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al e i Ifan rt of Uu Milllpplno Phil iI flU iHlandi iHlandiport IHlondlu I4ILt iid iidupud
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lu upud port IN f rum m Mr II jatwrwHi Jntl rHon IN INhit IIltJl1Itnl tllCdfltCflI
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nlI Ih Ihlllppl11l turllt bill Mr IJ Teller TellerHis 1ellolr
r 0 lInulng His hI pwh pNt h lBUii on Mon Mood MondlY
in d lie 1 larded It certain that tin tinM
10 1 M w4iui JU1d continue to lie held by byHtatea byIn byI
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t tatfS tt I IH R not morally In posses possesOIP poe poseI es esHVI
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i I nitpd OHf vin Mtat tul i ffovcrnmont govcrimontI entered enteredi
II I i ind s the th Kililiioa wore on th thI tins s snf
I II nf 1 achieving their Indcpcndencu Indcpcndencusiutn
spain in vMv Ik of tlttt tact they thoyi
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H t lIlns c to Borne statements tnitdo tnitdodebute InlldaIho
i the debute of yesterday MI Mrasserted MII Miuettd
I asserted that tho prominent prominentandrrg
andrrg of thi t1 > xVinerican army did tlltlt didlrrv
t irnt 11 with the concliislonH reached reaoheaIn
In I th I mtinliers of 0 tho Philippine corn cornr
r A m n PI o ta tilth t the rttonclllatlon of tho thoiivortti IhoIi ho hoI
iivortti Ii I or t11 tb Ililllpplncs Ho iiiuntlon iiiuntlont
t in Lfl 1101 mg oilir lien cn Clmffec Clmffecii
ii PI plrlor 1 iitor tor of Vermont Interrupted Interruptediv
iv I that today lio had received receivedfrom b bfrom m mr
r from Q Jon Pfl n Clmffec dated at Mn Mnt Mn1IJ MnDee
t 1IJ Dee r n 7 1891 In which he eald ealdjy sahy 8ald4y
jy y say ay to you that wo are pro pror proI1D1t proiing
r I1D1t ini wry > > > ry well In stamping out the thetvwtioii thetrrpeUon thetIon
tvwtioii tIon find In the thocoutle courne of two twoa
a Ibm tr months we will have the Nit Nitunon HlttOD sitiatio
unon tOD well in hand handdm hand11m handthaft
dm ChaffM thaft believed that t in a Illlhbrt IlllhbrtII11r short shorthe
he f th the Filipinos would become tired tiredo
o or r the Btruiftfle and they certainly certainlymhl
mhl uki g gH t tired before tho American Americantn
tn a1Y L M illJ J Ho regarded It us a good goodi goo gooj
i atinn that prominent Filipinos whu whuh
h ti i heretofore been neutral nou trnl now were wereI
i ely ly Y enikavorlnfi to Induce the In Ink
I k nil n to Inv In v down their arms armsH
H t Hal suegPdted 8Uggl NI there was a dif diff
< < n btwoen the stamping out of ofm
II I m IIiSurlt uriiion iol anti hnvlng the Pill PillI FIIIubmil Ihhiubmu
I uhmu to Amnrlran control controlI
t Mthir I lhll long nlnn Mr Ir Spoonor Interrupt Interruptf
f 11 t tlinuuiro 1 tfluir Hns the th United Stntea StnteaV StntenfIH1lt Sta cmi
V fIH1lt 1 niniuu lrll t done anythliiB tln thlnl In tho thoI Phil Philt
I1 t I Hn nlsl isiandi ndl width meet the approval approvalo
o of tt th f ttmar naor as juat and beneficent hcneflcenthavf
W hap lone beneficent things thingst
t t pin pl1 1 Mr Teller Wo are ao aonii ncr
r Lln tn4 nii Honn MOtl things with n bene benef
f > J i I bU 1 am hero to complain complainoupui complainthlllX
i thlllX w ought not to do I am not notwo notb
b 11 wo u fiutnnder og n Intimated I Ihir IaM Ian
in hir os o an American senator and andfiiiT andtlllr andthr
fiiiT th tho Binator from Wisconsin Wlsconslli dOCH docnntmognlze dOCHt1
ntmognlze t1 E relogntzo that fact or lie thinks I IonI In
dont dontJl onI onIIi n t tL
Jl Ii L Wlo pid a high tribute to the thei theIlaromnnship theitmmftThtp
Ilaromnnship i manship which dictated the policy
tiths f the United States toward China dur
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Hilt tho trouble two yoaw ago Ho did didnorifliow didnot
norifliow I Ojt1moi not I1iot ho ti HAiti whothor lint Ihnlliolle Ihnlliolleor policy >
or orlginttf K IfIMtlt1 n t J with the elate 1realdBiU Mo
Klnloy or with Becy of Btato tato Hay H y hut
lU II wisdom wl dgl1 had hl1c1lJecn Leon domoiutratod t1oUlon trlllod and
tho whoff world had bostl placed Under Underobi lindoIobllrraloU indorobhlgatlomma
obi obllrraloU fratlonn to time United tJnlt d Htate tor lt ltstrict its Itlltrlct itsotrict
strict observance I believe nald th the
Colorado senator that It tnero t thero 1011 could
bo at a piuah HtntcHmunBlilp and wisdom wisdomand wlHlull11I stsdomand
and 1I 1t1 inoroy applied to this Philippine Philippinetroublo lhll1IIIIOlIoublo Philippinettoubhu
troublo wo Hlunild bo able to get Ke out of
It with credit creditMr crQdItMr
Mr Toiler quoted newspaper Itw papel and andnmgazlno atiltIIIltgazlllO an1tmmitaziImo
nmgazlno attlclcN to show that crueltlaa crueltlaannd cruoItloand
and 1111 II tortures were applied to Filipino 1
Insurgents with a view to forcing 111111I0 them themto t themto lelll lellltu
to reveal the hiding places ot theIr rl rllt 11IIcl riItcH
lt ItcH H Tho ho particular torture upon which whichtho vhmIhtIm
tIm Colorado senator dwelt was llil tho wa water witor vntel ¬
tel or cure On the authority of one wrl
terMr leI Jtr Teller said that ICO J O Klllplnos to towhoifi towh tosviomtt
whoifi wh lh lie water cure had boon applied appliedall
all but 20 2 had died from tin effects It Ifthcso Itthollo Ittltozo
thcso Btatcments nn > not true wild the thesenator thelIonator thesenator
senator the American government governmentOWQ
owes to Itufllt that they ue proved not to
bo true I would bo glad to know that thatthey thatthey t ttheY
they are n slander ngaliiRt our army
Mr llacon JI eolt of Oooritla suggonted uggo tcll that
It tnleht hot 1m proper to cluuKo the theAmerican theAlnetcan theAmerican
American nimy with these ctutltloK ctutltloKTlm ertmitioTime <
Time tortures wore pracllccdho thought thoughtprincipally I1I00U1htprlnolplilly tliatmgimtprincipally
principally by the Macabobo scouts un nillives unlives untivee
lives and perhapH pothn H by some of the themoro timemore
moro vicious olemums ot the army who whowero whoWt11J vimuverU
wero afforded tl opportunity by the pros prosenoo prellI1nco prosonce
once of the army lit the Phlllpplno nail tu tucurry tlJcurry thcurry
curry Into effect their vicious liwtlnow liwtlnowA
A prolonged running debate d bnle than oo oocurred occllrl oocrmrred
curred ovor the th matter of the ntlml ntlmlHlvn admlllon admissin
sin ot proms VnpresentatlveB Ifl to the thehearing thohlrlng thehenri
hearing henri ng on It the Philippine tariff bill In Inwhich IIIwhleh hutwlmichm
which Sonntor ouumtor Patterson mndo atuirgu atuirgumcnt I1llllrlumentln an mmrgtm mmrgtmmont
mont mentln lit n support of opening the commit committee ¬
tee hoarltigH In tho Philippine Investiga Investigation ¬
tion to all tho members of tho press pressUy 1111118By iress iressIJy
Uy such an arrntiKcment ho Haiti the thecountry lhecpttlltr theepUtmty
country would receive ayery phase and andcolor nntlcolor andcolor
color ot tho Investigation IlIn tlglltlon amid cone correspondents cOIespoll1ents coneIon1onts ¬
spondents would bu afforded an oppor opportunity opporluulty opporunity ¬
unity to enlargo upon and offer Hug BUITgentlonn HugHestlolfl auggeRtionH
gentlonn concerning the testimony Ho Hoagreed Iro1I11eod ItoaNteed
agreed with tho complaining nnwspn nnwspnppr newsimair8
ppr that the commlttop was conduct conductIntr OOllllllclIII
Intr 111111 tufl III In n BCIIBO a ittnulmmbsr luMiilng hmanluigthR
Tlm ncrintc nt C oclock went Into ux uxceutlvo IXeCllllvu oxecutivo
ceutlvo KiHHlon and live mlntitca later lateradjourned 1 Interodjoum lor lorIIIJnlllIINI
adjourned adjournedSIX IIIJnlllIINIr IIIJnlllIINISIX odjoum mned mnedSIX
SIX DEAD r SIX ARTDYIHC ARTDYIHCResult ARE DYING DYINGI
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Result ult of f a Calllo ltlo Between Kentucky Officers OfficersAnd OfficersAnd OfflcerAnd
And MountaineerAlfiilr Mountaineer MountJlneersAWllli MountaIneersAnsIi
Alfiilr Took Ao oolt i Ilnco lit tho thoInnrtorhiiiuo 11111I0111 11111I0111lunrtorllUlllo Emumiommutunrtermouuo
Innrtorhiiiuo Knloon ihrre und uulll uullllIaU n nKnoxvlllu s sIInltiUiieu
lIaU IInltiUiieu Jll1lurolll troimi Ihhtlrbltl Ihhtlrbltll1OxllIo1OIII hitidIcubenuCmioxvlhlv
Knoxvlllu l1OxllIo1OIII Tonn Feb 1 tIJ 2A 12Ato IIIHIclal IIIHIclalto
to Thp Journal and Tribune from Its ItsMlddlCBboro 1t8tldlellboro ItstlddIesboro
MlddlCBboro Ky e correopondcnt Imy ImySix 140YIjic ays aysHlx
Six men In ell are dead dcnlllllllt and as many more morenve morente
nve dying as the result of a battle be between between between ¬
tween ofllcora offic lS from MlddleHboro nnd nndmountaineers 01111l1Ounlalllcers nudmnountatmicens
mountaineers Tho battle which was uttsolio aM aMoil
olio oil of the most clojpevnto In the history historyot
ot mountain warfare ocauried between
4 and 0 oclock ocloc this evening at Leo rur Turners rurner rurnors ¬
ners ner Quartcrhouse saloon three and andu
u half miles from Mlddtesboro MlddtesboroLast
Last month some mules and other othercoods othercoatis otimerrood
coatis of furners wore levied on In pay paymunt Iln IlnliMit imaymflemit
liMit fop to u debt and 11111 a few nights ago agoIt usoIt agoit
It Is alleged ho with others went to toVirginia toVIIglnln toVhiglnmn
Virginia where the property had lu I been beenlaken heontllken beenl4komm
laken secured what was formerly his hisand hIliunll ithsand
and returned to tho Qtiurtorhouse QtiurtorhouseToday QuartorhouliofoddY Qimarterhiousotoday
Today Deputy I eput Sheriff Wat Thompson Thompsonuuinmbned Tlwmpaonautumnbned jhulIIllRonlJul11l11hned
uuinmbned a posse of 10 or 16 men for forthe forthe or ortIIo
the purpose of arresting Turner at his histulooii histllloOI histhoou
tulooii tulooiiThe tllloOITho thoouThe
The Louisville Nashville railroad railroadlofuBPd r1lIrOdlllotusell ialhroadlofuseLl
lofuBPd to convey tho officers to the HIV HIVloon naloon
loon and they walked through the themountains tho1I10untllln9 timemdountains
mountains Turner J 1 rmmmier had heard that an anattempt anattem1t anattemnjt
attempt would bo b made to arrest Iur st him himnnd himnndllc himanti
anti nndllc lie io and nd his men In n Id 15111 In number gave gavothe gU1Jlhe gavethe
the olllcera I u warm Invnrn reception receptionThe recOltlollfheBalooll
The fheBalooll saloon was sva well suited for an nt nttnck nttnck atlack
tnck like this It was built of logs and andas nndnll and1s
nll as surrounded by a 30foot fence In Invhlch Inhlch inI
vhlch I uich loop hole were cut to 0 that the theInmates IheInlnnles themnmnatee
Inmates could shoot at outsiders outsidersTurners outsiderslurners outsidersTurners
Turners surrender was demanded demandedIlls
Ills reply ll1Y was n round of shots MiatHCharley shotsharlei hOtllChnrle
Charley Cecil of Mlddlesboro Mtlldle lJolo was rid riding rIdIng ridbig ¬
ing a pony ponln In plain view of the Turner Turnermen Turner11I011 Turneromen
men Borne Somoono one raised rul e n window of ofthe otthe oftime
the log lo house nnd shot Cecil who fell felldead felldead IllIlead
dead Instantly the man at the window windowfell windowtll windowftht
fell back pierced by IJ half a dozen bul bullets bulletll htmllots ¬
lets Then hen the firing began In earnest earnestTho cnrnestTho earnestThe
Tho officers scattered scutt red and hiding be behind behind beImind ¬
hind trees poured n galling fire Into Intothe Intotll intothm
the tll mountain fortress In the fight fightJohn fightJohn fightJohn
John Doyle a railroad man wan va shot In Inthe Inthe inthe
the hand handThe hondlhe handThe
The town men gathered closer around aroundTurners IlroundTUIlIars aroundTumors
Turners place < undaunted by b the shots shotswhich 8hotswhIch shotsrhmtoh
which whizzed blzz d around them thcl11AR AB soon soonC9 soonns soonas
C9 Cecil was killed his companions de determined detOrlnlned dotorrnimted ¬
termined to burn Turners rendezvous rendezvousend
end nd In the midst of 0 tho battle a man manapplied mnnnpplletl manapplied
applied a torch to an exposed side of ofthe otUIlbulhllng oftime
the UIlbulhllng UIlbulhllngSoon building buildingBoon builihinurgoon
Boon the building was In flames Soy
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II 5 CoffeeNeverHurtMe CoffeeNeverHurtMePeople Coff eeN everH urtM e ePeople
People PeopleSomo
Somo famous brain workers have haveknnde haoinnt1e havennde
knnde u welcome discovery nlong the theline theline
line of recovery of health by the pro proper VIOer prohier ¬
per er selection of food Several were of ofthe otthe oftime
the CoffccneverOiurtme kind but buths hutns butkis
hs an experiment tried leaving it off offten ortten offten
ten days nnd the Iso of o Postum Cereal CerealFood crfnl1oOtl eralIoOd
Food Coffee 111 Its place llll4 A definite definitennd detlnltulIndl1ccIMd mieliniteand
and lIndl1ccIMd decided improvement In health Is Ispractically Isrl1cllcallytccrtuln ispracttcahlyccrtahn
practically rl1cllcallytccrtuln certain to attend uch n nv nIook 11thanA aVhiangu
thanA thanAIAoit VhianguIok v
Iook cirefully cU tully into the state ot 0 health healthof
of the th 1 Individual who knows that cot cottec Clrteodonihurtltllltld coftee
tee teodonihurtltllltld donthurtme and you OU arc almost almostsure nlmostsure almostsure
sure to find somo form of physical ull ullor utiOr uhior
or functional disturbance dJsturIJnncoperhap dJsturIJnncoperhapmUddy perhaps perhapsmuddy
muddy complexion or weak eyes Inch Incipient Inlpllnt Inchpient ¬
pient heart failure kidney trouble liver liveror
or bowel disorders dl order or some form of ofweakness otcakncll1J ofWeakoeM
weakness that hoWl plainly enough enoughby enoughby
by tho cry cr for or relief sent up from some someorgan somoorgun someorgan
organ ot o the body bodyWhy bodymy
Why 11 my does do thn dismissal of Coffee and andthe andthe andthe
the use of Postum bring help Kxperl Kxperllo f xllerlto xperiments
to the Ih Mcnftv e tn i < ments In artificial digestion showclcarly showclcarlyauthnriiv holclenrlYO
O authnriiv QUtlmrlry hlC8t1lsutor Inveatiga 8ar that coffee arrests f1 roatll digestion and according to tot toat
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at t th the rJ f ry k Lv LvnlsrJl alio t OIS on 0011 nlsrJl 61 t tier > cr cent pt the food ooetto to be digested That strikes strlklsrOI1
rOI1 1 W LIo 0d keYstone mi tone i to tho arch 0 ot health FAIlure 1tlll indlgpstlon means lack of offMroi otr
fMroi r trol th dr nd nthertetolro therefore w a lack or ° C fod1 for tll the ° nerve centers As 8 the ntcves ntcvesft r1lte8OlfanlZld
OlfanlZld ° ft niied nize MrvoiV orSans r ° of r t the w entire body one can readily understand that a Ills dlsfMem Illsfor
fr fore It rmoni r I11j1l11 nervous fMem 1lItell1 lnn mny > r how effect lfcct In nn flY > part llrt of the body bOIl There Therei ThereaUI
aUI 5Rttflt Unt to uat uatt of t this i fou cause ° will nllW nature to right herself A powerful powerfulJ powerfulbo81hllt
tbnr1 tbnr1mire bo81hllt mmatu 1 1re re is I J oatum Cereal Food Coffee composed of the albumen albumenPH allJumen11rIeM
mire PH g gluten uten etc from rein which nature builds In Intho the delicate tissues tla uel of the thefr theJ timePRtumn
J PRtumn It > Uin aid
liquid fJO 1 81 digeato0 11 l1ge8t1on without drug I1r druggiig g jlng hlg and furnishes rurnl hes a concentrated concentratedIf
If I vell II a most lillclou Coffee Cotr
th Ihp tt rca reallpII l morning o
f flullj ii th that t reapr r h has ever ve failed to nolto Postum lo tum satisfactorily It will be beProblem bclrobl111
to ann
Problem as it flhIoy I o v tltbto l vto t boll 1S minutes mill lit after boiling commences will solvo the thee thetulU
turn l Ceret reII e Co fliust Li tj ODIIO ° Y boiled to extract extrnetlaste tB8te color and food value P pos post ° S
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Stand by the theStandard theStandard
Standard StandardPrices I IPrices
Prices Steam rcam Baking P9ydcrIs P9ydcrIseverywhere Powder is iseverywhere i s sevcrysvherc
everywhere the acknowledged acknowl cdgcd standard1 standard1the s stiidarcjthe lda q qthe
the powder of the highest refutation refutationgreatest rcp fatiop fatiopgreatest
greatest strength and absolutely absol u t ly pure pureIt purI
It I t renders the t1 food more healthful and andpalatable andpalat ailpalatable
palatable palat blc and using it exclusively cxclusiv ly yoii yoiiare y you youare l larc
are assured against alum and an lot1 l other r danr danrgerous daJ daigerotis F Fgelouschcmicals
gerous gelouschcmicals chemicals from which whichthe V thc lowA lowAgrade low lOWtgrade it itgrade
grade powders are made madeDr m imtdc1r de der
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Dr r Prices l Baking Powder is iscsold sold on1 on1its ohiits on onits I
its merits m rits only never by the th ai4 oj ojlotteries of1ottcrcs I I10ttcrjc
lotteries gifts commissions or r other otherschemes oth othschemes r rschcfucs > V
schemes The en entire tire valuc of f youfy youfymoney youtlTIOJWY our ourfllOflCy
money comes back to you in baking baki 1g pow powdcr powderthc
V dcr derthc the purest most most eeonomicalll1ad eeonomicalll1adI economical madeV madeVi madeVNornAlum 11ladCNcrriAluim <
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NornAlum baking powders arc low lowpriced lowpriced lowiriccrl
priced us a they cost CI1 t butthree Illlf three cents ccnlSR n nPntor a131h I IPI1crDAKIN
Pntor PI1crDAKIN 131h uc r DAKINQ IJAK uo POWDER Cot Co potnul iom mid to tlll1nkl make Hut I nltmi oh mimt loavcn in I U the theCHIOAQO Ihgo IhgoCHICAGO timeChICAGO
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CHICAGO mad or cake glaubcr r salts snlnliurio snlnliurioacid suuiphiuricacid c cnclt
acid and IIn hydrate hy rale o of alumina ulull1lnnnIlIIlJurF ulull1lnnnIlIIlJurFI al umuinaahl all injuri injurii
i Otis OlSlhe the last two tS poisonous
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oral of the tlt muuhlalums came to tho thowindow thowindow therindov
window and were Imnuxllrttcly Imn c1lrttel shot shotdown IIhotdown shotriown
down The lh mmubers of tho he posse sure Hur10unl11ng suremoundIn ur urfounding
founding the bnrrlcnde were deter deturmined Iletermined determined
mined to let noni non > owap Leo Turner Turnerand jurnernud
and several of his friends however hi mtvover In InMini InOm Inornu
Mini Om manner escaped mud he Is now nt ntMlngo 11 atdingo t tlInJo
dingo mines 111 111 os eight mile from Mlddles Mlddlesboro MlddlehOIO Middieborn ¬
born Several of his men perished Ilorl hcd In Intho Intho intim
tho flameg flamegAll
All eerie of rumors are afloat to tonight toI1Irht totiInht ¬
night onq un Ticlng lwln that thn 1 five Turnerltes Turnerlteswore lurllerltewere
wore ems killed by b the rllles of the attack attacking nttncllIII attackbig ¬
big III man nnd that five nV more perished In Inthe Inthe iiithe
the Hennas fI t1108 It Is also believed that tho thorosue thejOsRe
rosue 0110 lost mom men than one and that thatBomo thntsomo thatsome
some of tho Mlildtesboro MhMIt > horo fighters may maynow mQ mQno may110w
now no be lylhg dead or dying In name ot otthe ottlw oflice
the hollows holl surrounding the Quarter Quarterhouse QuallethoulIl Quarterhuousp
house Borne of tho ho deputies came III Intonight IIItOl1lght iiitonight
tonight with their rides over their theirshoulders theirhouldorll theirshinuldertu
shoulders They flats tat that halt of the themen thlmen lie liemush
men iirc ni still sllllnt at the th Quartsrhouse Quartsrhousennd e ennd
nnd thnt they theo will 11I return with ttti rein reinforcements rolnforecnwntl reinforeements ¬
forcements it Is feared that the trou troublo ItoUhlo troublo ¬
blo Is not at an end 1II Turner Is not a aman Qmnn ammmii
man who is easily cowed and It Is be believed belIec belteved ¬
lieved that ho will organise e a band and andnvrnge nnd1tl1le andavemigo
nvrnge the death of his friends and nndtho nlHItho andlie
tho burning of his saloon Turner Is a abrother nIJIother abmOthmet
brother nf Wild Mill Turner who was waskilled WMklllel1 snskilled
killed Bomo years enr ago The Quarter Quarter5iouM Quarlerhou Quarterhouse
house hou e IH known far nl and wide because IJcclueor e eof
of the number who iio have b been en killed killedwithin klll killdwithin > d dwlthlnlttl
within wlthlnlttl its confines Placing l loeln todaVa todaVanumber todaYllnumbor tOday8number
number of deaths nt six lx M u persouH persouHhave perlloull perlloullhae persoushave
have upon killed there theloan and twice that thatnumber thnlnumbcl hutnumuber
number wounded woundedSUFFRAGIST WoulutC1dSUFFRAGIST wowirtedSUFFRCIST
I +
SUFFRAGIST CONVENTION CONVENTIONWashington
Washington Feb 12The first Inter Jnterntalonal Interntalonnl Interntaional
ntalonal womans suffrage conference conferenceand
and the thirtyfourth thht tourth annual conven convention conentloll convention ¬
tion of the National American Womans WomansSuffrage WomnnISurtrAge WomansRuffrage
Suffrage association was IIB begun hero herotoday Ilerotoday heretoday
today with an unusually large number numberof
of delegates In attendance Tho con convention 1011nntlon conventlon ¬
vention was presided over by Mrs Car Carrlo CnrrlQ Carrio
rio Chapman Catt Its president The Thodelegates Thedelegates Thedelegates
delegates were welcomed to the city cityby cityb cityby
by b Hon Henry U F McForlond pies preaWent PICStl1ent piesimlent
Went of the board of district commis commissioners commlsslonerl comniisstonems ¬
sioners sionersThe slonerlThe stonemsThe
The president by h a vote ot the con convention conentlon conenion ¬
vention was authorized to appoint the thomembers themembors themembers
members of the finance courtesies und undcredentials nndcrellcnt1nIl1 andcredentials
credentials committees c9ou tItoell She hie explained explainedthat
that the resolutions l committee must mustbu mU mmmutho t tbe
bu named by n vote of the delegates delegatesnnd t1uleJatunnd
nnd that thin could be done later laterThe Interfhe laterrime
The following chairmen were emc ap appointed mtpvolntedu ¬
pointed Finance I Miss Han Jlalflot lot May MayMills Mu MuMills MayMills
Mills NoW York courtesies Miss Mary
0 1 Hay credentials Mrs Harriet Tay Taylor Tayhoc fA fAlor ¬
lor Upton UptonTha UptonThe V
The foreign delegates who were seat seated etntod seated ¬
ed on the platform Illntrornll1nll and who took great greatintciest gmtatinterest tal talInterlut
interest In the proceedings proc roc el1lngs listened II to towords towords towords
words or greeting from rom May Mn Wright WrightRevwll WrightSewnll night nightIunnhi
Revwll Clara Uurton Susan II An Anthony Anthony Anthony ¬
thony nnd fey Anna It Shaw ShawMadame Shl ShlMlldame mns mnsMatlamno
Madame Sofia Levoyna Trledland ot otRussia otnussln offlussia
Russia responded rcs OndCl1l11Ylng saying that Huwla tull Ituaslalied Huwlahad ll llhnd
had been the friend of America duringthf during duringthp during1w
thp 1w civil war and that close clo o lies of offriendship otfrlel1lshli offriendship
friendship exist between the two coun countries countrlel courttries ¬
tries America she said had moro morothan mOnthll1 umiorothan
than once displayed dl Jlltlyed friendship frlenrl hlp toward towardRussia lownrdRussia towardfltmzsla I
Russia and had sent her ships there to toprotect 101IQted toProtect I I
protect her people from rota a most cruel cruelenemy cruelcn cruelemiemyhtmner
enemy cn emiemyhtmner emiemyhtmnerMrs JmYhun hunger hungerMrs er It ItMra
Mrs Cntt the president IIre lllont then dolly delivered dellverll dollyered ¬
ered her minimi addrou which Wan lis listened listenl lietened ¬
tened tenl to with marked attention attenton She Shewas SheWaM Sheas
was as frequently Crequenty Interrupted by loud and andpiolongcd IndIJolonKcd andwoIomiged
piolongcd applause applauseThe nlplaURI nlplaURIThe
The first Ort night session IIcBllon of the con conVcnlUm conVentlll conentlon
VcnlUm Ventlll was nA given IIell over OWl to the pioneers pioneersu
u number 21umlr of whom whol occupied occupltl seats sentt on onthe onthe ontime
1 the platform Miss Susan SUlan II Anthony Anthonypresided AnlhonyprasldtI Anthommypresided
presided 1IIItorm and gieatings grP tnKI and am addresses addressesfrom oddrelsel addressestrain
from u 1 number of well wel known klwn women womenwere womenIfte svomentiere
V VC
were heard heardA
A cordial greeting greetng from morn Englands Englandsjjloncer Rnglahls RnglahlsIoneet 1nglahi1spioneer
pioneer C Ioneet Prlscllla Prscila Urlght McLaren was waspresented WRBres waspresemuteul
presented res nte1 by h Mrs Florence l lorClce Fenwlck FenwlckThe F PenwickMiller enwlckMiller
Miller Millerrhp V VTlif
The venerable el1tbll Henry R Hlackwell Uackwel of ofMassachusetts otMl8RChu ofassachu5ett
Massachusetts Ml8RChu ott followed 01011 with wih a brief brieftalk hrlettalk brieftnik
talk on Equal Elual HlfihtB lUht to All Al It I had hodbeen hadben hadbeen
been ben his hil fortune ortun he said to be asso associated associate assoelated ¬
elated tally In le lifewith life wh Ithm women obliged obligedto
to rely on their own OWI efforts etorts H in t 1805 1805he 18G5he 115lie
he was a working member of the Na National NI Natlonril ¬
tional tlonll Iqtml I Rights Jglls assdclallon as claton nnd nndhad nndIUll anulhad
had BbUKht vainly llnlY to secure suffrage suffragefor AufrogQ AufrogQtor
for IUll women SbUglt In the reconstruction reconstructon of tho thoUnion thoUnion theUnion
Union He HI then gave 1e a 1 history of the thoadoption theadopton hodoptlofl
adoption by Colorado Wyoming Utah Utahand Utllhand Utahand
and adopton other 1 states stutlB of woman suffrage suffragennd Butrrge Butrrgeand
tlmt womans womansequality womnnRequal womanseuahItY
and concluded 10nclulle1 by b saying lalnl
equality equal Is II fn tlt t becoming bcoming the watch watchword wlltchord watchword ¬
word ord of civilization civilizationRev
CIllzatlon CIllzatlonIhw
Rev Antoinette Antolote IJrowfc Irowl Hlackwell lnckwel of ofNew otNew ofNew
New York Yok Introduced Intrduced a II as the first Or l wo woman woman woman ¬
man ordaIned orlalled to the ministry 11nl811 In this thiscountry thIscountr thiscountrY
country rend nn Interesting Interstng paper on onRev onChhalr onChiiairY
Chhalr ChiiairYfey I IRev
Rev Olymplft Olnwll Oly lPha Brown of Wisconsin WisconsingavB ln lngn1
an Interesting talk on conditions conditionsof condltlonl condltlonlot
gave gn1 of suffrage Intorlstng as existing existng in the United UnitedState Unied UniedSttet UnItedStates
State Imrrage Paying particular pltcUIAr attention IItenlon to totho totho tothe
tho Sttet pViv privilege ICRC which alien ulens have In ex exeroistng a aerel9tn cxeroietn
eroistng PIviege this right rIgh and In making miking tho thoaTho thelaws
118 laws lawsThe aTho The singing of Auld A U I u Land Y Sync Syneclosed S Syncclosed yne yneclosed
closed Ti theevenlnas the evnln session sesfon
MEMORIAL OF OFFEDERAL OFFEDERAL OFFEDERAL
FEDERAL PARTY PARTYFilipinos PARTYFIlpinos PARTYFilipinos
Filipinos FIlpinos Want Civil Civi Government GovernmentNot Goverr GoverrNot rJ rJNot
Not Military Miitary Rule RuleANN RuleANNEXATION v1 v1ANNEXATION
ANNEXATION ANN XA11IN IS DES1HBD DES1HBDAnxloiit I 1ESiIUDV SlIO SlIOI
V V I
Anxloiit luloII to Have lue IilniuU Declared JlllIrpd au auIntegral i flitIlilegral l lIlle
Integral Ille rnlllIr Iart ofllio of f mime United VllellY Umihledfl I f t tWashington
fl V Nlalor ifl5 ifl5Washington I IWnshlllllon l
V
Washington Wnshlllllon Feb F b 12 12fhe The memorial memorialof
of tho Federal F lJnral party pllty ot tile tn Philippine PhilippineIslands Ilhlllno IlhlllnolRlnl1dl lhlhiiiptuioIslnnd meloral meloraloC
tho senate senatethis BeMtothls senutOthi1
Islands lRlnl1dl was transmitted Uansmlle to
this evening by b the secretary of war wartogether wartogether vartogether
together V with a 1 letter Jclel of ortnlrltal ortnlrltalby trunsmltlal trunsmltlalby
by Qov Go Taft In i whose charge the docu document docment documnent ¬
ment was vt given Ilv Reim n The V momprlal m nlprlll Wll san vnnadoptbd sanadopted
adopted adoptCnt at an 1 extraordinary extmardl trMldl 1ntlclslon a session of oftho ottho ofthi
tho thi Federal party held In In Manila Mollia In InNovember InNovember InNovemuber
November NovemberIt
It sets forth that the performance performanceof
of tlm 11 obligation obllntlon of tho th treaty of ofParis otP1rls ofParis
Paris which gave Klve tho United Unite States StatesConffroiia SlatesConJrol StatesCongrem
Conffroiia authority to fix tho tlo Hiatus tntu of oftho 01the o othe
the ConJrol Philippine 1hlllPle Islands l had been de deferred detlrrlll deferrud ¬
ferred tlrrlll to this tils time because IJecnlse of 0 the at attack lt lttuck attack ¬
tack by Wtho the Filipinos 111111101 upon the sover sovereignty Bovorelgnty sovereignty ¬
eignty elgnty of the United Stnlel States an act actbrought nctbrought ftC ftCbrought
brought about tho memorial 10001111 says saystlmmotmhm sayuthrough YI
through a 1 misunderstanding mlmnderstan < ng aol not notthroiight notthrought nottlmrouiglut
throiight hatred of tho American sov sovereignty sovcrelinty soYerelaimty ¬
ereignty crelinty U I further states IIlutel that out outof outot outof
of the CO provinces and districts districtswar Ilstrlcts Ilstrlctswlr
war wlr nr exists in only two twoDatlll1ga8 Datangas and andSnmnr nnl1Sntnnr andSatnnr
Snmnr SnmnrIt SntnnrI
It I also asserts lsaIll that It I Is a demon demonMraUd dmnonratd l non nonjtratld
MraUd ratd faut that the pueblos or towns townsanxiously toIISnnxlou townsanxiously
jtratld anxiously nnxlou ly desire leBlre tn a definitive civil civilrule rlJ clviirule
rule runt Iml says that those thost who are arustill arestill
still In arms allege nleg that the lack la k of ofcivil oCclv ofclvii
1111 Ilrt1H
civil clv r AliiU1 llt agreed upon nnd promul promulgated prOJIRltel proriu1gated ¬
gated Rltel by I the Congress of the tlP United UnitedStates tnllll tnltedStateu
States iu 11 < n weighty pretext for to their theirbelligerent thllr thllrbelAIetl theirbeihmgeemtt
belligerent belAIetl attitude IUlule which regime shall shalldetermine shal shallleermnlne
determine leermlw at lt once the political 01101 status matuaand Htatusnnl statusand
and nnl clvu civi tights IlghU of t the Inhabitants Inhnbltl11B of oftho otthl ofth
tho th archipelago nlchllpllo In accordance occortlulco with tho thotreaty tho1Inl thetmtaty
treaty 1Inl of Purl PnrUTho PurlTh ParisTime
Time Th memorial 1nemOlIII then makes InkeB ft C presen presentation jrsen jrsentuton vresenunion ¬
union tuton of the tll deduction dlduclon of the Federal Federalparty FeIeraiparty elrot elrotpnrty
party that Congress lOIIIR should proceed roclpd tu tucarry tl pmcarry
carry Into effect CIoet Its determination telermlnltlon of ofdenning otdennlnQ ofdefining
defining dennlnQ the th future of the Philippines PhilippinesIn Phlpplnll
In their relations relalol11 to the United States Statesand Btatesa11 Statesamirl
and a11 assorts that there Is II no reason reasonfor rtOon rtOonror reasonfor
for not replacing the military miiar regime reglmoby reglno reglnoby
by u civil cl1 rule of a I popular charac character t eharacter haroetel ¬
ter tel in II conformity with wlh the decisive decisiveword Ileclsle decisivevords
10rdl word if the nevertobeforgotten nevertobeforgottenPresident 1eftob novertob forgotten forgottenPresllent
President McKinley McKlnleyThe Mcnley V VThe
The memorial lelorlnl Is divided dlvhet Into two twoparts twopnrt8 twoparts
parts The hG first ot these twse la n C petition petitionfor IJetUon IJetUonfor
for annexation and ani a 1Jrscntlln presentation a ot otthe otthe oftime
the form of government Joernment desired In Inthis Inthis Inthis
this subdivision 8ubllhslon tire tle Federal party s setl sets setsforth t tforth
forth fortl that It I has made an UI exhaustive exhaustivestudy exhaustivestudy xhuUstheAtdy
study Atdy of both the Flllnlnos Plnln09 timid ntd the theAmericans Ihemernns the4rnuricann
Americans mernns and concludes that from fromthu fromth frontthe
the th mass of data collected colected It Is the theintention the timemntentlomi
intention 1tenlon of the Ihl two peoples IHup119 that they theyshould theyIhould theyshould
should Ihould never leer be disunited disunitedTho
Tho memorial announces as principles principlesfor Jrlndplls JrlndpllstOl
for this Union the tlO formation of n 1 more moreperfect moreIHrCect immurelerfeCt
perfect union lnlon establishment slnblshment of justice Justlcfctlw Justlrl
tlw th Insurant In8ural11p of domestic trnnquillly trnnquilllypromotion tmnnqulityPromotion
promotion of the general welfare wlll1re trnnqulU and andthc andthl andtime
thc thl > securing of blessings bleslnl of liberty libertyThe IIJert IIJertThe libertyThe
The memorial Iemorlal then proceeds proceeds1To procfCls procfClslo
To make lkc the Philippines Phlllllnel a colony oC oCth ottu ofthis
th tu this United States Stntld or to grant Inde Independence Inl mdcpemidenee ¬
pendence PClldl1NJ to the thl Philippines Phlllln would be beto IJetn betO
to hand hanl the Islands aver 011 to disorder disorderand dlRor < r rnll
and ann to anarchy alarchy to destruction and to tochaos te tttitans
chaos chas In effect etreCt the colonial collnlll system systemInvolves S8tlmInvols systeminvolves
Involves the principles prlnclplel of difference or 01citizenship orcltzeMhlp orcitizenship
citizenship cltzeMhlp Inequality Inequaly of rights and andother Ind Indother andother
other consequent abuses Ibu es and n IlnuRtee IlnuRteeat Injustices Injusticesof
of all ni of which wo Filipinos Fipinos were sun sutfelted SUIteled suncited
felted teled under the Spanish Spnlsh government governmentand Iwernmcnl Iwernmcnland V Vand
and for this reason 11101 we reject every everything eeryhlnl everylung ¬
thing hlnl ot which tends tendl toward towar a colony colonyPhilippine colnnyPhippine colonyPhilippine
Philippine Phippine Independence with wih or with without without without ¬
out a t protectorate means a holding of ofpoivi 0 0por Oflovr
poivi > r by IJ all al the tribal elements of the liteccrtti tll thesecte
ccrtti rll which predominate Ilrtdomlntp and would wouldptcdoPilnnte wouldplworllnle wouldPledoruingte
ptcdoPilnnte plworllnle Mill Mtl for some 10mo years until untilthe unIt tmntfltire
the tl anger Mier of Filipinos Jlplnostoard toward Filipinos Filipinoshall FipInos Fllmpiuiosaihaii I
hall IhR have been b 11 completely Calmed al1ed ed edUailon Id edtiaIorm I I110on
Uailon 110on become beCoaL general enerll anti the thl furmtl furmtlrtsm flnall flnallcIRI fanalicisni
rtsm cIRI lied we have hlve Inherited Inherlt1 from room Spain ex exiled exIIw cxlied ¬
Federation Pelternton or annexation annunton would set settlu Blt Blttil settie
tie til all ul these dimcultles dlllcules by concentra concentration conCntra conCntraton concentratlon ¬
tion the Interest t f the
ton of o qf Filipino lplno pco pcop6 pcopl peepi
p6 pl upon Ipon education educaton antI Rnl labor Jlbor JlborThp ljborThmc laborTho
Tho memorialists memorlall then pray a decla declaratijn declaratln declarauin
ratijn ratln by b the Congress Congrels of the United UnitedState Unied UniedStltel unitedStates
State Stltel to o the effect eet that thntthe the Philippine PhilippineItlands Phippine PhippineI13Ud Philippineislands
islands I13Ud a they are described In tin
treaty tit of purls 11111 and 111 tire HUbHpquont lulfluenl subssliuCntenm HUbHpquontCnentlun I Illnlton
Cnentlun llnlton enm en than ultli wlh v1 t Ii Spain 8111 piuIn are 11l an ni Integmi Integmipa iii Inlllol tgrmi I IpL
pa 1101 i uf th tl tire Inltml I I 111 Stutea StutlS tntel th time iambi
Philippine Phlipllln Islands Ilandl constituting constiutng < i li tIII tIIIlory temiVicry > nl nllory
lory cry with wih hits tll rights nnd 111 privilege privilegewhich Ilrlrll1 iurlvllegeMwhlh1
which the Constitution of 0 the United Unll1jlWt iJnltedtttkLty
Hut jlWt grama to the other othl turrltoiici turrltoiicinuh rrllollchIm
nuh Im m HI a that of I becoming a StrUt Ituh ot ottn otthe oftlm
comlnj
tn the Union UnionA lllllonIJollmlnar limionlurohinuulnary
A piollrnlnary form of government governmentflmllnr lovolllonl
flmllnr huln linIlrim to that tllt of the terrItories terrlolle of the thf
1ltd Pirtd gtatet 13lte tates It 1 t outlined outlned n 1 as mtltabla mtltablafor Illahle Illahlefor
for its thl t Philippine lhIUll loe Tlm I hl plan pll provides providesfur
fur r 11 Hovernor 10ernO nnd four tOlr executive eXtcuth IOP IOPriMiuim IUCrllllI mUCVreumiVle
riMiuim rllllI I to be appointed 1JIOlltd by I the priul Ireulmlct
lent drlt of the United Ull States and 0111 nun for H Huriitorlil I iirmltorjel
uriitorlil senate Ilnte In addition 11101 to a ahome
home hou of roprewntatlvon relruhntCtlvol cimnlsMiiK OUlllHlg of of3l ofIi
3l 3 nifinbers Wlbfl 16 of whom are rl to toclwitwl toI totil
til clwitwl I 1111IY by tho people 111018 and the thejth theolhrl tileJthiM
olhrl < jth JthiM CM appointed 1IIIJolltel by tire tll governor gOVlrrlr The Theriiiinoiiul Tirenmnmmmormrm he heflUIOllul
riiiinoiiul flUIOllul asks that thlt the thl Inlands 1 llndl be rep repivNcntcd repmeiamted
Iel
ivNcntcd JIMIHed In 11 thtt tlQ Unltud lll 1 Btatcn Rlll House Housl ot otHiprrHcntaUven otPIHIIIUvel ofiPprseriiattyp
HiprrHcntaUven PIHIIIUvel Ijy I nto ty delegates delegates1lu delcgatoR1hl
1lu 1hl > Nccoud 110111 part of time tht memorial 10110lal st sets setsfirm eh ehflrl > tn tnfiin
fiin flrl firm it lh the aspiration aIIatlOII of V a M tollll social < > CH and andiMonnmlcal Illl Illl41IIOmlal andI
iMonnmlcal 41IIOmlal I cimruolii CIArallI the prltulpal pllnlpal piilmtl Pi of ofwhich otWhllh ofWimctt
which Whllh the thl memorial lelollol represent rellellnt to be betlm betime
time 11 wcurlnjr oclrltr of u 1 roinovnl rllo I of the Ihl an andfiu ln lndlnl ankrrL
dfiu veil 1 Known as i the friar tlIII Cndur Cndurthis Cnd tuidrPits r rthl
this thl itfsignatlon 1IIIIIIation thus memorial lolorl1 Include Includeall hNlultel IncludesViii
all l the religious 11510U8 order now ixlmlng lxlkllnIn
lu UK Inland The memorial 11101Iai IIYM says yx of ofHi ottl ofml
Hi tl ml latter that thlt they tiie constitute eOlstute an aniiifiit cis cismliit II
iiifiit 11nl which I II visibly vltll opposed to On OnFilipino Ihl h hFilIpino
Filipino J111J10 people Ile J111 securing IIUrlll the thl noble 10hle iiifl iiiflgulned II mmiigulnid
gulned guhwr by the t1 Constitution onltlutlon of ottho the Unit Unittul tnlt tnltUI Unitcut
cut UI Htutes IUIIS end nd continuing cOIUnulll It Is dtt dttclui 1 thtaii
clui 1111 taii 1 that Ihlt the abuse abu of if theM thll orderhuvc Oldtlut order ridershra
huvc lut hra boon ovn Hit caue caUI8 of the thl lie bloody bloodyNtriiKRlH bloodystirmgglusp JooY JooYItlUI1111
NtriiKRlH ItlUI1111 of if the put 111 and all of tlm Ihf tim deep deepliiiid l1eol1hlhd deepliutti
liiiid hlhd liutti d txUHnx txllnf lwtw ItW iretwevur ii 1 the friars trllr and andlh Illl IlllIh smithI
lh I ii iieople of the Philippine Phlllpplll Inlands InlandsiiiniiM Islandslimts Nlandl
iiiniiM flI1I limts I te inked tlkell to take Inlc steps tep ta rent renteiiv l IPiltedy J
eiiv fy these thele evils VII and nlil Hpeolal attention attentionIH Itlntol
IH urgeo UlleJ to tli tire h reioluiloni ltoluton made 110111 by byov hyUo bylos
Uo < los ov Taft Taftcomplete far V Vtornhtiete V
complete und 111 feneral amnoitytolhe amnoitytolheFilipino aruoty ttmnnosty 10 the thePlilplrro
Filipino PHlpllo people Is I nuked In th the piul piulfled patlVfled Iwl Iwlfiel
fled fiel portions pOltons of o the thi Island IIaml the insmor insmorInl lnor
Inl Buys rl there 1f eve ra thouNaniJ tholllll of 0 parse parsecutlonH pell peiieetitiuns
cutlonH cutlnH broutht usulnst llllt the revolution revolutionIHIS
IHIS who Imvu IIIIf Hunendered HUIendlltll to Ameri American AmerlInl ¬
can Inl Noverelgnty lolplelnt for act at of violence violencecruuinlttrd lolenl iolemmcelmlmflItteml
cruuinlttrd ollnllefl white whie they were WIf In II the Held Heldutul 1lld 1lldnr tieldand
and nr pi 111101 jrior lor to their surrender IUlenlll In JI this thisconmuion thl thlOIIlton tinsommrmectIon
conmuion OIIlton the memorial 1llorlnl inserts that thattlicrt listthiemt mt mttlWI
tlicrt are III many revolutionists r olutlrll t who Imv Imvtluir hwthl lraetin
tluir thl tin rn submitted sambnm ubmltoll I tort who lro have ha been eOI now nowdip nu nulhl mlmitdIVi
dip lhl tried Il to dlitunt ul I Istuum hi I Islands Isllllll or 0 who are arenml Ile IleUIIIolll riteuniigoimmg
nml UIIIolll uniigoimmg rgolng s sfltemlcoM I illlll m nroH In II julIe JI18 and Qul iris prlsonn 1111 1111OU irisoils
oils OU while whie their families famile suffer Ilter the thegreatest thegreatrlt tiregreatest
greatest greatrlt sorrow 10rnll and want Wlul ThU con conilltui CII eontlitki
illtui Illh1 il l f affair arnlll the t1 momorlallsti Inol11orlal8ta con consider COl comrcider ¬
cider hJ r u xroat 1I00t obstacle to complete COIWMt part partIteatlon IInr tractileurtioui
Iteatlon Iulol Othiir Olh r rerluollf reauustn made Ilde are 011 for a af I utfsfltiftretory
f lat fsfltiftretory ntl > fiHtory rlctor monetary ullftllry system and nl1 ap approvul nilIlrovul aimProvmti
provul uf the ho act of the American AmericanPhilippine Allnlcan AllnlcanIhlll11110 Anrerleermllmilipplmro
Philippine Ihlll11110 commission commissionCOMING 101111llon 101111lloncom comnmniscionCOMLXO
COMING com o orTluNou OJ OPihWCi llSO niwuv niwuvTho 1 hhlhtYTime BSI 1 1Tho
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Herlln 11111 Feb l ch 12The offlclal olcllll North NorthClerman Norlhellll NorthOornuman
Clerman ellll Onzette Onzete and nld tho German Oernl press presshave presshave
have variously complained eOllulnel1 ulnce Jlnoe the thevisit thovlll thelslt
visit vlll of o Prince 111110 Henry Hen to the United UnitedStates Unltellflats Unitedtatr5
States flats was announced nnnOIICt that English Englishcorrespondents Ttngltsimcomrespondentm4 nglsh nglshCorr81lollronl
correspondents Corr81lollronl nt New No York have been beensending beenHenl1lng boomsending
sending dispatches llllatcle8 calculated ealoulateL to create createunpleasantness crcateunplra811tnel8 createtmnplemrsarrtnmess
unpleasantness unplra811tnel8 In II some Hme quarters quarternThe
The North German dinette Oalltt this even evening eyenIng oventog ¬
ing corrects orects a dispatch front tlom New York Yorklo YOII YOIIto
to the Manchester Guardian Ounrdilo which whichsays which2ays wlmlclrsays
says saysKmperor 2aysEm Emperor Em < ror William Wllnl hag ha requested that thatall ttl ttlall thatall I
all addresses nldresse made mndl by the Gorman GormanAmericans Ocrmnl acromanl4tnielicane
Americans to Prince Henry HOlry bo In the theEnglish thoEngl8h tireEumgilsir
English language languageThe Ilnullo IlnulloTho
The paper in auegllon rluetlOI w IS says ys It Is au authorized autorlzed auharmed ¬
harmed torlzed to make tho following fololn state statement Itato Itatoment statemnemmtr ¬
ment Emperor William Wlum has hll never neverexpressed 111 neverexpressed
expressed prell4d army wish whatever whltoel regard regardIng IEgarll IEgarllInl regardmu
Ing Inl mu the ceremdnlc nnd circumstances circumstancesof clrum tlncel tlnceltt
of tt Prince lrln o Henrys lenn8 reception recpton but has hasleft 1m 1mlef lmamileft
left lef all ni the lie details delnll to the Americans AmericansFHMNOH AmericansP11tOI AmericansP1tlNCiI
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Cambridge Cnmbrlge Maw Feb cI 13In 1311
augural lecture lnB before betorl the Parole frole Fran Franrals Irlll Francats
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In the lecturers lectuers conception conloptlon the aim aimof 011 aimof
of these lectures Is to 0 throw a sym symbolical 1m 1mholonl symImoilcal ¬
henrts tu tuAmerican tuAmerkllo toAmerican
bolical holonl bridge hrld from French
American herats her t and from American AmericanIteartH AmerlCal Anmerlearihearts
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tory of the French lrelwl novel lovelnnd amid then des desorlbeii de deorlhe1 doeonlirel
orlbeii fcoelety oelet as UI It developed 1101010 at dlt dltferent l1 dlietent
ferent periods porlolf his hil most mOlt brilliant brilant des description fll i1e i1eription ¬
cription being of the sooleto loolclo bourgeois bourgeoisof
of Botanic Halznl with Itn Ideal of commercial commercialhonor commerolalhonor comtneroiaihonor
honor which filed the first nrt half of 0 he thoTHnlteenth tiretineteetmtir heTilnoteenth
Tilnoteenth THnlteenth century centuryM CenturM
M in Le 1 nome ended ell1a hi iris lecture by re referring 10 10terrlng roforming ¬
forming to Gen Oenlatayotte OenlatayotteJonlrl Lafayette LafayettePonies LafayettefOP
Ponies Jonlrl for ficorgo Ioro flonlil flonlilSan Oouil OouilSun Omrh1V
San Antonio Tex Feb Fe 13 1J 23S J It ItTappan 1 Itjappan
V Tappan ppal breeder of polo ponies pOlles has hasshipped hnsBhlplled hassirlpped
shipped George Gould otmid eleven of tho best bestponies bostIollief bestluontes
ponies on 01 his ranch ralrh near lar this t11B city clY It Itis I ItIs
Iollief is s understood here that these ponies ponieswill venicewill
will go to England to participate In the theinternational thetntorlnonal theInternational
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international tntorlnonal polo 1010 tournament to be beheld beheld beheld
held at ot Hurllngame Hurlngml during dlllng the thl corona coronation coronnton coronalion ¬
lion ton ceremonies of King Edward Jllord
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NOT so or llNOU ItNO IT fNTMi JT IH i TOO LATH LATHTHIS IJ IjtTihTHIS TB TBTHIS
THIS SIMPLE TEST WILL TELL TELLPut
Put wins morning urine in a glass or hot bottle tin lot It stand for twentyfour hours hoursIt
It than It l 1IIIt11111Y is milky or cloudy or euntnln n reddish brick I1Ikdu du t sediment or It par parlldf parV partiti
V lldf or germ rlllillullt lout about In It t your ktiiney iiif nl illnniwed Tills Is the supreme nupcfltnamoment tllIpftmeWollient supremelimommient
moment wlisn lisn you 011 should begin glll to take Warners 111111114 Huff Iuro 1 l10 tu arrest oil < II th thUtmnttirutcomlltloim these thlI4Itltilluturul thesetumimrittmra
Utmnttirutcomlltloim tltilluturul OIlIlItIIIN for they an the unmlstukablc Hymptomn I of kidney 1 icldno < dl dloase tile IlIeIIQI tilemass
mass If after you irate muU thin test you 011 hnVt tie uny doubt In your our nilna JJllnrlllI a as to tothe to11Ie totire
the development of tho disease In your system s 1111 iid 1M a sample of your yoururine rourlalne yourtnine
urine Alldour sumtl nd our doctors will WllllUllllYl Himly imrrlyze It and send you a ropurt with advice free freeWARKBRS rt rtV freeWA1T3BSV
WARKBRS V Al N l S SAIiM3 SAIiM3I SAI > > OUR OURJk
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Park ark 111 says ° I prmcrllic pro rlhl VVAHNIIUS W SAFJ SAFJCUKE SAFJIi < I It
CUKE t Ii I1H 11t11 and llnd It curos urr nil cases of kidney ntul ntulbladder nlllhlulll1lr rindbladder
bladder troubles mnl air also female weakness It ItInduce 11Inllllr itinminrreu
Induce el slcflp and aim gently yet lgonnisly drlvis drlvisthe drlvHIhp dnLvmtire
the dlscaso o out of HIP systfin thus tailoring
health utilckly and nnltlllrmlln pt IeciasmmemrtiY > rmnn ntly l1llAlIs
Miss Mary Itonark U Thomas Aye Mem MemphlH M ItcmPills m mIlhlll
phlH Tenn VicePresident of 0 tlm VolIIlnIa Women Yomrtrnm1I4eaue < l lLeague
League Ia uf writes writ WAKNKH8 W AHNI ltS SAFE 1M I IC IUUH IUUHha Cl1 cttmiihits HB HBhl1ll
ha hits cured me of rheumatism which o cal110 mo from fromurln tromurlo trouumtmrto
urln add pol IJolOIl on I Imvu imav hall no rheiimutlc rheiimutlcpains rltelllnuttcpalnll rimeumnulmiPains
pains sines I took WAItNKKB SAFH UUHIO UUHIOMr Cl1HKlilt
Mr Geoiie nessum elllulII 161 t Fifth tfth St Cincinnati CincinnatiOhio CihclmnmrrtiOtrio V
Ohio Major of the ChfUtlnn Volunteer says 1
1 hnd yiiivol und Imlmmnntlon of ills urinary urinaryorgans tlrlunryoratll tmritmaryorgamms
organs caimed by b exposure In In comluutlnv out outdoor outIluII outtluiii
door meeting I found no rll rtlIff r until Un III I took tookAftNiflPi
WAHNKRH SAFW SAI API I CUIH3 It has absolutely absolutulyctirml nbllolutulcurol1ln I Icrirod
ctirml curol1ln me May Gail bl IJttA41 s you OU for or nndlng such suchrelief stintmelief
relief to stiffening humanity
Are you ou tired Lowspirited 1 Weak nod nodhubby <
flabby Hiwe you Otl a constsnt CII tRnt drubbing ache In Inthe Inthe intime
the smiill ot your back Have you oU chill Scold
lug and pain when you urinate A frequent de deslrn dtIIlre desira
slrn to unlimte Are jott OU troubled with sleep sleepCURES Hlee HleeOURES sleepCURES
CURES KIDNEYS KIDNEYSlossless KIDNEYSloftnls V Vlossness
lossless Hftvo you licndachs IH your our appa
tile bud Jo u you 011 mInd rour > our food does not nour ¬ V Vliii
ish your body and nun mnhp your blood rich nnd
red tin have you OU n r bad msm in your mouth In
V tno tIi morning If you olt have any 1111 ot these the symp ¬
tom unite your kidneys have been h n diseased for a long
lime for kidney kh1nt1 diseases flllleu soldom put out such suchsymptoms MUchIIll1l1tOlnll suchsymflptunmg
symptoms until they luive been working severu1 severu1m IIlvfru1mollthN Hevsrrmimnommtirs
m mollthN lt1 awl Id I the tissues IIlIrue liave been eaten ninny II J Jwith
with itit the thlllIlfIAM dlwnsv Yon V nit lm have e every oel reason to b balarmed tit tit1IllllIIelt benismureil
alarmed and you ou should take Warners Safe SafeUirc
Cure nt once Voil oU will find full directions with lth each lotllc AViivmt V M Bute Butet 8uteurl ttfe ttfetire
t tire is I guaranteod to cute nny 111 form of kidney trouble Hrlftlits dls dlRtlIftJ asp din ¬
betes uric acid poison Inllamiimtlon of V the bladder I rheuniflllc gout liver livercomplaint I liverulnimhemnt el eltomillalnt
complaint female weakness and 1I111111ftIIUlrI lireguli r i peiin nertids 1 < is fcnuiic weakness 1ltktl and unllll1I1l Irreg
uiar pecifHjs ore enticed by b kidney ItilIne dlsinsu iioKlcftNl I 1lflhe tr too frequent desire to
tr trItIlU imte gravel stotipg In the bladder bind del blood dlsenw InJlBistlon end nd Imndachc
All 11 thew clMAseH dlHAeHullrloltle orlylnale In th kldmjs khlnr 5 If tho kidneys vvrv healthy hPa1th and
siiong to o that they thf could iwrfoim thou work propeily there would IYlJuld1Jet b now mmomurC
C f these compliilnts WAHNBUH 8AFK tFl CHUB Is purely vegetable ogetAbIOln1 and oou
Uins no imrmfiil drugs It dots not contlpate 110n llpatt it I II now put up In two itsullt
wzo sizes ond I III gold by all druggists or direct at atBO V VtIC
BO Cent nncl en l 100 n Hottlo V VleIs
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Hefusfl nefu substitutes Thero Is I none IUMt ust a all good n as Warmis Wlrn I Insl must t on
the genuine Warners Safe Cure 11I1 which clwnys cures Sulstltute Su1J tltutell < i contsln V
1nrmful drugs whUlt Injure tho system systemTRIAL IJstemrRIAL V VTRIAL
TRIAL BOTTLE FREE FREETo V Vro
To convince every silfferer from rom dlseascM 1I lI18IMot of t the kidney liver bladder and V Vblood
blood that Warners arnets Soft Cure tine will cure < them a trial bottli will bo sent aPse
lately lullll free to any one who iro will writ W WIII1I u m > i n fare IIn t iun I ur I < > lloi Holllttr > lie tcr N Y Yand yfind Yanti
and mention having Been fn this thllIlcml illtinl offering otr rlllG In the News our doctor will willsend Willsend riiIsend
send medical m booklet containing symptoms nnd nn treatment of each disease nnd nndmany nndmnny amidmany
many convincing testimonials free rr to any one who ho will write writer writexH
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jj Tho most elegant elo ant and moat oxton extensive lvo line of ofMANTELS
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BIGELOW CARPETS CARPETSThe
The Carpets made by this Company have received tho highest hl hot award awardwherever aWlrdwherevor awardwirereor
wherever exhibited 1 Including Gold Medals at tho Paris Exposition 1878 and andat andnt anditt
at the Centennial 1876 1876Their 1816Their 1876Their
Their deserved deallrvodrIutnllon reputation for excellence of fabric rlclmow and durability durabilityof
of color novelty and beauty at design has led to frequent Infrlngementsand Intrln infningein ttnntond ntsand In Inferior Inferlor Infenior ¬
ferior goods goothlravo have often been palmed ott In their stead For the protection of ofthe otthe Ofthe
the public the Company has adopted as a trademurk trud mltrl the word DiaiLOV DtO B1QtLOWwhich DiaiLOVwhich LOW LOWwhich
which will be o woven at eery repeat of the pattern In white capitals Into Intotho Intotho intothe
tho back of the fabric Customers will therefoie have merely mcrelr to examine the theback thobact timeback
back ot a carpet to be certain that they are getting the genuine genu ne Ulgelow Car Carpets CarThese ¬
pets petsThese These Good loodecan can be obtained from all firstclass dealers dealersBIQI3LOW dealersDlOELOW dealersI3IGELOW
BIQI3LOW CAIIPKT COMPANY NEW YOHK YOHKTils YOmcJhls YOI1IcbQ
This dynatnro Ii I on every rr box ol ollbe the genuine genuineV
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After 39 Years of Suffering Suffering5DROPS SufferinU5DROPS
5DROPS n WILL GIVE INSTANT RELIEF RELIEFTrade RELIEFAND RELIEFAND
AND EFFECT A PERMANENT CURE CURETJIERE CURESrlu2Rl3
THURB IS NO OTlltfR REMI2DY > Y IN TIIIJ WORLD THAT WILL STOP STOPNEURALGIC STOPNUURALOIC STOPNUURALOIC
NUURALOIC PAINS SO QUICKLY OR BPPECT A CURE OP OPTHIS or1111S OPV
THIS PAINFUL TORTURINO AILMENT IN SUCH SUCHA
A SHORT TIME TIME5DROPS TII1Eu5DROPS fiML5DROPS
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ONETHIRD OF A DOTTLE OF BDROPS CURED HER HERMISS HERMISS HERMISS
MISS MARGARET HOWARD Graston Ky y writes rlte I bad been suffering suBerfnfagony Rulerlnfa sufferingagony
agony a ony with Neuralgia for two years cars and could get no relief until I began taking jour jour5DROP8 rour5DROPt 3ourV
V mm DROPS I had not taken It but at 24 hours before I felt better Now I have used usedoalf ulledIrt usedo9
V only onethird of the bottle aad never feel the pains palnsaay Dsaa1more any more 1 owe all 10 o 5DROPS SDROPSand 5DROPS4ra 5DROPSTrado
Irt Trade 4ra c1 0 Mark l ar k and an o9 wish I could praise it all over overtime the worldCURED worldV world worldCURED
V CURED OF NEURALGIA AFTER 30 YEARS OF BUFFERING BUFFERINGJ
J D CAMPBELL CAMP DELL Adalrsvilte Ga writes I am an old Confederate Veteran and contracted Neuralgia of the head headand headaDd headand
and have suffered with w lb It ever since nearly 39 year I tried everything I could hear of that was recommended for the thatroubles Ihetroubles thetroubles
troubles and nearly all the doctors I have met with but none could IX uld u do ma any good ° 5DROPi DROP U L the only thing thai l t has hasdone basdOIlCl hasdone
done me any an good I know it is a grand medicine medicinePAIO4BO medicInePAlflS4O j jPAID
PAIO4BO PAID 4150 TO DOCTORS DUT GOT NO RELIEF WAS CURED BY II illSCROPSHENRY 5DROPS 15DROPShENRY 5DROPSHENRY
HENRY S ANDERSON Marksville La write I have been suffering with Neuralgia and Rheumatism and pain in inthe In Intbe Icthe
the head for a quarter of a century and during that tins I have spent over M5000 for doctor bills and other medicines and andnever aDdlIever aridneVer
never could get relief until I heard of the 5DROPS 1 thought I would only try one bottle though I had tried BO many other otherVlndi otberkind otherkinds
kind of medicine I doubted doubttxl6DROPS 5DROPS but I bought a bottle I am m now 03 63ari yean of age and fed aa a if I was but sweet 16 16I
I am compelled to ay that BBROPS U the doctor in my family I wold not bo without It In my house houw5DROPS house5DROPS
5DROPS 5 CURES RHEUMATISM SCIATICA GRIP COLDS COLDSCouBhs
CouBhs CO h8 Gout Bronchitis Asthma A thl11a Catarrh Llvor and Kldnoy Troubles NqryouBnoen Norvoumnosa Bnckncho BncknchoDyepopalo BackaohoDY9POpuIO ilacknohoDypopola
Dyepopalo IndlRostlon IndlRo tlonl Croup Norvoue nnd and Neuralgic Hoadaoho Hea ache Heart Weakness Paralysis ParalysisCreeping P ParelysiaCroop ralyeloCrooplng
Creeping Croop ng Numbness sleeplessness and Dlood Diseases DiseasesJtlROPS Dl DIeoaaoa3PROPS oQ809 oQ809OROPS
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dltfertnco whether ion are ro tudtrlru from Inflammitor Nerroua UuMiilir or Articular ArticularRheumatism ArticularRheumatism No
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fin IIi of if Americas greatest magnetic magneticInhaler magneticllfallrN magnetichealers
Inhaler during his three thr years lJIIr8 stay In Inibis 10Iltll inthis
ibis city Ill has perfomml some of the themost V V101St
most vondeiful cures on record Many Manyuho Monywhn Manywho
who had been given 11 h up u to Ole by the theinpdlial theanrdhal timemimedlai
inpdlial fraternity have been restored restoredto
to health and ann vigor I r His electric bathe latlmare V Vare
are ar the finest In Utah He has an cx cxptrlenced oxFlrlenclll cxpsrieneed
ptrlenced lady to superintend superh1t tl the In ladles InIltt inlies ¬ 1 ill illA
lies department and Rive 11 inassagi inassagiDuring tnatlsagDuring mnasgirgDuring
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