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News (Newspaper) - April 11, 1904, Frederick, Maryland PROM KS KS Is the best newspaper published In I I I A POINTER FOR X TKC N li rmd br of who by At an advertising medium It is. In Hi un- i ISO 11, 1904. 30 CENTS A White Wash Brushes At every price and for in- side or outside We will sell them from 6c to We can. furnish with anything you may waTSt in this Call and be We also handle Flax Seed Get our prices before Congressmen and Senators Discuss That Date to End NO BARRIERS ARE IN THE WAY All the Big Bills Are j Well Advanced and Debate On j vice Pension Legislation Will Soon Be j April 28 has been discussed in rooms and among and representatives as not at all an improbable date for the termination of the present session of The appropriation has been received from the house and reported from the senate tee with an of service pension legislation it is believed ll be exhausted before the is placed on its and this is not considered a barrier to early The army is agreed on except as to four which are in con- and it is thought these ments will not result in much further discussion in either body of The conference report on the EBERT of Low W. Patrick St. Call by either THE FREDERICK COUNTY Just Several cars Maine and New York Seed Early Irish Rural New FI NO LA bath gla Ac. 5 and 10 cent MONEY TO LOAN IN ANY Two very desirable 92 and 94 West South Number one Real Estate bonsht and sold Life and Accident Jr. 31 Court Nest Central tural has been agreed to in the but no action has been taken by the A second conference has been ordered on the fortifications bills on the senate amendments for the chase of a submarine boat for tion on coast defense and making an for the completion of a certain type of disappearing gun Both the naval and the District appropriation bills are in The conference report on the Indian appropriation has been and it is likely to cause debate Tor one or two Four additional discussion is looked for on the appropriation The ments that have been adopted are not of a character that will tie the up in conference for more than two or throe It is expected that the dry civil will be reported from the senate committee on appropriations and the military academy will be ready by the time the sundry civil is It is expected that the general ciency will be reported to the house not later than No call has yet been but Republican leaders of the senate anticipate holding a ing of the steering committee early next week to agree on a general gram for the remaining days of the New Test ot April 11. In an equity suit filed in the county Harry this seeks to prevent the merging of the car wheel plants of the Country and to have the court declare an alleged merger of the Keystone Car Wheel company with the National Car Wheel company illegal and under the Sherman Five Dead In Street Car Santa April of the Edison company's street cur ran off the track in this city and was Three people in- stantly killed and two were so badly I injured that they died soon after tho Twenty were more or less sustaining bruises and broken All are believed to have been residents of Santa ERNEST 24 Patrick Wood Again On the April 11. Major General Leonard Wood is about to begin a campaign with men to compel the allegiance or the Sultan of and to force to turn over to the American authorities 20 murderers whom he has been and a number of stolen is on 1 the shore of Lake in CROUP CU Croup attacks a child without and needs immediate attention or it may prove even it you notice symptoms of give baby a small dose of s. DEVILBISS 68 N. Market Md. T PRINTED OH AT NEWS JOB PRINTING relieve it m I HIS cure it in Ko W I from choking after you w B given baby oue or two Every mother should keep a bottio of Cough Syrup in tbe house to b J pared for sudden attacks of ONE BOTTLE CURED HER Mrs. Mary of 530 Clinton S. little years caught the croup and I concluded to try Dr. Bull's Cough as I have more faith in it than in He was soon relieved alter a doses and entirely cured of the croup and bronchial trouble after having taken one bottle of Dr. Bull's Cough When I have this old reliable remedy in tha house I feel and since it cured him I always keep a bottle in the AVOID Do not accept some cheap imitation that contains harmful Insist on getting Price 25c. See that the is on the ENTICING JAPS TO THE INTERIOR Russia Then Promises a Crushing Defeat to NO ATTACK ON PORT ARTHUR High Military Authority Why There Is No Heavy ance to Japanese Advance at Yalu St. April anticipated attack on Fort Ar- thur did not although a tele- gram received from Grand Cyril reports that the enemy's ships were sighted on the It is presumed that the Japanese were warned of the extra precautions which had taken to guard There were no Easter at the By special dispensation the soldiers and sailors were relieved of all religious observances on account of the necessities of the military Vice Admiral torpedo tilla patrolled the open while the with full steam remained outside Port throughout the theatre of all is reported A high military authority explained why General plan of campaign docs not contemplate a heavy resistance to the Japanese advance at the defeat or victory in a battle there would be disadvantageous to If we lost we would have to fall back a difficult If we I say to you that Russian strategy is based on the idea of tory and not on that of vould be We could not low it up without exposing the army lo too great On account of the Japanese control of the if we sued the enemy into the peninsula of we would open both flanks to a possible attack from the the Japanese must on to a point in the with this end in has been where we can follow up a crushing defeat to the bitter end with blow after blow and seal the fate of the plans on sea and land will converge at a time next summer when Vice Admiral fleet will be relieved by the arrival of if successful on we can clear the sea of the cut hia and the Japanese in Korea and will then be at our world not be The prelude to this war is not yet It is understood here that as the re- sult of General Kuropatkin's visit to New of men will be sent forward from Liao Special reports have been received from all the Jewish districts of sia regarding the happenings of Easter According to these dispatches the Russian Easter passed and there was absolutely no attempt to molest the the provincial acting in accordance with in- from St. The faithful execution of the governor's orders to the local authorities and the police prevented the outbreaks which feared at the scene of the disturbances last There was not a single case there in. which Jews and Christians were The government officials here are fied that order has been so generally MRS. JEFFERSON Mrs. widow of Jefferson president of the States of la nearly seventy-eight yours of URO and Is In Of her six but one la Mrs. I. A. of mm Watchman at Houston Club of U. of P. Slain by NEGRO SUSPECT ARREST THE KAISER AVERTED WAR Settled Dispute Between Italy and April tho Italian foreign in an Inter- view said that he and Count the Austrian foreign entirely satisfied with their meeting at the result oE which he would communicate to The following telegram from Vienna to the newspaper causes a resurrection of the agitation in Italy in which the agitators claimed the Italian provinces still under strained the relations of the two countries that they were several times on the point of declaring Austria was indignant when Italy tested to the emperor of according to the Triple is the arbiter ot dia- The emperor decided that Italy was wrong in not repressing the anti-Austrian movement and that Austria would be wrong if she tried to occupy Albania and thus conflict with Italian There being no appeal from this Italy and Austria decided to complete the cord obtained through the meeting at Naples of Emperor William and King Victor In whose contrary to other similar Emperor Francis Joseph was cordially alluded Besides this meeting at which occurred in one of the Italian provinces sub- ject to is to be understood as Italy's formal renunciation of those BOY HUNG ON DOOR HOOK HEARST FIGHTING HARD Vigorously Denies He Has Withdrawn From Race For April county and lire promised by the Hearst managers before thoir fight Is Wherever conventions have been held up to tho there have been surprises for one side or the They say here that the end is not yet by any More than It would be hard to find a madder set of men than they They could not language forcible to express their ings as to the dispatch sent from In- practically declaring that Mr. Hearst had Mr. Hearst de- clared that nothing could cause his retirement and that It had not been thought of for a moment is absolutely no truth In tho story that I have ho Is possible the dispatch may have seen sent as a but It has become I have never in my life used such language to a person as I am quoted as using in forged dis- Outside of is not felt that the dispatch has hurt the Hearst boom to any great Up to date the Hearst campaigners have made about nn even break as to delegates Twenty delegates have been Instructed for Hearst so and 22 go to St. Louis without This makes to date as Whole No. No. For Kansas 20 Ohio 6 Rhode 8 8 South 8 8 RUMORS UNCONFIRMED No Further News of Reported Land Fighting and Captured April confirmation has reached London of the various most of which came by way of of land landings by Japanese on the Liao Tung the capture of Japanese transports by etc. Dispatches from various points agree that the Russians have completely evacuated but beyond this there is little reliable A which reached London by way of asserts that the Japanese with 20 was seen making for Port j The squadron of Admiral Wirenius left Cherbourg for the Baltic Marquis president of the nese privy was given a quet at Tokio on HP an- the success of his mission in establishing confidential relations be- tween the Japanese and Korean and said that at his government's re- quest he had drawn up an elaborate report on Korean political The Japanese papers the idea of the Russian Baltic ron ever reaching tne Far East ami 110 believe that it will ever make the attempt Woman Enlists In Cossack St. April war ministry has the petition of Mme. of Colonel who desired to be enrolled in a regiment The ministry has ordered her enrollment in the First Regiment of years of was reared under the patronage of the late Emperor Alexander is a fine a Rood shot and handles the and sword equally often taking part in cavalry of regiment She also a Red Cross but there are enough women and wants to show that a an can Suspended by His and Was Horribly April ing hung five minutes on a which bad his cheek when he 3-year-old hart of 1127 Orianna street was rescued by his but not until his right cheek had been almost torn off and bis right eye all but torn of its The Jad was playing when he fell over the raised door in the pavement of his and was precipitated into the cheek catching on the hook as he de- There he until finally his cries were heard bv his who was in a distant part of the She lifted him off the hook and hurried with him to the The flesh was torn upward from the cheek to the eye All the lage and muscles had been torn and the lower eyelid was cally as though with a The per lid was split both laterally and the ball of tho eye re- its place in the socket attached by the optic The eyeball itself had escaped serious Dr. immediately an operation in fort to preserve the More than 20 stitches were puf in the little low's face to e tho wounds and to make a perfect alignment of the per and lower so that the lashes will fall in the proper and to prive a perfect conformation to the upper lid over tho Boston Gets Episcopal Convention April been made that the next general con- vention of the Episcopal church will be held in this city October 5 to 25 The sessions will be held in and it is estimated that some 7000 people will The auxiliary also will hold its convention 0 to 10. is possible that the archbishop of Can will attend the convention as r visitor and as a guest of the citizens J of Totals 42 20 MAY DRIVE FAIRBANKS OUT Believed He Surprised a Robber at Work and In That Followed His Head Was One Ear Partly Cut Off and n April 11. watchman at the Houston ol tho University of is on the in iho the university's oi 1-uiiiluiKs. brutally in the bowling alleys in of the club The is to have two hours after the murder was discovered a was arrested on Houston Hall Is closed at 7 on Sunday Shortly after that hour a student in passing the hall that It had not been anil entered the As he did so ho hoard groans in the basement He summoned from the University and tha who was about 69 years of was found across ono of bowling The right side ot his head was crushed one ear was partly rut off and one finger was ered from his left The man was One of the pockets was turned inside Near the body found two chisels and an Blood was spattered over tho alloy and on several of the bowling A stand where books and stationery ara just outside tho bowling showed evidences of a part of the iron grill work surrounding the stand having been torn A thorough search oC the was Under a cushion in a cozy corner on tho main floor a stained hutchet was Trails oC blood led from the alleys to this spot and also to the bath room on the ond where towels were also The after a quick came to tho conclusion that tha ed watchman surprised a robber at probably a A general alarm was sent to all police stations to all colored men with blood on their clothes or who may have re- hatchet Two hours after the discovery of the crime a gro was taken into custody in. one of the shim districts of the Ha had cuts on his and said he had received them In a Competition For the Vice Presidency Not to His April banks may have to announce before long that will no longer allow his name to bp used in connection with for the vice He publicly authorized its a nomination by tion wrs to Now I hat for the vice presidency are in the Republican Mr. may soon be put in the situation of either com with them or by declining to to have been rodit his presidential he of West is the tor the vice of Governor Van of of ex-Mayor Cyrus of St. are recognized Republican candidates ami others are NEW PERIL FOR MRS. BOTKIN She is Now With the Murder of Mrs. Joshua San April 11. of swore to a com plaint before the police charg ing Botkin with the mur of Ida Henrietta Deane bv means of the yame poisoned That the death of her sister Mrs John P. A warrant for Bot arrest on this new charge of murder was served on her lafr in tho county This aition has been in to perpetuate the testimony of the from bj tlie who are anxious to return and cannot legally be compelled come to California in case of a A Newa advertisement MILLIONS LOST BY Cost of Preventable Diseases to New York State in and N. April 11. Millions upon millions of dollars annually lost to the people of the state ot New York through preventable diseases is the keynote of the annual report of State Commissioner Lewis to the the monetary value of a human life is assumed to be says Dr. deaths from but five of preventable diseases during 1903 in this state represent a loss ot These figures seem and yet millions upon millions can properly as added to this in loss of expense of the care of the sick and many other expenses incidental to the management of these epidemic and in- As the most conspicuous feature ut the sanitary condition of the state ing 1903, the report cites the typhoid epidemic at with a lation of there were over 50ft cases and 50 In this says the the distribution of the fever cases indicated the water supply as the purveyor of tha infectious Three April thousand people in the village of ing the western limits of the city of are living in the upper ies of their while several sand who reside in that of the city known as Point St. are in A large quantity ol ice came down from Lake St. Louis and jammed up against the Victoria In a few minutes water began to and in a short time the top of the dyke aft the last great and which b up to the present a In a short time 4 became possible to navigate all of Verdun in for- of the Queen's Park with Trainmen Held For Pa. April nT's jury the aer on the two men were and ma 3urod. The jury and John of the coal pulled on tnc majn track causing Bentz and Fleischut were taken before a magistrate ot in bail each for charge of for jury recommended road company comply and not allow its employe over 12 hours per day Co. is said the men were on Obio High School this 111.. to pay broke out in the rj per cent Galesburg high total destruction of trie a w equipment by a falling T A larga fully covered by taken JEWS PA PER I IN SPA PERI
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