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The rlerk had been roail- ing funny pajiers and eonrhided wood alcohol was the nearest thing' to a "stick" he hail. post and Modern Woodmen, who occu- pied the hall, lost everything. Ishmael Carter had his head split open by a policeman's club. s of such an effort would throw the Filipino people back into the arms of Sjiain, whi^se tyrannies have made her their unfvrgiving en- emies." To have crowned sucli a war, waged with such a generous purpose, with such a result, said he, would have dismayed stronger hearts than ihose that beat in the bosoms even of his Democratic colleagues. It Is the medicine on which the poor, dis- appointed sufferer can rely after all other medicines fail, when doctors give the patient up as ini arable. Sal- O]oulos promised to do his very best, lit- tle suspecting that th.- man wanted was his friend (whom he knew under the name of Paris Garpat ismntll they met accidentally in his oftlte. The case was diagnosed as Intusseptlon of the bowels. The official reports at the weather-bureau also show that a trace of fell. Y., May 29.— According to the weather bureau Rochester was WAS A SOLDIER. Promoted to brigadier general, he comm-indcd the First brigade. Father Olmstead, who became a priest only a few years ago, was bre- votied a major general of volunteers shortly aftev the war and 'nas alway.^ been i»romlnenl in G. The bill carried ,hv,j.- 000 when It leit the house. In conference the senate amendments were reduced about

The rlerk had been roail- ing funny pajiers and eonrhided wood alcohol was the nearest thing' to a "stick" he hail. post and Modern Woodmen, who occu- pied the hall, lost everything. Ishmael Carter had his head split open by a policeman's club. s of such an effort would throw the Filipino people back into the arms of Sjiain, whi^se tyrannies have made her their unfvrgiving en- emies." To have crowned sucli a war, waged with such a generous purpose, with such a result, said he, would have dismayed stronger hearts than ihose that beat in the bosoms even of his Democratic colleagues. It Is the medicine on which the poor, dis- appointed sufferer can rely after all other medicines fail, when doctors give the patient up as ini arable. Sal- O]oulos promised to do his very best, lit- tle suspecting that th.- man wanted was his friend (whom he knew under the name of Paris Garpat ismntll they met accidentally in his oftlte. The case was diagnosed as Intusseptlon of the bowels. The official reports at the weather-bureau also show that a trace of fell. Y., May 29.— According to the weather bureau Rochester was WAS A SOLDIER. Promoted to brigadier general, he comm-indcd the First brigade. Father Olmstead, who became a priest only a few years ago, was bre- votied a major general of volunteers shortly aftev the war and 'nas alway.^ been i»romlnenl in G. The bill carried $15,hv,j.- 000 when It leit the house. In conference the senate amendments were reduced about $1.20(l, WK). T^H FROM THE BLOOD AND NOT THE SKIN Track Not Injured and Street Railway Traffic Continues. I.ater, while Clancey was chasing a pink and green itumkey around the Marvin street dock he fell in he water. Nothing but the absence of wind saved the town from destruction. To the weak, debilitated, nervous, broken down, and despondent, Paine's Celery Compound gives a new and joyous ex-istence. An operation was sug- gested, l)Ut not perform«}d until Monday morning. LUMBER RATE From Minnesota Transfer to Chicago Is Cut. Paul, May 29.— (Special lo The Herald.) — The Burlington, Northwest- ern, Milwaukee & Great Western roads have announced for Immediate appli- cation an 8-cent rate on Pacific coast lumber from Minnesf)ta transfer to t'hicago. Among the aems In controversy as finally settled are the followini;: Crookston, Minn., site. The prevalence of Eczema among the young and old is due to the introduction of poisonous matter in the blood. C Keyes, of Oshkosh, traveling agent for the freight departm*nt. The hope that he might perhaps forgive her brought .solace to her, and some days afterward she went to his father to learn from him where Leonidas could be found. Her sister finally persuaded her to leave (»rf coffee and use Postum.

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The rlerk had been roail- ing funny pajiers and eonrhided wood alcohol was the nearest thing' to a "stick" he hail. post and Modern Woodmen, who occu- pied the hall, lost everything. Ishmael Carter had his head split open by a policeman's club. s of such an effort would throw the Filipino people back into the arms of Sjiain, whi^se tyrannies have made her their unfvrgiving en- emies." To have crowned sucli a war, waged with such a generous purpose, with such a result, said he, would have dismayed stronger hearts than ihose that beat in the bosoms even of his Democratic colleagues. It Is the medicine on which the poor, dis- appointed sufferer can rely after all other medicines fail, when doctors give the patient up as ini arable. Sal- O]oulos promised to do his very best, lit- tle suspecting that th.- man wanted was his friend (whom he knew under the name of Paris Garpat ismntll they met accidentally in his oftlte. The case was diagnosed as Intusseptlon of the bowels. The official reports at the weather-bureau also show that a trace of fell. Y., May 29.— According to the weather bureau Rochester was WAS A SOLDIER. Promoted to brigadier general, he comm-indcd the First brigade. Father Olmstead, who became a priest only a few years ago, was bre- votied a major general of volunteers shortly aftev the war and 'nas alway.^ been i»romlnenl in G. The bill carried $15,hv,j.- 000 when It leit the house. In conference the senate amendments were reduced about $1.20(l, WK). T^H FROM THE BLOOD AND NOT THE SKIN Track Not Injured and Street Railway Traffic Continues.

I.ater, while Clancey was chasing a pink and green itumkey around the Marvin street dock he fell in he water. Nothing but the absence of wind saved the town from destruction. To the weak, debilitated, nervous, broken down, and despondent, Paine's Celery Compound gives a new and joyous ex-istence. An operation was sug- gested, l)Ut not perform«}d until Monday morning. LUMBER RATE From Minnesota Transfer to Chicago Is Cut. Paul, May 29.— (Special lo The Herald.) — The Burlington, Northwest- ern, Milwaukee & Great Western roads have announced for Immediate appli- cation an 8-cent rate on Pacific coast lumber from Minnesf)ta transfer to t'hicago. Among the aems In controversy as finally settled are the followini;: Crookston, Minn., site. The prevalence of Eczema among the young and old is due to the introduction of poisonous matter in the blood.

C Keyes, of Oshkosh, traveling agent for the freight departm*nt. The hope that he might perhaps forgive her brought .solace to her, and some days afterward she went to his father to learn from him where Leonidas could be found. Her sister finally persuaded her to leave (»rf coffee and use Postum.

.20(l, WK). T^H FROM THE BLOOD AND NOT THE SKIN Track Not Injured and Street Railway Traffic Continues.

I.ater, while Clancey was chasing a pink and green itumkey around the Marvin street dock he fell in he water. Nothing but the absence of wind saved the town from destruction. To the weak, debilitated, nervous, broken down, and despondent, Paine's Celery Compound gives a new and joyous ex-istence. An operation was sug- gested, l)Ut not perform«}d until Monday morning. LUMBER RATE From Minnesota Transfer to Chicago Is Cut. Paul, May 29.— (Special lo The Herald.) — The Burlington, Northwest- ern, Milwaukee & Great Western roads have announced for Immediate appli- cation an 8-cent rate on Pacific coast lumber from Minnesf)ta transfer to t'hicago. Among the aems In controversy as finally settled are the followini;: Crookston, Minn., site. The prevalence of Eczema among the young and old is due to the introduction of poisonous matter in the blood.

C Keyes, of Oshkosh, traveling agent for the freight departm*nt. The hope that he might perhaps forgive her brought .solace to her, and some days afterward she went to his father to learn from him where Leonidas could be found. Her sister finally persuaded her to leave (»rf coffee and use Postum.

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Humbert had been left $20,000,000 by a grateful American, one Henry Robert Crawford. Then, just as madame was about to secure the "Crawford mil- lions," two a Heged n«'phews of the American tunietl up to contest the will. Humbert and the nephews figure shootins that he must have JZ.'j.'XHi, which he cialmt-d w;is his clue bfcaust" he signed ji waivi T permitting the probating of the will. Deceived Lover Fled to America After Wound- ing His Rival. Elene Stellnidis, known in Athens as tho "Belle of the Bosohorus." has found bi-r swiftlif art, l.eonidas Tr.vantaplldls, ami has jflven bin", a twig of Minerva olive tree to remind him of a promise maou during a muoidight tete-a-tete In the plc- turesij Uf ruins of the Acropolis. We want every man nfflloted with NKKVO-SKXIAL OK- Bl L,rnf.(ONTAGU of curing theoo illsonaca. Suggestion That "For Sale" Signs Should Be Abolished. The thought ot the suffering and danger in store for her, robs the expectant mother ©f all pleasant anticipations of the cominj? Estate Wor Tl T $5,000,000 Claimed By Chicago Gir K Milwauko.'. Tho belief is now entertained that tho blast furnaces in Ohio and Western Penn- sylvania will not strike June 1, as had been feared. If they be sound and strong, you are healthy and vigorous. But if they b; weak, you are nerv- ous and miserable.

He is said to have declared he need, ed the money badly and to have become much Incensed when Paul replied that he did not have the sum on hand •Jdlng that he should consult otner members of the funiily. $32.15 Round trip, Den- ver, Colorado Springs, Pueblo. She has tulil him that the man who was his rival and wlumi lv^ left for dead, alter a bloody cncountt-r ii: the woods ot Meg- ara, is Uv Iuk and happity married to an- other woman; she has asked him to for- gt\e her fur having looked into the siarkl- ing t-yts and listei U'. It was the fatl Kue and the excitement of a day of adventur»-s. (Jeorges Kartos a school friend of her futurtr hasbaml, one f Vening proposed that they should astrf Ud the summit of the Aeroj)olis, proniisin K them the wondi-rful speetaeli' of moon bathetl vistas of fertile lands on one side of the ruins and the vast tableau of the silvery sea on the other. We Invite In particular all men who have become ills HRttsfled with treatment el8ewh« re. "Down In Minneapolis," said a real es- tate man yesterday afternoon, "the real estate dealers are agitating the abolition of 'for sale' signs, and it strikes me as a mighty good Idea, and one that Duluth would do well to follow. event, and casts over her a bhadow of gloom which cannot l)c shakt Mi off. ATTACKED BY FRENZY MOTHER'S FRIEND Are Many Converts to Religious Belief of John W. A largo tonnage of foreign steel billets is being offered here through Importing houses, so that the supidy from this source would seem to be fairly adequate for early needs. Little, who was dismissed from the Baptist church recently, after a trial by the church council, in which his name and that of Mrs. Hughes, wife of a prominent citizen, were coupled, was made co-respondent In a divorce suit filed here by George Hughe.s, the husband of the woman mentioned. Hughes made a confession, not only to her husband but to the churc'n council, of the alleged Intimacy between her and the Your mind is un- ecsy, and you suffer all the tortures of a doomed, ntrve-starvcd man.

Il was learned today, on what ap- peared to be reliable authority, that If necessary the coal companies will next week arrange for an interchange r»f engineers, firemen and pumpmen, who have signified their willingness to re- main at work, but not in their own districts. The Lehigh Valley Coal company to- day made provision for bousing and boanling Its firemen and pump runners at the Xf. Filipo Buencamino, of Manila, formerly Agulnaldo's secretary of war, called on the president today in company with Secretary Hoot. Huencamino was taken prisoner by the i:nited States troops at the time Aguinaldo^ mother ■was captured, and since that time has been at the heail of the Federal Fili- pino party. Marie d'Atirlgnac, alleged principals in one of the greatest bunko games ever successfully workeil. For tickets and full information, call at City ofllrc, 332 West Superior street, or Union Depot. Loui.s hotel last night and arranged to call the Democratic county convention to bo held June :.'l for the of choos- ing delegates to the state convention, to be held In St. No- body appeared to be in a position to report anything along that line, how- hns boon well started In Minneapolis and many other citif K, will be taken up here." BAD ROADS. It was estimated that the cost of the roads would be about $75,000. The Anglo-baxoii strain in our blood has absolutely passed her by." but Larry Kane did not answer. When they met that night in the great reception room Alice Franc;lsco seemed in the gayest spirits. « yon pi-pfer to i-ome here »e will eoi.trarf to |rail- road fore and hote M. If vou luive t«lren merrurv, l 4 1 THE DULUTH EVENING PIERi XLl): THURSDAY, MAY 29, 1902. Walls' opera company here, clanns to In- an lu-iress to tlie famous North anii Kast Mari U-n K to secure a legal title to the property. and Includes, besides the Goodrich racecourse, aliout 100 acres of land lyin K between ISri Rhton and t'hichesler, and jr. now dead, was the sole and onlv heir of the property. He- 1 ause of dlfllculty in proving the death of the elder Mc Kenzie. and finally resulted in hi.s being offered one-fourth of the estate if he would drop the suit. Sev- eral furnaces in Eastern Pennsylvania have been obliged to bank for lack of fuel. Duluth Cremo THE BEST 5^ CIGAR Two 'CREMO' Bands are of same value as one tag front 'star: "HORSE shoe: 'SPEARHEA[f:'STANDARD NA\/Y: "OLD PEACH Sc HONfyor 'J. Supo Hor St 'Phono 767-Zonlth I 10 THE DUTi UTn EVENING HERALDf' 4'TIITRSDAY, MAY 29, 190l FURTHER DECLINE Wheat Has Another Weak Day Losing Nearly a Cent, Excellent Crop Reports And Increased Receipts the Cause. Hradstrcft rt'porleil exports for the week of tms; last year, :;, IU7,- VU ears, and at Chieajfo.

40 colliery, its largest oper- ation in the district. Buencamino, Formerly Aguinaldo's Secretary of War, Calls on President and Praises Taft and Army to the Skies. He told the president to- day that his mission to Washington vas to correct some of the false re- jorts that have been put in circulation with a view to discrediting the work of both the civil government under Taft and the army. was doing a really wonderful work for good in the Islands, and it had been ably sec- onded by the army. In brief, the swindlers, who may now be on American soil, set up a very pretty story that Mme. END OF A ROMANCE Greek Lovers Meet In Chicago and Are Happily Reunited. May 29.— A modern courtship tinged with the cla:sic hues of an old (ireek romaiue has reached its climax In prosaic c'lilca Ro. ni ALADIES THAT WRECK MANHOOD Our riodern, Advanced Electro- riedfcal Methods Cure Where All Other Treatments Fail. Call For County Conven- tion Decided On— Date, June 21. or less than 10 cents a'n acr» upon the lands of the county. Larry Kane iookcni at her from the opposite side o the room and thought how her gown brougt t out her splendid dark beauty. She was a t;lo*ring tropical blos- '*''^* and Consnmiition. I I 1 BECOMING It an ordeal which all women approach with indescribable Jear, for ^ amam^^Si'V^S B IW^ B^ nothing- compares with ^m Mm M m JB m KTW S^ff W ^^^^ P-^'" ^"^^ horror of ^» al Wm %^ mam IObs B m ehi UUbirth. Tl.o only heir at the tim^ of her death In ISSI was Miss Mc ICen- zie's father. This Is creating trouble among foun- dries, particularly and Interferes serious- ly with the booking of now business.

It is further asserted that the former has laromtsed that after the Colom- bians have been victorious In over- throwing President Plaza, Alfaro will as- them to defeat the Colombian con- servatives against whom they are now waging a war. DEFECTIVE PAGE 1 • ■■■ a^^av^v^ ■■ THEDULUTIIEVBNLVGl IER. Band Concerts Every Sunday Afternoon by Third Regiment Band. "Some i)eople have on idea that yon should go after an enemy with a bunch of bouquets. Nothing should be hesitated at which will bring the war to a sooni-r termination." The choir sang "The Hattle Hymn ot the Republic." and J. He i)artliularly advlsetl the young nieh to go into j)oli- tles, and to go into thi-m for the i)urposo not of pecuniary benellt or personal ag- gr.iiidizi meiit but rather to uplift and purify them. After lrivt'^ti.;;;itii)ii the board rei3 with a balance of Ji Stia. The report shows el Khty benell- eiarics now on the roll, including thirty- three mlidstt-rs and forty-seven widows and orphan.s. Leonldns, iiiuli T pretext of sefklng out their lusls, went rummaging in the lower stories, where the noise of his steps on the gravel soon lo be "Here, Elene, lake this branch from Minerva's olive tree and if you want me, if you nccl the strong hand of a triend, bring me this twig and I shall obey you. but can never become your hus- band." Early the next day CJoorges and Leon- Idas met in the little forest near Megara. It Is worth your while to investigate a cure that haa made life anew to multitudes of men. One firm Is said to have reduced this loss from the rafts towi'd last stason to 1 per cent, and it is believed that It will be able to reduce It this season to a half of 1 per cent. She said she had been steadily giving me Postum Food Coffee and I did not know It.

The Guayaquil papers arc asking Alfaro to furnish an explanation of his conduct. Ind., Ma| 29.— Intense excite- ment prevails In the locality of I.of the Woods, a small village in Marshall county, over the as Kiuii ff Mrs. The woman Is lying at the poinl of death and her as- sailant is at large. Vetlock was attempting to drive some geese through a gate when a man stepped into the gateway. a tobacco merchant^ Caraman was shot through the head. PETER IS HARD ON THE MEN Lexington, Ky., May 29.— "Before I would marry a man to reform him, T would sooner wed an ape and wait for him to develop," said Rev. of Baltimore, a minister In the Christian church, in addressing the graduating class of Hamilton female college at the I/exington opera hou.-ie i last night. He declared there would be fewer tears shed after the union. Sacred Concerts Every Sunday Evening, by Lisbon Orchestra. A quartet composed of Arthur lling."«red, Uena Smith, Ksther Si^arli- and f Jeorge Suffel sang "Just Uefore the Battle. Wilson gave a i^hort in which he showed the students how much better chances they have than the stu- dents of forty years ago. The re- ceipts from legacies 527,1% were excep- tiuiially lar«e. Thi' board of publieatlon announces that "a summary of the authoritative stand- arils of the church" soon will bo ready fur the press. considers that as no decree proroguing the session has been issued, the law requires the reassem- bling of parliament, and ho has decided lo summon the senate to meet June 2. They fought a duel with cavalry sword.s and George was badly wounded. Zenith City Dye Worlcs Practical Dyers and Dry Cleaners. If you cannot call at our office write your symptoms fully. The saving Is said to have been accom- plished by the application of the same methods by which the exact loss is de- termined to the towing. One outside tug that was hired last season struck some bad weather and la"»t nearly a .^juarter of Its raft. "My color came back, much to my delight, and I was fully restored to health.

This mornin« Mr, Sheehy informed one of the aldermen that he was not at present looking for a renewal of the employment agency lieen.*e, but would devote his spare time to the work c* high moral endeavor and Bowery re- form. whether he diverted the funds from the development of mine property and the stockholders. Higgins, of Spokane, Wash., was the principal witness today, testifying that when Balliett left San for Baker City In August. Thomas, of San Francisco, developed that he be- lieves the W^hite Swan mine lo be good paying property. May 29.— The "W'hite county primaries here today for repre- sentatives to the legislature and coun- ty officers were attended by severe fighting between the opposing factions at the court house. The mill owners were notifled in a formal way of the selection of the strike committee, and are disposed to meet either their former employes or the committee, and will decide later as to the general confer- ence. , ■ "If Spain was unable to cope with his forces," he said, "it does not follow that Aguinaldo could destroy by an edict the military and naval forces of the United Slates." "I excuse those who now see a fatal mistake," continued Mr. He had been sick eighteen months with Bright's disease. Some doubters — with honest purpose — have taken the trouble to write to, and in many cases have interviewed the writers of jtublished testimonials. and convinced that Paine's t'elery Comi)ound effeeietl cures that were marvelous, astonishing, and hai)py. "I also have suffer, i." he .-aid, drawing Elene into his arms. She was a little girl and a pupil at the Chase school. Olmstead, of Notre Dame uni versity, wlio is to be the oiator of the day at the dedication of the soldiers' and snilors' monument in New York city tomorrow, hus had a remarkable history. At that time sprlnix w OTk In the older country at home wiy be out of the way. In- creased to 1163.000: Superior, Wis., In- creased to 1225.000; Baraboo, Wis., in- creased tn-JBfi U.

* .* • John riancey went intb a drug store last night and ordered .i plain soda with a stick In It. May 29.— A report was In cir- culation here today that a long confer- ence was held during the morning be- tween Senator Hanna. The court to allow the district attorney to intro- duce evidence as to what money was spent in variety theaters and squan- dered on actresses, ruling It did not matter whether the money went to churches or theaters. 1900, he Instructed the witness to burn the stock books if the postofllce inspectors called, and to deny that Balliett conducted the offlce. SEVERE FIGHTING At the Primaries of a Georgia County. Several people were Injured, but nobody was killed. Morgan, "in the fatal policy of the peace treaty; I still excuse thetn for not trying to re- peal that concession when we know that the .succe.«? Lodge, agreed that when it adjourn to- day it be until Saturday. Hl'.l was a member of congress from this di.'^lrlct in 1S8S and Ih S'J and was defeated for re-election In 185H by Lewis Stewart, of Piano. Paine's Celer.v Compound claims a field not successfully tilled by any»ther remedy known to medical science. He heard the sad story of her life during the past year and forgave her. t Jn Saturday slie fell from a swing and shortly afterwards was taken with violent pain in the internal rigions. one of the lar- gest cattle dealers in the state, ha.s 2o")0 head of cattle on his various ranches in the coldest city in the United States yesterday, the lowest temperature be- ing 30. He is a native of New York and commanded the Flfiy-nlnth vet- eran infantry, made up of what was left of the famous Forty-second regi- ment, the Eighty-second New York volunteers, and the Second state mili- tia. This famous brigade was made up of fighting regiments, each having been engaged in all tho battles of the Army of the Potomac, from Balls Bluff to the surrender of Lee. and there will be better weather for sowing the lands here. Appropriation For Superior Increased In Conference. Washington, Mav 2ft.— The Mercer om- nibus public building bill has been agreed to In ronlerence. mm BRIDGE IS DAMAGED Steamer Houghton of Steel Fleet Hits In- terstate Bridge. Crashes Through Rail* way and Sidewalk to Car Track.

The tickets are sold Ihrouph to Port Arthur, however, in co Q,neetion with the Booth and White lines, and no .«pecial rate is made merely as far as Duluth No .special train service Is adileil for excursions. Paul last nif Tht to discuss the company's pol- icy regarding titinsfer and swilchiiifj charges. her heart was broken, and In her desi)air she thought of death. Is deli- clous and has a remarkable 'taste for more.' One cup is seldom enousrh for father now.

Assistant General Freight Agent Mil- ler of the Chicago & Northwestern road and A. Just then she found the tiny, drlod-up branch from the olive tree that Leonidas had given her and rememtered his part- ing words. "I have a young lady friend who suffered several years from neuralaria and headache, obtaining only tempor- ary relief from medicines.

It is expected that the papers will be examined ^eedily by the commission the markings will be returned so that the appointments can be made be- fore July 1. Sheehy said that he had the evidence of gamb- ling even If he did not find it and to have the comi)laints Issued by his own attorney If the city's attorneys refused. rela- tive to a settlement of the anthraclio coal strike. Sena (»r Ffanna refused to either deny or confirm the report. The successful candidates for positions on the police force were announced to- day. IMMATERIAL Whether Stolen Money Went to Church or Theater. When thai division was settled peace in the Islands, in a practical way, would be assured. The tone, character, and quality of the testimonials published in favor of Paine'a Celery Compound have firmly established its position in the homes of all Inteliigont and thoughtful people. whence they will return to the where Minerva's olive tree grows nt tlir base nds say le will be able lo show a clear record, whil • the prosecution a.^serts it has a strong case. The growth of timber particularly If It is hardwood or hem- lock, is taken as a great Indication of the reproducing qualities of the so M once It Is cuitlvated. We can give it to you at the following prices : Gold Crowns (22k) S7.00 Porcelain Crowns., SS. SO Silver Fillings, up from 76c Painless Extracting BOe Full Set Best Teeth, ftrerhon.

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