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Bakersfield Morning Echo (Newspaper) - February 14, 1902, Bakersfield, California The debate will soon end formal culls on major Generoli Brooke commanding the department of the cast and on the mayor of new York at the City Lirt i. Tie rear Admiral was in full Vole shortly on philippine Hill lie House favors election of senators by direct vote by tie associated i Washington february 13.�?while no definite agreement has been reached the vote on the philippine Tariff Bill in the Senate seems to be in sight. It appears Likely judging from the discussion of the. Subject late in the Day s session that the vote May be had next week although the matter yet is involved in some uncertainty. Senator Teller of Colorado concluded his speech today. He urged strongly that Tho filipinos be Given the fullest possible of self government the United states simply maintaining a protectorate Over Tho islands. Senator Mitchell of Oregon delivered a carefully prepared speech to support his amendment to reduce the Tariff duties upon the philippine products coming in it to this country to 50 per cent of the Dingley rates maintaining that Congress owed this Concession to the Pacific coast , As Well As to the Philippines themselves. The Phili Pijie Bill will not be considered tomorrow or monday the Senate having made special orders for both of these Days. Election of senators direct. A vote. Wash Angton february House today unanimously adopted a Reso Julian Quot Iro poning nil Iii mud input to the Constitution of the United Stales for the election of senator by direct popular vote. There was no demand for Lime to debate the Resolution. This in the fourth time die House has adopted a similar Resolution. A two Bills of general importance were passed by the House today the remainder of the time being devoted to minor business. One was a Senate Bill to provide for the payment of claims of Confederate of Hiers and soldiers whose horses Side arms and Lia Grago. Were taken from them by Union soldiers contrary to the terms of the surrender of generals Lee and Johnston s a armies. The amount to be paid under the Bill was limited to $30,000. The other Bill was to Confer on the Spanish claims commission authority to Send for persons and papers and punish for contempt. Representative Corliss who is the author of the Bill for a government Cable from san Francisco to Manila delivered a speech in opposition to laying such a Cable by a private corporation. Will take up Revenue Hill. Washington february leaders of the House have made it known that the forthcoming special Rule for Tho consideration of the War Revenue reduction Bill will provide for the taking up of the measure next monday with two Days for debate and a. Vote on tuesday at 4 or 5 o clock. Phe understanding also is that the Rule will provide against and against a motion to re Illinois Gem of the Ocean. By the associated press. New York february 13.�?the battleship Illinois which yesterday dropped Anchor off Tompkinsville after her final trial run from Newport news to new York has proved herself the Queen of the Navy. In every test she surpassed the Alabama the Oregon and even Lier sister ship the Kearsarge. The tests were rigorous and. Demonstrated her officers say her superiority Over the other vessels of her class which the country boast. Her maintained Speed was 15.75 knots. Counting dead am injured the result of a Lien Suehy Balde five men were perforated try Well directed shots the Anglo japanese treaty by the associated press London i a Druary 13.�?the parliamentary Secretary of foreign affairs lord Cranborne replying in the. House of commons today to Henry Norman Liberal who asked whether the Anglo japanese treaty Alliance was communicated to the United states government before its text was published arid if so whether Tho government. Of the United slates expressed its opinion thereon said the substance of the agreement was communicated to the United states before publication. The United states did not express any opinion on the subject. The substance of the agreement lord Cranborne said was also communicated to Germany. To fight Saloon keepers. By the associated press new York february i tacit understanding has been reached Between official and Semi official bodies in this City to Light the so talled Raines hotels. This statement is made by the Rev. Park Liu St. Who save a plan has Ficen arranged whereby the state exercise Board District attorney s men City police the society for prevention of crime and the society for the suppression of vice Are to work together to this end. Rev. Or. Parkhurst said tonight that the concerted movement had nothing to do with sunday Selling at present but to move against Saloon copers who either flagrantly violate the Raines Law or disregard Many of its provisions. By the associated press Middlesboro Kentucky february 13.�?the precise number of the dead As the result of the Battle at Turner s Quot Quarter House Quot Saloon yesterday at Gunset is now believed to be five although there Are still reports that ten men were killed. The known dead arc Charles Cecil the Middlesboro Deputy sheriff who was killed at the opening of the fight Mike Welch who was tumor s lieutenant Frank Johnson Turner s barkeeper Perry Watson and Jeff Prader. The last four men were buried this afternoon in the same grave at the old Turner burying ground. Lee Turner proprietor of the fortress and Saloon which were burned bought each a handsome casket. The men were his staunchest allies. John Doyle the town Man who was thought to have been mortally wounded probably will recover. Tom Hopper the old Man who was with Turner s band was shot three times but succeeded in reaching his Home alive. Lee Turner is now at the mine. He intends to rebuild his Saloon and fort and says he will remain if he has to keep a standing army of 500 mountaineers within his Palisade. Vessel ashore a in Crew saved opened for Frallic. Tbs the associated press Santa Quot fun new Mexico. February 13. A the through trains were run today Over the 101 paso and southwestern Railroad Between Deining new Mexico and Bisbee Arizona. The Road was built by Phelps. Dodge a a. Co. To carry fuel and Ore to the Phelps Dodge smelters at Clifton. Bisbee and Nacos Arizona. The Road is 125 Miles Long. A a by the associated press Eureka february 13.�?broken of Bow and shattered of Hull the Schooner Occidental lies wrecked on the Beach at Point Gorda. She was driven ashore in a. Heavy Southeast Gale in the darkness and fog sunday morning. Her officers and Crew a �1110111 the loss of a single life wearied and exhausted finally reached the Shore and proceeded to Petrolia. From which place Captain John Luberg by Telephone told the Story of the wreck. The president s son Retter wireless telephony by the associated press parts february 13.�?minister of Marine de lanes san has witnessed experiments in wireless telephony with an apparatus invented by lieutenant Gaillard and an electrician named Dueretta. Although the transmitter was not connected with the Mcciver except by Earth the Bell sounded and a conversation was carried on at a distance of 50 meters. Princess paid judgment. Amendment it commit. The latter step is a wide departure from the procedure observed heretofore. Him och Eig tit hours. _ Washington. February j by the Assoc aloud prcss.1 superintendent Johnson of the us Lyle ca1>j. To in. February 13.�?princess hem steel company sex Secretary of the i i the judgment for �1150 Navy Herbert and several others repro 0i, against her on october 12th by setting the huge concerns doing work for j Thomas Louvy. Merchant of this City for Tho government. Were before the House j Niomy a diva need on a note for �2000, commit tee on labor in opposition j so i 1 "t0 slim b he to horse let by Cecil to a Hill limiting to eight hours service Rhodes. But which Tho latter repudiated those employed on work for the United states. Counsel for the Union Iron works of san Francisco also appeared in the. Opposition. Germans return Call. Novel method of education. By the associated i Ress new York. February 13.�?rear Admiral von Baudissin. Commit under of the Gorman Imperial Vasht Llorenz Olleva accompanied by his chief of stall. Lieutenant frit. Rebr Lisburg and k. Lieut in the German Consul general of this City returned today the official culls made yesterday afternoon. The first visit was made to rear Admiral Barker commandant of Tho Navy Yards. This was followed by five the associated press new York. February 13. A Republican newspaper controlled by american will be established at Manila according to the Herald. At present there is a american newspaper in the islands the daily american having been sold recently to an English Syndicate. It is probable that one or two pages of the newspaper will be printed in tagalog present plans arc to have this department edited by some Well known educator and it will consist largely of lesions in american history. By the associated press Groton Massachusetts february 13. A the most eventful Day at Groton school since Theodore Roosevelt jr., became ill closed with the departure of president Roosevelt for Washington late this afternoon. Before that the president in his homely phrase said Quot Ted has improved with such rapid jumps that i am sure he is out of the Woods Quot which told the world of a Load lifted from his mind. In the course of the afternoon and evening the passenger Coachi Ami private car Quot Columbia Quot which has comprised the train to bring president Loosevelt to Groton reached the station hero ready for a return journey. It was scheduled to leave at 4 30 o clock. The president was driven to the station ill the private Carriage of l r. 1 Enbody the head of the Groton school who accompanied him. A crowd had gathered about the ears and in the waiting room to Greet the great chief magistrate and As he passed to his car he was cheered. His response was a smile and repeated bows. A few moments after the president entered the Columbia the train pulled out promptly on time. Creat amp 15,000 Yards Brand new embroideries go on Sale for half their value they were bought away under their regular Price it s the Redlick Way to give Thek customers the Benefit of All their Snappy purchases. 12 1-2c White Lawn 9c Victoria Lawn 40 inches wide Tine and sheer even threads new goods just opened our Best-12yse Grade special .9c cd 15c India Linen Loc this is our Best 15c Grade As Good As any you will find at 20c elsewhere smooth threads handsome finished cloth. Special .10cjl 10c embroidery 5c 5000 Yards Fine Cambric embroidery edging widths up Quot to 4 inches open and closed patterns every scallops Cut out and ready for use Over one Quot Hundred different patterns to choose from these would have to sell at 10c a Yard if bought in the Ordinary Way on Sale while they last 5c Yard. 10c White Muslin 7o full 30 inches wide medium weight especially Good for underwear a splendid 10c value. A special. ,7c cd 17c Long Gloth 121-2 genuine Engliski Long cloth manufactured especially for ladies children s and infant s Wear its soft without dres. Ing compare it. With any around town for 20cspecial. 12yacyd 15c embroidery 9c 6000 Yards Cambric embroidery very wide Strong edges handsome designs some of the latest Novelty embroideries Are included in this lot. These Are suitable for underwear trimming same elaborate enough for trimming of White petticoats Many patterns to select from�?011 Sale while they last 9c cd 20c embroidery 12c a great Many of the styles in this lot Are being shown around town at 25c Yard although our regular Price it on these would be but 20c. There is just 4000 Yards in this assortment comprising of nearly every new idea designed in embroidery for springy 1902�?nearly 75 different patterns. On Sale while they last 12c Yard it $1.73 White waists $1.25 Spry not styles 1 02 made of White persian Lawn set in with four rows lace insertion also tucked Down front tucked Back latest sleeves newest culls adjustable Collar sizes 32 to 42. Special .$1.25 $10 silk skirts $7.95 new goods ladies silk dress skirts of Fine Swiss taffeta very latest Cut trimmed with 3 rows Rich Black silk applique 9 rows cording per Aliue lined velvet bound perfect hanging bought to sell Lor $10.00, Sale Price $7.95. $4.50 silk waists $2.98 new goods they have Jusic arrived made of soft taffeta silk prettily lucked latest sleeves newest cuffs fitted linings All the pastel shades these were bought to sell for $1.50. Special. $2.08 sole agents for the famous walk Over shoes for men the Best $3.50 shoe on Earth. Sole agents for the Standard patterns March fashion sheets now in a a 4 news notes. A a a 4&Quot a by the associated press Joseph in discussing the South african War said yesterday the object is to establish beyond question British authority. A dispatch from lord Kitchener says that Tho Boers have succeeded in breaking out of a net which he had set for them. Warrants have been issued for princes Lutfullah and Sab Addinki constantinople charging them with an attempt to overthrow the Sultan. A dispatch from Panama says that the insurgent ship Padella succeeded for one hour ill withstanding the bombardment of the colombian government Fleet at the end of which time she retired to a place of safety. 4, Juji. .injnjnininin$n.4�.fr a fraternal Friendship. a Quot a a it �?�$><$,<f>4&Quot it it in on saturday february 22d, a number of Baker Fiehl members of the masonic order will go to Visalia to be initiated As members of islam Temple of sail Francisco Mystic shrine who will travel to the seat of government in our neighbouring county in a special train. Big preparations Are being made for the event and a goodly number of candidates will Cross the Sands on the night of initiation. A a of mrs. No Iii. K. Kane was elected Hist monday night As representative of the local to the grand Lodge of Tho degree of Honor which convenes in sail Francisco april 2d. Mrs. Ida Stroin was elected chief of Honor at the same Randsburg Miner. Camp Woodmen of the world will give their annual Ball and the choppers Are making preparations for the event. A a it 4� Kern company uniform rank knights of pythias has received notice that the company will be officially inspected some night next week. The company will meet for Drill tonight. A a a or. S. C. Long and Myron Holmes were initiated into Tho order of Good tempi is last night the Lodge is giving prizes for those bringing in the largest number of new members and some of the members Are excellent workers. Tin Lodge is averaging an increase of about three a week and is an excellent Socia order. After the business of the evening those present joined in playing Quot Ruth ant Jacob Quot and Quot Adam and live Quot and of Lii he died suddenly. Will investigate spiritualism. On next Friday evening. Bakers Iehl games. In Alabama wage earners const Tui 2. Per cent of the population. Advertise in the want column. It pays. Fly the associated press . February 13.�?limperor William s i i ent. Conversations concerning Christian science and spiritualism seem about to Bear fruit. The police authorities Here on the emperor s orders will undertake an investigation of Quot Udd ism Quot and secure material for Public warning in the matter. A pass dispatch from Quincy this state says that George p. Cornell a prominent mining Man of Plumas county who arrived from Oroville tuesday afternoon died while sitting in the hotel. He complained of a pain Over the heart. Going to the Wash room he fell on the floor and died in a few my utes. I the dec cased was the father of or. Cornell who was shot in the Midway District trouble in april of last year. Advertise in the want column. It pays. Plenty and attractive Are the. Distinguishing features of our store. We always carry the Best. No danger but what you can find what you want and at the right prices and full measure of value. Sterling Silver salad sets butter knives sugar shells Pic knives Tea and Coffee Spoona. Rich Cut Glass. A. H. Grenell Jewele i4o6--i9th St

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