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r.^z^.f-'i'i-f'?'; >::xts::s3e:3 rH' I ,;¦ f>' l^a^^att -x. mtmauta ouptxsee. fivir ckfctm =s;= A FAMILT MKWaPAPBB OF LOCAL AND GBNBKAL INTKLLIHBNCB. TItHI: SLM TIAUT I« ABTAMB VOL. VII. FREEPORT, N. Y., FRIDAY, elUNE 6, 1902. NO. 32. IN^ t ewsand Opinions OP National Importance ^ILOISTBS CONTAINS BOTH billy, by nail • |6ayear M^ Md UfA&j, by m'l $8 a yeai The Sunday Sun ia ea iHiHH Saad^ BaBa^ifar lattaBMM ie. I Mpy. By aail. $2 a year PATENT^ €¦;. U' E. A. Dorlon BONDED AUCTIONEEK Frofpt.rt. N. T. Benjamin D. Homan BUILDLH oiuPraiiand operliiteDded Eatlaiaua Faralshcd BCnOEN PLACC. racceeav. t. i. HENRY H. HAM/nOND, Tonsorial Artist, Main St., i!.„^o'n'H'„V Freeporl.L.I. HalrCutllnir, fin.Trlng. miampoolDg- Krerialaltcnlio.n la Clilldrra'a UalrCatUng. 017R THP. MEW TARBgn A CALL. Longenecker Bros. DENTISTS 669 Fulton Street, Brooklyn at FREEPOIIT, IIBBV I HETWtRD lUllDIRO Opp. Dtipot. nn AVcdaesilaya and Fridayi (ri'iii »a. m tn t p. lu. Wa. li. Lo.tcKirst Km, 11. D. t?.. Manasrr i WWeW EDITION ttmm PUtBS ThFBMShOUt aS#eOO New > Words fhvaaae bbI DoflBMoBa FMvard aadct the dteaet auper- -.JMMofW.T. lfARIUB,Pb.D..LL.D., Vaital Blatea Coremlaalanar of Bdu- taliaB. aaalaieJ by a larga corpa of ¦^ ItMll apaclalikta aad wUion. »ilal.».,H|.ft,^JgM raaaa a.#CM«n<lMBC«. r«Mlahaea «M^ ¦iwtolfUM * JtoaiT MRS. WARING, ForniGrly of >Vaiil0v'1i. where sbe baa been do¬ ln* liiisiuwis fur 111', laat eight rears, has OFISKKUVA BTOItK all Iho Gor. of Pine and Grove Sts., with a fnll sloctc of School 8iipplln. Slatloa- ory, Cnfeeliiiii'rr. Uoae Ilnlla, Uata, Paper Kaplilii., Toolhlilrkii, Cc. Almi a full stoclt llf thn rioMt a«siira antl 'rubacou. 8bii has aison .« Fine Ice Cream Parlor. which will lie •ipt.ned lu tbf piiblle aa aoon as the Mnaon litirliilts. Kr C'luhn. tHinrches. Partlna, »ic , oan bu auppi'rd at the shortest noiice—cTtirythluB at Ibt, lutvc.t poMiblo price I r ' John P. Wright OBNBRAL AUCTIONEER rraeyarl, M, X SERMONS oftho REV. DR. NEWELL DWIGHT HILLIS •uctMisstir to Hnnry Ward Botxjhtir, of i'ly montli Church, and CARDINAL GIBBONS of Boltimoro, Mil., aro ]mbli8hf!il iii the Monday Edition of tho Brooklyn Eagle 3 Solid Ptfctt at Stenographic Sermon Reports IHE SUBSCRIPTION PRICE PER TEAR IS $1.50 SAMPLES ON REQUEST ^ADVERTISING ni— I THIS PAPER SURE T9 BRMQ RESULTS. Th» 4i^ly Way lo Attraci frarie Is to Mako Known Wha< You Havs to Offor. THE LIBERAL ADVERnSES IS THE sj: CfSSflll Mfa^H<HT mKs.— THECRE/IT TOMCLAX/mYE U ya« haiea aaar aMBMcl^ laillgaailoa, bOlwiineee, conetipetion, bati fcfaath, illMiBaea, laaallci Uvar, iMartbam, kidaey troublea, bacliacbe, loas at ^patila, JBaniBBl^ laak of aaargy, bad Mood, blotcbed er mutlily akin. I aa< dlaaidew whick UU Iha aieey of bad bowcle and an ataaa. faTBlmlB Will Core YoQ.y tt will alaaa eat tha bowcle, etimulate the Uver and kldDcya, atreiicthcn IkM aMMBBB BMabcaaaa at tha atomach, purify your blood and put jrou aoB yaar fMt** agalB, Taar appetite wilt return, your botvcla move regu¬ late, yaar Ueer aitd ihlncjra aeaaa to trauble you, your akin irill clear and feaahaa aad yoa win fed tka old tiota eneriy and buoyancy. HsMwta acaklac tka reaper BMdkilas tu (Iva thrlr liltl<> ones for ransUpatlon. dMnhaa, calle aad alaUlar Iroaklaa. wtll aatl Laiakulaan lilesi innllrlar fnr chllttn-n. it kssfa Ibair he«alalacalar wllkmt pala or rrlpiiu, a,'i« MarrtM-rai tonlr. a.al.i^ aetata. aMa diaaallta. lahavas risHif.., rlnata Um tHsitttt taiinuo, rMlucaa frvsr. iawiiiillte>IBi.iiiBtalilaiB ¦¦la.itiiltiai illliin ll iiii iff <^hiUrm nar « aad aak >r tt. ttmAdmUammAlhataam «B,>i.lo« l.mly n,o«4«>, bui lli« n'.»< r..>,H'n<i< al. tn<i'« MaasraoaNMaaat^ilaaaUM aa4 l.kik. ud 11 «u orv.. BK '• t*r Ai dri«aiii. Vmll.', lm: aP^W. oB aapmm I. aav mtttam am ,w«at el mc I. mmw. ,-t iwu Mtt, aII tlMt|<. rtciuid, a Gia raa% tu. Wub .1 La..k.l.. .^k«u t. Uu I.. . 1,.^ tU.. li ANY HEAD NOISES? AU. CASES OF DEAPMESS OR HARD HEARING ARE NOW CURABLE by aar bib totatiuB, Oaly thoae bata deaf are iBConblc. KAD NOBEB DEASE IMMEOUTELY. P. A. WMIftS, mf ¦ALTIMOVC SAYSi BaLmrtaa. M4.. March .«. moi. BkaatsMB .• <-BtlBt aaUralr cand af daaraaaa. Ihaakaeo r«ar ticatatcal, I aUI a<i« (tr. J I MbIo9 af ate tear to ht imi il al i nai iliat ii lina ahaia<*Cjrtan aBnBnril(McaihccaalaBac.aadthitk*|iteagct>lac«erac. aaul 11 ** 1 S'fif a III a UmStmptlml t INfiMCHEIMBELFATMIIE -'-SST ,aiMWUMm*n,nwmyKL ^ CHARLES LEMKER, Proprietor Tnes, Shnbs, Rtn ETergnens npmr/itinn« Birdy Roses, Choice Cat Flowers' ^^*'"* «i«""=» Deslgis ud Potted Plants for and runerals MAIN STREET. FREEPORT. L. I. Greenhouse... Plants Law ky euan- tity. Fulldi- rootiona arill bo fawttH In aur prlae liat foe planting and oaring fortrooa. This prioo Mat la frsa Ra Pa JEFFREY & SON TREES. SHRUBS AND HOTHOUSE PLANTS In (root numbere and varlaliee, true la nama and dug 'roah from the ground, and dolivorod In a ahort timo'in molat eonditlon BELLMORE, L. I. The Freeport\Bank Capital $30,000 MAIN STRECT,^ FREEPORT JOHN J. RANDALL. lYpnidont f'llAr.VPKV T. SI'RAGUg. VlcfPrfw- WILUAM .S. HALL. CMhltT Board iof DIraetora .lohn .1. lUmUll AiiKUNt inimiR Kmit CiiX WllllMmf}. Miller Wiljhni K. «4«iIf|tT I> WrHh-y Pinn WnllH R H <;nrnwrll l)ani«'I H. Raynor <'liAl»r».yT.S|.rHKUcrn|»'H IVttit (.'liAiinr L. Wallaeo Harvry H, Smllh Wilrlet* 8. Mall DettrKi- M. tUudall ilam Edvar Jacktr-ri Op«n, except Iptral hnMda>-n. fmmO a.m. , to 3 t>m- Offers farllllii* and induce- ¦ iiientflfn every departmenteiiiial to thoae ^ ori.lth.»r (he Nt'w York nr lirooklyn Banka or Trupt Ci'UipnnteM. and f very acfomiiio- dattoii ai>! far ax Is i-ouslstent with coo- Mervative inanairemeni. Intereat at the rate of ^1 iwr cent, paid iin time d^iKMlle. thrcii inonths or mure. Praftn inaued on all parl« of Europe. L>oe« a Keneral hajikluK huBiniwi. Arcniinta of f-nrporatlona, rompanleti, BOcietieB, etc., nolicitetl. Kntire natiHf&<Ttioti guaranteed. Innuirifa will rtv^tive prompt attention and U'ihet>rfully*i - ' men-d. Baitit of... IRochvillc Centre Villa0e Bvenue Kochvllle Centre, X. f. HIRAM R. SNITH, Preside*! THOMAS 6. KIIIGHT, Vioc-Praildaal BERCEN T, RAYMOR, Cithisr JSoard Ot Ditcctora iJmrKsW. nnvisim Tliiiiiiss U. Kniuht .lohn Vinrpnt Hlrsm II. Smitli Ulfiitwiirthll Comlws Wtmify a Sinilh Austin Jaynt^ Charltw L. Wallaf!« ('harles W. Hayes Austin Ctirnwell Arrender Sinitli John T. OaviMin John W. DeMntt Ilamllinn W. IVarsail KtlwartI T. Thurslnn We llo a Gpntirai HnnitinK Huniiiiiiui of IltiptH It ami Iliwimnl. Inli'ri'Ml I'Hi,I nn SpecM [Vpiwtls. llrarisltwuetl un Kniclanil and IhnConllnent. Ynur rMniniw,' S<ilirll,«l. KanliinK lloursi U a. u. In .1 p. a.; Itetur- flay, II A. M. tn l:t M. IllKoiint Daym Tunstlaysand Fridays, BAH. BUY THE ALWAYS Reliable Wtrirctat 8II-SIS Fallaa SI. ¦roeklia [^(1 LJ U n lA Pvn kN Lm Inquire e^ C. I. WAUACE. I. DA SUVA, UBBY A HEYWARD, J. DORLON h<Ak<^\k^lk<^.k^lki^[k<^\ki^lkMk C. PEASELL of Freeport is nnw- ready lo furnlah you with thn Best Cooking 5tovc ^Stove&, Ranges, ;^ ^1 Housefurnisliing g" 4; Goods.... g ,^ Oil and oftlie I. ,~LAURA or any other kind. c. peasell a son Undertakers and Embalmers Toloaheno Cali, lOa 'k ',k 'k i«* iGasolene Stoves tl (f Mk ^V& ^^itf^it^Vis? =*'!(? ti^ ',k _ ^l** 18'^i'^ t'f^^ii^tif^tW^i'i^'iW'i'iSftif This Mantelee. in Oak, Gloaa Finiah $15 Oak Cabinat Mantela from $12 up ^^3i_^^j^-^ MANTEL & FIREPLACE FITTINGS .'.r.-. . TV -; -.-fTp'jjS^iPVpv of all kinils, .it rity iiricrs BATHROOIMS AND VESTIBULES TILED ORNAMENTAL CENTERS ANO BRACKETS D. MORRISON Show Rooms Crove Street, Freeport PHILIPPINE BILL PASSEO The Measure Provides Form ol Gov¬ ernment For the Islands, THE FINAL VOTE IS 48 TO 30 MrLanHnol Sonth Carallaa Sliie. With th. Republlcana«*Htiar. Maaon and Well. Infflon Vote Wllh Ihe l>einocrata.» Seren Weeka of Debate—Hill Uoea lo the Honae—Im Proviaiona. Wasliington, D, C—Tlip Sfiinto, nftci iirnrl.v ii-vt-ii wcek8 oT ticliate, bat imsst'il tlic bill provitling a tempornry fnrui of t'lvll govi'rmnenl for tlic Plill- i|i|iiiic Ixlnntls. Tbc vote ou Its pna- sago wflK AS to 3tl, wblcii was atrictlj llll pnrt.v r.iics, except that Mr. McLaii- rin, of Soutli Carolinn, votetl with thr llopulillfuna 111 the olllrniatlve, autl Mcgsrs. Hoar.of MasBnchuaetts; Mnsou, of IllinoiK. nntl, Wellington, of Mary, liiutl, with the Ueiuut'ratH In the uega- tlvc. .Mr. Hnlf, of Mnlne, who aupport. ctl souic of the nmciitluieuta pi'0|>oiictl liy the Ueiuooruts, wua puirctl iu fnvor Ul thc hill, flml Mr. Mnrsnn, of Ala- linuin, who dellveretl a strong speech In supiiart of thc exlsllug iwllcy townnl the Philippines, was reetirtletl against thc measure on tbe flnal vote. All tbe anientliuenls proposeil liy Ihc Philippine t'oniulttee were atlopteil without illvislon. while tbe minority nnieniluients nntl -Bubstitute were re- Jcctetl by substnntlnlly pnrty votes, ex¬ cept the ninentliuent of .Senator tjuay. of I'cnn.sylvunia. to make tbe rate of July on niercbantllse from the Phlllp¬ plnea fifty tier cent, of the tarlll from other couutrles. Insteat] of seveuty-flve per cent, iis now In force. On Ihis nnicniluicnt Ibe alHnnatlve vote wus cnat by six Kepuhlirans antl thirteen iJcmocrnlB. The bill now goes to tbe House. The Philippine Government bill, ns passetl by the Sennte. npproves the nc¬ tlon of the Presiileut In crentiug tbe I'bill|ipiue Couimlsslou untl thc otllcvs uf Civil liovernor and VIcc-tjovernor of the Islnnds, and authorizes the Oov¬ ernor and \'lce-Uoveruor to exercise thfi iwwers of goverument as directed by executive order. Future appolut- uients of the Uovernor or Vlce-tJoveru- iir shall be made by the President wllb tile udvicc nnd consent of the Senate. The 'bill of rIghtB" of tbe Uuited States CousllluiloD are applied to tb-,' I'lilllpplne Islands, with Ihe exception of the right to bear arms and the right to a trial by Jury, All the Inhabitants of the Plillipplne Islands nre deeuicd to be citizens of tlK> Philippine Islands, and entitled to the protection of the I'nited States. When tbe lURurrertlon In the Islauils Hliai; 'i.tve been subdued a careful cen- KUH of thl Islauda shall bc taken, and nfter such cenaua tbe tiovernor ot tbe Islnnds shnll mnke a full report to the Presideut. and make retMimmendatlon as to future government. Meantime the Philippine Commission Is authorized to establisb municipal nnd provlnclnl governments with jiopulnr reprcseutntlve goTernment. so far and as fast as the commuultlea are capa¬ ble and flt for the same, tbe Philippine Commission being authorized to deter¬ mine the tiunlillcallons nf the electors. The President Is authorized to regulnrc lllc commercial Intercourse with the Archlpelngo In tbe Interest of the gen¬ eral welfare. The Philippine Commission Is nulhor¬ lzed to acquliv the friara' lands, and Is I'tiipowcred to Issne bonds to pny for Ihem. These Innds, once acquireil. shall be a pnrt of the domiiln of the l'nlted Stntes. und mny be disposed of lis KUcll. A mint Is to lie estaiiiisiied In Ma¬ nlln, nnd coins nulhorlzed inny lie fiiiiii'il at the nilut, the coinage laws of till- rnlted Stntes being extended to tbo Islunils. The Philippine (iovernnient is uiithorlzcd to coin a silver dollnr. iiiiitululiig 4111 grains of standard sil¬ ver, to be a coin of the Philippine Isl¬ nnds, the tU'uomlnatton of the twin to lip expresseil lu English. Filipino nnd Cliliicsc characters. Silver brought to the .Manila mint sbnll be colnetl for the iicneflt of tbe depositor, tlie mint charge lieing oue cent for ench dollar coined. The ilollnr shnll lie legal tender lu tbe IMiilippliics for public and private ili'liis, cjiicpt where otherwise stipu- iiited. Silver cerllflcates moy be Is¬ sued for deposits of Filipino dollars In sums of 12(1 or more. Otber miuor sub¬ sidiary coins are provided for. CHIME DEDICATED TO M'l^lfcEY. tlcatl rrealilenl'B ra.orlte Hrnana rro< doceil by Iha Bella. I.luiiiln. .Neb. -.V chime of ten bells lias been iledlcated to the memory of Wllllaiu .Mclvluley iu this city. They lire [liut'cd lu tbe spire of the largest l'hurch iu Ibe city, St. Paul's Mctbo llist. They wcit iletllcated with Impressive .Mitli'i's. After a sacivd concert from the bells -McKlnley's favorite bymns, ¦l.cnil. Kindly Light," and ".Nearer. My Iillll, to Thee." wrre played during thc I'Vcllillg. To richt the Ship Cotablne. Till' l.iiniluu pn|H>rH give proiiiinent'i lu llic Iutentiou of the Cunnnl Steaiu . -lii|i Ciiniimny to initiate a British torn iiiiiatioii iviiii'h may have tbc approval Hi thc (iuvcruiiient. It Is stulcd thai scvi'ial uu'uili.'is of the Culiluet ar, iiiliresttd in tiie scbeme aud thul thi IMiOi'it is lik.'ly to be of a IkiUI am: ¦,i);Mnilc character. (ubun Mlnl.t.r lo Ihe t'nlled Kittle.. j^iiiiii tjiivkuilti bus bi'i'ii conllriui'ii l.v ilic fuiMiii Senate nis Miulsler to tbc *> iiitid .''inii's Carrie Nalloit Keleaaed From Jail. .Mi'> Carrie Nulion, whu tvus sen Iciir.'tl lo thc Couuty Jnil nt Shut^uec, l\aii., the ulher duy. for oue luoutb nud lu |iay u tint' uf i^lUii at the rate uf f 1 a iluy, tor siunsblug saloon fixtures, bas lif.n jiuriloued by liuveruur Stanley. IUr liUf wus remitted. Alaaka Volcano Beouinee Active. .Mi'Uiit Hlai'kburu, iu Suutbeasteri. Alaskn. snihli'uly l,ecame active, and 1 ten niluutvs' eruption covered tlic ariij fur miles arouud with vuK-niiii lust aud biiwlilirs. Meway Uleaainca A light vlKible thirty miles will be ,iui uu the diiudcd Iluttcrns shoals. .Vll autuiuulille stage Hue tvill shortly lii'i^iii uiicrnllitns belween Uedkey aud IMiiikii'k, lud Ttvu hundnd furnii ure manufac- luiirs httvu furuK'd a pool at Chicago ,11 n'gulalc pri.-ci. I aiiibridg<'>.birc iKiiglaud) fruit ((riiw. ¦ l-t ate iwyiUK cUlldicu u halfpeuuy .ul ctirj tvn»p Iliey i-h pl ure. .Kririuiiiui liaa unit red Itvo IruudaiU -upcriur in fcireugih to tbose receully .irilcrtd by Chile froui Kuglaud. The Supreme Courl uf South Uakuta i.a. Lh'iu culled ujhiu to dcide a nntv .ji'uttiUi; uut uf lhe uwucrahip uf a uu the nuiuiiiit ol Mount Lofty. u,'ar .Vdi'laKle. Suuth .\uairalia, a wbile inuiiulith hits tie«-u erectetl aud uamed ' riludera Column," lu hunur uf the lu- irepid uavigaiur ivhu uamed the peak u ceu Tury ago. The I uitt-d Statee liuvemmeut i. plauuiUK to atKmre the groniHl aud lumh ol William Uenry Uarriatio, at .North Ueu,l, Ohio, overlooking Ibe Ohio Uiver, aud tran^f•¦rm ' Iuto a barlal place. lifCiiiug that ot au «x Prrsldrat -if Ihln couutry. MURDERERS GARROTTEC Four Porto Rioans Put to Death Aft«i Long Lagfsl Fight Pnblic aeatlnaent Mronsir Aealnat the Ex ecniloaa—Haldler* llnllt the Plat rorm OB Which IlM Man Died. San Juan, Porto nico,—Thc four mur dereni. Bernalie .\cevetIo, Jose Torres Ramon Cadeno and .Tuan Torres, wht were convicted of munler. robbery nni, outrnge committed four years ago lu n suburb of Adjuntas. hnve lieen gnr roietl In the Ponee Jnll. tlnly aboui Ihlrty ofUcinI wltiiesHcs tvere present A couvlct murderer nctcl ns execution er. ns no otber iierson couhl be obtalnei,' to Iierform the duty. .\t the gnrrotln? of murderers lnst .renr this snme con vlct acted as eiecutlouer, for whh'h service his term of Imprisonment wns commuted. He will uow lie set at lib erty, and will receive $100 for bls work Thc garrotlug of tbese murtlerers bail been set for May 31, and was to linvt been carried out secretly. It bad to b< poatiMuietl on account of the tremeu tlous sentiment agninst cnpltal puulsh ment. No workman could lie found who woultl build the platform, nuil nu one would sell nails or timber to Iw used In Its construction, tt was flnnlly constructed by soldiers. The four condemned men occujiied tbe corners of the rude plntform. They were brought out sepnrnlely nnd screens were nrrnnged so thnt none ol the murtlerers saw the gnrrotlng of the others. In cncb cnse denth wns prnctlcnlly Inslnntniieous. The men were prononnced dend ns soou ns tbe doctors exnminetl tbem. Notwirfi'atanding tbe fnct Hint all tbc nten admitted their guilt of n terrible bnndlt murder and assault ou 'women. In the last moments prominent ritizens nppenled to the (Jovernor and Supn'inc (Cotirt to suspeutl sentence. From H o'clock until 11 tbe court listened to ar gunients as to the uncoustitutlonnllly of punishing criminals without Indict ment by the (Jrand Jur.v. The point w.ia flnally overruled. Orlglnnlly flve men were convlctetl of these crimes. The (Jovernor. however, commuted the sentence of one to lm prisonment for life. Tbe men were flrst convicted In June. 1000. and the cnse was fought tbrongb nil tbe courts. Tben the press of Porto Rloo started a campaign to hnve the Oovernor pnrdou the men. He re- ferreid tbe enses to tbe .\ttorney-Oeu- eral. wbo affirmed the convictions. SIOCOCO FLOOD AT JOLIET. Three LlTea Ipoat and 100 Famlllea Des¬ titute—CIttndbarst Cauaed It. JoUet. III.—One huiidred families des- titute. tbree lives lost, property dnni- aK<'d ugirrt'sntlng close to ?1(K1.(XX) nnd almost complete sus|>euslon of busiuess are tbe more Imiiortant re¬ sults of tbe flood wblcb swept over Joliet. washing out mllea of railroad track, loundatlug tbe principal streets of the city, and wrecking the homes of scores of millnien wbo resided In the lowlands In the south entl of tbc town. Tbe flood was caused by a cloudburst wblch precipitated over four Inches of rainfall within two bours. caus¬ ing Hickory Creek and Spring Creek to overflow their banks. A vant tor¬ rent of water swept down through the chief streets from tbc cost. The drainage cbannel did not contribute to the flotid water. Thoee who lost tbeir lives lu the flood were: Mabel Kennedy, sixteen yenrs old, daughter of Mr and Mrs. James Keunedy: Edward Mctiovevu, eleven yenrs old. eon of Mr. nnd .Mrs, Felix McOoveril. and I.izxie McOrnth, twenty-two yenrs old. Two Rivers, Wis.—The entire nortji- ern pnrt of Manitowoc ("ounty was un¬ der wnter, caused by n henvy rain¬ storm lusting twenty-four hours. The storm wns undoubtedly tbe worst Hint hns visited Ihe ensteru pnrt of Wiscon¬ sin In severnl years. At Mlsblcott, seven miles north of bere, tbe entire villHi;e was under wnter. which cov ered the principal streets to tbe depth of two ur three feet. The mill tlnm hns goue out. At TIsch Mills three bridges were carried ntvuy. FARMER NAILED TO A TREE. a Baaldenl Ttaa Mejt Rob and Maltreat of Alabama. HuntsvUle, .Via. — Tom Ilarless. a furmer living nenr Berkeley, was ns¬ snulted untl roblied by two uieu and I lien nulled to n tree. He was rescued alive but his hands were badly toru, uml he will uot be utile to wurk for sev erul mouths. Hurk-Hs bad beon pluwliig und was tutllig his dinner at a spring wheu he wus cuiifrunled by two striiuge men with pistols, who robbed blm uf ti nnd then liut'ked hliu ugulust a tree and uuiled hllll there. In this eondltlou the mun remained until dark, wbeu hi wus rescued by a. farm baud. Urowaad Trrlnf ta Sara a Child. Oliver ,M. TIshner, of Princeloii. Iud., wus drowuetl ut liOUg I'ond, ¦ pleaaun I'l'surt, while trying lo save u lllllt' girl. The girl was in a boat with Tish uer, bib six-year-old daughter uud an iilliir lllllll. She It'll uverbuai'il anil TIshner Jumiied Inlu thc wuter utlei her. Both were tiruwueti. Minorllr BeiMrt on Caaala. Tih' miiiurlly members of the Cum mlttee uti lathmian Cnunis of tbe I'ul ted Slates Senate huve |irepareil u re pun iipliusliig lhe views of Ihe mujur ity und shuwing the Imprnctlculiilli} ut tlie Nicnragua ruuti». uu nccouut ot volcanic disturbant'iis. It favors tbc I'uiiutuii route. Indian anvsaelr Killed. .Viliiiu Jui'iilis, a full bltiiMled Cuttu luugus Indian, wus slasbtnl tu deuth with knives lu u tight wliich occurred uu the rcscrtation, neur l.,awtou's Stu tlon, .N. Y. It Is believed several In diuiiH participated iu the murder ul Juculis, and In the fury of their augei cut aud slashttl lilm even after he K'ai tlead. Nu arrests have beeu made. McKlnIrr Poalml Tarda Snon. It id cxiK'i'ted Ihut the ¦.McKiuley" piistnl cnrils will be in thc hnnds of all pu.stuttlces uliuut July 1. Cal|iace nl Ibe Mlala. The muuthly statemeut of the Iiirec tur uf 'be -Miut shows that iu tht month uf .May culuage to the amuunl uf fi.'.h'iiCd^ki WUh exeoutetl ut the miutt of the Lnited Siutes. Of Ihls amouul tl'iu.tkki was iu gultl, tl,»i73.llOU lu kll vei- and fmi.a.'si In nickel and copini pleceH. Of Ihe ailver coinage. fl.Oiai, iSRl WHS iu standard dollars. Aall-Aaarchr BIII In Ihe Honae. ill,' lliiiiM' of lli'preseniallvea. ai W u^hingtuu, has begun tbe luDaldCra tlun uf thl' bill lo protect Presidents, kuown a. tlie .Vnil .Vuarchy bill. Uata bier, indicted bj Ocurea. llfly IWO Uidictuieulii ugulual gauib lira have beva relurued by tbe Orautl Jury Ul El i'uau. Texas, uud IM laun will br fouml. The Mayur haa laauec a prtx'iauialiiiu iinlering all aaluonkre|i CIS tu .us(H.'Ud busliM-M frum uiilulghl cai-b (Saturday uulll midnight ou Huu duy. Cnbna Child Klilnnped aad Killed. A child hua breu kulnaped auti mur thntl iu Cieufuegtw. Cuba. It la auu iLai after Ihe klUoapmg tHuo wa> naked fur lis rauaum. This waa iiaitj uod the kidua(Kin got away. Alter ward llle child was fouutl luurdrrml 'IIY BIGS FUEEDflll" President Roosevelt Delends Our Men io the Philippines. THE CRUELTIES EXAGGERATED Bara the Gnlltr WIII Be Fnnlahetl—Paaca aad Freedom the OhJeet For Wbleli Onr Holdlere Are FlKhllag—Their Vic- tofiea tha Reallr Kffecllea Maaaa ol Pnttinc a Stop to CrnallT. Washington. D. C—Justice for out living soldiers was Pi>>sldcnt Roose¬ velt's theme In his Memorial Day ad¬ dress In Arlington Cemetery, T!ie President referrtnl to the men ncw flgbtlng (Ik< country's battles In the Phlllpplnea as tbe worthy sons and younger brothers of the Civil War vet¬ erans wlio crowdetl to bear him siicak. He said that under the stress of "ter¬ rible provocation from a very cruel and very treacherous enemy" some bad "so fnr forgotten themselves as to counsel and commit In retaliation acts of cru¬ elty." These would be punished, but the President In terms of withering scorn denounced the men who, lieeause of the acts of a (ew black sheep, would blacken the fame of the entire army. 'lecoratlon Day was observed here perhaps more generally than ever be¬ fore. At Arlington, where tbe princi¬ pal exercises were held, n national sa¬ lute was flred at 12 o'clock by United Statea fleld artillery. Music was glveli by the Marine Band and by the Memo¬ rial Choir. Tbe ampbltbcatre wbere tbe serv¬ ices were couducted was crowded to Its utmost capacity. President Roose¬ velt's arrival wng tbe signal for an out¬ burst nf applause, wblcli continued for some time after be had taken bls sent on tbc platform. After the Invocation and music F, B. Hny read Lincoln's Oettysburg nddress. President Roose¬ velt followed. His remarks received thc closest attention and he wns fre¬ quently Intetrnptetl hy bursts of ap¬ plause. Mr. Roosevelt began by saying It was "a gootl cuatom to have certalij sol¬ emn holidays In comniemorallon of onr gt^^otest men and of the greatest crises In our history." referred at length to the splendid servlcea of the meu who saved the Union, and contlnuetl: "Just nt thia moment tbc nrmy of the United Stnles, led by men who Bcrvetl nmong you In the great war, Is carrying to completion n small but pc- ruliurly trying nnd dilflcult wnr in which is Involved not only thc bonor of tbe flng, but the triumph of eivlllintlon over forces which stniid for thc blnck chnos of snvagery nnd barbarism. The task bns not lieen ns difflcult or as Im¬ portnnt ns yours; but, tib, my com¬ rades, the men In the uniform of tbe United States wbo have for tbe last three years patiently and uncomplain¬ ingly cbamplonetl tbe American cause in tbe Philippine Islands nre your younger brothers, yonr sons. Tbey hnve shown tbemselves nnt unworthy of you, nnd tbcy are entitled to tbe support of all men who are proud of what you did. "These younger comrades or youra have fought under terrible dIHicultles, and have received terrible provocation ' from a vcry cruel and rery treacherous enemy. Under tbe strain of theae pro¬ vocations I rierply tleplore to say that aome among them have so far forgot¬ ten tliemselves as to counsel and com¬ mit tn retaliation acts of cruelty. The fact that for every guilty ocl com¬ muted by one of our troops n liundred acta of far greater atrocity have been committed by tbo hostile natives upon our troops or upon tbe peaceable and tpw-ablding natives who are friendly tf> us, cnnnot tie held to excuse nny wrongdoer on our side. Determined and unswerving efTort must bc made and Is being ninde to flnd ont every In¬ stance of barbnrlly on the pnrt of our troops lo punish those guilty of It, anit' to take. If possible, even stronger measures thnn bnve nlrendy been l/iken tt mlulinlze or pivvent the occurrence uf nil such Instniices In Ihe future, "From time to time there occur In cur couniry. to tbe Veep nud lusting sliniue of our people, lynchlngs enr¬ ried on under clrcunislunces of Inliu- ninn cruelty nud bnrbnrlty—n eriH'lly Inflnitt-Iy worse thuu any Ihnt bus erer been commltletl by nur tiuops In the Philippines; worse to the victims, and far more bi'ulnllzlng to Ihose guilty nf It. The meu who fall to eondemii these lynchlngs nud yet clamor about what bns bepn done In the Pbillppiues nro Indeed guilty of neglecting the bcniu In their otvn eye while Inunting Ibeir luother nbout the mote In Ills. Tbese lynchlngs nllord us nu excuse for fnil¬ ure lo Btop cruelly In the Phlllpplnea. Every efriirt is being mnde, nnd will be niatle, to miulmize tbe chnnces of cru¬ elty occurring, "lint keep In mind tlint Ibrse cruel- tics In Ihe Philippines bnve been wholly exceptional, and hnve tieen Bbnimdcssly exaggerated. We deeply and bitterly regret that any such cruel- tes should bave beeu commltletl, nt> mntter how rarely, no matter uuder what provoontlon, by Amerienn troops. But they afford far less Justlflootinn for a general conilemnallon of our army llinn these lynchlngs afford for the cnndemnatlon of tbe coinmuoltles in which tbey have tnken plnee. In each tnsc It Is well to condemn the i^ced, nnd ll is well nlso to refrain from including liolb gullly and InntH-cnt lo tbe snme sweeping contleninntlou." After telling of thc freedom the .American nrms nre cnrrying to tbe Flli:ilnos, nnd saying they must l.-nrn tl) govern themselves before we can five them Independenrr, he closeil with n prediction of the coming greatness of (lUr destiny in the Immemorial East. STATE NEWS HIa rirat aad Laat Aecanalon. Harry Hieks. about twenty-lwo years of nge, who snid his bume wns lu New York, mnde u linlloon nscenslou und parachute Jump at Kingstou Point Pnrk, Kingston. .V. Y. He Innded In Ihe Hudson River at the moutb of tlie Kndout Creek, but faileil lo come lo the surfnce. although be wore a life preserver. Ka-Oovernor Pannorar Dropa DeiMl. At Portland. Ore.. Sylvester I'-nn. ever. es-Oiivernor of (Jregon. droppctl dl ad of beart fallurr. TKe Sporllna World. Joe .Nelson, thc auileur pare f«iilnwer. has dcddeil tu Join the professional ranks. Many owners of hlgh-iiriccd. high- sTieetl autos say it is more costly than keeping a hursr. Columbia has lieen dcfeatetl ttt la¬ crosse by Hobart College, llle seore being four to onr. In tae gulf games al Utnl, Kent, tha L.->dies of Kugland have defealctl Ihe I..adlrM of Srotlaud by eight games lo oout'. Pennsylvania defeated Coluiubia ID their aunual duul truck uievl. The hiiraes iu liermau racing stablrs an- ihl.^ MU.'-uK U'ing shml witb .^iiierl- taii rai'lUK plates. Mis* Keairlx Hoyt U nnt of golf thla s|iriiig. but Ibe Ihrre otb,-ra who hava hehl Ihe tllle bf womnu champion of the Unitetl Htales are on the lluka— Mis' (Jriacom, Miss Underhill and Mlaa Meeker. Fnr exceetllag tite apeetl llmll in the recent Loug Island endurauoe mu llie .\utouiiibile Club of America baa aua- pandtd I>r J. Oram Lyman fur all mouth* aud Kronctb .K. tikliiuer for ibr«r nivutlM. IB Aikur. For some days there bare been m- mttrs about the Capitol ai Albany to tbe effect tbat tbrrr had bren a larue defalcation In oimi of the State depart' menta. A careful alftlnc of Ihe mattei reveals the fact tbat (Or aome jreara there bad lieen amall peculattons from the postage acc«nnt of Ihe Regenta' offlce. that complete realltntion bad been made, and that H. I. Knicker Imrker had severed hta connection wtth the offlce. The above was aubmlttetl to flecrctary Parsono. who made the (ollowing atatemctil: "Rome time ago a shortage was iIlscoTcreil In tbe poatage account o( the unireraity ftmonnttng to t900t.«2 and mnnlng liack to 18UU. Full restitution has been made, and thr employe who was responsible (or the Mortage la uo longer eonneeled with the university." Sir. Kniekerlioekei left Albany about the llme tbe ahort¬ age was discovered and It was aald br had gone to Denver. Col., on account ol III bealtb. His wbereabonts In thr West now are nut known. He It n young married man. and grew up In tbc service o( tbc Regents. StndanI Drlvan M Daath. Nelson Pease Bond, ot Burlington. i> member o( tbe class of '65. University of Vermoni, was drowned at Plaits- burg while attempting to escape trom Harry Perdval and Oeorge Roes, mem' brrs of tbe sophomore claaa of the some college. Tbe class o( '05 were to hold tbeir clnss banquet there at nlgbt. and Ihe sophomore had kIdiiaptHi Bond, the toaslmaster. He was standing ou oue o( the wharves with bla captors wheu tbc steamer bcarluR bls clasS' mates hove In sight, and to escape be Jumpetl Into the lake. Intending to swim to the shore. After swimming nbout ftdy feet he threw up hia arms and wltbont uttering a sound saiik iu nbjut eight feet of water. The- thiy wna recovered within half ana^uur. Bond wag nineteen years o( age nnd one o( the most popular o( his class. Mother Bavea Har tmy. Oabrlel Bishop, of Cuba, is a (tee Iray once more. The Jury at Buffalo which listened to the evidence In bls aecond trial on the charge o( having cauaed the death o( Everett Auatln, a boy o( Belmont, by exploding dynamite at tbe Little cottage on Cuba Lake on Iuly 8. 1898, the result o( a prank, returned a verdict o( not guilty. Bishop wns tried lu tbe County t-ourt o( Allegany in tbe winter u( 1000. and was atljutlged gullly of manalaugbter In tbe secoud degree. He was flned $800 and sen¬ tenced to prison for six montbs. Mrs. Bisbop believed ber son to be innof>ent. nud oblaineil a uew trial.wllb a change of venue. Tbe evidence of bis mother iud sister proved an alibi for blm. The "crdlct Is a popular one. Buralara Gal tAt. aenteac*. Judge Seattle has sentenced Johh Oldney. of Newburg. autl John I.. Barry, alias McArdle, of Kingston. In life imprisonment (or burglary In tlio flist degree. They are about twenty- flve years o( age. and have already served terms In State prison (or bur¬ glary. Tbe aecond Indictment, under the law, caiTled with tt a double Ben¬ tence Tbe men. wblle lu thc act o( robbing the Brush residence In New¬ burg, were arrested through tbe cool- beadedness o( Mn. Brash, wbo mshed to the home of James G. Graham. Gov¬ ernor Odell's aecretary. and teleiiboned the imlice. The sentence Is the lieav- lest ever passed In the couuiy (or tbe crime of burglary. Baer laqulrr Frulllaaa. Tbe Injnlry at Albany Into tbe work' Ings uf the beef combine has been post¬ poned Indeflnltely, because of tbe Ina¬ bility of tbe Attorney-Geqeral to sub¬ poena witnesses. These witnesses are now lielleved to be In New Jersey, and Include Arthur Colby, arbitration agent of Ihe combination and tlie Kastern su¬ perintendent of BwKt A Co., Armour ft Co.. Nelson Morris ft Co,. Cttdahy Pack¬ ing Company. Hammond & Co, and tbu Rehwarccblld ft Sulaberger Company, The Attorney-General stated that Ik> bnd found bls witnesses In New Jer¬ sey, nnd that uotil they came withiu tbe Jurisdiction of tbe New York Btate courts nothing further cau be done lu tbe matter. I nsof la la the Orapa Belt. Grape growers In Chautauqua Coun¬ ty are mueb agitated about the appear¬ auce o( Insect iiesta ngalu tbla year. At Weslfleld leaf-hoppers ure auilcl' patetl, while at Ripley the root-worm Is expectiHl. About 100 acres at Itlp- Icy ar'> said to be Infealed. witb Indica¬ tions of Its presence at Portland and Broelon. It Is a serious qoestion, and some growers are aald to be pulling up their vines. Tbe college of agriculture at Cornell University haa taken bold of Ibe problem. Profesaor M. V. Bllnger- land will cnntluct a series of cxperl- mcutr with arsenate of lead, etc. LlghlnlBB'e Deairaatlva Wnrk. Viola Bogart. ai^d aeventeen. wak killed by lightning at Florida. A girl ctinipaulon was rrised by tbc shock. The ri-sldence of Rev. R. H. Barr, o( Ibe AHsoclalc Ueforined Church, at Newburg, was struck and badly tiam- aged. Tbe barn of Gregory Bruudage. uear Salisbury Mills, wna burned. Three cot-s. owned by Mrs. Margaret Mout- gomery, of Washington Lake, were killed. All Aroaad Iha Mata. Mi'illiia pays fitS a week for sireet spriukllnK. Salamanca residents arc suffering from sneak thieves. Kevenly-flre naphtha launcbea will ply Chautauqua I.ake this aummer. A rural free delivery route will Ik- ea tablished tin July 1 nt Morganvllle. Genesee County. John Fllerl has beeu apiioluted post¬ master Hi Blossom. Erie Oiunty. vicu C'onrnd llt-UHel, realgoeil. This summer marks tbe one bun- dretlth anniversary of the settlement ot Augelli-a, Allegany (^onoty. Chautauqua t'ouiily growers of strawberries report Ibey wlil have aliout half the usual crop lo market. Tbe will 'of tbe late Charles C, Cham brrlalti. of Oakflqtd, has been offeretl for prpbate. It disposes of fTO.OUll wortb of properly. So (ar fOO.OUO bas been aprnt lo ef forts to drain Tonawautia awamp, lo¬ cated lu Orieaua and Oeneaee eounllea. It Is atlll a vast nea ot water anf marsh. Dr. H. It. (;t>cbrane. auo-ln-law ,of Judge Sanford E. Cbureh. was (uimd unconacloua (rom apoplexy lu his oBlce at Albion and died laler. Nortb Colllna laxpoyrra have voted down u proposition to iucurporale thai village. The majorlly waa eight. Two years ago the same pruposltlou waa de¬ feated by four. • UomeliaTllle'B assessed valaation it •4.441 .OOU. It bas a Imnded drbt of •408,000. Improvemenia are iieeded. bat as the dtbl already exceeds Ike le- gal teo per crol.. nothing can be donr unlesa certifleales are issned- Tliese would bave to be taken ap at the eud of a year, and would Increaae tacatloK Tba Jijuataa fluisiaainl \ lo aatobitak at Ik* toaaslftal aaMtosal itatMMi a aodd fi^arr, or taAaiS^sshaal ior traiaiag wiwksis M wtoApm ifooo aoa- atactars. ^ of tks wjalsa- ^sas tmm sacd is Japaa is tppppttmi. Ths laparta- liea of wisdow glaas la UM was rakisd st l«»,ato. Uoat Palsa to ta bs tbs shjsst otmm lofieal atady Isr a arMp ol Otoltott Som ibTliiairanily Ot Cbattfi torimt tbs SB» ¦ar. WsUaas WsMvItwwI. aa kMtiw- i«r iB tpt\ptf, it it mm ttm tmimm. THE SABBATH SCHOOL INTCRNA-nONAL LCSSON COMMNTt FOM JimC 8. ••^sati Tka OssmU al J—aalsm. AMI av.. sa-aa — OaMaa *wrt,a*l. «.. 1 ~ aa tha IMr'a I ConiMetiBf Lioka.—Atler lelaruaa tro^ the Ilia* miaaionaB jooriiey Pmi oaj Barnabas abode in ABtiaeh a "Ini ttsM." Thv WW* Ukint a nuek nsidsdwst aad attaading to tha hoBM work. Tha great ifMatkm which Iraa now diridlag Iks oaja* lOBs ol ths charcb was whctkar tbs tJsa- tilas matt bt«oaM Jewiah proaalytaa and snbaiit to circiiateiaitia ib onisr ta ba aaved. Allar a Uma terlain Jsws wha wars CairiBtiaos bat who sUII k<M to tba ecrestonial law caaae from JeraaaMB ta Antiooh and hagan to toaeh aoMag ths eonverta there that unleaa thty wwa CW> ctuBciatd tbcy could not ba aavsd. Taa charch had been in exittaaes for aboat twenty yaan and had axtendsd Its bai4- eia into ssreial heatbaa towns aad It la* eluded maiur Oentilet, and if thsas ttach- art wan oermitted to coatinne tbay woaM destroy the work. Our ksson prppsriy heglBs with tba Hnt verts ol tbs abaptar and iachitiaa the whola aerotiBt ol lUa fint eooBcU in tha hiattir* ol tbashareb. It waa eoadactcd oa Cknaliaa pnnclplss It came together in ths intarsst ol tratb. to pconwte peaea aad bMsaeay bsiassn tha contending lactiona. Tkosa wbo oom¬ poaed it wera not party rnsa, hat wsia r«»dy to yield all peraonal v^ws and Issi- ings when they aaw what waa rjibt. ». "Then pleased it" Tha wbola chnrch eame to a unanimoua dseisMB. "To choose man." (B. V.) Tbia iwkM it clear that the deputiet aent tp Aatneb weie choaen by lhe whole body. Thsy were choaen because of their j^ioty aad qualUioatiaas. "Judaa callid Baraahas." fR. V.) Not tke Jndaa maatMiaai ia chap. 1: U. Hia auroame was Thaa Matt. 10! S. Matthew Haary aad l aay that be wat ths brother.ol Jsjsph Bamabss. Acta. 1: 13. He is ao«bsrs Sm meatioBsd in the Ntw TssImmbJ. and i* ia an w« know of hun. "AadlBllBS.'* aisswbsrs ralloi "SrWanas.'* I Om. V. W; 1 Pstsr 8: »., He was a Romaa dti- tMI (chap. M: sniaad Psal'i eeanMdpa at a Istar date. Cbp, 10: It, ote, J^M Sn." Mea ol InfukMs and sutkorlfar ia s cbureh. In verse A Ibsy Pfo said to bare been propbsto. Tbey evidtnlly bad bssn engaged ss pnaoMp aad raMn ia tbs chureh at Jenwalsm.-, ». •Wroto letten." Tlisf sent a writ- tea conunaaieatioa so tbs- <bitr«b«> aatud hsTs the exact words ol ths dseisiaB. ,"By tbsm.^' By Judos and Silas. •iHJrtsliBg.'^ A lalatatloB expretting thsir dsairs of tha hspplraaa of tbe partona addilMil ••errU." AnUoch wai tbs.capilslal SyHe, |w& (ronl HUs ws sea that tb*. ^taaMa had spnsd to ot^ Plaoc* iu im Bretr> ince. "Uillcla." PaaVt native promos. It Is pro'bably tbat the eontroriHaty^had not arisen iu the same (ona ia OMW "^'"Hars baard,'' Iliroagh Vkal-aal Bamabss. "Ootam." mm yolmrot ko bled yea wlUi doetrlats tsBtion, "Ba^vsrting." t^tsnss of "i isM hsn denotas tkat I Mladi and prodwad o&wfliawt^^ without authority, "snob, which la not the esprtsshm ttroaaer. SK T>fi..nuui mniiS.n n tsemcd to «• la not in the Urtsk, malm gr«!j^jgHiS^fnt ei^lA motlvo of all true Christian effort.. , 17, "Also tsQ yon.'* Thty woaM gl*« fuUer tnfonaatioB and aaswtr every ia> qairy that might be propossd. _. m "It ssemsd^^gootf'^ete. Tbis.sx. preaaion abows that dtboaab tb* twa S'.SS'^S^rd^'t^-k^^^ Thsy wars afeet«*y In optar to imm^ tbs peace and eoneord ot Jewish and Qsa* tUs ^brisUsaity at that timet bn* ttf tourth rsquinnieat ia a parpetasl pnnl- 1 W. "OS*t«jl to idolt." ats ware thns dessoratsd. Nearly meats ware thus oessoratsa. To Uw this wtsan abomlaatioa, ,'''^<! ' hhiod." This wts forbid^ by tbs of Mosss (Ur. It 1T)TT: W-nT ly aa Jsw aij ail tirtmii wna AiUmSs dying mai N» aat aMd Imloot pmrnti ol _, -_!__ It . .._. the penuiar aad Oentilet, who did aat ,. in tovor of thsir gods. Tb* parity af tbs cbanh was at staka. Tbr Lsvimil bw was vtry strf ' ^'SSU'J^f'titiry.-^fpm ye waU?'^ Tos stdlaary, doss .of a kttat aadaaar. Bs ya u health sad rinr. ao. rUsmlssml." In alTpi^i^rflits with rMJpous serriess (eompan tti-.fl, sad parStns with an QKort for soma ~ OB to* way. "Down to Antioch, mibs (R, V.) JsrultleBi, thu chosen plaM, i* alwsya nferred to in the Iiible as "ap." In retetnee to Jeniaslem all otber dIm* would be fdown." "The maltitude."^ Tha wbols body of the chunh. It was a ais*- ssa* from oaa chnrcb to anothar. Sl. "ReioiiMd.''^ mt thsy wan not to bs sabjaetsd to tbt burdentoaM rights and etrsmoniss of tbs Jswith rsUpon. "Oea*olatlon." The ooosolation woald l«^ by tbs Jews oa well oa ths Oen- plant "Being prophets.'' Not in ths s*ns* irstslUag fatnn events, hat, batag . iHtiiths Spiril, thsy - " '- " ia ef Utian of tbe word of (]od. "(3«n- 'd?'^ BtrengtheBeiT oad sstoblltbed laNth, ta. "Ia .athm m "Atpaes." A tpaes of i peaee." The bntbren look leav in tbe btat witbti (or Ibelr t welftn. Juilts and Silas beth ^ to JtrtMalsm. st tbeir eomaUatioa . requin, Int Bilst muat have tooa rt;. Ptnl at Antioch, tinea we ttnii bim . in vene 40. tiuke baa patted see* sscond joamey. Ladr flaldes rar aalkaa. Some bright voaog wonMn an Swo a eempaoy fsr pre¬ ing ladiai qiialiiled to act at guidi tke lightsof New York City, st ba^ ''5 ' 'Mm tosqiaBiont, thoppiag aaaialaala, at*, idea is lo eharat a ttnager enltrtag i p tm ot tlM tor sieetiag htr al i aty a He 01 fijo ior SMeuag atr at taa nilwsy tlotion sud eseortina her to M* koUl or boarding hoots. In Qw btwtawt; Un of tht aaaociation a Iitt of b«(M* aa* win b« kept, aw ttm I as a strsaasr is IMfto II WlU bs tSngitTtt^jM n bss bsM iasMtSMta bosnling hon ether ialenM nsed, sll of which ' tiuilar aaaociation opention in Loadoa tor faartsw yana. IxMig sod carele} inqairiss by Oljrmsa doctors iadicaU that eaaesr is aet (talMMr hereditary, bat tbst it is nsriiiitsai^ «•¦ tagioiu. Ia eerUia distristo tb* aaiiiar of anfferen ia proportioa tn the | «ri*lll i» much latger every yssr tboa to aOHV areaa. Do|s and «sU ia maay kMtopM become caaoeroas, bat few borsss aai me . tie ara attacked. Maa and aWBM M atrickaa sa tbs svsrsas ssHiir Ifiptm ^ tUtoteenthia thaa ia tboss i/Umjfm ^t OaM ¦•* Alwaya Amw.-^ I Many peopit aappote that all gsH .t* alike whan reflatd, bat Ibis is ast aa, Aa axpariaiKod rnsa ssa Isl st a gHBsa!/ wkat part of tba world a fsU fitttf aad ia aoam essss (rom atwt fan ¦aid distnet Ihe tsstal has bsaa «Mi AaatnlisB gold, far i«rtaaaa, it Jlfi raddar thaa tbat Iram CUJIafaia. Ural gold is ths rtddsst Isaad mhtwI
|Title||Nassau County Review 19020606|
|Title||Nassau County Review 19020606|
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