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Elkhart Daily Review (Newspaper) - June 18, 1902, Elkhart, Indiana old established J AU calls day 99 - South Main service for telegraph or carry small packages and in or out of the - - c - 120M W. 626. Prices Jewelry - and Plated at cut 431 ' Call anil see H. A. ' of San J. A. Secretary of the Board of of have found an Some months ago wUb caused system seemed and I Peruna Sted Oie very It entire system and made me feet like a new I it is high praise bestowed upon it J. A. always gives and can be the proper Floating specks the fits of nervous flashes of chilly any of these symptoms or all them should promptly met by the of B. from in a letter from D. says what my friends Is toMc and a safe catarrh T. a book written by President The Hartman on the subject of the disturbances peculiar to sent free to address by The PeruM Medicine O. lawn lawn screen window wire cloth and all hot weather We have Our prices are Give us a E. at- La M. a 408 S. Opp. P i ar over x r Central attention ronlo se and German ' toothsome to package makes two only labor is the Condensed Mince Meat is for sale by every good grocer at lo cents a Recipes on every Valuable list of Rogers Beware of Let us know if your dealer to supply We will tell you o f one who will be glad N. week ' in and becoming help you to select a shape most becoming to you can Have It trimmed r. order - choicest i blosT most | a charming and of ' June 18.Clerk of the state W. of state Dr. Julia J. A. of and J. appellate H. 1 of f The foregoing ticket was nominated by the John P. of the trai with The election of Hopkins the only fight in the but it Stirling for any in the other and Hopkins tlie ' was full of clasps between and indulged In an in St. Nicholas hotel during in i- criticisms of attributed Hopf Later Harrison and his friends succeeded in beating kins in the and elected Thomas Jj in his stendi one- chance to chairman was in general appointed to select the the were was beaten beyond all J Confident of the himself confident of the justified when the committee by majority of three recommended his 13; 10. the Harrison and fight to the floor 4 struggle wild were- of both of men cheered or jeered doing the with wild applause and tumultuous lacked nothing either times and criticisms highly personal in their nature were frequently WINS WITH EASE About a first question before the convention in selecting the chairman was the adoption of the minority report as a substitute for that the This was voted down by the ayes and The roll was then on the adoption of the majority report On this Hopkins the result the ballot being man as 8C2 for the adoption of the report and 397 Cook county's 253; 209. the contest for state treasurer F. Dunlop fore the r convention met He could have been by but refused to of John and C. of Coles were Cuneo Duddleston was on the i receiving 906 votes to for Pennelli For clerk of the supreme court John of was first The other chosen by of was chairman j of ithe both temporary and and an address was on resolutions and stormy port long at that all been and half the hair report was read ' and over the first .in were to Indorse ilie of at our national These those in the given - No was made rto ARB Over London HIS rJames N. - Wrights Jackson P. Wilson M. Frank P. i Twenty-first Charles A. W. William A. June the convention of the Democratic League of heire the following were elected W. T. Scott of vice L. G. Chicago Harvey of Chicago r A. of The convention named a. committee to appeal to the residents of Illinois regarding outrages at HOFFMAN IS Clergyman in Away N. June 18.Rev. Eugene dean of the of the Protestant Episcopal SBAN iSe Mr. clergyman in the world and at the same time the most modest and retiring of He started in life with all the tations of ease gayety and before but he put them all aside to himself to the i diffusion of the doctrine of Christ He was in New In 1879 he came to the deanship of the Theological and with passion for hard work which he always kept THEIR in the Case of- Mrs. and Her June 18.James Gorman his C. haye been charger with the murder of the latter's Thomas who was cattie his home weeks and his brother gave it out that he had gone west to seek another location their A- few days later Mrs. Gorman and James began selling the ' personal property at the disposing of as much of as they they left with a six-horse taking with Athem i Mrs. Gorman's Neighbors suspicious and sedrch ' of finding the mutilated body of Thomas * in the Sheriff In the arrested them near and was The little girl was not and It is body the - Senate and House in 18.^Throughout yesterday's of the canal was ' Speeches delivered AIL advocated the Nicaragua route except executive The platform all fundamental the a i f h house spent the amend the existing An was the Indian Acts 18.'-^The rf of Spanish sill j to Inform Keep Ib 111Some Facts 18.^A sensational story was current in London of the discovery ' of a plot lang This created considerable discussion in: newspaper and other but it. was in anything like official According to the King Edward's sudden illness at Aldershot was not due to a was merely an excuse for withdrawing his from public owing to discovery by Scotland Yard of a plot against his The principals in this plot have not yet been Ways of It. ' It Is cited In confirmation of- story that King recovery when he was ensconced Windsor castle was as - complete speedy his attack had been On the other hand it be pointed out that if his majesty's was merely diplomatic the i officials certainly took a great deal of trouble keeping up the Sir Francis physician In ordinary to the was summoned by telegraph to prescriptions were hurriedly and everything about the king's apartments Indicated the genuine nature of his Will Not King Edward's journey from Aldershot to Windsor in his motor his subsequent drive yesterday in Windsor do not seem to fear of a further attack upon his At Scotland Yard the utmost reticence was maintained concerning these that the chief return home at were duty and while they refused to see newspaper reporters they declined either to deny or confirm the 1.00k Peril Edward's drive to Frogmore late yesterday afternoon in a closed attended only by a man of the was quite unprecedented and a great surprise to the The sun shone brightly at the time and his majesty appeared delighted to be out and bowed graciously and smilingly in turn to the salutes from the If the weather continues fine there is a possibility that he will go to Ascot but the injunctions of his physicians that the royal should remain as quiet as possible still hold MINISTER SEDDON Not People's June 18.-^At annual New Zealand banquet which was held In London last night R. J. the prime minister of New who was one of the most Interesting personalities among the colonial gave a glowing description of the of the colony he social reform to the of many outsiders considered to be rad ical Ti me had demonstrated the soundness of this the the result that today New Zealand had little no everybody had and New Zealanders a and enlightened preferential trade Seddon said much prehension existed as the real attitude Great Britain's colonies In this They were moved by love and and not by He said he believed there Vas not a single colony but was prepared to give preferences to the manufactures of the mother country a rebate on in British to Great Britain's ground in manufactures and to the fact that States imports into New Zealand increased fivefold since 1896. He read an extract from a speech made by Leslie M. of the at of of from tlie union jack to and said he saw in this danger Great ought on is useless to hide our heads in sand Africa at June 18.In" concluding a dispatch stating that oi Boers ' been Kitchener have over South African to the as the necessity for ' military operations has Boer ' surrenders aggregate I yet to - - - as to tonight committee Cuban to hold have dismissed question from their them their to other sugar inen have been so - encouraged recent claim that the conference V decision will be adverse whatever In of Senators Foraker called at discussed Cuban reciprocity the The attitude of president now is regarded as that of listener than an having expressed himself In message as to the duty of THE OWN Four in Tor V June 18.One of Lord dispatches while he was In the field in South Africa Is published day which has a peculiar In concluding the dispatch he says Wishes to record the fact that in 1900, entrusted him with four worked by she to be private soldiers the colon lal of New Zealand South The selection of the recipients In each left to the colonial officer the contingent The goes to now Richard of Canadian regiment for personal gallantry in the on the Ball June 18.Yesterday's scores by expert base ball clubs are given At 4, Philadelphia 3; at York 2, Boston 13. At St 2, St. Louis 2ten at 0, Detroit 4; at 4, Boston 3; at 2. Chicago 6. At 1, Toledo 8; af 0, Louisville 12; at City 3, Minneapolis 4; at Paul 4, Milwaukee 8 seven At Colorado 2, Colorado Springs 4; at Joseph 4, Milwaukee 5 thirteen at Moines 0, Denver 6 at 5. Peoria 8.__% Killed by June 18.Four men were struck by lightning and killed on a farm twelve miles southwest of here The dead are William Henry George Bratcher and a of George - 4' tocia bosses and have The Will Go After His June 18.The Boer General Louis Botha Is coming to family had taken for the purpose of taking back to South FACTS IN corn exchange at Liverpool will be closed 26 and 27, and probably June 28," In observance of the Is on the Increase In there being about thirty foreign General Charles Bird has been rendered splendid in the civil has been - snowing steadily at for four D. Fillburn has been for representative by the Democrats of the Tenth Illinois congressional district slight earthquake shocks have been felt in the arrondissement of Sixth district ' Missouri Democrats have renominated De Armond by now a Minneapolis grand jury has indicted Mayor Ames for offering He gave X right hand was blown off by the of a giant firecracker at - A. M. the late Alderman Kent's was one of the of the St Luke's society fire at is dead his NEW an J to the of 1,300 ' Cross Une at Full June 18.Exactiy at noon yesterday 1,300" and all ages rushed across line Fort and a cloud of their mad rush and mineral lands Most were mounted horses and 1,000' persons departed later pack Before 2 practically of trouble ' signal was men same at ini provided UFE He Got the Pen at School it fs the and Guaranteed bottles 5(fc' free at drug 18.Tr-fter a desperate battie local In which shots exchanged in a chase of mile Lon a wanted in Indianapolis for various brought to bay Henderson did not until had been shot by tiie wounds are not necessarily Lon has been known as one of the most perate criminals Indianapolis ever On the of March 1 was found by Hyland burglarizing the Fulton Captain was shot in side and Merchant Policeman came to Hyland's was shot lb the of ' but a trail of blood Four days later with Frank was stopped by Patrolman Both opened shooting the side and Foth escaped the but Hedges was afterward captured and Is now in the He Killed John nine years ago John marshal of accompanied by an stopped into a saloon in the to a masked man behind the bar in the tiie money called what does this The words were his last as the burglar whirled with a In each hand and blazed was During confusion the murderer Instead of leaving Indianapolis who proved to remained and it was but a short time before he confided to his sweetheart that he had killed to Earth at It was some time before he was in his mother's Ben a colored forced his way In. A desperate battle in which Henderson's mother took part. She hurled articles of furniture and cooking utensils at the while used a He badly the operating an hour Henderson made admissions that gave the police the first intimation that he was the murderer He was tried and sentenced to prison for twenty-one but only served seven years of the He ate soap and got sick and the thug was paroled at the solicitation of friends that he might die at would become acquainted with this question one of complete compilations forf every helps that Is day baa quotation noted or In its thought and a grand use of obtained Ry. only after * considerable will be pleased to ' a copy to -on of. two cents In postage to cover cost of A. J. G. P. T. 10 12, 18 at Terre Haute with 900 June 18.^The thirty-eighth annual convention of Indiana Sunday School union opened at the First M. church yesterday at 2 p. m. with about delegates in Up to noon yesterday the credentials of over 1.000 delegates had been received by the committee on and the attendance will probably reach 1.500. At the opening session W. C. of his and there was a of Department with by D. W. of arid C. D. of editor of the of The the formal address of welcome was delivered by Dr. W. A. pastor of The music was in charge of B. C. the famous convention Among those from state who were present were Mrs. S. S. state mary superintendent of Nannie Lee state primary Wilbur of New and Marlon International in His 18^Yester-d'y afternoon the dead body of T. was found room at the Westcott He went after dinner There to Indicate death other than from natural Nearing was years for New York There Is nothing in. his Smallpox at - city Is again threatened with a smallpox and ' 'A city Four have since fifty with the ' Cost Their - 18":A.Big Four freight as the If you have kidney or bladder trouble and do not you will have only as. it cures forms of kidney and bladder drug 14d6wl* weight Startling proof of a advance Is given by druggist G. W. W. Va. An man there had 4ong suffered with what good doctors Incurable case hopeless till he used and applied Arnica which completely cured Bitters are used to expel kidney and microbe poisons at the same lime this 8alve";exerts its skin ulcers aores Bitters 60c, Salve 25u and drug Four 7^,to,Benton Harbor and June 23., to and June I to Ind and June 28-24-25, return June ' 28, account Music tn and June 18-9; return June 20. to Haute and June 17-18; return June 21.:. to June 25 to 28, return June 80,' state convention Christian Endeavor R. A. J. ten years I was confined to my bed with of my that I could not move part of the I the very beet medical could no unill Foley's Kidney Cure was recommended to me. It. haa been a Godsend to and New Two fast trains at feed cheapest and Home phone 705. and summer can be cured by Foley's Honey drug from electric doorbells complete 18tf' to wash Good wages to ' 6 14tf overheat at using y * ' ' drug girl to 403'Franklii8treet,5 26tt 1 For and have tried about all the
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