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   Benton Harbor Weekly Palladium (Newspaper) - February 22, 1901, Benton Harbor, Michigan                                 ! ?  \ LL. VI >  thirty THIRD year.  BENTON HARBOR, MICHIGAN, ER1DAY, FEBRUARY 22, 1901.  NO.  34  •ar diopatcbra 10-da y show that t h*-sAiooo r: its #r« a^numing alarm Mg proportion a .0 Kasati  One cf the* Omaha kidnappers, woo  tt ** been fully idents bed by young Cud git is under arrest at Omaha  hie tmiES ee:e h;fe.  Big Slash in the River Harbor Bill.  and  The victim* of influenza at Christiana, REDUCED SOME $17,000,0(0.  Norway, now number 1 Too. Henrik  ibaen, dramatist and poet, is seriously I  lt4linllr<l    of     , ti „     Frl «eipai    Ap-  gi with the rnaladv  It is reported that Mr, Whitelaw Reid will be appointed envoy exlraodinary tslfaeeoroDatiOD of Kiug Edward at London, which will take piaee some kune in June  Minister Conger has vigorously pro-lasted against the propt sed military demonstration of the powers in China tod the American government will op-ypwt- the demonstration.  The present winter in A aska is the worst in fifty years. On Feb. 13 the Takon railway was blocked by snow Twenty-five feet is rep* rt» d at White Horse, with six feet at Skagway  Tbe Republicans of Berrien county beid their spring convention at St. Joseph Wednesday and showed by good attendance and enthusiasm continued issai in behalf of the party and the Nation’s welfare.  |iro|>rUiliiui for Improvements lit |li» Non It v% wnt vu l.ouu t air I.ill **t4«i«*<* Huu»e Oilier *1 <•.*»()r«»».  Washington, 1). C., Feb. lit. The commerce committee of tin- sp uute took heroic action upon (he river and harbor appropriation bill, making da per cent reductions in ail cash appro pnations ov.-r $..<»,000 and ltd 1-3 p*T cent reductions m continuous contracts calling for more man fl.5n.uU0. This had fin  lowing Joint resolution of thanks to  Admiral Sanqson in accordant* • with the pres,dent’s recent recommendation ;  "That in accordance with the provisions of section 1.508 of the revised statutes the thanks of the congress and of the American people are her by tendered to Rear Admiral William T. Sampson. United States Navy and com- ' mander-m-ehief of the United States naval force on the North Atlantic sta-1 tion during the late war with Spain, and to the officers and men under h s command, for highly du tlngu shed conduct in conflict with the rir my and in carrying on the blockade and naval campaigns on the Unban coast resulting in the destruction of th* Spin sh fleet at Santiago de Cuba, July 3, ION  "Sec. 2. That the president of the United States be requested to eaus* this resolution to be promulgated and lo communicate ’he same to Rear Ad-  Anti-Saloon Riots Assume A arming Proportions.  KANSAS IS THE BATTLEFIELD.  Ili» C'rn#»U*    liquor    “»pr<»»«lini  I" (*riii*r# Ttvkt. I’VMmilaa of ll luflv’il  miiai Sampson anil to    the officers    and }  ie    eflfe, t    of reducing the to- j     Im ,„  () f late command."    !    program:  tai of the lull    from    about fo7.uoo.oou to!    Both measures w* re    prepared    at    the;    Arise at    daylight    and    hold    pray  fSO.ooo.Ooo,    ] he committee also tie-1    navy department.    !    meeting in    some church.    At    10    ©’do  cidrd against placing an amendment j    -----------  upon the bill tarrying the JSu ira-ui HAY TALKS ON BOER WAR.  canal project. Senator Morgan, in  charge of the isthmian canal, offered such an amendment, but, owing to th* necessity which compelled the snarp j cut made by the committee, it was impossible to approve it. It is reported  1  that at the conference at the YY lute j House th** president intimated tha f  he} would y* to the river and harbor bill if it came to him carrying excessive j appropriations.  • mount'* in th* New Hill,  As the river and harbor bill will be  items of direct appropriations in tbe  The Senate at Lansing refused to confirm the Governor s nomination of f. D Lawton for state rax commissioner. the vote standing 23 to s. A real  war is in progress between the chief! northwest will stand as follows; executive and the Senate over the tax Waukegan harbor, Illinois....!  commission.    Holland    harbor,    .Ymtug’n.....  Grand Mara is harbor of refuge  Michigan. . .  .............  Milwaukee haibor of refuge,  Wisconsin................  Burlington bay. Minnesota.___  Comal at r *t r*», in I.o uton, 'at* l<m-  t«*»t I* 4»r from I n.1 • <t.  London, Feb. 19. Adelbert Hay. United State.-* consul at i‘r* tos ia. has arrived in London, en route for Ain-erica on leave of absence. Whether he will resume his duties after his sojourn at home d< trends on circumstances.  The young diplomat's thSrteen-month-s’ residence in South Africa has left him in perfect health. He is tall, broad shoulder* d ami tanned like a  DISASTER FOR THE BRITISH.  IS#ii. Uuihw Wav IU»* %i.hllillMt#U »u fYilIrr kurtr.  London, Feb. 21—Dread has filled* England over .he posting of oue of the* most ominous bulletins ever d splay -U j at the war office. 1 wenty-ttve hundred British soldiers are missing in South Africa, and it is feared they have met with serious disaster, perhaps annihi - J lation. *| he official bulletin simp y says that the British officer command Hr*wfc#r« «>f th# Anti-s«i#«»ti law %r.  Ir ,g Wonderfobtein reports that he* Wanted to M»»f {jtilrklp.    ha.> been unable to communicate with  General Smith Dorrien and his force; since February 6, when they engaged the enemy under General lamia Botha. In that engagement twenty-four were killed and fifty-three won tided on the British side. The Boers numb red 1,000 and fought with great ferocity, leaving twenty five dead on the fie 11.  >I*»T It* Alllllt>lll«t*4l.  The fight occurred ai Hotnwell, not far j east of Pretoria, aud the burghers! probably surprised Hie column under j j Smith-Itorrien. Wondeitontein whence | the alarming rejioit comes is the nearest post on the ra i wav telegraph.  ; The desperate Boers, loused to wage as guerrilla warfare have no rit Helena nor ships to transport prisoners, no I have they accommodations for a larg** body of captives, and, knowing tins.' the people of England fear most grew-  [.  Hot Words for Lentz by Representative Cannon.  LENTZ CHARGES CORRUPTION.  filiation of ‘MttutiUnc oti * I»*»*! W*u’' — Mrnit. 1<»t«*« In kmtor of rii*uin#i * 1 ulw- 4 Ivll U<>«rniui«ut for hl»ntl. Coi**ia«>r#«t.  Wichita, Kin., Feb. 21. Two him fired aeavlly arme*l farmers arrived t * help the temperance people purge the town of saloons. After they have ridded Winfield they will march into Arkansas City and make trouble there The saloon men expect the most trouble from the vigilance committee, numbering 1,000. This is the committee -  Washington. I). C\, Feb JHL—"Protected by his position In the American  congress, Ho gentleman from Ohio h is  uttered words which if he had uttered j decision is temper* as *u American citizen *n the 1 hibp , riximinmendatloo for  DOOM SLAYER OF DAY,  Jaryttt<-a ll»*t fr»*iK it Hu,.#, on* (.tulip-  *,f hau.iitn^hi* r  Minneapolis, Feb. 2) Frank 41. | Hamilton was de< iai ► i guilty of uua-slaughter by a jury which had dsiOperated forty hour- ov -r tne testimony j concerning tbe murder of iamaard Duy in the billiard-room ©I the Hotel Wag j Nov. 25. The verdict cam* i.k# a lightning sh is k to 11 a > 11 i I1 * ■ s and hi* friends. The prisone* was dazed with shb*esn‘*s - when the foreman id -noun*»«i the finding and the pretawnr’s lips moved silently in ru ite pro:*vt u» he looked despairing’! at be attorneys No on** -n,. *•{*•*] HtjUint twit a verdict of not guilty, or a ih- most, a disagreement The severity of th© son*'* a hat by a  oil Ft r leniency'.  presented to the senate the principal | veldt campaigner. Mr. Hay has many   !  muster their forces and at noon stir on the warpath. Every saloon in i , town has been wuraad to have Its ! doors «*p**n ready for inspection. If ‘ the doors are closed they will i*e bat- !  | lered down. After all places where j saloons have been conducted are in- ■ spected. then they will march against  the homes of the liquor dealers, where'    ...    ...  V    some tidings of the fate of th* nii>»ing  their fixtures and liquors have ^ ten  i goldieis  The last dispatch from Sniith-Dor-i lien, published February II after censorship, was as follows;  Louis Botha with 2.Wd men attacked General Smith Dorrieu at Orange  I pine islands he would have been » jetted to drumhead court-martial and t* in* need lo b** shot- aud properly >•>  T His. startling statement was u*tere*l with emphasis by Kepr*sentative Can lion iiti.j on the ficor of the house, it vy as in reply to charge* which had just been made by Repr*sentafive tjmiz iff ) that our swiditira to the  ul»-1 The penalty f»»r manslaughter is imprisonment for not more than twenty  or few* r than five y*, days and nights of discussion the twelve  a unanimous decision  and so informed the * soon spread ©ter the the jurors were ready  :   »rs. After tar© pp,ire»Uy futiks mea irrived at at !»: 15 o'clock.  uiirt. fh* news - i.ty. and Oefor©  o report half am  Philippines w under o*d* r> t*» prac-J hour later the courthous^ h id th© toe bur bar it i*-y <*n non-* om i»a i.nH htl-j largest * row*} far duri*g the pro-i pi nos. The h*n*se was kept in a ter-1 teeiiin^' It was the • i* versa! ofumoa  The session of the Legislature closed tor tbe introduction of bills at 11 o’clock Wedoesdaj *night with 560 in the Senate, as against 541 last session,  and 1,358 in the House, as against    Detroit river, Michigan.  last session, beating the records in    Sr Clair Flats, cunai Michigan  both bouses    Middle and West Nc**bish   _______ 1    channel**.    Michigan.........  Gen. Mac Art hur has informed the    Calumet river, i Lu i* and I n-  war department that tbe transports' i.ma....................  Hancock and K.’patrick eft Manila fiunday for tbe United States The Hancock has the Thirtieth volunteer infartrv on board and the Ki patriek earr es 4'»u.sick soic ier*.  75.IMK) 85 U*Hi  52 500  <*O0  Frank Hamilton was convicted of manslaughter bj the jury at Minneapolis, for kilang Leonard R Dav The jury reee mmended the prisoner to the mercy of the court The statu tory sentence for the crime ranges from five to twent years imprisonment.  Illinois river, Illinois ...  Rock river. Illinois......  Mississippi river, mouth of the  Ohio to St. hull  1,012  Mi> iHSippi rivei, hc >d of the  passes to the Ohio.........  Storage r*- ervohs, S<ou\ river, South Dakota Missouri i i\ • r. if and ai’-'V**  Sioux City. low a ...........  Missouri river, below Sioux  City......................  Three bundled thousand provided for surveys and  9s 250  15U.UUU  37:. 0*H) 257.5th#  375 ouu  ;»«: 250 5t*. 2 *0 l.»t< 0*40  i i 2 500  . 202 50!* 1**1 la r- Is < xaiiifu i-  j tions of rivers and harbors n*»t pro* vid**d Njr in th** bill.  The renommation of Mr. C D. Jen-  <*    4    |»|»i    o|»rl*»i    l*»»    It    * 11.  uings as county school commissioner I Nearly    the    whole    ses-on    <»i ih* -    *u-  by the Republican convention Wednes-    af*-    v\,*>    *levot*-*l    io <'onsi*ii iaii.m    «»’  day was the proper rewarding and    the    pos'office    app    »pnati«»n    bill. S<*    far  endorsement of a faithful public ser  vant. Mr Jennings is an able and paiostaktDg * ffieiai who will be reelected without a question  Fire Monday night damaged the Milwaukee Herald newspaper p ant to the extent of about **0,000 faiiy covered hy insurance. Many of the Herald employes got out of the buiidmg bareiy in time to avoid suffocation. 1 he Sen-Unel budding, adjdning the Herald, •astained a loss of about ,$1,030 from water.  The wife of a saloon keeper was  as commit fee amendments to the m* j ure are concerned the lull practically j was completed, although  f h»- amend-! ment appropriating $500.1*00 for an ex-; tension of the pneumatic tube s* : vice remains undisposed >f  "I on<rnr<(' jr" Hill I*«*'*•«•• *1.  Mr. Littlefield * M*> > moved u* pass under suspension <»f the rules the b II to define the meaning of the womI "conspira* y” ami to regulau the u-e  friends in tendon, among Americans. They are giving him a royal welcome. He said to your correspondent this morning;  “Ultimately peace will return *o South Africa; then that country will boom. How soon this will come cannot be foretold. The Boers are fighting with courage and tenacity. Those best acquainted with the situation d * not look for a cessation of hos.iltties for some months.  I,et astonishes everybody with his «\pioits. His successes do n©? spring from in* k. b it from an unerrtllg kuowhdge cf the country, great en-durance and remarkable military skill  “The Boers ar<> *om!ucting a niag nifutnt military * arnpaign. The *-nd.: *»f ioiu»- t  w'dt come in lime, and then Souih Africa will boom as never before. I anticipate that Americans will snow up well in this friendly com pet 1- j lion. Already our country is repre-j -“iited 111 South Africa by many able .ad active men. They hold positional of authority in connection with the | c id mines and >o;ind ready to push I Ameri.au mercantile interests when opportunity off* rs.  “The military government of the! Transvaal has been excellent fr*»;n the; fieeinning, uni tin’re has been no in-centlve to attempt to engage vigorous- 1  ly In the pursuits of tM^ace,  * America's consular infer* i sts at Ure-! toria are at p c>cnt in the hands of William H. Gordon, whose activity and | abilitv ar-- doing much for our busi-nesa welfare in that country.”  stored. These places will he raided and all saloon fixtures smashed. If saloon-men offer any resistance the battle will commence.  Mayor Albright has issued a proclamation threatening to fine all mem- \ bers of the mob $200 each. It is re- \ p*»t*d thaf he contemplates martial iaw for Winfield  Mayor Albright said:    While    the    sit-    j  nation today is dangerous and th- re i are many prospe* ts of trouble I believe the saloon men will take their goods and go when they find trouble is eer- j tain I have the town well guarded j today. I have advised saloon keepers i to move. If the temperance people ! start to shooting they will be arrested immediately. The same applies to others ”  The following notice, printed in re! ink. was posted about Winfield vest r- (  \Y :rning We h.iv* giv^n you pier, ty of time and now we inten<i to act. Tomorrow at 1 o’clock, if there is » saloon fixture in town, v* will sma.-h the same, and if any resistance is offered on your part w wflj injure th*-  !  first man who atfontpta to stop us. We do not want to se* any hioodsh* I in *>ur community. *ut the saimnm must go. The first sa n man who -ii ikes any of our memoi rs will i«* strung up lo the n«*ar*st tree. This D wh&t we demand: You must take your fixtures from your homes where vou  :   Uamp ibithwell at 3 a ni , February 8. He was repulsed .ifter severe fighting General Spruit was killed General Kandemeyer was severely wounded, l*u field cornets were killed twenty of the Boer dead were left on our  Feb. .. Mm h May ..  ('ora Feb ..  hands and many severely wounded   n „,    „ .    ..j    .    .    ,    ,    .    subject    under    consul    ration.  Our casualties were twentv font Killed.  1     ...  _       ,    ..    “jumping    on    a dead man  "I ant not jumping ou a *b ad m.tn  and fifty-three wounded  Army Ulltrrr* * I Mrs.  Army officers in la* ml on who have served in South Africa are unable to understand why communication with Smith Dorrien a forces should m» dis-t ;• iw-d If th*: latter « in fighting condition.  To add to the gi »ve apprehensions cornea the rumor again that l*cwet win rani Uapv loxu Kitch* ner has apparently    given    up trying    to catch  the crafty    Dutch    leader    and    has te-  turned to Pretoria Dfcwet,'s follow mg in Cape Colony i» --.rid to be increasing daily and he now menaces the seat of Brit tab an thority in    South    Africa,    daring t«» *1" ;   more than    ev«*ii    Uronje    ami    Joubevt  planned in the days of ll*er SUCC* [ early III th# war  Kltchfwr < *•!«*i>let#iv fnolMl.  Dewet completely’ f*«*led Kitchener j have them stored and ship them out-|  mhm tk)t .     f:VM{ ,  t  tiiottgbt he  bad turn »iimmwl* -i »<•■* Dewar. A!  -We of the city.    The must stay out  We do not want    to have to kill you.  but the saloon fixtures must go. This  is our last ail vice    to you. and you had j visions,    one    operating    nude,  better take warning, under penalty of     ttmIt(1ant     Froneman    .n    the south  death.  "Vigilance Committee ”  Several of the notices have been torn down by drunken men.  ment during the heated controversy, which began when Mr. Lent/ had iead a paragraph from a newspaper report tug the death of Charles L>land, territorial judge of New Mexuo win* w«s it one time a member of the fJbto b gistatu*e anti who, tbe newspap* r said, voted for Mr. Hanna for Untied States senator. With this paragraph as a text Mr. Lentz attacked corruption in high and low places, charging that a judicial place had been given | vianh Mr. Lyland in return for his vote be j viay , United States senator. Mr .Steele,    Oni©  (Ind.l made the point of order that    Feb,    ,  Mr. I.entz was uof speaking to the lltKjt  but was ' Uoi k , Mav laird  replie#! Mr. Lentz, "bill on a man who  is so alive that he wi I tide down IVuu ay I vania avenue with tbe pr- s»dc..t one week from Monday. '  11, *»>i»r <»f l'**» >»< *'b V *»•■*•»  Th*’ senate. !>v a vole of M to 16. decidvd • fntot oi ret* ntiou m l **x tension of th*» pneumatic tube s-rvi*e TUt debate was psotowged sin! p.*rti i pa fed in by mai-y s**u.iiors. Mi Yla-goii of Chi* ag** appeared a- tfi* * bam pion of the servitc. It *lev«dop-il that a majority ctf iim post*’ffi*e commitlee favors fvtemhng the ays 'em, but a few ■eiiat<iti, including Mr. YY *>lc**t(. * he chairman of the committee, and Mr Hale are unalterably oppo-ed io >t. aua are filibustering by points of mdti to defeat the wishes of a majority. Mr,  Hale declared it to be a gigantic lobbying enterprise ami said that tbe coi-ridors of the capitol ami the streets i» his residence were lined bv lobbyists importuning him.  »Hil* I* K#|e*vt#-i.  Senator** Spooner’s bill authorizing th** president to establish civil gov-  and wish, too ,n,.t Hamilton would b« fre*«! when the ver*fict was announced.  DAILY MARK 1  • Im    of  REPORT.  Mav  July  *pt.     It - Open,    . High.    ia>w    Close.      ?2    71 4        . 7**4      .. a*\    71 N        .7**      * * .id'l    ,7s ,    •75‘N*    .7(4                  • 58 >4          39*,    S» ? i    70 %      -- <W\    .40\    .40S    ♦0%      • • * . •                  .. M%    .25 \    25 S    .25%      , 1110    11 13    I !.»>7 <*g    n.12%      -        7.1?  l  2     7.55      .. 7 *    7 (at    7.52'4    7 00      ... 7    i t»* < ■*    7 *0    7 S7%      ... 7 1#    7 1:U    7. fi 7 1 4    7 Id      *** 7 3d    7 ’•*§    7 20    7.22%     Hurl  Mr  vi*  'fw l'r,»t Irnt 'or *0.**  •<- - b  u  2i "*-e* rge H Harris ♦ n elv* md in ! •• prv^adency of :aror* A- 0niB< y rait-ediug C. K Ferkina.  r  - who at present sid* »t of the big: iving the operattngr his charge, will a©~ I )f ’he higher office* immediat Iv. other .nipcvrtarst change* in th- niinagem*-nt of the oed will result frtun the retii emeot *if Mr. Perkins. Either YV. C. Brown, general manager of the <’hi «aro Bariingtom Af Quincy proper, or Q, W. BoMraag, general manager of Fhtrl*i|too ft Msisouri River *ilvisioi? of the svsteon, Vvllf ,-sli* l eed tO th* 1  Vi. e- j>, estd-'n* y.  the    fik  rtxrtf -vs. r* -uiti-.i i> so* *m*  Ifc-stern system, h departin* at binder  sUOle the finties  CHEAP RATES TO WEr-T.  *i:t*» I hir|(i. to (« It.tiu * r«fU»ll4 VmI-tle. T*r* m * »h<1 I og#t S*w« •»*»  FEAR ANOTHER STRIKE,  Charles Schmidt, owner of two sa- * loons in Winfield, has given out this !  ( o*l Offltri*t<»r*    !>«» N*i*t    I,Ike Mlli livir*    I tit* I'V !* W  4*411 I„r Uotnt    v#ntio,v    "VV*    will stay here    and protect our;  VV i Ikes bar re. Pa.. h>b.    19—President     1     property. We do not    propose to have j  Mitchell of fhe United Mine Workers jour goo*ls smashed and will has issued a call for a joint conven-  profert  tion of th*  Sherrnan anti-trust act, but confined  killed during a raid by saloon wreckers ^     >>pnot|    Ai ihin    lertain limita-  •t Millwood, near Leavenworth, Kac    ti«»ns by rh* operation of th** amend  •as. la«t Monday DJght. The Carrie    vir.    Fleming    (Ga.) onl th*t  Nation movement’' has ai ready reached within ’**ri minutes Samuel Gonipers,  of    restraining orders, is pr*tposed to j    tion of the    anthracite coal operators  be    amende*!    by (he committee \lr.     an< j miners    at Hazleton,    March 12.  Littlefield said the bill was designed t*>    (    he    *ip*    raf*.r-    declare    Mil*    hell    has  exempt lal*or    union- fi*»m the **pr a    no umfersiamiing with    them, and  onspiracy clause of rtie    knows they    will pay no    attention to  Cape Town dispatch says the Boer, general has split his force into two di*  t om- j »f the  Grange Kiver Colony The other di-1 ernment in the Philippine istwudaJ v*,sK»n. under lK'w*t and with guns.} which is drawn in aluuist iden’tcally  crosse*l she rivet between ColrM.uig the same language as the measure uu  | and Hopetuwn    j d**r whieh President Jefferson governed t    _  The siguiti* ant part ©f this ran sored < the Uniisiana territory, was auopteu Chicago Union Pacific and North-ijisp.itcti is the final line staling that by th** senate military committ*e  l * Western LiDe Tiehett on sale each ! the present where.ib*»uts **f l»*u*rt * an amen«!ment to the army approprta- Tuesday. Feb !•» tj April 30 Short-force is not known.    Hon bill, it will be taken up for con- est time enroute Finest scenery.  Army officers who weie seen at the eiderution as soon as other approprt- Da iy tourist ear exemsioDs perscoaily riiiliH today ^ho<>k their heads and *ai«l at ton hilts ahead of '* are    of  that IVewet had probably elude*! the,  British forces again as fit* has so often I •lone before, dividing tos forces to ie-  a deplorable stage of fanaticism and a wave of reactionary sentiment wiil probably soon sweep over Kansas and  pat a stop to tbe impending bloodshed  An open air triai was he *1 Monday  morning in the court-house y* r d ®t ffyersburjr. Iron , at which Judvfe Lynch presided over a jory of twelve d ry, *nd ot the moat prominent men in the t wo This court, after a fair hearing. ’ ad judged Frets King, a yon tiff If** > i t y of attempt in if to ennnina v as •anil M an E >se Arnold, and it was not long until his lifeless bod *. was dang- ng from a limb made faitJOAJ*- in this section because four other negroes hav» met their punishment there a? ike hands of enraged men All w*re fsdty of the '•sme eritne  president of th** Federation «r Labor, )>h«! stated h** would prefer that the hill should he * feateil rather than passed with the amendment®. I he bill wa*> d*’f**ated 56 to 14-».  stiii'lrv I Ivil Hill.  Th** sundry < .v i bill was under c»n-Sideratior* tn tbe house late m the  Mr. Cannon, chairman of the  approp: at Iona < <*®oilttee, took o< sion to make a deta»*ed statement <ippr'»p v *'H(ions for the pf**«eni g gr* > ss. He IN by many ft Hi< i - m truvag *n ■ of this  to do this, h* of the reckle - on zress  a-  of c Mi’  s.itd  5 *'X-  4 *,Hnltlnn  Wash*ngt*m, D. house !> < - I Hie i(*Mi *«>«• for Hu*  A NARROW EBCAPE  H*#,i  Hfiti •iatM Hjr Jfiisijtirti  Jills*. Mich Feb U» V s sectioe ®en who had come here from Buchan* M to assist. :0 ciearintr aw» ,-! ;te tabna  hui i■*»■»» a  ij., Feb. 19, The iiill appropri *ting * f .OIlis etJMasjt lO'l  by a vote of 191 to M Messrs Mann and Boutell of Chicago voted for the Pill. Messrs Cus.irk Foster, Nwmao and Lorfmer w**r*- absent. Nearly ail the congressmen of Ulinois mit ode of Cook >unf< V a.'ii fir the bill. ‘ on-gre.'Stnan    * »nn*#r    mnonnc* d    that in  , .    Si    -•    ;  .., .. !    ,,,    f    nss • ;     :ii  , j,.h ptjrp*»**es    but    h** said    be    fav     ;i: . <1  fhe bill.    Tb*>    government    by    the    a  *«tU.rM    in    ,    »«■<*    »«t    Thar-    ^    „ f     .„ r | n<         I    |„|    ,    ,  •»» ,i»ht.,t»rt»d hom,-**turdmy««>n.  ( . on(rl , , ,ppropri,lf » .    if’h  !«» on their handcar, and when aboot.     nf  Missouri raised $|u u0*» »«H),  and he would not vote to repudiate  • m* s wsh* ijosv r»e>’’ei{ y eu- -■ i?e-e<i  • pa»<4«ngsr tram which was running  a terrific rate The men jumped  m in mutant laier their car w** karlsd in tbe sir sad demolished  that contract  on i r«*  Ipy % ni t >» %a*r**0!*  MURE SMALL PUX  Lansing Mm*a Fet i * fhe *‘ate  d of hea'dh has been notified of *® ontbreak nf 5 pox a f  M*"uni$ ***«»», t as a topsf «iue'oci» of srhtdh No state norma! school has o«ed  The South Bend and Southern Rail- j *»? 5ompanv of Niles have i ! ed ar* cl j •s of hMorporattou with capital at j  §#«**«« SieaswfO *»*• K**»«l«♦!*»»» *»! Thatiks *,» r**f» , s«*’  Wa    D    C. Feb 19    S r,.;t  . ........    ,  n   I ■ Naira, has iatrodu. *uJ rcvif li of the grade of tbe navy and autbori* nt to appoint ew<y rear ,* off|**e. The b H    in  Vflmlrats jimp«a *»d n! c?i■ ej§ t# aid in fidV'  f tbelf promotion as  tot  ml  a  8ii« h a call.  It would mean, they say, a recognition of the union, -uch as they do not intend f<i grant. Several believe it Is the first move toward another big strike, and is made to show that the union offered the operators u fair op-portunitv to meet m aniicatde conference for adjustment of gnevaue* s.  1<l OlwiTtC 'nl.tr Ilf ll|Nf.  San Francis*©. (M„ Feb. 10 -Tiic William If, t'rocker expedition from th** Lick observatory to observe the total <*1 p^e of th** sun in Sumatri ‘  M.r 17 a il sail from San Fr.iaeLf'i ; on t) >•    , pp in Maru tomorrow Tiir  t •xp» , <|iti«0» r* in charge of Assistant ’  ■ Astronomer C. D. I***i'riiie. He will lie . a* * ou*p t up’1 by Raiph H, Curtis, for Ih* last year strident assistant of the id * t *at«»ry at B* rkdey arul now an a -isfant on th»* Lick Observatory  I staff. These astronomers will select their a -si f ants fr*>m experts emplo e*l i by the Dutch officials at i*idang.  H.«t»**r "o*in*t* 4 >» .  Berlin. Fib l :• Count Von Alv* n<-leb**r, former German minister at itrat* s**ts, who has be**n appointed to suc-{ coed Prince von Radoiin as ambas.sa j dor at St Petersburg, wili leav for the Russian capital this week. It is reported fhot he will carry an irnport-  ■ ant message direct from the kaDer to the czar an the subject of main*  • taming the peace of Europe', with a reference to Queen Victoria's death-b**ii advice on that subject.  I hr**#* I*#a.| In Wrrrfc.  New Y*#rk. Feb 19 Official* of the New York Centra! company report a freight wreck on ’heir rood near Am*  alar dam* in which three trainmen were k fled.  The e«iineer of one of the freight trains failed to **top his train at a eemiphor** *igna! and prove ded into th.* next block where th*’ tram crash***! <nt. smother ft* fh! train  tfiern with our lives. That is all I have to say. an*! what I have said I mean.  I will not obey the foolish demand of Ih, pr«., h.rs, a, it Would h, . money ,     (h ,„,     lit „ r   losing game for us. We have the right J  to stay here and we will do so ”    C    i»**n»i»#ri»i..    u Ac«>r#a.  Loudon, Feb 21 — Recent speeches C«»,e    Nt 4*ow#>r. M..    aeilvcred    by    Joseph    Gbamberlam *ec-  Gower. Mo., leb. 21.—A number of .    #    .i     4    Ul  retaey for the colonies citizens of this town visited tlie two i  saloons here and demanded that thev j  conducted semi we#kly. For ticksta. j illu-trated pamphlets and foil infer Buy old    #*.    t.nts    office for mation inquire of nearest t * ket agent  kindling tires. iin ; T>»* ‘.h*-(ve*. or wrap- or address Chicago A North W#»tera ing- KwnSi#.- Hunch of so for * cNut. Rv . 17 Campns Martins, fieirr.t, Mich.  in the bouse of com mo us    hate stirred up    a    liberal    bor-  ,    nets    uesr    The    Echo    this    morning  !>. clo-'l    at    on. ,.    I    pon „f.iaal    of |h,     a , rilt     win  first    proprietor    visited,    the    liqti#-    in  his place was turned into the street, f The other k*^ •per thereupon closed his * place and agreed to go out of business, i  Gower is a village in Ciintoa county, n* ar St. Joseph.  K *l«l f*x 4lwtahoma W *tm#n.  Foy, Okla., Feb. 21.- Two women, on* a Mrs. Boyd chopped their way through th** window in tbe rear of ; Frank Frolics’ saloon and surprised .» number of'men playing draw poker. The men fled and the Women wrecked tbe furniture. J3ater Mrs. Boyd whose j husband was one of those in th** game, ! caused Frolics’ arrest on a charge of ! gambling.  •I# v Hold Hr*. X ** t Inn.  VViLuta, Kan., F b 21. hidg. DU> of the District court ham detided that he would ieach a deciaion in Mrs Nation’s case in a few hours, and has so informed the attorneys for !e>th sides. Mr- Nation is charge.} with destroying saloon property It is .said Judge Dale will decide saloons ar** legal property and hold Mrs. Nation.  ing th** p r  admiraD to  the lute refit itebfty and is  well  who  m the P served  on of other < ffic ri iem in the Spanish  war  fi4*nator Hale also lotroduccd thafol-  Omtt*# r*r* an.aaa fa4#n**fi*  (’, h i ’*!tar Feh • 9 A R CI« m m«i e Unit  received from the    trea-ury    th  fttffli of $5;<h : k‘ m ccmpensvtion granted t© the family c Sang oi. an Yitiet murdered at Fez imi ye*r.  the late Mnrrtte ;a» citizen who wax  4.1 win l.mil.I |« SrfMOd In  New Orleans, Feb, 21—Bdwin Gould ; will long have occasion to remember Mardt Gras in N< w Orleans in 1901 Me has been placed under arrest in ; h;« rooms in the Bt. t’bar!e- Hotel bv j Tom Galbraith, a negro deputy United fitates marshal  Monday afternoon an amended hill • ■ . , •  the soft entitled the United States v« the T* tax A Pa*dfl< Rafjroa-rt **t at ami the et ai include*! among of hers all the member* *tf th- f»oiil*l family.  f r f m f-ftft hi* m !#-  Uolumbua. O.. Feb. 21 — Th* exe* q. fiv* *«>ard of fhe  1  filled Min* 1  Work ’    ;    f    U    j    ^    •    >  (Mines of the fa*k~m\ diot.rlct wi.n :mb ‘r toeo iaboret"* .it the teole of $2 ;50 ,.*1 -.    -    m    i    n    s    ■ 1  * ■  :   paid Vice President Sullivan leaves j for the Jackson dlxtrfct to con*iact the -fight  yet bring the empire to grief t'itaui j her!am would have support* 1 *! George III and Lord North bad he been ruin later lu those da>> Just au* h a tern-i per ia the colonial secretary now dis- i play mg as stripped u* of *aur thirteen! ■ idiuiies and place*! a daintiing blot on , Hi li ieh statesman hip.”  To l*r#v#*»*t Il4»r Mwrrtac#.  S*raiiton. I’it., F**b |l In the lu-at* v proceedings hrouglit against Miss Jenna Howell, of this city, by her I brother Franklin Howell, the referee j direrted the Jurv lo return a verdict j that Miss Ifowell w t- sane Miss How- j eli testified that her brother had ! wrongfully us***! h* r fort it n« *>f $7$. poo. t and was trying to prevent her marriage to further his own ends Her j in.linage is new set for Fine.  shot i*x ftoactoer t*wt I.**#**  Fort YYayne. Ind, Feb 21—-Isaac Slater, who was shot Monday night by bis daughter Bessie, is better and in iaii held for tria* He \§ charged with assault and iMAftcrv on bis wife Bes ate who fire*! th* stud, will not b4» j>» osecuted.  s.. V. W*' Knight I* t*w*>M»nt  Mtnneapoiia, Feb 21 — The Mississippi Valiev Lumbermen’s aosociation elected fi f M* Knight «»f Mtnneapo s  president, lo succtied William Irvine of rhlppewa Falls, Wis There were  * it * *>ther < h SUtges in fhe    list  Smlliw >l#rn#er»d   1  '    '    ■    .    S.    ■  !»«>*! have been taken r< ?n th- I nios nones ’ wo whiles (fire* I * p.* iies# mo  The Best  Things  To Eavt  A R E M A D E W IT H  Hot-brc^d^  biscuit,  cake,  rolls,  mu bins,  crusts.  ROYAL  Baking  Powder  puuc  and  fhe v ii r i o u s pastries requiring a leavening or raising agent.  t»<> < ’ho  Risen with Royal Baking Row tier. <m these fewxis are superlatively li^nr. sueeu fcmk*r, delicious and wholesome.  Koval Raking Powder  time an*I labor savers ro Besides, it econ TYf'YT t 7 €  i: S f| (If! I and, best of ill, makes digestible and healthful.  tht greate  e pastry  Mb'    M    '  it food  •! 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