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   Dubuque Daily Telegraph (Newspaper) - May 2, 1901, Dubuque, Iowa                               WJCATHER umi Fair l-ulltllHH.'d Will-Ill Underetand-the-' advantage derive the inoiVttood. Kraph is a fine medium. May. wlili jioiiMlblj; VOU'LVI. Opun EAGLE Storo Evoninffm, Cottorv Never Grew otv Sheep's Back ,That air of distinction so no- ticable in fine custom work can'onlybeobtaiivecHrom pure .wool cloths-and perfect tailor- 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' and- Cheviots. to WE LEAD IN CHINA None of tbe Other Soldiers There Were in. the Same Cliiss, Says Gen. Wilson. HOW COLONEL DAQGET.TOOKi-PEKIN that- tojai- re-; the'-'dhv. a sur-; plus Fort May'- the shot, with-; ruining -hl8' 14-. year-old. slittfr.s 'President McKinley Is; VVclcomed by the PEOPLE Showing tlic-.Uussians u Thlnjtfor Two in liidinii Troops NotbhiK' to Bruif O1V New James II. Wilson addressed tho Loyal I.egiou at its annual gathering here yesterday, devoting his' time to anecdotes and recollections of the' Pekln campaign. not n .very''large contin- he said, speaking .of the United States we were'easlly in Ihe front rank among the-.Allies. The commander of artillery told General ChatlVe that, lie look off his hut-to our As for-our Infnn-. me rwall the story of tlie storming, of the walls of Pekl.u, when the Koiirtwiith infantry, con'i- iiuiiuled by old 'Dsijwett, found. Itself under tin- shadow-of the wall. A' pri- vate'wont to the colonel and sald-as he'looked crltk-ally at the battlements above him. '.I fan scale that wall, col- "'All rlcht.' said 'go ahead.' "lie went iihuad and scaled tlic wall. 'hauled tin: colo.nol up. and soon Imil Ihe. two companies, on the :.Maj'v ;'b.ill. passed" restoring capital'- punishment'' In-f'.'CblUra'do- by', hanging; betoines.'a, .la'Wv.Vrltho'ut the slgfiutiiVe, time-.-. In it '.having expired. Tuesday: Who'Actually Get ;lu :the Wny tbe Train lu ..Their: 'Snittary- JEwcort.. j Soft S.iirt ThougKts ,nt linvc come to you forcibly last few days-tho weather been unuiunlly wiirui, ore uuooaifortnhlo this Mud of weather. Ovir SKowing of SKirt Comfort tliucly nml tho new Percales, Madras, Chambrys. Lirien Batiste ColliirB attiichoa dotduhod-Shlrts without collars, to match-some luwc ouo palr-noiuo have two pairs-plain and plnlted 39c, 50c, 75c, Hiied -by the census ;.bui-e.ivu is-'reviu'wed'-at .'c As preylously. annovincejlj'i ''the center on was east' of: 'past ten years itrhaVmoyeil west'ward''ab6ut the ilrs't 319: v- The-'- :0fv poinilatioij.-.is... de- tQi-i-nlned'as if -the the' coiiii- i V. A In i. -New-Orleans, Ifay presidential.party, traveled across -the: cotton .-.belt, y.osterday front Memphis! nlui6st to the" Gulf of Mexico. Down the low-lying, rich, fer- itile'.as that of '-the-Nile, it.-went to. .VIcksburg, teeming, wi'th of thirty years ago; theiice .east to flackson, the capital of-Mississippi, and fi'olii there- down.lnto the land mn'gnolla and'the'orange-to the old .romantic city-.near .the mouth .of 'the Mississippi, wltii traditions' .of- li.ireut.Jh and1 Spanish r'ule.4 The'out- pourings to'see the pres-. :Idoutlal train' along the route yester- day were larger if anything th'itn on tht'tw.o the deuiou- 'su-atlons at -Vlcksburg-'audMackson, tlic two principal stops, .were'.very. eighty-live 'thousand' attended the varlow Socialist and trades union: meetings, "an'd at all of :resolu-. -tlcns were adopted of the: elfilh't-hour. day and 'the right: of.union.- The -.day -was generally quiet -all over there .was' tur- bulence. Vlmno Trust on May extended over..a -term of nearly, four; years .to combine the leading .manu- facturers of. pianos.in an association the controKof prices havev.been re-' .ylyed.ln 'Chicago. rep- capital--will go-in If the deal 1s perfected. Allii Company 'to Unlnrffe. May a result .of- ;the machinery.'manufacturers', com-- 'blnation .the Edward P. 'com- .of .this-city, one of "its mem-. will'enlarge Its plant wlth'in the next' year and a half, expending In the neighborhood of Vnnderblltn and the Vnlon PmclUo. Cleveland, May President' of tlie Lake idlscredits the report that the Vander- ibllts hiivc secured control'of the Union. -.PaeUic POWERS IN CHINA Seems the Subject Instead of the U ation of the Empire. PBOPOSAL UHOLE SAM-WIH..BEJEOT. Ko Alien Command -of MUocllauy-flrom to IluiMliinH Who Wore Afraid. "They found thei-i- a -number of Itus- siaiis -who got to the top dnrinj; the nlfjlit, bill were afralil to go to a sally-port In tho Immediate vicin- ity It. DHjjgc.it iind his men went through the sally-port and .let In lllley and Ills gnus. Then it.was all over. mustn't be vainglorious a'boilt.the American soldier. He isn't a great disciplinarian. His collsh- does not always lit just right and his leg- gings'may lin.-k ir-few loops of being fastened.' Hut when It comas to fight- 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 Knnston, and. General Wilson said: he was n good Koldler In spite of the fact that he was Inexpwli'iiced, "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. Funstoii was the signal t'ov an ovation p'nrt of-the'-'vctei-iniK, who. rose from their chairs and for live lirltlftli Cobi.lnueilt Not Gront. to 'the Bv-ltlsli soldiers In' China General .Wilson.said, they .were- c-hloily.. as. .their officers called them.- -He-said: t'Orent.Britain the. .population distributed upon! i t, were, .a ancl-. is! tlie point. ut' N .'The'' ''median" is 'fccat'ea 'at i ,'Thls point of InteV.Mectloii.-of'-.the-.line'.'dlvldlnii- the. population equaljiy- 'and south' wlth''.th' line divTdlhg ea.sf and west.-'.'.' A of. the: .the '.'median'" point -shows .that' ..not POraUcl. from the 'moved -injles. and; north 'G.G Awhile- ofi: Federated Clulis in Seision Council A Attendance. at nortli'.S Given a When He -Des Bpeblal PRESIDENSMESSAGE txt the OpcnliiR of the Pnu-Aiucrlcnu. May tho Pnn- 'Auierlcau exposition -threw- open ltn futed'yeMturiiiiy. no niultl- iude.wuJtlus .to en tor, but those then: ivero well, paid for b'elng At nwn tho-followlnj; dispatch wa.i re- ceived McKliiU-y: "The Jin-L-ty me'to convey his con- :is to tin- eltlwim of liulYalo upon tlie miKpii.'ious opening of the I'liti-Auiurlcuu exposition, rich In blo-isoui and ripe In May tho hopes and umbltlons of'Its l-roaioters be realized to tho fullest measure. By direction of the presi- dent." This was signed by Secretary Cortelyou. At S a. m. yesterday a number of pij'i'OFH n-l'-'ased. TUIrtv-nve v.-.-'nt to Oil City, twenty-live to and live each ti> Toledo and I'ltt-i- l.iup. to thi-lf was this "To the I'l-uplo oC All th.: Auii-rk'us; This iiiv.ss.ixC' of eorno to you. by i-urrU-r tin- i-.ouin.i-s the upenliiK of tin- I'lin-Anifi'- exposition, anil to evi-ry OHM an Invitation to pnrllripnti; In the 1'acinc ami tnat uatw is-aesmg for Senator A. Clark nnd associ- who' are I'luleavorlnj: to secure c'oiiUol of the .Union -Paulllo. Jflroinnn wltli u Chiinniiil-tlffc Mont., May Gront Northern1 express train was wrecked two miles'-west of Fort Bonton yester-' dnv.- The1 engine nndv mail cars were ditched, and Engineer John Wilkinson was-killed. The lire- man was thrown 150 feet down-an but received only slight Injuries.________________ Stove Trunl No.xt tho-I.Ut, Indluimpolls. fnd.. May stove Hiniiufiicturei-rt nru Iwlnji fJfn- -avtcnd- 'W.lrh' -white men Yoii 'rtee'd 'jibf lie' liAViiUe'.nljjhts -worry- she has unprotiched with pi-pposlt.loiis from liii'L-a nmnufiicturer.'j of Ui-ti'olt, Chi- cago St. Louis, with u view to loinlntr n stove trust which Is beilng formed. Local manufacturers .nro not favorable to the Idea. COLLEGE STRONG MEN to uely. ti> .so. troops of India and-'--other, 'natlv.c They are-very.poor-material. There was a very, high urtmntain to, climb. Tho'commander of the'.British troops "cnino to me nnd had better put tlie Afghans' in the front going up there. They are moun- tain climbers, you know.'' So-I- put them there. They may-be good moun- 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 HAV'OC train States Minister K. H. .Gpnger .aud ;party.' arrived in' Des.M'olne's'at yesterduy. An ImiiK'nse crowd ptipeople .whs'-'it-the Bt'iitlou- to.; grpo'tV the lowan.i .were (julck- ly -trrisl'err'ed: .train to' .a car-', rlnge-.'.-aihid-' the' of...the multi- and'ascortedj.bj .a drum, corps of veterans- from' station; to jlust outside o'f 'the cere-- c i-" MaJ the Xaw'Smth'ft Tlie visit to AMc-ksburg w-n's in some respects the'-nilost'Hitertistiiig-y'et. made. H-ure a triumphalvarch .'with the magic- Syord ..'.'Expansion" ipoint.ed out to. the as. he passed under it, the path of the. new south. Although It' ha.d 'not 'been in- tt-iided to make "any stops after, leav- the .train was at several of the .smaller towns '.where cotton mills are located.to permit the president to see and speak-to" the oper- atives. At some of the stations the crowds- actually -'luipeded the-progress of tlie train, andv th'e engineer was obliged to Blow.down -.to avo.ld.danger of running.ovev> enthusiastic -people. Crotcant City, Kenclicd. at Sumet. -Ajj'.the sun was lowerlugXthe. train crossed'tlie bayous with" their tangles of moss-coycred'-cyprcss and live oak, skirting; 'Lake' Pbntchertraln, steamed- Into New. This ;Is vhe first 'time New-.Orleans has. evi'r had chief magistrate the nation; a, royal re- the old city extended to President McKinley, who, himself, had beuh here before. HeJmade. a, notable speech here the year preceding his nomination for the presidency, and.ex- I'res'ldent Cleveland was -here- upon ono occasion: during, the interim be- tween his two.terms; but never before lias-a the'Orescent of Bunilii uiul Ilonrliii; otGuui. was. full .of the. -blare of, bands, tho'bobmiug of cannon and the ecream of whistles. from the harbor craft as the train-drew'into the station. Here tlie -president aiid his party were Council Bluffs, Iowa, 'May Three' hundred- women attended the opening sessions of tlie fourth biennial con- vention oC the Iowa Federation .of "Wo-. men's and a ''somewhat .larger- number the reception tendered vis'it- ing delegates at the Grand' Hotel last night by the local clubs. The election of a. prcsiUent'Is-the all absorbHifr topic ot .discussion. Airs. Alice Bailey 'of, Des. Molnes, president of' the Des Molnes Woman's. Club, Is the most active candidate, but the Des Molnea -women' feel that Mrs. 'Bailey ought to devote her entire time to the work of her club. At a caucus of Des -Molnes delegates it was resolved; to request Mrs: Bailey to withdraw from, the race or resign as. president of th Des, Moines Club. The Des Moines delegation. favors the election of Mrs. Walkev, a former pres- ident of the Woman's Club of that The delegates from -the clubs ot south-. western Iowa -are centering their forces on Mrs. Deemer of Red Oak, and the contest. is becoming almost as spir- ited .as a political convention. The Council Bluffs women are still talk- ing strongly of putting forward Mrs. Walter I, Smith or Miss Caroline Dodge. Both sessions yesterday were devot- ed to routine business. Mrs. Mabel V. D. Hutchison, presK dent of the federation in her- address sold. "The two years Just ended show a most satisfactory growth, in the Iowa Federation. We now have 224 qlubs; fifty clubs have been" admitted to mem- bership 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 Isters Tuesday as the erahi to the views of the gardlng the military }s garrison of six thousand men should; -left' at TJen-Tsln and the.'adjyln-' ing district. Great Britain. -J; Germany ajad.Japiui to ;'i men Italy to contribute .400 men. To '.garrison .-Sharighat-KWan, France, Great Britain, Russia Germany are to contribute 300, -each, and rtaly one.company.-.until- .forts are razed. SO long Us any. occupy Chinese territory, the.foreign military commanders must exercise the.. full authority a civil admiulstratlojii'- according'to-the principle established i at-Tho Hague In-1S99. Chief Commaniler Advocatvil. Besides, men Tsiu' whlch.-inust always be in the Pei-llo, will preierve _ comuiimlcatioii with the international, fleet at Taku. The placing of the administration-undwr the-military-has n further great advantage. It woulU bo inconvenient to the Chinese gov- C eminent, which would, therefore, enf. deavor to get rid of It speedily by 'settlement ot peace conditions. V. creation.of ii chief command is deslr-1- able.for purely military reasons, ai. In cases of disorder or troubles ot any. kind- military measures will te quired. These measures must take place where these troubles occur and the authority of the commander-ln-. chief must also extend to the letatton guards at Pekln. Uncle'Sdin Xo. May legation guard at the American legation at Pe- kin will not be subjected-to the order x of any foreign general. Ofllclal .re- ports of-the latest phases.of the nego- tiations at Pekln, In the press 'dispatches, have not reached -Washing- ton, and it Is a possibil- 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 course.might of set -foot Bluffs. His private .-cur irt fi the .city station of 'the promptly at 11 and than one thousand had assem- bled to do the to-.the; re- turning :mlnister: banqueted end d reueptloii'whit held'in ,his honor. At r'tUc, banquet ofife -of epeafccrs Svas greeted by Governor Heard, Capdevlello, Senators. McEnery and the entire'LouIsiana. .delegation in the house, 'thVclty: council, and rep- resentatives of the rnrious conimer-' rial'''exchanges: While'-Che niayor was formally extending the hospitality of the city to a flne-mili- tary band was completely drowning h'ls words with- New Orlean's favorite air. "Louisiana ]Jou." OBTS QUITE A MltlTARX-HECEPTIOW Tre'menaoui Crowd in tlie M CriuU. Columbia linn Fifty Men Mulco 05.271.5 Polut.1. Who and ___ Svvon nonrhm Mlllu of tlilrt Siiiu-rlor. WU.. May A r> tin- mills nl tho head of the lakos has IKMMI i-Uim-il by tho Itith-SiiiH-rliit- Mlll'.nc company, a new now IH-IIIK formi'd undi-r tin- laws ..f state 'of Mliim-sota. 'I'll" now I'umpaiiy Is formed simply.to op-niti.- these nillls. Tin- propi-i'ty luii n total valuation of S-l.UUO.OW. whllo tl.i'i-e Is a producing capi'.clty ol' worth of llutir u day. Abullth Wnr. tmlluuiipolU. Mtiy May Sewall. member of the M oai- International IVaco nnd Arbltra- tlua Committee of the United btatas, bus Issued mi appeal to tho clergymen ttirousjtiout the country to.explain to thf uieutlnga to be held Mny-lfc> tho rwults of tht- Ponce Cont'ordnc't.- of tmd tho Court of Arbitration as It him. formed. Fnllb.nrors Whl'U Vou.Wnlt. Milwaukee. Mny Milwaukee Unitorined Pallbunrefs' nsso.clntlo i. or- Kanlzed six weeks UK'O to furtilah hired panoearertf. received Its urst order Tuwiduv. The men oUlclntcd at tho tiuurnl'.of Mrs. Natall Wlosw, the wld- of Charles Wleso, 702 Mlnern The pallbearers were attireu In black broadcloth'uniforms, cocked- nats with pluuie.i. broad whlto coliais Rnd breeches. Mini Without'n Chicago, May Ki'iiogcr. tin- man without New York, May L. Snv- nge. dln-'iHor of Columbia university's yesterday announced the 'fl'nal stnUtstle.-i In regard to the scores of tin.1 strong men whu repre- sent Columbia lit the Intur-collejjhitiL' stri'iiKth tost compel Itlotis. The scores of the illll'i'rent conipi.-lUoi's were sent to Dr. Dudley A. Sargent, of Hamml. Ooiupni-l-'ons! will he made- among the din'ci-ont colIi'geH, and th'i i-hninpion- Hhlp will be awnrded to the Institution having the crcatest total. I'oluinbla'H Ill'ty liien points, broaklnj: nil previous univ.-r- u nd records. Co- luinbln last ycur won the chuniploii- Hliip with nntl the flfty-sti-one; out men from all the colleges put to- liullnna WpiuniriEiiTlt iiur Ctnclunntf, May Hemp- hill committed suicide lute Tuesday ttlirlit hv JuuipltiK from the suspension bridge into the Ohio rlvor. The Iden- titV of the woman was learned by a curd 'With n gentleman's name on It and by n letter- thnt she left on the b'rldce before she took the fatnl leap. Slie wns Sophia-Hamilton, formerly of Thorntown.-Ind.-, nnd married-to n Dr. I-teuiphlll. of Toledo. :O. Their mar- ried life was not n happy one-nndm divorce followed. After the divorce the woman crime to 'this city, and had made, her homo hero. and OOO Feet of Doolci at Marino City Carried Away. Marine c'i'ty, "May steamers John PlankliiRtoii-ancl-James rickaiuUTnnd'the.barge Uranus, '-which were, lying at-tne stnve company's docks, were carried away by the Ice yesterday. The dock, 900 feet long, was totally destroyed. The plies were pulled from the'ground chains nnd heavy lines-were broken as if they were 'buf. cord. The Plckands and I'lanfelngton, drifted down the river' and upon the bank, and are now lying lii a rather pwnrlous con- of an -IlllnoU Cburt-Sui- Owen B. Thbmpsph, .of liancled down hlsfopltfldn. in suit f or manUanilJs" of the Teachers' Federation ngrilnait -ihii of peremp- tQty.wrlt of .maiKJairius., Judge Thomp- son "holds tiin't members' -'of ;'the state board' of eqimll7.ntloii vare -.pwollc .ofll- cers.'ivnd -It' duty stocks.'ot'-Uy.prity. panies He also The steamer M. Rk-kon wfta also car- ried UWHV from her dock, and brought up ngalnst the biirge Mownit, smash- her bulwarks and doing other aniage. It w.lll-tuko 'to repair lie 'stavo company's dot-It. 'Tlie St. >lalr river 'Is jigaln .'blocked with1 ice'. ENGINIERS osAGREE I.lno. St May By; a. vote of to IS. and. after a contest Inst- fnstiic entire afternoon.-fhc Xcw.Ccn- ,.j Btouinch, IB st m UIUU Improving at tha hospital of the nil- nola Mi-dlcal college, nnd there Is now no doubt of his 11111111.110 recovery, uiitc.is something oc- j and moral fitness. Kven u UomtiMng. Kfforts.- win-..UL It Is Va 1, to form an Jntermi lilH cut out made or5.nl by Dr. B. li. Kails ton days L hrouchout "lie world at the account of a cancer. Tho remarkable ftlons Mirougfcont 'Assembly opwmion wns undertaken ns a lost ho tomoi-row for'a .ten resort. iljoy CImi-wo It All lo Ontfi. Cal., May Evoulnjf Express pxibUshCM u report to. Iho ottcct thnt .lotm "VV. tho. dnys' Combliro of l'. for the; of I did not. even ni.'ikc -a pi'ctonse 'uisysslng.. thirteen. s' that- the last d iis- omitted, ".In closing, h'ls .opinion, .rudgc Thomp- son says: "The exigencies- of the. case. spirit niid letter of- the faw must be be With the United Steel Cor- to Working May Engi- neer -the United States Steel corporation vessel1 fleet; President :Uh- er of the. Marine Engineers nnd repre- sentatives of the engineers held'a con- Jt-rence 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, nt.-another -time. snld the union' be.pald. Tho engineers stated, that.they, could not accept, only'-.a part of -their 'de- mands. Tho -conference, ended disagreement, and no-further .'meetings will be field' at present. President tlliier annoiinces.th'at'.J. J. Con-lgau, one of' t'li'e. nibSt- prominent Independent vessel owners on thelaUes made' 'honestly: anXV.lu absolutely good 'faliiirth'afiio nefeiebt'oiv evasion will iu.maridaiuus Is the only remedy kn'owu to. which suc'li" dutlcs.-.cnn .DV' The', teachers elnluied that' the as- eessors to'-lWtjthe stocks and -'bonds of.- ;rflijlway corapa- .hles-.ht assessment .tho-i'tanglble property of that- in falling violated he'lAw.' uddeu End for tfce and. chairman-of. the. executlye nviftee of the Lake Carriers' associa- tion, 'has.agreed .to pay the.-wage-flcale of the engineers. Clvlllzntton .in Kiintucltjr. Ky'., May -2.f-A-'large band .of masked men about mldnlgh- Tuesday wrecked 'the- -residence', on Fifteenth street of .Tolin Turner, ..who Is' a member of tho Turner faction' li the They .also biiriieiil hls'stable and .outhouses.., Gareriinoilt 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" to14, ".but despite, their yquth they flne appenrnhce In their gray uniforms 'as they presented n'rms to the party. Out- side, the governor's staff, resplendent in'gold lace and mounted oii plunging chargcra, prcsldentlal'paT- 'ty. -'The croyd around the station, was so dense that it required the hM-oic .ef- forts of the. police; to-Ueep the path-to the carriages' clear. A big-military parade consisting ot. the "Loxilsln'na'. Cavalry the Washington. all the -mi- litia' from this end of .the state escort- ed the 'party along Camp and Canal streets to the new St. Charles'hotel. The city was liberally but not lavishly adorned wltli the national But the crowds In .the. streets- were .tre- mendous. Never, except In Mardl- Gnis times', were they'known to be choked -and mn'nlty. The. Iron-wrought galleries., which 'embroider .'the. fronts .'pf.'thc, buildings iiere with their line traceries fnirlv groaned under their .burdens of human'freight: -'The'feature' of the crowd-'was the great number of hand- some women who' watched the proces- sion from the windows and galleries. llrs :McKlnley nnd'the ladies of the party dined quietly at- and later received the ladies of New Or; leans. -The president'and his cabinet, wltti the other, gentlemen of ..the were given- an elaborate ''banquet at the'hotel-In the evening. About300 of the- prominent' men- of Orleans were present and the banquet was said- to have exceeded lu every respect any- thing of a similar character attempted, heretofore when' the .president, rose. to speak: :.He-was cheered continual-, 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 Immenie in Soutli America, n Report. j of timely Interest concerning the remark- able growth of German commercial enterprises in South and Central Amer- ica has been received at the state de- partment4 from Vice Consul General Murphy, -at.'Frankfort. 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 Ger- man influence nnd trade, especially in southern Brazil, In my opinion, should arouse a feeling of friendly .rivalry in American business- circles if we intend to maintain our position In these rich Murphy 'inclosed extracts -from ar- ticles recently published in a Berlin journal, showing Germany's remark- able foothold In South and Central Amorle'a.' Among the statements made are that the German Huts occupy suc'h a strong posHtion lii-_the South American traffic that the North American commercial ueet is entirely 'unable to enter Into competition with Furthermore, it is stated that in-the southern portions .of the coutl- .nent there already are over .German colonists. become necessary in' ease one of the powers formally dot-lares war' upon China and to cause- tho withdrawal of 'all neutral forces; but under exlstln? conditions the guard probably will remain. HEADY TO AJfYTTHMMi John Bull Notlca to Think Him Decadent. London, a banquet gives i-n his' honor at "Guilford.- in last night, Broderick. the secretary of; etate for war, challeused' the .oppon- 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 >lle, on the Yang-Tse. the Orange rlrer cr the Indus.'' Broxlerlck-further declared that his scheme haff received the. im- primature of the' greatest living .mill-. tary authority..and that as a they would stand or. fall.In .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 comtnnnder-ln-ehlff or.-.tne army at hte back he would 'not hesl- ,tnte to "urge parliament for the sary funds.- Berlin.- May Of the government has ..informed JSeichstag committee on. petltlo.ns.-.tbat... Germany had Great Britain on .account or certaJa. Transvaal espulstcns; and that Great; Britain had rofnsml the demand ;oa. i.U.i 4- flm llrtf tCt the ground that she did not wish .to establish- :t but investlr x'atinp tho whole suWMt. "The nurar her of expelled said n.forr oflico reprosentutive. -when -the THE NEWS IN BRIEF matter came up is; ISO.' of last rtll n tTlOfl the' show, "are.1 chained ,.i, iii'B with'- alcbt-aeera.' Ten- ponnas 'of 'fla-shlijfffctiptfw.der :Tvere and' the, .fiamearut every dog 'the place excitement. -'rria'd'e .cVeryv'nola'ej.et- w.hlcb. a- Frank Brlcksiel. IS waa the first person this, year to be pros- trated by the heat at Chicago. In a collision on-the Southern Pa- cific ut Yuba Pass, Cal., James Saun- ders, fireman, was killed and White- law Held was cut on the face. About a dozen passengers were slightly hurt. William H. Michigan mem- ber of the' Republican national com- mittee, Is dead at Detroit. -It is reported that Germany is ne- gotiating for a coaling station on the Venezuelan coast. Four- gates of- the Welland canar were curried -away at' Port 'Colburne, Ont., stopping navigation for a week. Xhe: total indemnity.'claim--against China Is M'ay: corn'sold-at: 50- cents a bushel on tho Chicago Board of Trade yester-. day. y -The engagement' announced of Miss Emily Katz. of Salt.Xake to Governor M. Wells, of Utah. .'At last Apache Kid-has-been shot to death. It was done, by Mexican The -president and- Secretary: Hay have each given to the Chinese relief, fuiid --t- _> whom sixty have already been indfni-. Hilled A part of the remainder no.rkrht to claim I'ndi'iunSty. because thev fought against Knjsland., orjje- cause of .other patent reasons. sound claims, however, are being orously champlonotl." JuioUiito of the Pekln. is persistently rV> ported here that there has been freth fighting between the Chinese in Manciinrls. No gi'feat cred- ence Is placed in such ever, as it Is believed they art> circa- show the necessity for an crease In the military strength of sla. many ehilM in: .the crowd. 'The dogs It excltmentinmohg .the; the 'dborsy.' 'lujur.e'd.-; The dogn. continued lii 'an .'ex.clted coridltlpn; to clow and the president nothing 'direct; be'simply 'And cannot-pursue It further, for J'.d6-riot :thirit: it-Is well to dis-: 'close too much -unanimity here'to- night." He clwied .by "It w 11 be my--effort, as president of the .United .ri-p.resentatlve of the- do -whateverT'cnu -to'sustaln the honor and promote the prosperity and glory of love.'" [Long con- tinued applause.-) i V Today the-'party drove.-about the. icfty-ln-the'niornlnBi'and in the after- along 'the -river I f rom" per. V lnQU .t" 10 cents a mile for one trip v hundred; jand.j, _ Londoni May U. At a British Empire League it was closed1 that the colonial office In correspondenob- with ,the v'soyern- ment of Canada In regard to tltleiof King Shamrock II. tu-IIare a Southampton. -May 2.-7-The rock II. will have u. spin oanrM Saturday, and her, llrst trial rare wlttl the: Shamrock I. will take place In middle of next' In Spain. Madrid.' May rOlsorders occurred during the .labor, demonstrations :rt Palma, Island of Majorca, and at Ftr- WUconiln 'May has upon: a make-up of -senatorial dfstofcts the new apportionment, IB believed -will the-legislature. The; .tho. resolution IncrcaslnK the compen- of members of the rol, factories and convents being Toklo, The crown prineeM was Monday. gafaly.deHygred of a.toa. Cramp u "Bay City, Slich.. May Roswjafl .representative from .ttj Tenth congressional district, w his home Bay City m terday from heart troublo. tailed.   

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