTiiUHTSA SU SUGAiLINTIfltEST SUGAiLINTIfltESTt < lt NnmrS NnmrSBrlol
A t llrlof In II I mm Tliclr TJwlrlhlll ThmeIrllOiiiiit liohull Subinlttci SubinlttciTo SnhmluCI
To 1 1 Wii IH Ii ami Ilt ii 111 Jlrani tl ICIIII tim iii Coiniulllrc CoiniulllrcWashington Coni 01 lul III I I Ire IreWIHhlnglon IceWashmiimgton
Washington WIHhlnglon Ieb 12 1 12CImaIrnmamm 12CImaIrnmammPayrme Chairman ChairmanPayne halan halanlule
Payne lule today totla preneiited Plllllted to the IIS IISIII wtts wttsaimd nyt nytond
ond III mcaiiH moals rominlttee commiee a t brief submit Bitbmlttcd
tcd by the American AI1rleul beet Itct sugar IUln Inter Interests Illrr IllrrtH interets ¬
ests tH and Inll Indursfd IltolIld by b time cane augur augurInterests IIUllr IIUllrInlerests sugarIimterests
Interests dutlnrlng decllUllI1 that the thl recent recenthearings fent fenthlarlng redentImearihigs
hearings had Hhnvur hlWI that sugar uga wun wunnow Wil smtislion
now 10 being beJn made In Cuba nt u I profit profituml profitculni rot
uml Ind nsklng that a 1 special sleclll committee committeeproceed conlllteo conlllteo1IIocted coimmmttteoiroceed
proceed to Cuba to Investigate the thotuostlon IhouoRUon theatiwitlon
tuostlon etc tc of cost of production prol9ton profit profitetc pott potttc profitetc
ltepre leprentlte itepreseimtative entntlve Steele SIPll of Indiana Indiananaked Indllna Indllnavskod Indianacaked
naked If the tlo Invitation Imllllon to go to Cuba CubaIncluded lubQIncluded Cubaiimoluded
Included payment paYllnt nt rh cxpttipes CXII eH of the thetrip thelllI
trip lllI 11 tim to which ll preentntlve Hpprel < > nlftve Hobert Hobertion
ion of LouUlnrrn IIullnJ aruwerad an erell that thlt the theItem theHem timeiieimm
Item would oull be Included Inrludlllir If rwceiisnry rwceiisnryThe IICfIIY IICfIIYThe lmuecssnmyTime
The brief hrr surnii IUII up 111 the hearing h81II1 at atconsider It ItoIPIt1IRbl atcoimsidelable
consider coimsidelable oIPIt1IRbl nbl > length and unl stuten llte that Imt If Ifthe I Ithl Ittime
the thl testimony tlslmolU of the government ltoCrlnelt ex experts IX IXetH cxcrts ¬
perts etH crts is toned L tOlled < leLt tt 111 ttmim > n the 111 thu mllituu Iltu e einor II gts gtsdoor < >
door of Cuba lba tiba Gen fln Wood ood has hl bwir bwirmisinformed b1 bethmmnlslimformmmeul
misinformed ml and sugar IUllr Is II now nl being beingmanufactured blnmanutOrurld bchmmgmUnUtitttUrLd
manufactured manutOrurld and sold ld II In II Cuba euba at u uUnless I IPNEUMONIA LiPNEVMA
PNEUMONIA PNEUMONIAUlIes8
Unless UlIes8 Promptly PIOIIII iy Treated frCllel Will WiHcsult Result IlcsiiltFntttllyJl ResultFatallyli I Intllr
FntttllyJl ntllr JI Can CUl h hCURED ho hoCURED lieCURED
CURED BY BYDuffys BYDufys BYDullys
Duffys Dufys Malt lal Whiskey WhiskeyPneumonia
Pneumonia In a tnudierous turhcruu Olson 111111 lleuse no mid midoften 111 111orln ttiulofteim
often orln ImFI Inuttts 1 the nklll 1111 of ploHlcluns ploHlclunspneumonia IIhHlcn IIhHlcn11Ulllln iIhisIehitnIfltmfliIItlIR
pneumonia 11Ulllln Hjmptomi mplom arc 111 prolonged IrolonGet chill chillIiemlaclio tItlhliiemtlaciie hii hiilenlllwho
Iiemlaclio nrrniuimnleil nrrlllnl1 b by imiMPa rUIIta und undvomiting 1111 1111orllll tui tuivomiting
vomiting orllll InlMM lnIPMI promptly Irorpl checked rhfl l pinu pinumonla 111 11110nia niitul1ouiia
monla 10nia rfmilt 18111 fatally fnl lr Ittfors ICur the tll nyitip nyitiptomit 1111 111110lR symnploins
loins 10lR ili develop > vMop Duffys UUI Malts 111 Whlvkey Whlvkeynhould Stfmiukeyshould hl lc lcholll
should holll be taken takenCUJIKD lakLf tuikumCUlLED
CUlLED OF PNKUMOXIA J I IXJA AT 1 07 07Qvntlemcn 07a 67Ountienmen
Qvntlemcn a Itlmen It I ID l with Wili great rt tiloasure tiloasurethat 1IIIIIre 1IIIIIreIhllt
that I wrll write rlto to Inform you that I hints Imveuted hnveIe hintsused
used eight bottles h < e1 of your Pure 1 lire Mult MultWhlkcj MimltWhiskey 111 111Whl
Whiskey Whl Ie k I would not 10t have been here to todiij ludU totia
diij dU only lml for your our wonderful WOulprCu medicine 1101olnp mnoJlcinehave 1 1havo IIILO
have IILO used ISOI all ni kind of rough ClS I dyrunn inul inullioon nnt iutmtlhreim
lioon under the ears er of tincture 10toN IyrUrl I hiui hmh1 huimelttiI hiuiluul
luul three 11 8 SeI sesert em IUlrkl iittMrk of grip am ampneumonia alll alll1lleulonlu anti antiitticunmormln
pneumonia 1lleulonlu which loft Ct me 10 with Wlh u I but buttough uadtough
tough oUlh and unt weak liouit 1111 1 I am al C7 t years 8r old oldU olt oldIt ut
U ban hi toned up 11 my m system Blcm ana Ind itoppw itoppwthe utuhlwdthe tol11 tol11Ih
the Ih hemorrhageit hemorhagll and Rld I cqutth mU11 hut nr nrllto sery er erllttlo
little llto I only regret reJrel I did dli not lut know kioI of ofjour ofour ofyour
jour our whUkiy before bftort I cannot cnl1b express cxpreinwlmt expresswhat
whAt It has done dOIt for or mo mo I bog bOI OXfrRt to re remain r ismaIn ¬
mlll1 main your OUI reRtiKtfully reRtiKtfullyMH8 rpRIftuly
MH8 118 II I 1 C ALMNOTON ALMNOTONNov
Nov No It I 1W1 lOt Nnnhua Nn hul City el N H HDuffy HDllA IIDtmtfyu
Duffy DllA Dtmtfyu Pure 1110 Malt Mn Whl Wlilnkuy ke ours con conuumption en enstlmmmitlofl n n1111lon
1111lon uumption general Iln I Il I liability Iblll U 1 < Krli Irllll ulw ulwsoide > H Hbroncnltlii
Ihb soide bronchItIs brolrhllH maJurln malrl low lo fever feverippla rOt IIYI dye dye1eI15la
ippla Jlllllla iteprruilon deluI and weakness wokn1 from fromwtiateer trm trmwnleler roflm roflmwhatemer
wtiateer
Cal ca1tee ca1teeIt en enIt
It builds blllllH up nod nourishes nourshs the body It Itthe ItInlgoralf1 ItInvlgorumtee
bl
Inlgoralf1 Invlgorumtee 1 III the tim brain tanra 1011 up UI th time heart heartnd hort hortand heartand
and nd prolongs polon lit ufiA lt ltA litheadhimg <
A leadlne New York doctor toclor wild wildDuffys 111 111UulY1 saidIiitfyu
Duffys UulY1 1uri Iur Miit Uhlikey u I a form formof formof
of food ulreitdy ulreitdyNo lrln1 dlll dllli digistI digistILJREe
LJREe LJREeti
No ti > i nt ItI lIlt i igun till olJJnl tillPflHETwo
Jnl PflHETwo I1lo gun 1 ioimur Ult far whilst whltoudl whilstoutImie UUt UUtillllllr
illllllr oudl Ilr il FlTU 4 IflllD cnl 111 au KtlilnlH Ihlnl to tor toItr toPur
r r iMiKtuKe iMiKtuKeIAUTtON
IAUTtON CAUTIN Itr 1111111 Duff lulh > a iniro Purl Mall III Whiskey WIuiKeyI
I Ii I Hold in II DCAlcl nll1 bolllf ull1 uul UII oiilIt Ir f utTerm utTermii utfr utfrIn <
In It ii bulk U U I a from trud Ue Ip lure fln you g get t tti ttienulnn III the thegenuhtta
enulnn g nullll It I U I th Ihl only olly wlilakpy WbhIiCt blk wcoe wcoelied tG t4cogitised
lied by I time th Ko gOvtnUllt vrmacnt a 11 as it t riidliln riidlilntil 1IIIcn 1IIIcnIIMllfI hIlPdILIOPAU
AU III til OniKKlits and S grocer gt c1 or direct dltHl Midl Midlill dsdidIi hol holllll
llll ill IIMllfI tookTit 101lcl remit flt fr tf free r Dufty Duty Mall tal While Whiny Whlk Whilekey
k key y Co ItcKhc Ichrlfr Ituelmester t r N Y YnJudiioii YNeJdtnJlhol t tteidenJiideoII
NeJdtnJlhol teidenJiideoII nJudiioii III UtI is Uboltiil linm UMlt toi lu Agtuti Salt 11 Lake LakeIII Lale LaleUtI Lakeis
pioflt 111otl no 0 tlinttPJta tiret iflati II tl no 111 119JitItihlIIjl powilblo IIollbJo I
jiixtin jUIIIIutoll JitItihlIIjl < utian huh for rl the rtductlon 1llctlol of Ir Urn Urn1ipHcni UI VieiIcNti
1ipHcni tariff Ilil on 01 uiirellrrHl ulrellt Hiimlr r com IJI
Injr hiI fiom 101 Cuba ulaol tliimo on tho KtlUlt gniulmti round SIi that the theubnn theuballilalIIrl
I ubnn uballilalIIrl planterd arn Irl now manufacturing IBlutucturllg
fcuKui1 IIIWI at I a loss lojjHevond IORsHyonl lossI I
Hevond Hyonl I iiMing 1fIIIK I I 511mg limo thl brief tin III ton om
inlttuo Ill olltlo It tee took no notion n 10 I on the th i IIIJII IIIJIIIIecI1Joclty uburi uburiuolproclty tihmatimeclproelty
IIecI1Joclty uolproclty MubjMt MubjMtHtilko IIIJt IIIJthvluhmoll stmbj cL cLSwitelmimmos
Switelmimmos hvluhmoll Htilko Htkn StilkuNoumily Noarlj Nallr Huttlcd HuttlcdIltitli HeHIIIItlllp MoItIcmlIftitte
Iltitli Itlllp > Mont Jcli 13 11A V MlMuula MlMuulapi RUI
ci pi i lil I I unvs PiY si toilnv 1011 t clint rniiv tl see Ie u lfIW11 ttinn t t I it I nt t
or HIP tl NUI mvithininns hmenw strike Rtrlll aerordlntf nrrOlllll1 to toluinoiN 10ruror tOlu
luinoiN ruror lu 11101 N iinuliu1 111111111 1 r uiitt about IhoU the t hit hoadotmr hoadotmrttrw hollqulr hollqulrIfrH Imeadqtitmrters
ttrw of the te railroad 1lrlal nmnM ln union unfll of this thiscity thistht
city cityThe 11 tht
The trainmen hlllm n refuse to illftunx tIHUU or O Oul dl dlMl t114 <
5 Ml ul umlg Ice the I reKUllM rlul resu I is nf Ir tile Ih I in lllcPllnff 1 imiect tnJ I a g lick hfldoHid hldhlhllll lickhelutnil
hlhllll helutnil laced 10111 dooms dlOIM hint In 1 night by tji the thed
d
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railway rolwR brotherhood but Intlnulp Intlllf that thata thatsetemelt
a settlement setemelt of the trouble Is v ndlntv t luendlagecordIng n lnl >
According Jceordlng to tl reports ruportl emanating emnntng front frontrt fromI
rt I reliable source 11r It I Is reported the mot motter mnlter mathtsr
ter of spitlement INUmellt has been taken llk l out o othe oe oelh oftime
the lh hatilu hoI of f Hunt HUlt Russell HU8nl who ho It In Ini 1 1lalr iisaid
lalr said i 1Culllllo ifusri fused to clnsult consult wjtli wll the men
1
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200 Dozens ol Mens Coais15c each kinds 9c 9cf
f 1 A ALJC
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UnSyC0 UnSyC0tiittP
tiittP j A two days clearance to ± 0 make room for fornew forEi
Ei 7 new lines and its the best collection of ofcollars ofthat
collars that a man ever picked from at such a price No Noless NotIan
less than twelve different styles which probably includes includesevery includesevety
every sort of a collar now worn by man or orboy boy 4ply linen linensizes ILneni
i b sizes run I Ufl from 12 to 18 I 8 Perfect fresh fi esh and clean Sold al alLways a aI
I 1 1sways
sways Lways until now at 15c each Friday and SaturdayQc SaturdayQcThe
Y 7 I t The Cuff are the 25c a pair quality best made but are areslightly areIt
It slightly soiled so in with the collar sale at af9c af9ct 9c 9cAH
t l 1
AH Al Mens HatsOncThird tatsOneThird Off OffCHOICE OffCHOICE OffCHOICE
CHOICE FROM ENTIRE ENTIRE STOCK STOCKIts STOCIIts STOCKI
I ¼
j Its time to discard the Hat that has gone through the thevicissitudes thevicissitudes thefvicissitudes
vicissitudes of winter when a fresh one can be had for so little ltle Stiff and soft shapes in inpretty inprety inpreUy
pretty prety much every color colO and size Friday and Saturday the 150 kinds kindsI00 100 J 00 Thats Thatsthe Thatsthe Thatsthe
the lowest price but all al between prices up to the highest at 500 for 333ONE 333ONETHIRD 3330NETHIRD E ETHIRD
THIRD TAKENOFF REGULAR PRICE
s I b 4 III S I
t WWWtWW WWWtWWWomens
t 1 I
Y Womens Jackets to 2250 2250675 2250675To 675 I ITo
To 4000 for675 for675A
A
V y A final reduction and you OU may know from the changed price to y yV +
flal rducton 111
V 1 what wicrlllco we have ha stooped stOJfl tOOI 11 Id to make 10110 a m quick clearance Kvoiy EtlY EtlYCOlt t tcoat ml
l coat COlt In Iwrllco the lot is II a new style belonging to the present Ilrlspnt winter wilter rich rlrhIy richI A Aly
ly 1 tailored talorell and nlil made mate of if verj lI Ci3 finest finelt cloths In II the 27 and 42Inch 42InchV 2llIchIfllIhl J JI
V I lengths IfllIhl Marvelous bargains bnrSllns are they th and nlll am every woman Olln buying lu111 buyingm y yV
I
V m one 011 will wi a ltP aEiee re to It T fwo o to three thrle months 10nths yet > et to wear them thel nna 111 111ou y yV
V 1 joudinlie ou fl dlMlro Itnil Ial next winter lltel Choose from those up to 22W W for or r rA 1G7G
A IU5 G7G up to JIO 00J976 tOO tooo78I 7 7Chidrens A AI AWWWfWtWW
4S S SI
I I WWWfWtWW WWWfWtWWChildrens I e N S t n t 4 t 0 p w l fl t tChildrens
I Childrens Chidrens Caps and Sweaters SweatersHal SweatrsHa1f Half Price PriceV PriceBnlrc +
V + V s 4 Kntlro Bnlrc stock of boys bo swentersnow no 10 large In reo slzesln sizeIn plain and andsUllll t tX 1 110H
X 1 Btihwd wool oolB 85c sr up 111 to 1150 150 kinds two dnysHALr PRiCE PtUCKX IJClt
X 1 lloys and childrens ns winter stImm 111tr icr caps nil ni have hUl the pull puJ down bands bandsA
A In mixed mlxlll 10H ihcvlots lhldr and an plain plall blues GOo to U UO regular two days dls dlsHALF dasIALP y yA
A HALFPHICK HALFPHICKkWWWMMWMW HALF lICJ lICJv lItiCH lItiCHw <
kWWWMMWMW kWWWMMWMWBoys v
a S 4 p j 1 1z 1Boys S Sr
w ° r 1 1y
y z y yi
y i Boys Suits25 Per Cent Off OffTho j jrhl
Tho rhl two taut days for fo this discounting t118cunlng and a 1 Ilk1 11 chance will willY itllI 1 1J
Y not come I again possibly until tho end tlll of next soawn olon so a wl wise wlsconomy wiseeeonorny < t t teconomy
I OI unl needs Suits are the finest finestX finestm 1 1we
J economy would It be to think on spring SulR IneRt
wotllli tailored throughout perfect flttlnjf made of ofA orIholcost t
X m we have beautifully Otng
hal tulore
A 1 choicest Iholcost cheviots henutuJ tttcede tclds sergft sprg and IIld worsteds wor31el1 In two and three thre threIllle threelilece A AA
A piece styles either single or double breasted and Husslan blouse blouseI y yknee
> > Illle knee trousers troUSlr8 elhor for boys of r C to 16 years enrs und Ild sold 111 regularly nt J6M J6MY y yto
1 TIN OFF OFFT1IESH r rTHKSlfl 1TlmSI
Satiirday onlyONKFOURTK
l and
Y to 1000 Kridny rleny uld Illtrlla
1 THKSlfl PniCES PniCESMx PnCFS r
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Mx XNW < MWMX < > M > > < x x < < M < > x xArc X
f Are You Sharing in the Back Black Sik Silk SaleLast Sale SaleLast SaleLast
Last Two Days Are Here HereTue jj jjTho
1 Tho distinguishing feature fentul of this thll black silk sik IIlle stile il Is II that bet beti X Xter 1
tsllJulHhlng 1
1 ter cannot be bought bOI ht Oo ho right to the tle fountain fOlntnl1 head of the worlds worldsbeat worsbeHt
1 beat weavers and you will 11 find fld they Ihe stand at the bend In 1 the front tronthUlk frontVUIIk y ymnk
hUlk Wlverl Hesldes this Ju just t now no theres the chance cIlnCO of splendid pleldll econo ecl1o ecl1omlcl y ymica
mica the lelllel time being not far fil am distant when 1111 we WI can In an only ani tell tol of regu rKU regtimm f fnr
1 mlcl
tme tho fol following tollowing
Read In
mm nr lilies at regular priced an every over woman womal knows kllIS Hed
1 lowing 111 IneH whore lt rlfulu Slip 3rl SOc 50 and ull cyril enl 75c 75 6v IB taken off each wi yard urll and A Areckon 1 1r
I IUlings
1 round navlntr on rnglnn Igown petticoat waist or orlinings orlinings
reckon r ckon the good 111lnl 01 Ilottcoat
linings Ulings Friday Irdl and Ani sin Saturday Saturd two l Jut n days of these thee prices pricesJ1S5 pricesl
l J1S5 139 a yard black taffeta Hllkslo6 IlksSO silks1
1140 8 a I yard orl II blurk hllck taffeta tlrMn sllksJl slksS06 shlks105l OS v vjlOO
I
jlOO UO co a yard I ard black blRtk taffeta tlftetl 8llks siksSUO silkut20 silkut20i7 UO y yJ17R 1
1 siikct35 llk lJS i I Ij
1 J17R i7 ir a 1 yanl Rnh block taffeta tafn Ilk S3
X j 2 2211 2S n yard block taffeta sllko IlksUG uilkti1E IIM A AJJ50
1 LO 2 binds taffeta 8llksJ176 A A2n
JJ50 a yard hlllle larelR slks176 slks176S2
Iud black taffeta BllkaJ19S
S2 2n j5 d yard slksUG
S I I S I S
4 I 4 s 1t t 4t t t
I IN
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1 A I IThe
J The Slipper Slpper Sale SaleShould SaleShould SaleShould
Should Not Be BeJ BeMissed BeMissed
J Missed FVlissedS
y i y ylpPlrs 1 1Slippers
S Slippers for dress dl181 for tho thohome thai 1 1home
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