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End of War Between Farmer Farmerand Fhrn1erand Fhrrnerand
and Herdsman HerdsmanALL HerdsmanALL HerdsmanALL
To Be Declared a Farming Gauntry GauntryAfter CettntryAfter CetintryAfter
After Battle From Township Townshipt
t Tewasliip TewasliipThe TIWDsl1ipThe TewnshipThe
The story ef the winning wss1n aalA < ef u the range rangecountry Ragocountry rsngccountry
country of Oklahoma OklaJto away a WII It from 10 the thecowmen Utecowmn tbecowmen
cowmen for or the benefit eat of the farmer is isalmost Iaalmost tsshuost
almost all 11 told to says the uCan Kansas City CityJournal CityJournal CityJournal
Journal U The session loa oC the Leg Legislature Lf Leg1H1atur > K Kjlilatur ¬
islature jlilatur now no being bel held at Gutbrie will willofficially willornclany willomclIly
officially declare that Oklahoma is s a afarming afarmln ararmtng
farming farmln country aad 31d that the t tb man with withthe withthe withthe
the herds must ut t keep off the growing growingcrops sro srocroll rnwg rnwgcrops
crops of the man with tit the koe hoeThe koeThe koeThe
The battle that has been fought from fromtownship frolDtownship fromtownship
township te t township beginning be5tI in the thecast tMasl ti tieast
cast < asl part of Oklahoma and becoming becomingfiercer beeOlldn beeOlldnftrcer becomingfiercer
fiercer as Ute line II lIi of Texas was ap approached approached apiproached ¬
proached has not been all bloodless bI04MlI but butit butIt butIt
it has beea ia the main a struggle of ofnumbers ofnumbfrtI oZnumbers
numbers of o poor people poe against a few fewmen fewmen fewmen
men with wealth aad a desire to re retain retain relain ¬
tain their longheld J 1tekl pasture privilege of ofGovernment orGovernmeAt ofGovernment
Government land llUtds There Titer ha has always alwaysbeen iwyslen
been a sentiment GUt among alll A the beat posted postedOklahoma poatedOklahoma postedOklahomn
Oklahoma settlers that the th short shortgrass skortgrass hort hortgrasa
grass country comprising cOlDprtIA tbe west half halfof hal halor halfof
of the Territory Territor is uantted for the grow growing growIng growthg ¬
ing of crops cro but is I useful only GAl as a agrazing agrazlnl agrazing
grazing country countr The homesteader who whorame whorame ho hoame
rame in too tO late to acquire farm far farnm la the thefertile tMIrtlle thefertll
fertile lands of the eastern range of ofcounties oroun ofiountes
counties oun tin were true pioneers They were werewilling werftl1IiUl werewilling
willing l1IiUl to experiment pert with the short shortgrass hort hortgra ort ortgrau
grass gra and they nled homestead claims claimsin elalmin eIainpIn
in thu range R8e country The Ti cattlemen cattlemenmooted catUnrf cattlemenresnt
rf resnt mooted > nted the Ut intrusion and the trouble troublek troublekept
k kept > pt up all along 1 loeg the line ha until now nowthpro nowt northor
thor t hpr is J very little UtU land left In Okla Oklahoma OklAhomathat Okiahorns ¬
horns homathat that Is not sot ot labeled Uao no thorough thoroughfare tborouahfare thoroughfare ¬
fare to tbe ti farmer farmerA farDlerA farmerA
A Big g Victory VictoiyPerhaps VictoryIerhare VictoryPerhaps
Perhaps the greatest struggle trug le that the
settlers 8 tt1 < rs ia 5 the west t of Oklahoma had la latheir I Ithle Isthlr
their winning was ra hi Roger Mills Xnl eeuaty
This is one of the counties that border borderon I Ion
on Texas T < xa There tbe settlers bad the theproposition theproposlUoJl theproposition
proposition of an actively adverse adversecounty adversecounty 8IN
county government to contend with to tegethcr tofteth together
gethcr fteth r with an II organised orgaaae an a hostile hostileclement hostileeleznrxzt I I1fID
clement > 1fID nt of cattlemen and nd cowboys The Thesuccess TbeIiUCfS TheUCCEss
success of the farmer depended upon his hisability hlaability hisnblllty
ability to secure Ute adoption of the thehrd thehrcl thebmrd
hrd law la a local option arrangement arrangementby
by which the t e people of er rD any subdivides suMrvlstonof bdtnalOft bdtnalOfto
of o a county might at say y whether the cat cattle catf cattie ¬
tie f IE in that section should be b controlled controlledand COD controlledand trolled trolledand
and herded herded off the crops ero or allowed free freerange freerangE freerange
range which meant IlNaDt m ant destruction deat 4estrucU Uoa of the thecrops therope I
crops rope The election on the herd law lawproposition lawproposition I Ipropositioa
proposition had to be called as a a result resultf resultof I
i of f a majority of the S IsjhaMtaat aWtaDts ef the thebubdivlslon thebubdhlalOII thebIbdIvIsIon
bubdivlslon petitioning petitio for Ole same sameThere sameThere
There was always alwa Iwys something tbe mat mattor mattr justilr I
tor with the petition when it was wa presented pre proseated ¬
seated to the county judge Then ajjy ajjyyr aJr aJryr aJfrXyer j
yr yr r was Ll employed to draft the pfnon pfnonthe p9bnthe n nthe
the lawyer had to be brought from a ahundred ahndred abndred
hundred mile to the east in I order to toget toet toget
get et one ne who wh would do the right thing thl by byih byiii
ih 1bt < > homesteaders bollieatead homatesderssnd sad a petition petltl n was wasframed wa waframtd wasframed
framed that could not be denied The Thefirxt TheftrJllt Theltrt
firxt election elecU II s for Roger R er Mills MIU county was wastalled wa waallE wascalled
called allE That was two years ago 0 The TheSaturday T1teSaturday TheSattrday
Saturday before the Tuesday T Tus r upon tOR which whichthe whichthe hlch
the 1 he vote was w to be taken tbe cowmen cowmensecured cowmeaspcured cOwmensecured
secured an Infraction and the election electionwas eleetlonas
was as restrained restr bte4 That ended the at attempt attempt attempt ¬
tempt at that time Tn The situation be ne
came ame one of sleeplea alpl sights 2 ht and days daysThe daysof daysof
of toll for the man with a growing < crop cropThe cropThe
The crops had been planted in faith that tbatth thattb
the th election would be held It wan wanknown waftknown wa waknown
known that the U plOpMtd proposition would carry carryby earryty carryty
ty a vote of 9 to 1 It was a time when wbenrattle wh whenrattle
rattle 18 t t Ie were wre mysterioooty killed kiU and andhomesteaders andhontrsteader nd ndhObl
homesteaders hObl ste4 suddenly packed their ef efffcts efINtS offcc
ffcts fcc I g In a prairie It1O schooner and drove droveout droveout droveout
out of the country coua Sentiment sad the theneoebslty theDe theBecebsity
neoebslty De < eloSlt for doing something eOIlag however howevercaused howeveraused howevertaused
caused the people on the farms tar to get getdose getdose getclose
dose together t Ur The result of the com coming OOJDjnlt corning ¬
ing together was w the formation of r the themost Utemost themost
most peculiar secret society aoel < 7 la the whole wholeSouthwest wlaoleSouthwest wholeSouthwest
Southwest SouthwestSocret
Secret Society SodatyAbout SocietyAbout SocietyAbout
About the Um Ue of O the failed fAtl election electiona
a music teaeber fr from Atchison hIoR Kaa Kaafled KalaflNt Kasfled
fled on a goodlooking quartersection quartersectionof
of Roger Ro < er Mills county land ad and went to to11ve tolive
live in a dugout there tiler and ad started to tofarm tofarm tofarm
farm He n considered the ea cause of r the thehomesteader tltehom thehomesteader
homesteader hom aader and looked the situation altUOGOVPI vituatIo vituatIoonr
over Then Th lie bean began a the formation of ofa ora ofa
a secret oathbound aad carefully carefullyguarded carefullylarded carefullygiarded
guarded larded orgaaisattoa e e western Ofcla Oklahoma O5i O5ihorns
homa farmer 1 The order is called the theFarmers tbellarmer theFarmecs
Farmers Protective v Association allOdat and andand andarnl nd ndand
and has now at the am e a of one year yearm a amembership amembership
membership m mbforbtp of more or than tb Z 2Ot farmers farmersof
of the t hft western part of the Territory Territoryof
of Oklahoma Oklaho The order or n has a set of ofsigns oCfllrIJS ofr1ps
signs grips ripe sod words sad moots once oncea 0 0a
a month la twenty or more different differentlodjco dlJerftDtlodK dilferestlod
lodjco lodjcoThe lodKTh lod gc gcTli
The Tli lode lodges ef r the Farmers Protec Protective ProteetiYe protctiYc ¬
tive Association AsltOClatt orvaniiod ae by b the U raw rawc rawIIiI rawct
c IIiI i kind of aa a amateur farmer have havebeen Myebt havebeen
been bt > n tbe canoe ef the cattlemen eatt1e quit quitting iiulttint nlt nlttln ¬
ting tln the Government lands of Oklahoma OklahomaTher OklallomaThfrt OklahomaThere
There < are DOW pastures that are a made madeup Jaadeup ade adeup
up of many homestead fltlamt JIIIIIII 1atho t the < m mployts JaJlOYM mlOY
ployts lOY of the cowmen eowaaeaall ail bunched for forthe torth forthe
the th purposes urpo of making a large Jar area areabut arMbut areabut
but the pastures r are now eased sad aadih sadih t tI
I ih h farmer has the benefit b lleftt of the tlM open openunUinturbed 0 0un1i openvnhturbed
unUinturbed un1i turbed by cattle It Is I all due to tothr toth toIht
thr th organisation oraaall of tile secret lMe1ettbat erdor erdorthat rdr rdrthat
that made tile lah Influence of the farmer farmerfelt tanDerf farmerfelt
felt f 1t not only oa7 by the cattlemen catU but butt butIy
t Iy > y Y the men who w e knew thai their ten tenure teaur tenur ¬
ure ur in once depended de tines u getting ptUa tbe tbevotea tbeToteM thevotes
ToteM of the U people The farmers of ofOklahoma DCOklahoma ofOklahoma
Oklahoma who have gone into the secret secretorder Htretlrd1 secretnrdr
order to save ye their horns homes and make lARk the thebuilding tltebUlhHn th thbuilding
building bUlhHn < of thorn tk on o a scale in n keeping keepingwith k kitb hoe4ngwith
with itb the pooafbillties po fblllU of the th situation situationhave situationhave situationhave
have become beco a great power la the poll politic peUtics polltics ¬
tic tics of the tit Tttrrttacr aa a a resit result t of their theirorganisation LMJrorcalutloa theirurganizatlon
organisation They hej aaaort however howeverthat JIeoeertlat howevertht
that tlat they th have hay no mlaaloa aav sari the tberights tlMrlshta therights
rights of the 1hIIIIllti hoiNosaa4or to protection protectionin nKeetI nKeetIIn
in hIs hI claim and kes OTOMT er erit
Now Buried Obscurely at atFcot atFeat atFcot
Fcot of Calendar CalendarThe
The radical Republican members of ofIhe orthe ofthe
the Senate Judiciary Judlelar Committee CommfUeonamo CommfUeonamoI name namely ¬
ly I Senator Hear Nelson am anti MeCo McCoa MeCoJDMltjoined MeComaeJoined
JDMltjoined a Joined hand lIand8 with the live Demo Democratic Denlocrath Democratic ¬
cratic members of the th committee and awlvoted andvoted andvoted
voted S to 6 to report the Uttlofleld UttlofleldIrUBtbosler 1 Littlelieldtruetbuster ItUlfteldlruMbtaater
IrUBtbosler hack to the Senate with withthe withtile withthe
the recommendation that It pass This Thisaction ThisanlOA Thisaction
action was discouraged dilleour ed by the Republi Republican Repul11can Republican ¬
can leaders ld rtI in the Senate and the state statement atat atatMeltt statestoat ¬
stoat issued last night by b Attorney Gen General Gfneral Cenoral ¬
eral Knox that the trust legislation l ilaUon al already alr 1 1ready ¬
ready r ad enacted into law wa was satisfactory satisfactoryto Usractoryto
to the Administration likewise lIk wl e had no noeffect noelreel nokect
effect kect upon them themThe themThe themThe
The result of their labors however howeverwill how howeverwill r rnl
will nl take tak UH ft pleo on the Senate calen calendar calendar calendar ¬
dar at the foot of the long list of bills billsthere bU1thero billsthere
there to remain until Congress s expires expiresMr expiresII expiresMr
Mr Llttleneld will scarcely carcel > recog recognise rCC recogsue K Kalae ¬
sue his bill so severely has the Senat Senatecommittee Senateoaunlttee Senatcommittee
committee dealt with it Not a single singleIMICUOR
section has passed ed untouched With the theWe theidea
idea We of supplementing the antitrust antitrustlaws antltru antitrustlaws t tla
laws la 8 just enacted the committee has basekaRpd
changed the Hr lral l section of the bill iO iOto o oas oas
as to Include the Department of Com Commeree ComJltere Cornmerceand
meree merceand and Labor in the case of ordinary ordinarycorporations ordinaryeorporaUona ordinarycorporations
corporations as well as the Interstate InterstateCommerce lzateratatcCommerce interstateCommerce
Commerce Commission In the ease of ofeOIlUIlOR ofcommon
common carriers and provides that thatheaver thatwhenever
whenever either shall deem de it desirable desirableto
to inquire whether hetber any corporation en engaged enPKed engaged ¬
gaged in interstate or foreign commerce commercebaa commercehas
has restrained rntralMt or monopolised or at attempted attpled attempted ¬
tempted such trade or commerce It Itshall Itallan Itshall
shall require such corporation to file fileia mela fileis
ia addition to those e required by the De Department Department Dopartment ¬
partment ef Commerce Colltm rce law the th return returnprescribed returnprescribed
prescribed by b the Lillleneld LilUe eld bill 111 as to tocapital toeapilal tocapitol I
capital stock issued and 00 outstanding outstandingpaid outJItanlIMpaid outstandingpaid <
paid in ia i cash or property if the lat latter 1sttsr ¬
ter It Its value Alue earning < capacity cap dt etc etcSection oteSection etcSection
Section 5 which prohibits rebates is isstricken s sstricken
stricken out that having havin been covered coveredin coer coveredin d diu
in the I Klkln8 lklns bill billBOOM billBOOM billBOOM 1
Streets To Be Improved and Town Hall HallBuilt HallBuilt HallBuilt
HYATTSVILLE HY A TTSVILLn Md ld Feb 17 17Rlver 17Rlverdll1 1TRiverdSle River Riverdale
dale dll1 adjoining this place has a prospect prospectfor prospectfor prospectfor
for a boom in the immediate future Jo Joeph Joseph j jseph
seph eph A Blundon lundo who has satisfactorily satisfactorilymanaged satisfactorilyJDAna satisfactorilymanaged
managed JDAna d for the Rlverdale Park Im Improvement Improcment Improvement ¬
provement Company until now cannot
give his hi whole time to the business as he heis b bi8
is 1 now required by the lately reorgan reorganized reorganI reorgancompany ¬
ized I company and In consequence E KBenjamin EBenjamlo EBenjamin
Benjamin of Newark N K J who has haespent baeat hasspent
spent at several veral years In the successful successfuldevelopment succesefuldevelopment
I development of suburban towns has been beenappointed beenappointed beenappointed
appointed In Mr r Blundons stead steadMr at steadMr d
Mr 11 Benjamin is attiag iUI up a residence residencefor rW9ncofor residencefor
for bimsalf klDUlelr htmae and family famil and states atat that thatwork thatork thatwork
work ork will UJ begin as soon a a aa the woathe woathepermits woathelpermlta woathapermits >
permits As A outlined by b him this years yearsplans year yeartJaa yearsplns
tJaa plans include eleven atile miles of grano granolithic granoIllhie granDlithic ¬
lithic lithic sidewalk the graveling of all the thestreets thestreets thestreets
streets the erection of twenty tWODt handsome handsomecottages haJH1 handsomecottages ome omecOUgo
cottages a town hall and a gymnasium gymnasiumRlverdale ynmalumRhrclale gymnasiumRiverdale
Rlverdale has the advantage of wide widestraight wIdetralaM widestraight
straight streets and many pretty prell rest residences 101de restdeacon ¬
deacon de en but If half the promised work workis workIs workIs
is accomplished the beauty beaut of the vii village vllwill vii1g ¬
lage 1g will be very much enhanced and andperhaps andperlMts andperhaps
perhaps so much ucll public ublle spirit will be beinfused beIntMd beInfused
infused Into the U Inhabitants that they theywill theywill theywill
will ask for the th privilege of becoming becominga
a part of HyattsvUIe In order to sain sam the theadvantage thege theadvantage
advantage ge of our r excellent lIent public water
supply supplyJURIES PpJ7 PpJ7JURIES
JlOCKVILLs Md Id Feb f b IT 1 17Late Late Latetenlay yes yesterday yesterday ¬
terday afternoon Judge Jam James s B Hen Henderson Header8CHI Henderson ¬
derson drew dre the following to serve rv as asjurors asJurors asjurors
jurors for the March term of the cir circuit circuit dr drcult ¬
cuit court for this county countyFirst count7Flral countyFirst
First district dl8trictArtemus Artemus R R Orifflth OrifflthWilliam OrimthWIlUam OriflithWilliam
William H Kimball SHsha Riggs RiggsSecond RiggsSecond I ISecond
Second district dttrietJUehard Richard A Bennett BennettWilliam DeanettWlmm BennettWilliam
William N K Soper Randolph H Windsor WindsorThird WlncleorThird WindsorThird
Third district dl districtJames trlctJaJltea James B Elgin Daniel DanielW DanielMoriliaplar DanIelv
W v Morniagstar Norman Woottea WootteaJames WoottooJeJltetl WootteaJames
James T Trundle TrundleFourth Trutllefourth TrundleFourth
Fourth district dltitrletCJalrbor Clairborae H Man Manner Maonero Manncr ¬
ncr nero James Ja C Bean Doa James E Thompson ThompsonJohn TbompeonJobo ThompsonJohn
John H Harrl Resort J Ishorwood IshorwoodJoseph lahorwoodJph IshurwoodJoseph
Joseph K GIllls GIlllsFifth Glm GlmP1fU GliDesFifth
Fifth district dltrietJoN Joha M Bryn Jr Ben Benjamin DnaJl Benjamin ¬
jamin aJl B H Kelley William I1U18 P Walters WaltersIsaac WaitersIsaac 11 Jtou JtouJ
Isaac J Moore MooreSixth MoortitSixth MooreSixth
Sixth district IttrletHarrison Harrison G Ward Jo Joseph JoHph Joseph ¬
seph H Lewis George S L McCormick McCormiekSeventh IcConnlckSInmth McCormickSeventh
Seventh district dltrletJaIUM James L I Morrison MorrisonJacob MorrlNnaeob MerriesoJacob
Jacob aeob L Kefaurer Clarence S Urgent UrgentWghth lCrstJIIghth Itriesatghth
Wghth ghth district districtA A Alba 1 baa Brooke rDOke Francis FrancisM PraDClI
M Hallowell Nicholas NIchol H Ward Ed Edward dwucl Bdward ¬
ward W Owen OwenNinth OweDNinth OwenNinth
Ninth district dlatrletDnae Bruce C Hesklasoa HesklasoaJames H lIonklasosJames klDltOa klDltOaI
James I K Walker alireI George Oeor A Gloyd John JohnT JohnT JohnT
T Bnxtoa BnxtoaTenth BuxtORTuJt BuxtoaTenth
Tenth district districtFrAnkl Franklin R W Col Collin Col1ID Co1lies
lin lies Frank P Stone John Jo C Myers MyersKleveath Myers8Ieth MyersIeventh
Kleveath district dltrlcBeaJamh Benjamin F Hilton HiltonRichard HlltoBRicherd IliltonRichard
Richard B Darby Lewis L Bellman BellmanTwelfth SellllUlTwelfth SellisasTwelfth
Twelfth district dltrletOefJrp George W Burns BurnsDarius Dura DuraDarIus BurnsDarius
Darius F Watkins Basil B Boyer BoyerThirteenth Boy BoyTldrteeU IisysrThirteenth
Thirteenth district dlatrietJame JamcN W Barnes OarneChart Da DaCIIartft BarnesCharles
Chart Charles Kabbltt Resin R ln W Hardest HardestJoel HrdesC7 HrdesC7J04tI l4ardestyJoel
Joel H Wolfe Charles Curl S Nichols NicholsDEBUTANTES NicholsDEBUTANTES le1toIs le1toIsDEBUTANTES
LONDON Feb 17 17IlIa 17It It Is announced announcedthat aJUtOUftcedthat announcedthat
I that the th official entertainment during duringtbe durinetile duringthe
tile coming coml season woa will Include two twocourts twoec twocourUi
courts ec nrta which will 11I be held In i the even evening even1ft eventag ¬
tag < A different Qi rC Dt > list of names will be beselected DeIe beselected
selected Ie < ted this tbl year front last lastPreference laatPrer lastPreferencc
Prer Preference < rfl1 will be given Kh ft to t n women womenwith womenwith womenwith
with daughters dau lltrr8 to prefect prf oect Till Tillbto This has hasbeen hasbee
been bto bee agreed r ed upon because last year a anumber aDumber anumber
number of debutantes could not be pre presented preHnl proscntsd ¬
sented Hnl owing to lack of space INIC t The rule rulethat rulethat rulethat
that no one on shall attend Ue more than once oncein onceIn oncein
in three years y ar will be b enforced
Hyattsville Powerhouse PowerhouseWork P PowerhouseWork werhoulIC werhoulICork
Work ork on the new ft SS4M0 powerhouse powerheuteerecting pow powerhousecrecting rbeuIe rbeuIeerecting
erecting at Hvattaville for tho Wash Washington WashIngton ash ashIngton ¬
ington Baltimore and Annapolis Rail Railway Railway Railway ¬
way Is progressing as rapidly aR th thweather theatber the theweather
weather eatber will permit It is purposed purpo etl to tohave tohavt tohv
have hv the building buldin ready for occupancy occupancyby oceupancby occupancyby
by October 1 1 AH the necessary neeer ma machinery maehiflry maehittery ¬
chinery be been ordered ord rtd and will willroady be beready beready
ready it Is stated before the building buildingwill buildingwill buildingwill
will be b in ghappe to receive It A Acontract Acontact Acofltact
contract for building the superstructure superstructurewan
wan A awarded at Annapolis last Wednes Wednesday Veiineaday OdflOC OdflOCday ¬
day This powerhouse will furnish power powerfor powtrfor powerfor
for the operation of the Washington WashingtonBaltimore WashingtonBaltimore VashlngtonBaltimore
Baltimore And Annapolis Railway Railwa from fromChesapeake fromCheeape fromChesapeake
Chesapeake Cheeape < ke Junction to Baltimore with withthe withtlte withthe
the branch road from Odeaton to An Annapolis Annpan Annapolis ¬
napolis as s well as A for the Washington WashingtonUerwyu Washingtonilerwyit aahIRston aahIRstonUenll
Uerwyu and Laurel Klectric Railway Railwayfrom RaUw RaUwfrom Railwayfrom
from Berwya to Laurel now operated operatedby operatedb operatedby
by b the Cltyand Suburban road roadInspecting roadInspecting roadInspecting
Inspecting Southern Roads RoadsA
A party of Baltlmoreaas Interested In InSouthern I ISouthrn hiSouthern
Southern railway rllwa mining minlR and 541 electrfc electrfclllrhttnl electrclighting
lighting properties passed I I through throughWashington throulhaehington throughVaslungtoii
Washington yesterday afternoon on their theirway thatra theirway
way a home from a weeks eks tour of inspec inspectlon inspect inspeclion
lion t Ion The Th trip was a made mad In a private privatetr prhatr privateear
ear < tr r of the Seaboard Air Line Railway Railwayand RaUyand Rllwynd
and nd the Itinerary iUnrar included Savannah SavannahMacon SavaBnahIacon Savaana2Macon
Macon and Augusta Ga Palm Beach Beachami De Beachand ch chaoo
and Jacksonville Fia The party con consisted consited conslated ¬
sited of Eugene Eu ene Levering Gustavus GustavusOber Gustavt1IObert GustavusOber
Ober Obert H A Orrick A H Rntherfoord RntherfoordCharles RtttherfoordCharlea RutherfoordCharles
Charles A Martin of Baltimqre x xGov xGo xCoy
Coy Go Lloyd Lowndea of Cumberland CumberlandEppa CumberlaudEppa CumberiandEps
Eppa Hunton and R Lancaster Wil Williams ViI ViIllama 11 11lIamll ¬
llama of Richmond Va Members omber8 of ofthe t tthe ofthe
the party expressed aed themselves as a fav favorably fa faDrably facorably ¬
orably impressed impre with what hat they saw sawand HWaoo sawand
and the general prosperous conditions conditionsof condHlonI
of the South The railroads they saM saMare aai4are 11 11Are
I are doing < a big business The SeaboaiM SeaboaiMI S8tlOOIIXIs
I Is very much I 1Icil improved and developed developedand dvelolHtdaoo developedand
and is I said to be In a as good ood physical con condition condition eondiLlon ¬
dition as any other Southern road roadTo roadTo roadTo
To Parallel the Wabash WabashA
A dispatch from Toledo Ohio says saysA 011A saysA
A Toledo representative of the Clover CloverLeaf CloyrLeal CloverLeaf
Leaf Railroad who is 1 securing option optionon OptiORIlon
on a strip of property through the heart heartof heartof heartof
of the city is authority for or the state statement abltemont stateIDeaL ¬
mont that it is J the intention of the theClover theClover theClover
Clover Leaf to build a cross town tow line linehere lineIere linelere
here paralleling the new line projected projectedby project d dby
by b the Wabash Waba lt The Walnum r < absuh h deal has hasprogressed hasprogr0ti6ed hasprogressed
progressed so far that nearly all the theproperty tb tbproperty theproperty
property owners have ba been bee settled tUed with withand withand th thaod
and the wholesale condemnation case casemay caaetimay casesmay
may be dropped as being helD unnecessary unnecessaryThe unnryThe unnecearyThe
The company has h asked ked the school board boardto boardto boardto
to erase cra one on of the largest lar etlt school build buildings bulldInga buildings ¬
ings in the city as a it lies 11 directly ia iathe iothe Inthe
the right of way ay
Excess Baggage Rates RatesA
A number of Western restera raUa railways in I the theWestern theVestern theWestern
Western Transportation Tra nsportation Bureau have havebegun baebegtin havebegun
begun to agitate for or a minimum charge chargeon
on excess exce baggage of 36 Z cents and the theTrunk lheTrunk theTrunk
Trunk Line Association will probably probablytake probablytake probablytake
take some action at its next meeting meetingThe m meetingThe U UThe
The Western road roads will wnlpllt put a new rule ralemaking rillemaking rulemaking
making thin thi charge Into practice alter afterMarch alterMarch alterMarch
March 1 and from the Western Ye terD associa association a associxtion ttoclatlon ¬
tion comes the proposal to make the therule th thrule thorule
rule general throughout the country countryThe countr countrThe countryThe
The adoption of the rule 1111 will 111 cause a amaximum amaximum amaximum
maximum advance of 10 I cents a hundred hundredpounds hundredOund hundredpounds
pounds excess oxc when the fare is loss lossthan 10Mthan lossthan
than 126 and 5 cents < when heD the fare is isabove IEaboe isabove
above 196 196Some 1 1Some 155Some
Some of the Eastern managers ers believe believethat beHevethat believethat
that conditions ea R certain certal ef 8rtheir their roads roadsdo roadsdo roadsdo
do not warrant the th change changeFrom ehaqe1oront changeFrom
From 1oront some of the th Western roads roadscome roacl roaclcom roadscomes
come com comes also al the proposition that a gen general gooeral gonoral ¬
eral rule be adopted as to time limits limitson lImitaon limitson
on passenger tickets Among the sug suggestions suglio suggestions ¬
gestions lio Is I one that all railroads agree agreewhether agre8whether agreewhether
whether the date ate of issuance of the theticket tlteticket theticket
ticket shall or shall not ceuat a as one of ofthe orthe ofthe
the days to which hieh the tb use of the ticket ticketis tlekeI tick tickis
is I limited limitedAdmitted IhuitedAdmitted limitedAdmitted
Admitted to the Bar BarD BrD BarD
D C Whitaker Vhltak ticket Uck t agent for tho thoNorfolk thoorfotk theNorfolk
Norfolk orfotk and Western eatern Railroad and as assistant assistant assistant ¬
sistant to E J 1 Lockwood the omcient omcientdistrict oftteietatdltrict ecfeistdistrict
district passenger agent of the same line linein 1100ia lineIa
ia this city has beerf e admitted to the thebar thebar
bar but will retain his hi present pHI positions posttloos ¬
tions UO for a time He is I a hard worker workerand workeraad workerand
and has It proven himself invaluable to totbe tothe tothe
the road by b which he is employed employedRoadway emploYedRoadway employedRoadway
Roadway Inundated InundatedA
A dispatch to The Times ThR frem Mor Morgantowit Morgantown Ior Iorpntown
gantowit W V r Va states stat a flood oofl there thereyesterday thereye thereyesterday
yesterday ye afternoon and last night In Inundated Inundated inundated ¬
undated the properties of the Morgan Morgantown MorgAntuwlI Morgantown
town and Kingwood Railroad owned by bySenator bySenator bySenator
Senator Klkias J lklas and damaged the road roadgreatly roadgreaUy roadgreatly
greatly Deckers Creek which paral parallels paralIe parallois ¬
lois Ie the railroad track for several veral miles milesJAMES milesJAMES milesJAMES
The Duties of Citizenship was wa the thesubject the8tl thesubject
subject 8tl jet of an address by the Hon Jajnes JajnesR
It Garfield Civil Service Commis Commissioner CommlsIouer Commisstoner ¬
stoner at the Riga House last even veninr eveninrMr veninrr Inn InnMr
Mr r Garneld said Id the three qualities qulttl es essential IIHnUal cesential ¬
sential for good citizenship were re intelli intelligence iotemgenoe intelligence ¬
gence industry and moral character In Inthe Intbe Inthe
the course of his address Mr 11 GarMeld GarMeldpaid Garleldpaid Garheldpaid
paid nigh tribute to womans influence influenceon Influenceon
on society societyMusical soclelyMusleal societyMusical
Musical numbers were eN contributed by byMrs byMrs
Mrs 11 C S Hyer MUM Xi Edna Deter Miss MissMay Isslay MissMay
May Farrow Parro Miss MI Lily LlI Baler and d Mis MisJulia 111 111JuUa Misi MisiJulia
Julia McMillan and recitations by byMessrs b bMUN byMessrs
Messrs H Selah and D B Perry PerryThe IerryThe PerryThe
The officers of the Unity Club are arepresident arepro re represident
president pro klent L H Patterson vice Ice presi president prldent preetdent ¬
dent Dr J I A V Dickinson treasurer treasurerFillmore trtrerDillmor treasurerFillmore
Fillmore Harrison and nd recording reeordln secre secretary secretary eere eeretarT ¬
tary H P 1 Ilolden IloldenPLAGUE HoldenPLAGUE bides bidesPLAGUE
LONDON Feb 17 17A A dispatch from fromPalma fromPalma rein reinPalrn
Palma Canary Islands says ya the Italian Italianbark UUanbArk Italianbark
bark iris lri Captain Conftigllere Con lcllere from Pe Pesacola Pen Pensitcom
sitcom 40 for Marseilles has ha arrived rrlvcll there therewith th therewith re rewith
with several veral suspected cases C8 e of bubonic bubonicplague buhonicplague
plague plA ue Two of the crew died on the thevoyage theV07a thevoyage
voyage V07a
C CASTORJAFaaadc A S T O R I A F r Wa teaid Oaorea Boars the thene
KfnTY e i Sliuaturo Sliuaturoa Cii 1 I
1 ne TheKind Kind You u Have Always Bought BlenTTO I I 1
< a
overflowed its It banks and washed away awaymuch awaynmch avaymuch
much of o the ballast b llast and several small smallbridge IImaUbrlelH smallbridges
bridge The West W t Virginia Coal and andCoke andCoke andCoke
Coke Company In which Senator El Elking Elkins Elkine
king Is i interested was wa also extensively extensivelydamaged oxteD81Y81ydamaed extensivelydamaged
damaged damagedChanges damaedChanges damagedChanges
Changes in Lehigh Valley ValleyThe ValleyThe ValleyThe
The board of directors of the Lehlgh LehlghValley LoIIIKhVIIf LehighValley
Valley VIIf Railroad will today hold It Itmonthly Its Itanlc Itsincrthly
monthly nlc > nthlY meeting at which the organize organization OrIlAnIZtlli organizetion ¬
tion li n a portion of which was referred to toa toIl toa
a committee of directors will be com completed COIIIr1t1 coinPitted ¬
Pitted r1t1 t d At the organization meetings of ofLoth ofLoth oftoth
Loth the railroad and coal companies ia iaJanuary iaJanuar InJanuary
January Januar the position of secretary and andtreasurer altfJteallurer andtreasurer
treasurer of both companies were held heldopen heldolJtm heldopen
open the old Incumbents holding over overreeding Oerrc overictdlng
reeding rc dtng the completion of the organiza organizations orB8olzRt orgnnlzaUrns ¬
Urns tionsIt t UrnsIt tcnll tcnllII
It was rumored yesterday e terdll that among amongthe amonethe amongthe
the changes chan contemplated will In be the theretirement tll9rctlrenent therc
retirement rc on ona a pension of John R Fan FanKhawo Fantc Faaaikawo
Khawo tc awe the secretary of the railroad railroadcompany railroadcompany railroadcompany
company Mr Fanshawe has been Ides identifier IdeHtIne Idestitlei ¬
tIne with the Lehigh Valley alley Railroad Railroadfor RaIJr08ctfor Railroador
for or many years C1rt1 Aa a boy he entered enteredthe enteredtho enteredthe
the service of the Beaver Meadow Coal CoalCcmpany CQICcmpany Con ConCcntpany
Ccmpany which was subsequently ab absorbed abfiorbed absorbed ¬
sorbed by the Lehigh Valley and later laterou lateron lateroil
ou became secretary of the railroad com company QomIpny cornpdny ¬
pany remaining in that position for formore formore formore
more than thirty years yearsL yearsL oan oanL
L C N Company Report ReportThe ReportThe ReportThe
The eightysecond elfi htlIecond annual report of the theboard thebo theboard
board bo rd of managers of the Lehigh Coal Coaland Coaland Coaland
and Navigation Company Com pan showing abo1n the theoperations th thoperations theoperations
operations of o the company for 1092 utImacle 1fO was wasmade wasmade
made public yesterday ye terday The Th revenue revenuefrom renuefrom revenuefrom
from all sources amounted to 2363019 2363019Out 2353010Out S353 99 99Out
Out of that was paid for general eneral ex expense expn cxponies ¬
ponies pn rentals r ntala taxes and interest interest354SiH Inter05tJ interesti354t
J i354t 354SiH > leaving lea vtn surplus earnings of ofJ ofJt5Sii04 ofh9S3O4
Jt5Sii04 J 9SS4N After deducting a sinking fund fundcharge fundeharge fundcharge
charge of S cents per pe ton on 972712 j2 12 tons tonsof GUllor tonsof
of coa amounting to 18630 there re remained remained remained ¬
mained a not surplus of 949868 Extra Bxtraordlcary Extraordinary ExtraordIzary
ordinary expenditure of I222SK 22U incurred incurredin
in repairing damage caused by tho flood floodof ooclof floodof
of February Fehr ary SS 1M2 11O on the Lehigh and andDelaware andDelaarc andDelaware
Delaware division canals left a balance balanceof balaneeof balanceof
of 727810 from which hi b wore paid two twodividends twodIvidends twodividends
dividends amounting to 717382 1733 leaving leavinga
a balance of 1117 77 which was placed to tolw toM tohe
lw credit of profit and loss lossThe 108The lossThe
The gross receipts of the Lehigh and andSusquehanna aadulquebaDna andusquehauna
Susquehanna Railroad the companys companyscreatosi complUlYsIteat1l compazysgreatest
greatest source otrevenue were 1741 1741t
t 1 a decrease of 1010170 as compared comparedwith comparedwith comparedwith
with IDOl This decrease was entirely entirelythe ontlrolythe ontirolythe
the result of the anthracite coal strike strikesethe strikee strikeethe
sethe e Ute revenue from freight express expro and andpaMenger aatlpttNIeaser andpossessor
possessor traffic increased 46S01 4 L101 while whilethat whnethat whilethat
that from coal traffic decreased MC4 14 4
12 11The 122The
The Westfield Accident
Beyond expressing themselves thomaelYoaGaneral thomaelYoaGaneralIy general
ly well satisfied with the verdict of the thecoroners thecoroner
coroners Jury on the Weatneld estfteld aoeident aoeidentReading
Reading officials declined yesterday to tocomment
comment on the verdict The socalled socalledmass aoaalledIDIUIfJ called
mass meeting of Reading locomotive en GOIneera
gingers Ineera to be held to protest agaipat a t the lheverfllct
verdict which laid the blame upon the tJUtclead
dead engineer on the ground that c cgine tin 011Kine tinglue
glue No o 27 was defective and that tho thoMealJl
escaping MealJl g steam prevonted him from tromlJeeing
seeing the signals is apparently not sir 1 1lug
lug the officials any concern CDoerEvery
Every Eve opportunity they contend wa was wasgiven >
given 1 en the coroners Jury to and out the thecondition th thCODdIUon thecondition I
condition of engine No 37 prior to the tbea
accident a < ldellt and if such euqit a condition of af artails a
fairs existed as charged they claim claimthe
the Jury would probably have taken some som somcognluDce
cognizance of it ItC itC
C 0 Summer Folder FolderW Folderr FolderW
W r H Grcegor general agent of the thepassenger thaINUNJ9ner thepaseonger
passenger department of the Chesapeake Chesapeakeand CpeaJceand
and Ohio Railway Is I busily engaged ea e4 in inthe inlhe Snthe
the preparation of a auuuner 8U mer folder that thatwill tltatin thatwill
will in be one of the handsomest ever Is Issued h hu hisued ¬
sued u by that road It will embody soy several soyoral ev everal ¬
eral features never before made use of ofin oCin ofin
in this section of the country and aD aDacldilhm andaddition < K Kaddltian
addition will give much valuable Infer Information JalormetJon Infermation ¬
mation concerning cone rnlng the th resort along alongthatplcturesque alolt aloltthat alongthatplcturesque
thatplcturesque that plctureaque line lineWill lineWiJI lineWill
Will Order New Engines En ines and Cars CarsIn CarsIn CarsIn
In anticipation of an increase in the thecoal thecoal J Jcoal
coal carrying business of the Chesapeake Chesapeakeand cn9118peakeaad Chesapeakeand
and Ohio Railway occasioned by the therapid therapid therapid
rapid development of the West Veet Virginia Virginiafields Ylrglntaft Virginiafleldi
fields ft ldll that line will 111 shortly place an aaorder anorder anorder
order for a large number of locomo locomotives locOlnoUyea loconiatives ¬
tives and cars In the Cabin Creek and andCoal aadCoal andCoal
Coal River districts di trictA of the Kanawha KanawhaMelds Kanawhaelds Kanawhafields
Melds elds alone over flftOofltM 18M16O is now be being beig belag ¬
lag expended in the opening up of new newmines ne neThe newmimic
mines The probable output oC this die district di ditrlclls dietrieS ¬
trieS trlclls is estimated at 450000 tens a year yearwhich yearI yearwhich
which would ould show how a gross sro I Increase ef efenrninss oreRrnlngs ofearnings
I earnings for the road of over JStOfl8Oi JStOfl8OiThe 5100 5100I L000NSThe
I The Improvements tmprovtm nl will be completed by bythe b1lbe bythe
the early fall fallKAISER fallI tallKAISER
LONDON Feb 17 17A A dispatch from fromBerlin trot trotBerlin trotsBerlin
Berlin says 8 the Kaiser has ha changed th thrjle tbIe the therule
rule Ie of etiquette as to the reception of ofnewly oCnewly ofnewly
newly appointed ambassador and nd other otherchefs otherchct otherchefs
chefs de mission missionHitherto miulonHitherto missionHitherto
Hitherto the ministers and members membersof mem M5 M5oC
of the court were not expected to make makei maketilA makethe
the i HA first visit to newly accredited am ambassadors alI1NuuNI am ambasasdore ¬
bassadors 1NuuNI OrB According to the new rule ot otth oCth of ofthe
the th Kaiser aier they tb > will be required in fu future f1lture a atore ¬
ture to call upon all diplomatists di dirretly dirtclly Li Lireetly
rretly after the latter have Ita been re received rehtd recehed ¬
ceived htd by the Kmperor KinperorThe KmperorTh KmperorThe
The Th rule was wa applied first in the case caseof caJoCof enacof
of M 1 Bihourd the new ne French ambassa ambassador am ainbassati ¬
ti < dor 01 to Germany GermanyA Germn GermnA
A Serious Mistake MistakeTo
To the average man It seems childish
to doctor do tor a cold and unless it becomes becomesparticularly becomelSprllularl becomesparticularly
particularly annoying to him little or orno orno orno
no attention is given it It Often a cold coldcontracted coldeontractt coldcontracted
contracted > d In the winter inter is allowed to torun lorun torun
run until the opening of o spring This is isa Ita
a grave rave mistake as even eve en though the thewarm theArm thewarm
warm Arm weather weth r may bring relief the sys system s systoss s stem ¬
tem is I thereby weakened and rendered renderedsuMceptlble renderedSUIleE renderedausc
suMceptlble SUIleE ptlble to disease dl ealH A cold should shouldnever 8houJdnever shouldmover
never be neglected whether it be a child childor childor childor
or an adult who is I afflicted as health and andoften sUldoften andoften
often life is risked A bottle of Chant ¬
berlains berlain Cough Rem Remar ay costing but a asmall aamaH
small amount will bring speedy tHJy relief renerand reliefand
and all dangerous consequences will be beavoided lHrAyolded ti tiavoided
avoided For sale by Honry Evans Eanwbol9lltlle Evanswholesale
wholesale and retail and all druggists drucsl ts
Indian Prince Pr nce Was Former FormerOwner FormerOwner FormerOwner
Owner of the KohiNoor KohiNoorNOW KohiNoorNOW
His H s Wealth at One Time Estimated at atiooocoooo atIoooeooooFirst atzooocooooFirst
iooocoooo IoooeooooFirst First Hindoo Who Ever EverMarried EverMarried EverMarried
Married a British Peeress PeeressA
A dewttndaat d enda1lt of the grand moguls who whoat whoat whoat
at one time were the rulers of all India Indiaa
a grandson of the ablest most mo l powerful powerfulmaharajah powerfulmaharajh powerfulmaharajah
maharajah who ho opposed the English BnI IsIa in intheir I Itbelr Intheir
their contest can lest of Hindoostan and whose whoseriches wh04ltricbes whoseriches
riches were fabulous fabulousthis this tht last of the themale theDlale themale
male line of the oldest proudest family familyof taan7or familyof
of India has been declared a bankrupt bankruptby bAnJcnptby
by the English courts courtsPrince courtaPrInce courtsPrince
Prince Victor Albert Jay Dhuloep DhuloepSingh QhuleepSIRlth DhuloepSiugh
Singh was wa the first Hindoo to wed ed aa aaEnglish a aZIt anEngilsb
English ZIt Uh peeress tl She was Lady Anne COY Coventry COYentry Coyentry ¬
entry the eldest daughter of the Earl of ofCoventry olCoventry ofCeveatry
Coventry Her brother Viscount Deer Deerhurst Deerhurat Deerhurst
hurst married Miss Virginia Bonynge Bonyngeafter DOIIngattor flonyngeafter
after he became be a bankrupt and h her hercouln hercousin r rcousin
cousin the tb Earl of Craven married the theonly thtitoly theonly
only daughter of Bradley Martin so soAmericans 1MAmericans soAmericans
Americans feel a personal interest in inthis Intbl inthis
this tbl Indian prince In addition to the theglamour theglamour theglamour
glamour and nd romance that history hltor has hascast 1tascaat bancast
cast about him and the fact that he once oncemade oncemade
I made a stir Ur in American society societyThe ItOcietyThe societyThe
The whirligig wbrll ig of time U aDd th the rapacity rapacityof
of the Bat India 10411 Company have taken takenfrom takenfrom takenrots
from rots this young man ma a heritage berita < e which whichwould whlekould whichwould
would ould have made him one of he he rich richmen richmen richmuon
men of the Ut earth Ills HI grandfather grandfatherKanjit grandratherRanjit grandfatherRanjit
Ranjit Singh left hundred of millions millionsEven millionsEven mlo mloEven
Even after his possessions potIIH were looted lootedby 100tooby lootedby
by some of the most enterprising eaterprl log and andskillful andskillful nd
skillful wholesale robbers rob e ra that ever drew drewbreath drewbreath
breath after his own followers and rOT roving rOTIB roylug ¬
lug IB adventurers to say nothing of a con conquering co coquerllllt conquering ¬
quering array rmy had carried off his bl stores storesof I Iof
of treasure there remained nearly llov 110 110I000000f I
100000 I000000f 00000 of personal property proportywbich which lch belong belonged beloD beloDed belongml ¬
ed to Ids little son lu addition to vast vastquantities vastquantities at atquantlU
quantities quantlU of precious stones the wos wonderful wosderful wosdorful ¬
derful KohiKor diamonds one of the themost u umlHJt themost
most famous Jewels in the world was wli a apart apart apart
part of his bl fortune fortuneUnable fortuDeUnable fortuneUnable
Unable to Pay His Debts DebtsBut DebtsBUI DebtsBut
But the legitimate l iUmate heir to all this thiswealth tillswealth thiswealth
wealth cannot pay hi ht debts The last lastof lutof lastof
of the line of the proudest family of the theproudest thQprovde theproudest
proudest t people that ever lived is a acommon acommon acommon
common bankrupt bankruptIt
It must mu t not be supposed from this that thatPrince UtRtPrlDee thatPrince
Prince Victor Dhuleep Singh is I wholly whollywithout who11ywithout whollywithout
without resources He H has an income of ofMOM eae
MOM ae a year allowed him by the Brit British BrftIsh Brith ¬
ish i s h government But he II declares that thatthis thatthis
t this his is I totally totan inadequate i to meet his hisnecessary blsnece hisecessary
necessary nece n ary expenses expe and so he is I com compelled eompelled coinolled ¬
p pelled p olled to seek the ti protection of the thecourts tHecoart5 theourts
c courts A bankrupt in England has ha ao aoenviable DOnYlable nonviable
enviable e position For Instance a abankrupt abankrutt aankrupt
j bankrupt b peer may ms net ot take hi his seat eat in inthe Inthe Inhe
t the he house bo of lord lords until all 11 his debts debtsare debtsare debtsre
a are a re paid paidPrlaee MIldPrl paidPrince
Prince Prl oe Victor refuses rer to feel ccl that t any anydisgrace a adisgrace angisgrace
ii disgrace d attaches to his beta being legally legallydeclared legallydeclared legallyeciareda
d declared d eciareda a bankrupt He says 8 that U Uthere Ittbere IChere
t there Is I any odium it should fall upon uponthe upoathe uponhe
t the he British government which whl h broke brokefaith brokefaith brakeaith
f faith with Itk his hi family familyIt
It is true that the late Queen made a aformal aformal aormal
f formal order that Prince Victors Eng English EnglIh Bagish ¬
i lish ish wife should have precedence over overall overaU overll
j all a ll duchesses ee of England Ensl at state func functions fUBClions funcions ¬
t lions ions which is l a tremendous honor but butthat buttbat buthat
t that hat doesnt pay bills bl11 A good many mall
1 1No
No Wine Sent Him Personally and a nd Only Four FourBot FourBotties Bot Bottles BottIes ¬
tIes for Meteor Christening >
MILWAUKBK Wis WI lL Feb 17 17The The as assertion asserllea assortlan ¬
sertion that former Ambassador Von VonHollewea V VHoI VonHollebon
Hollewea HoI Q911 wa was recalled recaJJ by emperor Wll WllHam WilHam
Ham because e ef complaints oewIplal mado to toPresident toPresident
President Pr nt Reeaevelt that the tit amaaawtfter amaaawtftercomplained phaasedercomplIned nfer
complained of Improper Influence JaJha to toobtain totat toobtain
obtain tat the use of a Gorman aw wto wine for th thchristening the thechristestug
ebrtateata christening of the Bmpererg IIMerorIteor yachtMeteor yacht yaskeMeteor
Meteor is explicitly xpllettJ dented by Cm G F P C CWlnkler CWinkler CWinkler
Winkler OB oe of the attorney tm the ttried h eft efttried sass sasstried
tried here hersGeneral hereaenral hereGeneral
General Winkler My says ya that the th testi testimony tuJDOlty testimommy ¬
mommy elicited la I the tit trial la I no way re reNected re reted reSeced
Nected ted upon the Integrity of Ambaoeador AmbaoeadorYOB AbaesadorVon be beVon
Von Holleben The testimony wa wareel was wasreet wasrest
reel and uneeatradtcted that the Germaa Ger Gerwbae Gsrmaawine j jwine
wine agents called atteatlea atteat of the Utedol am ambassador ambaseador ¬
bassador dol to t thopropriety the > propriety of using g Get German erJDfUl Getman ¬
man wine a as had always been the etOBl MM MMtorn evetorn
torn in the ehrlate christening hlg of the royal royalyacbU royalyachts
yachts and Count Quadt General Wink PJaIk
persons would be willing to pay Prince PrinceVictors PrlaceVlctors PrtseeVictors
Victors bill bills several times tt over for ferprlvnge the theprivilege ae aeprivilege
privilege enjoyed by It his wife if fct were Wftetrtrable weretransferable weretransferable
transferable transferableFavorite trtrableFavorite transferableFavorite
Favorite in English En l 8h Society SocietyPrince SocietyPrlDee SocietyPrince
Prince Victor always alwa ha has been ex extremely exI cxtreinely ¬
I tremely tr mly popular popularID la the highest Wptoclet Hagilah Hagilahsociety agliak agliaksciety
society oclet A young woman who w mat t MM MMa hima
a few ow years ago ge described aba as tee terribly ter terI teeribly ¬
I ribly fascinating fasellaaLIa His education has hasof uor ha haof
of course been wholly EngMaa Jln ngltsh and yet yetb yetbt yetbit
b bt has managed m to acquire la some mys mysterious misterlotia p pterlou ¬
terious way a a profound knowledge of ofthe eCtbe ofthe
the occult lor lore of the East Ho H Is IaompUa1ted an anaccomplished anaccomplished
accomplished ompUa1ted musician J lclan rides rI remarkably remarkablywell relllltrka remarkablywell ly lypI
well pI a good cricketer ana and polo psi player playerand plaperutd playerand
and is 1 a highly cultivated and wetlta wetltaformed wetIIDror1Id wellInformed
formed man As s a youth ho was wastrtJllely ex extrwnely oxiremely
trwnely handsome 1ta bavtae MYUw MYUwweBknit hsvta a slender slenderwellknit slenderwellknit
wellknit figure ure with the UIaarp large expres expresaive U1NNalTe expeesalve
aive eyes ey ef the Mgbcaate Jat Hindoo EI and andtiny a aUny antitiny
tiny hands and feel Of late years he hehaa 1Mhaa behan
haa become fat as so ti all Orientate O who wholead WMIpad wholead
lead luxurious lives livesPrince lIy lIyPrloce livesPrinee
Prince Victors tether hsr was Dtmleop DtmleopSingh DINt DINtSlagli DholeepSlagh
Singh who waa wa 3a deposed when ho h was but butnino betslime I Inino
nino years yoar old The persenal wealth of ofUw clh eftbe
Uw lh boy at that time wns about abotItON wMta wMtaOM
OM and he owned the ti KoaiNor a aa well wellas wellny wellas
as wny ny gems lose famous fa He was waspractically WMrraetJealJy wasrractlcally
practically comnoiiad to present the thetreat tHrtMt thetreat
treat diamond to Queen Victoria VletrIa al although altltugh atthough ¬
though much stress wan laid on the Uteatomat thestatement
statement that he gave KIt the diamond
willingly As a matter ttr ef fact he had hadto JIa4to hadto
to part with it and aa It wns w so wise to make makea ke kea
a a virtue o qt noeeosity It was wanthat stipulated stipulatedthat attpiaJakithat
that while Dfcaieeo Singh should W be bestripped bestrippoc1 bestripped
stripped of all power he was wa to be ree reeognlxed reeogalzed roeogaized
ognlxed as a maharajah maintain a acoart acourt acourt
court aad receive the UI dignities and aJIdora hon honor boaera ¬
era or due to his hi station Furthermore It Kwas Itwas Itwas
was stipulated that he would receive reeel an anaonual AftDnual azannual
annual allowance of 1M 6odot As a mat matter Matter metter ¬
ter of fact nearly everything evemhl was w taken takenfrom takenfrom takenfrom
from him except a very few personal be belocgings be be1015fnga belongings
longings During his minority DOrity he was wnogiven WMrtvea wasgiven
given an income of about 18 faM a year yoarHi 7418fIi yearHis
Hi His tutor a kindly Just plea pleaconc4thed man manconceived manconceived
conceived a a great beat affection for Dhuieea Dhuieea9ftn DAuI DAuIwk DbvIeepBtugh
Btugh 9ftn h whom wk he converted to CIu1atIaIty Christianity Christian Christianity ¬
ity When the ti Indian prince arrived IIITt ed at athis athla athi
his hi majority he went to England to tolive toUve tolive
live liveIt liveIt
It was wa of course taken for granted grantedthat graatedthat grantedthat
that Prince Victor would marry an Bag Bagllsh i ilish
lish woman But Ba no one dreamed that thathe thath thathe
he h would wo oV1cl ld seek to wed a peers peer daughter daughterTherefore daughterTherefore
Therefore when it became oeceme lDe known that thathe thathe
he was paying devoted court to Lady LadyAaue LadyAnne
Anne Coventry it made JDad a stir Ur in smart smartKaglteh smartnglIah rt rtKa
Kaglteh Ka i6h society The dark skin of Prince PrinceVictor P aceVictor Princeictor LadYj
Victor ictor led to the making of unpleasant j
Jet says ordered German win wise used The Theorder TheWM Theerdar
order was written wrltt unoa upon the margin of ofth orUM ofLb
th UM Wtowtng letter from tee the German Germanw4ao GermanwtIIe Germanwi
w4ao wi aac agee agents te Dr Van V HolJefcea HolJefceaWe ml mlWe Holieheaw
We w keep Jr a stock of this W wine wi in Mil Milwankoe 111waakee Mu Muwankee
wankoe and have Instructed la tnleted our house housefor housefor housefor
for the ehriatentng g to tIMe at the dis disposal diepesat ¬
posal 1 of yo OtK ir excellency ten tft to twenty twentycase twent twentlor tWSfltTcases
case cases for which a as has boon our cus custom euslor custoss ¬
tom for thirty t lrt7 years for aMp christen christening cbrl christenlag tfn tfnha ¬
ha lag purposes no charge e wilt be made madeHo madeH de deHe
Ho H say says n that t thi ambassador dor seat word wordto wordto wordt
to t the agents in this city to t Bond a few fewbottle leWbetUea fewbottles
bottle of the wine wtI as that tJNL It oue were werebroken werebrakes ere erekoJMa
broken another ot might take takelta Its place placeFour pJaceFour placeFour
Four bottle bottl only ware so sent t and not nota DOtdrop nota
a drop was forwarded to the ambassador ambassadorfor aalfa ador adorrer
for hi his personal use useGeneral weeGasortl
I General Wlnkler rays that the tes testimony tesUIMII7 tenUmesy ¬
timony on this petaL at the trial trio was
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comments It Is very diffloMlt for formrmfcin torIter a amember
member of the AagteSjiixoa gIIIx race to real realise realUlat realIs ¬
ise Is that the Hindoos ace lIa pure PUre Cau Caucasian CaueuIaM Caucapiawe ¬
casian awl that tbaa am IiMttaa prince usual usually 1I U8Ily usually ¬
ly ha ban a pedigree that make mekeg that of the theoWost tbeeWeet theIdt
oWost families fa in Europe ZV seem very veryThar veryneT veryTber
neT wo no doubt bt ol th U the net that thatLady tltalLad thatLady
Lady Anne A was wa fa a lev It love with wit Prince Vic Victor Victor Victm ¬
tor Dmvtoop Slag and it was equally equallyplain eqllallyplaia equallypiahi
plain that the prince wa was in love with withher withr withbr
her r Tb Tlau family objected strenuously strenuouslyIt streMIou ly lyIt
It was known n that the karl of Coventry Coventryhad ceY coventrybad ntry ntry111M
had determined that his daughter 1It r should shouldnot buuldDOt shouldnot
not marry an Indian I She wa wag a recog recognised recogMa1IcT recogstaid ¬
staid beauty of the U fair buxom 1Mtx English Englishtype Ilaglishtype Hsh Hsht HshNe
type type2e t
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I have boon although k the friend of both bothPrince bothI bothlrlace
I Prince Victor and Lady lAd Anno AI were of ofthe oCtit ofthe
the tit opinion that they wouM marry rry de deoafct deUIe dosrn
oafct srn the opaoatUoa epp pvettios of her family had hadnot hadaM hadnsf
not the Prince of Wales intervened I For Forroaaon Forr Forsame
same roaaon r possibly y due to her lI r tenatf tenatfsense anatc izimatiseuse
sense of jlttttea PrIMe Victor enjoyed enjoyedthe enjoyedthe enjoyedthe
the friendship of Queen QtMe Victoria an anAnn auIter awl awlher
her lat late msjsuty ty was very ery te or Lady LadyUDe LadyAnne
Ann Anne UDe whose godmother ma she we The Thepresent TheJrNftIt Thepresent
present King was aloe 1 personally fond fondcf tondc fondCf
cf c Prince Victor The court t influent influentwas inMecetowastos tBc tBccoo
coo was too strong far the t e Earl of Coventry Coventryand QyeDtry5IRc Coventrysad
and he gracefully 5IRc lllHy save pLY hat eonstMt to tothe toUte tothe
the marriage It was celebrated in great greatStyle greatstyle eat eatttyle
Style in May KM
The Dtek Doe B Dos Ctahb of Balti Baltimore BaIUet Baltimare ¬
more et which Joe J flans the champion championHghtwotgfct eplonuratweIPt championl1gMtwht
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Walker the proMjor colored euMedtnof comedians comediansof
of America A are member ltera has oStfd a aC 1 1tutNed
10 C medal studded with diamonds to the thecouple rbecetIpIe p pconpi
couple wtsateg the eakewalk to be given givenby giYfny givenby
by y the club In Convention Hall Thurs Thursday TJturiday Thursday ¬
day evening The entertainment wit witbo Ii i I IpNt Ihe
bo pNt presented under va the t auspice ae of 8 Al AlHorford A t I IHo 1Eferford
Horford Ho the tJ wellknown 110 Baltimore Baltimoreaperttas Blor BlorP0 Baitimorosprttg
aperttas promoter promotorMany P0 promoterbizay
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win wn accompany aey U the Atfe Matte tte artlBt Brft to tfcis tfciscity tt ttelt7 thI thIcRy
city and some e of e thorn t will wil be b Mtrctl Mtrctlto seiectt seiecttto el ct l lto
to act a as I judge J ia J the t cakewalk Tho Thoaffair To Th Thaffair
affair aalr po promises to t be b a grand nd success successand 8UcfSS 8UcfSSaJ so cress cressand
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the Utf diamond dlaa medal M The T Dick DJt I ID Dee DeeDoe > > o oDooN
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this thi variety rety usually II take tke in this city citykind cl citysad >
a sad a as t there has lIo not I bees a a show of its itskt itskInd
kind kt ia II W11 Washington since the U advent at of ofthe ortt ofthe
the tt uBc Black Patti Ptti Tr TroubndevrL Troubadour uN11 It its 5u 5ucess vucam u ucea
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which they theyreceiveandtheeffortswhich receive and the efforts which they thcyznnke make comes the greater greaterpartof part of that thathealthful thcthealthful tiuttS
if S healthful development which is so essential to their happiness when grown When Whena t
a laxative is needed the remedy which is given to them to cleanse and sweeten and andstrengthen andstrengthen andI
I strengthen the internal organs on which it acts should be such as physicians would wouldsanction wouldsanction
I sanction because its component parts are known to be wholesome and the remedy t
I itself free from every objectionable quality The one remedy which physicians physir ans and andparents andparents andt
t I parents wellinformed approve and recommend and which the little ones enjoy A
because of its pleasant flavor its gentle action and its beneficial effects is is5yrup is5yrupof Syrap Syrapof c
4 of Figs Figsand and for the same reason it is the only laxative which should be used by
R fathers and mothers mothersSyrup uiothersSyrup r fC
Syrup of Figs is the only remedy which acts gently pleasantly and naturally naturallywithout naturallyw
r without w thout griping irritating or nauseating and which cleanses the system effectually effectuallywithout 8ffeGtutillywIthout ecctudflywithout
without producing that constipated habit which results from from the use ef o the old oMtime oldtime oldyrr
yrr time cathartics and modem imitations and against which the children should be so socarefully socarefuUy f
carefully guarded If you would have them grow to manhood and womanhood womanhoodstrong womlnhoodstrong >
I strong healthy and happy do not give them medicines when medicines are not notneeded notI notneeded rr rrneeded
i needed and when nature needs assistance in the way of a laxative Ja ti e give them only onlythe
the simple pleasant and gentle gentleSyrup Syrup of Figs FigsIts FigsIts FigsIts 7
Its quality is due not only to the excellence of the combination of tko laxative laxativeprinciples 1amtiveprinciples lsxativer
r principles of plants with pleasant aromatic syrups and juices bat ales to oar oaroriginal oeroriginal I Ioriginal
original method of manufacture and as a you value the health of the little oaec do donot I Y
4 not accept any of the substitutes which unscrupulous dealers sometimoe offer er to toincrease 7 7increase
5 r increase their profits Please to remember the full name of the Cocspany CocspanyCALIFORNIA CempemyCALIFORIrrA
CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO COis is printed on the front of every package In Inorder Inordcr t tI
I i order to get its beneficial beneficialv bene1icialeffects
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