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DAILY EVENING EDITION
EASTERN' OREGON WEATHER.
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PENDLETON, UMATILLA COUNTY, OBJKftOH, FRIDAY, MAY 81, 1901.
i nme and Ml me,
m rruiw "r
Hiceest line staph'
in the city.
To contemplating buyers
The well-known lino of "R. & W." hot weather apparel pro
sents unusual attraction and is here. The assortment is com
plete, catchy. The goods are well made in every detail,
Fancy Flannel Outing Suits of the celebrated T i V
make are tasteful, dressy patterns Handsome, stvlish, pel
feet fitting garments. The correct thing for tins season.
Outing suits of fancy flannel tj.no to Jttj.oo
Hlue and hlack serge coats and vests 2.50 to 6.00
Allpacaand Sicilian coats, coats and vest 1.50 to
Crash and linen suits 3.00 to
Linen anil cotton ulsters . 1.25 to
Light weight spring and summer trousers 2.00 to
Don't let the first hot days find you unprepared.
Alexander & Hexter.
The Boston Store
Men's Spring Suit
96 Suits Valued at $12 to $20
BACK SUITS ('OAT VEST AND PANTS
These suits arc up to
date BottOD Store lig
values and to clone
quicker will be sacri
Thcc suits are piled
on front two taldcs
and can le Men
today. Your oboioe
at this low price.
Frock Suits Cut to $9.85
PRICE MADE FOR BIG BIZ
endleton's Big Busy Store.
'alist of tempting
sat Frederick Nolf'a
I seed ac
m crepe paper 10c roll
P s Florida water 10c
Ml of Inn,
- my jc ami joe
"74C to 3.95
I1"" drops 10c pound
Wm knife i5c
w uMaae" tobacco 24C
'UCMv I r.
" mu!"c 19c and 33c
' Pts jc to 25c
vs iqc t a.
petal phuto .
ft- powder y
" Paper 5c
1 s'dt combs cr
, 7-V flUb IC tO C
aB,;.rmUer and almond
"orth oc her,- lor 23c
tcr vjl L 3
ton U 1 .
hat IC ; a"d wood
1 Worth 4. here
Chuusinu Suiin tliiiitj ''Mjlhsutw
breakfast or supper is always a
pleasure to those who look over
the many delicacies that com
prise our stock of fancy groceries
We have the worlds chou . - t
products in glass, tin and pai k
ages, and put up In the best
methods for preservation Our
fresh arrivals of vegetables and
strawberries are choice and low
0U WanfTT- . . .
r ln Sl'verwarH i V
etc re' fa,,(y foods
BYERS BEST FLOUR
To make good broad uae Byer' Best Float, ft took first
premium at the Chicago World's Fair over ell compel 1
Mi, M gives excel lent satisfaction wherever used.
Kvery sack in guaranteed. We have the bent bteam
Kolled Bailey, Sued Kye and Ueardleaa Barley.
PENDLETON ROLLER MILLS
W. S. BYERS, Proprietor.
"See Dem Freezers
i have a full line of
The Peerless Ice Cream Freezers
from one piut to ten quarts, will fratli BVttU
in from three to five minutes; also have a full
line of fibhing tackle, hainuio. ks etc See my
line before buying
T. C. TAYLOR, the Hardware Man.:
In DfeideB, I'nderwepki' three-art
OMra, "Manrn," wax r"-Hlnrd at
tea Royel "pern ami was reottfea with
every ign of opular entb'.aianm.
Lteeli Rloherd Towslejr, In deleail
inv- at bil trial in Manila for alleged
imiHNarv faudx, claimed that h
BMHely trying to ohield a brother
otlwvr, tuMiif bit rtfkintf for mony to
cover Mn)ir lavin shortage.
Dolegeta Wilcos, of Hawaii,
ban Hiigtcttd to the interior depart
ment that 1 commiMxion go to Hawaii
to it ml v the public land situation and
report Um out linen of a law at the
next imH'ting of congremi.
LimtoeatOoleBel Fieaeli Mloblor,
military niMn-tary to bieuU-nant-Hen-era!
Milen, died at bin reHideiue in
Wanhington on Wedneiiday. OolMiel
Mioblef bed bOM ailing for MM time
with Bflfht'l diceMO, and two months
ago h IMMB polled to take to bin bed.
The PlMUjriefiea general aaaeinldy
eda ipproprittloM ae follow:
Foreign miixion. f I :to . home
minioni, f 100,000 ; (rood own 'i aid,
A6,000; church extension, .V,lkk) ;
educational work, H0OU ; cbicational
tor OOlleiM and eminarie, 1!A.U00
iuiiiiterial relief, flO.iHKi; publication,
New ha been received from Persia
thai the proponed new Uiiian loau of
l'l.UOO.iXXi to iJO.oon.tHHi rutde ha
(alien through laoaitae the Sliab wa
United States Will Maintain an
IN THE ISLAND UNLESS CONDITIONS
Arc Accepted UoroodltloDilly and the
Amendflitfflt Is Adopted by Tbem
WitbOQt I Murmur
with heavy loan, leaving thirty-live
dead OH the ground. 1 reret tn ay
that onr casualties were alao aevere,"
sav Kitchener. "The killed and
wounded DOtnbor 174. among whom are
bieulenant Noke, Campion ainl M.
Mclonald. Captain Armatrong wa
Nee York, May 91, A dipatch to
the World from London aaya: Charles
T. Yerke ha jnt returned front a
brief holiday to resume work il(n hi
i cheme to furnish Ignidon with rapid
1 transit. Pnaaiblf Mr Yerke aa
rticent ebon wen but be nvlhorlaad
"Mr. Yerke principal plan i to
ohnnge the Mottopoliten dlatriol rail
way' motive ower from team to
electrii its t presi-nt th- tittinel l
dark and til led with gaw from the
lomniOtlVMi Mr. Yerke will change
all this. Ili (dan are pfepeiod for
tha erection ol an electric station on
the Thames at Chelea te upplv the
Washington. May HI. .At the cabinet
imetine today it wa derided to convey
to the Cuban constitutional convention
the decision of the administral ion that
acceptance of the I'latt amendment by
the convention t unaatisfactory
Secretary of War boot, who will send
t h Is dm in inn tn I'.ihit will ndvie the
unwilling to giva tha raqnlrad aaonriti oonvention In diplomatic languaue to
ami grant the privileges required in trv again, and, until the convention
Booth Paraia. brttish nttluence 1 ro'mpliea with provision of amend,
blamed lor the failure of the loan. OMOt without condition attached
The girl striker at the handkerchief
factory of Achesnn, Warden iV Co., at
l'asaic, N. J., made a riotous demon
stration on Wednesday. One hundreit
girl reported lor duty ami deapite
jsdice protection several of them were
rneably handled by the striker. The
latter then toiiel the factory smash
ing many a i ndow.
At the annual meeting of bipton
Company bid. in Iuidon Sir Thomas
bipton the presnlent was cordialy re
ceived. One shareholder thought Sir
Thomas wa dt voting too much time
to yachting and hoped be might he a
Hircd that be did not intend to with
draw more d hia attention from the
company' concern. Mr I hotua rea-
Hired the shareholder and the report
tieneral borne Campbell the llritiab
commander in I'ekin, ay the nth-rua-tional
situation at Tien Tsin is better
than at any time lince tha arrival of
the troops, though iin the departure
I the American-t he l!nssian oloected
to the British hoisiiiK their flatl on a
bridge when the American i.' was
taken down, hut ieneral Wogack, the
Kilnsiali comiuaiider, withdrew bis ob
PACIFt NORTMWBSr NEWS.
I tokens of humeseeekr are taking Up
land near Arl iuaton.
fhe Itrownsville creamerv is (laying
out f btmi a month (or cream.
Arlington will heva a 1 90,000 com
pany lor the erection J I a llouriliK mill.
bewistnii, Idaho, won u bamdiall
name from I'omeroy last Minday by a
"Core oi 17 to 2,
Arrangement are beintr made bv the
Derkoa Knitchts of Pvtbia for a grand
celebration J uly 4.
iidv iills-rt ha received a life sen-
ten, e lor the miiruer of Joseph -nilthi
in the Dewwjf mine in Idaho.
it i rop..f' ; from Kandrick that
the bi-yar-old son of a farmer named
Kricknoft was drowned in Bear creek
u u lay .
Th lice of the Idaho Male Tribune,
al Wallace, was damaged unday night
bj nre caused by Imam playing with
matches. Water caused moat of the
W. T. WiUon, of lloraetly, Klamath
lounty, baa sold his ranch, consisting
of h4u acres, and l.'O head of cattle, lo
Casev Bros. and doorge Noble, uf
Klamath eoontf. The price paid for
ranch and cattle wan (7UUU. The cattle
brought f.'-'i pof bead.
T. J. Mnitb has inirchawsl 40UU
lUsbels of wheat from Andrew Oreiner
and : ik btishela from Charlea blUle,
at 10 ccnU per buhel, without aacka,
say the fossil Journal. With the
wheat already on hand, tbia provide
tie- I o--,i mill with a year's aupply.
I he purchase was made '.. Ion- tha rain
ame, when the prospects lor a goon
rop this year was problematical.
thereto, the president will maintain
an armed force of the I'nited State on
A toi.taranea with Sanalori.
BatOfa the cabinet meeting Senators
I'latt, Cm client, Kairbank ami
botlge called at the White HOOM to
discn the ituation. The (ireaident
receivtsl from the secretary of war dnr
tik' the tnoruinir an authentic ropv of
the text of the constitutional ennven
lion'- actiofl, I'liev all agreed that the
convention, in paaaimt upon gttoatlOOl
In ralntion to intervention ami treat laa
had not lived up to either the apirit
01 the letter 01 the I'latt amendment
I be cahiuet held the same opinions
as tin1 Nenator, and advised the presi
dent to convey .. the t nhan the in
formation that it is the resolve of the
administration to hold the reins over
the i"land until the representative bad
complied with the wilie of emigre
Instead of agreeing fully and freelv
with the proviaiona in the resolutions
of congress, the Cuban delegates went
into a long llt of explanations and
conditions, that obscured the real
point at isne, and ended bv making
out a really different prnnuncianictitn
The Cuban aay : "Intervention shall
lat only long enough to restore normal
coml it ion.
The president and the cabinet
..ee that if this country ever inter
vene, the administration shall be the
sole judge of its duration.
The cabinet also devoted consider
able time to the discussion of the sil
nreme court decision relating to tl
1'hilippiio - Later one of the men
hern ail :
"The I'hil iiipineM otiestion is still
a matter for deeatst study and guarded
Thai Rail a Uuaillon
bomlon, Mav ill. -Three m.-mher of
the Filipino junta in I'ari called on
Ambassador ('bottle and apt died for
passrts (or an biiron tour
Lhoate relusod to give the passisirt
claming that hi iiwer to a t in ucl
a capacity i not yet decided. Tin
hllipitio will carry the caae to the
-in rem. court, if the passport which
waa issued provisionally bv Choate is
refused by the adminiatration
trim In Birmingham.
Birmingham, May 31, Km ma Know
le, in the cidl.it of WnOOa bouse the
aorpaaa of tlto :tt beblei were fonnd,
has boon bold without bail. The W0
man claims iba raOOivod the babies for
burial. Tha police hint at a babj
farm, ami sensal looal dovelopmonta
are Uioketl fur.
May B Soma Vlolane.
Havana. Mav 31, Riotl incident to
the municipal elections tomorrow re
thfantOUad at Santiago The comman
der of the province of Santiago was
given full discretionary power to act
should a crisis arise. All is .jtiict here
tolorad Man Hangd
ft)WI Md , Mh II. Wiley Kirk,
Oolofed, wa hanged here ttslav for
felonious aaaault upon ., white woman.
DR. W. C. LAIM)W IS DliAl)
PftSSKU AWAY AT 8:30 O'CLOCK
I It IN
THE M LAURIN
Governor McSweeney Will Not
SAYS STATE IS SICK OP POLITICS
Muiil'l AddrM lo the People Cbirftn
Tillman Willi Wilful Fiiubood la
His Public StatcmflDt
Columbia, S c , Mav aT.-Uov. Mi
HWWaney this afternoon announced that
It I hi intention to refuae to accept
the resignations of Senator Tillman
and Mcl.anrin, on the ground that the
stat is sick of DOlltteii
Onetor MeLaurtn'x Addrn
Oherleatnn, s, c , Mav :ti. Hen.t-
tor John b. MeLanrin tmsl an o
dreW to the people of the state on
rhoradnf, Ha opened by saving that
the recent address lo the ieopl bv
Senator Tillman makes it neceaaarv
that he should sav something in ei
pinnate. n ol his motive and actions,
and that, had it not been for Senator
lill man intrusion on the Oaffney
meeting, there would have lieen no
necessity for it I'lie joint debate wa
precipitated by him contrary lo Mc
I mi r 1 11 n wishes and oi the gentlvmau
who invited blaii
TI:N BIDS KIK BARRACKS
The weak spot.
If you are sitting in a reatauraat when
xiaroaea are ui attendance, yuu will
uuw and .u!aiu axwur young woman
put her hand to her back, and straighten
Lei Mot DC .... bOf bps air Ughlene4
aa if bv Pain It bwckaiiie. Yet ail
6 j long Uc muat
on her Irct,
aa taxck, ca
xxtada ationg bf
tha aae of LKxtor
cures tL wutnaiiiv
It make weak
od sick women
a favorite Pre
scrlptlon " contaiua
BO alcohol, and is
xrosO oniuui, co
caliM and ail other
1 utt yoa for
s4viss , jib.
tyA. silliri MIS.
Lotus Hi.Uird of c lunauic Cbsrukss NsL,
fad Ty 'I was racfciug with (adu fraui th
back Ot uiy hesd dowa to siy hccU. Had
hciuorrhase '"' i at s dtuc, and was uu
sbtc to alt" up lut tea mtoates s( s time Vuu
snil'it iuy Irtui, sdvifed ais to us yuui
valuable medicine vie Dr Hercs's Pavoilte
rrcaertuttou i...i.ieu tacoiuu utsuicir, sua
'Ftsasaul Pellets "also CSV advice about lucre
Ouus. Win "d diet To my suruiise. la aul
mental1 fo iu Ilie tiats I begsu your treatmeul I
wu a well woman, aud have not had the tatck
aeh door aud uow I out lo int. tu hours s
day at haid work
1. pierce s Medical Adviser in paper
covers, is seut firm on receipt of 21 oue
ccut axaiupn to pay eapcuae of tuailiua
lit. aL V. xoaicc, nui
JORDAN'S POSITION QIVEN
H 0t1nt th folley or th Slsiifurd
Stanford I tuversily, Calif., May .'il
-At the tenth annual i oinmem i-ment
of the university the notable lealun
waa the address id I'residenI havld
Htarr Jordan. It hal an added sig
olflonnw owinaj to tha oootrovaarf over
the .pieslem of acailemic freedom
aim i. nas ragisi in tne university lor
the past -. oool year. fhe stibjiMTt of
President Jordan's addr. - wa belaud
anfordM view on "On iiigber t in
cation." I'reaideut Jordan said :
"Mr. tan ford aotihl leave the uni
versity free to grow with the coming
ages, lie would extend no dead band
from the grave to limit it activities
or to control ita movements.
"Mr. Stanford instead, a a vital
principle, that the uiiiveritv exists
for the lament of ita student, past
present and future. The greatest m i l
of the students is the teacher, Mr
i ' iiip.it i d with the character of tin
faculty, every other element in tha tint
versity i of relatively little impor
lame treat teachers make a mil
t great. The founders believe
that freedom of thought and aOtioil
would promote morality and religion
MRS. M'KINLEY RI:SI IN(i
Claimed That th first ports Wsrs
Washington, May 91, Alarming
stories sent from here last night pre
dieting Mrs McKluley's death within
a few hours appear lo have no founda
tloti wboteVwf She is said lo be betu i
now than a hen she arrived yeaterdav
Her physician stated that she passed
a comfortable night.
Mr. MsllDly rs.m.
Washington May 81, The following
bulletin waa issued by Mr. McK in
ley' pnysiciana at uoou. Mm. McK in
ley i recovering from , the fatigue ot
tiie trip. I he Tliuesa from a hi. I, ahe
waa suffering iu Nan Krauciatxi all 1 1
cuntiuue,lhougb iu leas inteiiae form.
She is still feeble aud cannot be con
sidered out of danger. I'rogreae will
undoubtedly be slow, but improve
ment ia looked for.
HhAVV LOSSES BV ENGLISH
bia aatli Id aeutharo Transvaal With
any am. J
London, May 31. The war ottice
tiiis moraine anuouueed a big battle
at Viakfoutein iu the extreme south of
the Tranavaai, aisty mile aouthuast
from Jttliauueaburg, Iwtween the ivra
under lielarey and the Kritisb nudei
Col Ibckaoii. tieueral kitchener, iu
a dispatch dated at Pretoria at 7
o'clock yeeterday evening, aaya: "The
enemy were eventually driven off
Ms Was a Plonr One a Lllralur
Practise Modicum Wat a
Dfi W. 0i I. allow, more familiarly
known a Judge I, allow, died el In
home iu Pendleton tin morning at
K;:t() o'clock. I'l.e funeral, arrauge-
i il for which are not vet complete,
will OOMf on Sunday.
Mr. I. allow bad been rupidlv failing
for the past week or ten days lie hud
been iii very r health for two yeats,
and at one time, several months ago,
was regarded a a very dangerously Rick
Lived In rlonr Stllmnls
lr. I .allow wa .' year old on I eh-
roar 6, 1901,
lr. W. Oi l.aliow was one ol the
well known cilixeiiN of the county lie
wa born early in the present century,
ami spent the greater portion ol his
lib- among pioneer xettlamantai A a
journalist and phyail ten his name ha
iii time pat bee. a most familiar one
in Illinois, Indiana, Wiaconsin, Wash
illgttili ami Oregon, tin1 natural bent of
his i. .in I la-illg lo hull Up the furl It
uf civilisation in savage Wlbla III
westward progression toward
Pat i tie. II mid ttdl many an
(creating tale of bariblpa, tolls
laiigers suffered by the pioneers
In1 waa one of Ibem, and bad the
possible reateill lor relueuilaring theae
Mtones of fact, for he lived through
A Magailn Publlslist
lr. I.altow waa horn Hi Cayuga
county, V i , , I ei. i. on v ti, iHJti. e
lived in I a oga and lliiondaga conn
ties until IHIIi, when he went with
his parent to Chicago. At the age oi
I.I be entered a printing oltlce In the
at that tune mall extremity ol Lake
Michigan, and learned the trade
While yet a laiv, tteing but 1 year
old, be engaged with Win It Kounds
villi- in the publication of the Western
magazine al Chicago, which wa the
1 1 1 ft monthly neeaaino over started In
the Wml . ft wa of a literary nature,
and Ur. bahow wa it editor it. i
ward be dlspoatsl of bis interest III the
magazine and entered the newspaper
field, publishing the Illinois Itepubll-
can, of Mi llenrv enntv, which Was
likewise the first liewspaatr of that
a v iiuiitr aad Physician.
Dr. bal'ow wa- publisher and Jtaiiali
llwlght editor. During it pu hi leal Ion
the Mexican wa- broke out, ami the
judge volunteered as a recruit in a
com pan v organul by Captain White,
hut did not hapaiii to he ordered into
service. Statu alterward he hegan tlie
study of metllcine in the nltice of l a
Dow ' ainpl.el I . Hudson count) ,
Oltio, lit . i ' .o attemling the inedl
1 al lecture at the College ol I 'by mi -
i.ttin and surgeon 111 I laveui orl. Iowa.
He i.egaii the practice ttf medicine in
I H57 , in Washington county, Wiacoii-
in, practicing in Masbiuglou and
Winuelatgo counties until Ihci i,
which year be crossed the plains. He
was but four months coming from St.
loseph to I 'M Walla Walla In the
fall ol that year he built the Oral
hotel, a frame building, ever nr. ted
111 Walla Walla, a part oi whtih re
mained standing until but a few year
ago. in the laii oi i"nn he raiurtMM to
Wisconsin, shortly afterward going to
liavtou. where he stunt two years.
ami then to Want 1,1 loiinly, M tniiesota.
where he siauit two years in the prac
tice of Hindu me ami general inert ban-
Hit 1 -i..ii
Here fir. ballow waa married In
Mr. Hannah M. Isaac, with whom lie
lias happily lived since Ism He
. 01. Wound in Waesa county until latiH
and crosaeti the plains again, ami came
to I uiatllla county. flregon. Prom
that time until Itfao ,IH practiced
medicine, between three ami four
yeais, 01 which time he waa govern
meut phyaicieu on the I'malilla
reservation. In 1M0 be was elm ltd
county judge, serving acceptably for
four year, and from thai lime on
continued hi residence iu Pendleton
Judge latbnw has two sons, Walter K.
I. allow, uow railroading in Mexico,
and Quo. Irving I al'ow, a resident of
Pendleton Politically the judge was
a whig iu the early days. Prom the
date of that party' disintegration
until leoO be was a dunes-rat, and
waa elected 011 that ticket to be county
judge in the campaign of that year.
In IHM be voted for Harrison 011 account
of bia tariff conviction, and voted the
republican ticket aiuoe that lima.
Uovrnmnt Hat Lowatt From snor a
lie ions, in. Woodlawn.
tatorin. Maj II ran pomninnut
will 1 struct barracks st Port t'..
UinbiOi ami ttslav were OfJnaeo the
bills, ten in nemhef) for their con
traction. The lowest was hv rtBOte
Robinaon, ol w llewn.Of , lorllOf,
KM. Ml. The governinelll sometime ago
decided to Met iofl a military force at
the fori. Md the barrack will he fur
the aooommodation of the toldiora.
THE SHIP L0NQ 0VBRDUB
John MoUonald Thouaht to H Loll 16
Baltimore, Mav II, The ahia Juhn
McDonald, M day out, from Haiti-
more to Nip Kraiiciseo, is thought to
betn 1 n lost. No tidings of the
vesstd bera come for several luontbs,
and 11 per cent reinsurance is ottered
Twenty-live men WON alaiard.
THE STRIKE IN CHICAdO
Maohlnltit Wnl Out I bit X aad
Mor Ar liolng.
Chicago, Mav il the Chicago ma
chinists' strike lavaii this uiiiriiliiir
I p to noon, only a lew abop were
alfet led, bin in sixty other Iiohv. the
strike is inevitable before the day
. mis iheel two Ihnusaiiil mat lit 11 lata
will be nut ami as many iimbler may
ipiil 111 Nympathy.
THE NEW 0RK MARKET
Hporta by I L. Ray 0 Co.. Pendletea,
1 iiieago Hoard or Trad and New Tors
m.ts axehana Broken.
New Vorki May II Wheat waa
strong to lay, ami price ahowtal a gain
of nearly a cunt at Chicago, ami '4 at
Sew York. biversail wa up 1-H, 6
II :i a. New York opened at 7U't and
sold up t., an ; , biaiug at) l-H.
Cloatt elerilay .'I'j
1 ipen tislay 7U4 .
Keeen t.niay u an
Cbate bslav ail I -M.
Stocks: sugar 147
stta.l pi'4; St. Paul li-"B ; If . P. lOOV,;
Krie H -H, Atchison H.'l
Mw York Msrkl.
New York May II. Sugar, raw,
fair, refining, I centrifugal, Wl
teat, i U-IJ; reliued, cruhetT. OUb;
,owdered lM graitulaleil .VwS ; coffvat ,
No. 7, Mpol, ii IK; rice, domestic, l'
to Shj , aisil , um hangetl.
loliecco 137 ;
wiiat in 1.11 rraaiHn
I ttin iMii, May II. -T'uceiubur
HONOR I OR
tfurttisr Vlndlsatloii of Oirtssr Who
vVst in.igsd With towardl.
VeehlnntOUj May , There I dill
further v Helical ion of Captain New I
Hall, the marine oihcer recently ac
1 oil.. 1 of 1 barges ol cowardice (11 tne
dei'eii.ai of the Pekllt legations. Cap
lain McCaiia ranommonei his ad venae
monl by tun numbnre
klrssl tsr tollltlea.
Wilmiiigtoti, Hid , May M. three
ais mi the I., a paoulo'l line, openisl
vnstertiay, oollitletl this lie .ruing Hue
was k.ilc.l and alstut a score Injured.
Justus Hrwr 10 Wd.
Washington, May .11. - Justice
brewer, of the aupreme court, visited
the idly hall 1 ..lav ami personally ub
tallied a license to wed Miss Kuima
Th rtnal Cniut flauret.
Wanhington. May .11- The
bureau ibis alleruooii made ita final
aonoonoomonl f the population ol the
I tilled statue a recordetl bv the
census of I Mi It is ?H, m,M7.
acrnbardt U Vlgat.
Pans, May 31. -Maurice IWeaenl.
son of the actress, baa been cliabeogeJ
to fight a duel, ills mother is greatly
Th ropular kaa.
Berlin, May 31. -Queen Williel-Jina
uf Hollsml and tier conaorl inao
tritiu.pl. al eotry into Berlin tbi moru
mg in the prepuce ol cheering Cfoeda.
tku, Praaciaco. May 31 . The u-
urewe court Ibis moruiug tleuiud a re
trial oi lite Pair will taau