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   Colorado Springs Gazette (Newspaper) - May 31, 1909, Colorado Springs, Colorado                               Hrarfi Hie people you want to rwu-h, Tilt HIV13U tliroiigh the I of T-ho cenlnU I C ulnrado'M only seven-day paper. 1 COLORADO SPRINGS t-xlajr. 4t41; MM. Fa4r. jiftcrdar, U. yesterday, T9 uMit of NO. MTU YKAIt. Kil.ll IN COLORADO COLO., MONDAY. 1'l.UCE FIVE CENTS Zephyr, Texas, Struck by Stotm of Great Fury Sunday Morning, Relief Rushed to Stricken Vil- lage oy Neighboring Town. No Fatalities in Okla- homa Twister. Tex., May 30, A tornado of great fury struck ifie little village of Zephyr, it tlie portion of IPfll SPEAKER TODAY AT EMC OF GullYSBll OVER POINTS III TYETTO BE SEIIIED This beautiful monument, feet In haa been erected by the United government at a coat of 175.000. It stand s'The Angle" on the Birthplace ol Civilization L the Scene ol Bloodies and Unending W ar. k GATEWAY OF THE EAST f Haskin Tells oi EncKantmtntv oi Egypt ol Today 1 irsl ol Scries ol Articles. L TUB UATBWAY-.GF THB liAST. By tVUderic J. llAskin. CAIRO. May is the gateway of the Entering It, the by strange confusion of color and its nameless sp'-ll. LookihK "f 't, tlw OrlfutiU giizi-s with indifferent r, tinged 'with contempt, upon this curi- j ously dull and conceited West. Here .Kgybt, the cradle of civilization, tfc ATLANTIC C left a path of death and destruc-j tion seldom paralleled. The death list has reached a total of 32, and the number of seriously and fatal- ly woxmded will reaeh 50, with a of others more or less in- jured. The storm, formed half a mile southwest of Zephyr and rushed down "upon the village, cutting ft wide swath directly through the residence and business districts. It the earth for a distance of _____ _ probably less than a mile. Xearly! morning, received a number of V.S- Itora during the which waa ser.od on the lawn; and bad an dinner with hia relatives and a few Invited ft The early In the evening drove to tna union atatlon and law and religion, the twentieth cen- j .May spend-! The KesiJent Jaft for the aaat at'.tury finds the gate between the two I p. i Here the musv .enlighten'd in Pittaburg, President Taft left late tonight for Gettysburg. where he win tomorrow deliver the Memorial day and his daugh- ter. Miss Helen Taft, will unveil the towering1' granite monument erected by Congress to the memory of the regular engaged in the Penn- campaign, _ Mr- Taft spent a quiet day at; the home of his aister-ln-law and her and houses were entirely demol- ished. Hat of the aJI of whom lived in Zephyr, foHowa: ti T. CABLER. county attorney of Rrownwood and wife two children. MRS. yeara old son Robert. MISS 03RTIK HUii-ON, SS. OIBBS CtiOTC4' old, son Profesaor OSCAR WARE. 33 yean old and two Harry and MISS JESSIE WAKE, 15. W. G. SIMMONS AMD wilts, and wo children, Bertie. 14. and Watt 12. BKN BROWN AND WlFEX- ALMA RAMSAY AND SON. Onie, aired 18. C M. CAR rfcR, wife, M, a 12. and Infant. TAFTAIN COLLINS, RVBT 3 year? old anl Hodney Campbell, Infant children of Mrs. Rob CnmpbeH. .started' .a conflagration deft roved entire bualness ilock. No cfffort was made to fight The'President waa accompanied making thrflm great the by his brother, Charles for revival of Islam. Here Tart of Cincinnati, who is also one, the. misisonary from Wls-'onein is bat- of.the owners of the Chicago 'National "Ing for the ultra-protestant type of league baseball team. The scores of! Christianity. Opposed to both are the two games played in Chicago and notv-progresslve day were conveyed to the lems and the ancient Coptic church, residence and the Ficsident took de-! most conservative of all chirlatiau light In chafflng Ms brother the bodlea, two victoriea acored by the Pittsburgh Here the patriotic Egyptian nation- team. Secretary of State Knox left tonight i for direct. The aervicea attended by the President today were held 'in the First Unitarian church, which waa crowded. allst is making a fight lor the political entire day in conference over thos, refOiui of the and points In agreement wftJcti from here waa directed, la part, the I to be settled. The conference bloodleaa revolution a.Uch gave gaumed tomonow be key a conatitnilonal later confirmed by Count Zeppelin Accom- plishes Most Striking Feat of His Career. AERONAQTSnitAFLOfll OB of the mlKHiuner of I and Governor Hoke Smith ATLANTA. the Georgia railroad Ma> and 36 offloalw he Broth- erho.x3 of Firemen spent nearly tne of England, tired to hia prtvatie ear, the Olympla. reft the church. Rev. Dr, L.; Walter Mason, pastoTi Abdul And of church, uaed the of hla indulging native patriot in tola sennon, the words of St. Paul, "We God'a fellow The eongTe.ation remained stand- ing while the Pi evident and bia party SPI PNDID TRAIN SERVICE is pi ANNED BY ROCK ISLAND. x-iedict t t Touriat in of to Baaafit Colorado Hlgb officials of the Rock Island rail- mmm TROOPS RESTORE ORDER IN PERU. Piealdent Legnia P.omotea mnrl A nests Fira on Peru. May at the aama time ruling him keeping a flrtn gimap UIMMI that M-' and tangible irate- way to the to ot yiy 4tf fcTja Cwder that power It nominally aw- is nominal ir tatett by the Khedive of Egypt In turn ic nominally circumscribed by a son cf constituted government which gtvee tbe people a noflnaJ voice to the nominal government. A n'd back of all this Is Sir EM on CMst, bis Britannic. MaJ- consul-general, who the country aJthomrh nomlnallr he nothing whatever-to do with. it. j Here one ares parading tha streets a wisll und of It Is a part Of the tlan army, it is offivered by Egyp- for the mnat part, and owes al- fealty to the Khedive. until an or until it is to UOB. Trale aervice lias reached nor- conditions accept in freight dapartment. During the trouble andeS. uivuauaily osf tae route of Georgia line. Wfclle the auto was not anttrely being for tbe part on a could go of the way Atlaota to Aoa'tfta by this mea tana higher, but the eara batter time than ble machine waa pit, xd Into the cctr- ice. and the oehiftted traf- flc waa B wilt of betwjea tbe raad tta ta the effw.ta of asd CUASo T06ETAXFH. BLOODISSPIUPOATDuOROF i road In the City, completing a tour the exciting event, of yesterday, whetij m respectable aTnty. But, an hour tion ofevery one, Brownwood Landa Belief. the central district of the line, Hands train service June 6, revolutions t no there Is another rtrfiment uontrtWJtions Younger Men to Support -tor Ii 4i PARIS. amendment ofj to the workmen's' t at WM II i troope and'' compelled, to liberate th< Tommv AtkTns It Is a bait eartv tn June. Chicago, Kansas Cttyj president, drder waa completely Tommy tne Sneridfp. an -v 'fHnt R._ at and St. Louis. The of.lclals who established today. At intervals during A section hand rode a handcar to rived here yeBteiday afternoon in a "ight guards found it HrtUsh ani'y of occupation, j the plan of ibe bill so to pro- in which blood waa app'll, ?T has more a, vide for specific contributions from ckwiag hours of the ;if and spread the ularin. In private car staying at the Antlers 'wo hours the Santa Fe railroad hotel are: K. O. Melcher. general of Rrownwood Citizens. At noun dent, and AV. A Nettleton. supcrtnlen- o'liny a. aeooiitl relief train, loaded with   le.arr. liahits of .bill age o .pond the nlRlH. were .id new steel, were noundvd. The office of the and it Jioiju work- that %y tnc llnds i-ta? the officials have been and _ troqpa. the "Land of Paradox" wort.Oien .testing before the inauguratioii of tile here in at the threshold of wh'eii th.1 workman will begin to draw j both OslL froin SO' to 65 AH i Thes- were fig-ht! At the atepe to the 1LIPSE OF TBE SON SN8 MOON NEKT NONTH .I une Will Witness Two Interesting PS in AslfOnomical World. 'ON. May Inter- new fast Predict Big Season The. officials are most enthusiastic over prospet'ta for the coining j tempt soh, and that all indk-aUonf 1. point to recprd.-h'rfiiking" travt-l beginnlnfr iii the near futu'fe. ___ Sen- i.-itter who ator Heard, an ex-Confederate soldier. j t-.a-vr ia'cxTre-l 30 years, 'draw pen-, i befcged them to "remember llltaola" May So__offlci-i! of First Civilisation. j sion, not diagiaca the senate. Senator -the Vtutr- de''i Here wan the f.rM ..-ivflfwitiori, the tloni but ayst'cm. rose, bis face and from .the. firrf v-mVcn hi'stoK'. thr rode of It' ;.ls i-rrivlded' .a; started at Sneridan, bttt waa restrained tattve Lima. IViu. connrrtK-rl the i the law. The contribution of anuiially Bava. of the wf by -yi' bto'' amvai at to. Ja of pit- who toy an how and a. the Press of th with fhe Rix'k Island for tours to i virado" this this being (tone through the foreign office main- tained by the Roek Island at London. More than has tWen invest- trlbut'ion employer ;uid t'rtit" state, rroHtures to whom further trouble was averted. ..Later, apologies made to alt con- the and HOuse, a. ad- journed until Monday. signed an i cement alatial in the v oriri ill ofrur i-iurlnjt the coming the new "Hocky Mountain limited" Colorado Springs Ire Chicago, the thing and who will anuatly- A ORbiegram .front LJma, under date look at the'great monuroentz only as a uTaTinu CIHII.P of May -9. says that President ix'gUa-; means of .bringing tourists in 1 A I IUN OiniNC. service whlrh will clip this train, will Colnra.lf) Spring" n( R m ,n rhlraKr) at kille.l anj These will be eclipses a half hour from the ihajorlty being .bystandern. .f moon a.H SUM. the former on h.tww-11 these, Beginning June lime 5 and the latt.-r on June IT. The will rise: totally ei'Jijwd and HM 5 p m the following; sfu-rnoon, and will hist about an hour, whllo westbound the trnln will arrive in. nun will onlj tje in lotnlitT r.cnr fu- N'ortll TIlO JU'-xt f'llpA. (if t'V: ivlll.'h N- oSserve.l in in tllN wilt iM-.-iip June T.ilS Htjd to seized by the mob but 'w.ns re.s- j there is the hope of baksHlsh. If there, and by the troops., 'a m-w house In''Efrypt one of who on-. tilings Is .-true of it U built filet which took place about 101. of mud or it built by an En-; firmed May 'An uncon- rumor the sugai the P. With their fro The iM-lipMe of Mm on Juiif 1, .nfc iii In n.'i 'Sliirirt ri t" tin' "h'lii'plno Tho ecllprHr will -.in.j In the purt tin St..id K tin- f 11 {i irt near 11 tin thronch 14 -.1. Tl" 1'inar (jriipv.- prMrtlrally V .iii.l Africa -ami services frri- lo a ladles' miikl. and are f-m- ..u tvip limited, an.l for furthtM- of the traveler. train tx equlpi'i''! slmj., h.ntlis. (.iKo.r shop ;tnd :n w.'iich tlv nrri minor ported .stork ni.'i.rket thf Colorado will lenve Colorado he- ciiiiiii's June nt p. m arriving tin' foUow-ln-g momlnir nf. n m in Arnerii Norm m, ronnectlnir wfth fast- in Aula K'-he.lul- arrive 1n City euf-i'H In the arrive In Si I.onls at p m oi wherw i sri-'- will the present i- I running time by ralnutea IMPROVF-S WIREIE.S French Woj-Vtnan, 'Earning About a Dollar a Day. Invents Apparatus. PARIS, May Jean Nnndtn. a .workman rarnlng about a dollar it day at flic Toulon arsenal, has Inv'onted what Is said to be a vastly "o'-hei-.i mumi Rufs. wnjcn now tesieii the direction of tbe minister of 'marine with a view to it sadoptiors in the fleet. The original apparatus constructed IngetiloiiKly out of old bottles grandeur and ory of Kgypt is departed ,h 1 K, the floods Of Kthopla o make fruit- fnl this richest of all farming lands. denmnds have' entered' b lh, JnpaLe laborer, of five plan. p of tH nt dte. umV.reiu nbs. and various other articles whlrh Nau- tili i found to tm within hia reach and Inv several Important entions hi-t i-rwI.J, r wlrelcaa   CARRIGAN CHOSEN DIRECTORS DK.VVP.K. WH.V JO -Bish.op Xich- olaa Matx Kr.ihrr J. K. Parrliqin weff toilny tc.l of the action. officials, on the other hand. say. of the ears will be In operation tomorrow. There was but little disturbance toda> OHIO WOMAN RP'.CHES 'AGE OF 115 BY EATING ONIONS WICLLEFONTAINE. no uppn the reveni Mrs, Burns, Who breach beiweem the o.nd prleut, that H Just what et'- here today at the feet it tin ..f tht ji. of NlJ to parish re- of yearn. attribute tj to twk-e tach ply. cmt totha at to. tba. Tbla. a, r not' _. ___ Count jfeppcUn Ma cruise onward without taptian In a dheet line toward Berlin, PBM- (2? over several towns at a low altl tude until he reached the frontier of .whera the airship waa headed straight lor Lelpsio. "da Ho Telegrams received there from south Ihdicated that Count Zeppelin would make and the population waited far several In the and open spaces to greet him. Instead of landing. tn< count put hla craft throufb a of maneuvara for a -half hoar, at times, comparatively cloae to tha tops of bulldiaga. He then want on. crossing Halle to BltterfeJd. N'o time ftna waated tnara anj "to erery- body's surprise tha ViMp. after scribing clre4a tarnad atata and sailed to tha aouth. In the' meantime tha military thoritios- at Berlin without M ta tha viitiw. OfM v ir 
                            

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