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Winnipeg Free Press (Newspaper) - May 2, 1890, Winnipeg, Manitoba issified Ad words or o FREE FREE litions or page 4nv sort of a Cla Cement of thirty inserted on this MORNING Lsand EVENING towASD SUN both em J per dc P D per advertisement of tipa whatever is undoubtedly Four Times as r iathe DAILY FREE PRESS EVEKING FREE PRESS ciO as in any Winnipeg daily advertising any mucl and AND other BUSINESS PILES FOR PARTICU Main Winnipeg ILLUMINATING i 4S2 Main MANUFACTURERS AND in wood and SIS Mftin i A Orders Tele PROTECTITE ASSOCIA te to collection of old and worthless V1 umttee to the provinces of the Dominion of SSnSwi States 489 pondenoe R STUB COAL CO TON LOTS or er delivered to any part or at sale ywd All kinds ol GRADUATE ROYAL COLLEGE i ol Dental dental rooms 419 Xjnrtrwt Teeth eitricted without pain by use of KSTOH Gride 416 Main Str Ghent HAGEL t 16 Domldnn comer Main aad PoiOfe S A VffliS t ATTOR M Main Jer IjOios Strik of Canada G t IV Manitoba Mortgage i Main east Portage avenue and Lombard i L t ATTOR Offices Western Can Main Btieetand Portasre Win TAKES W 4S2 Main Special examiner of the Queens ifaney to lend on first mortgage PATTERSON McCLENEG Offices over Imperial toTim MoClene UCHffiiLD HOWELL A Heber HOK Q Offices second door wftd Main FISHER t WILSON Junes TWART t BROPHY JU Brophy solicitors over Richardsons G5AXDCNIOX CORNER OF PRIN and Ross streets cheapest and most com citv etc also free James FEW DOUGLAS REFUK y and is now one of the most comfort the Raths and closets on every to per Special rates to f ami sfaults i TIE UKGHA11 SITUATED Isa furnished and refitted Every room heated by steam hot and room for commercial travellers all The Langham is now the flXKlortalile hotel west of Charges WESTERN REAL ESTATE MINING EXCHANGE Ells i 543 Main Telephone ACE TOR CLOSE TO A nd r k acres cultivated lop well ol firstclass and clay This is ft bar STflO SECTION OF GOOD fcku cose to a town Ml acres cultivate ft also timber prepared Terms en Call on Mills KILLBVy A GOOD HOTEL WITH furniture Ifadinz hone in a spltidid 1rice aitd this season 362 Main street over Alloway Cham pions H 10 ILL BUY A FIRSTCLASS FARM nelr Stomvrall acres ready for i frame stable and irood 3Ci Main Of FARMS FOR SALE r acres ready for and good i a wrtler to mov UI 302 Main 258 FKOM A FIXE 50foot Lot on Alexander for Have sold 3 Lota in tins block within a Robert Young Kea 3S9 Main CENTRALLY SITU i cheapest and best located in tow that know anything of 15 cheaper thun ad joining Robert Real Estati 3S9 Main DO YOU WANT 800 ACHES OF MIXED WHEAT hay and wood within 17 miles of the citv t2SlCaU on 389 Main street Estate LOGAN GOOD LOTS ADJOINING Dufferiu Park for This is onethird less than others are asking for same kind of property Apply to Robert Real Estate 3S9 Main PROPERTIES FOR FEET FRONTAGE BY 100 DEPTH RONT niJ ageon and Notre Dame east opposite Northern Pacific FOR VERY HANDSOME brickveneered residence and good frame situated on a lot 99 leet frontage ten minutes walk from postoffice house cost to erect well fin T71RAME STORE OR OFFICE ON MAIN Jj near Bannatyne lease of lot can be given for one or two 459 Main TjTOR SALE WELL BUILT AND iFARM C brick on near Broadway ot fenced trees plantedgood title no encumbrances easy Enquire at American Plumbing 258 klain T71AKM FOR SALE NEAR NORTH f era Pacific and good arable rood Hav and wood in other good arms for corner Main ortajre TT1OR RESIDENCE PROPERTY Jj in choicest locality in Fort either in ilock or lots high and covered with fine Corner lot near Osborne Apply to Room llclntyre 416 Main FOR ALMOST within five minutes walk of Everything Wannest house in the One heats it in the coldest For further nformation address Box Free FOR PROPERTYTHAT very desirable corner of King and lannatyne adjoining and equal in size to Gait wholesale This property can now sold cheap and on easy Buildings now on t pay interest on over at 6 per J 5 Lombard Land SSI Main LIST OF FARMS FOE SALE CONTAINS lands improved and with buildings and for stock and mixed farming in the best istiicts r Manitoba and the Northwest and around Farms for stock with good water nd hay We publish prices with each mfc are open to receive Terms made to suit urchasers and given for inspecting he Hammond 4 SSI Main MONEY ADVANCED TO SETTLERS TO EN able them to purchase pay ior pre buy erect at lowest uneut rates of interest no commission low hurges no Term renewed without Write for Hammond S1 Main FOR SALE75 FEET OF COUNTER AND Apply Confederation Life 459 Main FOR SALE MINING MACHINERY factured by Ribbon New Ap ply to Brydgw T71OR SALE TWENTYHORSE POWE Jj but practically as good On view on vacant lot next Free Press office Enquire at Free Press mUCKER FILING STANDARD REM J ington Typewriter Line Carbon W SS9 Main office of Gait Coal FOR SALETHE BAR FIXTURES AXD FUR nitureof the Revere House Bond and securities for license to be furnished by 23rd o Immediate Apply on A THAT YOUR HOUSE I kalsomined with the best know preparation for walls and sixteen shades For sale by all hardware and at 20 Marke SHEEP CHOICE FLOCK OL four hundred Leicester and Shropshire sheep fo Good practical shepherd in Fin flock for sheep Apply to Gris TMPROVED FARMS FOR VAL JL uable farms in close proximity to Virden for sale Good and substantial buildings and improvements Easy terms of Apply to Kennedy FOR CLASS ENGLISH DOUBLE central breechloading gun 11 Damascus barrels fu choke rebounding locks top snap etc Owner leaving Free Press OR FOR GOOD healthy Al Compare with an in the Write for Can supplj any kind of birds or parrots if orders left before Fali Any other information apply to Box FOR FOR HATCHING FROJ HIGH class Plymouth Rock for 13 S4 for 26 lisfht brahmas for for 28 ronze turkey per Also for one aronze toin and two For particulars of other varieties apply to 31 Mary W GENTLEMAN LEAVING town will dispose of his househoW furniture iul kitchen utensils at a Only in use five Antique Tliis is a cood chance for a erson starring house heepiny cr Car house on Notre Dame Applv to Free Press NORMANS ELECTROCURATIVE BELTS stand at the bead of all such remedies in the world for the cure of nervous sleeplessness and all other nervous dis They are largely but never Consultation and catalogue A Queen Street Toronto MARCHMONT HERD OF IMPORTED AND home bred Scotch Only time tibited in a herd of eight at Portage la he BOARD AND 10 LETA LARGE FRONT ROOM WITH at 75 Hargrave corner mO ROOM ONLY LEFT IN THE J Confederation Life block flate Biggsblock lot water lavatories on incandes enii and all modern conveniences Apply 459 Main GOVERNMENT LEASE L You can save about 25c per sing scrip notes specially issued by the Dominion Jovernment to apply in payment for and for ale by Hammond i Head CjCHOOL TRUSTEES AND MUNICIPALITIES can borrow funds from us ou notes and deben vircs on mo tfavorable terms to meet current ex No Hammond 1S1 Jain GLINES Real Loan and Financial 421 Main FARMS TO ACRE FARM 11 MILES from good buildings and flowing well SO acres cultivated 105 acres in James with good ouse and 25 acres a choice Owner will rent or HOUSES FOR SALE ON SMITH 9 nearly On Notre Dame 9 To 5 Isabel S15 per i Real Estate 421 Main PROUDPOOT Real Estate 394i Main ACRES CLASS ONE LAND BE V riveeJ Virden and Oak Lake Stations and one lilc from now offered at the very low price f per Easy AKVILLE STATION PORTAGE EXTEX 4SO acres en bloc class one land and only 1 miles irom this is offered at per this block will make an excellent Easy T IVER FARM IMPBOVED 350 ACRES OF beautiful land on Assiniboine 20 miles 50 acres large solid brick hich cost more money than is asked for the whole o close out balance of an estate will be sold much Kilow its Apply to Proudfoot i Real Main ROWBOTHAM Real Estate 450 Main WILL BUY A VERY DESIRABLE HE rw sidence near Manitoba Large ot House recently and very This roperty will be sold at a Easy terms of Apply to Rowbotham CARLTON A DESIRABLE BRICK J situated in the best part of Carlton t large piece of 100 x To lie sold heap and on easy Apply to Rowhot am K Oil A A WILL BUY A CHOICE LOT ON L IUU Donald west This is doubt the choicest vacant lot now left ou his desirable residence Howuotham a a speciality of petting printed seeing that bylaws are PPTOM j to Municipal Commissioner for the requirements of ths Manitoba cost ior oil i furnishing forms and estimate Ol Municipal Bookbind 5o riring all matters entrust i to be in a position to ses even 6o9 Main Distrot Uunicioal Commissioner MEETING OF THE limitiKH oda 1tt at ththour of VaIdwcU tie B order of the irenCry fcrPitehers HOUSES TO LETTON eniinia Pat rick Austin Lusted and Jarvis oflkes Apply to Rowbotham i 45U Main GKUNDY Real Mortgage Loans and Fire 343 Main FOB SALEA RIVER IS CHAINS Onlv 3 miles from city Frame house ood frame farm Also an improved farmon the north bank of the 10o acres Within seren rnilea of Winnipeg post S5 acres Good frame ery Grundy 4 mO RENTA LARGE FARM OX THE RED I 29 chain lot Four miles from f Good frame house and the ordinary farm Will sell stock and implements if Grundy HOUSES FOR SALEA SPLENDID RESIDENCE in Fort Price House alone rost A neat little cottage and 2 lots in the west end for On easy Three frame houses on the weft side of Donald Exce location and low Grendy S 1 Main Telephone f COMFORTABLE FURNISHED LJ with firstclass board for gentlemen also vacan ies for a few table Charges modelate Aithin one minute of the McDermott KE VACANCIES AT THE Roblin 43 Adelaide for one or two married couples and two or shree single gentle Also two unfurnished suites of Cs bath and incondescent light in the No Everything Charges MONEY TO MONEY TO FUNDS FOR IN on first on improved city or tanu Applv to Mclntyre 416 Mam 0RIVATE FUNDS FOR INVESTMENT IN FIRST L class mortgages on city at special ate s and Archibald Cuniber Solicitors FARMS TO mO FAR E Y i fire miles from city Wire first class flowing 75 acres the rest hay Apply to Walsh 513 Main St CROTTY Eeal Estate 1 Market O A ACRES OPPOSITE KILDONAN AT OU acre Some ACRES IN KILDONAN EAST SIDE OF This is dry Crotty s Real Estate 1 Market ptALL OR SEND FOR OUR PRINTED LIST OF f In it you will find some improved ones close to the cityWe keep our own horses and will drive you out free of BUSINESS A GOOD PHOTOGRAPHIC BUSINESS FOR sale in Good Cheap for For particulars apply to Box Free Press HOTEL FOR IN Grand Central at a Immediate Would exchange for Apply to James FOR ESTABLISHED GROCERY Steady Good chance for a live man with about Satisfactory reasons for Box 22 Free Press TIT ANTED A GOOD PARTNER IN THE V Brandon Awning and Mattress A well established and good paying Capital from to apply Box FOR A RUNNING A Livery Business in the thriving town of Souris Hum the present terminus of the Brandon and Souris Eighteen good four colts and a full line of Man stage line in connection running dally t3 Good reason for Apply to TTTANTED PARTNER WITH W not less than five thousand to engage in business in the Business will pay one hun dred per profit on and advertiser will pay liberal interest on half capital To one who is capable of taking charge of a set of books and otfiw work a liberal salary will also be Apply Box Free Press Properties for sale by BUTHEKFOBD Real Estate 3 Portage OA WIUj BUY 2W ACRES OF LAND near a good worth at leist Must be sold at O BE SOLD AT A oF THE best improved farms near Winnipeg only 9 luiles from city hall contains 320 75 acres fall ready for 35 acres in stubble a good fiveroomed dwelline house and outhouses 220 acres fenced with For particulars apply to Ruther ford and i NY PERSON DESIROUS OF OBTAINING ONE of the pleasantest homes in this city should urchase that beautiful residence at present occupied v on the corner of River avenue and Osborne Fort which can be had at 3 barsain by applying to Rutherford and PER FOOT FOR A SPLENDID LOT ON Main near the Cheap est lot in the For sale by Rutherford and 3 Portage Painting and Decorating at MAKERS AT VULCAN Iron A GOOD GENERAL Apply S3 Graham WAXTEDGENERAL SERVANT FAMILY OF Apply 14S Baunatyne GENERAL SERVANT FOR FAM ily of four no Apply 225 Smith GOOD GENERAL SERVANT WANTED I family of Applv at once to 113 LoyiJi street west PASSED THE SENATE THE TERRITORIAL BILL RECEIVE THIRD Senator Bellerosc Agaiu Protest Against the Dual Langnag Clause but Without Division 4O to CLARENDON 3 BEL 5 dining room girls and three chambe Apply at office of WANTBD GENERAL SERVANT ALSO nurse Apply to Carlton first house south of GOOD GENERAL SERVANT FO a small family references Appl after six to 144 Donald GOOD GENERAL SERVANT must be recommended or have good refer Apply to 163 Donald St WANTED EVERYONE WHO seeds to buy from Keith and get goot No 6 Market street second doo from WANTED HOUSEKEEPER WANT Stephens Elastic Enamel for all kinds o Ask your dealer for or call at 2 Market WHO USES SOAP TO VV try the Royal Crown It is the very and one bar will do the work of twc ordinary bars of FEMALE COOK also one dining room one chambemiak and one general Apply Mansion Huuse Main Tf STOUT BOY WHO UNDERSTANDS the care of a horse and willing to make him self generally Apply to Henderson it Bull 35 Bannatyne TiRANDON ESTATE AND COM jj mission and others re quiring or persons wanting situations apply to Winder x GOOD GIRLS ABLE TC I wait on table and assist in other work i No rough work by letter VV va red Starkey SERVANT OR SMART T V nurse girl family of beat wages paid rood references Apply Rough 102 Vaughan first street west of REDHEADED Englishmen and 1 or 2 men from Juron and to buyf arm Great John Real Estate A YOUNG LADY STENOGRAPHER AND TYPE writer is desirous of securing a situation in a Winnipeg Would not object to anv other town or Box 1ST MAY TO END OF OC capable cook and housekeeper ibrthree rentlemen also man as groom and gardner Re erences Applv by letter to 126U ITUATION A YOUNG GENTLE well educated and a good copy ng timekeeper or or some other sim lar Kindlv address El Brandon O LADIES TO THEIR FEATHERS dyed and curleofcby practical also at the British Dye 237 Main opposite Telephone ONE MARRIED COUPLE FOR ONE one bell two farm dining oom female kitchen girls and Allons Employment 527 Main opposite WA N T E DFIRSTCLASS MANAGER FOR One capable of taking entire References Address stating eference and salary expected to TO PER YI day 20 per hour 25 Track to per Steady work for sum mer and fare advanced from Winnipeg or Port Lrthurto the Apply to 707 Iain NURSE GIRL MUST HAVE V good general senants best places in the Boys for farm and A light usiness for A bargain to live Auctioneer and Employment 3 Main TWO RESPECT J competent women cooks for Indian ndustrial Must be and able to and if required and to instruct in the Good salaries given to competent Apply in the first instance in writing if wssible enclosing reference to some clergvuian to he Ruperts Land Indian Middle Church FORTUNE Real Insurance and Commisson 463 Main street 3N KENNEDY A VERY DESIRABLE brick situated in the best part of Kennedy street large 100x120 to be sold and on easy Apply to Fortun e 4G3 Main i nnPER LOT CHOICE b J UU building situated on Langside west side must be sold at Lots for sale i all parts of the citv from Apply to ortune 463 Main 71OR ACRES OF LAND JUST NORTH J of Portage avenue in city a everal choice pieces on Main street for sale at prices tat must sell For full particulars apply to Fortune 463 Main FOR 10 LETA BRICKVENEERED HOUSE TO 114 Ross Apply to HO RENTBY THE 15TH MAY FLAT OF SEVEN L rooms over store rornaMe William and Ellice Guaranteed Splendid Rea onable to suitable Box 22 Free Press rlllREE NICE BRIGHT OFFICES AND TWO L living rooms still to rent in the London and inadian corner Main and Lombard Lavatories on each heated with hot Apply to Lombard oticea of Marriages and Death FIFTf CENTS the 30th the wife of Benson of a 83 Edmonton on May tie wife of Frank railway mail a the 30th at byterian by the Joseph to both of Win on the 21st Agnes aged IS 5 Lome on the 1st Thomas Burke aged 43 3 months and 3 Funeral will leave his late residence on 2nd r the Church of the Immaculate ody will be sent to by evening riends are invited to Ontario May Hastings Con jrvativea have renominated Ostrom or the Ontario Bfay Conservatives E Monck have nominated onthill for the Local Send for Catalogue of healthy ouge May the Senate this even ing the Northwest Territories bill was read third time and finally On the tnotio of Senator Abbott for the third reading of th measure Senator Bellerose moved an amendment to strike out that poi tion of the language clause whic provides that the Legislature will ultim ately decide the fate of the French languag in tne Some discussion took place on and Abbott moved in amendznen to the amendment in the opinion of thi House it would be inexpedient t continue or renew the previous agita tion by rejecting the solution of a irreat difficulty which is offered by the sai proviso and which has been approved by the people through their representatives in par tial and that the said proviso stand par of the As soon as this was Bellerose pointed out that Hon Abbott could not move an amendment to his motion for a third reading Then Senator Smith moved seconded by Then it was remembered tha Smith had seconded the third A iength Dickey fathered it and it was put to a vote and carried on a division of 46 to THE BANKING Amendments ly and Wat son Voted May the House the Banking bill was under A Ion dia cussion took place on clause to the effec that the bank may lend money to any person engaged in business as a wholesale manufac urer or producer of any wares ant upon the security the goods wares and merchandise manufactured or pro duced by him or procured for such manufac ture or It was moved by seconded by thitclause75be amended by act ding the following subsection to subsection 3 of said section 75 The bank may also end money to any person engaged in the busi ness of farming upon the securitj of the goods of such the ie beipg the produce of the which he may have upon his a time of the making of such pro vided that in addition to the security whicl may be given under this section the bank shal take from such borrower a chattel mortgage upon his said The amendment was voted An amendment was then made at the in itance of the imposing a penalty f two years imprisonment upon the person vho alienates or withholds fr rn the bank the ropertv upon which a loan has been Watson moved an amendment to clause 5 that banks be allowed to lend money to arsons engaged in farming on real estate The amendment was lost and the lause The House adjourned at AFTER THE Montreal Correspondents of New York Papers On the Keen May some months past a paper published in Isew York has been in lustriously circulated in Montreal containing some of them exceedingly and calculated to do violence to the feelings Df young men of sporting Pressure was brought to bear upon the police authorities and an open charge was onnulated against persons unknown f blackmail and his afternoon the sporting editor ol norning paper was summoned before Judge and to clear himself was obliged to make a Similar it is ex are to be taken against all the New York and the question that is roubling the fraternity is whose turn is HALIFAX Newfoundlands Obnoxious Bait Act Dealt With by the Halifax Board of May Board of Trade has massed a resolution protesting against the ction of the Newfoundland Government in mposing a tax of one dollar per ton on Can dian vessels vessels visiting Newfoundland or and requesting the Domin on Government to take immediate ac ion with a view to securing the abrogation t the law imposing the A resolution ex ressing sympathy with the Newfoundlanders i their struggle with French encroachments also Joseph Clems May trial of Joseph Clems or the murder of David lawrie whose body found in the canal at Dunn ille seventeen months was concluded ere The prisoner was he evidence given would hare warranted onviction had the character of some of the ntnesses been Lawrie was formerly harness manufacturer in but had ved in Toronto for some time previous to his whica he met while looking round for place to start Robbery was the mrderers Her Husband Killed May coroners jury in ne case of Caroline Oakman returned a erdict that her death was accelerated by the olence of her Richard nd that Nellie who was present at the me the violence was was accessory to akmans Not the Genuine May 4 Blackwell ive taken action for heavy damages against anislaus of this and also a eizure before judgment of all the xjttles and lables alleged to have been vised y him in preparing imitations of their A Tanner Slay a as found drowned in a brook running irough his farm at Guysboro He ad become melancholy lately after a severe ttack of la TWrry Thousand May Michael oinir business under the name of Millard railway has assigned ith liabilities amounting to Canoe Upset and Boy May aged was rowned today through he upsetting of a Fred Clark and two boys ho were with had a narrow Dean of May Justice Jette has een elected dean of the law faculty of Laval niversity in in piace of the late UP FOUR Excitement and Higher Prices for Wliea at Chicago May Wheat was excited an higher today The ostensible reason for th strength in the market was dry weather in th spring wheat rains being badly nee ed in the Hutch and other heavy holders offered large blocks of wheat in orda to check the tut they were quickl absorbed by the shorts in their eagerness t The big exports from New York alst increased the bull At the close for Jul the active option was four cents higher tha last twenty cars m close 93ic OSJc 9 33ic 25Jc June 24jc July July Short to June THE PRESIDENT For Which a Mexican Lieutenant Will be CITY 01 May general topic of conversation in the city has been the arrrs of Augustin De Iturbide for criticising in a letter printed in the president who is commander inchief of the The army officers are thoroughly agreed that th criticisms were that the arresl They say if he had desired to the action of the executive he shoulc lave resigned from the army and than printec lis Iturbide is popular among the besl people of the city and foreign bul jearly all see that he has taken a bad It is stated that a special courtmartial has been and will convene here in a few days o try his Iturbide is at Santiago military Many believe that the courtmartial will result in the dismissal of Iturbide from the A prominent officer said that he believed the president jvould extend executive clemency to the un fortunate He is held under the military code of the article which makes the penalty prescribed for the offence of censuring the personnel of the gov ernment by an officer in service of from one to one years at the discretion of the court A MUTINEER An Italian Attempts to Incite His Coun trymen to 9furder a Ships Captain and NEW May steamship Brit tania from Mediterranean which ar rived to had a mutineer on board who was confined in The mutineer is ouire who boarded the steamer at He is 23 years old and a native o When the steamer was at sea he was observed holding mysterious conferences with his fellow of whom there on When observed by the ships officers Molinari tried to incite the other Italians to throw the officers and seamen over ward arjd take possession of the He was overpowered and cut in It ii thought that the plan was to sack the resse ind run her Molinari will be sen jack to DULUTH President Fisher Expected at Duluth to Settle Terminal May Fisher and Barr and o he Duluth Winnipeg were here to and transacted considerable important lusiness in connection with the said that construction on the ine from La Prairie to the border would begin as soon as practicable resident of the who lives in has written that he would leave here to day for this He will arrive and it is stated that many question in regard to the Duluth terminal of tne road are likely to be These will include he location of the ore Expensive Tissue May of and Elijah of paid to a man whom they met on their way east for what they supposed was in conterfeit They started west but were jbserved by the police at the depot here as hey wore opening the satchel to count the upposed and on being questioned the story came The satchel was found to ontain tissue wrapped in a few good The two men were allowed heir homeward Opposed to Government April a meeting fthe Southern Press Association yesterday esolutions were opposingthe scheme or a Governmental Telegraph system asvra emocratic and tending to and giving the government a dangerous control ver press and private dispatches also favor ng national construction and maintenance of evees on the Mississippi Alleged Newfoundland GLOUCESTER Mass May schooner lapid Transit arrived today from Fortune White denies the charge of sell ing herring at The crew of the utter Fiona boarded his despite ie threw overboard all but 80 barrels his cargo of His schooner was not a but was registered as a commercial esse engaged in foreign ExSenator Baker May formerly president of the Houston exas Central railway was stricken ith paralvsis last night and died an hour He was seventy years Hewaa or several years state senator and for six ears mayor of Sentenced for May wealthy lumberman and president of the tter Creek Lumber who was erday convicted of murder in the first degree r killing Thurber and Under Sheriff was this morning sentenced to life mprisonment at hard labor in Jackson An Editors Body May family of the mise ig associate editor of the have received word that Walk rs body has been found in the Roanoke river Walker was drowned while n a fishing Admitted to the Supreme Court May the Supreme oort of the United States today on motion f ExAttorneyGeneral Garland ExPresi ent Cleveland was admitted to Hanged for May Palmer was anged here this morning for tne murder of enry Whtehoase at Portsmouth on the 28th He died Capital Punishment May assembly this after noon by a vote of 75 to 29 passed the bill bolbhing capital punishment HER JEWELS STOLEN THE DUCHESS OF EDINBURGH The Royal Jewels Taken From Ed inburgh Hotel Apartments Dur ing Her Highness Absence at an Exhibition May While the Dulse and Duchess of Edinburgh were attending the ceeemonies of the opening of the electrical exhibition the jewels of the Duchess were stolen from their apartments in the Bal moral There is no club to the The jewels are of enormous value and com prise some rare which the Duchess wont to wear only on state THE LAND PURCHASE Passes Second Beading in the Imperial Balfonrs May In the Commons this evening Balfour resumed his debate on the land purchase It was his he that although the attacks upon the bill iad been forcible in form they were hesitating in The severest defamers of the measure were hampered by the feeling that its provisions accorded with the best traditions of every party in He laid stress on the act that Sir Harcourt ijave his support a measures similar to this He in been a party to a measure open to every objection which had been urged against the present bilL Citing the objections of Dillon and other imminent members of the Balfour declared that coherent opinion upon the pro visions of the bill does not exist among its he that many of heir suggestions were designed with a view of issistinj the The Irish ie had been rich in projects for dealing with the but could he point to a single bill dealing with the ntal Difficulties in the congested They made speeches throughout Did they ever urge the inexpediency and unwisdom of early marriages and illon had thrown the whole blame for a arge population of the west coast of Ireland ipon the landlords sarely some responsibility or having children rested upon the and Timothy Send Besant The Speaker called Healy to Kefer ing to Chamberlains idea that the local authority ought to be given regulative powers over contracts under the admitted that if Ireland was in its normal condition it would be desirable to associate county council with a great work in which the Imperial parli ament was he was Ire and in its normal condition Parnellites The bill had no raison detre unless it was to effect objects not merely local rat The House ought not to allow tself to be frustrated in carrying out the Benefits of the measure by any local authority ikely to be influenced by political Ele did not believe the bill would tend to drive out On the contrary by diminish ing the social hiction landlords could be in duced to live more frequently in greater powers of Balfour closed by saying that the bill was a great boon to such a indeed as she would never get except from the party now in Sexton The he was a landlords measure and nothing He warned the government that the tenants who purchased under the bill would default pay The debate was continued by Lord Harting Morley and all of whom indulged in lengthy and vigorous The Land Purchase bill passed its second reading by i rote of 348 to Parnell was not present while Balfour was Lord Randolph Sir jreorge Lewis and McCartney abstained rom Haldene and Sir Grey supported the Government Capt Selwvn and James Caldwell voted against the Otherwise the division was onpirty German Army May Standards Berlin orrespondent says thai the Government will lot present its army bill in the Reichstag be ore the coming The correspondent adds that only a nominal credit will be de The government having abandoned ts intentions to ask for a seven yew credit for maintenance of the Expediency and Perhaps May Ireland in an edi orial on the land purchase bill says the irielding of the tenantry to coercive and victing combinations will make repudiation imply a matter of expediency and perhaps of Minnie Palmer and Husband May the ac and her were brown out of a carriage at Brighton Jiss Palmer was slightly injured and togers had his arm Edinburgh Electrical Exhibition May electrical exhibi on was opened here today by the Duke of Amnesty Proclaimed in May general amnesty haa been proclaimed in the island of American For May of the National today jbled the following to Joseph Kenney at treasurer of the firish today twentyfive undred pounds receipts last weak nearly Utterances to the contrary not ithstanding the league is not Signed To a United Press representative today OReilly said the receipts had been He denies that the league dead barged by McKenna in public tter last Mortgage for English May Hammomd eef ot the Chicago and Central Trnsb have issued to Alexander f New a mortgage of on all ieir property in all the cities from Albany to The Hammond company are in corporated under the laws of Great Britain and the mortgage calls for i in American The will be divided and soW to English Decision of French Court NEW May Wallace in the Jnited States Circuit Court today denied ie application of Henry to reopen ie suit of Fortin glove f against Stewart for reach of which was deadedI in Trance some years ago and judgment render ed against Stewart Co for Judge Walker holds that the decision of the French court must be presumed to have been fairly arrived Bank Suspension at May Gloucester City National bank closed it doors thia The suspension is supposed to be due to the failure of the Bank of America yesterday in with which it had No statement of the banks affairs could be se cured the officials decfimn to sake any
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