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Daily Kennebec Journal (Newspaper) - January 14, 1902, Kennebec, Maine VOL XXXIII AUGUSTA MAINE TUESDAY JANUARY 14 1902 NO 12 The Highest if f High Grade The 1 Consumption our two brands of Cigars i is nearly M 4 This in more than trie total any five 5 H TRAISER BOSTON MASS Union Cigar Factory In the U.S D SV E P Woodward Partland Scathing On ithe Methods by Rev Sandford A FEW NICE d just coming in bloom ALSO i Declares Are a Menace lo the Christian World NS Unrivalled cither in quality or sales and earth i A j r and C gallon of Vacuum Oil win go farther and give better nervine than the same quantit of any other oil and is therefore More Economical Than Cheaper Oils A thorough test will our true P J FEENEY Manager Office and Warehouse Exchange Street Bangor Maine bong Tel Your January Investments should Annuities because they're locked by the strongest il in world I uf this who lars in the In now n rate nf them from any in- vestment The of the is alse to them No nny any or female Write nr call F H Co 93 Exchange St Portland Ms 46 Main St Bangor for Maine I and man without lio happy system in and makes you healthy and happy Mr Jan E P rd pastor of the Si Ad- vent hi rrh preached evening on in i claims purposes future c f K Me Vv Woodward proposes later a i c lurch was crowded Inul many tr rough the hour and u half Mr Woodward was speaking before he tht was by a friend of Sandford noi lo speak him and was that his church might fall if did Mr Woodward said Mr ford do-s not leach Immorality but 1 high of life Many of his teach- ings an in accord with Bible He leaches thc of the Lord his highest announcement of is obscured by his false trines He is a menace to the Christian church i ml a detriment to rel life the distinct that Mr a hypnotic over of his followers ir some de- gree or all He makes hiis the rule of life and conduct acd even when pass from direct ence are still under hs control they say to others Don't go there they will seldom tell of their ce while at Shiloh He i escribed a scene ho saw there He that there was In tie face of every o ie the same dreamy far-away look and when the leader of ment crossed Uie platform it changed to of fear It was evident that every one was thinking The master is here In his presence did nol venture to speak qV to think freely He said that a disciple of to a man who spoke iof going tempie Don't do a If Mr hears you singr you will never be able to leave Had not there I shouli have had a now 1 am homeless Mr took Upi the special claims made by Mr First lhat in erecting the he has the command no man He that at the has been ly in admitting that Mr Sandford lias asserted that in very case this was da to the failure of some one di- vinely commanded to Bassist in the It i declared by Mr and his followers that has it the direct command of God and that it Is the only vork on the globe that add it is thu last o the ol God his j ll is The Church at intr Got It is claimed thai the Holy Spirit s the director of the entire I and that meetings are held I fin directs Mr Voodward The only i of organization thert has ever been the individual member in the of a j leader The constitution is I never to be altered and Mi Sandford master of the ns long as he lives I He si id claims to direct revelation Jod in he I of spoken words ilif the astonishing assertion I i Continued on page t have if STANDARD NKW They ale coning now Lot etc e He FAIR Commencing 330 26 and continuing until FEB 1 unless all are given away before that date WB OUR WhOLE OF n Jan for NEW Fair and continued Tuesday i j Wednesday partly fresh Westerly winds THE CASE i No Till President Di- on Appeal Washington Jan delegation in Congress Including tors and representatives today con- sidered the course to Jbe pursued on the Schley ease and reached a tion that pending the decision of President Roosevelt on the appeal to be by Admiral to the Chief Executive it would be inadvisable for I the delegation to urge upon Congress any of the resolutions or bills i The various resolutions and bills now before were gone over and it was the general sentiment of those present that the delegations would be favorable to any of the measures fully Admiral Schley But for the present view of the ad- placing the matter before Roosevelt the delegation deemed 11 inexpedient to determine ariy particular measure to urge the tep before Congress i j Md llan the House of Delegates j tonight Delegate Rep presented a memorial to Congress asking that body to adopt report of Admiral Dewey in the of as the verdict of Congress Delegate Griffith a joint resolution authorizing the governor to have executed i Maryland artist a bronze bust of Rear Admiral W S to bi- placed in the State House at Chicago Jan Chicago of rade at its meeting today put the stamp of approval ori minority in the Schley controversy and a body of Chicago men sent a memorial to asking that the circumstances nnd events that may on the filiation be j Into This action was not taken without Discussion ob- from several members expressed themselves satisfied the report of the naval lowing is j Resolved that believe ik is the duty of Congress to review the records of the commission tci examine Into the circumstances and events tending to throw light on the controversy and to announce judgment is to who In command at the batt e jot Santiago and as to conduct of Schley bnj that occasion Resolved that a tions be forwarded to Admiral and to the country's representatives and senators in Congress RATHBONE ON TrB STAND Impresses in Cuban Frauds His Havana Jan the tion of the hearings this afternoon of the charges growing the Cuban post office frauds G was unexpectedly called by the The court Rathbone he had the right testify if he so desired to which replied that he was glad of opportunity to testify It was evident frank and honest manner in answering questions impressed the court and the judges who listened attentively to what he said when explaining the de- tails of the working ot ithe department of posts Rathbone asked the privilege of making his statements more clear i The court Rathbone -on- the appointments of Neely and Reeves To this question Rathbone replied that both had been sent him by the department at Washington Rathbone paid that when Assistant ditor J Dl Lawshe turned over the of- fice and the postal accounts he highly recommended Much time taken up by the as to whether or not j Rathbone had issued order to ithe 1 effect that the Cuban postmasters er monthly accounts I- was due to the fact that the postmasters dered accounts that Reeves was en- to Issue many i duplicate rants most of which now says Neely cashed and the Rathbone claims for the Cuban postmasters to render monthly accounts were issued 1899 and that these orders were in form of recommendations from special agents monthly accounts be carried On these recommendations Rathbone says he wrote the word ordered signing his name below it The government contends that the word ordered was not written on these recommendations when the ir- In office were dis- covered Rathbone produced letters written to his chief in May 1900 calling the to the fact that tlie order for inspection had not been carried out and asking an explanation The official asked Rathbone if it was not his place to see that his were carried out as as to Issue them To this the latter replied that with all the details of the office it was impossible for him to bee that thing was done J 100 Senator Hale Advocates the Department of Justice Declares It Will Ultimately Be One of Largest in Government Rixey Virginia Wanh Soldiers Hornet Opened to Washington Jan the Senate today Nelson of Minnesota called up a providing for thc establishment of a department of commerce Hu ex- thc necessity which he said ex- isted for the passage of such a ure and with questions by Severer senators who said that jent time had not been allowed for looking into the merits of the measure Mr Teller criticised that feature to the transfer of the geological survey Hale said provided for a department which mately would be one of the largest in the government The linally went over subject to call by Nelson The Senate was in executive session for an hour and a half Mason gave notice that tomorrow he II I 1 Anti-British Cartoons in Certain German Newspapers Call Forth More or Less Wise De- nunciation from London Times Pyramid Pie Cure Mrs Aaron Medron Of Savannah Ga I had piles and rectal for years until it unbearable any Ion As I had often Been Pyramid Pil that I so for I have been entirely cured of rectal troubles and two packages of the Pyramid did It The Cure contains no caine opium i nor any injurious whatever and IK absolutely safe painless and never tails to cure piles In any form Druggists sell full-sized treatment of this remedy for cents COMPULSORY ARBITRATION resolution relating to which were in- by him today resolution a number of copies of the report of the Schley court of Inquiry was to the committee on printing On tion of Nelson the creating a de- of commerce was taken up Nelson took the floor and said that the agricultural Interests of the try are very well taken care of by the department of agriculture but the other great industries are direct government guidance or ance The for a bureau of commerce had become more Important and urgent every year The great lem he said was to secure and hold greater and more extensive markets He argued that such a de- ference closed in a of which began with an amendment to the suppression of fiscal protocol order to enable the of arbitration to be reported to ilie con- ference Thim amendment was by 30 votes Chile abstaining from ing The vote excited great interest It was a forecast of compulsory would have way In Insisting thru the plan be re- ported to the conference The of the protocol was the remove of an obstacle Senor Pardo of Mexico arose and ed a substitute directing that all treaties CM it Be TUt Strawy li Pir the i Jan remarkable cle appears In today's Times under the caption of Literature of German An- recounting the character of cartoons which have i appeared in the German which the Times says in i obscenity and venom are without a parallel In modern times The wisdom of the publication of article at this Juncture is much The Star The Times today of all days be- Kins a series of articles on the offensive German caricatures Every newspaper long been aware of these but the responsible journals have not advertised these insults simply be- cause no good could be done by netting the British and German peoples by the The Times ought to hesitate be- of the people Are our publicists an they not see the abyss towards they are the long fering The Times article which is two col- long papers arc not gutter sheets hut are sold everywhere at the tions of the state railroads even at Potsdam station whore thc Emperor -Is constantly Ho was finally obliged to personally order moval Neither are these papers mous One of the all entitled The Boer bears on the title pages the names of persons dis- drawn up Drench and English It proposed that this amendment should be a vote at men against improper immigration and bring them into closer relation ter harmony with the employers of labor It also would Serve to remove the hour ment had passed It being after 1 o'clock nt 10 end at 1 President called Martinez's attention to 3 S IS a gooes including coal tnd oil round square shapes new designs lii this with the latest j ideas in fuel saving Our plan Is AH cash amounts to or over In a single sale at regular prices will be entitled to a present of a stove not to exceed In U of the amount of their chase I A Sale entitles the customer to any stove valued at not over A Sale entitles the customer to any stove valued at not over A Sale entitles the customer to arty valued at not over And so on proportionally so a cash pu would entitle the tomer to a present of a Beautiful Nickel and Brass Trimmed Parlor Stove Not over one present a sing e If we do not happen to a stove worth your purchase you can choose from the nest lower In value Come as have about 100 left and they'll soon be gone If you do not Happen to need anything at present WHY NOT BUT NOW for the To couples about to marry this is a golden opportunity WE HAVE EVERYTHING FOR THE the freight We Rive the Old Blue Trading Stamp Write our 7 neut Sons Makers firte Furniture Interior 1862 Ga Jan was informally entertained on the of the Cotton today for more than an hour He by Gen W W Gordon a member of Exchange who Introduced him to the other members present There was no sel program Business was virtually pended until lie hod bowed good bye and departed amid a storm of and Tomorrow the adir Iral will visit Georgia College for Col- ored Youth The students at the college w II hold a reception in honor j of the ad- Wednesday evening the admiral w II guest of the Knights Templar It was proposed that he be initiated Into tt3 Shrine but the arrange has fallen through and he the camel In Washington V fire broke out at noon Monday on ir e top of the Boston store dry goods by W R Bis sop Co In center of n business block in Hua street N Yj The fire wis under control at 1.80 o'clock Much the Masonic paraphernalia in the hall was saved by fie members of the Order who to The ol thc collapsed at work and Albert years a Mason who on the roof of i the burning When it fell was carried and burled in Ithe f His body was recovered Jacob Farmer was cut the face splinters In wit i their Vote of- day night the dissatisfied Weavers of Sagamore cotton No jj at Fall River to of 140 struck Monday They not 1 to return to work until grievances are adjusted Secretary of the Weavers Union Is in hearty pathy with the strikers and pres ded at meeting Monday noon all de- the shut down There however no the mill CONDENSED The New York of road Commissioners Monday an- that it will gation into the New Central nel r last Wednesday The will open 20 Wm Marconi thc of less telegraphy was ths honor Monday at annual dinner of the of Engineers held In of the York 1 i James Keig a boiler maker at son Monday killed his wife and then cut his own will die Passersby heard a quarrel and the wife entreating her to kill her and an hour later the was dis- covered I i i The Elevator of the American Malting Co at was burned Monday causing a loss of Three hundred thousand els of grain were Red-hot iron plates kept falling on tie heads of the firemen and many were injured There is an epidemic of smallpox in lumber camps of the There are 20 cases on Tupper Lake and a large number on the other lakes The disease is believed to have been brought from Canada A quarantine may be established on the Canadian border When HOn Wm Bryan reached the railroad station luck Monday afternoon he was given a hearty a large crowd of citizens who Surrounded carriage and escorted him to the home of Senator Kennedy where an informal was held In the evening at Columbus hall Mr addressed over 1000 people on the Duties of American Citizen George K Nash was rated at Columbus Monday for the second time as of the of The Capitol building decorated and the rotunda space where the ceremonies took place was filled with high of and zens of the state at i United States troops state militia followed the delivery of address i The breach suit brought at London by Miss the American actress against the Duke after all been settled i i but of court the duke paying Knight and defray ng the costs of the legal i proceedings Ah agreement was reached Saturday and be i when the money will be paid jyers In the case say nothing In the of n grave scandal would hare de- 1 velopod had the suit come to trial but notoriety would have at- the love letters ate Teller said that while the might have reported at thS last session this was time had seen it tie thought Some should be made to it He asked upon what the r i Midi TJUt qf the hall Immediately afterwards one of Blest Cana of Chile th Chair the session solution jot the arbitrator been reached A kneeling the Mexicans ana South Americans favorable to the com- lasted several hours and ad survey etc Nelson explained that the duties of the survey were principally Investigation of the mineral re- sources of United States but that the did not change the scope of the bureau Nelson paid a glowing tribute to ler's ability as secretary of the Interior but Teller said he was more interested m a decent than In his own fame and that he would not consent to any provision for the establishment of a mining bureau which would tafe from the interior department any In which It is now engaged Lodge Mass sold he did not think citil statistics should be transferred from the state department Hale and others said they desired time for further consideration and the went overi i The Senate passed a resolution by ot Walker Martinez atj today's session Is the r the Introduction of nian of arbitration into the conferenc was agreed upon minor details to be settled STILL IN CAPTIVITY I Hiss Stone Still Unknown to KM technical standpoint the paper is an art production but it is difficult to find I which its cultured artists and writers venture to lay before its cultured man readers British soldiers are as robbing the dead Mr Chamberlain's state coach is depicted i as a cart laden with skeletons and i King Edward is shown dead drunk in Ma bedroom receiving the news of j surrender ie piece Is a cartoon entitled Hero Worship The then Princess of Wales Queen Victoria and f the Prince of standing with the I young princesses by her side rating a youthful soldier The legend lish princess decorating the youngest soldier in British with l Victoria cross because although only 13 he has already outraged Boer I women I This obscenity sold in respectable shops was eagerly bought bv the He and lies on fashionable drawing i room tables London Jan from letup at the SPARKS FROM MAINE WIRES Tho and that M Garglulo of thc I at and j j f Mrs Robert railroad bridge near of all reports tetters clippings endorsements etc showing the de- mand for tho topographic wOSk of the United States geological survey At the Senate Into tive session and at 3.12 BUI Ur ago left for Interior to meet Miss Stone's captors not yet met c- Daggett died at thc bandits holding the prls home at Greene Corner after a ionc oner but have been Interviewed near He was the brother of Gen Seres Macedonia 47 miles northeast ot daughter by pretended delegatee Thc deceased was more than 81 of been furnished fall of snow Saturday SS started work on tho Jce flelds Superintendent C E I i S of men and horato at work at the Hodges and at all places where the ice flelds are rood They will commence at once to clear ott thc snow On Sunday It by the board that Grace Forrest of Mass case tof smallpox An thc Forrest IS MM to an 181.37 In Cuts Jan Bouse of spent the day In eral discussion of the atlon the of tie annual gets The debate took range of Ohio and Hepburn of Iowa denounced a report presented to and was sentenced to pay a Costs which will have lo spend the next 50 days la Commercial t the other Isaac E kill upon and one of at Reeling of Portland members of Congress on the veteran a s Se c om White coffee fe the DOCTORS p RECOMMEND a clause which bad been endorsed by theO Ai R placing veterans of the Spanish war in the preferential class Va caused something of a on the by ing a proposition open the doors of National Soldiers Homes to to federal aid to Confederate homes of Alabama only Democrat who joined of It This was District of Columbia is the House and the reading of the journal WtL chairman of District of Columbia committee claimed the day and the House proceeded to the consideration of District business At the conclusion of the District of Columbia business the House took up Barney WJs in charge of the explained that it carried against ated for the current year for the payment of pensions front to He waa asked by Richardson Tenn why the amount for pensions decreased while the time pensioners waB said tn be larger Barney explained thai was accounted for by the hat tin were and I h of largo lo meet to m- of government HandeL and Society Kor many years he lived in Wm Wft u don Returning only recently he entered the famous old-time thc home His published works number yacht builder at Scotland CO volumes Monday WAITT A TOTEM b FOR A MILD SWEET CIGAR TRY Blackstone Juniors SMALL BUT GOOD BOTH UNION MADE Mo Blackstone BOSTON
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