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VOL. XXVI. NO 39
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His Heart
Action is
.' This
Special to The Morris Tribune.
was
Buffalo, N. Y., Sept. 13, 230 p.
m. -The following bullet'n was issued
by
president's physicians at 2:20
the
Special to The Morris Tribune.
A
HAS A F1CH
Special to The Morris Tribatie. I
IMPROVEMENT
The following bulletins were re
ceived by Edwards, Woods & Co.
yesterday, and together with others
which were received earlier in the
day indicated that President Mc
Kinley was sinking rapidly.
Buffalo, noon»—Sec*y Wison and
HyftaE
BU' alo, 2 p. m.—Shortly before 2
p. ir, Drs. Stockton and Maan ai lived
at Milburn House and it is believed
a consultation was held. At 2 o'clock
ncnn
Ur -:WIALS
Minneapolis, 1255.—The president
is gradually sinking with only feeble
Hr. HAD
The condition of the president on
Thursday night was not satisfactory.
The solid food which he had taken
giat morning produced complica
tions, but the greatest alarm was due
tip the condition of the pulse, it being
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PRES. MGKM FAIIIC FAST.
The President Early Yesterday Morning Takes a Bad Turn
for the Worse.
Balance,
%HE BULLETINS TO LATE HOUR.
PRESIDENT IN A STUPOR.
At two thirty yesterday morning,
the physicians and nurses were sum
moned to the house with all speed.!
Very Weak and His Life ,15 in the
Buffalo, 7:30 p. m.—The president is in a stupor from which stimulant? fail to arouse
Unless .a cfcangft takes place soon the worst is feared. ?fc.,
the
lidt
bulletin received up
DOCTORS, BULLETM
p. m. The president has more than
held his own since movoJog and con
dit*on jusl'fies expectation-®! fui iher
?'mprc vement. He is better tban
AT 2 P»
to 10:30 (h m.
—r—
1
¥t.
I o'clock. Doctors are very reticent aDd
Baff«lo,N.T„Sept. 13,2p. m..- doubiW. F,om other source it is
trill-ft* tflwiri tt* presdeot isja
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Buffalo, N. Y., Sept. 13, 10:301severe sinking spells twice sioce [and physicians say he has a fighting |i
—Pres. McKinley expeiieneed moraiog. Has recovered somewhat chance. \W
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CONSUL
Dr. Stockton hurried from the house
and gave directions to automobile
Chanfer to take him to Dr. Mann's
bouse. Dr. Stockton would saj.
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wo
AT
Sec'y Hitchcock visited Milburn
House and spent an hour with the
watchers. When they came out both
men announced that the president
was holding his own and that he was
no weaker. He is slightly respond
ing to stimulation and symptoms in
dicated a decided promise of iin-
SENT FOR,
rallies. His heart is failing and his I the end may come at any moment
stomach fail* to assimilate food add Ail officials have been sent for.
REACHED
week, and the physicians being ap
prehensive of an utter failure of the
heart to perform its work.
it
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yesterday at this time* poise 123,
tempevatu e 95.
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.BY ATTENDING PHYSICIANS.
very critical condition and goyern
meat offic'alshere take gloomy view
of tfae^^
*.
SLEEP
Special to Wlio*3*'*£«w* I President now sleepW Doctors Ip^deat has bare fighting chance
Buffalo, 'NV Y., Sept. i3. 1045,r- Ibopefpl but general impression isjfo 1'Je.
gst/asf- —mmm ,1
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NOON.
provement. Dr. Wasdin came out at
the same time and said there was no
appreciable change in president's
condition beyond fact that his heart
action was slightly stronger. A con
dition which is regarded as most
fayorable.
,TA TICM
simply that he should return in a few
minutes* His mission is unknown.
1
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CRESTS,
It had been found that the president i
would Hot respond to even the most
powerful heart stimulants, and it was
feared at that time that he was dying
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And witness each device BO R*IW
That turneth toil to play
We knew what best would please
their gaze,
Jt.8 up a ad down they e roam—
RELIABLES, whose cheerful blase
Now bless each happy home.
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1901.
PRESIDENT W#» ATK^LE^
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The early settlers of oar land
Of comforts had but few
Grim perils faced the Btnrdy band
Bu little jojr they knew.
They gathered 'tound the growing
blaze
That mnt had struck from steel
They raised the earnest voice of
prais•
Our fathers lived a narrow life
Of hardship and of toil
Their dailly bread with ceaseless
strife
They wrung from stubborn soil.
The mothers by the fireside rudet
At break and close of day,
Prepared with care the simple food
In alow and weary way.
Ah, how those mother*i all would
stare
Could they return today v, •},
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Our undertaking department is under the: direc
tion of J. D. Gillespie, licensed embalmer, who is pre*
pared to take entire charge of funerals, and is well sup
plied.yith un^tal^esr's, supplies.
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