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1 2 S THE SALT LAKE HERALD SUNDAY D DECEl1BER 15 1901 I
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grand jury in the th United lnite States Stte court courthas court1as courtba
has 1as ba reurned N urne a true tMe hill hi In t the tt case caseairalnsf ca caAja111 eaegaInl
airalnsf Aja111 H2len n len Post POt ot alias ala Helen Hel Wil Wililaraa WI Wiliama I
ilaraa ms < f Seabreeze Sb Fla The Te indict indictment indictment ludictment ¬
ment charges harge that tht the defendant defent vio violated vloJ4tcd violated ¬
lated J4tcd I ftion tion 480 of f the revised rV stat statutes rtatZ2te tat tattHe ¬
utes tHe b Devising 1ev1ln schemes themes and artifices artificestw attfces attfcesto attiftceto
to defrtud deflud various varou persons 1frSOn8 under uder false falseand tahen a1eeBnd
and n fraudulent ftaudulent pretences prtn es on her part partt partepesentIng
t b > j representing 1ePesentna that tht she s e possessed Pd the thevpower thepower
power wer of o mental mentl science lcence of mind to tocure toc tocre I
cure c all ai a forms form orm of disease and an weak weakness weaknes weakne5 ¬
ness tr t < > r wiich she received ive money moneythat moneythat
that that vas v8 3 coaverted to her h r own use The Tnecase Thel Tueeuue
case euue l promises prumise to become b om celebrated clebrat d as asthe a asThe
the Mental en tal Scientists cientl at their thfir recent recentnational rfelt rfeltltinal receiutUtinnat
national ltinal convention in Seabreeze Sabre vot votd votdto d dto
to to paUcijte pattetfite in the defense d fen of the ac accused accusd accused ¬
cused cusd womait omale and her he h associates 8iates Mrs MrsPost Mr MrsPost
Post was sriested triete 1 In m August AuCut Au ust last lt but buthas butba butbau
has ba been b out under 1000 10 bail bal Her Herhusband Herhubnd HerZuband
husband hubnd C Post Pos aDd her bfr sonin soninlaw 8nin 8ninlw soninlaw
law lw S 1 L t uBrjjman uBrmsn were indicted indcte in inMacon n n1a uZ1con
Macon 1a n Ga last month moth
BBVUW EVW FATHERS FATHS STSTDnrGfi STSTDnrGfiChirgj rINDtNGrnEgdat DG DGB
B rnEgdat 1 Poition Position o at a Unt unitei states statesJudge I IIud
Iud IudCh Judge JudgeC
Chirgj Ch C hiij J Dec Dc 14 HTe 14The The transcript trnscrpt of ofstppeal ofIPpeal ofitppeal
stppeal IPpeal from the Judgment jugment of the theUnited t theUnited
United Unted Btates ftate circuit rcuIt ui court at Indian Indianapolis Ini IndianapIIs ¬
apolis convicting convictn Edward Ewar E E Bessette Bessetteof Bt
C of contempt cont mpt of court cut for violating violatn the theinjunction te teInjunfUn
injunction InjunfUn restraining retrlnl the picketing picketig of oft ofthe
t t11 the > ie W V I H Conkey company cvany plant plnt at atammon
Hammond ammon Ind Las 1 been ben filed fIe here hereThe her hereThe
The appeal is made mae to the United UnitedStates Unitedttates
States Etate court c urt of appeals apP of o which Ju JuFrancis Juge Jugerancis e eFrancis
Francis rancis E Bak Bk Bakr r aon an of Judge Ju J 1 Hak K ILakr
fcakor ak akr r of Indiana Indian la 1 to be bliate bliateuftce associate associateJusticex associateutlce
Justicex JusticexThe uftce uftceCh utlce utlceTh
The Ch hvarng h ar ng of f the apjeal ap a probably probablyto probby
1i i to ill be b eariy in January Janua and it is 1 ex expected ext cx3cted ¬
pected t < ed to t be b the first fr t case c in which whichJudge whch whchJudge which1u1ge
Judge Francis Baker miy be b called cle on onto ontn ont
C to t review Nl W the finding mdl of his father fatherBudge fater faterPudge
Budge Baker of Indians IndiansKOBE Ind IndOU IndianaozE
KOBE OU BILLS I IHSOOVSKED IHSOOVSKEDShooting m mShotn flISOOVZDShooting
Shooting Shotn of o Policeman Polc Traeavtas U UisithsXox UisithsXoxT + s 3iton 3itontana OR ORtan
T tan tana Bank ank Notes Note in 1 Tennessee TennesseeKnoxvilie tennessoe tennessoeKnflXvlLe enne
Knoxvilie Tenn D D DC c 14 HAs As a re result 1 reult ¬
sult Jul ult of the tbE shooting Rh t of Policemen Polcemen Din Di Dinwiddle i ividdie
widdle and at1 Saylor Sylor las la Ia night nght discovery discoverylias diicove1 discoverybeen
lias JitS been n made today t ay that tha a a large largenumber laretumbr
2 number tumbr d < > f the tht X l ntena > bank bills billsFtoi bis bistol biUstoIi
Ftoi tol toIi n in the th express expr s robbery robbry last lat July Julyha Julyhave
have ha been n circulated here hre by the man manv mR mRh manh
v ho h did the thE shooting shootin and an who though thoughwounded thougnw thoughecunded
w wounded unde escaped t9capd The Th bills bis are ar un unsigned unjiiied ¬
signed 1 ned several 8p ral having been refused refu by bybnks bybanks
banks bnks TWJ Tw Knoxville Knoxvil men presented presenteda presnt
a 20 2 U bill bU each at a tore r ore today tOay and andvere andere andere
vere ere arrested are t They are known kown to toJive tohne toL
L Jive ve been Ml wth the assailant asiant of the of ofliiers offers ofAbut
liiers liiersAbout fersAbut
About Abut 3800 30 of the te Montana Montna bank bankltiI bnk bnkl 1
ltiI 1113 > l have been bn discovered discoverd here today t y
HOEVFHKA ffozPThE1L2tI1 OEl I IN CHABGE CHABGEfe4zeaiizi3 CGE CGEto CffA3Gt
lt ltCGE
t s fe4zeaiizi3 to tofor Answer Answert
t for Forgery Forgeryidon Forge
I L idon D Df Dy T 14 HThe The Cunard Una Unameiner Unefl
2 meiner fl < Mer Oainpania mpania which sails sns from fromLiverpoei
LI Liverpoei rJi for New York today tday has ha on onhr
hr pr pConger p rf n nger er list lst the names of Mrs
3 i atii t u i arapbell i rpbl ipbei1 the actress aCrss and andDavid andLvd
Va David vid KiRie KiRieA g1e g1eI Jf
I A det dtt < < live e of New York Living ving in inthirgt I Int
thirgt t h rg Uilliaia Jiaa HoeppiKr Hopplwr where ex extraditioi extvltol entrdlttor
traditioi tvltol was as grant ganV granted d by the Argen Argenrepublic Argenn
n republic rpuhli at at the request ruest of the theIriied thetlite theUiiued
Iriied tlite Elates tles government goyerment OR charges chargesof charg chargesIefal
of < tlef defalinion Iefal aation utlofl and nd forpery rorery is also alsoamong alo aloa1on alsoamong
among a1on th i oitngers egers Hoeppner has haslen has1en
len tn in 11 ui in n Li prpooi prjl since ln < his ar arliva a
liva t 1al ivui in Kngland hlgland He b hiis 5 > been bn t treat
fj f 1 as a itriiish I r Ish pri piione one a raitingtrial raitingtrialHe fati raL raLHe
He was in 1 u abject iisery Iisry and without withoutmoney wut wutTOE
money TOE ri ney h 1d1 < n arrestea in Buenos e OflOS Ayre Ayrehut A AkH yres
hut is J v much improved Imp1Ye He H said saidhf
hf n < ld id La iad d a hard tim tm time but bt that tt the thefame thegame
fame r me v U is s up and his future ft troubles troublesioui
4 ioui ui n ml < i bo l worse than tba those t he h had hadeirondy
eirondy a rady xperieneed xperieneedEscaping xperlenefd xperlenefdCpi xpriencedZecLpin
Escaping Cpi Prisoner Prner Shot ShotIouuJius A
c IouuJius Oh > I o Dec D 14 HGnel 14General General pris prisorcr pru
orcr O r Lev LI > and prisoner Wright WrBt es esaped es
aped ped frPi frv tho tl Ih < guard at the t United UnitedTatea
1 Tatea ates b bLras Laura rra s Saturday Sturay and a au Leroy Leroywas Leroyc ry rywas
c was as shot through thr0 h the rjht r ht shoulder shoulderand ter terHad
tt and arm l hy > priva > Barlow BarloW Bar low a guard guardWright p pWright
Q Wright s aped and the guard has or ortirrs G orE I IhI
E tirrs < hI to thtiot fhoo him en sight sightMurder IhL IhLMurd
Murder Murd and Avidde AviddeElkhan 1
J Elkhan Flkhart Ind De 14 1 14Ora Ora Striae S a alaborer a1tlrer
1tlrer laborer ae d e ei 25 killed kie his bride b and andcm andcut
cm ut his hi i 0 n vn r n hroat here htT today toy He wa waarrested wasnrrested
arrested Innsttl but probably will wi die d The Theciuple T Ttuurle
ciuple Ptkg urle ha e been married rarrle oi oLly ly three threePORTO Oe OePtkg
PORTO RICAN LABOR LABORBig iABORBig
Big ig Meeting Ketig to t toBeBed Be Hed Jtd i t ii A Ae ri rieanice
eanice eni the Toilers ToilersSan Toier Toieran
San an lUau ml P K R Dec D 14 1sanua I4SantIag Santiago SantiagoTclesias
Tclesias J eia8 president prfidfnt of the Federation FeertO of ofAVnrknert ofrknen
AVnrknert rknen of Porto Rico and the other othr j jpersons i1rsons
persons 1rsons who ho vere trt convicted and sen senTfaced tn tndHed
Tfaced dHed aed to t imprisonment mpr slnmeit on cu charges cbar ot othavirg
havirg hci1g been b > n the f unders fun J of hn in n illegal illegaljssociatl m
jssociatl efatin ieiati > n r and nd rnjsaged Iage in ir a ooasplra ooasplracv upit
cv C are aTt still t il l1 at liberty lr rty pciiding anap anapea an ap
Ical ea t tlu t1 t1i supreme upr me ourt OUl of the island islandThe ilad iladThp
The ord on r to dissolve difsolve the federation j
fefrton fefrtonJa
lists Ja not t been n execuet xeut Tlito Tt TIsssl toeal 1 1lmit I i ioimitt
i < oimitt lmit ff f the the Arerran Arfran Federation Fedet I I ILabor i I
< Labor Lbr has indued i81fd a can 1 lor a general generalr rl rlr L
r ius m mt < ling i ng to be held tomrrrow tomrrrl aft af aftI1fOfl j jnoon
noon Iglesias says sys that f ha t he wilt wl nol nolLi ot oth i iintimidated
h intimidated nHmJlated beiaure aupe of his sentence utenle utenleIt j jits
its It the inquisitorial ii18itor allas laws i Spain will wii wiilot I i inot
not lot last ng mgMillion ngIlion ngMillion
Million Ilion of 0 o leborers Ibren in n the United UnitedStates tnite j I IId
States Id teJ Jslfpias ias declare delaJ are alf ready to toaid tnali t i i
S aid thtiv brethren brethr t in orto ort Rico Ric and andattend andh an1ht I
h ht urge every Iabre Yabore I in th ciy city to tot t
attend attn t nd tororrows tor rows meeting mting and to t aid aidin aMin ai aiin I
in the thf ork rk of o Americanizing Amerianizing Port PortoTMcan Portjtlean
TMcan laborers I rorers The be e authorities authoriie may mayprevent m m1leyent m I
prevent the Iw holuing hol < ing ef f the meeting meetingSome metn metnme meetingI
Some me of 1 the t he judieiay judl fire Jre ro said sid to be b of oftiie Qrthe o I
the opinion opnii opfli A that the supreme court cur will willacquit Wi wilaN1Ult I
acquit fcQult tlie tl th > convicted cnuYkt ivict men Jfn when the th ap appeal app appeal ¬
peal p al is i bard bard1et nardPl
Pl 1et < a0 t File Pe Your Yo Statement StatementWashington Stateet StatementWashington I
Washington Washinton Dec De 14 ItTe 14Tte Tre comptrol comptrolJ comptrl comptrlr
J r of the currency currncy has issued iEsue a call callf cl calc I
c f rr tr the report N port of tae t1e condition conditon of na nailinal nanal I
ilinal nal banks bnks at the close Clo i of business businessTuesday busineUesay busineniuesday S
Tuesday Uesay Dee Det 10 10Whisky 10lvbtsky
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Whisky k Thats fts nts All AllTrre A n
Trre Haute Ind In Dec c 14 1Wrlbt 14Wrigh 14WrighFisher WrUrht WrUrhtFisher t 1
Fisher Fihtr and Dr De 1e e Will Wit Jordan of Vn VnTines V Vni n nTmes
< Tines i nes wire W re frozen frzen to death near Rose Rosedale Ros Ros1ale RoseC
dale last night It I is said they the were wereintoxjcat wereJ1 wer wer1iuoxieat C
intoxjcat J1 Xlat1 d I and fell tel frcm t their buggy buggyPalms bugy bugyt bugyPAlm buggyj
j Palms Pq Palms Palms PalmsThe PalmThe
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The Th p ula da la Boston BOlton Kern finest fnest In Inthe il Ii It
i the couTV cou at Hudda Huddatsgreenhoust Huddate ts greenhouses greenhousesright I
right MAbt Ii 1 I tvn a 214 East Second lo cod d South SouthSe Suuthtbn I
Se Sec th tbn and nd gt our special ppeaJ prices pricesfor p es esto S
< I for to O tw wpfks f ks Decorations Dortn msaiurii msaiuriidesign D mZIaurla 1Uol1 d l ldesiJrH
1 design desigUarnations f carnations all1atio s violets calla callaHHse callaJUies call callflies
flies nyrinths rth smilax etc etc etcpecte etcJl
Jl I > pecte rq < the t he holidays hoHd ays holly wreaths wreathsloose wreathslOO I
loose lOO oose e green festooning mistletoe mistletoesi e
si t lot 10 nrice I < < < Beautiful P9iii ifuil limiting limitingeiM Iuntingft1erie untirt untirtgcene g
ft1erie gcene eiM > nfi i iidar ir pivn Ji i n silli ith 1 1 every pur
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CONTESTS FOR SEATS SEATSSeven SEATSSeven SEATSSeven
Seven of f Them Will WiUSe BeHeard Heard by byElections byElections byElsctions
Elections CommftteeinJanuary Committee CommitteinJanuary in inJanuary
January JanuaryWashington JanuaryWaahlngton JanuaryWnshingon
Washington Dec H BThe The hearing hearl4 hearl4onted of ofcuntes5ed C Ccontested
contested election ron cases ca caae 8 will begin early earlyin earl earlin
in January before the various varto election electionrommntee ei8ctIonornmnteelf dectbonruxnmfltees
rommntee o < the house muss arc arcrev C Creren
rev Eeven n of these contests including ineludfn that thatmade tIaa1JDade thatmade
made by nn exRepresentadve exReipresentaiiv nta v Lents dl OU0 OU0a ffi
a agaftmt garnet the bE ttlng member from fro the theTwelfth tltTelth IncTse1fth
Twelfth Oho district RepreSe Rp Repvese3tttf Repvese3tttfFompkin tadA
Tompkins One nt of the c inte5t5 ntHt began 11Q hy
U Geeral erul Walker of Virginia irgma tor toi the seat seatfrom seatfrom t tfrom
from ttw u ttu Ninth beth Virginia district has hasbeen
been n terminated by It the death of t the th con conteatfuu eontestnt
teatfuu after all a 11 the t tti totinotiy ti no otl y bad been beentaken beentaken
taken and the briefs filed f k Th ThO remain remaining remaining ¬
ing ca Calf fj are areSeventh ar arSevnth
Sevnth Alabama ila ama X K H Sitears < against againstRepresentative againtRpreseAtatin againstRtpresenta
Representative Rtpresenta tivi Knrnitt oirnti t Third Kentucky
J M Most against Representative RP nt the Rhea RheaTwelfth RheaTwelfth
Twelfth Mtwfuri William Willl > m Honon agdinstRepresentative agdinst aplnatI
Representative R t1r presentuI1v ntlln But Eiutler lor Third North Csre Csrelna CarOlna roe roebna
lna J 1 E bowler ow r against Reprenentatirv ReprenentatirvTomas Rep RepresentadTomas nta ntaTomas
Tomas SfVfiith Vf veith Ith North Carolinn < lullnll A B BT B BDentaler HDenteler
T Dentaler > entsl r plntlt sain l Representative Stevens Stevensourth StevensFourth Stevens41ourth
Fourth ourth Yl Virginia Vli nla C E Vtlson against againstepresenta againstRepresentdivc
1tepresentaIC epresenta epresentaTO Lassiter hassitrTo
0 0TO
TO SUPPORT SCHLEY SCHLEYVirfinia SCHLEYVirlinia SCHLEYVirginia
Virginia Legislator Wants His Fame FameVindicated FameVindicated PaineVindicated
VindicatedRicmond VindicatedRic1mnnd Vindicated VindicatedRichmond
Richmond Va Dec 14 14Del 14Delegate 14DelegateBaket Delegate DelegateBaker ate ateBakel
Baker of Chesterfield today introduced introducedin
in the lower house of the Virginia Ylrgf ua gen general general gencml ¬
eral assembly a joint resolution calling callingfor C81U C81Ufor callingfor
for appointment by the presiding of officers otJlcera offleers ¬
ficers of the two bodies of the assem assembly embly assembly ¬
bly of a joint committee to ascertain ascertainthe acert1nthe
the sentiments of the people of Virginia Virginiaih VirgIniain Irgt
ih the matter mat ter of the indiums ftndl I of the thecourt thecourt thecourt
court rf inquiry in the SchleySami hleYSAmptl n
controversy controv rsy and to communicate t tsentiments the tbeeesentiments eRntlm
sentiments Rntlm > nta > to Virginias representa representatives repre8efttbves represeatatives ¬
tives in the two houses of coBgrew coBgrewcalling coegresecalling rWI rWIcalling
calling on them to do all in their power powerto powerto
to see th thit it these sentiments entiment8wlaioh which are arebelieved are1I arebelieved
believed 1I > ved to be indignation at the tbe find findings ftndh find10g3 ¬
ings h < a of the th court courtart are carried into IntOel IntOelfett ef effect cffeet ¬
feet to the end nd that Rear Admiral Admiralfichley AdmiralSchley AdmiralSchlcy
fichley shall have complete vindication vindicationfrom vindicationfrom vindicationfrom
from attacks that have been made upon uponhim uponhim
j him The resolution rnolu1 on was was adopted by bythe byth
the th hoise hOJIIeIn tioiseIn
In the t e same me body Mr Folkes of ofRichmond ofRIhmond ofRichmond
Richmond offered a series of resolutions resolutionsexpressing resolutionsxnreufnc resolutionsenrneaning
expressing approval of th the course cour of ofAdmiral orAdmiral ofAdmiral
Admiral Schley in the naval campaign campaignat
at Santiago iiianking him in behalfof behalf behalfof
of the people of f Virginia deprecating deprecatingthe
the attempt of the rorrsl l clique to ma malign maUgn malign ¬
lign him and nd recommending that such suchhistories suchblstoriea suchhistories
histories be used in the public school schoolof sehooJof schoolsof
of the state as shall correctly record reeordand recordand recordand
and narrate his services The resolu resolutions resotutIons resolutlon ¬
tions tlon were referred referredFROM lferreQFRQM referredFROM
FROM BRlflSrfCOLUMBIA BRlflSrfCOLUMBIAIndian BRITISH COLUMBIA COUJMBIADella COLUMBIAIndian
Indian Whisky and Smallpox Are ArePrincipal ArePrincipal ArePrincipal
Principal Features FeaturesVictoria FeaturellVictoria FeaturesVictoria
Victoria B C Dec M 14The The two tor torpedo ¬
pedo 0 beat destroyers Virago and Spar Sparrow SparOw Sparrow ¬
row Hawk attached t ched to the Brit British Ufa Pa Pacific Pacifk PactfIc ¬
cific squadron are re being overhauled overh ulM au antpalred and andrepaired < 1 1repaired
repaired to prevent a repetition of such socha h hdiMtea
a disaster as overcame the Cobra CobraOn CobraOn CobraOn
On account of the th prevalence plV 1ence of small smaHpox smallpox smallpox
pox in the state bordering on British BritishColumbia BdtlekColumbia BritishColumbia
Columbia a very strict inspection nary service IMIMI narylee ¬
ice I is being Inaugurated by the provincial provincialhealth provincialI al alhealth
health beard A number of cases In the theKoeteaa theKookaa I
Koeteaa and Boundary districts < has be betraced been Heatraced beentraced
traced across the border borderThe borcI8lThe borderThe
The plans and specifications for the new newWestminster newWeatmlD8ter newWestminster
Westminster bridge are now ready for forthe 101tbe foethe
the inspections peetJo of t tDdr tenderers ndr n The bridge bridgewill brideWIll bridgewill
will be a double deck structure ructvre The TheDominion TIleDomIDteD TheDominion
Dominion government will be asked to tocontribute tccontribute
contribute to the cost as it Is in the na nature natn
ture tn of an itrnatbOnal td ational undertaking at
lug tb the American 11I0waY8 access to iow
er c v British Columbia ColumbiaWork CalulDlMWork
Work on Ute island extension exten lon of the theGreat t thereat e eGreatNOItlMnt I
Great GreatNOItlMnt G reat Northern railway bjr reiUawL ml > aa4 fetry fmJ1to fetryto feYrso
to t o Victoria Is progressing PIOK q satisfactory Mt stWantoryThe toI toITh
The Th pot poire ee have information of the de de depannre
pannre n rtnre < f a sloop loaded with whisky whisk whiskJaavtng
Jaavtng I left here for a smuggling cr cralo crstr
alo a lonz the northern British Columbia CoIumb and andI andAlaaka suC i
I Alaska aM M asks coast The whisky is stuff espe espedally especlaUy
dally d aIly manufactured for Indians 11Iela contain nta1n nta1nIDe
ing I ng a large percentage e of cayenne ca nne pepper pepperFRIENDS pepperI
I FRIENDS DEPRECATE DEPR CATE WAR WARDeplore WARDeplore
Deplore D Pact That Christian Nations NationsSlay NationsSlay NationSlay I
Slay Bach ch Other OtherPhiladelphia OtherPbftacJelphla
Philadelphia Pa Dec 14 l 14The The TheAmerican TheAmeriean
American Frieols peace conference conferencewhich onCeren e ewhich
which w hich has been in session here for f r the thepast theput
past p ast three days came to an end to tonight tonlpt toight ¬
night n ight A declaration of the position positionof
of o f the Friends of America on the sun auoJect 300Ject
Ject J ect of war was issued during the cles clesing c1 s sme
ing l og session eea ion It states that the enter onference o1ference
ence is satisfied that lap lapse e of time hns hnsnot buDOt hsuot t
not n ot made neceacary a change IH the thepositir tlIepaeltk
positir p esith which the Friends have ha al always always alays ¬
ways w ays Uken on the subject of war warThe warTbe warThe
The establishment e of permanent venoan t in international jntelJatlonal inernational ¬
ternational t court of arbitration is fe > rec recognised recocnbed ¬
ognised o to be one of the greatest events eventsla eventsI
la I n the hitc tt T y of human society The Thedeclaration rhedecJaratlon Thieclaration
declaration d Jeptores < the fact that thatNations thatNations the theNations
Nations aiaking highest profession professionChristian et etChri8tian el
Christian C civilisation are at present en engaged ¬
gaged g aged in war with wit less civilised and andenlightened ftndenlightened anc enI I I
enlightened peoples and states sta tN that ancI it itla ii I
It la I n the belief lief of the th conference tlrat tlratthe tJ ta iit t ttJae I
the t he time has already come come when the theview
view v iew ot enlightened humanity should shouldtake thiI I
take m mJ Itself heard calling for nn ad adt I
JmUaent J tnient t of the matters at issue issueMILLIONS 1s8ues 1s8ueMIlpONS i
s
MILLIONS MIlpONS MILLIONSHAVE HAVE DIED DIEDjHM DIEDM
4 jHM ithe thw M Pami Pawiae Predicted for China ChinaThis chinaThis 5
This Spring SpringPeMn SpriDCP
PeMn P Dec MrThe 1 Tbe TbeaN ChrisOaa Her Heralds ¬
alds aN a ids commIssioner who is investigat investigating lav tigat tigatlac ¬
InveetigatI
ing l ag the famine in China writer from fromSianfu tnwSlantu tro I
Sianfu S lanfu province of Shensi Shen l that the theautumn theaut1PlU1 tb S
tbI
autumn a crops will furnish food for a afew aIe i I
few Ie f ew months but being the first s ucI sue ic iccessful
cessful c ssfu crop tn five years will not sueC be besufficient be8Uftlcient b C
sufficient s to lastuntil ta Iset t until the n nvept <
I
vept v est t is gathered gathtredand and d he pr prrepetition pres presectIton > a arepetlton
repetition r of the amine in the tiIHilng eTelngirtng Ing
spring 5 He estimates that the d dqith athf t tfiOm
from f rom famine in Shone proriaee prorlaeeiu prorlaeeiuer jiura
her h er 2JOoXiQ 2 2flO0 OOOOC or 30 l per cent of the jjsp ePuJatlon > jop
ulation u He rode for four t ur days day thnmrh th thvillagt
v villagt lage > f north of the WeiHi river riverering
dirtag d ering this time saw ea hardly baltllypi 389 N j
pie pi p ie The Tt whole > region is itaaotatecL de IaedJ i I iI I
Chile i fn4 n4 Ar A Arentine e eJltine tln f fYIEnra
Vienna Dec 14 HThe The Argentine rlent ne con consul on ¬ I Iul
sul s ul general here h rP writes to the Nee Net NetPrei
Prei Presse that he has received talC ui talCatches
patches V tehes announcing that Chile Ch e In Inraady blto
raady r to accept all just claims and
that Argentines apprehensions of war
are unfounded unfoundedRone unfoundedRome unfoundedRome
Rome Dee 14 lLTIte The Seoolo Sea Io says y that
the t he Chilean reply to Argentinas l u1 note
te most t satisfactory and that the prab JIIN I Iability
abJHty of war aas been dtaHpated dtaHpatedBold dlWpatedBold Pted PtedBold
Bold Bad Robbaxtf RobbaxtfHot Bobber
Hot Springs Ark rk Dec 14 HTwo HTwon 14Twonaked Two Twoaked
naked n < ked men entered the Chicago club clubroom i
room 1O < JD1 opposite the Arlington hotel tel a
few minutes after ftfr T oclock tonight tonightaid toni senightaid ht htald
aid at tie point of pistols pi tol compelled
Henry Turner to deliver a roll of bills billsamounting bUtsamountin hUlaamountint
amounting amountin to 500 They thou rifled the themoney taMmoney th thmoney
money dr draV drawn ws 1I of about Ieo 100 The rob ¬
bers escaped escapedBeer esa escape d
t a
1 1Beer
Beer Hurts Them ThemMerlin ThemHrlil1 Themlrlin
Merlin Dec 14 HTh4o The emperor araog arttOr4J modga modgavuiety a avaitety auiety
vaitety uiety of t new subjects engaging e enga ig his at attention attfntion attentlon ¬
tention in looking into the relations of ofthe o othe oft
the t he German workmens productiveness productivenessnil
nil the use of beer during working worl nJ hours
His HI majestys inquiries among employers erapktyeniand
and it nd students Itu knt3 < of social questions indicate indicatethat Indicatethat indicatsthat
that h < regards rt ardl the be beer r now drunk drunku rag regularly raguarly ¬
ularly u arly on fjctory premises as appreci appreciflitrimcntal apprecicitriI1Hal apprecirIrlrnntaI
flitrimcntal to both accuracy it e w wBiaOi wttk wttkIUaJ1li wand
BiaOi > iti tJjr and a ampunt of product productChoate productChoate
4 4Cheats
Choate Ses Pxwident PxwidentWashington P PiesidentWashington ident identWashinKton
Washington Dec 14 HAmbassador 14Ambassadorhoate Ambassador AmbassadorChoate I
Choate < ooa tp called on the president today todayutd todaytid t
utd had an extended conference with withhim withhim lth
him The rhu ambassador will return to Ms Mspost lIsIu hisit
I
post Iu t at it the > uint urt of St St James Jan Ii Iiia Iic
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I INTENSE COLD COLDNOW COLDNOW COLDNOW
NOW PREVAILS PREVAILSMercury PREVAILSM PREVAILSMercury
+ +
Mercury M rcurJ falls Falls Ava Away Vay Below Belo the theZero theZero theZero
Zero Mark MarkSEVERAL MarkSEVERAl MarkSEVERAL
SEVERAL SEVERAL FROZEN FROZtN fa 1 TO DEATH IlEAT DEATHH ETOKENTUCKY i ix11NTUOKY
L j jKENTUOKY
H +
KENTUCKY x11NTUOKY TREATED TO GBNTI GBNTIINB GENUINE GBNUINE
INE NORTHERN WEATHER WEATHERWahmgton WBATIDiRWarhingtono
+ 4 4Tarhlogtn
Wahmgton Dec M 14Tbe Th weather weatherrenu etber etber1IIIIreeu
bHreu renu reports severe storms t li all over overthe OTerte overthe
the world America is not the only onlysMCerer onlyiWferer onlyerer
sMCerer erer by any means Severestorms Sev SeverestormSbgre lestorms j jkaire je
kaire e prevailed and are still prevailing prevailingIn I Iin Iin I
in the British isles and4 and ° throughout throughoutnorthern throughoutOIthem throughoutorthern j I i
northern Europe EuropeOf EuropeOf EuroseOf
Of the local situation A JHenry JHenryforecast J Henry Henryforecast Henryforecast
forecast official says saysThe saysThe saysThe
The cold wave predicted p icted by the theweather theweather theweather
weather bureau for the middle Mis Mississippi Mbsilslppi MIssissippi ¬
sissippi and Missouri valleys and the theupper theupper theupper
upper lake region has spread to the theeastward theea theeaitward
eastward ea and southeastward soathwtward as a tar as asChicago asChicago asChicago
Chicago and St Louis at both places placestemperatures placestemperatures placestemperatures
temperatures falling ftftyfour degrees degreesduring degreesdurinII degreesdurinr
during the last twentyfour hours hoursreaching hoursrea hoursreaching
reaching rea hlng six below at Chicago and andaero andzero andzero
zero at St Louis The front et the thecold theeokl thecold I
cold wave today extends from north northern JIOrtherR northera ¬
erR Illinois southwestward to Arkan Arkansas ArkanIn Arkanans ¬
sas In all al of this region the temper tmp temperattire r rature
attire hAs fallen from forty < to firty
j decrees in the last twentyfour hours noursThe hoursThe hoursThe
The cold wave WT promises promt es to be severe severeI severednrng
I during d rlnJ at least Jea t two days It will ex extend ectend entend ¬
tend eastward and southeastward southeastwardreaching sout stward stwardre
reaching re the Atlantic AUant coast t t districts by bySandav byStlndav
Sandav A decided decl ed fall m In tempera temperature temperature
ture will occur south of the Ohio river riverand riverand
and east of the Mississippi It sialppl river riverFrozen riTerFrozen
Frozen at t St Paul PaulDispatches PaulDispatches
I Dispatches from St Paul say that thatthe thatthe thatthe
the mercury yesterday y terday reached re ehed two twodecrees twode
decrees de ees below zero Ev EYsn n colder colderweather colderweather solderweather
i
weather was reported at other points pointsin
in the northwest There was consider considerable considerable considerable
able suffering su erin in the country countryJoseph countryJo countryJose
Joseph Jo h Zulager 65 years of age a afarmer afarmer afarmer
farmer living in Bentog county fail failin feUin fellin
in the snow sn o and f frose rose to death within withinforty withinfOlty withinforty
forty rods of his home homeOne homeOne
One Death at Milwaukee MilwaukeeMilwaukee lrIi 1IijwaukeeMIlwaukee waukee waukeemwaukee
Milwaukee reports eleven degrees be below beJow ¬
low zero the record of the weather weatherthere weetherUer weatherthere
there Uer An unknown man was found foundfr roundfrzn foundftereit
fr frzn z n to death d th in the public school schoolyardat sohoolyar schoolyaI
yardat yar rat at Wauwatosa Wauwtosasuburbo a suburb of Mil Milwaukfte MlIwauk Milwaiik0u
waukfte wauk The Tbbod body was thinly olad and andit andIts andIt
it Its js supposed SUDoo the man was seeking seekingshtur seekinsshattor seekingshetur
shtur when he was oVferdbme from fromnumbness fromnurhbness
numbness numbnessJSevere nurhbnessS nuhibnessvere
JSevere S vere cold prevails throughout the thestStfe thestate
state stStfeTwo Two Succumb at Chicago ChicagoTJie
TJie The thermometer r at Chicago regis registered registerr ¬
tered terr eight below in the th morning which whichfell whichfeU
fell to fifteen before night A liberal liberalfall liberaltall
fall of snow preceded the drep
The death of two workiRgmen to today today ¬
day is attributed to the frigidity frigidityIn idity idityIn
In Old Kentucky KentuckyThe X8 KentuckyThe tuCky tuCkyThe
The first general snow s ow of the season seasonIn MUOnin
In JCentuoky fell yesterday e terda and a cold eoldwave old oldwaVe
wave is being felt throughout t practic practically practically ¬
ally the entire state The mercury merc ry fell fellforty tellforty
forty degrees de rees during Friday night nightMissourlans RightMissourians
Missourians Are Shown ShownTen
Ten Ten below belo was the recorainjKansas recorainjKansasCity reco recorTIn In Kansas KansasCity
City Cold weather prevails all over overthe overI
the th e state No moderation is predicted predictedfor predictedtwentrtour
for twentyfour hours hoursDrowned hoursDrowned hoursDrowned
Drowned in a a Storm StormThe StormThe
The heavy h avy wind lnc awT > rai ri lti ltiight Friday Fridaynight lndsynirht
n night ight resulted iajtnv drowning e et Ed EdReynolds EdReynolds Edeynolds
r Reynolds R eynolds a ftehfcrmtm hiswife and andinfant andinfant andfant
infant in fant and two twouothers others narrowly narro ly es escaped escaped enaped ¬
caped c < death They were on a house houseboat houseb9at houseeat I
1 boat b eat moored near the mouth of Rich Rlchltu1d Richnd
land la nd creek near Nashville and the thesudden thesudden theudden
sudden s rise of the waters broke its itsmoorings Itsmoorings Itsoorings
moorings m and the wind Ind drove the boat boatinto b08tInto boatto
Inw into In to the middle of Cumberland river riverwhere riverwhere riverhere
where w here It capsized and sank sankMississippi sankMississippi sank1uissis
Mississippi 1uissis ipp1 Closing ClosingThe ClosingThe
The Mississippi ln lsslppl river at La Croasechannel Crosse
Wis W in is closed ice forming In the thechtuHJel thehannel I
channel c At S oclock the government governmentthermometer goverRmentthermometer goveramenihermometer
thermometer t registered 2S 2 degrees be below below bew ¬
low lo w zero
zeroCoM
CoM at Denver DenverFourteen DenverFourteen DenverFourteen
Fourteen degrees below zero was wasthe wasthe i ihe
the t he temperatur recorded by the t e Den Denver Denar ¬
ver w ar weather bureau at 7 a m mYesterday mYesterday
Yesterday Yesterd at Cheyenne Wyo it was wasM w wasbelow 8
M below belo zero and at Lander Wyo 24 24below 2 4 I Ielow
below b elow
SEVERE IN OKLAHOMA OKLAHOMACattle OKLAHOMAOattle OKLABOMAattle
Cattle C attle Perishing in iLrgeNumbers Large Numbers NumbersIndians NumbersIndians
Indians Freeze FreezeGuthrie
Guthrie Okla Ohm Dec 14 1IThe The blizzard bMzzardwhich 1
which w hich has been raging over Oklahoma Oklahomaand Oklahomai I
and a nd Indian Territory since Thursday Thursdayat rhursda rhursdat hursdayat
at a t midnight has done great damage to tostock tostock ti titock
stock s in western Oklahonv where here the theranges theran thi I
ran ranges r es are unprotected and 81 a cattlemen i Ii
had b ad not anticipated the sudden suddenchcange suddenchcange suddeiheange I
chcange c The same is true In all por portion porions ¬
ions t of the two territories The pro proonged ¬
longed Jon l drouth of the summer Injured Injuredall I
all a ll stock and their tbelrcondltion condition was not notgood notgoodenou no t tood
good goodenou g ood enough 1 to withstand tbe fierce fiercenorther ftercenorther a asorher
norther northerFrom northerFrom sorherFront
From the Creek Cr k aqd Cherokee na ftatlo flubo1 ¬
tions tlo t bo1 of Indian Territory are reports reportsof a af
of o f intense suffering among mOn the full
blood b bb lood Indians whose e crop cro were ruined rulneiy
by b y the drouth Unverified rumors Of8 from fronsolated
isolated i districts report several deaths deathsamong deatlt8among S Smong
among a mong Ute younger un et fuHMpeda fuHMpedaThe tuN fuHbpodsThe
The ThebJlzzard blizzard is proving a a great grea t tardship
hardship hard h hlp to the settlers settle in the new newcountr ne necountr I Iounty
countr c who are living in I tents and andshacks
shacks
BBIZZAKD IN TEXAS TEXASBig TEXASBig TEXASig
Big B ig losses in Cattle Are Expected by bythe bythe bythe
the Stockmen StockmenFort StockmenFOIt ZtoczkmenFort
Fort Worth Tex Dee 14 14Tbe The bliz blizzard bllzarel bHzssrd ¬
zard prevailing over the Panhandle of ofTexas oCTex ofexas
Texas Tex T exas wfl Wftt lIkely pre e a disastrous disastrousone dlllHtroune
one o oI ne to rGattieinen csti vnen en There has II been a aoug
k Jon I oug ng dry 4j 1jieJJ y and feed has been beenscarce heenscarce beencarce
scarce s and high preventing any an great greatamount greatmount t tamount
amount a of provision provl ton for the wintering
of o f cattle The entire section ts covered
with 1th snow now and K It stays on the theground theground theround
ground g round for any length of time the thecattle theCIlttJe thecattle
cattle not in prime condition will 111 die diey
by y hundreds hundredsOLOTJDBUEST hundredCLOUDBURST hundredsCLOUDBURST
CLOUDBURST IN TENNESSEE TENNESSEEMany TENNESSBEMany
TENNESSI1EI I
Many People Being Driven From FromTheir FromTheir rom romTheir
Their Homes HomesChattanooga RomesChattanoop HomesChattanooga
Chattanooga Tenn Dec 14 14A A spe special speetal apem ¬
cial e m to the News from rota Spring City CityTenn CityTean I ITenn
Tenn says s a cloudburst in the moun mounalus I
tsJns t last tight forced Pleat river rherout rheroutof out outof outf
of o f its banks from three to five feet feethigher feethigher feethigher
higher than ever kno known n before efore and andflooded andfloodecl andflooded
flooded the town driving many people pe ple
from their homes and damaging clamaglnprop clamaglnproperty prop property propcity
erty About A bout lid teet < eet et of Cincinnati nati
Souther track trackfifteeit waf w wi ih 4i > A1Wf J > Jfly JflyNo
MteeJt h ptes atter tS eatl r f2n I
No 3 s tftKboun Hbou pV = War It this thisniprn1n his hismprning I
mprning The waters are still rising
and rain still falling fallingTTBRY flUn flUnVERY fallingvEBY
VERY COLD IN TOPEKA TOPBKAWheat TOPBXAWheat TOPEKAWheat
Wheat Crop Vicinity Killed X1lledSeveral X1lledSeveralLives KilledSeveralLives Several SeveralLives
Lives Lost LostTopeka LostTopeka LostTopeka
Topeka Kan Deo D M 14LUe Late reports repartsfrom reportsfrom reportsfrom
from aM oYe over r the atat tat are re to the th ef efffet etfttt
ffet fct t that at the temperarore tem temper4fre re te sitgbtl sltgbttJtaJth I
HsUts although agh the cold d is still UU Ip
tense tenseLives tenseLives
Lives lost so far as known tonight tonightnumber tonightnumber
number onl on three Reports tell of ofherders otherders ofherders
herders on the plains who wh have not et etreturned J
returned and the are feared to have haverilllted haveprrlshed
prrlshed rilllted j
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I Damage among sto stQ4Jk k is widespread
I The farmers were not prepared for the thesudden thesudden tJesudden
sudden change in the weather and had hadno l1adno hadno
no adequate protection for their sail sttimla sailthils 1 1malls
mla Considerable stock has tiled
though numbers are at this thl time un unobtainable tinobtainable ¬
obtainable obtainableA btalnablA
j A dispatch from Peabody tenlghtS8yg innightsays tonight tonightsays
says the wheat whe f Tn that district haS haSbeen heb ha habeen
been b n killed by the cold SaUna re reports reports reports ¬
ports that wheat there is in bad con ¬
dition but will be saved vecl if the cold coldabates coldabates coldabates
abates tonight There has been en no nosnow no5now nosnow
snow in the wheat region and the ce cereal ce ceIeal noreal ¬
real is thus unable to withstand the
intense cold
j
Ships S i1Js Go Down DownL
London L ndon Dec 14 14Although Although abating
over the channel the tb storm on the theeast theeast theeast
east coast of great Britain coat Q centinpos JtJ I apes es
fierce fierceThe fierceThe fierceThe
The British bark Wave Queen sank Sfinkthis sankthis
this morning off West Hartlepool j i
Seven of her crew were drowned j I
The Spanish steamer Alangueta Alan eta I
from Hamburg with twenty men on I
board went ashore near Sunderland
The rocket brigade twice got a line lineon lineon
on board the steamer but the crew crewwere
were apparently unable to understand
the apparatus Many minor wrecks
involving loss of life are reported reportedOne reportedOne reportedOne
One Dead in Wisconsin WisconsinMilwaukee WisconsinU1waukee WisconsinMilwaukee
Milwaukee Wis Dec 14 HSo So far one on one1 one1death
death from the severe cold has been beenreported beenreported beenreported
reported in the state statethat that of Philip
KronenbQrger lronenb ger an inmate of an alms
house at Wauwatosa He was 71 years yearsold y yearsold ars arsold
old He was found dead this morning
in the vicinity of the Wauwatoea
high school where it is supposed he hewas hewas
was overcome at a time when he was wasseekinsr wasseekln2 wasseeking
seeking shelter s shelterOne eIter eIterOne
One Dead at S St Paul
St St Paul Dec 14 14one One man Joseph
Zulager is reported as having per
ished here His sleigh was upset and
being left senseless death soon ensued ensuedThree ensuedThree
Three at Chicago ChicagoChicago Chica o oChicago
Chicago Dec 14 HThe The names of the
victims v of the storm today are John
Grammar G rammar a teamster John Hays no
occupation OC o upat1on and an unknown who
dropped d ropped dead of heart failure
super
induced i by cold coldAged coldAged
Aged Woman Perishes PerishesLeavenworth PerishesoLeavenworth
Leavenworth Kari Dee 14 141Ir8 Mrs
John J ohn Duke aged 50 was discovered
frozen fe f rozen to deat in her home this
evening e
Negro Succumbs Succumbsto to Cold ColdllarshaU
Marshall Mo Dee 14 HJasper 14Jasper Jasper A
Walker a a negro was frozen to death
on o n the street last night nightlORD
LORD L ROSEBERY IS ISCONSIDERED ISCONSIDERED
CONSIDERED AS lilT lilTLondon UITJi IT ITLondon
London Dec 14 HThe The most talkedof
man in England today is Lord Rose
bery b ery In anticipation of his speech on
Monday Chesterfield is filling up with
special s correspondents who send long
dispatches d describing deJcribln the ferment and
local l excitement So great has been
the t he demand for admission to the hall
In I n which Lord Rosebery will speak that
thousands t of applications for seats
have h ave been refused Such intense inter interest Interest Interat ¬
est e at could scarcely be awakened by any
other oth o oC ther r figure in Englands recent politi poJ1tial ¬
cal C al history historyNo historYNo
No one on seems to have the faintest
Idea i of what Lord Rosebery is likely
to t o say His cryptic forecast of his hi in inentions ¬
tentions t has gradually raised public
curiosity c to fever pitch and If he only
intends I to gratify this by middleof
theroad t announcements he h stands In higreat Ingreat
great g reat danger of forever shattering what whatreputation wha whareputation
reputation he has for serious s rfous purposes
Yet as the Standard points out his
declaration of willingness to lead the themperialist
imperialist i liberals would not bring bringoffices brtn
him m mulre resupi sUporters orters > tha thait could till thf th thoffices
offices Sir Henry Hen 1 CampbellBannef CampbellBannefman
man liberal leader of the house of ofcommons ofcommons
commons controls the rank and file fileand fileand
and the party organization organizationAll
All kinds of rumors are rife the like ¬
liest of which may be mentioned It
is that Lord Rosebery intends at least
laying J ing the foundations fo ndat1ons of a new party partywhich partywhich partywhich
which will hive h ve himself Sir Edward
Grey Herbert Her ert H Aequith and Sir I
Henry H Fowler as its shining stars
If the erpremler merely continues his hislonely hitlonely
lonely furrow attitude the Chester ¬ I
field meeting will iI1 be one of the hugest
jokes j k s ever e er played on the country countryCreed countrYOreed countryCreed i
Creed Revision Finished FinishedWashington FinishedWashington
Washington Dec 14 HThe The Presbyterian Presbyteriancommittee Presbyteriancnmmlttee I Icommittee
committee on creed revision concluded
Its session here this afternoon Before I
the adjournment the committee finished finisheda I
a a tentative statement of the revision by b P IP
declaratory declarator statement and appointed a asubcommittee asubcommittee u L LsubcommIttee
subcommittee composed of Judge Edward I
Humphrey Rev Re S J Nlccols Rev D
W Fisher Rev William McKibbon and ant i
Dr Moffat to whom hom was referred refJTedthe refJTedthesubject the thesubject 3 3subject
subject of textual revision The sub subcommittee subcommittee subcommittee
committee was directed to submit Its re report re report ¬
port at the meeting of the full commit ¬
tee to be held in Philadelphia on Feb 5 5Fireman it 1 pi
U81
Fireman Was Asleep AsleepSt
St Joseph Mot Mo Dee 14 HThe The city cit r
hall at Nebraska City was destroyed by b I
fire last night and a part of the fire fir S
department apparatus burned A sleep ¬
ing hose cart driver was injured Loss LossGod Los 3
15000 115000God 15000God I
God Save Our Lord the King KinprLondon Xin XinLondon
London Dec Dec 14 14The The national natio al an anthem a athem anthem 4
them Is now undergoing revision In Instead Instead Instead ¬
stead of God Save Our Gracious S
King the refrain will be changed to ti p i
God Save Our Lord the King KingSTOBIIISOPIiTAGABA r I ISTORIES
111I 111ISTORIES
STORIES STOBIIISOPIiTAGABA STOBIIISOPIiTAGABASome OF NIAGARA NIAGARASome NIAGARASome I
Some of the Foolhardy Feats Per Performed PerformedIn Pexformed
formed formedIn In Its Waters WatersSan WatersSan
I
San Francisco Call
The recent remarkable feat of Mrs MrsAnna lIrsAnno K
Anna E Taylor in going over the theHorseshoe th e
Horseshoe falls falls of Niagara Niag ra In a barrel barrelrecalls bilrreirecaJis barn 11 11recalls
recalls other thrilling experiences experience end endperformances andperformances nd ndperformances
performances at Niagara The Indian Indianlegend IndlaRlegend
legend connected with Niagara asserts assertsthat a sertsthat asertzthat
that the Indians who dwelt in that vi vicinity vicinity viemiLy ¬
cinity worshiped the Great Spirit of the
falls their worship culminating annu annually annually annually ¬
ally In the sacrifice of the fairest mal malden malden maiden
den of the tribe to the Great Spirit of
Niagara laden with fruit and flowers
Since then many lives have been sacri ¬
fired voluntarily or involuntarily In
the mighty current and many deeds deedof of
daring attempted and performed there
for the sake of notoriety or money The i
following instances of this kind art sr
taken from The Niagara Book by W
D Howells Mark Twain Professor Na ¬
thaniel S Shaler and others collected
In a chapter entitled Dramatic Inci ¬
dents written by Orrin 0mm E Dunlop
During the final twenty years of the th thJast
last century says Mr Dunlop the ef efforts ertorts eftorts ¬
torts to attain notoriety through some
Niagara feat were perhaps more fre4 ire trequent irequent +
quent than ever before but as far baclj baci bacias
as 1827 Niagara Itlgarn was recognized as an
Ideal place where great crowds might
be assembled by thrilling Incidents t1Clden ts tsAbout
About the first feature of this charac character charactel
ter was the sending of the pirate Mich ¬
igan over the falls on the afternoon afternnon9f o oSept
Sept 8 1827 182 This vessel v el was W it alttl1 Wt the t twof
iimVpqof ttI1 O wof 2f the largest of her e fcfalfe rsbut but
had bfericondemned b en condemned by her er wriers dwn ners r as asunfit dunfit a aunfit
unfit to longer sail the lakes Dressed Dressedas
as a pirate she was loaded with wild wildand wile wileand wildand
and tame animals and with a crew < rew in ineffigy ineffigy ineffigy
effigy was towed to the foot of Navy
isand and set adrift She was caught caughtb caughtby
by b the current and hurled through the theupper tbeupper theupper
upper rapids and over the Horseshoe Horseshoefalls Horseshoefalls
falls It was never recorded that any anyof anyat anyof
of the animals were recaptured to be besent besent besent
sent to the th museums in New York Yorkotitrea1
Montreal and London as was the in intention ¬
tention Coaches left Buffalo uaa o on the theafternoon tl1 theafternoon I
afternoon of the 7th df t September to toaCcommodate toaCcommodate
accommodate the t e crowds and all the theNlagafa theNiagara i
Niagara hotels were w e full of guests suutstmong guestsmdn
tmong mdn the crow crOwd dnwn to the fans fansI
b by tiifs this Incident Incident was Sam Patch a man manwho manwho
who had hadwon won fame f me at Pawiucket P wtqcket falls faitSt
t
c
>
and other eastern points as a high highJumper highjumper highJumper
Jumper He Ieerected erected a platform at the thewaters thewaters thewatern
waters edge of the debris slope just justnorth justnorth Justnorth
north Qf the Biddie Stairs and from fromthis tromtbt fromtbIn
this tbt plojfprm leaped into the river the theheight thehelght thehdhtdf
height hdhtdf f the jump being about ninety
feet Patch was considered a wonder wonderbut wonderbut wonderhilt
but shortly after his Niagara experi experience experlence egperlonce ¬
ence he lost 1 st his life in a leap from the theGenesee tbeQenesee theGenesee
Genesee falls in Rochester Rochestero RochesterOne RochesterOne
5 5One > o > <
One of the most daring feats ever everperformed eerpertorJ11ed everperformed
performed at Niagara Falls was that thatof thatof thatof
of Joel Robinson and his two associ associates assooiat associatea ¬
ates at Maclntyre and Jones on June 6 6whirlpool 613E
1twhen 13E when they voyaged through the thewhtrrpOQI thewhirlpool
whirlpool rapids in the steamer Maid MaWOf MaidOf Maidof
Of the Mist The boat was libeled and andmortgaged androoftgaged andzuotgaged
mortgaged to such an extent that the thewatersof thewa thewnters
watersof wa wnters of f the Niagara were vere too warm warmforher warmreiher warmforher
forher SndRobinson pd Robinson Agreed to deliver deliverher deliverher deliverher
her at a Canadian lake port On the theafternoon theafternoon theafternoon
afternoon of the day mentioned to the thesurprise thesurprise thesurprise
surprise of all who saw the boat in inright Instead instead
stead ot heading over her usual course courseup courseup
up the river her bow was directed directedright I Iright
right into the rapids with the waves wavesof wavesof wavesoC
of which she was socn battling It was wasthe wasthe wasthe
the nrst first trip of the kind ever eY r made madebut madebut madebut
but under a full head of steam she shemade shemade shemade
made the th trip in safety afet the stack be being beIng betug ¬
ing swept swep away alWa in the seething waters watersRobinson watersRobinson watersRobinson
Robinson was born in Springfield SpringfieldMass SpringfieldMass SpringfieldMass
Mass He died in 1S6S 1S6SIf 1863If 186 186If
If any man deserves the title of ofHero o onero offlero
Hero of the Whirlpool Rapids it is isCarlisle isCarlisle IsCarlisle
Carlisle D Graham a Philadelphia Philadelphiacooper PhlladeJphlacooi Philadelphiacooper
cooper who 00 despite Webbs death deathtraveled deatbtraveled deathtraveled
traveled to Niagara determined to toshow tosbow toshow
show the world that he had confidence confidencethat confidencethat confidencethat
that he could go through the rapids rapidsand rapidsand rapidsand
and live as well as being willing to risk riskhis rl riskhis k khis
his life in a barrel of his own construc construction construction construetbon ¬
tion Graham made his first trip on onthe onthe onthe
the afternoon of Sunday July 11 1886 1886going 1886golng 1866gotng
going way to Lewlston the trip oc occupying1 occupying oceupylng ¬
cupying1 about thirtyfive minutes minutesGraham minutesGraham minutesraham
i Graham G rode In a barrelweighted barrel weighted at attiio atthe athe
tiio the t < bottom The height of the barrel
was w as such that he could stand nearly nearlyupright n rly rlyuprIght
upright u In it and the top was w of a aarger 8larger aarger
ul
arger l dlameter di meter than the bottom On Onhursday OnThursday
hursday T Aug 10 1886 Graham made madesecond
1 second se ond trip going as far as the thewhirlpool the1o
whirlpool 1o Ir1pool In this trip his head pro protruded protruded ¬
truded t through the top of the barrel barrelthroughout barrelthrQughout
throughout t the entire trip He made madea madethird
a a third trip June 15 1887 and on Aug
K 2 6 1889 he made a fourth trip using usinga
a barrel of much smaller size and go gong goIng gong ¬
Ing I ng way through to Lewiston Graham Grahamwill Grahamwill Grahamill
will w ill be remembered as never having
disappointed d a gathering His nerve nervenever nervenever
never n ever failed him himCopying himCopying
Copying somewhat the idea that Graham Gra Gramm
hG j ham h mm am had developed so o successfully successfully3eorge successfoll
G 3eorge orge Haslett slett and William Potts of ofJuffalo ofBuffalo
j Buffalo B made a a trip through the rapids rapidsIn
I In n a barrel said to be of their own con construction constru ¬
struction stru s Uon on n Sunday Aug 8 1886 The Thebarrel Thebarrel Thearrel
1 barrel b bb arrel they used more closely resem resemjled resembled resemled
bI bled b the familiar type of barrel hav havq haviQg
iQg I q qg no unusual features of form formTwo formTwo
Two weeks after Haslett and Potts Pottstad Pottstad
h tad ad made a trip there appeared at
Niagara a a Boston policeman named W WJ WJ
J Kendall The date was Aug 22 221SS6
1SS6 1 885 Unannounced Kendall went wentthrough wentthrough
through t the rapids to the whirlpool whirlpoolprojected whirlpoolproJecte
projected p by only a cork life preserver preserverAll preserverAll
All A ll previous trips had been announced announcedbut
but b ut Kendall slipped through with only onlya
a few spectators accidentally on the thecliffs thecliffs
cliffs c or bridges to bear witness For Forthis Fortbis
this reason some have felt that the trip tripwas tripW6 tripwas
was never made but men of Integrity Integrityare
are a re known who witnessed the perform performIn rform rformance ¬
ance anceIn a nce
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In the t e same barrel that was used by
Haslett and Potts Miss Sadie Allen Allenand AllenaDd AlIennd
and a nd George Haslett made a trip
hrough t the rapids on Nov 38 188 nsc
Miss Allen was the only onlywoml woman n who wholad whoad
lad h ad ever made the journey through the
Niagara gorge gorgeNext gorgeNext gorgeext
Next ext on onAugo Aug 28 28u > 18S7 Charles Alex Alexander len lexander lennder ¬
ander a nder Percy of
Niagara Falls made madesuccessfuI a asuccessful
successful s trip through the rapids to
the t he whirlpool in a boat of orhis his own con construction constructI ¬
struction structI s n This led Robert William
Flack of Syracuse to travel to Niagara Nlag Niagarao ra
to t o demonstrate the merits of a boat
he had h d built Percy rcy and Flack Iiiaeksigned signed signedarticles
articles of agreement aSTee n nt for a a race aee
t through the rapids but Flack was first
to show If IChis his craft was seaworthy
On the afternoon of July 4 ThiS Flack Flackmade Flackmade
made this trip and he went down to
death Flacks boat was a clinker pat ¬
tern In the trip rlp through throughthe Tthe rapids I
it capsized three times but Flack re ¬
mained main d in the boat because he was held
there bya by a harness harness ricking rhr Ing about a his hlabody hisbody
body It was wa a a frightful spectacle this thistrip thistrip
trip of Flacks and was witnessed by bythousands bythousands
thousands of people The last Jasttime time the theboat thehoatcapsized
boat hoatcapsized capsized was on o the final big wave waveat waveat waveat
at the entrance to the whirlpool High Highin Highin Highin
in the air the boat tossed tos ed It stood on onend onend onend
end for an Instant and then it toppled toppledover toppledover toppledover
over on poor Flack From the point pointwhere pointwhere pointwhere
where the boat capsized it floated about aboutthe aboutt
the t e pool upside down for an hour or ormore ormore oxmore
more until captured on the Canadian Canadianslde Canadianside F Fside
side Flack was found hanging dead I
by the straps he had placed there to toaid toaid I Iaid
aid him to save his life lifeOn lifeOn lifeOn
On July 9 1900 Peter NIssen also I 1
known as Bowser appeared at the i
falls and announced his intention of go
Ing through the rapids NIssen Ni n was a a a I
bookkeeper and the boat in which he hemade hemade hi himade
made the trip was built after his own
ideas In length the boat was twenty r
feet It had a beam of six feet and a u L Lof >
d apth pth of four four our feet It was decked decketall deckedaU I Iall
all over with w th the exception of a small smalcockpit smalloockpit I Icockpit
cockpit in the center There were two twoair twoair twiair
air compartments in the front and ia Ii I
the roar and one on each side of the thecockpit a acockpit
cockpit To the keel of the boat prop ¬
er hunt an Iron keel weighing 1280 1280peunda l2iOPfunds 0 0pounds
pounds It was after 4 oclock when I
Niesen and his boat
came out of an aneddy aneddy ax I Ieddy
eddy in tow of a rowboat After being
set adrift he got caught in an eddy cOd V
just above the rapids and had to be bestarted bestarted hi S Sstarted i
started again It was approaching 5 5oclock Iioclock 5oclock i
oclock before he was In the rapids I
His craft rode the waves magnificent I
ly It was a glorious sight quite In con contraat contra8t contrast
traat with the spectacle presented by b t r
Flack and his little craft Never once e
did Nissens boat capsize for all it was waswavewashed waswavewushed wa S Swavewashed 5
wavewashed frequently After reach reachag
ing l ag the whirlpool Nissen and his boa boaeated boat 1
floated h eated about until captured when NIs NIssen NlsHn Nm Nmson
son landed NIssen was from Chicago I
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The barkeeper is a shrewd judge of ofhuman orhuman c if ifhuman
human nature He Is behind the scenes scenesin scenesin is isIn s
in everyday life To him is revealed the thesecrets thesecrets lb 0 0secrets B
secrets of the home and the business businesscircle s scircle S Scircle i
circle Over their liquor at the saloon saloonbar a abar
i bar men talk unreservedly about their theirIndividual theirJndhIt1ual thai Ir r
Individual affairs and the barkeeper Irr r
hears many a secret Fortunes have hay e a
been made by barkeepers in following followin g j
up tips learned over the liquor counter counterIt r rIt
It was the conversation between two twoCalifornia twoCalifornia tw 0 0t 3
California miners that led to the com combination combination cornbination t ¬
bination which finally developed t he hegreat hegreat h e egreat s
great Bonanza silver mine Barkeep Barkeepers I Iera ¬
ers in saloons frequented by sporting sportingmen sportingmen g gmen ii
men often dron on tips which bring bringthemgood bringthem brin g gthemg000 5
themgood them good winnings at pool ropm bet betI betI
I know one barkeeper who more than thandoubles thandoubls tha thadoubles n
doubles his salary by attentively attentivel y
listening to the chat between well wellknown wellknown we 11 I
known betting men and following their theirsuggestions theirsugg thea theasuggestions In r
suggestions sugg suggestionsput tlons tlonsut
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But put ut It I tIs ls in judging human nature natureti nat re reft e ethbarkeeper
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ti ft t Olf barkeeper most distinguishes distinguisheshlntself dlstingu1sheshh Is IsI
hlntself hh iithesits 18 lt He learns from long experi experience experience oxper I ¬
ence to size up every man known or orunknown orunkt t r
unknown unkt own who comes before him Even Bventhe Eventhe Bva tin in n
Bvai
the kind of drink ordered by the cus customer CUItamer i ¬
tamer is to him an indication of char charaotar ch r raotGI r
aotar He knows that when a man mancomes mancomes ma a 11
comes into his saloon at an early hour hourIn hourIn box mair ir
In the morning and nervously orders ordersa ordei rs s j
a cocktail dry the nervous system of ofthe ofthe
the applicant has been upset systemI by a de debauch debauch di I ¬ 1 I I
bauch When an order is given Iven for forstronger forstrongarJJquors fi r
stronger strongarJJquors liquors he can tell by the thequantity theCllIantlty ti xc e
tixc
quantity poured into the glass gla and the theway theway 11 11is xc e
way It Is drank whether the Imbiber is isa 3 I
a conficmBdrdrunknrd confi drunk td or a mere tip tippier tlj i i ipIer
pier An experienced n rIenced barkeeper could cou coube tljId Id j j jbe t ibe
be an expert exper In most pases of insanity insanityA insanit y
A man will call for forn foraball a bnU ball and drink drinkit drinktqul drir ik yik K
it tqul quietjr cIuI tl tl3 without attracting the atten aUeno I ¬
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tion of other men around him yet tbe th thbflrkeeper thbarkeeper
barkeeper knows that there Is a trace traceof traceof traceof
of decided insanity in the demeanor and andaction andaction
action of the individual individualI
ur II I can tell nine ftbtetlme time out of ten tensaid tensaid tensaid
said little Eddy Bdd who presides pre lde over the theKerker theKerker theKerker
Kerker bar Third avenue and One OneHundred OneHundred OneHundred
Hundred and Sixteenth street just justwhat justwhat j
what a manwants aa he approahes me meI
I may never have seen him before but butif butit butIf
if I am notattending not attending to toan an order and andhave andhave andhave
have time to look at him 1 usually de decide decide deobOe ¬
cide on the instant Just what he Is go goIng goIng gotag
Ing to ask for Any barkeeper can tell tellyou tellyOU tellyou
you that the men who habitually drink drinkwhisky drmkwhisky drinkwhisky
whisky or other strong liquor nqu r can be beeasily beeasily beeasily
easily distinguished from the beer beerdrinkers beerdrinkers beerdrinkers
drinkers Take the th former class classand classandyou and andyou
you can readily divide them into intoclasses intoclaaes nto ntoclasaes
classes Of course the majority want wantwhisky wantwhisky oantwhisky
whisky because it is the commonest commonestdrink c commonestdrink Dmonestdrink
drink but there is a large class de devoted dcvoted j
voted to other liquors Brandy men menform menform menform
form a small percentage but an old
barkeeper knows at a glance the
brandy men So it is with mixed
drinks Some customers custom rs are decided decidedconsistent decidedconsistent i iconsistent
consistent and regular In their tastes tastesothers tastesothers j i
others display uncertainty uneertalnt and hesi hesitation hesitation healtation ¬
tation and this test regarding humn humncharacter hUmtlRcharacter bumnacharacter
character is the most peculiar and In Interesting Inttre8tin intrestlng ¬
teresting in the career of a barkeeper
One Ott man will first ft t ask for a Manhattan Manhattancocktail Mannattaneoe
cocktail eoe oouiI taIl and then before the barkeeper barkeeperhas r rhaa
has filled a goblet with broken ice will willsuddenly wIl1sud4lenly willsuddenly
suddenly change his hi order to a whisky whiskycocktail whiskycocktail whiskycocktail I
cocktail That is a proof that his brain
Is in a cnaot < condition The man
knews that he needs a bracer and be begins begl begins ¬
gins gl on a mild one The rattle of the
ice in the sublet makes him shudder shudderaad shudder8Rd shudderand
and he at once realizes that he needs needssomething needssomething needssomething
something stronger than whisky and andvermouth andvpnnouth andvermouth
vermouth vermouthThe vpnnouthThe vermouthThe
The man who has been on a debauch
la physically unstrung un trung he Betrays a
tendency to tremble or shakes him himself himelf himself ¬
self as if cold though It may be a July Ju y
morning while the mentally upset cus cnnomer ¬
tomer t omer shows physical weakness and andeaoondencv j
dear dc8popdency d eaoondencv J l
The barkeeper who serves the man manseeking manseekIng maneeking
seeking s a hair of the dog that nan
itten b > him
overnight gives the cus cusomer cusomer
tomer t omer a stiff sUffqone bone whidh goes straight
to t o the spot and leads him to ask for foranother foranother fornother
another a of the same sort But tg the thementally thpmentally thementally
mentally depressed depres ed man a different differentreatment
treatment t Is accorded by the experi experienced experienced expeninced ¬
enced e mixer of drinks He elves the theman theman theman
man a soothing draught just enough enoughwhisky enoughwhisky enoughwhisky
whisky or gin to tone up his stomach
with a larger proportion of sugar and
bitters b > than given the man recovering
trom f rom overindulgence The habitual habitualrinker
drinker d revives under the strong dose doseadministered doseadm1nJsteredand
administered adm1nJsteredand a and the mentally de depressed depres deressed ¬
pressed p ed imbiber imbl er finds his system Invig ¬
orated o rated and his brain br ln refreshed refreshedg refreshedBurkeepers
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Barkeepers often settle domestic domesticquarrels domesticquarreJg domesticuarrels
quarrels q andkeep andke p man manarid and wife out of
the t he divorce court and the police sta stalon station etaion
lon l Any barkeper of experience can canell
tell t ell you stories where Indignant wives wivesave
have h ave followed their husbands into liquor liquoraloons
saloons s and created a a scene born of
ectlousy j or the fear that the family
breadwinner b will spend his earnings
over o ver the bar When that happens the thearkeeper
barkeeper b becomes the peacemaker He Hesoothes Hesoothes Heoothes
soothes s the indignant wife assures her
that t her jealousy is unfounded or orromises
romises p > that the husband shall go
home with her Husbands are some ¬
times t complainants against wives but
their t percentage cuts no ice with us
Women who give orders at the fam
ily i ly entrance afford a a closer insight into
human character than do d the men A A
barkeoer can tell in a second whether
the t he female customer is isa a novice or a
veteran veteranA
A barkeeper can tell you ou what busi ¬
ness a mans in after serving 5ervIn him
Lime on a coat betrays a mason or a amortar amortar amortar
mortar mixer Clean hands and well wellclipped wenc1ip
clipped c1ip c beard is indicative of a barber
Ink on a mans finzers shows the tb tb1rlter
writer or bookkeeper Stray threads oi oia 01 01a ona
a mans sleeve reveals the tailor while
the odor of leather
tells of the pres presence
ence of the shoemaker The nicotine
stained fingers of the thetclg tclg c1g cigarmaker rmaker the
blackened digits of the photographer
the facile hands and steely eyes of the thegam1 thegambler
gambler gam1 ler the rosin smeared and red
leaded ded overalls of the plumber the
metalsplashed trousers of the stereo
typer the inquisitive watchful man
ners of the newspaper reporter all lay
before the barkeeper like the leaves of
an ooen book The barkeeper is the
best b st judge of human nature in the world
and dont you forget f rget It ItDISEASES itDISEASES itDISEASES
DISEASES THAT HAT DO YOU GOOD GOODRheumatism GOODRheumatism GOODItheumatlsm
Rheumatism and Gout Prolong Peo Peoples Peoples Peepies ¬
ples Lives LivesPearsons LivesPear LivesPearsons
Pearsons Pear s Weekly Weekl WeeklIt
It is a remarkable remarka fact factone one of natures naturespeculiar naturespeculiar naturespeculiar
peculiar compensatiqns compensatIQnsthat that people who
have suffered from smallpox generally
live longer than people pe ple who have not
Why this should be the case there is only
an unproved theory to explain and the
theory is that the e microbes which go to
make smallpox being very ver powerful and
pugnacious swallow up the microbes of
many other diseases d eases which they the find in
the system of persons they the attack Hence
by contracting smallpox severely you
stand a goodchance gOOd chance of eliminating from
your system other diseases which would
seize upon you ou at some time or other otheri
and At i the rl likely same enough eo time e prove it io must eu euadmitted fatal t be admitted
that smallpox is i not scheduled as a pre
ventive medicine and the number of per ¬
sons it either kills maims or inflicts with
mental incapacities is probably greater
than the th number of persons whose lives it
prolongs prolongsAt
At the same time it is a fact that the
disease dl ease though one of the most terrible
known to medical science does you a agreat a areat agreat
great reat deal of good if you are capable of
throwing it off without suffering after
effects e ects of a more serious character than
being pitted with the queer little marks
It almost invariably leaves behind to dis ¬
tinguish its pasttime victims
Numbers of elderly persons In more or
less feeble health are kept alive by
coughs such for Instance as bronchitis
Chronic coughs are peculiarly common to toold toold toold
old people and hundreds who complain complainof
of the distress caused them by such af
fections are really indebted to their
coughs for their length of life The rea reason roeson
son of this is that most elderly persons personssuffer personssuffer personssuffer
suffer with weak heart and feeble circu
la lation t Ion of the blood and weak hearts be become become beome ¬
come c weaker and weaker merely as a re re result reuIt
suit s uIt of their weakness A constant cough coughcorrects coughcorrects coughcorrects
corrects this keeps the th heart beating
more strongly than it otherwise would wouldand wouldand
and the strong heartbeat keeps the blood blooccirculating bloodcirculating bloodcirculating
circulating more quickly qulokl < and the vital vitalorgans vitalorgans iud iudorgans
organs are thus kept in a state of ac ¬
tivity which could only b6 b maintained by byartificial byartlftclal byartificial
artificial means and for a limited time
but for the troublesome cough coughlIoreov coughMoreover
Moreover lIoreov r the constant reminders given
by the cough deter the sufferers from fromMlnnlng fromrunning
running risks of catching colds In other otherwords otberWOMS otherwords
words they have to study their health or orsuffer orsulrer orsuSer
suffer more more acutely from their coughs coughsand coughsand
and choosing the former they benefit benefitaccordlnrly benefitaccordingle
accordingly accordingleGout
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Gout and rheumatism are exceedingly exceedinglypainful exceedinglypainful exceedinglypainful
painful diseases dl esctl and of course in some somecases somecases
cases prove prove fatal but they confer many
a blessing upon mankind ana an1 an rheumatism rheumatismparticularly rheumatismP8rtlcularlY rheumatismparticularly
particularly is well known to doctors as a apreveatlve apreventive
preventive of o many other diseases It Itls Itlsa Ia Iaa isg
a notorious fact that gouty subjects gen generally genemily ¬
erally live to a ripe old age and albeit
they suffer severely at times they gener generally generany generally ¬
ally enjoy enJo excellent general health the thevery thevery
very causes of the gout keeping their
blood in good condition and making it un unendurable unendurablo
endurable to many ny kinds of microbes I
Cases have occurred of whole house
holds except one member being stricken strickenwith strickenwith
with infectious diseases and the lucky
exception has ha been a sufferer from rheu rheumatism rheumatisin
matism or r gout which alone have pre precatrhlng
ftDted hlh Item c contrCting ntrlt tfng the diseases diseaseswhich diseaseswhich
which have ran through the house housesuthters4o houbesutiebers4o
suthters4o net run runhalf half the rfs rfsCII risk i icatehing
catrhlng CII ngthe the common illnesses that non non5utrerers nonsufferers
sufferers run and a large proportion of
the people who reach ages over four fourscore four1IC0re fourscore
score years are people who for years have havesuffered havesuffered havesuffered
suffered from gout or rheumatism to towhich towhleh towhich
which fact they undoubtedly 11nd u tedly owe many manyof manyof
of the years they have lived over the theallotted theallotted
allotted span
Take half a dozen persons over the age a ageof c I
of 74 who suffer u from rheumatism ti or gout goutand I
ee rh Se tiff
and half a dozen cithers others who suffer ff ffneither from from fromneither
neither I1 and 1 you wIII JS find that XI t except for I
their rheumatism or gout out they enjoy very I Imuch
much better health than the nonsuffer nonsutrerf
ers f and stand a splendid chance of out outvlng
living vlng the latter Moreover gout and andrheumatism andrheumntlmn andrheumatism
rheumatism greatly enhance a sufferers sufferersj 8ufIcrerchane
chances cha nce of retaining ret lnlng his mental faculties facultiesuntil facultiesuntil facultiesuntil
until the end fnda a large percentage Of een centenarlans eentenalians eentenarlans
tenarlans who die with all their thelrwtts wits attnabout
About bout them them awl with excellent memories memoriesof
of the days day of their youth have suffered sufCfUedcc j
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t been een particularly free from other othereases dts dtseases ooeases
j eases easesThe easesThe easesTie
The loss flf t a leg or an arm is also said saidthe
hi 1You good In the long run Perllapa Perbapetaut
tlfttt is an a awkward kward phrase e to ap apply IY to
the less of a leg but let it stand It Itee c css
taUtly seems that when a man is deprived deprivedof
of a leg or an arm the vitality vltalt and vigor vigorof olgorof
of the lost member remain with him to
increase the vitality of the remainder remainderI
I It has been declared by an eminent au autbority authQtity anthrity
tbority that when a man has a tag cut cuti cutotr cutoff
i off he being in sufficiently good health healthnot besithnot th thnot
not to tocoll collapse pse from the operation operatl adds addstwo addwo addstwo
two wo or three sometimes more years yearsto on geto
j to his latter days daysi daysAit
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