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Dubuque Daily Telegraph (Newspaper) - May 2, 1901, Dubuque, Iowa umi Fair advantage derive the Kraph is a fine medium May Opun EAGLE Storo Never Grew otv Sheep's Back That air of distinction so no- in fine custom work pure wool perfect ing OUR FINE SUITS ARE DISTINCTIVE Both for style and fit We I carry all the good styles in all the good kinds Serges Cassimeres Worsteds Tweeds Cheviots to WE LEAD IN CHINA None of tbe Other Soldiers There Were in the Same Says Gen Wilson HOW COLONEL re- a plus Fort the shot ruining year-old President McKinley Is by the PEOPLE Showing u Two in Troops to New James II Wilson addressed tho Loyal at its annual gathering here yesterday devoting his time to anecdotes and recollections of the campaign not n he said speaking of the United States we in front rank among The commander of artillery told General that lie look off his our As me the story of tlie storming of the walls of when the infantry by old found Itself under the wall A to the colonel and at the battlements above him I fan scale that wall col- All said go ahead lie went and scaled tlic wall hauled up and soon Imil two companies on the passed restoring punishment by hanging the In it having expired Get lu Wny tbe Train lu j Soft nt come to you forcibly last few weather been ore this Mud of weather SKowing of SKirt Comfort nml tho new Percales Madras Batiste without collars to ouo have two and the census c As the center on was east past ten years the de- if the i V A In i traveled across cotton front to the Gulf of Mexico Down the low-lying rich that of to VIcksburg teeming of thirty years ago east to flackson the capital and the land the old romantic the mouth of the Mississippi traditions of- Spanish the train along the route day were larger if anything on the at tlic two principal stops thousand attended the varlow Socialist and trades meetings at all of were adopted of day and the The generally quiet -all over there was Trust on May extended of nearly four years to combine the leading of an association the prices re- Chicago If the deal 1s perfected Allii Company to May a result of- the the Edward P com- of one of its Its plant the next year and a half expending In the neighborhood of and the Cleveland May President of tlie Lake the report that the secured the Union POWERS IN CHINA Seems the Subject Instead of the U ation of the Empire Ko Alien Command to Who Wore Afraid They found a of got to the top the were to go to a In tho Immediate ity It his men went through the and let In and Ills gnus Then all over mustn't be vainglorious American soldier He isn't a great disciplinarian His does not always lit just right and his loops of being fastened Hut when It comas to Ing he gets there It's my private opinion that the American soldier is the best killer on top of the earth Funstun Some one about and General Wilson he was n good In spite of the fact that he was After Ills career -In tho Philippines and his capture of said General Wilson I rejoice that the president made him a brigadier This allusion to was the signal an ovation who rose from their chairs and for live Not Gront to the soldiers In China General they were- as their officers called the population distributed i t were a tlie point ut N The median is at i Thls point of the population and south line and A of the median point that not from the moved and north Federated in Council A Attendance at Given a When He txt the of the May tho exposition open ltn no to en tor but those ivero well paid for At nwn dispatch re- The convey his con- to of upon tlie opening of the exposition rich In and ripe In May tho hopes and be realized to tho fullest measure By direction of the dent This was signed by Secretary Cortelyou At S a m yesterday a number of to Oil City to and live each Toledo and to was this To the oC All This of to you by the of exposition anil to OHM an Invitation to In the ami tnat for Senator A Clark nnd who are to secure of the Union u Mont May Gront express train was wrecked two of Fort Bonton engine mail cars were ditched and Engineer John Wilkinson The man was thrown 150 feet but received only slight Stove fnd May stove nru fJfn- men lie she has with from of cago St Louis with u view to n stove trust which Is beilng formed Local manufacturers nro not favorable to the Idea COLLEGE STRONG MEN to so troops of India They There was a very high to climb of troops to me nnd had better put tlie Afghans in the front going up there They are tain climbers you know put them there They good tain climbers but n company of our troops which started forty minutes after they did reached the summit twenty minutes ahead of them ICE 18 PLAYING train States Minister K H aud party arrived in An crowd to the were ly train to a the multi- a drum corps of from station to outside the c i- MaJ the Tlie visit to in some respects made a with the Syord Expansion out to the as he passed under it the path of the new south Although It not been in- to make any stops after the train was at several of the smaller towns where cotton mills are permit the president to see and the At some of the stations the actually of tlie train engineer was obliged to of enthusiastic City at Sumet sun was train bayous with their tangles of and live oak skirting Lake Into New This Is first time has had chief magistrate the nation a royal re- the old city extended to President McKinley who himself had here before a notable speech here the year preceding his nomination for the presidency Cleveland was upon ono during the interim be- tween his but never before of was full of the of bands of cannon and the of whistles from the harbor craft as the the station Here tlie his party were Council Bluffs Iowa May Three women attended the opening sessions of tlie fourth biennial con- vention oC the Iowa Federation of men's and a somewhat number the reception tendered ing delegates at the Grand Hotel last night by the local clubs The election of a all topic ot discussion Airs Alice Bailey of Des president of the Des Woman's Club Is the most active candidate but the Des feel that Mrs Bailey ought to devote her entire time to the work of her club At a caucus of Des delegates it was resolved to request Bailey to withdraw from the race or resign as president of th Des Moines Club The Des Moines delegation favors the election of Mrs a former ident of the Woman's Club of that The delegates from clubs ot western Iowa -are centering their forces on Mrs Deemer of Red Oak and the contest is becoming almost as as a political convention The Council Bluffs women are still ing strongly of putting forward Mrs Walter I Smith or Miss Caroline Dodge Both sessions yesterday were ed to routine business Mrs Mabel V D Hutchison dent of the federation in address sold The two years Just ended show a most satisfactory growth in the Iowa Federation We now have 224 fifty clubs have been admitted to during that time and only eight have withdrawn The color question is expected to come up to-day when a lively time Is looked for -J Waldersee In a letter sent to Tuesday as the to the views of the the military }s garrison of six thousand men should at and ing district Great Britain -J Germany to i men Italy to contribute 400 men To garrison France Great Britain Russia Germany are to contribute 300 -each and forts are razed SO long Us any occupy Chinese territory military commanders must exercise the full authority a civil principle established i Hague Chief Besides men Tsiu always be in the will with the international fleet at Taku The placing of the n further great advantage It woulU bo inconvenient to the Chinese C eminent which would therefore enf deavor to get rid of It speedily by settlement ot peace conditions V ii chief command is purely military reasons ai In cases of disorder or troubles ot any military measures will te quired These measures must take place where these troubles occur and the authority of the chief must also extend to the guards at Xo May legation guard at the American legation at kin will not be the order x of any foreign general re- ports latest the at In the press dispatches have not reached ton and it Is a ity that the demand tn this regard of the International generals vis not unqualified Still if it is can legation guard will retain dependence even if it Is necessary to that remove It from Pekin and from China The latter of set Bluffs His private irt fi the city station of the promptly at 11 and than one thousand had bled to do the re- turning banqueted end d his honor At banquet Svas greeted by Governor Heard Senators McEnery and the delegation in the house council and of the was formally extending the hospitality of the city to a tary band was completely drowning words New Orlean's favorite air Louisiana QUITE A Crowd in tlie M Columbia linn Fifty Men Who and of WU May A mills nl tho head of the lakos has by tho company a new now laws f state of I'll now Is formed these n total valuation of Is a producing ol worth of u day May Sewall member of the M International IVaco nnd Committee of the United bus Issued mi appeal to tho clergymen the country to thf to be held tho of Ponce of tmd tho Court of Arbitration as It him formed Milwaukee Mny Milwaukee i six weeks to hired received Its urst order The men at tho Mrs the of Charles 702 The pallbearers were In black nats with broad Rnd breeches Mini Chicago May man without New York May L nge of Columbia university's yesterday announced the In regard to the scores of strong men whu sent Columbia lit the tost compel The scores of the were sent to Dr Dudley A Sargent of will he among the and will be to the Institution having the total points nil previous u nd records last won the with the out men from all the colleges put May hill committed suicide lute Tuesday hv from the suspension bridge into the Ohio The of the woman was learned by a curd With n name on It and by n she left on the before she took the leap Slie formerly of nnd n Dr of Toledo Their ried life was not n happy divorce followed After the divorce the woman crime to this city and had made her homo hero and OOO Feet of at Marino City Carried Away Marine May steamers John Uranus were lying company's docks were carried away by the Ice yesterday The dock 900 feet long was totally destroyed The plies were pulled from chains nnd heavy broken as if they were buf cord The and drifted down the river and upon the bank and are now lying lii a rather con- of an Owen B of down in suit f or of the Teachers Federation of of Judge son holds members the state board of vare duty panies He also The steamer M also ried from her dock and brought up the her bulwarks and doing other It to repair lie company's Tlie St river Is blocked with1 ice St May By a vote of to IS and after a contest entire j IB st m Improving at tha hospital of the nola college nnd there Is now no doubt of his 11111111.110 recovery something j and moral fitness Kven u It Is Va 1 to form an cut out made by Dr B li Kails ton days L lie world at the account of a cancer Tho remarkable Assembly undertaken ns a lost ho ten resort It All lo Cal May Express u report to Iho VV tho of l for the of I did not even -a thirteen s the last d omitted In closing opinion son The of the case spirit letter of- the faw must be be With the United Steel Cor- to Working May neer United States Steel corporation fleet President er of the Marine Engineers nnd of the engineers con- yesterday Hayes said that the corporation would not n third engineer unless It wa's shown to be necessary and that the matter would be considered snld the union Tho engineers stated could not accept part of de- mands Tho ended disagreement and meetings will be field at present President J one of prominent Independent vessel owners on made absolutely good evasion will Is the only remedy to which DV The teachers that the stocks and assessment property of in falling violated End for and the of the Lake Carriers tion to pay of the engineers in Ky May band of masked men about Tuesday wrecked on Fifteenth street of Tolin Turner who Is a member of tho Turner faction li the They also and outhouses anil Washington monthly of gorern The president and his cabinet passed out of- the station between n line of smart looking one side and a smarter looking line of young cadets from the Jesuit Military col- lege here on the other The troys ranged In age from 3 but despite their they In their gray uniforms as they presented to the party Out- side the governor's staff resplendent lace and mounted oii plunging ty croyd around the station was so dense that it required the forts of the police the the carriages clear A parade consisting ot the Cavalry the Washington all the litia from this end of the state ed the party along Camp and Canal streets to the new St The city was liberally but not lavishly adorned the national But the crowds In the were mendous Never except In times were to be choked The galleries which embroider the fronts buildings with their line traceries groaned under their burdens of of the the great number of some women who watched the sion from the windows and galleries ladies of the party dined quietly at- and later received the ladies of New Or leans his cabinet the other gentlemen of the were an elaborate banquet at the evening of prominent of Orleans were present and the banquet was to have exceeded lu every respect thing of a similar character attempted heretofore when the president rose to cheered ly the rapprochement between the sections In the past dec- nde While he was talking a guest called But the isthmian WATCH THE KAISER He In Getting in Soutli America n Report j of timely Interest concerning the able growth of German commercial enterprises in South and Central ica has been received at the state de- from Vice Consul General Murphy Germany The rapid extension of Germany's direct lines of steamship connection with our southern says Murphy the growth of German colonies there and the consequent increase of man influence nnd trade especially in southern Brazil In my opinion should arouse a feeling of friendly rivalry in American circles if we intend to maintain our position In these rich Murphy inclosed extracts ar- ticles recently published in a Berlin journal showing Germany's able foothold In South and Central Among the statements made are that the German Huts occupy a strong South American traffic that the North American commercial is entirely unable to enter Into competition with Furthermore it is stated that southern portions of the nent there already are over German colonists become necessary in ease one of the powers formally war upon China and to tho withdrawal of all neutral forces but under conditions the guard probably will remain HEADY TO John Bull to Think Him Decadent London a banquet gives his honor at in last night Broderick the secretary of for war the ents of his army scheme and declared that If Great Britain Is to maintain her commercial and imperial position she is quite ready to tight on the on the the Orange cr the Indus declared that his scheme haff received the im- primature of the greatest living tary that as a they would stand or their to improve the army without any delay whatever He would be no party he said with those who urged the postponement of we application of his scheme until the war In South Africa was with the army at hte back he would not to urge parliament for the sary May Of the government has informed committee on Germany had Great Britain on account or Transvaal and that Great Britain had the demand oa flm tCt the ground that she did not wish to but tho whole The her of expelled said THE NEWS IN BRIEF matter came up is ISO of last n the show chained i of and the every dog the place excitement a- Frank IS waa the first person this year to be by the heat at Chicago In a collision Southern ut Yuba Pass Cal James ders fireman was killed and law Held was cut on the face About a dozen passengers were slightly hurt William H Michigan ber of the Republican national com- Is dead at Detroit is reported that Germany is for a coaling station on the Venezuelan coast gates of- the Welland canar were curried at Port Colburne Ont stopping navigation for a week total China Is cents a bushel on tho Chicago Board of Trade day y engagement announced of Miss Emily Katz of to Governor M Wells of Utah At last Apache shot to death It was done by Mexican The Hay have each given to the Chinese relief whom sixty have already been Hilled A part of the remainder to claim because fought against cause of other patent reasons sound claims however are being of the is persistently ported here that there has been freth fighting between the Chinese in No ence Is placed in such ever as it Is believed they show the necessity for an crease In the military strength of sla many in: the crowd The dogs It the the The dogn continued lii an to clow and the president nothing direct And It further for well to close too much night He by It w 11 be as president of the United of do the honor and promote the prosperity and glory of love con- i V Today the in the after- along the I f rom per V t 10 cents a mile for one trip v hundred May U At a British Empire League it was that the colonial office In with the ment of Canada In regard to King Shamrock II a Southampton rock II will have u spin Saturday and her trial rare Shamrock I will take place In middle of next In Spain Madrid May occurred during the labor demonstrations Palma Island of Majorca and at May has a make-up of the new apportionment IB believed The tho resolution the of members of the rol factories and convents being Toklo The crown was Monday of Cramp u Bay City Slich May representative from Tenth congressional district w his home Bay City m from heart tailed
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