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   Boston Daily Globe (Newspaper) - May 12, 1900, Boston, Massachusetts                                ty tmd tottiw Isff wit worth Vllf ftWIt th fh fit IDRSE ngs Washington Braille For Steal anfl Inse Use GAS COKE 95 Milk FAMINE NEWS Lord George Hamilton Says British Offi cers Have Been Sent to the Native Districts and Loans Have Been May the house of commons this afternoon the secretary of state for Lord George Hamil replying to a question on the sub confirmed the reports heretofore received of the excessive famine In In and the mortality therefrom in the native He arfided that British officers had been sent to those states to advisa and assist the native and that loans had been and would continue to be made by the Indian government to meet the expenses the operations for the relief of the famine sufferers In ter ritories outside of the British Lamson Hubbards Golf Hat THE NEWEST IDEA IN A HAT of lightest stitched no it is the coolest hat im It may be converted into a halfdozen different shapes by bending the and in its original HELMET SHAPE it is a perfect protection against the I Trimmed with white and golf red fiannel Lamson Hubbard go and 92 Bedford OiEN SATURDAY IVt tef IWWt 1ms ft ilfc Of It SO Brilii Mtvy ft mA SriUSh column 3000 filronR has arrived ttt Vry 100 miles from Jt reached there and though harassed by Uvo IB piwh inx swiftly Fifty wiilos south of nt Is Qon Hunters main irtovlng slowly and cantonaiiifr with con siderable The pick ofhis mounted men are tho 8000 who are sroUiB without wheeled and at a rate that may possi bly bring them to Matching on Monday or Tuesday Lord Roberts narrative closes with Thursday but he continued hla march yesterday toward LO miles and by this time he must now whether the Boers Intend to fight Mr Winston Churchill says tbero only 2000 Boers who opposed the British at Sand Another estimate Is that with six made a rear Euarcl while many other thou with retired without firing1 a Pros Steyn and a council of the lead ers of several thousand Free Staters In the Ladybrand and Flcksburg districts determined to submit to the men the question of continuing the war or not at a great open air Tho fighting men decided to fight who appears to be in active began to toward the British and Into contact on Thurs day with Campbells brigade and Bra bants horse 20 miles northeast of Thaba A smart engagement ensued with no positive success on either side except that thfe Boer advance was Gen Bundle has disposed In fantry along a 20mile front In such a stay aa to bar a Boer advance toward Lord Roberts With the exception of Brabants colonials Gen Rundle has no The cavalry are all with Lord Roberts ad According to a Pretoria telegram Gen Buller Is moving from ISlandslaagrte in the direction of and the British vanguard engaged Boer patrol of Italians on Twelve Ital ians are described as routing 60 The dispatch also says British reconnoiterlng parties have Invaded the Transvaal near Fourteen Streams and that the scouts on both sides meet fre quently with varying MAKING Roberts Sends Reports of Skirmishes With the Boers from the Sand River at May Roberts tele graphs to the war office from Rlet under date of May as follows We have had a successful and have driven tho enemy from point to with Porters and Dick sons brigades of cavalry and Buttons mounted crossed the sand at Continued on the Second THE May 11 Fofeeasl for Saturday a Sunday For Massachusetts andBJiode Island Fair S a t u warmer In interior Sunday winds mostly fresh south For New H a m p Ver Connectioul and eastern New York warmer Saturflay Sunday variable winds becoming fresh Local fair weather light to fresh vari able fresh southwest The temperature yesterday as indi cated by the thermometer at Thomp sons spa Sam 6am n a m 12 m 3pm C p m 9 p m 51 12 mid average temperature yester day The as indicated in the following cities at 8 last evening New York Washington Jacksonville Mobile Cleveland Detroit St Bismarck Salt Lake Eustport Philadelphia At lanta New Orleans St Louis Cincinnati Chicago Duluth 50 Denver Portland Nantucket The Globes forecast for Sunday ana and generally clear weather Sunday and with ris ing probably reaching be tween 75 and at the The winds will be generallyfrom southwest and of light to fresh Ui wot WHplhS by tlorbstt sttfi In on Mny Ik ie flag be slaro Attd SWvnt shoe machine muStts it lively in a ttroektoh Mr flMfl Mra Aaliworih ef Hftver hlll reach vhplr DOth tfeafllngr Inac Harvard and Tale men eleefl up for the track games Plans to ouUnnn for needy city children this Maverick giant poplar trees must Hon John Wanamaker says lio has been threatened by city officials bocauao of editorials in the North Senator Charles Washburn of Wor ceBtcr announces himself as a candi date for congress In the Sd Massachu setts Congressman Greene president of the new trades union mill at Fall Gettysburg post celebrates Its 12th an Puce Kaln postponement of the Bos XonPJttsburg same Philadelphia beate News for Second day of Country clubs spring golf meeting with tournament against Rev Mr Frothingrham of New Bedford practically accepts a call to Fusilier veterans entertain the Amos Iteag veterans of N Financial and commercial Bradstreets List of Insurance agencies with prem ium receipts for six months ending Dec 81 A dally lesson in history Lieut Gree lys Arctic expedition finds itself with out food and Imprisoned in the ice May Prices In the retail Close of the Hibernian Harbor front Mrs Annie Gumbart of New Tork gives poison to her takes some and both found JRepubllcans of ward elect delegates favoring Sewall Gush ing for nomination in 12th state repre sentative Page Important auction sales of horses and N excited over the dis covery of 51460 hidden In a house once occupied by the late Miss Mary Ann Scheme whereby worth of Cana dian wool has been smuggled Into Bos ton Susuga Tilloy reports to AfioRa Mc Klnley on the raising of the United States flag over Tutuila document of the natives agreeing Is Fine Shoes Balance of the Stock of SHEEHY To Be Said at 86 Oalf small from g 237 Rnsnet Oalf and Brown Viol from 168 Black and Brown Vioi A Kid 138 Hnscot Oalf and Vioi f Kid from IB 171 Blaok and Tan Bicycle 4 and from to Be 290 latest style Basset and to 181 Oalf and Cordovan from and 188 Nobby Or A fords from Wo bought the Sheeny stook to secure tho location for our own The brJaijjo of this stook now on tale at extremely low Devonshire Street and Spring Opposite Post Is perhaps the smoothest writ ing pen ever It has a stub and rounded a trifle so as not to catch in the Is flexible and Sumplcg for Trial on receipt of return AHC for SPENCERIAN PEN 349 New York iiitlf in for f 1 Yesterday the throe reglmente milking up n brlBftdc of ISostort HcJiuol cndols jilftiHcirt their Illonilfi and matin friendu of thilr The sisters and numerous admirers of these 3400 boys looked on tllo serried ranks wltli rapt and thought they were the most military appearing body thai ever marched through the Upon tha state house steps and along the line of march Blood the military ox full of knowledge as to how every thing should be ami1 with a deter mination to point grave mistakes made by the When it was all over those military martinets declared that there was nothing to point So the Boston school cadets must have bern very near perfect in their military denpjitment to have so thoroughly dis armed all the critics as they did yester They paraded through tlic city in the marched past the stands In front of city hall with 750 cheering were reviewed by Mayor Hart and Gov and thence to the where they passed in review before members of the school After a brlgads parade they were dis William Murray commander of the 2d reeimentt Boston Latin acted as brigadier general during the Sanford colonel of the 1st English hlgl was in command oC the brigade during the review on the and colonel of the English high acted as brigadier general dur ing the brigade iNthe Boston schoolboys brigade was called upon to get anywhere there is no doubt of its ability to reach the destination ahead of They made a remarkably quick march over the hustling as If they were reinforcements being hurried to the re lief of some hardpreseed Starting from the armory of the Eng lish high school at at 11 oclock the commanding officer and his passed the reviewing stand at city Alert and boys kept up a brisk marching overthe en tire and presented a flue im pression of strength and youthful pre Their lines were especially and the especially in the brisk time set by the bands in passing up School were Tho general military bearing was ad even to Maj Keiths pony bat talion from the English high These little in three made the biggest lilt of the Tho crlm determination with which they Continued om lie Third 3O SSonejress FRIGES OF For Immediate Delivery Egg Stove SPECIAL RATES FOK STEAM TTliStf Borne like some ciutht 10 hnvu dlruflionB like so nti to Unmv bow to take ntjwiily otiu is to turn the current of JUKI ro niembiT that UIL iress Club clsiiv Ixnru no Smoke mid tlie longer you euiokt the richer UIHOIIIIM tin luxury of the Its In the quality of tobucco ami in the met bod of building tho pe culiar to KO many Is tbut tbo dub uniokeH sxvwt cleiir to the There Is iii test of KootlneKs and no other cigar bouvt up under the test to ad mirably us Jin Iross Club lOoa for Me POLLARD Mr Friend 1 O 113117 Causer ay U ilte Kortb nion Station Fffff f v ff mm i IS impMtitiiifMi JAMES Champion of the NEW May 11James Jel rlos Is Btlll champion He retained Ills title tonight by acfedt lugJnmes Corbclt athletic Coney the It was one of the greatestelove flshto ever seen In this UP to tho very time tho knockout blow was landed it waB any ones Then in the 23d aa they came to a Jef fries sent in lefthand sviIiis that landed Just under the More 100 times he had tried and missed with this same It resembled a fight between hound and a The mastiff would rush and but the greyhound would trip and and BO U was until finally tho mastiff seized his enemy and it was all So with the two Jeffries missed again and swinging his gieat arms with a force that Boohied great enough to break Corbctt hit Him at will and landed four times to Jef fries His cleverness amoved every It was a fair the men breaking and there were really no When the end came the men were in the and Corbctt fell With his head upon the lower rope where Tie rested as referee Charley WhltecoufTted him George as Corbett went rushed along the outside of the ring to throw water ujon Jeffrlea rushed to the side and thrust Him Corbett was carried to his He scon resting upon ConBidlnes staggered atross the ring and shook hands with Jeffries patted him on the shoulder and he returned the Cornells old shook harids with him and congratulated him on his great Corbett took bis good naturecl and although he it was a tearful smile and his eyes were damp with tears hard FAST ANOCLOSE Corbetts Surprising Cleverness Most Striking Feature of Contest and En titles Him to All SEASIDE Coney May the prettiest and closest heavyweight ring battle ever fought u New James Jeffries has re affirmed his right to the lit the arena at tho Seaside athletic ho defeated Jim Cor once champion of the world hlrn after 22 rounds scientific fight It was a clean and Itcame BO quickly that It dazed tho thousands of intent fjpectators and left them In doubt to just how tho winning blow wns It was avowurl that It was a left hand jolt to the but JefMos himself and referee Charley who Btood at his say It was a right hand swing There Is credit for thn victor and credit for tho vanquished In this clever est of rlns Jeffries must bo awarded the laurels of yet his opponent Is entitled to all honor for hla most wonderful That feature stands out in relief as the moat strik ing one of the Corbett emerged from a years retire ment from the rlnjr rejuvenated ami He was as fast and clever as back In the days when people marveled at his His foot work was wonder ful his defense He outboxed his man at both long and short range and he had had tho strength necessary would have claimed an early A hundred times ho ducked under loft swings that would have ended just as did the panel that finally At times hfr made the massive Jeffries look lilte a beginner In the art of of fcnno and defense with the Hla strategy wns to Jab and get and when Jeffries stood over bin quivering forni his face showed marks of the pun ishment that ho had CorbPtt went down to defeat that was regretted by a vast majority of the men who ftllwl The money was but ho had a wealth 01 It was his natural heritage as the short but after the buttle had begun ho won more sup port by his display of speed and Jeffries won with his both strength that lies in the power of massive miiecle and that strength whlcr is the essence of He made the pace for most of the distance and at the end was still strong and At first glance tho battle may seem to detract a trifle from his for It showed that a fast man can read him and get away without a It Is Improbable that there was ever a more orderly affair under the Horton There was little betting on the outcome of the There had been so much delay and Interference In the earlier stages of the negotiations for the and so much doubt created by Continued on the FourtH Established WILSON Thats All AtiBRECHT U9S to 30S A Stref New Englaud i ttfaua Sea Must to1 WASH tor Loflsa mado a short speech itj the senate today which was a deflant ohallsttBo to Ger many and all the rest at the but Germany to renpftot the Mon roo It was In the same line as Sec Roots delivered at the Grant memorial association but while Mr Root talked In general teims ubout the prob ability of our having to flght tomain tain thn Monroe Mr Lodge was Ho made it clear that it was wo might have to that it was Qer who was attempting to exert po litical influence over and at the close of his speech Germanys name was openly Mr Lodge said I have no Mr to detain the senate on this question of armor more than a very fey I certainly shall not attempt to enter Into the question of the merits of tbo different kinds of armor which has so ably discussed by the senators from New Hampshire and South who are experts on that Nor do I think It Is necessary to CUBH the point as to whether we should have any ships at all because armor has been shown to be It seems to me that that Is an argu ment which goes altogether too arid bears with it its own Car ried out to Its full extent It would amount to saying that we should not have ships because they sometimes or fortifications because they can be knocked Long before the days of armored ships we were told on high authority that ships are but sailors but They be land rats and water land thieves and water I imean and the perils of rocks and Yet although these things were all at the the age of Eltza Contlnnea an the Third SPECIAL Mens Suits AND Top Coats The first six 6 display windows in our Brattle street front show Mens Spring Suits and Top and the Fabrics from which they are pro The garments are all marked The Values AraExtraordinary I EOPOLD L AHORSE Open Saturday Evenings Washington   

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