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A year 1, .lt ago me aocior saia i could not live till Fall. Now I am able to do a nard day's work. Mr. Laura E. Patterson Newton, Iowj, June 20, 1892. Edward Weisgerber, 10? Kuril. I Avenue, CLEVELAND OHIO, -KAKHI Of FINEvICEvCREAMS AND- WAT EH ICES. Out of Town Orders Will Beceive Prompt and Careful Attention Candle carefully parked anil .ent to all parte of tlie country ujr uiall or express. THE MUCH-DESIRED 10NG WAIST and PERFECT HIP EFFECT caa only be produced luocemfullf r erwg a Corset ADJUSTABLE OVER THE HIP AMD WILL FIT ANY FORM Initaotly, firing Perfect East and Contour. fber hate Doable Seame, which will not rip Doable ateela d Hoare, V which will an break, tfule in three length. Jrmu and Salteem. Any dry good dealer InthsU. 8. can supply you. UaTimil Wanted. Send jttr Qitototut. EORTRLX MFC CO., Jackson, Mick. THjJ KNIGHTS TEMPLAR. A Tine Exhibition Drill the Great Event Of Wednesday. leailon of the Grand Encampment Taken up With Report! of O0toeri-The Order Showa to Be In 1'llie Condition In Every Kepeot. Desvkb, Col.,Aff. 1L The knights were, viewing Denver and its snburbs jrcstorday, thot Is, those who wore not In attendance at the grand encamp ment and others not otherwise engaged found comfort in various clubs and headquarters. The weather was de lightful and tho visitors onjoyed it immensely. The principal event of the nay, out side the meeting of tho grand encamp ment, was tho exhibition drill In uiver Front park. It is estimated that at least five thousand spectators witnessed It, and although only two communu- erios had entered, everybody was well satisaed with tho exhibition, urana Master Gobin had forbidden competi tive drill, and many companies which had entered docllned to take part in the exhibition drill, but they probably re gret it now, for St. liernard's, ol uu cogo, and CalifornlaNo. 1, the only two commandcrlcs which entered, will receive handsome presents from tuo Denver Chamber of Commerce. Thev will urobably bo the silver bricks which were Intended for prizes In tho competitive drilL The California Knights drilled first They were mounted on handsome black horses and were attired in black suits trimmed with silver. They presented a hand- somo appearance. The Kt llernards drilled on 1001, Templars' tactics. Their columns for mations could not be excelled, iney were simply perfect The platoons whcoled perfectly, and equal distances were observed boween the marching corps. Several very difllcult double rank movements between tho wheels wero executed perfectly. The drill ended by the formation of fancy figures, and tho men marched off tho field covered with glory and dust The routine business of the grand encampment was polished off expe ditiously at Wednesday's session. He ports from each of the grand! ofllcers of tho different states and territories un der the jurisdiction of the encampment were presented and adopted. They showed tho Knights Templars of Amer ica to bo in excellent shape, both nu merically and otherwise, tho total num ber of members of grand and subor dinate commandcries in this country being 8J.7U1, while the net cash re sources in the hands of the grand treas urer amount to -8,8.3.97. Committees were reported as follows: Credentials W. W. Allen, jl a. mw, Kentucky; William Pettie, California. Doings of grand officers w. r. innes, Michigan; S. D. Baoon, Indiana; J. IL Coding, Pennsylvania; George Turnslde, Kouth Dakota; Hid C. Proctor, Texas; N. C. Hlacklock, Washington; Lafayette Little, Ohio; E. C Salisbury, Nebraska; C. 8. Wanley, Connecticut Finance George B. Uurnham, itnoue Island; E. C. Birdseye, Connecticut; E. E. Downham, Virginia; T. O. N'orrls, Tennessee; C C. Isaacs. Maryland; S. P. Hamilton, Georgia; D. W. Wallace, Mis souri. Unfinished business W. U. Melish, Ohio; R. W. Darcy, District of Columbia; E. C. Culp, Kansas; J. W. Stanton, Lol orado; J. J. Hays, Mississippi; V. B. Van saun, Iowa; C. E. Rosenbaum, Arkansas, It was 8 o'clock last night before the encampment adjourned. Business will be resumed this morning at 0 o'clock. Tho election of officers, will bo the first matter to be disposed of. There does not seem to be any doubt but that Hon. Hugh McCurdy, deputy grand maator, will be called up to be Grand Master Gobln's successor. A COLLISION Between Two irn Hteamera Knult. In Ureat Lo.s of Llre-Klxhty-.il Feraona MIuiiir and Thlrty-nlue Hod In Itecov. ered. London, Aug. 11. Fuller details of the collision, attended by great Ions of life, Iwstween steamers neur the const of Finland, show that two coasting steamers, the Ajax and tho Ituneberg, collided off tho port of Helsingfors, capital of Finland, on Monday Inst Tho Ajax was loaded with people from Helsingfors who were out for a Sunday sail The Ituneberg was in tho coast ing trade. The Ajax had started out on Sunday and been delayed on tho re turn by a heavy fog. The captain con cluded to proceed slowly Into port and was not at high speed when the col lision occurred. The Runoberg, owing to the fog, had no notice of the ap proach of the Ajax and was going at ordinary speed. The Runeberg struck the Ajax near the center, shattering that steamer so that the water (lowed In In torrent The passengers on the Ajnx were nearly all Swedish Finns. They be haved with notable courage In tho aw ful situation. The men pushed the wo men and children to the life buoys. thrown out by the Runeberg, and took their chances at struggling in the water. There was no time to lower boats, as the Ajax sank almost instant ly, carrying down almost iuo persons. The Runeberg was badly Injured and could not have remained afloat long, but her captain stood by as long as pos sible to save all that he could of the Alax's nassenirers and crew. Eighty-six persons are missing and thirty-nine bodies have been recovered. A Mother's Crime. Markato, Minn., Aug. 11. The coro ner and sheriff wore summoned to Eacle Lake, six miles from Mankato, Wednesday to Investigate the death of a month-old babe, which occurred" Mon day. A married daughter of Erie Warshlng, whose name cannot be learned, poisoned her babe with Rough on Rate. The funeral services were la progress Tuesday when the pastor no tified the nonstable that the mother's act should be inveatlirated. It appears that Tuesday nlgkt she took another small child and drowned It In a well mile and a half distant His stated that she confessed both crimes. CONCLAVE ENDED. rhe Grand Enoanipment of the Knights Templar Adjourns at Denver Officer. Ap pointed by the tlraud Commander A MafnlHcent Banqnet. Denver, Col., Aug. 13. Thousands of people took tholr departure Friday morning. The officials were rushed to death to get them under way. Regular and special trains were crowded and went out in qnlck succession loaded with Knights Tomplar and visitors. The last session of the grand encamp ment of the United States began at 9 o'clock in tho morning and adjourned at 12:30 to meet again on August 97, 1B!5, In the city of Boston, Mass. Tho morning session was taken up byre ports of committees and routine work. The Installation of oflicerB took place just before tho closing of the encamp ment The names of the officers ap pointed by tho grand commander were given out and wero as follows. Grand standard bearer, W. B. Melish, of Ohio; grand sword bearer, Georgo C. Conner, Tennessee: grand warden, John A. Sloan, Missouri; grand prelate, Sir Rev. Joseph N. MeOrath, D. D., Illinois. The committee of jurisprudence was also appointed and consisted of the fol lowing members: Sir James F. Hop kins, Pennsylvania; Sir John Q. A. Fel lows, Louisana; Sir John W. Fellows, Now Hampshire; Sir John C Smith, Illinois; Sir F. J. S. Gorgus, Maryland; Sir John Frizzell, Tennessee; Sir John II. Root, Arkansas. Tonlav the entire membership of tho Ornnd Encampment will make a trip to Pike's Peak, after which they will re turn to Denver and join their respect ive commandcries. Lost night tho local Knights Templar reception committee entertained and banqueted the Grand Encampment It was a magnificiont affair and was served in tho Brown Palaeo hotol. There were 350 guests at the table. THE IRON HALL CASE. Rmnerhy on the Stnnd-llelleved That a Kerelver Will Be Appolutrd-The Total Aa.ct. Deported to lie .0X0,24. Indiasai'oi.is, Aug. 13. Supreme Jus tice Somerby was on tho stand in tho Iron Hall receivership case yesterday. The testimony elicited was strong enough to lead the plaintiffs to bolieve that a receiver will bo appointed. Som crby, although having supreme author ity, admitted that he had never given bond until this suit was brought, and that only in the sum of W,000 with a Detroit undertaker as socurity. This bond has not been approved and Is not In force. Supreme Cashier Davis is under ftO.OOO bund, the witness said, but one of tho sureties Is dead. The witness did not know where any of the order's reserve funds, except 3,000 in this city, had been invested s required by the constitution. Account ant Davis had some transactions in volving some $04,000, but Somerby did not know how this money was invested. Someby told the story of the Philadel phia bank of which he is vice president and which now has 1730,000 of the order's money. He said that the rea son 1170,000 had been donated to the bank was to tide over the embarrass ment of this bank. The money was taken from the order. If the reoelvor for the bank had been appointed It would have resulted in the appoint ment of a receiver for the order and its utter ruination. The sub-committee of the Iron Hall, which has been engaged for some days In making an examination of ths book, has finished its work and made a report which, it is claimed, la authentic The report shows the total assets of the or der to be t2,m,M. HELD FOR MURDER. ML. Utile Borden Arrelfn.d la Court fnr the Klllliiar or Her rather and Step. Mnther-I'leada Not Guilty. Fam. River, Mass., Aug. 18. Llr.zie A. Borden was arraigned in the Second district court before Judge J. C Blais dell, yesterday morning, on charges of homicide arising from the killing of her father and step-mother. She entered the court room leaning on Missionary Buck's arm. She was somowhat nerv ous but did not show feeling by either tears or trembling. She was then asked to plead to charges of homlcido and did so, saying "Not guilty." Miss Borden s counsel moved for trial at once. District Attorney Knowlton asked for a continuance until Monday, August 22, and it was granted. Mr. Morse and Bridget Sullivan were then hold as witnesses In the. sums of tfOOcach. Miss Borden was asked to stand up and was committed without bail. She left the court room leaning on Mr. Buck's arm and was closely fol lowed by City Marshal Hillard, who again placed her In charge of the looal matron until a week from Monday. At that time it is expected that a prelimi nary trial will be commenced before Judge Blaisdell. Forcerle.. Memphis, Tenn., Aug. IS. As Oov. Brown, of Kentucky, and others have said they did not write to Gov. Buohan an praying executive clemency In be half of King, certain people of this city propose to find out who forged the let ters and the governor will bp asked to ascertain who duped him. A telegram was published in a morning paper which represents the governor as making cer tain threats against the people of Mem phis if they burned him in effigy any more. Ono of the participants in the effigy burning remarked that if bis ex cellency would snow nis lace in mem- phis he nil(fht be treated to a ducking in the MiHsikslppl river or a coat of Ur and feathers. Celebrated Caee Mettled. Newark, N. J., Auk R-The cele brated Chicago Stock Yard ease whloh has been argued In the courts of this State, has been settled. Vice CbanceUor Green has decided the case In favor of the defendants. The decree will direct the dismissal of tho company's suit, but no opinion has yet been filed but one will be In s few days. 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