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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 6 April 1900

The Evening News. PUBLISHED DAILY (EXCEPT SUNDAYS) BY ROB'T B. SMYTHE. UntereU In the Postoflleo at Harrisonburg as second-class mutter. I FRIDAY, APRIL (1, 1900. PRANKS OF STUDENTS Freshmen Daucc 011 Peppered Floor and Go Cakeless. Hon the Sophomore* «i( <>vn I'llrraitly M.iilo i.ifi- Mlofoe ]>'! rat-Year Men nml Their I.bAlpk. Saturday night a dozen <>f Northwestern university, at Evanston, 111., decided that the freshmen should not be allowed 1 o hold their »ocial at. Connor's hall on Davis street, and that it was not seemly for freshuien to dance. For live years the college authorities have done everything in their power to crush mit any such elasa spirit. To prevent the danciug of the freshmen a pound of cayenne pepper was sprinkled over the dance floor a halfhour before the freshmen arrived. ' Shortly after the class of 'O3 began 10 arrive. They had been warned that, something was iri the nir. and before 1 bey had beeu in ...

Publication Title: Evening News, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 6 April 1900

The Evening News. FRIhA Y. APRIL G. 1900 AiTUtmu of Travel. Aliss Budd—Oh. I'd give anything If I'd bad the advantages of for«lg* travel which Clara Bullion has enjoyed. She ia so cultivated, so polished. I just wish you 0011 Id hearher dollghtful Hang. Mother—Hovrcrs! Does ehe use vulgar slang? Miss Budd—Dear inc. no. Tho ideal It isn't American slang, it's English slang, f nearly (lied of envy when I heard her speak of "blawsted, bloody, beastly, nawsty, dirty weather," Jus* like n horn princess.—N, Y. Weekly. Reform. "No," she haughtily replied, "I would not think of marrying a man to reform him!" The look In gave her was terrible. "You arc right!" he said, in a stranga voice. "The only way to reform a man Is to be kind to him." Then he strode away, leaving her numb with all tho consciousness that •the horse v* on her all right.—Detroit Journal. Ho»v she Mtsht Unve Don* It. "I never kntw bucli a bore," she said when speaking of the caller of t!ie previous evening. He Dever knows ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 6 April 1900

THI HARRISONBURG MILLING COMPANY SILL PLOUR AND PEED TO GONBUIMERS AT WHOLESALE PRICES The Evening News. FRIDAY. APRIL 6, IVOO. Counting the Population. soon as the census enumerator* begin to sent! lu the results of their labors the work of counting the population of the United States will begin. This work will be done In Washington,iu the now cen*us building. A force of 800 will be required to do the work, and the most of them will bo women, experience havdemoußtratcd the superiority of the fair sex in this work. Director Merriam ha# notified senators and representatives of the new Appointments, and invited them to submit recommendations. Many or these positions will no begging as rar as non-residents arc concerned, for the reason they are only for a short period and the salary is to be but #5O a month. It is estimated the entire count can be made in eight months, and few people (save lliohw who live nearby i will enre to come to Washington for so short a period and such modest co...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 7 April 1900

Volume 2, Number 125. LATEST WAR NEWS I>IS AST Kit TO mi: BRITISH ARMS. Doers Captured Five Companies of General Roberts' Troops. London, April o.—Following is the text of Lord Roberts' dispatch to the war office announcing the capture of firecouipanios of bis troops: "Bloemfontkin, Thursday, April u. —Another unfortnuate occurrence has occurred, resulting, 1 fear, in the capture of a party of iufantry consisting of three companies of the 9th Royal Irish Fusiliers and two companies of the !)th Regiment of Mounted Infantry, near Rcddersburg, a little eastward of Bethany, railway station, within a few miles of this place. They were surrounded by a stronger force of the enemy with with four or five guns. The detachment held out from noou, April 3, until April 4, 9 a. m., and then, apparently, surrendered, for it is reported that the firing erased at that time. "Immediately after I lieard the news, during the afternoon of April 3,1 ordered (iatacre to proceed from Sprlngfonte...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 7 April 1900

The Evening News* PUBLISHED DAILY (EXCEPT SUNDAYS) BY ROB'T B. SMYTHE. Holered In the Postofiloe at Harrisonburg a* second-class matter.] SATURDAY, AVIITL 7, 1000. BOER LAAGERS. Canty Dpfeiura Formed from lV»*o« I*lare<l Atli» to Ail® YiHb I'olm Outward. In Soul li Africa, whenever travelers "out*pan" for 1 lie night, they invariably (orm tlie wagons into n defensive work called a laager. Provided (here are enough wagon#, this is either square or oblong, the latter shape bring preferred. When eaeli ox is allowed ZCi square iect the smallest laager that will hold the oxen is that formed by CD wagons. These- are formed in single rank in a hollow' square, touching, and with their poles outward, This renders the improvised protection easily removed when the order to "inspan" is given. Each wheel should_bo locked and fastened securely to its neighbor, to prevent Ml efiemy from dragging out one of tho wagons and thus gaining access to the square. Every human being and animal mu...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 7 April 1900

* The Evening News. SATURDAY, APRIL 7, 1000. BLACK FLAG OVER SCHOOL, I'fotc*! by Students A*alnsl \ttcml-> inir S»s»lon.i pn Saturdays. Rebellion lias broken out among students of South Bend (Ind.) high school, and Ihere may bo several expulsions. .Superintendent Calvin Moon recently issued an order requiring- students from freshman 1 o senior to attend Saturday sessions in order to make up lost time on account of holiday vacations. When people residing in 1 he vicinity oC the high school pushed aside their curtains the other night and looked nut to make an estimate of the weather for Sunday, they were greeted by the unusual sight of nblacV flag floating i'rom i lie. ilagstafl: on Ilie school building. In Ihe center ftf the flag was a. device representing a skull and cross bones. This flag floated from its lofty peak In protest against holding of school sessions on Saturdays. It was hinted some tirno ago thatthe students were bent on expressing their indignation in some e...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 7 April 1900

THE HARRIftONBURG MILLING OOMPANY SKLL FLOUR AND PUD TO CONSUMERS AT WHOLIfALB PRIOR* The Evening News. SATDfiDAY. APRIL 7. IDOo. State News The condition of I>r. Hunter Me(xulre, of Richmond, is more critical than it hns been ni any time since he was pnrnlyzed, about three weeks SlftO. .1 udife N. Houston I .etcher lias appointed for tho Confederate pension honrd of l'.uena Vista city (he following- old vetor.'ins: ('apt. diaries F. Jordan, John T. McKeo, «T. W. Waddy and Dr. (). i>. Meniwether. A 111*11 may do Ills best In urt, But till the fame li« g#U . ~ AVill seldom equal tlio renowrt ;Of u braml of cigarettes'.-' • —"Washington Star. OF SF.COXDARY IMPORT AAC'fl. VI \\ -Her'Father —AMiy do you wish to marry him, Grace ? Grace—Why, because li«- lores tne. ""■-7- t''»»*—' <]o you love i : ' u •' Grace . i i.y, i ...... er (nought of that. X.havo been too much interested Jn getting him to propose to have lime 1o think ot it.—Harlem Life. Alalnlrd ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 9 April 1900

Volume 2, Number 136. THE CONFERENCE. THE SESSION HEM> LAST SATFRDAV. r Tim T«nder«U n Reion at the Corcoran Art Onllery. The order of the day for the fourth session of the Baltimore Annual Conference of the Methodist Episcopal Church, South! which was called to orderat '•> o'clock Sal unlay morning in Mount Vernon l'lnreCintrch,Washington, was the reception into full connection of three deacons whose characters were passed Thursday. Bishop Warren A. Candler, of (Jeorgiti. presided. The young men who took the church vows were Howard A. Murrlll, li'inici W.tirlffin and Seymour (Jrady. They stood before tin? chancel rail during a lengthy, plain common-sense tall; from the Bishop. Bishop Candler spoke at great length, pointing out the temptations and sorrows that would be met by the young men in their journey Hirongh life. ]to spoke of the (iospei, and went with them into the Scriptures, and thcro picked out exa 111 pies that they might well aim to follow. The man...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 9 April 1900

The Evening News* PUBLISHED DAILY (EXCEPT SUNDAYS) BY ROB'T B. SMYTHE. Entered In th\) Postolllce al Harrisonburg as second-class matter. 1 mxxday, Aran, », won. ENGLAND'S TREATMENT OF PRISONERS. HPerhups the most ungnllant~act that ikl has to her credit Mince hostilities began in South Africa,and which has caused more adverse criticism among Humane and civilized people, has been her action in sending General ("ronje and over 1,000 Boer • prisoners to the Island of St.Helena. Proper precautions for the safety of these prisoners, it would seem, could be taken without submitting them to such isolation, which is only inflicted upon a class of criminals who have been convicted of heinous crimes. Soldiers captured while fighting under the rules of civilized warfare are not looked upon or treated as crimiuals by any civilized nation, Kngland, it seems, excepted. Confinement on ship-board or on a desolate island is probably the most sovare punishment that could be inlllcted upon the I'.oer...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 9 April 1900

The Evening News. MO.XDAY, Al'l'lL 'J, 1000. ABOUT THE WILY BOER. A■><•<)rill 11 ir to Till* Wtltff lit l'urlolu li* He Niilure to Him. I spent unite. two years going about from farm 1;i farm. with wagon load* of miscellaneous good's, bartering them for ostrich feathers, ivory, hides, wool, live stock or whatever L could get,' says George bncy in the North Ameri- 1 ranJteview. I scarcely ever exposed samples of n\v goods nt any farm without attempts being made to purloin articles that could he readily concealed. All took part in Ihis, old: and young, nialo and female; and constant natch had' to be kept, i mice detected a young girl, the daughter of ft lionr who was then and long afterward n prominent member 1 of the Free Stale colksraad, trying to secure a casi> of watches under her apron. Xo Hhanio is evinced on detection; the matter is treated) an a good' Bub-' jecfr for laughter. In. purchasing horses and cattle the greatest caro had to...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 9 April 1900

THE HARRISONBURG MILLING COMPANY SELL FLOUR AND FEED TO CONSUMERS AT WHOLESALE PRICES The Evening News* MOM DAT, APRIL 0, 1900. DON'T LIKE FRECKLED FACE. Fiiriurr Acli-I'kk Taken Step* to Suitj>re** Her Picture ns Jin Ailvertinliiii Mlniu. Mrs. -Nr. A. Kraus, whose husband is an advertising 1 agent on Park row. Xew York, feels she lias been damaged by an advertising firm of Baltimore. Aid., which has made use of a reproduction of her photograph to advertise its wares. Mrs. Kruus was formerly Anna. Belmont, aii actress. Several weeks ago she was astonished to see in a magazine two •views of her face, one covered with spots and freckles, which, she says, never marred her egivnl cnance, and the other representing mi unblemished beauty, which, she avers, she has always been. Under the pictures was printed the words: "Are you ashamed of your face?" >lrs. Kraus immediately put her case in the hands of a lawyer, who now demands that air injunction lie issued to preven...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 10 April 1900

Volume 2, Number 187. LATEST WAR NEWS AUAZIN'O ACTIVIT Y/OF THE ItOERS. Kiiie Around Uen. Itoberts at Will and Have Cut His Communications. London, April !i —'l'lie amazing activlty of the Boers southeast and southwest of Bloemfontein continues. the Boer commands seemingly corning tint] going throughout a wide region as tliey please, but Inking good eare nirt to throw themselves against strong bodies of the British. The rctirom<yit of the Irish Hides from Rouxville to Aliwal leaves fien. lirnbant without communication with the other British forces, lie lias 2,000 or :!,000 colonials holding a fine defensive country, but he is apparently invested, so fnr. as London l.nows. Telegraphic and railroad communication with Bloemfontein are kept up as usual, but nothing comes through for public consumption. Lord Roberts' lasl message was dated April fl, and tile last unofficial message bore date of April 7. The absence of news, as usual, disheartens the people and produces an alto...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 10 April 1900

The Evening News* PUBLISHED DAILY (EXCEPT SUNDAYS) 1)V ROB'T B. SMYTHE. Entered In the Postofflce at Harrisonburg as soconU-clasa matter. ] 'runsDAY, AVKITj 10, 1000. VICTORIA'S. REIGN The present wnr in South Africa in the fortieth Kngiand huts indulged in during the reign of Victoria. One war against Kussia, 1854. Three wars against Afghanistan. 18:58, IS4l>, 187 K. Four wars against.'.'hina, 1841, -1849, 1.850. istiO. Two wars'against the Sikhs. 1845, i s is. Throe wars against the Katlirs, 184(5, I sr. l, 1x77. Three wars against Kurnuih, 1850, 1X52, 18S5. Nine wars lin India, 1857, 1860, 18tKI, ISO 4, 1815s," 1N(59, .18!)(i. 1895, 1807. Three wars against the Awhanti. ls(>4, ls7:>, ISJKI. One'war with Abyssinia, 18(57. One war with 1 'ersia, 1X52.. One war against the Zulus, IS7N. One war against the Kasutos, 1871). One wnr in lOg'.vpt, 18S2. Three wars in Soudan, 1894 189(5, 189'.). one war in Zanzibar, lN'.Ki. One war agains the Alatabele, 159...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 10 April 1900

The Evening News. TUESDAY, A PHIL 10, 1900. PROFIT IN A TRADE DOLLAR. H«n on Indignant Mleliljtun Han I,out Hi* Indignation niHl cnlneil (WTcnl-s. A mau who came recently to Chicago from Mielugan received a trade dollar in Chicago when ho paid his fare to the collector of u 'bus line at ■the I'ark row station, it. was dark when the transaction took place, and the Michigan man did not discover the character of the dollar till the next day, when ho wanted to pay his hotel bill. He was indignant. "That fellow* thought. 1 was a farmer," he said. "I will write to the manager of the 'bus line and toll him to send Ihut collector back to me with an up-to-date dollar. I am no back number, and neither was the bill I gave him." The. more the Michigan man t bought, about t he mat tor Ihe more his indignation grew, lie had tried to pass the dollar at. a. cigar stand earlier in the clay for 0(1 cents. The clerk refused to accept, it at any pii.ce. .Finally 11m victim of the 'bus collector resolve...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 10 April 1900

THE HARRISONBURG MILLINC COMPANY SELL FLOUR AND FEED TO CONSUMERS AT WHOLESALE PRICES The Evening News. TUESDAY. APRIL 10, 1900. HEX. Fl\STO> IN TROUBLE. Acpiifieil of Knneintr Filipinos Without si Trial. Manila, April !).—Au interesting topic of conversation in array circles in the investigation of Brigadier General Frederick Funston's execution or two Filipinos and the possibility of ii court-innrtinl resulting therefrom, The story is that the Filipinos captured three Macenbebo scouts who were crossing the country near San isidro and were preparing to kill them when one of the Xtnccabcbes escaped and round Gen. Fnnston with a scouting party near. This man guided the Americans to the rescue of Ids companions, and when the troops approached the Filipinos Hod, leaving the Mnccnliehes. Several of I hi; Filipinos were shot ami General Fiinston captured two ol' them, took tliern to the Tillage square and hanged them without trial, as a warning to the Filipinos. The present me...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 11 April 1900

Volume 2, Number 128. BRITISH ATTACKED I (OK its aim; taking the OPFENSfVE. Heavy Lighting Now in Progress at Several Strong Positions. London, April 10. —The Boor attack on Oen. Brabant's force nt Wepener was resumed a( dawn today. The enetnj s attack on tim or three sides on Monbay lasted until 2:30 o'clock in Ihe afternoon, when the firing ceased, nnd it was believed that the enemy had been beaten ofi; but it was announced this morning from Aliwal North that the firing had again begun. (Jen. Brabant's force, numbering from t wo to three thousand. held positions in a rough country. It is not known what the numerical strength of the Boers Is, but, whatever It may be, It is being rapidly augmented. A body of 'J,OOO Boers in marching toward Sprlngfontein from Smithfleld, between Wepener and Sprlngfontein. The detonation of heavy guns was heard at Maseru on Monday. Sir Godfrey Lagden, the British resident commissioner of Basutoland, hns left Maseru for the border. The events in the so...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 11 April 1900

The Evening News, PUBLISHED DAILY (EXCEPT SUNDAYS) liv ROB'T B. SMYTHE. Knteml in the I'ostofllco ;it Harrisonburg a» second-class matter.! WEE.XKSDAY, APRIL 77. 1000. IN SOUTH AFRICA. There seems Id have been a lull in the Cockney hysterics overt he eaptue of Cronje. England's unconscious hut pitiful confession of astonishment anil rapture because 40,000 of „ England's lines! troops, led by Inland's greatest general, had surrouded and captured :>,. r >oo of the despised llotrs, after eight days of nrdorous lighting—this artless ecstasy has subsided, not to say petered out. It has begun to dawn upon the British mind—always imperious to " any suggestion less stalwart than a bludgeon—that* Jen. Roberts' victory has not been quite as conclusive ami as overwhelming as was supposed at iisrt. Knuland is slowly but surely approaching a suspicion to the effect that the war is not over; that the Boers are not suing for mercy.and that nnobstacle or two —dimly, perceived,...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 11 April 1900

Thc Evening News. WEDNESDAY, APRIL 11, mo. WORK ON WARSHIPS. Itvyart Which Show* I In- Pi'ukith Wfule in Hull.line I p the I nllctl State* Vtivy. Admiral Iliehborn's latest, report of the progress of the work of building up the navy shows that of the. battleships under construction, this Kearsarge and' tho Kentucky, at Newport News, are advanced toward completion *l9 per cent. and.OS per cent, respectively. The Illinois, at the same place, j-tands at per cent., and thoMissouri lias just been started. The Alabama, at. Cramps, is set down at 93 per cent.;! the Maine, at the same place, at 22 per tent., and th? Wisconsin and the. Ohio, at the. Union iron works, at SS per cent. and 15 per cent, respectively. The Albany is the only shea t lied protected cruiser upon which, any work lias been done. She is practically finished, standing at 99 per cent. Work lias not yet begun on the Denver, l)es Moines, Chattanooga. Oalveston. Tnfomn, and Cleveland. Of the l'our monitors tin: Kansas, at Ne...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 11 April 1900

THE HARRISONBURG MILLING COMPANY SELL FLOUR AND FEED TO CONSUMERS AT WHOLESALE PRICES The Evening News* WEDNESDAY. AritlL 11, 1000. Summer ifoartlers. The Passenger Department of the Southern Railway tins sent out circulars to hotels and to persons who arc willing to entertain summer hoarders, residing on or near the Southern Hallway, requesting full information as t<> location, number accomodated, terms of board, etc., for fuidauce in compiling information for "Summer Homes Folder," season 11)00. • Blankscaii be hud of station agent or by addressing Mr. \V. A. Turk, liencrnl Passenger Agent, Southern Ifnllwnv. Washington, I). ('. Suits for spring, iget. yours for I Caster now). S'J.OO up. Something elegant for f12.7">. I'its gunrnnteed. I.wc, the Inilor. For Sai.i:. CiOod second -11;in11 ni|imri> |>inno, a I S. J. l.ANf.'s, fl Slii'cciia. Mrs. M'lThooly— Plaze, inuiii, Oi'\e stbopped in tn iisl< if y'lT lot mo have y...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 12 April 1900

Volume 2, Number 129. LATEST WAR NEWS "THE ENEMY HAVE KEEN VERY ACT!YE," I'cporis lieii. Roberts.—Kritish Have host 2:5,000 Men I'p to Date. I„UNTmi\, April il.—Lord Roberts wires to t lie* war oflice from Riocmfontein, under dale of Tuesday. April 111, as follows: "The enemy have Item very active during tlie past few days. One commando is now on the nort li bank of the Orange Kiver, not .far from Aliwnl Nortli, while another in attacking Wepener. The Garrison tliere is holding out bravely and indicted serious loss on the I.oers. Maj. Springe of the Cape Mounted Rides was killed. No otficrensualticshnvc reported as yet. The troops are being moved up rapidly. A patrol of nlx men of the 7th Dragoon Guards, under Lieut. Wetlierley, which had lieen reported missing since April 7, has returned safely." As the foregoing does not mention Iho alleged lirltlsh reverse on Saturday a I Meerkatsfontein, the Boer telegrams are not credited at the wnr office, and they are further discredited on a...

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