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   Eau Claire Leader (Newspaper) - June 23, 1897, Eau Claire, Wisconsin                                WEDNESDAY JUNE v c f i tiplliiP3 stilts We are selling those all wool chevoit mens suits at 00 WOO raits now goitv V 689 The 1209 and 1350 qaality go IQ at the uniform price of 850 We iive i the of V JtfENS COCWL CLOTHING Colonial Military and Royal cessions Make a Gorgeous Spectacle HOT WEATHER Beat linen crash suits 1376 Beat alpaca coats 100 A lot of light coats and vests 75c A better quality at 150 A lot of linen vests at 75c A lot of summer undershirts 19c A lot of balhriggan undershirts 2lc And many other goods which you will buy afc even lower prices Call now at Unbounded JJnthusiasni Every where Greets the Queen En Roiita Simple but Impressive Cere monies in the Shadow of St Pauls ft Star BLUE FRONT HQTJIGHTINOHIO Not for State Offices Nor Yet for a United States Sen atorship Bat for Control of the State Committee That Factions Lock Horns Hanna and Buslmell Confer but Have Failed to Reach an Agreement TbLEDOO June 22 The Republican state convention was to have opened ai 4 p m but was somewhat delayed I nominate a full state ticket and endorse a candidate for United State senator There is no opposition to Sen ator Hauna for both short and the long terms and none to the renoininati6uof Governor Bushnell and other state offi cers no agitation over the resolutions or any of the oroinary issues at conventionsThe contest has been from the start for the control of the state central committee which selects the state campaign chairman SenatorForaker Governor Bushnell and others have been untiring in their efforts to retain Chairman Kurtz while and the old following of President McKiuley and Secretary Sher man have supported Major Charles Dick for the place In addition to the factional elements represented there has been a strong rivalry for years between Dick and Kurtz and the fight between them has distinguishing feature of this governor and senator wereIn confer ence during lunch but the Bnshneli and Kurtz men did not indicate any disposition to accept the compromise and the Hanua and Dkk men said they had conceded everything except the selection of Kurtz and that they could not and would not concede THE SCHEME A FAILURE of the Afririh Colonization Ex pedition Return NEW YORK June col ored persons who formed part of the 200 sent to Liberia by4heInternational Em igration society in March 1896 arrived in this port during the day aboard the steamship Liberia They say the scheme has been a total failure tlhat many of their number died of starvation and fevers that the society did not fulfill the contract and that many members of the expedition are stranded in England unable tt get back totEeir homes The plan of the African colonization scheme originated early in 1894 in the miud of Bishop Turner who was travel ing in the South It was formulated and carried into effect by Jere McMil lan a white man of Birmingham Ala who founded what was known as the International Emigration society jtoyai Mnltltudat Uulou June is out of sight the mark its Hill tells tells the begin of the queen among the artillery iu Hyde salute of JO guns are fact to waiting thou The queen had ac the hearts of thou sdMb Of and members 1jeiit more placidly as they re premiums on yft had been wagered with them her majesty would start Colonial IrooiKHion was practically in tertians as far as St Pauls iibugh the two last eu mute to the ca tliedrtUWere consolidated as they moved Into Piccadilly The lirst to take up potation WAS the colonial procession Ijrmed on the embankment and moved vuk the Mall thence past the palace viewed it from a window over the route to St The march leguu at PADDED PAYROLLS Santa Fe It convention Inweuted an Ultimatum The old state central committee held its last meeting during the morning but owing to the peculiar canvass for campaign chairman none of the con tests were decided for the temporary organization of the convention These contests were referred back to the dis trict incetins efHhe in the afternoon Senator from Cleveland shortly after 11 a m and held a conference with Major Dick The latter presented an ultimatum from Governor In this ultimatum Governor Bushnell authorized Major Dick to say to Senator Hanna that ho Bnshneli 1 would decline renomination if Chairman Kurtz was not retained in charge of the state Hiul All They Could While Senator Hanna and pGovernor 0 Bushnell were conferring with their rcspcccive friends it was learnedthat Senator Hanna had proposed to with draw the name of Major Dick and that the latter had consented on condition that Chairman Kurtz also withdraw and that a new man sajisfuctory to both Governor Bushnell and Senator Hanna should be named Tho indica tions were that there would be no com promise and the issue would be con tested in the district meeting and at tho meeting of the state convention The Itonl Robbed of SWOOOO 01 Chicago Division KANSAS CITY June pay cai run last week by the Santa Fe Railway company over its Chicago division be tween KansaCity and Chicago has re tunredto Tojxka The result of tht investigation has not been given out but according to reports from Chicago the amount the company has been robbed of by padded payrolls will ap proximate General Manage Frey and other high officials of the road refuse to disclose the result of the in vestigation Every moreJSinade sccretlyandiupuiiiKhingguiltyomcaals or forcing them to give up stolen money the same policyifcursued The Captured Again WASHINGTON June secretary of tbe treasury hasreceived information of the capture of the suspected filibuster Dauntlessoff Indian Key Flo with men arms and ammunition on board No further particulars are given LONDON June last strokwp 12 had not died away on the niidnigh sir when from 100 metropolitan a tumultuous peal rf bells Diamond Jubilee Day The vast crow that filled the miles of streets and squares answered with ringing cheers and here and there the singing of Save the Queen The crowds that peopled the street and squares all night iu the hope of good view of the procession were ing in their sublime patience Waitin for 12 Wand as many o these people are doing jammed to gether is a feat of endurance that coul only be sustained by some overmaster ing desire A clear starlit sky and cool airkep the spirits of the crowd at the topmos point throughout the vigil With daw the hope of Queens weather merged i certainty and the world here prepare itself in fullest confidence for a day of pleasure The earliest active indication of the great from the people awaiting shortly before 6 the ar rival of vestry carts to freshly gravel the roadways after the fashion which prevailed in the good old days of Sam Pepys Then a little later the inevit able precursor of any procession the police began to arrive in great numbers being distributed along the line of route J Closed to Traffic The streets on the north side of the Thames were closed to ordinary vehicu lar traffic at on the side at 8 am London bridge had been closed to all traffic at midnight and Westmin ster bridge and other bridges between at 5 a m at which noiir all persons were removed from Westminster and London bridges The first great difficulty of the police was assisting owners of seats on stands and houses to get to them they being permitted to drive to them up to It oclock for there was a vast interval be tween a title to a seat and actual pos session The crowds on the sidewalks were quite willing to give passage to the favored mortals who owned seats but to do so was was an at tempt to divide six into four with no re mainder And the difficulty was fur ther increased by the arrival of the troops after taking up their ap pointed places The wise however had reached their seats iu stands or ob tained accessto houses where they had bought windows by 7to oclock It was only the inevitable late comers who had to push and struggle in the case of ladies much to the damage of their toil ettes At length order was evolved out of of the extreme late com ers were peremptorily shut out and everybody settled dowu to wait The picture was complete The last touches of decorator upholsterer and florist had been given the line effect of the decora tions could be viewed the faces were jLii their places s audlthe great cortege pnn welcome to jhe waiting multitude The headed by an advance partyof the Royal Horse t ianls Then lollowedthe band of the corps ig the inspiring Washington MatCh1 Close upon the baud caniea portion of the picturesque North westj mounted police as escurt to the first Colonial premier the Hon JforthwCst police men to whom a middle has never been a novelty wade a striking appearance quite as brave and serviceable looking the New South Wales Mounted mth their gray scniisombreW and bitik cocks pinnies who succeeded them eMorting the premier of New Qonth Wales the Hon S H Reid Each of the colonial premiers in turn escorted bjta detachment of native soldiers and each of them received some recognition though most of them had passed before being fully recognised The premiers being disposed of then really most attractive dis play mounted troops of the crown col onies ttie Rhodesiau horse the colonial infantry broken by three bunds typical of the United Kingdom those of St Georges the London Scottish and tlio London Irish rifle volunteer corps and Others Then there passed the splendid contingent from Canada infantry 175 Strong uniformed somewhat like the regular service infantry with Colonel leading Much applause was bestowed on thefine marching of these men whoin Svery way kept the Doiuiu ion to the front Following came the Oddities of the 1anule in the eyes of Londoners in whichtlii Zaptiehs from Cyprus with theDyaks of an rjlitary police The Zrtpfiebs were mounted on island ponies and natural wore the Turkish fez with a jaeke somewhat suggestive of Constantinopi and the minarets of Suimboul Th Borreo Dyaks yellow colored sinallis chaps were eagerly expected by th crowd owiilg to their headhunting prc clivities of which however trac could be noticed in their dress These and others coming after them empha sized and repeated the fact how widoly scatteredare the races the queen rales The Trinidad field artillery the Sierra IJeone mihtia with their strange blue turbans and depending tassels and knickerbockers the British Guiana policewith their white curtainedcaps the Hansrsas in the familiar zouave cos tumes of long ago and the Royal Niger who fouihr at Ilorin and uniforms of Kharkill cloth trousers exposing the leg and shaved heads were all blacks The Haussas the blackest of the blacks wearing the burnished livery of the sun were nibst eutUusiasffcanylnwten1 The Military 1rniisiiim The second procession passed the pal ace 50 minutes after the colonials hart climbed Constitution Hill U more than eloquently ailed in the picture of Brit ains war strength mtc than mag uificeiitly completed the cuvmval of DR PRICES theliead or now to come to royal procession proper was interwoven with the crowd ofwait ing dignitaries of all sorts Finw caUie the aides de eanip to the queen these being headed by the Prince of Wales and the of Cambridge and Con naught and the Earl of Wemyss Then followed alone the lord lieuten ant of London His Grace the Duke of Westminister in a lord lieutenants dress The duke was followed a glittering cavalcade of officers the head quarters staff To them succeeded field marshals Next came three officers of the auxil iary forces in attendance on H R H the Princess of Wales eqnerricsf gen tlemen in waiting and military attaches foreign naval and military v brilliant lot of gentlemen uniformed ia the dresses of all the courts of Europe audhalf its crack regiments and wear ing all its stars Then a compliment from the kaiser a deputation from tho First Prussian Dragoon Guards Queen oLGreat Britain and Irelands Own After the Germans came the most brilliant group of all the soldiery the officers of the imperial service troops from India in their uniforms a mixture of the English regular army andlnativp dress were brilliant to a degree not to be witnessed ontside of countries where barbaric splendor and ingenuity in em broidery is the rule Swarthy featnm suggestive in unmoved couu cnauces of allthe dark mystery of th 2ast Many also wore massive golt varrings with enormous stones whiU some wore in addition gold anklets blaze with sapphires and emeralds The special envoys not numbered inoug the princes followed the Indian u eleven 2horse landaus from th royal painted lake and ver uilliou Tlie royal arms were on th janels royal crowns on the tops A rorgeouB coachman reposed iu each box in royal scarlet white knee breeches ind silk stockings his important head jewiggcd with white horsehair and crowned with a magnificent iJcornered it decorated with ostrich plumes The crowd now began to show more eager interest iu the approaching ve nicies they were nearer and nearer to the queen Following the princes of various thrones of Europe came the iruard of officers of native liHian cavalry of fine pliy ij picturesque uniforms and staauge faiths But for these the crowd had but few eycs for the wmmanderin chief who followed behind them none They could see the queens was the queen at hKft Achecr seemed to shake the ground gain and again asfVr majestys carriage ap proached ihe famous eight Hanover iancreams cream in color with long iails white lishUke eyes and pink noses their manes richly woven with ribbons of royal blue were now passing Gorgeous they looked in their new state cloths of royal blue velvet with rich fringes of bullion the leather work red moroco above and blue iiu rocco beneath glit tering every here with the royal arms The carriage in which her majesty rode now came abreast It proved to be a carriage with u ligiit running body built about a quarter of a century ago and of which her majesty is known to be very fond The body was dark claret lined with vetmillion the mold ings outlined with beads of brass Be side her majesty rode the Princess of Wales opposite ber majesty Princess Christian At Itar At Templebar the royal procession was met by tho lord mayor and tlie city officials The Vercye Good Bye Sword known as Queen Elizabeths pearl sword presented tothe corporation by iht maideii queen ut the opening of the royal exchange A D 1570 was earned by the lord mayor The sword is 3 feet u line Damascus Absolutely Pure Celebrated for itogreM leavening strength sud healthnunew Awrarw the food alum mud all forms of adulteration common bo the cheap brands BOYAL BAK1M FOWDEB CO YORK ces of tue eiithedral were heard chanting O Lord save the queen to which the great choir in 8r wondrous volume of harmonious sound responded and mercifully hear us when we call upon The bishop of London in full canonicals then read a short collect after which as her majesty sat with bowed hwad the arch bishop of Canterbury announced tho benediction Thou amidst the further ringing of bells the national anthem was sung and the queen drove on into other scenes RETURN TO BUCKINGHAM Grrnt of With out As her majesty enteredtho giites of palace at 2 oclock it distamTgun in Hyde Park announced to so much of the world as was not before the gates that the great procossjoii was over The event so long prepared had passed history Tho sound of the royal salute anawereiVstill by cheering as if the1 loyal subjects who hud came to cheer had noiryet satisfied their ambition and thehthe crowd faded away as it came queen rwiclied the palace on her return from the procession pi m She was much pleased and smiling and wos notover fatigued Thd affair passed off without a hitch SEN ATlT EXCITED Lively Time in the Upper House Over the Wool Bate on First Class Wools Re UuceJ From Eleven to Ten Cents Carter ofMontana and Foraker of Ohio Make Charges of Bad Faith 1lalit Closeil SCKAXTOX Pa June works of the Liickawauna Iron and Steel company was forced to close down last night and about 2500 men are out employment because of a dispute over a reduction in wages Vounil 5nlltv OMAHA June 22The jury in the casoofJ S Bartley the extreasurer charged with embezzlement returned a verdict of guilty Want Home Stone lined ST Pvix Tune meeting of the different labor unions of Minneapolis and St Paul will be held at St Paul Thursday evening to discuss matters pertaining to the labor and stone for the new state capitol The speakers willbe Senator Stevens W Erwin R Me Ginnis P Geraghty John Swift T Ward M Murry Harry Franklin K and others blade On the arrivalof the ineun tlie lord mayor uncovered Approaching tlie carriage of her majesty bis lonishsp with all due obeisance presented he hut of the citys pearl sword which was iui drawn This was the ancient ceremony of dutiful submission The queen lightly touched it jjijis returning it to the lord WASHINGTON June woof schedule was taken up in the senate The first contest came tm a motion to reduce the rate on first class wools from 11 to 10 cents a pound It carried by 55 to 13 The announcement of the result was followed by a mild scsisutiou on theBe pnblicau side Mr Carter of Montana said the vote disclosed a purpose to re duce the wool rates and t served notice that a day of reckoning would come when the combimition would hearmonr about the matter He suggested a post ponement of the wool rates MrForakerof Ohio vehemently re enforced Mr Carters remarks and anj nonnced that unless the agreement that he supposed had been reachedon wool was respected every senator must acte for himself Mr Allison endeavored to smooth matters but later siderably excited and announced bis deteruiiuation not to be fMven Afteir Above represents the official Medal awarded Dr Cream Baking Powder by Worlds Columbian Exposition Chicago 93 The fame achieved at all the Great Fairs rests solely on its merits as the strongest purest and best of all the baking powders and truly stamps Dr Prices as The foremost brtlif powiir la all the world and blue and gold wliite and yellow shining cuiiasses and lielmcts plumes and tassels furs ami Pll silver spangled clitlis lmllin ein broideriesand accoutrennnis splcsndicl trappings for horses and trappings for men sashis and crosses ami medalsmedals for the Crimean ludiau Seringttpataui theNileAshanti Afghanistan Chitnil China and dozens of othersand hero and there thefinest of thm all the tru est and most highly the world show the Victoriacvs deatlideal iiig weapons swords and rrvolvers car bines and cutlasses battns oi artil liity men of splendid and horses with rare action fully entend into the spirit and mranini allrwie fondly carried colors 1r viih tiveso men would dieand V v all tho rich strains of that music fnw loved to sight was on n tirtlublood as only soldiers have stinvd i dawn of time But th w and companies were lit rally cms to mention except as a bnlliant whole It Reemecl like nothing so inncli as some streajmuofiuruished feLl 19V ing between dark banks of human be ings gathered to witnos its passage to a land of light The mayor iu token t ha tins submission vras graciously accepted y his sovereign Her majesty then commanded the lord mayor and sheriffs to proceed and the procession St Pauls amid roars of cheers that seemedin he narrow streets to be echoed and re echoed IX SHADOW OF ST PAULS Kiul tin Koulc Tlie great bells of St Pauls broke out in happy chorus as the queens carriage started from Temple Bar nTid only ceased as her majestys carriage stopped in front of the steps of the great cathe dral On the platform awaiting her wero the Archbishop of Canterbury the lord bishop of London the bishops of Msirlborougb and Stepney the Vory Rev Dean Gregory and clergy of St Pauls In tlie surrounded digni taries were leading representatives of all the faiths in The who had issued from tlie great west door asthc ap altar now began the simplo service Te Dcnm by Dr Martin organist of St Pauls compose for the occasion was sung As the died proceeded to show that entirely new features had been proposed on the wool schedule which senators had not an op portunity to examine Mr Quay came to inquire as to nature of tho alleged agreement was informed by Mr Forakertl he Quay was present he ought td know v After considerable further Mr Allison proposed an requiring swuml wool of the third to pay three tyncs the duty of unscourect j woolof that class Thiswaswhat Foiukir alswanted and the amend ment was curriod v Shiniglml now of Minnesota has been appointetE consul general at Sbimgbai and II Shoujp of Idalio niarslial for the Dis trict of Alaska Imtiiin V M AJH VAJXKV Minn June 22 Tho Indian branch oftbo Yftixng Men Christian Aswxiation of theNorthwest goes into camp this week at a resort onthe sboresofBig Stone eight miles south of this city delegatesfrom various in the Dukotas and MouUUM will tafc there   

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