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Lima Daily News, The (Newspaper) - September 7, 1899, Lima, Ohio THE LIMA NEWS i VOL III NO LIMA OHIO THURSDAY 7 1899 The News Is the Only Penny Daily in the City THE NAVAL i ROGATORY COMMISSION AMERICAN BANKERS Col to Allow 4 to At Mr land ng of Ibe Association in iry io r ot Cola Veterans Proposed Admission of Spanish War Veterans Causes A Disturbance I Sept the opening of O Sept tne court-martial can put itself on morning M Labori that he record unequivocally in favor of the A intimation gold standard Wednesday by adopting that and Col a resolution the meaning which no- would 1.0 to appear body can mistake That action taken i personally before the court ao he in with the of Col i proposed that a commission Myron T should be telegraphed to receive their in line fur the dene uf the association in made M and Maj Carriere did it a day for the national not only the The adoption of the latter out tnat tjie proposed resolution nas uot perhaps a step would involve a deviation from I in Tne association is a sound money m i -i TTT a Ion M Labori re- from to end Heretofore all A Vote Was Taken Which Was Overwhelming i iu to induce the association to journ for Hours and 111 a take which might be regarded j was required he suggested that J as of a political character have failed I A TOOK PLACE HANGS ON A WORD if Emperor William Allows Col to Testify Dreyfus Is Saved Against Admitting Them to the Association Delegates From New York and New Jersey Walked Out in a Body and Will Start an Opposition Organization Im- mediately ite i u Sept were times at Wednesdays session of the Utu annual convention of the tiona Association of Veterans A resolution for tne on of participants in the Spanish to membership in the association Cil a rumpus and the result was that I there is now a split in the organisation At tnc convention held in Cincinnati j last September the resolution above j and mentioned was introduced and x The m tho y the d the w ovi am th is announced the from New Y irk from Adm i a short session be held when j the couit until Monday lie then crew up a form il i tion that Cols and 1 be witnesses and that on questions should be them to u men they should i reply oath Tne tust question wat if the documents in the j 1 or and lie requested i that they te f nad re- the u hen and i whether had sent to bleu a copy and if or they haii had any j The court on M La bori's application fur a for a quarter of at huur jt the HIS EARNESTLY AWAITED If the Emperor Declines to Allow the Colonel to Intervene the Dreyfus Case is Hopeless but the view taken was that the money question was one which ought to be elevated above tics So the resolution was brought forward the association pot historical conservatism and j voted for the The Emperor Stands the Arbiter of the Internal alK and unanimously SWEPT BY THE Vi IND A Much in Seriously A -3 wo Injured General Opinion is the Kaiser will Allow to Testify 0 ing barely escaped torn by a tornado Tuesday night Just north c-f this a strip two miles and half a mile wide was cleared Dreyfus hangs on a iord from in replying to it Sept salvation of will undoubtedly agree upon of almost One person was seriously and two others opposition der tne rules was laid over this roir There was much members as to the uf i the war veterans and when the resolution came before the association dav was ready to fight for or it Tnc leader of the forces in the nr position was U of tne York city He ed a address in which he said that the be admitting the inn the late war and not let the it on die the of the war He was followed Surgeon A Trego of more wno stoutly the i be in city bolters that nearly i t from the j association rind vili admit to those who were in the i i i during the war Outside of this episode the convention was a one Adm Foss of u as in the and made ad A resolut of title of was organized fur -tie of the civil war only and tint it witn them A oi I a very able adopted tne and tne i in the ition th 1 ne to with of each was a i or tao ore ion of a tnc The will be visited viav by Adm of the Atlantic in Ono Ann Sept 1 shot and killed Joseph and mortally wounded bore Wednesday on dny a from his wife lie wanted the Watson woman to 7 United Svates Minister ucu at Tokio t the stale dep tba the of Japan has opened to foreign trade 22 additional ports un- der the operation of the new treaties i Will Sept Town correspondent of the Daily Mail b thice davs 1 11 roeier the lor leader Colony 1 that unless he complied with war would be inevitable Mr Ki replied to Stein of the Tree Stale is also urging according to the correspondent to come to terms with Great am This was the eral opinion here night If kaiser consents to allow Col the German military attache at Pans in 1391 to testify be- fore the court-martial or to send a deposition or what is considered still more probable to allow his deposition to be accompanied by the actual ments mentioned in the bordereau then Dreyfus is saved If the emperor however decides that it is not in the interests of Germany for Col koppen to intervene then Dreyfus case is hopeless and his condemnation certain Wednesday night the eyes of France neie across the frontier to Stuttgart where the kaiser is and awaiting his decision lie is in the of the spectators seum in ancient Home with Dreyfus at the foot of his antagonist and whether the emperor points his thumb up or dow At a late hour Wednesday evening he had no either way and Frenchmen are with interest the first md cation of his will bori's appeal it is possible that days will elapse before their decision is known The opinion generally held here that Emperor William and King bert will allow Col and Col to be examined by a rogatory commission and their to be sent to evidence the original of treasonable The are extremely exasperated at what they as M been seeking an excuse to invoke intervention of ths German and Italian sovereigns and seized the of Cernuschi as his that the admission of the evidence of this foreigner bis application koppen and M Labori insisted that the ance of Cernuschi on the stand was quite without precedent but the point out and with a certain amount of reason that the counsel for the defense were really the first to introduce testimony as they summoned the Monro Wit Pa Sept John Moore of the diocese of St Kin was stricken with at lake Tuesday He was resting comfortably Wednesday KEY Fin Sept T steamer Hannah M from September 2 for Venice a cotton is reported ashore at Key near here In Sept is to be in three of Chicago's high schools This was decided upon by tK of education Wednesday night Hy a Storm W Va Sept S p.m Wednesday a heavy storm passed over completely wrecking the court house a large brick j and doing considerable other damage I A blockade prevailed in the streets as ami tangled made them e for time Xo loss of life has been reported but the damage to crops and farm property is tor ST Louis Sept deed of trust for was filed in St Louts Wednesday by the St Louis Iron Mountain Southern Railroad Co the Metropolitan Trust Co of York and Robert B being named as trustees The deed is filed to protect the company's bond Contribution 11 T SonU John D has contributed to endowment fund now raised for university THAT AUK TO SHOOT CLONES A Iscil the ton shovi n in the picture which tie is iui visitors It frames irk er run to tho cannon in front of 11 an- hy moans of of the the ard rolls i u nf which time Col the Fifteen or -0 oil won declaring the court were blown down 1 of incompetent to grant the application unroofed windmills demolished orchards destroyed and the crops ly injured Corn in To all intents and purposes Emperor j E Hsh Rowland nf a William stands to-day the arbiter of the internal neace of France for every on tne question of sion to having written the one anticipates that King j Anyway it can be safely asserted that of a wooden will follow his lead This is probably j the explanation of the delay j William has gone to j burg from and I Humbert is at Turin Communication between the two monarchs is fore somewhat complicated and as THE G A R LADIES Home for He i-l Their ii in 2.1 356 1 riddled roots bv tne way of the was hail and torn up by the n i rui Sept report For- of of the Ladies to drown G A U vas road at the afternoon I a ln pai k after session She announced that a Mie was pulled home for veterans and their i out by the pid The gin she would be established in California j from f Lwo The total present membership is to in a disorderly Representatives from 27 states house Mie her Io -or jilted swered roll call Three thousand liia nol to longer seven hundred and I refuses to name ion of Cernuschi Kb a ness for the prosecution came as a itab e to the defense almost at the last moment more or less excuse for M appeal to summon tne and attaches SWITCH WAS OPEN dollars was expended during the year and there is a balance on hand of A new department was added at Oregon and fill were formed A badge and a dia- mond ring were presented to President Win slow The election of will take place Thursday She is a pretty blonde Chicago Limited Express On Pennsylvania Erie Wrecked In bl crs The revenue on it cost en io the Now A Sept refuso to pay the now taxes and many land owners have de- to follow their SANTIAGO PR via t 7 Chilean section of the Trans-Andean railway will be sold ftt public auction September 14 Tenn Sept Two hundred coal miners at tho Sale creek mines struck Wednesday because the company was furnishing coal to the Dayton Coal and Iron Co whose miners were on a strike for higher wages Cotton Crop ATLANTA On of Agriculture C R Stevens who re- turned Wednesday after a trip of in- states that the Georgia ton crop will bo at least half a million i short Two lly Jimn Sept L Larson John Lundstrom Albert son and Henry of Gar field and O C W Westman from Belle Rivers threshers while returning from don Wednesday afternoon were struck by Lundstrom and man were killed The others were more or less injured but will V Orad Sept Y Wheeler president of the Firth IX 7 Young Men's Democratic club has arranged to tender a reception at the Great ern hotel Thursday in honor of John U McLean This will be the first opportunity the Columbus public has had of seeing the democratic nee for governor Ohio Col 0 Sept Ohio state thai growers association met in session on the fair grounds Wednesday A was adopted declaring the wool schedule of the tariff lull is of no benefit to Ohio growers Tiller ST TAitiS A explosion wrecked the plant and in Three Trainmen and One Tramp Killed and Two Trainmen and a Tramp Injured Pa Sept 7 A-i open switch caused a on the Km road at Minors Station a short distance above this city in three mon wore killed and one injured A tramp was and another injured A west bound freight train had taken the siding to ling Steel Co of died nt Hen Apple his in this city aged 50 He was n native of tlo Mr Wheeler editor of the Hurlington from to j council of Victoria Wednesday 1873 the woman's IV allow train No 5 Chicago New to pass The switch was left open and the train ran into end the freight at the rate of sixty miles an hour through freight cars The M Arnold engineer of the train II conductor freight train freight train Joseph Korsh of stealing a ride on the train Tho Fireman Plumb train A young mill from Chicago ride on passenger twin in charge of dead engine on the freight train Tho dead and injured to this
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